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r Subscription $1.30 Per Year, in Advance ?" ' w " f town bmhring n Bwt." .47 Kind8 Job Printing Neatly Ext mitt H. 18th YEAR. HARfrFOKD, KV WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1922. NO. .4 IP MANY CONTESTANTS STRONGLY CONTEND FOR FIRST IN AUTOMOBILE CONTEST Votes Have Been Divided Among So Many That a Close Race is Inevitable. Few . Clubs Will Give Almost Any Candidate the Lead. OFFfR OF 275,000 BONUS VOTES ON EACH $9 ENDS SATURDAY SPECIAL RILING Subscription mailed not later than 8 p. m. Aug. 19th. will apply on the Club Offer. The postmark will be accepted aa evidence of mailing time. And subscriptions may be re ported by telephone up to that hour ' The contest Is now on iu earnest aud no candidate who wishes to win a flue prize will neglect to do at least some work gathering subscrip tions each and every day. The race Is proving to b9 very even, in fact a very sniull number of subscriptions represent the differ ence between more than a dozen candidates. The candidate who holds twelfth position today might be first tomorrow. If the race continues to be as close as it is at present there will probably be little difference in the total votes of some of those who win District Prizes and those who win Grand Prizes. Results produced by indldual candidates have been small, but as there are many candidates, each do ing a little, the results of the con test have been satisfactory. In a race among so many the win ning of the Sedan will not be diffi cult for the one who will work steadily Instead of by spurts. You have no real strong opposition as any errors that occur. New suh the subscriptions are being divided scribcrs should get their paper with- more or less equally among many. candidates and If you begin now and do Home real hustling you can lead the. race, and win the $1,000 Sedan. Bonus Votes For this weck, ending Saturday night, Aug. 19th. 8 o'clock, each $ worth of subscriptions will earn 275,000 votes. Each subscription earns votes as shown by the vote table and the 275,000 will be given iu addition, on each and every $0 you turn In. Turn subscriptions In one at a time or as you procure them. We keep accurate JOeord to determine when you have, been credited with enough to complete a Club of $9. Subscriptions 011 incomplete Ciults of last week will count toward unit ing up the Club of $9 this week. This Is guaranteed to bo the best offer of any kind of the remainder of the contest and never after Aug-1, ust 19th. will subscriptions tarn so; many votes. Hold the Pace I ever available subscription as soon II you are one of the contestants as possible, uud to pay particular at who had buccebs 011 tue Clubs of last j tetition to long-term subscriptions week, you should by all means make you have in view. You won't need this week a good one for your cum- paign aud hold the advantage you gained last week. st r murk for a Club lor eacn. Av and do your level best to hold ! hold that puce und then you can picture yourself riding in that classy Sedan, . Extension 8ee the people who have given you 1-year subscriptions aud induce them to extend It another year. The second year will be worth ten thous and votes as It changes the subscrip tions to a 2-year. You secure the same advantage,' only greater In proportion on subscriptions extend ed for S-years, 6-years