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THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVSXPORT, KENTUCKY
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE M, 1M1
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THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION
Miss Adcle Frymirc, of Union star,
has gone to Lexington, where she
will attend the six weeks summer
school of the University of Kentucky.
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Dr. C. S. Suddarth, of Chicago,
spent Sunday evening with his sister,
Mrs. B. H. Parrish, and Dr. Parrish.
Miss Katherinc Reidel, of Holt has
returned home after a visit with her
aunt, Mrs. Annie Schriber, of Tell
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Graham and
sons, Roy and James Graham, and
Miss Rubic Stevens, of Louisville,
were the weekend guests of Mr.
Graham's sister, Mrs. Clyde Morri
son, and Mr. Morrison.
Misses Elizabeth and Clare Morris,
of Big Spring, arc visiting their aunt,
Mrs. B. H. Springgatc, and Mr.
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Master John C. Lcitch, Jr., of Ben
Avon; Pa., arrived Sunday evening
for a visit with his grandmother, Mrs.
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Mr. Charles Mays, of Webster,
spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
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Miss Lillian May will leave Friday
or Bowling Green to enter the sum-
ier school at the State Normal.
The Ursuline Sisters of St. Rose
school have gone to Mt. St. Joseph,
near Owcnsboro, during the vacation
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Mrs. David B. Phelps and children
Katherinc, Billy and Nancy Phelps,
have returned from a three weeks visit
Residence 56 Office S6-J
DR. JESSE BAUCUM
8 to 12 A. M. 1 to 5 P. M.
I Your Sheep Profits
ft by Better Grade Sheep
gf Better Sire Sales
Pp Bourbon Stock Yards
"u Louisville, Kentucky
L 200 Purebred Bucks and Ewes
P 2,000 High Grade Ewes wit be
F sold to Farmers AT AUCTION
I: August 11th, 1921
R, This series of sales is merely to
ie- improve the breeding of livestock
K , in Kentucky and is conducted by
& the Louisville Livestock Ex-
jffi ' change without profit.
WC It is indorsed by:
f The United States Government
Pf, The Kentucky College of Agri-
mfi The Kentucky Puoebred Live-
Pp- stock Association
K? Write for information to
It. The Louisville Livestock
M. HAMMAN SON
Established by M. HammaR, 1M9 Under Present Man
agement Since 1896
FURNITURE DEALERS, FUNERAL
DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS
Kentucky and Indiana License
Owensboro and Louisville agency for cut flow
ers; Singer Sewing Machines (easy terms, spe
cial contract to farmers) Needles and Repairs
for all machines. Eastman Kodaks and Films,
Premo Cameras; Hoosier and Sellers Kitchen
Cabinets; O'Cedar and Liquid Veneer Hops and
Polishes; Palace, Cedarine, Waxit and Monarch
Furniture and Auto Polish; United States and
Kokomo Auto Tires; Reach and Spalding Base
Balls and Sporting Goods; Linoleum; Pillows;
Window and Plate Glass.
All Goods Marked In PlaliCFlgiires
C. W. Hamman
Ciuab. Fkaac at, Bay ar Nlfjbt
iOf Persohal Interest
Mill Bubenzer Married ,
To Mr. Clyde R. Walter.
Rome, Ind., June So. (Special To
The Brcckcnridgc News) On Sat
urday evening at six o'clock in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bubenzcr
of Rome, Ind., their daughter Miss
Irene Bubenzcr was married to Mr.
Clyde R. Walters, of Tell City, Ind.
The ceremony was said by Rev. A.
B. Meyer, pastor of the First Evan
gelical church, of Tell City.
The only attendant was Miss Mary
C. Hardin, of Rome, who was the
maid of honor.
After the ceremony a wedding'sup
pcr was served.
The brida was attired in a blue taf
feta dress with which she carried
pink Kilarney roses. The maid of
hoior's dress was pink swiss, and her
flowers were Marie Lconida's roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Walters will spend
the summer at the home of the bride's
parents. In September they will go to
Tell City, where Mr. Walters will re
sume his work as principal of the
North building in the Tell City Public
school. The groom was in the army
during the World War. The bride is
a niece of Dr. E. M. Wedding, and
Mrs. Wedding, of Cloverport.
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74th Birthday Anniversary.
