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Nov. 21. The lot Hale was quite a
success. ' 6$ lots were sold, all
bringing good prices. Tna old Bap
tist church was noli! to the highest
aad best bidder, bringing $383. It
stood the storms of 63 winters. Its
place la to he taken by one of tho
most beautiful structures In tho
oounly when completed.
Many home in town have changed
hands of late. Mr. Dun Slovens, of
HI Pa,so, Texas, purchased the homo
or Mr. Aiuils in Somh Heaver Dam,
known as tho Lewis property. Mr. i
Annia purchased the home of Luther I
KnrxI'T. Mr. Render has purchased
thf hour1 of the lute Leslie Leach.
Lulhr Uiins is completing a
dwelling hou.io on his lot adjoining'
Fred Cooper has bought the home
of Mr. Emhry on North Main Street.,
Mr. C. Ai. Taylor and son have con-1
t.-ai t il to put up two dwellng houses
in th' new addition.
b'.x. May Hunley had built an
addition to her father's and mother's
hiOi", where une in to make her fu-j
tur' home. This n.akes a commodi
ous home for her parents In which
to upend their declining years.
Mrs. Florence A':ford is erectlna
aa annex to her homo on South Main ;
Street. When completed it will bo1
one of tho most beaulitiil homes in
I'-n t of t'lwn.
L!r. Frank Cran. who has been in
the grot.o.-y bu-dnefs tieur the section
house, has sold his home and gro-!
eery house to Cn.le Blllie Chinn.
When he Bella his grocery slock ho.
will move to other parts.
The stork visited tho home ot,
Nicholas Barrass and left them &
girl. Her u;.nm is Hannah Evalyn. I
Mrs. Aaron Weitcrficld and two
litt:o children left Friday for her
Uouiu In Detroit. S'i had been spend
ing tho summer with her father and
mother, Mr. und Mrs. Elvi:. T, Smith, i
Mr. Howard Hinds has purchased
five acres of land from Taylor Balrd,
two miles out on the Cromwell p:ko
aud it; croctius a homo theion. I
'i 'ao election p;.sied off quietly.
Amly Gump was elected by a small
Kr. Claud Bluukeiishlp has pur-,
chus-d tho old home lte of Burlcy,
Ba'tzell, which gives h'm a nice loca-i
tiou to build a home on his farm in'
South Beaver Dam.
ler, Mr. H. M. Hamilton, Mr. Jesse
James. The occasion was a very en
I The stork visited Mr. and Mrs.
Kay Stevens and left a One boy.
iMr. Henry Havens has built a new
home and also Mr. Byron Taylor la
l.u.lillng a home here.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifford Warren left
Nov. 16th. for Illinois to make their
r.ir. and Mrs.
son, Robert Leo,
Everette Porter and
of Williams' Mines,
and Mr. nnd Mrs. O. J. Porter and
Utile ron, Orman Carroll, motored
over to Owcn&boro. Saturday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Francis are
the proud parents of a baby boy,
born Saturday Nov. 4th. Ho was
chiistened Ernest Luke.
Mr. ad Mrs. Claud Chapman and
two children, of Centcrtown, spent
Sunday 'with Mr. and Mrs. Coebel
Miss Ur.a De Ward has been vls-
llinir Miss Bessie Ashley, of this
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Stevens and
f.imilv srent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbert Sandefur.
The school at this place gave a
box supper for the benefit of the
school, Saturday night. A larse
crowd attended. The net result was
nxt ii..;e voris w. s. s.
FOB 4 rF.lt ( EST TUK.VS-
V R V CK I tTl F H ' A T Est NOW
r; ihl;i I.iul-.
. Nov. IS. Fu :u
O are v.'t-y busy Htripplsp tubacc;. i
It-. v. E. S. Koivu IiIIjJ bis l-T'J-l
lar appointment at New Bethel, Sat-
unlaj and Sunday. 'j.
Horn to Mr. and .Mrs. Jolin isa
Taylor, Nov. 5lh. a son.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Atherton, ot
Iti-uwder, Ky., were week-tnd guests
of Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Crowe. I
Mrs. Willie Johnson, of Owens-1
boto. attended church at New Beth-i
el, Suuday. ' I
Mr. Henry Mills and family, of
i'tiilliot. vi::ited relatives at this
jtlace from Friday until Sunday,
Misses Alice and
War Saving Certificates or siamps
of 1918 issue may bo exchanged for
Treasury Certificates at ouce. These
certificates are in nominations of
$25, $100 and $1000, bearing 4 per
cent interest and non taxable for
stale, county or national purposes.
