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PAtt TWO THI BKiCKINKIDOB KIWI, CLOVRFORT, K1HTUCKY APRIL IT, Iflll K L? In the County HARDINSBURG Miss Linnie Walls of Louisville, ar rived Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lcc Walls. Mrs. W. H. Roe, who spent the week-end in "Louisville, has returned. Hewitt Davis, of Evansvillc Ind., who has been the guest of relatives, left Sunday for Lodiburg, to visit relatives. Mrs. C. H. Mattingly, of Decatur, III., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lewis. T. J. Hook was in Louisville, the week-end on business. Mrs. Frank Jolly and niece, Miss Catherine Hendrick, have returned after a visit with Mrs. Jolly's sister, Mrs. Chas. Hook, and Mr. Hook, of Louisville. Mrs. Marvin Shrcwsbcrry of Clov crport," who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Robt. Hendrick, and Mr. Hendrick, has returned home. James Smith of Louisville, came Saturday to visit relatives. Mrs. Ernest Mcador and son, of Custer,, arc visiting her sister, Mrs. D. C. Walls and Mr. Walls. Hcston Driskcll, of Cloverport, was here the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Dillon and daughter, left last week for Louisville for their future location, Mrs. Margaret Board, of Kirk, was the guest of relatives the mid-week. Mr. Pendleton, of Louisville, made a business trip here Mondky and Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. E. Bess and children, have returned from a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Bettie Purnell, of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoben and children, of Glen Dean, have returned after a visit with Mr. Hoben's father. J. T Hoben. Jefferson Smith spent Monday in Irvington. Miss Ressie Hendrick, of Clover port, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tice Hendrick the week end. Mrs. R. Carman and daughter, Miss Mary Richard Carman, spent last week at their home in Bewleyville. James Flood and Win. Kanapple, of Stephensport, were here Tuesday. Prof. J. F. Bowlds, of Owcnsboro, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Frank DeHaven Friday. Miss Lucille Jarboc visited her cou sins, Misses Katie and Hannah Jar boc, of Kirk, Wednesday. Air. and Mrs. J. D. Becler and sis ter Mrs. Nctta Phelps, of Kirk, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Walker, the mid-week. Mrs. Mattie Teaff has returned after a visit with relatives at Kirk. Mr. And of Herndon, Va is visit ing his sister-in-law, Mrs. Sallie M. Beard. IRVINGTON 1 Mrs. Jim Jarret and Mrs. Dan Ken dall, of Ekron, were in Irvington, Wednesday on business. Mr. anil Mrs. Clarence Penick have returned to their home in Redfield, Iowa, after an extended visit to their son, Mr. Hubert I'enick. Rev. D. B. Loyd spent the week-end with Mr and Mrs. G T. Marshall. Mrs. Jesse Uruiugtoii and baby, of Gustou, were guests of Mr. Hubert Penick, Wednesday. Mrs. W. J. Piggott has returned from a missionary meeting in Rich mond, Va. Mr. C. L. Trent has rented his new building to Mr Dick Hardaway for a meat shop. Mrs Nell Marshall and little niece, Jane Kirk, were in Louisville. Friday. Mr. H. R Kirk returned from Louisville. Friday where lie had been attending the K. E, A. Mrs. Nannie Robertson has return ed to her home after a short visit to her daughter, Mrs. A D. Ashcraft Mrs. loin Mrs. Nannie Wathen has gone to Indianapolis to see her sister, Mrs. Ruben Miller, who is ill. Mr. W. M O'Bryan and brother, Mullen, are visiting1 their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gabc O'Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Morrison and baby, arc visiting Mrs. Morfisqn's mother, Mrs. Mattingly, at Glen Dean, GARFIELD Mr. C. S. Board Mrs. Belle C. Bryn, Mr, L. D.. Gregory, and Miss Nancye Board, were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Jim Waggoner, Sunday. Mr. Willis, of Irvington, was in town Monday. Miss Mildred Adams was the guest of her cousins Misses Kennedy, last week. Jim Springatc, of Cloverport, was in town one day last week, Ernest Mcador, of Custer, was here Monday, enroute to Hardinsburg, to attend lodge. Harold Smith was in Louisville, last week on business. Arthur Drane traveling salesman was in town Monday calling on the merchants. . Mrs. D. D. Dowell, of Hardinsburg, visited relatives here Wednesday. Jack Harrington, of