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TWW- wpxyww wp mmmfit iwhn t ;.Jf." ;?? wrra u ! - TU.U.i4A.ilUaM titration kqf,tho International 1 i nenaruorci neraia stock Exposition summoned Published weekly by Vtrnttonqttho International Live QlnrV Prnnnttlnn numtnoncd to Chicago lire stock breeders and HARTFORD HERALD PUB. CO. feeders from even chc inoto re- . r ted" cesses of clvllatlon, the leaders of ncorpo at iraA ,n nn in(ornatlonnl sense, G. B. LIKENS, L. O. BARRETT. cmbrnce,i the, opportunity to create President Soc-Trona, , nnrh . 41 IIUJI V'WVHI LYMAN O. BARRETT Editor During tho Mr. Marlon Park and Miss Edna Lanham, of Dcda , nuprised their many friends by quietly getting married last Wednesday afternoon. Quito n number of farmors havo been gathering corn tho past week intervening period to savo It from back water, The wa- many of tlicso navo passed irom ler nas ucen very nign oui is now this sphere,, of usefulness, a now slowly fnlllng.Corn in tho lowland generation profiting by their pub- is yet under water. He splrltcdness and tho seed they, Mr. Roscoo Balrd is building a sowed has borne abundant fruit, now dwelling on his farm. CLEAR RUN. Strong In the Hub That's the kind of a wagon you want strong in the hub. No wagon is strong than its wheels, and no wheel is atrongjH than its hub. Look at that hub you gdt on ONE YEAR $1.50 BIX MONTHS 80 THREE MONTHS 4G Papers going Into the 4th zone and Th(J 1819 Intornationai affords an I Mr. J. E. Park has moved with i laruier, not accepieu lor less man i op,(0rtunUy I0 reunion of tho his family to Owensboro to spend suvlvors and, a demostrntlon of tho winter. how well they bullded at critical year at 1.75 Local Advertising, 10c per line for gtag0 or tho ln(lustry wlien publlc ln. line the first lnsortlon and 5c per for each lnsortlon thereafter Rates for Display Advertising made known on application. Cards of thanks, resolutions of re- terest was revived ln opportuno manner. "Every man, woman and child en Joying the distinction of attending llio 10nn Tiitnrnntlnnnl T.ivn Stock peet . obituar es, etc., oe per lino Exposlton shouId cmbrace tho on puaibui. uuruui; jjuuiry, ic per word. This rulo Invariable. The election should not be dls- December, cournglng to Democrats when view- ed from a national standpoint. Wo lost Kentucky but gained New Jers ey and Maryland. ! portunity to participate In the Twen tieth Anniversary of that event at Chicago during the first week in IJEECir VALIiKY Nov. 8. The high water has great- ""?": ttt ly damaged the farmers of this In a Beries of raids throughout the community. United States recently hundreds of Mr, Alva Magan has bought Mr. anarchists were arrested Here's Frank Taylor's place at Adaburg hoping the drive will not relax un- and will move there soon, til every Red, I. W. W. and Bol- jir, j. w. Ralph has purchased eshevick is exported or executed. ,jr. George Miller's farm. Mr. J. V. Wright and daughter, Miss Annie, have returned homo after an extended visit In Missouri. Mr. C. C. Sutton, of Me Lean county, was here this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Patton, of Ralph's spent Thursday night with their son and daughter, Mr. and .Mrs. T. S. Miller. Miss Louvena Uurdetto spent Thursday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Burdetto. Mrs. Whobrey, of Sunnydale, has moved to this place. Several from here nttended tho Miss Edna Rlack, who for the past 10 months has been associate editor of the Herald, has resigned and will again engage In school work. Miss Black was a very effi cient news gatherer and was well liked by the entire Herald force. "We regret ..that we must lose her, but wish her every success In her chosen field of endeavor. 