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tSt4tmcri)iUon J$1.,U) Per Tear, in Advance 'f- ft, hnii r i .? ir.rM, th ,wi r in Midi, twhrint ii i, ua." , All Kinds Job Printing Xcatlu Ejc cutrtl 18th YEAR. HARTFORD, KY., "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30. 1922. NO. 35 THE K I AUTO CONTEST NOW ON HOME STRETCH CONTESTANTS MAKING SUPREME EFFORT Closeness of Race Indicates a Couple Clubs of $1 2.00 May Be Winning Margin On the $1,000 Sedan. STAND BY YOUR FAVORITE CONTESTANT NOW. OR NEVER. to assist one SPECIAL OFFER Each Club of $12 worth of subscriptions earns 320,000 Extra Votes. This Offer ends Saturday night. Sept. 2 8 o'clock. SPECIAL RULING 1 ' Subscriptions may be reported b phone and mailed up to closing hour of the offer as has been the case on previous rote offers. The Herald Auto Contest fori eleven big prizes Is rapidly drawing' to a close and the race remains asi even as it has been throughout the! campaign. The work of this week and next must be the decisive factor and it is expected that each candi date who hopes to win a fine prize will be at the task of gathering sub scriptions each and every day during the short remaining time. Just " working day3 remain and to waste any of that precious time Unworked Spots Places that have yielded few sub scriptions are: Centertown, Horse Branch, Rosine, Olaton, Narrows, Cromwell, Buford, Pleasant Ridge and Wysox. ' Also in Paradise com munity and Hartford R. F. D. num-l ber 1, 5, and 6 and Horton and Sun-1 today, In timt contestants. Delinquent Subwribcrs Look at the date stamped on your paper.. Are you behind or la the subscription about to expire within the next few months? Pay up the mount you are behind and a year la advance. The entire payment will earn votes. Name your contestant. Help her win and square this little account on the subscription. THE PRIZES A Mammoth Array of Awards Worth u Kiiiull Fortune GRAND PRIZES Latest Model Chevrolet Sedan 9100 Cnh DISTRICT PRIZES Three Warrlrobo Trunks Three Dainty Gold Wrlut Watches Three Clients of Silverware CASH PRIZES Cash awards In the form of com- of the mission for ALL who do not win one of the eleven prizes. If they have been active throughout the contest, making a cash report each week. Votes Vote ballots are given on all sub srlptlon payments. This includes renewals and new subscriptions: (Collection of back accounts arc considered as renewals.) Price of Subscription and Number of Votes Which Are Given 1 year, $1.60 earns 6,000 votes. 2 years, $3.00 earns 15,000 votes. 3 years, $4.60 earns 25,000 votes. 4 years, $6.00 earns 35,000 votes. 5 years, $7.60 earns 60,000 votes. 10 years, $15.00 earns 125,000 votes 20 yeers, $30.00 earns 300,000 votes, 2." years, $37.50 earns 375,000 votes. 30 years, $45,00 earns 600,000 votes, Subscriptions will never earn larger number of votes than they will If turned In today. IIEXftV V. TAYLOR- DIES IX OWEXSItOltO Henry Yager Taylor, aged 7 years, died at the Owensboro 'City; GOUNTrS HIGH AND GRADED SCHOOLS OPEN MONDAY Hnnnltfll at oVtnrlc WaHiipb. day morning, the 23rd. Inst., follow- Hartford, Beaver Dam, McHenry, ing an Illness of several weeks of 'cancer of the stomach. Mr. Taylor was one of the most prominent far mers of Daviess County, having own ed iaixjls in the Masonville, Habit