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V6 Breckenridge News
7 WEDNESDAY, DEC 4, 1912
trel at the Tout Offllce At Cbfcrport, Ky
ah second clam mutter
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A Mrs. I.lzzie Gcer went to Jivansvillc
Ifn V.iri TTnr.llfl (Mlt to IlnHUlell
-Mrs. William Gibson went to Louis-
Mr. and Mrs. Wickliffe Dellaven arc
'in Portsmouth, Va.
, Mrs. Harry Gans will entertain the
girls' Club Friday afternoon.
I Mrs. John D. Gregory has-,beeu very
:ill during the last week.
f Mrs. Foster Heyser is ill of pneu
monia at her home in this city.
tvt.co T.iTTin Stillttinii Is visititur Mr.
faud Mrs. James Skillman In Louisville.
Mr. Scott Simmer, of TNickerson,
"Kans., is the guest of Miss Claudia
Presbvterian church sale begins Thurs-
."day, December 12, at 2 p. m. in Oelze's
' Tiiol TVTnv rf Vnrf Monroe. Va..
was the guest of Miss Bertha Smith
'' Mrs". Fannie Philips, of Pellville, was
t tlie guest of her sister, Mrs. Lou Sahlie,
2y'Mr. Will Bowmer, of Louisville, spent
- Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
sW. H. Bowmer.
fMrs. Courtnev Babbace has returned
iiofie from Sorirho after a visit to Miss
Pierce has returned home
from Glen Dean, where lie spent a week,
it. ..... rxt "Mjoo Tlnicv Dpnll.
rAu: guni u .woo ...
1 Mr. and Mrs. Seam Arington and
children, of Pellville.were guests of their
aunt, Mrs. Lou Sahlie, last week.
,Mrs. Linsey Kidgeway and Mrs. S. H.
Ridgeway, of Shepherdsville, are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ridgeway,
Don't fail to attend Ernest Hender
son's sale next Wednesday. Big lot of
fine stock to sell and 3,000 bushels of
D. S. Richardson, Union Star, returned
from Louisville Wednesday accompanied
by his granddaughter, Miss Virginia
Mrs. Ella Dowden Gregory and
daughter, Miss Dorothy, have returned
to Brandenburg after a visit to Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Tanner were
guests of honor at a beautiful dinner
"given Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Payne.
For Sale A very fine Remmingtou
double-barrel shotgun, with two sets of
barrels, 12 gauge. Will sell cheap. S.
iH. McCrackcn, railroad shops.
Dr. Henry Kurtz came down from
Lakeland to spend Thanksgiving with
this children at Webster. He looks fine
and says he is enjoying good health.
At the law office of V. G. Babbage, in
tk main point is not looks, although
- t)M Improvement In anybody's teeth
sickly catches the eye but greater
9lwa your teeth are made sound and
MtMdftud all (mlseing ones replaced
Itfeen your food Is mote e&slly raastl-
I, thereby putting an end to In-
tlon and dyspepsia,
W, A. WALKER, Dentist
FLEEING FROM CONSTANTINOPLE IN PANIC
PANIC-STRICKEN Inhabitants of Constantinople with their household
effects before the great mosquo of Sultan Sulelmanleh, ready to fleo
from the city at tho approach of the Balkan armies
Cloverport, you can have accurately
drawn, acknowledged, signed and de
livered any deed, mortgage, contract or
other instrument of writing. Special at
tention given to the collection of notes,
bills, accbuuts, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon McGavock an
nounce the marriage of their sister,
Lucy Florence, to Zack T. Hardin on
Wednesday, January the first, nineteen
hundred and thirteen. Cloverport,
Miss Claycomb And Mr. McCoy
Service Announced For Meth
odist Sunday School-Other
W J Stlth. of Louisville, is visiting
his son, William Stlth and family.
By Bandy and daughter, Annie Lee,
of Kind's wood, came up Saturday and
remained until Monday. By preached
In Methodist church Sunday evening.
Mrs. Horace Albright, husband and
daughter attended burial of her moth
er, Mrs. McDonald t Buck Grove,
Sunday. The mother was 00 years old.
Edgar Hardaway and Wathen Drury
left Tuesday via St. Tjouis for Los An
geles and Frisco, California. As a
parting salutation the boys of the
neighborhood gave a stag supper at the
Keith House on Monday night in honor
of Edgar and Wathen.
Misses Rena mid Lillian Mdrgnn, of
Brandenburg. Misses Ada Stith and
Bessie Foote and Edgar HarHaway
'made a pleasant Thanksgiving party at
the home of Chas. H. Drury.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Corby, after a ten
days' visit to Ben McCoy, he old home,
returned to Lakeland Saturday.
