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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 29. 1917.
,- if i ' ' e 8 . THE HARTFORD HERALD ) ft :N EIG H BORHOOD NEWS All About You and Your Neighbors CEKALVO. Juiro 18. Mrs. Blanche Jones 1ms actumed hmnc after spending sever aLdays at Ev'ansvlllo. and with her siller, Mrs. Nola Mullen, of Prince ton. Ind. lira. W. D. Barnard spent Sunday ,-wth. her brother, Mr. Perry Brown, anf family, near Ccntertown. Mrs. P. L. Wood and Miss Maggie . Hunter visited their brother, Mr. J. XL. Hunter, and attended the burying f. llr. Jce Bullock Sunday at Equal- Miss Eddie Elliott is visiting her anda and aunt, Mr. and MrsJi. Joiiei. Jlr. and Mrs. J. W.x Barnard and Ultle son, Paul, visited their uncle, 3Ir. Perry Brown, and family, of Contcitown, Sunday. - Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wood spent Sunday with her father, Mr. P. R. Itobertson, of Echols, and attended the burying of Mr. Porter Hunley at Hopewell. f :Hiss Maigarct Barnard was in Cfcntral City last Thursday and Fli nty having some dental woik done. Sirs. L. P. Fulkcrson, who has Seen quite sick, is thought to be same better at this writing. Little Miss Mattyc E. Robertson 5s risiting her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Wood. JIary Catherine, the little daugh ter of Mr. Walter Hill, is quite sick jt this writing. SIMMONS. June 18. Several from heie at tended the funeral of Mr. Porter Hunley at Hopewell, Sunday. Messrs. R. C. Vance. A. T. Davis. James Moore. Robt. Trail and Alva Snuthard attended the flag raising .and speaking at Madisonviflc, Satur day. Mr. Fred Tatum and family visited relatives near Bennett's, Sunday. 3Irs. J. H: Tucker returned home after a visit to relatives at Mt. Pleas ant for several days. " Mrs. Baldwin, of Owens foe ro, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Tucker, this week. Mr. Chas. Sebastian was bitten by a iogr last week, the dog afterwaids R-Ki killed, supposed to have gone mad. Mr. Sebastian did not want to take any chances so he has gone to Savling Green to take the pasteur treatment. Mr. Pcicil Blown, who has been in Detroit for the past year, is at home ou a visit now. ir. Winston Smith, candidate for Judge, was in town Thursday. BEAVER DAM. Jutw IS. Mr. Nicholas Barrass, of Taylor Mines, and Miss Bessie Will iams, citv, left last Friday for Louis rille where they weie united in mat 2imony. They wove accompanied by ihc gloom's brother, Mr. E. G. Bar rass, and Misses Alpha and Edna "Williams, sisters of the bride. Mr. Barrass and his bride left for a bri iay trip to the Niagara Falls. Miss Bessie was an employe of the Beaver Sara Deposit Bank and a noble chris tian girl a member of the Beaver 3aai Baptist church. Mr. Barrass is 5ti the mining business and his home js at Taylor Mines. The stoik visited the home of Mr. Otiio Dexter last Monday evening and brought into their home a young nuan that is soon to succeed Mr. Dex ter in the post-office. He is doing iSno and weighs 10-lbs. Hiss Martine Taylor, who grad aated in bookkeeping in Bowling Green this spring, has the position af clerk in the Beaver Dam Deposit Bunk. Mr. Beit Angle, of Nashville, is risitiug the family of Dick Taylor jind other friends in town. Jlis. Manerva Taylor, who has teen sojourning in Bowling Green .for a year has returned to her home in Beaver Dam. Mis. Ike Sanderfur, little daughter and Mrs. Eveiette McKinncy and little son left Saturday to join their luAands in Detroit, Mich., where they are in business. Mrs. Mate Hunley left Saturday Tcning to visit her two brothers, Messrs. Hverette and Billie Chap man, at Herrin. 