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THE HARTFORD HERALD '
Subscription $1,50 Per Year, in Advance "t tk i,nii if hhi ftrn. iW yU am hum Uaun,? a iT gctw M Kinds Job Printing Neatly tfxeivted 18th YEAR. HARTFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 18, 1922. NO. 3 DO TOEQCCO GROW other (rowers this year It will be practically hundred per cent strong PlUN 0RGAX1ZATIQN "Inhere Is .surplus crop the" as-! . . aoclatlon hat redrylng plants ready i NEWBEfytY RETAINS SENATE s SEAT. 46 TO 41 -r r, r i f i ,0 hogshead the tobacco and . Farmers Pack Owensboro Court lt (or , TOarket." "Ample, financial ' backing been obtained," Mr. Chapman in answer to a question on hold PREMIER BRUNO UNEX PECTEDLY RESIGNS 'OOOOOOOOOOOOQOOO i LOCAL DAftHJil O SEE B03KET5 PAGE AD FARM LOAN ASSOCIM ' DECLARES OlVICEliO House to Hear Burley Growers' Counsel. has said this r point. '.We hare the backing of Owensboro . Kf. Jan. JL 6. -A ff" 'Jb bankg ta. Bur,f' dU; . trlct, the support of Louisville and crowd , of toacco growers that ailed Clnclnn8t, bank8i of New Yorlt the Daviess county circuit court- banks Including sqme of thfi strong room almost to capacity, after hear- est of the country, and finally of the Ing the eloquent address of Virgil w,r corporation and federal' reserve board." Only Republicans Vote For Him; Decision Due to Resentment Amendment Condemning Slush f Over Fight on His Policy I Mr. V. L. Fulkerson, city, wa In Seven Per Cent to Stockholders; Owensboro, a day or two last week.4 Fund Adopted. At Cannes. LADIE3, READ the sale price silk hose at Bosket's Cash Store. on Officers For 1922 Are Elected. Chapman, of Lexington, assistant general counsel of the Burley Tobac co Growers Co-operative Marketing the grading would be done by the Association, Saturday afternoon vot- association graders, the most ex ert unanimously that Judge R. V. Bingham and other organisers of the Burley pool Je Invited to come to Western Kentucky as soon as possi ble' to launch a campaign to form a similar organization in the Oreen Washington, Jan. 12. Truman, Paris, Jan. . 12. Aristide Brland H. Newberry of Michigan, tonight today resigned from the Premiership finally won his long fight for a seat snd Raymond .Polncare, former in the United States senate. President of the Republic, likely will The right to the seat was de- succeed him. termlned by the senate Itself, which M. Brland's resignation came with In explaining the working of the ' ,. " . . ie unamoer organization the speaker said that . V . " 7' "'""'"- - """" remru- ' iu ir. owucrrx was en- "S mis morning irom nis conrer tltled to his seat. er.ces with the British Prime Minister All who voted for him were Re- t Cannes, had brought the opposing publicans, while nine Republicans riiFnibers of his Cabinet into accord and thirty-two Democrats voted lth his policies, and, by a powerful against him. Three senators were speech in the Chamber, apparently paired for and three against the res- bad won over the great majority to Volution and three senators did not his side. , vote. - . ' I His blunt eloquence evoked a tre- Hemstltching and Plcot Edging. MRS. W. J. BEAN, Hartford, Ky. :tf THINK OF IT! Men's Work Sox. 3 pairs for 25c. Read Bosket's page ad. perlenced men to be obtained, and the injustice of the same grades of tobacco selling at widely different prices, which prevails under , the present system, would be abolished, - In conclusion, Mr. Chapman said: "Not only have the growers of 'the Mr. W. H, Seibert, of, Owensboroi spent Monday night with Mr. R. H. Gillespie and family. We are getting mixed car, Oats, Shorts and Shlpstuff. Get our prices on five, ten and twenty bag lots. 3-2t W. ET. ELLIS & BRO. River, One(Sucker and Stemming Br, MCtong orn2ed but great Added to the rM0,ut'lon declaring mendous ovation, and when he ab .districts Almost - to a man the tobacco growers, by a rising vote, pledged themselves to . become members of .such an organization and to work to organize It. They then by ap plause and a rising vote thanked Mr. Chapman for his talk. -, The opinion was eipressed that aome of- the organizers of the Bur ley association would be free to In organisations are being formed Virginia and theCarollnas. "I predict that inside of twelve Mr. Newberry entitled to his seat ruptly declared his Intention of with- 'come here this month to address a mass meeting of farmers and