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THE HARTFORD HERALD
WEDNESDAY, FKB. 7, 19li.
'27 Hartjdrd Herald
M. A. & K. BAILROAD TIME TA
BliE AT HARTFORD, KY.
Tho following Ii. & N. Tlmo Card
Is effective from Monday, Aug. 2lBt;
No. 11 duo at Hartford 7:19 a,
No. 114 duo at Hartford 3:40 p,
No. 113 due at Hartford 8:45 a
No. 113 duo at Hartford 1.46 p,
II. E. BUSCHKE, Agt.
COMING TO HARTFORD
Than Had Been First Engaged
Rare Treat Promised
Tho local lecturo committee has
been nottllcd by the Lyceum Bureau
that furnishes the talent for tho Ly
ceum course that changes have been
made In tho personnel of THE SE
LECT ENTERTAINERS and much
better artists -will bo sent than had
been first engaged. On account of
Illness these changes have become
The singer, who Is a splendid
contralto singer, whistler, pianist
and rlano monologlst, Is Adelaide
Pierce, an entertainer of some years'
experience. She makes a good ap
parance and has a line personali
ty. With her will be Mr. and Mrs.
Pari Cox, who have been giving full
evening programs for a number of
j ears. Mrs. Cox is a good reader,
excellent In child Impersonations, Is
" pianist and assists Mr. Cox In
l? i- fv-f. ro'oltv Instruments,
which Include marlmbaphone and
organ chimes. Splendid results nre
secured with these Instruments. Mr.
Cox not only plays tho novelty in
struments well, but Is p first-class
cartoonist-entertainer and will make
pictures, cartoons of famous men,
while his Impersonations In "The
Debating Society", accompanied by
pictures, arc exceedingly clever.
There are few cartoonists in the Ly
ceum who are his equal.
The committee feels that with
these three line artists, a splendid
piogram will he presented and that
the patrons of tho Lceum course
will receive more than If the origi
nal company had been sent.
This entertainment will occur at
Dr. Dean's Opera House next Sat
urday night. Doors will be open at
7 o'clock and the curtain will rlso
one-halt hour later. Reserved seat
tickets are now on sale at the store
of tho Ohio County Drug Co. Grif
fin's old stand. Popular prices of
Fob. 5. Wo have been In the
, rip or winter during the last 24
(l0 urs. Tho thermometer took a
Mlic n drop Saturday evening and
Suuia, ' morning registered 3 0 be
Mr "Wfli'101' Russell, our postmas
ter, who has becn nulte Sick for the
last few daJ8, ls ab,e to bo at h,B
ii radcd school '; '"R ver"
'efficient work. Several ns students
have recently matriculated.
Pmvor meeting was organized .
the Baptist church Wednesday night j
and 110 people wero present.
The pastor of the Presbyterian
church filled his appointment here
Sunday and Sunday night, p very
good sized audience being present
considering the extremely cold
Rev. Birch Shields, the now pas
tor of tho Baptist church, filled his
appointment at Pond Run, near
lmro Sntiinlav and Sunday. He will
fill Ms pulpit hcie next Saturday
evening, Sunday morning and night.
Our boats, which have been out of
commission for some time on ac
rount of the Ice, have been running
the last few days, but the freight
having accumulated to such a great
extent, they have been running very
The mines here are not doing
much on account of the railroad
Feb. ".. Kind Editors: As one
of your hundreds of Interested read-
: o,;",; yr ;;;,
correspondent from Rockport, whoso
communications upon current, po
lltlcal and public questions are ' -
ways so well written and so full of
good, old fashioned, homely wisdom
and sound logic that they are highly
annrcclated by all readers of Tho
Horald. Come again, Mr. "Suggs,"
and como ofton. '
Tho writer closed a very pleas
ant torm of school at Independence
School House Saturday night, Jan.
20, 1912. Wo wish to publicly ex
press our appreciation to tho mem
bers and trustees of the church at
that placo for so kindly granting us
the use of tho church in which to
hold our closing exercises. A large
crowd was present, which wo hope
wero as well pleased as was the
teacher. For the excollont music
rendored we wish to thank .Messrs.
Murray Daniel, Alvln and Jim Ren
der and Alvln and Gordon Chlnn.
