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THE HARTFORD HERALD.
Subscription $1,60 Per Year, in Advance " Umt, tu iini. tt i M mm iw ii f ib htim inw.it n ft fa." 4M Kinds Job Printing Neatly Exccutfd 48th YEAR. HARTFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1922. NO. 4 SHADED SCHOOLS TO BE GIVEN NEEOEOIIIO n : John B.I Wilson, W, 8. Tlnsley, L. Probable Favorable Action By 8. TgIenMrt, A - E Pate, s. o. Legislature Permlltin $1.50 "i.lSS! Tax For Districts 'completed the organization of the ' new city administration fcy the elec- - , . . ' T. ' d... tlon of Mr. D. 8. Bennett as Mar Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 23. Senate . aha I and Mlaa Marr.ro Murk, aa Bill No. 3 by Senator Atwood, and House BUI No. 8 by Mr.' Truesdale .provide the repeal of Chapters 25, 28, 46 of the Acts of the 1920 Leg - islature And Sections 464 to 4600 of Kentucky Statute of 1218 all of which relate to graded schools. 'i1 . The bill provides: .1 That election officers of grad d school districts "take an oath to be under the same responsibilities -uu -uUJ , the officer holding gtate and -county elections." - 2. That upon presentation of ev- IJn n Urr to CI, At A fln'nAPln t AllH AH t C , u, -Y rf Public Instruction that any mem-, her I. not capable of discharging kl. J.. i . II aa ImmAral inn. uia " a"" " duct etc. The remaining members . , AI . pon at least 10 days' notice and anau nave power to remove uj such member. 3. The board of trustees of any .graded school district Is given the power to condemn "any land deem ed necessary by said boafd tor a alte for a graded common school not .to exceed ten . (10) acres. 4. No motion or resolution shall b declared adopted without the con currence of a majority of the board. ' 5. No graded school district .shall hereafter operate that has a wltn the quintette from the Whites school census of less than 100 cen- TiUe Hlgn school-'on the lcoal floor sua pupil children. t Saturday night. The game was 6. When the trustees of a grad- c)ean anav-the spirit manifested by d" school fail-to conduct and man- tn(J piayera waa 0f the best, but the age the' schools according to this visitorg wer9 badjy outclassed from Act, the State Board of Education tne Htart and the attendance was -hall, after due notice, abolish mch rather poor. It is to be hoped that school and convert It Into a sub- iocal fana wm not again dls dlstrlct, . couraa-e the hleh" school athletes by 7. That upon petition of two.treh-Tiiet-up" in their "support "of thirds of the legal voters the State tne winning brand of ball which " Board of Education shall declare nai Deen offered them this year as Ihe graded school abolished and to weu as iaBt, be a part of the county. I The final score of the week-end 8. All graded schools other than -aeance was 49 to 11 In favor of the in cities of the first, second, third home goal artists. The game was and fourth class, operating under Cttned by Profs. O. M. Edwards, of special chartersshall operate under whltesvllle, and O. L. Shulti, of this one. Hartford. The line-ups follow: 9. Trustees shall dismiss teach- Hartford Crowe and Shultt, for ers and principals for Immorality, wards; Bartlett, center; Bennett misconduct, incompetency, insubor-,an(j Likens, guards; Baird, substl- ' dinatlon or neglect of duty,' provid- tute. d such person be given at least ten Whits-vlUe Jones and Jones, (10) days' notice. v , - forwarder Greer, center; Martfr. and -l0. That graded school trustees Watklns, guards; Taylor, substitute, are Authorized to levy a tax "not J i less than 25 cents nor toexceed BEAVER DAM VVIXS 31.60, 'upon each 3100 of taxable property and. a poll tax of exceed- The Beaver Dam and Whltesvllle "'IRS 2-00 oa eacn wn,te maI over High School basket ball teams play 21 year of age. ed an Interesting and exctting game 11. School children of graded at the former place Friday night, schools shall be subject to the same The first half was close, but the .requirement as children of school Ohio .County boys forged ahead in age In the county. 