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New Fall Merchasidise Arriving Daily!
Just received a complete line of Men's Corduroy Suits and Trousers. Coats are
Norfolk styie, made from best grade English Corduroy; Trousers either lace
leg or straight bottom.
Complete line Men's Shirts, Underwear and Sweaters. Everything in Ladies'
Ready to Wear. Styles direct from New York. Prices are right.
One Price to All
One Price fo All
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collected for that purpose In 1917.
Have the public roads of the county
been improved 100 per cent in the
last four years? Has the county
debt been reduced proportionately?
Ohio County taxpayers now know
the definition of "watered stock. " It
is the interest the Fiscal Court has
obtained for them in the local light
and water company.
I COUXTV SCHOOL
I BOARD CANDIDATES
We extend to I. D. Claire the trib
ute of a novice to one grown silver
haired In a common service, our ap
preciation of a bit of work, artistical
ly and gracefully done, and infused
with the spirit of human kindness.
For such in our opinon, was his
tribute to an humble but faithful
colored servant and friend.
Democratic Ticket, Mayor,
W. E. Ellis; Police Judge, J. D. Hol
brook; Councilmen, W. M. Fair, S.
(C. Render, W. H. Gillespie, P. B.
( Taylor, J. A. Westerfleld and A. C.
Citizens' Ticket, Mayor, W. C.
Blankenship; Councilmen, S. O.
Keown, L. S. Igleheart, A. E. Pate,
W. S. Tinsley, W. J. Bean and John
. B Wilson.
I Progressive Ticket, Police Judge,
D. Baker Rhoads; Trustees Carl M.
Taylor, Geo. W. Keown, R. T. Tay
The following gentlemen have
been nominated, by petition, for
members of the County Board of
Education and will appear on the
ballot in the order named: G. R.
Wooten( Hartford, Route 2; Claud
Renfrow, Dundee; C. E. Crowder,
Horton; Dr. Willard Lake, Sim
mons; R. A. Owen. Hartford, Route
and W. R. Carson, Hartford.
Route 3. There are two vacancies
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1921
' Circuit Judge
GEORGE 8. WILSON
GLOVER H. CARY
A. C. PORTER
PR. D. H. GODSEY
T. F. TANNER
County Clerk r
C. B. CARDEN
J. M. PORTER
NEWTON R. BAIZE
JuHtice of the Peace
2nd. District, Clinton Igleheart.
Srd. District, V. B. Patterson.
4th. District, Willie Harl.
Ith. District, O. 8. Hoi brook,
6th. District, E, F. Cook.
' 1st. District, J. W. Wilson.
Itb. District, H. C. Acton.
The Hartford Republican "shore
do have more trouble than anybody."
Last week it floundered and blunder
ed into charging that its pet, the
local light and power company, had
put over an electric light "graft" on
the City of Hartford. Oh, surely not!
The life-line thrown out by the Fis
cal Court is surely enough.
Three little "Democratic evidences"
trotted out in review;
One kicked over the traces, then
there were two.
Two little "Democratic evidences"
to show what Slack's done;
One died of old age, then there was
One little "Democratic evidence"
when its "do was done"
Was found to be a mugwump; then i
there was none.
MRS. SUSAN STEWART
Mrs. Susan Stewart who was run
lor, Joe R. Williams and James T. over bv 8 work train near er home
Ralph. at Rosine, about three weeks agq,
Citizens' Ticket, Police Judge, j die(1 Sunday Oct. 16th. She was
W. P. Thomas; Trustees. H. D. Tay-1 73 year or 8e and one of that
lor, George Kane, Ernest Martin, R. i community s most respected women.
T. Taylor and C. B. Hurt.
People's Ticket, Police Judge, Al
lison Haynes; Trustees, J. F. Cooper,
Arthur Westerfleld, C. L. Mason C.
P. Kissinger and O. T. Cobb.
Police Judge, L. T. Reld; Trustees,
Lee Mason, J. S. Danks, Emory Til
ford, Geo. Dunn and J. G. Wil
liams; Marshal, A. Austin,.
Police Judge, L. W. Tlchenor;
Trustees W. C. Everley, S. B. Hill,
L. W. Carlisle, S. L. Durham and W.
C. Knott; Marshal, E .E. Bishop.
Mr. Alfred Stewart, of this city, is
Rev. Ward Taylor conducted fun
eral services, the following day. The
body was laid to rest in Leach' bury
Willie (Dee) MuiTett, age 26, Nar
rows, R. F. D. No. 1, to Sallie Fen
tress, age 19, Barrett's Ferry.
Shelby Brown, age 24, Narrows,
R. F. D. No. 2, to Lizzie Morris, age
21, Narrows, R. F. D. No. 2. '
J. C. Thomas, age 63, Chatham,
111., to N. E. Russell, age 46, Rosine.
Hubert Basham, age 21,' Horse
Branch, to Ida Belle Faught, age 21,
Clay Baird, age 20, Hartford, R.
F. D. No. 4, to Ethel Rlcheson, age
21, Hartford, R. F. D. No. 4.
Frank Woodcock, age 19. Beaver
Dam R. F. D. No. 2. to Bertha
j Geary,, age 18, Beaver Dam, R. F.
i D. No. 2.
B. B. Moore, age 28, Simmons, to
Luvenla Trail, age 16, Simmons.
