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We will nell til our Summer MrohndtN at a
MM rifiwv Muat make room for Fail Qootf
WmZw white linen Dresses
utmost all sizes: regular $1.75
qa Percale Bungalow
vUu Aprons in light and
JQn Men's Kalhriggan I n
fOG lon Sviii; sleeveless
and knee length; regular ROc
Per Imll. Sansilk in all
10a ' ""' '"rt'''v Dress
jC (ringham in stripes
slid check: several patterns
It select from.
IA. Ladies' Fiber Stlkr
fOG Hose in fancy figured
designs, black, white, cham
pagne and blue: regular 75c
Other Meichandise at equally low prices, too numerous to
Diention. Call and see our bargains in all summer merchandise
GOLDEN RULE STORE
DR.. W. B. TAYLOR
Office Hours: iSMfcV
A I wnys In office durum
ENOS SPENCER. Pre.
CHAS. G. HARRIS, Vice.Praa,
R. H. UNDREY. Sec ,.
A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OF LEARNING
821 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Portoffice LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Students
secure Practical, Paying ResuLts. Catalogue sent upon request.
OLD AGE STARTS
WITH YOUR KIDNEYS
Selene Mrs that old age begins with
Weakened k.dneys and digestive organs.
Thla beinij true, it is eay to believe
that by keeping the kidneys and di
gestive ort?an cleansed and in proper
working order old age can be deterred
and life prolonged far beyond that en
Joyed by the average person.
Por over 200 years GOLD MEDAL.
Haarlem Oil has bean relieving the
weaknesses ind disability due to ad
yancing years. It is a standard old
time home remedy and needs no Intro
duction. UOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil is
inclosed in odorlo :s. t isteless capaillai
containing xbout i drops each. Take
them as you would a pill, with a small
swallnw of water. The oil stimulates
the kidney action and enables the
organs to throw off the poisons which
cause premature old age. New life and
strength increase as you continue the
treatment. When completely restored
continue taking a capsule or two each
day. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap
sules will keep sou in health and vigor
and prevent a return of the disease.
Do not wait until old age or disease
have settled down for good. Go to your
druggist and get a box of GOLD
MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money
refunded if they do not help you. Three
sizes. But remember to ask for the
original imported GOLD MEDAL brand.
In sealed packages.
Mr and Mrs Oeorgf Cnkrr have
returned to Cincinnati after a visit
with Mr and Mm. M. D Reard.
Caul I ompton and family, of Louis
ville, aie visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. P: Coniplon, and hrother.
R R Compton and Mra. Comptpn.
Miss Louise Rerry has Rone to
Rowling (irrrn to he the guest of
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Margaret May has returned
home after a visit to her daughter.
Mrs. S A Pate and Mr Pate at their
home in Kdenvold, Tenn
Mr and Mrs. Griffith. Mr. Ecker
tnann and daughter, of F.Wron, ()..
who were the week guests of Lee
Walls and family have returned
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Houston, of
Louisville, were guests of Rev. I It
English and Mrs English the mid
week I). C. Heron, of Louisville was
Mrs. James Pate and children, of
Garfield, are the guests of her sister,
Mrs L. Jarhoe and Mr. Jarhoe, Mrs.
F. K Rhodes and Mr. Rhodes.
Mr and Mrs Frank DeHaven. Mr.
and Mrs. P. Morris Beard. Mr. and
Mrs. Orval Frank, after a week's visit
in Lexington and other points, have
Mathias Miller after a visit with his
sister, Mrs. S. J. Baker, of Pates
ville. has returned home.
J. H. Gardner has returned from
Louisville after several days there on
Miss Mildred Murray, of Washing
ton, D. C, is the guest of Miss Paul
Miss Dorothy Herzog. of Hawes
villc. has returned home after a visit
with Misses Bess and Ann Vaughn
Rohert Moorman, of Glen Dean,
was here Saturday.
Mrs. John Zinimermann. of Col
umhtis. O.. is the guest of relatives
Mis Rosa Lou Ditto, of Irvington,
spent Thursday with her hrother.
Miss Nellie Jones, 'of Greenville, is
the guest of Mrs. L. D. Jones and
mother. Mrs. Belle Burnside.
Miss Leah Dejarnett after a visit
with her brother. Huheft Dejarnett
and Mrs Dejarnett left Saturday for
Misses Irene and Thelnia Smith, of
Ekron, who were the guests of rel
atives the week-end have returned
and Mr Rhodes
James and Philip Watlington arid
litter. Miss Bess, were the Sunday
guests of friends in Irvington.
