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THE HARTFORD HERALD
TheHartf ord Herald Iwtord every WrdiKwdsy by HARTFORD HERALD Pl'B. CO. IiKn"Sratol McDOWELL A. FOftLE, PrcwMeat Editor LYMAN . BAI.RETT, Hrc'y.'Tmm., and Managing Editor Entered according to law at the PoKtoffiee, Hartford, Ky., a mail mutter of fhe second claws. Hl'liwTjrnOV KATES ONE It EAR 91.5 H1X MONTHS .' M THP.EE MONTHS 45 SINGLE COPY C"! Subscription requiring paper to be sent beyond the third Potal Zone will not be accepted for less than One Year at 91.75. towarj our "Utile brothers" to tht southward. " The adoption of tbe Colombian treaty was advocated by the President and made possible by tbe votes of both Republican and Democratic Senatora. Nr. Harding is to be congratulated upon tbe good beginning he has made tn the realm of Pan-American diplomacy. AUVKRTISISC; KATES Local Advertising, 1 So per Use for tbe first itinrJon and Sn per ;se for earb imertion thereafter. Rates for Display Advertising made known on application. All political afivert:ti.'Dg, cut in i- vunce. Cards of Thanks, resolutions tl Respect, Obituaries and Obituary l'octry, 3 cent per word. Head);!? uud signatures tl rents eaob. NetwM of .!. cir-ln erkei Fife Tbe following rates will U chn.rj.-ed for Announcements of Can didate!,: tiberiff nnd County Clerk ...f 12.50 All o:bt" Comity Otit.es ... 1.0 Mag elf.riul District and Municipal 0B:.." 5.M All Other Offic ; .. TWijIhuw Parmer MutU.1l 7.1 Cumberland 3: On the t.rst Kat jrc?iy in May three new xjrberK of 1t It-wrd cf Tr unties of K art ford H-ade-il 8crul wiJl be el;te !. As: ite t are an.1 trailing of the y.)ja n?.s i.Ji nie'ioriaiij len ;i ipnere jn wefth tbe feminine ta.e Jrns l.e iwort frei-i-ol!y .nr! .'.".'o.4 f S:?vely xe ciM.il, no1 ring .ould tie More appro priate than toe clectio.o of an cf oitr good woxteiD as a toember of tbia Hoard. Suit a selection wcrjld be a fitting welcome by this ever lur'AS'.riMoor inn r":iut".rai:iy to" its pevly enfranct :ted L:t'j ' ti i ii k it. ,,vfr fcet. womanhririd. mil teleft the There ': n tou' D o ironic "Mivior tint i-i it. or tue Jiei.uenlV, aitta saue in vri-h i'. to vo'.-e a K'i)iiH icr t:ivt ii (', oafj tnt Heiint-: epr-',:Jly, y tie ara;.i lilr.t.'i.g Kivi:ii; ::.;; n r:. of lie tiame iuJi!j;ie ariuiijji-ierd to bis pretlereitvor. 3n b:v owtj t O'd:'- we wo iliJ fco tn tie other extreme, iiiufclly o!)je,:iion.-.t:e, if Congrew or the .4'nate fcoi.iM aKKuoie tht fuariiyn of tte eaef;j1.ive. Our biKiie.'t duty , tt pieterv.ition of trio coriKtit'jtf d :,ortj of ta-t and tlie jTomotion of 'he jjirit ol o opeiation so esi..ji tia to our com mon wlfare." Hot t.tr?.i tsie bit of politital wlnio;:), thin pious pronouni'emeui ef ita'e' raft, ue-yer o ;..-jneij to hitai or is bea :sai3 be fore Notember 2 1,-mt! A. GamaUrt, we fear is j-i'j' t; tiiat tte role of inj';t wni, as :vr, jjroye 4 worri hiiuiti one. if"X ' ' ' At predicted by even tbe most amateurish Washington political projliets, President HardJng In tbe meuiiage which he read to both houses of Congress recently, con tinued and confirmed his "on . the fe.ice" foreign policy, or we should 'more properly ay, lack of foreign 'pc!;:y. Ke repudiated the League of Natloas in toto, for It had been c.ontzmin.ited by tbe craftsmanship of "A'oodrow Wilson. But he still atlvooates fome nebulous, hypothet ical amociation of nations, some time is tbe dim and distant future. An inviting