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Tf J2 HARTFOSO MW.C
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOj MIbs Mary Devnr, of near this
0 LOCAL DASHES O cltr. wa 4 pleasant caller Tuesday.
- I Don't forget the Ohio County
Don't fall to see Owensboro at' singing Convention at the Fair
Hertford, Saturday. I Grounds Tuesday, July 4.
Hast man Kodaks and Films at J.
U. TAPPAN. Hartford, Ky.
' The beat yet Owensboro vs.
Hirtford at Hartford, Saturday.
Miss Kathryn Williams spent the
wek-end with Miss Bonnie Soah,
Rev. R. B. Fuqua filled his regu
lar appointment at Rockporf Bap
tist Church Saturday night and Bun
day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. Melvln Browning, of near
town, Is recovering from an attack
Hiss Nellie Boeder, of near this
e.'ty, was a very pleasant visitor at
.'this office, Tuesday.
Mrs. W. T. Widlck, of Earling
ton, is vinitlng her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. Forman, this week. Mrs.
Forma n lius been quite sick for sev
eral days but ia much better.
Mr. Marshal Barnes, of Beaver
Dam, was a welcome visitor at this
office Monday afternoon.
Miss Margaret Williamson, of
Centertown, was the guest of friends
here' for a few hours Friday.
Mrs. Chester Wilson and Infant
daughter, Francis, of near Crora
welt, are upending the week with
Mrs. Wilson's parents Mr. and Mrs.
R. B. Martin, of this city.
An Immense crowd is expected at
the Ohio County Singing Convention
at the Fair Grounds in Hartford
July 4th. Come, bring your lunch
and enjoy the day In the proper way.
Mr. C. M. Williams, of Delray,
;Fla., spent Monday night with Mr.
R. H. Gillespie and family.
Miss Lillie Ward Is dangerously
fill at the home of her parents, Mr.
r.d Mrs C. V. Ward, near Beda.
Mesilnmes M. L. Heavrln, Henry
.'feach and S. : O. Keown were In
Owensboro shopping, Thursday.
Mr. ind Mr. J. C. Bennett, of
Central City, were tins recent week
end guests of relatives In this city.
Miss Ethel Grey, of Taylor Mines,
spent the week-end with Miss Dora
Hudson of the Goshen neighbor
Miss Ruth Stalsworth, of Hart
fford, spent last week with Miss Do
.ra Hudson, of Goshen neighborhood.
Mrs.. Anna Bennett, little son.
Charles Ross, and Mr. Oleen Bar-
ti"3, luJlorc to Owensboro last
Mr. Alvin Ross, of Centertown,
was an appreciated caller while In
town Tuesday, attending the Bap-
tint Mission Board meeting.
Owensboro has some Kitty
League-ball-' players. Hartford Will
have the- best available. Don't for-
get the date Saturday, July 1st.
Mrs. Ezra Gorman and son Hay
den, of Tulsa, Oklti. are the guests
. of her brother, Mr. Hiram Miller,
' and family, near Beaver Dam.
Mr. Stephen Grigsby, of the Ow
ensboro fire department, spent
Tuesday with hi parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Grigsby, of this
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Duke, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Russell Pirtle and Mrs.
Vernon P. Ligon motored over to
Owensboro Monday and spent the
day with relatives.
Mr. C. M. Williams, a native of
this county but who has been a
resident of Dray, Fla., for several
years. Is visiting relatives In the
Kev. T. T. Frazler, the pastor,
. conducted two w.'ll-attended and
Inspiring ae'vlces nt Goshen Meth
odiat Church Sunday, one at 11 a.
im. and the other at 4 p. m.
I ho!d a certificate from tho State
BoarJ of Health to test eyes and fit
glasses and will guarantee my work
to please you.
J. B. TAPPAN. Optometrist,
Rev. Russell Walker ailed his
regular appointment at the local
Baptist Church Sunday, morning
and evening Fair-sized congregat
ions were favored with helpful
Mrs. Sudie B. Travis, of Engle
wood, Col., Is spending the week
with her brother-in-law, Mr. 8. T.
