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WHAT ABOUT ITa
We are beyond question headquarters
fpr Mens Clothing and arc prepared
with a large stock to cater to the eye
cycI I
handle the celebrated Sterling Suits that
are beyond question the peer of any
clothing handled in Hartford We
will have on sale during January some
special values in suits and overcoats
Call and see them ° and remember itI
pays to trade with a house that saves
you money
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blo at Beaver Dam Ivy
lOrtb Bound South Bound
1 132405 am No 121 1135 pm
o 122 1228 pm No 101248 pm
to 102248 pm No 131 855 pnt
AJ E Williams Agt
tt Wben in Hartford and hungry
call i at the City Restaurant 49t4
we commence delivery of meat at
530 a m each morning
mdrnlngSandeffUrife
SandeffUrife Co I
Exctuslvo sale of Beayo1r Dam
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Flour at our meat shop
Sanderfur 4 C o
All kinds of fresh and cured meats
staple groceriesciat IpwesVjprices
SaUdercpr Co < 1
Biver Dai Flb4r foUdd only tn
Efartfofa af Bahderfur A C6B aeit
I Bhopl i r J rM
° Cyaftera sewed In any kt7idatli
aura to flense you at tbeClty Res
taulittr baL 1 rrf9tt
rl c rrr Otto C Martin spent Christ
mas d > rr fp t Ucbfteia wlftwep
hepwaslthefe J 1 s r1
Mr Albpict Rpx If artford route 1
was a pleasant caller at The Herald
orceFrldayy
y orceFrldayMiss
Miss Martha Thomas Dundee IB
visiting Mr and Mrs J DDuke
it i city this week
Mr Frank Gentry of Livermore
M is the guest of his aunt Mrs John
X Taylor city
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1 Mr and Mrs George Arbuckle
I khave moved to Central City where
t they will reside
Mr James Sanderfur of Evans
f vl11e Ind visited hiD parents hero
iJew days recently
irfci
r a w tr Hopkinevillea
a tho guest of his parents
past few days
best meals on short orders
rved In Hartford are propar
tho City Restaurant 49t4
W < T Bennett of Sacramento
B Pending the holidays with
atfnd Mrs n A Nofatnggr city
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ve your Laundry at my Grocery
Ifi i ij itie finish Work Guaranteed
ffor andproaipt denvery ter
nO U rit1c 7
Imond bake amd family
i route lr were the greets
fk B parentsMCr afid Mn ° i
J lwfBltiy Saturday aid iufc
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Miss Nora Wedding who has hall
typhoid fever for the past tour
weeks Is getting along nicely and
able to sit up
i Mrs Maggie Griffin and sonMr
Henry Griffin are spending the <
I Christmas hotydays with friends In
and near Owenaboro
Mr and Mrs A P Taylor1 of Ow
ensboro aro spending the Christmas
holidays with Mrs Taylors parents
Mr and Mrs W B Render
Mr R C Hocker got his eyes bad
ly damaged while engaged In a i
friendly roman candle fifhtjat Wfl =
hauls Mines Christmas sib
t t i A 14 Ji
Mr Arthur potty foreman pf the
Leltchf eld Gazette visUted his pawrr
cnta Judge and Mrs fc B Wed
dlIiga few days last week
I
Messrs L r Barnes Narrow
route 2l WlnctjDn Mauzy Ploasam
Ridge and J T Mllei McHeniry
were pleasant callers MondaY V
The infant chUd of Mr tiKn
J A Hoops of near SunnydalQ1 > died
December 17th of an abccso of tko
Bplne > Iptermept was atBcttfcl
t t No extentloa time be given
to unsettjed acpounta at Fords Mill
after New Year 1911 Please call
and settle same at once
61t3I J W FORD
Messrs J C DeMoss V M De
Moss and Miss Stella DeMoss Han
son Ky visited Mr and Mrs Sam
T Barnett from Friday until Mon
day Mr E W Cooper of Nashville
Tenn joined his wlfo here Saturday
to spend a few days at the home ot
her parents Col and Mrs C M
B arnett
arnettMr
Mr Romney Wedding represent
ing the WashburnCrosby Co Terre
haute Ind Is spending tho holidays
with his parents Judgo and Mrs R
R Wedding
WeddingRev
Rev JW Burner went to Paducah
Monday whore he will preach the or
dination sermon of Rev EF Adams
who was converted tinder the pasto i
ate of Rev Brtiner
Tho Jnfant child of Mr and Mrs
AO Coy of near Sunnydalo died
Tuesday night of last week of pnqu
ioaia Interment wasatBmt i
jIsavettid Wjdieaaay v t
Mr Rethel Duke who for the pat
iverailmoBtiis bar been employed
iifBglaeer pn the boat Hartfbriii
aii aecebted a pealUpa onrtHe typ >
rapMcai force of the Hartford lili
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Messrs J Hoover Louis Hoed
er adds JdtnOBP Hoover Frjedaland
j A Crowe West Hartford and
Mike Crahan Irvlngton Ky were
among our callers Thursday
Mr J R Forrester has sold his
residence on Clay Street to Mr L P
Turner consideration 700 Mr
Forrester wH mqvo with his family
to Owoneborqln the pear future
Messrs 1C M Taylor D Laa
I Barnes Beaver Dam TG Hunter
Centertown J Y Hagerman Hart
ford route 1 and L T Barnard
