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TMI HARTFO-3 HERALD
. Mies Helen Harnett spent Friday
with Mrs. Birnlce Frost, of Mogg,
Miss Carrie McKenney. of Sim
mons, . Is visiting friends In this
'Squire T, A, Evans, of Fords-
vine, was In town Tuesday oa busl-, I
Mr. Barnett Sullenger has re
turned from an extended stay in
Miss Helei Barnett has been 111
Mr. Oscar Bennett has returned,
to his borne here after a year spent
at Kentucky State. I
the past day or two but is better at
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Render are
Miss Leila. Glenn spent a few
days last week as the guest of Miss
Anna Barnes at Beaver Dam.
rpendlng a few days with Mr. H. B
Taylor and family, of Prentiss.
Amdfekeag Apron Ginghams . 1 5c
Best Table Oil Cloth 35c
Hope Bleach- : 15c
Yard-wide Domestic 10c
50c Bedticking ..35c
50c Percals- ..25c
Men's pest Overalls $ 1 .45
Men's blue Shirts ..69c
Athetotic Union Suit9 $ 1 ,00
$2.00. Wash Pants $1.50
Jf Boy's $ 1 .50 Wash Pants ($1.00
Ladie's $3 Silk Hose $2.00
$ 1 .po and $ 1 .25 yard Voiles 65c
40 inch colored Organdy, all shades. 75c
36 inch Organdies 50c
Playday Cloth, for rompers, etc 25c
$2.00 Children's Gingham Dresses,
6 to 14 years $1.39
,'4J-; OOO OO OOOOOOOOOOOl See us for Tractor oil In barrel;
I "rsj TVATi HASHES o! lota. Prices are rieht.
insis warn itisausra
Goodyear tires and tubes at
24-2t ACTON BROS.
J. E. GRANT.
Extra Star A Star Shingles at
24-4t ' W. E. ELLIS & BRO. moth Cave
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Holbrook will
leave tomorrow for a week's tour of
Kentucky. Among other places they
will visit Louisville and the Mam-
Deering and McCormick mowing
machines. W. E. ELLIS & BRO.
Mr. C. Lee Warden, of Center
town, was in town on business last
Ice cream freezers, all sizes
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR,
Attorney John T. Rone was In
Hartford on business last Wednesday.
Highest cash price paid for eggs
and poultry. J
W. E. ELLIS & BRO.
Mr. O. W. Williams, of Beaver
Dam, was an appreciated caller at
this offloe, Tuesday.
Flower Pots, all sizes at
WILLIAMS 4b TAYLOR'S.
-4 24-2t. . '
7 Mr. James Wright, of Horton,
who has been ill of paralysis for 20
years Is considerably worse, at this
wrtting. " ,
Keep the flies away from your
stosk by using Pratts Fly Chaser.
For sale tJtWILLIAM A TAYLOR.
THE POOLED WOOL has been
sold ' and will ' be delivered some
time next week. SILAS STEVENS,
25-lt . Beaver Daia. Ky.
Ge( your Soy Beans, Peas and
Millet Seed from .1
' D. L. D. SANDERFUR, .
25-St Beaver Dam, Ky.
Mr. Emory G. Schroeter and lit
tle son, Thomas, left Tuesday morn
ing for Greensburg, Ind.,' where Mr.
Schroeter will be engaged in photo
graphic work. '
Col. I. P. Barnard, of Louisville,
was in town a short time last Fri
day en route home from the funeral
of bis brother-in-law, Mr. R. C.
Hudson, at Mt. Carmel.
Summer time . means bay time.
Buy a Keen Kutter Pitch Fork, the
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR,
Mrs. R. B. Culley returned to her
home near Stanley, Ky., Sunday, af
ter spending a week as the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. L. G. Barrett,
and Mr. Barrett.
Quite a number ot Ohio County
citizens went to Louisville, Sunday,
via the Illinois Central excursion
Mr. Herbert ,Turner, of Akron,
Ohio, was in this city, last week,
prospecting for a location for a
FOR SALE Ford touring car,
equipped for transfer service and
In perfect mechanical condition.
See me at once.
CARL T. SANDIFUR.
,' Beaver Dam.
