Genealogy Trails, Hardin
OF THE PAST"
Hardin County Independent News
Clothing Store in Rosiclare was advertising Clark's
sewing thread--7 spools for 25¢; ladies pure silk
chiffon hose $1.00 a pair; apron frocks, full cut, all
sizes, gingham and percales--75¢; boys' 220 weight
solid blue overalls $1.00; girls' gingham dresses, for
ages 2-14, $1.00.
Mrs. Esther Birch for new spring hats for Easter.
C. Gaines of Elizabethtown was building a large barge
to be used in transporting sand gravel.
Paris and family of Rosiclare visited Dr. and Mrs. W.
J. Paris of Elizabethtown.
Lambert was devoting all of his time to overhauling
and putting the ferry boats and equipment into an
approved state of repair for summer traffic.
news: Dr. Paris Oxford was called to W. W. Winn's to
see a sick cow. Mrs. Mildred Angleton and
children visited at T. J. Belt's over the
weekend. Jack Millikan and family spent the
weekend as guests of Walter McDowell. Green
Berry Vaughn and wife and Mrs. Mary Kaegi visited at
A. J. Winn's.
G. Gullet was an authorized Ford dealer in
School was to be out on March 26 and there was to be
entertainment and a box supper. Simpson School
was also to be out at the end of March.
In Rock news: Cyrus McConnell had a new boy at
home. Mother and baby were fine.
Laird of Elizabethtown had a wagon for sale.
Shoeing & Blacksmithing. Bring your horses
to us at the McTyre old stand on First Street,
Elizabethtown. Shoeing, blacksmithing and repair
work. See our stoves, tinware and pumps--also
nails and hardware. H. A. Ferrell & Bro.,
Zion news--The stork left a boy at Virgil Rutherford's
and a girl at Louis Hindoll's.
Ridge news--Sheriff Allard was out posting election
notices and shaking hands with voters. Ellis
Vinyard rented John Karber's apple orchard to put in
corn. The reporter wrote, "If he don't eat
too many apples, he will make a good crop."
Jessie Shipp was on the streets swapping jokes with
citizens. Reporter's quote: "The working of
our state aid road through Monroe Precinct was left to
the will and pleasure of H. T. Vinyard, George Joyce
and Wm. Irby." Harry Reiner and wife who
had employment in some of the western hospitals were
in Karbers Ridge on vacation. The reporter
wrote, "Harry is a lively old boy."
The reporter also wrote, "The candidates are so
numerous shaking hands that our right shoulders are
paining us from the hearty handshakes."
news--Otto Burkow and Orval Pennell visited the
latter's father. Clarence Tadlock and family
visited the H. M. Littrells. John Thornton of
Elizabethtown was vigorously electioneering.
Jake M. Cowsert, candidate for sheriff, was also in
the vicinity. A strange wild animal, thought to
be a wild wolf, was seen in those parts. Mrs.
Daisy Leonberger, candidate for county clerk, was in
the Lamb community.
Ridge news (location??)--Dock Oxford took great
interest in cleaning up the R. F. Taylor place making
ready for a crop. Clyde Banks had employment
around Daisy Mines. Mose Pennell was fencing his
garden. Azra Smith visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Smith. John C. Stacey visited W. H.
news--John Rotes and wife of Shetlerville shopped in
Eichorn. Jake Eichorn and wife and Calvin Volle
and wife were callers in Eichorn. Ed Sheldon
purchased a new Chevrolet coach from the Herrmann
and Mrs. Mitch Herrman were the proud parents of a new
Partain and family moved to the Willis Cowsert farm.
Banks, 27, of Elizabethtown, and Mary Clanton, 17, of
Sparks Hill were married at the county clerk's office
by Squire H. A. Ferrell.
Fannie Simmons of Battery Rock visited her mother,
Mrs. Bettie Lynn of Elizabethtown.
and Mrs. John Patton of Rosiclare visited Mr. and Mrs.
E. L. Robinson of Elizabethtown.
Connie Edmondson visited at C. H. McDowell's and
attended a box supper at Double Box School.
Bass Herl family of Rosiclare attended Mass at St.
medicine, Black Draught, was advertised for one's
liver troubles; also, Genuine Bayer Aspirin was a drug
advertised to treat many ailments.
Joiner of near Shetlerville bought a nice little bunch
Albertean Humm spent the weekend with home folks at
War Hawk Bluff, Mrs. Matt Koch had improved her flock
of turkeys by purchasing a fine White Holland Tom from
the northern part of the state.
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