EASTER EGG HUNT
Under Auspices of Young
on April 15
Mr. and Mrs. John Westerman are
the proud parents of twin babies
John Henry and Elizabeth.
The seventh annual Easter egg
hunt will be held on April loth from
2:30 to 5 o'clock p. m. on Frof. Horn's
Presbyterian Church Notice.
lawn in Middletown. under the ausCol. Bennett H. Youtitf will preach pices of the Young Feople's Mission-
church next ary Society.
The best high jumper, from 15 to
75. prize: best foot race, 50 yards, 10
to 15. prize: best foot race. 7 to 10,
Robert Shaw, eight years of age.
sou of Knight Shaw, a farmer, a mile
from Waterford, suffered fractures 15 The75,most graceful race, jumper.
7 to 10,
prize: best foot
in a fall
of an arm and several ribs
prize: best foot race, 4 to 7, prize.
from the loft of his father's barn.
Sack race for boys and girls: potato race for boys and girls. AdmisGeo. Babbitt Dead.
sion 10 cents.
The funeral of George Babbitt. "."
years old. who died Sunday at his
Services at Lutheran Church.
home, iic.tr Kloyilsburg, was conductThere will be preaching at the
ed Tuesday afternoon from Browns-borMethodist church. He is sur- Lutheran church Sunday All morning,
are corvived by his wife, son and daughter. April nth. at 11 o'clock.
dially invited to attend this service,
as there will be something of imporWillian Goodlet Dies.
tance to all.
Wm. Goodlet, forty years of age.
The Choral Club has changed the
died Sunday evening at his home on
from Thursday evenings'
Beady Ban, near the Snider
Sunday afternoon at 2:.'i0 o'clock.
in Spencer county, following The regular monthly meetings are
an illness of two weeks with the grip. the first Tuesday evening in each
He is survived by his wife and six month.
All are invited to attend
at the Presbyterian
Sunday morning at
are invited to attend.
of John Reise.
The funeral of John Keise, a farmer, was conducted this afternoon
front the residence, near Fry's Hill.
'J'he botly was taken to Louisville lor
burial. His death occured at !
o'clock Tuesday afternoon and resulted from apoplexy, with which he
was stricken two weeks ago.
survived by his wife, who was formerly Miss Margaret, PeCaef a Kttt,
and a daughter, Mis.
Decides in Favor of Defendant.
Mrs. Marie N. W'insor sued the
Heights Land Company
asking that defendant be enjoined
from digging a ditch ami laying pipes
will cause water to How on her
lot near Jeffersontown.
tried in Judge Kirby's court yesterday, and the Court decided in favor
of defendant. It was shown that the
water had always run across the
property of plaintiff.
Heights Land Company was represented by Ben F. Gardner, attorney.
AN HONEST CAPACITY
Mr. Ira Wheelei is very ill at his
"ome nere witn measles.
Mrs. Will H. Hinkle, of Bardstown.
was a recent guest of Miss Anne
Mr. Emory Dravo spent Sunday
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Mrs. G. F. Sorge, of Michigan City,
is visiting he"r mother, Mrs. R. A.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ragland entertained Mr. Charles Stephenson, of
Mesdames J. W. Omer. Ed. Finlev
and son, Paul, were guests of Mrs. J.
C. Bruce recently.
Miss Mary Hoke, of Harrod's Creek,
All separators are rated at so many pounds of whole-milper
hour. DE LAVAL machines range in capacity from 1350 to 135
pounds of whole-milper hour, and the price depends largely upon
capacity. We make the claim that under any and all conditions a
DE LAVAL machine rated at 450 pounds capacity will skim as
in an hour as any "would-be- "
much whole-milcompetitive machine rated at 600 pounds per hour, and we have proved this statement so often in actual contests, that it has come to be an accepted fact by all
dairymen. Every DE LAVAL separator is tested for capacity before it leaves the factory, and we
guarantee every inachi-o- to separate its full . ated capacity.
