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THE HARTFORD HERALD Page 5 V tF i k. Vt,. $& flail Hosiery! In connection with our regular fall stock, we are receiving the BLACK CAT line of Hosiery for Men, Women and Children. If you are not getting good wearing Hose, try a pair of the BLACK CATS. They cost you no more and wear longer. Children's School Hose from 15c to 25c. Ladies', all qualities, from15c to $1 pair. Men's Silk Lisle Hose, 25c. Competitors say others are just as good as BLACK CAT, but our word for it, NONE WEAR LIKE THEM. Buy your hosiery from us, and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Jk&a 1 j ttoooododooooood 1iOAL NEWS AND O PERSONAL 'POINTS O ODOOOOOOOOOOOOOO "There's Hartford. Photographer"- In SCHROETER. Don't forgot the Ohio County Falrf-Soptc'mber 1C, 17. 18. - For Dran and Shlpstuft seo W. E. Ellis & Dro., Hartford, Ky. 35t4 ' Mr. Ben Taylor, tho barber, Is vis biting "relatives at Dlrdseyo. Ind. fr- Ellis Milling Co. guarantee every sack'of their Dluo Ribbon Flour. ' American Wire Fence none bet ter 'can on U. S. Carson, Hartford. f- a .An.'.Tnn nnam thA vnrv host. , j uuw itg wim ..w .w.rf -v. ... rry it aoc uuun. CITY RESTAURANT. , r 'fK Try a sack of Blue Ribbon, best V vpatent Flour, made by the Ellis Milling Co. ' 35t4 ' Tllreo days, of great amusement J" .,this.yenr-OhIo, County Fair Sep Otemb'er 1617, 18. For gOOa MOOIB, IVU iam ouu Cold' Drinks come to ; - CITY RESTAURANT. M ' h For MR. bargains In real estate, jt-, see .j)r -write Holbrook & Parks, f V ' Hartford. Kv: J " mi... iiiii. miuinir no.. Hartford. t, ." """ " " .' -.; Ky.,; wholesale as well as reiau f; meir prouucia. - You can get Flgur made by the .J- ' Hills Milling Co. from most any gro- !.' cerMn Hartford. 35t4 W$' ' Farmers, bring your wheat to the : "' Bills Milling Co.'s mill and 'get some of the best Flour made.' f ' W T. Ellis & Bro. have three . Farmer's Favorite. AVheat Drills that L ' they) will sell for ,$30 oach. 3Ct4 !. uf. J. T. Southard and family, of ':i aimwons, spent the week-end at the ? ' home of Sheriff Keowu, city. feV - . ,j& " Mr. Carlisle Render and family .PrwJtiw BaUirday and Sunday. ". R: His & Bro. have three it!- . "'. r., "- Seed and other Held W&'r J" vjuvbj- seeds Ja tqll at reasonable prises, For tkt wr-'l 1-tio.wr Dapbreak KfrtlMrH y 'phww in your or- r-f 9mt9' wrH MMni y. afi! TlSfUur ImA. I Miss Nona Cooper, who visited her uncles, S. O. and C. .P. Keown, Hartford, returned to her home at Fordsville Saturday. ' Tho Ohio County Fair will be tho biggest this year, in its history with out a doubt. Don't. forgqt the date September 16, 17, 18. Miss Minnie Renfrow, of Bowling Green, who had been visiting Mrs. U. S. Carson and Miss Verna Duke, returned home Saturday. When In Hartford go to Kelley's Restaurant for a Good Lunch and a bottlo of Genuine Coca-Cola. Next door to Cooper & Co.'s stable 30tC Mr. Duncatl Hamilton, of Green ville, Ky., attended the State Plat form Convention at Louisville yes terday as ono of the delegates from his county. , Messrs. W. II. Barnes, Democrat, and W. S. Tlnsley, Republican, have been appointed election commission ers for Ohio county by the State Election Commission. Mrs, C, P. Turner and daughter Miss Kathleen, who had been visit ing Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Lonoy, Ow onsboro, Bince last Wednesday, rer turned homo Monday. Tho coldest weather for August for many years has been experienc ed In this, vicinity the past few days. Thermomotors registered at 50 de grees hero yesterday morning. i Mrs. Joo Barnes, of Prentiss, and Miss Ojal Barnes, of Oklahoma, vis ited Mrs. D. H. Barnes, city, last week. Miss Opal Barnes will return to her home In Oklahoma this week. Simon Smith's educated horse will bo on exhibition during tho Ohio County Fair. This horse displays wonderful intelligence. Don't fail to see him when you corao to the Fair. Miss Edna Elliott, of the Little Bend, mention of whose Illness was made In these columns last week, was resting fairly well when last heard from yesterday, but Js yet very 111. Mr, C. Q, Bennett and family, re cently ef Hartford, Route. 