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Ik l lAAYISIStkkRAA SsUa7sSISsk
I jj Local Laconics jj
IIM AilAilAA4SlO
1Mrs 1 George Huber is in Louisville
Phone il2 R for trunks transferred
II Pierce
ill fV Sam Keith has returned from Eliza
bethtownExSheriff
1It ExSheriff Milt Miller was here
Tuesday
TuesdayWallace
= Wallace Babbage spent yesterday in
i Owensboro
Wm McCracken has returned from
Eddyville
h Phone 32 R for nil kinds of hauling
Pierce
PierceMrs
r Aa Mrs Walter Graham went to Louis
ville Tuesday
Darnell Dowden of Paducah was
IF4here Saturday
Miss Mary Jarboe came home from
l Bowling Green Saturday
L Mr and Mrs Thos Bonier spent
ngChristmas in Louisville
e of Mr and Mrs John Leich went to
on Louisville Tuesday shopping
Y John Bell of Tasper Ind has been
45Athe guest of Miss Hazel Holder
00Miss Lucy Adams will arrive this
9week 00 to visit Mrs Nancy Ferry
45 Percy Houston is here from Louis
4 ville the guest of Milton Squires
00Miss Mamie Penner of Henderson is
73 1the 1 guest of Mrs James Penuer
01Wilbur Brown is visiting his parents
Mr and Mrs W W Brown at Kirk
Mr and Mrs Wm Hoffious and son
81 Elmer spent Christmas in Evansville
Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot are
00visiting in Henderson county this week
14Ir and Mrs Clyde Morrison and
children are guests of relatives in Lou
villeMiss
00 Miss Georgia White has returned
23c home front visit to Mrs Bell of Mem
< phis Tenn
r G G Wine is the guest of his daugh
ter Miss Iva 1 Wine at the Satter
field home
91
µ Harry Weatherholt was home from
ooCentral City for the Christmas holi
oo
00days
Mr and Mrs Ernest Boyd and child
ren will go to Henderson this week for
aOren
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a short visit
Miss Lydia Lawson has returned
00 home after a visit to MI and Mrs
lidi John Lawson
Louie Ditzenbaugh has returned
home from Louisville where he visited
IC Russell Harris
at ° iMrs Robert Glasscock and Mrs
st Rosa Whitehouse will go to West Point
soon for a visit
iie r i Dir and Mrs Gardner Board return
Ie
iel l ed from their bridal tour Friday to their
homo near Kirk
The Hardinsburg and McQuady tele
phone line is to be rebuilt and put in
good > i working order
r Mr and Mrs Joe C Mattingly of
c Glen Dean are spending the holidays
zIn Birmingham Ala
Mr and Mrs Frank Bartles of
Bartles Station spent Sunday with
Mr and Mrs John Ross
v Mrs William Pumphrey visited her
daughter Mrs File DeHaven and Mrs
Lucy Younger this week I
d Mr and Mrs H V Duncan spent
Christmas at the home of Mr and Mrs
David Duncan at Brandenburg
Mr and Mrs Edwin Bell of Memphis
Tenn arrived Saturday evening to
visit Mr and Mrs A R Fisher
1 Mrs Fred Ferry and daughter Anne
e
1 Murray will visit Mr and Mrs D
R Murray In Indianapolis this week
Mrs O C Shellman and daughters
Misses Mable Kftthrlne and Mary Ber
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UNIQUE
Entertainment At The Baptist
Church For The Baptist
Sunday School
Pupils
The teachers and pupils of the Bap
tist Sunday school had a unique Christ
mas entertainment Monday night
An attractive play house was filled
with good things for the little folks and
Santa Claus appeared on the scene and
gave all present a nice gift
A program ol recitations was enjoyed
and Christmas mirth was on in full
blastRev
Rev Farmer and Wm Perkins took
a prominent part in making the good
time for all The Baptist Sunday School
I is the largest attended in the county
nice of Sample are visiting In this
cityMrs
Mrs C W Hamman and children
Mary Christiana and Charlie Lee and
her mother Mrs Gibson went to Holt
Tuesday
Junes Younger and mother Mrs
Lucy Younger and daughter Eudora
visited Mr and Mrs C M McGlothlan
at West Point during the holidays
George Wendelken and Charles
Tatum of McComb Miss are here as
guests at the home of Mr and Mrs
Henry Wendelken on Third Street
Mr Clarence Robertson and family
who have been in Walter Okla for
the past six years returned to their
home in Bewleyville last week to stay
Mr J D Sampley of Bethany III
who has been spending n few days with
his sister Mrs Henry Tate left today
to visit his brother and other relatives
The children of the Presbyterian Sun
day school will be entertained from 2
until 4 oclock Thursday afternoon to
a Reindeer Party at the Presbyterian
church
J S Love representing the Nation
al Life and Accident Insurance Com
pany of Nashville Tepn was here
Tuesday His headquarters are at Irv
ington
Our old friend Chintz Royalty was a