Before you buy a Cream Separator see and try a De Laval
Have one set up at your house and test it alongside of any
other machine you like for capacity, cleanness of skimming and
ease of operation. We don't ask you to buy a DE LAVAL upon
"claims." We do ask you to be sure and give it a trial before you
purchase any separator.
Catalog and full particulars of our "free trial plan" gladly
mailed upon application.
is visiting her grandmother, Mrs.
Francis Hoke, this week.
Miss Anne Bryan was the guest of
Miss Carrie Mae Tucker, of Louisville, last Thursday evening.
Miss Ethel Fawcett and Mr. Chest
er Haycroft, of Louisville, were the
124 W. Jefferson St.
guests of Mrs. Ora Gratz Sunday.
Mrs. W. F. Hunsinger entertained
Mrs. Charles Hunsinger and her
daughter, Julia, at diuner Sunday.
Mrs. John Patterson, of Decatur,
Ala., is at the bedside of her father,
Mr. Pete Carlin. who remains Quite
Leonard House were the guests of alysis and although he recovered
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Carlin Sunday.
sullieiently to attend to his work he
Rev. and Mrs. Grant Perkins, of
Mr. and Mrs. Graves, of ('lark's, has not been in good health since.
Onaway, Mich., are guests of the
latter's uarents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mc- - and Mr. and guestsBright, of LouisMakes Assignment.
ville, were the
of Mr. and. Mrs.
Mrs. J. C. Bruce entertained Wed- nearSweeney Sunday, at their home
Sweeny Ranch Dairy, near Jeffertown.
nesday night Mrs. E. A. Hays and
Mr. Wallace Brown, of Bardstown. sontown. tiled a deed of assignment
children, Gladys and J. C, of
special agent of the Commonwealth in the County Clerk's office in favor
The Current Events Club was de- Life Insurance Co., visited Mr. J. C. of its creditors Monday. The Louislightfully entertained the afternoon Alcock yesterday. Mr. Brown is also ville Trust Company is the assignee.
of March 29 b3' Mrs. Comingor at editor of the Kentucky Standard.
her home in Deer Park.
Mr. J. M. Guelda is seriously ill at The liabilities are estimated at
Mrs. Mollie Smith, of Louisville. his home in Gregg's Addition. Four $4,000. No schedule of assets were
Mr. and Mrs. Van Wheeler and Mr. years ago' he suffered a stroke of par filed.
Louisville Dairy Supply Co.
Friends will confer a favor 66
by reporting all the visits
of themselves or their quests for this
column. Call either telephone number,
Mrs. John Miller will entertain the
Ladies' Aid of the Christian church
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Neal, Miss Rena
Neal and Mr. Will Neal spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bland, of
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church was entertained by Mrs. S. E.
Dodge last week.
nin V. KLikiev were
ir'u'ests of Mrs. S. A. Groom last
Smyrna News Notes.
Mr. CarlTobbe entertained a few
Miss Lillie Burnett was the guest
friends iast Sunday. Those present of Mrs. H. B. Burnett Sunday.
Anna. Marwen-- : Misses Dorothy.
Miss Johnnie B. More-megaret and Rosa Bischoff, Messrs. week for Madisonville, whereshe will
Pete Bischoff. William Kustes, John spend several weeks with relatives
Tobbe and Carl Tobbe.
Rev. B. A. Brandon, of JeffersonMrs. William Bates was the guest
pulpits with Rev.
Satur- town. exchanged Bethany Sunday.
of Mrs. Herman Tobbe last
Robt. Johnson at
There was a family reunion at Mr.
Mrs. Herman T'.V.e wisited Mrs. Wr., nmiilv's home Sundav in honor
(). Lutes last Thursday.
of Mrs. Demply, two of thechildren's
?nd one grandchild's birthdays. All
week of the family were present and spent
The Louisville Times 10c a
quite a pleasant day.
Prompt delivery. Welford Alcock.
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I - PERSONAL
April 3. Miss Mary Campbell and
Mr. Leon Swindler were the guests
of Miss Annie May Miller Sunday.