Miss Mary Crane, of Irvington, is
the guest of Miss Marcetla Rrown.
Misses Martha and Isabel Gardner
will entertain the Magazine Club, Fri
day. Aug I.V 1
Mr and Mrs. H. J. Rhodes spent
Sunday and Monday in Louisville.
Following Hi Honor.
"What's your occupation, my man?"
"I'm a cab driver, yer honor."
"You mean you are the driver of
the horses attached thereto?"
"You are charged with hitting this
man in the face. Did you do it?"
"No. yer honor."
"What did you do then?"
"I busted him on the nasal organ
auached thereto." Boston Transcript
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" p dhtr a sf vm roiir-wnewi nrive rrucic wnich we nntigtu
a rtVmnnM rotor; it is suitable for road contra tor-, sand and
gravel hauling, logging, lumber business, tobacco hauling, or
an? work where heavy hauling and ld road prevail. We
will sell this new truck at less than factory coat, aa we are giving-
up the agency. Addreaa,
COLUMBIA MOTOR TRUCK CO.
119 S. Seventh St. Louisville, Kv.
Don't make amy butter for sale if
the children have to go without whole
milVc to drink.
or mice, after you use RAT-SNAP. It's a sure
rodent killer. Try a I'kg. and prove it. Rats
killed with RAT-SNAP leave no smell, fats
or dogs won't touch it. Guaranteed.
16c. size (1 cake) enough for Pantry Kit
chen or Cellar.
50c. size (2 takes) for chicken House,
coops, or small buildings.
$1.00 size (6 cakes) enough for all farm
and out-huildings, storage buildings, or fac
Sold and tluarantecd by E. A. Hardesty,
Stephensport ; Conrad Payne & Co., Clover
port; and B. F. Beard, Hardinsbnrg.
If you want to buy or sell anything try our cheap column.
ii - niiiirr
C I o J
18 cents a package
Cmmmt in mold mvmrywher m
BCfnttAcmity eId pack ies of 20
Oigmrvttmm, or tmn packages (200
cigarttn) in m glmmatnm papmr -covmrmd
carton IV atrongly rmc
otrtmrnd thim carton far th hamm
or oHico suppy or whmn you tra wt.
They Win You On Quality!
Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great
because their refreshing flavor and fragrance
and mellowness is so enticingly different. You
never tasted such a cigarette ! Bite is elimi
nated and there is a cheerful absence of any
unpleasant cigaretty after-taste or any un
pleasant cigaretty odor !
Camels are made of an expert blend of choice
Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are
smooth and mild, but have that desirable full
body and certainly hand out satisfaction in
generous measure. You will prefer this Camel
blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight!
Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then
compare them with any cigarette in
the world at any price for quality,
flavor, satisfaction. No matter
how liberally you smoke
Camels they will not tire
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winaton-Salem, N. C
Mr. and Mrs. C. W Hawes and
children, are visiting Mr and Mrs.
i Harold Traitbe. in Chicago
I Mrs. J. C. Younger, of Louisville,1
spent Friday with Mrs. R. B. Mc
Glothlan. I Mrs. J. K. Bramlette has received
word of the arrival of a girl at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Fullen-
wider, July '9th.. Appleton. Wis.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Aldridge and
children, of Mattoon, 111., are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Saden water. j
I Other King has received his dis
charge and is with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs James King
i Misses Virginia and Louise Witt,
of Louisville, are visitors of Misses
i Ruth and Marion Gross.
1 Mr. and Mrs. George Livers, of I
Dallas, Tex., are guests of relatives
Mrs. Percy Henderson entertained
at 5(0 Monday afternoon. Three
Major L B. Moremen. Jefferson
Barracks,' Mo., is spending several
days with his family.
Messrs Roland and Harry Smith,
of Louisville, spent the week-end with
Mrs. Baxter and daughter. Miss
Klizabeth Baxter, left Sunday for
Lebanon, on account of the illness
of Mrs. Baxter's sister.
An all day meeting of the Farmers
Insurance Co., was held at the school
j building last Friday. A profitable day
was spent. Dinner was served by the
I Miss Ruth Henninger has returned
from Ovvensboro, where she visited
Miss Mary Smith.
Mrs. R. N. Miller, Indianapolis, and
Mrs. Sue Jolly, Chicago, are the
'guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pig-gott.
Miss Virginia Head spent several
day of last week with Miss Laura
Mell Stith, Bewleyville
Mrs. Dell Lashbrook, Owensboro,
is the guest of Mrs. Nora Board.
