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THE HARTFORD HERAL0
The weather is too wirm to do any great amount of worrying.
Our' candid advice le to come down to our store for cool com
fortable summer "Oxlns." )
Men's Summer Suits
Just tbe kind to make you feel good. Mohair, Palm Beach,
Cool Cloth all correctly made.
Prices .... . . . . flO.OO, $12.50 and $15.00
Men's Odd Trousers
Biggest and best line shown In Ohio County In Mohair, Palm
Beach, etc. Prices .-..-. $3.80, $5.00 and $8.80
Made in Crepe Cloth and Dimity Check a. wonderful garment
for comfort. Size 34 to 46.
Special price ...... .... ...$1.00
Folks who know real sox ralues come to us. We carry a line to
suit the classes and tbe purses all tbe leading summer shades
and qualities. ' ., v
The price is ..... ...... 10c to $1.50 per pair
"Nough Bed" See our genuine Woven Madras Shirts, a won
derful line that sold for $3.00.
Our special price m'M. ..$1.95
One side of our big store devoted solely to Men's Wear. It you
want quality, see us. '.
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O LOCAIi DASHES O
Mrs. J. B. Tork is HI at her home
on Clay Street.
Mr. J. W. Wilson made a busi
ness trip to Louisville Thursday.
Miss Minerva Johnson, of near
town, is the guest of Mrs. Chester
Mies Annabel King, city, spent
the week-end with Miss Emily Bell
Miss 'Ruth Stalsworth, of . this
city, and Miss Dora Hudson, of
Goshen, spent Sunday with Miss
Ethel Grey of Taylor Mines.
The funeral of Mrs. Jesse Case
bier was conducted at Union Grove
Church Sunday, the 18th. the Rev
William Savage officiating.
SOMETHING FOR YOU!
Beaver Dam, Ky.
Has Something Different!
Something You Will Like!
Thursday, June 29th,
Friday, June 30tb,
Saturday, July 1st.
PR ATHER & WILLIAMS
Variety Revue . ' "
Consisting of Pretty Girls, Blackface Delineators,
, Comedians, Singing and Dancing.
A great number of our patrons told us when the
last troupe' was here that they liked it, but there
wasn't enough of it. Well, we have plenty for
you this time the entire program will be vaude
villeno pictures and It will be plenty long,
We have beeu led to believe that this is one of
the best troupes in hU Bection, "
Call "W. O," early for a reserved seat, Phone
There will be an entire change of prograrn each
and every night.
Minstrel De Lirte-
Reserved Seats - Reserved Seats
ON SALE NOW!
66 qnlrkly relieve. Ooldw, Const!
patlon, Billoummw and Headache.
A Fine Tonic ; 21-S0t
Self-sealer fruit canal that really
eal the fruit In and the air out.
25-2t . WILLIAMS & TAYLOR.
Coal Mine to leaie, West Ky., on
R. R. W. 8. LOWERV, Salem Star
Houte, Marlon, Ky. 25-lt
Prof, and Mri. O. D. Carson city,
are the parent! of another baby
girl, born the 17th. Inat. .
Mr. Charlie Gaddls, of McIIenry,
went to Owenaboro recent. to be
examined by a specialist.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoover, of
Central City, were .the recent week
end guests of relatives here.
Old pre-war prices on Keen Kut
ter Knives. A new shipment Just In
at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S.
Misses Addle u.tddis and Mary
Leo Tanner, of Wcilenry, are the
guests of Mrs. -Jimore Ashley and
Mr. Ashley, city.
Misses Mary and Ethel Barn a: d,
of Island, arrived here Wednesday
for a several days visit with rela
tives and friends.
Mrs. W. C. Blankensbip is in
Dawson Springs, where she will
spend a week or two tor the bene
fit of her health.
Mr. and. Mrs. Guy Rminry and
lilt a' son, Billy, wtr. the guests of
relatives in the Select neighborhood
Wednesday and Tiursdiy.
Miss Helen WesterdeU, city
spent Tuesday night and Wednes
day with Mr. and Mrs. Iionimic Hel
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wimsatt, of
Sunnydale, were the recent guests
of tbelr daughter, Mrs. A. R. Rial,
and Mr. Rial city.
MibS Gertie Mae Blacklock, of the
Barrett's Ferry vicinity, has been
visiting friends in and near Hart
ford since last Wednesday.
Miss Nina Clark, who for the
past several, months has made her
home in this city, left Wednesday
for Rockport, where ebe will re
Mr. C. N. Baird, who tor the
past several months has bad em
ployment in Central City, has mov
ed his wife and children to that
Mrs. V. E. Ellis, city, and Miss
Hettie Riley, Owensboro, left here
last Wednesday for Martinsville,
Ind., where they will spend two
Mr. and Mrs. William Moy, after
spending ' the past month with
friends and relatives In Ohio Coun
ty, have Returned to their home in
FOR SALE Mare 8 years old,
16 hands. Good Saddle and Breed
er. Or will trade for Ford Car and
pay difference. Cheter M. Wade,
25-tf Hartford, Ky.
Mrs. Hinton Leach has been vis-
lsing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Caskey Bennett, in Central City,
since last Friday. Mr. Leach visit
ed there Saturday night and Sunday.