Wo. can truthfully say that wo have
never worked with and for a more
loyal and interested body of pa
trons or a more obedient, dutiful
and oarncst body of studonts than
these wo parted with with sadness
on tho above named night. And in
conclusion wo would say to the boys
and girls who wero our pupils, that
if they will put as" much energy and
determination in all their future
undertakings as they manifested in
preparing and rendering our clos
ing program, success is sure to
crown their efforts.
For Sale or Exchange.
Tho noted stallion Kingdon, by
General Wilkes 2:21, sire of Goo.
S. 2:08, Bessie Wilkes 2:17, and
25 more. Is sound and nas no
faults 7 years old. Will sell for
$450 or exchange for pair splendid
mules or good mares.
5t4 Calhoun, Ky.
Feb. 4. Snow fell hero Saturday
and the wcathor is very cold to-day.
Mr. and Mrs. Claudo Porter and
little son visited Mr. Porter's par
ents, of Hartford, Saturday.
A very successful school at this
place, taught by Miss Katie Haw
kins, closed Friday.
Tho party at Mr. Bob Mllburn's
Friday night was largely attended
and all reported a nlco time.
Mr. J. A. Ruby and family, of No
creek, moved onto the farm of Mrs.
Eclina Haynes, of this place, last
Air. and Mm Thomas Chlnn and
daughter Wllda, of Beaver Dam,
.-.'' hero Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Sparks, of
Maxwell, who have been visiting Mr.
Sparks parents, of this place, re
turned to the resldenco of Mrs.
Spark's parentB, Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
Barr, at Maxwell, to-day.
Horsemen to know thnt I have pur
chased "Gilded Clique," the com
bined saddle and harness horse for
merly owned by tho late Mack
This horse Is bred in the purple.
Was sired by Sensation 2419, 1st
'am by Kentucky Prince. Come and
pee this horse. Seeing Is' believing.
This horse has never becn defeated
but one time In a model ring.
Will make tho season of 1012 at
my barji In Bcda, Ky., 6 days in
each weok, nt $10.00 to insure colt
'o stand up and suck.
I wish to thank my friends for
tliolr pationago In tho past.
Yours for business,
W. H. PARKS,
It I Hartford, Route 3.
ROOSEVELT FOP SUFFRAGE
SOME GOOD ADVICE
Now York, Feb. 3. "The exer
cise of suffrage will not bo tho mo3t
Important of woman's rights for wo
man's duty," says Colonel Theodore
Roosevelt in an editorial in the cur
lcnt Issue of the Outlook, in which
ho explained that he is generally In
favor of equal suffrage.
"The vital need of woman," ho
continues, "Is to war against frivol
ity and cold selfishness. The vlco
ad folly of men and women which
lead to the divorce courts are the
curso oi voluntary sterility and aro
fundamental evils of crime, of cap
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mil
ler, of Maxwell, a fine girl.
Mrs. A. N. Crowe, who has becn
visiting her brother at Llvermore
for the past few days, has returned
Miss. Flora Jolly, of this place,
gave a tacky-mask party Thursday
night. A large crowd attended and
all reported a tine time.
Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Crowe visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Will Ed Jarvis, of
Llvermore, Saturday and Sunday.
The Debating Society of Crowe
scshool house ls progressing nicely.
Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor
exercise. Insufficient mastication of
food, constipation, n torpid liver,
-orry and anxiety, are the most
common causes of stomach troubles.
Correct your habits and take Cham-
i -irh.rt"i:,r jr.
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o. For sale by all dealers.
Q rmsT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. O
0 AV n Vilght, Pastor. O
Preaching every Fourth Sunday
morning and ventng.
Bible School every Sunday at
0 30 a. m.
Communion service at 10:30 a.m.
Prayer meeting overy Wednesday
evening nt 8 o'clock.
Subscribe for Tho Esrald $1 a Tear
MOB LYNCHES it NEGRO
FOR ASSAULT ON WOMAN
Taken from Officers in Railroad
Yards Body Finally
Macon, Oa., Feb. 4. Charles
Powell, a negro, who assaulted and
robbed a youifg white woman here
last night, wds taken from officers
and lynched by a mob early to-day.
Tho lynching took place In the
yards of the Georgia Southern &
Florida railroad, four miles from
Macon, where the officers, hoping to
outwit tho mob, had gone with their
prisoner to take n train for Atlanta.
