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" 1500 Times Each Day in the U.S. A.
ibe greedy hand of fire seizes some borne, barn or store.
How About Your Property?
! Is it adequately losured? Is it properly safeguarded?
livery fire brings costly ititcrruptious,"
danger and inconvenience, that can
not be measured in dollars and cents.
fnrnishes insurance of the highest grade. Consult
' our agency.
PARKS & YEISER,
3 f f
Green, were married at the resi
dence of Chester Tlchenor, No Creek
lust Friday evening by Rev. F. A.
Sanders. Their many friends Join'
in extending them congratulations.
Jlr. J. M. Bishop returned home
list Thursday from Florida, where
e bpuul uiw wiiuer.
Mr. Marvin Carlisle Is in Louis-
contents belong-1 vilp th)9 WM,k on ,,,,.
Bishop was de- j L pm)th th)
sf. 9. On the nluht of April 6,
a tem and nil its
wrea oy nre or unicnown or.g.n.en(, )n 0wengboro ylalting friends
TU Included 7 or 8 tons of & u Howerion. biate
Mr. 100 bushels of corn, an auto-' vallgellst( preacned at the Baptlst
mSCz. bnsnr, mare and wit, a tuurcu her- Ia8t MouJ u, . t
.tows, wngon, ana an nts tanning
Utr. William Wlthrow went to
Sartrxl City,. today.
sTia. Tucker, who has been visit
Dr. M. M. Dexter and Miss Ida
.Matthews surprised their many
friends by going to Rockport, Ind.,
last Monday and getting married.
Apr. 11. Claud Lyles Is erecting
a dwelling house on the Morgan-!
I :ivn . ntl., 11 Tv.tTu frnm (nu n T?'iv. '
mond Chick also Is erecting a dwell
mg nouse one-nair mile from town
SS r daughter, Mrs. Harry Bown
kir 4 tie past month, returned to her
hone nar Livermore this morning,
fipanied liy her dmightT.
Kr. S. E. Hunter went to Central
i J. n. Wood is in the neigh-
VirtMxt. today, doing some survey- the same pike. Long years ago
tit w Mr. J. E. Igleheart. at the cross roads one-half mile
Vita Mary Jane Whittakur went80lUh of Beaver Dam there was a
to Jtourmnn this morning. hamlet known us Strlngtown. Af-
Era. J. S. Trunnell, of Utica, Ky.,ter Beaver Dam was laid off, Strlng-x-K-llne
her parents, Mr. and town was abandoned and most of
j the peoplo moved to Bearer Dam.
find Of lute thev urn n.hiilMInn- Strlrnr-
City, ! town a half mile further out the
pike from the old town. There are
TXT A ODUPT A T
Ttr- I. Tt. Hunter.
1!. Moore, of Greenville
i-BfiSS Wllkins, of Central
-vvrt !n our midst, Thursday.
acr. una .mis. i uero i rowoer are ( ten families living In the new town
of their brothers, Messrs. noW- The wonder about It Is they
Ortodo and Ira Cox. und families, j are ev,.ry one Democrats.
The freeze Sunday night finished
what fruit escaped the freeze some
j time bark.
r" Kathleen Turner, of llart-t Mrs. Laura Stevens, of Louisville,
Siril vas the week-end guest of her wi(low of tile lato .Tliomas Stevens,
worr. nlrl). uma lurner, nere. gent the week in town visiting her
Xr. W. V. Crowe, of Owensboro, brothers, C. M. and H. Taylor.
a lew nays lure last week.1 nr ,! nun. pu...
Of the many advantageous buying opportunities presented by this
store, this sale stands out conspicuously. Every display puts ' special
emphasis on Quality, Variety and Economy.
TAKE THE ELEVATOR TO THE THIRD FLOOR
Hopkinsviile, is visiting his father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. John Coleman, of Louisville,
was the guest of Mr. H. D. Taylor
und wife, Sunday.
Mrs. Less Chinn and little daugh
ter. Once, .of Hopkinsvllle, were
visiting friends In town, Sunday.
Mrs. S:im Gentry. nf Fnrrtavlllo
Kfc f.onls Oieger, who has been vi!lited her gIster MrS- Robert Jaclt".
origin s disease, is some bet- gO0i iast week.
Rev. C. C. Daves filled his reenl.ir
A. B. Rowe. who has been anoointment at the Bantlst rh..roh.
d-nmsiy mi. ih ueuer. ' Slin,iv Th. . a a
, ' v . v w n urn Bvu v v v
-a uowe mm wire .or Drakes- preseut t0 hear him.
m-ti uy? spending a few days the ,
tmix vf A. B. Rowe and family. I MARRIAGE LICENSES
Vr. C. A. Lindley. of MontKom-l
rtstar.R his nephew and niece, Dr.
lot! Mrs. S. W.-Crowe. j
It'H Katie Belle Duncan, of
SrmXtng Green, was the guest of
fri-irf5 here last week.
