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. . TWZ HARTFORD HZRALO . ' ,
OUOODOOOO q V"'"1 In with their daughter, Mrs. iBSBeSSaBCSaBSSaHBSSai'- sr,
J AKIGHBORHOODNEVVSTO Silas Brown, and Mr. Drown, near v' . . .
O -O -O O O O O O O O here. 1 ' - I
' MIDWAY Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Danka, of Mc- I . -
. Henry, were the guesta of her par- I , ' x ' I
went'enta, Mr. and Mra. K. 1 wooa, re- .. .
! MMtert Forest ana iiewey, me '..'....
'children, of Klmbley Mines, rislted II
Mr. and Mra.
and Mrs. Leslie Howe, of Cen- C. B. Everley, Saturday, night and
Net. 4. Several from here
-to High View lait Sunday.
llr. Bottle Fulkerson. Mra. Fish
er Mm.' rinronre Hohcood. Mra,
oLcrt FlHher and two children. Elders, bare been on the sick list.
Derothy and ElUabeth and Mr. John Mra. Owen Jones visited In Evans
Futkerson. of Paducah, spent last vllle las(fcweek.
week with Mm Amanda Rowe and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Everley and
.hr r-.l.Hv her and at Center-' children, of Klmbley Mines visited
twn Mr. Everlcy's parents
Jill. tlMlf. lltlT. " " - " I
tral Grove, snout Thursday night . Sunday.
with Mr. and Mrs. Estll BlBhop.
Mr. and Mra. Barney Hocker spent
Jast Sunday with his brother, Mr.
:icloto Hocker, nud Mrs. Hocker, of
Three children of Mr. James Baize
-jro on the sick list.
MlftH Artie Tatum Is on the sick
MJ w Anonla Belle Rowe spent
Thursday night with Mr. and Mra.
. Karl Bishop.
Mr. and Mr. D. M. Parks attended
'in.irterly mooting at Centertown
Methodist Church, Monday night.
Xtrx. Amanda Rowe and grand-
ilaiiRhlar, Misi MyrI BiBhop, are
ending this week with Mra. Rowe'B
daughter, Mrs. B ttie Fulkerson,
aiiU Mrs. Clarence Holigood, of Pa
4ucali. Miss Bishop will return
lir.s. John Ward and baby, Mar-Hi-'.'tto,
of McHeury, have been upend
ing n few days v.ith her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charlie Walker.
Iir. and f'r . Theodore Maple, of
Miss Sudle Combs Allen and Mr.
Sep McCoy, both of Hartford, went
to Rockport, Ind., Tuesday, uci. si,
where they were Joined in marriage.
The bride Is the daughter of Mr.
Clarence Allen and Mrs. Verna Ben
nett Allen, 'deceased. Sho was rear
ed frome early infancy by her grand
mother, Mrs. Florence Allen. She
Is an attractive and highly esteemed
young lady. The bridegroom is a
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McCoy, of
Hartford, an Industrious and popular
'young man. He is a mechanic and
J operates a garage at Echols, whore
I the young couple plan to commence
housekeeping at an early date.
liBht and Sunday with Mr.
Prohibition Enforcement Officer
J. Ed Shaver, of Greenville, assisted
by deputies, discovered S. S. King in
the act of manufacturing whiskey on
the farm of Charles Nicholson, near
i:i syend Saturday South carrollton, Tuesday. The still
Xy, 2. Mr. Sam Taylor is quite
ill at this writing. I
!irs. R. L. Vance and daughter,
Alma, left Fiiday for Island to visit
her brother, Mr. Evan Pato and.
Mrs. Lit Hut Rock lo.it a horse one!
:iay last v."k.
Air. and Kr. Tony liaughn have
mov.'d bai'k to tht-ir farm In this
viol nil y. i
Miss Irene Vane- vUitnd relatives
iu Owenxhoro lual week.
Mrs. Miuiiia Arhiu !;!e is on the
sick list. -
Mrs. Elijah rIi and Mrs. Lon-'
ui'j Plevensi v i t ' 1 Mrs. Strother
HawkiiiH last Tiiii!':-.l..y. ,
Mr. mid Mis. J. K. Hendrix are
vi.itins relatives i;i tliis vicinity. ;
SULli'l R St ''KINGS
Farmers ar. nat'i'-ritig orn and
jjnttiiiK m.idy to slri;) tobacco when
'hey yet a K' .'u.t'. Mdiit of the to
iiaero in this M-ctUm is in the pool
anil sioV(!is .ue f Minting the co
oi;rative sell;; i l.'ri to be a great
help in Hlublizing t'.ie price of tobae
i:o and tliereliy make a better price
lor most eviylliiiu tht-y have tu
sell. I liavi) I.iilh in the plan
if tobacco Kio.-eiM will sit tight and
it time to work.
