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THE BRBCKENRIDGE NEWsT CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY
9fyt Imktttrftgr Hrttte
iTmDHKSDAY, MAY 2fl! 1920
fcltrtd at the Pott Office at Cloverpart, Kr.
i second class matter.
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Mrs. Heston Driskell and daughter, '
Miss Rosa Driskcll spent Sunday in
Sample the guests of Airs. Will Jolly.
Local Church News
Mrs. Wm Hoffious returned Sun
day from Evansville, where she visited
her father. Mr. Michael Moscr, who
T: c all-day missionary meeting held
in f-c Methodist church on Monday
was the most enjoyable and interest
inc church affair of the season. The
Mrs. J W. French, of Stcphcnsport, Jync program was substituted for that
the truest of her sister. Mr. way mccuirg making the tliscus-
Hamman. and Mr. Hamman. s.lon include the topic "flic Negro in
.lot.. k. ...-t. .the New Workinir World." Th
o o o ' Social Service Superintendent, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Penncr return- P H. Phelps had the program well
ed to their home in Henderson, Mon- in hand.
day after being the gUcsts of Mr.' An hour in the foremoon was given
and Mrs. Austin Hill and attending to the transaction of regular busi-
thc funeral of Mrs. Edward Nichols, ncss and presentation and discussion
,o o o ' of thp monthly bulletin.
Mr. Geo. Wilson and Mr. Millard A bountiful and tastefully prepared
ixitnuis, oi cvansviiic, were nere atn- luncheon was scrvcu at the noon
day to attend the funeral of Mr,
Wilson's daughter, Mrs,.
t kTARK-LOWMAN CO.
Mrs. VV. A. Purcell and children,
are visiting in Hardinsburg and Mc
Quady. o o
Miss Lizzie Beavin went to Louis
ville,, Thursday to be the guest of
Miss Bessie Flood spent Saturday
and Sunday with her uncle. Tom
m Flood, at Holt.
j$, Mrs. Jas. M Crenshaw, who has
Deen very in at ner home near here is
o 'O o
S Jkfiss Frances Rhodes snent Tnes-
ff. day in Cloverport.
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3? Atlantic City, where he will visit his
son, Ira Thompson Behen. at the
Vineland School for Children, Vine-
lanu, xn. j.
Mr. N. H. Quiggins and daughter,
Miss Corine Quiggins spent Tuesday
in Louisville, with Mrs. J. V. Crews.
Of Personal Interest
Engagement of Mr. Harold
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num. jsaicu rti iut iicuu anu iuui ui
the table were two active charter
members of the society, Mrs. A R.
Fisher and Mrs. Cornelia W. Fraize.
These ladies joined when Miss Mary
neim organized the society about
forty years ago.
i . In the afternoon the mission study
class presented the book studied the
past quarter. "Christian Americaniz
ation," each member giving her chap
ter in her own style and manner.
Folk songs and hymns were inter
nun riease notiijr the editor nu
desire adrertlsementa discontinued.
FOR SALE MISCELLEANOUS
OAPR CUKE ,ft WHITE DIARRHEA CURE
Guaranteed to cure, or money refunded,
"y mail, 2!5c each. Free literature. Agents
make big money. Address, National Gape
FOR SALE One store house, 2 lots and
Hock oi groceries. Call on or write. J.
Duggins, Hardinsburg, Ky.
FOR SALE 200,000 feet of beech and sugar
tree limner, on Clover creek three miles
from Hardinsburg. For particulars, write
or call at The Ureckenridge News office,
FOR SALE Show and fancy dahlia plants.
Mrs. F. C. English, Cloverport, Ky.
DORAN'S GAPE REMEDY A guaran
teed cure for gapes. Thousands testify to
its marvelous cures. Money back if It falls.
2."c, postpaid. Circular free. Agents wanted.