Barnett, and Mrs. Barnett. She will
leave, Suuday, tor Llvermore to
elslt relatives. ,
Miss Norma Ross, who has been
attending Western Kentucky State
Normal School at Bowling Green,
the past two terms, has returned to
her borne near Centertown. She
"has completed the Intermediate
v Course there entitling her to (our
yeas state certificate. She will teach
tjia Rough' RJrer school next fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Rollie D. Forman,
and little son, Fayburn B.,
of Oak Grove neighborhood, were
guests of Mr. Forman's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Forman, Saturday
Unknown parties broke Into the
Rook port, Friday night and stole
garage of Mr. Robert Raines nt
bis spare casing and rim and also
the casing and Inner tube off of one
Among the recent enjoyable so
clal functions of the younger et
was a lawn tennis party given by
Mrs. Hinton Leach In honor of her
guest, Miss Marie Her, of Owens
Master Levi Wilson, son of Judge
and Mrs. John B. Wilson, is im
proving after quite a siege of an in
fection of one of his legs, which
thrcateed to develop into blood
Mr. and Mrs. Will Sosh and
children, Nelson and Laurel, motor
ed over from Calboun Sunday and
kpont the day with the former's
father, Mr. Step Sosh, and Mrs.
Mr. John H. Taylor, who is n
Federal Student at the Western
Kentucky State Normal was the
week-end guest of his father, Mr.
Henry Taylor, and his sister, Mrs.
Howard Ellis, and Mr. Ellis.
Ohio County Group Evangelist,
Wm. Savage, of Hopklnsvllle, filled
his regular appointments at the
Christian Church here, Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7:45 p. m., delivering
forceful messages at each service.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Taylor, of
IiOuisvillu, will arrive Sunday to
remain over the Fourth as the
guests of Mr. Taylor's mother, Mrs.
Elizabeth Taylor, his sisters, Miss
Eva Taylor and Mrs. W. M. Fair,
and Mr. Fair.
Mrs. Liua Miller and Mrs. Hiram
Miller and little son, John Hiram,
of Beaver Dam, and Mrs. Ezra Gor
man, Tulsa, Okla., spent Monday
afternoon as the guests of Mrs.
Bettie Taylor and other relatives
in this city.
Mrs. R. H. Gillespie returned to
her home here, Sunday, after spend
ing a week with her sister, Mrs.
Nettle M. Reid, of Rockport. She
was accompanied home by Misses
Annetta Mae and Virginia Marie
Rev. O. M. Shults, of Princeton,
was in town a day or two recently
In the interest of the effort of his
town to secure the location of the
new State Normal School for West
ern Kentucky. While here he vis
ited his mother and brother near
Sydney Wells, who .several
months ago was arrested for break
ing Into the store of F. Renfrow &
Co., In Narrows and leallug an auto
In Owensboro, and who later es
caped from the Davoss County Jail,
was apprehended in Central City
lust week and returned to the Ow
Miss Margaret Woll, of Hawes
Fleld Secretary of the American
Red Cross for Western Kentucky,
was in this .city Thursday In the
interest of her work. She spent the
nlght with ber cousin, Mrs. John B.
, Wilson, and Judge Wilson. She
paid this office an appreciated visit.
Hartford Herald, ll.M tM fHt
Today's, Store News directs atten
tion to our Big LOOM-END SALE
now going on. The broad'scope of
this event makes worth-while sav
ings possible in every department
of this big store. Order by mail if
if you can't come in person. .
High-Grade Hand Bags
5.00 to 7.50 values for 3.98 ' , ' " '
A fortunr.te pick-up by our buyer of 160 Women's
tne hlgt grade nil-leather Hand Bags, Leather of Pin
Seal Crepe Grain, Walrus and Spider Calf, In nil the
new shapes; colors, black, blue, tan, grey and brown,
guaranteed $5.00, $8.00, $6.60 and 17.60 qualities;
Loom End Sale Special
Jap Matting Rugs
Asia size, 4.05
Six patterns of 9x12 Jap Matting Rugs, In green, tan,
red and purple, regular $6.00 value, Loom End Sale
Genuine All Linen Dresses, in white, eopen, rose, Jade
and orchid, made in two pretty straight line models, -sizos
IS to 40; Loom-End Sale price
Imported Grass Rugs
Ox 12 size, 4.05
Extra Special! Six patterns of beautiful Grass Rugs,
in blue, tan and green, regular $6.50 values, Loom-End
Sale price ,
Wash Goods, per yd. 25c.
