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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, 1911
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DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET
For United States Senator,
OLLIE M. JAMKS,
JAMKS B. MiCRKARY,
For Lieutenant Governor,
E. J. McDKRMOTT.
For State Treasurer,
THOMAS G. RHKA.
HENRY M. BOSWORTH,
For Attorney General,
For Secretary of Stale,
C. F. CRKCKLIUS,
For Superintendent of Public In
struction, BARKSDALE HAMLETT,
For Commissioner of Agriculture,
J. W. NKWMAN,
For Clerk of Court of Appeals,
R. L. GRKKNK,
Fred Fraize went to Cincinnati Mon
day. Jas. O'Brien has been ill several
All farmers report splendid crops of
Dr. E. C. McDonald has returned
Go to see Mrs. Cordrey's fall milli
Hilliary Hardin has been made mar
shall of Cloverport.
You are cordially invited to visit
Miss Evelyn Hicks is showing beau
tiful fall millinery.
B. F. Beard went to Burgin Satur
day to visit his daughter.
S. H. Davis and V.G. Goodman were
in Louisville Thursday.
Alf Taylor, Custer, is in Louisville
this week selling tobacco.
Wilbur Hamman has gone to Chica
go to enter the University.
Jim Satterfield, of Barboursville, is
visiting at the Satterlield home.
Allen R. Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg,
was here Tuesday taking depositions.
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Lawson and
baby returned from Louisville Monday.
Seatun and Head are in the market
for J00U cross ties . Tie men get busy.
Mrs. Jas. Sahli and Mrs. Walter
Graham have returned from Louisville.
"Bread baking is guaranteed a success
if you use the Lewisport BKST Hour".
J. T. O'Conuall and son, ('elestinc,
went to Koseville last week to see his
If you contemplate buying anything
In ostrich goods, go to Miss Evelyn
Miss Anna Hart, of Louisville, is
with Miss Evelyn Hicks again this
S hear an' U ros. & Co., Kirk, shipped
IS hhds. of old tobacco to Louisville
H. A. Oeizc has gone to Kramer, Ind ,
to spend sometime at the Springs for
V. G. Goodman is building a livery
LITTLE HTOKIKI w nil 1 1 M
While The Press Thvmders
I wan't to show you my now watch",
said Miss Viola Lewis, just before h
atepp (I on the train going to Louisville
Friday evening. "I am just as proud
of it as I can be", and she pulled it out
of her pocket book to show" to her
friends. The watch was a plain,
nicklc plate time piece and cost le'
than It Is a freat convenience ana
pleasure in her college work at Irving
ton. She has no anxiety about losing
It as one always has, more or less, with
a gold watch. College girls and women
who travel and mingle in public lift
are getting the inexpensive watches
and clocks for practical use. It is very
antiquated now for a woman to wear a
watch on her waist or with a chain.
Sometimes a fob is worn, but even this
is not so smart as carrying a tima
piece in the pocket-book. Miss Lewis
is a graduate from the Kentucky State
University and the University of
Chicago. She spent the week end in
the city as the guest of Miss Florence
"You can always tell when a woman
has had a newspaper", commented Mr.
Ernest Robertson, of Glen Dean last
week. "It is separated and some parts
are gone", he continued while trying
to get his Courier-Journal folded to
gether ready to read in his regular
way. Nearly every man is particular
about his newspaper, perhaps this is
the reason they rarely ever borrow
one. It is said that Mr. Reuben Miller
of Indianapolis, Ind., folds up a news
paper just a column wide and reads
each column through.
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People often make a mistake in plan
ning surprise visits to their friends.
Walter R. Hensley.train-master of the
L. H. & St. L. R.R.said once: "Never
go any place without folks know you
are coming; it is much nicer to have
them looking for you." Nine times
out of ten surprises turn out disappoint
ments. You are more apt to get a
cake baked for you if you send your
name on ahead of your arrival.
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John Ditto, Jr., of Decatur, 111. .made
a trip with his father to Kentucky last
week. He visited his grand-father
Ditto's old place at Brandenburg, fish
ed in the pond and rode horse back for
his first time. Thursday and Friday he
barn at Harned to run in connection
with his hotel.
Have your photograph made now
while the season is pleasant Bra
Mrs. N. S. Greathouse. a prominent
woman of Hawesville, died at her home
Jno. Wright.Maurice O'C'onnell and
Miss Sarah Wright visited relatives in
Lewisport last week.
Miss Evelyn Hicks' pattern hats sur
pass anything in beauty here-to-fore
shown iu Cloverport.
Mrs. Fannie C. Smith, of Highland
Park, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Wm. Downs at Kirk.
Dr. J. E. Royalty and twelve other
prominent base ball fans came down
Sunday to sec the game.
