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TM HARTFORD HERALD
In modish shapes of dignified appearance
Th choicfj or discriminating gentlemen sirce 11859.
Hats.... 13.50-14 00
Hats, 5-7-8. All
i - LOCAI DASHJ&g O
j Mrs. Fred Patton, of Concord
Southern Agriculturist FREE, vicinity, is still quite ill.
See onr offer. I .
. j Mr. Warren Shields, Cromwell,
Don't forget the big School Fair to renewed his subscription to 1923,
be held at Fordsville Friday and Sat- Friday,
nrday. I .
Rev. Birch Shields has been call-
Mrs. Anthony Robertson, of Hef- ed to preach another year at Bar
lin, spent Friday with her daughter, ' nett's Creek.
Mrs. A. C. Porter. -
. . - ' Rev. 3. F. Smith, of Corydon, is
Messrs. J. Edward Clark and Leo conducting a revival at New Bethel
King, of Henderson; were the week- M. B. church.
end guests ot friends here.
Malted Milk and Chocolate Milk,
the' all-year-round food drinks.
OHIO. COUNTY DRUG CO. 43-2t
The number, of Southern Agricul-
turist subscriptions we have to GIVE
AWAY la limited. Hurry. I
Pumpkins for aale by the wagon
ln.4 O. T. BURNS, '
Mr. David Bishop, who la attend- ship, of near Beater Dam, died of
lng Bethel College, at Russellville, diphtheria, last Wednesday night.
spent thT week-nd here with Mi
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bishop. 1 Mrs. L. P. Fulkerson. and Mrs.
R. E. Eudaley, of Ceralvo, attended
Pay your subscription a year IN Grand Chapter O. E. S. at Owens
ADVANCE and ,, get a year'i sub- boro.
cription to- The Southern Agricul-,
turl.r th rreat farm paper, FREE. I
FOR QUICK SALE On Ford
tourin car lata 1820 Model. Price
1300. Address EVERLY, Rock-
The Goshen school will give a pe Supt. and Mrs. E. S. Howard. Mon-
unnar. Hallowe'en mini, iuuuuoj, ,
Oct. II, for the benefit of the school.
Girls attending will wear masks.
Put Panei In your wlndowi or,
your wlndowa will put Paws in
you. All sizes at OHIO COUNTY
DRUG CO. ,
Mr. a T Harnett left yesterday Grand Chapter R. A. M, at Louis- b ,eUef and tw0 ,dmjoni by bap
rs. 0. T. uara-ii week.
M n . . 1. ah Will M:
iui i-vuir.i vi. j
the cueat of her son, Mr. Orion Wal
lace, and Mrs. Wallace, for eevearl
Judge John B. Wilson fcnd Messrs.
8. T. Baraett and W. D. Smith are
In the Panther Creek country Invthe
northern nart of the COUnty, this
oonn.rn par, ."'.". u. tviinan Wilson, of Indiana-
ek, making a preliminary .7
tor a proposed new publlo ditcn.
i Lj MS 1 1
. ) ,3,4 to i
Mr. Ab Hill, of the Ceralvo vicini
ty., is very ill.
The Ladies' Social Club will meet
with Miss Lettie Marks, at 2 o'
clock this afternoon.
Mr. Step Sosh was in Island last
week on account of the illness and
death of her mother, Mrs. Whittaker
New arrivals: 4, 6 and 8 Inch
flower pots. Prices right.
WIi.Kl.iuo ac isiwjn
A small child of Mr. Roy Blanken-
Dee Powers, of Chandler,
Okla., is visiting her sister, Mrs. A.
A. Carter, and other relatives, near
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gary and son,
of Horse Branch, were guests ot
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Riley were
present at the burial ot Mrs. Ann
Tanner at Buck cree cnurcn.
Mr. W. 8. Tlnsley attended the
Grand Lodge F, A. m. ana me
... v, -
Messrs. Arthur Everley and J. W.
Bakes, of Ceralvo Lodge, attended
the Grand Lodge F. A. M. it
Louisville, last week.
vr and Mrs. Owen Brown have
h-en auests ot Mrs. Brown's broth-
. " ' .
piis. mu., -
Mr. W. D. Blackwell, of Green
ville, district game Warden, was in
thit county the Utter part ot last
week In the Interest ot enforcement
of (be game, and fish laws.
