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'fM'S'""-"' 'r"' "J" " "'-' -f. - r. i jf r& V i X SPRING SALE! We Extend to You a Very Special Invita tion to be Present at the Opening of Our ' BIG SPRING SALE Judge Jno. II. Wilson was In Fordsvlllo Wednesday, on business. Equip your car with Goodyear Dia mond Triad Caalngs nnd havo less tiro troublo and moro miles per gal lon of gas. 41t2 AQTON nr.OS, Denier. Mr, and Mrs. James CaBkey Den nett nnd son, Oscar, left Sunday for a Beveral days' visit with friends and relatives In Llvermoro and Owens-boro. . Beginning SATURDAY and continuing to Saturday, April 15th. X. tli. Our big circular will reach you in due time. Read it carefully; every item is worthy of your at tention. Our entire line of Spring Fabrics will be on display. We will do our utmost to make yQur time spent in our store profitable and pleasant. Tell your friends about it. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. T. Durns went to Owensboro yesterday where they will spend a few days tho guests of Mr. Durns' father, Mr. S. T. Durns and Mrs. Durns. Miss Lelln Petrle, returned to her homo In Indianapolis, Ind., Sunday afternoon after attending tho funeral and burlnl of her grandfather, Judge J. E. Foglc. Her mother, Mrs. T. D. Petrle, was unable to attend tho fun eral of her fnther, on account of tho Illness of her daughter, Miss Duth. Mr. and Mrs. Darrctt Russell and daughter, Miss Lillian, returned to their homo hero Sunday fr.om Arca dia, Florida, whero they had spent the winter. i REMEMBER, our salespeople are ready to serve you. There is only one BOSS in our store, and that is the customer. Your will is our pleasure. McCall Patterns carried in stock. SEE US DURING THE SALE. I&l&Gb. Mrs. Dernlco Frost and children of Central City, wore tho week end guests of Mrs. Frost's father, Dr. E. D. Pendleton and Mrs. Pendleton, of this city. Just received a shipment of fine Shoes and Slippers, guaranteed all leather, at. good prices. Mado by Friedman-Shelby. M. T. LIKENS, Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Hitnm Miller and little son? Joh"ri" Hiram, Mrs. Lydla Miller, Messrs John H. and Frank Dames, of Denver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. Horaco Taylor, and Mrs. Nannie Tay lor, of Liberty, were among those from out-of-town, who attended the funeral and burial of Judge J. E. Fogle Inst Friday. m . CUIUOSITIKS OK THE NEWS Strange Happenings Culled from the Dally I'Wks. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Murphreo of Owensboro, arc tho guests of Mrs. Murphree's paonts, M. and Ms.frr Murphreo's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Rowan Holbrook, of this city. DAYDREAK FERTILIZER, Mfg. by Federal Chemical Co. 16 per cent Phosphate Rsdried at $14.50 per ton on car, April 17th. LUTHER CHINN, 42-lt Dcaver Dam, Ky. SALESMEN WANTED To solicit orders for lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary or Commission. Address THE HARVEY OIL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. ' Prof. D. E. Fogle returned to his home at Georgetown last Sunday, af ter attending the funeral nnd burial of his brother, Judge J. E. Fogle, which took place last Friday. The Hartford Republican' Mrs. John LIndley was In Owensbo- - I awM(r. Marvin York, accompanied by Mrs. York, went to Owensboro Monday," where Mr. York will remain some time under treatment. Mrs. York Is expected toreturn home tomor row. IH1DAV. APRIL 14' Mr. Owen Lee, City, was tho week end guest of relatjves in Sulphur SMOKE EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS Sets. At The Best Stands. -. I Springs. Miss Deulah Mooro went to Louis ville, Wednesday to attend the K. E. A. Hotel Drooms. the onlr broom for J heavy sweeping. 42t3 WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Red Spot Paint and Varnish at 41t2 ACTON DROS. Miss Mary Marks, Principal of the Hartford High School, attended the K. E. A., at Louisville this week. Dcforc purchasing your Monumen tal work write C. W. RUNNER, Dow- Miss Ruth Weller, formerly of Dun dee, but now of Louisville, recently underwent an operation at the Norton Memorial Infirmary, Louisville, for appendicitis, nnd Is getting along nicely. Miss Marllssa Foster, of Nocreek, spent a few days -recently. In Hart ford, tho guest of her brother, Mr. E. H. Foster and Mrs. Foster, and her sister, Mrs. O. D. 'Carson and Prof. Carson. Mr. Everetto Ashby of Centertown, nB Green, Ky. Agents Wanted, was In Hartford Tuesday. Messrs. Sidney and Mervel Grant County Attorney Otto C. Martin 0j tno Barrett's Ferry country, were went to. Dixon, Ky., yesterday. . Druggets, Rugs and Floor Oilcloth at cut prices. M. T. LIKENS. Prof, and Mrs. O. L. Shultz aro at tending the K. E. A., in Louisville. ' Hemstitching and covered buttons. ' MRS. W. J. DEAN, 4214 Hartford, Ky. Mies Mary Render, of Centertown, was a caller at this office, last Saturday. Tho best place- to get your furni ture and floor coverings Is at ACTON BROS. 4lt2 In Hartford Tuesdny of last week. MEmllio Rell, of Llvermore, vfKtoxe&t of Misses Margaret JBpPel King last Monday. Mc0f- Rufus Chapman and Bur notto Daniel, T)f Dells Run, were guests of friends in town, Sunday. l"OK SALE Good work mule, good condition, 8 years old and 1$ bands high. R. B. MARTIN, Hartford. Mrs. J. B. Tappan returned to her home hero Tuesday from Louis ville, where she had been since last Friday, the guest of Mr. and M.rs. W. E. Travis and MaJ. and Mrs. J. L. Lallinger. New Galvanized Tubs and Palls: No. 1 Tubs OOc No. 2 Tubs -. 