Celebration of Mrs. Carter's
Several of her children, grandchild
ren and a few neighbors gathered at
the country home of Mrs. Kate Car
ter last Wednesday in celebration' of
Mrs. Carter's seventy-fourth birthday
anniversary. A 'sumptous dinner was
served to the following: Mr. and Mrs.
E. Frank Carter and children, Kath
erinc, Ruth, Robert, Stafford, Marion
and Richard; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Carter and son, Floyd, Jr., Mr. Ber
nard Carter, Mrs. O. W. Hcndrick
son and daughter, Miss Mildred Hcn
drickson. o o o
Birthday Party For
Little Misses Carson.
Mrs. John Carson entertained on
Saturday afternoon with a birthday
party in honor of her two daughters,
Minnie Lee and Helen, who celebrat
ed their twelfth and ninth birthday
The guests werc:Vera Dugan, Vir
ginia, Rosalia and Ernestine Lewis,
Bessie Kcil, Annie May, Frances
Martin, Stsjc Hemphill, Sybcllc
Berry, Eva May, Helen Berry, Mar
garet May, Louise Black, Eva Mar
garet Black, Esther Furrow, Mildred
Nail, Frances Lee Newton, Eleanor
Martin, Eva Pate, Kathertne Phelps,
Frances Stpn'res, Marie Cook. Mar
garet Pauley, Elmer Lee Newton,
Margaret Newsom, Charlie Lee and
Annie Louise Hamman, Virginia
Downs, Dorothy May, Anna Bell
Gregory. Magdeline Harper, Artclia
Bownc, Betsy Bowne, Pauline Miller,
Marie Gregory, George F. Crist, and
Susie Ahl. of Holt. Mrs. A. C. Du
gan, Mrs. L. V. Chapin, Mrs. Henry
Lewjs, Mrs. Wm. Hoffious- and Miss
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Miss Weatherholt and
Mr. P. O. Hunter Marry Today.
The marriage of Miss Cleona
Weatherholt, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George Weatherholt, and Mr.
Patrick Owen Hunter, of Red Bluff,
Calif., will be solemnized in Louis
ville, Wednesday afternoon, June 22,
at 4 o'clock in the parsonage of the
Fourth Avenue Baptist church, the
Rev. Dr. John F. Fraser, officating.
The bride will wear her traveling
suit of blue tricollete with a blue
taffeta hat and a corsage of Madame
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter will leave for
their home in Red Bluff, Calif., on
Monday. Before leaving Kentucky,
they will spend Thursday and Friday
with Mr. Hunter's mother, Mrs.
Lucy Hunter, of Glen Dean, and the
week-end here with Mrs. Hunter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Weatherholt.
with Mrs. Phelps' mother. Mrs. J. W.
Crenshaw, of Versailles. Miss Phelps
has as her guest Miss Elizabeth Mas
tin, who came home with her Friday
Miss Martha Willis arrived home
Friday evening from Louisville,
where she recently underwent an op
eration at St". Joheph's Infirmary.
NOTE Please notify the editor wi.vu tou
desire advertisements discontinued.
FOR SAt.E One Stallion, sorrel with a star
In forehead, 10 12 hands high, Rood sad ,
dler and his colts are all good saddlers, lie
Is nine years old. George N. Duttchke,
owner ami keeper, Lodiburg, ij. Write me
or come to see me about the horse, fit tf
FOR SALE Gasoline Filtering Station, to.
cated on best street in Owensboro, S gas
pumps, 4 oil pumps, 2,200 gallon storage
tanks and office. Call at K0H Fredlca St.,
Owensboro, or write II. Driskell, Clover
port, Ky. 52 It
FOR SALE Fresh, thoroughbred Jersey cow
Satisfaction guaranteed. Joseph Dallmait,
Cloverport, Ky. C2 tf
FOR SALE Hickory splints, hand made
chair weaving 30 seats for $1.00. Prepaid.
David Hardin, Itawesville, Ky. 52 1
FOR SALE Ford Touring car, good as new.
Will exchange for stock cattle or approved
paper. C. V. Robertson, Hardinsburg, Ky.
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rOR SALE Three high grade Bl Type
Poland China Boars. Something nice. .1 A.
Waggoner, Hardinsburg, Ky. Home 2. It) tf
FOR SALE Old newspapers, 5c a bunch,
Dreckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky,
FOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages.
