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THE 'HARTFORD HERALD
Subscription $130 Per Year, in Advance tmu i hhj inn, tu un r m i.tkm Unimtt it i t."
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HARTFORD, KY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1922
HERALD AUTO CONTEST ENDS SATURDAY
NIGHT, SEP. AT NINE OXLOCK SHARP
All PItpq r.ivfn Out
JUl KrlZeS UlVen UUt
Close Work of This
Each One of Eleven Prizs Winners.
Each Club Of $15.00 Earns 400,000 Bonus
Votes Give Your Favorite a Club.
Nine o'clock Saturday Night Is the closing hour. .
Subscriptions and ballots may be turned In up to that hour. If
you depend on mall or messenger see they reach this office by that
hour. . J ' ' ;
The time of the Auto Contest has any general statements made In
.been redu ed to a matter of hours these columns with reference to
and minutes as 9 o'clock sharp Sat- closeness of the race is made In the
urday pight, September 9th. Is' the way of an estimate based oh gener
" end. The Judges will start count- al knowledge gained by issuing
ing' after that hour and about one Votes and not as result of a count,
hour and thirty minutes latter they No candidate can secure knowledge
will render decisions and turn the of their opponents strength from 'any
various prizes over to the eleven source whatever and no one con
prize winners. If vote ballots or nected with the Herald will advise
subscriptions should fail to ' reach any candidate in any way, nor un
this office by that time they would der any circumstances give any
be lost as far as the contest Is con- opinion as to what they think might
cerned. twin the ar.x In other words no tips
ANYONE'S RACE ' 'of suggestion can be had by anyone.
The vote Is so close the contest Everyone must act entirely on their
Is a race in every sense of the word . own iniative, and may the best
A number of candidates are bunched candidate win.
for first place and right on the eve. Tlls 0n0 AVeek neci,!,.,,
of the closing more than a half doz- The results of this week must de
In candidates are so even there is c,e Winner cf practically every
practically no difference, among them. prizevoffered as. the race is so close
If the contest endod today there (or eaCD one of tnem that jU9t a m.
would probably, be a difference of ,ie good work at this time will met" I
not more than a dozen subscriptions
between the contestant winning the
Sedan and the on who held sixth or
seventh place in the list.
While the usual campaign bluffs
and stories to Intimidate weak
-hearted candidates have beon clrcu-
lated. they seem to have fallen flat!
and have failed to dampen the en
thusiasm of the workers, as most of
the candidates realize that really
formidable, rivals do not reveal
their plane and boast of them. Bluff
can win nothing and at the show
down Saturday night all bluffs will
snrivei up u a puucu.cu , ui
loon. rne .persistent worners win
win. The workers who push their
campaign with vigor up to the end
and organize their friends to stand
by them at the critical hour.
Result! Have Been Small
The outstanding feature of
contest is that no candidate
turned in many subscriptions.
IIIOUK'I UIO lUlttl duoiiubh milieu iu
by sixty workers has been entirely
satisfactory. It seems to be a race
among man, w.tu uu o uu...8 .,.,
it appears someone wm
win the car with a surprisingly
small number of subscriptions.
Finul Vote Offer
Each (15 worth of subscriptions
will earn four hundred thousand
(400,000) votes in addition to the
number each separate subscription
earns according to the vote table.
There will be no change of any
kind from this offer. Nothing new
or different In anyway
Vote ballots are given on all sub
sription payments. This Includes
renewals and new subscriptions.
(Collection of back accounts
considered as renewals.)
Price of Subscription .nd 1 Number
, 1 VZ ; Z lZa
1 year1, $1.60 earns 5,000 votes.
1 year1, $1.50 earns 5,000 votes.
2 years, 3.00 earns 15,000 votes.
3 years, $4.60 earns 25,000 votes.
4 years, $6.00 earns 85,000 votes,
5 years, $7.50 earns 60,000 votes.
10 years. $15.00 earns 125,000 votes.
20 years, $30.00 earns 800,000 votes.'
25 years, $ST,60 earns 375,000'votes.
' 30 years, $45.00 earns 600,000 votes.
