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THE HARTFORD HERALD
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Just a word about the best line of
Men's Suits and Overcoats in Hartford.
We have them in a big variety and want
to show them to you.
sale, if you are really
None but the best
I if you want to be dressed comfortably and
in something stylish, call and we will fix
you. We are interested in you being
well dressed, for it is in this way we ad
vertise our business. Remember this, and
bear in mind that IT PAYS TO TRADE
WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES
O LOCAL NEWS AND O
O PERSONAL POINTS O
U. S. Carson pay8 cash for furs.
City Restaurant feod8 the people.
A fine Un0 of Cut Glass to select
from at J. C. Iler's.
For the finest and newest pat
terns in Imported China go to J. C.
J. C. Her, the groceryman, has a
fine lino of Holly Box Papers for
the Holidays. '"
Mr. J. T. Felix, after an ext'ehde'd
visit to relatives at Olaton, return
ed to Hartford Friday.
Everything good to eat at the
City Restaurant. Quick Lunches' a
specialty. Prices cloBe.
Mrs. G.' H. Cox an Mrs. Emma
Chandler, city, were pleasant call
ers at Th0 Herald office yesterday.
Mr. Alvln Rowe, cashier Farmers
Bank, Centertown, Was a pleasant
caller at The Herald office Satur
day. Messrs. J. B. Balrd, Matanzas,
and W. G. Ward, West Hartford,
were among The Herald's callers
Call. J. C. Her, the groceryman,
for anything you may need in the
Grocery line. Home 'Phone 54,
Cumberland Phone H0 '
For the freshest and best Can
dles' on the market go toJ.C.
Iler's. Box Candy from 25c to $5.
Just th0 thing for your best girl.
yjtiisa Willye Smith left Wednes
day". 'Leitchfleld to be the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Layman
and Judge and'.Mrs. C. L.,piay.
V, J. C. IlerA,the groceryman, has
the nwellest line of Frujt Baskets
ever brought to Hartford. Have to
jbe seen to be appreciated.
Messrs. 1 N. Lanum, FordsvlUe;
gudlford. WhUe' RunjTand A. D.
Miller, Dundee ' Route T, were
amonj( o(ur caUera Wednesday'.
' Mrs. Paul Woodward, Louisville,
la the guest 'of"f.fcWMfaWWT.
Voodtard and fetper ,ftj.enda and
elallves In Ifirtrirt thli faek.
Mrs. Nancy Affori,iho'1ias', been
CJultsW atxhe TdeHeeiqSfBer
provW- and it 'fa' bopd will soon
. A look means a
are handled by us, so
, Esq. J. B? STnddbx," Centertown";
Crlt Martin, Beaver Dam, Route 3,
and A. C. Berryman, Wysox, were
callers at The Herald office Friday
Those who want to make special
Book orders for the Holidays will
please hand a memoranda of same
to Mr. J. C. Her' at their earliest
Lost Nearly $1,000 in notes, be
tween Rumsey and Beda, Ky. Con
tained In long pocketbook. Liberal
reward for return to J. T. Sutton,
Mr. Glenn Barnes, who ls In
school at Vanderbllt Training
School at Elkton, spent Thanks
giving with his parents, Judge and
Mrs. W. H. Barnes.
Fresh Oysters, Fruits, Candles,
&c In abundance at the City Res
taurant. Everything up-to-date.
Service the best. Music while you
eat. Give us a cal'-
Miss Mary Joiner, of Madison-
ville, and Prof. Raymer TInsley, of
Greenville, both holding responsible
teaching positions, spent Thanks
giving with relatives here.
Mr. W. H. Parks, of Beda, has
bought the farm of Mr. P. A. Mox
ley, on Nocreek, and will take pos
session January 1. Mr. Moxley has
not decided upon a location.
Messrs. A. G. Murphy, Hartford,
Route I! Charles Davison, Shrove;
A. A. Sheffield, West Hartford; N.
H. Keown, Cromwell, and Tllford
Aldridge, Hartford, Route 5, were
among The Herald'ss callers Satur
day. Mr. Harry Monroe, Beaver Dam,
accompanied by his brother, Mr. W.
