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every Wednesday ay
-J) HERALD PTB. ' CO.
DOST FAIL TO VOTE SATURDAY
PICK THE WINNER FROM THIS
iffELL A. FOGLE,
irnt m4 Editor
WPORA5 a. RETT,
srtford, Ky., i
Ee tecond clay.
tween the gv '
engaged In co
e ft efiO
. . 0j
the present tl'
Buckler, .tat. be accPpted Ior leM
cultural clubat $1.75.
of Agriculture, jTES
retained In ajg JOc pef ,lne fof
"Shows a 400 pt)011 Md -8c per une
enrollment simion thereafter.
when 4.000 yoy Advertising made
berg of county plication.
: Of the tot,ertlB!n' ca8h ,n ad-
681 are engag. "
project, 9,870 inks," Resolutions of
6,026 girls' prA 0b"lar'
... . er word. Headlines
,rrops include t cent, eacb.
toes, soybeans, - ...
small fruits, gsrch Service Free
and tobacco. Z""tmt : b(J
etude for poultt7,141Bl, of CaB.
FOR JUDGE OF SIXTH JUDICIAL
GEORGE S. WILSON
L. P. TANNER
FOR SHERIFF OHIO COUNTY
C. B. CARDEN
E. E. B1RKHEAD
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEAiK
Magisterial DUlrkt No. 4
P.. B. CANARY t
T. A. EVANS
-tattle and beef ci
girls include such Clerk", . .f 12.50
Howfnar and the irOfllre . . . 10. OO
trict a4 . I
Jfflces . 5.00
State FaLitfice lft.00
T. J. BARNETT
FOR JTSTICE OF THE PEACE
Magteu-rfctl District No. 5
0. C. MAGAN
Mutual ... 7!t
I G. S. HOLBROOK
J. H. AMBROSE
JAMES A. TATE
want to take
"In urire all ' ttw. TlnmnrrjiHr :
terlalj:,, th, county lo go to the i
ler, SL CBtn.Jn- an.l htf ,n !.in I
this last oppor-1
TO THE VOTERS
certain the nomination of
choice of the party for the
'offices for which nomina-
thus to be made.
vour choice will be
a Junior triJM firjd tnat
exhibit of H-flght haa W, falr
Ing by the b 4t w nominee9
irr Hfiii at
ior livestock Judging Jlne
selection of Tuii fall,
number of Jg DripenIng
"7,,uo" "l ihlo County; the full
girls the va-
.mi nirt II ,1 It V
I would my I have known Roy H.
Foreman, Candidate ' for County
Court Clerk, from birth, have
watched him through life and have
ever found him to be on the square,
In no far as my personal dealings
with him are concerned. Roy was
taken from school at 9 or 10 years
of age, to help on the farm, and in
log woods, and was out until the
age of seventeen, when he said,
"Dad. I am going to school." He
attended Narrows school onn or two
terms, was admitted to the Fords
ville High School and graduated
v 14 I from that Inntitntinn nndar Prof.
Rt lne u" . Shultz. Principal.
an s . reference to
week in regard to
ISOO posted as teal"
?ws of "w4iat
prize money in the 1
rr,ntst. Girls' (lemon
will coinr-Mt for $15
These are a few of the
are Included in the
which has been pr
,on the day be-
He took the ex
amination, made a flrst-cass certif
icate, and on his 22nd.. birthday
tiirt'd teaching his first school at
, "Old Gum Spring" school house. In
1 nil. he ha hud eight years experl-
anfA ai n tpnphor TTp hcirnn tn A
' ,v...,i. ,rai h,ul .ml pn,! hi. sth. ! McCormlck, of Route 4. sustained a
TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUN TY
As a last appeal to you for your support for the nomination for
County Clerk, I want to say that' I am confident that I will be the
nominee of the Republican" Party aid that, If nominated, I will be
sure of election In November, for I have conducted my campaign in
such a manner that I am sure that none of my opponents will have
anything but best wishes for my sucess in November, and I feel that I
will be entitled to the support of all of them, and the entire Republican
As I have said above I am confident that when the ballots have
been counted It will be found that I am the nominee of the Republican
Party for County Clerk, for I have some of the best men in each and
every precinct for me, and if one-rhlrd of the voters who have prom
ised me their support, vote for me on Aug. 6th, I can not be defeated,
and I want to make a special appeal to all of my friends to he. not de
ceived by any last day or hour repo'ts, for I am lu to win, and will not
give up until the polls close and thevote has been counted. And now
I want to make a special and final appeal to all of you who had boys
who offered their service in the protection of America and of American
Homes, and the womanhood of the greatest Nation on earth. I slept in
the mud and rain for you, with no one to caress me but the friendly
"Cootie." I say I did this voluntari y for iny Country and for you. Now
won't rn row yn',r appreciation o! this by going to the polls and vot
ing for me? I am sure you will, an 1 I want to thank you for doing that
in advance, and assure you that It will be fully appreciated by me, and
I will be the next Clerk of the Ohio County Court. .
