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EDNESIJAY, lKd. 23, 1012.
THE HARTFORD HERALD PAGE FIVE. ! I i in 1 We Thank You Before another issue of this paper another year will be ushered m so we, want to express b each arid all of our customers our very hearty appreciation for your -kind consideration in giving us your trade during 1912. Our dealings with you have been rr.ost pleasant, and we sincerely trusl this feeling has teen mutual. Trusting that you will favor us in 1 2 1 3 as in the past and wishing each of you a merry Xmas and a happy New Year, Your frienJs, JgL$2290 ooooooooooooooo "O EtfDAIi"NEWS AND - - " O O PERSONAL rOINTS O OQdOOOOOOO o'o ooooo U, S. Carson pay6 cash for furs. A complete Un0 of Furniture to 'select from. fylt2 LIKENS & ACTON. f Mr. C. F. Schapmire is visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. H. rioover, midland, Ky., this week. - Mr.' Jesse Felix, Olaton, Is 'Spend ing thoholldays with his uncle-and 'aunt, Mr. and Mrs. James Parks, city. ,' J 4 Mrs. R. D, Bennett and daughter, EMlss Mnrtlne, are visiting relatives in Louisville. '. Mr. J. Ham Barnes, who ''had been threatened with .pneumonia for a few days, was' better yester . day. ' Mr! J. T. Follx has been confined -to his home on Wnlrfut street since ' Saturday on account of a severe cold. . ' J- Mr. Berry Taylor- has moved to tho farm owned Jointly by his fatb- .ed5anb'h'imself, two1 miles west 'cf town. 5 .niir linn of Silverware has got f'em all guessing. See our window f.1lanlnv. -"' , HARTFORD GROCERY CO. Mr. W. C Bradshaw has-move I . ihn T.nnav Mtntnn fnrm to 3, hous'o on the Caldwell home place, h near Goshen church. Rev. Chester, Stevens, Louisville, (rrlvoH In Hartford Monday to join yhls family and spend tho holidays i with relatives here. Mr. t James Sullenger Is seriously 111 of kidney trouble and compllca .5 tlqas at hjs home .near the J. W. Ford 'mIIIb Hartford. L Mr."'R H. .Gillespie, Hartford, who has been confined to hi room : with' la' grippe for tho past' tea 'k days, Is convalescent. iS Mrs. J. W. Ford, wno nas ioceu Union street, was tnougnt to lose better yesterday.. . Uk warianA'i'ip.sm and.$tlttle 1 diikf 'Vaiftrear Hartfora, gARoute 3, 'were pleasant caller at fcr ''IT.' '' ' fc l. , VB)b w.- .. fi "w- t' -te..w' tifrVH wntue V- '". . . ." J Mr. J. 4. KUf. 1. and Mn.'VK9Mtli!Wff(or' l route 2, .pleaaapt, caller at it The HeraW gee" Thursday. t -Kr vssm Mr. Loney Mlnton, recently of Hartfird, has' moved onto .the farm he purchased from Mr. James Cald well, three miles west of here. I isrs. J. W. Stroube, Hartford, Rov 7, and L. C. Taylor, Hart fori louto 3, gave The Herald pk. t calls whllo In town Satur day. Whan you go to buy a new Stove or KaDge It will pay you to see and get pflces on the "New Progress." We c 5U2 h saye you money. LIKENS & ACTON. Mr Shelby Stevens, who Is at tending college at Georgetown, Ky., arrlvciL homo Monday and will spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Laura Stevens. " Mr, Herbert Felix, who Isvatr tending the Kentucky State Unlver jliv, Lexington, arrived home r) jrsday to spend the holidays it th relatives and friends. ' Mi. Ernest Stewart has moved fnu. tho Pen Taylor farm, twe miles west of Hartford, to the rfrfrm he purchased from Mr. Loney Mln ton, 2lA miles west of Hartford. We have a b(g line of lmpojted China, Salad Bowls and Fr,ult Sets. These make handsomo as well as jscful Xmas presents. HARTFORD GROCERY CO. , Miss Leila Glenn, who is attend ing Belmont College, Nashville, Tohrt., arrived homo Friday and will spend the holidays with her parents, Judge and Mrs. J. S. Glenn. Mr. Frank