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THE HART'OHO ' VC
Special Invitation to the Ladies !
Having just finished installing our ntw 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 look.
Central City, Ky.
May 21. Prof, and Mrs. E. E
Allison. Mr. Frank Barnes, Misses
Mora and Sarah Lee Jackson, Mr.
and Mrs. Porter Barnes motored to
Ham moth Cave Saturday night. All
the party returned Sunday night
-with the exception of Mr. and Mrs
Allison, who will visit Mrs. Allison's
parents at Mt. Olivet. Ky., and will
return home In a few days.
Miss ' Mell Hays, of Rochester
Ky.. visited her cousin. Miss Vir
ginia McKenney, last week and at
tended the Commencement exer
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McKen
3ey, of Jenkins, Ky., are visiting
Mrs. McKenney's parents, Mr. and
ICrs. W.-T. Taylor.
Several from here took the teach
er's examination which was held at
Hartford, Friday and Saturday.
Miss Carrie Southard, who. has
leeu attending the Western State
Xoruial at Bowling Green, was in
town last week spending a few days
-with her sister, Miss Martha.
Misses Elizabeth Davidson and
Sallye Henri Coleman returned to
their homes after completing their
Tear's work as teachers in Beaver
Dam High. School.
Miss Hasel Maddox, of Rockport,
Ky., was the guest of her cousin,
Miss Sallye Maddox, a few days last
Rev. Riggs was taken to Louis
Title Saturday where he underwent
an operation for appendicitis. Mr.
J. M. Porter, who for the past three
-weeks hus been in St. Anthony
Hospital at Louisville returned
ionie Thursday and Is doing nicely,
Mr. B. C. Moorman, of Central
City, came up Friday to witness the
jTaduation of his daughter. Miss
Rev. C. C. Daves and Mr. Roscoe
James are attending the Southern
Baptist Convention at Jacksonville,
Tla., this week. ,
' Miss Armilda Austin, of Roches
tr, Ky., is spending the summer
with her father, Mr, Cluddie Pete
Headquarters Troop & (12 men
Med. Dept. attached): Jefferson
(60), Oldham (5), Trimble (4),
Carroll (11), Henry (8), Shelby
(11), Franklin (24), Spencer (5),
Bullitt (6). .
Service Troop & (12 men Med.
Dept. attached): Jefferson (61)
Anderson (13), Nelson (11), Har
lan (15), Washington (IS), Mer
cer (IS), Marlon (1).
Detachment 1st. Squadron Head
quarters & 10 men Med. Dept. at
tached): Larue (8), Marlon (9),
Taylor (10), Creen (10), Hart (4).
Troop "A": Marlon (9), Taylor
(S), Hart (8), Green (4), Barren
(20), Allen (12), Metcalfe (13),
Monroe (20), Warren (26), Ed
monson (8), Simpson (1).
Troop "B": Simpson (7), Lo
gan (14), Todd (16), Muhlenburg
(43), Butler (10), Christian. (36)
Troop "C": Ohio (36), Grayson
(14), Brecktarldge (27), Hancock
(9), Daviess (34).
Detachment 2nd. Squadron Head
quarters & (10 men Med. Dept. at
tached): Hopkins (20), Webster
(10), Henderson (11).
Troop "E": Daviess (17), Hen
derson (20), McLean (17), Hop
kins (20). Union (22), Webster
(16), Caldwell (14).
Troop "F": Crlttendon (18),
Caldwell (3), Christian (2), Trigg
(16), Lyon (11), Livingston (12),
Marshall (22), Calloway (28).
Troop "G": McCracken (43),
Graves (28), Fulton (17), Hick
man (12), Ballard (IS).
FEAT OF GIANT LOCOMOTIVE
Biggest in the World, It Pulls a Load
of Approximately Sixteen
, Mrs. George Keowa returned
Ixo ax Fordsvtlle Sunday night where
she was called to the bedside of her
Biather, who Is dangerously 111.
CHANCE TO JOIN
V. H. KEMEKVEU
The War Department is actively
engaged In organizing the Officers'
Reserve Corps and the Enlisted
3lu' Reserve Corps into units of
lie Organized Reserves. It is hoped
ky assigning organizations to locali
ties within states to arouse a local
ride which will aid materially In
staking these units a success.
One of the units allocated to the
Western half of Kentucky la the
213th. Cavalry Regiment. Major
.Frank D. Rash, Earllugton, Ken
tucky, Is the Executive officer of
this regiment. Officers, Non-com-missioned
officers and Enlisted Spe
cialist are desired for tbia unit.
Former officers and enlisted men of
the World War are eligible for ap
pointment In the highest grade held
during the war.
Those Interested should com
sounicate with Major Rash, Earl
fecfou, Kentucky, or Headquar
ters, 14th Cavalry Division, Room
115, Post Office Building, Louis
The troops of the tilth Cavalry
ae assigned to counties as follows,
lh. nambers In parenthesis Indicate
IB cumber of. enlisted men which
tkat county would be called upon
4f .foih the regimental unit in a
Vlsuallze, If you can, a freight train
over u mile In length, the longest train
I hut was ever liuuled, carrying a load
of coiil approxIniHtlng thirty-two mil
lion pounds, pulled over the Blue Ridge
and Ailcgliuny mountains by the big-b'-.'st
locomotive In the world, and you
liave a uientul picture of the feat In
I licuvy huullng that was accomplished
recently on t4te Virginian railway be
tween rrincetiin, V. Vs., and Roanoke,
Va., iu the iiresem-e of 85 prominent
representatives of the leading railroads
in this country, which Is described as
lnuugurutliig a new era in modern
These demonstrations represented
tests and trials covering a range of a
wide and exhaustive nature. It was
shown that the operation of the loco
motive, consuming on an average all
tons of con per hour, wus an easy
' matter with the duplet stoker, a
mechanical device which takes the
place of firemen.
