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THE HARTFOftD HERALD PAOK FTVU. 1) " t ( 1 f . - We Appreciate 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 can shop at our store with the assurance that you will find exactly what you want, with both prices and style right. Call on us, and remember that It Pays To Trade With A House That Saves You Money. lRGb, ooooooooooooooo O LOCAL NEWS AND O O PERSONAL POINTS O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO City Kestnurant sells fresh Bread every day in the week. 37t4 Mr. W. T. Stevens, Beaver Dam, Route 2, gave us a pleasant call yes terday. Mr. Chas Hunter, Hartford, Route 4, favored The Herald W.lth ta call 'Monday. ' Miss larie Hardwlck, of Owens boro, is the guest of her cousin, Mfss Zella Null, -city. Mrs. Lucy Tanner, of Hofiin, vis ited her daughter, Mrs. W. It. 'Hed rick, city, last -week. Mayor James H. Williams -and family are spending a ten-days out ing at Toronto, Canada. - Mr. and Mrs. Theodore HeaUy, of Owensboro, -visited relatives here . last week and took in the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frievoglo, of Mascoutah, 111., visited the latter's .mother hero a few days recently. Mr. W. A. Brothorton, of Owens ioro, visited his sister, Mrs. S. K. Cox, city, a few days last week. Mrs. J. D. Hardin, who attended the fatal Illness or her aunt, Mrs, " Jennie Alexander, has returned to her home at Chattanooga. Tenn. , Mrs. Paul Woodward, of Louis ville, who lias been visiting in and near Hartford, returned homo Sun day. , FOK .SAM3 White .Wyandotte -Roosters. First pen trap nested stock H. E. MISCHKE, 39(4 Box 371, Hartford, Ky. Mrs. 71i. Mitchell and llttlo daughter, of Bedford, Ky., were the gueataof old friends In, Hartford last week. Mr. Mnrtin'Thoinas, who Is engag ed in railroad construction work at Lowisburg, Tenn., is visiting his father hero. Whon in Hartford and wanting n ' Quick Lunch, don't fall to come in to boo mo, Next "door to Moore'a Mpat Mflrket. 3914 , KARL BARNES. Coupons good for ono Cardul Cal endar and Weather Chart aro now boing given FREE. Supply limited. ' Cnll "early. Only one to a family. ''"'Will not glvo to childron. 1 "" JAMES H. WILLIAMS, "T37t4 The Druggist. , . market affords. You m Mr. Chas. E. King, city, has ac cepted a position in the mechanical department of The Herald. Lunches, Cold Drinks, Ico Cream, Fruits, Cigars, Etc., served day or night. Successor to Herbert Chinn. Next door to Moore"s Meat Market. 39t4 EAItL BARNES. Oet your Fine Ground Lime, Stone Itock, Phosphate Rock, Fertilizer, Farming Implements sand Seeds from D. L. D. SANDERFUR. Beaver Dam, Ky. 39t3 Mr. J. B. Wade, Centertown; B. D. Renfrow and "wife,, 'Morgantown; Dr. C. R. Bennett, Graham, Ky., called on The Herald 'while in town Friday. Mr. J. S. Cecil, Hartford, Route 1, presented The Herald with some fine specimens of peaches grown on his farm. Four of them -weighed nearly two pounds. Lunches prepared in a, hurry, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Toliaccos, Fruits and Ice Cream. Next door to Moore's Meat Market. 39t4 EARL -BARNES. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hunter, of Pleasant Ridge, and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Jones, of Beaver Dam, wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank May, city, last week. i Mr. J. M. Nnbors, Olaton, Route 1; Mr. It. M. McDowell, Rocfcport, Ky.; Mr. nnd Mrs. M. C. McKinney, Mc Henry, Ky were pleasant callers at Th Herald ofllco Saturday. U will bo Interesting to come In and look over our line of fine Jew elry and Novelties, which will bo larger limn ever this fall nnd win ter. J. B. TAP PAN, 37t4 Joweler & Optician. Hartford has never had a lino of KodakB before, but wo will from now on carry n full line of tho best, (which is signified by tho brand) Eastman Kodaks, Films and Sup plier J. B. TAPPAN. 