Newspaper Page Text
THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY
MAY It, IM
1 1 .
Mr. Lon Glasscock, of McDanicls,
was lire several days of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Dowell have
returned after a short stay in Louis
Mrs Win. Jolly, of Sample, and
sister, Mrs. Chas Bowman, of 'Lewis-
port, were here Tuesday,
J. E. Monarch has returned from '
Mrs. Vic Robertson, who spent sev
eral days in Louisville, has returned.
Mrs. T. K. Rhodes and daughter,
Lclia, arc the guests of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dennis, of Gar
field. Mr. Miller, of Louisville, the dis
trict manager of the Cumberland lei
& Tel Co , was here Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hcnslcy
Wm. Hcnslcy have
returned after spending several days
Mr. Andrew Elder, of Lakeland,
was the wek-end guest of Mr. and
Airs. Wm. Heauchamp.
Rev C. B. English, who has been
ill for several days is improving.
Mrs Lee Walls arrived Friday from
D. L. McGary has returned from
Louisville, where he spent several
days with his sister, Mrs. A. P. King,
ami Mr. King".
Rev. J. F. Norman returned Satur
day from Providence, R. I., after a
visit with his brother, Rev. Henry
Atty. Claude Mercer has returned
from Brandenburg, where he spent
several days on business
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Dowell and
Airs. H. M Beard have returned from
a short stay in Louisville.
Miss Isabel Hcndrick, of Louisville,
was the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Claude Mercer, and Mrs Mercer the
Judge J R. Layman, of Elizabeth
town, cane Sunday for the May Cir
Circuit Clerk P M Basham snent .
Sunday in Stcphcnsport.
Mrs Win Simmons and children,
of Irvingtoii, were the; guests of her
parents, Mr and Mrs. N. H. Watling-
ton, the week-end.
Lon Glasscock sold his property on
Fourth street to W. C Moorman, last
Tuesday. Consideration $4,250.
POCKET BOOKS and BILL FOLDS
WE HAVE A FULL' LINE AND CAN FUR
NISH YOU WITH THE KIND YOU WANT
SWAT THAT FLY!
GET AFTER THEM EARLY AND
SAVE THE TROUBLE LATER ON
THE UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE
We are running a bank for the public one
that considers only you and your needs.
We are not so much concerned over what we
think' is reasonable and proper as we are over
the handling of your affairs to your entire satis
faction. If asound hanking 'practice will permit your every
wish will be granted here.
I n. Payne, of Clarkson, D. L. Ves
sells of Henderson and Miss Lulu
Vessels, of Owcnsboro, and Coleman
Mattingly, of Glen Dean, attended the
funeral of their aunt, Mrs, Bertha
J C Mattingly, of Glen Dean, was
here Saturday the guest of his brother,
Wm. Mattingly, and Mrs. Mattingly.
Lewis Bennett Morcmen, Branden
burg, and Dr. L. B. Morcmen, Chicago
have been spending several days with
Mcsdamcs Morcmen and Bennett.
Tim Kirtley, Louisville, spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. L.. 1.
Mrs Frank Hall and Miss Virginia
Hcnningcr left Saturday for Cran
berry, N. C, where Mrs. Hall will
join her husband, who has accepted
Mrt. Forrest Stith has gone to
Louisville, to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Miss Eliza Piggott, Lexington, is
spending several days with her par
cuts. Mr. and Airs. W. J. 1'iggott.
Earl Thomas'has gone to Marion,
Ky to visit E. B. Gregory.
Rev, C. F. Hartford has gone to
Foidsville, to assist Rev. Bandy in
Mrs. R. W. Mcador and son arc
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Allen at Pcrryville.
Prof Leo C. Wright, a representa
tive of the Kentucky Band school,
Louisville, was in town Friday and
presented a successful plan of organiz-j
ing a brass band in this city. (
Mrs. Dale Smith and daughter, Miss1
Helen Smith, Louisville, spent the
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. George
Miss Margaret Conniff arrived home
Thursday, Miss Conniff has been,
oversea for more than a year in Red '
Cross work. We gladly welcome her j
Mrs. C. L Nicely has returned from
Hopkinsville, where she visited her
parents. Rev J. S. .Broom and Mrs.
Ncwsom Gardner attended the
Derby in Louisville. Saturday.
Miss Nell Conniff, Louisville, has
been the guest of her mother, Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Basham and
daughters, of Kingswood visited Mr.
and Mrs Byron Henninger, last week.
