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COMING! COMING - COMINGCO.MINO OQMIJfQ COMIXG
The Great Combined Circuses
HI JINKS' flUEAT AMERICAN CIRCUS
o THE MARVELOUS TOM THUMB CIRCUS
I Saturday, Oct. 21,1922
Ohio County Pair Grounds,
0 Hartford, Kentucky
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Talent furnished by tho High and Graded School
under tho auspices of the
Parent Tenchers Apsooiatlon.
See Hi Jinks! See Tom Thumb!
Big Cow Boy and Indian
GOOD IW) ADS MEKT
There was a Binall gathering of
tbe faithful at the meeting held a
the Court IIouho here Saturday af
ternoon for tbo purpose of discuss
ing ways und meami for bettering
tbe highways of Ohio County. The
meeting was organized by the elec
tion of Dr. A. D. Park, of Rockport,
as Chairman and McDowell. A. Fogla,
of Hartford, as Secretary. The pur
pose of the meeting was then ex
plained by County Attorney 0. C.
Martin in a forceful address. Dr.
Oscar Allen, of Cromwell, also made
a timely addrens, and there was a
round-table disi.uK.iion of the pro
posal to petition for an election on
tho question of the isniial of $300,
000 bonds for the construction of the
County's main highways. It was!
moved, seconded and carried that
the temporary officers be made
permanent and.tliat this organiza
tion ho !;novn ai tho Ohio Couaty
Good Roads Association. It was de
cided to circut.iU) petitions asking
for a bond election in tho various
suction of tbo county with a view 1o
ascertaining the probable chances of
carrying tho bond law. Whether
or not thu submi:;.- ion of the ques
tion to tho voler.i this winter is ad
visable) will be definitely decided
later, probably at tbo next meeting
of the Association whlc h was called
for Monday, October 231'd.
dron, Sunday, in honor of tbe sev
enth birthday of her son, John Clin
ton. The following little people
wore prcvionl: Jaunlta Miller, Loise
Chiiui, Edrie Chinn, Mary Cladys
Embry, Carl Foster Emiiry, Mabel
Bennett, Ruby Loui.-c Iioyal and
John Clinton Chapman. Various
games v.cro played, after which
duinty refreshments wore served.
Tho family and many friends of '
Mr. and Mra. Herman Render g,th-j
ertd at their country Lome, near J
Mrs. Joo Chapman, of Heaver
Dam, entortained thj following chll-
Ceutertowu, Sunday to celebrate
their 2dth. Wedding anniversary.
Tboso from other neighborhoods at
tuodins were ns follows: Mr. and
Mrs. James Render, son, John, and
daughter. Myrtle: Mn;. Ed Drown
and daughter, Gussie, Mr. uud Mrs.
Kellie Ilite and three daughters, of
Rockport; Mr. and Mrs. Byron Igle
htart, Mr. and .Mrs. Gallbor Hazellp,
of Toint; Mrs. Ellis Allen and little
daughter; Ruth, of Washington
neighborhood; and a ho.st of neigh
bors numbering more' than 100. A
bounteous dinner was served and
tho day was highly enjoyed by ev
eryouo. All wished the bonoree3
many blovings as they pas? over
the shady side of life.
it also happened to bo Mr. and !
Mrs. Jonas Render's 46tb. wedding
anniversary. Ho is an uncle of Mt.
Herman. It was Aunt Lucy Baird's
birthday. All guests loft fueling it
had beeu a real day of celebration.
ONHJ OP THEtl.
Hartford Herald, S1.G0 tbe year
Tito IJeavt-r Dam Tin Company announces that
the keyB for tho "MUSIC MASTER" have all beeu
glveu out and the Look is on -display, Come in and
try your Ueys. There is only one key among the sev
eral thousand handed out that will unlock the lock.
It might lie yours, so don't fail to give tliem all a trial,
The Lock and Talking Machine will beou diftplay
until the right key comes along, or for thirty, days
from October 21st. In case no one ha-clafmcd it be
fore November 21st, It will be given away as follows:
When you try your keys, write your name and address
plainly ou slip of paper provided, and drop in a hot
provided and reiater your name in our record book.
If the successful key does not come in, the tenth name
drawn from the box will be presented with the Muslo
Master. Your nam? rlll be allowed in the box but
BEAVER DAM TIN CO.
Beaver IJ)am, Ky. '
' Mart Schaflher
V Clothes 7
The: Right Wsy to
. ' Buy Clothes
VOU may think that all .we're here for
is to sell something; but we're doing
something more important than that.
