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Special Values We are receiving this week some extra fine Coals that we consider unusual value. If you are interested in a good garment at a low prk?, do not . fail to investigate our stock. ' . Uesides tliese, we are offer ing out of our regular stock some special prices on Coats, Suits and Dresses -EOli- Friday and Saturday a 25 per cent redaction on N any dress in our Keady-to-Wear Department. MILLINERY t Some special winter styles are now in stock. See us at once, as we are offering some big ' values at a low price. Mrs. W, II. Gillespie and little Mr. and Mrs. James Nance and son, Marcus Rhea, spent Friday and Mr. Charlie King, of Owensboro, Saturday In Owensboro.. the guests were guests of relatives In Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Mills. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Tichenor and son, were guests of their son, Mr. Orvllle Tichenor, and Mrs. Tichenor, of Hartford, R. 3, Friday. Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Porter, of I me not) itoy community, were gucs'.s of Mr. ' Porter's sister, Mrs. Wayne Leach, and Mr. Leach, recently. OWENSDOr.O WAGONS are rec ognized as the best. See our line before buying. ACTON, KUOS., 47-2t Hurtford, Ky. Ideal Theater Beaver Dam, Ky, WE WANT VOl' TO ATTEND THE SECOND SESSION OWENSBORO DISTRICT STANDARD TRAINING SCHOOL FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS AT THE SETTLE MEMORIAL METHODIST CHI RCH Owensboro, Ky. , DECEMBER 4-8, 1022 A REAL WORKERS OPPORTUNITY' FOR SERVICE Credit Uruutcd Tuiliou Free Paiil Expert Instructor . .1 .. 11 ! 11 For Information unu Kfscrvumm . " I JOS. W. SEAV, OweiiKboro, Ky. O LOCAL UAsmts w fr H' 4 t The best and freshest Meats and ''Groceries. W. A. HIMES, Hartford. Mr. L. S. Truman, of near Nar rows, was in Hartford, Saturday. 6(10 Cures Miliaria, ( hills and Fev er, Dengue or Bilious Fever. 47151 Messrs. Glenn Barnes and Dow den Estes were In Owensboro Friday. Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Grapes, Celery, Head Lettuce at all times at HEG'S. . ' 6tt Attorney C. H. Heavrlu, city, was in Central City, on business, Wednesday. Attorney Otto C. Martin, city, was in St. Louis, Mo., on business, Wed nesday. -Mr. George Klein and son, of Quincy, 111., spent several days in town this week. Buy a good Wellington Pipe at TATE'S. They are the best at a cheaper cost. 48-tf I want your HIDES. D. L. D. SANDEFCR. 4Gtf Beaver Dam, Ky. TATE has the best prices in town on Cigarettes of all kinds. Buy them by the pack or carton from hiin. 48-tf tl(((i uulckly relieves Colds and La- Grippe, Constipation, UIIIoukiiohs and Headaches. 47-1 t Mrs. C. E. Smith, city, went to Louisville Wednesday, shopping. She returned Friday. Fresh Oysters, Pork Brains. Pork Sausage, fresh and smoked, Pork Chops at HEG'S. 6tf We will pay you the highest cash price for rabbits after Nov. 15th. , V. E. ELLIS & BRO.. 43-4t Hurtford, Ky. i.Mr." and Mrs. MilW r Bishop, of Fordsville, have returned from a visit to Mr, S. M. Bishop, of Ceclllan. Mrs. Aleen iMlmmich. of Manila, p. I., hus been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Riley, for several day. Mr. G. W. Allen, of South Carroll ton, was a welcome visitor at thts office Monday. He was in town on a business mission. FRUITS Apples Oranges lianauas Grapes DRINKS . Milk Coffee for, Col Cook's Dry Pops Nut ( -undies CIicwIiih; Gum HEG'S PLACE Hartford. Ky. EATS Hot Soup Hot Huiiburgcrii Freli O j itters Pork Drains Pork Chop" TOUACCOri Smoking Chewing Cigarette Cigurs IVIery Head Lettuce, Etc TATE'S Always have Hie freshest and best Oysters, Celery, Cranberries, Fruits, and Nun of all kinds. Buy for Thanksgiving from them. 48-lt Don't bake for your Thnnksglvlng, let the Loyal Women do it. T.