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THE HARTFORD HERALD 



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48tli TEAR. 



HARTFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1922. 



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yuMtti, Mr. 



POOOOO0OOOOOOOOOO d»7  the kiiphi of his 
V I4M3AII BiMBM 9 ikiid Mr*. T. B. Frazier. . 

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I Hartford marcliMU raport thatr. 
Mh k •  W«t Pf«Ti-''OhrlaUMM tni«« ate mr tk« taM M- 1 

'4mm, wm tte fMWt IMM oC Ua n rl f m  to r*fn, 
■Mm. Mrs. OvlOTt^ B. WMto, of ltot-| ' ' 

tore I MMim U?i WlteM MMI Ferd:- of HaftlOffi. 



'Mr. and .Mrs. Roy Harnliill. rli , ,.nls at Kranklori. visil^'il lur son. 
■pent aeveral dayi In St. Lou s !aat Mr, Kobert M«Hun, and Mrs. Odasou, 
wo«k. M Lexington. She retnrM4 jMme 

'tbt first of last week. 



VUn DAM MMWa 



nd Willi 



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Mr. Ray Bennett, of Akron, Ohio, 
la apandlag the holldajw with hU 
parMta, Mr. aid Mn. •. Biniatt. 



ill lliis vie nllv. 
Mr. Arnold Hinex inovfU tu Ada- 
(ity w. n. ciiiipiniini iiurg, MoMtaf to maka bia (atara 

During 111!' pri st iii w. i k 111.' hiiinc 
lJ ';illi AiiKd lias Ix'i-n » \ siinr ii I'.diii to Ihf wil.' m (Jus.s Sliiirp 
this vic nity. Samuel Paxlon d vd a: Uec loth, a girl. .Moiber and baba 



■ ' — laaatf -nrUa ara ia tha rraaUaa corn- 

Mr. Barl Barnnfi, of stpiibenrille,' naatty, OB a "baar bnat," 

Oblo, la apendtng the holidays wltb| ~ 

bis parents, Mr. aatt Mflk, D. & Bur- Mr. Andrew K ng. of Ow. nsl.oro. 
nes. city. 



Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Burns went 
to Ovaaaboro, Frktay to risit Mr. 
Baraa' faUar, Mr. B. T. Baraa Br., 
and Mra. Baraa. 



C. U. MMAVBIM 

lY WOtTKBMD kUi daaghtar'a boma in the Sulphur da:ag atealjr. 

B9r:aia aatihborhood laat Friday , 

■ I Cbarlaa W. Baa?ria. D. D. 8.. at avwilac ol paraly8:a. Ha waa ssj MAXWBLI. 

iSSt. Orion Waltaca and famlljr. of LpuisviUe. waa akot in bis office la iraara old. Ho waa bom aad Mvad 

Central City, are tha gaaata of Mr. Lou svlile Monday, of the present his long i:fo on th* farm where ba 

\V:ill:u'.    Mi.itli. r. Mrs. U, T. Baf" wo'k, whiii' (loinn dental work tor (l i'il, IIi' ~ Mii\iv. il liy oiu' sou, 
is the holiday guest of his daughter, iini. and .Mr. Iiainctt. ttic w (.■ of lli.' man, rllfford irack- .laim-s r:i\i iii. and on.' ilaimlitcr. 

Mn. B. Orabtraa, aad Mr. Crabtraa. j vrby. n i.mii.svllle Toliaooo Urok.'.-. .\lrs. I'. n U m iI. ho h llvinK ni'iir 111" 

" ; Mr. Kslil I'ark. of Central City, who did tlu' slmoi nt!. A 25 ralibrf. old hoiiu'sli ad. Hi' Is also siirvivid 

Mlaa Ottssye Bennett, of Mont- .^pcni from Friday until MonU-iy in aatomatic p siol was used, the nils- by Kowral gruiuli li Idrm. II. s rc- 



gOBMry, Ala., la apaadiag tha holi- Hartford as tha ■neat of h: i slatar, b tting Ur. Hearrln ia the abdo- mains v;ere Interred In Paxtou imry- 

tfaya with kar paroata, Mr. aad Mra. Mra. J. B. ffappaa. aad Dr. Tapaaa. aen, paaatratlag hia lataaUaaa. Tha lag ground Satnrdar aftarnooii iiy 

B. B. Biaaitt. Olty. I — 'eartrldga aholl failed to a|aet aad tha aido of hia coaipaaloa who had 

- I Mama. Paatoa OaaaMar, of Dear- oaiy ahot waa Brad. Blackarby precadod him to tha grava aererai 

iBfr. and Mrs. Homar Blaadford, «f ar Dam, aad O. W. Allaa, of Baarer arraatad and plaead aader bond, yaara ago. 



Bali, of Butord. 



the latter'.'* sister, 
• and Mr. Crabtree. 



Mra. B. Crabttaa, praeUitad eallara laat waak. 



Ifflaa Bm'lla Ball, who ia taaehlag 

at Lewlsburg, Is spending tha holi- 
days with her parents,  Mr. aad Mr*. Owensboro, spent the wadt*«ad With Dam, Roata S, were amoog our ap-^ puiy atatement 'so far maUf. 

I was by till- w oiiiuli'il man ;uiil lo th' 
* effect that lie had goni' to a labiiii t 

Miss i.eiia Olaaa, laatrun 

to (ibt.i II an instriiint'iit to iiso on 
linKlish in the Central City High ^^^^ patit-ul. who was in I hi- a.'ntal 
School, is spcndiHR the holidays with gi^i,. ^^ ,j,e time, and on lurninn 
her parents. Judge and iMrs, J. S. Mouad heobserved Blackerby stand- 



JiidRe W. H. Uarnes, accompanied 
by Mrs. Harnts, city, returned from 
a several days' litisiness trip tO Waah- 
Ington, D. C, Thursday. 



Mlaa Wttra Baaa Dodaon, taachar 



Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moibrnok. of 
Dukehurst, spent Christinas wiili th ■ 
formar'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Rowaa Holhraok. 



in tha Vaa Laar high aaha^ 
tha gnaat of hia paraata, W. 



Mra. John Dodaoa, 
dnrlag tha holldan- 



te Mr. aad Mra. BlHa Hoorar aad 
child, .wara tha Ohriatmaa gaaatt of 



Olaaa, aitjr. 



jiig la tha door of ofica, and that W. C. Taylor her rumainK 
'tip .waa ahot withoct caaaa. Blaekar- 1 tarred la the Sunnyalde 
Mr. O. O. Cook, of Dundee, travah.^ „^ ||-, ^ire Mt tba offlea im-'groaad Satnrdar afternoon. 



Mrs. Martha Taylor, wife of Les- 

lie Taylor, died at her hotne .n Bea- 
MM- nam. Friday niKht Of hlooil 

polMin ng Slie is siuvivi'd by 
iHu.hand. liv:' sons, two daimlit.Ts. 
two lirol l',.'i-s anil two sister.-!. .Mter 
funeral servltes c oiiducied by Key. 

were in- 
buryiug 



of Baaaydala, un. Hoorer'a mothar, Mra. ■. Crab-, of NaahTtla. waa amoag thoaa who 



tree, and .Mr. Crabtrae. 



:Me38rs. Will e Mnddox and Wal- 
lace Smith, studopts in the l uive-- 
.sity of Kentucky. LexinKton, are 
spending the holidays with their par- 
ante, ia McHeary. 



Miss Martha Carolyn Pate, a Jun- 
ior of the I'niversity of Kentuckv, 
is spending the holidays \vith hwr par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. I'ate. 



lag aalaaami far Harris, Davta * Ca., 4,diately. Dr. Hearrrn managed to 

g  t In n plioii.' ami called his broth- 

er-iii lau. .Mr. II. D. Hays and 
iieplii « .Marion I-. Ileavrin. His los-; 
of lilood was very great aad ha Boii:i 
became unconscious. 

Transfusion of blood, furnished 
iqr Marion L. Haavrta, waa resorted 
to Moaday alght, to sara tha woaad- 



I plaead their names upon the Harald 

I subscription list last week. 

.Mr. Glenn Tinsley. with .lie Mer- 
chants Wholesale (Jrocry Co.. of 
Louisville. \vas the hoi day sues of 
his parents. .Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tins 



Mr. (,aoaard Baker, a atadaat la isfaat ehild, of Owonaboro, apent 
the Unlreratty of Xaataekr. M ckriataMa witk Mr. Ward's mother, | 
  pendlng the hoUdaya with Ma par- Mra. B. Crabtrae, aad Mr. Crabtraa. 

V nts. Mr. and Mra. Richard Baker, _ 

of Taylor Mines. , Mr. and Mrs. Alra Kirk and In- 

rant, of I.ivia, Route 2, were the 

.Miss Emilie Pendleton, who Is Christinas guests of the iatter's 
employed in Central City, Is mother, .Mrs. B. Crabtraa, aad Mr. 
l^c fuest of her fatpei. Dr. (i. I». Crubtree. I 

Pendleton, and Mrs. Paadlatoa, eity. — 

dnrlag the holidays. i ift, and Mrs. Archie Wilson, of 



Mr. aad iMra. Dewey Ward and ley, city, from Friday until Tuesday, ^ ||(,^ y,nj^ good 4Ceet. Oth- 



At BO t:me la the history of Bea- 
ver Dam has there beea as much 

 'hrlstiiias shopping ai 
li 'i II during the paat 
iioiii rich aad peor ware after the 

Koods. 

The iieopb' ol 'I'ayior .Mine..; h.nl 
a Christmas tree that hud u thou- 
aaad worth of preaeau on It and 
there were many that eoald not be 
transfnaloaa hare aiaee beea plaead on the tree beeaaae ther- 



(Left Orer From Laat Week) 
Rer. B. 8. Moore fliled h s ap  
polntment at New Bethel, Banday. 

Those of this place, who dellTererl 
toba ' 'o at Owensboro, were .Mcssr'. 
l-:ii and R. W, Crowe. (Ins I' tmab, 
H. K Hudson and .Mibie .lolly. 

.\1 ss Kl'a Crowe ami iiiece. IM'l^ 
Miss .Margaret Crowe, were Hhop- 

p nu in Owensboro. Monday and 

TiH-sday. 

Mr. J. C. Dennett and fanilly, Mr. 
Worth Brown, wife and daughter, 
of Rassell, spent Sunday with Mr, 
lier and Mrs. Robert Hudson. 

Mr. and Mrs. Vascoe Ba.'rd, of 
H.'ilin. aiieiiiied the meeting at New 

lletlii l, Sunday. 

.Mr .1. S ll.'iiry. of .No Crei k. at- 
tended pravi r liieelinj; at .Vi'W lli'tli- 
el, Siiiidav iiiulit. 

I.Mr, and .Mrs. ForroMt Hoover, of 
Burnett's Creek, spent the week-end 
there has '"^^^ Hoover's parents, Mr. and. 
two weeks. iM'- Abble Jolly. 

Miss Frankle Atberton, teacher 
at C'rowp's school, attended the futt- 
• ral of lier aunt. .Mrs. Sue Hunter, 
al old lliii k Cri'i'K. Wednesday. 



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PIANO FOR 8ALR — Bargain. Mil- i^nj,. Yeatarday, It was said, wouM was not room. 



ton. upright, mahogaay laiah. Coat ,„,p,y ^ ,he most critical period, 
$40ti. now $125, eaah or tarma.. For aitimugh diances tor recovery were 
particulars call ithoimht to be about even early yes- 

E. F. DI KE, 'terilay mornin.u. 
52tt Uundec. Ky. | Heavrin is ii.'ar Me was 
bom in Ohio County, and ,s a broili- 

er of Attoraey, M. L. Huavriu, of ing his parents, 
Hartford Repnbllean. 



Everett Chapman 

111" V, 
IliH loT. 



Mr. 

lioy. si'. i'.: 
lallo r aiiii 

1 Clla pill. 111. 

I'rol. Ciilinrii 
little ilaii»!il.r. 



and son, 

•ek-end with h s 
.Mr. and .Mrs. Kl- 



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Misses Lurene and Kennedy Col 
lias, of Greenville, and 'Mary War- Hertford, 

ran Collins, of Louisville, were the 

Daltoa, Ky., arrired here Monday.-tc hoUday gvesU of their parenU. Mr.' " r- Heavrin s oh... Comity fri-nds 
a student be tha guasU of tha former's sister, ^4 j^j,, r. t. Cotllas. city, from will l»e gr:«vel to learn that he died 

I Monday afteraooa about 



are ' 
.Mrs. 



and 
s:l- 
.'ol- 



Mr. Walter Ccaddock, 

In tha Vairanity of fCaataeky, la Mrs. T. T. FMfiar, aad Rav. Fras'ar, Saturday until to4ay 
the guest of his paraata, Mr. aad tv sararal daya. | 



Mrs. Oalvitt vraddoek, 
during the holidays. 



McHeary. 



Mr. Remus .M. Iteui. wiio was 
but i  



born 
now 



Mr. O, M. Phegley and family, 
formerly residing in the Sulphur 
Springs-Lewis Creek vio niiy, ha\e 
removed to McLean County, oa 
Route I, Baeranwato. 



A dance was given at Dr. Bean's reared In Kockport. 

Opera House Monday night under ^^^^^ ^^^^ Ameriiuu Express Co.. 
the auspices of the local post of the OreenTille, Ala., recently 'in- 
American Legion. Only a talr-slsed f^^f^^i im operaloa for apiyadlcl- 

tla, kat kaa aatiroly raeorarad and 
Is at work agaia. 



Miaa Aleane Leach, a student In 
the Uahrersltr of Kentucky Is 
speadiag the holidaya aa tha gaaat 
of her parenu. Hon. J. A. Leach aad 
Mrs. Leach, of Bearer, Dam. 

Rev. K. E. Kiiqua and family mov- 
ed Thursday, into their new home 
recently constructed upon the site 
of their former dwelling which wa  
cic-troyed by lire last fall. 



Mra. B. B. Collins, city, returned 
from Central City, last Tuesday, 
where she had baaa aiaee laat Sat- 
urday, the guest of her daughter. 

Mrs. Harry Hoover and Mr. Hoover. 



If 



.Ail. Kr vih Casebier. who at- 
te idiiig s. ai )i at Georgetown ''■»'- 
lege, Georgetown, is I lie guest 
his parents, .Mr. and .Mrs. .1 K .';i   
bier. Beaver Dam, for the holidays. 



of 



yon will w.iiii a New Year'a 
Iiri'si'iit. wi' ran siipiily you; new 
nooils arnviiiu .'ai li il.iy .iiid our 
Half Price Sale runs un il .Ian. ill. 
192;!. 

J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler and Optunie- 
trlat. Hartford. Ky. 



30, at 

tAe Norton infirmary, aa the result 
of tbe lajury above deacribed. The 
funeral waa eoaducted yesterday af- 
ternoon at S:30 la Louisville. Inter- 
ment also occurring in that ci y. H s 

brotlnr and nephew respectively, 
.Messrs. .M. I., and Cecil II Ileavrin. 
uccumpunied by the r wives, attend 
ed the funeral. The former had 
been at bis brother's bedside since 
Tuesday of last_waak. 



MlUii fiMilTH 
M'ss Qustine Mllhi and 'Mr. Arthur 



.M.iiiiin.V. 
Katlib en 
.Mr. and 

lier Msddox. 

iMIss Li|cy Daves, who Is teachinu' 
In the South Carrollto school and 

her sister. Miss Elisabeth, a student 
ut the llopkiusvllle College are at 

home Ihi.s week. 

Mr. Clyde CIsel. who was the 
operator at Mi ll 'iiry and iiiaili' his 
home a- Heaver Daiii, il e:| : I Ih ' 
hoiu" ol his father in Hodgenviile 
lust Friday morning of heart troii- 
lila. During his brief jtay in Beav- 
er Dam he made many friends 
among tbe good people. 

The Baptist Institute will be In 
sesH on al the Baptist 

W( ek 
lers 
State 



(l.efi Over From Lust Week) 
We are having some real winter 
weather here now. 

Mrs. Dora Magan, of th,'a place, 
s In Owensboro taking cbiropractii; 
: reatment. 

.Messrs. .1. I . St Her and MIn « 
It.illdi delivered tobacco in Owens- 
boro ill s week. 

Mrs. Ciil Kalpli and Kill.' daiirli- 
ler. .\rlene. spent from .Monday un- 
til Wednesday w th lo r loniiii, .Mrs. 
Thelnia .Midkl ff. of Sniinyilaie. 

Mr. W. A. Taul and family, of 
Bnaaydale, have moved back to their 
farm here. 

Little Miss Wlllye iMIidred Miller, 
who has been real 'II with a severu 
cold all I coiurli. s better. 

Mitises .\ubi'.i and Cola Kalpli an;l 
Ora Mae liowlils w. re ;;ii.'sis of .Mis-, 
Ludelle .Magan. Sunday. 

Mr. T. S. M.'ilur made u l)u.-« ne.-iii 
Church thl« »"P ^ Hartford, Friday. 



Miss Cleo Binkley, of Naslivilk?, 
Taaa.. arrived In Hartford yesterday 

to apead the holidays wltb her sis- 
ter, Mra. Rdaa Tayloir aad Mr. Tay- 
lor, aad other relatirea. 

Mlaa Bllshbath Davidaoa. taaoher 

in the Hopklaavllle High Behool, ar- 
rived In Hartford "Saturday, to apend 
tbe holidays with her parenta, Mr. 
aad Mrs. 3.JS. Davidsoa. 

Mr, U. S. Carson, formerly ac- 
tively engaged in the grocery and 
hardware business in this c ty, has 
recently put In a new l-ne of goods 
and reopened at hto ton«ar Stahd on 
Main Street. 



Mr. and Mra. O. M. Bishop, Cen- 
tertowa, latt laat Taaaday morniug 
for Keaaaka 
tha holldajni aa _ 

op's brothar, Mr. A. T. Rewa, aad ford^ 

family. 



iMr. John Allen Wilson, who Is 
engaged as a l ivi! engineer by the 
Illinois Central K. 1! at Clarksdale, 
.Miss., is speniling his Cliristnias 
to spend vacut on with hia pureuls. Judge 
at Mrs^ Bish- and Mrs. Joha B. Wilscm. of Hart- left aext 



Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Taylor, of 
Louisville, were the holiday guests 
Of Mr Taylor's mother. Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Taylor, and other Hartford 
relatlrea, from Saturday uutU Mon- 
day. 



FOHINIVIliLE mGH BCHOOBi. 

RRCOMD HRMBHTBR 
WIM. ItKGIN 
MONDAY, J.\M".\itV 8. HI2.S. 
FOR I'AKTH I l..\l(S ( ALL 
H. U. HUlM HULOi. 

nUMCIPAlt. 



.\ niiaiber of llupllsi mlnls- 

froin (hffiri nt parts of the 

wll pr''SeIl'. Some illl-r- 

L. Leach were ualted in marriage at *sUng lectures will be .Ulivered at 
' the Methodist parsonage la Hart- tkis meet. ng. ^^^^ , 

ford, Sunday night at 6:30 o'clock. * • 

The ceremony was jierformed by the WASHISMlTOJf 
liasior, lii'V. T. T. Kraz er. The — — 
young couple was at 1 (iinpaniid by 
the bride s sister, .Mrs. \V. II. Cilles 
pie, and Mr, 0 llespie. The newly- 
duy for Herrln. 111., 
wlMTa they will make their home, 
tha groom boiag la tha eanMoy of a 
coil company la the Illlaoto eity 



M09URT CLl'B MBRTH 



sp. 



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fMka. laaao Foster, city, has re- 
taraa4 from Ceatral City, where 
^ waa tha gaaat of relatives. She 



Dr. and Mrs. B. F. BImmanaaa 

and son, .Mr liucrk, of Louisville, 

were the week-end guests of Mrs. 
Zlmmermaus molher, .Mrs. BllSS' 

beth Taylor, and 
reli^Toa. 



Mr. Claud Webb, wife aad baby 
n; Sunday as guests of Mr. W. 
K. .Vewcomb, and family. 

.Miss Soporo i'unk. of Tatfy. spent 
Saturday night and Sunday vvilU 
Miss Comma Lake. 

Mr. Ell'S Funk, uf Bells Kuu, 
Mrs.Teach Is the youngeat dangh- apeat Saturday aad Sunday with his ,,,,, 
i, r of the late Ashford Mills and graadpareats, Mr. and Mra. WUIlnm 
Mrs ( harlot..' .Mills. She was born Lake. 

