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IB IS oC fi?tr. 'ry. ' iV Advance ' v ' M fan w f in mum h i, All Kinds Job Printing Neatlp . fjS r,-::J&t 71921. ; lM- lii CCXIIf TUFHEfiS. jM" j .V-'-o EEfiq Feo:j SHHIFF!-' l ; A xAfll Payment of $22,SC5 Ateffed ! o l-o- -o- LOCAL DASHES HKS. bill A. KLEIN DIES IX , I INDIANA, BURIAL VHERE Mn. Lucy A.' Klein. widow of tha ,j...,t.i..,w .,.V ..,... , - I Get your, Barrel Salt at , 'iiivcioiiBim. ivivin, aiea mi ia noma - ; ' Z I Ant. orheF nephew, Mr. John w. Lewton.r' '1 . "V at 11:00 o'clock and Sundar nla-ht F. C. Bennett. Hartford. R, F. D. at 7 o'clock. His Interesting and No. 8; J. A, Tlchenor, Bearer Dam; Instructive sermons were well re- M. H. Carnahan, Equality; J. , W, ceived and appreciated by all pret- Ross, Drakesboro. . 'ir. n - ; ... -V ;i. ' orner nepnew, air. John w. Lewton,r 1 . "? xAfjf Paynjen of $22,SC5 A(kged .mvrncenn Mdlana, usi, Tuesday J A!v Pild Him In Pre n( I AmKI ib(nt : P.'W Mrs. Klein went AHorney L. f . - tr"a.?,1."C!.,.?,;'i ito. Tlsit Mr. Lawton about three w" to.. . 3"an4r, of 0ens- Hartford yesterday on rtw.hnK. n- V wtrd ut implicated by'an ' lo - mor ana "f&Sck :,.,W CaUe "Teuowjacket t.e-up y- months ago , and shortly thereafter waa stricken with Jaundice .which to-1 .. Don't fail. , to see , Hartford and waf made , m escal, court Saturday i j -am a a ucu oaiurunT mane. mnUm .mm , i- : v .; iwr.mm. , itor mnerai aemees ai, . - - County Attorney' H. -Blrkhead i nn?"' bef )bo w" b" .:.i.,. T. .,i..Prtford:anrivlng at 2:20 Thui morning, and tV'. DMt and Jack ndj: eighteen taxpayers: lot DaTlea. r"r"",BK -nnH, , 0wBn.hnrn " ril,": f umt iiHrumini irrnni niniiid n near r " - -. by T. F,Birk- . . . " -. .... .callera at this offl btheT relatives, A fair sited audience greeted the ..Basket Ball. Saturday night, Dec. Bethel College Glee Club,. which en- 10. Hartford High School vs. Caney- tertalned under the auspice of the rille High School. Game start P. T. A. at the school building Mon- 7:30. Admission 25c. day night. While the entertainment vr : , -.. did not fully met the hlgh expecta- ' Mr, and Mrs. E. Crabtree' went to tions of the audiences, yet '' on the Owensboro Sunday to be at the bed- whole it was very good and those side. of Mrs. Crabtree's father, Mr. present spent a very pleasant even Andrew , King, who is seriously ill ing. 10 FEB CENT F. CUT APP Reductiun Will t3 . licallyAII Fan. , . Orchard F. ice Saturday. ,i f the home of another daughter,' Mrs. Hlansford. countvi rpnrAMntpif heai.- 'to start proceeding. have 0rw ot.Qnlncr, h Sheriff George : Bale, .refund the"!..?"1": L! , Hlgit cash nrlce for and county, treasurer approximately 12 V- TZlr Tr:. Pouftry every day In the1 year' ,ame H- wllIlanl Oeorge 600; alleged to " hove beett ' paid a 7 .7 . ". ' - .,".".:. W E. bLlts a rro Pey Williams, aud William Sav vi waicn aim. - , r - , - ; i ace. Groun Evanrelist te rwiein was a memoer, ner spirit s . alleged to 3 hove beett. pald to ZlZl Z. ZZ'l' hlirtv in excess 'or the constltutlbnat !!: . -v ir"".' ' -, ."' y ' 'mortal casket wu laid awar In Oak-1 The vighteenMaxpayer. signing a -. -t' ' a. son, vvuvi vvut a W9av u v. tn v vs. WasMuston, Dec railroad Moposala" or idecreu9 in freight 'f. cally u 11 farm, range ' 1 ' 'productK in the Unit MAY mOBB STANDARD side of .New England," OIL I KENTUCKY ' today by the Inter; '' - ' ' 'commlHsicn. nj'! . Frankfort. Ky Dec. 1. Investi-j Orders ware Issued gation o the Standard Oil Company railroads to ilirnat-t Ohio 0( Kentucky under anti-trnst ias strictions in making Circuit Judge-Elect George's. Wil- CouLty are tendins a Congress of of the State may follow similar in- rate scholules. petition to that effect are Drury tSmeathers, Ben J.