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THE HARTFORD HERALD Pag f A Cloaks and SSSDPSSSHS2lSS SSSSSSaSSSSS TOWBMsufsWHs We are prepared to show you the completest line of Cloaks and Coat Suits that we have ever shown, and the quali ties are the best, the prices reasonable, and the styles are the latest. Come in during the Fair and let us show you. Ac quaint yourself with the styles and get the prices. A special invitation is extended to you to make our store your headquar ters. Do this, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. JM&Cb, VVVVWWWVt' SEND YOUR KODAK FILMS Arthur Lee May, Th Kodak Finisher who gives satisfaction." H)7 W. 3rd. 0WEN5B0R0, KY. nnutMMMHmnmwiuvm 1POOOOOOOOOOOOO , LOCAL NEWS AND O 1 PERSONAL POINTS O 39000000000000 O'O O "There's Hartford. Photographer" In S0HRQ2TER. Judge W. H. Barnes' attended con ference at Hopkinsville last week Mr. John Bean is in Owensboro. where he is working this week -for the Daviess County Fair Association. Get your Fertilizer, Field Seeds, Pea and Bean Hullers from D. L. D. SANDERFUR, Braver Dam,- 39t3 Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Roll reurned to their home at Greenville Saturday after a visit to Mrs. Roll's sister, Mrs. F..L. Felix, r ' Miss Nancy Ford, of Greenville1, was 'here several days last week -visiting -her fathor, Dr. E. W.'Ford, and attending the fair. "v Dr. E. W. Ford left"Sunday after noon for Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., where he enters thearrnv in' the Officers i Medical Reserve Corps. LOST t?alr of AVeed Auto- Chains; ize 4x34. Reward for iturn. R. ErLEE SIMMERMAN, 36tf i ' Hartford, Ky. The chapel exercises of Hartford College were conducted Monday Marautg'by Judge W. H. Barnes, a member of the school board. Mrs. Bessie Daily, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. A. W. Mills, on Route C. Mrs. Daily is" a sister of Mrs. Yf. H. Gil lespie. Miss Bessie M. Gillespie, a trained nurse in he Jewish! Hospital. Louis- ' ' ville, vjsted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie. Saturday and Sunday. Just Received A carload of Co i lumbus Wagons. If in need of a lit' wagon, call on LUTHER CHINN, Beaver Dam, Ky. T. L. Loyd, Narrows; Mrs. Joe A. Barnes, Beaver Dam. and James Mc- CWlli v uvuiw VWUj uni y Coat Suits ! were callers at The Herald office Monday. Mrs. C. M. Barnett is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Edwin W. Cooper, at Nashville. Tenn. Editor Wilbur Tinsley and Ramey Duke, of the Republican mechanical force, were in Henderson and Evans- villc Saturday. Mrs. A. u. Kiley and little son John, left Saturday morning for Ev ansville, Ind., to be gone indefinitely, She will visit hersister. Mrs. Lucy (Jooper. Dr. A. B. Riley and Dr. B. F. De Witt left Sunday morning for Ft Benjamin Harrison, Ind., to take up their duties in the Officers' Medical Reserve Corps. ' Mr. -and Mrs. Jack Travis and daughter, Miss Sylvia Barnett, re turned to their home at Steubenville, Ohio, Monday morning, after a visit to relatives here. ' LOSTBoy's Gray Overcoat with I black collar. Left in buggy with J gray horse attached at fair grounds Saturday. Address. H. GLOVER. Calhoun. Ky. Mrs. W. A. Brown, of Hartford, was in to renew her subscription to The Herald last week. Mrs. Brown says she has been reading the paper ' since 1879, and does not want to miss a copy. J Mr. M. D. Thomas, of Morgan, Pendleton county, was here a lew days last week .visiting his father, Mr. E. P. Thomas, and other rela tives. Mr. Thomas is engaged in the mercantile business at Morgan. Miss Mabel Duke went to Owens boro Sunday after a short visit to her father, Mr. John Duke. She left Owcnsboro yesterday for St. Louis, and from there will go to Kan sas City, where she expects to locate. Mr. J, B. Wade, of Ceitertowa, was In Saturday to renew his sub scription "to The Herald. Mr. Wade rays the paper has been eoraiag to his homo for many years, his father having been a subscriber before him. Anyone wanting to communicate with, or send anything to any of the Ohio county boys w5io are now at Camp Zachary Taylor, should address them Co. K, 336 Inft.. Camp Zach ary Taylor, Ky., and tho message will reach them. Mr. Sam P. 