37t4 Jeweler & Optician. I keep Jones Brand Fertilizer In stock at all times, any analysis, and soil on easy terms. Will tako no note les than $5.00. W. E. ELLIS, Produco Merchant, 39t4 Hartford, Ky. Aftor tho death of her mother, Mrs. 'Jennlo Alexander, an account of which appoarod in Tho Herald last week, Mrs, E. L. Miller (for merly Miss Nannie Alexander) con-! Ctuueu to move iier uiiuuitm iu Louisville, to which placo tlioy went yesterday. Hartford people regret very much to give this excellent w family up, hut wish them much hap piness in the Falls City. r Mr. J. 13. Pendleton, of Talnln, I. T was hero a few days recently, visiting his brother, Dr. E. II. Pen dleton and family. Mr. Pendleton's wife has been In Owensboro several weeks under treatment of Dr, Hoov er, nnd will visit relatives hero and nt other points before she returns home. , i m Mrs. Loiiclta Her Dead. Mrs. Louella Iler, wife of Jas. B. Her, 714 Triplett street, died at tho city hospital in Owensboro Sunday afternoon nf4:35 o'clock, nfter an illness of sovcral months. She was a dnughter of W. O. Bennett, of Ohio county, and was born March 14, 18G8. When quite young she professed faith and Joined tho Meth odist Episcopal church, of which she was a faithful member when sha died. She Wa3 married in 1S8C. Sho is survived by her husband "and five children Roy, Cnlvln. Hcttlo, Alma and Marie. Three brothers nnd three sisters also survive her Mrs. Eva Bennett, Mrs. Emma Tlch enor, Miss Esther Bennett, Flum mer Bennett, of Ohio county, L. P. Bennett, of Reeds, and Hon. Alvls S. Bennett, of Louisville. Union Gospel Meeting. Rev. J. M. Bunion, of Earlington, Ky., a thrilling evangelist, will be gln a revival In Hartford In ills Gospel Tent, next Saturday, October 4, 1913, at 7:30 p. m. All of tho churches and people are Invited to attend and enjoy a good revival. State Convention. The nnnunl State Convention of the Ketucky Sunday School Asso ciation will be held in Louisville, October 7 to 10th. Marlon Law rence, International secretary of Sunday School work, will attend the convention and Is one of the speak ers listed on the program. In all there will bo ."0 speakers. A good time is promised to all who attend. The railroads of tho State havo granted one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip, and tickets "will bo good from October G to loth. It is hoped that nil the schools "will send at least one delegate each to the convenlon. t DUNDEE. Sept. 29. Born to tho wife of Romney Acton, a boy, Sept. 27th. Mother and boy doing well. Henry Cummlngs has about com pleted his new store. Ed Duke has moved into his new residence. H. C. Acton has repainted his res idence and built somo new rooms. Henry Crowe, who has been 111, Is able to walk around again. J. R. Moseley Is still improving. Rob Moseley, who lias been in tho standing army for 10 years, has rompletcd his timo and is at homo to stay. We welcome Rob home. James Tllford litis opened -a new blacksmith shop liere. C. C. King, of Owensboro, is visit ing his mother here tills "week. Mr. A. B. Westerfield caught the prize fish Monday on a line a cat, 51 Vj lbs weight. Fluid Seed. Best Red Top Seed, sack Included, 22 cents per pound. Best Timothy Seed $3.25 per bushel. For sale by W. TO. ELLIS, Produco Merchant, 38t4 Hartford, Ky.. Anthony Ailruckle Dead. Mr. Anthony Aruuckle, formerly of Ohio county, -wlio, with his fami ly, went West about three years ago. died of smallpox at ufs residence in Oklahoma Inst Thnrsday, September 20th. Ho leaves a Vile, t,wo child ren and a number of friends nnd relatives there and 1n 'Ohio county. A Fine Oiler. Wo will send Tho Hartford Her ald and The Farmer's Guide both ono year to any address for only $1.25. Tho Guide is one of the greatest agricultural papers printed anywhere and tho regular subscrip tion price is $1 n year. Evory issue contains articles on general farm ing, live stock raising, poultry, fruit growing, etc., a homo and family department that will bo appreciated by pvery member of tho family. For n sample copy, address Tho Farmer's Guide, Huntington, hid., or call at Tho Herald olllce. 