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' WEDNESDAY JUEN 11 1919
tHE HARTFORD HERALD
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Wash. Skirts
rand Waists
We are prepared; are you,
for the hot weather that is
before us?
Our complete line of
Ladies Wash Skirts and
Waists are ready for you.
So don't put oiE buying, as
yon are sure to need theni.
Remember, that style mak
ers say it is to be a white
season,
GET THE PRICES
Whlto Wash Skirt, -1.45
Wlilto Wash Skirts, $1.05''
White Wash Skirts $2.05
nnd up to $5.95
White Wash Silk
Skirts up to $0.05
M5KIRT IVP
g Vmis MATERIAL HAS lltH jM
YVCOLD WATMSMRUKHAhOl
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OROINARY CARE g
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Wash Waists
Others may lay great stress on some makes of
Wash Waists, -but our waists for
$1
.00
have no equal, Then, our wash waists for $1.98 are
beyond match for quality, style and material. Don't
forget theseJ'acts, and..remember that: it pays to trade
with a house that saves you money.
Read Tlchenor's sale ad In thli
Issue), Ho hop (Home bargains to
offer. Remember tho placp .3. J.
Tlchenor's store nt McHenry.
Mr. W. H. Balzo went to Central
City Thursay whero ho was in con
sultation with some oil men In re
gard to oil development In Ohio
County. Ho reports results favorable.
Misses Gorcn Flcner and Leila
Glenn, who have been teaching In
tho high school at Wiener, Arkan
sas, arrived Wednesday to spend tho
summer with their parents.
WUn rot go oft to plow 9Qr
corn and find that you are In need
of a good, doublo shovel plow, get
mount's Truo Blue, and you will
harvest moro corn.
24-2t ACTON BROS.
Frank Pardon repairs watches.
When in Owensboro don't fall to
see our lino of Jewelry, Watches,
clocks, etc.,
NICK T. ARNOLD,
Masonic Temple.
Mrs. Rhoda Mason, Mrs. Emma
Huff and Miss Ruth Weatherford, of
Owensboro, were tho guests of their
sister, Mrs. Amanda Phillips here
for a few days last week. Mr. Ed
Porter was also a guest, ho Is Mrs.
Phillips brother-in-law.
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Naturo's Repair Material for Stom
ach anil Liver Trouble. Caso No
78890. Mrs. J. H. Williams, Hartford
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Go to ACTON BROS., for that
binder Twine you need.
Mr. J. L. Brown, of Owensboro,
Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. H. H,
Sinnett, near town.
Will soil any ono a block, 300
lbs. of ice for ?1.E0. ,
22-tf ELLIS ICE CO.
Mr. and Mrs. W.' W. Riley, of
Dawson Springs, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. S. F. Riley last week.
Miss Marie Her, of Owonsboro, Is
tho guest of relatives hero.
Dcoring and McCormlck Mowing
Machine repairs.
22-tf W. E. ELLIS & BRO.
Mr. F. L. Felix west to Owensboro
last Wednesday on business.
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Mr. Ernest Woodward, of Louis
villo, was tho guest of his sister,
Mrs. A. K. Anderson, last. week.
Go to ACTON BROS., for that
(binder Twine you need. 24-2t.
Mr. Goodall Wooten went to
Owensboro Thursday on business, j
Mrs. Jennio D. Hamilton, of
Greenvlllo, spent last week as tho
I guest of hor sister, Mrs. F. L. Felix,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tappan went
to Louisville Thursday, returning
Friday.
See us for your woven wire fence.
Prices right.
242t ACTON BROS.
Mrs. Betty Nave, of Owensboro,
who has been visiting relatives at
Beaver Dam, has returned homo.'
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Wo havo tho Owensboro Wagon
for you. 'You can't go wrong whon
you got an Owensboro.
24-2t ACTON BROS.
Mr. Cecil Brown, who has been
overseas, has returned to his homo
at Simmons.
Tho best place to get your Refrig
erators, Ico Boxes and Cream Freez
ers is at ATON BROS., 24-2t
Mrs. R. II. Gillespie roturned
home Monday, after spending sovor
a. days with her nleco, Mrs. P. .Q.
McKinncy, at Centertown.
Tho Bank of Hartford has pre
pared quite a number of medals for
the boys and girls in tho vegetablo
and animal contest.
Mr. Alvln Rowo, of tho Center
town Bank, was In town Thuralu
on business.
We havo at last secured two moro
10-16 Osborne Disk Harrows.
24-2t W. E. ELLIS & BRO
Mr. Lonoy MInton and son, James
of McHenry, were among the Her
ald's callers Thursday.
Binder Twino of tho best quality
at prices that are right.
24-2t W. E. ELLIS & BRO.
S Mr. K. Xi. UIUOBIJJO UUU UUU6U-
tor, Miss Annetta, Bpont Sunday at
.Contertown, tho guest of tholr nleco
and cousin, Mrs. P. O. McKlnnoy.
Wo havo tho B0 lb., compressed
blocks of salt, for stock purposes.
