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IhmmhI every Wednesday by
HARTFORD HERALD PUB. CO.
S Less 1 Than a Month Re-1
Entered according to law at the
Poatofflce, Hartford. Ky at mall
matter of the second claw.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. . 1922
On Monday a petition was filed In
County Court, asking that the ques
tion of the Issue of road bonds be
submitted to the voters of the coun
ty in the near future. The plan la
to issue bond to the umount of
$,100,000, in convenient denomina
tions, payable in from one to twen
ty years, a sinking fund to be set
aside out of the annual revenue to
pay the interest on the bonds and
the bonds themselves as they come
due. The circulation of the petition
has been received with pnthiiHlaxm
in various sections of the county.
In view of the fart that Ohio Coun
ty Is hopelessly iu debt, making
adequate road improvement impossi
ble under the proaent regime, the
bond proportion nppeurs to bu the
only solution of the good roads
If bonds are voted, the proceeds
will be used to build and maintain
on o county a part or tne great ny-,Q
tern 01 Mate mgnwnys mapped out
by the General Assembly of
Thus the aid of the State and Fed-(
e:al governments in roud construe-(
tion will be obtained In building the.
main arteries of travel, at the same ft
time releasing a suflieiently large.
additional portion of the county's , 0
own revenue to construct and main
tain in passable condition its other
roads. Let's eliminate one or two
road-piddling sinecures in each pre
cinct and use the saving to give the
people a chance to "pull themselves
out of the mud."
mains for your
OPEN'S COAL YAHD
The Ellis Ice Co., of Hartford, has
purchased the to- boat, Vertie J.,
and two lai'e barges of Sir. Win.
Hamilton, of Cromwell, to bo
in transport ng coal from a mine a
f . w miles below town to the com
pany's coal yards near the
How quickly these very important days
will speed by. For your convenience
we suggest a few articles which will
not only make attractive gifts but very g
useful ones. g
FOR LADIES We have a. complete line of Silk
- Umbrellas, Silk and Wool Hosiery, fancy Neck-
wear. Boutonnieres, Hand-drawn Linen Mid Im-
ported Swiss Handkerchiefs, Stamped Goods
Pillow Cases, Fancy Towels, Beads, Leather j
Pocket-books, Novelty Blankets. Stationery, Nov-
elty Blouses, Bath and Lounging Robes and g
FOR MEN We suggest Fancy Scarfs, TieB,
Handkerchiefs, Silver Belt Buckles, Silk Sox,
Silk Shirts, Gloves, Cull" Links, Fur Caps and g
FOR CHILDREN We have quite a number of
novelties too numerous to mention. Bring them g.
You'll want to sec our Holiday Goods. In quantity,
quality, variety and desirability, our offerings are
in and let them make their owu selections.
ice plant, 1
where a tipple and hoist weio re-'
MISS OPHKI.IA WARD DEAD
ct litly completed. )
The enterprise is one that has'
long been needed, us It is often difli-j
iilt for the citizens of Hartford and.
v ciuity to obtain coal during the 1
winter months when the condition of Miss Martha Ophelia Ward
the roads Is such that hauling coal at her home in the Nocreek
Irom the country mines .s almost a munity Thursday morning at
matter of impossibility. .clock after
X. Kl TKKINTF.NnKXTS'
ACCOUNTS AltK Al'DITKI)
Y. I.. Thro'.keld, State
I'epartment of Education,
ilaitford recently examining and
auditing the books and accounts of
former Superintendent E. S. How
ard and Mrs. I. S. Mason, the present
Superintendent. The examination
of ucioums, as made, extended back
t.i July 1, 1920 and closed with the
txpiration of the past school year.
The examination, as shown by cer
t'nVates of the Auditor, attached at
the close of each year, revealed that
all accounts had been accurately
kept, funds properly disbursed and
an illness of several
weeks. She was first stricken with
paralysis which was complicated and
brought to a fatal conclusion by an
attack of pneumonia. Miss Ward
her sixty-second year when
Auditor was In
was In called away from life's activities
She is survived by four brothers,
Messrs. Dillls E., William G., Ed
ward and Hez Ward, all of the same
community, and a number of more
remote relatives. She was a consist
ent member of the Methodist Episco
pal Church and her loss will be
keenly felt by her sorrowing rela
tives and a wide circle offriends.