Kloyd Jr., in an t sun of Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd idKi'f, died about noon,
Sal in day. from t'u- ejects of a scald
received Home days aijo by running
its arm rtov.ii iu a vessel of scalding
wa'.'ir. The r Myitis were buried at,
the Mldliifl i,iie:i'!-y. Sunday aster-!
noon. Tb pa tuts have the syin-
pa!l' of the eiiiiie i otuiiuiiiity.
John V.'in-i'i't;, oa of the oldest;
and best rui t" ted cl-lZ"iiy of Sunny-'
(lain, died Sunday nllit of a coinpll-
cation of di-i
advanced av.e li
was destroyed and King arrested and
brought to Hartford where he waived
examining trial and was placed un
der $300 bond. There arc two
charges against him, manufacturing
intoxicating liquor and having in
toxicating liquor in his possession.
Officials t?ay the owner of the farm Is
not implicated In auy way. .
Miss Vena Southard and Mr. Van
May Jr., each of whom re;;ido at
S ininons, came to Hartford Thurs
day and after procuring the necessary
permit, were joined in wedlock, at
the 'Methodist parsonage by the Itev.
T. T. Frazier.
The bride is a daughter of Mr.
and Airs. J. E. Southard and the
groom Is a son of Mr. Van May, Sr.,
of the Horton country. Both are
popular and have many frlend3 who
wish them well.
They Come Back!
County Judge R. it. Wedding con
veiled the regular monthly session of i
County court .Monday. Among cases
disported of were tho following:
Jusae Il tird, of color, flourishing plB
tol, $50 line; Agnes Brookins, of col
or, breach of the peace, found not'
Mtiity; Anthony Walker, of color,
malicious cutting, waived examining'
trial and executed bond for his ap-j
pearance at the November term of!
The court adjourned Monday aft
ernoon until Wednesday morning on
account of the election.
rJTHERE you have the ultimate test of.
any store's service do customers re
turn when they are ready to buy again?
The folks in this store are proud of the
high percentage of old customers in their
clientele. Such friends are living proof of
success in our constant efforts to deserve
the confidence of our neighbors.
That sutcess is in large measure due,
no doubt, to the fact that we offer the
community only such goods as liave
won our respect.
In every line we seek the high standard
of excellence set by Hart Schaffner &
Marx, whose clothes we sell.
HKKK AT HOME
Hurt ford Citizens Gladly Testify
and C'onlldciilly ltevoiiuuend
Hottn's Kidney Pills
It is testimony like the following
that has placed Doau's Kidney Pills
sen. Owing to his so far above competitors. Whenj
h : Uy.ii; iaH could not people light here at home raise i
do his crte much (food. The remulua their voice iu praise there Is noj
wore buried at th' Smith graveyard room left for doubt. Read the pub
iiear Palo, Mouday at about 2 p. in. lie statement of a Hartford citizen:
Mr. S. S. Brov.'u U very ill with a . Lowls Brown, Hartford Road;'
bad stomach nonMe at tho home of says: "I hud au attack of kldneyj
Lis daughter, Mrs. Viola Roach, at coinplulnt that laid me up for sev
Jingo. Owing to his advanced uge erul days. My kidneys wero weak
his relatives and friends have llttlo and irregular In action and finally'
hope that he will tver be very much Ely back got to hurting mi. Sharp
0(,er shooting pains darted uil through
M . , 'my back, I was bo lame across th'J
S. W. ANDERSON CO.
OWENSBORO, Where Courtesy Reigns. LKENTUCKY
small of my back I could uot get up
after stooping. The
Nov. 6. Mr. cud Mrs. L. P. Ful- kidneys was so free 1 had to void
keisou are at Nelson at the home of the secretions many tiiu (light and
their sou, Mr. Cecil Fulkerson, jay. I took several boxo3 of Uoan's
wIiomj wife is lit a Ioulsville hospl- Kidney Pills and they cured tn".
tal for treatment. have had no return of the trouble."
Mrs. Mury Kinimel and daughter, j.rice 60c. ut all dealers. Don't rrK,,n ....
action of my1
MHS. T. L. CR1KFIN ENTER
TAINS THE WOMAN'S CLU.B
Saturday. Nov. lh., Mrs. T. L.
Grillln eutertalued the Womuu's
The afternoon was devoted to
the Brownings. Mrs. Sidney Wil
.liams read a most beautiful sketch
of Elizabeth Barrett Brownjug. The
poem "Cry of the Children" was
read by Mrs. Bennett. Mrs. Amos
Cumuii nave a sketch of Browning.