111. Uncle Dan Rhoads and wife moved to Beaver Dam last week from Cen tral Citv. Sunday was the legular meeting at the Baptist church. There were 751 present in Sunday School. ""Rev. Bdgar Allen delivered an interesting icnnon to the church on the "Bible Ttelng God's Word to Man." All the Sunday Schools of town ftarc joined in to have a Sunday School picn'e in thq Baptist Grove tfce 4th of July. RALPH. June 16. Mr. Otway Taylor, who Wongs to tho U. S. army, and who 'Mux been s.tationcd in Arizona for mrm time, has been visiting his par cels, Mr. and Mrs., Frank Taylor, of 4aburg. Jlr. and Mrs. C. M. Patton, of Ada- urg, visited Mr. and Mrs. Buell Midkiff Saturday night nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Patton Sunday. Rev. T. Byron Bandy, wifo and daughter, Annie Lee, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller and children Kathlyn and Lillfan,. of Fordsvillc, Ky., spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller, of nearNMagan. We have had plenty of rain in thi3 community. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Miller, of near Dundee .spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Patton. Mr. Thurman Ralph, wife and daughter Aubra, went to Owcnsboro Tuesday, returning Wednesday. Mr. .Willie Patton visited his sister, Mrs. T. S. Miller, Saturday night and Sunday. v CLEAR RUN. June 18. Crops arc'Tooking reas onably well here owing to so much rain. Mr. F. Taylor is closing out his store at Taffy to quit business. This will be a good place for s'ome one who likes to deal in merchandise, as there will be no one left in the busi ness at that place. Mr. C. E. Hoover, of Beaver Dam, visited here last week and was alio advertising the potrait work. Mr. Ernest Stewart and family, of Beda, were the guest of Mrs. Stew art's brother, Mr. Roscoe Baird, and wife, Sunday. Mr. Connor Ford, of Madison, Wis., is visiting his mother and friends at this place. Mr. W. P. Hoagland and family weie the guests of their mother, Mrs. J. T. Funk, Sunday. Several from here attended the un veiling at Mt. Carmel Sunday. Wc had a light frost last week that did some damage to crops. EQUALITY. June 18. Mr. J. R. Hunter is quite ill at this writing. Mr. II. B. Bennett has' been quite sick past few days, but is better., Mr. Seymour Bennett and family, Hartford; -Or. Ford art! vife. of T.iv crmore, and Mrs. Ira Leach. Central City, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bennett, Satuiday night. Mrs. P. L. Wood and Miss Maggie Hunter, Ceialvo, spent Suriclay with Mr. J. R. Hunter. Mrs. Annie Lashbrock. Utica. and Mrs. J. C. Drake spent Saturday right with Mr. I. I.' Hunter. Mr. James Drake is at Mudlavia Springs in Indiana. ihere he went for rheumatism. !Te v;.? accompan ied by Dr. J. D. Fm'.'h. of Center, town. Mr. J. II. Addington has moved his stock of merchandise from Small house to Equality. Mr. Oppie Kfttinger, Owensboro, was the guest of his family Satuiday and Sunday. Miss Gpebel Everly, Ceralvo, is the guest of Mrs. Wilbur Faught. OAK GROVE . Juno 18. Several fro mhere went to church at Narrows Satuiday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Boswcll stayed all day Sunday at Mr. Wayne Boswell's. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Boswell return ed from Owensboro Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Wedding spent Sunday with Mr. an3 Mrs. Charlie Condor, of Narrows. Miss Ethel MufTctt spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Erna Boswell. Miss Mary Boswcll was also thcie Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Wooslev were at Mr. R. D. Forman's Sunday. Miss Mary Foreman visited Miss Mary Harrison, of Narrows, from Saturday until Sunday. Mr. Lawrence Daniel and childtcn weie at Mrs. Mary Shultz's Sunday. Sunday School and singing is pro gressing very nicely at this place. Miss Hester Lynch, of Olaton, is visiting Miss Agnes Wilson. Mr. Otis' Cooke visited his parents Saturday night accompanied by Mr. Harry Wedding. HOPEWELL. Juno 18. Mr. Porter Hunley died last Friday niglit after two weeks illness of measles settling on his brain and bronchial pneumonia. Fu neral services conducted by Revs. R. D. Bennett and E. D. Boggess to a sad sorrowing congregation of be tween three or four hundred people Sunday. Ho was born January the 31st, I860; was married to Miss Ne vada Brown April 28. 1887. To this union three children 'ero born, two daughters and ono son, his first wife dying October 28, 1900. He was mar ried the second time to Miss Bessie Rowe January 11, 1003. One daugh ter by this marriage. His last wife died September 28, 1909. He joined tho church at Hopewell about the year 1886. Ho leaves four children, two brothers and four sisters and a host of fric'fds to mourn their loss. i " church. Hia, daughter, Miss Olga, who has a position in West Virginia, also his brother Henry, of Whifc county, III.; Mrs. Jim Mulr, of Rlalto, Tcnn.; Mr. John Muir, qcntral City, all reached his Dodsidc before death came. Mr. and Mrs. Will Trulove, of Rochester, spent last Saturday njght with Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Taylor. . , We had a few real cold days last week, but corn is looking very well, but the people are badly behind. with their plowing. v HORSE BRANCH. Juno 18. Roy. Franks, pastor of the Methodist church at Beaver Dam, preached hero in the new dhurch Sun day to a large congregation. Miss Be'ttie Bean, of Livormorc, is visiting Mr. Cicero Rice. Mrs. Tom Cox and children, of Ro sinc, visited her daughter, Mrs. Claude Leach, a few days last week. Mr. Caison Gary spent Friday and Saturday in Fordsvillc. Mrs. J. T. Lashbrook left Monday to visit relatives in Bowling Green. Dr. J. S. Bean made a business trip to to Louisville, Friday. - Mrs. H. V. Morrison and son Ar thur spent Saturday in Fordsvillc. Mr. Jack Watson! of Central City, visited Mr. C. W. Taylor, Wednesday. Mrs. Joe Stewart and Lillian visit ed relatives in Owensboro Saturday and Sunday, , Mrs. John Pierce is convalescent. " Mr. Lon V'hite was in Owensboro Friday on business. Mrs. W. 0. Reed shopped in Ow ensboro Tuesday. Rev. J, W. Green and son Walter are out of town filling appointments. The following people have the measles: Mr. Herschel Sanderfur's family, Mrs. Marvin Phelps, Mis3 NellieN Arocld, Mamie Wilson, Ail leen, Irene and Randolph Frymire, Elmore and Ira Baily. AT HARTFORD American Co-operative Association To Establish a Branch House Here. Just as soon as 'sufficient amount of stock is subscribed by the farmers of Ohio county, the American Co-operative Association, which is the bus iness end of the -American Society of Equity, will establish a branch house here in Hartford with Mr. S. L. King as manager. ' Only