'Render, of Oklahoma City, is hero visiting his father, Mr. W. P. Render, and other relatives. Mr. Render has been on a trip through Canada, and stopped here on his way back to the west to see his home folks. Miss Gola Harrison, of Owcnsboro, was the guest of Misses Hcttie and Ruth Riley last week. Miss Rath Spalding, of Chicago, has returned home after a visit to Miss Clara Robertson. I Mrs. Emma Schroetcr returned last week from Central City, where she attended the funeral of Mrs. J. B. Harrel. The young people of the city en joyed a fair hop at Dr. Bean's hall Friday night About thirty couples wore present. Tom Leo, a negro, about 53 years old, died Tuesday morning between A and 5 o'clock, at the home of his mother, Aunt Ellon Lee, near the railroad. The Daviess County Fair opened yesterday for a five-day session, and quite a few from Hartford and many from the county will attend. See their ad in this issue. , E. P. Barnes & Bra., the enter prising merchants of Beaver Dam, devote a whole page in this issue ad vertising the famous Queen Quality Shoe, which they sell. Mrs. C. R. McCallistcr and child ren, who have been visiting Mrs. Mc Callistcr's mother, Mrs. Anthony Robertson, and sister, Mrs. A. C. Por ter, will return to their home at In dianapolis, Ind.. today. FOR SALE Ma. and colt. Mare Al brood mare. Ilcjrse colt. Mare bred back to mule. Can be bought at bargain. J. M. SHOULDERS, 39-tl Hartfoid, Ky., R. 4. In the rush of gelt'iig out our pa per last week we failed to mention tho fact that W. II. Gillespie-had a !new boy at his home. "The young ster arrived Tuesday, Sept. 25, and Will says he is almost big enough to go to work in the shop now. Dr. Fred Mutchler, Superintendent of Extension Work in Kentucky will speak at the court house this after noon at 1:30 p. m. on the subject: "Our Present War and Its Condi tions." Every man, woman and child in the county should hear this address. Mr. W. F. Chapman, of Herrin, 111., was here Thursday meeting old acquaintances. Mr. Chapman is con nected with a coal company in the Illinois city, and is also a Justice of the Peace there. He has three boys now in the army, and a fourth whe Js number 70 in the next call. Another batch of forty-one of Ohio county's quota wjll leave Saturday morning for Camp Zachary Taylor. At press hour we were unable to get the names o:fl those designated by the District Board to go, but all those in the first call who have not been exempted had best hold them selves in readiness, as they may be among the forty-one called to leave the 6th. MRS. MAUD BRAVES Dies Suddenly at Fante Fe, N. M. Remains Will Be Brought Here. A short message has been received by Mr. Ab Westerfield. of Dundee, that his sister, Mrs. Maud Graves, had died very suddenly at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. P. J. Holder man, at Sante Fe, New Mexico, with whom she had been making her home for some time. Mrs. Graves was about 45 years of age. Her remains will be buried in Oak wood cemetery here Thursday morn ing. Besides her daughter Mrs. Giavcs is survived by three brothers, Messrs. Ab. J. A. and A. A. Westerfield. of Dundee, and two sisters, Mcsdames E. F. Duke, Dundee, and W. M. Mav, Muskogee, Okla. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O MARRIAGE LICENSES. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Bunyan'Wells, Fordsville, to Made line Barnard. Beaver Dam. T. G. Goff. Rosine. to Ona Rowe, Centortown. Ronda Lake, Hartford, Route S, to Ethel Park. .Hartford. Route 6. Herman McManama, Nocrcek, to Mabel Williams. Ccntertown. Ollie Taylor, Narrows, Route 2, to Golda Evans, Narrow. Route 2. Isaac Westerfield, Fordsville, to Mrs. Etta Lee Farmer, Fordsville. Sol Embry, Nelson, to Elsie Scott, Rockport. EXTRA SPECIAL NOTICE! My accounts aro now in the hands of Mr. J. C. Riley, at the Citizens Bank, Hartford, and all persons knowing themselves indebted to mo will plenso comq forward and settle came wjtli him at once. - DR. A. B. RILEY. LOAD FROM SHOTGUN In Hands of John L. Parks, Col. orefl, Ends Life of John Morton, Colored. Saturday afternoon between 1 and 2 o'clock John L. Parks, a 17-year-old negro boy, emptied the contents of a shotgun into the left side of John Morfon, colored, Mb brother-in-law, which resulted in instantaneous death for the latter. The killing took place in Hayti, a negro settlement a short distance north of town, at the home of Morton's wife from whom he was separated. Morton was one of the best liked negroes of the city, and his service.! 