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WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 24, 1013.
THE HARTFORD HERALD PAOK FJVB. V & r - 1 k k 39t4 " ' ':t, We, Apprecia te Your Presence. Our-Fall Opening was a -success in every respect and we certainly appreciate your presence and the many compliments we received on our Fall showing of Mil linery, Coat Suits and Cloaks. Every week will now find us receiving the latest novelties the market affords. You can shop at our store with the assurance that you will find exactly what you wan', with both prices and style right. Call on us, and remember that It Pays To Trade With A House That Saves You Money. jEkxi&Cro, ooooooooooooooo 0"LOCAIi news ani o O PERSONAL points o ooooooooooooooooo """City Restaurant sells fresh Bread '"every day In the week. 37U Mr. Winston Smith, of Select, was ua. pleasant caller yesterday. ' ' Aliss LlilbT Thomas, of Louisville, 'Ms visiting the Misses Nail, city. '' 'Mrs!" Paul Woodward, of Louis- .v ville, s visiting relatives in Hart- tford and the country. " Next Sunday will bo Rally Day "ifwith the Hartford Baptist Sunday School. Everybody invited. Miss Alice Foster has returned from Owensboro, where she has been the guest of her mother. New Suits for men and. ladles. Also Overcoats, Ladles Coats, and - Raincoats. CARSON & CO. ' Mr. R. W. King, the Jeweler, has " ' moved his business Into tho store of '"A.'Barker, on Main street. 1, .See us for Dress Goods and Lln , .ln'gs. ' Everything, new and'stockf "complete. , CARSON & CO. Dr. W. B. Armendt, of Owens ' boro, gave The. Herald a pleasant ' calf while in Hartford Saturday. Our Shoe stock is up-to-the-minute. Wo can supply your wants. 1 CARSON & CO. . Mrs. Austin, of Beaver Dam, is rthe guest of her daughters, Mrs. Z. .,,"war!ffln and Mrs, Hooker WH . Hams.- " FOR .SALE White .Wyandotte ' Roosters. First pen trap nested stock H. E. MISCHKE, Box- 371, Hartford, Ky. """Misses Leila tiienn and Winnie Simmerman 'will leave to-day for Nashville, where they will enter school. , . " When you start for tho Fair this week, 'don't fat&K'Xd 'bring alorfg a ' dollar to pay your subscription to " The Herald.' ' -M Motion nlqluj-e .shows at Dr. Beaa'sQpera House evpfy night this , u' wek beginning to-night, Adruls 8f Ytn only Jpc. ' Hartford' has never had a lino of ' 'tfodair before, but we wjll from f. now ontcarry c'fuirilne of the best, W '(which tiafgalflea by the braBd) Eastman Kodaks," Films' and Sup- 37t4 Jeweler ,&,, Optician, Mr.,C. F. Tappan, of Central City, is assisting his" son, Mr. J. B. Tap- pan, In his jewelry business llieiv during the Fair. See Miss Popple Nail's millinery ad. in another column. She Is at the same old stand with tho latest in the millinery line. Mr. Thad Wilkerson, of Owens boro, Is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. A. Wilkerson, at tho Wilkerson Ho tel on Union street. The Calhoun Band will make mn sic for tho Ohio County Fair this week and tho public Is therefore as sured good entertainment. Mr. Lon Tweddell, a former resi dent of Hartford but now living at Calhoun, Ky was mixing among bis many friends hero, yesterday. Come to us foV'your needs In Fall and Winter Ooods. Our stock Is now complete In all departments, CARSON & CO. Mr. James Lyons has opened a pool room Jn the Heavrin-Barrass building on Main street, formerly occupied by R, V. King, the Jeweler. (let your Fino Ground Lime, Stone R-ock, Phosphate Rock, Fertilizer, Farming Implements and Seeds from D. L. D. SANDERFUR, Beaver Dam, Ky. . 39t3 Lunches prepared In a hurry, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobaccos, Fruits and Ice Cream. Jext door to Moore's Meat Maricet. 39t4 EARL BARNES. When In Hartford and wanting a Qulpk Lunch, don't fall to come in to see mo. Next door to Moore's .Meat Market. 3914 EARL BARNES. Lunches,, Cold Drinks, Ice Cream, Fruits, Cigars, Etc,, served day or night. Successor to Herbert Cbinn. Next door to Moore's Meat Market. 