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The Bargain Center Is + tN1l + + Mi + MFiHt ++ Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE ig Read Davless Co Bk Tr Co ad Bargains In Millinery at Fair Cos New Shirt Wallt Sets at Fair CoaPrlcea cut hall on Millinery at Pair Cos Reduced prices on Wash Goods at Pair Cos Go to Carson Dros for Seed lush Potatoes Soda Water and Letuonade nt City Restaurant Everything In Millinery at reduced prices at Pair Coe- Ntceat Candles and Cakes In Bart ford at City RostAurant Apples Oranges Lemons and Ba- nanas lit City Restaurant I M I M I what deltcinu Ice CrrnmI and Sherbet at City Restaurant We have suits to suit you at prices to suit you CARSON CO McCall Baztar Patterns Inc and 1sa at Pair Cosnone higher Why dont you bring us some Fry- Ing Chicken CARS N Co New Clothing at Pair Cots styles the latest prices the lowest We have lots of W L Douglas Ox- fords Try a pair CARSON Co New Laces and Embroideries at Pslr Coscheapest place In town If you have either old or new felth ers for sale come to see Careen Co Pair Cos Patent Kid Strap San dais that sold for z 50 are now 200 Cream Cbeeoe Brick Cheese Sau sage and Ctckers at City Restaurant City Restaurant has the finest canned nod bottled goods In Hartford I Come to see me In the building or merly occupied by J W Fords feed store SAM BACH Our Serge and Flannel Suits ate summer necessities as well as sum met beauties CARSON Co Mothers Ear A WORD IN MOTHERS lARI WHIM MYRMa AM INFANT AO IN THI MONTHS THAT COM aIFORI THAT TIMI SCOTTS EMULSION I auppufa THR IXTRA TRINUTH AND OURHMalfr eo acaIIR FOR THII HIALTH OF aorH MOTHER AND CtILDSend for free ample SCOTT A IIOWNE Chemists 4ogyrr Peal Street New Yak soc and Ioo I aU Iata J tG A f + ++ + + +++ + + + + + +++ + + + i New line of R G summer Cor sets at Pair CosQ Dont fall to visit Sam Back in his new quarters next door to Fairs Mr Birch Wilson Prentls had hisb arm seriously hurt by a reaper on Collins farm last Saturday Carson Bros the Grocerers hartf- ord GIve them a call when In need o anything In their line Robert Marks and Oren Wallace have accepted positions with thea DlrdseU Wagon Companys Will Seibert ilttle son of S II Seibert Is on the sick list ne Is thought to have bilious lever if you are extra long extra wide or extra short we have trousers to fit you CARSON Co CW treatment Consultation and Exam nation free 41tL Ice Cream Ices Phosphates Coco Cola and Dr Pepper and aU kinds of coot drinks at Z Wayne Griffins drug store Wanted everybody to come to the Econamy Dry Goods Store when In need ofa new Hat New Millinery received weekly Mrs J E Fogle attended the Woman Missionary Society at Louisf vUle Saturday She was a delegate from the Hartford church A large number of town folks at tended Childrens Day exercises st- WashlngtoQ church last Sunday They report a pleasant day Chester Stevens and Ion Barrett oa left Monday for Bowling Green They on will enter the Cherry Brothers Busi- ness College for the summer session 11Messrs Ford Marvin Bean and others spent Wednesday and Thursday In hunting on the Rowan land near the upper lockssl Mr Owen Carpenter who has been In the employe of the home Telephone be Company left Wednesday for Owens born where he goes to seek employ merit of IDr day for Lawrence urg to attend the burial of Mrs Stanleys brother Wil lis Portwood whose death occurred ou the previous day Prof A P Taylor who has been visiting here left yesterday to attend the County Examination at Elkton He Is a member of the Board of Ex aminers of Todd county New Millinery Goods received weekly at the Economy Dry Store Also a new line of GoodsI bet Dress Fabrics See our en Batlsts and Cluny Laces U you are hard to fit try a pair o W I Douglas Shoes CARSON Co Dont forget that we have reduced prices ou aU Clothing We sell to- 8U alike Come to see us when yo need In anything In this lineTI lc Economy Dry Goods Store We sold a lady yesterday a bundle of Pound Percal at65c She says she made one wrapper and lour shirt- waists and had enough goods left to make a half dozen comforts Why not try n bundle CARSON Co Miss Maggie Smith was united i marriage to W B Doyle nl Jackson Alabama Wednesday at her home at McHenry She Is the beautiful And accomplished daughter of Dr J S Smith Mr Ben Stevens Mr and Mrs Welter Wright and Miss Mary Hay den Deaver Dam and Misses Art l e Wilson and Erie Shreve Roslne at tended the opening bell et Dawson Springs leaf Thursdav and Friday evenings Miss Sallie Taylor one of the beau- tiful and attractive girls for whichI Hartford Is so justly noted graduated from the Female High School o Louisville Monday Her mother Mrs H P Taylor and soot hiss s Mary Taylor were present at hert graduation Mt M P McDowell died at hist home about five miles east of Hart- ford last Friday His death was duet to old age He was a respected cltl zen end will be missed His romaine In were interred In the family burying ground Saturday iu Rea TlUord was arrested here Tuesday by Clarence Keown on an old Indictment returned about five years ago tor selling liquor without license He was placed In jAil He was afterwards released on bond Vest Tllford and R P lIer are sureties The bond was 100h The following young people spent tIlI1asea Smith Laura