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CLOV ERPORT, a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 8 Months. 8 KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1919 Pages 'l',wl,MIM''w,'WMWMWMMli'',l,'l'l''',ili,,wl'M",Wi No. 42 PLAN TO INCLUDE PADUCAH IN OHIO FLYING CIRCUSES On Tour. Famous American, French And British Flyers Giving REV. E, B. ENGLISH ACCEPTS CALL IN HARDINSBURG PLANS COMPLETE AN ELECTRIC MOTOR Installed in The Cloverport Flour Mill. Messrs Squires And Bandy Find it Satisfactory. TROPHIES TO BE GIVEN VICTORY FOR THE VICTORY LOAN WORKERS One of the great flying circuses, composed oft he heroic flyers that L.intc proposal counties have been developed in the French, Will Serve Glen Dean Baptist British and American forces during Church Too. Berea Church Between Jefferson And the war is to visit the cities of the Adopts Resolutions. Eighth Federal Reserve District this Counties Made month to put on sham battles in the air and do for the people the diffi Rev. E. B. English, former pastor AT MEETING OF LOUIScult stunts learned in the necessity of of the Baptist church in Bcrca, Ky VILLE AUTO CLUB. war. arrived in Hardinsburg, last week to The great squadron for this dis- assume his work as pastor in charge At, the annual banquet and meeting trict begins its exhibitions at Memp- of that church and of the Glen Dean his, April 12, then goes to Little of the Louisville Automobile Club Rock, April 13; .St. Louis, April 14, Baptist church. Giving two Sundays held at the Seclbacli Hotel in Louis- and Louisville, April S3. At each each month to the two churches. It was previously reported in The ville, last Thursday evening, a pro- place thousands of people are expect- Breckcnridgc News that Rev. Ei'gWsh posal was made by William Furlong, ed to gather from the surrounding had accepted a charge in the West president of the club to extend the territory to witness the daring "air Point church. This, however, was a raids" that will be made. mistake and tne .News was projected Ohio River Route to The men from the British, French !formej and this include all the and American forces have been turn Something of the esteem in which bujlt on from Owcnsboro through to ed over to the Treasury Department Rev. English and Mrs. English are for service in the Victory Liberty held among their former associates Cracken. may be gathered The plan outlined by Mr. Furlong Loan campaign, and will be under and the direction of the Bureau of Publi- from the following resolutions copied is for the Federal Aid highway to be city of the Victory Loan Organizabuilt on from Owensboro threw to tion, Frank R. Wilson, Director, Capt. from the Berea paper. "Whereas, our pastor, the Rev. E. Henderson, Morganfield and Marion Leon Richardson will be in charge of B. English, tendered his resignation the actual flights. along the Ohio river. on Sunday, February 2, 1919, to take A number of captured German effect on the last Sunday in Besides the members of the AutoMarch Folker planes captured by Gen. Permobile Club, and their wives, there shing's men, in addition to the Amer- next; "Resolved, that we accept his reswere present at the banquet, the ican planes constructed during the ignation, to take effect as specified; Judges from the counties along the war will be used in the air battles. "That in doing so we express our Ohio, who are interested in the highvery high appreciation of the service he has rendered in leading the way. Rodman Wiley, State Road church into harmonious spiritual life Commissioner, Judge Newman of and a, larger experience in giving for Hawesville and "Judge Wells of SCHOOLS GA. the Master's work, and in building Owcnsboro were speakers on the the beautiful house in which we worprogram. ship; that we also express our apWiley Urges Club To Boost Route. Edmund Wroe Elected Super preciation of the untiring service of Rodman Wiley, in his address, is intendent. One Highest Salar Mrs. English ill all branches of Chris-tai- n work; that we Hold them both ied Principals In Ky. said to have urged the members of in high esteem and affection; deeply the Automobile Club to boost the regret the sundering of the ties of Mr. Edmund- Wroe, son of Mrs. friendly intercourse and Ohio River Route to Paducah. He C.hristain felfurther said that thisproject for good Thos Wroe of this place, who is now lowship that have grown up between roads nee'ded the help of a live or- principal of, the Ashland High School us, and pray that the blessing of God 1 has resigned his present .place tQafcJ ganization like the Auto Club. thema- cept a much more responsible posi- bundantly useful and happy in