They present an attractive I.'. S. Bond
for safe investment for ihose hold
ing funds' as trustees or gaurdians.
No danger of lo.;s of any fund so In
vested. Anyone having money to
spare could not find a better place to
put it with absolute safety. The
1918 W. S. S. will be due Jan. t.
192 3 and will be paid promptly. The
treasury department urges all who
have W. S. S. that they want to cash
on Jan. 1 1923 to at once make ap
plication to this post master, w:io
will make out the proper papers to
enable them to get their money,
which will be paid by check ly the
nearest Federal Reserve Bank, 1st.
of January 1923. If you want to ex
change V. S. S. for the treasury
certi.'icates it can be done at once at
your post office and you surrender
your W. S. S. due January 1st. 192J
and get in return Treasury Certifi
cates, date 1st. January 1923.
AM) MBS. J. W. I'A'I'K ( KLE-
BBATE CJOLDK.N ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pate, of Beav
er Bam, celebrated their golden wed
ding anniversary at their home, Sun
day November 13th. Three of their
children were present to enjoy the
celebration, as follows: Dr. and Mrs.
A. U. Pate and sous, Alvls Smith and
I Ernest Harold, of Russcllville; Mr.
E. C. rate, ot Benton, ill.; ana Mr.
spent Saturday night aud bunuay M,ag D(jrca(( Ly)ns of Hurtford wag
with their sister, Mrs. Forrest Hoov-'a,HO ft guest
of Harnetts Creek. I w) Joln tnelr many otner frlunis
Messrs. aiam tiowuru aun ioe'n
-McMuban have returned to their1
h( me here alter unending a week
wishing Mr. and Mrs. Pate many
another happy marriage anniversary-1
with relatives in Arkansas.
ft". Elbert Sparks, and Mrs.
Sparks, of the He Ilia vicinity, at
tended church ut New Bethel, Sun
Messrs. K. C. and B. W. Crowo
weut to Hurtrord, Thursday. 1
Mr. and Mrs. John Gray, of Llv-'
evmoro, visited relatives at this
place, Saturday niKht. !
Mr. und Mrs. R. W. Nance spent'
Saturday night and Sunduy with'
their son, Mr. Arthur Nance, of No
Mrs. H"nry King has been very
ill for the past week. '
MBS. JANE HUDSON
( BOMU EI.L
A surprise birthday dinner was
given Mr. Warren Shields on Nov.
12th. by bis relatives und friends.
It was his 47th. uuulversury. AH
brought many presents aud lots to
Thoke prescut were Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Taylor, Mr. und Mrs. Will
Davis aud daughter, Nancy, Mr. and
Mrs. Tildon Drake, Mr. und Mrs.
Richard Davis and son, Clarence,
Ira. Pearl Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Jtevls and daughters, Florlc. Row
ana. Mr. and Mrs. Beathel Oglesby,
daughter, Mattlu Elizabeth and son,
Boel Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Warren, Mr. and Mr. Boscoe E ni
tty, Mra. Warren Shields and daugh-
Mrs. Jane Hudson died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Delia
Bunney, of near Logansport, Sunday,
Nov. 13th. at 12 o'clock, of cancer
and iufiimities due to her advanced
nge, having been 81 years, 6 months
und several days old at the time of
li r death.
The deceased Is survived by two
children, Mrs. Delia llauney, of Lo
gansport and W. T. Hudson, ot
Funeral servlm were conducted
by tho Rev. Thurmun Moore and
burial took place in the Wilson bury
ing grounds, near Cromwell, Monday
morning at 11 o'clock.
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and 'Mts. Charlie Blanchard and Ova
The friends and neighbors of Mrs.
J. B. Tlcheuor, ot the Central Grove
vicinity, surprised her, Sunday Oct.