A. Monroe, a lumber dealer of New
York City, who was spending
Thansglvlng with him, were pleas
ant callers at Tbe Herald office Fri
day. A faulty flue at the Baptfst par
sonage In Hartford yesterday af
ternoon brought Hartford's fire
brigade out in force, but it proved
to be only smoke escaping from
a small stove below which had bad
flue connections above. There was
nothing afire except in the atove
below, but holes had to.be chopped
in the garret to find It out. It was
a lucky escape from a serious blaze.
This week's specials at Dr. Bean's
Opera House- Friday and, Saturday
nlgbtB, three' reels each night' and
tbe last for'the" season, -with songs
and inuolc: ,, . Friday night Re
united'! frCopittxltlvKfi ilHowl
Auntlo Was Fooled" "True Indian
Heart " Saturday night "Nevada"
"VIew8 on Post-Cards" "Mono
gram Joe." Th0 admission Is only
10c. ThcEo pictures will close the
shows for this year and this will be
the last opportunity to see them.
Mr. C. R. Reed, wife and son,
Master Charles Edward Reed, of
Cole Creek, Tenn., after spending a
week with Mrs. Reed's mother,
Mrs. Ella Morton, and other rela
tives in Hartford, returned home
Mr. David Brock, of the State of
Washington, and sister, Mrs. Fan
nie Harbison, of Indiana, will ar
rive in Hartford to-day to visit
Judge and Mrs. J. P. Sanderfur.
This is Mr. Brock's first visit hero
since he went West In 1864.
Mr. L. M. Render, wife and
daughter, Louisville, visited Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Render, Hartford,
from Thursday until Saturday
morning. They came down to bo
present at the marriage of Dr. E.
W. Ford and MIss Effle Render.
Dr. Claude Wilson, tho Osteo
pathic physician, of Fordsvlllc,
spent yesterday in Hartford as he
will each succeeding Tuesday and
Friday. This Is quite a conve
nience for those who desire osteo
pathic treatment In Hartford and
The Ladles Bazaar of the Meth
odist Church Is now in full opera
tion at the old Hartford Drug Co.
building, corner Main and Center
stects. Dinner and lunches arc
served and your stay will be made
pleabu.it. You will get your mon
ey's worth and patronize a good
cause by dropping in.
Dr. Claude Wilson, Osteopath,
will be In Hartford on Tuesdays and
Fridays of each week. HIa ofllce is
located In the Commercial Hotel.,
Office hours, 8:45 n. m. to 1:30 p.
m.. Dr. Wilson has been compelled
to cancel his trips to Beaver Dam
on account of all of his time on
these dates being taken up at Hart
Messrs. Sclota Hocker, Barney
Hocker and MIs8 Sadie Hocker,
Centertown; Geo. N. Baize, Balze
town; Mrs. Katie Heflin and Lyda
Heflin, Hartford, Route 7; B. J.
French, Pleasant Ridge; J. W.
Robertson, Hartford, Route 2, and
Esq. Leslie Combs, Hartford, Route
1, were among The Herald's callers
Dr. E. W. Ford and Miss Effle
Leo Render, youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Render, Hart
ford, were married nt the bride's
home on South Main street last
Thursday evening at 0 o'clock, Rev.
E. B. English, their pastor, per
forming the ceremony.
The wedding was a quiet affair,
only the relatives and a few of
their special friends being present.
Dr. and Mrs. Ford have the best
wlshes of their many friends In
Hartford and community.
Miss Grace Forrester, of this city,
and Mr. C. W. Johnson, of Louis
ville, Kywerc married In Hender
son Wednesday afternoon at the
Hotel Henderson. Miss Forrester
Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Forrester, of this city, and Is a
charming and popular young lady.
Mr. Johnson Is' engaged In the drug
business In Louisville, Ky., and 1b a
rising young business man. The
young couple left Henderson Wed
nesday night for Louisville where
they will make their future home.
