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WEDNESDAY, A K MARCH 12, 1919, Pages No. 87 FARMERS WILL MEET IN CTORT Mar. 22. Illustrated Talks By County Agents of Breckinridge And Hancock. AMELIA ADKISSON. I i UWV 'ff AICDDADT TA II ?JVj n LWOL jLtJ f I AM Ull 1 111 I Passes Away At SB Years. The Mother Of Mrs. J. D. Seaton Of This Place. Hardinsburg, Ky., Mar. 7. (Special) After eight years of patient suffering, Mrs. lJ RETURNS TO CAMP Corp. Murriel Morrison Spends Ten Days Furlough At Home Wears RELEASED FROM A LONG ILLNESS Mrs. LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Arrangements Completed Last thev will be alad to patronize the Cloverport point. Being on a direct Week Paul Lewis Is One Of line to Louisville it is hoped to have a number of buyers from that city The Interested Parties. Three Wound Stripes. Corp Mrrifl Morrison has return- - Amelia Adkisson, one of the oldest and most respected citiand with the local buyers Cloverport zens of Breckinridge county died at A meeting of much interest and Mr. Walter Atherton of Livermore, has the promise of being one of the her home Wednesday, Feb. 26. She largest markets in the Green River importance to Jhe farmers of this was 85 years, 3 months and 18 days Ky., was at Cloverport Friday comdistrict outside of Owensboro. Yicfnity will he held ai the Bushman of age. pleting arrangements for the erection Mr, B. H. Sanders of North CarThroughout her long suffering no of a loose leaf tobacco warehouse. olina, one of the best auctioneers of Theatre in this city, Saturday afternoon, March 22nd. at 2 p. m. An one ever heard her murmur a word The interested parties are Paul Lewis the state has been selling for Boyle complaint. She bore her infirmities of Cloverport, J. Walter Boyle of and Atherton at Livermore for the effort will be made to interest the of patiently to the last. She was a very Owensboro, Ky., and Walter Ather- past two years and it is the intention farmers in methods of soil improve- faithful Christian, having been a to secure his services for the coming ton of Livermore, Ky. ment, ways to purchase fertilizer member of New Bethel Baptist The large lot just below the Clover season at Cloverport. demonstrations, more and better live church since its organization. When stock, Club Work among the boys ever there was church she never fail- - port Ice Plant has been secured on $5,000 SUBSCRIBED. which the building with a capacity of rwl and Mtlirr thinpt n f interest ed to attend if she possibly could. loyer 2o0 0(K) ponnos noor space wi and value to the man on the farm. She was married June 8th, 1858 to For Loose Leaf Warehouse In It is also hoped that the meeting will Richard Adk.sson, Sr. ihe was The locatjon of the lot permits of Will Be Ready Hawesville. lead to a Farmers Organization be- - Amelia Miller before her marriage. ,he instaation of a 8witch for the For Fall Opening. inor npnprffn in mis vicintiv in oruer . . in crratpt inv . was .. attending direct. tloaning 01 tooacco mio cars lor it Hr " ... . . Ltl mm- mav ' . .rational - mrrtin " ', ' church and. entertaining tne ministers Owensboro and Louisville. The floor Hawesville, Ky.. March 5. At a of the gospel in her home. Her life is to be of concrete with a wagonway a I t meeting of the business men of evrionen amoiik? rne r farmers. was one of purity, simplicity, Con- the entire length of the building for Hawesville tonight $:,000 was subCounty Agent Winton of Hancock holy devotion to her unloading tobacco. Loading out doors tentment and scribed toward the erection of a "church, her home, her family and her will be on the opposite side. yI loose leaf tobacco sales floor in tH V III II CLR- Til lit many kind friends. This house will be equipped with Hawesville. There will be a meeting 41 n.l ,rit I. .illlllr It'll F1 11 n Nni She is survived by seven children, tility and Live Stock using more than four boys and three girls, Mrs. J. S. the roller basket system. More tobac- of the stockholders on March 11, and pictures f illustrate. Dejarnette, Denton, Mo.; Mr. Clin- co can be handled with this system directors will be elected. Hancock screen lOo than with the old style baskets as the courrty is having loose leaf sales for These pictures have attracted wide ton Adkisson, S. T. Dejarnette, baskets can be blocked together when the first time this season. The sales Attention wherever shown and illus- Mr. Richard Adkisson, Jr., Hardins- loading the floor and opened out durare being conducted in a factory, trated clearly many points having to burg, Ky.; Mrs. J. D. Seaton, Mr. ing the sale. They also save fully one-thir- d which is not well suited for the purdo with better methods in farming. fhr1 Arlkisson. Clovernort. Kv ' the labor when running the pose. The company to be organized It is hoped that every farmer in this W;n;,m AHHSnn HarHinshnra floor. will build a first class warehouse and vicinity will attend this meeting, Ky;five grandchildren in Kentucky, Mr Boy!'; of Owensboro will have be ready for the opening of the seawhich will be free, and bring his and nine in Missouri, and fourteen the direct supervision of the floor. He son next fall. .neighbors. in Missouri has been associated with the LiverFuneral services were conducted at more House and has three years exFour Months Old Son. the home by Rev. J. Duggins, her perience in the loose leaf business. former Pastor. The remains were laid Mr. Atherton will continue to be in Of Mr. And Mm. ClvH Hall TtirA to rest in the Miller cemetery. charge of the Livermore house. Monday Morning. Sick Only The Livermore House was built by Birth Announcement. A Day And Night. Boyle' and Atherton three years ago Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Berry, Jr., are and has had a sucessful business from Mrs. Emma Claycomb of WebRobert Clyde Hall, Jr., the four start, selling something like one receiving congratulations on the ar-- 1 the ster. Lived a Triumphant Life months old son, and only child of rival of a fine boy, Samuel Leroy third more tobacco this year than Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall, died Mon- Berry, season. The buyers gave To The Very Last. on March 5, and weighed day morning at 10 o'clock after a eleven pounds. their proi e to support that market very short illness. The child was takbefore the U use was built and this Webster, Ky.. Mar. 10, 1919. (Specen ill on Sunday morning and tho a they have not done, thus the tobac- - ial) Mrs. Marv Emma Claycomb. Operated On For Fistula slitrht chance for the hptter ramr that co growers ot McLean county have wife of Chares H. Claycomb of d afternoon, it was followed by a reMr. Hayden N. Pate of HardinsOwensboro prices at home. Ister Ky died March 8tj,, i9iy. lapse Monday. burg, was taken to Louisville last saving the long haul and expensive, Mrs claycomb was a woman who The funeral services was held Tues week and underwent an operation trip to Uwensboro. possessed the very finest traits of 1 he promoters ot tne loose leai to- , at 2:30 from the resi- - for fistula. In the operation the sur- of childhood and joined cence ana tne Duriai took place in geon tounci a tootn picK ana it is bacco' warehouse at Cloverport pract- character. She was converted in the the Cloverport cemetery. Rev R. O.I supposed Mr. Pate swallowed it two ically have the assurance of all the the Methodist church at Webster 'years ago. Rickard conducted the services. large companies of Owensboro that where she has lived a beautiful and true Christian life to the very end of her earthly pilgrimage. Though hand- most of her life by a frail body, she neverless, had a great soul, She bore her sufferings bravely and met the world with a smiling face, Her deep devotion to her family her loyaltv to her church and her ardent love for the Master were qualites that every one saw appreciated in her ut d to' Camp Taylor after spending a ten davs furlough with his Darents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morison. Corp. Morrison has only been in the States a few weeks having arrived with the casuals from France just a short time ago and was sent to the Base Hospital in Camp Taylor. Corp. Morrison wears three wound stripes on his left sleeve, and he can tell you all the horors of being shell schocked, and how it feels to be right in the thick of the fight because he has been there in reality. He was one of the first Cloverport boys to enlist in the World War. and he was given a most enthusiastic welcome home by his many friends who entertained him Israel Holder Dies Of Complications. Buried Beside Her Daughter. ' ' . j I I I - M M. A NOBLE WOMAN PASSES BEYOND s , Web-receive- i Unusual Administrator's Sale! Wednesday, March 26, life. i McDaniels, Breckinridge County, Kentucky 1919 9 o'clock a. Xot often do you find such a resolute will, strong faith and gentle spirit in so fragile tenement of clay. These jwere the qualities of soul which kept her going about her duties, both in the home and in the church, when others as frail as she would have given up. She was universally respected and loved. It is not surprising that she died so triumphant a death; she ' m. MOVEMENT ON FOOT TO CONSTRUCT As Administrator of the estate of Dr. J. H. Hart, deceased, on the above date at McDaniels, Breckinridge County, Kentucky, I will sell at METAL ROAD TO LOUISVILLE The road builders school, held in Lexington last week, and attended by road engineers, county judges and members of fiscal courts from all over the state, was one of the most successful ever held in the state. Those who attended from Owensboro were County Judge C. W. Wells, County Engineer J. W. Spurrier, Assistant Engineer H. W. Taylor and Commonissioners W. N. Horn and W. G. Riney and A. W. Holder of Whitesville. Hugh Crozer, divisional headquarters at with engineer, Owensboro, also attended the meeting. County Engineer Spurrier and Mr Crozer discussed gravel roads at the meeting, and much interet was manifested by those in attendance in this subject, air. Tayler read a paper road bookkeeping. Plan Highway To Louisville. One of the results of the meeting was the movement inaugurated to construct a metal road from Henderson county to Louisville. Within the next two weeks rcpresenatives from Henderson, Daviess, Hancock, Breckinridge, Meade and Hardin counties will hold a meeting to discuss a route for the highway. Daviess county has a metal road from the Henderson to the Hancock county line. Mr. Spur public auction all the personal property belonging to the estate of the deceased, except articles set apart to the widow. The estate consists of all kinds of live stock of various ages ; all kinds of farming implements, machinery and tools including blacksmiths tools; one corn shredder and engine ; all kinds of lumber, one barn pattern ; several hundred bushel of corn ; many tons of hay ; many and all kinds of articles, and of the kind every farmer should have in order to successfully operate a farming business. Also 'about 400 pounds of gensang, a lot of gensang seed ; and in fact too many and numerous things to mention. It is the accumaula-tio- n of a life time, and of a business man and farmer, and of the appraised value of approximately $15,000. Terms of Sale: The terms of this sale will be on a credit of three months for all amounts over $10 with the privelege of the purchaser paying cash. Amounts under $10 cash in hand paid. All notes executed at this sale must be good bankable notes or in other words, the security must be good. This sale will continue from March 26 until finished, in the event the weather should prevent begining on said date. J. E. HART, Administrator DAN E. BAIRD & SON, Auctioneers After many months of illness caused from complications, Mrs. Joseph- jne late Holder, wife of Mr. Israel Holder passed into eternal sleep on Thursday morning at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Holder's