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THE. HARTFORD HERALO
Coats, Coat Suits and Dresses
The 6caoti Is now here for
your Fall Heady-to-Weari 1 '.
Wo are in a position to
show you the greatest variety
that it has been our privilege
to show in years. The styles
arc prettier and the prices are
lower than heretofore. -
Coats 7.5(, f 10.00, l-3,
$20,00, $2500 to $;.o.oo.
C oat S u i ts- S 1 5.oo, Sis.r.o
. 5-JO.OO, $25.00 to 45.00
Dresses 7.50, tio, tn
$20 to $35.00.
A complete line of Misses'
and Children's garments, all
e hades, qualities and pi kes,
from 11.50 to 1 5.00.'
. Trof. W. P. Rhoads, ' city, spent j
several days 1at wee at fins State
Fair. ' I
Mrs. CUrlotte Tsy.or, dry, whose
Illness wa reported last week, la
Mr. M. T. Canilmn, of MemphK
Tenn., was the guest, of friend in
this city, Monday and Tuesday.
Zl. 4jT 3 1 M ll Jl ft i!
Save Money, Food and Fuel by i
buying a Colo Range at the Big Fac-j
lory Sale at Crtsejlor's, Beaver Dar.i, I
Best njiiJiiy Rye
seed. Turnip sepd i
W. E. EL1.10 &
will present for the entertainment of its patrons
Jarties Oliver Curvoc:l's Famcu? Novel Picturkcd h Iv?i-
No. poire complete 'found thau can be had jn. this
department.' Consult our milliner for your needs.
She will be glad to give you information.
A few hours spent in our store will convince you
that wo are headquarters When the latest Is out,
you will find it at our store. SEE US. ,
Mr. Powell Ticbenor, of the Cen-
trai Grove country, loft Sunday, fori The M.vaziu.'j ali sav: O.ic of tint greatest out-door picture cvi r nind., Ii!i-
'?'" f:m-'''s ;" Macular i-yir-h, thrilling fiht and lllglits, daring re-scutu t,) a pv-it lov. 1
!tiuucky, whiio .... . . ,
j picture lias everything to ma U it big. tiroat ainhur. vlu.e ptonH ji.u s. 1 c
p jcabtof rational faun'. A wealth of action, ir.clndin.,' radian fi,'!its. i,h '. ,t ( !''
ig ja been ; r;tCrt red skills and a lifiplesH girl whirlim' in tin rapidf. A si :vy lin: C;'i:
; a Credit Baptist, ' " "
,:y night. The j west fi !!. I with thri 1 1 i ng s piowvs and ppectacular wxn h. l).d yi 11 cv'. !':-"
.he pastor. Rev. kiiicllefi at the ton of a. hiirli monntiin with tin il.i hu h rum in.rr ll'U feet iii' '
an Iudiau battle? SIC 10 "H'l w r I" Tin " '
Lexington, to resume
the Untvf rslty of )
he is a junior.
A revival met',
pi-ogress at Bar
lire: rlil:' g is l-;-
A' J .f,r
Dam, and Willi;- Maddux
left the first of ti e week fro Lex'.ng
ton, to taVo up -their junior year, m
the t"nivtr;iry of Kentucky. I
:. f;-H7y!! Also Larrjr Semon in his great ccrrs-dy,"STAR BOARDER.
' All fnr 20c. Either the Comedy or tin Feature is worth twice the n
Mr. and Sirs. Walter Parka an
little daughter, Kunioe, city, motor
ed to Louisvii! Thursday wher?
they attended Uie State Fair the
rcmaindor of the week.
2 Shows 2
tdiss Martha-Car-J!!i:e Pater eny.
left Mouday for L-.xington, to re
sume her Fturties I:i the College of
Arts and Science, at the Vniverslly
of Kentucky where sho is a Junior.
22 and 23
Mr. F. L. Eeioher, c.ty, took his
little daughter, Ne-Uie Muy, to Ca
iensboro lat week where she under
went an operation for the removal
of her toiiBi!s at the City Hospital.