Constantino, was here last week enroute to Louis ville, where he went to sell tobacco. Mrs. Cora Priest, Mrs, Raymond Stansberry and little son, Hcrschel Madison, left last week for South Bend, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith arc visit ing relatives in Louisville and Eliza bethtown. Mrs. J. I. Stcerman entertained with music Monday night. Hiram Durbin and daughter, Agnes, of Irvington, were guests of relatives here for the week-end. Stanley Gray and Taylor Dowell shipped a car load of cattle Tuesday, C. S, Board attended lodge at Hard insburg, Monday night. G. H. Pile and J. B. Lyon, of Cus ter, were here Wednesday enroute to Louisville, to sell tobacco. Mrs. Shelby Tucker and daughter, Reba, and Mrs. Kate Tucker, of Har ned, were guests of relatives here Tuesday. Mrs. L. L. Waggoner, Miss Ollie Waggoner, Herman Waggoner, Mr. Dick Hawkins, of Hites Run, and Mrs. James Scaton, of Molinc, 111., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Waggoner, one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Pile and children, and Mrs. Ethel Moorman, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moorman, Sunday. J. B. Harrison, of Louisville, was in town last week. Taylor Dowell was in Irvington, one day last week. Miss Nancye Board attended lodge at Hardinsburg, Monday and was the guest of Mrs. Eliza Taylor and daugh ter. Miss Bettie Taylor. Mrs. R. A. Smith was in Stephens port, one day last week. Miss Cora May Tabor, who has been in Bowling Green, is at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Tabor. Mrs. Jim Waggoner was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Julia Payne, of Hardinsburg, Monday. Jim Johnson, of Texas who former ly lived here came Friday to visit relatives. Miss Charlott Compton, of- Louis ville, was in town Friday. Mrs. Belle C. Bryn and son, Roy Crist Bryn, were guests of Mrs. II. B. Moorman and Mrs. Tom Gregory, Ttiesdav. Mr. Loyd Cox and daughter. Miss iiva, were guests aunciay ot Air ana Mrs. Dyrun McCoy. Miss Bessie Snyder, of Hardins burg. visited her sister, Mrs. V. B. Mattingly. last week. Mr V. 15. Mattingly was in Louis ville Monday buying more millinery goods. Miss Mayme Shaw was the week cud guest of her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs, B. H, Beauchamp. Miss Mary E. Roberts, of Stephens port, was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Cook and Mr. and Mrs. H D. Dowell. Mr. Sim Brown, of Danville, III., came in last week to visit his son, Millard Brown. Mr, and Mrs. A, C. Basham visited Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Bane, Sunday. Mr. John McCoy, of Sample, visited friends here Sunday. Mr G. R. French was the week-end guest of his son, Oscar French, and daughter, Mrs. Sam Brown, of Lodi burg. Mr, and Mrs. Charlie French, Mr. Proctor French, Mrs. Tilda Shaw and Miss Hattic Tabor were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Payne, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beauchamp, Air. and Airs. A. L,. Roberts were called to Clifton Mills, Sunday to the bedside of their uncle, Gene Beau champ, who is quite ill. Miss Annie Lee Skillman and Ver non Payne were the week-end guest of Miss Mildred Parr and brother, Eldcn. Mr, J. R. Burton and Mr. Henry Gibson went to see Mr. Crawford Beauchamp, of near Irvington, Sun day, who is very ill. Mr. J. T. Skillman went to Hardins burg, Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Skillman were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Keys. Mr. and Mrs Sam McAfee and little son, Claude, Airs. Wm. Dowell, of Union Star and Miss Blanche Bas ham, of Stephensport, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Basham, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stiff visited Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Canary, Sunday. Miss Violet Brown and little bro ther, Shelby, were the week-end guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flaherty of near Pay-nesville. Mr. Mcrton Cart, of Lewisport, was ill at home Sunday visiting his parents. Mr. and Airs. t-. w. Cart. up Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Allen Bandy. Several from here attended the boat show at Stephensport, Thursday night Mr. Proctor Roberts, of Stephens port, was here last week on business. STEPHENSPORT Paul Irvin, of Louisville. Is visitina