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Special Invitation to the Ladies!
Having just finished installing our new and
up-to-date Ready-to-Wear Department,
we extend a cordial invitation to all the
ladies to come where you can get a fit
and the latest style at a small price.
Call and give us a lopk.
' Central City, Ky.
RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION freshmenta served
I Besides Mrs. Overhults and the
The United States Civil Senrice club members, Mra. A. B. Riley,
Commission has announced an exam- Mrs. W.. H. Gillespie, Mrs. E. O.
lnation to be held at Hartford, Ky., Scbroeter and Miss Anna Rhea Car
on June 10, 1S22 to All the position son were the guests present to en-
f rural carrier at Centertown, Ky., joy the delightful occasion,
and vacancies that may later occur Messrs. John, Jacob and Pendleton
on rural routes from that post office. Coleman, of Louisville, attended the
The salary of a rural carrier on a funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Mary
standard daily wagon route of 24 Williams, at Goshen, Friday after
miles Is 21,800 per annum, with an noon.
additional 230 per mile per annum -
for each mile or major -fraction DAVIS APPOINTED
thereof in excess of 24 miles. The LAND BANK HEAD
salary on motor routes ranges from
Lousvllle, May- 13. When the
board of directors met to se-
22,460 to $2,600 per annum, ac
cording to length. Separate exam
inations for motor routes and wagon lect. a new president for the Fed
routes are no longer held. Appoint- eral Land Bank, they made James
stents to both positions will be B. Davis thetyoungest president of a
made from the same register. THE bank in Louisville.
EXAMINATION WILL BE OPEN Mr. Davis would not make known
ONLY TO CITIZENS WHO ARE AC- his age, but It didn't keep down his
TUALLY DOMICILED IN THE TER- exuberance regarding the institution.
RITORY OF THE POST OFFICE The bank has assets totaling ''$45,
WHERE THE VAVANCY EXISTS 000,000. It now is lending 22,225,
and who meet the other require- 000 each month to borrowers in
ments set forth in Form 1977. Both Kentucky, Indiana, -Tennessee and
men and women, if qualiled, may Ohio. It also has a list of 13,000
enter this examination, but appoint- borrowers on Its' books,
lng officers have the legal right to Mr. Davis has been secretary of
specify the sex desired in requesting the bank since its organisation in
certification . of ellgibles. Women 1917. He is said to be the youngest
will not be considered for rural car- president of any of the twelve land
rier appointment unless they are the banks in the United States,
widows of U. S. soldiers, sailors or m m
marines, or the wives of U. S. sol-J ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WELL? .
diers, sailors or marines who are ,
physically disqualified for examina- Many Hartford People Know the
tlon by reason of injuries received in
the line of military duty. Form 1977.
and application blanks may be ob-I
talned from the offices mentioned
above or from the United States Crv
11 Service Commission at Washing-)
ton, D. C. Appllcatons should
forwarded to the Commission at
Washington, D. C, at the earliest
A TRIBUTE TO DE
Next Sunday at the Methodist
Church In Hartford, there will be
held a memorial service for the de
ceased Dreachera who slnnn henasth '
the sod of our cemetery. The mus- ney P11,s
1c and morning discourse will be In
accord with the occasion,
afternoon at 3:30 every one who
will la asked to repair to the ceme-
Importanre of Healthy Kid
neys The kidneys filter the blood.
They work night and day.
Well kidneys remove impurities.
Weak kidneys allow Impurities to
No kidney ill should be neglected.
There is possible danger In delay.
If you have backache or urinary
If you are nervous, dizzy or, worn
Begin treating your kidneys at
Use a proven kidney remedy..
None endorsed like Doan'a Kid-
Recommended by thousands. Ask
"la the your ne,nDOr-
rrovea or riartrora testimony.
J. F. Gillespie, mechanic, Union
tery to decorate the last resting
St., Hartford, says: "I have
place of these fallen heroes of the kidney complaint.
flag of the cross. The general pub- b,clt cne(1 and mT kidneys were
lie Is cordially Invited to attend the weak ,nd Irregular. At times It
morning service and to make a wa BeceMary t m to get up
floral offering in the afternoon to during the night to pass the kidney
any of these sacred mounds that cretlons. I knew Doan'a Klaney
marks the rating place of the Pllls were ooi for tl9 trouble as
todlep,of these men of God. Preach- others in the family had been cured
lng again at 7:30 p. m. Everyone bv thelr nM- ne box of Doan'a
la cordially Invited to attend. cured me and I have, had no fur-
T. T. FRAZIER. Pastor. ' ; ther trouble."
Price (0c, at all dealers. Don't
MOTHERS' DAY AT MT. HERMON "Imply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan'a Kidney Pills the same
The Mothers' Day program ren- that Mr. Gillespie had. Foster-Mil-dered
at the Mt. Hermon Methodist hum Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y.
Church last Sunday was greatly en-Joyed-
and appreciated by a large
congregation. The church waa ap
propriately decorated with flowers
nd a beautiful musical program
CHURCH ROLL CALL
There, will be . three consecutive
Roll Calls at Green River Baptist
added to the impress! veness of the cnurch( ner Cromwell, on Saturday
ceaajon. The aermon was delivered
y the pastor, Rev. T. T. Frailer
before the third Sunday la May,
June and July at 2: SO p. m. All
d proved both Intrestlng and in- members are expected to be present
f7 ANDERSON'S ; il'
There is a certain comfort in a Anderson .
suit that you won't find in any other, and
these smart models arev no exception.
