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THE HARTFORD HERALD
O NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. O
Rev. R. E. Fnqua, Ha'rtford, Ky., '
filled his regular appointment at
8mallhouse churcU. Saturday and
Sunday. As usual the congregation :
enjoyed his sermons and were
greatly helped spiritually by them. .
The church elected two deacons
Saturday evening, viz. Bros. J. R.
Klrtley and S. R. Godsey who will
be ordained nt our next regular
meeting. Feb. 27 at 10 o'clock, if'
not providentially hindered. Rev,
-Oscar Ashby will be invited to;
preach the sermon and ordain them '
through the courtesey of our pas-,
Mrs. Carrie Elders, wife of Andy
Elders, died Wednesday nnd her re-;
mains were laid to rest in the
Equality cemetery the following .
Mrs. John Alexander is quite ill
of stomach trouble.
Mrs. Wilbur Faught has small-j
pox ut it does not seem to be a
Jack Matthews and family have
also had small pox. One of his
sons is reported quite ill.
Mrs. Campbell and daughters,
Mrs. Mike Bishop and Mrs. Farmer,
are visiting friends and relatives in
Mrs. James S. Trunnell, of Utlca,
has returned home from a visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Hunter, and family and other rela
Mrs. Tucker, Livermore, Ky., has
returned to her tome from a visit
to her daughter. Mrs. Harry Brown.
Mrs. Henry Tom Matthews, who
has been quite ill at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C.
Cox, has recovered and returned to
her home near South Carrolton.
Her little sister. Lorene, accom
panied her for a few days visit.
Mr. Charles Hibbs. of Madison
vllle, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Brown trom Friday until
Jan. ISO. Dr. Lake made a busi
ness trip to Louisville one day this
Mr. Jesse Rude, who has made an
extensive visit to friends and rela
tives In W. Va., has returned home.
Miss Sarah Elizabeth Thomson,
of Horton, is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J, D. Thomson.
Mr. S. G. Oillstrap. who has been
quite ill, is convalescent at this
Mrs. C. M. Mallan is on the sick
Mrs. J. R. Carter, of McHenry,
visited relatives here Friday.
Mr. Clay Moore is very ill of ap
pendicitis at this writing.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Ferrell, ag
ent at this pluee, is talcing music
lessons from Miss Carrie McKinney.
Mrs. Joe McKinney and daugh
ter. Miss Carrie, visited relatives at
Beaver Dam, Wednesday.
Mr. Geo. M. Burton visited his
family, of Owensboro, Saturday
The mines at this place are work
ing most every day.
.Miss Edith Tatum. who is attend
ing school at McHenry. visited her
parents, Mr. und Mrs. Fred Tatum,
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Jesso Smith, of Horton, was
.'fiore on business, Tuesday.
Mr. GeoiRe Tennsley is bettor at
Mr. Richard Tatum visited rela
tives near Horton. Saturday and
School closed at this place on
account of the teacher. Mr. F. U
Sandefur, being sick.
Miss Martha Elliott who has
been working in Tennessee is spend
ing a few days with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Elliott.
Little Miss Lillian Louise Berry
nian spent lust Thursday with Lu-
Mr. and Mrs. Geoble Shultz, of
Detroit, are visiting friends and
relatives ia this neighborhood.
Mr. Orlce Jarnlgan. of Prentiss
was calllug in. this neighborhood,
Mrs R Simmons visited her
sister.' Mrs. E. B. Brown last week.
Mr Earl Taylor spent Wednes
day night with Mr. Euley Taylor
Mr. J. A. Hudnall is on the sick
li8Mr. Harlan Taylor spent last
week-end at Little Bend.
On Jan. Hth. the death angel
nail and claimed for It own Rollin
visited the horns of Mr. J., A. Hud
R Taylor. Mr. Hudiwlls stepson.
He had been an Invalid for ths past
eighteen years. He th,rtjr'
elght years of uge. be was a mem
ber of the church of Christ. He died
of pneumonia. He bore hi suffer
ing well, always Iwppy aud ou the
Now In Its Second Week
This occasion comes as a climax of this store's steadfast effort to reach
basic low levels on merchandise, of quality. It marks the beginning of a new
year, and with it comes our re-inforced ability to serve you with greater econo
my. The values of this LOOM END SALE mark a-high achievement in mer
chandising; they indicate the sound, healthy condilion of the country's return to
normal, and once again bring the thrill and pleasure of unrestricted buying ior
Attend This Sale By All Means!
New stocks have been brought forth prices have been cut to the vanishing
point extra sales people have been taken on. It will pay you to come an 100
miles to attend this sale.
S. W. ANDERSON- CO.-
OWENSBORO Where Courtesy Reigns KENTUCKY
16th following Mrs. J. A. lludnall
was called to rest the mother of
Rollin. She was married th first
time to Louis Taylor he having
died years ago. She is survived by
her husband, J. A. Hudnall, five
sons and two daughters. She was
a member of the church of Christ
utJVysox, living a faithful christian
ujfVf death. She was seventy-eight
years of ago. Died of pneumonia.
