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23k "1 TIlU'l" OIITIT ' r'"p'4 t been rentod to Mr. and Mrs, S. C.
IB I I H'A! Sill I - '' Roberts, of Fordsvillo, who hayo
vKkxf I 3 l4f- -'V - l tt '.- ? moved here and opened tho hotel
il(i I B JliUA' HT ' k D AI IT IT' Mr. Roberts formerly conducted the
f R I t WJIM: ABUUl Il-r - .- r hotei.tFord.vme.
111 J . ?, '. -.. ', Prof. C.Ross Bennett has returned
I I ( 41 Wk homo from Broad vJay Mines, wheru
m I sfei. ' '"i 'W i' SlB ho cIoscd a successful school. Ho will'
&1 J WJ(jf MtmE bo at nomo nl,out a month before ho
HK l I g ,, ;';' MiirH leaves for Chicago, where he will en-
ll'& I ' K ''T ' Sli ' ter a medical college. "'
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We are beyond question headquarters
for Men's Clothing and Are prepared
with a large stock to cater to the eye
of the most scrutinizing customer. We
handle the-celebrated Sterling Suits that
are beyond question the peer of any
clothing handled in Hartford. We
will have on ale during January Some
special values in suits and overcoats.
Call and see them and remember ft?
pays to trade with'a house that saves
you money. :::::::::
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bio at Beaver Bain, Ky.
No. 1324:05 a.m. No. 12111:35 p.m.
No 12212:28 p.m. No 1012:48 p.m.
No. 1022:48 p.m. No. 1318:55 p.m.
J. R. Williams. Agt.
Mr. C. B. B. Felix, Olaton, was in
Br. H. J. Bell, the dentist, spent
last Sunday in Louisville.
Miss Francis Little, of Owon'sooro,
is the guest of Miss Mary'Spaulding.
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All kinds of fresh, and cured meats,
staple grocories, &c, at lowest prices.
', Sanderfunfir Co
. Jfa O- B. Likens went o'Nash-
fvllle, Tenn"., yeeferdar on legklVbus
iJtnwn. .' T i
, .Exclusive 'sate of Beaver Dam
pjour at ouX meat.Bhpn. ' " ' tI- x . J
Sanderfur & Co
ii ;Dr, JJ S. Bean left yesterday for
Richmond, Va.;, prospecting for a lo
cation, t ) ,t "rf " -
We commence delivery of meat at
;3tf a m. each monflng.
-Sanderfur & Co
Mr. Wayne, Grlffln, loft Monday for
Louisville, qn a business and pros
Miss Gwendolin, Haynea, of Ma
rion, who bad been visiting Miss An-
nlcf Elgin, returned home yesterday.
Vic Robertson, of
burg, purchased fifteen fine
in Hartford Monday.
Mr.- C. W. Elliott,' Little Bend,
Butler county, was the guest of Mr.
C. XuEHIott, city, Monday.
Mr. J. E. Maddox, of Rockport,
save The Herald a pleasant call
wtjle In Hartford yesterday.
on. John J. McHenrv. or Louis-
lY.O, spent' Sunday hero with his
Mrs. Jennie T. McHenry.
V have fo"r sale strictly puro
(Orleans Molasses, right from
.HARTFORD GROCERY CO.
'Leave yoir Laundry at my Grocery.
Domestic finleto. Tfork Guaranteed.
Celled for and prompt delivery.
'FjumW- ' Jftfr grocery. '
Meesre. D L. Maddot aad A. L.
Maddox, Hartford, route, 4; George
fcShults aad 8.W. Hies, Beaver Dam,
mte 2; Elite JMtciieu, iwaaee, ana
,0. Eskrtoe fHockport, were
our caller yeetordey
31 wn iinJKpi
! MS i North
.i -,.- - , . i m .- i i
Ridgo, Is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Mauzy, hero this
Mr. Mack Newman, The Herald's
ad. and job printer, spent a few days
last week with his parents at May
Messrs. S. P. McDowell, Dundee;
C. E. Miller, Magan, and L. F. War
ner, city, gave The Herald a call
Elder W. B. Wright will begin his
work as pastor of the Christian
Church of Hartford by" services the
5th Sunday in January.