12. Each board of trustees shall annually have their accounts audit- . d and published for the previous 'ye'- ." These bills were drawn to con- . iorm to the recommendations of the tus Taylor, of the Taffy neighbor State Survey. . hood, were, married at the Court . House, Hartford, Tuesday, the 17th. .REPRESENTATIVE COM Judge R. R. Wedding officiating. MENTS ON LAST ELECTION Mr. Taylor Is the son of Mr. and ' At a joint meeting of the House and Senate Committees on Educa- tion held here on the twelfth dis- position was shown by some to has- tlly undo all the progress in Legls- latton of recent years. . Representative Ira Jones of White Run, said that anyone Democrat or Republican, could have won the race tn his ' county who declared himself against the present educa- tlonal system. Ky. School News, Fraukfort. . GRIFFIN O'LACGHLIX , News has been received by local relatives and friends Of Miss Beatrice Griffin, formerly of this place, but for spine time a movie actress at Tjos Angeles, Cal., or her marriage n New Year's eve to Mr.' Jack O'- aughlin, of the Southern California )ttropolls. The wedding took place , NorwalV, about twenty miles lOrfom Los Angeles. We ' Join Beatrice's other ' old neighbors In wishing for her and , her husband the utuisot happiness 'and success in their wedded life. HARTFORD CITY COUNCIL I PERFECTS ORGANIZATION , At a- recent meeting the Hartford City Council, consisting of Messrs. - - Treasurer. The council had here- tofore 'ejected Mr. L. H. Bishop Clerk. . The new Marshal was employed and contracted with to serve as city peace officer and tax collector and Irr addition to furnish a team and necessary tools for street work and to drive said team 8 hours per day, when practicable and so directed. For his services he is to receive $90 m including team. Ac..! . , . . ... which are to be paid for by the city, in addition. The Mayor was delegated to have general supervl-l over street repairs done by the' Th,8 tQ refmU wbrk , Hnno a.u. wva.s " - The Council will I continue to meet and have headquarters in the roomj over of These rooms will also continue to be the office and headquarters of the City Judge, J.. D. Holbrook. HARTFORD HIGH FIVE AGAIN" VICTORIOUS F.aslly Trim Whitesville Racketeers To Tune 'Of 40 to 11 The Hartford High School boys' get ball team tried conclusions the Tinal heat, winning handily by the score of 3t023. WESTERFIELD TAYLOR , Miss Addie Westerfleld and Pro- Mrs. OUie Taylor, and Is an Indus- trioui and prosperous young farm- er. His bride Is the 'daughter of Mr. Ru(i Mrs. J. C. Westerfleld, and; a m0st attractive and popular young iady. . I . Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will reside at Taffy, where Mr. Taylor recently purchased a home. We Join their manybther tfiends iu. wishing for them a happy and prosperous future, as they Journey along life's 'pathway together. m I ufci.is P. LANHAM . Delus P. Lanhani, i years of age, son of J. I. Lanbam, 1519 Twentieth St., Owensboro, died of pneumonia on January 20, at the home of bis grandfather, I. N. Lao-; .ham. of Fordnvllle. ' He Is survived by bis father and two sisters, Har riett and Mrs. Lucy Griffith. . The funeral was conducted trout Pleasant Hill Baptist church at 11:30 o'clock Saturday morning, by Rev. J. V. Pbillipps. Interment . was la the 'church cemetery. The bereaved family have the mokl sincere sympathy of A large circle of friends. I AM Make of me what you will a mirror throws back a candle If I am pleasing to the eye gates; if I am such a sight as, member me all his days as a thing of yours. , Ambition and opportunity call some ters to high tasks and mighty privileges, to my greater honor and to my good repute In far places, biit it is not chiefly these who are my strength. My strength is i In those who remain, who are content with what I can offer' J them, and with what they can offer me.' It was the greatest) of all Romans who said: "Better be first In a little Iberlajn village than be sec ond in Rome." I am more than wood and flesh and blood I am the composite soul HnmA. N I am your town. ' - $10,000,000 LOAN TO THEBURLEY POOL Is Given Approval By War Fi- nance Corporation at Wash ington Conference Jan. 19. Application Louisville, of the Burley Tobacco Growers' Co- operative association for a loan of 310,000,000 to finance