Foreman, Nashville, Team, who has a position with tho L. A' N. railroad at that point. Is spending the holidays with his par ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Foreman,. Esq. J. H. Patton and Mr. R. T. Her, Hartford, who have been con fined to their rooms with la grippe, are Improving and It is thought thoy will soon be able to be out agalj. Messrs. J.W.Foster, Claude Ward and ?on Raymond, Hartford, Route 7; L B. Tichenor, Hartford, route 6, a,Va' T. D. Duke, Hartford, Route 1.' wire (Pleasant callers at The Her- ijmce yeBterday. W. Ed Shown died at ner resi- 1' War Beda last Sunday ajter ot rjueraeral trouble. Her In- faM-jiUed a few r days before.; She Tavmuk no years 01a asa aesiaes her imsbad leaves tbr.ee children Hei1 jema'ini-V'werelateiTed -1b the odj9h6tw&l i.wioetMy rjfar .where she. ied.'afte'tC serf lees aC Shlakfe Chapel. . Mr. W. D. Landers, wife andjPhlpps, the Misses Johnson and three sonB, Clydo, Allen and Dross, Miss Anient, of Taylor Mines, Mr of Harrloburg, Ark., arrivod In Hartford Sunday- and will spend a month with Judgd and Mrs. It. It. Wedding, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Petty. Little Miss Mary Barrow, of Lex ington, arrived In town yesterday to spend the hollduys with her grandparents, Hon. ana Mrs. II. P. Taylor. Mr. Tiylor went to Louls vlllo Monday to meet his grand daughter. Cecil V.'heelor, an employee at Dean Bros, saw mill, Hartford, met with a painful accident whllo at work at tho mill last Thursday af ternoon. He got his hand too near a saw and had ono finger cut off and another badly lacerated. Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix, who Is attending Forest Glenn Semi nary, Forest Glenn, Maryland, Is spending tho holidays with Dr. and Mrs. Herrick Johnson and Mrs. El la D. Boono, her undo and aunts, who reside In Germantown, Pa. Mr. L. O. Coleman, who Is at tending tho Kentucky State Unl vorslty, was tho guest of Judge Jno. B. Wilson, city, Sunday. Ho was en route to Paradise, Ky., where ho will Bpend the holidays with his ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Cole man. Mr. M. McCormlck, Hartford, Route 2, railroad contractor, arriv ed home the first of the week from near Lexington, Ky., where ho la doing some construction work. Mr. McCormlck has been In declining health and was very much Indispos ed when he reached home. Mrr Tarvln Baker and Miss An nie Laura Dodson, of Sunnydale, this county, eloped to Jefferson ville, Indiana, last Thursday and were married. Miss Dodson, who b tre daughter of Mr. John Dod son, was attending school at tho time. Mr. Baker is the son of Mr. S. D. Baker. Messrs. Georgo Sullenger, Erin. Tenn.; James Whlttlnghlll, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Galloway and daughter, Flora Galloway, Mrs. Scott, Bowling Green; Wood Axton, Louisville, and E. W. Truman, FordBVllle, were among those from a distance who attended the burial of Mrs. Mary Whlttlnghlll Friday. Mrs. J. R. Hoover, mention of whose Illness was made In these columns last week, began to Im prove nbout the middle of the week and It was thought she was out of danger until Sunday when she took suddenly worso and was In a precarious con dition when last heard from yester day. Mr. Robt. Shutt, of Bevler, Ky., and Miss Nancy M. Addington, of Equality, were married at the County Court Clerk's office yester day morning, Rev. R. D. Bennett performing the ceremony. The bride Is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.M.Addlngton and the groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shutt. The Herald extends best w'shes to this young couple. Rev. T. h. Balmaln, Hartford, Route 