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American Theater Warvts WEDNESDAY, FEB. 16, 1910 C Entered nt tlio Post OITlIco nt Olorcrport, ICy as second class matter. 'HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RUEi FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct and city Offices $ 2,W For County Offices 5.00 For State and District Offices $ lfi.00 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line 1 For All Publications iu the inter est of individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. L. R'y. Effective September 19, 1915. kast no IT N I) No. 143 will leave Cloverport ,9':''' V," Arriving JrvliiRtnn . .10 A. M. Arrlvlnit lmltvllle. ... 12:10 1. S . No. 144 will leave Cloverport . . . - Arriving IrvliiRton ... - j , Airlvlnc Louisville. .... i :10 . No. 14B will leave Cloven.ort. ... 5:07 A. l. Arriving IrvlnKton . swl A. ai. WEST IIOUNI) No. 141 will leavu Clovcrport lO'M A. M. Arrlvlwr Owenslxiro... 121 .J. ArrlvlnR llondcrjpn - Uu J Arriving Evansv lie 1.-1 , ArrlvlnK St. Louis. ..40 LSI. No. 143 will leave Cloverport... .- 7:00 1 . S . ArrlvliiRHawusvllle. - 7:30 1 . M. Arriving Owtnsboro . ... hiisi.m. No. 145 will loavo Clovcrport U'51 V. M. ArrlvlnijOwcnsboro... - - r Arrlvlns Henderson I f A. M. Arriving Evatisvllle . siji'Sr Arriving St. Louis 40 A.M. No. 147 will leave Clovcrport K0 A. M. Arriving Owcnshoro... .... :4A. . Arriving Henderson .-. --00 A. M. Local News and Personal Paragraphs About Peo ple at Home and Abroad. Dinner Parties and Receptions. Church Announcements. Israel Holder was in Louisville yester day. Eil Morrison, of Irvingtoti, is visiting relatives here. Miss Eva Lee May is spending a few days in Louisville. Misslleulah Pate visited relatives at Stephensport Saturday. Robert Tinius left Friday night for Kansas City, Mo., for a visit. Mrs. Roy Bcatty. of Irvington, was the guest of Mrs. Harder last week. Mrs. P. J. Kramtr returned Thursday from a visit to relatives nt Laseyvtlle, Ky. Owing to the shortage of dyes wall- ...111 a in nr rn ahnilL mimr win .iuviiut. . . . pering time. Book your orders now and get the benefit ol the low prices, Edward Gregory & Sons Daniel I'ath, of Louisville, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cockerill. MissMjrtlc Hawkins, of Tobinsport, spent Priday here, the guests of friends. The Mission. Study Class will meet Thursday night with Mrs. narry w u liauis, Mrs. Sallie Dellaven is the guest of her nephew, Ira Stone Dellaven, at Louisville, Mrs. John G. Mattingly, of Paynes, vill, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs, Gus Wheelan. Epworth League Services will be conducted Sunday eveulug by Mrs. C. McDonald. POR SALE Pleating Machines for making the latest dress trimmings, airs J. II. Rowland. Robert E. Moorman, of Glen Dean, spent the week-end in Cloverport, the guest of friends. Manv new features we are introduc ing this year in the modern methods of hanging. If you want the best and the latest, consult us. Prices rignt. Hanging none better. ' Edward Gregory & Sons. Philip Rhodes, of McDanlels, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. N. juig- glns, Wednesday. Importance of Perfect Teeth An unnatural set of teeth is repul sive to many people, and many em ployers will not employ people who are not pleasing in appearance, be cause the consciousness of not ap pearing well robs anyone of com fort and courage and reduces effici ency and earning power. For Special Care Consult Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardlnsburg, Kentucky. Ofllc our Bank ol Htrdlntburg f Trull Co. Thursday, What? Watch This Paper II. Y. P. l Services will be led Sim- lay evening by group 3; Miss Anna M. Kramer, ns leader Tlio Baptist Ladles' Misiionary So ciety met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. T. C. Tousey. Mr and Mrs Oils Whtelan. of Flah erty, are the proud parents of n little girl, born February 8. Mrs. H. C. l'ale and daughter, Miss Claudia Pate, returned Sunday night from n visit i:i Louisville. Mrs. Dr. John H.Kiucheloe.of Hardins- burg, will" come tomorrow to be the guest of Miss Lula Severs Samples of our beautiful line of wall paper will be brought to your home fcr the asking. Select early, lung later, f you wish. s Edward Gregory & Sons. Temperance Kally Day.serviccs will be observed in the Methodist Sunday school next Sunday morning. Mrs. Earl Weatherholt and Miss Eada Parrish, of