his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Morgan. Mrs. R. A. Smith, of Garfield, was the guest of Mrs. R. A. Shellman, last Monday, A. L. Lewis was in Louisville, last week. Dr. R. I. Stephenson, of Hardins burg, was in town Sunday. Mrs. A. B. Crawford returned Wed nesday from an extended visit in Canada, New Orleans, La., and in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tinius, Mrs. O. W. Dowell and children, were in Cloverport, Saturday. Miss Blanche Basham was the Sun day guest of her brother, Mr. A. C. Basham, and Mrs. Basham, of Mystic. Joe D. Moorman, of Glen Dean, spent the week-end with Mrs. Moor man at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dix. Mrs W. J. Schopp returned Friday Mrs Lucy Dowell. Misses Effie and Hattic Hendrick entertained a number of their friends Sunday afternoon. Zcno Miller, of near Stephensport, was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller, Saturday and Sun day. Dan Dowell attended the K in Louisville, last week Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Eskridge were In L6uisville, last week shopping. Cclla Matthews, of Askins is work ing in the depot here. Great interest is being manifested in the Men's organized Bible Class at the Baptist Sunday school "Go-To I Sunday-School-Day" will be observed Vincent Ffood spent Saturday night with Frank aW John Thomas Ken nedy. Miss Ruth Dowell, of Cannelton, Ind., spent a few days last week with her parents. Mrs. Jabc Jordan and daughter, Helen, of Tell City, visited Mrs. Wm. Frank, last week. Miss' Margaret Kennedy was in town Saturday shopping. Miss Maud Robbins, of Hazel Dell, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Orviltc Miller. Miss Pearl Jolly gave a party Sat urday night which was enjoyed by all who attended. Herbert Jarboe is in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dowell visited Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Hendrick, Sunday. Miss Eliza Marshall has returned home from Irvington, where she has A. May 1st, and all men not in. any other I Sunday scnooi arc curaiany invitea w take part. Many compliments on the teacher, K. Sidney uwen. Rev. Roc preached two very fine sermons here last Sunday to an ap preciative audience. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson spent Sunday at his father's, R. G. Robert son. Miss Mildred Moorman attended the K. E. A. in Louisville, last week. Miss Jakic Powell, who works for Bond Bros., in Birmingham, Ala., was here last week to see her father, F. M. Powell, who is not well. Mrs. John Triplett, of Irvington and Wheeler Powell, of Tennessee, were also here to see their father. from Louisville, where she had gone , been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Bonnie to be with her niece, Miss Alienc Gibson. Cohen, who was spending her vaca-1 Vic Downs and Alfred Miller, of ttntl lilitl bail nnrnnifl ikfaa ! IIva ' . . nun nun iiv.1 uaiviii. mi aiiu luia. S. H. Cohen. f Mrs, Owen Lasley, of Louisville, was the guest of her brother, O. W. Dowell, and Mrs. Dowell Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Asia Milter and child ren, of Holloway, Ohio, are visiting Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McAfee of Mystic, we're in town, last Monday, shopping. Mrs. O. W. Dowell and children left Tuesday for Hiltsboro, Texas, to spend a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Moorman. Mrs. Dowell received a message Saturday stating her father was very Harncd, spent the week-end with their parents. Miss Mary Pate spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Katie and Eliza Marshall. Mrs, Allie Stone, of Pennsylvania, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Horsley. fr m t r::ii,,t j - Tt. hnh-vv ociniiL, ... . m. viiiiauu anu sun, JUIIIl, went to Stephensport, Saturday. I Miss Daisy Huffines, of Guston, Mrs. Hewitt Payne, of Sample came spent the week-end with her aunt. GLEN DEAN Born to the wife of John W. Whit- Icr, a girl, ll 1-2 pounds. Dr. J. G. Hale and family went to . Hardin and Grayson county for a visit recently. Mrs. E. P. Rogers, of Fordsville, spent last Sunday here the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Hoskins. Mrs. J. C. Mattingly, who has been in Louisville with her daughter, Mr. R. A. Crider for sometime, returned to her home last week. u LOCUST HILL Miss Fannie Dyer spent the week end at McQuady the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Will Davis, and Mr. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Vol Stockhousc, of West Point, spent a few days last week here the guests of their nephew; Mr. T. C. Dyer, and Mrs. Dyer. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carman and children, Mr. and Mrs, John A. Car man and children, were the puests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mingus, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nabbitt and children, of near Mook, were the week-end guests of his sister, Mrs. Gid Carman, and Mr. Carman. Mr. and Mrs. Fannie Milburn en tertained to dinner Sunday: Mr. L. A. Davis, of Woodrow and Mrs. J. W, Blair and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Basham and children, of near Kingswood, spent the week-end here the guests of her aunt. Mrs. Gid Carman, and Mr. Car man Ezra Butler, of Guston, was the guest of relatives here the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Davis visited relatives at Constantine, Saturday and Sunday. ffifiUiiisiiUimir Owensboro S W. ANDERSON COMPANY, Inc. Kentucky TORE NEW r YELLOW LAKE Mr. Tom Critchelow, of Axtel. ac cideutlv shot his hand bv milliner bis Kirtley and daughter. I loaded shot etui throuch the fence. Louelh. returned home Friday from Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bowlds, Aunt St. M try's of the Woods Convent in Margaret Cannon, Mrs Mattie Teaff and Mr. J. W. Storms were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Storms last Thursday. Miss Cecil Mattiuclv accomnanied by her uncle, Edwin Foote and little daughter, Jewell Bess Foote of Irv ington, returned home last Saturday after a pleasant visit with her aunt. Mrs. Fannie Moore Foote. Mr. Will Rhodes, wife and children, Indiana. Mis Allen Mcador and children, of Hardinsburg, were guests of Mrs. Meador's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bowman, last week. Air. Jim Herndon went to Louis ville Tuesday Miss Kathcriue Williams and sister, Imogcnc visited relatives in Louisville a few days la-t week. Miss Imocene Seeking Always to Serve You Better Appreciating as we do the good will that has made this store possible, we are never content with what we are doing for our customers. Each day we do the best we can, but we are constantly alive to all our shortcomings. Scjme might reason that these shortcomings are common to all stores that perfection of service is impossible of human attainment, and so it probably is; but constant endeavor to betterment is always possible and is always in our day's effort. When our service fails to satisfy you, fell us, and when you see how we can improve our store's service, we'll thank you for informing us about it. Colorite or H at b rite Hat Dyes Colorite or Hatbright Hat Dyes make the old straw hats look like new. All shades. Regularly sold at 25c. Special " Q per bottle ----- XJL Note Enclose postage for mailing this item, as it requires packing in wood to be sent through the mail. 13 Piece Oil Cloth Doily Sets 13 Piece Oil Cloth Doily Sets they save your table cloths and eliminate washing. These sets consists of six G-in. doiles, six lu-m. doiles and one 18-m. cen ter. Blue bird pattern. Special per set - - - 50c 38 inch New Novelty Voiles New Novelty Voiles Light and Dark Styles Elegant range of patterns 38-in wide. Pric- A Q ed Special per yard - txOI (Samples p-ladly scn.t for the asking.) Roman Stripe Sashes the Proper Thing Today $3.50 Beautiful New Fibre Silk Knit ted Roman Stripe Sashes. Won derful conbination of colors. Knotted fringed ends dQ ?A a $4.50 value. Each - Dt.OU Williams went on to Bowling Green, Margaret Jane and Johnnie, visited where she will attend school Miss Angie Gibson, who is teaching in Louisville, is the guest of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gibson Mrs. John Childs and son, Jim, spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Godfry. The Royal Neighbors of Guston, se.rvcd supper, Saturday night for the benefit of their lodge. Mrs. Hunter Vititoe and two little girls, of Vine Grove, were guests of xf- r:. ....,. i ,i ii. -. "in. iinut .1 uiuim-r, iur. ikc car ter Mr. C. A. Penick sold his lot on Main street to Mr. Ed F. Alexander. Miss Jacie Alexander was in Louis ville the later part of the week. Mrs. Virgil llrite and little daugh ter, Martha Howe, arc visiting Mr and Mrs. A. T. Adkins. Mr. Jake Morrison, Mr. Arthur Atcr and Mr. G. O. Bailey have re turned from Martinsville, Ind., much improved in health. Mr. David Penick and little daugh ter, Margaret, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence I'enick the first of the week. Miss Rosa Lou Ditto returned Fri day from a short visit to her cousin, Mrs. J. D. Shaw, of Louisville. Mr L. W. Godfry has purchased a new Ford car. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ferrenburg and Mrs. C. L. Trent attended the sale of Mr. J. W. Bruuer near Guston. Mr. Junius Stith and Mr. Earl Stith went to Louisville, on business trip last week. Miss Margaret, Gibson was the din ner guest of Miss Eva Carrigan, Wed nesday. Dr. T. N. Williams spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Green Bandy. Mr. Alvin Rice is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bolin. Mr. Con Mattingly and family last Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Poole gave the young folks a dance last Thursday evening. Mrs. Edward Tucker spent last Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs. Lillie Slaughter near Antioch. ,Mr. Chas Bowlds went to Hardins burtr, last Wednesday. He was ac companied home by his cousin, Mrs. Mattie ,Teaff. who will spend a few days with friends in this vicinity. Aunt Margaret Cannon is with' her daughter, Mrs. Anna Bowlds for sev eral days. Mrs. Jones Butler is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Henninger, of Roff, for a few days. Mr. Gilbert Galloway, who recent ly purchased the home of Mr. Loy Glasscock surprised his many friends a few days ago by getting married. The lucky girl was Miss Lulu Jolly, of Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Compton spent last Saturday night and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Jim Clark, near Sand Knob Pleasant weather and bright moon light brought out a large crowd to the picture show last Saturday night at Cannon's Garage, at McDaniels. "The Little Wanderer" was shown and highly enjoyed. Little Joseph Clark was quite ill Saturday night with cold and abscess in his head. Women's Silk and Fibre Hose-Rib Tops Women's Silk Fibre Hose Rib Tops Famous Luxite make. For Service you can not beat them. Colors black and Cordovan. Actual value $1.50. Special per pair - $1.00 $12.50 Gingham Dresses $9.95 25 beautiful Gingham Dresses in neat checks and plaids, every style, new and very attractive. flQ Qf? Extra special ---.-- wUmUU v. $1.25 White Middies $1.00 Plain white Middies, made from good grade white Jeans all sizes (J" (f 0 to 14 and 34 to 40 - - , iDA.Ulr Organdie Dresses Two wonderful lots of pretty new crisp Organdie dresses in white, pink, blue and lavender. Also some madejn two colored combinations. Price $12.50, $19.50, $25. Men's Trousers 200 pairs Men's and young Men's worsted Trousers, a wide range of patterns, all sizes, the kind of Trous ers, you paid $9.00 and $10.00 for only a few weeks ago (Jf? Art Special tDO.VU Men's Shirts 100 dozen Men's fine Percale Shirts, beautiful range of patterns, (JJ1 Art specially priced at - - - u)JLUU MYSTIC Rev, Coates filled his regular ap pointment at Popular Grove, Sunday. Mrs. A. B. McKaughan, of Tobins port, Ind., came up last week to spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. S. W. Bane, and brother, A. L. Roberts. Suit Case Special 24-in. Brown Fiber Suit Cases, brass lock and catches. Regular (PI Off $2.00 value Dl.iD Congoleum Rugs Gold Seal 0x12 Congoleum Rugs, beautiful patterns to select from. Reg ular price $18.50, Extra (PI A QP low price of - - - - tDXr.JO Feltex Floor Covering Feltex C-ft. wide the very thing for your kitchen and dining room floors, in regular linoleum patterns. Extra low price Rrt of UUl per sqyd. Matting The very finest of China Matting, 5 beautiful patterns, 116 warp kind, New fresh stock, while they last the extra low price QQ of - - - - - Owt per yard Curtain Scrim Beautiful 30-in. Ecru and white double bordered Scrim. Regular 20c value. Extra low price "j 01 n of - - - - L& 2i per yard Grass Rugs 0x12 Imported Grass Rugs, Splendid selection of Oriental patterns, regular $10.00 values. Extra low g QJf price of 3H)7tf I 'imramimmiaamamaiamniaaisuuimamm $ :i JJr ,.