;,,„! ,',.are,i 111 iiie iteda lie ghim. Messrs. Ulysess Trogden and Ho- 
hood, but, togeih.'r w th her mother, liait Downey are doing some repair 
has. for a iiiiniber ol y.-ars. made work 1 
her home In Hartford where she has near It. 'da. 

baaa tha eflteieat llaotyptst of The 
ia a young 



The Mosart Music Club had its 
monthly meeting at the home of tbe 
teacher, Miss Blolse Austin, SOS N. 
Lafayette street. Beaver Dam. The 

follow'ng officers were present: 

\I;-,s Alma i'rowiler. Pres.; Mts» 
l.iii il.' liak. r. V .■.'■pr.'sident ; Miss 
Virg n a K. nn.'y. 'i'reas.; and 

.Mr. I''ia:ik Keiley CieriihT. S^'r.'i-- 
tary. Ill,' house was calb d to or- 
der by the president uud the follow- 
ing pro^gram was rendered: 

P'ano Solo — Frank Keiley Case- 



.Mr. Jeaao WhUUkar, of 



Spi'lll 

.M rs. 



a Ckristaum trae 



Rev. B. M, 
boy aav taktac a tkeologlaal eoafse 
.paalad home by her moth- ^^ i, ai^adlag the kalldajrs 

•r, Mra. Okarlatia Browa. wko will 



The Bapt'.ata had 

other Hartford Batiirday night, while the MethodlaU 
and Christians had special Christ- 
' mas programs uud g ft disirlbutloas 

Baaa, aa Ohio coaaty on Sunday moiatag at tha vaapoattTo 



fMBaia ta'thlaetty lat 



: Mn. W. M. OaUlaa. wko had been 
tha gaaat at har tathar, Mr. 8. T. 
Baraaatt. Mra. Baraatt aad other 
relaUvaa ia Hartford for tko fast 
waaka, kas. lataraad to ker 
ia 



few 



Okriataiaa was celebrated by Hart- baaa tka effieieat llaotyptst of The .Master Kne-st .\ew. omb 

fard's three ekaiekea with varying Rapahtlaaa. Bha la a young lady ihu week-end with his aunt 

hat fltUag aad aajoyahio ^raau. of moat ehamlag paraoaallly. Bessie Patton, of near Tally, 

Mr. Leach la tha aoa Of Mr. aad Mr. aad Mrs. Aubrey .New.omb. 

Mrs. Charles A. Leach, of Hartfard. at Hartford apent Sunday with h s 

11.. was boin in the Rob Roy negb- paraata. Mr. aad Mra. W. F. New- 

i.orhood of this county. He was a comb, here. 

,n,.mber of the i i.iied States Marlaa Mr. and Mrs. Holtaad Gray were 
Corps for four years, including the the guei.t  of Mr, T. C. Trodgen an.l 
■ ■ World War period, rendering ex- family. Sunday. 

with ralaUvaa la aad aaar Hartford. The 4rst (Quarterly Meeting of the cellaat service In bis country s he- A spien.i 

* 1^1, Hartlard Charge of tbe Methodist ^^n, AMar ha waa aiaatered out prepuu d. 

' Ohanh was held at tha local ehurch of tha sarvlaa ha spsat two or three uigbi Dec 

, ^ mmUir- Baeoarailag rogata ware kera, batoto laeatUw  • Uli- church 

Mr Oscar itenneit, BraBdoakatg, fsaa i tsd from eaah ekarek. At algkt ,^1^ 

the holidays with bli a moat forceful aanaoa by tha Pre- The young couple hare oar 
and Mrs J. c. Uenueit. siding Elder, RaT. Ja«ea C. Raw- ^i,,,.,.,',. wi»hva for the utmaat wed' 



Luclle Couch. 
Duet — Nathan Monroe asd Wah- 

Ulla I. each. 

V Olin Solo — Vii'una l.eacli. 
The enlerlainmeni consist, d of 
games, conti'sis and conundrums. 
Delightful refreshmenis were served 
and tbe house adjourned to meet 
aga'a ia Jaaaary. 



churches. 



He waa a waleoBM yisitor 
office, Saturday. 



at 



Is spending 



I programme is he ng 
to be rendered .Monday 
25th., at the Wash ug.uu 
under the ausplaaa at tha 
Ladlaa' Aid Society. 

Tha regular Chrlatoua tree will 
be Saturday alght Dae. Mrd. at the 
ehureb. 

Mr. Claud Webb loit a g9fi cow oomn'tlae. 
Saturday ulght. The causa of the^ 
death Is unknown. ■M'B CIOARKT 1 1 



FOM B.%UI 

The C. P. Church property near 

th.' High school building in Hart- 
ford. Ky., is for sale to the h gho"t 
and b.'si b .lib r. ami tlmse d. sirlni; 
to piirchas.' shoiil.l lib' seal.'d li d 
wth K.'V. .1 S ,1 Ur ar. L. it. Iili.'.d. 

Ky.. or C. M. Crowe, Hartford, Ky.. 
aa ar hafara Jaa. »tth. llll. 

Committee raaarvee tha right to 
rejeot aay aad all hide. 
Thia Dee. IStb, I»1S. 
i. B. J. BREAR. Chairman of 



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■AST VIRW 



C. Raw 

Ceatral Oty, and sister, Mrs. Ulntou Hugs, of uwenaboro, wa^haaN by a happ ness 

— '-^ — ^r" r S'^^rir*' "* «»g....u«. j 

Mr. Lee Cooper, of Pierre, South * lkUraB la Hartforo^^^ | ^^^^^^^ ^ ^ _ , _^ 

Dakota, has returned home after ' Ph'BM Of Detroit, ed aa building Inspector for the i. C. Mis« Mary U lluiuphr. y and Mr 

spending a few days in Hartford, o-itad*|u me oa BS- KallTOad has returned to McCpmb, William O. Ward w. re unit. .1 ii 

the guest of his sister, Mrs. W. M. «"*"'' . ^ ^ ba will complaie his marriage Tuesday eveu ng. I)ecer.-i Camels. Lie pk.; Cart. ,,. 

Hadaaa. akd Mr. Madaoa. walk la . that plaaa. altar naadlag bar at the home of uev. orau-; Mr. a. t. Fre..ch waa at Owens- i^^..^^ ^.^^e. if-c pk.: can. 

. ^Z ZL Ar w Ub her par-nts Mr. and Mrs. Chrlstmaa bar. with hla.«attar. rttla lawaw. paator of the Noc reek boro Monday and Tuesday with to chaatarield, Itc pk.t Cart 

.Maaaaa. MnnU ^d Ar- with ^ ^ ,^ m U. W. Ckank. wka Bartorsad tka baeao. _ „ . '•»^' 

chla. Qtay Johaaaa. M Mt^^^ I"*' '^""^ ' s„n He wa. accompaaled oa his ceremony. ' 1 Maasra. W. T. aad' L. D. French cart 

left hata lagt wafk far llMtdaaa, dm- return by hu mother, who will apead The brtde tea maat aatiaMhto wara la Owaaa k a r a Taaaday aai BiMiim. 

Illinois, when Aajr »«»^ ^ayior, a student the w nter at McCaaih aad Haw Or- lady whUe tha graom ta a proa- 
ployed by the . Co., 7J;"J^,; Normal leans. I—- «nd prominent farmer of the 

-wtlfc a eawBraatloa araw. «^i"a ^^ .No. r.u k .ouniry. Each of the pur- 

lg gpeadlaf the Mrs. I. S. Masoa, Superlntuudeut ties have a host of friends who wish 
holiday^ wUh hia a'atar. Ura. Mow- of Couaty Behoota, afur attend ng tor them a 



slliil.tLH 
IIIK IIOIJDAVS 



Rev. 
home 



Behool 

T, T Frailer, city, returiMd Bowlla* 
Friday, from ClarkBTllle, 



Taoa,, 



'ie'ha hii'^aaSrii: Hi «V«d Vr.'iii; Sa-M-C tiA 81.1. MaaU^. •« 



rlad Ufa. 



a 1.49 

1.40 

».4A 

.i.ra 

1 Maaara. W. T. aad" L. D. French cart 

wera la Owea ah a ra Taaaday aad urollara. Cart I.M 

Wedneaday with tabaaeo. Haraaa Mbboa CIgara It to bos t.TS 

Mrs. Lucy JawaU, at Haadaraoa. dg^^, |«a ^ bos . •.to 

Is visitiMg ratottvaa (a tkia com- yieka Waad ■'■fr Ci«Mp, to 

uiunlty. ! ^ box 2.2S 

Mr Klnch .Martin and sou. Jo" 
B., of Owensboro, speat the week- Tite Hartford Herald, BlUW tiw year 



/ 



rHK HAMTPOflO HKRALO 



FARM EXTRACTS 




I Of Om 

Approxiinatfly Sn piT irnt Ot th« 
ciirn t'liirring into world Irndo comM ' 
from ArRcntlna nnd Ih.- fnlted Wtm of 
States, »c ;ordln(? to Information •»'" conntry, 
comptlad by the UnitPd HtnteN D 
fMTUBMt Ot Agriculture. In 
■klVMMBU froM tllo United 



erects the b*rn and then trie* to di- 
vide the space so aa to meet the re- 
qntrementa ot Ma hard. Ha ahonld 
nrst consider tho amaikor of eows, 
caWea and bvlla that are to b« 
jhonanC tkM Mlratata Uv'trof 
' MmmMw tar tk* •Mllit feiMi 

fti MWIM tk« tan* hoaa, a aonad ac- tiatJlataw. wtaMm. 

rlraitml »rti«r vmM atUl r«««ii« ,,^,4 aeeordlsgly. Ha «mM 



nn BxraRiMKNT nATioif— Aonon^ 
AMD rmm ootnrnr agbn'ts offics 



kHM W tka awrtkarn 
F»r tkoaaaada ot ac- 

n s of thifl land can be saved from 
1J2I 'Toslor only by the Krowing of trees; 
Siatis H'xl "nly 'bp forpsta can preserve 



trm Argoattaa by hundreds of our spr ngs, give the ,y ^ f,i|owi: 



Hlflo plan to take care of the fatnra 
Krowth of hl« herd by being able 
lator to Increase the site of the 
ham w thout spoiling its appearance 
or Impairing Its convenience. 

Th* oaaanua^ toatnraa ot a good 
dairy feara aay ba 



Wanith: Datry' ••«• 



tl,0««,M* bvahala, Mt prior ta that hoadwatera of our streams the pro- j 

year Argentina waa imally tka ««et»o« t»«r "awl. •««» prevent even p„t^,oB ud caaaot pradaoa jar«a 
larger shipper, amaga aiporte Ifoai vnMm vf^aMNty ^ J*^^ "f^ qnaat:tl«a of mllh aad bahar wlaaa 

that (ountry before the war (lH*-j«** 

haviiin been between one-third _ _ 

.111(1 (111, hall of all (orn . ii iTinn; enca. lotlkm ACTiaattwM. 

Into world trade and about two and . 

t meH the (inantity al»art- Tlw In |H)rtHiire of i'arefrf 

I Vi ry careful Krad  ng of tobacco 

has always paid extremely well. 



one-half 

cd by the i;nii ed StatcK. 

Bxporta of corn from Argent In.'i 
la MHalad about IIJ.OOO.OUO Kv. ry year the country s crop brinns 

^ 4 O0OiN9 baahala less milHonN of dollars less than nhoiild 

be obtained tor It on acccunt ot in- 



With the cooparatira ■yatam ot 



than the pre-war _ . 

and abont •S,o««.««« baaheta laaa different gradiag. 
than the exports of ItSO. On the ..^ , , 

otli. r hand, exports from the United marhytag. which bida tair to bo 

States ill luiii were 13 2,000.000 adopted in every 

bushels. whi.h was lll.OOft.iKM) 

bush.is nu.i- iiiaii ill i;.:'(, and inK is evea more laiporunt than 

about 87.000,000 bushels more than »'"  ""»«'r systems of 
the pre-war average. ""'i'"'" 



tohaceo-«f«wtag 
district of the eoaatry, earatal grad- 



market ne. 

In ( oopera ivc selling llie assoe a- 

tioii miiKt kei p ea h «rade up to a 

•MTl Haaiplra Of Hrrda Tested By definite standard if it is i» n iam, 
lliipailaii at merit, the eontidenre ot buyers. 

During the flacal year IMI, the The ancceaa ot the association de- 
. . .i-iestlng laboratorlea of the Bu- peada almoat eati^ly upon lu hon- 
,11 of Plant Industry. United eaty la grading aad i« daatlM wHh 
.-;i,i e  I), p.irtiM. Ill (11 AirlruUnre. purchaaera ot the leaf . Tha man 
and . xani n.d 2!t.67l sam- placing the Cncomiag tobacco at the 
jd. - ill seeds, or these. iT.iiHi . Mine receiving station :n the proper 
to the laboiato.y ai Wash n :i..n. grades has poslf.ve and emphatic 
and 12.571 to the (ive bran, h si ed- in^., nu t ion not to I t auytliiUK ^o 
testing laboratories maintained in no a uradc that dins not measuro 
cooperation with the BUte InstItU- np lii every way to ihe lu'l standard 

of that grade. If tobao n ilial would 
These samples represent b«Hh veg- fall In grade C2. for . xaniple. i» 
e able and Held aeeda from farmara. found to contain cona derable leaf 
Hi . d dealers, and InveatlRatora. to that belonga In grade C4. there is 
whom ivporis of analyses were sent, nothing to do but put all the tobaccu 
shovMiif; 111" pivsi^nic of weed needs in the lower grade. There la no 
iind woriii'.' iiiai. rial. or ih. Mine for grading atter the tobacco 
K. rni nal on. in- bo li. as ic.iuested. is broUBht to Ihe receiving ware- 
Tliroii ;h Ibis s.rvi.,. Ih, work of hniiMv 

the weed-testing laboratories is ;m- .Many tarni.i  Ikiv Hp i.ba that 
mediately applied to practical agri- v. dlfivr.nt k nd Lvohim should 
vulture. be practiced in pn p.uiiiK leaf for 

A total ot %Mi aamplea ot veg- the cooperat v.' market. This Is not 
• table seeds was purchaaed and teat- true. There la really but one way 
.rt for germination, and the reaniti to grade tobacco; that ia. to make 
of these tes:M will be iiubl shed. as many grades aa there are types 
SoiiK' of ibese seeds garden peas— of leaf and put each type by Itaalf. 
were also nn.wii ill the Held for Ir.!.- There have been so 
nesH to nam.'. Sweei .iMn samp' s provided by the 
are heliiK crown for li  Id stands aii i pi ,,i licaMy any lypi 
obbervtttlon us lo 'I'e piesieuce uf iii;iy be bioimlit in 
diaeaae. '''^ pvopei' ^rade. 



properly housed. 

3. Sanitation: Since dairy prod- 
acts are used for human food, and 
ance milk is so easily contaaiiaated, 
the sanitation of tka dairy barm la 
a pKme reqnialta. 

3. Vaatllatioa: To remala kaalthy 
and rlgatoaa tka eowi maat be pr»- 
v ded #ltk aa abndaaoa ol traah 
air. 

4. Light. Pleaty at aaMight 

should enter the barn. ■ 

6. Drainage: Damp barns arc 
unsanitary and lead to rheumatic 
trouble among stock and make con- 
ditions favorable for d sease. 

6. Convenience. The arrange- 
ment of alalia, floor space, feed 
room, ate., ■honid receive carefnl 
coaarderatioa la order to save labor. 

7. Bxtra Raoai: Valaaa other 
provision ia made the barn ahonld 
provide for the utalllng of young 
siock. hulls and pregnant cowi. In 
addition to tha regalar a»Hking 
herd. f 

8. Storage: SiiWcient room for 
the storage of hay, teed and bedding 
should be provided, 

%. Permaaaaea: The barn ahouid 
be coaatractad ot aabataatial ma- 
terlal. A coacreu fouadatlM and 
floor are beat and moat permanent. 

10. Cost; The cost of the barn 
shun 111 he in keeping with the size 
and ini (line prodaeiag eapaelty of 
the farm. 

AL'TO OWMSBH IN 8TATB 

PACK HSAvy vovamn 



Superior 
Job Printing 



For 



liRTTRR HK.%DB 
 'OTK HEADS 
MTATKMENT8 




BOOKLETS 
CATAL0GVB8 
OAftUMI OABM 




PiaCARDfl 
8HOW BIU4I 



■LAlfX 

BTiANK MORTOAt 
LEGAL BRIEFS 



In Fact Most Anything ia the Line o^ Stationery, Paper or 

One-Color Printing 

Froa a Pill Box Label to a Barn Door Poster. 

Write. Telephone or Gdl 

THE HARTFORD HERALD PUBUSHING CO. 



"GOVKIUiMKNT BV l RO.\V" 



in Koveniment the people wouli'hoih men and women, and the whole 



many gradea 

axsoe'atlon that 

(if tobacco that 
can li.' referred 



Uven with this larn ' number 



License feea to the amount of |S.- 

i:!6.71 i.44 have been pa d to thel 
.Si;iie illis year by owners of 154, T il j 
motor Vehicles, acciirdlng lo slats-| 
lies annoiinicd at Krankfor; yest • - , 
day. Th sum. wli ch lepn.^ents .in 
Increase of |364,»29. .over 1821. is; 
the toul of raceCpta recorded ap to 
December I 
It eatlmated that tha recelpu! 
next year will be increaaed by at 
least 25 per cent, the new antomo | 
b:ie iiciiise law a^one netting ap-; 



I have no way of judging whether or, ^ Democratic Ticket will win by 
The moat da-seroua character oti"*** the candidate poaaeiaed any of , landslide majority ia November, 
government .s •governn.eni by;«»« «aaiillcatioB8 batttag the klg.h Barda^owa (Ky.) Standard. 

proxy" and no other kind of i,r)ve -i- 
nient is possible when olli' .ui-; are 



Home MH....g.-,.H.at Probl«» lat*r. Krade. the duty of the offl. iul gra.ler „„„ 

— B, and he Is often 



. si |.:\teiii*.. ii Worhera '» "ot an eaay oae, 

household puuled where to put tobacco that 
home eomes In. Careful, neat gradiag 



Ijreaier einiihasls on 
manaKemeiit as a iiha.s.' of . ^ .„ 

a.bini; was iirced dur- wM! help him immeaaely. aad will 



ip the grower alao. 

B. J. KINNEY. 
— la floathera AgKcultnriet. 



icolioniics t( 

int; the course of 'he i oiifi reiice oi 
the home eionoin 1 s seiilon of ihe 
Asaoclatlon of l.iud-Ciani folcKe: 
held In WashlngtoD November 21-23. — — 
In several States the work haa be- Typea af 

gun with kitchen Improvement, the There are three common .typei 
underlying idea beiag to embrace of da'ry baraa; tha. aked or "loan 
gradiiaUy all the many aldea of the to." the oae-atory aad the two-atory 
siibj.ct barn. 

.\liss .Manila \ an liensaalaor, of Til.' typ.. of barn to build de- 
.N( \v Vdik. fad ibai li'iiiii- economics peiids iipiiii local conditions and the 
teachers would be iietli   l mi; an liii- pei -iiiial preferenc e of the farmer 
portant pari of iln ir siibjeii f tiny The shed or lean to" type of barn 
lll^ got develop himsi liii'd iiiaiiaKe- dt'ten 'h poorly lii;b ed, poorly ven- 
MBt to the fullest, extent. The rialed and very unsanitary. It Is 
tarai huaaaknii laaaagnmiat applies very diffleult to produce clean milk 
M the ■■■agiianil of everything ia aaeb a baildlag. The "leaa to" 
that pertalaa to the hoaaeko*.d aad aboald be aaad aaly wkaa tka tarm- 
the care of It. iBcladiag ita as- er raaaot alTord a better type of 
peiiditureH and the aUBdardiaatioa bam. it should be provided wtth a 
ol ii  eqinpiii' ut, aecordtag ta MiM concrete floor, manger and gutters. 
\ an Keiixs.il.e r standard stallH and four square feet 

The i ri:aiir/.alKiii nf lie- lioiiM'lio'd of u'lndiiw i;lass per animal, 
wau consid' r. il a pmiiei lii Id for i   - i jn. oiu-siiiry bai n s (iiii c i om- 
aearcb In lnnue e. (Hiuiiiii s depart- muu. However, ihe Iwo slory barn 
menta of lailCues and olhi r in..t:tu- (u ihc caiiibn I roof is more econo- 
tioaa. by ilu'h Wanlall. of liiinuls. niical when storage eapaelty and 
Heretofore, M^a Wardail pointed i-onvealeace ot teediag are a«Htdar  
out, home eeoaomlca workern have ^ la ratot'oa ta caat. Tkara la ao 
concerned theauelvea largely with obJectloB to atoriac feed above the 
food in its many aapevU. Clotkipg. eowa '.t the foor la Ugkt 
shelter, and household orgaa'iatloa Regardless of what klad' ia choii- 
sbuulud receive attention next, as n shnuld he as eoBvealent as 
well as ri'se.irili in i miperation with pussible beiaiise outside of the cost 
such depart"!' I""* ol a iin verslly as ,,| U yn\ labor is one of the largest 
ekamlairy. niediciu.'. liberal arta. so- tiems o| aaat to tka pra4«ali«k aC 
elalagy, aad engliieeriug. 

