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Amm t6. -The farmers of thli vl
afK are busy cutting wheat. '
r nr. Cstllt Stevens spent Saturday
twoj;! 1tu. Mr. Earl Haxolrfgg, or
Mmnx Dam. '
Ki Myrel Stewart, of Beaver
Aaax, stunt the week-end with Mr.
jsW la. David Ford.
v Kr. Pendleton Henshaw, of Hart
ford, went Sunday with Mr. Clint
Kr. and .Mrs. Oscar Kelley and
Ottir son, James Marlon, of Bearer
"Bwn. were the guests Sunday of 0
jmT. vua mrs. lthtiu ruru, ,
Kirotfay School Is doing nicely
Itnltm a large crowd from here
Mtrr1 the unveiling at Taylor
' Sines Sunday afternoon.
Xwm Glyndeen Chlnn and Mary
Xjhmm, and Mr. Anton Chinn at
itmSiti Sunday School at Central
Cnv .Sunday afternoon.
VbH Effle Wtlks, of Island, is the
.gwnsC tt her grandmother, Mrs.
atatnet Render, and other relatives
m.im Mabel Raines spent the
-wvric-rai with Miss Marie Hurt, of
r. an Mrs. Clyde Chlnn are 111
' rjhw rwod parents of a nine and a
'M imiod boy, christened Glyndon i
Tfr. and Mrs. Allen Miller andj
,"Mii!y. of Beaver Dam. were the
!! of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
ta. Will Stevens has been on
Hie Ji t list for some time, but is
"asaarr at this writing.
Ary weather continues in this
Kt. Lowell Owen who has been
riu Bf tofierculoaia for some time is
aisptl to be better.
fin. Eghert Cambron spent Mon--sbf
Jtemoon with her mother,
atra. Tom Greer.
J!w. Evan Owen spent Monday
wltk Vrs. R. A. Owen.
To Ford touring car of Mr. R.
JA. "0m mysterlouBly disappeared
Mast Smday night, but was found
"JSmSxT near Owensboro.
Vm. Slary Kelly is ill at the
Imrnn f her daughter, Mrs. H. C.
Vt. J. L. Greer, of Owensboro,
lit returned home after several
Mitf risit with relatives in this
Kr. and Mrs. E. K. Moseley spent
,Suc:ir wita Mr. and Mrs. Evan
ICr. and Mrs. John Raymond and
Hr. ud Mrs. Ira D. Funk attended
"2e exercises at New Bethel church
19. Crops are looking fine
, irfth the exception that they
Corinne and Thelma Den-
. and Emma Scott were -the
of Miss Opal Taylor, Satur
fcy vrht and Sunday.
ay School at Cool Springs Is
Ymcning nicely with large at-
B Beulah Wilson, of Hope-
I. ipent Saturday night and
ftsr with Miss Ava Lou Klrtley
ctttaded Sunday School at Cool
j Vaw Ella Taylor and Mr. Me
UCmw, of Beaver Dam, surprised
4kwr aiany friends by getting mar-
momv Golda Goodall and Susan
Haft. Messrs. Harlan Taylor, Mur-
Vaddos and Extra Shultx, of
."ffcjlBrfcjwn, attended Sunday
3Bkoc4 at Cool Springs, Sunday.
Xxoe 20. X. heavy rain tell at
lace, Saturday night, com-
ajsinfiiil by a severs 'electrical and
Mary Collins, of Center-
tS the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. B. J. French was at Whltes-
NUa. Monday, on business.
Tr; Homer Martin mads a busl
nmu trip to Hopklnsville, Tburs-
tmr. cetiirning Friday.
Hts. Rosa Martin returned to her
kM. Friday, after spending quits
, at the Stats Hospital.
abry, the little four-year-old
of Mr. and Mrs. George
i naa typhoid.
Ir. Ilwood Bartlett has typhoid.
Mi-. Lather Collins, of Center-
pass, spent Thursday and Friday
nr. and Mrs. Albert Stewart
Mmwm to the wits of Mr. Ellis
i nrar. June 6th a girl.
