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I Ht rlArt I FORD ' MfcKALK
O NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS. P
her alster, all winter, has returned
to her home at Dundee.
Messrs. Jeff and Thatch Pickerel
are working in Howard's coal mine.
Mrs. J. D. Thompson, of Sim
mons, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Carter,
mm I. Mr. John Myers, an aged of McHenry. H Peht Saturday and
welt known citizen of Muhlen- Sunday with their parents. Mr. ana
county, died at his home In Mrs. Luney Maples. Mr. and Mrs.
Carrolton, April 29 and was Fred Tatum and children, Emn
wfa in Equality cemetery. Satur-1 ana Winnie nean, 01 mminuna,
afternoon. April 80. He was spent Sunday afternoon at we Ma-
starysmn.at South Carrollton for I P' nomo.
tor ot years. I Mr- DaTe wenl 10 ""n0
surprise birthday dinner was hunting work. He am noi secure
to Mrs. R. E. Eudally, April employment ana came dbck.
The occasion was greatly en-1 Mr. Lon Bryant nas two cnuoren.
by all present. Those present who have been very sick wun
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boone I wnooping cougn. .
I Tr .Ll J .1 M.
Am rhllclren. Mr. and Mrs. J. I "UDuaru ami ma. .uu ma-
Barnard and two children, Mrs. P' eM 111 w,tn tonsllitls.
Bratcher and two children. Mrs. Mrs. wiinou nas oeen on ine
es, Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Cun-
d three children. Mrs. F. C. M'- " Blr- rnK OTI"e "na
and! children spent last Saturday ana
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomson, ot Central Grove.
and two children, Mr
Lee Tlchenor, Delia Eudally,
and Mr. Bob Matthews, Mrs,
Morton, Mrs. Opal Kaler, Mrs,
Boone and son, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Emma Fulkerson,
Jnaivh Everley. Ruth and May God- May 7. Mrs. B. E. Rlcheson and
mm. Anna Wood, Mary Ethel Ever- little daughter, Emily, will return
Hej. Ora and Cora Everley, Bertha today, arter a iwo weens visiiwun
Jkmtoe. Hazel Brown, Bessie Carter, ner niece, airs. Dennis Asmey nu
Wallace Morris. Earl Carter, Odra Mr. Ashley, at Alexander.
Mr. and Mrs. James Allen are the
proud parents ot a fine baby boy,
He will bear the name, Willie Mar
The stork also visited Mr. and
Mrs. Ed York and left with them
fine baby girl. Her name is Pansy,
Mrs. J. J. Toms and children vis
ited relatives at Sulphur Springs
from Saturday until Monday
Miss Ethel Jones visited relatives
at Alexander. Saturday,
nd Oolda Faught.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hunter ac-
muBied by Mrs. Ira Cox and
stiter. Alma Ree, went to Ceral-
wk Saturday afternoon to visit Mr.
T. I. Wood and family.
. llr. nnd'Mrs. W. M. Addington
SUw returned from the home of
Jkuir daughter, Mrs. Bob Shutt,
tn they have been to welcome
jhiTT new grandson, Robert Atlding-
itom ihutt, who arrived recently.
Mrs. Emma B. Fulkerson and
.axalww, Joseph Everley, Coral vo,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
ifbcgnt, of Kronos.
Quite ft number of O. E. S. mem
t'ORDKVILLK HIGH SCHOOL
Following is the program of Fords-
of Fiuallty Chapter attended villa High School Commencement
ake Cernlv-i Chnper, Saturday night. I exercises now in progress
4Jt were lighted with the kind I Sunday morning. May 8, Dacca
twi cou t -3,1113 reception given us laureate sermon. This was deliver-
hope Jt have them with us In 1 ed by Rev. Felix Sanders, pastor of
own i- f i j lire.
Tlr. aiil Mrs. Will Bullock have
Fordsville Methodist church, at the
I M. E. church. He delivered a won-1
eved iuto their new house, recent-1 ierful message. The service was at-
tr :ted Hie re their other house I tended by a large crowd.
burned I Monday evening. May 9, Music
Jr. Leorird Carter, who had the Recital.
jaiidattune to get a finger crushed Tuesday evening. May 10, Grade
i bj a hay'fork, recently, is getting Exercises.
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Jkfiril tt(i. Sunday School hag
tinea orgniied at Hamlin's Chapel
uriU Kev W. J. Miller, Superinten
flerl snJ Mrs. Cassle McDowell
Km. Catherine Alvey, of Rome,
j, ik visiting relatives, here.
Kta. J. R.. Albin is visiting rela-
n near llnrton and Rosine.
Irs. Jinf.I'irtle, of near Hart
wan the guest of her sister,
Mm. John Brown, last Tuesday.
I!r. Dave Harrell has returned to
Mis home hert", after a few week's
r in ChlcaAi.
Wednesday evening, May 11,
Thursday evening, May 12, Class
Friday evening, May 13, Com
mencement Address, by Dr. John J.