W. H. Doran, Brandenburg, Ky.
FOR SALE Old news;
Ureckenridge News o
ipapers, Be a bunch,
ffice, Cloverport, Ky.
tr nnA tv (Mi! t nr,:t, sperscd by different members, and
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Wright, of ,. nf t. ' , . . ' ,a
A reading. "The Crucified" bv Miss
Tula Babbagc and a dialogue by Miss
Mr. O. F. Galloway will go to
- Louisville, Saturday where he will join
Mrs. Galloway and son ,to spencj the
o o o
Mrs. John Burman Scrivner and
Iiaby daughter, Alice Katheryn Scriv
ner, ot Kavenna, are the guests of
Mrs. Scrivner's mother, Mrs.' Ethel
Little Miss Grace Plank Behen,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira D.
Behen, is making a week's visit in
Owensboro with her cousin, Miss
Jessie Catherine Plank.
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R. L.jOelze was in Louisville, Tues
day and Wednesday. .
Louisville, announce the cneamment IV"."'. "e," ivSc. :.c" "?VC.?WFS.
f .,!.. J .!.. r,-.:. t".-. . ui inc ciiuir ui mc v-uiorcn jucmouisi
r u u - i - t-i.. cnoir.
mi. iiuiuiu uraiiuin vjregory. i lie
wedding will take place in June.
n " ?- f i . f r
w;ii,, rS y S ,urouicr.01 ir; I Margaret Burn and Mrs. E. M. Wed
Mri rM gM y' -and ai neph.eVv, of ding on "Our Work With the Negro"
v;.3 .M."'son whom he has wcrKe h enjo d Three or our
nTn l y 1S'ted herC and 'S WC" "ew members were added to the roll
Known. , Mrs R B P;crce( anotiier charter
t, . ,. o o o i memher. sang one of her girlhood
Entertained Members of songs. Mr. Oscar Holder rendered
Cloverport Social Club. some valuable service in making the
., - " . . I women comfortable and also sent a
Mrs. T. S. Nrcljolas entertained in- treat of some candy at the close of
formally at her home in the West End the day.
on Wednesday evening for the mcm- A letter was read from Miss Tar
bers of the Cloverport Social Club, rant, of Soochow, China, telling of
She was assisted in entertaining by , the bright little boy Sung-Tsia Siang
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The guests inqluded Messrs. Willie
Seaton, Harry Newsom, Harry Berry,
Jess Hall, Heavm lucker and uco
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Wedding Takes Place in
Capitol Hotel, Louisville.
who is beinc educated on the Ella B
Moorman scholarship of the Clover
, Mrs. N. H. Quiggins spent Thurs
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Rhodes, of Addison.
Donald Gregory, of Paducah, was
the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Gregoryr Friday and Saturday.
The 'wedding of Miss Mary Wash
ington Bandy, of Irvington, and Mr.
Jesse Bruington, of Garfield, was
solemnized in the Capitol Hotel,
Louisville, Wednesday afternoon,
May 5. Rev. C. L. Bruington, an uncle
of the groom, officiated.
The bride was attired in a blue
traveling suit. She is the daughter of
Mrs, Essie Bandy. Mr. Bruington is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Bruing
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Bruington will reside
o o o
Young People Attend
Dance in Hawesville.
Mrs. Frank Payne was in Owens-
E$ boro, two days of last week the guest
f of Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Jolly.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Rhodes and little
There will preaching at the Pres
byterian church Sunday morning by
Dr. T. N. Williams. Rev. J. R'.) Ran
dolph of the Methodist church will
conduct the union service in the even
ing. Mrs Malinda Beavin came home
one day last week from where she
had been several -weeks nursing her
sister, in Evansville, Ind. She return
ed after snendine two davs at home.
! Mrs. Holmes continues critically ill.
Carl Beavin has gone to Owensboro
to live. He will -be followed by Mrs.
Besvin in a short time.
Rob Wilson is home from Louis
ville. Gabe Beavin has returned from
Airs J. H. Alcrvinney was over
from Tobinsport, Saturday and was
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r i e .. s . I ovwiuuuiiibu ui1"- LJ.J " 3. .uu uif-
oevera members ot tne Cloverport ple who will rj.main for a few days
Social Cub and their guests went to visit;ng relatives and friends.
