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t Mr. Mercer Tolbert, of Owens- FOR BALE 10 bead of young
boro, Is spending the week with Mr. cattle. Average about 600 lbs.
R. H. Gillespie and family. I L. L. LEACH, Hartford, Ky.
THZ MAftTPCSd MZZZio
Get our special prclces on Wash Materials for ten
" ''.'' days only. ' , r v
Read below. Call and see the qualities, beauti-
'r fal patterns, etc, . ,
Fair quality Dress Gingham .... ..15c
Best quality Gingham ...... ...25c
-Middy Cloth, white .... . . . r.. t50c
Sheer Organdies, fancy ...' . . .... ... ... i. . . .80c
40-ln. Paris tauslln, white ................. $1.00
40-inFancy Organdy ....... .. .... BOe
Pure Linens, all shades . ...x .91.00
36-in, Fancy Linens ... ... ....... ....
Shepherd Check Suiting v. ...........
Apron Gingham .J.. .n .. ........ . ........
Cotton Serge'.....i. - 25c
Kimona Cloth .... ....... '.85c
36-ln. Shirting Silk ........... .. . .70c
These, with many other fancy wash materials
are on sale at special prices.
TOBACCO GROWERS Plenty of ALUMINUM WARE Double
Tobacco Grower on band; come and Boilers, t Sauce Pans, Perculators.
get what you want. j Tour choice $1.00
Bearer Dam, Ky.
WILLIAMS A TATLOR.
Mr. and Mrs. . P. Mldklff, of
of . this city, Fordsvllle, are lilting Mr. and Mrs.
successful O. A. ' Ralph while attending coin-
Miss Cesna Shulti,
who recently closed
, term of school at Straight Creek, mencement. '
, Bell County, is now the guest of '
I her sister, Mrs. Harold Blondi, and Mr. J, Morton Williams, of the
Mr. Blondi, in Washington, D. C. Arm of J. D. Williams' Sons, Beaver
. Dam, was a welcome caller at this
Hemstitching and picoting attach- office Thursday. . .
mend works on any sewing machine,
easily adjusted. Price 12.50 with The Fiscal Court was in session
full Instructions. Oriental Novelty Monday and ' Tuesday. The main
; Co., Box 11, Corpus Christ!, Texas, business transacted was of a routine
20-ltp nature, such as the allowing of
claims, Ac. .
Messrs. Marlin Keith and son, John 't -
Keith, were among our callers, Sat- tier. Enoch Bennett, of Owens-
urday. The latter is a Contractor In boro, motored up to Hartford yes
Loutsvllle and Is making a brief terday to visit his mother, Mrs.
visit with his father, who lives near Leisure, at her home on Washington
Horse Branch. Street, ,
O LOCAL DASHES O
Mr. Guy Forman, of Dundee, was
In Hartford, Monday.
Mr. Ormond Taylor, of Vero,
Florida, was a caller at this office,
Monday. ' r
Hlgest cash price for eggs
poultry every day In the year.
- W. E. ELLIS ft BROv 49tf.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin and Anla Jones, who has just gradu-
'little grand-children, -Dora Gwen- ated from Hartford Graded School 'j
dolyn, Lula D. and Earl Franklin, baa Bone to the Washington com-'j
pent Sunday with Mrs. Martin's munity, where he will engage in
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Flener, larming wan bis brother, Mr. Noat
In the Cromwell vicinity. ley Jones.
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FOR SALjE 2 registered Poland At the regular meeting Monday
China Male Pigs, months old, nKht Hartford Lodge No. 675 F. &
weight about 135 lbs. - A. M. conferred the entered appren-
H. P. ADDINGTON ft SON3, fee and master mason's degrees.
Proprietors Riverside Farm, P. O. Some interesting talks were made
Central City, Ky. 20tf visiting masons.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Hagerman, Mrs. Juliet Pursley, of Cadiz, has
of Louisville, arrived here Saturday returned to her home after spend
to visit relatives. Mr. Hagerman re- ,n several days here as the guest
turned Monday but Mrs. .Hagerman ' ber father, Mr. E. P. Thomas,
jylll remain until after commence- and ber sister, Mrs. E. G. Schrotter
ment. ana Scnroeter.
