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THE HARTFORD HERALD
Subscription $1.50 Per Year, in Advance Com, iti tmi t i hUj wri.. iu im r iii um Uni n iy B.ct" -AW Kinds Job Printing Neatly Extcnten. 48th YEAR. HARTFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1922. NO. 11 DIRK TOBACCO P03L OVER TOP; SIM REQUIRED More Than 75 Per Cent of To ' bacco Acreage Has Been Secured. TAVO CANDIDATES Ben Johnson ' lit Opposed For Con gress Ey Mr. Woodruff, A Ik-aver Dam Coal Miner The pooling ot the tobacco in the Ben Johnson was In Lelteh field Tuesday on a trip through the west-, em counties ot the Fourth District. I It has been said Mr. Johnson has. do, opposition in his race, but this is an I error. A Mr. Woodruff, Beaver . T-l.. ... I. .1 I .1 .. . (1n rnfmnK. Green River district is an assured " u"!u'u""' """ Laoor lionet, i ne uuzeite una ueeu tact. The percentage will be above seventy-five per cent tor the five counties' ot Daviess, Breckenrldge, Hancock, McLean and Ohio that comprise It. The committee worked till a late hour last night tabulating the returns, but even then did not complete its labors. At, 11 o'clock lust night there was a total of 32,191 acres pledged out ot a total ot 43,360 acres planted. Th'ls is 74.2 per cent and at that tjnie there were many pledges that had been signed butnot taken into consideration. Report- By Counties The report by counties as far as . the Returns have been compiled shows the following figures: Ereckenridgo Total acreage In county 3,700; Acres pledged to tha pool, 3,6t)0, Percentage U7. Hancock Total acreage in coun ty 3,770; acres pledged to the pool 3,097. Percentage 82. ' McLean Total acreage in county 8,500; acres pledged to the pool, 7,000. Percentage S2. i Ohio Total acreage in county, 7,400; acres pledged to the pool, 5, 100. Percentage 68. -- Daviess Total acreage iu the county 20,000; acres pledged to the pool,.13,400. . Percentage 67. i Total for the district Total acres planted 43,360; acres pledged to thu, pool, 32,191. Percentage 74.2. i TO Per Cent in Daviess Whila the pledge in Daviess coun ty are shown to total 13,400 acres the campaign managers stated they had a stack of signed contracts in their hands that had not been taken; Into consideration and that theyi were confident that the total for the. county, wten he pledges were check-J Miss Lena Oma Ward, of the No ed Xonday would reach 14.000 acres Creek community and. Mr. Odie D. and bring Daviess county up to , Harper of near Hartford, surprised seventy ner cent and at the same . their many friends by going to Jet- informed that Mr. Wootrult Is a1 blacksmith at the Taylor coal mines j and his name has been placed on the ballot by petition. Just why this! party of socialistic tendencies should call themselves "Farmer-Labor Par-j ty" or why they 'believe the farmer ) and labor' interest is identical has; not been explained. ' The farmer is a producer while! the laborer is a wage earner solely i and a buyer of farm products. There-; fore their interests a,re not common. I The fact that this party has Btated ! in its party orsan that they are outj for thb overthrow of both the Demo-; crnttc and Republican parties and j the inauguration of a socialistic ! form 'of government, 1 not calcu lated to draw pny large suport from either Republican or Democratic party. Tha fecent railroad shop men's strike and thocoal