Messrs Wm. and Buddie O'Connsll,
of Los Angeles, Cal. , are guests at Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. O'Connell's.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hamman and
Mr. Chas. May attended the K. P.
grar.d lodge at Lexington.
Hawkins Smith has a nice bunch of
young hogs. Things look prosperous
around his place on the branch.
Get your father to have his picture
made he is always the last to take
the notion Braoandt's Studio.
Dud McGary.of Kirk, went toOwens
boro last week to enter Columbia Col
lege. This is his second year there.
Mrs. James Cordrey has received a
large line of elegant millinery from
Louisville, Cincinnati and Chicago.
Vivid snades of green, blue, red and
purple are shown in the beautiful new
millinery received by Mr. Cordrey.
,cno Hendrick has just nnished a
line stock barn 83x71 on Mis farm uear
Hardinsburg. J. S Fool was the builds
Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Conrad attend
ed the K. P. grand lodge at Lexington
and vUitcd Mrs. Carrie Chic at lit
Starling last week.
Mrs. A.K. Fisher, Mrs. Robert 1'ierca
and Miss Rena Satterlield had a pleas
ant visit at the home of Mrs. Eliza Al
len Friday and Saturday.
' Miss Margaret Ashby, the daughter
oi Mr. and Mrs. William Ashby, has
entered C. H. S. Sue is staying at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kramsr.
Mrs. George Mullen was visiting her
friends Friday. This is the first time
she has been from home since last
April and is speedily regaining her
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berry and child
ren, Paul Edward and Francis Lee,
was the guest of his mnt Mollis. Mrs
J. D Habbagi . He is just six years
old and said UM only thing he remem
bered about his last visit down here
was that the house faced the south.
His mother always gets the directions
pointed out clearly whenever she goes
to a strange place, and in this and
many other respects her son is much
like her. John is a line boy and a
great satisfaction to his father one
reason because he speaks to every
body. Friday his aunt Mollis found
him pumping buckets of water and
carrying them out on the pavement.
"What are you doing John'' she asked
him. "Nothing aunt Mollis, lam just
making a river."
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We women who gossip usually have
plenty else to do, but you notice the
men who gossirj, they are jut killing
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When anything is serious, people
talk the least. If a citizen who is re
spected and honored, gets into trouble,
you can hear a pin drop in the town.
0 0 0
Many good people never get any
'oought flowers'' until they die
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When Mrs. Charles Minary was here
this fall she said one of her Benton
Harbor friends had decided that croch
eting was no longer a fad it is a move
ment. The fad has developed into such
in Cloverport and there are few women
who have not taken up, as little Eudora
Younger says, "orewcheting. "
The Rev. Mr. James Lewis, former
minister of Cloverport, now of Fords
ville. has adopted an excellent reading
plan for his parishioners. He assigns
them a certain n.imber of chapters in
the Bible to read each day and the
members report at every church service
what they have read. They have com
pleted the New Testament and are now
reading the old Bible. Bible reading
is becoming more general all the time.
Traveling men are taking it up and
many depend on it for their daily
THE PRESS HAS STOPPED!
have returned home from Jacksonville,
Miss., after a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Carlisle has arrived to take
charge of the trimming department
of Mrs. Cordrey's store. She is effici
ent in the art and has given the work
a special study this season.
Word has been received here from
Oklahoma that the handsome new res
idence of Mr. and Mrs. Bell was de
stroyed by fire. Mrs. Bell was Miss
Addie Perkins, who trimmed for Mrs.
Joe D. Huy, of DeLand, Fla., arriv
ed Friday from Chicago where he has
been visiting friends for sometime.
He is the guest of Mrs. Curdrey and
will visit Mrs. Bentley at Hawesville
and Mrs. Reese at Pineville before
going to DeLand. where his parents
ha-e bought one of the handsomest
homes in the city.
Henderson Route Notes
3.00 Cloverport to Lonisville and re
turn Oct. 1ft-II and for trains 14H and
I4J of 17th, good to return Oct. H
$3 Cloverport to Louisville and re
The Hat Shows
like your face shows your dis
position. You ran carry out your ideas
from my line of
Kveiy color that is new, that
is of l orret t taste, is displayed
in my hats and trimmings
French and Willow Plumes
at the 11101 reasonable price-.
If 1 haven't what you want I
can order it.
Mrs. John Miles,
a. rv t s
Klni' bllfcl for nnr Apply to Morarlii
Stoi'K (arm. Hriimlvniinrtr. Kt-
For Sale Gasoline Fogine and Grist Mill
FoK sai.R homepwwet IsjtefnaMoieJ
ir.isol 1 in- nil In. 1 i"l 1 1 1-1 n. Ill .'"iripi' li .
