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i FEBRUARY Our Anniversary Month It wai 48 yean rro this month that the Hlfrh Art Store opened lta doors for bualueir. It was a small, an pretentious beginning, but from thla small atore has coma oar Baltimore factory and our present atore one of tho largest In the Middle West. You, our oustomers, built this atore. You made it what It It today, by believing In us, by beileTlng that our Ideas of flood buslnoaa meant good values. Wo have 47 years nf the paat to lire up to In overy transaction to be made during the oomlnsr year we have those ideals wbtob have stobd the test of almost a half a century, to serve aa bur guide we have but obe' purpose In business, your satisfaction for that means bur success. February will oiler many money saving opportunities real savings, for all merchandise Is from our regular stocks. And we are sure you will And a visit to the store tor anything you may need In wearing apparel for Men, Young Men aud Boys, full' of pro fit 'and aatilfaotibu to you. Ifl E Mr. and Mrs. H. L, Browning and daughter, Helen, of Alortona Gap, were In the city Wednesday even ing. Geo, Robinson was in Madison vllle Thursday night. Misses Mabel Browning, Frances MoElfatrlok and Elizabeth Long were In Madlsonvlllo Friday after noon. Mlsa Lois Brown, of Providence, will spend the week end In tho city with her sister, Miss Rath Brown. Miss Frederick, county nurse, as In tho city Thursday on buainoss Mlsa Uorihno McOord, of the coun try, waa in the city Thursday morn ing. Mlsa Merrie King returned from Hopklnavllle Weduoaday, where she baa been visiting Mr. E. P, Barnes for several days, and left Wednesday night for her borne in Henderson. E. P. Barnes, of Hopklnsvlllo, was In the olty a few days thla' week on business. Ed Wise, of Evansvllle, waa lb the city Tliuraday on business. ST. VALENTINE DAY TO BE OBSERVED Tfcs sum wko wbisptis down a wall' About thi tiripje hi ku to tall Will nayer rup a cr on l dollars Lika ho who climbs a tro and "hollers." News of the lawn YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY ordering your out flowers and floral designs from WEBB BROS., agenta for Pleasant View Qroen House. Iter. Hesson, of Louisville, was In tho city Wednesday night. Tom Stone, of Madlaonvllle, wat la town Friday on business. 'ood . morning! ; Hairs jrf s seen The Courie r? JkutffleY bost" paper." Blakey Adams, of Madlsonville, waa In the city Wednesday after noon. ' Mrs; Elgie Siakr, who has been vis ing relatives In Mortons Gap for several days, has returned home. Carl Wets, of Providence', was In the olty1 Wednesday afternoon. Miss Lasette Adams, of Goodlotls vllle, is in the olty visiting Mrs; L. L. Adams. ' Miss Fern Nloholls has accepted a position with Brown Bros.' store. Mr. Hey Brlnkley was In Madl sonville Wednesday. Mr. M. B. Long la on the sick lat this week. Jim Melon ey was in Madlaonvllle Wednesday afternoon. By Students and Teachers of Earlington School Feb'y 14. February Htb, St. Valentine's Day, ia as. &, rale observed in some appropriate way by the Earlington Graded and' JligH School at t her John B. Atkinson Memorial School building. Twel To years ago on that date theio was neia a valentine Bazaar, at which time a land waa' started for a school library. Tho fond grow ana tho children today are still enjoying the' library which was thns began. This year the faculty and students are propar ing to hold open house on tho afternoon of the fourteenth and will invite all patrons and inter ested friends to come and visit the different grades; see the dai ly work on display and become even better acquainted with the teachers and their co-patrons. ff 35 mm Tin l-iiiifriiinpr t n mrm a . February Clean Up Prices ! All odds and ends in Piece Goods, Shoes, Underwear, Sweaters, Overcoats, Ladies' Suits and Coats, Blankets and Comiorts, in fact all Winter Weight Merchandise will be sold during the month of February at a liberal discount. Big reductions are being made on Ladies Misses' and Chil dren's Suits, Coats and Skirts. 10 percent discount on Ladies,' Misses,' Men's and Boys' Shoes. One-half price on Men's and Boys' Over coats. Big reduction in Men's, Boys,' Ladies' and Misses' Winter Underwear. Bargains in Blankets and Comforts. Just received our new Spring Ginghams at per yard, 10 and 12 l-2c. Call and see us any and every day, We are always glad to haveyou. Cowand's way is the saving way. Remember our store is your store. A look will be appreciated. We are always glad to show you. H. D. Cowand's Busy Store Earlington, Ky, mm f 'mabtim MONUMENTS Any style and price. Bett qual ity on the market none belter Setlns ay sampltt will convince yow W. N. MARTIN BttOMtt Earlington Chapter U.D.G. The EarlihRtofD Chapter' 0. D. 0. has decided tp take" pp each month the stndyof some iinpbr tant event' or character' connect ed with the civi! war'. They will mcet-.ith Mrs: Marion flisKFebi ruaryrietK atf 2J o'clock hey wilt' study1 ttfo history p Fort; Douellson, flfiy forr years hav ing' elapsed since its falh Tho following prbEram has' been pre paredly Mrsi-JSline; 1. Singing Miss'Katie Wha- len. 2. Description of Ft. Donell son Mrs. Fenwick. 3 Capture of Ft. Dbnellsor.- Mrs. Kollie TJmstead. 4. The effect the capture of Ft. Donellsori had on tho Confederacy Mrs. Kib. 5. Sketch the life of Gen; Al bert Sidney Johnson Mrs. John Fish. 0. Personal Beminitfcensee Mrs. Stokes and Mrs. Arnold All members are urged to be present. CASTOR IA For Infanta ani Children In Um For Over 30 Years Always bears tne Signature of JOY IN LIFE. Try to mk llf Joyous for yourstlf and for othtrs as wall. Joy It tho color of lift. It Is not tha color In the surroundings of a life, but It Is something bt longlng to tho Individual, boitio thing whloh, when oneo taken homo to ths heart, can never again be lost, bo the skies over head blue or gray. s s All About The Legislature The State Journal Of Frankfort, Six Issues per Week. Only Daily Paper at the State Capital From Now Until April 1, 1916. For 50 Cents Leas Than 5 Cents a Week No other paper will have as large a staff of reporters as The State Journal to cover the present session. If you want to keep posted on all features of news at the State Capital, this is your chance. Keep in touch with State politics and see what your Representatives are doing. Send All Subscriptions to THE SEMI-WEEKLY BEE Eajlington, Ky SPECIAL Clubbing Offer FOR THBTY DAYS For the small1 sum?.o 1 "Jiff We Fill1 s$ri$ you fm rie Year tfie. 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