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ii'A.ir' t - I; u v 4 FALL ARRIVAL.! Our first fall shipment of Ladies' Coat Suits are now ready for your inspection. It may be a little early fro you, but we would appreciate an early call, as merchandise is scarce, and later it will be almost impossible to get what we want. A splendid line of new fall shades, Blue, Black, Burgandy, Khaki, Olive and Brown. Prices running from $15 to $35. Shirt Waists, $1 to $5; Wash Skirts, $1.25 to $3.50; Woolen Skirts, any shade or quality, $3 to $9. See our Goods, Get our Prices, and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money. Machinery for drilling another oil woll, near Olnton, Is being unloaded at that placo this wcokj Mr. W. D. Kstcs moved his family here, Tuesday. Mr. Kstcs is employed with Horn! Hros., In Alabama. - Attornoy Arthur Kirk went to At tica, Indiana, yesterday to transact business In Circuit Court there. Mrs. draco Barnnrd, of South Carrollton, la visiting hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Shults, at Narrows. Mrfl. W. L. Lawlaco, of Narrows, spent last week wtlh her daughter, Mrs. IJell Frymlro, at Horse Branch. Mrs. P. M. Petty, of Loulsvlllo, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Amanda Park, and other relatives at Narrows. Mr. George Doarman, of Taylor flolds, lost hla residence with most of Ha contents, by flro Friday morning. Mr. James Carter, of Narrows, at tended the burial of hla uncle, Mr. Uemua Carter, at Midland, Ky., Sunday. Mra. T. P. Carson, who haa been visiting her sister, Mrs. Nelson, at Paducah, returned homo Wednesday. Mr. M. L. Heavrln went to Louisville this morning to attend a meeting of tho Republican Stato Centrnl commute. Winson Smith was in Monday and told us some moro big fish stories, but it has been to hot to write fish yarns. .The Hartford Republican FRIDAY,.... .AUGUST 10 M., H. A E. K. R. TIME TABLE. iouth Bound, No. 115 One at Hartford -.9:05 ft. m. Korth Bound, No. 114 Dno at Hartford 6.4G p. m. (Both 'Mixed" Traini.) i f Personal News and Social Euents, f Rev. Tom Cox and wife, of Roslne, visited rolatives Sunday at Select. Rev. ir. C Truman, of Fordsvillo, called on us while in town Monday. Mr. Harvey Axton, of Loulsvlllo, was in town tho first of tho weok. Child's 'slippers left at County Judge's office Pay for this ad and get them. In order to prepare your meals without suffering from heat buy one of those good oil stoves from AC TON BROS. 7t2 Mr. S. O. Keown and Undo John C. Riley went to camp Sherman, Ohio, Sunday, to sco their sons, Lieut, (lllmoro Keown and Capt. A. 11. Riley. Well written neighborhood letters nro a good feature of a local news paper, and wo shall bo pleased to add a number of additional correspon dents to our list. Tho lloya Acrlculturnl Club will meet hero Saturday for an examina tion to bo held to qualify one of the number for a freo rip to tho Stato Fair at Louisville. Miss Ruth Riley, who recently gratuatcd from tho Rowling Green Uuslncss College, loft Saturday for Union City, Tcnn., whero sho has ac cepted a position. After spending a few days with frlonds at Whltesvillo this week Miss Arllo Thomas will go to Owcnsboro today, where she will bo tho guest of Miss Marguerite Renfrow. If you have a soldier boy in France or in one of .the American Camps, wd shall bo glad to have, for publication, any information of public interest in regard to him. Call us up or write us. Grading on the Hnrtford and Har dlnsburg road is proceeding rapidly. Already one mile has been complet ed, at a cost of $1,000 for labor and teams. Substantial progress is also being made in grading tho Owens boro road. Our correspondents havo gone on a hot weather strike. We shall have to ask those to whom wo aro furnish ing the paper in consideration for their work, to write U3 a little moro frequently. Miss Mary Qulsenborry, of Fords- vllle, lias accepted a position in one of tho government departments at Washington. Mr. Walter Kimmel, deputy sheriff in Muhlenburg county, and wlfo spent Sundny with tho family of sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Mrs. E. R. Murrel, of Louisville, is visiting her brother, Mr. Sam Gaines, and sister, Mrs. J. W. Hale, at Fordsvillo. Mrs. W. R. Jones and duaghtcr, Miss Nannie, of Monette, Mo., aro spending a few weeks with relatives near Fordsvillo. Mr. James E. Miller died at his homo at Beaver Dam Tuesday. He was nbout 70 years old, and died of pneumonia fovcr. All young men who have become 21 years old since June 5, 1918, aro ordered to register with the local board August 29. Bale Tics at ACTON BROS. 6t2 W. E. Ellis & Bro., havo seed ryo for sale. 6t4 Mr. Ed Barrass was in Owensboro Tuesday. Dry Batteries can bo had at AC TON BROS. 7t2. Esquire W. S. Dean was in Owons boro Tuesday. Mr. Bill Kebno, of Trlslor, was in town Saturday. Miss Gustlno Mills has accepted a position as linotype operator in this office. Mrs. J. II. Thomas is, visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Park, at Narrow. Senator Albert Leach and daugh ters, Misses Alemo and Vienna, of Beaver Dam, were welcome callers at this olllce Tuesday. Lieut L. S. Igleheart, of Camp Taylor, was hero last week visiting his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Wayno Render, of Texas, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Render. Judge Cook went up to his farm, near Arnold, Saturday, and returned Monday morning. Jesse Redden, who married the day beforo ho was sent to Camp Taylor, tho .first of this month, was rejected because of physical disability, and Is back on his run as express agent on tho M. H. & E. Mr. Harry May. who has been at Rawlins, Wyoming, for some time, was at home the first of tho week. Ho left yesterday morning for Stlth ton where ho will bo employed on government work. Messrs. Clyde and Gregory Wed ding, of Falrmount, W. Va., aro vis iting their father, Judgo R. R. Wed ding. Tho Wedding brothers havo established a successful business in tho West Virginia city. Mr. Warren Peyton, former Cou ty Superintendent of Schools in Gray son county, has been elected prin cipal of tho Fordsvillo Graded School. Miss Roena Rowo, of Centertown, will also be a member of the faculty. The Quarterly meeting of tho M. E. church was held at Nocreok yes- terday and to-day. Elder Shepperd, of Wllmore, is present. Mr. Dave Whittlnghlll and wife, of Owensboro, are visiting Mr. Whit tinghill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Whittlnghlll, at Fordsvillo. Mr. Clarence Foreman, a success ful farmer, of Barretts Ferry, has bought a farm near Reynolds, and will move to it this fall. Miss Bernico Lake, of Detroit, Mich,, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Chinn, of Goshen. Get your bale-ties from W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 0t4 Mr. W. S. Sanders, of Narrows, was In town Tuesday. Mr. Morgan Patterson, of Olaton, 'was in town Monday. Mr. Lon Allen, of Narrows, has moved to Owensboro. A protracted meeting began at Hamlin Chapol Tuesday night. Mr. Elbrldgo Bennett, of Fords villo, was In town Wednesday. If vou aro in need of a good range or cook Stove at a money saving go to ACTON BROS. 7t2. Tho Ohio County Baptist Associa tion was held at' Clear Run Wednes day andThursday. Rev. Walter Creep will deliver a sormon at tho Beaver Dam Chris tian church tonight. Mr. George HIckey and family, of Dukehurst, spent Sunday with rela tives in Whltesvillo. tittle Miss Elma Fohr Schlommor !s visiting relatives in -Cannelton, Ind. Lieut. J. W. Marks, with tho army engineers, was hero tho first of tho week. Wo have the Owensboro Wagons, None better on tho market. ACTON Mr. M. L. Heavrin has sold his res idence to Mr. S. O. Keown. Mr. Heav rln will build-soon. Mr. Alex Curtis has bought a new Dodee transfer, and put it in the ser vice between Hartford and Beaver Dam. It Is an attractive car. Wavy B. Malin, son of Mr. Weaver Malin, of near Beaver Dam, died of monlngltls, at Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., and his remains were brought home for burial In Liberty cemetery. Young Malin was 22 years old, and was in the military service. Mrs. T. B. Petrio and daughters, MissesRuth and Leila, who have been visiting Mrs. Petrie's father.Judge J. E. Fogle, for several weeks, left for their home at Indianapolis, Saturday. They -will stop over for a few days in Louisville on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carson and daughters, Missas Annie Ray and Mary Austin, leave today for eastern cities to purchase a fall line of goods for Carson & Co. The Car sons will visit Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Carson, at Corbln, Ky., while away. Lieut. Richard II. Slack, son of Judgo R. W. Slack, who has been sta tioned at Camp Taylor, has been transferred to Camp Lee, Virginia. Service will bo withdrawn from all telephone subscribers who fall to pay their dues by tho 10th of the month . PERD CASEBIER, 5t4 Manager. Lieut. Dudley Chapman, of Camp Pike, Ark., is homo on furlough. Lieut. Chapman Is a former No creek boy, but his present homp is at Beaver Dam. Heg Casebier went to Stithton Monday, whore ho will be employed on government work. Mr. J. H. Kimmel, of Muhlenburg county.Is spending the week with sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Mrs. Shelby Taylor and daughter, Klttlo Leo, of Louisiana, aro visiting Mr. John Dotson and wife, of Sun nydale, went to Oklahoma a few davs aco. in answer to a telegram announcing tho critical illness of Mr. Dotson's father, Rev. A. W. Dot-son. William Hunter King was coronat ed In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charley King, at, Canton, 111., July 5. John, the grandfather of the now King, says the young monarch's do minion is supremo and autocratic. Father Charlie, was formerly an em ploye of this office. Town Mnrshalls Flom Stevens, of