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For The Ladies
Oxford and. Strap ' Slippers, 94.00 U $10.00.
Silk Hose, all shades, $1.00 to $8.80.
Georgette j Blouse, $4.03 to $10.00.
811k Dreuea, $15.00 to $85.00.
House Dresses, $1.00 to $2.80.
Middy Blouses, $1.23 to 93.80..
611k Teddies, $2.50 to $3.50.
Silk Underskirts, $4.00 to $6.00.
Silk Camisoles, $1.00 to $2.80.
Corsett, $1.50 to $3.50,
Combination Suits, 60c to $2.50.
Silks, all shades, $1.75 to $3.00 yard.
Fancy Voiles, 50c, 75c and $1.00 yard. .
Crepe De Chine, $2.00 yard.
Shirting Silks, SO . inch wide, $1.00 yard.
Soft Silks, 50c to $1.00 yard. ' -
Ladies' Hats $1.50 to $10.00.
Brown and Black oxforis, $3.00, $7.80 and $10.00
Men Silk Sox, $1.00 to $1.50.
Men's Lisle Rox, 50c to 75c
611k Shirts, $5.00 to $.00.
Men's Soft Shirts, $1.50 to $4.00.
Wash Ties, 25c.
Silk Ties, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
Union Suits, $1.00.
Men's Suits, $20.00, $25 00, $30.00 and $35.00
Panama Hats, $4.00, $3 00 and $0.00.
Yacht Hats, $2.50, $3.0), $4.00 and $5.00.
Sox Supporters, 25c, 83 and 50c.
Men's Belts, 50c to $2.53.
Suspenders, 50c, 75c an I $1.00.
Men's Caps, $1.50, $2.33 and $3.00.
Only suggestions. Call and see our lines. Courteous salespeople
to wait on you. We wan't yoir business, and invite comparison.
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ft LOCAL DASHU8 O
Get your SEED CORN from .
l-4t W. E. ELLIS c BRO.
Mr. J. K. Tinsley was a pleasant
caller at this office Friday. '
Good seed corn for sale.
18-2t JOE HAMLETT, Hartford", Ky
Mr. Ellis Mitchell, of DundeeT
was in Centertown, Saturday.
Mr.'W. T. Tate has disposed of
his restaurant business at McHenry.
Mrs. W. H. Albritton, of Mayfleld,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. O. T.
. ' Burns.
Mr. Elvis Magan, of the Cedar
Grove vicinity, was In Hartford,
Mr. Allison Nabors, of Olaton, R.
F. D. No. 1, was an appreciated
Mr. perry Render, of Equality,
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Plenty of Red Spot Paint and
Varnish Stains at ACTON BROS.
Mrs. M. M. Tanner, or Ports
mouth, Ohio, arrived Friday to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Mrs. Loa White, of Horse Branch,
is attending the Southern Baptist
convention, at Chattanooga, this
For Rugs such as the Argentine,
Axminster, Tapestry, Brussells and
19-2t. ACTON BROS,
Mr. Charlie Butler, a prominent
young business man of Shreve, has
been In Evansville on-, business, the
past few days.
Mr. Nick Schapmlre, of Bloomlng-
tqn, Illinois, returned home last
week, after visiting his father, Mr
j Chris Schapmlre.
I John Gaines Lloyd, of near New
I Bayrous, - known throughout the
! county as "Tumpy," has been quite
ill for several days.
Mr. John Cook, of Crofton, Ken
tucky, has been appointed assistant
agent at the local depot. .
.Mr. Archie Mitchell, of near Ola-
ton, left Saturday, for a visit with
his brother, Arthur, and family in
Mr. I. H. Thomas, Pro-Tem Edi
tor 'of the Republican, spent the
week-end In Central City.
Mr. T. P. Fentress, Barretts Fer
ry, made the Herald an appreciated
call while In town Friday.
Among ye editor's welcome visi
tors during the past week have been
Dr. J. L. Smith, Centertown.
Mr. L. 0. Barrett. Managing Edi
tor of the Herald, visited his moth
er at Barrett's Ferry, Friday.
Mr. E. L. pennett, of Beda, was
in town on business Friday and
gave the Herald force a treat.
The Woman's Club bad a very In
teresting meeting Saturday after
noon with Mrs, J. H. B. Carson.
Don, wita Mrs, j.
MY, J. W. O'Bi
Hie, arrived hsr
I'Bannon, of Russell-
vllle, arrived here Friday to visit
relatives, being Joined next day by
Mrs. O'Bannon. who bad been visit
ing her father, near Select. ' They
returned borne Saturday afternoon..
Mr. Babe May, who had been vis
iting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8.
S. May, for a few days, returned to
Madi8onvllie last week.
Mr. M. B Barnard,' who, had been
vUiting friends id the county for
several days, returned to his home
at Tom Nolin, Mississippi, last
Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Good
In, May 1st.' at Charleston, Mo., a
girl, name Anne. Mrs. Goodln Is a
daughter of Capt. and Mrs. S. K.
