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WKIWKHDAY, .IfliY US, Jt4
PAGK K10IIT
THE HARTFORD HERALD ,
Our Great Profit-Sharing Sale
Has attracted hundreds of real bargain-hunters customers looking for values and knowing
values when they see them and from the loads of bundles carried away by them it was self-,
evident that they were more than satisfied with the Merchandise at the price.
Saturday, July 25th, is the Last Day of This Great Sale.
Bargains will be plentiful up to the last minute. When one lot runs out, new ones will be ad
ded. No sacrifice will be too great in order to make the last day one of the big days of our
two weeks Profit-Sharing. Be on the alert and don't forget we mean to have a trium
phant ending. .
f
E. P. BARNES
Tlie Hartjord Herald
NEW RULES
THE PJW ELECTION
Would Be Well For Voters and
Election Officers To
Take Heed.
Some important changes in the
primary election law of the State
were made by the last Legislature,
.... nil tinrunnst of all political par
ries desiring to vote in the coming ,
primary the first of August should
read them. Section 19 of the Prl-'
marv Klectloii Law. acts of 1514,
under the heading of "Qualllicatioiis
of Klectors," reads as follows:
Uefore a person shall be qualified j
to vote In the primary election here
in provided for, he shall possess all
the qualifications now prescribed by
the Constitution and as are now re
quired of voters In regular elections.
Except that- In the case of women
lectors the qualifications shall be
as prescribed In Chapter 47 of the
Acts of the General Assembly of
3 912. He shall, In addition to saldj
qualifications, be a member of the
&tarty for whoso nominees lie iiH
Tends to cast his vote, and shall liavcj
..illlliated with said party and sup
ported Its nominees, and no person'
shall be deemed to have affiliated,
with the party In whose primary he,
-euks to cast his vote. If he voted
Jtgainst the nominee or nominees of
smell party at the last general lec4
J,h O..I.1 ...llflrxittsiii.. clffill lll I
I lull. ouiil iw.iiMi....wiia ...
.letermlned ns or the date of the pri
mary, without regard to the qualifi
cations or disqualifications as they
may exist at the succeeding regular
lection.
3)i order to determine in case of
doubt any of tint qualifications above
mentioned, the judge of the election
hall have power to and he shall
swear any person offering himself to
voto as to any of said qualifications,
anil when so sworn the Judge shall
llrect the clerk to. and tho clerk
uliall, write upon the primary stub
"hearing the voter's name, the words,
"sworn us to qualifications." Anil,
iiny voter making a false statement
sis to any of his qualifications shall
'be liable to indictment mid cnuvlc-
.Mon for false swearing.
Any Judge of an election knowing-1
ly receiving a vote of any elector
who is not qualified as provided in
this Act, sHall he guilty of a mlsdo
menuor. and upon conviction, shall
lio fined one hundred dollars for1
'uoh offense; and any person so vot
ing, knowing that he is not qualifi
ed as provided in this Act, shall be
Kiillty of it misdemeanor and upon
conviction shall bo fined one hun
dred dollars for each offense.
DESTRUCTIVE CYCLONE
HITS I'lTY OF IIEXItKltSOX
lloiidorson, Ky July 1C -Tho
"business section of Henderson waB
Hwopt by u cyclone at o'clock this
-Vonlng. killing two, doing dainugo
that will run close to $150,000,
putting tho city in coniploto dnrk-
iiess and practically wrecking both
telephone systems,
Tlio Htorm broke with great fury
from tho South, catching a number
of pcoplo on tho streets, who had
narrow escapes from serious Inju-
rles from flying signs and boards"
from roofs and buildings.
Tho dead:
' Mrs. AVilliam Sewell.
I llniii.lo Prlnr. nupil fourteen.
'U.....I- - .wa , "r-i-
Mrs. Sewell was the Jwife of a
prominent contractor. A three-story
brick building was blown over on
her residence, and she and her
nephew were caught under the
ruins. Father Lynch, a Catholic
priest, crawled under the ruins and
administered the last rites to Mrs.
Sewell and her nephew.
Among the injured was David
Hanks, cashier of the Union Hank
and Trust Company, who was riding
a horse at the time of the storm.
Ho was thrown on the pavement
and sustained a scalp wound and
fractured ribs.
Mrs. R. (!. Whltledgc was injured
when a tree fell nnjier.
Accidental Hanging
The Owensboro Inquirer of Mon
day says:
A grewhome death snuffed out the
life of .Miss Mary Clary, the 17-year-old
daughter of W. M. (Shug) Clary,
who resides about eight miles south
west of Owensboro, when tho girl
accidentally got her head caught
and fnstened in an opening over the
barn door and slipped, causing her
self to be hanged. Kxactly how or
when the horrible accident occurred
Is not known to anyone, for the girl
at the time was nt the barn alone,
having gone there with her father
who returned to the house for some
purpose and, left her by herself.
