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TheHartford Herald 1MCC0 OfUZIITION
Iraard every Wednesday by
RARTFOKD HERALD PUB. CO.
Entered according to law at th Seven(yFour Per Cent of Tobac-
rostomce, Hartford, Ky., ai man
matter of the aecond claaa.
co In Entire District
Union Countlea; No. II, Webster,
Hopklna and Crittenden; No. It,
Ohio and McLean Countlea; No. 10,
tha eastern section of Daviess Coun
ty; No. 11, Spencer, Hancock,
Breckinridge and western' aectlon of
Davlesa County; No. 21, one-sucker
section of Logan County, and War
ren, Simpson and Butler' Counties;
No. 23, all other one-sucker coun
ts VRSCRIPTION RATES
ONE YEAR 11.50
aa v tntKt'niia aiA
i,r, .,-r.',a ' Hopklnsvllle. Ky., Oct. II. The
UUGl MWit liU
SINGLE COPY 05 Dark Tobacco Growers' Co-operative
Subscriptions requiring paper to Association was officially declared
be sent beyond the third - postal formed today In a resolution adopt
M w' ' -rnu mi A nnlmni,.l hv tho P"o,..,ll
than One Year at 11.75. I , . ' ',.. , ' the Association directors.
I - u u ti i .uu uieaiii'.uuu vuilllllli-
session here when it was
'.MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE!
Ohio Circuit Court, Kentucky
Hasrell Collings, et al Plaintiff,
George L. Kllen, et a., Defendant.
By virtu of Judgement and or
der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court,
rendered at the September Term,
1922, In the above cause that the
proceeds resulting from said sals
ivn.Hav NnmhH th after the payments of the cost of
i Haiar.t win ha nominated, and on' this action, be arviaed among me
the 17th. they will be elected.
Table Shows Result
several persons Interested herein ac
cording to their respective Interests,
j The following day they will choose I "ill offer for sale by Public Auc
tion at the court House aoor in
ADVERTISING RATES tees In
Local Advertising, 10c per line for learned that 58,158 farmers had
tbe first Insertion and 8c per line pledged more tnan u per cenl o tne
Rates for Display Advertising made to,al tobacco acreage in
known on application. j
All political advertising, cash in ad
Farmers Mutual 73
Cumberland Long Distance
Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of
Respect, Obituaries and Obituary
Poetry, 1 cent per word. Headlines
and signatures 6 cents each.
Notices of Church Services Free
WEDNESDAY, NOV. S, 1922
WORK OK TllE PRESS
fifty-one counties covered
by the campaign. only eight failed to
go over the top and in every case
where this appeared It was found
that a late sturt had been made in
the organization work.
The largest county In the district
is Robertson, Tenn., where a careful
i census showed a total of 27,784 ac
res of tobacco. When J. W. Bell, a
jburley worker, entered this section
I three weeks ago only 9,000 acres
I were pledged. With the hearty co-
i ember 20 the first business meeting
will be held in Hopklnsvllle.
The following table shows the re
sult in the various counties:
Green River District
Per cent pledged, 76.1.
the tobacco pool
Green river district as well as In the
Black Patch has gone far beyond
the minimum fixed to Insure its suc
cess. Its friends claim for It that ft
is a new emancipation proclamation
lhat will atrike the shackles of slav
iy from a greater number of people
"than the one Issued by President
L:ncoln Betting free the African
However that may be, the ques
tion was certainly a live one
throughout this section during the
1'tv.t i;ix months. The part played by
the pie.-i of the section was actually
tne winning card that insured the
biicciLU cf the movement. The coun
try paper does a lot of gratis work
for Us party, for church and for
to the nnJ professional men, Mr. Bell rais
in the el ,nls po1 .uo,a t0 mora than 20,-
000 acres, 72 per cent of the total.
Breckinridge County leads the en
tire list with a pledged percentage
of 95 per cent.
Advisory Bodies Named
Upon the formation of the associa
tion, resolutions were passed au
thorizing the Executive Committee
to appoint a number of other ad-
I visory bodies to act immediately in
matters of Importance before the
' trene nil elections are held on Nov
ember 18. One of the3e subcommit
tees will investigate the warehouse
situation; another will prepare for
the publication of a monthly co
operative magazine; a third will dis
trict the association area for the
election of directors; a fourth will
charitv. But it has also its advertis-. acl as na aavisory nnance uoara; an
ing space to svli to tho promoters of ,h"r wlH establish a standard of
' .1 J .. !.. ...Ml
Tn tlin fine nf fe'oues uuu me lUBi une win euueu-
Livingston .... .. -. 750
Per cent pledged, 69.1.
