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All Kinds Job Printing Neatly Executed.
HARTFORD, Vy.'WEDNESD AY, DECEMBER 31 1919.
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P say tho
d that it1
il will bo
"( bo long
stmermg a re
Dr. Caror-T. Grayson, his
ll VI.I ...J, a-J ,t..
it iuibitiiui, emu luuuy uui
I'lh M. Ytri1MnM I11 4 ni1u.
..-. "i, fTliOUU 01111 D lULUUi
tad la gaining strength dally.
Gaining Strenirtli Dnllv
e President walks about his
in M, ,i I... i. a
ldoore he uses a rolling chair;
- akJ j UUl 1VUUU UO UCD(
lt problems demading his per-
11 attention shoy after Janu-
I His Bald that ho 1111 havo series
ltterences with members of Con-
nd others interested in quea-'
31 ntimKI.M -7a.Ti....hi rm.l
wment or Jjls condition.
tatwor telegrams and cables of
Wulitons on his sixty-third
rtero received by President
ln-m frlend3 In this country
'firs. Sayro At Whlto Houso
, In; Franc) Sayro, "ono of tho
ftpMent'e two married- daughters,
tfr.hu8b.inil Wef expcctcd
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BngsA rfjll remf
mi hr rni wnir
so this (
in Jiarparet wuson, eiacsc
lv'r oi the President, -also Is
1 !'-s. McAdootis expected
or tomorrowifrom New
i Lyman G. BarrettJ entertain -
le Ladies' Social JClub In her
.Tuesday evening in a most
iitawn snauos, werej.ugmeu ay
It . i : " .- .
f and wero beautifully -deco-
Christmas bells; and holly
Sect was veryiBflMLlng.
as Ideas wereiJH."out
stalls. Alter se'
ressivo rook worei
l-,i consIstlnK - o:
. present wore
ollins. C. O. Hunt
-, H. E. Mischke,
ui.Barrass, M. J,
I Tlnsle. Ali-s. 0
-nn G Barrett
:r and Lett
Lan, Mrs L
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1 Malta pjans arejjelng arrangod
frtossid (t Wllsbt'o take up va-lva
.PaasengftMBRd..,, ,..,,. whero sho wont.
K,i the Voastal steamer Ktuto,
wing nUw'y-two Pereoa. woro J
Ijil uhont on a life
1 1 ran to wu uj u mj
. liter Utevwsel plioa u.
floats could not mako t
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t" Av WJ bool: ;ild tackle' tho,Blator, Miss Nolllo Catos, ol West
lded by fishermen on
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r rltged a Hfo-aaving ae- (
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tTr 1HJBEAL &&.
(i o KeRtky
j - cation tots -r
held at tho Seolbach Hotel In Loula
vlllo. Thero slogan for this meet
ing Is: "FIvo hundred dologatcs
present; seventy-five counties or
ganized ovory county In Kentucky
A splendid program, 'on which will
appear somo of tho loading speak
ers of tho United States, has been
prepared and a largo attondanco is
At this meeting tho tomporary or
ganization will also bo mado perma
nent ana- a full outllno of tho work
inon nil hn, i(von.
Thlrty-ono counties In Kentucky
havo been organized to dato, and
the membership Is expected to roach
50,00o1)y.tko dato of tho State moot
ing. , wvm urMmiv nw
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ams. MALIN'DA CALLOWAY
Thotf 'ct of this sketch was
born In- Orayson County, Fobruary
tho 9th. 1865, whero cl 41vcd till
sno waa Brown, when sin
i .. .
this county ana was marrie
Calloway, August 18, 18
this union waa born flvo children.
Three died In Infancy, and two sur
vive t mourn the loss of a mothor.
Sho professed religion at tho age of
12 vnnrn el 'nod tho Baptist
hurcU wher0 sh0 ,lve4 fa,thful
member until death, which occured
nn.omt.at in mm. nffnr n. few
" ' ' . , .
houra suflorlJS from V'
sno was a ul0U u. lu,,Ub
'motnor, ana goou uumuuui,
was a great menu 10 mo auncieu
and needy, and ,hor friends woro
numbered by her acquaintances.
Surely a good woman has gone to
The funoral was conductod by
Rey, l. w. Tlchenor, tho following
day from tho Bapti8t church at Cen-
i. . .
tertown whore sho was
jin the presenco of a largo congrega-
tton of people, aftor which her
mains wero lain to rest in
tho church cemetery to await tho resur
rection. Husband, Children, weep not for
mo. My Savior has said: "Let not
your hearts bo troubled; yo boliev-
ed In God, bollovo also In mo. I am
not dead, but sleopeth." I am walt-
ing in the beautiful homo for you.
