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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20, 1012.
THE HARTFORD HERALD
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mind that IT PAYS TO TRADE
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O LOCAL NEWS AND , O
O PERSONAL POINTS O
Mr. C. I. Maxey, Beaver Dam,
was a pleasant caller yesterday.
Mr. W. J. Bean and family are
visiting relatives near Beaver Dam.
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- Mr. Nathan Rosenblatt spent Sun
day with his parents at HawesvIUe.
Mr. and Mrs. M. McCormlck have
returned from a sojourn at Daw
Mrs. Sara Lee, of Loltchfield, Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. R. R: Wed
Mr. R. B. Laws, Hartford,- Route
2; was a pleasant caller at The Her
aid offlc0 Friday.
" ; Mr. J. R. Mllburn, Hartford,
Route 2, gave The Herald a Pleas
ant call Thursday.
Mr. Harry Hoover and wife will
leave next week for California, with
a view of locating there.
Miss Llllle Thomas, Louisville,
was the guest of the Misses NalJ,
city, a few days recently.
Attorney W. H. Barnes spent
Monday In Frankfort on legal busi
ness, returning yesterday.
Mr, J. W. O'Bannon, local mana
ger for the Hartford Telephone Co.,
spent Monday In Owensboro.
"? .Mr. Harry Monroe, of Beaver
Dam, paid The Herald a pleasant
call while Jn Hartford Monday,
Messrs. James Ambrose and John
Hamilton, Hartford, Route 5, were
among The Herald's callers Wed
nesday.. Miss Myrtle Williams, who Is
teaching at No. 19, visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams,
Mrs. A. M. Barnett, living" near
Hartford, has gone to Knoxvllle,
Tenn to visit her -father,' who is
, dangerously ill.
Mrs. Arthur J. Frievogle. of Mas-
coutah, 111.,, was the guest of her,
, mother, Mrs. Nannie Dover, city, a
few days receptly. t . r
'The- Woman's Homo Missionary
jSocfety of thVCenterton Method
.Jat Church wjll gfre n oyster sup-,
per on Saturday night, November
23d, in'th0 bulging' formerly occu
"piad'fby the Arm of Maddox, McMil
lan & Robs'. "Everybody eordlalfy
Invited i' ' J'Ji
Now that winter is fast
coming, you will need
either a Cloak or a Coat
Suit. We carry a stock
that is worthy of your con
sideration. Our styles are
right and our prices are
Can sell you a Cloak at
from $5.00 to $20.00
made of latest material and
a style that will appeal to
Coat Suits from $10.00
to $20.00 that are worth
Ernest Woodward is in Louisville
to-day on business for the Rough
River OH & Gas Co. From there
he will go to Evansvllle, returning
Mr. Klbbey Herrel, the senior
member of the well known mercan
the Arm of Herrel Bros., Rockport,
was a pleasant caller at The Herald
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McKinney
have returned to their home In
Boonvllle, Ind., after spending ten
days with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe S. Bennett, city.
Esq. B. F. Hudson, Messrs. Thos.
Williams, West Hartford; W. P.
Leach, Beaver Dam, and W. R
Moseley, Llvia, Route 2, were pleas
ant callers at The Herald office
Mr. Ouy Forrester, who has been
employed In the mechanical de
partment of the Hartford Republic
an for several months, has accept
ed a position at Earlington, Ky.,
where his parents reside.
Mr. H. C. Black, Bedford, Ky.,
Farmers' Institute organizer, was
In Hartford from Saturday morn
ing until Monday afternoon, pre
paring for the Institute to be held
In Hartford, for Ohio county, on
December 4th and 5th.
Dr. Claude Wilson, the osteo
pathic physician, of Fordsvllle, was
In Hartford yesterday from 7
o'clock a. m. to 1:30 p. m. for the
practice of his profession. He will
make regular trips from now on.
See his card In another column.
Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook
went to Louisville Monday and will
return to-day. Mr. Holbrook, rep
resenting the West Kentucky OH
Co., closed a deal Monday evening
with the Standard Oil Co for the
whole output of this company's
Mr. J. M. Lane, of Washington,
Pa., who is prospecting for oil in
this county, met with a severe ac
cident near Sulphur Springs last
Friday, when Jn making a sharp
turn, his buggy was overturned
upon him. Tbecjdei waB caus
ed by a rusty ''fifth' wheel," and
While' severe, w.a's( fiot 'serious. Mr.
C. M. Barnptt, who' wag In the bug
gy with hTasi,- es,ca'pef$nnuf'l,
The following .folks from dis
tance 'attended the vfunerali or Mr.
IL T. Barneft,v at Alexander ceme
tery" last week? 'Mcssra. V. O. and
U. C. Barnett, of Dermott, Ark.;
Mrs. J. B. Rogers, Julncy, 111.; Dr.
N. Barnett and daughter Caney
vllle, Ky.; Mrs. R. M. Thornsberry
and daughter, Owermboro,; L. C.
Barnett and Miss Mary Barnett,
Louisville; John Llndley and wife"
and M. S. Barnett, Llvermore.
Miss Nancy Ford, her sister Am
ble, and brother Edward, who had
been on an extended vl3lt to their
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Ford, of Winchester, Ky., returned
homo last Saturday. They were
met at Louisville by their father,
Dr. E. W. Ford.
Dr. Claude Wilson, Osteopath,
will be In Hartford on Tuesdays and
Fridays of each week. Hl8 office Is
located in the Commercial Hotel.
Offlco hours, 7 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Dr. Wilson will also be in Beaver
Dam on the same days. Office hours
from 12:30 p. m. to 2:43 p. m. at
Tucker Hotel. adv-47tC
I will pay 12c per pound for Tur
keys delivered at my place of busi
ness any day this week. After this
week It will be too late to get them
into -New York City for Thanksgiv
ing. New prices quoted next week
but will likely be lower.
W. E. ELLIS,
The Produce Man.
Mr. Leslie Combs, Hartford,
Route 1, has been appointed by
Governor McCreary as Justice of
the Peace for the Hartford Magis
terial District in the place of Esq.
Ben Chamberlln, resigned. Mr.
Combs has received his commis
sion, executed tlie required bond
and Is now a full fledged Justice of
the Peace to 1111 out the unexpired
term of Esq. Chamberlln. Mr.
Combs Is one o' Ohio county's best
citlzens and thoroughly qualified to
execute the duties of his office.
Some little excitement was cre
ate J in Hartford Sunday afternoon
by the arrest of young Charlie Bur
ton, who was drunk and disorderly.
He went Into the restaurant of
Lewis Bozarth on Main street
and Marshal Stevens went in after
him and had him in custody when
Bozarth forbade the Marshal ar
resting the boy in his house, and
ordered him out. The Marshal tel
ephoned for advice to Police Judge
Crowe, who told him the law did
not allow the arrest there. A few
minutes later young Burton escap
ed and took flight, but was pursued
by Marshal Stevens and Sheriff
Black in an automobile, captured
and landed in jail. Burton was
fined $10 and costs In Police Court
Winston Muiuy T)enl.
Winston Mauzy, living two miles
East of Hartford, died very sudden
ly last Monday morning of epilepsy
He had been suffering from a slight
attack of pneumonia, but it was
thought he was getting along nicely
until last Monday morning about
5 o'clock, when he arose from his
bed and was stricken with epilepsy,
expiring In a few minutes.
His remains will be interred in
Oakwood cemetery to-day by the
sido of his son, who preceded him
many years. The deceased was 53
years old and a cousin of the late
W. H. Mauzy, of Hartford. Peace
to his ashes.
Young Folks' Dance.
