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'WJHXMtTAY, .TAN. 1, 1013. THE HARTFORD HERALD PAGE FIVK. m i mmumww m "w w iwreiaBaiiiff'ar fr i v 4' t y F ? A, JS&v s . . . The Right Start Someone has said that the way we start the New Year will in a measure be the way we will spend it. Believing that there is probably some truth in this statement, we want to urge on you a "right start." Now to make matters short, we want youf business in 1913 and we believe that it will be to your infer est to come our way. By doing this we are sure, beyond any doubt, that you will be starting right. . Begining to-day, we are putting ' many lines in our winter stock at a big reduction. Call and see them, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. 2k7&Go. r .00000000000000 0. O LOCAL NEWS AND ' O O PERSONAL POINTS O O O O O O.O OOOOOOOOOOO U. S. Carson pays cash for furs. j ,f Mr. J- D. Cooper, druggist, Fords- ' !t - i ivlN0' was ,n t-0Wn yesterday. ; f1'- "" . t .'Mlsa Tiny Yelser Is. visiting rela 1 -'ttves'at Pleasant' Ridge, Ky. ..""'' Mr. H. O. Bertpett,' Centertown, f- vVaB a pleaBant callor at The Herald office Thursday. r- i ji Mrs. Frank May. city, visited her r?lster, .Mrs. .Randall Hunter,.? f t Pleasant Ridge,. Ky last week., '.- "" Mrs. X. U. Hoeing, of Birming ham, Ala., Is the guest of' her" sis , 'ter Miss Margaret GUritherj city. ' - ' Mrs. Clarence Keowri' anil "ctilldt, fc V ren, George Calvin anu,JuIlfi Hejeh, T pt Fordsvllle, are visiting relatives here. - ; Miss Ray Rosenblatt, of Hawes viilo. Ky., Is In Hartford, the guest '"of her brother, Mr. Nathan Rosen "biatt.' .( . v Hon, John J. McHenry, of Louls- 5 vllle, was the guest of his mother, i.'MrsI Jennie T. MeH,enry, here a few idays, recently,, Mr. Andrew Glenn has accepted ,;'-&-position with Dr. L. B. Bean as , t-mail carrier frora'Hartford to Bea- kJ'ver Dam and return. U' Mr., j.Jn. 'Haaelrjgg, who has "'been e'mployed as chauffeur by Dr. " L. ti. Bean for several months, has ' moved ' to' BeaveV Dam. T v- Rev: Elf Wesley preached an ln " terestlng sermon to a good sized ; audience at the court house in 7- Hartford fast 8unday. $f$b " Little jiiss' Annie UeJarnett Eng ' " "Hsh" - tffrfveds Wednesday, December , ?5th, to make her home with Rev. 'aidUMrs., ,B. D. ,EncrlBb.r . " Miss Arllna- Coo)?, of iKuttawa, Ky., arrived in Hartford last week V" .. 't.,i,l Mln Jftaa ttln DiMwlto. y ana win maim nu ,.- 1 , i to fan. etfcndjjWj:v. ?H,. v ,-. The young moi of Hartford gave a U ' kV&stft&rfrjjkj&MUvr, Bean's ' .' qra House' lasF&t? vJhlch was toyL&vl (Vecll Stevens, Louisville, "'sjkt -ty orinaroedays here with ' Ma Bother; Mrsv hw Steyens, the Mr. Martin Tlwaiaa, who la aea Mrs. Bettie (Sanders and Mr James Sanders, of Louisville, are visiting the former's son. Dr. Her bert S. .Sanders, and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pursley. and little son", Thomas, of Cadiz, Ky., are hero visiting the father of Mrs. Pursley, Mr. E. ,P. Thomas Miss Eya Taylor leftK Thursday to spend, several days with her sister, Mrs. B. F. Zimmerman, and broth er, Mr. H. B. Taylor, of Louisville. Work on Jhe well of he Wood Oil Co., on the. Cox farmi.nas bqen suspended! until next Monday, to give the employes a short vacation. Miss Nora Wedding, who'1 Is teaching scriool at Roslne, '8pen the Christmas holidays with q her par ents, Dr. and Mrs. S. J. Wedding, hefe. ' ' .Mrs. Randall .Hunter, of, Pleas ant Ridge, and Mrs. U. J. Wester fleld, of Lamar, Colo., are the guests of Mrs., Frank May tnia week. . , ReV. T. V. Joiner will preach. at the court house next Sunday morn ing and evening. The public, la cordially Invited to attend these services. Mr. J. T. Felix, who had been confined to bis room for tho past ten days, suffering with la grippe, was able to be out a little yester day afternoon. Mr, Kills Foster, who recently married, has rented the residence of Mr. Berry L.' Taylor on Madison street, 'the latter having moved to his farm below town. i Mrs. A. R. Burton and Mrs, Robt. Lauderwasser, Hartford, Route 1, who were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schlemmer, city, gave Tho Her ald a pleasant call Saturday. Miss Corlnne Woodward and Mr. James D.. Ford, who are atteadlag the Bowling Green Normal School, spent the holidays with relatives here. They returned Sunday. j Mr. Trimble Pendleton, station agent" for 'the ''Texas'" railroad at IrviBgton, ': Ky.