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THE HARTFORD HERALD
Subscription $l.oO Per Year,' in Advance "I Com, ai ti huj Uu .v if m hmi imkmt i i? ui" All Kinds Job Printing Xeatly Ervrnird 48th Y EA'ft. HARTFORD. KV.,v WEDNESDAY, JULY" !2G, 1922. NO. SO BIG INCREASE IN Kl- TUCKY COAL OUTPUT Gain of More Than .,000,000 Tons Over" Corresponding Six Months of 1921. Lexington, Ky., July 22. Ken-' tucky produced 17,237,133 tons ot coal la the first sis months ot this 1 year, in sixty-nine working days, ac cording to the semlnannul report ot ZZXTlX hJTO CONTEST AKOUSES INTEREST .tor ot mines. ',- i This was a dally output ot 250,248 ' The list ot nominees In the Her- not later than date which appears ' tons, and is a net Increase of 6,020,- aid Auto Contest Is made public In at bottom ot the coupon. j 727 tons over the output tor Ihe first this Issue and with first publication j Subscription Itullota i six months of 1921, the report shows, of names comes announcement of When you turn in a subscription The output'the first half of 1921, was vote otter , which will permit any ot one-year a Vote Ballot repreeent 12 097,163 tonp. contestant to securing a fly in 3 start lug fire thousand votes will be given "Assuming the mines were op- by obtaining two subscriptions. to you. That ballot may be held ' erated full time, or twenty-four . Hundred Thousand Donus Votes back to be voted at any time during days each month, the- state of Ken-' On page- four appears a Subserlp- the contest. In other words you re tucky would produce 72,071,425 tion Ballot worth lifiy thousand cetve vote ballots for your subscrlp tons of coal a year at this rate of votes If sent in aocnmp.irlpd by a tlons and you can reserve those bat production," the chief mine Inspec- subscription to the Herald. Use lots to vote later In the contest, tor stated in commenting upon the two of them. One with you" first This will be true of aHvotes secur- reoort ' Eight Districts second subscription you ' ;i 'cure. two bonus ballots ot fifty thousand Each of the eight districts In the That wl11 lve you a hundre! thous- each, given on the first and second state except the Fourth composed nd votes. Note carefull that the subscriptions you turn In. To ro ot Knox and Whitley counties ballot Is good only if accompanied serve most of the ballots secured on showedTn increase over the produc- by .a-subcrlptlon. and that not more subscriptions is the best plan as no ,ho r.f -lx month, of last than two of these special ballots one will ever know how many votes year. The Increases ranged from 11 in tiA npr rani.r ins uot mwwow The net increase for the entire state over the ton- 7 .v- ... 1091 was nage lor iu ui 41 per cent ' The decrease In the Fourth dls- trict was 49.237 tons or 12 per cent -n- ti.. nnnee for the same period last year. This" decrease is" accounted for by a decrease In the ' number of men employed in tae district from 1,482 in 1921. to 767 . .u - , 1 In 1922, says the report. t ' Tho railroad strike is contribut- ins to an increasing car shortage, which is cutting down the produc- to enter the race. If your name one of the eleven prizes, tion about one day's output, or 250 - does not appear In the list and youj Any person of good character re 248 tons per week, according to want a fine prize or wish to earn j siding in territory reached by The production figures received recent- cash during , your Bpare moments, j Hartford Herald may compete, with ly the report shows. ,Just send your name to the Contest every chance of success, for any By District Manager at the Kerald Office with- prize offered. The production by districts in the out d.elay. and full-Information Willi , How to