The young men of Hartford gave
a dance laBt Thursday night at Dr,
Bean's Opera House, which was a
very enjoyable affair. Those pres
ent were: Misses Gladys Wooten,
Clara Robertson, Mattle Duke, Al
ma Riley, Lorraln Sullenger, Louise
Phlpps, Ruth Spalding, Miss Pay
ton, of Denver, Colo.; Messrs. E. G.
Barrass, Will Riley, Goodell Woot
en, Louis Riley, Hoyt Taylor, Nath
The Democrats won many Gover
nors at the 1912 election. Here
.they are. William Sulzer, New
York; James Cox, Ohio; Samuel M.
Ralston, Indiana; John H. Moore
head, Nebraska; Ellas M. Amraons,
Colorado; Edward F. Dunne, Illi
nois; Ernest Lister, Washington;
S. V. Stewart, Montana; Eugene
Foss, Massachusetts; O. B. Colquitt,
Texas; George H. Hodges, Kansas.
Where tli0 lllauie Rests.
Responsibility for the defeat of
the Republican party rests primari
ly and principally upon Theodore
Roosevelt. When It refused to
nominate him for a third term, he
turned upon it In a perfidous and
revengeful spirit, resolved to pre
vent its success as a penalty for not
making him its candidate. In all
the history of American politics,
there is no parallel for this case of
amaxlng egotism and llagrant in
gratitude, and certainly no true
Republican can ever forget or con
done It. Globe-Democrat.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
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STANDARD OIL COMPANY
BUYS OURME PRODUCT
At a Satisfactory Price A
Fine Oil Development Is
Thc West Kentucky Oil Company
ling just concluded a contract with
the Standard Oil Company by which
the latter company agrees to buy
the entire output of the former oil
company, for which n satisfactory
price has been agreed on. This
means that the local company will
begin at once the delivery of Its J
product to the purchaser. ,
The producing company will con
vey the production from Its wells
on the Carter and Snell farms, and j
from other farms, as additional
wells are brought In, through a pipe
line- which has heretofore been laid i
connecting the producing wells with
the L. fc X. railroad at Dukehurst,
about one miles distant. An S00-i
barrel receiving tank has bren or
dered and will be erected at once ,
at the railroad station and from
this tank, which will be connected
with th0 pipe line, oil tank cars
will be loaded and the oil shipped
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llie company now has in storage
about 1,800 to 2,000 barrels of oil,
and the production continues most
batisfactory to the operating com
pany. Well No. 2 on the Snell farm pro
duces gas in sufficient quantities to
operate a 20-liorse-power gns ani
gine and this will be installed at
once and used to pump wells Nos. i
1 and 2, nntl others a they are I
Well No. 3 on the Howard farm,
which was started by the company
last Thursday, Is well under way,
and the men In charge promise the
owners another producing well 'as
a Christmas gift. Well No. 4, to lie
drilled on the Carter farm, will be
drilled hi th0 near future. The I
company will drill a number of
wells In the near future, hut the ex
act locations have not yot been de
termined. The West Kentucky Oil Company
is a Kentucky corporation and was
organized, and t'le stock In same l
largely owned, by local people.
This company Is to bi congratulat
ed, as are also the farmers whose
lands thc company will develop.
We predict a great future for this
section of the State and Ohio coun
ty on account of the discovery and
development of an oil field believed
to be of great magnitude.
The Rough River Oil & Ga8 Co.
have received a car load of casing
for their initial well at Dundee and
same Is being hauled to the well's
location on the S. J. Weller land,
near Sulphur Springs.
The Rough River Oil & Gas Co.,
announce that negotiations are un
der way to sink at least two other
wells on their properties within the
next thirty days.
Please Read Me and k Happy
New Gjods at ller's Grocery.
