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THE HARTFORD HERALD
DXRX LEAF BELT BACKERS
PLEDGE MO TO BRQ'A'ERS
Financial Support Assured Mem
bers of Pool at Group Meet
, in; In Fulton.
Fulton, Ky., May 18. Bankers 'of
Groups One and Two, comprising
practically every financial institu
tion in the southwestern counties of
the State, unanimously adopted reso
lutions Wednesday indorsing the
Dark Tobacco Growers' Co-operative,
Association and pledging not
only Substantial financial support
tntlal financial suppcW
. helpfulness in getting
.bacco grower, to join
the dark tobacco growers' to Join
the association., This actton was
taken following an address by Judge
' Robert W. Bingham. .
Crowera of t.tll icrei of dark
tobacco in Christian County signed
over their crops, to the associations' Hie taxi driver and, step
,. . . . , .-. .' P'ng In, settled down comfortably on
while the banks were arranging for( cushions
financial support and success of the Frances belonged to a dub of' girls
association. This leaves only 8.640 who were always thinking op some
acres in iansuan ivumy 10 ua cau
The resolutions follow: ,
"'Adopted unamlmously, your
committee appointed on resolutions
desires to report as follows:' First,
we have heard with pleasure and
profit Judge Robert W. Bingham's
address on co-operative 'marketing
of tobacco for the dark tobacco dis
trict and groups one and two of
the Kentucky Bankers' Association
very heartily approve said plan, I
and it is resolved by this assocla-l
tlon that the members hereof rec-
ommend the nlan to the rrower. nf
dark tobacco and that this associa
tion pledge Its
and financial support to the extent
of Its ability.
. "Whereas the American Bankers'
- Association, through its committee
of public education, is striving to
'take the 'bank to the people and
the people to the bank,' we indorse
the movement and pledge co-opera- j men, and all were In regulation dress.
tlon. , ,a,y ' nil,,rt'e B came up to her.
."We" heartily approve of the ef- The who hnd greeted her came
orts of the Kentucky Livestock Im-1 her 'l' My'n "Par
r . ... . . don me, I do not recall your name.
provement Association and its ef- . PranrM Mnlllt . ,,.,.,
forts should nave our Indrosement.
"It is the sense of this associa-
tlop .that an expression of apprecla-.
tlon for the fine addresses and In
terest manifested . by met outside
the association who have contribut-j
ed so much to the success of this
meeting be made and especially do
.we desire to thank Messrs. George
E. Allen, James Speed,' Judge Rob-
ert,W. Bingham, T. jL. Young and
W. W. Peavyhouse, Deputy Banking
"These two groups further CRfre
to go ' on record favoring better '
schools, the construction ot gooa
roads, more advanced agriculture
and all good movements looking to
the upbuilding of Kentucky.'
"It is with a . sense ot pride that
we point to - the strong condition of
our banks. They have stood .the
train of deflation and depression
which has cast a shadow upon the
business world and we feel more
hopeful of the immediate outlook
for our farming Interests.'
"We - indorse ". the actton ot
committee in holding a Joint meet
ing of groups one and two and in
choosing Fulton as the place of
meeting and we extend the thank,
to the bankers and citizens ot Ful
and appreciation of the association
for their splendid hlspitallty.
"CHARLES H. ELLIS,
'THOMAS H. STOKES,
' , , "SOLON L. PALMER,
'"Committee on Resolutions."
J. Basil Ramsey, president of the
Hopkins County Bank, . wa. elected
president and W. B. Sparks, of Mor
ganfleld secretary of Group Two 'of
tb. Kentucky State Bankers' Asso-!
elation. The convention voted to
meet In Madisonvlle next jrear. .
5.M1 Acre Signed Up
Hopklnsvllle. Ky., May. 18. la
rite of. serious obstacles the mem
bership campaign of the Dark To
bacco Growers' Co-operative Asso
ciation Is progressing splendidly in
Christian County, It wa. announced
by Chairman T. C. Jones of the local
Executive Committee.. Josept Pas
aonneau. district manager, is de
lighted with the showing..
Reports, . pot including scattering
pledges from other districts,
r, . . , , ... f
pledged In eighteen
school districts, leaving 8,540 acre.
unsigned. The Howell district Is
signed up almost splld, Til acre,
'pledged aad only seventy unsigned.-'
-mHav ttflrlta' hml Urn malorftlfiH
and along th. Clark.ville Pike the)
.ignup wa. almost. olid. . ,
a' . .... I
OUUJV itvnuia . awiv
hom when workers called, and oth-
er. have to consult other parties
.nM in.r..H in erons. ' others
wanted more time to study, the prop-.
