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THE BRBCKEN RI DOB NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY
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tht Post Officr at Clovtroort. Kt.
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ADVERTISING Bf THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIE9
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MENTS. tor Precinct ind City Office $ 2 50
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For Calli, per line .10
For Can), per line ... .10
For all Publication in the interest ol
individual or expression of IndWid
ual view, per line .10
United States Railroad Administration
Director (ieneral oi Railroad
Train Schedule on
The L, H. & St. L. R. R.
Effective December 8th, 1918
No. 142 leave Cloverport ft:14 A. M
Arrive Irvington 10:15 A. M.
Arrives Louisville 12:20 P. M.
No. 144 leave Cloverport. .. 8:04 P. M
Arrive Irvington 8:00 P. M
Arrive Louiiville 7 :68 P. M.
No. 146 leave Cloverport
No. 148 leaves Henderson
No. 141 leaves Cloverport
5 15 A. If.
0:07 A. M
6:20 P. M.
.10:48 A. M
.12:01 P. If.
Arivea St. Loui -
No. 148 leaves Cloverport
Arrives Hawesville.. , .,
No. 146 leaves Cloverport...
Arrives St. Louis
'No. 147 leaves Shops
8 :10 P. If.
...6:40 P. M.
.7:08 P. If.
. 8:07 P.
11.28 P. M.
.12:82 A. H.
Mrs. K H Miller, who spent the day
Mr and Mrs Robert Pierce and
daughters, Misses Jeanette and Anna
Dun. .in Pierce, of Cleveland, will be
here Saturday for a visit with Mr
Pierre's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R H
Pierce Mr and Mrs Allen Pierce and child
ren, Mr. and Mrs. Thornton and bahy.
of Glen Dean, motored to Cloverport.
Thursday to see (irntry Pros circus
and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R
Mr and Mrs. Joe Mattingly and
two daughters, Misses Katherine and
Alice Ren Mattingly returned If Oft
day evening from Uniontrjwn, where
they spent a week with Mrs. Matting
Moorman Willis, who was enroute
from California where he had taken
several prisoners, was the guest of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs R. O. Will
is, Thursday before returning to his
camp in Ft. Leavensworth, Kant.
James K. Tinius, Gordon, Kans., is
at New Bethel, visiting his son, C. F.
Titiius, and Mrs. Eliza Horber, of St
Lottisv has returned home ifter a
three months visit with her daughter,
Mrs. C. F. Tinius and Mr. Tinius.
Jno. D. Babbage, Sr.. will leave
Thursday for Cincinnati to join his
daughter, Mrs. Wm. G. Polk and son,
William Polk, Jr., who leave Friday
on a ten days trip to Boston, to visit
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Babbage, Jr.
Mrs. J. M Mathews, of Dallas, Tex.,
who with Mr. Mathews made a trip
through the East visiting in Philadel
phia, Atlantic City, and Boston, re
turned here last week to visit with her
mother .Mrs. J. T. Owen, before go
ing on to Dallas.
Miss Emily E. Scharf and Mrs. R.
Rosendahl, of Louisville, were the
week-end guests of Miss Jeanette
Burn at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Burn. Miss Burn re
turned to Louisville with them on
Mr. and Mrs. George Bentley and
children and Mrs. Lightfoot Miller
and little sou. returned home Tues-
Iday from Pinevill Ky . where they
thaye bet n on a prolonged :s ! 'to
I Mrs. Bentley's sister, Mrs. Geo. Reese
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v ... I . n V V -.V limit ill IN V I.IIMIM
Barbecued mutton will be served in
connection with an ice cream supper
on J. S. Dejarnett's farm known as
, the Mullen farm near Cloverport, Fri
day night, August 15, 1919. Music and
dancing. Everybody welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Marion E. Hambleton
of Mattingly, went to Louisville, Sat
urday. Mrs. W. H. Beauchamp and two
daughters, of Mystic were here Thurs
day to attend the circus.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vickers, of
Irvington, have been guests of Mr
and Mrs. Johnny George.
Miss Nell Cashman and, Miss Fran
ces Severs, Loufsville are visiting
their old home at Union Star.
Edward Morrison, of Irvington,
spent Sunday with his brother, Mr.
Clyde Morrison and Mrs. Morrison.
Mrs. Myron Moorman and Mrs.