The many friends of the young
bride wish her a long life of hap
piness. Earllngton Bee.
PRANK CAUSKD KILLING
A very sad and unfortunate kill
ing ocurred near Sunnydale, this
county, about 7 o'clock last Satur
day evening, when Claude White, a
young man about 18 years old, was
shot and instantly killed by Cliff
Burden, who was returning home
from his days work. Burden came
to town and surrendered to the au
thorities. The Coroner, Dr. A. B.
Riley, was called and empaneled
thQ following jury: A. C, Coy, J.
L. Glilum, G. W. Russell, Lawrence
Bunger, Lee Lewis and M. G. Funk.
After hearing the evidence the
following verdict was returned,
signed by all: "We, the Jury find
the following verdict, that Claude
White, age 18 years, came to bis
death November 30, 1912, at 7:15
p. m. at the hands of Cliff Burden,
who shot him In self defense, think
ing ho (Claude White), was trying
to do him bodily harm, not knowing
who It was."
After the verdict was returnpd
Cliff Burden was ordered released
and be returned home wl(n bis
father and other friends Sunday
From the best we can learn,
there " being no eye witness, Cliff
Burden waB returning .homo from
his days work and on the road,, at
a dark place, -young White Jumped1
i ' ", i - i tu, ,
and grabbed Bunion and when ho
did this, Burden fired, striking him
over the right eye the ball passing
through hl8 brain fracturing the
skull' on the opposite side. Burden
saw the man fall and ran and notifi
ed parties what had happened and
the neighbors soon came on the
Bcono and discovered that it was
young White, who had evidently
only attempted to frighten his
friend and neighbor, Burden.
The unfortunate part of the
whole affair is, that Burden hnd a
pistol with him. This thing of car
rying pistols around promiscuously
ehould be stopped, as should also
the practice of trying to scare people.
RETURNED TO HAKTKOIU)
TO KA(K BAD CHARGES
C. L. Williams, who waB indicted
at the March 1910 term of the Ohio
Circuit Court charged with embez
zling $,413.27, the funds of the
Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis
Railway Company, was arrested at
Ft. Smith, Ark., last Friday and de
livered to the Jailer of Ohio coun
ty last Monday morning by Frank
L. Miller, Inspector for the Ameri
can Surety Company, of New York,
Williams having waived extradition
papers and placed Into the special
bailiff Miller's hands to be brought
to Hartford. There being no com
mitment papers, the Jailer, Mr.Mld
kiff, refused to lock Mr. Williams
in jail, but instead kept him in his
Upon Investigation of the records
in the Ohio Circuit Clerk's offlce it
was found that the Indictment re
turned by the grand Jury at the
March term, 1910, had been dis
missed by nn order of Court enter
ed at the February term, 1911, the
Commonwealth's Attorney having
Hied statement asking Its dismissal.
On Tuesday morning n writ was
Issued from the County Judge's of
fice on the nffldavlt of Frank L.
Miller, charging Williams with the
crime of embezzlement, whereupon
he was rearrested and hls bond was
fixed at $500 and falling to eecute,
the defendant was placed In the
custody of the Jailer to await the
examining trial which is set for to
morrow. AV. S. Taylor Married.
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 2. Wil
liam S. Taylor, formerly Governor
of Kentucky, was married Sunday
to Mrs. Nora Meyers, of Jnmestown,
Ky. The wedding took place nt the
homo of the bride's parents, at
Jamestown, and the ceremony was
performed In th0 presence of a few
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor left for a
honeymoon trip through Florida,
and upon their return in about two
weeks, will reside In this city.
O MARRIAGE LICENSE. O
Clarence Ward, Hartford, to Ma
bel Ashly, Hartford.
Ira D. Funk, Hartford, Route 5,
to Gertrey Raymon, Hartford, R. C.
S. B. Hill, Mcllenry, to Hallie M.
Dr. E. W. Ford, Hartford, to Ef
fle Lee Render, Hartford.
