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THE HARTFQRD . HERALD
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HARTFORD, KY WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1922.
IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO day, the guest of Ms parents, Mr. imt, and Mrs. Roy Barnhill, dry, ents at Frankfort, visited her son,
'' LOCAL DASHES O and Mrs. T. B. Frailer. spent several days in St. Lous last Mr. Robert Mason, and Mrs. Mason,
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI ' week. at Lexington. She returned home
Hartford merchants report their
'Christmas trade this year the best ex- j
! LEAVER DAM NEWS end with relatives. In this vie nlty.
Mr. E. H. Maddox. of West Provl
dence, was the recent guest of his pertenced In years,
sister, Mrs. Celeste B. wnite, or. Hart
the first of last week.
Masters Levi Wilson and Ferdl- of Hartford
nand Pirtle are in the Prentiss corn-
Mr Rnv Rpnnett. nf Akrnn. Ohio.
Is spending the holiday with his pit. v. E. HEAVItlX
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. IS. Bennett,
I .ir. Arnoia nines moveu to .an
burg, Monday to make his future
'Duuth Angel has been a visitor .u Born to the wife of Gums Sharp
this vie nity. Samuel Paxton d ed at Dec. loth, a girl. Mo'her und babe
(Bv W. R. Chapman)
j During the present week
Mr. Earl Barnes, of Steubenvllle,' munity, on a "bear hunt.
Ohio, is spending the holidays witn
his parents, Mr. and Mrs., D. H. Bar
KEIHOl'SLY WOt'NDKI) h- daughter's home in the Sulphur doing nicely,
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Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Burns went
to Owennboro, Friday to visit Mr
Mr. Andrew Kine. of Owensboro.
Is the holiday guest of his daughter, ' nett, and Mr. Barnett
Mrs. E. Crabtree, and Mr. Crabtree
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( tnaries c. rieavriu, if. u. o., ui p"'"b " wimo.... .. ......
.Mr Orion Wallarn and famllv. of I nnluvi'iu wu hnt in hl nffliu In years old. He was born and lived
Central City, are the guests of Mr. Louisville Monday, of the present his long Ufa on the farm where he
n inace moiner, mrs. o. i. oar- weoK, wnile aoing aeniai wort lor u.cu. ii .3 mit,ttru uj jiij ..,
J r....l. I l.n ,n,l r.,,u ilonvhlOT POimmeni. Bl i'W IHMIK'l, rtlllUKiy.
me w.ie 01 me iiiuii, umiuni ti . ...... -"
erhv. n I.m.i.vlllB Tobacco Broker. Mrs: Ben Reed, bo.h living near the Those of this place, who delivered
(Left Over From Ln8t Week)
Rev. E. S. .Moore fll.ed h ap-
tjruy, tt IjUlliHVIHC iuut.i.u UlUlirti ....... . ....... - ,
Mr tfaMl PnrV nf Pentrnl Pltv. Aij .v, .i. a s oiihra nlrt hnimmte.nil. IIb Is also survived tobucro at Owensboro, were Messr '
Ell and R. W. Crowe, Gum P tmai..
to OwenBDoro, Jvnaay to visit itir. Miss uussye Dtjuueu, ui itiuui-, Buuut nvm rnu uiui. uimki i. automatic p siui was uneu, me una- ......
... r, in T. I I. Jl.. .. L.1I. U...J ..nnt n .i.l.r , t tt l l .U- InlsrH 111 Pntlnn l.lirV. R. F. HIKIhOII Al)llle JdllV.
and Mrs. Boms. I days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. B. Tappan, and Dr. Tappaa. men, penetrating his Intestines. The Ing ground Saturday afternoon by M sa El'.a Crowe und niece, littl.i
S. E. Bennett, City. I 'cartridge shell failed to eject and the side of his companion who had W Margaret Crowe, were nhnp-
Miss Em'lie Bell, who is teaching Messrs. Paxton Casebler, of Bcav- ony one ghot wa8 flred. Bluckerby preceded htm to the grave several l,!nB 111 Owensboro. Monday ai!
at Lewlsburg, is - spending the holl-( (MV. and Mrs. Homer Blandford, of er Dam, and O. W. Allen, of Beaver WBg arrested and placed uirder bond, yeurs ugo. j ruesday.
