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THE HARTFORD HERALD '
Beginning Monday .morning we place on sale our
entire line of -
at half price. The open winter has left us with more
than we care to carry over, hence this tremendous re
daction. Come, look them over, see the price ticket,
divide by two, then you will have the price they will
cost you. This means our
$50.00 Coats for $25.00
35.00 Coats for 17.50
30.00 Coats for 15.00
25.00 Coats for 12.50
15.00 roats for 7.50
Sure: We lose; you win. If you need a cloak and
fail to buy, you Iobc SEE!
ft LOCAL DASHES O
, Rev. Ward Taylc, of Roslne, was
in this city, Wednesday.
The Owensboro Wagons can be
bad at ACTON BROS. 3-2t.
Mr. Estill Howard, of Adaburg,
was among our caller, Friday.
Mr. J. C. Riley made a business
trip to Owensboro, Wednesday.
Almost a month of the New Tear
has done. Hare you paid your subscription?
rows, R. 1, during the past several
Mr. Marvin Parks "has rented his
farm on Hartford R. 2, and is mov
ing to Mr. James Hancock's resi
dence in Hartford.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crowder bare
moved bere from Select in order
tbat tbelr son, Hulbert, may resume
bis High School work.
Mr. and Mrs. Timor Westerfleld,
of Hartford R. 2, are the parents
of a baby girl born Jan. 18. Sbe
will bear the name Rosa Nell.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hancock and
little son, James Beaty, of Leitch
Messrs. R. R. Riley and Worth , field, visited Mrs. Hancock's father
Tichenor were In Owensboro one and brother, Sunday and Monday,
day last week. I
We pay highest cash prices at all
SEE us for all kinds of grass and times ' for poultry and eggs, and
Held seeds. Quality first. have a good line of feedstuff and
W. E. ELLIS k BRO. bay.
M Mr. and Mrs. Alva Blacklock, of
t ... . j .. -
baby girl born Jan. 11.
C. B. CARDEN ft SON,
most of Ms gtiest. O'boro Mssn
nOX'T FAIL to rr "The V.'r,
Blnck Fare Minstrel" at Hartford
School building Thursday, Feb. 3,
Mr. Cbanre WllNama. of Rob Royi g p. m. Thin will cause you to wear
was in town Frday,
nlte to see a
Mrs. J. B. Tappan spent Thursday
visiting her brother, Mr. E. V. Park,
of Central City.
Mrs. J. A. Westerfleld has been
right sick since Saturday but is bet
ter at this writing.
Mr. Moses Hudson attended the
burial of Marvin McCrorklln at
Graham, last Sunday.
Mrs. J. B . Tappan entertained
Misses Erma Carter and Kennedy
Collins at lunch Sunday.
Mr. Gayle Taylor, of Chicago, ar
rived boms early Tuesday morning
to remain until Saturday with his
mother and family.
a smie for days. It is made up of
local talent: consists of six piece
orchestra and featuring all the lat
est song hits. Did you see "The
Womanless Wedding?" We Intend
for our minstrel to be as great a
hit. Given under auspices of Par
ent Teachers' Association.
Admission 23c and 35c. Don't
forget the date, FEBRUARY 3rd,
Those attending the Basket Ball
game Saturday night will have an
opportunity to attend the second
sbow at the Star Theater.
Mr. George Bennett, bookkeeper
for a coal company at Island, Ky.,
spent the week-end with bis par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bennett,
of this city.
Mr. Thomas Whitehouse, wife
and children, of near Narrows, vis
ited Mrs. Whltebouse's sister, Mrs.
L. C. Acton, and Mr. Acton, Thurs
day and Friday.
Prof. Luther Stevens, teacher In
the Bowling Green Business Uni
versity, spent the week-end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fore
man, of this city.
When in need of matresses, mat
tings, rugs, beds, dressers, tables,
chairs, kitchen cabinets or any
thing in the furniture line see
ACTON BROS. 3-2t.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben H. Bennett, of
Main Street, this city, are the de
lighted parents of a 10 lb. baby boy
bom at 8 p. m. Monday, Jan. 24.
His name is Allison Burks.
Mrs. Carlisle Render who has
been under treatment at Hazelwood
Sanitarium at Louisville, during
the past few months has recovered
and will return borne this week,
Now that the winter months will
soon be here don't forget to have
that car of yours overhauled. This
ia the best time of year to have this
work done. Garages are not so
rushed end are In position to give
you the best servk". so don't put
cff those little things that need to
be done any longer. We would ap
preciate if you get in touch with us.
J. F. CASEBIER ft SON,
49-tf. Beaver Dam, Ky.
Frank Pardon Owensboro,
For New watches.