One Sucker Field
Jackson, Tenn. .
Macon, Tenu. . .
Smith, Tenn. . .
Spencer, Ind. . .
Hartford, on Monday, the 27th. day
of November 1922, about 1 o'clock
p. m., upon a credit of Six and
Twelve months the following de
scribed property, to-wlt:
A lot of ground in Hartford, Ky.,
Acreage Acreage 'bounded and described as follows:
14,150 13,964 1 "Commencing at a stake on Liber-
13,565 ty street 100 ft. from Washington
3,117 t., and being also the corner of the
7,105 lot sold to the Baptist Church, run
6,238 ng thence N. E. and across lots
Nos. 81-2, 198 ft. to Maiden alley;
43,327 32,979 thence with said alley 8. E. 97 ft.
I to a stake; thence S. W. and across
said lots, 198 ft. to stake on Liber
1,162 ty St., thence with Liberty St., N.
71510 W. 97 ft. to the beginning, being the
6,891 same property conveyed to Lucy A.
390 Klien, et al., by James A. Thomas
2,893 et al., by deed of datfs April 23, 1880
6,764 and of record in deed book 2 at
' J page, 195, Ohio County Court Clerk's
I The purchaser will be required to
execute bond with approved security
1,604 immediately after sale.
2,054 This 3rd. day of November, 1922.
815 ' B. H. ELLIS, j
500 Master Commissioner, Ohio Cir
... cult Court. ' j
1,650 Barnes & smith, Heavnn & Heav-
1,095 fin. Attorneys.
tiie lo'iacco orowers
' or to facilitate the office organiza-
Per cent pledged, 67.4. .
Dai Fired District
howiw.T, the papers have given free-;tlon n1 management
y ill their space, many of them glv-
The work of these bodies will en
able the Association to function efn-
editorial endorsement to the nro-
.. .. !. ...... 1
No amount of money could -' io.""si
been chosen anu tne directors elect
' James C. Stone, president of the
' Hurley Association, addressed the
I assembly this morning and congrat-
Lave bought that publiUiy. It was
fcivta cviiKluly because the editors
thought it a good thing for the coui
niuui'.y, and hence in the long run
iuul fni them.
As a matter o; fact, the discussion "lated the committeemen and grow
' nva ttnn til..!,. Btinpnca
r.f the. Tobacco Growers association "-'.
i:.s practically shut out tbe space
Carlisle . ,
Davidson . . .
Graves ' 22,682
usually devoted to politics. Speakers
titd organizers evidently got paid
for their services, but for the most
part the publicity given by the press
did not cost the organization one
penny. Owenshoro Messenger.
IH'MOCRATS WANT t LAY
HOLE ( ltl.MINAI.S PUNISHED
'But votir work has lust started
ho said. "It is your duty now to getiLoEan
this Association working as soon as
possible in order that the tobacco of
Its members may be merchandised
properly and early. It is j nut as lm-
portant to hold the organization to
igether as It was to form It."
I ISinlmm Oul lines Work
Hffkman . . .
'Robertson, Tenn. .
The Democratic State Central and
Executive Committees adopted by H
vcle of 2' to 5 at The Seelbuch last
j,i(.bt resolutions relative to the
Clay hole election cases which:
Declare It "the plain and impera
tive duty of the sworn officers of
the law to'brlng to trial those guilty
ef that heinous crime against the
piedge themselves and their party"
to me "every legitimate means to
b.ir.g to punishment those who were
t,uilty of that crime" ol destroying
the Cluyhole ballots.
Urge every Democratic committee
in the State to take imm-aiate and
appropriate action to bring to
knowledge of the citizens ol
"tUate the facts in this case."
,i,-. Hiibscriiitlnn to "a
to pay the necessary expenses of thw
defense of the accused Democrats" j
and to. prevent dependent families,
from being submerged iu dire pov-,
trty and starved mentally and physi
cally because of the loss of their
The resolutions were offered by
William F. Kluli- of Lexington, a
member of one of the committees."
Alignment which lasted from 8 o"-
Jtidge Robert W. Bingham, chair
muu of the Executive Committee,
outlined the work to be dene in the
next three weeks and,. with Joseph
I'assonueau, organization manager,
ho submitted the various resolutions
to be used. Everyone of these was
Judge Bingham said in part: "You
have mad-' u better Kentucky; you
have made a better Tennessee; you
have made a better United States by
't work you hava done during the
J it r i ni. iiiuuuioi
a great buttle and you have won a
kin at victory, but don't quit now." ,
Weakley, Tenn. . . 9,106
Houston, Tenn. . . 700
Tullohoma District 1.079
3,956, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE
' 620, Ohio Circuit Court
3,342, Ed Shown, Executor of the estate
4,528 , of Marvin Hoover, deceased,
750 ( riaintiff. ' I
i vs. Notice of sale.
