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10 . LOCAL DASHES O
Mr. A. E. Pat, city, was In Ow
'We Thank You.
V We want to extend to our friends
and patrons bur deepest apprecia
tion for their very liberal patronage
through the year 1922. We have
tried our utmost to give, you the
Very best merchandise that the
market affords, and td keep prices
clown to the lowest possible margin,
as well as to be kind and courteous
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( to every one. These efforts, we are
P sure, vou will appreciate. We ex-
tend to you a very cordial invitation
to make our store your shopping
headquarters for 1923. Wishing"
you all a merry Xmas and a happy,
prosperous New Year.
ensboro Tuesday of last week.
Hot Soup, ' 10c; at
. Mrs. Leon H. Blsbop, city, spent
Tuesday" and Wednesday In Evans
vllle, Ind., shopping.
Mrs. R. T. Collins, city, spent last
week with her daughter, Miss Mary
Warren Collins, of Louisville.
When yon need a load of COAL,
call THE ELLIS ICE CO. Hartford,
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk, city,
spent the holidays as guests of
friends and relatives In Louisville.
SKIFF LOST Broke loose at
Dundee, name Mm. Ellis. Notify
J. E. MITCHELL. Dundee, Reward.
Mrs. S. O. KeDwn, c!ty, is spend
ing a few days in Lexington this
week, as the guest of her son, Mr.
Gllmore, and Mr ft. Keown.
I want your HIDES.
D. L. D. SANDEFUR,
4 Gtf Beaver Dam, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bartlett
and little son, Lawrence D., city, are
spending the holidays with relatives
' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Park, of the
Concord community, were the re
cently guests of Miss Ernestyne
'Have plenty of screened coal on
hand at all times.
- ELLIS ICE CO.,
49-4t Hartford, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heal, and
children, city, were recent week-end
guests of 'Mr. Heal's parents, in
EYES EXAMINED and frames
fitted by the latest methods.
J. 11. TAPPAN,
were possible we would like the pleas
ure of personally greeting each one
of our many, friends, who, through
their loyal co-operation, have con
tributed to the success of this business.
Please . accept our Best Wishes for a
Bountiful Christmas and a New Year
filled with Happiness and Prosperity.
And throughout .the coming years if will
- be our aim to perpetuate the cordial
relations which have marked our
dealings with you.,
i . .
Miss Florence Nelson, teacher In
the Hartford High school, left Sat
urday for Henderson, to spend a
week with her parents.
Miss' Gladys Bennett, of Louis
vilie, arrived Fr'day, to spend a fo v
duys with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
D. S. Bennett, and other -relatives.
Miss i.Margaret Estha Cook, after
an extended visit to her sister, Mrs.
John . P. Taylor, and Mr. Taylor,
city, has returned to her home in
Seo what you get. Kill your gas
tank wltli Good Gulf Gasoline at our
WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS.
Hurt ford, Ky. 89-tf,
MIbs Daisy Wedding, of Indianapo'
lis, Inl., arrived in Hartford Satur
day to spend the 'holidays with her
father, Judge R. R. Wedd ng, anl
Miss Ella Mae McQuary, a student
in the local high school went to
Bell's Run Saturday, to spend the
Xmas holidays with her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. T. E. McQuary.
Mcs. Step Sosh'and daughters,
aliases Bonnie and; Lena Rae, city,
were the recent week-end guests of
Mra.Sosh's sister, Mrs, D. Milam,
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Mur-
nhree. of Owensboro, arrived In this
city, Friday, to spend the holidays
with Mrs. Murphree's parents, Mr.
and, Mrs. Rowan Holbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. Hlnton , T. Leach,
city, went to Central City Sunday,
where they were the guests of Mrs.
Leach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Catkey Bennett, until Monday night
Can furnish you coal a 'load at a
time to save It slacking in. your coal
ELLIS ICE CO.,
-4t " '". Hartford, Ky.
Mr. ant Mrs..V. P. Ligon and lit
tle son, Vernon. P, Jr., of Frankfort,
after spending a few days with Mr.
Llgon's father, Dr.' Peyton L'gon,
In ' Henderson, will . arrive ' today
to remain the guest of Mrs. L'gon's
parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Pirtle.
until Sunday. - , . .
Candy! Candy I 10c
pound and up. Special
on Ch ceo late. 20c.
A Glimpse of Cooper's
Let'rvd of Toys
YjiTE have given over to display of
playtime playthings a good por
tion of our floor space, and there are
hundreds of joy producers for the
littte folks. This department is for
them, so bring them in and let them
enjoy it. Everything in the shape of
of a toy is there.
Our stock is being looked over every day, and picked
from. Not until you have actually visited our store
and seen its wonderful array of gifts the most sensi
ble you can buy, will you appreciate it. Take ad
vantage of this offer, and do so early, because the
stock is decreasing every day.
Come At The Morning Hour And
Avoid the Afternoon Rush.
Don't forget our big line of Furniture for Christmas.
There is nothing more useful and pleasing than a nice
piece of Furniture in the home.
Also, we have a big line of Ladies Hats, that are re
markable in style, quality and price. Nothing like
these have ever been shown here before.
Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Gent's Furnishing
Departments are complete in every respect,.
Beaver Dam, Ky.
Mrs. C. W. Evans and son, Clyde,
of Moberly, Mo., are the guests of
Mrs. Evans' sister, Mrs. C. E. Smith,
and Mr. Smith, city.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoover, of
Cincinnati, Ohio, arrived here Sun
day, for a short visit with relatives
during the holidays.
WANTED Broom corn to4 be
made up on the shares. It cash pay
ment desired, will make . for 36?
each. Want corn without seed; If
seed remain on, we will charge 10c
extra per broom. V. L. SCHROADER,
Route S, Hartford, Ky., on Hartford
and Leltchfleld road. SO-St
MR. FARMER MAKE MORE
MONEY by paying less Interest on
the money you owe. See me for In
formation. I loan in amounts of
11000. or more on well Improved
land, long term, easy payments,
M. T. PARKS.
0-tt Hartford, Ky.
Have You Seen the 1923 Model
Ford Roadster ?
. We have one on
display at our
BEAVER DAM AUTO CO.
Beaver Dam, Ky.
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