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JFsonSh"wExwhibit I Saturday, June 1 0th I "Henpecked Henry"
IjOIQCII KOfl Here p ., ,,,,, w.th the funniest show jithe world t Presenting a Real Musical Sensation With a ! D 1 Off I -i C C? UM BEST DRESSED CHORUS IN THE WORLD "Girlie", "Girlie" Chorus 5 FeOpiC tf5 15--b0ng HlIS 15 The Season's Biggest and Best Musical Treat and an attraction that is guaranteed to be first-class, Clean Moral and Refined A Timely, Topical Comedy Eiprcis, Filled Full ol Prelly Girls, Calchy Songs, Norel Dances and a Car Load ot Novelties IRVINGTON. Mr. Mattlugly, of Cloverport, has been the guost of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mattlngly. Harold Parks anil John Gibson have returned from Lexington, where they have been attending K. M. I. Master Ben Hall, of Fclsmere, Fla., is with Mr. and Mrs. Doc Chapln for the summer months. Miss Martlne Moseley Is the charm ing little guest of I'rof. and Mrs. H R Kirk. Mrs. J. M. Hcrndou and sons ar rived Friday from Lexington and Potts ville, Pa. Miss Lottie Handy, of Hardinsburg, was tlio week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Drane. Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Gardner, of Stephensport, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. N Gardner. Mrs. K. II. McGlothlan visited Mr J. C. Younger in Laulsville last week. Mrs Low BisholT and children at tended the circus in Owensboro Satur day. Mrs. Nat Crouch, of Louisville has been the guest of Mrs. Adele Connlff. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Simmons spent tho week-end with relatives at. Har dinsburg. James Wortham, of Louisville, visit ed Mr. and Mrs K. A. Crlder last week. Mrs. Del Lashbrook, of Owensboro, has been the guest of Mrs. Nora Hoard. Mr. and Mrs. Henry .Cowley and children, of West Point, spent Tues day with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ashcraft. Mr. and Mrs Overton Hlanford, of Bewleyville, were in town Tuesday. Prof. H. K. Kirk will go to Lexing ton to tako a six weeks course. About forty young people were en tertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Brooks Friday, the occasion being In honor of their guest, Miss Artie Crow, ot Illinois. Delicious re freshments were served. Mis-, Ida Waggoner, of Hopkin-vilie, an.. MM J''" w Wo, 0 acepnens- port, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank aggoacr. Dr. S. P. Parks. Mrs. Parks and Mrs. V. L. Handy were In Louisville ' last week. Mrs Tom Ditto, of Louisville, is at 1 the bedside of her father, John Cox, , who land is quite 111 at his home at Oak- Mrs. Bailey Waller, of Hopkinsville. Uishop visited in Lexington and Louis will arrive this week to visit Mr. ar.d ' ville on her way home. Mrs. J I'.. Herndon. A D. Ashcraft aud son spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J. G. Anderson at Sand Hill. A numlier of our citlzsns attended uii-aut sup'ui aL n cumii oai- ur(lay- Miss Helen Hoard has returned from Owensboro. Mrs James Drury &ud son, of Bran-' denburg, have been the guests cf Mr. and Mrs. Chas Drury. ! Misses I5va Foote and Lottie Handy, : Edgar llanlaway and Paul Wilson ( ................ l..u .... . were dinner guests 01 .ir. ana ir.. i Overton HUr.ford. at Howleyville Sun- day. Miss Viola Lewis, of Louisville, spent , . the weelc-ond'with Misses Edith Lewis and F.va Carrigan. Cl.ildreu's Day was observed at the Presbyterian church Sunday at il a. m. A delightful program was ar ranged. The church was beautifully decorated in roses, daisies and ferns A musical recital will be given at an oarly date by pupils from the Louis ville Conservatory. Miss Julia Lyon will take part, both as soloist and ac companist. Local people will have it in charge. The event is looked for ward to with interest. The Young People's Missionary So ciety met at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon. Two new members were enrolled. Miss Kllza Piggott is one of seven delegates chosen to a. tend the V. W. C. A. Conference of Honlhem colleges, which will be held at Blue Ridge, N. C. Miss Mildred Graham, who is well known hero, also will be one of the company. Mrs L. H. Jolly, of Houston, Tex., will arrive this week to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith and Miss Helen Smith spout Sunday with Mr. and Mr. George Hoard near town. Mrs. Virglula Calloway has returned to Smlthfield, after a visit with Mrs L. U. Moremon and Mrs. Kate lien nett. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mattingly, Mm. A. T. Adktns and Miss Mabel Adkius motored to Urandenburg Sunday after- noon. Newsom Gardner was In Louisville Sunday. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Itreckimidge Circuit Court, Kentucky. John R. Wimp. Assignee, 11 1 fT. ) Against fN, Hettie D. McGlothlan, et.al. Dft. J lly virtue of n Judgment and Order of Sale of HrecKiuridge Circuit Court, rendered at May term thereof, 11)1(1, in the above c.ue, for tho sum of $804.50, and also the further Mim of $9!! 13 with interest from the 27th day ot January, 11)11, until paid, subject to a credit of $68.16 paid .Iayy3, loll', and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for .sale at the Court House door in Hardlns burn, to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, mi Monday the 26th day ol June, 1916, at 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court da)), up n a creditof six months the following de scribed property, to wit: ?lne town lots In the town of Irvington, Hreckin ridge county, Kentucky, and tire lot i Nos. 1, 2, :i, 4, 8, 9. 10, 11 and 12, iu block No. 5, and all the appurtenances thereto, being 'J lots deeded to Hettie 1 1 t..r;i.,,i.i..n K.. I,,.,,... T f I .....1 !L't iwt in.... vy Jtlllim . . UKWI llll.l Kate Lewis, the first dnv of lune. 1S99. It appearing on the margin of the Order Hoon No. 2.'J, at page l5(). in the Hreckiuridge County Court Clerk's of fice, a release was duly entered us to lots Nos 10, II and 12, mentioned in the foregoing description the sime will not be sold. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal Interest fiom the day ot sale until paid, and having; the torce aud effect of a Hen Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Hidden will be pre pared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest anil cost, $1,111 84. Lee Walls, Commissioner. HARDINSBURG. Sow truth, it thou tiie tree wouldst reap; Who sow the false shall reap in vain: Krect and sound thy conscience keep: From hollow words and deeds refrain. H. Honar. T.act 'I'll tlr cH.'l V afturnfinn Tre T A 0weQ (jM of R(,d ) a heart t(j tQ a nulnbcr of ladles )n ..practic;ii Religion," at the M. E. Church, South. Mrs. 0wcn Is a very intelligent lady; a great Hible student, and a great be- liever in prayer. She works among the Chinese. Miss Annie Lee Uishop will return from Eminence this week. Miss Mrs. W, J. Piggott, of Irvlngton, was the guest ot Thursday of Mrs. C. V. Robertson. Miss lCmma Lou Moorman, of Glen Dean, was a visitor In town last Thurs-1 (lay. Supt. J. W. Trent and Mrs. Trent! are receiving' couuratulatlons on the I arrival of a baby boy at their home j Wednesday, May ."fl. Willis Green, of Falls of Hough, was' i,, town Friday. j Mr ;illd Mrs j WhiUorth have re- I turned trom Lexington, where they! Wl;nt t0 attend the ctimiiiunceint.-nt ex erclses of the State University. Mrs I A. Divcn. r.( Hti,fF , ,, ,, . , ..' ,, .and Mrs. Kate Heard, of Wheeling, W. Va., went tn Louisville Saturday, after spending a week with Mrs. C. V. Kubertson. Miss Hannah Heard, who has been in Huston this year, studying expres sion and voice, arrived home Friday to spend the summer. (J. V. Robertson has returned from tiie horse show in Missouri. Misses Annie Lewis and Clara Whliworth are at home from Lexing ton. Miss Annie Lewis will teach at Fort Thomas. Dr. H. J, Beard, after a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Heard, has returned to Llvcrmorc. Miss Judith I21len Bea'rd has arrived from Lexington aud will spend her va cation at home. s K. C. Richardson, i.t Louisville, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Percy Heard, last week. Mrs John N'evitt has returned to her homo at llasin Spring, after a visit to Mrs. John Akers. Kevs. Maloney, of Stanley, Henry, of Cloverport, Duuglierty, of Payues ville, and Abell, of Kliodella, assisted Rev. Norman in the Forty Hours' De votion. Frauds Dillon spent Sunday in Custer, R. A. Smith, of Stephensport, was in town Friday. James Durham and Claud Mercer were la Brandenburg Saturday. James N. Payne and son, I. II Payne, ot Clarkson, wero the guests of relatives here last reek. Miss Leah DeJarnett, uf Louisville, is the guest of her brother, Hubert De Jarnctt. Miss Cova Durham visited Mr. and Mrs, Ves Durham at their home near Kirk last week. The annual union Sunday school picnic was held at the fair grounds Tuesday. It Is a day looked forward to by the children of the town. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Compton spent last week In Louisville. Mr, Compton was having ills eye treated. Prof. T. S. Williams, Mrs. Williams and children have gone to Central City on a visit. HOLT ITEMS M. C. Fontiiin, of Louisville, visited relative: ut this place Sat urday and Sunday. y Robertson, of Skillman, was the week end guest of his cousin, Violet Kobcttson. Bro. Gcntr3' lillct his regular appointment hero Sunday. Z. T. Hardin was in Cloverport Friday. Mrs. M. Franks and daughter, Miss Alice, wore guests of Mrs. Halo Sunday. Misses Mattio and Sue Black visited friends and relatives at Lndiburg Sunday. Iloseoc Henry called on Mi:-s Ida Dutschke Sunday. Miss Marge rec- Dutschke visited friends in Stephensport Friday. Abe McGayock was the guest of his .sister' Mrs. Z. T. Hardin, Friday. James Tinius and Jim Franks called on Misses Donie and Nan nie Hale Sunday. Mis Gracie Maysey made a Hying trip to Lndiburg Sunday. There is singing at Holt church every Saturday night. Every body is invited to attend. Don't forget tho all day meet ing at Holt church Monda', June 1!). There will be dinner on tho ground. Everybody come. GARFIELD. Dr. Frank Havnes, of St. Louis, who has been visiting relatives near here, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weatherford nnd daughter. Miss Bessie B. Weath erford, were Sund iy guests of C. S. Hoard Sunday. Mrs. H. Whitworth nnd son, Paul, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Allen Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pate left Saturday for Tobinsport to visit her sister, Mrs. Wnlter Hawkins and Mr. Hawkins, aud from there will go to their home in De catur. III. Mrs. Mamie Gregory attended church in Harned Sunday. Mrs. Amelia I'enlck and ch'ldren, of Hodgenville, is visiting relatives here. lodge Dowell and Mrs. Dowell abd Raymond Dowell and wife were guests at W. T. Dowell's Sunday. The Misses Harned visited relatives in Custer last week. Stanley Gray called on Miss Anna Mildred Smith Thursday. V. W Smith tpe..t trom Thursday to Sunday at home with Mrs. Smith. Rev. Cundiff filled his regular ap pointment Sunday, and was entertained at Henry Hashara's. Dr. Samlbach wns called to see Mrs. Lina Horsley last week who is ill. Miss Pauline Compton spent the week end with her aunt, Mrs. Lottie Rich ardson. 0. M. Priest had u horse killed by lightning last week. D. H. Smith had a fino mule badly hurt Wednesday. Miss Hessie H. Weatherford vislttd her aunt, Miis Nancy Hoard, Sunday. 1. li. Richardson and family motored to Hardlusburg Sunday. Mrs. Mamie Gregory visited relatives in Louisville Saturday. The Modern Woodmen will give un ice cream supper June 17. Rev. Hruingtou conducted the dec . ration services at the Dowell cemetery on last Tuesday, and preached here In Slip a few Prince Albert smokes into smoke your fill it proves out every hour ot the day. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons prefer to give quality 1 There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling your own, but you know that you've got to. have the right tobacco! We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time firing up every little so often, without a regret! You'll the evening, Mrs. Hand.