- Head,- F.' P.. Dun can,' T. F. Mclntyre, O.' H. Baker, In Riddle, A.' M." Roberts, Allen Reid, of Owenboro..'WM. iB;:town mn ot ,Churcb,e of Christ, in restigatlon announced by the The orders also pe' her hushand ana son. i ! Mrs. Klein was a -.daughter of Charles J. Lawton and Lucy Ann I Perkins, deceased,- and was a native yesterday and paid us an appreciated L'ouisvllle this week Indiana authorities. Attorney Oener-'to De put int0 effec i'A meeting of the members of the al Charles I. Dawson said today, notice lor a eIx monC Mr. and Mrs.' Gilbert Fuqua of Fu- w tt r ,, w - t : a ot H-rtford. having been born here "Hie, are the guest, of Mri Pickerell, W. H. Duncan,--Joe A. . " Q'a s parents, Rev, and Mrs..R, Thorn. W.'D?-PWR-I Km& AUg2rlMl,.Her.father was ? , ; ,.,aV R. B. Moorman, W. F. Robinson and V 't ' ZT ' ' 1 J. C. EILott.'; - ':A' i: y' i. '',:., . The Woman's Club met with yuijuuvj juufiCi uiaoici wuiuhooiuuci In the petition,., which was. ten "Mrs. John B. Wilsoa Saturday afternoon. .-dered by Hon. T. F. Birkhead, at. . - - ,Tli program proved both Interestlnc . , , . native 01 warren .- county.- - airs.1 . . , , . torney for th petitioners, if, I. set , .. . . and instructive. ;. ' i , ' : , ,' j , Klein's husband was a leading busi-i , i , . . . - . . . . ' . ' ., . .1 peB. man' and exemplary .citizen. For elected qualified and acting sheriff . . , , ' , it . , riiord anA until til rlaath In tha Q H 1 .t h ..no. Ir. XI v.. v,- meber, 191T. ' He .took charge". Of the office In January, 1918 i -.'"..' ". ' "'- Allegations Made ,l t "; '. Sheriff Bales is' alleged .'- to have, -collected in ' commissions on taxes for the county of Daviess, school taxes -and back taxes, -together with fees fi for waiting on the. various courts of the county as, well as.ior serving processes' comlnc'' ino...hl8 hand, for the state of Kentucky and urged lo be present.' , : - ..Mr. and Mrs. . S. M.: Maddox, daughters. Miss' Maud and Mrs. Chester Leach, Mr.. Leach and little son, William, were the guests Sun- ' 10. Hartford High School vs. Caney- aaT or MP- ana Mrs- Maddox s O . ... ' n . , Haiivhtor HTia W r RlnnlrAnnhtn : vine niga i ocnooi. uams starts ... . K, Basket "Ball, Saturday night, Dec. ,7:30. Admission 25o. who cherish..her memory. She was a consistent Christian', and a devot ed wife and mother.- .- She is survived by, one son, Mr. George L. Klein, - of Quincy, 111., with whom she had made her home . , , , ;, , - . , . tor a nurauur u years, nuu uuo bib- ..nniin , ' , j ' ' ter, Mrs Bettte Klein, of Carlisle 10,00. after having- pald his depn- ',., : ...fc , tie. and necessary expenses of con ducting his office. The.aame allega tion, virtually are made relative. to the. year. 1019 and19?0.lVIa all It. Is averred ttte excess collections x amount to $7,500 for.feach of. the : threeyears. ,- The section of v the constitution. which allow, compensation .