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Image 1 of The Breckenridge news, April 6, 1910

Part of The Breckenridge news

O THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS PRINTCo h KENTUCKYt Coal WEDNESDAY e n 0 APRIL 6 1910 8 Pates N > 39 Dont Forget To Plant a Tree Friday e- tt WELL KNOWN RESI- t HOT WATER RELIEF FINDS DENT SUMMONED i Alonzo Fallon Dies After a Long In IllnessFuneral Conducted l DeathWas A Blind Two Years little erLeaves From 4Jra other article of human food has ever received such em phatic commendation for purity usefulness and whole someness from the most eminent authorities Parents Home Wife And f rYr No Horrible Accident at His Great But Patient Suffer From His Home on Second Street Willie Combs Dies J1 tf I Ydlf rr Used the World over FALLS INTO WILLIAMS MR Willie Combs the fouryearold child of Mr and Mrs Wm Combs fell in a kettle of hot water last Wednesday WAS NEARLY SIXTYE1GHT FUNERAL HELD MONDAY morning while playing in the kitchen nd at their home in the West End The Saturday afternoon at 5 oclock Rousseau Williams died Sunday morn child was so badly scalded that he died rn Alonzo Fallon died af his home in this in this city after be Friday morning He was a sweet lit- city Mr Fallons death was expected ing at 330 oclock over two years Mr tle child and his death was quite sad he was perfectly resigned to die lag an invalid for Williams was blind and his death was a to his parents and sister Cammle i He had been ill nearly a year but was He was a most CombsThe to him ow room just six weeks great relief confined to his and bore every pain interment took place at Skill His preparation for death was so sin patient sufferer man without complaint t and earnest and when the end Mr Williams was born in Grayson san came it was peaceful and comforting Two Skiffs Stolen county near Leitchfield October 2 i io him 1862 and has spent the late years of Fi Mr Fa Ion was born in Hodgenvjllo Jack Allen of Toblnsport had two May 21 1890 he ln May 1842 and when a little boy his his life in Cloverport skiffs stolen last week and as yet has B parents moved to Iowa After their married Miss Virginia Mrs Claycomb no clew of the thief Burt Dan who with one daughter o death he returned to Kentucky and Besides the wife and iels survive came here from Princeton twenty is by two sisters ANTISALOON LEAGUE CUPID AFRAID ago He was a painter by trade daughter he survived Mrs Nettie Lockhart and Mrs Martin and worked at that successfully until A Laslie and one brother Mr Douglas his health failed him Lecturer Was Here SundayElder Says Father Brey of St Rose In 1870 Mr Fallen married Mrs WilliamsThe Jr it was held Monday after Harriett Pemberton the widow of noon from the Methodist church con Catholic ChurchNo Wed T S Buckinham SuperinChas Pemberton She and a family of nai ding Bells Since Lent grown children who are splendid young ducted by Rev Dillion The interment tendent Doing Much Bi place in the Cloverport cemetery people survive They are ave sons took tor Mr Williams was a kind unselfish Good Messrs Charles Otto Justine Joe and ma Father Celestine Brey said Mbnday man and everyone thought most highly Rollio Fallen and one daughter Miss ma that Cupid was a little coward this He was a member of the of him do Ola Ballon Elder T S Buckingham superinten spring and was afraid to do any se Methodist church 1e u The funeral was held from the home were The Julian dent of Lexington District of the Anti rious work on account of the high prices Sunday afternoon conducted by Rev Brown pallbearers A R Fisher Frank Payne J Saloon league of Kentucky was here of living Not since lent has a mar Mr Dillon pastor of the Methodist C Nolle J F Sawyer M Weather Sunday and delivered two good lectures rlageannouncement been published in visitor at a on temperance at the Methodist and the at Rose Catholic church and this sailchurch who wasMr frequent during his holt Baptist churches He was given a is unusual for springtime when young Fallon bedside of hearty welcome in Cloverport and bur The Methodist church late illness aroused a great deal of interest in the peoples fancy turns to thoughts of charge of the music and 3nidchoir had BAPTIST PREACHER work here love Father Brey seems to be appre among the songs was his favorite hensive of the bankrupt law and his By and By young people must come to his rescue Will Speak To Farmers t Many lovely floral designs were sent Will Move Here Next Week by neighbors and friends and the inter New Tobacco Factory Preaching Sunday Night William Jennings Bryan will be one vent took place in the Cl verport hA MW of the s atOlvensboro tthcroatlonal conven 4 dicemetery Congregation Rejoiced tion of farmers to be held in St Louis goat A deal is being negotiated between Messrs The pallbearers were May 3 to 7 A new political party may t la be launched during the convention ac JA Brown claiming to be a repre- Wick Moorman Chas Hook Thos The Rev Frank Farmer of Owens cording to President Gompers of the sentative of independent