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Subscription $1.30 Per Year, in Advance "' ih iwH w? iu m if nim IibWw t ly twi." .i7 Kinds Job Jrinthrj itu 1 . , t 48th YEAR. HARTFORD, KV WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 10212. TOBACCO FOOL BOOKS TO CLOSE OCTOBER 28 One More Effort to Be Made to Get Required Two-Tbirds Of Acreage Planted. i Hopklnavllle, Ky., Oce. 6. The books lor the Dark Tobacco Grow ers' Cooperative Association, now being organized, will' close Anally at midnight October 28, according to a unanimous decision reached by : the "district organization committee hpre this afternoon. This closing Sate is absolutely final and growers who do not sign by that time will not have another opportunity to pledge this year's crop. Also the reports made at that time will determine whether or not the organization is to become a reality, to do which It must have Louisville, Oct. 4. Jefferson pledged a mlninjum of two-thirds of'p0st, American Legion, has gone on enrs for cocktails. The federal agents who conducted the ra'd, an nounced that they found "a regular old fashioned bar, with a brass railing," and white-coated negro boys serving drinks. Following the entrance of 'the dry ngrnts, numerous thirsty visi tors, who had not heard of the selz uie, appronclied the door and plac ing their lips to the keyhole, ex claimed In hoarse whispers: "Let's take a boat ride." The phrase, according to the dry agents, was the password to Lie oasis. "The boat has sailed," rep' led a prohibition enforcement agent. . Information leading to the raid was given, It is understood, by a driver who transported the liquor. ' ONE KILLED; JBO UED l54.0je.DflD L8S. W vovn last orror.TM iTY ! 'JO SK..N TIIK M.KIK.i: y ill Charlie Peters Dies Instantly; 'Huge Purchase is Mads Bv R. J. tora Kcvar, okov msnken . Keynoitis; some 10 ue ' ship Seriously Hurt. Exported. Lexington, Ky., Oct. Fifty Bemuse of t'.w fm t Unit homo i l th iuntlc of WCt'tn Kentucky ' iiml Tennessee Iiml not Ix-en proper : ly o aunii'il, ttic t i lot- fur sinning I'lcilffra lull been rMciidrd mld I night, Oct. li.Hth. This will be nli ' solutoly tin last On)' yon will luiv". j tin- opportunity of Kiniiij. ) l A thrre in ii few sections of Mrs. W. II. Fei:on, ;7 rrs To SsicccfU vnaior Waiso;.. Gi Charlie Peters, ag 315, of Heaver Dam, was Instantly killed, his neck four million pounds or tniiacco were , being broken, Roy Blankenship, of sold lute today by the Hurley To Btdver Dam, suffered a double frac- bacco Growers' Co-opirat iveo , Asho-' tture of tho' jaw bone, lout several elation, through President and gen-, teeth and, was otherwise injured, eral manager James C. Stone of the I Rose Itevard, of Owensboro, rexteiv- Association to the R. J Reynolds To-' I ed a broken collur bono and body bacco Company, through its Ken-! i bruises when a car owned aud driv-'tucky vice president. T. H. Kirk. Cn liv Tllnnknnshln went over an The tobacco was sold nt tlin Ausnrln. This man said he had been promised embankment at the foot of Rutord tlon price for the Association $75 for his work, and got only H0.jhm at B))out 8;3U 0.cIo,k Tuogday grade,, president Stone said. Part of' the tobacco, it was :ild, was sold t The sale included practl- ,,.. M1SSIV(J KIim. LF.GIOX DKCRIKS 8MYKXA HOItllOU night, Oct, 3rd. Ohio County wliirli were not proper, ly worked mid there me ninny who desire to stun, IIk'hc niay do mt by slfitiliiii pledge iiml scnilinjr to mo niiliin the PMeuili'il tlino. ThiTO Is no ilmilit nlioiit the xur ei'NH of Uie pool, but you nIiouIiI Nin ami help inaku (lie ornimintlon 