etc. Write Lettem Send word to every relative and friend, regardless of where they live, asking them tor their assist ance. Show them the advantage in InnirA lArm all bii-riDtiona. Note that' v . " - - 1 a z-year suoscripuons nrui iuim , times as many votes aa a 1-year and etc. on those for a longer term of 1 years. We will supply you with printed letters to tend out In search of subscriptions. The lUw-rve Votes Contestants should understand that ballots which they hold In their possession will not be published iu the paper until the ballots are re turned for that purpose. The best plan Is to reserve most of your subscription ballots to cast ' the last day of the contest, but it! is also well to hold a Rood noaltlmi in the published list so friends will see you are well up In the race. bed i ho Limit wnicii is explained at top of the list of contestants, and then send in enough baliois to bring your standing up to that limit, if you seud iu uioro than the limit will permit to be publshed next week, the balance will be added from week to week. Clipped Coupons The clipped coupons cuiiuot be held Iu reserve. They must be sunt in to be published before date print ed at bottom of the coupon. It is unnecessary to write the name on each coupon. Fasten them iu flat packages and write name of candi date on top. That Is Butllclent. To SulKicriber Co-operation of subscribers U asked bo that errors may be avoided. See that the date stamped on your '." a wc-k after you pay your renewal. Kindly report to the Herald Oflico In a week after subscribing, or regi- gter complaint at this office. Syseiniitic Tunvoss A bjstemul.c canvass or a torn- munily or u mail louie will nut big result. Miss no house iu your Beureli for subscriptions. Every per- sou is a prospect uud tiie ones you might puss over are probably the very ones who want the Herald and who would give you their subscrip- tiou' readily. A Thousand Dollar prize hangs in the balance, und it Is well within your power to win It. Work with vim and enthusiasm for two or three weeks and you will win a glorious victory and hand- some profit. Plan of Conlest Each week will snow a decrease in the number of votes given, and during the lust week und upon the final day of the contest subscrip wm eunl tbe feweat votus. Therefore it U obvious that It Is ! groutly to your advautage to turn In assistance at the end of the contest You need it NOW, . mis riiitt.s A Mammoth Array of Award Worth a Kmull Fortune GRAND PHIZES Latest Model Oievrolct Sedan 9100 Cash DISTRICT PRIZES Three Wardrobe Trunk Three Dulnty Gold Wrist Watches Three Client of Silverware CASH IMtI7.ES Cash awards in the form of com- mission for ALL who do not win one of the eleyeu prizes. Any person of good character re- siding In territory reached by The Hartford Herald may compete, with every chance of success, tor any prize offered. How to Enter Use the nomination blank which appears In a double page advertise- uieni in mil paper, mat in unci you a candidate for the prizes and credits you with five thousand votes, (If more convenient, Just 'phone In the name, or write, and we will fill out 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 nd 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 ny way you wish. Gather them. Ask your friends to send them in. We credit you with each coupon re ceived bearing your name. Vote hnllots are