1, was elected as State Or ganizer for thd American Society of Equity nt tho Kentucky State meet ing recently held at Calhoun. This Is a deserved compliment worthily bestowed. Likewise Mr. Henry M. PIrtle, Hnrtford, Route 1, who Is one of Ohio county's bpst and most up-to-date farmers, was chosen 'as a member nt tho State Board of Di rectors. Some weeks ago It was announc ed In an Owensboro paper that Mr. Ernest Woodward, of tho local bar, would move to Owensboro for the practice of law, but his friends here will be glad to know that he has purchased a half Interest In the building now occupied by tho firm and past-office and that tho firm has abandoned the plan of estab lishing an office at Owensboro. Both Messrs. Heavrln and Woodward will continue to reside and practice their profession here, continuing the partnership heretofore existing between them. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O O O O O O X O , CHRISTMAS GIFT! For only $1.00 The Her aid will' make you 02 'Visits during the year 1013, and call it square. OOOOOOOOOO 0 OOO Ileasaat Dane. A very pleasant and enjoyable dance was given by the young men of Hertford at Dr. Bean's ' Opera' House Monday night. Splendid music was ' rendered ,by the blind boy', Mr. Murray Daniel, on the piano, with accompaniments. ' Those present and participating tae Miriy. whirl were: .Misses ere: Mlseea ; RohertaoH.T. GlMyaprceetea, Clara 8eatrc Haynes, Alma Riley, Lou - rlne Sullefiker. Mattle Duke: Mabel Jasper, 'Ruth Spaldlar, "'Louise and Mrs. Grant Slnscll, Mr. nud Mrs. It. T. Collins. The young menwero: Messrs. Mclle'nry Hol brook, Douglas Felix, Alllcon Bar nett, Will Hlloy, Ebtlll Park, Louis Riley, Hoyt Taylor, Nathan Roscn blatt, John Taylor, Casalu3 Spald ing, Goodoll Wooten, S. 0. BarrasF and James Harrison, of Dundoo, Ky. MEMIlEltH AGAINST THE BUYERS' OFFER, IMIOTKST Owensboro, Ky., Dec 23. A mass meeting was held at tho court house this afternoon by tho grow ers who are opposed to tho sale of the crop pooled with the Green Riv er Tobacco Growers' Association at prices ranging from $9 to $5 for leaf and lugs, and $3 for nil tras'i The meeting was held as a result of a call Issued by the Greon River Tobacco Growers' Association') board of control for a meeting on Tuesday afternoon to accept or re ject, an offer for a portion of tho pooled crop at tho figures quoted. Tho, meeting this nfternoon wai inado up principally of growcri who aro members of the Green Riv er Equity Warehouse Company, a rival organization which controls about 18,000,000 pounds of tobacco and which Is holding out for $1 a hundred pounds higher than thn buyers nre willing to offer, Hand bills have been scattored nil over tho district urging the growers to ' Orchestra, and wns received In pr' refuse to ratify a 3ale. ; vato audience by Her Highness, tin There Is a great deal of interest ' Archduchess Marie of MecklenlnuK manlfest In the meeting to-morrow Schwerln. He hns a brilliant tech afternoon. Tho situation Is an nlc and nn enormous repertoire, acuto onei j Mr. Webb, who for many year? Annqunl ement was made to-day has filled tho position of baritone that tho loose leaf warehouse, with ; soloist at the Temple Adas Israel, a dally capacity of half a million Is In demand wherever music festi pounds. which Is controlled by the j vals arc given. He has suni; with Loulsvillo Warehouse Company, the greatest organizations In tho would open for business here on , country, notably the Splerlng Qimr January 2d next. ' tette, of Chicago, the New York chatauqua, and the IndlnnapoIU. Meeting lstHinril. Loulsvillo and Nashville music fes- At tho called meeting of the tlval associations. He unites with Green River Tobacco Growers' As-' a voice of sympathetic timbre, a soclatlon at Owensboro yesterday at dramatic and Interpretative ability 1 o'clock to ratify or reject the sale ' which stamps him as an artist of after much wrangling nnd an up-'the first rank. 