Sincerely yours for the success of the Republican Party.
JAS. A. TATE.
(Political Advertisement) . .
VOING FRANK McftJRMICK Mrs. Emory Schroeter and Infant
Ixai UED IX UCN-A WAY i daughter, Virginia,- left Sunday
J morning for Falmouth, Ky.. where
Franklin McCormick, eleven years
old, son of Mr. . and Mrs. B. F.
Kixtxn (ViuiiiIcm I'lun
More than 8.000 pull. ave geng.
varieties of poultry wiPhe 8f,r!ett.
can see rtie
it in his re-1
, aid to the
t hat even I
Ities of the
in Hartford High School.
I As for bad hahitsr he has none,
i having Joined the church early In
life, his church and Sunday school
( record is exemplary.
I am contributing this bit of in
formation to my friends over the
County, and the votors in particular
that they may make no mistake in
voting for a clenn man when on
Au. 6, you cast your vote for Roy
H. Foreman, as the Republican
nominee for County Court Clerk. ' I
uAurA-,utin ,mni. . . ! "i " remove
ducted by the Collegeut th, on,vany erroneous ,deas ,hat may be ,n
ture. according to an " at, ci"u,ion abu' him' an hi
h. i H P ' tion ofil:ite date, without speaking dis-
t0 """Varaglnsly'of any candidate I feel
...Twith the "sacred" tariff, ;fhat , hftve but pt,rforme(, R duty
too huy devising jwy and means (n Myng (hfg b)t ,0 thg pubc g
nf .ulii:; the ex-servloe mea out .,,., ,rnm .,.ij
Just recognition of worth and
merit and im regretted by all. So,
11 county pullet salei
tliis fall as a part o,tnerwi8e. !
, his selectlun from the
r , . . V .1 II .. 1. J .. '
t i i m. crveu Donna "u iii i j)e
ll... ....I li . I- km.nA. tflA '
i" if ii i i :c- iur i aw uvuvuv "
ii.-Hratinns. We mustn't tax the
' 'ir iMiple" for the lanefit of our!
r-Mwhi!" defenders, tut it's all
lii.ut for "Boss" Fordney & Co. to
r the limit on levyloi? tribute on
the Ii. 1, I. m cltinee for , the benefit
ef the "Moated plutocrats."
Ay verily, f. we j-ep-at and re
iffirm our statements t f last week.
Th. re is not a V0X(LiV the Norris
fractured leg last Thursday morn
ing when he was thrown from a
blind mare which became frighten
ed when she stepped in a yellow
Jacket's nest and ran away, falling
Into a deep ditch. The unfortunate
youth was thrown from the mare's
back, breaking his left leg midway
between the knee and hip. Medical
attention was obtained at once and
the bone set, but his progress to
ward recovery has been handicap
ped by the extremely warm weath
er. However, his many . friends
hope that he will soon begin to
A good cow belonging to Mr. 'Joe
Shultz, of near Narrows, was killed
by lightning, recently.
tbey will visit
panied by her
Thomas, as far
her brother, Mr.
She was accom
father, Mr. E. P.
as Louisville where
he will visit .his son, James P.
Thomas.. Mrs. Schroeter iwll visit
her husband in Ohio before return
Mrs. H. M. Johnson and children,
of Louisville, arrived In Hartford
last Friday to spend several weeks
with Mr. and Mrs. John A. Duke.
Mr." Johnson will Join his family in
a 'short time.
Miss Mayme Belle Chamberlain,
of Owensboro, returned to her home
yesterday after having made an ex
tended visit with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shown, in the
men and women, I ask that you be
thoughtful when you cast your vote
on August 6th.
C. C. CARTER.
(Political Ad.) Narrows, Ky.
"--gg bllll about long-
CHARI.KY HMITH RKCKIVKH
OOI W1SHKS FROM FRIEND
"""We. We hope they Mr cbar, gmHh
"'.Hl hefnra their .