and Whltesville neighborhoods. He was born near Habit on July 4, 1855 Fordsville, Rockport and Centertown City Schools Standing of Contestants in the Auto Contest. Limit on the Voting For the next issue any candidate may publish enough subscription votes to bring the stunding up to 310,000. District Number One. nydala have yielded few subscript Miss Ooldia Austin. Beaver nnm 111 0,..i tions on the contest. Contestants ! MlB, JIary Eiizabeth Aallby Mc Henry I2s!soo would do well to look to those. MlM Gert,H wlllt. Ba,0w ,9nn pomu lor subscriptions and to try '.. ,,,. r...ii,..... ,o'. ( aia4o 'iai j a lie uin.oDuu, CjCUUIB, f 1mi),UW leans of working them. Tin.. a. .,i T, , will be courting defeat. The winning' as hundreds of subscriptions are Z T " ' n margin in winning the $1,000 Sedan I waiting for those who go after them.;! T f ,dre 8tve"' ?eaetam . .111.000 jM.'Do nulla uuu, Ahu.twi'UI t, J 'J.i U'J wiH uot bo more than-you can ac- Great Profit compiish as result of one day's work! " Few people have ability to earn -gathering subscriptions and surely! $1000 by their efforts during a few with such great profit at stake as wellj weeks 1ut that is the opportunty of as the honor and satisfaction of win ning, no candidate will waste a sin gle hour of the time that remains. You will succeed according to your ovrn efforts during this week and the next one. The Bonus Offer contestants In . the Herald Contest. Look your opportunity squarely in the face and resolve to win some thing really worth while You can Mrs. Milton Barnard. Centertown 124,!tOO Miss Lois Cliinn, Beaver Dam, R-2 123,800 Miss Jessie Hicks, Echols 1 24,20t Miss Marie Brown, Beaver Dam, R 129,600 Miss Bessie Ashby, Centertown, R-2 34, SOO Mias Edithe Tatuni, Simmon .-i ; 127,700 Miss Vera Rhonds, Beaver Dam, R-l 7G.fioo do it. It will take some hard and Mn- flIan(l overly, Centertown. R-l.. consistent work during these last 31133 Myrna Craves, Echols, , two weeks, but nothing worth while JIiss Luclle Taylor, Beaver Dam, R- For this week mid Imp- Sutnr,iuv ever was won without p-iip,iinr Mrs. night. September 2nd. at ft considerable time and effort. Miss 31.500 ; .". 97.600 , 122,500 nr., soo .128,600 The Aftermath -Mrs. Horace Taylor, Beaver Dam 84,300 earn 320,000 extra votes. The offer Right now is the time to look for- Mrs. Berr.ice Calloway, McHenry . ..123,400 of next week, which is the final week, ward to the closing of a close race. Miss Madnlene Rowe, Equality 31.800 I R. E.Eudaley, Ceralvo, Mary Hendrlo. -Rockport, each $12 worth of subscriptions will 1 , . .125,600 , . . 1 22. "00 ..118.600 . . 101.200 . . 124, SOO will show a decrease pro-rate on Bub-i IIow would you feel if you lost your Miss Flossie Thlenes, Mcllimry scriptioii3 and mora subscriptions favorite prize by a margin of a Miss Susie Crnbbe, Cromwell will ba needed to make np- a Clnb. j dozen subscriptions. A number of Miss Mary Ethel Everly. Ceraivo,... The offer of this week presents the' subscriptions which you-could easily Miss Glyndean Chlnn, Beaver Dam, hest Inducement of the remainder of ; have secured If you had worked dur- Miss Cozie Addlngton, Equality, ... the contest and the time to turn in time you had wasted. This Is Miss Ollle Shephard, Prentiss 56.400 every subscription you can possibly, the time to figure on success and Mrs. H. B Martin, Centertown ,. 