'were always in demand, as he was a willing worker and reliable. Morton was shooting at his wife when Parks, her brother, grabbed a shotgun and fired, the contents tak ing effect under the left arm of Mor ton. Parks came to town immediate ly and gave himself up to the offi cers. Parks was discharged after an examining trial before Judge John B. Wilson Tuesday morning. Following is the verdict rendered by the jury empaneled by Coroner A. B. Riley: 'Wc, the Coroner's jury, find that John Morton, came to his death from a gunshot fired by the hand of John L Parks, on Sept 29. 1917. in the house of Lvdia Morton, which was the home of said John L. Parks. "Wp, the jury, find from the evi dence given in this case that the said John L. Parks was justifiable in shooting the said John Morton to save the life of his sister, Lydia Mor ton." S. W. Taylor, W. M. Maddox. B. M. Lawrence, Louie Barrett. Oliver Phipps, Sam Hincs. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OLATON. The farmers are very busy cutting corn and tobacco. Mrs. Virginia F. Green, after a week's stay at Mr. A. W. May's, of Olaton, returned to her home in Har ned, Ky., accompanied by Miss Bessie May, of Olaton. A number of people, of this place, attended the fair at Hartford Satur day. Mr. J. B. Canan, of this place, has moved to Horse Branch. Mr. John D. St. Clair and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of an 8-tb. boy at their home, near this place. Sept. 22d. The Singing convention at Rosine Sunday was well attended by the peo ple of this place. HOPEWELL. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rowe. of Is land, Ky., spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown and Mr. and Mrs. John Miles and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ford last week. Miss Minnie Brown is on the sick list at this writing. 'Several of our neighbors attended the fair at Hartford last week. Misses Katie and Iris Elliott. Beji lah and Maiul Miles, Ethel Robertson Margaret Taylor and their gentle men friends uttended the organized singing at Monticclto, in Butler county, last Sunday. Messrs. Henry Stum and Fox Brown havo bought them a car each. Stum's is an Overland and Brown's a Ford. INCREASE IN WATER AND LIGHT RATES AFTER OCTOBER FIRST The high prices of everything con nectcd with the making of lights and the pumping of water necessitates our raising the minimum rate for lights from $1 to $1.25 and the min imum water rate from $1 to $1.25, and where tub is used, from $1.75 to $1.85. , Coal is now costing us $600 per year more than it ever has before, and lubricating oils, packing, copper wire, etc.. have doubled ia price. Therefore we are compelled to make these new rate?. All bills must be paid promptly on or before the 15th of the month or water and lishts will ba turned off without notice. All outstanding accounts, bills that arc in arrears, must be settled by the 15th of next month or the water and lights must o( necessity be discontin ued. Please govern yourself accord ingly. KENTUCKY LIGHT & POWER CO.. Incorporated. Hartford, Kentucky. m m FARM FOR SALE. Between 130 and 140 acres all cleared and tillablo land. a's miles below Prcntlsj. Two ponds ono never goes dry; two wells one tit the house and one ut barn. Splondid house and good outbuildings. Can he bought ct a reasonable price. T. J. McCROCKLIN. 