prospect to the forty-six aatisis composing the present League, wiiich is already firmly es- ta.'ii.siifd and functioning efficient-! ly! If we are out of the League, the only decent course for us now Is to cease oar fforts to disrupt it. It vill not be forced on us. Sir, Karuing"s declaration in fav or nt a.i ttteript to make peace by Consref.sionjl resolution presents a mere jradiiel aspect but also n more danfifrous prospect. This ac tion prot'Ebiy will be taken speedily, but wiin wiiat result? Can we ac cept ire benefitg of the Versailles treaty a.nl at the same time shirk its lesronsiMlities .' eruy. it is a Mr.-fiige way tf keeping faith H'jgfs has told tbe Allies we are in ama-inv with their demands aga;nf,i t.ie Oermans. but Harding refu"'.-. to -nit our agreement on rvc.''l. Al3 when our envoys meet fcf It Haa at; 'tbe council ta ble, uriKjjip.irted by the Allies we have deserted, what terms will we be :a a position to coerce from a na tiaa teat regards a treaty merely as a "rrrap of paper?" These o,jerit are not made in a Tirit tf 'a'ping criticism, hut with a ts a.ere nope that peace with hon or ruay be speedily attained without tie ntKeeuty cf further sacrifice of ! i.id treauure. t U-V " .T RA DCT W'A RK.RE 6ST E RE D O. S. PAT E NT. OF F I C E, it. I!, I What Samson Service fJ Means to Farmers Samson Tractor, but to see that the Samson 1SW J$ SWfe Tractor you buy gives you the kind of service ,P$ we promised the kind you expect. Ivslliv tftfe'! r -'Ij-1" The Samson Tractor Company a division .liiCiC! ' - X&S3 of the General Motors Corporation, the -vsj world's largest manufacturers of automotive S rkr vehicles have certain high service standards j IT yS--POVip which are inflexibly maintained. We, as V jri&f -SAxfQpv, Samson dealers are here to carry out these B v standards. Write for Samson Literature. y-fisSr g ACTOWr BROS. KAY TERM CIRCUIT COURT TO COME MONDAY Docket Set for First Four Days; Women to Serve As Jurors Is Rumored It ri.'.-iyr. u '.;iat Ohio County women niay tave tbe "privilege" of ervjng ou a pet.t jji-y at tie May Term of Circuit Cojrt. Perhaps they are tn be (.tbtratulated. Tbat '"m a' muot vi'iefttron 1o uh old fab 'itiert folit who this r tbe gentler ' jim vintoijbtwd'f buve the name in trimic theo-eti i. rifbt to vote and parti: iiftit ii ery other way in public atai", but tbat the result of him b a couTke rnny he tbe coarsening )f woiuajilB'jJ iaj ji lawerlnt ,0f the tand-'LK of AmeriDan life, both purlic: r.n;l : -ivate. P.ut the ara tleraiit qtiet'tin niiilc, we teem to be iiHsureU of a l'cal treat such as PavifcsK County bas recently enjoy Hi, tbe entrant ing V'tlon of a judi cial and more or It-K gonrled thorn iiurro jnted b7 a bevy of rose-like "latdleti of the Jury." Tbe ncese may even be embalmed for posteri ty by the fbototranber's art. Tbe Kcaate ban at last righted nn luteroat'ona) wroag of long stand lug by ratifying tbe Colombian treaty. Py it lerrmt the United Hates Is to pay ColjTabia $25,000, 000 in Nettle.'nent ol all claims grow ing out of tbe friction between tbe two countries on account of the at titude and action of this country at the time of the heoemiion of Panama. Whether or not the United Ftates was blarjielem Ii this affair, need not now be farther inquired. The amende honorable bas bees made and a long step forward takes to ward a lautitig friendship wHb our neighboring republics of Central and Houtb America. Is spite