12:t,7oo secure. the time to spend everv mwaihle t,-.,' t....i Tiin T?..,.L-r,r,,.i Kfi r.nn . 84.200 . 4::, Too . S7.400 .101,300 The 1922-23 session of Hirtforl Craded and High School will begin at 8:30 a. m fnmlnv a..... .i. and had spent most of his life In his d w , ; - native coynty, but for tne i.v-t two I Superintendency of Mis. . Mar with his (laugh-er, Mrs. B. Howard fill I.. - t r " , I l,"Cy- ... , 'bB imposed of Prof. Oscr I nil. inyiui nag ii cit UHll III QKRIO ShtlltZ about 18 years tigo hy his -wife, who , jeson' was, btfore marriage. Miss Alice tlonal Purcell, but is survived by two(trul . daughters, Mrs. Ellis, of this place. ; .,, DnlIle3tc Bl n t-t 'I H.T.H, All.Hn .... .. .. . , . nuu mm, .iiinu jiuii:uil, Ul .llllix-u, ., , . ' ' Tour wore members or the fai-u lv and six sons, Messrs. Herman, of,,...,, . . ' Oweusboro; Lludsey, of Maceo; ,, ... Uil , , , n.,. r- . .u.. ' tio"- Mr8- Heavrin is a graduate o'. ' vr '. ''r ,:-th8 diversity or kwiuci ui uim-i inurr. juiiu ri., who is at In addition to the Superin tendent the High School faculty will Principal; Miss Kloreiu-i Prof. Wilbur Rhnuds. Voca- , Agriculture an I Mrs. G r Wallingford Heavrin, Vocii- T!u; first tending the State Normal at Bowl ing Green, and E. W. Coakley Tay lor, of Smlthlaiid. The deceased was a member of the Smith Hampton Baptist Church tint! had lcl n -life- of Christian use ful ihss, IK wis of a quiet and un-a-HiuiiiiiK nature, but was highly es teemed by his wiilo clrck of friends. A devcted husband ami father, a faithful neighbor and friond, lie was Indcedyiiii exemplary citizen. ' Funeral serv ci.j were conducted Thursday afternoon at Bcthabara Baptist Church, Habit, at 1:30 o' cloclt, ly f!ev. N'orrU kashlirool:. Interment v,is in Bethabara ceiiu'- tery beside his wife. i Tli? bo -caved family has our most uy a r.i i there is every reason to liclirtve that th ' Domestic Science Dcpprtme::!: will have u in out successful year un der her supervision. The sraii teachers will be as follows: Mrs. s. O, Keriw.i, 7th. and F;h.. l'i n,'; Cm ' Ci-rsoii. 5th. and fi"i.; .'ie T ylor. ,1m. an, i-'i aU(, ji;i., BtHilah Mooro 1st. itui 'i.i. Ali wirn on the faculty ia-t y:n jmJ ara cp!indi:l te.u-li-s-s. The water yysti-m is lH?iii: ov-:--hauli'd ami Mhov nanr.ive.ne:, s have been mad-. Th asain inililisli thn U. II. S whieh - a Slice -s a llllleil (II til ' srnuiil ':!.: y.-a r. W'P feel ,-af( j pi-opii,.-; jiehoel w: V.'i-iv heartfelt 3orrow. sympathy in their limir of of the most n'.slory of ;i.e srlioul. FOl ii ill .lit lKIII.V MKKTI.Vt; moment at the task of securing sub- Miss Hazel Bennett, Beaver Dam,. ... .12 Miss Colda French, Trentlss Mrs. Ellis Sand.'fur, Beaver Dam, R. , Mrs. Vera Fansht, Equality Miss Lnrone Heflin, Centertown '. Closing Itules Closing rules of the contest arft , scrlptlons published elsewhere in this paper.) Hunt Work Will Win Read them carefully now, so you will i I" -this contest nothing can do have ample time to seek explanation j f'-at energy p.nd effort. Every phase on any point you do not understand, ' of the campaign has been arranged as no allowace will be made for mis-, so the workers must win. There understandings of any kind. j is no prospect of any one winning