Miss Eula Claycomb and Clint Mc
Coy wero united In marriage at the
home of the bride, Nelson G. Clay
comb's, on Sunday afternoon. Kev. L.
K. May ofllclating.
W. A. Stith and family, of Guston,
attended services here Sunday and
spent the remainder of the day at the
C. H. Drury home.
Miss Minnie Stith of Washington
City, is expected home for the holidays.
Thus Ditto and -wife, of Louisville,
have returned home after a two weeks'
visit with John Cox, W. C. Jolly and
other relatives. Mr. Ditto bugged
quite a good deal of game while here.
There will be a Christmas service at
the Methodist church by the Sunday
school ou Dec 32 at 10 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Milt Brown, of Haw&s
vllie, have been to Holt to see the little
girl of Jas. Dejarpette. Dr. Baker was
called to see her. She is ill of pneu
monia. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Hall,
Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Asklns and two
children went to Evansvllle this week
visit Will McQuady nnd Jas. Reardon.
Israel Holder went to Louisville last
week with a large amouat of stock.
Thos. Flood, of Holt, is building n
nsw barn on the pi ce he bought from
Mrs. Gross. ,
Rev. Jarboe and Kev. Ed. Hughes
are holding a revival at Holt chapel. It
closed Sunday night. Ten were con
verted. Mr. Julius Dutschke, Holt, took his
wife, to Louisville Monday for medical
treatment. She has been afllicted with
rheumatism for over a year.
Mrs. Roberts returned from Louis
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Robertson, Jeff
D. Owen and Mls3 Hoskins returned
from Louisville Monday.
S. W. Davis, Mystic, returned frcm
W. J. Schopp, Stephensport, was
made a Shriner along with G. W. Mc
Crehry at Louisville lasi week.
Resolutions of Respect to
The Memory of Our De
ceased Friend, G. L. Bandy,
Who Died July 14, 1912.
The silver chord has loosened and
the golden bowl broken, the dust has
returned to the earth and the spirit of
God who gave It. The angel of death
made a call at the door of our camp,
and the recording angel wrote: "Well
done, thy good and faithful servant en
ter thou Into the joys of thy Lord for
ever!" Therefore, be it resolved, that we
point with pride to his noble character
and bis clean Christian life, and that
we emulate his Integrity and his de
votion to every duty devolving upon
him as a man and Woodman. Way wo
also live that when the summons conies
to us we may join him In the Head
Camp above where we all expecj. to ar
rive when the summons conies.
Be It further resolved, that in his
death this camp has lost a true and
faithful servant, the church a devoted
Christian, his family a loving husband
and father, and the community a good
Be it further resolved, that this camp
extends its heartfelt sympathy to tho
family and friends in their sad bereav
nient, and that a copy of these resolu
tions be spread on tl.e minutes, a copy
sent to each of our county papers for
publication and a copy sent to the
C.B. &.O.T. Skillman
ltopreeonting tho sumo sovon
time tried companies that
paid over $60,000 of tho loss
in our big firo of 1901 with
out a single kick.
For Sale Shot Gun
A VERY fine HnmlnKtondonl)lo-bnrrol stiot
Run with two utta of barrels! 12 rimroi
will sell cheap. H. II. McOrnckon, It. H. Shops
I e JEWEL RIrId Gold cane Watch, open
" face. Lov.pnor near tho Ilnrdtn nlnce
at Holt. Keward If returned to Hinder I'ate
at Cloverport Hotel, OlotTfport, Ky.
ON llnrdlrmburtt Pike, a liluo sweater with
whlto letter I. Itcturn to J. II. Randall,
For Sale Storehouse.
COIt SALEOno two-story frame dwelling
In tlio town of Mooleyvllle, Ky,, on Ste
plici sport ami Concordia road, with II vo
r ima it t H n v t( frwtt aliiiiiniiln ifinlnj
show cases and all flxturoi ready for use,
J. I) CunnlnRlium, Chcimult, Ky.
For Sale House and Lot
HAVIN(iouRhta farm and will move on
It Jan. I. 1U13. I will oiler for sale my
lioinu and lot In I-vliiRton. A nyono minting
property In u Rood. live town cut) buy a bar
gain from inc. I, T. Klrtley. IrtlriKton, Ky.
plIIMG SAM?, Monday. tlocrmbcr 2. to
' lilKlttst bidder, liorso. mud, mum, milch
cow, wagon, hoas, household furniture.
loiin.l. Ankln, ulsii Dean, Ky.
cnVEHALeood farm miins for sale or cr--'
cluitiRo fur man- mules ltobertson iV.
Heard. HardlnsburK, Ky.
