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G6? Brcckonridge News.
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 1, 19111 Entered nt tlio Pot Oflllccat GloTcrport, Ky as second clasi mnttcr. .'HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct tmtl city Offices t 2.50 For County Offices $ 5.00 For Stnte and District Offices f lf.00 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line .... 10 For All Publications in the inter, est ol Individuals or expression of Individual views per line It' . Train Schedule on The L, II. & St. L. R'y. Effective September 19, 1915. EAST HOUND No. H2 will leavn Cloverport .. Arriving Irvlnittnn Arrlvlnir Louisville. No. iU will lavo Cloverport .. Arrlvlnc IrrlnRton... AirlvliiK l,oulsvlllo No. 14(1 will IravoClovcroort.. - Arriving Irvlnptou .. WEST nOUNl) No. 141 will Ipjivo Cloverport..... Arriving Owenslxiro. . Arriving Henderson Arriving Evnnsvlllo ... Arriving St. I,out . No. H3 will leave Cloverport . Arriving lliiwrsvllle Arriving Owtnsboro No. 115 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Ilenderxon Arriving Eviinivllle Arriving ft. Louis No. 147 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owenstioro. Arriving Henderson - 0:15 A. M, .10:1ft A. M 12MD V. M . 4:52 I. M 5:4(1 V. M 7:40 1". XI 5:07 A. XI 5:31 A. XI 10KI A. XI. 12 01 1'. XI. .tJ:5S IVXI, lfl3 7.40 1'. XI 7:00 I'.XI 7:.T0 I'. XI 8:18 I'.XI . 11 51 I'.XI 136- A. XI . l:WA.M 2:15 A. M 7:40 A. XI . fi:MA.XI 7:4)1 A. M U:0O A. XI Local News and Personal Paragraphs About Peo ple at Home and Abroad. Dinner Parties and Receptions. Church Announcements. R. O. Willis was in Louisville Mon day. Mrs. V. C. Moorman spent Thursday in Louisville. Frank Weatlierholt went to Louis ville Thursday. J. 1 Dutschke, of Holt, spent Thuts day in Cloverport. B. II. Reidel, of Loj, Angeles, Cal., was here Monday. Mrs. J. M. Fitch went to Owensboro Monday on business. Lee Walls, of Hardinsburg, spent Thursday in Louisville. Mrs. E. L. Robertson was in Louis ville Thursday shopping. Tom Carter was in Evansville Sunday -'the guest of Miss Fronia Dean. The Epworth League will be led Sun day evening by Miss Ola Fallon. B. Y. P. U. services will be conducted Sunday evening by group No. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Zenia Shellman were in Owensboro Sunday visiting friends. The Friday Club will be entertained thls week by Miss Mildred Babbage. Little Miss Dorothy May, who has been quite ill, is slowly improving. Mrs. June Adams went to Gardner Monday with her father, James Nix. The Wednesday Club will meet this afternoon with Mrs. E. C. McDonald. The Mission Study Class will meet Thursday night with Miss Lula Severs. Mrs. Frank Mattingly will be hostess to the Ladies' Reading Club this week W. II. Beauchamp, of Mystic, went to Bewleyvllle Monday to see his moth ' er. Rev. Russell Walker filled his regular appointment at Hites Run church Sun day. Mrs. Ben Ridgeway and little son, James Franklin, are visiting in Louis ville. Mrs. John Weisenberg Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Noble, at Rockport. Mrs. Orfilo DeHuven. of Holt, was Teeth Important to Health ! Half chewing and full chewing makes all the difference between the half nourished mind and body and the full vlgored mind and body. It not only affects health, but efficiency and earning power. Both looks and efficiency are so very impottant that for most all the people a difference of a few dollars In the cost of a plate is much less important than the re sults from the plate. 4Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardinsburg. Kentucky. OHIe ir Buk Htrdloiburg ft Trust Co. the week end guest of Mrs, Wlckllff DcHaven Prof. Andrew DrNkell's Normal Kchool opened Monday with 22 pupils enrolled. Mrs. Henry Burden nnd children were visiting In McQuady the latter part of last week. Mis? Lucy Jolly, of Sample, has re turned home alter a week's visit to rel atives here. E. McDavis, of Hardinsburg, went to Frankfort Monday to take a look at the Legislature. Mr. and Mrs. Ruther Pate went to Louisville Saturday to fee "The Birth of a Nation." Mrs. Anna Dieckman and Mrs. B. H. Morgan, of Stephensport, were here Friday shopping. The Parent Teachers' Association will meet at the school building Friday aftcrcoon at U:l5. Miss Lucy Jolly and Miss Mary Judith Miller, of Sample, were week end guests of Miss Mary Glbsou. Mrs. J. M. Harris, of Nashville, came up Thursday to see her mother. Mrs. Brickey, who is quite ill, Ed Scherer, of Hawesville, attended the banquet Tuesday, and was the guest of Miss Bessye Arnold. Mrs. Carl LIshen, of Padueah, is here visiting relatives. Mis. Finny Tousey will accompany her home for a visit. Wm. Wroe returned to I'aducah Fri day after speudlng a few days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wroe. Mrs. Hornce Gilbert has been veiling her sisters, Mrs. G. R. Cox, of Lodi burg, and Mrs, Nat li.isham, ot Sample Mm. Robert Fenulck has returned to her home at Brandenburg after bejng the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edtnondson. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flood, of near Stenhensport, celebrated their second wedding nnniversary Saturday. The celebration was a family affair. i HOME WEDDING $ i'l Of Miss Addle Louise Babbage A J., to Hr. William (loddard Polk Jt f on Saturday. The wedding of Miss Addie Louise Babbage and Mr. William Goddardl'olk, of Louisville and Cincinnati, wassolemn ized Saturday nfteruooti at 3 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Sirs. John D. Babbage, of Clover port. The Rev. Mr. Paul S. Powell was the officiating clergyman. The wedding music was played by Mrs Raymond Moorman, of Louisville. Smilax and potted plants were em plojed in the decorations The cere mony took place in the parlor before an improvised altar of green arranged be tween the windows On either side of the altar were cathedral candle-sticks holding lighted tapers and throughout the house the light was furnished by white caudles. Miss Mildred Babbage was her sister's maid-of-honor, and Dr. Chas. W. Hib bitt, of Louisville, was the best man. The bride, who entered with her father, by whom she was given in mar riage, wore a gown of white net with satin pointed girdle and touches of lace. Her veil was of tulle with the cap effect and was adjusted to the head with a wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley and white sweet peas. The maid-of honor wore a costume of pink silk taffeta and tulle. Her flowers were pink sweet peas. Following the ceremony there was an informal reception after which Mr. and Mrs, Polk left for Louisville on the special car of Mr. R. N. Hudson, presi dent and general manager of the L., H & St. L. R. R. Company. En route Mr. and Mrs. Hudson gave a dinner for the wedding party. Covers were set for Mr. and Mjs Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Polk, Airs. David W. Fairleigh, Miss Margret Polk, Dr. Chas. W Hib bitt, Airs. Raymond Moorman and daughter, Miss Mollie Ditto Moorman, of Louisville. Other out-of-town guests were Mr. L I. Coleman, of Kuoxville, Miss Addie G. Ditto, Miss Addie M. Fairleigh, of Louisville, and Mrs. Eliza Taylor, of Hardinsburg. I WASHINGTON PARTY. SI Given at Home of Air. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor, of Hardins burg, by riembers of T. S. C, Club. Hardinsburg, Feb. 26. (Special. ) On last Tuesday evening, the twenty second, nt the home of Mr, and Airs, Alfred Taylor, the members of the T. S. C. entertained a number of their friends to a Washington Party. . The color scheme was red, white and blue. The house was decorated with lovely potted plants. The pictures of George and Martha Washington occupied a very prominent place. A Contest Things our grandmothers It will lie ready on or about Mitrch 10th. Kxnct (Into will be nniiounei'd Inter. did not have proved to be interesting. Uriel: ice cream, with tiny red hatch ets on each brick nnd cake with our nation's flag on it was served. The following guests composed the jolly party: Misses Messrs Frances Lee Brown, Robert Haswell, Louise Taylor, Russell Hook, Esther Meador, Samuel Evans, Ilettie Pile, Grover Gregory, Keturah Johnson, Murray Brown, Virginia Heard, William Evans, Clara 11 Dellaveu, Ely Duvall, ! Emma Meador, Francis Dillon, Mary II Whitworth, James H. Gardner. Anna M. Smith. Hobart Shellman. Hallie Krown. Franklin Kincheloe. DINNER PARTY. 1, Given nt the Commercial Hotel .Vj by Miss Jessie Hudson. Ulght V (luests Present Hardinsburg, Feb. 28 (Special ) Miss Jessie HudsOn entertained several friends to a dinner party last Saturday evening at the Commercial Hotel. Upon the arrival of all the guests they were invited into the dining room where they found a beautifully decorated table awaiting them. In the center of the table was a large candelabra from which white lavender ribbons with a bunch of violets tied to the end were drawn to each guest's plate. A very tempting menu was served. Tlu menu. Grape Pruit witli Grape Juice Oyster Soup. Celery Powl. Corn Pudding Stuffed P Itiscuit Relishes. French Pried Potatoes. Salad. Ilaked Cheese Crackers. The invited guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cotuptou. Misses Messrs. Hallie Ilrown, Franklin Kincheloe, Margaret Peyton, Mr. Diehl, Lottie Handy, M. II. Kincheloe. When baby suiters with eczema or some itching skin trouble, use Doan's Ointment, A little of it goes a lone way and it is safe for children. 50c a box at all stores. WEDNESDAY CLUB W Entertained at Home of Airs, ft $ Shelby Conrad Oeorge Wash- f,J Ington Favors Given. Mrs. Shelby Conrad gave a Washing ton reception at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Mosby, of To- blnsport, Miss Martha Willis and Miss Jeanette Burn assisted in receiving. Mrs. Wicklilf Dellaven presided at the punch bowl. Miss Louise Babbage was complimented with a recipe book In which were entered favorite recipes of the guests. A delicious buffet luncheon was served with George Washington favors in the shape ol a hatchet decorated with cher ries. The guests included members of the Wednesday Club aud the following Mrs. Wickllff Dellaven, Mrs. Ben Ridgeway, Mrs. J. R. Meador, Mrs. Thos. Odowult, Mrs. Frank Mattingly, Mrs. James B. Randall, Mrs. Leonard Oelze, Mrs. Mosby, Mrs. Hoflius Be- heu, Miss Cleona Weatlierholt, Miss Addle G. Ditto, Miss Mildred Babbage, Miss Ola Fallon and Miss Ray Heyser. To feel strong, have good appetite and digestion, sleop soundly and enjoy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, the family system tonic. Price $1.00. INTERESTING WEDDINGS. Parr-Keys. Lodiburg, Feb. i!5. (Special. ) The wedding of Miss Lucile Parr to Mr. Wilbur Keys, both of Lodiburg, was solemnized Thursday, February 24, at 3 p. ra., nt the home of the brlde's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. '.W,(PaVr,i In tho presence of a host of relatives(Vand I W a. a t s ! Ill W Nutk Advertisers plene notify tl.e editor wlien you want ndvertisement discontinued. ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs in this Column ONE CENT PER WORD For Sale Two Small Mules FOH HAI.K Two small mules 4-yeart-old this spring or will trade fot imiroor Inrpu mule. II. I,. Ilruner. Knton Star. Ky. Lost Leather floods LOST Two pairs le-itlier plorps, lilnek nnd brown, I'lenxu return to Knrl ISolilnsou ItohlnsMi nnil Henry WMti Por Sale Three Good Milch Cows C Jit HAI.K Three eood mlli'li cows. 4 toll 1 years old. One. lurjfe sow nnd ! plus. .1. M. Crenshaw. Ilarilllisliurir. Ky., It. No, I. Tor Sale- Barred Rock Ringlet F.gffs COB HALE llnrred Hock ItlnBletejriiv. .My ' hlrds are from Hock iinilegitnillui-t from II. Thomyson. Prices reasonable. Hnfe arrival and irood tmtrhei guaranteed. Mrs. I'. KiikIIsIi. Clover port, Ky. Seed Corn. FOIt HALE- .lolirsoii County Wlillo Heed Corn, on ear or shelled; properly select eil. Tor prices write J. It. Matltnitly, liar dlnsburg, Ky., It, 1. For Sale Steers FOU SALESO head of steers, averaRu TOO pounds: kooiI grade; 10 cows coming fresh. I). l. binllli. Carlleld, Ky. Rhode Island Reds For Sale COIt H A I,E Ithodo Island Ited chickens. dollar each .Mill II. Allen, llurdlns- btirR. Ky. For Sale Large and Small Farms FOIt HAI.K A nuinber of large and small farms: 50 to II0O acres each. I'or partlcu lnrs write Win. Ailklsson. Ilardlnxburg. Ky.. or. lames II. Henton, Cloverport, Ky. For Rent Farm COIt ItKNT -John I'urrow farm 2 miles from ' Clovi rport, on pll,e: I'O acres: g od dwell ing: tobacco barn and Mock turn; terms, z't'y cisb -Chas. Il.-ifunrt. AdmlriMritor. Ilur dlnshurx. Ky,, lt(.me 2. Farm For Sale. FOIt .SALE HO acres lln.t stone valb y 'and locatot 4 miles south of Kirk, near school an I churches, (lond grain, clover and Hur ley landiwell watered witli nrings;linproVc lie nt--'urge telncco barn and sutck ba.-n, or-ecl Telling. rrnmis h ml t wo ten ill. bouses. I'ri-'e low. half cab tind IrihuictMin terms to Mil-, purchaser. Kurlicr Information wri'e ,1. . Crenshaw. Hard Inshore No. I. Ky. For Sale Partridge Rock Cockerels Foi: ham: Cockerels.. Ky. It. I'. I). 'uli stock I'.irtrldge Kock -Mrs.. I huNetltt. lrvlngton, In scaled sanitary cans. Finest for tnbln ttso nnd baking. Ask your grocer for it. Send postal card for booklet of l'rizo Itocipea to P. DOFF & SONS 020 Duqucsno Way, Pittsburgh, Pa. MISSISSIPPI STOCK FARM FOR SALE S'i'M ncres, about 2000 open. Some In cultivation. 30 tenant houses. About 10U0 acres bottom land, balance rolling to hilly, but practically all sub ject to cultivation. Grass grows in abundance on all this tract. About five ml es from Railroad. Watered by liv ing stream. In one of tho healthiest localities in the state. Price $15.00 per acre. For further Information regard ing Mississippi ami Tennessee laud writo us, we handle them. M. E. WAINRIGHT, Manager, Laud Department, BRAMSFORD REALTY COMPANY, Nashville. Tenn. SWEET CLOVER SEED Direct from grower. Large cultivated biennian white and vsllow; hulled and unhullsd. Also special scarified for full and prompt germination. Prices and circulars sent free. JOHN A. SIIEEIIAN. 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 Exchanged, Deeds, Contracts, Etc., Prepared and acknowledged. Cloverport, Kentucky RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To halt pint of water add 1 oz. Bay Itum, a small box ot Barbo Compound, and 14 oz. ot glycerine. Apply to tho lialr twice a week until It becomes tho deslied shade. Any druueist can put this up or you can mix It at homo at very littlo cort. Full directions for maklnu and uso come In each box of Barbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, taded Bray hair, and removes dandruff. It Is excel