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The Hartford republican. (Hartford, Ky.) 18??-1926, December 30, 1910, Image 5

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i E ARE beJqucfition headquarters for Mens
4q W Clothing ire prepared wIth a large stock toy
i cater to the eye C mOAt scrutinizing customer We =
° I handle the cglebrSTERLING SUITS that are be
4 yond question thtr of ony clothing handled in Hart i
ti ford We will hI sale during January some special Is
values in suits Iercoats CaB and see them and =
tiremember it pa yI
49 money
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Hartford Repuanl
l At Beaver pars
North aDD ad801ftnd
Nol82 due 406 am NalaSeh
Noft48 P m
Notl1ueU 8p m
Wol02due248pm Noti51 m
M B c E RailroadJable
at Hartford J
Time table ffedl1ve 111 Dee
4thoonltalns the fadlowDdules
> lio 112 North Bound 4 m
dally except Eu
No 114 North Bound e0 p m
dally except Sw
No 115 South Bound 15 a m
dally except Sur
No U3 South Bound t p m
daily exoeptSUI f
t H E MIST gt
Mr J A Leach Boau R 1
Was 0 pleasant collar 1
Mr Joe Thpmirson tats made
thia office a ploasaat cry
r We are paying 30 Idozen
for Eggs this week I
i III Schroeters gr cefYi 25
cents for eggs andaU you
bate f
Mr J V HaleofUe paid
i The Rep b can ouint aJl
Mrs Clarence yj0 pDdlng
0 few days w4th Rey
zholda StMiout J
1 > 4Mr Inelstlyd stand
io Ky farrtved yoetece guc3t
ttrlebdB hieor
tr Iexii idia fOhis
j croak at rJIqifI9 04 gspend
r fag a few da11tk
Jit7nirh tewiI 1te eM otho
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Jtisad Mrroo Moil =
tiny fro Cromwellwill
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fi cr J T BseU of
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Mr Luther Chapman of Beaver Dam
I paid The RpubUcan office a pleasant
i call Wednesday
blizs Motile Duncan of Uorganfleld
Ky is the guest of Proto and Mrs
Halley E Brawn
I Yeu tave tried the rest now try
the best Flour In town at SchlOOd
ers Cash Grocery
Prof William Foster of Princeton
N J 18 spending this week with
relatives In Harttohl
AU klnc1s oTfresh and cured meats
staple gIocert c at lowest prices
Mr and Mrs John Daniel are visit
ing the formers parents Mr and
Mm T W Daniel ot Olaten
Mr R 1i Wedding of Terro
Haute lad 18 spending II ffN days
with bls father Judge R R Woo
Miss Gvcndolyn Haynes of Marion
Ky tirrrved Wednooa aftennoonto
ba the guest of Mlsa AnnJo Allan El
Prof and Mrs A P Taylor and
children of Owensborn are vIsiting
Mrs Taylors IJlaoonts Mr and Mrs W
B Render
Mr Mack Newman foreman on the
Herald force laft Wednesday for a
few days visIt with home folks at
Mayfield Ky
Miss Iva Cununlns ono ot Ohio coun
tys teachers was the guest ot Mr
and MrS Robert Hoover and other
frdeends bozo Monday
Miss Lydia Ward whops teaching
In Kingswood Co1loge at Klngswpod
Ky Jil spending the polldays wiT
her mother Dear town
MIss Annie Allen Elgin entertain
ed a few of her friends with a six
oclock dlnnu Wed 1 evening for
Miss Haynes of Marion Ky
Dr and Mrs AtoxFoster of Ow
aIWOOno were the guests oS Mr Isaac
Beancatamd tamUyth1s weekI
MrQIs Spauldkrlg 11UI8 letUNled
from Cbb wbem be hu been for I
ssya1 melba lH WW probably
Bpmd the wt fu tb citY
Mr Guy F i6tDie Repub
11cans typograplikm force hapexrt Sat =
urday anq rtaday witi his txO1ar
Mi Roy Focre set gEarlingtonf
FOR SALEAn1ae br1Ieht IIldHlrht
8IIoddlie lfIe 7 yeM Jd Ua2ii
hill Price 18500DR I
cs o tic i ° K1
Beaver Dam Flour found only In
Hartford at SandeTlur Bc Cos meat
shop 24tt
