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THE HARTFORD HZALO
L1YERMORE MARES GAIN
Ltvermore hat envaded Ohio
County, and through Hi favorite
candidate la making strong rare
for the $1000. Sedan In the Herald
Content. , Stand by your candidate
Llvermore and take the Sedan from
Ohio County It you can. (Your sub
scription la needed.)
YOU CAN'T LOSE!
ALL ARE WINNERS
Wlio see that Civil War Picture,
Mies Geneva Flener haa returned ,
to her home in Beaver Dam, after
spending several days In this city.
the guest of Miss Ercle Leach,
"THE HEART OF, MARY LAN
Miss Elizabeth Davidson left Sat- j
urday for Hopklnsvllle, where she Is,
to teach French and Spanish In the I
HJgh School during the school year. I
The most complete line of Fall Millinery that It fcas
been our fortune to collect In years is now on display
charming in style, perfect In workmanship, designed in
such a wonderful manner that wotfld please the most
scrutinizing, critical buyer. 'Call and see them. We want,
you pleased. A satisfied customer is our best advertise
ment. Mrs. McOrayel, an expert in "batography" is in
charge of this department. .
Coats and Coat Suits
. SUITS AND COAT SUITS
Why yes, a magnificent display. Come In all the new
weaves and autumn shades. . .
One piece Dresses . .... f7.80 to $35.00
Coat Suits . .... . . .$12.80 to $45.0o
Ladies' Coats . . .$7.30, $12.50, $18.00 to $00.00
Glad to see you whether you purchase or not. Compet
ent, courteous salespeople to' suggest or help you in any
way possible. ' CLi. "'
M M it ti l" jf ay ! s! Si-' .
A scene that will start t!:it ' Of.D VA'll) STUFF" p Hiring through your v Iiie
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Kimbrough, of .
Louisville bave been guests ' of Mr.
and Mrs A. D. Kirk the pait several
days. ' ) r
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to Fordsvllle and vicinity Thursday j , i where Maryland, that (ic:y little l';;iliie:M:i Irailirt her l:r.;li'( I" mm 1 CM i-le.t
in. interest of tha Dark Tobacco ag a 8py ftud that il oris YMt ill til ! 11 "i: !; ril uvty Iv.j ;)!!. k;lvNt nilh thy fli.rf
Growers Co-opera tvf Association, j U ynA ,.,.., tUu rl..v,or ...srl :. v, ?i : rr .v1r?iii-r !i";ii'f. I.i-n t!n
faints when she le&rr.s that he is no:. v. i'ilu r tlnui the niaif Mie love.r
Best quality Ryo and
seed. Turnip secu In bulk.
W. E. ELLIS & BRO.,
36tf Hartford, Ky.
Mrs. T. L. Bradley, of Weir, Kans.
arrived in Hartford recently to spend
ncvtral weeks, with relatives and
Best quality Ky. and .Timothy
seed. Turnip seed In bulk.
I W. E. ELLIS & BRO.,
35-tfr Hartford, Ky.
t"EUALVO MAKING KACE
.- Ceralvo has held its own nicely
with some of the :aiger towns of
the county and is going to see Its
favorite candidates through to the
finish nteh Herald Contest. (Back
'your favorite with your subscription.)
Mrs. C. E. Smith and Mrs. O. T.
Burns, were the guests of the for
mer's sister, Mrs. Eula Fortney, of
I Central City, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Miller and
daughter, of Owent-boro, were the
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bishop,
Maryland liHp Iht lover m-;im wHif. ?H; from tic VI K II so ti it
it cannot toll u ti .:!.;:! U i!n folilicis. that lur lo'.cr li.-irt M:a;-fl.
Boyl Boy! Play a Winner, See Itl
Also that great Dootor "LAKY SMON" ill kiiorkall imi,h in 1. is latotf comedy
V) . UJf iJUXUt -r-'LA. SJ Jirt
tt Here he plays the part of a DHTKCTl VK av.fi :t,ti;nipni to re-nr.rt np a h.in ch
of crooks. He is very brav iriti! ! mvl them f;u;e to j;n: lf.- then lio w -coines
a barrel to hide in; lie N run ov-r lv n siam roHf-r. 'N. ny h Kii1 you
U remember "DEW DUO I INN7." if jo" -'K as'c your i'jion.is ahout Dr. Larry
(3 S:'inoii. Show 7::i. liist thi'-" r.-.'is t i e. A.ii;)isi"i' eei.fa.