Mr. Martin Howard has a very
r land caused by fly bite.
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Thirty-Five Years Ago
from tha Herald. June 23. 1886)
Mr. Press Ross Is adding a secono :
story to his meat shop.
a r Hnntt. Esq.. of No Creek.
Is still Improving .nd his friends
him out araln ere long. 1
hope to see him out again ere long,
uiu Marv Cox. the charming lit
tle daughter of 8. K. Cox. left for
Louisville last Friday night to visit
tha family of William Maxweu.
Miss Mary, will be absent two of,
three weeks. I
mi., saiu. Cate left for her home
In Rumsey last Saturday, accompan- Moore Williams. 16 year-old daugh
ied by her uncle. John R. Phlpps. ter of Mr. and Mrs. i. H. Williams.
Miss Henrietta Ounther. of the
in Cream Parlor, will nlease accept
our high appreciation for the boxes other senses are wonderfully de
of delightful cherries and luscious veloped. she having Just completed
bananas. . i.
Twwaty-Pire Years Ago
(From the Herald, June 14, 1186)
Dr. H. L. King and wife, of Para
dise, Ky.. left for Waxahachls, Tex.,
last Wednesday where they go to
make their home In tha future.
Mr. X. B. Bibb and Bowman Owen.
f Stanford, Ky.. are tha guests of
Mr. McDowell Fair and family. '
Rev. J. A. Bennett, of Bed a, spent
Sunday with his daughters, Men-
dames. C. M. Barnett and J. B. Fos
ter. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Daan,
at Htnas' Hill, on last Thursday
morning, a boy, christened Henry B.
Tha Beds and Reader teams play
ed ball at the latter placa Saturday
Score II to II In favor ot Render.
Ftftacai Tears Ago)
(From tha Herald. Juna 80, 1806)
Tha Hartford Republican has mov-J
ed Into its handsome new quarters
on Center Itraat.
Jadga J. IP. Millar will lecture at
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Today marks the opening of the biggest event in the merchandising history of
this vicinity Anderson's LoOm-End Sale. Offering an endless chain of bar
gains in best and newest goods. A flood of unusual values will flow put for
the next ten days. You know our storeyou know our service you know
what our Loom-End Sale brings to you in the way of substantial bargains.
Come By All Means!
Sale Cioses Saturday, July 2nd.
S. W. ANDERSON
Green River Baptist Sunday School
next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
. Mr. Alex Barnett, of the Herald,
attended the Home Coming at Louis-
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Prof, and Mrs. L. N, Oray went to
Bowling Green Monday to attend tfte
Kentucky isaucauonai Assocmiion.
- Little Miss Nancy Ford Is tl
guests of relatives In Fordsvllle tor
a few days,
. Tne Pm below. wa composed
nd typewritten oy miss rauuns
near tne ciose or me receni wrm oi
school. She Is totally blind but her
her freshman year In High School.
We'll bid adieu, to our teachers true
At three o'clock tQ-morrow;
We'll say goodbye, with our hearts
With a great, great load of sorrow.
But they hava done their part. In
our upward start, , .
To the heights ot education; ' .
8o Its not their fault, If wa tall to
Tha goal of our destination.
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Wa wish them all tha best auccaas,
la whatever they each may follow;
And we'll hold them high, as tha
A daya go by!
With tba greatest respect 'and honor
We'll never torget, tha worth-while
They said and did among us;
And at last may wa meet, on the
. golden street '" '
in tba glorious land above us.'
Cartiont'eerl. tl 18 Oa yvf.
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, Where Courtesy Reigns '
MASONIC WIDOWS AMD
Louisville, Ky.. June 8, 1821.
Mr. C. M. Crowe,
f . naruora, xj. ,
Dear Elr: At your request, I am
sending yon a anort sketch of Miss
Katie Lee Lloyd and some interest
ing facts concerning the school at
Midway, Ky. ,
The little girl .Miss .Katie Lee
Lloyd, from tha Masonic Home,
whom the Masonlo Lodges ot Ohio
County have selected to educate, has
an exceedingly pleasant manner
and a splendid Intellect. She la a
ward ot A, 0. Hodges Lodge No.