Misses Amanda and Irene Stone,
of Centertown, spent the week-end
with Misses Helen Westerfleld and
Dora Hudson, of th'.s city.
, Mr. J. W. Lelrre and family, of
Owensbora jrotored over from
Owensboro, Sunday and spent the
afternoon with Mr. Leisure's moth
er, Mrs. Altna Leisure.
Mrs. Katherine McCrayel, Fair &
Co's popular milliner, has returned
to her home in Cincinnati. Enroute
she visited friends at Seymore, Ind.,
Her many local friends will be glad
to see her return next fall.
FOR SALE Nancy Hall Sweet
Potato slips. Price reduced. Post
paid, 100 35c; 300 85c; 500
E. M. MORTON,
23-3t Centertown, Ky.
Shorthorn Bulls, Cows in Calf
and Duroc Hogs for sale. Very
best blood lines. Satisfaction
guaraataed. J. M. HOWARD & SON,
Prop. The Howard Farms, Glen
Dean, ICy. 18-8tp.
AH Fanners desiring to ship
lambs, hogs or calves next week
notify O. W. Williams or J. D. Tay
lor, Beaver Dam, before Saturday
June 25, giving number of head. If
a carload is not pledged there will
be no shipment.
Miss Mary Marks Principal of
Hartford High School, is in Bowl
ing Green this week attending
Commencement at Western Ken
tucky State Normal School. She
will be toastmistress at the. Alumni
s Mrs. G. W. Brunton, and daugh
ter, Ada Marjorle, of Memphis,
Tennessee, are visiting Mrs. Brim
ton's parents, M. and Mrs. Milton
Park, of Central Grove, and will ar
rive here today to visit her cousin,
Mrs. J. B. Tappan, and Mr. Tappan.
Little Misses Elizabeth and Alma
Louise Woodward, daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest M. Woodward, of
Louisville, returned borne Monday
after a visit with their grand-parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. .T Wood
ward, and other Hartford relatives.
Mrs. A. M. McCracken, of Louis
ville, Is visiting her son, Mr. M. L.
McCracken and Mrs. McCracken.
The Island and McHenry base
ball teams tried conclusions at the
latter place Sunday. Island was the '
victor, t to 3. , !
Mr. Louis Grey Brown, of Harris
burg, Ark., is visiting friends and
relatives in Hartford and other
parts of the county.
Rev. T. T. Frazler left Monday
for Lake Junaluska, N. C. where he
will take a pastor's training course,
extending over a period of several
Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Pendleton.
daughter, Miss Emille, and son.
Master Banks, visited Dr. Pendle
ton's daughter, Mrs. Bernlce Frost,
and Mr. Frost at Mogg Sunday.
Mr. Marvin Bean, who has been
residing in Akron, Ohio, during the
past two or three years, arrived
here, Monday afternoon, to spend a
few days with relatives and friends.
Mr. John Taylor, of Ripley, Tenn.,
spent Saturday and Sunday hpre
with his sister, Mrs. R. Holbrook,
and Mr. Holbrook. Mr. Taylor had
not been in Hartford for three
Mr. R. E. Lee Slmmerman, ac
companied by his daughter, Miss
Winnie Davis; . Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Kirk were in Horse Branch last
Thursday. The gentlemen were en
gaged in taking depositions.
Prof. Wilbur Rhoads, accompan
ied by little Miss Anna Francis Per
kins, of Central City, motored over
to Hartford Monday. The young
lady was the guest of Miss Lelia
Glenn. Prof. Rhoads and the lit
tle lady returned home yesterday.
Beaver Dam and Provost Dlayed
baseball ..at-Beaver . Dam Saturday
afternoon, resulting In a victory for
Provost by the score of 7 to 4.
The second teams of the two
places played, the same afternoon.
Beaver Dam won by the score of 11
Insure your property against Fire,
Lightning and wind storms, your
growing crops against Floods,
Drouth, Freezing, Insects and Hall.
Your stock against death from any
cause. Write or phone me. Phone
W. J. BEAN, Agent.
The residence of Mr. Bfrch Mon
roe on the J. J. Monroe farm near
Horton, was destroyed by Ore re
cently. The entire contents with
the exception of some articles of
clothing were consumed. The loss
is estimated . at about $1500 with
Dr. M. H. Tappaa and son, II. H.