ONE FOR ALL?
A picture that is greater tlian great, newer than new, more bcauMful t!:;:ii jens
own dream paintings, more human than a woman's heart and moio spectacn!ar
thau a flight in the skit s.
6 See it once and you'll it asairi. With gre.it pvum we aniiwuieo
OVER THE HILL
Call Home Phone 61 for dependa-
OLATOX A COXTEXDEK
Olaton has a favorite daughter
ble taxi service anywhere, anytime. !n the race for ' the Herald's Sedan
For night service call 82. - ,and those who know the Olaton peo
J. GLENN BARNES, : Pie say they won't be found lacking
when it conies to backing their can
jdidate. (Turn your Birbscriptlon in
to her credit.)
Miss Gorin Flener, of the Crom-
'. well country, visited relatives In
Hartford Wednesday and Thursday.
O IOCAL DASHES O
Hot Hamburgers at j
34tf Mrs. Leatha McKinney, of Jenkins,
' .la nialrfn an pYtpnflail vffl:t wftll her
' Go to the PaMiees County Fair, if parents. Mj and Mrs. B. F. Flener,
srou want fun. ' 3 5-2t. of near Cromwell.
r.I'ss Xnia?t Rhoads, of Owens
biro, haa In on the rue -t of friends
and relatives In nd i.tar thi
for the past several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stewart, of
the Central Grove country, are the
parents of a girl, born Monday morn
ing, Aug. 2Sth. She has been chris
tened Kathleen Rae.
Fruits of all kinds? Yes. Where?; John D., son of Dr. and Mrs. A. B.
At Heg's. Prices Right.
34tf Riley, city, spent Tuesday and Wed-
Ohio County Fair. Sept. 14-15-16.
922. . 33-tf
nesday with Mr. and
Gentry, of Cromwell.
Thirsty? Drop in at. Heg"s. Cold
Drinks, Ice Cream.
1 Mrs. Oscar Bishop has . returned
from LaGrange, where she had been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Ma
sbon, for several days. .
Fresh Line of Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco at Heg. 34tf.
HORTOX TO THE FRONT
The live community of Horton
m . . 1 , TI . . nit. , anAnt
lae,u" ---,, on of the, first to put candi
last week with relatives In the Wash- ... . . t. oM -,.
test Prizes and it remains to be seen
. . , ,..! whether or not they will he!p
mnlrft a mnA flniflh Hnnot vnnr
candidate and be a winner Horton.
(Turn in your own subscription.)
SKLECT IS ALERT
S-lect people have considerable
pride in the Select community and
they are supporting their .candidate
to win In the Herald Auto Contest.
(You can help send your subscription.)
Mr Gilmore Keown and little
dauKhter. Ruth Virginia, who had
made an extended visit with the- for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O.
Keown, huve returned to Lexington.
Mr. and Mrs. leon H. Bishop, who
have had rooms in the home of Mrs.
Maggie Griffin since the first of the
year, have moved, iuto the. home of
Mis. C. M. Barnett, which Mr. Oscar
Bishop has rented.
Tlsit Heg's Place,
Taylor's old stand.
Mrs. William C. MeBee, of Green
wood, Miss., who had been on an
Eastern tour, enroute to har home,
stopped off in Hartford last week to
herl be the guest of her sister, Mrs. John
P. Taylor, and Mr. Taylor.
Attorneys A. D. Kirk and C.
Smith were in Bowling Green
legal business Thursday.
E. j Nana Floral ' Company, Owens-
on boro, Ky., Funeral work a Specialty.
