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V Brackcnridge News
fBDNESDAY, JAN 18, 1913
red lit tlio Post ORIIce at Cloverport, Ky
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23, 7 P.
Behen was in Louisville
Come to McQuady, January
Mrs. Huff, of Owensboro, Is visiting
relatives here. "
" Mrs. Laura Haye9 has arrived here
T-l tj.,...l,lr,e Cmith fiarfinld. WCnt tO
'Mrs. Mary Adkisson, Lodlburg, was
in Webster Thursday,
nr P. w. FVinte. IrvinL'ton. was In
e m Prirn o'rahnmhas been 111 at her
f fibme In Second street.
t H. M. Claycomb, Lodiburg, was here
k Saturdav with tobacco.
gb Miss Martha Miller has returned
home from Owensboro.
Fresh oysters direct from Baltimore
at the English Kitchen.
fjh Attend a real play Thursday at Mc
Quady. January 23, 7 p. m.
Mm nnvid Phnlns will be hostess to
the GirlClub Friday afternoon.
G. W. Eskrldce and Finley Miller
(returned from Owensboro Monday.
Miss Dood Adair, of Hawesville, has
been the guest of Mrs. Harry Gan.s.
Miss Lillian Polk, who sprained her
'ankle Friday, is able to be out again.
LgIrs. Fred Ferry entertained the
'Alles Reading Club last Thursday.
.. . ...
Mr. Otto Fallon, of lerre uaute,
Und., has been home for" a short visit.
Mr Trimes L. Dent. Leitchfield. has
been re-elected Secretary of the State
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ST, JUUIUS J.UUT.U 13 111 niiN 'jr""'" .-.--
Wkt fSnstn.i. He was some better Mon
Ua nresent at the opening of the
New Hall at McQuady, January 23, 7
Miss Annie HendricK ana Mr. oiauae
Me,rcer motored from Hardlnsburg
Mr. Karl Bohler, of C. U. S., has
been absent this week on account of
Dr. John Kincheloe and Mrs. Kinch
eloe, of Hardinsburg, arrived here
Mrs. John Kincheloe, of Hardins-
fc'burg, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. W.
f- Dr. Hilliary Boone.of Louisville,
was the guest of Miss Ray Lewis Hey-
Ed Triolett. Custer, sold his tobacco
,in Louisville last week at very .s&tis
( pirs. Amble Williams Daniels has
returned homo from a very pleasant
visit in Louisville.
Mr. Clinton Buckholz was here from
the South last week the guest of his
sister, Mrs. Ernest Boyd.
Far reduced rated on Dally Courier-
Journal and Uvcnlng Post see T. N.
Mrs. Lucy Grant Gregory is 111 at
her home and has been for sonn-tlmc.
Miss Belle McGnry is nursing her.
Judge Henry Dellaven Moorman,
Hardlnsburg, John Cook and Pete But
ler, Custer, went to Louisville Monday.
Mrs J B. Gibson, Basin Springs,
returned from Hardlnsburg Monday
accompanied by Mrl Humphrey Mar
Mrs. Ed Gregory and three children
went to Addison Monday. They had to
v acute their home on account of the
For further details of the play at
McQuady, January 23 at 7 p m , watch
next week's issue of The Breckenrldge'
t.... v Millar. Holt, has moved to I
this city and occupies his new home COULDN'T CROSS THE
on the hill. Mr. Jamts Hendrick came
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Basham and
daughter, of Hawesville, went to Lodl
burg Monday. They were In the flosded
district, Hawesville, and had to move
Mlsa Lillian Roth has returned to
her home In Cincinnati after a visit to
her aunt; Mrs. Selby McCrackcn &he
is a beautiful yiung girl and was ad
mired by many hero.
Dr. Rafferty and Mrs. RafTerty and
family ha'd to move from their resl
Anncc nn River Street to the apart
ments over Marlon Weatherholt's office
In the Oclze building.
