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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY JPAGKf B ti I r m fltyf Irrkntrc Nrma WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1920 Katered t the Toil Office it Cloyerprt, Ky. it tecond cUu matter. fMlS MPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ' ADVERTISING DY THE te pnmTjmtonrm QENBRAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 1RANCHES IN' ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES UATKS FOR POLITICAL MENT8. For Precinct and City Office. ror Munty umcet-. ANNOUNCE. Fat Stte and District Opcei . For Calif, per line For Cardt. ner line . For all Publication in the Interest o( individual or expression of Individ sal views, per " t 2.GO J 5 00 J15.00 .10 .10 .10 STARK-LOWMAN CO. Louisville Representatives trsunal Jlttettihm Mr J, S. Potts returned last week from a two weeks visit in Louisville. , o o o Mrs. Paul R. Crews. Irvincton. spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Sandbach, Garfield. o o o Mrs. R. W. Meador and little son, Harold Franklin Kincheloe, of Irv ington, were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Kincheloe, Hard insburg. o o o One 3 room cottage for sale. V. G. Babbage. Mrs. Allen Black and daughters, Eva Margaret and Louise Black went t6 Louisville, Saturday to visit Mrs. Black's sister, Mrs. John Neubauer, and Mr. Neubauer. Miss Cecil Gregory and brother, Fred Gregory are in Louisville, visit ing their father, Mr. George Gregory. Mr. James Jolly, of Hardinsburg, Route 2 was here Thursday the guest of his sister, Mrs. Frank Payne, and Mr. Payne. o o o Miss Drew Gregory returned last week from Chicago, where she spent the winter with her nephew, Mr. George F. Dean. o o o Miss Martha Baker has returned to her home in Lewisport, after being the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Galloway. An Attractive Line I Easter Millinery Ready-Trimmed Hats on display at Mrs. A. BSCashman's Stephensport, Ky. Call and See Tbem THE MILLINERY OFFERINGS In Miss Evelyn Hicks' shop are excellent mod els in workmanship and style SELECT YOUR EASTER BONNET ' NOW! Miss Evelyn Hints Milliner Cloverport, Ky. Miss Cecilia Hngnian, Skillman, was lie week-end guest of Mis Mary Joe Mattingly. n o o Mrs. Leon McGarovk will be hos tess to the Ladies Reading Club this week. o o o Mr Joe Mattingly, of Huntingburg, Ind, was the guest of his father, Mr. Jack Mattingly, Saturday, o -o o Mr Cleon B. White, of Boston, re turned Sunday afternoon after a short visit with Mrs. White and son. who arc guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Beard, Hardinsburg. o o o J. L. Rhodes, Addison, spent Satur day the guest of his daughter, Mrs. N. H. Quiggins, and Mr Qttiggitis. o o o Misses Lucjic and Marian Hardin, of Holt, were guests of Mrs. Hilary Hardin, Saturday. o o o Mrs. A. Y Ford and daughter, Miss Margaret Ford, of Louisville, arrived Monday for a short visit with Mrs. A. A. Simon's. ' O rtl O ' Mr. J. M. Rollins, Union Star, spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Cloverport, on business, o a o Mrs. Ira D. Bchcn will be hostess to the Wednesday Club this week, o o o Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Rhodes and son, and Mrs. J. M. Crenshaw spent Sunday in Addison with Mr. Rhodes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rhodes. Mrs. J. Proctor Keith, of Eliza bethtown, will arrive Friday to spend Easter the guest of Miss Ray Lewis Heyser. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS NOTE Please notify the editor .,,... you desire advertisements discontinued. p",'-1 ii ViiVrt-rmfWwuL FOR SALE 00t ...