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Are You Interested?
If yon are interested in a
New Fall Cloak or Coat
Snif, yon should see the
greatest line now on dis-
.play in our Ready-to-wear
v Department. . . '
Garments are all absolute
ly new, and prices guar,
anteed to be the very low
est to be found auy where,
workmanship and quality
L New Millinery
Every week adds to onr
Millinery . Department
the very newest that de
signers bring out. If in
terested, don't make yoUr
purchase until you Bee
our big stock.
depends on the quality.
We carry ail qualities, thesefore
, Mr. J, B. Boyd, Centertown, tu
among the Herald's caller yester-
Mr. Warren Taylor, of Cromwell,
wag welcome visitor at this office
lira. Mollis ' Herring, of Bearer
Dam, Is the gaeat of her niece, Mrs.
J. P. Casebler, and Mr. Casebler,
Messrs. Charles and Courtland
Ellis and Udema Rhoads, city, were
In Owensboro Sunday,
Miss Margaret Williamson, of Cen
tertown, spent the week-end here as
the guest of Miss Leila Glenn.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson, of Llv-
erraore, are In this city at the bed
side of Mrs. Johnson's aunt, Mrs.
Mr. Isaac Foster, who Is In the
' contracting business at Central City,
spent the week-end with his family
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Goodman,
Messrs. Elijah Thomas, Dowden
Bates and McDowell A. Fogle spent
Sunday in Owensboro.
Miss Lelia Glenn, Instructor In
the Central City High School, spent
the week-end here with her parents,
Judgo and Mrs. J. S. Olenn.
' Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, city, Is
making an extended visit with her
son, Mr. H. B. Taylor, and daughter,
Mr. B. F. Z:mnnii.ian, of Louisville.
FOR TODAY Hog Melts, Pork
Brains, That Good Chesterfield Pork
Sausage, Catfish, t Oysters, Celery,
Oranss, Pcnanas, Grapes at
Bo sure and mnke your plana to
attend the Hallowe'en party at the
High School auditorium Tuesday Ev
ening, Oct. 31st. 7.00 to 10:30. Giv
en by the Homo Economics Class.
FOR SALE CHEAP One 50-ln.
Co'.t Generator Acetylene Lighting
All new. Never bcon. uu-
McCOY, Beaver Dam, Ky.
riorr.1 Company, OwenS
, Funeral work a Specialty.
Kentucky's old reliable
Mrs. J. I, Goodman, Com
Hotel, cgent for
Ca.ll Home 'Phone 61 for dependa
ble tail service, anywhere, any time.
For night service call 82.
, J. GLENN BARNES.
34tf Hartford, Ky.
Mr. V. C. Heal, city, epenr
week-end In Owensboro. "
I A j. f
O LOCAL DASHES O
See ELLIS ICE CO., before put
ting In your winter supply of coal.
Try a sack of that White Dove
High Patent Flour at
sReal economy and comfort in the
xTtehen means a Cole's J)own Draft
Mr. W. G. Bennett and daughter,
Miss Esther, city, have been the
guests of Mr.' and Mrs. J. C. Bennett,
of Central City, for the past several
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. McDowell und
grandchildren. Julia May and John
R., motored out and spent lust Sat
nvcay with Mr. McDowell's brother,
..Ir. Ilicharu .McL'bweil, and family,
The next tlmo you need gas, drive
to our visible pump, fill with Good
(Julf Gas and nee that you get what
you pay for. The Visible 1'uinp
nif;iNur the gasoline before- yon
WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS,
Hartford, Ky. tf.
I'CBLIO Al'CTION Beginning
at 10 a. m., Friday, Nov. 3, I will
offer for sale at auction the follow
ing property In Fordsville, Ky.:
House and 3 a. lot, adjoining June
T.llsaV nrniutffu. hrtnu.hnlil a n il
were the recent guests of Mrs. Wil-j M, . , ' ' ,,., ,
Mrs. Sidney Williams and little
daughter, Mildred Elizabeth, city,
JUr. and Mrs. A. C. Porter have re
'Jrned from a visit with friends and
relatives In Owensboro.
liams parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hall, of Luzerne.
reject unsatisfactory bids on houso.