Mrs. Benton Eubapks was at home
to the Girls' Club Thursda; afternoon.
The game Forty-two was played with
red tallies. A luncheon was served on
the tables to the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Bowmer were
guests of their daughter, Mrs. John
Burk in Louisville last week enroute
to St. Petersburg, Florida, where they
will spend the winter.
Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Versailles,
was called to the country home of Mrs.
Cniuimr inch wBik in Vfrpinia to be
with her daughter? Miss Virginia Hud
son, who had an operation on her foot.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Beard, Hardlns
burg, came Monday night to visit her
mother at Union Star, Mrs. D.S. Rich
ardson, who was unable to attend fun
eral of her son, E. A. Richardson, at
Wc arc authorised to announce
JUDOK H. C MURRAY,
of Hardinsburg, as n candidate for Coun
ty Attorney, subject to the action of the
Democratic party at the August Primary.
Tobacco Growers Come to Town
to Look Into The Selling of
Their Crops-Cloverport Ex
cited to See Men On Horse
One hundred and fifty farmers came
to Cloverport yesterday to Interview
Mr. .TohmPhelon In regard to his buy
ing their tobacco. Fifty of the men
came horse-back, others drove in und
walked Cloverport was intensely ex
cited over the arrival of the growers,
but it whs soon quieted when their
business was learned.
?VUi efinf -i nnimlttan n 1fV
XIIU lliuii 00111. iw. in. 1. 1.Vt, -
Phelon to ask him about buying their
crops. He told them he could'nt buy
all their tobacco, thit he had thous
ands of pounds in Europe now that had
not heen sold.
Next week two men will be sent by
Mr. Phelon to look over their crops
and buy all of the weed that he could
afford to buy and give them what It is
wortli Last week a man from Lodl
burg brought down his tobacco. Ho
sold by sample, but when he got here
his crop was so much better than the
sample that Mr. Phelon gave him 1
mote on the hundred.
The tobacco men had a nice day here
yesterday and returned to their homes
Lost- Nose Glasses
I 04T -Pomowhcronn tlio branch railroad,
L nilr nf colli frnmnnenn fflnssi'S In T 1'
Taylor Co , chib Pincler pionio return and
rfotrownru u.i. .1. iiiiorti, irTinmun, ny.
Farm for Sale
FARM North of the railroad half-wav hc
iwern Wulxiter and Lodlburgi one dwoi-UnKr-roomttfiSHCrMoflHnd.
hulf In timber
Kood corn nnd tobneco land. Kor trndn or
sale. Kor further Information nddrcM Ircd
Olaycotnb, l.odtturK, Ky.
For Sale While Plymouth Rock Cocks
FOU8ATK0or8fu1l-Mooded White I'lr
inouth Rock conks, from registered pedi
greed stock. II 0i) each if taken it once
Mrs. Kd ward Ho mo Clo crport. Ky.
WANTED RELIABLE MAN
WANTEDRollable, cnersctlo man to sell
vv Lubricating ollt. urease and paints In
HreckenridRO and tioJcnt rountlci Hamry
or eommh"sion Stetson Oil &.. Uluycland. O
FOR SALE B. P. Rock Cockerels
AtF.W choice P-arrcd Plymouth Hock cock
eieNt no better bird In tin-country; the
cgRH wrro irom no 1 priru ninuiiiK ijuii. iw
cash. Mrt. O L.Charnlurlaln. Irvlnntun. Ry.
SHOP BY MAIL
FOR SALE Double Set Work Harness
ADOlJ LK set of wnrk hnrne In tfood con
dition! w 111 tell cheap. C. I.. Chamber
lain IrvlriRton, Ky
For Sale 30 Acres Timber
MO'TM White- Oak: 1H mllo from Ohio
river. Address W. s. Ashby, Clover
FOR SAI.K--A 15 horc power stationery
Gas Ktwlnot Watklns mike, in good ro
pulr. llrickenrldRP News.. Oiovcrtort. Ivy.