The best place to buy yonr spectsv
cles Is at FRANK PARDON'S
ROTS LEE DEAD
Rufus Lee, of t. Louis, Mo.,
died Jan. 20. after a brief illness of
nephritis. His remains were brought
to his old home, Owensboro, Ky.,
Jan. 22 and was taken to the home
of his brother-in-law, W. W. Ware
on Cedar Street. Rev. Boone, pas
tor of the First Baptist church, of
which he was a member, conducted
a brief service at the borne, after
which the body was Interred in Elm
Wood Sunday afternoon at 2:30
There were many beautiful floral
Among those who survive are bis
widow and four children; two sis
ters, Mrs. B. S. Ellis, of Hartford,
Ky.; and Mrs. W. L. Acton, Con
norsville, Ind., and one brother, C,
R. Lee, of New Orleans, La. He
had held a responsible position with
the Southern Express Co., at St,
Louis during the past 5 years.
IN AND OCT
Mrs. John P, Taylor and little
daughter, Esther, returned last
Sunday from Mississippi where she
has spent the past six weeks visit
ing her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Cook
Mrs. Blanche Bishop and three
sons, of Leitchfleld, Ky.; and Mrs,
Nellie Farmer and two sons, of Yu
ma, Colo., are visiting tbeir parents
Mr. and Mrs. E. Campbell, of
Mr. Willie Petty, of Barrett's
Ferry. visited L. G. Barrett and
family Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. J. D. Holbrook and daugh
ter, Miss Winnie D. went to Ow
wensbd) Wednesday shopping.
, Mrs. O. J. Grey has returned to
New York after visiting br moth
or, Mrs. D. A. Thomas, of R. 2.
Mr. Chester Wade,, a barber of
this city, went to Dawson Springs,
Friday, where he will remain about
two weeks for the benefit of bis
Grace McCoy, the little daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. J. P." McCoy has
been ill of pneumonia for several
Mr. Willie Smith, of Narrows R.
1, hks returned boms after attend'
ing the burial of bis step-father, at
Mrs. Steve Ellis went to Owens
boro, Saturday to attend the burial
of her brother, Mr; Rufus Lee, who
died In St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. A. W. Mills Is spending two
weeks with ber daughter, Mrs.
Timor Westerfleld, and Mr. Wester-
Aeld, Hartford, R. 1.
JMtr. Roy Newcomb returned Fri
day from Owensboro where be has
been visiting bis uncle, U. S. New
comb, for several daxa.
Messrs. Guy and Russell Combs,
.of Texas, bavs been visiting tbeir
mother, Mrs. Julia Combs', of Nar-
Mrs. M. L. Heavrin has been vis
iting the family of Dr. and Mrs. C.
M. Heavrin, of Hawesville,
during her husband's absence in
When sending in communications
or news Items always sign your
name so tbat we may know tbe
source of what appears in our columns.
Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Bryant 608 S
12tb St., Herrin, 111., are the proud
parents of an eight-pound girl. Tbe
little one bears, tbe name Vena
Mrs. Randall Watterson, of Ash
ley, III., attended the burial of her
uncle, Mr. C. F. Boswell, of near
Narrows, last Friday and is now
visiting ber parents, Mr. and Mrs
E. P. Foreman, of this city.
Rev. John A. Bennett, of Ctica
Ky., filled his regular appointment
at Walton's Creek Saturday and
Sunday and spent Sunday night
with his brother, Mr. James Ben'
nett, and Mrs. Bennett, of Hartford
Mr. John Johnson, a Supt. for
the Bond Tie Co., has completed
bis work in this section and return'
ed to Alabama where be will be em
ployed during the remainder of the
winter. His family will remain
Mrs. Frank Peyton, of Denver
Colorado, wbo has been visiting ber
mother, Mrs. Mary Ellis, bere for
some time, will leave within a few
days for Sturgis, Ky., where sbe
will visit ber brother, Mr. Charles
Ellis, before returning to ber home
Miss Gladys Bennett, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Bennett, has
accepted a bookkeplng position
with Bond Tie Co., at their Louis-
Mr. Ray Cornell left Monday
morning for Franklin, Ky., where
be will resume bis work in the oil
fields after having spent several
weeks at home.
