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AND .EVERY NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS
Special Christmas Bargains Every Night in all Departments
DO YOUR SHOPPING AFTER SUPPER
Red Cross Stamps.
The Kentucky Anti-Tuberculoflis
League and the city Associated
Charities are to receive the profits on
all Red Cross stamps sold in the city.
The first named organization is to
have 15 per cent, of the profits and
jharity.organjzatiop 85,pe cent, v
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Of.3;524 Recruits foe th aismyin
KfhtUsky, who applied djijngSt' the
flast fiscal year, 'only '823' 'st"ooti tfie
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I TaorMLil '"Kc VVlafiSW yC. F. jfAJffiETT, Chairman f J
The beautiful Princess Obolenskf,
of St. Petersburg, has formed a
club of 30 "beauty danceiB" from' Chas. P. Jarrett, now traveling for
upper society, who have been sent in the Peaslee, Gaulbert Co., of Lou
smaller clubs of five to learn the' isville, is spending the week with his
beautiful dances of Austria, Hung
ary, Spain, Portugal, France and
England, under the best teachers,
and the Princess with her girls all
beck is fighting the tough modern
dances by showing society what real
dancing is. "Beauty Dance" clubs
will be organized all over Russia.
On a bill board on West Seventh
street, at the bridge, a beautiful pic
ture of the Visit of the Wise Me.n
has been posted. It is as'teautifql
picture and will repay any one to
take a waifc to e ,t.',,.HundresCOgee 0a
pave already .seen ana, aamirea ic. ;
Miss Evelyn Smith has returned
borne from Randolph-Macon Col
lege to spend the vacation. Miss
Ruth Fritz, who has been visiting
her, returned with her.
Robert Dabney, Edward Danforth
and Logan Green, of Kentucky Uni
versity, are home for the holidays
Oglesby Soyars, a senior atSwarfh
more College, is at home for the first
Mrs. Edward Curd, Jr., after a
visit to heVmother, Mrs, Anna Fair-
lelgh returped to her home in Mus-
Christmas in The Park!
Vs?$fce;lildi;en under 16 years of
ageism. U-CIUyweu iu mo lucimo-
.oWsWCbritfrnas eve and Chrnfc
Wr nig 'rgjnia Par by
Dr. Mac Reeves, of California, ia
,,Mrt.. A.L. Dade and children are
visuing reiuiivua nure.
MraabelTa Nfish, 6f Nashville,
H'NjsiUngrher mpthjsr. Mps.,iL. Nash.
Prof. J., W- Marion, Supt. of the
city schools, is in Georgia to spend
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Mr. and MrB. Hugh Wood and
child, of West Point, Ky., are in the
city visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hunter
Misa Betsy Ware, after a lengthy
visit in Texas, returned home Friday.
Grundy Milton moved from his
farm, about three miles northwest
of here, to Hopkinsville yesterday
where he expests to reside the next
year. Mrs. Fraud Hawkins return
ed to her home in Hopkinsville Mon
day after a vi3it to Trigg county rel
atives. Cadiz Record.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Cook, of
Cincinnati, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Howell. Mr. Cook is Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Cbaa. M. Meacham.
Jr., and little son, of Morganfield,
will arrive to-day to spend the holi
days, with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M.
Albert Brownell, of Russellville. is
visiting his mother, Mrs. H. G.
Brownell, at Bathel College.
T. H. Wilkina and family, of Days
ville, haye moved to the Elgin place,
near Hopkinsville, where they will
re3ide; Jas. B. Allenaworth.
I of Hopkinsville, waa here Wednes
day. E kton Times.
Mrs. James W. Yancey went to
Padudft yesterday to spend Christ
mas with her daughter, Mrs. James
Miss Emma Noe, who has been at
tending the Conservatory of Music
at Cincinnati, has returned home for
the Christmas holidays and may sing
for the little folks at the popular
hostelry tomorrow night.
W. H. Ward, formerly of the
Frankfort State Journal, now of
Marion, was in town yesterday.
A. D. R)dgers, of Henderson, was
in town yesterday.
License was issued Saturday for
the marriage of Miss Minnie May
Chapman and Mr. C. R. Stamper.
Yesterday license was issued to
Miss Maggie Gomer, of this city, and
Mr. iBom Reed, of Riddleton, Tenn.
Special Judge Layman has declar
ed void the election in the thirty
fifth Judicial District in whichjJ. M.
Robertson was contesting tbegbleo
tion of J. F. Butler. "
Mis3 Hallie Erminie Witty andZI
Mr. Aubrey J. Stewart will be mar-tried
tomorrow afternoon at the hqmeac
of the bride's parents, Cerulean-
The ceremony will be witnessed by as
few close relatives of the contract
ing parties. The bride will wear a
brown going-away gown, as imme
diately after the ceremony the couples
will take the 2:40 train for this placer
and then take the 5:32 L. & N. for 83
bridal trip south, returning ia a:
week or 10 days. When they re-
turn they will board for awhile witba
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T
Two lives were loBt and damage ex-
ceeding $1,250,000 done when firede-
stroyed the dockyard at Portsmouth,
England, late Saturday night.
Women hare more of what is tenaad
good sense than men. They canaet
reason -wrong, (or they do not rpasm
at all. They have , (ewer pretensloasv
are- less Implicated in theories, bbA
Judge o( objects more (rom their 1
mediate and involuntary Impressiem
on the mind, and therefore more trulj;
and naturally. Hazlltt.
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