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' V THE HARTFORD HERALD
We Are Prepared
To Show You
SPRING COATS at $12.50, $18.50, $25.00, $35.00
COAT SUITS at $ 15. $19.50, $25.00, $30.00, $35.00
SILK DRESSES at $10, $12,95, $15.95, $20, $25
BLOUSES at $3'rf)5, $5.95, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00
SILK & LISLE HOSE at 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.50
KID & SILK G OVES at 50c, $1. $1.50, $2.50, $3.50
SLIPPERS at $3.50. $5.00, $6.00, $7,50
NEW COLLARS' at 50c, 75o, $1.00, $1.25
RIBBONS at 25c, 50c, 75c, 09c.
PURSES at 50c, 1.00, $2.50, $3.50, $5.00
LADIES' HATS at $3.50, $5.00, $8.00, $10.00
These are only a few of the
many things that will add to
your Easter appearance.
Call and we will do the rest.
Mr. 8. T. Barntt spent the week'
end with Mr. and Mr. Orln Wallace
of Central City.
... Mr. Oeo. Bennett, of Island, spent
the week-end with bti parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Betanett.
Miss Liszle Miller, of Central
Cltr, spent the week-end with her
mother, Mrs. Jennie T. Miller.
Mr. V. C. Horker, of near Beaver
Dam, waa among those who renew
ed their subscriptions Monday.
Mr.. A. C. Acton has recently sold
his residence property on Clay St.,
to his brother-in-law, Mr. J. R.
Mrs. Oma Lee Turner, of Center-
town, spent the week-end with her
daughter, Miss Kathleen, of this
Mrs. C. M. Crowe has been visit
ing her mother, Mrs. James S. Chand
ler, of Auburn, Ky., during the past
Bro. Wm. Savage will preach at
Hartford Christian church Easter
Sunday, March 27. His subject will
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Carson, of
Tom Nolin, Miss., arrived Sunday,
to be at the bedside of Mr. Carson's
father, Mr. Alex Carson, of No
Messrs. W. M.x Fair and R. R.
Riley and Mr. Riley's children, Emi
ly Fair and J. C, visited Miss
iCvelyn Fair Tbomas, at Livermore,
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Mur-
phree, of Owenebero, spent the
week-end with Mrs. Murphree's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Hol-
.Tauiee' S. C. White Leghorn the
fegg machine. Flyck headed by 'Fear-
rfc strain cock.- Ejrgs: 12.00 per 15;
' Mrs. O. B. Jajf.8, Poultry Farm,
6-12t . .' Ccntertown. Ky.
One team of 0; 3 uu'ea for sale
12-4t GEO. A. 'BARNES
- LOCAL. DASHES O
Neit Sunday is Easter.
i Is your subscription, due?
1 Mr.1 tf.'-A. Ralph was In Owens-
' Mr. W..H. Bean went to Horton
on business, Friday.
Mr. W. H. Bean made a business
trip to Matanza. Monday.
Seed Potatoes of all kinds at
WILLIAMS & TAXLOR 12-2t.
. Mr. W. J. Bean spent a few days
in Louisville, on business, last week.
- Miss Etta Holder spent Thursday
and Friday In Owensboro, shopping
" Mr. Albert . Cox, of Sulphur
Springs, was In this city, Saturday.
Mr. Cecil Tlchenor made a busi
ness trip to Graham, Ky., Wednes
Rev. T. T. Frasler will All his
' regular appointment at Goshen,
. Beat Sunday.
Several local Baptists attended the
Bible Institute at Beaver Dam Bap
tist church last week, -
Miss ' Elizabeth Moore spent Fri
day and Saturday ' visiting Miss
Hat tie Brack, of Owensboro.
We pay highest csa price for
eggs' and poultry.
7tf . ' W. E. ELLIS ft BRO.
Rev. Chester Stevens, of Louisville
was In this city, last week, attending
to soma "business matters.
1 Why pay more wnen you'ean buy
Lenord'a Bulk Garden Seed at
WILLIAMS ft TAYLOR, 11-21.
V , Mr. E. W. Smith, of Echols, visited
I klg son.Hon. C. E. Smith, and Mrs.
Hiuitb. Wednesduy aud Thursday.
