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THE HARTFORD HERALD
Will do the work, today that $20 or $25 would do last year.
We are making up a big fifteen dollar offering that will save
many dollars to the people who are the lucky ones to pick the
plums. What are we going to do? That's the question.
One lot Men'B Suits; only 29 of these sulti; only one or two of a kind. Former
price on, these, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00. Clean up price $ 1 5.00
If your size is in this .lot grab it quick. '
. " One lot Ladies' Suits, Blue, Black, Gray; former prices 20, $22.50 and $25.00.
: Out they gochoice $ I 5 OO
Only thirteen of these suits, but when you see the price and goods you won't be
afraid of the unlucky number. - '
' Only seven very.high-grade Spring Coats, very latest styles; worth in any large
city $20 to $25, will let 'em slip at only......... ' SI 5.00
All the above lots will represent a loss to us, but we can take
" a loss and smile. The people stood the advance three years.
.. It's not our time-to kick now, when we take a few thousand
in losses. Come see us hand them out and smile all the time.
Our big business creates these short lots, odds and ends. We
also have in regular stock all other grades of higher price
Our New Millinery Department
is pleasing the people and saving them a lot of money. We
are just as good on this as any other line. Everything in this
line is absolutely this season's goods.
You can't know what $ 1 5 will do 'till you see us.
J.T.VINSON & SONS,
Beaver Dam, Ky.
f j III
. Timothy hay and corn for sale.
13-4t O. T. BURNS.
Mr. J. J. Blankenshlp, of Taylor
Mines, was in this city, Wednesday.
Furniture and Queenaware.
J. D. WILLIAMS' SONS.
Mr. O. M. Bishop and wife, of
Centertown, spent Monday In Lou la
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hoover have
moved into their residence on Clay
street recently purchased from A.
We are prepared to fill all orders
for fertilizer. See ns for your
needs. W. E. ELLIS & BRO
Mr. Chester Leach returned lust
week from Dawson Springs after
spending a week in that resort for
the benefit of his health.
Oliver Chilled and Vulcan Chilled
Plows an.! repairs. See us, we can
save you money.
14-4t W. E. ELLIS & BRO.
Mtes-'S Louise Lunsford and Beu
lah Mint'in, spent last Sunday with
Mr. an.l Mrs. James Minton, of
If in not(i of a fitoras-3 Battery,
buy the Ray, with a written guaran
tee for two years. Sold by
14-2t HARTFORD MOTOR CO.
Mr. ami Mrs. C. E. All.-ii, of Mt.
Vernon, 111., after a visit with nela-
tives at Beaver Dam, Bowling Green
and Cromwell, returned to their
home last week.
The Hartfor Herald, $1.50 the Year.
Almost every day adds to our Millinery De
partment something new, and this week, as
usual, we are placing on sale some extraordina
ry values in the very latest creations in head
wear. Call and see them. Glad to show you.
Not only your head, but your feet must share
alike, if you are daintily clad. We have all the
ntw Slippers in Kid, Suede, Calf stock both
Straps, PumpB and Oxfords. Colors, browns
and blacks. Prices ranging from
$4.00 to $10.00
i LOCAL DASHliS O
Turner is on the
Mr. C. O. Hunter was in Owens
boro cd bumnem, Thursday.
Hercules and Dtilker Buggies
J. D. WILLIAMS' SONS. 15-tf.
Mr. Tom Hanley, of Clear Run,
recently lout a line young mule.
See us for. your Tractor Oil.
l4-2t HARTFORD MORTOR CO.
Mr. McDowell A. FogJe upent
Friday In LouiHville, on business.
of old mules for sale.
GEO. A. BARNES.
when you see
We are sure you will want one
the wide range of patterns-
than laBt season's patterns and much lower in
price. Call and see them.
McCall Patterns carried In stock, and
courteous salesladies to assist you
in your selections.
Mr. Arthur Leach, of Graham,
Ky., spent Sunday in this city.
If It la White Mule you are Wok
ing for, we have it.
J4-2t HARTFORD MOTOR CO.
Mr. Beve McConnell, of Sim
mons, is upending the week In Hartford.
Messrs. W. H. Herrlngtoa and
John Meadows were In McHenry,
We pay highest
eggs and poultry.
7tf W. B
casn price for
ELLIS at BRO.
We will have a oar of Fertilizer
in a few days. Special prices on 1 6
per cent Add Phosphate and To
bacco Grower for cash
Get in on these prices.
14-tf. W. E. ELLIS & BRO
xt car .door.
Maiie Tenbrook, the fine saddle
and harness Ftallion will make the
season of 1921, at Hartford fair
Also the high brod Ja-K, Long
Tom, will make the season of 1921
at the Fair ground.-", Hartford, Ky.