Tobinsport, recently visited Dr. Parrish mid Mrs. Parrish Paul II, Wilson, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Wilson is slowly recov ering from a severe spell of pneumonia. Mrs. Wilbur Gregory and little son, Frances, of Louisville, were the week end guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Holder Mr. Perry Davis, of Warsaw, Ky , ar rived Wednesday night to spend several days at the St. George Hotel. Mr. Davis is the guest of Miss Virginia Mc- Gavock. Julian Lawsou left Monday for Cin cinnati after a visit to Miss Susette Saw yer. Mr. Lawson has accepted a posi tion in the U. S mail service, and his many Cloverport friends wish him suc cess. FOR SALE llarred Rock Ringlets eggs, E. 11. Thompson (train. fhey weigh and lay. Safe arrival and good hatches guaranteed. Mrs. Frank English, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. John D. llabbage and daughters, Miss Louise llabbage and Miss Mildred Habbage, went to Louis ville yesterday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Ilabbage's niece, Miss Florence Allen Fairleigb, and Mr. Frank Ger- uiaine Ilury, The Parent-Teachers' Association met Friday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock. It was decided to hold the next meet ing at night, which will be February IS. The meeting at that time will be a social one. All are requested to bring a donation for the Domestic Science Department, either in money or something useful, for that depart ment. We are striving to make that work helpful, but cannot do much un less we have equipment. Come and help us in any way you can. Our new line of 1010 wallpaper is now ready for your inspection. We carry many pretty patterns in stock ready to hang on a short notice. Edward Gregory & Sons. i LADIES READING CLUB I M ft tfj Beautifully Entertained By A Mrs. Frank English For Airs,. !k V William Smart. The Ladies Reading Club was beauti fully entertained by Mrs. Frank English at her home Thursday afternoon for Mrs William Smart, one of the most loved members of the club. After the reading by Miss Lizzie Skillman and Miss Kate Oglesby a delicious buffet luncheon was served. Little red bask ets, characteristic of the St. Valentine season, were filled . with bon-bons for each guest. Miss Louise llabbage, the guest of honor, was complimented with a bunch of red and white carnations. The club will be entertained tomorrow afternoon by Mrs. A. II. Skillman, Engagement Announced. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Parr, of Lodi burg, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Lucile Parr, to Mr. Wilbur Keys. The wedding will take place Thursday afternoon, Feb ruary 21, at three o'clock, at the home of the bride's parents in Lodiburg. CiHS: C--Ji V- -f s- rtolinhtful ninnrtr Partu $ Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Bnbbage were host and hostess at a delightful family dinner Saturday evening in honor of Mar. 16th For Particulars their nelce, Miss Louise Habbnge'1 Covers were set for ten guests. Moorman Monarch. Miss Sardh Dean Monrmm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W R Moorman, of Glen Dean, and Mr. Sam H. Monarch, son of Mr. John Monarch, of Kirk, were quietly married nt '1 o'clock Saturday, February I'i, in Cincinnati. Mrs. Monare.l is an attractive and ac complished young woman who will be missed in that community. Mr. Mim nreh holds the position as Assistant Treasurer under Mr. Giodpaster, at Frankfort. Altera short wedding trip they will nuke their home nt Frankfort. MRS. H. V. DUNCAN fl Will Entertain the Wednesday ft ft Club Saturday Afternoon at ft Her Home From Two-Thirty j to Five O'clock. '1 -. t jys? rr.- rz:- Mrs, II. V. Duncan will entertain iu honor of her niece and namesake, Miss . Louise ISahlmgef batunlay atteruoou, the nineteenth of February from two-thirty 1 to five o'clock. The guests will include the members of the Wednesday Club. Week End Party. Miss Mary Xevitt was hostess to a week end party nt her home at Basin Springs. Her guests were: Miss Pauline Browr, of Vine Grove; Miss Mary Gibson, Cloverport; Miss Mary Alexandtr, Robert Lyon, Hubert Lyon, E.Uvin King ami Hilliard Biggs. 