W. F. Brown, Mcllenry, to Delia
M. Dennlson, Rosine.
Your sowing of all kind. Terms
reasonable Mrs. Emma Chandler,
49t2 Madison St., Hartford, Ky
Ditch Case on Trlnl.
In the matter of George A.
Barnes, &c, on' petition for a ditch
In the Muddy creek flats between
Hartford and Beaver Dam, Judge
J. P. Sanderfur was, by agreement,
selected to preside during the hear
ing of the case, regular Judge R.
R. Wedding being disqualified.
There are quite a number of wit
nesses and the trial, which was Iip
gun yesterday, wilt likely be con
Congress in Session.
The last session of the sixty-second
Congress convened in
both Houses at noon Monday.
Senator Bacon presiding In the Sen
ate and Speaker Clark in the
House. After twenty minutes the
Senate adjourned through respect
to the memories of the late presid
ing officer, Vice President Sherman
and the late Senators Rayner and
Boise, Idaho, Dec. 1. All of tho
Idaho constitutional amendments
voted on at the recent election wore
adopted, according to figures given
out by the State Board of Canvas
sers to-day-. The vote in favor of
the initiative was 38,921, against
19,377; In favor of the recall 36,
827, against 14,094. Less than
half the voters expressed them
selves. Friends of "Uncle Joe" Cannon
bm nrrnnvlnir a mnnifAf hflnniiAt In
honor. of the veteran Illinois legis
lator, .who will retire In favor of, a
Democrat on March 4.
(In Connection with S. Rosenblatt I law c&villc, Ky.)
HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY.
O FINANCIAL STATEMENT. O
The following statement shows
the amount of campaign funds re
ceived and disbursed by me as
CampaignChalrman for Ohio county
in the Presidential election, 1912:
G. B. Likens, expense money
advanced $ 25.00
W.O. Davis, State Treasurer 298.50
Total receipts $323.50
G. B. Likens, expense money
returned $ 25.00
Postage and Stationery ... 51.50
Livery bills 15.50
Hotel bills 5.10
'BuB and Railroad fares ... 11.20
Stenographic work 17.00
Books and making polls. . . 7.75
Sign and putting up 1.50
Lights and Telephone .... 7.45
Challengers and Inspectors. CO. 00
To get out vote 84.50
Office expenses 5.45
Total expense $309.95
Balance on hands, $13. 5d.
C. M. CROWE,
Subscribed and sworn to before
mo by C. M. Crowe, this November
JNO B. WILSON,
N. P. O. C.
My Commission expire January
Those who have not paid their
town taxes for tho year 1912 are
hereby notified to call at my office
at the First National Bank and pay
same on or before Saturday, No
vember 30, 1912. If not paid by
that date, I will, under order of tho
City Council, proceed to advertise
and sell the property upon which
the taxes are levied, to satisfy same.
I will also advertise and sell the
property for all back taxes. As the
cost of advertising and selling Is
very expensive to tho taxpayer, I
urgently request that all parties ow
ing such taxes will call at once and
savo this extra expense.
J. P. STEVENS,
Marshal Town of Hartford.
Mammoth Bronte Turkeys, Barred
Plymouth Rock and Silver Wyan
dotte Chickens for sale. Prices
right. Write your wants.
. , . P. W. CREAGER,
48t3." Cecillan, Ky.
I have just received a. large
Shot Guns, Rifles, Tar
get Guns, Ammu
nition, Shells, &c,
And respectfully request yon
to ctill iind see the larg
est and best line of Shot
Guns, Ammunition, &c,
ever brought to Hartford.
Goods the best and
prices the lowest.
U. S. CARSON
HARTFORD, - KY..
United States Life,
Security Life, Chicago.
Midland Casualty Co.
$3.00 for 92,000, per year. $15.00
$10.00 for $3,000, per year. $25.00
A. A. BROWN, Agent.
BEAVER DAM, KY.
If you find it in
The Herald, it will
be worth reading. It
costs only $1.00 year.
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