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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY OCTOBER I, 1M0 i. i t In the County HAPDTMQPTTPr ' tlvK.U.l.lNo.BUKU James N. Payne. Clark3on, arrived Saturday to visit hir brother, Judge S. B. Payne, and Mrs. Payne. Mr. and Mrs Domic Shccran and son D Austin Shecran, were the week-end guests of Mrs. Shccran's brother Mr Ray Pate and Mrs. Pate of Clovernort I Chas Bowlds, Glen Dean, made a business trip here Wednesday, !,.,! I W !-., !?1!,a,Mlitn.i. , jv.sw j. .. Y-J-.. "" - u t t,w . n, ', i.i : . '?' ft&JV" "fcJ "d- " m.. t.i .i .i..i.. Hi:.. Mrs. uosicy aim uaugiiicr, aiim Laura Bosley, Chenault, arc visiting Mrs. Boslcy and daughter, Miss ' Iikf ,(-ii,Tlitr Jr II. I CtKnIiontnti. and Dr. Stephenson. I Miss Judith Watlington, Basin 1,? n?r;n Mr , 1 Mr N H Wat T ' 'Alfred Taylor was in Custer, Friday. Mrs. U. U. Micllman lias returned from Akkron, 0., after a visit with her son, Mr. Hobart Shcllman, and Mrs. Shellinan. Mr. 1'. mormon has purchased the Mrs. Ann Hook propcrty of J. L. McGary on Second street Possession has bceii given. .... I Mrs. Edd Lex. Louisville, is the guest of her son, Joe Lex. .week. Miss Mary Cornwall being on M. D. Beard was in Holt. Friday. thc sjck n,t. Mrs. E. Mcador and baby. Custer.' ticSoe AiimV and Margaret Gibson. who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. D. C. Walls, and Mr. Walls, has returned Mrs. J. R. EskridRC, Mrs. Sallie M. Beard and Mrs. Howard Hook, were the guests of Mr and Mrs. S. H. Hen- ninger, West View, Thursday. Paul Wilson, Moravia, spent Friday here on business. . Mr. ana Airs. ai. u. ueard has re- ui.iicu irum iuuiavmc i ncy were nc- Autumn Millinery This year, I again have on display at my residence, a very select line of ladies' and children's hats in the prevailing styles of the season. Your patronage will be appreciated. Mrs. A. B. Cashman Stepliensport, Ivy. ( M ) Southern Optical Co. Incorporated PERFECT. FITTING SPECTACLES AND EVE GLASSES Kryptoka Artificial Eyes .nTiiib'e Bifocal Leni Southwell Corner 4th and Chartna Stb LOUISVILLE. KY. Q) CvvVH5'""" I Furniture I I Will Save You Much I I More Than the I I to Louisville I I THE FREIGHT I ?S WAR OLD RHEUMATIC THROWS AWAY HIS CRUTCHES "I am now 75 years of age, and for It number of years nave suffered with rheumatism, eczema and a severe itching. I was compelled to walk on crutches. I obtained no relief until to tako Num!cr 40 For The Have taken eight bottles and iMiiiiatism and the itching ec- ,i.a h all gone. On Christinas day 1 laid awav my crutches and get around pretty well without them. You have my permission to use this letter to advertise Number 40, as I feel that I havo received great bene fit and will continue the treatment, believing I will receive more, and I wish to recommend it to other like sufferers to do aa I have donu and compantcd by Mrs. Beard's mother, Mrs. B J. Robinson, Miss Martiuia Monarch has return- cd from a three weeks visit with rcl- atives in Louisville. Coleman Haswcll, Louisville, was j,c Rllcst of his father, John P. Has- well, mid-week. Mrs. J. C Ovcrby and son, J. C. Ovcrby, left Monday for a visit with relatives in Kansas City, Kans., and Denver, Colorado. Mrs. Raymond T. Dowcll has re- turned from a short stay in Louisville. francis union ictt inursuay mr Akron. O, after a two weeks visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. "J1""' . I T-!ll I , Miss Ann Hendnck lias accepted a 'position as saleslady, with Bowmer & Reeves. . I ait ai ....i it., ir:.. nni..isn.. .n...l "'AT""' L'" " ". ? . : ,Q , propcrty on Third Street, r.n.lnv " rnwTMrTnM IKVlNtjIUN . MrS' ' . " m' Uo.ul m C 7 . , irT, - pa.rC'.ltS' iIr a"d MrSl Ja ! and Mrs'b. O. Bailey have ,.-' turned from a three weeks visit with relatives in Virginia Miss Evelyn King will be host to the .00 Club this afternoon Georee Picirott. Louisville, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W. j, piggott. ' Miss Margaret Conniff assisted at t? u ci,tt..,-, rnU riant List Louisville, spent the week-end with thoir parents. Mr and Mrs. J. B Gib- l" pv;imte nf Rpv .nnH Mrs R. I. Sle.i- son maker, Hiseville, have received cards announcing the arrival of a daugh- ter. Eleanor, Sept. 20th. Miss Louise Tucker, a returned Missionary from Shanghai, China, Kave a splendid entertainment at thc Baptist church on Friday evening. I Mr. and Mrs Ben Norris motored to Lonstantinc, tor tne weec-ciid. Mrs. W. J. Piggott left Tuesday for Memphis. Tenn., to attend a Confer ence on Racial relations. The M E. church. South having appointed a committee to study the subject and project plans. Misses Evelyn and Pauline Wag .. 