-, bs been In Hact ford the pat:few,daj's, visiting hla parents,. Dr. ,ud Mrs" E. B Pendle ton. Mt G. B. .Likens, Akslstant State Auditor, came to, Har(ord Monday to, ook after some" builaeaa' mat-' ters,. 'He .will return to Frankfort fo-dyf Mr. Llkesa'-waa accopa ,'j i... ra'i. ... it..!.. aj...j ti ifiii; nil ntr (, ui ka.if ' M I Mr. V. G. Darnott, Kelso, Ark., j who had been visiting rolatlvos and friends In and near Hartford duf- ' Idr tho holidays, " loft for. Union City, Tcnn., Tuesday, where ho will reside. Mls9 Margaret Joiner has accept ed a position to tench In tho school at Madi3onvlllo, Ky. Sho and her sl8tor, Miss Mary, will leave to gether next Saturdny to begin work Monday. Dr. N. G. Mothcr3head died at his rcsldcnco In Earlington, Ky., Mondny. Dr. Mothershcad former ly lived nt Select, this county, and had many staunch friends through out tho county. Acmo Lodge, No. 330, I. O. 0."fT, elected officers last Friday night ns follows: C. M. Barnett, N. a.; W. E. Ellis, Vlco G.; Dr. A. B. Riley, Treasurer, and Prof. W. R. Hed rlck, Secretary. Messrs. Geo. B. Sullengcr and son Paul Sullengcr, Erin, Tcnn., and James Whlttlnghlll, Bowling Green, were among those from a distance who attended the burial of Mr. James Sullengcr. On account of to-day being a gen eral legal holiday, the rural route mail will not leave Jlartford, there fore Tho Herald will not reach its readers on these routes until to morrow, January 2d. Messrs. Lon Smith, Hnrtford, Route C; Leonard TInsley, Center town; J. E. Bean, city; S. J. Wol lcr, cashier Dundee Deposit Bank, Dundee, and Geo. N. Baize, Balze town, were among our callers Mon day. Mr. Guy it. Dean, 'Charleston, W. Va., was in Hnrtford Monuay and Tuesday looking after some busi ness matters pertaining to tho -oil business here. Mr. Dean gave The Herald a very pleasant call while in Hartford. Wo think you will llnd tho New Year's Herald quite a readable pa per to-day. There Is a large varie ty of interesting reading, as usual, embracing much news from our country correspondents. Now is the time to subscribe! A surprise party was given Mrs. J. N. Martin, widow of Mr. Wade N, Martin, at her residence in Crom well last Sunday. There were about forty of her children and grand children present and the day was very much enjoyed. Rev. T. H. Balmain, Messrs. Hen ry M. Plrtie, J. S. Cecil and Albert Cox, Hartford, Route 1; V. C Jones, Centertown; Rufus Wll Hams, Hartford, Route 7, and J. H, Gray, West Hartford, our callers 'Saturday. were among At the twenty-third biennial Na tional Congresss of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, held at Louis ville last, week, Mr. Douglas D. Fe lix', Hartford, was honored with the appointment as the Kentucky mem ber on Credentials Committee. Mr. Rodney Reld, of Rockport, been visiting Mr; and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie f'o'r a Yew daysT returned homo ' yesterday1. :They ' were" ac companied hoihe ty" MIbb Nettle Gll lesple, who 'will' Visit friends and relatives in Rockport for a few weetfs. ' ' ' Mrs. T, ,0., McKJiney and ,Mr8. E. Pi Dupuy, of Rockport, who had been visiting Mr. R. H. , Gillespie for a fow days, returned homo yes terday., They were accompanied home by Miss Nettle Gillespie who will visit friends and relatives in Rockport for' a -few wldeks. Dr. Wpolfolk Barrow, wife and children, Lexington, Ky., arrived in Hartford last Thursday to visit Mrs- Barrow's parents, Col. and Mrs H. P. Taylor. Dr. Barrow re turned home Sunday. Mrs. Barrow will visit er parents and other rel atives and friends In, Hartford for .about itwo weeks.- , Mrs. J. T. 'Wallace, mention of whose illness has been made in these columns from time to time, was not so well when heard from yesterday. It is feared that she can not survive much longer if sho does not soon tako a turn for the bet ter. Mr. Wallace and threo of his sons are at her bedside. 'Mr, E, R. Wlmsatt, Hartford, Route 1, won the $25 graphophone given by the Ohio County Drug Co. to the ono coming nearest guessing how long a large candle displayed in their wlndbw Vould burn. The candle burned 62 hours, 38 min utes and 3 seconds. Hla guess was 63 Jiours, 7 minutes and 21 seconds. Tno basket ball game at the gym nasium oVer Iter's grocery store last Saturday night) between the Jeffs f and the Mutts resulted la a score of 30 to 12 la favor of the latter. It was a' snappyf well played game and there waa a large crowd pres ent to.wltneia It. The line-up waa aa fellows: Ja!s rHarry1 'Glean and Reaa Taylor, forwards; AUIsea BaraettJ'eaatri'WllliaM Moore"aa4 -4 tV(IOwd(Viar,d.i,V MtKtf Claudo King and John Glenn, for wards; Herbert Felix, contor; Mc Henry Ilolbrook nnd Shelby Sto vciiB, guards. Messrs. J. W. Wilson, Premies; J.