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TNZ HARTFORD HERALD
LEACH . ) (r- n
Issued every 'Wednesday by
HARTFORD HERALD rUB. CO.
" Incorporated ,
McDOWKLL A. FOGLE,
President and Editor
cause It wa sponsored by. a Demo- MISS VIRGINIA LEACH
cratic President. Ths very same SUCCUMBS
provisions. Incorporated In a treaty ' -
negotiated ty a Republican Admtnls- Miss Virginia Leach, IS years of
tratlon, they laud to the skies and age, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
condemn a unpatriotic partisans all Charles Leach, of thla city, died at
who dare to offer a word of opposi- the City Hospital In Owensboro, Ky.,
Hon or criticism thereto. Even eer- at 9 p. m., Thuraday, Dee. 15th. Best Carve Sugar, per 100 lba. $6.45
tain provincial lournallsta are rala- She Baa been in aeemingiy peneci pure Ho Lard, per can ..8.00
lb. Bucket lard 1.65
LYMAN G. BARRETT.
Sc'y.-Treas., and Managing Editor jnK the cry, "a Senate of opposition." health until Saturday night previous
Entered according to Jaw at the
Poatofflce, Hartford. Ky., aa mall
matter of the second class.
We will forbear to quote
ADVERTISING RATES live In glare
Local Advertising. 10c per line for. throw stones."
the first insertion and 8c per line
for each insertion thereafter. p. j. n. I'IRTLE
ha nM tn tier death, when she became 111
lm ii.i.i. T...1-. mnrt,in. 5-lb. Bucket
at least, venture to remind our the waa taken to Owensboro, where Side Meat, per pound is
friends, the enemy, that "those who ahe underwent an operation that Fancy Wrapped Bacon, per lb. .20
not afternoon. Cut despite me enoris oi N Beans, per 100 pounda . 6.60
specialists, and the ministrations or
. . . . ,, . Butterbeans, per pound 10
loved onea she gradually grew worse.
PRESIDENT Miss Leach waa a atudent of the PM OoA Flour. 24-lb. aack . 1.00
Ratei for Dlr.plny Advertising made pisTRKT DENTAL ASSOCIATION 0Cal school, a faithful church and Snow-Whlte Flour, 24-lb, sack 1.00
known on application. Sunday School attendant and one of Dolly Varden Flour, 24-lb. aack 1.10
vnce a,,vertlsl,,g' cnsn ln aa" At the next meeting of the Dav- Hartford's brightest and sweetest Kar0 SyniP( per gal. . , 60
' i... rvmntv Dental Association, mi!.- Tha momnrv nf her nleasant m
Cards of Thanks. Resolutions of " , ' u -"-i-i ,,, ""o eyrup, nea, per ga. .
..c n... sin i ib biiu .......... riranse. ner nu S.UU
and beautiful flowing
frorert rl)timrie nml nhltimrv renrnary 1".
Poetry, 1 tent per word. Headlines oc!ety will be changed, possibly to wm always be retained In the mem
and signatures S cents each
. ... 73
a district dental society, as under ory 0f Hartford'a citizens.
the rearrangement of the state den- Surviving relatives Include moth-
tiets. Ohio, Breckenrldge, McLean, er- father three sisters Mrs. Leet
Hancock. Henderson and Daviess , Ashley, Owensboro; Mrs. Blanton Fancy winesaps, per box
ONE VEAR S1.50
SIX MONTHS 80
counties now constitute one ais
trlct. At the meeting hefd last
niisht at' the office of Dr. R .E, Mor-
Ellls and Miss Martha Louise Leach, Bg
Oranges, 2 dozen 65
Oranges, per dozen 65
Apples, per bu. 2.50
THREE MONTHS 43 rl?on. officers lor tne ensuing year ,
KivftT.R I'npv n.i were elected as follows: Dr. J. R.
Subscription requiring paper to
Hartford; four brothers, Arthur,
Herrln, III.; Leonard, C. A., and
Henry Floyd. Hartford.
The body was returned to her
nanaa, per dozen 25
Coffee, whole grain, per lb.
Peaberry Coffee, per lb. . .
Nuggett' Coffee, per lb. ...
Ground Bulk Coffee, per lb.
Tlrtle. Hartford. Ohio county, presi- home here, Friday nignt, anu Duriai No 3 Tomatoes per ca
be .sent beyond the third Posia! dent; Dr. J. R. Rodman. Henderson, occurred at Oakwood Saturday, fol- K . TabIa peaches ner can
Zone will not be accepted for less
than One Year at 81.73.
