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To Express In Some Degree, My Appreciation of the Moot
Liberal Patronage of My Friends and Customers
For the Past Twenty Years.
I will offer the largest part of my wonderful line of Jewelry from December 20, 1922, to January 31, 1923, at
This makes it possible for every one to buy a gift that is appreciated most of all. Won't you at least come and
look. You will be treated courteously and not urged to buy.
J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler and Optometrist, HARTFORD, KY.
im mi nmnMiii i win " 11 i h in n rm wwivmr . i jai.jn im rm inirnriiMTi n
has two very sweet girls, one thir
teen, the other fifteen, as he has
and connections and
...'n"S.nTn" mk."' CO. relatives around there somewhere.
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Entered according to law at the
Postomce, Hartford, Ky., as mail
matter of the second class.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20, 1922
He is a school teacher, hut tna
old plague, "cancer, has almost got
him.. He is simply destitute; it
keeps the girls busy tak.ng care of
him and reading" to him. If anyone
can find any of hjs friends or rela
tives, do so for they are In sore
need. Some want to put him in th-3
poor house, but be don't want to
leave h s children In his last days.
That would bo a shame, I think.
ONE YEAR $1.80
SIX MONTHS .80
THREE MONTHS 45
fcjiV'i'I I.' l'f!V ...OA
Subscription, requiring paper to J The Masons have been helping him
be sent beyond the third Postal; and we have been helping him for
Zone will not be accepted for lesit-o years.. His two fine girls any
tnan One Year at $1.75. one mRnt be proud of. Air. Keen
living somewhere in
I hope by your help
ADVERTISING RATES has relatives,
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Local Atlve-ting, 10c per line formo uu.nj.
the first insertion and 8c per line to succeed in Betting some help for
for each Insertion thereafter. ! jjr Keen.
Rates for Display Advertising maae ;
known on application.
All political advertising, cash in ad-j
vance, , -
Telephones ATTORNEYS I'Oll HARK
Farmers .Mutual 73 POOL SELECTED
Cumberland Long Distance
Cards of Thanks, Resolut ons of Waldauer, assistant
Respect, Obituaries and Obituary
r i ,.nt wnrrt Tlnndllnea 'Aaron feapiro, maiketng expert
Hoping to hear from you soon.
MRS. C. H. GRANT.
CHRISTMAS IN THE AIR
Rv MARV a BONNER
THE air was keen and cold J
and Invigorating. The snow it
was falling gently. In . every
bouse Chrlstmus presents were jj
belnjr wrapped, cheery messages !j
and cards and letters were j!
being sent Almost - forgotten j
friends were thought of and re- jS
inenihered by a card, a wish, Jj
a small gift.- ft
For flirlstmna n-ns In the sir) li
4 (. 1922, W.itern Nwipaper Union.)
NEW BAXK IX DUNDEE
IS XOW IX OPERATION'
tnd signatures U cents each. day announced that local counsel
Notice of Church Kcrviccs Free j jlm ,een appointed In nine of the
!teu warehouse districts. l ne at
torneys were selected by Mr. 'Wal-
dauer after conferences witn var.ous.
i officials of the Dark Tobacco Grow-, MESDAMEH RILEY ENTER'
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27, 1922
The new Bank at Dundee, known
as the Dank of Dundee, opened Its
doors, and books for business Tues
day, December 12. Reports are
that a large amount of business is
! being transacted by the new instltu-
j t on and that prospects are flatter
ing for future success,
j The articles of incorporat'on were
originally drafted with the Institu
tion bearing the name of "Rough
River Bank" .but It became neces-;sary--fo
change, due to the fact that
I another bank in the State bore that
The following letter has been re-1
ceived by Hon. R. E. Lee S mmermaii.
Court Chairman of the Woodrow
Dear fellow worker:
The following Telegram was sent
mi the ISth. by Hon. Robert W.
Bingham, Kentucky, Chairman, to
Charles W'.l'lams. District Cha rinan,
Woodrow Wilson Foundation:
Mr. Wilson s 66th. Birthday to be
celebrated throughout the laud, as
Woodrow Wilson Day-marks the
completion of the Woodrow Wilson
M lllon Endowment, of which Ken
tucky has ra sed to date $27,418.00.