the holding of crops was approved this after- noon by the War Finance corpora- tlon, according to a special dispatch tonight from the Courier-Journal's Washlngton bureau. The board's Dly weaker about midday today, and .ROMiNext Mt-HEX-action terminated a conference to- the hopes that had arisen after his ' RY CITIZEN day between the board members and perlod of Blumber in the morning I five Kentucklans representing the association and Kentucky bankers, The committee, which was introduc- ed to the officials by -Representative James Campbell Cantrell, of the Seventh Kentucky district, was headed by Bush W. Allln, of Har- rodsburg, vice president of the as- sociation. ' -Following the announcement of the approval of the application Eu- gene Meyer, -Jr., managing director leaving the room declared the sltua of the War Finance corporation, an- tlon the gravest, the pontiffs condi nounced that he would write James tlon, he said, being hpeie3s. C Stoue, of Lexington, president of in his slight delirium during the the asociation. formally approving mo iiaunawiiuu. Mr. Meyer made it known that ,no Wb rtnannA nnnnru t i nn I a .uuii.v aire 10 rise hou periurm uis usuui ready to make advances to the asso- duties. elation, In an aggregate amount not luwiuii-ew of Scii-nte KvliausU-,1 exceeding 310,000,000 on the se- The only hope remaining said curlty of negotiable public ware- Monsignor Pizzardo, Undor Store house receipts representing tobacco tary of State, in the presence of a In such amount that the advance company of prelates and diplomst does not exceed 60 per cent, of the i8ts, lay in the prayers "that we and market value of the tobacco. an the faithful throughout the .. world offer for the recovery of the LADY MACCABEES - INSTALL OFFICERS At the last session of the Lady Maccabees, of Hartford the following off.cers were installed for the ensu- leg year: ' Miss Sue Yelser. Com : Mrs. Geor- gla Casebier. Lt. Com.; Mrs. Inei Crabtree, Past Com.; Mrs. Mary Holbrook, R. K.; Mrs. Flaudla Ful- kerson Collector; Mrs. Essie David- son. Chaplain; Mrs OUie Barnett, Lady of A.; Mrs. Mollis Hudsou, Bulletins from the sick-room of at the home yesterday morning at Sgt.; Mrs. Frankie Tate, Sent.; Mrs. the Pontiff were eagerly scatined by 10:00 o'clock by Rev. Jesse Lan Laura Ford, Picket; and Mrs. Laura 'tUiouga waiting tmtslde 'the Vati- drum. Interment was in the Miltoii Carson, Musician. , jcau, but none gave ground for hope Taylor graveyard that afternoon. Mrs. Ollie-Sarnett and Mrs, A.K. Anderson entertained in honor of the retiring and new officers. The occasion proved most Interesting and enjoyable. M . l COAL COMPANY Sl'F- FEKS LOSS BY FIRE 1 The engine and boiler rooms of the Rockport Coal Company, at Rockport, . were destroyed by fire Sunday the 15th Inst, about 3 o' clock. The boiler was considerably damaged and almost covered byi machinery was ruined.. The lOSS was only partly covered by Insur ance. . , , ATTENTION t WOODROW WILSON FOVNDATION WORKERS We wsnt to urge the utmost haste upon your part In the soliciting and collection of your quota In the drive for funds for this Foundation and 'sk you to send all collections to the County Treasurer, McDowell A Fogle, Hartford, and NOT to State headquarters. We thank you tor your cooperation In this -great work. l. Sincerely, R, E. LEE SIMMERMAN, . MRS." J, 8. GLENN. ' ! County Chairman. Vice Chairman. ' - "OCR TOWN I staal reflect you as clearly as beam, J of the' stranger within my having; seen me, he will re beauty, the credit is of my sons and daugh- brick and 1 fctone, more even than of all who call me J The American Legion Weekly. POPE jjENEDICf III LOSES G.TO FIGHT WITH DEATH Victim of Pneumonia; His Last Thought Was of World i . Peace Rome, ! Jan. 21. Pope Benedict died iatetoday. xi i:is o'clock this Cardinal iGasparri, Papal afternoon secretary 0f State, said: -The catastrophe is imminent." indicating the Pope's end was near, p0ne Benedict became arnrecla- disappeared. "Ilia geueral condition had become worse, and he seemed to be slowly expiring, Trince t Chigi-Albanl entered the rope's apartment at 12:30 o'clock. it is his duty to take possession of the apartment in case of death of the ponltif and to act as marshal of the cooeyK. ' " Professor Battistlnt examined the Pope again at 12:30 p. in. and ou no0n hour the pontiff resisted the enorcs oi ine Dnvsicians 10 listen to his heart action and expressed a de- i . 