Notice of liurili Services Free
Hetvlerso county, vice president, lowlrg funeral services conuucieu N( 3 Aprlcotg( per can 25
Dr. G. L. Hardesty, cainoun, .ic- oy Rev. Russell waiKer, ai me nap- Fvflnorated peaeheg. ner lb. .. 15
Prunes, per pound 15
No. 3 Cherries, per can 35
I.enn comity, vice president, and Dr.
O. D Wilson, Owensboro, secretary
tist Church, at 2:30 p. m., in the
presence of a large audience of sor-
MEDNESDAV, IlIH-. 21, l!)2t
The glad V;iVii l- season of cheer
and good wi'I is with u.s npnin and
it Is to be Iii;:(rd that we, one anil
all, may b a;ile to enter into its
feetivlttes with the wrae spirit of
faith and love as makes Christmas
one of the most fond and eacred
memories of our childhood. The
celebration of the Nativity of our
Lord is the one universally observed
and Treasurer. Owensboro Inquir- rowing friends,
er, December 14. . teacher, Mrs. S. O,
News of this added and un- pupils of
policited honor conferred upon one funeral ln
of Ohio county's leading dentists brought many beautiful
will be received with pleasure and ing.
appreciation by Dr. Pirtle's exten
sive circle of friends. It is deserved
recognition accorded to a most
.Miss v "rg.n.a s-Gallon cherre j 65
Keown. and the "peaches .90
her room attended the 5 b Can strawberry Jam ... .90
a body. They and others p..-.. 3.75
Plum Currant, Crabapple and
Grape Jelly, per can 16
Ginger Snaps, per box
Sunkist Marmalade, per can
- . Tlw fllttm Tlint I Jit
Don't fail to see our line of Xn.ae Choice Tlneapple .
WATCHES IVORY GOODS
PEARLS MANICURE rails
Last Saturday night, despite the NECKLACES LAVALIERES
inclement weather, a team from Famous W. AV. V. Set Rings, acta
O, D. Blankets ....... ...3,0Q
O. D. and Grey, reclaimed .... ,
. . $1.60 to $2.00
Flannelette Shirt 1.19
Khaki Shirta .60
O. D. Overcoats ... 8.98
Canadian Overcoata 3.98
0. D, Dress Coats 1.19
O. D. Pants, lace bottoms .... 1.00
O. D Pants, straight bottoms. 1.48
Khaki Pants .60
New Raincoats 3.75
Khaki Coats 40
Light Leatherettes 3.50
Double Lined heavy Leather- -
Wool Sweaters 3.25
Cotton Sweaters- 75
Extra Heavy Wool Sox 35
Extra Heavy Ladies. Wool t.
Stockings, per pair .45
New Army Undershirts, Medium
Army Wool Undershirts 60
rmy Fleeced Lined Drawers . .25
High Grade, New, Fleeced Line
Ribbed Unionsult 1.19
Overalls 220 Denim 1.25
Slue Overalls .90
rackets, 220 Denim ... . . 1.25
'Jnlonalls .... 1.50
Unionalls, Extra heavy quali
ty . 1.98
S'ew Hob Nail Shoes ........ 3.25
New' Work Shoes .... ...... 2.35
Regiment, army last, Endlcott
Johnson ... , t.tS-
Dress Shoes, regular 18.00
value for $3.65 to $5.25-
Army Defiance Endicott John
son . . S.75
88 ier cent off on all High Grade
Men's Salts - ' - "
Leather Gloves, per pair .... .76
Hunting Ammunition Belts .. .85'
Army Saddles, Iron Stirrups 7.48
Army Sadlles, Wooden Stirrup 7.98
Ha me Strings, each . . ,10
Bridle Reins 60
Blind Bridles .... .... .... 1.60
Fine Breeching , .... 8.48
Solid Leather Horse Collars
Extra Heavy .. .... 4.60
All Leather Horse Collars . . . 8.25
Check Lines 3.60
Saddle Bags 1.60
Army Wagons, will haul 40 bushels
coal and will run as light as ordin
ary two-three-quarter Inch wagons
Extra Heavy New Duck Cov
ers. 12x16 ; 12.60
Horse Covers .... 1.9S
Mew Army Axes with handles ' 1.00
N'ew Axes, extra heavy steel , 1,00
Ash Can 2.60
Steel Cots ....
