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THE HARTFORD HERALD
Pagefi MIm Holona Miller who has boon leaching nt Tar River, Okln., fcas return d to spend tho summpi with her mother, Mrs. Jonnio Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith, of Fords vlllo, Mr. Will Wallace, of Caney vlllo, and .Mr. Ed Wallace, of Loltch field, were tho guests of tholr un- Monday, August 4, 191 BIG PRATURK Rights Corporation Presents That Great Production, cld, Mr. Tom Wallace, ono day last week. August Miss Lucllo King, of Toxns, Is a charming visitor In town. Sho Is tho guest of her nunt, Mrs. Isaac O FAKM FOIl SALE 491, acre3 1 mile west of, Dukohurst, ft no.rc hill rest tiled bottom. Good Im provements, 4 room dwelling. $50. 00 per aero. For particulars sco W. C. WADE, 30-4t It. 1, Hartford, Ky. t Foster at tho (Jommcrclal Jlotol. 11 The Unpardonable Sin; Mr. John norry Likens, of De catur, Ala., has arrived here to spend a weok or two with his un cle, Mr. Frank Black and family. m WEDNESDAY JULY 30, 1919 ( Sale ".: . Miss Mildred Elgin Jias retnrn cd to her homo at Adalrvlllo nftor ; j t On Friday Morning August 1st, iiJl.-. wo begin our AUGUST SALE con ! io v tinuclng to August OUi. Wo luivo somo very attractive . ,' w-"i bargains in all of our Departments, in many instances tho prices arc1 y far below to-day's market valae. This vryi bo a splendid tlmv to i ' : ' -ibuy your early Fall Needs, any sup t 4"j juu niwb tur iam-a nmnw;r wear special .values la short lengths lX J ! I Voiles, Ginghams, Lawns jctc, all ftno' for Childrcns ' School Wear Don't forget the date August 1st to Oth, t and 'remember that it pays , to tf"1 trade with a house that saves you -- money, ' V T If J' - T ZSLafeSb Tho Ladles Aid Society of Wash ington church, is going to givo an spending several days hero as tho Ico cream supper for tho benoflt of guest of her brother, Mr. V. C. El- tho church, tho second of August, Bin. ,at 8 p. in. Tho refreshments will Ibo sorved on the grounds. Every- Mlss Myrtlo Park and Mr. Klrby ono is urged to como out and help. Park, of Central City, wero horo 31-2t JESSIE NEWCOMB, Sect. last week. Mr. Park has recently returned seas. to his homo from over- Misses Mary Leo jand Corinth Taylor, of Owensboro, who' havo boen tho guests of Miss Amblo Ford for two weeks have gone to their homo. i Miss Vera Freeman, of Harris burg, Ark., who has been the chann mg guest of Miss Lolla Glenn for several days has returned, to her home. x In order to sell Furniture wo will allow 'you 15 per cent discount his week. Wo have a flno assort ment. Come In and see for your self. ILER'S GRO. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allen and Mr. Will Allen, of Owensboro, ar rived here to bo the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Zllpah Allen of near tO'.vn, for -a- fuiv days. - Miss Lizzie Miller has roturned home from a visit to Greenvillo and Central City. Sho was accom panied homo by her little, nephows, of Central City. A dance was given at the opera house Wednesday night with about eighteen couples present. Mislc was furnished by a colored band from Owensboro. VIAV A Nature's Repair Material for Stom ch. and Liver Trouble. Case No 78890. Mrs. J. H. Williams, Hartford ooooooooooooo t IMOAh NEWS AMJ Q J PERSONAL POINTS Q "nooocooooooooo Mr. Walter Tarks spent part of last week In Caneyville. visiting .friends and relatives this county. in Miss Louise Maddox, of Mc Henry, is spending the week as the guest of Miss Rose Ethelyn Collins. Mr. RJornraey Smith who has been visiting his aunt, of Owens boro, has returned to his home here. Miss Orrell Fielden, of Louis vllle visited here last week. ' Mr. Auburn Tichenor left Mon day afternoon for Detroit, Mich. iT Mr. Russell Plrflo has gone to ujfctrolt, Mich., to accept a position' T i- Miss Kathleen Turner was in Ow ensboro for a feyr daysilast week, Mrs. Robert Dugan, of Owens boro, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Marks, has returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson who have 'been visiting Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Riley, have returned to their home at St'bensville, Ohio. Oil Stoves & Refrigerators, ye3 we have lots of them and we are going to allow 15 pei1 cent dis count for cash on them the re mainder of this week. ILER'S GROCERY. Mr. S. H. Allen and daughter, Rebecca, of Laural Miss., and Miss AUabel Allen, of Chicago, are tho guests of their sister, Mrs. John B. Wilson, for a few days. Mr. S. L. King has returned homo from Milwaukee Wis., where ho has boen spending a week in tho interest-of tho Co-operatlvo Assn., Mr. King seems to be very favorably impressed with tho north. 