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The Breckenridge news: April 2, 1919 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1919 brc1919040201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: April 2, 1919 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r If THI2 BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. i -- mmftJO Year; 50c for 4 Months ;,75c for 6 Months. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2,1919 $150 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 8 Months. No. 40 8Pagcs ID 00ST THE OHIO RIVER ROUTE (RY LOAN TO Freight Trains Will Have Through Runs. ANOTHER GOOD Prominent Hardinsburg Couple Elope. Bcgining Sunday, March 30, all of the freight trainj over the L. H. & an mt mi IU A1U.W If WWCX7a St. L. R. R. will make through J. D, Starks Instigator In Getis Expected to be the Last runs from Howell to Louisville. Beting, The Hawesville Buffalo fore this, the trainmen were cut out One Undertaken By Govt. Wallow Road Repaired. here at the local shops and a new "Th 6th Liberty Loan Drive, which crew relieved them but from now on The good roads fever is having a be known as the Victory Liberty they will have a through run and will regular epidemic in this part of the eaither be laid over in Louisville or country. If it takes hold of its vicIl Will ttLLUl UIILK LU tt OtUlUlilStllk tims as tenaciously and results in as j- r VriMn Howell. t. mi. i... rvThis new ruling makes a vast dif- much good as the "flu" epidemic has ference in Cloverport as several of the resulted in sorrow and woe, there is Monaav. Anru -- ist. win last tnree engineers own their homes here, in doubt but that in a year or so bad fact all of the trainmen composed a roads will be a thing of the past Cloverport. large part of the male population here Another good roads meeting which as they were in and out so frequently. lis is expected to be the last lib- change will affect very seriously, is to be a big day is the one Mr. J. D. ... .1 y 'iuiu unuciiuKcii i... uic uuvciii- - The uy the ' boarding and rooming house Starks is instigator of. Mr. Stark says the road near Buffalo Wallow which rate of interest have not yet been business. leads to Hawesville is in a dangerous M T condition, and repairs cannot be made It. on it too quickly or else it will be This issue of Government liberty scene of some horrible acident one of .. . -H m tunica .. win .. luuaiak ui aiiui . . these days. It is near to be being pjINAPRIL t a 21, ROADMEETING irri Miss Clara H. Beard, age IS, and Mr. David Drane Davis, 18 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Davis of BIG MEETING TO BE IN . -- Hardinsburg, motored to Cannelton, Sunday afternoon, March 23 and were married: The young couple were accompanied by Miss Mona Hall and Mr. Paul Garner who witnessed the ceremony. Tlte bride is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Beard of Hardinsburg, and a member of a prominent family in the county. Mr. and Mrs. Davis will make their home in Hardinsburg. CLOVERPORT APRIL 3 Good Roads Enthusiasts Will Make Plans for Federal Highway Representatives From Seven Counties Will Attend This Meeting Good roads enthusiasts from Un ion, Henderson, Daviess, Hancock, Breckinridge, Meade and Jefferson counties are making great preparations to attend the good roads meeting held in Cloverport, Thursday, April 3, in interest of the proposed highway from Owensboro to Louisville taking in the river road, and to be called the Ohio River Route. Along with these represena-tive- s will be Mr. Rodman Wiley, State Road Commissioner, from Frankfort; Judge G. W. Newman of Hancock County; Judge S. B. Payne of Breckinridge, and many other State and comity officials. Besides there will be a large delega tion from Louisville Automobile Club. getting it. The road is to be built through State and Federal Aid. For every 23 cents the citizens subscribe the State and Government will give in 75 NEW STANDARDS IN JUDGING CARS By O. L. Black, t, I 1 LARGE CANNERY Motor Sales Co., Inc. Auliurn cents. Mr. I C 1 f. - ! i j. : L. . TO BE OPERATED Jour Liberty Loan drives. (Secretary Glass has authority, in fiac inr4a nr1tl tlia lief tliKaa IaH 1 a- -1 1 m rrrrsr nn By The Owensboro Products Co., 1,150 Acres From Cloverport To Stanley To Be I 11 .JJ!i! a r rr. . nowcvcr, iL- nnn Grown In Tomatoes. bu.u.oio.uuu; uic ruic ui I C -- r i nnnns is .iimupn ii v to 4JJ per cent. Moreover, they taxes, and it is thought that n anr . nt chnrt.trm nntpc will rp. 3, Under the Bond Act of March given authority to issue short- notes to the amount of $7,000,- Hp nln. line nuthnrirv tn nnil i the conditiohs and rate of in terest more attractive than the 4J4 T Assumes Her Work Again. luha Wroe. particulary her admiring little pupils were, happy to see her at her work as .primary teacher in the Cloverport ;Pblic, school, on Monday morning after an absence of three weeks of The friends of Miss '. tnn;ilim r .nr.. r. During Miss ... - Wroe's , illness, her In connection with the $40,000 feed department of the Owensboro Products Company, which is a new plant that will begin operating April 25 in the former Rock Spring Distilling plant, Owensboro a cannery will be installed too and the Company has placed an order for 100,000 five gallon cans for canning tomato pulp. This Company has contracted for l,15o acres of land between Cloverport and Stanley on both sides of the Ohio River, which will be grown in tomatoes, and the tomatoes will be shipped on barges. The company will can only the pulp in the five gallon cans and sell to factories' which will make the pulp into catsup and retail products. It is adjudged 150 people will be on the in the canning department. Machinery is being ordered to operate the canning department and it is expected to arrive about June 1 and to be installed and ready for work in earnest at' the begining of the tomato season in July. pay-ro- ll impassible. So Mr. Stark has set apart April 10 as a good road meeting day for the 'people of that neighborhood and all 'others who traverse this road and are anxious to see it improved. Mr. Stark has made the invitation a general one, and he asks that the men bring, their pick and shovels along with their dinner pail. In fact they may bring any kind of tools to work with except post- - hole diggers. "But there is no use for those, we have enough holes in the road," said Mr. Stark. Mr. Stark is planning to have a little play mingled with the work, and at the noon' hour hour he will have a speaker or two arid probably some music if the latter can be had. It wjll be a day full of good work and a wholesome good time s? Mr. Stark urges that all come who wjll and be there at 8 o'clock. Remember the date, April .10! The road, Hawesville and Buffalo Wallow! Meeting place. Hamilton House, 2 miles from Cloverport at seven o'clock. Citizens of Cloverport, who are interested, and of course every one is interested, should attend this meeting in person or send a represenative. This road will open up a good section of the 'county and attract many good citizens to this place. till it hurts. Help-Help-He- lp With the tremendous increase in the use of the automobile has come a decided change in the attitude of the purchasing public. A decade or two ago, buyers were often influenced by considerations which seem immaterial. Some sought the most expensive car, some the heaviest, some the machine which had achev-c- d the highest speed in the most recent races. Since the automobile has become an everyday necessity, rather, than a novelty and a toy, standards have changed. Experience has taught the motorist that price is riot always an accurate indication of quality, that heavy cars mean undue expense in upkeep, and that the car which gains speed supremacy in the abnormal test of a race is not necessarily the best car adapted to the normal requirements of the average man. High price, excess weight and racing speed then, have been generally discarded as criteria. The new standards are economy in price, economy in operation and beauty in design. I believe that the success of a car in the future will depend upon its conformity to these demands. It is a source of pleasure' to me, therefore, to know that the Auburn Beauty-Si- x meets with the requirements of the most exacting. For nineteen years, the genius of the Auburn "engineers has been on Page 8 to-da- y Women To Serve' Lunch. Chas Hamman, Cloverport's former Mayor, is taking and active interest in the meeting and he heads the Entertainment Committee. Mr. Hamman has solicited the help of the women in serving the 12 o.'clock lunch at the Masonic banquet hall to all the visitors. The lunch will be free of course. Meeting in the Bushman Theatre. In the afternoon, a meeting will be held in the Bushman Theatre where Rodeman Wiley, State Road Commissioner, and others will talk on the proposed highway. A special program of the day's speakers has not been arranged, but if the day is at all favorable more than likely the meeting will be held out of doors. Where everyone can see and hear what's going on. direct-Continu- ed Undergoes Operation For Appendicitis. . jtrriv Miss Lora Springate of Falls of Sir. and Mrs. Winfield Pate have Rough, Ky., is in the Deaconess Hosceived a message from their son. pital in Louisville, where she was ops xi. raie staling nis arrival in erated on for appendicitis on March 1G. Her friends will be pleased to t ivnrcr wnfininirrnn with Tn. nc. know that she is convalescing rapidly. in Co. 14G9. Miss Springate is 16 year old dauPvt. Pate was sent to Camp Mer- - ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Springate tr atin will tret Inc HicrltfirrrA f rn m and she is also correspondent for The Breckenridge News. I I wirn i n caeuaia. PROPOSED HIGHWA Y FROM HENDER-- . SON T LOUISVILLE TO BE KNOWN AS THE OHIO RIVER ROUTE Jno. P Haswell, Jr., Seeks To Get Route Through this County, Lou. Auto Club Anxious For It Too. Mr. Jno. P. Haswell, Jr., of Louis ville, but whose interests have never entirely been severed from his native it will be necessary for each of these counties to guarantee one-fourth Daviess County citizens, particularly from Owensboro, are going to have a large representation. Judge C, W. Wells called a mass meeting Tuesday night at the court house in Owensboro in interest of this meeting, and he urged the people from that section to attend. It is expected that the farmers of this community will all be here as the road will mean much tof them. Hawesville is pulling for the highway to come through, there, and Judge Newman was instrumental in getting up this meeting. It is generally anticipated by those most interested in Cloverport's future progress, that Thursday, April will be sort of a happy reminder of the good old days when Masonic barbecues were in vogue and the streets were thronged with strange faces of men, women and children, out for a good time. Only on Thursday, the faces of women and children will probably be conspiciously absent, for it happens that this is to .be a thoroughly business meeting and strenous efforts will be made by business and professional men, farmers and men in all works of life, to plan the proposed highway from Owensboro to 11, DIRECTORS FOR VICTORY LOAN Announced By Mrs. R. B. County Chairman. Several Are Mc-Glothl- an, Mrs. R. B. McGIothan of Irvington who has been Breckinridge County Chairman of the Woman's organization in the Victory Loan Campaign, announces the directors of the various departments to be: Director of Sales, Miss Mary McGavock, Cloverport; Director of Publicity, Miss Mildred D. Babbage, PROFITABLE MANAGEMENT OF YOUR ESTATE jg. The important requirements for economically and profitably performing this service are: 1. Comprehensive business experience. 2Absolute relibahty in carrying out your wishes. 3. Business Proven good judgement in dealing with the countless kinds of legal problems incident to the man- - t mm Broad knowledge of markets for buying and sell- fing securities to the best advantage. 5. Continual and perpetual service for execution trusts, without interruption by vacations, sickness or , death. 6. A well equipped organization for handling details, holding securities in safe keeping, and giving advice and to aid to heirs. Let us tell you how we meet these requirements, and about our Trustee Service. 