The young lady was weak-minded
and w-as being temporarily housed
In the barn.
HOPEWELL.
July 20. Mr. Thomas Ford spent
last Sunday and Monday In Center
town. Mrs. J. It. Shull has returned
homo from a two-weeks visit with
her sister, Mrs. Illrnm Taylor, at
.
We had a good rain last week
which was greatly needed.
Mrs. Tom Kennedy Is on the sick
list.
The writer attended church nt
Taylortown last Sunday and wit
nessed a very solemn but Interesting
service. Mrs. Clay Taylor, who Is
the mother of 0 children, joined tlio
church with six of her children. Tho
other three were baptized In lufnn-
Icy
llurklen's Arnii'u Salve I'm- Cuts,
lliii'iis, Sore.
Mr. K. S. Loper. Marilla. N. Y.
writes: "I have never had a cut,
burn, wound or soro It would not
heal." (let a box of Hucklen's Ar
nica Salve to-day. Keep handy at
all times for burns, sores, cuts,
wounds. Prevents lockjaw. 25c at
yoir druggist. m
(Advertisement.)
starved littli: sox
TO DEATH, SHU .VOMITS
1'hlludelphla, July IS. A woman
who declared that she had. deliber
ately starved her 4-year-old son to
death four years ago, wnlkcd Into
city hall horo and asked to bo ar
rested, saying that her conscience
-had so troubled her that sho was
unnblo to stand tho strain uny long
er 'and wished to be punished for
her net.
Sho suld that kho was Mrs. Aza
lea Janios, of Hula, Pa., and that alio
was 29 years old.
In November, foar years ago, she
& BRO., - Beaver Dam, Ky.
said, sho was living in IJala with
her husband when their 4-year-old
son became ill. A doctor was sum
moned, she continued, and prescrib
ed three different kinds of medicine
for the child, giving instructions as
fb what ho should be fed. Instead
of obtaining the medicine, the wom
an said she Ignored the physician's
advice and gave the boy neither
food, drink nor medicine. He suf
fered terribly for a week, he wom
an said, losing weight until he be
came almost a shadow. On the fol
lowing Sunday ho died of starvation.
PIIEXTISS.
July IS. The next quarterly
meeting will be held at this place
tlie second Saturday and Sunday in
August
School was opened at this place
last Monday with Miss Lillian Pat
terson as teacher.
Misses Mamie and Clyda Cpoksey,
of near Olaton, visited their aunt.
Mrs. Will French, and family and
other relatives near lfere last' week.
Kov. Jno. T. Casebler, Rockport,
visited his son, Mr. W. A. Casebler
and family tills week.
Mrs. Itoscoe Massle and children,
of near "Woodbury, aro visiting rel
atives near here.
Mr. Decker, who has been
in Kansas, visited his sister, Mrs.
Moscow Taylor, near here, tho llrst
of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Taylor and
two children, Leonard and IUioda,
visited relatives In Hartford last
Saturday and Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. James Burgess vis
ited relatives near Mcllenry this
week.
Miss Myrtle Long, of , is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Brack
en, and other relatives near hero.
Mr. M. Whalen and family, of
near Rockport, are visiting relatives
near here.
Messrs. Win, Hamilton and Win
Duncan, of Mcllenry, visited) Mr. S.
X. Patterson one day this week.
Mrs. J. U. Southard and grand
son, Hollls Drown, will go to Central
City to-day to visit relatives.
Mrs. Frank Mnssle, of near Wood
bury, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
H. H. Martin.
Mr. Thos. White, of Itochoster, Is
visiting )ils daughter, Mrs. Richard
Polfbck, near here.
Mr. Ira Iiunnuor, of Simmons, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
1). Plummer, near here.
Itev. Hoyco Taylor of Murray,
Ky., is conducting a meeting at
Cooper schoolhouse, near here. Sev
eral from hero have been attondlng
and enjoying the excellent preach
ing. A TEXAS WOXDEIt.
Tho Texas Wonder cures kldnoy
ami bladdor troubles, dissolves grav
el, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, ami all irregu
larities of the kidneys and bladder
in both men and women. Regulates
bladder troublos In children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mall on receipt of $1,00. One
small bottle is two months' treat
ment, and seldom falls' to perfect a
cure. Send for testimonials from
this and other States. Dr. B. W.
Hall, 202C Olivo Street, St. Louis,
Mo. Sold by druggists. lyl
Mrs. Loreiz Smith, of Bransford,
Conn., has just begun her one-hundredth
year in tho sainu house In
which she was born in 1815,
m i ... ...
Kuch year u million dollars'
worth of horses dlo in Now York.