- to';: ofr he was a member of the firm Klein Brothers, tinners and dealers i . ; ... j , , ' - t , Mrs. Livla Cecil. Whltesvllle. ar- irienas, wane a resiueni 01 naruura. . . hnmo r i v Mil i iinnav r ii nn rnn vii oar nr vi rat Whan hfi Atfonflnn vnd nnllaH trt 'n ... i i a u , , . ... . ' " " " " Ull I'BI IUU. ill IH9 narttora cnr.st.an - L.nu.cn win oe publiBhed statement of an investiga-'COmmisHion left UnC held next Sunday morning Immedl- tion , Indiana. the Attorney Oener- o( October 20 Tedff" ...... u a wrote tne Attorney General or proximate "'v"""""1" lur """ur. that State to acoertnln what facts he for another year. Every member is mav have. Ha has not received an answer. , The Indiana investigation I. said to be based on a rate war by which the Standard Oil Company is said to squeeze Independent retail sales ag encies by bringing up the- whole-sale ing t0 tn eomnllsslen t price to a point which is Bald to KllggeHte(l that the "gene, leave a margin too narrow for salas cent deur(,llHO on ligrlct. agencies other than the company's rfm.t8. wliich they co 1 6 Vi peree? crease on grim, gram I hay throughout the Mississippi district.' Whk. roads wore later instruc into effect by December ' Siiiwdtuto Suga The railroad executive and Mr. Blankenshlp, city. I r Sheriff-Elect G. A, Ralph returned last Tuesday from Canalou. Minnie Wedding and Mrs, Rachael wo- wnere M naa Deen vs"n8 rei Shultz for sveral days. ' ' j should apply to'the 'We and hay as well as1 to' the t modifies, and become atlves for about ten days. - He was accompanied back by his nephew, Mr. Opal Ralph, who will probably Ind., besides ; a number of grand children,-nephew, and nieces, i ' In addition to her son the follow ing elaUvewere present,- at her burialr' - . Her cwnddaughter, , Mrs. T. W. Spain, and Mr. Spain, grand sons, Messrs.-Has well and Earl Col- dependent agencies, such as drug stores, garages and accessory dealers who may have tanks for custoiin.-rs' benefit, and, being unable to opnrule profitably on the margin allowed liy the Staadard, have business. Thi bnq ltppn nntirafililft in tills Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C. Browning a assistant agent at the local depot.' . increases i.. LOST Day Hartford School Fair. on Hartford-McHenry. road, handbag enter school here containing name George A. Hunter, I : " $5 bill, J2.50 gold piece. Reward. I Mrs- B- Pedigo, of Hopkinsville, MRS. R. P. BECK. McHenry, Ky. an experienced employe of- the L. '.' f & .N R. R. Co., has been assigned Nick lings, and the latter', wife, all of Glenville; and her nephew., Messrs. ' fop . flrfirir fleer.?of, the dommonwealth Inoto fn'iL!wton' ot J'?'-' one. Call and let u. show'you.i ana J. r. iawtou. ot central vt. ,:, , . , MASONIC TEMPLE,' - The HeraldJoIn. the many local isJit , , . owensboro, Ky. irtenas- ot, tne aepartea in wieuumi most sincere sympathy to ' the be reaved family.', : . ' .,.' left last Wednesday for Rochester She has engaged rooms at the resi- where they will make an extended anc of Mrrfind Mrs. W, O. Wood Visit with Mr BrownliiK's parents, ring. Rev. and Mrs. S. P. Browning. I ' -i'.' - -.'i: " ' V I "human, tanaies, waterman ' T. Arnold'. Jewelry Store Fountain Pens. Eversharp Pencils, Eastman Kodaks, Patha Phono- own retail filling stations to operate at a profit. , Other oil companies, it is said. are not ame to supply an tnese in- tor tne i6i percent I '. of this point wa. nvatle " mission today.' ';" ' ' ' . P.a II lauds in lNew'Et. ' tory where tlig ' final 'sts. r.ers Is held not to Jttstlf. percent decrease, were glv " sion to make inch dacroafu found poioible. ' Kurtlicr Stops' New While the