Many loads of tobacco havevbeen
delfvered at the pooling housti' here
wiiuiu me mai ween or ien aays, as
the "season" has been good. '
Mr. Cassius Spauldlng'has return
ed from Chlcaco. "whero he has been
for several months. He 'will 'probab
ly upeuu luu-winicr in imruoru.
We are now manufacturing. an, ex
tra quality of Flpur. Call ,on:yom:
groceryman, fori same. , If thoy
1 haven't. ll ,n stock, 'phone N, 7
Dr. Charles 'iv, Felix has ppjehas
ed Dr. J. S. Beap'a. drug store at
Olaton and yilll make that his per
manent location for the practice of
No bells were rung In Hartford
Saturday midnight to usher in the
New Year. The electric light plant
Whistle at 12 o'clock was about tho
only" noise dlscernablo.
Messrs. McHenry Holbrook and
Allison Barnett, who had been spend
ing the holidays at home, have re
turned to their respective colleges at
Winchester and Elkton.
Mrs, C. L. Elliott, daughters Katie
and Iris Elliott, city, and Mrs. L. K.
Taylor, Wysox, who is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Elliott, were pleasant
callers at The Herald offlco Friday.
Miss Winnie Mauzy, of Morgan
Held, Ky., is visiting -hdr iiaTonts,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mtuy, cltfy. She
was Accompanied home by Miss
Georglaeverln, who will also make
i . $?
About tho sharpest cold spell of
the eeaoa -visited Hartford and vi
cinity Monday Bights, Snow" fell to
the depth -of about 'lour 'incfcge and
the thermometer registered about
six decrees above zero yesterday
morning. The cold weather' has beea
rnntlnumia alnrn winter fas-ah a twill t
(two month ago. V
Tho handsomest Calendar of all
Is the one sent out by The NatlqnaH
Stockman and Farmer, of Pitfsburg,
Pa. It will be sent to any one who
will send 10 cents to pay- package
and postage. Send for it.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosenblatt left
Saturday for Louisville to attend the
marriage of Mrs. Rosenblatt's broth
er, Mr. Nathan Woldor, to Miss Fan
nie Bernstein, which occurred at the
residence of the bride Sunday night
Messrs. McDowell Fogle, Raymer
TInsley and Douglas D. Felix, Hart
ford, and L. Coloman, Paradise, who
had been spending tho holidays at
their respective homes, have return
ed to tho State University, Loxlng
Mr. James W. Ford is erecting a
six-room cottage on tho corner of
Union and Foreman streets, opposite
Judge John B. Wilson. Mr. Ford
will also erect two- more dwellings
adjoining this new residence In the
Mr. Rowan Holbrook left last ev
ening for Southern California, where
he will visit his son, Mr. Harold Holr
ok. Mr. Holbrook will visit sev-
points of interest in California
and intermediate points before' re
turning a month hence.
Mr. Ernest Wilson, son of A, N.
Wilson, Beaver Dam, route 1, came
to Hartford Monday and was operat
ed on for a throat and nasal affection
and will remain at the residence of
his uncle, Judge John B. Wilson, for
awhile under the treatment of Dr,
J. W. Taylor.
Mr. Ed Davison, one of Ohio coun
ty's oldest and best known citizens,
died at his home at HItes' Falls, this
county, last Wednesday, of paralysis,
He had been in feeble health quite
awhile. He owned several thousand
acres of farming land and was con
sldered a very wealthy citizen.
Messrs. J. B. Wade, A. Ross and
Fred Chapman, Centertown;( E. P.
Brown, H. L. Brown, J. P. Austin,
J. W. Brown, Hartford, route 4; J,
H. Patton, city; R. B. Laws, Hart-
J'ordt rputo2; Dojajj JVade,-Beaver
uam, route -; v. u. nocKer, ueaver
Dam, route 1; G. M. Harrison, Bar
rett's Ferry, apd J. B. Goff, Center-
town, were among Tlio Herald b call'
Ohio Tribo No. 188, Improved Or
der of Red Men, held their regular
meeting Wednesday night, at which
tlmo tho following now officers were
elected: Sachem, James C. Bennett;
Senior Sagamore, Otto C. Martin;
JunloV Sagamore, Leslie Hobver;
Chief dfRecords, A.E. Pate, re-elect
ed; Keeper of Paraphernalia, James
Hudson) Trustde, Cal P. Keown;
Representative to Great Council, S.