Hartford route 4 were pleasant call
ers yesterday
Mr Thos Ezcll of Havre Mont
who was en route to Bowling Green
Ky stopped over In Hartford Mon
day and Tunsdcy Ho was the guest
of his brother Inrlaw Judge R R
Wedding while In town
Mr WT Bean met with a pain
ful accident while stacking lumber at
Bean Bros mill yesterday The lum
ber fell catching and bruising him
pretty severely He has several
scratches on his face and limbs but
was not seriously hurt
Messrs D H Maddox McHenry
E H Maddox A W Maddox and J
E Curtis Hartford route 4 B D
Jackson and Jake Iglchart Center
town route 1 and Frank Maples
Hartford route 2 were pleasant
callers at The Herald office Saturday
The Earnest Workers of the
Presbyterian Church will give an en
tertainment at Harrels Hall at Rock
port this county next Friday night
for the benefit of the church A
splendid program has been arranged
No admission fee Everybody invit
ed
Mr Rowan Holbrook wilt leave
next Tuesday for Riverside Cal
to visit his son Harold who has
been In that country several months
He will also drop off at San Francis
co Los Angeles Fresno and other
points of interest Ho will be ab
sent about a month
Miss Tracy Berryman who has
been employed In a stenographic ca
pacity by the Young Mens Christian
Association of Louisville during their
recent successful campaign for a new
building returned home Saturday to <
spend the holidays with her mother
Mrs Annie Berryraan of near town
Messrs Dexter Bean of Center
town Ky Infor us the saddle and
harness stallion Storm Cloud Reg
No 3451 by Red Eagle 28 Is In
better shape than ever before and
will make his last season in Ohio
county this year They will also
give a colt show In which 100 will
be involved Look for ad in Hart
ford Herald later
Miss Lydia Ward who Is teach
ing In Klnpswood College Brecken
ride county visited her mother Mrs
Martha Ward In the Mt Hermon
neighborhood a few days recently
She was accompanied by Miss Esteila
Tinder of Virginia Mr Hendricks
of Georgia and Mr Brookshlro of
KingBWood They all returned to
the college Monday
Miss Martina Bennett who has
been spofidlrig several weeks at
Louisville studying music returned
honje Tlur urt0 Fk44dtle holi
days with Tier parents Rey and Mrs
R D Benetft Miss Beritfett ban ac
cepted a position as teacher lit the
Memphis Conference Ve m le I Insti
tute Jt Jackson T nn1n1 wlU
il leave 8eturdglt flake uP berork
Misses Leo and BAxtbTlchenor wcr
tbocharming young hoBtcaseai at ap
Informal dinner party on Christmas
day Those presehtjWere Masses Ma
ale Hooker IIYrtl Park Louva Mil
ler Llvla McKernan Belie Berry
man and Tracy Berryman Messrs
Elbert Goodall James Opff Ohea
ter Steward John Render Tom
Drown Ellis Brown and Pirtle
Park
Mr Morris Wilson has resigned
his position as cashier of the Fords
vllle Banking Company Fordsvlllo
and accepted a position with the
Kentucky Clothing Company of
Louisville Ky Mr A J Wilson of
Murray Ky has been elected as
cashier of the Fordsvllle Banklng
Company and will move to Fords
yule and assume his duties the first
of next year
Among those who will represent
District 23 United Mine Workers of
America as delegates to tho Interna
tional Convention which convened
In Columbus Ohio on January 9th
are Jno T Molns expresident of
District 23 A J Doss expresident
and Chas W Mulllkln of McHenry
Mr Mulllkln vrlll visit his parents
and other relatives in Robertson
county Ky before returning home
I In the Washington news of the
Qo rlet Journal of last Sunday was
an account of the marriage of Miss
Jla Gladys Dunn of Hartford Ky
to Robert L Ilaydon of Reading
Pa dee RevS H Green pastor of
laivaryvBaptlst Church officiating
I
It will b > remembered that the bride
and ber parents were r sldeBtBvf
Hartford Jut uyear ago and that
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It
she VS wenjrfrom < here to accept J i a post
tion with the tibvernment at Wash
Ington Recently her homo folks left
SaYtfordVfor Morgantown where
they now reside
Mr Henry Canon superintendent
of the Methodist Sunday School here
was presented with a nice gold watch
chain by the nchool at the close of
the services Sunday morning as a
token of his nfflcloncy and popularity
Mr W R Hedrick teacher of the
young mens class at this school
also got a pretty gold watch chain
from Santa Clause who acted as
agent for the class as a memento
of love and appreciation
The Methodist and Baptist Sun I
day Schoolls of Hartford each had
nice Christmas tree entertainments
at their respective churches last Sat
urday nightChristmas eve Mr
John X Taylor personified Santa
Claus at the Baptist Church and Mr
U S Carson performed a like func
tion at the Methodist Church both
to the satisfaction of the large audi
