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E HARTFRD HERALD Subscription $1.50 Per Year, in Advance " fa', fa i W mJ. w f iti hh Lisir tl i, h jh fnfig j0b Printing Xeatlf Execute 18th Y EAK. HARTFORD. KV., WEDNEvSDA Y AUGUST 2, 1922. NO. 31 X v, COL. JOSEPHTASSONeo, MILLIONS OF BONOS VOTES OFFERED WILL SPEAK TOMORROW FREE DURING THE NEXT TEN DAYS Mass Meeting of Tobacco Grow ers and Permanent Organ- 1 Ornrrri - I fcw WUAU U1.V4 1 lis 111 It 19 L lUW Note Value of Long Torment I THE PRIZES A 1-year subscription earn K - A Mammoth Ami nf Awikrtla IVnrth Hmatl Fortune ization Set for Thursday Presented and Work Should Begin In Earnest. After August 2th, Vote Values Will Begin Tumbling . Downward. Messrs, Oeorg H. Rudy, W. C. , Haycraft, and C. A. Rogers, of Ow ensboro, members of the organlia tlon committee, Dark Tobacco Grow- -ers Co-operative Association, were In ' Hartford last Tuesday -for the pur- - pose of starting an organization in 1 Oho County. We gave a general summary of the results of their rislt UUARANTEED best offer of entire contest in our last issue, but the nearness of press hour prevented complete de- 000 rotes. A 2-year earns 15,000.1 See the vote table for comparitlve vote values on longer term subscrlp-, tlons. Work for 2-year subscrlp-, tions and those of longer terms. j ESI!) OF PHIL STRIKE SOW SEEMS JSSCSE3 GRAND 1'KIZKS Latest Model Chevrolet Hedan $10O Cash . 1HSTKICT PRIZE I Three Wardrobe Trunks a' 1-year, Three Dainty Gold Wrist Watches Throe Chests of Silverware CASH PHIZES Cash awards In the form of com- ntcago, July 30. Pec termn k I.... AFT I. .1 a 1. n 1 POOltv lln OJi I.e.... ... 1 subscription and you will receive' na. , .. countrv-wirte r:iii..,v .i - -- - ' - Any person of good character re- mal ratmcation has been assured Extension If you bare turned in subscription you received 6,000 votes for It. If you now secure an other year on that same subscrip tion It will convert It Into a 2-y,ear subscription and you will receive 10,000 votes on the second pay- Seniority Bar Thrown Aside; Reads Agree InJir Protest irnon' bfrl"gl?f tPta' "' h The " President Hardin-, effort !" "1?" .the 2?n- Th Hartford Herald .nav comnete. with " w tonight by n,a., ia Work In the Hartford UmM a 'ami ha lira Tatn u tails. We are glad ndw to be abie to Contest should begin In earnest cure another hubscription today and to report that an efficient temporary wth this s,ue of the paper as the' end It In promptly. v.Bu..i.Uu ... .u, oc.. oiggest and best Inducement of the Those who have not been credited "ew contestants to. enter the race i.viH.uinin s'"" worn u entire contest Is made public today, meeting at the courthouse in the af- it Is as follows: ternoon at which Mr. S. O. Keown sunie will apply to all extensions. which lengthen subscriptions. " New Candidate The rare Is Just starting and no on.' has secured enough vot?i to gain any consequental lead yet, and there Is a world of opportunity for temporary Chairman Half Million Offer Eadh $15 worth of subscriptions with a subscription should secure lt you want a fine prize send In two subscriptions without delay so your name toduy and get in the. as to receive credit for two of the' ril,'e to win. There are several sec fifty thousand vote ballots. Fre-!'0118 which still have no reprcsen- was elected ana Fror. w. F. Knoaas, temporary will be known as a Club. And'each quently In a contest of this kind the' a've in the contest, and there are Secretary. Messrs. Lon Smith, L. B. Club will earn a Half Million extra first two suherlnHn. -,i.,.!'othi-r nertinn. whor. her I. n tv tuuea i -u of a district prize, as the first two work being done, notwithstanding the fact that contestants have been nominated from that section, but are not working. ; Knter your own name. understand that all money paid on '"i !