Enter first six months of 1922 and the be sent to you, telling you how to Use the nomination blank which production in the same period ot begin and how to win. I appears in a double page advertlse- 1921 follows ' ' If your name does appear In the.nient in this paper. That makes District No 1. composed of Hop- '"at the Best plan Is to secure twoiyou.a candidate for the prizes and kins Webster., Union. Christian and, inscriptions from relative. or credit, you with five, thousand votes. ' ii ana neighbor, immediately' and send (If more convenient, Just 'phone In Henderson counties: ,3li, , ... 1 , . . ... thom In mn vnn will receive credit the name, or write, and we will 1111 tons in 1922 against i,&7Z,s in . District No. 2. composed of Muh- lenberg, Ohio. McLean, Daviess and Hancock counties: 2.001.113 tons ... 1 act i ioi District No. 3. composed of Boyd, Carter. Morgan. Lee, Jacksdn. Breathitt Laurel. McCreary and Pulaski counties- 659.190 ton. la 1009 B..i 181 14R In 121 ' ri.,i v 1 nf Knox and Whitley countle.: 355,398 ton. lo 1922 against 404.635 In 1921. District No. 6. composed of Bell VIBll v,w m 1 wWa.v w - and Harlan counties: 3,693,968 tons in 1922 against 3.102,457 n 1J;1 r - ; District No. 6. composed of Perry .. and Letcher . countle..' 4,306,85o tons In 1923 against 2,968,163 In 1921. . ; Dlstrlct No. 7. composed of Floyd Johnson, Lawrence and Martin ly counties: 1,496,726 ton. In 1922 gainst 72 .968 in 1921. district No. 8. composed' of Pike county: 2,541,888 tons In 1923 . against 1.196,609 In 1921. .,. . ' , ' TOBACCO GROWERS ORGANIZE An informal meeting of dark to-'tlvei and best friend, whom you will if turned In today, bacco 'grower, was held at the Court cannot Me In person. In that wy Contestants may take . subscrlp House yesterday afternoon, tor the you will secure several subscription, tion. anywhere in the" United State, purpose or planning for the organl- and a flying .tart. ' , at the price above. Contestants satiou ot tbVCa-Operatlve Market- Hip IOO-Vote Coupons. , may have their friends assist and Ing Association in the county, a'i Gather the 100-vote cojjpon. in-t solicit subacriptions for them, temporary chairman wa. to be elect- dustrlously.- Clip them from every; NO LOSERS 1 . d and a date .elected tor a maw copy ot the-paper you can find and! In thl. contest there Can be no meeting ot the tobeco farmer, which, send them In to be placed' to your losers. There are eleven prize, and wiU be - addressed by . Col. Joseph credit In the next Issue of the .paper. It there are more than eleven ac Pasaonneaa, District Organiser. We Ask friend, to ave them for you. live contestatn. at the finish all regret that' the nearness ot , our The coupan. cannot be held back to others will receive casn commls pres. hour prevented a more detailed be voted later. They must be voted vlon. Every one win. .omeihlng. Account of the meeting Due no- tlce ot further steps will be given In the local press. v Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Fair and Mrs. Elisabeth Taylor, motored over to Owensboro yesterday and spent the Ifternoo with relative.. HUNDRED THOUSAND OFFERED AS NAMES ARE ANNOUNCED Send In Your Name Prizes Open to Any Person of Good Character-rlt's an "Everybody Wins" Contest subscription and aiioiiu-r with the wln be credited to any one contest- arit; This ballot will appear for "bort time Dnly and only those who, act promptly will secure the 100,- .. . - ... nnn t vntpa Thi In offered as 1 " reward t0 tho8e wno be,n work prmpt,y' ' - The subscriptions that accompany these special ballot, will earn votes; according to the vote table and the tm th mi Hand vnlM am elven as a bonus. Nomination Week This week will be known as Noml- nation Week as it Is the best time . 