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Our Mill-End Sale is attracting large
- crowds of eager buyers who are taking
advantage of our unusually low prices
Most every day adds new, fresh, clean
merchandise to our list of Special Values.
Remember, a general reduction in all our
departments prevails, while thousands of
yards of 'Mill-Ends in Ginghams, Percales,
Sheeting, Bleach and ' Brown Domestic,
Crash, Organdies, Voiles, Pongee, etc.,
were bought for this special sale.
- Remember, school begins this month;
" thesp short lencrths make ideal dresses and
waists tor the girls and boys.
It will be wisdom on your part to see
this wonderful assortment of special values,
and then, better still, for you to lay in a
liberal supply. Sale continues throughout
the month. Don't let this opportunity slip.
"Mr. J. L, Pat'.on, of Ralph, was an
Appreciated caller, Tuesday.
Mr, Jeff Barnett and danghter,
Miss Maud, of Reynolds, "were pleas
ant. eallers at this office, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Foreman
and family, of Reynolds, have been
the guests of Mr. Foreman's brother,
Mr. Willie Foreman, and family, of
Barrett'a Ferry during the pant few
' Miss Mary Jarnagln, of Crom
well (pent Thursday night with
Mr, and Mra. R. B. Martin, city. j
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Dr. A. B. Riley announce lie Is
ntonrort tn fomf VM AtlH lit 1aRP. 1
In hi office over Ohio Co. Dru Co,
Mr, Paul Her, of Rockport, left
Monday for Macon, Ga., where he
will enter the C. A. Struby School
of Pharmacy for a three monthj'
ROCKPORT boast of ihe beat
team in the countyT
see' this game.' "
Don't fall to
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O iiOCAIi DASHES ' ; - O
f A movement ha been started here
Mr. Grant MidkUT, of Herbert' t0 organ,ze -M Ea8tern SUf chap
community, loat a good now re- ter .. Are you interested?
Mrs. Mollifi Herring:, of Beaver
Dr. Augustus B. Eiley was in Ow- Dam na8 returned from a visit with
ensboro on-business Wednesday and relatives at Pleasant Ridge.
I.Thursday. .-. I .
-i .j. I Mr. Isaac. Foster, who is engaged
Mr. Ira Allen, of Chicago, spent in architectural work in Central
City,, spent, the week-end with his
few days with his family near Hart
Miss Emllle Bell, of Buford, left
, 8 Jnday for Lewisburg, Ky., whera
the will teach this year. .
Mr. Walter Norringten, of Hont
iffburg, Indiana,, spent the Fourth
with friends In this city.
Miss Enna Carter, of Chicago, 111.,
ia the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Carter, Hartford R. F. D.
No. 1. .
TEAM wants games anywhere in the
county. Communicate with JOHN
T. KINO, Hartford.
Don't fall to see Hartford's Home
Run Hitter, Sunday. The best line
up Hartford ever had. ' Game starts
S p. m. ' v
On ac.connt of increased expenses
the admission to the game, Sunday,
will be J Be. You'll get your money's
worth, COME. -
Mrs. Fon Rogers and daughters
Lottie Mao and Ida B., of Lexington,
are visiting Mrs. Rogers' sinter at
. BALL the New Commercial Hotel.
.Mr. J. ,R. Addlngton and little
granddaughter. Myrtle West, of
Centertown, were pleasant visitors
at his office, Monday. , A
Miss Beulah Taylor, who is at
tending the summer normal here.
spent the week-end with her mother,
of Beaver Dam, R. F. D. No. 4.
, Miss Erma Carter, of Chicago,
who ia visiting her parents near
Concord, was the guest of Miss Ken-
Little Miss" Mary Louise Helton, of ned Collins, of this city, Saturday,
. Mr. McDowell A. Fogle was. the
guest of his sister, Mrs.' Thomas B.
