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THE HARTFORD HERALD IVMJE FIVE r "V t Wait! Don't i"i Our Semi-Annual Big Kiim Down and Hurry-Up Sale ',.' Will Begin xl Friday, July 31st, and Continue Until Saturday, August 8. Some sales are going on, others have come and gone, but this the Big Kum Down Sale that everybody comes to, will be the biggest event of the season. Don't WORRY but WAIT.HOn Friday morning; July 3 1 st, HURRY for Fairs' and 'remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. J g326b. KnnAK x5 ' ii.'B. & K. RAILROAD TIME TA , ;,pLE AT HARTFORD, KY. Tfte following I... & N. Time Card Is effective from Thursday, Jan. 23: ftlo'rth Bound No'JIB duo at Hartford 7:19 a. m. Noi.114 duo at Hartford 2:20 p. m. South Bound NolC due at Hartford 8:45 a. m. NoC.'jH3 due at Hartford 1.10 p. m. '; '' - H. K. MISCHKE. Agt. ;'r ooooooooooooooo O LOCAL NEWS AND O rt PERSONAL POINTS O 6 O O O O O OOOOOOOOOO Go to Acton Bros, for barrel Salt. "There's a Puotographor" In Hartford. SCHROETER. For bale ties call on Acton Hros., Hartford. . Everything neat and clean nt City Restaurant. JAMES LYONS. ' ' SALVET, tho great stock remody. Sco U. S. Carson, Hartford. 8tf ., Don't miss "Tho Hoodoo" at Dr. Dean's Opera. House to-night. U.' S. Carson is agont for tho fa mous American W'ro Fencing. 12tt 'When In Hartford stop ,at City Restaurant. Wo will pleaso you. JAMES LYONS. i For. any size of tho Mason Fruit Jars call on Acton Hros., Hartford, Ky. 28tf . )' i"n Mrs. Fetar, of Cannoltan. hid., Is thef Kuest of Mr. and: Mrs. W. C. ' Bcliternnie'r. clt,y. . Mr. W.,H. Collins,; District Super intendent of KentuckyM'iChlldren's Homo Society, Louisville, Is iu town, looking after the Interest otitho So "dety. i.'.-Kl'n --- r I A 35-- i ' Wait!! Worry! There's such a thing as liv ing a vacation over again. 1 1' you take a Kodak with you, it's half the fun. We now have a full line of Eastman Kodaks and films. Come in and see them. . J. 13, TTAIPIPAiSI Jeweler ami Optician Hartford, - Kentucky. (!ood picturo shows at Dr. Bean's Opera House every night this wool: except to-night. Mrs. John W Taylor and lltllo daughter Vivian are vlsltintf rela tives at Blrdseye, Iml .Mr. J. M. Moore, IJnrtford, Houtd 2, was a pleasant caller nt Tho Her ald ofllco Wednesday. , Mr. T. N. Daniel, of Olaton, Kouto 1, was a pleasant caller at The Herald ofllco Saturday. Mr. J. T. Felix went to Nolson, Ky., Saturday to visit his son, Dr. C. Felix, for a few days. Mr. 0. W. Dennett, of Johnson City, Tenn., vlBltedhis homo folks near Centortown last week. Mrs. David Miller and children, of Central City, uro tho guests of Mrs. Dr. Miller on Union street. "Tho Hoodoo" u three-act comedy presented by homo talent at Dr. Bean's Opera Houso to-night. Don't miss it. Mr. W. E. Ellis, tho produco man, wont to Loulsvlllo Sunday, return ing homo Tuesday. Mr. Douglas D. Felix Is spending this week at Alrdrlo with it camp ing party from (Jreeuvlllo and Rock port. Mr. George Sunderfur and wife,, of Henderson, Ky aro tho guests of their klnspeoplo, Capt, aud Mrs. A. D. Whlto, Main street, city. Mr. Shelby Stevens, who lias been sojourning In Murray, Ky., for the past ten months, arrived home, last week to spond the summer. The unvolllng of Sovereign Er inlno Williams' monument, mention of which was made In these columns last week, has been Indefinitely post ported.' - '" ' '" 1 W' Judge John I(. Wilson I the pos sessor of 11 lino young black cnfilc, presented to him by Mr. Ucrt Combs, living nenr Dukchtirst. lOx-Cov. Augustus E. Wlllsoli, caudldato for thu Republican nomi nation for Senator, la billed to apeak In Hartford to-day at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Dr. C. Ross Dennett, of Ora liain, Ky., who had been visiting l'er parents, Esq. and Mrs. J, H. I'ntton, for .1 few days, returned homo yes terday. Mr. C. IT. II. Felix, Barrett's Fer ry, spent a few days last week with