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TMI HATFO0 HERALO
Mr. Edwin Scott
for Toledo, Ohio,
spend a month.'
" Mr R. B. Canary, of Fordsvllle,
where he will
. These hot days remind us that the time is here
for a change, arid we want to remind you that we
Jan change you from head to foot for' real comfort.
Men's Palm Beach Suits . . . ' . . f 13.00
Men's Mohair Suits.. . . . . 15.00
Men's Palm Beach Trousers . . . . .... S.00
.jMen's Mohair Trousers ............... .... 8.00
Men's Wash Pants ...... . ... $1.50, $2,00 to $3.0O
Men's Wash Tie ......... .... 23c
Men's Bow Ties .. ... :. '.... , ......,23c
Men's Silk Ties ........ .'.50o
For Instance ,
Men's Panama Hats '. ... '. ...93.00
Men's Jap Panama Hats 1.80
Young men's oriental yachtHats . ... .. .... 2.80
Men's Bangkok Hats ...... .... .... 4.00
Men's athletic union suits . ., fl.OO
'Men's Mesh, union suits ........... , . . 1.00
Men's oxfords, Black; Tan and Brown 93.00
Men's Brown oxfords ..... .... 4.00
Emerson Brown oxfords 8.00
. See us and be comfortable.
O . LOCAL DASHES ' O
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Hartford Herald, atl.50 tfie ear
Mr. and Mrs. Hinton Leach were
In Owensboro one day last week.
Mr.' Arthur Leach made a busi
ness tflp to Owensboro Wednesday.
FOR SALE: Second-hand
Trailer, practically new. : ' '
21.1 W. E. ELLIS BRQ.
Mr. W. E. Ellis made a business
trip to Owensboro Tuesday, returu-
i Pool Tables, for sale. For
particulars, see, S. 0. MAPLES,
Rockport, Ky. , ' 21-4t
Mr. Ervll Gllllm, of ' the New
Baymus vicinity, was in Hartford,
Saturday, on business. '
, Mr. Murray Coppage, of New
Baymus vicinity, was . in Hartford
on business Wednesday.
Mr. Watt Taylor, of Matanzas,
has accepted position with the
' Aetna Life Insurance Co.
Higest cash price for eggs and
poultry every day In the year.
, W. E. ELLIS ft' BRO. 49tf.
006 qnickly relieves - Colds; Constl
patioa, Billouuiewa and Headaches.
- A Fine Tonic 2t-20t
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Scott ar-d
family have taken1 rooms with Mrs.
John R. Phlpps, on Union St; ' ,'
Miss Irene Coffman, of Center
town, was the guest of Miss Helen
Westerfleld, city last" Tuesday night.
Mr. Whittler Rogers,, who ' has
been attending Centre College,, has
returned to his home near Crom
well. ?rof. Forest Bell, Superintendent
' of Schools at Van Lear, Ky., ,1s the
(nest of his father, Mr.. 8. W. Bell,
Jtoute f. '" ( '
II per cent Acid Phosphate 114.-
' 50 Ton. 2-8-1 Tobacco Grower
i : $30.0 Tea. D. L. D. BANDEFUR, , I
Beaver Dam. Ky. .
Miss Martha Mary Smith, of Cen
tertown, is the guest of her fath'
er, Attorney C. E. Smith and Mrs,
Miss . Lurene Collins, of Green
ville, was the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins during
the week-end. . 1
Mrs. O. P. Jones, city,' spent last
week with her son, Mr. Noatley
Jones and Mrs. Jones In the Wash
' Miss Cliffie Felix has returned to
her home here, after having taught
in the High School at McHenry,
during the past term. " -
Mr. E. Y. Park returned to his
home In Central City, Sunday, after
being the guest of relatives In this
city, since' Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hoover and
children, of Madlsonvllle, have re
turned home after spending a few
days with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hunter, Mrs.
Ross Bennett, Mrs. W. C. Overbults
and Miss Marlon Hill were in Ow
ensboro one day last week.
Misses Minerva and Cesna John
son, who boarded in this city dur
ing the 'school months, have return
ed to thelf borne, near Blshenor.
Mrs. Fon Rogers, of Lexington,
spent last . Wednesday in this city,
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Isaac
Foster, at the Commercial Hotel.
. Capt. J. A. Clark, of Owensboro,
spent from Monday until Thursday
of last week In Hartford, the
guest of his son, Mr. W. A. Clark.
One and Two-row Hoosler Corn
drills. The most . accurate corn
planters on the market.
tt-4t ' W. E. ELLIS ft BItO.