rtou. with har rmrnntn. iMr. and Mrs. nwnnahnrn. nnnnt the week-end with Dam. Route 3. were among our ap-. Tim miiv uintement in far inndii. ' Mrs. Martha Taylor, wife of Les- '. iIr- Ji ''"uctt and family, Mr.
fm n . . . T. . . J . . . . HJmoi VI Panlit... nvnAn.. .alio., lout lOlll
Sam Bell, of Buford.
the latter's sister, Mrs. E. Crabtree, predated callers last week
and Mr. Crabtree.
i 1 lie OUiy BiaieillUUl 8U Itir UIUUU, .ma. .nuiiuu jm.ui, " v..
. . . . . .. ,1- ... i Worth Ilrown. W'.tu and diiiitli er.
was by tne wounueu man ana 10 iu-s ue iayiur, u.eu u uw uume .u u-
I H . . if Tftiuui.n uiiiml ntiil.'iv uitli Mr
" effect that he had gone to a cabinet ver nam, r.uay nignt oi moon -
Jiinsn W H. Barnes, accompanied Miss Leila Glenn, Instructor In . nMa a inHtniment to use on oolHoninn. She is survived by her ull(1 JIrH- Robert Hudson.
. . a m 1 j IT...U U.1....I. ' cnnt. in hc r.iii.ui mtv Tiicrh . . . . i i ........ ..... .i ...... i, .. ' Mr. and Mrs. Vascoe Itard. of
UJ ... 1 O uaillCB "'.J ( iv.uiu.1. " ..... .uu .'. . " , ... - - w nig L .1.11 1( Tt 1 1 If nan ... .Hi- uiiiiMi ' " - ' - , - ' '
. . . . ' . ... . . . .... . l - . , ,1 ...i. u . i . Tftiflin nttellrled Ihe nil
a several days business trip to wasn- DuKehurst, Bpent unnsimas witn inn scnooi, is spenuuig mo uunuujn
. n mi...inw . ' Itfvi n ti .I fra liar naranla fnHftra nnrl ATrH
ington, D. C Thursday.
Miss Mttye Bess Dodson, teacher,
H1Kn the patient, who was in the dental huhband. five sons, two daughters, '" ... ....
...i.t. ... TTuflin n t n rltwl t ho liiMt i tl tr 11 1 Wit'
9 wun tm flmo am mi turn nir ivn lirnlluT-c anil two HlHlcra. Aiiur 1 v
m ' . j i to . . . . . . . . . . . . . i. Itnthnl Kunilnv.
ana Jurs. ner parents, juuge unu ir. j. o. ar0und hcobflerved Dlarkerby stand- lunorai servxea conauciuu ny uev. , '
'ing iu the door of h n oflke, and that W. C. Taylor her remains were in- VIr- J- "t'nry. or .No tmk. at-
!hte waa shot withoct cause. Blacker- tern d in the Sunnyaide burying , " ....v,.. ... v
Messrs. Wlll:e Maddox and Wal- Miss Martha Carolyn Pate, a Jun-
el, Sunday night.
a. .-... .i... n..... iMr. and Mrs. Forrest Hoover, of
meaiaieiy. ur. tieavr.n uiuiiaseu m uu i-mc m m.iuij .j....
. . hn.. .l railed l.ls l.n.th- ver nam has there been as much ' Harnett's Creek, spent the week-end
placed their names upon the Herald ej..ln.law Mr h. D. .Hays and Christmas shopping as there has . with Mrs- Hoover's parents, Mr. and.