23,734 l. J. PIckerlll, et al., Defendants. J
Pursuant to a judgment and or-
der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court
5,870 , rendered BtIts September term,,
4,986,1922, for the purpose of paying the(
13,710 t judgment In favor of the plaintiff
1,683, and the cross petitioners, Bean and,
3,860 j Schroader, against the defendant, L. '
17,813 j. rickerill, in the sum of 13,000.00 J
1,229, with interest thereon at tho rate of
2.742,6 per cent per annum from January
1.099,6, 1920, until paid, and for the pur-
17,182 "pose of paying the cost of the above
4,672 styled action, together with the cost
2,093 of this sale, I will offer for sale, at
8,796 public outcry, to the highest and best
3.414 , bidder, at the Court House door in
3,952, Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, the
8.801,27th. day of November, 1922, at
17,300 ( about the hour of one o'clock p. m.,
1,642 Upon a credit of bIx and twelve
1.583 months, the following described
20,089 property, to-wit:
3,021, a tract or parcel of land lying
7,600 ,a'nd being in Ohio County, Kentucky,
9, 539 , on the Hartford and Ilardlnsburg
7.254 public road:
i- Beginning at a stone on said road;
"3d thence S.'40 E. about 187 poles to a
stone and beech iif Crow line; thence
N. 47'4 E. 10 poles to two beeches,
corner to Crow laud; thence N. 10
W. 75 poles to a stone; thence N.
346,371 4i W. 148 poles to a stone on said
a combination of quality, comfort
and economy iu underwear. The beat
makers knit it. the best informed peo
ple wear it, fie best storeB sell it.
All customers who have once tried
Muncingwear with. one accord say:
They use them for the little tots;
and all ' the way up, including
We've got some nice warm Win
ter Munsiugwear all rehdy to put
A perfect fit and the proper style and weight for
every one. Price no greater than for the kind
that do not fit and wear well.
TVkS J J
ITYLI 11 IjJ V. j
Carson & Co
Totals . .' 232.873 176,277
Per cent pledged, 76.4.
Total of four districts:
Pledged acreage , 257,260 road; thence with said road 55
Total per cent pledged in all dis- poles to the beginning containing
You have fought trlcU. 74.3. - 60 acres.
tr lieing same inna couveyeu iu u.
CiOSUEX CLOSES GOOD" REVIVAL J. Plckerill by Nora L. Schroader
land her husband, O. A. Schroader,
KL .1... !.. rt ttin ni.tattiicr ltf.ni'4
diction was pronounced by the Rev. The revival at Goshen church con-, on January 6, 1920. whlc dead s
E O. Cot.reil of Hopklnsvllle. ducted by the pastor. Rev. T. T.,of record in deed book 60, page 414.
iu session later In the afternoon Frailer, came to a close last Satur- Ohio County Clerk s office.
. : . ,.., .int,01i ,h day night after two weeks duration Excepting out of the above bound-
lullowing nve men to the election' Th services were well attended, and, try a roadway 2l'feet wide, begin-,
.,.! .iiufi.tm committee Ceorge a -?ood Interest manifested
Rudy. George H
THE WOMAX WHO 6VXS A M )XARCH MALLEABLE RANGE
1... ..II !., a. nm haujihafl mnir 111 PfllW
.., ..... u..,B " . o.n.rknn. .nnkln - katl ... ..ll
Goodman, R. H. There were eleven conversions, some f land; thence N. 10 W. 75 poles to ,..gTAyg gxTISFACTORY" and U built for service.
Mcnaulel, Guthrie Coke and A. u. " , l! , '
rr,.t,hfi..id After several hours likely; but ther were also ohnru Leltchfleld road.
SberJuon thmenTnnlnL aadditlons who area head, of fam.-j The V
tentative district arrangement. except two. 1 ne service, . xeeUU . 1
out wun a nearly unuu uao iu .... iu u i'i" i
lMhl ricts' Are Xunicd
Uibtrict No. 1
northwest section of Robertson
County; No. 2. the southeast section
of Robertson County und Summer
cud Davidson Counties; No. 3. the
northern section of Montgomery
Put an end to your range troubles invest In a Monarch. You wJU
be proud to own one and it will be more economical In the long run.
t.! ACTON BROS.,
. ..-I.. l,h. U tit fiillnw.
,lu( U.H., : r , No- 4 tne Houthern section
tU, IIU ' n . -
ing the lead in the fight
i ..viiiutmi Democrats tuK
lur iu . ..,i
Dickson Counties; ino. a, uenry una
tROWK tiETTINtl "I'll'K"
Weakley Counties; No. 6.