'Tis 11 A. M. Nov. 11, 1919. At this hour last Nov. 11, wo were billeted in a barn loft near Toui France and nursing a sprained biiptlzInK at j. A Raymond's pond mm, uui wuen me uaiuccirai uen began to ring and both French and Americans began shouting, we for got all about the soro foot and bounded down tho stairway three steps at a time. Believe your humble servant, we sure did SOME celebrating. Sunday afternoon. Mr. C. E. Miller, of Fordsville, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller. Lots of coal hauling going on at this place. Mrs. Zack Greer, of Magan, spent Friday night with Mrs. J. H. Miller. Mr. Sam Leach has been on tho sick list for some time. Mr. J. C. Greer lost a cow last Mrs. Anderson Meadow and child of Owensboro, epent tho week end with Mrs. Meadow's parent. Mr and Mrs. E. C. Hoover. Mr. J. T. Hoagland, wife and child, of Fordsville, returned home Wed nesday, after a few days visit with friends. Messrs. Roscoo Balrd nnd Clyde Funk wont to Beaver Dam on buls ness last Thursday. Tho angel of death visited our community Thursday October 6 and took away one of our oldest citizens, Undo Enoch Murry. Uncle Enoch, as he was called, had been in bad health for some time but tho im mediate causo of his death was pneumonia. Ho was 75 years of age. Thoso of his family yet living arc a wife two sons and one daughter. The funeral services were conduct ed by Rev. Russell Walker, of Hart ford, nfter which the remains were lain to rest In Clear Run Cemetery. OAK GROVE. i mi iirt-iL IIUmflFI HI Jiiunn L M ffl K vaatJar ftl a?7B0HBWiiJiV' nil! anJ flnaAnlil . vf I S T Come See the "Owensboro" Here r Coma and Mth"Oweniboro"iottaa It la, ready for voo to hitch ronr team to i and drive away In, with more irag-on value and waeen satltfactlon for root money I than tho ownerof any wagon naleit It's an "Oweniboro." L r .oTonsr beos. T Hartford, Ky. l Made of extra select, bone dry, white oak butte eaaoned throutrh and through and saturated with pure linseed oil before painting. With the touffhest,hotgue dipped, A Grade spokes drivtnin, the "OwenBboro" hub becomes one solid piece, whicb, with the many other feature, make the W..C.. WU.W .VV. MW .... - etc. ngnteit running wason made. &w iii m wSK'tiwiM Hartford 100 Years Ago Today Magan spent The Republican won overwhel mingly In Massachusetts, and on honest patriotic Democrat regrets it. ine democratic candidate tried ,. to denounce the Republican gover-J ,.,. . M,.c .. nor fnv ,iinr .,i cn-nm ., ...I Mr. and Mrs. Jim supressing the police strike. The ThUra,,ny at Masan' people of (UassachURCtts showed Rcv' Fount Sanders' ot Center thelr disapproval of this in a very lowa P'eachc'l hcre tlie folntu Sin strong way. and the President vnn ' dn" nUt ln October. He will also hent the newjv elected g-uvnti his preach ,,er0 the foui'th Sat,,ri,a' congratulations. . llSht in tllls month. I WHO ARK ELIGIBLE. There was no school at Now Bay mus last week, as tho teacher was water bound. Mrs. Estill Willis and daughter, Myrll, of Chicago, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Willis and Dr. and Mrs. Lawrance, of Narrows. Miss Pearl Coppage visited Miss Ellen Boswell Sunday and Monday. Mr. Sllous Foreman, who has been working in Illinois returned liomu. Mr. asd Mrs. R. K. Bean returned to their home in Bowling Green, Monday, after a few days visit in this community. Misses Myrtle and Grace Gentry are visiting their sister, Mrs. Esley Blacklock. Little Miss Catherine Boswell and Foster Thomas arc on the sick list. Miss Laura Gaither is visiting hr sister, Mrs. Lewis. Green, of Mllwood Ky. i BENNETTS The drive for funds for the fal- vntion army was postponod last J-.ine, but will be made during the period from November 2P. to Nov. i .10. The Salvation Army and the Red Cross are two organizations that never cease in their work for Pupil1: i:i ell public, prlvat r,;i.'. .ii , -i- i , f .. i c . . j iJ.iruu;i'Hi tL.iuu; ... i.nu ..i. . ..use .V'.i'.e r uaMiiCJi.cs p.ac? then j in the Slth Grade or above. ' J'rlo: will be twaiilctl for the best IIIC I n.sflv u'plttni i' flirt fnllnvtc riili- betterment of mankind. Their work' jcrls'. In time of peace is even greater Gradc-Tho Life History of than in time of war. By helping thr r-nn-nr. House Fir. them you are aiding In the uplift of, First prize. ?23. Second prize. humanity both in health and in'$r. , Thl-U prize. ?T.30. morals. .. .,.,.,. n .i- t .u. n..i.n Health Nurse a Necessity or a Lus-ury'.' In the recent campaign, both pat t- jc iiniiiiiheci educational rerorm in , First prise. $25. Second prize Kentucky. We are not advised as to $17.50. Third prize, $7.30. what are tho plans of tho successful' E'ghth Crade If You Ilivo Tu- candidate for govonor. but It seems ' borculosls. How May You Be Cured? that thore could be on bettor way of n0w May You Prevent Others Troia getting started than to uso Gov. j Taking It? Black's proposed plan of calling to-1 First prize. $5. Second prize gather tho leading educators of tho $35. Th'rd prize, fin state and agreeing upon lleflnlto Ninth and Tenth Grades What methods of reform. Hero's hoping Docs the Modern Health Crusade that whatever else is done, the ru-'Mean? ral teacher Is-glven a salary of. First prize. $50. Second prize which Kentuckians will not bo as hamed. $35. Third prize, SI 5. Eleventh and Twelfth Grades Why Should I Buy Red Cross Chrlst-pt.