Won't you as chairman of your d!s
lii.t. please arrange th.'ougl.tui
jour district for meetings on that
day. Each meet'ng to draft letter
telegram of b rthday greeting to be
sent to Mr. Wilson, fitting that Na
tional Demonstration should mark
TAIN WITH ROOK PARTY
ers' Co-operative Association,
llopkinsville District; McKinzie Mesnames a. u. ana u. i. m:ey,
and Smith; Henderson District, Yea- entertained with a rook party In a
man and Yeaman; Bowling Green very delightful manner at the home
District. John F. Rhodes; Clarks- of the latter, on .Main Street Friday
vllle District, A. R. Gholson; Padu- afternoon, the 15th. A delicious
cah District, Brads-haw and Mc- salad course was served, ' and the
Donald; Owenshoro District. T. F. guests included the following:
Blrkhead; Murray District, Coleman Mesdames J. S. Glenn, E. G.
and Lancaster; Gallatin District, Barrass. R. T. Collins, J. B. Tappan,
W. W. Pardue. - c- Martin, Darrel Sullenger, H.
These attorneys will assist in T. Holbrook, E. E. Blrkhead. Belle
forming tho subsidiary warehouse Cooper, O. T. Burns, Leon H. Bishop
corporations and will randle all lo- and A. D. Kirk.
cal legal buHlness of the Association.
Mr. Waldauer has received accept- KNKiHTS OK PYTHIAS
ances from all of the men named. I ELECT OFFICERS
Rough River Lodge No. 110,
Knights of Pyth'as, has elected the
Joseph Passonneau. manager of Allowing officers for the ensuing
the Field Service Division of the senil -annual term:
Dark Tobacco Grower's Co-operative w- P. Rhoads, C. C; E. S. Howard.
Association, has announced that a V. C.: W, J. Uean. prelate; Jonn u.
Protect Your Battery!
FOR YOUR INFORMATION:
If your Battery is not fully charged it will freeze. '
If you do nqt use your car.regularly, your battery will soon
If a battery is not being used, it should be charged once a
month, for it damages if allowed to stay partly discharged.
A battery will last indeffinitely and give good service if
properly cared for. ;
Keep the battery clean; don't let mud and water collect on
top of the cells"; wash it with baking soda and water. This
will also remove the green corrosion that accumulates around
the posts. .
Keep the hold-down clamps tight; don't allow the battery
to shake or bounce around in the bracket, as this, will break
the sealing compound and the hard rubber jars. '.'
Don't allow the small vent holes in the filler plugs to' be
come stopped up, for the gas that forms in the battery must
have an outlet. '
We inspect your battery and fill it with water free of charge.
We will keep your battery in a warm room for you this
winter, and charge it once a month. For this we charge One
Dollar per month.
Come in and see usr ' " ' '
BEAVER DAM AUTO CO.
BEAVER DAM, KY.
close of foundation's successful ef- . '.. an, ,., Anm. Wilson, K of R. & S.; A. I. Nail. M
ion. as. Kentuck ans should do their ... . hM , .,., of W.; Dr. J. R. Pirtle. M. of F.; W. t
part In making glad the heart of our ln Expm tobacco s. TlnBey, M. of A.; P. T. Belcher. SIRS. AMELIA BAIZE
Please wire me at my expense,
ROBERT W. BINGHAM.
will h In rhun of tha enhlbl- Ulliespie. V. M .auu v.
I. .... .it n.finn. .hnnt tha O. Hunter Trustee.
manner of preparation of ro-opera-
l Mrs. Amelia Balce, aged 103 years,
The officers elect w.'.U be Installed died at the home of her son, Mr.
I suggest that you have your t. will at the meeting January 2nd, at George Balxe, of Horton, on Thurv
county paper publish the above tele- ,.j which time the Lodge plans to have day, December 21, of lnflrlties due to
cram, and the suggested call, for ' ... . ..... 'a luncheon for the members. old age. She was born and lhred to
your county, or some other suitable wv K,.iirt. a tranquil old age In Ohio Coun.ty
form of call that you may prefer. .,. . . ,,. HARTFORD MACCABEES She was the mother of ten children,
Appoint your committee, on tele- .,.. Tni,uWn h.rn. ELECT OFFICE RH eight boys and two girls. She Is sur
gram, In advance so that a suitable
and other farm buildings will be
rived by only two sons: Messrs. Geo.