Strive to meet mo in this home.
Tho husband and children havo
the profoundest sympathy of their
. ONE WHO KNEW HER
L,v LOVING MEMORY
Of Mrs. Marie Willlu-J Leach,
who departod this lifo ?v. 28, 19
1M, fter an illnesS neumoaia.
SL trofessed fami T.hrlst at'
tho ealy ago el eleven jv.andV
by her sweet Kinu. mo proved; t
christian charactor' until hor death
It was hard to say "Good byo"
lm't in know sho is in that hoavonly
Ihomo, where thero Is no more sorrow
sin and wo can only submit and
Thy- Will bo dono" knowing
eJfeo meot somo day.
S' will bo croatly missed as It
MJp.ican ho truthfully said sho was a
friend to all nntt bv nor Kindness
. husband and six
children and ono brothor besides a
host of relatives and friends to
mourn her -loss. -
After funoral services by Rev.
Jarnlgan, ,hor remains wero intorrod
in tho Brick Houso oemotery Sun-
iday, Nov. SI.
s ., .
Mr. and. Mrs. Kenneth Maddox
gave a pound feuppor at their homo
near Rockport, Ky.. WodneBday
lrV- TrtA OJ k tnrtM rt ftintw
Frankfort, 111. Aftor tho suppor
party games wore played.
I Thoso present wero: Misses Nel
lie Caty HazeV Maddox, Marguerite
Brovtfj, Laurlno and Mildred Hyatt,
Leo Myrl Ball, Lottie Hopper, of
tycHenry. Messrs. Wiley and Lydlo
Hopper, Wilbur Wilson, Granville
Thomas, Galther Hnes, Everetto
Ball, Hiram Carter, Thoodoro Ma-
pics, Otis Maddox, of McIIenry, Jay
llrewn, of Rockport and Danlol Mad-
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S NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. O
Wo nro having flomo' real wlntor
The farmers aro very busy now
delivering their tobacco.
Mr. Ronda Mlllor has sold his
farm to Mr. Estill Howard. Mr.
Miller has bought Mr. Dud Ren
frew's farm noar Dundee and will
movo thero soon.
Miss Dona Ralph, who for some
time has had a position at Seco, Ky.,
but recently had gone to Georgia to
accept a position, is at homo with
hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Ralph, of Sunnydalo, now.
Mr. Robert Taylor, has taken Mr.
Lawrenco Daniel's place on Narraws
Mr. and Mrs. Fox,, of Providence,
Ky visited their daughter, iMrs.
Minis Ralph, last week.
Mr: Wlllio Patton, of Ralph, spent
Tuesday with his sister, Mrs. T. S.
Mr. J. H. Miller, sold a Jack to
Mr. Walter Hawkins, of Topinsport,
Ind., last week.
Mrs. OrvlUe Hocker is. on stho
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Tatum and two
chldren, of Simmons, visited . his
bro'ther, Mr. Tom Tatum and her
mother, Mrs. Luna Maples last weok.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank aro tho proud
parents of a flno girl.
iMra. Strother Hawkins and son,
Berry, havo beon visiting her son,
Charley, In Akron, Ohio.
Rov. Burdotto had to postpono his
appointment hore, on account of tho
Illness of his father.
Tho Xmas tree at Edwards school
house was highly enjoyed.
Mrs! Tom Wallaco is visiting her
son, in Oweilsboro.
Our new Coal Mines In this vicini
ty aro working at full capacity slnco
tho strlko has been settled.
Bro. Taylor filled his roguar ap
pointment at this place last Sunday.
Mr. Evorett Sorter and Miss Gus
sio Brown, of this place, wero mar
ried -on Christmas Evo at 4 o'clock,
Rov. M. G. Snell performing tho
eremony that -mado them man asd
Rev. M. G. Snell has recently been
called to tho Pastorato of Cool
Springs BapMst church.
Sundoy ScKbX' at this place is get
ting along nicely with Bro. John
Stovens Superintendent and Miss
lenava Goff 'as secretary.
Quito a number of moves tiavo
been mado In town tho past week.
Mr. Vinson moved into his new
storo. Mr. R. L. Taylor moved his
drugs into tho storo vacated by Mr.
Vinson. IV' r. Driscoll, tho piano
merchant, moved into the houso
formerly occupied by Mr. Taylor.