FOR SALE Buggy and Harness,1 FR SALE Sweet Potat6 Slips,
good as new. Also want a good 25c per 100; Cabbage Plants, 25c
farm hand for 5 or 6 months. Call Per 100; Tomato Plants, 30c per
or see . Wilson Ward, Hartford R.i100; Peppers and Egg Plants, 10c
F. D. No. 3. Hartford Tel. Exchange. Pe' doien.
19-6tp . I MRS- CELESTE B. WHITE, Old
Fair Grounds, Hartford, Ky. 20tf
Mrs. Kate Hedrlck, of Owens- , -boro,
Is visiting Mrs. D. H. Barnes Mrs. .A. D, Kirk has returned to
and other Hartford friends. She Louisville to be with Mr. Kirk, who
to get the utmost comfort in
a KEEP-KOOL Summer
Suit at a most moderate
New Sport Models, New
Fabrics and New Patterns.
A KEEP-KOOL Suit will
satisfy you in every detail,
Come in tomorrow and let
fit you in the style
model you want.
Mr. J. I. Goodman," foreman . of
the Herald mechanical department,
was In Louisville, Saturday.
will leave the last of the week to 1 at the Norton Infirmary undergo-1
visit her brother, Mr. Thomas F. ,n treatment for a troublesome af-
Tanner, pt the Heflin vicinity. fection of the eyes. It is believed' 0
- tbat he 'is now making substantial 0
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Maddox, who Improvement;
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. . ''
Place your order with W. E. EL
LIS ft BRO. for any freight you
16 per cent Acid Phosphate $14.
60 Ton. 2-8-2 Tobacco Grower
$30.00 Ton. D. L. D. SANDEFUR,
Beaver Dam, Ky. '
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Taylr and
sons, Ormond and C. T., of Vero,
Florida, have arrived at Beaver
Dam to spend the summer.
A. Rone, at Risgn, Arkansas, has
returned to their borne In Beaver
Dam.- Mr. Maddox built an elegant
residence for Mr. Rone while there.
Dr. J. R. Pirtle went to Owens
bo ro, Thursday, to attend a meeting
of the District Dental Association
of which he is president. He was
accompanied by his daughter, Miss
Amelia, and son, Ferdinand. They
returned Thursday night.
want delivered out of Owensboro by '
truck. Will make daily round trips HARTFORD HIGH SCHOOL
as often as we get sufficient tonnage. ' COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
Also carry passengers. Make W. E.
ELLIS & BRO., your waiting place.
W. E. ELLIS,
I May 15. Mr. Lewia Lambert, of
Horse Branch, visited his daughter
The commencement exercises of M Id Barnard ,.. ,
Hartford, Ky. Hartford Hin Scho01 are alm08t Miss Margaret Hunter is visiting-
J. Glenn Barnes,
completed and all
iar nave ciit;ifccu uvu.uD vwv
Colorado abIa eomment
Katie Park, (col.)
home In Haytl, at 3:
Springs, Col. and other points in
her the west for more than a year, is
Last Saturday evening
school faculty entertained
of the Seniors of 1922
tlon was well atended
and will go
iVisltlng relatives In
the Center-' yesterday with bis family here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Morris and
Mr Parke Taylor, motored to Ow
ensboro, Saturday. 4 , ,
Mrs. C. M. Barnett, returned home
last week from Nashville, Tennessee,
where she had been the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Ed Cooper, since last
30 Sunday af- en route home via motor car,
w - . ... n , . . .AwnAAn .f nnAi.mnnlA rwl 1 a n.lnd .Will UTUUZIDIV irriVH H 71(1 II T IDA I Si it I
. . . . , . ofc- 91 ..... , ... .-a ... of the month for an tndrl visit 0wn ,n tne history or
eni ior oona lie vo., in Aioany, ... ;. . . .ninv.hu noaalnn
r. Elbert Goodall. of New Mexico A3... spent -from Saturday until the daughter of Joe and Eliza Far. ' At 11 ..m. Sunday. Dr. Charles S
ernoon. host "of friend, in Ohio .County Gardnf,r- Profe.or of Homlletlc. In Joneg
. who will be indeed glid to know """V"" oy-
. . .1... u..'i.. u nary, delivered the baccalaureate
X! a 1fn lta. .MAnfM A' I KM L WHHI 1 Tlllll naBUVlllfS. lailOCHBTO. v.w vmui..h.
sitiom 'as mine' forman In a Cen- where she had been the guest of her, ing the Southern Baptist Conven- Improved by bis stay in the west
I . . -. . , . I . . T 1. ..111. VlnJ. .1,1.
tertown mine. oaugnter, airs, jlq vooper, since i.si jkmuuiiu., r mi ma, m
ween, are Kev. ju. v. waves, pasior iw.iiin.in
the programs so re,atlveg , the PoJnt
Misses Ora, Cora and Lorene Ev-
erley have gone to Hopklnsvllle to
spend a few days.
