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THS HARTFORD -4tSnAU
Are you attending bur Mill-End
Sale, which is now in full swing?
We do not think you can afford to
miss it. In fact, we know you can't.
Bargains in every department. Big
reduction throughout the entire
house. Everything marked in plain
figures. Meet your friends at Fair's;
they are sure coming.
nj IX)CAIi DASHES O
Portland Cement at ACTON BROS.
Mr. J.'W. Thomas, of Narrows,
paid us an appreciated call Monday.
Go To ACTON BROS for your Bale
See us for Hartford Tires and
tubes and accessories. J. E. GRNAT
23-4tp Centertown, Ky.
Mr. R. I. Miller, - of Fordsville,
paid the Herald a pleasant call
Plenty ot Fruit Jars', Rubbers and
Can Tops at
2tJ ACTON BROS.
Mr. J. L. Brown, Postmaster 1 at
Rockport, made us an appreciated
New Perfection Oil Stoves. None
better made. '
S6tS ACTON BROS.
Mr. Carlos S. Embry, of Baize
town, was a welcome visitor at this
Mr. W. H. Petty, of Barretts Fer
ry, was a welcome visitor at this
' Get you an Oliver Riding Cultiva
tor and you will be pleased.
U-2t ACTON XiaOS.
Mr. Jesse Hudson of the Beda
section, was a pleasant visitor at
this office last Wednesday.
Mr. John Jolinson, who is in the
employ of Bond Bros. In Alabama,
is spending a few days with bis
family here. ' '
. ' WANTED To exchange automo
bile for saddle and harness horse.
Dr. L. B. BEAN,
tttt Hartford Ky.
Mr. F. B. Renfrew and family, of
Canon City, Colorado, are making
an extended visit with relatives in
this county and at Owensboro,
FOR BAUB Ford touring car,
quipped for transfer service and
in perfect mechanical condition.
See me at once.
. CARL T. SANDIFUR.
IK-tf Beaver Dam.
1st to Jth
Mr. Oscar Bishop was In Louis
Mr. W. V. Sproule, of Dundee,
was in town Monday. v
Extra Star A Star Shingles at
24-4t W. E. ELLIS ft BRO.
Mr. Curtis Maples, of Rockport!
was in the city Monday. x
Mr. and Mrs. Hlnton Leach have
returned from their honeymoon.
Mr. Coakley Taylor, of Maceo,
is visiting his sister, Mrs. Howard
Ellis and Mr. Ellis.
Hake that old bouse new with Red
26t2 ACTON BROS.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Acton, ot Ow
ensboro, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Steve Ellis, city. .
Miss Carrie McKlnney arrived
Saturday to spent several days as
the guest ot Miss Martha Pate.
Miss Lurene Collins, of Green
ville, spent the week-end with- her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins.
See us for Trsctor ol In barrel;
lots. Prices are right.
J. E. GRANT,
23-4tp Centertown, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Crabtree, ot
Rockport, Ky., were guests of Mr.
Crabtree's father, Mr. E. Crabtree,
and family, last Friday.
Get your Soy Beans, Peas and
Millet Seed from '.
, D. L. D. SANDERFUR,
25-3t Beaver Dam, Ky.
Mrs. Ellis Hoover, of Barnett's
Creek, spent from Thursday until
Tuesday as the guest of her mother,
Mrs. E. Crabtree, of this city.
Bracelet Watches repaired and all
guaranteed. Swiss and American
NICK T. ARNOLD, Jeweler,
27-t Owensboro, Ky. -
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. iWrlte or phone me. Phone
W. J, BEAN,' Agent.
Mr. -W. - P. Bennett, ot Wysox,
made' as a pleasant call Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook have mov
ed into Mrs. Ollle Barnett's resi
dence on Fredertca Street.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Simmer
man were in Owensboro last Fri
day, making the trip in their motor
Mrs. Rachel ShulU went to
Whitesville Friday to spend some
time as the guest of Mrs. Olivia
Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Duff, of Dun
dee, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Murphy, of Sulphur Springs,
Mesdames, R. E. Lee Slmmerman
and A. D. Kirk and Mitts Winnie D.
Slmmerman .motored to Owensboro
Attorney J. P. Sandcrfur has
been slightly indisposed for several
days. We wish for him a speedy
restoration to health.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Acton, Mr. and
Mrs. Romney Acton and Mrs. PaiU
Murphy, of Sulphur Springs, were
in this city, Tuesday.
Mr. S. W. Maddox, of Beaver
Dam, Route 4, was in attendance at
Circuit Court here Tuesday and
paid us a' welcome call.
