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WEDNESDAY, .1UNE 30, I9ltf.
Page 5
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Summer Sale
A big success. Why? Be
cause when we announce
a sale the people know
that it means BIG VALUES.
Remember now that only
FOUR DAYS remain that
you can secure these ex
traordinary offerings. The
last days are the best days,
because we put out spe
cials in every department.
10 minute offerings each
day-and remember that
"There's a Photographer" in
Hartford. SCnitOETEK.
Mr. Smith Hoover, of Central
City, spent Sunday in Hartford.
American ' Wire Fence none bet
tercall on U. S. Carson, Hartford.
LOST Pair of spectacles, half
vision. Reward. .
Mr. E. A. Carter, of Huntsvlllo,
Ala., was a visitor in Hartford a day
or two last week.
PrMrs. J- p Vickers and daughter,
IT Marlon Austin, of Owensboro. are
PP visiting friends here.
The members of Hartford Baptist
i rhurch will call a pastor at a meet
f i at their church to-night.
Miss Mary Barrow, of Lexington,
is the gue'st of her grandparents.
f- r. and Mrs. H. P, Taylor.
Herald office. Nice and clean, tied
up in bundles. Large bundle, 5c. tf
.Take n Kodak with you nnd lirlnjj
lick the f.tory of your vacation. On
bale nt J. R. TAPPAN'S,
2Ct4 Hartford, Ky.
Misses Mary Ellen and Isabel
Moore, of ElUabethtown, are the
guests of Sirs. Martha Ross and oth
er relatives here.
When in Hartford go to Kelley's
Restaurant for a Good Lunch and o
bottle of Gonulne Coca-Cola. Next
door to Cooper & Co.'s stable. 20t8
Mr. Thomas Cooper, senior mem
ber of tho flrm of Cooper Bros,, of
Beaver Dam, was n pleasant caller
at The Herald office yesterday.
I Mr. and 'Mrs. J. B. Blrcher, Jr.,
who had been visiting relatives and
I friends in Irvington and Branden-
' burg, Ky returned home fast week.
Mr. Perry Keown, who t has been
sojourning In New Mexico for sev-
ul years, l here on a visit to his
) tfre.nts, Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Keowa.
i k Mr- u' -' Carsoa' t,ie Kroceryman,
' delivered 1,960 pounds ef porkerB
to' C. P. Tref, the 8tkMji, Ust
Monday. whKs rU1 kif wt
I tyouad. '
i ,1"r,w)pU'of Jiiutfprd uui Jtattv
wko hav:YJiKfs t ajutt.?l
eoefw- a fv4r m TIm MnM W r-
WrWng mmm to. U" tltin8 er
tkrwt, " ,
Service at Methodist church next
Sunday morning and evening, with
preaching by. the pastor. Subject
Sunday morning, "The Immortality
of Influence."
Mr. D. J. Duncan, Louisville, gen
eral agent of The Columbian Na
tional Life Insurance Co., Boston,
Mass., spent a few hours in Hart
ford last Friday,
Rev. Ed, Maddox, of Hanson, Ky.,
preached at the local Baptist church
last Sunday morning and evening.
He was greeted with a good aud
ience at each service.
Orvllle Williams, son of Arthur
Williams, desires it to be known
that he Is notvthe."Orvllle Williams''
mentioned in the indictment report
ed in last week's Herald.
Mrs. Bettle Her and Miss Alberta
Greer, who had been visiting Mr. O.
R Greer arid family, Taylor Mines,
were pleasant callers at The Herald
office yesterday while enroute home.
Mr. F. H, Boarman and Miss Oda
Greer, both living on Route. 6, Hart
ford, were -married yestedny at the
court" house hore. County Judge
Wilson officiated with a very pretty
Sheriff S. O. Keown and his effi
cient force of deputies deserve cred
it for the prompt Way In which most
all persons recently indicted have
been apprehended and brpught bo
foro the court. '
Messrs. Hoyt Taylor, Hartford,
nnd O. H. Taylor, Beaver Dam, wont
to Princeton, Ky., Monday to make
survey of the public roads in Cald
well county, They will be gone
nbout two weeks.
A daughter of Mart Elder, HvJng
nt Edon, In Butler county, commit
ted suicide by jumping Into Green
river at Porter's Landing, a day or
two ago. Wo could not learn tho
particulars of the sad affair.
Tho Ohio County A. S. of E. ship
ped a carload of lambs to the mar
ket laBt week and received perhaps
the. highest price, ever paid to farm
ers In this county, which was 8 He
net, clear after paying expenses.
