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title: 'The Hartford herald. (Hartford, Ky.) 1875-1926, December 06, 1922, Image 8',
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THZ HARTFORD HZR4LD
KR.H. HALLIE ANN mi'VTt
DIM Of SENILITY
CMnv Sallio Ann Shults d'nit at the
home of her son, Prof. Ozna Shultt,
noar Hartford, yesterday morn ng At
8 o'clock of Infirmities due to her
advanced age. she being in her
ightf-ftfth year. Mr. Shult was
the daughter of John and Nellie
Marker) Lesch and tho ,i:dow of
the latn Matthias N. H'.ulti, with
whom she lived in happy wedlock for
fifty-one years, he having preceded
her lin death by only about eight
year. The deceased lady had been
a consistent member of the Method
list Church for over seventy years
and had lived a I fe of Christian
usefulness. She is survived by three
Hons, Rev. O. M. Shults, of Princo
ton; Rev. E. K. Shult, of Natchi
tocbc.H, La., and Prof. Shultz, of
Hartford. Two daughters, Avllla,
who marrfed 1 Sherman Coleman, of
Prentiss, and Cesna, who never mar
r'ed, preceded their mother In death.
Mrs. Shultz Is also survived by a
number of nieces and nephews and
more remote relatives.
Funeral arrangements have not
The bereuved family have our sin
cere sympathy in the great loss.
HAHTFOKIt WOMAN'S CLUB
On Saturday, December 2, the
Woman's Club held its banner meet
ing of the quarter with its new mem
ber, Mrs. It. D. Walker. The after
noon wan devoted to the life and
works of Charlotte Bronte. The
feature of the program was Mrs.
Rowan Holbrook's story of Jane
Eyre. She told the story in the
first person and only as Mrs. Hoi
brook can. As the ladies sat breath
less in the mellow glow from the
logs upon the hearth, they indeed
heard the thr.ling voice of Jane as
she answered, "I am coming, I am
coming." Miss Semple, of Ken
tucky, was the third in the Great
Women Series, which is being stud
ied by the Club. The next meeting
will be on the 9th. with 'Mrs. John
The Ladies' Aid Society are get
ting up a play for Xmas to be given
at the Church.
Mrs. II. M. Downey and sons aud
Miss Versia Newcomh spent Friday
and Saturday with their auut, Mrs.
Bessie Patton, near Taffy.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Allen and
children speut Sunday afternoon
with Mr. Ellis Allen and family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Travis aud son,
of Hartford spent Saturday aud Sun
day with his mother, Mrs. Albert
Parks. Also Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Nicolson, of Kurkols, Ky., were the
guo.-,U of Mr,. Parks recently.
Mr. and U, Aubrey Newcomb, of
near llarttord visited his parents,
Mr. aud Mrs. W. F. Nuwcomb lust
week and went bird hunting.
Miss Opal Funk entertained a few
of the younger set at her home near
liere Thursday night with a candy
pulling and carpet ball windug. Mr.
Cecil llri.stuw won the prize for the
neatest wouud ball.
The debate held Friday night of
last week was quite a success.
THE CHRISTMAS STORE!
Aisle after aisle of gifts has been arranged
for you. Distinctive merchandise, for
every age, for every preference and to
meet individual whims and hobbies find
ing just the "right thing" for somebody
that is the principal thing in gift-giving,
and in this Christmas store you will find
displays so conveniently arranged that
with very little "shopping" you will find
one happy suggestion after another.
S. W. ANDERSON CO.
OWENSBORO. Where Courtesy Reigns. RKENTUCKY
MRS. GLENN ENTERTAINS
liA DIES' SOCIAL CLl'B
Thanksgiving evening Mr. aud
Mrs. Reubcu West entertained a
few of their many friends. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Horab, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Uritt and
laughter; Mr. aud Mrs. J. P. Hubdy,
Mr. aud Mrs. Bert Gilstrap, Mrs.
Minnie Borah and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. L. T. Davis and daughters;
Mrs. Virgo DeWeese, Mrs. R. T.
Dunn and children; Mr. and Mrs.
French West aud children; Mr. and
IMrs. Kui'ic Uritt and baby; Misses
Siua Jaruugin aud Kuth Shields and
Mr. Hubert West. The children
played games, while the women
itiado candy aud then we had both
instrumental and vocal music. All
reported a nice time.
Guy Cecil Rauney was playing In
the barn loft at Mr. Harrison Flen
er's and fell aud cut his head.
, We now have new pews In our
church and have Prayer meeting
each Wednesday night. We also
hope to start a Sunday School by
the first of the year.
MILLER LA MHtl'M
Mrs. J. S. Glenn delightfully enter
tained the Hartford Ladies' Social
Club at her home on Walnut Street
lust Wednesday afternoon from 2:30
to 5 o'clock. A u umber of enjoya
ble games of progressive rook were
played after which a most appetizing
luncheon was served. Mrs. Glenn's
gracious hospitality was enjoyed by
a majority of the members of the
club aud the following honor guests:
Mrs. A. V. Goodin, Charleston, Mo.;
Mesdames Goebel G. Crowe and Mc
Dowell A. Fogle, city.
The public is hereby notified that
I will not be responsible for any
debts incurred by my wife from this
49-ltp Hartford, Ky.
Miss Emma U. Miller, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller, of the
Uoshen neighborhood, and Mr. Alva
Laudruui, of Itotkport, were unite!
In marriage at the Hartford Method
ist Parsonage last Wednesday, Rev.
T. T. Kraser, the pastor, officiating.
We Join their many other friends
In wishing for these worthy and
popular youug people the utmost
The Hartford Herald, fl.BO the yea
PEOPLE FOR WHOM THE BEST
IS NONE TOO GOOD
Are always the most enthusiastic
concerning the excellence of our
DRY CLEANING AND
We have oue ot the most efficient
In the country. Furs transformed In
to the mode very quickly. Men's and
women's garments altered In any
We dye fur skins and remodel
them In auy way,
We tailor nutke nieu's or ladles'
suits, f.10.00 up. Latest styles. W
pay 93.50 railroad fare on every cos
torn made suit ordered from us.
Send goods parcel post. We have
THE TEASDALB CO.
925427 Walnut Street
For the Rest of This Week!
Our bargain tables will be loaded with articles at to J off regular prices.
Below are some of our many bargains:
Pine, Tar and Cherry Pectoral was 30c, now 20c
Infants' White Pine Cordial was 30c, now 20c
Syrup White Pine Compound was 30c, now 80c
Dr. Shoops Cough Syrup was 25c, now ....15c
Ballards Horehound Syrup was 25c, now 20c
Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam was 25c, now Oc
Drake's Glessco Cough Syrup was 50c, now .44c
Porter's Pain King and Ointment H price
Turpo Ointment was 50c and 25c, now 40c and 20c
Klmosan Oil was 25c, now ', . . . 18c
Japanese Oil was 60c, now . . . . , i 50c
Hill's Specific was 25c, now...., ...18c
PetroMenta Ointment was 25c, now I5c
Kolynos Tooth Paste was 30c, now '. ..! .25c
Palm Olive Soap 3 cakes for ,. 25c i
Brames Vapo-Mentha Salve 15c, 2 for , . 25c
Salts and Sulphur 10c pound, 3 lbs. for '. 25c i
Avalon Farm Remedies ...... H price'
Columbia Records -. 95c each or S for 91.75
Toilet Goods, Powders, Rouges, Creams, all reduced.
Many other articles on sale too numerous to mention.
OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO., Hartford, Ky.