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THE HARTFORD HERALD
Mrs. Nathaniel Hudson la ill at
ber borne on Washington Street, city.
Just to -sap
NEW JEWELRY arriving- very
day at TAPPAN'S Jewelry Store.
Beaver Dam, Ky.
Gives its patrons for
Mr. L. E. Charlet, of Llvermore,
was In Hartford Tuesday, of last
I want your HIDES.
, D. L. D. SANDEFUR,
!46tf . Beaver Dam, Ky.
-v six pairs in a winsimas box
GUARANTEED NO HOLES -6 MONTHS
TVTO DOUBT your minds are now
turning toward Xmas, and that
you are already thinking of your
f friends and just what you will give
them. Our store is brimful of sug
gestions, and the time is short.
Don't let it slip up on you. Take
our advice and buy early.
Our Big Xmas Circular will reach
you in a few days, giving you a de
tailed account of what you will see,
when you visit us.
Anticipating your presence, and
thanking you in advance,
Messrs. S. W., James H. and E.
B. Anderson, of Owensboro, were in
Hartford on business Saturday.
FLOUR- Garden best, 1 per
sack. W. A. HIMES, Hartford.
Capt. S. K. Cox, city, was a wel
come Visitor at this office yesterday
CANDIES, NUTS, FRUITS of all
kinds at DEVER BROS., Hartford,
Buy a good Wellington Pipe at
TATE'S. They are the best at a
cheaper cost. 4 8-tt
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bean, city,
were the recent week-end guests of
relatives at Dundee.
Take your beef hides to L. L.
LEACH, Hartford, Ky., and get the
cash for them. 49-lt
Mrs. J. R. Pirtle-f Hartford, spent
Friday and Saturday In Owensboro
as the guest of relatives.
FOR COAL HEATERS, Cook
Stoves and Ranges go to
49-t ACTON BROS.
Great bargains at the Ohio Coun
ty Drug Company's sale 4th. to 10th.
See their ad in this issue.
TATE has tue best prices In town
on Cigarettes of all kinds. Buy them
by the pack or carton from him. 48-tf
Messrs. Alfonzo Decker, of Rock
port, and Herman Decker, of Para
dise, were"in Hartford Wednesday,
Thursday, December 7th,
A great MYSTERY story, filled with wonder' thrills, written by
Margaret Preston Montague, and stars
One Show, 7:30 o'clock.
Friday and Saturday, Dec. 8th and 9th,
Direct from a season's sensational run on Broadway, New York.
i4'4'4'4,,i4" ! F0R WAGON COVERS, see
O Oi49-2t ACTON BROS.
O LOCAL DASHES O
Mr. C. B. Howard, who Is in the
employ of the Bond Bros. Tie Co.,
In Alabama, spent Thanksgiving
with his family here.
Judge George S. Wilson, of Owr
ensboro, was a welcome visitor at
The best and freshest Meats and
Groceries. W. A. HIMES, Hartford. thu offlce Wednesday,
Have plenty of screened coal on
hand at all times.
ELLIS ICE CO.,
49-4t Hartford, Ky.
The Ohio County Drug Company
?s puttine on a sale 4th. to 10th
See their ad elsewhere in this issue.
Mr. Wayne Midklff, traveli'ij; naies
man for the Brannon Grocery Co.
Owensboro, was in Hartford, Monday.
Mrs. B. B. Collins, city, is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. H. L. Hoover,
and Mr. Hoover, of Central City.
Master Billle Ranney, son of Coun
ty Clerk Guy Ranney, is visiting his
aunt, Mrs. Willard Lake, of McHenry
These suits tire handsomely
tailored mikI are made of all
wool fabrics. For style an
' well as service they have no
equal. Come In and try some
' on. No trouble to show you.
We can prove to you the best
suits you ever bought at
These are good warm all
wool rout in muny shades of
brown, gray and tan. Hand
tailored mid made to fit and
look right. If you Intend buy.
ing a rout this seusou do not
fall to see our line, at . .
