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THE IRECfcENRIDGK NEWS. CLOVEK'PORT, KENTUCKY
MARCH 1, 1M1
In the County
Mrs. K. L. kohiuson and Mrs. Wal
ter Moorman ami daughter, of Glen
Dean, were the guests of relatives
Howard Hook returned from Bran
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Rhodes left Sat
urday for Lcitclifield, where they will
jnakc their future home.
Mrs. Win. Simmous and cjiildrcn,
Irvingtou, have returned after a visit
with her parents, Mr, and Mrs, N. II.
P. M. Ilashani who spent the week
end in Louisville has returned
Mrs B. J. Robinson, of Louisville is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. D.
Beard, and Mr. Beard.
Mike and Pat Mackcn and sisters,
of Cleron, Iowa, who were the guests
of their aunt. Mrs. Thomas' Ryan, left
Friday for Glen Dean, to visit rela
tives Lon Glasscock spent the week-end
Rev. R. N Huntsman and Mrs
Huntsman attended the funeral of
Mrs. Huntsman's brother, at Scotts
villc, Ky., last Tuesday have returned,
A T. Beard made a business trip
to Clovcrport, Tuesday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Narroway, of Coscy
ville, has returned home after a visic
with her nephew, Joe Harth, and Mrs.
Mrs. W. F. Hook, of Louisville, has
moved to the May property on West
Mrs. Sallic M. Beard and son Frank
lin Beard, have returned from Louis
ville. GALLEY NO 10
Mrs. C. C. Brock and children, of
Harncd, were the guests of her sister.
Mrs, David Penick, and Mr. Penick
Tuesday and Wednesday.
W. F. Hook left Sunday for Louis-1
Allan Gutheric is visiting his bro
ther, Robt. Gutherie, and Mrs. Guth
eric, of Fordsville
Rev. J. Odcndahl, of Glen Dean,
was here Friday.
Mrs. Nettie Phelps is visiting her
sister, Mrs. J. D. Becler, and Mr.
Beeler, of Kirk.
P. M. Beard who was in Louisville,
on business, the week-end has return
ed. Mrs. W. C. Moorman has returned
from a weeks- stay in Louisville
Joe Glasscock of McDanield, visited
his brother, Lon Glasscock, and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs. Homer Pile, of Mook.
have moved to their property on West
J. H. Gardner, who has been ill for
ten days is improving
Miss Edith Edith Davis a student
of the High school was the guest of
No cigarette has
the same delicious
flavor as Lucky
Lucky Strike is the
At Skillman, Kentucky
Thursday, Mar. 24
We will sell to the highest and best bidder, the follow
5 Marcs, 1 pair very fine.
1 Mare Colt, 2 years old.
1 pair Large Heavy Horses.
1 Pair Mules.
1 Finely-bred Saddle Horse, 4 years old,
Also, a large accumulation of Farming Utensils, Bin
ders, Mowing Machines, Wheat Drills Corn Planter,
Rakes, Wagons, Disks, Harrows, Plows, etc. and some,
Terms of Sale: All sums under Ten Dollars, cash.
Over that sum, 6 months credit with interest from
Notes with approved security must be executed on
day of sale.
Sale will begin at 10 o'clock A. M.
JARBOE & SKILLMAN
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of
Woodrow, the week-end,
Mrs. Harry Bell, of Guston, was
the guest of Mrs. A. D. Ashcraft.
Miss Eva Carrigan spent Sunday in
Guston, with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Bate Hcrndon have
returned home after spending the win
ter with their children.
Mrs. M. Green and her daughter,
Miss Helen Board, were in Louisville,
Mrs. Percy Henderson was in
Louisville, Friday on business,
Mrs. Sue Frymirc and family have
moved to Ekron.
The Missionary Society of the Bap
tist church meets with Mrs. Mary
Munford, Tuesday afternoon at ::i().
Mrs. Addic Brown and daughter,
Mary, arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Mrs. Junius Stith and son, Eugene,
are visiting her mother, Mrs. Hutch
ins, of Glasgow.