Funeral services were conducted
at the Nocreek Methodist Church by
the pastor. Rev. Granville Jaggers,
on Friday morning at 10 o'clock.
Interment was in the Carson cemetery.
The bereaved family have our
ARKANSAS STOKE FOR SALE
I have a No. 1 Country Stand to
sell. No opposition near. Post Of
fice goes with the store. Want to
sell on account of age and ill health.
I will sell at a great bargain. A
young man with small capital can
do well here. As I am a Kentucklan
I want some one from my Native
State to have this bargain.
Address O. L. EVERETT, Hope
well, Arkansas. ( 49-ltp
Mr. Gregory Wedding, of Louis
ville, spent several days here with
his father, Judge R. R. Wedding,
and Mrs. Wedding last week.
C1TI7.KXS ASK KO.HI
A petition was filed In County
Court Monday by Drs. Willard Lake,
and Oscar Allen, of Mclletiry, and
ethers, asking that the uueHtion of
the issual of bonds in the amount of
1:1(10,(101), payable In L'o years, to be
txpetided in road building, bo sub
mitted to a vote of the people of the
county. If nu exceptions ure il'ed
i.,r exceptions filed ure overruled,
County Judge U. It. Wedding, may,
In his discretion, order said election
upon sixty days' notice.
IM-.WT lli:S OF
l!i;o III l. PNKl'MOXIA
Ihiunc, tho eight months old son
of .Mr. and Mrs. Klishu M. Ford, of
near Hartford, died Thursday at
liouu after a two days' illness of
bronchial pneumonia. Funeral ser
vices were conducted ou Friduy at
Central Grove Baptist Church by
llev. Oscar Asliby. Burial was in
tho church cemetery.
The bereaved pareuts have our
Mi". A. C, Acton, of the local firm
of Acton llros., was In Evsnsville on
business several day lust week.
While there he purchased barge
load of Irsh potato which were
delivered to hi Arm here Monday. ,
The Hartford Herald, 91.00 the year
Buy your requirements while the
price is right.
We offer you for this week only,
nice Northern Round White Pota
toes for - , V
$2.50 Per Bag
Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffncr & Marx
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes give
you 4 that prosperous look''
You know it's a business asset to have
people say about you "he looks pros
perous;" it pays to be well-dressed.
We have the clothes that keep men
well-dressed. Hart Schaffner & Marx
make them. You get the fabrics,
tailoring and style that only the finest
tailors can give at about one half to
We'd like to show you. . We can fit
any figure and any purse.
Beaver Dam, Ky.
XOTH'K TO TOUAtX'O pKOWKKj
Having been selected ai your Dis
trict Grader In this district, I want
to say few words that I think will
help the . Gradera and the Growers,
when the tobacco la being delivered.
We are going to have samples to
represent every Grade of Tobacco
grown in this district, an! It Is r.ery
Important that you use care In.
classifying your Tobacco In as ninny
different Grades as possible, both rs
to color, lengths, also the-ripe from
the unripe, If It Is possible to do so.
We are, also, going to have some
mixed umples to take care 'of those
who do pot understand classifying
or culling, aa it should be done.
You must, also be very careful
about ordering your Tobacco as con
dition aa well as quality will be con
sidered, when your tobacco is grad
ed. . .WE ADVISE AOAINST THE USE
OF WATER. IF YOU MUST USE
IT. IT SHOULD BE PUT ON THE
END OF STALKS ONLY, lr YOU
prLB YOUR TOBACCO WHEN YOU
TAKE IT DOWN. PILE IT BO THAT
THE STACKS ONLY WILL BE EX
POSED. , SPRINKLE THE STALKS
AND.' NOT THE TOBACCO, THEN
COVER AND WITHIN A FEW
BE IN A GOOD CONDITION TO
STRIP, THAT IS, IF PUT bOWN
IN QOOD CONDITION.
If you will follow the above In
structions, as near as possible and ,
deliver your Tobacco la good condi- '
tion, I am sure you will have no
reason to be dissatisfied 'with th. '
Grade that will be put on your to
bacco and I truly hope we will not'
have to grade any damaged Tobac
R. E. O FLYNN.
DISRTICT Grader Green River
Branch, Dark Tobacco Growers' Co
operative Association. ' ,