Hartford, Ky., July 16. 1921.
for short-time loans
and associations of
the purpose of ex
Barred Plyrr ,ntroUueed
ton county, r
i.nriHimv . i mril
Pivmouh 1 1 the RBBUDiican's farmer
and Wya,?, bjlpj Let ug hope
Novcuib"! tnmeA to disappolnt
fiom all bfhopa dferred maketh
Two hun-k .,
200 WhiU( NOTICK
ii' Hi sal lt
Farmeiiixpayers of Prentiss and
(mkbiKk Tireclncts: I, or one of
will be at Prentiss,
and at Wytox,
1 'rs In. said precincts
jj th; at C
Jk. ith and
Dear Old Friend: I have been!
Informed that you are in the field !
for Jailer. I wish I was there to !
help you out, but never-the-less I'
will give you my congratulations, j
wishing you all the good luck that J
nny man can have, and hoping to
hear on Aug. 6. 1921. that Mr.!
Charloy Smith has landed the noml-j
nation for Jailer of Ohio County.
For the interest you hove shown
the people in the last tour years in '
Ohio Couaiy, 1 think you should
fcave it. j
WiNliing you a long am' happy"
life end many merry games over the 1
tour'y, I r uuln
"THE WANDERING KID."
t eae of thee RCMO0QJN6-R
l O. C. I O'
A O. T. C. O. C. 1 ft"CE'
14 I JUL ItM . Taire
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JAHES H. WILLI AHS,
Union County Bar Pays High
Compliment to G. S. Wilson,
Candidate For Circuit Judge
. The legal fraternity of Union county pays the Ho. .
Geo. 8. Wilson, of Owensbora, a high compliment In tho
following endorsement which was published In i recent
issue of the Morganfleld Sun. In the list, which In
v eludes every attorney in the county, we note the name
of the Hon.'H. D. Allen, former Congressman from th
. The members of the Union county bar have sent
Hon. Geo. 8. Wilson, who is a candidate for Curcult
Judge In the Sixth District, the following endorsement
of his candidacy: '
"We, the members of the Union County Bar, wh
have learned with pleasure and satisfaction that Hon.
Geo. 8. Wilson, formerly one of onr number, is a candi
date for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge or
the Sixth Judicial District of Kentucky, desire to . bear
testimony to the electorate of our adjoining district aa
to his fitness and qualifications to perform the duties of
this high office.
"George 8. Wilson was born and reared in Union
county, Ky., a poor boy, and by his own efforts acquired
an education. He was graduated from the Cumberland
University law school In 1900, admitted to the Union
county bar the same year, at which bar he practiced un
til his removal to Owensboro about 11 years since. In
childhood he was a hard working upright boy, and as a
man these characteristics became more accentaated, a
leader in civic and church affairs, whose character r
Integrity was never questioned, who represented Union
. county In the Kentucky legislature iu 1906, 1908 and
1910. the last time nominated and elected without op
position, and that year elected Speaker of the lower
house. It was with regrets we saw him leave his native
county for broader fields, yet we congratulate the citi
zens of Daviess county In having gained such a splendid
, man, whose life, character and reputation have alway
been above reproach.
As a lawyer he ranks among the best, and is a close
student with a splendid knowledge of the law, gathered
from an active aggressive practice during " the past
twenty years. He is fair, courteous, firm and of liberal
mind, and we believe him well fitted to preside with
honor and dignity over any court.
H. D. ALLEN
W. T. HARRIS
H. X. MORTON
G. L. DRURY
J. L. LEWIS
ff. MACK THOMPSON
P. H. WINSTON.
L. C. FLOURNOY
The Home of High-Class
DEAR CRITICAL BUYER:
We continue to place our advertising, before you in order
to keep the name of our store constantly before you.
."We want you to become so familiar with 'our store and'
our merchandise, and to feel such satisfaction with our
methods of doing business, that whenever you have a need in
our line you will Instantly think of our store as theplace
where your wants can best be supplied. Here we are quot
ing you prices on a few representative values which will v
help you remember this as the store of big values and high
Figuted lawns and voiles to close this seasons stock:
Regular 16c value, now ..10c
Regular 20c value, now .' ..15c
Regular 25c value, now 18c
Regular 35c value, now 2So
Regular 60c value, now ........ 85o
Regular $1.00 value, now 50c
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S ' SUITS
615.00 suits, now $11.00
$20.00 suits, now 14.00
$26.06 suits, now i 1S.50
Don't fail to see these bargains. '
Yours for better values,
Carson & Co
TFORO HERALD, -DOLT S1.5Q THE M
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