Mrs. Betti Taylor spent Satur
day and Sunday wltn , Her alster,
Mrs. Lydla Miller, nsa Beaver Dam,
'.. Mrs. M. L.j McCracken witl cbjjd-
ren, will leave today for Louisville
where they will spea.l a week visit
Mr.. Arthur Leach linn accepted a
position with the Duncan Coal Co.
Graham, Ky. He left for the city,
Messrs. Heavria Douglas, of Bar
rett's Ferry, and Claud Quisenber
ry, of Olaton, were la this city, on
Mrs. Ellis Foster and son. Master
Ellis. Maddox, spent the week-end
with Mrs. Foster's sinter, Mrs. E. E.
Brown, and Mr. Brown, of Livermore.
Sir. Hlnton Leach, a student In
the University of Ky., will arrive
here, today, to spend Easter with bis
father, Prof. Henry Leach.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Iglebeart
will spend the summer months on the
farm. Tbey have made their home
here during the winter months.
Mrs. Step Sosh went to Sebree,
Ky., Thursday, where she attended
the funeral of Mr. Sosh's grand
child, Friday. She returned Friday
A big cut in the price of Eastman
Kodaks. Now is the best time to
make good pictures. '
J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler,
ll-2t Hartford. Ky.
Tomorrow night, Thursday March
24, the Juniors of Hartford High
School will present the play "Cran
berry Corners," at the High School
Fine new Typewriters on easy
pay plan,. Get It now, sixteen
Months to pay.
JAMES H. WILLIAMS,
8-6 1 " Hartford. Ky.
Miss Lelia Glenn, heaa of the
tnglifh Department in Central Citv
High School, spen the week-end
frith her parents, Judge and Mrs.
J. S. Glenn.
Miss Muriel Wilson, who is a stu
dent :'n Western Kentucky State
Normal School, spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J
Messrs. Parks ft Yeiser went to
Davidson, last week, where they
purchased of Mr. Roy Bennett, a
fine saidle and. harness horse at a
Start your little chickens off on
Pratts B-Jttrmilk Baby Chick
Food ami be afsured of raising them
For. sate "by '
12-2t WILLIAMS ft TAYLOR.
Mr. R. H. Whiting, of Evansvllle,
was in this city, Monday.
Mr. J. Prultt ,of Central City, waa
In this city, on business Monday. -
Attorney C. M. Crowe and little
son, Charles, will go to Louisville
nd Shelbyville, today.
Mr. John Johnson returned to
Decatur, Ala., Tuesday, after a brief
Itay with bis family here.
Misses Ernestyne Ralph and Kath
leen Tlchenor spent the week-end
with Dr. and Mrs. Lake, of Broad-
Mr. W. W. Cassel, representing
the Httriik Mfg. Co., Toledo, Ohio,
baa been In this city during the past
Dr. K. B. Pendleton and daugh
ter, Miss Emily, went to Louisville,
Tuesday, shopping. They will re
Attorney aud Mrs. W. H. Barnes
and Miss Mildred Stevenson went to
Louisville, Tuesday afternoon,
where Mr. Barnes will take some
County Agent M. L. McCracken
and Assistant Agent B. B. Mclnteer
have been in the Fordsville com
munity, this week, on bnsiness In
their line of work.
Thursday, Mar. 24
Saturday, Mar. 26
Both Great Western Stars
In Their Latest Prodution.
Comedy Each Night.
Admission only 20c.
You have been out a long time be on
hand early to see these great shows.
Look at the little la he) on your
paper and if it shows that you are
in arrears, please mail us a check or
money order for the necessary
amount. Duu't wait. You'll forget
Mr. William Savage will preach
at the Christian church next Sun
day, EASTE.l, morning and even
ing. His subject for the morning
service will be the Communion. The
public is cordially invited.
T!-v. R. E. Fuqna went to Pren
tiss and Cool Springs Saturday, ac
companied by Rev. E. L. Howerton,
State Evangelist. Rev. Howerton
filled Rev. Fuqua's appointment at
both places Saturday and Sunday.
. Dr. J. R. Plrtle went to Owens
boro, Saturday, where be attended
the ban j jet given by the Daviess
County Dental Association, Satur
Presiding Elder L. K. May, of
Owensboro, conducted quarterly
meeAng at the Hartford Methodist
church, Snday. A large audience
The stork visited Mr. and Mrs.
Ellia Cox on March the 14tb at
Beaver Dam, Ky., and left them a
baby boy .weighing eight pounds.
