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THE HARTFORD HERALD
!'.no1 every Weclnewliiy by
lyiTKdKD HKRAl.D Tin. CO.
Mi DOWKI.L A. FtKiLE,
President need Kdltor
l.YMAX G. ItARRETT,
WtVy.-Trcns., nnil Managing Keillor
r.nterrd according to law at the
roMoifire. Hartford. Ky., ss wail
natter of the -second class.
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CM. i:.u SI. SO
hrel of progress. Farmers, atte'n-10 0 0000 OOOOi SO 0i5 !
Vnni. colrollnn la In vour O . I)TAL DASHES O
own hands. Meet the workers more
than half way and lot the best coun
ty lii the world "go over the top."
lwO percent In acreage pledged, be
fore the end of the drive. We pledge
our wholehearted help, and we
trust mid believe you cun and will
do It. Let s go!
i irum t lass iost.
' MASTER EXAMINATION
At the roquc-it of the Postmaster
. Mcsirs. ' P. L. and Douglas 15.
Felix spent lost Wednesday In Of
The Woman's Club of Hartford
will meet with 'Mrs. J. S. Q!enn Sat
nnliiy af.ernoon at 2:30 o'clock.
at J. V
Range Bale at J. P. Casebier ft Son s,
Beaver ram,' Friday and Saturday.
JmX VONTif ...
MN'-.I ,!: COPY . . ,
jM) Ccucrnl, I'nltcd States Civil Sep- 38-lt.
,4S'ir Ciininiisslon nnnotinces la op- '
..O.Vo:, (.niiiiietit!ve examination to bei Mr. J. Ed.'Gnenther, President of
Suit; cript'.ons requiring paper to ' he ?il on Oi :obor 14, 1922, to fill the, the Guenthor Hardware Co., of Ow
e sent, br-vuiid the third Postal i po.,tmuster at the offices :enboro, was In this city ort business
Zone v 111 '.in; be tico-p id tor less . ' , i . , .
fhanoVeYVar.t S1.75. herel.iaf.or named at which a va-, yesterd , .
ifdi-v exists, or iS nhotit to occur, ( '
l!r-IMlsi.(! HATES ju wpppld thnt appointments Mr. John T. King, city; went to
Ln:;'! irT-SlnuJZ perHnl'wn he made as a result or this ex-; Louisville Saturday morning to ae
f, r t Acli 'insertion thereafter. aminatioii unless it is found In theirept employment with the L. A X.
a.!!'" !' iJispiuy Advertising Tnade i:iti.iest of tho service to fill any R. R.
riio.vn on itprllcution. 'vacar.cv by transfer Or promotion. I
A 1 j !i-;-;.l aueertUing. cash In ad-,Thu a ex.iminatUm undPrj Mr. V. L. Fulkerson left yesterday
" K the Civil Service Art and rule, but, for Flint, Mich., to procure- and
Telephones ' ;s ile;(; under an Executive order of j drive bnck for Acton, Bros., city, a
Jferartf-rs Mutual 73 av in iftl. nrovlelina- for such Buiik Six Road-ntr.
Car's of TlifiukB, Resolutions of ' l''1 ."
Rosp.vt.' Obituaries and Obituary Ko!low:ng Is n list of po olhces
poetry, 1 eent per word. Headlines for which the examination wi:l be
tr.J signatures 6 cents each.
cs of I'liorcli Services Free ;
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1922 !
MILL THE FARMER HE-
((ME A IllSINESS MAN?
WORK OF ROflCPORT 1. T. A.
I.olil, with the salary and date of
t.c.i: cy in each ca'Jo:
Office Salary Date of
I'eivcr Ham, 2,000 Oct. 3, 1922.
Morgantowu, 1,700 Oct. 3, 1922.