.' LOST 3 months ago, Bird Dog,
white with brown ears. Reward for
Information or return.
41-3t McHenry. Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Foster and
little son, Ellis Maddox, spent Sun
day with Mrs. Foster's sister, Mrs.
E. E. Brown, and . Mr. Brown, at
- FOR SALE 9-room, residence on
2-acre lot, with small barn, in city
i of Hartford. Prire and terms rea
L. O. BARRETT,
40tt Real Estate Agt., Herald BIdg.
Messrs. J. W. Loyal, Master cf
j Dundee Lodge, Walter Walker, Mas-
ter of Pattleville Lodge, H. H. and
Shelby Grant, of the Pattleville
Lodge, atended Grand Lodge F. &
A. M. at Louisville, last week.
Among our new subscribers are:
J. J. Robison, Heaver Dam; K. H.
Tanner, Owensboro; J. C. Thomas,
Chatham, 111; Rev. H. D. Burch,
Horse Branch, R. F. D. No. 1; W.
R. Cook, Owensboro.
The P. T. A. at McHery is un
dertaking to raise several hundred
, dollars for the benefit of the school
! by a series ot entertainments, the
! first of which will be a Hallowe'en
; party, Monday evening, Oct. 31st at
i the school hall.
j WAGON' COVERS We bought at
bottom, limited lot to offer, mall
your check now, cover to you direct
by mail insured, 10x16 10 oz. ..$5.50
Heavy. ' 10x18 12 oz. $7.20 Heavy.
FRANK GUNTHER'S Harness Shop.
42-2t ' Owensboro, Ky.
'HIGH GRADE PLEATING Ac
cordion, box, knife or side pleating.
Skirts, any style, $1.25 postpaid. In
formation on pleating free. Satis
faction guaranteed. Mr. Meloan's
Pleating House, Murray, Ky. 43-2t
The Rev. W. C. Boone, pastor of
The First Baptist Church, Owens
boro, will assist Rev. N. Lashbrooks
In a series of meetings at Center
town Baptist Church, beginning
Monday night, Oct. 31st. The public
The many local friendsof Miss
Martha C. Pate, who is a student at
the Kentucky State University, will
be glad to know that she is rapidly
recovering from the injury to ber
left arm, recently suffered in a game
Among onr subscribers who have
recently renewed are: Caleb Bean,
Narrows R. F. D. No. 2; Gordon
Reid, Beaver Dam, R. F. D. No. 1;
T. D. Duke, Owensboro; J. T. Mil
ler, City; Energy Moore, Hartford,
R. F. D. No. 2; Mrs. A. J. Hines,
Hartford, R .F. D. No. 1 ; J. T. Ralph
Beaver Dam; S. 8. Acton, Narrows,
R. F. D. No. 2.
Among our welcome visitors Mon
day were W. P. Taylor, Haynesville;
Leonard Taylor, Herbert; A. B.
Grant, Shreve; Willie Harl and Lafe
Grant Barrett's Ferry; E. F. Cook,
Dundee; P. P. Murphy, Sulphur
Springs; Guy Ranney, McHenry; Ben
Patterson, Beaver Dam, Route 2;
Clinton Igleheart Equality; Sam
Holbrook, Heflin; Charles W. White,
Sulphur Springs and Dr. D. H. God
Constipation "nipped In the bud"
by taking WALLACE'S LIVERADE.
WALLACE'S LIVERADE Is S
vegetable preparation prescribed by
physicians for liver ailments, and
does not contain any calomel.
For sale by
Jas. H. Williams, Hartford, Ky,
R. E. Her, Rockport, Ky.
L. C. Morton Son. Centertown,
A. W. Johnston,. Fordsville, Ky.
Beaver Dam Drug Co., Beaver
Rev. J. W. Phillips, ot Deanoeld.