-Vote Couikhi a subscriptions earns votes according Gather the 100-vote coupons ln- Tlchenor and T. H. Black were ap- votes. finlntAft oa HAmmlttA. An nrrnnirA- V 1. i t . . . . . ' r v. 0- BuuBcripnon earns votes as suoscriptlons net a total of 110 000 ments. It was the then agreed that shown by the voto table, and when voles. a mass meeting of Ohio County you have turned In a total of $15. Back Collection growers De nem in ine court nouse, another ballot worth a Half Million Contestants and subscribers should' at Hartfffrd, Thursday, Aug. 3rd., votes will be eiven to vnn iirwir.-,i.i n .! at 1.30 p. m. At this meeting a Turn subscriptions in one at permanent organization Is to be tinie or as you procure them. We to the vote table and counts toward ' du.striously. Clip them from every eneciea. wai. jo. Keep accurate record to determine making up the Clubs of $15. i copy of the paper you can find and This applies to collection of back;80'"' them In to be placed to your accounts on subscriptions as weil.crUlt in the next Issue of the paper. as any othor payments. To Subscribers Anything you pay on your sub' scrlptlon, whether you pay It at the Aak friends to save them for you. The coupons cannot be held back to be voted later. .They must be voted not later than date which appears Organization Director, will be pres- when you have turned In enough to ent and address the gathering. make up a Club. The Co-Operatlve plan is the on- Secure as many Clubs as you can. ly salvation of our tobacco farmer. The Half Million will be given on The Issue is organization or extlnc- each and every Club you can finish tlon as far as remunerative raising by August 12th, , of the weed Is concerned. We be- -The ballots of a Half Million may office or . to a contestant, will earn at bottom of the coupon lieve in the intelligence of Ohio be reserved to be cast later In the votes in the contest. The votes Subs, ri iioi. lU.llots County farmers. All concerned should contest, Just like all ballots issued, cost you nothing, us they are given I When you turn in a subscription be at the organization meeting to- on subscriptions. free on each subscription payment.! of one-year a Vote Ballot represent- morrow afternoon.- All subscriptions, turned In since if you pay at the office be sure'ing live thousand votes will be given the contest was- asnounced will and name the contestant you wish1 to you. That ballot may be Jielil ALBERT IIOSKETT'S , count toward making up the Clubs, to assist In winning the Chevrolet j bail; to be- voted at any time dur- BODV DISCOVERED The club offer ends Saturday, Sedan or one of the other prizes. j UA the contest. In other words you . , August 12th. at 8 o'clock in the Look at the label on your paper. 'receive vote ballots for your sub- The remains of Albert Bosket, evening. It will never be repeated Tt tells when your subscription ex-: script Ions and you can reserve those were discovered by Messrs. Thcnias uor extended. ' pirt-j. Pay up your back account' l.anots to vote later in the conlbst. Bishop and A. B. Hardin, last Wed- CJuu'rantee 'and a' year or so In advance and This will be true of all votes socur- nesday afternoon, in the Warden 11 Is positively guaranteed that give the votes to your favorite. Ask ed on subscriptions, Including the woods about one mile below Center- tnls offer ls tne be8t offe" t any to ee a list of contestants at the two bonus ballots of fifty thousand town and about a half mile south klnd to be mude during the entire office if you haven't selected the each, given on the first ar.d socond of the L. & N. R. R. The last time contest, aud that never again after contestant you wish to vote for. I nubscrlptlons you turn in. To re Boskett had been seen -alive, was August 12th. will subscriptions earn Voting Limit ' serve most of the ballots secured on in the morning of July 4th. at the 80 many votes. . Contestants should read the subscriptions Is the best plan as no lions anywiiere In the. United States railroad crossing and It was be- Grout Opportunity , i '"Limit" which appears at head, of one will ever know how many votes at the price above. Contestants lleved, after dllllgent Inquiry had Contestants and their friends the of Contestants In this paper, you are holding back to cast at the may have their friends assist and been made amongst his relatives and should understand explicitly that the