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M Brewketirtdge News
.WEDNESDAY, NOV 20, 1912
Bnkrcrt at the Post Offllco at Olorcrport, Ky
as second cUm matter.
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L. C. Taul was In Louisville Satur
-LOCAL BREVITIES' 1
Earl Bennett spent Sunday In Louis
ville. Mrs. Wright, of Lyor.la, was here
Ameil Pate was home Saturday from
Mrs. James Randall spent Saturday
'. In Louisville.
,' Dr. R. T. Dempster Is ill at his home
In Glen Dean.
r Wnitor fir.iham went to .Louis
Miss Margaret Burn will entertain
Friday afternoon. '
Mrs. Lou Satterfield went to Steph-
) ' nnennrt SaltirdaV.
A r ... ..,.
f: Julian Brown made a business trip to
Esther Hall, Webster, was In Har
Mrs. Helen Adams has returned home
Amll Pate, of Louisville, spent Satur-
ifeday and Sunday here.
st , Alien rierce uwivcu .v,...w j
'from Birmingham, Ala.
County Clerk Herbert Beard has. is
sued 213 hunters' license.
Miss May Zirkle, of Louisville, is the
guest of Miss Evelyn Hicks.
Mrs: II. C. Pate and daughter were
fcinLoulsville Monday shopping.
Mrr. Harry Holder, of Calhoun, has
been visiting Miss Hazel Holder.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crutcher, of Web
ster, spent Saturday at West Point.
Before buying your winter shoes, go
see the nice line at Conrad Sippels.
Mrs. Leon McGavock and Miss Lucy
McGavock went to Louisville Monday.
Mrs Cr-as May and daughter, Miss
Elizabeth May, were in Louisville last
For style, comfort and satisfaction
in shoes, go to Conrad( Sippel's shoe
Dr. Hilllary Boone, of Louisville, was
the guest of Miss Ray Lewis Heyser
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sterrett West has been named Leonora
Mrs. John A. Barry has gone to
Greenville to see her sister, Mrs Kice,
who is ill.
Mrs. L. B. Perkins went to Earllng
ton Friday to spend the week end with
Come to see the new llne'.of ladles',
and children's shoes just Te
IP TnVin Aslrlna nnrl Hpnrv Itenvln. of
Glen Dean, have been visiting Mr. Pete
Hlntnn on the Dike.
Mus Beatrice McCracken will leave
liiR feature of Dentistry that Is be
coming widely known ana extensive
ly practiced. It is one of the mod
ern methods For Replacing Lost
Tta. It gives the teeth the most
natural appearance without the use
of a covering to the roof of the mouth
M in artificial plates. To fastidious
people this Is a great boon. For fur
ther particulars about this beautiful
and satisfactory 'work see
Jfe. A, WALKER, Dentist .
J rUrtllHstwrg, Ky.
Ottk evw Hkwy
this week for Cincinnati to visit her
aunt, Mrs II. L, Roth
Mrs. Huff, of Owensboro, returned
home yesterday after being the guest
of Mr. anil Mrs. J. II. Sahlie.
Mrs. Frank Mnttingly and Mrs. Ben
Ridgeway went to Louisville today to
see "Bunty Pulls, the Strings."
Mrs. James Lane was called to Ev
ansvllle last Sunday to be with her sis
ter, Myrtle", who is seriously ill.
Mrs. Nancy Perry has returned home
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Homer Dawley, of Louisville.
Walter Moorman, Jr., and Robert E.
Moorman, of Glen Dean, were guests
of Miss Kathrlne Moorman Sunday.
Mrs. O. C. Shellman and daughter,
Marv Bernice, of Stephensport, were
visiting friends at Skillman last week.
Mrs. Morgan Lawson and children,
Mrs. John Lawson and son, John, Jr.,
went to Louisville Saturday for a visit.
Mrs. John C. Jarbpe and son, Mr. J.
Felix Jarboe, left Saturday night for
Kansas City to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. D. G. Brlte, Irvlngton, was In
Hardinsburg Monday on business. Mr.