Jailer John Howard now has
twenty-two prisoners to take cars
of, the largest number be has had
since prohibition went into effect
July 1, 118. He has received a
doien prisoners from Judge Pink-
ston's court since-, Tuesday morning
and the city courts now furnish
Tbe Parent-Teachers' Association
will put on a Swell Minstrel at tbe
College Thursday night Feb. 8. A
crowd as large as that which at
tended "The Womanlesa Wedding"
is predicted. The proceeds will be
used for the benefit of tbe school,
Bro. William Savage preached at
the Christian church in Hartford
last Sunday. He .is a logical and
convincing preacher and many com
pliments on his preaching have been
beard. He will probably be secured
Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook
have, recently received word tbat
tbelr son, McHenry Holbrook, who
has been in the employ of the In
ternational Banking Corporation in
Japan for the past few years, will
return here with his family some
time In the Spring, probably In
- Among those who registered at
the Commercial Hotel within the
past week were:
C. H. Pace. Glasgow; R. H. Jonei
St. Louis; Guy Oelze, 'Owensboro
J. R. Landis, Nashville; W. C,
Brooks. Whitesville; T. M. Robards
Evansviller Cook Cromwell, Hen
derson; W. B. Walker, Madison ville
M. W. Schulman, Louisville; C. A,
Broadway, Fulton; Leonard Cham
bers, Huntingburg, Ind.; J. C. New
C. M. Purdy, Lexington; M. B,
Strohman, Louisville; J. A. Smed
ley, Nashville, Tenn.; A. B. Kirk
Owensboro; C. V. Tucker, Glasgow
Le Roy Samuel, Cincinnati, O.
Carl Riney, Lamar Riney, Joseph
Riney, Wallace O'Bryan, Charles
Clayton, Richard Murpby, Henry
Clark and L. C. Winchester, all of
West Louisville; S. J. Tichenor,
McHenry; E. M. Hardin, McHenry;
Roy Barnhill, Madisonville.
SERVICES AT THE
Next Sunday being the fifth Sun
day in the month, there will be held
in the Methodist church the regular
services. Sunday school at 9:45 a
m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and
p. m. Tbe Epworth League will
meet in the basement of the church
at (:15 p. m., all young people are
Invited to attend and become mem'
bers. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to the general public to
worship with us in the morning and
evening preaching services.
T. T. FRAZIER, Pastor,
ARR?D PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
RED TOUT AND WEIGH
I am in better position to please
my customers than ever before,
For twenty years I have culled and
mated until I now have a yard of
Barred Rocks that is tbe peer of
This year I have mated my fine
cock tbat produced such fine birds
last year as a cockerel, with the
best hens and pullets and am ready
to furnish eggs at (3.00 for 18 or
$6.00 for 30. n
I have also mated three extra
heavy well-made and finely barred
cockerels with a choice lot of bens
and pullets and am ready to furnish
eggs at $1.60 for 16.
Eggs for incubator for 100, prices
A few extra fine cockerels and
pullets at a bargain if taken at
once. JNO. B. WILSON.
I Hartford, Ky. 4-tf.
BEAVER DAM, KY.
Saturday, January 29, 1921
On page 2 of this issue we have advertised
for January 29th the "Trail of the Lonesome
Pine." This company hag cancelled its date.
so, rather than disappoint our patrons, we will
put on for that night
" Tie Mountain Wo
This picture was made in the mountains of Kentucky ami Is the
same character story as The Trail of the Lonesome Pino, and we be
lieve it will please you equally as well. It is as nearly the same as could
be gotten and is acted by one of the betit stars on the screen. If you
like excitement, thrills and beautiful scenery, it will more than please
Also a Two-Reel Comedy
Show 7:30. Admission 20c.
We Are Meeting the Demands For i
and we'd like to prove to you how
z much value "Old Man Dollar' has
J at our store. Here some of our
Men'B beet Overalls, $2.00
Men's beet Work Shirt, $1.25
Men's Stronger Than the Law work Shoes, $5 00
Good quality Shirting, 20c per yard
Best quality Shirting. 25c per yard
Regular 25c Drees Ginghams, now 20c per yard ij .
Rftdilar SSfi Drpss fiino-riams. nnw 9Rn'nr vnrrl i
O D 1 tr'-
Regular 40c Dress Ginghams, now 30c per yard
Dark Outing Cloth, regular price 35c, now 25o
Light Outing Cloth, regular price 30c, now 20o
T a. a.1
vv c want iu give uui pa irons inese
pre-war prices, so now is the oppor
tunity to get what you have been ?
High Grade 16 per cent Acid Phosphate;
Dry and in good mechanical condition. Orders accented foi an
amount from one ton to car lots. Minimum car lot is fifteen tons.
Prompt shipments from stock in our Nashville Warehouse. For nrlcea
or further information address
HERBERT STONE and FERTILIZER CO
174 8rd Avenue, North. Nashville Tenn.
Orders may be telephoned or wired at our expense." J-12f
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE '
All parties bavins claims against
the estate of Thomas Jeffries, de
ceased, will present tbe same to ms
properly proven on or before April
1, 121 or be forever barred.
CHARLID McKINLEY, Admr.,
Hartford, Ky.. R. I, 4-4tp
Mr. P. J. Lloyd, a Narrows mer
chant, was In this city, Tuesday.
CARD OP THANKS
We desire to extend our slncereat
thanks to those who so kindly as
sisted us during tbe illness and af
ter tbe death of our dear husband
and father. Charles Ferrel Boswell.
and for tbe many expressions of
MRS. C. P. BOSWELL, SONS ant'