FOK SALE A 1! lior'-e power stjtlontry
Oa Knitlne; Watklns mike, la Rood ro
pair HreckinrldRii News. Cloverport, Ky.
poHSALE-Deeds, MortRBRcs and all kinds
' of k'Rul blanks. lircckunrldRe News,
members of his family
Irvington Camp 11020 Modern Wcodmen
I H. Trent,
Com O. A Dowell,
LL. T. Kirtley.
Notice to Tnose Who Write
For The Breckenridge News
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Breckenridge News kindly take pains
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reasonable size. Wrapping paper is
not convenient to handle on a type
case or desk. Always sign name.
Mrs. Smith, of Mobile, Ala., and B.
F. Parr, of Benton, 111., who were
called here by the' serious Illness of
their mother, Mrs. Mahala Parr, have
Ffcturned to their respective homes
Mrs. Parr's condition is very greatly
Miss Mary Brumficld entertained at
her home Saturday evening.
M. W. Cauthon, of Louisville, has
returned after a hunting trip in this
section. He was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Bruner.
Miss Virginia Helm Milner, who is
attending The Girls' High School in
Louisville, spent several days Includ
ing Thanksgiving with her parents,
Dr. Wm. Milner and Mrs Milner.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Herrmann, of
Tell City, were week end guests of .Mr
and Mrs. Jabez Haynes, near town.
Dr. Milner was In Louisville Thurs
day and Friday where he attended the
banquet given by the Shrinars at the
Miss Laura Hugh Watlington, who is
attending Tho Girls' High School in
Hardlnsburg, spent several days with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Koland Wat
lington. News was received here last week of
the death of Mrs. Andrew McAfee at
her home In West Virginia, of tuber
culosis. Real Wedding Feast.
Tho wedding of Abls Horourts, tho
flftecn-ycar-old son of tho Rabbi at
Mlclec, with Fraulln Teindel Weiss,
who is Just seventeen, took place tho
other day, nt tho houso of tho lattr'a
father In Szaploncza, In Hungary. Four
thousand guests wero invited to tho
wedding banquet, which vaa spread
In the open air and lasted with Inter
vals for dancing for twenty-four hours.
Tho provisions prepared wero suffi
cient to victual a liner, and included
6 cwt. of beef, 2 cwt. of veal, 4
cwt, of fish, 1,120 fowls, 120 geese, 86
turkeys, 1 cwt. of almonds, 2 cwt. of
sugar, m. tons of flour. The company
consumed in drink 160 gallons of red
wine, 220 gallons of white wine, 800
gallons of beer, and over 200 of bran
dy. BUILDING MINERS' Y. M. C. A.
WhlteBburg, Ky. An up-to-date mi
ners' Y, M. C. A. building la being
erected in Burdlne, a suburb of Jen
kins, the industrial center, and will be
opened soon. Miners' Y. M. C. A.'s
are being established in Dunham, Inv
provement and Jlcltoberts, while Jen
kins has had a Y. M. C. A. in opera
tlon for several months.
Preparations dre now going on at
oijr store for a
Santa Claus will
J. C. NOLTE & BRO
THE SAVINGS BANK HABIT
MEANS SOUND SLEEP
Saving softens the pillow. The Savings-Bunk Habit means
sound sleep, good digestion, cool judgment and manly indepen
dence. A Savings-Bank Book is a healthful thing there are
no microbes in it to steal away your peace of mind. It is also
a guarantee of good behavior. Call today and get ours
One dollar opens an account here.
FIRST STATE BANK,
J. C. PAYNE,
w"i i -i
Farm For Sale
Slaving sold a part of my farm, I now offer the balance for
sale, about 1G0 acres. This land lies just outside tho corporate
limits of Hardinsburg, is in a high state of cultivation and mot
all level. Tho improvements consists of 1 two-story dwelling with
cellar, cistern and all necessary outbuildings. 1 four-room tennnt
houso with cistern and outbuildings. 2 comparatively now tobac
co barns, 40x84 ft. 1 stock barn of 10 stalls, tool house, crib
and, everything necessary for a well exuipped farm. Tho price is
right and terms leasonablo on this property.
P. M. BEARD, :: Hardinsburg, Ky
TIMELY SUGGESTIONS FOR THE
The useful, the practical, the desir
able all embraced in 'our gift col-lections.
Goats and Cloaks
For ladies and children.
Suits for men and boys
.make tho useful Christ
Best Make of Shoes
mako a practical gift for
ChrUtmas. Dress shoes
for women, shoes with
btylo for men; comfort
able shoes for tho grow
I. B. RICHARDSON
be with us again!
are always beautiful of
ferings for Christmas.
Men uro pleased to ro
rccoivo them, women de
lighted. Or Maybe
Holiday Hosiery, House
hold Linens, Elegant China
Everything to mako the
homo beautiful for Christ
mas and other attractions
for the Yuletido buyer at
:: Irvington, Ky. I