Greater values you have never found than those pre
sented to yon on this table Odds and Ends of the Sea
son's best selling numbers of Wash Goods, consisting' of
Voiles, Organdies, Batistes, Suitings, ets., formerly sold
39c, 50c and 75c; Loom-End Sale price, per yard
Heavy All-Wool ' Top Brussels Rugs, size 9x12 in
beautiful oriental patterns, regular $27.50 value, Loom
End Sale price
Children's Organdy Eresses
60 fine Colored Organdy Dresses, beautiful styles,
marvelous values, sizes 6 to 14, for the Loom-End
S. W. ANDERSON CO.
OWENSBORO, Where Courtesy Reigns, KENTUCKY
PATRIOTIC SERVICE AT
THE METHODIST CHURCH
Next Sunday being near the fourth
of July, there will be held patrio
tic service in the Methodist 'Church
at 11 a. m. Reserved seats for all
ex-service men both old and young.
The church will be decorated with
American Flags and colors In keep
ing wlthi the occasion. Good music
by the orchestra and choir, patriotic
songs. Everyone who baa a, flag
thut they will loan us for the occa
sion may be sure it will be appre
ciated, and will you please kindly
phone the pastor before Friday
morning. Everyone is cordially in
vited to come and worship v with us
and make this a great service not
only la honor of our country;' but
In honor to our Christ as well.
T. T. FRAZIER, Pastor.
rbe Hartford Hflrald, f 1JH) the JM
June 26. Farmers are progress
nicely with their crops. Corn in
this section Is growing nicely.
Meadows are ready to harvest. .
Mr. Noel Brown made a lying
trip over to Bowling Green, accom
panied by Mr. Roscoe Massey, after
his brother, Mr. Elvis Brown, and
Mr. Martin Ashby, who have been
attending the State Normal.
Mrs. Nat Lludle. of Point Pleas
ant,' attended the Eastern Star en
tertainment at Centertown, last
Mrs. C. M. Swain and little
daughter, Willie Pearl, of Center
town, Mrs. Charlotte Tlchenor, Mrs.
Condlt and children, Mrs. H.
B. Martin and daughter, Anna Belle,
were guests of Mrs. Roscoe Massey,
last Sunday' evening.
Prof. Otis Wallce will teach our
school this fall.
On Thursday, June 15th., Miss
Kathleen Tlchenor, the accomplish
ed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Tichenor, and Mr. Clyde Park, of
Clear Run, motored over to Rock
port, Ind., and were united in mar
riage. Their many friends wish
them success and happiness. Mrs.
Park will teach school this year.
Edwin Paul and Frank .Martin
were guests of their brother, Ernest
Martin, at Bishop's Mines, last Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tlchenor with
their children, and families and
guests motored over to the locks on
Rouqh River, Sunday. All. reported
a nice outing. .. , "
Don't forget to register on ' the
10th., or 11th. of July, and last of
all don't forget to vote.
June 24. Crops are looking One
In this community and farmers are
very busy. '
Mrs. C. E. Crowder and daughter,
Miss Alma, who have been visiting
relatives in Caneyville, have return
ed home. ' ,
Mrs. Ralph and Mrs. Bennle Bos
well and little daughter, Catherine,
are visiting at Sulphur Springs this
Mr. and Mrs. Charle Day and lit
tle son, Carmon Codsey, visited Mrs.
Day's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kit
Mrs. Johnnie Sutton and two
children and Mrs. Delia Sutton and
baby, Opal Lee, of Woodbine, Whitley
County, who have been visiting rel-'
ativea In - this community, were
guests of Mr. Kit Austin's famUy.
Friday and Saturday. They return
ed home, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilson are
the proud parents of a line baby boy,
who arrived the 19th. He will bear
tho name Ernie C.
Miss Beulah Baise, of Caneyville,
and Miss Lena Wallace, of Crom
well, are the guests of Kiss Alma,