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i THE HARTFORD HERALD Subscription $1,50 Per Year, in Advance ' Um, tu imii f i tH, iu . of m htku lw,,, ti i, m. All Kinds Job Printing Neatly Kjrrcvtrrf. 47th YEAR. , HARTFORD. KV. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 121. NO. 35 I i J .SENATOR BORAH ASKS - PUBLICITY AT ARMS MEIT "Let Sunlight of Publicity Beat In Upon Dark and Secret Places," He Says Asbury, Park, N J., Aug. J9 Senator Borah, of Idaho, urged an ;udlence here- tonight to help "get little .more democracy In foreign affairs." The Idaho senator, al- thought an advocate of armament limitation, predicted that the com "log conference of armament would be a complete failure unless public opinion unmistakably demanded re iductton of navies and armies. - "Pry open the doors of the con ference," said Senator Borah. "Let. the sunlight of publicity beat in up on the dark and secret places. . Let u- know what's going on before it has been concluded In order that public opinion may have Its molding and direct effect. Above alt, let re sponsibility be fixed and then let public opinion lash from power those who betray the cause. "Disarmament will be but a de lusion, a fraud veneered with tepid purposes and false promises unless there is found demanding it and supporting It what amountr. to a moral and social revolution. It will ome only at the command of the people,, united and determined, per sistent and untiring. t MKH. J. M. BAIZE CALLED TO REST Mrs. Sarah (Morris) Baize, died at her home at Balzetown, last Wed nesday at 3:20 p. m., after a ten weeks' illness of diseases incident to old age. She had passed her 71st. milestone. Her parents were Mr. :and Mrs. Ewen Morris. She was married to 'J. M. Baize about fifty years ago and to this union were . born , four sons and two daughters. Two sons died several years ago. 'The surviving sons and daughters are Nancy E. Hudson, wife of Chas. Hudson, McHenry; W. H. Baize, Hartford; Ada Langford, wife of W. T. Langford, Select, and Roma Baize Owensboro. Her husband also sur vives. She has been a nlember of the Baptist church since early woman hood, her membership being ' with New Zion church at Balzetown. She was truly a religious woman and was loved and respected by a wide circle of acquaintances. After funeral services by Rev. Art Kessinger,.the body was laid to Test In' Fairvlew cemetery in the presence of a host of friends and relatives. - "'' WILLIAM SCHXKIDElt Mr. William Schneider, died at his home In Centertown, Wednesday Aug. 24, after ' an illness - of two weeks of Bright'! disease. He was 69 years of age and had led a very useful life. He- spent most of his active years as a farmer but in early manhood was engaged in the mill ing business. - For many years he .had been a member of the Christ Ian church. Until a few years ago he resided at Dundee, this county, and has many friends In that sec tion as well as at Ceutertown, who will regret to learn of his death. Besides his wife, he leaves a daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Calvert, wife of Mr. Cecil Calvert, of Ceutertown, and two grandchildren. The funeral wai conducted from the family residence, Thursday by Rev. L. W. Tlchenor, after' which the body was laid to rest In. the cemetery at Walton's Creek church, In the presence of a large congrega tion of relatives and friends. i ALL-WOMAX Jl'UV IS ', . COMPELLED IJY 4WHT .. . Sumrail,. Miss., Aug. 27.-" Missis sippi's first all-woman Jury render ed a verdict la Justice of the Peace. Court here recently in favor of the defeudaut In litigation between Mrs. Rassy Reed and Mrs, Laura Speed, Involving ownership of a cow and calf. The Constable refused to' sum mon the women as Jurors as directed nd the court appointed a substitute - to carry out the orders. Mr. John II. Thomas, of Louis .vllle, was la town Mouduy shaking bauds with old friends. H, went front here to his old home at Nar rows.' ' - ' " .' ' .---. o 1 o o o o o o o o o- 0 NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. ' O OOOOOOOOOO Mr. James F. Gillespie spent Sat urday and Sunday at Rockport and Leitchfield. Master Dale Parks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parks, 4s on the sick list. - Miss Margaret Williamson, of Wysox, spent the week-end with Miss Leila Glenn. Mr. James Glenn went to Mor- gantown yesterday to play ball with ine Loganspori team.. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Royce Igle heart, of Munslng, Mich, a fine seven and one-half pound boy. Mr. N. A. Yelser left Monday for Gates, Miss., where he goes to erect a number of houses for Bond Bros. Mr. Byron Foster, of Shelbyvllle, Tenn., will arrive tomorrow to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Fos ter. Mr. Downard Barnes, of Beda, spent . Sunday with his nephew. Judge W. H. Barnes, and Mrs. Bar nes. ( Miss Laura Shaver, of Owens boro, is visiting her uncle, Mr. W. G. Bennett, and other relatives, of this city. ' Mrs. A. C. Porter is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mr,s! Anthony Robertson, of . the Hefiin neighborhood. Mr. T. B. Caldwell, of Chicago, left for his home yesterday after spending a week, with his sister, Mrs. Joseph T. Miller, and Mr. Mil ler. Miss Leila Glenn will lem-e tomofrow for Central City to re sume charge of the Department of English in . the Central City High School. Judge W. H. . Barnes went to Bowling Green ''yesterday morning. He went on alegal mission and ex pected to remain In the Oil City about two days. Wanted to sell or let out about 30 good ewes to good parties In lots of 5 or more. . H. C. ACTON. S5-2t Dundee, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Fair, Mrs. Bettle Taylor and Miss Eva Taylor spent Sunday with Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs." Lida. Miller and family, near Beaver Dam. ' Mr. and Mrs. w! " W. Lloyd, of the New Baymus vicinity, spent from Thursday, until Monday with Judge and .Mrs. R. R. Wedding and ofher Hartford relatives. Editor W. S. Tlnsley celebrated a birthday lust Sunday. We won't give away the secret of Fluke's age, for old times' sake. We wish him many another happy anniversary. Mrs. P. O. McKinney and little son, Oliver James, returned to their home ut Onkmont, Pa., after spend ing the summer- with her mother, Mrs. Nettie M. Reld, at Rockport. Mesdames. J. 8.' Glenn and W. C. Blankenshlp and Misses Leila Glenn and Winnie Slmmerman spent Fri day with Mrs. Lida Miller and Mr, and Mrs. Hiram Miller, near Beaver Dam. i Mr. and Mrs. Willie Coppage, of near this city, were hosts, Sunday to Mr.-and Mrs. W. AV." Lloyd, of the New Buymus vicinity, aud Judge and Mrs. It. R. Wedding, of this city. " Mr. and Mrs. John A. Duke left Friday for Chrlsmau. 111., where they will, visit Mrs. Duke's slater, Mrs. Frank Hjiyes, and Mr. Hayes From there, accompanied, by Mr. and Mrs, Hayes, they will go to De troit, Mich., to visit another sister of Mrs. Duke, Mrs. Eva Nelson. , MIbs Evelyn Shaver 'entertained at her home at Llvenuore, Ky., aug. 25, from T:30 to 10:30. Quite number of her friends In honor oft (her couslu. Miss pufllue Shown, ofMrs. U. 8. Carson, accampanled by 'near Hartford. Games were in- Mr. Carson and Mrs. S. T. Burnett, . dtflged. ia after which refroshineats went to Madlsonvllln Friday. Mrs. were served. All reported a Jolly time. - ' , Mrs. W. 8. Tlnsley and Mrs. 8. Friday afternoon while Mr. Carson O. Keown spent Friday and Satur-; remained until Saturday night, day In Louisville. f ' - ' Rev. T. T. Frailer returned Sat- Mrs. Llllle Douglas and son, Wy- ujday from Hllldale, on tne Lewis man, of Barrett's Ferry, were in ptn charge, where he had been this city, Thursday. I helping Rev. Frank Lewis in re Mr. Charlie Hagerman has re turned from Louisville where he spent three or four days. Rev. Russell Walker, pastor of the Hartford Baptist Church, spent . t week 8t Daw8on gprlng(J The Ohio County Republican Ex ecutive Committee met at the Court House here Saturday afternoon. Mesdames. W. B. Cbinn and Ann Shultz, of Beaver Dam, visited friends here sevral days last week. Miss Beulah Moore spent several days last week as the guest of Miss Edith Tlnsley, or the Washington community. Prof. B. S. Jenkins, of Owens boro, spent several days here last week .Inspecting the local business school under his management. Rev. T. T. Frazier, who had been engaged in a revival at Lewlspert for about ten days, returned home the latter part of lust week Mr. and Mm. 