passenger on the train last Wednesday
enroute to fee his family at Louisville
He is now at Clay in the Rent Estate
business doinj well
Mrs C M Beardsley of Louisville
LouisvilleI I
and brother J A Head teacher in the
Irvington College are spending the
holidays with their parents Mr and
Mrs W N Head at Ownnsboro
Mr and Mrs Walter May and chil
drenElizabeth Wheat and Walter May
Jr of Detroit and David May of
Owensboro are spending the holidays
at the home of their parents Mr and
Mrs Chas May
Rev Farmer pastor of the Baptist
church was presented Christmas with
a handsome watch given to him by
friends of this city Edward Morrison
and Frank Storms were the solictors
for the gift and it was a token of deep
friendship for the minister
PARIS LOSES EXQUISITE
Andre Fouqulcres to Decorate Court of
Kapurthala
Paris it is said is to lose one of her
chief ornaments The modern Beau
Brummel of France the most exqui
site of tjveutleth century dandies the
spoiled arbiter of the Paris drawing
room and tlie country house Is about
to leave the scenes of his triumphs M
Andre Fouquleres to whom this inade
quate description npplles has suc
cumbed to the blandishments of the
mnhnraja of Knpurtlmla
Not long ago tho maharaja robbed
Europe of one of her most beautiful
daughters in tho person of a Spanish
dancer whom he placed high among
his wives And now he is going to
take awny one who in Inventing eo
centrlcltles of dress and above nil In
the management of n cotillion defied
competition The maharaja has said
to him so rumor has it
You have nothing more to do In this
Parisian rabble of society that has lost
nil respect for hierarchy and for dell
cacles of tone You nre much too dls
tlngulshed and refined for France aud
I ask you to come with mo to preside
over and organize tho fetes that will
bo given at tho marriage of my laugh
ter And the invitation has been accepted
Wanted to Know
Have you ever read any of my hus
bands poetry
Yes I have bad thatoryes
maamWhat
What do you think of it
Madam are you looking for a com
pliment for your husbands verses or
for sympathy for yourself Houston
Post
Different Now
Beforo wo were married sighed
tho fond wife you used to call me
up by long distqnco telephone Just as
you used to say to hear my voice
Well retorted tho rebellious hus
band nowadays you wont let mo get
far enough from you to use tho long
distance London Telegraph
Patience safe ttudl power to
do arc oniy acquired by work Hoi
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GOING TO MARKET
The Laugh Cure and the Sporty
Amusement Fund
FONDNESS FOR DRESS UPHELD
A Clergyman Who Has the Temerity
to AdvIse Men to Marry Girls Whose
Gowns Are Modeled After the Latest
Fashions Claude Lorraine Mirrors
Dear ElsaSuch n funny thing hap
pened while I was marketing this
morning A very attractive looking
fish shop has recently located around
the corner from us which I patronized
for the first time today The man who
waited on me was a foreigner of some
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unknown nationality and when 1
naked for a quart of oysters ho was
plainly puzzled but when he picked
up a InrRC paper bag time tables were
turned and It was I who was the most
puzzled We looked at one another
for a moment and then I gently said
It was oysters I asked for
Yes I know he stammered but
nre you sure they are sold by the
quart
He screwed up his fnco and then
very uncertainly picked up a wooden
quart measure such as those used for
measuring apples and things and threw
in a couple of oysters In their shells
It suddenly dawned on me that ho was
going to give me a dry quart of oys
THE dLOlUtflKD BEAK TOT
tern In the shells and just as ho was
about to place them In the stout pa
per bag I Interrupted the proceedings
by saying Never mind and tied
precipitously that I might have a
chance to laugh without offending the
poor man
Tho Laugh Cure
This story Is one I will tell as my
contribution to tho half hour laugh
euro which we have Instituted as a
regular thing each evening after din
ner It is flue for tho digestion anti an
all round good thing Wo nil take n
turn at producing for tho occasion
something which will create laughter
To make the effort worth while and to
introduce a sporty element into the
game we have an amusement fund
and the one voted to give the most
amusing story has the privilege of se
lecting the entertainment for which
the amusement fund shall next be ex
pended Tho story can bo cither read
or told or a series of funny pictures