-R Sea 1'.' vi... vvt.n eiA.i cAAn.i Hi.. 1 I I IJ-'.l TAW. Vl.UItl4 I'IJl', Third , lize, ?3t Contest closes Nnyemb-Jr 21. 1919. For 'nrthor in'urv ation .-.rite MIsi jlsvllle, KentueVy. wiui inis issue i end my con nection ,with the Hartford Herald. nir icu uiuntiis it nas neen my priv- 70. neiigo to occupy the position, of Associate Editor during which tlmo j uavo motto acquaintances nntlijMio O. Yan.-cy, Ktluetiiirial Sec Assoclatjons -to which I feel that I retaiy. KentivN VuIioim.IosIs' A-..j owe this short meassago of Adieu, elation, f.00 Republic Building, Lou My work with tho paper has beon tho most pleasant and It Is with regret thnt I sever connect ion with this work and also with tho office force, Association with whom, ins ueon tory congenial. your small turkoys. Hens should I appreciate very much Indeed, 'wolgh at least S lbs. and gobblers tho.nssistanco nnd co-oporation that 1 10 lbs. Turkeys under those weights has been given me In my work slnco nro usually poor and undeveloped. I havo been n Member of tho Herald (Thero Is no demand for them. Kcip Staff, but with tho force of Teachers , them for Xmas. but bring your mar so short and the need for Teachers kotablo turkoys 10 W. K Ellis & bo great 1 feel that I am more need- flro. and get tho cash, cd ln that Hold and can render more , We pay casli for all kind of poui r.id to the publlc in that work, which try and eggs. .TCKKKYS WANTED F)T3Tnank8B'vrnK. Do not sell l .. Anr.n nM .n.lHl.M ... iO 144 4UU3U44 4UI 1 'B4ri II lllg Jliy JJU ultlon horo and it Is with real regret that I tender my resignation. Edna Black. W. E. Ellis & Bro, Hartford, Ky. IIAUIUTK WANTED A IWJ REUNION Twenty years ago when tho Inau- Tho rabbit season opens Nov. 1.". If you get our prlcog, wo will get your rabbits. - W. E. Ellis & Bro.. Hartford, Ky. Nov. 8. Mrs. Strother Hawkins and son Berry aro visiting Mr. mil Mrs. Charlie Hawkins at Akron, Ohio. Mr. Berry Hawkins is looking for a position. His wife will go soon. Mrs. Neighbors, of Beaver Dam, is visiting Mrs. Berry Hawkins for a few days. Mrs. Cicero Bryant, of O'-'-m, spent the week er with her sister Mrs. Lucy Maples j.io also spent one day 'h her sister, Mrs. James Lyons, of Hartford. Cecil and Hubbard Maples, little sons of Mr. Frank Maples, havo (Selected from the ledger of I. V. M(orton byjthe finder, Morris Bur nett) Quentin Parks bought a bullet ladle for 25 cents. John A. Taylor sold one shoat weighing 31 lbs. for $1.00.. In tho case of I. P. Morton vs Wnlker and Phipps, which was tried before Squire John W. Crowe, tho following credit was mado: Sworo they didn't owe It,, therefore squared. Jcsterman T. Harris's daughter bought 2 Leghorn bonnetts for $25. 50. David Ashby sold Morton 10 pair venison hams for $5.00 Joseph Barnett was given credit for surveying tho Baird land. Robert Barnett bought Mr. Mor ton 1 pair venison hams. Jacob Barnett purchased 2 jars of itch ointment. Thomas Barnett swapped horses with Mr. Morton. That our uncle Thomas mopped up with your uncle Isaac Is admitted because it is writ ten: Credit Tom Barnett with $10. i i boot SALE. had diphthc this writing 'Messrs. J went to O' pui chase a . Mr. Stl:. tills ue.'gh month. a but are better at fl and Thatch Pickerel 'oro this week to ...1 of hay. r'n mill will bo in .td tho last of this Dr. I". Lal)..!.o, Fanner, Says, "You You Dot Hals Can Bite Tln-iiusli Metal." "I had feed bins lined with zinc last year, rats got through pretty soon. Was out $18. A $1 pkg .of ItA'J'-SNAP killed so many r.t's that I've never be-'n wlthou' it dncc. Our collie dog never 'touched HAT SNAP." You try it. Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold. and guaranteed by J. S. Casebier & Co; nnd Taylor Drug Store. Beaver Dam; Acton Bros, and Williams & Duke, Hart ford, Ky. o-o ' FAUM FOK SALE I About 85 acres, good improve ments; 3-1-2 miles southeast of Beaver Dam, and close to school and church. . W. A. HOOKER, 44-lt . Beaver Dam, Ky. A Hat That Dld't Smell Afti- huliix Dead For Three Months. .