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"J in owensboro last" week rdT several visited" "tUelr grand-paenfs, Mr. aiur.
-" V Fall Arrialsv v Our advance styles o( Now Fall merchandise" is now in out house. You will find us prepared to supply the wants of thosa wfcb want to buy early. . New Cloaks A splendid showing in nil the tending styles and fabric's. Uolh Dolmens Long' Clocks, and the Threo-quurtor length aro goSd A peep at these will' convence you that our styles and qualities 4 are right. B days Mr. Rominyc Smith is spending the week In Owcnsbofo attending the Fair. Mrs. O. W Gordon, at PrcntisV Sunday. Several Hartford people are at tending tho Fair at Owenshoro this week. , Rev, It. R. Puqun nsd wife visit Jed Mr. I. J. Honnlng, at Whites-' i vlllo, Sunday. Mr. Hcnntug is ! lAiiirnlnatttlr' ffnm n lttn1rtii 1fil VUllTIIIV'OVlMtj uiii it uiuii;il llllILf 'I Coat Suits Never before were wo prepared to, show, you a better line. Come in Poplins, .' Serges, Trlcotlnes, Taupe, Drowns, Navy and DIack are the leading shades. See our qualities and prices before niflk ing, purctain ; Ready-made Dresses The cdect style and materials for Fall are found in' ' our -Dresses. They come in Silks, Sorges, Trieotlnes, Poplins etc., , found In all the leading Fall shades. ,Txcellently tailored. Wool and Silk Dress Goods For those who do not care for ready to wear goods, we aro splendidly prepared to give you anything in piece -goods, in Silks, Woolens etc., with a wide range of colors, and trim mings. ' i ' Fall Millinery Our Hats are here. Call and seo them. Announcement of our FALL OPENING will FOLLOW LATEK. Seo us for these goods and remember that it pays to trade with a house that saves you money 'c ll lJr' ' li' 01 i-) I li'1 ' 3 VI AV A turned to i boro. their homo in Owens- Nature's Kopair Matonal lor tetmn , Mr and Mrg M Johnson of u. ach anil Liver Iroublo. Uisc o vermore spent tho week.end wm, 78890. Mrs. J. H. Williams, Hartford ' Mlsg. Mamle Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Van Hudd, of Ow ciiBboro, enmo up to attend the Mrs. Charlie Alvey, of Daviess Fair last week. Mrs. Van Hudd county was the guest of her sister, ' was formerly Miss Mario Hardwlck, Mrs. Lou Smith last week. i Misses Sallyo Harris and Mary Mr. and Sirs. Leslie Combs and , Ilcnn and Master Jamie IJean will Airs. Nola Stevens went to Owend-. leavo today for Akron, Ohio, where horo yesterday to attend the fair, they go to Join their parents who ' live In that city. Miss Dorcas Lyons has returned from Uodgcnsvlllo where sho has been visiting the family of -Mr.. OUIe Lyons. , , . U- ' I I II Mr. and Mrs. W. ,11. Gillespie and little son, James Carlisle, will leave Sunday, for Louisville to at tend the State Fair. Mrs., ylohn T, Smith, Misses Beatrice and Jesslo Marlow, of Fordsviilo and Miss Amble Mo.se ley, of Okla., were tho guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ford last week. Miss Bessie Morton Gillespie, head nurse of the Jewish Hosplt- al, Louisville, arrived in tho city, Messrs. Alvln and Bert Portr,' Monday evening to spend her an of Herrln, ., spent' last week with nual vacation with I her parents, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie and Porter, of McIIenry. . family. i I Miss Beulah Palmer has returned If you wero bred In Old Kentucky; to her home aT McIIenry, after get the Kentucky Thoroughbred bug spending a few days as tho guest of gles. We have them and want you Miss Elizabeth Davidson. to look them over The Farmer' j friend. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Chamber lain, of Owensboro have been visit-. Both Phones. lug Mrs. Chamberlain's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baird. