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HRT THERE BRAVER DAM!
Mr. M. T. Likens, It In Louisville
on builneit this wek.
HARTKOUH HERALD I'l'B.
Braver Dam li
CO. tuccen;' at a town
It It a winner,
' M t-DOWEMj A. FOOUK,
Prwililont and Editor '
I-YMAX G. BARRETT,
rf'f.'Tn,., and Managing Editor
Entered according to law -at tht
Pnstofflce, Hartford, Ky at mall
matter of the aecond class.
Mrt, W. C. Blankenthlp hat
and It It justly proud of Hi torn and turned from Dawson Springs.
daughters. It It In a race now where.
f- I. - m ti - J ..- ' Tk. UtTrn lo lot to ttafootori
me jRureis 01 ua mTuriic uiiugiiicr, .
are at stake. Look sharp Bearer the Old Hillside team from Louis
Dam.' F:rst place It your goal.. Will ' vllle twice last week-end. t
your candidate bring the $1000 Se-
Put - Commonwealth t Attorney Olorer
over H Cary, of Calhoun, was in Haw-
dan home Saturday Night?
your Herald Auto Candidate
the top, (Your tubscrlptlon
create the winner.)
may ford on .legal business yesterday.
ONE YEA It $1.50
FIX MONTHS . . 0
THKEE MONTHS . . v 4 turned to his hpme In Harrlsburg. ball gnma at Mcllenry Monday
MNXLK COPY 05 I'l attar vUlftn Ma sinter. Mrt. I
'Mr: Arils W. Maddox, hat re-
Quite a number from Hartford at
tended the Labor Day picnic and
Sulmrriptioiis requiring paper to Celeste
be sent beyond the third roslal
Zone will no: be accepted for lest
than One Year at CI. 7.
Lal Ailvcrtlslng, 10c per line for
'lie, first Insert ion and 8c per line
fur'rurli Insertion thereafter.
R.i'm for Displav Advertising made
known on application.
A'.l iiolitl.'ul mlvertudng, cash in ad-van.'".
B. White and brother, Mr.
Maddox, M cHenry.
Fanners Mutual 73
Cn'i.rMM land Long Distance
Cards of Thanks, Resolutions of
Roepect, Ohituariea and Obituary
Pof-try. 1 cent per word. Headlines
s:.d signatures 6 cents each.
Sotlwa of Cliurcli Services Free
" WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 6, 1922
Miss Florence Nelson, who has
been spending her vacation with her
Barents, near Henderson, returned to
Mrs. M. L. Heavrln, Mrs. E. E. ! Hartford Sunday, to resume her pos- f
Blrkhead and little daughter, Irene ition as teacher In the Hartford High fi
cox, anil Mrs. a. a. wunams, anu school.
little daughter, Mildred Elizabeth,
Mr. and Mrs. Llndley Taylor and
daughter, Miss Alice Mae, of Mason
vilie, Messrs. John Taylor, Bowling
Green and Coakley Taylor, Smith
land, were guests recently of Mr. and
city, were in Owensboro Thursday.
Miss Maymee Belle Chamberlain
returned to her home in Owensboro,
after spending several weeks as the
KiicHt of her grandparents, Mr. and jirs. Howard EUIs, city.
Mrs. Peter Shown, of near town.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Reld and
little daughter, Martha, and Mrs.
Cozle M. Duptiy, of Rockport, were
gtu sts of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gilles
pie, and family, Sunday afternoon.
Mr a. Hinton Leach, city, and
Misses Marie Her and Luclle MI11I
gan, of Owensboro, spent a few days
last week wish Mrs. Leach's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Caskey Bennett, of
Central City. , ' '
J'liKNTISS IX RACE
1 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gillespie and Mr. E P. Forman will leave Frl-
children, James C, W. H. and Mar- ,ay for Ashley, III., where he will
Trcntiss, your candidates are fUS Rhea, returned home yesterday join his daughter, Mrs. Randall
m?.V.'i:g a splendid race in the Her- nfter spending a few days in Owens- Watterson, and assist in moving Mr.
'nM Contest. They should- have your fooro with relatives and attending and Mrs. Watterson's household
Fiipport aj they have carried the the. fair.
P' ti. ti-3 Banner to the front In ' ,
splendid style. Stand behind them; Coun(y pair
liie.i. (Your subscription may tup-( gp 14.H-I6, 1922
f.y tne winning votes.)
goods to Steuhenvllle, O., where
Mr. Watterson It employed,
The new rlrigns for Fall and Winter have just been received.
Thu glory of autumn, the scarlet wnich cheers on wintry days.
the rich dark tones so practical for Schoolpre all woven into
the facinating selections we can offer you. '..
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REM EM BER Women wear Gingham 'for home dresses nil the yer,
Children we.tr Gingham for schuol and indoor play all winter long.