ences assembled
There was a pleasant gathering of
relatives ot the private boarding
house of Mr and Mrs Isaac Foster
on Christmas clays Mr Fosters two
brothers Prof Wm Foster of
Princeton University Princeton N
J and Dr Alex Foster accompanied
by his wife of Owensboro were pres
ent also Mr Byron Foster of Hop
klnsvllle Hon John J McHenry of
Louisville was also the guest of his
mother there All the visitors were
spending a few days here visiting
relatives and mixing with their many
friends
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I BAPTIST CHURCHb
Lam I
LamPrayer
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
Ing at 7 oclock
I Officers and teachers of the Sun I
I day School and their wives will hold
a special meeting In the Baraca 1
i rooms Friday evening at 630 I I
oclock Supper will be served and
plans for next years work will be J
discussed and the pastor will give I I
an outline of the Sunday School les
sons for the year 1911 i
Sunday School session at 945
Morning worship at 11 oclock andI I
evening at 7 oclock Young Peoples I
meeting at 6 oclock
The ordinance of baptism will be I
administered at the evening service
nrsEic
F A M Officers Elected
The following named gentlemen
were elected as officers at the annual J
meeting of the F A M Lodge
No C75 yesterday afternoon viz
C O Hunter W M Sam Ellis
IT I
T Moore Treps L P Foreman i
Sect Wayne Stevens and W E
Ellis Board of Control and John B
Vllson member of Finance Commit
tee Those appointed were as fol
lows
Otis Carson S D James Nance
1 D Emory Schrcoter and A C
Yeiser Stevaods and J P Sandsr
fur Chaplain l
FARMER KILLED IN
A RENEWED QUARREL
Ellzabothtowm Ky Dec 24
aratis Ayillyard a farmer and John
1 junt a Uemaker of Howe Valley
this county became Involved In a
I difficulty thin evening which resulted
I
i In Hunt shooting and instantly kill
Ing Wlllyard The two men are I
aaidto have quarreled previously
I Hunt has surrendered and will b e
i brought to this city tonight by dep
Iuty Sheriff IF Gross and confin
ed In jail to await his examining
trial
Make Up Your Own Mind
When In tbe > need of a cough medl
cine If you buy Dr Dells PirieTar
Honey we guarantee you get the I
best m
CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK
For the refined and dainty woman Is I
what she demands now American
are uptodate on dentistry and arc
not satisfied with anything but the
acme of perfection in dental work
Teeth extracted with as little pall
as possible Children given careful
attention Special attention to plate
work aid ALL WORK GUARAN
TEED Work done at lowest prices
DR H J BELL
Once II RepiWki liiMlig
HARTFORD KY
RoValBAKING
BAKING POWDER
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pf Crullers 1
All Cakes
Biscuits Hot Breads N
1V1 ore Tasty Economical
Absolutely Healthful
WVSOX
Dec 26Mr and Mrs E V Dav
enport and family visit + d Mrs J 1V
Moore at Rochester Saturday and
SundayMr
Mr H T Leach spent Christmas
at Simmons Ky
Mr J P Shrift nnd Miss Ger
trude Baugh went to Evansville
Ind and were married December 19
The bride is tho daughter of Mr and
Mrs Dill Baugh and Is 21 years ot
age while the groom Is about 65
years old Their many friends wish
them a long and happy life
Mr and Mrs Beulah Brown are
ared
the proud parents of twin boys born
December 17 One weighed four
and a half and the other six pounds
Misses Marian and Margare 1
Williamson are spending their
Christmas vacation with relatives In
this community
Mr Dave England and Miss
Blanche Brown Mr Roy Stevens
and Miss Xola Brown were united
In marriage at the residence of ReV
Casebier last Thursday Rev Case
bier officiating
Mrs J C Jones and daughters
Misses Powell and Kate of Hart
ford are visiting relatives in this
community
GREAT OPPORTUNITY
Mrs Eliza C Duke desires to
dispose of all her real estate in
Beaver Dam Ky consisting of
about 201 twenty acres within
the very heart of the town
which can be divided into nice
I and valuable building lots
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE An
other such opportunity may not
j be presented in a lifetime Call
on or address John H Barnes
I Beaver Dam Ky tf
F i IDOL 9
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R 1911 l U
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New hopes better brighter pros
largera
11and better business
f3XITi i o
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We thank you for your help in
making thin year even
IUJ gjg Ibearable Adverse UJ
conditions to the
contrary
we
nwe n W
+ stock in excel
lent condition and
better prepared tf h a n
ever to protect your interests V
Again we Thank You
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