4. TRUST DEPARTMENT TIm Bank of Hardinsburg & ITRBNOTH' ' Trust Go. SAFETY SERVICE sends The Breckenridge letter from Mr. Eugene Stuart, Secretary of the Louisville Automobile Club, and who addresses Mr. Haswell in regard to the highway from Louisville to Henderson, now under construction and to be known as the Ohio River Route. Mr. Haswell in his own letter says this in speaking of the highway: "Some weeks ago I took up with the Louisville Automobile Club the matter of building a highway from Louisville to Owensboro through the counties of Meade, Breckinridge and Hancock, and afterward the matter was brought to tlfe attention of Mr. Wiley by Judge Moorman and myself, As a result Mr. Wiley, the Commisioner of Public Roads, has agreed to designate this proposed, road as a Federal Aid Project and fix the route through the counties of Meade, Breckinridge and Hancock. This means that the Federal Government and the State Government will, pay of the cost of this road provided that the counties of Meade, Breckinridge and Hancock will pay of the cost of building the road through the respective .counties But before the road can be legally authorized by the Commisioner, News a three-fourt-one-fourth county, The enthusiasm over the meeting is not just among those who are comCounty. ing here Thursday, but the people of "I trust that you will give Mr. this place are greatly enthused, and Stuart's letter the widest publicity the men who are pushing the plans and that the public sentiment in are quite hopeful that the road will the County will support this procome through this way. position and that this road will ' The business men held a meeting, be built this year." x Saturday night and dfscussed the Following is Mr. Stuart's letter: highway. Mr. Paul Lewis, Cashier "My dear Judge Haswell: I of the Breckiuridge-Ban- k of Cloverwish to remind you of our conport, says that subscriptions from versation of several weeks ago local citizens may be safely estimated relatives to the highway 'from to the amount of $8,000. Louisville to Owensboro thru the A great deal is depending on the counties of 'Meade, Breckinridge farmers of this community. If they and Hancock. arc in favor of having the road and "You will be interested to will consent to pay $3.0o an acre on their land, there will be no trouble Continued on Page 8 of the cost of the road through it; in other words, Breckinridge county will pay of the cost of building the through Breckinridge road county. "It seems to me that the people of each of these three counties will desire the immediate building of this road and that public sentiment will support the Fiscal .Courts in providing a sufficient sum for this purpose. It would certainly show a lack of business capacity and public spirit for .this project to fail. Every dollar of this money will be spent in t these counties and it means that for each twenty-fiv- e cents Breckinridge county expends the State and Federal Government will expend seventy-fiv- e cents. After the road is built it will be kept up at the expense of the Federal and State Government, and without cost to Breckinridge one-fourth Cloverport; Distribution of Supplies, Miss Angie Gibson, Irvington; Dir ector of Speakers, Mrs. W. J. Piggott, Irvington. The last two named ser ved in the same capacity in the Fourth Liberty Loan. Mrs. McGlothlan also named the committees to act under these directors, and whose names will be published in next week's issue of The Breckenridge News. SEALED BIDS. The County Board of Education will meet in the office of the County Superintendent at Hardinsburg on Monday, May 19, 1919 for the pur pose of receiving bids for the erection of school houses. Louisville. It is not likely that the visitors will One house to be built at Hardins, number into the thousands as in Div. 2, Subdiscrict 0, three miles from barbecue times, but there is no doubt Cloverport. One house to be built at Hazel Dell but what there will be a large crowd here, and Cloverporters are going to Div. 2, Subdistrict 3, three miles from dress up in their best "bib and tuck- Sample. Plans and specifications are now er," close up shop, if necessary, and go out to meet them with a grand on file in the office of the County Superintendent of Schools at Hardand glorious welcome. insburg, or will be mailed upon re Cloverporters Enthused quest. All bids must be sealed and accom panied by a certified check for S100 to guarantee performance of contract, and must be filed in. this office not later than l:oo o'clock P. M. on Mon day, May 19, 1019. J. Raleigh Meador, Supt, Breckinridge county Schools. His Daddy's In Europe. A fine little son, named Floyd Nevitt Carter will be waiting with his mother to. welcome Corp. Floyd Carter upon his return home from France whenever that time may come. Master Carter arrived on April 1st, 10U), at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Fladge Carter on the Pike. PAOft i THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY will Join Mr. Darnell who is in service for the U. S. Government. L ,D, Bishoff suffered severe bruisMrs. P. M. Heard is visiting her es in a motor car acident at Straw daughter, Miss Virginia Deard and berry last week. Judge S. B. Payne and Mrs. Payne other relatives in Louisville Mr. Philip Watlington, who has of Hardinsburg, spent Sunday with been attending school at Lexington, Mr, and Mrs. A. T. Drane. Mrs, Dranc and son, Lcroy Evans motorreturned home Monday. ed home witji them. Miss Martinc Monarch of Kirk is Miss Florence Akcrs who is atvisiting her aunt, Mrs. T. J. Hook and tending St. Joseph's academy at Mr Hook. Owcnsboro will spend Easter with Mr. McMurtry Pate of Louisville, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Akwas the guest of relatives the week crs. end. Mrs. R. L. Stcamakcr and Miss Mathias Hook has returned from Mabel Adkins left Tuesday for HenGreensboro, Ala., after a visit with derson to attend annual 'Missionary his brother, Howard Hook and Mrs society. Hook. George Mussclman of Louisville, with Mr. and Mrs. Geo E. Bess and L. D. Jones were spent the week-en- d in Irvington, Thursday attending the John Muschuan. sale of Jonas Lyons. PERMANENT DENTIST Father Knue of McQuady was here Thursday on business. Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Miss Elizabeth Ann Hendrick has returned from Louisville 'after a visit Office with relatives. MASONIC BUILDING Mr. Samuel Mcador and sister, Miss Nannie J. Meador of Kingswood were Hardinsburg, Ky. guests of their uncle, the week-en- d H. J. Robards and Mrs. Robards. ' V. R. Moorman was in Louisville (Continued from ' NOTICE! The 2!3 acre farm, which belongs to the heirs of Samuel A. Robertson, deceased, and which is located mile cast of Lodiburg, in Breckinridge county Ky., and adjoins the Walnut Grove Baptist Church Lot, will be sold at public auction at one-fourth HARDINSBURG lit week) Merchandise That is Merchandise Our Millinary Department is now filled with the latest Spring Creations. 1 Wc meet competition on any thing hc family uses. . t LODIBURG, KY., SATURDAY, APRIL 5, at 1 o'clock p. m. We follow the market and give you merchan- disc as low as any store. Wc have no other inducements to make only a square deal and merchandise at the lowest ! ; 1919 ? . m.'- This is a splendid farm of 293 acres and has a good 2 story residence, containing 7 rooms ; two stock barns, one 40x20, the other 45x20; one good tobacco barn, 50x50. It is well watered with ponds, springs and two cisterns. It is fairly well fenced and in a fair state of cultivation. This is a good productive farm, contains 75 or 80 acres of good timber. The land and timber will be sold separately. The timber consists of red oak, white oak and black oak-- ' The timber will be sold for cash and the farm on G and 12 months time. Purchaser to execute good notes, with a lien retained on the farm to secure their payment. Timber is to be removed within three years from date of sale. Title furnished. is good and a . Something new in styles and prices all the time. Come and See Me , Saturday. Miss Eliza Miller has returned home from Louisville after several weeks stay. Mr. Willie Gardner of Fisher is Mr. and visiting his grand-parentMrs. P. J. Garner. Mr. John Nculing of Louisville,' guest of W. T. was the week-en- d ' Mattingly and family. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dejamett and k guests son, Byron were the of Mrs. Dejarnett's brother, Richard Adkisson who is seriously ill at his home. Franklin Beard, who has been in Louisville several days has returned home. Noah Finlcy has accepted a position with B. F. Beard & Co. G. R. Watlington and John Wats, mid-wee- I B. RICHARDSON GARFIELD, KY Million Dollars I To Loan On Breckinridge County Farms By The Federal Land Bank of Louisville at OUR CLIENTELE GROWS Not Upon Promises, But Upon Performances. We are Pioneers in 5J2 per cent Interest Dry Cleaning and Dyeing Prompt Deliveries. 625-62- 7 In Business Since 1835. Cincinnati, Ohio. Ask THE TEASDALE COMPANY Walnut St., General Warranty deed will be JOHN F. KNUE McQuady, Ky. lington spent the burg. week-en- d in Lodi- S. W. BASSETT Administrator SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of THE Rita Petroleum Company Incorporated Is Organized Under the Laws of the State of Kentucky. All of Its legal affairs have been passed on and approved by Walter Huffaker, Attorney. Tin' lease lias been carefully gone over by one of Kentucky's most successful oil operators, and locutions for wells selected at (be most advantageous and economical points, and we are ready to contract for sinking our test wells In what is considered one of the best locations In Eastern Kentucky, in Owsley County, between two wet pis wells which Indicate that an oil pool is near. This company is organized without any promotion stock. Every dollar paid In for stock goes for the henellt of the company. The Rita Petroleum Co. owns a lease on the left fork of Buffalo Creek, in Ownsley County, Ky., and Is capitalized at .fjr.,(iOO. Has no preferred stock, bonds or debts of any kind. If It hits the pool a moderate Investment will make you Independent. l!()0-acr- e Breckinridge County J. W. Jones of Vanzant is visiting his family. Miss Marcclla Brown of North Madison, Ind., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Withers and children of Kirk were the Sunday her aunt, Mrs. G. G. Hen i guests of drick and Mr. Hendrick. R. R. Compton was in Louisville, Sunday the guest of his brother, Paul Compton and family. Mrs. R. I. Stephenson and children are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Bosley in Chenault. . John Walker was the guest of his grand-parentMr. and Mrs, J. D. Beeler of Kirk the week-ens, d. 1 inere is tiometnin? in ne want uoiumn ut interest to zou - nor DC hoe 5 ioi c HOI )CZ3QIZ3fol The Greatest of Them All i Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep. Have won 1000 Hililions Do you get up at night? Sanol is surely the best of all kidney or bladder troubles. Sanol gives relief in 24 hours from all backache and bladder troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed remedy. SOc and $1.00 a bottle at the drug store. Head and Shoulders cAbdbe the Crowd Stands Thomas A Edison . ".Head and shoulders" above the crowd of ordinary , . phonographs and "talking machines" stands Edison's great contribution to the world's enjoyment. at State Fairs in Past Five Years IRVINGTON (Continued from last week) THE . NEW DIAMOND JHE Mrs. Dell Lashbrook, Owenslioro has been the guest of .Mrs. Nora SONS, Propietors Board. Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Mrs. Luther Wilson spent ThursPoland China Hogs a Specialty day in Hardinsburg. Polled Durham Cattle Mr. and Mrs. George Board spent the week-en- d with .Miss Essie KenORCHARD HOME FARM dall at Webster. Mrs. G. L. Brady has returned from G. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor Louisville, where she visited her dauBreeder of ghter Mrs. G. T. McCoy. Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Mrs. Evan Pusey of California, who has been the guest of her mothHardinsburg, Ky., Route 2. er, Mrs. Mary Munford left Monday HOWARD FARMS for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Edwin Taylor of St. Louis. J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. Mrs. Milliard Biggs of Louisville, Shorthorn Cattle, Duroc Hogs and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Hampshire Sheep B. Biggs. -: -: Glen Dean, Ky. M. C. Green is visiting his parents W. J. OWEN & ::- Valley Home Stock Farm AMBEROLA No product can be bigger than the brain that evolves No other brain in the world today has the inventive ability of Edison's. That fact alone is sufficient proof of the absolute superiority of the Amberola. it.. I But the Amberola and easily prove its O'w n s uperiority. Its tone oh, what a revelation compared to metallic "talking machines" g and can" quickly shrill-soundin- at Spottsvillc. with Our Stock Sells For $1.00 Per Share therefore, If you have And only $10,000 Is offered, ?.r)0, .$100 speculation. If this appeals to you, you must act at once. Order by wire or long distance at our expense. or more, we Invite you to Join uh in this sane, conservative Rita Petroleum Company Incorporated .506 Republic LOUISVILLE, Building KY. WALTER 8. ADAMS, President PHONES Main 1659. City 2190 her 'daughter, Miss Marcella Lyons in Louisville. .Dr. W.