Ai.uliicnis must submit to the cx-
1 amine r 'em the day of the examina-
i .-..uiiay a:;i raoo.i t!;e farmers .,0!, their pi. olographs, taken with-
W".V11LJ. KZ:'-Jv y ' ""lege of co'.leetlnR th school taxes Tor
jwit-- r.;;y i.i niacins iriuii i ti(.i. u. goai:.; provi'Jed Oil Tinr rilH'w-,
The P. T. A. of Rockport has re
sumed activities for the year, enroll
ing ( in its first meeting seventy-five,
charter members. Officers -elected
were: Mrs. Z. Harrel, President;
Roy H, Foreman, Vice President;
;Miss Anna Lou Hazclrlgg, Secretary;
' Miss Mable Russell, Treasurer,
i Mrs. Z. Harrel secured the prlvl-
ItESOLl'TIOXS OF RESPECT
' Whereas God callod and the gon-
Why the woman who owns
MONARCH Malleable Range Is al
ways assured of conMant and eatii
frti-tory ecrvioe. , .
'Malleable Iron and riveted air
tight construction permits quicker
hoating and more even baking It
ulso reduce! the fuel costs to .
minimum. , '"" .
Come In and see our complete
line and learn of the attractive prices
at which you can buy a '
' , MONARCH
! MALLEABLE , t" !
The "Stay Satisfactory" RonSe
; DEALERS . .
MANY CONTRIBUTE TO ALEXAX. j
Whereas God called and the fien-
uuffercd an lrreparablexloss.
Resolved, 2nd., That we extend
heartfelt sympathy tf the husband
!i-"uti.it pi.i'antiiroiiist (.;i,.fls j,(?t tneni after liu-ir applica-
' Vliri year a"it wtll donate -the pereent
. l:, ...... n.lUi are mta. iin yp.-s oi .pra,d th nrivl-
in - rt-cuin the ngrlcul.ural inter- w-.j ,,. . aceeptcd. !
e ls of t!.e Suite from the giip nf j.jjI :-at ion Form 2241, and Form i
Cie sy.-uni whli-U has made the tri- jooit, e:n:taluing fu 1 infonnntion ns1
for collections to the organlzatoin.
lege of taking the school census and
donated the proceeds of this work
to the association
List of contributor, and amount'"'6 "Pirit f Sarah Holbrook wife of and sou and commend them to the
-i.n .n wi.,i Alexander Mem- Es(uir8 - s- Holbrook and Sover-ne. who alone can comfort the be-
, '" j ...' i. io.w "elgn Banker of Friendship Grove No. j reaved.
1922 '85 Woodmen Circle, winged Its way
f to the realm above, Sept. 3rd. 1921,
xontrimrtions n:i--os-rcepivea- hj-h-
til October 1st. 1922 and wl'.l
Resolved, 3rd., That a copy ot
these- resolutions be handed the-
atJUf an- iinew -at rmiv -ft few -hours. ' famllv. one snread UDOn Our record
be,"She was loved for her sweetness of' and one sent- to county paper anil
character and beautiful Christlike Tidings for publication.
er ,.: t v, u.e n- .u t0 tnp requirennts to o met , a8SOeiation members are very'
nal word. The spir t of In- lho character of the cxaminat.on enthlIHiastlc ,nd hope to- have a;
'::. ".wifi'i a; ion mis un-n ui-- lin on, may lie onta:neu irom uu.t
! citcknpRM nr need '
'te,nn'',, Resolved 1st" That Friendship
husband and church have I'
, d an,l M-cii-jff'f iy applied in 0,(J o( t)le vacancy officos listed, or,
ti-:.!!v. a!! other branches of iu- ,om riliied States Civil Service mewbt)rghlp drive
t;,lt ..y, IJIU larinor nils rviim.ur.i i DiumiStlMll, aSRIIlgtOH, 11. V. il'
ir, Ills l-il-.nrgy of rifssat isfir-d but .,ii(..,ti0iis must be properly cxecut-
great Increase in enrollment through
the work of the committee on the
(lisor.'atiizatloii. He has e(i sil0Wing the examination point
:h ,'', t,reni?H t ie years, a major u wll,,.i ilu! applicant desires to be
p.-ir:Io:i of tlio nation's productive ,.xi;i,,l;ietl. and must be fi'ed with
i:.h. t. IiiiS has had to be satislled Coinmia-ion at Washington la
will: an entirely inadequate Propor- li ll8 to ariaiige for tho examina
tion of the proceils of his toil. t!ou at ()u, examination puiiit chosen.