may furnish the fun or some one may
make n grotesque face and set us all
Into a fit of giggles Perhaps this
sounds very silly but in reality it is
part of the plan to relax entirely from
dignity and restraint
About a glowing fire tho trio as
Dick calls Dorothy Margaret and me 1
were sitting drinking tea tho other
afternoon and eating tho most delicious
new tea dainty n concoction of Mar
garets Before getting down to the
gist of the story let me say that this
same dainty was nothing more than a 1
small round rather thick biscuit plen
tifully sprinkled with cream cheese In
the center of which alluringly reposed
a maraschino cherry but it was flue
Suddenly one of us mado a remark
about a certain pretty woman being
so fond of dress
And why shouldnt she bet spoke
up Dorothy It surely is one of the
special and important duties of a wom
an to be fond of dress and to exercise
all her faculties to make that fondness
obvious
And I supporting tho cause made
my little speech to the effect that a
New York clergyman arrived in a talk
from tho pulpit recently at a sensible
conclusion about womans dress He
hud the courage of his conviction and
denounced the dowd and ho had the i
temerity to advise men to choose as
wives those girls whoso gowns are
modeled after tho latest fashion and
hats of the newest shapes Just think
of such indorsement for the freak hats
of the season
Now according to my mind this Is
common sense It helps refute the old
theory that if a woman takes an In
terest in dress she is u frivolous brain
less idiot As n matter of fact a new i
hat a gown In which she feels she
looks well has a perfect tonic effect on i
a woman and no less on tho people
with whom she comes In contact Take
what is called a fashion plato Into <
an assemblage of badly gowned wom
en and watch tho effect They may
disapprove but they will feel their in
feriority They may bo younger in
years But they instantly feel older in
spirit They realize that they have
missed something that can only bo
imparted by the knowledge that one Is
good to look upon and though a worn
an may bo plain and past her first t
youth she may feel assured that sho
ts this if her clothes arc up to date
The clergyman goes the length of
pointing out that the woman who likes
to bo in the latest fashion is not
likely to bo a dull housewife or n so
cial failure while her opposite is like
ly to have a dreary mind and manner
and bo narrow in her views
Well we broke up the tea fight by
concluding that we didtVt want to be
lavish imitations of each other sar
tonally but unless we kept up with
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FOR SALE Farm 220 acres In 2 miles of
1 Mook 11 acres In timber While Oak
ElmClwHtnut Oakn
Chestnut Hfech Back Gum Maple sup
posed to bo 3000 trees Will sell both farm
and timber or wM soil timber alone This
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time dress procession we would go off
Immensely
ImmenselyClaude
Claude Lorraine Mirror
I havo had a beautiful time lately
poking about among the antique shops
and hnve picked up n charming Claude
Lorraine mirror These glasses you
know are so named from the supposed
likeness to the pictures of the famous
painter A Claude mirror is a black
ened convex glass which shows tho
effect of a scene reproduced In n some
what exaggerated perspective Lor
mine was a painter of landscapes Just
ly I celebrated for his Renderings of
light effects of sunlight and shadow
This kind of mirror Is therefore call
ed a Claude glass and Is diligently
sought after nowada s
In my Joiirneylngs I also picked up
some pottery jars that resemble spec
incus of Pueblo works of art nnd as
I learned that they were intended for
bean pots a sort of glorified variety nn
it were I am going to present two of
them to as ninny Boston frlcflds for
Chrlstmns gifts
Dont expect to hear from mo until
after the holidays for Ill be Just rush
ed to death up to tho last moment
Yours as ever MABEL
Heres ar Clever Apron
One may always learn something
new of the thrifty housekeeper Tho
latest originality along this line is tho
kitchen apron contrived from tho tall
of a shirt A clever little woman who
likes to put every penny she can save
from necessaries Into pretty clothes
and attractive furnishings for her
homo gets all her around tho house
aprons as well as pinafores for tho
children from her husbands outworn
shirts The collar and bosom of a
mans shirt wear out long before tho
lower portion nnd tho back breadth
hemmed as it is already around part