1 I goned visited their grandmother, Mrs Addie Bri.vi, in Louisville, last week Rictirir Tlrinnliiif T miicii1(p ntlfl lather Hol.eran confirmed I nineteen last Saturday. Miss Jacie Alexander spent the week-end with her parents, at Harned Paul Wilson, Moravia, .was in town Friday. Rev. W. L. Baker arrived Satur day to take charge of the pastorate of the M. E. church. Mrs. Baker and daughter, will arrive later. Judge S B. Payne and Mrs Payne of Hardinsburg. spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs, A. T. Drane. Mrs. J. T Johnson and daughter, Frances McGlothlan Johnson, Louis ville, visited Mr and Mrs. T. N. Mc Glotlilan, last week Miss Margaret Conniff went to Hardinsburg, Sunday evening to stay until Nov -Mid. assisting Mrs. Sallie M Beard in Campaign work. Mrs. Lucy Heron, Lexington, came home Sunday on a business trip Moorman Ditto, Hardinsburg, spent Sunday with Messes Rosa Lou and Medn Ditto, at the home of Mrs. Verda McGhee STEPHENSPORT Mrs. Sam H. Dix was in Clover port. Saturday Miss Lena Payne was in Cloverport, last Tuesday Mr and Mrs. R A. Smith were week-end guests of relatives at Gar field Rev. E S. Flynt, of Owensboro filled his regular appointment at the' Baptist church Sunday morning, and evening. Mr and Mrs. L. D. Fox and Mrs M A McCubbins were dinner guests of Miss Julia Ploch, Sunday Mrs. W. J. Scliopp, who visited relatives in Louisville, returned home Monday. Misses Bruce Temple and Bessie Watlington were week-end guests of Mr and Mrs L. J Perkins at their country home near Amnions. Rev Shelly Gentry, of Milnu'ne, 111., wis t'e guest list week of his brother, Rev C H. Gentry, and Mrs Gentry. Mrs A. V Whitworth. of Valley Station, is the guest of relatives here this week Win Gilbert, of Owensboro. spent ti-e ''"st part of tic week here with his family. Mrs Finnie Martin, of Louisville, is here at her country home, near town BEWLEYVILLE Mrs. Mitildi Shaw, of Mystic, is visiting relatives here Miss Mary Louise Harda way left Friday for Frankfort', where she will again resume her study of music and voice, Mr and Mrs C M. Compton and Mr. and Mrs, Justice Jordan spent Sunday at Kirk, with Mr and Mrs.. Shelton Board Mrs. Annie Foote, of Owensboro, II try Number 40 and get relief. With great pleasure I subacrlbo myself, Yours very truly, Isaac Ludwig, Deb nhos, Ohio, March 17, 1017." Num. Ijer 40 Is demanded in gouty condi tions, malnutrition, poisoning, auto intoxication, constipation, chronic rheu inatlsm and catarrh, liver, kidney and stomach trouble, nnd nil diseases aris ing from Impuro blood. Made by J. C. Mendcnhall, Evansville, Ind., 40 years a druggist. The best druggUt in your neighborhood sells Number 40, but If it happens that ho does not, send di rect to J. C. Mendenlmll Medicine Company, Evansville, Indiana, and re ceive it delivered to you at $1.25 per bottle, six bottles for $7.00. I has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. G, O. Blanford, and Mr, Blan- ford. Mr. and Mrs "Pete" Smith and son, Ncvin Smith, of Rock Haven, Mr. and Mrs, Z. T Stith and Miss Maggie B. Jolly, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Geo Com- pton. V. C. Jolly and Mrs. Bcttie Lee McCoy were in Hardinsburg, on busi- ncss, Friday. Misses Clara Footc, Laura Mcll Stith and Messrs. Ben Wilson and i-crcy rooic, spent vv.ccincsciay even- ing with Miss Mary Louise Harda- wav tm A...I fB T? T) tln.n..M.. , ""-"- l-' tne week-end at valley station, witu Mr and Mrs. Dalph Bunger. . v.-..r.. B1U af K1WU Miss Mavmc Morcman. of Crest View, Fla , left Thursday for Vine Grove, after a few days visit to Miss "Sue Board. Mr. and Mrs. James Norris and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Board were at B""(leb"l M" . u ?.. -'rKson speiu rr.iuay m Louisville. Mrs. James Norris was called to Garfield, to sec her nephew, Roy Lurry, who died of typhoid fever, Mr. and Mrs J L. Norris. Mrs Tom Durbin and Miss Bessie Richard son were at Brandenburg, Friday. Airs. Mrs. Sue Board aftnr havinir neni the summer with her sister, Mrs. Mar- garct Talbott. returned to Louisville, Thursday. Mrs. Marie Witt' and son. Jimmie. Louisville, were week-end guests of Mrs Adoff Kaelin. Mrs. I. L. Norris went to Lexincton. Saturday, to see her daughters, Miss- cs Elizabeth and Clare, who are there attending Sayrc College. Misses May Allgus and Nellie Mae Taccfield. Louisville, were week-end guests ot Miss Kuby Norris. flA'R'RTRT.T) Aar Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Snringate at- tended church at Custer, Sunday. ( spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Mr and Mrs. R. A Smith, of