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-WJWNKSIMYf APRIL 18, 1B17.
THE HARTFORD HERALD Page pn T rsc fe AD Y--TO--WE AR. II saaSau 7V '4-0C? A ' 7 lT W Jit II wv fli HI vV y 'It II v yy '' I Y K III tLtWWf 1 l I ft I I uHL 1 J If ILLJ I flK&. rJ M ' I ' ' ..II MM A rnmn!kfI.AAf Wni'tt in Tub Silk, Pongee, gette Crepe, at prices Millinery. Department! ing new goods in thi We Can Dress You ing new goods in this to our store will convince you of the above asser tion. WE INVITE YOU. Prnirsfii Wall Deore vou send that order to a mail rOnUcr'TTeii order house. Be fair to your home merchant. They help you when help is needed. Also remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. -gjffiffifgj L., H. & ST. L. R. R. TIME TABLE No. 113 clue at Ellmltch 8:32 p.m. No. 110 due at Ellmltch 7:30 a.m. No. 112 Lv. Ellmltch .. 3:40 p.m. Ar. Irvlngton.. 5:35 p.m. Lv. Irvlngton.. 5:56p.m. Ar. Louisville.. 7:49p.m. No. Ill Lv. Louisville.. 8:33 a.m. Ar. Irvlngton.. 10:06a.m. if Lv. Irvlngton.. 10:40a.m. Ar. Ellmltch .. 1:04 p.m.,. M., II. & E. R. R. TIME TABLE South Bound, No,. 115 Due at Hartford 8:45 a, North Bound, No. 114 Due at Hartford 5:55 p, (Both "Mixed" Trains.) m. m. fcOOGOOOOOOOOQOO ft LOCAL NEWS AND O fc PERSONAL POINTS O tsjoOOOOOOOOOOOOOO "TBere'.s a Photographer" in Hartford. SCHRCETER. , I Miss Mry Ikq Mason, is visiting j her grandparents, .near Burqrd.., 'Attorney W. H. Barnes was in' Louisville' Monday and Tuesday. Attorney M-. Lj, Heavrln "was in Leltchfield Monday on business, '"Jones"' "Fertilizers Hie old relia ble brand for sale by- W. E. ELLIS Zi'BRO. ' ' '; An interesting ., article from the pen of- "A, Layman" will appear In The Herald next week. , Miss Wlllye Smith has returned from a visit of a 'week to Mrs. O. Tlce Burns, at Owensboro. Groceries Queentfware, Granite ware and Furniture. Live and let live nrlces. ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. Mr. Isaac Foster, who in complet ing a building contract in Central City, spent Sunday with his family In Hartford. WANTED Some of our friends -who owe us for subscription to bring us a load of coal. HARTFORD HERALD. Rev, Birch Shields as in town Monday on his way to Beaver Dam, yifter filling his regular appointment at Dundee' and Narrows Saturday ;nd Sunday." Mr. .J. .1, jGoodniau, foreman -of The "Herald mechanical department, MAROVETTE JJpparet fcf Women In this Marqaette Poplin ruh grace of linci, refinement of design, beauty of fabric, and charm of colorcombine to makek a " garment of rare quality. , And .our showing o olhcf Marquette uin in Poplin, Serge, Jertey Cloth; Poire Twill, Velour, Gabardine, Check and Mixture permits you to taiitfy your every requirement ot taite and becoming style. I l. nrr?RinnttnA .hurl. t..tl. such as Gold, Champagne, Apple Green, Muitard, Burgundy, Rote and Lavender. .yety Marqaette tuhutsexclaiice model and many of the fabrics are so . scarce that we urge you to come 'make an early selection. Wearing: a Marquette Suit, you're assured that you arc fashionably mcll-drcssed. Crepe deChine, Geor ranging from $1.00 to $6.00. Nover a day passes but what we are receiv department. from head to foot at a most reasonable price. A visit visited his family at Owensboro Sat urday and Sunday. Miss Margaret DeWItt, who Is at tending school at Hartford College, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at Rockport. GARDEN TOOI.S Hoes, Rakes, Forks, Spades. Full line prices right. ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. Under an act of the 191 C Legisla ture the school census is taken only every two years. So there is none to bo taken this year. FOR SALE Tomato. Plants, early varieties, 10c per dozen. E. M. MORTON, !4-t4 Centertown, Ky. Mrs. Ed" Johnson, of LIvermore, who has Been here several weeks un der treatment, will return home this week greatly Improved in health. Mr. Jos. O. Mlschel, of the firm of Geo. Mlschel & Sons, Owensboro marble merchants, was in Hartford last week In the interest, of his firm. Woodward & Kirk have m'oved their law offices from over Williams' drug store to the Cumberland Tele phone building, opposite the court house. ' Mr. P. H. Hood, who has been liv ing with the family of his daughter, Mrs. Geo. A. Duvlc, is moving to LIvermore, where 'he expects to be some time. The flower seed that The Herald had for distribution are all gone, but we have a few packages ot gar den seed that we will give (.out as long as, they last. FOR SALE Eggs for Hatching. Barred Plymouth Rock, f4c each. White Pekln Duck, 4c each. (Mrs.) S. P. ROWAN, 4 14-t4 Hartford, Route 4. Mr. Ira D. Bean, representing J. Samuels & Sons, of Now York, left last week on drumming trip In Ken tucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Texas for his concern. For Sale Or Triulo C. A. Smith & Co. uptight piano, at a bargain. In good condition. (Mrs.) ETHEJL DUVIC, Hartford, Ky. Mr. T. J, Phelps,' of McIIenry, was a caller at The Herald office Mon day, and reports that a coal crusher has been Installed at the Render mines below McIIenry, and would probably be put sin .operation this week, ' Madlsonvlllo Steam Laundry doca Dry Cleaning. See agent. 8.. M. Dexter, one of Centortown's hustling merchants, was In Hartford on business Monday. Go to W. E. Ellis & Bro. for Jones' Fertilizer the kind that pro duces results. r Havo Madlsor.vlllc Steam Laundry do your work. EDWAIID LIKENS, Agent. Mr. Charles Lee, of Owensboro, is In Hartford visiting his slaughter, Mrs. B. S. Ellis, and family. EGGS The rest of the week 32 cents in trade, 29 cents in cash; 30 cents per pound for butter. ILER'S GROCERY, Hartford. Mr. Thomas Johnson and his daughter, Mrs. Lena Westerflcld, of Dundee, called at The Herald office while In Hartford on business yes terday. Mrs .A. C. Porter has returned from a visit to her mother, Mrs. An thony Robertson, at Owensboro. Mr. Porter went to Owensboro Saturday to accompany Mrs. Porter home. Judge J. W. Henson, of Hender son, was In Hartford Saturday. Judge Henson presided at one term of our Circuit Cor.rf .during Judge Blrkhead's administration and made manyfrlcnds in thV county. i HARNESS Everything necessarv for fitting up your team, for the plow or Wagon. Get our prices before buying Harness. ACTi.V BROS., Hartford, Ky. After a few days visit to relatives In Hartford and other points In the county, Mr. and Mrs. Foil Rogers, accompanied by their little daugh ter, Ida B returned to their home in Pikevllle, yesterday. Mr. T. R. Barnard, of Island, was In Hartford last week. Br. Barnard was formerly In business at this place, and" has many friends here. Ho Is now cashier of the Island De posit Bank. O. B. Brown nr-i J. P. Austin, resident and secretary-treasurer, respectively of the Ohio County Farmers' Mutual Telephone Com nany. (McIIenry division), were in Haitford Monday and boughtfrom Fred Cooper a building in McIIenry for the exchange at that place. Prof. Raymer W. Tinsley, of the Stale University, of Oxford, Miss., has been appointed Commandant, and will have charge of the drilling of the students of that school. Prof. Tinsley was formerly a member of Comany II, and Is the son of Mr. W. S. Tinsley, manager of the Repub lican. SUNDAY SCHOOL CAMPAIGN; HARTFORD VS. BEAVER DAM "Six Hundred in Sunday School on May Cth" is the Hartford slogan, and those In charge of the commun ity campaign to this end challenge Beaver Dam, or any other town In the county to have a larger number In their schools on thnt day than Hartford. T. C. Gebaner, State worker, was In Hartford Tuesday and he, with the pastors of the churches and su perintendents of the schools, planned a systematic