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THE HARTFORD HERALD
Ladies' and Children's Coats
The cold weather is
a reminder to us
that a Coat or Coat
Suit is now hi sea
son. - Our stock is large
and varied iu quali
ty and price, in fact,
we can fit the small
est and the largest
Ladies' $35.00 Plash Cloa& $25.00
Ladies' $45.00 Velour CloaKs $27.50
Ladies' Bolivia Cloth Coats ....$30.00
Ladies' Broad Cloth Coats $9.00, $15.00, $-5.60
Children's Cloaks, 2 to 7 years, $3, 3.50, $4.00, $5.00
Junior Coats $5.00, $7.50, $9.00, $12.50
Intermediate, 15 to 19 years, $9.00, $12.50, $15, $20
An exceptionally fine line of Dresses in Silk and
Serges in the new shades. Sizes 16 to 40, $12.50 to
A wonderful assortment of new' Blouses just received,
in Tricolette, Pongee, Georgette and Crepe de Chine.
Prices from $3.50, $5.00, $6.00 to $8.00.
See these ready-to-wear garments, and you will ap
preciate their value.
Mr. Wm. Renfrow, of Olaton, R.J
D. No. 1, was In this city, Tues-
Hemstltchlng and Pecot Edging. !
MRS. W. J. BEAN, Hartford, Ky.
Mr. and Mra. C. E. Rogers, of Elk-j Common wealth's Attorney C E,
ton, will spend Thanksgiving ber Smltb, accompanied by Mrs. Smith
with Mra. Roger' parents, Capt. and spent the greater part of last week
BEAVER DAM, KY.
Mrs. S. K Cos.
Messrs. Thomas W. Barrett and
W W. Lloyd, of Narrows, R. F; D.
No. 2, were In this city, on business
in Calhoun In attendance at the Mc
Lean Circuit Court.
Messrs. John W. Nabors and
Clyde Magan, of Narrows, R. F. D.
No. 2( were pleasant callers at this
office, Tuesday. Mr. Nabors renew-
Messrs. Rowan and McHenry Hoi- ed his subscription whfle here,
brook and John Bozarth spent a few!
jdnys recently huntng near the mouth Clarence C. Lee, of Pittsburg Ta.,
of No Creek. has opened a Cash Produce House
' ' 'at trie' O. TV. Keown Tobai-co nam.
fc. Fentress, and Lon at Beaver Dam, Ky.
, FRED BAIZE, Manager.
Westerfleldj Narrows, were among 47-2t
our callers, Tuesday. .
Ohio County friends of Mr. and
Mr. John Johnson, has returned to Mrs. H. M. Crlder, of Louisville
Decatur, Ala., where he Is In the have received announcement of the
employ of Bond Bros., after spend- arrival of a baby boy in their home,
ing several days with his family Nov. 2nd. His name is Harry
Askins, Barrett's Ferry, and Guyman
Miss Martlne Taylor, of near Rev. R. E. Fuqua, assisted by Rev.
Cromwell, returned to her home Sat- C. C. Daves, began a series of meet
urday after spundlng two weeks lugs at the Rockport Baptist Church
here as the guest of Mrs. Lucy Hub- Monday night. Mr. Horace Taylor,
hard. !of Liberty, Is in charge of the sing-
Mr. R. B. Caary has returned to '
Will Give You For V
Thursday, Nov. 24, 192-
Bonn tiling that you will enjoy far het.
Turkey or Cranberry'
CHARLES (BUCK) JONES
"Riding With Death"
McHenry, where he is employed as
special peace officer, after spending
a day or two with his family near
I have installed a new and up-to-date
Hemstitching Machine. Am
prepnred to do your Hemstitching
and Pecot Edging. Bring or mall
your work to me. MRS. W. J. BEAN,
47-tf Hartford, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Foreman,
and infant son, of Hazard, Ky., were
the guests last week of Mr. Fore-' Rev. T. T. Frazier, of Hartford,
man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. has gone to Horse Branch where he
Foreman, city. , jwill remain some ten days, in the
- 'conduct of a series of meetings.
Miss Emily Bell, a student in the Rev. Frazier is assisting the pastor
Livermore.High School Is iU of ty- 0f the M. E. Church at that place.
Rev. W. S. Buckner.
phoid fever at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Bell, I
near Buford. j Mr. J. T. Sanderfur, manager of
-- " " a large wholesale grocery house of
Mr. and Mrs. Birfch Holbrook, of the Creasey Corporation, in Hunt
South CRrrollton. have returned ington, W. Va.. was the guest of bis
home after spending several days as father. Judge J. P. Sanderfur of
the gueBts of .Mr. and Mrs. J. D. this city, from Saturday until Wed-
:,nesday. He favored us with a call
$ LOCAL DASHES O
Mrs. W. C. Blankenship is spend
ing a few days at Dawson. .