- B. Taylor has purchased Dealera in John Akers lot on Maple St. ConsidLIVE STOCK AND eration $1000, he expects to build a TOBACCO residence this summer. Rev. T. N. Williams and daughter, Miss Juanita Williams, Louisville were guests of Prof. H. R. Kirk and Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs. Kirk the past week-enDealer In Mesdames Virgil Brite, R. L. s Horses, .Mules, Fine SadA. T.. Adkins, W. J. Piggott, dle and Harness Horses. D. C. Heron, Misses Nell Smith, MabIt will pay you to visit my Stables el and Nell Adkins, Messrs. Hubert Lyon, J. M, Hcmdon and Carl Adkins were in Louisville Saturday to hear Harry Lauder. G. N. Lyddan Lewis Bennett Moremen arrived FARMER AND FEEDER from Florida, Saturday. The last number of the lyceum Irvington, Ky. course was given at the Methodist 'church Wednesday evening. A beautiWEBSTER STOCK FARM ful musical programe was rendered, also .a number of readings. II. II. NORTON, Owner Misses Lee and Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in Sandbach, Mildred spent Anna weekGarfield the AH Kinds of Live Stock. end with their aunt, Mrs. J, D. Webster, Kentucky. Crews. :.: . Jonas Lyon has rented Clarence Not Half. Penick's property on Walnut St. Tho thrker doesn't always tell everj; Mrs. Ed Darnell and son, Ed, Jr., thing that happens In Wall Mreet left Tuesday for Ciiba where they , BEARD BROS. Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs.'Chas Lyons spent Saturday None but Edison work that miracle of tone. Then the Amberola Records, made for 'fhe Amberola alone. They are could . phonographs. C. V, High-Clas- Robertson Slea-makc- r, breakable and ever lasti n g w hat a practically un- you. Amberola, we'll call and take it away. If you do want it, we'll arrange terms of payment to suit PRICES $41.00 and Up graphs records And for range of music the widest in the world all the best, all the greats e. Come est, all the latest. here, select an Amberola and a An endless feast of number or refascinating melody cords and we'll Yet the biggest send them to your home. At surprise of all is the end of three the pr i c e. This days, if you do not want the wonde r phonogWe will place an Ambrela in your home for 3 days' trial, which will not put you un der the slightest obligation or ex-p- en FREE TRIAL OFFER costly of fragileness phono- other raph costs' than inferior competitors. There i s ing an Amberola back to your own-na single draw-rignow. ot ht less ' contrast to t'he PARK PLACE Don't listen to the claims of other manufacturers, lis- to. their machines. Then come in and compare the matchless tone of the Amberola. Edison's wizardry will win vou every time. We'll expect you in today now don't forget. 3 F0RDSV1LLE JAKE WILSON, Manager PLANING MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY. FORDSVILLE, :- -: SMOKING TOBACCO FACTS FROM THE GARFIELD (Continued from ' BEWLEY VILLE (Continued from fait week) lut week) f II z I SOUTHERN ENCYCLOPAEDIA RAILWAY .We ofter the r, The Use of Flavorings Determines Difference In Brands se- - 6 cured the above ar notes of at 995 and . interest, Whi Chambers & Co. Members New York Stock Exchange. r404 W. Main St Louisville, Ky. The Encyclopedia Britnnn.i soys nlinut tUn rrlrt Miff nnf 1ITO nf Klin Itff I bacco: ", on the Continent, n I in ' 'America, certain 'sauces' aio trr j loyrd the uso of the 'sauces' Is to In p' ova l the flavour and burning qualities of the leaves." Which indicates thatnFtT.okfr's enjoyment depends as much upon the flavoring used as upon the tobacco. J Your noso is a sure guide in the rrat-l- er of flavorings. Try this sirrple test with several tobacco brands: pourrorr.o tobacco Into your palm, rub briskly, and smell. You will notice a distinct difference in the fragrance of every brand. The tobacco that smells best to you will smoke best in your pipe, you can rest assured. Carefully aged, old Burlcy tobacco, plus a dash of pure chocolate, gives TUXEDO Tobacco a pure fragrance your nose can quickly distinguish from any other tobacco. Try it and see.. fV, ... THE UNIVERSAL CAR It's no longer necessary to go into the details describing the practical merits of the Ford car everybody knows all about "The Universal Car." How it goes and feme's day after day and year after year at an operating expense so small that it's wonderful. This advertisement is to urge prospective buyers to place orders without delay. Buy a Ford car when you can getone- We'll take good care of your- - order get your Ford to you as soon as possible and give the best in "after service" when required. - Dennis is visiting her Several from here attended the sale Mesdames Rhodes and of Jonas Lyons, Thursday. ( Mrs. Ernest Dowell was the guest Jarlnc in Hardinsburg. Miss Ora Paul of Hardin Springs, of Mrs. Carl Compton, Thursday. wl.o has been attending school at Mr. and Mrs, ft. S, Wilson were Howling Green was here Thursday guests of their son, Chcslcy Wilson curoutc to her home. and wife at Basin Springs, Thursday. Nat Dowel! of the A. E. I, in R. M, Stith has accepted a posiFrance came home last week. On Sun- tion as traveling salesman for Engel-liarday a big turkey dinner was given in Coffee house. his honor at the borne of his father, A. F. Sinfs spent Friday in HardEzra Dowell. Several friends and rel- insburg. Miss Maggie II. Jolly spent the atives were present. Misses Mary Ann and Martha,Har-ne- d week with her aunt. Mrs. G. A. were in Hardinsburg, Thursday. Footc. t Mrs. Herbert Kipps and baby of David Hardaway is the week-en- d Louisville arc visiting her sister, Mrs. guest of his brother, Paul Hardaway in Brandenburg. Dallas Druner. G. O. Blanford spent several days Mrs. Shoemaker and Miss Sadie Vitetoc of Kingswood were guests in Hardinsburg on business. Wednesday of Mrs. Jim Stecrman. Mr. and Mrs. Chas H. Drury have Mr. and Mrs. Clint Davis of Har-ne- d returned home cftcr an extended visit were guests Sunday of the latter's through the South. R. M. Stith and L. Mell Stith went mother, Mrs. Martha Macy. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker and little to Louisville, Tuesday to hear the daughter of Harned, were guests Sun- great violinist Hufitz and comedian day of the latter's parents, Mr. and and singer Harry Lauder. Mrs. Jonas Gray. Mrs. E. P. Hardaway spent the Mrs. Tom Gregory attended the week-en- d in Louisville having gone Misionary meeting at Harned last to hear Harry Lauder. week. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Drury. spent Mrs. John Alexander and daughter, Monday and Tuesday in Stiths Valley Miss Jacie Alexander shopped in the guests of Mcsdames W. A. Stith town Wednesday. and Winfield Scott. , Mr. and Mrs. Enos Bruner were The family of Mrs. Clint Dowell is week-en- d guests of the latter's par- ill bf flu. " G. R. Compton went to Louisville, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hill Hay ncs of Thursday to buy Spring goods. near Clifton. Mr. Dick Carman visited friends Bate Uerndon of Irvington was 'in and relatives here last week. town Saturday. Mr. J. D. Potts was the guest of The W. F. M. S. of the M. E. his son, Vess Potts and Mrs. Potts, church met with Mrs. Z. T. Stith, (hiitfl tcrs, Mr. Henry E. A. HARDESTY GENERAL HARDWARE- dt Stephensport, NEW KARGES WAGONS Ky. e For the fanner who needs a new wagon this Spring-onof these new Kargcs wagons which have just come in will be a delight to any farmer. These wagons sell for $120 and $125. We also handle Delker's Rubber Tired Buggies, iHar-ncsSaddles, Trace Chains, Collars, Auto Accesorics. BUY YOUR WIFE A NEW KITCHEN CABINET new sewing machine, a new chair.... Something to brighten up the home for Spring cleaning.... Nothing will delight her more.... See our line of furniture, Mattings, Quecnswarc etc. a s, Or a Boss Oil Stove, T. County Agent J. HOOK Hardinsburg, .Ky.... Sunday. Little Miss Helen Margueritte Stecrman, are on the sick list. ' Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Dowell of Hardinsbdrg were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Eris LeGrand. Alex Gray of Custer was here last week to see his brother, Jim Gray who continues ill. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Gray and baby, Moris D. were guests Sunday of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frank at Woodrow. a Mrs. Vernon Whitworth of is quite ill at this writting. Little Miss Louise Newton is visiting her mother, Mrs. Noah Bruner at Custer. Mr. and Mrs. ,Roy Kennedy and sons, Elza B. and Lessie were Sunday guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Oscar Meador and Mr. Meador, at their home near Freedom. Ros-ett- Saturday. Mrs. Ella Compton has returned home after a visit with her sister, Miss Tula Jordan. Hugh Albright spent a few days in Louisville recently. Sympathy is extended to the family of Mr. Sam Kasey in the loss of their son, Frank Kasey who died Friday night of flu. Mrs. Bell Drury is the guest of her father, 'T. P. Hardaway. Mrs. Tom Wilson and children guests of her parents, were week-en- d Mr. and Mrs.' J. F. Meador of Basin Springs. Hang It All. Hiff: I've read that there are some who favor hanging the German conspirators. Biff: Where did you read that? Hiff: In the noosepaper. Cartoons Magazine. Your carelessness may cost a life You carry fire insurance cf course. If you burn out you'll est ycur inouranca money. But what do you lose? Far more than any policy can repay valuables that can not be re- placed a 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 costs you nothing. Let U3 ex?!dn it. 11 gSW g(tf W) Breckenridge News "Want Ads" bring quick results. QUICK RELIEF From all coughs' by using our Mentholated Cough Syrup. 25c per bottle. Wedding's Drug Store, Clov- erport, Ky, WEBSTER (Continued from last week) J jijjg Miss Lelia Stewart of Louisville, he will work with his father, Mr. H. C. Stewart, Sunday. Mr. Maurice Stewart who has a position, in Louisville for quite a while, has returned to his home where he will work with his father, Mrs. H. C. Mj Sfij PAUL COMPTON & BRO. Agents GENERAL INSURANCE 1 M Stewart. Hardinsburg, Kentucky. P? AM BURN Auburn The Beauty-SI- X Beauty-SIX Beauti'5X X, gives what motorists want power with comfort and safety. hugs the road at ojeatest speed, gives in all dependability an exhilarating security. , recognized pioneers in the industry, have The builders of the Beauty-SIembodied in this car every luxury of comfort, every essential of power. is the car you're proud to drive. The Beauty-SIX SMART COLOR COMBINATIONS Two Models . Five-PassenFour-Passen- Touring and Smart Tourster $1595 Miss Louella Black of Raymond, visited Mr. and Mrs.. J. M. Rhodes last week. Mr. Elihue Black of Louisville visited Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rhodes last week. Mr. 'Rhoda Knott and Mr. Richard Cliism were in Brandenburg, Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rhodes were in Irvington, Tuesday on business. Mr. Wade Bauman, who has been at work at Camp Knox, is' at home for a short stay. Mrs. June Bauman is visiting Iter daughter, Miss Myame Bauman in Louisville. Mr. Bob .Stith visited bis friend, Mr. W. E. Compton last week. Mr. J. M. Rhodes was in Garfield, Friday buying ties. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe. Pliips are rejoicing over a fine boy. Miss Laura Norris Claycomb and Misses Clauda and Phrona Woosley and Mr. Roy" Woosley spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Claycomb. Miss Roxie Dunn of Hardinsburg, who has been staying with Mrs. Joe Harper, returned to Tier home Monday. , Miss Hattie Bell Dutschke visited her aunt, Mrs. Roscoe Phips. Miss Osie Payne who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Payne, has returned to Louisville to her work. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haddock s pent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. ' Bandy. When you have backache the liver or kidneys arc aure to be out of gear, 'Try San ol, it does wonders (or the liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial 50c bottle will convince you. i FOR SALE! 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. BEARD BROS. Shorthorns, Polled Durhams and Poland Chinas We are making special prices on 4 red bulls and 6 Polled Durham bulls for the next 10 12 Poland China boars at $22.50 each. $25.00 and one at $30.00. 20 fall gilts at $25.00 have 80 Spring pigs ready to ship June 1st. One good saddle horse for sale. This works well- ' Shorthorn days. 1 boar at each. Will horse also Auburn Automobile Company AUBURN, INDIANA S&utomohih Engineers for Nineteen Year W. R. MOORMAN' & SUNS Glen Dean, Ky. MATTINGLY (Continued from last week) AUBURN MOTOR SALES COMPANY INCORPORATED 405 WEST BROADWAY LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. T, N. Brickey just received a message that her brother, C. A. Wilson of San Francisco, Ca!., died Feb, SO, of tubercolosis. He is survived by a widow and seven children, two of whom are in France. Also a sister. Mrs. W. B. Mingus and a brother, B. H. Wilson of Illinois. Mr? and Mrs. W. T, Mason spent -- the day with Mr. and Mrs. T, Bates, Sunday. M. S. C. Frank spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and urday enroute to McQuady. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pate and Mr. Mrs. J. J. Kecnan. Mr." W. A. Basham went to HardDudley Hambleton spent the day with their sister and daughter, Mrs. insburg, Saturday and purchased a Forrest Pate of Cloverport, Sunday. ft ne pair of mules from Beard Bra. Walter Hawkins of Tobinsport, Brickey, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ind., passed through our village Sat- -' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mingus were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. U.' tan 4 JNO. D. BABBAQE, Editor and Publisher EIGHT PAGES THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY BARGE CANALS AND a mm. The Breckenridge News ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY (1 GANAUZED RIVERS printed funds for completing the sur- Editor "Breckenridge News" -t KY., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1011) CLOVERPORT, In responding to your request for veys lor tne narge canai across unio The VVclIand Canal is being enan article on the above subject, I con SUHSCKIl'TION RATES emitter vrmMs. and a vrar! raw for 4 mnnflia! 7ne tnr IluslncsJ Locals 10c fess myself somewhat at a loss to larrrol fnr nrMM Subscription nrif Sinn months. t,)e enIargcmcnt o the Sl Lawrence line ami nc for tch additional Insertion. Cant of Thanks, over H Unci, charged for at rr rate of 10? per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of Re per line, money in know how to do both you and the the rjvcr canaj js, expected to follow in advance. Examine the label on your paper, ll ii It not correct, pirate notiiy u. subject justice, for you naturally want . the near luture NOTICE TO SUllSCKtnERS The greatest oil refinery in the brevity, and the subject is so large When you have finished reading your copy of THE DRECKENRIDQE NEWS hand It to world is now being built at Toledo, that it is difficult to abrcvlate. a friend who if not a aubscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it, However I will present a sketch of with the expectation of being able to 1876 43rd. YEAR OF SUCCESS 1919 be direct to all foreign countries. the present situation. The railroads have bitterly fought Much has been said and much has THE THING TO BEAR IN MIND. in the past, and been done in the past in an effort to inland water-way- s system boat lines such as the Louisville and It is well for us to bear in mind that the good roads develop an inland ,water-wa- y Evansvillc Packet Company, have meeting to be held in Cloverport, on Thursday is not altogether a meeting for America convention been bought and put out of commisjust to have a good time, but one in which wi must accomplish something a recent water-wa- y At definite in regard to getting this proposed federal highway from Owensboro attended by the writer, Washington sion, but backed by an enlightened was declared not only the "Father of public opinion, the Interstate Comto Louisville to be routed through here. The road enthusiasts all over the State arc anxious for the road to be His Country" but the "Father of the merce Commission is expected to probuilt along tlie Ohio River and be known as the Ohio River Route. The American Canal," by reason of his tect this Trade in the future. The State of New York has faith, one object in having it along the river is principally because of the wonder- - having initiated a movement result- ful scenery bh the Ohio. This highway would, in time, be known univer- ing in the construction of a number for she has just expended $150,000,000 Congress has on her barge canal. sally because of its grand scenery, and there could be only a few places in of the Eastern canals. the world to compare with it when it comes to natural scenery. An early type is the recently aband- faith, for it has recently expended Now then to point out the advantages of having this federal highway oned canal across Ohio from Toledo $50,000,000 in the canalization of the coming hrough Cloverport, would be like trying to untangle a mass of yarn to Cincinnati, with a depth of four (4) Ohio river, has placed 29 barges in the advantages are so numerous that any attempt to discuss' or explain each, to six (0) feet, a bottom width of 2G Commission on the lower Mississippi would be as endless a job as untangling the yarn. But it is not Lto 30 feet and floating canal boats of and has appropriated $10,000,000 ad necessary to explain advantages of good roads. Every man, woman and 70 to 100 tons capacity. ditional for new barges to operate Minneapolis child knows the value of them and the pleasure one can have from them. New and This canal was opened for traffic between We feel that we should be reflecting upon the intelligence of readers if we in 1842. Orleans. should attempt to go into any details regarding the advantages of this i A 'modern type is the New York It is expected that the Maumee highway. Barge Canal, having a depth of river will ultimately be canalized To(State However there is a vast difference between seeing and doing. And twelve (12) feet, a bottom width of ledo to Ft. Wayne, and a barge- cangetting folks to do and to act is the thing that makes us gray headed and' 75 feet and floating barges up to 3000 al constructed from .there to Chicago.. causes us to keep our minds ever on the alert. If men would only do as they tons capacity. This will increase the season of navisee what should be done, there would be no necessity for us over working There are two great systems of in- gation on the Lower Lakes about six our brain power. and they are The (G) weeks, and greatly shorten the land water-way- s We are more anxious to see the farmers in this community take hold Great Lakes System, including the St. water route eastward from Chicago. of this project than anyone else. If the farmers are in favor of it and are Lawrence river, New York Barge The Government will purchase the willing to pay $2.0o per acre on their land, then we will get "the highway Canal and the Hudson river, and The Cape Cod Canal and enlarge the New without a doubt. It will mean more to the farmers in increasing the value Mississippi Valley System, including Jersey Canal and the Chesapeake and of their property and marketing their products than anything they could get. the Ohio and Missouri rivers. The Delaware Canal. Then there will be So it is up to the farmers and citizens alike to pull for the Ohio River former comprises 2500 miles and the a good, safe inland- water way from Route through here and lets not fail in this civic improvement any more latter 14000 miles of navigable Boston to Norfolk. than we would have wanted our American soldiers to have failed us in their Such, in brief, is the present sitproject of overwhelming the Huns. Heaving this highway through CloverOnly about 200 miles divides these uation as regards the American In- port will mean as much to our future welfare as subduing the Huns meant two great systems, and the three land Water Way System, to the world. Therefore we must, not fail to bear in mind the main object water ways conventions held since the W. J. Sherman, of the meeting, and may we get some concrete results. first of January last, were called prin-- , Toledo, Ohio, March 17, 1919. cipally to hasten the union of these j Mr. Sherman, who is known in this two systems and tile further develop- - place fcr his having married one of BOYS prettiest and most ment of the latter, so that a 3000 ton (Cloverport's barge may pass freely between New charming girls, Miss Katie Bowmer, York and NewOrleans with smaller daughter of Mrs. Margaret Bowmer and the late W. H. Bowmer, is head barges for purely local traffic. Illinois has appropriated funds for of the W. J. "Sherman Company, of WITH THE MILITARY place would like to come home but the enlargement of hte old Illinois Toledo. His business is that of POLICE FORCE. there is no chance. and the canalization of the gineering the construction of Following are two letters from Pvt. ways, etc. The Breckenridge News is river. Dearie, what did. old Santa. Claus Twenty-fiv- e of the 42 locks and greatly indebted to Mr. Sheerman for Philip A. Gardner, 233rd Co. M. P. C. bring you? I wanted to send you who is in France. The letters are ad- something but couldn't get a chance, dams required in the canalization of this very interesting article, and it's the Ohio river have been completed, readers who are interested in this dressed to his wife who was before I got a new unit of O. D's hat, hip' nd the recent Congress has appro- - topic will also feel grateful to him, her marriage Miss Eugene Miller of boots, leggins and belt I called it a Hardinsburg. Mrs. Gardner is now ia Xmas gift if it was issued to me be- handle any of these horses. I believe I weigh at least 105 or 170 and I feel cause I am a M. P. The best present I will like this jol) pretty good after like a two year old all the time. I Towanda, 111. of all was a nice box of candy from I get started. But the idea of staying wpuld be satisfied if you only felt Dear Wjfe: I will try and write Tmr as good as I do. fnrtrnt tn ti.1l vrn rnt ii ', a few lines while I have a little spare of chocolate, one package of Lucky over here when I am needed so badly I am on guard tonight. A kitchen time. I am a day or two late this Strike, one can of Velvet and a plug a homc- I think they should take guard. It is a prety soft job. But so week. I have been getting a bunch of chewing. I traded my chewing for single men for this work for they hard to stay awake all night. I am so of mail this week. All of the old smoking for1 I know what you would have no one to take care of .but them sleepy already. letters addressed to Bat. A., 327 F. A. say. I wish I knew what you were doing selves. are just now getting here. Better late I am suppostd to be mounted on a This climate does not seem to 'agree today. I thought about the 24th of than never. I haven't received all I horse for M. P. duty. That is about with me in a way for I am hoarse should yet. Continued on page flAe. the only thing I am good for. I can as can be at night. Have had a cold One of the letters stated that Beatrice was dead, and you told me to tell Frank, But it is too late. Frank is at home in civilian clothes by this time. I would love to know how long it will be before I am coming home. Well, how is every body by this time? I have a dreadful cold and am V so hoarse, can hardly talk above a whisper, and my ears ar.e stopped up so I can't hear myself think. Outside of that I ain O. K. Mother said she received their Christmas presents and they were awfully nice. And Mabel thinks Myrle's rinir was so nrettv. Said Mvrle was so proud of it. I am awfully sorry 1 could not get you anything for Xmas but maybe I will be at home for next Xmas. Suppose you will be laughing at me talking about Xmas and presents but all of this is new to me for I just received the news. I just got Commercial Banking Not Too Small my Red Cross sweater about two weeks ago. It comes in handy even Trust Business For Big Affairs if it is late. I have been going to have my pictures made but I can't get started. You, know how I am that way don't Savings Accounts Not Yet Too Big you dearie? I will get started one of these days. Safety Vaults For Small Ones We had russet shoes issued to us yesterday. I can doll up now even if one is bigger than the other. The big shoe is for my left foot, the one that has a corn on it so I am lucky at that. CAPITAL $500,000.00 SURPLUS $100,000.00 General Pershing came to Bordeaux yesterday so we had a little extra duty to do. I had the pleasure of seeing him this morning. And also got This Bank desires to do business with everybody having a legitimate bankable proto salute him as he passed within position. three feet of where I was standing. Guess I have told all I know so I Not only will every banking facility be readily afforded but it is the policy of this will close. With lots of love and kissinstitution to exercise more than a perfunctory interest in the affairs of its customers. es from your husband. Pvt. Philip A. To grow and prosper along with the growth and prosperity of those who do busi. Gardner. ness with it that is the fundamental idea on which this Bank is operated. A New Year's Letter. Dear Wife: I will write you a few " lines today and start the New Year LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY off O. K. I am feeling fine and dandy and hope these few lines will find you FOURTH AND MARKETSTREETS the same. I am still here at this old M. P. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY training camp but expect to leave any minute. I will be stationed in Bordeaux. I am so anxious to leave this . I ' If You Want to Get Rich- - Save Your Money - the only sure way. 