Oi:'-n tl'. causo was In a measure .oTE Attention is directed to
,;ui to tho lack of systematic and 'Iui Iact tlial S0-caHed civil service
scii-ntiilc mannKcment of the actual ' (1(....es,)011(jell(,0 go10ols have no offl
mi ars of production but this has gtatus au no connection with
been in nr:-at measure overcome by l)j0 Qovei-nment. Authentic luform
fie apiiliculon, consciously or oth-:a)jon )n regard to examinations may
erwise. of tiic methods of modern a nu,.,ineA onlv from the Unlt?d
fa.-mmg pvhalciuo. But the other s t ci Servlce commission, and hlecked altar, hut u the minister pro-
...... it..,i in tho . ..... ceeded with the ritual be got more
arnwlMK-ki fan perils ed. in the way i,lstructi0Ils of the, mm !))pMtlt.nt FlmU1, m.nen
of baphasard methods of marketing Post oint.e Dl.pnrtnient to postmas-; ,ie wus usl.etl u- ,,e IIem.y) ,.lke
the products of the farmer's labor. . tprg and p0liVA employees relative! tIlIg WOman, Jane, to be his lawful
The gain In methods of production l(J BU(,l gcloois appear in the Postal wedded wife and so on. be ?nve a
;:as bee i jlot by the lack of lutein- Hlluetm o( September 12, 1921, and snort nerore tne questiim was miir
"II. O. Wells is knowtr In Europe
os a bello-pacltlst, and truly his recent
I peace articles have stirred up a lt
of bitterness mid strife.
The speaker was Stephen La'ussanne,
the French publicist. He went on:
"Wells rcnilii'lx me of the can
tankerous individual who wus about
to be married. When he enme to the
church on the wedding morning he
warned the minister beforehand that
be didn't want any fuss.
"He consented, however, to station
himself In due form at tiie llower-
v ger.t, co-operation iu the way of co!- ,M 1;o October, 1921, supplement to
imlive bargaining. But tit last the
bo-t miciis of the country have been
Vt::toivd nP'in tl.e farmer's ultimate
orol l. in and a well-concaved and
the Po-.tal Guide. .
practlcahle plan has been evolved ( St.pt. 19. People of this com
hnd put into operation for the community are nea'rly through cutting
op'-ration of the tiller of the soil in tobacco.
the obtaining of a living wage and, Missis Margaret Carter, Claudia
a icaoiialile profit for his products, and Annie Uelie Allen, of Concord,
Initiated ainoug tho fruit raisers of gpe.it the wei-k-end wiih Misses
California the plan has bi:i.:i applied. Mabel It. and Corlnne Ward.
d" Hum suecejefu'ly. in' the Bur-j Mr. and -Mrs. James Lewis, of
ley tobacco raising section of Ken- Concord, spent tho week-end with
tueUy. It is now being brought to Mrs. Lewis' parents, Mr and Mrs.
tho ruisori of dark tobacco in West i . m. Ward. "
Kentucky. Julge uiiighani. Col. Rev. Granville Jaggerg purchased
i'a so.iniMii, Mr. Sapiro and the host Ford one day last week,
of other faithful workers for the ;r h. E. Ren ham went to Louls
i.au e have been u.ul are still bring- vlHe one day last week to bring
iux to the tobacco raisers of the iu)n)e mdio set, which hla lather
IVack I'.iu-h the good tidings of ve ),iw ull,j tils brother, Mr. R. V.
freedom, freedom from the con- Heiiham. The outfit has. been in
tral of the market by the dealers ' stulle.l ami iu'sugi-s received from'
iriii buyers, who, whether legitimate LcnisUl'o, leiroit, Atlanta, Kansas
ii r.iH.ii. i r tpecu ators, have in tb'i city mid oilur points. Mr. Renham
oiy n. tore 'oi Uiiiigs, looked lirst t,uinr. ti.e honor of installing the
to the-ir ih Interests, the fxing of lir , f lf:iy itciulppeil rad'o set owned
th'i punh.if.ii prici of tobacco at tie) j tiJP t0ui:ty,
'ocst po -rile ligur;. Now througH 1 Mr. and Mrs. Godfn y Hetinett, of
the wo:l;I.!t;3 of tho Dark Tobacco Wellington, spent th week-end
Or.. we s ('o-f)iinalive Asnclution wil)l -j.s. uunnott's father, Mr. W.
