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WKDNBSDAY, JULY 31, 1912 LOCAL BREVITIES vfmmm I' L V- Wugene Smith has returned from Mawta, 111. fMrs. .Too Fallon, of Elmitcli, watt norn in si. wnnir. SMtss Myrtle Withers has returned iwm'frorn Ilardlnsburg. v Tom Ferry and Harry Weatherholt have positions in Danville, III ; Mrs. Keith Is visiting her sod, Mr. Clarence Keith, in Ellzabethtown. Miss Viva Williams, of Evansvllle, Is visiting Miss Addle McGavock. Mrs. Barney Dejarnette.of McQuady, is visiting Mrs. Garfield Burden. Albert Marshall and Davis Ashcraft were at the county seat Monday. 5 Albert Lallelst, of Denver Col., is filing his brother, Jos LaHcist. jtfiss Mary McGavock is visiting Miss Dorothy Gregory In Brandenburg. A clean towel for each man at Union prices at Overton & Weatherholt's. f Brabandt, the Photographer, will be p Irvington Monday, August 5, Mrl Wick Moorman has been ill sev eral days at his home in St. Rose Court. - Dr. John Kincheloe and Mrs. Kinche- loe motored from Ilardlnsburg Thurs day. If wanting tobacco hail insurance call' up or write Bate Herndon, Irving- ton. Mrs. Shelby Pate, who has been visit ing relatives in Evansvllle, hasreturned iiome. Wallace Scott, of Allen, Texas, spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Scott. Miss Lena Smith, of Cannelton, spent Monday here the guest of Mrs. Wai field Collins. Mrs. Roscoe Severr, "of Hinton, W. Va., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Severs. William Martin, of Greenville, was the guest of Miss Mamie DeHaven yes terday. Miss Minnie Simons is visiting Dr. and Mrs. David White at Tobinsport. yk Mrs. Mary Sippel Roberts and child &en, of Louisville, are visiting Miss Miss Margaret Stirman, of Owens boro, has been the guest of Miss Vir ginia McGavock. Mrs. Mary Dunn arrived Sunday from Tulare, Cal , to visit Mrs. Allen Kings bury and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moorman and baby, Melius Ditto, of Louiiville, are visiting his mother at Big Spring. Mr. and Mrs Wave Roff and son, Marion Clu, and mother, Mrs. Henry Pate went to Ilardlnsburg Saturday. Mrs. ce Robertson and children, of Nashville, Tenn , are visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wemlelkeu. Misses Florence and Addle Falrlelgh left Saturday morning for Owensboro to visit their aunt, Mrs. Mary Wathen. Rev. H. Bruuer and son, of Pates- ville. will begin a series of meetings at IP' Hardin's School House Sunday, August 4th. .Morris Sanders and sister, Paullnebof Evansvllle, are visiting their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brlckey, at Mattlngly. Ajijs Effie and Eula Robison, who haWT&en vulting relatives In Tobins port for the past two weeks, have re ivfturned home. Judge V. G. Babbage will hold his regular monthly terra of Civil court next Monday. There are several cases on the docket. E. E. Miller, Metropolitan Insurance agent, and his family have moved to Whltesvllle where he will enter the grocery business. Mrs. J. E. Chipp, Valley Center. Kans., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Bettie Brashear at No. II, St. Charles Apartments, Louisville. Mrs. David R. Murray and daughter, Mildred, of Indianapolis, ate visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David C. Moorman, of Glen Dean. Mrs. L. T. Reid chaptroned the Jolly Girls Club and their boy friends to Tar Springs Monday. They had the best time they have ever experlenced.