H^^jjjggHHy^ of the United 

gutaa DaparlawM ol Agriculture 

home aeoaaalaa aa« aateaaoa work |t i, dMirakIa that aa a4a«aate 
Ited ihoae praaaai tram tka ^taU ^ provided for the da ry herd 



incompetent. 

A good government niuat be a 
bus.naaa govoramaat, bat it muat ba 
the r-'ght kiad of bua^aaaa. A nnr- 
■ham may make moaey In hla atore, 
a banker ' n his bank, a farmer on 
hla farm, and so on through the list 
of private business, yet any of these 
men, though siiKcssrul in thor pri- 
vate bus ness wiiiild prove uller fail- 
ures at the head of a government 
unless Uiey possessed adequate 
knowledge ot government buaineaa. 
They coald aot rua thair owa baa:- 
neaa without experleaea aad kaowl- 
, , edge la their apaoal Uaa, aad ao It 

tee for passenger cars Is based on a govemmenta. Hamaa Uleat 



aiiKiiiiii reo-iM'il trom paaaeBgor e%r 

owners under the old law. 

I'iKler the new law, the license 



Js var. ed. Some men are suited to 

'one i.liluK and wholly untit for an- 

by ex- . 

! periaace. 

A ttata govanuBeat da aacaaaarN' 
! ly compllaatad. It kaa to deal wttk ^jid economy. 
!ao away dICaraat klada ot poopla 



oAea of Qovenor. Yat, aa ioob an' -»«»- 

tWa uBkaowu and uatriad man of CLARBJH* WIOWN " 

Mystery ahouid be elected Oovurnor GXt% % mmaUffn 

these professional politicians, w th 

cards u) play and a.xes lopr nd.' ClaroBce BrowB, appointed mBBa- 

woiild .nter boldly in at the fr.i! R|W District of 

door (if Uie .S..,i, li,,ii..e. and pnu e, 1 ""P """"k Tobacco Qrowers Assoc a- 

lo supply the bra ns of Kovernnieui "PI'"-"''''! "s manager 

.and exp.^rlence la. keil by Ihe Ch ef  • «" Stenim nK district also, ac- 

Executve, in the roll ot friendly ad-  ordlnK to advices from llopkins- 

vlaora aad govarament esperti, and T'"' S'emm nn district is com- 

rlgkt tkara the people would be in P"*'"*' Henderson. Union, Webster 

tor aaothar tall; aad. government b° 1 I'^''^^ °' Hopkins counties and 
by proxy would begla. | usually handiaa about 26,000,000 

However, these references do not PO*"* Of tobacco, 

apply to a lot of business talking Announcement Of appointment ot 

people, who have u mind a d.flerent "WllHam Hodge aa manager for thO 

conception of thinga ^d tka right S^emw'OB tllstnct some weeks ago 

kind of buainess. seemed to have been premature, as 

Will tho people be fooled? We ■'^'r. Ilodge ha.s been unable to take 



charge of 15 ceata for each horse- 
power, plaa 40 coBto for each lOn 

poaadaia weight. a makaa tfce ^^^^ ^.^^^^^^ 
charge on the lighter eara allghtly' 

less, increasing It allghtly on the 

heavier ones. In the |iast the basis 
has l)e..|i -,0 tents a horsepower. 

(J.is Tax It. venue H(.-.  0. MM» . ^ , 

TUu reveuii- derived iiir(,u;;ii the •»«  «» many ■ intricate aad taa- rate of taxation as rapidly ,  »i»t«fct. Richard O'Flynn, Jr., want 

tax on each Ka.U.a of Kaso.ine, wlik .i IW^nt questions that its problems stent with good government, «o Hopkinsvllle Tuesday to JolU 

Is eatlmated lo be about »60U,000 a multiplied and made exceed ngly w. Ihoul any in.-rease of tax use -Mianager Brown and the d'rectora 

ditncult. Its successful operation jjj^ pjegem giate road funds in the 'be other districts of Ihe asso- 



bel,eve they will not. Everybody 'he management of the distr et. 

should want baaiaaaa ol the right His appointment, however, was re- 
klad, aad tkia awant awMit other co'vod with general satisfaction. Mr. 
thlaga to h'ck tha grattara aad Hodge has been an independent buy- 
crooks out the back door, practice »■ HaadaraoB marketa lor a 

pay off the State number ot ydara. 
di^bt. care for the Stale insiitui ons. I CMef Orador for the OreoB River 



ar. alao wtU ba 



next year. 



I he ravaaao raea i va d by tha flUio 
thus far tkIa year waa darlvad troB 
luxes on ISt.tTS paaeeager aatom- 

biies. 17,168 motor tnrtka. l,W 
motorcycles and SI4 daalaw' daaioB- 

siralf on curs, 

Keceipts in I'j:;!. totaling 11.771,- 
887. were reieived on 111,227 pas- 
senger cars, 15,144 motor trucks, 
1,185 motorcyclee aad 741 dealers' 
demoaatral aa earn. 

IB- 1*11, tkara wara bat 
motor vaklelaa ta Koataaky. 

Accordlag to Bugene Stuart. Bee|g»- 
tary ot the Kentucky Automob la 
Club, uiiiiiiiiobllu owners of Ken- 



requires not only an able, honest 
courageous busJness man. but this 
baifness man must also be a slules- 
nutn, or he will fall a belpless prey 
into the haada of deaigBteg persona. 
The Watory ol tko World auy ko 
aaarakad iM vata lor a atagla gmU 

or snceoeatul govaraaMat witkoat . , ^ . ^ , 

- . , mislead the people and muddy the 

men n charge of it, who were well ..... . . „^ . _ . 



moat practicable way to daaaee and elation. The conference, ba ng held 
hastea the eoiapiattOB ol tko loar- Hopkinsvllle, i s for the purpose 
thoaaaad-aila ayataai ol atata Bisk- determining when the reca ving 
ways, eoaaaatlac aad Wadtas iloai koasaa will ba ia shape to take tka 
ly together every aeaatjr ta Xea- •* *^ fV^. 

tucky. 



Deslgaing politia aus are trying 



irsilned and experienced lln govern- 
mental business or HlalesmunBhip, 
wh' le on the other hand a niullitud ! 
of failures In government have re- 

aaltad from inesperlence and want 
Of aafactftir. 
Tka pBkUe may ba latoraatad as 



poilt('cal waters. Their effort to get 
out a groat buach ot eaadldatas is 
uaaeeaaaary aad aBly aadaagara par- 
ty harmoay. 

The Democratic voters of Ken- 
tucky can end this staged parade of xfea 
politi cians by concentrating their 



Tko board ot tko a«h4lA'ary «ara  

houslag eorperatloa tor tkIa Alatrlok 
waa anaoaacad yesterday as tollowa: 

Leek Harris and T. C. Fi eld, Owena- 
boro; R. B. Culley, Stanley; C. O. 
Tong, Rome; John Bibb, Llvla; and 
T. H. Black, Hartford. — Owenaboro 
Inqu rer. 



•IJBtk* 



well aa kaaattad to kaowtog tkat 'o' "« » «»"°«» • Democratic candidate 

tor Ooveraor, wko kM kaaa triad 
oat aad tOBBd to ka Uriatly 
ol kaowa akllty, fra, 



mik. 



Dr. Rrd C. Sdrailer, 
DFNTIST 

Bank BuUdiug 
BBAVBR DAM, KY. 

„^ „„ VI' erly distributed over the State, for 

ioaia ay ,aa «mm u:,„tenaBt Ooveraor aad other Mate -nuuwOv^ -^atardaya. 

■0 fear they woald lasd to tka bvaek *^""'»«" »««»w»or Mia ouer acate 

-"^ — ^ * ••.■.•oBt.ta. 



tucky pay a State I'lcense tax, a gaso 

line tax, o ty license tax. .Stale and 'h 8 "StraBBa fcBg" Ot A 
city property lax and Uovernment wid not a poiibelan for Oov- 
tax on the car at the tlim ^ p^'emor was hat. bed and turned loose 
chaao aad OB acceasoPloa. h" i'^ranlc^ort lust W nter during the 

.*9ta Tar flo ■aaib'* |sesa'on of the Legislature by a small 

Tka aaaBjalloaal tx^ atw^ollad Beat of protesaioai politicians ,tud 
vkaal lag lavlad by tka otf to bMI- ('••'atoUve advisors. They fore:iaw 

■wmmt WB mnmm mf tmm wtf tm mmm^ »#  k. .k^.. ^K. "'rongiand well qualified men, prop- 

«o« to tke parsoaal propartp. MB. • ••P~^0B of Jko-P trom the rf,.„jHu.«rt ov„r .h„ s,„,. Z 
ranged from $8 to ISO oa pmnar goaU by .aa Irala paopU. aad 

aulomublles and from |S to Ml 

on moter trucks. 'of goaU tkaeo po Wto la B a bagaa to 

Kentucky inoioK sis find 11 nec- prepare for SB aadargTOBBd rear eU' 



aad   i  a a   iBd azparlaaaad ta kia 
kaowledge ot bob aad to Ika ala'ra 

of goverameat aad nomlate him, aad 

nominate on the Ticket with h'.m 



Inv ^ 

colleges to make saggeatlOBS at aay ^ arraaged and furnished with the ^.^^^ry to shouldir a heavy lux bur- trance to the Matehonse. 

l ine as to what problems tka de- ||,.,,..s«ury e(iui| nt that 

assUt with. Tbi- 
conference was 



I 



ssary e |uipiiient that sail lury 
milk may bi' produced with the 



pariiiH III •'bl 

greater part of the conlerenco wa» imii. uiuiii of labor and expense 
eoaoerued with home e.onomics n,,i„w are presented the moHt e.t- 
K. iieral adiiiinistra ,, „.|.,| reature.s of a good dairy burn. 



fTokleuu of ^ , 

Uva aaiare, the mprov. uieni of col- deUUs have lo be detaraitoad jo«raal. 
lege .tfaaklag. and special probieau'iM. ^ok todlvidaal tar«. Tkara aaa 

af eataaatoa aad ntMiarcb. „,HBy gaad dairy baraa la Kaataeky. MONBY TO UUID— CB tana 

— but thera dra alga bobm vary 

Mad VdM 1|MMNikt Tfcia Way Akout , vi stakea to daalga are likely the coal rights have not 

tiM* Waadtaa^t 'lo be made wbea tka farmer haa at 5 4 per cent uu easy terms, laa'jority, kaeaase he had no record and 

If p. 1 1, el ..iibMMaiM lor wood «••',„„ ...nddcred lurefuliy bis purti 'iRlKKlTH HBALTY CO., like Andy Oump could be all for 

a build as Bi,iMStal aaald be foaad, «.a|ar ruqulreiuunts. Too often ke .Maaoale Balldlag, Oweaaboro, Ky. ' the people oae hundred per ceat, 
If ..laaNP eaaaatatoal M aaaM ^ ttHtm aa aataida d l aiiaa l aaa aa* MHt aad kavtag aa rtMM ar aapoa: 



den, but they do not lind much to This catchy hut mislead, uk phrase 
drive over., Mr. Btuart commented. coined with a view of fooling 

He said the total tax levied oa auto- " « peoiile of Keuiu. ky and of caus- 
mok'la owaora la aboat twalVO par '"S Uie voters to nominate and elect 
ceat ol the east al ♦iH tar Oairl^ iaaaperiei(ced aad lacompetent 

aaa ao Qoveroor, wko was to ba 
saerathr kaad ptekad Bad aaggaaiad 
ky tkaaa piMrtg'ago MaikraUp tkay 
to a high state ot saltlvattoB, whara aapvatad mUt a aua voaM ba aoaU- 

by a laBdalfda ma- 



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Milk 
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t'oca Coto 
Ooak*B Dry 



HEG'S PLACE 

Hartford. Ky. 



Freeh Oystaia 
Pork Bralas 
Pork Cbope 
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Advertisers Want j 

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Circulation Brings J 



RESULTS 



t^/?e HARTFORD HERALD 
B/?e Largest Circulattion 



Any Newspaper in Ohio County. 



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your 
11 Christmas Room 



5« MAKTHA B. CfHOMAS 

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((F). 19V1, WMtaiTl Newapapar I'nion.) 
TJtTHEN the boy passed tlio baker's 
"» shop "on his wuy to uebuul, he 
nsed to look with longing upon the 
display of pies and cakea and^ rewlve 
,ia Us kMit mx It fortiM abmiM 
mm Mew Um with ommm ha would 
iMlvt enough of a feast for once. But 
In after yean, he passed the 
old Khop and looked upon the 
treasures of the old window, now j 
with a iKiekelf ul of iiiom y, he hud ] 
ceiiNi'il to cart' for the jjoodles, and: 
Weill on, Jiiiclini; hiH useless coliiH. 

What do we wiint now ? .\ot what I 
we used to want. Not more pie, not 
more eandy, not more toys, not even 
more money. The old ambitions have 
been realised, tb* old goals have been 
reached, we bavo the power at wkkh 
we drmmsd, tlM(» doaait satm to be 
anything In right worth mnning after, 
we look out upon a splendid world 
with a falllni; desire for it, we (;o on 
by un acquired momentum rather than 
with zest, ."siill. ue are uiisatislied. , 
Vet we want soiiietliliii,'. What Is it? "'t5hl. 



Mr. Advertiser:— 

You know that the extent of the circulation of your advertising 
medium measures the value of your publicity. Your business judg- 
ment and experience tell you that. 

Would you like to present the merits of your waies or services to 
every third family in Ohio County every week? 

Would the fact that a paper has the largest bona fide circulation 
in your county and is read by a third of ite population, recommend it 
to you? 

The Answer Is: 

ADVERTISE IN 

THE HARTFORD HERALD. 

"It Covers Ohio County Like a Blanket." 
So Reach for your 'Phone,cail Farmers' Mutual No. 73, Hartford, and 

OLLARS 



MAKE YOUR rio 

lo__ 

lUTY 



UOUBLE 



O.VK WK.VK SI'OT 



Many Hartford I'tniple Have a Weak 
■d Too Oftea W n» 



Mur PMpIo tar* • weak spot 
Too oftea it's a bad baek. 
Twingaa tMtm mnrr 

twist. 

Dull aahtac keeps ap, dajr and 



/f^HKKK Ls alway.s u place to which 
" one may llee In lime of nei'd. That 
place la the Inside of our ow n lieaUsI 
PlOTided, of cuume, that the inside of 
our own h«ad« to proparijr (wniiihed 
with iMglulloa aa4 tkat tha koy is 
aot mated la the lodi fma loag dls- 
naa. U you an a Uttia lonely on 
Ohriatnaa ore. or a little unhappy, 
or a Uttle anything that tends to tar- 
nish the t-'liiw of the season why not 
cliiiiti up to that place inside your 
head, rallle the loik, he qiille tlriil 
with the key no mutter liow stubborn 
It is, then enter liilo what Joy you 
may summon iiy your thouKhtsV 

Glad wishes for frieuds are the 
graea wreatha we mar bang in the 
wladows of «ir Ohrlataaa room. 

■opoa for aaotber year are the aan- 
diM we light OB the tahUw 

N«v ptana ara th* ftall ta dack the 
boaid. and vaqr Nbaljr «Mfa wlU ha a 
gtaaat or lo to share them. 

Think of the Vire of Purpoie you 
uiuy light oo your hearth I 

Think of the kIow aad warmth It 
will cast over yuu I 

Think of the eustleb and dreams you 
crowde i out of your heart beiuuse 
you were too busy; llie tine, adven- 
lurow* uues ; the fuuny ones you have 
.JpHtad over all to yowaaUj the shy 
MMMaa woald not ror^ to a soul 
at air pilM. OaM tkM all back and 
sea what a ■plaadtd aat «( tosplratlaiw 
Ibar ara. Tottll IM llk» a aew pMnn. 

And doat twtm ta pad a pNaaat 
on the Tree of Valth tm |WMMtf( 
something you've wsutad al yakr Hfh. 
If you ran't have It this year, waiting 
will make II more pretjuus ; and If you 
can (oh, think of that !) you'll b« all 
the better pre[)«red. 
Do spaad a lUtIa tliaa In year Chrlal  



What do we want? What could the 
Chrl.stmus time liriiiK i:.s of satisfac- 
I tlon? 

How would yuu like to recover that 
g lost art of ImagiaatlonT How would 
a large iBreatment In hope pay you? 
What would that atraaia power of b«- 
lioldlnc the reality and the lorrilness 
of a spiritual world, that mysterious 
power that some have, mean to you? 
If you could be a elilld again, Just for 
Christmas Uve, perhaps, you would see 
the meanluK of the stars Unit ride so 
I gloriously UJxMi th.  IkIIi.us el' s|iace. 
I You niiu'lit I'eel calleil up and out by 
I the supreme and ."utlsljflac Joy that 
I I'hristmas si),'iiilies. 

After all. we in.'iy have ;;aliied the 
world and lust (ailh, an iuimeasurable 
loss. Only ha who k^opa hto chlldUke- 
nes*— oot bla drildlshnees kaows the 
eteraal wortk of ttafb tha aatMat- 
tlon of that averiiMtinc tova that fhtth 
grasps. 

^Vhat a Christmas gift that would 
be ! Was not the old colored 'preocher 
rlKlit when he sang, "All I want, all I 
want ; ail I want Is a little more faith 
In Jesus"? 



Raisin Pi*. 

Ouo-half cupful suKor, 2 cupfuls 
seeded raisins, I % cupfuls boiling wa- 
te, \i teuspoonful salt, 1 teaspoonful 
grated orange rind, S tablespoonfuls 
oranps Juices a tableapoonfida lemon 
Julc« 1  g|iliapoaaflM gratad laaion 
rind. • t ab l aapsfl a f i eotMa^ H 
cupful walnnta. 

Cook raisins In boiling water for 
live mln)ites; pour Into sugar and 
cornstarch whlih have been mixed. 
Cook until rlilck, abont Ave minutes, j ebta 
KemovH from fire and mid other in- 
gredients. Hake between two erusta 
Waiatltt may be umitied if 



liackaeha Id oftoa from weak kld- 

neyn, 

111 Hucb caaa a kldaay iMdietaa to 

lieeded. 

Doan'a XMaajr PUto ara for weak 
ktduoya, 

ror baekaeka and urinary Ula. 

Hartford people recommond tha 

remedy. Ask your neighbor! 

.Mrs. h'osdr ltenii 'lt, Washing- 
ton St.. Ilarironl, says: ' I took 
Doaii's Kidney Tills to relieve me ol' 
an attack of pains In niy back. My 
back pained all the time and morn- 
iiif;s I felt lame, tired and lanculd. 
II was hard to do my hoawwork. 
My kidnoya aatad Irrofatawlr ot 
timaa. I waa adrtoad  hat Doaa's 
Kidaor Pllto woald regulate my 



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U/}e Hartford Herald 



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Owensboro Messenger, Daily 5.10 

Owemboro Metaenger, Twice-a- Week, 2.85 
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New York World, Thrice-a- Week, e . . 2.35 
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Weekly Commercial-Appeal ... 1.S5 
This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscrip- 
tions. New subscriptions mayp if desired, start at a later 
date,'and renewals will data from espuratioii of present 
Send or briof your orders to 



In my baek aad I am thankful to 
say that Doan's cured uw and I 

have had no trouble since " 

I'rieo 6l»c, at all ilealer.s Don't 
simply a»k for a kidnoy remedy — 
(tat Doan's Kiiliiey I'llls— the Same 
that .Mrs. H.-nneit hud. Koster-Mil- 
burn Co., Mfgrs.,. Buffalo, N. Y. 
— Advert IsaaMot. 