H By ANNE RICHARDS.
6k till, bf McClur Mtwapapu ByntootM.
Frances Moultoo'a eye. were spark
ling with anticipation and laughter aa
abe stood before ber mirror putting the
finishing touches to a most becoming
but somewhat unusual costume. To be
sure, skirts were being worn short this
season, but even the gayest of the gay
circles did not carry the prevailing
style to quite such a height, for the
lowest hem of the lowest ruffle on
Frances' party gown scarcely covered
the knees, which, stranger still, wore
no covering beneath the ruffle, a pair
of whit. sock, with tin, pink ribbon
lLe ,op Ieachlu on
to the fluffy ruffle,
A call of "Taxi", here" from below
hastened her movements. Her mother
and father called a good-night from
the living room. Opening the door.
1 ,he wen quickly down the steps, gave
novelty in the way of merrymaking.
For this eyenlng thsy had planned that
each girl should come prepured to take
the character of some acquaintance, to
dress and act the part, and 'Frances
had been studying her seven-year-old
neighbor and had copied her dancing
school frock for the occasion, looking
forward gnyly to the surprise she
would give the girls.
The club was to be entertained at
the new home of Isabel Burr, one of
i th. Club members, into which her fam.
uy had moved but a fortnight before,
The taxi shopped . and, allghtlug,
Frances went up the steps, where a
trtm ma,1 opened the door and mo-
.4 ... I 1 J I .1..
f ur""u suiirway. m me
I large, nicely furnished chamber above
I a few wraDS showed that ulift was not
. flrst .r,ivni. '
As she passed down the stairs later
two ladles came townrd her. They
were strangers and looked at her rath
er oddly. Who hud the girls invited
to this affair, anyway?
In the doorway at the foot of the
stairs she stopped short Of the group
In the room about hulf were gentle-
"Isabel? Who Is Isabel?" The lady
"Why, Isabel Burr, who entertains
our club here this evening." Frances
full- thnt elm nj'ua In cam, .anl nlrh.
"I am not acquainted with Isabel
Burr, and this Is the home of Mr. Pen
dexter Burrage. I are Mrs. Burrsge."
Frames looked at her In stunned sur
prise. "Isn't this who where " .he
"Oh, cant you take me some
where?" She shrank back from the
stairway just as an alert young man
came from the hall.
"Hello, mother, have you adopted a
II tie girl? Who Is the pink fairy?"
. "This young lady seems to have
made a mistake of some kind, Law
rence. She thought this was the home
of a Miss Burr, a friend of hers."
"Oh, If you will let me explain," and
Frances told them who she was, where
she lived and the reason for ber un
Mrs. Burrage looked relieved, and
her son laughed heartily, which seemed
to relieve the tension, and for the flrst
time Frances smiled and felt a ray of
A few minutes at the telephone
solved the riddle. Merely a transpos
ing of number, had brought France,
to a dance given by Mrs. Pendexter
Burrage to the members of the ex
clusive collets club. Instead of the In
formal merrymaking of a group of
her Intimate friends.
. "Oh, bow could I have been so heed
less? I am so sorry to have caused
you ' all this trouble. If. I may ask
one more favor, will you be so kind
as to telephone for a taxi, and I will
relieve you of my society."
"Better than that," returned Law.
rence. "Wait here five minutes and I
will take you In my car," and be went
out before France, could vote, her
ob jectlons. -
A few moment, later, a. they rolled
lowly down the long avenue, for the
young man was In no haste to land
his winsome . passenger, France,
breathed a sigh of relief as abe said,
"Oh, I am so grateful to you and your
"I will call tomorrow evening so
that you may have a better opportunity
of expressing your gratitude," said her
"I will be grown up by that time."
"But not more charming, I am sure."
He brought the car to a atop and
Jumped out. "Little girl, have to be
helped out of automobiles;," Taking
her 'In hi. arm. be put her lightly oq t
ma Kruuuu. iuu iwiiuiuk uwr. wu.
. i . 1 A .4 I ....... I .
"and sometimes they reward tho big
. takM thm to rld, ...
ght vti.kped from him and ran up
tb step, as be called after her, "I
can wait for my reward till tomoo
WANTED Blacksmith to rutt v
custom .hop ou th.. hare.. Fa.
orkmau can make flv. to eight
dollars per day It first , class horse-
m a anil wnAfl-HAvlr man ' Una arfss-aa
001 reMuce. both a. to ability.
and honesty. Answer quickly.