Cross Cut Saws 1 . . . ...-..-r
New Bicycles, each ........ 22.60
Ink Stands 10
Real Good Quality Dinner buck
ets, each 1-25
Carbide Lamps .85
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR FURS
I. O. O. F. BANQUET
and revered festival of Christendom. Rotkport I. O. O F. Lodge No
Its annual recurrence should ever fanle
bring us nearer to the lowly Naza- WOrk
rene in spirit and in conduct.
"And the angel raid unto them
O. O. F Lodge No. 181,
FOR SALE Two black
n it verv much and mules, fifteen hands high,
Fear not: for, behold, I bring you tJie wori a banquet was served by
good tidirgs of great Joy, which
shall be to all people.
For unto you Is born this day In
the city of David a Saviour which
Is Christ the Lord.
Glory to God in the hithet-t. and
on earth peace, good will toward
316 replaced free of charge.
to Centertown and put on Prices mut-h lower than last Amai
in the Initiatory and first de- you will mlH bargain If yon
gree. The work was beautifully buy before seeing my line of gift,
done and was very impresive. After n. V. KING, .Jewelry.
Louis Cohen's Big Department Store
Central City, Ky. Telephone 27L
In the market for 10,000 bushels i of corn. Let me know what you have and I will quote price.
Beaver Dam, Ky
Miss Anna Carter, of Simmons,
and Judge Mack Cook, of this city,
horse' were united ln matrimony ln the
good rooms of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scott at
would like for you to come again, matches, four years old; new set of the Hamby Hotel, Dawson Springs,
Rotkport. You will always be wel- harness. Price $300.00. Ky.. Dec. 9th. Rev E G. SIsk. pas-
ALVIN ROSS, Sec.
B. F. VAN WINKLE,
NOTICE OF BAPTIST
MISSION BOARD MEETING
The President has persistently
preached and attained his offl-!
cial position by the advocacy of na- 1
tlonal isolation. He and the Secre-1
tary of State are now beginning to j
:enee our international obligations'
and, assisted by Senator Lodge, the!
most bitter and perristent opponent
ol the Wilson Administration, are I
attempting to set up a "baby league"
by the prospective ratification of the
Four-r.)WHr Peciiic Pact. Article I
.i ihe : ew treaty provides for the
same tort of adjudication of rights
v."Art:-:e XV of the League of Na
tions ar.d Article II of the treaty
niHken the same guaranties of
Tiovereignty es the much maligned
Article X of tr.e League, the only
difference ' beirg that the present
agreement binds on!y four powers
while the League Covenant was in
tended to includg all nations. If the
Senate ratifies this tmty, ps it
should and alr.ioet certuirly will,
the return of the American Prodigal
to the paternal roof-tree of Chris
tian civilization will have begun. His
arrival and the resumption of his
full rights and duties will only be a
matter of time.
' A by-product of the Washington
Disarmament parleys has been a re-1
crudtscence of the Harding "ati o-j
elation" idea. The President's rr,
posals, if they may be dignified by ;
such a name, are as indefinite ai"l
chaotic n form and plan as when
first advanrd In the last national
campaign. Neither has he a tugges-,
tlon as to how to "put teeth" in his
agency of International Justice. But,!
In spite of its haziness, the nations
weeiu inclined to give it careful con
sideration fur they are all, let us
hope, sincerely set-king the sains
en(, international r'e. Their
only criterion of judgment U feasi
bility. Naturally they aie prejudic
ed In favor of a real, "going" Insti
tution,'' as in tho League and of
which they are iiii-inhers, m conipar
. Uoa with a mere hypcthttical asso
ciation of the dl.V.u.t Id'.ure.
It la to be slMierely hop-d and ap
pears 1 factually ceiMm t'r.it the
.Democratic Stirator. aI'Ii tin- ponsi
ble exception of two or tine enatlc
irreconcilable, will vut t rutify
the new Pacific trty. Hut -houM
'iIifv act otherwise. crl'i inn tiuiu
their RjpubMean ei-llea
..a... with poor graie
'uliter of tb
Kii.I the LiJ
! 1 nrX.
tor of Dawson Springs Baptist
Church performed the ceremony.