Letlen for the Skin. 
The r.nest lotion for preventing 
rough, red hands and chapped lips in 
wlator to equal parts of i^caria, bay 



WANTKI) .M.iii Id Mi.ned Kloy 1 
Clark. Ketailiim llawleich Good 
Health Food Products: Spices, 
Plevors, Medicines, Toilet prepara- 
tions, etc. w ovoryday aoaaasltles 
used by mmtmt. Unm OMpany; 

ad M mrs. Vftvarably 
knowa aU   avop diyiaa. No oi- 
parioaoo, naafladilr capUal aoad- 
M. Wo taaah yaa to manage your 
own permanent bin payiuK business 
»2.O0O-$6,0OO yearly. Write for ap- 
plicallou. Oive age. occupation, ru(- 
ereaces. W. J. RAHLSiaU CO.. 
Dift. IN fNtMrt. Bl. Id^t 



U^e Hartford Herald 

Hartford, Keatucky 



Most 

# W •n^'w^— w — y A~S 

Lihieral Patronage of My Friends and Ci|8ton|ers 

For the Past Twenty Years. 

I will offer thelargMt put of njr ^romlwM ibe of Jmwtirj from DMHnlMr 20, 1922, to Janmry 31, 1923, »t 

OrSE-HAiUF PRICB! 

This iii«k«t it powlhU for every one to buy a gift that it appreciated most of all. Won't joil at least come and 

look. You will be treated courteously and urged to buy. ^ 

J. B. TAPPAN, Jewekr and Optometrist, HARTFORD, KY. 



TheHartford Herald 



l!i' iio l pverjr 
BAKTKUKI) HERALD 
Incorporated 



has two very sweet KirlK. one Ihlr [ 
teen, the other liftem. as he h:n 
(rlendt and connecilona and : 



CO. i re'otWes aronBd there Mmewhere 



'He IS • Mkool toMkor. b«t the 

' ' — ' old plaRue, *eaiieer, kaa ainost got 

Catered according to law at th* h ,,, hc. Is simply deatitute; It 
KJ'or t^urirnd'^raM" "'"iK..ep.s .he .ir;s ..u.y .aK.ng care ot 

. ^ I him and reailiiiK to h m. If anyone 

WKUXKSDA V. IlKC. 20, 19S2 ;,.;,„ tin,i ;i,iy of h, s liien(l   or r«-Ia 

ilo so for iliey 
, 111 .  1. Some w^iiii to imr li 
.9I.BO |,„,||. |i,)iis.'. Inn lie "lout want to, 



CHRISTMAS IN THE AIR I 

BONNER 

keen and rold 

pmnv »|! 
every W 



Sl iJSt IIII'TION- 

ONE YK.Mt 

SIX MONTHS 

THKKK WU.NTH8 ... 
SliNGI.K OUl'Y 



RATES 



  or r«'Ia- Z 

in sore i J. 
iiii in th-'l ♦'li 



.80 



loave b s children '.u last days. 

.NC;,... ^ur. SSiThat would be • -^h^"";;; ' 

SubHcrlptton. requlrtng papar to Tke M»Moa, ^«JP^» 'V™ 

be sent beyond th« third PoataI;aBd we hare bewi helpiag him for 
Sona will not be aecaptad tor lata, two years.. His two flne gtrto any 
than One Year at 9t.7B. I ,„u  mipht be proud of. Mr. Keen 

i\l VKK'riSI\tJ KATKS ii^'" relatives. Ilv-.ng somewhere In 

Loe.H .\.!v, 't-nut.' in,- per line for ^'i.i"  'ounty. I hope by your help 
til.' ln i 1:1s. rlieii and Me per line to siici'.-ed ia KettlBI lonie balp fo 
for e.ii li insertion thereafter. jj^ 
Rates for Display Ailvertiilng mado ' 

known on application. 
All political advertlalBK, caah ia ad* 

vance. , » — 

TelephoMa ! ATTOR.XKY8 FOK I   A U K 

Farmers Mutual voiti. sKI/KfTRD 

Cumberland Loai DtoUaca 

Cards of Thanks. Resolntlona of ., , vvaldaner assi.^tant id 
Respect. OWtuarioH nnd Obituary "^"^ 

Poetry, 1 cent per word. Ileadllnet Aaron Sapiro, market nj; expert, to- 
knd HiKiiattires S cents each. day anuounred that loeal  imn.sel 

Xotic^M of Cliiircb flenrkea Froo jiiad been appointed In nine of the 

~" i ten warehouse diatrlcU. The at- 



I 



IK ed in getting some help 

Keen. 

Hoping to hear frmn .\oii  -ih'u. 

MRS. C. 11. URA.NT. 



By MARY Q 

TIIK air was keel 
nnd itivic'rritin!:. Tli 
wiis lallin;: ceiilly. In ever.v )] 
lionsc Clirlstina.s jiresents wore jv| 
lirlntf wTiippod, cheery mesuKea S 
and cards and letters were (1 
beliw tmL AlBMWt • forgotten I 
friend! were tbonght of and re- 
inorobered bjr a eaid, a wtab, 
u small gift 

For Ckrlatnaa waa ta tbo air! € 
(d Utt. WssMtn Mwstaate Uataa) ^. 



% lM i  » W » l l» l WIWH lW i »» » »IW 

XBW BANK IN DVNOn 

IS NOW a omiATioN 



WEUNESDAy. DEC. 27, 1»2S 

WOODROW WILSON 

BIRTHOAV MKUTl.NU 



The following letter has been re- 
ceived by Hon. R. E. Lee S mmermau. 
Court Cliainnan of the Woodrow 

W lson Konndaiioli ; 

!■ ar le'liiw worker: 
The loUowiiiu Tele(;raiii watt Bent 

11 the isth. l/y Hun. Ilol), ri W. 
JUlngbani, Kenineky. Chairman, to 
Charles w riann. District cha rmaa, 



toraeyt were selected bjr Mr. Wal- 
daaer after conferences with various 
offlclaU of the Dark Tobacco Grow- 
ers' Co-operative Association. The 

appo'niments follow: N 

II, |,k ii:,v II.' Ilisti-i. I ; MeKinile 
aiiil Siriith: Il.'iidi rson KIstr i t. Yea- 
man and Yeamuii; HowliUK (Jreeii 
DiBtrict. John K. Ilhodis; ( lark- 
Vi'lle District. A. H. Oholson; I'adu 
cah District, Bradsbaw and Mi- 
Doaald; Owaaaboro Dtetrict, T. 
Blrkkead 



The new Bank at Dundee, known 
as the liank nf Dundee, opened Its 
doors, and liooks l,)r Inisinoss Tnes- 
d'ly, l)e,(iiil er 12. Ueports are 

I 

I that a ittrge amount o( business is 
Ibelng trunsBcled by the new Instltu- 
t'on and that prospccta are flattur- 
Ittg for future snceesa. 

The artielea ot lacorporat!on were 
nriKinally grafted With tbe Instltii 
tiou bearing the name of "Roueh 
It v.T Bnnk" .Init It became neces- 
■ \ 1(1 , liiiir^e. du,' to the fact that 
another lianU in the .State bore thai 
name. 

■  m 

MBHDiUIRH KOJKY BNTBR- 

TAIN WrrU ROOK PARTY 



Meadamea A. B. and L . T. Rrey. 

entertained with a root party In a 

very (h'liKhtfal mann,'r at th,' hoiMi' 
of tile latter, on Main Street Fr day 
al'iernoor.. ill,' 1,'ith. .V dell, ion ; 
salad loitr.sr- was siTved, and the 
J.'. KUests inclndeii the followinc : 

Iffarray District, Oolamaa Mesdames J. S. Glenn, E. U. 



Woodrow Wilson Foundation: 

Mr. Wilson's Mth. Birthday to be 
celebrated thronghovt the land, as 
Woodrow Wilson Day-marks the 

.(impli tion of the Woodrow Wilson 
,\I liioii Kndov. nii'iil. of which Ken- 
Micky has ra d :o dal.- ^-^. i I S.HO. 
A'on i you a-; . li iunian ot your dis-^ 
. i , 1 , p . a . a n an;;" i li . .in,' i i !U 
jour district for iiieeiinKs on that 
day. Bach meet'n); to draft l.f.r 
telegram of b rtbday greeting to be 
seat to Mr. Wilson, atttng that Na- 
tional Damoastratloa akoald mark 
close of fonadatlon'B ineeeeatal el- 
iiiri. as. K.'titaek'aaa should do their 
,,art n iiiakin* glad the heart of our 
fX-pr, .idiiil 

I'U'M.se wire me ai my .-xin nse. , 
UOUKKT \V. Hl.NCII.V.M. ' 

I sugKest that yon have your 
county pap 'r pnlilish the above leie- 

aram. aad the suggested call, tor 
your eovaty, or seiM atkar aaltaWe 
form of call that yon may prefer. 

Appoint your commMtee, ea tole- 
gram. In advance so tkat a anltablu 
telegram may ready to send to Mr. 
Wihron. 

Pleaae write me that ihiH has been 
attoadad ta. 

Yours truly, 
t HAUl.KS WllJ.IA.MS, 

Chairman 4th. Con, Da. 
la eaaipltaaeo wllk above request: 
A meeting of tke ettlaaaa ot Oklo 
county Is called to maat at the oSce 
of tjieun it Himmenaaa. Hartford 
,11 Thursday the 28th, day Of Dec- 
. nibi r, at 1 tti» o'clock, to 

,elebrat . the litiih. b rlhday of 
Woodrow Wilson markum the suc- 
cessful efforts of the Koiindalion, 
and to aend suittble bitter le'eBram 
Of Klrtkday Coagratu'at oas to our 
«s-pro Maat. 

. Vary a'aaaMly. 
R. ■. kU MMMMUIAM. 



Lancaster: OalUtIn Dtatriet, Barraes. R. T. Colilas, J. B. Tappan, 
W. W. Pardne. O. Martin. Barrel Bnlleager. H 

These attorneys will assist in T. Holbrook. B. B. Blrkkoad. Bell,; 
lonninK Ih,' subsidiary warelunis.- ^tooper. O. T. Burns, Loon H. Bishop 
loi pora! ions and w II raiulle all lo- and A. D. Kirk. 

cal ienal bn.^ini'Sh of th,' A;..M i ia ion. — 

Mr. Waldauer has received accept- K.MtiHTS c»K I'VTHUS 
aacea from all of the men named. { klk t omCBRH 
I 



ORAmNO nmONBTRATIONB 



MRS. AMELilA BAIBB 



lloii ;h Klver l.odt--,- -N'o. Ilo, 

Knights of Pyih'as, has elected the 

.los. ph Passonneau. manager of tollowlag oBeore tor tko eaauluK- 
ih,' Ki. iii s.rvi.e Division of the aoii-aaaBal tam: 

Dark Toba,, (i Crower s Co-operative P.,Bkoadn, C. 0.; ■. S. HOVard, 
Assoc at ion. has ann,.unced that a V. C; W. J. BeaB, PrOlatO; John B. 
series of siripp nn and Kradinc dem Wilson. K of R, A S.; A. I. Nail, M. 
onstrations will be held at various "f J- »• ••"•tie. M. of F.; W. 

poinu la the district. Expert tobacco Tinsiey. M. of A.; F. T. Belcher, 

men wlM ha la charge of tbe exhlbl- I- O ; J ••' ollii»P««. O. O .aa* 0. — ; 

tOtUwU aU «a0Btiaaa aboat tko O. Hunter Trustee. , • Mrs. Amelia Balse, aged 103 years 

maaaar af ■ssnefltiM at nn iiiri officers elect w.'.ll be Installed died at the home of her son. Mr 

t ve taLw» tarUoWiafca^r^ •» »••««»• J»nu«ry 2nd, at George Balse, of Horton. on Thur» 
be answered. , 
Whenever possible the domoaatnf • httdkioa for the moaikora. 

tons will III- held in pubVe build- 

in !s wlii r,- a larK'- luinibi r of farm- 
ers may i oliKri'uale. Tobac, o barns 



Protect Your Battery! 



FOR YOUR INFORMATION: 

If your Battery U not fully charged it will freeze. 

If you do not use your car, regularly, your battiery will soon 

go down. 

If a battery is not being used, it should be chiarged once a 
nnonth, for it damages if allowed to stay partly discharged. 

A battery will last indef finitely and give good service if 
prdperly cared for. 

Kei^ the battery clean; don't let mud and water collect on 
top of the coils': wash it with baking soda and water. This 
will also remove the green corrosion that accumulates around 
the posts. _ 

Keep the hold-down clamps tight; don't allow the battery 

to shake or bounce around in the bracket, as this, will break 

the sealing compound and the hard rubber jars. 

Don't allow the small vent holes in the filler plugs to be- 
come stopped up» for th^ gas that forms in the battery must 
have an outlet. 

We inspect your battery and fill it with water free of charge. 

We will keep your battery in a warm room for* you this 
winter, ar. d charge itohce a month. For this WO charge One 

Dollar per month. . . ' 

Come in and see us.' " " ■ . ' 



BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. 

BEAVER DAM, KY. 



anil other lartn buildings will be 
used in sections where larKcr houses 
are not available. i 
I All mamkara ot tke Association 
are argod ta attaad aaa ar Moro ot 
these meetiaga la order tkat tkajr 
I may leam how to pat tkoir tobaaeo 



will kt 

wklah Umo tke Lodge pUns to kavo.tey, Doeomber SI, ot inflritles due to 

old ace. I^e was born and lived to 
a traaqall old ago la Ohio County, 
•ke waa tka aMtkor ot tea ckildroa, 
■MOT omCBRft eight boya aa« (wo iMa. Mm ia aat^ 

vived by oaly two aoas: Mown. Oeo. 

The Hartford Tent, No. t9 Kd ghts and Joseph Bsise . Her ma i dea aame 
of the .Maccabees, recently elected the was DuvuU. 

foliowinK Qfllcers for the ensuing She was u sister of Captain Duvall 
term: who served In the Civil War and 

K. H. Foster, Commander; Qec. was once Sheriff of Ohio County. 
O. Wtlllanis. Uiout. Com.; James H Mrs. Balse leaves many friends and 
in iood order and In tbe best coadl- Wriltlams. R. K.; A. K. Aadar«», rolatlvae wk« aioara t^ir lo.^ She 
tion for the receiving stations. It Chaplala; W. H. tVUaopio. Nt: ««• Was istortadia tka Kawfl.oigwtery 
is point.-d out that on, o' •ii,   h ef A. WtlVam, Ptakot! J. Bark^MT aaar Meat 

» ui wuiiama, F. M. ot 0.; Badk Tkylar.' — Oaa t r lk atad. 
a. M. of o.: i. P. OlUaaiio. leat 
Drs. A, B. Riley aad ■. B. PeadlatMi 



point 

beu, tits of 111,' inarki tilik: [lool 
li,. lb,- ailv, man, -oils s, 11 lit ri'sult- 
lUK from proper grad ue. If every 
grower does h s part the graders, elected P hya'clana . 
will be able to do tkelr work more' 
eOeioatly. 



I 




I HAVM 



PUT IN A 



ma: 




Local friends of .Mr. Auburn T cU- imA\D SKVl UNB OF UROilCHlBH 
enqr. son of .Mr and .Mrs. L. B. T ch- |n C, Ui THR BVTiJfW" I VOBM  
will be glad'im^y OOOVraW, WMMI 1 



I enor, of near Hartford. 



I'AMHYVUJJi to leara that he was reoeatly eaieet- 



Tko HaritaN Wck 
kali team tied ap wttk tko Uka a«- 



ed to BMko tka priaalyal 
a dialviat kaa«Mt •( 



HOI'K T   MKKT AVn 



IMIfiiti 



IM  BU8I- 

WITH ALL MV 01J  CUM- 
AJfB iWSMIM, !■ WMLL 

Caaatf Okalraaa 'gr^atlaa Iram tke CaaeyvUie High 'couat of kU kavlag audo tko keet'AB MANY MBW ORIR. I nULL 

PrMay night on the local 'record of baalaesa at k!a AlUaaee, ^ TAKK PAINR TO aiVR YOV 

kofore a Kuod-s zed crowd of Ok'O, ageacy. | COriiTKOl'H TRKATM1').\T AND 

Kuiiie was a Kood. ,'','Hn,| 



AMKMD FOR POR- ^ 
MRR OHIO OH^IIITV MAN 



Ilulil Knoll, Ark . De  
Kdilor Hariroril lleruld 

Dcsr i*r Wiab you would put 
this article u your paper about Mr 
C. A. Koao. who Uses aear me aaU 



^ hard-fousht on.. i .suliluj; n the 

.vietory of tke home boys to ihu tune 



NSW VIAR CALLS 



o( 11 «a 11. RakI rak! rahl we are 

off on aaolber chawploaablp spr at. 



TIte Anwrlcao custom of New Tsar 
day cnlln, so prt val» il lu the lUK-lal life 
of this vtiUBliy 111 the .Mueteeittti cen- 
tury, ta liitlr |Mtattl«ed t«4M* 



THK UUHT MKIU'HANUIHK 
MARKICT AKFUHUH AT THK 
IMAn POWUBliB «XMT. 

Voare traly, 
V. ». t'AHHON, HarUord. 




Tbe Geo. Delker 6110 

for Style, Quality and Durability \ 
caunot be euiUsd. Call sod look . 
them over. 



AGTOM mOS. 

Hartf ordf Kye 



mm4 



We Thank You. 



We want to extend to our friends 
and patront our deepest apfnrecia- 
tkMi for their Tery liberal pttroiuif e 

through the year 1922. We have 
tried our utmost to give you the 
Very best merchandise that the 
market aff ords» and 16 keep prices 
down to the lowest possible margin, 
as well as to he kind and courteous 
to every one. These efforts, we are 
8iire  you wiU appred^te. We ex- 
tend to you a very cordial invitation 
to make our store your shopping 
he«dqularters for 1923. Wishing 
yoii all a. merry Xmas and a happy; 
pio^sperbus New Year. 




THE FAIR DEALERS 



+ + + + + 

0 hOCAL DABHM O 

Mr. ■. Pat., p:tr, wm ia Ow- 
~ •( MM 



Hot Soup, lOc: at 
HsTi. 



Mn. L«M  , 



«itr, tyent 
la BvuB- 



Mn. S. T. CMlM. t.tj, tiMiit la^t 
WMk Wttk few teachtar, MIm Mary 

Wama Oblltat. tt t4niiiTlll«. 



When you nMd a Iaa4 of COAL, 
call THI BLUi ICB OO. Baitford. 
Ky. ' BO-lt 



Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk. c:ty. 
spent the holidays as guests of 
friends and relatives In Louisville. 



8KIFF LOST— Urok. looM at 
Da84M..Bam. ^'m. Bllto. Notify 
j. ■. UnCHMUL, Oaatfa.. lUward. 



Mn. 8. O. K.3wn, city, !■ ipand- 
iag a taw day* ia LmUagtoa this 
WMk, aa th. (uost of b«r soil, Mr. 
Ollmore, aad Mrs. Kmwb. 



I want roar HIDES. 

D. L. It. SANDHKru, 
46tf Iifav r Dam, Ky. 



Mr. iiiKl .Mrs. Clarence IJartlcll 
and little son. Lav. rence D., city, uri^ 
apanding tbe bolidajrs with relatives 
noar Owaaaboro. 



Mr. and Mra. Clyd. Park, of the 
Concord commualtjr. wera the re- 
cently gaaata of Mlaa Braaatyne 
Ralph, city. 



'Kara pl.aty of serMaad coal on 
hand at all time*. 

. BLLIS ICE CO.. 
49-4t Hanford, Ky. 



Mr. ami Mr«. \V. i\ H al. and 
children, 1 ity, w. vi receii; weok-end 
KuealH of .Mr. Heal'.s parints, in 
Owaaahoro. 