Tigert, of the University of Ken
Following is a list of graduates:
Homer Ford. Walter Hale, Z. C,
Daniel, Homer Ray, Helen Wilson,
Vena Royal, Durelle Dodsey, Mary
Louise Renfrow, Anua Belle Wed
FIVE HUNDRED PARTY
A Five Hundred party was given
bv Mrs. Henderson Murnhree. Man-
sur. j. it. Aiuin spent the first ol h.. ,.. ,. , u i,.
I UUJ Ul(lll IU UVUUI Ul II CI ,IBIIU1
Mrs. Monroe Sineleton. of New
Seral from this place attended york. After a number of faterest-
rty given by Nannie Porter. InK raraeg. delicious refreshments
r home rfear Horton. Saturday were 0nI- , few trienls
were present. Mrs. Louis Rfl'ey and
Mr. A. C. Porter werv prize winners.
Br. and Mrs. Willie Brown and
Jwsalr, and Mrs. Ray. . ot
o. nave neen guests of Mr. and
,Fred Miller, the past week.
0 mti. D. L. Miller, Mrs. Clark and
(M duller were guests ot
sjss. Hdard fTurnes, Sunday.
Uui aiutiyH Miller spent Satur
top aifiht ana' Sunday with her
aauti Miss Hefnlo Ford, ot Central
Ir. Otis Jabnson, of Missouri,
u Twilliij,' ft is parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lr. Charlie King and family, ot
teaXml Grove, 'spent Sunday with
Uwlvr, Mrs. 1ulia Stevens.
Jtuu'i Myrtle, and Isabella Stev
a wnt Sunda'y with Myrl Stew-
BirdMeff Clover HuflCrrs for' sale
eitiier netr or serosal handV We
have two IVor. 1 lilrdketf Clovcw- ITul
lers that rum be driven by ordinary
farm tractors, will be shop rebuilt.
Mr and I an'' M,' at (MU"Ka'11' A,so " 28
in.x-iwn. urtynouna -jnrraniBsx ma
chine, used Me seasosi as gim4 as
One 19 HP Grv8cott Trac
tion KaKfne, Me 15 HI Case Trac
tion Engine, med one year, om 80
HP Caw Trartlo Ehcrae- aari' on
17 IIP Frlrk Traction Enginn all' in
fine roncfilion. One- right rati' Mc
t'ornilck Cons Shredder and Hunker-
One 1S-SO avotad basal E- Foua-
kcromw drives fa row trader- with
4ows. Seveaal aecoad' hssssT heavy
farm wagons, Kelts, pullfcjnt, nanny
erv, grist mST, feed mills, kerosei
. .1 w .
Bennett returned to her I . , .....
am at Liver more. Sunday. She
ma Ka .visiting her sister, Mrs. E.
JX Strwurd. '
JTa little daughter of Mr. and
tilde Griffin has been- on tne
list, tbis week.
ft Herbert Steward attended
ha stun gams at McHenry, Sunday.
Saaday School is doing nicely
There.- fern- i enrolled.
T. Mr. 'Preston Daugberty
MB smiled what is knowa as tha
Trna Wallace l:e.
bargaimi fat mwhiswiry, gjod
t-hinery bought ami sold. We ara
agwts (or Admiral and Ell Bay
rreM, Asaerkma Saw MiH Va
rhinery Clo"pan', Disstoa and At
GIUNTHER HARDWARE COM
J. VD GIUNTHER, Preaideat.
S. W. ANDERSON COMPANY, Incorporated.
The great outstanding
keynote of today's
Bargains that are uni
versal in their savings,
welcome in their time
liness and generous in
their appeal to the whole
family one and all.
PALM, BEACH SUITS
Men's genuine Palm Beach Suits In
grey and light and dark tan, cor
rectly tailored in regular stouts,
slims and stubs. Specially priced
PALM BEACH TROUSERS
Men's genuine Palm Beach Trousers
in all the leading shades Specially
priced at $5.00
Men's and young Men's all-wool
Suits Worsted, Serges, Flannels
and Cashmeres. Wide range ot pat
ters correctly tailored in the best
models for men and young Med.
Every Suit In the lot worth from
$5.00 to $10.00 more than our spe
cial price ot 925.00
Other Suits from .913.00 to 950.00
BOY'S ALL WOOL SUITS
Boy's all-wool Suits in a beautiful'
range of v patterns correctly tailored
in the newest models. Specially
priced at 910.00
Men's good Quality Nainsook Union
Suits. Specially priced at ....... 75c
Men's good Blue Work Shirts ..75c
Men's Good. Khaki Trousers .$1.50
Blue Triple Stitched
Men's Bleached Drill
Drawers, per pair . ,
Boy's Fine Percale or Madras
Blouses , , 75c
$10.00 Imported Grass Rugs 0xlJ
size. Extra low price of ... .94.03
AH Cork top and Burlap back Lino
leum Rugs . 9x12 site. Beautiful
patterns, regular $22.60 rugs. Ex
tra special low price ot ....910.50
Best Printed Linoleum 6 ft. wide.