Excluslvo sale ot thnrer Dam
Flour at our meat shop
Jolr James W Jones of Murray
Ky 1s expected here this week for
a short visit with friends
Mr Robert F erolEarllngJn
spent a few days with his tamay hllO
and returned Monday ° Cwnton
Mrs A C Yeiser left Tuesday
for Martin TEnn where she will visit
friends and relatives for n tuw das
Capt and Mrs John 0 Koown visit
ed Mrs and Mrs Thomas J Morton
of Island Ky the first of the week
lIIr Alien M iuoC iorgnIeJd Ky
spent Sunday and Monday with his
parents Mr and Mrs S S May city
llr Byron Forte nJunc to Hop
irJnsvilieMonday afternoon after spend
Ing a few das with his parents Mr
and Mrs Isaac Foster
Miss Mary Felix enter
tained tile young folks wIth n parity I
Wednesday eveningat the hom of J1t11
parents Mr and Mrs F L Felix
Mrs S K Cox returned Saturday
afternoon from Charleston Mo where
she had been called on account ot the I
death of her grandson Master samuel
lIIr John X Taylor manager ot
the Ohio County Drug Co went otI
Earllngton Monday atturnoon to be i
present at a meeting of the Knight
Mr of E H1l1ard of Frudonda Ky
visited Mr and Mrs John C Riley
and other radgUves here the first of
the week and paid Tile Republican
office n call
Mr Rowan Holbrook will Ike
Tuesday for Riverside Col to visit I
his son Harold He will also visit
sevEral c1Ues In CalifornIa and pos I
sibly New Mexico I
Mrs Frank Bradshaw and Miss Let I
Purdue of Snanley Ky arrived Wed I
nesday afternoon t4be the guest of
Judge and Mrs J E Fogle and family I
and llr W M Fair and family I
Mr Ed Davidson ot Hites Falls
this county dIed at his home WOO i
nosday ot paralysis He owned BeI
oral thousand acres of farming land
and his estate is estimated at 1000001
Mr Wallace Bennett of Swramenj
to Ky tpent n k3v days here this
week with his sIster Mrs R A Not f1
singer Mr Bennett ncentay closed I
a successful school In McLean coun
AlI meinUcrs of Hartford Lodge Ko
675 F and A M are urged to be IJI6
eat at the meeting next monday night
iplorriptlyy It 63Q Thlfc will be busi
I ness to tranomot and installation of
new officers
Mr and Mrs J R Forrester hay
sold their property on Clay Street
to Mr L P Turner they will leave
for EarUngtonl1Il the near futures where
Mr Forrester has lICCe ted a p081Ion
wIth the St Bernard Co I I
The rro Sorli iii 1V A Har
der were taken to FordlsvUle Wednes
day from Princeton lad for rotor =
mont Mr and Mrs Harder only re
cently moved to Princeton and be
later was only sick a short time
ProfC Ross Bennett returnee Jomo
Saturday afternoon from Broadway
mines where he has closed a sucoSs
tul school He wilt be at home
about a month before tho leaves for I
Chicago where he will ontora medi
cal oolllgoI
Mr James WFord ds erlJCtlrg a
six room collage on the corner of
Union and Foreman streets opposite
Judge John B Wilson llr Ford will
also erect two more dwellings ad
joinhjg the new residence dn the
nror future
I recommend The Delineator and
Everybody s Magazine OOcnUSo they
are good magazInes and because 1
can malte you a very low pride of
190 for both Send all orders for
any magnlne or periodical Ita J Ner
Footer Magazine Agent Hartford
Ky tl
Miss Tracy Derryman who has been
employed in a stenographic capacity
by the Young Mens Christian Asocla
lion of Louisville during heir recent
successful campaign for a now bu11a
tog returned homo Saturday to spend
the holidays with her mother Mrs
Annie Berryman of mbar town
The New Commerclal Hotel has
been rented to MI and Mm S C
Roberts of FordsvJ1le who have may