Mr. D. O. Young has purchased
the homo of Mrs. Ben Gray, on
Main Street noar tho school hall,
and will movo to his now homo.
His- brother, Mr. Joo Young, will
movo into tho houso ho vocateB on
South Main Stroot.
,Mr. Mitchell Baldwin loft with
his family, this week, for Pholps
county Mo., whore ho has purchas
ed a farm. Ho will mako his fu
ture home In that stato.
Mls3 Geneva Taylor, wh0 Is teach
ing in Chattanooga, Tonn,, spent
Christmas at home with hor moth
or, Mrs. Llzzlo Barnes Taylor.
Mr. Joo Reed, wlfo and child, of
Herrln, 111., ator visiting his father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Grey and othor relatives tho past
weok, has returned homo.
Mr. Mason Taylor shipped a car
load of hogs and cattlo last .Friday.
Mr. Joo Shultz, a prominent far
mer of tho lower part of the county,
was In town last FrldayHe gavo us
a wheel and halt for tho Hartford
Herald ono yoar.
Prof. Clifford Maddox, who Is
tho High school, n
Brandenburg, Ky., spent Christmas
at homo with his father and moth
er, Mr. and Mrs. Colo Maddox, and
his best friend.
Your scrlb'j bad a pleasant visit
from his littlo granddaughter, Miss
Mattlo Grace Taylor, of Prlncetpn.
Mr., Jewel Rogers, of Pikcvl'le, Ky,
Mr. Clark Maddox, of Akron, O.,
Is visiting In town. It is rumored
that a young lady is to accompany
hm to his homo.
Mrs. William Flenor loft last weok
for Beaumont, Texas, to attend hor
Christmas went off well hero, on
ly a few accidents.
Arthur Ragland was accldently
shot In tho left side', while hunting
with u bunch of boys on tho farm
of Mr. J. Br Monroe, Tursday.
Tho sick in this community are
Mr. T. A. Ragland sold his mules
last week, to Mr. Charlio Turner,
for $600.00. Mr. Ragland deliv
ered them at Hartford, Wednesday.
7Ir. John A. Brownd has heon
vldting at Narrows for tho lartl fow
Miss Annie Edwards visited girl
friends in Rosino, Saturday.
Mrs. W. H. Price was given a sur
prise Friday, when sixteen of her
relatives and friends camo to spend
tho day with her.
Mr. Luthor Johnston Is on tho
mend now, as four of his children.
Including his son Horace, from Ev
Oii&vlllo, woro with him Xmas. Mr.
Georgd Ashly, of McIIenry, also vis
ited blm that dayj,
Mrs. Estill Pomborton and chlld
ten camo homo Saturday, after vJsIt
iug friends during last weok.
Mr. and Mrs. John Plerca cud
Mrs. Mary Plorco spent Saturday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Porco". .
Mr. R. T. Ross,of Flagstaff, Ariz.,
has been visiting relatives here.
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. B. Ingram, havo
been, visiting their daughter, Mrs.
OHIo Fugerson, of Nelson, Ky.
Mr. Roy Hocker, of Bowling
Green, is spending his Christmas
holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Hocker.
Mr. Conrad Tlchenor and sister,
Lillian, of Bowling Green, aro vsit
Ing their ilarents, Mr. nnl Mrs. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Espey and lit
tle daughter, Bolua, havo been visit
ing Mrs. Espoy's sister, of Nelson.
Messrs. Walter Brown, Paul Es
pey and William James, who havo
been working In Detroit, Mich., re
turned homo to spend Christmas
Mrs. John Thorpo and little son.
Jack, ajp visiting relatives hero.
Tho second Lyceum number was
given last Monday evening. It was
well rendered and highly enjoyed
- ($ r$i .
Mr. Marlon Crowdor, who has
beon sick for some time, Is no bettor.
Mr. Luther Johnson Is some bet
tor at this writing.
Zelllo, tho little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Goff, has been
down with pneumonia during tho
past two wooks but is bettor.
Eliza Myrl, tho Infant child of
Vr. nnd Mrs, John Culbertson, died
last Friday, of bronchial pneumonia
and was burled at Rosino, Saturday.
Sho was Just a month old.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Autry returned
from St. Louis Frllay.
Miss Myrtle Brownd left Saturday,
In Newport, Arlc, to visit- her broth
er and family thero.
Mrs. T. A. Ragland wont to Hart
Mrs. Eugeno Atchison and Mrs.