Sam Shaver, age 48, Echols to
Maybelle Herrel, age 42, Rock port.
Oscar Ashby, age 22, Centertown,
to Lillie Balls, age 19, Rockport.
Shelby Rock, age 63, Hartford,
R. F. D. No. 2, to Vlaner Taylor, age
SATURDAY SPECIALS, OCT. 2DTH,
FOR CASH ONLY;
One can Pure Lard ...... .T.Sd.oO-
Luna Soap, 6 for ,. , . mnk.25
Quick Naphtha Soap, 12 cakes .7e
Toilet Soap, 6 f or ... ..-..aae
Economy Brooms, each 85c
Jumbo pickles, large 45c do.
10 per cent reduction on every
thing outside of the grocery line.
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR
HOW WILL YOU VOTE?
Question: What is a non-partisan?
A non-partisan is an indi
vidual who Is nominated by a par
ty, goes on the ballot as a party
nominee and if be is elected, makes
all his appointments to positions
which are worth while financially
from the members of his own party.
At least we presume that Is Judge
Slack's definition. He can't fool
the voters for they know that the
Master Commissioner and Trustee
of the Jury Fund in every county
in the district are Republicans and
that he appointed each and every
Are you In favor of amending the
State Constitution - by striking out
of Sections 91, 93 and 95 the words
"Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion" thereby leaving to the Gen
eral Assembly the power to provide
by law for such officer and
method of bis selection?
Three weeks ago the Republican's
anonymous magisterial correspond
ent wm e?lm!?ig erdlt for the es
tflilshiiient and maintenance of the
Hartford ladies' rest room. Last
week our contemporary was trying
to make a campaign issue out of the
statement that the Hartford city
council "willingly accepts free water
for the ladies' rest room which this
company, (Kentucky Light & Pow
er Co.,) furnishes gratis." , Now who
really did kill that bear? Guess
again, brother, pausing to drop a
tear upon the bier of another claim
of accomplishment of the "water
Do you favor amending Section
186 of the State Constitution so
that said section when amended
shall read as follows:
I "All funds accruing to the School
Fund shall be used for the main
tenance of the Public Schools of the
Stnte, and for no other purpose, and
the General Assembly shall by gen
eral law prescribe the manner of
'the distribution and the use of the
'Public School fund for public school
! purposes. Provided, however, that
'not more than ten per cent of said
public school' fund shall be distrib
uted other than upon the per
The assessed valuation of farm
land in Ohio County has more than
doubled . within the last four years.
It was Increased by more than a ball
million dollar for the fiscal year of
till over that of 1920. The coun
'tr r.venn. for general purpose for
192? will be nearly twice tb amount
You lose. Here It Is:
"Any voter can move toward keep
ing Judges out of politics by declin
ing to vote for any candidate for a
Judgeship because he Is a Republi
can or a Democrat; by declining to
vote to remove any Judge whose rec
ord is good and who is opposed by
a candidate who is not bis superior."
But in this district the suffrage of
a large majority of the voters will
be exercised to put George S. Wil
son on the circuit bench because,
Judging from bis accomplishment
and qualifications, they believe be I
"superior" to an opponent whose
record I only fifty per cent 'good"
Creating a Market
"I'm writing scenario for
moving picture comedies."
"Any money In It?" .
"Not directly, but I'm sell
ing custard pie on the ld."
GOOD MILCH COWS
When In need of a good, first
class cow, writ W. M. K1RBY, .
P. O. Box 23. Bowling Green, Ky,
' i mm
Tb Hartford Herald, f 1.60 the year
She: I love htm because he so
He: And you get mad when I'm
8ie smoked just one
No moro tor Bet
Bho calls It now .
Applicant Yon advertised for a
Motorist 1 did. Are yon one?
Applicant You bet I should re
quire my pay In advance.
"Mamma, may I stand on my bead?"
"No ; little girls can't do that" .
"Well, may I do It when I'm a big
Husband Of course, my dear, I
have my faults
Wife I should have to have very
keen vision to detect your virtue.
"But, my dear, you can find fault
with your eye shut"
Cultured One The scenario 1 a
wonderful form of expre-.nl. mi, but it
will never be on the n..,.i basla a
music and poetry.
Movie Fan Wl v jh.iT If measured
by the footl Pil.i Fun.
That eld fellow ha Just b
tailed a dlotaphone In hi aMee."
"He say all hi t.ngraphr
war . pretty, ha eeuldnt keep jiuj
wind an hi buln
The Brighter Dawn.
A little time with sorrow,
Bui ta tur darkosl slant
Ws drwua ut a loroairow
Unuttwably kiigbtl ,
: Furpl CW.
SHERIFF'S TAX SOTICE
I, or one of my deputies will W
at the following places on the follow
ing dates, for the purpose of collect
ing taxes. Please meet me At th
places mentioned below:
CROMWELL, Wednesday . . .Oct. 10-
PRENTISS, Friday Oct. 2t
TAYLOR MIXES, Saturday . .Oct. 22
McHENRY, Saturday Oct. 2
NARROWS, Wednesday . : . .Oct. lO
DUNDEE, Monday .Oct. 24
WYSOX, Wednesday ..... .Oct. 2ftv
ROCKPORT. Wednesday . . ' Oe. ..
BEAVER DAM, Thursday . . .Oct. ST
RENDER, Saturday Oct. 2-
S. A. BRATCHER, 8. O. C.
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