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THE HARTFORD HERALD
It Will Pay You!
We are featuring a special value this week in Coat
Suit and Dress actual value $30.00,
Our Special Price, $25.00.
Be fair to yourself and your home merchant before
buying. When you investigate you will find styles
correct, and a saving of $5.00 to $10.00.
. LOCAL DASHES O
Mr. Alva Kelley, of Whltesvllle,
was in this city, Monday.
Come to Ohio County Fair Sept.
Mr. Ellis Mitchell, of Dundee, was
an appreciated caller, Friday.
Dr. E. B. Pendleton was In Ow
ensboro on business Thursday.
Mr. and Mra. W. C. Blankenshlp
Bpent last Wednesday In Owensboro.
Ohio County Fair is bigger and
better this year than ever before.
Mr. Oscar Bennett went to Lex
Vington on a business trip Wednes
' day, returning Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter, Mrs.
f P. B. Taylor and Miss Susie May
motored to Owensboro Thursday.
Mrs. ' Ollie Barnett Iras returned
from a visit with relatives and
friends at Fordsvllle and Whltes
vllle. Miss Zelpha Boswell, of Sunny
dale, spent last week with ber aunt,
Mrs. E.Pt Forman, and Mr. For
man. Mr. Tony. Johnson, who has
been working at .Decatur, Ala., dur
ing the summer, arrived borne Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bean returned
Thursday from a short visit 'with
Mr. and Mrs. George Cummlngs, of
Come to your home fair, every
body should do their best to make
Ohio County Fair the best in the
State, It depends on you. - S(-2t
Mr. E. H. Foster, accompanied by
his family; relumed Thursday fro:u
week's vacation spent with rela
V tives at Heflln and Beaver Dam.
FOR SALE One borse-drawn
steel-tire bearse, weight 1500 lb.. In
first class condition,. and painting In
good condition. - Also one let of
hearse harness jn first class condi
tion. Will sell both way below a
bargain. Address JAMES HILL,
-lt Stanley, Ky.
Yoar time will be well spent.
and your pocketbook will es
.cape a big loss If you come
direct to ua for your '
Every week adds new mocfels
and new fabrics," while work
manship, liniugs and materi
als are much nicer than last
season, the prices are much
Mrs. E. E. Blrkhead and children,
Irene Cox and Kenneth, spent the
week-end with Mr. Sam Davison and
family, of Barrett's Ferry.
Mr. Ike Himes, of New Mexico,
is making an extended visit with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sim
Himes, of near Cool Springs.
Rev. W. M. Llklna, and son, Geo.
of Uniontown, Pa., and Messrs. W.
S. and R. P. Likins, of Beaver Dam,
were among our callers, last week.
Misses Amelia and Helen Barnett
entertained their classes, of the
: Hartford Methodist Sunday School,
I with a most enjoyable picnic last
Mr. Sam Davison and son, L. B.,
and daughters, Miss Elizabeth, of
Barrett's Ferry, and Mrs. Catherine
Street, of Whltesvllle, were in Hart
Mr. James Gentry, of Narrows, R.
F. D. No. 1, who has been confined
to his room since he suffered
stroke of paralysis, a few weeks
ago, Is not so well.
A Shetland pony belonging to Mr.
Joe Miller.of this city, died last
week as the result of injuries re
ceived when it attempted to Jump
a wire fence near town.
Judge and Mrs. John B. Wilson
and sons, John Allen and Levi,
spent Thursday with Judge Wilson's
.brother, Mr. Nimrod Wilson and
, Mrs. Wilson, of Prentiss.
J Mr. and Mrs. Ernest De Jarnette,
Enid, Okla., were guests of Mrs. De
jjarnette's sister, Mrs. Russell Walk
er, and Rev. Walker, from Tueday
until Thursday last week.
Mr. Roy H. Foeman has accepted
i the princlpalshlp of Rockport High
and Graded School and with his
family will move there today to re
Iside during the school year.
