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THS HAJtTFORD HIRALO
Are You Interested?
If you are interested in a
New . Fall Cloak or Coat
Salt, you should see the
greatest line tow on dis
play in our Ready-to-wear
Garments are all absolute
ly new, and prices guar
anteed to be the very low
est to be found anywhere,
workmanship and quality
to $50.00. .
Every week adds to our
the very newest that de
8iguers bring out. If in
terested, don't make your
purchase uutil you see
our big stock.
depends on the quality.
We carry ail qualities, therefore
Candled Citron, Orange peel and Old papers in 6c bundles at Her-
Lemon peel for the Xmaa Cake, at aid offlce.
WILLIAMS A TAYLOR'S. 44-2t .
Messrs. .James Galloway and Am
nion Douglas, of Narrows, Route 2,
were In Hartford on business, Mon
Mrs. Ltllle Douglas and sons have
purchased of Mr. Huff the farm
near New Baymus and have moved
Mr. and Mrs. J. Caskey Bennett
were guests of relatives In this city
Thursday and Friday. I
Mr. E. O. Barrass, city, has been
appointed an Appraiser for the Fed
eral Land Bank of Louisville.
Try to YOU HAVE HEARD
Get in J The Old Adage
"fllvo the Public whntjt wants and it will buy ami pay for it'
( Try To
Mr. James F. Gillespie, who has
1 r fl I I A. hi. nnM ...lit. II, I
ictrii vuiiiiiiivu iu um ivviu mm in
ness tbo past week, is able to be out
Mrs J L Goodman Is spending aSgaln.
rew days in uwcnsDoro, wun ner
daughters, Mesdames. Edward and
We are now wnnting Thanksgiv
ing turkeys. We buy eggs and poul
try every day in the year. Highest
cash prices paid.
W. E. ELLIS & BRO.,
45-4t Hartford, Ky.
If the date on your label Is wrong,
call or write us at once telling when
and in what manner you paid your
Mr. and Mrs. Nead Langley, Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Parker and daughter,
Miss Marjorle, of Hrakesboro, spent
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Westerfleld,
and M. and Mrs. Rollie Westerfleld,
of near Hartford, attended church
at Bells' Run, Sunday.
Mrs. J. H. Kuykendall, of Center
town, mention of whose illness was
made in last week's issue, Is still In
Saturday night and Punday with Mr. a precarious condition.
and Mrs. T. P. Carton, of near this
Miss Myrtle Maddox, Deputy
County Clerk, spent Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Maddox, near Beaver Dam.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rowan, of
Livermore, spent Sunday with Mrs
Rowan's brother, Mr. Foster Bennett,
and Mrs. Bennett, of this city.
Miss Elsie Stevens, of Hartford,
Miss Zilpha Ward and little Hettlo
Bell Ward, of No Creek, visited Mr.
and 'Mth. Pearl Sanderfur, Sunday.
Beaver Dam, Ky.
Thursday, November 9ih
5 Reels "OATHBOUND" -5 Reck
2 Reels "DANDY DAN" 2 Reek
Saturday, November lltfe
'Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hancock and
little daughter, CoJe Ellen, of Bowl
ing Green, arrived Thursday to
' spend a few days with Mrs. Han
cock's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
1 Nana Floral Company, Owens
iboro, Ky., Funeral work a Specialty.
Western Kentucky's old reliable
florists. Mrs. J. I. Goodman, Com
mercial Hotel, agent for Hartford,
Rev. E. Cecil Stevens, of Louis
P. T. A. MEETING All members t ville, passed through Beaver Dam
and others are cordially invited to Monday afternoon en route to Eddy
attend a meeting of the Parent- ville where he will conduct a two
Teacher Association at the local weeks' revival.
school building, Thursday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
5 Reels "West of Chicago' 5 Reels
Misses ' Mildred Stevenson and
Florence Nelson, city, were the
week-end guests of the former's sis
ter, Miss Martha Stevenson, who is
principal of the High School at Cobb,
Mrs. H. M. Downey and two child
ren have been guests of Mrs. Dow
ney's . mother-in-law, Mrs. Alex
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ania
Forman, formerly of this city but
now of Dayton, Ohio, have received
word that they are the parents of
twin girls born recently.