.gilBted by th, pggtor. Rev. R. E. Fu
a of Hartford, baa just closed a
very successful ten-day protracted
I meeting at Cool Springs Baptist
churchi Tner wer, twiv profes-
, two addltlong to the church
I tUm. Immense ' congregations were
in attendance, and It is reported that
Sunday night, about ISO could not
get inside the church,. Mr. G. P
Jones was choir leader and was ot
wonderful assistance throughout the
meeting. Revs. Phillips and Fuqua
closed a successful meeting at Pond
Run Jt prevloui to beginning the
on at Cool Springs. Thero weri
8lBvea Droftion. and
eleven professions and eight baptism
Mr. and Mrs. Ira V. Bean and lit
tle daughter, Alice, arrived Sunday
to visit Mr. Bean's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. H. Bean. Mr. Bean left
yesterday for a business trip of sev
eral weeks' duration through the
South and West.
LOST, STRAYED OR 8TOLEN
Mare mule, 62 Inches fn heighth, X
years old, mouse colored, informa
tion leading to her recovery will be
43-2tp Echols Ky.
Mrs. Martha Dalton, a widow, 77
years of nge, was brought here,
from Aeklns, Ky., last week, and
adjudged of miHOiind mind. She
has been taken to Western Ken
tucky State Hospital for the Insane,
Always remember WALLACE'S
LIVERADR in guaranteed to do all
It Is claimed if not call on the
drKgigt nnl get your money back
WALLACE'S LIVERADE acts gen
tly on the liver and will not make
you sick. Why take calomel?
For sale by
Jas. H. Williams, Hartford, Ky.
R. E. ller, Rockport, Ky.
L. C. ."Morton & Son, Centertown
A. W. Johnston, Fordsville, Ky.
Beaver Dam Drug Co. Beaver
ry Goods and Army
This genuine sale
and adjoining counties
just in time when everyone is in market for
It is further my purpose to mark the goods at prices that cannot be
duplicated, for the reason that I have bought heavy this Spring and
Summer in regular goods, and Government Auction Goods, while
Drices were low. Do not be misled, but come right to my place in
the Concrete Building,
2100 New O. D. Blankets . . . . $3.50
Overcoatings and Grey Blank-
e9 ..$1.75 to $2.60
New Commercial Double Blank
New Army Shirts, O. D 1.75
Grey Wool Shirts 1.9 8
Flannelette Shirts 119
Army Wool " Shirts. Short I
O. D. Overcoats 3 98!
Canadian Overcoats 3.98
O. D. Dress Coats 119
O. D. Pants, Lace Bottoms . . . 1.00
O. D. Pants, straight bottoms. 1.48
Kbakl Pants 50
Khaki Coata 40 j
New Raincoats, heavy rubber
New Raincoats 3.75 1
Light Leatherettes 3.50 j
Double lined heavy Leatherettes I
a 01 :
Canvas Legginga .
Slipovers, Heavy Wool with
All Wool Sweaters 4.25 New Army Axes, with bandies. 1.00
Wool Sweaters 3.25 8 1-2 Axes, extra heavy steel . 1.00
Cotton Sweaters 1.00 Used Army Axes 60
Extra Heavy Wool Sox .35 Shovels 50
Extra Heavy Ladles' Wool Iron Sa,e- eacb 15 00
Stockings 45'.An Cans 2.50
Nw Armv Undershirts'.' Medl- i Steel Cots 1.98
Army Wool Undershirts
Army fleeced Lined Drawers
High Grade, New, Fleeced lined
Ribbed Unionsuits 1.19
Overalls. 220 Denim i... 1.38
Blue Overall 100
Jackets, 220 Denim 138
Unionalls, Extra Heavy Quail-
New Hob Nail Shoes ........ 3.25
New Work 8boes 2.35 Big Water Cups, heavy
Regiment, Army Last, Endicott Roasting Pans , .
Johnson 2.95 Real good quality dinner buck
Dress Shoes, regular $8.00 ) eta ,
value $3.65 to $5.25 Carbide Lamps . . .
Army Defiance. Endicott John- UKOCKRIKS
New Hauck Towela, per pair
Don't fail to look at my Una of
8ults. Bought a bankrupt clothing
stock, the well known , "Moses-
LOUIS COHEN S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE,
Concrete Building. Near I. C. R. R, Track,
" Central City, Ky.