their Judge Newman Speaks. Judge Newman said that 'Kentucky tion as superintendent of the City new field of labor." has long been noted for three things schools in Northeastern Georgia. He The article concerning Mrs. Engnamely good whisky.fi ne horses and will enter upon his new work this lish was clipped from the same paper, fall. pretty women; that the whisky is and appeared under the Public School Mr. Wroe is one of Cloverport's Notes. It says this: to be tabooed; horses are about to be discarded for automobiles, boys of whom the people here have "Mrs. English gave a splendid which will leave only the pretty wo- ever reason to feel proud. For a paper at Association men. He suggested that more good number of years he'was one of the on the care of our boys and girls. roads be built so that automobiles grade teachers in the Cloverport "The following resolutions were can be used more extensively in Public School, and later was made voted unanimously: showing off to advantage the women. principal. From here, he went into "Resolved, That we, the Principal Paul Lewis, cashier of the Breck- - a broader field of labor, and since and teachers and members of the inridge-Ban- k 'of Cloverport attended then he has undoubtly acheived much of Association the banquet with Judge Newman. Continued on page 4 Berea Graded School, tender Mrs. E. B. 'English our sincere thanks for the efficient work that she has done as Assecretary of the sociation of the Berea Graded 'School District. We feel that the success of the Association is due in no small measure to her untiring work. Her presence at every meeting of the Association has been an inspiration to the Principal, teachers and parents, and the unselfish interest of Mrs. McDanieis, Breckinridge County, Kentucky, English and her family have been worth much to all the activities of the school. on Mondayj April 21, 1919, Beginning "We regret deeply that Mr. English must leave us and we know that One O'clock p. m. or Thereabout not only our school but the town regrets to lose from their midst a family that renders so cheerfully such unselfish service. I shall offer for sale at Public Auction, at the Dr. J. H. "We wish Mrs. English much joy Hart residence in McDanieis, Breckinridge County Ky., on in her new home and we are .sure the 21st, day of April, 1919, at one o'clock P. M, or therethat her friends will be as legion and faithful as her old are numerous and about the following described real estate, to wit : true. FIRST The home place on which the residence is Signed: Miss Dean RIVER ROUTE Exhibition. to ah Mc-Crack- en Messrs Squires and Bandy, proprietors of the Cloverport flour mill, and Among The Women of Breck- who make the Golden Crown flour, inridge County. All Sections have recently installed a 40 horse power motor in their mill taking the of County Represented. place of a 45 horse power steam engine. LOAN WORKERS Earn A Medal With Name Engraved Upon It, Civilians D. C. S. ! Pa-duc- ah mis-m- fellow-worker- s, WILL HEAD CITY IN S. E. Parent-Teacher- 's Parent-Teacher- 's I Parent-Teacher- 's Public Sale of Land CLAIM ON AN The motor is large enough to run Every workcrp articipating in the all the mill's machinery at one time Victory Loan, which will be offered RIDGE $200,400. if necessary, and the proprietors are to the public April 21, will be awardexceptionally pleased with it. The ed a medal by the Treasury DepartThe names given below completes cost of the motor was $800, and was ment for his services. The medal the plans of the Woman's Organizat installed hy Mr. Garfield Burden of will be made 'from a captured German ion for the Victory Loan Campaign the Cloverport Ljght and Ice Co. cannon, with a reproduction of the opening next Monday, as announced Treasury on one side and certification by the County Chairman, Mrs. R. B. Harncd; Miss Nora Nottingham, Lo- of loan participation on the other. McGlothlan of Irvington. The quota cust Hill; Miss Emma Lou Moorman, Under the plan announced at Washfor Breckinridge County as a whole, Glen Dean; Miss Bcttie Taylor, Hard- ington, the medal will be the size Of is $200,40o which was given out Mon- insburg; Miss Mary Henry, Irving- a half dollar. Space will be left for day by the County Chairman, Mr. W. ton; Miss Sallie Richardson; Union engraving the name of the participatStar; Miss Kate Cooper, Vanzant. J. Piggott. ing worker on one side. Sales Committe The various Chairmans under Mrs. The medal will be to the workers Miss Mary McGavock, Chairman, in the Victory Loan, working supervision include, McGlothlan's after Miss Mary McGavock, Cloverport, Mrs. L. D. Jones, Hardinsburg; Mrs. the guns in Europe 