R T. Coom. M . 1 r . 1 1 1 r v Kf. No. I.
FOB BALI a 1 Him .'.im acres Ine ferine land
located In HI siirlnir Vnilry: :i piirt of
the Hen C. CinrWmin farm, owned y Mrs. II.
M. Kemper and Mrs. A. M Ma riln wji y. or
Mlnot. N. II Will sell as a whole or In two
parti Trrms reasonable ; for further Infor.
m alii in i'h 1 1 on or address. II KN '. CI. A 1!K -
SON Mix -prlnir. Ky
FoK sale -A is bom power stationary
Uae jCnulne 1 V;itkins nske, 10 good re
pair. - Brecki nridge News, Cioverport. Ky.
FOK A LB- Hern. Mortffaifes and all kinds
of liL.nl hlMiil.4. Rrrrkelirldtfe News.
For Sale Scholarship
FoK IAL1 lefcolattafp In the Howling
Green University. Hood In uny di 1 . : 1 r t.
merit of that University. Hreekenrldire Njws,
GIBSON & SO
turn October 8, U and loth, good to re
turn October I4.
Daviess County Fair, Owensboro,
$L 5(1 Cloverport to Owensboro and
returr October 4 to 7 inclusive, good to
return October S.
$?.q'J Cloverport to Kvansville, Ind.,
and return Sept. 24 to 2o. inclusive, good
to return Sept. 30, op account -f
Indiana Alliance of German Societies
and Retail Merchants' Association.
FALL RACE MEETING
Orand Lodge Of Kentucky . L O. O F.
$:t Cloverport to Louisville and re
turn, Sept. 28-:i0, Oct 5 12 I4, good to
return two days after date of sale.
Tickets will also te sold lor trains on
Oct. 7, good returning two days after
date of sale.
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
What a Heap of Happiness it
Would Bring to Cloverport
Haul to do housework with an rh
Brings ou hours of uiistiy at leisurt
or at work.
If women only kne the causethat
Ilackacbe pxins como from sick kid
neys, 'Twould save much needless woe.
Doan's Kidney Tills core sick kidneys,
Many residents of this vicinity en
Mrs. Charles Stephens, ."C'C Clay St.,
Owensboro, Ky. , lays. "I have usd
Doom's Kidney I'ills and believe they
are a ood remedy. I did not take them
exactly aa directed but they strength
ened uiv hack and relieved me of the
acute pain. When I felt better, I would
stop jail In them instead of continuing
their use until a complete cure was ef
fected. I have improved iu many ways
since using Doun'a Kidney I'ills Hnd
can recouimeu 1 them highly to all suf
ferers frOdl I'M J trouble."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Louisville Evening Host
and Breckenridge News
one year 3 5O.
A Triple gs-
A Plymouth 1u k hen s eK laid on
the farm of J. A. Mushier. In Johnson
county. Neb., wus found to contain an
other complete with shell and still a
third egg In a skin exterior. The tftg
Inal egg wus nine and a quarter lmiies
In circumference, and the inner egg
wus perfectly formed und larger than
'.he ordinary apecimen.
Dishing a Pudding.
When dlnhlng u boiled or steamed
pudding if the cloth Is removed and
the pudding turned on to the dish with
out removing the tiuslu und left for a
few minutes before lifting (be basin
the pudding will then fall out without
THOSE THANKSGIVING CLOTHES
"Come in and avoid the rush" is a good old
fashioned phrase, but it applies very directly
to the ordering of Fall Clothes. You can feel
that you can waste a few weeks more before
ordering your Thanksgiving Suit. But why
order a last minute suit when you Can place
the order today and have the delivery set tor
when you want it. This store wants the
pleasure of showing you the sumptuous Roy
al Tailor Fall and Winter Woolen Display
--now and today--There's just the pattern
here that you want for Thanksgiving wear.
Come in and select it; delivery to suit ycur-self.
J. C. NOLTE 6c BRO.
T II A 7 M O N F. Y
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FROM 111 04NGMS
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ALL Hit WMMING
OF TIIF. POCKET '
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LRLS lOO TOH YOU
Parties Wishing to Build!
If You Want Building Material of any Kind
Call on Gregory & Co.
If You do not know Just How you want to Build
Call on Gregory & Co.
If You want to know just what your Building will Cost
Call on Gregory & Co.
If You want to make your building the most convenient
for the least money
Call on Gregory & Co.
If You want to know just how to build your house to
Save Time and Trouble
Call on Gregory Si Co.
be had at the Hank of Cloverport
J. E. KEITH (EL SON
Granite and Marble
WRITE US FOR PRICES. CLOVERPORT, KY.
J, BAMK OF CLOVERPORT j jf
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