1 St. Valentine Social. in The Epworth League members, of this city, were honored with a St. Val entine social at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Burn Monday uight. Miss Edith Burn was hostess. Going Away Party. Mrs. Tony Nicholas and Mrs. Wm. Pate were hostess Friday evening at Mrs. Pate's home to a going away party in honor of Robert Tinius, who left that night for Kansas City, Mo, The guests included the younger set. Music was enjoyed during the evening and refreshments were served. I MISSIONARY SOCIETY J ij If. V. Of Methodist Church Has Lovely ft 1 lectin; U1IU jj Hominy. Entertainment iS HI The Woman's Missionary Society of the Methodist church had a splendid meeting Monday afternoon after which the members gave n beautiful enter tainment in honor of Miss Louise B.ib bage. The event was planned for the bride-elect by Mrs. Wickliffe Dellaven, the president, and the members. The program was arranged by Mrs. F. M. Smith, superintendent of the Soclnl Service department, who was assisted bv her daughter, Miss Jane Smith. The decorations Of the Sunday School room were under the direction ol Mrs. John A. Ross and were charmingly carried out in accordance with the day. Miss llabbage was presented with a handsome bouquet of Narcissus and pink sweet-peas, after which Mrs. Frank Frnize read "An Old Sweetheart ot Mine." Lovely music was rendered by Mrs. L. T. Reid, Miss Francis Smith, Aliss Lula Severs, Miss Evn May and Miss Eliza May. Others who contrib uted to the pleasure of the program were Mrs. A. R. Fisher and Mrs. S. H. Hendriekson. A bullet luncheon was served -In a moht attractive way with St, Valentine greetings. A lurge number of guests were present, who closed the bright nnd happy atternoou with the song "Toke the Nume of Jesus With You." Martin-Dalton. Miss Annie G. Martin and Mr. Jtsse Daltou were married Saturday, Feb runry 1'.', at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Martin, who live on Thos. H. Withers' farm, near Hardlnsburg. They will reside at Kirk, where Mr. Dalton Is employed by Mat tingly Brothers. Niitr Advertisers ppiii notify the editor when you want advertisement discontinued. ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs In this Column ONE CENT PER WORD Tor Sale - Larjc and Small Farms FUlt SALE A niiihlier nf large nnd small farms; M) to Win ncres e:irli. l or p.-irllcu Iiirs write Win. Adklstnn. Ilnrdlnslmra. Kv.. or James t), Seaton, Cloverport, Ky. Tor Rent Farm FOR RENT -.lolin I'lirrow farm 2 miles from c lovcrixirt. on Hike: Wneres! ie oil dwell ing! tolKii-eo liam nnd Moek li.irn; terms: t7.'i Uisli Clnis. II. art. Admlnlstr ilor. Ilnr- illnsliurg, Ky., lii-uln 2. Wanted Salesman WANTED Salesman lo look after our In terest In Ilreeklnrlilge and iiilhu-ciit eountlcs. Salary or eommlsslnn. Address Lincoln 1)11 Co , Clercliitid, Ohio. Wants a Place. w ANTED A plaee lo erop Loyd Hay- eraii. iiariiinsnurg, ivy. Farm For Sale. FOIl SA I.EtMl acres llineslonn valley land loeatc I miles south of Kirk, uearsi'hool mid ehnrelu s. liood grain, clover and Hur ley land: n el I watereil w.tli sprlngsjlmprove-inents- mice tnh.ieeo liariiund sinek harm incline Ming. rooms nnd two ten nit houses. Trice low. ha cash ami li ilaneuon tirms to suit tnirchascr. further Information write .1. M. Crenshaw. Ilardlushurg No. 1, Ky. For Sale Partridge Rock Cockerels Colt SAtiE -t-'till stock Partridge Kock ' Cockerels.- Mrs.. h lin Xevitt. Irvliigtmi, ICy. It. K. I) High-tirade Shorthorns FOIl SALE-4 lilgh-grinle shorthorn bull calve, blood red. l-'ur price w:lto .1. I'. McOary. Kirk. Ky For Sale- Desk, Bone Cutter. Safe FOIl SALE One roll top desk. II inches wide: una Isine cutter, good us new; one kitchen s ife. l-'or particulars address Miss Mary .1. Connies. Ilardlu-hiirg. Ill, Ky. For Sale 10 Acres Farm COlt SALE 10 acres good, level land: terms Ailuri-ss i;. r. ciiomes, i; . noxss iii rry Hinilevaril. Louisville, Kv. Mules For Sale poll SALE- Two horse mules, four years o u iiiriiL i.iv. ia minus: one n nek 11 hands high: liroke. Ileauchuuip & Burton. Alvnir. 1 v. In scaled sanitary cans. Finest for tal lo iro mul baking. Ask your grocer for it. Semi po-stal card for booklet of Prizo liecipea to T. DOTF A SON'S 020 Duquesno Way, Pittsburgh, Pa. MlSiSSlPPI STOCK FARM FOR SALE 3331! acres, nbout 2000 open. Some In cultivation. 