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The Hartford Herald
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HARTFORD HERALD PUB. CO.
Iacorporate4
McDOWXXL A. POG1X,
PreaMeat ad Editor
LYMAN G. BARRETT,
I A few EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES
In Furniture during BOSKET'S
Semi-Annual Clearance Sale.
Enamel Ware, Aluminum .Ware,
Ht'js-Trr., aad Managing Editor Tinware and Queenaware, SO per cent
off during the sale at Boaket'e Caab
Entered according to law at tbe gtore
Poetofflce, Hartford, Ky., ai mall
matter of tbe second elasa.
County Attorney 0. C. Martin
waa la rraaKion on Dusinea s ay
or two lat week.
ADVERTISING' RATES
Local Advertising, 10c per line for
be flrrt Insertion and 8c per line
for eacb Insertion tbereafter.
Rates for Display Advertising made'
known on application. '
Ail pdlltic.il advertising, cash In ad
vance.
Cnrl of Thnnks, Resolutions of
Respect, Obituaries and Obituary
foetry, 1 cont per word. Headlines
nd signatures 6 rents eacb.
Telephones
Farmers Mutual 73
Cumberland Long Distance
We are headquarters for Red Top
and Red Clover Seed, and other grass
Seeds. 8-it
W. E. ELLIS c BRO.
If you are looking for a bargain In
a Suit or an Overcoat, DO NOT BUT
until you have attended Bosket's
Clearance Sale.
Mr. Freeman Schapmlre waa tbe
guest of relatives In Central' City,
from Friday until Sunday night.
Mrs. Ollle Bar-pet t was tbe gueat of
her sister, Mrs. Luther Norris, of Ow-
ensboro, from Friday until Sunday.
READ OUR SALE VALUES IN
WRITE GOODS.
BOSKET'8 CASH STORE.
Centertown, Ky.
Mr, W. T. Woodward, who has been
confined to hlJ bed with Illness, dur
ing the pirat few weeks, la. very mich
better.
Mrs. Arthur Petty, . of Henderson,
spent from Friday until. Monday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Woodward.
rirUM -RII'TIOX RATES j
ONE YEAR $1.50;
SIX MONTHS JW,
THREE MONTHS ... .45
SINGLE COPY ' .05
Subscriptions requiring paper to
be sent beyond tbe third .Postal
Zone will not be accepted for less'
than One Year at $1.75. j
Notices of ( Iiurcu Services Free j
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 1922 '
Ir j-ts ct ive of mte!s opto ion as to
tlir propriety of Postmaster-General'
Ili'.yb' action in uef.eciing one of thej
"tf-.t minds" fro;n public service to
commercial lines, it Is gratifying to
ki.ow that the new Dictator of Movie-j
land liss a truer appreciation of the!
fitne.-s of t'.il-.'gs t!::i:i has t?ie Czar
of Hasd;!, aa is evidenced by the
nrnOiincrrr.ent of Ills resignation to
ta!; iSv:'. in the near future.
Word has been received by his
local relatives that. Mr. Willam S.
Hamlet, who has beosn with the
American Army of Occupation In Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown were In
Germany since shortly after the Owensboro from Friday until Sunday
Armistice, arrived In Nev York on night. Mr. Keown attended a tobacco
the 9th. Inst. ' .'growers' meeting there, Saturday.
Tbe General Assembly now has un
lor consideration a proposal to sub
mit to I lie people a constitutional
amendment permitting a $50,000,
liiiti hc.rA i'-ue to b u-ed for the
icmi letii'.-i of the system of inter-
county State ro;id3, the plan I for j
wh it'll w.is n.a;.ped out by tlie Legis-1
lainre of 1&20. it is etijiiated by 1
th" advocates of the proposition that
tlie jieyent roud fund, derived from
tlie Rutomokije. tax, gasoline tax, &c,
will bn suffl. ient to pay the interest
on the boniig and provide an ade
quate finking fund to retire them at
maturity, thus obviating the necessi
ty of any increased, taxation for that
purpose. H.at we need the road im
provement contemplated goes with
out buying and if it can be obtained
in the way indicated, without addi
tional burdens op the taxpayers. It
eliould, and, probably would, carry, if
submitted to a vote of the people.
The faithful Republican partisan
"regulars" In the United States Sen
ate ran true to form Saturday when
they applied a thin and unconvinc
ing coat of whitewash to the pluto
cratic G. O. P. claimant of the Michi
gan senatorial toga. Newberry's
tfatement to the Senate Just before
the vote bad ho effect on the result,
as no one believed it would. It was
a clean-cut choice between honesty
and Justice and political expediency,
the latter having the under-bold. Tbe
expenditure of an enormous "slush
fund" was conclusively proved In
court of law a? well aa before the
fceoutorla investigating committee.
If Newberry did not know that such
wet bod i were used. In bis campaign,
It changes tbe' suspicion directed
toward him from corruption to that
or imbecility. The Senate is- bad'
enough already without a further'
admixture of sucb. But tbe leader
of bis party in tbe Upper House were
not so charitable, as was evidenced by t
their abstract censure of such meth
ods as obtained bis election.
Little Truman was oh! no naughty
To treat "TJn LUil" so rough.
But they needed bis vote and bis
boodle,
So a alap on tbe wrist was enough.
i alt' ,
Fire caused by spark from tbe
kitchen flue caused slight damage
to tbe roof of tbe residence of Mr.
r. D walker, on Clay Street, about
1 o'clock Monday night. The blaie'
w discovered by Jtfaster Park Tap
pan as l) u making his paper
route. .The alarm waa promptly
given and tbe volunteer fire brigade
turned out instanter, extinguishing
tbe Are before It could gain any ap
preciable headway.