Cart. Allison J. Barnett, of Camp
Lewis, Wash., arrived' -Monday to be
the guest ot his mother, Mrs. C. M.
Barnett, .tor several weeks.
Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, who re
cently undorwent an operation at
St. Joseph's Infirmary, Louisville,
has returned home and Is making
rapid progress toward complete re
covery. Mr. Guy Ranney, Democratic
candidate tor County Clerk, was in
town Monday, mingling with his
many friends in attendance at Cir
cuit Court and the Singing Conven
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ward, and
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Blnnsford and
children, ot Owensboro, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. E. Crabtree,
of this city.
Mrs. J. H. Thomas, formerly of
Ohio County, Is just recovering
from some very painful Injuries
which she received from a fall
down the stairs at ber home 131
West Center Street, Akron, Ohio.
Mr. H. B. Taylor and son, Mar
shall, of Louisville, arrived Satur
day to spend a few days with Mr.
Taylor's mother, Mrs. Bettle Taylor
and other relatives. The trip from
the Falls City was made via motor
Mrs. James Lyons and daughter,
Miss Dorcas, of Atlanta, Ga who
have been visiting relatives here
for some time, left Tuesday for
Ashley, 111., where they will be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Watter-
son for about- a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore, of
Louisville; Mr. J. W. Ambrose, of
Mason ville: Mr. J. R. Westerfleld
and family, of Hartford, Route 3;
Rev. John Hamilton and family, of
Mount Moriah; Mr. Frank Lake and
family, of Route 5; Messrs. J. H.
Ambrose and James- H. Ambrose, of
Route (, spent Sunday, with Mr. and
Mrs. Scott Ambrose, of Route (.
Dr. and Mrs. J.'B. Tappan and
family; Dr. Melrose Tappan and
son; Mrs. James Lyons and daugh
ter, Dorcas; Misses Anna Rhea Car
son and Mildred Stevenson; Messrs
Glenn TInsley, Coakley Taylor, P.
M. Perklnson and R. J. Beam were
the guests Saturday and Sunday ot
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Taylor and
other Beaver Dam friends at their
camp on Green River above Crom
The American Legion Picnic at
Rockport Saturday was largely at
tended and was an unqualified suc
cess. The crowd was furnished
various forms of amusement and
there was an abundance ot good
things to . eat and drink on the
grounds. A large majority ot the
candidates were on hand and an ad
dress was made by Hon. George 8.
Wilson, Democratic candidate for
Circuit Judge. The management is
to be commended for their enter
prise, but they 'should be more care
ful In this future in regard to offi
cial supervision of their athletic
contests. It Is reported that one of
the participants in the boxing con
test was in no condition to enter
the ring and was allowed to take
an unnecessary amount of punish
ment. Such an exhibition ot brutall
COMMENT Oil CEN
SUS REPORT OF
The War Department Is Inter
ested In the Increase of
"There Is the utmost need In this
country today of Increasing the num
ber of pure-bred homes, particularly
those of tlip thoroughbred typo, on
whii-li the War, Iepartinent must de
pend for Its ravalry mounts In cane of
The above Is a passage from the
statement by Col. Frank S. Armstrong,
Chief of the U. S. Army Kemount Serv
ice, relative to the 1920 returns of Ken
The uneasiness ot practical, patri
otic men like Colonel Armstrong over
the situation was amply Justified by
the lesson of the last great war, which
so strikingly demonstrated the value
of the horse in connection with mod
ern warfare and revealed what would
have become a pitifu shortage, bud
the German held out only a very few
weeks longer than they did. ,
Nor must we forget the Importance
of breeding better horses more exten
sively In times of peace. Better bred
horses mean better work horses; bet
ter prices for them, and a readier mar
ket. The 1020 census- figures indicate that
Kentucky, as usual, will lead her tes
ter stutes as to both number anil class
of horses, but even we are far from
approaching what, should be our quota
lu either count.