Mr. C. C. Herring and family, Whlto Plains, Ky. Ho reports n most de lightful visit. Mrs. S. A. Anderson and daugh ters, Misses Mury and Helen Ander son, of Louisville, aro guests .of Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Ella Mor tor, t'nlon street. .Mrs. I'M. Johnson mid adopted daughter, of Iluell, McLean county, who hnvo 'been visiting .Miss Mnmlo Dennett and Mrs. Charlotte Taylor, Wulnut street, will return homo to day. For a buggy as cheap as the cheapest and as good as tho best, call on Cooper & Co., Hartford. They can save you money on any thing you may need In this lino. Sea them before buying. Mr. (Slain Ilarncs, who has been confined to his homo on Walnut street for the past several clays with severe throat trouble, is Improving and It is thought he will soon bo able to be out again. Hoarders Wanted At Inglcsldo Cottage, Sulphur Springs, Ky. Quiet location, everything home-like. Fa mous sulphur water free. Kates very reasonable. Cumberland 'phone. 2St4 SARA C. SMITH. Mr. Hooker Williams, who for years has been manager of the ice plant here, bought the plant at the sale hero Saturday. Mr. Williams will put in new machinery and en large the capacity of tho plant. J. II. Sapp died at his home on Kender street yesterday morning at ." o'clock. His remains will be bur led at tho Patterson burying grounds in the Clear Hun neighborhood to day. . He leaves a wife and several children. Mr. Fred May met with rather a serious accident a few days ago when a too heavily charged bottle at Hoover's bottling plant where he was working exploded. Tho flying fragments of glass lacerated bis face pretty badly but Jucklly missed his eyes. Dr. .1. A. Duff has located in Hnrt foid for tho practico of his profes sion. Ho has rented and moved Into part of Mrs. S. J. Wedding's resi dence on Clay street and 1ms his of fice with Judge U. H. Wedding, up stairs In the .1. S. (ilenu building, next door to Tho Herald. Rev. L. D. Harrel, Caneyvllle, was a pleasant caller at Tho Herald of llco Monday, on bis return trip from Bedn, where he conducted services at lleulah church Sunday morning and night. Ho will begin a pro tracted meeting for tho C. P. Church at lleda on tho 3d Sunday in August. The twenty-flvo lots sold in tho lot salo at Fordsvllle last Saturday afternoon brought from $40 to $U0. Wo aro Informed that tho average was about $7." per lot. There was a good crowd present aud everything went off smoothly under the supervision of the Taylor-Young Development Co., of Glasgow, Ky. A vehlclo containing 240 (marts of nitroglycerine was driven Into Cooper & Co.'s livery stablo Sunday night, evidently with the Intention of leaving It thero till morning, whon It would bo taken to tho oil well section abovo town. Several citizens got busy, howover, and had tho driver take tho dangerous explo slvo out of town for tho night. Mrs. Laura Stevens and son Shel by visited hor brother aud slstor, .Mr. and .Mrs. Harbor B. Taylor, Beaver Dam, last Sunday, tho occa sion being n reunion of the Taylor family. All of .Mr. Tuylor's broth ers, sisters and families were pres ent except Hon. Shelby Taylor, of Crowley, La., whoso business en gagements precluded his presence. A most pleasant day Is. reported. Esq. S. J. Weller, cashier Dundee Deposit Bank, Dundee; Byron Barnes, of the firm of E. P. Barnes & Bro J. T. Vinson, of tho llrm of J. T. Vinson & Son, Beuver Dam; J. C. Bennett, Centertown, Houto 1, and son (loo. W. Bennett. Johnson City, Tenn.; W. S. Allen, Beaver Dam, Houto 3; Sam Foglo, Beaver Dam, Houto 2, aud John Keith, Horse Branch, wcro among The Herald's callers Friday. A small child of Henry Casteel, living about three miles uorr of Hartford, met with a peculiar" acci dent early Monday morning. The 'clilld was standing near d window 'when a chicken flow agalilst the window, breaking some glass, pieces of which struck the child in tho thy, lacerating an artery. Tho