Mr. C. F. Schapmlre has returned
to bis borne here after spending a
week with his daughters, Mrs. R. L.
Tweddell, of Hillside, and Mrs.
Henry Hoover, of Midland.
Wanted to sell or let out about
SO good ewes to good parties In lots
of S or more,
H. C. ACTON.
J5-2t Dundee, Ky...
. Mrs. R. P. Bennett, of Beda, was
("pleasant caller at h office, Tuesday..
Mrs. Katberlne McGrayle, of Cin
cinnati, baa returned here and re
sumed ber duties at milliner for
Fair A Co.
Judge W. H. Barnes, accompanied
by Mrs. Barnes, went to Louisville J
on business yesterday. . Tney win
probably return, today.. '
Mrs. Martha Lloyd, of Falls of
Rough, Is making an extended vis
it with her son, Mr. Milton Lloyd,
and family, of near Dundee.
Messrs. W. H. and J. F. Gillespie,
W. E. Ellis, Fred Robertson and H.
D. Estes motored over to Owensboro
Monday to attend the Daviess Coun
Miss Harriett Flener, of Crom
well, has arrived In Hartford to
ake up her duties in connection
with the Republican Campaign
Mr. Walter Walker, R. F. D. car
rier on a Falls of Rough route,
spent Labor Day with his brother,''
Rev. Russell Walker, and family, ft
Mr. John H. Barnes, President of
the Beaver Dam Depoit Bank, was
in Hartford on business Monday.
He was accompanied by his daugh
ter, Miss Anna. '
Miss Margaret Marks, the efficient
and obliging Assistant Cashier of
the Bank of Hartford, has been ab
sent from her post for a week on
account of illness.
. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gillespie and
children, Mrs. A. W. Mills, and
daughter,. Miss Gustine, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mo
Query, of Bell's Run.
Mr. John Johnson is having some
changes made in the arrangement
of his residence on the corner of
Main and Walnut streets. He will
also build an additional room.
Mr. Tlmp Duff, of Joplln, Mo., is
visiting relatives at Dundee and
other Ohio County points. He is
a brother of the late Robt. Duff, of
Sulphur Springs, and formerly re
sided In the county. He has been a
citizen of Missouri during the past
Mr. Marshal Earnes, of Beaver
Dam, has gone to Battle Creek,
Mich., to spend the remainder of his
vacation. He will return in about
two weeks and will then go to Lex
ington to resume his law course at
the University of Kentucky. "
Among those who attended the
funeral of Mr. William Schneider,
at Centertown, were Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Forman, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie
Forman, of Owensboro, Mr. and
Mrs. Rollie Forman, of Narrows,
Mr. John Forman, daughter. Miss
Ruth, and son, Guy.
Master Buerk Zimmerman, of
Louisville, spent from Tuesday un
til Sunday as the guest of his
grandmother, Mr. Bettie Taylor,
and other relatives. He was accom
panied home by Mrs. Taylor who
will spend several weeks with her
son, Mr. H. B. Taylor, and Mrs.
Mr. John T. Rone, of Centertown,
has purchased the residence of Mr.
Loney MInton on Mulberry Street
and the river front. Mr. Rone will
move his family to his new home
within the next thirty days. Mr.
Minton is contemplating erecting a
residence- on his lot on the Center
Mr. John Johnson and son, Tony,
who are employed In the timber
business near Decatur, Ala., spent
the ' week-end at tbelr home here.
They brought with them the skins
of two rattlesnakes killed In the
woods where they have been at
work. One has IS rattles and the
PUBLIC SALE On Thursday,
Sept. 8th, at 10 a. m. I will offer at
public auction at my place on old
! Milton Taylqr farm 3 miles east of
(Hartford 1 span work mules, 18
i bauds hlan;' seven milch cows; Ave
tons bay; 1000 bu. corn; farming
Implements and household furni
ture. G. A. SCHROADER.