Kemt-inber the dates, Friday anLj
Saturaay, sc-;ieni!)er && aiia
Where? At Cast-bier's, Beaver Dam.
What? The Git-it 'Cole Factory
Range Sale.' 3S-lt.
Mrs. Callie Bennett, of Bremen,
Ky., returned to her borne, Monday,
Call Home Pbone 61 for dependa-l after a visit with her aunt, Mrs
bla taxi service anywhere, anytime. E. Potter.
For night service call 82. , '
J. GLENN BARNES,.
31-4t : Hartford, Ky.
O LOCAL DASHES O
fr 4 f
Miss Mae Smith, who ' is teaching
cbool at Herbert spent Saturday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs W.
D. Smith, city.
Ohio County Fair. Sept.
Messrs. A. C. Acton and V. L. Ful-
lUisinrf wm.A In Unrff9ntnwn Mnlt.
day, on business.
Mr. Ellis King, city, was the
guest of Mr, Edward Ford, of
Louisville, last week, while attend
ing the State Fair..
Mrs. P. B. Taylor has returned
home after spending some time with
her sis'."-. Mr. Sallle Drake, of
South CuiTollion, and -Mr. Taylor's
sister, Mrs. Carrie Leach, of(Central
MtssiM. W. ,M. Addington and Al
vln Ross, Centertown, and E. A.
Barnard, Ceralvo, who were In the
city attending Circuit Court, were
pleasant callers at this office yesterday.
Vnnz - Floral Company, Owens
boco, Ky., Funeral wtrk a Specialty.
(Western Kentucky's old reliable
florists. Mrs. J. I. Goodman, Com
'mercial. Hotel, agent for Hartford,
Mrs. Margaret Townsend, Cobden,
fl is the guest of her niece, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. - Berry Taylor and
family, of 'McHenry, spent Sunday jjr. and Mrs. Hinton Leaosi. who
with Mr. Taylor's parents, Mr andfor some time had rooms in the
Mrs. P. B. Taylor. ' j home of Mr. Emma Acton, oaf Clny
1 Street, have taken rooms in the
Mrs. Sallie Drake, of' South Car-J home of Mrs. Masgie Gritlin, oa
rollton, spent laBt week with her Center S.rtet.
We will have a car of It percent
. Acid Phosphate within a few days.
38-2t. W. E. ELLIS & BRO.
Bisters, Mesdamea. P. B., Taylor and
' Jee C. Bennett, city
Mrs. Joe C. Bennett and sinter.
Mis.D. S. Bennett and little
daughter. Hazel, left Thursday lor
Central City, wljtre they remained
Miss Roe Igleheart, of Kronos,
Dent last week-end with relatives!
and friends In Hartford.
is visiting their other
Mattie Held, of Kronos.
Mrs. Sallie Drake, of South Carroll-: uiftil Sundiiy, the guests of their
daughter and sister, Mrs. Noble
Haltd. Mr. Balrd.
Mr. Erwln Casebier, ' of Beaver
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tarks
, Mrs. Ray Addington, of
pent last week-end with .Mr. and
Mrs. V. L. Fulkerson, city.
iDam, left the first of the week for Mr. and Mr. Marvin Parks, city,
Kronos, 1 Georgetown, to resume his studius . motored to Louisvillo Thursday, re
in the Georgetown College. .turning Saturday. They made the
, .. ; trip primarily for the purpose of at-
FOR SALE One good farm and tending tho State Fair.
and Field buggy horse, 6 yeurs old. Price i
JAMES A. TATE. ! Mr. Dick Williamson, who for
ores en is
THB MOST DEJUT-
IFUL WOMAN ;
'VirXGlNl A TRACY
tokrouQh all I Aa
Apes, man has
loved only tho '
ivomtin, but tAe lovo
'of the womAn ia
ever- for- the iovo jri
V ,fi in V
ti n u ;;. f
h ' ? it x rfl
4 ""3 J
1. Sua n r mmniif .a raiimn mMMMgJ
111 0& t '
ever run. ,
Bale-ties, Barbed wiro
Vonna B a W t PI.T.TS & BRO.. .lht
85-tt Hartford, Ky. J6tf , Hartford, Ky. merly ntteneded High school here,
' '- . I , i,ut now of Greenville, and his
Miss Sudie Allen left Monday for, Mrs. Cornelia Tatum, city, has
Madlsonvillo to be the guest of Mrs.