X Coupons; Xoiiiiiintlons C!onc1 I the par by any means other than No coupon appears In the paper nf ; "tirlng subscriptions in the regu today. The only remaining way to lar way- In a race t this kind a secure votes is by turning in Bub-icertaIn an'ount of nerve and spunk scriptions. Is needed. You will encounter Nominations have been closed. No '"mors which, were started for the additional candidates may enter the'nul"Pose f discouraging you. Oth race, but any one who has been a:eM wil1 try to b,l,fr y" out of your candidate at any time may be rein- expectations of success. Kemcmi stated by turning hi at least one Club bcr vo'e are. the only things that of subscriptions. I count. Rumors and bluff vanish in.M,S3 Lucy A- Smith, Horton, l.:vi,.,wi... thin air when the Bhow-down is Miss Nancy Moore, Oluton, he son , Dfciti ict Xiimbcr Two Miss Ella Crowe, Livermore Roger D. Tweddell, Hartford. R-4 , Miss Amanda Harl, Fordsville, , Miss lone Leo, Olaton, R-l Mrs. Carson 'Duncan, Barretts Ferry .127.700 .127,200 .124,80(1 , 26,400 .122,500 Ml3s Ruby St. Clair, Horse Branch 81,200 Miss Ellen Boswell. Narrows, R-2 : 76.900 Miss May Howell, Horse Branch, 65, loo Arthur Rice, Horse Branch : 123,600 Mrs, Paul Murphy, Narrows, R-2 122,100 121.900 S3. 700 Miss Elizabeth Davison, Barrett's Ftvry , .124.100 Best vote values will be civen on made nt the nual count. Keep up extended subscriptions until the final your "e,rve and work 1 ke f,"'y dul" day on the coutest. ON THE LAST'"X the next teu da'4 nlul you cal1 District Number Threo DAY NO EXTRA VALUE WILL BE coma dow" 'hl home stretch aud Mi's deorgi White, Hartford 132,800 GIVEN ON EXTENDED SUBSCRIP-' ""lpr tne wlre 8 w,nnor. wlth '"r Miss Versia Newcomh, Hartford. , 30,100 'TIONS.' So get your extension la be- PI,ont"t8 taking the dust. Miss Helen-Amelia Bnrnett, Hartfor '. 127.800 fore the final day. Who are Vour Friends? ' Miss WUda Chlnn, Hartford, R. 2,. - 127,900 A 1-year subscription earned 5,000 Tnls lno time to separate the Mrs. Coru Renfrow, Owensboro 1 23, SOO votes. If. you secure another year,wnea' from the chaff. You need Mrs. Mae Coleburn, Hartford. R-l 124,700 on the same subscription you will ro-j support of all your friends and thy m:ss Mary Harrison, I'tlcu, R-2 .' 121,400 celve 10,000 votes on the second pay- wl stand by you In loyal style at The fourth niianerly mietiug for the Hartford charge, of the Method ist church will be held next Sunday at Ml. Hermoa ami there will !." lu-iaching f.y tlie 1'ivyidiiig Uhkr, Rv. L. K May at 11 a. m.. ami 2:30 p. in. The business, session will Ik. held at 3 p. m. All officials ;1,: are urged to att.iul all the acrviccj, r'"i- and le; us continuj the previous "rd. :;oo.l r ord of the Ilartforil char;;e in bavins full reports on a 1 lines. Tills being the fouth Quarterly Con ference, the elect 'on of otlicers lor next year will be one of the main j points of business, and all oillclals are urged to attend the business mi'.'MiiK and ran-'s,' your right l- vote on the same. The revival niei-'-iiiK will biKiti at Ml. II rinon on next Monday iikM Kept. 4lh. at 7:4a p. 111. Rov. V. S. Buckuer, of Beaver Dam. will nss'.t the pastor, during th:. preachin:;. The annual confer ence meets at Central City on Srpt. 2!!li. h-avitig us but a short time, now to wli'd up the work of this conf. r.