; Mr, McDowell A. Fogle was the
guest of his sister, Mrs. T. B.
Petrle, and Mr, Petrle, of Indian
apolis, Ind., from' 8unday until
M0WER8 AND RAKES Deer,
lnf and McCormlck Mowers and
Rakes or , sny kind of baying ma
W., E. ELLIS A BRO.,
21-4t Hartford, Ky. ,
Mrs. T.v S. Marks and daughters,
Misses Lettle, Margaret y and Mary
were in Owensboro, Friday. .
Miss Carolyn Brown Render is
spending the week with her cousin,
Miss Lillian Taylor, of Beaver Dam
Floyd and Cloyd Olbson, who left
several days ago to pick strawber
ries near Bowling Green, have re
turned home. 1
Miss lone Lee, of Olaton, R. F.
D. No; 1, was the guest of her un
cle, Mr. Owen Lee, and family while'
Mr. Galen Westerfleld, of Cali
fornia, is visiting Mr. O. A. Ralph
and family, of this city, and other
relatives In Beaver Dam.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blrkhead,
of Owensboro, motored over and
spent the day w.th Mr. Blrkbead's
brother, Mr. E. E. Blrkhead, and
Mrs. Blrkhead, Sunday.
Miss Mary Louise Mitchell, of
Dundee, spent from- Monday until
Wednesday of last week in Hait
ford, the guest of Miss Mary Louise
Miss Florence Nelson, who has
been teaching In the local high
school during the past year, re
turned to her home near Hender
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Riley and
Messrs. W. M. Fair, McDowell A.
Fogle and H. D. Estes, of this city,
motored over to Owensboro, Wed
Mrs. Filura Barrett and daugh
ter, Miss Mattie Bonner Barrett, of
Barrett's Ferry, have arrived here
to spend the summer with Mr. and
Mrs. L. G. Barrett.
We are agents for the genuine
Coca Cola. Will have a supply at
plant at all times.
ELLIS ICE CO.,
l-4t Hartford, Ky.
Hemstitching and picoting attach
ment works on any sewing machine,
easily adjusted. Price $2.50 with
full Instructions. Oriental Novelty
Co., Box H, Corpus Christl, -Texas
FOR SALE 2 registered Poland
China Male Pigs, 4 months old,
weight about 135 lbs.
H. P. ADDINGTON & SONS,
Proprietors Riverside Farm, P. O.
Central City, Ky. ' 20tf
FOR SALE Buggy and Harness,
good as new. Also want a good
farm hand for 6 or ( months. Call
or see Wilson Ward, Hartford R.
F. D. No. 3. Hartford Tel. Exchange,
We are the exclusive agents for
the Budwelser Beer in Ohio County,
Have a car load on hands. Place
your order by phone or by mail. :
ELLIS ICE CO..
18-4t Hartford, Ky.
Misses Louise Frost, Cracle'' Lee
Frolsburg and Emilie Pendleton,
Messrs. Wm. Finch and L. D. Fol
ly, of Central City, were the guests
of Miss Pendleton's father, Dr. E.
B. Pendleton, and Mrs. Pendleton,
BEANS, PEAS t AND. MILLET
Haberlandt and Sooty Beans, Whip-
poorwill - and Mixed Peas. Good
stock. Best German Millet.
W, E. ELLIS ft BRO. " ' 21-4t
Messrs. Marvin Black and J. Al
len Brady, Deputy Collectors of In
ternal Revenue for this zone, have
returned to Owensboro after being
engaged here and in Beaver Dam
for several days.
L08T Miller Corded Tire, on
Sunday, May 21st. between ' Hart
fcrd and fordsvllle.1 Finder will
please return to this office or to
Medley . . Slack, Owensboro, Ky..
and -receive reward.
Maxle Tenbrook, fine saddle' aqd
harness stallion will make the ses-
son of 1222 at Ohio County Fair
Grounds, Hartford, Ky. Also the
high bred Jack, Tommy Long, will
make' the season 122, at the Pair
Grounds. ' I
Place your prder with. W,
ELLIS 4 BRO. for anr frelsht vou
want talivrfs A lit nt rtwsinaknfA
by truck. Will make dally round
trips as often as we get sufficient j
Mik. w K WT.f in a- nun .J
waiting place. "
W. E- ELUS, Hartford.
and McHenry, was an appreciated
visitor at this office, Tuesday.
Mr. 0. Barnes, manager of
th Ideal' Theater, Beaver Dam,
was pleasant caller, Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Allen, of
Beaver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3, were
pleasant callers, Friday.
