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THE HARTFORD HERALD
; t LOCAL DABHttft O
..aMIss Enillle fendleton spent last
fnfek as the guest of relatives In
Automobile Races at Olilo County
Flr Grounds, Hartford, Kjr., Oct.
Attorney M. L. Hoavrln left last
Wednesday for Mississippi, to attend
to some legal business.
Miss Martha Sandefur tins return
ed to her home at Beaver Dam after
spending tome time as the guest of
her uncle, Mr. George Jones, of the
Washington community. ,
Commonwealth's Attorney C. K.
Smith went to Owenttboro Monday to
attend the Daviess Circuit Court.
Mrs. George C. Oenung has re
turned to her home In Louisville
after spending three weeks here as
the guest of her danghtef, Miss
FA It WANTED Wanted to
hear from owner of n farm or good
lnnd for sale,, price reasonable.
L. JONES. Box 661 Olney, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mllllgan, of
No Creek, spent last week as the
- guests of relatives in Owenshoro.
j Messrs. L. M. Ward and 3. T. Bar
nett made a business trip to Bar
rett'a Ferry and Fordsvllle Friday.
Mr. Auburn TIchenor, who Is a
traveling salesman for the R. J.
Reynolds Tobacco Co., out of Evans
vllle, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. B. TIchenor, near town.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bishop will
take reoms for the winter In the
residence of Mrs. C. M. Burnett, on
Clay Street. i
Mr. W. O. Woodring has gone to
Terre Haute, Ind., in response to a
;elegram announcing the serious 111
iss of her sister.
Dr. and Mrs. Clarence DeWeese,
of Lexington, and Mrs. J. J. Tilford,
of Fordsville.were In Hartford last
week In connection with the settle
ment of the estate of the late Capt.
J. J. Tilford.
G. Barnard and family, of Dun
dee( Oscar Allen and wife, of Beaver
Dam and E. S. Howard nnd family,
of Hartford, motored to Central City
and Bremen, Sunday, visiting
friends and relatives.
Mlsa Veneta Barnard, of Dundee,
has returned home after spending a
week as the guest of friends at Bre
men and Greenville. j
Mrs. Millie Bennett has gone to
No Creek where she will spend the
winter with her daughter, Mrs.
Fleetwood Ward and Mr. Ward.
LOST Dark bay horse, about 18
hands high, small white spot on hip,
full hipped, trim made, holds head
high. Finder notify me at Drakes
boro, Ky. WILLIS DAWSON.
MrB. . C. M. Barnett will leave
shortly for Nashville where she will
spend the winter with her daughter,'
Mrs. E. W. Cooper, and Mr. Cooper.
Mr. Walker Myrtle, a prominent
merchant of Horse Branch, is criti
cally ill of stomach trouble. Mr.
Myrtle recently underwent an opera
tion at a Louisville hospital, but was
not materially benefitted.
Among our welcome callers Mon
day were Messrs. A. A. Sheffield and
W. B. Campbell, of Hartford, and J.
M. McManama, Hartford, Route 4.
Mr. J. M. McManama has sold his
farm on the Carter's Ferry road to
Mr. C. R. Wilson, who has been re
siding in Texas, for several years,
but is at present located at Yeaman,
Mrs. Howard Ellis and little son
John Hill, spent last week-end with
her brother, Mr. Charles Taylor, of
Whltesville 'and attended the Com
munity Fair. ,
Willie Calloway and Fred Guinn,
McHenry young men. were Hrre'i"l
Tuesday night at Rosine by Consta
ble Andrew Alton! and brought be
fore Judge Cook Wednesday, on a
charge of transporting liquor. Af
ter a preliminary hearing the boys
were sent to Jail to insure their ap
pearance for examining trial.
The residence of Mr. Frank Lind
ley, of Rosine, burned last week,
the fire originating from a defective
flue. Mr. Lindley carried a small
amount of insurance which his loss
exceeded by about $500.
