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IRVINGTON.
Miss Orn Hell Crockett has returned
to Hawesvlllc.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hrooks have re
turned from Equality, III.
Mrs. Wm. Lewis, who has been spend
ing some time in Cloverport with Mrs
Harry Morrison, has returned.
H. C. Krcbs was in Louisville last
week.
The mluistcrs of this place art mak
lag plans to hold a union meeting
at this place either in July or August
and continuing for three weeks. The
exact date has not been set The Rev.
Walt Holcomb, of Nashville, Tenn.,
will do the preaching.
Miss Katie Mussclnian, who has been
visiting Mrs. Jno. Musselman, has re
turned to Louisville.
Miss Annie Lee Uishoff, of Hardlns
burg, and Miss Fannie Lupton, of St.
Louis, Mo., were the week end guests
of Miss Bessie Foote at her country
homo near here.
Miss Lula Lockard, who has been ill
for the past ten days is improving.
Mrs. Julia Clarkson and daughter,
Mrs. H. H. Kemper, of Minot, N. D.,
will arrive the first of June fona visit to
Big Spring, after which they will be the
guests of friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hook and two
little daughters have returned home
after spending the week end with rela
tives at Union Star.
Miss Claire Jolly after being in Lou
isville for a few days as the guest of
Miss Laura Chambers, returned Friday.
Miss Irene Martin left for Owens
boro Saturday on account of ill health.
Miss Martin has charge of the Primary
Department in the Irvington College
and will return to take up her duties
as soon as she feels better.
Mrs. Chas. Drury and Miss Carrie D.
Frakes were in Louisville last week.
Mrs. Luther Wilson is spending this
week in Lewisport as the guest of her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Walker Brown.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hook are at home
after a brief visit to friends In Garfield
and Hardinsburg.
Mrs. A. D. Pulliam has returned from
Evansville.
Mrs. T. W. McGlothlan and daugh
ters.Misses Eva and Mabel McGlothlan,
have returned from Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hotel and little
baby came down from Louisville last
week to visit Mrs. E. F. Alexander.
Mrs. W.J. Piggott returned Saturday
from St Louis.
Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen.of Louisville,
is here.
Mr. and' Mrs. Chas. Charjin are ex
pected home this week from Louisville
where they visited Mr. and Mrs. D F.
Spradlin.
Miss Johnnie Mattingly came up la?t
Sunday from Owensboro and is visiting
her cousin, Miss Elizabeth Crider, be
fore returning to Glen Dean.
Mrs. Albert Marshall is vi.siting hrr'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Payne,
near Bewleyville.
Mr and Mrs. Holbrook, of Chicago,
ware guests of Mr. and Mrs, Chas.
Hawes last week.
Mrs. Kincheloe, of Madisonville, will
give a recital at tne Irvinton Colleae
on Friday evening, May IS, .under the
auspices of the Women's Home aid
Foreign Missionary Society of the
Methodist church of this city. Mrs.
Kincheloe comes highly recommended
as an entertainer and a women of per
sonal charm There will be some of
our local talent used. Every body is
invited to come and there will be a
small admission fee.
The Misses Matheney, of Cloverpoit,
were visitors of Miss Laura Hale and
Miss Litetia Chapin this week.
Mrs. Jas. Bolln and daughter left last
Friday for Fordsville ior a visit to re
latives. "Bread baking is cuaranteed to be a
success if you use Lewisport BEST
flour."
tend the fifth annual Educational Con
ference and Convocation of Superin
tendents at Bowlln? Green, which is
in session the 3, 4 and 5.
J. Itnleish Meador, of Variant, has
been appointed a member of the County
Board of Examiners to take the place
ofC. M. Payne, who Is teaching in
Arkansas.
The examination for graduation will
be held here Friday and Saturday, May
12 and 13, under the supervision of
Supt. Drlskell and Examiner Meador.
Examiner Ater will hold the examin
ation at Irvington at the same date.
One week later the examination for
teachers will be held here.
T. 0. Lewis, Jthe Hardinsburg jewel
er, repairs watches, clocks and Jewelry.
Licenses were issued to the following
couples: V. W. Brookshire and Es-
tell May Tinder, of Kiugswood; Cuba
Vandergrlft and Mary Anderson, both
of Breckinridge county; Robert Erust,
of Jefferson, county, and Mrs. Lucy R.
Horsly, of Hardinsburg; James H.
King and Jennie Bowman, both of
Glen Dean.
T. C.Lcwis,the jeweller, spent a few
days In Owensboro last week.