Fultou, Hickman and the' three
OF TIIE 1'Lt'AX t Rl' , soutnern aisirici ui ui"" """'i
No. 7. the remaindor or uraves
vi..tiiuruiii. Kv . Nov. 2
.1,,., n,er U a flno Cracken ana wvingsion luuuuo.,
' . ..,u,..l,i ... b llun will Iia ret&llKin on the mnv armour in thla llldirmnnt After nor In .Tn.rtn MrPnrBnti lino tiono.
will comprise the new memuers. buu - , -r -- ---- - ----- ' " ' " w
on mina on me utt l ui mi i ii. n jauu w . - - - - - - .. . w ..Ma Ml
At the conclusion chase price.
the church and Given under my hand this the 3rd.
pastor day of November, 1922.
B. H. KLLIS,
Master Commissioner Ohio Circuit
Heavrin ft Heavrln, Kirk ft Bart
lett, Attorneys for Plaintiff.
of the last service
community presented tbe
with a free will offering to the
amount of 3( as a token of their
. . . . l I I. Ua
and Cheatham and appreciation oi nis service, m iu
Van May, Jr., 26, Simmons, to
In' John McPerson
been paid, I will offer for sale by. 72 poles to N. margin of Q. W. Wil
Publle Auction at the Court House kerson farm; thence Eastward with
door in Hartford, on Monday, the Wllkerson and the Sublett Una SI
27th. day of November, 1922, about poles and 4 feet to J. AV.' Farmer'
1 o'clock p. m., upon a credit of Six line; thence, 'with Farmer's line;.
and Twelve months the following northward 63 poles to Arthur Gil-
. described property,- to-wit :
Tract No. 1.
more; thence with Qtlmore'a line
westward 94 pole to ' tbe point ot
"Beginning at corner of Arthur beginning, the same being the 8outh-
MASTEIl XMMISSIOER'S SALE! Gllmore In J. Q. Dunn line; North- ern magin ot the J. W. farm, or suf-
ward 75 poles and 8 feet to Guy flclent thereof to produce tbe sum
-Pecan Count;, No. 8. Carlisle. Ballard. Mc.Ven. Southard 18. Simmons,
I v...t:' .i t .v.n.Kton Counties:' W. S. Daugherty. 27. Simn
I Ohio Circuit Court. Kentucky Burnett; thence W. with his line 91 of money, ordered to be made,
tut hervi'S bay
r nuts this year, but the No. 9, CalKiway; No
" . . ....... . r. .!.. W II CuA.
lot of tne pica- anu l.ou iuuuu; .
on tbe Mudl-,well and a part ol ingg; r.o. ...
There were no Souh Christian and Stewart Coun
in my pecan ties; No. 13f North Christum and
. w ,i.i. .....riilnr." He Muhlenberg: No. 14. Todd; No. IB,
trees ax ua lii -w "r
says there U nothing to do about the dark Bred section of Logan County;
matter but to get up early and fight No. 16. the remainder of Trigg
v. t., ..i. pD.i'ui. . . I nuniv: u. 11. mvuuuibvu hv
rrows are doing a
ing. Frank Carroll,
sonville road, suid: '
iei.ii thun 600 crows
Vena L. Balie, 27, Simmons.
Joe Ollle Ward, it, Whltesvllle.
to Vila Westerfleld, 18. .Hartford,
Ivin Nelson, ti.'. Beaver Dam, to
Audrey Kitchens, II, Beaver Dam.
M. O. Huff and J. M. Dunn, Plaintiffs poles and I feet to Ralph Thompson The purchaser will be required to
road to roct in road; thence with execute bond with approved security
road and Thompson's line 8. ' immediately after sale.
C. C. Dunn, et al.. Defendants.
RaUlns, Dates and Currants at
44 2t WILLIAMS ft TAYLOR'S.
By virtue of a Judgment and order poles and 11 feet to Arthur Gllmore, j This 7th. day of November, 1923.
B. H. ELLIS,
' Master Commissioner,
Kirk ft Bartlett, Attorneys.
lot sale of the Ohio Circuit Court 'thence E. with Gllmore. line 112,
rendered at the. September Term, poles to the point of beginning being
192', In tbe above cause for the pur- from tbe Northern margin ot the J.
pose of dividing the proceeds be-jW. Dunn farm,
tween the several parties interested . Tract No. I. ' '
herein as their respective Interests
Dalnnlns Ailhn mimAf rAl.
Bring us your eggs. Top prices
paid. WILLIAMS ft TAYLOR 44-2t
It out with tbe "t