Jr., of Kaufman, Texas,,, arrived
here last Friday to make an extend
ed visit' with hitf brother, Dr. J. R.
Tuppan, and Mrs. Tappan, ot this
, , .
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Gates Leach
man and. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Tlch
enor, of Calhoun, motored through
to Herrin, 111., last week, to be the
guests of 1 Mr. and Mrs. Alvin B.
Porter for a few days.
All kinds of shelf hardware and
tinware at attractive prices.
' I DEVER BROS., '
2$-3t ,i Hartford, Ky.
Among those from Hartford, who
attended , the funeral and burial of
J. J. Tilford at Fordsville, last
Thursday, were Messrs. W. H.
Baise, Mack Cook, T. H. Black, R.
R. Wedding and 8. 0. Keown.
The farmers of the Beaver ' Dam
Motion have been dtlng soma suc
cessful .eo-operatlve'' marketing re-'
cently, ky shipping their live stock, ,
thus saving the middleman's profit.
. 1 : 1
Why not make your kitchen cool
and pleasant this summer by using
a New Process oil stove,, the klad
that uses less oil. ' '
WILLIAMS TAYLOR. Agants.
24-2t ' Hartford, Ky.
' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sharp, Mr.
and Mrs. E. G. Bryant and infant
daughter, Vena Mildred, motored to
their home In Herrin, 111., this week
ater having spent two weeks with
relatives and friends, In Ohio coun
ty. These former Ohio County citi
zens were appreciated visitors at
the Herald office, Tuesday.
, FOR SALE Beds, bed springs,
box mattress, one baby buggy, trunks
carpet sweeper, chairs, lamps, one
lot of clothing ' and hats summer
and winter. Also other things too
numerous to mention. Can be shown
at any time, next two weeks. .
. F. L. FELIX,
24-2t Hartford, Ky.
Mr. LL R. Barpett. and son. L. R.
Barnett, Jr., of Batesvllle, Ark., ar
rived, here, Saturday to make an ex
United, visit "with bis brother. A. M.
Barnett. He cams by way of C.'aney
vlile, Ky., , where he visitel his
brother. Dr. Kestor Barnett, who
same here with him returning Sun
day night. '
It Is rumored that Louisville
capitalists, headed by Mr. C. H.
Bostick, of that place, will in the
near future build a switch from the
L. & N. Railroad, a short diatancn
below Centertown, into the Jackson-
Brown coal field and begin the
operation of a mine. This new Im
petus to the mining industry of
Ohio County Is welcomed.
are authorized to announce
C. B. CARDEN
a candidate for the office of Sheriff
of Ohio County, subject to the de
cision of the Democratic party In
the primary election, August 6.
TELEPHONES A fcl'ITLlES
WIRH USE MATERIAL
SHOE GENERAL REPAIRING
; A SPECIALTY,
'IP ITS FIXABLE, WE FIX IT"
W G. MUFFETT,
Second St. Bvtwwa Halo A Broad
j ; " ( BEAVER DAM, KY.
FEEL COOL -well dressed and at ease
Cheery, breezy models suggesting Summer rerreaiiouc
in every line.
A Keep-Kool Suit is an investment in style. an
auce against discomfort, a guarantee
Let us show you the newest Keep-Kocl Model is
Genuine Palm Beach
Cool Clothes, etc.
Carson & Co
Oil Cook Stoves and Ovens
For Delicious Food 'ZgS!&l
Perfection bakes and cooks everything perfectly. It's the
popular oil stove you've read about so much in your maga
tines the stove with the quick-lighting Long Blue Chin,
ncy Burner. Come in we'll demonstrate to you what (lea
vkciuc touting ncac rcauy is.
ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky.
Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Ked Ced.ar Shia- :
jgles, Sheatiug, Moulding, Laths, Plaster, Ceuiebf
Lime, Felt Hoofing, Metal Roofiog, House Paint, Roof
Paint, Varnish, Oil, Turpentine, Window Glass.;
Builders' Hardware, Pumps, Water Systems,. Lalkj
Light Plants, Busrgies, Surreys, Wagon?.
Write us a card If you want to saye 6ome monejv
We will give you our delivered prices by return mail.
FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO.
JAKE WILSON", Manager. FOUDSVILLE, KY.
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