Morton Isabelle Cox nd Zena Nail Messrs n E Blrktl Ira Bean Willie Hurt and Les- lie Wedding Hartford and Messrs Babble and Cecil Owensboro Prof E W Patterson and Missal Cora Petty will be united In marriage- at the brides home nor Narrows et- g oclock Wednesday June 24 Prol Patterson la one of Ohio countys most promising young teachers He has been elected to a professorship In Hertford College tor the coming school year He snow engaged la the Y M C A work being the County Miss comes tram inone She le accomplished and almable- M F ElklD Lexington Ky lec- tured Wednesday night at the Meth church In the Interest of the 10a cal lodge of K O T M to a large audience As a result of his coming In lodge has secured ten new mem In honor of Mr Elkin a Dan quet was to have been given at the New Commercial leaf night but he ro was called away yesterday and the ndate strong and active membership here nd It le increasing It numberJ canet r hi- S A Anderson a Candidate nlQhlo plpals ilea convention Mr Anderson Is at plpresent In 1898 is a memorable case is election to the Circuit Clerkship was unsuccessfully contested by the Democratic candidate Mr Anderson s one of the best pILouisville Notice to Creditors AU persons having claims against the estate ot James R Coppage de ceased are hereby notified to present the same to me at my office In Hart ford Ky properly proven on or be the 15th day of July 2903 or they will be loreve batted ty June fat 190Jw R R WEDDING Admr Y M C A NoteslJ The mens Bible claM at Hartford will have two meetings per week one Monday night at y45 the other Sunday at the regular hour 230t1 The 3rd chapter of Hebrews Is our lesson for next week All christian In town should join one or the ther of these classes Beaver Dam is planning to put In elbath room for the benefit of young men there This would bea great In the work of the Y M C Ale and if proper Interest Is taken It cats done and the fee placed In the reach of aU We earnestly hope far the hearty co operation and supportl aU business men of do something to uplift the young men E W Pv Sick Headache Food doesnt t digest wella Appetite poor Bowels constipated Tongue coateda Its your liver Ayers PUIsC are liver pills they cure dys- pepsia blllousness 23c All oIrlllllts I IYant roar rnewtneha or beard a beIIUfu- lBUCKINGHAMS brown blactr Thai us DYE Wrtkoorsd 11001 uaaw 0 N T NL a to XN w4 MX HfHHJ uA E Ellis went to McHenry Mon dayBirch Felix Olaton was In town TuesdayWm Shroader Jingo was In town Tuesday John Unley Matanzra was la tow TuesdayT Bennett Ceralvo was In tow- n TuesdayAlbert Cox Jingo was la town Tuesday Dazel Stewart Maeda was In town yesteeday John T Ron Centertown was t town MondayI Iewl Rogers Rockport was In town Tuesday Jas Ambrose Adahburg was town Tuesday Dr Barnhlll Pordaville was In town Saturday John Hamilton Adaburg was In yesterday itf Joel G Sapp Pordaville was In Saturday Dr H B Innis Render was In Wednesday Tom Stevens Beaver Dam was In WednesdayS Esq G W Martin Cromwell was town Tuesday Dr J D Maddox was town MondayII IIIn P M Allen Centertown was In Hartford Monday Mr Vincent Centertown was In Wednesday 1 Lawrence Norris Oweusboro was town yesterday ilthis John Allen Olatou was a caller at office Monday W Lon TweddeU was In Owensboro the first of the week Alex Carson Heflin was a caller this office Tuesday In M L Heavrin was In Owensboro Friday end Saturday Mayworth Barnard Owensboro was In town Saturday Wm Mitchell Olaton was a caller fr- at this office Monday Mr and Mrs G W Bennett Beds were In town Saturday Deputy Sheriff Chester Keown was Centertown Sunday- S A C Yeiser returned Monday from Glenavllle McLean county J P Southard McHenry was a at this office Tuesday Mike Crahan Horse Branch was town Monday and Tuesday te- M S Ragland went to Rosine uesday returning yesterday Mose Mattingly went to Owenabo Sunday returning Mondayw Deputy Sheriff R L Boyd Horse was In town Wednesday Miss Lillie Ward visited her par at Beda Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lurie Davis Calhoon visited sister Miss LUlie Ward Monday sale Prof E W Patterson visited friends Pordaville Monday ano Tuesday G B Smith Taffy was a very easant teller at this office Monday D W Kimmel Ceralvo was a easant caller of this office Saturday Jas Hurt Williams Mines was a pleasant caller at this office Tuesday to nlewas Attorney C E Smith visited his at Ceralvo Monday and Tues dayA Mack Ragland and Hurman Mauzy returned Tuesday from an outootown tripW J Bolton Boonevllle Miss Is- In town He Is thinking allocating here Mrs Ed Johnson of McLean COUK a Is visiting relatives here this a- Miss Birdie Woodward returned for from a visit to friends at Mc Henryes ofMrs ling Green Is visiting relatives here the weekdi dlP cethis U S Carson left Monday for Dawte son Springs He will begone shoat two weeksm Misses Laura and Florence Morton ft yesterday for a visit to friends In d Owensboro R R Riley returned Saturday from two weeks visit to Col Derret at Ky Esqr Ben Graves and wife Butord Sheriff Keown and family Wednesday Henry Carson and family visited relatives at Masonvllle Wednesday ThursdayII Misses Stella Tanner Nil Creek nd Ida Park City were pleasant Saturday Miss Daisy Duke of Snnnydale visited her slater Miss Dessle here