Beautiful ( patterns, regular $1.35
values., per ec,uare yard. Extra low
special ........ . . . . .... 91.00
Beautiful Fibre Silk Tricolette
Blouses. Colors, Navy, Brown, Gray.
Jade, Alice and Copenhagen. Ex
tra Special for 92.08
One $2.00 size heart shape Oil Mop.
Special low price .....91.00
$32.60 all worsted tapestry 9x12
Rugs, Extra Special $23.50
$1.00 Linen Window shades,
green 36x72. Special ..... ,
Dupians Baronette Satin Skirts
the most popular skirt made today.
Colors, Black, White, Gray, Navy,
Flesh and Rose 97.50
$3.50 GINGHAM DRESSES 92.00
Children's Plaid and Neat Check
Gingham Dresses. New Styles re
ceived every two weeks. Sixes
to , 14. Garanteed $3.50 grade.
Price .... 92.00
ORDER BY MAIL
BEAVER DAM HIGH NCtfOOL
The commencement of the Beaver
Dam High Schoal will begin Sunday
May 16th. The- following program
will be given during the week:
Baccalaureate Sermon, Sunday
May 16th, Rev. Albert L. Maddox.
Drill and Operetta, Children of
Grades, Monday evening. May It.
Recital, Tuesday evening. May
17. Miss Jackson's pupils.
Junior Play, Wednesday evening,
May IS, Junior Class.
Senior Class Exercises, Thursday
evening. May 19, Senior Class.
Commencement, Friday evening,
May 20s 1921. Address, Prof. R.
win Casebier, Era Render, Gladys
Likens. R. P. Brown, Ruth Stevens,
Sally Anna Maddox, Kenneth Bar
nes, and Lam mis Taylor.
Special preparation has been
mad tor the week'a exercises and
something entertaining is promised
for each evanLng. The school at
tendance in the grades and High
school has been a record for the
school. The school closes with the
best wishes ot the patrons and
bright outlook for the future.
APRIL HONOR ROLL
Cora May Southard. Ruth Camp
bell. Jam Carlisle Gillespie, Lois
Jan Riley, Sarah Schroeter, Ellis
P. Green, Stat Supervisor of High
Mothers' Day will be observed at Schools.
Beds Cumberland Presbyterian The Baccalaureate sermon will b
church. Sunday, May 16th. Prof, given at the Baptist Church. AJL Maddox Foster, Franklin King, Ed-
.. i,T.,o..ht the Finis Reynolds, ot GrnvUl. Ky., will the other exercises will be given at mond Allen Bennett. Charlt Bats,
WilQOll OSS DOUgUl torn .v .k. fc. Tl,..l Run. T.m ' Hat Ha Rll.v Paraon Marshall TXT
, i a' w na iirirat.iii a u u navv iwi, vi ,uw .www . , ..- , ------- ---- - - - . .
Joseph Albin hat been vlslt-
. . i - I. DmUa
imu .. ln.ll.l
.lQf lug and program for the oo- Ky. I uruner, jaraes lister ruiserson.
castoa after which th pastor, U D. There are eight gradsutes to r-( Secovd Grade
Harrel. ot Caneyvlll. Kyv will celv diplomas from th High . Charll Campbell, t. C. Riley,
School. They art at follows: Er. Hazel Bennttt. Rolli Hicksy. Lacy!
Johnson, Irene Cox Blrkhead, Anna
Ruby Mtnton, Chaster Stewart,
Everett Park, Edwin Carpenter,
Mary Lou Smith, Hugh Milton Ful
kerson, Norman Bilbro, Gracl Mc
J. C. Casebier, WUhelmlna
Schlemmer, Sue Nina Lauterwasser,
Pearl Sheffield, Gola Henry, James
Vista Bell Estes, Lucll Schroe
ter, Owendolln Martin, Charlotte
Pirtle, Zelma Park, Hubert Phillips,
Mary Mitchell; , May ' Hickey.
Thelma Estes, Loll Wilson, Helen
Westerfleld. Edith B. King. Mary L.
Tappan. Ernest Anderson, Donald
Mitchell. v 41
Eigth Grade .
Emily F. Riley, Ewell WUllamt,
Virginia Lauterwasser, lienor Set-
bert, Ray Brawaer, William Bean, 1
Ferdinand Pirtle, Tim McCoy, Lit-
lUrk Schspmlr. Aitc Htnry, Try
beat Howard, Allot' Fatttrtot,
Irene Lee, Clifton Cook. Griffith
Mitchell, Azale Bennett, Bernic
Barnard, Clara Hoover.
FORMAN WIDICK -
, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Forman an-'
nounc .th engagement ot their
daughter, Mist Mary Jan, to Mr.
William Rlddell Widlck, ot Earl
ington. Th wedding will tak
plac In early June.
Th Hartford Herald, $1.10 the irta
Chlropractlo tplnal adjutj
ment will rtmov th caut ot
COUPON Tola clipping la
ood for a iplnal aaalytla and
DR. J.G. DEAN
Hours: by appointment.
'H0&83 BRANCH, KT.
Fuuua who hai been vUUiflX