n explulns how only a limited num- frlends that he was dead, and prob- above ttr presents the real op- ber of subscription ballots may be ably In that locality, Messrs. Blsh- portunity of the contest. Uetwe-n published eatii week. If you have op and Hardin nbtlcedan odor from now and AugiiBt 12th. is the oppor- sent in a ballot and all of it has the vicinity of the railroad 'crossing tune time to do your best work, not beeii published the balance will and by tracing It were led to the Your subscriptions will earn mora be published in weeks thut follow, remains which were In a horrible votes before August 12th. than they Subscription ballots will be held back generally by the contestants, and only the limited number pub lished each week. Do Something If you have been nominated in the contest you should by ail means make a little stir and Inject a lltt!"? Hartford Herald may compete, with every chance of success, for any, prize offered. How to Enter Use the nomination blank which1 i appears In a double page advertise-! ment In this paper. That makes! you a candidate for the prizes and' credits you with five thousand votes, (If more convenient, Just 'phone InJ the name, or write, and we will fill out 4i nomination blank for you.) You may nominate yourself or 'any other person. Several if you wish. After being nominated, then start voting for yourself and pre vail upon friends to vote for you and to assist you to win. There are but two ways to vote. Clip the Vote Coupons, fill in the name and send them in to be count ed before the expiration date print ed on the bottom. Secure coupons any way you wish. Gitther them. Ask your friends to send them in. We credit you with each coupon re ceived bearing your name. Vote ballots are given on all sub sr!ption payments. This includes renewal's and new subscription. (Collection of buck accounts r.re considered as renewals.) Pilie of Subscription und Xumlicr of Voles Which Are Given 1 ywfr, $1.50 earns 5,000 votes. 2 years, S;!-00 earns 15,000 votes. 'i years, $4.50 earns 25,000 viites. 4 years. ?8.00 earns P.5,000 votes. 5 years, $7.50 earns 50,000 votes. 10 years, $15.00 earns 125,000 votes. Subscriptions will never earn a i larger number of votes than thej will if turned In today. Contestants may take subscrlp cl03e touch with the situation All that now remains before the strike which has cost the workera upwards of $40,000,000 in wigei passes Into history, it was assortPd, was the formal Indorsement or the terms of settlement by the raiiway exectlves meeting in New Yori .aul the strike leaders who will convene in Chlcagj at the same hour Tum day. "The rail executives will f.:: U'y decide to ylt-M for the good of tiio good of the country, sweeping a.iide 'he seniority Issue,' he continued "but their gesture will give litt'e consolation to the '.wn who walked out July 1, for. besides their loss In pay, they will lose sor:e of i'-.-'r seniority right. to t!i" men wh re mained a', work, see their ori.nl grievances returned to t!? "ai'r ad Labor Uoard for rv.'. an :l:e question of a national adjiu: f.ietit bojrd und e. rtain other poUits i Vr e.i up by Congress. "Th" ex-ict t-'rni3 probably will not be known until iii'ler Tu'-s i vy'.-i meet ins . M.KD LADY !'!: IS TK.N.Yo il .iiiiil, a ijriuv ! :it !:r a.,;r. v it ' :.,r unkill, of Hoi.von, o'clock Sur; lay vud of the contest solicit Mibsc riplions for them. condition. The flesh was almost will if turned in any time after that entirely decomposed, leaving noth- date. ing by which Identification could Lay your plans today so you will be made, other than a gold watch be able to turn In every subscription and the clothing he wore at the you have in view, in time to get the time of disappearance. Ten dollars big votes. Pay particular attention in currency and some war savings to subscriptions you expect to re- stamps were also found in his pock- celve from distant points, write to energy into your campaign. Don't ets. - i ' those friends-and explain why you he a dead one in a lh-e race. If Coronor T. H. Plckerll was called, need the support before August you