the first of the week Ben D Ringo returned to Prank tort Wednesday alter spending a with his family here ewj Mrs Julia Pursley Cadiz county Is visiting her parents b- and r Mrs E P Thomas this week Lieutenant Earl Dennett of the U S Army arrived In Iiartford day to visit his mother Mrs S Duke Judge R R Welding and wife t turned Wednesday ram a visit to friends and relatives at Sulphur SpringsJ Vlcker and his sister in fa- n w Mrs Heber Matthews will leave to- day for a visit to relatives In McLea- a n countyProf O M Shultz and Supt De Weese will attend the Kentucky Ed- ucatlonal Association at Lexington next week Miss LulA Walker of Lexlogtou ton grandparents and Mr M Walker Chas Mays and wile OloVensboro grandsonn wickslthis week A P Taylor wife and baby Al- lenavllle Todd county are visiting Mrs Taylors parents Mr and Mrs W B Render this week Mrs J W Ford and little grand daugher Winnie Slarmerman wen to toulsvllle yesterday They will return the first of the week Capt John C Riley returned yes feeder tom business trip to the pat Itrans of the First National Bank a- ulphur t Springs Narrows Jingo and otherpolnts in the countyt Miss Annie Collins who has been 1attending the High Court Gendler 0 returned WednesJ She has been taking a course music art and literature H H H H b H HHH BEDA KY tHHHft H JHI Rev Horned Caneyvll1e preach at the C P Church SundayI Mr J W Hatcher who l Is able to be out again Mr and Mrs W II H Parks Davless county visited Mr and MrsI C Bennett Saturday night Childrens Day which was observ- ed et church was well attendeda Mr Everett Ellis Alexandria was our town Tuesday Mr Travis Maple AndersonvlUe came to attend Childrens aDay Mr Walter Parks Hartford visited t SMr fled Mr B bh Bennett and family Tuesday and Wednesday Rev R D Bennett Hartford preached at the M E Church last night and Sundayg Miss Mattie Vowels Owensboro was the guest of Miss Clara Bennett Mondtiq ntebt Dfina Grace Park AndersonvUle returned home Sunday afternoon af n two weeks visit to friends end relatives I have been troubled for some time indigestion and sour stomach Mrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee Mesa and have been taking Cham berJalns Stomach and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much so that now I can eat many things that Defers could not It you have any trouble with your stomach why not take theca Tablets and get well For by all druggists S S Notice Those owing me by note oritccount will please call on of address E G Kirby Narrows Ky and settle same ez within the next 30 days If not set- tled la this time I will be compelled sue on all outstanding Indebted tome So please heed this no and save cost II 473 Ii F BEAN M DE T r Enter Business CollegeS secure a Position Write for cata alog now Address U H Cherry Bowling Green Ky r Advertising Pays on Talk about the benefits of advettis It Ingl Down In Florida the other day family lost a child which they sup posed had strayed away from home nd got lost After searching in vAin three days the frantic parents placed sn advertisement in the near newspaper Imagine the surprise the parents upon going to the door next morning to see a monster al upon the doorstep where he the child alive and then himself The ad cost but 25 and It gave them back their child they sold the altlgatl hide for 25 and the parents are to showing the child at all the dime useums In the land at 5o a week 87 Does advertising psYeloR Jocktl to I tlAt Ha ° the Cost Lien I Coffee a has better strength and flavor than many so call ed fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same price Is not to be com- pared with lion In quality fa I Dt air tlsht sealed packages Peculiar ItselfE In what it is and what it docscon- e lining tho best blood pur1lying altornttvo and route substances and affecting tho most radical and per manent cures of all humors and all eruptions relieving weak tired languid feelings and building up the whole systemis true only of Hoods Sarsaparilla No other medicine nets tike It no other medicine has done so much real substantial good no other medichlo has restored health and strength nt so little cost I WM troubled with scrofula and came monthsIe two bottles of floods Sarsaparilla I could see to walk and when I had taken eight bottles I could leo as well M seer SUliK A ILuns TON withers N Q Hoods Sarsaparilla promlsos to curo and koope tho promiso- FORDSViLLE r KY f t 1t1 J tt Tt77t Mr Jesse Howard of Louisville- t was here Monday and Tuesday Miss Ethel Conniff Louisville Is the guest of Mrs Lee Montgomery spentSunday McCartyMiss Foreman of Narrows l guest of her aunt Mrs loIcSmlth consumpI was here for burial Wednesday took place et the home come tery Thursday Mr and Mrs Jttt McCarty epee Sunday In Oweosboro the guest of daughter Mrs Ellington Mr Winfield Morrison who bee eery 1 I r ash Improved 1Miss Bernie Wlborn has returned an extended visit to Paradise Rochester and other points Mr Pope McAdams formerly as cashier of a bank at Beatty Is the guest of his slater Mrs C Adair Mrs Allie Graham Narrow was the guest of Mrs Mc Smith Monday Tuesday Mr and Mrs Byron Bean of Dun- dee visited Mr and Mrs W H Ser gent Saturday and Sunday Misses Anna aqd Ola Gaines were home Informally toe fw friends- uesday evening Those