'have been stillDirector of Sales, Miss Angie Gibson Jess Howard, Glen Dean; Mrs. C. II. ed, what the Distinguished Service r, of Irvington. Distributor of Supplies; Drury, Bewleyville; Mrs. Ava Cross was to the worker in the trenWest View; Mrs. Shelby ches for the harder and more danMrs. W. J. Piggott, Irvington, Dir-ertof Speakers; Miss Mildred D. Tucker, Harned; Mrs. I. B. Richard- gerous service. It is intended as an Babbage, Cloverport, Director of son, Garfield; Mrs. Paul Chambliss, appreciation of the service to the McQuady; Mrs. Lora Meador, Kings-woo- thousands of American citizens who Publicity. Mrs. Frank Ferry. Cloverpott; realize that the war has been won, And their committees are composed Mrs.W. J. Piggott, Irvington; Mrs. but who also are conscious of the of: Jess Henderson, Webster; .Mrs. DavPublicity Committee Continued on page 4 Miss Mildred D. Babbage, Chair- is, Mystic; Mrs. B. H. Bates, Matman, Mrs. J. W. Willis, Irvington; tingly; Mrs. George Lucas, Hudson; Mrs. Flora Gregory, Locust Hill; Mrs. Pete Sheeran, Kirk; Mrs. S. M. Mrs. A. M. Hardin, Lodiburg; Miss Arms, Hudson; Mrs. Will Davis, McQuady; Mrs. Ed Mercer, Madrid; Bobbie Brodie, Chenault; Mrs. GilRESMiss Martine Monarch, Kirk; Mrs. bert Pile, Custer; Mrs. John Morris, Big Spring; Mrs. Herman Lawson, Virgil Smith, Garfield; Mrs. Hoi Drane, Webster; Mrs. Pearl Burton, Corners, Mrs. Tom Spradlin, Mrs. W. J. Schopp, StephMystic; Mrs. B. H. Bates, Mattingly; ensport; Miss Mollie Dyer, Dyer; Mrs. Jess Miller, Sample; .Mrs. Ida Nottingham, Lodiburg; Mrs. Miss Clay Miller, Kirk; Miss Eliza Tragie Death of Ivan McCarty Paul Chambliss, McQuady; Miss Pile, Mook; Mrs. Asa Chancellor, And His Little Daughter Dora Gilbert, Stephensport; Mrs. Vanzant; Miss Viola Kiper, Madrid. House Catches Fire. Speakers Committee Tom Lyddan, Webster; Miss Forrie Mrs. W. J. Piggott, Chairman; Miss Hardin, Holt; Mrs. E. P. Hardaway, Glen Dean, Ky., April 14 (Special) Bewleyville; Mrs. Will Milner, Onion Elizabeth Skillman, Cloverport; Mrs. Mr. Ivan McCartv met with a tra- Star; Mrs. Henry Cashman, Lodi- Kate Jones, Glen Dean; Mrs. Dr. Elizabeth gic death Sunday morning- - in-- trying burg; "Sliss Bobbie Brodie, Chenaitlt"; daughter from their Sheeran, Kirk; Mrs. Tom Gregory, 'to rescue Miss Nelle K. Smith, Irvington. Harned; Mrs. Virgil Smith, Garfield; home which caught fire about 2 o'. Committe of Supplies. Miss Angie Gibson Chairman, Mrs. Mrs. M. L. Conkwright, Kingswood; 'clock that morning. The fire started F. S. Kincheloe, Hardinsburg; Mrs. Mrs. W. D. Smith, West View; Miss in the kitchen, and it was not disW. B. Taylor, Irvington; MrsfMinnie Essie Kendall, Webster; Miss Nell covered until Mr. and Mrs. McCarty Beauchamp,. Garfield; Mrs. Will Gar- Sheeran, Tar Fork; Miss Hardin, 'were awakened by the intense smoke. dner, Stephensport; Mrs. Horace Mc- Holt; Miss Gussie O'Bryan, Mooley- The mother picked up the baby and Big ran out the front of the house, while Miss Zelnia Strother, Coy, Union Star; Mrs. Hubert Brun-e- r, ville; Spring; Miss Beulah Payne, Bewley- Mr. McCarty had the older child and Frymire; Mrs. Mollie Alexander, Custer; Mrs. Flora Gregory, Hudson; ville; Miss Ora Wilson, McDanieis; went through the kitchen. Mr. 'McCarty and his daughter, Mrs. Alvin Withers, Kirk; Miss Ray Miss Eliza Pile, Mook; Miss Katie years old were severely Cooper, Vanzant; Miss Freda Paul, who was 2 Shell-maHeyser, Cloverport; Mrs. C. E. burned and only lived a few hours afFrymire; Mrs. James Brodie, Hardin Springs. ter the occurence. They were burried Mooleyville; Mrs. Harvey English, in the Macedonia graveyard. Preacher's Son Marries Amnions; Mrs. J. W. Meador, Custer; Surviving are the widow and baby, A Preacher's Daughter. Mrs. Elihu. Meador, Kingswood; Mrs. The wedding of Mr. James Vernon ana jur. Aiciartys mother, Mrs. Winfield Scott, Big Spring; Mrs. Wathen Drury, Bewleyville; Miss Lil- Farmer, son of Rev. Frank Farmer of James McCarty, and four sisters, Mrs. lian Glasscock; McDanieis; MissaElla Owensboro, and Miss Beulah Gab-ber- t, , C. W. Jones of Glen' Dean, Mrs. daughter qf the late Rev. Gab-ber- t, Charley Smith of Kansas, Mrs. .CharPile, Mook; Mrs. W. R. Moorman, was quietly solomnized in ley Oldham of Smithficld, Ky., and Glen Dean; Miss Virginia Payne, Evansville, Monday Apri 7. 