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Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
We're told, but a good portrait of
the absent one will keep the ref
lection rnore vividand comfort
many a lonely hour of separation.
We make a specialty of portrai
ture and my studio is exceptionally
equipped for fine portrait work.
Will be at Hardinsburg February 10, 11,12, 1913
Miss Emma Lou Moorman, of Glen
Dean, ha.s returned home after a visit
to Mrs. R. A. Crider.
Ernest Hardaway, who represents
the Standard Oil Co., was in our town
Messrs. Wilbur and Harold Parks,
who have been on the sick list, are able
to be out.
We are sorry to learn of the illness
of Mrs. J. R. Wimp, who is visiting her
sons in California.
Mrs. Con Bland has returned to Car
lisle. Ind., after a month's stay with
her parents, Mt. and Mrs. M. Lockard
Postoffice Inspector W. A. Cueman
visited our town Wednesday and re
ports the postoffice to be in excellent
order, which speaks well for our post
master and his assistant.
Miss Viola Lewis is home from Lou
Hollie Neafui leaves for Nashville
Mr. and Mrs. Medford Howard, of
Louisville, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. A. D. Pulliam.
Ed Morrison returned from Louisville
Mrs. C. L. Board entertained her
Sundaj -School class with a candy pull
ing Saturday afternoon.
Miss Elizabeth Hook, who has been
very ill, was abls to rebume her studies
The Young People's Christian Society
was entertained Fridav evening by Miss
Ellen Mumford. After the business
session, pleasant games were indulged
in and later followed by delightful re
freshments. We are glad to learn of the conva
lescence of Mrs. Geo. Oiler.
Mrs. C. L. Chamberlain's Sewing
Circle met with her Saturday afternoon.
The little folks are learning rapidly,
and are always delighted with the
dainties she serves.
Harry Conniff and P. D. Galloway
spent Monday in the city.
Hubert Lyons is home for a few days.
We are always glad to welcome him in
J. T. Atkins, of Patesville, is here
visiting his sons, A.. D. and E A. At
kins. Miss May Watlington has gone to
Hardinsburg to sj.end the week end
with her parents.
Miss Eliza Piggott, who is attending
school in Louisville, came home to
spend Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Lula Severs was in town Satur
day. Her music pupils were delightea
to have her with them again.
Miss Lottie Bandy has accepted a po
sition with the First State Bank.
CASE AFTER CASE
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The day of harsh physics is gone
People want uiilil, easy laxatives.
Doau's Regulets have satisfied thous
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Scores of Clovcrport people can tell
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a happy citizen makes a public state
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L. V. Chapin, Cloverport, Ky., says:
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with kidney trouble and seeing Doan's
Kidney Pills recommended, I went to
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Robt. Carman and wife were called
to Vine Grove Friday to be with her
sister, Miss Addie Vertrees, who was
quite ill. Miss Vertrees died Sunday
Hon. Chas. Blanford went to Lew
isport Monday for a few days' visit to
Mrs. Mel Bennett has returned home
after several weeks visit to her sister,
Mrs. Mose Eennett, of High Plains.
Bewleyville Public School, taught
by Henry Barr, closed Tuesday.
Roy and Edith Payne lost their Z
months old boy, Rob Roy, Friday, 24th.
The little treasure was buried' at Hill
Grove church Saturday
Mrs. Jno. Compton and Miss Betsey
Stith, we are glad to report, are bet
ter. Attorney Ray, of McDermott & Ray,
and Sterographer J. E Longstreet, of
Louisville, were at Col. Z T. Stith's
Saturday for the purpose of taking
Miss Ada Stith's deposition in damage
suit filed by Miss Celia Laven. of City
Plaintiff V. S., Louisville City Rail
way CO Defendant
Ike Carter and wife, of Custer, visit
ed Mrs Rosa Carter last week.
Eczema spreads rapidly; itching al
most drives you mad. For quick re
lief, Doan's Ointnieut is well recotn
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Farmers are busy delivering tobacco.
Miss Ida Mahr was in our town last
week calling on friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Payne, whohave
been confined to their room on account
of lagrlpne, are able to be out rtgain.
Mrs. S. M. Henninger spent a few
days in Louisville last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tucker were
guqsts of Mr. and Mrs. W. G, Payne
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Knott were guests
of Mastlan Basham and 'family Tues
day. Those who took the graduation ex
amination from this place Friday and
Saturday were Misses Holmes, May
Pile, Ada Gray, Nancy Bruingtun; Le
lan and Hobert Butler.
James Moorman spent Sunday with
his sister, Mrs. O. R. Payne.
Crof. Beauchamp has sold his farm
near here, to his sons, Don and Verner
Beauchamp, they will take possession
at once. Mr. Beauchamp will move lyi
miles east of Hardinsburg on the Bran
Miss Isabelle Moorman, who is at
tending school at Hardinsburg, spent
Saturday and Sunday with hep mother,
Mrs. E. V. Moorman.
Geo. Payne was in Hardinsburg Fri
day on business.
Homer Alexander was In Garfield
Saturday delivering tobacco.
Flora M., the little daughter of Mr,
und Mrs. Homer Alexander, was se
verely burned Saturday by falling into
a kettle of bolling.water. Dr. J. a.
Klnchelee was called at once.4and re
ports today that she was resting well.
Miss Nell Cnshman was In Hardins
burg Friday and Saturday,
Misses I'atie May and Lillian Tucker
spent Saturday and Sunday with their
aunt, Mrs. Jas, Knott,
Mr. Collard. of Kirk, was in our
Mrs. P. R. Payne was
burg last week having
Mrs. Stilwell is with her daughter,
Mrs. Mastlan Basliam, for a few days.