A. Bratch'er. l
Rev. J. W. JJ.rjiner was "suddenly
called t,Q J?a,dupa)i yesterday by a tel
egram annouaclngsie,.erlQUB 111-
Lness of - his, ,b,i-oth.er; ,Mr, C. l B,ru-
ner,. of, that .city. , The .afflicted, one
ifcftUunjBl and. bojjej trouble jancUy-as
fi&raiJl oxpecfecuto. ne. aj-ve wneq.blB
brother reached him. Rev. Bruner
requests us to. .say that there will
bo services aU tho. Baptist; ChotcbUn
Hartford next Sunday, anyhow, no
matter what may happen.
NfoTiCE TO ALL 'CONCERNED
- IK TOBACCO ORCiWlNG
On Thursday, January 5, 1911,
will bo the tlmp for the regular
quartorly meeting of trie GreemRlyer
Tobacco Growers' Convention A B.
of E. to convene at the court house
in Owensboro, at 9 o'clock. Basis of
representation will bo one delegate
from each local union A. S. of E. In
the Green River District, also all
members of the several county
boards are members and should at
tend, as this will' be aq, important
mooting from tho faat that it will
bo the time to elect officers for tho
coming year. We also extend a cor
dial welcome to all A. S. of E. to
bacco growers. Respectfully,
"" S. B. ROBERTSON, Sec'y.
Lodge Officer Elected.
At a meeting of the Ccntort6wn
Lodge No. 714, F. & A. M. held at
tho Masonic Hall on Tuesday after
noon, December 27th, tho following
officers were elected: '
W. M., J. B. MaddoxjSenior'WarH
den, O. L. Ross; Junior Warden, R.
C. D.-'James; Treasurer, H.' H. Lew
ie; Secretary, J, C. Jackson. Tho
new officers were duly Installed. "
Centertowa Masonic Lodgd' 1b in
fine condition and expects to have
the finest degree team In Ohio coun
ty before the year Is oat, ' Th new
team has five candidates oa baad to
begin irlthr '
DEATH ROUTE SOUGHT .
1-. WITH CARBOLIC MID
Young Man Kills Himself Because
Accused of a Small
Cloverport, Ky Deb. 30. Brood
ins over tho fact that a warrant had
been issued against him, charging
him with having stolen a small lot
of old Iron of a "probable valuo of
Jifty cents, Clarence Hurt, twenty-
two years of age, drank about an
ounce of carbolic acid, about 7:30
o'clock to-night and died thirty min
utes later, before a physician reach
Hurt was a son of William Hurt
and moved to this place last July
from Leavenworth, Ind. Since com
ing to Cloverport ho had been em
ployed as a teamster. Ho Is unmar
ried, and Is survived by his father,
mother and several sisters and broth
Clarence Hurt and his brother,
Emmet Hurt, aged eighteen years,
stripped the rusty Iron from an old
buggy that they found on tho Bates
farm and which they thought had
been abandoned by Its former owner,
who-had moved all of his belongings
from the farm some tlmo before and
had left only the buggy. It Is not
thought that the boys' tdea was to
CQmmlt any offense, but that they
thought the vehicle had been perma
nently, abandoned and that thoy
might have tho Iron.
Tho owner of the buggy, learning
that they had taken the Iron, swore
out the warrant charging them with
stealing the Iron. Emmet Hurt
escaped to Indiana, while his older
brother made way with himself by
using the deadly poison.
A FKW WORDS CONCERNING
THE BANK OF HARTFORD
In this Issue of The Herald will
be fpund a statement of the condi
tion of the Bank of Hartford at the
close of our semi-annual term, to
which we respectfully Invite your
This bank was organized In the
year 1882, being the first bank or
ganlzed In this county. Since Its
organization there have been panics
and many financial disturbances.