R. F,-Jonie during the week.
Mr. L. L. Lcac-h and 1'ttla son,
Sheriell, city, attended the State
Fair at' Loulsvilje, Wednesday.
brother, Tom Williamson, left the
..11,1. ,am Ano t....,.a t . .1... ...t, ,.M T v I ll Cr t A n till
In this the greatest, most spectacular and expensivo picture ever screened by V.T1 ''. ..
perhaps the Moving picture world, you w'-H see brought before your .very c-yoa all tha o:ap. f p! -i
dor and Glory of the Orient of whioh you have read so much In lilBLK HISTORY.
"ALL THE WORLD LOVES A LOVGR."
Hero you ste the most beautiful womun In the world uiakiiig lovo to the w so..t ma t.
This is it great opportunity for Bible readers, Sunday School Scholars an l lovers of A) li. r.t his
nu who have seon it tell your friends whether it Is really tho most stupendous picture yoi
ver saw, possib'y not a reader in the country but has been longing for this opportunity. Then
Jon't nay when too lata I'm sorry 1 missed it. The roads, weather ami season of the year tro a:i
! -i your favor. Come if you have to w v'.k but remember the hay wagon and uurrry tuid !o:;'t .f er
got the Auto. Admission Children 20c Adults 30c.
This is a Bible ftory r.rd to everyone who lias read tho Bible through within to j-ist tr:'ho
months and to every Sunday School teacher who bring bin ent'r. cUu-h with 1:1m We crier A
complimentary ticket. Yo-ir und or iwuto and address on a all,) of paper is sufTieiriit cvidntce.
' Coming. Old Neat, Dannerous Curve Ahead and others. Watch our announcements.
Nobody no where Ih getting from anybody anywhere better pictures thun we ore showing evry
and Gilbert Tatum, and families, of
Simmons, the. past several days.
Mr. and MrsV Henry Leach, city,
went to Louisville Tuesday morn-
enter the University of Kentucky,
" i Sin's, where they were in attendance
Mrs. Klmer Mitcholl, of Central at the State Fair, until Thursday.
Clly, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.j w 1
C. O. Hunter, aud other friends.
v Mr. and Mrs. Hlntoa Leach are
among those from Hartford who attended-
the State Fair at Louisville.
Mrs, Lcnnie Everley, of Center
towir, spent the week-end with her
parents, Mr, aud Mr. Joe C. Bonnett.
Miss Versla Newcomb returned
to Hartford Wednesday of last we;k
afier spending two wetks with Mrs.
Cuptolla Flsk, of QvauKvil'.e, Ind.
Mrs. S'dney Williams and llttlo1
ilaughter, Mildred Ellzab.-th, city.
returned to their home hero Wet'.-
nesduy night from Luiorne, where
tho hud been since Sunday, the
guests of Mr. W lUams' parents.
.Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Hall.
The County Board of Drainage
Commissioners will meet here to
morrow morning for the purpose of
receiving th report of liuul inspec
tion and Bttliipnt with foutiui-tov
of tho Koy Mutfett Tuhlic Diteli.
tIf you want a. bargain la ranges,
'bjy n Cole Hot H'nst friw cru-ehirr
Friduy or t'uturduy. 38-lt. :
Mm. Rijvvmi IfOibroik .
Welosday !a O.:nsto.o.
Mr.' Leonard Baker, of Taylor
Mines, left tho first of the week,
fo Lexington, wha he will be a
fi-wlimau lu the University of Ky.
