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TE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY
JUNE SS, lfftl
In the County
Dr Ben Harncd and Mrs. Harncd,
of Durant, Okla., arrived Friday to
visit Dr. Harncd's sister, Mrs. John
Alexander, and Mr. Alexander.
Miss Marian Kinchcloc lias return
ed from Lexington, to spend the sum
mer with her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
A. M. Kinchcloc.
Miss Elcanora Robertson, who has
been the guest of her father, Vic
Robertson, and grandfather, Win.
lfcnslcy, has returned to Glen Dean.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kinkhcad and
children, of Iluntingsburg. W. Va
are visiting Mrs. Kinkcad's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Peyton.
Mrs. Jane I'oole, of McDanicl. is
visiting her son, L. Poole, and Mrs.
Ely Duvall, of Louisville, is the'
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Mary Bashatu and Miss Mary
O'Reilly have returned from Mt. St.
Joseph, where they attended school.
Joe Glasscock, of McDanicls. was
the guest of his brother, Lon Glass
cock, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Wm. Mattingly have
returned from a visit with relatives
in Glen Dean.
Mrs. Gus Brown, who has been ill
for two weeks, is improving.
John Walker, who attended a
house party at the home of Miss
Rcnfrow, of Hartford, has returned.
Miss Mary Helen Shccran, of Kirk,
Miss Margaret O'Reilly and Miss
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RHEUMATISM KNOCKED OUT WITH USE OF
CO - RHU - CU
Co-ltliU'Cu it no new tiling, as it lias liccn
old for many ytars w it It most remarkable
It lias uiwn relief to hundreds ot people
and its fame i fast traeliut; over the whole
Tins is due to the merits of the medicine,
one patient uses it and tells his neialil'or
nlmut it, It works like manic absolutely
scientifically eradicating the uric acid from
It lias not the sliKlitest bail effect on the
stomaclt. on the other hand onea user has
said it was the best thing for indigestion
they hail efer seen. If ou are a sufferer from
rheumatism read some of the following tes
timonials thin buy a bottle of Co-Kliu-Cu
also get a bottle of Co-Kliu-Cu Liver Pills,
the very best fill on the market for the !Uer,
Ask your druggist for a sample of Co-Klm-Cu
I.iver fills. They will do you good and
when once used you will use no other.
IJoth these remedies are scinlifically pre-
fared and give absolute satisfaction. We
lave hundreds of testimonials as to their
nicrits, but have space at this time for one.
Read what Mr. J, E. Pryor, of Calhoun,
Ky., has to say:
"I had bceu a sufferer with rheumatism for
over two years, was on crutches for tiftecn
Both CO-RHU-CU and the Liver Pills
are for sale by all druggists.
CO-RHU-CU MEDICINE CO., Inc., Proprietors
Viola Grccnwcll attended the com
mencement at Nazareth last Thurs
day Miss Klilcr, of Chcnault, was the
week-end guest of her cousin, Miss
Mr. Barney Sipiircs, of Clovcrport,
was the guest of his daughter, Mrs.
Robert Hcmirick, and Mr. Hcndrick.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gregory,
who attended the graduation of their
son. Geo. Gregory at Lexington, last
week, have returned.
The Ursuline Sisters of St. Rom
aultls nariochal school wilt leave this
i week for the Mother house at Mt.
St. Joseph s to spend their vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Huff were the
guests of relatives and friends in
Miss Anna Sills, the day operator
of the Cumberland Telephone and
Telegraph Co., is spending her vaca
tion with relatives in Oweusboro.
Miss Ruth Kinchcloc left Sunday
for Louisville to spend one week of
her vacation with relatives and
Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Taylor, of Rus
scllville. arc visiting Dr. Taylor's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor
Mr. Felix Robinson has resigned
his position as manager for the Home
Telephone and Telegraph Co., and
left Monday for Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cannon and
children attended the funeral of Mrs.
Cannon's sister, Mrs. Jesse Dunn, at
Mrs. C. Vic Robertson arrived
Sunday from Watson. Ala., after a
two weeks visit with her niece, Mrs.
