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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15, 1920
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ual views, per line . .
Forelrn Advrtiilni? Representative
Louisville Representatives
Mr. and Mrs. Logan Blake and son,
Tames, of Osleola, Ark., Mrs. Jake
Weatherholt, Mrs. John F. Bcavm,
Miss Lizzie Blake, of this city spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Weatherholt, of Cannclton,
Amiel T. Pate, of Dayton, 0 was
here Sunday and Monday on a busi
ness trip and was the guest of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Pate.
Miss Ruth Mattingly, of Huntings-
T 1 i al. .. . aJ Maia
DUrg, ina., spent inc ku m.i-j
with her aunt, Airs. Joe ueavm.
Mrs. Dave Swarens and daughters.
Misses Irene and Lena, spent the
week-end in Louisville.
Mr. W. McKinzie and Miss Golda
Claycomb, of Addison, were in CIov
erport, Sunday to attend church at
St. Rose.
Mr. John Morris Gregory will
leave this week for Paducah to spend
Via rhristmas holidavs with Ill's
E daughter, Mrs. Ben Miller, and Mr.
Miller and sons. Len aim uonaia
L .Gregory.
a c o o o
fjT Mrs. Ollie Clark will go to Louis-
lille, Thursday shopping.
o o o
Ttio T nrlip Upaflinc Chili will meet
W this week with Mrs. A. B. Skillman
and her daughter, Miss cuzanein
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I' luesaay wnn nis oroiner-m-iaw, ju.
D. Babbage.
Mr J. S. Settle, of Owensboro. was
the guest of Miss Frances Rhod
es, of Addison, Sunday and Monday.
o o o
Mrs. John Briggs and daughter,
Mary Biggs, have returned to Louis
ville. o o o
Miss Nellie Kinder, of Tobinsport,
Mises Tula May and Corine Quiggins
were guests Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ballman.
o o o
Capt. R. L. Holmes and Mrs. Hol
mes, of Camp T)ix, N. J., are motoring
through to Kentucky, where they will
spend part of the Christmas holidays
here with Mrs. Holmes' aunt, Mrs.
Ella B. Oglesby, and in North Caro
lina, with Capt. Holmes' mother
o o o
jsj Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolte were in
L,ouisvuie last iiiesuay.
o o o
Mrs. Harry G. Newsom and Mrs.
Ira D. Behen spent Friday in Louis
ville, shopping.
Mrs. John Burn and daughter. Miss
fv. Margaret Burn, were in Louisville,
Office Hours:
? U. Ul. to IV SI,
I y m, to 5 y. m.
The real, substantial citizen ddes not come from the
spendthrift class,
The chances are ninety-nine to one that(he started
with a' saving account. '
Each of us chooses the class to which he belongs.
In the interest of good citizenship, to the end that
your future may be happy and assured, we' urge that you
start an account now.
last week and visited Mrs. Bum's
daughter, Miss Jcanctte Burn
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Mr. Logan Blake and family arc
visiting his brothers, Robert Chester
and Frank Blake, of Hardinsburg.
and sister, Mrs Y. W Hook and fam
ily. o o o
Mrs. W, 11. Bowmer, who has been
visiting 'her daughter, Mrs. Chas. K.
Miliary, and Mr. Miliary, of Benton
Harbor, Mich , returned to Kentucky
last week and is the guest of her
daughter, Mrs Chas. V. Moorman,
and Mr, Moorman, at Ashland.
n o o
Miss Mary Douglas Iiunan, who,
has spcnt the fall season in Miss
Evelyn Hicks millinery shop, will
leave this week for her home in
n ii- o
Mr. Joe flcavin lias returned 'roin
a several week? visit in Oklahoma.
o O O
Misses Margaret and Edith Burn
will entertain the Wednesday Club
this week.
O n o
Mr. Willie Sipcs and family have
moved from Hamcd to Constantine
o o o
Mr. Jesse Owen, of Louisville, is
visiting his mother, Mrs. J. T. Owen.
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V. G. Babbage, office in Basement,
o o o
Frank Weatherholt. of Tchachapi.
Calif., is at home to spend the Christ
ma holidays with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Weatherholt, and also his
daughter, Mary William Weatherholt,
at the home of Mr and Mrs. Win.
Gibson, Prospect, Ky.
o o o
Mrs. Geo Weatherholt and daugh
ter. Miss Cleona Weatherholt, were
in Louisville. Wednesday to shop,
o o o
Mr. Forrest Drydcn Weatherholt.
of the University of Kentucky, Lex
ington, will arrive home Saturday
evening to spend the Christmas holi
days with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Marion Weatherholt.
o o o
Mr. R. M. Crenshaw returned Tues
day from a visit with his daughter.