Vrs. Alvin B. Porter nnd little
son, Allison Brenton. of Horrin, 111.,
arrived Sunday for a few weeks visit
with her parents Mr. and Mrs
Frank Black. Mr. and Mrs. Will
Porter and other relatives and
r Buying Hosiery and Underwear "
With rertect Confidence or
Future Service and Satisfaction
The MaVer'f Mark
r Identification on
too Spring Needle
for Men and Boys
Black Cat Hosiery
for Men, Women ,
In all their dealings with this store we want
our customers to realize that value, service and
satisfaction are things that they can absolutely
depend upon getting.
We select our merchandise with this thought
ever inmind;consequently when we recommend
we are promising a service that Is far above
the ordinarv; vastly better, in tact, th-n caii be
ALLEN A Black Cat Hosiery for Men, Women t
and Children, ia silk, lisle, wool or cotton,
represents a hosiery value that i genuine. It
is sold in the bettor class stores everywhere;
and best of all, it actually costs no more than
any high rado merchandise of this character
ought to cost.
Most men and women these days have
pretty cleat ly defined ideas regarding the qual
ity of things they buy to eat, to wear or to
f urnkli the home. It is this class of buyers we
like to cater to. The more they know about
these things the more resdily di they appre
r'tt f' ' Mipeiinr fit, stylo, quality, value and
mmcj ALLEN A ir.erciiandise which
we tell. . .
FAIR & COMPAN Y
The Fair Dealers.
Come and fee spanked!
WeVe sorry for you, but-
Mack Sennett has worked off a
mile-wide smile on erring 'usbands
and the ladies wouldn't forgive us
if we didn't put it on at the ....
, BEAVER DAM, KY.,
Thursday, Oct. 6, 1921
"Love, Honor and Obey is for the blushing Bride,
Love, Honor and BEHAVE, for the bridegroom at her side"
It's the first time we've ever seen
Mack Sennett make one like this!
Presents His Outing For
"Love, Honor and Behave"
WIVES. IT SHOWS
How to viuiip Vm
How to rlamp 'cm
'How to knock Vin when
Wliore to trust 'em
How to bust 'cm
How to bring the wan
MAt ii SKNXKTT I'llOnrCTION
ft :ill'M0 KKKIS
Not a traveHty on marriage,
but a gloom chaser from the
Gargle Inn. A Day of Divorces,
Dilemma nnd Delights. A
Funny Comedy that Married
and single, old and young will
enjoy while learning a great
lesson. Also a funny Vaude
ville, 8 great reels in all, for 20c.
Kt IlillKS. IT SHOWS
How to choose Vm
How to low Vin
How to find I lie joy in
Where to meet 'em
How Ut treat Vm
How to Mde 'em from
2 Days, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7 and 8
BIFF! BANG! BOOM!
Come on all ye Liugh Absorbers, Kim Seekers, J loom
Hater. Pen Enthusiasts, Thrill Knpy-rs 1) " here
in u i:t ? one. It's tweedy and !i;ii'i full of Joe mul
' THE MOLLYCODDL
It's new ;ui'l original in t-tuxy a;nl fit tin:; fa r t'roia ;.i:y
tiling ''ver attempted before. .Every hotly sheen f.iUiiig tVr
'1).H V theic will he n exe;.M' for n.t st i ing him, tis
he will be here two days.
Uring ll the children; bring your parents; In lug cur i :s. v pesiiist !; .nv.'d
not give them a more enjoyable opting or greater enterh'.icmer't. A'it-'S-ion ''. ;ii.'l "')e.
Mr. W. J. French, of Prentiss,
was an apprecluted caller, Tutulay.
Mr. 'Albert Rial, who has been
quite ill of rheumatism for several
days, Is gradually improving.
JltMsrs. Leland mi l V.'ait' r Ki
neer, JiiiiuM Ambrose, Jr., and INiiH.-i
Edna Uonetr wore g-.i-its of -M!-i
Kna Westerfield, Sunday afteruoim.
Miss SuBye May left this week for
Jenkins Ky., where she will be en
gaged in general hospital work.