Those preuent were as follows:
Mr. aud Mrs. J. B. Tlcbenor, Mr. and
MBS. J. H. Tlt'IiE.VOB, children, Mary, Betbia, Vitula. Per
ry and .Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
Rosa and two children, William and
Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Bas Bishop,
Mr. aud Mra. Anie Bowe, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Sandertur, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Stewart', Mrs. Liza Bishop, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Ford and baby.
ford Blanchard, Messrs. Aubry Park. cam. and we found fifty dollars in
and Luther Turner, Mesdames. Ger- gold on our plates as a gift to show
iruae ana Margaret atone, juisses tneir love lor us in our declining
Logle and Mamye Ollle Williams, years. " Those present were Mr. A. B.
Mr. Worthe Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. Lea- j Pate and family, Dr. A. U. Pate and
lie Bowe and mother, Mra. Amanda family and Mr. E. C. Pate. Mr. L.
Mervel Bhoada formerly of Hart
ford, but for some time in the em-
lis store near
from a moving
Bow., and daughter, Anuouia, Mr.
and Mrs. James Baize and five child
ren, Emma Permelia, Puston, Opal
L. J. j aud 'Melvln Ross, and mother, M,rs.
Me-; Ella Jloaklns, Mrs. Pearl Tlcbenor,
. and Mrs. Mamye Shacklett, Mrs. Lallnda
W. Bowe, Mr. Alva Bowo.'Mrs. D. M. Park, Mrs. Carrie Mar-! Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. W, I. Igleneart,
Mr. Sherman Charles, l'rs: Dee Hocker, Mr.
Barnes, Mrs. ! Igleneart. Mr. and Mrs. Will
ploy of the Beaver Dam Coul Co., at Columan, Miss Mary Wright. Mr. andjKerman, Mrs. Bottle Farr, Mr.
Mrs. Bob Brown and son, tin
of last week, hurting his log. but did Elbert, 'Messrs. Tracey Tlcheuor, Tuell, Mra.
and daughters, Imogen, and Mr. and Mrs. Ashby and daughter,
Diana Martlu. Mr. and Pauline, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Everley
uot pay much attention to the injury Earl, Boss, Ream Francis, Clifton Mrs. P. T. Tooley, Mr. Tom Tooley. and baby. .
at the time. Later in tho day. when Rowre. Kendall Park, Enid Tlclienor, Mr. aud Mrs. John Golf and three' '
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the injured member, supposedly Youts, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bishop, J Smith, Mr. and. Mrs. Jim Gott and
completing the fractur. previously &Ir. and Mrs. Chester Stewart and son, Edward, Mr. and Mra. Vine,
made. The bona came through tha three children, Carlos, Hayward and Ooff, Mrs. Susie Hall and baby,
TO OCR CHILDREN
We desire to thank our children
surface, in addition to breaking the Clendon, Mr. and Mra. 0. O. Williams, Misses Clara, Mary and Arbl. Ford,, for their preseuce wlta-us on th.
knee cap aud tearing away soma nd two children, Messrs. H. and C. Mrs. Bertha Suell aud daughter, Ar-, fiftieth anniversary of our wedding
ligaments. He will be incapacitated Stone, Mrs. Josle Wllliama, Mr. and tie Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Blanch- or golden wedding day and for th.
. tor, iTtutb, 'Mr. aud Mrs. Cbarli. Wal- for qu)te , while. , Mra. Albert Bow. and two children, j ard. Misses Myrl Bishop and Artl. . splendid gifts they presented us.
lac and grandson, Gilbert, Mr. aud Louis, aud Linwood, Mr. and Mrs. Talum, iliessrs. Elijah Bishop and t when they arrived w. thought their
Mra. B. W. Stewart, Mr. and Mra. J. ' Old newspapers In lo bundle at John St.veaa au'd thre. children, Sam Blanchard, Mr. and Mra. Hu-j Intention was simply visit and w
J. Stewart, Mr. and Mra. D. I. Mil- this offlc. , Clorus, Thomas and Edward. Mr. bert Ashby, Eddie Blunchard, Med- knew no better until th. dinner hour
A. Pate and Mrs. C. M. Ashby were
not with us although they sent their
gifts through the mall, with love to
MR. and MRS. J. W. FATE.
IF IT IS MO.VEY
You need call or write me. If you
have the collateral, I can help you,
for I loan money on Improved land
at a very low rate of Interest, on easy
M. T. PARKS,
46tf Hartford, Ky.
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