. , ,.. t. II . . .. . . ... Mr .Millie .lnllv
suuscripnon i.si jam tc. 'nephew Marion L. Heavrln. H.s loss Been aur;ng me pasi iwo weens.,
in the Van Lear high school, Is Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hoover andi Mr. G. 0. Cook, of Dundee, travel- by and h g wtte tft tne omce im-1 ground Saturday afternoon.
the guest of his parents, Mr. ana child, .were the Christmas guests oi :ng salesman lor Hams, uavis s o., media!eiy. Dr. Heavrln managed to
Mm. John Dodaon. of Sunnydale. un Hnner'n mother. Mrs. E. Crab- of ISashvlrle. was among tnose wno
j : . l ' . ' . . . n.i,h,.nii i iitanoil tliatr ngmoa nnnn
uuniiB iuo uui ua;a. tree, auu ur. tiu"wi
I . .. . . .... ...u .i ,.f,, Miss Frankle Atbcrton, teacher
K-iyODi a. - I ' 'DO v- -ww.- t w . igi IJIUUU Wtta TCI ft1 V 41V U - I'-""" -
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lace Smitn, stuaonra in me iu.ver-tor Cf the university oi iveniutKy,; wr. uienn unsiey, wun iuo mur- jjeca
slty of Kentucky, Lexington, are 8 spending the holidays with her par- chants Wholesale Grocery Co., of ; Trunstuslon of blood, furnished The people of Taylor Mines had 'ral of ht'r uuntl 'Mr- Sue H"",'r
spending the holidays with their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pate. ( Louisville, was the holiday guest of by jIarion L Heavrln, was resorted a Christmas tree that had a thou-.at o'd Buck CreekWednesday.
ents. In McHenry. x h:s parents, Air. ana airs. w. s. una-;to jion,iay night, to save the wound- sand worth of presents on it und
. I Mr. and iMts. Dewey Ward and ley, city, from Friday until Tuesday. e(1 wa,,ig ufe w;th good effect. Oth- there were many that could not be
Mr. Leonard Baker, a student In infant child, of Owensboro, spent j er transfusions have since been placed on the tree because there
the University of Kentucky, Is chrUtmas with Mr. Ward's mother,, PIANO FOR SALE Bargain. Mil- nia(lB. Yesterday. It was said, would was not room.
spending the nouaays wun nis par- Mrs. E. Crabtree, ana ir. traoiree. ton. upright, manogany nn.sn. cost nkeiv 1e tne most critical period, Mr. Everett Chapman ana sou
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker,
of Taylor Mines.
(Left Over From Last Week)
We are having some real winter
1400. now J125. cash or terms. For u .. ...., r,.. r.i,..w..ri w.ir.. nu .m.nt weekn'ml with h's weather here now
. . . ..I... i ...... , . .. M ru Mnr:i 1 1 : 1 1'
Mr. ana Mrs. Aiva ivirK nuu ju- particulars call thought to be about even early yes- father and mother, Mr. ana .Mrs. h.1-
. . . t l ! .. n.ia o ... tlia t. m rTt.'C I .. ..
iani, oi iiYia, iiuum "c.c c. r. u- ixc, 'terday morning. l's (.:napmun.
Tlac. ITtnllla PenrllAtnn. Whll is. riv.wla.mna frnaala nf tha lntter'S EQif riiinili.0 TvV I i . -a Tt .. c nmv I ll...l.tn ..'f.. nn, I
"a. - . VUi(Diiiitia .Mwu.w " . u.tt " " - - j ' i JJr iieavrin is near uu. ne who i iui. tnuum .ujuuu.i, " . ...
employed in Central City, is mother, Mrs. E. Crabtree, and Mr
tho guest of her fatPei, Dr. B. I.. Crabtree.
Pendleton, and Mrs. renaieton, cuy,
during the holidays.
Mrs. Dora .Magan, of th's place.
Is in Owensboro taking chiropractic
Messrs. J. I). Ml Her and Min s
OOm in UlllO LOUUiy, inu is a uioiu- Ullio llilllSiliei, nauiiixu twe to..- j i i
Misses Lurene and Kennedy Col- er of Attorney, M. L. Heavrln. of ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Col- Ki,i,h Slivered tobacco in Owens
llns. of Greenville, and 'Mary War- .,.,, Hurt ford Republican. lier Maddox. ,bo, lh 8 WL',k-
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wilson, of ren Coilins. of Lonlsv lle. were the j ,v,ms i.,.v Daves, who Is teaching MrH- CvM Kal',h :,,,L' Ul,,ph
cuu ...... . I CM vuuiuoi v. w . . -. . i ' - " , i.l 1 MM l. II I V 1 1.1 1 i .i , n uu .a uri.v. 111.1
.. , j t t.ju. .... - .. i. n, Unavrln'd f.hin rnnntv friends . .. . . . ler Arlnne Riient from Mondnv mi-
ualton, ivy., arriveu uero muiiuoyiv noauay guests oi meir parents, .nr.; - ;n the South Carrollto scliool ana
Mr. Walter Ctaddock, a student be the guests of the former's sister, nd 5irg. r. t. Collins, city, from will be gr.evel 10 learn nun iie uie,, Elizabeth, a student 111 "''""'s.iay '" 'r roust u, -ti.
