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The Breckenridge news. (Cloverport, Ky.) 1876-1955, July 27, 1910, Image 8

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Mrs will May who has been the
guest of relatives in Hardinsburg came
up Wednesday for a visit to her sister
Mrs S P Parks Later she will go
to Brandenburg for the rest of the sum
mer before returning to her home In
Anaconda Montana
Miss Eva Gaines will return to
Fords vl11 e today after spending the
week in town with Miss Jessie Brady
Mrs Namie1 Wathen left lriday
for a weekend stay with friends In
Miss Mary Alexander who has had
music training under Mrs Louis H
Jolly for the past two years has been
highly commended by Miss Cornelia
Overstreet Miss Mary was In Louis
t ville last week for a few days while
there she played for Miss Overstreet
and that eminent artist manifested
keen appreciation of the work she had
ti Mrs Nora Board and two children
Jack and Helen will leave next week
I for a stay of several days the guests of
Mrs Ed Foote In Owensboro
Miss Margaret Peyton of Hardins
burg is spending a few days the guest
of Miss Susie Bandy
Miss Evelyn Herndon will have as
her guest this week Miss May Tydings
of Louisville A number of social
functions have been planned for Miss
Tydings while visiting in the city
Mrs A D 1 Pulliam who has been In
Evansville the past month with her
sister arrived home Sunday
T N McGlothlan and sister Miss
L B McGlothlan who have been at
Dawson Springs for over two weeks
E are expected home this week
W R Hensley of Louisville was
in town last week
Mrs Robert Bell delightfully enter
tained a few of her friends Wednesday
afternoon in honor of Miss Beulah Rice
the guest of Mrs S T Rice Dainty
refreshments were served and an en
joyable time was spent by all
Rev A P Lyons conducted the
quarterly meeting services at theI I
Methodist church Wednesday preach
ing two good sermons Several mem I
hers of the mandolin club assisted with
the music I
R Miss Eliza Piggott returned yester 4
day from Owensboro where she visited I
Mrs Mary Wathen for several days
Miss Eva Payne who has been visit
ing her aunt Mrs Tom Dowell In
Louisville returned home last week
C F Meadow left Friday for a sev
eral weeks business trip In New Mex
If the best is not too good for you
Lewlsport Best flour Is the flour you
ought to use
Mr and Mrs John Akers and daugh
ter Florence spent Wednesday In
Louisville on a shopping tour
Miss Bettie Taylor of Custer was
a visitor of Mr and Mrs H B Head
for a few days last week
Miss Clara Warfield of Macon Ga
and Hazel Richardson of Branden
burg are the geests of Miss Mary
Henry for a week
A garden party was given Tuesday
evening by Miss Jessie Brady in honor
of her visitor Miss Eva Gaines The
garden was beautifully decorated in
Japenese lanterns with all kinds of
seats swings and hammocks Those
present were Misses Nellie Smith
Willa Drury Claudia and Maggie
Bandy Claire Jolly Eva Herndon
Eva and Mabel McGlothlan Messrs
Harry Coniff Adam Cooper Dr Hil
ray Boone Jimmie Watllngton Poin
Galloway Robert Lyons Clarence
Westerfield Ernest Ashcraft Hubert
Lyons and Johnnie Johnson
Mrs Nellie Marhall gave a twelve
oclock dinner Thursday at her home
on Woodland Avenue In honor of Miss
Bessie Lay who is the guest of Mrs
G T Marshall
Mrs J M Tydings who has been the
guest of Miss Emily Munford on the
Hights to has returned to Louisville
Miss Bessie Lay and little brother
Ralph Lay arrived last week for a
stay of a week with her aunt Mrs G
T Marshall
Mrs Forest Van Meter is expected
this week from Chicago where she will
be the guest of her mother Mrs Allie
Claycomb AlIleI I
Miss Emily Munford entertained the It
following guests at a dinner party I I
Friday Mrs J M Herndon and
mother Mrs Annie Herndon of Enid 11
Dklahoma Dr and Mrs LaRne Helm I
of Lexington Mrs JM Tydings of
I tana Louisville and Mrs Will May of Mon
tanaMrs Mary Brown of Lewisport has
been the guest of relatives for several
Miss Katie Musselman Is spending
this week in Louisville with her uunt
Mrs Pomp McCoy
James Arnold spent Sunday In
Hawos villa with friends
Mrs MaryC Heston of Hardins
burg was the guest of her daughter
Mrs J H Payne last week
Miss Ola Kirknm of near Middleton
Indiana came last week to be the
guest of the Misses Cowley at their
country home
Miss Lydia McGehee arrived Friday
from Tegelton Miss where she has
been staying for the past six months
and is visiting her parents Mr and
Mrs F H McGehee
Mr and Mrs E F Alexander and
and children spent Sunday at Medora
the guests of Mr and Mrs W F
Mrs Foster Harder and baby of
Cloverport spent Friday In the city
with relatives
Mrs Harold Huff of Louisville came
Saturday for a stay of several days
with her cousin Mrs Charlie Chapin