297. located at . Whltesvllle, Ky.,
having come to the Home Sept. 17,
181C and having completed the 8th
grade In tha Home school June 1,
1)21 with an average ot over 6
per cent' for tha year
Kentucky Female Orphans 8chool
has been ehosen as tha school for
Katie Lea to attend, and there 111
no oouot ot us oeing a wise cnoic
Vhla 1st gtiHFAi1UaUl fhlAl .i
This Is an
sundlng high In Class A, ranking
In the character of lta work with
our colleges for women. .It was
founded by members of tha Christ
ian Church In 1848 to meat tha
urgent need of a place to educate
orphan children. . Having raoelvad
tha blessings which all worthy
causes receive, It haa bean success
ful far beyond tha dreams of the
(founders, and Is continuing to grow
I In else and Influence, . '
j Girls ot all Protestant denomina
tions auena ecnooi aerv ana rwnn
the best of training for tha nuttes
of Ufa.' Only tha ones who hare a
good character, hn earnest purpose
and the capacity for receiving an
education ma enter.K
' In no school can ' a mora hae-
Uia a'-'-:v"t t tt, t-J':
where ' does one And- a healthier,
happier company ot young women.
Special attention Is given to the
Domestic, side of their education,
Domestic .Science being a part ot
tha Curriculum and tha dally du
ties being such as teach them tha
art of home making. , 1
Katie Lea will have as school
mates several ot tha Home girls,
some of whom' will graduate next
year, soma two years hencei and
soma will enter with her. Wa pre
dict' for her great success and shall
watch her career, with an affection
1 Very respectfully.
' BELLS FOTtD.
MRS. ERNIE ROACH
Mrs., Erala Roach died at har
home two miles north of Rosins.
last 8unday night attar a lingering
Illness of tuberculosis. She was 24
of y age, , - a devout
of Mt. -Vernon Methodist
cnar-ch 4ad befor her Ulnasa waa
orglit for th, eholr ,t taM plac.
, w " sr wn
Nfli Vil a atniaanHlll f VRA M Vnillff
christian womanhood. '
She waa a daughter fit Mr. and
Mrs. poc Burton, of Olaton R. T.
D. No. 4. who survive har. 8ha al
so leaves her husband, a small alt
tar and flva brothers as follows:
Allen, ot Broadway Mines; 'W. B.,
Lee man, Roy and Ira. of Olaton R.
F. D. No: 1.
Funeral services ware , held at
Mt Varaoa church. Tuesday after
noon, and tha body waa than laid to
rest' In tha cemetery naarby. Har
grandmother, Mrs. Elisabeth Aoton,
waa burled In 1 tha aama oemeUry,
Just a weak previous.
Miss May Walker, of ForisvU'.i,
R. F. D. No. 8, was the wr-'j-r-1
u:' 0 her brotr,' F:r. r '
. :tl-ZT, aal tar"?.
July a to FIvo Big Night
Fint Night ' '.,
Musical ArU Mala Quartette. '
' , Seooaul Night
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Lecture by Prof. Milton Brown on
"The. Problem ot tha Unprepared."
"Caonv Ricka" a dalivhtfnl dr-.
matlc version -of fie popular aerial. .
- a a. tr. . en
- Fifth Night" . -
- WnKAvf t Hla .nta.tatn.. .nil
impersonator, better, known.. aa.
"Smilln' Bob." -Lecture
by Dr. W. R. Cady on
"Tha Birth and TWth f WnrMi " '
I The County Falr-A pageant.
Tha Southern Chatanqua Service ;
i furnishes this entertainment, and the
Bureau Is conceded to , be ona ot
I the very beat In tha country. All '
I these attractions can he heard for ,a
I trine. It Is antertalnmant. inatrno-
tion. inspiration, brought to . onr
door, and Va nni r.a '.SPnM tAmu
Purchase your season ticket. On
sale at JAMES H. WILLJAK3' '
DRUG STORE. Pries 88.00. -
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