Petrie and Mr. Petrle, of Indiana
polis, Ind., from Wednesday until
Mr. amd Mrs. Charles H. Tlchenor,
daughter Miss Elolse, and son, Staf
ford, Of Glasgow, Ky,, were recent
gusts of Mrs. Tlchenor's father,
Judgo J. D. Holbrook, and Mrs. Hol
I ho'd a certificate from the State
Board. of Health to test eyes and fit
glasses anil will guarantee my work
to please you.
J. B. TAPPAN, Optometrist,
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Taylor, of
Johnson City, Ttnn., are guests of
Mr. Taylor's fa. tier, Mr. Herschel
Taylor and other relatives near
The county board of education
will meet next Monday .in call ses
sion to complete the work of. elect
ing teachers for the fall term of the
The ladles of Liberty church will
give an ice cream supper1 next Sat
urday night on the church grounds.
Meet your friends there and spend
a pleasant evening,
Mr. "Edward Likens, of Washing
ton, D. C, who has been the guest
of relatives h ere . for several days,
spent Saturday night and Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. Jtese Bennett, of
Sunnydale, were in this city on busi
ness, Monday. Mrs. Bennett was a
pleasant culler at the Herald office
while in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Walker, of
Fordsvllle, are the delighted par
ents of an eight and half pound boy,
born July 4th. He has been chris
tened Charles Hart.
Misses Mary Marjorie and Eva
JeaU Crowder, of Central City, spent
Ue week-end with their grandmoth
er, Mrs. Charlotte Brcwa, at the New
Mrs". J. P. Casebler and son, J. C,
have -returned from a week-end
visit with her parents at Pleasant
Ridge and also a short visit with
relatives In Owensboro.
Mr. F., C. Bemaett, of Hartford,
R. F. D. No. 3, was a pleasant call
er. Monday. Mr. Bennett bas been
taking chiropractic treatment in
Owensboro for sonie time.
Judge W, H. Barnes and son, J
Glenn, will leave Saturday for art
extensive motor tour through the
North, visiting Indianapolis, Pitts
burgh and Washington en route.
Mr. Arnold Likens, of this city,
left Monday afternoon for Macon,
Georgia, -where be will take a three
months' course in pharmacy at the
C. A. Struby School of Pharmacy..
Mrs. J. C. Westerfleld, Hartford
Route 6, Mrs. Rommle Helton, and
little son, Ermel, of Sunnydale, were
guests of Judge and Mrs. J. D. Hol
brook, city, Wednesday.
Miss Cora Hagerman bas returned
to ber home in this city after spend
ing a month as the. guest of her
brother, Mr. J. Leslie Hagermau,
and Mrs. Hagerrcan, in Louisville.
Sunnydale, spent Tuesday and Wed
nesday with her little cousin, Ruby
Gordon WeaferfleUl, city.
Mr. and Mrs. Hlnton Leach, city,
Mr. Chester Leach, city, who un
derwent an operation in a Kansas
City hospital, some time ago, and has
since been under treatment there, is
Mr. Martin 8cbapmlr.e, who was
pilntully injured by accidentally
sticking an ice hook in bis thigh on
Tuesday of last week, while dellv
Arlnff Ire for the Ellis Ice Co.. is
able to be on the wagon again.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cook, of Hen
derson, have taken rooms- In the
residence of Mrs. Minnie Wedding,
on North Clay Street. Mr. Cook has
been assigned as assistant operator
at the local L. A N. depot.
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Edwin
Wilson and children, Floyd and
Helen, returned to their home in
Matoon, 111., Wednesday after a visit
with Mr. Wilson's sister, Mrs. Owen
Brown, and Mr.- Brown, of this city.
. Mr. Charles R. Ashby, of Norton-
vllle, who was assigned as operator
at the local depot during the absence
of Mrs. Berta Pedigo, bas recently
been assigned to work at the Moor
man depot, Mrs. Pedigo is now as
signed at Sebree, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lloyd' and lit
tie daughter, of Shelby, Ohio, arrived
the first of the week to spend about
two weeVs as guests- of Mr. Lloyd's
father, Mr. T. L. Lloyd, and Mrs.