The following are details connected
with the largest demonstration train:
The locomotive and tender weighed
440 tona and measured approximately
123 feet In length. The train was com
posed of 100 cars, each of which
weighed 40 tons and measured 51H
feet The loud carried by each car
represented 120 tons of coal, making
the total weight pulled by the engine
approximately 10,000 tons or 82,000.000
AgGOOD QUESTION FOR SPRING
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Are you well dressed?
Most men think they are;
' and most of them are not
That's because they think
stylish clothes are expensize; .
or else they choose wrong.
But there's no excuse for
Fine all-wool fabrics and
good tailoring are the basis .
of style, Such quality gives
long wear which makes the
cost very low.
We'll see that you get. the
right style for you and the
quality that saves money.
We have Hart Schaffner &
Marx clothes because they
help us do these things with
the greatest satisfaction to
S. W. ANDERSON CO.
OWENSBORO, Where Courtesy Reigns. KENTUCKY
Of every 1,000 automobiles In the
world, 843 ar. owned In the United
States and 17 in Canada. This means
that eighty-eight per cent of all the
automobiles are found In these two
countries. Great Britain has tour
per cent of the total number of auto
vehicles, Franc, two per cent, and
In all other con tries combined ar.
found tb. remaining tlx per cent.
BIRTHDAY SURPRISE Millie Bennett. Mrs. James Bell.
' Misses Ophelia Ward, Waltrude
most -pleasant surprise was glv-i HInes, Permllla Hinea. Mildred
en Mrs. Hes Ward, of the No Creek HInes, Lena Ward and Mabel R.
community Tuesday, May ,16., In j Ward; Messrs. J. 8. Bennett, W.
honor of her 47th. birthday. when'O Ward. H n wiiiir t
number of friends and relatives ' Ward, Wilson Ward, Carrol Ward,
garnered at her home with well- Clifford Stevens and Victor Baa
filled baskets of appetizing viands.1 bam.
The tribute was highly aDDrei lated '
by Mrs. Ward and th. day waa en
Joyed by all present.
Those who attended were: Mrs.
net ward and son, Morris, Mr. and
Mrs. L. M. Ward, Mr. and Mrs.!
Everett Mllllgan, and son, Estll. Mr. 1
and Mrs. Lloyd Wanlca and dangh-
At McHenry, Sunday McHeury
11 and Cleaton 1.
I At Leltchfleld, Suaday Beaver
I Dam 10 and LeltchHatd 2.
ter, Helen. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert '
Sanderfur, Mr. and Mra. R. E. 1 7
Benham and slaughter,. Mary Eliza-'
At Hartford, SuHday Rockport
and Hartford I.
At Morgantown, Saturday Mon-
gantown SI and Hartford 1.
Some people can afford
anything except a nickname.
oetn. Mrs. Fleetwood Ward and
aon, Conrad, Mrs. Kitty Ward and I
daughters, Hettle Bell, Tbelma and
'Zelphla,. Mra. Lllla Plrtle, Mrs.
almost Prudie Stevens, Mrs. Georgia Car
i aon, Mrs. Stella Sanderfur. Mrs.
Letha Sanderfur and daughter.' In their residence n
Mr: and Mrs, R. T. Collins, who
have been residing In Louisville
for several months, have returned
to Hartford and. are again occuoy-
Hartford Herald. 11 10 tht 74. Dorothy, Mrs. Lucy Carson. Mrs. of Main and .Washington atre.ts.
HARTFORD HIGH SCHOOL
APRIL HONOR ROLL
Loren. Westerfleld, Barbour Wil
Otis Ashby, Hulbert
Geneva Howard, Annabel
Martyne 8proule, Bonnie
Edith Tlnsley,- Ronald
Emily Fair Riley, Ferdinand Flr
tl., Clara Hoover, Tryphena How
ard, Virginia ' Lauterwasser, Theo
dora Dever, Irene Lea.
FOR. SALE- Dooley, Porto Rico.
Southern Queen and Triumph sweet
aotato slips, J5 cts. per hundred at
house Tomato plants, 60 cent,
per hundred, at house. Send post
age with brdera. J. A. NELSON.
McHenry, Rout 1. i.t
Centertown Tel. Exchange.
WORK TO BEGIN
- Work on Panther creek straight
ening project will heglu at an .early
date, th. equipment for dredging
being now delivered In Owensboro.
Tha McWllllama company, of Chi
cago, which has tha contract for th.
work, th. coat of which will be a
half million dollars will atart oper
ations as soon as all of th. equip
ment la placed and a crew of work
A large number of mea have
been on th. creek meandering! for
soma weeks clearing away undei1
growth and making ready for th.
Placing of th. dredgers that will be
tarted In the next few days. On.
of th. big dredgers has been un
loaded, two mora ar. on the tracka
between Owensboro and Horse
Branch, on the I. c. Railroad, and
fly. more ar. en rout, to th iv
being aomewher. on the road be
tween her. and Cairo, 111. Owens
boro Messenger. '