Ed Howe. Louisville spent Friday
night with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite.
A large number from here attended
the dance at the home of Miss Cath
enine Cox. Friday evening.
Mrs. Harry Major and Miss Cath
erine Major returned to their home
in Aron- 0- Saturday. They were
accompanied to Louisville by Mr. and
Mrs, Bate Washington.
Mesdames Essie Bandy and Adk
ison and Spafford Payne left Tues
day to attend Presbytery at Eveleigh.
Misses Evelyn and Pauline Wag
goner gave a tacky party last Mon
day evening complimentary to Miss
Mary Glenn Waller, Hopkingville,
Miss Catherine Major, Akron, O., and
John T. Berry, Nashville, Tenn., a-
bout thirty younsters were present.
Miss Pauline Waggoner and Mr. Ray
Alexander were considered the tack
iest ones. The yard was beautifully
lighted with Japenese lanterns. Lem
onade and cakes were served.
Miss Evelyn King wilt entertain at
a dance this evening in honor of her
brother, Other King, who has just
returned from overseas.
Irvington baseball team crossed
bats with Brandenburg, Sunday after
noon 8-6 favor of Brandenburg. They
also played McQuady 5-4 in Irving
Miss Margaret Monarch, Hardins
bnrg spent the week-end with Miss
Miss Alice Waggoner, Hites Run,
is spending this week with Mrs.
Mrs. Adie Brown and Miss Mary
Brown left Monday for St. Louis,
where they will spend ten days.
Dr. W B Taylor, Mrs. Taylor,
Misses Mabel and Nelle Adkins mot
ored to Hodgenville, Sunday.
Lewisport baseball team will play
HUGHES' CHILL TONIC
Buttsr Than Calamd and Qulnlna.
(Contain no Artonle.)
Th. Old RallibU.
Excellent General Tonic
Aa well aa for Chills and Fovars, Malarial Favara, Swamp Favars and
Bilious Favara. luat what you naad at thla saaaon.
MILD LAXATIVE, NERVOUS SEDATIVE, SPLENDID TONIC.
TRY IT Don't Taka Any Substitute 30c and 9 1 00 Bottlaa
Prepared by ROBINSON PUT TET CO . Louisville. Ky.
GOOD FARM FOR SALE
FOR SALE 119 acien land two milew Southwest of
Stephensport, one-half mile from Tucker's school
house, two milt's from Hardinsburp; pike: 80 acres
level and rolling, can use tractor or mowinsr machine
19 acres pood beech timoer, 20 acres to clear, no rocks
and will make fine tobacco land Improvements, 3
room dwelling, hen house, meat house, stock and to
bacco barn. Price $1,700. Very cheap
THOS. OLDHAM, Stephensport, Ky.
J. C. PENNY COMPANY
7 Cumulative Preferred Stock
Company 0pHatefl the largest chain of depart awn I at ores of its kind in
the world, maintaining 107 stores, extending into twenty-five state.
PRICE 98 AND ACCRUED DIVIDEND TO YIELD 7',.
Special Circular On Request
JAMES C. WILLSON & CO.
210 S. FIFTH STREET
Cloverport City Property
"Rat-Snap Beats the Beat Trap Ever
Made," Mra. Emily Shaw Says
"My husband bought $.' trap. I
bought a Ma box of RAT-SNAP The
trap only caught 3 rats but KAT
SNAP killed 12 in a week. I'm never
without RAT-SNAP. Reckon 1 could
not raiae chicks without it" RAT
SNAP comes in cakes. Three sizes,
25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by
E. A. Hardesty, Stephensport; Con
rad Payne & Co.. Cloverport, B,. F.
1. Good five-room house with ball, on Second and Murray
streets; has nice shady yard; house in good condition.
2. Splendid seven-room house adjoining the preceding one on
Second stieet; also in good condition with nice shadv yard.
8 - Excellent two-story residence in good condition on Third
Cross street, below Main.
4. Nice two-story residence within one square of Ice Plant on
road leading to shops.
5. Four-rocm cottage just across from Schoolhouse on the
6. Six-room house, with three acres of ground and small or
chard, within one square of Schoolhouse on Hill.
7. Six room house with three Jots located near citv limits on
8: Four-room house with three lots on Fourth street, just
across from Schoolhouse.
Further particulars in regard to description and prices will be
furnished upon request.
J. D. SEATON Real Estate Dealer
CLOVERPORT, KY. Cumb. Phone 29 J.
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