Harry Monroo wont to Beaver Dam,
Tho series of meotlngs at tho
Baptist church nro not ended yet.
Tho "Xmas Tree' entertainment
at Rob Roy school houso Xmas ovo
was largely attendod. Lot of beau
tiful presents wore delivered by "O! t
Santa", and tho littlo folks especially
Several fiom hero attendod tho
play given at Crorawoll Saturday
night. Miss Corlnne Porter was the guest
of Miss Martha Sandefur, Tuesday.
Miss Ethel Williams, Beaver Dam,
and Mrs. preen, of Illinois, spent the
week-end with Misses Agnes and An
Bro. Powell filled his regular ap
pointment at Hickory, Saturday night
Mr. Hlnton Leach, of Hartford, ve
iled relatives hero tho past few day-..
Mrs. Martha Leach is very elck a
is in town this wctfk visiting
! Mr. S. F. Williams and son, Char
who has been working in Tennessee,
spent tho holidays at home.
Mr. Guy Peyton entertained with
an elegant dinner at his home, Wed
nesday. Those present woro: Misses
Corlnno Portor, Martha Sandefur, Ag
nes and Aniiio Williams. Messrs.
Roscoo Embry, Guy nnl Wyraan Pey
ton and Mr. nnd Mrs. Bud Peyton.
Mr. Edgar Gillstrap, of Cromwell,
visited friends in this ncighborhool
for a fow weeks.
Rev. R. E. Funua filled his ap
pointment at Smallhouso Saturday
evening. Wo sympathlzo with him
in his bereavement because of the
death) of his father, which occured
early Christmas morning, and hopo
his wlfo has recovered from her Ill
ness. Dr. M. D. Maddox, of Louisville,
spent 'Xmas with Ills parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. P. Maddox nnd also vis
ited his sister, Mrs. Ollio Hill and
family at Hartford before returning
Miss Marion Hill was in our midst
a short while before, Xmas.
Miss Orpha Cox and Mr. Tom
Mattho wssurprlsed their friends re
cently by going to Hartflrd and get-.i
ting married. Though both aro
joung, wo hopo tholr voyage through
lifo may bo long and happy.
Miss Ruth Godsey has closed her
school pear Echols and returned
homo. Sho will begin a school at
Walton's Creek school houso, Mon
day. Miss May Godsey, who is attending
school at Ccntertown, and brother,
Jim Godsey, of Detroit, Mich., spent
Xmas at homo with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Godsey.
Ernest B. Trunnell, Utlca, Ky.,
was a guest of his aunt, Mrs. J. H.
Barnard, and grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Hunter, Christmas. Ho
waa accompanied homo by his grand
father, who will visit his daughter,
Mrs. J. S. Trunnell, for a fow days.
Mr. Will Carter will movo from
Martwick to tho homo bought of
Mrs. T. R. Barnard, as soon as the
Ice gets out of tho way.
o . '
Miss Aitie Brown gave a social Fri
nlght. A large crowd was there to
Miss Nellie Cates, of Illinois, Is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Mad
Mr. Lewellen Francis, and Miss Ro
sie Young wero married Tuesday
Mrs. Ollto Maddox and children
visited Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brown at
Livormore, this week.
Mr. Fred Peyton has bought a farm
near Whlto Plains and is inovin.T
Several from here went to G. W
Capmpfleld's sale, Wednesday.
Mr. Lydlo Hopper, who has been
working at Owonsboro, is spending
Christmas at home.
W. S. BAHNETT DEAD
Mr. W. S. Barnett. died at his
residence near Rough River, threo
miles above Llvormore, Dec. 24, of
heart trouble. Tho remains wero
intorred tho following day, at
Pleasant Hill church.
Ho was 61 years of ago and leaves
a widow and flvo children, all of
whom aro of ago. Two of tho sons
served as volunteers In tho World
Mr. Barnett formerly lived near
No Creek in this county and is a
brothor o our fellow townsman, Mr.
S. T. Barnett.
Rockport Lodgo No. 312 F. & A.
M., hold their annual election Dec.
27 and choso tho following officers:
W. M., W. J. Mason; S. W,. W. G.
Hor; J. W., R. C. Reld; Trens., L.
G. Haden; Secy., S. L. Fulkorson; S.
D., J. A. Austin Jr.; J. D., P. Brown
ing; Ch'aplaln, D. S. Hotchkiss; S.
S., R. Sullivan; J. S., Floyd Rodgors
Tylor, A. Austin.