Lloyd, of near Narrows, and Mrs.
Lloyd's father, Mr. J. W. Daniel, of
Olaton, R. F. D. No. 1.
The Ohio County Pension Board
has been reorganized and Is now
composed of Dr. E. B. Pendleton, of
this city, Dr. J. A. Duff, of Dundee,
and Dr. Oscar Alien, of Cromwell
At a recent meeting at the office of
Dr. Pendleton, Dr. Duff was elected
president. Dr. Pendleton socretury
and Dr. Allen treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Hagerman
have returned to their home in Lou
isvllle, after spending a few days
with the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J: Y. Hagerman, of Har'.ford,
and the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Htyvey, Bennett, of near Cen
tertown. Mrs. Bennett accompan
ied them to Louisville, returning
Self Sealing Mason Jars keep the
fruit. No mold; no loss.
Pints (Hold more than ordinary
pints) per doz $1.00
Quarts, per doz $1.15
Tops (with rubbers) per doz. . . ,30c
Come in and let us show them to
you. We'll save you money. They'll
tiave your fruit.
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR.
Among those from this city who
spent the Fourth at Sulphur Springs
were Mr. and Mis. Roy Barnhlll, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Tappan, Mr. and Mrs.
L. T. Riley, . Misses Lelia Glenn,
Thelma Bennett, Anna Rhea Carson,
Martha Pate, Mildred Stevenson and
Margaret Williamson, and Messrs.
James Glenn, Robert Sydney Walk
er, Edward Duke, Virgil Crowe,
Raymond Felix, Curtis Maples and
spent the Fourth la Central City, the reported as doing well. It Is not
guests of Mrs, Leach's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Caikey Bennett.
Hugh Edward, the threo-day-old
child of Mr. and Mrs. Golden Shown,
of near this city, died July 1st. The
body was Interred in Beda.
known definitely as to when he will
C Mhis Virginia Lauterwasser, re
turned home Sunday from Rockport
- where she bad been 1 visiting Miss
Anhetta Mae Reld, since last Tuesday.
Little Miss Mary Virginia Elgin.
R. F. D. No. I, Montgomery, Ala.,
who has been the guest of her grand
narents. Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Elgin,
I of Adatrville, Ky., for several days.
Is spending the week with ber
grandfather, Mr. Cal P. Keown.
x Mr. J. L. Stllee, und little daugh
ter, Dorcas, of -East St. Louis, 111.,
were guests of Mr. Bailee's mother-in-law,
Mrs. R.' R. Wedding, and
Judge Wedding, from Sunday until
Tuesday. v- .
Mr. J. A. Caldwell, of near Gosh
en, cantured a carrier pigeon in his
horse lot, early Wednesday morning.
wearing a band or ring on each log,
one of which bears the inscription.
"Notify C. J. Orlng, Dallastown
Pennsylvania." ' Mr. Caldwell wrote
n this address and bas received a re
ply stating that 16 pigeons were
turned loose in New Orleaus, June
8. and that it was expected that
they would return to Pennsylvania.
This one had evidently become lost.
"The Old Swimming Hok" i
will be at
BEAVER DAM, KY.
Thursday, July 13th,
Thi.i in a picture iliat will pml to all. ,ire
and worry will bo forgotten when Ray turns, hack
the prtaea of life a n 1 I'tecnim 1lio"r tie-foot" f'"v,.
