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THS HARTFORD HZAALD '
O NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. O
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Farmers of this vicinity are busi
ly engaged In spring work.
alnce been out of rpalr and not flt
for service, but the ' good people
nate renewed tnelr courage ana
now hare them about repaired.
Farmers are making preparation
to pitch their cropa. ,
Norton Hunley delivered 1 tons
of har, Friday, in the vicinity of
Mrs.' Jaa. Kirk, of Clear Run, vls-( Echols at $35.00 per ton. He do
ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Uvcred some har, Saturday "at Rock
T. Hlmes, of this place, Thursday. port, for the Evansvllle market.
Mr. Jack Dawson has moved to!
lilvormore where he will make his
Mr. Lee Johnson, who has been
llrlng at Owensboro for the last
twelve months, has moved to his
home pi nee.
Mr. R. E. Hussey has purchased
a line team of young mules.
' Mr.- and Mrs. I C. Hoover were
the gueits of Mr. and Mrs. W. T,
E. L. Brooks and family visited
J. M. Hoover and family, Sunday.
Cicero and Llztle Wade visited
Mr.- Ones Wade, of Hartford, from
Saturday evening until Suuduy ev
The Bible Institute convened at
the B.-iptlst church 13th und was in
session one week. Some of the lead
ing preachers and educators of the
state were present and gave lec
tures on questions assigned them.
All things considered, it was an in
teresting meeting for the Baptists of
the county, as most of the Baptist
pastors were present. Those in at
tendance from out in the state were:
Eldcis C. I. and E. C. Stevens,
brothers, Louisville; Elder O.
Shultz, Owensboro; Prof. M.
Adams. Georgetown; Frof. Geo
Dasher, Kussellvillc, and Prof. J.
Esq. :5am Stevens lias sold
home on Main Etrect to J. Will
Cooper and has purchased a house
and lot of Mr. Frank Canobier on
Fourth and Broad street. Mr. J.
Will Cooper erected the first busi
ness house built in Beaver Dam af
ter the town was laid off in 1871.
The liouso was burned when the big
Are orrurred nine years ago. He
and Mr. W. A. Austin are the only
people living In Beaver Dam that
went in business when the town
was laid off.
John Taylor attended the funeral
of Mr. Ellis Coleman last week. Mr.
Coleman died in a hospital at Lou
isville. Mrs. Clifford Taylor, after hav
ing spent a month with her hus
band's father und mother, Mr. and
Mrs. II. D. Taylor, returned to her
home In Minn.
Miss Era Render spent the week
end 'with her brothr, Edward Ren
der, who is In a hospital in Louis
Mr. and Mrs. I.. Ilairil, of Central
City, ure visiting Mrs. Buird's fath
er and mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Miss Daves, of Louisville,
was visiting In tho homo of hef-
brother, Ttev. C. C. Daves, the past
An iutant child of Charlie Hunter
died Sunday. After funeral ser
vices conducted by Rev. R.. E. Fu-
qua, of Hartford, the remains were
interred In the cemetery here, Mon
day evening. The bereaved parents
have the profoundest sympathy of
the entire community.
K. D. Byers and wife went to
Evansvllle, last Friday, returning
Miss Bessie Carter, of Ceralvo,
spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mrs. Alvin Rowe, who has been
on the sick list for several weeks, is
better at this writing.
Mrs. I. A. Vincent went to Madl
sonville, last Friday.
F. J. Jenney returned, Saturday,
from Florida, where he spent the
Rev. R. A. Barnes, of Livermore,
filled his regular appointment, here
at the BaptUt church, last Saturday
Mrs. O. K. Rowe, of, Louisville.
spent a few days here the guest of
her mother, Mrs. O. B. Bosket, last
Mrs.Jno. Bell und children, of
Hartford, spent Saturday and Sun
day the guests of relatives here.
H By ELIZABETH M. LKC
KEV.HTO.-SK CHAI'TKR XO. 110
It. A. M. HOLDS MEETING
An interesting meeting of Key
stone Chapter No. 110 R. A. M. was
held last Friday night. The princi
pal work of the evening was con
ferring the Royal Arch degree on
four candidates. Among
present were: Messrs.
& 110. br McClnr Nwpr sjmdlMU.1
When Susan Mary Smith became
Susnn Mury Evans, or, as she pre
ferred It, Mrs. I'eter, pretty nearly
everything was changed, as well as
her name. She hud always thought
Uinsvllle was a darling place to live,
but now that they had come to West
Circnliuld, she was not quite so sura
about anything, for In West Qrenfleld
everything was different.