Mr. Henry Carter, of Narrows,
was in this city Friday, on business.
Mr. O. J. Christian, of Horse
Branch, was in Hartford Wednesday.
A Pie Supper will be given at the
No Creek schoolhouse Saturday
night, the 26th. inst. Everybody in
Drs. Oscar McKinney, Beaver Dam,
and Jesse Bean, Horse Branch, were
In Owensboro on business last
Mr. J. P. Vincent and grandson
Ray Vincent of Centertown, were
welcome callers at the Herald office
Mr. Cecil Martin and family, for- Saturday,
merly of Cromwell, have come to ,
Hartford to reside. Mr. and Mra. A. D. Kirk have re-
. turned from a, short pleasure trip
Attorney Thomas Sandidge, of to New Orleans and other points in
Owensboro, was in Hartford On busi- the South."
ness last Thursday.
Mrs. Marvin Bean, of Akron, O.,
Mr. Theodore Snyder, of Central ia expected in Hartford shortly to
City, was the guest of friends here spend several days with relatives
several days last week. and friends.
Mrs. Herbert Sanders, of Coving- a valuable milch cow belonging
lag, la at the bedside of her sister- to Mr. Alvin Ross, Route 1, Center-
fm-law, Mrs. U. S. Carson.
Mr. Sam Riley, of Owensboro,
pent several days with friends and
relatives In Hartford last week.
town, was killed by lightning last
Messrs. B. W. Slulti and W. D. days last week.
Russell, of Prentiss, were welcome
visitors at this office Monday. I
Mr. Ed Porter, of Owensboro, was
the guest -of Mrs. Amanda Phillips
and daughter, Miss Bertha, a few
Mrs. Roy Roland Washer,
Omaha, Neb., is at the bedside
her sister, Mrs. U. S. Carson.
Miss Lettle Marks went to Louis
ville the first of last week to spend
of about ten days as the guest of
01 friends and relatives.
Mra Zulu Howard Ktftwart of
Mrs.' J. I, Goodman went to Ow- Centertown, was the guest of her
asboro Monday to spend several mother, Mrs. C. B. Howard, city,
days with relatives and friends.
several days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle D. Tlchenor,
4 Messrs. E. O. Barrass and, M. L
Heavrln spent several days last 0f Hartford, R. F. D. No. S. spent
week In Louisville on business. Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. L.
' - ' IB, Ticheaor, of near this city.
1 7 Mr. E. P. Bennett and family,
faioved from near this city to the
Washington vicinity, Saturday.
5! Mr. ,
John Sam Ford, of near town
if lett Thursday for Crescent City
, I ria., where be will spend the winter
Mrs. A. V. Coodin and baby, of
Charleston, Mo., are the guests of
Mrs. Goodin's parents, Capt. and
Mrs. 8. K. Cox, for Thanksgiving.
TA 1. a An t Am.
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WANTED Two furnished roonjs
for light house-keeping. Man and
Ross, Centertown, wife, No children.
MRS. Wm. DEMPSEY,
i Beaver Dam, Ky.
Bring me your Shoeing, Wagon
and Buggy repairing. Cheapest and
' Mr. E. P. Thomas and little grand
I tyugbters, . Ludle and Sarah best . Ferty years experience.- Quick
'.::Voeter. left yesterday for Cadis, service. Plain Shoes, 11.50, Toed
. . !. will " nn4 - , Oknaa AA
rffc Mr. Thomas' daughter, i
V. J, Puraley. 1 47-2tp
Rev. Russell Walker, pastor of the
local Baptist church, attended the Mr. L. P. Loney has been the
General Association of Kentucky Bap- gUe8t of his -sister, Mrs. J.A.Hocker,
of near this city, the past few days:
Mr. Loney was recently elected City
Commissioner of Owensboro, Ky
lists at Hopkinsvllle, from Tuesday
A romance of the most stratling sensations. :vrrybody says Sc -Jones
gets better In every picture and Is more than 100 per cent Defter -
than a year ago and this is positively his latest picture Right off tht
bat never been shown in the Cities. , '
Saturday, Nov. 26, 1921
cy tne largest vote ever given a
candidate in that city. He was
pleasant caller at this office, Tues
Miss Lelia Glenn, who Is teaching
In the Central City High School,
will spend the Thanksgiving holi
days here with her parents, Judge
and Mrs. J. S. Glenn.
Mr. Thomas W. Barrett, of Nar
Quite a number of local young rowS( t.ialms the record for success
people are tailing a course in mus- fu, shooting this season. Out of the
ic under Prof. J. C. Schubert, of flrBt thirty-three shots fired twenty
i-emrai cuy, wno comes 10 narx- .- rea..hed their mark and hroneht
to earth a squirrel, rabbit or quail
ford Friday of each week.
Mrs. William Savage, who had
been assisting her husband, Bro.
