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THE HARTFORD HZRAL0
COME JOIN THE EAGER XMAS THRONG
Who throng the store where the best stock of Christmas
Goods is to be found in town making ready
for a great Christmas.
Our stock In Ivory Goods is complete Mirrors, Xail Files, Buffers, Puff Boxes,
Hair Receiver?, Hair, Mat and Cloth Brushes, Box aud Koll-np Manicure Sets from
$1,50 to HI 5.00. Comb; Brush and Mirror Sets from if 3.50 to $25.00.
Shaving Sets $1.50 to 2.fi0, Shaving Mugs, Xmas Cards, and Seals, Xmas Books
for old and young.
Excellent Line of Babies' and Infants' Toys and Dolls
The Best Assortment in Town.
Rocking Horses, Carts and Animal Toys in abundance.
Our Christinast assortment of TOILET WATKRS and PERFUMES in all. the
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oafiiy superior onors, was never more complete.
Vm We are headquarters for Box Papers, at prices from 15 cents to 5.C0.
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i Cigars, Cigarettes and Smoking Tobaccos almost any kind.
Lowney's Box Candies finest quality, .
We have a New Line of Jewelry come in and see it.
We have many other appropriate Xmas Gifts, too numerous to mention. Our prices
are all right. We iuvite your inspection aud patronage.
The largest and mo&t complete line of Dolls ever exhibited in this market, from 5c
to $8.00. Rubber Dolls and Toys in large numbers.
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Sleeping Dolls, Leather Goods, Cut Glass, Imported Japanese hand-painted China.
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The Ohio County Drug Company
"' HARTFORD, KENTUCKY
Avoid your Christmas worries by coming direct
to our Xmas Store for your wants. v
Remember we carry a complete lice of gifts for
all ages, and your wants can be fully supplied by
giving us a look.
A veritable Wouderland, all kinds, all prices,
"Bring the chl'dreu where they can see exactly what
they want Sauta Claus to bring them.
Gifts for the Older Folks
1 vCut Gins, Ivory GwJs, Necklaces, Jewelry,
Toilet Sets, t'ombs. Brushes, Ribbons, Fancy Elastic,
Camisoles, Letter Paper, etc'
Make our Store your Bhoppiug headquarters.
Come in for a day. Take your time. Courteous saleB
people to show you every attention.
People for Whom the Best
Is None Too Good;
Are always the most enthusiastic con
cerning the excellence of our
Dry Cleaning and
We have one of the most efficient
in the country. Furs transformed
into the mode very quickly. Men's
and women's garments altered in
any way desired.
S We dye fur skins and remodel .
Mra w H fiillBBDle sDent last them in any way.
Tuesday in Owensboro. We tailor-make men's or ladies'
, KuiU, 30.00 up. liatest stlyes. Wo
' Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk will pay $2.80 railroad fare on every cu-
spend Christmas in Louisville. I torn-made suit ordered from ns.
'send goods parcel post. We have no
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Holbrook were . agents
") LOCAL DASHES O
- Get your Barrel Salt at
49-4t ' W. E. ELLIS & BR0.
Mrs. O. T. Burns was in Owens
Mrs. M. E. Ambrose spent Thurs
day in Owensboro.
in Owensboro Thursday, shopping.
Sharpies Cream Separators No.
$65.00, No. 3 170.00.
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR.
THE TEASDALE CO.
025-627 Walnut Btreet
If vou need any dishes, don't miss.
our counter, for it is full of all.one
kinds. ACTON BROS
Nick T.' Arnold's Jewelry Store
this year for Xmas Gifts for every-
Call and let us show you.
43.4t owensDoro, ivy.
Mr. James Tate, of Rockport. was
in Hartford last week, viBiting relatives.
Subscriptions for all magazines
taken at the OHIO COUNTY DRUG
Mr. Harry May and sister, Miss
Susie, spent last Tuesday in Owensboro.
Higest cash price for eggs and
poultry every day in the year.
W. E. ELLIS ft BRO. 49tf.
Mr. W. S. Brown, of Route 1, Cen
tertown, was in Hartford last Wed
Highest Cash price rld for beef
Hides. LEACH A LEACH,
60-2t Hartford, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. McHenry Holbrook
were tbe guests of Mrs. Holbrook's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith,
Jr., of Fordsville, several days last
aitoiy TO YOU
8avethe middle man's profit at our
J. D. WILLIAMS' SONS.
51-2t Beaver Dam, Ky.
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Is the most appreciated gift be
cause it is so useful and laBts so
much- longer than any other
gift. We hav Increased the
quality and quantity of gifts
each year and this year is no
exception. We can please you
in a protent for anyone.
We have anything usually kept
In a first class jewelry store and '
prices are reduced this year.
Come early for we are laying
tbem back now.
J. B.'TAPPAN, .
Jeweler and Optometrist,
Thursday, December 22, 1921
- BEAVER DAM, KY.
as a boy who meets trouble with two fists, in the
Greatest Ring Fight Ever Screened.
The 6tory of a fighter who was yellow, a girl who
was blue, and a boy who was green but white
all through, Four rounds of the fastest fighting
you've ever seen. Get every thrill of it.
Ringside Seats 20 Cents.
Every Boy or Girl who brings a PIECE of SCRAP
IRON will be admitted for 15 cents.
Saturday, December 24, 1921
The biggest picture we have been able,
to book this year one that has .
taken the country by storm, .
the most forceful person in moving pictures.
The story is unique. A girl deserts her husband
and child to go ou the stage. She goes to Europe,
and there becomes the most talked of actress ou
the continent. Back in America the child grows
to beautiful womanhood, and aiao seeks fame on
the stage. Circumstances dra them together,
aud make them the principal figures iu this tense
and thrilling drama un example of the higher
form of emotional drama.