The many friends of Mr. J. C.
Casebicr are glad to see him down
town again after having been con
fined at home for sometime as a re
sult of his recent Injuries.
Venman since Tuesday,
Cajl Home 'Phone 61 for dependa
ble taxi service, anywhere, any time,
For night service call 82.
J, GLENN BARNES,
S4tf Hartford, Ky,
o LOCAL dashes o
P. T. A. Thursday afternoon.
See ' Acton
Bros, for your
Mrs. Finis "Leach, of Beaver Dam,
was the guest last week of her son,
Mr, Chester Leach and Mrs. Leach,
and other relatives near. When you ne'.d a loan you want
it promptly. I am in position to
loan you money at a low rate of in
terest on farm lands. 42-4t
M. T. PARKS, Hartford.
. Mr. H. B. Bean, who had been' in
Dawson Springs for several days,
for the benefit of his health has re
turned to his home.
Mr. T. H. Black, Organization
Chairman of the Tobacco Growers
Cooperative Association and Rowan
Holbrook, attended the meeting of
the district Committee Tuesday,
Miss Ella Mae McQuary, a student
Mrs. Arthur Petty, of
Mrs. W. R. Wldtck. of Earlington
Ky., arrived Sunday to bo the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P.
Forman, of this city, during the
next several days.
2 Reels "ESKIMO" 2 Reels
Anil bo convinced. This Theater has learned tlio genet. 1'hn Pithllc im
willing to pay for the best stars in first, run "up to tin- injuuto" produc
tion and they won't bo long fooled with anything cl-o.
You Imvo been loud in your praise of DUSTIN FAHXCM ami IJl'CK
JONES and hero they aro In their very newest.
Comedies each nlf;lit worth the full price of admission.
Show each niht begins at 7 o'clock. Saturday night two slums. Admis
Money cheerfully refunded to any customer not sutlstlcd.
Everybody asked to tell us on leaving how they liked t!ii- sliuw.
in 5c bundles at
Mr. Cecil Heavrin, Hartford, was
in Lexington several days last week.
Mr. Elijah Thomas Is employed at
the Republican office this week in
tbo absence of editor W. S. Tinsley.
Apples, OraiiEi-s, Grapefruit,
cry and Cranberries ut
44-2t WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S.
Mr. and. Mrs. James, Mr. and Mrs. E. 'P. Bennett, of
Nance and children, of Owensboro,
were guests of relatives in this city,
in the local high school, spent last' Saturday and Sunday Oct. 28th. and
week-end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. McQuary, at Bell's Run.
Mr. Robert E. Lee.ft Olatotf, R.
D. No. 1, was In this city on busi-
ss, riaay. ...... -
Mrs. A. E. Pate, city, was confin
ed to her room wluh Illness a few
JHys last .week. ' ,
Mr. Ellis Lloyd, of near Narrows,
left Sunday for Whiting, Ind., a
suburb of Chicago, to accept a posi
tion with the Standard Oil Co.
Hartford Route 3, and Mrs. Oma Lee
Turner, of Hartford, Route 1, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Tich
enor, Saturday night and Sunday.
WANTED You to get your Rexall
Magazine every month.
42-cow THE REXALL STORE.
To The Directors Of The Ohio
County Farmers Mutual Telephone
Company. There will be a call meeting ot
the Board of Directors of the Ohio
County Farma's Mn'nal Telephone
Company on Tlnvtiiay, November
9, 1922. There n;iKt be a repre
sentative from er.ch Division who
must ascertain tv.e irimber of mile?
of line and what la the value of th'
' switchboard and equipment in l;ir
Division and rcj.ort sumo at the
' Hitietiiiii called, for the date above
mentioned for this special business
J. I. McCOY,
Messrs. Grant Pollard and Arnold
Shreve, of the Pattieville vicinity,
were pleasant callers, Saturday.
