THE HARTFORD HERALD
WEDNESDAY SEPT. 10, iplO
o o i o o o o o o o o o o o a
9 NEIGlinonilOOD X1T.VS. o
'I .Spend n 91 on Itnt-Snnp nml
Hnvcil tlio Trice of n Hojr."
vlso ovory farmer troubled with
rats to uso HAT-SNAP. Tried ov-
Jnmcs McQulrc, famous
rtalser of Now Jorsoy says, '
JJov. Ozora Schultz assisted by
Hot. Birch Shields Is conducting n ,, , Bf ,,. nf rnfq ,
merles of meetings at Pond Run np $J on nAT.gNAp pjgurod ratB ,t
USt Cliurcn, Bovcriu cumur.u..B ...... k,ed saml tho prko of hog
additions to tho church havo been
made, they baptized at Hockport
Mrs. Anna Howard, of Greenville,
RAT-SNAP comes In cako form.
No mixing with other food'. Cats
or dogs won't touch It. Threo
t J. S. Caseblor & Co., nnd Tay-
is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. G.
UTiyjor ana ... u i.u. . .... . ,ors Dng atop0f p6Vor nm. Wal.
I4uviue wnere sne win nu.Ke "r kif MypUo Uorm Brnnch. Acl(,
-Mrs. Bcrnle Shultz, of Shultz
town. spent a few days with her
jrarcnts, 3Ir. and Mrs. A. G. Tny-
A BIT OP ADVICE
'Bros., nnd Williams & Duke, Hart
lor, last week.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
While tho law requires each tax-
air. J. Brown, of Paradise, visit-' nnvor tn annear at our offlco nnd
ed some of his old friends In this ' giv0 a complete list of all his taxa
communty last week. bio property, for tho convenience of
4f ntimitln Hl11tn..cf innilfl n ' . .. . . . - ...
.in. iuuuiu oiiiiuuio i...u . Tiioso in remoio aismcis. wo win
visit them at their various voting
precincts. Watch for udvcrtlse-
tjuslness trip to Hartford last week.
On the first day of this month
the stork left at tho home of Mr. ment.
and Mrs. Murry Chlnn, a baby girl.
Wr. Murry Chlnn was In Beaver
Dam last week on business.
The company is uuiiumg a nno jiisa ErnIe Brown an(i two nttle
theatre at Echols. It Is reported Bstors, Dolsa and Oleta, visited
D. E. WARD,
that the cost will be about- $10,000.
Several from her attended tho
singing convention at Oak Grove.
31r. Leoman Bennett, of Newland
Texas, spent a fow days with his
cousins, Messrs. P. L. and J H.
Wood and their family last week.
Miss Moggie Hunter is visiting
relatives at Centray City.
Mr. Ban Klmmell and sister,
Sllss Blanche, of Rochester, visited
"taeir cousins. Miss Myrl and Mr.
Kay Klmmell from Friday until
IMbnday, attending tho fair Satur
day. Misses Ethel, Ora and Cora Ever
By visited relatives at McHenry
tram Saturday until Monday.
Mrs. W. D. Barnard ft visiting
6er daughter, Mrs. UlusJames, of
Airs. Robert Matthews has return
etl home after spending several days
vrfth relatives in Tetfn.
aiiss Athel Wood was In Central
Mr. L A. Klmmell and wife was
at the bedside of their sister, Mrs.
Hob Taylor, of Buell, a few days
Seat week who is very III.
blisses Mollye Penrod and Mary
Staples, of Nelson, spent Thursday
With Miss Mary Ethel Everly.
Miss Loraino Everly was in Hart
ford last week having dental work
.Mrs. Wilzie Rowe and father, Mr.
Coleman spent last week with their
jfier, and daughter, Mrs. Bob Tay
lor, or Buell who is very low at
Jlr. and Mrs. W. S. Hill have mov
1 to Hartford where Mr. Hill Is
their aunt nnd grandmother, near
Cool Spring Saturday and Sunday.
First Don't Delay. Second Don't
If you suffer from backache;
headaches or dizzy spells; if you
rest poorly and aro languid In the
morning; if tho kidney secretions
aro Irregular nnd unnatural in ap
pearance, do not delay. In such
cases tho kidneys often need help.
Doan's Kidney Pills aro especial
ly prepared for kidney trouble.
