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TheHartf ord Herald
NOTES FROM HARTFORD
HIGH SCHOOL WIZARD
The eighth grade U to be rep
resented In the commencement this
Imnird every Wednesday by
BARTFf)RI HERALD PUB. CO.
. - i rear
Mcdowell a. foglb,
Frmldent nod Editor
LYMAN G. BARRETT,
ttec'y.-Treas., and Managing Editor,
Entered according to law at the
school. He has been absent on ac
count of Illness.
Mr. J. V. Henry has quit school.
He Is farming.
w'th Mina Florence Nelson as
coach the cast
fine, so come
Postoff.ce. Hutfortt, K. m u .-Much Ado About Betty."
of seniors are doing
prepared to . enjoy
ONE TEAR tl.no
Commencement plans are now In
order. The seniors hare decided to
have the class exercises In the after
noon. We stM to have an enter-
TUDr.r unuTua aa tainlng outdoor program
. fkR The president of the Senior, call-
,"r " ed a business meeting last Tuesday
b,8r,Co"drTb.r,thS.rdPaPPo.ta1 .t which several important thin,.
Zone wm not be accepiea lor leu w. - ".utin In trying to propose to. her.
than One Year at $1.75. ; program In the afternoon and It ""j ,"n ,n ,V ,, ,.J J
. . I.... a-a.a .... wn,,M nnt wear Finding no other way to get rid of
-most too dignified
uiM Mrv Marks. Mildred Steven- WASHINGTON REVIVAL
son, Annabel King, Myrtle Carter, ; 4 ' -
Lena Henry, Clara Kirk, Geneva Bunday morning Apr. Btn. mariea
Howard, Locket Fard, Bessie Clark, ; the close of a very successrui revival
Helen Barnett and Miss Nelson. The which had been la progress during
the past two Weeks at the wasning
ton Methodist Church. The services
which proved such a blessing to the
community, were conducted by Miss
1 Alpha Cochran, Evangelist of the
James Hall, lii'yesra of age and Kansas State Conference.
klvlng Science Hill, Pulaski County Mlgg Cochran's assistant, Miss
as his home, was arrested at No Hendricks, of Ohio, and our pastor,
partywas very much enjoyed by all.
SHELL SHOCKED VETERAN
IS ADJUDGED INSANE
Creek, last Thursday night by
Sheriff O. A. Ralph and brouijht to
Hartford, where he was placed In
Jail awaiting a lunacy inquest. Ac
cording to reports young Hall became
converted in a meeting held by Miss
Alpha Cochran near his home about
two and one-half months ago ami
later fell In love with Miss Cochran
following her to No Creek, where she
was engaged In a meeting and per
caps and gowns
Local Advertising, 10c per line for for such youthful Seniors as we are.
the first insertion and 8c per linet
for each Insertion thereafter. MISH MARKS ENTERTAINS
Rates for Display Advertising made "
known on application. I The girls of our noted basket ball
I team were delightfully entertained
jFiIday night, April 7, by Miss Mary
All political advertising
cash in ad-
Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of
Respect, Obituaries and Obituary
1 Poetry, 1 cent per word. Headlines
aDd signatures 6 cents each.
Notices of Church Services Free
Farmers Mutual 78
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1922
E. Marks, at her beautiful homo on
The entertainment was delightful
ly carried out in the form of a
tournament. . The guests were dlvld-(
ed into two groups, the Blue and the.
Gold, and each group was to com
pete in the games of the evening.!
Miss Florence Nelson and Prof. W.
P. Rboads acted as referees.
After many entertaining games
were played a' delicious plate lunch
The guests included the following:
' Misses Florence Nelson, Annabel
him she called the sheriff. At the
Inquest here Saturday, Hall was ad-
Judged of unsound mind and was
sent to the Hospital for the Insane
at Hopklsville, Sunday. The youth
is a veteran of Hdq. Co., 38th. Inf.
3rd. Dlv., and It is believed that his
insanity is the result of shell shock
Local American Legtonalrres have
written the district manager of the
U. S. Veterans' Bureau at Hopkins
vine, asking, him to Investigate tre
Hartford Herald, $1.50 the year
' King, Myrtle Carter, Lena Henry,
To his brother editor around th ciara Kirk, Geneva Howard, Locket
corner the editor of the Herald Ford( Begs,e c,ark an(J Heen Bar.
would, as adequately as words will neU. MeBsr, W- p Rnoadg Herbert
permit, express his most sincere ap- porter Hulbert Crowder. Virgil'
precision of the words of sympathy CrQwe A)len Cafter 0rv Hooverl
and eulogy of a friend and follow
laborer upen the occasion of his
Toward other friends who ex
pressed the kindness of word or ac
tion the same spirit of grateful ap
Charlie Gill Arnold Likens and
All the guests reported a most en
If 1... n.. Vnlnn. ...n.tl.