Miss Evelyn Bramlcttc has returned
home after an extended visit with her
sister, of Nashville.
Revcllc Williams spent the week
end in Louisville with his father.
Miss Mildred Brown is slowly im
proving. ' ... ,
Mr. Curb Trent and Mrs. Moyd
Fcmburg spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Cortland Trent.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Withers spent
several days with her mother, Mrs.
Mrs. Ira Thompson and Mrs. Ray
Thompson, of Guston, were guests of
Mrs. W. F. Godfrey, Monday.
Mr. Clcve Ross and family have
move,d to Irvington.
Rev. B. D. Loyd filled his regular
appointment at the Baptist church,
Mrs J. O. Chapin was in Louisville.
Monday. . ,
Mr. Alfred Hemdon is here visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bate
Miss Helen Board has returned to
Logan College after spending a few
days with her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gibbons are
renting a part of Mr. and Mrs. T. N.
McGlothlan's home. Mr Gibbons is
one of the supervisors of the Federal
Mrs. Bcttic Roberts is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Bennct, of Custer.
Wallace Ashcraft spent the week
end in Guston with his grandmother,
lrc Vnniiip Rnliertson.
Mrs. C. C. Carter was in Louis
ville, shopping, Monday.
Alton Marshall spent several days
in Bewleyvillc, last week.
Miss Katie Chitwood is here visit
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bandy were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elihu
How Big New York Grocery Firm
Keeps Down Rats.
Vroome & Co., Butter & Cheese
Merchants. New York City, says: "We
keep RAT-SNAP in our cellar all the
time. It keeps down rats. We buy it
bv the gross, would not be without it."
Farmers use RAT-SNAP because rats
pass up all food for RAT-SNAP.
Three sizes, a.'.c. Cic, $1.25. Sold and
guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co .
Cloverport. Ky., and B. F. Beard &
Co , Hardinsburg, Ky. Advertise
J. T. Surratt, who has been in West
Virginia, for several months has re
Will Davis, of McQuady, was in
Robert Weatherford was in Louis
ville, on business Tuesday and Wed
nesday. David Penick, of Hardinsburg.
spent Tuesday with Mr. and Airs. C.
KviTi'tt Snetiror and Carl Davis
were in Louisville, Friday and Satur
day. The latest additions to the Normal
are: Esther Manning, of Chenault;
Anna Givcns. of Constantine, and
Herschel AlcCoy, of Hamed.
Air and Airs. Allie Weatherford
and daughter, Virginia, of Cloverport.
spent a few days of last week with
relatives here. '
R. F. Mattingly, John Alexander
and Wilson Davis were in Louisville,
Charlie Ramsey, of Hudsonvillc,
spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs
Rev. Roe filled his regular appoint
ment at the Methodist church Sunda
His sermon Sunday night was the
first of a scries of sermons to the
young people and was especially good.
ViC Pile was in Louisville on busi
ness, last week.
Rev. Kellogg Smith and L. D. Tuck
er went to McCoy, Sunday to sec Mr.
Ticc McCoy, who is very ill
The Cumberland Presbyterian Mis
afternoon with Mrs. C. L. Bruingtou.
siouary Society will meet Thursday
Mr. and Mrs Steve Pulleu, of Mad
rid, arc visiting Mrs. Pullcn's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Gray.
Mrs. Carlton Atcr and baby, of
Lodiburg, came Sunday night to visit
her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Taylor
Miss Lydia Macy visited relatives
at Hardinsburg, Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCoy and
baby, of Hardinsburg, were guests of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byrn Mc
Coy, last week before leaving for Illi
nois, where they expect to reside.
Air. and Mrs. Clint Davis were in
Mr. and Mrs. Will Davis and three
children, Mrs. John Marshall and son,
of McQuady, were guests of Mrs.
Fannie Bruncr, Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Amos Wood and son,
and Mrs. Pies Wood were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Cladue Shumate, Thurs
day, the occassion being Mr. Shu
mate's birthday. .