I PETITION FILEO FOR
LOCAL OPTION ELECTION
In
Owensboro and Daviess
County Election Set
For Septembet 21.
The Owensboro Messenger of Sun
day says:
A petition will be filed In county
court on Monday morning, asking
for the calling of a local option elec
tion in Daviess county for the pur
poso of giving tho voters an oppor
tunity of voting on whether or not
vinous, spirituous or malt liquors
shall be sold In Owensboro "and Da
viess county. Tho petition will ask
for the calling of. the election for
September 21.
It is required that twenty-five
per cent of tlie voters in the last reg
ular election sign a petition for the
calling of nn electiqn. At tho No
vember election, 1013, 5,805 Ytp
In all were cast. In the Presidential
olectlon In 1012, n year previous,
7,800 votes wero cast in tho county.
It was stated on Saturday that 1,452
names aro required -to bo signed to
the petition asking for tho calling
of the election. It Is claimed that
already the petition hns 3,300
names signed to it, and that tho pro
hibition leaders hopo to have 3,500
names by Monday morning.
After tho petition has been filed
It will lay over until the noxt term
of county court in August, when
final action will be taken by County
Judge Lancaster.
DITCH TAX XOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given that a tax,
or nn assessment of 10 per cent,
based upon tho original cost of con
struction has been levied and assess
ed against each landowner locatod
within tho L. M. Ward, et al.,
W. C. K,nott, et al., J. P.
Taylor, et al., 1). W. Rial, et
al., and R. 11. Mnrtlu,' et al., Ditch
or Drainage districts, respectively,
also au assessment or levy of 5 per
cent, based upon the original cost
of construction on each land owner
located or within the C. R. Rhoads,
et al., Ditch or Drainage district, all
In Ohio county, Ky., and tho same
has this day been certllled to tho
Treasurer of Ohio county, whero
the tax may bo paid without cost of
collection If paid before August 1,
1914, nftor which dato tho unpaid
portion will bo placed In the hands
of tho Sheriff of Ohio county for
collection, at which Unto au addi
tion sum for collection will bo
added. S. T. HARNETT,
Pres. Ohio Co. Board Drainage Conir.
Attest: W. S. TIN8LKY,
28t2 Clerk of Board.
Hartford, Ky., Juno 10, 1914.
SMAT.T.HOUS.
July 18. Little Misses Mary El
Icn Mooro and Mabel Rhoads, Hart
ford, returned homo to-day after a
visit to tho families of- Messrs. Clin
ton Igloheart and Opplo Klttlnger.
Llttlo Misses Elizabeth Whltmor
and Uza Stroud, of Moorman, have
been visiting Gludys Klttlnger tho
pust week.
Mrs. Bob Billings and children, of
Tennessee, and Mrs. Allen Busklll
and daughters Anna and Vorothy
Ellon, ci Moormau, spent u few: days
recently with relatlvos here.
Mr. Sam Crumbaker und wife,
who have been In Louisville tor
somo time, have come to Mr. J. H.
Barnard's.
Mrs. Russell Class, of Louisville,
Is the guest of her grandmother,
Mrs. Mary Barnard.
Mrs. C. D. Ross and family spent
tho latter part of the week with rel
atives at Bovler, Ky.
Mesdames Grant Pollard and Mrs.
Burden, Fordsvllle, passed
through this placo en route homo
from Ashbysburg, where they have
been to visit a sick brother.
Mr. Jim Withrow and family, of
Clcaton, visited their son, Mr. Noah
Withrow and wife last week.
HEAVER DAM.
July 20. Mr. B. Peters was op
erated on last week for appendicitis.
Dr. Wllmore, of Louisville, perform
ing the operation, assisted by Dr.
Joe Taylor and Dr. Wlllts. The op
eration was a success and Mr. Peters
is on thfr road to health.
Mr. Joe Young, of Nashville,1
spent last "Week with his brother,
Mr. Cordon Ybuiig, here.
Miss Baker, of Central
City, spent tho week-end with Miss
Nell Schcevan.
Prof. E..T. Proctor, of Leltchflold,
and Prof. F. T. Shultz, of Fords
Vllle, are in town, on their way to
the Institute nt Hartford.
Mr. Glardy, of Utlca, Ky., was
tho guest of Mr. Frank Barnes the
week-end.
MIrs Louise Lowis, of Fordsvllle,
is the guest of Miss Ismay Mason.
Last week Marshal Sam Stevens
arrested Klmer Hopper at Taylor
Mines who was wanted at Prince
ton, Ky for disturbing public wor
ship. Ho gave bond and returned
to tlio sceno of His trouble. Mr.
Stevens also arrested a negro last
Saturday that made his escape from
a detective at Horse Branch. Ho is
in the lock-up to bo delivered when
called for.