that the drive to organize the farmers of this section of the state could be got ten under way; by next month. In this event it is felt the organization -can be completed, by the time the . next crop of tobacco is ready- to be ut. Item-fits To Be Gained . Mr. Chapman made a very elo quent address In which he showed ' a thorough understanding of the Burley growers' association. Commenting on the benefits of -co-operative marketing Mr.' Chap man said that before the fruit grow ers organized they received eight to and denying the claim of Henry drawing from the Government, the Ford, the defeated Democratic con members of the Chamber seemed ov- months every section where tobacco " ; " Is grown will be organized We ex- caU9e of camDa,en expenditures Mr. 'Announcement of the resignation tend to you tobacco growers of West- Ne'De"T w not entitled to sit In of M. Brland comes with startling en.' Kentucky the right hand of fel- th genate' was 8tatement ot Pllc suddenness at the moment of his .lowship and invite you to organize' "J K wTnc.j vw.B ;r. uwya v-eorge a also because thereby you will not on 1v rrnntlv KpnAflt vnurnAlvp hut von will strengthen our organization al- ' I Anything In the Fancy Line to ent? Ask us for It; if we don't have It, we will get it for you. 3-2t WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. condemned ana disapproved ' the treaty designed to guarantee use of excessive sums in behalf of France's security against an unpro voked attack by Germany. Although I have installed a new and up-to-date Hemstitching Machine, Am pre pared to do your Hemstitching and plcot Edging. Bring or mail your work to me. MRS. W. J. BEAN. 3-tf Hartford, Ky. The roll call showed the following the text of the proposed pact, agreed Republican Senators against seating upon at Cannes, has not been made A REVIVAL AT THE METHODIST CHl'RCH llKht. The show wa presented at Beaver Dam, last night. ' There will be a series of revival services held at' the Methodist Church In Hartford beginning on Monday night, the 30th. of January, Don't forget the date: Monday night after the 5th. Sunday in this month. Rev. L. W Turner, pastor, of the church at Calhoun, Ky., will do the breaching. This la our first revival effort in the Hartford church - for two years, and I assure we all can U3; eat you'll see you have TAVLOU get great good 'out ot the meeting . . ...by putting much into it. Every body twelve cents for every SI spent by ' ' tho . consumer for their products. Now they receive forty-Ight cents -out every dollar paid for their prod ucts. Iir-one of the richest of the fruit growing counties the farmers had 11,000,000 in banks before co operation and now have (24,000,000 deposited, he said. . The fruit grow ers receive now $25,000,000 annual ly for their" product and the sales have been increased several hundred per cent. They spend 32,000,000 annually lu advertising their pro ducts and have therby - Increased the demand enormously. Method in Burley District Mr. Chapman explained the de-fects-ln the present marketing sys - tern which he called a "blind" sys tem" and said the co-operative system would replace It by matching sales manship with" salesmanship and sub stituting merchandising for . dump- He pointed 'present system the tobacco manu facturer and buyers borrows money with which he buy tobacco; pays facturer and buyer borrows money 'etc., adding these to the price he asks for Us tobacco but not taking into consideration the cost ' to the farmer of growing the crop." Under the co-operative system, he said, the farmer would figure land values, de preciation, labor, interest on his in vestment, and base the price for his 'tobacco on the actual cost ot raising It plus a reaonable profit. in town Is cordially invited to attend all services. The following will be the arrangment for some services preparatory to the meeting. 1. On the two -Wednesday even ings between now and the date for the meeting there will be held In the I'nder the auspires of The Lady Maccabees, The Peerles MiustrelH u lll ahnur at tha f i.nr T J. . , , I.. """"'J- uurau, spiiei;. jones yumw. ms pouucai opponents nave Hartford ton n auiuiiKiuiu, ivenyon, uaaa, ia wrongly onjectea to wnat they Follette, Norbeck. Norrls and Suth- charged as excessive concessions "land. ' granted by M. Brland on the subject' Com9 , and 8ee Six senators were paired, three of German reparations. 