Removed Metal Roofing for sale,
two grades; $1.00 and ' $1.60 per
square, at Equity factory, Hartfofd,
See FOSTER BENNETT.
A list of marriage licenses given
in Sunday's Owensboro Inquirer iu-
1 eludes Clifton Duvall, On'.crlcwn,
25, to Myrtle B. Smiley, 22, Center
town; and Rowland G.' Duval!, Cen
tertown, 22, to Myrtle Mae Mackey, tlce
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tinsley
Saturday for Atlanta, Ga.,
a week aa guests ot their
Mr. John A. Johnson, who is en
gaged" in the timber business near
Decatur, Ala., is the guest of his
Mossrs. John H. and W. O. Bar
nes, of Beaver Dam, were welcome
left; visitors at this office Thursday aft-
to spend ernoon.
son, Mr. . .
I Raymer W. Tinsley, who is connected Trot. Wilbur Ilhoads, city, was lu
with the Federal Department of Jus-, Louisville, over tlio week-oud. He
had Intended attending the Ken-
Try a sack ot that White Dove
High Patent Flour at
I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rains are the
IrtnrcntH nf a babv eirl. bom Friday
Oct. 2Tth., at the home ot Mrj.
Rains' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alney
Tkhenor, of the Central Grove cora-
tucky-Contro game Saturduy,
could not reach Lexington In
Mrs. Isaac Foster, city, spent Sun
day at the' bedside of her sister, due to delayed trains
Mrs. C. G. Crowder, of Central City,' .
Messrs. Wat Taylor and Rowe
Condit, ot Route 1, Centertown, will munity. The littlo lady was chfis-
Mr. Louis Fulkerson, city, return
"ed" Tuesday from' Sheridan, Ind.,
where be went on business, Monday.
Messrs. W. C, J. N. and Robert
Myers, of Route 1, Olaton, were in
town Wednesday, on business.
leave within the next few days tor
Florida, where they are to spend the
tened Ruth McKinney.
who lias been quite ill, but is
Dr. E. B. Pendleton, Hartford,
I'A It MS
For sale the following farms ill
Ohio County with good improvement
217 acres near Wysox.
45 acres near Ross' Ripple.
45 acres near Hartford.
All In dcsiral lo commnniri-33 wild
I To loan on loiig time and easy pay
I JNO. B. WILSON,
The Hartford lleiald, ?t.50 the year
with Dr. Willard Lako, and Intubat-
3,'ed Mildred Smith, littlo daughter ot
See what you get. . Fill your gas
tank with Good Gulf Gueollue at our
WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS,
Hartford, Ky. ' ' 39-tf.
We will pay you the highest cash
price tor rabbits after Nov. 15th.
WE. ELLIS ft BRO.,'
45-4t Hartford, Ky.
Mrs. M. J. Ross, city, who
been visiting her daughter,
John T. Moore, and Mr. Moore, in
Born to the wifo of Orvllle
Ticheiior, Hartford, R. F. D. No.
Oct. 4th. an 8-lb. girl. Her name Is Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith, who was
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Baize andlna Waltrude. The littlo lady Is the' autferlna from diuhtheria. The child
was iu a dangerous condition but
tho tubo was removed Monday and
she is now recovering nicely. This
is the third child whose' life has
boeu saved iu this section within the
past month by the use ot tubes.
went to Broadway last Friday night. T P I p fyWlfW
where he wis called in consultation Ul llvu V CviCHivI
children, Audra, Maudra and Charles, ; first grundchild of Mr. and 'Mrs. L.
and Mr. and Mrs. Erva Baize, city, u. Tiihenor, city.
left Thursday morning for Ozone,
Ark., where they will make their Mr. Herschel Ross, who has a
fuaure home. The former Mr. Baize lucrative position with the Berwind-
wlll eugage in business in that city. While Coal Minlug Co., of Norfolk,
Va., is the guest of bis parents.