In the par were Misses Nancy Smith Mary and Jessie Reynolds Messrs Jackson Harry Wallace sari Pope McAdams The ladles of the Methodist church will glue and Ice cream supper In the near the church Mrs Me Smith entertained Wednes- day evening for her nece Miss Eva Foramen Mrs Elizabeth Harder Ellzbeth town la the guest ofrelatlves here Mrs Marlah Walker was with her daughter Mrs John Renfrow at Nar- rows Sunday The following party spent Sunday afternoon at Dark Hollow about two and a hall miles from town Misses Nancyand Mamie Smith Anna and Ala Gains Bernice Welborn and Jessie Reynolds Messrs Edward Sweatt Hurry Wallace and Pope Mc Adams Soldiers Reunion The annual reunion of the Green River Association of exFederal Sol dlers wlU be held at Central City July 4th The general public end Confederate soldIers are Invited Master Commissioners Sale auro CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY A Urairher AdelT1latnlla- TI Jllrntchea Ectlkteadaat By virtue ofa judgment and ordcr of sale of the OhloClrcuitCoarfretdeted the May term 1913 is the above cease lor the purpose of settling the estate of Monroe Searcher decea9ed I will offer for sale by Public Auction- at the Court House door In Hartford Monday the 6th day of July lr3 about one oclock p m a reed of six months the mineralrlgbt under the following described proper- ty towlt A tract of land set apart by the Commissioner sppofatedbq the Ohio County Court as Willie Ktmleye J Interest in her fathers estate and name load purchased by the decedent Dratcheq from D M Patterson and Willie Patterson and being lot X1o 4 allotted to the Enid Willie Klmley be- ginning at a white oak T S Ben netta corner thence N 87 W pass- Ing his corner with the N EK cornero allot No I at r4 poles and In poles to a atone corner to lot NO3 In line of lot No Ii thence with line of NO3 N 3 E 74 25 poles a stone the N Ii corner of No 3i thence with another line of same N W 2 poles to a store sad black bush Alvis Fulkersnn corner with his line N 3 E 89 poes n dead black oak In Tout Allens line thence with his line N 87 E 76 polo to n sweet gum his eurntt Vlth Simpson And Monroe Dlatcher 1 thaneswith Brateb rs line S 87 E to a stake T S Dtnnetts corner In h1A flat thence aith his line S 3 W 76 poles tf the begin Wing COhtlllnl g 78 acres mute or lesli The sccmd lrc hlr12 nral tile waterof Louis Creekln Ohio county Kentucky and bounded on the N by the Marion Williams on the E by same on the S by lends of Alvis- Fulkerfol said tract being formerly owned and bought from John Wil Item or sufficient thereof to produce the saws of money ordered to be made The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security Immediately alter sale This tsth day of June 1903 ROWAN HOLBROOK Master Commissioner HnAvRIN WOODWARD Attys THE STAHOPE IfthelYlelliflllartford i i Shouldcome helm for their Suits we believe wo 1could pleaso every ono of them and wo would have the swellest looking lot of men in Hartford to bo found anywhere in the country We do dress n largo share of thom but wo often wonder ruby Wet too they only know the low prices and superiority of our Clothing We never saw finer Clothing than wo are oifer ing our trade for summer wear Suits with all the kinks of fashion 300 to 1500 Swell as it is possible to make thom And then wo have every i thing that is right ni Hats and Haberdashery to comploto the outfit Suits for the long slim fel- low Suits for the short fallow Suits for the thick fellow and SUIts for them odiumsized follow Suits for the Boys and Youths Suits for every- body i Dont take our word for it but but como i and see and bo convinced i Carson INCORPORATED CO f HARTFORD KY My New Quarters Are replete with bargains of all kinds Como in apd inspect my stock which consists of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Trunks Mattings Carpets Etc The very lowest prices on Query thing in my line I quote you n few prices Good Bleach Cotton 5c per yardGood heavy Factory 50 per yard Best Calico pc per yard readymadoClothing 300 Youths Best Clay Worsted Suitssizes 14 to19 250 Boys Suits from 6ito 15 years 150 lions Pants 50cthis is a worMs benter You had bettorcill- at onto ns these goods are going rnpidl lionsSliocs 1 Ladies Shoes 1 Call and oxaniine our stock Dont have space to > cjuotb all our special prices Highest prices paid for Feathers Ginseng Yellow foot Etc Yours for trade SAM BACH Hartford Kyr Notice The third annual celebration of Dundee Lodge No 733 F A bh will be held at Sylvan Park Dundee Ky Saturday June 27 1903 In hot r 01 St Johns Day with a grand barbecure EP Moore JV proule and H C Acton Committee 4S5tI I Buy From D L D SANDERFUR Beaver DameKy HEALER IN Grocories slid HnnlwnroIHar1 vesting Machines Farming commorcinllFortii1 Real Estate EJO YOU WANT A fARM I have some land for sale 70 acres lien Palo for 700 Good bargain 100 acres near Cormwoll for 400 100 acres four miles north of Hartford for 1000 Good conditions and a bargain 135 ncrog four miles north of Hartford for 800 In good condition Good building o Oite dwelling house and storehouse in Prontis for 500 n good location and a good bargain If you want to buy or sell see mo S A Anderson Dealer In Real Estate IIARTF011DKY to < 1 n o i l ri f 4 I IIs I i i I kl 9- y 1i i J j