Savage, in a reviv.nl at the Christian
Church here, returned to her home
at Hopkinsvllle Thursday.
Barrett has long been considered
an expert marksman and has added
to his ability by several years ex
perlence In the West.
We acknowledge with thanks the
receipt of the following new sub-
Mrs. A. M. Barnett and son, Rob- sorlptions: Mrs. Elizabeth Miller
ert, left Monday for St. Cloud, Fla., Cromwell; Mrs. C. B. Knlskern,
to spend the winter. Enroute they Miami, Fla.j Rev. R. T. Harper,
will visit relatives at Memphis, Route 3, Hartford; Mrs. T. E. HuV
Tenn., Stuttgart and Batesville, Ark. ley, Auburn, Ky.; Messrs. L. E. Mor
j ris, Owensboro; Roy Rains, Dalritta
Mrs. Nannie Taylor, Liberty, Mrs. Tex.; J. R. Turner, Route 1, Hart-
Llda Miller, Mrs. Hiram Miller and ford; Jas. H. Thomas, Beaver Dam
little son, John Hiram, of near Bea- and J. D. Holbrook, city,
ver Dam, spent Sunday afternoon as ,
the guests of Judge J. E. Fogle and
Messrs. C. P. Williams and.L. W.
Peyton, Echols; H. E. Shults, Pren
tiss; Cleve Stevens, Route 2, Beaver
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Rowan, of Dam; F. M. Allen, Centertown; Mrs.
near Heflln, and Mr. S. O. Rowan Alvin Porter, Herrln, 111.; Prof. J.
and son, Hugh, of Colorado, but who F. Bruner. Auburn, Ky.; Mrs. R. C.
have been spending the summer Benbam, Route 3, Hartford; Messrs.
with the former, left Monday for H. A. Balrd. Route 5. Hartford, and
Crescent City, Fla. where they will j. A. Westerfield, city," have made
spend the winter. glad hearts of ye editors by renew
ilng their allegiance to the Herald
Miss Martha Sevenson, formerly a within the last few days
member of the local High School
faculty, but now a student at the I Miss Cliffle Felix, who is teaching
Western Kentucky State Normal in the High School at McHenry, was
School, Bowling Green, Ky., will taken suddenly 111 at her boarding
spend the Thanksgiving holidays house in that city on last Tuesday
here with her sister Miss Mildred night. X physician was Immediate-
Stevenson. ly summoned and pronounced the
case appendicitis. . It was at first
A; B. ROW,
The Hartford High School Basket thought that an operation would be
Ball team Journeyed to Clarkson, necessary, bju tne patient snowed
Grayson County, Saturday and tried such Improvement that it was not
conclusions with the basket artists deemed advisable. Miss Felix's
of that burg. Our boys were bandi- friends will be glad to know that
capped by the absence of Bartlett she bids fail" to be back. In her usual
from the lineup, put up a game fight, health within a few days.
They lost however, by the score of i .
45 to 15. . Miss Elizabeth Miller, of Central
1 City, will arrive Wednesday evening
Mr. and Mra. Henderson Mur- to spend the Thanksgiving holidays
phree returned to Hartford last with, her mpther, Mrs. Jennie Mil-
week from Washington, N. C, where ltr. Miss Miller will be accompan
Mr. Murpbioe bad been engaged in led by Miss Beulah Miller, of Lou
the . tobacco business, for several Isville, who resided In Hartford sev-
months. After visiting Mrs. Mur- eral years ago when ber father, Rev.
phree's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Miller, was pastor of the local
Rowan Holbrook they went to Ow-; Methodist Cburcb. Mist Miller la
ensboro Thursday to resume house pleasantly remembered by a boat
keeping. Mr. Murphree will again of old friends and neighbors who
be connected wltb one of the large will be glad to welcome ber to HarV
tobacco warehouses of that city., ford again.
"The Devil Within"
This is one of the most populat Stars on the screen, and" this ia his"
last picture out. We introduced him to you in his first Fox picture"
and this is his second and newest.
Our patrons tell us they appreciate our giving them these new pic
tures and are coming miles, no matter the weather or roads, to
them. They cost us much more money than old ones by the
Stars but they are three or four times as entertaining,
and we will give you anything you want.
HARTFORD HERALD, ONLY 11.50 IRE YEAR
Fill the house-
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OUR ONLY REGRET is . that we have never $1
been able to aatisfy the growing demand of ouv cub- "
tomers for Billiken Shoes. Through many years of o .
experiment and combined effort, Billiken Shoes have
been brought to such attate of perfection that, we are !
able to give them our unqualified guarantee. These
q Diiuca mo ui buiiu icttuitT, neziDie Boies and double
welt. For boys and girls the prices rauge from $2.75 O
2 to $6.50. - f . 6
W m .a. ... X t .
n you are uot tanuiiar wan ouj line of Bhbes ". .
come iu and let us show you.
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