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Every day adds new mrrcbjtndiiie
to our biff June Sale, If you are
not attending you are the loser. We
are showing the greatnat line of
Mill-End fabrics that it has been
our privilege 1 to show in years.
Thousands of yards of Ginghams,
Tercalos, White Goods, plain and
fancy Voiles and Organdies, Shirt
ing Madras, Silk Shirting in fact, .
a Tast selection of Cotton Goods of
every description. See our Short
Lengths ideal goods for children's
' school dresses. . - . ,
O ; LOCAL. DASHES O
Mr. W. J. Bean, city, was in Lou
igvllle last week.
"' Dr. A. B. .Riley wat In Hopkins-
ville, two days last week.
- Mrs. Finis Leach, of Beaver'Dam,
la visiting' relatives in this city.
' Miss Amelia ;'Barnett, city, was
the guest of friends, in Danville, re-
Mrs. R H. Gillespie is visiting
her lister, Mrs. Nettie M. Reid, at
r i. " '
Miss Hettle Riley, of Owensboro,
was the guest of relatives in (his
city, last week.
. WANTED Cook or Nurse. Atfply
or call Phone 6;" R. A. BRIDGES,
Centertown, Ky. ' . l2-4t
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Brown, of near
this city, are the parents of a baby
girl born June 11.
Htgest cash price for eggs and
poultry every day in the year.
W. E. ELLIS BRO. 49tt
Miss Marguerite Renfrow, of Ow
ensboro, was the guest of Miss Ame
lia Pirtle, city, last week. -
Miss Tillie May, is visiting her
brother,. Mr. Allen (Babe) May, and
Mrs. May, at Madisonvllle.
Miss Emily Bull, of Buford, spent
the week-end with, Misses Margaret
and Annabel Kins', of this city.
Mr. Chester Leach, of this city.
Is under treatmeut in the Thornton
and Minor Hospital In Kansas City,
Mrs. Hallie Cook, of this city,
and Mrs. L. A. Sbarer, of Weston
W. Va., are visiting relatives, in
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parks and
sons. Dale and Hugh Randolph, and
Miss Edith Belle King, were In Ow
ensboro, last week.
Miss Marie Her returned to ber
borne in Owensboro, Friday, -after a
visit, with ber cousin, Mrs. Hlnton
Leach, and Mr. Leach.
Mrs. Leona Smith, of Horton, who
has been very sick since her return
from the South sometime ago, is
Improving very slowly.
Mrs. Harriet Paxton, of Beaver
Dam, was the guest of Dr. and Mrs,
J. W. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. J
Ross Taylor, the first three days of
last week. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Pirtle, of
Detroit, Mich., have arrived here
to be the guests of Mr. Pirtle's
parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. pirtle
during the next two weeks.
Mr. L. 8. Igleheart represented
Ohio County Post No. 44 at a Joint
meeting of the Kentucky Disabled
Veterans' Board and the American
Legion, at Princeton, Ky., Saturday,
Miss Clime Felix, who has been
In the Owensboro City Hospital,
where she underwent an operation
for appendicitis early last week, re
turned to her home here, Thursday
She Is recovering nicely.
WANTED AT ONCE First class
plumbers with tools. Permanent
work.' Wire. Will refund transpor
tation to efficient, men. MASTER
PLUMBERS ASSOCIATION, Fourth
ft Liberty, Louisville, Ky.. 25-lt
Judge W.i H. Barnes Was In Cal
houn on a legal mission Monday.
Mrs. E. P. Forman is quite 111 at
ber home on Washington Street.
Self-sealer fruit cans, that really
seal the frulf in and the air out
WILLIAMS' ft TAYLOR.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T.' Newcomb, of
Maxwell, were In this city on busi
ness, last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vickers, of Ow
ensboro, were the guests of Mr, and
Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, city, Sunday.
Mr. Dewey Bean, of the Oak
Grove Vicinity, was the guest of
relatives in this
city from Sunday
Mrs. . Jack Farris, of Denver,
Colorado, Is spending the summer
with relatives in- Hartford and
Old pre-war prices on Keen Kut
ter Knives. A new shipment just in
at WILLIAMS ft TAYLOR'S.