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Page 1: Hoods ScJa itf grandsonn r - University of Kentuckynyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7s1r6n1d8m/data/0722.pdf · A WORD IN MOTHERS lARI WHIM MYRMa AM INFANT AO IN THI MONTHS THAT COM aIFORI THAT

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Indications are now that the hotweather is< right on us We have some Special Goods at

prices that will help to keep you cool Sodont worry yourself but visit us and we willdo the rest

WASH GOODSIrony line Polka Dot Orgnndiesrenl value lOcour

Juno prices 71cSheer 15courJuno20 styles Figured Dimitiessell readily nt 20cour

Juno price 15c

WOOLEN SKIRTINGS3Ginch wool filling Honriettn silk finishusunlly soils

for 35cour Juno price 25cJtinchnIlwool black Sharkskin desirable for skirts

wortl Ocour Juno price 75ctlinch black Ltnmino for skirts or suitsretail readi-

ly uL1000ul Juno price 85c

LADIES FURNISHINGSScJaSilk Fans 50c 75c 1 and 150IMillitnry Iloso Supporters + 25010cShirtSOcNew

MENS FURNISHINGS

25cScrivonsFrench Webb Suspoudorsn 25c

I15cNow50cHoseonBleachedCrash ShirtinhS Cottonndes Etc for Juno Dontblay other peoples debts by buying from croditsollingandlowinOhio

The Bargain

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Hartford Republican

FRIDAY JUNE ig

Read Davless Co Bk Tr Co ad

Bargains In Millinery at FairCos

New Shirt Wallt Sets at Fair

CoaPrlceacut hall on Millinery at Pair

Cos

Reduced prices on Wash Goods atPair Cos

Go to Carson Dros for Seed lushPotatoes

Soda Water and Letuonade nt CityRestaurant

Everything In Millinery at reducedprices at Pair Coe-

Ntceat Candles and Cakes In Bartford at City RostAurant

Apples Oranges Lemons and Ba-

nanas lit City Restaurant I

M I M I what deltcinu Ice CrrnmIand Sherbet at City Restaurant

We have suits to suit you at pricesto suit you CARSON CO

McCall Baztar Patterns Inc and1sa at Pair Cosnone higher

Why dont you bring us some Fry-Ing Chicken CARS N Co

New Clothing at Pair Cotsstyles the latest prices the lowest

We have lots of W L Douglas Ox-

fords Try a pair CARSON Co

New Laces and Embroideries atPslr Coscheapest place In town

If you have either old or new felthers for sale come to see Careen Co

Pair Cos Patent Kid Strap Sandais that sold for z 50 are now 200

Cream Cbeeoe Brick Cheese Sausage and Ctckers at City Restaurant

City Restaurant has the finestcanned nod bottled goods In Hartford I

Come to see me In the building or

merly occupied by J W Fords feedstore SAM BACH

Our Serge and Flannel Suits atesummer necessities as well as sum

met beauties CARSON Co

Mothers EarA WORD IN MOTHERS lARI WHIM

MYRMa AM INFANT AO IN THIMONTHS THAT COM aIFORI THATTIMI

SCOTTS EMULSION I

auppufa THR IXTRA TRINUTH ANDOURHMalfr eo acaIIR FORTHII HIALTH OF aorH MOTHER AND

CtILDSend for free ampleSCOTT A IIOWNE Chemists

4ogyrr Peal Street New Yaksoc and Ioo I aU Iata

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New line of R G summer Corsets at Pair CosQDont fall to visit Sam Back in hisnew quarters next door to Fairs

Mr Birch Wilson Prentls had hisbarm seriously hurt by a reaper onCollins farm last Saturday

Carson Bros the Grocerers hartf-ord GIve them a call when In needo anything In their line

Robert Marks and Oren Wallacehave accepted positions with theaDlrdseU Wagon Companys

Will Seibert ilttle son of S IISeibert Is on the sick list ne Isthought to have bilious lever

if you are extra long extra wideor extra short we have trousers tofit you CARSON CoCWtreatment Consultation and Examnation free 41tL

Ice Cream Ices Phosphates CocoCola and Dr Pepper and aU kinds ofcoot drinks at Z Wayne Griffinsdrug store

Wanted everybody to come to theEconamy Dry Goods Store when Inneed ofa new Hat New Millineryreceived weekly

Mrs J E Fogle attended theWoman Missionary Society at LouisfvUle Saturday She was a delegatefrom the Hartford church

A large number of town folks attended Childrens Day exercises st-WashlngtoQ church last SundayThey report a pleasant day

Chester Stevens and Ion Barrett oaleft Monday for Bowling Green They on

will enter the Cherry Brothers Busi-

ness College for the summer session

11MessrsFord Marvin Bean and others spentWednesday and Thursday In huntingon the Rowan land near the upperlocksslMr Owen Carpenter who has beenIn the employe of the home Telephone beCompany left Wednesday for Owensborn where he goes to seek employmerit ofIDrday for Lawrence urg to attend theburial of Mrs Stanleys brother Willis Portwood whose death occurredou the previous day

Prof A P Taylor who has beenvisiting here left yesterday to attendthe County Examination at ElktonHe Is a member of the Board of Examiners of Todd county

New Millinery Goods receivedweekly at the Economy DryStore Also a new line of

GoodsIbet Dress Fabrics See ouren Batlsts and Cluny Laces

U you are hard to fit try a pair oW I Douglas Shoes

CARSON Co

Dont forget that we have reducedprices ou aU Clothing We sell to-

8U alike Come to see us when yoneed In anything In this lineTIlcEconomy Dry Goods Store

We sold a lady yesterday a bundleof Pound Percal at65c She says shemade one wrapper and lour shirt-waists and had enough goods left tomake a half dozen comforts Whynot try n bundle CARSON Co

Miss Maggie Smith was united i

marriage to W B Doyle nl JacksonAlabama Wednesday at her home atMcHenry She Is the beautiful And

accomplished daughter of Dr J SSmith

Mr Ben Stevens Mr and MrsWelter Wright and Miss Mary Hayden Deaver Dam and Misses Art l eWilson and Erie Shreve Roslne attended the opening bell et DawsonSprings leaf Thursdav and Fridayevenings

Miss Sallie Taylor one of the beau-

tiful and attractive girls for whichIHartford Is so justly noted graduatedfrom the Female High School oLouisville Monday Her motherMrs H P Taylor and soot hiss sMary Taylor were present at hertgraduation