given Tin all sub srlptton payments. This Includes renewals and new subscriptions. (Collection of back Accounts are Standing of Contestants in the Auto Contest. Limit on the Voting For the next Issue any candidate may publish enough subscription votes to bring tie standing up to 80,000, and, then add as many of the 100-vote coupon las have been gathered. All sub scription votes secured in excess of the limited number that may be Published, will be held In reserve by contest" Tnis "mlt wl" ,,e removed District Number One Miss Gold la Austin, Beaver Dam, . .. . . . .. 29.200 Miss Mary Elizabeth Ash by, Mc Henry ! 54,700 Miss Binnle Porter, Eden Miss Gertie White, Ilalzetown Miss Mary June Fulkersou, Echols,. Miss Magdalene Rnnnoy, Select, ... Miss Mildred Stevens, Beaver Dam, Miss Lou Uerryman, Wysox, Miss Anna Wood, Rockport, R-l,.. Sirs. Milton lJarnard, Centertown, Miss Lois Chiun, Denver Dam, R-2, Miss Jessie Hicks. Echols t Miss America Johnson, McHenry, . Mrs. J. T. Renfrow, Ron f row Miss Ollie Brown, Paradise Miss Marie Brown, Beaver Dam, R Miss Bessie Ashby, Centertown, R-2, Miss Blanche Park, Beaver Dam, R Miss Una Irl-dger, Beuver Dam, R-4, Miss Edith Taiuin, Simmons, Miss Vera Rhoads, Beaver Dam, R-l,. rtiiaa Clinic omnia, u'-uvit iiiiiii, 11-1,. Mrs. M;lIld Evel.,Vi Centertown. R-l,. ftliss Annie Siiultz, Beaver Dam, R-l,. MiH8 Myrml GraveB, Echols M,M Mlll.,e gmith , .,. nnv, nn, . Mls3 Ruth Thomas, Cromwell, R-l,.. Mrs. R. E.Eudaley. Ceralvo Mis8 M irv j-iendrie, Rockport Mr3 Horace Tnvlo'r Beaver Dam Mr3. Bern Ice Calloway, McHenry,. . . . Miss Ed.th Taylor, Beaver Dam, R-4... Miss Lois Flencr, Cromwell, R-l, .... Miss Madalene Rowe, Equality, ..... Miss Flossie Tlilenes, McHenry, ... .. Miss Susio Crabbe, Cromwell Miss Mary Ethel Everly, Ceralvo Mrs. Georgia Rowe, Centertown, R-2. Miss Agnes Davenport. Wysox Mls3 Glyndenn Chinn, Beaver Dam,.. Mrs. Zona Dangherty, Renfrow Miss Sallye Henri Coleman, Paradl . . Miss Rhoda Williams', Echols Miss Cozie Addington, Equality Miss Kittle Shultz, Wysox Miss OIllo Sliepliunl, Prentiss ;Mrs. Octive Hoskins, Renfrow Mrs, H. B Martin, Centertown Carlis B. Embry, Baize-town Mrs. Kitten Dangherty. Cromwell,... Miss Myrl Tipton, Rockport Miss Mary Harrison, Utlca, R-2 Miss H izel Bennett, Beaver Dam Mls8 MauJ -M1,,,s. Echols. Miss Goida French, Prentiss Miss Lui'lle Couch, Beaver Dam, . . . Miss Grayce Harding, McHenry, . . . Miss Thelma Westerfleld, Utica, R-2. District Number- Two Miss Ella Crowe, Liverinore 'Miss Ninu Payne, Narrows, R-l, ...... ......., . ., Roger D. Tweddell. Hartford, R-4, Miss Carrie White, Olaton, Miss Amnnda Harl, Fordsvllle Miss Myrtle Reynolds, Reynolds Station. Miss lone Lee, Olaton, R-l, Mrs, Leslie Shultz, Neufus, Mrs. Carson Duncan, Barretts Ferry... Mrs. Hattie Grant. Falls of Rough, Mls Ruby St. Clulr, Horse Branch. Mrs.' Frank Cummings, White Run MUg Lou De" MaKa" Narrow". R"2 W,8H r.isie cuapmau, naruora. u-o Mis j Ida J. Wright, Fordsvllle, Miss E'Iimi Boswell, Narrows, R-2,. Miss May Howell, Horse Branch Miss Grade Keith, Hartford. R-6,.., Miss Sarah Duke, Olaton, .. Mrs. Gilbert Jolly, Hartford, R-6 ;MrB - J- 8- Bean, Horse Branch, Miss Loubelle Williams, Hartford, Miss Carmilla Hendry, Fordsvllle w..n7 ....... ,.,..,, w.uivu Miss Eva Clough, Falls of Rough Arthur Rice, Horse Braucn, Mrs. Ray Cook, Olaton Mrs. Jack Wilson, Narrows, R-l, considered renewals.) Price of Subscription ami Number t of Votra Which Are Given 1 year, $1.50 earns 6,000 votes. 