Notwithstanding this fact. It has
weathered the storms, and it Is with
a pardonable pride that we call at
teutlon to Its present strong coniH-
Besides the conservative manage
nient of a bank, there Is an addition
al protection to Its patrons, and that
Is a surplus account, which you will
observe from our statomont we are
It is tho purpose of our directors
to keep this bank clean, so that, at
all times our depositors will be abso
For many years it has been our
custom to appoint a committee com
posed of two of our directors, who
hold ho other office In the bank, to
count' tho cash and inspect our notes,
and now we have tho additional In
spection of the State Bank Examiner,
whose duty it is to make a careful
examination of the bank twice a
year. It is well known that the bill
passed by our last Legislature cre
ating the office, rof,,Ste Bank Ex
aminer, was vetoed, and the Secre
tary of ,5tato invited banks to be ex
amined notwithstanding this. .veto.
We, accepted the Secretary' of State's
ln.vItnllon, and on the 16th and 17th
of, last? month this bank was thor-
,6jighlyr esamjned by his representa
tive, wno expresseu iinuuuu uu uuiug
pleased! with our "system and good
We take this occasion to express
our appreciation of the godd will of
our patrons who have aided us In
our achievements and sincerely trust
that tho New Year will bring happi
ness and prosperity to all.
J. W. FORD, President.
Flscnl Court in Session.
Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court con
vened In court hall hero yesterday
and will likely be in session the re
mainder of tho week. Tho members
present are: County Judge R. R.
Wecfding, County Attorney C. E.
Smith and the following Justices of
the Peace: J. H. Miles, O. E. Scott,
Mack Cook, C. V. Miles, J. L. Pat
ton, B, S. Chamberlln, J. C. Jackson
and Thomas Sanders.
THE NOCREEK SCHOOL
program for Friday evening, Jan
uary ff, i9li Song, rplJ-call, road
fng ofmlnutes. jSfump speech O.
rr Carson. Select reading Mertle
WiUlfyd. Recitations Kathleen
Stevens,, Mary PIrtJo and Iva Wal
lace. Song 0.,D. Carson. Recita
tions Carroll Ward, Bertha Ward.
Old, business. Appointment of com
mittee to make out program. Recess.
Song. Debate, subject, '"Resolved,
That the Pea la MIghtior Than the
Sword." Affirmative: J. P. Foster,
O. D. Carson, D. E. Ward, J. A. C.
Park, Dudley Westerfleld. Negative:
W. R. Carson, C, E. Allen, B. S.
Chamberlln, Prof. T. H. Smith, Ty
mer Westerfleld. Lecture by T, H
Smith, Vice President of Hartford
FILYDIA FOSTER, Sec'y.
OHIO COUNTY FARMERS'
CLUB .MEETS SATURDAY
Tho Farmers' Club of Ohio coun
ty meets again In Hartford noxt Sat
urday. This Is a gathering of farm
ers to discuss the various modes of
cultivation of different crops, &c,
and Its recent meetlng'was very prof
itable, as the one next Saturday
should be. The ladles are especially
Invited to attend and take part. Tho
following Is tho program previously
Invocation Rev. Virgil Elgin.
Should Agriculture bo Taught In
the Public School, ir so, to What Ex
tent? Prof. T. H. Smith.
Making Pea Hay Henry M. Plr
tle. Keeping up Interest In the- Farm
ers' Club Prof. Henry Leach.
Restoring Fertility to Worn-Out
Lands Edgar Boehm.
Preparing Tobacco for Market
Tho Care of Our Apple Orchard
F. W. PIrtle.
Why Should a Farmer Raise
Sheep? Melvln Stewart.
My Choice of Hogs and Why J.
Questions relating to Agriculture.
We take pleasure In announcing
Mrs. R. D. Walker as our agent In
Hartford. Any order taken by Mrs.
Walker will receive our best atten
tion. We carry a full stock of Flow
ers for all occasions.
NANTZ FLORAL CO.,
Free Gold Fish.
The free gold fish have arrived
and If you want one, you will have
JAS. H. WILLIAMS, Druggist,
IJonrtl of Supervisors.