In the University of Kentucky, is Mrg. t. T. Frazier, and Rev. Fraz er, Saturday until to4ay.
. . i
j Monday afternoon about 1:30, at
... .v...- ,t....i,- in. r'..ii....0 ,.t Tlielma miuh n. or siiniiyua:e.
ti.e Norton Inlirmary, us tho result , . j Mr. W . A. Tuul und family, of
r m. iiome ia- wwr.
Mr. Remus M. Red. who was born 'of the Injury above described. The n 0 , Sunnydale. have moved back to tl.e.r
the guest of his parents, Mr. and for several days
urn, ' r'nlw'n Vraddock. McHenry.
' . - --. I Kemus m, rte) u, who wu uuru . j iir. i. i.vue in-i, nit .h-t
..rino. ho hnlldnva. a . m nr. nean's . . . . ... funeral was conducted yesterday at-' ... ,. farm here,
" ana rearea in Horapon, uui is now -- operator ai .mucin mm iuuhu ui-
Opera House Monday night under Bgent jor 0 American Express Co.t 'ernoon at 2:30 In Louisville, '"p" jjQmg at Reaver Dam. d ed ut lb L.ttle M.ss W illye Mildred M ller.
Mr. O. M. Phegley and family. the auspices of the local post of the Greenviie Ala., recently un-' nien' l8 ,TUrrinK in that c' y' H 8 home of his father in Hodgenville who "U8 m" 11 wl;h 11 i"vt'n
formerly residing In the Sulphur morin.n t.eirirm. Onlv a fair-sized . . . , ,.n..i I brother and nephew respectively, . .., ... , cold und cough, s better.
- .w. c - . uerweiu uu operau uu iui iBfuiu-, litsi rnu.ij uiuiu.uk ..v.,.
Springs-Lewis Creek Via nlty. have crowd waa present. t, h, .,irew remverf,! and L. and Cecil H. Heavrln, , Misses Aubra and I ora Ralph and
removea to aici-ean v-ouiuy, uu - -...i. ,nn accouipuu.eu uy iuo i "
Koute 1, ssacrameuio.
Mrs. B. B. Collins, city, returned
'frnm Tentral City, last Tuesday,1
Miss Alenne Leach, a student .n wbere gue had been since last Sat-
If you will want a New Year's
led the funeral. The former had
been ut his brother's bedsido since
Dur.ng his unci tay in ueav-
Dam he n.a.le many friends O Mao Bowlds were guests of Mixs
among the good people.
Ludelle Magan, Suuday.
-r.... i.,u.i.... iii i, in Jlr. T. S. M, i:er made a mis ness
sess on at the Baptist Church thlH "P t0 Hartford. Friday,
week. A number of Baptist minis- MOZART 1X1$ MKKTS
ter from different parts of the
-it-.... ,.,.. i Minn ,,,i .Mr Arilmr State will be present. Some Inter-, Mllsii, CUlh h..., ll3
Ait k- r ii t nseli er. wno s ai- . i Da uuoi.uo ...... !
Jt "h at aMretown -'-.I. J- B- TAPPAN, Jeweler and Optome- . Wu wera unlu. lu murr:ilBe a. vsung .ecuires ,.e
.v. n (.lot llMrtfnril Kv. I... ....i:
Miss Aienne ueacu. u i wnere ghe had 6een s nee last sat- - w -u new ".esuay m ......
tne universuy oi urday. the guest or ner uaugmer, ,
.h hoi.dav. as the tuest , xr .. Mr Hnnver arriving each day and our MUXS-LKACH
tr::: ""..- i a 1 and r- " . -Half Price Sale ran. until Jan. 31.