Powell was tied o a telegraph pole
and hundreds of bullets fired into
Tho crime with which tho negro
was charged was committed about
11 o'clock last night whllo the
young woman was on her way homo
from work In the downtown district.
She was seized by Powell and
dragged down an embankment. Two
policomen, summoned by two young
men, who had heard tho young wo
man's cries, arrived on the scene
Just as the negro made his way up
the embankment with his victim's
purse in his hands.
Tho officers lodged Powell In Jail,
hut when news of tho gathering of
a mob was received the negro was
secretly taken out a back door, with
tho intention of hurrying him to
Atlanta for safekeeping. The two
officers guarding him had stopped In
the railroad yard waiting for a train
when they were found by tho mob.
To-day at noon a crowd of be
tween 300 and 400 men gathered
near an undertaking establishment
where the body of Powell had been
placed, took tho body and put it In
a wagon, carried It to the heart of
tho negro section of the city, and
burned It. Oil was poured over
crosstles and the negro's body. It
was all done so quietly that tho au
thorities did not know of It until
the torch had been applied.
Tho Coroner held nn Inquest on
the scene of tho ljnchlng. The ver
dict placed blame on "parties un
To-night all 13 quiet, and officials
cay no furthor trouble Is feared.
Feb. ii. Several farmers burnt
tobacco beds last week. They are
talking about a large crop of tobac
co this year.
Hev. Crowo preached a fine ser
mon at Marvin's Chapel last Sun
day to n largo crowd.
Mr. James King has sold his
house and lot to Mr. William Who
berry. He has bought a farm near
Kronos and will move there. . He
lias been in the mill business for tho
past year and has sold out to A. M.
Weatherford, who will put In a 25
liorse power engine in a few days to
grind for the people.
Mr. A. M. Weatherford, of Har
dlnsburg, spent last Friday and Fri
day night with his son hero.
Mr. Henry Dover, of Jingo, visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Martin last
Messrs. James Gray and V. R.
Ferguson went to Hartford last Fri
day on business.
Mr. T. D. Duke has bought Harry
Hinea' farm. Consideration, 325.
Mr. J. H. Dodson went to Hart
ford to-day on business.
Mr. James Gray will go to Owena
boro next Wednesday to visit his
sister, Mrs. Jake Shepherd.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lowo have
been down with the grip but are up
again and Mr. Lowo is able to be at
Feb, fi. Rev. Gentry, uf Cane
wood, preached at this placo last
Sunday morning and night.
Mr. T. W. Daniel and wife, who
havo been on the sick ltix for some
time, aro Improving.
Mrs. Fannio Ford, oC Friertaland,
was tho guest of Mr. T. W. Daniel's
family last Wednesday..
Mr. Henry Felix left last Tuesday
with a raft of logs for tho Evans
Sunday School Is progressing
very nicely here.
Mrs. Nellie Halt, of this place,
and Mr. Wes Duke, of near Frieda
land, wero qutetly married at tho
residence of Rev. F. M Farrls last
Mrs. Ernest Wilson, of McHenry,
who had been the guest of her
mother, Mrs. Janlo Payton, went
ANNIVERSARY OF THE
Just 12 years ago, January 30th,
1900, William Goebel was assassi
nated at tho old State houso while
h.e was on his way to attend the
session of the Senate which was to
meet thnt day at 11:30 o'clock,
says tho Frankfort News-Journal.
Tuesday was almost such another
day as was the famous Tuesday 12
ears ago, the difference being that
a slight snow had fallen the night
before, in 1900, while .Tuesday of
this week the slight snow did not
como till In tho afternoon. Many
peoplo In Frankfort recallod the
similarity in tho wcathor on tho two
days so far apart.
While Governor Goebel was shot
on Tuesday, he did. not dlo till Sat
urday, February .3.
Feb. 5. A mistake was made In
our communication to the Herald
last week. ' The Rev. H. Boyce Tay
lor, of Murray, Ky., was Invited by
tho church to do the preaching in
tho revival meeting and not tho
singing. Rev. Taylor is one of tho
ablest Baptist ministers of the
South and a grandson of the Rev.