KYES EXA.MINKI) and frames 
fitted by the latest methods. 

t. B. TAPPAN, 
Optonatrlst. 




I If it were possible we would like the pleas- 
S ure of personally greeting each one 

1 of our many friends, who, through 
1^ r their loyal co-opeiatioB, have con- 

2 ) tributed to ijie success of thisbusiness* 



Pleeie. accept our Best Wiahei for a 
BouBlihilQuistiiiasand a New Year 

^lled with Happiness and Prosperity. 



And throughout the coming years; it will 
- be  ^ aim lo perpetuate the cordial, 
rektiont ' which have marked our 

dealings with you.. 



Carson &; Go 



Hartford, Ky. 



Miss Florenc. N.lBon. tMch.r In 

the Hartford High school, l.ft Sat- 
urday for Henderson, to spend a 
week with her parents. 



Miss Gladys Bennett, of Louis- 
ville, arviveil Kr  lay. ii  -iieinl a I'e v 
days with h ^r imreiii.--, ,Mr. and .Mrs. 
D. 8. Bennett, and other relatives. 



.Margaret Esth.i I'ooli. alter 
au exti iidi'd visit to her s sler. .Mrs. 
Joliu I*. Taylor, and .Mr. Taylor, 
city, has returned to her borne In 
Vkkabars, M!ss. 



See nliat you uel. Fill your gan 
taak with Good Gulf Gasoline at our 
VMbl. Paav. 

WAMJLACm, TAVUm A llOBBIB, 

Ky. S9-tf. 



Miss Datsy Wedding, of Ijidiuiiapo- 
il.s, Mil., arr.ved in Harttorcl Saiur 
day til Kpeud tbu bolidayv with her 
fathe r .liMtv'e tL R. 'WaM'.BC, aiil 

.Mrs. Wedding. 



Miss Ella Mae McQuary, a student 
in the local high Mhool went to 
Bait's Run Saturday, to spoad tbo 
Xaua holidaya with har paraata. Mr 
aad Mrs. T. ■. MaQaary. 



M(s. Stop flbah^and daughters, 
Ol'isses BoaAta aaA Lena Rae, city, 
were the rwMt week-end Kuests of 
Mrs. Bosh's slater. .Mrs, I . M lum, 
of DrakMboro. 



Mr. and ^ Mrs. Henderson Mur- 
phraa, 9f Owrasboro, arrlvad In this 
eity, Friday, to spa&« tha hali4aya 



^ Mff. Marphraa'B paraatt. 
«k4 Mr*. Rowaa Haibroak. 



Mr. 



Mr. and Mra. Hlnton T. LMch, 

city. Weill lo Central City Sunday, 
where they were the guests of ,Mr». 
Leach's purenis, .Mr. and -Mrs. Jainus 
Caskay Bennett, until Monday n gbt 



A Glimpse of Cooper^s 
LdLnd of Toys 



\X7E have given over to display of 
playtime playthings a good por- 
tion of our floor space, and there are 
hundreds of joy producers for the 
Uttte folks. This department is for 
them, so bring them in and let them 
enjoy it. Everything in the shape of 
of a toy is there. 

Our stock is being looked over everyday, and picked 
from. Not until you have actually visited our store 

and seen its wonderful array of gifts — the most sensi- 
ble you can buy, will you appreciate it. Take ad- 
vantage of this offer, and do so early, bemuse the 
stock is decreasing every day. 



Come At The Morning Hour And 
Avoid the Afternoon Rush. 

Don't forget our big line of Furniture for Christmas. 
There is nothing more useful and pleasing than a nice 
piece of Furniture in the home. 
Also, we bave a big line of Ladies* Hats, that are re- 
markable in style, quality and price. Nothing like 
these have ever been shown here before. 

Our Ladiea' Ready-to- Wear and Gent's Furi 
Departments are complete in every respect,. 





Beaver Dam, Ky. 



Mrs. C. \V. Kvaiis and son, Clyde,' 
of .VIciberly. -Mo . are ilie Kiiests of 
 Hts, Uvans' sister, Mrs. C. K. Smith, 
and Mr. taMkt elty. 



Can tamlah yaa eoal a load at a 
\lm. to save It alaoklag iajraar eoal 
house. 

BLLU ICB CO.. 
Il-^t * Hartford. Ky. 

Mr. «^ Mrs..V. P. Ugon and 11- 
tl. aaa, Verao^^ P. Jr., of Vrfakfort. 
fftor apwtfiJHl • U^jttit* ^tk Mr 
btcaa't liittv. 
la HMAaraaa, 
to nmfim \k. lawt of Mrs. L'goa's 
parwiy Or. aad Mrs. i. R. Pirtla. 
vta " 



Mr. aM Mn. Mward Haaaar. af 

Cincinaatl. Okio, arrlred hera Baa- 
j day, tar a akart visit with relatlvaa 
Ika kalMays. 



WANTED— Breom 
made ap oa tka 
BMBt daalfaC wUI 
eaeh. Waal 



corn id h. 
lit Mak pay- 
tar aia 
mil it 



*• ^W'^S.^i^'if*' MM LattehLld road 



oa. wa wm alMraa l*a 

Mtra par hroom. V. L. SCHROADBR, 
KaaU I, HarUord, Ky.', oa Harttard 

•0-lt 



Candy! Candy I lOc 
pound and up. Special,'^: 
on Choeol«t«. 30c. j'*"' 
TfNi'a RssUurant i» n 



MR. rARMBR MAKB MORB 
MONBY by paylac laaa iBtarMt aa 
th. BOMy yea aara. laa aa tor ttH 
immitmU l Imb ia •  



M. V. 



PARKP. 

Kjr. 



Have You Seen tbe 1923 Model 

Ford Roadster ? 

dispky at our 

garage. 

WAVER DAM AUTO Ca 
Bmrm Diub, Ky. 



^ IN 




nit HARTroM 



DROPPED 

FROm SATITA'S PACK 






■ Christopher (,i v"'«^;v ; 




J JOHN WILSONS iM.y couU j 
I liiivf wliiitevtT lit- wanted 
I Nut hlH fattier liiid (oreot ! 
K-ii ■omcthJng. wbra Mr 
vviUm wu • boy hlmMli 
lie bad oftM llogend l ) 
tliu bnker'H woodiiw on liii 
way to Hcliool nud resolved 
that when lie liiiil l ecoiiu 
I ninn iiiid liiid ni.idi  )iN rortiiii- 
I* uoiild Imy niil tlie ImiI;it uiu' 
ti.fTi nil llii- pii- 111- wanti'd : Iml 
nctv- W'itli itll his [n iti'-\ Mii'l iili 
h^s' tii;lIlli(HMl hi' hiifl hist liis l:is(t  f(i[ 
1*4' Mild  -niild p:i s (ti«' Iiakt-r's shn] 
iTilhxiit iKilii'ilm ilii' li'irip'la.' 'Il'i l:i . 
«r. Wllsnn hiid fi i r, if tfu thiii. 

Ii W IN iiliilii ilni Ih' liiid forL'otti'n 
•'. i  |- III* hill! I;it.cn loliii Jirtlidi- dnw l; 
hi (lie ;;ri'iil stmi' on l' ':irr sirrri iiiii 
mill liilil liiiii thiit hi  •' i'.:M !i:i\ ' tm 
1u. ChriMiiiiis cidchriiliiiii iiii.vlhili;; iii 
rtvY.vlhiii;; thtil lie aiiw there, and 
«tu n his Mill huU I'xvkeU thhiRK ovei 
Mher carak-Mi}- without wanting any 
, ba bad bem aarprlaed. The fkci 
bowaver, that Junior. Ilka hli 
Mher, iMd already hnd too much to 
4Mr   anything riirtlicr. Junior had 
.arver kiMiwn what il Ih to tM» bunxry 
•Uliout Kii|i|il.v. lie hnd never even 
%id to rry fur thIiiKR. He had lived 
aader hm i iiliMiiirlni; i'iirn':  ' pln friitii 
Wa Brst ,':i lil sihxhi nil iIh' \v:iv nn. 
vtlliiiiil Ihi' jiiy 111 iiiiil.ir",' 1 i:irt mil 

M 1v.li vvhri'K, -.in :i:i 1 :i hii.'lfil. 

H 1 li 'i'hiiii i- Willi ilii- I'iMiiaiils i)f 11 
ninety iif old |i:irl.iim h.i, .-.d ihiit 
it nun very dilliriiU, iiidt utl, to devlMu 

• New Meiuialion for young Wiiaoa or 
tfnille n new doRlre. 

Willi Ihi' |ii '-i iiriiiu: iirmip uf entor- 
Jaiiu rs |M'i rnriiiiii;! iiii llii  .snow-cuv- 
•mtil lawn lM fore the hoiine, however, 

# wua dllTerent. They Htrut-k atti- 
Mo*, formed Bguroa, ebaaed each 
•ilbcr alKtut, and gave their wliola pro- 
tmat of tableau with an eye on thn 
WlowlnR rollertlon and nnder the lii- 
4plratloii of the hope tint It would l)   
a luri:» one. They'd nevi-r outKrown u 
•lab or koown the full ■wtlafaetiou of 
mt, their appetltaa were alwaya luen, 



a laree. •* well nn a motley one. The 

solecllon of tin' prt•'■l■nt^^ liiid clveti 
.Tnnlor n oiiddcn mid ni'W Intrri'vi nnil 
piiiiMin- lit llic l.li; Miiic. for llic 
iliiiii^iiii; 111' t'i:i  I'm' ntlnTS «:is a 
novi'Iiy 111 hini. imd iiiit irip;il Ion of 
'heir Iiiippy si;r]iriyi"S !i:iil lillcil Ills 
niiml Willi irhiiliirss. It \vii8 with ii 
ii ;ii wi'iri.riii' Mini :i hciirly handshake 

fliiit lir  .'ii i tcil Ills i-iii'sts. 

At liv^t tl'i' I'luiipiiny \v:is riitlicr 
OMTrthcliiii'il liy till' spli'iiiliu-s of llni 
Wilson hniisc. lis rl li fiiriii'-lilii;;.': 
and dazzlInK llRlitii made 8ui'li run- 
traata that the boya and glda felt out 
of place and cooapicnoM. But f fter 
the nnwtBdhig of the cobwabk the 
fitranda of which led each one to a 
hldilen pift, iind when ihe cnmes had 
ninde tliom forKotfuI of themselves, 
the Joy of It nil not Into their feet and 
made them danre, (lie delleht of It 
nil iniiili' fhcm sine, and they gathered 
.ilioiit till' hlc rhrlstinus tree that 
lieiiiiii'il iind twinkled In a rorner of 
the piirliir with nil entrer expectancy 
that made Junior a very happy Santa 
• 'Inns, as he dlstrlhnted his favors. 
Then, when the table had been cleaml 
of Its dainty reflieshinenta, the leader 
said that they watMiI to elve some 





(|jng«r«d by the Baker's Wiodow. 



A Little Girl Responoea. 

'ndoor tM'iiou'JX Iit llieir hu.^ls tieTore 
tiiey ueni. 

Sill he railed tirsi for .M.i.laliie .Mel- 
ha, and a little Kirl respondwl with 
all the aplonili of a prima donna. 
Then 8ignor Caniao assumed a kliigly 
attitude and looked upon tlie asaemhty 
with na much aa he could aaaunie of 
dlsnlty. He waa fdilowad by Mr Har- 
ry Latt ler, who added to his poature a 
vente of "It's Nice to aet Up In the 
MoriduK." Tlilu seemed to siitfiiest 
the Idea of Koln;; to hed first, and 
there was whlsperlnir iihoin retnrii- 
Imu' home, lull one of tlic ;;iiesi- smIiI 
lliey iMiisi liavi- a sont' friiin San- 
ta Cliiiis I'l'fori' llii-y went. 'I'liis 
rMllirr alanni'il .liiiiinr at tlr^i. Inn he 
r.'si. to it Willi a line or two froui "Olil 
KIol' '"ole Was a Jlerry (dd Soul." 
which salistled the deninnd. Then 
they all Joined handa In u rine and 
sang the OhriaMMa cani, "Away In a 
Manger," and ao ended the Wilson 
party. 

Am tlie tuippy shouts lingered on 
the Chrtatawa wiad the WUaoa fanilly 
liresentad a tableau the— eltrea. Mr. 
Wilson stood by the wiadow, looking 
tfter the departtaig children. Junior 
Keeined arrested In the act of kIvIiik 
iiway the Joy of the ChrlKtmas tree, 
while lil.s iiiotlii r paused hy the table 
lliat Kleuiiieil Willi silver, seeniing to 
li'i'l lu'iiin a roi-^:olti ii iilailness. The 
piriv lefl Ml' li iiM iiii|iriiil upon llie 
\\ iNoiis' heurtH that they have never 
tried to havt • OMMM* !• 
theiUKflveit. * 



.i^tu^uj^hst^a^iui. I PHOTOORAPHS 



ukI Mieir eiijo) iiieiit of llieir siiiiill 
;«iTiii.H III loriiiiii-.s favor* was i;riiit- 
t ihiiu all the full that John Wllnun 
«D'i Ilia 
life. 

Till' eiilerlniiimMll M brin;; one 
■«•« tiling Into tha rick aioiiutuuy uf 
wiiHun buuaehoid, however-^hat 
ar Ktvlug a Ohrlstmas party to some 
ate would appreciate It aa4 a( thua 
tbtaiaiag a atw esperiaaee ttt th»- 
«i*ea. 

The UMeau perfonaer* we/a the 
4nM ta raeeiva i wKalU — . and they 
aathariaad la each lavUa t*a of 



DOKV mlBd what your laok- 
inrgiasa talia youl Mm Is 
prejudiced lu your favor and 
she'll ciii-rlHh your photogmph 
and tell you It doeitn't really 
ijiilte do you Justice. Sn have 
il taken aud k'ive It to her for 
I'hrlNtluas. The caiueru hun 

Htoud luaay a shock and will 
doubtieaa aland Baay ■■■■ to 

cuine. 




^ ViU M.Maufifi •e-e-!S;ju*r^ 

CHREmAS Ell! Tn bw Ai Wib: kl fMi Mws y 
iit il v mk\\ i M i ■ in at # IN w 

bjif^LMMe^ Ts tiM ml; % IM Ii 1^ 

jtriab that beset tk weary Imn of M'-'/^Jl 
ilTis Oiristmas Ere! Quick, stir the 
■i Aid k its nidiir ihrw 

: )Wt1 ill 





^^J jWel^ afak the oU^ paths; the oiiMiBie (mails well mcd; 
"" Ani to the ohMine bones ef jpth wcl tny with Mny feel 
M M atlMt II kmtMl MiijiNi'i 




Aid l^agaii Ae jojns hopes we Ered Id 
jibe dock ticks on;^ 
' Swings softlyTo ao^ fro; 
i evet y tick a 

And so anol'icr CLnstniaS comes. We linger in the gloom 
While fchoslly forms of thildhood's friends troop in and fiO the rocm. j^3'jj'''' 
No wcris weUi eaL To ineinoiy s view come nsioos thick and fasO/ 
Aod'liff.aniir Hflitw^iifardiyirfiiiHL^. T/^ 
' " • .;r r - Did" Tnne the tide of life tarns back, ^^^^^^ 
^0^- 'J^ Ana on its ebbing flow „ ^ 

We glide again through golden hours'^jv. 
"^^^ Of Chnstmas tiines of kiOK ago! 



= 1 



i A JOLLY 

ii SCRAP-BOOK 



By MARTHA V. THOMAS 




liiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilR 

Cy, liCA Vvi'kivru .si'Hi.^|M-r Luiuu. i 

JOLLY scrap4MMil(8 for diiidren who 
are unl'ortuiiute In beliit; 111 lu hos- 
pitals at Christmas time — or In any 
other place, for that matter — may he 
made of lii'i|.'lit- '(ilored advert Iseineiits 
pasted on cloth. l)ark-)treen lanihrlc 
niaki s an excellent liHi-kniomid. If It 
Is cut in rectuiit,'les of IS inches liy 13 
anil folded oni'e tlirouch the center of 
the longest side, you have then four 
large paints for your book. Thr«e of 
these re -tangles make a rcspoctable 
showini; and |i«« waagh space for 

many picturea. 

The brii^ter adianlaamati tha he^ 

ter, and If yea caa tUak of a fUmy 
name ta paata andemeath each one, 
the chtldrea will aqueal with delight. 

Sometimes variation may he gained by 
cutting the pictures In outline, if the 
flgures ore large enough. CoTera of 
magaslnes often afford good material. 

A pretty cover for your book may be 
arranged by cutting small sqnarea Into 
trianglaa, using the gumined |Mp«r 




To Decorate Christmas Scrap-Beok. 

i 'hrlstmas ribbon 'of different colora, 
furnished at all atorea in the holiday 
si iison. Oat aa broad a rlbboa as poo- 
slide, cat It ta Buka a a«aai% thw cut 
the squra tUagoaally, L e., from e«ner 
to comer. You will then have four 
triangles of equal sis«. Cut another 
square of Houiller sise In the same way, 
giving you four additional triangles. 
These eight pieces can then be ar- 
raimed as fancy dictates to make a 
del oration In the center of your cover. 
I 'lie sill h simple arrrinKeiiieiil is shown. 

Of course lliese triiiiiKles iiei il to be 
iiioisti-iu'd and stuck oi, ilu* rover ai"- 
fui'diug to the plan ot your devlgu. 

Raitin Fluff. 

Two ciipfiiis suKar. Vi cupful water 
1 KtiUly lieuten egg white. % cupful 
chopped raisins, % cupful chopped 
ualBUt meats, t( teaapoonful vanilla, 

itoli augar aad water uatU it thraods 
when dropped from the tip of a s|wou. 
I'our oa beataa egg white aad Mat 
untU It holds Ha ahapa. AM MMM, 
nuts, salt and vanlUa. Mix walLBrap 
froiu teuKiHMiii on iianUBaa ^tttttfA^ 
set aside until cold. 



■uttenailk far tfca raac . 

Ruttermllk U a good aubotituta iNr a 
more costly face preparation. I4t It 
dry OB, thaa massage in to i. orr«vt the 
^wlag MMmw aad gtafea the Mn 
••It 



Olie Christmas 
Fur Coat 



(C, 1S23, WMlaro Newipap«r L'dIoh.) 

NO ONE could understand the will 
The old lady was even eccentric 
In the way alie left her money. Among 
the many personal poaseaatoaa she 
bad mentioned had baaa ttat U her 
hsanttful Baariaa sabia fur coat, 
worth wM Into the thouaaada of 
lara. Hila aha had left to tha old 
womaa who had broaght aggs to them 
from the eovntiy. It wa ato he given to 
the egg woman on the flrat Christmas 
after the old lady's death, and every 
Ghriatmas after that she was to be 
gtrea the interest «n a sum of money, 
tha principal of which was to he given 
to her when slie reached a certain age, 
or liefore if she became ill. 

"It's all very sensible except why 
in the world did grannie leave that 
waaderfUl fur coat to that an wom- 
aaf her graadchlMiao iamarke i. 
"Wtqr^ iha woat kaow what to do 
with it. She'a perfectly happy with 
an old ulster and a good warm 
sweater." 

But they dl(l not fall to carry out 
Mint their grandmother had wished, 
even though they cuuld not undei^ 
stand. 

Never whs such a Christmas pres- 
ent received. Mini never was there such 
Joy, for faiiy taleti had come true in a 
great auit mighty swoop, and she, who 
bad funded never througboat her en- 
tire U^to wear anything onjier back 
that vnol luxurious ptm ^rlod ia her 
coat. And every weeic aha went about 
seiliag egga, ao happr waarlng the 
Huperb coab VVa *M granAa had 
understood BMia ONUi aoiy al them 
1 



Marshmallow Fudge. 
If your nmrNhnmllows get a little 
stale before using up. try making 
niandiiiialiow fudge. Put two clip* 
granulated simiir and one cup milk In 
a saucepan and let tl  mixture come 
to a liuti. Add one square and a half 
riwcoiate, grated. i(nd two tahleapoi m - 
fuls bntter  Cook al ont tan niiautca. 
thoB rsiUBfa from tlie Are and beat 
uatll the fudge gets rathar atiff, but 
not sn stMT tlwt it will not poor aaaily. 
Break marshmailowa int* aeveial 
ttiecae, placa ia tha i^attam of a dish 
sad poar thla f«Mia a«ar than. 





