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immwi A Good Point uow and then is relish ed by the best of men, For instance, do yon know that DUTCHESS TROUSERS 10c a Button, 1 a Rip are adorning the fig ures of over 2,000,000 satisfied weanrj all over the conn try that they are warranted to wear everywhere. I You had better see us today I "Nuff Sed," mmmwwwwwwwwMW Our Saturday Leader I 1 pound Circle Blend Chase & Sanborne Coffee, 45c. WILLIAHS & DUKE HARTFORD, ICY. VMMWHWUMW VWWWWUV "VVV! . wOOUUOCOOOOOOO WiPM, VSWH ANI O t'MCSUAAL I'UJ.NTh Q - jtjeooooorooocooe Mr. Wllllo Petty, jof Barrett's Ferry, visited the editor Saturday. That good Ford roofing can bo ? rhad at lActon Bros. Mrs. YewelfBaugh has accepted a position In tho Collego at Beaver Dam, unn sai.R fno house and lot t J02A$&l!$(9b, vL.'For patlculars cHon Mrs. James ' Lyons, Hartford ford Ky, v RubDer For that now Rubber Tiro Bugcy that you aro gcdng to purchase, see Acton Bros., Hartford, Ky. Messrs). Thomas Whltehouse and Hayden Westerfleld, of Narrows, were In Hartford, Wednesday. Miss Mattle Bonner Barrett, of Barrett's Ferry, Is visiting the edit or and other rolatlves in Hartford. Misses Thelma Newton and Mabel Raines, of Beaver Dam, wero pleas ant callers at tho Herald office Mon day. Mrs. E. S. Howard, who has been under treatmont In Pope Ranitar ium, Loulsvillo, for somo time, Is rapidly Improving. Mrs. Miller, of tho Goshen neighborhood, spent a few days with her granddaughter, Mrs. A. C. Acton, last week. , Mr. W. II. Collins and daughter, , 'fallbs Rose Etholyn, spent tho latter vpart o( tno week ,n Owensboro and Evansvillo, Shopping. -Messrs. Dolmer Austin and Clar ence Roark, of McIIenry, have gono to Meridian, Mississippi for tho v fflwfr M while the l pickin's good." purpose of purchasing some farm ing land. I have moved my pressing club to the room above Baize's store. Raymond Felix. Wanted; Good reliable man to sell monuments. Acme Marble & Granite Co. Canton Ga. 45-3t FOR SALE Dodge Five Passenger car. 1918 Model, In good condition Call Cumberland Phono 17,Cent"r town. Miss Mary Forman, of near Nar rows, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Foster Bennett, during the past two weeks. Mr. A. M. Barnett and daughters, Amelia and Helen, visited Mr. Bar nett's brother, Dr. Nestor Barnett, of Caneyvlllo, Saturday. (Messrs. Leo Jenkins and Stilllo Mason, of Rockport, Ky., visited 'Mlsess Mabel and Tholma Newton, jof Beaver Dam Sunday. Mr. F. L. Felix left Saturday morning, for Loulsvillo, Ky., where ho will spend a few days beforB going South for tho winter. I If you want guaranteed house (paint, write Fordsvlllo Planing ville Planing Mill Company for card will como to you by first mall. ( Mr. S. F. Riley has sold his res idence on Clay street to Mr. D. S. Bennett, of Decatur, Ala. Mr. Ben nett will likely return to Hartford about Jan. 1 Maurlno, tho Uttlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Parks, of Clay street, has boon dangerously 111 of pharyngitis for several days but Is now 'thought to bo Improving. The lady Maccabees will meet Thursday, November 13, at 3:00 o' clock. All members are requested to bo present. MRS EVA L. BENNETT, Commander. Master Richard Brawner, tho 8 year old grandson of Mrs. Emma Hudson, of this city, had his ton 8114 removed Saturday night. Dr. arlfflth, of. Owensboro, performed the operation. Tho llttlo - fellow olnnrl ilia nnnrnHnn wall 1111(1 hflft OVWU.. ..w -, . about recovered from tho effects. Let us sell you that new cook stove or rango that you aro gong to purchaso soon. Wo buy In car lots, which enables us to mnko very at tractive prices on our entire lino. Acton Uros. Hartford, Ky. FOU SALE C4 acres 1,4 Ml. Mc-ilt-piy. V: Ituibcr land. Lays well. Good 3 room house, collar, outbuild ings etc. Prlco $1750. Ualzo & Oreop, Hartford, Ky. If you need a first class guarn tecd surry either steel or rubber tire, tho latest stylo, ask Fords vlllo Plnlnlng Mill, Company for prices. They will write you prompt ly and you aro only out tho postage. Do It now. AH kinds of second hand lumber and 'building material, a lot of fine shelving, drawers, tables, and stono pillars for sale at tho Fogle build ings, opposite the court house. It A. M. Barnett. Mrs. Emma P. Darbour, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Williams, for