condition had been critical for several days and the end was momentarily expected, On Friday afternoon at 2:30 o clock ,he funeral was held from the resi" dence in the West End, the service j being held by Rev. A. N. Couch, Afterwards the remains were laid to extensively rest in the Cloverport cemetery beCorp. Morrison expects to be re- side those of her only daughter, Mrs. leased from service as soon as he is Hazel H. Mattingly whose death ocphysically fit for work curred about five years ago. Mrs. Holder was born and reared had lived a triumphant life. She was ii Cloverport and lived to be sixty-nin- e conscious almost to the last moment years old. She would have been and spoke words of affection and married thirty-nin- e years on the 29, counsel to her dear ones. day of March. She joined the Baptist Just before passing away the veil church here ten years ago, and was that hides, from us the mysterious faithful to its cause both materially beyond was drawn aside and she said and belie vingly. Mrs. Holder was a that she saw the light on the other great lover of home, and spent practshore. Ah, it was that light ne'er seen ically her life in devotion to her huson land or sea; yea it was the light band and those about her; she was a of the glory of God. She is gone to good neighbor. The deceased leaves dwell in that light and "there shall her husband and many relatives. be no darkness there, and there God, Himself shall wipe all tears from our eyes. The bereaved family who are left to mourn her departure are a true and devoted husband, Charles H. To Be Observed April 27 To Continent-Wid- e Claycomb, two precious children, 4. May Percival and Laura, a brother, James Campaign International S. Kurtz, two sisters, Mrs. J. C. Crutcher S. Association. and Mrs. Tom Lyddan. Besides these there is a host of friends whose hearts are sad because of her passing. April 27 to May 4, 1919 will be The funeral services were conduct- Children's Week. This will be a Continr, ent-Wide ed by her pastor, Rev. R. L. Campaign to emphasize by her former pastor, the religious education of children. assisted L. K. May. Her body was laid to The recent world war has attracted rest in the beautiful Cedar Hill cem- the attention of all patriotic men and etery at Irvington. "She is not dead women to the enormous value of but sleepeth" childhood and the urgent need of conserving the young life of a nation if MISS BELLE McGARY WEDS. that nation is to live. But, strong, clean bodies and well trained minds Announcements have been received alone can never make democracy safe n Hardinsburg of the marriage of for the warld. Something else is needMiss Belle McGary and Mr. E. ed and that is trained consciences nord of San Pedro, Cal., where the and wills, consciences which know wedding took place on February 20. right from wrong as defined by the The bride is a former Hardinsburg Christ, and wills which can force selwoman having been employed in the fish mortals to obey their consciences, Cumberland Telephone oflfice there to deny themselves and follow the and also in Cloverport. She has a great Master in service to others. wide circle of friends over the county. At least thirteen million of the The groom has a position with the twenty-fiv- e millions of children under Corn Automobile Company. They will twelve years of age are receiving no make their home in San Pedro. religious education whatever. In May 1917, under the direction of the InterCARD OF THANKS national Sunday School Association, a Cantnent Wide Cradle Roll Week We wish to thank the people of was observed for the purpose of emFordsville, for their kindness shown phasizing the Christian nature of toward Mr. and Mrs. Debrula during babies. This led to thousands of babthe illness and death of their little ies being enrolled as Cradle Roll daughter. members of the Sunday Sshools of H. M. Tate, Vanzant, K. the United States, and thousands of mothers and fathers became interested in the church life. This led to the observance of Children's Week in 1918. The success of the study of childhood during that week and the bringing of parents with teachers in Schools Sunday and public way the rier is in favor of a route by the schools brought whole communities of Fordsville, then through Breckinto thinking of the spiritual need of ridge and Meade counties to West their children. In 1919 an interesting Point where a junction could be made program for the week has been prewith the Dixie highway into Louispared and can be secured from the ville. Kentucky Sunday School AssociaProspects Are Fine. tion. Mr Spurrier says that the prospects are better for good roads in the state RESOLUTIONS than ever before and that the delegates were enthusiastic over the plans The following resolutions were for the coming year. He says the govby the members of the Cloverernment appropriations will be much ia more this year than before and will port Methodist Sunday-schoo- l enable the road workers to carry out memory of one of its members, the late William Hayes Bowmer. their plans for improving the roads. Be it resolved: That Mr. W. H. At the close of the meeting resolutions were passed asking the next Bowmer, for many years a member was legislature to enact laws to provide of the Methodist Sunday-schoofor the establishment and financing always on time and interested in of a state road system of through everything that promoted the cause highways built and maintained en- of Christ. That he has left a good example, tirely by the state and federal government. It is also urged that such a rich in usefulness and honor, and system be provided at once, and that worthy of imitation. That we appreciate his long and it be financed by a state levy of SO cents on each $100 worth of taxable useful life, and extend our love and property and by doubling the present sympathy to his beloved wife and automobiles fees. It was also asked children. Signed : that provision be made to assist the John A. Burn counties in the construction and i J. C. Nolte maintenance of roads other than Mrs. R. B. Piarc those included in the state road sysMrs. D. B. Phelps tem. Owensboro Messenger. CHILDREN'S WEEK Slea-make- May-icapp- l, ' PAGE S THE BRECKKNRIDGK NEWS, CLOVERPOI,, KENTUCKY MARCH, ltf itlt WITH THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE ' Who Benefits By High Prices? You feel that retail meat prices are too high. Your retailer says he has to pay higher prices to the packers. Swift & Company prove that out of every dollar the retailer pays to the packers for meat, 2 cents is for packers profit, 13 cents is for operating expenses, and 85 cents goes to the stock raiser; and that the prices of live stock and meat move up and down together. raiser points The to rising costs of raising live stock. Labor reminds us that higher wages must go hand in hand with the new cost of living. live-stock X I. , No one, apparently, is responsible. No one, apparently, is benefited by higher prices and higher income. We are all living on a scale. One trouble is, that the number of dollars has multiplied faster than the quantity of goods, so that each dollar buys less than formerly. high-pric- ed Swift & Company, U. S. A. ft ors cAre You Interested? Then write us a post card and we will explain to you about one of the very' best Tractors on the market. Dear l'arents: No doubt ypu think FROM OWEN BATES 'my letters have been very dry con Mrs. Henry Burden of Cloverport sidering the fact that more than six has received the following letter from ago I landed on English soil. who is in months her brother, Owen Dates Special Invitation to Make Us Visit 1 crossed England, but all I saw there France. He writes:. old cadtlcs was beautiful farms and Rollentaint, France, Jan. 26, 1010. class passenger car. great plea- and from a third will take Dear Sister: It was a very pretty scene but only Goo'd Tobacco Canvass Better Quality Canvass sure in answering your letter I re got a passing glance and it has been ceived a few days ago and was glad the same all the time. I have rode to hear from you and to know you maiiy mics in France in .box cars and were all well and enjoyed Christmas. gcc fa Francc . . I sure would love to have been there Per Yard Per Yard ' . helped you eat that Christmas and . dinner. We had big cats on Christ-- 1 t?..' 11 luncc 01 acruss rrtiikc. t. serins mas eve about midnight. many times, that at night most of the Tell Henry and' Dee "hello,' and time besides a fellow didn't hardly .. .. I tc Irene ana unc.e fecl Vlue gazng around whcn he was think hey could write to tell them Our Spring Line of Men's and Boys' Clothing and Ladies' me even if I didn't answer their war throKH mud sometimes many Coat Suits. All sizes 34 to 50. We have the largest astcrs for I enjoy reading letters Iron ' back there more than writing them. sortment in both of the above that we have ever shown. Tell James and Harold to be good 1 liave received no pass, perhaps ' Come and see for yourself. The low prices will also please and to keep their Christmas toys, and " n,y ow" accuuill 1 "Kc' I come home I will come to when you. reason sec them and we will go boat riding. asked for one for the simple I so far have had no Franks or I will tell them about the "little river" that Marks and to see much a fellow needs " I came across. , .. sup- Men's Well-Mad- e Good PERCALES-GooWell, you must go to sec mother real money ana plenty or it. i "ave "caro ",a """8 arc Quality Blue Posc fntl,Pr often as voti can. I will Assortment cheap and the French would almost Shirts close for this time. Love to all. make you take things free. If you soon, Your brother,' Owen Y. of Bates, Co. G. 22 Eng. 3 Bn. Amer still have that notion get it out your head at once. Ex. Force, Via New York. The French were glad we come Per Yard AU Sizes Wi to 17 over here for two reasons; the" main OUR VALIANT HOME YARDS. one was we were supposed to have Here's to the boys' who got married pIcnty of dough and most o( them did From the boys away over seas, have; tl)e seCond "was the French were $6.00 Matting Rugs $1.00 Men's and Boys HereVto the boys who need airing ,; k d so Kni:sll i;cked but From the boys who are caught iri the th Enelishmcn. the same old 9x12 .Caps breeze. type want it all and will get a good We read in the daily papers of many slice at the carvJng of BiIi's former exemption pleas possessions. Some claim they have weak stomachs, Celebrating Lincoln's Birthday Some claim it is gold teeth they lack. We were celebrating Lincoln's But the boys over here think the Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention birthday by doing nothing. It's a very trouble is beautiful day, it is not cold ami a very Abig yellow streak up their backs. good sun altho we have a slight skim We know of good cannon fodder of snow and ice. We arc staying in Who aught to be taking McNab in a dead town, real dead. We are not structions, allowed to talk to the Dutch people, But it seems there only ambition is they are the enemy still I suppose to push a baby cab. The Great Bargain Store Brandenburg, Ky. land will be until the peace is signed, Some are already in action of pushwhich I think will be months. I ing their little carts, its a big job and all that kind of And we take it from the daily papers, stuff .but sems to me that they do That others have a very good start. quite a bit of sight seeing and foolIt is all very well to raise soldiers ing about. In fact some day we may need them, In Making Peace Terms But let's hope the new generation will But it's not a bunch of doughboys be more manly making the peace terms, it's not a Than their dads in years to come. bunch that have been away from When children ask their proud papas home months or years. None of them To tell ab'out the battle they fought or very few have ever done "squad Continuing for 10 days startThen they will bring down their right and