The Breckenridge News, Cloverport. Ky.
WANTED A farm hand with small family
to work for wages. House and. garden stuff
furnished also fire wood. Address Box 20,
Hardinsburg, Ky. .12 3t
WANTED LIVE FOXES
WANTED Live foxes, both red and grey.
Take any number. Must We sound. O. B.
Vaughhn, Garfield, Ky. . 47 Ot
Miss Willis spent several days iif the
homes of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ran
dall and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Web
er, after leaving the infirmary.
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Miss Mabel McCracken, of Louis
villc, was the guest of Miss Mary Joe
Mattingly, Wednesday and Thursday,
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Taylor, of
Louisville, were the week-end guests
of Mrs. Sallic Moorman.
Mr. and Mrs. Enps Tuley have re
turned to their home in Evansville,
after a visit with Mrs. Tulcy's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Brickcy, of
Dr. B. H. Parrish, Mrs. Parrish and
children, Clyde, Daniel and Mary
Elizabeth Parrish, were Jn Tobinsport
the week-end guests of Mrs. Parrish's
mother, Mrs. Mary Suddarth and
brother, Dr. C. S. Suddarth, of Chica
go. o o o
Mr. and Mrs. George Fuqua and
daughters, Misses Cecelia, Josephine
and Havia and son, George, Jr.. of
Birmingham, Ala., visited Mrs. Fu
qua's aunt, Mrs: Rose O'Reilly, and
other relatives last Wednesday and
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Miss Mabel O Council and cousin,
Miss Jessie Haycraft returned to
their home in McQuady, after spend
ing a few days with Miss O'ConneTs
aunts, Mrs. J. T. O'Connell and Mrs.
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The following motorists composed
a party to Tell City last Sunday
where they were guests of Mrs. Jor
dan: Mrs. T. J. Harrington, Misses
Clara, Lucilc, Rhuma B' and Eliza
beth Harrington; Mr. and Mrs. O.
W. Hcndrickson and daughter. Mil
dred; Miss Ollie Waggoner, Messrs.
Shelby Harrington, and Virgil Frank.
Miss Eloise Nolte will leave Friday
for Chicago, where she will enter the
Department of Music of the Univer
sity of Chicago for a six weeks sum
mer course in piano forte music.
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Mr. Forrest Dryden Weatherholt,
who was graduated last week from
the University of Kentucky, Lexing
ton, is at home to spend the summer
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mar
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Mrs. E. C. Nail and children. Miss
Mildred Nail and Edward Nail, Jr.,
have gone to Fulton, Ky.. for a visit
with Mrs. Nail's mother, Mrs. Wright
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Miss Leonora McGavock left Fri
day for Lexington, where she will
take a six weeks course in the teach
er's summer school of the- Univer
sity of Kentucky.
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Miss Lucinda Younger, of Louis
ville, is Visiting in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Skillman.
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Mr. and Mrs. C A. Compton spent
Sunday with Mrs. Compton's brother,
Mr. Eli Chapin, and Mrs. Chapin.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. May, Miss
Eva May and Miss Kate May, of
Canucltou, Mr. and Mrs. Frank P.
May, of Stuebenvillc, O., motored
here Sunday and were guests of Miss
es Eva and Eliza May.
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Mrs. Sam Ramsey is in East St.
Louis visiting her sister, Mrs. Leo
Palmier, and Mr. Palmier.
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Mr. Walter Weisenberg left Thurs
day for Ratton, New Mexico, where
he will be indefinitely. He is at tlte
home of Mr. Raymond Pate, formerly
of Cloverport, and Mrs. Pate.
Mrs. George Merritt, of Holt, was
in Cloverport, Saturday.
Mrs. N. H. Quiggins and two child
ren, Agnes and Dorothy, spent Mon
day in Addison with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Jas. Frank, of Addisotf was in
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Mr. Jesse Owen, of Louisville, js
here to spend a fortnight with his
mother, Mrs. J. T. Owen.
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Deeds, Contracts, Mortgages, legal
ly drawn, V. G. Babbagc Attorney
and Notary ruiiiic
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Pierce and
daughters. Jeanette. Anna Duncan
LIVE STOCK AND
POI.ITir A I
FOR STATE SENATOR
We are authorised to announce Pal Garner,
of Breckinridge County, as a candidate for
nomination to the office of State Senator, sub
ject to the action of the Republican Party
in this the Tenth Senatorial District com
poied of the counties of Breckinridge, Gray
son, Hancock and Hart.