'Mrs, S. E. Eskridge, postmistress of The bridegroom is known in Clov- 'Rockvale, By. erport, as his father was at on time j The bereaved family is very gratepastor of the Baptist church. Mr. and ful to the many friends who did everyMrs. Farmer are at home at 439 Clif-to- n thing possible for the comfort of the 'suffering ones. St., Owensboro. Hen-ningeor d; QUOTA FOR BRECKIN- FATHER DIES OF BURNS AFTER Con-stantin- e; CUING FAMILY Tux:kerr'-Mcbaniels7M'-i- ss his-littl- 1- -2 n, INJURED HORSE at Presented To The Qity Coun cil by J. C- - Nolte & Bro. Money Subscribed to Build Wharf Boat. The City Council met in regular monthly session Monday, April 7, with the Mayor, and all members of the Council present. The first business- before the body, was a claim presented by J. C. Nolte & Bro's. for the value of their delivery horse which was crippled last week while driving over a defective culvert in the street. The claim was referred to a committee to report on the value of the animal. . Mr. Austin Beavin was present asking that his license to run- a pool room be granted. The privelege had been refused Mr. Beavin at a former' meeting, .but this time they reconsidered the matter, and agreed to grant the license with a proviso that the room in which the tables were kept must be open to thestreet. No petitions nor painted windows were, to be permitted. The council also heard a petition read in which the citizens had voluntarily contributed about one hundred dollars to aid in building a wharf at the levy for the use of; steamboats. An order was made appointing a committee to make an estimate of the cost of the building to be lintlf nml nlcn a trnrlr in trr 1nvvn nn which the building could lie moved ) up and down the levy. The city will j aid in making Ute desired ! "He was a good friend -- but a poor Executor." located consisting of about one hundred and eighty nine (289) acres, which will be sold in two separate tracts, and then sold as a whole. SECOND One tract consisting of about seven acres, lying across the public road from the residence, and known as the John McDaniel lot. This lot will be sold as a separate tract. THIRD Also a tract of land known as the Herald tract, consisting of about one hundred and ninety (190), res, and on which is now growing about 50 or CO acres oHjne wheat; there is also on this tract a large quantity of marketable timber. This tract will be sold as a whole. All of this land is in a high state of cultivation, and is ' . well improved otherwise. The purchasers of this land will be required to pay cssh or. make arrangement that is equivalent thereof. Forthwith possession will be given the purchasers. The Administrator, will exhibit this property to prospective purchasers whenever called on so to do. 4 . Miss Steale, Miss Bowles, Committee on Resolutions." Caught A 5 lb. Bass. A party composed of Dr. Jesse Baucum, Dr. Forrest Lightfoot, Con-le- y Arnold, Billy Reid, Forrest Freeman and Jesse Bohler went to Petrie, Ky.f Sunday on a fishing trip. The champion fisherman of the day was Billy Reid who caught a 5 lb bass. Petrie seems to appeal to the fishermen because of a pond there which is noted for its large fish. One often hears that comment. Settling an estate, successfully calls for more than - : good intentioes. Principally it calls for years of "knowing how. Our own considerable success in settling estates springs from long practical experience coupled with personal kindly consideration, for the familes of those who leave their affairs in our hands. T.RUST DEPARTMENT LOST! Somewhere between the Cloverport Public School building and my home, a pair of gold rimmed spectacles enclosed in a spectacle case. Finder will receive reward if returned to ' The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. STRENGTH SAFETY . , J. E, HART, Mniiistratir DAVID M. BEHEN Cloverport, Ky. SERVICE PAGE 2 NOTES FROM THE COUNTY HARDINSBURG Henry Dellaven Moorman court in I.eitchtield. Dud McGftry was in Owensboro, Tuesday and Wednesday on business. Morris Kimhcloe of Louisville is visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. Judtie is Attending M. Kincheloe. Mr. and Mr J. H. Glsssrork were called to McDniels, Sunday on of the illness of her sister-in-laM rs Jim Spencer. Mr and Mrs 1. H Richardson were in Louisville last week. The C P church is being repaired. Mrs Hill Dowell of Ekron visited her niece. Mrs. Jim Steermna the week end RAYMOND "Melvin Stiff and Marshall Philpot spent Sunday at Robert Norton's in Lodihurg. Mrs. Walter ("ashman and Misses A. B. and Litch Cashman of Webster, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kroush. nomer i oiiock nas gone to uicia- homa for an indefinate stay. Mrs. Leon Cashman left the 20th to spend sometime with her son, M. D. Cashman and Mrs. Cashman of Askins. Ky. Mrs. Jesse Knott and grand-daug, Mi Lenora Ha and ranrlson Monroe Knott spent Wednesday of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hardesty of Paynesville. They were accompanied home by Miss Lillie h nt STEPHENSPORT Dr. G K Shively was in Louisville last week. Mrs. Pete Smith was in Cloverport, Mr. ami Mrs. Pierce Hardaway of guests Hewleyville were the of Mr. Harda way's sister, Mrs. F. W l'eyton and Mrs Peyton. Miss elma Hell of Tell City is visiting relatives here Mr. Joe S. Phelon of Owensboro, was here Saturday the guest of John O'Reilly and family. Ben Clarkson of Louisville spent the week-enhere. Miss Kessie Hcndrick returned from Loui.sville, Thursday. Miss Hettic Taylor who has been sick for several days is better. Miss Agnes Jarboe was the guest of Mr Andrew Kldcr and Mrs. Elder of Lakeland the week-end- . Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Davis and Miss Mary Heard were the week end guests of their sister, Miss Vir-- y m.i Heard of Louisville. ' Mesdames J. E. Kincheloe and R. R. Comptou after a visit with relatives in Louisville, have returned home. Mr. G. It. Robertson of Glen Dean, was the guest of his son, C. Vic Robertson and Mrs. Robertson, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Norton of Macon, Ga., arrived Sunday to visit their son, Mr. H. H. Norton and family of Kirk before going to Washington for their future home. Mesdames D. C. Walls, W. H. Hatcher and A. X. Kincheloe and daughter, Miss Clara Hell and Misses Sheila Poole and Kathleen Miller spent several days in Louisville returning home mid-week d Thursday. in Saturday. Miss Klnor.i Robertson visited tives in Glen Dean, Saturday and day. Mrs Bernell of Louisville is ing her daughter, Mrs. Geo. E. and Mrs. Hess. Mrs. J. R. Meador is in Louisville visiting her sister, Mrs. W. R. Hen-ningwho is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. E. L Yonts returned to their home Monday after a visit with Mrs. Yonts' parents, Rev. B. F. Wilson and Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. W. R. Moorman returned from Louisville, Saturday ofter a visit with relatives Misi Mills of Loui.sville. a trained nurse arrived Thursday to nurse Mrs. William Cannon who is seriously ill at her home. Miss Ruth CundirT returned home Friday after a lengthy visit with her sister, Mrs. William Carrigan and Mr Carrjg:m. er Misses Cecil and Marian Dix were Cloverport last Monday. L D Fox was in Hardinsbura- - last Knott Tuesday. Elihue Black and cousin, Otis Sing- Paul Hasham of Hardinsburg, was week-en- d guest of his parents, leton motored from Louisville, Satur the day and spent the night with relatives Mr and Mrs. W. L. Basham. near Union Star and took dinner here Miss Elizabeth English of AmSunday with the former's mother, ' nions was the guest last week of Mrs. Alex Rhodes and Mr. Rhodes Misses Nellie and Lucy Cashman. Sorry to report Mr. J. F. Basham - ivsuita Mrs. A. M. Miller of OnwrnBtt. I ..h v ii v vi 10 ui.1 was the Sunday guest of her sisters, Mesdames Lay and Paulman. BIG SPRING Miss Beatrice Robertson and brother, Roy of Skillman were week-en- d betore departing tor lames V. Clarkson attended the Y. A- W. guests of friends and relatives. Sunny Alabama. M. C. A. Demobilization Conference their horne Prof. E. B. McClure and Mrs. Ella Compton is visiting her and also to see J. R. Clarkson of left Sunday for their home in Elizabethtown who has been ill for daughter, Mrs. Guy Bandy. Corydon. Gilbert Kasey is moving to the old some time. ' home-stea- d recently vacated Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell and - Drry Mrs. Mollie Moorman has return children were Sunday guests of Mr. ed from Louisville after a visit to her by Mr- and Mrs.' Chas H. Drury who j have We Do well's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. son. Raymond and Mrs. Moorman. Kone to Alabama to live. Dowell near Union Star. B. S. Clarkson spent Saturday hate to K've "P these good people but do wish them much success and lots FALLS OF ROUGH Mrs. Olevia Lay, who spent the Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilt joe of good luck. winter with her son, J. H. Lay and Fishing seems to be the order of Mrs. Lay in New Albany, returned Blankenship were at Elizabethtown, the day. Friday. Wednesday. Mrs. Natalia Sarver of Louisville,' Fielding Clarkson spent Saturday H. Lay of New Albany, is James FCR A NENSAPSR AINT NO CINCM! the guest of his mother, Mrs. Olivia and Sunday in Louisville. OUH REPORTER SAVS fH6 vjgj Mrs. Geo. Prather and little daughLay. WE HAST IMPORMft.