farmers will be solicitcdfor members, as the object of the Asso ciation is to save its members the middleman's profit qn everything they buy and sejl, including machin eryffood 6upplics and in fact every thing bought or sold on the farm. The American Co-operative Asso ciation headquarters are jn Wausau, Wis., and it has branches in Chicago, 111., St. Paul, Minn., Crawford, Neb., Booneville,'Ind., Everett, Wash., Ow ensboro, Ky.. and the one proposed heie for Hartford, and owing to the enormous buying and selling power of all the members in all these branches together, the Association is enabled to take the entire output of various factories, mines, etc. Every member 1:33 one vote,' as men vote in this Association and not money., The stock is fully- paid up and non-assessable, and nobody can buy over $1,000 worth. Since organ ization the A. C. A. has paid 8 per cent, interest on the capital invested. Mr. Seymour Cohn, who was at the head of the crew of salesmen in Da viess county, where he raised nearly $30,000 for tho Owensboro Branch in the last few weeks, is here in Hart ford in charge of the work of raising sufficient funds among the farmers pf Ohio county to start the Hartford Branch. Mr. L. N. Robertson, of Owens boro, Ky.. is the field manager of the organization work. MR. STANLEY'S, PARDON RECORD ye take tho folldwing from tho nfiws 'columns of our neighbor, the Louisville Times, in the form of a special dispatch from Ashland, Ky.: John and Frank Branham. broth ers, are in jail at Catlettsburg charg ed with shooting Purl Howell with intent to kill. They met Howell on the public road last night. Howell was unarmed, and it is alleged tho Branham brothers fired twelve shots two taking effect. An old grudge was given as tho cause. Howell has a change to recover. John Branham was sentenced six months ago for shooting his wifo and father-in-law with intent to kill and was sent to the penitent'ary, but was pardoned by Gov. Stanley after he had been there only sixty days. Tho case is typical of Governor Stanley's pardon record. We submit It without comment, for no comment Ho lived n consistent christian until death and always did his part In the could mako the fact blacker. The trades vitally necessary to prosecu Stanlcy pardon" record lengthens ev-,t'n of the war. be enlisted "in the cry day, and tho number of crimes daily committed by men freed from tho penitentiary by the Governor's net lon is fairly appalling. Louis ville Post. ' - Commonwealth Docket My Term 19)7., First Day, July 2. (for orders) 5156 Com'th. vs. Otis Ament 5102 Com'th. vs. Porter Evans G173 Com'th. vs. Everett Guy 5185 Com'th. vs. Shelby Morris 5193 Com'th. vs. Arthur Duncan 5208 Com'th. vs. Bruno Frcy 5209 Com'th. vs. Same 5212 Com'th.Hs. Same 5217 Com'th. vs. Claude Graves 5218 Com'th. vs. Same. 5219 Com'th,. vs Same 6220 Com'th. vs. John Durham, Sr.f ct nl. 5224 Com'th. vs. Murray Crowe 5225 Com'th. vs. Lorcna Hamilton 522G Com'th. vs. Murray Crowe 5230 Com'th. vs. Claude Allen. &c. 5231 Com'th. vs. Jesse 'Fulkcrson, ct nl. 5233 Com'th. vs. Claude Graves 5235 Com'th. vs. Murray Maddox 5241 Com'th. vs. Jesse Fulkcrson, ct nl. 5212 Com'th. vs. Mary Long 5243 Com'th. vs. Herman Morris 5244 Com'th. vs. Owen Crowe 5245 Com'th. vs. Elza Allen, ct nl. 5246 Com'th. vs. Claude Allen, etal. 5250 Com'th. vs. Newt Dennis, ctal. 5259 Com'th. vs. Reed Hurt, ct al. 5205 Com'th. vs. Ira Hines, et al. 5269 Com'th. vs. Clayborne Wilson, ct al. 5277 