39t4 EARL BARNES. Dr. J. R. Pirtle has purchased the old V. M. C, A. building from Mr. R. E. L. Simmerman, and is remod eling the entire building, which wllj be used for Dr. Plrtle's dental office.. Mrs. Jennie Louise Strang, of New York City; Mrs. John D. Har din, ot Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. E. L. Mil ler, of Chicago; Mr, Joe Alexander and Mrs. James Harnett, Owens boro; "Mr. Newt. Davis, Llvermore, and .Mrs, W. Xv Frnkljn, Calhoun, have been In Hartford the paBt few daye in attendance-' at the funeral and buria' ot Mrs. Wayland Alex ander. . I keep Jones' Brand Fertilizer In stock nt all times, nny nnalysls, owl soil on easy terms. Will take no noto less tlian $5.00. W. E. ELLIS, Produce Merchant, 30t4 Hartford, Ky. Coupons good for one Cardul Cal endar nnd Weather Chart aro now being Riven FREE. Supply limited. Call early. Only one to a family. Will not glvo to children. JAMES H. WILLIAMS, 37N The Druggist. It will bo interesting to come In and look over our line of flno Jew elry and Novelties, which will bo larger than ever this fall and win ter. J. H. TAPPAN, 3714 Jeweler & Optician. Ambitious young men and women should read tho advertisement of the popular and successful Wilbur It. Smith Hiislnpss College. It edu cates and helps to success. Lexing ton, Ky. Tho admission to the Ohio County Fair this week Is only 25c, children 15c. Please bear this in mind, as the report has gotten out In some quarters that the price has been raised. See the catalogue for all particulars. Capt. S. K. Cox, city, nnd Messrs. Polk Oilmore, Joe Harder, B. F. Kesslnger, Fordsvllle; and C. 1). Ilean, Olaton, were among thp old soldiers of the'Niounty who attended the big reunion at Chattanooga last week. Feed your Fair stock on Arab Horse Feed. Will make them fat, sleek and high spirited. No better feed on the market. For sale by AV. K. ELLIS, " Produce Merchant, 3St2 Hartford, Ky. .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Monroe, who recently moved frpm Heaver Dam to Louisville, were called to the bed side of Mrs. Monroe's mother, M)S. KMen Morgan, at Lebanon, Tenn., on last Sunday-week. Mrs. Morgan died the next day. A paralytic stroke was the cause of her death. Mr. Bud Yeiser, of Hartford, lins a very sagacious bird dog. Not long ago while out in tho woods near Rough river Mr. Yeiser lost his eye glasses which were unclosed in a case that dropped from his pocket. Several weeks went by and search failed to find them. A fow dnys ago Mr. Yeiser had his dog with him in tho neighborhood of where the glasses were lost. It wasn't long before the dog came trotting to Mr. Yeiser with the lost glasses, all cov ered with mud, in his mouth. Mrs. F. L.' Felix, wife of the pro prietor of The Herald, underwent an operation at Norton Infirmary, Louisville, last Saturday morning, since which time she has been get ting along as well as could be ex pected. The family and relatives are in attendance at her bedside and everything possible, is being done for lier relief and cure. Mrs. Felix was under the anesthetic three hours. , The diagnosis as gall-stone by Dr. Skinner was correct, only more advanced than supposed. This trouble being removed, It Is now thought and sincerely hoped that Mrs. Felix will get along all right. Wanted at thice. First-class househeeper for two. No washing nor Ironing. Middle aged white woman preferred. Good wanes. "Write MRS. ARTHUR PET TY, TlaTfford. Ky. 38tf Wedding Announcement. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Likens, Bea ver Dam, have issued cards an nouncing the approaching marriage of their daughter, Alta Mae, to Mr. Robert A. Bennett, of Portland, Oregon, on Thursday evening, Octo ber 9, 1913, at 8 o'clock at the M. E, Church, South, Beaver Dam, Ky. Field Seed. Best Red Top Seed, sack Included, 22 cents per pound. Best Timothy Seed $32 5 per bushel. For sale by W. E. ELLIS, Produce Merchant, 38t4 . Hartford. Ky. IS SERIOUSLY INJURED WHEN TIRE EXPLODES Hopklnsvllle, Ky., Sept. 22. Her bert W. Dorri8, who owns an auto mobile garage 'hero, was seriously injured Sunday while inspecting a tire which bad Just been inflated. A "sand blister" exploded, its dis charge entering Mr. Dorris' eyes, grt and particles of rock being im bedded in the eye socket. lie is be ing attended by specialists. As a re sult ot the accident .Mr. Dorris may lose his night. WINTER HOME OFFERED. TO PRESIDENT WILSON Washington, Sept. 22, President Wilson to-day received an otter pf a winter home in Columbia, S. C. A delegation from that city told him the house in which be had spent part -of bis boyhood, and which his mother' had originally designed bad been renovated and would be bought by the city If he would come to Co lumbia. The President told his vis itors that If he made his winter homo anywhere It would be in Co lumbia, but that It looked Very much as if he would spend the coming winter and others hard at work at tho White House. auspicious ophxixcj ok hartford college The thirty-fourth session of Hart ford College began under promising conditions on last Wednesday, Sep tember 17. Tho handsome modern-equipped new building had on .Monday night previous been handed over to the Board of Education, nnd everything was in readiness for work. A large number of patrons were present nnd after devotional exercises conducted by Rev?. Wright nnd Savllle, short talks ere made by Dr. Taylor and Mr. Duke, representing the School Board, Dr. Ford, lT. S. Carson, Supt. Leach and Prof. Brown. An enthusiastic student body showed themselves ready for work. About 2.10 have been enrolled. The following out-of-town pupils aro in attendance in the High School Department: Misses florin Flener, Cromwell; Ednn Elliott, Butler county; Evelyn Clark, Mnzle Clark, Sunnydale; Alice Foster, Owens boro: Willie Llndley, Mntanzas; Norlno Harnett, Norrenk; Mae Whlttinglilll nnd Eva Butler, Fords vllle: Winnie Wilson and Muriel Wilson, Prentiss; Nellie Mills, lleda; Geneva Brown, McIIenry; Nina Shultz, Prentiss; Martha Rhoads, Hartford; Messrs. Raymond Nail, Centertown: Mack Benton, Mntan zas; Charlie Hawkins and Anthony Daniel, Hartford, R. R. S; Pearl Sauderfur, Nncreek; Wilbur Khoads, Hartford. Matriculated In the grades are: Hitghes Wallace, Central City; Geo. Calvin Keown, Fordsvllle; Amelia Harnett, Helen Harnett and Bodlne Carson, Nocreek; Goebel Wilson, Nora Hell Wilson, Dora Wilson, Prentls; Mabel Ithoads. Flora Rho.ids, Hartford. Rev. It. I). Bennett conducted chapel exercises Monday morning. Messrs. Nat Llndley, Mntanzas. and John Shultz, Prentiss, pajrous of the schoo), "ere pleasant isltors this week. Prof. Ellis was in Louisville Fri day. Iteiniivnl Notice. I have removed from the Heavrin Barrass building on Main street, Hartford, to net door, in Barker's dry goods store, tho Barnard & Co., old stand. Shall be glad to sec all of nny old friends at my new stand. During the fair if you want any thing in the Jewelry line I will have it for you and I will GUARANTEE to save ou money in anything in my line. R. W. KINO, Jeweler & Optician. Hartford, Ky. ANOTHER SOUL GONE TO THE BEAUTIFUL BEYOXI) Tho dark-browed angel has again visited our little city and claimed another of our loved ones, Mrs. Jen nie Davis Alexander, wife of the late Dr. Wayland Alexander. This bnd event occurred. Friday, Sept, 19, the 1913. Chronic nephritis was disease that caused her death. Mrs. Alexander was born April 2, 1841, and was therefore 72 years old at Jhi time of her death. She was married to Mr. Wayland Alex ander In September, 1861. She Joined the C. P. Church at Little's Chapel in Daviess comnty, in 1S09, and moved her membership to llart rord In 18S9. Mrs. Alexander be gan teaching at the age of 1C years and assisted her husband at South Carrollton and also at Sacramento. She was the mother of several chlld reiC only one