PLANTS FOR ti.UK, IN SEASON,
POSTPAID -Cabage, J. Wakefield-F
Dutch, 10035.-; 200 60c; 500
11.40. Tomato, Eao-liana-Beefsteak
tc, 12 20.-; 25 35c; 60 60c;
lOif $1.00. Sweet Potato, Nancy
Hall, 30040. ; 300 $1.00.
E. M. MORTON.
13-4t Centertown, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Foster accom
panied their little eon, Ellis Mad
dux, to Owensboro, Wednesday,
where he underwent an operation
at the City Hospital, for tonsil itis.
They returned the same day and
the little fellow is recovering nicely.
High grade Phospuate 16 to 18
per cent, $1.00 per 100 lbs.
Corn and wheat Grower,
per 100 lbs.
Tobacco Grower, $2 00 per 100
Tobacco Grower, $2.00 per 100 lbs.
Cash at the car. Mail your or
ders to D. L. D.SANDEFUR,
South Main St., Beaver Dam,
Beaver Dam, Kentucky
Friday, April 15, 1921
"Little Red Riding Hood"
This Is the last of the pictures contracted for and exhibited hr h
P. T. A., proceeds of which go for the benefit of our school. Thi
velous child classic acted entirely by children will not fail to Wwe.
you. The story will be told by Miss Lncretia Buekener, ono of -war
High School girls. After this the picture will be exhibited.
You cannot afford to miss this wholesome entertainment. Sww
the children and come.
There will also be a funny comedy.
ADMISSION 20 CENTS
Saturday, April 16, 1921
Von all know TOM MIX. See him in
Also a Comedy.
Admission l"1 Outs
Go I i I
in for Style
Men who know style are particular about fit.
Well-fitting shoes give the whole body poise.
That is why men of good taste like Walk-Over
shoes. They are so carefully made, the materials
in them so well chosen, that more men everyday
are coming to know there is no bigger money's
worth in shoes.
Public 'Sl tvery 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 wo
will find you a buyer.
. PARKS YEISER.
lltf Hartford, Ky.
Miss Helen Barnett spent the
week-end with relatives in Owensboro.
We have field fence, rabbit fence,
poultry fence and barbed wire fence.
lS-4t. W. 1. ELLIS ft BRO.
. Mrs. A.
D. Kirk ha been visiting
in Louisville for several
and John Deere Iraple
J. D. WILLIAMS 80NS.
Mrs. ' Nael Taylor, of Cromwell,
is visiting her father and mother,
Mrs. Geo. Baltsell. .
South corner Mam Street, Beav
er Dam, Ky. .
J. D. WILLIAMS' SONS. 15-tf.
Ice delivery will fctart April 1.
Please have your refrigerators
ready and do not have the delivery
boy waiting. Have your ice cards
up if you want ice. If you haven't
any card get one from delivery boy.
Will do strictly a cash business.
Five per vent discount where you
buy coupon books.
ELLIS ICES CO.,
13-St Hartford, Ky.
For New watches,
The best place to Duy your specta
cles la at FRANK PARDON" t,
Or trade; five passenger Buiik
car in good condition. Call on JAS.
T. RALPH, Beaver Dui, Ky., J4-3tp
DRESSY AND STYLISH I (: r I
A dressy shoe displaying V I
exquisite USU In form and ?vw S
finish. A gentleman's shoe f" i f
with pleasing details of re- r3E2JW fi " 1
fin.m.nt. See the leather J W I
and the quality -.-i" ,
of workmanship ' j i i
jy$5 to$io i
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
Flooring, Ceiling, Sheeting, Laths, Weatherboardin&
Shingles, Fluishiiig Boards, Molding, Metal and Fdfr
Iloofiug, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints. ,
Write u for .rlcn. We make prompt hlpninta.
' F0RD3VILLE PLANING MILL CO.
JAKE WILSON, Manager. . KOKDSV1LLE, KY.
Si nice Farm and
Driving Horses and
Marea, from 5 to f.7
years. P'rced to sell.
E. E. Birkhead,
Miss Leila Glenn has returned to
her work as bead of the English de
partment of Central City High
School, after spending the week-end
with her parents, Judge and Mrs.
J. S. Glenn, of this city.
James' 8. C. White Leghorns, the
egg machines. Flock headed hy 'Ft-ar-ri'
strain cock. Kgg: 2.00 wx 15;
6 per 60; 110 er luO.
Mw. O. B. Jamich, Poultry Farm,
5-1 Vt Centertown, Ky.
DO IT NOW?
, ' See mn
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