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- -f. - -1 Ftff 4 THE HARTFORD HERALD WEDNESDAY, .MX", ff, 1010. l r THE HARTFORD HERALD L., H. ST. L. BY. TIME TABLE. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 113 due at Ellmltch 8132 p.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch. j. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irving ton... 5:35 p. m. Lv. Irvlngton... 5:56 p.m. Ar T.sllfatl11 TtJAn m !1 No. Ill Lv. Louisville'.'. 8:35 a' ml Ar. Irvlngton.. .10:00 a.m. Lv. Irvlngton. ..10:40 a. m. Ar, Ellmltch... 1:04p.m. m., u. & e. n. n. time taiile. 8outh Bound, No. 115 Due at Hartford 8:45 a. m. North Bound. No. 114 Duo at Hartford 6:15 p. m. (Both "Mixed" Trains.) ROCKPORT. v Tan. 1. Rockport Lodge No. 3 If met In regular session on Si. John's Day, Dec. 27th, and elected and In stalled ofllcers for the ensuing year as follows: S. L. Fulkerson, Mas ter; V. J. Mason, Senior Warden; R. L. Sullivan, Junior Warden; Roy Deeter, Sccrotary; M.B. Refd, Treas urer Warren Nichols, Tyler; J. I. Clark, Senior Deacon, and J. C. Williams, Junior Deacon. The lodge is in fine financial condition and starts tho new year" with high hopes for good work and benefits to its members. Claude Ray, son of Jacob Ray, died last Tuesday and was burled at Nelson, Ky Wednesday. Alfred Bennett, of Crossvlllo, III., was circulating among his old friends In town thl3 week. After spending the holidays with their families, the following Varies re turned to their several schools and homes: James Austin to Ogden College at L-'.:"-'ille, Ray Herral to Elkton, Misses Esther Bartlett and Mena Deltlesbrink to Hickman, Ky., Addison Howard and Eugene Glbbs to Bowling Grce Thurston Glbbs to Qwensboro, Mrss Ollle Howerton and her two sons to Central City, E. L. Dupy to Brookport, 111., Mr., and Mrs. Lee Smith to Louisville. The play time for. our people has passed and each one is now prepar ing for the struggle forbetter condi tions and a more prosperous year than tho one just passed. The dec orations have been hauled down, and and the regular routine of business is being .faced with energy and de termination for success. " There is considerable sickness in town, most of It being colds and la grip. Mrs. M. L. Tucker, who has been very sick for several days, Is much Improved. , Our Papular telephone operator, Oscar Ezell, lo the happy recipient of a fine boy, presented to him by bis wife on Dec. 29th. Oscar does not know whether he Is walking in tho air or on old Mother Earth. His amlle Is like the European battle line from shore to shore. Also on the same day Mrs. Will Bennett presented to her husband a fine girl baby. Will Is as proud as a band master. Mothers and babes are do ing well. Miss Norlno Black, of Hartford, is the guest 6t Miss Nora Herrel this week. 1IORTOX. Jan. 3. Mr. and Mrs. James Dan iel, of Bennetts, visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Daniel Sunday. The party given by Mr. and Mrs. A W. Blnck.last Thursday night was highly enjoyed by all present. Little Miss Maggie May Is on the sick list. Mrs. KIrkendall died at Roslne Thursday and was burled at Bethel Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. May, who have been visiting relatives hero, loft Monday for their homo at Linton, Ind. Mr. Wiley Combest. who has been In Illinois for some time, Is spend ing a few. days with friends and rel atives here. - Mr. T. S. Kirk, of Morgantown, visited friends here Saturday and Sunday. i FORDSVILLE. Jan. 3. Mr. Park HallAnd wife, of Alabama, 'are here. the'uests of Mrs, i Hall's 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. JohnlH. Smith. Mr, and Mrs. D. E. L.ynn Iiavo re turned from EarllHgton, where they have been visiting for several days. Mr. Sam Gaines, who ' has been very HI for some time, Is convales cent. Mrs. A. M. Howell and children have returned from Earllngton. Rev, W. F. Rogers, of Louisville, who has; been called as pastor of tho ri.ridttan church, will begin his ser vice here by preaching January 9th, morning and Liule Lllliav .m Miner uas a vr Had case of waflUBS cough. of Bowling neata at the gar. Mrs. Per- Kocen we& l vr -f r oi mf. nog or Mrrtfl ercefll'i rrc?i Dr. m rilled J fco la J n rAbnlntr Aw aeJAmMB km i Vm Mti&.B.vft MiaaaU aunt, Mrs. Jessie Jackson, of Louis ville. , Mr. Frank Wallace and daughter Miss Lula httvo returned from Louis ville, where they have been visiting' for several days. Mrs. Salllo Faught,.of Bowling Green, Is at the bedBlde of her mothor, Mrs. Rachel Johnson. i i HEAVER DAM. Jan. 3. The year 1915 will bo remembered as a year of plonty, es pecially bountiful crops, all kinds of fruit and vegetables and every ce real that Is :jrovn on tho farm. Tho best of all Is that everything grown on tho fnrm brings n fair price, so tho farmer that has made a surplus can command the cn&h at any time without going to the bank. If tho Equity folks' would only erect a barn In Beaver Dam or Hart ford where 'ic could pool their to bacco, tl ereby having a market In tho county, It would bo much bettor