The report wemi to have gotten
out that Prof. McHenry Rhoads
wouW not be here at the Teachers'
Institute next week, but a ltter
(hm him dated Monday says be cw
tataly will be here and speak next
, Monday Right. Pref. U, 0, larsett,
, the iMtrueter f the iMtiUiU, ( an
eld Ohio Musty bey, was Wtr wltB-
iin two mil Hartfsrd and edu
cated at Hartford College. He also
taught several years in the schools
The Infant son of, Mr. and Mrs.
Vilas Poters, of Beaver Dam, died
yesterday morning of inflammation
of tho brnln, nfter a lingering Ill
ness. Tho parents have the sympa
thy of their many friends In this
sad hour,
Mr. F. B. Tlchenor, a prominent
citizen of Centertown, died early
Saturday morrfjng of softening ot
tho brain, and was burled Saturday
evening by tho Masons. He leaves
a wife and daughter. He was 51
years old,
The prosperity of a county or
community Is gauged In a great
measure by the soundness nnd good
standing of Its financial institutions.
In this Issue of The Herald nppcar
the statements of Ohio county banks,
all of which make a splendid show
ing, Messrs. L. O. Weller, Olaton, R.
1; E. F. Duke and son Edward, and
Chas. L. Wedding, Dundeo;M. A.
Hlnes, Llvermore; L. B. Tlchenor,
Hartford, Route 5; Arthur Wil
liams, CentertoWn, Route 1, and E.
H. Maddox, Hartford, Route 4, were
among Tho Herald's recent callers.
Born to the wife of Mr. Trimble
Pendleton, on 28th Inst., a fine girl,
christened Jean. Mrs. Pendleton,
who lives at Chapelle, New Mexico,
has been on an extended visit to her
father and mother-in-law, Dr. and
Mrs. 15. B. Pendleton. . Mother nnd
child were getting nlong nicely yes
terday. Col. C. M. Barnett, of Hartford,
has announced for Railroad Com
missioner in tho First District, and
Attorney C. E. Smith, of the local
bar, lias . ajiuruinced- for- Common-'
wealth's Attorney In this Judicial
District. Both are subject to the
action of the Republicans at the
August Primary.
Miss Nancy Ford entertained at
a lawn fete at her home on Main
street last Friday evening In honor
of Miss Ruth Miller, of Owensboro,
who Is Visiting her. Light refresh
ments and punch were served to
nbout fifty. A most delightful ev
ening was reported.
Judge J. S. Glenn, who Is con
ducting his campaign for the Dem
ocratic nomination for Circuit Court
Judge of this district, spent Sunday
with his family here. Judge Glenn
is delighted with the reception ho Is
receiving In Daviess county, where
he has been campaigning the past
ten days.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix, who
has been taking a special course In
music at the New England Conser
vatory, Boston, will return to her
home in Hartford, Ky with her
brother, Douglas D. Felix, who re
cently graduated In law from Yale.
Miss Felix graduated from National
Park Seminary, Washington, last
year, taking first honors In a class
of fifty-seven. Courier-Journal.
Mr. Douglas D. Felix, who has
been attending the law department
of Yale University, New Haven,
Conn., for the past two years, hav
ing entered as a Junior from the
Kentucky State University, In the
fall of 1913, graduated on Juno 23d,
being 'one of five out of a large
class, graduating with special hon
ors, arrived home yesterday after
noon. He was accompanied by hia
sister, Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix,
who had been taking a special
course In Instrumental 'and vocal
music at the New England Conserv
atory of Music, Boston, Mass., the
past year.
. ,
Mother Suicides.
Mrs. A. R. Ransom, living near
Cromwell. Ky., killed herself some
tlmo Saturday night, although her
body was not found until Monday
morning, about two miles from
home, in an old barn. She first
took laudanum and wandered away
and later It was discovered she had
cut her throat with a butcher knife.
She leaves a husband and four chil
dren. One of her children died a
few weeks ago and It Is supposed
that brooding over this sad affair
caused her to commit the rash act.
Kjieilal Session Of Fiscal Court.
The Ohio County Fiscal Court, all
members being present, convened
hero In call session Monday, Among
other things considered, tho plans
and specifications for the pike bn
tho Hartford and Centertown road
were approved and tho pike will be
built to the end of the Miller lane.
Tho exact location or route of tho
road was not determined, but defer
red to bo passed upon at the regular
meeting beginning July 12th. Court
adjourned yesterday.
i i
The Farmers Club will meet Sat
urday, July 10th, having been post
poned from the 3d, owing te con
fgfetlRK with other meetings.