1M cr cont perfect well ni ttln. the Vtorlil you uie nut n lm kiT. T. H. IJI.ACK, (liinii., lliu-lfonl, Ky, record as opposing the atrocities It seems that Peter Rnd Blunken- for export. ship went to Owensboro, Tuesday cally tlie entire holdities of morning, and becoming intoxicated soclat ion, nL.I.A.I i.n . n .,-! i . I ' - I I'lint-u iur ncmu It'll unu Blliri-J . O.I tnr hnmA It la nnrl.,l ll.nl . h ! " " ISIIMS M Wl 1 the As- It Is reported thut the car was being driven at a very high MAKKH S1AIKKX TRII' the total acreage planted. At todav'a meetine the resorts u-hlrl, m-a howed total of 188,960 .errand demanded In resolutions I.Pt-j .;e1lI t'lS Sj: T,' oio.uuv, uie laiicr uc-uijs laigi-.jr co- i-ies:aen tiaroing 10 relieve tup . , ., Estes. left the local wtunf JIOMK AT IIKVXOI.DS timated, giving sixty per cent. Tnis nnditlnon. The Louisville Minis is regarded as a splendid showing, j terlal Association has called a meet but Joseph Passonneau, organiza-jing to protest against the govern tion director, told the meeting very nunt's iuactiou in the Smyrna affair, emphatically that estimates either j The' Legion post Indorsed the a3 to the amount signed up or the, $750,000 Memorial Association bond acreage In any county would not besue to be submitted to voters next considered when it comes to making month. Judge R. W. Bingham. 1 seat, uderneath. Itlankenship a wife and children. Peters beeriy married but was divorced sev eral years ago. He was a successful restaurant keeper. The girl was removed to Owens boro and It is reported will recover , lUunken.-ihlp wai taken to his home and 011 the following day went to u Louisville hospital, where he re , mained until Sunday aud is rapidly I recovering. The body of Peters wa.i conveyed to Heaver Dam Tuesday Jut re- l)OW(llMl k- Jiioico. n;u 1111: iuvui wioiri .Mummy l)a(1' of last wet-k on her maiil' ii journev 10 J!.YausviJie wun a small cargo on board. Alter being inspected and pronounced seaworthy she made the return trip with obout evi 11 tons of mixed fnii;ht. arriving at the. honiei port at. 10 a. P I twit Ihn Int. titlmi rf rin.t !... .u I final reports. Verified and accurate member of the Memorial Auditorium . ... . s ' ,,,:.,;, figures must be produced, for each Commlttw. explained the issue to ' UM1 ZiTZly and 'Ts rwldly 1,3 wi" '-" """ county, figures "that you can swear the legionalres. maliud until Sunday and is P'" , f , I I recovering The body of Peters wa.i I'orlll,K tlMI 1UM" 1,11 nine to, .he said j The resolution dealing with Turk-' c(,livt.ye(l to Ilcaver Dam TllsUllv lown tin. river to the Kllis Ice Coin- To .I7.!r!BP total' 'Sh affa'rS dec,ared thal the recent night and was burled at Liberty. 1 ny'3 CoaI Jrar,U at U,U I,li,0' un,il To get the flgmes as to the total nctg of the Kemallst army con8ti. We(,iea(lay afternoon I spring, when he will delver oil for acreage planted, each county Is to tuted menace to world progress1 n ,9 tI " two 811,v,volr,' tn0 Evui.sville Oil Co. along rM. msice a larm to iarm census, inis The. reBollltion a!so gtateg ,,,. was expected to do oone Dy tnis ...wpt Mrs. Pessle Newton, of Reynolds. Ohio County, appealed to the police e3ttri'.ay to help her find her 15-year old son Earl, who, she stated, had run away from her homo Monday! morning. She told Chief Lyons thut ! sin; had started the boy on his way! to school and thst the boy prot'st-il ' against having to go to school. Lat-. er in the day, she learned that he . had not appeard at the school house and. she gained the impression that 1 1... 1....1 . ....I., I.Ij u-nv in Ou'mi alw m. Saturday. It U . ,.'