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THE HARTFORD HERALD
Subscription $1,50 Per Tear, in Advance im f i wy im, th r tit fat,, timWnnr it i iw All Kinds Job Printing Neatly i:jrt r,iwt( 47th YEAR. HARTFORD, K V.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, U21. NO. 44 mmm store m THRICE; THIEVES ClPfllSt' TAXPAYERS, ATTENTION ! This Is the Way Your Money Goes: $60 Per Month For Watery McLean County Pays $7.50. SPECIAL TERM OHIO imaii riscAi ivnu . June 20th, 1919 This day came R. B. Martin and .A,-' D. Kirk, Committee heretofore j appointed by this Court to make j contract with the Kentucky Light and Power Company for water and , .lights, and filed contract, which is in words and figures as follows: , This contract made between A. D. Kirk and R. B. Martin, as Coramlt teef for and on behalf of Ohio Coun ty, parties of the first part, and the Kentucky Light and Power Com pany," a corporation; of the second ' .part:' ' - "WITNESSETH: That whereas Ohio County has- constructed- tottets,. urinals, and sinks at the Court House, jail and Jailer's residence, .the party of the second part hereby agrees and contracts to furnish to said County all water necessary for .Its use at said places as now con structed, which water shall be furn ished to said county at the street -curblngs and from that point through pipe lines furnished by said .' County, for which services the said County of Ohio agrees and contracts to pay the sum of $22.00 per month, .and also agrees and contracts to furnish electric current for use at the Court House, for which it shall receive 10 cents per K. W. hour per month; that it will also furnish cur rent at the jail and Jailer'af residence for 15 cents per K. W. hour for the first 12 K. W.'s and the- remainder. (f any, at 10 cents pee- K. fc-p4 hour, and which sums for water and . lights shall be due and payable on the first day of each month, and the County Clerk Is ordered and directed to draw warrants for said amounts In payment of same. It Is agreed and understood that this contract shall be and remain in full force and effect from Febru ary 1st, 1919, until the first Monday in January, 1922. It is further agreed and under stood that this contract does not cover fire 'protection, the Kentucky Light and Power Company is not' to be responsible, for loss on account of ore. , Witness our signatures in dupli cate this the 1st day of February, 1919. OHIO COUNTY, By A.' D. Kirk, R. B. Martin, Committee. KENTUCKY LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY, By M. L. Heavrln, President. And upon motion of Esq. Rice It Is .. ordered that the above and forego ing contract be and It Is hereby Vttpted and approved by this Court. Ayes and Nays being called upon the motion and all of the Justices present voting In the affirmative, the motion was declared carried and so ordered. - Clerk's Minute Book No. 4, page 11 shows the following members of . the Court present on June 26th, 1919: Hon. 'Mack Cook, J. O. C. C. ;' Justices, W. S. Dean, W .C. , Daugherty, Ed Shown, Q. B. Brown, 'Sam L. Stevens, Q. W. Rowe, B. F. Rice and B. C. Rhoads. v County Attorney, A. D. Kirk also -present. . ' . Above contract is recorded In Fis cal Court Order Book No. 4, page 13. Ohio County Court Office, Hartford, Ky. Clerk's NOTE: The 1081 contract was wade CENTRE DEFEATS HAR- - VAHl, 6 TO O m m xm Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 29. A little college team of Boyl. county. Kentucky, touy humbled on. of the greatest of American Universi ties. . ThU David from th. region of the Blue Grass dragged in th. -dust 'th. Crimson banner of th. proud Goliath of th. .rudit. East. Before 45,000 persons C.ntr. tri umphed fv.r Harvard by th. scor. of t. 0. , ' ' Tb representatives of th. small READ! THINK! VOTE! A. McLEA.V COUNTY WATER CONTRACT Water Service Furnished to Mc Lean County Court House and Jail at Calhoun, Kentucky, by the Public Service Company, which Company is owned and operated by C. Q. GIL MORE,, and the' price paid by Mc Lean County' for said service. Openings Furnished Court House Down Stairs: Two Commodes; one Urinal and. one Lavatory. . UpStairs:' Three Commodes; one Urinal and two Lavatories. One Hydrant in front yard and one Hydrant in side