Ill UCf yaiouiiai -'
Mrs. Leach, of Baver Dam.
Mi. Er.vlu Casebler,. who :a at-
e IU1I1K BCI' Jl a i, uoui Bti"'
Rov R K FnOlia and family mOV- i nAA.aAWn ( tha an Put of
ed Thursday, Into their new home Wg parent8 Mr. 8nd Mrs. J. F. Case
recently constructed upon the site b)er Beayer Dam for the holidays.
of their tormer aweu.ng wuicu
destroyed by Are last fall.
j the Methodist parsonage in Hart- tllis nu'L't
ford, Sunday night at 8:30 o clocK.
monthly meeting at the home of the
teacher, Miss Elolse Austin, 1!03 N.
Laraye.tii street. Beaver Dam. The
following ollicers were present:
ATtMM A I uui Crowder. Tres .: MisJ
. 1 1. " 0 ' I1B1U1 HUH . " - - - ...
Mr and Mrs O M. Bishop, Cen- Illinois Central R. R. at Clarksdale. young eouple was accompanied by Mr. Claud Webb, wife and baby Llu.iu, Baker. Vice-president; Mlsi
.. r'n in u .it, ti. liner hlu rhrlslmas .i. i..i.i... i Mru vr ii nillim- silent Sunday as guests of Mr. W. vif-in-. M,.K-..iini.v. Treas.: and
Mr. Frank Keiley Casebler, Sec.-e-
Tlm house was called to or-
1 11 1 11 , uniiuiij .. o " . -
iMr. John Allen Wilson, who Is Tue ceremony was performed by the
encagea as a civu eusuieer uj iw nustor. Kev. r. T. rruser. in
estroyed oy nre last lau. d M 0 M B'shop, Cen- Illinois uenirai k. u. i unorc, young couple was aceompanieu uy
I " ' ' . ... -.Unn. kin f Vl rid 1.1 1 a .. . .. T II r!lll.,n. Kliell t SlindllV HS KUCStS Of M T. W
' tertown. left last Tuesday morning 1'"'" """" " tne unue s sisier, .u.. ... ... -.
Mlo. Plan Rinklev. Of Nashville. .... . . llh hla nnrpnlH. JlldlTH ..j vi. n lliunlu Tin. tieu-lv- F. NeWCOIlll), Blld family.
....00 v.w . for Kenosha Wisconsin, 10 spenu t.vii.-. ji c, ouu .m. u ........ . ---- --- .....
Tenn.. arrived In Hartford yesterday, ueg,8 of MrK Blsh- and Mrs. John B. Wilson, of Hart- weda jft next day for Herrln. 111..' Miss Soporo Funk, of Taffy, spent tary
Idays with her sis-. ... . T Row. and ford, where they will make their home. Saturday niglit anusunaay wuu4K,r
to spend the holidays with her sis- Row and tora,
ter, Mrs. Ross TayloV and Mr. Tay-. op ' " 0 ,
lor, and other relatives. 7
' " . Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Taylor, of;
Mis. Elizabeth Davidson teacher wenj hollday guegt8'
it, the Hopklnsvllle High School, ar- - m Mrg E,lza.,
rived in Hartford saturaay. 10 spenu othef Hart(ord
the holiday, with her parents. Mr. rei TQm Saturuay untll Mon.
and Mrs. J. JE. Davidson.
Mr. U. S. Carson, formerly ac
WDUfl 1111 HI -VI I J v. - ....j.
1 where they will make their home, Saturday night and Sunday with Ul. ,)y , )r,.sldent and the fo'.low-
the groom being in the employ of a Miss Comma Lnke. inK ,.OKrum was rendered:
coal company in the Illinois city. Mr. Ellis Funk, of Bells Run. ,, SoiKrank Keiley Case
fu 1 (i....it u tliu vniinepMt dull ch- spent Saturday and Sunday with his ,.,
1.1 1 1 11 . .U 1. 1. . J ..--r..-.- ' - -
. . . Mm.. .. ...1 nruiiiliiMFiuiii Mr und Mrs. William
ter 01 me laie Asmuru .nn ouu p 1
J Mrs. Charlotte Mills. She was born Lake.
land reared In the Beda nelghho?- Messrs. tlysess Trogden und Ho
!hood. but, together with her mother, bait Downey are doing some repair
'has, for a number of yeurs. made work for Mr. Jesse Whlttaker, of
hut hnnm iii Hartford where she has near Beda.
n..l.,i,.,.. ..... nu'ulirnteit hv Hurl. l..,.. , lid cfllulu ... linnivnist of The Master Ernest Newcomb spent
FORPSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL,
- WILL UKtilN'
- MONDAY, JAXl'ARY 8. 12S.