don't feel capable of winning an Inquest held, and verdict of 12th. Look for long term subscrlp- the first prize, go In earnestly to "Death from unkuown cause" was tlons among your strongest supports win one of the district prizes that rendered. , ' and nmong friends and relatives. MUST go to your dstrlct. All of the Mr. Bokett was 69 years old and Every good friend sh&uld be willing jirlzes are valuable and most doslr- left no children. His wife died to give you five or ten years to as- able and some 12 or 15 months ago, since sist you In whining your favoirte during your spare moments, which time he had been in depressed prize. Most contestants derive much spirits, at times expressing himself IMun of Contest pleasure from carrying on a cam as not caring particularly to live. The greatest number of votes will palgn. The work Is pleasant, in Ile n id apparently made himself a be given during the first period teresting and most profitable. Old resting place with some vines etc., which ends August 12th, After that er relutlves and friends of contest removed his trousers and replaced'date each week will show a decrease ant often urge them to take part his overalls before his x last sleep. In the number of votes given, and for the valuable business training Tjut as to the cause of his death ab- during the last week aid upon tne aa experience they will gain while solutely nothing was left from whith final day all subscriptions will earn carrylug on a campaign In their own to Judge. ' the fewest votes. of any time of the behalf. There Is no question but Mr. Boskett was a good cltlsen entire contest. This Information is what experience of this kind teaches and possessed ample means to care given with our guarantee that this a person the p.-inKulrs of salesman for himself under ordinary condi- plan will be followed. Therefore B,;P( how to nrpro.'.ch people on a Standing of Contcctrsis in ths Auto Contest. Limit on the Vol ing For the next issue any candidate may publish enough subscription votes to bring the standing up to 25,000, and, then add us many ot the 10o-vo:e coupons as have been gathered. All sub iicription votes secured In excess of the limited number that may hi published, will be held in reserve by contestants to vote later in V.f contest. ThU limit will be reiiue.l later In the race. District Xaiiiber One Miss Cloldia Au.it in, Denver Dam 16,500 Miss Mary Elizabeth Ashby, Mc Henry 12,3tii .Mrs. E. C, Royal, Cei.tertown . 1 1 0 ' Jliss Binuie Porter, Eden, . .' in, .".On .Miss Gertie White,' Uuizetown S.. ' Miss Mary Jane Fulkcrson, Echols, 6,900 Miss Magdalene Ranney, Select 11, BOO well worth working for J,i88 Mildred Stevens, Beaver Dam, Star It 10,400 Mrs. James A. Tate, Kockport, a. inn .Mrs. Vera Kuught, Equality 7.300 Mis Muye E. Palmer, Mcllenry 7, COO Miss Edith Taylor, Heaver Dan 6,900 Miss Lou Deiryinan, Wysox 9,400 Miss Anns Wood, Kockport, lt-1 8,600 .Mrs. Milton Barnard, Centertown 12,900 Mrs. Kate Cuuditf. Crrulvo .... 9.f.0o Miss Lois Chlnn, Beuver Dam, R-2.. 8.900 Mrs.. Audrey Sanderfur, Denver DamIt-3 6.300 .Mrs, Birch Shields. Cromwell, n-1 10, SOU Miss Beesie Alford, Heaver Dam,.,, . 8.100 Miss Jessie Hicks, Echols 12.700 Miss Minnie Cooper, Cromwell, 7,1 oo i tlons. . contestants and their friends cau h.e.hiess basis Mid to express them Burial of the' remains took place readily see that subscriptions turned selves in a straightforward manner, -Miss' America Johnson. Mcllenry 6r"' Thursday afternoon at the Center- in late in the contest will not have ttJ wtn at to think quickly and act J- T. Renfrow. Renfrow , 9,300 town cemetery much bearing on creating the win- with precision. l'i8 Ollle Brown, Paradise 11,400 uer. Between now and August 12th.' 'Speaking of the ladles, a success- Misa Marie Brown, Heaver Dam, R- 10,100 MUZZLE YOUR DOGS 1 the time to build your winning ful business man receutly said, Mrs. Clyde Peas, Beaver Dam 6.70n .. margin. - The decreasing, plan of 3how me a lady who makes good Miss Bessie Ashby, Centertown, R-2 ....12,300 Because o( a widespread epidemic issuing votes will euable you to ; a Subscription Contest and I will Mrs." Gilbert Doss, Rockport ,. 