-, y,wyyYWVVXAAAnJW J1 ?.'),.'KT.Sevc", 'rm of my own on the HiRh Way They run from M) n am acrra, Prices right S. M Havnn. f,r. Ky. ' field. Kill bAI.h (I good horses from B to 8 years. One marc heavy with foal. 1 Wack horse mule, (I years old, lfltf hands high, hold under a guarantee. Prices right. Must he sold f.eo. Eskrldge, The Stock Man, Hardintliurg, Ky. I'OR SALE Hickory chair splits. Ten seats post paid noo milts, $1.00j 1OO0 miles $1.30. Sm'1 f,h orcUr ,Jvl1 Hardin, Hawes vllle, Ky., Route 3. DORAN'S GAPE REMEDY A guaran teed cure for gapes. Thousands testify to its marvelous cures. Money hack If It, fails. J.V, postpaid. Circular free. Agenta wanted. . H. Ooran, Brandenburg, Ky. FOR SALE--H you want a nryu nr ....t l?.,l car see V C. Moorman, Hardinlmrg, Ky. I He can deliver the cars and save vou money. you FOR SALE One Reed Baby Ruggy. A. Crawford. Cloverport, Ky. R. FOR SALE White Rock Eggs from Fishel's ItrM-in.thcAVorld Strain. J'.'.OO and $2 80 per 15. Baby chicks 25c each. Mrs. Frank Mattingly, The Castle, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE One J. 1 Case 12 horse-power an am traction engine. In good shaiv. Fur ther particulars write Will French, Mystic, Ky. FOR SAI J 1 Big Bone Poland China hoar, two cows to be fresh soon. R. P. Miller, Kirk, Ky. Mrs. E. H. Breidcnbach, of Owens boro. and her sister. Miss Amelia Brctdenbach, of Montana, were guests ' ot .Misses h.va and bliza May the week-end. Mrs. Hugh Nelson Wood, of Louisville, was the week-end guest of Miss Mildred D. Cabbage. Mrs. Harry St urn m, of Owehsboro, was the guest of Mrs. J. T. Owen, Sunday and Monday, o o o Mr. Chas P. Sawyer, of Columbus, O., is here the guest of his brother, Joe J. Sawyer, and Mrs. Sawyer, en route from Sikeston, Mo., where he spent a week with his sister, Mrs. A. N. Heston, and Mr. Heston. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baldridge, who have been spending the winter here, returned this week to their home in Louisville. o o O -Mr and Mrs. C. Vic Robertson, of Hardinsburg, went to Louisville, Sun day afternoon. o o o Mrs. Lucinda Younger and grand daughter, Miss Eud6ra McG. Young er, of Louisville, were the week-end guests of Mrs. John A. Ross, and Misses Jane and Mayme Bannon Sawyer. ' SOCIETY ITEMS Of Personal Interest FOR SALE Two good fresh milk cows, one a registered Jersey, Mrs. Charles Bohler, , Cloverport, Ky. . Easter Egg Hunt For Sunday-school Class. .Miss Selma Sippel will give an Easter party for the members of her Sunday-school class of the Methodist church on Saturday afternoon at her home on the Hill. An Easter egg hunt will be one of the delightful features of entertainment for the class members who include: Misses Jane and Mayme Bannon Sawyer, Marian FOR SALE Or Rent My farm containing 'mi'es South of Stephensport, Ky and near one hundrei' and seventy-five acres, four the Bull Creek road. Good four room house, fgfMjt ttoct barn, good tobacco barn, and two room tenant house. For particulars call and see me or write. J. H. Gipson, Steph ensport, Ky. FOR SALE Thoroughbred Barrel Rock eggs for hatching. One dollar per 13, six dollars per 1(H). Mrs. James Haycraft, Glen Dean, Ky. FOR SALE Old newspapers, 5c a bunch. Breckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE Remington typewriter Xo. (I, Remodeled. Good as new. Further inform ation call or write The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Behen, Katherine Phelps, Carrie Mae I FOR SALE One good horse, 13 years old, gooa worker anil timer, sound ana ail right. I Jackson, Malora Harrington, Helen Berry, Corine Ramsey, Genevia Rob inson and Pearl Jackson. o o o Five Hundred Party For House Guest. Price $75. J. L. Rhodes, Addison, Ky. WOR SALE Single Comb Black Minorca' eggs. $1.75 per 15. postage prepaid. Mrs. Chas. L. Goff, Tarfork, Ky. FOR SALE Emden Goose eggs at 23 cents each. Goslings later (10 cents each. Mrs. I Taylor Beard, Hardinsburg, Ky. I Miss Jane Warfield has arrived from Louisville, to spend the sum mer vjth her sister, Mrs. Frank Fraize. o o o Miss1 Eleanor Reid and Miss Mary Christina Hamman Avere in Owens boro, Saturday, the guests of Miss Stella Waldrip. oo o Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jones are at home after a week's visit in Fords ville, with Mr. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jones. o o o Mr. and Mrs. Walker and children, Mary Margaret and James Henry, who have been in Macon, 111 , for a year, have returned to Cloverport, to live and were guests of Mrs. Walker s FOR SALE Thompsons Barred Rock Im perial Ringlet Eggs. Good hatches and safe arrival guaranteed. Mrs. F. C. English, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. O. F Galloway gave a 300 party Thursday evening at their home in the West End in honor of their house guest, Miss Martha Baker, of Lewisoort. The invited guests were: Miss Mary Owen Oelzell-R SALE Single Comb Brown Leghorn Tern. Pnnrli Rnnrlall Won tViPrhnlt . Kggs.$l (K) for setting of 15. E. L. Franks, and Geo. McManus. o o o Luncheon Given For Mrs. H. N. Wood, of Louisville. I Sample, Ky. Mrs. David Brainerd Phelps gave a 1 o'clock luncheon Saturday at her home in honor of Mrs. Hugh Nelson Wood, of Louisville. Covers were laid for Mrs. Phelps, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. J v ranK rayne, Jirs. Marry xviewsom, Mrs. Eldred A. Babbage, Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage and Miss Mildred D. Babbage. FOR SALE White Wyandotte Eggs. Fif teen for $1,511. Mrs. J. E. Lewis, McQuady, Ky. FOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mortagcs. The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE 200 acres of timber, a large portion Beech, alo 100 acres of hill land lying near Chenault, Ky. M. J. Robertson, Frymire, Ky. Local Church News Rev. J. R. Randolph will deliver the Trnctpr mcssnpp .iinHnv mnrnintr nt .i r tt ... t r " r" .-"." - "P r- motner, xurs. neuie oeavin, oi near ; tne eleven o'clock hour in the Meth here, last week o o o Miss Alice, Eleo Eubank, who has been the guest of her grandparents', Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Polk, returned to Frankfort, Sunday and was accomp anied to Louisville by her aunt, Miss Lillian Polk. 1 IKZfcSl -e;3i C w 1 Gy-! NftCVvfl f rW I "In Time, for Easter" Everything for Milady's Wardrobe 'THIS WEEK we will have a shipment of blouses, coat suits, dresses, separate skirts, coats and hats, so they will be very new arid fresh. You'll see . ' ' A Suits Of individuality, fancy ones and the more tailored pnes. , Dresses Of Georgette, some of Jersey silk, and others of taffeta and georgettes. Blouses Beautiful ones galore. Georgette, and and made with new shortsleeves.ii Skirts Silk, some accordion pleated, .""others in wool, silk poplin, etc. nf Hats Shadow hats of maline, beautiful patterns gaily trimmed for youthful and matured faces. " ! . , The Easter Shop MRS. ETHEL 0. HILLS CieVERPOKT, KENTUCKY H odist church, South. There will be special music by the two choirs, Meth odist and Baptist, and at the close of the service several members are to be received into the church. As this will be the only morning service of the protestant churches in the city all three congregations will worship together. o o o f Holy Week services will be held in the St Rose church on the forenoon of Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. Easter marks the close of lent, and the church will have its usual services, Sunday. o o o Rev J. L. May, presiding elder of the Owensboro district, filled the pul pit in the Methodist church last Sun day morning. In the afternoon at U o'clock Rev. May preached to the members of the colored Methodist church and assisted them in raising a public collection. FOR SALE Home grown seel corn, spec ially selected from stalks of good sound corn and well developed cars. Producing two ears to the stalk. Have limited quanti ty for sale at $.'1 50 per bushel. Send your orders to Woosley & Son, Webster, Ky. FOR SALE Two lots with houses and other buildings, located on Bishop Hill, near Horace Newton's and Robert Moorman's. This property can bebougnt at a reason able price. Ask or write Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. WWWMVWWVWWIMVWMVWMMWWVIM.WMVMIMWV WANTED WANTED All the produce and cream you can bring to B. F. Beard & Co , Hardins burg, Ky. WANTED 11X1 head of hogs light feeders. J. F. Dutschke, Holt, Ky. "WANTED