40tf FOR SALE. Ono Saw Mill, ono Pinner, Band Saw, Jalnter, also Brick and Tile Machine and all kinds of Building Matorinl, Paints, Oils. Etc. Willj soil on Veasonnblo terms. Call on or address. BEAN BROS., Hartford, Ky. 39tC For Chapped Kklti. Chapped skin, whether on the hands or face, muy bo cured in ono night by applying Chamberlain's. Salvo. It Is also unequnled for soro nipples, burns and scalds, For sule by all dealers. n m (Advertisement.) ., M. E. CONFERENCE ENDS WITH APPOINTMENTS Of Ministers For Ensuing Year Appointees Owensbo ro District. Campbellsvllle, Ky., Sept. 29. The Methodist Conference In ses sion here, celebrated its sixty-fifth annual session when Bishop A. W. Wilson announced the appointments for the ministers of next year. Quite a battle was waged In the election of the clerical delegates to the gen eral conference, Oross Alexander was elected on the third ballot. There was no election on the fourth. Tho conference ndjourned nnd was called to order by the Rev. Frank M. Thomas at 7:30 o'clock In order to cast the fifth ballot, when the Rev. J. T. Hushing, of Ellznbcth towii, was elected. The voting be came spirited In the next ballot, nnd Inasmuch as no one was nominated in open conference, tho "vote was scattered among a large number of candidates with no election. Tho seventh ballot was taken and result ed In no election. The eighth ballot was taken nnd the Rev. S. J. Thomp son, of Owensboro, was elected. Special trains wore run into Campbellsvllle yesterday from Leb anon and Oreensburg nnd three big motor cars carried people from Co lumbia In order to hear the visiting preachers who tilled the pulpits of the city. Only two ministers have died dur ing the year, the Rev. B. M. Mos sick, and the Rev. T. V. Joiner. Memorial services were held In the Methodist church last night for these deceased members, at hich a number of ministers spoke on the lives of these departed ministers. The assignments of ministers were read out at 11:40 o'clock a. nt. Ouenslmro District. S. J. Thompson, presiding elder. Beaver Dam, L. M. Russell; Cal houn circuit, L. K. May; Central City station, B. M. Currle: Clover pot station, W. C. Frank: Drakcs boro mission, Paul S. Powel); Dun dee circuit, J. P. Vanhoy; Fordsville mission, J. T. Demonbarron, supply; Greenville station, G. P. Dillon; Greenville circuit, I'. T. Howard; Hartford circuit. B. W. Hawesvillo circuit. W. E. Lewtehurg circuit, II. C. Lewlsport circuit, J. L. Napier; Saville; Wilson; Murrell; Hartford; LIvermore circuit, C. F, Maceo circuit, R. L. Tully; North Hartford mlss'on, J. B. Rayborn, supply; Owensboro, Breckenridge- street, E. D. Ryan; Owensboro cir cuit, D. C. Campbell; Owensboro, Settle Memorial, Lewis Powell; Ow ensboro, Third-street, S. F. Wilson; Owensboro, Woodlawn, E. S. Moore; Rochester circuit, G. W. Pangburn; Rome circuit, G. W. Dame; Sacra mento circuit, W. S. Bucker; South Carrollton and Island, H. L. Shel ton; Stephensport mission. II. E. Jarboe. Transferred to Kentucky confer ence, E. T. Caton and R. T. Brown. Transferred to New Mexico con ference, J. H. Walker. I'll Sight Vim To a nice new residence at the best bargain in Hartford, if you'll wrlto to Lock Box 435. If you want a home here, bettor hurry, for it won't last long nt the price. We have the best sdhool In Western Ken tucky now, with our fine new hulld ing. 30t4 HOPEWELL. Sept. 29. Tho Lone Star singing choir met nt Hopewell last Sunday and together with the Hopewell choir mndo fine music. About 300 people were thero and dinner was sur.ved on tho ground. Singing was opened with a good talk and prayer by Mr. Dave Sneddon. Quito a number of our neighbors utiended the fair at Hartford last Filday and