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. WEDNESDAY, XOV. 0, 1012.
THE HARTFORD HERALD
FOR MEN. WOMEN fatsJ
We want to call your attention to our
varied Hosiery stock. We carry nothing
but representative lines hose that you can
depend on. We place at the top of this
list our Hole-Proof Hose, six pairs guaran
teed to wear you six months or new ones
in their place. So don't "mend the end,
but end the mend." This you will do if
you wear our famous Hole-Proof Hosiery.
We have also the celebrated Black Cat
stockings for children at 1 5c and 25c per
pair. Buy )'our hose from us, and re
member that IT PAYS TO TRADE
WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES
,0 LOCAL NEWS AND
O PERSONAL POINTS O
Irvlngton Meal and Flour at '"W.
H. Moore & Son's Meat Market.
Just received new barrel Jumbo
W. H. MOORE & SON.
" Sour Kraut and
Mackerel at W. H.
nice new pack
Moore & Son's
Mr. Klnchen Martin and son
Crlt Martin, Beaver Dam, were call
ers at The Herald ofllce yesterday.
Miss Mary Rowo loft recently for
Lafayette, La., to spend the win
ter with her - nephews, the Fields
Mr. Douglas D. Felix, who came
last Saturday, will return to State
University, Lexington, tnls after
noon. Mr. Ben Taylor, has arrived 1ack
in Hartford from Owensboro and
taken his old position In his broth
er's barber shop. - ,.,.
Misses Lula Midklff and' Esther
Cambron, of Adabufg, gave The
Herald a pleasant call while" In
' Mr.' Clarence Barnard, city, who
..has.typhpid fever, Is getting along
as well as could bo expected. He
"has a"' serious case.
., Mr. G. G4 Wedding, traveling
salesman for the Axton & Fisher
.7 Tobacco Co., Louisvlllo. is thn guest
of his father here for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs.4 Onel Owen left
Thursday for Central City, where
they wll make their future home.
' Mr. Owen has a position in Bank's
Dr. E. W. Patterson, Dawson
Springs; Messrs. Thomas O. Baker,
' Render, and J. A. Westerfleld, Pun-
dee, were among The Herald's call
,MiB8 Dixie Moseley, route 2, and
j, Mr. Alvln Ward, route 7, wore mar-
,,.rjed at the bride's home' Wednes
day afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev. T,
V. , Joiner "officiating.
V Messrs. G. B. Likens, Assistant
State Auditor, Frankfort, and. Jas.
P. Thomas, clerk to Surveyor of the
Port, Custom House,' Louisville,
.came down Monday to vote, return
ing 'home yesterday. Mr. Thomas
' J.-- -- .!!. I -J- U.. V.I. 11.11.
daughter Mim Carojyn. Louise
Just opened a barrel of that
good pure New Orleans Molasses
the kind that everybody likes. Get
a gallon to-day.
HARTFORD GROCERY CO.
The City Restaurant is the place
to do your eating. Meals served at
all hours, on short notice. Prompt
service and politest attention guar
anteed by W. A. Wllkerson.
Messrs. Harvy Tlchenor, Beaver
Dam; John T. Jackson and J. L.
Brown, Rocfcport; Alex Bennett,
Hartford, Route 3, were callers at
The Herald office Friday.
Anything In the eating line serv
ed on short Tiotico at the City Res
taurant. Your patronage solicited.
Prompt and polite attention guar
anteed by W. A. Wllkerson.
Messrs. L. B. Grant, Equality;
W. P. Maxwell, Shreve; O. N. Rock,
Hartford, Route 2; H. B. Taylor
and D. H. Crabtree, Beaver Dam,
were callers at The Herald office
Messrs. J. P. Tlchenor, Matan-
zas; John Keith, Horse Branch;
Vincent Goff, Hartford, Route 4,
and A. A, Brown, Beaver Dam,
were among The Herald's callers
When in Hartford, go to the City
Restaurant for a good squar0 meal
or anything In the fruit or confec
tionery line. Mals served at all
W. A. WILKERSON, Mgr.
Mr. Henry Carson Is in Corbin,
Ky., having been called there sev
eral days ago by the serious Illness
of his brother, Dr. E. A. Carson,
who is suffering from a severe
form of paralysis.