edhere and opened the hotel It will
only be a day or 80 until they will
have everything nged nd will
be ready to aceonhodabetheir guests
Mr Roberts formerly conducted the
hotel at FOrdsvlUo
The funeral of bites Sam Keowrl
was held t the Baptist church last
Friday afternoon services being con
ductctl by herpastca R vJ WiBru
nor assisted iby Rgv Vlmgtl Elglp
The hterfnei4 followed at okwO
The active pall brsrs were MtfiiB
McDgwel r ogle McHemy Holbrook
Raymer Tln Ie Douglas FelIx mto
Martin end Ney I oeter
Miss Frances Little of Owensboro
will nrrlvo today to be the guest ot
lies Mary Spaulding
We commDce dellv < y tf meat at
530 a m each morning
Mr T J Morcn tisJaml rvlst
al his mother Mrs Ella Morton and
ohrreJaUvs here Monday
Miss Amazl11i Render r4urncd to
her home at IcHonry Tuesday after
severnl days visit here whh i r cous
In Miss LIlHo Burton
Mr Luther Rogrs dled at his home
at Select Monday from eIlth trou
ble Ho was about s veny Yflrs old
i and a Federal soldtH and prominent
in his community
Leave your Laundry at Cleve lIers
grocery Work guaranteed arid prompt
1 delivery Agent for ladlsonvU1e
Steam Laundry ladtEonme Ice
Laundry Company incorporated tf
I Mr and Mrs John X Taylor and
Mr and Mrs Wayne Stevens attn
I dEd tile banquet given at Madison
vl11e Thursday night by the SuJrrs
A class was Initiated Thursday night
after which a U1mttr party HIS giv
en to the members
Misses Lee and Ruth TJch nor were
the cbramlng young houtesss ILt an
Intonnnl dInner party 011 Christmas
day Those present rr3 Mss s
Iamlo Hoeler Myrtle Park Lruvn
Miller LMa IcKernan Belle Berry
man Tracy Dcrryman and Mossrs
Elbert GOO 11J James Gotl lhcster
Stewart John Render Tom Brown
Ems Brown and Pirtle Park
At n meting of Hartford Lodge 00
675 F and A M held at the Masonic
Hall Tuesday afternoon the following
officers were elected Worshipful Mas
ter Owen Hunter Senior Warden
Sam H Ems Junior Warden O T
OBannon TreasurEr John T Moore
Secretary L P Foreman Tyler Albert
Real The new officers will be in
stalled at the next muting when
the appointive officers will bt named
Ohio Tribe No 188 Improved OrdCll
of Red Men held theIr regular meet
lag Wednesday night nt which time
the following now officers Were elect
ed Sachem Jams e Bennett Sen
Ior Sagamore Otto e Martin Junlor
Sagamore Lcs lIe Hoover Chief ot Ric
ords A E Pate reelected Keeper
of Wampum hc Foster reelected
Keeper ot Paraphernalia James Hud
son Trustee Crtl P Iown Reprl
sentatlvo to Gloat Council S A
Dec 27Mr Newman Harden and
family ot Wabash lad are vlsittng
at Mr J B Chambers Mr Harden
has purchased a farm near Sango Ky
and will move to H the first of th
Mr and Mrs Jack llltldle Mr 11boo
dore Weler and family and Miss
Gertrude Barnett oftEvansvUle are
spendIng the week ntMI George Bar
Miss May Rogers Mrs Arthur Ford
and children were the guest ot 1lr
John Harve Lloyd and family Ford
ville Christmas day
Mr ear Floyd and family ot Ow
ensboro are at III Sallie FIord
Mrs Lauren Crnbtroli and Miss Bar
nett cf OwonlJboro are visiting Mrs
Ann Huff
Mossrs Herbert end Ernest Durdtt
and Miss Mary Chambers w nt to Ow
onsboro Saturday
1Ir Dare Swope visited his brother
r John Swope + Monday rawst
1Ir Frank Druner Is aIt drone from
Kentucky State University for the
lIr Oran Flowers mull family of
patesv11le spent Xmas at Mr John
Brun era
MIss Mat1o Barnett 1s visiting her
sister Mrs Sam Hawkins near
Mrs SaBle Floyd has returned
from a manths say with her mother
Mrs Douhe11ofSytia who Ls tiut
