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THE HARTFORD HERAL0
T farmeri of this vldpLy are
aWtt through delivering their tobae-
'Ibrr. Ritps filled
era last Sunday.
Wr. Willie King
"aft, Yernon. .
the mines, recently.
Many farmers har killed hogs
within the past few days.
Dec. It. Mr. Escar Richardson
spent Saturday night with Mr. Estil
and is getting along
Herman Barr went
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. N. T. May is spending the
week with her daughter, Mrs. Wil
liam Hudson, of Heflln. -
Napoleon Salmon and Henry -i
Mr. Will Rhoads' family spent 'Northern delivered tobacco in Ow
Sunday at Beaver Dam with bis
has moved near! mother.
Miss Glyndean Chinn attended the
Mr. N. H. Hurt has moved to the show at Hartford, Friday night.
Walty near Salem. We regret to1 Miss Nellie Blair spent Sunday
Sire him up since Miss Ona was one'wlth Miss Glyndean Chlnn, of
-of Cedar Grove's best pupils. There will be a Christmas tree at
t Mra. Lena Hulls and Mrs. Lnura Goshen. Everybody Invited.
Meaelcy, Dundee, attended church
kere Sunday and dined with their CEKALVO
staler, Mrs. Coleman.
Mr. Ernest Magan has gone to Mlss MaU(l Miles, of Hopewell,
Dawson Springs to take treatment spent several days here during the
for .kidney trouble. He was accom- recent revival meeting, acting as
panted by his wife and father.
Cedar Grove School Is planning to
have a Christmas troo, Dec. 23rd, p.
Friday, Nov. 25th. Messrs. W. V.
Renfrow and Ernest Cole each took
a wagon nnd conveyed th Cedar
Grove School and some of the neigh
bors to visit New Ilaymus School.
Cedar Grove School being small.
New Ruymus picked some of their
pupils and tlie two schools engaged
In a cf iilicriiif? match. The match
was Kmiif t IiinK like the North
gainst t!i(. South In the Civil War.
Since New Haymns had more than
twice the tminhcr of pupil of Cedar
Grove u pi- k from. Hut like tlio
South sonic of the Cedar Grovo
pupils stood their ground pretty
weTL Tiny returned hn'iif dr-fated
but feeliiir that they had fought a
Mr. Hugh Morton Everley, who
had been In Arizona for several
months, arrived here recently
FOl'R SEW OHIO COUNTY
CASES IS APPELLATE COURT
The Winter Term of the Court of
Appeals opens on Monday, January,
2nd. 1122. with 220 civil cases and
22 criminal cases on the docket. Of
these the following are from Ohio
Rockport Coal Co. vs. Barnard's
Rockport Coal" Co. vs. Adams,
White vs. Southern Blau Gas Co.
Williams vs. Render, Ac.
The copy for the printed dockets
to Mr. nnd Mrs. Vernon na "epn clemered to the printer an4
on December 8 a baby boy. attorneys should receive their copies ;
Misses Minnie Mclntfre and Vetra within the next few days.
Heliin. of Providence, visited Mr. Roy B, Speck, Clerk of the Court,
Edward Heflln and family last week, will be glad to put on his mailing
Mr Will Cundiff and family have Hat the name of any attorney who
moved to Nelson.
Mr. David Oldham, of Kronos,
was In our midst one day last week.
The stork visited the homo of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Edward Heflln on Novem
ber 7 and left a wee boy.
The local school is expecting to
give a a pln'y on December 23 under
the supervision of the teacher, Miss turn of
Ethel Rustell, brought
has not been receiving a copy of the
docket. Mr. Speck makes o charge
for this service.
POPULATION AT STATE
All Lines Complete
Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 14 The re-
the Rockcastle Road Camp
the population at the re-
" formatory today up to 1,229, the
CROMWELL largest since before the World War.
An extraordinary feature is that.
D'T. U- As someone may want probably for. the first time, the white
EAST VIEW to know that Cromwell is FtlU on population exceeds the negro popu-
the map and liveth, will give you iatj0n by 143. The negro cellhouse
Dec. 5. Revs. Ilirch Shields, of n few lines. Things are not hag a capacity of 175 more, than
Cromwell, and ". W. Williams, of nourishing like Jonah's gourd but the white cellhouse, which .compll-
Owensboro. closed a successful re- moving quietly along. cates the situation.
viral at Mt. Carmel Friday. There Our Consolidated School is a sue- The Barren Countv Road Camn
were fifteen candidates for baptism, cess. We have three districts con- probably will return to the Eddy-
Farmers in this vicinity are very solidated Cromwell, Graham and vllle penitentiary tomorrow. This is
busy stripping and delivering tobac- Oak Grove, The building U at the last camp out, and it is probable
Cromwell, and the pupils in said that few, if any, camps will be es- j
Messrs. W. T. and L. D. French district walk to school, but the tablished next year, as the Road De-
went to Owen.sboro Wednesday, re- pupils In Graham and Oak Grove partmeni regards free labor now
taming Thursday. , are hauled in enclosed and comforta- worth more than prison labor at
Mr. A. T. French made a business ble wagons designed and built for $1 50 a day.
trip to Owcusboro Thursday. that purpose. These wagon drivers -t
Mr. James Stogner, of Heflln, blow a horn for every stop where $200,000 FIRE AT'K. M. I.
pent Saturday and Sunday in this they pick up the children along the
vicinity with relatives. route. - Louisville, Ky.. Dec. 14, Fire of
Mr. Charley Martin made a bust- The hunters are not so much in unknown origin at 8 o'clock this
item trip to Central City Wednesday, evidence as they were at the open- morning reduced the administration
Tetorning Thursday. ing of the hunting season. ad barracks building of the Ken-
Mr. Sam Loyd has bought Mr. Jim Flener and John Keown had tucky Military institute, at Lyndon, '
Rudy Stewart's farm and will take rome sad experience in hunting, in the county, to ashes and wrought
possession by January 1st. Look Jim got an eye shot out and John heavy damage to the science build
out, girls, Sam will have to have a got marked in the off ear in Ray Ing, entailing a loss estimated at
1 lv;Viv '
to the farm, by gosh."