-, of Louisville, is visitirg her mother, Mrs. Compton. Dr. R. W. Meador nnd Mrs. Meador spent Saturday with V. W. Smith and wife. Sunday School Convention. Tho. First Magisterial District Sunday School Convention will bo held at West Viuw the Third Sunday in June. Dinner on the ;ioiinds. Everybody invited. STEPHENSPORT. AV. X. Head, of LodilAtrp, was in town Vedneduy. V. .1. Schopp was in Louisville last week. Ilov. U. . Arnold, of Huwes ville, visited friends hero Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrc W. H. Gardner spent Thursday in Irvington, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nowsom Gardner. Mr. and Mrt. Owen Shoemaker are vi.sitinir relatives in Mattoon, III. Miss Ida Waggoner, of Hop kinsville, is tho guest of relatives and friends. G. U. Gardner, of Chcnault, was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gardner. Mrs. Graham Jolly and chil dren, of Cloverport, wore tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. IJIaino Wednesday. Mrs. Tom Stewart, of Akron, Ohio, has been tho guest of rela tives horo tho past week. Miss Ida Nottingham, of Lodi burg, was tho guest of Mrs. W. J. Schopp Wednesday. Mrs. lloruco Gilbert, of Clover port, was tho guest of Mrs. Win. Gilbert Sunday. Mrs. Komi Bennett, of Evans ville, Ind., ciitno Monday to spend tho summer with Mrs. S. A. Ben nett. Miss Ida Waggoner and niece, Miss Juno, aro tho guests of rela vour system! You've heard many an earful about the patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets vou without a comeback 1 Stake your bank roll that or premiums. We the feel has been wasted and will back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a thousand-dollar bill I It's worth that in happi ness and contentment to you, to every man gotten jimmy At R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Thl Is the tide ol red tin tives in Irvington this week. A C. McKaughan, of Clover pert, spent Sunday with his mother. Mrs. Emma McKaughan. W. II. Dix, who hits completed a couto in mechanical engineer ing in tho Lexington University, eauic home Sunday night for a week's visit before leaving for Toledo, Ohio, where he has a po sition. Miss Minnie Morris is helping in a meeting at Meredith. Harry Hamilton, of Cloverport, was tho guest of J. W. French lust week. Miss Hn borer, of Owensboro, will spend tho summer here with Dr. and Mis. G. E. Shivoly and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. French, and whilo here will teach Misses Hen rietlu Shivoly and Belva J. French music. A protracted meeting began at tho Methodist church Monday nigl t. Bro. C row, of Owensboro, is assisting tho pastor, Bro. Gentry. A. M. Hanoi and family will move to Cloverport this week. Wo regret to see them leave. Mrs. Eliza Bandy went to Lou isville, Saturday to meet hor granddaughter, Lucile Kissam, of Somerset, who will spend tho summer with hor. PISGAH. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bates ware guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Basham Sunday. Misses Ida and Mary Qarrctt spent Saturday nleht with Misses Mattie and Esther Coatley. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jones visited Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Ryan Sunday. Misses Lettie and Jessie Tuttle and Misses Mvra and Pearl Uastiam spent Sunday with Misses Minnie, Llllie and Hassle Bates. Walter Mason and George Tate were the guests of Jesse Hates Sunday. Mrs. Pearl Kniglit hasbcea visiting her sister, Mrs. Harold Walker for the past week. Miss Pearl Basham spent Saturday Coprriiktinikr M. 1. KwolU TotXM Mb Prince Albert national joy smoke like your smoke past be sorry you cannot who knows what can be out of a chummy pipe or a makin's cigarette with Prince Albert for packing THE Prince. Albert tldr red tin. and la fact, every Prlnc Albert package, hat Winil.5.lm, N.C reverse a real mesiane-to-yon on Its reverse side. Youll read; "Process Patented the tidy July30th, 1907." That meant that the United States Govern ment has granted a patent on th process by which Prince Albert is made. And by which tonfiue bite and throat parch are cut outl every where tobacco Is sold youll find Prince Albert awaitingyou In toppy red bags, 5c: tidy red tins, 10c: handsome pound and half-pound tin humidors and In that clever crystal- glass humidor, with sponge moistener top, that beeps the tobacco In such fine condition always! The Daniel-Samuels Music Co. OWENSBORO, :: KENTUCKY. "The Store that Made Owensboro MUSICAL." If you are interested in the purcase of a Piano or Organ, cut this add out, mail to us, and we will send you FREE a book of Home Songs! Dr. E. A. Cashman VETERINARIAN Horse Dentistry. Bull heavers and Stringhalts Skillfully Treated. Also Treat Dogs and Cats. Irvington, - Kentuckytfj night with Miss Cora Matthews. Rev. Jarboe filled his regular ap pointment at this place Saturday and Sunday.