-rONter, Mary Willie went to Flaherty, OF SOME PEOPLE, THEN NNJST Mrs. O. E. Ferguson and little Don't Fail TVStNK Ml' MKIN' QotiHONS daughter. Virginia returned Sunday Friday. ) OUT. CURvOSiTI, OF TRSf Schuyler Martin is now at home from a week's visit with relatives in IN& T OVt SOME NEWS PER having received his discharge last TvV PtkPEtt Louisville. week. Mrs. Annie Gilbert of Cloverport, relaPfMEKE MW J. H. Meador spent several days was the guest of Mrs. Wm. Gilbert at West Point with his daughter, Mrs. Sun8t BlOOEfo BUT last Mondiv. Williams. there MMt visitMr. and Mrs. C. A. Tinius and Rv Ann better ONtS Bess H. S. English were in Cloverport. I .: Taaaaaaw GET RESULTS. -i v. i Mc-Clu- re j Compton Mildred Kincheloe spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Stith during Mr. Compton's absence in Kansas. Mrs. Horace McCoy and son, Wm. Stith came Friday to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs Z T.Stith. The sale of Chas H. Drury was well attended. Mrs. Thos. Haddock. Mrs. Her- I)ert Haddock and Ernest Compton were here Fridav Mr and Mrs. Chappell have been on the sick list. Mrs. Ray Keith has returned home after a visit in Ekron with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Stith. Mr. T. M Durbin. an organizer of the Woodman of the World, is here now and is having success reorganiz ing this lodge Mesdames Tebe and Cecil Dowell and Miss Mcda Dowell were dinner guests Saturday of Mrs. Ben Dowell. Mri D c Moremen. Glen Dean, is visiting her father. T. P. Haula way. Mrs. Ella Compton. Miss Tena Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. E .P. Hardaway and R j Cain were at the Coun. ty Seat Wednesday to meet the board of equalization. Mr. and Mrs. C. Wathen Drury spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. ter, M. - for Green Rros. T. Cook and children of Morgantown are the guests of her Mr. and Mrs Vic Pile were in parents, Mr. and Mrs. R ( Hrauch- Louisville. Thursday. , amp. Rev. E E. Bratcher filled his regess Wilkerson of Horse Branch ular appointment at Ephuses, Sunday was here last week to see his home afternoon Miss Hettie Alexander is visiting nlks. Mrs. Less Sarver spent Wednesday her cousin, Miss Jacie Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Compton were night with her sister, Mrs. Gus Salmon. in Louisville, Thursday and Friday. The Baptist Missionary Society Mrs. Mae Tilford and children of met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Mitchel, Ind., arrived here this week A. Weatherford. Mr. Tilford, to make their home. Miss May of Garfield spent the who died March lfl, of influenza was week-en- d here the guest o f relatives. born and reared in Grayson county Vic Pile lost a tobacco barn by and was the son of pr. N. C. Tilford. Besides the fire Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Eskridge spent tobacco it contained several hundred Sunday with their parents, Mr. and bushels of corn and many farming Mrs. C C. Eskridge. implements including a tractor. Your correspondent, Miss Lora J. M. Crume and Homer AlexanSprlngate is back home from the der were in Louisville on business Deaconess Hospital, Louisville, where last week. she underwent an operation for apThe Presbyterian Missionary Soc iety will meet Thursday afternoon pendicitis, and has almost recovered. Dr. Stanley ppent a few days last with Mrs. James McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brock and week in Louisville. children. Mildred and Virginia atSUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS tended church at Garfield, Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Smith. Bring us all of your Rev. C. F. Black and Wm. Butler who have been ill are able to be out again. Sunday school was reorganized at We pay the highest cash Ephesus, Sunday afternoon. It will meet at three P. M. every one is corPrices dially invited to attend. R. Misses Lillian and Louise May were in Garfield shopping Saturday. Branch House Cloverport, Ky., for HARNED h hook-keepe- r Mrs S. Produce Kentucky Creameries Owned J. Sanders, Mgr. and Operated by & Company Inc. Armour to Hear INS-rSM- Is. The New Edison The Phonograph with a Soul at 99 Thurs'iay. GARFIELD Walls of Hardinsburg. returned to her home Tuesday after a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Alexander of Mrs D. C. to know that Rev. Harvey English will be the pastor at church the coming year, the Mrs shcrdy Hasham and little dauglaer. Mildred of Harned were guests of her parent-.