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MiMiTiftiriwviiiMiS TwtWIroCinr. t Ml 't, : Theodore Taul of Alton, III., has been here several weeks the guest of his cousin, Mr. Golan Wcthington and Mrs, Wcthington. Mr. Wm. Uowmer of St. Louis, rUIC P A BTB DCDnrerniTrn pah pnnriu spent Sunday witli his mother, Mrs. W. H. Bowmcr and sister, Mrs. Cha K. Minary of Benton Harbor, Mich. Mrs, Mary Haynes of St. Louis, GENERAL OFFICES Miss Virginia Payne and niece, Anna I . NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Race Payne were guests of Mr. and RANCHES IMAM. THE PRINCIPAL CITIES MrSf Frank Payne, Sunday, Clctus Wilson, traveling salesman ANNOUNCE RATES FOR POLITICAL for Geo. Kcoff Co., Louisville, was MENTS. the guest of his parents, Mr. and or Precinct ami Ctty Offices. -- $ 2.fi0 or county unices- .S 5. 00 Mrs. Steve Wilson last Thursday, s For Slate and District Opces. iin.ro Owing to the Good Roads meeting .10 for win, per "" 10 on Thursday the Ladies Reading Club for Carili, per For all Publications In the interest o( ' ifldlTiduals or expression of Individ .10 will be entertained on Friday of this ul views, per line week at the home of Mrs. Leon Th Breckenridge News Ma'rgarct Squires, Hills, Juanita CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Mathcny, Iiculah Waldrip, Eva Murl NOTE Please notify the editor jrou Swarcns, Myrtle Johnson, Irene desire advertisements discontinued. Rosa Adams and Mary BishofT. i Mcs.rs. Robert Swarcns, Paul E. FOR SALE "Berry, Samuel li. Conrad, Heston FOK SAI.E- - Houseligld furniture. One white Bcavin, W. J. Couch and Hubert Pen-nc- r, Rogers. o Mc-Gavo- x i; W&i' iNo. 148 leaves Mr. Chas B. Skillman of Morgans-fiel- d and Mr. James R. Skillman of Train Schedule on Louisville, were here last week the L. R. R. guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L., H. & A. B. Skillman. Effective December 8th, 1918 I am offering about 20 Breaking Plows at a very low price. Now do EAST BOUND No. 142 leaves Cloverport- 0:14 A. M. not hold off and then come later, you -- 10:15 A. M. Arrivet Irvington will be left as I am going to sell. Arrives Louisville 12:20 P. M. Julian H. Brown, Cloverport, 'Ky. No, 144 leaves Cloverport-Arrive- s M. 5:04 P. Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage, Sr., returnIrvington 0:00 P. Jt. Arrives Louiivillf 7:55 P. M. ed home Monday after a week-en- d No. 140 leaves Cloverport.. 5:15 A. M. visit in Louisville with her sisters, Arrives Irvington- 0:07 A. M. Arrives Louisville- 7:50 A. M. Mrs. 'D. W. Fairleigh and Miss Addic Director General ol Railroads United States Railroad Administration Birthday Dinner. ' Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wilson gave (a twelve o'clock dinner Sunday, Mar. 23, in honor of the twenty-fift- h birthday of their daughter, Mrs. Golan Wethington. Members of the family who were present included: Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Wcthington and son, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flood and children, Robert (Wilson and two children, Raymond Lee and Dorothy Wilson, Theodore Taul of Alton, 111. I iron lirdstrad, One Morris chair. Several pairs outside shutters. Could he used for enclotlnjr a summer kitchen. For ' further information call at The Iireckenridoje News Office, Cloverport, Kjr. Kmden geese Kbits for sale now. Mrs, llardlnshurp;, Kjr, for To be sure that your new suit for Spring is correct, individually, exclusive and above all comfortable, have it tailored expressly for you by our tailors. ' FOK SALE sale now. Taylor Heard, FOlf SALE Kemlncton Typewriter No. 0. In very good condition and will sell cheap for cash. Apply at The Breckenridge News office. FOR SAT.E Two houses and lots a reason, able offer will not he refused. Alo automobile 1150.00 no less. T. F. Sawyer. FOR SALE F.ggs 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, Khodelia, Ky. FOR SAI.n Flshel White Rock Eggs. $2.00 per setting. Also large fine cockerils K) and $.1.00 at each. Satisfaction guaranteed. Mrs. Frank Mattingly. The Castle, Cloverport, Ky. o The St. Henderson-Arriv- es Owensboro Arrives Shops- WEST BOUND ,.10:45 A. Noi.iHV leaves' Cloverport Arrives P. Arrives Henderson-Arriv- es -- 12:58 P. Evansvllle-Ariv- es 1:25 P. u8:10 P. St. Louis No. 143 leaves Cloverport-Arriv- es 8:40 P. Haweivilln 7:05 P. Arives Owensboro 8:07 P. No. 145 leaves Cloverport-Arriv-- 11:25' P. Owensboro -- 12:32 A. Arives Henderson 1:23 A. ,. Arrives Evansvllle 1:50 A. Arrives St. Louis 7:59 A. No. 147 leaves Shops- 0:45 A. Arrives Owensboro-Arriv- es 8:05 A. Henderson 0:15 A. 4:00 P. M. G. Ditto. 5:00 P. M. Mrs. J. 0:20 P. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. Oweniboroji12:01 D. Seaton has returned home after spending ten days .at the bedside of her brother, Mr. Richard Atkisson who is critially ill at his . es Interesting Personal Mention Miss Irene Taul spent Monday in Owensboro. Mrs. Sallie Moorman of Louisville, was in this city Sunday. Mrs. Ella Jordan left Saturday for Wolf Creek, Ky. to visit her mother. Mrs. James N. Cordrey was in Louisville several days of last week. Mrs. Harry Newsom will be hostess to the "Wednesday Club this week. ' Mrs. Helen Adams is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas Heston in Hardins-burg. year many a time, and December how I trembled. Ha, ha! Did you thing about it dearie? I almost know you did. It is all I ever think about here lately. Well ever since I left West- Point my mind is continually wandering back to Towanda. Haven't heard from you for two weeks dearie. I don't know what is wrong with the mail, heard a big bunch was burnt up and it seems like it is true. Well, I guess I will close for this time. AnChafing Dish Supper real soon. I remain your husThe members of the Friday Club swer band, Pvt. Philip A. Gardner. circle enjoyed a chafing dish supper on Tuesday "evening at the home of 'REMARKABLE Miss Mildred Babbage. In the party were: Misses Babbage, Ray Lewis Heyser, Martha Willis, Mary Ruth Chambliss and Lillian Cart.Miss Lucile Odenwalt of Louisville, and Mr. and Mrs. Duke Wake of Kuttawa. Messrs M; M? Denton, Vivian Pierce, Lafe 'Behen and Randall Weatherholt. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brittian. la-s- home near Hardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith and little daughter, Miss Margaret Smith of Pennington Gap, Va., will arrive Thursday for a visit to Mr. Smith's sister, Mrs. Thos 'Odewalt and Mr. Odewalt. The new victory song, "Hurrah! Hurrah Hurrah (We Have Won The.-- War)" with,music composed by Eva L. and Eliza H. May and words by Jessie L. Hemphill, is on sale at Golden Rule Store and May Studio, Cloverport. Also Kincheloe's Pharmacy, Hardinsburg. Price 25 cents. I 1 , Four O'Clock Dinner Party. A four o'clock dinner party 'was given by Mrs. John Weisenberg in honor of her birthday Saturday evening the 22nd. The guests who received, invitations and were present included: Mrs. John Weisenberg, Mrs. Garfield Burden, Mrs. Henry Burden Mrs. Wm Hoffiious, Mrs. Joe Getting, Mrs. Jesse Baucum, Mrs. Joe Mullen, Mrs. Golan Wethington. Mrs. Steve Wilson, Mrs. Julian Brown, Mrs. Jim Tierney, Mrs. W. J. Worden, Miss Jessie Burden, Miss Elizabeth Furrow, Miss Fannin Lishen Kramer, Miss Katie Dora Kramer and Miss Hetty M. Faith. Out of town guests were: Mrs. George Huber and daughter, Ruby of Louisville and Miss Castlen of Owensboro. Not finding out how old our Hostess was we will say not over 22. She received many useful presents such as sunbonnets and dustcaps. Ar-li- FOK ear.. 8.UE I'ure bred White Wyandotte $1.50 per setting. Mrs. C'cvc MMIer, Cloverport, Ky, FOR SALE Some Ilig Hone Poland China pigs, three months old, either sex, eligible to register. II, - Waggoner, Hardinsburg, Koufe No. 2, Ky. Best sT C.W." LegFOR SA I.K Buy-Thorn eggs for hatching. The year round layers. With site and quality. $1.50 per ir. J 1.1") per in. 1'ost paid, satisfaction ruaramecu. ). i. tiryant, Mgr., ureen i ill l'oultry Farm, McQuady, Ky. he Come and make your selection and be measured now. WANTED WANTED To take subscriptions for all magazines. Also renewal for all magazines. Clubbing rates given. Mail orders received. Call or write Miss M. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. ne LOST LOST Gents umbrella, black, plain handle. I'intier win please leave same at I nc wreck enridge News Office, Attend the Good Roads Meeting Thursday, April 3rd. Three Years in Service. Sergt. Bernard Carter of Co. D. 2nd Inf., Camp Dodge, Iowa arrived home Friday and is with his mother, Mrs. Fladge Carter. Sgt. Carter received his discharge 'after having served three years in A Guest. HOME BOYS IN SERVICE Continued from paga 4 t the regular army. Society Items GET RESULTS. Is what everyone says about Wedding's Cold Tablets for colds and Grippe. Wedding's '25c per box. Drug Store, Cloverpqrt, Ky. Ahem! "She has what I should call a fancy work face." "What do you mean by that?" "Well, every time her temper gets ruffled her brows knit!" Cartoons Magazine. To our clients everywhere we recimmend immediate purchase of CAPES, COATS, SUITS FOR EASTER Capes and Coats $16.50 to $40 $5.50 to $7 Just received a Of Local Interest Silk Dresses $16 to $25 Georgette Blouses . Mc-Gavo- Wyoming- - Kentucky Petroleum Shares AT MARKET PRICE 17jc per share net We believe this to be the most ACTIVE, PItOOHESSIVB and BEST MANAfUOD Company In the State. We predict a STEADY and SUBSTANTIAL RISE In the market value of these shares rind ndvlse that you ACT AT ONCE. We can buy for you Mrs. Hovious Belien and Mrs. Harry Newsom were in Louisvi!!;, Monday shopping. Miss Frances Walz has returned to, Hawesville after a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Joe Ballman. - Miss Lillian Walls of Cannclton, was the guest of Miss Lelia Tucker for Saturday and Sunday. Masses Julia and Maggie Greenwell of Irvington, are the guests of their sister, Mrs. Fladge Carter. Mrs. J. V. Crenshaw of Versailles is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. David B. Phelps and Mr. Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Powers and family left Saturday for their new home in Holt, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sutton and daughter, Miss Margaret Sutton were in Evansville, Saturday and Sunday. ' Mrs. Earl Sommers spent the weekend in Henderson the guest of her mother-in-laMrs. P. J. Sommers. Lieut. Donnard J. Smith, Camp Sherman, Ohio, is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Worden. Mrs. Julian Brown and daughter, Miss May Brown spent last Tuesday in Hawesville, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walz. Mrs. Josephine Ballman who has been ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wave Rice of Lewisport, was able to return home last week. Mr. Percy Carson of Memphis, Tenn., was the guest of his father, Mr. John Carson and Mrs. Carson, Sunday, For Miss Odewalt. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Odewalt entertained on Monday evening at their home in the East End in honor of their sister, Miss Lucile Odewalt of Louisville. The guests included: Misses Mary Owen Oelze, Emily Reid, Addie McGavock, Jane Lightfoot, Louise Nicholas, Tula Babbage, Martha Willis, Ruth .Chambliss and Mildred Babbage. Messrs. Conley Ar"Do you And that, this machine costs nold, Leonard Weatherholt, Randall you less to keep up than your lust' n Weatherholt, Jimmie Fitch and one?" Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Ferry. "Oh! much less. Why, I almost have enough left to live decently on viv-ia- new assortment of ladies lingere garments. Attractive pajamas in pink batiste trimmed in blue stitching. Pink batiste bloomers. Dainty camisoles, in pink silk with hand embroidery. Night gowns in pink and white. Changeable silk petticoats. MRS. ETHEL O. HILLS CLOVERPORT KY. 100 500 1,000 shares for " " " " provided that you DO NOT LAY. $ 17..r0 87.50 175.00 DE- Party For Miss Bishoff. nowadays." Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bishoff gave a delightful party at their home in the Specializing In Trial Practice East End on Thursday evening in MURRAY HAYES honor of their daughter, Miss ElizaLAWYER beth Bishoff and her friends. The invited guests included: Misses Vera Jolly, Anna Mae Tatum, Mary D. 1600-7-- 8 Inter-Southe- We will have certificates transferred on Company's books Issued in your name and mailed registered to you. If you are In business or established with us, we will honor your wire or phone order. To buy otherwise cheek must accompany order. City 3478. Main 022. Condensed Statement of FARMERS BANK & TRUST GO. HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY Kelley Carter Company John 8. Kelley, Jr., E. B. Carter, n Bldg. 310-11-Inter-Souther- Building At the close of business Monday.'Mar. 31, 1919 LOUISVILLE More Than 20 Years Experience RESOURCES Oats Hay Corn ( 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. Bran Horse'and Mule Feed Dairy Feed Cotton Seed Meal Chicken Feed Loans and Discounts Iionds Cash and Due from Banks Eanking house and lot Other Assets $338,04646 11,080.00 123,797.83 7,375.00 3,657.14 $483,956.43 - : LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus and undivided profits $ 40,000.00 10,791.54 433,164.89 $483,956.43 Flour Meal A Square Deal Courteous Treatment Reasonable Prices Satisfaction Guaranteed You may secure, all of these at the HARDINSBURG FEED CO, Ten Extra nice grade yearling Polled Durham and Shorthorn heifers One nearly pure bred Polled Durham Bull 6 months old. DEPOSITS EGGS FOR HATCHING Eggs for hatching from the great winter laying strain, Barred Plymouth Rocks. J. W. Parks' Strain. Good hatches and safe arrival guaranteed. New Stock each year direct from Parks. Bred-to-La- y Pure Johnson County White Seed Corn, guaranteed to grow. 150 Bushels Burt Oats $1.25 per bushel. Nice'and clean and 2 weeks Earlier than Northern White Oats. W & SONS Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 .1 We respectfully call your attention to the increase of our depisits in the past two years as shown' below As Deposits March 31, 1919 As Deposits March 30, 1018 As .Deposits March SI, 1917 O'MN $433,184.89 $276,209.14 $15,114.6S MRS. H, J. HAMMAN CLOVERPORT, KY. r; QLOysltPORT, APHIL t, HHKMHED WESTERN OIL FIELDS FOR RICHER PPMISEJNJINC ORE Organization of, tho Louisville , Mansfield Zinc & Lead Syndicate Reveals Business Romance Heed the Warning Of Authority! !. Dr. T. T. Beeler, Dentist, Then Oil Magnate, Sold Interest in 157 Wells for Bfcjer Proopccts. Louisville, Ky. How a business romance, blossoming In (he bosom of Mother Earth, led the way to n dreuiu of iillluenee tlint Is fast materializing, is, brought out In the organization here of the Louisville Lead ft Zinc Syndicate Company, a corporation the stock of which rapidly Is becoming the property of the public. That it is not it rojimneo of the oil fields will be a mat-torsurprise to those wlio look largely to the oil well as the fountain of business romance. Formation of the Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate follows closely upon organization of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate, a corporation already on an operbasis, but ating and dividend-payinthe romance goes hack eleven years to the oil Holds of the west and to a dentist's chair In n small Oklahoma town. g "Make Your Dollars Have More Cents SJJJB. BEBffffffm.. StockNow$1.00 We're away' over the $200,000 mark! We've received checks for stock from States as distant as New York and Texas! 1$ Investors are judging the value of the stock of the Louisville M,ansfield Lead and Zinc Company by the record of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead and Zinc Syndicate. That company , already in operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2 in January and 3 in February. The officers and directors of both companies are chiefly the same gentlemen and the newer company has been organized to do just what the other is doing but on a larger scale. J Its holdings are greater, consisting of four tracts of 40 acres each in the Mansfield District, right where the Mother Lode of the great Ozark Lead and Zinc fields comes nearest the surface. We've proven our holdings by drilling. We're already sink ing the first shaft for our first mill! CJ V .SMSjj?SSSS BpB"' .'j.'.:'e-V:s- 7 SV:' . , wMT?W'P84f ' j Dr. T. T. Beeler. d In a sidte of oflices' In the Stnrks man, tryBuilding a small keen-eyeing to make evi-rminute yield Its quota of result of an atmosphere of high pressure, knows all about the romance, for be bad lived it. lie Is Dr. T. T. ISeeler, vice president of the new LOL'ISVILLK MANSFIELD LEAD & ZINC SYNDICATE. He is the ma.i who, eleven years ago, while a practicing dentist in an Oklahoma town, became Interested In western oil development. With holdings in l.r7 oil wells after he bad become successful in that game, Dr. Heeler bad wide opportunities to observe the possibilities and exigencies of that business, or game, as It may rightly be called. He saw men carried up Into the realm of sudden riches; he saw hopes fultllled beyond their own limits. Hut lie saw the other side, too, of the oil game its uncertainty, and the ruin that this uncertainty brought to some. One day Dr. Heeler heard about thi strike made in the famous Jopliu zinc ore district. He began studying the possibilities of the new found opportunity. He relleeted that In the oil business, when a wall was drilled, no mortal could with certainty tell which of four things would be the result oil, water, gas or a hole In the ground. He relleeted that an oil well, drilled from 1,100 to :i,:S0O feet In the ground, cost from 5,000 to !?:S0,000 before Its real promise was known. And then he compared this with data he had gathered about the mining Industry, in which nature's store of wealth 11" comparatively close to the surface a y Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Co., Inc. 409 Starks Building, Louisville, Ky. I am interested in your proposition and would be glad to make an investigation without obligation on my T. M. Crutcher, President. Nat C. Curetotij Secretary. T. T. Beeler, Vice President. W. B. Ne'wbold, Treasurer. part. J. C ' ' Kindly send me copies of your booklet and fullest information. Name Address DIRECTORS: Mahon, W. B. Newbold, Nat C. Cureton, T.M. Crutcher and T. T. Beeler. 3 409 Starks tlon-wld- e. o covers great areas, necessitating, !. proportion, a small Initial outlay. He They knew that by taiun applied this comparison particularly to the ore from slight excavations at what he had heard about the given points over a given area, that iields. Dr. Heeler was not long In making the findings of an expert assayer-geolup his mlnd.ult wus two years ago in gist would give them the exact extent Kansas City thut the project, which is of wealth which the establishment of now being carried to every stute In mills would produce. Unlike the mere Joplin-Munsflel- BUgTWA ' Ql '$U tetltUlfo) 409 Starks Bldg. I have been over here. If I hear from him or see him I will write you. Tell uncle John and aunt Fint howdy for me. Tell Owen Bruner hello. Mother, when did you . see Miss Matilda. I mailed you a letter and one to her the 7th of this month. Hope yoa have gotten them by now. Would like to hear from you all-Ask MuKlda if lilt'.c Tommie f.till comes t the door and asks to come in. Tell Walter and Dora and all of them I said howdy. Would like to see them ait I do not know how long I will be here. Just as soon as the peace treaty is finished we will get to come home. Good-by- e for this time. With love, N d Beeler hud selected a purtner, severed his connection's with the oil Iields, and hud employed an agent, versed In the technique of such an undertaking, to Investigate opportunities In the Jopliu district. Hut It was by chance that the reul One day, opportunity was found. when Dr. Heeler's emissary wus fruitlessly bickering with people in the field to which prospectors were already swarming, an old man culled the Union, had Its Inception. Dr. bim aside. "If you want to see an unworked. locality, I want to show you something," said the old man. As the result of the Investigation and assaying which followed, Dr. Heeler, Ills purtner and several notaries, which will te enhanced In value with In all of tho public automobiles the the growing activity surrounding it. nearby town ufforded, set out In the The, Kentucky Munsflcld Lead & late ufternoon lit what Is now the Zinc Syndicate was Incorporated June Mansfield district. Tho chauffeurs and 13, 1018. Its capital stock of $100,000 the notaries and all others with whom was quickly sold out. On November the purty came in contact were bound I It bought its first mill, which soon their project. to secrecy. There were neither othTheir scheme of operation calls ulti- begun operations on the ground, and nor notaries available for mately for the organization of local on teuruury a '1 dividend for Jun-uar- y er possible prospectors. was paid stockholders, following Tlwit wus October 10, 1017. In a day companies in each of the forty-fiv- e stutes. Each of these corporations which was paid a 3 dividend for er so, tho prospectors hud secured leases on 18,000 acres of land rich In will be granted concessions around the I. February. The Kentucky syndicate is made up ore, and had laid the fouudutlon of reserved portion of the leases which (be project which ! now becoming na- - the parent corporation will hold and j almost entirely of Kentucky men. Dr, pre-hlstor- promise of an oil well, the potentialities of a zinc field could be scientifically established. Their reports were secured from A. Arnold, Stnte geologist of Missouri, and Joseph Metcalfe, a London mineralogist and engineer, and showed that tests had proved Hie expectations of tho prospectors. These geological reports bear out to u largo extent a theory which later became current us to the origin of the rich mineral products around Muns-fielMo. According to this theory, Manslleld, one of the highest points In the district, Is the site of u volcano. The purest ore Is found closest to this center, while the adulterated deposits are found as the distuned becomes greuter. Once he had secured rights to tho land, Dr. Heeler's plan became known and soon the district was a bee hive Hpt all of the of fortune-hunterpromising land In the vicinity had been leased by Dr. Beeler and his associates and they were ready to luuuch d, s. fi'-- '7- ' IHBfiral auto-mobil- l T. M. Crutcher, of Louisville, head of the Louisville Dental Laboratory, is president, and N. O. Cureton Is secretary. V. E. Newbold, of Louisville, is treasurer. Edwurd J. McDermott, of Louisville, is the corporation's utto my. Dr. Heeler Is one of the directors, as is also Dr. Charles A. Funk. The ofllcers of the LOUISVILLE MANSFIELD LEAD & ZINC SYNDICATE, which was formed Februury 21, 1018, are the same us those of the Kentucky syndicate except that Dr. Heeler Is vice president nnd J, C. Mahon, well known Louisville business man, Is a director. Over half of the capital stock, of $"300,000 already has been sold. Oflices of the company are at 400 Starks lildg., Louisville, Tho stock Is being put out at $1.00 (par value) per shure. The company's property Is In the heart of tho Ozark Mountains, Wright County, Mo. One forty-ncrtract Is located between two mills, those of the Kentucky syndicate, known us the "Pioneer Mill," and of W. E. Caldwell, of Louisville, known as the "Red-bir- l Mill." Tills tract Is considered one of the best in the district although three other forty-acr- o tracts are well located and partly tested. So, as tho new LOUISVILLE MANSFIELD LEAD & ZINO SYNDICATE starts Its wheels the business romance of tho poor dentist Is carried farther along Its way to the pocket-book- s and hank accounts of shrewd investors the country over. o CHRISTMAS DAY Dear Mother: Christmas day finds me a visitor in Belgium. This leaves me well, hope it finds, you the same. I had a good dinner todayl like the people here. This was once a beautiful country, but it is awfully tore up now by the unscrupulous enemy. I like here better, than France. I am going to see Brussels, the capitol of Belgium. One year ago to day I spent Christmas day with friends. I did not think that day I would be in Belgium next Xmas, and thousands of miles away from home and dear friends. So here Peyton. I am making the best of my lot, still striving to do my bit, and looking TRY A forward to the day that I may return to home and friends, peace and liberty. Six other boys and myself are here in Belgium guarding Government property. Don't know how long we will be here. Have a good place to stay and plenty to eat. We have had fine weather over here. It has been warm and rains every day, It snowed some but it melted as fast as it fell. I am sending you a Xmas card with the star of peace and coral cross that marks the 70th Division. Major Commanding the 79th Div. gave it to me. I have not heard from Scddie since Gen-eral'Ku- WAftT AD TODAY Grain, Provisions DAILY MARKET LETTER PRIVATE WIRES E. H. Mortu ft C. Member Cktecgo Bewd U TnUk louisvillb; ky. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY I PAGE 7 The deal was made through Mr. J. D. Scaton, Cloverpbrt's' real estate Mr. Marion Polk, who owned one agent,, and advertised in The Breckof the best river bottom farms in enridge News. Tobiusport, Ind., last week sold it I Mr. Polk will remain in Tobinsnort this summer and probably locate in for $8,Coo, one half cash, to, W. S. O'Bryan and H. E. Basham the West in the fall. of Owcnsboro. The farm was in two tracts, one of 77 acres, and the other Dally Thought of 1.15, the, latter having a good apple A bnd ending follows a bad begia-nlng- . Euripides. orchard. I CAPITOL PETROLEUM (A PRODUCING, DIVIDEND-PAYING APPRECIATED LETTERS COMPANY) Is maintaining and strengthening Its reputation for "doing thing" BRINGS IN WELL NO. and No. 26 will be brought In COPY OF TELEGRAM FROM AS8ISANT 25 In a few days FIELD MANAGER . MHO Mnr. 21 PM 737 A (J17KS 38 bOLL NL Coffeyvllle, Ks. 21 Capitol Petroleum Co.; 413 Denhnm Iildg., Denver, Colo. Barring bad luck or (mil weutber we will drill In well on Hower-soc- k lease Monday; formation regular; expect to get good well; also expect to bring In well on Troy lease fore part of next week. II. A. ItKASLKY, Assistant Field Manager. Mr. Bensjey writes that the wells In our shallow territory lh Knnsa and Oklahoma will be brought in from now on Just like gathering 'eggs In a basket.' WORK PROGRESSING NICELY ON OUR TAMPICO, MEXICO,1 PROPERTY, IN I have rented a fine farm of Ifio acres black level land, well improved, clo5c to Bloomington. A good market town and the county seat. Will ask you to answer my letter by sending my paper to Normal, and not Hudson this time. Don't forget to make the change. I want the paper Mrs. Shellman Renews. Dear Mr. Babbage: Please pardon this week without a miss. I am enmy delay. You will find cncldscd $1.50 joying good health and plenty of for renewal for The Hreckcnridgc fresh air. Will close. Yours truly, Ira News making it up to Jan. 1. I want Duncan. to pay for the copies you have sent Subscribes For Someone Else. since my time expired. Respectfully, Mr. J. D. Babbage, Dear Sir: Mrs. Blanche Slicllman, Lodiburg, Please send your paper one year to Ky. Jeff Whitworth, Mook Ky. Yours Homer Pile. A Former Cloverporter. Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Another Texan Heard From Ky., Dear Sjr: Enclosed find check Mr. Jno. Babbage: You will find for $1.50 for which please send me The Breckenridge News for 12 enclosed $1.50 for The Breckenridge months. Your friend, Mrs. Annie D. News for the present year. For it is English, Franklin, R. F. D. No. 4, just as our friend Dr. P. W. Footc says, "people that live in Texas alTenn. ways have the money to pay for the News", but sorry to say I am a little From Miss Mary Carter. Mr. I. D. Babbatrc. Editor of The slow in renewing. Wishing you a remain as ever, Breckenridge News. Dear Sir: I re- -' prosperous year ceived your card reminding mc that Dewey Triplctt, La Porte, Texas. my subscription bad expired to The Living In Belmont, Ky. Breckenridge News. I will renew for Mr. J. D. Babbage. Dear Sir: Find six months. Enclose find 75 cents in postage. From Miss Mary Carter, 810 enclosed money order for $1.50 for renewal. Kindly change my address 1st Street, Henderson, Ky. from Louisville to Belmont, Ky. Yours truly, W. P. Allen. A New One. Mr. Babbage. Dear Sir: Enclosed Finds It Out, Atierward. find 50 cents in stamps. You will please send me The Breckenridge If a young man Is reall. In love, he News for four months. From Mrs. never says be can't nlTord to marry. James W. McCann, Hardin Grove, Ind. 1 Fine River Bottom Farm Sold. IllfllllHl 0 To get rid of 'that Tired, Bilious, Half Sick Feeling, take a dose of HERBINE It Cleanses the Stomach, Liver and Bowels It's a man's remedy that goes to the right spot. Puts life and activity into the torpid liver, strengthens the stomach and digestion and purifies and regulates the bowels. A timely dose of this excellent system regulator and bowel tonic will oftentimes ward off a spell of sickness. JAS. r. BALLARD, Proprietor ST. LOUIS, MO, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHnr(X6lll''''''''l'l''''l''''''''''',C For lale bjr alt Druggist! WORLD'S RICHEST OIL FIELD COPIED FROM LETTER DATED'MARCH 11, 1919 Trimplco, Mexico, March 11, 1010. The Capitol Petroleum Company, Denver, Colorado. Dear Sirs: I have put a new spot on the Mexican oil map. From this day on It will be locally known as "DR. EAST CAMP." This Is the point where I am building the houses, shipping the freight and building the wntcr supply. The well has been located by Geologist Butters. Thewell location will be about 400 feet from the cnmp and will he known as "CAUIt NUMBKK ONE." This will be the assembling point for all tools, machinery and other equipment. Wo will maintain a boarding house for the workmen here. The commissary will be at Quebrecjia, about two miles north on the Camlno Ileal ("Main Highway"). Mr. Brookshlre, the engineer, will go with me with all field notes to correctly establish the corners. Mr. Brookshlre is with the A. B. Hltchman Company of tlds city and Is very familiar with the old landmarks and will probably complete ids work within three, days. You will appreciate this Is a Jungle country and he will have to take wit!) him two men to cut the brush as he runs the lines. Your telegrams come through promptly now. Yours very truly, II. B. OUTIIIIEY, Superintendent Mexican Properties. (COPY OF TELEGRAM FROM SUPT. TAMPICO PROPERTIES). 1010 Mar. 22 AM 12 IKi A1DA 30 Via Laredo Tamplco Mex., 21 Capital Petroleum Co., 415 Dcnlmm Bldg., Denver, Colo. Work all started on both leases; can rush work as fast as your appropriations Justify; machinery and tools on ground; placed order for casing today. H. B. GUTHItEY, Superintendent Mexican Properties. Another New One Mr. J. D. Babbage: You will find enclosed $1.30 for The Breckenridge News for one year's subscription. Please send at once and oblige. Mrs. C. E. Burch, Mooleyville, Ky. From Kirk, Ky. Mr. Jno. D. Babbage. Dear Mr". Babbasre: Enclosed vou will find seventy-fiv- e cents for which please send mc The Breckenridge News for six mouths. Yours truly, John Kirk, Ky. Mc-Lim- j From Rockvale The Breckenridge News, Clover-por- t, Ky. I am sending a $1.00 bill for which please send The Breckenridge News while that pays to J. H. Aubrey Rockvale, Ky. Moves In From The West. Mr. Babbage: Will you please send me The Breckenridge News for one year and send mc the charges on same. I took your paper when I was out .West at Ft. Assimibainc, Mont. Awaiting your earliest reply. I am, yours truly, Mm. J. Hanks, 13:25 Hull St., Louisville, Ky. Been A Subscriber Forty Years. Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: I will send a money order for $1.50 for the good paper, The Breckenridge News which I have been a subscriber to for forty years. I don't want to miss a copy for I (am so lonesome without your good paper. Yours very truly, Mrs. Lucy Ky. ; Pate Walker, Hardinsburg, K. Copyright MSi by J. IKrnolda Tobacco Co. FINANCIAL CONDITION All the company's property, Including leases, drilling rig, pumping machinery, tanks, pipe lines and equipment of all kinds, Is paid for In full, and the company has no Indebtedness whatsoever. About $8,000.00 bus nlready been appropriated toward the first Tamplco well, and a good balnnce is now In the treasury. The money raised from the present sale of stock Is to be used principally In drilling on our Tamplco property. A well here costs about $30,000.00. MOVED TO NORMAL, ILL. Dear Mr. Babbage: As I haven't been getting my paper for the last f':w weeks on account of moving will have you to change it to Normal, 111. R. R. No. 1. can't do without the paper, it is just like a letter from liome.J 3 smokegame with a hankering for a handout for what ails your smokeappetitel Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question For, with that cuts you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat worries! Made by our exclusivepatented process, Prince Albert is scotfree from bite and parch and hands' you about the biggest lot of smokefun. that ever was scheduled in your direction! the PLAY if you're rolled Into a cigarette it Prince Albert ia a pippin of a pipe-pa- l; P. A. is simply everything any beats the band! Get the slant that man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing to once you get that Prince figure up the sport you've slipped-o- n Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokcryctcm! You'll talk kind words every time you get cn the firing line! d tin huml' Toppy Ttd bate, tidy Ttd tint, handtomc pound and dort and that clatty, practical pound cryttal glatt humidor with tpongt moltttntr top that kttpt tht tobacco In tuch ptrftct condition. half-poun- 9 SUFFERED WITH RHEUMATISM CA- DIVIDENDS Pn Jan. On Oct. 15, 1918, the Company paid' a 6 per cent cash dividend on par. 15, 1919, the Company paid a 10 per cent cash dividend op par. On Apr. 15, 1919, the Company will pay a 122 per cent cash dividend on par. TARRH AND STOMACH TROUBLE "I think 'Number 40 DT LAST CHANCE APRIL TAKE WARNING 5th 3 To participate In the 12 per cent cash dividend to be paid on April 15th your subscription' must be dated and mailed on or before April 5th. DO IT NOW I For The STOCK NOW, Four equal monthly payments or per cent discount for all cash with order. 5 25 FOR CTS. A SHARE 924 SO. GEO. B. KEMP CO. FOURTH ST. IF INTERESTED SEND PRINTED MATTER. LOUISVILLE, KY. THE MOST DANGEROUS DISEASE No organs of the human body are so Important to health unci loni; life as the kidneys. When they slow up' and commence to lae In their duties, look outl Kind out what the trouble Is without delay. Whenever you (eol nervous, weak, dizzy, suiter from sleeplessness, or have ..pains In the back wake up at once, your kidneys need help. Theso art- signs to warn you that your kid-neare not performing their function properly. They ore only half duiK thtrfr work and sto allowing: Impurities to accumulate and be convertand ed Into Uric acid you other poisons, distress and will which are causing destroy you unless they are driven system, from your yr Blood' as a blood purifier has no equal. When I began to take 'Number 40' I was in very poor health as I had rheumatism, Catarrh, Stomach Trouble, Lead Poisioning, and an Itch that I had tried almost every known remedy to relieve. 1 have taken six battles of 'Number 40' and am on a fast road to recovery. I owe my life to it as I used to weigh 127 pounds atyl now weigh 148, my usual weight; I could write more but this should be enough to convince the most skeptical, and you are at liberty to use this letter anyway you desire." Geo. Klinker, Lima, Ohio. The ingredients in "Number 40 For The Blood" are set down in the U. S. P R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, LQQK-SPRIN- G BUY DIRECT Winston-Sale- m, N. C. IS HERE-SAV- E FROM MANUFACTURERS Mausoleums, Monuments, Markers CUT STONE, INTERIOR MARBLE Furnished or Installed Our representative will ho In your city shortly. Drop us a postal card for appointment that he may call on you with full set of You will be under no obllgatlon Monumental Photographs. and un opportunity to show you these designs will bq appreciated. WRITE TODAY Dispensatory and other reliable med- Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules at once. They are an old, tried preparation used all over the world for' centuries. They contain only soothing oils combined with g strength-Kivln- tr and herbs, well known and used by physidaJly practice. UOLD cians In their MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are Imported direct from the laboratories In llollund. They are convenient to take, and will either give prompt relief or your money will be refunded. Ask for them at any drug store, but be sure to get the original Imported OOLD MEDAL brand. Accept no substitutes In sealed packages. Three sizes, system-cleansin- ical books as follows: "Employed in diseases of the glandular system, in blood poison, constipation, stomach and liver troubles, .chronic rheumatism, catarrh, sores, ulcers, skin eruptions, mercurial and lead poisoning. Under its use nodes, tumors, scrofulous swellings that have withstood all other treatment disappear as if by magic." Prepared by J. C. Mendenhall, Evansville, Ind., 40 years a druggist. Sold at Wedding's Drug Store. PKTEU-BUHGHAU- D STONE CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Peter -- Burghard Stone Company, Inc. Established 1880 I contemplate bujln monument. Kind.' Ij'Mnd me fullest Information. Name Address , Plant Covers City Block 13TH.14TH ON MAPLE Show Rooms 309 W. ""i JEFFER80M 3 LOUISVILLE, KY. SHIP 4,260. DOZ. EGGS. Mr. J. R. Sanders Does Large Pro-- ., duce Business For Kentucky Creameries Station Here. Mr. J. R. Sanders, manager for Station S3 located here for the Kentucky Crsameries which arc owned and seated by Armours Copjpany, ship-1to Louisville last Friday, 4,460 packed in., 142 cases. This 4mm, is tn large sWpmsat JUr. Sanders it am tome altitf he 4, ships between 143 and 180 cases each week, but the 143 cases accumulated in four days time. Besides the eggs, Mr. Sanders also shipped 8000 WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS pounds poultry last BRECKINRIDGE-BAN- K week. On Saturday, the checks that he paid put in Cloverport during the foregoing week for produce, amounted to $2,048.00. In other words he OF CLOVERPORT SECURITY EDWARD BOWNE, President SERVICE CONTENTMENT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier . pays out nearly as much money ing the month in this city as does the L. H. & St. L.