Brite is well pleased with his new home
Miss Katherlne Hebbermell, of Cory
don, Ind., was the guest last week of
the Mis es Cowley and Miss Eula Neaf
Lost, at the postoffice Friday night
a small lady's handkerchief with hand
made trimming. Finder please return
to the News office.
The fine baby boy, who arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wil-1
son Thursday, has been named R y
mond Lee Wilson.
The Rev, Mr. Walker and Mrs. Wal
ker and children, Margarette and
Jaines left Monday morning for Camp
Dellsvllle to visit friends.
Mrs. Emma Skillman entertained the
Ladies' Reading Club last Thursday
and Miss Jepnle Warfield will be host
ess tomorrow afternoon.
Peyton Eskridge has bought of Mrs.
Malinda Sanders the farm known as the
Bill Sanders farm on Tarfork near
town. Consideration $600.
E. G. Blanford and Edgar Whitehead,
of Louisville, were down at Irvlngton
last week hunting. They killed 60 rab
bits and a few quail. Birds are scarce
in that section. ,
Mrs. H. C. Pate has sold her prop
erty the Hall corner, to Clark & Bros.,
Fordsville, for $000 cash. Mrs. Pate
says. this is the best investment she ev
er made. Real estate in Cloverport. is
active and prices are advancing all the
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowmer have
returned home from a visit to their
daughters, Mrs. Hugh Atkisson, of
Chicago; Mrs, Charles Mlnary, of Ben
tou Harbor, Mich.; "Mrs. Walter Sher
man, of Toledo, and Mrs. Chas. Moor
man, of Versailles.
Miss Vera Wright and Mr. Leo Haf
fey were married Nov. 0 at St. Rose
Catholic church. Immediately after the
ceremony they left for Louisville for a
short stay. The bride is a niece of Mrs.
J. T. O'Connell and the groom Is .a
nephew of Mr. O'Connell of this cit.
They have returned from Louisville and
are boarding at the home of Mr, and
Mrs. Tom Bohler.
jjj Mrs. Chamberlain's Work jj
J For Kentucky ft
Back there in the kitchen is no long
er a hiding place for a talent. Women
are developing the most important scl
ences for living over the skillets and
teakettles. Here Is where the work
for a greater state, a greater nation Is
beginning. Home Economics is the
mo'st thought of subject today by wom
en of brains wl.o are directing, their
mentality In their homes not fine
clothes, cheap jewelry and lace cur
tains, but the substantial thinks for
making the homo comfortable, health
ful and happy are woman's supreme
interest. So.inuch is the desire for in
struction along these lines that the
Agricultural Departments of tne states
are employing instructors of Home
Economics to work in connection with
Mrs. Chas. Chamberlain, of Irving
ton, whose specialty is Home Econom
ics, has been working for Kentucky.
She gives lectures on home economics,
organized home economics clubs and
also places the work in clubs that are
already organized. Mrs Chamberlain
writes of her work as follows: I have
had no trouble in getting the people to
take hold of the work. They readily
see how much the work is needed and
what it means to the future citizenship
of our state. I have traveled over two
thousand miles in the pist month.
Some of this was done in the mountains
of Kentucky where only a strong pair
of mules and a heavy wagon could go.
In spite of the hard travel, the work is
a great pleasure to me. The hospital
ity of those, mountain folk and their
expressions of appreciation, the great
need of science that I saw, was com
pensation enough as the State could
not pay me. Kentucky is making an
ARE YOU A
Do you live on a certain allow
ance each month, or do you "have'
money to spare?" Do you have
to figure close to make ends meet
or doyou waste money on idle
Tn any case you cannot afford
to be without a bank account.
No matter how small your salary
you can and SHOULD have a lit
tle here and a little there in order
to provide for the future. If you
spend your money foolishly, you
can soon get out of the habit by
depositing a little each week or
each month. ,
Persistent saving, with the
liberal interest we add, will
mttko the accqunt grow surpris
$1.00 will do to start with.