-c? ye:r. Let us all ther fore with our prayers and earnest effortt mike yar a great success. The pis'or will fill his regular ap p i'ninieut at. the Hartford Church next Sunday at 11 a. in. You are cordially invited to attend. Sincerely, T. T. FUAZIER, Pastor. Bem-r-r I'tim II -'i -. ' S '! 1 w 11 !ii.-.-;n t!22-2;l .'!t:i.l:iy ne"n ir-. at ,S: ''o-. t:. t- .!'is,-::Vi lira -rt r:i ion ;is S'i'.r r a'. (,-! co 1 t ii'iii i with t I'e of i - a I'le rs : V. . s formerly of )y r.-ibn V.W ll-trt. ; .Mr. i::rs t -,, i, f-'!'. Cra-I.-a; Mr. N. inil 6th.: Mi.-.. Iren ami 4 1 h , .M'ss Dailev 2nd. The prespeeis are i:io-i for a con I itiuat ion of t ! of wu;k her. t.ifoi e ,1 i : lieavf r I).,m schools. t'.-i: lec: V'lir. I.. ! i;v l-i. Th Central IH h le-oi Monday. SVmT. I tl ' T t!: " J. S. Mi it'll wi; 1) ! V"letx' XmcIio's Brown ; .lliM..,!; I'.,. i:i;'. i ml r ! 't il 'til al il r.- I w ' ! (' o''i( u";nols of M t'ie a!n. time, i O'v not Infoinieil rvrel-l a ec'oy l'i "" ii", ; i; lo t' pevsorn 1. tofore, they I'mloul'ti illy. c wl'l do excellent I, - i.Ait(;i: i:)vd iiiiaus (M i l TT AT 1'OltllSVH.u: AVESTKItV BKLATIVKs visit !i!s. Mri::n'v BASKIIAI.I. ment, as 15,006 la the number given, tola period. Make a list of thoss; on a 2-year subscription you consider real friends and see A 5-year subscription earned 50,- them, tolling them Just what kind, Mclfonry Break Even 000 votes., A second 5-yeur payment ; of support you need. Every good TUe M(.Henry Majesties tied on the same subscription would eurnj Wend will give you a Club at least, wlth lhe Highlund Baptists 75,000 vote as a 10-year subscrlp-ior will get up a Club for you horn Loili,v,n(,, over the week-end ' lion earns izo.vuu votes. The same among nis mends all other extended - sub- To The INibllc Assist your favorite to win. Uu- applles to scriptions. Remember the extra Value on ex tended subscriptions positively will ' appreolatd not be In effect on the last day of the' to the Contest Manager naming the HP of and drew a flfty-flfty decision. Tho g illies were staged ut Rlverslds . .. . . j w- I'ark. Hartford, and drew good Jl IKiK Till B.MAN SPEAKS expected support Is always doubly c..owda. CBe,.i:.iy the Sunday game. I AT BKAVEH DAM obhu your suuscr.puon Saturday's session wus a slugging Hun. Reubcu Oii'lllt. of Ceorge- Ito-.vn, fpoke t Fordsville Friday af- yiivded only 3 hits and fanned 14tenioou in the nterest Hf the dark men. His assistant was Dossett. tob uco pool. A large crowd was In Settle and Otllnger worked for the ' attendance and much Interest Mil.eanites, the southpaw allowing shown. Every business house closd 6 hits and whifllug 9 batsmeu. daring t lie period of the speech that Beaver Dam and Morgantown everybody mlfclit ulteml. play Sunday at Beaver Dam. S. O. Keown was niadi asslMinu . ccauly cii.iineau. Following the 'talk of Mr. Offuit, a number of grow ers signed contracts. Mr. a. a ! .1 ant Arizona. uni. :il Mrs. Alfred !'i !. M's A'd'i. an, Mr. ,i,n"o t'o'o., Wl'l JM1.' (I. !!i'-: l!,o- a. test which was won by the home: Judge I. II. Thurman, of Spring-j BAPTIST CllllH II SEUVH'HS contest, and no exception will bo candidate you wish to assist and she boyi 16 t0 14. pa,rott and Phelps ' field, spoke at the Opera. House In 1 made in any