5 years, $3.00 earns 16,000 votes, t years, $4.60 earns 25,000 votes. 4 years, $6.00 earns 35,000 votes, 6 years, $7.50 earns 60,000 votes. 0 years, $16.00 earns 125,000 votes. 20 years, $30.00 earns 300,000 votes. Subscriptions will never earn a larger number of votes than they will if turned In today. - Contestants may take subscrip tions anywhere In the United States at the price above. Contestants may have their friends assist and solicit subscriptions for them, 55 years, $37.50 earns 375,000 votes. 80 yours, $4 5,00 earns 500,000 votes. contestants to vote later In the later in the race, 1 . .16.400 , , SiS.tiOO . .52,;:ihi . Ils',700 . . 27.6(10 ,59. 800 . .21.100 , .52,900 , .52,700 . 5;;, 600 , . 1 2.!i)i , .Sl.'D't , 2S.40U . .41 .;.()') . 22.JOO . lii.400 i:,io .X V. ni.jiio . ; . . . . f,u.!uo ., 5o.7oo ,, a'l.i t7.s sou . . . IS. 200 . . .2::.7" . . . 2 5. soil , . .16,2"0 . . . 20.100 , . ,r,2.soo . . .54.2"ti . . .51,400 , . . 17,:;oo , . .26,:;oo . . .21. noo , . . r..:.io'' . . . ::,70o , . .51. SOD . . . 15,. loo , . .::i,so.i . . 26, "oil , . . 2:1. !oo , . .4.':soo , . .27.100 , . .24. son . . . 27,(100 . . .4:1.400 , . . 10, !;!) , . .52,60') , . .12,400 24 suit . , 42,10!) 53,601) 51 .'iiui .34,200 .53.700 . 23.400 .32.70!) .31.60') 2S.400 6u,;m 30,uw0 , . . 55.KOO 25,600 19.500 , S,7jo r.o MOO jj.o n'ot) ,' 52 900 ...... 23,100 26,800 .42,800 .53.600 41,200 25, 900 17,200 14,800 '...31,200 )" 23,700 , 34,60" j,:n" . 19.600 61.700 , 37,400. .34,200 MISSES SPALDING' WED AT HOOSIEIt GRETNA GREEN Two south side girls, sl.teri, who were married secretly In Valparaiso. Intl., last June to two young men, both members of well known south side families, were indignant lust night because of the belated entry of the Issuance of the marriage li censes In the record of the Indiana city. "The clerk promised to keep onr serret until January, said Hue Wayland Spuldlng, 654 Oakwood boulevard, whose fellow conspira tor and husband Is Earl Vernon Beattie, 6032 Eberhurt avenue. Ruth Alexander Spalding Is the wife of Charles Wellington McKee, 44 58 Sidney street. McKee Is the son of Mr and Mrs. John Welling ton McKee and Brattle's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Beattie. None of the parents knew of the marriages. According to the young couples, the marriages rejuited from a lov ers' spat between Sue and BeaUic. Bcuttlo told Sue "that just for tiiut lie was going to drive iier to Crown Point and marry her." Later both marring'" wor p-r-fornied In Valparaiso because the clerk in Crown Point rei'u.ed to ;;-el out of lied and !..- ue the licenses fur less .than $5i. The cf-'rk . in V:i' paraiso came, to the aid of the lowrs lor 59 a couple. Chicago Tr.bu :e. The former Misses Spalding are Ki-aiidilaimot' r-i of i'.ie late Dr. V.'ay- lauuAlixunder. one of llr fori :na.-t educators of this section, and wvrJ linrn and reared in Hartford when? Miry have many fivetuN. Pep-on. '!;' and Mi behalf of the rem.i!:id. r of t lu "home folks" we ixlen.l to the newly wedded yoiins; ladies and their fortunate husbands the mo it sincere felicllatioll. . - . - ST. M.MtY'S roi.i.EM: nr.VMKsn r.iii niv;; 11 ; Si'ei-tiim of I'll i'h:i:n-:Ml ai:d committees 10 serve in lh" i:,m pa'trn to rai.i" ;i S7ri.ijn i.uilui:1. fund for St. Mary's ( il:;e, si. .u.uy, Ky,, is SMiiKiueced by the Executive Cotnmlttt e in charge of the drive-. Unrcrtio. Edwin.. P. Morrow, .11 illiniums of M. Mary's, n.n .u .ep.iu the !, ral cliair.i.aiiiii)). a..l i . e lectiiiK the s.a'o cuiuniiue. . t, ii.kU'I' 1 1 i ixl. St. .M.ny'i t"olg- w-.i., ItVsh- d en '.luiiilri d iind tv, o y.