ooiniiiffmidns., all administrative' Darrteve t tan percent d'jereaiid'it was ;' ' out that further step's wt ROCKPORT P. T. A. i'RLE- . (to be taken by the railroaj i URATES THAN K8GIV1NO 'ments before the lower11 rat, discontbmed the priue ot gasoline, which, hni jumped by degrees from 20 to 24 cents in the last few months. .exceed $5,000 per annum, -with the , exception of the ' governor' is cited -and relied on as the basis for askr Ing that theexe'ess amount be re-, funded to the county treasury. i . Settlemeiit W Accented ,' ''.;',:.! graph, and records Just a few items (uuuny comes nuo euect.: of ou' quality Xmas line.. I Tne Par"t-Teacher'o Association comniimion'B f.iilure to' conslC BEAVER DAM DRUG CO. spent a very pleasant as well as a ten percent decrease '"o" s;ral Next to Post Office 48-2t very Profitable Thanksgiving, In hay as a snbi tituta -e - The bazaar given by the Methodist ladies in the basement of the church last' Tuesday was . a great success -The petition recite, that for each OFFICIAL RETURNS FOR both social and financial, the gross . of' the three , years in question ' the V'1 v" SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT proceeds being $150. j 'fiscal court, designated Guy. A. Aull '.'. . - ' I ; ; as1 a special' 'committee' Of the 'e'ourt '' .-. ! FOR RENT To. individual! or to: make settlement1 with the sheriff.1 Frankfort, Ky., Nov.-80. Returns gmaU tamUy without children, TWO Aull'. eettienie'at wa. accepted! avln. J)een .recelyed rom McLean . UPSTAIRS . . ROOMS, with Electric by the court and approved, and' t.he county, the race, were completed in Lignt,. ' .For . further ' information oahBriff' crvilted- uietuty-TM-iet'tb"'-s,t,,"J,dictoI dlBtrlct races- call thia. office. : ! 48-tt. tlement.- it. 4. charged, wa. errone- the. Democrat, winner, in . . - ou. and ehoirld be sefaslde an' the "en race, m iqiiow.:, , ... ., Rer. T; T. Frailer filled his regu-Mr.. ame surcharged-again.! the .herlff ..:-.. uuiciai District .. ur appointments at the local Meth- Rockport . The day was celebrated reduction It pre vioiisrSr"" The local Methodist Sunday School bT reaI Thanksgiving dinner. I'yit waa said, might bH-'j l makes the following report for last 8lstln8 RunHav! nfflrpra unrl teachers nrea- 800ll. ent. 17; scholar, present, 91; total and of turkey and everything cemlines and dmfereno. i' . In spite of the' steady rain At th same time'M'ha ' rather unfavorable weather, 8lon. invertination intdthe U A 1 ) I V. A M it . . ... . a i collection, $5.89; largest collection, lur"' "a" a i"c"",u '"'""s.". "'- uienoss oi tie Renerai leTe W. H. Barne." class- new scholar, ""sfled persons who left the door, portation rates in the.Uhl: Miss . Luclle, Westerfleld ia Miss aml the SUI" ot l0 0,) a realized. wni begin next week at Amelia Barnetfs class. Not only Rockport, but Paducah, railroads are disposed ' to " Beaver Dam. Morgantown and- sev- their voluntary offer, the' eral other places were also repre- the agricultural produV sented. Part of. the proceeds was ierfc to; adjudication in.tt used to complete the building ot a mg. ' concrete walk and steps at the, . L school-building, which has , already ; PICTURE ri'ZZLE several weeks, but her many "u":u will be glad to learn that rao" maispensioie. me iunas tor Elsewhere in today', ii ihi. m. , .. .i i... . . i . : ..... vuio aia iui uiiinu j iu -. round a large ad vert lc T. A. and the greatei part of "the- . tor each pf thew three year.