Our business is, first of . all, to have a
good supply of the right things-to-wear
for men; to buy them and sell them, as
nearly as we can at the right prices; but
chiefly to help you get the thing you
want, the thing that's "just right" for you.
Helping men buy is a lot more interest
ing than just selling 'em something. Just
drop in and see how weir it works.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
fine suits and overcoats
: S. W. ANDERSON CO.
r ... i ' ' v ' 1 i . . ,
Incorporated ': ' . - ' " , .
OWENSBORO, Where Courtesy Reigns, KENTUCKY
Mr. Rouda Miller and family have
moved from the J. B. Mitchell prop
erty to the W. O. Cole residence. Mr.
Mitchell will move from his farm
across the river to the vacated resi
dence. HI aon, Mr. John Mitchell,
will occupy the residence - on the
Mr. W. V. Sproule, Master of Dun
dee Lodge No. 7SS F. ft A. M. la at
tending Grand Lodge at Louisville,
Messrs. Claud Renfrow and Ellis
Mitchell shipped a carload of cattle
to tbe Louisville market, Tuesday.
Mr. W. T. (Tip) Bean baa sold his
farm near Sulphur Springs to Messrs.
A. C. and A. B. Baugbn, of Canalou,
SURPRISE DINNER '
A surprise dinner was given Oct
I iu honor of Mra. H. D. Myers, of
Colorado Springs, Colorado, at tha
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. A. Stevens, Beaver Dam, Ky. All
came with, well Oiled baskets and a
sumptuous repast was spread. The
following were present: Mrs. H. D.
Myera, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Stevens; Mr. and
Mra. R. J. Stevens; Mr. and Mra.
Cleva Stevena and daughter, Lucille;
Mr. and Mrs. Will Stevena and chil
dren, Francis and Maurice; Mr. and
Mrs. Will Blair and children, Nellie,
Edward and Donald; Mr. and 'Mrs.
Henry Daniel and ton, Carollton;
Mr. and Mra. Tom Baker; Mr. and
Mra. Lewis Render; Mr. and Mra.
John Hosklna and children, Maurlne
nd J. C; Mr. and Mra. Roy Foeman
and aon, Roy V.; Mr. and Mra. T.
G. Buck, and children, Lillian, Fran
cis, Rutb, Leslie, David and Cecil;
Mr. and Mra. Elwood Leo and chil
dren, Lillian and Theodora; Misses
Olyndean China, Chrystlne Graham,
Anna Elisabeth Shalts, Vera
Rhoada. Helen Knight and Audrey
Martin; Messrs. Anton Chinn, Olean
Oraham, Bryan Skulls, , Otis John
son, Delbarf Barnard, Reathel Chick,
Earl Hazelrlgg, Gorman Kissinger,
Joe . Taylor, William Taylor and
Preston Render. J
Quite an enjoyable day waa spent.
COMMUNITY MASS MEETING
JNANANJAN NIYOOI, noted so
cial and temperance organiser of
Calcutta, India, will address a Cont
inuity Mass Meeting at th. Baptist
Church, Hartford, to-night. Wad.
Oct. 18th. 7: SO p. m. Ha wilt apeak
on: "India Cursed by Strong Drink."
J. Nlyogl la tho moat prominent
man In all India to-day In social
and temperance organisation' work.
Ha la a born reformer., having been
conspicuously before the public
since a mere boy of seventeen. He
is organising aecretary of Calcutta
Temperance Federation, having for
ty branches; he la aecretary of Na
tional Missionary Cdvncil of India;
he la founder of the Calcutta After
care Association, which haa done a
great eervlce in making useful cltl-
sens of young men released from re
rormatory schools; he is also or
ganislng aecretary of the Bengal So
cial Service League, which haa con
trlbuted untold relief in tlmea of
flood, pestilence and famine.
(Jnananan Nlyogl la a man of cul
ture, refinement and education; he
speaka excellent English.
On this same occasion Rev. Geo. '
W. Morrow, D. D. of Detroit. Mich., "
a lecturer and minister of national
refutation, will apeak brlofly on:
"America's Opportunity at Home
and Overseas." ' , ,
The other churches of Hertford
are dismissing their regulv.r mid
week services to Join in this union,
meeting of, to-night. ".
FOR SALE Famous Old City
Restaurant. 04 Main St., Hartford, '
Ky., Including building, fixtures nadjL
complete atock. Also my new bun
galow residence In the Roaedale
l-tp Hartford, Ky. '