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We avo receiving this week
some extra fine Coats that we
consider unusual values. If
you are interested iu a good
garment at a low price, do
not fail to investigate our
Besides these, we are offer
ing out of our regular stock
some special prices on
Coats, Suits and Dresses
Friday and Saturday
a 25 per cent
any dress in our
Gertrude Schlemmef, city,: Mr. McDowell A. Fogle U In Lonls-
was the recent guest of Mrs. Edgar
Fowler and Mr. Fowler, of Central
Dr. A. B. Riley, city, was in Chat
tanooga, Tenn., last week In attend
ance at the Southern Medical
rllle this week.
Mr. E. J. Shlvely, of Beaver Dam,
was a welcome caller at this office
' Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Beaver Dnm, werethe recent week
end guoBts of Mr. and Mrs. E. II
Ass'o- 606 onlrkly relieves folds and I.a-
Grippe, Constipation, Biliousness and
- j Headaches. 47-lSt
Render, of .
Mr. and Mrs. John "Miller, of
Cromwell, were pleasant callers at
! this office, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond PhllliDs.
city, are tne parents or a nne, mus viciniiy, was an
twelve-pound boy, born Thursday, taller, Tuesday.
Mr.1 Henry Gilliam, of New Boy-
THE IDEAL THEATER,
BEAVER DAM, KY.,
has learned, that for the present, the people wont Western, Real West
ern, filled with action, with heroes, clonn, puro, and as white as snow,
carrying oat a real purpose with human Interest, daring and thrills, frea
from the Improbable or artlflclul. It takes the bent Authors, Directors,
Actors and much money to get the very best "Up-to-lhe-Minu!e" produc
tions. It takes very little more of your time or money to see the very
bunt than to see the common, and old.
This week they glvo you two of the very bent Western ntnrs on the screen
and their newest and, FOX snys, their best productions.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett, of Cen-
fllrs. A. W. Wins, city, spent last trnl City, were guests of Hartford
week in Owensboro, the guest of reiatives last week,
her sister, Mrs. Warren Mills, and
"Mrs. C, M. Barnett, city, spent
from Monday to Wednesday of last
week, with relutlvcj in the Nocreek
.Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Blankenshlp
will leave this morning to spend the
winter in Jacksonville and other
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fuqua, of
Louisville, are the guests of Mr.'Fu
qna's parents, R :v. and Mrs. R. E.
Miss Bessie 'Morton returned, to
Louisville Wednesday, after spend-
in;; ' several days in Hartford, the
Kuust of friends.
Mr. A. E. Pate went to Lexington,
Tuesday, to vUit his daughter, Miss
Martha Carolyn, who Is a student in
the University of Kentucky.
Miss Lizzie Miller, of Central City,
was the guest of her brother. Mr.
I Joe T. Miller, and Mrs. Miller, from '
Sunday night -until Tuesday mornng.
Thursday, Nov. 23rd
WILLI AM r LHSELL
Saturday, Nov. 25th
"LJtll- of S Juan "
Remember theso are both Westerns full of action and thrill, j
but as pure and clean as the new born babe.
Each night a Bran New comedy, alone worth the full price of
admission or money cheerfully refunded.
7: o'clock AI .l.Won. SOr.
Come early and get a seat just where you want It. They ar?
going to try hard to have seats for everybody.
Mr. E. C. Puto, of Benton, 111.,
was the guest of h s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Pate, Boaver Dam, sever-
al days last week.
Some special -winter styles are now in stock.
See ua at once, as we are offering some big
values at a low price.
Mr. and .Mrs. E. M. Woodward and
little son, Ernest Jr., of Louisville,
were guests of relatives In Hartford
the first of lust week.
FOUND Sum of money; loser
can get same at Herald ofllce by de
scribing money and amount and
paying for this advertisement.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Fbrman and
little son, Fayburn Barrett, were
guests of Mr. Forman's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Forman, within the.
past few days.
Herbert Midklff has sold his home
in the old Fair Grounds to Mr. James
Bennett, and has purchased tho
homo of Raymond Phillips, on Bon
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hoover. Hart-
I ford, left Friday for Elizabcthtown,
' where they were the guests of Mr.
