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15he Breckenridge News.
WEDNESDAY, NOV 0, 1912
Entered at tlio Post Offliceat Cloverport, Ky
as second class matter.
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Amiel Pate was home Sunday.
Marcus Miller nas gone to Tell City.
Miss Jeannette Bum spent Monday
Miss Margaret Bum spent Monday
Mrs. Harry C. Gans went to Louis
. Miss Margaret Sklllman is in Louis
ville this week.
Dr. HUllary Boone, of Louisville,
was here Sunday.
" Dr. E. C. McDonald has returned
home from Louisville.
i LOCAL BREVITIES 1
;, Miss Susie Black, of Holt, is the
guest of Miss Lucy Hall.
Mrs. Harry Newsom entertains the
Friday afternoon Club this week.
Mrs. Frank English spent last week
at her country home at Sklllman.
Mrs. A. Y. Ford, of Louisville, has
been the guest of Mrs. J. C. Nolto.
High-grade millinery in pattern and
tailored hats at Mrs. Jas. Cordrey's.
.Miss Blondie Ball, of Chenault, is
jjfsiting her sister, Mrs Ella Jordan.
' Get in line with the advertisers and
K-use the Breckenrldge News columns.
See the bride and groom married In
it balloon at the celebration, Nov. 15.
Hear the Women's Rights lecture and
see the Dude at the celebration Nov. I3.
June Lawson, of Lewlsport, was the
guest of Miss Susette Sawver Sunday.
Mrs. George Bentley, of Hawesville,
This is to announce the open
ing of my grocery business.
Your patronago will bo appre
ciated. This week tho follow
ing items may bo had for cash:
Granulated Sugar, 18 lbs. $1
Lard, Vissmons, - - 16c
2 Cans Corn .- - 15c
Lenox Soap, 7 bars, - 25c
Ivory Soap, 6 bars, - 25c
64s Delivered Promptly
spent Friday with Mrs. James Cbrd
rey. Virgil A. Babbage came home from
Lexington-Tuesday to cast his first
The most reasonable prices for milli
nery can be found at Mrs. James Cord
rey's. For anything in building material
and building hardware. Marion Weath
erholt. Mrs. Nancy Ferry is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Homer Dawley in Lou
isville. Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Squires and
children, of McQuady, were here last
T. J. Whitfield, a progressive young
school teacher, is teaching at Tar
A new arrival ot hats at Mrs. Cord
rey's Special orders made and filled
Mrs. L B Perkins and Miss Vir
ginia Harris went to Louisville Mon
Miss Mamie DeHaven went to Lou
isville Friday to visit her brother, Dr.
"Banty" Hayden spent Sunday in
Cannelton and returned to the English
Mrs. Frank Mattlngly has returned
home from a delightful visit in Deca
tur and Maroa, 111.
Attend the Fourth of July celebra
tion Friday evening, Nov. 15. Peanuts
and pink lemonade.
Contracting, carpentering, painting,
concreting, house moving, roofing.
Miss Mildred Babbage left Monday
for Louisville to spend & week with
Miss Addie Fairleigh.
Misses Eva and Edith Plank went to
Louisville Saturday to see "Little
Women" at Macauley's.
Mrs. Oscar Miller, of Owensboro,
has behn the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Ernest O. Cottrell.
Mrs. H. A. Evans, of Louisville, was
the guest of Mrs. John D Babbage
Wednesday and Thursday.
The Ladles Reading Club will be en
tertained at "The Castle" t tomorrow
afternoon by Mrs. Mattlngly.
Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Versailles,
arrived Monday evening to visit her
mother, Mrs. John D. Gregory.
Wanted 5000 feet No. 1 common
and better 2 in. thick poplar 10, 12 and
14 feet long. Marlon Weatherholt.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hofllous and son,
Elmer, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. McGlnnls In Evansville Sunday.
Vivian and Fred Pierce, of Louis
ville' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pferce, of
West Point, were at Rose Hill Sunday.
William Glasscock and James
Bowlds, of Axtel, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Jas. May in this city Sunday and Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Squires and
daughter, Kathleen, were guests of
Mr, and Mrs. Julius Dutschke at Holt
Mr, and Mrs. Jas. Younger and
daughter, Eudora, of West Point,
were guests of Mrs. John D. Babbage
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Barclay Donald
son, of Bowling Green, have been vls
itintr her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Only a few more days until the hunt
ing season opens. I can furnish you
your shells and hunting license. Ma
Miss Elsie Baanon, of Eddyville, who
has been the popular young visitor of
her sister, Mrs. Joe Sawyer, returned
home Saturday night.
This to th most dlra,ble time of the
year to paint. I earry uncomplete line
of house paints and interior finishes.
Huse Alexander, of Mook, has re
cently purchased eighteen acres of
dark tobacco of Pllo Brothers at Mook
for f 14E0, lumping trade.