'roarlous meeting, an adjournment It Is soldom that Hartford has was taken to meet a"t the ofllce of the opportunity of hearing artists the secretary of the Green niver of this class, and a large audience Tobacco Growers' Association, j will no doubt greet them on their where n vote will bo taken as to appearance. whether the sale will be ratified or Reserved seats are now on sale not. , at tho drug store of James H. Wll- Mr. L. N. Robertson, Secretary of the Home Warehouse people, exnrcssed the opinion yesterday nf ternoon over the 'phone, in talking to Mr. L. B. Tichenor. nresidunt of A. S. of E. of Ohio county, that the action taken In uostnonimr means that the sale will be consummated, to all of which Mr. Robertson ex pressed himself as being opposed to. HE SAW SNAKES. HUT NOT OF VI.SIO.VAHV KIM) Whllo digging n grave at the Milton Taylor cemetery, near Hart ford, last Friday, Mr. Dan King met with nn unusual experience. When ho started digging he noticed a smooth looking hole In the ground nnd when he bad gotten down about three feet he unearthed n den of snakes at the end of the holo. The reptiles were seven In number and were coiled closely around each other In an oblong ball. Mr. King proceeded to unravel the ball and kill the snakes, the largest of which mensured over five feet In length. The aggrega tion comprised three chicken snakes, three black snakes and a houso snake. Mr. King says thero Is no doubt nbout the reality of tho discovery, her husband, David Whlttlnghlll, as he has wltneses to prove It, and and two children, who preceded" hor besides, although It was near ' several years ago. Christmas time, thero was no liquid Tho deceased was In the seventy substance within or nbout him cal- , third years of her age, and had culated to confuse or magnify his been a momber of tho Baptist vision. A RARE MUSICAL TREAT . IS COMING TO HARTFORD ' An event of unusual Importance Is tho announcement of a concert to bo given by Mrs. Carrie Rothschild- Saplnskl, Mr. Patrick O'Sulllvan nnH Mr Tlnnclna IVoM, n. Bean's Opera House ln Hartford next Monday night. Mrs. Sapinsky Is recognized as ono of the greatest contraltos bo- foro the American public to-day. Last season sho was with the "Naughty Marietta" Company, and her magnificent voice and hlstrlon- 16 ability made a profound lmpres - slon wherever she was heard. Mr. O'Sulllvan. whom the Hart-. fni-H' m,',t..iviv, hii ,.. h.H tfia VleasurS or hearing la concert before, sihee his. return from Eu- rope a few years ago, has been DI- rector of the Chicago School of Opera. After years ot study with the greatest master ln Europe, .uch aa Scharwenka, Harold Bauer (a jull of Padewrakl) and de Pachmann, the wonderful Ruselan ' Blanfet. Mr." O'Sulllvan cAneertlxed in France and Germany with great ROSENBLATT'S Stands for more to the people of Hartford and Ohio county, than was at first expected. Tis always best to let someone else find out. Others have and we are ready to .serve yon now. Our reputation for handling only what is good will convince you that we are conducting our business on a principle that you admire. Clean, Honest, De penable Merchandise means ROSENBLATT' success. He has appeared as solo- 1st with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and the Royal Melningon , Hams. I'ost-Ofllre nnd