Of course, there was Teter, always
there was dear I'eter, but even Peter
of lute had begun to change. He
was preoccupied iind nbsent-mlnded,
and ns long as she could Susan Mary'
loyally excused It on the grounds that,
of course, the otllce manager of the
biggest bnkery for miles around would
have to be absent-minded. If ha dldu't
have a worried, careworn expression,
argued Susan Mary determinedly, ho
wouldn't be working, and If he weren't
working, he wouldn't be thinking about
wlint happiness he could bring her. :
So It was nil for her, she thought
defiantly, until one awful dny when
she was tidying Peter's desk In the
uen, a bit of won!; ho particularly
adored. Sorting out the envelopes of
different sizes, she had dropped a bit
of p:per with n scribble of Peter's
writing on It. She rend It once, twice,
nnd even a third time, and each time
her world got blacker, for the writing
on the paper suld:
Now who could Lavlnln Brand be!
Susnn Mary sat down on the uncom
fortable edge of a chair and thought
i nud thought, uin the more she
thought, the more certain she became.
For up In Ilinsville there was a fam
ily by the name of Brandt, and one
of the daughters hail gone to school
with her. What could be more nat
ural than In these days of antl-every-thlng
that sounded German the family
hud dropped the obnoxious "t" and
become plain Brand? And that girl
her name begun with L, she was sure.
Lucrctla, Leonora what was It? !
"I'm p-p-posltlve It's Lavlnla," wall- 1
visitors oil .Susan Mary, nnd with a sudden, j
Martin ' fl,'IV' little costuro she tore the offend- ;
In-,' slip of paper In a hundred pieces.
Moure. Richard Neal. H. N. Shoul.
K. B. Moulding, W. C. Bell, Wilbur! Thl'n one morning a bit of paper
Rhoads und Ray Fortuey, all of' M "t ofu reter's coat pocket as he
MRS TAYLOR ENTERTAINS
pulled out his handkerchief, nud Susan
Mary, picking It up, inquired innocent
ly as to what It wuh, knowing perfect
ly well thut It was "That Name."
With an expression almost guilty
I'eter snatched It and crammed It back
In his pocket, hurriedly telling Susnn
Mary thnt It was nothing at all and
Mrs. John Taylor entertained the
Black Cat Club at her residence
lust Saturday afternoon. After a
series of games of Five Hundred, a It was very late and he must hurry or
large table was set for luncheon, he would miss the car.
Miss Winnie Simmerman won the The climax came that afternoon
prize offered the best Five Huudredl "ben Peter called up und told her
Miss Mary Ethel Evorley, of
Rockport, und Miss Bessio Russell,
of EcV.ols, spent from Saturday un
Hl Tuesday with Miss Everley's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ever
ley. Uisses Mary and Grade Staples,
of Nelson, spent Sunday and Mon
day with friends here.
Mrs. Ida Barnard and children
have returned home after spending
several days In Hartford.
Mrs. J. H. Wood is visiting relatives-
Miss Ora Everley has returned
home after being the guest of Miss
Mary Staples, of Nelson, a few days,
Mr. P. L. Wood was In Hartford,
Mrs. Drusilla Barnard was In
Hartford a few days, last week.
Mr. Glenn Muddox, of Center
town, speut from Suturday until
Tuesday with his grandmother, Mra.
V?. D. Barnard and other relatives.
Mra. Luther Faugbt baa returned
home after being the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mra. Clellao
Withrome, of near Ceutral City.
Miss Bessie Carter la visiting at
Saveral from here attended the
baptising at Nelson, Sunday.
Mr. Morgan Elders died March
20th and waa burled here the fol
lowing day. He loaves a wife and
wo children, Mra. Hlpsley Rlggs
ad Mr. Ernest Elders, both of this
Mar. SI. Aunt Kit Taylor la
thnt he was bringing Mr. .Grnyson to-
supper. Mr. Grayson was the mun
ajfer, und Peter worshiped him.
Of course everything went beauti
fully. Susun Mury wus too proud to
let Mr. Grayson know that there had
been any suspicion of coldness be
tween Peter and herself, and she was
honey-sweet to both the men. Peter
wns a bit puzzled, for the atmosphere
For your Information we have a ! of late had been decidedly frigid, and.
Babcock Tester. We will be glad to . manlike, he put the crowning touch
test your cows to see If you are' Pn It all. As Mr. Grnyson was
keeping boarders or producers and ,eavln l el v". ,w
Those other than members pres
ent were: Mesdames Henderson
Murpl-ree, Owensboro, A. C. Porter
a.id J. B. Tappan, city.
WILL A CREAM SEPA-
If you will bring us a sample of
! with htm, and stood talking In a low
voico Imt not nulte so low but what
your skimmed milk we will show Susan Mary
hear the manager's
you that if you are keeping as many: V0Ce.
as three cows you can pay for a I ..And Lavlnla Brand?" And then
Separator in less than a years time Peter's voice, worried, hasty "For
with the cream that you feed to your i heaven's sake my wife doesn't know
pigs and calves. anything about thatl"
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, Qult convinced that her heart waa
SHARPLES SEPARATOR AGENTS. broken' Susan Mar 8tUl blded her
II.OI UnrttrA fo I time.