.1,..., 1.. ,., it' I in S?. AnKUsthw. Kl 1 1 I1C HOI nun 1 iui ur(i it, wuiv: wiling. : Owensboro Messenger, AVednisday, ! Oct i. I o-- TKAM IS KII.LKli itv 1 ai.i.im; tiiki: time with the figures available to- 'we! who took part In the World were still in nn intoxicated condl-'and I!()llf'1 riera. tion whon removed from the wreck. ' , war again are willine to back nn1 day, but many counties had been so our opinIong with acton andHhat busy soliciting contracts they had every , wh BlU)pol.ts tllis motlon only In a few cases taken the census. ; ,lle(lB(,a hmself to ,)frer lllg Bel.vlw ' Mr. rassonneau ana duuge bob- n,Q ..,1.i ..:.,. ... . rt n,.h.- both .trM,ed tl,' tended a family reunion at the home ... Biiuiuu a ran oe maue in carrying tact taat unaer no circumstances FAMILY HErxiOX A number of Ohio Countians at will guess work be restored to, not only for fair dealing with those stoning, but without control of full two-thirds of the crop the associa tion could not hope to do business successfully. Judge Bingham who instigated the organization and who ihas financed it up to now, also told the crowd thut "if we don't put this ovt this time, it won't be put ov er." But every committeeman pres ent, and there were about 200 here with Robertson county, Tenn., head ing the list with thirty, had no tears, but that the organization would be n go. I j ThlM District Over j From the first assemblage this morning every man said a few days more time would surely turn the out tlon. the proposals of this resolu- JIAItniXfi DKCI.IXKS TO KXTEIt POLITICAL CAMPAIGN IllAItTPOItl) HIGH SCHOOL J , INSTALLS lEAIHOI'HOXi; PtiMic Spltitiii citlf-ni of thi! cityJilonatil funds for the purchase a vi t ymiu uiiiui itu iidiiiiMii riia 'School. The set, which has arrived lis listed at $100. 01) but vt r.-iiuctou 'was given the school. Hiiinst of 'the inclinifiit weather a siicrissfiil :. New- Nasliville, Tenn., Oct. ell Sanders, Republican nomine? for I'nited Statej senator, today gave out a Utter from President Harding in which the latter- in declining an ll.lrl.ntl.... tn ..!.! I.' .. .. 1 1 1 . . iuiiwuuii .t ..oil xviii'Atuiu i r ib tlaugiiter campaign address sa)U: i "I do not think it is In havinony with good t-lhics for the president to participate in a canipagn diiring his incumbency in otlice." j The presid!.. also sugg"Mteti thut' if he made one speech in .my M.i:e he would be charged with grit partiality , if he did not maku one in of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Crawford their home on the Ohio River at the end of Woodford Ave., Owensboro, on day last wevk. Over 60 were pii iont and there was dinner enouarli served for twice that number. The'"'iaI ot U llow,!r 1:a-( "'" Ul'' K v occasion was a very enjoyable one. j CM- Thls y,'lHU'1 liu' '"'" Among those outside TJwensboro '"',lls ""' ,""'st B",t'o:i presuit were the following: Mr. J. '" '"st''" 11 """"Phone.. T. Moorman and family, Hartford; Mr. Willie Iiaynes and family, Ueav or Dam; Mr. Ad Frizzell, wife and Prentiss; Miss Mary Hell Wilson, Prentiss; Mr. Marion llay- A team of horses was killed near Ileflin. Monday of last week by i falling tne. Men were rutting tim Vr which was being hauled to a point on thu L. & N. R. It. and the driver was re-turning to the wood; for a loiid, diMilg tiie horses n- i t' a tret- b'-li.g cut. when tiie tree bv a puff of wind, or error in jnclgmi fit: fi ll In a direr' Ion contriy to thut i-xnected, striking and "ri;r-i' ii u Hi le..in Instantly. The ti;n- as o;u iil by Kii.ster Ralph of i". -a -ay. Ilid.'