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith and Mr.
Lawrence Wren, visited Mrs. Smith's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aleck May, of
Olaton, last week.
Steve Davis, of Woodrow, was here
Wednesday enroute to Guston, to vis
it his brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Asia Norton and lit
tle daughter, of Norton's Valley, were
guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs.
Jim Kennedy, last week.
Word has been received here by
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marr of the death
of their little granddaughter, who was
the ten year old daughter of Mr. and
Reasonable Prices Have
Come Back Again
Mrs. Rcdus Lyon, of Michigan, form
erly of this place.
Lon Gregory returned to Illinois.
Tuesday after a month's visit with his
brothers, Thomas and L. D. Gregory.
Raymaud Stansbcrry returned last
week from South Bend, Ind.
Miss Louise Moorman was the
guest Sunday of her cousin, little Ava
bcllc Frances Hcnningcr. It being her
Mr. "and Mrs. Shcllie Shumate and
baby, of Woodrow, were guests Sun
day of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V.
Milton Basham, of Louisville, was
the guest of Miss Willie Mac Deacon
Miss Delia Deacon, of Louisville, is
at home visiting her parents, Mr. and
Airs. D. E. Deacon, this week.
Mrs. W. B. Keys and son, Julian,
Eva Payne, Marda and Claude Parke,
Elva and Dillcn Payne were the din
ner guests of Miss Mildred and Eldcn
Parr, last Sunday.
Roscoc Deacon, of Frymirc was in
Lodiburg, last week..
Miss Willie Mac Deacon was the
week-end guest of her brother, Mr.
and Mrs. Roscoc. Deacon, of Frymirc
Miss Ada Pearl Payne was the din
ner guest of Miss Lucille Keys, last
Miss Magdalene Bassctt was the
week-end guest of Mrs. Alice Smith,
of Sugartrcc Run.
Thanks, Miss Tomer for sending in
Rock Me To Sleep, Mother, Rock Me
To Sleep. I will send in the answer.
Mrs. Effic Skillman and daughter,
Miss Georgia, of Mystic, visited Mrs.
Nannie Payne, last Saturday.
Mrs. Ellen Miller spent the week
end with her niece, Mrs. A. J. Dye,
Mrs. Delia Roberts, of Stephens
port, visited her sister, Mrs. Bud
Dowcll, of Clifton Mills, last week.
Mr. and Mr. Mercer Basham and
son Harrel Lee, visited Mrs. Basham's
parents, Mr. and Mrs M. P. Payne,
of Webster, last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. L. J. Perkins and wife, who
spent the winter in Louisville, have
returned to their home here.
H. S. English shipped a car load of
stock last week.
Misses Laura and Guffie Nelson
We can say this with full certainty now.
While we were clearing out our old goods, and
.manufacturers were clearing out their old goods to
us, it told little about what prices would be when
spick-span-new goods were to be marked.
But now THE NEW GOODS ARE COM
ING IN, and most of the other new goods have
been bought, and we know that PRICES ARE A
WAY DOWN and permanently down, on practi
cally everything you want to buy, and we are look
ing forward to a pleasant season of Spring selling;
because our customers will be much -happier in buy
ing when everything is really worth the price paid
for it again.
Gathering merchandise for our customers to
day requires extreme vigilance and fullest know
ledge of the lowering markets. We have been wide
awake and cautious and courageous by turns. Now
we are highly gratified with what he have accomp
lished, and each day we grow more eager for you
to see and realize what we have done in your ser
vice. Many of the new goods are here others are
coming in every day. Better in quality broader in
variety lower in price.
That is why the store is daily more interesting
and worth while to visit.
.N . '
and Miss Juanita Hickcrson spent
Sunday with Miss Kathcrinc Curric
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. English were
the dinner guests 'of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Meyers, Sunday.
Miss Fannie Eskridge was the Sun
day guest of Miss Ma rid Morgan.
Born to the wife of Mrs. J. P.
