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Used Dodge and Ford Cars. At Bargain Prices! ma- We have One 1918 model Dodge Touring Car One 1919 modal Dodge Touring Car Will sell at a very low figure. In reasonably good condition. We also have one 1921 model Ford touring car with self starter and de rrtQuntable rims. . Practically good as new. Furs and Embroideries Enrich These Wraps ACTON BROS. Hartford, Ky. M.l.WVKI.Ii ' Urirtiow, A. J. Funk, Delberf and Jay j Nuwcomb, Homy Golt and Ulaiue Oct. 2S. Mitj Klhel Nance, . ho; .smith. Mr. andMrs,.Claude .Webb Has Uen fiyung relatives in Owudis-'' an"d daujriiter, Mr. and Mrs. Golden boro f jr tun p;st two weeks, retu'-n-! shown. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks cd home. Wednesday. au( daughter, Mr. and Mm. Hardin Miss Mai?Ki Lee Hudson spent i Hoover, Mr. und Mrs. Rhea Stevens, Wediu.si iy nii,iit wl;h her c-jii.iin. nL,ut Weslerlield. and Mrs. Jlobart Miss Aitio Bennett, of Russell. Downey, of Hudson, 111. Mr. Claude Miss ElU Cri,v.-, who has I :uu the 1 vyjl.b i,j;lyed a number of choice guest of Iter brother, Mr. W. It. I selections on the piano and games her home furnished the entertainment for the eveumir. Everyone enjoyed the ev- ' eu.Ti. immensely. three week:;, Tt UuneU to hero, Saturday. Miss Frankin Atlierton, who isv -Ir. unii -,irSi jamea tnachlug Crow School, spent the'spent Sunday with Mr. week-end villi her parents, Mr. and'colnb ;md "family Mrs. Johnnie Albert on, of NucI.oIh. C. Everllng L. L. New- I. Mrs. .l;rtle .lolia-am was lu Oiv ensboro, shoppiim, Wednesday, Mr. ami Airs. It. W. Crowe spent Thursday night with Mrs. Crowe's mother, Mrs. W. K. Jarvin, of Nu ckols. Mr. O. ii. liavr lost two horses last week, ' Miss Lliar'ie Fries, of Island, , spent th'i ". tik-ciid . i t li her ulster, Mrs. HitioU W.iHht. ! Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Sparks, Mr.j Mr. aud Mrs. .Walter Allen Saturday n'sht and Sunday. I 'LEAH Kt.V Oct. 30. Farmers are taking ad vantage of tu. pretty weather to bale bay and gather corn. Several from this place are at tending the series of meetings at Hell's Run church. Mr. aud Mrs. W. P. Hougland and and Mrs. i r. d Johnson, were huaday childieu, and Mr. W. C. Funk ino guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Jake Sharks, cored to Eowliug Green last Salur- .Alr. and -Mrs. Vorrest Hoover, of ,iuy, learning Sunday. They were Burnett's Creek, wire week-end accompanied home by Mrs. Kate guests of Mrs. Hoover's parens, Mr. Fu!1k Uud her son, Mr-Elvis Funk and Mrs. A. Jolly. ( together w ith bis wife aud baby. .Mr. X. ',r. Crowe and daughter, Ar. puufc remained only a few days Miss Ioia, visited relatives at this on account of bis health. Ho is place f' on Saturday until Monday. uow UUUer medical treatment at Mr. li.isu T!iuriK:bcrry, of I.iver- 0Ul3 0f the Louisville hospitals, more, was at ibis place, Saturday,; ..irH- chuence Patton was at the on buain' Si. ' beJside of her mother, Mrs. Vester Mr. Juhi..s Taylor and wife spent shown last week. News bus just Saturday in I.iveruioie, the gue.,ts of ,e...n received here of Mrs. Shown' thoir daug'itt-r, .Mrs. Merlin Miller. Mr. Homer Nun (, of Owensboro, spent Saturday nigbt aud Sunday with hhi uncle, Mr. Clcva Nance. Mr. Hoburt Nuiko and son, Lon, 'went to Oueiisbufo, Saturday. , Mr. Will Crowe and family, of Dermott, Ky., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Crowe. School is progressing nicely at this place. WASHINGTON death after u week's illness of pueumonia. Mr. aud Mrs. Aubrey Newcouib havo noved to Hartford. Mr. Spencer Burtlett has sold his farm to Mr. Gardner Brown and Purchased the farm of Mr. James Gray, of this place, possession to be given the first of the year. Mr. und Mrs. Gilbert Jolly, of Now Bethel, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Funk Sunday, ' i EASTVIEW Mrs. Hurve Travis and three chil- L) . . , i ureu, ot liens nun. ami mt. uuu Mrs. 0ct 23. Rev. B. Wiggiuton will J. H. TraWs and son. of Hartford, tlllgin a revivai at' Bell's Run Church spent Sunday with Air. Nadu Travis u,algbt. and f a:n!" j. Mr. WUile Parks, of Ueda, spent Suuduy afturucion with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parks. Musters bills and Lyman Renfrew, of Taffy, speut Saturday night and Suuduy with their un.le, Mr. L. L. Newcouib. Mrs. Dullie Sharp and three child ren of Masonvlllo, Ky of her mother, Mrs. Sunday und Monday. Miss Geneva i Travis was julto a little surprised last Thursday night wbeu a bunch of old school mates aud friends gulhered at her home and speut the Bveulun. Those pres Horn to the wife of Mr, Robert A in bio.se on tbe 11th. inst, a girl. Mr. Ellie Taylor has gone to Cen tral City where he will reside. Mrs. Susie Collins, of Owensboro, Is visiting relatives In this vicinity Mr, Kelley, of McHeury, speut Thursday night in this