- Judge Board and wife went to Gar field Monday to visit Mrs., Fannie Board. The Judge says he Is having Jlf- the time of his life visiting relatives anu M'it old friends. Mrs. Robert Pierce was the guest of Mtes Tula Daniels last Tuesday In Hardinsburg, where she drove with Mlas Lula Severs, who spent the day with Mrs. John Klncheloe; Mr. and Mrs. Prince Davis. of Durant. OkU., are visiting la Atlantic City, and will go to Maine to visit relative. They ar expected to vlilt relatives Had friend in Kentucky before they retwa home, Mis Drew Gregory has returned home from Cincinnati after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. George Dean. While there she spent most of the time In Mr. Dean's automobile and vldted all over Hambleton county. The Tell City brought home the fol lowing Cloverport people yesterday: Mrs. W. II. Dowmer, Mrs. Laura Hays and Mrs. Garvin Smith. Mrs Bowmer was accompanied home by her grand' daughter, Miss Margaret Sherman. Mrs. Morris Beard, Miss Jennie Green, Murray Beard and Mildred Murray were gucslsof Mrs. Fred Ferry Monday. They motored from Ilardlns burg in Mr. Mercer's car with him at d Miss Annie Hendricks, who spent the day in Hawesville. At the Button Factory are the follow ing men: Jeff Davis, John Hudson, Clyde Downs, of Rockport; Joseph Mil ler, Ilnrdis Mode, A. C. Dugin, of Clo verport, and E. U. Gosney, of Kent, Mo , foreman. Mr. Downs cut 859 gross of button blanks last week. NThe young society men are issuing invitations to their annual barbecue hop the night of the Masons barbecue at Rivervlew pavilllon. The affair will be a subscription dance. The "chaper ones are Mrs. Emma H. Skillman, Mrs. J H. Randall. Mrs. Fred Fralze and Mrs. Fred Ferry. sm CARL LISHEN F0R QUTTERINO, SPOUTING and REPAIR WORK Cloverport, Ky. FLORAL JfALL NOTICE Breckenridge County Fair In vites And Requests The Worn en To Make This Feature An Affair Of Beauty And Pride. Get Articles Ready. The Breckenridge Fair Association tukes pride in its "Flornl Iltll Inhib its" and offer liberal premiums this year as in the pnt, and kindly requests Hiid solicits the ladies to again help us to make this one of the features of our fair. All parties Mint desire to place HrtlcleH on exhibit in tbts department arc-requested to forward same to the secretary or Miss Margaret Ahl in chatge of this department; will he ready to rective articles on Friday be fore the fair. Thankirg You, A. r. Heard, President Kncnt9K:n'9SP9Kc " 1 W a. rv t s 9ra39i For Rent Meal Market COK IIKNT-Mcnt Market liouso centrally r located) boat gtiiml In towni (food opt ti ln for rlRla man. LouMf. Jolly, IrvliiRton, Ky. For Sale 5-Room Cottage FOIl 8M.K-3 roomrottaKo SncrrflRrmuult nenrrolli-Ro rmlldlnir, Irvtogton, Ky. W. L. Arnold, IrvlnRton, Ky, For Sale FOIt SALIC A l& liorso power stationery Oas KnKlno: Wntklns mike, in Rood ro pair. IlreckcnrldRU Nows.ClovertJort, Ky. For Sale FOItSALK-Dcwi, Mortimers and nil Wind" of Iruttl blunlH. HrvcUi'iirldRo News, OloTcrport. Ky. FOR SALE 4.RO0M HOUSE FOR 8A1.E A 4-Itoom House wttli nice vu randii and Rood outbuilding!)! a well, and 20 acres of Rood land rlRlit at the railroad station. A nover-falltrnr xprlnR near by. A Rood plixcoforaRrocory NUirnora hl.ickimltli iiliop. TkU nropcrtv Is at ItockvuU'.Hrockln rldeo county. Ky. For further piirtlrulnrs, call on or nddresi mo at Itockva'i!, Ky. ,T It AUI1KEY BRANDENBURG Almost Washed Into The River. Flood Of July The Twenty- First Disasterous To County-Corner Drug Store FJooded. UNION STAR The damage of the flood In Meade county of last week has been estimated at a loss of $25,000 to 50,000. The Meade County Messenger says that en t're crops of corn in creek bottoms were washed away. The public roads were entirely washed away In some places. Brandenburg itself suffered a deal of damage, several stores were flooded and the streets were put In a terrible condition. Citizens got up at one o'clock in the night and waded the streets with lan terns to try to find a way to protect their property. They went to work at once to get the water out of their stores and