Hawesville, Friday evening on the Messrs. Pate and Purcell are carry
gasoline launch Shamrock to attend ing -a nke lot o groceries on the
a dance. pjjjj an(j contemplate bringing more
.ire uimia tn . "" -wrs , , rv ootts a short t me. Thev n-
FOR SALE-;niank Deeds and Mortgages.
The Ureckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky.
Eldred Babbage, Mr. and Mrs. Miller
Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamman
and Mrs. T. S. Nicholas.
Other members of the party were:
Misses Louise, Nicholas, Chlora Mae
Seaton, Mary Owen Oelze, Addie Mc
vite your inspection.
CARD OF THANHS
We desire to thank our many
9aVi?Cl&i LouiseTJ VXeath.ertl0,t.'l L"lia" shown us during the illness,and death
t "'v" - I " "'..r. ".ri."" tr"'7.rSr.,,' ;:.XX-Z"W r?.: of our dear wife and mother, Emma
-Vu i ntfi" I Vf ';i. "' """"'i ",,,,c f'"' """f Kate Nichols.
Is wiiii iurs. iMiuucb Tjuxtius, Air. anu
Airs. jas. ai. crensnaw, oi near town
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin S. Clark
son's guests for" the Derby were Mrs.
Moorman Hardaway, Minot, N. D.;
Mrs. Lydia Clarkson Kemper, J. R.
.Green, Canada. Courier-Journal
o o o
' Mrs. Eldred A. Babbage will be
hostess tp the Wednesday Club on
Berry, Jess Hall, Byron Whitehead.
Leonard Weatherholt, Donald Gre
gory, Beavin Tucker.
EXAM. FOR DIPLOMA AND
Husband and Children.
Mr. less Owen, of Louisville, is
Sthe guest of his mother, rMs. J. T.
'". r T n n j f. t T 1l
C jvirs. in. d. uaewan, oi iouisviite,
who is the jmest of her son. .Mr. O.
T Odewalt, and Mrs. Odewalt will
return the last of this week accompan
ied by Mr. and Mrs. Odewalt who will
visit in Louisville, Prospect and
Campbejsville, for a few weeks.
All nnrcrnc Vi'uritirr rlnimc ?J cm met
TEACHERS' CERTIFICATE, j th;' est'ate of Samuel L. Burdett, de-
, . . . i ceased, will please present tnem, auiy
Xhe examination for Common ,,-;c,t , ..nrci.J nHm.'nic.
uia i - -i - " r""" -"
trator, on or uelore June I, VJ'M.
James H. Sahlie,
Admr. Sam L. Burdette's estate.
Mr. Henry Yeager went to East
Bra,dy, Pa., Sunday where he was
called on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Nugent Graham and
Mr. Arthur Simmons spent the week
end at a house party in Irvington, Ky.
Miss Carrie Tucker leaves this week
for Lakeland, Fla., where she will
spend a week with her aunt, Mrs.
Eliza Blaine and motor home with her
brothers,, Horace and Mike Tucker,
who have been spending the winter in
O O O I
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whitehouse and
'son, Fred junior, have gone to Louis
ville, where they will reside,
o o o
Rev. A- N. Couch, of Bardwell, Ky
is in Washington, D. C, attending the
Southern Baptist Convention and the
, guest of his daughter, Mrs. Hugh
uabbert, ana Mr, iiaooert
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Mr. W.C. Moorman was in Hard-
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iiisuuiB, iuiiujt auu iuhuui mv.
f guest ot his niece, Mrs. John Kincne-
ioc, ana wr, rvincneioc.
bchool Diploma will be held at
Cloverport and Hardinsburg, on Fri
day and Saturday, May J4 and 15. '
Examination for teacher's certifi
cate will be held at Hardinsburg on
Friday and Saturday, May 21 and 22.