1 havo decided to reduce my large stock of Funlture, Hardware, Paints & Groceries, so if you aro In tho market for any of tho above don't fail to get our prices before you buy. Wo will make you some real nice prices. ILER'S GROCERY Frank Pardon repairs watches. New watches, Frank Pardon. o . . SOME PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY less 1 Bos P. & G. soap, $8.00 than wholesale today. 1 Box Ivory soap, $8.00 less than wholesale today. 1 Box Cleaneasy soap, $3.25 less than wholesale today. 10 packages Arbuckle coffee, $4. 00 some price. 10 lbs.) Peaberry Ipoffee, $4.50 wholesale price today 02c. 10 packages Ground 'coffee, $3.50 10 packages cheap 'coffee, $3.00. 1 good -broom, 86c. 1 gal. PURE apple vinegar 45c. .1 gal. Acid vinegar, 30 c. 1 Bag oyster shell, $1.25 somo price. 1 75c mop, 60c. 1 gal. Blue label Karo, 90c. 1 doz. 8c toilet paper, 65c. 1 doz. 15c toilet paper, $1.25. 1 No. 3 galv. tub, $1.15. 1 12 qt. galv. pail, 45c. Choice assortment Aluminum ware, $1.45. $2.00 oil can, $1.70. Como in and we will give you a good ,prjce on anything we have In stock.1 Wo get an extra 20 per cent discount on most of onrpalnts so wo have decided to give you t he discount for Friday and Saturday. ' ILER'S. GROCERY. Mr. Vernon McFee, of Tenn., Ins returned to his homo after vid litis his mother-in-law, Mrs. McCormlck for several days. Mr. Will Barrass, of Jansosvllle, Ind., Is in Beaver Dam now on ac count of tho illness of his mother, Mrs. Dorthy Barrass. Tho dances given here last week Mrs. C. W. Mathews, of Owens- woro vory pleasant social events, jboro, who has been visltisg , her aunt, Airs. Alien, near town, nas miss Kuin. vyniiB,. oi aionu ina,. Is tho "guest of Miss Elizabeth Moore. "' i j v r- .. f , if r Mr. Fred Cooper, of 'Akron, Ohio, is in town visiting friends and rela- Mr. Alvin Porter left last week for Herrln, III., whore he has a position. . SUMMER COLDS Many have their worst colds during the warm months. A very little of colt's Emulsion after meals, puts that quality into the blood that helps thwart that rundown condition that is so depressing. Build up your vitality try Scott's. Scott & liowiie. Bloomfield. N. J. 19-6 -AT- IDEAL THEATER, Beaver Dam, Ky. One show only, 8:tf0 p. m. Children Mc; adults 40c. war tax included. Story by Major Rupert Hughes; directed by Marshall Neilay, featuring BLANCHE SWEET. 'THE Read a few comments: UXPARDOVAIIIjE SIX' is a very, very stronn storv. Ti loaches Just the lesson our people should learn. I am mighty glafi Captain Hughes wrote it, and I hope it will bo most widely read." Theadoro Roosevelt. I "THE r Hon.' UNPARDONABLE SIX' is in a class with 'Birth of a Mw At tho risk of seeming over-enthusiastic, wo must say without hesitation, It Is one of tho few Great Pictures. New York opens its arms to 'The Unpardonable Sin.' " Louella Parsons in tho New York Telegraph. : israt '"THE UNPARDONABLE SIN' Is One of the Greatest, If not tho Greatest Production of the Season. In production, photography, sup porting cast and every other essential the presentation measures up. to the highest standards." Detroit Free Press. ft Honest Values, Correct Styles. 8 Reasonable Prices! z 1 ft m s returned to her home.. MIsa Virginia Falrrpf Chattanoo ga, Tcnn.',. is ihe guest' of Miss Eve lyn Thomas. .,, Mr. Byron Miller, of McIIenry, has gone to Detroit, Mich,, to ac cept a position. v W!' Gr Bennett and daughter, MissEstherj are spending the week with Mr. Bennett's'son, Mr. P. Ben notf, of Shlnklo Chapel. ' Mss Mary Ellen and Isabello Moore haVe returned to their home In Louisville aftor spending a few weoksxhero with friends. Mr. Henry Casoy who has been with the army of occupation has rocolvod his dlschargo and arrived at his home at Taylor Mines. Miss Gertrude Schlemmer loft Friday for Central City where sho goes to bo a guest at a houso party Masters Joseph and Uoolery, 'given by Miss Noll Tweddle. Miller, are visiting their grand-! mother, Mrs. Jonnie Miller TOBACCO HAIL INSURANCE N; Insure your Tobacco in the i Miss Hettio Her and her friend, Miss Sarah Dean, of Owensboro, Mrs. Jeff Waterson and son, Ran woro tho week-end guests of Mr. aait turn wiiu unvu uiiivcu iu mroununu mra. j, uasKoy uenneu. tho summer with relatives. Miss Mario Her, of Owensboro, who has been spending tho summer y I Miss Hettle Riley has returned from Dawson Springs whero fcho as tho guest of Miss Gladya Bun has boon spending a few, days. j nett, has 'returned to nor homo. yMr. and Mrs, Georgo'Brown, of Miss Daisy Wedding who has Sunnydalo, wero guests of Mrs. Ola boen touching at Fairmont, jVa., Follx last weok for a fow days. has arrived hero to bo the guest of hor father, Judge R. R. Wedding. Mrs. Dudley Ford and son, James D., of Hunljigston, Ind., have been. Tho Hartford Herald $1.60 the year TREATY UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE CO. Strongest Insurance Compauy.south of Mason and Dixon Line. 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