Mrs. Inez Griffin, who had been
spending the summer with her sis
ter, Mrs. R. H. Gillesplo and family
and other friends hero, has return
ed to her daughter's Mrs. A. D.
BusklU's, of Houston, Texas.
Miss Essie King has accepted a
position as telephone girl in the ox
change of the Farmers' Mutual Tel
ephone Co., who have about all
their connections up here in Hart
ford and will soon' be ready for full
Mr, A. A. Brown, Beaver Dam,
representing the Security Life and'
United States Llfe, Old Line and
the Midland Casualty Co., accident,
Chicago, was In Hartford yesterday'
writing business for his companles7'
who are to :b congratulated in b-
curing hl8 services.
S. Bennett Secretary of
the State Republican Executive
Committee, passed through Hart
ford yesterday en route to Louis
ville, liailng come hom0 to vote.
Mr. McHenry Hoibrook, who had
been spending a few dayB with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Hoi
brook, returned to State Universi
ty, Lexington, yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Wayne S. Rock, Hartford,
Route 2, left for Mattoon, 111., last
Monday where he went to seek em
ployment as a clerk In a grocery es
tablishment. Wayne has relatives
In Mattoon and Chicago.
Mr. W. T. Rolph, formerly of
Louisville, who was well known In
Hartford some yeats ago and whose
son married Miss Isabel McHenry,
died at his residence in Philadel
phia last Wednesday, after a brief
Illness. His remains were Interred
In Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville
' i -
Miss Violet Barnard, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Monnle Barnard,
route 3, and Mr. Perry Crane, of
Butler, Ky son of Rev Crane, who
was formerly pastor of the Nocreek
church, were married at the bride's
home Thursday morning at 9
o'clock, Rev. EH Wesley officiating.
Attorney Geneial James Garnett
spoke at the court houso here last
Friday afternoon to a large and ap
preciative audience. His speech
was well received and much ap
plauded and was one of the best de
livered here In recent years. Mr.
Garnett is an orator of much abili
ty and there can be no doubt that
hi speech here established his par
ty men In the faith and won many
votes for the Democratic ticket.
Hon. Ed Morrow, nephew of e-
Gov. Bradley and one of the best
Republican orators 6n the stump In
Kentucky, spoke at the court house
here Saturday to tt good sized aud
ience. He handed It to the Bull
Moose crowd all right and also as
wns expected to th0 Democrats
His speech was of the regular stere
otyped order, but it was said
much applauded, and it was said
that he won a number of votes for
the Taft ticket by his persuasive
Aif'nccount in the Breckenrldge
News last week says that Mr. Ern
est Haswell, who recently visited
his aunt, Mrs. Jennie T. McHenry,
here, has arrived safely In Brussels,
France, and has matriculated In the
Royale Acadamlede de Beaux Arts
of Brussels. Ho is the only Ameri
can besides young Cole, son of Tim
othy Cole, the engineer, to enter
the Institution. Young Haswell is
a splendid sculptor and will no
doubt make his mark In his chosen
profession. HU home is in Har-
The Beilharz Entertainers held
forth at Dr. Bean's Opera House
last Saturday night tinder the aus
pices of the Hartford College Ly
ceum Course. A large crowd greet
ed Just about the best entertain
ment given hero yet. Mr. Beilharz
Is a whole show In himself and Ills
wife Is a very able assistant. As
an impersonator of different char
acters, It would "be hard to imagine
his equal. Mrs. Blelharz has a
sweet and highly cultured voice and
her singing was splendid. The two
are possessed of various accom
plishments which transform them
Into entertainers of the highest
New Meat Shop.
I have opened up a meat shop 1n
the Riley stand, In connection with
the Commercial Hotel and win be
pleased to have you call on Mr. Tke
Sanderfur for your meats, lard and
anything usually Ttept in a first
class -meatshop. Prices Tight. Your
4ttf J. P. JASPER.