'A. D. Kirk enter tained last Wednesday night, with a five hundred party in honor of Mrs. Kirk's sister. Miss Artie May. Miss Helen Morton Hall, of Madl sonville, arrived in Hartford Thurs day to spend a few days as the guest of Mrs. Ross Taylor and Mr. Tay lor. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. John Ward, of the Bell's Run com munity, was buried in the cemetery at -that place last Thursday after noon. Messrs. A. P.' and Wayne Boswell, of near Dundee, 'attended the plow and tractor demonstration given by Acton Bros., nt the ball park here, Thursday. Mrs. Sidney Williams and infant daughter returned home Thursday from Luzerne where they had been the guests of Mrs. Williams', par ents for several days. ESTRAYED One black horse about 5 years of age und one buy mule about 2 years of age. Owner call on HARRY WOODS, Beaver Dam, R. F. D. No 1. Mrs. Helen Igleheurt returned Tuesday morning from Munsing, Mich., where she had been visiting ber son, Mr. Royce Igleheart, and Mrs. Igloheart, for several weeks. Muster Beverly Miller, son of Mr. and .Mrs. J. T. Miller, returned yes terduy from Central City where he hud been visiting his uncle, Mr. David Miller, and Mrs. Miller for several days. Miss Susie May has returned home after nursing Mrs. 8. C. Huster. at Mutnnzns for the past month. Mrs. Hunter ft no better airU another nurse has been obtained to take Miss May's place. A revival meeting began at the Washington .M. E. Church on Mon day night. The pastor, Rev. H. W. I Laudreth, Is being assisted by Rev. I Boyd Browning, or Howling ureen. Services are held each evening at , 7:30-. ' ! j The younger set of Hartford had - a most enjoyable huy ride Pist We'd- ncsduy night. It Is reported that a! number of Philistines hsd planned a. raid on tlie "cats" of tho party,' but developed a case of "cold foet"r at Mie psychological moment. Mr. William Savage preached at the Chrfutiau church here, Sunday ( morning and evening to fair sized audience. This was his date to nreach at Beaver Dam but because; ' 0f the Methodist revival In progress there no service was held at the Christian church, . - Carson will remain there for about I ten days under the care of a spe- cjalist. Mrs. Barnett returned here vival for the last twelve days. The meeting was quite successful, re tiltinsj In ten conversions, some of the converts being heads of families ' as old as fifty. After having spent as he term.? it a iionth's delightful vacation Rev. Ruxsell Walker will be back in the pulput at Hartford Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening at the usual hours. He asks that all loyal Baptists be present, and also extends an invitation to those of other beliefs to attend. Mr. Otha Lee, of this city, re turned Sunday after spending a week and a half with his uncle, Mr. Lnfe Weller, and family, of Green iil;. Ky. V. Vile in that seotior hf visited the Lincoln farm neiir Hog tijviJle and slewed the magnificent memorial erected to the great Ken tucklan at that place. Misses Magdalene and Lottie May Rogers, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Fon Rogers, of Pikeville, spent last Wednesday- and Thursday in Hart ford, he guests of their aunt, Mrs. I3nac Foster. After spending u few days with other relatives In Ohio County they will go to Lex-1 ,.,inty. who were Indeed grieved to Ington where they will enter the j hear of her death. The bereaved University -of Kentucky. Their j family have our most sincere sym father has purchased a residence in ' Imthy In this hour of bereavement. that city, having decided to his home there. make Mr. Albert Rial, of Hartford, hns disposed of his pop-corn and peanut business to Mr. R. B. Brndshaw and contemplates Installing an up-to-date laurrUry on his lot on Center Street opposite the Hartford Motor Co. . Mr. Rial Intends to do all kinds of family und fancy laundry work, but making o specialty of the for- mer at the beginning. There is a nmuopeninB tor hucii an inuusiry in Hartford pud Mr. Rial's enter prise will be welcomed. SPECIAL SFUMOX AT CHKISTIAX CHIRCH SCXDAY The pastor, Mr. William Savage, will deliver a special sermon at the Christian church In Hartford, next Sunday, morning Sept. 4, ut 11 o'c- clock. His subject will be "The Why xuud Wherefore of the Holy, Spirit." Tills Is h very Important