A kitchen with checked cnrtaiiiS and table cloth of Gingham looks, cosey and
clean. Gingham napkins dress up the table for luncheon and breakfast.
Nurseries and children's rooms gaily outfitted with Ginghams dispense with
gloom any day and every day. , ' .
A colored apron U useful, but it needn't be homely. Gingham is the answer.
Gingham Underwear for the schoolgirl satisfies her lore of color, her deeire for
s;;methiug different and wears well. .
CARSON & CO.
. Hartford, Ky.
The people of Hartford, and ftll
ment fiaB "left "nothing" undone to of Ohio County are. inrerestea tn nne
make this the greatest ' fair ever Fair at Hartford, Ky., Sept. 14-15-held
in Hartford. Come and spend 16, 1922. It Is the Ohio Couirty
a day pleasantly. 36-2t Fair. The peoples Fair. It takes
the people to make the Fair. Come
Tired? DroD lii at Heg a lor a Mrs. Ed Johnson, or uvermore,
rest. You are Welcome.." 34tf. was the guest of her aister, Miss
1 j Mamie Bennett, city, several dayt
Mr. Tony Johnson, who baa been last week.
36-2t employed in Louisville during the-
summer, hat returned here "and re- Mr. Glenn TInsley, with the
Rayborn and Fayborn McKlnney, entered school. ICreasey Corporation,
Ohio County Fair Is bigger an I
letter than ever before, this year.
Oivi u your co-operation and
Th's make Ohio County Fair the
V-st in the State. - 36-2t
Mr. Wayne Leach, who
eo'.iI his interest in the
L'.aih meat market and grocery bus
iness, will return to their farm In the
Roy Roy country, at an early date.
OH YOU McHENRY!
recently and we1' tBe attendance
sons of Mrs. S. P. McKlnney and
wards of the Kentucky Masonic
McHenry, you usually are a win-1
ner. You are on the map BIO- la
Ohio County with your coal Indus
tries and prosperous people. Your
Louisville clvlc Pride Is wound in the Interests
tHl quickly relieies ("olds, Consti
tution, niliou.siii'ss and Hi'nil.u In s.
A Fine Tonic. 21-20t
.Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H. Heavrfij
ieft Tucsilay .afternoon for Cyntht
ana, wh'.re they will remain until
Sunday, the guests of Mrs. Heavrln's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wal-llr.tiford.
JWi-s Cforsia White, returned l?st
VvVilne sday from an extended vis I:
t.t:i nl.itivcs in Indiana, Illinois
:' Missouri. '
County Clerk Guy ,Raney
Home, Louisville, have returned af- family attended the Sunday session
ter niukiug an extended visit with of the1 annual three-day convention l
their grandpure-nts, Mr. and Mrs. B. or the ' Church of Christ" at Olaton.
F. Flener and other relatives in Ohio
county. i The person who took my ladder
. away from, the Commercial Hotel
' , . . . . . i . i ,. : . .1 p
Mr. Arthur Ford Goodman, of euer orins u oa-n " o uuu
Niw York, arrived Sunday night to
,,..! rhi,in he the, arunst of his Durents. Mr and ioaau tuaiiu, ,
spent the week-end here with hit
and parents, Mr. and Mrt. W. S. TInsley.
FOR SALE: One good farm and
buggy horse, 6 years old. Price
right. JAMES A. TATE, ,
36tf Hartford, Ky.
of your candidatei In the Herald
Auto Contest. McHenry' usually
wins. Your candidate wants Mc
Henry to win the flOOO Sedan next
Saturday night, in the Herald Con
test. (Send in your tubscrlptlon be
fore it Is too late.)
want to be arrested.
36tf ' Hartford, Ky.
We will have a Khipnient of. Over
land Tf.uiing Cars, Friday. Plare
ymir order at once for one of these.
McHENRY MFG. and MACHINE CO.
Mrs. G. A Ralph
James Arthur and Martha Elizabeth. Mis. J. I. Goodman for several days.
returned to their home here last He and his parents will go to Ow-
. ... . . . . T 1 AU 1 n VA .irtalr n wici
we. K, atier a monin s visu iwun i.m 3. Ul . wn. lu .. . .. In Kt Plnilrt Pla . thA lnttor nort nf .l I .. . . ,...
MesdaUien Edward and empioyea as a civu engineer oy in , "u in.n. ..u n j m iuuuuu.
Mr. Johu Allen Wilson, who
Having told our blacksmithlng
Mrt. C. W. Harris and daughter, and general repalrshop to Mr. B. O.
Miss Evadna, who have been the Sandefur, we take this method of
guests of Mrs. Harris sister, Mrs. A. thanking our many friends who
M. Barnett, and Mr. Barhett for sev- have patronized us during the six
jg eral weoks, will leave for their home years of our Btay Mi Beayer Dam
friends anil relatives In Owensboro, his sisters
Whitisvillo arid other points.