Powers, and Mr. Powers.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Whitworth and
daughter, Miss Mattic Lee Whit
worth, attended the graduation of
their daughter, Miss Mary Helen
Whitworth, from the State University
Joe A. Lex has returned after a
short visit with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Kdd Lex, of Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs, Boone Jarboe arc re
joicing over the arrival of a son,
Joseph Earl. June 1.1th Route U'.
Wedding hells are ringing, ringing.
Miss Helen Vincent, of Louisville,
is the guest of Miss Evelyn King.
Mrs. Kate Bennett is visiting rela
tives in Owcnshoro.
Rev. Matt Bell, of Louisville, vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell, last
Mesdames H B. Head. Vcrda Mc
Ghec and Miss Mcda Ditto, attended
an all clay missionary meeting at
Mrs. Virgil Britc and Miss Martha
Howe Brite. of Louisville, spent t he-week-end
here with friends.
Miss Eric Smith, of Guston, visit
ed Mr and Mrs. X. Gardner, last
Owners of business houses of Irv
ingtou. contemplate closing at 0 o'
clock during July and August except
Mrs. Lucy Hesselton and daughter,
MU Irene Hcs;cltoil. of Chicago.
visited Mr. and Mns. C. V. Hawcs,
Mrs. Leek Craycraft and baby, of
Flaherty, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.-
J. D Crews, last week.
' Mrs. A. T. Adkins. Misses Xell
Smith and Mabel Adkins. spent Fri
day in Louisville
i Ed F. Alexander and son. Ray,
attended a Gun Shoot in Louisville,
Messrs. J. V. Willis. Fred Bright.
W. J. Piggott. M. C. Green. John
Musselman, Mesdames A. T. Adkins.
John Miles and children, attended
the funeral of Jerry Tilford at Fords
I Misses Angic and Margaret Gibson
are home from Louisville
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reese and
Eruest.Jr., of Dallas. Texas, arrived
Thursday to visit his mother, Mrs.
Sue Simmons They motored through
arriving here on the thirteenth day.
Will Bode, of Louisville, returned
home Monday after a week's vacation
at Mr and Mrs. John Xcvitt's, of
Irvington base ball team crossed
bats with the L. H. & St L. R. R.
liicn Saturday afternoon. The score
being ! to '.' in favor of the Irvington
Miss Annie Mac Wilson is visiting
relatives in St. Louis, Mo., and
Misses Pauline Waggoner, Cath
erine and Elizabeth Heuuingcr spent
the week-end with Miss Mary Smith
J. B Biggs went to Cincinnati,
Saturday to see his son Hillard Biggs,
who is seriously ill at St. Francis
mouths and of course was unable to do any
kind of work at all. My friend thought there
was no chance for me to get. well. I tried
doctors and ever) thing that was recommend
td hut nothing seemed to have the slightest
effect on Hi) trouble, in fact I gae up my
self; I was in the dtpths of despair, when a
friend of mine called my attention to your
remedy Co-KhuC'u and I immediately bought
a bottle ami began to take it.
From the very start I could realize it did
me good and after taking half a bottle I was
able to go to plowing and any other work
that came up. I continued its use till I had
taken three or four bottles after which I
can truthfully say I haven't had a symptom
of the rheumatism. I have m joyed better
htatth since 1 was cured than ever before in
my life. It lias been over a year since I
received prrmantnt relief.
I have recommended Co-Ithu-Cu to hun
dreds of people and shall take pleasure in
continuing to do so. I might add that all I
have recommended it to have had a happy
recovery from the dread disease. I certainly
want to help anybody who suffers with
rheumatism, out of their trouble by recom
Hoping every sufferer from Rheumatism
may get in touch with your valuable remedy,
Mrs. George Davis, of Dallas, Tex.,
who has been the guest of Mr, and
Mrs. Richard Sipcs left Monday for
St. Louis to join her husband. They
will visit in California and Yellow
stone National Park before return
Miss Julia Lyons, of Moravia, visit
ed Mrs. Mollic Dempster, last week.