-'a-phone your order to Mrs. C. E. Smith Smith for cakes, pies etc. , Corinth and Francis, children of Prof, and Mrs. A. P. Taylor, of Ow ensboro, spent the week-end with their grandpurentu, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Render and other relatives. I Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross Taylor, who had rooms In the home of Miss Em ma Park, have moved into the rooms over the office of Heavrin & Heavrin. Mr. J. M. McManama, formerly re siding on Hartford, Route 4, but now living near Island, McLean County, was in Hartford on business .Monday and paid us a welcome call. A big Thanksgiving dinner will be given by the Rock port, Ky., P. T. A., Thursday, Nov. ?0. Come and en Joy a real turkey dinner for only 50c. Mr. Henry Addlngton, whose post office address is Central City, but who, nevertheless resides In this county, was in Hartford on business .Monday and made us a welcome visit. FOR SALE A young team mules with new harness for $165. For particulars call on R. L. ENGLAND, 1 miles south of Centertown. 48-lt Sec what you get. Fill your gnu tank with Good Gulf Gasoline at our Visible Pump. WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS, Hartford, Ky. 30-tf. Mesdames, Sallle Harrison, Nar rows, and Annie Sharp, St. Paul, Minn., and the hitter's son. Mr, Cy-jrus- Sharp, and little daughter, of Narrows, were guests of Judge and Mrs. R. R. Wedding. Wednesday. Mrs. Sep McCoy returned home Friday from Owensboro,. where she had been since Tuesday, the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Bennett. Mrs. C. M. Barnett, city, left last week for Nashville, Tunn., where she will make an extended visit with her daughter, iMrs. E. W. Cooper, and Mr. Cooper. For your Xnias Gifts thla year see the finest lino of Watches, Diamond Rings and all sorts of Jewelry at NICK T. ARNOLD, Jeweler, Masonic Temple, Owensboro, Ky. 46-6t Is going to celebrate THANKSGIV1NO week by givicr var.x something f 'raordirary. Wednesday and Thursday Nov. 29th and 30th. Fresh, dressed river Fish, Friday and Sat urday. Tate's Restaurant. Mrs. Ellis Hoover and little daugh ter. Alma Helen, returned to their home In Buford early last week af ter a visit with Mrs. Hoover's moth er. Mrs. E. Crabtree, and Mr. Crab-tree. Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon, of Lawrence- burg, Tenn., returned home Satur day, after spending a week with her sister, Mrs. R. E1. Duke, city, and par ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stewart, Cromwell. Mr. E. II. Sheffield, accompunlcd by Dr. A. B. Diley, city, went to Louisville Wednesday afternoon, where the former underwent nn operation for removal of his appen dix and gall bladder and is well on the road to recovery. Don't forget the services at the Methodist Church next Sunday. Sun day School at 9:45 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Epworth League at 6:15 p. ni. T. T. FRAZIER, Pastor. Mr. Guy Forraan, of Dundee, a student in Hartford High School, suffered a fractured right wrist, Sun day night while cranking his Ford. He wilV be unable to attend school during the next few days. MONEY TO LEND On farm land in a high state of cultivation, where the coal rights have not been sold, at 5 per cent, on easy terms. See GRIFFITH REALTY CO., Masonic Building, Owensboro, Ky. 46-tf. COLD WEATHER IS HERE One of the necessities of life Is' warmth. We have-a full line of Coal Heaters, Wood Heaters, Coal buckets and shovels. ACTON BROS.. 47-2t . Hartford, Ky. 0) U r- I T5 5 CD CO O 111 o sz to br c Mi CD (ft Lu We are now wanting Thanksgiv ing turkeys. We buy eggs and poul try every day in the year. Highest cash prices paid. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., 45-4t Hartford, Ky. Nuns Floral Company, Owens boro, Ky., Funeral work a Specialty. Western Kentucky's old reliable florists. Mrs. J. I. Goodman, Com mercial Hotel, agent for Hartford, Ky. 35-tf THANKSGIVINQ I3INNEII re quirements can be found in abund ance at ACTON BROS.. Hurtford, Ky. These include celery, cranber ries, nuts, dressings and all kinds of fruits such as dates, figs, currants, citron, oranges, lemons, banauas and apples. 