lent for falllns hair and will make haish hair soft and Klossy. It will not color the scalp, Is not sticky or greasy, and docs not rub oft. friends. The Rev. Mr. Hutchinson was the officiating clergyman. The house was beautifully decorated for the oc casion in green and white. The ceremony took place In the liv ing room beneath a large circle and bell, with green and white streamers extending to each corner of the room. The shades were lowered and small lamps lighted making a soft light. The wedding music was rendered by Miss Blanch Robertson. Miss Alma Keys, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, and Mr. Roscoe Deacon wan best man. ( The bride, . who entered wltrj the V AT LAST! A Perfect Vacuum Gleaner!! & 2 Si :Y: T. HH Si & Si Si Si Si Si Si Read the Description: The top is genuine mahogany and has a standard piano finish; all the metal parts best quality nickel plated steel; evenly balanced triple bellows; revol ving brush sweeps the surface; sanitary box-shaped dust collector; operates more easily and noiselessly than any other cleaner in e.vistance, due to its light weight, perfect construction, 4-wheel brush drive and perfect bearing. Truly the "Cleaner Beautiful" C. NOT Fop One registered saddle and harness stallion "Bohemian Mark," a fine breeder and 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 for cash or bankable note. Write us your wants. icard Brothers I Hardinsburg, Ky. J2 MULES $C We have 13 choice want to sell at once. If this spring you will not X like this. Terms to suit i I W. R. MOORMAN & groom, wore n gown of white net over white silk with bead trimmings. The bridal veil was adjusted to her head by a wreath of orange blossoms. Her bouquet was of white roses nnd ferns. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Keys left for Cloverport, where they are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pitch. Mr. and Mrs. Keys will make their home at Lodiburg. o o o Norton-Compton. Miss Ruth Norton and Mr. Forrest Compton, popular young people of Webster, were married Wednesday in Owensboro by the Rev. Mr. Holleran, of lrvlngton. After the ceremony a dinner at the Rudd House was enjoyed bv tho couple, and Mrs O. M. Parks, Miss Mnytne Bowman and Mr. W. E. Compton all of Webster. They will reside at Webster. For That Cough. "Penslar White Pine and Spruce Bal sam" is the cough medicine that stands in a class by itself. 25c at Wedding's Drug Store Jennie Walker Dead. Jennie Walker, colored, was found dead nt nn early hour Friday morning nt her home in Eastland. Funeral services were held Sunday with inter ment in the colored cemetery. Divorces Secured. Attorney V. G, Babbage secured a divorce In Circuit Court last week for Mrs. Lizzie Beavln, wife of Bert Beavin, and for Mrs. Hattle Dunn, the wife of Wm. Dunn. 1 r5 s Si Si m Si & Si Si TF Sc RDO U CLOVERPORT, KY. jjj) Sale!! v1 FOR SALE 3-year-old mare mules we you will need a good team have another opportunity V purchasers. : i SON, Glen Dean, Ky. DR. B. T. RAFFERTY Specialist on RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION Treats Chronic Diseases. By Mall Also 4G2 5th St. Loulsvilee, Ky. Office Hours: 0 to 9 a. m. 12 to! 2 anil G lo 9 p. m Fine Sausage Linked goorinuss, lonj: drawn out, aptly dt'sctibiw tho siuimio you will find itt our market. You enn havo it in links or bulk nnd of ii vnricty that will incut every taste. In it there is used only the best and most carefully selected meats. Our Beef and Pork will Tempt Your Appetite Sipes' Meat Market, Irvington, Ky. Attending Convention. W. S. Ball, M. II. Beard and Squire D. C. Heron are attending the Repub lican Convention at Ellzabethtown this week.