If the high water prevents
you from coming to Clo
verport. All Dry Goods
ordered by Parcel Post
delivered free. Let us
have your order.
RR SA LE Deeds, Mortgages and all kinds
of legal blanks. Hreckcnrldge News,
J. C. NOLTE & BRO.
Cloverport, Kentucky m
Ian age of 'reason'
Muffett's News Items
A Brave Officer.
SherilT Jennie Bowlegs nrrested Alice
Shanks for beating up her husband.
The trouble arohe over vho was boss
of the household. Shanks' face plainly
shows who's boss.
forty four feet.
By Wednesday morning the chief
forecaster estimates the Cairo stage at
"The waters are receding at Pitts
burg, the head of the flood," he said
this morning, ''and the worst is over
along the upper river. With propitious
weather conditions in sight for the re
mairider of the week, the condition i3
Mr. Henderson Marries Miss
Mildred St. Clair Wedding
Quite a Surprise-Other Notes
Registered Poland China llofr,
cither sex. Also 10 or 15 tons
of lirst-clas-s Timothy Hay.
WAGGONER BROS, Cloverport.
No Marriage Licenses.
j A Suit or Overcoat Would Make
la Most Practical Gift to any man
Frank Hendricks was in Cloverport
Sunday the nueht of hisaunt, Mrs.
. r.i.! T.llnfniilnalv. of Owensboro.
is the Kuest'-of her aunt, Mrs. T. J.
Holiday Clearance Sales
Ladies' Cloaks and Men's m
Overcoats ard bound to go. m
Will sell at cost and below cost m
thn she has not issued a single mar
riage license in the jjast three years.
She sajs that business is awful dull in
her office. . '
Miss Eva DeSpang Rives out the
latest on Spring fashions: Light trous-
ets that fit rather closeplain shirt
waist and black coat, green sox and
County Board of Supervisors.
The County Board of Supervisors met
last week. The Board consisted of the
following: Miss-Mume Alwise, Clover
port; Miss Jane Sabine, Hardinsburg;
Miss Lama Damsell, Irvington; and
I Miss Jessie Duplex, Stephensport. The
Board diu some goou work, l neir toiai
raises amounted to $1.9S .
Arrested For Winking.
Miss Irone Rose, our beautiful and
efficient marshal, arrested Dan Boggs
for winking at her the other day. He
was taken before Pol.'ce Judge Mary
justice and 'fined $1 18. Dan says he
didn't mind the J1.-18, but he UateU to
have his facial beauty destroyed with
T. J. Compton was in Bewleyville
last week the guestNof his brother, John
Forrest Claycomb and J. C. Kurtz,
who are spending the winter at Cres
cent Lake, Flu., report a good time
and splendid fishing and hunting.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harper a
twelve pound boy, on January 1).
Thos. McGavock has purchased a
farm near Cloverport and will move
there soon. We regret very much to
lose Mr. McGavock, as he is a good
neighbor and a very desirable citizen,
and will be a good addition to the com
munity to which he goes
Forreit Compton will leave next wetk
to enter the Owensboro Business Col
.the,, desire of every living woman.
!r w no gicater "Key to ims inys-
resim ' mail
to matter how near perfection your
Utieti of beauty may approach. An
imperfect tooth makes an uuhaniion
ious and displeasing effect. It is not
uecettwry to tolerate defects of the
Ulh for the .science of dentistry can
overcome the most aggravating cases.
VC iC 9UVi.CMJ.ui in ut;tbiiJ& t4 uv
tU ot Uie teem.
W. A. WALKER. Dentist
HOW TO SUCCEED
Relief Held Out to Beleaguered.
Washington, Jan. 13.The United
States Weather Bureau today issued an
Ohio river flood forecast thnt in full of
promise to those beleaguered by the
Abatement of the flood has begun at
Pittsburg, and will begin at Cincinnati
bv Wednesday evening, U the opinion
of the chief forcaster, and no rain or
snow is insight in the valley f Jr the re
malnder of the week, nor any other
condition that would nugment the
The estimated stages for tomorrow
morning from Manilla to Cairo are as
Maysvllle, between fifty nine and
Catlettsburg, . fifty -eight feet.