of the sides nnd the bottom makes a
very good apron The top comes Just
above the bust line and from there
straps made from the shirt sleeves
pass over the shoulder and button
back of the neck Tho sides are round
ed out to fit smoothly under the arm
and short straps attached at tho waist
line button lu the back Such an
apron may be made in half an hour
buttonholes and nil
How to Curl Feathers
Before curling feathers that have
been laid away they should be buns
in the sun and air for hours The next
step IJ > to stroke the fronds tho wrong
way thnt is from tho tip to tho quill
This will make the feather Huffy
To curl take the plume in the left
hand and hold it over steam Begin
at the tip and stroke with a blunt
knife I taking about half a dozen
fronds at a time The curl will form
underneath When both sides of the
feather are done curl a few of the
upper fronds in an opposite direction
that is so that tho curl will fall over
tho quill
quillCourse
Course For Luncheon
As first course for luncheon or din
ner cut rounds of tho fruit ncross the
pineapple leaving on the rind Each
Is on inch thick Put n round on a
dessert plate remove tough heart fill
space with powdered sugar and cut
into equal sections but allow the
piece to remain round
Each small section is dipped in tho
sugar and eaten with the fingers See
that the fruit IB thornpMv ohiii rl
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SCOTCH COLLIES
A registered Scotch Collie pupple mokes an acceptable Christmas pretent
a great companion for children and will dc one mans work on the farm
We sup pup and you pay for same ou arrival and when you are satisfied
PLANTERS HALL KENNELS Glendeane Ky <
Something New In Furs
If you have any tall trimmings on
your furs cut them off for they offend
Mine In Mode exceedingly this whi
ter and shell have nothing whatever
to do with them In their place should
bo substituted handsome silk tassels
long and of goodly proportions In
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TUBEE PIECE SET OF PERSIAN TAW
fact all kinds of passementerie orna
ments on furs are quite the latest
trimmings
The smart set of Perslnu paw seen
In tho cut is so adorned and the orna
ments add much beauty to the graceful
scarf The calm mold hat is of the
Persian paw untrimmed save for n
tiny wreath under the brim of ribbon
rosebuds and leaves I
FRANCE HAS WAR CENSUS
Can Requisition All Aeroplanes Horses
and Automobiles
The French government has already
taken a census of all the horses and
automobiles lu I France so that it can
requisition their services in case of
war and it is now drawing up a In
to provide for a census of aeroplanes
HO that it will bo able to call upon nil
tho monoplanes and biplanes in the
country if need arises
New Sign of Danger
A zigzag arrow has been adopted in
Germany as a danger sign to bo dls
played on high tension electrical ap
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For The Boy
Away from
Home
Have your photograph
made for Christmas
Beautiful and
Artistic Work
I Brabandt Studio
Cloverport Ky
Will be in Irvington Ky Jan
uary 5 6 and 7
STEPHENS PORT
Rev Jarboe filled his appointment at
the M E church Sunday He will
move his family here net week
Hewitt Dix is spending his vacation
with his parents Mr and Mrs S H
Dx
DxCecil
Cecil Dix was in Irvington one day
I last week having some dental work 1
one
Mr and Mrs R A Smith nnd Miss
Lena Payne spent a few lays in Louis
ville last Week
News was recejved here Sunday of
the death of Fred Dieckman in Cnlifor
nin It was a sad Christmas indeed in
the Dieckman home Have not heard
the particulars at this writing about his
death or whether or not the remains
will be brought here for interment
Fred was a good boy loved by all who
knew him He leaves a wife and two
small children
Mrs Sallie Bennett is not able to be
up yet but we trust she will soon re
cover
Mr andMrs Chas Ilnmman of Clo
verport were guests of Mrs Sallie Ben
nett Sunday
Miss Abbie Whittinghill is spending
her vacation with her parents at Fords
villeDr
Dr and Mrs Nevitt and children
spent the day in Irvington Sunday
Cleveland Hamilton spent the holt
days with his parents Mr and Mrs R
D Hamilton
HamiltonIf
If the best is not too good for you
Lewisport Best flour is the flour you
ought to use
If the best is not too good for you
Lewisport BEST flour is the Hour you
ought to use
HEAR YE
Lets go to Bacons
L They advertise in 1
the NQVSDurtlte Fairleigt
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