Faultlessly tailored of fine quality materials .
they offer individuality that is certain to
appeal to men and young men of discrim
Big KpecUt In Summer Salts
Men's Genuine Palm Beach Suit In greys and tans,
nicely made, In all sisea from 34 to 50, regulars, stouta ,
and slims. - Special May price ....... .912.50
AT 920.00 '
200 Men's and Young Men's All-Wool Suits, beautiful
range of patterns In the newest models, worsteds, serges,
cassimerc-a and tweeds. Any suit , In the lot a good
125.00 value on today's market. Our special May
) e ,
fee " IN ar
250 Fine All-Wool suits, correctly tailored In all the
newest men's and young, men's models, wide range of
the newest patterns in all leading materials. Suits that
.were made to sell at $30.00 and $35.00. Our special
May price ....... ... . . . .925.00
About 150 Hart Schaffner ft Marx fine suits, all this
season's goods, wide range of patterns, in men's and
young men 'a models. Made "as good as clothes can be
made, and sold with an absolute guarantee of satlsfac-
tlon to the wearer. Specially priced far May
at .............. ..,.. ... 935.00
. : AT 915.00
One lot of about 100 men's and young men's suits,,
broken lots from our $20.00 grade. Specially priced
for May ,,;.,.; ...... ,...915.00
Two-piece summer suits; Palm Beach, Mohair Silks,
Gabardines, Tropical .Worsteds, Regulars, stouts, -slims
. . 912-50 to 935.00
1 TWO-PIECE SUITS '
Men's Mohair suits In dark stripes, well made in
aizes 3d to 45 regulars, stouts and slims. Special May
Price ...,,.. ...,., ,.;t 912.50
S. W. ANDERSON CO.
OWENSBORO. Where Courtesy Reigns. KENTUCKY
KRS. C. O. HUNTER
, in person or by proxy to answer to
BIRCH SHIELDS. Pastor.
Mrs. C. O. Hunter entertained the T0MAT) PLANTS Prices re
Ladles' Social Club at ber horn on duced leading varletlea prepaid:
Union Street Wednesday afternoon, 1 doien nlanta 25o
to honor of ber guest, Mrs. W .C. (ft plants . .,,.50c'
Os-erhults, of Cedar Edge, Colo. A 100 plants Ue
lumber of games of progressive ., ,. . S. M. MORTON, i
rook were' played and delicious re lt-it -, Centertown,' Ky.
IN MEM OR! AM
In loving memory of our dear
Husband and father, Thomas Ches
ter Royal, who departed this lite,
August 6, mi.
In the graveyard aoftly sleeping,
Where the flowers gently wave;
Lies the one we loved so dearly,
la his lonely, silent grave, j
Around your precious grave we lin
'Till the setting sun is low, '
Feeling all our hopes have perished,
With the flower we cherished so,
Almost one ,year ago you left us,
And our toss we deeply feel,
But 'tis God that has bereft us,
He can aU our sorrows heal,
8omewhere In the flood of years,
Somewhere in the river's flow,
God shall wipe away our tears,
Then we shall see and know
Badly mUsed by all who1 knew white. Finder notify
him,... ... .-,.. .. , IV . C. A. BLANCHARD.
HIS WIFB. AND CHILD. Jll-$tp McHeary, Ky., R. 1.
y PYTHIAN MEMORIAL SERVICE
Rough River Lodge No. 110
Knighta of Pythlaa will hold Its
annual memorial service In memory
of Us departed brothers at two
thirty o'clock, Sunday afternoon, at
the MetbodUt church In Hartford,
Ky., at , which time the following
Order of service will be earried out.
All members of the lodge meet
at the Lodge Hall 1 o'clock, and
march In a body to the church.
- At Church
Muslo , ' ,
Prayer .. ...Judge W, H. Barnes
Introduction ..Hon. Otto C. Martin
Address .Rev. A. H. Anthony
Central City. Ky.
Decoration of the graves by the
Committee. . ...
8TRAYED from my tarn on the
Hartford and . Rock port Road near
McHenry. Sunday April 13, large
dark bay horse. Left hind foot
. SWEET POTATO SLIPS
CANNA PLANTS 1
. DAHLIAS r
v. ROSES '
VERBENA ' .
' AND MANY OTHERS
Write for Catalogue.
VITAL STATISTICS REPORT
Vital Statistics for Registration . '
District No. J03, of ' Ohio County
Kentucky, including voting preclncta
North Rockport No. t, South Rock
port No. I, Ceralvo No. 24 and Pond '
Run No. 87. '
January, 121 ... ,
February," 1121 ...... ., .w ..o
March, 1912 ..,.,
April, l2 ....... ...... o
Total deaths, ...
January, ln .....a
February. liU , -
March. 1921 ... .l
April. 1922 M.
Total births ,.v ., .,11
' 1 L. T. REID. " '
Ra.l.t... tvi.. .
ui.irici no, yoi,
wat the fly early, boxes for 15c
WILLIAMS ft TAYLOR.
Hartford Herald. 91.50 tb ear