:ie tol.jcio miser has offered t- ' (. Reliuett.
l.i-n, a i.-.fi as.d sure method of Indub-j Mr. J. K. Tanner, of Iluford, spent
titt-.l s-iivet'un by control of produe- ,,t. w,., j,.0,i with Mr. and Mrs.
t!ei, fcs.uii.i!ic and sileutllic glad- ;j0y,j Wr.rnlca.
through, and then turned to the con
rre::n'ton and said in a loud, jeering
" 'Well. I guess I came here with
Mr. and Mrs.
Jess Cobb, of
in;; mill business like letliods of.
n.ar' cling. 1 Slaughti r, Ky., are visiting
But to l ave gcueraUtics and get- j vl j ju,.Kv,' un,i faniTy.
tin down to cms. The drive for . ....
ii ii i'DCPli'y in the Dark Tobacco or- KI.I'KS EXTEKTAIX r.EDS .
ta-i.Mt'o-i In oliio County :i now In I
iu l swing. Citixtm of all c'assei' The Blues will entertain the Reds
have ra'lU-'d to the ij of the farmers, of the Lid-ci" Aid Society of the
and it i.i within the power of the J H ir:f Jid Methodist Church. Sept.
workd-i, I? r'veivd l:i t ie proiier 20 In the basement of tli church,
noiii, to o'n a!n the required ucre-; Al' im mhf.-s are urged o be present.
hko In the county by Oct. 1. and Thl will lake the place e.f the Octo
thus lustre for us tlm benellts which be r meeting.
bave bei ii rtuiiZ'-d In the Blufcgrass,
They Never Did.
My most embarrassing moment oc
curred while dramatizing a. Christmas
play. I had the part of the mother of
a large family presiding nt the feast
on Christina day. It fell to me to
curve the goose. Having rehearsed
this part. I was anticipating no dif
ficulty, so I started bravely out n the
breast Impe. ilr-nfly and !owly It
slipped out of my grasp. I tr'ed agnln
with the same effect. As the titters
from tlie audience increased, I became
At this opportune moment the fa
ther, sitting opposite, uttered bis next
lines, which were: "bid you ever sea
such a goose?"
With that the iiniUence began to
roar, and I gave it up In l.'iigiuinious
J. H. Anderson, Knoxville. Tenn.,'Hfe auJ vag eyer rMdy hrfp ,h
J. R. Collins, Memphis,
vvuiiain roster, .ri niceiuii, ii.
Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook,
Hartford, Ky., $25.00.
L. H. McHenry, Louisville, Ky.,
S. P. Render, Oklahoma City,
Mrs. Nannie Q. Hardin, Knoxville,
L. M. Render, Louisville, Ky.,
McHenry Rhoads, Lexington, Ky.,
E. B. Anderson, OWensboro, Ky.,
'.Mrs. J. II. B. Carson, Hartford,
' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellis, Stur
gis, Ky., $5.00,
Richard Foster, Parksvllle, Ky..
Miss Margaret Gunther, Birming
ham, Ala., $5 00.
Mrs. Henrietta G. Hoehn, Birming-
ham, Ala.. $5.00. . 4 '
L P. Loney, Owensboro, Ky., I
$5.00. , .
Mr nnil Mrs J. L. Leach. Central ! w
Cityf Ky.. $5.00.
John T. Moore, Louisville, Ky.,
John J. McHenry, Louisville, Ky..
Mrs. H. S. Sanders, Covington,
Ky., $5.00. ' '
John Wood, Ceralvo, Ky., $5.00.
Dr. E. B. Pendleton, Hartford,
James H. Williams, Harford, Ky.,
Oscar Bishop, Hartford, Ky.,
W. H Barnes, Hartford, Ky..
Mrs. Jennie Franklin, Calhoun, fa
EMMA TANNER, '
?- ' Yv A TAYLOR h
A pi YOUR
Md ' TAILOR INC
The approach of fall calls to mind the ne-
g . cessity of Clothes-Buying, g
O To all who woald wear something New
A Kentucky man seems in have
found a relative of the city girK who
thought It must be cold work har
vesting the winter evbe-il.