. . . v . w . v. , ..j . , 1 . .
the bits at paper floating around 'ev
erywhere, and she waa really very
rnlm and cool and collected when Pe-
We take this means of cordially t Cttned her up and told; her that he-
inviting everyone who can to wor
ship with Hartford Baptist church,
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Spe
cial Easter sermon by paster; sub
ject: "A Grave la a Garden,". Spe
cial music by Hartford male quar
tette. RUSSELL WALKER. Pastor.
FARM LOA.V NOTICE
was bringing Lavlnla Brand home that
"Yes, I remember her," said Susan
Mary sweetlyk and was rewarded by 9
burst of' luuglner from the other end,
and, "Oh, Lordl You remember herf
and then the receiver clicked aggra
vatlngly. But Peter came alone. Onjy he car
rled a bundle, which he waved at her
as ah stood on the piazza, and then,
wondering at the exultation In hi
Farmers desiring long-time Loans face, she felt herself picked up bodily
at a low rate of Interest, under Gov-1 in Ma arms, and heard only , a con
eminent supervision, can now ob-( fused "Darling I Lavlnla Brand
tain them under the provisions of success fortune's made" before she
the Federal Farm Loan Act. which ' bad sense enough to disengage herself
ha. recently been declared Con.tI- nd
tutlonal 1 by the United State. Su- ,
preme Court. Application, on land wvmg tne paekage
in Ohio County must ba made tgalni tn(1 unen Mt last they were
through The Hartford National Mfey indoors ha opened It. talking
Farm Loan Asaoclation. Applies- all the while. "You see, Grayson want
tlon Blanks will be ready la a short ed some other line besides Jdst bread
time. Notice of exact date on and nl rIIa nd 1 Mnt P t0 mother for
after which application can ba re- reclP nUtow used to
m v,o 1.,.. ,h k make you know, dear? and when
the local papera.
Mcdowell a. fogle.
aha seat It back, and they enlarged It
we had to have aomo kind of a nam.
for them, and because It waa aba who
did It, I took her name, and w called
them Lavlnla Brand you know bar
name Is Lavlula. And wo were scared
atUf that the other chap, would get
Four cood work horses for sale, bold of It somehow, and wo had to
ory low of Inflrmltle. Incident to worked every day through tho win- kseP " ucn eOTet I couldn't oven
Id age and not expected to live Ur. Tough, r,ady for rarm work. tell you about It, and I've been eo
R. L. DEVER,
long. I Price reasonable,
Arthur Johnson la all amilee. It U-tf
ShtMfi farv fluffi tiA ipml amnnfl
Hartford, Ky. neck Wd ber face on
shoulder. "Ob, Peter," aha cried, "to
Mail and Phone Or
ders receive prompt,
Our , windows dis
plays are always Investing.
These Shoes Are To
Tell a Tale
They speak tbe'taete
and discrimination of
the wearer. They
speak of correctness of
style, of thorough work
. mauship and fiuish,
they tell good words of
. comfort and protec
tion. We do the rest
and see that each pur
chaser receives a per
Special attention giv
en to the fitting of
Special attention giv
en to the fitting of
The very newest in Men's Oxford and Shoes. We are exclusive ag
ents for Florshelm Edwin Clapp and Knox Shoes and Oxfords.
"Blouse" is a Misleading
Soubriquet For the
"When we say that a charming new col- '
lection of blouses is now on display, no
woman can visualize the exquisite gar
ments that are here to be seen, for auy
thought of- blouses that have been seen
before simply misleads the imagination (
In reference to these just newly created.
Made from soft, supple materials. The d
modes are like clinging draperies folded
to each individual figure. There is none
of the old conventionali8ni---each seems
so personally designed for the wearer
so stylish." ' ' -
You can buy a dainty Voile Blouse for as low as tl.00, or
an elaborate model dtveloped In Crepe de Chine and
trimmed in the new Hardiug Blue for $19.50.
Good Tailoring Makes a Suit
Many .Women Have Found That Out
And that la why they are not aatlfled with anything short of tho
best. These chic straightllne Sults.ioma trimmed with braid, other,
richly embroidered or set off by aaahea are uncommonly distinctive.
Shouldere and aleevea (It snugly. Fabric, and finishing are perfect.
Whichever way one studies them they are 100 per cent right. In navy
blue, pewter gray and velour checks, " '
Prices range from $14.95 to $99,50
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r . ; Incorporated
OWENSBORO, Where Courtesy Reigua. KENTUCKY
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