on those who wint o grow tho weed. T'u) Mol their wool nnd get good cash prices. Also they poo' th"lr poult T, which In quite an Item with the farmer. Before tho Equity was organized they took tho prices offered by merchants in goods; no money was oKered. They pould pool their tobacco the same way and command tlie same price they now receive in Owcsboro and preven. the lung hnul from this county o the Owensboro market. Wo hope this year will bo a year of Improvement of our public high ways and that our county officials will help us on our Dixie Highway from Beaver Dam to Borah's Ferry. The farmers of this part of the county are expecting help along that lino 'nring the year and If the offi cials turn a deaf ear to our de mands, there will bo another elec tion, and remember that no longer a candidate can come among tho vo ters with a party platform pinned to his coattall and command votes. The people will vote (for the men for county offices that will look after tho welfare of tho people at large. Mrs. Dan Kelly and children and Mrs. J. Leslie Leach, of Central City, spent tho week-end with their father, Mr. Geo. II. Barnes. He lias been 111 of lagrlppe but Is improving at present. ooooooooooooooo O RESOLUTIONS OK RESPECT. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O We, the undersigned Committee on Resolutions, appointed at n call meeting of the county officials and members of tho Ohio County Bar, held at tho court house In Hartford, Ky on Decembor 30, 1915, for the purpose of paying Urlbuto to the memory of Col. C. M. Barnett, re port tho following: Col. C. M. Barnett was born In Ohio county, Ky., June 4, 1SG4. Ho was -admitted to the Ohio County Bar" In tho year 1895; was n member of tho Kentucky Legislature during Its session of 1895-G, nnd Collector of the Port of Customs In the City of Louisville; Ky., during the years 1S9C to 1905, inclusve, during which time he lived In that city. Prior to hIsyremovnl to Louisville, ho was editor of tho Hartford Re publican, and on his return to Hart ff""' Rafter tho expiration of his term ns' Surveyor of Customs, ho again became editor of this paper, which position ho held uiitll tho date of his death, which occurred at tho Forte Hospital in ' Nashville, Tenn., on Wednesday, December 29, 1915. Col. Bnrnett was a man of high ideals, ever loyal and true to his friends, and possessed the talent and ability necessary as an excellent and forceful writer. He never devoted his entire time to the practice of the profession of tho law, and while as sociated In tho active practice of a number of Important cases, both In the State and Federal Courts, he never acquired n large clientele. He was a careful, painstaking practi tioner, and a good forensic speaker, a Resolved, That w deeply doplore his death and extend to his family and friends our heartfelt sympathy; that these resolutions bo ordered spread on the Order Book of tho Ohio Circuit Court; that a copy be furnished to tho family of the do ceased, and a copy to each of tho lo cal papers for publication. Respectfully submitted, II. P. TAYLOR, ' JNO. B. WILSON, W. H. BARNES. Committee. I 1916 I oooooooooooooo RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. O Miss Grace Williams, who is teaching at Lookout Mountain, OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Tenn., spent the holidays with her, parents at home. , I Local Union 809, United Mine Miss Bessie Renfrow, who Is Workers of America, McHenry, Ky. teaching In Logan county, camo Whereas, the Great and Supreme homo during Christmas. j Ruler of the Universe, has in His Mrs. Isaac Sanderfur and little Infinite wisdom removed from among daughter Martha Chapman, of Hart- us one of our worthy and esteemed ford, spent tho week-end with her mother, Mrs. Mate Hunley. Mr. Henry Shaffer Is very low of diseases Incident to old age. He cannot live long. Misses Bessie and Annie Alford had a very pleasant visit to Caney vlllo during tho holidays. BENNETT'S. Jan. 3. Miss Cora Maples Is vis iting her sister, Mrs. John Carter, of Simmons.' Mrs. Pearl Peach and little son Wlllard Lake are visiting relatives at McHenry. They will return homo Wednesday. Mr. Luney Maples is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Fred Tatura, of Sim mons. Tho "holy rollers" will begin a protracted meeting at Hamlin Chap el Monday night. Mr. Everett Ballard, of is. visiting his sister. Mrs. Willis Cop pago. Mr. Jesse Danlol Is on tho sick list. Mr. Jeff Pickerel's son, Lawrence, has been very 111, but Is Improving. m CLEAR RUN. Jan. 3. Stripping tobacco seems to bo taking tho day. Most every one is getting their crop off hands. Mr. Sherman Gray has moved with his family onto tho farm of Mr. Charlie Trogden. Mr. James Weller, of , Okla., Is the"guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Welldr. Mr. M. G. Funk, wifo and child ren spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lake, at Washington. Messrs. Elvis and Clyde Funk went to Hartford and Beaver Dam ou business Monday. Mr. Floyd Davis, of Arkansas, Is