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THS HARTFORD HERALD
'THAT'S how easy It it to
ipwr for Corona; the
little oJi-pound typewriter
you can fold k take with
youi write with anywhere.
: Phone in today for free
O. G. CROWE,
Agent . Hartford, Ky.
EYES EXAMINED FREE!
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flat set wh Ue too wait
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spectacle work. 1
A' FRANK PARDON
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JOHN L. DUNLAP &C0.
STOCKS AND BONDS
R1VATE WIRI TO ALL MARKETS
Stk Ml Mail Jti tOUIJMtE, IT.
C. Khott, Center
B Brown, Sim-
Convenes first Monday tn March,
May and July; third Monday in
Seutembi-r and lourth Monday In
Each term continues 12 Juridical
-Judge George S, Wilson, Owens-
Coin'th. Attorney Glover H. Cary,
Clerk Frank Black.
Master Commissioner B.- H. Ellis.
TruHtoo Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor.
' COUNTY COURT .
Convenes .first Monday in each
Judge R. R. Wedding.
County Atfy. Otto C. Martin.
Clerk Guy Ranncy.
Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies:
Mack Cook, Iris Render, George
. Jailer Xathaniel Hudson.
Judge R. R. Wedding.
Convenes first Monday1 In each
. FISCAL COURT
Convenes Tuesday after first Mon
day in January; first Tuesday in
April and October, the County
1st. District J. P. .McCoy, Hartford.
-2nd. I)iti-kt W
3rd. PiKtrU t Q. B
4th. IiMi i t J. It
Oth. District Sara
, Hartford, R. F. D. No. 4.
6th. District Mack Martin,
rows, R. F. D. No. 2. (
-7th. District J. Walter Taylor, Bea
I ver Dam, R. F.D. No. 3.
BOARD OK EDUCATION
Supcrinte- dent Mrs. I. S. Mason
Convenes first Monday in every
month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C.
and ex-omclal Secretary-Treasurer,
K. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford. R.
F., D. No. 6.
W, R. Canton, Vice Chairman, Hart
ford, R. F. D. No. 3.
Nat Lindley, Centertown, R. F. D.
' No. 1. ' ( :
Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam.
Claud Renfrow, Dundee. . '
, Examf- atlona ' ' .
' For Common School Diplomas
Fourth Friday and Saturday in
January, and Second Friday and Sat
urday In May. Held in Fordsville,
' Beaver Dam and Hartford.
For Tmu'Imvh Certificate Third
Friday and Suturday in May, June
and September. Except notice is
given to, the contrary the latter ex
aminations are held In Hartford.
BOARD OF DRAINAGE
.8. T. Barnett, Hartford. President;
V. C, Kocker, Beaver Dam, R. F. D.
No. 2. a'ud J. A, Bellamy, Whltes
Ule, R. D. No. 1. '
, OTHER OFFICERS ,
Tax Commissioner R," F. , Keown,
... Fordsvllla. -Treasurer
C. 0. Hunter.
Surveyor C. 8. Moxley, Fordsville.
Reprfwentive Ira Jones, White
Rub.' ;.'. ( "
Cures' Malaria, Chilis, Fev
. e Bilious Fever, Colds sad
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Hartford Horld, flJSO the year,
OPTIONS OF SOLDIEBS'
. BONUS RILL AS AMEND
ED BY SENATE
' Washington, Sept. 1. The four
billion dollar '. soldiers' bonus, bill
was passed yesterday by the Senate
and It now goes to conference.
It will be soma time before the
measure reaches the White House.
After the Senate Tote it will be sent
back to the House, which Is expect
ed to order It to conference for ad
justment of differences between the
two houses. .The next step will be
action by the House and Senate on
the conference report. The bill then
would be ready for the president.
As amended by the Senate, the
Soldiery' Bonus BUI. would become
effective January 1, 1923, - and
would provide three optional plans
for veterans of the World War other
than! those whose adjusted service
pay would not . exceed $50. These
would le paid in cash. The options
Adjusted service certificate, (pay
able in twenty years or sooner at
death, and containing ' loan provi
sions. Vocational training aid at the rate
of 11.75 a day up to a total of 140
per cent of the adjusted service
Aid In purchasings farm or home,
the total amount to range from 100
per cent of the adjusted service
credit if the money were advanced in
1923 to 140 per cent of the adjusted
service credit If the- payment were
made in 1928 or thereafter.
