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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY
JANUARY 19, 19J1
In the County)
Mrs. Margaret Walker and daugh
tcrs, have returned to their home in
Henderson villc, N. C
Chas Dean, Glen Dean, was here
John O'Reilly spent several days of
last week in Owcnsboro, with rela
tives. John Kennedy, Columbus, O., is vis
iting with relatives and friends.
M:s Judith Watlington, Uasin
Springs, was the guest of her parents,
Mr and Mrs N. H, Watlington, the
week-end. . .
Finlcy Miller, Louisullc. is visiting
his sister, Mrs. Wade I'ile. and Mr.
Dennie Slieeran made a business
tnpto Louisville, Wednesday.
Mrs. E. L. Kobertson, Ulcn ucaii,
was the guest of Mrs. J. R. Mcador,
Men's heavy best quality Fleeced
Union Suits, all sizes, $2.00. B. F.
Heard & Co, Hardinsburg.
Joe Glasscock, McDanicls, was the
mid-week guest of his brother, Lon
Glasscock, and Mrs Glasscock.
Coleman Haswcll, Louisville, has
returned after a visit with his father,
J. P. Haswell.
Mrs Harvey English, Stephcnsport.
has returned after a visit with Rev.
E. B English and Mrs. English.
D. C Moorman, Glen Dean, was
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin bhrewsbcrry,
Cloverport, who have been the guests
of Mrs Shrewsbcrry's sister, Mrs.
Robt. Hendrick, and Mr Hcndrick.
Men's shirts and drawers only 71)
cents at B F. Beard & Co.'s, Hard
insburg. Win. Hoben and daughter, Loyce
Hoben. Glen Dean, were the guests
of his father. J. T. Hoben, Sunday
Mrs M. D. Beard is visiting her
parents. Mr. and Mrs B J. Robinson.
Judge S. P Payne left Saturday for
J. S Smith, Glen Dean, was the
week-end guests of his daughter, Mrs
B. J. Rhodes, and Mr Rhodes.
H M. Beard returned Saturday
from a week's stay in Ohio county
Mrs Nannie Hook, Indianapolis,
Ind., has arrived to visit her daugh
ters. Mrs Win. Uuvall, and Mr. Uu-
vall and Mrs. H Tower, and Mr.
Earl Glasscock has returned from
a visit with relatives at McDanicls.
G A Wright, McQuady, spent Sat
urday here on business
Men's Ribbed Union Suits at onlv
$l..-iu at B F. Beard & Co 's. Hard
Atty W S Ball, who was in Louis
m'IIc. the week-end, ha rettirntd.
D J. Alexander, who has been ill
for several days, i.s improving.
Miss Margaret ConnifT assisted at
E. II. Shclman's Hank last week.
Miss Evelyn Waggoner spent the
week-end with Miss Nona Lyddan,
A scries of revival meetings will be
held at the Methodist church, begin
ning March 14th, and lasting over
Mr run! Mrs. Edgar Compton,
Madisouvillc, visited Prof, and Mrs.
H. A Atcr, last week.
Miss 'Hose Alexander is the proud
possessor of a new victrola.
Union Services will be held at the
Methodist church on Sunday evening
Rev. T, N. Williams will preach.
Messrs. and Mcsdamcs S B Payne
and A. T. Drnnc will leave Thursday
for Dclatid, Florida, to remain the rest
of the winter.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at ? p in
Miss Judith Watlington has return
ed to her home at Hardinsburg. Slav
ing fiuLlicd her school at Bethel
Mr. and Airs. Larl ytckcrs will
leave next week for Madison, Ga., to
visit his father, Dr. Vickcrs
Mr and Mrs J. C. Payne. Mrs. J. F.
Vogel, Mrs. N. B. Nctherton and Miss
Louise Netherton were in Louisville,
W. J. Piggott returned from Cin
cinnati. Saturday evening
Dr. W. B. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor
spent last week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Win. Kendall at Webster.
N. Gardner spent Monday and
Tuesday in Louisville, purchasing
Miss Evelyn Bramlcttc, who is vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Lytic Hopkins,
Nashville, Tenn., writes that she is
enjoying her stay and was delight
fully entertained at the beautiful home
of Mr and Mrs. John Berry.
Mrs. N Gardner, Miss Ellen Car
ter. Messrs. Hubert Livers'. Harry
Smith. Lamar Frymire and Edmund
Carter attended the dance at Clover
port on Friday evening.
Frank McCurran. Louisville, was
the week-end guest of George Pig
gott. Mrs. V J. Piggott is spending sev
eral days in Louisville and Lexington.
and Mr, Moorman,
Mrs. Sanders Pate has recently
been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Minor
E. P. Hardaway spent several days
recently in Louisville.