left" day in and day out; To Loan On heads, ing week of Mar. 10th. very few laid on the front for days Begin to him and haw and stammer, and months at a time without ever Breckinridge County . And try to shift lie scene. having enough to eat. they never even tasted of stew For Farms Friends Back In New York 5c For one spool of san sjlk or arm ln::ins, I received a letter from Martha They ncvi l::pt in a nun tent or in almost any color. By The Federal Land Bank of a post for hours in rain and dated Jan. 16th, saying Less Burch, Walked Louisville at Hardie Greenwell and Stanford B. $1.00 Ladies Bungalo.w Apmud. were in New York. Received one They will not tell of battles they have rons good quality percales 5J2 per cent Interest form Roland dated Dec. 20, saying fought bun$1.50 Ladies extra size Less B. and W. G. were in New York For that dear old flag of ours, Ask When the sound of a toy cap pistol He wrote like they were wounded, galow aprons in good quaWould wreck their nerves for hours. didn't say how bad or anything of the lity percales and ginghams kind. I never knew what outfit Green-we- ll But the time is drawing near JOHN F. KNUE ' was with. He might have been in When we'll be coming back, One lot of Ladies black McQuady, Ky. And we'll see that boys who pushed the S. O. S.,crew and got back on sateen petticoats regular good looks. As to Less, I understand buggies that he was in the 1st Div. and a fel Keep their buggies on their track. $1.50 value. The above was written by Sanford low belonging to that Division could Critchloe, ia Vet. Hosp. A P O 747 not get back unless he was almost GROCERY DEPARTMENT lifeless. AEF. YEAKEL' s a ft i i 5c 6c ... .IT .1 i-- en We Have Just Received i 'u ... i Work Ah-sw- er 98c 15 c 4 $498 50c ED YEAKEL & SON sup-Ipo- se GOLDEN RULE A SPECIALS Million Dollars $1-2- 3 Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST It is simple in construction. It is prac- tical and easily operated. It is built on a common sense plan. A farmer can bperate and adjust it without the aid of an expert. Let us hear from you, and we will tell you about this Tractor. II FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON. Manager PLANING MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. A I of Satisfaction Because He Sowed Fild 'TH II fMl LWIVH.U, KV. SUM SMWHKI KIN" They produce better crops. Your flntaowlsff will oouvluce you. Ante your dealer, whwlvcly A E F Made Up Of Two Types MAYEE ON HIS WAY HOME. The A E F is 'and was made up Following is a letter from Pvt. of two types; one bunch were the James Pate addressed to his mother, pink faced, rosy cheecked boys who and russet Mrs. Winfield Pate. Pvt. Pate seems wore to think he is winding his way home shoes slept in good beds and eating and it will not be long before he ar- what we need. They were the ones that can tell you the important things rives in the States. He writes: Dear Mother: Just a few lines to of the war; they are the ones who let you know I am well and .maybe have the sou.veniers; they are the ones on my way home. Anyway I left who had the pleasure of scouting Vichy a week ago and am in a casual about over France and other places. camn near Paris. There are only a The other type arc the ones that won few of us, about sixty thousand. They he war on tne front', hiking through , nothing to eat- all besmeared put us in Companys of 150 each send us to the states is what they .with mud from head to foot, facing the fire of the devilish Hun, scratch- tell us. cooties between shots, and I hope all arc well and fine. I have nB a cold at present. I think it is bet1,ev are the ones that are on the cause of.a change of climate and also 'Rhine; they are the ones that will from the bed to the ground. I don't 'stay over .till the others arc home. expect to be only a few days, maybe Now (Jon t think I m knocking anyone home in a month or six, weeks. for having good places or as good i Well, tomorroV is my birthday. Do .as could be had, no, no buck private you remember where I ate my birth- - that crossed the Atlantic has the will day dinner last year? I certainly do of mine. J only offer, my congratulaand that is the last real food I have tions to those who for some reason didn't go up. had too. Give my best wishes to all and, tell Well, there is about sixty thousand in this camn. When we eat we the Vets I'm coming home. .Tell a. here fine up six abrest. The line is usually ; few others I send no wishes as they about six or eight blocks long, mud couldn t be of the best. Your devot about one foot deep. Ha, how is that I ed son, II. G. Vessels, Co. F. 7th Int. How is Dixie and all the rest? Tell A P O 740. all hello for inc. I will write again CARD OF THANKS soon. With lots of love and good We feel that our words are too wishes from your son, James, U. S. feeble to express our gratitude to our Army A E F. friends and neighbors for their love, sympathy and help during the last IN KITTEG, GERMANY. illness of our beloved wife and mothPyt. H. G. Vessels who is heard er. Your kindness and sympathy have from again in Kitteg, Germany, gives' caused us much weeping for joy. Wc his experiences as a private in France feci that our loved one is not dead and his opinipu of tho.se who won the but just gone into' another room in war. His letter says! our Father's House, Kitteg, Germany, Feb. 12, 1019. C. H. Claycomb and Children. j and-"""- 33c For one box of Crecent Mapleene for flavoring syrups, cakes and etc. 5c For one bottle of Lemon " Located permanently in Hardinsburg. .Occupying office recently vacated by Dr.. Walker. Specializing In Trial Practice extract., 10c For one extra large1 bot- - tie Lemon extract. 29c 1 lb. of Kenney fresh, MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 1C08-7-- 8 Inter-Southe- Building ground coffee extra good. 15c 1 LOUISVILLE More Than 20 Years Experience Box Seedles Raisins. California packed. fr PERMANENT DENTIST Highest prices paid for Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office I'll-b- e GOLDEN RULE StORE CLOVERPORT, KY. MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. Now located at 453 S. 3rd WRECKING ! St ' SOW SWEET CLOVER PRICES QN 30 30 32 31 33 31 TIRES N-8- Better than red plover, and $8 to ?10 per bu, cheaper. Direct from grower. Unhulled, hulled and special scarified seed; prompt germination. Prices and circulars free. Also prices on honey. TJRES A8 LOW ASi VI Gray. x3 x 3U: x4 x 4' 9.0 , 12.25 13.90 17.90 1S.90 19.90 1b xaii...,., x 4 ...... 10.90 13.45 14.90 18.90 19.90 20.90 1.90 2.25 2.45 3.25 3.31 3.41 R. 2.X M 7 2. W 3. JOHN A. SHEEHAN R. D. No. 4. (Other Bites proportion.) & FALMOUTH, KY. We Urea. QUICK RELIEF From .all coughs by using our RuUmt Ctx. Mentholated Cough Syrup. 25c per Uwtvillc Tirt INCORFOHATCB bottle, Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. 4N S. TMM M. UOWItViLLC, KV. KEYSTONH are of the famous and SPIJBDWXI Moll ua your order toduy. also distributor k SMwiri'iiaai nn ii fii - niimM0i r -- all '.LTrraHii I M 1 Cloverport Needs Houses Won't You Help Build Them? Your Dollars Will Help Relieve The Scarcity of Houses Help Stop the Crying Demand for Houses In Cloverport Build Now! There is not one vacant house in Cloverport, and there has been none in the last 7 years. Many people have been forced to go to other towns. With the Building of the Government Locks and Dam at Addison, Kentucky there will be a big demand for houses here, for many of the men will want to move their families here to be near their work, good schools, churches and social surroundings. It will take at least six years to complete this dam, and look at the money that will be spent for rent, board and other commodities. Farmers, Citizens and Business Men INVEST your money in Cloverport real estate-re- ap some of the millions the government is going to spend in this section in the next six years -- better than any oil stock or any get rich quick schemes-- a safe and sound investment that will bring you big, monthly dividends. While general commodities have advanced 177 per cent, labor and material only 43 per cent. It stands to reason that the forests are fast being depleted never again will building material be back to the old time prices. The man who builds now will build wisely. Buy You a Building Lot This advertisement contributed by the following: C. To-da- y and Build You a Home or House to Rent PAUL LEWIS .' C. NOLTE & BRO. WEDDING'S DRUG STORE DR. JESSE BAUCUM STAR ROLLER MILLS GOLDEN RULE STORE J. W. PATE R. L. OELZE CLOVERPORT PLANING MILL N. H. QUIGGINS W, HAMMAN M. WEATHERHOLT W. HENRY YEAGER T THE BRKCKKNRIlklE NEWS, CLOVERFOttT, KSMTUC1T MARCH, Months In Army. where t It, ltlf Ttxat, e Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAQE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY. i 6 . OJOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 12, EIGHT PAGES. White Lady. November 1917 to J. J. Rbbertson $115. Choice Lavendar, March 1U18 jo same party $245 Sadie Marshall. November. 1017 to H. D. George, Franklin $lo3. Red Victor's Babe. August, 1917 1919 Red Victor-VcrnRobertson. L. AE. Stanford, $103. 1917 Our May. Marshall, March Marshall-Sadi- e May. Robertson. W. a, Flood, Hardinsburg, Ky, Route 2. Hcndrick, has sold his farm acres near Hardinsburg, to J. F. Mattingly for $5,000. Posession given April 1, 1010 C. G. of 115 ' ooo Spends Twty Frit)y .from .Camp Travk,- - he was released irotri military service, managed the store, Subscription price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks, over 5 lines, charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct, please notify us. R. Moorman $100. Mary Clapp, Red Victor-Pea- rl Faul-come- r, Miss Nannie L. Cohen, Manager of the Golden Rule Store, spent the first The tractor school given by B. F. of the week in Jcffcrsonvillc visiting Beard & Co., at Hardinsburg last her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Cohen. week waft well attended by interested In Miss Cohen's absence, her brother, farmers who w.erc looking for 1st. Lieut. Sulton Cohen, Who arrived farm equipment and applying ooo Lieut. Cohen spent twenty months in the army doing his utmost in helping to win the war on this side of the ocean. He will return to Jeffersonville this week and take up civilian life irt his home city.' te October, B Lacy $100. 