of our failure to Join tbe International - ewtherbd mapped out by the Venntilie treaty, we are showing a genuine ad practical spirit of amity Tte fgular May term of Circuit Court will convene here Monday, wj'.b Judge Ji. W. Slack presiding. No ;-.'inina cases will be tried tbis tern i.ad tiere will be no grand lu- y. It is rumored tbat Judge Slack will bave Sheriff Bratcber summon wou.cn petit jurors in case a suffici ent ruai'M cannot be secured from tbe names drawn for tbe purpose. The term will last twelve days un less tbe business is completed with in a tiborter period. . , 1-t. Daj", May 2nd. ....n. of Fordsville, vs. John M. 3rahatn. iti'h Pay, May .'trd. Frank Black Sr. Admr.. vs. Se curity Life Ins. Co.; Acme-Jones Co., vs. W. E. Ellis &c: Mary E. IK-Htwt v. Walter Allen; The Soutb wenteru Co.. vs. C. B. ller etc.; N. P. Dennis vs. W. H. Maddox. 3tl. Day, May 4th. W. P. He.ndfdr vs. TMissourl Moline Plow Co.; J. T. Vinson 4 Son va. 1. C. K. Ii. Co.; John Meadows vs. A. I. Nail; Cal P. Keown vb. A. I. Nail; E. A. White vs. Sutbern Bla-Cas Co.; Walker Myrtle vs. Southern Biaj-flas Co. ih. Oay, Muy Slh. Kimbity Coal Co., vs. W. W. Bridges Coal Co.; H. J. Brown 4cc, vs. Ti. A. Bridges 4c; R. A. Rowan vs. W. L. Allen 4c. (WKT HOISE NEWS V'W Ku'tN K'flwl Ninrt 1 Jlt Term of tlrtufl mrt E. Bellamy vs. Jesse Barnett, suit to enforce mortgage lien for 1144.50 E. J. Annis vs. Claud Mary, to tn-fori-e purchase money Hen for $ir.4B.09. C. L. Hill, tc, vs. Roy Bratrher. ttc, suit to settle estate and divide lanrj of Monroe Bratcher, deceased. rari Hoover vs. Tbomas Vance, alleging trespass and praying $300 and cotts. J. J. Jarnatiln vs. Boud Bros., Inc., alleging breacb of contract and praying damages cf 11000, Interest and costs. Fred I. Burns vs. Petition for Publie Ditch, appeal from County Co art. J K. Goodman va. Cortis McCor mlck, asking rescission of contract, eeacellatiOB of note, return of far-J tial payment on purchase of mare and damages. A. P. Thomas vs. Albert Payne, suit on note for $77.36, interest and costs. W. N. Hopper vs. Evansville ii Bowling Green Packet Co., asking damages of $1S0 and cost for loss of shipment of bogs in transit. Joe Goodman vs. Frank Lake, enit for balance of account, amounting to $220.75, return of property and damages. ' T. W. Wallace vs. American Rail way Express Co., seeking Damages of $70.35 for loss of consignment of chickens In transit. T. W. Wallace vs. Swift 4 Co., alleging breacb of contract and seek ing recovery of $4S4.50 and costs. Howard Moseley vs. Aaron -Mose-ley, suit to recover possession of household goods and damages. Alexander Kelley vs. Mollie Kel ley, suit for divorce on ground of abandonment. Annie Fuqua, 4c, vs. Jobn Shultz, 4c, asking sale of land In settle ment of estate of W. R. 4 Mary E. Shultz, deceased. J George Ashley vs. Ella Ashley, suit for divorce, alleging abandon ment. D. C Stimson vs. Rockport Lum ber Co., seeking $4304. SO for alleged breach of contract. lsabelle Hughes vs. Riley Hughes, suit for divorce, alleging cruel and inhuman treatment. B. G. Dozier vs. Willie Dozier, petition asking Court's advice as to investment of infant's money. Alice T. Flener Vs. B. Flener, suit for divorce, alleging cruel and in human treatment. Minnie Arbuckle vs. John F. Ar buckle, petition for divorce, alleging cruel and inhuman treatment. Mary E. Burgess vs. Lonnle Bur gess .suit for divorce on ground of abandonment. Walter