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THE HAKrrORO HtH...-
Mrs. A. D. Kirk was the guest of
AIIAS Kuny WilCOI, ai Diurgin, iy.,
from Thursday until Saturday.
Coats, Coat Suits and Dresses
The season Is now here for
your Fall Ready-to-Wear.
We are in a position to
show you the greatest variety
that it has been our privilege
to show in years. The styles
i are prettier and the prices are
lower than heretofore.
Misses Helen Westerfleld and Lota
Wilson, city, jpent Tuesday n'ght
with MiM Cwsnif- Johnson, at Blah-nor.
PARAMOUNT PICTURES Will
be shown at Star Theatre, Hartford,
Kjr., on and after Friday night, Oct.
Coat3 7,50, $10.00, $15,
. $20,00, $25.00 'to $50.00.
Coat Suits-$15.00, $18.50
t $20.00, $25.00 to $45.00
Dresses $7.50, $10, $15
$20 to $35.00.
A complete line of Misses'
and Children's garmei.18, all
shades, qualities and prices,
from $1.50 to $15.00.
No more complete found than can be had in this
department. Consult our milliner for your needs.
She will be glad to give you information.
. A few hours spent iu our store will convince you
that we are headquarters When the latest is out,
you will find it at our store. SEE US.
Mr. F. L. Felix went to Loulsvilla
bn business yesterday. He will re
turn the latter part if this week or(
the first of next. ' I
Mr. McDowell A. Fogle was the
guest of his sister, Mrs. T. D. Potrle
and Mr. Petri In Indianapolis, Ind.,
from Fjlday until yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Chlnn and
three children, of McHenry, speflt
Friday with Mr Chlnn's uncle, , Mr.
J V. WiUon, onrl Mrs. Wilson.
have Piica, Navy
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, Hartford.
iniost here. Wo
M nee Meat and
Mr. Glenn Tlnsley, who Is In the
employ of the Creasey Corporation
at Louisville, spent the week-end
with his parenta, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
AVlH-n you buy Gasoline, do you
get what yon pay for? We have
vlxible pump. You see what you
buy. WALLACE, TAYLOR & MOR
RIS, Hartford, Ky. 39-tf.
Bee what you get. FiU your gas
tank with" Good Gulf Gasoline at our
WALLACE,. TAYLOR & MORRIS,
Hartford, Ky. 80-tf,
Mr, Arnold Likens, who has been
taking - a course in pharmacy at
Macon, Ga., during the past three
months will return home-, today. Hv
will again enter Hartford High
School where he is a senior.
Call Home 'Phone 61 for dependa
ble taxi service, anywhere, any time.
For njglit service call 82.
J, GLENN BARNES,
34tf ' Hartford, Ky.
Paramount Pictures at Star Thea
tre beginning Friday night, Oct.
Paramount Pictures at Star Thea
tre, Hartford, Ky on and after Fri
day night, Oct. 20th.
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O ' LOCAL DASHES O
4. 44. J.
Mrs. M. J. Ross, city, is visiting
j her daughter, Mrs. John T. Moore,
and Mr. Moore, in Louisville".
Marks spent Tuesday
f Fifty AU-Wool Men's Suits at a
Bargain at LIKENS.' 40tf
Miss CeBna Shultz is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ozna Shultz.
Mrs. Maggie Griffin spent the
week-end with Owensboro relatives.
- Mrs. A. B. Riley and little son,
Baxter, spent Friday in Owensboro.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Haynes, onil
Mrs. John Brown, of Beaver Dam,
were in this city Wednesday. "
Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Moseley, who
resided In upper East Hartford,
moved to Madisonville, the first of
last week. .
Mr. John Johnson has returned
to his work in Sommervllle, Ala., af
ter spending a few daya with his
Leaf Lettuce, Celery
loupes at '
Mr. C. O. Hunter attended the
and Cante-tpfc Tobacco Growers Co-operative
HEG'S. j Association meeting at Hopkinsv lle,
j last Friday.
. See ELLIS ICE CO., before putr;
ting in your winter supply of coal.
. Z . , 'Kronos country,
Mrs. James A. Tate spent Satur
day 'in Centertgwn the guest of her
Mrs. Bettle Fulkersou has return
ed to Hartford, after spending about
two weeks with relatives in the
For Apples, Oranges, Grapes or
anything in the fruit line, call at
Mr. S. T Barnett, city, left Wed1
nesday morning for Dawson Springs,
to spend a week or ten days, for the
ben fit of bis health.