Mrs William Hensley went to Louis
ville last week for a few days visit.
Geo. W. Evans has begun additions
to his handsome residence on Louisville
street,
Mrs. John Shaw went to Louisville
Saturday returning Sunday night.
"Bread baking success Is guaranteed
if you use the Lewliport BEST Flour."
Sold by J. II. Gardner.
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Spring House Furnishing Needs
Lawn Mowers
Tho genuine Philadelphia Lawn Mower. We need but
to call attention to tho ninny styles of Lawn Mowers carried
in stock which are adapted to any use and cannot fail to sup
ply every lawn mower need. Prices ranco from An flfl
$3.98 to
$9.00
Bali-Bearing Mowers .
With many now and up-to-dato features which should
bo of interest to you. rriccs range from .fD.OO
to
$9,00
Garden Hose
Every piece of garden hose is guaranteed. Our special
Hose Outfit consists of 50 ft. host ,'l-ply rubber hose, com
plete on narawooa none nose reel
at
screen uoors
Mado from well seasoned, kiln-dried lumber, freo front
aainaging imporiectioiis. il l doors made i inch longer audi
a trifle wider than regular ssizn to allow for trimming; squat
mortised tenoned joints throughout making tho strongest
and best construction possible. All doors 1 inch thicks
walnut stained, -1 panel door, size 3x7 ft. .$1.25 to $1.50:5
s'zo z rt. iu m. x r tt. $1.15 to .$1.40. .Natural finished 4 pan-i
jji uuurs, sizes z n. iutin. x t re. price $i.i" jj
Extension Window Screens: Guaranteed to have perfect adjustment. Material used in frames is best finished in oil.
HIOH CI.OSBI) . Ol'Eti '1'IIICE HIOII CEOSEI) OPEN PUIOE
24 in . 21 in 33 in 29c . 30 in 23 in 37 in 43o. , ,
24 in 23 in 37 in 33c 32 in 2fi in 4fi in Jfi
28 in
30 in
23 in
21 in
37 in
33 in
35c
39c
3G in
29 in
45 in
55c
Railroad fares. rebted to out of town customer at our store 4th & Walnut
Mail orders carefully and promptly filled. On all purchases tothe h
mount of $5 00 or more, forwarding charges will be prepaid within 200
miles of Louisville.
THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO., Incorporated
Louisville, Kentucky
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HARDINSBURG
Mrs. llettio Tompson, of Louisville,
arrived last week for a visit of several
weeks.
Miss Annie Dee Bishop was the
t'uest of Miss Bessie Foote, of Uewley
ville. The county Hoard of Education will
meet here Tuesday, May 9.
For Dental work set Dr, Walker.
Supt. Driskcll left yesterday to at-
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith, of Irving
ton, visited here Sunday.
Mr. G. E. Kagln, after a visit to re
latives, returned to Frankfort Wednes
day. Raymond Durbin is able to be out In
town after a severe attack of meas
els. Mrs. Frank Tompson and children,
are visiting her parents at Stephens
port. Mrs. Kate Chllds was confined to her
room several days last week with an
attack of indigestion.
Mrs. Mary Coleman and Mrs. E. L.
Smith attended the fifth Sunday meet
In? at Bewleyville.
Tne little babe of Mr. and Mrs. Felix
Cain, of Ekron, was buried at the An
derson Cemetery Friday afternoon.
Mr. Gus W. Richardson's family
have moved back to their farm near
here.
Messrs. Oscar Rice, Joe Board.Robt.
Cox and Dr. Baxter and son, went to
Louisville Saturday and attended the
circus.
Several of our citizens were summon
ed to Brandenburg Monday to appear
as witnesses in the Lyons suit against
the railroad.
Jim Jolly went to sample Sunday
and was accompanied home by his
daughter, Mrs. Weidman.
Quiet a number of lawyers were in
town Sunday.
"Bread Imkitis? is (junranteeda succe-s
if wm use the Lewisport BUST Flour".
has taken from the home of Ed. L. For,
his wife. Mrs. Fox had been in poor
health for some time with a complica
tion of diseases and was a great sufferer
yet did not murmur, for she felt that It
was God's will. She has a host of friends
who will miss her sadly. She was a
good neighbor, a Christian and a
mother to the homeless. Surely It can
be said of her, "She hath done what
she could."
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. French were in
Louisville a few days last week.
S. H. Dix spent a few days last week
In Lexington with his son, Hewitt.