Master Frank Rowe, who waa
quite sick is able to be out again.
Mrs. L. P. Fulkerson is on thai
the school 8ick 8t
Little Miss Blanch Her, of Rotk
port, is visiting ber aunt, Mrs. P
Mr. Eddie Heflin Is building a new
barn for Mr. Finis Rowe.
Mrs. Bud Hill, who was taken to
Deputy Sheriff Iris Render and
Mr. A. R. Stewart were in White.- P day.
villa on business, Wednesday. - . ,
of Beaver Dam Baptist church and
Mr. Rufu. Belcher, of near. Mr Roscoe James, also of Beaver
Rochester, Ky., ha. been the guest !". The latter represent,
of hi. .on, Mr. Fred T. Belcher, Ohio County Association.
and family, of this city, during the
sermon at the Metnodist cnurcn.
The church wa. full to overflowing 0wensboro to the City Hospital for
ana me message presence, was very treatmcnti wag getUng along fln0
appropriate ana umeiy. when Mr. Hill returned home Sun.
Rufus B. Bradshaw died at his new Iealure lne 01 n
tb. home in Hartford Wednesday after- elnln "raae graauanon program
noon, as the result of cancer of the wttB Pseuieu. o..ay n.g..i m.iu.
stomach and heart leakage. He had Bch001 building. The
Mr. R. R. Riley, Cashier of the
Cltixens Bank, made a business trip
to Narrows, one day last week.
Mesdames M. L. Hearvrln, Cecil
Hearvln.atfd Sydney A. Williams
motored to Owensboro,. Thursday,
Mrs. J. I. Goodman is .pending a
few day. with her daughter., Mad'
ame.Edward and Allen Deane, of
. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Duke were
guests of Mrs. Duke's parent., Mr
and Mr. B. W. Stewart, of Cronf-
Mr. and Mr. C. T. Maddox, of
Beaver Dam, .spent the week-end
with their .on, C. R
' Mr Harry4 L. May left Friday
' tor Moormau. Ky., where be has
been assigned to duty a. L. ft N.
. Mr. Odle Cooksey, of Olaton, I.
assisting Mr. J. L. Smith, also of
Olaton, In constructing some build-
ngs 4n Louisville.
Mr. John Barrass, and son, Clif
ford, of Herrln, 111., have been visit-; tunred home. Tuesday,
ing the former's sister, "Mrs. Jennie
Williams,, and other Beaver Dam
relatives, the past few' days.
CIRCUIT COCRT 1
young folks ,
Capt. Alex Ranneywho ha. been oen a sufferer from the former dls- Presented a delightful play entitled After deliberating during a night
4tting relative. In the Cromwell during the past two years and "May 80 home eacber." and af- session Tuesday and until 3 p.
for the last three months bad been " ' m. weanesaay me jury in the case
for several days, re-
We are agenta for the genuine
Coca Cola. . Will have a supply at
plant at all times.
ELLIS ICE CO..
. 1 14. - Un-. I A
1011 iiaiviU ni
CaDt Ran-confined to bis bed. ' i ui luinmonweaun vs. Murvm
' . . . ffaa U.rw V.rl. nrtn.lnol nf I ho esl.li.i i ... . , . ..
nev U in mmmiiul of s-nvernniAnt Aer Drier funeral services, con-""" ' tuuriseu wim me muraer ot
boat operating on White River In ducted at the borne, bis remains w000'- Watt Ranney, rendered a verdict ot
Arkansas He bas been In that burled In Oakwood Thursday Tue8day afternoon on tbe school not. guilty. It la rumored that un
state during tbe past 18 years. afternoon at 2 o'clock. Besides bis "mpus the following class day pro- til a short time before the decision
widow, be Is survived by four ram wa 'endered: was rendered the Jury stood ten for,
tw. win h. n Btn, ..rl' daughter, and three sons. Salutatory by President of .Class, acquittal and two for conviction,
vice It Hartford LZ 1 eh The deceased was an honest, bard- Herbert Porter; Experiment Num- A considerable portion of Tkur.
next Sundav a. fh. na.tor Re!' kln cltl". " ' J' BarbUr WlU,aro" a conunmei in .argument for
wwlln, TJ'ji bl. .amity and friend... HI. Helen Barnett: Grumbler. Myr and against the mottoa for. the.-ap-
.k. i sn.,.t..,. n.. owing wife and children have
Rev. Oscar 8. Ashby, ot McHenry, tlst Convention at Jacksonville,
R. F. D. No. 1. was a pleasant caller Florida. He left for that city, last
at this office a. be passed through Monday and will not return before
this city enroute to Adaburg, to fill
hi. regular appointment, Saturday.