7 " , ' lor tne1 iuv.uuu uonus tuiei Many Nominees v Tl?e list of names is unusually large, but that Is a splendid feature nf the race, as it is obvious thatistart voting lor yourseit ana pre- winning Is always much easier when! vail upon friends to vote for you the vote is divided among a large and to assist you to win. number of candidates. With so There are but tw0 way. to vote. many participant It is unlikely that .Clip the Vote Coupons, fill lu the anyone Will .eCUre very rel number ot vote, and therefore it will be po.sible to win the larger prises with a comparltlvely. small number of .ubscrlptlon.. There may ' -m 1 1 . . a AiL oe a uumuor w , nated whe will , wltnaraw ana 01 fce.v uearmg your name. course a person la not going to1 Vote ballots are given on all sub- take active part In the contest they j srlptlon payments. This Includes i 1 -i iiLj.. n . til la a papa nf ' rAtlAVAll ami nnW nhanrftittnna snoum u. " : " It energy,, In whlcii enort ana i alone wilt be responsible- for suc- 'cess In winning a blg'prlse. Winning Will Be Eany It will not be difficult to win a b," Prlie yu taJrt Promptly, and those who begin work within the next two or three day. wll be among flr' tart. In .tarting. secure a .ubscrlptlon or two in your own 4lly and then call lrpon your close neighbor, and write to rela- - v -4 Standing pt Contestants In the Auto Contest. In this list each contestant ha. been credited with only the 5,000 vote, due from the Nomination Blank. Next week the vote will be counted and published. Limit on the Voting rFor the next Issue any raudidate may publish enough subscription votes to bring the standing up to 10,000, and then ' . ' .... ,. ' I EXTRA VOTES and Win Share of the ed on subscriptions, including the you are holding back to cast at the ft pnri. nf rhA rnnrpnr THE PRIZES A Mummoth Array of Awards Worth .. .. . a aiiuiii ivnunv GRAND PHIZES Latest Model Chevrolet Sedan $100 Cash DISTRICT PRIZES Three Wardrobe Trunks Three Dainty Gold Wrixt Watches Three Chests of Silverware . CASH PRIZES Cash awards In the form ot corn- mission tor ALL who do not win 1 ; , "7 , out a nomination blank for you.) You may nominate yourself or any other person.' Several If you wish. After being nominated, then ' " m. mem ill 10 UB CUUHl ed before, the expiration date print ed on the bottom. Socure coupons any way you wish. Gather them. Ask your friends to send them in. AnaJI, irr.ii nrlttl Aonh - ----- , " ,, " " . J , . ( Collect lou ot back account. are considered as renewals.) Price of Nubwription and Number 1 of Votes Which Are Given 1 year, $1.50 earns 5,000 votes. 2 years, $3.00 earns 15,000 votes. 3 year., $4.50 earn. 25,000 vote. 4 year., $6.00 earn. 35,000 votes, 6 years, $7.60 earns 60,000 votes. 10 years, $15.00 earns 125,000 votes. Subscriptions will never earn a larger number ot vote, than they add as many ot the 100-vote coupons as has been gathered. A'.l sub scription votes secured In excess of the limited number that may be published, wlll.be held In reserve by contestants to vote later In the contest. This limit will be removed later in the race. District Number One Votej Miss Goldla Austin, Beaver Dam, 5.0C0 Miss Mary Elizabeth Ashby, Mc Henry '. 8.000 Mrs. E. C. Royal, Centertown, 6.0C0 Miss Blnnle Porter, Eden 5,000 Miss Gertie White, Balzetown, Miss Mary Jane Fulkeison, Echols 6.000 "-I'uo.u-ans. tm-y today at f.10 Miss Magdalene Ranney, Select, 5.000 Cup.tol in an effort to must-r encash Miss Mildred Stevens. Beaver Dam, Star R 5.000 strength to overturn the wo ;' du- Mrs. James A. Tate, Rockport tles cf tl,e ,u,ifr nii"1(J t known Mrs. Vera Faught, Equality ' . 