-re. but driven by anotle-i- ; in v. A la:n:i. C.i., O- j:rs VS'. II Felto.:, !i7 yiars old. of Cartersvillu, Ga., became tlio Crst woman num ber of the- I'nited Ktat.'s senate to day when she was appointed by Gov ernor Thomas W. liardwick to ft 1 1 the vacancy tniise-.l by th tlenth of Senator Thomas K. Watson until the election of a sueeesiior in Nn vomber. Whethr Mrs. I-'.-lto-.i will actual ly have an opportunity to qiia'ity and serve as a member of the sen ate is doubtful, for her succcsso will have bten elected wh-.-n tlUi senate meets in Dcf mlicr. , Jlrs. Ft -Ron is the widow of Dr. j V. H. Felton. of Cartersville. Ga.. i who served us a mcmbi r of coi press i for sevetal terms. Shi h Ions ! been active in G-.irgia politics. Sli j was n friend of the lain Senator Wat ! son ami i.i;priited Governor Hard ! wick in his ivcc-.it campaii.n for re I nominal ion. i Mrs. Feltoa lias a wide acquaint ance v itli leaders hi national u If air and in lilJl confivr. d with l'r s' dent Il.irding while he was visit iug prior to as suming the prosidi-iuy. At t lie same time Governor Hard wick anroumcl hN i-aiididacy to succeed S.-untor Watson, who d'cl hut week In V-'nshlngio.i. T:i primary will be held Ccioli-T 1". Mrs. F-'lton atinnii: ril 1h " accep:-nin-o of the appointmeiit. Governor ll.irdwiek in n .state ment said h" hi'd offered thu ap pointment to Mrs. Watson. . tit" widow of the '.a!.' senator, but "to 'my i.l-ep ti ml iea! re-frrel Mrs. u' .it son l.as ro!. V-.'y' 'i.fi.irni.::ior roTu'o'"Tliat ill he.utti ami ah version to the public htaiint: in I'.-r ow:i name rentiers I: iiupt-xsltile for hr--to accept." hkm kow i;i r i.s-'i: i voc know Aii)i:i:ssv I M Its. AV. S. TIXM.F.V KX- TKISTAIXS SIM I L ( l.t'U lies and famly, Booiu-ville. Mr., Walden Haynes, Ilarlford. HONOR ROLL Ind. trioK. f rom every secwon came re- oyeiy gtate wu),.e a Benator w. port-s of splendid sentiment and the b(1ng eietted and snch a program growers deeply Interested and sign- was wnony out of tne question aside ing readily. Counties which had from the ethUg jv0lved. not attained their minimum wert- m confident they would- do so In u , WOMKX WORK OX short time and those already over said they would niaterlaly Increase KOAIM IX KXOTT their figure. j Hlndman, Ky., Oct. 4. Three On the face of today's figures the thousand persous, residents of Knott j Green River district has 75.5 pr( County, turned out with pick and cent pledged; the Stemming d s- shovel and devoted Friday and Sat trtct 63.6; the One-sucker distr'ot j UI.,Iay t0 the upbuilding of the main1 40.0, and the dark fired distr ct 64,--couty roads. j 3, but as stated, tnany of the figure Whole. families took part, the vw as to total acreege were estimated men in many cases working shoulder Judge Bingham'i speech wa8 eu-J t0 shoulder with their husbands.! thuilastlcally received. He told the. women teuchers lit the Hlndman ' workers they are engaged in i war of construction and upbuilding of their sections rather than ot destruc tion. He told them they must com bat Ignorance, prejudice and selfish ness, the last "not alone In the dealer and speculator, but iu the Settlement School and in the Camy Creek commuuity blistered their Till. (Jrall . Lottie Hell Ueniiett. .Maudra Baize. Kajhryn Anderson, Helen Pirtle and Lena Ray Sosh. 8th. Crude Eluia Schlemuier, LiHiau Rono, Lorene Frazler, Lola Geneva Black, Nollie Grey Wilson, L.velyn Rhoades, P.euluh Mir.ton,. Ellis Roeder, Mortie Walker, Kenneth Brikhead and Otis Lcuclr. 