' All of tho nbovo woro duly In
stalled aftor tho election.
HIGH PRICED MULES
Mr. T. A. Ragland sold a match
span of mules to Messrs. Charlto
Turner and Lloyd Austin, of Ow
onsboro, and delivered thorn hero
last- weok. Theso woro consldorod
to bo tho best span of mules In that
Rcctinn of tho conntv rmrt hrOMirht'
tho !.vf7 Trice
THIEVES PUR HAVOC
IN BUSINESS HOUSES
Store, Alili and Restaurant Rob
bed Take Cash and
When Capt. A. D. Whlto entered
his grocery on Main Street, Sunday
morning, to see whether or not
things wero well, ho found that
thieves had entered a rear window
Saturday night and after ransack
ing tho cash drawer, had helped
themselves to things In general.
Thoy secured $10.00 or $12.00 la
cash, 1 side of meat, 1 bucket of
lard, 1 bucket of molasses, a few
boxes of starch and perhaps many
other articles, as it is not possible
to remember the osact amount oE
groceries on hand. This Is fho
fourth attempt,, to rob this store
within tho past few months, tho
others being unsuccessful.
The same- night that tho abovo
robbery occured, unknown parties
entered Mr. C. B. Carden's mill and
carried away a half barrel of Hour.
This entrance was made by prying
open tho front door.
Not content with their supply of
groceries, tho thieves mado a raid
on the restaurant of Casebicr and
Taylor, Sunday night, securing be
tween $6.00 and ?7.00 in chango
and 8 pr 10 cartons of cigarettes.
It Is possible tht othor articles wero
A peculiar thing about theso
thefts Is tho fact that two nickels
and n fow dimes wero left In Capt.
White's cash drawer and $1.22 be
longing to tho basket bnll team re
mained untouched in the drawer of
Casebier and Taylor.
Tho restaurant was entered' from
tho basement. One of tho burglars
loft his tracks in the dust. Tho
measurement of theso tracks fur
nishes tho only clue.
Mcsdames. E. E. Blrkhead and H.
E. Mischke entertained at the home
of tho latter, last Saturday after
noon. Six games of Progressive
Rook wero enjoyed, after which a
delicious salad course was served.
Those present wero: Mesdames.
Hookor Williams, C. O. Hunter, E.
G. Barrass, R. E. L. Simmerman, T.
H. Black, W. S. Tinsley, L. G. Bar
rett, Ira Bean, M. L. McCracken,
Claudo Blankenship, Otto Martin,
Gllmoro Keown; Misses Sophia,
Woerner, Mary Rowc and Lettlo
Marks, of Hartford.
The out-of-town guests were: '
Mrs. Ed Cooper, of Nashville, Tenn.,
Mrs. Vernon Llgon, Henderson, Ky.,
Mrs. Frost, Moormau, Ky
Miss Lucilo Barrett, of Barrett's
Ferry, Ky., and Mrs. J. C. Her, of
At tho annual election of officers
in Hartford Lodgo No. C75, F. & A.
M. on Saturday Dccombor 27th, tho
following wero elected to servo tho
lodgo for tho ensuing yoar.
A. C. Porter, Master; Rov. Rus
sell Walker, Senior Warden; B. H.
Ellis, Junior Wnrden; J. H. Patton,
Treasurer; C. M. Crowe, Secretary;
Albert Rial, Tyler, and Otto C. Mar
tin, member of tho Board of Control.
Tho following officers woro ap
pointed by tho Master elect.
Harry L. May, Senior Dencon; W.
F. Schapmiro, Junior Deacon; J. C.
Riley, chaplain; W. M. Hudson,
member of Flnanco Committee, and
Oznn Shultz, J. A. Howard and J.
Y. Hagorman, Stewarts.
A largo number present and somo
who havo been Masons over fifty
Roport of Financo Committee
shows lodgo to bo In good financial
FORDSVILLE LODGE F. & A. M.
ELECTS OFFICERS FOR 1020
At tho annual mooting of Fords
vllle Lodge' No. 600, F. & A. M.,
hold Dec. 27, tho following offlcors
woro oloctod for tho onsulng year:
Master, Walter Richards; S. W.,
C. P. Kisslngor; J. W A. W. Johns
ton; Secy., II, J. Coopor; Treaa., G.
G. Lanham; S. D., II. P. Hart; X
D., Walter Burdon; Stewards, W.
H. Ford and Sam Kirk; Tyler,, Juno
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