3, left last Wednesday for Shawnee, Ok. They have decided to locate In Oklahoma, but have not yet, fouhd the ex aet Pla. Dr. 8. W. Ferd teek hfe family rad Mr. W. B. Reader awl wife to Prentiss lt SUr4ay to visit Bsq. H. B. TayWr aadmily, .Or.,Fw4. H. .. 'Tajr'er, Mfga Ftaley and Taylor attended the Sunday Rennet Convention at, Roelne last Sunday, They went to Roslne In Dr. Ford's car. Dinner In abundance was served on tho ground. Dr. Ford, family and W. B. Render and wife returned to Hartford Sunday oven ing., Mrs. S. F. Whltoly, of WhltesvUle, Is visiting Mrs. Joo Rhoads, near town. Judga 3. P. MUlor, mention of whoso serious Illness was made in thes'o columns last week, is no better. Tho trustees of'Dlvislon 1 aro call ed to moot at Barnott's Creek church on Saturday, Sept. 4, 1915, at 2 o'clock p. m. for tho purpose of re organizing tho Division Board. OZNA SHULTS, S. S. O. C. Messrs. Crahan & Smith, tho suc cessful bidders on tho construction of tho plko leading towards Center town, began work last Monday and hope- to havo tho Job completed in six weeks or two months. Mr. J. C. Bennett and wife, Hart ford, who have been on a three months visit to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and "Mra. W. C Ovor hults, of Cedar Edge. Col., arrived back homo last Saturday. Thoy re port a most pleasant visit. Mrs. Gertrude Llebcrman, Louis ville, and Miss Anna Edmondson, Cloverport, Ky., accompanied by Mr. R. B. Thomson, Horton, wore in Hartford Saturday. Mrs. Lelborman and Miss Edmondson aro visiting relatives and friends in Horton. Mr. Guy Stateler nnd family, of McHenry, camo to Hartford Sunday morning in his largo touring car. They were Joined here by Mrs, Char lotto Taylor and Miss Mamie Ben nett and all went to Owensboro to spend tho day, returning homo Sun day evening. , Mall me your order at once for Fine Raw. Bone. .$1.55 per 100-lbs. Beef Blood and Bone 4 .'$1.20 per 100-lbs. Acid Phosphate . . .70 per 100-lbs. Raw Phosphate . . .40 per 100-lbs. Fine Ground Llmo .20 per 100-lbs. D. L. D. SANDERFUR, 35t3 Beaver Dam, Ky. Mr. Z, Wayne Ellis and family, of Sturgls, Ky., have been visiting rel atives in Hartford and Beda for tho past ten days. Mr. Ellis went to Utlca, Daviess county, last Sunday to visit his brother, Mr. B. S. Ellis, and will return home from there. His wife and children, who aro now visiting hor father, Mr. Thomas Gceer, of near Beda, will return homo next Saturday. Messrs. B. E. Ross, Centertown; J.jC Igleheart, Equality; M. W. Brown. Hartford, Route 1; G. W. Cdmpfleld, Green River; H. W. Cum mings, Beaver Dam; S. L. Whlttaker and sons Carroll and Charlio, and A. C,s Porter, Democratic nominee for Circuit Court Clerk, Hartford, Routo 7; Dr. D. H. Godsey, Sulphur Springs; I. B. Shrader, Narrows, R. 1; B. C. Hocker, Taylor Mines, and J. It. Barrel, Beaver Dam, were among The Herald's recent callers. News has been received in Hart-, ford of the death of Mr. F. J. R. Davenport which occurred recently In Nash. Texas. Mr. Davenport wo'nt from Beavor Dam to Texas about 40 year ago. Ho was 66 years ohl at tho time of his death. He was a highly respected citizen and had made many friends In Ill's adopted country. A Texas newspaper speaking of his death, says: "He leaves a wife and seven children R.A. Davenport of rialta countyt J. P. Davenport of Nash, Mrs. Gertrude Chllds of Col lier's Chapel, C. H. Davenport of Nash, Mrs. Inez Rogors of Big Springs, Mrs. Alma Marshall of Nash. Friends throughout tho coun ty sympathize with tho bereaved Ohio County Fair. . Arrangements aro going forward steadily for the great Ohio County Fair which will begin Sept. 16th and continue threo days. Vast Improve ments aro being made to the grounds and buildings. No more beautiful grounds are to bo found in Kentucky. Situated on tho shores of Rough riv er with a natural grove, which has been' tho admiration of thousands of visitors, the slto furnishes a most delightful place for a few days rout and enjoyment among old friends and acquaintances. The amphitheater has been rebuilt and general. Improvements to all buildings. Good premiums and purses aro offered In all departments. Special attractions nyer before seen In Ohio county havetieen provided, A fine band will be on hand to fur nish music each day. No one can af ford to miss the great Ohio County Fair this year. Remember the dates, Sept. 16, 17 and 18. 