A Novel WnK?r.
M. H. Combs and Geo. W. Hickey
made a novel wager. If Roosevelt
is elected, Combs Is to go into n hole
under Hickey's store and stay one
day. If Wilson is elected, Hickey is
to go into the hole and stay one
day. On the other hand, If Taft Is
elected, they are both to go into the
hole and stay one day. The hole
was prepared and the wager made
some days since. Messrs. Combs
and Hickey live at Dukehurst, five
miles northeast of Hartford, on the
M., H. & E. R. R.
On Sunday, November 3d, a sur
prise birthday dinner was given at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. 0.
Robertson in honor of their father,
Mr, Thomas Williams, It being his
eightieth birthday. ThoBe present
were: Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Williams
and son Douglas,. Mr. and Mrs. L.
M. Hatcher and family, Mr. andi
Mrs. T. P. Williams
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wallace and
family. All present report 'good
i Four J)uoc7jergey 'shoatB'iy will
eigh. 35'ta,4Q pounds. W1U sell
cheap. F. L. FELIX.
O CIRCUIT COURT NOTES. O
Annie Rowe Hill executed bond
as committee for Ethel Rowe.
Coni'th. vs. Andrew King, ct ai.,j
same vs. Josle Ward, same vs. Hus
chel Kitchens Commonwealth's '
Attorney in the "three foregoing
prosecutions filed statement a"d oi.
his motion they were dismissed.
Com'th. vs. Austin Bowling, et al
Walter Patterson's bond of J.'iO
forfeited nnd summonr awarded
against M. S. Patterson on forfeited
bond. Bench warrant awarded
against Walter Patterson.
Ellsha Peyton, committee for An
nie Peyton, executed bond.
Com'th. vs. Fege Morris verdict
of the jury guilty, Judgment sen
tencing him to penitentiary for not
less than one nor morc than five
Com'th. vs. Neely Burden ver
dict of Jury guilty, and Judgment
entered sentencing him to the pen
itentiary for not less than 10 nor
more than 20 years.
Com'th. vs. Oliver Daugherty
verdict of Jury guilty, and Judg
ment entered sentencing him to the
penitentiary for not less than 10
nor more than 20 years. Motion
for new trial made and case con
tinued on said motion.
Com'th. vs. Willis Allen jury
fnlled to agree; stood S to 4 for ac
quittal. Bond reduced to $1.10,
which was executed with Frank Al
len as surety and defendant releas
ed from custody.
Com'th. s. Fege Morris et al
Joe Crahan released from custody
and allowed to go on his own re
cognizance. Com'th. vs. Tom Ciahau con
tinued. The grand Jury, before adjourn
ment, returned 1.1 additional indict
ments classified as follows: Dis
turbing public worslilp,.1; running
horse on public highway, 1; dis
turbing public peace, 2; crime of
rape, 1; false swearing, 2; reduc
tion under promlFe to marry, 1 ;,
nuisance, 1 ; removing timber from
nnother person's land, 1; shooting
and wounding with Intent to kill, 1.
Ed Bowers vs. L. & N. R. R. Co.
verdict of jury, $.100 for plaintiff.
Motion for new trial.
New Oil Well.
The Rough River Oil & Gas Co.,
composed of local people, through
its president, M. L. Hcavrln, closed
a deal with Messrs. Henderson &
Snyder, of Lawrenceville, 111., to
put down a well on the S. J. Weller
land, the oil right to which Is own
ed by the said Rough River Oil &
The Rough River Oil & Gas Co.'s
stock is owned solely by local peo
ple and is distributed largely
among the farmers whose lauds It
Work on the well will begin at
FORMER HAKTFOItl) MEN
SEEM TO "GET IN BAD"
The Louisville Post of Saturday
contains the 'following, the Forman
men mentioned being the same who
formerly were In the boat business
between here and Evansvllle;
Accusations of Illegal practice of
medicine are embraced in twenty
indictmonts returned by the grand
jury against OC.W. Wlttman, George
W. Forman, W. M. Forman and
Miss Frances Hoist, who were ta
ken in custody Friday afternoon by
Special Detectives Frank Carroll
and Marvin Hart at offices on the
seventh lloor of the Realty build
ing. Judge Gregory fixed the bond at
$.100 for each and was Informed
that surety could be given.