Alfred Taylor, who was the second
pastor of Beaver Dam Baptist
church. The church will be 115
years old the 2d Saturday in next
March. Tho church was very much
disappointed that the Rev. Boyce
Taylor became so afflicted that he
could not remain and do the preach
ing. Mr. E. Brown, of Owensboro, and
Miss Cordlo Gardner were united in
marriage at tho home of Mr. Leslie
Leach last Wednesday evening,
Rev. A. L. Mcll officiating.
Mrs. John Arbucklo and children,
of Central City, wero In town last
week on their way to tho residence
of Mr. and Mrs. Mason Taylor, In
Union neighborhood, where they
will spend a few days visiting homo
Master R. B. Taylor, of Princeton,
Ky., was In town last week visiting
lclatlves and stopping with Miss
MyrI Miller. His grandmother, Mrs.
Nannie Taylor, of Liberty neighbor
hood, accompanied him home to re
main with the family of her son a
Rev. W. B. Wright, of Hartford,
will begin a revival meeting at tho
Christian church hero Monday
night. Rev. Wright ls a very ablo
divine and those attending will hear
some splendid discourses during
Dr. Moore and family will soon
movo to Calhoun to make thefr fu-
turo home. Dr. Mooro ls a fine phy
sician and christian gentleman. Ho
has built up a fine" pructlco and
mndo many friends In our town and
vicinity and all regret seeing him
Rev. A. B. Gardner, who Is to de-
voto half of hip time fo evangelistic
work in tho State this year, leaves
this week to hold a rerlval meeting
In Barren county.
Feb. 3. Farmers In this vicinity
arc all delivering their robacco and
getting very good prices.
Misses Madle Potts and Muriel
Hnrrls were nt E'ordsvllle from Sat
urday until Thursday.
Mr. J. W. Miller has sold his
farm to Mr. Charlie Duff, of Sul
phur Springs. Wo aro glad to have
Mr. Duff In our vicinity and aro car
ry to see Mr. Miller leaver us.
Messrs. Wayne Payton and Claudo
Ford, of Olaton, were the guests of
Mr. Guy McDanlel Saturday night'
Misses OIIlo and Vcrna Wright
entertained a few of their friends
Saturday night. Those present
wer: .Misses Jessie McDanlel.
Martha Potts, Lizzie Burton, Sarah
Fllluack, Maggie Miller, Zella
Sell reader, Lena and Lula Flelden,
Delta Peach; Messrs. Lon Schrun-
der, Guy McDanlel, Leslie- Mlnton,
Ream Ffelden, Arthur HondHx,
James Burton, Bennfo Boswell,
Richard Dover, Cecil PottB, Harlan
Potts, Herman John Coper, Wayne
Payton, Olaton; Claudo Ford, Fribd-
arand; Henry Mlnton, Allen Burton,
Andrew Flllback, Irn Actorr and
Harry Ffllback. All reported nlco
Mr. Essie Miller, Olaton, risitetf
friends here Sunday.
Mr. Lesllo Mlnton, Centertowrr,
was here Sunday.
Mr. Will Daniel, Olaton, visited
friends and relatives- here recentfcr.
Flue Magazine Offer;
For a limited time wo wilt offer
Norman E. Mack's National1 Month
ly, a Democratic Magazine for Men
and Women, and the Hartford Her
ald, a newspaper of the same kind,
both one year for only $1.15.
The National Is a high-class raag
azlno bubbling over with good
Its contributors are tho foromoBt
men and women ot the land. It ls
same size ot the Saturday Evening
Post and Is beautifully Illustrated
throughout. Politics, good fiction,
brilliant reviews, interesting de
partments, humor, with Georgo Ade
and John Kendrlck Bangs as regu
lar monthly contributors to this de
partment. A magazine that Will
interest every member of the fam
ily. Every reader of tho Hartford
Herald knows what .it Is and what
it stands for. Don't fall to tako ad
vantage of this great combination
The common stock ot tho United
Cigar Manufacturers Company! has
been increased from $15,000,000 to
$20,000,000. , i v
know this Store as
Qualities, than for
& Marx Clothes
are high quality clothes; the prices
are low considering the values; and
that is what you want to consider.