Try it.
i.2l W. E. ELLIS & BRO.
If you nro In need of an oil stove,
a buscult browner, one that will
ploaso you in every way, got tho
New Protection nono bettor from
ACTON BROS. 24-2t.
i
William Alford Davidson is mak
ing good use of his summor vaca
tion by spending it on a farm. Ho Is
oiVptoycd by Mr. Wllllum Chappoll,
near Sulphur fpr'ngs.
You havo hoard of tho candy kid,
well wo are the PAINT KID, so
don't fall to get ILER'S prices bo
foro you buy. Some prices, live
and let live.
R CHOICE Puro bred, BIG
TYPE POLAND CHINA and DU-ROC-JERSEY
hogs for brooding
purposes, write call or see
JOHN W. PIERCE,
22-St i Hortso Brunch, Ky,
Famish your house, or fill in
your needs, at ACTON BROS., furnl
ture department. Wo havo every
thing you need from a Bread Spoon
to a Duofold. Beds, Springs, Cots,
Kitchen Cabinets, Rocking Chairs,
Tables and In fact everything that
enters Into tho complement of an
elegantly furnished house. Remem
ber the completeness of our lino.
. . ACTON BROS.
The Greatest of Them All
Head and shoulders above the crowd stands
Thomas A. Edison.
"Head and shoulders" abovo tho crowd of ordinary phonograph s and "talking machines" stands
Edison's great contribution to tho world's enjoyment.
The New Diamond Amcrola
No product can bo bigger than tho brain that evolves It. No other brain In tho world today has the
inventlvo ability of Edison's. That fact alono Is sufllcont proff of thj abroluto superiority of tho Ambo-rola.
But mo Amborola can
quickly and easily pre its
own superiority. Its tono
oh, what a revelation com
pared to metallic "talking
machines" and shrlll-sounrt-Ing
phone craphs. None but
Edison cculd work that ralra
cle of tono Then tho Am
bcrola Records, made ' for
tho Amberola alono. They
are practically unbrcakablo
and everlasting. What a con
trast to the costly fragilonos
of other phonograph records
And for range of music tho
widest In tho world all tho
best, all tho greatest, all tin
FKKi: TRIAL OFFER
Wo will placo nn ftVmberola
In your homo for 3 Das'
Trial, which will not put
you under tho slightest ob
ligation or expense. florae
here, select an Amberola
and a number of records and
we'll Fend them to your
home. At tho end of threo
days, If you do not want tho
Amberola, wo'U coma and
tako it away. If you do
want it, we'll nrrango terms
of payment to suit you.
PRICES
$11.00 nnd Up '
latost. An rndlexs foust oC
fascinating melody. Yet the
biggest surprise of all is tho
prlcol This wonder phono
graph costs less than Infer
ior competitors! There is
not a single draw-back tc
your ovj'ng nn Amberola
right row. Don't listen to
tho cla'ms of other manufu6
turera lifiten to their ma
chines. Then como in and
compare tho matchless tono
of tho Amberola. Edison's
wizardry will win you every
time.
We'll expect to hear from
you. Now don't forget.
JAKE WILSON. Manager.
FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY,
FORDSVILLE, KY.
Frank Pardon repars watches.
New watches, Frank Pardon.
FOR SALE
Good mule, 1G hands high, about
12, years old. Will weigh about 1,
200 pounds.
22-tf ELLIS ICE CO.
NOTICE
Wo now have sufficient supply of
ice on hands to furnish farmer
clubs. Will make special prices
for the season whore clubs take out
at ono time 1000 lbs., or more.
Will make contracts with clubs any
time during May.
22-tf ELLIS ICE CO.
Highest MARKET Price
Paid for your
Ginseng and Golden Seal.
Write
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many splendid qualities of tho extremely moderately pneeu $
Blouses to bo found hero at all times, then your entire .concop- ft
tlon of what an inexpensive Blouse might bo will havo been
changed. Many folks who are unacquuinted with our un- g
usual Blouse offerings are of tho opinion that a low price for g
a Blouso is not conslfttcnn with good stylo and real merit; this
opinion will undergo a pleaising rovislon when ono but learns 5
of Just how good a Blouso a small sum will purchase hero. For
example tako these:
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Cane Granulated Sugar
Per 1 00 pounds $9.90, for this week.
Cash only. If these prices look good
enough for you, buy it.
ACTON BROS.
Hartford, Ky.
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Wirthmor Waists at $1.50
They'ro decidedly good-looking and thoy'ro Just as good
as
8 they aro good-looking. They aro madoof quality fabrics; thoy 9
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absolutely truo to sizo and warranted to bo perfect fitting. Q
Tfcoy really havo so very much to commend them that wo urgo
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their acquaintanceship, for wo know that a ono-tlmo wearer 01
a Wirthmor most always becomes a
admirer.
staunch friend and loyal
Winsome New Styles Now on Sale
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Hartford, Ky.
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that always opens to the road of
prosperity and wealth. You
will find at the front door of
our bank. Why not open it
today?
Bank of Hartford
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