subject and one that should be In- of the deceased Mr. Peyton. teresting to people of every de-: nomination or belief. Everyone !n-'yor.s SOX OF vlted to be present. " j Z At H KING lF..D The subject for the evening ser-! vice is ' "Disobedience. " )t,ei ti,e elevt n-year old son. of Mr. Mrs. Savage will render special un, Mrs. Zach King, of Hell's Pun. music at both services. early last Wednesday uig'.u or . , m . j typhoid fever after tin ill'iosa of ItOCKPOItT flHill AMI il!AI- 'three v.e.ks. ruucral servic-s LIS( IICtM. AXXOCXCKMMXT wire cr.iideted lv liev. It. K. I'u- : qua, of Hartford, Thursday ru'ier- nockport High and Grtided School 110011 at 2:"0 o'cloi !:. In the yr begins Sept. 5th. All patrons iro nice of it large umbering v" ril . 11 r Hilly invited to be preset, t s.-l lives and friends. I::tei uu'-ut we urge that a special effor be in the Bell's Run cemetery, made to secure a largo aUeiida.ica The sympathy of tho entire com Iruitl the begliMilng. j inunlty goes out to the bereaved Students desiring High S1I100I parents In this hour nf trial, work may take their work her Hirl -.( 1. lire full credit in any High Scao il , i. the state. Km-tilly j Prof. Roy H. Foemun, Principal, 1 High School Subjects. Prof. K, E. ilson, SxtVi sVenth "'"I Eighth Grades. Anna Loil uazelrigg. Tthlrd, Fourth and Fifth Grades. Miss Flossie Mn3nn, . First und Second Grades." l!!;;h Kcliocl (ouim f Study . ((lasslral) First YVui' Rh'etorle Elementary Lutln Algebra I Physical Coogruphy Physiology Second Xihv American Lttiature Early European History Latlu II Algebra II . ,' Botany Every effort wUl be made to muke 'this one of the best Graded and High Schools, of 1U class la the state. "',''' ROY H.'fOEMAN. Principal. MISS. FRANK 15. SrM.EXGFIl Mrs. Frank B. Sullenger, age 44, died of a complication of disease at her home 619 East Fourth street, Friday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, having been In falling health for about a year. She Is survived by her husband, one daughter, Miss Lula Sullenger, four brothers, Ar thur Faught, of Evansville, Myrtle Faught, of Eltzabethtown, Earl Faught, of Connersvllle, Ind.. Rus- el1 Faught, Owensboro, and two sisters, Mrs. John Stivers, Owens boro, and Mrs. Pearl Millard, of East St. Louis. Mrs. Sullenger was before her mnrringe Miss Clara Faught, of Hartford. She was married to Frank B. Sullenger. also of Hart ford, in 1893. They moved to Ow ensboro about three and one-half ...... ... M.. Clllt.llW.n. . VA-V '"'iThls committee is composed of Dr. well known In Ohio county and had ( Frt;! Ml.t(.h,pr T,nvlUnif Gren. many friends In Owensboro. She , , (is Hiin(.0(.k provi,(rr!(.e. Henry was a devoted member of Settle s Dprry fcnd f. K Mo,,,,lv ,,,.. Memorial church, and had been a i . i boro. member of the Methodist church j yr yoseey , g(.,.r(,t,rv of . since girlhood. She was a prominent; rominlUee ,,,, written to 3ud "" society of Settle Memorial church. This organization, also Mrs. R. S. Hughes' Sunday school class, of which Mrs. Sullenger is a member, attended the funeral in a body. The funeral was held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Settle Memor- : ., church Rev. Carl C. Gregory. pastor, was in charge cf t lie ser- vires. Interment was in -Rose Hill cemetery. Owensboro Messenger. Mrs. Sullenger had a host of friends in Hartford and out in the .m:i -r. n. Mr. John Peyton, aged 55 years, died ut his home In Louisville, last week of ptomaine poisoning caused by eating sardines. The body was brought to Ohio f'.uaty and buried at the Peyton burying grouml. near Shilo Church, on lust Smul-'v. .tir. i-eyiou lormeriy resmeu in me ; community wnere ms remains were ,,,,,, ,0 rest He ha(, erv.tl twenty- four years 4n the I. S. Armv. went through the Spanish-American war. was with Gen. Funston in Mexico and with the V. S. Forces in France during the late war. At the conclu- !" 01' pen. t . or s-n then ;' i f.-;', he was mustered out with the rar.l; or" Color S.