Thd roof of J F Vogel's residence
caught fire Thursday morning from
a defective flue. Small damage was
Mrs. R. H. Adkisson and daughters,
Vera, left for Laredo, Tex., Friday
morning having been called their on
account of the serious illness of Mrs,
Mrs J. O. Chapin and Miss Eva
May Chapin spent Saturday in Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Morrison and'
baby spent the week-end in Hawes
ville. W. H, Lanman, Troy, Ind., visited
Mr. and Mrs. J K. Bramlcttc, last
Mrs. Virgil Britc and Martha Howe
Britc, have returned front Lcwisport,
after spending several days with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bruington spent
Thursday with Mrs. Essie Bandy.
Harold Parks, Louisville, spent the
Thomas Davis, Louisville, visited
Mr and Mrs. A. T. Dranc, last week.
Dr. W. B. Taylor, Mrs. Taylor and
Miss Nelle Adkins motored to Hod
gcnvillc, for the week-end
Mr. and Airs. Koucrt ucll were call
cd to Garfield, Saturday on account
of the times
of the illness of Mrs. Bell's mother,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bcavin, Birm
ingham, Ala., are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Beavin.
R. L. Lyon, Hopkinsville and Miss
Julia Lyon, Moravia, were in town,
Paul Basham, of Hardinsburg, spent
the wppW-enH with his narcnts. Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Basham.
Iogan Basham, of Kansas, was the
guCst of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell,
Mrs. A. M Miller, of Cloverport,
was the guest of friends and relatives
i,ere iast week.
Amos Whitworth having visited
his brother, A V. Whitworth, Valley
Station, Jia returned home,
Andrew R. Crawford, of Cloverport,
attended the funeral of his mother,
Mrs. Alice Crawford, Friday
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schopp return
ed Friday from Louisville.
Mrs. B. F. Blaine is now clerking
at Mr. Dodson's store.
Mrs. Ethel Hills, of Cloverport.
spent Thursday with Mrs. A. B.
JMrs. Eugene Conner was in Tell
Mrs A. B. Cashnian wa's in Owcns
H. A. Basham was in Tell City,
Mrs. J. W. French was the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Harry Hamman,
Cloverport. last wek.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Herman, of Tell
City, arc guests of Mrs. Herman's par-
1 ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. b. rlaynes.
! Mrs. A. B. Crawford is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. H. S. English, of
R. A. Smith was in Hcnsley and
Hardinsburg, the first of the week.
Rev. II. S. English will attend the
Southern Baptist Convention which
convenes this week at Washington,
Barney Jordan, of Webster, was the
Sunday guest of Miss Myra Rollins.
Miss Hazel Koch, of Tell City, -as
the guest of her aunt, Miss Julia
I Miss Mable Withers left Saturday
' to visit her aunt. Mrs. Hendrick at
her country home near Hardinsburg.
I Rev. Flint, of Louisville, delivered
two excellent sermons at the Baptist
church Sunday morning and evening.
Cfaiigratulations are being received
by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kruger on
the arrival of a son, Henry Logan.
Mrs Mary T. Payne entertairfed at
12 o'clock dinner Sunday. One at
tractive feature of the dinner was
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Yates were
week-end guests of relatives at Che
nauH. Mr and Mrs. W. B. Hanks left Fri
day for Louisville, where they will
visit their son A. T. Hanks, and Mrs.
Mrs. Olevia Lay and Mrs. Elizaboth
Paulman received a message telling
of the death of their brother-in-law
John W. Jarrett, on. May 4th, at his
home in Dallas, Texas. t
Sam Cashman, of Kokoma, Ind.,
and J. W. Cashman, of Louisville,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B
Cashman, last week.
I Pete Smith is visitintr his daughter.
Mrs Ernest Blake, and Mr. Blake,
Rockport, Ind. ,
I here was a moving picture snow at
the school house Saturday evening,
which was enjoyed by all present.
Mrs. Letha Dowell, who has been
seriously ill is slightly improving.
Thomas Horsley, V. B. Mattingly,
Jim Macy and Warnie Horsley were
in Louisville, last week.
Mrs. George Milburn and daughter,
of Irvingtou, were guests Friday of
Mrs, Jim Stcerman.
Mrs. Oscar Mcador visited her
mother, Mrs. Jim Kennedy, Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A Bruington, who
were married in Louisville, last week
are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
. Will Bruington.
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell, of Irv
ingtoii, were at the bedside of her
mother. Mrs. Letha Dowell, Sunday.
Mrs. D. D. Dowell of Hardinsburg,
visited relatives here last week.
G. F. Bandy, of Irvington, was in
Louisville, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H .Henninger and
baby, Avabelle Frances, were guests
the week-end of his parents, Mr and
Mrs. Sam Henninger, of West View
t Mrs. Tom Rhodes and little daugh
ter, of Hardinsburg, returned home
Sunday after a visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dennis.