I ' No Advantage or Information
There it no way
In whluh .any
er the others. Not a single person
in the world knows the standings of
.n.Au..l. .n nm will 1IIV nllfi
will any ona
it and named
know before tha Contest
bavt finished the count
the winners. -
Whll there Is a record at this
office of each ballot Issued, they ner-
r nava oeen taouiaiea ana never
win ue uuui mv suuioav
Even tha Contest Manager has so
exact knowledge of this point and
That Nicrht Ram Is C2n
I nat INIgnt KaCe IS &0
One Week Will Decide
flu.ces3 and anyone win 'alls
nlBite the most of this last
may expect to be outdistanced hyiMl's- Milton Barnard, Centertowii,
I some of the more ambitious jcandl -
dates who will work with energy Miss Jessie Hicks, Echols,
dulng the few remaining days. 'Mis3 Marie Brown, Beaver Dam, R
Complete Your Club 'ilia Bessie' Ashby, Centertowii, R-2,
. ,,,,,',,, nBrm ru,J Miss Edithe Tatum. Simmons
to remain uncompleted will be ab- Miss Vera Rhoads, Beaver Dam, R-l.-solutely
throwing away their Mrs. Maud Everly, Centertown, R-l,-
chances of success and no candidate Miss Myrna, Graves, Echols
who wants to be listed with the Miss Ludle Taylor, Beaver Dam, R-.
winners Instead of with the "also Mrs. If. E.Eudaley, Ceralvo
ran's will allow a few subscriptions
stand In the way of secur'ner the
,)onug of 400 on0 yotes
The race for the district prizes Is miss Madalene Rowe, Equality,
among, so many and so close thatyjilss Ki03Sie Thienee, McHenry,
failure and success will be separated miss sWi0 crabbo, Cromwell
in many cases by Just a few sub- Mis8 Miiry Etiei Everly. Ceralvo
Bcriptious, possibly three -or four. :,isl,. r.lvmlemi Chinn. Beaver Dom.
The DistrictPrizeg are handsome
and valuable and aside frpm that
what person wants to come to the
close of a race and be one of those
Thfira.9 reag(m whv vou
giouM fal Yqu n(Jed -JuMt - few
gui)SCripti0ns to put you In the
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you will make a real effort during i
; the few remaining days. j
Out. of Town Report
Candidates must have their sup-
pun ' 11 c icu ui viio uiuco uy 1110
HKItR th offlcB ' hv tha
closing hour of the contest. Out-of-
twn people who wish to send In sub-
sriptlons Saturday after there Is no
opporunity to ,et them here ou
time by mail may telegraph the
names of the subscribers and send
the" money by telegraph. No votes
. 1 ,
will be Issued on any' subscriptions
unless the money accompanies the
subscriptions. You couhl telephone .
or telegraph some friend In Hurt-
ford and have him turn in the sub-
gcrlptlon. ...d money and then you '
'CUld ren,U' t0 h'm-
i ljlu -w.. , I
LaMt Free I'aiier
The paper has been sent tree to
each contestant during the contest,
I but this is the last one to be sent.
' If you haven't taken a subscription
for roUgelf better send it In as you
wm probably want to see It come
eacB weei from now OI1(
tUatements Mailed v
Many atatemenfB havA neen mall-
to subscribers as many ;bav
... i.a At-A v.. .,.,.,1
Rfvu fcv. uq mvi.ou s,..v
on the subscription; A number
have been sent to people whose sub-
anplntlnna diva nn nulla nlrH
scrlptlon hav not quite expired.
not in the way of asklng-them to
pay ap before tba old subscription
ha. M..l 1. .. . A 1 . I,.H 1.HAU.
nas run "out, out to let tnem Know
when. It runs out so thsy can decide
whether they wish to renew now
ana assist on oi ins canaiaates. it
m nuiaii mut i unciiwn uut
your subscription may be the on to
bring a $1000 Sedan, to on of the
. , . '
candidate. Send It to this office or
give It to a candidate.
It you are behind on your snb-
. acrlptlon better pay up while you
lean. do a candidate a good turn. The
Herald has carried many of the
Recounts for . year or two In good
Iith and now ,t t a ,etn
ment from those who are behind. I now w"' the 'd ' their Per
Send it In before Saturday and name "duality and their experience in
your candidate, or give it to a can-j helping you to marshall your sup
dldate. I Port ,or rousing finish and for
Everyone Invited To Closing ( SUCCESS. j
The candidates and the public it' v IH"' Ik . , :
final count at the Herald Office Sat
urday ' night. The results will be
known shortly after ten o'clock Sat-i
urday night and all prizes will be
given out that night.
All the world loves a winner.
Who wants to be a failure? No
Win a prize. Win one of the'
Eleven Prizes. You can do It re
gard'.ess of how little you have done;
In the past. The race is such that
a good report this week will mace
your campaign a success. Do a lit
tle work. Organize your friends.