Mrs. Thos. Ryan, and Mr. Ryan, of
o o o
Miss Helen Smith, of Tcrre Haute.
Ind., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Jesse Isom, and Mr. Isom.
o o o
Mrs Sam Allen, who was operated
on at Norton's Memorial Infirmary,
Louisville, returned home Saturday
accompanied by her sister, Mrs? Win
nie Isom Jennings.
o o o
Mr. J. E. Black went to Louisville,
Saturday and from there he will go
to Lakeland, to spend a few days with
his Son, Allen Black.
o o o
Mr. and Mrs . Arthur Daugherty
and children, Robert and Laura Mac
Daugherty. of Dayton, O , with Mrs.
Dattgberty's mother, Mrs. Viola Jack
son, are expected here -the last of 'the
week Mr. Daugherty has accepted a
position at Addison to work on the
Government Dam.
Mrs. Raymond May returned Sat
urday from a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Graham, in Louisville.
o o o
Miss Lelia Tucker was in Louisville.
Friday and Saturday visiting Mrs. W.
P. Graham.
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Miss Carrie Tucker has returned
home from a week's visit in Louisville
with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Head and
Mrs. Virginia Williams, who is spend
ing the winter with her daughter.
Mrs. Head.
o o o
Mr and Mrs. Stanley Jones and
little daughter, Helen, are on a ten
days visit with Mr. Jones' parents.
AIw.ivh in iifttcb durltu
i Rice hours
Irvlngton, Kj.
Of Personal ' Interest
Dance Given Friday
Eve at The Elite.
Several of the young men of Gov
crport gave a dance Friday evening
in the dance room of The Elite res
taurant. Music was furnishe'd by four
piece ochestra from Owensboro.
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Farewell Party For
Mr. and Mrs. J. Byrne Severs.
On Thursday evening, members of
the Wednesday Club gave a party in
honor of Mrs. J Byrne Severs, a
club member, and Mf. Severs, who ate
leaving this week for their new abode
in Owensboro. The party was given
in the hospitable home of Mr and
Mrs. Frank' C. English. A delicious
salad course was served to the guests
including! Mr. and Mrs English, Mr.
and Mrs Severs, Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Wedding, Mr. and Mrs Carl Brit
tian, Mr. and Mrs. Hoviotts Behen,
Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Conrad, Mr. and
Mrs. D. II. Phelps. Misses Margaret
and Edith Burn, 'Rav Lewis Heyser
Mildred D. Babbage, 'Mary McGavock
and Miss Adele Frymirc. Messrs. M.
M. Denton, Lafe Behen and Andrew
J. Ashby.
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Jones, of Fords
ville. o o a
Mrs. II. C. Pate, who visited in
Smith's Grove, last week, was accom-
t panied home by, her daughter, Mrs.
ij. K. .lctoy, anil grand-daughter,
Lou Watson McCoy, who will spend
the Christmas holiday's here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Byrne Severs and
son Hugh Barret, left Tuesday for
j Owensboro to reside.
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Mr. and Mrs. Win. Frvmire. of
Chenatilt, who purchased the Severs
property, will arrive Wednesday to
settle in their new home
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We do not wish our Christmas
spoiled again by persons taking
"Christmas trees" from our place.
Tiis is to notify such persons that any
one cutting or carrying away same or
otherwise trespassing will be dealt
with according to law. Edward
Bownc, Cloverport, Ky.
! Mz-kTTr'T? P-TircM wr t?v
All members of the American Le
gion as" well as all former soldiers,
sailors and Marines are called to meet
in Hardinsburg, at 1 P. M. Saturday,
December 18. 19:20. Brirnr vniir dis-
' charge and we will make out your
application tor Victory Medal.
There will be speakers present to
advise you about any matter in regard
to your service in the army. Also
officers will be elected for the 10':i
and other business transacted.
Come and bring some one with you
Moorman Ditto,
Commander Post No. 1,
Hardinsburg, Ky. '
Bewleyville, Dec. IX (Special)
Announcements have reached here of
the marriaRc of Walter C. Barnes and
! Miss Mary Kirkpatrick, of Greenville,
Ky. Air. Harnes is the nephew of Z
T. Stith, of Bewleyville, and has often
spent his vacations here with rela
Lodiburg, Dec. 13 (Special) The
supper party given by Mr. and Mrs.