Misses Ruth and Marion Gross, of
New Albany, are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. O. Marshall.
Hobert Dranc, of Wichita Falls,
Texas, has been the guest of Mr and
Mrs. A. T. Dranc.
Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington,
have been quite ill.
Mrs. L. ,B. Moorman spent Wed
nesday ami Thursday in Louisville.
Dr. W. B. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor
motored to Glasgow for the week
end. Kairlcigh Hcrndon, of Louisville,
spent Sunday with his father, J. M
Carl Adkins will go to the Mam
moth Cave on the SDtli to camp two
weeks with the Y. M. C. A. group.
George Ashcraft, who has been' ill
for quite awhile has gone to Louis
ville, to consult a specialist.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bungcr and son.
Adrain, of Brandenburg, spent -Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Lon Cowley.
A number of young people chaper
oned by Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vogel en
joyed an outing at the beautiful coun
try home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Ncvitt on Sunday afternoon.
Sheriff Jesse Carman, of Hardins
burg, was the guest of his brother,
Evans Carman, Friday.
A. L. Lewis was in Louisville, last
Win. Gilbert was in Hardinsburg,
Mr. John Entcrkinc and two daugh
ters, Misses Dorris and Edith, of St.
Louis, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Rev. P. H. Canary, of Columbus.
O., preached in the City Hall, to a
large crowd, on Wednesday and Fri
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. French were in
Louisville, last week.
Mrs. Tela Nnttintrhatii. of Lodiburtr.
was the guest of Mrs. W. J. Schopp,
Walter Wcisenbcrg, of Clovcrport,
snnr Inst Weclnesrlav with bis trrand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hanks.
Mr. Peyton Canary and two daugh
ters, Misses Mary and Flossie were
in Clovcrport, Thursday,
Mrs. Jake Miller and daughter,
Miss Vcrna, were in .Clovcrport,
Rev. E. S. Flynt, of Louisville, who
has been ill, was able to fill his pulpit
; at the Baptist church, Sunday.
Sam H. Dix was in Clovcrport,
I Miss Lena Payne was in Clovcr
port, Tuesday having dental work
Miss Helen Bashatu returned Sun
day from Clovcrport. having been the
guest of Mrs. Win. Puniphrcy.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bennett arc
receiving congratulations on the birth
of a son, Letcher Dowell, June lGth.
W. J. Schopp was in Louisville, last
J. W. Cashman, of Louisville, is
visiting his sous, A. B. Cashman and
W. C. Cashman.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell and
children were in Hardinsburg, Sat
urday. Mrs. John Wcisenbcrg, of Clovcr
port was the Sunday guest of her par
ents, Mr-jKid Mrs. W. B. Hanks.
Mrs. Sallic Moorman, of Clovcr
port. was the guest of Mrs. O. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Maysey and
son, Paul, accompanied by Kenneth
E. Gilbert, left Sunday in Mr. May
scy's motor car for New Windsor,
III., to visit Mrs. Mayscy's parents,
Mr. and! Mrs.. Thos. Blaine. Mrp.
Blaine who has been ill for several
weeks is no better.
Mrs. Smith, of Hawcsvillc, is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Evans
Carman, and Mr. Carman.
Dr. Goldstine, who practiced medi
cine, here many years ago, stopped
here Sunday to shake hands with old
friends, lie was enroute from Evans
villc. to his home in Texas.
Mrs. Jim Waggoner is in Louis
ville, this week shopping.
Mrs. Ben Harper and children, and
Miss Marian Compton were guests of
Mrs. Dink Carman, Wednesday.
Mr. Jim StClair, of Webster, was
in town, Monday.
Miss Louise Brown, of Woodrow,
is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Dowell.
Miss Mattie Harned. of Custer, was
Loom End Sale
The Biggest Event in the Merchandising history of this
vicinity. Offering an endless chain of Bargains- -huge
quantities of newest merchandise are coming constantly
in a flood of unusual values will flow out for the next ten
days. You know our store! You know our Service! You
know what our Loom End Sale brings to you in the way
of substantial bargains!