ERNEST NEWTON, Earltngton. Ky.
t POEM COMMEMORATING
", ' Glengarry Farm,
My dear Editor:- Herewith en
closed, I send my poem in com
memoration of Kentucky's sacrtfled.
Thls obsolete word I use with fore
thought and nave set forth in my
poem what I hope will find a dwell
ing place in the hearts of our people,
. . IN GLORY LIVE
Gone back to God. What tomb could
' hide .
The martyr souls, the sacrtfled?
; "r Ior?T" ,awel,
. J r . " m h,,'eu bel1
For us, that light forever dwell.
Where rolled the Teutons awful tide;.
Thnt christian nations might abide
In love and peace on duty fell ,
Gone back to God.
O Mother mine, thy heart has sighed
In memory's shrine thy tear has
From starlit-land where . anthem,
An angel soldier's clear notes tell
Of love and peace thy son who died
Gone back to God.
JAMES BLYTHE ANDERSON.
ANSWER THE CALL
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Spells of backache often follow,
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A splendid remedy for such at
A medicine that has satisfied
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Hartford Herald, 81.50 te 'ear
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Agent , Hartford, Ky.
1 MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE
Frank T. Rusael, et, al, Plaintiff
order of sate t
Thomas, et, al,
, Mary Russet
By virtue of a judgment and or;
- , de(. ot iaie,of the ohlo Clrcut Court(
rendered at the May term 1922,
above cause for the purpose of
dividing the proceeds among ' the
interested parties as their respec
tive Interest may appear herein, af
ter the cost ot this actton, includ
ing a reasonable attorney fee, has
b un paid, I shall proceed to offer
tor sale at the court house door in
HarUord, Kentucky, to the highest
IJer. Public .ud
T the ,h. duy of J
1 'c!ock p' m"
uction. on Mon-
une, 1922, at
court daV( upon , credu ot ilx and
. tv. ,,..:,. tlia following de-
scribed property, to wit:
A certain tract or parcel ot land
iu Ohio County, Kentucky on the
waters ot panther creek and
bounded as follows:
Beginning at a gum tree at cor-!
nor of D. P. Mosley, J. H. Tanner
and Elvis Farmer's land; thence
North with D. P. Mosley's line to!
two hickories in J. R. Mosley's line; I
thence West with J. R. Mosley's
line to a stone In J. F. Henry's line;
thence South with J. F. Henry's
line to a stone in Elvis Farmer's
line; this with ' his line running
taat with his line to the beginning,!
being 80 acres, more or less,
Being same land conveyed
James Russell by V. B. Morgan andtCoo,s 88 appears of record in Ohioi
Wife ou December 4ih 1906, which!
deed is of record
page Sol, Ohio
iu deed book 29,69' PaS 81.
tliA nilrnliiica r. n , K n ......
- ' " J yuavMUCC fl ittj W1D U1-.
chaser must execute bond with ap-
proved surety, bearing legal Inter-'
es: from the day of sale until paid,
with lien regained and having force'
and effect of- a Judgment. Bidder,'
will be prepared to comply prompt-'
ly with these terms.
B. H. ELLIS.
M. L. Heavrln and Cecil Heavrln,
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE
John W. Conyers, Plaintiff,
A. W. Morgan, Defendant.
Ey virtue of a judgment and or
der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court,
rendered at the May Term, 1922, iu-erty hereinafter described and puy
the above, cause for the sum of ment of costs, I will offer for sale
iJ673'.60, with interest at the rate
per cent, per annum from the;
day of December 1921, and
Plaintiff's costs herlu I will offer for
sale by Public Auction at the Court
House door in Hartford, on Monday,
the 6th., day of June 1922. about 1
o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six
months the following described prop
erty, to-wlt: j
"Beginning at a stake in the Wood
ward mill road; thence with said
road S. 19 A degrees West, 1850 ft.
to a stone, corner to the Johnson;
hence N. 85 W. 2100 ft. to a'
itake, corner to Douglas Johnson; . until it intersects Green River;
thence with his line N. 3 E. 1700 ft. thence down the River to the nioutli'
to a stake, corner to lot No. 1; thence of Rough River; thence up Rough j
S.-88H E. 2600 ft. to the beginning.; River to the beginning; this belns
containing 93. 88 acres, being the the same property that was conveyed
same property conveyed to A. W. 'to John Rowan, now deceased, by A.j
Morgan by Lucy Hinea, etc., deed of I. Moore, Master Commissioner ot,
record in deed book 62 at page 201 'McLean Circuit Court, on July 3rd.,!
