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;, it ' t (A THE HARTFORD HERALrr ' WEDWESDAl 3EPT. 311 T?! ,'j. "yi'i 1 OOOOn""Cf,rOOM XEiaimoRiiooD xirws. o o o o o o o o o o c o o o o o Horse Ilraiirli j.mi, wvmwBw jy-fcL'lff .vyr rw EAffw,tvi AM GLAB TO ENDORSE PE-RU-NA 3ir and Mrs. Otli Ulscnq, of Gineyville, vhltcil Mr. V. C. Gary, ffrom Saturday till Monday. Mr E. A. White wAs In Heaver Tktin Inst week on business. Miss Nina Trout, of Cromwell, visited her sister, Mrs. Virgil Camp Bcll lat weak. Mr. and Mrs. Paul itlth olio visited Mrs. Campbell. ! Stlss I'enrI and May Head, of Owensboro, visited Mr. W. O. Head ' and family recently. ' Mrs. W. M. Dellart spent ono t r , Cay In Beaver Dam last week. i ' Mrs. W. D. Tlchonor has return- Uurbnette. Texas, are visiting her HI from a visit nt Hopklnsvllle. parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. C. K. Crow 3Ir. and Mrs. O. W. Arnold spent der, last week-end at Owensboro Mr and Mrs. C. W, Ikeitchfleld, spent Saturday and Snnday in Hirsc Hranch ::rtziimaessxasxsJ7:,z GiaJ to Ti.y Anytlu.'u; ""It r- '-in niro iny r .'on W i i a t.'rrllt'r run ilomi run- n ait i t it broken ojt i II ov. i ij oil. I Iiuni to bo wor ried u.ioui my condition unl I, w f lid tr try nnrtiiltifr vriilcli rovlii rellmp tiir. rerun it rrnuinn'iii:r(! tii inr na a lino MoM remedy and tonic, and I booh fotinu tint It una vrnrilir of limine, A few bottles chanted mr I'ntKiitlnn inntcrlnlly nnd in a illicit I lino I Tnn nil over iir trouble. I owe my restoration to Iim!Ui nnd strength, to I'atvna. 1 nn alwl to rnt'.nrxp It." j Sold l'.iTTTlier Was in a Terribly Run Down Condition IflHm fltfttn f.nnnli1. 288. Lnyco St., Mennaln, Wl., Secy I.lcilerkrnnz, Miss Leopold's letter opposite conveys In no un certain wny the Kratltude h feels, for I'eruna. . MgnlJ and Tablet Form J. i. '' n i i i III SIXGIXd AT HETHEIi V I II If 111 OJfUilb -- , IIIV iboro. I A large, crowd attended tho bap- eastern Taylor, of tlzing at 'Horton' Sunday. ' fmet at The singing ronventlon of iplvislon of Ohio the I know -wmV led 'the "cithers and 'cfin- S. HI- Charlie Day and 'baby, "of Sulphur tufsfl thehonors, noV do wo know bpnngs who nave.j)een visiting Mr. whps was,. adjudged the best ' but Countv Bethel church, near Horton, Mrs. Alva Felix and two daugh- Sunday. An immense crowd was I ters of Little Rock, Ark., who are ' presenUand many choirs nirt.cinat1-- l .... . . . . - . -. . ." ""- - : Mi. virgli Gary and family niot-visumg nere weretno guests or ed in the exercise. Wo do not ored' to Hartford Sunday to bo tho Mrs. Kit Austin Monday, en6U; of Mr. and Mrs. E. 'ward. Misses Marie McCoy Barnard, and Messrs ar ft nd Walter Creep, tonl, attended the Ice cream suppor extended visit io her daughter, bg'pnUflJt. wlH'not "be7 tho'rasf. here Saturday afternoon. Mrs.' unarile - UUtT, of Sulphur The .whole , day -WaA 'pleasarit, tho Col J. M. Johnson has sold his Sprngs will return to her home dinner, "served In 'old-fashioned farm cere to Mrs. Rena Wheeler, noon. . "'"country picnic-style,' was ''scfunip- ot -Hartford, for a substantial sum. Mrs. Nancy Ash ford Is- visiting uous," the singing was abovo-tho He oold througlf the agency of uor daughter, Mrs. O, O. Daniel, n't average and the meeting and mlng- Olaton, she will also visit her line of people from tho different banuuuuijuiui, mm, vyuiiiuu vuy, ui sections oi tne county made it a and Hlldred and Mrs. Kit Austin: havb returned IroW ojfr iewpSlntfal( rwertv gooi. . Aisllo Barn- to their home. - 'This'WJistHo lirs-tTitengvrjf the .of Hart- Mrs- Ralph who has been on an klnd-"ya,dltot'". even' attemiedt and Baizr ft Greep, of Hartford. McIIKNRV Sulphur Springs beforo returnng home. ' Misses Anna Mae and Willie Mr. Edward Nelson and little son. Sdward Jr. have returned Belle Edwards visited Miss Bess bome from Pennsylvania where Austin recently. FARMERS CHAUTAUQUA they ben visiting Mr. Nelsons par cats. ' McHenry and Martwick played an Interesting game of ball last The Farmers Chautauqua at Saturday the score was 20 to 6 In Beaver Dam this week is., a success ".favor of'McHenryT from every. point"of view, ..UTuct- Slr. Mitchell, superintendent of '"K sn. of