Mr. and Mrs, Oscar O'Bannon, of
Locust Hilli were guests this week of
her sister, Mrs. Warnie Horsley.
R. A. Smith, of Stephensport, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Smith, Sunday night.
Mr. Miles McCoy, of Daviess
county is visiting relatives here.
Mr, and Mrs. D. T. Wilson, of Basin
Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Thaddius Wil
son, of Brandenburg, Mr. and Mrs. R.
P. Carman and Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Carman were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs, Howard Pate.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl .Compton, Miss
es Laura Mcll Stith and Mary E.
Dowell, and Justic Jordan spent Tues
day in Louisville.
Mr. David Hardaway is visiting his
brother, Paul Hardaway, of Branden
burg. Howard Pate spent Monday in
Hardinsburg on business.
Mrs. C. D. Hardaway left Sunday
for New Ross, Ind , to visit her child
ren. Mrs. A. W. Footc returned home
Sunday after a two weeks visit to her
daughter, Mrs. Edgar Hardaway, of
Miss Minnie Duff Stith, of Brook
lyn, N. Y., came home Saturday fdr
a few days visit.
Howard Pate is HI at the home of
his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
T. Wilsoji, of Basin Springs.
Mrs. Z. T. Stith spent Friday in
Louisville, where she is under treat
ment of a specialist.
Mr. and Mrs Robt. Carman, Mrs.
R. P. Carman, Mrs. Owen Kasey and
Geo. Wm. Kasey motored toIrving
ton. Thursday afternoon shopping.
S. W. Anderson Company
"WHERE COURTESY EIG&CS"-'
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Compton,
Mrs. C. M. Compton, Misses Laura
Mcll Stith, Mary R. Carman and Mil
dred Kincheloe Compton were in
Hardinsburg, Thursday afternoon.
Rev, and Mrs. McGavot, Louisville)
were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Norris and filled the pulpit at the
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Morris and
Dr. C. B. Witt were in Louisville
several days last week attending the
Mrs. A. M Hardaway and son,
Clarkson, Minot, N. D., arrived in
Louisville, Saturday to spend some
time with her sister, Mrs- Lydia
Clarkson Kemper, and brother, B. S.
Clarkson, and Mrs. Clarkson at the
Puritan. Later all of them will come
here for a stay at the Clarkson home.
Born to the wife of Mr. Bridgwater
the 2nd, a ( boy.
Mr. Vcnnie Carter passed away the
Gth, after an illness of several weejes.
The funeral services were conducted
Not forced but natural, is one of the things we strive to give
you in this, store.
Our salespeople have been instructed that everyone who
enters our doors must be attended with politeness and consid
eration whether they come to inspect our stocks, to ask a
question or to register a complaint. We have and always will
do this,, for we "have learned that a policy of never-failing
. k-' ,-
Diversity is the Keynote
of our Millinery Clear-away
Including our entire stock, copies of Paris
creations and stunning products of our'
American ingenuity. They are so smart.
and so reasonable that you'll wonder how
we can possibly offer them at these clear
away prices. If you dally selection you
are quite likely to be deprived of your fa
vorite for there are no two alike.
, Second Floor,'5" ,
' .- , ,. H'
rf .? ; -f
Hosiery for all occasions'
We aimed and, we believe, succeeded in
making this display- so extensive that it
should be a pleasure to choose here your
hosiery for all needs and to match every
costume. In many colors, some' with lace
inserts and embroidered, others plain, are
pure thread Silk hose. $1.75 and up. Lisle
hose 75c a pair.
by Rev, Allen -and then taken charge
of by the M. W A.
B. S. Clarkson spent Thursday and
Will Curtam and J. L. Morris at
tended the Derby.
Miss'Maud Scott is the guest "of
her sister, Mrs. W. L. Miller, Louis
ville. Schuyler Martin, Louisville, spent
the week-end with his parents.
Argus Arms ran down from Louis
ville and spent Sunday with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Arms.
Sammie Brown, Flaherty, was guest
of Miss Sucncttc Miller, Sunday,
Julius Hodges continues to make
his semi monthly trips to Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruner and family
from near Custer moved here last
week. Mr. Bruner will do auto repair
ing and carpenter work.
BUMPER SUGAR YIELD.
San Salvadorr April 29. The sugar
yield of Central America for this
season is estimated at 1,000,000 quin
tals. A quintal is about 2204 pounds.
r, - i
r ' &
, r-r rfcTvafllBlMJ I