34tf Special Premium Uy CJtUens HahIc. A nice baby buggy ta the mot twfect baby under one year, eld te be shown in plain bby4ip . dMtors te b a)iee by Fair Co. as Judges. Ring. epM at 1 1 e'eldek m Utu;-day of Fair. 3Jt , ooooooooooooooo O CIRCUIT CO UltT NOTB8. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Com'th. vs. Charles Fulkcrson charged with murder verdict of Jury, guilty of voluntary manslaugh ter and punishment fixed at three years In penitentiary. Com'th, vs. Jerry Clark nnd Ev erett Webster, charged with unlaw fully banding together to Injuro oth ers a plea of guilty was entered and tho Jury fixed tho punishment of each at confinement In the peniten tiary? for a period of not less than three years nor moro than three years and onp month. Com'th, vs. Bird, Lee", charged with unlawfully banding with others to injuro another verdict of Jury not guilty. Com'th. vs. Murray Maddox, charged with llko offense contin ued to and set down for trial on sec ond day of tho next October term of Circuit Court. Com'th. vs. Eph. RlBlnger, et al. tho defendant, Jesse Ashford, was arrested by the Sheriff and delivered to tho court, in open court, and being unablo to oxecuto bond, was remand ed to tho custody of tho Jailor of Ohio county. Com'th. vs. Eph. RIsInger, ct al charged with unlawfully banding to gether with others to Injure another plea of guilty entered and by agreement his punishment w.-fs fixed by tho Jury at confinement in the penitentiary for a period of 5 years. In the same caso Jno. Southard was arrested, charged with same offonse. He executed bond for his appearance on 8th day for trial. Tho following petit Jurors were excused from further service: J. W. Bowies, J. T; Shrum, Virgil TJlslfop, F. C. Kitchens nnd J. N. Logsden. Com'th. vs. F. M. Allen, et al. continued to 4th day of the October term for trial. Com'th vs. Tom Williams, et al. continued to 3d day of the October term' for trial. Com'th. vs. Frank Allen, ct al! bond" of Marlon Balls $500 for feited and summons Issued. Same order entered against Henry Addlng ton. Com'th. vs. Eph. RIsInger, ef al. Abo Carter arrested, charged with banding together to injuro another, was taken boforo tho court by the Sheriff and falling to execute bond, was remanded to the custody of the Jailer to await trial. Com'th. vs. Claude Allen and Lafe Crowley, charged with unlawful con federating and banding together for the purpoeo of Injuring another' set forward to Friday for trial. Com'th vb. John Durham, et al. samo charge Com'th. elected to try John Durham, Jr., whereupon de fendant, by attorney, announced not ready and filed affidavit for contin uance. Tho caso was set forward for trial Friday. Circuit Court adjourned last Fri day until yesterday morning when court was resumed and will bo In session tho remainder of this week. The grand Jury returned the fol lowing indictments: Ono against Mary Long, charged with maintain ing a common nuisance. Ono against Herman Morris, charged with offense of shooting pistol on public highway. Ono against Owen Crowe, charged with offense of breach of tho peace. Jerry Clark, Everett Webster uind Eph. RIsInger, who were sentenced In tho "possum hunter" cases, wero conveyed to tho penitentiary at Ed dyvlllo last Friday by Sheriff S. O. Keown nnd son Gilmore Keown. Notice. There will bo-an Ice' cream supper at the resldenco of Mrs. A. B. Rowe, In Centertown, on Saturday, Sept. 4th, beginning at 4 o'clock