70c No. 3 Tubs 80c 10 Qt. Pails 20c WILLIAMS & T.AYLOR. Mrs. Nettie M. Reid and .laughter, Mrs. Cozle Dupy, who spent about six months with their daughter and sister, Mrs. P. O. McKlnney, and Mr. McKinney, at Oakmond, Pa., have re turned to their home, at Rockport. ' Mrs'. . Horbert Chinn Is 111 of a severe cago of kidney trouble, at her homo here. Mrs. A. C. Porter left yesterday afternoon for Paducah, whero shoj will remain wltn Mr. sorter for somo time. Mr, and Mrs. Harold T. Holbrook who since their marriage last fall have had rooms In the homo of Mrs. S. J. Wedding on North Clay Street, together with Mrs. Oma Turner, Mrs. Holbrook's mother, havo moved to a farm, near tho oil wells. Mr. "W. E. Ellis mado a business trip to Owensboro Tuesday, returning Wednesday. Call TICIIENOR-MILLER MOTOR Co., for Taxi Service day, night or any old time. Mrs. Laura B. Babbitt and son, 01 Jlo Basham, of Askln, were In Hart ford Wednesday. ' Shamrock brand Overalls, complete line for men and boys, price right. DEVER BROS, Hartford. Prof. Wilbur P. Rhoads, of tho Hartford High School Faculty, is at tending tho K. E. A. In Louisvlllo, this week. Mr. L. D. Fulkerson and llttlo son, James Paul, of near Pond Run, were callers at this office, while In town last Saturday. Hon. A. S. Bennett, of Louisville, was the guest of relatives In this city, tho latter part of last week and the first of this week. ' Mr. Park Tappan spent from Fri day of last week until Monday of this week In Dundee, the guest of Mr. Griffith Mitchell. Misses. Minerva and Cesna John son spent last week-end "with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. V. John son, near Blshenor. .and Get your Seeds, Fortlllzor Farming Implements, from D. L. D. SANDEFUR, 36t9 Bcayer Dam, Ky., S. Main St. SHADE TREES FRUIT TREES ORNAMETAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS HEDGEPLANTS BEDDING PLANTS VEGETABLE PLANTS AND SEEDS PLANTS FLOWERS BULBS Everything in Flowers From Seeds to Trees TAPSCOTT FLORIST . OWENSBORO, KY. .Write for Catalogue. Washington, April 13 (Capital News Service.) A Chicago architect Is building an apartment house with a baby buggy locker for evdry apart ment, and offers every tenant a bon us of $25 for every baby born In the house. A New Jersey man carries off the prize for being the most forgetful man In the world. He left his motor car on a ferry boat and took a taxi to his office. The police gathered In tho motor and began to look for the supposed suicide. The police au thorities suspended sentence to await developments as to whether a man who would forget he had a car might not forget to stop it some time. A Washington, D. C, engraver has spent four months of spare time and produced a perfect engraving of the Capitol Building upon the head of an ordinary pin. A two-year-old baby of Sacramen to, Calif., fell into a pond. While frantic nurse and parents waded to. her the youngster began to swim and succeeded In swimming herself to shore. A Seattle criminal wanted for six months by the police has finally been apprehended. He was found On the police force' that was hunting him, having served in uniform for six months. Two Washington, D. C, men dis puted ownership of a dog. Taken to court, the judgo left it to the dog to decide, which the sagacious animal did so emphatically that all who wit nessed the canine demonstration were satisfied he had chosen his rightful owner. mM mJfm MJSL The First Breath of Spring makes you want to go tripping forth in lace petticoats and flowered voile. It also wakes you up to the fact that you're going to need -a powerful lot of Spring'Clothes. If you can sew, or can capture a dressmaker, you are in rare luck, because fabrics have never been so beautiful as they are this year, and it's been many a long day since they've been so cheap. Many of them are entirely new this year. , All we ask is that you come in and give us an opportunity to help you select such arti cles as you may need for Milady's wardrobe. irii -' Carson (EL Co, Hartford, Kentucky. WANTED! ONE CAR Live Poultry AT BEAVER DAM, KY. Monday and Tuesday, April 17-18 Will pay the following cash prices at car: Hens 21 cents, Cox 10 cents In case of rain, will set over the third day to ac commodate you. Bring your poultry in and get good prices before market goes lower. Warm weather will soon be here. I reserve the right to refuse poul try on account of heavy feed and tonnage space and I will pay more if market will justify. Come early and avoid the rush. T. W. WALLACE: i 8 ff !!