In eleven Indictments the Ad
anced Medical Institute, "alias the
Advanced Medical Science Institu
tion, alias the Advanced Medical
Company," Is named, as well as the
four Individuals. Nine Indictments
name the individuals and the De-lisli-Etts
Among the accusations in the in
dictments are those to the effect
that the persons and concerns nam
ed are not licensed, nnd the con
cerns had not been Incorporated.
Mrs. Frank Maples, who lived be
tween Hartford and Horton, died
very suddenly Wednesday night.
She awakened her husband In the
night, and was suffering agonies.
He was unable to give any assist
ance and Mrs. Maples died in a tow
minutes. She leaves a child be
sides the husband. Mrs. Manles
was a daughter of E. M. Mllfcr
A Deplorable Affair.
Frank Tuttle, a young man liv
,n6 new Shreve, this county, shot
and seriously, wounded Nathaniel
Burch;? a young man or the same
neighborhood,-while at-, a young peo
ple's meeting at Pleasant Grove
church last Saturday night. It
seems from the best information
we could get that Tuttle had an old
pistol which he thought was not
(In Connection with P. Rosenblatt I Ia cs illo,' I . )
HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY.
loaded and after the meeting he,
with sonic joung ladles and other
young men, were on the chuich
grounds and Tuttle, thinking the
pistol not loaded, snapped it In the
face of a young lady and next In
th0 face of young Burch and to his
surprise the weapon fired, the bul
let taking effect In Huron's face,
just below the left eye, ranging
back and lodging in the skull.
Dr. D. H. Godsey wa8 called and
probed for the ball but failed to lo
cate It. When last heard from
young Burch was In a precarious
condition. Tuttle, It is said, is fran
tic with grief over the sad affair.
Lust Call For Tuxes.
Before extra cost is added. Depu
ty Sheriff S. O. Keown will be at
the following places on day named
to collect your taxes:
McHenry, Saturday, Nov. 9.
Dundee, Monday, Nov. 11.
Deanfield, Tuesday, Nov. 12.
Herbert, Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Trisler, Thursday, Nov. 14, fore
noon. Shreve, Thursday, Nov. 14, after
Fordsville, Friday and Saturday,
I Vnv l.l.lfi
Centertown, Tuesday, Nov. 19.
Matanzas, Wednesday, Nov. 20.
Equality, Thursday, Nov. 21.
Ceralvo, Friday, Nov. 22.
Rockport, Saturday, Nov. 23.
Wysox, Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Prentls, Wednesday, Nov. 27.
Cromwell, Friday, Nov. 29.
T. H. BLACK, Sheriff.
Don't waste your money buying
strengthening plasters. Chamber
lain's Liniment Is cheaper and bet
ter. Dampen a piece of flannel with
It and bind it over the affected
parts and It will relieve the pain
and soreness. For sale by all deal
United States Life,
Security Life, Chicago.
Midland Casualty Co.
$5.00 fori $2,000 ) D v
$10.00 for $5,000 J" rer Year
A. A. BROWN; Agent.
BEAVEU DAM, KY.
The Wrong Glass.
If yourprcent Glasses fail
to givey 3'ou case and oni
J55&.l0" there's something
wrong, Is it jour Glasses
or our (Ejus?
Thats a Vital Question
t. i Either is had enough and
should bring 3011 to us at
We like to discover un
usual E30 defects, the kind
that puzlu the AVERAGE
J. B. TAPPAN,
The Helinblo Jeweler
We have the cele
brated Henderson Road
Wagons for sale. Let
us show you their good
Also our usual line
select Family Groceries
and supplies at the low
est cash prices.
Give us a call or
phone No. 83.
for The Edd $i & Tur
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