The young woman of whom the
Kent uck Ian tells is a native of Cln-e-luiuai,
and wus lately talking with
uiui about tobacco and tobm-cji ruis
lng. "I Kboiild like ever so much to see
a tobaeen lie-Id," she said, "especially
wjien It is Just plugging out." Way
i Ky.. $s.oo.
Joseph Foster, Marion, Ky.. $2.00.
W. B. Render, Hartford, Ky.,
i U. E Ward, Hartford. Ky., $2.00.
! Willie Walker, Lexington, Ky.,
, Rufus Williams, Hartford, Ky..
i G. D. Westerfleld, Vtlca,' Ky.,
: $2.00 '
! Mrs. Amaiidu S. . Wwrterfleiel.
Utlca, Ky.. $2.00
.Mrs Maggie 'C. Grltlln, Hartforo.
By hi doli g the price of tobacco can
be doubled and trembled and the to
bacco raiser wl'.l bo placed upon a
plane of di serving pro-pi-rit v. There
Is no ter'oiis opposition Ip. I be coun
ty to t! a n-ovo-!;-nt. fiiTy tho spir
it of i-iic'lor stand I.i I Me w.".y.
Let ns o:i.e and Ur all .throw oil
this I: e! in o l!i;rtla and each il
cvo:y --!!C put hl ichou'dT to t'lo ,
MRS. HORACE TAYU1K
IH APPKEl 1ATIVE
To the Hartford Herald and my
friend:), who assisted me In the con
tH t. I wish to extend my sincere
thinks; to the winners my hearti
MRS. HORACE TAYLOR, .
Beaver Dutu, Ky.
Broadened Observation. v
"A Rtntesinau bus to be u prnfound
"Xo ibmbt about It." replied Sena
tor Sorghum. "Time was jWien a
good campaigner could jie't by - If he
l.ept bis eye on tlie map of bis own
state. Now you've got to be an ex
pert in the ge-iw;i-apliy of the Wo.ld.''
In about two years London's reser
voir at Littleton will be Hie 'inrfciit
urtilicial reserveiir In the worl.l. It wl'i
hold water to Mip;.ly Londttu fur .'
;:u.nth, or C.."jm.iM.eje.i gi, lions. i
vurliue will reiver SHU si r 'S.
rARO OF THAXKH
I wish to thank my friends who
helped me win the First District
Prize la the recent Herald Contest. I
most sincerely appreciate their kind
ness. , WILDA CUINN.
j Dr. D, H. Godsey, Narrows, Ky., ; q J
1 Mrs. Mattie W. Geutry. Penuss.
Ky., $1.00. ' "
W. S. Hill. Ceralvo, Ky., $1.00.
' John Johnson, Hartford,
Mrs. Blunche . Jones, Ceralvo,
E. M. Morton, Ccntertown Ky.,
, Mrs. J. R. Plrt'.e, Hartford, Ky..1
Albert Patterson, Prentiss, Ky..
George T. Tinsley, Simmons, Ky.,
$1.00. . '
f H. C. "Truman, "ordsville, Ky.,
'. James I. Clark, Rackport, Ky,. .50.
8. A. Bratchcr. Hurttord. Ky.,
J C. Ri ce, Harif-rd, Ky. $ 5.0U.
and Smart at this auspicious Season, g
wo offer our entire resources of Mod- $
els and Fabrics with the assurance g
that you'll find in them the highest S
dress ideals. -
You'll look good in a Taylpr Made Suit.g
anu you ii leei guuu wnen you tut;
their values. , . '
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! Carson. & Go
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
BEGINNING, TUESDAY SEPT., 20TH.,
The famous SHAKERTOWN EjTATB of 4113 acres, at South
Union, Ky. Eubd vlded luto small farms. Finest tract of laud In
Kentucky. Writs for beautlfi'My 'illustrated "Dooklet" describing
this property. Wonderful opportunity for Farm seekers. New
Ford Car given away. Terms only 10 per cent cash. Hundreds of
live stock to be sold, . '
SMITH & McCLANAHAN, Agents,
' Springfield, Tenn.