Relative, of Mrs. A. D. Buskill,
formerly ot tbl. place but now re
dding In Houston, Tex.; have recelv-
next Wednesday, May 24th.
At Hartford Sunday:
Hartford 4: Cleaton,0.
We pay $31.00 weekly full time.' Batwries: Hartford Tlnsley
75c an bour spare time selling hos- Glenn; Cleaton Wlthrow
lery guaranteed wear four months Brown.
or replaced free. 8$ styles. Free At Sulphur SDrimrs Sundav:
our 116 warier; Humorist. Marion Hill ; point ment of a receiver,, for the;
uuiorian, uoia uennett; fropnecy. Southern Foundry Co., of . Owens
Sallye, Laura Williams; Poet, boro.
Geneva Travs; Caricatures, De- Many other matters oriibUBtnesti
Frosia Rone; Class Will. Bessie were transacted before final ad
Clark; Valedictory, Lorene Wester- ournment Friday afternoon.
field; Song, (written by DeFro.la -
and Rone) Class.. , - I KRAl'SE PIRTLE '
and Tuesday night the Junior, pre- '
sented the play, "Borrowed. Money." Hartford frieuds of Mr1.: Russelt
This wa. one of tbe "raciest" plays Pirtle have received news- of hla
Maddox, in wora mat sne i. recovering nicety samples to workers, salary or 39 Sulphur 'Springs, IS; Hartford presented here. It was en-
from a successful operation way ra. per cent commission. Good bos-Second Team, 13. joyed by a. large audience.
" , - I. an absolute necessity, you Batteries: Sulphur Springs Boa- . .
'FOR SALE One House and Lot can sell It easily. Experience un-arth, Mldklff and Ashley; Hartford MOTHERS DAY AT BEAULAH
in uenieriown, jiy., rrices ri.oi. necessary. Eagle Knitting Mills, Tanoan. Balsa and fihulti.
Mother.' Day services will be held
Tbe Hartford team will play Mor- at tbe Beulab Cumberland Presby- tractive young lady
marriage to Ml. Claire Krauise. ot
Detroit, Mich., on Ma th.' Tae
ceremony waa performed ;by' the)
bride', pastor, Rev.' Harney,, r'the,
The bride I. an-estimable dnd at
The groom Is)
Mrs. w. C. Logan and little .on,
Emmett, will leave today to be
the guest, of Mrs. Logan'.' par
ents,, near Cincinnati. -
can Mil It
For particular, call on R. L. ENG- Darby, Pa.
LAND, Home Phone 4 on T, Cen-,
tertown. ' . JO-Jtp Tb maD7 loct, tTioi ot Mr. L. gantown at that place Saturday and terlan church, at Beda, Sunday May the eldest mi of Dr. and Mrs. J. R.
- - h. Igleheart, who U a patient at tbetockport at Riverside Park Sunday, the 31st. Tlrtle. of this city, and has been la
WANTED Blacksmith to run Government Hospltaf at Dawson . j Tbe service will continue all-day the employ of the Studebaker
custom .hop on the shares. Fast Springs, will be glad to learn that a . SOMK RECORD commencing at 10:30 a. m. In the Corporation since -returning - from,
workman .can make five to eight diagnosis of his case ha. shown bl. . , , . . absence ot tbe regular pastor, Rev. Fraaee, where be served In the
dollars per day If first class horse-throat affection not to be of an Mrs. Claud Taylor, of Beaver L D. Harrell, Rev. R .T. Harper American Expeditionary Forces; He
shoer and wood-workman. Must' give alarming nature and be baa been Dam, Route 1. report, that one ot will preach at 11 o'clock.. There's M known here and has many
good reference, both a. to ability assured that be will be discharged ber bens bas Just batched seventeen will be appropriate"., special music, trlend. wbe -wish or "hlia tod hi.
and honesty. Answer quickly. cured after about three month', rest chickens out of a setting of sixteen AU are invited to attend and bring bride a bappy aad prosperoue uat-
ERNEST NEWTON, Earllngton, Ky. and treatment. eggs. Who can beat itt v - wU-fllled basket.. iuonlal career.