- , Mr. and Mrs. Jonr-Gray last week. Mrs Ion. bomai ami daughter, Alls. Mary IV ot Irviugtoii were here s Custer. Wc are glad Miss Nannie Lee Gardner and brother, G. B. Gardner of Chenault were week-en- d guests of their father, W. B. Gardner and Mrs. Gardner. Louis Otto Fox was the guest of relatives in Hardinsburg. Saturday. Wm. Gilbert returned to his work at Eddyville last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Carr of Alton, Ind., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Conner last week. Miss Bertha Garrett was in Cloverport, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kimbal of Vir- ginia. Minn., were guests last week of Mrs. Kembal's brother, R. A.I Smith and Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith were week-en- d guests of relatives at Hensley. Mrs. Emma McKaughan of Cloverport. was in town Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Chris Burkhardt of Paducah, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,Thos Smith. The entertainment given by the school onnils Satnrrl.iv I'veninir was Proceeds $4X00. Much McCh)re Cftd, ,( Uf I Is what everyone says about O i Wed- - anu Grippe. Wedding's :i"c per box. Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. ,ii n WEDDING'S DRUG STORE CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY BEWLEYVILLE Mrs. V. G. Babbage of Cloverport. visiting her mother, Mrs. Sue Foote. Mrs. G. O. Blanford and son, Edwin Stuart Blanford are in Owensis boro.R. M. Stith spent Friday at home enroute to Louisville. Mrs. Geo. R. Compton and daugh 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. Karges Wagons These wagons of the best materials, have a high in every particular grade finish and are First Clas:; Disc Cultivators. Best thats made Price light. Headquarters for Best Fertilizers, Gem Fertilizer for tobacco. Rescue and Kichmuns for corn or tobacco. One and two Horse Corn Planters. up-to-da- te BEARD BROS. I JUU gt., u,. at mght? Sanol U .urely of all ki.lmy or bladder trouMrs. Sanol fiv relief in 24 hour from all back- ache and Madder trouMcs. Sanol is a , ani, $1 (M, drug moil tl11' n '"' ,,,, ,(.,ly , ,)0e J Drop in and see me Friday shopping. Elmer McCoy ol Hardinsburg spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mrs Byron McCoy. Meador and little son, Harold Franklin of Lebanon came Wednesday to visit Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Meador of Custci Mr and Mrs. Guthrie Tucker and sous have niocd into their new home here. We are glad to welcome them in our town Stanley Gray, who has been With the A. E. F. in France, received his discharge last week and is now at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Klick Gray of Custer. Mrs. French of Mystic visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs Gtorgl Tabor last week Mis. R. W JUST A CLAIM. "Why do ihey call mining property a claim '!" "Too often you find out that Is all it is." IN LUCK. wr 1 PAT DILLON Hardinsburg, Ky. FARMS FOR SALE THEY ARE ALL BARGAINS PICK THEM OUT No.l 77 A. of fine river bottom land located in Tobins Bottom, Ind., Vi mi. from landing across the river from Cloverport, Ky., 13S A. hill land J$ mile back of the 77 A. tract. These two farms will be cold together for $8,000, one half cash, balance in three annual payments. Description of the 77 A. tract is as follows: 65 A. of fine level bottom, about 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 A. are in wheat and 20 'A. in timothy and alfalfa. Description of the 135 A. tract is as follows: About lOo A. rolling balance rough with 40 A. of the rough land in woods pasture; lots of good timber and 40 A. in grass for pasture. It is most all fenced with slat and wire. Large, good 7 room 2 story house, cellar under the house, a cetylene light plant installed in the house, and all kinds of out buildings, large stock barn, good crib, 12 A. of apple orchard with large cellar and cellar house in the center of orchard for storing fruit and vegetables, a cistern, 2 springs and 1 well for water with a good wind mill at the well, 10 A. of locust grove. If these farms are sold before April 1st possession can be had at once. The owner also has much fine stock which he will sell if the land is sold. 2. 180 A. good land l3 mile from Hardinsburg, Ky. which county seat of Breckinrdige county. 125 A. level land, balance rolling, all cleared but 20 A. which has some good timber on it. 25 A. arc in wheat, farm all under good fence with some cross fencing. There is a good 7 room bungalow in good condition which fronts the pike as you enter Hardinsburg good stock barn, good tobacco barn and two good tenant houses, 2 citterns, 1 spring and a pond for water. I rice $13,000.00, one half cash, balance in three annual payments. If interested in either of the above propositions call or addres The RrSVIOh a t much trade. Where is your teavtal Africa. has done for our E. A. HARDESTY GENERAL HARDWARE Mainly a in For-merl- y we sell a watch he wore no pockets to carry it in. couldn't natiw hec-aus- Stephensport, NEW KARGES WAGONS Ky. Ml: To get rid of that