Mr. Richard Nabor and daughter,
of Harper, Kansas, vhas been visiting
relatives In the Dundee and Olaton
vicinities for several days. Ohio
county was formerly bis home but
he hat been resident of Kansas
37 years. He and Mr. J. D. St.
I Clair, of Dundee, were pleasant visi
tor at this office last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Forman
and grandson. Master William Fos
ter Bennett, of this city, spent last
Saturday nd Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Wydlck, of Earllngton.
Ohio County Fair gets better ev
ery year, your friends will be there
Meet them there and spend the day
pleasantly. Your friends will be
disappointed If you are not there.
Mr. Thomas Greer, of Beda, was
In town on bun In ens one day last
week. Uncle Tom Is nearlng the
eightieth mile-stone, but is re
markably hale and heearty for , his
Mrs. Sarah Bennett, of Owens
boro, spent several days here last
week as the guest of relatives and
friends. She will spend some time
at other points In the county before
Mr. John O. Keith, who has been
spending the summer on the farm
near Horse Branch for the benefit
of his health, has returned to Louis
ville where he will resume his work
as contractor and painter.
Mr. U. ' S. Carson spent Sunday
with his wife, who is under the care
of a specialist at Madlsonvllle City
Hospital. Mrs. Carson Is doing
nicely and will probably return
home within the next few days.
Every citizen In Ohio County is
Interested in the fair; it is the peo
ple that make the fair; it is the peo
ples fair; it is kept going for their
pleasure. Avail yourself of thla op
Among our appreciated callers,
Monday, were Messrs. J. L. Brown,
Pdstmnrter at Rockport; H. L. Hos
klns, of Beaver Dam, R. 2; Leslie
Hagerman, of Louisville and Miss
Gladys Bennett, of Louisville.
Mr. R. H. Gillespie went to
Leltchfleld ThursdaV to Join Mrs.
Gillespie who had been visiting
their daughter, Mrs. D. B. Hancock,
and Mr. Hancock for about a week.
They returned home Sunday after
noon. Mrs. Herbert Sanders and child
ren returned last Thursday to their
home In Covington after spending
several weeks as the guests of Mrs.
Sander's brothers, Messrs. U. S. and
A. R. Carson, and sister, Miss
Mr. T. W. Barrett, of Enid, Okla.,
and sister, Mrs. Elspla Therber, of
Eureka, lnd., who are making an
extended visit with relatives at
Narrows and Barrett's Ferry, were
guests of relatives in this city, Fri
day and Saturday.
Mr. Albert Cox, of near Sulphur
Springs, was .in last Monday and
proudly announced the birth of a
granddaughter. She arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Earl
Cox, of Jingo, Friday, Sept. 2. Her
name Is Annie Madelne.
Miss Mildred Stevenson after
spending her vacation of several
weeks' duration with Relatives and
friends at Chicago, III., PaUucah
and LaCenter, has returued to Hart
ford and resumed her position with
Attorneys Barnes & Smith.
Rev. W. M. Likins and family, of
Uniontown, Pa., wha have been vis
iting hi brother, Mr. W. S. Likins,
and other Beaver Dam relatives
during the past month returner
hqme, . Thursday. Rev. Likins for
merly edited the Gleaner at Beaver
Dam but is noweditor and publisher
of The Watchman published at
Elsewhere In this paper we issue
notice that the McHenry Mfg. & Ma
chine Co., has ceased to exist as a
corporation. This does not mean
that the company has quit business
but became necessary because of
the fact that Mr. Edward Nelson has
purchased the entire assets of the
company. In fact the company is
now better prepared for general
foundry and machine work than ev- 1
er before. l Is now located In a
new up-to-date building within two
blocks of Its former location. We
will be glad to have our patrons call
on us at any time. 35-4t.