Ernest Pate, of Mattingly. spent Fri
day with their sister, Mrs. Forrest
R. C. Burdette, Owensboro was the
guest of his niece, Mrs. James Sahlie
and Mr. Sahlie, Wednesday and
Mrs. Anna Huff, of Owensboro, ar
rived Monday to spend two weeks
with her niece, Mrs. James Sahlie and
Mrs. Ethel O. Hills is in Cincin
nati this week buying her fall millin
ery and ready made garments for the
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Weatherholt, of
Louisville spent Sunday with Mr.
Weatherholt's brother. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs K. Anthony, of Kirk,
were guests of their son, Elbert An
thony and Mrs. Anthony, of Irving
ton, for the week-end.
Miss Catherine Shehnan, of Pewe
Valley, was the guest of her grand
father, Mr. Julius Dutschke, Holt, and
other relatives last week.
Mr and Mrs. C. M. Beardsley and
baby, of Brooklyn, N Y .'are visiting
Mrs. Beardsley "s parents, Mr and
Mrs. W. N. Head, of Lodiburg.
Mrs. Zack Hardin and daughters.
Misses Lucile and Marian Hardin, of
Holt were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. skill in. in. Thursday.
Misses Virginia and Mary Adams
have returned home after spending
two weeks wiih their cousin, Mr.
arid Mrs. Proctor Knott, of Kay
Mr. and Mrs. John Kirkham and
children, of New Albany, left Sunday
alter an eight day visit with Mrs
Kirkharn's parents, Mr. and Mn. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Morrison and
little daughter, Lahoma Tilford Mor
rison, of Sedalia, Mo., are guests of
Mr. Morrison's parents Mr and Mrs
Mr. George L. Ma and daughter.
If is Eva M May, of Eannelton, Ind.,
naotored here ThursdJy to attend the
circus and were dinntA guests of Miss
e fcva and blua M
Mr. and Mrs. nk Ferry and
Jfcaghier, Mrs. UiMr Ferry, spent
Monday in LouisviA They were ac
titftMaied as far aJPStephcnsport by
Shelby Hardin, The Presser is 111.
Shelby Hardin, colored, who owns
a cleaning and pressing establishment
in this city is ill with fever at his
home in Eastland.
Just recently, Hardin added a new
'electric pressing machine to his shop
and he built up such a splendid trade
and kept so busy that his illness is
probably due to overwork. His as
sistants are running the business dur
ing his absence.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
NOTE l'leae notify the editor Win yon
de'irr advertisement discontinued
K ! R SALE Two mart nnl one nitre f.iultr
MM Affirm. W T KrAiurh. Rome, hut.
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, tingly. Kentucky
STClH 1 A.Ioininir h town of
m. l b ii!' t. Kt.. thr following
proper y for naif : 1 wore
hviMfng HO ft., with trow! cellar
full length and "Jtlft. wide 1 1 war
home, coalhoinr, garage, crih, rHlcW
n houe, MaMe and entry combine. I
!Wx72 ft., good cistern just rMtd le
lh brtKMlMJj t good icehoue dug in
hill and walled and cemented, 13x11
ft. mnide ; 1 2-try frame 10 room
dwelling joined to More Mdg. by a
covered porch; good c liar under
dwelling. 1.1x15 ft.: all necessary out
building; 1 .T-room tenant houne on
lot adjoining warehouse; good cistern
and all necessary outbuilding ; a
bout 5 acres of land, all under fence ;
J small farm of II acres, mostly in
overflowed bottom, adjoining store
house lot ; 1 iVroom bungalow, 1 cel
lar, 2 cisterns, 1 'J story barn, 1 up
to date hog house and necessary out
bidding, all in good repair and fenc
ed ; low rate of insurance; can make
good title; price $.", JOfl. Reference:
Rank of Hardtnshurg A Trust Co.,
Hardtmhurg, Ky. A splendid open
ing for an energetic man. Address
Mr. M. A. McCubbifi, Hardinsburg.
FOR RALE Two high gradr Role Angus
bull catveeV-D S Murks. Addison, Ky.
rOR NAI.K I nice Short Horn Mull, fl
months old. 15 nice pig weight H and M
pountls. Hiam bamp A Burton. Mystic. Ky
LOST OH HtnilflMn Hnutr astlinund at
urnoon train, Sunday. July 311, between
HawefrMIc and Louisville, a boys coat,
eight year iie, brown misturr, with belt
Reward will be aM Address T. M
r.ynch. 2KM West Main St., Louisville. Ky.
VALLEY VIEW DUROCS
Will offer tor quick sale, twenty-five bred
sows and gilts bred to farrow in June and
September. Most of the gilt are path
finders bred to Orion King hoars. All big
bone, lengthy, dark cherry reds. Also sev
eral Pathfinders and Orion King hoars
Weight above 200 pounds. Call or write.