Hoover's brother, Mr. Loney Hoover
and Mrs. Hoover, until Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Pettle, Hickman,
Ky., and Mrs. W. H. Albrltton, May
field, Ky., are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. 0. T. Burns, Hartford.
I Mrs. Sidney Williams and little
I daughter, Mildred Elizabeth, city,
I have returned from Luzerne, where
they were the guests of Mrs. Wil-
Hams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R.
I Hall. ar
Mrs. G. V. Henry, Madlsonville,
Route 3, visited her sister, Mrs.
Sadie Williams, last week. Their
mother, Mrs. Claude Vannoy, Madl
sonville. Route 3. arrived Thursday
and accompanied Mrs. Henry home.
Mr. E. G. Barman, who has been
appointed appraiser for the Federal
Land Bank, of Louisville, left for
that city last Wednesday, to ix.stinmo
his duties In connection tbrewilb.
WE REPAIR STOVES If you
have a Heater, Cook Stove, Ran bo
or Furnace out of order we can re-p-iir
It for you. It makes no differ
ence what make, we can secure anr
part for you. Have 'en: put in or
der before cold weather.
SALLEI2 SHEET METAL WORKS,
. THANKSGIVING DINNER re
quirements can be found in a bund-
'anco at ACTON BROS., Hartford,
Ky. These include celery, cranber-
! riB3' nut9' ia "'' " ' i will .tart to buying
fruits such as dates, ligs. currants. ' . , ...
citron, oranges, lemons, bananas and
Dr. and Mrs. A. U. Pate and sons.
Alvia Smith oml ErnKt HnrnM nf Rev. Sherman Riggs, of Beaver
tj I..! 1 1 .. . t-.- ! Dam. wlln hold n' rovlvnl nf thrna
. i . i n ..... ivuaatjiivinc. rc o Kut-aia ui ill. -
turned last Tuesday morning frorS a'Pate'8 Parcnts- lr- and W'in.' "'V
, - j i-aie. weaver uam. tne nrst or last u.uvo, v.uou lUu Kmn-i
have a car
here to commence to load by the
15th. I will pay the highest market
price for turkeys and alt other poul
try. CLARENCE C. LEE,
Beaver Dam, Kj.
ville, Louisville and Frankfort.
O LOCAL DASHES O
Only 27 more days until Xmas. Do
your shopping early.
Mr. Ben Gentry. and daughter,
Minnie, were gueiits of M: Gentry's
daughter. Mrs. Geo. Asking, and Mr.
Apples. Oranges. Bananas, Grapes, ; AM fi.0M Pr,d unU, 8undn
Monday night, tho 13th. Thcte were
17 additions to the church at Ham-J
iin's Chapel and 15 additions to tho
COAL FOP? SALE
Dr. J. S. Bean, of Horse Branch,
was In Hartford Wednesday.
When In town drop into HEG'S
tor a bowl of Good Soup. 46tf.
Mr, Elijah Thomas has accepted a
position with the Herald office.
The best and freshest Meats and
Ojoceries. W. A. HIMES, Hartford.
600 Cures Maiai-ia, Chills and Fev
er, Dengue or Bilious Fever. 4715t
Celery, Head Lettuce at all times at
. Messrs. A. B. Crant and Grover
Free, of Shreve, were in Hartford on
FOR RENT Pool Room and three
Pool Tables. Address
DR. L. B. BEAN.
46tf Hartford, Ky.
Mr. J. O. Wallace and sons,
Hughes and Elwood, of Central City,
i arrived Monday to spend several
days with Mr. end Mrs. S. T. Barnett.
OWENSBORO WAGONS are rec
ognized as the best. See our line
before buying. ACTON, BROS.,
47-2t Hartford, Ky.
'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foreman nnd
little son. of Hazard, Ky., arrived ! Cedar Grove church.
in Hartford F:i;l
ten days us tho guests of Mr. Fore
man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P
Coal for nt the
ck Hill Mir.:li miles
p n mAH.i i I'iirmi i.'itiu ni rim rnnnr i . f vo on n.
J , iu opcuu auuui v- . .
munlty, held a minting ut tho Coun- cast OT MartTOra.