30 tenant houses. About 1000 acres bottom land, balance rolling to hilly, hut practically all sub ject to cultivation. Crass grows in abundance, on all this tract. About flvo ml.es from Railroad. Watered by liv ing stream. In otio of tlio healthiest localities In the state. Price $15.00 per acre. For further Information regard ing Mississippi and Tennessee land write us, we handle them. M. E. WAINRIGHT, Manager, Land Department, BRAMSFORD REALTY COMPANY, N'aehvillo. Tenn. SWEET CLOVER SEED Direct from grower. Large cultivated biennian while nnd vsllow; hulled and unhulltd. Also spt ci.il scarified for full and prompt gern-ination. Prices and circulars sent free JOHN A. S1IEEIIAN, R. D. No. 4. FALMOUTH, KY. Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Dentist Telephone 56-J Cloverport, Ky. V. G. BABBAGE Attorney-at-Law Real Estate Sold and Ivxehanged, v Deeds, Contracts, Kte., Prepared anc"American Airship Now Being Built acknowledged. will Be Six Times as Large. Cloverport, Kentucky O. Douglas Wutilrop. editor of the Aerial Age. member of the Aero Club RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. of America nnd American Society of To half pint ot water add 1 oz. nnyAefoiuiutle Kugineers. told the cadets Rum, a small box ot llarbo Compouuii.nud Instructors nt West Point that the nnd H oz. ot glycerine. Apply to the liaiirjulted States Is developing n machine twice a week until It becomes tlio desired , , . ,, . ... , ,1r,. imivorfnl shade. Any druggist can put this up ot the nlr that will be more wtrriil you can mix It nt homo at very little cort.thun the I-okker machine recently built Full directions for maklntr and use conn In Geniuiliy. In each box ot Iiarbo Compound. It will ..w ilrt, doveloplng n machine that gradually darkon Btreakcd, faded Kmy t hair, and removes dandrufT. It is excel-" "I repioMMit the gleatest iielileemtiit lent for falling hair and will make hai-shof men III nerlal triinsporttition. said hair soft and glossy. It will not color thejir, Wilrilrop. "It will be sis times Bcalp, is not sticky or greasy, and does not,nrj;cr ,., ,luy yet trlo,i. It wlll cnrry ru 0 ' enough fuel to give It ti cruising range GARFIELD. forty. Atras Compton. an aged citizen o. "Tlu' ''"' w"1 T' C,BJ,I 'T the High. Plains neighborhood, dlecs,t,,,,;t,r!i i""' 1 , , ,, , ,i .i , ,, deerenso of a cargo of explosives. It February 9 of a complication of dls-CUIl , ,L,n toas It w eases and was buried Tliursday at the .,.,. ll0W ,. wj,(., ,s ,, reeoll Horsley burying ground near here. umi which will thinw n three imil one Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Horsley at-bnlf inch shell. This Is achieved In tended the entertainment nt Hardlns ,mvl"S 11 auubl sl",t wftu " H,"l0 ox- burg Friday night. 0!,e,T? K0 "i "0 ,'llrtm J tlon the shell; the other of sand will Mr. and Mrs. Lannle I'oole havcg0 i the opposite direction, ncutrullz moved to Hensley. lug the reeoll." Mr. Clint Davis Is very sick wit! pneumonia. Miss Nell Cashman is visiting friend, For any 'tc,;inif iM,n, itoa"9' V"" ii.,.j eczema salt rheum, hives, itch, scald mil, uoiii irtUcus is vary sick. But very few plant bids have beenbox at all stores, burned. Farmsri say they never . This Week Best New Laces and Embroideries Bio Selection 5c and lOc Per Yard .V. ft ft V m ft & ft: ft as $ & & ft ? : ?: GET YOURS NOW J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. ft IFor One registered saddle and harness stallion "Bohemian Mark," a fine breeder and P a good looker; will trade for other stock. CWe also have 12 or 15 horses and mules which we want to go at once. Will sell g for cash or bankable note. Write us S your wants. 8 h Beard Brothers i MULES We have 13 choice want to sell at once. If this spring you will not like this. Terms to suit I W. R. MOORMAN & Al)lHESS TO EXCEL THE F0KKERS. of COO miles nt seventy-live miles nu hour. It will be propelled by seven mo tors, six of 100 horsepower nnd one of head, herpes, scabies, Doan's Olnt 50c a ment Is highly recommended. Ashes from fumed woolen or cotton cloth are used for healing wounds. s Special: ft ft ft ft '' ft ft .St Si ft ft & ft ft ft :: :: Si .. Values in Sale!! Hardinsburg, Ky. J( BWSiVtitii FOR SALE 3-year-old mare mules we fa you will need a good team have another opportunity purchasers. v SON, Glen Dean, Ky. Js Special Offer! DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD AND THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS By mail for One Year at QQ flfj Special price ol uOiUU Kentucky's :rciucst nowspapor delivered nt your homo ench day including your lioino pnjier, tit tlio price of ,f!5.0l) This Offer Positively Expires on February 28, 1916 Send Your Subscriptions to The Breckenridge News Cloverport, Ky.