-rgeant. Besides his wife and three child- pen be Is survived by thre brothers Walter, Jesse and S. H. Peyton and one sister. Mrs. Lizzie Coy. the hit- ter four are residents of Ohio Conn- ty und loijacrnt to the place of bur- Pl'ULIC SALE I will offer for sale on Monday, Sept. 12, 1921, at 10 o'clock, a. 111. my farm of 122 acres, 0110 mile North-Kant of Prwinweil, Ky., oil ,,Mi,. , o,.,l H:,lf creek ht loin, rest I food hill land, mostly in 1 Cool orchard; two springs. grass. Two- ' story frame house, good cellar, oiih barn, one new poultry-house und other necessary outbuilding. Close j to graded sHitto). Also my crop nnd I farming Implements. Terms mudo I knowu on di.v of sale. ' I W. C. WADE, 35-2tp Cromwell, Ky. TO WHOM IT MAY CO"( F.RX Lilwurd Nolson has purchased !! the asaoU o( the McHenry Mfg. St Machine Co., and tho conirtuy as a corporation ceases to exist. All per - sons finding themselves indebted to .the conpany should call and settle, and all persotts hiivlus bills against 0l!'l'any should rrcient same, Sl-4t. v 10 ORGANIZE LEAF TGBAGCO GROWERSJJEXT BUM Judge Eingfccm Expected To Open Drive in Western Kentucky Owenshoro. Aug. 28. Early nest month efforts to organize the to bacco growers of the Green River, Stemming and One-Sucker Tobacco districts will be started. The first step toward organizing the tobacco growers in these sec tion will be a meeting of the com mittee appointed in the spring for the purpose of pushing such an or ganization. This -omml'.'k'-i will meet either here or in Henderson. Bingham, of Louisville, who is pro moting the effort to organize Ken tucky tobacco growers, to ascertain v. hen he can come here with the experts and data to be used in put ting over an organization in this Prt of Ilie state. Jii'H:e iwvgha'ii lias not yet returned from abroad, according to the renly of 1 is secre tary, but the matter will be taken up with him upon his return. WYSOX WALLOPS I ;ivo After playing find def'Ttinf; a ma jority of the best te:u;n i-i yuU'n L.'i'S. ltm'pr ar.-l Ohio our. t k'-i, tlvi f-!-" I' r. '.('. fv-t ti :im ru.-hi';! out. to '.''.. -ox I -t : t t::ir;i:d iy ittend to - oi:b s ti in". l :i yl'-ir v.r had nj r,"i rre-j'i'f i r ore r.f 'I'iwl tliry found that i rutted iit d firoory.i";'. :'. (ion nr.'il he h id th" go! i( 1 : nl f ii-t of oi.e ar. hours the Provo bovs 1 ad 3' (0 2. i:i faor of V.V01:. 'il.T thorn In !ve f-.u-i , with V.'ys'.v: s:i U'.i i,t :1 the Iat h::l:" of the r , n. It wio a ra-.t j;ame Halur.d t.y cla.-i.iy playing by both teams. Cut V. yso ,.nm d th.-y had the pood. ; !.d , - liverod thf-m. Provo U .M- idered one of the best ball teams in thi.i I)art cf the country, but they run against a snas when they ti.kl 'd Wysox. Tliey were a lirtle diiap- pointed, of coime. after l::.vit--,' told the ful' s what ihey m 1 mriaz t do f.;r our l o . 1 in cveryt! i:3 went cu Miiooili'y end the lar.o- in v.i! rn- Juv d 1 Vc tot' );. !t. r ..' vvvox pi ii.r iti.l ,ne i.r!;. 'i hu local line .v;i: as fe .'..-.v:-: 1-ul-Moore, lb.: '.-ti . : ; t'.: Overton, 1 '.'t d.) "it !'...' ! .. ,.r.l . ker:ou, p; y.'.ird, 2h. Naltncy. 1 ; Crunk. "!..: !f.; Kin; If.. 5 s V. v. 1 well; Call CON" 'I i Da venport, rf. Provo .s ;'guin. (.; soiuotime. OltiiT llasebiill l:-ul; Sa.tuii! iy: Ai Deavt-r Ihnii terto n, !. ; Pe nc r I .i 1 u . 1. Huailay: At I I-irt f i.rd -('. town, S ; li aver Data, 1 . -j.. i.iiiim: uc.i.ii.r n;; OX WAY n r.i- I Hll- Uitii. Am;. 27. '' : f r : , ..:rl:i pi nt of the Am-Tl.-an U.--;- .' A(:-laini-i'ratioii foi.es 1. ii fr "in ill liari e of Philip Can.'!'. The parly 1. It in a c 1..1 n.ilun car redundant with bird "; 1 v.i'.l ', mnhogai'.y, electric lights ;.!!.! i,;.r- eous pam U lic.iriiig ilie do'i1 ti ed bugle cri. it of In.r.i rial Ciardoai. Attached to the train were freight lul i'" ryms comiuis.-a ry fcaio.ii.1 0111 inls.-a ry unu nn automouue tor reconnais sanco work, ... . HOl'Si: PARTY " Misses .Margaret and Louisa Put ter, P'jwlini; Given, Tin I mil O'l'ry un, Louisville, Pauline McCarthy, Henderson, llutntie Stringer, Cea tral City a ad I.ur ue'Coll'iis, yrc.-it-ville, will urrive Pa turd Y to h" Ihi house f-U'sts of Mlv-sej 1 1 "tin vrly u"d Mary Warren Collins for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Eiliest W.l.ini, for mer residents of Hartford, hut who havti been living more recently In Alabama, where Mr. Wilson .wus In the employ of Boud Eroi.. hav-i I moved to Greeuyllle. We under- . stand Mr. Wilson will be emftoytd j there In the same 'line oP t-i I;-.e.j for some tie.