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VY '. w Hfi 6 THE HARTFORD HERL IKiFi THt HARTFORD HERALD WEDNESDAY JUEN 11 lli m v COfOOOOOOOOOOOa' tondcd tho funoralof their brothor, j County Agent M. L. McCrackon NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. O Mr. Virgil Stono, at Cool Springs visited his family In Loulsvlllo from MAXWELL Farmers arc greatly xlolaycd with Iholr work on nccount of tho heavy rains In this vicinity. Mr. Caleb Aldrldgo is homo from Franco. Mr. C. D. Hudson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Sparks dined with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Joll, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Richardson jjpont Sunday with Mr. Robert Hud son and family. Tho party given at tho homo ot Mr. Gentry Nnntz's Saturday night was qulto a success. Sunday school nnd prayer meet ing is, progressing nicely nt this place. Mr. Herman Darr went to Hoflln Sunday. Tho good road meeting last Fri day night was attended by a largo crowd nnd much interest Is being taken In this community. CONCORD '" Sunday school and prayer meet ing nro progressing nicely at this place. Tho continued wet weather has reatly retarded the farmers with their work, only nbout 20 per cent of tho corn crou lias been planted and tho wheat .rop has been great ly damaged. Mr. and Mrs Leslie Toms spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs Joe Toms. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Burton, of tnis place, spent Sunday with her p:uents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hea drix. Mr. Frank Brown, of this place, -ir-r.dct a buslnts trip fo Hartford, ItiSt week. Mr. Allen Hall was In Rosino la.t week. Ho also "Isited relatives at CanncyvlUe and Balzetown. Mr. Dud Morris, of here went to Owensboro last week with tobacco. J. E. Hendrix was in Hartford last Friday. Misses Ethelyn and Hazel Jones, of Hartford, spent tho week-end with their sister, Mrs. Cjiarlio Who lre of this place. Vi'i- often wonder what has be come ot our old friend, Albert Cox nnd his tin lizzie? Wo havo not seen or heard him this spring. last Friday. Mrs. Mottle Hockor nnd Miss No rn James wero hero Saturday. Misses Otha nnd Ovola FJenor, of Island, Miss Rcneor and Messrs'. Eclcs Faught and Corbctt Knott, of Ccntertown, wero hero Saturday. Loota, tho eighteen months old dnughtor, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ern-ist Brown died last Tuesday of Brin fover and was laid to rest in Equali ty cemetery Wednesday. Mr. Raymond Campboll wont to Central City Saturday. Mrs. Mlko Bishop and children, of Alabama, nro visiting hor parents here. Mrs. Mattie Drako who has been visiting hor pnrents nnd other roln thes here, will return to Central City today. Mrs. Price Hallows and son, James, of Louinvjllo.ovlsitoJ. Mrs. Sue Morton a day or two Inst week. Mr. Arch Addington, of Central City, is visiting his brother, J. H. Addington, Mrs. Lewis Fulkerson, of Hart ford, Is visiting, Mrs. N. D. Fulker son. Saturday until Monday. Miss Lula Bollo Wallace, of Can njville, is vlstlng her aunt, Mrs, Lula Smith, at Fordsvlllo. Miss Mnttyo Tichorior, of Center town, has roturned to her homo af ter a visit with relatives hero. Mr. Cokclcy Taylor, of Maceo, was hero from Friday until Sunday ns tho guest of his sister, Mrs. Ho ward Ellis. v Miss Bessio Clark, ot Sunnydale, went to Madlsonvlllo Monday whore Bho will bo tho kucst of Mrs. Allen Ewers for a few 'ajB. Mrs. J. R. Plrtlo and children, Amelia and Fcrdnand, kwho havo been visiting in Oklahoma will re turn homo tho last of this week. OAK GROV uth and 'Evelyn Foro- earl Coppage were tho S. Boswell Saturday HKUCII VALLAY The farmers are behind with their work on account ot the rain. Mr. Ollle Coy and wife, of 111., visited In tho neighborhood last week. Mr. C. L. Patton, of Newburg, Ind., was here a few days last week on business. Mr. J. H. Miller has bought a Waterloo Tractor and It. A. Duke and Bud Smith, of Sunnydale, have purchased new Fordson Tractors. Miss Arzella Magan and Mrs. Commie Mngan went to Sulphur Springs Thursday afternoon. Mr. Bert Smith and family, ot Dundee, visited Mr. Jim Magan and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Taul attend ed Quarterly Meeting at Marvtns Chapol Sunday and took dlnuer with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C Ralph. Mr. and Mrs T. S. Miller also at tended tho meeting and toik dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph. Miss Azella Magan spent last week at Magan. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Magan wero in Dundee on business Wednesday. Rev. T. P. Ralph, uf Iowa, will .preach at Beech Vulley third Satur day night and -Sunday. 3fO- Mrs. R. L. Shultz gavo a plo sup per Saturday night for the benefit of tho Methodist church, 21 pics woro sold for $13.30. Miss Inez Case and Mr. Dennis Baker, of Sullivan, Ind., wero guests ot Mrs. R. L. Shultz la3t week. Misses iii!in nnd guests of T. and Suiday. .Mr. Walto: Douglas is very ill at this writing. Misses gella. nnd Myrtle Day spent Wednesday with their sister, Mrs. Ida Blacklock. Mrs. James Blacklock nnd child ren, of Owensboro, are visiting in this vicinity. Miss Paulino White was tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Foster Thomas last week. Mr. Lawrenco Daniel, of Narrows was in Owensboro Saturday on bus! ncss. s-c- OOOOOOOOOOJ3000000 O LOCAL DASHES O .' O O O u O j j . j -j ... O O O - Mr. John Boil Lae a now J. I. Cose Tractor. Messrs. J. B. Wilson nnd S. T. Barnett left yesterday for Lexing ton where they will attend tho grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias. Miss Bculah Moore was tho guest of Miss Lena Combs at Dukehurst last week, and went to Dundee, Sat urday, to visit Miss Ruth Wcller for, a week or two. Mr. Nat Llndloy nnd his nephew, Mr. Chester Lindley havo Just clos ed a deal for 1100 acres of land near Montgomery, Ala., for which they paid $70,000. Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Lee Thompson, of Fayette, Ala., last week, a girl. Mrs. Thlmpson Is a sister to Mr. Amos Carson, and for- juarly lived here. We wish to warn our correspond ents again about getting their let ters In early. Some of tho letters intended for last week's Issue did not come in until this week's lssuo was well under way. Rev. R. E. Fuqua, of tiaiuuril, who was recently called there, preached his first sermon at Rock port, this county, Sunday. Ho had a gjod congregation at both morn ing and evening services. I Mr. Virgil Elgin has purchased a new J. I. Case Tractor. Miss Bessio Clark, of Sunnydale, visited here last week. Mr. John Allen, "df Fordsvlllo, was in town Mcyiday. Mr. Will Gordon Her, of Rock port, was In town on business Friday. Rev. Russell Walker nnd family went to Fordsvlllo Thursday where Rev. Walker performed tho mar riage cevmiony for his brother, Mr. Dennis Walker. They visited rela tives while in I'ordsvllle. Mrs. Pingreo Shaver, of NaBh vllle, Tenn., arrived nt Hartford, cSii.oh:." tvening to visit her aunt, Mrs. Potter and Bister Mrs. Sad ie E. Williams, she was accompani ed by her granddaughter, Miss Mil dred E. Shaver, of Earlngton, Ky who returned homo Monday. Mr. Edward Ford Is visiting his uncle and other relatves at Fords vlllo. MIDWAY Rev. M. G. Snell filled his regu lar appointment ut this place last Sunday. Messrs. Richard and Thomas Tat um and bister Mablo, of nonr Hartford, visited their cousins, Misses Boulah and Artie Tatum, of this placo last week. Rev. Edgar Allen will fill his regular appointment at West Provi Oenco Saturday nnd Sunday. Tilts. Boo Hockor happened to a painful accldrnt Tuesday when tho f''ll nnd broke her arm abovo iho icl'iuw, sho Is resting nicely. Rev Alney Carter will preaeh at Central Grove Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllio Reader visit ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John 1 Reader, of Central Grove. Mr. Luther Wilson, of Hnrs, Branch, was in town Monday nn business. Miss Ida Hurt, of Birmingham, Indiana, is here visiting Mrs. W. C. Sclflenimer. Miss Mattyo Luce, of Goshen, has been spending a few days with Mrs. J. S. Glenn. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cooner visit- Led Mr. Cooper's parents, near Red nui, Inst week. Mrs. Hoyt Taylor, of Taccoa, Ga., Is hero as the guest of br father, Dr. E. W. Ford. Tho City Council has now nald off and taken up two moro sower bonds amounting to ?1,000. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Mason, of New York City, left Monday for Owensboro where they will visit Mr. Mason's mother, Mrs. Rhoda Mason. Mr. Mason has recently re turned from overseas and has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. Amanda Phillips here. ' Mr. Earl Barnes left Friday for Collier West Virginia where ho goes to tako up his work with a Railroad Co., Mr. Barnes has been with this Company for over a year, ho is a son of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Barnes and has been visiting them for a few days. Miss Marguerite Taylor, o'f Owons boro, arrived Friday to bo tho guest of Misses Martha Pato and Mary Warren Collins and other friends hero for somo time. Miss Taylor has visited hero before and Is one oi mo mosi cnarming visitors in tno younger sot. Buck Goodall, of McIIenry. chare ' msa Dlancno Park. wo is as- ed with breach of tho peaco. was fin B,8tant bookkeeper tor tho Beaver ed $5.00 and costs Monday. Dam Coal Co" UU3 been visiting . her cousins, Missos Hazel and Miss Lureno Collins was hero'! d E VV and will Sunday as tho guest ot her parent I l. """"I t0.da? t0..b th Mr. and Mrs. Randall Collins. " -1 T " T IOr l" "" lUUIUUUi vt tuv WVV&a EQUALITY "Mrs. Margrett Addington and Mrs Luthor Faught went to Beaver Dam, Saturday to visit Mrs. Frank Black. Samuel Klmbley Morton, of Louis vlllo, is visiting his grand-motbor, 3Irs. Suo Morton. Kathleen, little daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. David Oldham Is quite sick at this writing. Mr. Cleveland Stone tjad family And Mr. Jess Morfield and family at- ijuu vuiauy, who nas oeen In i , . the hospital corps for over a year! I ,? T- i, W?, ""a-0"" has received his discharge uJHT" n Tm Drothor8' Store turned homo. at BeVer Dara' th,s Beason has r0 I turned to her home at Calhoun. ., .. . ' . "Tho editor was a schoolmate of Mr. Noah Leo Rowo, who has Miss Beeler some twelve years ago beon in Franco doing service for hen both wero "wee bairns" Im- Uncle Sam has returned to his bibing the first rudiments of learn- homo hero. , I Only one marriage license has been issued sinco our last report, lotls Smith, 30, of Balzetown, to J'Stella Matthews, 21, of Select. Mr. Harold Holbrook, of Gorman, Texas, Is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Vrs. Rowan Holbrook. Ho will return to Gorman the latter part of this week. i Rev. R. E. Fuqua and Rev. M. C. ( Snoll will preach the funerals of 'Hawkor and William Arnold Miller, 'sons of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Miller, fwho died with the flu last wfcter. vrrt.A ..nA.Hl ...111 u . m 1 iuo luuuiui win uu preacnea iii Central Grove church on the fourth Sunday evening at four o'clock. All relattvqs and friends Invited to be ' present. 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I Furnish your bouse, or fill In your needs, at ACTON DUOS., furnl ture department. We havo every- thlngyou need from a Bread Spoon to a Duofold, Beds, Springs, Cots, Kitchen Cabinets, Rocking Chairs, Tables and' in fact everything that enters into the complement of an elegantly furnished house. Remem ber the completeness ot our line, j 24-2t AOTON BROS. Ohio County drew one of the IBB trucks which were assigned to Ken tucky by the Federal Government for the purpose ot making road re pairs. This truck weighs two tons and will be driven to the county from Jetfersonville, Indiana, where they now are. Mr. J. H. Thomas represented Ohio County at the drawing which was held at Frank. fort last week. W. O. W. UNVEILING Beaver Dam Camp No.B02 W 0 W. will unveil the Monument ' of UVIOIKU HUH I.. Tovn. i side Cemetery Beaver Dam Ky oi Sunday June 22nd 1919 at 3 p" Everybody cordially Invited, Sov X rigns will meet at 1. P. M X Hartfwd. Herald 1.bo the yew' w .V iij.