The young men of the town gave a
delightful hay ride Saturday evening
for the visitors of the town Those
who enjoyed the ride were Misses
Eva Gaines of Fordsville Nell Smith
Evelyn Herndon Claim Jolly Eva and
Mabel McUlothlan Jessie Brady Mrs
Newsom Gardner Mrs Grace Conover
of Owensboro Messrs Harry Gans
Adam Cooper Robert Lyons Harry
Con I ff Johnnie Johnson Ken Ferry
W R Hensley and E H Ashcraft
Born to the wife of Rev A J Adair
Sunday July 23 a fine girl
Misses May and Blanche Claycomb
of Louisville are expected to arrive
this week to be the guests of Mrs Nel
lie Marshall
Mrs J J Allen after a two weeks
rieit to Mr and Mrs T C Matthews
left for Lor home in Louisville Sunday
A Deserved Vacation
Miss Lena Payne assistant cashier
of the Two States Bank at Stephens
port has gone to Big Springs to visit
This is Miss Paynes first vacation from
the bank in seven years She is a very
efficient business woman
Beard Bros will give their Colt Show the Second
Day Of the Fair All those having suckling colts Ii I i
from Highland Glenworth Chester Crest Sportingr
Boy and Jack John and want to show them have them
broke to halter We will give everyone of our custo k II
mers a pass in the Fair that day who has a colt to showk k
Yours RespectfullI I
BEARD BROS Hardinsburg Ky
Mrs J W Mercer is on the sick list
Mr and Mrs Silas Jagger formerly
of St Louis Mo but now of Louisville
vIsited her brother Mr J Willis Sun
dayBorn t
Born to Mrs L J Dent July 16 a
fine girl
Frank Willis of Kingswood Ky is
visiting his brother J W Willis
The revival Is now In progress con
ducted by Ream and Kell Hardln
Miss Ruth WarJ of Louisville isvisit
Ing Misses Annie Mercer May and
Calla Ross
Mr and Mrs Owen Gillinwater of
Bewleyville visited Mr and Mrs Chas
Priest Sunday
Mr and Mrs ThUman Lockard of
Custer spent Sunday with her parents
Mr and Mrs Jno Legrand
Misses Effie and Blanche Comer vis
ited Mrs W E Basham Sunday
Bethel Local Union of the F E C
U of A gave an ice cream supper Sat
nrday to Its members and neighboring
Verda Johnson of Guston spent Sat
urday night with his cousin Oscar Ad
Mr and Mrs Preston Milburn of
Custer spent Saturday night and Sun
day with her mother Mrs Lee Beard
Mrs J Will Dent and granddau
ghter Jessie Lee Foote of Irvington are
visiting her sister Mrs James Priest
this week
If the best is not too good for you
Lewisport Best flour Is the flour you
ought to use
Want to Hear Much
Dear Mr Babbage you will find en
closed my check for 100 for the News
But please dont leave out Irvington
I Big Spring and Custer items Arthur
Breckenridge Suter Highland Park
Back to Railroad
To assume his new duties as city
cityI I
ticket agent for the Southern Railway
in Louisville a position to which he
was recently appointed Harry H
Board will leave Lexington Friday for
the Falls City Mr Board has been
the efficient and popular manager of
the Postal Telegraph Companys office
in this city since March 1 but resigned
recently to go with the Southern
While his friends here regret his de
parturo his new position is more in
line with his previous experience as
he was formerly with the Southern
and also with the Henderson Route as
ticket agent before coming to Lexing
Mrs Board went to her home in La
Grange Ky Monday to remain there
for a short visit with her relatives and
until they could obtain a suitable lo
cation in Louisville when they will go
to housekeepingLexington Herald I
Miss Georgia Burton of r Mystic re I
turned home Sunday after visiting
relatives in the neighborhood for say d
eral weeksg
Miss Sadie Bennett of High Plains
is speending week with her aunt
Mrs Nell Bennett
Mrs W G Hardaway and family
of West Point are visiting at Thos Pt i t
HardawaysI I
recently spent a week with Miss Ina
McCoyClint i
Clint Dowell has returned from Eliza A
beth town much improved in health
Hehas been under the care of Dr
If the best is not too good for you
LewUport Best flour is the flour you
ought to use
Jim Childs of Brandenburg and 1
John N Tucker of High Plains were
at C H Drurys last week In stock
Rev Winchell filled the pulpit well
at the Baptist church Sunday
1a 1
a visitor at Chas H Drurys Monday
If the best Is not too good for you
Lewisport Best flour is the flour you
ought to use
usel l
Gfaidr n Cry
Is at its height We have sold a lot of Goods at Real Bargain 1
Prices this past week We still have Bargains for you all All
we ask is that you
We make the price suit you regardless of cost We guaran
tee to save you from 200 to 300 on every 500 purchase Come 1
and see if we dont back our guarantee with the goods and i if
e IJ1
prices Only 20 Days more Come and get your choice while i
the stock lasts L
L A JOLLY Irvington Ky I

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