Grayson Payne last Saturday night
was a very delightful afiiair. After
supper, both the old and young peo
ple enjoyed the music and games pro
vided by the generous host and hos
tess. There were one hundred and
eight guests for supper.
Brandenburg. De.c. H. (Special)
The body of Harry R Smith reached
here Dec. 10, and was interred in the
Buck Grove cemetery. Mr. Smith
lived near Sellersburg, Ind., and fig
ured in an automobile accident near
that place on Sept. 17, when he sus
tained injuries which finally caused
his death. Mr. Smith was well known
in Meade county where he was highly
esteemed. His widow is the daughter
of Wm Coleman, proprietor of the
electric light plant here. She with
seven small children survive him.
Miss Eloise W. Nolte. daughter o'f
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolte, who is
teaching piano music in the public
school at Erin, -Tenn., held her first
class recital recently. The subjoined
is an account of the recital clipped
from the Houston County News,
Erin, Tenn.
"The piano recital given last Friday
night in the school auditorium by
Mis Eloise W Nolte's music class
was an event of much merit and was
largely attended and appreciated. The
young folks did themselves proud,
proving their progress, talent, and
the able and conscientious work of
their teacher."
The, Cloverport Loose Leaf Ware
house announces its opening sale 'or
January 4, 1,021. Tobacco will be re
ceived on the floor beginning Thurs
day December 30, from then on,
J. W. Boyle, Manager,
Cloverport Loose Leaf House.
Will cry all sales at a reason
able PeeWrite or phone me at
Hardinsburg, Ky.
NOTE Please notify the editor nv.i you
desire advertisementt discontinued.
FOK SALE firm gallons sorghum In bucktU
and liarrrli, first class sorghum, Louis
Kahlie, Hardlnsliurg, Hnute 2. Trice SI (10
per gallon, riw .N 21
FOR SALti- Farm consisting of 0 acres,
8 acrca of which is overflow land lias
four room cottage and nice cellar;
two cistern; one meat house; one
chicken house; feed barn and crih com
binedt log house amf crib combined; some
good fencing; about 23 young fruit trees!
some grapes; t-4 mile from church and
school. Write G. T. Oldham, Stcphensport,
FOR SALE Old newspapers, Be a bunch,
llreckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky.
FOR SAI.K Illank Deeds and Mortgages,
The Dreckrnridge News, Cloverport, Ky,
FOR SALE Remington typewriter No. (1,
Remodeled. Rood as new. Further Inform
ation call or write The llreckenridge News,
Cloverport, Ky
FOR RENT Farm at Free. Ky. Write Mrs
Lucy Taul, V.(fl Heltilien Ate., Kvaimille,
I ml.
FOR RENT Electric Vacuum cleaners.
Write E. Hunter & Co., Owensboro, Ky.
ducts sell to every farmer. If 'ou o vn auto
or team can rinc bond, write today for in
formation where ou can g;l territory for
selling products of largMt Institution of
kind in world. Twenty million users J It.
W ATKINS CO., Dept. Ill, Winona, Minn.
WANTED To buy a good traction engine
10 to 20 horse power. Must be in good
condition and price cheap. S. W. Davis,
Mystic, Ky.
WANTED At once. Timber cutters and tie
makers. Good prices. Write or call J. M.
Rhodes, Webster, Ky.
Formerly Lived in Glen Dean
And Father of Dean Corn
well Famous Artist.
Mr. C. L. Cornwcll, who formerly
lived in Glen Dean and was tlic engi
neer in charge of the construction of
the Fordsville Branch line of the L.
H. & St. L., died in the City Hospi
tal o' Louisville on Thursday. His
death was due to injuries when he was
hit by a Fourth Street car on the
evening previous to his death
Mr. Cornwell, while constructing
the branch road, was married to Miss
Matgaret Dean, daughter of the late
Johnson Dean, and a sister of Miss
Amanda Dean and Mr. Charlie Dean,
of Glen Dean, one of the most prom
inent families of Breckinridge count).
They have two children, a son.
Dean Cornwell, of N'ew York, one of
the country's leading artists, who
illustrates stories and who draws
covers for the largest magazines.
Their daughter. Miss Mary Cornwell.
is also a very talented artist and mag
azine illustrator
Mr. Cornwell had suffered mental
afflictions which unfitted him for
work. He had been separated from his
family for some time but they looked
after him. Mr. Cornwell built the
Breckinridge-Street and Kentucky
Street viaducts over the L. & .X R.