The examination for white and color
ed teachers will be held on the same
day and with the same quesjions, but
the examinations will be in different
Paper will be furnished to the ap
plicants and manuscripts sent
GIVE A SEWING FOR
Bewleyville, May 10. (Special) The
laides of the Baptist church here after
donatincr ecus purchased cincham and
to met at the home of Mrs. R. P. Car-
r raniciort tor grading, i he examina-1 man Tuesday where they made nine
tton tee will be two dollars, all ot teen uttle Karments for the little or
which feeds sent to the State Board
IN DEATH FOR MRS. BROWN.
Mrs. Charles Hambv and little
daughter. Marie, of Bowling. Green,
are visiting Mr. and A"- CharlestW.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smart have mov
ed into the cottage on Railroad street
rrrntlv vacated bv Mr. and Mrs.
j? Fred, Whitehouse.
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Mr. Joe Fallon and daughter,,,Miss
Sarah l'allon have returned trom De
Hamed, May 10. (Special) Mrs.
Elizabeth Brown, who has been very
ill for some time died Thursday morn
ing. The funeral services were con
ducted at the home Friday by Rev.
Kellogg Smith and concluded by Rev.
C. L. Bruington at the DeHaven
cemetery near ,Kirk, where the re
mains were taken for burial. She
leaves two children, Mrs. J. W. May,
of this place, and Fred Browtuof Illi
nois, also a sister, Mrs. Sam Haycraft,
ot Mctjuady, besides a host of mentis,
phans at Glendale orphans home.
Those present were: Mesdames, L.
G. Miller, Horace Albright, Joe
Bandy, Jim Albright, Gilbert Kasey,
Owen Kasey, Bob Triplet, John
Triplet, Amos Sipes, T. DoWell, Tom
Wilson, Harvey Triplet and W, J.
Stith. Misses Beulah Payjie, Fanny
Miller and Nina Kasey.
MODERN NURSERY TALK.
Hamilton Fisher t Armstrong in New York
' Evening l'ost.
The culture of the child, I fear,
Is really most complex;
Just how to. practice ail J hear
And still not bore the little dear
Would any mother vexl
The ideal food, 'says Dr. Twit,
Is half a marrow bone;
Some parsnips and an apple-pit
Will also keep the baby fit
Will give him vim and tone.
The child's advancement must be slow
Until it reaches eight:
"He must not read," "She- must not
For if they do their legs will bow,
Their hair will come in straight.
Nurse does not dress him on her knee,
Lest she his skin miaht touch
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Complications following an attack My newest doctor said to me
of-influenza last fall, resulted in the . That every child of course should be
death of Mrs.. Mary Radley, wife of Dressed in a patent Clutch.
John W Radley, of Jeftersoiivillc,
Ind., Saturday morning She was a ' My child's religion must be quite
native of Brandenburg, Ky., and the A thiiiK of inclination:
daughter of Judge C, C. Farleigh.. Her Saint Atlianasius and Bouck White
Mr, and Mrs. Earl Hobbs are re
ceiving congratulations on the ar
rival of a VI pound boy, Saturday,
May 8th. He 'has been, named Earl
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anthony, of
McQuady, are receiving congratula
tions on the arrival of a daughter,
Mildred Lewis Anthony, May 3, 1920.
MRS. MARY RADLEY, NATIVE
OF MEADE COUNTY DEAD.
oit, Mich., accompanied by Mr. Fal-1 remains were taken to Brandenburg Are all brought Jo the calcium light
rtVs youngest daughter, Miss Mary for " Sunday. She is survived by j Ior his investigation. . ,
h.rk?s Faflon, who had been visiting. ' ll"a"d' fati,elL ur,J!.a"s Ue(?' '.. m. .... ..-... ,.,.
I and four sons. A sister, Mrs. J M. The problems, raised by Adam's fall
naruni, oi uraiiueiiuurgi iwo urouicrs vjur uuija orotncriioqu,
, and Mrs. S. H. Davis, o Har-' Tlios. Fajrlejgh, Paris, Tenn,, and Trausmisratqry thcoriesair
Mrs. manes i'airieign, r.iizaoeuuown(.is.y, xnese l expound to lime ,1'am
nnt Sunday with Mr, and
. FARMS FOR SALE
FOR SALE Farm 1C3 acres situated three
miles south of Harnrd. 12.1 acres cleared,
20 acres bottom land, 20 acres in grass,
balance in timber. This land produces good
corn, tobacco and wheat, lor price and
further particulars call or write, K. T.