Little MIbs Mary Lou Smith, city,
Is visiting her grandparents, Mr.
and. Mrs. J. H. Davis,-of the Taffy
Mrs. Oscar Bishop spent the week
end with her son, David, who Is a
studenr In Bethel College, at Rus
ALUMINUM WARE Double
Boilers, Sauce Pans, Perculators.
Your choice $1.00.
WILLIAMS ft TAYLOR.
Miss Dorothy Horn, of near Ow
ensboro) is the guest of her aunt,
Mrs, L. H. Bishop, and Mr. Bishop,
WANTED To exchange 5 pas
senger Automobile for horse. Ad
dress Dr. L. B. BEAN, Hartford,
Ky . . 21-tf.
Miss Lizzie Miller, of Central
City, spent Sunday with her broth
er, Mr. Joe T, Miller, and family,
of this city.
Miss Kathleen Tichenor, of
tanzHs, spent last week with
aunt, Mrs, S. A. Bratcher and
family of Mr. G.'A. Ralph.
Mr. and" Mrs. Guy Ranney spent
Sunday with Mrs. Ranney's par
ents, Mr. and, Mrs. Luther Hopper,
of near West Providence.
Mr. Charles B. Howard, who is
in the employ of the Bond Tie Co.,
at Albany, Alabama, spent the
week-end with his wife and daugh
Mr. and Mrs, Ira Bean and little
daughter, Alice Paxton, of Louis
ville, are the guests of Mr. Bean's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bean,
of this city.
i ; N
Miss Sallye Shultz, who is attend
ing the State Normal at Bowling
Green, was the week-end guest of
her parent, Ir. -and Mrs..-,.. Ozna
Shults. ' .,
Mr. James Caskey Bennett has
accepted a position with an Insur
ance company and will, be stationed
in Central City! He .eft for that
TOMATO PLANTS Prices ' re
duced leading varieties prepaid:
2 dozen plants 25c
50 plants , . , . ,80c
100 plants ' .83c
E. M. MORTON,
19-3't ' Centertown, Ky.
. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holbrook,
and Messrs. Harris Walker and Ros
eoe Jarnigan motorfd to Bowling
Green last Wednesday. The first
three mentioned also motored to
Whttesville and other Daviess Coun
ty points Thursday. '
Mr. George A. Sykes, of Atlanta,
Gar, was the guest of bis sister, Mrs.
James H. wTlliams, and Mr. Wil
liams during commencement. He
eft Saturday, for St. Louis, Mo.,
where be will remain for a time,
but will return here before going
back to Atlanta.
Place your order with W. E. EL
LIS ft BRO. for any freight you
want delivered out of Owensboro by
truck, Will make daily round trips
as often as we get sufficient tonnage.
Also earry passengers. Make W. E.
ELLIS & BRO., your waiting place.
. W. E. ELLIS,.:
l-4t " Hartford. Ky.
: Bro. William Savage will preach
at Hartford Christian Church . .next
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Mi's Savage will be present at both
services and, will render some sd
clal vocal- music. Everybody cor
Sla ly Invited to be l.rcnt at these!
Prof.' and Mrs. J. 8. Mitchell and
KUle daughters, Martha and Betsey,
Of McHenryytvere guests of Mrs.
Anna J. -Bennett at her home In
Clay street, Monday. Prof. Mitchell
has just completed a very successful
jlerm as superintendent of Central
Park Graded and High School at
Th.v wilt' !. for'
Henrv Count Ikl. a,.b tn ui M i
Mitchell's parents. '. i
AAA Ue Malaria,
h,S BlUov Fev'r "a
All ye bashful ones, there's no need
to fear the consequences of
"LESSONS IN LOVE"
Hurts to the heart broien;treat-'em rongh tuition for pale-
faced pacifists; correspondence couree for blushiLg beaut,
all given by
Thursday, May 25, 1922
Laugh while you learn. It's bashful beaux night, witfr.
pop-the-qnestion performance for bashful beaux. Girls
who've had a Bashful Steady tince 1916 and Unbiiliful
Beaux who've been divorced since 1920, aclruitted FKKE.
Saturday, May 27, 1922
An action picture full of adventure, thrills and romance,
A story entertainingly told, beautifully staged aud itraiits
tically euacted. We feel that Mr. Tearle will p!ea?e you
as he has many outstanding successes to his credit.
A good comedy and first-class music with each show, ('cne
on down and enjoy yourself,
BEAVER DAM. KY.
Mr. Chester Lyons, of Olaton, was
in this city Sunday.