of whom Mrs. E. L. .Miller, of Chicago survives her. All tho others died In Infancy. Four grnndchlldron survive her. After funeral services at the fam ily residence last Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. W. E. Savllle, her remains were Interred In Oakwood. So Mrs. Alexander has gone. Just a few hours after the close of her long and well spent life, we stood by the downy couch prepared by lov ing hands, and looked upon the calm, sweet face, but with no feel ings of sadness; for oh, how beau tiful In death was this dreamless sleeper, with the lingering Influence of a pleasant, happy smile, as tho angels kissed her spirit away. No wonder that the radiance still lingered, It was the re-union of a loylng husband, and dear ones, tho fullest realization of a christian hope. Sunday afternoon tender hands gently bore the casket that contain ed the once rare Jewel to the silent city of the departed, where tho soft alroTBprlngtlme will kiss tho open ing flowers that w!l keep watch over her sacred dust. Farewell, dear friend, loving mother and sainted grandmother a long fare well. M, U. B. Sabaerlbe for The Hartford' Herald YANKEE ARTILLERYMAN WAS HIGHLY HONORED Was Chosen To Become An Hon- arary "Johnny Rcb" For Life. For the first time in the history of any Confederate organization In Kentucky, nnd probably In the whole United States, a Union vete ran of thp Civil War an officer at tho battle of (lottysburg, who of nil men was probably most directly re sponsible for the defeat of the Gray at that conflict was elected an hon orary member of a brigade which had served for the "Lost Cause" throughout the Civil War when, at the annual .meeting of the Orphan Brignde at the Confederate Home, Col, Andrew Cowan, of Louisville, was thus honored. The selection wns unanimous. In a spirit of magnanimity for their former foe and in gratitude Tor his ninny kindnesses to the "Hoys in Gray," Col. Cowan was elected by the veterans on motion of Col. Thomns I). Osborne, who is sec retary of the brigade. The brldage's annual meeting was held on the fif tieth anniversary of the battle of Chickamnuga, where tho members of the brigade served with gallantry. I'he annual meeting of the Kentucky division of the United Confederate Veterans, at which Gen. William B. lialdemnu was unanimously re elected commander, followed the Orphan Brignde meeting. The bri gade lirst gathered at the home in L. K. Duke Hall. Cheers followed the election of Col. Andrew Cowan as an honorary member of the Orphan Brigade. In putting the motion, after the rec omeudation of the Exeuitlxo Com ii'lttee. Col. Osborne told of Col. Cowan's record as a soldier. He came from New York, having enlist ed In a battery of artillery from that State and having personally led the defense of a vital position which saved the day at the battle of Get tysburg. At every Confederate meeting, Col. Cowan has aided the "Hoys in Gray," Col. Osborne said, nnd has generously conti United to all occasions. Tho members gutlurcl nt the Confederate Home In Pe c Vallei. Ky., wheie Col. Henry ('org the commandant, delivered i u addiess of welcome. The Kentucky Divis ion. United ConfeJerate Veterans, joined the members of the fntnou command in making the annlvoivarv memorable, and held Its apinnl meeting following that of the Or phan Brigade. I'll Sl-lit You To a nice new residence at the best bargain in llaitford, if yoif'll write to I.o:'k I!o la.'i. If jou want a home here, better hurry, for it won't last long at tho price. We have the best school in Western Ken tucky now, with our line new build ing. :!9t4 .MA.WvlXL. Sept. 24.