J. B. WELLS.
See what you get. Fill your gas
tank with Good Gulf Gasoline at our
WALLACE, TAYLOR MORRIS,
Hartford, Ky. SO-tf.
Mr. James H. Williams
, Barbour, left Sunday for
WANTED You to get your Rexall
Magazine every month.
42-eow THE REXALL STORE
Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Davis, Mrs. Rom
' ney Helton and Mrs.
Attorney C. H. Heavrin, city, was
confined to his room on account of
illness a day or two last week.
i Sttnnydale, attended the funeral and
burial of Mrs. C. C. Johnston, at
Magan, Wednesday, of last week.
j Mo., to attend the Christian Church
j Congress, which convened in that
. city, Monday night and will continue
i until Friday night. The Messrs.
Dodson, Williams will arrive homn Saturday.
i Mr. J. E. Bean is acting as druggist
R. A. Duke, of i the absence of Mr. Williams.
Mrs. Sallye Coleman Mitchell, of
LaQrange, Ky., was the recent guest
of Misses Sue and Tina Yelser. city. ,
Miss Florence Nelson, Instructor
In the Hartford High School, spent
the (Week-end with her parents, at
LOST At the Ohio County Fair,
a Lady's Coat, Brown with Gray
Satin Lining. Finder please bring
or mail to
MRS. CHARLES BURTON, .
42-tf . Echols, Ky.
Among those from Hartford who
attended the Automobile Races at
Owensboro Saturday afternoon were
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller and chil
dren; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk; Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Barnhill; Mr. and Mrs.
John P. Taylor and little daughter;
Miss Margaret Cooke; Messrs. C. O.
Hunter, Glenn Barnes, W. O. Wood
ring, Claude King and Gross
'Mrs. A. W. Mills, Misses Gustlne
Mills, cltv. and Ella Mae McOuarv. I
the latter attending school here,' FOR SALE: Two Hundred acre-
Mrs. M. McCormack, of near town, spent the week-end with Mrs. Mills' j farm adjacent to Hartford; seventy-
was the guest of her daughter, Mrs.' daughter, Mrs. T. E. McQuary, and five acres cleared; about 35 acres
Louis T. Riley, and Mr. Riley, city,
a few days last week. 1
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Porter, city,
have returned from Owensboro,
where they were . the guests of
friends and relatives.
of the Bells Run
Mrs. Maggie Griffin, city, returned-Tuesday
night of last week from
Owensboro, where she spent a few
days as the guest of relatives.
' Mr. and . Mrs. Marvin Black, of
aensboro, spent Sunday afternoon
with Mr, Black's sister, Mrs. F. L.
Lauterwasser, ana mr. muierwm.er.
Mrs. Francis Bartlett and daugh
ter, Mrs. J A. Blandln,' of Evans- fenced;
vllle, Ind.r arrived In Hartford Wed
nesday, where they spent the night.
They went to .the home of their
daughter, and sister, Mrs. L. L.
Trogden, and Mr. Trogden, of the
Clear Run country, Thursday, to re
main their guests week.
tMrs. Margaret Townsend, . who
'iOJ-nt two weeks In this city as the
guest of her nelce, Mrs. S. J.- Wed
ding, has returned to her home in
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Taylor and
Utile daughter, Esther, ' city, ' have
returned from a. ten-day's motor
trip to Vlcksburg, Missv where they
were guests of Mrs. Taylor's - par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. Cooke,
were accompanied home by
upland, balance fine Muddy Creek
bottom land; 50 acres merchanta
ble timber; two dwellings, barn and
Outbuildings; about ' forty acres
improvements in fair condi
tions. To be sold to settle estate;
posresslon February 1, 1923; price
right; reasonable terms. An excel
lent opportunity for one who wants
a combination of the advantages of
town and country. Apply at Herald
Office for further particulars.
Wo are Installing a tipple and
hoist on our yards to unload coal
M . .1 1.1 . I
I rum uaigra uu win ue m uernua
They I by October 15. Can supply you with
Mrs. any kind of coal In any quantity any
Cooke, who will
day in the year. Prices reasonable.
v ELLIS ICE CO..