case, Hubttcriptlonw 'Neglected i'wlll b notified. Remember a 2- fyear subscription earns three times while ' the towns In the county as many votej as a 1-year. Give her have heen worked fairly welk-o'a 5-year or ( a 10-year If you ca.n rural routes have not been cal ' ' and you will probably create tho and hundreds of subscription ' ' winner of the $1000 Sedan, may be had for the asking hav j Out-Of-Town 8ubMribera VUS.CU ow. ji is a uuie more qim- cena in your renewal ror the old jn favor of the invadl rs. cult to work the rural territory, Vuf home town' paper. jGlve the votes Heaver Dam Out Of Luck a cenaimy is wner in results may to oue or tna contestants you will The Beavers Journeyed to Island .Ohio County farmers. A number of be '"'d' . flud in tbe list, qhlo County peo- Sunday where they put up a mag- growers signed contracts after the A canvass of every house, on the pie are scattered from Maine to Call- nlflcent offensive against the Is-'address. mail routes will yiel4 big results and. forula and many atill take the old landers, but to no avaH. losing 1 to If you wish lo win the big prise you home paper. A subscription coming .q. u was a fast and heartbreaking . will ba well repa'd for house-to- from the distant points . Is always game from start to finish." Stevens house canvass lu the county. (' highly prised. Send yoiir renewal pitching for the Oblo Couuty boys. (1 I. u y litihhu-d. ciiy last , . . Ve;"ri. I!o:ali :vrv Iiomi ..a. I '. .' .- ' at llica'-'s Kerry or; t!"e ai !:; . so::s of Jacob ami SiHaa Tivlor r-t d ceas. d. Tliey !..;t Ohio Cm--v .", ; ycarj ntn ruf v3 gj I. :le,l tiieir n.it 've heal; ;,. "J ilce' Boriili is im oM tl n . Iloe'.y M on 1 t .1 ill bet r lllll'ier tf v, :.. reputnilon In the west. The !r.:'M are n phews of the laie Mrs. Q. .'. ShauUs, and cousins of Mrs. Ha -bard. They v's't'.d i-ln:vi 'n Colorado. Wlrcousiii . ftul ,.; hi route li Oliio County am! will pi nil Horn now u:i::i O.' (:!,('! with relatlvM h" t. at Hmv -i- toiled for the Ohio County boys. 'Benver Dam Friday atteiuoon at Every member of tbe church and Sunday's game' was a much better 1:30 o'clock, In the Interest of tlie every follower of Christ who does erM'.itinn, but thn Majesties got off Dark Tobacco Co-Operative Assocla- not owe allegiance elsewhere, and to a bad start, which they wore nev-ition. Much Interest was manifested every Individual of our little city are oflth u al,laa In MimlaHiiil iVTiinrna Mntl Mil Ilia nrmlliinr ntnvpmuiil I, u lha wtt- .......I I .. 11 u I....1....I ... . , i Phelps were on the points for the rest ntatlve growers present. Judge Church services both moruliig and ty. locals ana me nuai couui was 10 inurnmn is iuuy conversant wltn evening. the workings of the Burley pool and RUSSKUj WALKER. Pator made valuable suggestions to the - , TOIIAtXtt RALLIES Mr. and Mrs. A. R Cr-ou r turn ed Saturday from an extended visit night: Bed a. with relatives lu Canada. Clear Run, Thursday Washington, Friday ulght; Saturday night. All tobacco raisers are urged to amount of attend. MISSION' BOARD Mirnv: The Mission Bourd of the 0''.i County Baptist Assoc'utlon mot ut the Baptist Church In Hartford e. terday morning at 10 o'clock. A goodly number of the brethrso wer' lit attendance and a consld -rub'cj Important business wa3 transacted.