child was rushed to Hartford and was treated by Drs. Taylor and Hlley and was getting along ncely when last heard from. While returning from Owonsboro last Wednesday Messrs. S. F. Hlley and John Daniel wcro caught In a runaway. Tho breastyoko on their team broko wlillo they wero going down a hill and tho Iforses became unmanageable. Iloth men were thrown violently out of their vehi cle. Mr. Illloy sustained serious in juries, his scalp and face being lac erated and wrist bono broken. Mr. Daniel escaped with slight Injuries, though badly shaken up. Mi. Riley Is getting along, all right and his re covery seems assured. ooooooooooooooo O RASE HALL. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO .The regular Saturday mntlneo of fering at East End Pnrk -last week was a little co-operative song and dance effect put on by the Oil Mag nates and the ball-tossers from Hab it to the tunc of 3 to 2 In favor of the locals. It was a good game. HIckard and Blankcnshlp worked for Hartford; Westerllcld and Xeal wcro on tho points for tho visitors. Our old and reliable standby, Vlg Morton, handled tho Indicator. The home team started the scoring In the third Inning when fundi IT, af ter beating out a bunt and taking sccgnd on a wild peg to first, count ed on Johnson's safety to center. In tho next session Taylor started the fun again by beating out a bunt down the third base line; E. Harnett singled to right, HIckard slammed one through third and IMunnner put ono just over the samo position, scoring Harnett aud leaving the bases full. Then Cundiff laid down another classy bunt and took first, scoring Hartford's final run. In the sixth frame Habit came to life. The first man up for tho' visitors got his head confused with his bat aud so managed to reach first. Then as the result of two singles, an error, two stolen bases and a passed ball, the visitors managed to push across two tallies. But thero they stuck and tho Magnates held them safe during the remainder of the game. Score. Innings I 2 :: 4 .". (i 7 8 1) U II E Hartford 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 x 3 0 ?, Habit 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 S 2 On Monday afternoon there was a double bill put on by the young sters at Eat End Park. The first Wine between the local fourth team, and the Beaver Dam lads of the same caliber resulted 'J to 2 in fa- "or of the former. The second of-! fering was a try-out of the Hartford J third assembly against the Me-1 Henry 3d team. Both aggregations performed well. The final count was 7 to 3 in favor of the locals. MR. C. F. TAPPA.V DIES AT CENTRAL CITY, KY Mr. C. F. Tappau. father of our local jeweler, Mr. J. B. Tappan. and of Mr. M. II. Tappan, formerly a jeweler here, died at his residence In Central City, Ky., last Saturday, after a protracted Illness of stomach trouble and complications. Mr. Tap pan was ."G years old at the time of his dentil, ills wife preceded lilm to the spirit land some !) years ago. Ho leaves six children two hoys and four girls-- as follows: J. R. Tappan, of Hartford; M. 11. Tappan, of fnlfninn, Texas-, Misses Hazel, Mabel, Alice and Craco Tappau. The remains of Mr. Tappan were laid to rest Sunday in a cemetery at his old home town of South Carroll ton, Ky., the services being conduct ed by Rev. furry, of Central City. There was a largo crowd at the fu neral, attesting tho high esteem in which tho deceased was held. Ho had lslted Hartford on several oc casions, mailo many friends here aud was regarded as a typo of tho highest class of citizenship. A TIIKIYINK TRADE O.V OTHER SIDE OF RIVER Lexington, Ky., July 20. Since tho Stato-wldo prohibition law be came operative In Webt Virginia on July 1, driving the saloons aud breweries out of that State, liquor dealers have been flocking across the Big Sandy Into Boyd county.Ky., which Is the only county in that sec tion of Kentucky still "wet," and It was stated llero to-day by a Well known and trustworthy citizen who has Just returned from Catlettsburg that since July 1 twenty-five new sa loons havo been opened In that town, In addition to the several al ready located there. All are said to be doing a land-ofllco business, as tho city of Huntington, which has uj ..m.lrillnn tt O K CIAA .....1 .. .... .. 