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,1 1 s .Q .Q i O O O Q Q O ' LOCAL DA8HX8 O O O O O O Mr.. J. H. B. Carson made a bus! cm trip to Louisville last week. O-l Mr. A. A. Rial and little daogh- O tw, Annie Laura, were tht recant O guests of Hn Rial's parents. Mr. and Mr. W. .L Wlmsatt, at Duke-hurst. Odd Pant greatly reduced la prlca dgriag BOSKET'S Clearance SaJe. Mr. Jeff Curtis, of Root port, waa la Hartford last Wednesday, on business. Mr. and Mr. Sidney William who 1ave been - occupying room a in the residence of Mrs. Maggie Griffin hare ' moved Into room orer tha atore of Willlama Taylor. Dr. W. 'M. Warden, of Center town, was In Hartford last Wednes day on business. Hlajest cash price for eggs . and poultry every day In the year. W. E. ELLIS BRO. 4ttf. Messrs. Ben and Archie C. John son returned Tuesday from Florida whore they had spent a few weeks. Miss Amelia Plrtle has returned to Owensboro to resume her studies In tha Owensboro Business College, after spending the holidays here with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Plrtle. I Mr. W. O. Woodrlng. accompan ied by her children, went to Terre Hcute, Ind.. last week to ba at tha bedside of Mrs. Woodrlng' sister, Miss Beulah Hefflngton. who Is dan gerously 111. The semi-annual sale at Bosket's Cosh Store, Centertown, Ky., begins Saturday, Jan. 21 and continues un til Wednesday, Feb. 1. Mrs. A. C. Foster, or Oweasboro, pent a few days In Hartford last week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Foster and other relatives. HELP! me to help you. Build with brick. Estimates cheerfully furnished on large or small Jobs. Call or address. HERMAN STEVENS. . l-3tp Bearer Dam, Ky. Mr. R. B. Martin has had tha shelving and interior woodwork of the building recently vacated by Wil liam & Taylor repainted and re pel red. i ' Gingham, Percale, Shirting, Cheviot, Outing, Calico, Domestic, Sheeting, Suiting all are Included In our GRAND PRICE SMASHING CLEARANCE SALE beginning next Saturday. BOSKET'S CASH STORE. Centertown, Ky. FOR EUREKA EGG PRODUCER, guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion, or your1 money back, write or call LORENZO BENNETT. Barrett's Ferry, Ky. Pattlevtlle Tel Ex. S-2lp Mrs. G. A. Ralph, city, is at the bedside of her nephew, Delos Lan h.nni, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Lanham, near Fordsville. The young man has a very severe case of pneumonia. FOR SALE S. C. W. Leghorn ''Cockerels, year old In April. 264 to 300 eggs. Ferris Strain, Winter Lay ers, Mortgage Lifters. uet tnem while you can. Only a few left $5.00 each. Live 1 ml. from Ceral vo. Address EIBERT BROWN, 2-2tp Rockport, Ky, Plain $2.00. Bring me your Shoeing. Shoes, $1.50. .Toed Shoes, Forty years experience. A. B. ROW. 2-2t Centertown, Ky. Mrs. A. D. Kirk went to Louis i ville Thursday to be 'present at the marriage of Miss Lola E. Fields and Mr. Carl J. Couch. The wedding took place Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, at the Deer Park Bap tist Church. Mrs. Kirk was matron of honor. WANTE Young women and Mr. Wells C. Logan, who recently luri;h,ispd the Kentucky Light & Power Co., together with his family, have moved Into the residence on l'n Ion Street, recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett. men to learn stenography or sales manshlp at home. Big demand. Typewriter furnished. Free Em ployment Service. Write for free literature on Course you prefer. FEDERAL EXTENSION UNIVER SITY. Champaign, Illinois. 9 $ 9 9 fit SO 1 goomeining is g 1 Going to Drop! g It will be a great big chunk off S the regular prices on Men's nd Boys Suits and Overcoats. Also Ladies' and Misses' Coats a and Coatsuits. 8 1 Men's Suits S 9 9 Men's Suits, regular price $13.50, now IIO.CO H iMen's Suits, regular price 18.50, .now 14.50 9 Men's . Suits, regular price 25.00, now 19.25 0 Men's Suits, regular price 30.00, now 24.00 $ Men's Knits, regular price 35.00, now 27.50 9 g Boys Suits 9 Hoys' Suits, regular price $ 5.00, now...... $ 3f Hoys' Suits, regular price 8.00, now 6.00 9 0 Hoys' Suits, regular price 10.00, now , 8.00 1 9 Hoys' Suits, regular price 12.00, now 10,00 5? Boys' Suits, regular price 15.00, now 11.25 j? 9 1 Ladies' and Children's Coats . g g Regular trice $ 5.00, now $ 3.75 9 Hegular'prico 8.00, now 6.00 Kegular price 12.50, now 10.00 9 a Kegular price 22.50, now ,. 