Steph- J. T. Jones, ensport, are visiting relatives here I Miss Effie Whitler returned recent Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Dowcll and ly from a visit to her aunts, at Clark children, Havron and Emma Lee, son and Leitchfield, and is in the post were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace office here again after an absence of Brown, at Woodrow, 'Sunday. four weeks. Rev, and Mrs. R. O. Penick and Mrs. J. T Jones entertained the ' ' ' ' ' ' " liliniJilJlLfilliUlUllfiil Our Stand rt children, of Hodgenville, were here Saturday the guests of her brother, Dr and Mrs E. C Harncd. Rev. Penick and family will visit hclatives in this county for a week before lcav- ing for Kansas, where Rev. Penick has accepted a call. Mr. and Mrs. Laslic motored to Sample, Sunday Mrs. Tom Gregory is visiting friends at Harned. Miss Nancy Board attended the funeral of her uncle, Mr Sam More- dock, who died at his home in Owens- uoro Mrs Ben Bruington and daughter, Margaret, are on the sick list It T 1 r .. ..... ll. ... lay ur v.u.npiuii w 111c Kuc of Mrs Will Stinnett, Monday , Miss Jennie Payne, Mr Cliff Payne 'and daughter, Anlia Ray, of Harned, .. c.....i... r tf ... .i i. i -" - - - Mi- ami Mm Will n.nvia ami rliiM. ren, of McQuady, we're guests of Mr. ' and Mrs Clint Davis. Sundav. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black, of Woodrow, were in town Monday . MOOK Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lucas ajid children, of Clarkson, Ky. and Miss Sophia Lucas, of Kmgswood. arc vis iting their mother, Mrs Martha E. Lucas and children. Miss Ida Carman visited her sister, Mrs. Oscar Nix, and family, last week. Evercttc. the little infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson, died last' Monday and was buried Tuesday i at Fairvicw cemetery. ' Mr. and Mrs Wright and daughter, Nina, Rena and Mabel, of Canncl- ' ton, Ind., arc visiting Mrs Ella Gra- ham and Mr and Mrs. John Priest and other relatives. i Mr. I P. Pile visited at Harned, last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. S. F Laslie visited at Bib Clifty and Lcitchfield, Friday and Saturday GLEN DEAN Miss Sadie Hall, of Hardinsburg, It may be because it is a Presidential year; but ' it seems to be the fashion to announce to the Public just what you stand for So rather than be left all alone, and apparently, not standing for anything, we wish to publish our Party Platform, which in reality -has nothing to do with politics but is the understanding upon which we do business. . Thd first plank is SERVICE which we believe must be Personal ; the second one, QUALITY which we endeavor to keep high; and the third one, CO-OPERATION forwhich we beg your help; while the fourth one is MODERATE PRICES which is really marvelous when you consider . the first two planks. We appeal to the Average Citizen to support our candidacy for. his trade. &P OWENSBORO, "WHERE COURTESY Women of the Baptist church on Sept aotli, and held special observance of week of prayer for state missions, Miss Ccllia Owen of Florida; Mrs. T. H. Moorman and Mrs. W. A. Moor- man, of South Dakota, were the guests of honor. J, B. Hoskins and family, visited in Fordsville, last Sunday. Mesdamcs E. L. Robertson and J. R. Wilson were in Louisville,, last week shopping. Mrs E. B. English and children, also her mother, Mrs. Dejarnette, spent Sunday afternoon here with Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Harper, and attend cd church Sunday evening, Mis3 Lena Smallwood visited in Seed Wheat We are offering Choiced Missouri Red Fultz Seed Wheat, screened and putin your bags F. O. B. Hardinsburg $3.25 per bushel cash with order, We bought this wheat direct from" Missouri farms and are offering it to the farmers of this territory at cost plus handling charges. Yours for better wheat crops HARDINSBURG MILL & ELEVATOR CO. HARDINSBURG, ' "" , .. . H ir ' ,, .."f w iy tk 'J S. W. Anderson Company INCORPORATED KENTUCKY S 9 REIGNS'' 8 Irvington. rccchtly. Mrs. Alvin Eskridge, who has 'been very ill is much improved. You Guard Against Burglars, What About Rats? But Rats steal millions of dollars' worth of grain, chickens, eggs, -etc Destroy property and arc a menace to health. If you are troubled with rats, try RAT-SNAP. It will surely kill them prevent odors. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Comes in cakes. Three sizes, 35c, 03c, $t 33. Sold and guar anteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Clov- erport, and is. is Heard & Co., mra- insburg, KENTUCKY ,s- Vi- I ;1 A - U flraiMjaiii Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE wrmiuwuuiniuiiumimim v-.t.