Dr. 3. A. Duff, of Dundee, wil
leave for Boston, Massachusetts,
the first of next month to take a
postgraduate course' In Physical
Intrrnational Cultivatora-It take
a man to operate other cultivators,
but any eight or tea year old child
can operate the International. It
has I shovels and 1 disc blllers. It
has no equal. The price 1s right.
17-it W, B. ELLIS 4 BRO.
Davenettes and Davenette Sets at
ACTON BROS. J-2t
Mr. 3. I. Goodman, of the Herald
force, spent the week-end with rela
tives In Owensboro.
Mrs. Rachel Shults is making an
extended visit with her sister, Mrs.
J. O. McKlnney, of Beaver Dam.
Mr. Charles Lnnsford and family
left Friday afternoon for Martwlck,
where they will make their future
Mr.sAlbert Cox, of Sunnydale, has
returned from Louisville, where be
attended the Camp Zachary Taylor
Mr. A. P. Bos well, one of the
leading farmers of the , Dundee vi
cinity, has purchased a Fordson
Cair on H. D. ESTES for High
Class Taxi service. Cumberland
phone No. 89;- Farmers' phone No.
73. Hartford, Ky.
Mrs. .W. W. Lloyd, of the New
Baymus vicinity, has been quite ill
of rheumatism for several days hut
Is considerably better at this writing.
Mr. John A. Johnson, Superin
tendent for the Bond Tie Co., with
headquarters near Decatur, Ala., is
spending a few days with his faml
Mr. Clyde Landers, of Harris-
burg, Ark., is making an extended
visit with his grandmother, Mrs. R,
R. Wedding, and Judge Wedding,
of this city.
Mr. Charles Lunsford has sold
his restaurant business on Main
Street to Mr. Loney Minton. Mr,
Mlnton's son, James, will probable
be in charge.
Miss Lizzie Burton is ill of pneu
monia at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Thurman Keown, of Central
City, where she has been visiting
for several days.
Mrs. Henry Gillim, of the New
Baymus vicinity, lost several dozen
young chickens last week when she
gave them feed with which salt bad
been accidentally mixed.
Mr. James H. Williams and son,
J. Barbour, were in Louisville- last
week in attendance at a stockhold
ers' meeting of. the Rexall company
They returned home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wallace, of
Hull, Texas, are visiting relatives
and old neighbors in the county,
They will return to their home
about the middle of the month.
The first donation to the Old
Kentucky Home Fund reported to
us was that of the Woman's Club of
Hartford, which at a recent meet
ing voted $5.00 for that purpose.
Mr. T. W. Hart, Appraiser for the
Federal Land Bank of Louisville,
was in Hartford and vicinity Friday
and Saturday inspecting the farms
of applicants for Federal Farm
Shorthorn Bulls, Cows in Calf
and Duroc Hogs for sale. Very
best blood lines. Satisfaction
guaranteed. J. M. HOWARD SON,
Prop. The Howard Farms, Glen
Dean, Ky. 18-8tp.
Messrs. John H. and Frank Bar
nes, President and Vice President,
respectively, of the Beaver . Dam
Deposit Bank, were in town on busi
ness Friday afternoon and were
welcome callers at the Herald office.
FOR SALE Southern Queen and
Nancy Hall sweet potato slips. 25c
per hundred at house Send post
age. J. A. NELSON,.
18-4t . McHenry, R. 1.
Centertown Tel, Exchange.
Mr. W. M. Fair left Tuesday for
Chattanooga, Tenn.. to attend the
Southern Baptist Convention, which
will beg(n on the 13tb. inst. Mr.
Fair will visit his brother, McDowell
Fair and family while In the
Miss Mary Rowe returned last
Wednesday from the Sunny South
where she spent the winter. While
away she visited her nephews,
Messrs. Clarence Fields, of New Or
leans. Ernest Fields, DeRldder, La.,
and Joshua Fields, of Dallas, Texas.
Rough River Lodge No. 110,
Knights of Pythias held an interest
ing meeting at Castle Hall the first
Tuesday night, putting on the Rank
of Esquire. - A number of applica
tions for membership are .on file
and the prospects for a genuine
Pythian revival are excellent.
Miss May Smith and brother, El
lis, attended the home coming at
Cleaf Run, Sunday.
Bro.' William Savage filled, his
regular appointment at the Fords
ville Christian church, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tlchenor, of
near Beaver Dam, spent the day
last Tuesday with Judge and Mrs. J.
Mr. J. A. Johnson returned to
Lis work near Decatur, Alabama,
Monday.' He was accompanied by
his son, Tony.
Among Hartford citizens wiio at
tended the Kentucky Derby, were
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins, Mr. L..
T. Riley an; Mr. T. G. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Alney Tlchenor will
leave, Friday, for Lexington, to vis
It for a few days their son, Edward
Powell, who is attending the Uni
versity og Kentucky.