Morgan, a girl, Grace Louise, March
Born to the wife oft Mr, Alvis Bcl
lou, a boy, Earl Harding.
Dr. 0. E. Ferguson was in Louis
ville, part of last week.
vD, R. Pusey, of Bartlcs, was in
Airs. Eliza Board, of Clovcrport,
was in town, Saturday.
Freddie Dicckman, of Lodiburg, is
the guest' of his cousins, Clovis Mor
gan and Chester Dicckman.
Airs. Dan Wardrip and baby return
ed Friday from, a visit with relatives
at Sample and Mystic
Harold Hawkins, of Uniontown, is
the guest of his brother, Richard
Hawkins, and other relatives.
Airs. John AlcCoy was called to
Island, Ky., Friday on account of the
illness of her mother.
Alisscs Eva and Eliza Alay, of
Clovcrport, were Sunday guests of
Airs. W. J. Dicckman.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kcown, of
Clovcrport spent Sunday with Mr.
and Airs. Miller Rollins.
Aliss Kate Brumficld, of Sample,
was the week-end guest of Aliss Nan
nie Lee Bryant.
H. A BashaTn and daughters, Aliss
Ola and Blanche, were guests of rela
tives at Alystic, Sunday.
Air. and Airs. Herman Dicckman
and family were guests of relatives
here last week, before leaving for
Alomouth, III., where they will re
Allen Barbec, of Akron, Ohio, is the
guest of Ins father, N. G. Barbec.
Air. Cashman, of Louisville, was the
guest of his sons, W. C. Cashman
and A. B. Cashman, last 'week.
The little infant of Air. and Airs
Elza Alattingly was buried last Tues
day. Air, and Mrs. Jimmic Bowlds, of
AfcQuady, were guest of Mr. Chas.
"Where Courtsey Reigns"
S. W. ANDERSON CO.
Rev. Joseph Odcndahl went to Le-
banon, Monday" to attend Rev. Joseph
Hoghcrty's forty hours crvicc.
Unclcjimniic Spencer has been very
much indesposed for some time with
Mr. and Airs, Edward Tucker and
little grand-daughter, Louise Noblctt,
vutcd her daughter, Mrs. Dempster
Kipcr, who was quite ill last Sunday.
Mrs. Amanda Rhodes, of Grayson
county, came last week to be the guest -of
Air. Will Rhodes and family until
, Air. Harry Storms was on the sick
list last week.
Airs. Louis tMay and daughter,
Frances, of Louisville, have been visit
ing her mother, Airs. Alargaret Can
non, als6 her sister, Airs. Anna
Bowlds, and attended church at St.
Anthony's, Axtcl. last Sunday.
Friends of Air. Ticc AlcCoy, of Alc
Coy, arc very sorry to hear of his
serious illness. He was taken very
suddenly and serious, last week and
we understand his doctor says today
there is no chance for his recovery.
Little Alaydalcnc Critchclow, of
Rod, is spending this week with her
aunt, Airs. Gordon Rhodes.
The cooing of the plaintive dove
and the voice of the dismal frog; to
gether with the pleasant sunshine and
bursting buds in and around Yellow
Lake arc making the small boy hunt
up his bait and fishing tackle.
MILD WINTER AND
MORE FEED MAKE MORE
POUNDS AT LESS COST.
The commercial cattle situation is
encouraging. The mild winter and a
bundancc of feed have enabled the
making of more pounds at less cost.
Recently feeding cattle prices advanc
ed considerably. Taking a general sur
vey of the country there is a market
shortage. Arizona is the only state
that has more cattle than a year ago.
That is on account of the fact that
rangemen there contracted last year's
crop to men, many of whom were un
able to complete the deals. Some of
the most important steer feeding
counties in Kansas and many other
sections are far short of normal sup
plies. The North-western range coun
try is extremely short on cattle. This
condition ought to make a fine de
mand for Shorthorn bulls and will, as
soon as bankers take their thumbs
off the screws. Shorthorn World.