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THE HAkTFORO HERALD
V ' Advertisement
REAP RICH HARVEST.
Re yen no from Breeding Thorough
bred Horses Only Profit to Be
' Depended Upon.
Sale of Blooded Colts Produces,
Money When Other Products j
Bring Loss. I
rrk. TTantiiMrv farmer hftS lost
money on. his wheat and corn; he is
forced to ship his cattle and hogs tO(
a losing and constantly frilling mar-:
ket: and his losses on his tobacco,
have nearly driven him into bank- i
ruptcy. The calamities of a troubled ;
world are placed upon his back, al-
ready bent double by its burdens.
Uater these untowara commons,
the one fortunate exception among
farmer Is the stock rlw mo owns
a Mnra ti ArnilfrhhrAll 11111 IPS. He
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always finds a nation-wide demand for
his thoroughbred foals. The weanling J
at its mother's side frequently brings,
him 1500 to $1,000, while the yearling
Will sell for from $1,500 to $10,000: )
m mm a Jefferson county farm I
having brought, nt one of the recent
Saratoga sales $25,000.
year In and year out, the Kentucky
thoroughbred finds a ready market;
buyers from all over the wrold coming
to this State to secure material to
Improve the horses of their respective
countries or localities. Owner Riddle
xefuseJb $500,000 for Man-O'-War, a
hmu hrert hv Mr. AUEUSt Belmont in
Old Kentucky. A wonder horse is j
Man-O'-War. A smasher of all records j
and victor over all opponents that
made some of the most brilliant of I
turf history, he has been returned to I
his native hearth, there to perpetuate I
hia n-.fi nn-.iitli i. Last moTt'i. Man-.
O'-Wart full broUier, Playfellow, by
name, was sold for $115,000; and not
long ago, John E. Madden refused
$125,000 for a half Interest in the Kentucky-bred
stallion. Friar Rock, now
In the stud at Hamburg Place, near
Numerous other thoroughbred stal
lions and mares of nearly, if not quite,
priceless value are owned in tho State.
Wheat, corn and tobacco are often crop
failures, and cattlo and hoes are
frequently raised at a loss. But the
thoroughbred has a great permanent
value, for nowhere else in this country
is be brought to such perfection as In
Kentucky, and his fame and the de
mand for him are world-wide.
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CHRISTIAN CHl'KCH NKWS
The minister, William Savage,
will fill his regular monthly appoint
ment next Sunday. The subject for
the morning service will be: What
became of the "Inter-Church World
cvuninir Hiibiect: Christ is King.
Bible School at 9:45. The Lords'
Suppor at 10:45. preaching at 11 a. !
nk.iuiiun wndeavor at 7 and
preaching at P. m. Everybody cor-
h lull v Invited to attend all these I
By order of the Ohio County j
Board of Education the school I
Bouses at Cromwell and Oak Crove
will be sold at public auction at 1 p.
v,Mnv. Ausust 6. 111, at Crom
well. Ky.. to the, highest and best
.m.. Th County Board reserves
the right to reject any aid all blds.j
Miss Mary Marks, Principal of
Hartford High School, returned last
Wednesday from Owensboro where
she had been visiting relatives and
friends for several days.
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Miss Alice Taylor, who is attend
ing the Western Kentucky State
Normal School, at Bowling Green,
visited her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J.
W. Taylor, here last week.
Announcing the Opening
August Cleanup Sale
-This is the golden harvest time for buyers. Such values as we are present
ing at this store during our GREAT AUGUST CLEANUP SALE break all
records for years. In every department the best of merchandise is being dis
posed of to make way for fall stocks, and to make our sales volume big. Al
ready here and there in the store is a touch of Fall, where the new things are
geginning to appear. No matter what your particular needs, you are certain'
to profit by buying now. '
Each month, as part of our policy of keeping our pa
trons informed as to special bargains offered in our store,
we mail out a BARGAIN CIRCULAR to a selected list of
patrons. Have you been receiving this circular each month?
If not kindly send us your name to be put on our mailing
x list. It will pay you. v , . ,
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Mr. Steve May, accompanied by
his daughter, Miss Tillie, have re-
his daughter, Miss Tillie, has re-
Mr. Allen May. and Mrs. May, at
Where Courtesy Reigns
FOR SALE) Pure bred Duroc
Hogs, Boar; Spring Pigs; Sows with
pigs. Best blood lines. Price rea-
sonable. WALKER CARTER.
29-4t Hartford, Ky., R. 1.
Bracelet Watches repaired and all
guaranteed. Swiss and American,
' NICK T. ARNOLD, Jeweler.
27-6t Owensboro, Ky.
Terms:' SU montns ume wu .ir
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Ohio County Boara ui .""
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