--The nice rain which has fallen in the past week has done a great deal of good. However, the cool weather which lias followed It Is making some of the farmers cut their tobacco. Mrs. J. I). Crowe and daughter Lockio .Mas made a trip to Liver more last Thursday. Miss Lattle Sparks, who spent last week with her brother here, has re turned to her homo at Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barr visit ed friends and relatives at Hartford last Saturday and Sunday. A nice crowd attended Sunday Scliool at New Bethel Sunday. Madam Rumor says there will be a wedding at this place next Sunday. Mr. R. F. Hudson, or Buford, Ky., spent Saturday night nnd Sunday wth his daughter, Mrs. E. C. Crowe. Mr. J. A. Calhoun, of Llvia, was hero on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Crowe visited relatives at Nuckols Saturday night nnd Sunday. For Sale--Clienp. Ono slxteen-horse-power traction engine, sawmill and thresh box. Will sell cheap If sold at once. Ap ply to Albert Cox or W. J. Maden, Hartford, Ky., Route 1. 37tf MEXICAN REBELS BLOW UP TRA1X 30 KILLED Laredo, Tex., Sept. 22. Fifty persons were killed when rebels dy namited a passenger train on tho Mexican National railway, 100 miles south of Saltlllo, Mexico, Friday af ternoon, according to official reports to Mexican Federal headquarters In Nuevo Laredo to-day. The train was then looted and the surviving passengers robbed, it is said. Forty Federal soldiers and ten second-class passengers comprised tho official death list. The number of Injured was not given. W, W. Mervalu, of Ban Francisco, t the only- American on the traiu, Is I 'said to have escaped injury, but wn robbed, j Two dynamite mines were set off by electricity, It Is said. The flrst- class coach was only derailed, but the baggage, express and two sec . ond-clnss coaches were blown to pieces. It is thought that this report ma relate to tho occurence described In to-night's dispatch from Mexico City, where meager details havo been received of a similar dynamit ing at a later date of a train on the same railroad. Venegns, unmed In the Mexico City dlspntch, Is approx imately 100 miles below Saltlllo. In terrupted wire communication latei may explain the conflicting reports OOCOOOOOCOOOOOOOO 0 MARRIAGE LICENSE. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO- A. A. Kccton, Fordsvllle, to Ivn May McCarty, Fordsvllle. Mark Baize, Rochester, to Carrif Kelly, Rochester". Jes. Sutton. Dundee, to Katherine Bratcher, Dundee. John E. Durham, Equality, to I'ortle Rowe, Ceralvo. B. 11. Boswell, Olaton, to Versio G. Crowder, Horton. C. E. Smith, Yeaman, to Martha J. Potts, Olaton. Cnry Hunter, McIIenry, to Myrtle Abney," McIIenry. Harrison Duncan, Yeaman, to Dolly Payton. Olaton. Walter Wallace, Hartford, Routt .", to Rosa Casteel, Hartford, R. "" Fair Hop. The usual fair dance will be givei. at the opera house Friday night l the management. No effort will bt spared to make this the most gor geous hop ever given In Hartford Music furnished by the Owensboro orchestra. FOR SALE. The best built five-room house with hall in Hartford. Eve)ythii)K new. Will take $200 less than cost Address Lock Box, 411, Hartford. Princess Sophia of Saxe-Weimar committed suicide at Heidelberg b shooting with a revolver. THE FEED QUESTION Is purely a matter of education with both man and beast. There is a dlf , ferenco in opinion of course between the cannibal and the missionary as to what constitutes good food, but there should be XO QUESTION In the minds of experienced stock-. men as to the value of my feed ovei the cheap dirty kind. W. E. ELLIS; The Produce Merchant Hartford, Kentucky. I Have Opened Up MILLINERY Headquarters. 0er Rosenblatt's former store. Main stieet. Ilnitl'oiil, entrance up stairs opposite the telephone e- I liiauue, and am prepared to again jlinnlsli the ladies with (lie latest In 'stjlisli I icad Menr, nt the most mi- oualile 'dices. PoppieNall, HARTFORD, KY. Osteopath Hartford Dr. Wilson nt Commercial Hotel Tuesdajs and Krlduyn from 7 u. in. to 10 u. in. Osteopath-Beaver Dam XDr. WILson at Commercial Hotel Tuesdays nnd Fridays from 11 n. iu. to S:HO p. in. BOOKKEEPINC? TYPEVRrnrJGaaT TELEGRXPHV IMITMIUSINEtlcilirir luiinitil itA JMMttor la CaanM ftaM ,A1, tvi i. D WHMRR. i )