Mt M P McDowell died at histhome about five miles east of Hart-ford last Friday His death was duetto old age He was a respected cltlzen end will be missed His romaine In

were interred In the family buryingground Saturday iu

Rea TlUord was arrested hereTuesday by Clarence Keown on anold Indictment returned about fiveyears ago tor selling liquor withoutlicense He was placed In jAil Hewas afterwards released on bond VestTllford and R P lIer are suretiesThe bond was 100hThe following young people spent

tIlI1aseaSmith Laura Morton Isabelle Coxnd Zena Nail Messrs n E Blrktl

Ira Bean Willie Hurt and Les-

lie Wedding Hartford and MessrsBabble and Cecil Owensboro

Prof E W Patterson and MissalCora Petty will be united In marriage-at the brides home nor Narrows et-

g oclock Wednesday June 24 ProlPatterson la one of Ohio countysmost promising young teachers Hehas been elected to a professorship InHertford College tor the coming schoolyear He snow engaged la the YM C A work being the County

Miss comes traminoneShe le accomplished and almable-

M F ElklD Lexington Ky lec-

tured Wednesday night at the Methchurch In the Interest of the 10a

cal lodge of K O T M to a largeaudience As a result of his coming In

lodge has secured ten new memIn honor of Mr Elkin a Dan

quet was to have been given at theNew Commercial leaf night but he rowas called away yesterday and thendatestrong and active membership herend It le increasing It numberJ canet

r hi-

S A Anderson a CandidatenlQhloplpalsilea convention Mr Anderson Is atplpresentIn 1898 is a memorable caseis election to the Circuit Clerkship

was unsuccessfully contested bythe Democratic candidate

Mr Anderson s one of the best

pILouisvilleNotice to Creditors

AU persons having claims againstthe estate ot James R Coppage deceased are hereby notified to presentthe same to me at my office In Hartford Ky properly proven on or be

the 15th day of July 2903 orthey will be loreve batted ty

June fat 190JwR R WEDDING Admr

Y M C A NoteslJThe mens Bible claM at Hartford

will have two meetings per week oneMonday night at y45 the otherSunday at the regular hour 230t1

The 3rd chapter of Hebrews Is ourlesson for next week All christian

In town should join one or thether of these classesBeaver Dam is planning to put In

elbath room for the benefit of youngmen there This would bea great

In the work of the Y M C Aleand if proper Interest Is taken It cats

done and the fee placed In thereach of aU We earnestly hope farthe hearty co operation and supportl

aU business men ofdo something to uplift the young

men E W PvSick HeadacheFood doesnt t digest wellaAppetite poor Bowelsconstipated Tongue coatedaIts your liver Ayers PUIsCare liver pills they cure dys-pepsia blllousness

23c All oIrlllllts I

IYant roar rnewtneha or beard a beIIUfu-

lBUCKINGHAMSbrown blactr Thai us

DYE Wrtkoorsd11001 uaaw 0 N T NL a to XN w4 MX

HfHHJuA E Ellis went to McHenry Mon

dayBirchFelix Olaton was In town

TuesdayWmShroader Jingo was In town

Tuesday

John Unley Matanzra was la tow

TuesdayTBennett Ceralvo was In tow-

n TuesdayAlbert

Cox Jingo was la townTuesday

Dazel Stewart Maeda was In townyesteeday

John T Ron Centertown was t

town MondayIIewl Rogers Rockport was Intown Tuesday

Jas Ambrose Adahburg wastown Tuesday

Dr Barnhlll Pordaville was Intown Saturday

John Hamilton Adaburg was InyesterdayitfJoel G Sapp Pordaville was InSaturday

Dr H B Innis Render was InWednesday

Tom Stevens Beaver Dam was InWednesdaySEsq G W Martin Cromwell wastown Tuesday

Dr J D Maddox wastown MondayIIIIInP M Allen Centertown was In

Hartford Monday

Mr Vincent Centertown was InWednesday 1

Lawrence Norris Oweusboro wastown yesterday

ilthisJohn Allen Olatou was a caller atoffice Monday W

Lon TweddeU was In Owensborothe first of the week

Alex Carson Heflin was a callerthis office Tuesday

InM L Heavrin was In OwensboroFriday end Saturday

Mayworth Barnard Owensborowas In town Saturday

Wm Mitchell Olaton was a caller fr-

at this office Monday

Mr and Mrs G W Bennett Bedswere In town Saturday

Deputy Sheriff Chester Keown wasCentertown Sunday-

SA C Yeiser returned Monday fromGlenavllle McLean county

J P Southard McHenry was aat this office Tuesday

Mike Crahan Horse Branch wastown Monday and Tuesday te-

M S Ragland went to Rosineuesday returning yesterday

Mose Mattingly went to OwenaboSunday returning MondaywDeputy Sheriff R L Boyd Horse

was In town Wednesday

Miss Lillie Ward visited her parat Beda Saturday and Sunday

Mrs Lurie Davis Calhoon visitedsister Miss LUlie Ward Monday

saleProf E W Patterson visited friends

Pordaville Monday ano Tuesday

G B Smith Taffy was a veryeasant teller at this office Monday

D W Kimmel Ceralvo was aeasant caller of this office Saturday

Jas Hurt Williams Mines was apleasant caller at this office Tuesday to

nlewasAttorney C E Smith visited hisat Ceralvo Monday and TuesdayAMack Ragland and Hurman Mauzy

returned Tuesday from an outootown

tripWJ Bolton Boonevllle Miss Is-

In town He Is thinking allocatinghere

Mrs Ed Johnson of McLean COUK aIs visiting relatives here this

a-

Miss Birdie Woodward returned forfrom a visit to friends at McHenryesofMrsling Green Is visiting relatives here the

weekdidlPcethisU S Carson left Monday for Dawteson Springs He will begone shoattwo weeksmMisses Laura and Florence Morton

ft yesterday for a visit to friends In dOwensboro

R R Riley returned Saturday fromtwo weeks visit to Col Derret at

KyEsqr Ben Graves and wife Butord

Sheriff Keown and familyWednesday

Henry Carson and family visitedrelatives at Masonvllle WednesdayThursdayII

Misses Stella Tanner Nil Creeknd Ida Park City were pleasant

Saturday

Miss Daisy Duke of Snnnydalevisited her slater Miss Dessle herethe first of the week