18.00 g Kegular price 25.00, now 19.75 2 Ladies' Coatsuits Regular price $25.00, now H19.75 g a Regular price 30.00, now 24.00 9 . Regular price 40.00, now.... '30.00 9 If you are in need of auything in this 9 5 line you can't afford to tuiss this oppor- 9 . tunity. . 0 Very truly yours, 9 f Carson & Co f S Hartford, Ky. I 0 - 9 .O J, "fi " '- .' ' ; 0 . 5 Annoimcing me Opening of Ills mm Ira! You may know something about the splen did stocks that are always here. Then JUST THINK what it means when we say Everything On Sale At Loom-End Prices! 1 Sale opens TODAY. Come as soon as you can new things will be put sale daily. S. W. ANDERSON CO. Incorporated " " , OWENSBORO, Where Courtesy Reigns. KENTUCKY EXAMINATION FOR COMMON SCHOOL DIPLOMAS 87tli. and S8th. Examinations for Ohio County, Common School Graduates, for diplo mas, are . to be held at Fordsville, Beaver Dam and Hartford on the fourth Friday and Saturday. January 27 and 28. All common school stu dents who have completed the course should avail themselves of the op portunity to take some one of these eliminations, whether they content Vlute entering high school or not. It will be well worth the trouble and time. .. ,- BEAVER DAM SCHOOL HON-. . OR ROLL FOR DECEMBER ASSESSMENT COMPLETED ; Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward has completed the assessment rolls for the year 122. as of July first 1921. The report shows a total assessmeue of lll.234.S25 compared with a total of $11,870,144 for the year previous, t loss of $655,819. The report shows 1,3(3 los, 181 of wlifch are females. 1st. Grade Lewis Morton Wil liams. Richard Lee Sandetur, Grace Marguerite Williams, Jewell 8ande- ,fur. Luclle Martin, Virgil Stewart. 2nd. Grade Dorothy Dexter, Thelma Cooper, E. W. Ford Berry Virginia McKenney, . Conrad Gill strap, Irvln Kelley, Martha Bands fur, Wllma Taylor. . . 3rd. Grade Charles Sandefur, Av ery Hlll. Armett Williams," Wavy Taylor,- Kenneth Burgess, Basil Keown, Clarence Daves, John King, Nolen Dockery. 4th. Orade Tiny Mae ' Daniel, Virginia Sandefur, Madellui Leis ure, Thelma Faugbt, Katherlne Rummage, Glenna Cooper, Ruby Is to wart, Esther Sandefur, Estella Ralph,4 Lillian Taylor. 6th. Grade Edith Arbuckle, Jud ith DoHart, Ray Pierce, Oenevelve 'Loach. Herman Flener., ' 6th. Orade--Hiram Chapman, Os car W. Stevens, Delora Batjte. Etta Mae Harrell, Pauline Austin. Gladys Hosey, Tracy Stewart. Murrell Tay lor, Racbeal Hays McKenney. Lots Taylor, Merle Hocker. , 7th. Grade Roy Taylor. Floyd Newton, Lucy C. Jackson, Tommle Pbelps, Hazel, Bennett. ' 8th. Grade Virgil Couch, Charles Stevens, Malcolm, Barnes, ' Winona Coleman, . Lucile Couch, Beulah Kane. ' 9th. Orade Alton Chinn, Carrol feller, George Barnes, Mary Roach, Bryant Shults, Arthur Plrtle. 10th. Grade Aaron Roach, Jose phine Plrtle, Lena Wallace, Wendall Ralph, Martyne McDaulels. Frank K. Casebler, Albert 8hults. 11th. Orade Evelyn Hunley, Lll lle Cblnn, Ruby Taylor. 12th, Grade -CorrlDe Taylor, Florence Taylor, Clyde Taylor, Liza Ruins, Iva Render. '., The Seniors of Beaver Dam High School presented their play "Bash ful Mr. Bobbs" at Rockport Monday evening,' before an unusually large and appreciative audience.. The play was given at Beaver Dam during the. Xmas holidays and met with great success. The proceeds are to ' be "used for the benefit of the school. . INFANT DIES.' . , . Floyd Augustus, the one-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Elmore, died at their home lit Browder, last Tuesday, of eerebro-Splnal meningi tis. The remains were conveyed to Beaver Dam and Interred In Sunny-' side Cemetery, Wednesday afternoon at l!30 o'clock. , v t Mrs. Elmore was unable to attend the burial on account of being her self, seriously 111. MR. GEORGE T. Dl'NN WRITES Rockport. Ky,. Jan. 14. 12: Hartford. Ky. Dear Editor: Enclosed Dleasa find check for the year 1122 as T connot do without the pld Hartforef Herald. Your faithful subscribe. ' ' GEO. T. DUNN. '