-.:.- n . ,' , -r v ' The motion 1. that the fiscal court Davleg Wstoorlae '.and direct- the- county 'Hancock . ,.t n- torney,, ot pavles ..cpdnty to V.buK f8aV'; !hkrniMM BtMement tot mrd year. OUo- ' ' ad to correct, them, and to require, lv.fc. the .herlff ;to ay . into, the, treasury - Sixth Judicial . District WilSOn Slack nAat rhn.rh Snnrlg, at 11'. m t.nH 7 p. m. ' Good sized audiences were 4 , 7,568 . ,.1.353 .... 2.607 i ..4,40 7,240 1,472 present at each service and- splendid i friends l,89a sermons delivered. ' ' t !sh is i 4,62 15,834 top -h of the vaar. th excess reve . h.ju..v - . ,i horse food . Mr. Virgil Stateler, ot Livermore, wa. the week-end guest ot his sister. Charlotte Taylor, and niece, Miss Mamie Bennett. Mrs. Taylor has been considerably indisposed for she is now much better. villa,, Ind.. ' representing the M, nue and fee. retained by him which belong to Daviess ; county, in, excess " ot $5,000 tpr each ot tUfal.,. ,T . V. ,., 1,,.,l;'Hancocfc MR, AND MRS. R. B. McLean ... . - - i MARTIN ENTERTAIN . Ohio , '. For 'CVnimoawe IU's '.Attorney , narness i r ' Mr, and Mrs. R. B. Martin enter- f talned at lx o'clbck dinner, at their - Cary'. Majority home en Clay. Btreet, .Tuesday ev-i ( . onlng. An elegant. andwell arrang-';li'V0 edj repast was enjoyed 1 by the fol I" r r Cary ..8.273' . i.sn : ...2,516 16.266 I run oal&- i wyf (,, pmy. 15,2?8 muiea( . flfteeu hands high, . . r'U mnphA riir vt nM ' neur Mr nf 'Rnviflr Co.. Of Fort Wavne. Ind I Smith!. ; .6,868 ' .t.42l;;;; 1,847 .5 'Price $300.00 B. F, VAN WINKLE. ; Rosine; Kf, t 13.795 ..2,471 loiaa-uaUi.Jalge, Robert, WT?. (he CltUens o( Ohio. Qounty; M. . ... i. T will hA In Hurt far ( nn HatP eiacKp JUage aiiick iuOV uuuion - nV 1 mm a ii t i I 1 wealth. " AttdrneT". "HI Smith"0 pari of aiMiuii . Mis. Anna Barne. has returned to her home in Beaver Pam after a ten days' .vlslt with ,ber, brcjthejv jMr. Marshall Barnes, who Is auenllng the University of Kentucky at Ington. , is I - - (. - y- - i..uuujfug a yici,uru i 1 1 xiq Capt. John O. Keown, ot Evans- woric wa4 aonatea uy tue ranged by the LoulsvllK a.L i a a -i s . . iao niBii ocuuoi auq tus urnutjs, as wh(ca wi( n0 doubt. pro well as some or tne patrons. Tne teresting for its readers, work of each and every one I. cer- peclnlly for the llttlu fi. tainly" very 'highly appreciated arid'eontest consist, lii apcerta'. the result of their labor will un- manv nha nr rii,io. the letter' j-ex- 26 Meare..Jt-fl.Bjru.. ft. 0-,JKeo wn.WlJl-the.SUUens w. S. Tlnsley and Mr.-and Mr.. Otto "i wihwuhm iu unu iu7 u.; : e Marihi and 'ehildran. 1 f 1 ' ) 1 M everallrv and colrectlvelypnter - Those' present VppIaridCte l-Uli vUC. retniniacent mood and the ilaie.''-1 the. tervant of all I The lecture given at tha Baptist Church last Friday night by Rev. W. Williams, ot Owensboro, "The Alma e.t 1 If1 nrAverl In tpatln a -..'u'and instructive to a falr-.Ued audi ence. I i 1 1 a i i - A7 1 1 1 1 a nt t til O ClpCX wa pleaatly r-pnV mscu imuk aayttrvpusa County Group Evangelist Savage filled hi. regular a .hort visit with hi. sister. spent a few day. .here last week In the Interest of his company, and vis tin relatives .and friends. . and went to Elmltch Thursday to make tedly Pve to be a great bene- Uure .tart with ui to tu acuooi. ine r. i. a. is prize, are awarded to tho: not at all content to sit down and the" largest number. The Bro