V. C, ELGIN, See'y.
IMk'frto kilifl .Tur
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Com'th vs. Gilbert Hayes, ci a -ed
with murder continue'!
Com'th vs. Charles D. Fulkerson,
samo' charge same order.
Com'th vs. Charlie Gross, charg
ed with manslaughter verdict of
tho Jury guilty, as charged In tho
Indictment, and punishment fixed nt
confinement In the penitentiary for
not legs than two years and not
over three years. The defendant
was sentenced and conveyed to the
penitentiary laBt Saturday by Sheriff
S. O. Keown.
Tho grand Jury, before adjourn
ing finally last Thursday, returned
the following Indictments, viz.
Com'th. vs. Bruno Froy (5 cases),
charged with selling liquor.
Com'th vs. Jerry Clark, Everett
Webster, Gilbert Wright, Leslie
Crnlgj Wayne Splnks, Clarence Rich
ardson, Elwood Lee, Bird Lee, Chas.
i.ac, ;llarvey Plummor and Guy
Chlnn, charged with unlawfully
Landing and conferteiatlng together
o Injup others.
Com'th s Claud. Allen nnd Lnfo
Crowley, charged with unlawfully
bnndlng and confederating together
for the purpose of Intimidating.
Com'th. vs. Jesse Fulkerson, Chas.
Fulkerson, Estill Fulkerson, Chas.
Grant, Ross Whltaker, Oscar Brown,
Robert Swnln, Hotsley Rowe," Mike
Wydlck, George Hunter, Delly Sin
gleton,' charged with unlawfully
banding nnd confederating together
to Injure others.
Com'th. vs. Murray Maddo,
charged with crime of unlawfully
banding and confederating together
to Injure another.
. Com'th vs W. A'. Owen, charged
with th? Time of felcntou-sl burn
ing a warehouse.
Com'th. vs. John Durham, Sr.,
John' Alexander, John Durham, 4 Jr.,
Clarence Moris and Jim Moris,
charged with the crime of unlaw
fully banding and confederating to
gether to Injure Roy Elder.
Com'th. vs. Luther Daniel, crime
of unlawfully detaining a woman
agalnstfher will.
Com'th. vs. L., H. & St. L. R. R.
Co., charged with offense of falling
to provide a suitable waiting room
at Fordsvllle. Summons Issued.
Comjth, vs. Lem Taylor nnd Mol
lle Coomes, offense of adultery.
Com'th. vs. Murray Crowe nnd
Bob Davidson, offense of breach of
the peace
Com'th vs. Lorenzo Hamilton,
chargedwtth. Jetlt larceny. . .
Com'th, " vs. Murray Crowe and
Bob Davidson, charged with offense
of using abusive and insulting lan
guage. Com'th. vs. Alton Paris, charged
with offense of violating local op
tion law.
Com'th. vs. Perry Crowder, charg
ed with offense of obstructing a pub
lic road.
Com'th. vs. Rufus Mlnton, charg
ed with disturbing public worship.
Com'th. vs.' Arthur Cooper, charg
ed with breach of th peace (two
Com'th. vs. Alton Parrls and Goe
bel Parrls, charged with breach of
the peace.
Cqm'th. vs. Goebel Paris, charged
with the offense of carrying con
cealed a deadly Weapon.
Com'th. vs. Clnrde Graves, charg
ed with selling lliuor.
Com'th. vs. Claude Graves, charg
ed with using. a dendly weapon In a
threatening mnnner.
Com'th. vs. Claude Graves, charg
ed with carrying concealed a deadly
Com'th. vs. Oscar Durall, chnrged
with unlawfully pointing pistol nt
Com'th. vst-.Elbert Goodall, charg
ed with furnishing liquor to a mi
nor. Com'th, vs. Richard Carpenter,
It is a rule
of this store
to see that or
ders receive
the same care
ful attention
we give to
goods sold
over the coun
ter. The Bast of Everything
For Every Order
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Get Next to a
Good Thing!
With the season's change
you need different-underwear,
JVe can supply you
with the proper weight and
texture, combining high
grade quality and moderate
Everything in men's fur
nishings. We're abreast of
the times in style. Our
stock is kept up to date.