R. tracks. He did a great deal of work
for the Santa Fe railroad in Okla
homa and Texas, and was a specialist
in the use of designing of pneumatic
His remains were buried in Louis
ville. His widow, son and daughter
All persons having claims against
the estate of the late Martha J. Elder
are notified to present them to he
undersigned' Administrator, .it the
Breckcnridge-Bauk of Cloverport.
Cloverport, Kentucky, duly proven a;
required by law, on or before Janu
ary 1st, lU-il.
Paul Lewis. Adininistratoi of the
estate of Mrs. Martha J. Elder.
Claude Mercer, Attorney.
"Mrs. Keach Tells How She Got to
Know Rat-Snap."
"Have always feared rats. "Lately
noticed many on my farm. A neigh
bor said he just got rid of droves with
RAT-SNAP. This started me think
ing. Tried RAT-SNAP myself. It
killed 17 and 'scared the rest away."
RAT-SNAP comes in three sizes, :i.c.
03c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by
Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, and
B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg,
Ky. & Ind. Only. Logs or Cord.
Advise Quantity. Loading Point
and when can ship. Pay cash.
Bush Brothers & Co.
Columbia Bldg., Louisville, Ky.
Dr. O. E. HART
Will be in
on the
Yes! Yes!! Children
Will Be Found Now At
Nolles As Usual.
They Have Christmas Glore
All Over The Store
Bernard Lewis, an ex-soldier, has
opened a shoe repairing shop in the
same room with John Hall's cleaning
and pressing establishment on the
corner of Main and Wall streets.!
Lewis, who has been following the
shoe cobbler's trade for thr.ee years
and more in different cities over the
country, is equipping his shop with
modem machinery and will have shoe
shiners' chairs for ladies and gentle
men. Lewis is the son of Mr. Henry j
Lewis of this city, and he served over
seas in the world war '
Mr. Ed Whitehead, who was oper
ated on at the city hospital in Owens
boro, three weeks ago, was brought
home Sunday afternoon. Mr. White
head suffered a slight relapse last
week, but he has shown improvement
since then.
On and after January 1st, 1921, Our Terms
Will Be Alike to One and All
This method was not prompted until after due eon
.sidcration, beleiving by adopting such would reduce our
overhead expenses of book-keeping, collections etc., to a
minimum and thereby enable us to sell at a closer margin
of profit, which means a saving to our many customers.
As in the past, our aim will be to keep the best for
the least possible price, and a complete stock in our line
our trade demands.
To those knowing themselves indebeted to us, will
kindly ask they settle by payment in cash or bankable note
on or before the date mentioned.
Thanking all who have given us a share of their
patronage in the past which we hope to share liberally in
the future, and with best wishes to all for a Merry Xmas
and a Happy New Year.
Very respectfully yours.
Reduced Prices on
High Grade Merchandise
We have not gone to market and bought cheap
merchandise but have reduced prices on all our best
grades of dry goods and Ready-to-Wears.
Opff Per yard for splendid
Mtli quality percale shirtings
in many patterns.
QA per yard for any of our
35c and 37 l-2c dark per-
Men's knitted ties of
many combined colors.
d0 AA Ladies silk hose in all
tD&,JJ colors regular $2.50
A full line of Xmas Goods and Toys. Watch 'or our large.
Xmas "ad" next week. Our grocery department is complete with
a full line of Xmas candies, dates, figs, nuts, coconuts, grapes,
apples, oranges, bananas and grape fruit
The monthly union service of the
Methodists and Presbyterians will be
held Sunday evening. Dec. 19 in the
Presbyterian church and Rev. J. R.
Randolph will preach
Julius Harrell, son of Mrs. A. M.
Harrell, who joined the army at the
Louisville recruiting station on Nov.
li'J, has been sent to Camp Travis,
Tex. Harrell was an overseas veteran
of the late war and since his return
home he was employed at the L. H.
& St. L R. R. shops.
The Golden Rule Store and J. C.
Nolte & Bros, store have been dec
orated for the Christmas holidays.
These stores with Wedding's Drug
Store, T. A. Carter's confectionery
and R. L. Oelze's Drug Store are of
fering attractive holiday displays this
(T- AA Men's silk ties of best
D !"" quality silks, regular
$1.50 values.
A A, Per yard for any of our
t"l 50c and 55c ginghams.
(P" AA Buys a good pair of
DJ-W leather work gloves.
(PI f?A For any of our $2.50
Di.ll Men's hats. They are
good quality and styles, and are
all samples.

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