1917. Robertson. F. the best methods for tion. 2nd.. Crop produc Condensed Statement of 10-2- Nonita Ficld-Nonit- a, Marshall March "m NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS: iv of THE BRECKENRIDGE When you have finished reading your NEWS hand it to a friend who is not a briber; do not throw it away or destroy it. does the most important part of the dairy work, H. I. Bland of McQuady sold his farm to Willie McQuady, Will Bland and Richard Mattingly. It consisted of 400 acres and brought him $13,o00, FARM AND STOCK 1 2 I1 siaft 1 f$h Mr. H. J. Bargcr has recently re moved from a farm near Union Star, Ky., to the farm of Chas F. Robbins at- Magnet, this county. Mr. Bargcr of Frank Underhill of a ' is city. Cannelton Telephone. son-in-law o 4: little girl in Orange County, Va., JWrrowcd money from her father to (rbuy nine settings of eggs, so she naight belong to a poultry club by the United States of Agriculture and the State 'Agriculture College. One setting "would have entitled her to a membership, but she is no believer in ' way measures. On this venture her a profit of f first year's work netted $98, and she has three roosters left. ;$?A o I- -I Mr. Mike Kitzncr a farmer of Holt, I was in Clovernort. Friday on busi- ne'ss. Mr. Kitzner paid The Brecken- ridge News office a visit and renew- ed his subscription. In so doing he flip News in sav- n1n rnmntr-mrniping that he was well pleased with, it Smith of Stephensport, shopped in Cloverport, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith sold their farm near Stephensport and moved into town buying the property of the late Mrs. Belle Bennett. They also bought two lots adjoining, so Mr. Smith will not cease in helping to feed the nation as he will continue to farm but on a smaller scale. Mrs. Smith is a sister of Lieut. John who. is in France and writes that he has received several copies of the "dear old News" which he greatly enjoyed, Mr. and Mrs Ernest A o As a result of advertising in the Breckenridge News, W. J. Owen & Sons, of Valley Home Stock Farm, Hardinsburg Route 1 have had some very successful sales. They sold seed The Champion Bull, the five months oats to various parties. One milch old calf Walnut Hill Victor 2nd. was cow to Emmett Cannon, Axtel, one bought by C. A. Medley, Rock Hav- cow to T. H. Henning, Hardinsburg Route 1, one cow and calf to S. C. en for $310. Haycraft & Son; Glen Dean; 20 stock o The "Kentucky Round Up" Sales and Shows. "Kentucky Round Up" Sales The and Shows held at the Bourbon stock yards, Louisville, February 25- 29 is entitled to a place in history as one of the biggest if not the biggest livestock event that has ever been pulled off in the States South of the Ohio river says the Farmers Home Journal. One interesting feature of this sale and show is that Breckin ridge county breeders were among the prize winners and sellers. In the Poland China sale W.' R. Moorman & Son were the Buyers of Lady Prince, a sow, consigned by American Poland China Record As sociation for $160. They also carried off first and second prizes in the Shorthorn Show, in class 3 for cows or heifers over two years old on Victoria's Lassie and Choice Baron, ess. They were second and third of two good hefier calves, Autum Rose and Jennie Lind 18th. Lady Archer. October, 1917 Royal Archer. J. M. Howard, Glen Dean, Ky.,. D. L. Anderson, Needham, Ind., $110. Banff's Diamond, November, 1910, Hammer & Meachan , Morganfield, Ky. E. L. Robertson, $450. Prince-Grac- e Ben and Burn Dejernettc of McS. S. Ormsby, $105. 0 Quady placed an order for Victor Sultan, March 1918, Mar- , Titon tractor. 1 plow 3 .bottom and an 08th. Moorman. 8 foot Couble Disc Harrow. This shall ' equipment will do the work of 4 or Ormsby, $175. Planters Hall Sultan, June 1918, 5 men. We are glad to sec the 102nd. Waycross Champion-Victori- s. Brothers taking hold of Moorman, T. J. Bigstaff, Mt. Stcerl-in- g, equipments. They can make Ky., $100. no better investment' and none that Jennie Lind 18th, April 1918, Way- - will pay them better. Lind 8th. cross Champion-Jenn- y Plain rings are extremely fashionMoorman, Ormsby, $230. able at this season of the year when Miss Victoria. October, 1917, Red the soil is very loose. A good plain Victor-Mar- y Givens, Howard. H. D. ring well fixed in every pig's nose Geonre. $110. will save many dollars' worth of ferVictor-Mar- y Jones. Howard H. D. tility from going down the creek. Mary Victor, October 1017, Red o George, $175. Cooties over there worried our solMary's Victoris, December, 1917, diers and made many of them sick. Gorman. Howard Uncle Sam fought the pests continuRed Victor-Noree- n Ormsby, $160. ally. Tree cooties, the San Jose Scale, Field-Victoria tte 1918. Marshall Moorman. ooo The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. , at the close of business March. 3rd, Banking Department .33 1010 RESOURCES: Loans and Mate and County Warrants U. S. Bonds. Cash and Exchange-B- ank Building (worth DiscountsL-$500,008- LIABILITIES: 13,168.00 33,020.50 75,783.75 l.Oo 3,235,32 Capital Stock l. J$ 60,000.00 Surplus and Undivided 54,350.37 Profits Deposits 011,464.13 .Real Estate (Farm Land) $10,000.00 Total. 4715,823.50 Total, , 4715,823.50 The above statement is correct , J. D. JONES, Cashier Miss Real .cow. Real Perfection- ' o Miss Littleton, calved January, 1918, Our philosopher says: Hawkins consigned by Hill. W. A. Stith, $205. says our new county agent can't tell Master Donald 4th. bull. Beau Do him anything about farmin' is he'i nald-Bel180th, calved January, 1918 already wore out three farms. consigned by Camden. W. A Stith, le worry fruit trees and make them too sick to prdduce good fruit. Spraying will kill these pe3ts. If you do not know how to spray trees or to 'mix sprays get a Spray Calendar from the College of Agriculture at Lexington. A post card wijl bring it. Trust Department RESOURCES: Investments Real Estate Expense Cash LIABILITIES: Deposits Prifits 4321,861.22 353.75 4 12,003.06 ,. 261,758.14 - .46,006.43 556.44 Total. 4322,214.07 TotaL 4322,214.07 The above statement is, correct. GEO. E..BESS, Manager Trust Dep't Combined Resources $1,038,038.47' $525. , FOR LIVER TROUBLES. o Biliousness, constipation, etc. try the tonic laxative, Wedding's Pink Liver Tablets. 25c per box Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. Another Plea For R. C. Workers The Cloverport Chapter of the American Red Cross is needing workers badly. There is. much sewing on hand to be done for the Belgian refugees, and the Chairman of this work requests the women of Cloverport to be at the work room on Tuesday afternoons of every week, and to help finish up the sewing. - SAFE Combined Deposits $033,325.35 We have more customers today than ever before There's a Reason We give satisfaction. CONSERVATIVES-CONSISTEACCOMODATING NT Bar-be- e, The highest priced bull of the sale was Master Donald 3rd consigned by Senator Camden and purchased by Hon. W. A. Stith of Guston for $325. o shoates to Lon Rhodes, Kirk; one boar to a party at Meggett, S. C; two bred gilts to W. W. Johnson, Danville Ky., and the 11 months bull to John We Want to Buy Every Building Lot in Cloverport We Can Sell- - J. M. Howard, Glen Dean, sold Fancy Princess D., April 1917 to J. D. Craddock, Munfordsville for $100. W. R. Moorman & Son sold shorthorn heifer, Autum Rose 4th September 1917 to J. Lewis Litterelle, Harrods Creek for $205. Duchess of Athol 9th April 1917 to S. S. Ormsby for $150. Choice Baroness June 1910 L. L. Dorsey for $210. Clara Belle December 1911 sold by E. L. Robertson to J. C. Smith for $200. Josephine Belle May 1908 to D. J. Russell for $135. Verna March 1907 to G. N. Lyddan $115. Helen Givens March 1908 to W. C. Payne, $120, August Girl, August 1917, Street Bros., Cadiz $120; Roam Lady, November 1917 to W. T. Strucker, Charleston, Ind., $120. Spring Hill Queen 2nd. September 1917, to F. B. Lacy $200. Cieopatria November 1917 to J. L. Letterle, $245. Camp-bellsville Mrs. Jno. M. Gregory of Clover-por- t, sold 11 hens for $20.00. Like every woman, Mrs. Gregory was duly proud of her sale, and her success will be an inspiration to other women who are enthusiastically engaged in the poultry business. o MARY ANDERSON Fourth St. near Chestnut WEEK B. F. KEITH'S THEATRE Louisville BEGINNING SUNDAY, MARCH 16th Every House in Cloverport That is For Sale By the urgent request of many of the business men of Cloverport we have started a HARRY WATSON, Jr. As "Young Battling Kid Dugan" NITA-J- O The French Vocalist and Actress in an Original Song Recital 6 OTHER BIG FEATURES Bureau of Information by which the buyer and seller can be brought together. Many desireable lots are now for sale, that would have been built on long ago, but no one knew they were for sale. - h 4 Hinton Bros, of Cloverport have made a wonderful record during January and February in the sale of butter and buttermilk. During these two months they sold 248 gallons of butter milk and 155 pounds of butter produced from 3 two year old cows; one 'a Jersey and the other two are shorthorns. They received 20 cents a gallon for the buttermilk and 50c a pound for butter. While the brothers claim the ownership of the cows, their sister, Miss Dessie Hinton is the "power behind the throne," and The Greatest Travesty ever Written PRICES: TWO PHONE. WRITE. OR WIRE FOR SEATS Matiaee 15c 28c 55c Nights 15c 28c 39c 56c 83c , Send Us a List of What You Have for Sale SHOWS DAILY, 2:15 AND 8:15 I Want a Man giving size of lot, lot number, and the price you ask for it. We will then enter it on our record book which will be kept for the information of thie public, out April 1st. "THE.- - REAL.. ESTATE.. BULLETIN"-- , containing scores ofbargains in building lots. Free for the Asking. EDWARft GREGORY & SONS I desire the assistance of at least one man in this commu.HARDlNfDURC KENTUCKY Spring Opening J m our nity all or part of his timeon a financial proposition of great merit. Charming New Blouses These come in Blouses georgcrepe-de-chin- e, Millinery Department Bewitching new headgear willbe shown at our Spring Opening, I I am willing to arrange unusual remuneration for this work and can give cordial support and to' the man who undertakes it. Liberal- advertising through the Press. co-operat- ion - beautiful delicate colors. Som e o f them come in blackf They are disigned after the newest fashions in ladies waists. Price's range from $4.00 to $0.00. ' Ask to see them. Slip-O- n For Milady's Spring Suit ette and and in Friday and Saturday, March 14th and 15th. Stylish new sailors, smart little toques,' the new "Niniche" mostly trimmed with flowers, picture hats of georgette, floppy hats for young girls and Milans and Leghorns for children. nev straws and shown in all the smart colors at prices that are right. Sweaters ' ' y If interested, X w i s h you would give this matter a thorough and complete investigation. Call on or address - - Just received some more of:the, ever popular slip-o- n sweaters. They come in a variety of colors, and will appeal to young girls who desire to be up to the; minute in style. These are priced at $5.00. 'r Hats developed in all the T. T. Beeler 201 Storks Eldg. LouUvUl,'Ky.' Hats More hats are being received each week. MRS. ETHEL 6; HILLS cloverport; ky. Pi MARCH, II, UN The Breclwnrklge News WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 12, 1010 7 THK 1RECKKNMDOE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Reflecting the Entered at the Poit Office at Cloterpoft, Kjr. f second class .natter. fHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED ADVERTISING FOR FOREIGN Glad Springtime This season's hat's are typical of the gladsome time of peace and freedom. They are gaily trimmed in flowers s ostrich pompons, and etc. The styles are jaunty, becoming and still conservative fo rthc most conservative woman. fancy-bead- BY THE several months as Car Inspector for CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS the Government. i you Pvt. Ollic Clark, who arrived in the NOTE Please notifr the editor desire advertisements discontinued. States recently from overseas, has received his dismissal from military FOR SALE service and is at home with his parfurniture. One white ent!, Mr.and Mrs. Clark and sister, FOR SALE HouseholdMorris chair. Several iron bedstead. One I I I f The Latest Craze NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES ' pairs outside shutters. Could lie used for Miss Allie Clark. enclosing a summer kitchen. For further .Mr. and Mrs. Vcwel Holder and Information call at The Dreckenrldge News Office, Cloverport, Ky. son, Yewel Holder, Jr., returned to China" SALF.1 thnir home in St. Louis, Monday after FORyears old. Registered Poland C.len Iloar 2 Dean, James Ilaycraft, spending several weeks with Mr. Holder's parcntsc, Mr. and Mrs. FOR SAI.K 4 horse power gasoline Engine, Oscar Holder. good condition, with small burrs, I thimble corn crusher wl'h 2 sets of hurrs, good con- Transparent Cooking Dishes I jj iK iflj ' la jB jHH RATES FOR POLITICAL MENTS. ANNOUNCE- For Frecinct and City Oilices- .$ 2.BO fi.no ror County unices. -- Jlo.00 For State and Diitrict Opcei - .10 Calif, for Card), per line per line For 40 For all Publication In the Interest of Individual! or expression qf Individ.10 ual views, per line J Mrs. W. J. Piggott of Irvington, dition. S(X bushels corn and car load hay and straw. It. U Harrell, McQuady, Ky. who adrcsscd the Woman's Mision-ar- y SALE 1 black Society of the Methodist church FOR high, 3 years old.horse mule. IS hU. 3 1 brown in. horse mule, on Monday afternoon, was' entertainI'I hds. 3 In. high, 3 years old unbroke. Ueauchamp and llurton, Mystic, Ky. ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. United States Railroad Administration Director General of Railroads Train Schedule on new line of Spring hats will arrive this week. Will also have hats in Stephensport at Mrs. Sam Dix's store.- My Phelps. The L, H. & St. L R. R. 1918 0:14 A. M. 10:1B A. Mt 12:20 P. M. 8:04 P. M. 0:00 P.' M. 7:53 P. M. 5:15 A. M. 0:07 A. M. 7:5d A. M. 4:00 P. M. 5:00 P. M. 0:20 P. M. Your patronage solicited. o Effective December 8th, EAST BOUND No. 142 leaves Cloverport Arrlvei Irvington. Arrives Louisville. No. 144 leaves Cloverport- Arrives Irvington,, Arrives Louisville No. 14G leaves Cloverport- Arrives Irvington- Arrives Louisvill- eNo. 14S leaves Henderson-ArrivOweniboro i Arrives Shops- WEST BOUND No. 141 leaves Cloverport Arrives Owensboro Arrives Henderson. Arrives Evansville-Ariv- es St. Lou- isNo. 143 leaves Cloverport-Arriv- es Haweaville Arives Owensboro- No. 145 leaves Cloverport-Arriv- es Owensboro Arives Henderson Arrives Evansvill- eArrives St. Louis. No. 147 leaves Shops-ArriOwensboro. Arrives Henderson es ves MISS EVELYN HICKS Milliner CLOVERPORT, KY. -- ) 10:45 A. 12:01 P. 12:5S P. 1:25 P. 8:10 P. 0:40 P. 7:05 P. .8;07 P. -- 11:25 P. -- 12:32 A. 1:'23 A. 1:80 A. 7:59 A. u:45 A. --8:05 A. J):15 A. M.-M- . M. M. M. M. M, M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. Interesting Personal Mention Mrs J. M. Fitch was in Owensboro Friday. L. D. Bennett of Hardinsburg No. 2 was in Sample, Monday. Mrs. Arad Leaf of Tobinsport was in this city shopping on Monday. Mr. Victor Hagman 6f Skilltnan was in this city last week on business. Miss Jesie Hemphill is in Troy and Tell City, Ind., this week visiting relatives. Mrs. H. C. Pate went to Louisville, Friday with her daughter, Mrs. G. R. McCoy who went from then to her home i'i Smith's Grove, Ky. Mr. Julc B. Jackson, who has been employed in the American Tobacco Warehouse in Owensboro, returned to his home in Tarfork, Tuesday. Miss Corine Quiggins and brother, Maurice Quiggins were in Addison, Saturday the guest of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Rhodes. Miss Efoise Nolte returned to Louisvile, Sunday after spending a week at home on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. J. C. Nolte. Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Scott and children, who left here some weeks ago, have bought a home at Barrett's Eddition near Owensboro and "are living there. Mrs. James Sahlie has returned home from Cannelton where she spent Thursday and Friday with her uncle, Mr. Chas Smith who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Conkwright of Kingswood, who purchased the farm of Mr. Thos. Rogers, have posession of their new place. Mr. Rogers and family have moved in the Gregory property in the East End. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gregory and soli, Francis Gregory have purchased the property where Mr. Weaver Tat-uformerly lived in the West End and will take up their abode there as soon as they can get possession. Mrs. C. D. Hardaway and daughter, Miss Louise Hardaway, arrived at noon yesterday from Guston, Ky., to spend several days' with Dr. W. H. Strother and Mr. Strothcr in West Fourth street. Owensboro Messenger. Lieut. Donnard J. Smith arrived c, Sunday from Camp Sherman, a ten days furlough O., for with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Worden, Lieut. Smith is just out of the base hospital and is here convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. J. Proctor Keith and children, Misses Anna Elizabeth, Katherine and Lucile Keith left Monday for their new home in Elizabeth- m Chil-licoth- FOR SALE Brown Leghorn eggs for hatching fic per egg. James M. Crenshaw, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE Thompson Ringlet Rock eggs tor saie irom targe uarretl Kocks, the kind bred to lay. The bird of business and beauty. Safe arrival and good hatches guar-anteed. Mrs. F. C. English, Dixie Hill Farm, Skillman, Ky; FOR SALE Emden geese for aale "now. Eggs for sale now, Mrs. Taylor Deard. Hardinsburg, Ky. 1 Tyrex Ware Guaranteed not to break in oven. Economi- cal, because they absorb heat readily and use less fuel than metal utensils. Sanitary, because grease cannot adhere to surface they are odorproof and easily clean- Practical, because you bake and serve in l'1C SaU1C " .. 1 II II I I 1 vn im' : 1 1 In very good condition and will sell cheap for cash. Apply at The Dreckenrldge News office. FOR SALE Two houses and lots a reason, able offer will not he refused. Alo automobile JIBO.OO no less. T. F. Sawyer. FOR Eggs for hatching 10 cents each layed by pure bred White Leghorn chickens: Stock guranteed pure and all right. For further information on write, S. K. Vessels, Rhodelfr) Ky. SALE FOR SALE Remington Typewriter No. 0. I 'B9 JBb 'jra 1Bf flpjljl' MEMi I III 1 1 1 'S' See Our Window Display IJI , FOR SALE Fishel, White Rock Eggs. $2.00 per setting. Also large fine cockerils at $3.00 and $5.00 each. Satisfaction guar, anteed. Mrs. Frank Mattingly, The Castle, Cloverport, Ky, SALE Several Pure Bred Barred Rock cockerils at $1.50 and $2.00 each. Mrs. ' P. D. Withington, Hardinsburg. FOR J. C. NOLTE & BRO. - WANTED County rights and big dividends small investment by live merchant or salesman, who will sell article, absolute necessity in every home and factory. Good commission. Repeat orders. For particulars address, P. A. B. 1200 W. Market street, Louisville, Ky. WANTED To take subscriptions for all magazines. Also renewal lor all magazines. Clubbing rates given. Mail orders receiv ed. Call or write Miss M. D. Babbage, WANTED Lady fo help with house-woron the farm, familv of three, unml hnmi. and good wages, to the right party. Prefer lauy irom 21 to mi years ol age. Home is hall mile from railroad station. Give full particulars, and wages expected, in first letter. AUUress Mrs. A. M. Ihompson, Addison, Kentucky. k I I i I 1 town. Before leaving here they were n guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hovious for a week. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wood left Sunday afternoon for Louisville where they will reside. They will be met there by their two little daughters, Misses Rubie and Betsy Wood, who will be accompained from Hopkins-vill- e Mrs. D. by their W. Kitchen. Be-he- r-- ux nursup GENERAL HARDWARE- wi y " i I If Jl grand-mothe- r, Mrs Alice Isom was in Cannelton, Sunday the guest of Mrs. Nannie Hawhee. Rev. Wilson, pastor of the M. E. church South in Hardinsburg was in this city Friday. Mrs. Harry Holder of Calhoun, Ky. was here Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Israel Holder. Miss Lelia Tucker spent Wednesday and Thursday in Hawesville the guest of Mrs. Carrie Brown. Mr. and Mrs, Wm Pineapple of Stephensport, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elder: Miss Valeria Frank returned to Cloverport, last week after visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Frank in Owensboro. Miss Margaret Burn went to Louisville Friday Jo remain for the week end with her sister, Miss Jeanette Burn. Mrs. Dennie Jolly of Owensboro was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Frank Poyne 'and Mr. Payne, several days last week. Little Miss Mary Grey Conrad, who has been seriously ill at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Conrad, is improving. Mrs. Ethel Hills was in Ravenna, Ky., part of last week visiting her daughter, Mrs John B. Scrivner and Mr. Scrjvnen Miss Christine Rhodes of Addison, arrived Tuesday and remained until Thursday with her sister, Mrs. N. H. Quiggins and Mr. Quiggins. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mattingly of Louisville, have been the guests of Mr. Mattlngly's sister, Mrs, Ben F. Ridgeway and Mr, Ridgeway. Frank Smith returned from New Albany last week on account of being injured and not able "to work. He is with his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. W. J. Worden. Mrs. Allen Pierce and children of Louisville were here lase week visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Pierce before going to Glen Dean to join Mr. Pierce in making their home. Mr. Ernest Compton, who has been visiting a few days with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mattingjy in Walnut street returned to Webster, Ky. yesterday afternoon. Owensboro Messenger. I am offering about 20 Breaking Plows at a very low price. Now do not hold off and then come later, you will be left as I am going to, sell. Julian H. Brown, Cloverport, Ky. The following officials of the L. H. & St. L. R. R. were in Cloverport, Tuesday; R. N. Hudson, General Manager; Ridgely Cayce, Secretary; J. R. Skillman, Attorney, and Mr. Geo. B. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sutton and daughter, Miss Margaret Sutton returned home from St. Louis, Saturday where Mr. Sutton has been for ' L WEDDING. The marriage of Miss Lucile Har-re- ll When backache the liver or kid-and Mr. Shafter V. Dowell took neys are you have be sure to out of gear. Try San-place in Jeffersonville, last week. ol, it does wonders for the liver, kidneys and Miss Harrell is 18 years old and bladder. A trial 00c bottle will convince you. the .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harrell of this city. Mr. Dowell is a brake-ma- n GET RESULTS. on the L. H. & St. L. R. R. The bride and groom are making their Is what everyone says about Wedhome with the former's parents ding's Cold Tablets for colds and Grippe. 25c per box. Wedding's Drug CARD OF THANKS Store, Cloverport, Ky. HARRELL-DOWEL1 WANTED Men or women to take orders! among .,,,.,.,, friends and neighbors for the gen-...t i,.i livoitlji r..n i: lull II1IC bm....vvchildren. rEliminates IU 1I1CII. women and darning. vve pay ihic an nour spare time or $4 a week for full time. Experience unnecessary. Write, International Stocking Mill, Norris-towPa. ,,;. 1 Stephensport, Ky. As spring approaches and the sun begins to shine on one's old furniture, and farmers take out their old ! farming implements, their comes a great desire and need for new things. Below is quoted a list of articles to be found in my stock- Look over them and mark the things you need, then call at my store and purchase - same ! k FOR THE FARMER. Farm implements, Delker's Rubber Tired Buggies, Harness; Saddles, Trace chains, Collars, Roofing and Auto Accessories. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their help and sympathy during the illness and death of our dear husband and father, J. W. Parr. Mrs. J. ,W. Parr and Children, Lodiburg, Ky. Candidates For Graduation students of Among the eighty-si- x the University ot Kentucky wno are candidates for graduation in June are Cardwell Douglas Triplett of Beech Grove; Edward Everett Kelly, of Whitesville; Sudie F. Whittinghill, of Glen Dean; W. P. Rhodes, of Hartford; E. T. Tapscott, of Owensboro Owensboro Messenger. That Kentucky Is on the vergfi ot Oil boom? Are you going to get your part of the million of profits? Write us for Inside Information on any Oil Company's Stocks, Bend us your orders to buy or sell. KELLEY-CARTECO. DO YOU KNOW a great FOR THE HOUSE-KEEPEFurniture, Boss Oil Stove, Cooking Stoves, R. Car- R BROKERS 301.11-1- 2 Inter-Souther- n LOUISVILLE, Main 922 Bldtj. KY. City 347$ pets, Mattings, Sewing Machines, Queensware Kitchen Cabinets. Also nice line of Groceries. and Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Co. Fourth and Market Louisville, Kentucky Capital Stock SURPLUS DEPOSITS, Over THE UNIVERSAL CAR TheFord Factory has not yet reached normal production. It will take some time, after being entirely given over to war work. 