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, Beaver Dam. Ky. County Agent, M. L. McCracken requests that every farmer In Ohio and Mrs. Ezro Ilowan and County who has In the past Eclectra Carson aro visiting bought his Acid Phosphate Fertlll- Mr. Tom Ellis and zcr through Mr. Browder, or who intends to use Acid Phlsphate this season, notify him, how much each ninnMwintsjUQucc, so that Car lots mny bo made up for the various sections and shipments made. Mr Miss tin families of Henry Hock, Butler county. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Taylor and family and Mr J. C. Berry, of Ow ensboro were h're last week as tho guests of Dr. E. W. Ford. j ' : - . . . i. Ifvou werobred In Old Ken- Prlvatc William Goebel Wilson tucky. get the Kentucky" fhorough who Is stationed at Camp Knox.1"' buggies. Wo have them and Ky., spent the week-end with Ill's w'"t yu t0 look the, ovcr- Tho parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson, farmers inenu. I Miss Ernestine Ralph, who has Both J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, Phones. Beaver Dam, Ky. been visiting friends and relatives j at Fordsviilo and Hawesvlllo for sorao time 'has returned home to enter school. New car load or Buggies just ar rived. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Beaver Dam, Ky. 4,0000000000000 LOCAL NEW8 AND O PERSONAL POINTS 0 oooooooooooo Messrs. Berry D. Walker, John Wheeler and Marlon Crowe left yesterday for Akron, Ohio. t j--. Mr. Harold Holbrooks has pur chased a new car. Miss Bessie Clark spent the week end with Miss Amelia Pirtle. Misses Artie and Bernice May. of Louisville hav? been ' visiting Mlas Marlissa Foster ahd 'other friends here. Mr. Hoyt Taylor will arrive the tenth to spend a few days with his wife here. Mrs. Jesso Fuqua, of Greenville, spent a few days herelast week with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Hoyt Taylor. Mrs. Will Pirtle, of Madisonvlllo is visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. Hamilton Render, of Beaver Dam, who has been attending school at Lexington has returned homo. Miss Gusslo Bennett, of Decatur, Ala., Is visiting friends and rela; tlves hero. ' Mrs. Rowan Holbrook and son Harold went to Owensb'oro tho first oVthls week. Mr. Blanton Ellis, who has been In Colorado for somo time has re turned homo. f r ' r Mr. Earl Shreovo, of St. Loul.s Is visiting his uncle, Mr Leslie Combs tur sevoral days. Mrs. J. C. Berry who has been visiting hero for some time return ed to her homo at Owensboro Sat urday. " Miss Rose Ethelyn Collins, and Edna Black spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Maddcrc, at McIIenry. Mr. Carl McKennoy and family, of Beaver Dam, visited his parents. Mr. and Sirs. J. O. McKennoy hero last weok. ' Mr. Bveretto . Burns aijd.' Jam.lly, of Owensboro, aro visiting Mr. and Mr. Sam McMurtry. r Miss Mary Mains, of McIIenry, spout tho week-end wlth Mlsso3 Winnie and Muriel Wilson.". Miss Racliel Black, of Owens- boro? who has been visiting,, , reja tfves here will return toiher home this week. v'Mr. and Mrs.' Elmer Porter, of Horrin, 111., aro visiting friends and rolatlves In this county for a fow days. MUs lnu Black, of Owensboro, spout last weok-ond with hor bis ter, Mrs. F. L. Lauterwassor. Messrs. John and Cokely Taylor, of Macco, spent tho weok-ond with I their sister, Mrs. Howard Kills. There wll bo an Ico Cream giv en at Goshen Saturday night for tho benefit of tho church. Uvory hoily Invited. Mrs. Hurry Hoover, of Central City, was (he guest of her mother, Mrs. B. 11. Collins last weok-ond. Miss Paulino Barnard, of Rob Roy who has been visiting relatives horo for several days has returned to hor homo. Mr. William Walker who has) TiMBEU WANTED J. V. Stlmp been spending a week or two with'son & COi of owensboro, went to his cousin. Mr. Walker Carter, of ouy your standlng timber, or will Dukohurst. has returned to his'uuy iog3 cut and put on railroads, homo at Lexington. 