'something good to uepuuucans, crowe, ol rennsyl- 'Jus resignation also contains a been looking for. vanla. du Pont, Delaware, and Moses, dramatic element in that only this 3.21 WILLI Vf.'S & New Hamshlre, being paired for morning his Cabinet' was reitorteil to Senator Newberry with Senators be In complete accord with his poll- jir. t H Reynolds, of the Eev.l- Kendrick, of Wyoming, Stanley, cles at the Allied Supreme Council lng Green Business "university, was Kentucky, and Reed, of Missouri,-meeting at Cannes whence lie tame here this week in the intere'-t of against. yesterday afternoon to defend his his sohoi, ad tie puest of Mr. inree senators were aosent. Tneyacuons tnere. were: Newberry, Johuson, f Call- - fornla, Republicans, and Watson, LOCALS MAKE 30-30 RK' Democrat, Georgia. . . OKI) .t CENTRAL CITY ' All other Republicans Senators voted for Newberry; all other Demo- The boys' and girls' basket bail Opening of crats against. teams or tne Hartford High School aace gale. Tent of Resolution Journeyed to Central City Friday BOSKET'S CASH STORE ine lexi ot me resolution uy wuere iney tiea up mat nlgnt in a which Mr. Newberry's title to his double bill with the goat artists of the seat was cleared and which dismiss- Walter Wedding. NOW IS THE TIME! to lay in your groceries. Read our prices and be on hand next Saturday for the GRAND Hartford, Route S. Alu'.r I The annual nveethig of the stock lo!dr4 oftlie Hertford National Frni Loan Association was held at tho office of the ge retary Tiva.surur in the Herald btilMina las'. Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock, r.tporu for the year were reive i showing that l)ir.3 totaUr.g 4S.60 hid I -t-;i c!oe.l sfr.ee M irch 1, w!ir. operatiur weio resumed by tin L-ind Eni.ks. Six leans are now pHndin? and tl.re aro 12 naiiie' on the Association's wjit itig list of applicants. The Association Is not in debt, tho fees charged applicants having prov ed adequate to iefrj,-' running ex pense. It was reported hy the Secretary-Treasurer that a dividend of g pfT cent on the Association's stock In the Fert.-ral Laud Bank of Louisville, had been received. Whereupon it was ordered that one tenth of thi dividend l;e ?et .aside for a reserve and Invested, as required by law. and that a dividend ot 7 per cent be de fcUred mid paid t,v. the atcirlc "of Iho association. ; The following stockholder w-r e!e te.l to serve us Directors for the ensuing yen: Mes-,r. Tha-iiieus Barnard, Kjrf fi,ro, Route 2; S. O. KeOH-ii, Hurtfor.!; !;. V. H iy o-s v. C. Ashly ai.d M. D. E. invar J, Harcfi.rd, r.oute ". On Saturda) aflen.otni the t e!ei ted Director n.et and e.. (;-.; the f--!!oIi ufiicers fi r ti. e:ir 1522: I le.-Mei-.t, S. O. Keo'.v:-.. Har. f,,r.l ; Vae President, V. C. Ahl-.v. Hart I ..r.l. Route 2; ? r re' .try-Trc as- 1 er, MtDove'l A. Ft; ?;!?. Zl-i:-.-.-:.: :.:.-i:i-ht rs Loau Cou.u;i!t t-. H. y.V.'.-n, Hurtferd, Rorte ." ; J T. Mofinuan and Golden Staisworfh, H.irtf .-'; Al ternate Members Li-ttn Committee, L. M. Asklns, Nat rows, Rou'.m i; v. D. Cole:aan, Puradi.se, aud D. E. Ward, our Setui-Annual Cle.ir- Centertowu, Ky. Loatu through this Aisociation arc being handled as raphlly aj applica tion blanks and funds are mado available by the Land Bank. It in hoped and expected that the volume ot business done by the As C. C. High School. Both games were Mr. A. n Carson who was turn. church devotional meetings in which 17 " " w..i ...i.,.,, n- n.ouea to l ayette. Ala., the firit of wm ne more ir.au ciuiKt "lcu sniui mm ny nenry r oru V...B. iub Bn,B uu uy uie score 01 this week on account of ti e pHihh current year. tonows: 11 to 0. -ociatioii !ii::s tin.) tbt revival will be the main subject. 2. At 7 p. m. on the evening ot tho fourth Sunday in this month there will be held In the basement of the church a men's meeting conducted by W. H. Barnes. And on the same date and at the same hour there will be held in the .main auditorium of the church a women's meeting conducted by Mrs. 11. B. Mclnteer. . 3. On the fifth Sunday evening at "1. That -the contest Ford against Truman H. The personnel of the femin of Henry lne contingents was as follows: Newberry .Hartford Forwards, Clark and Bar- be, and It Is hereby dismissed. nHt; Center, Carter; Guards. Howard devotional - x..,. . ,..,.. J hereby declared to be a duly elected Kirk. senator from the state of Michigan Central City Forwards. Salsberg for the term of six years commenc- and Blacklock; Center, Muir; Guards, ing on the fourth day of March, Morgan and Pollock. 