a considerable length of time, returned to her homo in St. Louis, Mo Wednesday. She wns accompanied by Mrs. Williams. i Mr. Roma Baize, of the real estate firm of Dalzo and Creep, has gono to Meridian Mississippi to see a bout a deal for 15000 acres of cut over land. From there ho will go to Dartow, Florida to look after some business, before returning homo. He will be gono about 10 days. Mr. W. D. Smith has purchased tho residence of .Mr. E. Crabtrce, on Union Street, liuir tho site of tho old water mill. Mr. Crabtree has pur chased the residence property, own ed and occupied by Mr. V. C. Elgin, In the corner if Mulberry and Union Streets. '. For anything In (ho furniture Una such as Davinettes, Deds, Dressera, Dining Tables, Buffets, Rockers, chairs .Mattresses Rugs and moat tlngs see our line before buying. We can save you money. Acton Bros. Hartford, Ky. Word has jbeen received hero by Mrs. J. A. Tate, that her brother. Dick Taylor Gilstrap, who has been In the lT S. Army four and a half years, (the last three of which have been spent In Tientsin, China, is enroute home and will likely ar rive hero about the last of this month. Little Lois Tato, six-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Tate, living on Ellzabethtlwn road near Leitchfield, died Sun day night of complications following diphtheria. The child had been 111 only a few days. Burial took place In a family graveyard near church iLltchfleld Gaette A revival Meeting will commence at Goshen Methodist Church next Monday night at 7 o'clock. Every one invited to attend and help us iu this meeting. Tho preaching will bo done by tho pastor and the singing will be done by tho local people. Come and lend a helping hand. Help a Rood cause. If you are not right with God como and got right. E. Watt Smith, Pastor. Preaching; at tho Methodist church in Hartford next Sunday at 11 o'clock A. M. and at 7 o'clock P. M. Every ono is cordially invited to attend these services. Sunday School at 9.45 A. M. If you have not "beon in tho habit of attending Sunday school, or If you have lost tho habit get tho habit and como and be with us. Classes for all ages. A hearty welcomo to all. Come and bring your friends. E. Watt Smith, Pastor. was It is -time to buy your winter supply of Salt. 2801b. barrel - - $3.50 2001b. bags - - $2,50 1001b. bags - - $1.40 50 lb., bags - - .75 BEAVER DAM COAL CO. ' McHenry and Taylor Mines, Kentucky ., I anerarmrmciariTVTwn rrtr Rev. Virgil Elgin, of Adalrvlllc. ' Ky. la visiting his son.Vlrgll Jr , oi this city. Mr. John Formnn, of Dundee, Mulled tho H-rali' whllo In lln.'tford n:i. business Ti: diy. Mr. J. W. Drown, of Llvcrmoro Hon to 1, was in Hartford on -business Tuesday. Mr. Wllllo Forman, of IlarrettB Ferry, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Foreman, In Clay street. Prof. Henry Leach spent two days with his son, Hlnton, at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, last week. The Ideal Theater, Deaver Dam, Ky., will have for Its patrons Thurs day Nov. 13, 1919, D. W. Griffith's "Romance of Happy Valley" and Fatty Arbuckle In "The Other Man" Monday Nov. 20, 1919, The Gor mand Ford Stock Co. open for a weeks engagement In all new Roy al plays. Comedy and drama. Saturday Not. ,15, 1919, .Vivian Martin In "Miranda Smiles" and Mack Sennctt In "Love Loops The Loop." iMrs. Arthur Petty, of Henderson, visited In Hartford from Saturday until Tuesday. She went from here to Louisville where she will visit her brother Mr. Earnest Woodard for a few days. Frank Pardon repairs watches, Frank Pardon Owensboro, Ky. For New watches. .. TKACIIKS' PAY IIKItK Supertendent Howard :iotlilo im tl-at tho 3rd mouth pay for to.v,h ers has arrived and that ch,,,!f arc now being mailed to those who have sent In their reports. TAX-PAYERS NOTICE! This is the last call for tax es before the penalty goes on. Don't delay, p:iy now and save more than per cent in penalty, as well as fees for levying, advertising, etc. S A? PUATCIIKU, 4G-4t Sheriff Ohio County, . o SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE WE HAVE A SCHOLARSHIP GOOD FOR EITHER A STENO GRAPHIC COURSE OR A BOOK KEEPING COURSE IN THE OWENSBORO BUSINESS COL LEGE. WILL SELL THIS AT CON SIDERABLE REDUCTION. THE GRADUATES OF THIS SCHOOL ARE HOLDING SPLENDID POS ITIONS. SEE THEIR AD IN THIS ISSUE. WE ALSO HAVE A SCHOL ARSHIP IN THE DRAUGHONS 'PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE AT PADUCAH. WILL ALSO SELL THIS CHEAP . CALL THE HARTFORD HERALD REWARD FOR DO(J. $10 reward for black, ring neck hound with white on end of tall. Re turn to GUY COMBS, Narrows. Ky. 43tf Pattievillo Telephone Exchange THE MAIN DIFFER- KXCE BETWEEN FARR1S' COLIC REMEDY and tho others, you do not drench tho animal, a child cai give It.Good for bloat in cattle. vTrvgrrrtrrrrt'gR-?. ... "OWENSBORO" The wagon farmers cull for today. We have them in. wide track, in the sizes which farmers require for farm us:. 