FARM WANTED Wanted to
hear from owner of farm tor sale,
for Fall delivery. .Give lowest price.
L. JONES. Box 204, Olney, III. '
MORE FORDS There were 744
cars registered in this county, up
until June 1st., 1922. Of this num
ber 551 wf re Fords. Plate -your
order for a Ford car now. ,
BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. 25-2t
Mr. E. G. Barrass, city, went to
Louisville last Tuesday, to repre
sent the ' Ohio County Republicaa
organization In meeting held on
that date. He returned Wednes
Mr. Earl Maxwell Heavrln, of
Hawesvllle, spent from Monday un
til Thursday in this city, the guest
of his brother, Mr, Cecil Heavrln,
and bis uncle and aunt,' Mr. and
Mrs. M. L. Heavrln. -
Mrs. P. O. McKlnney and ton,
Oliver James, of Oakmont, Pa., ar
rived at Reek port, last Wednesday,
to .spend tbe summer with her
mother, Mrs. Nettle M. Reld, and
other Objo County relatives.
Great Fourth of July
BEAVER DAM, KY.,
Offers you a chance to see one of the best pictures
Jtic Sensation of the Griffith
Repertory Season in Newark Gty
f THE. GftJUL-
SPECTACULAR ROMANCE II IMS!
Resented by a Company ixcludiKj I
Constance Vhlmadge.Seena Owen I DC ACYC
Ttll.t Mnrvhrtll Altnn foihcme GmmA UtrWI W
rmveat, niiarea iams uicpurn
. timo unmincmdjxMrSi
Said to be the Greatest Picture Madefy the world's greatest
master of picture making, D. W. Griffith, who produced
"Intolerance." "Birth of a Nation," "Hearts of the
World,'" "Broken Blossoms and others.
There is hardly a man, woman or child who haa not read or listened to this
historical event with the most intense interest, scarcely thinking it potable that
they would ever be able to see it on the screen, The tale is cf a forgone dsy,
but through the powerful fury of barbario warefare, the bewildering BuperEtition
and political intrigue, runs a brilliant thread cf story, made up of love and
romance, of the hate and passion of human nature as we know and understand
it to day. It is the love story of all time, brought out by Mr. Griifith as the
love of a little mountain girl for Prince lielBhazzar, and of Kelshazzar's leve for
his Princess beloved,
"The Fall of Babylou" aB a spectacle is one of the moet tremendous evr
conceived, It stirs the imagination, attacks the emotions and stagers the eye.
The brushing aside of forts and battles fought on walls 300
The hand-to-hand encounters and ferocious struggles.
Believing that everyoue will appreciate this opportunity to fee this big produc
tion. The Ideal Theatar, regardless of cost, is gcing to put this on at the regular
price, only 20 cents to every one. Dou't say after it's too lato and you hear
others talking about this gorgeous and spectacular pioduction, "I am sorry I
didn't see it" BE THERE!
There will be two shows First one 7:30; second, 0:00.
Mrs. Sarah Jane Welch, Mrs.
John Leach and children, Janette,
James Edwin and John Robert, of
Poplar Bluff, Mo., have arrived In
this city to be the guests of Mrs.
Welch's daughter, and Mrs. Leach s
sister, Mrs.-J. D. Holbroolt, for the
next few weeks.
OHIO COUNTY FAIR AND AG
RICULTURAL EXPOSITION will
be held September 14, 15 and 16,
122. Prepare your exhibits. Lets
have the biggest fair ever held at
PR. L. B, BEAN, President,
14-tf Hartford, Ky.
Mrs. J. ' W. O'Bannon, of Law-
renceburg, Tenn., arrived In the
county Friday to spend the remain
der of this month with her slater,
Mrs. R. B. Duke and Mr. Duke,
city, and her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
n W Stewart, of CromwelL Mr.
O'Bannon Joined ber for a few days
Mr. H. C. Williams and MIfs
Ruth Riley, of Owenuboro, were
gueHts of Miss Riley's sister, Mrs.
W. E. Ellis, and Mr. Ellis, city, re
Did you ever . cubs " tho cow
when she swats you in the tuco when
you were milking? Dou't do it any
more. You can chase tbe Hies with
Fratts' Fly Cbaser. Sold at WIL
LIAMS ft TAYLOR'S. 25-21
Mrs. James Pritchard and child
ren, of LouIuvlUe, arrived In this
city last Tuesday to spend two or
three weeks with- Mrs, Pritchard's
parents. Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Bennett.
Mr. John C. Thomson, of Madi
sonville, was In Hartford a day or
two last week. Mr. Thomson work
ed on the Herald forty years ago
and while In town renewed quite a
few acquaintances made' la tbe
Mrs. Wesley Coppage, Mr. and
Mrs. Cheist'r Sapp and daughter,.
Mr. and Mrs. JeHse Lloyd and two
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Charley..
Wells and daughter, of Owensboro, .
were guests of Mrs. Coppage's sis--ter-in-law,
Mrs. R. R. Wedding, and :
Judge Wedding, Sunday. Mesdanies
Sapp, Lloyd and Wells- are nieces ot .
Mrs. Wedding. .
2 Surries, one cut un
2 Phaetons, one al
1 new Pony Trap, two
seated. 3 Top Buggies, all Irv
2 new Buggy Poles.
E. E, BIRKHEAD.N