cellars. Three rooms in the resl dence of Elisha Ashcraft were ruined. A Cheerful Invalid. Mrs. David Potts, of McQuady, has been an invalid for fourteen yeurs. During all that time sho lms never been out of her invalid chair. Sho was a passenger on the branch train last week to see her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Sand bach at Garfield. She is a cheer ful, pleasant woman, and it is a pleasure to bo in her company. ' Attending a Sick Horse Dr. Gilliatt was called to Irvington Monday to seen wounded horse belong ing to Standford Ilrashear. The Doctor seems to understand his business, lie ga"e the hor.se two capsules the sue of hen eggs, which relieved the poor animal's suffering at once. The horse was hurt in jumping over a gate. Original Woodrow Wilson. Milt Miller was at Hardinsburg Monday. Ho is a strong Wood row Wilson ruati, and is very en thusiastic for him for one reason. Ho says that ho has a grandson named Woodrow Wilson Pile. Miss Cora Bonnett is upending several weeks with friends near Meade iAm,n()ns' K'- Miss Mattio Milncr will return this week from a two months visit to her cousins, Mcsdames T. J. Minary, E. A. Richardson and J. T. Perkins, of Louisville. Miss Brook Hall expects to sturt soon for Logansport, Intl., wnero sno nas a position, one will be associated with her broth er, L,. 15. Hall. Mrs. Jabez Ilaynes has conclu ded a ten days visit with hor daughter, Mrs. P. J. Herrmann, of Tell City, while Mr. Herr mann was at Martinsville, Ind., recuperating Miss Virginia Helm Milner, who has beon in Louisville vis iting relatives, is having 11 delight ful trip to Hannibal, Mo., with Mrs. E. A. Itichardson and son. After a boat trip on the Missis sippi river they will make a stop over in St. Louis, returning to Louisville the luttor part of the week. Christmas Savings Account. Start this week depositing twenty-livo cents or a dollar for your Christmas spending money. ICverybody would enjoy Christmas more if they had the cash to give tho gifts that it takes money to buy. This will not only bo bene ficial in teaching young peo ple bow to yave, but will bo a pleasure to old people to have a little extra money laid up for Christmas. It is very simple, easy thing to do, and when onco started, you soon take an interest in saving money. Those desiring to begin now to make Christmas a happy ono for themselves and others, arc offered out-services. The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. N M Brick Plant Sold The Miller Brick Plant has been sold to a wrecking company of New Albany. The plant will betaken charge of at once by Mr. Smith, the manager, who has not yet fully determined his plans. Maybe part of the plant will not be torn down and will be operated. Mr. A. II. Murray who has been overseer of the plant for the last year, will be with the wrecking company and still stay at the office. New Telephone Service The Belle Telephone Company, which now owns tle telephone System here, will cable Cloverport. Material has al ready been received and work will begin at once. The new service will be far better as no two parties will be on the same line. Mrs. Williams and children, of Louisville, aro visiting Mrs. A. B. Cashmun. Miss Gnuro Mi-Co', after a pro tracted visit to her sister, Mrs. Julius Sipplo, of Irvington, is ex pected homo soon. Mr. Simmons, of Sandy Hill, was in tho vicinity bu ing cattle. Tho majority of tho farmers, aro not ready for marketing their stock. Mi.s Mary Robertson is tho truest of her cousin. Mrs. Abo Koberts, of Cloverport. " Mrs. Will McKnightand son, Julian, of Louisville, returned homo Sunday after a visit to Misses Sallioand Noll Cashman. Misses Malissa Cashman and Hallio Severs visited relatives and friends in Owensboro. Miss Lillian Cart