Raisins, Currents, Dates, Figs,
Apricots, Piunes, Peaches, Apples,
Citron, Pie Raisins, nil kinds of
Spices 'for Fruit Cakes, Fresh Oys
ters, Celery, Cranberries, new line
of Candles, Barrel Kraut, Jumbo
PicklcB, Mackerel, Loose Mince
Meat, Potatoes, Cabbage, Onions,
Turnips, Now Sorghum, New Or
leans Molasses, Pink, Navy and But
ter Beans, Flake Crushed Hominy,
Grape Fruit, Pears, Apples, Or
anges, Bananas, Lemons, Boston
Brown Bread, Buckwheat, Pan Cnke
We have forty of the latest books
added to our Circulating Library.
Winter tlme is here for your read
ing Yours for more business,
' ILER'S GROCTRY.
Last Call For Taxes.
Before extra cost is added. Depu
ty Sheriff S. O. Keown will be at
the following places on day named
to collect your taxes:
Matanfcas, Wednesday, Nov. 20.
Equality, Thursday, Nov. 21.
Coral vd, Friday, Nov. 22.
Rockport, Saturday, Nov. 23.
Wysox1, Tuesday, Nov.. 26.
Prentis, Wednesday, 'Nov. 27.
Cromwell, Friday, Nov! 29.
1 ' T. H. BLACK, Sheriff.
NOTICE OF RENTAL,
Mary E. Greer, Plaintiff,
B. F. Greer, &c, Defendants.
Pursuant to an order of the Ohio
Circuit 'Court, entered In Order
Book No. 66, page 584, Ohio Cir
cuit Clerk's office, I will on Monday,
December 2, 1912, about 1' o'clock
p. 'm. by public outcry, at the court
house door In Hartfbrd. rent to the
highest and best "bidder; on sfx and
twelvo months time, in equal in-
Listen! You will
be thank fuf if
you buy your
A 9Pj$$& mm "19 I
Ve do not merely want a man's money
when he buys-clothes from us; ve want
his gratitude--we want to know that
he Is pleased.
If every man In this town were a
"judge" of clothing, we would sell every
suit and overcoat sold. When you are
not a judge, you can trust In just one
Ve are proud of our reputation and we
feel thankful to our many customers who
confide In us, who, by giving us their
business, show that they believe we sell
.upright, ALL- WOOL clothing at square
(Jarson & CO.
stallraents, what Is known as the
late Samuel H. Greer homestead,
situated in Ohio county, Kentucky,
about four miles from Wh!tcsille.
Tho farm contains acres.
Same will be rented for the year
1913. The renter to give posses
sion of same the 1st day of Janu-,
ary, 1914. The proceeds of rental
to be used for the maintenance of
the plaintiff, Mary E. Greer, after
tho cost of rental Is paid. Bond for
th0 rental price with approved se
curity will be required immediately
after rental. And to better secure
the rental price a Hen will also be
retained on the crop grown on said
premises for the year 1913.
E. E. BIRKHEAD,
4 7t2 Master Commissioner.
Tills distressing disease results
from a disordered condition of the
stomach, and can be cured by tak
ing Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Get a free sample
at any dealer's and try it. m
The Kind of
To be UBed is very much
a matter of taste. It is
important, though, that
the frames set properly
on the nose and at the
right distance from the
Eyes; that the lenses be
perfectly centered, and
how are you to know
when some is guessing?
WE NEVER GUESS.
J. B. TAPPAN,
Tho Reliable Jowoler
III ifaajai I
I have just received a large
Shot Guns, Rifles, Tar
get Guns, Ammu
nition, Shells, &c,
And respectfully request you
to call and see the larg
est and best line of Shot
Guns, Ammunition, &c.r
ever brought to Hartford.
Goods the best aud
prices the lowest.
U. S. CARSON
HARTFORD, - KY.
United States Life,.
Security Life, Chicago.
Midland Casualty Co-.
$3.00 for $2,000, per year. 91&e'
$10.1)0 for $5,000, per year. 8K.00
A. A. BROWN, Agent.
IIBAVEK DAM, JCC
' If. you find it in
The Herald, it will
be worth reading. It
coats only $1.00 year.