2i in., 23 in. and 3 in. We can furnish other sizes. Send us your order at once while we can make proinp shipments. Act now, do not delay. Write us if you are thinking of buying a wagon and we will write you promptly amt give you price, freight paid to your railroad station. It is no bother to us. We will be glad to hear from you whetfi er'you buy or not. Fordsyilie Planing mill Compan JAKE WILSON, Manager. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan, with electric self-starting and lighting system and demountable rims with 3-inch tires front and rear, is a family car of class and comfort, both in summer and in winter. For touring it is a most comfortable car. The large plate glass windows make it an open car when desired, while inci-cc of rain and all inclem ent weather, it can bo made a most delightful closed car in a few minutes. Rain-proof, dust proof, fine upholstering, broad, roomy seats. Simple in operation. Anybody can safely drive it. While it has all the distinctive and econom ical merits of the Ford car in operation arcl maintenance. Won't you come in and look it over? E. 1'. BARNES & BROTHER Beaver Dam, Ky. iJO To Our Farmer Friends. Reports from our auctioneer and figurer, now on the eastern matfcot, show tobacco selling higher th&nvas ever known. This indicator that our market here Is going to bo higher, so our advice ,to our farnwr friends Is not to sacrifice on their tobacco. There Is going to bo on our looso leaf floor tho coming season tin largest number of buyers from all ovr il.e worl I than ever b:o-.- n therefore will bo to the farmers' interest to bring their tobacco to what their tobacco will have tho strongest competition and where factories fiv (quipped ' hand!1 it aii'l give the highest ,prlces. Tho capacity of our house has been thrlbbled by building now addition, just largo enough now so personal attention can bo given to every bas ket of tobacco, house equipped with latest prism lights, have over C54 feet of loading and unloading space, tho best lighted house In Owensfio ro, no posts to keep the light from having freo access to every basket in any part of tho house; not too largo but what tho buyers will bo freak, when the sale Is over as they wero when they started, which Is not trwr on a large house. Above all, special attention Is given to nea-Ur loadlng every basket. We have arranged about 100 largo alul warm stalls for your teams. s.i arranged that your harness Is safe, so you do not havo to go out froas under tho warehouse shed to put your teams up. Wo have private railroad tracks direct to our warehouse, convenient for unloading your tobacco direct on tho floor If you wish, to ship us Uf rail. This Is much better than to haul it across tho city in wagons U houses that do not havo these conveniences, thus damaging and drying out your tobacco before It reaches tho factory floor, even If they ugretj t haul it for nothing you aro tho looser. Wo not only sold tho highest bonafldo salo of dark tobacco last seaso made by any houso In tho state, but havo every year stood at tho top o. both dark and hurley types on averages on tho market which counts We feel thoso who havo sold over our floor In tho past will bo pleas ed to come to us when tho season opens, and thoso who have never sold any tobacco over our floor will glvo ua an opportunity to servo them they will never go olsowheio. When tho season opens bring us your tobacco and bo convinced. FIELD 1IROS & COMPANY, Cumb. phono 153. (Incorporated) Homo phono 798. i Owensboro, Ky. The' Harford Herald and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer Both papers one year - $2.00 Applied to both rouurvalB and no'; Bub3oriptiono, FORDSVILLE, KT. if OSr. ,U MgSh . j- i-.w-j'