MeKRrs. M. L.. Heuvrln and F. G.
Big Thanksgiving dinner given hy ; BnrraiiS c. aud E. M. WooJward,
Louisville, were in Prairie, Miss., on
business, several days recently.
P. T. A., Rockport, Ky. Come and
eat all the tufkey you want for only
We will have a car of salt In a
few days. See us for salt. Get our
I prices. W. E. ELLIS & BRO.
i 45-tC Hartford, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gillespie and
children, Mrs. A. W. Mills and Alias
Gusiiue Mills, s;teut Sunday with
'Mrs. Mill3 daughter, Mrs. Timor
! Westerfleld, and Mr. Westerfield, of
Hartford Route 2.
COLD WEATHER IS HERE One
of the necessities of life is warmth.
We have a full line of Coal Heaters,
Wood Heaters, Coal buckets and
shovila. ACTON BROS.,
47-2t Hartford, Ky.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Tappan, Hart
ford, returned from Louisville last
Wednesday where they had been on
business tInco the preceding Suuday.
ty Alms house during the revival.
A. R. C-
S10,0By FUiSfeL. POSTPONED!
&The School Basket Ball team has
started practice. Lookout championship.-
Mrs. William Keene, of Shreve, is
dangerously ill of hemorrhage of
the lungs. J
Mrs. R. B. Culley, of Stanley, is
tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. L.
G. Barrett, who has been quite ill
during the past several days.
'Mrs. D. B. Hancock and little
daughter, Cozie Ellen, who had been
i the guests of Mrs. Hancock's par
lents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie,
Misses Florence Nelson and Mi!- city' for the Di,8t 8fjvera days, have
died Stevenson, city, spent the week- re l luelr nomo la uownng
end in Evansvllle, and with Miss Greeu-
Dr. and Mrh. E. B. Pendleton, city,
spent a day or two last week in
Removed Metal Roofing for Bale,
two grades; (1.00 and $1.60 per
square, at Equity factory, Hartford,
See FOSTER BENNETT.
parents, near Henderson,
'Fresh Oysters, Pork Brains, Pork
Sausage, fresh and smoked, Pork
Chops at HEG'S. 46tf
Mrs. Sep McCoy left yesterday to
be the guest of her grandmother,
Mrs. Sarah Bennett, and other Ow
ensboro relatives until Friday.
Nanz I-'lornl Company, Owens
horo, Ky., Fuueral work a Specialty.
Western Kentucky's old reliable
florists, Mrs. J. I. Goodman, Com
mercial Hotel, agent for Hartford,
Miss Mary France, of Cincinnati,
Ohio, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Smith, of Ujshenor.
Mr. Goebel Wilson, who was injur
ed in an auto accident two , weeks
ago, is able to be out again.
Miss Capltola Fisher, of Evans-
, vllle, Ind., is a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
L. L. Newcomb, of the Washington
Mrs. Noble Batrd and three child
ren have returned to their home In
Central City, after spending a week,
in ..Hartford, the guests of Mrs.
Baird's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
Bennett, and other relatives.
Wo regret that we made au
erroneous statement in our last is
sue to the effect that Dr. A. B. Riley,
Hartford, had taken his son, John
C, to Chattanooga for the purpose
of having his toujils removed. The
young mau did not accompany his
father, who wont to the Tennessee
city to attend the Southern Medical
' FOR SALE Oregon drop bead
sewing machine. MRS. A. B. ROWE,
Centertown, Ky. 47-ltp
Attorneys J. F. Gooch aud C.
Fowler, of Madlsonville
Hartford on business
were welcome callers at this office.
We are now wanting Thanksgiv
ing turkey1;. We buy eggs and poul
try every day In tlie year. Highest
cafch prices paid.
W. E. ELLIS & BRO..
4S-it Hartford, Ky.
Miss Susie May, city, is nursing
Mrs. J. H. Kuykendall, who has been
quits ill at her home in Centertown.
I want your HIDES.
D. L. D. BANDEFUR.
4Jtf Beaver Dam, Ky.