Beaver Dam, and Will Langford, of Rockport, are terrors to the evil do ers of their communities. These of ficials may not be very popular with tho law violators, but the public will give them credit for consulting tho peace and dignity of their communities. Take Some Records Home to the Kiddies DO you want to bring joy, pure and unadulterated, into your children's hearts? Stop m some night and buy a few of these new Columbia Records the youngsters go wild over. Bedtime stories and quaint folk songs for the tots; new dances and popular song-hits for the older ones. We nave all the latest and best. Columbia Grafonolas and Records Mother, too, would enjoy some good new music perhaps one of the great war-songs, or a bit or the opera, or a fine orchestra And how about youF Drop in and let us play these records that we've just received, on the Columbia Grafonola. Then you can ( decide what kind of a treat you will take to the folks at home. Ohio County DrogCo (Incorporated) HARTFORD, KY. x TO Star Theatre HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. , AUGUST 19 "The Seven Swans," featuring Mar guerite Clark, also Fatty Arbuckle, in "His Wed ding Night' AUGUST 20 SPECIAL Maeterlinck's "Blue Bird." Maurice Maeterlinck, author of "The Blue Bird." He is a man who sees beauty in all things, this "Belgian Shakespeare," and when he wrote "The Blue Bird" he put beauty where eveiy one could see it. Maurice Maeter linck is a poet whose work reaches down into the heart of all classes of people, rich and poor alike. That is why Maeterlinck's "The Blue Bird" will live forever. AUGUST 22 "His Mother's Boy," featuring Charles Ray, also one reel pictograph. AUGUST 24 "Rimrock Jones," featuring Wallace Reid, also, a two reel Mack Sennett Comedy, "Are Waitresses Safe." Admission: Tuesday Night 20c. Other Nights 15c. barrel well has just been brought in six miles of his 160 acre farm, and that drilling development is coming his way. Mr. Barnard is a former cit izen of Ohio county. Henry James, agent for the State Tax Commission, was here In con ference with county tax commission er, Ward, Tuesday. Mr. James com plimented Mr. Wnrd'B work, but said he was not getting the assessment quite high enough. If the county's assessment does not come up to tho valuation required by tho state com mission, tho state board of supervis ors will raiso it to that standard. 7t2. 'relatives in the county. Iron beds, wooden beds, of all grades and sizes, kitchen cablneto and other furniture to pleaso tho most exacting when you consider both prlcj and quality, may bo had at ACTON BROS, 6t2 Mr. L. E. Charlet, Misses Francis Mosley and Abba Charlet, of Liver more; Miss Lottie Greer, Loulsvlllo; Sergt. Layton, of the army aviation corps, Rochester N. Y., and Sergt. Mosley, of Camp Shelby, motored up from Llvermore Tuesday, and spent tho day with Mr. and Mrs. Loo Sim-merman. In a letter to this paper Mr. Elmer Barnard, of Washungu, Oklahoma, says tho weather is very hot and dry there, but that oil develpment Is on tho boom. Mr. Barnard says a 2200 Tv J. Hubbard, of Marlon, Ky., traveling representative of the West ern Recorder, a Baptist magazine published at Loulsvlllo, came to Clear Run Wednesday to attend the Bap tist Association, and while there was ol-llrn., with nnrnlvHls and died with- Jin a few hours. His body was sent to his homo for burial. Mr. Hub bard was about sixty years .old, and was well known in Kentucky uap tlst circles. NOTICE TO l'OSl'MASTERS. THE POSTAL LAWS MAKE IT THE DUTY OF POSTMASTERS TO NOTIFY PUBLISHER WHEN FOR ANY REASON A PAPER CAN NOT BE DELIVERED TO THE AD DRESSEE. POSTMASTERS WILL CONFER A FAVOR ON US BY STRICTLY 0BSERVIN0TH1S REGULATION. CENTERTOWN CITIZEN IN FEDERAL COURT C. Lee War(lcn a wealthy citizen, of Centertown, was arrested last week, under the espionage act, charg ed with disloyal utterances, and tak? en before United States Commission er Dean, at Owensboro. Mr. War den was charged with violating the federal statute by advising people not to buy War Savings Stamps, as they would never get their money back, and etc. He denied having used dis loyal language, but Commissioner Dean held him to the federal grand Jury under $1,000 bond. Warden Is a well known and wealthy citizen, of the Centertown neighborhood, but is very eccentric, and the languago It is alleged be used was perhaps duo to his eccentricity rather than to de liberate disloyalty. 4 ASSESSMENT NOTICE. While the law makes it tho duty of the taxpayer to como to my of fice, in Hartford, to assess his prop erty, in order to accommodate the aged, infirm and other persons, up on whom it would work an unusual hardship to come to my ofllco, I will, about tho first of next month, publish notice of dates at which I or one of my deputies will appear at tho votiug place in each of tho re mote precincts whero such tax payers may meet us to assess their property. D1LLIS WARD, Tax Com'r. Ohio County. BROS.