In the afternoon. It will be held In the in terest of tho church, and the pro ceeds used In missionary work. All cro cord.'ally inv.'tcd to attend. ' "Just For Fun." Tho Owensboro Inquirer of Mon day says; "I think I'll Just shoot myself for fun," said Daloy Owen, 19-year-old son of Sam Owen, residing in tho Tuck neighborhood Sunday aftor noon at about 3:30 o'clock to his young wife sitting in tho same room, unaware that an old 32-callbro pis tol ho had laid against his breast was loaded. It soems miraculous ' that tho young man was not killed. In his "Joke" ho had pointed tho rovolver directly at his heart, but tho bullet passed several Inches above, lodging in his chest, and according to infor mation received this afternoon it will not be probed for until tho young man has recuperated suffi ciently to stand the operation. In Attendance at Convention. Messrs. R. Holbrook, II. P. Tay lor, Douglas Felix, Judge C, M. Crowe, Fred Cooper, Hooker Wil liams, H, D. Ross, of Hartford, and! R. T. Taylor BeJver Dam, aroi among those from Ohio county who attended the State Platform Conven tion at Louisville yeterday. tHlcritfrt 'Pr-il Herald, SI a year. AT OHIO COUNTY FAIR -SHttttfcMliMfr"' ' V j J . -fig . v. " ' " V 'tjS Photo by American .Press Association. One of the world's greatest aviators will make two ascensions from the Fair Grounds on Friday, Sept. IT And will perform various during stunts in the air. Don't miss this rare treat. It will be great. 'KAUUErrS FEKRY. Aug. 30. Quite a number from this vicinity attended the Sunday School Convention at Rosine yester day. Tho pupils of the Huff's Creek Sunday School are quite elated over the fact that thoy won tho banner offered to the school having the larg est number of pupils at tho conven tion. , Misses Mao and Daisy Chapman, of Owensboro, have returned home after an extended visit here. Mrs. James Blacklock and child ren, of Owensboro, are visiting the family of Mr. W. W. Lloyd. Mr. Ed. Smith and family, of Eck erty, Ind., returned homo last Thurs day, after spending several days vis iting his brothers, Jake and Joe Smith. Mrs. Fllura Barrott, who has been 111 of malaria for several days, is im proving. Mrs. Ann Hurt lias been seriously 111 of stomach trouble and complica tions, but Is Improving. Mr. Dock Neighbors Is 111 of mala ria. Born to tho wife of Mr. Huckleberry, recently, a fine boy. , Rev. Vnnhoy Is conducting n eo rles of meetings at Oak Grove Moth odlBt church. Tho Democrats of this vicinity aro united for Stanley and It is tho opin ion of many that his plurality in No vember will bo greater than in Aug ust, OOOOOCOOOOOOOOOO O l.irHNSKJ) TO MAURY. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Clarence Sheffield, Rockport, to Lola Whalln, Rockport, LARGE CHIMNEY ORDER FOR BRITISH GOVERNMENT Cadiz, Ky., Aug. 30. Jlrre M. Porter, of Clinton, manager of tho Porter Pottery Company of that city, recently closed a deal with tho Brit ish Government for 16,000 cases of lamp chlmnoys. This order em braces about 1,152,000 chimneys and they havo until January 1, 1916, to complete tho ordor. It will tako forty cars to dellvor tho chimneys to New York City, where tho British Government has agreod to assumo all responsibility. ,i , Ico Creiu Supper. The ladies of Goshen church will give an Ice cream supper Saturday evening, Sept.. 11. Proceeds to go for benefit of the. church. Every body invited. -- ' 3$t2 11 In Union. There Is Strength The More Folks We Please Hie More Goods Well Sell, and tlicMorc QoodsWcSelltbe Cbcaper You Can. Buy. Help Swell Our Sales and Share In the Saving ILER 8c BLACK, HARTFORD, KY. JUST BECAUSE An animal is a hog 1b no reason whj bis food should not be carefully se lected. It actually pays in dollars and cents, 4o do so. Come to our store and Inspm THE FINK FEED WU CARRY That makes stock grow and brings you In larger profits. Wo havo Hog" Feed, Horso Feed, Cow Feed and Chicken Feed. IV. I -ELLIS A IP, THE PRODUCE MERCHANTS HARTFORD, KY. IS 1 .a-..