The Hartford Tent, No. 99 Kn'ghts and Joseph Balse . Her maiden name
of the Maccabees, recently elected the was Duvall.
it.. kn:t i. following officers for the ensuing She was a sister of Captain Duvall
l U17 diaouv Lavs
term: who served in
. . I .. t r 1i
leiegram may r-u7 .u uged Jn Bectlon wnere ,arger houBeg
Wlltion. ' . ov.iiuj.iu
Please write me that this has been A), membe of
Chairman 4th. Con. D.
In compliance with above request: ret.e:vlng Btaloni. it Chaplain; W. H. O Uesple, Sgt.; Bid- was Interred In the Keown cemetery
A meeting of the citizen, oi un.o fa ed one of ,he ch:ef ney a. WlHams. ricket; J. Barbour near Select,
county is called to meet at the office of th- marketlng pool wlll Williams. F. M. of G.j Buck Taylor. Contributed,
of Glenn & Simmerman. Hartford S. M. of G.; J. F. Gillespie, Sent. :TTTZZr
HAVE RECENTLY PUT IS A
J Luriii. W UU HI OU
are urgeo lo aneua one or u.u u. J. l.. . nuu
r h, ,1... o. xt. rosier, vommanuer; uei. wa outo ouonu vu.w
D. Wlllams, Liieut. Com.; James H. Mrs. Balse leaves many inenas inu
Wiilllams. R. K.; A. K. Anderson, relatives who mourn their loss. She
'these meetings in
may learn how to put their tobacco
1 in good order and in the best condl-
on Thursday the i8th. day of Dec-, from pTover grBd;ng If every Drs. A. B. Riley and E. B. Pendleton'
ember. 19ZZ. ai JU " ower does h s part the graders wer lecwa rnyroians. ,
ku dflih b'rthdav of ' - 1
. r-.7 in a m ...w - will be able to do tneir wora more
Woodrow Wilson marking the sue- '.,. Local friends of Mr. Auburn Tlch- BRAND NEW LINE OF GROCERIES
cessful efforts of the Foundation, . lenijr, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Tlch- ETC, IN THE BUILDING I FORM-!
and to send suitable letter w egram innTroill) HIGH lenor, of near Hartford, will be glad KRLy OCCUPIED, WHERE I
of Birthday Congratu'at ons to our- DEFEATS CAXEVVILLK to learn that be was recently select-
. Very s'ncerely.
R. E. LEE 8IMMERMAN,
umM ivi iieitf Avn nn rithi.
ed to make the principal address at j f, .
The Hartford High Sihool basket a district banquet of agents of the!ME8S WITH ALL MY OLD CV8
ball team tied up with the like ag-'Natlonal Life Insurnca Co.. on ac-jTOMER8 AND FRIKXD8A8 WELL
gregatlon from the Caneyvllle High' count of his having made the beat1 A3 MANY NEW ONES. I SHALL
h s Alliauce, TAKE PAINH TO iIVK YOU
.School Friday night on the local, record of business at
HELP ASKhi urn run- 'floor, before a good-a'ied crowd of Oho, agency,
MEK OHIO Cl Ml MA fllIU Tb, gmm. WM , goodi
bard-fought one, resulting in the
Bald Knob. Ark.. Dec. & 192!. ,ctor of tn hom boy, t0 th- tune
Editor Hartford Herald: l0, ? t- ,j Ml ran! r,h w, ar,
Drar r: Wish yoa would put off M fJpthr ci,iupJoiuhiB spr t
this artWla m yoar paper about Mr. -mm
C. A. Keen, who lives near me and Tb Hartford Herald, I1.M the year
NEW YKAR CALLS PASS! .
The America custom of New Ytar
day calls, so prevalent In the social lift
of this country In tho Nineteenth ceo.
tury, Is little practiced today.
COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND
THE BEST MERCHANDISE TH
MARKET .' ATVORDS AT THE
LEAST POtiHIBLH tXWT.
. Yomr truly,
U. 8. CARSON, Hartford.
The Hartford Herald, 1M the year
The Geo. Delker
For Style, Quality and Durability
caunot be excelled. Call and look
them over. '