1'ui'ifiHuwii ui mu.vuw uilli u DIUIU Uli UUUVI1 H1 1UI1 HUH UUUVU flUU, UUU smaller cities and towns in that! State Pension Commissioner W .J. corner of West Vlrglnlu, avail them- iStono has 2,903 pensioners on the selves of the proximity of "wet" ter- roll; but 200 of theso have died Rory to vcross- the line and supply j since their pensions were allowed, themselves'" with liquid refresh, .At tho present death rate among meuts. r-' llbovolerang." said Commissioner TEACHERS' INSTITUTE IS NOW IN SESSION Willi a Large Attendance Sev eral Interesting Features In Connection. Tho Ohio County Teachers' Insti tute Is In session here this week with a largo attendance. Prof. T. J. foates, Rural School Supervisor for Kentucky, is tho Instructor and J. W. Kirk, Secretary. Thero yas a ball gomo between a picked nine from the teachers and tho Hartford homo team yesterday nfternoon. Thero was also an ad dress hist night by tho Instructor. At. Dr. Bean's Opera House to-night "The Hoodoo," n play by high school students, will be given. To-morrow (Thursday) night the common school graduation exercises will oc cur. There will be 134 graduates the largest in the history of the county. The Institute will close Friday afternoon. The following teachers are enrolled as In attend ance: F. T. Wright, Roy Stewart, Mar vin Hoover, Alice Hoover, Leslie Miller. C. It. Bell. Mack Martin, Otis Slovens. E. A. KIrby, Tllford Chapman, Enrl Miller, L. f. Smith, Lossle Loach, Hay Cook. Vernon Crowdcr. A. P. Boswell, Otis White. Ezra 'Crowder. E. F. Llles, J. T. Ford, X. L. Ross, Delia Cllllin, J. T. Hoagland, O. I). Carson. S. f. Tay lor, Lonuie Owen. Alice Keown, Eu nice Baize, Walter Myers. Eutha Boswell, Clara Smith, Lillian Pat terson, flevn Shultz, Henry Barnes, F. P. Bell, O. X. Stewart,. Virginia Bell. Fronla E. King. Clillie Felix, Zoda Raymond. Marie Johnson, Bor- oz.v.i siirirs, Supt. Schools Ohio County. tie Mldkiff. Ira Day. .Maude Miller (lortry Funk. Vatla Taylor. Ida Mil- ler, (!. M. Davison, Delia French. Dona Hoover. .Mrs. I). M. Jones, May llazelilgg. Katheriue Pendluton, Lu cllo Taylor, Iva Brown, Winnie Wil son. C. E. Allen, .Mrs. C. E. Allen. Xora Kcsslnger, A. C. Baughn, W.F. Anderton. Anna Carter, Cora Thom as, Annie Lee Taylor, Ismay Mason, Xell Plummet', Mrs. 1. S. Mason, Eva Thomas, Irene Ward, Marllssa Foster, Ruth Hunley, Myrl .Miller. Audry Crowltarger, Arthur Miutou, Ethel Howe, lthoila Williams. Edna Bell .Mrs. Alice Boskett, R. 1). Rob- ertsoit, Ithoda Whltehouse .iitiV As- S. dum&nmHis' : urmsm jf'jT' at :ijrj-1 i mfi A tl 'Mmfssr Muffet. Emma Wright. Mnttie R. too many $1 and $2 a day Jobs va Wood, Bessie Hudson, Mrs. fortune lt. to make the candidates com Thomas, 1). D. Moseley, Maude Stew art, 11. T. Leach, Maymu Crowder, Xannle Halues, Ethel Raines, Em ma Weller, Myrtlo Lambert, lone Taylor, Estill Howard, Clauda Fraze, Marvin Taylor, .Morris (.en try. Mrs. Mary White. Addle 11. Taylor Myitlu Taylor, Ruth Hum moiis, M. A. Emry, Clarence llart- lett, Henry Worner, Argent Barnes, C. D. Adams, Leila (llenn. Talinago Brown, Arthur Whltehouse, Juo. W. Odell, Juo. W. Kirk. A. II. Ross. F T. Shultz. Henry Leach, Earl Smith. Andrew Drlsklll, Dexter Whlttlng hlll. H. E. Brown. Roy II. Fore man, Abbye Whlttlughlll, Bessie Raley, Airs. J. M. McFerren, Jesse Marlow, Ernest D. Wilson, llattie Miller. Eula Woosley, Eunice Shultz, Will (Irlillth, f. K. Carson. O. O. Williams, E. S. Howard. Dudloy Westertleld, Henry Brackln, Robt Rusher, J. C. Lawrence, Alva Kelly, J. E. Cunan, Ellis S'luderfur, Ber tha May Sanderfur, Martha Sander