We are authorised to announce Dr. S. P.
Parks, of Breckinridge county, as a candid
ate for nomination to the office of State
Senator, subject to the action of the Repub
lican party In this the 10th Senatorial Dis
trict, composed of the counties of Breckin
ridge, Grayson, Hancock and. Hart.
We are authorised to announce Judge G,
W, Newman, of Hancock County, as a can
didate for Representative in the district com
posed of Breckinridge and Hancock Counties,
subject to the action of the Republican party
in the August Primary.
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE
We are authorized to announce Judge J.
R. Layman as a candidate for re-election to
the office of Circuit Judge of this District,
subject to the action of the Democratic Pri
mary Election, August 0, 1021.
FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK
We are authorized to announce D. D.
Dowell as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk
of Breckinridge County, subject to the action
of the Republican Primary, Saturday, August
FOR COUNTY JUDGE
We are authorized to announce J'. M.
Basham as a candidate for Judge of Breck
inridge County, subject to the action of the
Republican Primary, Saturday, August 0,
We are authorized to announce Jesse M.
Howard as a candidate for Judge of Breckin
ridge County subject to the action of the
Democratic primary, Saturday Aug. 0, 1021.
FOR COUNTY CLERK
We are authorized to announce Arthur T.
Beard as a candidate for County Court Clerk
of Breckinridge County, subject to the action
of the Republican Primary election, Saturday
Aug. 0, 1021.
We are authorized to announce W. C. Pate,
as candidate for Sheriff of Breckinridge
County, subject to the action of the Repub
lican Primary, Saturday, Aug. C, 1021.
We are authorized to announce Lee Alexan
der, of Harned, as a candidate for Sheriff
of Breckinridge County subject to the action
of the Democratic party. Primary Election
FOR MAGISTRATE 6TH MAGISTERIAL
We are authorized to announce R. D. Fish
er, of Kockvale, as a candidate for Magis
trate in the Cth Magisterial District, subject
to the action of the Democratic Primary,
and Roberta fierce, of Cleveland, O.,
arc guests of Mr. Pierce's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Pierce at Rose
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Mrs. Frank L. Moorman. Ft.
Worth, Texas, who Mailed from New
York City. June Hi. has arrived at
Lallarve. France, where she will visit
her parents, M. and Madame Genaillc.
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Lucile Memorial Presbyterian
church will meet at the church Fri
day evening of this week.
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Mr. and Mrs. Kemp. Mrs. East
man. Miss Corrine Kemp anil Miss
Lucile Eastman motored here Tues
day from Cannelton.
From W. M. U.. McQuady, Ky.
Whereas, on April L'S, VXi, God in
his infinite wisdom called home our
beloved sister. Mrs. Dorcas Frank,
who was so faithful in all christian
activities and one whom we all loved.
Therefore be it resolved:
First, that we as members of Cor
inth W. M. U.. have lost a faithful
member, the husband and children,
a loving wife and devoted mother.
But we bow in submission to the will
of God, that in all things His will
not ours be done.
Second, that we extend to the sor
rowing family and friends our heart
felt sympathy in this their loss, which
is Heaven's eternal gain. And com
mend them to our Heavenly Father,
who alone has the power to comfort
and heal their broken hearts.
Third, that a copy of these resolu
tions be sent The Breckenrnlge News
and Western Recorder for publica
tion, a copy be furnished the be
reaved family and also be recorded in
the minutes of the society.
Mrs. Win. Brickcy
, Miss Mildred Lyons
Miss Pearl Lyons, Com.
REV. ENGLISH HAS NAR
ROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH
Amnions, Ky., June 21. (Special)
The Rev. H. S. English, of this ptace
had a narrow escape from death this
week. The Rev. Mr. English, in at
tempting to clean a gasoline tank for
hauling water, dropped a lighted
match into it when the tank exploded,
blowing a large hole in the ground.
Fortunately Mr. English escaped
without serious injury.
BRECKINRIDGE CO. MIN
ISTER SUES FOR SLANDER
Elizabethtown, Ky., JuueH. M.