will teach the Amtnons school; Horace McCoy tho Union Star, and Mies Clyde .Sovors at Shiloh. Miss Kubj' Dowoll is visiting her brothor, Otis W. Dowoll, at Stephensport. John Gibson and sister, Ansrie. of Irvinjrton, wore Special Excursion Fares. $1,93 Oloverpoit, Ky, to Stanley and return, account of Catholic Church Picnic, Btanley, Ky., Aug. 3, I9I2. Dates of bale: Aug. 3, 1013. Return lim it Aug, 3, on same day, 1012. Louisville, Henderson And St. Louis R. R. Co. 86 cents Cloverport to Hiulersn Grave and return, account of LtwUport Lodge, Auuvuil Masonic Barbecue. Date ef m1: Auk. 3, on train I47, K tpca Hit: Aw. 8, oh traix No. 118. his vacation. Ho will go to Baton Bough, La., tho first of Septem ber, whero ho has a position as teacher in tho High school. Miss tho jruests of their undo and aunt, Air. and Mrs. Henry Gibson, Sunday. Wallace Parks,of Clifton Mills, was tho guest of Miss Nina Liar din Sunday. Horton Shoots At Brashear. Stonewall Brashear was shot t ly Jesse Horton, a tenant on his his son's place near Irvington last Monday. Horton drew a double barrel shot, gun on Brashear. Mrs. Brashear, who was near by grabbed the gun In time to save her husband's life. Horton was held over on a bond of $150, to ap pear before the grand jury The trial was held in Squire Matt Payne's court at Irvington. If you are going to the Masons Big Barbecue August 15th m j you may be needing I I Lawns, Dimity, Flaxon, Corduroy, I Pique, Ratine; Laces, Embroid I ery, All-over Laces, and Embroid i ery to complete your list besides I many dainty things that will ap- peal to you. Come Now! 1J. C. NOLTE & RRO. j CLOVERPORT, KY. HARDINSBURG L DtttaKo Tobacco Damaged by Hail is Covered by Insurance The Only Way to Protect Crops From the Un certain Weather. Farmers Highly Satisfied With Insurance Company's Settlements. Per sonal Statements From Those Who Have Re ceived Insurance. Glen Dean, July 22, '12 Mr. Jno. h. Howards, Btnte Agent for the Henry Chas. IJire In surance Co, was hero today and settled a loss or damage caused by hail on my tobacco crop. It was entirely satisfactory, and I take pleasure in recommending the company to the insuring public. Tuos V. Robertson. W. A. and R. P. Moor man got $135 on 4- acres 16 insured at a cost of $32. Thos. Robertson had 18 acres insured, 9 acres damaged and got $100. W, G. Moorman, Agt.. Glen Dean Miss Ida Dtitschko, of Holt, was risiting Miss Ida Bollo Ator Sun day. Malcomb Robertson, of Fry TX II 1 . f"1 mire, was in jvansviuo last oun-day. Jell Adkisson was at Rook Haven Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. Cook,of Frymiro, wore tho guests of their parouts, Mr. and Mrs. George Cook, last Sunday. Mrs. .Too Fitch, of Cloverport, visitor! hor brother') familv. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Koys, Sunday. Uol Dnuxi, of Web&tor, spent Saturday in our town. Miss Beard, touchor at Arga bright's School, spent last Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Beard, of Hardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bandy, of Frymiro, wore visiting Mr. and Mm. Juno lUudy Sunday. Ernost Gibson, son of Honry nil,;inn a mulAtltlta nf tliA llMvlin(y Grm Collage, WRt home taking (yet. Thue are two young men nml Rev. J. J. WilJett's meeting at Hell's School House has closed. He baptized sixteen. Mrs. V. R. Moorman and daughter, Miss Sarah Dean, spent Saturday with Mrs. M. H. Heard. Jno. M. Skillman attended tho Fair at Providence last week. Mr. Skillman Is doing everything he can to make the Breckenridge Fni- a success. Henry Eskrldge, of Louisville, is here tho guest of Mrs. Jno. P. Haswell, Sr. Willis Green and sister, Miss Jennie Green, were the visitors of Mrs. M. H Beard, Saturday. Miss Mollie Moorman, of Glen Dean, was the guest