The Farmers Bank,
effort to get Home Economics Clubs in
every county in the State and hipes for
a club in every school district In the
future. I hope Breckenrldge county
may have n number In the nJar future.
I should be glad to hear from everyone
in the county who is interested in hav
ing a Home Economics Club in their
town or locality. I will freely give any
information or help that I can In get
ting the work started.
Mrs. Robert Ernst and son, of Louis
ville, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
James. "W. Miller.
Mrs. Win, Downs Is at home after a
visit to relatives in Louisville.
Everett Lewis, of Kirk, has gono on
a business trip to Pocahontas, Ark.
Misses Alscyce and Margaret Miller
were Miss Btttie L. Miller's guests last
Mrs. Will DeHaven was the guest of
Mrs. W. V. Hook Tuesday.
The storm of November 12- damaged
considerably the tobacco barn belong
ing to Charlie M. Miller.
Miss Clara Sperzel is at her post of
duty after a visit to her home in New
C. h. Beard, Sr. was in Louisville on
business last week.
Walter Hennlnger and Bruce Moor
man, of Harned, were In town Friday.
The Potters, the second number of
the Lyceum course, will give an enter
tainment at the City Hall Saturday eve
ning. Rev. J. J. Willett attended the Gen
eral Association of Baptists at Madlson
ville last week.
Miss Bernice Withers spent last week
in the country with Mr. and Mrs Zeno
Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall, of
Sample, spent the week end In town.
H. C. Black representing the Agri
cultural Bureau was in town last week.
Hubert Bruner, of Union Star, was
In town Saturday.
Mrs Tom Gregary, of Garfield, spent
Saturday In town.
Misses Mary Ann and Martha Harned
of Garfield, entered the County High
Miss Frances Moorman, of Fall of
Price paid for
Fur, Eggs, Butter,
Rabbits and all
kinds of. Poultry.
S. H. DAVIS,
4-X&&4&4H & tHS?St'7Sfl&
ON Hardinsburg I'lko. a bluo sweater with
wlilto letter I. Iteturn to. I. II. Randall,
For Sale Farm
HA VINO bought a farm and will move on
It Jan. I. 1UI3. I will offer tor sale my
house and lot in IrvlnRtou. Anyono wanting
prouertr In a Bood. live town can bur a bar
gain from mo. L T. Klrtley, Irvlngton, Ky,
A CHILD'S sold bracelet by Mrs. Walter
O'Neill, Cloverport, Ky,
pUnUC 8AL.K. Monday. December 2, to
litRlicbt bidder, borso. mule, miro, milch
cow, waRim, boss, household furniture.
John.l. Awkln, ulcii Dean, Ky.
LOST l'ockctlcok Saturday afternoon by
Kll.lackson, Tar Fork, Ky. Kinder wilt
receive a good Toward.
SEVERAL-good farm mures for sale or ex
cbange for mare mules lCobertson fc
Heard. Hardinsburg, Ky.
FOK SALE A 15 bone power stationery
Olis Eimlno; Watklns nrike. In good re
pair. Ilrockenrldgo nows. Cloverport, Ky.
F OK SALE Deeds, Mortgages and all kinds
of legal blanks. Hrcckcnrldgo Nows,
$50.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH
For your spare time Experience- not need
ed. Wunt nn octlvo man In this locality.
To Introduce ub to your friends. Wo pay
largest cash benefits when sick, Injured,
and at deathr for smallest cost. Free-In-surnnco
and Cnsh-Bonus offer to first ap
plicant from this place. Write quick for
THE I-L-U 835. Covinflton, Ky.
A small Farm about
75 acres near Clover
port. WILL PAY CASH
Write at once to
JNO. D. BABBGE,
Rough, was the guest of Mrs. M. II.
Beard Saturday and Sunday.
The game of foot ball Saturday be
tween Leitchfield and the High School
boys resulted in a score of 0 to 0 in
favcr of the home team.
Wm. Ditto has gone to Birmingham.
Ala., where ho hasnecep'ted a position.
