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V ,MLneag,pMMMMBMMMMMMaBBMM'llll Mill I l I 1 1 I III I I I II If I' I I I III I II llll I III I II ' FIDO PASSONN 'EMJ v Organizer for the Dark Tobacco Growers' Go-Operative Association, will spsak at the Court House in , HARTFO Come and Bring Every RD, KENTUCKY mi 3 Tobacco Grower You Know, S. O. KEOWN, Temporary Chairman; W. P. RHOADS Temporary Secretary; LON SMITH, L. B. TICHENOR, T. H. BLACK, Committee. TheHartford Herald Ih.up1 every Wednesday by BARTFORD HERALD TUB. OO. Incorporated MtDOW'KLL A. FOGLE, I'rmidtMit and Editor LYMAN G. BATtRETT, rtoc'y.-Treiw., nnd Managing Editor Entered according to law at the Postoffice, Hartford, Ky., as mail matter of the second claw. 8tIJSCKU'T10X RATES ONE YEAR ; $1.50 61X MONTHS .... JM) THREE MONTHS .45 6TNGLE COPY 05 Subscription! requiring paper to be sent beyond the third Postal Zone will not be accepted for less than One Year at 91.75. ooooooooeooooooou 0 LOCAL DASHES O Mrs. L. G. Barrett, who has been ill of appedicltis during the past ten days, was better at press hour. MOORE HARRINGTON :TO THE MEMORY OF A TEACHER BETTER SHEEP FOB COUNTV Mrs. J. W. Walton, of Chicago, has been the guest of her uncle, Mr. 'Leslie Combs, and Mrs. Combs, for several days. ADVERTISING RATES Local Advertising, 10c per line for the first insertion and 8c per line lot each insertion thereafter. Hates tor Display Advertising made known on application. AH political advertising, cash in ad- vance. Telephones Partners Mutual ... 78 Cumberland ..Long Distance WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2, 1922 Miss Artie Wilson, of Memphis, her sister, Mrs. Leslie Combs, and Mr. Combs, Hartford, Route 2. , The pastor will preach at Hart ford Methodist Church, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Mr. Jesse Smith, who recently completed four year's service in the U, S. Navy, has' returned to the home of his uncle, Mr. Charlie Smith and Mrs. Smith, of Route 2.- Miss Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Mra. Prudie Moore, of Hartford, and Mr. Harold H. Harrington, of Gallon, Ohio, were united in mar riage Saturday, July '15th., at the homo of the parents of the bride groom, in the latter city, Rev, Bright, pastor of the M. E. Church, officiat ing. Miss Moore had been in the ser vice of the American Red Cross in the Ohio city during the past year and was previous thereto engaged in like service in Hartford. She has many friends in Hartford and Ohio county, with whom she was very popular. Mr. Harrington is a young man of worth 'and holds a lucrative posi tion with the North Electric Com pany. The young couple left imme diately for Cleveland and other points on a bridal tour. They will muke their home in Gallon. We Join their many other friends in wishing for them the utmost wedded happiness. BENNETT Fl'QCA John C. Barnard, about eighteen' years ago, attended the . Bowling Green Business University and went lo the Philippine Islands to teach. He returned to us ten or twelve , years 'ufeo for postgraduate work and, after spending nearly a year here, started back to the Philippines to resume bis duties and died aboard ship. Recently a gentleman was traveling In the Philippines and accidentally found a large monu ment erected to' the. memory of "John C. Barnard, American Edu cator, Who Founded the Schools of Panay Island." He eald there were also tablets in all the schools of that Island put there to the memory of Mr. Barnard. This is very pleasing to those of us who remember pleasantly the fine qualities ,ot our late friend. The Southern Expon ent.) ' Mr. Barnard was a son of the late Mr, and Mrs. Charlee Barnard and was reared in Ohio County In the Liberty community. Many near relatives and friends, residents ' of the County, yet survive. A. most encouraging step in the Better Sires' Movement for Ohio County was the recent purchase by Messrs, Leslie Combs, Hardin Balrd, H. W. Ralph, Richard Ward and: Afro Wnvna fitflvani npnititnont f u i mers of the Hartford and Beaver Dam communities, of five - pure blooded Hampshire rams, from W, R. Moorman Sc. Sons, of Glendean. FOR SALE OR TRADE One 1917 model twin