In the Ohio County Court Clerk's
For purchase price, the purchaser
must execute bonds, with approved. Rowan to S. W. Rowan, on the last
surety, bearing legal interest frorajday ot November, 1886 and of rec
date of sale, until paid, with lein re- rd In the office of the C'.erk of the
talned and having the force and McLean County Court, in deed book
effect ot a judgment. Bidders will be
prepared to comply promptly with
B. H. ELLIS,
T. F. Blrkhead, Clarence Bartlett
and A. D. Kirk. Attorneys.
M ASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE
Mathlas Baker, Plaintiff
Judgment and order pt sale.
PaK Coots, et al, Defendant.
By virtue of judgment and order
of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court,
rendered at the May term, 1922, la
the above cause tor the debt ot
Mathlas Baker, plaintiff, et, al, and
costs, I will offer tor sale by public.
Auction at the Court house door in. J
Hartford, on Monday the 6th. day of
June, 1922, at about 1 o'clock p. m., J
being County court day, upon a cred-j '
it of six and twelve months, the fol-
lowing described property, to wit; j
No. 1: A certain tract or parcel
of land lying and being in Ohio
County, and bounded a. follows: ,
Beginning at a stone, 8". E. comer on
the Hartford and Dundee road;
tbenc. with the line ot said lot No.
tt W., 202 poles to a stone. N. E.
corner to laid lot In J. L. Miller'.
line; thence with same 8. 87 hi E.
13 pole, to a stone, N. W. corner to
lot No. 5; tbenc. with a line ot same
8. 6 E. 118 poles to a stone. 8. W.
corner ot said lot on said road, with
said road to the beginning, contain -
Ing 15 Vi acres, more or leas.
No. 2: A certain tract or parcel
Of land in Ohio County, Kentucky,
bounded as follows: Beginning at
a. stone corner to lot No. 2, on the
Hartford and Dundee road; thence
with a line of said lot N. 6 W. 205
poles to a stone, N. E. corner to said
lot in D. L. Miller's line; thence with
the same S. 87 H poles to a stone, N.
W. corner of lot No. 4; thence with
a line of same S. 88 H E. 202 poles
to a stone, S. W. corner to lot No. 4
on said road; thence with same to
the beginning containing 15 Vi acres,
more or less.
No. 3: Beginning at a black wal
nut stump and two Mulberries and a
fetoue, A. Murphy's N. corner on the
Hartford and Dundee public road;
thence N. 64 W. 121 poles to a
stone, N. E. corner to James T.
Davis' S acres; thence with hla
line N. 57 W. 6 po'.es to a stone in
said land; thence N. 6 la W. 80 poles
to a stone in .Ed F. Gabbart's line
and N. E. corner to lot No. 1, in the
Evaline Davis division; thence with
said Gabbert's line N. 65 E. 3 poles
to a stone S. W. corner ti the A.
Elmore 150 acre tract; thence S.
S7Va E. 12 poles to a stone, N. W.
corner to lot No. 3; in the aforesaid
Davia d.vijion; thence with a line ot
I sa'd lat S. 6V4 E. 205 polos to a
, stone ou the North side of Hartford
"" Dundee public road; thence with
?alJ t0Jii to th beginning, contain-
lu 13 acres, more or less and being.
same :a;id conveyed to Fal Coots on
June 3fd., 1919 by deed Byron Viola
county clerks office in deed book No.
ruremstr w.ll be required to exe-
Ins ti'.i force u!:J effcut of a luda
" - rit.ua
ment i'n1 a !e-n wl11 1)6 ratalned on:
,he F't-rrrly to further secure pay-J
nll-ul- uiauer win be prepared to
c0I"P'T promptly with these terms,
B- H- ELLIS,
M- L- Heavrln and Cecil Heavrln
MASTKI1 COMMISSIONER'S SALE
Golson Boyken, et ttl, Plaintiffs,
Alice Bviyken, et al., Defendants.
By virtue of judgment and order
of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court,
rendered' at the May term 1922 in
the above cause for the purpose of
partitioning the proceeds ot the prop-
by public auction at the court house
door in Hartford,, en Monday, the.