Mr. James Dartlott, of Eastvlew,
and Miss Saddler, of Owenshoro,
were united In matrimony, Wednes
day, at Owenshoro.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, White
house, of Dundee, are the happy
parents of a baby girl, born Sept.
22. Her name ia Evelyn.
FOR SALE G-roum frame resi
dence on acre lot. y.:i'.i St.. Hart
ford, Ky.; good garden, emu! barn,
well of toft water. Price is ril.t.
Can give immediate possession.
fO-tf UKOKOIJ JOHNSON.
I Mr. Win. l,a!:e. of n.'ar this tity, !
'has received ;i ci. ,;r; in K'atitic t 'u-t '
i the body f Cnrh !. !...Ke,
Iwho was killetl in Frame, will iir
Irive at HoboUen, N. J., J. tcile r
I The r inalns v. ill probably not reiub.
I hero for sevral days. j
Mrs. Frank Eblen, Hawesvllle,
Ky.. and Mrs. Marshall Eblen, Bos
ton, Mass., are guests of their sis
ter Mrs. John H. Barnes, and Mr.
Barnes of Beaver Dam.
Miss Ina Black, oi (itveusiiorn,
who is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Fred Luuterwuseer.and Mr. Lauter
uiisser, accompanied her little neph
ew, John D. Laulerwasse to Ow
enshoro, Tuesday, where be' will
have his eyes examlnd and probab
ly trated. ' ,
Miss Connie Lake, the 15 year old
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Win, Lake,
of near this city, underwent an
operation for appendicitis, at Ow
enshoro City Hospital, last Thurs
day night. At the hour of folng to
press she was doing nicely and
physicians predict a speedy recovery.
When you feel dull and listless
with perhaps dizziness orheartburn.
bad breath vertigo (blind Btugeersl,
or the bowels do not act right, you
need WALLACE'S LIVEUADE.
For sale by
Jas. II. Williams, Hartford, Ky.
R. E. Her, Rock port, Ky.
L. C. Morton & Son, Centertown,
W. A. Johnston. Fordsvllle, Ky.
Beaver Dam Drug ; Co., Beaver
Mr. O. T. Burn, of this place. '
loHt a tine crop o( umpkiiiK (htriiit;
the rainy weather reo-ntly. Mr.
1,'nriM had gathered and piled hi 3
pumpkins in a ditch to await a con
venient time fur hauling to his burn, I
when the floods came, carrying them !
into the river.
Ft'iK S J r.:;im li :.ii'.t nee on
J-acte nit, .im.nl barn, In city
iif ilartjid. i ri'i and terms ieu
I.. O. BAIMtKTT
-1 it t r Heal Ksl.it- As-t., Herald Bid.
Mr. J :!! T;.yU r. who has been
u; :,. i.
vil'", lor taiai- tiiiie, li.t.s bei n liaus
lerred ti A.-h 'i;!e, N. C. Mr. Tay
lor's l.ealtii v.as r.ii railed by inili
taiy servK.e dnring the Vv'irltl War
mid is belnjl Riven a course of treat
ment by the government.
Til animal Conference of the M
U. Church, which recently met at
Covington, ussigned Rev. Granville,
Jagger to the No Creek charge for
the ensuing year. Rev. Jaggers
comes from the Summit charge in
Cr. Oeorge Montgomery will re
turn to his home In Nebraska, toduy
after a lengthy visit with his par
ents and other relatives In the Cen
tertown community. He was for a
few years a teacher In the schools of
Ohio county, but graduated from a
school of Osteopathy and bas won
quite a reputation In tbat profession.
I wit.!i to aiino i k ei to my many
friends nnd (nitrons of the p!t that
I am it) a better position than ever
to give your cars the inspection ami
care that they should have, at the
best prices possible. All work
guaranteed. Now that the full sea
son U J'ift beginning it Is the best
time of year to have your ears put
in trim for the coming winter and
si ring, repair shops are not so rush
ed and can give you a bolter deal.
Thanking you for the many favors
you have shown and asking con
tluuance of same, I am ever at your
CARL T. BANDIKUR.
40-lt Beaver Dam, Ky.