William Savexe nastor of1"" " ' hWiDK Jelped the ha,r a,ready on Ilber' ' th f locaT Sistain ennre" f ' a wa,k' 'but W,n "ave a result of compel!: g in sil Lorenza Bell;! Z a'arenc. TtTl ' " ' " w. W, .. uv come oi ma awnrtiu in mii during V the holidays. ture. nuzzle rahio should - Contributed. - ' to residents of this vlclnr .' mm . . i ! Robinson and baby and Iss Lorena.'elgeWbera ttarrison. , or ne - Barren . erry community, were guest, of) Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Barrett, MondayJ night. : Among those who uve renewed their subscription, to fbe Hartford Herald within the past week are Lee Tlchenor, Ceralvo; S. R, James, Cen tertowni Mrs. Mary B. Wilson, Ola- ton, R. F. D. No. 1: C. CIRCUIT CXLRT .how, there Is nothing like Advertlsemeut. ' '(-'. desire toi 1 . lis -Jng to c4aeratiJa. .; that (n C4, rwlT nt assistance or 'monthly appointment t the local McHenry. R. F. D. No. 1; L. , - , ' ' su"tlons that may be helDful to -Christian Church. Sunday morning erley, Centertowh, R.-F. D. -' "Timanri.espe'I me in the faithful discharge of my i ' to ' fX cf W duties a. roar Representative " v - . V""'.IRA Jones; ' i. O. UAXDV, Bl'PKUIlSTt. EXT BROADW.t V MIX L. 0. Candy,' mine surer) tor the Broadway Coal Mlti at Simmons, thiB County, die preMntative-EIect,' Ohio' County. .Advertisers, Attention! t . r v. T- f, Frsnler,' pastor of Hart r -i a i Kt, Hermon Meth- t iue i.siuuiu a? imuuj i . , : 1 1 ,.1111 a ' i i a i Vrtha Rhoads, " rn in wie DrwvU)l wedna,- or Thursd-v t r in - Bunday-Vmud of reOA to ccoiuuudkite( The ' principal . 'business of the Court so far has been the considera tion and 'disposition'' ot criminal cases. The grand Jury ha. returned eighty-three Indictment. ' to date, a P. Brown, Urge majority for violation of tha uquor laws. A number ot prosecu. home in Broadway Tueda N'- l ttons o0 .uch charge, have been call- ing at 1 o'clock. Death wa ed for trial, but, In moat Instance., uevere Injuries ' received tr a plea of guilty ha. been entered, immense slate fall, Jure 1 .Both the county exchequer and the hi. body being so orushed th ' Jail bid fair to be considerably con- plate paratysie of tha lower ' . jgested for some time to come. Pub- ot hi. body resulted. lo sentiment has aroused and co-: Mr. Gandy although a o; operated with the officers with the tlvely young man. had been t and moon- tendent tor the Comnaav tt that could lutve I rrady by the shiner, of the county are on the time. v . run or begging for mercy. We com- The remnlna of tha'.lewas- Dftaf Advertisers:- You are our eeo. It fat often th case that an ad- beet friewda we are deeuly crate. vcrOsr will wait aatil aa Ltte as ' m .B.... a.. . . . , . , , l,n, 1... aiwnuajr to mum in ivrniing copy m.un ium uuuiidjij Plett-ve save our 1rcri hours ol med he court' nod the officers for taken early Tuat.-liy morning weu you, out aouto- or jrou IrtHiuxuti) tail over-wvrK ed at the unu time aid the good recora niucu tn'.s term. Let gantown, W. Vu., bin furnor ' Institute to i iiniae the fec;-httt it' reiiulins ' u in pi-rpuriug your advertiseiufut the good work continue. " i for burial." , -rV-T.'s.-" t-u f 1 of a e.":.f weekly air to the beat advauug by turulug lu We. will give la our next isuue a Mr. Oandy Ii rurrlvpd liy ' ' , . 5 c': ' 1 work to c ou each !- ' Kur eopjr early. -'. fcore detailed .mutuary ot reult. -. .rd, two rr.iall t-hll-'re's '" ' ' J"'''' '' f . ' ' ' ' -' - ' ' ';.