strike es pecially, have hot put tho average voter's mind in a favorable attitude toward voting them Into political power. There Is no reason why tho farmer should vote for a coal miner when Mr. Johnson Is a farmer who owns and operates a farm and hits a bet ter oportunity to know the farmers' needs. While it is absolutely cer tain that Mr. Johnson will be tho next representative from this Dis trict, It would not be n bad idea for all, regardless of party, to register their disapproval of Bolshevik ten dencies by making Mr. Johnson's vote the largest ever cast for him. Leltchfiold Gazette. WARD HARPER ATTENTION! DEAR SUBSCRIBER WHO HAS FORGOTTEN: Please notice the label on your Herald today anil If It show Hint jour tlmo lias evplred, won't )ou kindly' remit In exten Mon of your Miliscrlptloii. Wo viilim your piitn.nnge, hut, a. statcil In a--li lusuv, subscriptions to this paper are payable in advance and wo have, decided to literally observe this i-ulo from this date. Wo take this action only bemuse of the un warranted extra expense entailed In sending the paper to ilelln-' iieiit subscriber. In most Instances, we Im-IIi-vc, HiTcuiuges will be paid, but future hopes meet no pay rolls. Consequent ly THE NAMES OF ALL PERSONS ON OCR MAILING LIST WIIOSE SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE Mir PAID I P IN ADVANCE, MILL T.E DROPPED ON THEl.TliI. OF THIS MONTH AND FROM THEN ON TWO WEEKS AFTER THE EXPIRATION OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. We trust you will continue our pleasant relationship hy iv. Hewing your subscript Inn within the time lniliintc.il ami we will endeavor, us ever, to give you full valuator your money. If you llnil thut you lmve not been given proper credit on your label for subscription payments, please communicate Willi us and we will K'-tdly riM-tlfy ;iny mistakes. With best wishes for all tiur subscribers', the faithful S2 percent who are jmIiI up, as nfll us those v.ho are goiuis to "get right" in a few days, wo rciiuiii Gratefully yours, THE H.tRTFo!;:) MKJJAI.D PUBLISHING CO. Hon. Ben D. Rltigo, of Owensboro, was in Hartford on legal business Monday and paid us an appreciated call. FflSCISTI WiLL fobs Mr. J. Leslie Hagenmin, of Cen tertown. Route 1, was in this city on business Friday and paid this offle a v.'oli'omo visit. IMG'S FLtS l i Mr. W. H. Southard, of Prentiss, j was a pleasant caller, Saturday. Whllo here lie renewed his allegi ance to the Herald. .Monarch Yields to Demands As Salandra Refuse? to Un derlain Task. ' Commonwealth's Atorney Glover H. Cary, of Calhoun, was in at tendance at the special term of Circuit Court Monday. Koine, Oct. 2!). Tile Kin,- has tailed on Iicniio Ai insulin!, lender ot the Fascist! to form ,i Cabinet. SUtur Alu.ssolli.i is lio.v on bis way u Rome, The Cioriu.l'.- di Roma, a li;:u,i: Fascist! organ, uiniotiiic-s .-Ji.-r.ur ; Mr. Guy Kar.ney and lannly spent Saturday niulit mid Sunday with i Mr. Ramicy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 C. W. Kan:i--y, o Sele. t. j Airs. S. T. Tlai nett ias returned j from St. i'liarles where she was the lEif't of h-r bro'uer, Mr. T. W. .'!;) , v.-1 in ha.! b-.'-r. (;:il!" ."1. .M-issoiir.i will til-' Miin-st l i,:t t. Hi interior tur Later, tin; i-i ti-u.