'We are getting a few cars right along, and suggest that you leave your order with us as soon as possible attd we will deliver as soon as possible. Runabouts, $500; Touring Car, $525; Coupe, $050; Sedan,$775; One-ToTruck Chassis, $550, These prices f. o. b. Detroit. Don't forget the service we give in our shops, genuine Ford Partsf Ford skill and Ford prices'. Citizens of Breckinridge and adjoining Counties when in Louisville are especially invited to call on us. We will give them a genuine friendly welcome, and personal service. $500,000 00 $100,000.00 $2,000,000.00 OFFICERS V. B. Pw L. Paul Compton, Sec't. Atherton, Vice Pres. J. F. Eisenbeis, A. Sec't. P. J. Bohne, Treas. Bernheitn, Vice Pres. R. S. Rapier, Ast. Treas. J. Bulleit, President. iEGGS CLOVERPORT, KY. DIRECTORS B. Bernheim. the W. each PL7"Athertqn. Frank Miller, Thomas J. Humphreys. V. T, J. HOOK County Agent Hardinsburg, Ky. W, Hume Logan. W. J, BuJJeit. Pratt Sale, S. Tuley, Claggett.. Hero. Thos. C. E. Wood, Crady. Chas Bensinger. C. R. Aley. .MRS. H. J. HAMMAN HI J. C. L' tiiiniiir " -,- LllBlBSS 'PC nor; V- ' - "''? - - - - i miii in iiiiiiiiMiiiii &tiaisiD hi THE BXBCKBNRIDCE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY eleventh chanter of Hebrews was read C Vie Robertson was in West and prayer was offered. Then after a Point, Friday on business. 1. I. i i . ,h . .1 r ti. Iff ' p. L" spcni J. W. Carman and daughter son and 80,me ,p.na,a . , , . ms mc cnu in mcmuers. mc prcsiucm, m ui sburg Were the guests of ,creni Virginia 1'ayne read a part ot tne nic sister. here last week. James Howard Gardner has and Mrs. Sandy Thornhill and of the first Baptist Missionary to Some time ago I went into the drug Every one left feeling encour- - turned home from Kansas City, Mo. were the guests of his brother, Miss Ruth Cundiff of Liberty, Ky., stpre of Gerke Drug. Co., Evansville, aged and strengthened to do better Ami Thornhill, Sunday, lilr and Mrs.' Oscar Davis of work for the Master in the future is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. E. Ind., and the following conversation s Carigan and Mr. Carrigan. Kiwgswood spent Saturday night than ever before. took place between Mr. Gerke and Col. E. L. Robertson and Mrs. Mrs. B. F. May and daughter, Lilsister, Mrs.'T. C. Dyer. myself: "Theodore, how does it "wither SatMisses Lizzie and Mabel Carman lian were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Robertson, Glen Dean were the Allie Weathcrford of Kingswood, urday guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. J. R. come that you sell so much more wre the guests of Miss Velma Car-'- ,' 'Number 40 For The Blood' than . Friday. Wilson. Tuesday njght. Mrs. Shcrdic Basham has returned Prof. J..1-- . uowlds ana Airs, uowius thesc otier druggists arountl here? and Mrs. Mack Alexander '':Mn from St. Joseph's Infirmary where were the guests of relatives in Owens Mr. Gerke .nswered: "A year or so "Wjere the guests of her sister, Mrs. boro, the week-enshe has been for several weeks. ago my wife came into the store and Swhiey Johnson, Sunday. Miss Virginia Payne spent a few A. R. Kincheloe spent several days she was going to take a blood mcdi and Mrs. Johnic Davis and &Mr week, .cine. She lookcU over the kinds I had and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Allen days of last week, the guest of her in Louisville the past Miss Nell Jones spent the wek-ensister, Mrs. Sam Carden of Irvington. on the shelf and I reckon you put up were the dinner guests of Mr. and The remains of Mrs. John LeMas- - in Louisville. the best 'spiel' and she took a bottle - 'Mrs,, J. W. Davis, Sunday. Mrs. II. P. Chambliss of McQuady ot iMumocr 40.' Alter taking it a- Verna Carman, one of our soldier ter of Hardinsburg who died of dou t pneumonia Wednesday was. is visiting Mrs. Mary Chambhss and while she gave it to our boyand one g&oys Who has been in France for ble brought here Thursday for burial in family. day I was complaining of 'that fired '''several months is at home now on a Nat Sliellnian of Louisville is visit- - feeling' and she said, 'Here I will the Scott cemetery. lO. days furlough, and says he is glad his parents, Mr, and Mrs. G. D. dose you on 'Number 40' and she did Mrs. S. H. Davis went to Canney-jin- g ftojget back to the States. villc, Friday to sec her uncle, Wm. ShcllmAll. and it did me so much crood I have and Mrs. Sidney Johnson and .j- ,tMr. very ill. Mrs. T. J. Hook was the guest of been recommending it to my custom- ilfson, Everett were the guests of Mr. Quiggins, who is Mrs. Kelly Watts spent last week her sister. Mrs. J. E. Monarch and' crs since and buy in gross lots." J. ' "and Mrs. J. W. Blair, Sunday aftcr- -' in Lodiburg the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Monarch the week-enC. Mendenhall, 40 years a druggist, noon. Eight applicants took the civil ser- EvansVille, Ind. rs. Babe Carman and daughter, Gar Tucker. C. M. Payne, Homer Alexander vice examination here Saturday. entering The ingredients into Bulah B. of Harned spent the week Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moorman and "Number 40" are set down in the U, and Charlie Butler were in Louisville ' end with his parents. baby of Glen Dean, were the .Sunday S. Dispensatory and other medical , Miss Dora Allen was the guest of last week. John Skillman and family of Louis guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. books as follows: "Employed in dis Miss Lora Wilson, Sunday. eases of the glandular system, in Miss Alhene Carman was the guest ville are the guests of his parents, W. R. Moorman. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Skillman Father Voltz of Louisville( conduct- blood poison, scrofula, chronic rheu n n J- ,- rmioiH ' m:,c T. C. Allen of Louisville was here ed the Sunday services here owing to matism, catarrh, chronic constipation, last week. Friday to attend the funeral of .his the illness of Fatfler Norman. stomach and- liver trouble. Under its Mrs. Franklin Nix was the guest of Mr. Thomas J. Ryan, who has been use sores, ulcers, nodes, tumors and her son, Mr. Oscar Nix of Kings sister, Mrs. LeMaster. very sick for several' weeks is im swellings that have withstood all "7Wood, Sunday. proving nicely. other treatment disappear as if by BEWLEYVILLE Farmers are very busy burning Miss Amelia Squires of Berea is magic." "Number 40" is sold at Wed beds. the guest of friends and relatives. ding's Drug. Store, CJoverport, Ky. Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Sleamaker, Do you get up at night? Sanol ! lurcljr the best of all kidney or bladder troubles. Hon. R. J. Cain and family were dinMEMORIAL Sanol gives relief in 24 hours from all back- ner guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. ache and bladder troubles. Sanol is a guar- E. P. Hardaway. anteed remedy. 60c and $1.00 a bottle at the Mr. and Mrs. James Albright are On the afternoon of March 1st., drug store. receiving congratulations upon the ar- 1919 at 3 oclock, the death angel rival of a Ifine 10 pound boy born, visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. GLEN DEAN March 3, James Thomas. Asbury Debrula and took from them Mrs. Owen LeGrand and child their only baby girl, Lillian. She was Rev. E. B. English of Berea, Ky., died Thursday of flu and were buried one year, nine months and twenty-on- e will preach at the Baptist church here the following day at Bethel. days old. She had been ill with on the 3rd Sunday in March. All are Mr. and Mrs. C. Wathen Drury influenza for several days, then pneucordially invited to come. spent Thursday on Pilot Ridge the monia followed and took her away. We offer 'the 6 seMrs. Matthews, mother of Jess A. guests of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. It was hard to give her up but, died last week of pneuMatthews notes of cured A. W. Foote. "God's will be done not ours." Lillian monia and was buried at Macedonia, Masons are having 'new win- was a loving and sweet and every-one- s' The the above 99& and funeral by Rev. Whitler. dows put in their hall which are need- pet. Miss Minnie Moorman, who has a ed very badly. Mr. Jesse Hardaway interest. She leaves behind her a mother, position in Little Rock, Ark., is visit- is the contractor. father and three little brothers to ing her uncle, Jim Dean and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stith have both mourn their loss, Will Henry, Ray Mr. Luke B. Reeves is spending been ill of flu. and Charlie Lee. a few days in St. Louis. Mrs. Elma Morton of Louisville, Her remains were laid to rest- in the Mrs. C. W. Jones and daughter, came Thursday for an ii)definatc visit Pleasant Grove cemetery,. Sunday at Henning Chambers & Co. Mildred spent one day last week at with her brother, Col and Mrs. Z. T. 12:30 p. m. Rockvale the guest of her sister, Mrs. Stith. Members New York Stock Little Lilly, budded on earth to Stanford Eskridge. R. M. Stith spent the week end at bloom in Heaven. Exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pierce of Louishome. uncle, H. M. Tate, Vanzant, Ky. An ville have moved into the home re404 W. Main St Louisville, Ky. R. M. Triplett' has bought a farm cently vacated by J. R. Wilson. near Guston and intends moving to SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS it soon. We hate to lose such goo'd MATTINGLY citizens as his family from our midst. Miss Wilda Triplett has returned Mr. B. F. Frank and daughter, to New Albany where she is attendValeria visited relatives at Owensboro ing school. (Incorporated) Joe Miller has gone to Louisville last week. Mr. Ira Beavin, who has been sick for a visit to his sister, Mrs. Clarence our expense, orders for purWire or telephone with flu for the last two weeks is Miller. chase or sale of Majestic, McCombs, Pyramid, Mr. and Mrs. John Witt are the slowly improving. Williams or other active Kentucky oil stocks. Mr. Joe Ball of McQuady is visiting proud possesors of a daughter born Orders for purchase or sale promptly executed on 2 commission basis, at our open call session dally at 12:16 P. M. relatives here. From here he will go Feb. 24th. She has been named Mary We neither promote companies nor act as agents in the sale ot Treasury Stock. Louise. to Cloverport to reside. Special Investigating and reporting department at service of all interested. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson spent Mr. M. E. Hambleton has bought a farm near Mattingly known as the the week end in Louisville. Louisville, Ky. South Fourth Mrs. Chas D. Hardaway 'spent the Telephones: Main 2624. City 7184. Bob Mattingly farm. Mr. Clint Frank has sold his farm wek end in Owensboro the guest of !.' where he now resides to Mr. Clarence Dr. and Mrs. Will Strother. She was K Mattingly he will give possession in joined there by her daughter, Mary Louise Hardaway who is attending fc.October. Mrs. C. D. Hambleton is still' on school at Russelville. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Meador spent i, the sick list. Friday with Mrs. Tom Wilson. MARCH, 1ft, Hit rST HILL. - .t THE DRUGGIST gui WAS HONEST FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND UNDERTAKER A full line , At Hearse Buna Supplies reasonable prices Embalming of and Srvk J. D. ASHCRAFT & SON, Irving lont Ky. IV d. FOR SALE I fily d We have 75 mules, from two years old' up for sale. You are going to need teams" for your crop. Buy now. We. want them to go. . . - d. BEARD BROS. pj, r,m, - FARMS FOR SALE i V: THEY ARE ALL BARGAINS PICK THEM OUT No. 1. 77 A. of fine river bottom land located in Tobin Bottom, Ind., 1J4 mi. from landing across the river from Cloverport, Ky., 135 mile back of the 77 A. tract These two farms will be A. hill land cold together for $8,000,. one half cash, balance in three annual 'payments. Description of the 77 A. tract is as follows: 65 A. of fine level bottom, about 13 A. running up on the approach of the hill where the improvements arc, which consist of a four room cottage, small barn, one spring, two cisterns and one woll apd some wire fencing. 