visiting relatives and friends hero. Miss Louella Hoover and Mr. Os car Wade wero united In marriage at tho home' of the .bride Thursday afternoon. Tho ceremony was per formed by Rev. R. E. Fuqua. Im mediately after the ceremony the couple left' for the homo of tho groom where they- will reside. They are popular young people and have tho best wishes of their many friends. Cora Wasted. Wanted to buy corn ok Rough Mvr. Call on or address J. L. Dun Ma,' care H. P. Taylor, Hartford, fellow laborers, William A. Nave, and Whereas, tho long and Intimate relationship held with him In tho faithful discharge of his duties In this society, makes It eminently be fitting that we record our apprecia tion of him, Resolved, That the wisdom and ability which ho has exercised In the 'aid of our organization by service, contribution and counsel, will bo held in grateful remembrance. Resolved, That tho sudden remov al of, such a life from our midst leaves a vacancy nnd a shadow that will bo greatly realized by all tho members and friends of this organi zation, and will prove a serious loss to tho community nnd public. Resolved, That with deep sympa thy' for tho bereaved relatives of tho deceased, wo express our hope that even so great a loss to U3 nil, may be overruled for good by Him who doeth all things well. Resolved, That a copy of theso resolutions bo spread upon tho rec ords of this organization, a copy printed In tho local papers, and a copy forwarded to tho bereaved fam ily. J. W. BLACKBURN, J. T. MAIN, E. M. HARDIN. Committee. . . SMALLHOUS. Jan. 3. Mr. J. C. Drake, who has had rheumatism for several months, Is taking a serum treatment. Miss Suslo May has gone back to Hartford aftor nursing Mr. J. C. Drake for a few days. Miss Goobel Everley, of Rockport, Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Wil bur Faught. Miss Athol Wlthrow, Nelson, Is visiting Mrs. Luther Fnught. Mrs. Will Nichols, of South Car rollton, has returned home after a visit to the families of Messrs, J. C. Drake, Clinton Igleheart and'Opio Klttlnger. Farmers are busy shipping tobacco. Notice. Wo have receipts for all who, owe us. Please call and get yours. E. W. FORD. A. B. RILEV, B. F. TICHENOR J. W. TAYLOR, L. O. DEAN, J. R. PIRTLE, B. B. PENDLETON, Doctors. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYBODY! Again it is a pleasure beyond expression that we can say to our host of loyal customers "Hap py New Year to you," and we with equal em phasis extend it to everybody. Old 1915 has dealt kindly with our great na tion. While millions ol human beings are en gaged in the biggest and most terrible war in the history of the world, the dove of peace hov ers over the Stars and Stripes and our peace loving people are feeding the hungry and starv ing and transacting a large percentage of the business of the world'. Alter all, in summing up the pleasure-producing elements of our daily existence, nothing contributes more to our hap piness than the faithful discharge of our daily duties and our honest dealings one with another. Our intentions with reference to our dealings with our customers have been actuated by the highest motives and any mistakes that have oc curred have been purely of the head and not of the heart. Customers, your loyal support lifts our hearts from their normal sphere and we gasp, to check an outward expression of our happiness. When we look back and can count three generations of many, many families that have been every day loyal customers of this store, we are glad we are living and fed that our labors in behalf of our customers have not been in vain. Customers And Friends! This store is as much your store as it is ours and with a stalwart determination and an unrelenting energy we pro pose, as far as lies within us, to deal honest and fair with you, placing your interest and ours on an equality, making you co-partners in the happiness it merits and the ultimate success it attains. In the exercise of these prerogatives you have a measure of obligations to meet. Your honest effort in meeting these obligations will contribute largely to your happiness at the close of 1916. We welcome the New Year, realizing that its opportuni ties and its possibilities are going to be largely the result of our undivided efforts. It will be according to your and my predetermined, honest effort, systematically and energet ically prosecuted. Your expressions and evidences of appreciation lighten our burdens and spur us on to higher and greater achieve ments. Couple Your Efforts With Ours in maintaining the prestige of this mammoth institution. We'll widen its usefulness to the community. We'll extend its benefits to hundreds of others and in the closing hour of this New Year we may be supremely happy in the benefits received as well as the good we have enabled others to enjoy. With no dark spots on the retiring year, we extend good wishes to everybody for peace, happiness and prosperity during the New Year. Your Obedient Servants, E. P. 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