See him at the big country piuiiio wliere lie wearjs
"brogins'Uhat hurt hia feet." When ho trintp
recite before his clan, and tlx1 whie inoiit-'e in hifs
blouse giten him Koine anxiona n'omuilH. Wlit-n-he
tries to bIiow the other boys he :an Hinoke : in
"backer," and the climax where he hs to fijjht
like a 'eon-of a-gun," Take our advice, you'U
Saturday, July 15th
"DARING" TOM MIX
In that western you've been wniitiug,
"For Big Stakes''
You have seen every picture Mix has irarie ou
our screen. This is his latest and nios-t stirring
western see it new, . y
High Spots are when "CLEAN UP" Suddeij
(Tom Mix) and his clever hrse break ,up house
keeping for a bunch of bandits; hit , race on his
hor&e with a prairie fire; when he stands ff, mm.
gle handed, 20 men and throws a crooked sheriff
inta his own Jail. Action? Yon sanldt.
Monday, July 1 7th.
(The keenest star on the screen)
In that Bwift moving comedy,
"Good Night Paur
Vot those of you who like a good .picture, f nil
of clean, wholesome and mirthful comedy, it's
bird the kind of picture Miss Talmadere is' best
suited for. Critics and MissTalmadge both agree
this ia the best picture she has made. ShL II !r
Feeling Blue? Note Time and Plac.
Miss, Irene Lee and brother, Mas
ter Virgil Lee, of this city, left Sat
urday to be the guests of their
grandmother, Mrsw Eliks Lee, . aud
other relatives on Olaton, R. F. D,
'no. 1. .
The Ladles' Aid of No Creek
Church will give an Ice cream sup-
V?er on the No Creek Church grouudi,
Saturday, July i&tb., beginning at
:39. The proceeds will go for the
benefit of the church".
Mr. a"tid Mrs. Charles L." Tayolr
and little son, Charles Leland, Jr.,
of Danville. Ky., have-' been the
guests of Mr. Taylor's father, Mr.
Herschel Taylor, and other relatives
at Prentiss during the past week.
Young Mr Taylor Is Farm Agent of
novle County and is malng an envl-
able reputation. - . N
j Misses Mabel, Pauline and Myr
.tla Ashley accompanied by Messrs.
Clarence Waters and Curtis Beg
gaft, motored over from Evantvllle
and spent the Fourth with the par
: ents of the Misses Ashley, Mr. and
Mrs Elmore Ashley, of near this
Prof. W. S. Taylor, Assistant Di
rector of the Teachers' Bureau, of
the .Pennsylvania Department of
Public Instruction, located at Hur-
risbnrK. the state capital, was in
i Ohio County visiting relatives from
the 1st. to the 5th, Inst, inclusive
I He ipunt Saturdny night with his
, grandfather, Mrf W, B. Render, and
family, of this city. From here,
Prof. Taylor went to Prentiss, where
he was the guest of his father, Mr.
Herchel Tuylor and family until
Wednenday afternoon, when he left
for Pennsylvania. Prof. Taylor is
I very popular here, where be attend
ed school several years ago. lie is a
! gradual of Hartford College, Ken
tucky State university ana tne uni
versity of Wisconsin. He Is making
rapid advancement In bis chosen
Aul J f aHii.t.tl.m .nil fa ann nf
whom Ohio County is Justly proud.
Sunday, July 16, 1 922
ROCKPORT VS. HARTFORD
Rockport has been taking all comer.
Hartford will have the best line -up of
the'season. Come out and see the fast
est game to date.
Game called at 3:00 p. m.
Saturday, July 15, 1922
Promptly at 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock.
No Sooner! No Later!
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, HatSj&c
These are Shoit Lengths, Odds und Kiids from our
legular stock. The thing may bo cHered that will
juBt suit you. The highest bidder will get- oinh and
every piece offered, When we cell goods in the etore
we have only ONK THICK Now you caii have thec
al YOUK OWN PHICR Store will be oloetd dmrlu
Auction at Back Door, '
POSITIVELY nothing will be wra jed, taken back,
or exchanged. Re sure you are right.
J. T. VINSON & SON I
Beaver Dam, Ky.
HORACE TAYLOll, Auctioneer,