12 A. are in wheat. and 20 A. in timothy and alfalfa. Description of the 135 A. tract is as' follows: About 100 A. rolling balance rough with 40 A. of the rough land in woods pasture; lots of good timber and 40 A. in grass for pasture. It is most all fenced with slat and wire. Large, good 7 room 2 story house, cellar under the house, a cetylene light plant installed in the house, and all kinds of out buildings, large stock barn, good crib, 12 A. of apple orchard with large cellar and cellar house in the center of orchard for storing fruit and vegetables, a cistern, 2 springs and 1 well for water with a good wind mill at the well, 10 A. of locust grove. If these farms are sold before April Jlst possession can be had at once. The owner also has much fine stock which he will sell if the land is sold. No. 2. 180 A. good land 4 mile from Hardinsburg, Ky. which is the county seat of Breckinrdige county. 125' A. level land, balance rolling, all cleared but 20 A. which has some good timber on it. 25 A. arc in wheat, farm all under good fence with some cross fencing. There is a good 7 room bungalow in good condition which fronts the pike as you enter Hardinsburg good stock barn, good tobacco barn, and two .good tenant houses, 2 cisterns, 1 spring and a pond for water. I rice $13,000.00, one half cash, balance in three annual payments. SOUTHERN RAILWAY ' 3-y- at ! - I Kentucky Oil Exchange at If interested in cither of. the above propositions call of address Cum. .phone 29 J. J D. SEATON Cloverport, Ky. 120 Street, Mr. Farmer Here's What You Need One Fine Large Pure Bred Jersey' Cow 4 years old fresh in May. One Large Half Jersey Heifer and Calf. ilk HARDINSBURG Mrs. Ethel Moorman and son, Cyrus returned Monday from Kirk Where they have been the guests of Mrs. John Kennedy returned to her Mr. and Mrs. Tice Miller. home in Evansville, Ind., after a visit Mrs. Paul Chambh'ss, McQuady was with relatives here. the truest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corp. Henry DeHaven Moorman, '"Weathcrford, Monday. of Camp Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Smith, who arrived from Sam Monarch of Frankfort, are the overseas several weeks ago is now at guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. home. W. R. Moorman. Columbus Eskridge an aged resi Mrs. Joe Sphires and children "redent ol this place parted awy Wed- turned to Louisville, Friday after a nesday afternoon, funeral sev'ces visit with Dr. D. S. Spires and f'werc conducted at the home bj Rev. family.C. F. Black after which the remains Mrs. Mary Rhodes of Knottsville, revere taken to io;l.vaie to burial. i3 the guest of relatives. Mrs, Sallie Beard returned Friday flu Uncle Lum will hi greatly missed by his many friends. from Military Park, Fla., after a visit The Baptist Missionary Society with her son, Murray Beard. met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. D. C. Walls was in Owensboro, Robert Weathcrford. The meeting Thursday on business was very helpful to all present. The Miss Emma Willett of Cloveroort. scripture lesson which was found in is visiting Miss Louise Elder. . HARNED 40 -- MULES 40 Ten Extra nice grade yearling Polled Durham and Shorthorn heifers- The beSt collection of mules I have had in my pens his season are now irf my barn. I am making a special effort to interest Breckinridge County farmers in this lot. Two special reasons for this : --.First I know I have the kind that will give service. Secopd I know I have the. kind that will sell after the crop season is over. Why buy age and blemish mules which can only be sold to consumers. Buy Quality and Substance, the properties combined that will attract both are dealers and consumers. Where by giving you competition in values and guaranteeing you a market every day in the year. These mules must be sold at once. Your inspection invited. I have been favored with an immense business this season for which I am profoundly grateful. Every mule sold under a guarantee and must be as represented. Respectfully, One nearly pure bred Polled Durham Bull 6 months old. Pure Johnson County White Seed Corn, guaran, teed to grow. 150 Bushels Burt Oats $1.25 per bushel. Nice and clean and 2 weeks Earlier than Northern White Oats. ' W. J. OWEN & SONS Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 IT'S K'OT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS Kidney disease In no respecter of per- dlately. The soothing, healing oil stimsons. A iii uorlty of the till amlctlns ulates the kidneys, relieves Inflamma, pooplo tod.' i can be traced back to tions and destroys the germs which ; Wdnsy trohave caused It. Do not wait until to'e. ' Tht Jfldneu are the most Important morrowon Go to your druggist today and GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil ca'ana of the bo 'y. They are the Insist Capsules. In twenty-fou- r hours you fllterers, t' i purl;, a, ot your blood. ' returning Kidney dituase Ih muajly Indicated by should feel health and Vigor first teard and will bless tho day you lueple ioss. nervousness,, of COLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil. r tartness, ho. stomach trou-i despondency, badyou have After you feel bio, pain In loins and lower abdomen, yourself, continue that take one orcured two stones, ravel, rheumatism, sciatica, canaulea each day. toso as to in I'flrst-clas- s ind lumoatco condition and ward o tha All theso derangements are nature' 'danfreo- - of other attacks. signals to warn you that the kidneys Ask for the original imported CIOLD should use GOLD llonvy Three n'd help You Oil Capsules Imme- - MEDAL ifbrand. do not sizes, you. they help llaarlem funded ', PUBLIC SALE! Saturday March 15 1919 I will offer for sale on my farm 2 miles South of Cloverport 1 good 'work mule, 1 mule coming 1 year old; 1 mule coming 2 years old, 2 sets, of harness, 1 wagon and other farming implements. kn VIC ROBERTSON MRS. NORA LAIN MARCH, 12, 1919 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN PAGE f 3 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS BRECKINRIDGEBANK OF CLOVERPORT SECURITY EDWARD BOWNE. President SERVICE CONTENTMENT PAUL LEWIS. Cashier FISCAL COURT PROCEEDINGS Tour Nose Knows All smoking tobaccos use come flavoring. The Encyclopaedia Britannica cays about the manufacture of smoking tobacco, . . . on the Continent and in America certain 'sauces' are employed . . . the use of the 'saucea' is to improve the flavour and burning qualities of the leaves.' Tuxedo uses chocolate the purest, most, wholesome and delicious of all flavorings! Everybody likes chocolate we all know that chocolate added to anything as a flavoring always makes that thing still more enjoyable. That is why a dash of chocolate, added to the most carefully selected and properly aged burley tobacco, makesTu::edo more enjoyable "Your Nose Knows" -- Friends, Schemers, The accounts for drugs furnished I'ajSpers by Kincjieloe's r,i Si Pharmacy from Oct. I, 1917 to Oct 1. 1918 To Services due Dr. J. E. Kincheloe. as County Physician, for Paupers in Poor House and county SMI For Paupers in Poor House II .00 17.00 For Paupers in County To account of B. F. Heard & Co., for Merchandise furnished ISO 4 paupers at Poor House from Oct. 1. 1917 to Oct. 1. 1918 To account of William J. flail for keeping Poor House from 01 0.50 April 1, 1911 to October 1, 1918 To amount due commissioner C. M. Heston from October 100.00 1, 1917 to October 1. HUH is Your commissioner tiles herewith, as part of his report all bills accounts and which were presented to him for his approval and which has been approved Respectfully Submitted C. N. Heston, Pauper Commissioner. It is ordered that hte following claims be and they are hereby al- Fun and Extravagance Will Get It Unless You Put It Into the j BANK Friends are few. Those friends who borrow your money are in the same class with the schemer who n t enterprises. The tries to get you to invest it in to spend your money while you have it in Your Pocket is very great. Your Money is your "best friend." When it is in our bank it is Safe. No one wants his bank balance to grow wild-catem-tatio- smaller. Make Our bank Your bank SERVICE 'Our Aim Is To Please SAFETY Try This Test: Rub a little Tuxedo briskly in the palm of your hand to bring out its full aroma. Then smell it deep its delicious, pure fragrance will convince you. Try this test with any other tobacco and we will let Tuxedo stand or fall on your judgment "Your Nose Know" The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe end Cigarette Jm r.tjarnrrtced rrv IHQOI'OMTtB lowed: W. J. Piggott. President Claim itemized Dr. J. E. Kincheloe f ."). 00 J. M. Herndon, Vice President 4.00 Claim itemized Dr. J. E. Kincheloe , I. H. Gardner Claim itemized 3.00 IRVINGTON, 1315. 51 Claim itemized Kentucky Culvert Co., In Re County Bonds: , Came A. T. Beard, clerk of the county court, by his Deputy Herbert Hall, and reported 42 Bonds, which have been renewed at 5 per cent pursuant to order of this court, ntered April 3, 1918. It is ordered that said report be and is hereby approved whereupon the old Bonds were burned in open court. On Motion of D. C. Hron, and seconded by Esq. J. J. Keenan it is ordered and directed that W. J. Hall, be and he is hereby appointed for Of Cattle and Hog Breeders, Poor House Keepr for anothr term of two years, begining Jan. 1, 1919. Chicken Raisers, Live Stock Onmo tion duly made seconded and carried it is ordered that court adjourn until 9:00 o'clock tomorrow morning. and Tobacco Dealers Regular Term Of The Breckinridge Fiscal Court, October, 30, 1918. At a regular term of the Breckinridge county Fiscal Court, conof Breckinridge tinued and held in and for Breckinridge County at the court house in County Hardinsburg, on Wednesday, October 30, 1918. Present Hon. S. B. Payne, Presiding Judge of Breckinridge Fiscal Court, and the following named Justices of the Peace: Esq. Robbins, Esq. Hall Farm Keenan, Esq. Heron, Esq. Howard, Esq. Bennett, and Esq. McCoy, being all of the Justices in commission in Breckinridge county. Glen Dean, Ky. On motion duly made seconded and carried, it is ordered that the Poland minutes be and they are hereby accepted and approved as read for tha pre- Polled Durham Cattle. vious days business: Short Horn China Hogs. Came Mrs. R. T. Dempster, and presented claim for $12.50 for medCattle. Hampshire Sheep ical service, rendered by her dec. husband, R. T. Dempster, for services renderd in 1903, which had prviously been allowed but not presented for Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Pairs payment. Now upon motion duly made and seconded and carried it is orderPast Five Years ed that said claim be and it is hereby allowed and that a new warrant be issued in lieu of the old presented. In Re: Home New Statutes: W. A OWES A MIS, PriirUtwt On motion duly made, seconded and carried it is ordered that the Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 county court Clerk, make investigation as to when a new and complete issue of the Kentucky Statutes will be issued and he is hereby ordered to Poland China Hogs a Specialty requisition a complte volume for each magistrate. In Re FIRST STATE BANK J. C. Payne. Cashier J. D. Lyddan, Asst. Cashier KENTUCKY. DIRECTORY Let s Get Acquainted One of the most important things in purchasing an article is to know exactly what you are buying. TJhen the next thing is to know the place from whence it came, whether Planters Stock Valley Stock Farm Bridge Paint: On motion duly made, seconded and carried it is ordered and directed that there be and is purchased by the county 2 Bbl. of Bridge Paint, same being purchased from Sherwin-WilliaPaint Co., at a price of $1.50 per gallon and sufficient sum of money is hereby