Indian Mororcycle in good condition. See or write, T E. MA DEN, Hartford, Ky., R. 1. PUBLIC SALE SPECIAL BALLOT WOKTH 50,000 VOTES When Accompanied by a Subscription to Hera! J. READ CAREFULLY This ballot is ottered as u bonus in way of reward for promptness in beginning work in t lie Herald Auto Content. Ue oiip of thse ballots with your first sub scription and another with your second subscription (two only.) These ballots are good only when signed by Contest Manager. After beitg signed by Contest Manager they may be reserved to be voted later in the contest. Name of Candidate Address ."T Contest Manager. No Candidal will be credit! with mure titan two!' tluaw ballots. Miss Gola Bennett and Mr V. It. Fujua, both of Ha'.rd, were quietly marrit-d nl tho home of the bru'e, Tuesday evening, July 25th, Rev. R. E. Fuqua, father of the bridegroom, performing the marital ceremony. The bride is a (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Bennett, lately graduated from the local high school, of quiet disposition and popular with her many friends and associates, while the bridegroom Is a son of Rev. and Mrs. R. E, Fuqua, industrious and by present occupa tion a farmer. We Join their friends in wishing for them success throughout their llve. , At the L. H. Hammons Farm, 1 mile S. of Horton, Saturday Aug. 19, j I will offer for sale at Public Auction the following property: 1 good; ware; 3 bead three year old 'mules; 1 two year old colt; 1 one year old colt; two cows and calves;! some other cattle; 1 Duroc sow and S pigs; 10 Oxford Ewes; 6-Passen-ger Ford touring car; Farming Im-j piemen fa. Sale begins at 10 am. Terms made known on day of sale; L.VT. HAMMONS, Beaver Dam, R. j F. D. No. 3. . . " 28-30 GOFF MAPLE Miss Geneva Goff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, V. W. Goff, was join ed in marriage to Mr, T. B. Maple, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Maple, at the home of the former, in the Cen tral Grove comunity, where each of the parties reside, July 22nd. The Rev, Oscar ABhby performed the marriage rites. The young married people, ar popular In their set and have the best wishes of a large circle of friends. FARM LOANS . ' We are In a- position to promptly procure loans on desirable farm lands, situated in Daviess and ad Joining counties, on 40 years time with liberal ' prepayment privilege. Jnterest 6 per cent. Loans under government supervision. L. P. TANNER, 116 Vi W. 2nd. St., Owensboro. ' ' For loans in Ohio county, see Judge Juo. B. Wilson, Hartford, Ky. 81-2t 6 Cures Malaria, Cliilla, Fev er Bilious Fever, told and LaGrtppe. IWKi TAXES DUE ' Your county and state taxes for 1922 are now due and I am ready to receive same. G. A. RALPH, 31-Jt Sheriff Ohio County. JOHN L DUNLAP & CO. STOCKS AND BONDS LIBERTY OND. V rilVATI VIUT0 ALl BUIKETI tk mi Hu :tL LlilllYtUX, IT. "ASK THEM" When the hot months come. And the cream won't raise, Tho you keep it in water, For days and days, You wonder why,' Your neighbors don't fret, And keep their milk, Where,, it's cool and wet. Then you ship a can, . And think Its funny,. They ship the same, And get more money. Then ask them WHY; The same story they'll . It's a DE LAVAL, The kind we sell. tell, Geo. A. Barnes S. P. Taylor A. S. Cblnn Elvis Render Emanuel Ward W. B. Campbell Mrs.McMurtry Will Ward Sam Rhodes R, I. Barnard Otis Stevens W. H. Shacklett Denham Leach James Caldwell W. F. Berryman Geo. Schroeter C. S. Lyons ' Will Shaver W. I. Walls Hiram Miller Loyd Wornica James Lewis W. W. Dexter , J. H. DodBon Golden Stalsworth L. M. Ward A. W. Carson 8. T. Williams J. D. Taylor Lee Taylor Sam Shaver D. E. Ward V. W. Sandefur , Godfrey Bennett Fleetwood Ward Silas Stevens . Frank Wallace Herman Pirtle H. E. Milligan Waldon Haynes Hex Ward T. W. Miller D. T. Black Addle Mathews Jodie Miller Less Shultx . - E. A. Barnard Holland Shown Lewis Robertson Edd Curtis J. W. Edmonson F. T. Wilson Minnie Ragland Finis Evans T. W, Ragland D. J. Carter Bessie, Hughes W. E. Brown W. P. Brown G. W. Armstrong T. L. Loyd Ask For a Demonstration and Terms. . J. D. WILLIAMS' SONS, Furniture, Rugs, Stoves. ' Beaver Dam, - Kentucky Both Phones. 1 .