8,800 ot rabies the State Board of Health hold your lead with ease after Aug- thow you an alert business woman n3g Blanche Park, Beaver Dam, R- , 7.100 has authorized me to see that til usi kio. v,io is capc.iue or noiamg ner own ji ss Minnie Shull, Echols 9.300 Mi's, itiu r j dfn; of .his c .111: years ha. in a ! ! son, Mr. A. D. r-xas. died a; ui.l'it lif'.i-r u pi ling . - i.f heart iliotase, according to a t 'c gram recvlved by local rW.itives. No fi:r;!:ir details cf her ('. i:'.i w fnmii! nri-.r:g-'!,;,':its Lav- ;:n lean. id except that her r"::'.:.';"i will be buried at L!v rnio:- . The futivr.ll I ''"'. is pr.'sir.iia'.ly. on ;i e way u K'-iru l:y. W will i.-'ye in 1 (iet.iils next v. t-k - v MKi: Ml.I.KD BY I'.M.IM; mi. semi !;i.j:t; Evret R !'. "'. promimvr jvr.tig una t' t'-e !' i'i y r in MancocA coniry. v.is f iinlly injured vh"'i :i l:irs' block if c'):;l fr-'.l en :::t:i ' '1 !e- j ,,111 nt 1 I cVi ' ic1; " !u:r (!..y m ' 'ng. lit back ' w.isi Vro:in, hut !:e was removed from the mine of the Morton Con; Coni piir.y and put on th' I. C. train and started for Louisville, The younsr man died on the train in rout", ami the body was taken off at I'eceiM and turned over to the undertaker there. Funeral services were- he:d at 2 o'clock Friday ufternoon a' tiio family lonie at Utility, with inter nint following In t he f.inil'y bury nt rround ifarby. NOTlif to OKUUSi'OMiKVTS live w Jti In ; us to r wl-e a omir.tr-i!. w e i us numb' We if tee Con; - wl'l 1. i t i!i:ri. !-c l.el.) 1! e l!y nev--y S;:ti;r;' r will h thank j; we n in -ii o;i ,110 illy u il ytt IT- l:o a,l- var.e for this co-operation. . .-..v .... .. .. I ie A-: iu:i:...d e..-r.. Bitllotrf of BO.OMO The ballot of fifty thousand ap- ln the business world. Begin toduy In your own neigh- Miss Una Hedger, Beaver Dam, M ss Edith Tatuni, Simmons, owners of 'dogs P 't.bta Vt for the last time. borh()od aa gather subscriptions Mlg yerg Rhoadi; UtMlver Da,n R.t R-4 6,900 11,200 unmuzzled dogs found .'running at large in Ohio County are Imtuedl- olulu HlluH All hould at once see that they are V" "u ' ' , .., printed , upon it, properly muzzled or suffer the con- sequences. ' who start. work promptly. It slm- .!-. q. A. RALPH. Sheriff Ohio Co. py flfty th0UMBd aaultlonal " . " votes on the first subscription you Misses Mary Ellen and Isabel turn , BDj another flfty thousand Moor have returned to their homes a,i,iiiinnnl on tha second subscrlD- In Louisville, after' spending about tloa you turn In. Several contest- purpose of soliciting distant friends "Hs Emma Miller, Beaver Dam, R . (.400 ten days as the guests of tbetr ants have qualified for one of these by mull, may be had at the contest Miss Belle Dosier, McHenry, , 6.1''0 grandmother, Mrs. M. J. Ross, and ballots and need one more subscrlp- department'. All free for the ask- Miss Luctle Taylor, Beaver Dam, R-., 9.S00 other Ohio County relatives . , t'ou to earn their second fifty tuous- jng. ' , ' (Concluded on Eighth raji0 9.500 Miss Lorene Balls, Equality, S HOO Miss May Howell, Renfrow 7.300 Miss Annie Shulti, Beaver Dam, R-l , 6.600 Mrs. Maud Everly, Centertown, R-l. 10,200 Miss Luclle Daves. Beaver Dam, , , 10,100 old subscribers, receipt ,ts Myrim Graves, Echols 9.400 circular letters for the Mis Marie Smith, Select 7,s') and soon you will be one of the leaders In the race. There are ELEVEN flue prizes, and cash r.wards for all others who tuke I art. You must win something. Hup lie Lists of books and Leg. on :i.iJ. ue.taie uearu urse you to nle yei:r eiaitu to. competition and vo .iti i ul truitiing ut once. Under the pre.ent rulii.g you cai.not t;;'ly iiit-r t'l.i!. Aut: 9. I'JJJ. l-.veu though your d ubiiUy limy be a'.'zH it may increase later, and In order to secure eomponsHtlou later it is Imperative that you apply now. Call at my ot'Ue. Main S... '. ford. Ky.. bringing your discharse and any other papers eoniieetud ' wl'h your army t-irvtce. T'l ;a ser vice Is given by the fed Cross, and costs you notMug. -Act at o.cs, ' G. O. CROWE, i IV.d ,'r3j St ;re'.ary.