Mrs. J. W, Qhupnian, of Buffalo,
Okla., is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Strother Hawkins, of near
Messrs. Frank, Marshal and W.
O. Barnes, of Beaver -Dam, were in
Central City, on business, one day
Reports are that Messrs. O. W.
and L. C, Smith .are doing well in
the South'. One Is field manager
for a large Oil company at Orange,
Texas, while the other is manager
of a large rice farm in Louisiana.
They formerly resided at Horton.
Un Tnhn Min,A r,t f .nulfivlllfl.
arrived In this city, Thursday to be
the guest of ber mother, Mrs. M. J.
Ross, and other relatives,- , .
Mr. John Allen, Wilson left Sat
urday for Memphis, Tenn., where
be' goes to accept a position with the
Illinois Central railroad. Mr. Wil
son has been attending the - Uni
versity of Kentucky for the past two
years, and plans to work for the
coming year, returning to school In
Miss Bessie Morton and Miss
Sallye Harris Ecan, of Louisville,
arrived here, S.i.urday to be the
guest of related during the next
FOR SALE Aare 8 years old,
16 hands. Good Saddle and Breed
er. Or will trade for Ford Car and
pay difference. Cheter M. Wade,
26-tf Hartford, Ky.
Next Sunday is Rev. Wm. Sav
age's regular appointment at Hart
ford Christian Church, r Preaching
at 11 a. m. and ?:45 p. m. Every
body invited to be present.
LOST Ladies' Gold wrist watch,
on road between Beaver Dam and
Centertown, Saturday night, June
17th. Return to E. H. GOOD ALL
Centertown, Ky., and receive reward,
MORE FORDS There were 744
cars registered in this county, up
until June 1st., 1922. Of this num
ber 551 were Fords. Place your
order for a Ford car now.
BEAVER DAM AUTO CO.' 25-2t
Did you ever "cuss"' the cow
when she swats you in fhe face when
you were milking? Don't do It any
more. You can chase the flies with
Pratts Fly Chaser. Sold at WIL
LIAMS ft TAYLOR'S 25-2t
Mrs. Sullie T. Johiidou, of Louis
ville, arrived here Saturday to visit
Mr. and Mts. John A. Duke. She will
go from bere to Dundee to be the
guest of - Mr, Mark Renfrow and
family and Mr. Virge Renfrow and
Messrs, J. A. Bellamy and Bun
Bellamy, of near Whitesville, and
Otto Miller, J. T. Westerfield and
Reat' Farmer, of near Fordsville,
were In this city on business, Satur
day. Mr. Miller entered his sub
scription while here.
Rev. Wm, Savage closed a ten
day meeting at Cromwell, last week.
Much interest was manifested dur
ing the whole meeting. Rev. Birch
Shields assisted. The people of
Cromwell have under consideration
the purchase of the former school
house to be used as a union church,
TAKEN UP AS AN ESTRAY one
black mare about 14 years old, for
merly owned by me. Now In the lot
near by residence in Hartford. Own
er may have her by paying for ad
vertisement and feed.
25-tf . Hartford, Ky.
Miss Lurene Collins, stenographer
for the Greenvilee Coal Co., spent
the week-end here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. T Collins. .
Miss Winnie Wilson has been of
fered and will probably . accept a
position as teacher In Oklahoma at
a salary of $125 per month.
- Misses Lelia Glenn and Mildred
Stevenson and Mr. J. Glenn Barnes,
city, motored over to Cromwell and
spent the afternoon with Miss Gorin
Flener, Sunday. -
Rev. T. T. Frailer filled his regu
lar appointments at the Hurtford
Methodist Church Sunday, deliver
ing beneficial messages to oppretia
Rev. Kusgcll Walker preached at
the local Baptist Church Sunday,
morning and evening. His thought
ful messages were heard by fair
Mr. E. L. Wilson and niece, little
Miss Virginia Pearl Menser, of
Providence, Ky., were guests of Mr.