If It's men's furnishing
you want, we have it. Good,
warm underwear, sweaters,
coat, rulnt'oats. Kxcluslvo
showing of hats, raps, shirts,
neckwear, hosiery of all kinds,
mufflers and all kinds of tenth
The Greatest Triumph of real American Life. The most marvelous,
human, tenderly appealing story ever screened.
that Greatest most charmingly delightful impersonator of the
Real Human Mother.
Many people have nuked a repeat of "Over The 11:11" but instead they are giving you '.vhiit ex
pert critics say is
THK CI.KAXEST, FINEST, MOST ItKAl'TlFCL I'K TcY.K OK TDK WOKl.l). Certainly a Great
Improve over "Over The Hill."
Everybody should see It. It will live in beautiful memories your whole life. We believe you
will love your children more and life will be happier and sweeter with its example before you, and
that every child will be more respectful and mindful and tenderly watchful of its parent.
Oh! The human tenderness, the human frailty, the human neglect and the human reparation
that we see in this great picture!
It will make you laugh It will make you cry In the tnd we believe It will make you and your
family and your community better. '
Don't allow the weather to keep you or any member of your family away. If you are a
preacher, a Sunday School teacher or a teacher In the schools try to get all those under you to come,
it will do them good. It will help you in your work.
To give all the school children In the county an opportunity to see this great picture they will
put the first show on Friday at 5:30 and at this show they will pass every child In school up to
and including the 8th grade at 20c and eyery child who was on the honor roll through the month
of Nov. a free pass upon such certificate from his teachrr. They will put upon the screen the uume
of every honor student who attends.
Second show starts at 8:00 o'clock. Adults 30c. Children 20c.
Saturday, one show, Btarts 7 o'clock, admission adults 30c children 20c. Remember everyone
not more than pleased is asked to stop at the box office aud get his money back. Come early and
try to get in.
Mr. O. It. Venerable, of Center
town, is visiting his family at South
Mr. C. B. Howard, of Decatur,
Ala., spent several days with his
family here, recently.
CD C 17 ?8 are lv!"8 awav a new CD C C
r iH,lli Essex touring car. Come r Kr
m nd set particulars. "
Our Holiday St6cks are new and complete. Many
people like to buy early, and for that reason we had
all our goods shipped in early. Place our store on
on your shopping list. , ,
FOIt SALE One upright piano
and one folding bud. 1
MRS. It. T. COLLINS,
49-tf Hartford, Ky
Miss Eva Mae Smith, who is teach-1 Mr. John Allen Wilson, of Mem
school at Herbert, near Whltesville, ! phis, Teiin., apent last weekend
Is home this week on account of, with his parent:.. Mr. and Mrs. John
B. Wilson, city.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Hoover, of i .Mr. and Mrs. Halve V. Powell, of
Central City, spent Thanksgiving In- Koven, Ky., visited Mr. and Mrs.
with Mrs. Hoover's parents, Mr. and Herbert Chinn. and oilier relutives
Mrs. 11. B. Collins, city.
I .Mr. John A. Johnson, manager!
'for Bond Bros., near Decatur, Ala.,
'spent Thanksgiving with his family
, See what you get. Fill your gas
II ' tank with Good Gulf Gasoline at our
WALLACE, TAYLOR A MOKU1H,
Hartford, Ky. 80-tf.
Can furnish you coal a load at a
time to save it slacking in your coal
ELLIS ICE CO.,
49-4t Hartford, Ky.
from Thursday until Sunday.
Whitman's candy, the. best niauV,
any size package ut any price to suit
any taste or for any occasion at
JIM TATE'S. Try a box. You'll
like it. 48 tt
Opposite Court House.
206 W. Third St.
Master Joseph and Beverly Mil
ler, ions of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T.
Miller, Hartford, left Thursday for
New Orleans to visit their grand
father, Mr. B. C. Caldwell. They r-'
turned born Monday night.
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'undies ('hewing Gum
Head Lettuce, Etc.