Western Kentucky's old reliable
- florists Mrs. J. I. Goodman, Com-
Bale-tles. Barbed wire and Field mercial Hotel, agent for Hartford,
Fence. S'e W. E. ELLIS ft BRO.. Ky. 35-tf
j5-tf Hartford, Ky. '
, FOR SALE House and lot oa
Mr. Cayle Taylor, of Vicksburg. Mulberry Street, Hartford, two
Miss! spent the week-end with his stories. 7-rooms; convenie. in
mother. Mrs. W M. Hudson, city. ood repair and can be had at a
' bargain. See W. J. BEAN,
Don't forget the dates. Sept. 4, 6. 5-8t Hartford. Ky.
I, 7, 8,' and . Where? Owensboro.
What? Daviess County Fair.
5-2t - '
Mr. and" Mrs. E. 8. Howard and -Mr.
Wm Fair attended the General 85-3t
Baytlst Association at Antioch,
LOST Bunch of Keys on Beaver
bam, and Horton road, near Iron
bridge. 15.00 reward. Notify
H. J. BOYD.
-ROM WELL I'l'SHIXG FORWARD
Crom,well wll not falter at this
time. Through its candidates it has
made a great race and some say
Cromwell people may be depended
upon to get behind their candidate
laurels in the Herald Prise Contest,
in winning style, and battle for their
(Send in your subscription.)
Mrs. E. D. Turiey returned to her
horns in Chicago. III., Friday, after
spending several weeks In this city,
the guest of her parents, Mr. and
lMrs. A. J. Williams, and other rela
tives. Hvr little sou, Edward, who
accompanied her to Hartford, will
remain several days longer.
NARROWS TOT FINISH 8TROMO
Bigger and Better. Coma and be
Mr. J, Douglas Williams, who at
tended school at Chicago, 111., the
past year, and who since the closing
of the school, baa had employment
happy for a day or a week.
'boro Fair, next week.
I Narrows will not be found a quit- Jn the office of a large Grocery store
,ter In a raca for honor 'and profit, at that place, will arrive- in Hartford
! Get behind your Herald Contest this week to spend several daya with
1 Anvon. deslrlna fruit tree, call candidal. Narrows and show your hls.parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wll
jH Anyone desiring iruu wees . Chlcaao he
' ubscrintion may ba the winning will be ae ompanled by his little
. J. B. HERRKL.
nephew, dward Turiey.
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QPUtLam, 3ox Production
You'll laugh, you'll thrill, you'll cry wh-ju t!m 15la.;k S'aeep dim oveisthe t-omv o
of his father's Income. When the boy shonMeiy his father's unit and shields,
him from the Law's wrath. The eonrt-room scene in which the Black Sheep is
Branded a Felon. The awful moment wh m M.t Hun ton realizes sho must face
When Charlie's wife 'turn hia old mother out of doors. When
5 the world alone.
0 Isaao orders his mother to the poor-house. The return of the Ulack Slieep, who
J- has ochleved success, and his wrath over his mother's huuiiliaiioii. The battle
g iu which he soundly threshes Isaac, The return of mother to the old liome
stead. To those of you who have seen it, t ll your friends exactly what you think
nj of it. Those who have not, ask i!m next taie you meet, he can tell you, bee." use-
9Dout of every 10J htve SJ3H it a IvertH 'd, liave heard it talked about, have
j2 6eeu comments on it by teachers, preicheis and oihers Don't let distance
keep you away. The weatlnr m il rad are fine; get in your car or. bono w
"3 your neighbor's any way. get here. I) ui't forget the elates,
Friday, Sept. 8th Saturday, Sept. 9th.
FREE In order that all old people ni.i see it, we will start tho firrt chow
Friday ulght at C:30, which will enable tin iu to get home early, and will dmit
evry person over 6) absolutely free to t'.ds first show. Xesf show 6tarts iiume.
dlatelyafter first. Saturday fiit th6w 7: 5, next -how i).
Admission, SOo to ndilK; 2'o children.
Monday, Sept. 1 1th, CON W aY TEARL2 in a stining
picture; also a comedy.
i i 1 1 1 1 ... ... i - i
Nobody do where is getting from anybody itywiiere better pictures thau wo.iire
showluj cvciyimdy lime.
l-ltp :, ... . Morgantown, Ky. margn.)