Mrs. Charlie Smothers Is at tho
point of death. Without a change
can live, but a short time. She has
cancer of tho' breast.
Many of our people had tho
pleasuro of shaking hands with
Ex-Gov. Beckham last Friday as ho
wont and camo from Hartford. He
has many warm friends in Beaver
Dam.
Mr. Michael N. Lalllngor, of St.
Louis, Mo., spent threo days here
visiting his brother and wife, Mr.
and Mrs. John L. Lalllngor.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Lalllngor
entertained a select party of young
pcoplo with n rook party In honor
of Mr. Michael N. Lalllngor, of St.
Louis Those present wero: Misses
Anna Barnes, Myrl Miller, Mary
Stuart, Nelllo Plummer, Dona Qulnn,
Ella McKonney, Ismny Mason, Myr
tle Pnrk; Messrs. Edgar Barnard,
Myrl Taylor, Edwin Mason, Marshal
Barnes, Frank Barnes, Porter
BarncB, Michael N. Lalllngor, Hiram
Duval. Refreshments and Roman
puuch wero served, and all who at
tended voted a rousing good time.
m m
OLATON.
July 20.- Tho long drouth was
broken last Thursday and Thursday
night with a very hard rain not a
gully-washer, but a ground-soaker
which wus badly needed. The rain
came too lato to save somo of tho
early corn, but has done lato corn
and, potatoes a lot, of good. With
auothor rain, or two thero will bo
plenty of corn raised in this vicinity
to supply all needs and some to
spare.
Rev. Vauhoy filled his regular ap
pointment hero Sunday night. WJalle
lie was, in the pulpit preaching then
Were somo parties out near the
church trying their guns. I suppose
they were trying to sco which one
could make the loudest report. If
there Is any place In Ohio county
that an oillcer Is needed It Is cer
tainly at Olaton.
Jeff Johnson and family, George
Canan and family. and Carson Dun
can and family went to N. T. Bos-,
well's last Saturday when tho mea
tried their luck lishlng In old Canoy
creek.- They report a good catch of
the finny tribe.
.Tnko Oiler, of Grayson county,
has rented the old water mill hero
and takes possession at once. Ho
has plenty of water to grind witk
now.
Chester Lyons and family went t
Louisville last week.
E. M. Hoover went to Owensbor
Thursday to buy goods for his store.
Ford brothers havo set up a saw
mill here. 'Quite a lpt of logs arq
on tho ground to be cut into lumber.
This ijlves us. three mljls at this, .
placo steam flouring mill, saw-ralll
and the water mill. Qafon is on a
boom, don't yau think?
Thp primary eleptlon seems tb be y
very qulot. Don't hear any talk"
about It here.
CLKAU tUN.
July 20. A nice horse belonging
to Mr. Harden Leo Hooyer, Jr., was
killed by lightning Thursday night.
Mrs. Jacob Wellpr, who has bceii
vpry 111 for some-time, Is no betterl
Miss Eva Murray, of Dukchurst,
visited relatives at this placo Satur
day nnd Sunday.
Mr. C. C. Hoover, wife and so
Millard, who had been visiting
friends In Owensboro, returned
homo yesterday.
Misses Ethel and Eliza Gar Funk
spent Saturday (with friends 'near.
Sunnydale.
Mr. Ula limning, of WhltesviUe.
spent Saturday night and 8unday
with Mr. Alva Kirk. , PHHB
Mr. Clifton Hoovor and 'wJfeTr
Barnptt's Creek, Hpont Saturday
night wth Clcpro Wado and wife, t
Miss Lorona Ford, of Rowling
Green, is visiting her sister, Mrs",
Bud Hoagland.
Tho sociable nt thp homo of Mr,
and Mrs. J. T. Funk the 18th in hon
or of their daughter Ethel's birth
day, was a complete surprlso to her.
She was visiting relatives near Sun
nydale, no aiming to roturn home,
until Sunday. She was informed
that frloiids from a distance had nr
frlved and she was needed nt home.
To her great surprise she found a
host of friends awaitjng her arrival,
Cream and akp weip served and
music waB .furnished on tho piano by
.uisB L.oreua 1'ord. A delightful
time was had.
Cured or HidigcMlou.
Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana.
Pa., was bothered 'with indlfiestlon.
"My stomach pained mo night and
day," she writes. "I would feci
bloated and havo headache und
belching after eutlug, I also suffer
ed from constlpntlou. My daughter
had used Chamberluln's Tablets and
they did her o much good that sho
gave mo u fow doses of them and
insisted upon my trylug thorn.. They
helped mo as nothing else has- done."
For sale by till denlors. S in
Advertisement.) ' .
A granlto monument to the unknown-
Union soldiers burled iu
Cave Hill cemufcury, Louisville, will
bo dedicated at the cemetery next
Saturday, July 25.
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