SPECIALS For this week-end:
Oysters' Fish. Pork Chops, Brains
etc. at HEG'S.
Mr, Harry May has gone to Clay,
Ky., where he has accepted a posi
tion at depot agent. ' -
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barnbill speuV
the week-end with Mr. Barnhill'a
parents, at Madisonville.
Lota of Hew things this week, Cel
ery. Cranberries, Lemons, etc.
WILLIAMS k TAYLOR, Hartford.
Mr Ellis King. city, has gone to
Louisville, where he has position
?as clerk in a music store..
Do you use Chase Sanborn Cof
fee? If not. give us a trial. You'll
WILLIAMS k TAYLOR. Hartford.
Miss Kennedy Collins has accept-
FOR SALE CHEAP Oue 50-ln
Colt Generator Acetylene Lighting
riant. All new. Never been un
J. II. McCOV, Beaver Dam, Ky.
The protracted meeting which
was fcegnn at Mt. Hormon, Oct. 2nd.
closed Sunday nisht on account of
the im-lniie-nt weather. Tho pastor,
Rev. T. T. Frazior was assisted by
Rev. K. K. Anderson, who delivered
some inspiring messages.
Xnna Floral Company, Owens
boro, Ky., Funeral work a Specialty.
Western Kentucky's old reliable
florists. Mrs. J. I. Goodman, Com
mercial Hotel, agent tor Hartford,
. Master Willie Shultz, son of Mr.
and .Mrs. Ozna Shultz, underwent
an operation for removal of tonsils
at the Owensboro City Hospital,
Saturday and is recovering nicely.
Junior, another son. Is out of school
on account of tonsilltis.
The next time you need sax, drive
to .our visible pump, fill with Good
Gulf Gun and see that you get what
you pay for. The Viniblo Pump
nrasuivs the ftiisollne before you
WALLACE, TAYLOR MORRIS,
Hartford, Ky. tf.
A FEW SUGGESTIONS Bartlett
Pears, Del Mont Peaches, Fruit
Salad, Del Monte Pineapple, Del
Monte Asparagus Tips, .Sugar Loaf
Peas, Hominy, Salmon, Spinach,
Wesson Oil, Mazola Oil. In fact, ev
erything good to eat.
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Hartford.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson, city,
and their guests, Mr. and Mrs, Fred
May, Mr. and Mrs, Walter Rogers,
ed a position with the Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Williams, and
Utilities Co., at Greenville and has children and Miss Bennett, of Habit,
tssumed her duties.
and Mr. and Mrs. E, E. Birkhead
and children, city, spent Sunday at
the Ohio County Fair Grounds, en-
Mrs. M. L. Heavrln, Mrs. Henry,
Leach, Mrs. Anna Nail and Mr. 'joying a bountiful dinner at the
Henry Nail, city, were In Owensboro 'noon hour and experiencing a very
one day last week;
. Mrs. J. P. Sandefur, city, Is mak
ing an extended visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. J. O, McKlnney, and Dr.
McKlnney, Beaver Dam.
pleasant day's outing.
FOR REAL BISCUITS AND
CAKES try a sack of our Ballard's, outbuildings;
Obelisk Flour. You'll like it. Fresh fenced; improvements In fair condi-
FOR SALE: Two Hundred acre-
farm adjacent to Hartford; seventy
Ave acres cleared; about 33 acres
upland, balance flue Muddy Creek
bottom land; 50 acre merchanta
ble timber; two dwellings, barn and
about forty acres
shipment Just In.
WILLIAMS 4 TAYLOR, Hartford
tlons. . To be sold to settle estate;
possession" February 1. 1123; price
right; reasonable terms. An excel-
Mr. Lyman Felix and family, or j lent opportunity for one who warns
Stanley, who we-re visitors at the a combination of tbe advantages 01
home of Mrs. Frank Black, near' town and country. Apply at Herald
Hartford last week-end, have re- Office tor further particulars,
turned home. 8-tf,
THURSDAY, OCT. 12th
Beaver Dam, Ky.