Saturday. .Mr. Rollie Stringor, of Central City, is visiting Mr. J. 11. Miles. Mr. Shelby WIlUamH attended tho Morgantown fair nnd brought his bride, -vho was Miss Novela Kir kendotl, homo with him. Mr. "Will Grnvee and Miss Margn ret Coleman created qulto n surprise Friday by announcing their mar riage which occurred April 5, 1913. Miss Ethel Ashby, of near Center town, Is visiting Miss Carrie Shull. Mr. Henry Noll and Miss Mabol Brown, of Paradise, wero married at the residenco of Rev. W. A. Grant, of Earlington, tho 18th Inst. .Miss Murgaret Taylor loft Monday for East St. Louis, III., whore sho will spend a few weeks with her sisters, .Mrs. II. King and Mlts Jes slo Tnylor. Quail Plentiful. Qunll is reported to bo plentiful throughout the State. Their ahun dancojs. attributed to tho dry hatch ing season this year. Many of them wen destroyed last year, while cold weather last winter killed many yqt in spito of those drawbacks thejnaro reported plentiful, generally speak ing, although some sections of the county report them somewhat scarce. At any rato they will bo more plentiful In this county than they were last year. The quail sea Ron will open November 15, when there will be a scramble for hunters' license. O O O O O O O O OOOOOOO O O O MARRIAGE LICENSE, O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO A. J. Christie, Morgantown, Ky., to Bunnlo Westerfield, Rochester, Ky. Willie Keith, Llvla, Ky., to Mat- tic Ezeli, Neafus, Ky. Lee Hill, Centertown, Ky., to Olga Hcflln, Rockport, Ky. D. M. Jones, Fordsville, Ky to Mnry Rolla Felix, Fordsville. John H. Keown, Cromwell, Ky., to 'Minnie Wallace, Cromwell. II. E. Haven, Beaver Dam, Ky., to Ollle Leach, Beaver Dam. R. A. Barnard, Ceralvo, Ky., to Minnie Chancellor, Ceralvo. Ermon Carden, Beaver Dam, Ky., to Gracio Chick, Beaver Dam. PRENTISS. Sept. 27. Mrs. John Wallace, who who has spent some time with relatives near here, left for her home in Dalliart, Texas, last Tues day. Messrs. Pernio Shultz and Forrest French attended the State Fair at Louisville. Mr. Earl Plunimer, who is attend ing school at Beaver Dam, visited hIS parents, near here, last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Joe Wilson moved his family to Hartford Inst week. Mr. J. I'. Rogers," of near Rock port, visited his sister, Mrs. James Hunger, tiea-' lion; rc."n.!.v. Mr. Penley and family visited Mrs. Penley's father, near here, and left for Texas last Tuesday. Mrs. Cela Brown, who has been visiting Mr. Joe Barnes and family tor some time, returned to her home near Klrtloy's, last Tuesday. -Air. Wallace Brown, of Rochester, was in this vicinity one day this week. Miss Efflo Gentry, who is attend ing school at Beaver Dam, visited her home near here last Saturday and Sunday. For Suit Cheap. Ono sixteen-horse-power traction engine, sawmill and f'resh box. Will sell cheap if sold at once. Ap ply to Albert Cox or W. J. Maden, Hartford, Ky.. Routo 1. 37tf lUHNETT'S CREEK. Sept. 29. Rev. Ward Taylor, of Grayson county, filled his appoint ment at Harnett's Creek Haptist church Saturday and Sunday anil preached at Hell's Run Saturday night. Several from this place attended the Hartford fair Saturduy. Mr. Deller Harris, wife and three children Elmer, Walter and Emmet, of near Hellln. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Harris nnd fam ily Sunday. The Sunday School at Harnett's Creek church closed Sunday until next spring. A protracted meeting will begin at this place tho fourth Sunday in October. Mrs. Katie Hartlett Is very ill. Misses Lena and Dora Dean Hoov er, of near Huford, attended church at this place Sunday and dined with Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Hoover and fam ily. DENNETTS. Sept. 29. Mr. Jeff Pickerill and Miss Lucile Laws eloped to Rock port, hid., and wero married. But few of their friends knew of tho Miss cora Maples, of tins place. visited her sisters. Mrs. Fred