Chas. Wilson, Jr., Route .1, Kredonia. Ky.
FOR SALE-Two tttl Model Ford Tour
ing Cars. Good condition. Price low if
taken. at once. Pumphrey & tdenn. Wet
Visiting His Grandmother.
Master James Henry France, col
ored, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
France is in Louisville, visiting his
grandmother, Mrs. Charlotte France
and uncle, of 1049 S. 8th St.
Of Local Interest
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of
Louisville, announce the marriage of
their sister, Miss Nellie Gregory to
Mr Grover Welch, of New Albany,
Mr. Welch has just returned from
war service in France. After a short
trip in the North, Mr. and Mrs.
Welch will be at home in New Al
bany to their many friends.
In Honor of Miss Owen
On Thursday evening, Mr. and
Mi- Paul Lewis gave a six o'clock
dinner at the home of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis on the
Hill, in honor of Miss Hallie Owen,
of California, who is the charming
! guest of her cousin, Miss Kay Lewis
The dinner guests were. Miss Owen
Miss Heyser, Mis Edith Burn, Miss
Eloise Hendrick, Mr. and Mrs. James
Lewis and M. M. Denton.
The marriage of Miss Lettie Tuttle
and Mr. Randolph Gist, of Patesville.
was quietly solemnized in Hawesville,
Monday morning, August 11. The
I couple were divorced a yeajr ago,
, during which time Mr. Gist has been
(overseas. He returned from France
Mrs Gist is the pretty daughter of
Mrs. John Pate of this city, who ac
companied the bride and groom to
Hawesville. Mr. and Mrs. Gist will
leave shortly for Pittsburg, Pa , to
Irvington, Aug. 11. (Special) The
following young people composed a
camping party at Falls of Hough, last'
week: Misses Elisabeth Baxter, But
Bandy, Ruth Marshall, Virginia Ban
dy, Margaret Bandy, Louise Nether
ton. Messrs. Ken Bandy, Leslie Jones,
Wilbur Parks, Harold Parks, Lewis
Bennett Mo rem en and Don Lyddan.
They were chaperoned by Prof. H.
R. Kirk and Mrs. Kirk.
Delightful Motor Party.
Garfield, Ky. Aug. 11, (Special)
A delightful picnic was given by L.
D. Gregory, Thursday. Aug 7th., in
honor of Mrs. H. B. Moorman's vis
itors, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hines from
Jackson, O, Mrs. James McCorniick,
of Portsmouth, O, and Miss Nell
cashman, of Louisville, Ky.
The party was composed of Mr.
and Mrs. Hines, Mrs. McCormick.
Miss Nell Cashman, C. S. Board and
sister. Miss Nannie Board, Mrs V.
W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gre
gory, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moorman
and daughter, Louise and L D. Gre
gory. They motored to Hites Run
church where a delightful lunch was
served with Miss Cashman presiding
as hostess. In the afternoon the
party motored to Kirk, and from
there to the home of Mrs. H. B.
Moorman where supper was served
After a pleasant evening together the
crowd dispersed tired, but happy.
Entertains For Soldier Brother
Kirk, Ky. Aug. 11. (Special) Miss
Margaret McGary entertained last
Sunday evening in honor of her bro
ther, Ernest McGary, who has just
returned from overseas.
I Refreshments were served and all
had a delightful evening. Those pre
sent were: Misses Annie O'Reilly,
Mary Sheeron, Margaret Sheeron,
Sheila Poole, Georgia Grouse, Amy
Grouse, Cynthia Rhodes, Frances
Grouse, Lena Ward Grouse, Generose
Brickette, Anna Lee Mattingly, Vir
ginir Rhodes, Irene McGary. Messrs.
Will Grouse, Bud Grouse, Bill Hig
don, Allen Rhodes, Bill Dud Ernest
John, Percy. Isadore McGary.
A Sunday Dinner Party.
Kirk, Ky., Aug. 11. (Special) Mr.
and Mrs Len Rhodes entertained to
dinner last Sunday in honor of their
niece, Miss Cynthia Rhodes, of Leit
chfield, and nephew, Ernest McGary,
who has just returned from overseas.
Those present were, Cynthia Rhides,
Ernest McGary, Will Grouse, Isadore
McGary, Generose Brickette, Irene
McGary, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mc
Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Paul O'Conell
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Tideles
Bricette and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernade Rhodes and children.
Bandits Get $27,000 in
Cash And Bonds.