Fresh fruits and vegetables,
kinds at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR.
Mr. B. C. Caldwell, of Ashevllle,
N. C, arrived yesterday afternoon to
be the guest of his daughter, Mrs.
Joe T. Miller, and Mr. Miller until
Mrs. A. L.
Fllckner and daugb
of Evansvllle, Ind.,
Mrs. H. J. Jake, Clay T. Vinson and'
with Mrs J. T. Vinson, Beaver Dam.
Miss Sue Nina Lauterwasser and'
brother, John D., spent a few days
last week with their uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lauterwasser, I
of Hartford Route 3.
Mr, and Mrs. John Renfrow and
children, and Mr. and Mrs. Alva J.
Petty, of Narrows, attended the radio
party at the Star Theater, Monday
Mr. Ray Cook, Rural Mail Carrier
out of Olaton, motored to Hartford
Sunday to accompany his wife home.
She took the teachers examination
here Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Cordelia Petty, Mr. and Mrs.
Alva J. Petty and Mr. Frank Fore
man, of Narrows, went to Owensboro
Sunday to visit Mr. Foreman's daugh
ter, who Is in the City Hospital there.
TEACHERS' TRAINING SCHOOL
Miss Lerlene Foreman, daughter! AT HARTFORD IS -ASSURED
of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Foreman, of
Narrows, underwent an operation at. , A i weeks' Teachers' Training
the Owensboro City Hospital, Satur- School will be held in Hartford te
day. At the last report she was re-!befc' 'he first or second Monday la
covering nicely. Juue. We do not want to lose one
day of this six weeks, so I am asking
FOR SALE At a
Maxwell Touring Car;
and body in A-l condition; also good
set of tires; perfect mechanical con
dition. See me at once.
L. H. RENDER.
Il-2t Beaver Dam, Ky
Mr. and Mrs, Joe C. Bennett and
daughter, Mrs. W. C. Overhults, and
little son, Winston Bennett, and
Mrs. Anna J. Bennett, and little son,
Charles Ross, spent a few days last
week with -Mr. and Mrs. Lennle
Everley, at Centertown.
STRAYED from my farm on the
Hartford and ' Rockport Road near
McHenry, Sunday April 23, large
dark bay horse. Left hind foot
white. Finder notify
C. A.. BLANCH ARD.
McHenry. Ky., R. 1.
lecture St th
court bouse, Thurs.
day night, May 26th. His work Is
to bring about a better understand-
Ing between the races. It Is said
that be Is a very eloquent speaker
6wkt wl reserved for white peo-
All who intend to vote in Novem
ber must register on July 10th or
County Court Clerk Guy Ranney
purchased a Buick auto from Actom
Mr. J. Glenn Barnes, who has
been sojourning at Colorado Springs.
Col., and other western points,
for a number of months, ar
rived yesterday afternoon for an ex
tended viftft with hid nnronts Tiulir
H ., . . '"
and Mrs. W. H. Barnes. He moter-
WANTED Men or Women t
take orders among friends and
neighbors for the genuine guaran
teed hosiery, full line for mea
women and children. Eliminates)
darning. We y 75c an hour
spare time, or S3S.00 a week for
full time. Experienee unnecessary.
Write International Stocking Mills.
Norrlstown, Pa. 19-lOt,
Rev, and. Mrs. J. Walter Creep,
who have been visiting Mrs. Creep's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thad Barnard,
of Hartford, R. F. D. No. 2. anl
Rev. Creep's mother, in Owensboro.
will leave for their home in Com
merce, Texas, Thursday. Rev. Greer
was formerly editor of The Hartfor
Herald, but is now pastor of the
First Christian Church in the Texas
those who aim to attend to please
help me collect all the available
copies of the State Course of Study;
alBO the copies of the Course ia
The following elementary text
books will be used: Second Sod
Fourth Reader; Studies in English.
Book 2; Modern Advanced Arithme
tic, Dunn's The Community and the
Cltixen; The World Geography, The
Body and Its Defenses, Lake's Geuer
al Science, Mohier's Soils. and Crops,
and the adopted books .n lu. Algebra
Most of these books can be bor
rowed or rented if you do not care te
own them at this time.
Arrangements for the teachers of
this summer school will be perfected
in a few Jays. Notice of the teacher
and exact date of the 'beginning or
this school will be fouBd. in each t
the county papers .Jit the. earliest
More than the required number of
teacher-pupils have been secured for
the school and quite a number more)
' MRS. I.'8. MASON, 8upt.
The Hartford Hraid. 11.10 4b