11(19. and Is entitled to hold his seat The local boys were defeated by'the in the senate of the United States. count or 22 to 11. The line-ups were "3. That whether the amount &" follows: Hartford Forwards, Crowe and was 1196,000, as was fully reported Shultz; Center. Bartlett; Guards, Ll- or openly acknowledged, or whether kt-ns and Bennett; Substitute. Balrd. t harm wara aima aw H-n.....J .1 .. I Control fUv VnvwamAa I ,t, of the meeting will be decided , , '- ' . ' -" out that under- the , . lars In excess, the amount expended Eads; Center, Sharp: Guards. Wal ace wnen. -uro. mrner arrives ana , an- . , wu iu eiiuer cava 100 large, mucn o'-" fmi. larger than ought to have been ex- The games were called hy Mr. Joe pended. The' expenditure of such Crochett, of Central City. The local excessive sums In behalf of a candi- teams were accompanied by date, either with or" without bis Florence Nelson and Profs. O. L. knowledge and consent, being con- Shulti and W. P. Rhoads, teachers trary to sound public policy, harm- the Hartford High School; Mlas ful to the honor and dlgnjty of the Mildred Stevenson and Mr. Harry senate and danigerous to the perpet- Iav illness of his little nephew and namesake, Amos Carson Thompson, arrived home Friday as the little patient, who had appandleitl?, I rapidly improving. Mi!". T!I.FV KNTK'rrm"- d-v S-- :.iy r-. t T n m vhara will ha moaa rtiAatlno .11 v ,,. . . . extended in this (Michigan) primary of all who will attend In the main .... . . auditorium conducted by the pastor. 4. The hours for the regular ser- nounced at the. first service.' . Now reader to prevent your tor- getting the above arrangement Just cut this out and pin It on the wall where you can refer to it any time. We are going to expect you. T. T. FRAZIER, Pastor. James F. Park, carrier on Route .". has so'.d bis re-ii!tni e on ( lay street to Deputy Sheriff George P. Jones. Mr. Park and family will occupy the old Bunger residence, near the railroad. Mr. Jones and faifcily will move to their new home as goon as it Is vacated. Mrs. Virgil Stevens, of Litileto", Colo., who ha3 been the guest of !vr brother. Mr. S. T. Rarnett. ind Mr. Bamett. of this city, for several r.ctt!e and Margaret Marks Miss oaiuruay tor I'tiea, wnere P,( guests were: sne win visit ner iirotner-ln-law, :,.r. Hcmy and Haro! I Mrs. 7. x. Tin' entertained: the- La die at her resi-'ecce In (. tweea the hours of 2:. : p. u:. last Friday. A?-er . r; of Ir.teres'.ing proere-sive games were e- jnyet! ti'.e took of a dai' ty r::' r luncheon. Members p rPhe.it v----- ?' C. O. Hunter. Darre ! Selle::? O. B:irri. Relle rooper, P.. T I.i.-S E. E. EiiUi.eid, J. S. -C .V. T T?!3"U!h'p. A. C. ter, J. B. T-.pran ar.-I r; Ho'-rook: Kisses Si.Ll.ii Win ir.vit- Meilair.es Mc- Ko'.lirool:, and :ei 17 Cc.I '.er n, Tor- :::t-r. Tom Stevens, and family. Mr. and otto C. Martin;' Mis--.es Anna Rhea Mrs. Barnett Joined her Monday for a visit of several days. Carson and Winnie Siii'.r.-.ern'.au. IW,auw" ulty of a free government, such ex THE lEAIt ANNOUNCED cessive expenditures are hereby se The Women's Club held a most The following notice has been re ceived by Mrs. I. S. Mason, Superln- Every safeguard has been provid- tendent: d to protect the organisation from . As required by law the State failure, he said. The members were Board of Education has selected the roquired to sign a five-year contract; following text upon which the ques the contract was not blpding until tions on pedagogy for the coming Signed by seventy-five per cent ot ear will be based: the growers. They had aecured the ' , (D - For Elementary Teacher's signatures ot approximately eighty-Certificate, "The Classroom Teach flve per cent of the growers, he said, er,'by Strayer and Engelhardt, pub- After the games the Hartford vlsl tors were most delightfully entertain- P'easant and instructive mvtotir.i; with verely condemned and disapproved." at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Rowan Holbraok on the 7th. Fred Wallace by the Central City 'lst- An attractive feifuro r? the teams, other students, teachers and program was a talk by Mrs. McHer.ry patrons. , Hobrook on Oriental subjects and a - . m- display of various articles from the Mr. Harvey Sheffield, who operates Far Eut. At t'.te close