-- R. R, to its shop employes here. dur- ' 41 PAG THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY . APRIL 9, 1M How Do They Do It? I am a would be writer Of domestic turn of mind,, And I could many stories write, If I but time could find. But, just when genius starts to burn why, so the bread docs, too, ' And I must put my plot aside There's nothing else to dot Oft times I'm simply aching, A fairy talc to tell, But when I get out pad and pen , The baby starts to yell. I think of an adventure To make a splendid yarn, But there look at that basket! I've a hundred socks to da'rnl And when at' last the work seems done And hope within mc sings, The dog jumps up and starts to growl And then the door bell rings! The iceman crabs my tale of love. The milkman kills romance, A neighbor comes to chat awhile If I sit down by chancel The thing that puzzles me it docs Whene'er I read a book Is how they ever wrote the thing, And how much time it took. I 'mean, of course, the book's that arc Signed by some woman's name. "Singed by" I say! I'm here to bet Men wrote them just the same! FARMS FOR SALE ( THEY ARE ALL BARGAINS PICK THEM OUT No.l 77 A. of fine river bottom land located in Tobins Bettom?' Ind., iyi mi. from landing across the river from Cloverport, Ky., i&6 A. hill land $4 niile back of the 77 A. tract. These two farms will-bcold together for $8,000, one half cash, balance in three annual payments. Description of the 77 A. tract is as follows; 65, A..offine level bottom, about 12 A. running up on the approach of the hill where the improvements are, which consist of a four room cottage, small barn, one spring, two cisterns' and one' well and some wire fencing. 12 At arc in wheat and 20 A. in timothy and alfalfa. Description of the 133 A. tract is as follows: About lOo A. rolling balance rough with 40 A. of the rough land in w.oods 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 1st 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 Yi mite from Hardinsburg, Ky. which is the county seat of Brcckinrdige 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. Price $13,000.00, one half cash, balance in three annual payments. -- &Marx A message to farmers about "Satisfaction guaranteed" 4 WE say 'satisfaction guaranteed" a good deal. We would like to have you know what we mean by that phrase. Satisfaction in clothes means to us exactly what it means to you; you decide it. All merchandise made by human hands and sold at any store may have defects; none of us are infallible; we can't possibly guarantee merchandise, except that we can guarantee that For, though rich women have their maids' Too many, by a sight My common sense tells me that they Are not the kind who write. I'll say it is a mistery ' There's much more to be said But there my husband's howling: "Won't you EVER come to bed I" Cartoons Magazine, If interested in either of the above propositions call or' address J. O. SEATON Cum. phone 29 J Cloverport, Ky. Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes HITES RUN Mrs. Allen Elder and little daugh Ind, Mildred of 'Logansport, came last week for an indefinite stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. are all-wo- ol and stylish ter, GOLDEN RULE STORE To Our Clients Everywhere Recommend IMMEDIATE PURCHASE of We But what we can guarantee is that the clothes will satisfy, and if for any reason they don't we'll make good. Naturally we have to be pretty careful the goods we sell, or we couldn't keep on guaranteeing satisfaction on our goods. If anything doesn't satisfy you, we give your money back as much for your sake as for ours; we don't care to keep any money we don't give value for. a-b- out Walker. Eugene Smart and C. B. Waggoner of Stephensport, visited relatives here Sunday. Miss Annie Rasham entertained i number of young folks Sunday after noon. Roy Chapin was the guest of friends in Webster, Sunday. Eugene Greenwood and wife spent the week-en- d here the. guests of Nobe Sahlic and Mrs. Sahlic. Mrs. Margaret Taul of Cloverport, is visiting her son, Frank Walker. Miss Eula Rowland and Miss Hall returned to their home in Hawesville Saturday after a week's visit with the . Just received a full line of Spring Merchandise of every description. Call and see our new goods. Here are a few of our numerous lines. Wyoming- - Kentucky Petroleim Shares AT MARKET PRICE 18c net per share 29 PROKEN- V THIS COMPANY HA8 4 DUCING WELLS IN TUCKY. $1;50 Ladies Voil and Organdy waists, lace and col- value-givin- g, "Satisfaction guaranteed" is simply and we believe you'll' like the spirit at this store. ; . ' ' Misses Rowland. Mrs. Chas Smart came home Tues day from Kansas City, Mo., after at tending the funeral of her little grand daughter, Kathleen Beavin. Misses Harrington who are attend ing school in Cloverport spent the week end here with their father. Miss Emma Blythe visited relatives in Cloverport a few days last week, e John Orin Hardin and Stuart were Sunday guests of John Blythe, Jr. Bab-bag- ored embrodered trimings Made up in the latest styles. $3.98 Ladies Crepe DeChine waists in white and flesh colors. Very pretty and stylish. $4.98 Ladies extra size black Crepe DeChine waists. Extra large sizes, 46, 48 and 5Q. i $5.00 For Jersey top silk petticoats with changeable silk ruffles. ' Comes in all ' All sbpuld be on the pump . ylthln lA days. In a vety'iow months the Income from oil should enable them to pay substantial dividends. 8,103 Acres In Kentucky. following absolutely The proven : LINCOLN COUNTY. . 63 Acres ALLEN COUNTY.... 100 Acres 100 acres, Galnsvllle pool, Allen County, surrounded by production 50 bbl. offset well. 1,750 acres in Grayson County choice prospective land, but as yet unproven. 5,800 acres In Adair County, one well on this property has been producing oil for over 50 years and good for 5 to 10 bbls. per day. Two wells being drilled. ESTILL COUNTY. . . .200 Acres B F Beadd HARDINSBURG PROPOSED HIGHWAY FROM HENDERSONContinued from Page 1 - colors. $1.25 Buster KENTUCKY Finish The Job Get this slogan in your mind finish the Job! That is good old United States language. It is a slogan of the Victory Liberty uoixn Brown and Chipman make, silk hose in brown, navy blue, gray and black. Splendid qualit- ALL WELLS DRILLED TO DATE ARE PRODUCERS. . The company .has several thousand acres In Wyoming and 43 r.JI V1 The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes j ies$2.00 to $4.98 Men's new Madras and silk shirts in all colors and designs. The ana li ins. very latest. 50c, 75c and $1.00- new wells and ore centering their energies on shallowi Inexpensive drilling, from 100 to 350 feet deep. The oil sands run from 5 to 20 feet In thickness. The wells are estimated to pro- -' duce from 5 to 50 barrels a day. 1,300,000 8HARES OUTSTANDING. . The Company has been reorganized. The new management is composed of substantial business men who understand oil. production. If their present Utah. They are drilling many know that we have just had a conference with Rodman Wiley, Commissioner of Public Roads, on this matter. He is very much interested in the proposal and to sucli extent that he announces that he will designate the Louisville Owenslioro road as a Federal Aid Project provided that Hreckiuridge Hancock, and Meade Counties. will fall in line with the scheme and provide such funds as arc sufficient to meet Federal and State Aid in building a road thru their respective cou-neic- road from Louisville to Owens-bor- o for the simple reason that it will give us direct communication with the territory traversed and which is to a certain extent undeveloped because of inadequate highways. "Won't you please give this matter the widest publicity in Breckinridge County where I know that you have a great deal of influence and any other manner in which you can forward the movement will be greatly ap- On the eve of the opening of the final drive for funds with which to pay A New Epidemic Appears.. for the trimmings' after whipping the Huns, this phrase finish tho Job (s illuminating and inspiring. It has the With the cessation of hostilities, a good old Yankee punch. new epidemic has appeared. It is We are not quitters. We believe in known as 'the "I'm Thur-enza- " and playing the game to the end. The very peculiar its ravages are confin- pluck and grit which prompted the ed to war workers only. "Lost Battalion" commander to send message, is The initnal symptoms is a sense of hU famous lassitude a feeling of What's the the same sort of pluck and grit we find use? It's all over. Why should I do in our streets anywhere. The occasion alone is roquired to bring it out. war work? Steps are being taken to isolate the In the Fifth Loan our workers will go "Go-to-Hol- Men's latest style ties 'and hose of beautiful quality silks. - ABOUT GROCERY DEPARTMENT Just received a full line of Ferry's Garden seeds. Also seed potatoes, Early Triumphs, Rose and Irish Cobbler's. Bring us your chickens and eggs. Also garden truck. We pay highest prices. progressive plans are carried out this, In our opinion, will be one of the most prosperous companies In the State. AT 18c PER SHARE you get In at price. We predict n substantial profit for those who rock-botto- preciated. Sincerely, (Signed) Eugene Stuart, Secretary." NEW STANDARDS IN JUDGING CARS. s. that Davies county has completed a road to tbe Hancock County Line. Jefferson County desires to complete the asphalt to the borders of her county. Jefferson County can only secure dollar for dollar on such Federal Projects but Meade, Breckinridge and Hancock Counties will be more fortunate as I understand these counties have an assessed valuation of not more than in which case the Federal Government and the State of Kentucky will pay of the total cost of such roads. "The Louisville Automobile Club is greatly interested in a is $10,-000,0- 00 "It my undrcstanding three-fourt- hs Continued from Page 1 cd toward the evolution of the perfect car. In the 1011) Beauty-Si- x these engineers present the farthest advance in motor construction. Frugality in consumption of gasoline and lubricating oil are accompanied by economy in the wear of the tires, a saving due to the carefully calculated weight and balance of the chassis. Simplification in construction and extreme determination in the selection of material have reduced the maintenance cost to a minium. While effecting these economies, moreover, the designers have actually increased FOR LIVER TROUBLES. the attractiveness of the Beauty-Sitypifies the latest The Auburn-Si- x Biliousness, constipation, etc. try tendencies in motor construction, and the tonic laxative, Wedding's Pink I am gratified, tho not suprised, at Liver Tablets. 25c per box. Wedthe enthusiastic reception acorded it. ding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. , x. germ also those who are carrying it. d The epidemic is not nevertheless its advance must be stemmed. "Cold Feet" is a marked symptom. Another indication if the presence of the germ is forgetfulness (that the boys are still over, there.) The victims as 'a rule cannot concentrate the mind (on war work.) The sight becomes imparred (can't see so licitors for war relief funds.) The ears become affected (can't hear the appeals of the world for food.) Heart doesn't beat as it use to, and. in advanced stage that organ seems turned to stone. A vaccine consisting of equal parts of tincture of quit and gdod American spirits, a dash of patriotism and a peck of pep is effective. Shelby ' News. wide-sprea- to it with the spirit that insofar' as money can assure, a lasting peace, we shall see it through if we hare to fight for it. We ourselves are not a "lost battalion," nor 8tray.and wandering aimlessly. We are right here safe on the Job. The only thing that's popping round us is some political shrupnel, the recurrent BUY NOW. $ 18.00 buys $ 90.00 buys $180.00 buys GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVERPORT, KY. I whose echoes soon will bo drowned in wave of patriotism, which is bound to buoy us up when tho Victory Loan drive gets in full swing. Most of tho "Lost Battalion" are with us, thank God, but it is no time to quit. All our boys must be brought home. Every worker for the Victory Lib-ort- y Loan knows full well that the Government must have the money, and wo owe it to the' boys who fought for us, and we owe it to ourselves and humanity to clinch the victory. Our country's reputation and credit are at stake. At humanity's court we shall not stop until the Golden Rule lias become the rulo'governlng the nation, .and first we must live up to It ANNOUNCEMENT Tom Stark and M. B. Lowman have joined their 'organizations and are conducting a General Advertising Agency under the firm name of STARK-LOWMAN transferred on Compnny's books Issued In your name and mailed registered to you. Unless you are la business or already established with us your check should accompany order. THE OPPORTUNITY IS NOW. Kelley-Carter We will ,.100 shares 500 shares 1000 shares. have certificates Company John 8. Kelley, Jr. E. B. Carter. Ihter.Southern Bldg. 310-11-- CO. " LOUISVILLE, Main 922. KY. Mr. Stark is President of the Co mpany, Mr Lowman is Vice President and General Manager and M. K. Stark is Secretary and Treasurer, City 3478. r. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST r ourselves. Finish the Job! Their Offices arc all in Suite 517-W- O m Crutcher-Stark- s Building. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS i Located permanently tit HaritassMM Occupying o$cc recently ynrsfrsi Ur. Wattwr y