Adjusted service pay. or adjusted
service credit, would be figured on
the basis of SI a day for domestic
Borvlca and $1.25 a day for foreign
service, less the $60 paid at date of
discharge. But in no event could
the amount of the credit of the vet
eran who performed no overseas ser
vice exceed $500 and the amount of
the credit of the veteran who per
formed any overseas service exceed
Adjusted service certificates would
have a face value equal to the sum
of the adjusted service credit of the
veteran Increased by 25 per cent,
plus Interest thereon for twnty years
at the rate of 4 per cent a year,
cotnponded annually. -( . (
CO Per Cent I-onn Value Until 1920 j
Until January 1, 1926, any na
tional bank, or any bank or trust
company Incorporated under the
laws of any State, Territory, posses-'
sion or the District of Columbia,!
would be authorized to loan to any!
veteran upon his promissory note se
cured by his adjusted service certifi
cate any amount not In excess of 50
per cent of the total of the adjusted
service credit plus Interest thereon '
from the date of the certificate to the
per cent a year. I
per cent a yaer. . i
Should the veteran fail to pay the
principal and Interest of the loan
within six months after Its maturity,
the Government would pay to tha
'bank the amount of such principal
and interest and take over the certi
ficate. This would be restored to the
veteran at any time prior to Its ma
.turjty upon receipt from him of the
amount paid by the Government to
tha bank plus interest on that
amount at tha rate of 4H per cent
a year compounded annually.
The rate of Interest charged tha
vetfran by the bank could not ex
ceed by more than 2 per cent a year
tha rate charged at the' date of tha
loan for the discount of commercial
paper by the Federal Reserve Bank
for' the Federal Reserve District In
which the bank Is located.
If a veteran died before tha ma
turity of the loan the Government
would pay to the bank the principal
and Interest and to the beneficiary
named by or to the estate of the
veteran the face value of the certi
ficate less the 'amount paid to t he
bank. After January 1, 1926, veterans
holding certificates could make di
rect application through post mas
ters for government loans.
If such loan were made at any
time not more than three years af
ter the date of the. certificate it
could not exceed 50 per cent of the
sum of the adjusted service credit
of the veteran plus interest at 4V4
per cent a year from the date of the
If the loan were made at any
time more than three years after
and not more than six years after
the date of the certificates the sum
could not exceed 85 per cent of the
adjusted service credit plus InVerest
at 4 ',i per cent from tho date of
the certificate to the date of thej
'If the loan were made at any!
time more than six years after the I
date of the certificate the sums
could not, exceed 70 per cent of the
adjusted service credit Increased by
25 per cent plus interest at 4 Vt per
cent from the date of the certificate
to the date of the loan.
Ijuhii Could lie I'nid In Installments
The veteran would repay the loan
upon an amortization plan by means
of a fixed number of annual install
ments sufficient to cover Interest on
the unpaid principal at the rate of
4 Vi per cent and such amount of
the principal as would extinguish
the debt within an agreed period not
exceeding the lite of the certificate.
If a veteran failed to make any
payment when due, the .Secretary of
the Treasury at any time prior to
the maturity of the certificate would
cancel the note and restore the certi
ficate to the veteran upon receipt of
nil installments in arrears, together
with interest at 4 per cent com
pounded annually, upon each such
Installment from the . tin;o when
In event of the death of the vet
eran before the
Illinois Central Values the Good Will
Of Its Patrons.
In the commercial world good will is r garded as one of the most valuable assets a busing s
can have. In the valuation of industrial compaul. s It it frequently rated at many million of dol
lars. We believe that good will is also of great value 'to a railway system la fact, w believe it
is one of the most valuable assets a railway system can ha v.
We are constantly seeking to promote good will among our patrons for the Illinois Central
Syst m. We are doing It by attempting to render a dependable, efficient transportation service; by
having officers and employes who aiy- at all tllmes courteous and obliging to our patrons; by giving
our patrons accurate Information in regard to the Illinois Central System; by co-operating with
our patrons and s-eklng the'r co-operation with us through their constructive criticism and sug
gestions. We have sought to create for this railway syst m, in the consciousness of our patrons, n
personality embodying the highest ideals of public service. It is toward such Id uls that we ar ?
constantly striving. It Is our endeavor to be of onstruetlve servlci to every community, every
farmer, every business man, ev ry Industrial and commercial enterprise In the territory which wo
serve with transportation.
We have rep 'atedly appealed to our patrons to work closely with us. to support us, not only
loan, the loan and note would
A LETTER TO THE PUBLIC
You are cqmirij to the State Fair of course!
When yon do. remember, as heretofore, our
store will be a good place to meet your friend?.
Situated ri'it. o:i th.: principal shopping street of
the city 613 Fourth Avenue, between Broadway
Leave your bundles here while attending the
Fair. We have telephones, writing desk, station
ery and post cards, all free, for the use. and con
venience of our friends and patrons.
If you are contemplating purchasing eye
glasses or spectacles, do so as soon as you reach the
city, in order that we rqayhave time to make them
while you are. here. -
-.' During the past year our plant has been en
larged, enabling us to take care of your need;; with
greater speed and accuracy than before.
.Bring this let!cr with yoiTflnd we will allow
a discount of 10 on any purchase you may
make. Our business is to manufacture and prop
erly fit Eye Glasses and Spectacles, and the best
'you can get are the only safe kind to wear.