ot th pro- I. V. R. R. FREIGHT TR.IIV WRECKS NEAR KI.MMOXS Eleven cars of a heavily loaded coal traiu were derailed In South ard's Cut, near Simmons, Monday night at about 8 o'clock. None of tha praw vam lArlmtilv Inln.Ayi K.. it Is rumored that a hobo was killed i0"6, theU8of the injured member taking post graduate work la and is covered up In the debris. Ptsseuger traffic, was delayed about 18 hours, and it was necessary to route soma trains over other roads. There have been aevdrsl wrecks at this cut, , aud it ia now UP' to the tobacco com- ltshed by the American Book Com . pnnles to buy from them or go outpany, Cincinnati. Publishers' prtce ' ot business. "The companies realise f. o. b. Cincinnati $1.11. this," he said, "and, when Mr. Stone, (2) . Foe State Certificate, State president of the association, went to Diploma, and High. School Certlfl New York to interview the heads of cate, "Methods of Teachlug in High the big manufacturing companies re- Schools" by Parker, published ' by cently he was assured that they Glun ft Company, Columbus, Ohio, would not fight the association but Publishers' price f. o. b. Columbus, would be In the market tor its tobac-. $1.50. . - -u . . Ail questions ror learners" j(ain.- c. Mlller who u temporarily locat- days as the result of Plenty of Wsn liouHt. nations on the subject. of Theory and ed at Central City. A number of cold. some oc tne warenouses aia noi rracuce tor mo year itzi will be Central City Masons accompanied a pool room in Hartford, was burned grsm a de'.lclouj luncheon was served, in one band one night last week when ' starting the gasoline lights In his Dr. A. B. Riley, who has hn ) i place of business. As a result he will Chicago, during the oast few month tiis- for two or three weeks. eases of the eye. ear. nose and throat together with his family, returned to Hartford last Tuesday. Dr. Riley will resume the practice of niediolre Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bishop have tak n rooms in the residence ot Mrs. Mag other ' Gr,mi1, city- &lr' Bishop, has been here, with office over the Ohio Couu selected as a deputy under the new ty Drug Co, 'Circuit Clerk, Mr. Frank Black. : I ?.'r. J. Addison Howard, formerly of Rockport and Hartford, ho has V'e?i Ao'-t.-rt P'l": p-r o' t'i" !it charts' Wholesale Grooery to., of Lnuinville. a subsidiary j? the Creasey Corporation, whi. h do.- u nation-wide wholesale business, has been promoted and made manager of a new branch of the corporation In Louisville, which will manufacture and distribute tobacco and tigars on large scale, supplying the entire s'riut; of Wholesale hous.es from that plant. We Join Mr. Howard's many other Ohio County friend In con gratulating him upon his promotion and in wishing and prophesying for Mm the utmost success iu hli uew capacity. J FOR SALE Jan. in. l:c, to lilshul 1.1, Liu. Iu frmil (if P. if nr. Hartford Lodge No. 176 F. A. .. .- Mr. and Mrs. Alviu byron Porter,-flce, one htih-bred Stallion and M. held a very interesting session,, Miss Custine Mills, the Hartford nd son, Allison Brenton, of Hrrlii. Wm aei oa twelve months Monday, night. The Master Mason's Republican's liuotyplst, has boeu III., returned to their home Saturday tlme" wtll approved security. If tu- cviiierrea upon uaria counneu to ner room ror several trier SDeiidlua a month with i.- .,. tj.,..,.,ii very severe tives here and at McHenry and with friends at Calhoun. Mr. aud Mrs. Porter were enter- wont to leas, us thejr property." be based upon these texts, the Course him to Hartford and assisted lu con- WE HAVE KNOCKED THE BOT- tallied on Xmas Kve by Mr. and Mr. aid. "but they are. now coming to of Study, and School Law. bring your security with you. Or will sell privately It rur chaser prefers. Address DR. L. B. BEAN, Hartford, Ky. - us asking us to tak their property. We 'anticipate that if the assooiatloti is able to get a better price than the .-r. ' . Very truly, ' ' ' WARREN PEYTON, SU Ejtatulner . of Teachers. feirlng the work. A- goodly ndiuher TOM OUT of prices tor our sale be- Frank Bluck with a watermelon eat of other visiting Mason were pres- tinning next Saturday. ng with watermelous growu on. BUY YOUR SUGAR NOW' ' Ouly nt and sou Interesting talks BOSKET'S CASH STORE. their farm. Mr. John B. Likeus, ot (Vioat Bosket's. Other groceries itt mad. . ' . - . Centertown, Ky. Alnharri win n'so a guest. jrorortlon.