-t foreign elli eel diplomat t"., iu perou.iiiy tak.; o-. .L A. .in; ti. .tii.i i'.s lu ;t; Ola aper .ic a. nee if. lie- eC90000 O 3 f n 3 .. o I Airs. 3 LOCAL DASHES Olgn .t ii tj f. j O O O U fj '. O O - 'j '. i fi r.riug us your $:?. Tom prices ' 'r pu'd. WILLIAMS k TAYLOR 41-2t W. E. Ellis, city, of her brmlier, Air. i.lei ot i'i.; W. a. CI;, l.e lio.i: Air. T. L. Lloyd, oi nn appreciated visiior. ..trrcws, was Thursday. Ir. Joe A. T;r.e, of Ham pu. h-i:-v'd the ri.'.stauraiu s ii: . r. es oi L'ili'i'l.'S I eU'I's, ( u. i.L..ver Dam. .oek i Li-oi.iHi.ies 1). partnieiu M.irtfor.l ILmIi S'liuol ':;ve a de- ii'. , la '. i.ini;. Ani'.ini; 1 i.:v ,..s a si,U.ni!i.i !'.-oraf:. i,sr-;(,o! l.i.i l.ll'.iOiilu.il.' :i:d Rabdns, Dotes end Currstnis at 44-it Yi'ILLIAARS & TALOR'3.l ! Atr. James F. Gil'e-pio lias been toniiued to bis room the past few days, with Illness. . M. Y";!.li. j- ;:f C: In r Co., will pat. Ii n'. a. -.vALL.Vv-E. . 1.0 ii G.uase on Saturday, X; fi-ciu 1. I'-'H'ti. iu. to 4: :.! Rub- tttl-e. hp. .11 iber :r.. i All Alesdanifcs. C. E. Smith and O. T, Burns were in Louisville, Aloiiday j and Tuesday, shopping. 'Tim Apples, Cranpes. Grapefruit, Col-1 t( . ery and Cranberries at i 4i-2t V.'ILLiAMS & TAYLOR S. s. George Wal'.iu.Al'ord, cf Cy.i j. ivy., arrive-1. i:i Uarl.'ord tduy afternoon, to s: iul ever ys with her' a uii-'.-.ier, Airs. C: eavria, r.:ul Air. ileavriu. Air. j-R. Riley Fair, and ; i iai't fori.. erta-ia. Vrs. Air. '::va.:--'i'..!' : i ia :e-s (.'euiit by inn: I:.,'': i !'ul ;-s. V,. :i. !: Ini ibl'l'silter, ill Ilowvll A. OS.-! lol io v. s : iliiist. r .Mini;.' ! or .e K,-,-i; . nor i'arainr ii.'y, Se-v.or iin.il: i; . ; A;i!,;-t.-r e t: . ..-. Jiii. 11-.- Gi..-r .-.d,i.i ii- i. nil ;lr- i.. i..i!:.i- a::-! will a: ; .Mini.- i i - st..-;. i . ,i.nr Am: Jiare, n k Tli. r ear to the -.lay i.j'i lie t.-! Willi tll.il- ei .liaw, ii- S tii u i i y, ! w;ei inaiii; d n. ost de- il .sal.. Messrs. ' Glenn Barnes, Jnmesl Glenn, L. T. Riley, 0t'-n TTrnwii and Rojs Taylor were in Owensboro Friday. A. Whiiu-y, of t!ie Caroja Ru:. bi r C'u., wi'.l patch all tubes PR Ell t YAl.LAr K. TAYLOR fe .MORRIS' Gura,-e on Satiiriiay. Xovenibfi- 4th. from i0:0ii a. m. to 4 : 0 p. in. - -U :; i A'rs. : liar; fold l li:.. wit soiii-- t.ra exenn !i da. true i: nt ie iu i .is c-.ieV I.. Satir.-iliiy. j o h:- ! --. iu ' ihey will r :-r,-iv.-il -Miiinp his i i 1 ;.- alaiil liei'i 111 Mr. for le a Rev. R con, 111., Mr. and A. Fielden. of Mt. Yer apent Saturdii y niKht with Airs. Pen-.l:etj:i Hudson, time carry the average percentage "-'"""'"- u"1"- V( tor the district to more than seventy-j 21st.. and being married. . five pr cent ' Tho brida is a dausllter o Mr Rev- K- A- Fielden, of AH. Vernon. As the managers were giving out 'and Mrs. E. C. Ward, and Is an estl- IllinoLs. spent Friday night and Sat the results of their tabulations at U "nd vovlur young lady. The urday with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Crey. o'clock last night, word came from Boom is the son ot Rev. and Mrs. ot Tnylor Mines. Claude Alvey that he had Just sign- K. T. Harper and Is an industrious , ed up for the thirty-five acres on his and popular young map. He gradu-, Mrs. E. P. Forman was the gi.e.u " " iated with the class of 1921 from the 0f her won. Air. Rollie I). Forman, aIThe campaign managers were ' Hartford High school, and is now ad family, ot near Narrows, from greatly elated and the office of the engaged in teaching at Alexander. Wednesday until Saturday. k ., ..,in Broom's parents. Hartford ure tho parents insure tne su ce ' '"- e"-We extend our 8,ncere congratu-'born at 1:35 a. m din To a sut;,;;;; u,r - Chalrman.for Ohio wen. u.1""" When you ne d a It promptly. I ;-m loiiti you mon-. y at' a forest on farm land-i. laii you want iu position t; low ratu of i:i-42-4t visiiini; obi iri.