yard. Opening FurnUhvd Jail One opening at bath tub. One lavatory down stairs. One Commode down stairs. One Hydrant in kitchen. One Hydrant In front yurd at Jail. Up Stairs: One Lavatory, one Commode. . Total number of openings through which water is furnished at the Mc Lean County Court House and Jail Is 19 and the price paid for all of said service is 37.50 per month, flat rate, which includes the water ser vice at both places, and this amount Is paid each month by the McLean County Fiscal Court. There is no written contract be tween the County and the Public Service - Company as to this water service but it has been furnished at this price by verbal agreement tor a number of years. We, H. E. Cline, Clerk McLean County Court, and C. O. Oilmore, Owner and Manager of the Public Service Company, of Calhoun, each hereby certify that the above Is correct statement of the water ser vice furnished the McLean County Court House and Jail at Calhoun, Kentucky and the amount paid therefor by McLean County, as shown by the McLean County Fiscal Court orders and by the books of the Public Service Company of Cal houn. Given under our hands this Sep tember 38, 1921. H. E. CLINE, Clerk McLean County Court. ". C. O. GILMORE. Owner and Manager Public Service Company.. ' before the 1910 contract terminated., est college on the Crlmsbn schedule had accomplished what no other team had been abl. to do in forty years defeated Harvard in an In teractional battle. It was five years sine. th. Crimson had met defeat on Us own or any other field. A 31-yard run for a touchdown by "Bo" McMilltn was tb. Ion. score of th. bard-fought contest. Dart ing through th. Crimson line soon aftr tb. opening of th. third quar ter, McMUlln tig-sagged bis course past all obstacle. Twlc. .it seemed that hU progress would be halted by REGULAR TERM OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT January 4th, 1021 ' Present: Hon. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C. Justices, D. F. Rice, B. C. Rhoads, W. C. Daugherty, Ed Shown, O. W. Rowe, W. S. Dean, Q. B. Brown, O. E. Scott and A. D. Kirk, County Attorney. This day came M. L. Heavrln, rep resenting Kentucky Light and Power Company, ' incorporated, and filed contract which Is in words and fig ures as follows: "This contract made and entered Into between A. -D. Kirk, as Commit tee for and on behnlf of Ohio Coun ty, and Ohio County, party of the flrt part, M th Kentucky Light a52L.P2JV.r. Conijmnv a. corporation. of the second part: WITNESSETH, That whereas phio County has constructed toilets, uri nals and sinks at the Court House and jail and jailer's residence, the party of the second part hereby agrees and contracts to furnish to said County all water necessary for its use at said places as now con structed, which water shall be furnished to said County at street curblngs and from that point through pipe lines furnished by said County, for . which services the said County oX Ohio agrees and contracts to pay the sum of $60.00 per month, and party of the second part further agrees and contracts to furnish electric current for use at the Court House, for which it shall receive 17 cents per K. W. hour, the minimum to be 31.50 per month, and it will be entitled to use 9 K. W. for same; that it will also fuwlsh current at the Jail and jailer's residence at 17 cents per K. W. hour, the minimum for jail and jailer's residence to be 11.50 per month, and shall, be en titled to use 9 K. W. for same, and the above sums shall be due and payable on the first day of each month and the County Clerk is or dered and directed to draw war rants for said amounts in payment of same. It Is agreed and contracted that this contract shall.be and remain In full force and effect from January 1st, 1921. until January 1st, 1925, being a period of four years. It Is further agreed and under stood that this contract does ' not cover- fire protection, and Kentucky Light and Power Company Is not to be responsible for loss on account of fire. It Is further agreed that this con tract shall supersede and take place of any and all contracts heretofore made. Witness our slguaftires In dupli cate, this December 27th. 1920. OHIO COUNTY. By A. D. Kirk, Committee. KENTUCKY LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY, . By M. L. Heavrln, President, And moved the Court to approve and ratify said contract; Ayes and Nays being called, resulted as fol lows: Rice, Yes; Rhoads, Yes; ScoU. Yes; Shown, Yes; Knott, Yes; Brown, Yes; Dean, No; Daugherty, Yes. Motion carried an it Is there fore ordered and adjudged by the Court that said contract be and It Is approved. Abov contract is recorded In Fis cal Court Order Book No. 4, page 1S5. Ohio County Court Clerk's Office, Hartford. Ky. a Crimson back, but each tim. he wriggled free and sped on his way to the goal. A mighty roar went up from th. Stadium and McMillln's name was wafted back to th. thous ands who stood outside tb. enclos ure unable to gain admittance. Mis Bessie Gillespie returned to Louisville Monday to resume her duties as a graduate nurse in the Jewish Hospital after speuding a month's vacation ber. with her par ents. Mr. snd Mn. R. H. Gillespie. ' v - - rwwi,!! via: vAmwwrM frill i utinmdw m m in i iht hi mniiiii m mi' 'i mi i mm n n m A. C. PORTER GIVES AN AC COUNT OF HIS STEWARDSHIP TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY: - Six years ago the good people of Ohio Coun'y honored nie by elating me to the office of Clerk of the Ohio Circuit Court. Since that time my only ambition has been to merit the confidence placed in me. To that end I have, at all times, endeavored to faithfully discharge the duties of my office and to deal with every litigant fairly, regardless of his political affiliation. I am again asking the people of this county to elect me to the same Ljnce and, in so doing. I promise to turn. Owing to the duties of the office. I have not been able to see all of you and personally ask for your support. Consequently I am forced to adopt this method of address. To you. whom I have seen. I wish to express my most sincere ap preciation of, your expressions of frleulship and proffers of support. You. whom I have not had the pleasure of seeing, I wish to respectfully ask to give due and careful consideratl n to my claims for endorsement and, if you believe that I have made a faithful and efficient public ser vant, to vote for me next Tuesday. Having earnestly and conscientiously tried, throughout my term of office, to fulfill the duties incumbent upon me. I r.ow confidently leave It to the Judgment of my fellow-riti :ens as to whether I have been faithful to my trust. Sincerely. Political Advertisement. A. C. PORTER. IIOIJK RTSOX UKX X KTT Miss Kathryn Moorman Roliert- son, of Moorman, and Mr. George W. Bennett, of Island, were married at 3 o'clock last Wednesday afternoon i at the home of Rev A. Bennett the groom's uncle, at Utica. The ceremony was performed by uev. Bennett in the presence of a tew relatives and Intimate friends. The bride was becomingly gowned in traveling suit of brown tricotine. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett left Immedl- ately following the ceremony fori Evansvllle. They returned Monday ' to Island wher. they are at home to thelr friends. Mrs. Bennett comes of one of the oldest and most prominent families of this section. She Is a daughter ( of Mrs. W. P. Robertson, of Moor-, man. Her father, who died about eleven years ago, was one of the ' most successful farmers of his conn To the Voters Ladies and Gentlemen: ( Sine, entering the race for Sheriff of Ohio County I have made an effort to see as many of you as possible, but have found it a physical impossibility to meet you all. To you, whom I have seen, I wish to express my hearty thanks tor the encouragement and promises of support you have given me. To you whom I have not had the pleasure of meeting. I wish to express my regret at not be ing able to do so and ask you to give my claims tor election due and careful consideration. Tb. influence and vot. of each of you will be appreciated. If elected Sheriff of this good county, I pledge myself, to the most faithful and efficient service within my power. My only ambi tion will b. to merit th. coufldenea reposed In m.. , . Respectfully, Political Advertisement C. B. CARDEM. give the best possible service in re ty. Mrs. Bennett. herself is a most estimable young lady and numbers her friends by her acquaintances. Mr. Bennett is a member of