Monday afternoon at :J o'clock,
three men poorly disguised as negros
entered the Citizens' Bank of South
Carrolton, Ky., held up the assistant
cashiers. Paul Whitner and Irvin
Barnes, and secured $7,000 and $'0,000
in Liberty Bonds.
One bandit, John Wells, :i0 years
old, was caught and lodged in jail at
Greenville, the other two escaped
through the Green River Bottoms..
The robbers made their bold at
tempt while the Carrolton population
at large was attending a circus.
"OMAR POR HOUSEWIVES"
in Rahoboth Sunday Harald.
Tomorrow a new cook will come you say,
Yc but where leave the cook of yederday '
And the sweet Summer month that bring
Shall take Irene and Mary Jane away.
I omelime think that never burn the bread
So black a when the tea i boiling red.
That every cabbage plant t lie garden wear
Knows more than any human cabbage head.
The modest meal we set our bcart upou
Turns ashes or it prospers and anon
The kitchen stove wrought up with kerosene
Lighting a little roof or two la gone.
And this new maid who looks no fresh and
On whom with all any woes 1 fain would lean
Ah, lean upon her lightly, for who know
How soon she will get up and quit the scene.
So whan the, Angel of the Muddy Drink
Called cotre throw she ground) into the sink
Ami taking her dfekUtMre leaves you there
an things up. yon .hall not shrink.
Ah, make the best ol iu called Help, my
I 'Mil w too into the dual descend
Take up the work where hirelings let it of,
Sana hove, ts hcay, sane dvaeMb and asaa
W ANTED governess to teach three child
ren 2 in ."ith anil th grailr. also conipe
lent to teach piano music. -Mrs. Tom l.yil
dan. Webster. Ky.
MF.N WANTED Cood wages. Permanent
employment. Kxperience not necessary.
Learning good trade Particulars on re
quest. X'ut out this Ad. and send immed
iately to Jenkins Vulran Spring Company,
Richmond, Indiana, lift miles North of the
WANTED Old False Teeth. We pay up to
$211 per set for them in any condition
Broken parts in proportion. Also best
prices for old gold and silver. Mail ihem
to us your money sent by return mail
Brackney Refining Co., 226 Wet Chstnut
St., Louisville, Ky.
WANTED One portable saw mill ami Engine
for cah. Old Hickory Novelty Co.,
The Hill Grocery
is the place. Bargains for this week
$1.00 bucket pure lard 80c
9)c boom 65c
8c broom... 50c
.Mc apple butter 30c
:15c pench butter 30c
10c Macaroni 8;
15c Washington crisps lijc
Light House cleanser 4c
And other such bargains. Drop in and
see for yourself.
6. Wethington, Cloverport, Ky.
: IT TTTT TTJIT, IT; BBT iTTrjTlTTT llni n Tl
Just a reminder of the real
t we are offering this week.
I'each Butter in lass jars 25c
Cane and Maple tahle syrup in hottles 35c
Mince Meat in glass jars 20c
Rose Bud C herries in hottles 25c
Honey in glass jars 25c
Peanut Butter 15c, 25c and 35c
Stuffed Olives , 15c
Green (plain) Olives 20c to 30c
Chipped Beef in glasses
Sliced Breakfast Bacon in boxes and glasses
Famous Ward Cakes, fresh and fine, every Saturday
Above only a few of the many good
things we are offering. Our Grocery
Department is full and complete.
J. C. NOLTE & BRO.
There Is Sdmething In The Want Column Of Interest To You
A Friendly cAtmosphere
There i- an air of t riendlinrvs nnH oq "pemtion here which
makes it pleasant n tiansaet rinaiirial or fiduciary bfliiMM
with this Company.
When in need of peis mal utul indi Vulual service in tankinjr
and trust matters; ake up wllh U subject of "pening
relations at this si romr, service (ivinK institution.
Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Company
Fourth and Market
Capital $500,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00
V.J. BULLEIT, Pre. H. BERNHE1M; Vioe Pres.
P. L. ATHEBTON, Vice Pres. P. J. BOHNE, Treasurer
PAUL COMPTON, Secretary J F. EISENBEIS, Awt. Sec.
K. S. KAPIEK, A-m Treat.
P. L. ATHEBTON
V. J. BULLEIT
W. PRATT DALE
T. J. HUMPHREYS
THOS. 8. TULEY
CHAX"B EN SINGER
C. E CLAUGETT
J. C. HERO
VV. HUME LOGAN
GEO. G. MONTZ
Q R A LEY