The Board of Tax Supervisors for
Ohio county convened In court hall
Inst Monday and will likely be In
session about eight days. Tho per
sonnel of the board follows L. Ber
ry Lonoy, McHenry; W. T. Keown,
Fordsvillo; I. C. Hoover, Buford; C
C. Dennis, Prentls, and G. M. Harri
son, Barrott's Ferry.
A nice Bilghtlight saddle mare, 7
cars old, 13 hands hlph.
DR. J. S. BEAN,
lt2 Hartford, Ky.
Dec. 31. Mr.'and Mrs. Eddie Hcf
lln and Mr. Win. Barnnrd returned
recontjl from Colorado.
Mr. ajljtjjZac Hocker, of
Drakesboro, visited Mrs. Hooker's
mother, Mrs. Mllner, here recently.
Mrs. Emma Fulkerson visited rel
atives at Cleaton this week.
Miss Ora Milner Is visiting rela
tives at Drakesboro. '
Mr. Miles and Miss Dora Mllner
wore married at tho home of the
bride's mother, here, lafet Saturday
Mr. John Mclhtyrc went to Owens
boro' last Monday.
MIsb Mattie; "Wood-went to Prentls
last Monday; ' '
Mrs. OHIo Fulkerson visited rela
tives at McHtfry recently.
Mr. Sherman Green, of Ltvermore,
was In this vicinity last. Sunday.
Statement of 'the Cbnditlon of the
BANK OF HARTFORD
At the Close of Its Semi-Annual
Term, December 91, 1010.
Bills Discounted $186,891.53
Cash on hand and duo
from Banks 35,086.76
Stocks and Bonds. ."... . 6,300.00
Banking House and Lot. 3,000.00
Furnituro and Fixtures. 1,000.00
Checks and Cash Items. 618.37
Total .. J235.072.64
Capital Stock $ 40,000.00
Dividend No. 47 1,600.00
J. W. FORD,
JNO. C. THOMAS,
R. E. LEE SIMMERMAtf,
JNO. T. MOORE v
More Logs Wanted.
I am In the market for good white
oak logs, ellyered anywhere on .tho
banks' ot Rough river,
A. J. WILLIAMS,.
21tf Hartford. Ky.
This is the
Jnn. 2. The majority of peopSj
are done stripping their tobacco fa
this section and all are preparing ts
deliver this week. Fordsvillo mui.
Narrows got most all the tobacco fa
Mr. H. B. Snyder, of White Ronot
and Mr. Lon Phillips, of Narrows
were in town last Saturday, lookSas
aflcr some business Interests tAox
G. J, Hoover, of this place, vis is:
Hartford last week.
L. S. Hoover & Sons sold $297
worth of goods Christmas eve, caafi,
besldeB their credit and prodoKsc
Dr. I, J. Hoover, of Owenzborac
spent Christmas with his pareafe.
hero, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hoover.
Mr. David Burch, of this place;
who has been on tho sick Hit fee
quite awhllo, Is thought to be Im
proving slowly. Wo hopo David vfiE.
soon be up and out with us again.
Mrs. E. C. Wilson, of this plca
who has been sick for somo time. S
Mr. J. P. Farls, of this place, baa.
rontcd J. W. Ford's farm near Cass.
Run Church, and moved onto
ffjj Absolutely Pare fSj
!i The only Baking fflT
At Powder made jc
Jflj from Royal Grape jgj
jH Cream of Tartar rth
gf j . made from grapes iffl
ml No Alum IHj
glh No Lime Phosphate Tie
Foley Kidney Pills
Aro tonic in action, quick In results.
A Bpoclal medlclno for all kidney aaoC.
bladder disorders. Mary C. Abbott;
Wolfoboro, N. H says: "I was af
flicted with a bad caso of rheoKUP
tism, duo to uric acid that my KM
neys failed to clear out ot my !Ia&
I was so lamo in my feet, Joints atrf-back-'that
it was agony for mm
step. I used Foley Kidney FiOrfirtrc
thrco days, when I waa able t gatrw ,v,
and move about and the pains law??
all gone, This great change aa ejpijiKj.
dltlou I owe to Foley Kidney MfcHiJif
and recommend them to anycWeiilv'--
ferlng aa I haye." Tor saltan aJf-r
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