'wm pay il!gHest market price for same. For further information Sir. Thomas Barnard, who has" "a p'luJne or "writo position with Bond Brothers ut J. V. STIMPSON &. CO., Decatur. Ala., who has been -visit- -3-i-tf Owensboro, Ky. Ing friends here for a week has ro- ' turned to Alabama. Frank Paraon repairs watches. LOST Insurance collection book, bound In red, ten inches in I length and five incehs in width. Book of NatlonalLlfe and Accident Insurance Co.,' used New watches, Frank Pardon. HERE'S what you have been looking for a complete light plant. This 40 light "F" outfitis Fairbanks-Morse quality throinh out and comes all set up on oir: har.e. The low speed engine with lr.ll hearing dynamo assures long life less attention lower main tenance cost. Engine is the famous throttling governor "Z." Construction is e.vtremely simple workmanship and materials, the best possible. Push a button to s'.art and another to stop. When you buy this "F" plant you get a combined light and power service as engine will also run a washing machine, churn, cream separator, and other machines independent of the dynamo, either direct or through a line shaft. Let us prove why it is the onz practical plant you have been waiting for. ,w 40 LIGHT F F um 01 KCemphl - - ,,, li Indian HVlEdWCml JQ-rlTXfc ticn mmSmvBmti mmsrrmGSit3 F Plant """ -i. . TJ eT.O.O. apaltl) la5cr r ' pinnts Is olfnrvil us below G5LIhu 00 Lifjhts UU UghU fl 40Liht l-'OIMJSVILLK PLANING MILL CO MIWXV STTTTJ!!. . JS FonlMllle, Kentucky 3 B.3 JEaiHa S5S.T KEK mmurxniidKMUMLWLKwy.tfw,z'';mjiHfnt NEW GROCERY AND 1 itore, LOST In Beaver Dam or on roads from bVJ. ff. TlAn- Ttani'nr Hntii in TInrtfnnl n. nnlr nf .. -VtIVj fUUI VW hUVt nett. Return to J. c. Bennett at Ia'dles brown kid gloves, size six. once and receive reasonable reward Return to this offlce and receive 35-ltp. reward. TOBACO HAIL INSURANCE Inruvo your Tobacco in the TREATY UNDERWRITERS '. INSURANCE CO, strongest Insurance, Company s,onth of Ilason and Dixon Line. Insuring- Your Crops is Insuring Your Living. i Having recently purchased an entire NEW STOCK of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hardware, and general line of all kinds of Feed stuff, I will be glad to have you call at my new stand, on Main street, and look my stock over be fore buying elsewhere. Will also handle a complete line of the most popular Soft Drinks to be had, with or without a " kick," and my prices will sure please you. Call and see me and avoid the "High Cost of Living, A. D WHITE. f Mr. und Mrs. IIendor60n Mur- phreo wno navo been visiting tiioir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Hoi-! brooks for several days havo ro-j MUs May Mount, of Frankfort and Miss Mnrlnin Likens, of Wash ington, D. C, havo arrived horo to tho guobts of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ulack and other t rolatlves ' and friends for sovoral weeks. This company writes more Hail Tobacco Insurance than probably all other companies combined. All losses promptly adjusted and paid. W. H. PARK, Agent, Ciimb. Phono o w. H artford, Ky. "nrhe Place Where Your Dollar Buys Most. That little letter last week was a bill' squarely between tho eyes for old II. C. L. Hundreds of people have come in und said: ' Vinson, go it; we nre for you." But don't think for a moment that the old gentlemen, II. C. L., is down find out yet, Hacked by powerful inlluences, such as credit and delivery, and pat you on (he back and say, ".John we'lHu'commodate you." I Ie has so long fattened1 and feasted oil' the great masses of the common peo ple thai it will take a long pull, a strong pull, and all togethor to win. The volunteers are coming. II. 0. I., will light to the last ditch. J. T. VINSON & SON, Beaver Dam, Ky. am ;&; yarew.. 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