-li.ls, until today wh-.;i tbey will r.-turn to Loi;I.vI'.l..-wh-re -h-.-y liav-; .--pi lit several wei-Iis as the frue.'ts of tlietr daughter. Air.;. C If. Kniskeiii, at-.d ..!;-. Kniskern. From tin-re they wMl so to Wavt-.Uu- AI. T. PARKS, Hartford. ton to visit their sen, .Major D. Felix, belore rei nrainn lio-aie in Miami. Fin. l(HU-l:e. to their Mrs. George Owen and three chil dren, who have been vb.ltillrf Aits. Owen's iiiotlu r, Airs. Annie iJerry nian for the pa:t week, have return ed to their homo in Gii'iertsville, Ky. AMIS. .si:ia KSI FR S'iOWN VR TI.M OF PXFCMOMA tho parents of a boy. Thursday Oct. He has been chrlatened Eldon Airs. Ed Johnson and foster sou. Air. Garland S'ol'i-r, of Liveruiure, were the gue.sis f the tormer's sk ier, .Miss Al'imie 11 'iinett, Monday atid Tuesday. Aliss P.euuett ano.a punied tiitin home for a short visit. ae .-nise,!. i ,;,.,r r. . ill i.f s . 1 1 1 1 ' i . i. . i iory. Deputy ('Musi', situation tliis i.,o era Italy had ! e.i ri -t of the eoaai ,y eisti oiuiiiiiti:.-i! (U)UMii. (all r lie!: the towns iu iia .iii The Fascist i had i drome at Ku-4Kia. hria w. re in irei A seml-o: sella, U iona! .', par'.iculiii ly ; tor Kin:'.'.;.-!-!' The slat- :n -i exception of dents of an Dene IT, lea aav .Ta lii; : ii. ial i-tat l.l. Oi'S eil" i r purr - 1 had b -ei: ii i ail !- d liial i ia i -:il. ti.iiir.;io'.-t.iiii :t i t I-. .h v l. .1 d ia i l.a-.-a. r the coiititty was absolutely traa. ,: and the Cabinet iii.-is as ii.iie.u iug a solution. T. H. Black, County, the number of acres now pledged is 5200 out of a total ac reage of 7000. This brings the amount of pooled tobacco up to 75 per cent ot the entire crop. CHRISTIAN' KXDKAVOIl ASKS 1, have purchased the grocery bu 1 LAW KXFORIEMEXT ness of Sharer & Cook on Alain I Street and am prepared to furulsh At a' regular meeting on October ' y0U Fresh Meats and Groceries. 29th. 1922 of the Chrlstiau EndeaV; W. A. H1MES, n iRivi v etiasniKn WOI XI. "r ouucl' v" , ?. i .a! Church the following resolution was Mr. and Mrs. Win, Roberts Cur- bY ltAMON1 1 1111X11 s unanimously passed: Lon. Jr., of near Hartford, are the Resolved: That we, the Christian parents of a girl, born at B:Uu a. DOG STRAYED OR STOLEN Reddl'h brown color with ring around neck, white on breast, frosty nose and white feet. Notify ESTILL SMITH, Ilorton. Ycy.. and receive re ward, 4 1-lt. Airs. Ma?ie Davis Shown, wife of Air. Sylvester Shown, died at 1; -r home in Hula, i;t T a. m. Stnulay, us tll- result of pneumonia. She hud been ill ten days. Her age was till years, C months and 21 days. Fho was a faithful member of the Me-hodlst Church and one of the community's be.sl iiiid most respected Ttisriiny, I niiii iii. Tin in Aii- t )ci ujii'-'J women. Anions surviving relatives Lome, Oct. 'J. Tin provim es ot. are her husband: three daughters, Tuscany and I'mbriu iu South I:. :. Airs. Win. Crabtne, Hartford. Route and the city of Turin, us well ;is th--.-G; Airs. Clarence Pulton. Hartford, Trentiuo are in the 5i.iu.ls of the i'a.i Rottte 3. uad'Air;. Walter Campbell, ' ci.