3rd. (iiailc Hetty Riley ' Carson, Sylvia Wul Itico, Myrtle Bradshaw, Edwin Car penter, Dorothy Bradley, Neville York, Charlie Campbell, Samuel Loach. Franklin King, Willis Shultz, and. Beverly Miller. ', 4th. Giude Ireno Cox Birkhead. C. A, L?ach, Irvine Whlto, Grace McCoy, Louise i Mrs. W. S. Tinsl.y delightfully ' i Mtertalned the- Lad.es' Social Club ; at her home in Clay Strc:, Friday ! iifteinoon. Most of the members j iiti'l .Miss Tlielina Iteniu'.t, a guest, j were prei.it. Six Interesiing Karnes ! of progressive rook were- enjoyed laud delicious 'ices were served. Those present wt ro presented , beautiful lloral fators. Atiyune knowing the Post OHic address of any of the following par I ioj will confer favor to comniu ti iii i- with F. L. Felix. Ilartiord, Ky.: Lou Thixtoti, Roseita Cumin n.s. O'a May. J. J. Wakeland. Samuel V. Wakelaud, Kitty Loudon, Betty Faulkior, Mabel Brown, Marvil Brown. Jiu'.son Brown. Jno. A. Ruas. C. M. K.Js. Alice Reld. F. C. Russ. Ro.-ii Ciuimley. R. P. Russ, .Mary C. Luck, Dehner Kvcrilt Voyles, W. M. I The iniin-itij.' t I f row and .l r. ' so'i'niaize.l i: . 1 M.-lhodiKt I'iiu rsd.iy of Mi Churl-- Ciiiirch, ni no .'iiiai.-. lira' Hi - Ctiioiy. pastor, the ininieiliat'- f chosen fr eiui.- couple I' ll iiu.i.e. ding triji. wliich to Washing: on. WOMAN'S Cl.l ll MEETS WITH. M l!S. ). H. It. CAIiSON Overton. Jasper Maddox, Fannie OvV nierly ot .Narrows, is e;ton. Mary Nelson, M E. Ralph. 'bora's most popular also Sam Shrewsherry and Henry Allen, of color. An In tt resting session of tlio Wo man's Club was held at -the home of Mrs. J. H. B. Carson. Saturday af ternoon. A sketch of the lifu of Cluirloa Uicktvis and a number of selections from his works were read aud dlcussed. The Club will meet with Airs, Rowan Ilolbrook next Sat unlay. XOTICK Ait persons having claims againsi the estate of Charles PHers, de ceased, are hereby notified to pres"-! has superintended the cut same to the undersigned ad-' plantation at PatticvUI' i.-1 m.'r'il 'i lock. '. ir.ini;. Oiny i ami a f w -1--. T'. for a Wi ! niuili' a vis:: i'l'on their Ford, v. Hi . : d-i u.;'.iter l.'r.A.. f-.ir- e OT 1)1VI'!14- mi;; iadii s. and a successful teaelnr in the ;mb lie SchoolM of that city. The giouiu is tiie only son of lh" late 'I'iioma Butler aud Mrs, Butler and is oni of Ohio Cou ity's iiio.si proin.neut aud suceessfu! y. uiu tanners. S ile itis father's d "alii a few years avo lie large i'utler n turn tie y Ti:e briili of Mr. and will is Mrs. :i:it i :. will . n. i 1 e ide the e. A. I'.. a I Re; WosterBeld and Eveiette Park, I -. hands by handling picks and throw lug rocks. ' ! Roads leading up steep hills and , the side ot mountains were given mnra irvAiliiiil alnnA ' In nianv In-1 i&roivr. uu wjirtu m m m u stances me rouriie ui mv iuhu w . . vantage iu price this year. "We altered altogether to comply with niujit make mm iook io me years ahead and think of them if this as sociation does not go through, aud what bla lot will be then." ALL WHO WAX'T PROSPERITY FOIl OHIO COCXTV KHOl Ll AT TEND THE GOOD ROADS MEET ING HATl'RUAV AFTEKXOOX AT OVIXX'K AT X)IHT HOCKK HARTFORD. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ward ai 1 little son, of Owensboro, .Mr. aud Mrs. Ellis Hoover and little daun'i- I ti r. ard Mr. aud Mrs, Alva Kirk an I 1 little daughter, of Buford, spent Suturday night aud Sunday of last week in Hartford, as guests of Mr. aud Mrs. E. Crabtree. inia.lbtralor, properly verllled, on or before rk-rember 1st. 1922. Any one tailing to present claim by that time will bo barred from the. coliec tiou ot same. This October 7tb. 1922. A. E. PETERS, Admr. of the es statrt of Charles Peters, deceased. 