The bride is one of Ohio County's
most popular and progressive school;
teachers and the groom, now round
ing out a term as County Judge, is
a gentleman of the highest type and
has made a host of friends while
residing In this city. After several
days at the popular Hopkins County
watering place the newly-weds re
turned to Hartford, Monday, where
they are now at home to their
All who know themselves to be
members .of the Mission Board of
the Ohio County Baptist Association
are urged to be present at Hartford
Baptist Church, Dec, 87th at 10 o'
clock a. m.
R. E. FUQUA, Clerk of Board.
Hartford Herald. 81.60 the year.
CARD OF THANKS
We take this method of express
ing our most sincere thanks to the
many friends and neighbors who
were so kind to us ln our recent be
reavement, occasioned by the death'
of onr beloved daughter and sister,
Virginia Leach. We are especially
grateful to Mrs. S. O. Keown and;
At this exceptional';' low
r: !c3 it. nicrwh:u.tcrman-
Covenant by the O.
majority in the Si-!tit Jmt be-
or Solid Tina and
Your choice of
e"i.W tha apee'cl
( ring of 5-16 to
1 far speed dalivJ
mry or tha a'andafJ
gearinitof 7-14 tot
for haavy hauling.
uf..cturer can cflord to do
v.Vihout a r?ru cne-t::i
truck. A truck that has
alwaj'S been considered
by owners as the ereatest
value for tho money, even when sold at
a higher price.
Its power, endurance, dependability,
economy of upkeep and operation, and
its capacity to handle loads safely are well
known Ford Truck qualities, and so rec
ognized by farmers and business concerns
the country over.
The extremely low price is creating an
increased demand for the Ford one-ton
truck, so1 we advise the placing of your
order now to insure reasonably prompt
Beaver Dam Auto Co.
Beaver Dam, Ky,
Estill Bozarth, the nine year old
son of Ves Bozarth, was the victim X
. 1.1 . n . jam
ui a aiiiiui Bcciueni, ww un;i
ago. While playing ball, a' bat
slipped from the bands of another
player striking young Bozarth in
the mouth rendering him uncon
scious for quite a while.
Dr. Gordon was called and found
the boy's jaw bone broken and three
teeth missing. Three or four pieces
of bone were removed and medical
treatment administered. The pati
ent Is getting along nicely at this
CARSON & CO.
IS IN TUNE WITH THE -
and ready to aBsiet you in every way.
Several farmers of this vicinity
have taken off their tobacco and all
have been pleased with - prices re
ceived. Mr. ard Mrs. Archie Moseley, of
Buford,' were ,. the guests of L. C.
Hoover, Saturday night and Qundny.
Mr. Clyde Bartlett, who has been
ill of typhoid, Is able to be out at
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Whitaker
were the guests of Mr. Whltaker's
father, R. L. Wtt'aVer, recently.
Messrs. J. P. Hoover a nd G. J.
Stewart ma a business trip to Ow
ensboro, M . .day.
A wonderful assortment of Xmas Handkerchiefs is &
H in readiness to meet all of the demands of holiday
shoppers. We are prepared to offer you Irish &
j Linen, Colored Linen, or Imported Hand-made
Handkerchiefs at 50c and 11.00. " q
j Also other values from 5o to 75c. flt
j j Many of these may be purchased in fancy gift boxes.
1 In addition to our Handkerchief line we, have many O
The IV Miller farm lying adjac
ent to the town of Beater Dhiii on
the Hartford'and Beaver Dam rood
will be void at public auction at the
court house dMr in l(urtfrd, Mon
day, January 2, 1022, about 1 o'.
Im lve montliN. Tliis Is a good lit
clock, p. in., upou rretlit of r-lx and
tic fuini and .plendldly lo'atHl.
Good dwelling; and outhuildliiK,
6l-2t " DAISY L. MILLER. Exrx.
Go to J. A. TATE'S for chocolate
and other hot drinks served over
the foutala from the hot chocolate
uru. He also serves oysters and all
other kinds of lunches and would
appreciate a call for service,
' BLANKETS All Wool or Cotton
BEDROOM SLIPPERS, N
HILK, SHIRTS, ,
SCARFS, ' k'
1 99 tfs
! & attractive articles that will make handsome gifts. 5T
Below we suggest a few articles which we are sure &
will please the most fastideouB: "
Prompt attention is given to all Mail Orders.
O suggest that you do your Christmas shopping early.
Yours very truly,
Oarson & Go 1 I