capitalists of dr Tousey Joe Fitch J C Nolte and New York and M A Nelson a toba co boro has been called to take charge of American Federation of Labor Mr Ridge man of Owensboro Ky by which an the Baptist pastorate in this city The Independent tobacco manufacturing members are glad indeed to have a plant will be established here The Let Well Enough Alone minister again as they have been tobacco plant of Mr Nelson valued at Furniture Gets A Ride without one since Rev Lewis depar 10000 is by the deal to be traded for Preaching Sunday night Fortyone indictments returned 10000 worth of new stock in the con Last week was moving time on the ture family will move in the par The cern Farmers Journal Ig W bill Ben Miller moved to the Sippel sonage next week L property Frank Storms to the housgraft to prominent statesmen in the Card of Thanks elegrav8clted by Miller Isadore Popham New York legislature revolt in the Rev Mr Lewis Better lis dmoved into his house on Fifth street We wish to thank our friends and house of representatives against the strongest personality in the republican edoccupied py Philip Kramer and Mr The Rev James T Lewis who has party Surely there Is widespread dis neighbors for the great kindness and glad Kramer moved to the Jeff Miller house- been very ill for several weeks Fords position on the part of some people sympathy shown us during our late be s On the same street Eli Taul moved in- vlllo is improving which is good news heretofore patient to a fault not to let reavementMrs to his many friends in Cloverport A Fallon and Children The Commoner well enough alone to Gillilands house One Daughter tvand acare BAKIN6 highest award when POWDER has always the ftJvW Royal I ryears t received exhibited or tested in competitionISM MARRY THURSDAY RESIGNS Mrs Jesse Keys and Mr politiciansin = Graves Has Resigned the Irvington and Clover Gabbert United in Marriage Wedding at Patesville port Churches Mrs Emma Keys was quietly mar ried to Mr Elmer Gabbert Thursday afternoon by the Rev Mr Powers at his home m Patesville Mrs Keys was the wife of Jess Keys who was killed last spring MrGabbert had boarded with her for several months Their marriage was not a surprise to their close friends The Rev E W Graves has accepted the Presbyterian church at Auburn Ky and will move there some time In the near future He has been with the Irvington con gregation seven years and the Clover port Lucile Memorial four years and a halfDuring his pastorate Rev Graves has accomplished much At Irvington a parsonage has been built and a new lighting system and primary Sunday school room have been added At Cloverport GOO has been raised in pay Ing for and completing the building Rev Graves is greatly liked by his people here and so is Mrs Graves who is a very delightful woman April Showers NewSeet omt Elmer Rev E W The showers of rain that fell Sunday and Monday were most welcome after thirtyone dry and perfect days In March The streets were as dusty as MayorBarry Many people send out a water wagon complained that the ground was too dry for seed planting but one woman said if you do your part the Lord will do Have New Phaeton Mr and Mrs Louis Henkle have re cently gotten a handsome new phae patchin ton the rain Tennis Court Fine The court for the Tennis Club has just been finished on First and High streets in the East End The members of the club are Misses Burnt Misses Willis Misses Plank Mrs Phelps Miss Severs and Miss Anne Jarboe Fisher Homestead Repaired The Fisher Homestead paired and newly papered for Mr Frank Carter who i Louisville girl this month will be exceedingly pretty pleted i I is being re and painted will marry a The place when com is It is Now Time to Think About Your Spring Suit I I want to buy uptodate clothes see Alexander about it I handle the Celebrated Kirsch you cotton shoddy in all prices IF baum Clothes Every suit for wool noclothes orCome early theseget and at things that have suits I inferior will have to pay elsewhere and the good the most complete and uptodate line of goods of all kinds ever brought to Irvington and an in spection of my stock and prices will convince you of the fact Dont delay but come early and get the first choice you Ladies Ready to Wear Hats Dress Goods- Shoes have a complete line of White Biggest line of low cuts and Goods Wash Goods Suitings and woolen Goods of all kinds Dont forget them rfs I can save oxfords in Irvington and all the now ready for inspection you money on them prices from new things at the lowest pricI Laces andEmbroideries 100 to 500 Readymade Shirt Waists also a big line of Muslin Underwear Ladies Readymade Skirts Wash Suits A r t complete line and all colors esPhonographs Carpets Matting Am agent for Edison phono graphs and records if you con Ingrain Carpets from 25c to the tenplate buying one would bei best flatting from lOc to 25c a glad to have you call and see RugsI < yard my line IIED ALEXANDER Irvingt n Ky 1 0f1 u l IIISa IC i ft r 4 w

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