t,lio largest crowdst ov- fclie school here was$.in town last er known to attend a meeting of w.eek making preparations to start 'h.P kind in this county. People sUmiOI. delightful social affair. May there be many another singing conven tion and may we attend them all! -Wo HARTFORD EVIDENCE FOR HARTFOR PEOPLE Tho Statements of Hartford Resi dents Are Surely Moro Rclin bio Than Those of Utter "" Strangers" ' ' Home testimony is real proof. Mr. Scott Robinson former prin- a!.Ung both th afternoon and cip.ll of McHenry school was in "'" mee'.:...i Tlw npenkors op town last week program are tho bests and thor Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brown and oughly able to put their subjects daughter Alivle, who hnve been before the people in tho -proper v3.v.UnK relatives here have return- light This Chatuaqua certainly cd to their homo in New Castle, M'ccks well for Mr. M. L. McCrack Jim! en tho county agent, who has push Mr. Guy Stewart who has been e't this meeting forward and has wftTklni? in Detroit, linq rotnrnnd worked ccontlnously and tlrciess- Publlc statements of Hartford from all sections fit the county are people carry real weight. &omp. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Craddock and children have returned home from Hart County where they havo l(ccn visiting relatives. Mr. Ray Hocker will leave soon lor Howling Green where ho will take a course In Normal work. ly for the success of the affair R A IrZEI.Ti-H AUG 1 1 COO! SPRINGS I' Miss Mattyo Baltzell and Mr. Yewell Daugh were quiqtly married last week to tho surprise of their many frinds here. Miss Baltzell who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Baltzell, ot this place, held a responsible post- Tho neonla of this nincn nrn nnri- tlon at Graham, Kr., and Mr. tne the roads this week. Baugh is with uncle Sams Navy. Mr. T. II. Nelson, of this placo Ho ,s a Bon of Mr- and Mra- J ? Hd his sons are planning to dig Daugh, of Louisville. cnal on thn fnrni nt T W Um I Ulna Hoops and Georgia Kitch ens visited Nora Fulton Thursday. Nora Fultou visited her sister .Mrs. Dernice Swain, Thursday, ASSESSMENT NOTICE ' To tho Taxpayers of Olaton and .Sulphur Springs District. I or one School has begun at this place lof my P""6" wl" at Olaton Ith Mr. Lennie Sandefur as teach er. Mr. Otis Maddox and Mr. HalHo Ktliott made a business trip to Beaver Dam Thursday. Mr. Luther Davenport went Kviver Dam Friday. Miss Corrinne Dennis went Central City Tuesday. 'iAftrf. will bo a singing conven tion nt Prentiss. fV JJiVST VIEW to to School is progressing nicely at this place with Mrs. Gilbert Jolly sa teacher. IDurlne an electrical storm Thurs ay evening lightening struck a Jtrose doing considerable damage itaWe belonging to Mr. John Am to the "building and killing a very valuable cow. .au. jiicv juunauuor nau a very fine mule to break its leg Monday afternoon. It was so badly Injur ed It bad to be killed. JKlmowood Bartlett, tho nino year old son ot Mr. and Mrs. BUI Bartlett foil and dislocated his el Ebow and the small bono in his arm atra the elbow. .Mrs. A I Cord French is confined to her rooms with a very severe illaess. .M- Claude Jackson visited tfrienda at Cane Pond Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Charlie Martin and family t Curdsvllle spent the woek with 2Mr. and Mrs. Mat Martin. IIORTO.V the 10th, and at Sulphur Springs the 12th, for the purpose of as sessing all the taxpayers within said districts. D. E. WARD, Tax Comr., Ohio Co. FARM FOR SALE 49 acres one mile west of Duke hurst. Ten acres hill, rest tiled bot toms. Good improvements three room dwolllng with two porches. $75 per acre Tor particulars see W. K. HARDIN, 34-4tp Hartford, Ky R. R. 1. mm NOTICE The Wilson Company, a corpora tion, under the laws of the Stato ot Kentucky, is closing up Its business. THE WILSON CO., 33-4t By OLLA WILSON, Pres What &y friend "or neighbor says com pels respect. The word of one whoso home is far away invites your doutbs. Hero's a Hartford man's state ment. And it's for Hartford people's benefit. Such evidence is convincing. That's tho ' kind of proof that backs Doan's Kidney Pills. J. A. Baird, it. F. D.No. , Hart ford, Ky., says: "II used only one box of Doan's Kidney Pills, but that was all I needed to euro me of kid ney weakness. For some time I had been troubled by sharp twinges a- cross my loins and other symptoms of kidney complaint. As I heatd Doan's Kidney Pills being highly rec ommended nt a supply and their use cured ":. a:g"ly recommend this rem!" Prlcf rtu it jii dealers. Dob' imply isK for kidney reniedv get Doan'. i i.jev nHIs the same -a Mr. PavH ha-' oster-Mllbaro 'Jo., DO NOT WASTE FEED Feed is 'wasted it your togs do the not digest and assimilate all t feed that is given them 'B A. di- THOMAS' HOG POWDER aid gestion, causing a hog to get all the food value out of the grain, there by fattening in shorter time an dot course on less feed. Get it today. , SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Alien's Voot-Xue, the antiseptic powder to bo shaken Into the shoes sad sprinkled In the foot beta. TnePUttsbargCempMsaoaltdTleefnen In tnlnlns to use Foot-Zueln thslr shoes each Btonisg. It prevents bllsterf end sen spots and relieves palaFnl.swollen.susrUngreet sad take the sunt eat ot corns and bunions. A certain relief tor streetlng, ealloos, tired, aealajr feet. ajw7 use Alien's root-Ease jo Break m Sew eoia ereryw here. He " The infant child of Mr and Mrs. 3Hreh Mouoo is very ill of pneumo- Mrs. Ida Johnson lias returned to "her home in the south. Mrs. Johnson visited friends .hero and :nir Hartford. Mrs. Cecil Potts and baby, ot See Our Display of Touring Cars and Trucks at the Kentucky State Fair Haynes and Columbia Cars Union and Wolverine Trucks KEAN-MYERS MOTOR SALES CO. Incorporated DISTRIBUTORS 50G E. Broadway LOUISVILLE, KY. ' AVIhui.Voh Arc KtMidy to Select . Yojfr New Fatf flat- Something mighty IntorHtlrig here for the man who Is alert to smart hut styles and even more Im portant, who knovv..ound values when he sees them. StetsonsV-and oth 6r leading make3 tho now Fall soft hats and derbies a complete showing, and JUst outQf the boxes'. Please consider this nn Invita tion to 'look over 'those hats and try them on. Stetson Hats' '. . $o.O(), $7.00 nnd $8.00 KnoSc Hals ...,.:? ". .' ; ,8i00 C &K.,Hnti! .;!'.. $S.OO, $0.00 nnd 98.00 Cornett Hats $5.00 Odf Special Hats , 33,00 nnd iVloo A I Hi! ' ' " I it 1 ; 1 ' 1 t v.- d -i - Vt i " J'i'l ' 1 1 : su r irfs 'xn 11 S'"'xri . l 1 .J T ram tn V 4 tit f. e-l AKwr Mru ivtj w W" " vkMar&fMeKW A W A?LsmeVK tin -ft v xv T"" JBSF7r l-iiPBk - - flfc xmvw "S yOU wouldn't buy a oar - 011 tlioTstreugth of steed piBtoiiSj or Jbat'ier urjholsterjr that were showrn you, You wouldn't buy office equip ment on the strength of a piece of oak or mahogany. You want to see the finished product; you want to know what you are getting. That's the beauty of comingl .to us for Hart JSchaffner.. Marx ready made clothdls,' You see the finished product on you; you know what you'c getting before you buy.satislf faction guaranteed. " Suits priced from h Copyrbjbt t?l Bart Sduffaer Max $25 TO-7 $75 Boys' School rT' Plots j'JYear-reslstiug" Qualities at Marvelously Low Prices. Sturdy, serviceable suits of wear-resisting materitvls in very newest models. Furnish ings that witl add to the joys of their school ' life. Careful buying enable' us to await the f younger generation's or itical inspection of our chjldren's wear with confideuce that the re s suit will be mutually profitable. All classes "of apparel are represented and qualities are causistent With our high standard of value--giying. Boy Suits .$7.50 io $25,00 Sensible, Sturdy Styles Jn Children's Footwear ': Dad's purse meets less strain when Children's Shoes arewell fitted. That's why go man fathers bring their children here for school shoes. Dark, brown calfskin and fine kid shoes -nave footform lasts and soles that can stand scuffing play. Smoke elk hide shoes sunMsr. 'defiance to late fall slush and snow and they're built to -wear during a long shoe life. Billiken Shoes $4.00 to $6.00 Merriam School Shoes for Misses and Children, from $2.50 to $5.00 Other good lines at $2.50 and $3.00 Some Children want to sleep in Billikens, but mothers usually objeot. S. W. Anderson Co. OWENSBORO, Incorporated Whore Courtesy Reigns' -. KENTUCKY -H 'i VJ h u .