COME BY ALL MEANS
SALE CLOSES SATURDAY JULY. 2
S. W. ANDERSON COMPANY
WHERE COURTESY REIGNS"
here last week enroute to her home
from Louisville, where she was the
guest of relatives.
Jesse Bruington was in Hardins
Miss Lillian Belle, of near, Irving
ton, was the guest of Miss Carrie M.
Miss Essie Board, of Cecelia, is
visiting her cousins, Miss Nancy
Board and Mr C. S. Board.
Mrs. Vic Pile and children, Vic, Jr.,
and Virginia, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Moorman. Saturday.
Mr. M. P. Compton, of Hardins
burg, was the guest of his brother,
Mr. Taylor Compton, and Mrs. Com
pton one day last week.
Misses Thcluia and .Wihua Whit
worth were guests of their aunt, 'Mrs.
Clint Davis, and Mr. Davis the week
end. A baby boy came Wednesday to
make his home with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. McCanish came Sunday night
to visit her sister, Mrs. Bill Stinnett.
Mrs. Andrew Board is suffering
from a dislocated knee.
Mrs. Richard Bandy, of Irvington,
was in town Saturday shopping and
while here she was the guest of Mrs.
J. A. Bruington.
Miss Bessie Snyder, of Hardins
burg, visited her sister, Mrs.,V. B.
Mattingly, last week.
Mrs. Abe Compton was in Hard
insburg, one day last week.
Mrs. Joe Rhodes was on the sick
list last week.
Miss Irene Bradley who has em
ployment in Cincinnati is home for a
Miss Philomcna Speak, after a
pleasant visit with her sisters at Lex
ington and St. Joseph's Infirmary,
returned home last week.
Miss Blanche Jarboe who has been
engaged in the millinery business in
Louisville, is home for her vacation.
Uncle Cliff Mattingly and daughter,
Irene, returned last Saturday from a
visit in Owcnshoro. They were ac
companied home by Master Russell
Masters Raymond and Robert
Rhodes were guests of F-aticis Rhod
es, last Saturday night and attended
the picture show at McDaniels.
Mrs. Huse and Miss Betsey Pool
were dinner guests of Mrs. H. B.
Critchcloc and family last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Bowlds and
family motored to Lcitchfield, last
These warm days strongly remind
mc of Rdily's poem:
"Knee Deep in June."
"Plague, if they ain't somepin in
Work at kindo goes ag'in '
My convictions I long about
Here in June especially!
Under some old apple-tree
Jes' a restin through and through
Nothing else at all to do."
Mrs. Kcnnt'c Clark and Mrs. Harry
Storms arc both on the sick list this
Miss Cecil Mattingly and brother,
Jack; Frank and Julian Storms at
tended the birthday dinner given to
Mr. Raffo Mattingly, of McCjuady,
at the home of his father, Mr. James
Mattingly. A big game of base ball
was played in the afternoon.
Mr Canary and daughters, Misses
Mary and Flossie Canary from near
Stcphcnsport were in town Thursday
visiting among friends.
Miss Mary Kcil is in Louisville as
sisting' her cousin, Miss Clara Fisher,
who is matron at the Jewish Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. George1 Carncll, of
Louisville, were the Saturday arid
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr.s Lu
Mrs. Douglas Williams, of Louis
ville, is with her sister, Mrs. Noble.
Mr. and Mrs. Bashani and child
ren, from Chicago, arc the guests of
Mrs. Basham's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Tom Blythe was here last Sun
day to sec his mother, Mrs. Blythe.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Orutn after
visiting Mr. Orum's mother, Mrs.
Connor Johnson, have returned to
their home yi Indianapolis, enroute
to Rockport to see relatives of Mrs.
Mrs. John Fisher, of Cynthiana, is
ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Charlie Loyd, and Mr. Loyd.
Mrs. George Garrett and daughter,
were here last week from Evansville,
to sec Mrs. Noble, who continues ill.
Miss Emma .Blythe has been to
Bowling Green, to attend the closing
exercises of the school where her"
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