1 i . i. t i Holy Father.' "As to human science," he added, "it has exhausted its resources." About 11 o'clock, Pope Benedict, on seeing Monsignor Nasalll Rocca, the new Archbishop of Bologna, where the Pope formerly was arch- bishop, entered into conversation with him and also with Bishop Menzani, the Bishop of Plalsance, speaking Just as if giving a regular audience. Thi-onga Await Mullet ins that the prelate would rally from me sinning speus wnicn mam me progress or pneumonia. Members of tne Sacred College remained in the antechamber of the sickroom during the night, while physicians and members of the Pope's family were in attendance. Mr. Walter P. Bennett, who has been engaged In the mercantile bual- ness at Wysox, this county, and was also local postmaster, for several iyears, ha sold his store to Mr. Joe Shulti and moved, with his family. !t3 Owensboro, where he coutcm- niaium o-r,in inr k.iuiimw ir - , . , uenneu is an exemplary cuizen una his leaving Is a great loss to the Icounty. WILLIAM It. IGLEHEART Uncle William D. Igleheart, aged PO years, 9 months and 28 days, tiled at the home of bis eon. Mr. J. H. Igleheart, of the West Point vicini ty, at 9 a. m., Saturday, December 31, of Infirmities due to old age, af ter an illness of ten long weeks of suffering, which he bore with pati ence and meek nest,' after speaking of his hopes and prospects of the Great Beyond. He had lived for sixty years on the farm and in the community where he died, having reared his family there. He was the eldoat child of Rev. Jacob Igleheart and hat three brothers surviving him. They are J. T. Igleheart, of Central Grove; J. C. Igleheart, of Equality, and M. E. Igleheart, of Pond Run. He is also survived by three sisters: Mrs. Elijah Brown, of Centertown; Mrs. J. W. Rowe, of Owensboro, and Mrs. J. E. Coleman, of Kansas. His has been quite a noted family for their age. Mr. Igeheart was married tn 1868 to Miss Davldella Long. To this union were born three children: Mrs. D. P. Oglesby, of White Plains; J. H. Igleheart, at whose home he died, and a son, David, who died years ago a did Uncle William's wife. He Is also survived by seven children and a host of other rela tives and friends to mourn his de parture. After funeral services conducted by Rev. L. W. Tichenor at the resi dence on New Year's day, he was laid to rest In the Centertown Ceme tery beside his wife. DIES Sa:r.ul A. ' Reynolds, a-jed 62 years, died at his home In Mi Keiiry, the 14th.. Inst., at 4:30 p. i.i.. of pneumonia. aft-r an iilnesa o six days. He is survived by Ills widow and seven children: three daugh ters, Mrs. J. A. Bblne, Harrijliurg, III; Mrs. Foster Smith and Mrs. Calvin CraddockTot' McHenry; and four sons: Messrs. OUie J. Reynold. Went Frankfort. HI.; Watelr S. and William Reynolds, Mr Henry aud John H. Reynolds, well known in mining circles in Western Kt-utu!:y two sisters: Mrs. Thomas Alexander HerHn j ' Eiiza,,eth Lar- niAiith vllltt f-iu wrt .4 Mil 11 II f M AI,)ert Larnloufhi clty ed iter of tlie Madisonville Hustler. Funeral servii-es were conducted at the family residence by Rev. Hurst Monday afternoon. Inter- luent was In the McHettry cemetery. - - - MIIS. A. O. Ml'RPHY 1!KS NEAR JI.VC.O Mrs. A. G. Murphy d'.ed at hr home near Jingo at 2:20 o'clock Sunday afternoon after a Ungerl-s Illness of a complication of disease, aed El years, 8 months and 17 days. She Is survived by rer hi'.s- band, one son, Har'.ar., -row at home; and two daughters. Vr. Lonnlo Babbitt, of Echols, and Miss Sylvia, also at home. Mr. Murphy had teen for a number of consistent member cf the Church. yea rs a BaptL-t Funeral services ware conducted The sympathy of tho entire com- munuy goes oui iu tWe bereaved family. MILS. S.U.I, IK ANN CELL Mra R-llle Ann Rell. need 88 veura 6 mouths and 17 days, died at the home of her ton, Mr. Ernie Boll, n'-ar Matanxas, with whom she ro:,ldc.l, Tuesday the 18th Inst, of cancer and ailments Incident to