Wilson, Harned, Ky.
FOR SALE Farm 103 acres lying on the
waters of Rock Lick and known as the
John Hunter farm. GO acres of bottom hnd.
For price, see or write John Spaulding,
Short Creek, lirayson county, Ky.
FOR SALE Several farms of my own on
the High Way. They run from 50 to 300
acres, l'rices right. S. M. Haynes, Gar
LIVE STOCK FOR SALE
FOR SALE Extra, good brood mare with
" mule-colt by her side. Combined saddle and
harness animal and works well anywhere.
Plenty of style and action, perfectly sound
and no blemishes.' Day, black mane and
tail, nine years old. Roy J. Cain, Irvington,
FOR SALE One Jersey Hull. 2 years old.
Trice $33. One yearland, HoUtein Bull for
$30, also a lot of Hampshire pigs now
dy to ship $10 and $12. Registered free.
J. Lonkwright, Cloverport, iy.
FOR SALE I have one pair 8 year old
mules, wagon and harness for sale. Julian
H. Brown, Cloverport, Ky.
SURRIES FOR SALE
FOR SALE Surrey,
Eliza H. May, Clov
FOR SALE Cheap one surrey and set new
harness, l'reston Helming, Hardinsburg, Ky.
CORN FOR SALE
2(H) Bushels good yilow corn.
shucked. Abo a few hellers witsh calves.
Dr. D. S. Sphire, Hardinsburg,
.' . A FEW TIMELY
WHITE WASH SATIN
ORGANDY; VOILE; FLAXON; BATISTE;
WHITE DRESS GOODS;
DIMITY; WHITE OXFORDS; WHITE
'SILK HOSE;' WHITE PUMPS
ALL NEW AND READY
FOR YOUR INSPECTION -
J. C. NOLTE & BRO.-
TYPE WRITER FOR SALE
FOR SALE Remington typewriter No. 0.
Remodeled. Good as new. Further inform
ation call or write The Breckenridge Xews,
WANTED Girl or woman to help with
cooking. Apply at once to Cloverport Hotel.
What Mrs. Brenninger, of New York,
Says About Rat Poison.
"Tried preparations that kill rats,
but RAT-SNAP is the only one that
prevents disagreeable odors after kill
ing Also like RAT-SNAP because h
other food. You don't have to dirty
comes in handy cakes, no mixing with
your hands, it's the best for house
hold use." Try EAT-SNAP. Three
sizes, 25c, 50c, $1 00. Sold and guar
anteed by Conrad Payne & Co , Clov
erport, Ky., and B. F. Beard & Co , t
Hardinsburg. Ky. Adv.
2 ton 1919 Mddel Indiana Truck, Combination Body $2000
2 ton 1919 Model Indiana Truck, Combination Body $1800
Vz " 1918 Model Indiana Truck, Combination Body $2100
2 ton 1919 Model Indiana Truck, Dump Body $2600
1 ton 1919 Model Indiana Truck, Combination Body $1900
USED 30 DAYS
These Trucks Are Guaranteed Mechanically
0. K. and Must Be Sold THIS WEEK!
1 04-06 East Broadwiy
Home Phont City 3063;
Cumb. Phone South 2041
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In A Week
New Triplex Springs Help
Overland 4 Break Record
In the great endurance test recently at Indian-'
spoils an Overland 4 stock car covered an
average of more than 778 miles each day for
The success of this severe test is another proof
of the quality of material in the Overland 4,
and the protection afforded the chassis by the
Triplex Springs. '
J. WALTER BOYLE, Cloverport, Ky. .. V
MISS CLEONA WEATHERHOLT,
.Sales Lady and Demonstrator
She was CO years old.
I To make him wise and good.