41-41 May their iniMr'ninnial rant-r b tilled wltli hap;iliiesi and succ. s. II. A. M. CHAPTER CONI'L'RS i)i;t,i;i:i; and hoi.ds i i:sr Old City Hartford. lilQt'OR hEIZKD AT COXVKXTIOX New Orleans, Oct. ; ,8. -Liquor; mnriorn neiida. hki. .m. i. th. .n- FOR BALE Famous a .... 4i,a n.P nr if.,nii Restauraut. on Malu St Cf urty to wla the lour U m Uij Ky.. Including building, flxturet and Couuty Achievement contest being nut on by The Louisville Courwr- Journal and Berea College. new bun-Rosedale valued at $50,000 was aeised by fed-' KERIEH OP MEKTIXGH complete stock. Also my gulow residence iu the Addition. LONEY MINTON. . 42-3tp ' Hartford, Ky. eral prohibition agents here today Iu two hotel rooms rented in tbt ' name ot Bene Clere, secretary ot the AT NEW JJAYMI S i'HVRCH Dr. A. B. Riley aud sou, John, Prof. Wilbur Rhoatls and Mr. Cecil Heavrln spent from Friday until Sunday at a point near Rochester, fishing. They caught a number of tho finny tribe and altogether had a very nice out tug In spit of the Inch money of the weather. OCTOBER MARRIAGES The following parties have secur ed marriage licenses from Couuty Clerk Guy Runuey since Oct. 1st.: Clyde Burtlett, Hartford, R. 3. to Cova Kirk. Hartford, R. 4. Thomas Cotton, Olatou. to M,yrtlo Young. Olaton. Beiuurd Goodwlnu, White Run, to B, Eiubry, White Run. Dewey Young, McIIenry, to Bertha Hobiiy, McIIenry. Keystone Chapter No. 11' It, A. M., of tills city, couf .-rn.d t i' gree of Murk Master on four candi dates at an iuleiesting session, hi ct nl:,ht und paruuk of a luo-t d -!i-cious feast. LARGK IRISH POTATO Tlie largest Irish potato w-,'v seen wasShowu us by Rev. It. l. Be.,nttt, of this city. Saturday. It weighs 1-tb., 13 ox, anil was raised by him. The average size of the potatoes in his patch Is large, many others runuiug around a pound. After aiwndlnat her vacation w'th her parents. Miss Ora Hagerman, ot' Everybody cordially Invited Fred Heath, Horse Branch, to Tliera will bx servlcei at th local Eunice Rena Royal, Horse Branch. Methodist Church next Sunday. Sunday School 1:45 a. ; preach ing by pastor 11 a m. aud 7 p. m.j WILSON UASI1AM Rer Garland Kmbry will be Oraia Dealers' National assoc'ation, glu a series ot meetings at New Bay nogr thia city, returned Thursday, hich la holding Its annual national mus Christian Church, Monday nlgnt, t0 ji0,n,oni near - Nashville Tenn.,1 Irt. T, a .. V m h.B (a ' . f.MifL . . . . , t I Word hus been received here, an- pouncing the marriage ot Miss Dais 1ITJI ... . . .... t t k ' n iihuu iu nr, viw uannaiu, rau'u oavntion here. The - twiiud liquors, Inc'uded tul and persuaslr speaker and it It champague, coguac.' thirty-all sacks predicted that the services w.ll 4m containing bottled whisky, thirty productive of much good tor the barrels of beer and all tho ingredl-' cause ot Christ. IOXT yFOIUJKT THK MM)l of whom formei.,y 1,1,4 ln Dhlo I Oct.' 16th. Rev. Embry la ' a torce- wi,Me the will resume hor stud'e' 1AI liKKTIXO ' HATl'RUAV AV. Couuty( j,ut iu Nashvlllb Agricultural aud Nor mal Institute. She la taking a 'course as nurse aud hat comp eted oce year'a work. TKUXOOS AT HARTFORD. Mr. W. H. Unu, 'of Centertown, ' now lit Hull, Teyas. The wedding took place at Liberty, Texas, Sunday, October 1st. DITCH XOTICK Ohio Couuty Court. E. P. Barnard, et ul., vs. Notice, Motion for public ditch. Not lea Is hereby glveu that assessment ri.ll and stutemeLt cost have been filed of record In this action and the tame is set (or hear ing before the special Judge of Ohio County Court for October 1. 1!1. Cl'Y RANNKY. tll Cf was a pleasant caller Tueaday,- t 'Tha Hartford Herald, $1.50 the year 40-St Clerk Ohio County Court.