ItOCKI'OUT WILL RKSPOXI)
Allen Deane. Mr. Goodman Is an ii:mnit uemrai n. u. ai iuemp...,
exoert linotynist and has been em- Bleilt the week-end here with his
ployed on a number of the, leading Parents, Judge and Mrs. John
Little Miss Sue Nina Lauterwnsser,
returned Wednesday from Owensboro
where she had been the
a iMt, Miss Ina IJlack, for two weeks.
papers of the metropolis.
Uockpcrt will back 'her candi
dates to win. In a race of any kind Dr. and Mrs, J. B. Tappan
( . . ' . . 1. . - . , J U . 1fn. T ni.l.d itl' ... , . . . -
guest of her 1:1 'n:s cmimy inai rnerpribum ..i.i uam,.,, ..v, ...... ter d, several dayt here at training for thit business
..i... i - ..i - .. i i n.AHn i tii.iim.iiiinn mar nuBHav i n . v -
i i: v m uiwtive juuiill liuveriiiK jieur ncic 111 v,wnnwi, . ......
B. Mr. James A. Tate has purchased
Wilson. the restaurant business of his broth-
er, Mr. Joe A. Tate, in this city and
Render and family, of is now In charge. "Jimmy"' is well
both by. disposition and
i your patronage with
BENNETT & CO.
By J. W. BENNETT
Mr. L. M
Louisville, have returned home af- qualified
the guests of Mr. Render's parents, prophesy succeat for him.
(the top and In this friendly tug-of- were accompanied home by Miss Min- Mr anJ Mrg B Render, and
Miss Eva Taylor, who has. been on
a motor tour of the East with ber
sister, Mrs. B. F. Zimmerman, Dr.
Zimmerman and ton, Buerke, of
Louisville, is expected home today.
-Dark r"d cow, dehorned w:,r " w'" not "s unminutut oi tne
t horn showing 'slightly. 'laurels of its favorite daughters. Be
GEORGE FLATT, "P fin'' doing Rockport. Put your
Mcllenrv, Ky. I candidate in the driver's seat of the
. $iniifl S"dun. (Your subscription
Miss Gi'.'.-ye IJennett. after spend- , t'W, decide the winner.)
'i 1er vacation in Hartford with
r ijar nts. Mr. and Mrs. S. E.
:in It. I:as .returned to Decatur,
!.;.. !u r. ; Mime her position.
V'e will have a shipment of Over-
(I Touring Cars, Friday. Plac
ur .:il r at one for one of these.
.HENRY MFG. and MACHINE CO.!
II:iitfoi Herald, $1.50 the year
nle Lou Camp, who returned to her
home at Habit Friday. Miss Canin
has Just recently returned from Berk
lny, Calif., where she attended a six
weeks summer school at the Univer
sity of California. She will he en
gaged in teuching school at Owens
boro, this fall.
Miss Leila. Glenn hat reurned to
Central City to resume her duties
as teacher of English in the High
School after spending . her vacation
here with her parents, Judge and
Mrs.' J. S. Glenn.
ohce to I axpayers
Mr.i. H 'en Walker and Mr. Dennis
V.'-.lk- r mid littlo daughter, Marian,
of Fordsville, were guests of Rev.
jV'is. Ru-isei! Wulker, one day last
Schneider, Mrs. Archie
little daughter, Nannie
Mao, of Centertown, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Bennett, Monday.
Mr. Sam B, Snell, of McHenry, hat
returned from Cincinnati, Ohio,
where ha spent a week visiting bis
uncle, Mr. Warren G. Benton and
Come to Ohio County Fair Sept
14-15-H, 122. Meet your friends
talk over old timet. They will en
joy talking with you, we learn
things by talking together, and with
Hl llltV! li.M(TKOIU) Hl'KKY!
The $1000. Sedan It In Harford
row. Will It remain here? Hart
ford doesn't take kindly to any
thing lower than first place In things
and hacks Its favorite daughters
against the world. Suturday night
will test civic pride and pride In the
success of Itt daughters. Hart fori
wants the Herald Sedan but bat
worthy rival with tame ambition
nd Hartford must extend Itself
or?" (Veur subscription may' d-
Mr. and Mra. Foster Bennett and
tons, Edmoud Allen and Wlllium
Foster, returned Sunday front a
week's visit with relatives Includ
ing, Mrs. Bennett's sister, Mrs. Wm.