Com'th. vs. Owen Cash, ct al. 5278 Com'th. vs. Henry Whittaker 5284 Com'thJ vs. Herbert Midkiff 5290 Com'th. vs. Tcssie Bassett 5293 Com'th. vs. Same 5294 Com'th: vs. Joe Early, ct al. ' 5295 Com'th. vs. Claude B.Davis 5297 Com'th. vs. Clyde Davis 5299 Com'th. vs. Caney Daffron 5305 Com'th. vs. Marshall Nail 5313 Com'th. vs. Lottie Paris 5314 Com'th. vs. Tom Oiler 5330 Com'th. Vs. Dave Duke 5334 Com'th. vs. -Same 5335 Com'th. vs. Same 6336 Com'th. vs. Same 5337 Com'th. vs. Same 5338 Com'th. vs. Same 5339 Com'th. vs. W, M. Douglas 5342 Com'th. vs. Walter Myers . 5349 Com'th. vs. Everett Kitchens 5.".r,0 Com'th. vs. Joe Stratton 5351 Com'th. vs. Mclvin Neighbors 5352 Com'th. vs. Alvev Focle 1 5353 Com'th. vs. Same 5364 Com'th. Vs. Mose Hurt 5365 Com'th. vs. Same 5366 Com'th. vs. Marion Likens 5367 Com'th. vs. Same 5370 Com'th. vs. Eldridge Milner 5371 Com'th., vs. Claude Ford 5372 Com'th. vs. Elvis Giant 5373 Com'th. vs. Claude Ford 5374 Com'th. vs. Elvis Grant 5375 Com'th. vs. Claude Ford, &c. First Day, July 2d. (trial docket) 5275 Com'th. vs. Alose Wilson 5280 Com'th. vs. Same ' 5306 Com'th. vs. Dick Stewart 5311 Com'th. vs. Hardin Tanner, &c. 5325 Com'th. vs. Ike France. &c. 5340 Com'th. vs. Gene Allen 5346 Com'th. vs. Tom Crahan 6381 Com'th. vs. Charlie Hoover 5382 Com'th. vs. George Gcwell Second Day, July 3d. 5176 Com'th. vs. Charles Mullikan 5213 Com'th. vs. Rufus Minton 5279 Com'th. ivs. Joe St. Clair, et al. 5292 Com'th. vs. Joe Norris 5245 Com'th. vs. Stiuling Eidscn 5328 Com'th. vs. Ed Wilkerson 5348 Com'th. vs. Tip Beasley K354 Com'th. vs. Ab Lawrence 5355 Com'th. V3. L. M. Roach 5350 Com'th. vs. Leonard Anderson 5357 Com'th. vs. frame 5358 Com'th. vs. Poss Durall 5359 Com'th. vs. George Hilliard Third Da.v, July 4th. 5309 Com'th. vs. D. L. Paris 5326 Com'th. V3. Ernest Litsey 63C0 Com'th." vs. Joe Tate 5361 Com'th. vs. .Tamo 5362 Com'th. vs. rame 53P3 Com'th. vs. Rcbei t Rone 5376 Com'th. vi. Jco Tate 5377 Com'th. vs. Same 5378 Com'th. vs. Same Fourth Day .July 5th. 5327 Com'th. vsWilliam Otis Rey nolds 5369 Com'th. Vs. Tom Crowder 5383 Com'th. vs. Henderson Brew ing Co. 6384 Com'th. vs. Sanm 5385 Com'tn. vs. Sam. 5386 Com'th. vs. American Express Co. 6387 Com'th. vs. Same 5388 Com'th. vs. Same r.3S0 Com'th. V3. Samp 5390 Com'th. vs. Same 6391 Com'th. vs. Same 5392 Com'th. vs. Same 5393 Com'th. vs. Same 5394 Com'th. vs. Same 5395 Com'th. vs. Adams Express Co. uavtt uoni'tn. vs. wame 5397 Com'th. vs. American Express Co. STATEMENT BY THE SECRETARY OF WAR The cavalry, engineers, coasV ar tillery, signal corps and quartermas ter corps of the regular army have already been brought to war strength. 45,000 recruits arc needed a. once to complete the new regiment of in fantry and field artillery. 25,000 additional recruits aro de sired at the earliest practicable date to fill vacancies in order that the War Strength of 300,000 men may be maintained. Facilities are in readiness for placing these 70,000 men under pro per training.. Any- delay in obtaining this num ber will necessarily cause tho loss of invaluablo time'. It is the earnest desire of the War, Department that 70,000 single men between tho ages of 18 and 40, who have no dependents and who are not engaged in professions, business, or regular. rmy, before the '30th of June, 1917. NEWTON D. BAKER, Secretary of War. June 11, 1917. .44MjMM I t I Dressx 8 White aim Colored Wash "Goods, ' . 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