of the Misses Hook for the week end. T. C. Lewis, a jeweler for thirty years in Hardinsburg. Think of it. His ever act of this long time is your guar antee for fair and honest treatment. Dwight Willett, son of Rev, J, J. Wlllett, a young man of not quite twenty-one years of age, preached an excellent sermon at the Baptist church Sunday, George Barkley, of Stephensport, spent the week end In town. Mrs. Rebecca McGury and daughter, Mrs. II, H. Lewlu, spent -Sunday wltn Mrs. Jno, Kennedy. A. T. Beard, President, and J bo. M. Skillman, Secretary of the Fair Associa tion say they are doing everything la their power to wake this the ami fair need the help and encouragement of all the good people of the county. Come and give your support. Miss Rosa Lou Ditto will teach in Horse Cave and will board with Mrs. McGuire, none other than our own Miss Lillie Cooper, who was nt one time a popular teacher in Breckenridge county. Mr. and Mrs. James Withers, of Kirk, visited Mrs. II. M. Beard last week. Mrs, Bel) and children, of Stephens port, are the guests of Mrs. Mollie De- Jarnette. Mrs. W. D Smith was in town last week the guest of Mrs. E. McDavis. Claude Mercer and James Howurd Gardner went to Hawesville Thursday in the automobile. Mrs. Oscar Hook had a house party last week. Her guests were Misses Lena Board, of Waco, Texas. Ella Ahl and Maude Smith. Miss Rosa Lou Ditto and brother, Moorman, came home from Bowling Green Friday, where they have been attending the Western Normal. Miss Ditto was one of the life graduates. Don't forget the great Breckenridge County Fair August 20, 21 and 23. Miss Vera Tinius has gone to Holt for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Tlnlus. Miss Lena Board left for Louisville Monday to make a visit before return ing to her home In Waco, Texas. Miss1 Katie Eskridge will teach in the Masonic Home, Louisville. Miss Esk ridge took a course In school music at Cincinnati last year, so the little orphans will have tho benefit of music this year. Miss Clara Eskridge will teach at Glen Dean. Mrs. Estil Sutton and daughter, Miss Helen, arrived Saturday or a visit to Judge Mercer aud other relative?. Dud McGary, of Kirk, has gone to Koolt&ville for a visit. Miss Ella Ahl left Sunday for a visit to Tobinsport. Mrs, Jube Hook, Mttttti Clara ami Lula Hook are in Hawsvl)le. 1 B, F. Galloway, of McDaniels, was In town last Friday. The ladies are requested to get all of their fancy work ready for the Fair. C. L. Miller came up from McQuady Friday. Wm. Gilbert, of Stephensport, wa in town Friday. Walter Hunninger, the popular sahs man for Johnson Bros., attended the Masonic picnic. Will Chaney, of Constantine, was hi town on business last week. Improvements. A. S. Bryant has just finished for J. C. Mattirigly, Glon Dean, a hirco tobacco barn, -lOxGU. Ho is building another barn 32x80 for Jesse Moorman. Tho Hook mill, Hardinsburg, under tho new muuaucmont, is doing a lino business. Their building has been greatly im proved by a now coat of paint. Tho now Methodist church at Ilarued is a handsome building, and is receiving tho Hnishing touches. It is a credit to tho members and to tho town. Herbert Beard's now homo in Hardinsburg will bo a very at tractive bungalow. Work on it is progressing nicely. Bill McCruckon went to Har dinsburg Tuesday to do some painting for Claudo Mercer. Ono of the hundsomo homes on tho pi ho is Mr. and Mr. Sam Henarickson's, It is finished ou tho inside in hardwood und is very attractive Democratic Headquarters. New York, July 2(J.-Tuc Peuio cratic national committee saleeted headquarters today in the New Fifth avenue building on Twenty-Third street and Fifth avenue, The commit tee will meet there Monday to devise plana of activity starting the caw-paleB, c 1 M" v.