Hartford, Ky., 3-4t
Mt. S. T. Barnett, Hartford, has
returned from a ten-day sojourn at
pawson for the benefit of his health.
He Is Improved, but will return in
a few days to continue treatment.
WANTED Two hustling young
men by an old reliable firm. Must
furnish smalt bond. Good position
for right party. Write BOX. 167,
42-lt BeaVer Dam, Ky.
' Miss Kennedy Collins, who Is em
ployed as a stenographer by the Ken
tucky Utilities Co., at Greenville,
spent the week-end here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins.
Messrs. J. L. Smith, Olaton; D. B.
Sullengor and JtD. Miller, Hartford,1
Route 1; A. M. Kirk, Buford, and
W. J. Mahaney, Hartford, Route 5., '
were auiong our callers within the
last few days.
Mr. F. L. Felix returned Monday
from Loiifsvlllo where he had spent
about a week with Mrs. Felix, their
duughter, Mfs. C. B. Kniskern, and
other relatives. He will remain in
Hartford about ten days.
Reverends T. T. Frazler and Rus
sell Walker filled their regular ap
pointments at the Hartford Method
ist and Baptist Churches, rHrtive
ly, Sunday. They greeted by
fair-sized and appreciative congregations.
Mr. R. B. Cullcy, of Stanley, en
route from a two weeks' hunting
trip in northern Nebraska, stopped
over hero and spent Friday night
and Saturday with his daughter,
Mm. Lyman G. Barrett, and Mr. Bur-ntt.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bell, Mes
dames Gilbert Westerlield, Hubert
Stuiderfur und Everett Mi'i!i:n arid
Mr. Rollio Bell, all oi th Nocreel:
community, attended lh. funeral of
Mrs. Sam nhoads at Ml. Ci rmel Sun
Beaver Dam. Ky.
Thursday, Oct. 19th,
will be presented one of tho greatest
desert picures ever nnde
staring that splendid, handsome young actor,
whom Mr. Fox says is the most rapid rising young' star on tho
If you like desert romance, redblooded, dashing, thrill
ing "SHEIK STUFF," then don't miss this great entertain
ment, with it's lancinating backgrounds staged In "Tho Land
of The Sheik," amid the calls of the youth whore hot blood
surres thru the sand and sweeps stretches of the dosort. See
the desert night, by moonlight, the thrilling rnscuo of the
White girl from the Sheik's Camp'.'.'.- Come early and get a
good Beat there will be but ofie show starting promptly at
7:. TO p. m. Admission 20c to all You will also have the
ploasure of seeing ono of Dr. Larry Semon's best comedies.
Saturday, October 21st
v.-e will have a picture of thrill, excitement and stirring ac
tion. Such as dynamiting of a river, fliree men and a canoe
being carried over great falls to destruction, fist fights, in
tenno dramatic scenes, a stirring love BtqfjLOf the great out
door;,, du.-iug feuta of horsemanship and i1)TST:ive pots In which
t-poctaculnr scenes are enacted. A picture with plenty of
JEP! PUNCH! ACTION! Oh yes
"The Silent Vow"
Tli;e two stars aro vz.U to bo at their bi-st ami you have seen
Tlicm both, at thin tbi-atro tu "No lietonso," "oteol heart" and
"Where Men are iVIn.' "Can you afford to iuis thin one? A
stilly ot tho Great Open tlpacos Where Rod Blooded men fight
lor I'Ji.lu and Honor; Where Bravo Women face groat Dan
cers to help tho Mon They Lovt-. No. Then sec the picture
tlir.t is not lacking in daredevil teats "Tho Sllont Vow." Al
o.i tood om"ily all for 20c. Show starts at 7:30. First
t. i r '!! rtni t'viee.
jntf i iiViViJI A -11. XVI. vJL 1WJJ
vor the man
A wide flat much desired by younger
men who wear shoes of the different
type Light weight Tan Grain leather
Style with comforts
Beaver Dam, Ky.