Word ha been rec-olved In this
- - ! city, annouiKltg the arrive! of n
Jiidgo Joe' H. .Miller, Messrs. II. j line baby, girl in tho home of Mr.
C. I'older and G. W. Hull, of Ca'-jand Mr. H. M. Tun-ner. of Ports
boun, were In Hartford yesterday in j mouth, Ohio. The little lady was
attendance at the toUcco ral'y. Thy chrisu ned Mary Jane. Mrs. Tanner
to-.k 4udje Bighaiu back wUhlla tl.e dughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. !
them, he 'ng sc!iduU4 for an ad- H, Ueun. , ',
dress at Calhoun today. s , - !
Mrs. Robert Bennett nml lltl'o
daughter, of ChrlHinun,- III., are vm
it.iu.g relatives in Hartford, Beavor
Dam, and vicinity.
M.'sjiM Leila Clonn and Clyiln
Bou'.IO:), t fi'lii'w i.l tie Central (V
ty ll led fichcol, t-pei:i mi ...,,4
U'H-o as i be t't'i t i t.t .- vie"
pai'Oiits, Juiino and Mrs. J S UltH.a.
s Mr. and Mrs Opple Klttinger, and eherltf and Mrs. G. A. Ralph,
family, of Owenaboro, spent, Sunday daughters,. Miss Eruwtyno ar.d lit-
Mr. J. h. Barrett, of WlnttivrK
was the tiucst of liiu couniii, Mr. L.
G. Barret, and family, city, yester
day. Ab th' rusult of a dilUi:iilty, rttu id
ur.repoelod, but staged In iluyti, our
col. r, U suburb, Saturday uight oao
Anthony Wollier, if co'or, hui -
MIoS f.uiei.a l-u !iii'-, '.v:,u u
stei ot'i'.plu r l i 'he . .-u;j.liy of
ti:o Urcii iili) ( ual I'o.,
rivid hero Mo.id.iy to viiit t-or
paionls. Mr. uml Mrs. R. T. (Vl,r.s.
!i':o in rov t i'il "i; Mr (:: ::.'.! t
v I s' v:' (i i: ' t. htir t.'rtor, iLLm
K red, Ii ' lli.-.g (r iot.'tiou fa
K t absoi eo. y';n luin', awont
p.'ir.U'd by her parents, wi'l s t
-"oriV.i Petty, of Niirrovs
FOR SALE 5-room house on acrv ' Mrs. J. M. Smith and daughters,' doubly lacerated scalp.
with Mr and Mrs P. B. Taylor, city. u0 mim Martha Elizabeth, and fon-i, lot, neur det ot in ueaver num. 6uu-( Amanaa ana Anna way, oi narrowly oicer as m wu.im r iu wuU.i.i , "
- ! .,",, Hi-l...n und James Arthur. al. outbuHdirgs. - never-failing ; R. F. D. No. 2, were guexts of L. Q. mudo by bullets, or the butt of a re-. sliU r. Miss Mary Vurren, ho it ia
. ..ii'i!., Jra, t.. w..viiij recently well. Trms SIDOO: cheaper fori Uarreit and family aud L. C. Attou' volvur. but seem
Anyone qesmng .run . v v... "".T.; i " ...h .nrf f,.lv.wh.lB .tta.riln. the Ohio' nornotrator of thecraulal
i ntv wm ra Hi'i-tjiii uuicu uuiuv tu v w - i -- - , - - . -
' . 'n.nrt Mr. Eilzheth Johnson, who will BIRCH SHIELDS. County Fair, Thursday, Friday ' and was Whalen Brooklns. a'so of dui:ky, ta Chlci-o lor U d's, bif
J. R. HERREL. ,
remain their guest for some time.. Hp-
UK rei that tho!
tiu i iii loy of t'-o Ax.ou-Flohcr To
biicca 4)j., a '.' r wMh tt -y will c
Cromwell, Ky. Saturday.
r'turi:li a 1-ou.o.