- L. Cook, Hnrtford, Route 2; W. P. Thomas, Bcavor Dam; J. B. Uon frow, Narrows; Alvln Rowe, cash ier Farmers. Bank, Centertown; Dr. E. W. Patterson, Dawson Springs; Mnrlln and John Keith, Horao Branch; R. B. Laws and T. H. Wal lace, Hartford, Route 2; W. E. Ba ker, Narrows, Route 2, were among Tho Herald's callers yesterday. The Herald has just installed a new Boston wlro stitcher nnd also a new Rossback perforator in its jjob printing department. These are especially for tho execution 01 small book and check work, nnd we are now abundantly prepared to do all kinds of job printing. Wo du plicate city prices and will do yot. first-class work. Give us your or dbrs for anything In the Job print ing line. Mr. J. du P. Oosthulzen, of Pre toria, tho Administrative Capital of the Union of South Africa, is tho guest of Mr. Douglas D. Felix, Hartford. Mr. Oosthulzen camo to Kentucky about three and a half years ago and entered tho Ken tucky State University, Lexington, whore ho has been making agricul ture his principal study. He and a number of other young men were sent to America by their govern ment with the view of ascertaining tho best mode of agriculture. Mr. Oosthulzen is specializing on the growth of tobacco and cotton. A SEASON OK UNION SERVICES AT CHURCHES There will bo a week of union services In Hartford, among the dif ferent churches and membership, beginning next Monday night There will be short sermons, fol lowed by short talks by any one who may caro to speak. There will be good singing at each ser vice and it Is expected that chris tian people of all denominations will take an active part in the pro- I ceedlngs. Everybody especially In- vited. The following is tho pro gram: Monday night 7:00, at court house. "The Influence of Christ ianity Upon the World" discussed by Rev. W. B. Wright. Tuesday night, at Christian Ciurch. "The Harvest and the Laborers" discussed by Rev. E. B. English. Wednesday night, at Presbyter ian Church. "Is the Spirit of Uni ty on the Increase Among Christ ians?" discussed by Rev. T. V. Joiner. Thursday night at Baptist Church. "Consecration tho Great est Need of the Church" discuss ed by Rev. R. D. Bennett. Mrs. J. It. Hoover Dead. Mrs. Sudle Hoover, wife of Mr. J. R. Hoover, mention of whoso se rious Illness haB been made in these columns, died at her resi dence at Frledaland yesterday morning at 7r30 o'clock. After fu neral services, her remains- will bo interred at the Cane Run church burying grounds to-day at 12 o'clock. Mrs. Hoover Is the youngest daughter of Mr. C. B. B. Felix, Olaton.i and besides him, sho leaves a husband, an infant daughter, three sisters, Mrs. Rolla Carden, Irvlngton; Mrs. Samuel J3avison, Barrett's Ferry, and' Mrs. A, J. Wil son, Fordsvllle, together, with a host of friends and relatives to .mourn her sad demise. Death is sad at all times, but doubly so when called In young motherhood. The bereaved hus band, father and sisters have tho profoundest sympathy of all In this their sad bereavement. Mrs. Hoover's mother, Mrs. C. B. B. Felix, preceded her In death, only a few weeks ngo. Masonic Ofllcers Klectcd. Hartford Lodge No. 675, F. & A. M. elected the following offlcera at their annual meeting last Friday to serve during year 1913, viz.: M. L. Heavrln, W. M.; W. II. Barnes, S. W.: Jno. B. Wilson, J. W.; J. II. Patton, Trees.; Owen ( Hunter, Sec'y.; James Nance, S. D.; : Will Bhoals, J. L.; Allert Itlnl, I Tyler; C. M. Barnett and A. C.I Yclser, Stewards; E. V. Moore, re tiring Master, 'member Board of Control. A. S. of K. Notice. 'The Hartford Magisterial Local) Uttlba 'A. 'S, oflE. No. 604. will meet at Bennett's schoolhouse Sat-i Urday, January' 4, 1913, at 1 o'clock) p. m. sharp We most earnestly ro- quest every member to be present, as there s Important business to be attended to. T. H. BALMAIN, Pres. " CoaaiaBder Kva Booth, of the 8lvtloa Army, fed 'iS.QQQ poor at '' ChrlsUWdlBBW hi New York. en s IN ALL THE $1 to R osen g,l,U.