community campaign. J. H. B. Carson, was made-president of the steering committee and Dr. E. W. Ford secretary. Every home in the town Is to be visited by some member of one of the sub-committee to be appointed. It Is believed "that 'there will be a sufficient number of volunteers for this work ot the Master and no draft will be necessary. May 6th is "GO-TO-SUNDAY-SCHOOL DAY" for all Kentucky and the schools ot Ohio county can and we trust will make a fine show ing. Let's all help. Notice. The singing meeting of eastern di vision of Ohio County Convention that was to havo been held at Ro- vslno, Ohio county, Ky., April 29, 1917, has been called In on account 'of measles and bad roads, and will meet at the above nanied place July 29, 1917. All classes invited to be ready in July. G. J. CHRISTIAN, Cli'mn. WILL SPROULE. Soc'y. WAR HORSES WANTED. Must be 1C hands high, sound, gentle and In good condition. Weight 11 or 12 hundred; ago 4 to 8 years. See DEXTER & VINCENT, Centertown, Ky. EGGS FOR HATCHING. S. C. White Leghorn Eggs for hatching, for sale at 90c per setting of 15, Satisfaction guaranteed. 12-tfi T. L. RAOLAND Route 3 , Beaver Dam, Ky. GREAT SERMONS Being" Preached by Evangelist Milcy At the Christian Church. The series of evangelistic meet ings which were begun at the Chris tian church Sunday, April 8, arc still In progress. Good crowds havo been In attend ance, but from the standpoint of ad ditions to the church, the meeting has not been so successful. t Rev. B. L. Mlley, the evangelist, Is preaching some of the most able sermons heard in these parts in many a day, and no one who hns ieard the able divine has nnytulng for him but words of praise for the manner In which h'c handles his sub jects, nnd he impresses everyone as being absolutely slncero In every thing that he preaches. Mr. R. Paul Arnold, the singer, Is rendering somo excellent solos, and ins a way of making people sing whether they want to or not. The revival will close next Sunday night. PROGRAM SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION The Sunday School Convention of the Missionary Baptist Churches of Ohio county will be held at Dun dee Baptist church Sundny, April 29, at 9 o'clock a. m. with the fol lowing program: 9:00, a. m. Local Sunday chool meets. 9:4." Song and prayer. 10:00 Reports of schools and en rollment of messengers. 10:30 Reading of minutes and other business. 10.45 "How to Secure Co-operation in a Sunday School" W. M. Fair and Aaron Ross. 11.15 "How Can the Sunday School Help the Budget Plan" M. A. Embry and W. C. Taylor. 1 1 :4." Announcements. 12-00 Dinner. 1 HO "How to Maintain a Young Men's Class In SunJay School" Dr. E. W. Ford. 2:00 "No Orthodox Sunda Sclmol Without Orthodox Teachers'' Edcar .Men. 2:30 Offering and nwa.-dlng banner on the percentage baK 2:45 "How to Use the Litera ture in Sunday School" Birch Shields. 3:lu "Pastor's v Duty to the Sunday School" W. C. Loyal and Jake Wilson. 3:45 Business. 4:00 Adjournment. All our churches are expected to elect and see that messengers are present with a report from Sundaj School. BIRCH SHIELDS. W. M. FAIR. Committee. RECEPTION FOR Jilt. AND MBS. CHESTER ROYAL Mr. Chester Royal, of Hartford, and Miss Ethel Sue Baize, of Beaver Dam, surprised their many friends on Wednesday by being united in marriage at Rev. Robert Bennett's, In Hartford. On Friday evening- their friends and the Senior class of W. K. S. of which Mrs. Royal Is a member, gave them a reception at their home east of Beaver Dam. The following young people were present: Misses Irene Belle Rhoads, Angela )Iaddox, Bertye , Renfrow, Anna Al ford, Eva Stewart, Lydla Burke Na pier, Mary Frances Davison, RuUi Newman Gray, Lena Baize and No rlne Coleman; Prof. "W, C. Shultz, Messrs. Glendon Stevens, Dewey Brown, Marshall Barnes, Archie B. Davis. Charlie Grcnwell, Whlttler Rogers and Charlie Hart, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Royal. Music was renderpd on the piano by Misses Ruth Newman Gray and Georgia Lena Baize. Various, games were indulged in after which refreshments were served. . ( . Mr. Rayal Is a prosperous young farmer and Mrs, Royal an Industri ous young teacher. They have tho best wishes of their many friends for a long and happy married, life. ONE PRESENT. MR. WM. DeBHULER DEAD. 