Colonel Armstrong's statement in
full is as follows :
"Despite the ery small amount v.f
pure-bred stock, as compared with th
total number of horse in the state, 1
believe that, when similar figures foi
the other states become avuiluble, s
comparison of nil will show that Ken
tucky still holds It rank as the fore
most state In producing thoroughbreds
"The .relatively small percentage el
thoroughbreds utiil of other classes ol
pure-bred stock Included In the tola,
number of horses in Kentucky, Is .i
general, anil not a local, situation, am:
the other states probably will shou
even smaller percentages. The name
conditions, I am told, prevail with live
stock other than horses, though prob
ably not to the xante extent as wltr
the latter. The census report uphoiih
and Justifies the position taken by the
American Remount Association tba1
there is the utmost need in this coun
try today of Increasing the number e)
pure-bred horses, particularly those o:
the thoroughbred type, on which tlx
War Department must depend for it
cavalry mounts In case of natiomi'
emergency, and which it met w!ti
great ilifllculty In procuring in sulli
eient numbers during the recent war
The national need of upbuilding an
Increasing American thoroiighbret
horse can not, in my opinion, bo over
ORDERS OHIO COUNT OOV'KT
Regular Term; May 2nd. 1021
Hon. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C. Presid
In Re Change of Boundary of West
Beaver Dam and Taylor Mine voting
This day came'L. A. Stevens, E.
F. Render, R. P. Coleman, Hood
Harrison, Tom Render and others,
being legal voters in West Beaver
Dam, and Taylor Mine voting pre
cincts, and moved the court to have.
the boundaries of said precincts
changed, and the court being suffi
ciently advised, and being personal
ly advised ot the necessity of said
change, sustained the motion et
said applicants, and it is now order
ed and adjudged by the court that
the dividing line dividing said pre
cincts be changed, and that the
lines when changed shall be as fol
The boundary line ofWest Beaver
Dam and Taylor Mine voting pre
cincts, Is changed and established,
bo as to Include all of the farms now
owned and occupied, by L. A. Stev
ens, E.' F. Render, Tom Render, R.
P. Coleman, and Mrs. Blanton Har
rison, In West Beaver Dam voting
precinct and the line of Taylor Mine
voting precinct is changed so as to
exclude all ot the said farms from
It Is further ordered and ad
Judged by the court, that the name
and number and the voting place in
each 'precinct remain the same as
they now are, and that hereafter all
elections held in and for Ohio
County, Ky., the voters residing on
the farms above mentioned be per
mitted to vote in .said West Beaver
Dam voting precinct, No. 14.
, MACK COOK, J. 0. C. C.
A Copy Attest:
W, C. BLANKENSHir,
. Clerk Ohio County Court.
Mrs. M. L. Duvall, of Akron, O.,
formerly of Beaver Dam. was tak
en to Cleveland, Ohio, where she
underwent a slight 'operation oa
June 21. 8he is slowly improving.
This Satnrday and all week until next Saturday,
one full size cakeof the new Klenzo Toilet Soap FREE
with each purchase of a newj large, family-size, 50
cent tube of Klenzo Dental Creme.
Klenzo Toilet Soap is pare, cleansing and sooth-,
Jng to the tskiu. Gives a thick, creamy lather and
leaves the aromatic, deep-woods scent of pines.
Klenzo Dental Creme makes the teeth white and
shining, the mouth clean, and leaves that Cool, Klen
zo Feeling. Giant, new, 50 cent tube contains enough
Klenzo to brush your teeth twice a day for nearly
four months. -r
Most families ubc dental creme and Boap fast. -Why
not save by getting Beveral tubes and cakes now?..
You'll have to get them soon enough. Remember the
SATURDAY, JULY 2nd
up to and including Saturday, July 9th. Orders
reserved by phone, If you wish. It's a very big econ
omy, and people buy shrewdly these days, Better
make sure of yours. -
JAHES H. WILLIAflS,
Mrs. Annie Nail, son, Henry, and
daughter, Mrs. Henry Leach, ac
companied by Mr. Leach arrived
home last Thursday morning from
Salinas, Cat. Mrs. Nail and Child
ren had been in California since last
full, visiting another daughter, Mrs.
Birdie Britton and family. Mr.
Leach Fought the Golden West and
h's bride about a month ago, men
t'oi having been made of their nup
tials i:i these columns sNortly there
after, in the meantime they have
been taking a honeymoon trip to
various points of Interest. We are
glad to have our friends and neigh
bors back with us.
Little Miss Martha Mary Smith,
of Matanzas, is , cpending the week
with her father, Hon. C. E. Smith
and Mrs. Smith. .
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Banish all superstition. It you'
will ceaso to bo " superstitious, writ
make up your mind to be progres
sive and will investigate Chiroprac
tic you will at once understand why
there is no earthly reason that you
should be sick. Chiropractic Verte
brul adjustments will keep you from
being sick, an well as helping you it
you do not enjoy health. Break
away from all old fashioned Ideas
and try this new tlrugless health,
science. You will bo astounded
when you find out what it will do
DR. J. S. BEAN
HORSE BRANCH, KY.
Hours: by appointment.