Cincinnati, between sixty-two and
Louisville, between, forty and forty-
Paducah, between fqj;ty-three and gists fifty-cnts and one-dollar.
During the last few years, conditions
in all lines of business, even profess
ional life, have changed so completely
that every man is waking up to the
fact that in order to win success ho
must specialize and learn to do some
one thing and do it well.
So it is with any article that is sold
to the people. It must have genuine
merit or no amount of advertising will
maintain the demand for the article.
For many years we have wtitched
with much interest the remarkable rec
ord maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great Kidney, Liver and
Bladder Remedy. From the very be-
(Tlnnlntr t.ie oronrietors had so much
confidence In It that they invited every
one to test it, free of cost, before pur
chasing. It Is a physician's prescription.
They have on Hie thousands of let
ters received from former sufferer
who are now enjoying good health as a
result of its use.
However, If you wish first to try a
sample bottle, address Dr. Kilmer &
Co., Blnghamton, N. Y , and mention
the Bre'ckenridge News, Cloverport,
Kv. Thev will gladly forward you a
sample bottle by.mail, absolutely free.
Regular sizes for sle- at all drug
Tuesday Mr. P. J. Henderson and
Miss Mildred St, Clair were quietly
married at the home of Rev. L. K.
May at Irvington. The groom is a son
of T. B. Henderson, of this pla;e. The
bride is a daughter of J.V.St. Clair,
also of thi place. The young couple
have many friends who wish them a
pleasant voyage. This marriage has
robed the Old Bachelor's Club of one
of its most efficient members Jess was
one of the real "live ones" in the club,
and will be missed very much, espec
ially in the cullinary department. After
some time has elapsed Mr, Henderson
w'll be requested to appear before the
club and make a report and if said re
port is favorable, other club members
will do their very oest to follow his ex
ample, and thereby make room for
others of the community who are near
ing a if eligable age tor membership.
Mr Hendeison's release fee ot 10 will
be used to entertain the Old Aluid's
PAYS 2 CENTS TO EASE MIND
lowan Tells Why He Contributes to
- the United States Con
Washington. After giving personal
attention to the letter ot a Decorah
(la.) man, who dcBlres to ease ms
mind by paying tlio United States
two cents, Socrotnry of tho Treasury
MacVeagh removed tho minimum lim
it of flvo cents on "conscious fund"
contributions. The Iowan's letter
"Onkcl Sam, United States Treas
ury: Hereby I send you two cents
which I owo you by mlstalto. I wore
Honding a llttlo article with tho mall
and put a slip of writing In with.
After sum time I thought I did not
do right and regret. So oxcusi me."
M Suits and Over- Suits and Over- Suits and Over- g
coats marked coats marked coats marked M
$10 $12 "$15 IS
li $8.00 S10.00 S12.50 I
1 I. B. RICHARDSON
1 Garlteld, Ky. '
'g. B. &0. T. Skillman
Hoprc?ontin the snnio sovon
timo tried companies that
puid over $GO,000 of the loss
in our big lire of 1901 with
out a single kick.
For "Quality's Sake"
) Lewisport BEST Flour
IT M EANS
PERFECTION IN YOUR BAKING
If Your Grocer Don't Keep it, Write lo us
LEWISPORT MILL CO.
J. C PAYNE INSURANCE AGENCY
represents the Leading Companies in the Country
FIRE, LIGHTNINGjJORNADO AND CYCLONE
Insures HaKSase ami Personal Kffects of Travelers. Household Howls
and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited.
H IVIules f op Sale!
Wo have 16 mules from 4- to 7 years old that
are broken and ready for use. Farmers need,
ing teams will qo well to see us before buying
W. R. Moorman & Son, tnK'
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