Paul Hardaway, of Bran den burg, is
with his brother, David, who is con
fined to his room with rheumatism
Miss Tcna Jordan was called to the
bedside of her sister, Mrs. Mary
Bcauchamp. of Mystic. Maauic Dowcll. Sunday
Rev. L. G. Diamond hllcd the pul-. Rcv ji, i Blackburn spent Sunday
pit of the Baptist church here Satur-' nj,,t witn Mr- aiu Mrs Meyers,
d j and Sunday and was the guest of Mf. n,,.i ,,. Albert Pool, of Am-
Air ami .irs, riugn uiarKson. ' mons, have gone
Hewitt Fciucl'cc spent the week-end cnni",i' tlio n-i nf .
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Willi ins fulfills, mi. tinii itu? jut
Foi'i'hcc near Hill Grove.
Mr. and Mrs Chas. R. Blanford had
for their dinner guests Wednesday,
Mrs Phil Cain and daughter, Mrs. E.
1'. Hardaway, Mrs J. L Triplett and
Dorothy Cam i
Mrs. Ray Keith has returned after
a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Stith. of Ekron.
We were indeed sorry to hear of
the burning of the pretty home of
Mr. Jake Williams, of Stiths Valley.'
Mrs. Nannie Robbins, of Irvington,1 Cincinnati, where he is taking mc
was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. . chanical work.
Nice winter weather here with two
inches of snow
Rev, J. Coyl moved from Nat Taul's
to Nor Miller's to make a crop this
year; Ben Blair moved from Nor
spent last week the guest of her sister, A,yilc.rs to M,kc. i'pnam ncruert
Mr. and Mrs. John Styles, ot Wit-. ": "" v-a...,,
nclton Ind t( Nilt Taul s
Miss Catherine Curr and mother' The school here will be out next
-,, Mi T ,,,,. NMsmi rnllrd mi Mrs. I 1 ucsday at the Hardin school House
B. V. Lewis. Sunday.
Mr. Evcrctts Payne, of Humbolt,
III., is visiting relatives and friends
Miss Eva and Eula Fife, of Steph
cnsport, spent Sunday with Alias
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Miss Katie Vessels, ot Uicnault.i
to Louisville to
c winter with her
Mr. June Horsley and family have
moved to their new home near Am
nions. Miss Ola Mattingly spent last week
Miss Guffie Nelson spent Sunday
with Blanch Horsley.
Mi's s Leota Wagnast and sister,
Alta Wagnast, of Stcphensport, at
tended church at
John Davis will move from Homer
Taul's to Hubcr Miller's to make a
crop this year, and Bill Fuqua will
move in where he is and work fjr
J. M Bcatty and Jamc? Mattingly
attended the loose leaf sale in Clover-
port, last week: i
J. E. Bcatty went to Hardinsburg,
one day last week on business.
James Mattingly has been at work i
at Mort Trent's saw mill on Charley
Miller's farm. I
Mrs. Charlie Brickcy and her sister
One thing that this country needs
just now is a spread of the Wool
worth attitude among business men.
Some of them lost a genuine fighting
interest in their own enterprises when
the war made things too easy for,a
tiiciu some ot tlicm, believing thatf
their plants could run without their''
constant attention began to play other
men's business games in the stock
The business men of the United
States have got to mind their own
businesses and in the way that Wool
worth minded his. N, Y. Herald.
N. LAMAR CANDIDATE
FOR RE-ELECTION AS CO.
CLERK IN HANCOCK.
Last week's issue of the Hancock
Clarion, Hawesville, contained the an
nouncement of Mr. Ed. M Lamar,
candidate for the olhcc of County
Clerk ,to succeed himself, subject to
the action of the Republican party in
the August primary.
The Clarion, in addition to the an-
Mi IpiV Mnv Vatr wrn tn rinv. ' nouiicciuciit, made this statement rc-
rmnri ins itfnminv n,wt wKm ti,n garduig Mr. Lamar s candidacy:
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Amnions. Sunday! guests of their grand mother while "",""" ','; ' X'. ,l" " 'Vi
riiprn .-,-.... , .... .... . iiu um-
"mL Ionise Mitchel of Derby. I Dud Morton is building a new ad- jng.his terms in oflice ; has transacted
iT.wl ...no lm wnilr.inil mmt nf Mis dltlOIl tO lllS llOUSC
Where There's a Baby On Farm Keep. Nannie Lee Gardner, of Chenault. J- M. Bcatty is making boards
Rat-Snap. , Mr. Jim Rose, of Chenault. was call- recover his stock barn.
led to the bedside of his sister, last .Mlkc Hcndrick and wife went to
week. Mrs. James Hall, of Owens-1 uovcrport. one day last wecic shop-
Mr and Mrs Ilillard Biggs, of Cin
cinnati. isitcd Mr and Mrs. J B
Bigg?. Iat week
Mi-s Eula Ncafu. Messrs. Ode
V'lioberry anil Russell A-hcraft spent
the week-end with Mr and Mrs Glen
Mr and Mrs. Ed.i-d Robeit.sou.