Mrs. Annie Berrman. of near Hart
ford, left last Monday for Los Angeles,
Ctl.," where ehe will jend the re
mainder of the winter with ber daugb
ter, Mrs. Homer Drlskill, and family.
Un route she will spend tew dsys In
Loulsvll.e as tbe mtst of br nephews,
ilesKre. Wood and Edward Alton,
Don't forget the Annual
Farm Bureau Meeting
in Hartford,
January 23, 1922
1:00 o'clock p. m.
Election of Officers and Directors.
BIG SPEAKERS.
I
PEERLESS MINSTRELS
Uuder the auspices of Lady Maccabees at
OPERA HOUSE, HARTFORD, KY. "
Wednesday, Jan. 18th.
Doors oeii 7:30 p, in. Show starts 8:00 p. in.
Admission: Adults, 50c; Children under 12, 25c.
TOWN GOSSIP
Are you attending our Big Clearance Sale?
If not you are the loeer.
It'a the talk of the town. Everybody is wonder
ing bow we do it. Don't be a "doubting Thomas,"
come and Bee us and we will explain to you how we
can sell,
$40.00 Ladies' Cloaks ..." $24.95
$30.00 Ladies' Cloaks .' 20.95
$25.00 Ladies' Cloaks 15.95
$35.00 Men's Overcoats 24.95
$3&00 Men's Overcoats . t. . . . . . 19.95
$15.00 Men's Overcoats ...... 8.95
WE WILL EXPLAIN TO YOU
How we can sell to ycu thousands of yards of Mill
Ends and Short Lengths below manufacturer's price.
3"c Cinghams, 32 Inches wk'e, per yd 20c
2Cc Ginghams, 27 Inches wide, per yd. .'. . .19c
2Cc Gingham, 27 inches wide, per yd 10c
Good rrints, dark or light, per yd '. 8c
Beet Outing, per yd 15c
Best Bed Ticking, per yd . . 35c
$1.25 White Table Linen, per yd ........ . .69c
35c Fancy Suitings, per yd .19c
36 inch Domestic, per yd . ; .10c
Good 36-inch Bleach, per yd. ' 15c
?0.00 and $25.00 Ladies' Furs , $11.95
85c yard wide Percales, very best, per yd. ....... .v. .20c
$6.00 Ladies' Waists 4-95
$8.00 Ladies' Waists 6-95
Taste is a matter of
; tobacco quality
. We stste k si our honest
belief that tne tobaccos ntei "
. in Chesterfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
taste) thsn in snr other
cigarette at the price. ' '
LiggtU tt Mjr Tbta C.
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Le&cr Frizes
10 ncv T".
n't TCc)
'Hi
CIGARETTES
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blenJed
7H
Ex-Jailer Worth Tichenor has
moved Into a part of the residence
of Mr.- Noah Rowe, onJIulberry
street, - -.
Mrs. O. T. Burns, city, spent last
week In Owensboro, with Mrs. E.
L. Bums, who was seriously ill, hut
is now convalescent.
If It Is anything to eat, we have
it. Clean, fresh stock of Groceries.
WILLIAMS & TAYLOR.
3-2t
Trlcotine, Serge, Wool Skirting,
Satin, Taffeta, Silk Poplin at prices
you cannot afford to miss, during
Bosket's Clearance Sale.
Mrs. W. C. Blankenship left Monda
for Herrln, 111., where she will be the
guest of her sister, Mrs, Noble Taylor,
and Mr. Taylor, for several days.
Mrs. James Nance and son, William,
of Owensboro, spent from Friday un
til Monday at the home of Mra.
Nance's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Woodward.
. Mrs. H. C. Schapmlre and daughter,
who have been visiting Relatives in
Hartford and Ohio County for several
days will leave for their home in
Bloomington, 111., today.
The many friends of Mr. Albert
Rial, who haa been confined to his
room with rheumatism for a number
of months, are glad to see him out
cn the street again.
Mr. and - Mrs. John A. Duke, left ' Mr. L. G. Barrett and infant son.
Saturday for Jackson, Mich., Where ILynn Culley, returned borne Sunday"
the former goes on a business mission, after having spent about , ten dayr-
Tbey will bo the guests of Mrs. Duke'e ;ar. the guests of Mrs. Barrett' par-
sister, Mrs. R. D. Nelson, and family,
remaining about ten days.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Culley, of
Stanley. -
Ideal Theater
. BEAVER DAM KY.
Thursday, Jan. 19, 1 922
Dougla
Fairbanks
Saturday, Jan. 21, 1922
TOM MIX
6ood Comedy Each Night
Everybody Invited.
Admission 20c and lOc.
00
ES
REDUCED !
The following prices are f. o. b. Detroit.
Effective January 15, 1922,
NEW PRICK ; OLD PRICE.
Touring, Regular ......$348.00...... $355.00
Runabout, Regular;....t319.00.......... ...$325.00
Chassis ............$285.00 $295.00
Coup? S.S. and D. R...$580.O0 .$595.00
Sedan S.S. and D. R....J645.00 ..; ....$660.00
Truck ChasBie ...........$430.00....... r....$445.00
, . . . .. - - x ' '
StarterB are $70.00, plua tax, and4
Demountable Rims are 125.00, plus tax.
When Bupplled with open modulB.
' - Tractors remain the same. c
BEAVER DAM AUTO CO.
Beaver Dam, Ky. L
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