- Bee what you get. Fill your gus
auk with Good Gulf Gusoliue at our
WALLACE, TAYLOR MORRIS,
Hartford, Ky. 80-lf.
Mrs. Eiulllne Renfrow, of Spring
Lick, is making an extended visit
with her daughter, Mrs. L. L. New-
comb, and - family, and other rela
tives of the Washington country.
Mr. and Mrs. Torrence Davidson
and daughters, Mrs. Mae Withers
and Mrs. Chad. Green, of Yeuman,
Ky., Mr. and Mis. Luther Hopper
and family, and 'Mr. and Mrs. J.
t Ru.well Brown, of Rockport, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ranuey, '
Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Duvld
: son is a civil war veteran, having '
served in the 4th. Ky. Cavalry, andv
Is now 73 years of age. He has
I voted for evory Dumuzrutic candidate .
! for president since Coo. B. McClel
lau, except Horace Greely.
Monday a A Tuesday, Ntv. 27ih
Mr. J. Fine, who was loli.-ive ronrtnctt'l ti e 10.0:50
sale of Fur Couts, Cnpep, Wrips, Clickirs ninl Neck
pieces for t:Ai:SO it CO . Nov. 2lt ar.rt 2i'n.l, f;iici
to arrl"e on account of illi s-, but he cr Kerne other
elliciciit fi:r siilcbiiKi'i will i-hik net the title Moi.rby
and Tuewiay. Nov. and L'SlIi.
will have some remarkable itlucs to sdiow
Come Iu and fee then..
CARSON & CO.,
Mr- ymn wit iiw
The bird season Is now In full
swing and we are glad to announce
J that no one has been killed or serl
'ously injured. We hope it will con-
r. r MS v. . mmrn V
I fim oll; iq nunurea acre
farm adjacent to Hartford; seveuty-
Ave acres cleared; about 35 acres
bottom land; 50
For your Xmas Gifts this year see
the finest line of Watches, Diamond b!e timber; two dwellings, barn
nne Muddy Creek !tutky'
, . i
(SECOND ANNUAL SALE
Of Shorihorn and Polled Durham Cat
tle fnd 50 Roistered Big Type
Poland China Sows, Boars and Gihs.
Good steers are high. Good bulls ::in le i cciired here at bargain prices.
Ruuu the right Kind.
C'terninent .;i.r ; su w pure b d hogs beat scrubs 3D. 3 per cent aa
money niakora. This is greuteat lot of bows ever offered iu Western Ken-
Master Elvis Smith Fate, of Rus- tiuue thus,
ollville, Ky., was the recent week- i.
end guest of bis uncle, Mr. A. E. MONEY TO LEND On farm land
Pate, and Mrs. Pate, of Hartford. in a high state of cultivation, where
i I the coal rights have not been sold,
v We will pay you the highest cash at B H Per cent, on easy terms.' See
Vive for rabbits after Nov. 16th. I GRIFFITH REALTY CO..
W. E. ELLIS ft BRO., I Masonic Building, Owensboro, Ky.
Rings aud all sorts of Jewelry at
NICK T. ARNOLD, Jeweler.
Masonic Temple, Owensboro, Ky.
Hartford, Ky. 4-tf.
Rev. C. C. Daves, of Beaver Dam,
closed a successful revival of three
weeks, at Independence Baptist
church, the 11th. There were 20
' additions to the church.
outbuildings; about forty acres . y 7 7 '
fenced; improvements In fair coudi- Sale will be held at our farm J miles north of Glen Doan and I miles
tions. To be sold to settle estate; j South of HardluBburg. Good train sorvice. Good auto service, free
possession February 1, 1923; price luncn Bt noon. free conveyance to end from farm. Come and see what
right; reasonable terms. An excel-lW9 are ioiBg tor Dotter livestock. Liberal terms to parties desiring time,
lent opportunity tor one who wants, rnl ,n,vukxt .
a combination of the advantage, of hM C0L' IQ"-"EART, Auctions.
V V a. us was va iua'iuwvt mum vsa
W. R. MOORMAN ft SON, Glen Dean. Ky.
fc. . .i. . COL IGLEHEART, Autioaart
town and country. Apply at Herald
Offlcs for further particulars.