?rf. Hendricks, aof Sacramento, '
Is 'tnarhing a class in vtfc-al music
U'itr if. E. church here. '
Kn. S. M. Dexter went to Louls
afc 1it Monday. !
Ala., returned to her home
Mt Thursday, after spending sev-
mm toys here visiting relatives.
- . Ross visited relatives at
Keorrw Dam last week;
Jtoc Ashby, of this place, and
Guy Stewart, age. 19, McHenry,
to Mary Wilson, age 16, McHenry.
Isaac Ashby, age 26, Centertown,
to Agnes Duncan, age 26, Center-town.
Jesse Waddle ge" 21, Martwlck,
Ifim Agnes Duncan, of Bowling to Mabel Hope, age 23, Rockport.
HELPIXQ TO MAKE BETTER HOMES
This is the oppertne time to buy 'rugs .while the' as
sortment is at lt beat and you're the time to consider
the designs, patterns and colorings. You will And our
entire stock marked down to meet every drop In the
wholesale costs. You can buy any rug in our stock and
know you are gettisg it at the lowest possible price.
We've many new patterns to show you and assure you It
would be a pleasure t0 grant us the privilege.
1 lot of imported 9x12
grass rugs, in blue, tan and
green Week-end Sale
1 lot Tapestry Brussels,
size 9x12, 1 floral and 2
Oriental desins, price
1 lot of fine seamloss ax
minster and velvet rugs, ex
tra heavy quality, size 9x12
in all colors, Oriental pat
terns. Week-End Sale
1 lot of seamed rugs, size
9x12, heavy axminster, in
blue, rose and tan. Week
End Sale price .... 930.00 .
3 patterns in beautiful
seamless velvet rugs, all
wool, sizb 9x12 ....9.15.00
1 lot extra heavy tapestry
Brussels size 9x12 Oriental
and floral designs, 3 pat
terns. Week-End Sale
3 patterns, 1 floral and 2
Oriental, beautiful all wool
and taps at .... ..925.00
1 lot of fine extra heavy
grass rugs, reversible, in
.all colors, size 9x12, Week
End Sale price .. 7.915.00
Royal Russian Polish
For Furniture, Pianos, Automobiles and all highly finished sur
faces. Removes the dirt and 'grease, and polishes to a beautiful
Quart .size, regular $1.00 value .49c
Pint size, regular 50c value 23c.
O-Cedar Polish and Mops
Triangular Wool-Filled Mops, regularly $2.00 Yalues,
Week-End Sale price ...91.30
Regular $1.50 value . . . .91.00
Stxteen-ounce size O'Cedar Polish . . .4e
Four-ounce size O'Cedar Polish .V !aac
FOR ALL USES
Because the colors go clear
through to the burlap back our
Linoleums retain their attractive
ness until they are quite worn out.
Our present assortment includes
Linoleums in a score of patterns
suitable for kitchens, bathrooms
and balls and their marketings are
based on present mill prices Instead
of on the costs at the time they were
9x12 Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs
beautiful patterns 914.05
12-ft. best printed Blabon (Red
Seal) cork top and burlap back
linoleum per so, yard .... ..91.10
6-ft. best printed Blabon (Red Seal)
Linoleum." cork top, burlap back,
per sq. yard 9Sc
116. warp best China Matting, extra
heavy hump warp, beautiful
180 warp cotton chain matting, In
all colors, beautiful patterns. Week
End Sale price . .';s89o
"WJD SELL .
The Oliver.6-Shovel Cultivator. easily adjust
ed to any weight driver. The Best
Cultivator on the market.
pfao hnve a coTTtplpt line of DUn Harrows, Corn Plant,
am Plows and other firming implements of the best quality
We are exclusive Owensboro agents tor the famous HOOVER
SWEEPER and will gladly demonstrate. No obligations incurred.
Shades made and cut by chart by our own expert, to fit your
windows, from the Incomparable BRENLIN SHADE CLOTH Sue
clal prices made on all orders for house, shaded complete CaU
us for estimate, and price.. "
Summer Heralds Its Coming in New Spring Draperies
Women who choose Draperie. for their window, and doorway, with
an ey. to the harmony and cheery effect they give the room, they
dorn, will find their hope, mors thin realised In these comprehensive
displays. Oay cretonnes' and chlnto. resplendent with flower, and
birds of brilliant plumage temptingly priced, suggest that In addition to'
hangings, they be mads into comfy, attractive pillows, window seat cov
erings, table runners and a doxen an one other 'worth-while uses Sun-1
fast Madras Side Drapery, SI Inches wide, in . all colors, regularly sold
lor $2.09 per yard. Sals pries ., g j
Cju ClotU, Sale pike, per yard 51.00 Mj'tl3
CretonnM .Oc to OOc per tmr4
J LACK CURTAINS
A, hugs purchase bought s.peoUUy for this event enables us to offer
thrae bnt1ful patterns at the followlnc ,low prices. Made n ni
11.50 and 14.50 per pair. , Sals pries, per pair 91JI9, 91.7a udiiu
S. W. ANDE0SON COMPANY
Where Courtesy Keigos.