Henry Shlvely, cf Owensboro, has
been spending a few days here with his
son, Dr. Geo. Shively.
R. A. Smith returned from Louisville
Sunday.
Mrs. P. J. Petitt and son, Roy, at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Ed. Fox
Friday.
Miss Corine Conn is visiting relatives
in Louisville. .
Mrs. W. J. Schopp has returned from
Louisville accompanied by her brother,
Mr Blitz.
Mrs. Thomoson. and children, of
Guston, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Thompson.
W. J. Schopp was in Hardisburg
Monday on business.
Albert Petitt, of Tell City, is papering
at E. H. Miller's home.
Mrs. Carl Armstrong and sister, of
Sample, were in town one day last week
buying hats and were guests of Mrs.
E. H. Miller.
Bread baking is guaranteed a success
if you use Lewisport BEST Flour.
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L0DIBURG
has
V. H. Hardin, of Owensboro,
been the guest of A. M. Hardin.
Mr. and Mrs. Ater, of Irvington, are
visiting relatives In Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Avltt, of Ray
mond, attended the funeral of Mrs.
Avitt's sister", Mrs. Mattie Armes, of
Wesley Chappel last Friday.
l.on Ray, whom Dr. Allen of Andy
ville, was taken to Louisville some
time ago to be operated on for apendi
cltls, Is at noma and is allright.
Byron Cart, of Union Star,mail clerk
on the L. H. & St. L. R. R., was at
home last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Shelman.of Holt
were the guests of A.Dutschke Sunday.
Charlie Macy was at Hardinsburg
last Friday.
Mr. Ross, of Frymlre, was in Louis
ville last Sunday.
John Mercer, of Bowling Green, was
In our town last Saturday.
"Bread baking is guarauteeda success
if you use the Lewlspoit BEST Flour".
STEPHENSP0RT.
Death has again visited our town and
T0BINSP0RT
Frank Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Ahl Ella Leaf, Mamie Polk, Ruth
Weatherholt and Ethel Ahl attended
the high and common school commence
ment at Rome Friday night.
Born to the wife of Walter Weather
holt, April 23, a girl. They named her
Lilly.
Rev. N. Gabbard, of Troy, preached
Saturday night; Sunday a. m. and p.
m. at the Baptist church.
Mrs. Conrad Simons was In Canne'ton
Friday, shopping.
The Tax Assessor, Groves, is very
busy Ir. The Bottom.
Mrs Graham Polk and daughter,
Verda, have returned from Decatur,
111., where they have been visiting
Mrs Polk's daughter, Mrs. John Van
Conia.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Leaf have rented
the property of Duddie Beavin, out on
the hill and will move soon.
N. B. Sanders is repairing the reside
nce of Chas. Cox, this week.
Alex Ahl gave a dance Saturday
evening.
Misses Naomi Simons a. d Ruperta
Tinsley; Messrs. Maurice 'Hyde and
Chas. Garner, visited home folks Sun
day. Clyde Sanders spent Sunday with his
mother here.
Notf Write on one side of paper
only. Editor.
"Bread baking success Is' guaranteed
if you use Lewisport BEST Flour.
Soldiers Drilling at Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis "They Walk on Stars, So Can You."
Uncle Sam Again Increases His
Order For "Star Brand" Shoes
Early in December, the United States Government
placed an order for "Star Brand" shoes amounting to
$452,000. In January, this order was increased to $589,
873.75. On March 14th this order was again increased
and now amounts to
$656
748
75
This is most convincing evidence that the United States
Government believes "STAR BRAND SHOES ARE
BETTER." Uncle Sam is the most critical buyer of
shoes in America. He considers this the best purchase
of shoes ever made and is by far the largest order for shoes
ever placed with any one manufacturer. No substitute
for leather can enter into the construction of shoes bought
i
by Uncle Sam for his soldiers. Y
No substitutes for leather are. ever used in any "Star
Brand shoes "Star Brand Shoes Are Leather" the
same uniform, high quality is in every pair. Clf you are
not now wearing "Star Brand" shoes, declare war on shoes
containing substitutes for leather and come in and inspect
my large and complete line of "Star Brand" shoes madej
in St. Louis, by Roberts, Johnson & Rond Shoe Co.
"STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER"
Ed. Alexander,
Irvington, Ky.
tsmm mTrawi inn mr ran
Watch for the Big Advertisement
on this page next week announcing another Big Lot Sale at the growing little city
of Irvington. It will be the last chance to secure a lot in that growing town.

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