' Yours ve'ry truly,
V. The Ball Optical Company,
613 Feuttk Ave. V UuUville, Ky
OapeiiU Mwr Amimot Tklr
with t.ieir business, but with their frl ndships, to fortify us with their constructive criticism and
Tho Illinois C ntral System and Its patrons are sharers of common problems. It is to our
best in t rests to bo ever mindful of the best Interests of tho territory we r, rv.!, and, on the other
hand, we beliov our rati ons can best serve their own interests by doing .that which '.v'l! sirens'. hen
n.s. II presentatives of all departments of the Illinois Central System are filled with a pride i.i
their work and a desir to be of helpful service to our patrons. They are striving to make every
patrons of this railroad feel a friendship for and a personal interest in the initio's C ntral System.
It is our iiopt that tlv Illinois Central System will always stand in the front rank of th"
railroads of this country in having the good will of its patrons. We fe 1 grateful to those we strive
to serve for the full measure of support and confidence which they have accorded us in the .past, aiel
we shall leae nothing undone in endeavoring to merit tlv ir continued support and confidence in
the future. We feel that having th ; good will of our patrons places an add d responsibility upo-i
us to do our utmost to serve them well, and we ace pt that responsibilry. please.j t'.at we h; vj
the opportunity to contribute to the upbuilding -of a great and fruit til territory, the iucompara:l
Constructive criticism and sutjsestions ar' invited.
C. II. MARKHAM.
Pic-id''!!'., i:l:;ie;, 'nrr.:; Syj-ein.
ciiictlert and the Government would,
pay, to the beneficiary named by or to
the estate of the veteran the face
value of the certificate, less tin
principal of and interest on the
Government loun. -
The certificate of a veteran would
be cunceled only In case he failed
to redeem it before its maturity or
if he failed to make any payments
when due and such default continued
to his death. i
The land settlement aid option of
the Hou.se bill has been stricken out
and the Smith-Mc N'ary reclamation
bill substituted. I'nder that. nieas-(
li ro veterans would be given prefer-!
enee In employment on reclamation'
projects and in. obtaining home
steads on land reclaimed. They
would be required, however, to pay
for such homesteads without further
teivernuiHU aid on the fame foot
ing as other homesteaders. Settle
ment would be open to all veterans
of the World War, tho Spanish
American War and tho Philippine
.insurrection, and irrespective of
whether they had received any com
pensation from the Government un
der the bonus bill or other legisla
tion. The veteran's choice among the
options proposed would bo made by
application filed with the Secretary
of War, If he were serving In or his
last service were with the military
forces, or with the Secretary of the
Navy if ho were' serving In or his
la-t service were with the nuval
firce. Such application might be
i.iado at any time after the passage
ef the bill and would have to be
made personally by the veteran, .ex
i' pt in the case of physicul or men
tal incapacity, in which event It
would be made by such representa
tive of the veteran and in such man
ner as the Secretary of War and the
Secretary of the Navy might Jointly
by regulation prescribe.
4 CI.KVKIj.VN1) hovkks
DESTROYED IIV EXPLOSION
Cleveland, Aug. 31. Four bouses
under construction were destroyed,
foundations of niuuy others were
loosened and windows In houses for
an area of half a mile were shatter
ed early today as the result of four
explosions in the Garfield Heights
section of the city.' Police say the
blasts were causeij by bombs and
suspect labor troubles prompted
their planting. Flra broke out and
the shattered houses wiye burned to
their foundations. , ,
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COL JOSEPH PASSCNNE.'.U
Organization Chairman of the Di k 'i r-acco
Growers Co-Operative As2oc:ticr,
Will Speak at
iff i r fcl h 1 m a
Saturclay, Sept 9ik
l :30 P. M., School Auditorium.
Col. l'iissoiiiicau is the host jio-tcl tit n ti on re tpciativci
marketing within the Dark Distrirt. Don't iVi: r litar
him, V'e want tJ prjiutv the? o i i t r;i -t tt'id put Ohio
County over thf top, where she out-lit to l ii' tol iucj
growers expert to succeed.
T. II. BLACK. Vh-yrv-
Blacksmith and Machine Shop I
Ot'i account of having had my fingers nit t il I will
be unable to continue in the bhtckxmitliin liiiMtit
and have an up-to-date bhop for doinf nil kinds ot"
repair work. The tshop is equipped with a I:.' II. Jl
gaH engine, a Jointer, band ttnv, j owei drill, t nit ry
wheels, blowers, two forges, corn crustier, net tmrr..
rubber tire machine. Jn tact this rliop is tipiippfd
to do the easiest pt il)Ie in the hut-l poi-tibie lime
I have been working three men., and all kept busy,
, It is a motley making proposition for a wide-a-waki
man. If interested come and lcok it ovu. Atk fjr
I. N. WOODlll'rT A; CO.,
Cumberland Phone. . 'Heaver Dam. Ky.