Ben D Ringo returned to Pranktort Wednesday alter spending a

with his family here ewjMrs Julia Pursley Cadiz

county Is visiting her parents b-

andr

Mrs E P Thomas this weekLieutenant Earl Dennett of the U

S Army arrived In Iiartfordday to visit his mother Mrs SDuke

Judge R R Welding and wife tturned Wednesday ram a visit tofriends and relatives at Sulphur

SpringsJVlcker and his sister in fa-

nw

Mrs Heber Matthews will leave to-

day for a visit to relatives In McLea-

an

countyProfO M Shultz and Supt De

Weese will attend the Kentucky Ed-

ucatlonal Association at Lexingtonnext week

Miss LulA Walker of Lexlogtoutongrandparents and MrM Walker

Chas Mays and wile OloVensborograndsonnwickslthis week

A P Taylor wife and baby Al-

lenavllle Todd county are visitingMrs Taylors parents Mr and MrsW B Render this week

Mrs J W Ford and little granddaugher Winnie Slarmerman wento toulsvllle yesterday They willreturn the first of the week

Capt John C Riley returned yesfeeder tom business trip to the pat

Itrans of the First National Bank a-

ulphurt

Springs Narrows Jingo andotherpolnts in the countyt

Miss Annie Collins who has been1attending the High Court

Gendler 0 returned WednesJShe has been taking a course

music art and literature

H H H H b H HHHBEDA KY tHHHft

H JHIRev Horned Caneyvll1e

preach at the C P Church SundayIMr J W Hatcher who

l Is able to be out againMr and Mrs W II H Parks

Davless county visited Mr and MrsIC Bennett Saturday night

Childrens Day which was observ-ed et churchwas well attendedaMr Everett Ellis Alexandria was

our town TuesdayMr Travis Maple AndersonvlUe

came to attend ChildrensaDayMr Walter Parks Hartford visited tSMrfled Mr B bh Bennett and familyTuesday and Wednesday

Rev R D Bennett Hartfordpreached at the M E Church last

night and SundaygMiss Mattie Vowels Owensboro

was the guest of Miss Clara BennettMondtiq ntebt

Dfina Grace Park AndersonvUlereturned home Sunday afternoon af

n two weeks visit to friends endrelatives

I have been troubled for some timeindigestion and sour stomachMrs Sarah W Curtis of Lee

Mesa and have been taking ChamberJalns Stomach and Liver Tabletswhich have helped me very much sothat now I can eat many things thatDefers could not It you have anytrouble with your stomach why nottake theca Tablets and get well For

by all druggistsS S

NoticeThose owing me by note oritccount

will please call on of address E G

Kirby Narrows Ky and settle same ezwithin the next 30 days If not set-

tled la this time I will be compelledsue on all outstanding Indebted

tome So please heed this noand save cost II

473 Ii F BEAN M DET r

Enter Business CollegeSsecure a Position Write for cata

alog now Address U H CherryBowling Green Ky

rAdvertising Pays on

Talk about the benefits of advettis ItIngl Down In Florida the other day

family lost a child which they supposed had strayed away from home

nd got lost After searching in vAin

three days the frantic parentsplaced sn advertisement in the near

newspaper Imagine the surprisethe parents upon going to the door

next morning to see a monster alupon the doorstep where he

the child alive and thenhimself The ad cost but 25

and It gave them back theirchild they sold the altlgatl

hide for 25 and the parents are toshowing the child at all the dime

useums In the land at 5o a week 87

Does advertising psYeloR Jocktlto

I tlAtHa °the Cost

LienI Coffee

a

has better strength andflavor than many so called fancy brands

Bulk coffee at the sameprice Is not to be com-pared with lion In quality

fa I Dt air tlshtsealed packages

PeculiarItselfEIn what it is and what it docscon-e lining tho best blood pur1lying

altornttvo and route substances andaffecting tho most radical and permanent cures of all humors and alleruptions relieving weak tiredlanguid feelings and building upthe whole systemis true only of

Hoods SarsaparillaNo other medicine nets tike It

no other medicine has done somuch real substantial good noother medichlo has restored healthand strength nt so little cost

I WM troubled with scrofula and camemonthsIetwo bottles of floods Sarsaparilla I could seeto walk and when I had taken eight bottles Icould leo as well M seer SUliK A ILunsTON withers N Q