FOR rARTHTLAKS CALL
H. U HOCXCHELL.
..... w. . - 1 7mmerman LhriBtnias was ce:euruien uy nun- ueen tue emcieui nuuijji.oi m - -
tlvely engaged In the grocery and Dr. and Mrs B r. tm imerma. Kharcm with varying n.hi:r.n. She is a young lady the week-end with his aunt. Mrs.
hardware business In this c ty has .no i son r. er.. 4 enJoyabIe programs. of 'ntM charming personality. Dessle Patton. of near Taffy,
recently nut in a new line of goods were the "weeK-ena guests 01 :. 1 ... i. ..d Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Newcomb,
"'" Sl"t ,' .I .d (M.li. I..J utecM CUrl.1- 1,. bo,. Ill 11. Hoi. Ro, n, . ,v- "-,
relatives. ... ... . ,..i. h..ru
MTs Isaac Foster, city, has re- . mas programs ana g it ais.noui.uu. uornooa ot tn.s toumy. o . - - -
..rnort from Central City, where
Jokes Lucile Couch.
Duet Nut ha n Monroe usd Wah
Volin Solo Vienna Leach.
The entertainment consisted of
games, contests and conundrums.
Delightful refreshments were served
and tho house adjourned to meet
aga'n In January.
iri.a r It rlinri-l, nruiiurlv l.e.'ir
, - .111- V . . V 111.. - .. ........ ... - -- -
.... ni.t ,niv on Sunday morning at the respective member of the United States Marine Mr. and Mrs. Holland Cray were ,he Hih K.nool blliuiing in Hart-
turuea tiviu u-.-. r-.,. ----- nev. o. . . - ' ..... ,h the eue.ts of Mr. T. C. Trodgen and v u r,,r ,,u to th h client
she was the guest of relatives, ane b y Q0W takjng a theological ourse cnurcnes. corps tor iuur -- - -- - - - -
was Accompanied home by her moth- atyE World War period, rendering ex- family. Sunday. and best b dder. and those des:rlnS
Tr M Tarlotte Brown, who will w.f Svi I.Ir HBrtfort. ' The first Quarterly Meeting of the t.elleBt .ervlce lu hi. country's be- A splendid programme Is be ng t0 purt.haKe 8Uollld tlle .,..d bid
remain in this city for some time. . welcome v'sltor at this Hartford Charge of the Methodist ha. After he was mustered out prepared, to be rendered Monday w , Rev j. s. j. Brear. Leitchfloid.
., H saturday Church was held at the local church of the service he spent two or three night Dec. 25th.. at the Wash ng.on Ky or c. M. Crowet Hartford. Ky..
; Mr. W H. Collins, who had been omce' B U y s.indafr. Encouraging reports were VBnr i1Hre. before locating In 1111- church under the auspices of the or lM,forH Jau, 19th. 1923.
the guest ot her father. Mr. 8. T. . u.. f,unol, Rr.ndenbura. received from each church. At night nollt. Ladies' A'd Society. ; committee reserves the right to
the guest of her lamer, mr. o. . Mr 08L.ar BenneU Brandenburg, received from each churcn. At nignt no8. u.u. au .n,. committee reserve.
Barneett. Mm. Barnett and other ' holidays with hi a most forceful sermon by the Pre-' The young couple have our most I The regular Christmas tree will reJvet any and 8ll b:Ull
relatives In Hartford for the past " ' d Mrg j c Bennett.sldlng Elder. Rev. James C. Raw- 8luct)re wishes for the utmost wed- be Saturday n'ght Dec. 23rd. at the. Thi8 i,ec. jSthi 192
few weeks, has. returned to ' d gl8te'Mr.. Hlnton" lings, ot Owensboro. was. heard by a dBd happ:nell8. (church. I j. 8. J. BREAR,
Leach and Mr. iLeacu, ana otner goou-:.ou
borne in Spruce Pine, Ala.