'Mr. Wm. DeBruler, a civil war veteran, aged 7 years, died at his home In Fordsvllle, Ky., Tuesday, April 17th, of heart troublo. Mr. DeBruler was tho father of Mr. George DeBruler, who lives near Hartford, and was aVgood citizen. i m i v FARMERS, ATTENTION! L carry In stock a full lino ot Ames Buggies, Road Wagons, Mc Cormlck Mowers and Binders, Hay Rakes, ' Corn Planters. Cultivators, psbome Disc Harrows, Binder Twluo, and all kinds ot Repairs. Call and Beo-mo. LUTHER, qiUNN, l6-t2 Beaver DamKy. m, m J The attention of Housekeepers is especial- J ly directed to our splendid line of & I KUgS and f I Draperies I For Springtime. r . g Light, airy Uraperies and Curtains and Rugs of beautiful design and colorings abound in our spring stock. 0 Lace Curtains from Sl.00 and ecru. ft In our Scrim line we have j 25(5 per yard. H Also have Curtain Stretchers at $1.50, f Mattings lings, size 9x12, at :..50 each. Grass, Ronoco Rugs, size 9x12, at 8.50., Tapestry Rugs, size 9x12, from 12.50 to $17.50 Axminbler Rugs, size 9x12, jit 22.50 to 25.00. J Small rugs to match these See our line of Mattings at per yard. $ Come in and inspect our line before buying elsewhere. A call will be appreciated. Carson & Co. (Incorporated.) &&-&Q&&$$&&&$K&&$&K& CAD CAI CI S. 1 jn v3L,L-; Baby Chi tty... us &:& POULTRY POOLERS NOTICE. The Ohio county poultry Is turn ed back on the county poultry com mittee to sell and completely con trol as It was handled in the begin ning, so all those who wish to pool and sell their poultry collectively will please report the amount to be sold at once, so we may have a com plete report by May the 15th, as the sale will be made for delivery be tween the 15th and the last of May. Don't fall to report as the nrnm" tee cannot make an Intelligent sale without this report. H. L. TAYLOR. HENRY M. PIRTLE. Committee. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estato of D. P. Wallace, deceas ed, will present same to me properly proven, on or before May 1, 1917. All persons Indebted to the estate aro requested to come forward and settle at once. LULA WALLACE, Admx.. Fordsvillo, Ky. KENTUCKY RURAL CREDITS ASSOCIATION tl,sli jm "43i.-im.vi zzj&mtissKi yMjajgnjtVi .? t'aaaaaaaaifcbkf'GsH JBfcJyf Sfc s .Jjar All members of tljo Association In Ohio county are called J to meet at the court houso In Hartford, Satur day, April 21, 1917, at one o'clock. Important husluess, (Signed) S. T. DARNETT, 15-t2 AL. SHEFFIELD. ' i Need a Cook Stove? If so, you know where to go to get it. Ask those who use our stoves. ACTON imos., Hartford, Ky. o to 2.50 per pair in white & prices ranging from 10c to 0 & to- in different sizes and prices ' for sprang, from 15c to 35c 5 wt & 3s r w V V $33 C. White Leghorns licks and Eggs Chicks. ... fee ur 7.oU per iuo Eggs Gc Or 4.50 per 100 Pumpkin Ridge Poultry Yards, JOHN BOONE, Prop'!. Echols, Kentucky. Engraving Announcements Invitations ItusUus Stntionei-y Cards Monogram Stationery In fact, anything In the en graving line, Is done by ike 5 house we represent. Tac Kentucky Engraving Co., I of Louisville. Come In and look at our samplr. THE HARTFORD HERALD. "ST Sugar, Maple Walnut, Oak and Ash Saw v Logs LOUISVILLE POINT LUMBEt CO. Louisville, Ky. ANCONA U. mf gf C Frcm a Strain r jljWonAvful Wrtor $1.50 per 15 ' CEO. McPHEETERS, Route Z Jeffeitonville, Ind, WANTED TO W