Mi. Shennuu Green, of Klmbley hm,,)y B8k for a kidney remedy ome personal touches, as Mrs. Car
Mines, spout last week with relulives got i)0air Kidney Pllla-r-the same'gun viulteU his homo and tomb dur
ing her trip abroad. Robert Bacon,
the fifth of Wells' super-utea elicited
elected officers are to be installed.
The officers-elect are: Mrs. R. D.
Walker, President; Mrs. W. J. Bean,
Vice-President; Mrs. S. O. Keown,
Secretary; 'Mrs. J. K Flrtle, Treas
urer. In the future the association will
meet on the second Thursday In
iu this vicinity ana at KocKport. thui Mr Brwn had. Foster-Alil-Misses
Marlissa Foster and Cora'bur Co mra Buffalo, N. Y.
Kverley went to KVonos, Sunday. I Advertisement -
FatiM-lu, the little daughter of Mr. j , fc
and Mrs. Ouciir Brown, Is sick at to YKAKM1 TKIt.M
this writinj. ' OIVKN KJDN.U'KU
Mrs. Riga, of Heflin, visited her( Muskegou, Mich., Nov. I. Ray
sous, Mesra. Hipsley and Albert mond E. Wilson, of Qrand Rapids,
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Heflin spent the kidnaping of 11-year-old Rosalie
CEnTEUTOWX 1. T. A. KEN.
DEItH INTERESTING I'ROCIIUM
MIW. OUIE D.
a most pirl.ted discussion reviving
the old ' Shakespere-Bacon chestnut.
Miss Elizabeth Marks, Louisville,
was a most appreciated visitor. Miss
Lettlo 'Murks entertains the club
VTj. u 1 t III 1 t
who pleaded guilty at noon today to. .
1. T. A. INHT.UX.T10N
Sunday with Mr. Heflln's grand- Shanty, was sentenced by Judge j
mother. Mrs. Kate Stroud, who Is at John Vauderwerp in Circuit Court, At yi next regular meeting of the
the homo of her daughter, Mrs. this afternoon to from thirty Ave to local Parent-Teacher Association,
U..n-U DlutlAn fiiWhv kllUM I 111 1111:4011 111 Mil t 111 ItlS tt llM huM t 1 II. IU
Mr. and Mra. Spurlla "Moore have State penitentiary at Marquette. . College auditorium, the recently (p Herald,
Ceutertown Parent-Teacher Asso
ciation met Oct. 27th. An Interest
ing program was given by the school,
the subject being prohibition. A
large crowd was la attendance and
the program was acclaimed success.
Our membership has been greatly in
creased and the future of our P, T.
A. looks -encouraging.
MARGARET BENTON. See.
A housekeeper, see, SALLE E
Nov. , at the SHEET METAL WORKS. Next door
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On Tuesday, October 31, a num
ber of friends and relatives of Mr.
and Mrs. Odle D. Harper, gathered
at the home of Rev. and Mrs. R. T.
Harper, of near Hartford and sur
prised Mrs. Odle Harper by bringing
their well-filled baskets with good
thing to eat In honor of her 19th.
birthday anniversary. In the after
noou a kitchen shower was given
Mr. and Mrs. Odie Harper, who have
just recently married. More Jhan
two hundred present were glveu
and were greatly appreciated by the
recipients. All present had a most
eujoyable day. . The pupils of Mr.
Harper's school were present to par
take of the bounteous feast.
CAT DIES SANS WILL
T TO $S5,000 ESTATE
Boston, Nor, t. A cat having
died, f t5.000 Is . thrown into - the
courts for disposition. Eighteen
year ago mTj Ellen F. Barnard left
her estate id trust tor hr pets-
seven cats, two dogs, two -canarlea,
a parrot, and a cockatoo. "Mewsy.'i
a cat, survived all.
PEOPLE FOlt WHOM THE BEST
IS NONE, TOO GOOD
Are always the most enthusiastlo
concerning the excellence of our
DRY C'LKANLN'Q AND
We have one of the most efficient
In the country. Furs transformed In
to the mode very quickly. Men's and
women's garments altered In' any
way desired. , '''
We dye fur skins and remodel
them in any way.
Wo tailor make men's or ladles'
suits, 900.00 op. Latest Style.. Wo
pay railroad fare o ovejT cus
tom made suit ordered from us. '
Send goods parcel post. We hare
, THE TEASDALH CO. "
0&5-4.T Waluut Street
ftncljuutU, Ohio. . p
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