47-2t WE REPAIR STOVES If you huvo a Heater, Cook Stove, Range or Furnace out of- order we can re pair It for you. It makes no differ ence what make, we can secure anv part for you. Huve 'em put in or der before rold weather. v 8ALLEE EHEET METAL WORKS, Hartford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Collins, of Spruce Pine, Ala., arrived In Hart ford Sunday night to visit Mrs. Col lins' father, Mr. 8. T. Barnett, and Mrs. Barnett; Mr. Collins' brother, B. B. Collins, and Mrs. Collins, and other local relatives. Mr.. Collins will return to the South in a day or two, but his wife will remain for more extended vlsl,t. Mr. and Mrs. Collins formerly resided near this city, but have been livlug In Alaba ma for several years, the former be-1 ing Secretary and Treasurer of the Spruce Pine Baud and Gravel Co. 'i Mr. and Mrs. . S. O. Keown, Miss Amelia Barnett and Mr. William Al ford Davidson accompanied the Sev entb and Eighth grade basket ball team to Alexander, Saturday after noon, where they played the boys of that school on their court. The result of the .game was 6 to 8 in favor of Hartford. The boys In both teams are small, ranging In age from 12 to 14 years, but they show a fine spirit of sportsmanship. Rev. Sherman Riggs, of Beaver Dam, who held a revival of three weeks, at Hamlin's Chapel and Cedar Grove, closed the services Monday night, the 13th. There were 17 additions to the church at Ham lin's Chapel and 15 additions to the Cedar Grove church. About forty christians of the Cedur Grove com munity, held a meeting at the Coun ty Alms house during the revival. If you can't eat your Thanksgiving Dinner with Mother, go to Tate's Restaurant, where an old-fashion-edTurkey Dinner with all the trimmings will be served. Hours II a.m. to 4 p.m. Price reasonable. FOR SALE: Two Hundred acre farm adjacent to Hartford; seventy live acres cleared; about 25 acres upland, balance fine Muddy Creek bottom land; 50 acres merchanta ble timber; two dwellings, burn and outbuildings; about forty acres fenced; improvements In fair condi tions. To be sold to settle estate; possession February 1, 1923; price right; reasonable terms. Ait excel lent opportunity for one who wunts a combination of the advantages of town and country. Apply at Herald Office for further particulars. J9-tf COAL FOR SALE Coal for -ale, at the Jack Hill Minf.ll miles East of Hartford. A. R.CARSON. "FAST MAIL" I This is repi.ented by Mr. Fox and by newspapers and Mov ing Picture Magazine critics as the fastest moving, mw; fascinating and most thrilling picture ever screened. .More breath taking stunts and unimaginable things take pla.i: than you ever saw in your life. Horse races, boat races, and. all the speed races of the world are completely out done tr; this "FAST MAIL." This Is one of WILLIAM FOX'S 192:'. specials with HCCK JONES, E1LENE PERCY, and many other noted stars. We are giving you two days so you won't fail to see this one o! the fastest and greatest shows on the screen. Come Wednesday, it may be bad weather Thursday. Saturday, December 2d WILLIAM FARNUM in "iMoon Shine Valley" It's needless to say more WILLIAM FARNl'N is enough, A big two-reel comedy also, and money refunded if not pleased. Show each night 7 o'clock. 20c: admission. COMING: "Silver Wings," bigger anil better than ' Over th Hill." h Is3 r o jr. 3D 23. re IT? ft 3 try 9 & 9 aaar3a 0 & & I The Best Opportunity to g Buy an Overcoat You Ever Had ! o Now is the time to buy, while you have a wide range 1 & to Keleot from. There's everything yen neel in tliese j J coats style, fine fabrics, pcrfi't-t tailoring. We be- S 0 lieve in close selling thatVanother reason the values are so big. & 0 tit i$10-$15-$20 I $25 -$30 1 Carson & Co t tiarttord. fwv.