Tatum. and also Miss Ora Maples, of Sim- 1UOHS, from Saturday until Tuesday. Mr. Wilson Jones nnd Mr. Fordio Lee, of Nnshvlllo, Tenn., havo re- turned to their home near here. Mr. Wallaco Royals, of Fordsville, visited his cousins, Messrs. Leonnrd and Andy Wallaco, the past few days. Miss Cora Maples, of this place, attended tho singing convention at Hopewell Sunday. Mrs. Laura Maples and Mrs. An- thn Tatum and two children, Beulali nnd Artlo, visited Mrs. Less Chinn, Heaver Dam. Sunday. Miss Credn Sapp visited friends iear Beda from Friday till Satur- day. .MAXWELL Sept. 29. Prayer meeting at the M. E. Church hero Is progressing nicely. Sirs. Mlnnlo Riley, of Owensboro, attended church hero Sunday. Miss Ella Crowo, of Beaver Dam, I spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Crowo. hero. Mrs. Jim Jackson, who has ty phoid fever, is no bettor. Miss Myrtle Nuntz, of Owensboro. Is visiting relntlvcs bore this woek. Several front hero attended the fair at Hartford Saturday. CERALVO. Sept. 29 Miss Myrtle. Park-. T Central Grove, visited Mrs. Blairclio Jones several days recently. Mrs. D. W. Klmmel and Mr. P A. Milliter are on the sick list. .Mrs. Ruth Evcrly, of Cleatonu tT Ited friends nnd relatives here scl eral dnB ago. Mrs. Decker, of Rockport, vfirioifl her daughter, Mrs. Claronce Morels, last week. Miss Margaret Hunter has return ed home nfter an extonslvo ffalx with friends nnd relatives at HJ?wu ity nnd Smnllhous. Mrs. Nina Bennett, of Llveroran visited her mother, Mrs. I A. Mi 7 ner, here last week. Miss Argent Shultz, of Rochrr is visiting friends near here. Mr. George Casebler, who hat been living near Parndlso for sex ernl years, lias moved to his faro near here. Mr. Clarence Robertson has c ed to Rockport. Mr. Welfile Rowc has moved fri't the house vacated by Mr. Clareii'i Robertson. Several from (here attended tif fair nt Hartford Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Igleheart vfcft ed Mrs. Igleheart's parents, Mr land Mrs. Frank Klrtley, at last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Grace Baker, who has bo-r to Dawson Springs for iter health lias returned home. Mrs. Will Robertson, of 1'antif Run, visited Mrs. John Wood las week. Little Miss Mne Everly, who ha- been quite sick, is improving- Mote Tliiin Eunimli Is Too Much. To maintain health, a mature i man or woman needs Just cnoasf I food to repair the waste and fctipply ' energy and body heat. The lialiftua. I consumption of more food than fs I necessary for these purposes Is the ' prime cause of stomach troubles rheumatism and disorders of tfu nitfiiejb. If troubled vHn illdign I tion, revise your diet, let reason ana ' not nppetlto control and take a few I doses of Chamberlain's Tablets an " .you will soon be all right again. Ft sale by all dealers. in (Advertisement.) PIETY OF FEED fiiiMii And mighty good feed too may fx found here. The hay and grain of fered to our customers is not a nu'-J-celaneous collection of FEED From unknown sources, but Is care fully selected goods from the bent grain fields of the country. Trj I and you will be convinced. W: E. ELLIS The Produco Merchant Ilnrtfonl, Kentucky. Osteopath Hartford Dr. Wllsiin ut Coniiiieiilal Hotel Tuc-days nnd Fridajs from 7 a. ntj to 10 a. in. .. vJiteopath-ijeaver Dair , XI)l. wslll, t Commercial Hotet Tm.s(las ,, .lUiys .om U . m tlt o.-j,, ,, m I Have Opened Up HCflClOjllcirtCrS 0er l(oseublatt former stor .Main Micct, llailfortl, entrance tj(. stalls opposito tho telephone o change, and nni prepaied to again I furnish the ladies with the latest iu MjlUli hcadtu-iir, at tho most icju- i minhlo pi'lces. PoppieNalL HARTFORD, KY. c - BOOKKEEPING Business, Phonograpby TYPEWRITING and 1 ULUGKPHY WILBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS C01LFBF MILLINERY, "a.. Iiliilsojrt(iCoainreiiiMitoiry.cidnnnf latekftyiiSiSSiM'ISw'a; kaTrfVKLViiJ: ft, ) t --Ti AAd..a