Rev. and Mrs. Russell Walker
spent from Friday afternoon until
Monday morning with Mrs. Walk
er's sister, Mrs. Wm. Lyons, and Mr.
Lyons, of McQuady, Ky. Rev.
Walker preached at McQuady, Sunday.,
For One and Two Row Corn
Planters, Riding Cultivators, Riding
Plows. Be sure to write F0RD3
VILLE PLANING MILL CO., Fords
ville, Ky., for their special bargain
Price. These prices are Interesting.
Mr. Simon Smith, the hustling
show manager and insurance man,
of Fordsville, has been casting a
book in the waters of Rough at The
Cliff near Barrett's Ferry, the past
few days, but reports that the finny
tribe, are very elusive at this time,
Mitchell, Renfrow and Muffett, of
Dundee, shipped a car load of hogs
to Louisville, Saturday. We are in
formed that practically all of them
weighed over 250 lbs. each and
that this was the best lot of hogs
shipped from that place, In many
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin, who
lived here for a number or years,
but have been residing at Crom
well, for some time, have returned
to Hartford and are occupying their
old borne on Clay street. Tbelr
many friends extend to them a wel
" Mr.' 'McDowell A. Fogle went to
Louisville Tuesday on business. He
will probably go on to Indianapolis
to visit his father, Judge J. E. Fo
gle and bis sister, Mrs. T. B. Petrie,
If the weather permits. Judge Fo
gle, who is much improved in health
will accompany his son on bis
Among the delegates attending
the Methodist Conference at Lewis-
burg last week were: Rev. and
Mrs. H. S. Gilette, Mrs. Cora .Bean
and Mr. John Magan, Dundee; Mr.
Jas. T. Davis, Marvin's Chapel; Mrs
W. O. Reid and Mr. Davis,
Horse Branch and Miss Benton, of
The smoke and flames from a
pile of straw accidentally Ignited in
the rear of Likens ft Leach's store
on Main Street caused an alarm of
Are to be given late Thursday after
noon. The volunteer lire depart
ment was on hand in a Jiffy and the
flames were extinguished without
Local friends and relatives have
received announcements of the re
cent marriage of Mr. William Moore
to Miss Marjory Foertmeyer, at
Bellevue, Ky. Mr. Moore Is a son
of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Moore, for
mer Hartford residents, and is well
and favorably known here. His
many local friends wish for him
and bis bride the utmost happiness.
WANTED 'Men or Women to
take orders among friends and
neighbors for the genuine guaran
teed hosiery, full line for men
women ; and children! Eliminates
darning. We pay 75c an hour
spar time, or 838.00 a week for
full time. Experience unnecessary.
Write International Stocking Mills,
Nocristown, Pa. 19-10t.
Rev. T. T. Ftaaier, Messrs. W. J.
Bean and Ellis Foster, city, and Mr.
Sadie Bean, Goshen, returned from
Lewisburg Friday afternoon where
they bad been representing their
respective churches at the District
Conference of the Methodist Episco
pal Church, South. Bro. Frailer
preached the opening sermon at the
Conference and Bishop Collins Den
ny was present and made an ad
dress. The delegate report a good
attendance and, a most Inspiring
For complete expression of individuality in. dress, women aae
today turning to home-sewing to a greater extent than ever.
The dress economy which home-sewing makes, possible will ap
peal to every woman to whom thrift is an Incentive. We are w
showing a wide and varied Una of LaPorte Dress FaVies for ffl
kinds of Spring and Summer garments. If you are now plaaaiwr
a ney suit, dress or frock for Spring, you should come in sum)
look over the splendid fabrics we have in stock.
Carson & Co
Oliver Disc Cultivators .$00.00
Oliver Shovel Cultivators 60.00
J. I. C. Disc Cultivators ... . . . . . 00.00
J. I. C. Shovel Cultlator 00.00
Manure Spreaders . . 170.00
Sulky Plows 05.00
Double Shovel 0.00
Rounder Plows 0.00
5-tooth Cultivators 0.00
' 12x18 Disc Harrowj ... 50.00
10x18 Disc Harrowj 48.00
3 H. P. Gas Engine 100.00
ltt H. P. Gas Engine 05.00
Karges 2 Wagon 120.00
F. A. Ames Buggies i, Duiker Buggies, Standard Buggies.
Buggy Harness, Wa;on Harness, Piece Goods, Plow
Gear, Army Harnesi, Saddles and Bridles, and etc. too
numerous to price.
Beaver Dam, - Kentucky
Corn Planters, one and two row.
Riding Plows; Walking Plows.
Farm Electric Light Plants.
TF you are Interested la any of theBO or other ito
that we carry, Just write ub a' Post Card and we
will give you epecl.il price by rcturu mail. TliJs may
mean a nice eaviug to you.
FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO.
JAKE WILSON, Manager. FORDSVILLE, KY.