-ti, all occupied p aia abiy. so tilers Ti irtfori',; two sons, Arlie and Rob-j was no call for military iinerferei-.c-f trt, of the home coiiinuiniiy. and a after the Kiar's refusal to siuu th - Clarence CaBebler, proprietor ot: the restaurant known as "Heg'a", on Jklain Street, Hartford, was painfully Endeavor Society of Hartford: Ky.,1 Friday, October 27th. Her demand that the officers of the City name Is Lourena Roberts. and County enforce the laws against drunkenness and the sale and use -f j 11 n n ,t Mrf Arthur T.nu-a nf Raymond Phillips, also a Hartford , nrevent i r.r Hnr.ford. ar the narenbi of a the result ot an alteroa- ...,.,.., f q n...i. o,h. . i . ' ber 28th. 1922. SERIES OF MEETINGS N AT HAMLIN'S CHAPEL resident, as tlon precipitated by Casebler'i a . o. . n nrlaM a TI ,1 C 1 DP I iorts IO prenerve wmwt " - ; Phillips, who, it is alleged, was in-; toicated, from the former's place of business. The actual, encounter seems to have occurred la or lust a short distance outside the front door, ot the restaurant after a heated ver bal exchanse In-doors. Casebler'i only weapon seems to bava been pop bottle which he used as a whila PhilliDM wielded a pocket knife, ...,v.i ma atnhhAii or cut in three 23rd, place., once on the left side ot. the ( throughoutjhiseek. neck and twice on the shoulder 'iaJTMT mismoXBOARiT back. Tne wouuuh uomnini numerous stitches and caused a con siderable loss ot blood, but the wounded man is resting well and it i at 11 u. m. Edwinnu. She has been named A revival meeting Is at Hamlin's Chapel M. The pastor, Rev. Riggs, by STRAYED from McHenry on Oct 1 10, one bay horse mule, 14 Vi hands A 1 J I.. U,o Tl,.,l.,, J CIH'RCU SERVICES There will i be preachiiiK by the pastor ut the Hartford Methodist Church, Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7:3U p. iu. Sunday school at 9:45 and Epworth Lea"i;ue at 6:30. ' i L ' Arr. T. W. Wallace, of FordsvilU was U piea.iaut culler, Alonday. Ho hud Just relumed from Alaiaiuas. where be visited his son, Otis, and family und after visiting his sons here will upend a few days with rel atives in Morguntown. ' number of piandeliiidreii. ' The funeral was conducted by Rev. R. T. Harper, at Mt. Ilermon, at lii: SO a. i.i.. Monday. The body was lai'l to rest iu the church bury lns ground. i The bereaved ones have our deep- i est sympathy. J , ce!i" vriwv iialiou, Roma de e pr-J- lure... I coiubitl- a martial law procb Fa. eisti 'Jiorniile (ii The newspaper declin ation cf t'.iimei- 1'r: a;ier S.,l..r. and the. Fascis:! in a new Cove nieiit is Impossible. A group of influential Alil.in Se tots, Itic'mRas Eabor AH-ertiai, I the : the ib-lla I :u fi In progress i 9 years old. in good shape E. Church. ' pRaso notify GUY is assisted ! Henry, Ky. Finder Revs. Hicks and Beasley. At DON'T FORGET That Jas. A. BENNETT, Mc Tate's Restaurant Is at all times .44 Up headquarters for Whitman's Candies, , Fresh Fruit of ull kinds, Fresh Oy- J. I. Goodman returned lust slers, Cold Drinks and everything in line usually Rev. W. T. Luwreiice, of Equality, son of Rev. G. H. Luwreuce, ot Burkesville, Ky.', was ordained to full work ot gospel miiiibtry at Siuulluoijs BapUst Church, Sunday,,- Oct. 2Sth. Rev. John A. Bennett Hundreds of hi conducted the examination. Rev. paying from $ 1 5 Corners ','ov- i :-ii in.'C.-s-'ly (if i Fascist! leadi r, Id assume spousibiilt y a ad fori'i a Cai I.KAKX A lit. Villi . 