Air. Will Rhoads, Mr. CJint Stev
ens and Mr. Fred Miller made a
business trip to Cromwell, recently.
r. Pendleton Hudson and fami
ly, moved from Hartford to the
farm of Mr. W. T. Richardson.
On account of bad weather last
wx-fc wo did not have
The high water has receded con- Mrs. Will Hudson and Mrs. Frank
eidcrably. Atherton, of near Pleasant Hill,
is Geucva Minton. of Hartford, spent Friday with Mrs. Claude Hud
visitcd her brother, Mr. Jim Min- son.
ton. recently. Mr. George Crowe, of near Max-'
Mr. Estill Stevens und Mr. Wal- well, who has been seriously ill dur
laee Ford made a business trip to Ir.g the past month, was operated on,
Dunn's mark. $200,000, according to an estimate
Ben Ferguson and H. K, James of officers of the institution.
are dealing with each other. Thestudent body, numbering more
Richard Romans is moving "back than 150 boys left the barracks or
When so many men wear FLOKSIIKIM SHOES there's a reason for t.
Nothing less than absolute satisfaction would sustain euih a constant demand.
satify men who wear them they will tell yon so. This will be your last oppor-.
tunity-to select from our large Xmas Stock. "You can now select a present suit
able for each member of the family. Now, hi addition to this, we are going to
close out our eutire stock of '
Millinery at Half Price.
We have a beautiful line of Ladies,' Hats at prices from $3.50 to $ 1 8.00
Our stock is complete in every
department. We can supply
your wants in nearly every line,
so come in and give us a look;
BEAVER DAM, KY.
Dec. 12. Rev. E. M. Moore filled
his appointment at Bethel, Sunday
Sunday and dined with Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
dormitory building In an orderly
manner after the bugler had sound
ed the fire call. They returned lat
er at a command from the command
ant and carried out most of their
personal belongings and effects.
Had the blaze broken out In the
dead of the nighf the students would
have been In peril, but coming at 8
o'clock, long after reveille, it was
The blaze was discovered on the
third floor of the barracks building,
a three-story frame structure.
! Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hawkins, of
Cell's Run, entertained Saturday
night, Dec. 10, in honor of their;
son, Norris L-'s twelfth birthday, '
Music and games were enjoyed by !
all. Refreshments were served to
Among those who attended were .
Misses Madeline Midkiff, Ona
Luellen, Elsie Chapman, Clarice I
Jeffries, Mary Jackson, Mattie King,'
Georgia Martin, Winfred Jeffries and
Th Hurt ford Herald, $1.50 the Year 0pa Mae King; Messrs. Oscar Mar-
- tin, Frank and Burnejte Daniel, Guy
"The Place Where Your Dollars Buy Most."
Always the most for your money. Never so much as
now. Our greatestyear is closing. For the remainder of
we will close out thousands of dollars worth of desira
ble merchandise at a saving of 25 to 50 per cent.
We don't care now for profit or loss. Our watch
word is the goods must go.
. Biggest Holiday Stock In The County.
J.T.VINSON & SON,
Beaver Dam, Ky.
.Luellen, James Midkiff, Dee and
Herman Kuykendall, Ray King,
Ernest Ward, Everette Chapman,
i Aubrey and Zlbra King, Beckham
j Taylor, Earl Patton, Hubert Gosset,
R. D. Taylor, Carl Mitchel, Mendal
Daniel, Norrls L. Hawkins; Mes
dames Laura King, Ada Taylor Mary
! Cosset, Ltllie Ambrose and little
'son, B, Sterling. -Rosa Sharp and
children, James Opa and Thelma;
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Whittqker, Mr.
'and Mrs. George Luellen and son,
George Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Hawkins and Mr. Mat Martin.
ADVICE TO "FOOLISH WIVES'
(By Miss Dupont)
A husbund in hand Is worth two
t Your Husband will never out
grow the boy stage, - Treat him as
such and he'll cuddle like an iufant.
j Foolish Wives are those who buy
heavy glasses to find their husband's
Taffy now is better than epltapby
later. Say It with . kind words
i You've got him let the others
t It be says he has been at i Lodge
meeting,- BELIEVE HIM, you won't
add to your peace of mind by learn
It you don't tell him he's wonder
ful, there's a flapper waiting 'round
the corner who wilt.
It half he tells you Is true let
the other halt slide.
We Have Them!
Flash Lights -Signet
Fine Perf Ume CombfniiUon0PaSagn
Wo want our customers to understand that we do not
JAHES H. WILLIAHS,
7A mpatL Star '
- Dear "Advertliers:-Vou lire our
bent friends and we are deeply grate
ful for your uatronuge. In fact, we
re willing to do anything la the
bounds of rewsoa to accommodate
you, but some of you frequently fail
to recogulae the fact that It requires
Itie force of a country weekly six
days hard work to get out each is
uo. It Is often the cane that an ad
vertiser will wait until aa late- ae
Mouday to hand in advertising ropy
jthat could have been ready by the
ii-Mvlous Wedneadav or Thursday.
I'leaae save our force hours of
over-work and at the same time aid
'us In preparing your advertisement
to the best advantage by turning In
our copy early.