Mrs. Florence Allon, city, left 'Squire and Mrs. A. H. Ross, of the
l Hank liuildinft
' I1KAVKR IMM, KY.
Tuesdays TluitxI.iyH Saturdays.
8 u. in. To 8 p. iu.
Mr i Thursday fer Chicago, 111., where Rockport section.
she will make an extended vUit with
Miss Thelraa Jagbe, ot Owensboro,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
Hunter, city, from Sunday vntll
for the past
several ner children, Messrs.
Ira and Ivan, Mrs. W. C. Blankenship, ot this
families, Mrs. Wilson city, and her guest, little Miss Nancy
Mr. Jones and grand- McCracken, of Paris, Tenn., left
Mr. and Mrs. John Meadows, who daughters, Misses Erma and Myrtle yesterday afternoon for Horrln, 111.,
I . I i iii . v n i
have been residing in this city for
the past several months, left Thurs
day for Oklahoma,, where they will
make ttjelr future home.
If in need of a wagon ' you can
WE REPAIR STOVES It you
have a Heater, CooK Stove, Range
or Furnace out of order we can re
pair it, for you. - It makes no dlffer-
Mr. and Mrs. James Hancock and make no mistake by purchasing theence what make,' we Can secure an
liiiio nn J. B.. of Bowling ureen. lamous u i.wdubu, we . i" u. iu m r
arrived in this city, last Thursday, t
pend a few days. . ' . .
We will have a car of salt in a
Mr. S. T. Barnett, who had been'
der before cold weather. .
SALLEE SHEET METAL WORKS.
See us for salt.
W. E. 'ELL16 & BRO.
FOR SALE I bav appU tree of.
the leading varieties, both early and,
- - i
Out our sojourning at ' Dawson Bpringt, and
where they will visit Mrs. Blanken
ship's sister, Mrs. Noble Taylor, and
Mr. Taylor. 'SBon after their return
here Mr. and Mrs. Blankenship will
go south for the winter.
. FOR SALE: Two Hundred acre
farm adjacent to Hartford; seventy
five acres cleared; about 35 acres
npland, balance line Muddy Creek
bottom land; SO acres merchanta
ble timber; two dwellings, barn and
outbuildings; about forty acres
DON'T FORGET That . Jas. A.
Mrs. Barnett who had been visiting Tate's Restaurant Is al all times": fenced; Improvements tn fair condl
her brother at St. Charles, have re-' headquarters for Whitman' Canftlcs, lions. To ba. sold to settle etatt;'
turned to tbelr borne here. I Fresh Fruit of all kinds, Fresh Oy- possession February 1, 1923 ; price
i . , . :- sters, ,Cold Drinks and everything la right; reasonable terms. An excel-(
Mr. V.' M. Stewart, of tb Shinkle the confectionery". Ho .. usually, lent opportunity for'one who wants,
.i.n flna lot of Concord trane Chapel comraanlty. WllL go to Romehandled by a first class restaurant, a combination of the advantage ol,
ma.. - 1 wr.. -I. .... . . . ink Int., Cim.i la a ilaala 1 II l.'kr T II tl ! Tub. amm nil .Alinlr - A n 111 V t TTapaM
vine. Apple, sue o swej rp9, v.t uuui w . - . . --.
Me and 15o. R. K. BARRETT, .will pend, the inter' with hi son, a meal with us; you'll com .again. Offloa for further particular. '
43 $t . Beaver Dam, Ky. SI. I. Dr. J. D. Stewart, and family. . U-ft. ' . . - - r , ' t-tf. ' ,, . '
We have a small stock of 30x31 Good
year, Pathfinder Casinns, which" wo
will sell at
as long as this stock lasts.
If you need a tire this is your oppo.lu
nity to get a good tire cheap.
.Beaver Dam Auto Company
Beaver Dam, Ky.