-ir-i :!!:. a:. I i!ii.ni; th.it time has Ii.nl !...).". .i..f 1 ;i,ihp.i student. 1 It-r .tit; 'nil! '.i t . li'l' d til' r.io-t he. iin.'lie pn ;'H ill !'.;. U.ld II.. 'iMl. iill.i !ie' ,- I- 1. ge ,kik I)' cti one of : lie liiilVar!; ' lii"'ier -.dueat inn ;n tli ' s'a' . 'I'll.' growth of 1 In? l'ii!l-'s;;' cluii 1:-" the last few years has lii-eu -in mark ed ihat It iias i-celi)e li'ie-sify -i rebuild to accomodate the r..ph!.y 'i. eiiasin. enrollment. Tiie i'.niiit.is are imiirely iu.id iiual e, aec-irdiiig in :lie It. v. Miehacl Janlown-;. l'l -si-d 'l.t of St. .Mary's, and th.. ('.ill mii.it lie n iniili :o a.ie-in.i e'.v l..t!. e who apply :' . r . ; .- . Tiie announce!);: i.t i:f t..e i'l.-hv li.is hi' -n ivvi lved :( hu ji.ijiir.i.iy by aliiinnl and friei.ih of tiie Ci.:.. 1 . who have promised 10 d o-. i-y ; ;-i : t!--iy can for the ; uv.s of i.e e.11.1 ii.iln. Tliu Ohio Count" Ch:i. :!.:: and Con mittee. to serve in tiiis dr.ve are iis follows: Chairmiti: C. A. 1 1 U-U-ey. Ciire'iiitte, men: R. H. .i.ii.n, O:to C. Martin ai d M. L, i'l ivr::i. Mr. Charles .Miller, cf Xi-x Mexi-: co, arrived-In uie ci.n.:!y a f.-.v iays: ugo to rpetid sevi-ral wot'kj wi'h hi mother, .Mrs. Joii.i .Miller, ,ie.u- Du.i ilee, and ( l.t-i 11, Is uiid li'i.i A.-j. -Mr. Miller motored the eul.re dis tance, covi rlai; ubnut .:;-v. i.t. vi; li 11 ml red inik'i. Mrs. Paul Murphy, Narrows, H-2,. .... Miss Lucy A. Smith, Hoiton Mr. H. E. MiltiKan, Hurtford, K-3 Miss Nancy Moora, Olaton, ; Miss II illle Miller, Horse Branch. Miss Elizabeth Davison, Barrett's Feny. Miss Flosdle Stowart, HarttoKl. H-IJ Dlsti let uiiiber Three Miss Georglu Whit, Hartford '. fU).2"n Miss Versla Newcomb, Hartfori'. . 24. lit) Miss Helen-Amell Barnett, Ilartfnr 5S.SD0 Miss Wllda Chlnn. Hartford. It. 2 , S4,70D Miss Vernls Duk. Hertford. It, t i I0.S00 Miss Grace Cummings, Yoamn, SS.RP!) Mrs, Cora Ilenfrow, Owe-nsb-ini 51. SCO Mrs. Mae Coloburn, Hartford. B-l.. ;.01 Miss Lucile Smith, Yeaman ARTHUR GRIFFITH. FOUNDER OF SP FEIN, OMO Noted Irish Leader Passes Away In Dublin After brief Illness. Belfast, Aug. li. Arthur G:i!Ii:j, projui.j.u ot lac i,ait ii-cuiin, u ,J 111 uuolin toaay 01 mnueiuj, u ..x.i ueeu leaihtU iu Ueliast. .ir. Griilitn was in only ten d.i 1 and ins il,ne., as Inn consui iivd serious. kesterday, i.owevoi. suttered a sudden ribp. all(i j.,,,' early this morning. His deuth occurred at 9:4.( o' clock this mortiiiK la s.. Vii..:e:i?.'3 Hospital, Dublin, which lie tvi; .-red ten day.4 ago for an jpeiutici for tonsillMs. He was r e.-uverii. fro.u the opn.iiioi) and .'pparwilly re gaining his nortiiiil s;r 1,511, ii;!.TS tiie last few days. Hail Been Out Daily In f.ict, Mr. Gi-iliiih !i.ul r. :i 10 ed to his trt-a ::;e;ii s,, -.v it ;'.,. , : j was :ih!i- to l....v. ;'.ie ha ),:;.,; ,:.-.:!y for hij olli.-iel du'.i". r 'n-.:'.-, - l.i the institution ; a:;:i. I Tills I.10!-"ll l... :.; ;l ,-'t j. breakf. ! a.':d -v::s t;'::. : l, i '. r-l j v.-a -.1 h c.diap.ie.l. 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