advanced aae. Mrs. Bell was the widow of the late Johu D. Bell who preceded her In death eeveral years. She hud been a consistent member of tho Wa'ton a Crul rtantfst rhnrph inT mnnv vpara . , l.....J r unerui ierie were t-uauucieu from the home by the Rev. John Bennett and the remains luld to the Auburn High School. rest lu i be. West Point cemetery.. - - Wednesday afternoon, ! , 'BARKED ROCKS I The deceased lady Is survived by three sons, Messrs. Worth and Ernie' My yards are full of the best I B41 who reside near Matanzas and ever had in size, color and laying Mr. Johu Bell, of Hartford. - propensities. m Some extra fine cockerels and pul- I Mr. Clarence Bartlett, of fhe law lets ut a real bargain If take-a at firm of Kirk and Bartlett, hits pur- once. Selected eegs )1.BQ and chased new bungalow on Union 12.50 per 15. Prices on large quan street of Mr. C. B. Curdun. Mr. titles for Incubators on application. Bartlett and family moved luto " . J NO. B. WILSON, their new home Tuesday. 4-tt Hartford, Ky, FARM BUREAU ELECTS OFFICERS FOB 1922 Interesting Annual Meeting Mon day Afternoon; Directors Also In Session Ths annual meeting of the Ohio County Farm Bureau was held at the Court House, in Hartford. Mon day afternoon. A fatr-slzed crowd of farmers attended, The. session was presided over by Mr. S. O. Keown, President of the Bureau. Mr. Geoffrey Morgan, State Secre tary of the Farm Bureau, who wax ap hoH n lol tn ,na:tlr wis unaMu tn ... ' j aims of the organization were ex- plained by Ex-County Attorney A. D, Kirk In a most interesting and Instructive manner. The following officers were elected for the current year: President, S. O. Keown, Hartford; Vice President, A. B. Tichenor. Point Pleasant, Sec retary, W. (.'. Blankensli'.p. Hart ford; Treasurer, W. H, P.hoad-t, Beaver Dam.. Route 2; Executive Committee, I,. B Tichenor, Hart ford; E. O. Austin, Beaver Dam; J. F. Miller, Cromwell; M. F, Herrel, Rockport; E. A. Carter, Ceutertowu; H. W. H;iyne. Hartford. Rout and J. A. Bel!:imy, Whiteyv'ilje, Route C. After the election a tucctir.s of the Executive Committee was held at the County A?nfs otf.es, where it wan dertdml to ik th it :t "p"V.iker he e:it to thh county f x:-';t:-'. I!;-? workings of tl-e Curley cc-opi .r.t'ivu plan. Eacouraging r-ror. ' i ", ;!ia r.ii'-ii'.hi-r.ihip drive w V.l :kv spEri.il. tku'i The special criminal term of the Ohio. Circuit Court. rMied for Mm purpose of relieving the runge.itiou made probable by the gn-at number of indictments returned at the Vnt regular term, convene! heie Mou- day moruing with Jude Georg S. Wilson, of Owensboro, pre'lding, and Coiumouweu'.th'j At;cr:.c Glover Cary. of Calhoun, lookii:i after the interests of the Stare. being the first official app-'aan of these newly ejected oftiors i i tlii:i County. The following householders wero impaneled anil swurn :. Jurors: Van Crabfre Frank Duke, J. W. Roe.). er, H. B. Martin. J. P. Hte.ip. S. i Hunter, Lute Wilson, F. M. R'-y-nolds, E. L. Kiiiley, li.ir 'iiii H . ,, H. B. Beau, N. M. Tayv.r. 'V. l. Additigton, F. L. Ward. II. K. S'-u-littt, L. S. Igleheart. f. V. I.u3 A. L. Miller, T. H. Li,y-i. 12...:. iY Moore, P. M. Grown, rn.l T'l. ;n, E. J. Hudson and C. i. II ;;'. Ai'ter the iiuin,-i.i,..:: c f.nes, upua tituj vi i.alj .jiV llio tiausaction of ruutine ljU3inu.-, Court adjourned Monday uf:tiuooii until the next regular March term TUU llutioll Wltg orael.ed ly Ji.Uo Wilson to save the Commonwealth uuueceauury eeuae, ad lt develop ed that only a few of tiae pros 'utions get foP the gpeoia( term were ready for trial, the majority beiiig uecja saiily continued because the de fendants had not been u;i;'.roUeu.iea. PKOF. BRl'NKR HONOPED Ilri. II. V.. LP'coirh, assistant principal of the Adairville High School, and J. Frank Bruner, prin- cU of the Auburn Hlh School, have been appointed member the County Board of Examiners. ANVfK M. WLTY, Si'pt. Rus'e!lv!l'e Mes-enger. of The many Ohio County frlendi of Prof. Bruner, who la a native of the county and was formerly Prlnc.pal oi tne Hartrora Mign scnooi. wi.i no nleased to hear of the merited re'.oa- Mt,ln n...A A V I . I., ,1,- nn..lU umvu vmnj of Logan, where he is Priucipul of I