- " swear it waslead at least 3 months," said James Sykos, Butchor. Westerflold, N. J. "Wo saw tills rat ovory day. Put, acako of RAT-SNAP behind u barrel. Months later my wife asked about tho rat. Romern- bered tho barrel, looked behind It. Thero was tho rat dead, not the slightest odor." Threo sizes, 2Cc, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by J. S. Casebier & Co., and' Taylor Drug Store, Beavor Bam; Acton Bros and Williams & Duke, HuUford, Ky. ---- . Hartford Herald, $1.50 the year. sale, will . .1 will offer for Immediate sale the following propcrty:One house ana lot in Fordsville, Ky. 60 acres of land lying just out ot town limits of Fordsville, consisting of bottom and hill land. 38 acres lying near Dundee, on tho Fordsville road, consisting of hill and bottom land, 4 dwellings, good barn and out buildings. Hero is a chance for you to buy a bargain, for I have sold over 500 acres in tho list few days. I am mak ing a clean up sale. I have 4 good mules and 1 saddle mare for All good size and young. Also sell my farming implements. Chas. E. Miller, 43-4t Fordsville, Ky. J A Lady in Chicago Telegraphs for Hat-Snap. - Read Mrs. Phillip's win "You e'l's Exterminator Co ( rtorlield, N. J. Rush $3 worth of RAT-SNAP." Later rec.d following letter, "UAT fiS,l' arr'ved. U '(! our houv of rats in no tlm. Just moved i.to lioin Psa., who-3 I tiw.l RAT-.'NP with great results." Three sizes 25c. 50c, $1.00 Sold and guaranteed by J. S. Casebier & Co., and Taylor Drug Store, Beaver Dam; Acton Bros and Williams & Duke, Hartford, Ky. lOYkiLLK HUGE EAGLE .AwJn Am . ( ? v a j V m Wv- L .ivr-vjl i VHt- "v w la Here's a sale that prudent women will not want to miss. A most remarkable offering of New wirmmw Mkjjhm0 Stanly, the 13 year old son- of A. B. Grant, living 8 miles east of Fordsville, on Rough river, killed an eagle last Friday morning, that measured 78 inches from tip to tip ot wing and 36 inches from head to end of tail, It weighed 8 lbs. tHe shot and broke It's wing and then ran it about a half mile. When ho would throw at tho eaglo it would make n chargo and light tho boy, but ho Anally got closo enough to kill it wtih tho gun barrel. If you know what good Georgette and Crepe de chine Blouses are selling for today in the stores generally, you'll recognize at once what really remarkable values arc these new Wirth inors. They embody every chacteristic that you would expect to find in a worthy Blouse; the fabrics are of splendid quality: the Styles are new, distinctive and appealing; the workman ship is of a high order, and they are cut so as to insure true fitting. Wo enjoy tho most inlma'.e and friendly relations with In this offering, wo fcl that we can most forcefully and im pressively emphasize tlie genuine and undoubted superiority of our Blouse v'-ip over what is ordinarily obtainable. America's large one of the most highly respected Blouse makers, nnd th. fiipin with a unique and economy effect ing cooperative i .a.i acco mis in a largo measure for this Blouse pre-eminence. Though every one of thrso new Blouses is entirely true to its name WORTH MORE, and would readily sell for a l5lgh er price, they will be sold at just $5.00. ". Quantity is limited and no more of the same styles will be obtainable Carson & Co Hartford, Ky. wnM'TiHi' "Tiy-"-p i""T WiHTTTTl c&sv ?l rtr U i i .' u. " M r Tf.,,.i ' NOME!? ti'AW. tllhiHji 4juttUGpff ltltntf Sat. I ,' ' t I J ., ,f. . i). ' t in T- Irt Rmrv vm K o LVni l. ,ftj , ., ., u !, -,. cl ,tl tin e ni -I t' nt'' hi' fvJ i.unut.4 cl lbth V1 4 i.'l If oi lull ,i-. "w ', w nl., Tfy j .. ,1 4. , 4J4. rti I tlCC 4JdC f' Vlf Hi t'-f DR. L. 15. BEAN. JOHK WHITE & GO. LOUISVILLE, r.V. Libera! Btsortment and full vslua paid or ritm 1I1 Ule1 ..e4 e&.'tl eat ala niti' f"tn1jawiV rfttaf5 Greater Capacity. Closer skimming. Easier to wash. Speed indicator. Easier to turn. Wears longer. Automatic oiling. Patented milk dis tributing device that you cannot get on any other machine. Assured service., Ask any- Do l,aval user,- Over 2,000,000 in. daily use. J. D. Williams & Sons, Beaver Dam, Ky. BOTH PHONES 4 r .y vr1 ty f,. f V h ',fr"' liTjSI ialTJifii-T ""