They are recommended by thous
ands. Can Hartford residents do
sire more convincing 'proof of tholr
effectiveness than the statement of
a Hartford citizen who has used
them and willingly testifies to tholr
L. P. Turner, fnrmer, Clay street.
Hartford, says: "I am glad to rec
ommend Doan's Kidney Pills be
cause they relieved mo when my
kidneys and back troubled me. 1
consider Doan's Kidney Pills a re
liable kidney medicine and deserv
ing of great prnlse.''
Price COc at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the samo
that Mr. Turner had. Foster-Mll-burn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
The Wilson Company, a corpora
tion, under tho laws of tho State of
Kentucky, Is closing up Its business.
THE WILSON CO.,
33-4t By OLLA WILSON, Pros
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES ,
Alien'. Foot-Eae, ths sntlecptie ponder to bo
shaken Into the shoes and sprinkled In tho foot
bath. Tho l'lattsbiirp Camp Manual advl.es men
In training to use Foot-Easoln their shoes each
morning. It pre. ents blisters and aore spots and
rellce painful, swollen, smarting feet and takes
tho sting out of corns and bunions. A certain
relief for sweating, callous, tired, aching feet.
Alway" nse Allen'i Foot-Easo to brealt In new
shoes. Sold everywhere, Me
"Several from here
We aro badly in need of rain
Mrs Manford Autrey has re
'celred a letter from her son, Archie,
stating that he has re-enlisted in
the army anil is, now statoned al
lllrace Johnson has returned
fruni overseas. He was stationed
cm the Rhino for nine months.
All tho soldiers have returned to
Jtoaine lut two.
Most everybody from here aro
attending the meeting at Salem.
Quito a lot of people aro repair
las' their houses, digging wells and
.tither farm work.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Ashby has
erturned home from Pluska, Tenn ,
where she has been visiting rela
ting. Miss Lillian Tlchenor will soon
Xcive for Bowling Green where she
will complete her course In music.
tAlbw ilba.belle Stewart will leavo
".soon for Mississippi to enter school.
Miss Marlon Baker has returned
Eiuine from Graham where sho has
&etn visiting Miw Mary Pollock.
'McHenry played another interest
Vns name of ball last Monday wltn
SJchoJs. Tho score was 10 to 7 In
Savor of McHenry.
JOIm Beulah Palmer has been
3fsftlng Miss Edyth Nuchols at Li
riermore. Mrs. Simpson atid daughtor, Ag
k&j, of Graham, havo been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. Nowton Daniel, of
IMJdwny. have moved hero.
FARM I'OR SALE
49 aoro3 one mlli west of Duke
iarst. Ten acres hill, rest tllci' bot
toms. Good Improvements three
room dwelling with two porches. ?75
A Voice From Sioux Gity, Iowa, says
VP&W1 Ws&E U &SU
Wora Hs WolgK In &o2d
You cannot mLta'.: tho words of Mr. W. W. Northrop, of 908 Fourth
Street, Sioux Ci:y, I u j. I!o Is enthusiastic about !iU proscnt health and
tho merits of PE-RL'-N.V. and v.aais everyone t Imow It. Hore Is a re
cent letter from Jiitn :
VfSSa. 1 1 ' ,.? K&-'
'-'At ' ""-i
"?r.RUO;A ii v.crtilUnelihtla cold
n.v t.'iei -c: :r. I ui'J ,o t!.ir.i it only a w o
vz. 'i rc-!"Jy t'u! !uo c'uast'J ray m'.sd.
J 'i ? ro"j;'i, csr'iL.j!'.' ' lv.B norainr.
A." jrinnglislf a loltlf st PE-ilU-N'A v.'Ji
inud-b-'uv.-. I v o.. co-.s'i up c.unks of
I.Ll.'jiaa.'.aai.c.' , "f.- ilchcJajd both
I'reJiac. J:.Jji-. fioa t'J ij.'ip'o'-issl.cn
iajoi.Tl. no it' i-atith. Jlr.toniach
i-.Ic uu. i Ici.L. c .ii:ioa since uiiag your
fuc Ji iat'.''
""sc IliZi lc.ir ci;!,itou v.iih. Don't
U ju.te toaJv ers:.t iLs-.crits of rHRU-NA."
IS.soeJ) W. NV. NORTIimn.
There arc Ihousand? j jst !.!:e Mr. Northnip, skeptical at first but
convinced by a tr.il of PE-RU-NA.
DON'T BH AN UNBELIEVER.
If your trouble 1? of a catarrhal nature, try PE-RU-NA, thcn.tcllyour
friends. It is fine after an attach of crip or Spanish Flu.