one of the leading families of the Green River country and is a young man of sterling quality H) is a son of j Mr. and Mrs. James C Bennett, of Hartford, but was born and spent his youth in the Equality neighbor hood in this county. He has been for several years in the employ of the Island Coal Co., and is at pres ent Its local manager. We Join their many friends In wishing jfor Mr. and Mrs. Bennett the utmost happiness as they Jour- ney down life's pathway together. Mr. A. J. Rains, after a four weeks' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Raines, of Roslne has returned to Tampica. Mexico, where he will resume his work with the Mexican Oil Co. of Ohio County: Owejisbcro Burglars Motor Over In Stolen Car to Loot Ken frow's Place. For the third time within a week the general store of F. Renfrew Co., at Narrows, was burelarizod last Thursday niht un.l a large quantity of men lia!ilis carried away. An exact r-s'.iiuaLe of tile amount of goods st.ilen cannot he wade as the thieves made a careful selection of articles tl.at would oc cupy a small splice in un automohila but tilt value of which was '.iigh. Shoes, gloves. leather lagging, knives ard razors wert- amo.'is urti (jls missing. The. t revimis rob-bc-rlei were on tho i.IkMj f Oct. list, anil 2?,th. rnnn tin:.- Thu-M'liy niM Vr. John Ren'row was bious-.i l y a t'eighbor w'io had st. n licht ii the store anil wi: n le arrival i!own town tli" roMii-r were litinl leavins i'l an iitHKiiiobli tlii. li l.ini lirai parl-d re ir th-' 'umi'.I'.oi:.-. Se "iii'in.4 a car Mi. rie:f row and Vr. A-nrsTT."f iTToTl r (rriV'r- rr Por.lsvi'.'.e w'u.re tiny were ji;nl by n ;l-'jMtty sheriff tind the vtirit t continued to Owe-tsboro. !'het thieves escaped, for th tiire l .it were later identified ; Sydney' Wells and John Roberts, of Owervi boro. In Wells' pos'-ssion wero found n number of the missing arti cles. Both have been arrested, anl Ihiced In the Pnv!ec County Jail. Wells formerly lived mvir Narrow:;, and only recently rpMi-vev.fi ''via tae Eddyville penitentiary. whre he servpd a term for stealing a car in Owenshoro. The auto usd to carry away the Narrows loot wan stolen from Mr. Herbert Wpstcr field. of Owensborfj He has recov ered the car. ;i Y UAXNF.Y AOHRKSSKS THK VOTKHH OK OHIO Ol TY Ladies and Gentlemen: I havn niadehn effort to see all the voters in the County but have been unable to see all. Now at the close of the campiagn, I desire to say to those I have seen that I was indeed glad to meet you and appreciate very much, the promises of support civen nio and to those I did not have the pleasure of meeting, that I am very sorry I failed to see yon. and s'.ull now nsk you to pU-ns-e give ir.e duf consideration in my race tor County Court Clerk, and would nsk yin to investigate the situation tho-on-hly nd votre accordingly. I was born and reared on a farm near Select. Ohio County, and work ed on the farm until I was 2' year of age. I taught one school in tho year 1903. worked- 2 years as a carpenter and clerked 1:! a ger.eral store for 2 years, but for the Past 12 years have worked in and around thoacoul mines of Ohio Comity. I have never before asked for of fice, and if the good people of Ohio County will he one-third as gond to me as they have been to my worthy opponent, who has enjoyed 12 years of official life. I will ask r.o more. Your rr'end. ' CUY RANNEY. Political Advertisement TO THK VOTKltS OK OHIO COUNTY: Since entering the race for tho office of County Judge, I have made every effort to meet the voters of tho county, but as the election draw near I 'realize that thre will bn many whom I will not have the op portunity of seeing. I take this method of expressing my apprecia tion for the pledges of support thut I have received and to thoce whom I have been unable to see I take this means of asking you to consider my claims and I assure yotf that If elected I will make an earnest en deavor to give you r.o cause to re gret your choice. Respectfully yours. T. F. TANNER, Poltical Advertisement Extensive repair are bebg rr.ad on the Methodist r&rsonaxe on Wal nut Street. Including a basement, concrete-block underpinning, a new roof, a new and larger fro"t ptir-h, re-topped chimney and the Installa tion of.'ity water. 't'