Miss Fronnle Dean has returned
home from a two month's stay in Lou
isville where she had a delightful time
at the home of her uncle, Mr. Robert
Misses Fannie and Hnllie Brown,
Misses Isabollc and Annie Hendrick,
Misses Louise nnd Eliza Taylor and
Prof. Maxey, of Hardinsburg, were
among those who attended the Basket
Ball game at C. II S. Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ross and two sons and
daughter, Miss Donna, arrived from
Texas Friday to make Cloverport their
home. Mr. Ross is tho brother of John
A. Ross and Mrs. Ross is the sister of
James B Kandall of this city. Mr.
Ross has a position with the L , II. &
St. L. R. R.
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE.
Will sell cheap good five-horsepower
Falrbanks-riorse engine which
has Jusf been thoroughly overhauled
and Is In flrstcla s condition. In
quire of JAMES TAQUE, Clover
Misses Maggie and Claudia Bandy
were in Louisville Saturday.
Mr. G. N. Lyddan was in Louisville
Thursday purchasing a car load of
cattle which he will feed for the spring
Mrs. John Shaw, of Hardinsburg, at
tended the Sunday School Institute
which met here Tuesday.
Miss Meda Ditto, of Hardinsburg,
spent Tuesday here attending the Sun
day School Institute.
Lonnie Parks, of Webster, was in
Dutch Meyrs, of Big Spring, was in
Miss Jessie Brady is in Louisville
for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Tony
McCoy and Mr. McCoy.
The Young People's Christian So
ciety met Friday evening at the Pres
Miss Minnie Fullenwlder has re
turned to her home at Little Bend aft
er a visit to her sister, Mrs. James
Mrs. L K. May spent the past week
at Bewleyville attending the series of
meetings in progress there at the
Mrs. La Rue Cox and Miss Kathar.
ine Cox are at home after a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ditto in Louis
ville. Mrs. Jennie Calloway, of Louisville,
is visiting Dr. and Mrs. L. B. More,
The Masonic Lodge recently organ
ized here has a membership of about
fifty with the number still increasing.
For the time being the lodge will occu
py the second floor of the Irvlngton
Miss Essie Kendall has returned
from Garnettsville where she attended
the Walker-Patterson wedding.
The heavy rain which fell early
Thursday evening prevented much of
the "Hallowe'en" sport which is usually
indulged in here.
ALL KINDS OF WORK
known to modern Dentistry science
is done here. Whatever Is best fit
ted to your case and pocket book
will be explained to you. Whether
CROWN OR PLATE WORK
you may feel confident of the best
possible "grade at lowest prices
which first-class work can be done for
W. A. WALKER, Pentist
HardlMburf , Ky.
Office ovw Haictry
GOOD farm mure to sell or exrlmngo for
tnnru mule. Itobortson llroi.. Hnrdlnt
For Sale Residence.
RKSIDRNOK FOR PALH-Six roomi. tin.ll.
Inith. furnnco and j?m nnd three porches.
For jmrtlculnrs write Mrs. O. V. IlubljiiRC,
For Sale Lot.
FOIl SAI.EOno Lot containing 1M ncrcs
odnnd with two homes nnd one black
smith shop In LodlburR. Ky. Uood buttlneM
point for further Information cull on or
address Thomas Kobcrj:son, Lodtburft, Ky
Wanted Man with Small Family
XANTKI Man wlili small family to work
y on form; good house furnished. J. R
Kins Irvlngton, Ky.
FOIt SALE A 15 horso power stationery
Gas Kniilno; Wntklns mike, to good re
pair. ItreckcnrldRQ News. Cloverport, Ky.
FOUSALR Deeds, MortRaitesund all kinds
of leRal blanks. BrcckcnrldRo Nuws,
$50.00 TO S100.00 A MONTH
For your spare time Experience, not need
ed. Want an active man In this locality.
To Introduce us to your friends. We pay
largest cash benefits when sick, Injured,
nnd at death, for smallest cost. Free-Insurance
and Cash-Bonus offer to first ap
plicant from this place. Write quick for
THE 1-L-U 835, Covintfton, Ky.
Irvington Society was delighted
with the program rendered Thursday
evening by Roy E. Bendell, and is look
ing eagerly forward to the second of
this series of entertainments which is
to be given on the evening of Decem
Mrs. C. C. Smith and Miss Nelle
Kathleen Smith are spending several
days shopping in Luuisville this week.
Mrs. L. H. Jolly will assist with the
music for the Arbor Day exercises to
be conducted at the school Friday, No
vember 15, the MandolInClub will ren
der several selections. It is desired
that each family in the town and com
munity furnish a tree for planting.
The School Improvement League
will bold its next meeting Friday after
noon, November 8th at 3:15. The pub
lic is most cordially invited.