WALLACE'S LIVERADE for eon-1
stlpatlon has stood the test, purely,
vegetable, will relieve biliousness, !
headache, indigestion, and clear up
oad complexion. j
For sale by ' '
. Jus. II. Williams, Hartford, Ky.
R. E. Her, Rockport, Ky.
L. C. Mortou & Bon, Centertown,;
A. W. Johnston, Fordsvllle, Ky.
Beaver Dam Drug Co., Beaver
COME EARLY AND TRY TO GET Itt
BEAVER DAM, KY.
Thursday, September 8, 1921
To see that greatest of all MIRTIItJUAKES,
"Don't Ever Marry."
Marshall Neilan'B greatest production, Matt Moore, Mar-
Jorle Daw and Wesley "FreoKlcs" Herry.
No funnier mixup ever on the screen. A geyser of giggles..
Guaranteed to cure any grouch. It inakcH the t-u k well,
and the well -eller. There are tiikkk things in life you.
are born, you get married, and you die. So nffer you are
married there is nothing left for you to do but die.
Everybody come a running and get a food laugh.
Saturday, September 10, 1921
" Bill Apperson's Son."
A great drama enacted in the B'eud Hills of Old Kentucky..
See the love of a boy for his mother, and the result of a
stepmother. An every day, true-touature drama, enacted
by our own Jack Pickford. Also a two red Comedy.
Admission 20c Shows 8:00 o'clock.
Mr. James Caskey Bennett, who
has been the efficient local represen
tative of the Tennessee National
Life and Accident Insurance Co.,
for several years, has been promoted
and transferred to Springfield, 111.
He left for his new location Satur
day. His wife will Join him in a
few days. Their many Hartford
friends regret their going, but wish
for them the utmost success in their
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Nail, of
East Hartford, were hosts last week
to Mrs. Nail's sister, Mrs. Jennie
Foster, of Richmond, Ky and Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Felix, of Ada,
Okla. Mrs. Foster will visit her
sister for several weeks. Mr. Felix,
known to Hartford and Ohio coun
ty folks as "Hub" and his wife
also visited with his aunt,
Mrs. lola Felix, of Hartford. Theyj
went from here to South Carrollton
to spend the week-end among rela
tives In Muhlenburg county before '
returning to Oklahoma.
OUR AUTUMN STYLES
possess the charm which distiuguishea the Fashionable
from the Commonplace.
The first day at school is about the most important day
that comes to the little people more important even than
birthdays, for they come every year, but the first day at
school Is just ONE first day, never to be experienced but
once. In the lust tew weeks many young scholars have
been outfitted for school. We're offering many good valuta
in our children's department with complete assortments of
the school togs the kiddie need; The prices in every case -are
In keeping with the prevailing low levels.
Style and good looks are first essentials, but the way
your Bradley wears and wears and wears la the quality that
makes It the most popular garment In your wardrobe. You ,
are Invited to Inspect our risplay of knitted coats, ' caps,
scarfs, gloves, gauntlets and novelties. You- will find them
all of smart style aud unusual quality.
"'.' f Carson ft Company.
Carson & Co
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brashear
and littlo daughter, Martha Eliza
beth, and Master Llndon Thomas,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Thomas
of Louisville, spent several days re
cently as the guests of relatives at'
Always remember WALLACE'S'
LIVERADE Is guaranteed to do all'
it is claimed If not call on your
druggist and get your money back.
It Is a universal word.
"WALLACK'S LIVERADE aids
the liver." Why take calomel?
It is known by the whole medical'
profession that 85 per cent of tho
disease of tho human family is pre
ventable, so take WALLACE'S LIV
KUADK nnd keep off disease.
For Sale by
Jas. II. Williams, Hartford, Ky.
It. E. Her, Rockrort, Ky.
L. C. Morton & Son, Centertown,
. A. W. Johnston, Fordsvllle. Ky.
Beaver Dam Drug Co., Beaver