Tell Citj. Ind, are u-itor- of Mr
jrd Mrs J tse Morn-on
Miss I eti; Johnson Hardinsburg,
vui spend e wi'iu-eri' with h
-'r David Crews uited Dr and
M s J Satidhach at Garfield, last i
Lon Gregory, of Illinois, is visiting
his brothers, Thomas and L. D. Gregory
Men s Ribbed Union Suits at only
$1..)0 at B F. Beard & Co.'s, Hard
Mr. and Mrs Austin Leurand had
as their guests Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Clint Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Burton
Basham and children.
Taylor Dowell was in Hardinsburg.
Mr L D Gregory and Miss Nancy
Board were guests of Mrs. Cragg. at
Webster, last week.
Rev Harvey English filled his reg
ular appointment at the Baptist
Men's shirts and drawers onlv 7!)
cents at B F. Beard & Co '. Hard
insburg. B II Springate was in Hardinsburg
Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dowell were
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Char-
Supt .1 R. Meador was here Fri
day taking deeds for the federal high
way. Miss Wilina Whit worth, who is at
tending 1! C II S. was in town Sat
urday Mrs J W Bruner was in Irving
Men's heavy best quality Fleeced
I nion Suits, all sizes. $.! on. B F
Beard & Co, Hardinsburg
Misses Ruth and Marv Ann Harneil
were guests of their eorsin. Mrs II
Rats are nn mnst farms. Oner thev
get inside the house look out. Kats- oro. who lias since died
kill infants biting them is not un-l Mrs. H. S. English, of this place
usual. Nursing bottles attract rats, spent a few days in Hardinsburg. last
Break a cake of RAT-SNAP and week. I
throw it around It will surely rid. There was a pic supper at the
you of rats and mice. Three sizes, a.'ic1 Union Star school I oue last Satur
0.1c, $1 'Jr. Sold and guaranteed by day night. I
Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport,-and Mr. Orville McCoy, of Union Star.
B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg spent Tuesday ni- it with Mr. Cun
Advertiseinent. uinghani. of Chenault.
' Mr Dennie Morgan, of Amnions.
MYSTIC ' spent Saturday night and Sunday in
. Union Star.
A. L. Roberts was in Hardinsburg. I Mrs. H. S. English and children,
last Friday on business. I WCre the dinner guests of Messrs
Alva Avitt has returned to his work and Mcsdamcs. Elex and' Lawrence
I business of some kind with the most
to of the citizens of the county. He is a
aKiuiiiii icimuiii:dii uiii wiin u a iair
one and in the past has perforrngd
the duties of the office in such a way
that he has given as near satisfaction
as is possible for a man in his posi
tion to do. His experience in the of
fice which he seeks for the next term
has qualified him in "a peculiar manner
for the place, and with the feelintr
' that he had served the people to the
1 best of his ability during the time
. tht he has been Countv Clerk he is
a ew asking you to place the stamp of your
i approval on his services by endorsing
linn tor another term.
m Louisville, after a three weeks visit
with his mother, Mrs. J. M. Bane.
Mrs. Sarah Dunn is the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Tomer,
Mrs. A. L. Roberts was the guest
of Mrs. W. H. Bcauchamp, Saturday.
Fred Miller, of Sample, was the
Thursday night guest of Johnie Bur
E. 13. StifT has returned to his work
in New Albany, Ind, Saturday
Several from here attended the nic
supper at Union Star, Saturday
All reported a nice time.
Chester Skillman, Wallace Virgil
and Vernon Payne attended the party
at Stcphensport last Wednesday
Miss Zeluia Avitt was the Wednes
day guest of Miss Ruby Gcdling.
Mrs. Alice Cook and Mrs. Mary C
Bcauchamp. arc ill at this writing.
Miss Gola Bane has returned to
her work in Louisville, after a month's
visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
S. W Banc
Mr. Gcan Beauchamp. of Clifton
was the Saturday night and Sunday
guest of Mr W. H. Bcauchamp.
Lewis Cart closed his school Fri
day. Dec 14. at Popular Grove.
Mrs Owen Laslie, of Louisville, is
the week-end guest of her parents.