appropriated to pay for m Polled Durham Cattle that store handles the class of merchandise you want or not. There is only one way of finding out this information, and it is by ORCHARD HOME FARM Proprietor getting acquainted. We take this of op- same. In Re County Road Engineer: Came W. E. Carrigan, acting county road engineer, and read in open court, his annual repoA of all his actings and disbursements, made by him, which report in full is filled herewith, which was approved accepted and ordered filled which is now done accordingly. In Re Claim by W. S. Ball: On motion duly made, seconded and carried it is directed that W. S. Ball, County Atty., be and he is hereby allowed the sum of $4!.o0 for rent and Janitor's service, for 7 months, $7.00 per month. In Re Hardinsburg & Gartield Pike: On motion duly made seconded, and carried it is ordered that the court stand by its order as entered on the 1st. day of this term ordering Smith & Crahan, Contractors on the Hardinsburg & Garfield Pike, to immediately quit work on said pike. In1 Re: Bids for Hardinsburg Sc Garfield Pike: On motion of Esq. J. M. Howard, seconded by Esq. J J. Keenan, it is ordered and directed that the county court clerk of Breckinridge county be and he is hereby directd to advrtise for bids, to complete the construction of the Hardinsburg ft Garfield Pike, from Hardinsburg to Garfield, a distance of X miles, same to be constructed acording to plans and specifications on file in the County Judge's office, said Bids to be sealed Bid and in the hands of the county court clerk, of Breckinridge county, Ky., not later than 1.' :00 o'clock noon, Saturday November, 10, l'JIS. All bidders will be required to comply with the law in submitting bids and accompany their bids with certified check for the sum of $,vm.o i as a guarantee of good faith. This court reserves the right to reject any and all bids submitted. A Yea and Nay vote being taken resulted as follows: Esq. Robins, Yea; Esq. J. J. Keenan, Yea: McCoy, Yea J. M. Howard. Yea On motion duly made and seconded and carried, it is ordered and directed that W E. Carigan, acting County Road Engineer, tie and he is hereby authorized to continue the construction of the Hardinsburg Si Garfield Pike, pending the acceptance of Bids for construction of said Pike G. P. MAYSEY. HKEEDER OF Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Hardinsburg. Ky.. Route 2. Your carelessness may cost a life You carry fire insurance cf course. If you burn out you'll got your insurance money. But what do you lose? Far more than any policy cart repay valuables that can not be replaceda human life, maybe. This agency has more than sound insurance to offer you. It has a service a means of preventing fires, worked out by the Hartford Fire Insurance Company. It costa you rotfrinft Lett 04 explain fc. THE HOWARD J. M. HOWARD & FARMS SON. Prop. Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep portunity viting you to get thoroughly acquainted with us and our line of merchandise, consisting of DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, NOTIONS. LIGHT HARDWARE, ETC. in- Glen Dean, Hardinsburg, Dealers in - Ky. S. M. HAYNES Successor PAUL COMPTON & BRO. Agents GENERAL INSURANCE Beard Bros. Ky. to T. A. & Garfield, Ky. GRAY SON Hardinsburg, Kentucky. Live Stock and Tobacco C. Grain, Provisions DAILY MARKET LETTER PRIVATE WIRES DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... V. ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. UGALEK IN High-Cla- DENTIST Office Hun: f.-'- Aiwajr lu uWce tlurluit office bourn Irviigtai, Kj. OUR CLIENTELE GROWS Not Upon Promises, But Upon Performances. We are Pioneers in Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Prompt Deliveries. 625-62- 7 In Business Since 1835. THE TEAS DALE COMPANY Walnut St., Cincinnati, Ohio. There Is Something In The Want Column Of Interest To You on November, IB, 1918. Member Chicago Board of Trade On motion duly made, seconded and carried it is ordered that W. S. Ball, County Atty. be and he is hereby appointed and designated by this T WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT MY STABLES LOUISVILLE, KY. cqurt to act an conjunction with W. E. Carrigan, Acting County Road Engineer and to audit all bills, counter sign and approve all acounts in cured iu the construction of the Hardinsburg & Garfield Pike, and to fix a WEBSTER STOCK FARM H. 6. NORTON. Owui wage scale for all labor employed on said work. It is ordered and directed that the following Justices of the Peace Fanner, Feeder and Dealer in be and they are hereby allowed their per diein: All Kinds of Live Stock. Esq. Robbins, 3 days, at $4.00 $12.00 Webster, Kentucky. Esq. Keenan, 3 days, at 4.00 1200 Esq. McCoyk 3 days, at 4.00 12.00 Plge Sired By Son of World's Cham, Esq. Howard, 3 days, at 4 oo 1200 plons Out of Sows 8ired By Me. State Esq. Heron, 3 days, at 4.00 12.00 Fair Grand Champion. Esq. Bennett, 3 days, 12.00 at 4.00 PRICE REASONABLE On motion duly made, seconded and carried, it is ordered and dir G. N. Lyddan ected that court adjourn, finally. On motion duly made, seconded and carried it is ordered that A. R Kincheloe, be and he is heheby allowed th sum of $10.00 for t days ser vices a County Attorney, Pro Tern. Iwington, Ky. OTTER POND, KY. (.Signed) S. B. Payne, J. B. C, -: Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. ss E. H. Morgan & Co. Poland Chinas For Sale Park Place Farmer and Feeder M. P. BROWN J9jg THE BRECKEHRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY MARCH, 12, 1919 MM 3 .Anniversary Gift Wc arc going tq give xn Anniversary present to our oldest man and woman customer- Come in and register your age and at the end of the sale wc will send a nice gift to the man and woman wc find to be our oldest customers. - -- n j t V 99 I A Good Comparison Compare Our Anniversary Sale prices with Mail Order Catalogs. You will scethc wisdom of buying at our Anniversary Sale. Yotfsec the goods before you pay for them. . I M-bEflR- D HARDINS-DUR- KENTUCKY-- 8 (Si 1866 Monday, 17th G -- Anniversary Sale Until March 22nd FIFTY-THRE- E 1919 Thursday, 20th 1000 pds; of sugar 14 pds. for An 8 Day Celebration Beginning March 14ttf and Lasting yds., percale dress pattern $1.59 " Tuesday, 18th Galvanized, red band ets GOc years ago, Benjamin Franklin Beard, Green Beard and Nathaniel Hcnsley started the little store on the site where B. F. Beard & Co-- , is now located. The firm was Beard & Hensley in those days and no doubt there are many in the county who can well remember when the little store , was opened and who knew well the pioneers of this business. have ever tried to follow the business ideals, of the founders, iaiways striving to give "Quality First" and trying to be a real service in our community. We. to-da- $1.00 Sale starts at 11 o'clock buck- y Friday, 21st 500 bars of Clean-Eas- y Soap 2 for 5c. 150 prs. canvas work gloves 5c a pair 10c Sale starts at 11 o'clock anniversary with this great 8 day Anniversary Sale, giving our We are celebrating our fifty-thir- d fricntls and customers the greatest values possible. We have scoured the market for you and you will find fresh new Spring goods at prices that will open your eyes. These prices quoted are for cash only. Please do not ask us to charge for you at these Anniversary Sale prices. Wednesday, 19th 7 Saturday, 22nd Ladies' black hose per pair yds. calico dress pattern 79c Spring Opening Ladies'. Hats, Coats and Suits, Friday and Saturday, March 14 and 15 Longcloth tor Summer Underwear fine summer underwear, such as gowns, chemise, petti$1.79 coats. Also children's underwear. 10 yd. bolts only. For1 10-- 4 9-- 17c Anniversary Sale of Ginghams Kalburnic Zephyr Ginghams Pretty dress Ginghams '.. Gingham effects (You've been paying 21c for these) Pepperell Sheeting "Look at these Sheeting Specials' Bleached Sheeting- Bleached Sheeting..... 10-- 4 Unbleached Sheeting. 4 Unbleached Sheeting. 30 in. Bleached Pillow Tubing, 4 9-- 38c yd. 24c and 29c 14jc yd. ..66c -- yd. 29c yd. . Percales 30 in. light and dark 21c yd. Percales 20 in. light and dark .....24c, Maxie Lawns, pretty .patterns .47c . Lovcl) sheer voiles Milan tissue (a new thing) 55c 32c Mercerized Pongette And other lovely new wash goods too numerous to mention. Hoosier Cotton 15c Per Yard Something else that all'good house-keepecan't get without. There will be no danger of its not selling. rs ng x Hope Cotton 19c 59c yd. 59c yd. 56c yd ..37c yd. Per Yard The Cotton thot is indispen-sibl- e for alb You will want all you can get at this price. house-keeper- s. Summer Draperies lvanhoe Scrims and Marquisettes 24c to 39c a yd. I I Buy Blankets' Now! Before we put tomers a last low prices. $(5.75 Blankets $8.75 Blankets $5.00 Blankets $3.75 Blankets away our blankets we are giving our cuschance to buy them at these ridiculously at at at at $4.15 $6.45 $3.05 $2.45 Anniversary .Sale Items of Interest to Every Man in the County , Good Alabama shirting at Silk socks, several colors, 3 pair for Summer Union Suits $1.75 values to $3.00 at. Starched cuff shirts values to $3.00 at Spring Woolens at Anniversary Prices and $1.50 all Wool' Serge at. .:. $2.50 fine all Wool Serge at $2.50 all Wool Rep,' alfcolors at. $1-2- 5 - ..$1.00 :. .1 ... -. .r. r27c,yd. $2.00 , - $2.19 ..$2.19 98c- 98c Colored Wash Goods Frovide for your summer, needs of colored wash goods at these Anniversary Sale prices. New Hats, New Suits, New Ties, everything new in mens' N wear. Quilt Coverings New Patterns. in";Reliance quilt coverings 41754c Extra Specials in Rugs 3 2 2 3 White Goods for Graduation ..$36.95 ..$29.85 ..$25.45 ; Kabo Corsets Reduced The ideal corset for comfort and durability. It can be fitted, a only Axministers . . 2' only Nepperham only Mandr, tapestry.. to the large woman as well as the slender one and will give smart trim figure, Extra specials of $5 00 for. :. .$3.05 'only Brussels.. ony "Crex" rugs .'. $11.48 New white goods for graduation frocks, first communion dresses and all summer needs. Get them at Anniversary-Sal' Prices. 29c Transparent organdie 89c Finest quality organdie... : : 29c . ..... Sheer white- voile .'. 39c . . Fresh, crisp fl axons.......... - ' - Grocery Specials Pumpkin 3 pound (big) can pumpkin Anniversary price He Peaches 3 pound (big) can Peaches 30c Anniversary price Tomatoes 3 pound (big) can tomatoes 16c Anniversary price. Hominy 3 pound (big) can hominy 11c Anniversary price . See Our Big Sugar. Special for Thursday, 20th Specials in Ladies' Vests Special in Ladies Knit Sleeveless Vests 14c Mr. Farmer! These Specials Are For You -- Values in Comforts . Broom Specials Extra Special 24 pound, 4 .tie broom at..: I59c We have 13 comforts which we do not want to carry until another season. They were 20 per cent below market price at regular prices. jLL-- J; only $5.00 Comforts 8 only $0.00 and $0.'50.v.....l These prices should sell 'em quick. 5 ........ l.....-.$3.9- .$2.95 5 -. .- , Kitchen Cabinets Kitchen Cabinets at i: $21.75 Little Chick Corn 25c can Little Chick corn Anniversary price 20c Rug Spfecials only 9x12 2 only 9x12 2 onlyv9xl2 2 only 9x12 3only 9x12 3 See our big Sugar Special for Thursday the 20th Sauer-kraut New Orleans Molasses , Open Kettle New Orleans Molasses...... fife. Axminister, Nepperham's,- .Manon Tapestry, Brusels "Crex" M4 $36.95 $21.85 $24.45 $22.95 .$11.48 ' pound can Old Mammy 10c brand sauer-krau- t3 See Our BigtSugar Special for Thursday, 20th Seed Potatoes Triumph, Early Rose, Ohio, $135 bu Burbanks at Salt Ohio Riyer Salt at $8.25 bbl Tobacco Canvass Tobacco Canvass atSjci gone. ' Vulcan Axes with handles $1,59 without handles ...$1.99 Disc Harrows J. L. Case Disc Harrow (three only) 10x18 worth $4?,50 for $31.00 8x18 worth $45.00 for $90.00 8x10 worth $42.00 for $tT.50 Vukaa Chilkd Plow Vulcan Chilled plpws no, 11 and12 vajues $21. and $22. , for $11. and $17 yd-unt-