Information regarding green flower vase taken through mista from the Methodist church. Call Phone 40 Cloverport, Ky. a large ke WANTED Woman to do general house work for a family of two. Apply to Mrs. Hannah Hardin, Holt, Ky. MISCELLEANIOUS READY-TO-WEAR FOR EASTER GEORGETTE WAISTS SILK SOCKS MIDDY TIES HAIR NETS UMBRELLAS CAMISOLES VEILS BRASSIERS PARASOLS COLLARS PURSES .BEADS NARROW BELTS Black, White Blue , SILK HOSE White, Black, Gray, Brown SILK GLOVES White, Black, Gray GET YOURS NOW! NEXT SUNDAY IS EASTER J. C. NOLTE & BRO. Annual Sale of Tires At $3.00 Tubes at One Dollar--$ 1 .00 Sale begins Thursday, April 1st, and will be continued for a limit er time. If you purchase one Tire and one Tube At List Price. We will sell you an Additional Tire For $3.00 and Tube For $1.00. Sale includes Batavia and National Speedway Firsts Fisk, Firestone, Federal, McGraw, Mason, Norwalk and other makes in "Seconds." Only two Tires and two Tubes to a customer in this sale. SMail Orders Filled LOUISVILLE TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY, Inc. 453 South Third St., Louisville, Ky. NOTICE! We have about 20 three year old mules, and 50 mules from 4 to 12 years, also a number of mares and horses to sell. Come at once as we are in need of room and will sell at a bargain. They're worth the money. HOLSTEIN BULL The dairy business pays. Increase your milk yield. Breed you cows to a registered llolstcin Hull J. R. Eskridge. Hardinsburg. Ky. secr Try News Classified Ads for Results HILL ITEMS I The Missionary and Aid Society of the Presbyterian church held the annual meeting in March at the home ' of Mrs. C. W. Satterfield. The officers 'of 1019 were reelected. ' Mrs. Chas Keil, President; Miss Laura Satter-' field, Sec. and Treas.; Miss Eliza Mav. Sep. of Literature: Mrs. Ed Whitehead, Treas and Sec. of Aid; Vice President to be elected. Mrs. Linda Beavin went to Evans- ville, Thursday to see her daughter, j who is reported quite ill. I Dr, Parish was called in last week to see Mrs. Win. Smith, who was quite sick but improving. I Mrs. Lucy Pate ts also sick at, her home on the Hill, but is better. i Fred Ray returned from Rockport, Ind , Saturday Evening. Mrs. Sam Whcatley is in Evans-, ville, visiting her daughter, Mrs, Mur-' ray Pryor, and Mr. Pryor. Mr. uurdette continues quite ill at his home in Hites Run. 'His daughter, Mrs. James Sahlie, and Mr. Sahlie are at his bedside. Mrs Allen Black went to Louis ville, Saturday to be with her sister,, Mrs. Jplm Neubauer enroute to Lake-' lqnd to see her husband, Allen Black. ' Miss Clesta Brown, of Cloverport, I and Miss Ola Mattingly, of Hunting burg. Ind.. were the guests of Mrs. J. E Black, last Wednesday. " NOTICE 30 bushels of corn for sale at Mace Hawkins place for cash only. V. G. Babbage, Admr. SPRINGTIME SPECIALS Ladies good quality skirts, latest style plaids and solid color Good quality silk poplin skirts, b"lue, grey, green and black , ,,, ON NEW AND UP-TO-DATE GOODS $650 One lot of Ladies shoes and slippers worth up to $4.80 Ladies all Wool Slipover Sweaters colors, old rose and French blue $498 ,$2-98 .$650 Youths all wool Spring Suits of the latest Eastern cut, sizes S to 15 yrs Men's all wool serge trousers regular sizes only Trousers for extra large men sizes 44 to 82 waists .$12-00 $5S0 $600 Just received a line of Ladles s,tyjish Georgette and Crepe de Chine waists in all sizes. Cf .98 Colors flesh and white. Big values Stylish Paten. Leather or Kid Pumps with high French heels " Men's good quality brown calf size 7, 7l2 and 8 only. Splendid values ., Brown calf English shoes, sizes 214 to 5J4 $6 .00 Solid leather Little Gents Button ot lace shoes, sizes 10 to 13 English shoes, $700 $500 .$3-fl0 LADIES: Call and inspect our line of Spring Coats in all the latest styles and materials at reasonable prices. Visit the store that offers the biggest values for your money. 50 RECLAIMED ARMY BLANKETS TO SELL FOR $3.50 EACH The GOLDEN RULE STORE, Cloverport, Ky. I J ' . .