Iloruce wl 



 k l«SI.VOTttH KtV^lPU UNION 

ORACB had always loved 

HI Uilda, In the old days 
I they hnd written letters to 
Santa Claua togetiier. For 
they had been children to- 
gether and Hilda was only 
eleveiv when Hfltaca flf t 
proposed to her. 

Hilda promised to marry 
hen she grew up if he'd give 
her plenty of hot buttered popcorn and 
Christmas candy elephants in the 
meantime. It was a Strain on Hor- 
ace's slender allowance and it waa not 
alwaya eaay to get candy alaphants, 
but he snceaadad oa tha whole. 

Than waa ■ouMthlac w  alea about 
BUda. Rm aafur BMda remarka as 
aeme glrla dld,-aiid men too, for that 
matter, wlilch were so annoying. 

When abe rang up on the telephone 
alw did not say "Cuess who's talking, 
now, Jost guess. " and disguise her 
voice. She always considered wtietli- 
er a person might not very easily be 
busy, and so did not have What aome 
considered |i little Joke. 

There were some kinds of people 
Horace couldn't endure. There were 
those who said, for example: "If the 
lightning la going to strike yon, it's 
going to strika you. Ifa ahand to 
say you're aflraM ot it" 

Then that* nm thoaa who waold 
say ia aadwar to a qaary about tha 
tmnperatufa of tha oeaaa and Ita eoo- 
ditioa for awfnunbig: 

 *rha watarT Why, tka watoTa wat" 
And tha a ' e x pec t ed him to magh. 

There were thos'  who would 8«y 
"How come," and expected to be put 
In a bright class, as though they'd said 
somethiag atartUngly original. 

Than there ware thoaa who aaat. pic- 
ture poatcarda of ferelgB plaeea when 



1 couldn't marry you," Hilda ha^ 
said, "aa you are really nothing bnt 
child. I need a laaa aMwa my ow)i 
mental equal." 

"But yoo'ra two yaan yooagar thM^ 
I am," Horaca had ^rotiMed. ^ 
"True," Byda had admitted, "hat • 
woman is always so mnch oldar ttaa 
a man." Hilda called heraalf a 
nn from the time she was sIXtaOB VBtil 
she was tw enty-one. 

Again and a^ain Horace proposed, 
Hilda al\va.\s put him off, but she al- 
ways seeineil to come hack to him af- 
ter each worrisome lliriiUinn. I'er- 
slstency and devotion were Horace's 
strong points, ninl every Cliristmas aa 
lie took l)er the yellow rosebuds, which 
was his choice of a Christmas bouquet, 
he proposed anew, Vt ml W/KtUfft 
annual declanition! 

Hilda loved the flowers— tha rose- 
buds were alwaya so pretty and Hor- 
ace had so mnch taste. Alwaya ia the 
center waa a spray of holly, and they 
were tied with gay red ribbon, Ani} 






Hid WrMlan lanU LaUara Tasather, 

they really poatad them from New 
York and Chjcago and Seattle and 

HohokUR, New* Jersey, and hoped that 
they could fool the receiver of the 
IHiHtcarila that thi.'ie curds had not 
lieeh at one time gifts to th«m^ 

And be did dislike tliow who would 
 :ay to him alter he had had his last 
venr's suit nlci iy sponged and (iretised, 
"How- that lias v.oin! It has certain- 
ly done you ^;oimI si rvice, und it doesn't 
look iKiii Ml liial :" 

Uut espis lail.\ lie disliked aud felt 
IH though he could almost choke thoiie 
ivlio were given to telling others to 
'ount their t^lesslngs, while they 
:uouiied and groaned and whlited and 
whimpered titemeeivao at ail tlmaa 
lud about all thiaci, 

Theag wata hia apaclal avanlona, 
lit lUWa was diCaraot Hilda never 
ij'rro l. Hilda was alwaya awaec 
I'boiigh Hilda did not. ar had aot aa 
.et.ugraad tot marry htei. aad ha had 
Hiked her BMUUT • tlBM. 

'I'he second ttae Horace had pro- 
io Md had bean when Hilda was six- 
i-uii and they were sitting oat the sup- 
|i«p dance at one of tlM Ohrtstaiaa hol- 
iday purtiaf. Uoraca aat two yaars 
al^ tlian 'Hilda. 



Hilda Always Put Him Uff. 

Hilda cared for Horace, too. But not 
•bobA not qalta onongh. 

Whoa BUda waa twaatrdva aha al  
moat yialdad. SomaoM had that day 
aaked Hilda her age. Ihe had 
ly admitted she was twenty-ttva. 

Later in the afternoon 
heard that "if Hilda admitted 
ty-tive she must at least be thl 
Hilda felt old then, dlscourn 
she illilu't quite accept Hoi 

l''roiii then on Hilda's age 
uncertain. Iloruce was fea 
at tii t Hilda drop a year eve: 

.Slie l ouid never claim eighteen, or 
even twemy, even though she was very 
young ill appearance, balHlngiy so. 

Hilda laid hcen thirty for tlie liast 
three years now, und still Horace was 
around, admiring lier, loving hur, more 
i and more all the time, 
I But tlie stralu had aliuost beeu too 
much. Horace had loved Uilda a very 
I long time. Hilda had tukeu a long 
' tlnw alona to hoaooM thirty, lie 
would aok bar oaea mora to marry 
htm, then ka woaM go away, never t* 
return he told hlntaM dramatically. 

"Hilda." he said- to har aa ha |a i» 
her the Christmas bonauat for tha 
well, ho wouldn't keep track of tha 
nuniiier of times e«Ri in tUa mind— 
"I've told rou how it la. I moat kaow 
finally, tonight I OBBt haBT thU aa7 
longer. 

"Won't you marry me, my darllagT 
Kight away, without any asora wait- 
ing? Can't wa Btait aot tha aaw year 

together?" 

"Cun t we— iny durlingV" 

And at last lloraitt knew hiiss. 

Shyly, sweetly, cUngingly, ;,nil with 
such slow yielding uwukeuUig Hilda 
was In his arms, and as she Uftad her 
Hps to bis she murmured: 

"Aud you'll take care of me, won't 
you, Horace} Aud always be good to 
met For rm otily a   hlld, Horace 
dear, and I mustn't, l mustu t ever ha 
diaUlcalOBad.** 

Aad Horaca waa Uled with Christ- 
laaa eha^. Ha did aot teU har of 
tlM ^im • i od laaay yeara badi 
DOW— whaa aha had tatd htgi ha Mil 
too young for harl 

For one thing, ha waa too \tmf\ ..A * 

And for anotber^-ha dtdB'tSinir 
ages amounted to anything aayway. 
Klveryooe waa as old ar aa yoaaa aa 
they wanted to be I ' 

Besides, at last Hilda had conaehted 
to marry him, 11* ciaild afford ChrUUlf*' 
oias charity, 

ror he waa dllad with 
sheer aad » 



m* HAftTPOIID HIRALO 



MPDVn^DM koMM, RawMTllI*, Xy.; Ctortrport 
[" I Iloom LiMt Ploor, CloTerport, Ky.; 

More progreM hu bMn mad* IB Brack. nrldfe Loose LMf Floor, Har 
tho (Ir vclopmunt of the various de- dlnsburK, Ky.; B. F. Beard Helr«, 
parlnii nt.M of the Dark Tobacco , Hard. nsburg, Ky.; J. B. Wosterttel'l, 
Growpr  c:o-operatlve Aiaociatlon Hardlnsburg, Ky. ; Moorman * • 

during the Uat Xew weeka tksn w«l «rd, Olendean, Ky.; Mrs.   »ari ""'e of the Ohio Circuit Court, 

over hoped for by tk« ■«•! Oft Hart, McOaulel, Ky.; The Sacramen- rendered at thn Novcmhrr Terra, 
tie ot lu organlMiv. |to Bqaltjr Tobaoeo WarakowM Co,, ' ■  tbe above cause for purpose 

Local OOaaart kM kMk kM*.aMi laonURMtOf Kjr.J LfltyiWt TOkMCO dividing tha proceeds amon^'and wife on the flrnt day of Soptem- 
(or tka aoaMBMHy otatan at tka Warakmna Co.. Umwrnnit, *r.; ^ »anioa Iftaraatad korala. aftar bar l n, racordad in daad book »«,'BaB'8 lick eraak aid koaaM aa 
«;atri«ta; yawkO M ai fcay kaaa pw'm^iHtr TMaeeo Paetory, Hwtfard, t^* "m^ tU* kava kam Hfo U, Okie CMatjr. Olark'a •■ea.||«wa: Batiaatng at a atona. tk 



Mta ONatt-OMrt, 
Mark IMTall, at aL, PlalMlta, 

  n. 

Harrajr DnTkll, et at.. Defendants. 
By ^trtue of a Judgment and or- 



P. KitilnKer's line; thence 8. 
67 poles with said lino to a 
gum J. H. Brown's corner; thence 
S. 80 poles with J. H. Brown's 
Una t« a wkita aak aid hickory la B. 
T. liikanM Itaat tfMa* W. tM 
polea to tho beKlnni'ng, eOBtalafag 
80 acres moro or less. 

Coal iind minoriil roHorvod, con- 



la otkar »ro » af ty . ar applylBf tkam daad book No. M 
j to the malBteBance and education Coanty Clerk's 

of the inf.'int hoirs, aftnr tho payment 
jof all costs of this .lotion. I will offer 
I f(ir H.ilo liy Public Am lion nt the 
Court llouso door In Hartford, on 
Monday, tho first day of January, 
1923. about 1 o'clock p. m., apon a 



M 



ckaaad or laaaad la all tawaa o( any Ky.; J. D. Baanott Hoaaa. Calkonn. dadaolad. teaiaitat a taaaakaWa at  Tka paiakaaar wUI kk raialrad to 

•ise from Padncak on tka Ok.o to K^.; WaHas Scott (Ropaon House), torkty iaa. aad altar paytag tka aaaalH koad wltk ayprorad aaearlty 

Hartsville on the Cumberland; The Calhoun, Ky. • LIvermore Loose Leaf •* tka Madaat, I Will Olar haaMdlataly aftar sale 



credit of 8:s and TwalTB Moatba tka 
voyed to .MortgaKor by H. F. Creel | f„,iow:a« daacrlkod propartf. to-wit: 

"Plrat: Oaa traat «■ tka watara af 

lai- 
tkaaee 



Tho piirohiiKor will bo roqnirctd 
oxocttto bond with aiiprovi-d nfcnrl 
Inimodlatoly after s.ilr 

Tkia 13tb. (lay of Do. . 1922. 

II. H. ELLIS, 
Maatar Comaili 
C. M. Crowa. Ma. t. ItaM i 
D. Kirk, Attoraaya. 



■War Finance Corpora* on has agreed I Floor, L, vormore, Ky.; Equity To- 
to loan tho Association |7, 500, 000; b.icco Waruhou!:o Co., Narrnwii, Ky.; 
gradoH have been eatabllstaed, and Masnie ft Whttely. Rockport, Ind. 
preparations ara k OBg mdO ta ra-j All of these plants will bo pur- 
ceWa tobacco. 'ckaaad tor a price to ba agraad upon 

Saa ta tka taat tkat practically batwaaa rapreaaauUTaa o( Mr 4Ma- 
noaa ol tka w aHk aaai or taotortaa elaCoa aad at tka warakoaaaa; ar ky 
ia tka Aatrlat afa a«al»iad t^ltk a arMtrMoa. 



for sale ky ^bltc AnctloB at tka 

Court House door in Hartford, on 
.Monday, the first day of .Ijiniiarv 
X'.yj,^, about 1 o oloi k p. in., upon ;i 
credit of Six and Twelve months tlio 
following descr.bed property, to-wit: 



TkIa IStk. day of Dec. 1922. 

B. H. EM.IS, 
Master Coniniissionor. 
Hoavrin & lloavrln & Otto C. Mar- 
t n. and Hono & Howard Attorneys. 



W.  S7 H faat to a stoaa 1b L. n. ' 

Loney's line; thence South with 
sad lino e.lJ'j yards to a glom ;, 
thinio K:isi .MIV'^ loot to a stone; 
tbonco Xoi ih (;'i2' . yards •) a store. I 
to tho lioKinninp, containing 20 ac- 



• "On the headwaters of Cow MAHTKK cOMMIHHIONKR'g 
kraaak, kaias lot Mo. 7 of tka Mll- 



SALR 



sufflciaat amoaat •( tobacco kakd-i m addition, tha AssodaUon win, I* aarvay aad kaaadad aa (olla«a:| bklo Clr^alt Coart, Kaataeky 
ling derieaa, tha data tor raeolTJw| through the Subsidiary Corporation, Baglaatat at a ataka la W. & LOHm'b, W. & Martla, PkratlC. 



the mutnber's crops can not be sat please coruvui plants spociflpd as fol 



D ree- 1 lows, on tho giMirral basis of six p"r 
■ cent not: 

Tioo Ilurns, 
A. Y. Clay. 
CurdsTllle, Ky. 
Tha total amonat of tobacco nor- 



Hartford, Ky., an I 
(Oard^.lla muse). 



at this time. R. E. Coop 
tor ot Warehouses, has proin.sed 
howovor, that the receiving siui ons 
^wlll open as soon as poss bio. prob- 
^fcUky shortly after tre New Year, 
^hen the office force which .s 
I 'uded by 8. 8. Stltt. aacratary, par- 
1.' ots tka ayatam ky wkiak tka Aaao- 
O'.aion tobaaeo irttl'ka kaadlad wotd 
^biii be aant to tka maaagara of all 

the warehouses. Then the ware-|corporal-ion ol' (Jw onsboro, Ky.. .ind 
bouse bookkeepers will be called ln»jwll have proforrod capital slo.k In 
to llopb nsvillo for instruction in ^ tho agKrewato of $7.5(1, (Hid, div (l.'il 
tlio.r duties. It is important to m-|into five classes; and will issue sor .il 
press Iba managots w.th tho fact iionds In tho aggregate amount of 
iba: the book-keepers will work! 1375,000, div.ded into Ave classes. 



A E. Patara, Admr of ^he estate «t 
( has. Peters, doco.-isod. riaiDtiC 
vs. Nolle*' 
Iloscoe Peters, ot al.. Dofondanls. 

The abov" aitinn havinc been re- 
ferred to the unduriitKniid comatlO' 
ros. moro or loss. The Coal and'atoMr for tka parpaaa of 
Mineral having theratofora baaa aold ' tka aeeoaata wltk tka 
aad coBrayad. daad ta wkkk ia otjaad aaeer^laiag tka dekla 
racord la daad kaak 4* »aga 608. Bsid estate, aayoaa kayiaf 
Oklo Coaaty Coart Ctork'a aflaa. against the estate of Chas. Patant 
Second: Bagiaalag at a atone deceased, win on or b. foro the first 



line of tka Millar larray: tkaafla| va. 
with said Una to ^ild Llkaaa* coraar Mrs. Loretta Brown, Defendant. 

in his South line: Ihence West witk By virtuo of a jiidsniont an(! ' r 
said lino 10 a coii or now known as der of saio 01 tho Ohio Circiiii ronil, 
llio Cast slion; 1 lion o with the ronderod al the .N'ovonilior Tonii, 



Ihr 



Samuel Rowan's corner In L. B 

Lonoy's lillr: 
lino K. ITS I 
stono; Ibi-Ilir 
^tono ill I n 



nri. with Kowan's 
and ' I " iiii hi s 10 .1 
■ .V. I ':i .v:ir l . 1(1 a 
of Klijab .Minor's ho.rs; 



ibonci' with same West 17S foi l and 



inarkod line to 11   orner in the North 1922, In the aliovo cause for the_10 Inches to u stOBe; theace South 
V.nii of the survt^y; thence wiith said^eum of $2(i().U(i, w th iBterest at the' 



arad by aigaad eoatraeta la.aaM dis-,""* ^ beginning containing 71 rate of 6 per cent, par BBBum from 



ty:et la t6,0»i.4f • panada. 

Tka said Corporatioa will 



aeraa aora ar leaa, azoapt tkat tha 
b« mlaaral rigkta, 01 aad Ooiri rigkta 



known as Grower's Warehotis ng ^  ^ tkarato- 



tha lith. day ot Daeanbar IPS*, aa 
til paid, and hia eaau karala, I wiU 
oSar for aalo by Pablle AbcBob at 



fore sold to WUilam Daaaty, Daadjtka Court House door In Hartford 



tka aaia 



BBder tha anperrialoa tH 
oAce, Mr. kutt aaid. 

Tha BOW haadqaartan ot tko Aa- 
soclatioB wora oeewtad tkla waak 



wlfo, Lurona Duvall to the said S. 192.'?, about I o'dork p. 111.. upon a 
T. Duva l, said la id bo ng of record credit of .S;\- and Twolvo luonibs tho 
In iloi'cl liook .No ."i2 paga 13, Oklo following (|i s( rilo d prope rly, to wt: 
County Clerk's ollioo. j SItiiai. d and lii iiiL- in Ohio Coiin- 

The purchasi r will be requjred to (y, Koniii. liy. and Ixiunded and de- 
capltal atoek la the Aecute bond with approved security scribed us foiiov.-s: BegiaaiBg at a 



la addltioa tkla corporatioa w 11 
kava 



ot ftlP.OO, rapraabatad by  1 
akaraa ot $10.00 aatii, at the siart, 
by the ent re force. BxpaBaea will ; aad will Increase this common stock 

bi' iidiii t'd by tho concentration ot from lliiio to t, mo by is.^uir.j- tho 
I bo worki rs and a more efficient o.-- 
ii.iKiulion will r.siilt. In 1:1 .i re- 
111''. D;uk .\.s.-ociatioii a.,, ai.'v 
mi; '.i.ssos ibo liiirioy pool b-oaiiso 
!lio ollires .n Lexington are ll Ui- d 
, 11 ;-' veral bulldingt. 
^ Kef ore the Warehouse may be 
^poned tor tobao^ tko ten ware- 



immediately after sa'a. 
Tkla IStb. day ot Oac. HIS. 

* B. H. BLUS. 
Maatar CommlaakNMr, 

Baraes * Smith, Attorneys. 



M.ISTKH CO.M.MiS.SlO.NKIl'S 



hoBso corporatloBs aat op by AaroB 
 l|lro, marketlBg azpart, muat b« 

#porated. Tbs work ,1s being 
ine by Abe D. Walduer, Air. 
^ V f . piro'B assistant. 

I'he various l Oi pora;, ons 00m- 
prse the following ciuintlos: 
1. I'ho llo.,k:u.'iV. lie U sirU t 



samo to Lho growers as dodiictioiif 
arc inado from tbti r tobacco, all a   
provided .in tho Standard Agri i iii! :!! , 
so that iiH'matoiy tho total aiiiouni 
ot common capital stock will exceed 
the ai d aggregata ot 
stock. 

The AaaoctlatloB fartkar aiv4eU|TkaroB Tlcka«or, at al.. DefeadaBta. 
to cause the said Corporatioa to ac-j By rirtaa of adjudgment and or- 
qulre or eonstruct or lease add tlonal der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, 



Ohio, Circuit Court, Kentucky 
prafarra^ 8. J. Tickonor. at al., PlalatlS, 



hickory in the Weat bouadary llae 
of Talcom Crowa, tkanca witk aaid 
llao Bontk 4 B. 7S poletf to two white 
oaks, said Crowe's .Sominvosi .-or- 
ner; thence S. 71 W. 4('. polos m a 
I white oak; thoiu i- fi.s \V. SS poi. s 
.S.VLK to a swoot glim and dogwood; thence 
N. 40 \V. :!t  poles lo a sh)no on tho 
South bank of a largo thoroughfare, 
two liei ehes marked 



ISSH polea to tka kagiaalag, con 
tkalag 1 \k aeraa, mora or laaa. The j 
ad aad aot coBToyM. 

Tke purchaser will be required to I 

execute bond with approved security i 
imniodialely after sale. 

This i:itll. day 01 Hit. IDL'J. 

1! II i:i,l.lS. 
.Master Coinmissionor. 
A. i . Kirk ft Claraaea Bartlatt, 
Attorneys, 

MAsnm rOMMMMONEHU BAIJh: 



day of February l!l'.;X, present «J«* 
file Kanie w tb ilie iindi rsignoU eom 
missioner jiroporly verified, at bIS 
olUi o in Harlford. Ky. 