Miss Hattie N. Dodge left Wednesday to spend several weeks in
Sherlev Miller was the guest of Mr.
and Mrs Robert Miller Sunday.
Mrs. John Napier's guests Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Napier, Mr.
and Mrs. William Napier and little
daughter, Frances Marion, of Highland Park, Prof. W. Lee Napier, and
daughters, Amelia Lee and Ivey, of
Hope, Ark., and Miss Aileen Bowser,
and Mrs. Bettie Bowser.
Misses Ethlinda and Alma Norton
and Marv Lee DouVe suent Friday
and Saturday with Miss Elizabeth
Mrs. Newt. Tucker, of Louisville,
spent Friday with Mrs. John Napier.
Misses Myrtle, Ruth and Mary
Bridwell, Tessie Chamberlain and
Franklin Bridwell were the guests of
Miss Dixie Uurnett sunuay.
Prof. W. Lee Napier and children
returned to Hope. Ark., Wednesday
where he will resume his school
Mail Ordersfilled quick
ly and satisfactorily.
Okolona Will Have Public Building.
The okolona Improvement Company met Monday night and completed plans for building a new storeroom
It was decided to
and public hall.
increase the capital stock of the
company to $10,000, after $.",000 in
stock has been subscribed. Subscriptions already amount to (4,000, ami
President Lips stated that no diffy
dle of May.
The marriage of Miss Belle
nedy and.Mr. Samuel Kdward John-sotook place last Thursday, March
30, at B o'clock, at the home of
sister, Mrs. K. A. Low. The
Kev. T. S. Wood performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. Alex Kennedy, a prominent farmer of near Jeffersontown, while the
groom is a promising young business
man of the South. The young couple
immediately went to housekeeping in
their new home, which has just been
matter what style of dress you have planned for this great dress occasion you can find here just what you want.
sum at $10.00
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FROM $4.98 TO 14.95
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Discussed at Meeting Held at Mt. Washington Tuesday Evening Another Meet-
SUITS AT $19.75
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Citizens of Bardstown, Buechel
and Mt. Washington met in a big
mass meeting at the latter place
Tuesday evening and urged the use
of the Bardstown road as a part of
Lincoln Boulevard, which is to run to
the old Lincoln homestead and Mammoth Cave. Another way that is
ibeiug worked for by enthusiastic
supporters is the old L. & N. pike.
A meeting will be held at Klizabeth-towSaturday to urge this route to
Flans were taken at Mt. Washington meeting to improve the Bardstown road atd put it in a
condition in order that the committee will select it, when the time
comes to take definite action. Citizens along the route will subscribe to
a fund to be added to the Fiscal
Court appropriations for the purpose
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FROM $2.98 TO $9.75
The richest of wool dress fabrics, combined with
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of improving the:ike.
Another matter decided upon at
the conference, which was attended
several hundred enthusiastic citizens, was to show the directors of
Louisville Railay Company that the
proposed extension of the Fern Creek
line isn't prohibitive, as has been dework will
clared. This "show-me- "
be in charge of a committee appointed some time ago by E. C. Roy,
president of the Buechei Commercial
Club, which, with other organizations
in adjoining towns, is making life
merry for the railway company in
promoting the extension. The conference last night indorsed the
proposition sprung at the Buechel
meeting to employ an engineer to
make a survey and estimate of the
cost of this extension and show the
directors of the railway company
that the improvement will not cost
more than $50.000 a mile, with an extra $50,000 for a bridge. While the
railway people have madeno attempt to put an estimate on mileage
other than to declare it prohibitive,
thev have held that the bridge would
Store Third Floor.
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experienced in raising
the remainder. 'J'he new building
will be a
It is plan.'.lix.so feet in dimensions.
ned to have it completed by he midJohnson
iculty will be
n inny o pnun
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It would be impossible to do justice here to the many clever creations in Silk Dresses that have been evolved for Easter wear. The
wide range of weaves, designs and colorings in taffeta, messaline, foulard and pongee silks, made up in so many entirely different and attractive models is beyond adequate description.
New Silk Dresses
The wonder is how they can be produced for so little money.
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