ferlno with a broken hIp
Mr and Mrs Jim Johnson gao a
party Wcdnosday night In honor ot
MIss 1aggle Hindes
Mrs Leonard Taylor and children
spent Sunday night PIt Mr Virgil 1Ut
1Ir Myrtle Floyd was in Owens
boro FridayI
Mr J B CbambEts purchased a
line Cow and Calf from 1Ir Adkins
of Hancock County for 6000 cash
Mr Wilbur Illrondon witt eat italn
tonight 1n Ii Qoor of lIds3 Bulah Bar
nett of Owensboro
Summer Resort for Kickers
Wanted Ninety acme 01 land out
on the road from Kngokorsvillo to
Despair eight acres sot wf ting4rC W
iora bnlar eight acr as act Iq ctawllBb
Boles too acres In clay Galls with
poralmnmon grubs BS big as ox yokes
+ vea acres 1n marsh that wouldbog
4 buzzards shadow twe1ro In Mexi
can thistles boll nettle and gross
burm bsly epma glraUo forty
acres In sand bed cbrrai fenced with
iaclrasslegs atiecked and ri ted WIth
emsous 1mpL1mcnts of war too poOl
for anything but a donkey o111ilse
R kick on In havea c1 ab
Enter 19111
New hopes hetterbright =
er prospects Plans for
i larger and better busi =
i I I I nessEXIT
I EXIT 1910
We thank you for your
I help in making this year
even bearable Adverse
I conditions to the con =
i trary we close with stock l
in excellent condition and
I better prepared than ever
Offs exceptional advantages to young men and
women Strong faculty of seven teachers three
engaged exclusively in Collegiate and Teachers
Training work Special classes in all the common
branches including Theory and Practice for those
preparing to teach 1ow classes organized 101 those
wishing to begin High School work Board and
tuition reasonable and Satlsfact10n guarantct l to
every honest worker
Midyear Term and Normal
Work Begin Jan 91911
Those preparing to teach or d siring to obtain
higher grade certificates are urged to enter at the
beginning of the term or as soon after as possible
Pupils who have completer the ommon school
course and wish to take up High Schoolwork should
enter at the beginning of the term
For Further Information Address
stmct ot title M there will ha o
peaceful POSS Salo tQ affect linlitii
tIon after lint tn thepuIJ9SY1orwb ch
I am punchastng 1 want t1 fora
8WIJIlet resort for the tckc 4luba
where ovary long euod two legged
kicker may havo the llrJIIf1eofr
mg sand on his oryn hind Beeor
write melma Klckp Adilrtes host
Any Whero Around the CUll Stone Ip
KnockerendlleTrouptTax Banner
Dec 27Mlss Fmncls Orr of Frn11k
fort Kyls visiting her grand moth
er and aunt Mrs Ed Porter Thomp
son and lIls Katherine V IrhDmp
son Also her daughters Edwin and
Eliot otr
The Boys ontertadD the girls
with A masque ch1U1ldttl peaty Xmas
tree Saturday VOO1ng at eol1ago Halt
All ropoteda ahUl o
Ir EJ M WoodWard and W1h and
Miss IaYUllc SboFt were 111 town tow
dayMrs Woodwllrd and Miss Shown
ci4lqd lap nJlY ot their PI41 friends
wb4a Were delighted 1tD pee 1lhertr
I blr1ibgbJlbe ipyok Owl nsbox B
vist1nS Edwin Masutr tJIS wok
lII 1U41YDhr f Beaver porn Ky
who hAs been tccpins music at Boeoh
Grove Ky vlsitcd Mrs I S Mason
from Wednesday until Friday of last
Y ekM her way home to spend the
holidays Miss Mary Smith is visiting her
sister Mrs Paul Snfdernh Glendro1o
MJ Valero Mason went to Owens
hero Sunday
Mr Dick Neel and tnmltylmY re
turned from their trip South
The children Oit the Baptist church +
enjoyed a nlC treat fiunday
11r Russell Walker JlI ependlngtho
hoI dAII with Ids JareMa near town
MI crJtggers JBw ltmgbor eis
tir i 1MT1Ij1t hbyd I s

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