.5th., day of June, 1922, at about 1
o'clock p. in., upon a creJit of six'
and twelve months, the following de
scribed property, to-wlt: I
The ferry across Green River and'
Rough River at Llvermore, McLean j
County, Kentucky, -also ferry lot at!
the junction of Green Rver andj
Rough River end bounded -ira follows, I
Beginning at the N. W. corner of
lot No. 1, and running thence due
South with the West line of said lot
1871, recorded In deed book "F" at'
page 505 and afterwards conveyed!
by the executors of the will of John
"W", page 77.
Also all right, title and Interest in
and to the said ferry across said RIv-'
ed on the South bank of Creen Riv-1
et, opposite to the town of Liver-
m.)ie, McLean County, and firrv boat !
an.4 ' Joe boat" usal iu operating
sMd ferry. '
Purehaser will be reuulrei to tiva
bonds, with aproved suraty f-jr the.'
purchase price. A lein will also be
retained on said real estate, proper-
ty and privileges to further e.,,r
the payment of said purchase bondu.
B. H. ELLIS.
MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE
8. Shelton, et al, Plaintiff,
Leo Irnnett, etal, OefumHsnt.
By virtue ot a judgment and or-:
der ot sale ot the Ohio Circuit Court.!
rendered at the May Term, 1922, in'
the above' cause for th. sum of $$80.-
00, with Interest at the rat. ot per
cent, per annum from the 1st. day
ot September,' 1920, until paid, and
the further sum ot $755.00 with like
interest from the 1st. day of Septem
ber 1920, and costs herein, I will
offer tor sale by Public Auction at
the Court House door in Hartford,
on Monday, the 5th.
192?, about 1 o'clock
day of June
p. m., upon a
oredit of, six and twelve month, th.
following described preperty, to-wit:
' A certain tract of land in Ohio
I County, Kentucky, and bounded as
' Beginning at a stone in the public
road a corner to B. N. Stroud; thence
with his line S. 82Vi W. 104 poles to
a stone corner ot lot No. 10; thence
N. 7 E. 68 poles to a stone corner to
lot No., 6; thence N. 80 E. 106 pole,
to a stone in the public road, to the
beginning, containing 37 acres, more
or less, deducing a 20 tt. passway on
the south side of lot No. 5, which
passway is deducted for the Interest
and benefit of a" the heirs.
Fur purchase price, the purchaser
must execute bonds, with approved
surety, bearing legal Interest from
date of sale, until paid, with lein re
tained and having the force and
effect of a Judgment. Bidders will
be prepared to comply promptly with
B. H. ELLIS.
Barnes & Smith, Attorneys.
Convenea first Monday iu March,
May and July; third Monday in
September and fourth Monday in
Euch term continues 12 Juridical
Com'th. Attorney Glover H
j Clerk Frank Black.
Matter Y.niinlimT B. H. Ellis.
Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tlchenor.
Convenes first Monday iu each
Jttdffc R. P.. Wedding.
County AtCy Oito C. Martin.
Clerk Guy Ranney.
NiierirT G. A. Ra!p'.-.; Deputies:
Mack Ccok, Iri3 Render, George
Jailer Nathaniel Hudson.
Juilo R R. Wedding.
Convenes P.nt Monday in each
Convenes Tuesday after first Mon
day in January; tirst Tuesday in
April and October, the County
j Judge presiding.
i 1st. District J. P.
i 2nd. District W. C.
3rd. District Q. B,
District J. R.
mi. District Sam
Hartford, R. F.
H. . Hoi brook,
D. No 4.
6th. District Mack
rows, R. F. D.
7th. District J. Walter Taylor, Bea
ver Dam. R. F.D. No. 3.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Superintc dent Mrs. I. S. Mason
Convenes first Monday iu every
month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C.
- and ex-ofrlcial Secretary-Treasurer.
A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, R.
F. D.-No. 6.
W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart
ford. R. F. D. No. 3.
Nat Llndley, Centertown, R. F. D.
Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam.
Claud Renfrow, Dundee.
For Common School Diplomat
Fourth Friday and Saturday in
January, and Second Friday and Sat-
urday in May. Held In Fordsvllie,
Beaver Dam and Hartford.
For TwuImmV tVi-tiflcate Third
Friday and Saturday in May, Juno
and September, Except notice is
given to the contrary the latter ex-
aminations are held in Hartford
BOARD OF DRAINAGE
S. T. Barnett, Hartford, President;
v- c- docker,
No. 2, aad J
"le, R. F . D.
Beaver Dam. R. F. D.
A. BeTlamy, Whites
Ta-CommUsloner R. F. Keown,
Treasurer C. O. Hunter.
fowyor C. S. Moxley. Fordsvllle.
n . . I T T TTl.lt
Representative I ra
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