.Consistency, thou art a Jewel j bagfcet
il.. ' r vth, ! ban team with a theater part, at the
inutility uibiBiD vi'wi i-wv WW....
in no condition to pay adjusted
coiupcnsatioa to World War vete
rans. Newspapers that carried this
statement to .the world also con
tained a dispatch Informing the pub
lic that Mtlloa's bank in Pittsburg
had Just detlaied a twenty-five per
cent dividend. Again recently, met
ropolitan dailies g:ivc in large head
lines the ne.vs tliat high executives
of ouc nut.'onal government are
oppohed to compensation, believing
it would be money wasted. In the
same edition these papers contained
two other items that throw
more light on the subject. Ono
Informed us that the U. S. Ship
ping Uourd had Ju.-:t been allowed
eight million dollars with which to
repair the Leviathan, while the
other broke the news that the bank
rupt New Haven Railroad Company
waB to receive a government loan of
three million -dollars. Parodizing a
famous quotation, we might say,
"Millions as a tribute to faithful
politicians but not a cent for those
who offered their lives in defense of
Siar Theater. The party gathered
at the Ohio Co. Drug Store and pro
ceeded from there to the show. j
These composing the party were:
BETTER SIRE SALE
183 PURFB1EB REGISTERED 88LH
from bait hards in tha State to bm
auctioned to farmers
THURSDAY, MAY 4th,
At 10 A. M.
BOURBON STOCK YARDS
ThM sale are endorsed by the
United States Government, the
Kentucky College of Agriculture
and the banks of the State.
MEETING AT BEAVER DAM
1 HKIK11AN IHUMH (LOSES'
Protracted services at Beaver
Dam Christian chuicu has terminat
ed after eleven days. The pastor, I
Rev. Wm. Savage, was lu charge of!
the LrtitcliliiB teivlcts, while Mrs. I
Savage had cliurge of the singing. !
There were tevtn additions to the
church; thite by fellowship and
four by confession and baptism. Rev.
Savage will .continue his regular ap
pointment every second Sunday In
A number of relatives and friends
of Mr. Wm. C, Schlemmer were his
guests Easter Sunday, the occasion
being his well-er umbteenth birtd
day. Besides his family, those pres
ent were . his brothers, Philip
Schlemmer, of Tell City, Ind., and
Henry Schlemmer, of Cannelton,
Ind.; bis sister, Robert Lauterwas
er, Mr. Lauterwasser, and children,
of Hartford, R. F, D. No. 2, and Mr.
was a very pleasant one. The In
Chris Schapmlre, city. The occasion
dluna visitors will remain for a few
. NORTH CAROLINA DIES
Newbern, N. C. April 15. Rep
resentatives M. Eronson of the Third
congressional district of North Caro
lina, died iu a Newbern bMpilal
' c .rl. 1; J- y.
A BOWL OF
Gold Fish Free
WITH A BOX OF
Nylotis Face Powder
Just to make you acquainted with the quality
of Nylotis Face Powder De Luxe we will give FREE
of charge with a purchase of one box of. this face
powder ou " -
Saturday, April 22nd
A large glass globe oontaluiug two live Gold Fish
with sea weed and pebbles.
Please do not ask us to reserve or fill telephone
orders for these. You must come and get them at the
time of sale
Ret. Granville Jaggers, were pre
vented from attending services regu
larly on account of sickness.. Never
theless, the splendid sermons deliv
ered -by Miss Cochran were ao help
ful and beaeflcla that both saint and
sinner could not but feel the grip of
the eternal tugging at- their heart
strings. They could only have been
the product of a mind endowed from
Although there were only 24 pro-,
fessions of faith, there was a revival
of the "Old Time" religious spirit and
the people of this community fer
vently thank God that he put It Into
the heart of the talented little Kan
sas Girl to come their way, and de
liver, unto them His wonderful mes
sage of "The Old Rugged Cross."
May God's richest blessings rest
upon her and may her good work
continue is the prayer of Washing
ton. - A MEMBER.
ASHLAND GIRL IS SHOT
r7 cA cnc!ovoii
Ashland, Ky., April 14. Miss
Ethel Darby, IS years old, met a
tragic death Thursday night. With
Miss Audray Young, Ernest Hunt!
and John Tussey she was out riding
and, when near Meads Station,
three miles out of Ashland, their
machine was fired Into. The bullet
struck Miss Darby in the head, kill-;
lng her instantly.
The members of the party were
so frightened tney did not realize
the young girl was dead and drove;
back to Ashland at rapid speed, tak-;
lng her to the King's Daughters' :
Hospital, where a doctor pronounced
rLJi V fir
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The same unmatched blend of
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M III nawvoan CITY
Complete Line of
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j We Invite Your Inspection. ,
Ohio County Drug Company.
Oerland, always a good investmeutnow the greatest automobile value in America
The men who make it
are just as proud of
f . o. b. Toledo
leaver Dam rug Go.
The Nyal Store"
BEAVER DAM. KENTUCKY
as the men who work on high-priced, ''hand-picked"
cars are1 of what they make and with a better
reason. It's a better achievement to turn out so 'fine
a car at so Jow a price.
Today's Overland: 2b miles to the gallon; all steel body; baked enameled fiinieh;
130-ioch spring base.
Touring. $550; Roadster, $550; Coupe, $850; Sedan, 1895; f. o. b. Toledo
McHENRY MFG. and MACHINE CO.,
DEALERS ; ' ?
. McHenry, Kentucky