Sold Everyvherc Tablets or Liquid
FOR CATARRH AND CATARRHAL CONDITIONS
An Easy Way to Get Bigger
Grain Yields with Less Seed
Planting with a. grain drill,
Instead of with a broadcast
seeder will cause you no more
work, in fact, considerably less,
and in a short time the saving
in seed will pay for the drill.
That, in itself, is sufficient
reason why we want you to see
the John Deere-Van Brunt Grain
Drill we have on display. There
are other reasons that apply only
to the Van Brunt. This drill
has a patented, adjustable gate
force feed that successfully
handles any size seed from alfalfa
to bearded oats without chok
ing. The force feed compels the
seed to leave tit; grain box in
even continuous streams and: the
seed is protected until It reaches
the bottom of the furrows
That is why a field planted
with a Van Brunt Drill makes
such a pleasing, appearance to
the eye and why it adds extra
money to your battle account.
All of the grain is. ready for
liarvcst at one time. There are
no bore spots in the field and
you can feel absolutely sure
that no seed is wasted in plant
ing. Come in and let us show
you how easy it is to regulate the
now of seed so that an equal
amount is placed in each furrow
simply moving a lever regu
lates the quantity sown.
J. D. Williams & Son
Beaver Dam Ky.
HEAD TO FOOT APPAREL for M AN, WOMAN or CHIU
I lert ure nil th fascinating new r.tyle touches that make such n wo
ui.'fcrcnco to liia woman who knows now to dress. You don't have to
Paris to get them,
to cj to
A. J&, .. ??
j r.t; a rfswey wiMrr
Dloujo 8"W nrets Blitue 85H Drow
25 cent 8161 25ccnn SMI
Skirt S2'J3 Si cent Skirt 82'J 25 rcnu
20 cents , 20 cents
WouM 8332 DreU
25 cent 81U J
SXIrt 8174 23 cent
20 rtnv. .'
Pictorial Review Patterns
brtnz the Paris fashions straight to you. The
October Patterns j
are now on sale and are brimful of advance fashion information. 1
Extends a Cordial Welcome to Visitors.
At this "Your Surest Store" you will fiud a friendly service you'll enjoy; ;t kindly
consideration whether you buy or not. A safeguarded cloths service for men and
boys fa what we offer, Furnishings, Hats, Footwear, Kus, Fioor Coveiings,
Luggage and Ladies' Ueady to-Wear. Of the same dependability. Visit this big
store, you are welcome.
MODES OF TKICOTIXK AND SEICGE EMPHASIZE THE
IMPOItTAN'CE OF THE WOOLEN FROCK
It's no wonder woolen Frocks aro enjoying such popu
larity when they are as fascinatingly styled as these lato in
terpretaton3. Unexpected and strjklngly original aro the
lines which they follow. Some sleeves are long and extreme
ly tight and 1 nsomo instances smartly buttoned from wrist
to elbow whilo others boast flowing sleeves with a touch of
embroidery for trimming. The simple elegance of tho
bodices is echoed in the skirts. In each offering the wholo
effect is one of charm and distinctiveness. Prices too, aro
Ready-to-Wear Department Second Floor
J- 25 cecta
you know thsj
new way to use
fringe, caueht in at
both edges so that it
Many of the gowns
Paris is sending over
for Autumn are
. trimmed in this way.,
I Pictorial Review i
always show the newest
style touches far In ad
vance. Look through the
Nov) On Stia
X blouses and tu
nic blouses. Those
show all the knowing
little style touches
that give them that
"different" air well,
dressed women are
always looking for.
Many novelties not
to be found else
"VJ l D.tt
Now On Sale
PRESENTING A GROUP OF UP-TO-THE-MINUTE SUIT
Never have fashion's dictations been more carefully or
successfully carried out than they are In these suits. Excell
ent workmanship, rick fabrics and original designing stamp
these modes at once ultra modish and tasteful. Come in and
see these beautiful garments our salespeople will not urgo
you to buy but will In businesslike manner demonstrate to
you our leadership In style, quality and service. COME BUY
YOUR FALL SUIT NOW.
Ready-to-Wear Department Second Floor-
No matter what else
your wardrobe contains
it must have at least
one of these charming
new tunic blouses.
There are ever so many
new and distinctive
models in the
Now On Sale
.4 tW Mj
Jr W '
SiinlO mouM Skirt 8t04
kid J5cat JOoeoa
S. W. Anderson Co
Where .Courtesy Reigns
wrricre ror particm -
W. K. HARDIN.
Hartford, Ky., R. R.
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