This December 13th. 1923. 

A. R. SLUa, 

Master Commlaaioaar Okia OirMH 
Court. 



Ohio Circuit Ce iM. 
Blanche Park, Wavy 
Park, his wife aad 

I'l.i.iii in.,. 



K'' iilie ',:\- 
I'ark, .\li"y 
Annio Park. 



Nans Floral ( oinpany. Oweno- 
boro, Ky., Funeral work a S■pe l.^Ity. 
Western Kentucky's old rellabia 
florists, Mrs. J. I, Qoodiaaa, Coa - 
merclal Hotel, agCBt for Harttttfd, 
Ky. SS-tt 



OHIO Gotnm 

DWMhNMUr 



warehouses or iilaiits from t me lo rendered at the .November Term,|*° * stone l.'i foot somb of a ■: 

thence S. 67 K. 71 poles to Ih 



.Mario llralchor, Claude lirat.-!i 'r, 
her husbaad, apd Arle^ P^'k, 
{ Defendants, 
pointers;, yirtue of a Judgment .ind or- 
Ihence N. 6J E. X3 poles to a large jje, „, ^^Xc of the Ohio Circu.i Con 
hickory and baack; tkeaca B. 03 B.'r„nderod at the Novombo;- 1 .,„, 
26 polea to a wkito oak on a.runth ; j.,.:.. i„ ;,iM,ve , :nwe nv :ii, 
hill aide; thence N.  9 B. 86 poles',,,,,.,,,,,,. ,„ .n^dinw th.. p, . ...Is 



.n- 



timi', as the needs of ibo DiHtrlcl 1922, tor tho p :rpose of dividing 
111 ly develop: but Ibo total or ginal ii,,. proceeds among the partes as 
expend, lure lor such purchases and their respective yiterests appear in 
eiinslnic; io;i. including the ware- this Judgment after tho payment of 
bauaus and plums meat or.ed above, the costs o.' this act'oB, Including 
eluding Christian, .Muhlenbe: g, hyon. ^|uUi aot ezcead the aggregate of the an attorney toe, audi codta koraia, I 
Caldwell, West Section of Logan, ' om g aal or iBcraased antkorlied pra- will olfar for akia by Paikllc Aaetloa 
aad Todd Conat^aa. ferred stock aad boBds ot the said at tha Court House door ta Hart- 

2. Tka ^a4acak Oiatrlet, iaetad- corporatioa. 'ford, on .'Monday, the 1st. day of 

ine Ballard, McCrackea, Marakall; From time to time, the Associa- January 192.1. about 1 o'clock p. m.,1 



and L.vingHtou Countlaa. 

:!. The Mayfleld District, llnclud- 
:iig Uraves. Kullon, HlahiflUta. and 

(';;i'lisle Couiili os. 



t (in of I ho Corporation will effect 
such eeonom cs as may be doomed 
advisable by comb niii:; plan s. in- 
proving or extendi ug plants; and 



upon a   roil t of Six and Twelve 
moiillis the following descriliod 
pri perly, to wit : 



converting or soiling plants 



necaaaary. 



4. 'Ibo .Murray »islriet, including |„.rbap 
Calloway and Tr gg Counties. 

."). The Springfield District, In- 
cluding RobertaoB, Dav.dson and 
ISanuar Coaattoa aad eoaatlaa ot 
the TullakoBM Watrtat 

«..Tke ClarkavlNa DlatMct, ladud- 
i'ng Montgomery, Cheatham, D.ck- 

Kon, Hbuston, Stewart, Humphries,,.,^ ^ , ., „ ^ 

f i. nry Weak|w aad.OMaa Cokat.aa.|5i!!i'^^^!?«..!f."!Lf»!?»'' 

'I'l nnosilee. 



.V tract of laud In Oiho County, 
Kentucky bounded us follows: Be- 



r. : n ; 
!• be- 

giiiniiu-. 1 (intainiiiLc s| acres, mor.. 
or less, or sufllcleut thereof lo pro- 
diKo the sum Of moaey anterod to 
be made. 

The purchaser will ba M«Bired jto 
execute boad with approrad aaearlty 
immediately aftar aala. 

TMIa IStk. da^ of Dae. lOSS. 

B. H. KI.LFS, 
ItfBSter CommissioiK r. 
lloavrln ft Heavrin .V: Otio (". 
I Martin, Attorneys. 

MAMWR COMMtHHlONHRV MLB 



which may, at any time, become un- ginning at a point on Main St,. 303 1 

I.— » . .m.- Main' '^'fcult Court, Kentucky 

M. N. Hoops, et al., I'laint-lfH, 



HKN.VXKTT'S 



(Too L,ate lor Last Week) 
Miss .Mable Tatum spent 



from 



7. Tljo Henderson Diistrlct, In- 
' .udlng Heudorson, Ua on, Criiten- 

|klciu Hopkins and Webster Countiea. 

8. The BowMBg Oraea Diatr.cts, 
iBcladiag' Batter. Warraa, Stmpaoa, 
Baatkra laclkoa ot bagaa. Allen, 
Barrea, Bdmaaawa. Otajraaa. Mon- 
roa, Taylor aad "ad|aft|i|fat Coaaties, 
Kentucky. 

9. The Gallatin D strict, includ- 
ng Jackson. .Macon, Smith, and 

Trousdale Counties, aud the West- 
ern Section of Sumner County, Teu- 
nessee. 

10. The Owanaboro Dstrict, in- 
alaAiac Okla. MeLaaa. Bt«c^aar.dge. 
Hancock aad Davlaaa Ooaatlaa, Ken 
tacky, aad I pa a ia r Oaaaty. ladaaa. 

Tka Board ot DSraetors of the 
Dark Tobacco Growers' Co-operattva 
Association, after duo and thorough' 
investigation, has duterniined to or-l 
gauizu u subsidiary corpora'Jion la' 
Uwensboro District, Includ ng Ohio,' 
McLean, Urecklnrldga, Hancock aad| 
Dar asa ooaatlaa. Ky.. aad Ip aa ce r 
Coaaty. lad. { 

rraai tlaw ta VaM. atkgr aaaaties 
auy ka .laeladad ia tka akaro d s- 
trict, whea, iB tka Judgment ot the 
Aasoaatlon, they require physical 
(acil ties. 

'l^he Association considers It de- 
sirable to ucgujre. for the purpose 
o( receiving, grading and storing 
tobacco, warehouses and plants bow 
eaatSag ia tha said district aa fol' 
Iowa: 

NaaM of Warakaaaa or piaat. aad 



raiaMraa la tkto vtclalty. 

Mr. aad Mra. P^ Tatam aad 
daughters, BAI;th aad Wlaata Baa, 

and .Mr. and Mrs. J. D. TkompaoB 
spent Thanksgiving with their par- 
ents, iMr. and -Mrs. l-uiiey .Mujiies. 

Mr. and .Mrs. I.islii. Stewart and 
baby spent Sunday w.th '.Mr. Slew- 
art's sister. .Mrs. Frank .Maples, aud 
Mr. Maples. 

Tka Saaday School at Haatlias 
Chapal ia «alta a laBem. 

Mra. Rkaa Daaial aad daafkUr,' 
Nora. ot n^katt'a. apaat Sakday 
with Mrs. Luney Maples. ^ 

Mrs. Frank Maples spent a day| 
and night with her sisters. .Mesdunies 
Fred Tatum and J. D. Thomp.son. 1 

Bethel closed a good revival re- 
cently conducted by Hev. R. T. Hiply 
of Nashville. Tenn.. assisted by the 
local paator, Ray. Maaoa Wilcox. 
Thaia wara IT caavaralaaa, attar al 
wbaai w ll Jala tko eki|rak. A sol- 
lecttaa ot 141 was glvoa Bav. Riply 



faat from tke iatoraactioa 
aad Howard Mraata; raaalag tkaaea 
B. 130 taat to a suka; tkaaea N. 33 

feet to a stake; theaca B. KS feet 
to a stone; thence South 143 feet 
to Duncan Stn'ot; thence W. with 
Duncan street :!.'!(i I'l 
streel; Iheli.-e .\oitli 
street to the beginning. 
1^ Being a portion of Ibo land con- 
'vayed by S. V. Render and wife to 
B. B. aad %. i. TIekaaar oa tka Mad. 
day «f Marek. tPM. wkick daad la 



George Hoopa. at al., DefaBdaats. 

By Tirtao of a Judgmeat aad or- 
der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, 



et to 

witk 



Main 



among the ji.irties inti-risii'd. as 
inleiests may appi ar horoi.i, 'fler 
tile iiayiiii'iii of all costs. I will offer 
fur sale by i'ubllv Auction  U ile 
Court House door In Hartford, op 
Monday, tho Brat day ot Januurv 
192S, about 1 o'clock p. m., upon a 
credit of Six aud Twelve .Months tho 
following described properly, to-wit: 

"A ci'rl:i n tr;ii 1 nl land in (Jliioi 
Coiiiily, K  111 II' l:y. 011 .Mori- son's 
I'laii'li. ar.il bounded a.s lnl'.iu.-; M 
wit: IJegiuulUK at .1 si,,, ,., .one r 
lo dower lot; tholi" M K. 

pules to a white uuk aud cliu; 
thence N. 11 B. to Morrison's 
branch: thance down said branch 
with its meanders to a sycamore 
stump, corner to the dower lot; 
thence with a line of same N. 67 K. 
,".:! poles to a small ash and sycaiuo.''' 
painler; Ibeiice Willi aiiolber liin' of 
said dower S. -S W. 4,n poll's to lb" 
beeiiining. eoutaiuing by e.slimaliou 
6.1 acres. 

The purchaaer will be required to 
exeenta boad wltk approved aecurity 
immediately after aato. 

Tkia IStk. day of Dee. 1933. 

li. H. BLLIS. 
Master Commlaaioaer. 
A. 1). Kirk ft Claroaea Bartlatt. 

Al loni'.ys. 



rendered at the November Term, 
1923, in the above cause for llie pin- 
pose of dividing the proc eds bf- 
twien ibe several parties interesie.l 
herein as their respective interest 
Buy appear, la thia Judgment, after 
all aeaU aad attoraay faaa kava baaa 
of record ia daad book 33, paga 4t'P*'d' kttor payiag tka dakU of 
Ohio CouBty Clerk's office, aad cob- I tor aala ky 

voyed to Zelma D. Tichenor by 8. J. PoliUo Aatttoa at tko Coart House 
Tichenor, el. al, on October 17, 1908 '1°°'' '» Hartford, oa Monday, the 

deed of record in deed book 32, page^*'- ''■y °' January 1923, about l ' |.\sTKB fOMMISSIO.VKIl'S 
•01 Ohio County Clerk's office. j o 1 lock p. in , upon a ( redit of S X and j ' " 
The purchaser will be required to Tw. lvo months the fo lowing de- 

' scribed property, to-wit: 

' Beginning ut a white oak, two 
black oaks and three Hickories cor- 
ner to lot No. 3, ia tko 314 acres 
beugkt of Coaimoawaaltk M. ■. Naal' 
ftc. tkaaea wltk aaM Maal'« Itaa 36 ' 
poiaa to tkroa kaaeka aad two| 
whita oaka; thence West with thei 

H.^Lb""* ^' "''"^^ vo\e» to. 

four small Hickories; corner to lot 

NO. 6; thence South wi.h Ibe Un^l^^^^ ^ ^, 



01 ru'iAi. 

  ilM I'lT t 'OIIKT 
Convenes tlrst Mouilny in Marek. 
May and July; third Mooday la 
i Septemuer and fourth Monday la 
November: 

Each term contiaoes 13 Jaridiail 
days. 

Jud|c«w^eorge 6. Wilson, Owoaa- 
boro. 

Com'tli. Attorney — Olovcr H. Caijt, 

CaliiiMiJi. 
( lorli — Kiaiik liluck. 
. la l  r ( •iiiiiiiissioiiei' — 1). H. Ell'J! 
Trustee .lory I'liiiil — 1,. i!. Tlcl)  vox. 
* 01 N TV ( OI'ItT 
Coineiies li: l .Moiiilay iu eock 
moni li : 

Juilgi- — K. U W.ilding. 
County .All'.,. — OHo C. MartiB. 
Clerk— Uiiy Kunney. 
Bbcriir— G. A. Ralph; Dcputlea:) 
Mack Cook, Iris Render, Gaonaa 
P. Jones. 
aaUet^Natkaalel Hadaoa. 

QVARTBBLV COVHT 
Judgt^R. R. Wmldiag. 
Convenes first Monday in laak 
moatk. 

FimiAli CKHTRT 

Couvoues Tuesday after liis: Moo- 
day In January; tlrst TueHd.iy in 
April and October, tka CoaakP 
Judge presiding. 

1st. Dlstrfe»~iJ. P. McCoy. Hafk* 

ford. 

Snd. Disirici — W. C. Kaott, Caata»  

tow:*. 

■rd. Obtrtet— Q. B. Browa. 



execute bond with appmoft.aooaflty 
Immadiataly alter sale. 
Tkla lltk. day of Dec. i938. 
B. H' 
Maalkr Ci 
Hoavrin A Heania ft Otta C Mar- 
tin, .Attorneys. 



MANTKIl « U.M.MIS.SI( .NKit-M 



Ohio Circuit Court, Kautacky. 
w. L. Jaskaaa. ot aL. Ptaiattaa. 



'w 'Plaid Broa. ft Co. Looaa baaf 
Floor, Oweosboro, Ky.; Pamers 
I.uoao Leaf Ploor, Owensboru. Ky.; 
Lancaster Loose Leaf Fluor, Owens- 

ll^firo, Ky.; Daviess County Loose 
L  af Floor, Uwensboro. Ky.; Oweas- 
boru Land ft Wrecklag Co. 
boro, Ky.; Baaa Tokaaoa Co. 
baro. Hp.! 
kara, Ky.; i. B. 



la appfaalat'oB ot kia aarvieao. l 
Mr. B. B. nhoadea, who Urea ob Mra. Odia Jackaaa. at at. Oofoadaata. 

what is known as the Wallace place, bt a JadgBaat Bad Or- 

tlred four «boi« at burglar recently. «t sate Of tl^ Ohio Ctrcalt Court, 

throe of «hi  li are bel eved to have rendered at the Noyember Term, 

taken effocl. The man bos not been  922, In the above cause for the pur- 

fjjumj poM  of div (ling the proi-eeds umong 

iMIoa Margaret McDowell ia work- I'^rties interested herein, 
lag for Mr. Oordon Youag. 
pr altac aOao at BaaVar Daa 

Hr '^^ Hi^ Okarito llawklas B :tion and costs hera n, I 

have moved from Akroa. Oklo. ta « ■•' ••le*y P,»»»c AaaUoB 

Beaver Dam. where Mr. HawklBs •» Hooaa doar tal JUHIard. 

will work n the barber shop there.  »» HaadaP. Uo iMt dajT U iWUXf 

Mr. Thomas Tatum will spend l*H. Bkkat 1 a'clock p, a., apOB B 

Saturday and Sunday with his broth- •»«• T»'«lve Months the 

Mr. Ullchard fatum ot Msr.w ck. tolllowing described property, to- 



S.\L 



Okla CIrcalt Caart. Kaatacky 
Roy Crawford, PlalatlB. 
vs. 

William rndorhlll. et al.. Defendants. 

Uy viriiie of a judgment and order 
of sn'e ol the Ohio Circuit Court, 
rendered at I lie .\in ' iiili. re Term, 
1922, iu the above cause for the pur- 
pose of dividing the estate among tbe 
parties latarastad as their respective 
iBtaraat aMty appaar karala. attar tko 



the parties interested h 
the paymeiitH uf the debts 



after 
of the 



thereof to ibe beginning, containing 
lUU acres recorded In deed book No. 
tl. folio 5(8. 

Thia being tka aaaM tract at laad 
covarad by *'Tntitr Bttlagif aad 
wifa -la iira. Pally Uaapa aa akava 
by racoad ki tka Okla Caaaty Clark's 
office, daad kaak tl. laUo t 8." 

The purekaaar will ba required to 

execute bond with MMTOfad WUKU'Xt 



decedent, and after paying all casta 'miuediately after sale. 

This Ittk. dar of Dec. 1931. 
^( B. H. BLLU. 

Master Comataaloaar. 
Kirk ft fiarUatt. ftttaraaya. 



Owens 
Owaas' 
0«( 



er 



FOR OVER 4M YEARS 

HALL/B OATi 

sisu tt a 

RsU* 



ivea 

latarau 

'*■*' Uuaaak CalMooa oa 




described 

wit: Ohio Circuit Court. Kentucky 

I One lot or parcel of land iu th-J Louanua Kowau, ftc , I'la.ui ITs, 
Wjkters uf (ireen river in Ohio Coun- vs. 

ty, Kaatacky. buunded as toilowa: Wiima and Loekta Rowan, Oafuad- 
.pagtaalac a stone in B. T. Igia- aala. 

kart's like: tkaaoa M. II a 10 palaa: | ftf vtrtaa at a JadciMatt aad or- lud doodad 
tke!ua wvik Java* Ra^'a i:aa to dar af aala al tfta Okla OlcBait Oaart. deceased and datandaat 
a wtlloft; tkaaea M. II B. IT patea MMlMH  at tka Na«««kar Tars, Ciiderhill, bur husband by 
^ ^T^. ^- ^ VW* tka akava aakaa for tka ,„4 jobe Arnold, at ai. 

(ha» l ^ l galaa to a aiaM K^l. paraaaa al r»4ft*aaltair tk« praoaadi tMk. Ull. 9m 



: aetata: aad aftar payalg tka eaats of 

[tkla aci'on, I will oKer for aale by 
[public Auction at the Court House 
door in llarlfonl. on Monday. Ilii' 
tlrst day of January 1923, alioiil I j 
o'clo(-k p. Ill , upon a i reilil ol' Sii, 
and Twelve .Months tho following 
described property, to-wit: | 
"BagiaaUu at a stoaa oa the old 
raad-kad: tkaaoa raaalac 8. 89 b 
31 polaa to a alaaa; tkaaaa 8. 13 K 
310 polaa to a ataaa ta Mowart s 
llao: tkoaeo witk aaid StawaH'a llae 
K. about 33 R. 90 poles to a stone: 
thence N. 72 W. ltd |)ob s lo a sloni . 
thence N 66 W. 112 pe'ua lu a 
Stone in JuhnsoD's line on an old 
road-bed; thence with said road bed 
8. akoat 35 E. 4K poles to the be- 

glaalag coatalalag aboat 110 acrea. 
ar laaa aatipt a k aat aavaa 
oC tatd raa araok wklak la 
to P. H. Alfaad. aad kalkg 
to Mary M. Uadarhiii, 
Will am 
Mary K. 
on April 
Ik 



R. aiarpky. Forfta- 

villa. 

m urt s t Ba ai H. Hoi brook, 
Hartford. R. P. D. No. 4. 
•tk. I Matrfct Mack Martta. MkV 

rowa. R. P. D. No. 3. 
Ttk. INatrkt — i. Walter Taylor. 
Ter Dam. R. F.O. No. 3. 
BOARD OP KDUi'A'nON 
Siiperinle- OonI — Mrs. I. S Mj 
( iiiivi'ii'-s lirst Monday la ovflVI 
nionlli - -Mrs I. S. .Mason, S. i^ O. «:.. 
and ex otiicial Seeretary-Treasucer, 
B. A. Owen, (iiaicmaa. Has Maid. It 

K. 1) No 6 
W. n. Carseii. Vice Odiairmaa, 

ford. It. F. D. No. 3. 
Nat Lindley, Caatartawa. B. 9. 

No. 1. 

Otia Btaveos. Beavor Daa. . 
Olaad Raatiav. Oaadaa. 



Povrtb Priday aad latardap 

January, and SeeoBd Priday aadl 
urday iu May. Held iu Pordsi 

Ueaver Pnin and Hartford. 

For TojK li. i s'   rtJ lca: «- Thtrt 
FriiKiy aiel r;.tiurday in May. JuaO 
and Sepleniber. Kxcepi notice la 
given I.I ilie coiitraiy Ibo latter 4^ 
amiuatiuua are liuld iu Hartford. 