3SIS Ihontis. Ky. ft Charming New $2.00 Blouses One of Which 5 I fml lis. Wmmm mmNwm wMr ml ' 1 Ik-Jly V - " 1W.2 - S I "-ji9tffitl. There's always a surprise in store for us when we open a new shipment of seems that the new models mt mm gj those we had before. Jg j These Blouses are so appealing in style and o jj ig unusual in value that they have won a host of -id- j mirers who are buying them repeatedly. Buy a Welworth Blouse Tomorrow, and - Learn How Good a Blouse $2 Will Carson & Co. I (Incorporated.) &$:$efs$ ELECTION OFFICERS HAVE HEEX APPOINTED The Board of Election Commission ers at a meeting held on Septembor 20th, appointed the following list of precinct election oiflcers for the en suing year: E. Hartford Leslie Combs, E. P. Barnard, Judges; Frank Black, sher iff, W. E. Ellis, clerk. W. Hartford J. H. Thomas, S. T. Barnett, Judges, S. F. Riley, sheriff; Henry Leach, clerk. Beda James Balrd, V. H. Hum phrey, Judges; C. B. Shown', sheriff; W. Q. Park, clerk. Sulphur Springs Lafo Weller, Fonzo Midkiff. judges; V. V. Reu frow, sherilf;. Ellis Mitchell, clerk. Magan John Westerflield, A. C. Baughn, judges; W. D. Taul, sher iff; C. W. Moseley, clerk. Cromwell Warren Shields, Jasper Leach, judges; Delniar Stewart.sher Iff; Sherman Taylor, clerk. Cool Springs Allen Taylor, Q. M. Benton, Judges; Neophus Taylor, sheriff; W. P. Bennett, clerk. . North Rockport P. O. McKinney, J. E. Maddox, judges; Wayne Ross, sheriff; J. I. Hosick, clerk. South Rockport S. O. Maples, J. H. Miles, judges; J. I. Clark, sheriff; Crlt Hunter, clerk. Select N. II. Keown, J. H. Stew art, judges; Charllo Ranncy, sheriff; W. I. Langford, clerk. ( Horse Branch W. R, Hoover, Joo Miller, Judges; T. B. Frymlre, sher iff; Jack Walker, clerk. Rosine J, B. Monroe, Tom Crow der, judges; R. II. Rains, sheriff; Everett Llles, clerk. E. Beaver Dam Ellis Smith.Luth or Render, judges; D. B. Refd, sher iff; Will Chick, clerk. W. Beaver Dam . R. Cook, J. D. Williams, judges; R. II. Barnes, sheriff; Gordon Young, clerk. McHenry L. W. Hocker, A. M. Smith, judges; Elvis Rogers, sher iff; S. J. Tlchenor, clerk. Centertown W. E. Galloway, S. H. Render, Judges; W. E. Brown, sheriff; O. M. Bishop, clerk. Smallhous Orlando Cox, J. C. Hill, judges; Alonzo France,- sheriff ; Guy Barnard, clerk. E. Fordsville W. H. Miller. C. B. Curd en, judges, C. E. Miller, sheriff; J. W. Odell, clerk. W. Fordsville R. I. Miller, V. A. Matthews, judges; Ceo. Keown, sher iff; Donnls Walker, clerk. Aotnavlllo C. It. Rhoads, Frank McKluIey, Judges; J. B. Harrison, sheriff; W. II. Phillips-, glerk. Shrove Jack Wilson, Olllo Duff. Judgos; W. C. Keene, .sheriff; Oscar Petty, clerk. We Illustrate s W ' I Vt Welworth Blouses for it are always prettier than 9 m Buy. m m m m Olaton M. S. Patterson. H. T. Fe lix, Judges; Jim Hoover, sheriff; K. C. Byers, clerk. Buford C. D. Hudson. Owen Ma gan, judges; Walter Blair, sheriff; J. D. Holbrook, clerk. Bartlett D. B. Bartlett. Ebb Funk, judges; Ira Howard, sheriff; Hosea Shown, clerk. Heflln Rowan Cox. W. M. Heflln, judges; Roy Owen, sheriff; T. F. Tan ner, clerk. Ceralvo Alvls Fulkerson. Finis Rowe, Judges; W. P. Brown, sheriff; John Wood, clerk. Pt. Pleasant J. N. Nail, Watt Taylor, judges; L. E. Everly. clerk. Narrows Tom Boswell, A. R. Renfrow. judges; Buck Thomas.sher Itf; C. C. Carter, clerk. Ralph Lou Owen. J. A. Greer, judges; John Raymon, sheriff; C. L Harder, clerk. Prentiss W. A. Casebier, O. K. Scott, judges; T. W. Bennett, sher iff; H. B. Taylor, clerk. Herbert Virgil Miller. Grant Mid-. .klff, judges; 0. M. Burdett. sheriff j (Allison Haynes, clerk. I Arnold P. L. Alford. J. G. Byen. Judges; O. D. Howell, sheriff; Clar ence Arnold, clerk. j Render Willie Porter, L. B. Loney. judges; Joo James, sheriff; Claude Myers, clerk. I Simmons Jake Southard, Geo. T. jTlnsloy, Judges; Wade Hodge, sher iff; Ed Klrtley, clerk. MRS. GLENN CHAIRMAN. "Mrs. J. S. Glenn ha been appoint ed county chairman of tho Federal Food Administration for Kentucky. The object of the Food Administra tion is to eliminate waste and to conserve food of all kinds. Those who can assist in this work are urg ed to call upon the countv chairman and volunteer their service to assist in any way possible. NOTIIER BIG SIWI'LOWER. Mr. E. L. Bennett, of Beda, brought to our office Monday the bIo5.om ol a sunflower thnt beats the one Editoi Tinsley showed its last week. The blossom ricumuim SO inch in circumference, and is well filled with seed, and is th largest blossom we havo ever seen. Dallas, Texas. Editor Hartford Heiuld. Hartford, Ky., I have been a constant and lovtair subsciiber to your papw far mor than 40 years and" still loving Iks gcod principles I take plMiute !n inclos ing oo dollar for another year's sub scription. Rospt'y., W Vi. G. W. PATTERSON.