1: IV. . tel litiaa .nil-) Mti- ) a a , of he-l ii. net, Jobs . .. luui rmmrii them had been five tiro-1 Mrs, missie -. I , . m .l...... i.a. Thu .ki-Ihu btian October niKnt irom uruwuiu, " . iiiuiniiiiun, t. l. .. - n....l.,..HJ I... . ..1,.., M..,n..Hnn and will probably continue nas dvcu ine suesi oi iier uniisuici-, uunuicu a mm ,.i.n.o ii"' iMesdamns. Allen and fciiwuru ueane, i-gular Meals; yaii-K i.uucn. tukh durlhg the past ten days. a meal with us; 44-2t. you'll come again. HO'-.VH BUSINESS SESSION' ' Mr. B. M. Tanner, oi rorismoutn, Ohio, arrived here Friday night to Board of the Ohio Join nls wire, wno nas oeen tno The Mlislot wounded maa is restmg ... -uu ' Association held guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1. not thought that -XJTklM Baptist Thomas H. Beau for several days. Will result Phillips was Miss Paulino Barnard, of Beaver Dam, teacher of tho Ceralvo school. and her cousin, .Mrs J. Walter Creep,' who Is the guest of her parents, Mr. Uo.V opell to J jail a luoiuh. Birch Shields was clerk of the coun- Trained men pbutd every day. Sri ill. Rev. R. E. Fmiua was present as dmiis qualify In S weeks. Short tii;i-. pastor. Rev. G. H. Lawrence und Rov. offer includes railroad fare, boar.!. W. C. Taylor were also present. and tools, FREE. Off. may be with- Dinner was spread upon the drawn without notice. Write NOV ground and a large crowd was pros- for terms and RIG FREE BOOK, eut. The newly orduined brother Babe Auto & Tractor School. Dept. will go to tho Greenup-Assoeiuliou K-84. to be associationul uiissiouury. . 9ln, & Walnut, Cluclunutl. Ohio. (No facilities for colored students.) IxmilECTlOX We regret that in reprinting In our lust Issue an article upon Ohio REVIVAL AT GOSHFV arrested - by Sheriff Church, yesterday lived etamlulng trial and was held to the grand Jury uu- niornlng. Only Mr. W. '' . ....ii ,riui routine business was - transacted. u' r v '. . , Those attending- were Rer. C. C. the stock of groceries of Sharer & t this -office. Saturday. Tha pastor, Rev. T. T. Frazicr. . CI;(j Mrs Thad Barni-rd, of Hartford, County from the Louisville Post, we j)ng )emx conducting u series of re- A, Hlmes has purchased r. j d. ff0. 8, were pleasant cullers Inadvertently failed to credit It to Vlvul services at Goshen Methodist Mrs. Creep tholr gifted speclul correspondent, church, since October 23rd. Thei-J Daves, Beaver Dam; Rev, Dalley, or Cook, on Main Street, and is now yii'l leave within a few days for her Mr. Ralph Coghlan. The article was haV(S i,et.n eght conversions and one Mc-Henrr: Mr. W. M. Fair, city: Mr. In charge. Mr, end Mrs. Shurer, home In Carlisle, Ind.. where her exclusively the work ot the gentle- uddltlnn to. th,4 i-liurih mid ftnlli-fi. ' Candied Citron, Orange peel and W. H. Pemberton, of Roslne; Mr. Mrs. Cook and son w-lll fo to Central husband has accepted a ftfll to th- man mentioned a:id was a fitting tfons are that there will be many Lemon peel for the Xmas Cake, at 'Alvln Ross, of Centertown, and Mr. City within a short time, to go Into pastorate of the First Christina tribute to the sterling qualities of luore. The services will coutlnue WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S! 44-2t J. L. Brown, of F.ockport. the grocery business at that place. Church. 1 Ohio county and her people. until Saturday. , der a $500 bond.