... : . ... . ,...'. . Widick, and Mr. Widick. Darlington;
We, or. one of o,ur deputies w.ll be at the following. named Mr Bennett., brother, Mr. J. C.
places on the dates set out, for the purpose of assessing your Bennett, and Mrs. Bennett, Central
property and collecting your taxes. Please meet us where most City, and Mr. Benett's sister, Mrs.
convenient: R. A. Rowan, Livermore. They en-
Joyed a number of auto and river
SATURDAY, SEPT. 9 McHenry. and Render trjpg an(i attended the Great water
MONDAY, SEPT. 11 Cromwell Q,ueen Boat Shows at Uvermom
TUESDAY, SEPT. 12 ..Baizetown "
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13 '. . . .Arnold GKT lsY horse branch
MONDAY. SEPT. 18 Prentiss " " , ; .
. w . . Horse Branch it a town that can
TUESDAY, SEPT. 19 ....Cool Spring do thf and ,t doegn.t rellllh de.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20 Ceralvo feat in any thing. Through Itt can-
THURSDAY, SEPT. 21 . . . : Pt Pleasant didatet It It making a'ttlrring ra
FRIDAY, SEPT. 22 ..Centertown nn0' '" Contest.
SATURDAY SEPT 23 ' Roclcnort Get buBy HorM Branch n1 et b6"
sATURDAY, btPT. 23 RockP0rt hind your favoritet. They deserve
MONDAY. OCT. 2 Bells Run ypur tupport. Horse Branch cannot
TUESDAY, OCT. 3 ....Ralph afford to take a back teat. (Your
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4 ,. . . Magan inscription will help a lot),
THURSDAY, OCT. 5 ..Deanfield ' '
FRIDAY, OCT. 6 Herbert, Hartford Herald, ,.SO the yer
SATURDAY, OCT. 7 . . ....... Fordsville
MONDAY. OCT. 9 Narrows
TUESDAY, OCT. 10 Dundee Tire, - supposed to hav caught
WEDNESDAY, OCT. t1 :...Rosine from flying sparks, destroyed , the
TMiiDcntV nfiT 19 v Unrta Rr.nr.k retideuce on the farm of Caleb and
eiwsaarr-ff wstt) swsww at un VI
Sao I KT)
Thm Stmndtrd of Comparison S'aT Tw r
FLAMES liESTHOY RESIDENCB
FRIDAY, OCT. 13 i Heflia
SATURDAY, .OCT. 14 Beaver Dam
Zelpha Botwell and Mra. Leonard
Hale, children of Caleb J. Botwell,
deceated. near Narrows, at t:40
TUESDAY, OCT. 17 ..Shreve Sunday morning. Mr. Orville Cheek
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18 Olaton and family who retlded in tha houte,
THURSDAY, OCT. 19 Buford wer fortunat wough to save most
... of their furniture, and every, effort
FRIDAY. OCT. 20 ...Smallhou. wM M Q iM, the 9lde(1'c Bt
SATURDAY, OCT. 21 ......... . , . . .Simmons owlng t0 th continued dry weather,
. RALPH, Sheriff,
there, was no stopping the flames.
A "Four" That Sets A New Standard
, The 1923 Buick Four Touring -'885
In beauty of appearance dependability and economy of operation
the Buick four-cylinder five-passenger Touring has established
an entirely new standard for four-cylinder cars.
Its low body with its clean, straight lines, accentuated by the
high radiator and straight hood, give it a long, racy appearance
that is new to can of its class. Massive crown fenders add to)
this distinction, as do the snug-fitting, shapely top and the hand
' tome drum-type head and cowl lamp.
And with this beauty has come a new riding comfort. The seats
are deep and low with full leg room in both compartments. The
steering column has been changed in position to increase driving
ease and the gear shift lever has been raited to meet the driver's
hand. A transmission lock, a windshield adjustable from the in
side, and a transmission-driven speedometer likewise art among
the many new refinements of this model. ,
7 Material changes also have been made in motor, chassis, and body
construction which contribute still further to the wonderful per
formance record characteristic of Buick cars for twenty years.
Tk Buick lint for 1913 eompriw& fouHttn modih:
fourtt Pom, RoodiUr, $866; S fast. Touring, tSti; .
3 fM. Coup. U17S; I Pau. Sedan, tt396; f Pau.
, Touring Sedan. $1S!5. fiinw Pau. Roadtttr, 1174;
I Pa .Touring, $ UBS; g Poet. Touring Sedan. t!93S;
$ Pau. Sedan, H9SS( 4 Pau. Coupe. tlHVB; 7 Pau.
Touring, 01436; 7 Pau. Sedan, $tWi; Sport Koadettr,
$16U; Sfort Touring, $107. Price e. . flinU
, Aik about OieQ.il.A.'C.Pun Plan, vkicitpnnkt ,
or Deferred Payment. ,- .
BUICK MOTOR COMPANY
. '. . WAST, MICHIGAN
When better sHatomobiLea art) built, Buick will bugj thmm
ROY F. KEOWM, Tax Com'r.
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