5,000 t!lat thy still licked enough voles Miss Maye E. ' Palmer, McHenry, R-00,) to ca" U a ''ellion. but they were Miss Edith Taylor, Beaver Dnm, B.000 hopeful. Miss Lou Berfymanr Wysox 5 000 Thlr efforts. i.n.I r t !,.,:! r- Mlss Anna Wood, Rockport. R-l...-.-" ' 5.000 ship of Senator Lenroot of 0.1- Mrs. Milton Barnard. Centertown, R"2 5,000 sin, it was said, had obtained tlm -Mrs. Kate Cundiff, Ceralvo 5.000 support of no lees a personage f.iau Miss Lois Chlnn, Beaver Dam, R-2, 5,000 , Senator Loilge o Massachusetts, Mrs. Audrey Sanderfur. Beaver Dam H-3 5,000 the Republican leadi-r. Hov.vvr. Mrs. Birch' Shields, Cromwell', R-l 6.U00.they had almost exhausted tin poa- Mlss Bessie Alford. Beaver Dam 5.000 , sibllities at hand, most of th-.- other Miss Jessie Hicks. Echols, .... 5.000 j standpatters standing pat oi: tlio Miss Nauiiie Tichenor. Centertown. 6.000 hili rates. Miss Minnie Cooper, Cromwell, 3.000 Tt morrow morning will .liscloso Miss America Johnson. McHenry 5.000 , whether the present revolt equals Mrs. J. T. Renfrow, Renfrow C.OOOjthe proportions of that led by Miss Ollle Brown, Paradise, Miss Marie Brown, lie-iver Dam, R Mrs. S. A. Campbell, Equality, Mrs. Clvde Peas, Beavtr Dam, Miss Bessie Ashby. Centertown, R-2 Mrs. Gilbert Doss, Rockport Miss Blanche Park, Beaver Dam, R - Miss Minnie Shull. Echols Miss Una Hedger, Beaver Dam, R-4. Miss Edith Tatum, Simmon Miss Vera Rhoads, Beaver Dam, R - Miss Lorene Balls, Equality Miss May Howell, Renfrow Miss Annie Shultz, Beaver Dam, R-l, Mrs. Maud Everly, Centertown, R-l, Mls3 Jessie Danks, Rockport Miss I.ucile Daves, Beaver Dam, Miss Myrna Graves, Echols Miss Marie Smith, Select Mis. Emma Miller, Beaver Dnm, R - Miss Belle Dozler, McHenry Mlas Lu'clle Taylor, Beaver Dam, R Mrs. Ersa Brown, Equality Miss Ruth Thomas, Cromwell, R-l.' Mi3s Rose Austin, Beaver Dam, . .. Mrs. Edna Miller, Wysox Mrs Roy Williams. Beaver Dam, R - Mrs! R. E.Eudaley, Ceralvo Mrs. Nellie Goft, Centertown. R-2 Miss M iry Hendrle. Rockport Mrs. Horace Taylor, Beaver Dam. Mrs. Isabelle Porter. Cromwell. ... Miss Locket Ford. McHenry. R-l... Mrs. F. G. Sanders. Centertown. Miss Audra Rhoads. Beaver Dum... Mrs. Alvln Porter. Beaver Dam, R-2, Mrs Bern Ice Calloway. McHenry.. Misi Mae Stewart, Cromwell Mrs. Alma Miller, Beaver Dam, R - Miss Elizabeth Robertson, Rockport, Mrs. Corlnne Brown, Centertown. Miss Edith Taylor, Beaver Dnm, R-4. Miss Mary Jane Whitmer. Equality, .Mrs Florence Mitchell. McHenry,. . Mrs. Porter Barnes, Denver Dam,. . Miss Lillian Cochran, Prentiss Miss Eunice Kincheloe, Centertown, Miss Lois Flener, Cromwell. R-l. Miss Madalene Rowe, Equality. 5.000 Miss Martha Rhoads, Beaver Dnm, R-2 5,000 Miss Ruth Barnes, Prentiss ; 5.000 Mis. Mirgaret Williamson. Centertown. 5.000 Miss Flossie Thlenes, McHenry , 5.000 Miss Susie Crabbe, Cromwell 5.000 Miss Mary Ethel Everly. Ceralvo,. 6.000 Mrs. Georgia Rowe. Centertown! R-2. . G'00t) Mis. Ague. Davenport. Wysox ' 6.000 Miss Olyndean Chlnn. Beaver Dam.-"- ' .5,000 Miss Edna Ingram, McHenry Mrs. Shelby. Bosket, Centertown, 5.000 Miss Marline Taylor, Cromwell, 5.000 Mrs. Zona Daugherty. Renfrow. o00 Miss Sallye Henri Colemun. Paradl . ...5.000 Miss Rhoda Wllllaius. Echols. 5. 000 Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn, Rockport, . AM,rs. S. M. Dexter, Centertown, . Miss Cozie Addlngton, Equality, L Mr.. Floy Clark, Select Miss Kittle Shultz, Wysox MlssRuth Tichenor, Centertown, Miss Ollle Sheppard. Prentiss, . . Mrs. Octive Hosklu., Renfrow, . . Miss Elisabeth Dank., Rockport. Miss Dayton Clark, Echol. Mis. Emma Ward, CantrrtJwn,. . Mrs. H,. B Martin. Centertown, . Carl'i. B. Embry, Balietown, I District Miss Nina Payne, Narrow., R-l. Roger D. Tweddell, Hartford, Miss Louise Smith, Fordsvllle, ., ...... 