Be a proud and happy winner.
Organized Effort Helps
You have friends who want to
see you win, but they probably have
not taken time to learn Just how
they can assist you most. Let
them know the value of long term
Standing of Contestants in the Auto Contest.
District Number One
Miss Goldia Austin, Beaver Dam
Miss Mary Elizabeth' Ashby, Mc Hen
Miss Gertie White, Balzetowu
Miss Mary Jane Fulkerson, Echols,.
Miss Magdalene Ranuey, Select,
Miss Mildred Stevens, Beaver Dam,
i M 188 Wood, Rockport, R-l
'Ml89 Loifl t-'hinn, Beaver Dam, 11-2,
Miss Mary Ilendr'ie, Rockport
Mrs. Horace Taylor. Beaver Dam,
Mrs Bernlco Calloway, Mollenry,..
Miss Cozle Addington, Equality
Miss Ollie Shephard, Prentiss
Mrs, II. B Martin, Centertown
Miss Myrl Tipton; Rockport
'Miss Hazel Bennett, Beaver Dam...
Miss Golda French, Prentiss
Mr3. Ellis Sandefur, Beaver Dam, R
Mrs. Vera Faught, Equality, . .
District Number Two
Miss Ella Crowe, Liyermore ,
Ksr u- lwelllleu' wameru, -
Roger D. Tweddell, Hartford
Miss Amanda Han, ronisvuie,
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Miss lone Lee, Olaton, R-l, ,T.
Mrs. Carson Duncan, Barretts Ferry.
Miss Kuby St. Clair, Horse Branch,
Miss Ellen Boswell. Narrows, R-2,.
Miss May Howell, Horse Branch,
Arthur Rice, Horse Branch,
Mrs. Paul Murphy, Narrows, R-2
Miss Lucy A.. Smith, Horton , 310, DO')
Miss Nancy Moor, Olaton, .... 109,700
Miss Elizabeth Davison, Barrett's,,,,; 310,100
0 wht ar,fordi
Ver.1. Newconib. Hartford
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i Miss Heleu-Amella Baruett. Hartfofd
Miss Wilds Chlnn, Hartford, Rj 2
Mrs. Cora Renfrow, Owensboiu
Mrs, -Mae Coleburn, Hartford, R-l,
Miss Mary Harrison, Vtica, R-2,
IURTII RATE IS 1)K( LINING !
AXD MORTALITY INCREASING
wauhfnirtnn Rent s ThA . h rOi
rat is decllulhg and the death rate
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auuivuaiiiB, pvt.-uiu.iia iaoa
made public by the census bureau
covering the first part of the year,
n'h l.l.tfc I.. Dl.lu.
The birth rata In the 8tate from
which caniparattv figures were
available showed an average of 83.8
.U kA..anHJ 1 . I . . V. .
lor eacn thousand people to the
first three months of 1123 againstj
25.3 In 121 while , the mortality1
average in tna registration area in
( uistrict .'Nuiiiix'r xiiree
vuv nm uiianar idis year was 1.1
against 11.1 lu the same period last
subscriptions. Phone, write or see
every good friend and ask him to
help you organise matters for the
finish. You will be surprised to
learn how staunchly they will stand
behind you If you
point out the
ay- Some of your friends have
8iu poici names ana unow now
'to organize the forces. Let them
I iwujoiuucrr lilt) uiUBius uour is
NINE O'CLOCK, Saturday NIGHT, !
Sept. 9th. Right on the dot of the
i hour, not moment later, see that
i you are inside the office by the
stroke of the hour and then you
may turn in all the subscriptions
.A Mammoth Array of Awards Worth
a nmall Fortune
GUAM PRIZES ,
Latest Model Chevrolet Sedan
Three Wardrobe Trunks
Three Dainty Gold Wrist Watches
Three Chests of Silverware
Ca.;h awards in the form of com -
mission for ALL who do not win
one of the eleven prizes, if they have
be-'ii active throughout the contest,
makir.g a cash report each week.
t 310, SoO
3 10, SOO
Echols goiyu ktkonu
Echols Is ' loyal community and
u-l, it. k .... a va nn..nAH...,j i,
stirred to action. Its candidates are
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uuiKiiiK a uoiormiueu race for ine
$1000. Sedan In the Herald Contest
and some say every man will be
A ill .... ' ,i...i . ,.- ... .
found pulling for their favorite In
this good natured tug-of-war. Buck
your favorite Echols. (Turn your
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subscription In this week )
Profs. Clyde Taylor and Long, of
Llvermore, motored over to .Hurt-
lora Daiuraay and looa dinner Witll
Prof. Taylor' sister, Mrs. Howard
Ell's aud Mr. 111.