Best values in town.
charged with disturbing religious
The grand Jury returned aUbut
100 lndlctmonts the largest ever
known In a single term In Ohio
county. About 03 of these were In
connection with the possum hunter
Special Term Called
Bofor adjourning Circuit CuTt
an order was entered for an extra
session of the Ohio Circuit Court to
couvene In court hall, Hartford, on
Mor day, Aumiyt 23d, nnd the fol
lowing Commonwealth and civil
cas.es were set down for trial, viz.:
5200 Com'th. vs. Tom Williams,
et al., 5201 Com'th. vs. Jesse Ful
kerson, et al., 5201 Com'th. s
Frtlnk Allen, ot al., 5207 Com'th. vs
Gilbert Hayes, 4C35 Com'th. vs
Charles D Fulkerson, 5220 Com'th.
vs. John Durham, Sr.. et nl., 320S
Com'th. s. Bruno Frey (5 cases),
5229 Com'th. vs. Jerry Clark, et nl.,
5230 Com'th. vs. Claude Allen, et
al., 5231 Com'th. vs. Jesse Fulker
son, et al., 5235 Com'th. vs. Murray
Maddox, 523C Com'th. vs. W. A.
Also the following civil case3 were
set down for trial at the special
term," viz.: A. P. Kelly, &c, jvij
sam Neal, &.c.
Flnley Carter, &c, vs. on motion
for ditch.
C. R. Rhoads, &c, vs. on motion
for ditch.
Susan McCarty, &c, vs. A. P. Kel
ley, &c.
"Hotel de Midklff" now has 11
boarders nnd the number is being
added to almost dally.
Dr. B. F. Tlchenor. of Hartford,
has entered the race for Senator
from the 7th District, composed of
Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler coun
ties. Dr. Tlchenor Is very popular
and mny overcome the Republican
majority In this district.
Cooper Bros. Ills Sale.
Cooper Bro.'s big Stock Reduction
Snle, Beaver Dam,. Ky., will begin
Saturday, July 3d, and continue to
July 17th, Inclusive. This sale is
for cash and produce only. No
goods will be charged at these spec
ial prices.
Watch for their big ad. In The
Herald next week, giving you tho
special prices. The knife Is going
deep Into prices and their customers
will get the benefit.
This store will be closed July 5th,
the 4th coming on Sunday.
Ceitlllcnto Grade1.
Following Is a list of those mak
lng first-class certificates at the re
cent examination held at Fordsvllle
on June 1S-19, 1915, and the grades
they made: J. C. Lawrence 97 3-11.
Robert Rusher 95 10-11, Wlnonn
Stevens 94 2-11, Ava Westerfleld
93 2-11, Wlllnrd Keown 93, Mrs. I.
S. Mason 91 10-11, Artie May 90
5-11, Hayward Plrtlo 912-11, Eva
Hamilton 90, Ethel Rowe 87 0-11.
Grace Shultz 80 8-11, O. B. Cole 80
7-11, Otha Daniel 85 6-11, Bertha
Westerfleld 85 C-ll, Mrs. J. M. Mc
Ferran 85 5-11.
For Snle.
A big stock ot Sisal Bludlng
Twine best grade. Also Binders,
Mowers, Hay Rakes and other Farm
Implements ot all kinds. Also have
three "Farmer's Favorite'' Wheat
Drills never been used, bought nt
a bargain which wo will sell below
cost. W. E. ELLIS & BRO.,
The Produce Men,
23t4 Hartford, Ky,
A Last Resource.
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should propose?
Young Girl I don't know, Have
you' tried everythlHg else? '
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Gilbert Dennlson, Render, to Dora
Robertson, McHenry.
J. F. Southard, Simmons, to Hlla
Wilson, Renfrow.
F. H. Bqarjnap, Hartford. Routa
0, to Oda Greer, Hartford, Route C.
And mighty good feed too may be
found here. The Hay and Grain
offered to our customers is not a
miscellaneous collection of
From unknown sources, but la care
fully selected goods from the best
grain fields of the country. Try It
and you will be convinced.
l I ELLIS ifi
Is Your Car
fforkim Rirtl?
The chances nro that jou'io
a pretty rooiI driver, joii un
ilei'htnud jour automobile thor
oughly. But you haven't tho
tlmo or tools to flv It light.
Wo have tho time and tools
and In the Imnds of competent
workmen. Our line of Tiics,
Acccssoiles, Vuleaiilzlnn and
Repairs Is complete. We nro
Make It a point to drive this
way u licit your Oils and Gaso
line nro low. Our prices arc
Fuqua & Co.
Beaver Bam, Ky.
and Dental Surgeon
Located at S. E. lkunttt's Stable.
Call answered day or nlsht.
McBsnry MI'g. and Machine k
founders and Machinists,
All work quickly and accurately
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