900 of Which
of (Jetting INT-
Into Trouble, U
That fast moving melodrama filled with thrills mm laughs galore.
A COMEDY OF REAL LIFE
Thia is a mighty good entertainment: you will certainly takeoff your hatatid -::y
I wish my boy, my friend, my sweetheart had just such a heart in him v,.:ild
ever be just as nice, as clean and chivalrous. Also one of .
Larry Semon's very best 2-Reel Comedies, all for 20c.
We believe you will like Larry Ssmon better than Chaplin or Fatty Arl:-.i.;lti?.
Don't fail to tell ih.
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 13 and 14
Will be given you
A Riot of Amusement Two Hours of Laughter
Few people, whether learned or ignorant but appreciate Delicious Foolery, bril
liant Silliness, Clever Satin, Ridiculous Humor, Merry Comedy all of x'hich
is combined in one of the funniest, most humorous productions ever screened,
taken from oue of the greatest products of that'aut'ior whose fame will never die
"A Connecticut Yankee in Kinsr Arthur's Court'
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i. (i vrf-m "Jim ' Vd Tk- t a:" . a. i
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Who has'nt laughed for hours in reading or hearing told Mark Twain & i"
lously humorous stories? You never forget them. They make some giggle,
in ike some laugh, they make some gtt down cn the floor rool over and j ell;
open up all the pores of the mind, soul and body, and fill one with that lmpy-go-lucky'feeling
of good humor; squeezing out every atom of grouch and m tidi
ness and. leaving him iu love with himself and all the would, yet kill off the l:luee.
No one, young or old, black or white, cau airord to miss it. The highe.v, no
bility of Europe, the busiest and best informed of our own America have g'.'.-eu
of their time to see and enjoy it they sy universally it is great. Ask anyone
whom you kuow has seeu it, what they honestly think of it. We have arranged
so everybody tun enjoy it by putting on one show Friday at ttO p. m, and two
shows Saturday, starting at 7:00 o'clock. Come Friday, something might hap
hen. You can also tell your friends whether or not to see it.
Admission: Adults, 30e; Children, 20c.
Come, everybody. It is delightful, nonsensical, fantastic humor and comedy
of the highest degree.
Mrs. Mamie MU'.er and daughter, I Paramount Pictures will be shown
Mrs. Elizabeth Grimes, ot Monette, j tuU Friday night at Star Thtatre,
Mo., arrWed In Hartford, Tuesday,: Hart rord, Ky., beginning Friday,
for a several days visit to Mrs. Mil-! Oct. 20, with Jack Holt and Beba
ler's aunts, Mrs. Joe C, Bennett and
Mrs. P. B. Taylor.
Mrs. H. M. Downey and children,
ot Hudosn, III., arrived Friday night
to make an extended visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. New
comb, of the Washington, vicinity.
M.r. Downey will . not arrive , until
gomo time later.
Mr. T. H. Black, Organisation
Chairman of the Ohio County Dark
Tobacco Growers' Co-operative As
sociation, attended a meeting of
County Chairmen of the entire Dark
Tobacco District, at Hopkinsv He
Daniels In "North of the R o
Grande." Doors open 7:00: Show
Messrs. Cay ton Bade and Guy
Daviess, ot Linton, Ind., spent from
Sunday to Tuesday last week as
guests ot tbe former's sister, Mrs.
Charlie Smith and family of near
town, and Rube Baize, and family, or
getlicr with kin family,
tht home they ocrup
Street, into tho honu
the Stone's on 1'niou
' on C!ay
Roscoe Stone, who tor some time
had been employed with C, B. Car
den. k Company,' Hartford, together
with bis family, have moved to Ola
ton. Mr. W. O. Cole, who is the
employ ft C. . B. Carden C, to-
Announc Putfiit Is lu;.i.o of tho
bill h ot a sua on Si'i"'-iuber ., to
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Pen'.tud, Louis
ville, christened Robert Hamilton.
Mrs. Ttn'and was forvorly Mis
Mazie Clark, daughter o Mr.. W. A
Clark, of this city..
We are installing a t pple antt
hoist on our yards to jnload coal
from bargee nd will be iu operation
by October IS. Can supr-iy you with
any kind of eual In auy Quantity any
day la the year. Price reasonable.
ELLIS I-.E CO.,
Hartford, Ky., ' $9-4