fur. II. E. Crowder. Fred Whlttlng liill, Bethel Shroader, Jesse Dyers, Oeorgo Wedding, E. II, Mason, Imon Bellamy. Arvln Leisure, Mury l,ut l am not running from compe Marks, Elton, Huff. tltlon. Why should 1? If you hud -... i ever- traded with mo I would not CONFEDERATE PENSION ' nod to answer tills question. PAY-ROLL REACHES CRl'.YJ MY PRICES ARE RKHIT. L. My qualities aro bettor and I give Frankfort, Ky., July 20. The' fair, honest treatment to my cus- August Confederate pension dlstrl-, l....l.. ...Ill ..... .....11 nl.A j-. inn Stone, "I believe we have rcachci the high-water mnrk nnd thn death will practically keep pace with th additions to the pension list from now on." The act of 1 01 4, amending the pen sion law to permit Confederate sol diers who took the oath of nib glance during the war under duroej and In fear of death, to secure pen sions, lias raised difficult question, anil Comiulcsionor Stone is requir ing proof that the applicant took tin oath under such circumstances. "To do otherwise would be unfair to those veterans wlio fought Is out." ho said. "They must bring In proof to support their claims. To allow a veteran who took the oiilti of allegiance during the wnr to conn In hero and, on his own mere nllldni -It that ho verily believed he woubi be killed or dlo of starvation or dis ease when he took tho oath, white' those who fought throughout tht wnr or served their time In prison are compelled to get up proof, woulrt give those who took the oath a great advantage." Ilullei. Ply. Central City, Ky July 19. In a revolver battle between striking nu- j nera and a force of men with J. 1. fox, superintendent of the Bevfer Coal Company's mines at Clcaton. near here, to-day, six men, all strik ers were wounded. The miner struck three weeks ago, following tho company's refusal to furiifeli them transportation to the mines. Tlimj Crops of Alfalfa. Humphrey .Miller, of Xew Hop.-, has already, this year, cut tliiv crops of alfalfa from the flelff nwir Pottlnger Creek bridge. Tint third cutting was put in hi larn !ar week. Xot a drop of rain bail fallen since the second cutting. Mr. Miller says he could see no difference fi. the output or quality of the thini cutting and the former "ones. H ulll probably get two more croi from the field this season. Nov Haven Echo. Baigain in Srholatohip.,. The Hartford Herald has for sale an -'SO scholarship in tho Vander bilt Training School for boys, Elk ton, Kj., and a $20 scholarship iti the Bowling Creen Business Uni versity, Bowling Croon, Ky. The- scholarships represent face valuo in cash on entering school. A liboral reduction on either if sold at once. iforiespondencB solicited. 12Stf Twins Cut Apart. 1 Paris, July IS. The two sister who were born May 22. joined to gether back to back, being united In theliimbcr legion, were cut apart here. ! This dilllcult operation was por I formed by Dr. Mignot, assisted l i Dr. C. W. DuBouchet, chief surgeoi of the American Hospital. TIi. II,ost 'l"te part of tho operation was tno dissection or the lutestiiie. whlch at one point were united for n spacu of an inch and a quarter. Taxes Due For HMI. We have received thn tax book and are now ready to givo you a re ceipt. Pleaso call at tho Sheriff'. ollice at your earliest convenient and settle. S. O. KEOWN, 2Stf Sheriff Ohio County. The rncoiiifortnhlc Kind. Tho Philadelphia minister who " Plenty of $10,000 Jobs are va- Ethell'at doesn't alarm us. There are fortable. Houston Post. A leather belt In an English fac tory has been running at a speed or 1.S00 feet a minute from nine to twelve hours a day for more than thirty-two years. Women pursers aro now employ cd on some of the Hudson rlvvr boats. FIRST-CUSS FEED STORE sae9&ai38 mxtemimmmi t timers-. It any of my competitor can beat that, they aro entitled to your trade. W. E. ELLIS The Produce Merchant Hartford, Kentucky. - A ml HBvp'S! y aV Bt"9 )j 5?" jl 2! je W as