viciulty. Mr. Albert Stewart and family were guests H1)c)Uj Saturday aud Sunday with Aiuert rams Mr uai Mrgi LUther Collins, of Ceutertown, Mr. and Mrs. Ben -Wlgglutou speut Saturday night aud Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wlggin ton, of Tucker Hollow The conventional sieve has won its way . back to fashion favor and though this season's Coats are de signed on wrappy lines they are every bit as com fortable as they are distin guished, which is admit ting a great deal. You'll love to slip into one of them, drawing its rich fur collar snugly about your chin. You'll experiencea luxurious sensation just from handling the velvety new pilef abrics, Marleen, Fashona, Panvelaine and Lustrosa, of which they are fashioned. Our better Coats are priced from , ..' .r : ;i "V.-"- M' .'-. 'l - i-JFMam- 7i!'iVi7 i fT-t- 7-1. . i in $39.50 to $135.00 Other Coat prices begiu at $9.05. S.W. ANDERSON Incorporated OWENSBORO. Where Courtesy Reigns. i in ,3 a '4 CO. KENTUCKY 3 I Carson did not turn out sufficiently and In time to avoid the accident, due, he says, to the fact that his light were not lu first-class condi tion. Neither the horse nor 1U driv er were, materially injured though the latter was thrown from the bug gy, which was considerably dam aged. , ' SPECI.Ui TKRM OK f , ! OHIO CHUT IT COl'RT Judge Ceorge S. Wilson, of Ow eusboro, arrived iu Hurtford Mon duy morning and convened tbe Ohio Circuit Court In special session for the purpose of disposing of severtU cases which were not reached at the lust regular term. There was no ut were 'Miases Alvorla Steven, AUTO STRIKES ISU'GGV 2ola, Isubel, Kdlih. Vuncy and ON HARUlNHUl'lta ROAD Irene Tlnsley, Vayx Wustorfleld, Gola Crabtroo, Opal Kunk, Violet Allen, K touring car, containing a num- Ireue Loach," Geneva and Vancy ber of Hartford young men, driven Travis, Gola Trodgen, Coma Lako, by young Joseph Carson, side-swiped Vlrgie and Kuby Newcomb, Adella a buggy driven by Walker Carter, jjury summoned,-both the law and illckt aud Lu'a Taylor. Messrs. Eurl of near Dukehurst, on the Hardins- the facts being submitted to the Bartlett. Orville Hoover, ( Alva Bal burg road a short dlstaee west of Court in each suit. Among the lard. OrllbtU Hoover, Hen Taylor, the residence of John . R. Phlpps, ' cusea called were the following: L. Stephen and Allison Uuird, Coda ubout 9 o clock Sunduy night. The e. Ward vs. H. M. MuCormlck, Ac; Hoover, Jesse Hicki, Kenneth Tim- vehicles were passing each othepu. o. Coffuian vs. T. A. Coffman Ac; ley, Alvis Crabtree, Tracey and Er- going In opposite directions, each on M. N. Hoops vs. George Hoops, Ac; ell Newcomb, Lyman Allen, Cecil tbe right side of the road, but young g. T, Rockport Coal Co., Valley View! bers and their families will be Issued Farm Co., Ohio County Coal Co. and permanent passes free. ' All others J. W. Ford vs. Ohio County Board of Supervisors, (4 cases.) A number of these causes were continued and it was thought proba ble that the term would be adjourn edlate Tuesday. - WOMAN'S CLUB desiring to atend these entertain ments are welcome. Admission, 10 cents. Hours: 7 to 10:30. MARRIAGES R. D. tfouglas, age 67, Cromwell, to Frances Swihart, age 62, Horse Branch. The following marriage licenses have been, Issued by County Clerk Guy Ranney within the past week: Carl Embry, age 21, Martwlck, to The Hartford Woman's Club held most entertaining and instructive Jeanette Tilford, age IS. Rockport. meeting with Miss Margaret Nallej Thomas Rule, age 18, Martwlck, Saturday afternoon, the subject be- to Augusta Fulkerson, age 18, Rock ing the life and works of Tbaekery. I port. - ' . . An interesting side Issue was the J - W. R. Hocker, age 60, Centertow. continued discussion of Wells' Six to Mollis Brown, age 54, Center- World Characters. The club meet Saturday afternoon, Nor. with Mrs. Maggie Griffin. . will 4th. REGULAR RADIO PROGRAMS Tbe Hartford Radio nounces that there will Club an be regular radiophone programs given Carter vsMI. L. Tucker; and Monday and Thursday night. town. Clifford Warren, age 25, Crom well, to Sada Shields, age 20, Crom well. H. M. Rummage, age IS, Beaver Dum, to Gladys Likens, age 21, Bea ver Dam. , ' J. T! Embry, age 53, Bearer Dam, Wallace, age 32, Crom- each to Ella B Mem- well. PEOPLE FOR WHOM THE BEST IS NO.VE TOO GOOD -Are always the most enthusiastic concerning the excellence of our DRY ri.RAVIVfJ ivn DYEING. -We bare one of the most efficient REMODELING DEPARTMENTS in tbe country. Furs transformed In to tbe mode very quickly. Men's and women's garments altered in any way desired. v We dye fur skins and remodel' ,. them In any way, We tailor make men's or ladles' suits, $30.00 up. Latest style. We pay 3.So railroad tare on every cu torn made suit ordered from .'' Send goods parcel post. W4 bave no agents. ' TRE TEASDALE CO. . 023-037 Waluut Street Cincinnati, Oulo.