The three gentlemen nunitil
below will art 'an JudKe at the
filming of the Herald Auto
Content, Saturday niuht at 0
o'clock. They will verify the
rcroisls and make a complete
ranvaiM of the reserve vote
turned in, adding name to the
publishes! MtaiidinR in the
paper, and name the eleven
prize winner according to
C. O. Ill NTEIt, Hurt ford.
JXO. II. RKNMtOW, Narrow.
M. V. CHIMLKY, McHcnry.
, MANY COUNTIES SHOW
LAItGK At 'UK AGE PLKIKJKI)
Hopklnsvllle, Ky., Sept. 5. Six
enmities. f.nenn. Tmlr! Trier.
' Brecknrl(Ige ,, Hancock, in Ken-
tucky and Montgomery In Tennessee, nilssloners appointed by Speaker
have already secured their two- James H. Thompson, voted for Mtir
thirds signup to the Dark Tobacco rny. The three commissioner -Growers""
Co-Operative Association pointed by Lieut. Gov. S. Thrusto'i
and are still working to Increase Ballard, Alex G. Barrett and Ju'W
this. Breckinridge county says Arthur Peter of Louisville, arid J
I they will put It to 100 per cent.
j Several other counties are push-
I ing their total upward steadily and
are npproacliliig the two-third
mark. Among these are some of
the large! tohpce.o producing coun-
' til's "ie ''Strict where it is natur
i ally a blpger Job to secure the re-
I quired acrejipe than it is in the
! counties which do not produce no
AmiiiiB these larger counties are
Christ !a n which has about 1 1,000
; acres pit dneil at last reports; D.i-
viess witli 8,:il3 acres; Crave wiiii
' 9.4SO aeie; Todd with over S.00O
acres; Logan with about It.nuO;
AIontKi.uieiy with over 12.000 nc
r.'s; Other counties which are mak
ing lii.e progress arc Robertson and
I other Tennessee counties. Warren
!aud the counties through the One
sucker li."it; Henderson ar.d the
MeCi-Leiiin and tho W'c,
tr'.c.t cnii'ities; Caldwell and
ccuniles through that section,
fact, the siiTiiup !s Fpordliig lip
over the Black Patch.
t HUtKV CP CEXTKItTOWN
CcutPrtown is one of the livest lit
tle cities in the county and many
are waiting to see. what kind of a
showing it wil 1 make aganst ihe
jollier towns of the county in the
; Herald Content. Come to the front
Centertown. Stand by your tandi-
dates and be a winner. (Your sub
'. script ion will he'.p. )
H UU I OKU S( iiOOI.S 1IAVK
j Al'SI'K l()l S OI'KXl.Mi
! IIuriford High and Graded
Schools. hail a very auspicious open
i ing, Monday morning. An excep
tionally lar.;e nuiuhcr of pupils
I were enrolled and Quito a few pat
I rons, former students and othnr
jvisitors were preset;! for the exer
cises. t The program consisted of devo
tional exercises conducted by Rev.
jT. T. Krazicr; song, America. by.
the school; uddresses by C. O, Hunt-1
t or, Secretary, Hurt Cord School
board; W. R. Carson, member Couu-j
ty Board of Ktlucutlon; Miss Mary
i.Maiks. Sopi . rlntc nd lit of the
school, and L, G. Barrett. '
I HOW AliOl'T IT SIMMONS.' !
I When Simmons throws down the
gauntlet its opponens are in for a
: merry chase and Siininons has hoist-
ed Its battle Hag in thin big. good
juaturcd buttle of ballots. Simmons
lis one of the.thriving and prosperous
sections of Ohio Cunty and its peo
, pie are loyal ttml clever. Men of
Biiumoiiw te loyui to your lavorne
i daughter in the raco and bring the
j Herald Prize Sedan to your enter-
prising town. (Your subscription'
may be the winning one.)
The Citv Council of the Citv of
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xtariioru, iveniucay, will on or ue- ,
fore October 1st , 133. receive- ,
sealed bids for the construction of
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pavemeut iu suld city, in accord-
auce with Ordinance- passed Aug.