Jan. 24. Rev. M. Q. Snell filled
his regular appointment here Sun
Mr. and Mrs.'O. O. Williams, of
West Providence, have purchased
Mr. Berry Bishop's farm.
Mr. Kirby Park filled his regular
appointment at Beaver Dam, San
day. Messrs. Earl Blancbard and Ray
Daniel filled their regular appoint
ments at Heflln. Sunday.
Mrs. M. F. Faught spent Thurs
day with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ar
thur Faught, of Midway.
Mr. J. W. Loney attended meet
ing at West Providence, Sunday.
Mis Violet Loney has been
spending a few days at West Provi
dence with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mad
dox and Mr. and Mrs. Altord Brown.
Mr. Will Francis and family, of
Linton, Ind.. have returned here
to make thetr future horns.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Francis hava
moved to the placa vacated by Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Williams.
There will be a party given at
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hettln's Satur
Miss Myri BUhop spent Sunday
and Monday with her uncle, Mr.
Jess Bishop, and Mrs. Bishop, of
Miss Zella Payton spent Thurs
day jwitb bet- sister, . Mrs. Orvllls
Williams, of Centertown.
Mr. Roma Heflln. of , spent
Suuday with his paretas, Mr. and
Mrs. O. V. tteum.
Tobacco growers of this section
are yt much discouraged at the
low for which the weed Wj
selling for they don't know what(
to do about a crop this year. One
thing sure- there is not half the win-
ter crop lie i rig raised as usual
which is a very good sign.
Mrs. Janie Day Is spending a few
weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Alva
Blacklock, of Select, on account of
the illness of Mrs. Blacklock. '
Mrs. A. O. Murphy who has beea
sick for several weeks Is improving
fast and hopes to soon regain her
Rev. Sanderson, of Todd County,
Ky.. and Rev. Hicks, of Sulphur
Springs, are conducting the moot
successful revival meeting at tha
school house near Jingo that has
been held in that section for many
years. After one weeK mere- nas
been about twenty conversions and
the good work goes on. On account
of school going on a the school
hrfuse they preach at the homes of
the people in the day time and have
good crowds and fine meetings and
great success. The preachers think
they have Btruck the right place at
the right time.
WANTED TO SELL
' OR TRADE FARM
I am going to change locations.
I havs a 10 acre Farm t miles trom
the Courthouse as good as the best
farm In this County, taa soil Is
strong and any part of It will grow
any thing you may want to plant,
all necessary buildings In good
I condition less than halt lulls from
Rock Road High School and church
i conditions and surroundings art
( strictly first classy
J, W. UAJMltLU. K. r. V. .
I Owensboro, Ky. I-Jt
The Harttoid Huiald SI. 5 the year
SE(X)XD HAND MACHINERY
AXI BOILERS FOR SALE
Wo offer a complete tllo and
brick making outfit including the
00 H. P. boiler and SO H. P. engine '
used but a little, standard make of
machinery at a bargain. .We have
tho following rebuilt traction en-'
tri"es, high number, In good condl!
Ono 13 II. P. Gaar Scott Traction '
Engine, one IS II. P. Cane Traction
Engine, one SO IL P. Gas Traction '
Engine, one 17 H. P. Frick Traction ;
Engine. Also ono 28, good as new,:
threshing machine with all modern i
equipment, one No. 1 Birdselt Clov- .
er Holler, in good condition, a bar. J
gain. One eight roll McCormlck ,
Corn Shredder and Hunker, ono 60
H. P. Tubular Boiler, one SO H. P.
We sell all kind of new and sec
ond hand machinery, If yon have
any second band machinery for sale
lit it with un. We will sell it if
there is a ghost of a chance. We
are agent for the Birdsell Clover
Huller, Greyhound and Peerless
Engine ' and Threshing Machinery,
American Saw Mill Machinery, buy
and sell clover seed, corn seed, cow
peas, harness and wagons,' Ahlbrand
and Delker Buggies, Emerson.
Brantingham Machinery, Bates
Hteel Mule Tractors, Emerson.
Brantingham Tractors and tractor
cultivators, manure spreaders, farm
wagons, all kind of farm machinery
and tools, wire fencing, Red Ton
Steel Fence Post.
Wood nianU-ls, tile hearths and
floors, Yale A Town Builders Hard
ware, , . metal and rubber rooting,
hl u'ksmith and wagon makers sup.
plies, wire rope and rhaln, builders
and contractors surrlies. Our prices
are right always. Write or see ns.
GlENTHER HARDWARE COM
PANY.. Owensboro, Kentucky. -2t
Game called 7:30
Reserved seats, 40o.
NOTE The Star Theatre will run TWO
show's that night. First show at 7; 1 5;
second at 9:00, giving you a chance to
go to both.
The Hartfor Herald,
General Admiseiou, 80o.
$1.50 the Year,