-JIliMkMiJMMisaa! &0O Hartford Offers sfjlendid opportunities to the young man or woman contemplating entering school. MIDYIN TER TERM begins January 20, 1913. New classes will be organized for those desiring High School work. Tuition FREE to nil holding county diplomas. A strong normal class will begin the work at that time. Oar students have been, very successful in securing certificates and are giv ing splendid satisfaction as teachers. If you wish to raise the grade of your certificate and fit your self to do better work as a teacher, join this Teach. ers1 Training Class. For further information, address H. K. BROWN, Pres. 0"sJs; ft CONTRACT LET FOR REBUILDING COLLEGE It Will Be a Modern and Up toDate Structure In Ev ery Particular. Tho Board of Trustees of Hart ford White Graded Common School District No. 1, closed a contract with C. M. Taylor, of Beaver Dam, on December 26, 1912, to .furnish all material and lnbor necessary for the construction of a new brick school building for this district. Building is to bo completed by Aug ust Hi, 1913. The contract price for the work is $15,500. Tho architects, C. C. and E. A. Weber, of Cincinnati, Ohio, pre pared the drawings, plans and spec ifications. These and the contract provide for first-class material to be used throughout tho building and It will be modern and' up-to-date in every respect, have all con veniences, including steam heat, electric lights and modern plumb ing, in fact it will bo second to no other school building in the Stato. Mr. Taylor furnishes all material and labor necessary to the entire completion of the building, except the hardware material for the doors and windows and the heating plnnt. This will bo purchased and install ed later by" tho Board. Mr. W. J. Bean, a well known mechanic, manufacturer and dealer In building material, of this placo, will act as the representative of the Board and as general superin tendent, in tho construction of tho building. He will be on the work and Inspect all material as it goea Into the building and is given full power to reject any material that is defective or that falls to come up to the contract or to reject any la bor that Is not first-class. The building Is so planned and will be so constructed that a large auditorium may be annexed to It ' at any time ln the future.' , The Board very much desired (o build this' with the main building, but af ter'spealng ajreat deal of labor and going to soke expensed In get tiny a auBhervof -bids on t,he entire irerjr and sub-bids oa-both Material i I ff mats NEW SHAPES $5.00 bld,tt a isS "J2C & J. E. ELLIS, I Pres. & & and labor, found that it could not do this with tho fundst at its com mand. Mr. Lou Hill Dead. Mr. Lou Hill, a well known citi zen of Hartford, died suddenly ear ly Thursday morning in his apart ments over King's Jewelry store, af ter several days Illness of heart trouble and complications. Years ago ho was paralyzed on one side of his body, since which time hu had been in feeble health. Ho was 52 years old last May. Mr. Hill had no Immediate rela tives living here. His wife died many years ago. Ho was a hair brother of Capt. Sam E. Hill. who. is remembered by the older people of tho county as one of tho most prominent members of the Hart ford bar thirty years ago. Mr. Hilt was keeper of the arsenal at Frank fort during the administration of Gov. Buckner. At the samo time, his brother, S. E. Hill, was Adju tant General. His remains were taken to tho homo of Capt. A. B. White, and burial was at Oakwood cemotery Friday morning. Rev, Joiner, of tho Methodist Church, conducted the services, making a. beautiful talk. Maddox Foster. At tho homo of tho bride's moth er, Mrs. Ora Maddox, of Beaver Dam, on last Thursday afternoon-.. MIsb Nina L. Maddox was united Ita marriago to Mr. Ellis H Foster, or Hartford, Rev. Otis Maddox officiat ing. Soon after tho. ceremony the happy coupleMeft for a short bridal trip, including LouIbvIHo and other points. Tho contracting parties are among Ohio county's very best peo ple, tho bride being one of Beaver Dam's most popular young ladles, and tho groom having Ion? held air Important position as salesman for Carson & Co., Hartford. They have many friends to wish them much wedded bliss. Notice. A doctor will be wanted at Nel son, Ky., January 1', 1913, to take charge of the miners' practice. For further information write J. H. Johns, Nelson, Ky.s 5 It The proposal to eliminate the ae aro as aa Americas' soMksr will W a topic considered by the raakiac eace January 8; , f 1 ' l, l r "k - iV-'ifrsWift n'm$f- -"to, fLf"""-- -" - 3 ' .. - .J SSI .. fiiC-VAai a?