Hoods Sarsaparilla promlsos tocuro and koope tho promiso-

FORDSViLLEr KY ft 1t1 J tt Tt77t

Mr Jesse Howard of Louisville-t was here Monday and Tuesday

Miss Ethel Conniff Louisville Isthe guest of Mrs Lee Montgomery

spentSundayMcCartyMiss

Foreman of Narrows l

guest of her aunt Mrs loIcSmlthconsumpIwashere for burial Wednesday

took place et the home cometery Thursday

Mr and Mrs Jttt McCarty epeeSunday In Oweosboro the guest of

daughter Mrs EllingtonMr Winfield Morrison who bee

eery 1 I r ash Improved

1Miss Bernie Wlborn has returnedan extended visit to Paradise

Rochester and other pointsMr Pope McAdams formerly as

cashier of a bank at BeattyIs the guest of his slater Mrs

C AdairMrs Allie Graham Narrow was

the guest of Mrs Mc Smith MondayTuesday

Mr and Mrs Byron Bean of Dun-

dee visited Mr and Mrs W H Sergent Saturday and Sunday

Misses Anna aqd Ola Gaines werehome Informally toe fw friends-

uesday evening Those In the parwere Misses Nancy Smith Mary

and Jessie Reynolds MessrsJackson Harry Wallace sari

Pope McAdamsThe ladles of the Methodist church

will glue and Ice cream supper In thenear the church

Mrs Me Smith entertained Wednes-day evening for her nece Miss EvaForamen

Mrs Elizabeth Harder Ellzbethtown la the guest ofrelatlves here

Mrs Marlah Walker was with herdaughter Mrs John Renfrow at Nar-

rows SundayThe following party spent Sunday

afternoon at Dark Hollow about twoand a hall miles from town MissesNancyand Mamie Smith Anna andAla Gains Bernice Welborn andJessie Reynolds Messrs EdwardSweatt Hurry Wallace and Pope McAdams

Soldiers ReunionThe annual reunion of the Green

River Association of exFederal Soldlers wlU be held at Central CityJuly 4th The general public end

Confederate soldIers are Invited

Master Commissioners Sale

auro CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKYA Urairher AdelT1latnlla-

TIJllrntchea EctlkteadaatBy virtue ofa judgment and ordcr of

sale of the OhloClrcuitCoarfretdetedthe May term 1913 is the above

cease lor the purpose of settling theestate of Monroe Searcher decea9ed Iwill offer for sale by Public Auction-at the Court House door In Hartford

Monday the 6th day of July lr3about one oclock p m a reed

of six months the mineralrlgbtunder the following described proper-ty towlt

A tract of land set apart by theCommissioner sppofatedbq the OhioCounty Court as Willie Ktmleye JInterest in her fathers estate andname load purchased by the decedentDratcheq from D M Patterson andWillie Patterson and being lot X1o 4allotted to the Enid Willie Klmley be-

ginning at a white oak T S Bennetta corner thence N 87 W pass-

Ing his corner with the N EK corneroallot No I at r4 poles and Inpoles to a atone corner to lot NO3

In line of lot No Ii thence withline of NO3 N 3 E 74 25 poles

a stone the N Ii corner of No 3ithence with another line of same N

W 2 poles to a store sad blackbush Alvis Fulkersnn corner

with his line N 3 E 89 poesn dead black oak In Tout Allens

line thence with his line N 87 E 76polo to n sweet gum his eurntt Vlth

Simpson And Monroe Dlatcher 1

thaneswith Brateb rs line S 87 Eto a stake T S Dtnnetts

corner In h1A flat thence aith hisline S 3 W 76 poles tf the beginWing COhtlllnl g 78 acres mute orlesli

The sccmd lrc hlr12 nral tilewaterof Louis Creekln Ohio countyKentucky and bounded on the N bythe Marion Williams on the Eby same on the S by lends of Alvis-Fulkerfol said tract being formerlyowned and bought from John WilItem or sufficient thereof to producethe saws of money ordered to bemade

The purchaser will be required toexecute bond with approved securityImmediately alter sale

This tsth day of June 1903ROWAN HOLBROOKMaster Commissioner

HnAvRIN WOODWARD Attys

THE STAHOPE

IfthelYlelliflllartfordi iShouldcome helm for their Suits we believe wo

1could pleaso every ono of them and wo would havethe swellest looking lot of men in Hartford to bofound anywhere in the country We do dress nlargo share of thom but wo often wonder rubyWettoo they only know the lowprices and superiority of our Clothing

We never saw finer Clothing than wo are oifering our trade for summer wear Suits with all thekinks of fashion 300 to 1500 Swell as it is

possible to make thom And then wo have everyi thing that is right ni Hats and Haberdashery tocomploto the outfit Suits for the long slim fel-

low Suits for the short fallow Suits for the thickfellow and SUIts for themodiumsized followSuits for the Boys and Youths Suits for every-

bodyi Dont take our word for it but but como

i and see and bo convinced

i CarsonINCORPORATED

CO fHARTFORD KY

My New QuartersAre replete with bargains of all kinds Como in apd inspectmy stock which consists of Dry Goods Clothing ShoesHats Trunks Mattings Carpets Etc The verylowest prices on Query thing in my line

I quote you n few prices Good Bleach Cotton 5c peryardGood heavy Factory 50 per yard Best Calico pcper yard

readymadoClothing300 Youths Best Clay Worsted Suitssizes 14 to19250 Boys Suits from 6ito 15 years 150 lions

Pants 50cthis is a worMs benter You had bettorcill-at onto ns these goods are going rnpidl lionsSliocs 1Ladies Shoes 1

Call and oxaniine our stock Dont have space to>

cjuotball our special prices

Highest prices paid for Feathers Ginseng Yellow footEtc Yours for trade

SAM BACHHartford Kyr

NoticeThe third annual celebration of

Dundee Lodge No 733 F A bhwill be held at Sylvan Park DundeeKy Saturday June 27 1903 In hotr 01 St Johns Day with a grand

barbecure EP Moore JV prouleand H C Acton Committee 4S5tI

I Buy FromD L D SANDERFUR

Beaver DameKyHEALER IN

Grocories slid HnnlwnroIHar1vesting Machines Farming

commorcinllFortii1

Real EstateEJO YOU WANT A fARM

I have some land for sale70 acres lien Palo for 700

Good bargain100 acres near Cormwoll

for 400100 acres four miles north

of Hartford for 1000 Goodconditions and a bargain

135 ncrog four miles northof Hartford for 800 In goodcondition Good building

oOite dwelling house and

storehouse in Prontis for 500n good location and a good

bargainIf you want to buy or sell

see mo

S A AndersonDealer In Real Estate

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