Wilson's daughter, Mrs. T. T. Frai
ler, and Rev. Frailer from Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Maddox and
baby, who have been visiting Mr.
Maddox's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
T. .Maddox, of Beaver Dam, return
ed to their home In Brandenburg,
last week. Mr. Maddox left im
mediately tor Chicago where he will
enter Chicago University during Ibe
next three months.
OHIO COUNTY FAIR AND AG
RICULTURAL EXPOSITION will
be held September 14, 15 and 16,
1922. Prepare your exhibits. Let's
have the biggest fair ever beld at
DR. L. B, BEAN, President,
24-tf ' Hartford, Ky
FOR SALE New sup
ply Top Buggies, sin
gle and double har
ness. E. E. BIRKHEAD,
Foot Gbmfcrt Wfeek
June 17 to 24
Has it ever occured to you
that we sell foot comfort as
well as quality footwear?
Make up your mind now to
avail yourself of the Dr.
Scholl's FootComfort Service
as rendered in our store.
And we will be
glad to advise you
in regard to the
proper shoe re
Th cam mt pains, rviuKC pcv
cramps ind smIIovmii al effort to come,
S,iSiXift? we know you will
Come in Any Time
Bring Your Friends
W. ANDERSON A CO.
MORGANTOWN vs HARTFORD
JCine . .
This game will be one of the best of the
season. You can't afford to miss this one.
Game called promptly at 3;00 o'clock.
All Kinds .
HKK WHAT A TIME
'The Chicken In The Case"
A pure, unadulterated 109 percent comedy. Concoct d
for laughing purposes only.
Beaver Dam, Ky.
Thursday, June 22nd
Not to soe it Is to conlesa you don't liko a good time..
A whirlwind drama ol the southwest packed witU $rft,
gumption and "gut there" featuring
"NERVY BUCK" JONES"
Saturday, June 24th.
You will bo pulled out of your seat when yon see the fight
between "Buck" and the bandit on tho edge of a cliff tbt.-j
fall thru tie top of un old shack Into tho river below, th
fight never stopping. The brakes are never put on the ac
tion "in thu picture. Don't forget the fact that this plrttu
Is the kind our patronn like, absolutely brand new, and for
that reason to acconimod ale all of them we wlil have two
shows. First one starting at 7:30, next one iramedlatoly
after the first.
Monday, June 26th.
Something to think about shonld circum::tantinl evidence
convict? To Answer this You must, you will Bee that thril'
Ingly dramatic up to tho minute super-picture.
that powerful screen production featuring
(the star without a failure)
in her. newest, and tho very bust picturo she has ever mode.
One with thrills and action. You'll like it because its one
of thoso rare pictures so often advertised, but fo ttldoas
Feeling Blue'? Note the time and the place.
last as long as
the cloth itself
AT last you can have for your
XI self and your children wash
blouses, suits and dresses that
will not fade, no matter how
they are washed and worn.
We unreservedly guarantee
that"EverfMt" Suiting is abso
lutely FAST TO SOAP AND BOILING
FAST TO SUN AND WEATHER
FAST TO PERSPIRATION AND
FAST TO EVERYTHING IT EN.
COUNTERS AS A DREHS,
BLOUSE OH SUIT FABRIC.
We will promptly and cheer
fully return your money not
only for every yard of "Eerf.rf
Suiting which, for any reason,
does not hold its color, but alfto
THE COST OF MAKING
Evrf.t" Suitinsr has
rubbed and scrubbed with the
strongest kinds of laundry
soap, boiled in washing soda,
and exposed for weeks to sun,
wind, ruin and salt air without
losing color in the slightest
"EverUtl" Suiting is pi
dyed by a special process. It
is one yard wide mercerized
and comes in all 'popular
colors. The name "Everfast"
is stamped every yard in the
Next time you are in the
piece goods department, ask
for a sample swatch of "Ew
fal" Take it home, test it in
any way you like and prove to
yourself that here at last is aa
absolutely fast-color waak
-Ha) Jhe GENUINE
fAT. Of f.
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