Campbell vs. C. P. Turner and B. J. Milton, alleging breacb of contract for tbe purchase of cattle, asking $1112.80 and costs. Charles Lunsford vs. George Kirk wood, 4c, alleging breacb of con tract of employment and asking $1675 and costs. Larkln Co., vs. Boston Butler, suit on account for $115.65. I. 8. Farris vt. C H. White, seek ing balance of account of $250.55. H. Wilson 4 Co. va. Clarance C. Lee, asking balance of account of $91 and costs. L. T. Riley vs. American Butter and Cheese Co., alleging breacb of contract and asking, Judgment for $165, Interests and costs. Gertie Daugherty vs. C. H. White, suit on account for $100. J. L. Legrand vs. Harold Holbrook and Jobn. Brown, alleging trespass and conversion of timber and asking $100 damages. , . Beaver Dam Deposit Bank vs. H. C. Crowder, suit on note for $100. Beaver Dam Deposit Bank vs. Vlrge Drake, suit on note for $100. Beaver Dam' Deposit Bank vs. .J. C. Edmonds, suit on $100 note. Bains Distributing Co. vs. Otbo Dexter, seeking alleged balance of account of $87.29. DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING 1:00 p. m. Monday, May 2. at tbe court bouse In Hartford, I will open my campaign for tbe Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge in this Judicial District. My opponent for the nomination' la cordially Invited to be present and a fair division of time will be granted. Ladles es pecially Invited. L. P. TANNER. RED CEDAR SHINGLES Tbe best grades on the market for $4.70 and $3.90. We also keep a good stock of all kinda of building ma terial at tbe very lowest market price. Send us your bills and let ut furnish you our prices. 0. W. ATHERTON, 16-2f Llvermore, Ky. ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce that I bave taken over tbe Are Insurance agen cy of National Union Fire Insur ance Company of Pittsburg, Pa., formerly represented . by Balse Brothers and J.. D. Holbrook both of Hartford, Ky., and will be pleat ed to bave you call upon In refer ence to your insurance. In case of loss please notify me promptly. All remittance upon note sbould be sent direct to borne office at Pitts burg, Pa. Sbould you wish any changes la your policy, I will be pleased to attend to tbe matter for you, I will be glad to bave you call at my office over Baise'a store in Hartford, Ky. Yours truly, 15tf. ,8. L. KINO. Agent. Tbe Hartford Herald $1.50 tbe year Hosiery Service that You Cannot Fail to Appreciate It is a fine thing to feel that the hosiery requirements of the entire family can be purchased in one store. It is a lot of satisfaction, too, to know that the grade, quality and service in each case is uniformly good. Our lines of Allen A The Maker's Mark of Identification on Cooper's-Beaainf. tM Spring Needs UsJtnrew for Men and Boys and on Black Cat Hosiery for Men, Women and Childen Hosiery for. men, women and children are maintained, with every consideration of our customers' demands, the year round. As a result of this policy wUrJs,zeJa5d 8tyle assortments can be depended upon to satisfy any and every demand. Whether It is new hose for the "Baby of the &n''d2 r W. and or iSSTSlSr 01 ,ami)y" ther suitable style, grade or quality m ALLEN A Black To Hosiery to be had here at aU times. The finest silk and sport wool hosiery of tbe present vogue, as well as the meimeirnve 22" to ;"" nd mercerized iiJe bWsr. , splendidly represented. Come in and lethow - you what our beuery urn really ntoyou. f '