 ' )MMISSIONKIlt* 

8. T. Harnett, lluriford, rreHideat'j 
V. C. Koi-ker. Ueaver Hani, It F. Dl 
No. 2. a kI j a llenaniy. Whit»- 
rllla. 11. F D No. 2. 

oTHica ovvicKBS 

Taa CuiiimliMloaaiiMA. F. 
PotdavlUa. 



I. Haalar, 



tYES EXAMINED PRBD 

; uiAk« joutiisvtai^ 

4 uim b UHI 4m1VMI^ 

Mfi* ft vsataftl 
• (••(tstt* t^KTi 




rmm 

igi»' 



;CANTRILL ENTERS 
^ G OVERNO R'S RACE! 

,S«T«iith District Congressman Announow Can- 
didacy For Nomination 



of His Potition on State II 
ute to Woodrow Wilson 




TO THE OKMOCRATS Of 
KINTVONVi 

I iMfW Mm innrh iinpreawd with 
c mtimimt mmutam 
fti mi ^*» (tiinaMRM tkNt 
bMl M w am Mljr tkaoM hm mm- 
■ iMtad ff O w i MW. I am in synpa- 
tbjr with ihu moveMBt I bar* WHlt- 
•d for werkN for mm» ontatancllnx 
DomorrHt iind hiiKlnpfiH tnun to an- 
noiincc Ills ( iindlilai y. In fart. I liiivp 
  n niimcroils rmMsimm tiilkfd nitli 
one (if till' iiKisl sill r - .nriil liiixlni'ss 
oien and one of the iinMt loyiil Oetiio 
«nta Im Um Stat*, nming ktni to rua 
for tba DMtocratle Bomliiatloii tot 
eurtnm, aaii offemi mjr anpport ta 
 «ba« h« ahooiil nuke the ran. Tlila 
taotieman dpollned to mtar tba raeo. 

Many active T « inocrMtlc men and 
Women in all Ki-itlnns of tin- Srncp 
ftav4* aakwd mo tn sMml f.ir tin' lii iii'i- 
^eratic namUiation fur Onvernnr. I 
kave dMMa4 t* auomoa as a eaa- 
didnte. 

The fiHi thiil I own Hml operate 
•evenil furiiiH in Scod and Ka^'ette 
Oovatlaa I ballave catltirM ma to ba 



dld^ilett theiinolve«, and I ronslder It 
proper In my announr«m#nt to rar; 
brleflr state some of the leading I*- 
aaaa wkick are of litarwrt hrtbe dtl- 
aaaa af Kantaeky. In anaomM-lnic 
self aa a Madldate for the Peinorriiti'' 
nomtaatloii ftor Oovernor, I n-lxh to 
emphiislre the fart that I ronsiili-r 
the (rOA-ernorxhlp of our State the 
hielifst ImriDr wliirh ran hr (ilven n 
Ki-nliii'khin, anil I ph-ilsc iiiy.sclf !■  
till' people iif Kentiirky that '1 
olfi'tcil (iiivprnnr, uniliT no rlrrnm 
xtances) woiilil I si' -k the ijiennlornhip 
or any other offlri- but woaM Ml out 
tbe term eotnpletely for wklCk I wax 
elected. N« nan la tb* QoTamor'n 
rbair cap fire the State bis best ser 
vice wben he hax liU eye on some fn- 
ture political preferment 

I favor a I'rimary Kleotlon to deter- 
mine the nomination of the Pemo- 
i railr raniildate fur the tioverniirshlp. 
I hi'lievf il wolllil 111- pnllll.'al Rlliri.lo 
fur iMir P:irty In hi:iki' ilie nomlnailiin 
III any uilii r w.iy. Only In a Trlinary 
Klectiiin run tlie nmnen vulerit of the 
State give fall expreaatoa to tbeit po- 



daased as a, bnalDesa man. It I do j lltlcal oplnloan 
»ot coma onder the cUifaiiflcntlon of i I think the greatest service a,pab- 
• buslaeMs man, then the npnmpnper* lie officer ran render the State at this 



(leiiianillng a buslnesN man for Cnr- ' 
eniiir liave shut out of pnl'tlrai nm- 
alderatlon every fanni-r in ilu- Siair. 
The furiiier of loiiay in a.s iiiiiih i 
biislncsn man as the iniTi h irif, broker. 
banliiT or itiMniifarliiriT 'I'lu' irriMt 
majority of Ibe bUHlne.sa men of Ken- 



tlinn Ik |ii attend Rtrlrtly t" Hie bllil 
ness of the IState anil m Irave it tn 
lilt' hiiHini'sy mm tii liaiiillt' Ihrlr nvvn 
liiisliicis anil til ilii' pcoplr (o rrL'iiliili- 
ihi'ir iiwn affair*, so lone a? tht-y do 
not viiilatf our present lawg. To make 
It still plainer, I tiilnk vrt hare enough 




Ian. Campbull C^ntrili, Candidate For Governor 



teiicky arc rniiiris. ;iiid linn;; one .il 
ttiem i hclii've I l;mnv ilieir trials and 
kardsblpi, uud that If t am elerieii 
QAvemor I ran lie of Hcrvtre to tbem ' 
and to the State aa • wbole^ because i 



I. IMS at pre.teni riguiulill;; the bllil- 

iiess and the ererjrHlar Ufa at tke 

people. 

Tliei'M la a tendency In liie ciiuiitr.t 
today to keep piling on the ntutute 



«|ea tka tarnwr prospers all lines ot . bouka Uws regulating tbe biMtnesa and 
kuainesH share la that prosperity. private alTalrs of tb* dtlaaas. I am 

The i hief pioi s II. he soheii In | uf the opialoB that it la the part of 

Kenlni Ky aiv In ll i iin of an aari- i wisdom that we l*am our preaeni 

rnliiii  l n.iliiie. and Keiii e I,, has not ),nvs and ol ey them rather than lo 
h.id a r.iriiier  ;oMTnoi lor almost ;i,rin- Into disrepute all law fcjr further 

foin  e.ii.s. -riie (Joseiiior of 1 he restrictive le«lslatll)n. 

i}lall' rail personally ill I In lillt a 

Miiiall ii.irt of llie .Siale'a hiisiness. 
Most of Ihe hiiMlni'ss of the State li 



arliiully Iraiisiicted by IhOKe whom the 
QoverMr apimiita under lb* Igws 
passed fiy tiM I.*giiilBture. Th* bu«l  
pMS •( orgaalsatloa la tb* chief duty 
0t the Clov*mor, anil It t« iibaoiutely 
neceHsat')' for tk* woifare uf the .State 
that the (ioveraar work In liarmony 
with Ihe siato Laglaiatur* and the or- 
Kuiii/.ui iiiiiK of the vartoua State 0*- 

pa rliiientH 

ill jereiil ,\e.ir.s I hair hren rliir;;ed 
with the (iul.t uf ;eltlntf thousands of 
men and women into comimct work- 
ing orgauixationn, botk in a (lolitlral 
asd la a buaiaasa way. te ISIS I was 
Ckalnaas ef tka DaaMtcradc 
OsMWittaa i  KatUuvky 
vkkk raUad aT S^vajarity of aaariy 
thirty thousand f*r the Demurrutic 
Meket, sad In that orgaoixntloa tb4 re 
were ten Ihoiisind uniM- in -n ami 
wuiiien in llir .Slate Hoi llaee .leant 
I was .Stale I'lrsiilmi i.t llir Soriely 
of Kipiily with IIS llioii urN   t Liiiii- 
er nieiiihei's, Hiid iIiih u lis llir orjfan- 
ISHtiou whirli ».is one c,r Ihe pinneer 
movemeals I v u r h i u k roupsrution 

aiuuag Ik* fariMK Xaws ago tkia 
ergaalaaUaa did tk* wark wkick la 
' M«r kalss carried oa aa a larger stele 
%y awarsi splendid faraiar*' Orgaa- 
ilBtlons of tiHlay. 

I uieiitlon These iiiatleri. klluply to 
Skiiiv Ihal I have hail uv|ii'rirnie on a 
lar ;r s .j[r aloii;: or;;.iiii/.it.iia Itnes. 
Wllliii lioU.e lip in part llie iillllr.s of 
the (iuvrriioi lo properly urifanUu 
the iiiauy iiiaui hes ut Ihe Stale Uov- 
eriuiient i» u Job lequiring esperlsnce 
iin ur^aalxallMa worii. I aai ronvlucsd 
I that Ui« vatars or Ik* H(a(* at* mors 
iBlarwititd ia ik« plattonf^ JMsi tb* 
ad for tkftB m-'ljii^ cn» 



If I am eierteil  Ji verniir, ail lawn 
on tlie statute hunks niil be liiiir- 
ousliiy and rarel'iilly enlorratl u» far 
Us my powers «ill rearli. 'I'he chief 
conrern In th Siair and Nallon .to- 
day Is tile strict rnforrriiirm of law 
and Ihe ahsolute iiialiitrnanre of peure 
and order. For the aerur.ty of tlic 
liidivlduul and for til* protoctlon of 
property rigbts, law and order must be 
aialatalaed. 

If *l*ct*d JovMraor. I pl*dga the 
b*at tharis wttkia aw Is cany out 



It glatS a Si pardoaa will ka aearc* at 
riiSMirt. aasaaiaUy far tk* criae 
taklag hsBMS iUa. Tk* rapatatkM bf 
our Stat* isaat k* kattarad alaag OUs 

llSA 

nigk taxattoa la tka smw spot wttk 

tlie people in the State and Nation. 
'I'he le;;lslat:ve lir.iiiih uf our .State 
I lOV ernnieiit ixriirs Ihe t.ix lavvs, but 
if elerird llinr.iior 1 will work with 
llie I.exisl.iturv in every way poi ! ilile 
lo brinK about (he lowering of our tax- 
ea. As u faruier I iuuw what tbe 
burdea of tusalloo bi to tk*- tanner 
aad huslBMi vaa^asd hs«M aamer, 
aad eCurt miS sisSa la re- 
dttc* tiiiaiias. 

Tk* Hue has coma wbaa s hslt 
must be citlisd la incraaslag our State 
debt, and every eifort to reduc* it 
uiuai b* aiiMi*. The obllgatlnna of 
debt are made hy the .Slate I.etcisia- 
lure and noi h  thr  oivriii.ir, liut If 
I am elei'ied I mil rarnesily iuaUi 
that Slale rv iie;i''iMir 's lir krpi it llh 
in tile let.'iiUe m  Ihal our delti will 
not be iacftMfl^ In the itexi .vduin- 
latralii'D. Ivory affort muat be luaile 
to raduc* tk* Stat* daht aad it I wn 
aiactad ike **t« powar wIM h* 
la Ik* Uailt I* 



within tbe r*venD«  of tb* IliCSb ll Hi 

In neremar.r to do no. 

I am heartily la faror of the 
atruclloD of a highway tUjtm irSlck 
arUI aloaair tl* i« iiMh«|jB g||ki« 
IS an aectloa* of the Wf ^ 

matter of ted, KemaHulV dS 
know each otiisr aa tlrfy, should 
we have three dlKtlnrt sections In oar 
Commonwenlth. Many of our problems 
wiiold be .«i lved if the three sections 
of 'the Slate were linked together by 
good ninds, so that our people eonlit 
really know rich other and «ork to- 
gether for the common Kood. I ain 
Informed l .r expert men who liave 
Studied- this question that thl.s^ plan 
caa ba carried out withont Inrrenscd 
taxatioa on ezlating. property. 

Good road* aad s*ed aettaala fa to- 
gether sad every dtlnen will Sgree 
that everythhig poBUlbie ahonld be 
done for the edacatloa of our chil- 
dren. I would like to see oar public 
aihool^ the equal of those cf any 
Sl.iie In the fnliin and I will work to 
that end. I am also of the opinlim 
that every eni oiirascnient [lossihle 
bIiomIiI he t'lvrn to mn- Slate I'nlver- 
9ily and Ihal It he plared on a plane 
eipi.'ii to the rnJverslty of nn.\ other 
State. If I am elected Oovernor I 
will Stay ea tk* job aad give the .State 
a bttslasaa administration, and tlie 
best that Is within me. 

If elected Governor, I will call (o 
my nid some of th# leading bu«ln   's 
men In dltTerent lines and seek the r 
counsel and support ' in (lolvini th* 
many ilitllriill problems wlllcii ron- 
front our people. Xb man can sijive 
these proMenis alone, and tlie can- 
didate will) promises to do .^o is the 
worst type of a ilemaBOKiic seeking 
votes. If elected. I promise to do the 
very best I can with the counsel and 
advice of leading wuen mid women of 
onr Slate tn solve our busia*** dlfll- 
cttlties for the b**i iat*r*sts ol! the 
CommeaiMaHh. / 

I tntar this raca free from any 
political promisaa and abeoiotely fks* 
froBi aay kelp or promifa of help ta 
aajjray fram aay buslaeas Brm or 
corporation aaywiwr*. 

It la well known to the State that 
for years I have keen nn advocate of 
cooperative organisation anion;: tlie 
farmer*. Parming Is the i liief liusi- 
ness in Kentucky and I am deli.'hted 
that our cooperative organizations arc 
proving; so surressful. I rongratiilate 
the hankers of Krutiicky on the stand 
they have taken la supportlnK the 
K;i I nn"-- ' Cooperative .Movement, and 
•» ,1 rainier I thank liiem for ilie r 
help In oiir time of need. For the 
past Ukvo years I have been actively at 
work In tbe field to organise tbe 
farmers, both in the Borlcy Distriot 
and tbe Itlnck Patch, and I trust I 
will he pardoned. when I state that I 
have ulwaya paid my own evpcnsex in 
these rampnlKHS. ThU has been a 
ronslder.ihie sum for A man oi' my 
Uiiiiiril means hut I «as i;lail to make 
llie ronlrihullon of butli time and 
■deans to help perfect OUT f^rmafi' 
OrKanlzatlons. ^ 

I believe In equitable and llviagi MSsa 
fur nieii and woman in all llais flrin* 
duMtry. The bent Interests o( the Nation 
are nrrveil when thoae who labor own 
their own homea and can give their loved 
ones not only the neceasltlea uf life but 
the oomforta aa well 

I am unalterably oppoaed to the injec- 
tion of partiaaa poUtloi tato tbe manuge- 
ment of the penal and ebarluble Inatltu- 
liuna of Ihe Staie. 

L'nder our present system of elertiuiiH 
we have un elaetiOB in Kentucky evny 
.ii'ur. Much money could be saved lu the 
lux-puyers Id registrations and electiuns 
und the people relieved of much wuny 
If we ruiisulldated our electluna. I fuvur 

an) plan W'llk-h will brillK ahuUt this 
ri-sull, 

I lia\ ' ihf liiBhesi reaal d f.jr the di*- 
1 ii^.ii^tU'O ^i iUiLaiiali who li.ia aanouiic -d 
.1 t ui'UiJate for liiovrinur und for 
1 itio^e w liu:)e ulUlouiiceiiielit)* 1 am lii- 
' loi-nied will auun be (orthruming. .No 
avl ur utlerauce ot mine will mar iii.! 
cuinpulgii. We have bad entirely too 
much eli'Ue wlUtIa our owa party in the 
past and 1 am hopeful that the campaign 
will be settled upon tbe merlta of the 
candidates tkesucp.ca ug tkht Issues, 
so tint •vtaea the declalaa la Blade we 
wlU go Into the llnal election with a 
united Uemucrailc I'urty. 1 am Inform- 
ed by many active Ueinucrats In all Bans 
uf the Hiats that if 1 um nuinliiatcd we can 
expect to pull the full vute of the nirty, 
und uftL-r iiiuuUts of careful survey and 
iuvemltfatiun 1 am v'uiivlnced that If 
iiomlimted 1 cun build up un urviinlxatlon 
whtrh will Lurr ' uur I'urly lu Hucuess In 
the Illial electluii beyuitd uny quentlpa. 1 
ant ubuolut'-ly ainceie in niy JeHire to 
l el\'e K.-liluiky- I'or luai .\eal.H lu the 

House oi Itt pi e.st-iuaiu es in Keiiiucky. fur 
lour   e.n s ill lie- titalc .Senate, ana for 
fuarleell if. us la tlie I'ullgl e....H uf the 
L'llUed ril.ile.s I hiiVe I epi e.--en t ea a ar*^at 
und a iiutiiotie people in the lam two 
eieetuins I have not had oiiposltioii frum 
the Uepubia an rai t  . Tile pi'up.e ot the 
beveiuti L'oiit;! esMuii.il iii.^liat wou.d nut 
lia\e lilveii nie tins .--eMiei- it I hail 
uealeeled the t)ilblli.-.--s i-iMiu-stt-d lu me. 
i hu\'e taittllull  tiled lo set ve t[je.-ll. ulld 
If elei'ted lioveinoi Illy aiiilali'iit wtU be 
to lender a full l.ie.isuie of deivlce. 

I nei'viAl 111 CoiiKiess under tile ieader- 
tillip of tiiut Kleal I'leHldelit, \\'uodruw 
W il.soll, and .iiwa M (gave luiii ttnd tlht 
poilrleH lo .il »uppurl When niy I'arty 
^-ailed lilt- tu iliaiiaj^e the Slale Caitipaigll 
111 Uiili iur I'li-iildenl W iIhou I uecwpled 
tie- 1 1 spunnlbilily, and we ral lied the 
ril.Jte b  an uv el wheiliiiii^ luajol'lty Al- 
liiuuKli a tiiiiii ol model. lu- nie.tini 1 paid 
the delieil ol that i.'uiiipai.;ii .itnouailny 
tu u auod muii  IhoUMalidM oi 'ii.,:als und 
liuve never learetted the expeiidlluru. 
lu 1V2U the .N'allouul Ueiuuciaiu Coiiuuli- 
t*e called ine tu .New Yuik in take | 
Obarge uf the urgaiiUutlun »uik ibeie, 
and (ur muntbs 1 labured day and uiaiii 
fur Party succeas. Wc koew tlial nuull- 
tlons were such that ws could u i wlo 
but we (uugbt aa beat wc could to the 
but dltelk 1 me n t lea Ibese perauual pMI- 
lers to show llMt 1 have tried la vv* 
sumetUng Ib (•turn for the favora 
whleh my Parly bM shuwn tu me. 

I I IS well kaoWB that (arm lauds uod 
real estate la tbe cities are tiearlns 
heav) burdens u( tsxatloo. It 1 am ileei- 
ed liuveruui, I will make a (ull lar«silKa- 
lloii u( the laass belua paid by all ^aa- 
•s u( piupcrly and It It Is (uuiid (bat 
certain cbusee ol property are ja'rplua 
their share u( taxes, then I wilP^iHalniy 
recummend legislation lu remedy mis de- 
tect tn uur taxlns system. 

lleceut pulltlual deveiuuiiieiiia deiuuii- 
strate that Ibere Is a spieudiJ opporiu- 
nliy uoder proper iMdeiship tu bring 
eaalera ICeatucur aad the lursesi city tu 
our CoouDonwealtb back intu the Upaao- 
vrailo (old. U eucled Uuverner. 1 will 
make every eCert lu give suub a giwd 
adBiliibaiailOB aad lu wurk lu h«uriE«i  
lis from the acsM|E a  



uur aiate mentioned above, that Ikere 
will be flu duubt ubuui the outcotaS la 
future elcctluos.   

Nu duubt uther liiaueM will ariMe darlag 
the campalsii and *o tar as 1 aia 'COa- 
veroed tbey wUl be opeii:  und (rajSkly 
aMt 1 Sttbaitt uijr euudidacy tu ~4tie 

— PsHUaias AdTtrtlasMai / . 



-A 



New Year's Greetings 



We extend to all our customers hearty wishes for 
a tranquil and prosperous New Year. 

Tliit is the time d ymr when one looks two 
ways-^-lfi ^retrospect and in "prospect. Looking back- 
ward, we congratulate ourselves on the warm and 
loyal support extended to us by our old patrons* and 
Um %t lm» mm^^ we have made. 

Laooking ahead, we see a long program of acthri* 
ties in behalf of service. 

We are ever searching for the best and finest in 
morchttndisey and oar ideal ^f qualily beckons to e?er 
greater achievements. 

We are setting a new standard for service in 
merchandiieMd in perf omance for the year 




Se W* ANDERSON COa 

OWENSBMO. .Where Courtesy Reigns. [KENTUCKY 




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Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.), 1922-12-27

8 pages, edition 01

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