5.000 .Miss Carrie White, Olaton, .. ....... ,.Kf ..."T..' 5,000 Mlsi Ooldie Hlnton. Hartford, R-6... ....... ...6.000 Mr.. Jennie Bell. Llva, R-2 .6,000 Miss Msrtlne Sproul, Dunde. ., ....5.000 Mis Myrtle Reynold. Reynold Station, 1 ...... .8, 000 (Coclidel oa Eighth Page) '. ' 5.000 ! - l, o.OOn .5,000 5,000 '. B.noojdulo although unsurcessfu:. 5.000 5.1.00 2 5.000 5,000 l, " S.OOii 5.000 5,000 5.000 5,000 ."' 5 000 5.000 I . A.. O.OHIt .'.... 5.000 5.000 5.000 2, 5,000 circumstances, henator Uolhver .ed ...5.000 Ilis ffiuous drive against the Payns- - 4 5,000 ! Aldrich measure, such present-day 5000 i '-"'' '""' Senaturs Ki.uto . . . . .V. . 5.000 ,NoIson of Minnesota and Albert J. ' ............ '. ..... s!ooo 1 CummIl,s of Iowa' 'fIoiuled to his 5.000 cal!- l 5,000 j Progressives like Senator La Fol- 5.00t lelte alld Albert J. Beveridge, the 5,000 hitter now coming back from 5.000 , Indiana, also were numbered among R-l 5,000 the famous ten who couldn't stiuid 5.000 i fur ,ne Payiie-AIdrlch me-isur?. g eu0 , carrying the highest duties In hia-. 5000 , tory "p ,0 tl,at ,ime' I' nnaf 'r"lHU"'1 ,:",,'H '"lil1' Others The la now proposed are Wgh-s V ' . ever before The ba.ic rates : 5,0 33 fe"ls P"nl 'h"t Is called c a i (i : 1 . 3, - : r" ' "" " " "" ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' " """ !!!!!!!!!!!!!.! 5.000 5,000 5.000 6.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 5.000 6.000 5.000 5.0 Number Two , . , 5,000 R-4,... ...... ..,,,.6,000 WOOL DUTIES H TARIFF MAY SPLIT E. 0. P. Action Today Will DiUraiiM Whether Fight Will Causa Repetition of I9C9. Washington, July 23. Imursent 1 Johnathan P. Dolliver i;i 150tf, when the fight upon SclTedule K or t!io i Piiynt'-AIdrich bill the woo! .-t lie- is ( credited with having laid the foumla- j tiom of the Progressive party. Kilit Iail FiRht Besides the insurgent' Senators 'who have been opposing high rales in the present bill ail along, thoso now said to be aligned against it include Mr. Len.oot. Mr. Lodge. Senators Culder and Wadsworth, of New York and Senator Hale, of ; Maine. Eight Republican volos 1 nc ei uuwii iieiiuueiy oy mo 1 were set canvassers touay as Ueing aga.nst the high duties. In lrf09, when, under 'dramatic cieanea seoureu wool. Put Mr. Lea root figures that Uto raw wool l ite makes the duties range from 26 to 137 per cent on wool and the manufactures of wool. He proposes amendments cutting this down to 1 maximum of 60 per cent. How such duties would affect the iiurse of the individual consumer is obvious. ; EX-SERVICE MEN. ATTENTION I ( 1 Al'Gl'ST , lf2a .IS THh"1 LAST j day THE l ". S. VETERAN'S KV. DEAU WILL ICEt KIVE AI'I'l.K A- I tioxs FOP. COMPENSATION AND , VOl'ATIOSAL TRAINING. THE I STATE VETERAN'S Itl'KEAl' II AS ANNOl'Nt El THAT 40 l'FU CENT jGF THE VETERANS IN KKNTl l '.iY KNT!TI.KI TO ( O.MPENS TIOV ; HAVE NOT APPLIED. IT YOU HAVE A DISABILITY CAVSED !Y ARMY SERVICE YOU SHOULD AT J ONCE CALL AND SEE THE I.Ol'Afj r.ED CROSS CIVILIAN REI.IKl'' a.uuu SE'.'I'KTARY, MIS. GOEBEL V. 5.000 Vhowe, MAIN STP.EET. HART MOO fo,0i ,- Ax FILE YOUa son I UM- Hls SERVICES AP.S 5.000 , 6 000 neglect this matter 5'000 'lonckk. for your claim will 6 000 ' nl WRKVEH RARRED, IF NOT 6 00J F'l'-I H BEFORE AUGIST 5,000 THIS IS POSITIVELY THH 5,000 KST ( ALL. 6.060 ' Mt-DOWELL A. FOCLE, ! Civilian nellef Vliairruin Ohio t'oitnty Clinpttr, A. R. C, Mr. C. B. Howard, with Bond Bros.. Gates. Tenn.. who, attended tne marriage of his son, Otis, to' MB, Martha Clarice Bel'.ew, at Ful- tou. ,nra9 to Hartford and spent j from Monday afternoon until Wed- aeiday. with hi. wife and daughter, miss Geu.va.