Miss Carrie Walts is at home from
Louisville for a few days on account of
the illness of her mother.
Mrs. Milton Cokennd baby, of Somer
set, arrived Siindny for a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beard.
Mr. and Mrs Charlie Adams, of
Louisville, are the guests of Mrs-.
Adams' parents, Judge and Mrs. Win.
For reliable jewelry und watches,
write or call to see me personally for
advice, repairing or purchases T. C.
Rev. Leonard Leavell, who works
for the Baptist Sunday School Board,
will address the members of the Baptist
Sunday School Thursday evening. Mr.
Leavell will remain over Sunday and
grade the school Sunday morning.
Miss Emma Lou Moorman, of Glen
Dean, was In town Saturday.
The members of The Improvement
League gave a pie supper and clipping
bag party at the school building Satur
day evening. They cleared f U.
Tho Inheritance Tax.
MPa, what Is an inheritance tax?"'
"An inheritance tax. my boy, is tho
trowd of promoters, real estate agents
and mining stock sharks that tako up a
loan's time Just as soon as they learn
that he has fallen heir to a little
money." Detroit Freo Press.
Ignorance To Perfection.
A little toy passed alone the Plank's
the other day and asked Master
David Deben the question: "Bay, do
you cuss?' David stuck his note
through the crack In the fence and
answered: "I don't know, do you?"
You will find here many good things
to satisfy the Inner Han
Turkey, Cranberries, Celery, As
paragus, Pimientos, Shrimp, Soups,
Olive Oil, Olives, Pickles, Apricots,
Peaches, Prunes, Plum Pudding,
Gelatine, Jello, Preserves, Apple
Butter, Cocoa, Cakes, Mince Meat,
Candy, Oranges, Bananas, Cigars.
"Get your order in Early"
J. C. NOLTE & BRO.
MANY WOMEN CARRY
This bunk lias opened u Women's Department, that is, wo
uro delighted to have women depositors. We know that wo
men are better financiers than men, but they have never hud an
opportunity to develope their talent for Miving mid niiimiging
the funds of the household. Men have come iirst in making
bank deposits and looking after the cash.
But the list of women who are taking advnntnge of the
conveniences of banking facilities is growing and we ure pleased
to have our bank as their depositor'.
"We cordially invite all women to carry their accounts with
FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvington; Ky.
J. C. PAYNE, Cashier
innn am t&
m00 m t&
I or one of my deputies will be at the
following places on the dates mentioned
below and one of us at our office every
VanZant, Monday November 18th
Rockvale, Tuesday, November 19th
Glen Dean, Friday, November 22nd
McDaniels, Saturd'y, November23rd
All property on which the tax is not paid
by Dec. 1st will be advertised. If you
want to save the 6 per cent penalty, 6
per cent interest and the cost of having
your property sold pleae settle by Dec
DENNIE SBEERAN, S. B. C.
Farm For Sale
Having sold a part of my farm, I now oll'or tho Imlanco for
sale, about 100 acres. This land lies just outside tho corpjrato
limits of Hardinsburg, is in a high state ot cultivation and niot
all lovol. Tho improvements consists of 1 two-story dwelling with
collar, cistern and all necessary outbuildings. 1 four-room tenant
houso with cistern and outbuildings. 2 comparatively now tobac
co barns, 40x84 ft. 1 stock barn of 10 stalls, tool houso, crib
and everything necessary for a well oxuipped farm, Tho price is
right and terms leusonablo on this property.
P. M. BEARD, :: Hardinsburg, Ky
Social Service Work
By Mrs. Piggott
Social Service involves some study
ef Sociology and must not be narrowed
In Its scope to the giving of pink teas
and yellow luncheons. It has bread
purposes, some of these are to Save
Souls, Overthrow Oppressors, Cherish
Children, Investigate Immorality,
Amend Abuses, Lessen Lawlessness,
Sacrifice Self, Expose Kvlls, Reform
Recreations, Vanquish Vice, Impeach
Impurity, Correct Conditions, Educate