Mr and Mrs. Will Dowell.
Chester Skillman and Wallace
Pajne were Saturday night and Sun
ihy guests of Mr and Mrs. Sam
Brown, of Lodiburg
Mr. and Mrs. Lum Dowell spent
Sunday with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Curl.
FATTED PIG KILLED AT
HOME OF KLOOR, NAVAL
Miss Ruth Fullcnwider. a student at
the High School here spent last week
with her parents, at R'iberta. Ky.
Mr. and Mrs Hubert Lyons have
returned from their .vedding trip and
will be at home with Mr. and Mrs
Rev H J Blackburn filled his reg
ul.ir appointment at Amnions, Sun-d-iv.
"to'"-! jonas Lyons for a short time
they will start housekeeping.
Mrs. Lucy Humphrey is quite ill at
Mr Sam Dugan, of Tulsa. Okla..
has been here for some time the guest
of his sister. Mrs Lee Morgan.
Mrs. Marry Smith, of Sellersburg.
Ind.. has moved here where she and
her husband resided prior to their re
moval to Indiana.
The W. M U of the Philips Mem
orial Baptist church will meet at the
home of Mrs Lina Hamilton on Jan
Mrs. Hugh Green is very low, suf
fering from tuberculosis of the lungs
Earl Graham has completed the tax
books for Assessor Hamilton
The High School Faculty entertain
ed their pupils recenth with a well
arranged program of fun and delicious
Aunt Jane Wilson a highly respect
ed colored woman c f this town, died
Mclntyre ind Applegate have been
compelled to 'ilmid'iu the use of their
lutoinobiles to and from Brandenburg
Station on account of "the bad roads
Orbit orlcy is attending school at
These pretty sunny days arc
enjoyed by both young and old
Men's Ribbed Union Suits at onlv
St.oO at B F. Beard & Co.'s. Hard
insburg, Ky. .
We are glad to report only
on the sick list
Mr. Charlie Claik has been called
to Lcitchfield. to sec his grandson,
who has dyptlicria.
The entertainment given by the
Popular Run school Saturday after
noon was larcclv attended.
Mr. S. T. Miller was the guest of1 Crowley, La., Jan. 11. Louis A
his auitt, Mrs. T. D Stone, Saturday, Kloor, father of Lieut. Kloor, one of
and Sunday I the three naval balloonists whose ar-
j Men's heavy best quality Fleeced rival at Matticc, Ontario, was an
I Union Suits, "all sizes. $2.00. B. F. nounced today, closed his Krocery
( Beard & Co . Hardinsburg. t store soon after he received the news
Mr. Harvey Simmons, who fell a and killed a fatted young pig, which
short time ago and injured his knee, is will be prepared for the fete to wel
improving. come the young o.fficer to his home.
1 Mr. C. Bowlds gave the young peo-j "It is what he likes best," Mr. Kloor
pie around here a dance, Saturday stated, "and we want to give him a
night. real 'homelolk' feast when he gets
Miss Nora Alice Mattingly was the through with the necessary formal
guest of Miss Lcttic Critchcloe, Sat- ities and is able to come to us. The
urday and Sunday. j weather is cold now and the pig will
Men's shirts and drawers only 79 be about right when he comes."
I cents at B. F. Beard & Co.'s, Hard- Mrs. Kloor, vwho says she "hardly
Misses Eula and Mary Critcheloe
were the guests of Miss Ruby and
Lena Clark, Sunday.
ONE MAN'S FAITH
IN HIS WORK.
There is a business
appraisers' list of the
estate of Frank W. Woolworth.
This great merchant owned about
$(100,000 in bank stocks and about
$1. -0,ooo in railroad stocks. The re
mainder of his business investments,
amounting to more than $J."i,0()0,000.
was in his own enterprises.
It was not that ne lacked confi
dence in other men's judgement, but
that he had a consuming passion for
his own business. He built it up from
nothing. As it grew he returned the
profits to make it grow the more. He J Not alone the foreign strand
slept" since the news of the lost bal
loon was first received, today actively
participated in the plans for the home
coming. Lieut. Kloor, who was a student at
the Tulane University when the war
broke out, joined the navy and was
sent to the naval airplane station at
Pensacola and was later transferred
to the balloon division.
THE UNSEEN GUEST.
When we place an empty chair
As we sit us down to carve.
Will the unseen guest be there.
One who otherwist would starve?
We remember how we live;
It is not alone by bread.
There arc other things to give
Other hungers to be fed.
had faith in his own business and was
content to have practically all his
wealth tied up in enterprises which
he himself directed
Asks our bounty to be blessed:
It may be at our right baud
We will find the unseen guest.
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