BEAVER DAM, KY.
Thursday, October 27, 1 92 1
"The Primal Law"
We have a new star for you this 'Voelc. Come Ree if you like
him better than him brother, William. In "ThelYnnal Law"
Dnstin Farinim is seen hi tli role of a inont engaging char
acter a rancher, genial and kindly, but dangerous in &
Saturday, October 29, 1921
14 The Night Horsemen"
A stirring tale of the West, and a sequel of the. great Mix
snrcess, "The Untamed." We have made especial i'1'ort tc
get these stars for you. so let nothing cause you to mis-s lliem.
Plenty of Comedy.
purpose is to supply everyone in Muhlenberg
with sure enough bargains on merchandise
located on Illinois Central track, and see for
, Rothschild" suits, ranging in value
up to $50.00, are now marked in my
I store from $8.00 to $20.00
Leather Gloves, per pair ....
Hunting Ammunitiono Belts .
Army Saddles Iron Stirrups .
Am,, Cwl.ltao TUAwlan Qtli.
Fine Set8 Harness wltn co'"
e..i i. tn
nam. on meoi -?a.u .
Bridle Reins 69
Blind Bridles 1.50
Fine Breechings .... 8. 48
Solid Leather Horse Collars,
extra Heavy 4.50
All Leather Horae Collars . . . 3.25
Check Lines 3.50
Saddle Bags 1.50
Army Wagons, will haul 40 bushels
coal and will run aa light as ordin-
ary tw0 tnree 4arter Inch
"ll!tl Uuvv Nun niolr rVu.
ers, 12xl 12.50
Horse Covers 1.98
Cross Cut Sawa
I New Pumps for Mines, 2 Inch
! KNAMEL WARE
Tea Kettles, Coffee Pots, Water
Paila, preserving Kettles, each .49
I White Enameled Sauce Pans, Sugar
Bowls, Butter Bowls, each ... .15
Meat Boxes for Lucbes 10
Cane Sugar, per 100 pounds ..$7.00
Choice Bacon, per pound ,.20 to
Pure Hog Lard per can
Pure Hog Lard. 10 lb. buckets
Pure Hog Lard, 5 lb. bucket .
Fll and Winter AppareL
Corn Beef Hush, 2 for 2b
Karo Syrup, white gallon 7t
Karo Syrup, Red .6
Splash Soap, White 6 for ... .21
Lira ml pa Soap OS
Goblin Soap .0C
Baby Doll OS
Tlnl t u VufHon Vina rtif.mt
Meal, per bu. 1.2ft.
Pork & Beans, per can ft
v., n. ,m
muuc 4.'vnuo . .. . . .
Canned Corn .It
Pie Peaches, 2 for 3
No. 3 Table Penches JTS
No. 3 Apricots, heavy syrup .2
Gallon Can Cherries J-5t
Plum and Current Jelly IS
Sunkist Marmalade -2
Canned Soups, all kinds, per
can , .10
Rolled Oats, per box -1ft
No. 3 Tomatoes, per can IS
Sauer Kraut, per can .... .. .IS
Choice Navy Beans 16 lbs. tor 1.0ft
Butter Beans, per lb.
Ground Coffee, per pound .. .
Whole Grain Coffee, per lb. ..
Nuggett Coffee, per pound
Mozart Coffee, per pound ....
Peaberry Coffee, per pound ...
Peach, Strawberry, Raspberry
j and Blackberry Preserves
I In 30 pound Pails
Strawberry Jam, 50 lb. cans . ,
Eagle Brand Milk, large cans .
Pet Milk, 2 for
Bu!l Durham Tobacco, 6 for
Economy Brooms, each
. Extra Heavy Brooms, each
I Mustard, per bottle
Vinegar, per bottle
Choice Sliced Pineapple, per
Evaporated Peaches, per lb. .. .IS
Ginger Suaps, per box 10
.10 Calumet Baking Powder, larg
Calumet Baking Powder small
Pickles, large Jars
- Pickles, small jars
Peas per can
23 Apples ,ln gallon cans
75. Table Peaches,. In gallon cans.
ANYTHING IN THE GROCKBT
LINE CAN BE GOTTEN HERB