14, 1883. All bids must be accoui-
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panled by certified check for 10 oer
cent of amount of bid. Said Coun-'
cil reserve the right to reject anyj
and all bids. In Its discretion. This
Aug. JlSt. 123.
L. H. BISHOP, Clerk,
WHAT WINS Ifl FiGHT
! F3B hew mm.
Commission Adjourns in Dead
; lock Over Eastern Kentucky
Frankfon, Ky., S"pt. 1. Mum
won out In the selection of the site
for the new Western Kentucky
State Nrmal School at the meetiti;
of the commission held In Judg
E. C. O'Rear's office here today. The
vote stood five to three.
Chairman O'flear, Sherman Good
paster, secretary of the Kentucky
Jockey Club; former Senator
Thomas A. Combs of Lexington,
County Judge E. W. Senff of Mt.
Sipi-Hns- and Runrnscntatii. tir
Swallen' ol Prestonshurg. the corn"
L. H.iinian of Bowling Green vo e !
deadlock over the
hool and no s!at:nev,;
was made a : o ho-v ti:e r.ir, :
- voted In the nineteen ballots takaa.
it ! iniiici";too(i tnnt t!ie Mt; ;:
I'maily ic.-o'vi'd iise'f into a divi;ii-i
bewa il .Moieli'ad and Paiiitsvil! .
f'-nr of t he c .nun. .s ;onei-s :: i .- I:i I
by the Speaker
Morehead and '
probably voiinv t
those a ppolntei!
Governor, and P.
reseniative Wa!len, who l.vs tie: ,
ataiiding by the Sandy Valley w ii -
t!:e etli'cationnl snvvty s-, i,l
school should be located.
West I.ilMTty Gets Votes
It is reported. Iie, tiei! a. i
time. West Liberty received rv. )
votes. Chairman O'Kenr had op-
'.y a.ivoiatvd tae selecl ion o:' V -:.
Liberty. I.uuisa also received sov.'.'J
A lurrfe deli Ration was li .
day from West Liberty but :
Morehen l I epresi nt.i' ives v:-. :
ju'esui.t a;:d .Moi'ekead peopl" -..
pies no doubt that they will ge- )
live va.es l:eci'sai'y ;.i choice.
C'oaiiiuuu Kaiuey T. Wei's of )
State Tax CoinmisSioa, w.i ; on i;a : 1
lookit:, lifter the iiitere.i.i m -ray
up to the time ihe i-onimis-.. i
entered into executive .e.;: ..
i'l'.nceto.i a:si Had a ! u
lutives on the ground.
Aiui'iay .'liiis, "j.-. t
x ti. Ih
l'i li ;::.J J u,
.1 i i'iii'.iui:ti
unisi c.iuvey the
a ifi of l.i. :d or ;
of $ l'lii.oie, i- i
commission as to the purity e.'
sniliciei.cy or its waier si:p:-'.v
meet such o'lur rcqtiireui ':: i s
may be Impus.'d l- tV.' coin : ; i i .-. -:
Xeue of the TTasteru contesta;'.'
have been dropped from eonsiil r
tlon and it is probable that befe:
the c'.nunisiion mee:s again sm
ccmpie'e data :'iioiu the vai:.--towiu
will be collee'.. d.
I l .ll .li i) WILL 'I I I I.
( welisliern. Ky., Sept. .".-Uu-!
i'ioro mei e'.nnts w il ! asked t. i
.-how t'.u'r interest in the Dark T
bll'CO G fX 'S 'M'V-"l,;t',v.. Ve- .-'.-tlou
by iLsj. laying in tV ir .
windows a carj of einlor.- aiej:' ;'
the orgai.lznl ion. This plan !vt
lietn followed in many o:i n- to-.v i
throughout the dark district
splendid le-ults and equal'y
good are expected here.
Semu of the merchants hear',
of the proposition, voluntarily !
ed fir the placard.! and display
,n,,m allll ,llM ,.,.sl Rre ,,XplH.ttfj t,
act.ept them promptly when ;-.n
proached by the committee.
HAIZETOWV OCT TO WIN
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noiuing us own in me race tor tit
In the Hartford Herald rou
nd It is reported the good folk
"Oni mat SeCtlOll are gOlllg tO
oott thelr c.nudatJi " ., Li
(Selld lu your Iblmloi. and t
OV NKVKR CAS ' TEH.
when a hall storm Is comlii'
cannot prevent them but
; writ you a policy that w
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