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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1fi Olaton
THURSDAY, OCT. 19 Buford
FRIDAY, OCT. 20 Smallhous
SATURDAY. OCT. 21 Simmons
' C A. RALPH, Sheriff,. .
ROY F. KEOWN, Tax Com'r. -
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1922
MOT I It MADXESti
As a re?ult of iLe motor activities
o" the weok-tnd the road from Hart
ford to Owensboro was "adorned"
v; h a fringe of wrecks and neur
vrtr.:k cf automobiles' on Sunday
j.oniintr. Various and sundry other
.miiirfd trail had I'mpt-d into port
u.Jt-r til'- welcome shades os' eight.
Motor hiufinnss is fearfully on the
iLi-rt-ui-e la thir. t-e.-tion. Even ghast
ly fataliti" fail to halt the orgy of
r .:;!.s;,frSi. Cartful ar.d sober
:;vr.s lie inip-r.led by the ciimi
s.ai i.a!' les: litss of a. perhaps, 5111011,
.dt i.;vti"ht-les dangerous 'minori
ty of motoiirts. Could the results of
t. r iac i cf care of the tfco'icluless
(.. c'lrelo-'s o..'i te conilned to thc-m-
!v. s. thir conduct luif'tt l:e con
ed on the tho:y of the old
' : "'Good riddance to had ruh
Eut unfortunately that tan
lie; t"j innocent :..u.-t suffer
with the suilty. It i..a':;-s no (!lffer
er.ee whether the rrevalent mania
tjt 8ie.-uinK anl other forms of
iiiotor recklessness It oue to intoxi
cation or merely to a subnormal
s'Lbe of so.ial respottsilliity. It
(.iiOiilJ he sto,)jie;'., it must be
htopped. at lean in (so far as Is with
in the power cf the law. On behf.if
c.r law abiding c'tljens, whi, '.visit ; o
l-fc able to use what biKaways we
)-:np with reasonable safety, wo de
xnand that the peace officer if th-i
county and the various n.u:i'.(.ipa".l
ties thercla do their sworn duty and
'enforce the law. Our statute aud
ordinance books contain enough
alutury laws for the protection of
life and limb on our public higli
ways. If enforced, to hale seventy
fjve percent of the motorists of. tn
ouuty before the bar of justice be
fore next Saturday nipht. Many
violations are vinwitting, worn
malicious, but all should be punisn-
iZ or eliminated, tome on, niaKe(
an effort uny way, Mr. Ofricer. Don't,
i?t:.nd for the fc'Ibe from our neigh-
lor counties that "anything goes in
fcomnjerCe, Tex.; W. H. Coombs,
Louisville, Ky.; Luther Chlnn, J, F.
Casebler and Otho Dexter, Bearer
3. That the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other security hold'
ers owning or holding 1 per cent, or
more of total amount of bonds.
mortgages, or other securities are:
Citizens Bank, Bank of Hartford,
and McDowell A. Fogle, Hartford,
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving the names of the own
ers, stockholders and security hold
ers, if any, contain- not only the list
of stockholders and security holders
as th?y appear upon the books of
the company but also in cases where
the stockholder or security holder
appears upon the books of the com
pany as trustee or in any other fi
duciary relation, the name of the
person or corporation for whma
such trus'ee is acting, is given, cl-o
'.!iat the said two paragraphs ;-r
tain statements embracing affiant's
full knowledge and belief is to lw
circumstances and condition tinier
which stockholders and security
holder" who do not appear upon the
books of the company as ;xu3t"9,
hold stock and securities li a ca
pacity other than that of bon fide
owner; and this afliant has no ret.
:ion to believe that any other per
son, association, or corporation has
any interest direct or indirect in
th3 said stoc k, bonds or other securi
ties than as so stated by him.
LYMAN' G. BARRETT,
fV.voYn to and suscribed before
me this 9th. day of October 1922.
R. R. RILEY, N. P. O. C.
My commission expires January
BACK GIVES OCT
of Hartford Readers
You tax the kldneya overwork
They can't keep up the continual
The back may give out it may
ache and pain;
Urinary troubles may set In.
Don't wait longer take Doan's
Hartford people tell you how they
Mrs. 'Rosa B. Bear, Bonner St.,
says: "I suffered with pains In my
hips and back. The doctor said It
was rheumatism and I took his
medicine but without benefit. Rome
one advised me to take Doan's Kid
ney Pills and I used two boxe3 nsd
was cured. Later I had another at
tack when my kidneys became weak
and Irregular In action. I was lame
in the muscles of my arms and
, across my hips and suffered great
pain every move I made. When I
stooped, I could hardly straighten
again. Doan'a Kidney Pills, which
I got at the Ohio County Dm? Co.,
cured me of both attacks and I cer
tainly have a good word for them."
60c, at all dealers. Foster-llSl-burn
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
When you need a loan you want
it promptly. I am in position to
loan you money on improved land at
a low rate of Interest, no cash fee,
no red tape. Let me take care of
your financial trouble.
M. T. PARKS,
42-4t Hartford, Ky.
O! I K'lAL STATEMENT
Cf the ownership, management,
circulation etc., required by the. act
of Congrws of August 24. 1912, of
the Hiftford Herald, publised week
ly at Hartford, Ky., for f.r:-.t day of
State of Kentucky.)-
Ccunty of Ohio.)
Tefore me, a Notary Public. In
. a:ui for the slate and county u'oi-e-
mid, personally appeared Lyman Q
parrett, who having ueen uuiy
tworn according to law, deposes aud
says that he Is the Buslnen Mana
ger of the. Hartford Herald, Bnt
that the following Is, to the best of
his knowledge and belief, a truo
ftatement of the ownership, man
F.iMiiciit etc., of th aforesaid publi
cation for the date shown In tho
above caption, required by the act
Cf August 24. 1922, embodied In
set-ticn 44?. Postal Laws anil Regu
1. That tha liauvs aud uddresaet
of the publisher, editor, managing
editor, and business manager are:
Publisher. Hartford Herald Pul.
Co.. (Incorporated.) Hartford. Ky.
Editor, McDowell A. Fogls. Hart
ford, Ky. ;
Managing Editor, Lyman 0. Bar
rett, Hartford, Ky.
Business Manaser, Same.
2. That the owners are: McDow
ell A Fogle. Lyman G. Barrett.
Hartfofd. Ky.; J. Walter Creep,
We have Howard's Slender-Line
Suits for fall
ready to show.
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w IUJC1 wuiicci 1U liJC CIUUIC1 IIUIKCU UUUUllllOUUjf JJ
iu being properly fitted. They are made of double S
These euits aie especially designed and correctly
sponged tricotine of fine quality, in midnight blue and
jCj D1HCK tliaut'8 ana in a nuiuua vi iiio uiudi jjujmiai w
$ styles. . '
" Come in and see yourself iu one of these suits be-
fore our mirrors.
Carson & Co
New "Fall Garniemiits
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W. C. HARDWICK, '
BEAVER DAM. KY.
A Special Purchase from a Leading
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Styles and Qualities that Will Astonish You.
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Every Coat is a distinct-'
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will be proud to wear.
SMART, NEW DRESSES,
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est styles in favored
Choose Now while collec
tions are most complete.
Not often in a season will you find
such advantageous prices.
We Invite You to come in and see
' for yourself.
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Ford Cars and Trucks
$50 Reduction on AH Models.
Tractors Remain the Same.
BEAVER DAM AUTO CO.
Beaver Dam, Ky.
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