Mr. Oayle Taylor, who Is employ-
Miss Mary B. Humphrey and Mr.
Mr Lee Cooper, ot Pierre. South relatives In Hartford.
Dakota, baa returned borne atter ...i. a k,.im iii r Inanortor for the I. C.
'spending a tew day. in Hartford. Mta. Louise on Raroad returned t0 McCp.nb. William O. Ward were united In
the guest of bis sister. Mrs. W. M. "uu .. Ml whBF, h. wlll comulete his marriage Tuesday evening, Deccn-
Hudson. and Mr. Hudson. eo"" 0 rem wwk , tQ.t pluC(U after spendimi ber 9. at the home of Rev. Gran
n uiui. . - rr .,.n,a. in Touonr. tmulnr of tha Nocreel
Measr, Everett Smp.on and Ar- with Jier paren t. Mr and Mr. cn . . r . -
chi. Clay Johnson, of Hartford. Jonn . rn.pp.. -
Mr. Cluud Webb lost a good cow Comm,ttee.
Saturday nignt. ine cause ui iu
death 1. unknown.
IIEU'H CIGARETTE SPECIALS
FOi; THE HOLIDAYS
ri.. IK. til, . Purl
Mr. A. T. French was at Owens- Lucky Strike. 15c pk.; Cart.
ma- I .1 Titnuil uu ui 1 1 k ft .. ...
left ber. la.t week for Marrasaa. day..
Illlnol.. whore they will be em-
n t.ii i r Mr. John Hill
oloved or me i. v. n'im ---- -
-iitb a con.tructlon crew. of th. We.tern ,
j. alter spenaing uer v, at tae uume ui mr. . r.vu L,ucny oiriKe, ioc p.; i an.
Ith his , mother, vllle J aggers, pastor of the Nocreek boro Monday and Tuesday with to- chesterfield, 15c pk.; Cart
, and . Mr. Hud- M. B. Churrh. who performed the bacco. Fatlma. 18c pk.; Cart
l . i M.n.. W T .ml" I.. Tt. French ...
son. He wa. accompaniea on aim ceremony. . ... .. ; m, xuri
' I ... .i ...m trk. i,.m. la n ninat estlniahla sun In Owensboro Tuesday and c..ii... r..i
m m return oy nis momer, uu wn. .iwun .- - - - k,i.v.u.d. v . . . ...
Taylor a student the winter at McCoiub aud New Or- lady while . the groom I. a pros- Wednesday with tobacco. Havana H bbon Clg
' ' . i ' ...ni..n fa, mo. nr tha m r. i.iuv Jewell, of Henderson.' n.. n.i, ki....
laay wane, ins ..uum v nvuuwuu; tiavana ii uuon v igurs to io uu i.i
perou. and prominent farmer ot th. ' Mrs. Lucy Jewell, of Henderson. 'cbas. Denby Cigars. 100 to box. .70
Mnriu.k country. Each ot the Par- la vislt-lug relatives In this com- vi,-v. Hnd-mnd Claaas. 50 to
- School and Teacner. tuneo, m. - - - i -
.w ? . ...J n.iit. h. Mr., i. 8. Mason. Superintendent ties hay. a host of friend, who wish munity. ! bog J.25
Rev. T. T, Frailer, city, returned uowung una., -p ' . ountr g atur attend'ng for them a congenial and b.pp, mar- Mr. 1
, orn 1. spending the Mrs. I. S. Mason, Superintendent ties bay. a no.t oi rriena. wno wisa munity. bog
r. t. T. Frailer, city, returned Bowling Qreen. ii ipenwj m . t j..- ... .v .. K.nn. m. k-i M.rtis and .on. Joe' '
----- - , . .UJ wiii. hla .'.ter Mrs. How-of county ecuoois, iir m ir iwiu "-fH , . -mm. .
w7.rhVha 0t OWeMb0r' 'Pe0t -"-.T-HuHforaHeralO. ,1.50 th. year