N. Cralle, a Virtrecs merchant was
sued for $10,o00 damages for alleged
slander by the Rev, Noah Bennett,
of Breckinridge county. The suit was
filed here. Bennett alleged that
Cralle called him a "lowdown, lying
Dr. O. E. HART
Will be in
4th MONDAY IN EACH MONTH
Cool Wash Goods
At a Refreshing Price
The warm weather has probably made you realize
how many, many thin, summery things its going to
take to keep you dainty and charming this summer.
Here are some of the materials:
Organdie, a beautiful lot in all the
:i(J-in. wide, per yard
Voile, a nice quality in fancy and
38-in. wide, per yard
Volies, a new line of polka dots,
38-in. wide, per y"
Dotted Swiss in plain white, good
nfi-in. wide, per yard
Flaxon, plain and checks and stripes,
.in-iii. wide, per yard
Ginghams, a good line of large and
and stripes. Per yard
Skirting, white in novelty strip designs.
!10-in. wide, per "'l
J. C. NOLTE & BRO.
BRIEF LOCAL ITEMS
A box of ever-bearing strawberries
was presented to the Editor of The
Breckenridge News on Monday by
Mrs. C. A. Compton. They were
grown in her garden. The berries are
as large and as luciotts as those
grown the first of the strawberry
Miss Mary Virginia Dwyer was
graduated from the Sacred Heart
Academny, Louisville, last week, re
ceiving an academic diploma. Miss
Dwyer is remembered in Cloverport,
having spent last summer here with
Mrs. Kate Carter.
i In assigning two Engine crews to
. the Branch Passenger runs, Engineer
I Morrison and Fireman Murphy drew
' Nos 111) and 111. while Engineer
Kramer and Fireman Mitchell held
the trump card on II'.' and I in. Irv
i mgtoit Herald.
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i A public sale was held in the livery
' stable at the West end of the bridge
. Saturday afternoon to dispose of odds
and ends of tools, farming imple
ments, harness etc., belonging to the
'late Dr. F. L. Lightfoot. Mr. J N.
Conkwright cried the -alc.
j Mr. William J. Stone. ii.) years
for twenty vears vardmaster of
I Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis
ranroau, cncci Wednesday, lie was
the third of the Company's oldest
employes who have succumbed in a
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS
Big Type Poland Chinas
Several Poland China Gilts bred to farrow in June and
July, one good boar weighing about 150 pounds in thin
flesh and as nice a lot of February pigs as we ever raised.
Also nine October gilts weighing about 150 to 160 pounds
and as pretty as pictures and all priced very reasonably
and pedigrees recorded free.
W. J. OWEN & SONS, R. 1, HARDINSBURG, KY.
The question of your having money is up to you alone.
You must put money in the bank if you're going to have
With a bank account, you have the respect of the people
you know, the respect of yourself, and the confidence of
those for whom you work.
By putting money in the bank every payday you will
have enough some day to establish a business of your
FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO.
that's all the rage.
small plaids OA and OK
, , "1 &Jj
$1.00 " $1.25
ORDERS SALE OF LEASES ON
PROPERTY OF MRS. E. WEBB
At the June term of court in Haw
csvillc last week, Judge R. V. Slack
took action in the case of the
suit over the estate of the late Mrs.
Eliza Webb, of Hawesville. Judge
Slack drew up an order directit g the
sale of the nmtey-nine year L'ase on
some $25,000 worth of land belonging
to Mrs. Webb in Hancock county.
Mrs. Webb intended that the pro
ceeds of the land should go to the
I Methodist church in that county for
the next ninety-nine years, but when
the will was construed in the court
of appeals it was found that it provid
ed that the land should go to the
church after that time. Therefore the
lease on the land is to he sold until
the expiration of that period.
AT A LECTURE
"I'm glad I wore my Canton crape. ,
I I sec that Mrs. Jones has one;
Just glance at Maud's black satin cape
, It's quite the smartest Peggy's done.
Glen Dean. Ky.
J. M. Howard & Son, Prop.
BULLS Grandson of White
of Whitehall Sultan.
COWS In calf to a son of
Rodney. Also Dairy Cattle.
DUROC HOGS OF ALL KINDS
1st Class Stock, Satisfaction Guaranteed
Will take in exchange any kind of
common stock. It will pay you to
see my herd
Now is time to buy Pure Bred Stock