Store Robbed. Robbers entered the post-oflU-e nt . Cromwell, this county, Sunday , "' anA ma(,e n considerable , "haul." The post-omco Is situated In tho general stofe of T. C. Strat ton & Son and entrance was had through n rear window. The rob bers sprinkled cayenne pepper around tho window to baffle the scent of bloodhounds. They got $382 worth of stamps and $115 worth of stamp money, also $70.0."i of money-order money and $13.0.1 in cash from the store cash drawer, besides some clothing. The Gov ernment and tho insurance people together havo offered $200 reward for the apprehension of tho rob bers. So far there has been no clue to tho miscreants. Mnry E. Whlttlnglilll Dcnd. Mrs. Mary E. Whlttlnghlll, men tion of whose serious illness was made In these columns last week, died at her homo In Bowling Green, Ky., at 5:30 o'clock p. m. Wednes day, December 18th. Her remains were brought back to her old home and Interred In tho Milton Taylor burying grounxls at 2 o'clock p. m. ' Friday afternoon, by tho side of church for many years. Sho Is survived by a son, Mr. James Whlt- tnBh,. nnd n daughter. Mrs. Belle Galloway, of Bowling Green; two Mothers. Messrs. George Su enger, ErIn- Tenn" and Jnmes longer, Hartford, tho latter of whom Is . now ln very fe,e1blol. health' " 0 Sa,d that a B00" cllrls- tian woman has been called to her final rest. Eloped to Springfield. Mr. Ned Turley, of Rockport, ,h,a count' f"1."'88 MfUe, W,U "am8' f Hartford eloped to Springfield, Tenn., last Saturday 1nn,d wero, ma"1?d' M"""; .wTho ,BA thTe ld.a"ghter fof "';"? Mr8' A' ' Williams of Hartford waa teaching school at Rockport ad.her 8cho0' 4cIoB"d Pr,d"y' "," ""'""" "KU l" " i- .., . tonvllle and there met Mr. Turley and they went direct to Springfield and were married. nev H11 We8,0y( of Nocreek( wll, m, t h rrt.,V hn.,.. w h. day at u 0cj0cv ,, Th Subscribe for The Hartford Herald. acsnxmsEa MVL.VJg-WtL HMTITZCJSXXSKry'm. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00 0 .MAItlClAGE LICENSE. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Hardin I). Hucn. t'niii s;M , to Ettie Albln, llHizetown Estill Ooff, Simmons, to M 1 Alford, McHcnry. Oscar M. Reld, .Mcllonry, to Uub Horndon, Mcllonry. Charlie Peach. Hartford, Kout.- 1, to Jennie Pennington, Hnrtron!, Route 2. W. F. Francis, Simmons, to Yfu la W. Blanchard, McHcnry. Henry Mlnton, Hartford, Kouto 2, to Etter Young, Olaton. Thomas A. Handley, Hartford. Route 5, to Lottie Hoover, Hart ford, Route 3. Charlie M. Gncldls, Williams Mines, to Mabel (5. Rulnes. Mr Henry. Thomas C. Downey, Bender, to Vernonla Keown, Render. J. It. Klrtloy, Simmons, to O.-n.i 1. Maddox, SmallhouH. Robert Shultz, Bevlor, to Nancy M. Addington, Equality. Lennle Evans, Mcllenry, to Dora Robinson, Beaver Dam. Jacob Brown, Rockport, to Rcua Duvall, Rockport. That Other Cicero. Cicero Bnrnett, of the Hartford Republican, says when tho Demo crats reduce the tariff, that foreign farm products will be shipped into this country. There was a Cicero who was a smarter man than th Hartford editor. Ellzabethtowu Nows. Guns! Guns! BS I have just received a large line of Shot Guns, Rifles, Tar get Guns, Ammu nition, Shells, &c, And respectfully request you lo call and 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 Groceryman HARTFORD, - KY. United States Life, Chicago. Security Life, Chicago. Midland Casualty Co. Chicago. $5.00 for $2,000r per-year. flO.OO Weekly IadeBialty. $10.00 for $S,000, per year. $38.00 Weekly indemnity. A. A. BROWN, Agent. BEAVER DAM, ?oL mP& '3' ! y9r- iltrfk. fcJfctV S i2Jr' itgjVeaifiiNfcti - -?'" 1 ..- . .,.-".- 'rut! I '. . ,I.J ' .- .. T - 11 !