Come in some day
and see what
MINE WORKERS ADJOURN
WITIf SCALE UHSETTCEO
New Agreement Lefl to Commit
IudlanapoJUj, Feb. 2. Delegates
to tho convention of the United
Mlnu Workers- adjourned today,
leaving the details ot a now wage
agreement vniill the scale committee.
Several meetings of tho committee
and" bituminous mmo oporatora endu
ed with tbei miners demanding an
Increase of 10 cents a ton, aud the
owners holding out for a decrease
of tile sanio amount.
The prwent contract exiires Ap
rll 1, and attempts will be made be
fore that tima-sto reach an agree
ment, whlfch will be submitted to
the miners by refoiendum' vote. If
a genornl' contract covering Ule
bituminous fle'lj is not mudo. It nray
'be dcciUed later to permit the mih-
era of oach district to arrange their
The contracts in tht anthracite
field expire- at the samcr time, and a;
conference of minors and operators
will be heM in New Ybrk February
24. Tlio anthracite minerB ar seek
ing for art increase a? 20 per cent.
The delegates named to- tle
World's Mining Congren arc:
Adorph Cfermcr, Illlaois, and Georgo
LaeRen Indiana, for 1912, and John
Moore, Ohio, and Duncan McDonald,
Illinois, for 1913. The delegates to
the Western minors' conrentton aro:
rrank Cameron, Iowa, and 'James
ONE WHO IB. GLAD TO
KNOW ABOUT GOOD STOCK
I, us one of tho horsemon of Ohio
county anvlndeed glad to know
that tlrere 1b ono more man In the
county who is interested in register
ed horaesjQTr have been In the busi
ness for TlTearp and have never
handled! anything but registered
stock, consequently I am far that
kind, first last and all the time.
It should bo quite a pleasure to
our friend, Mr. Walter Parks, tp
own a stallion that has never been
beaten but once in tho model ring.
But just here I wish to say that the
writer had the pleasure ot defeat
ing him that time with Linda Head
ly No, 4042 who .was sired by Red
Eagle No. 28, and who is a half-
a place for High
Bister to Storm Cloud' No.' 3IC1,
wha's ad. will appear in- the Hart
ford Herald later. Tlio writer also
had the pleasure of graduating: Lin
da at Morgantown last year, defeating-
2T ntrles in ther sanio class
that Gilded Clique was, defected in.
If wo would only get busy and han
dle a fow, more mores-and stallions
into the above mentioned, it ft-ould-)
be only a- short time till Ohio county-
wouM rank with tho best sw far
as horses aro concerned. So get
busy, boys. Glvo us-a Horsu show
rhlb raiT at the Hartford Fair
Grounds- and ret's see ir we can't
Urihg tftfr dead to life- once more.
Yours for good horses,
Genfiertown, Ky., Feb. 3.
O QO-OO ooocoooooooo
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O in regard to, O
O OS1TV ARIES, RESOLUTIONS. Ot
O OF RESPECT,, &. 9f ,
T?ho Hartford Horald has adopted
a new rulo In regard te Obituaries,
isolations of Respect Cards of
TTaaaks, &c, wbtuor- -written at the
the behest of lodges, churches nr In
dividuals, and that is, we ahalll
charge at the rate ot two centa per
line for all Buchi article?, excopt oblb
uary poetry, which will be onp cento.
Pr word, 8triBhKThJs is tno small
est rate wo chorg for anything and
Is only one-fifth of our regular rato.
The amounb, in cash or sta
must accompany each artlclaj! ir
It will not bo printed. Wfcx
words average a lino in rdl
nary reading and every Boptwratij
character or Initial letter counts' as -a
word. The heading and the" Big
nature both count ono line each,
even if they ar,o only a word or two.
Alt obituary poetry, straight
through, one cent per ward.
Contributors please remember.
BAPTIST ENDEAVORERS "
TO MEET AT HEIUIEE
Sebree, Ky., Feb. C Rev. MM
Vance, now proprietor of SebfMf
Springs, has closed a deal
General Baptist Endeavor
for the 1912 convention at
Delegates will be there from ken-2 U
tucky, Indiana and Illinois., and
Rev. Vanco says that ho has assur
ance that there will be at lerist 400
delegates present. The dates for
the big convention are ; July 3, 4, 5.
ron nwBuuATiau (moneys and blabbcr
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