The Woman's Missionary Society
met with Mrs. W. -0. Butler last
Wednesday. There were many Inter
esting talks civen by the society. Let
every one attend these meetings each
Women love a clear, rosy complex
ion. Durdock Blood Bitters Is splendid
for purifying the blood, .clearing the
skin, restoring sound digestion. All
druggists sell it. Price, fl. 00. Advertisement.
Mrs. Minnie Downs, of Jeffersonville,
Ind., who has been visiting her brother,
Tab Simmons, of Webster, returned
home last Friday.
Mrs. William Vessels, of Rhodelia, Is
the guest of friends.ln Louisville.
Lonnie Keys and Miss Mattle Knott
were the guests of Miss Ruth Wagner,
of Union Star, last Sunday.
Julius Dutschke, of Holt, visited Mrs.
Ida Nottingham last Sunday.
Chas Barr, of Rhodelia, was in Ow
ensboro last week.
Austin O'Bryan, of Rhodelia, was the
guest of Ed Chrouso last Saturday and
Al Miller, of Cloverport, was the
guest of Chas. Macy last Saturday and
Chas. Utley, of Meade county, vis
ited D. E. Deacon last week.
Miss Fannie Swink', of Webster, was
the guest of friends at Mystic last Sat
urday nnd Sunday.
Jas Wadllngton and Marven Payne
were visiting Armstrong Wadllngton,
of Union Star, last Sunday.
John Biddle, of Frymire, was in Har
Earl Basham, of near Union Star,
sold his farm to Orval Morgan. Con
Henry N. Basham, of Curdsville, was
in this neighborhood last week doing
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Please do not send obituaries to
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kind of matter.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Miller left Mon
day for Louisville where they will-spend
the remainder of the winter with Mr.
and Mrs. F. L. Ferry.
Mr, and Mrs. John Diekman, of Mys
tic, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Lewis last week.
Gus Dutschke and family went to
Holt Sunday to visit his parents.
Little Sallie Bell is improving. -
Mr. and Mrs. Richard McAfee and
son, Gilbert, spent Sunday In Union
Star the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
The Eocial given Friday night by Mr.
and Mrs. E. H. Kissam in honor of
their guests, was very much enjoyed
by the large crowd present.
Mrs. Sallie Bennett is on the sick list.
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Thirteen took the examimtion here
Friday and Saturday for diplomas.
Andrew Crawford, Jr., left Monday
for Detroit, Mich., where he has a po
sition in a tobacco factory.
W. J. Schopp is moving back into his
store; having had to vacate on account
of high water.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Payne went to
Cloverport Sunday to see their son,
Gordon, and were the guests of Mr
and Mrs. A. C. McKaughan.
Andrew Crawford, ,Jr., entertained
John Crawford has returned to Miss
Emery French is in Hardinsburg this
Miss Nannie Hall, of Union Star, is
with her aunt, Mrs. R A. Smith. ,
Henry Shlvely has returned from
The many friends of Mrs. R. A.
Smith are glad to know she is improv
ing after a two weeks illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Godfrt-y Haswell and
daughter weie the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Fox Sunday.
Mrs. W. H. Dowell is with her son,
O W. Dowell, for a few days.
Missed Adelia and Mary Frymire, of
Chenault, and Mertis Severs, of Union
Star, were guests of Mrs. Kissam dur
ing graduation examination Friday and
E. A. Kissam left Tuesday for Lake
Village,. Ark., where he goes in the in
terest of the Cincinnati Cooperage Co.
Mrs. S. H. Dix is improving.
Yandell Sargent, of Owensboro, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Gard
ner. Dr. Moorman, of Yelvington, was
called again to the home of Mr. and
Mrs. O. W. Dowell to see their little
son, Clifford William, who is suffering
Everett Haycraft and sister, bessie,
of Mcfcuady, were the guests of Miss
Ruth Rhodes Sunday.
Miss Hallie Frank is the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Robert Henninger, this
Thomas and Roy Rhodes made a
flying trip to Hardinsburg Saturday.
Miss Verda Galloway, of Kingswood,
spent last week the guest of Miss Clara
Miss Florence Rhodes, Thos. Rnodes,
Miss Nettle Poole and Thos?' Robinson
are among the number who will leave
here Monday for Bowling Green. f
Guy Payne and sister, Mary, of Da
viess county, were guests of their uncle,
Charlie Bowlds, the past twp weeks.
Lon Glasscock went to McQuady
Sunday to be the guest of Miss Maggie
Miss Irene Mattingly is spending this
week with her sister, Mrs. Gus Mat
tingly, near Kirk.
The dance given by Ves Smith and
Floyd Hinton was well attended and
enjoyed by all.
Mr. Moorman, the tobacco man of
Leltchfield, was here last week.
Emmett Crenshaw, of Cloverport, is
visiting relatives here.
Ed Jackson, of Hudsonville, and Miss
Nellie Hinton, of Axtel, were married
several days ago.
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1913
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Finley Miller bought several crops of
tobacco In this vicinity last week at
very satisfactory prices.
D. J. Roberts went to Owensboro
last week on business.
We are to have a rural mail route to
open the first of March.
Prayer meeting at New Bethel everv
Sunday night Is being well attended.
I James Waggoner, of Hltes Run, was
the guest of Harry Seatoa Friday.
The New Bethel school closed Jqp.
24, after i very successful term taujgfit
by Miss Abbye Whlttinghill, of For
vllle. The pupils and patrons eojoij
quite a nice treat to candy aad a.
The patrons expressed themeelve
being well pleased with Miss Ahtyf
a teacher and would welcome her '
for another term. Mis Wi
left Hardinsburg oa the eyet
for her home at Fordsville.
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