He bears the name Ellis Jr.
Mr. McDowell A. Fogle left yes
terday, for Indianapolis, Ind., where
be will spend the Easter period with
bis father, Hon. J. E. Fogle, sister,
Mrs. T. B. Petrle, and Mr. Petrie.
The Senior Class of Hartford
High School will present their an
nual play, entitled "The Dear Boy
Graduater" at the High School
auditorium, Thursday, March 31st.
at 7:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bean and little
daughter, who have been residing In
Louisville, during the past several
months, arrived here Friday after
noon, for an extended stay with Mr.
Bean's parents, Mr. and Mrs, T. H.
LOST Between Rockport and
Ecbols, Ky., one dog, white with
black spots, bull-dog- and , bound
mixed. Finder notify DINAH COX.
Paradise, Ky., and receive reward.
Mr. Otto C. Martin and faiaily will
move Into their, recently acquired
residence property on Main street
about April 1. The residence they
will vacate belongs to Mr. Martin'
father, Mr, R. B. Martin, Of Crom
well, who will move hare soon. . ..
Pratt's Buttermilk. Baby Chick
Food raise every good chick. ' It
won't prevent losses from accident,
but It doe prevent death from di
gestive trouble and the more com
mon chick diaorer which are to of
ten due to Improper feeding. Mail
order given prompt attention. .
WILLIAMS ft TAYLOR
"Your money back if you are not
DO IT NOW?
See ma , .
J. C. CASEBIER,
12-3 Hartford, Ky.
Misses Luurene Collins, of Cen
tral City, Kennedy and Mary War
ren Collinsn, of Louisville, will ar
rive Saturday to spend Easter with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T
Mr. Charlie King, after spending
three weeks with bis parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John King, of this city,
left Tuesday afternoon for Cairo
111., where he has accepted a posi
tion a linotype operator on a news
Mr. Powell Tlchenor, a student
In the University of Kentucky, will
arrive tonight or Thursday to spend
the Easter holidays with hi par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alney Tlchenor,
Mr. Leonard Wallace, who has
been residing ini Hull Texas until re
cently left a few days ago, for Den
ver, Colo., where he will spend two
months visiting friends. Upon his
return be intends to enter -business
The Board of Drainage Commis
sioners bold a meeting, Monday.
Commissioners S. T. Barnett, City
J. A. Bellamy, Wbitesville, R. 2.; V
C. Hocker, Beaver Dam and Secre
tary McDowell A. Fogle. city, were
1 Mr. Walter Wedding, who ha
teen attunding Bowling Green Busi
ness University for some time, re
turned, Thursday. His eye lave
been giving him some trouble and
be will not return to school for a
BIG PICTURE SHOWS
Glad News From Th
Creators of Style
To keep pace with the demands of the fashionable
set we are putting on display, eight new styles ie Silk
Blouses that have just been received from the Wirtiuor
wa-.il b-i-i : wif
ever woman can afford to have one In her wardrobe.
Materials are Crepe de Chine, Georgette aul Fiber
Those who arrive at the Bargain Square at the nrly
hours of tomorrow will have the advantage oi u wider
range for selection.
Every blouse carries with it a message of ansuraruxs
of style, quality aud workmanship.
We are the authorized distributors of Wirt Inn or
Garments in this city.
Carson & Co
Hartford, Ky. '
Maxie Tenbrook, the fine saddle
and harness stallion will make the
season of 1921, at Hartford fair
Also the high bred Jack. Loqg
Tom, will make the season of 1921
at the Fair grounds, Hartford, Ky.
12-tf. ' '
Public Sal Every Second and
Fourth Saturday In each month, we
will hold a Public Sale at the Court
house Square, Hartford, Ky. Bring
in anything you have to sell and we
will Dud you a buyer.
lltf Hartford, Ky.
Frank Pardon Owensboro,
for New watebe.
Tb bat pltct to bay your ipctv
U If at FlUNK PARDON!
1500 Times Each Day in the U.S. A.
the greedy hand of fire Bo!zes 6ome liouie, baru or pi. re.
How About Your Property?
Is it adequately Insured? Is it proierly eafegtiaidtidf
Every fire brings costly interruptions,
danger and inconvenience, that can
not he measured in dollars' and oentn.
The Continental Insurance Co.
furnishes iusurauoe of the highest grade. Coi ult
PARKS & YEISER, :n