R. B. McGlothlan spent Monday
and Tuesday in Louisville.
A change of hats is a delight that
one can well afford to indulge in and
every woman needs, at least, two good,
becoming hats a season. Let me have
your order My prices are ones you
can reach Miss Laura Hale.
Mrs. Ed. Monahan and Master Roy
Monahan returned Monday from a vis
it to relatives in Glen Dean.
Miss Eva Carrigan returned Tues
day from a visit to relatives in Bran
denburg. Mrs. Will Gardner, of Stephensport,
attended the Sunday School meeting
Mrs. Albert Ashcraft and Master
Wallace Ashcraft were week end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bell at
Mrs. A. D. Pulliam and Miss Ida
Pulllam returned Friday rrom Boone
vllle, Ind., where they were guests of
Mrs. Pulllam's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Geo. Neil and family,
of Guston, attended church services
here Sunday and were dinner guests
of Miss Eva Carrigan.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the Baptist church will hold its regu
lar monthly meeting at the church
Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 13. All the
women of tho congregation are urged
to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Perclval Henderson
write from Buckeye, Texas that they
are delighted with their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Henderson and
family, who for the past ten years have
been located In Beverly, Mass , a sub
urb of Boston, are now enroute by sea
from Boston to Galveston; they are
now locating at Buckeye, Texas where
Mr. Henderson will have charge of a
larire nursery and ranch.
Rev. Mr. E. O. Cottrel. of Clover
port, was here Tuesday.
Rev. Mr. W. U. Jones, pastor of the
Baptist church, was called by tele
phone to the bodside of his father Tues
day evening, and the holding of the
Sunday School Institute was postponed
Mrs. Bently, of Boonevllle, Ind., is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. D. Pul
liam and Mr. Pulliam.
Daisy Fltzhugh Ayers In her Washing
ton letter to the Courier-Journal of Nov. 3
says: "Miss Margaret Peyton, of Har
dinsburg, Is visiting her cousin, Miss
Louise Aud at Herndon, Va,, near
Mr. Crafton Cunningham Is doing ex
cellent work In tfae L. T. School at
We are showing the latest creations in
We carry a line for your inspection
that we are sure will please.
Tans, Gun Metal, Vici,
Box Calf Lace and
Ladies' Men's, Boys and Girls',
School and Dress wear.
Let US Show You"
HEAVY WORK SHOES
J. C. NOLTE & BRO.
Friends and patrons I have sold my
business to IVlr. L, Gibson and will
be here with him for a week or ten
.days when I will leave the dear old
town of Cloverport. I regret very
much to leave and thank you one
and all for your patronage and re
spects shown my place. Hr. Gibson
is going to run the business on the
same style and plan as I have and I
trust you will all continue to pat
ronize him. I guarantee that he will
appreciate the favor and do all in
his power to please you. Again
thanking you all, I am your friend,
. eJ. tSKUVVfM
MANY WOMEN CARRY
This bank lias opened a "Women's Department, that is, wo
are delighted to have women depositors. Wo know that wo
men are better financiers than men, but they havo nevor had an
opportunity to devolopo their talent or tuvii)fr aud iiiunafrinjj
tho funda of tho household. Men havo come first in making
bank deposits and looking after tho cash.
But tho list of women who arc taking advantage of tho
conveniences of banking facilities is growing and wo two pleased
to have our bank as their depository.
Wo cordially invito all women to carry their accounts with
FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvington, Ky.
J. C. PAYNE, Cashier
Beechmont, this Is his Sophmore year
and his last report he had made the
highest average In his class with one
exception nd with that pupil he tied.
We are always glad to see our boys
and girls making success In their
Mrs. Tom Gregory, of Garfield, will
be sent by the W. M. U. of Brecken
rldge County Association to the uieet
lnir of the General Association of Bap
tists of Kentucky to be held at Madi-
sonvllle Nov. I3.
Master Jack Board spent the week
end in Hardinsburg visiting his aunt,
Mrs. C. L. Beard and family.
Mrs. D. W. Henry and Mrs. Susie
Warfleld, of Macon, Georgia, have re
turned from a visit to relatives in
It is greatly desired by the promot
ers of Arbor Day throughout Kentucky
that on that day tree be planted on all
-w w -m -r -m. t to
public property, on streets of towns,
along public roads; by thus doing not
only beautify the country but prepare
the way to bring riches mto the store
house of the old Commonwealth. Se
lect a nice tree or two and join in tho
(J mi Louisville livening Post
f nil and Breckenridgo News
-r .w w or
one year $3.50.
Gibson In Business.
Announcement is made in this issue
thai S. J. Brown has sold his confec
tionary and bakery to Larkln Gibson.
Mr, Gibson will be assisted by Mrs.
Gibson and Miss Fronnie Dean. The
people wish that he will enjoy the sue
cess that Mr, Brown did iu this city.