Tired, Bilious, Half-Sic- k Feeling, take a dose of For the farmer who needs a new wagon this Spring niie of these new Karges wagons which have just come in will be a delight to any farmer. That wagons sell for $190 and $125. HEROINE It Cleanses the Stomach, Liver and Bowels life and activity into the torpid liver, strengthens the stomach and digestion and purities and regulates the b.jwels. A timely dose of this excellent system regulator and bowel tonic will ol centimes ward off a spell ol sickness. We also handle Delker's Rubber Tired Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Trace Chains, Collars, Auto Accesories. BUY YOUR WIFE A NEW KITCHEN CABINET Or a Boat Oil Stove, a 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, Queensware etc. No. is the It's a man's remedy that goes to the right spot. Puts JAS. r. BALLARD, Proprietor ST. LOUIS, MO. nnrXm""""",""""",t3 tof Mlc b all Drug-gitU- xsy Cum. phone 2 J J. D. SEATON , Cloverport, Ky. i APRIL 16, ill! IRVINGTON d THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE 3 FRYMIRE U WITH THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE Brtincr spent the week-en- with Owensboro Is spending Easter vanow on Call cation with Mr. and Mrs. John Akers. Another letter from Scrgt. Head Every person occuping the amphiour Sam Rice, Louisville spent Sat- is written to his sister and brother theatre or reviewing stand is recogniand urday with friends here, and says: , country's zable. Some of our own line oi Spring Goods Dear Lizzie and Chas! I believe men are Wilson, Lansing, Maker, Mrs. Hiliary Allen, West Point and Miss Gcorgcia Cowley, Stithton arc I sent you a card from Pan's, so you Taft, Roosevelt, Hoover and Persh-hi- g Brashcar. Ladies Volic and Orare aware I spent a few days in the guests at the Ncafus Hotel. and many others I do not recall A little girl 'arrived at Mr. and Mrs. gandy waists, lace and coljust now. Lewis Bennett Moremen, Jr., Har- gay city. Roscoc Avitt, April IS, to make her Paris resembles our average Amer- Wouldn't Know Pres. ored embroidered trimold Parks and Harry Smith motored home. ican cities in a, business way. I would mings. Made up in the latMrs. Harry Ellsworth of Louisville to Louisville, 'Friday. Poincare's Mansion. Newsom Gardner has returned from say something like Toledo or Cleveest styles. spent the week-enwith her parents, It woul'd be easy to pass President a few days stay at French Lick land or possibly Detroit. It is so difMr. and Mrs. Jacie Barr. Poincare's mansion and not recog$3.98 Ladies Crcpc DcChinc ferent from anything else in France, Messrs Joe Robertson, Malcon Springs. nize it as such, for the only chance waists in white and flesh Misses Julia and Maggie Green- one feels he is out of France altoContinued on Page 8 Robertson, Gus Bargcr and Clarence one has to see it is thru a gate six gether. colors. Very pretty and Dodson were at the County Seat on wood have purchased G. T. Marshall's .or eight feet wide. It seems to ocBuildings Only Six Stories property ori Walnut street. They will Specializing In Trial Practice stylish. business last week. cupy the hollow of a square behind The buildings are usually from four the usual buildings along the streets. We regret very "much to learn of take possession this week. $4.98 Ladies extra size black MURRAY HAYES Mrs. Durwood Wroe and Miss to six stories high. I don't remember the sad death of Mrs. Maliala Parr of On the tower of St. Germainc there LAWYER Crepe DcChinc waists. Mabel Wroe spent the week-enat of seeing any higher, except church is now a siren which Shiloh on April fi, 1010. The bereaved sounded the Building Stithton with Mr. Wroe and Clinton steeples, and such things. There is Extra large sizes, 40, 48 ones have the sympathy of the comalarm when the city was being air LOUISVILLE Wroe. an endless amount of awfully fine raided. and 50. munity. It was from this tower the More Than 20 Years Experience Mrs. Wm. Herbert Fane and child- catholic churches. I saw the one Miss Pauline 'Frymire entertained Bartholo-(mcsignal was given for the St. $5.00 For Jersey top silk petat Rook Saturday night in honor of ren of Louisville, are visitors of Miss damaged by the German "75". I saw Massacre in which 30,000 French ticoats with changeable Mary Cornwall and Mrs. Cornwall. the dwelling place of former Kings Misses Ruth and Lucile McCoy and massacreed- - They protestants G. N. Lyddan has purchased a and Emperors. silk ruffles. Conies in all They were not bad were called 'were Virginia Dowcll of Union Star. Huguenots and many of at all. The hand carving and paint- terward came to America and are colors. DENTIST young ChevOlct. Mr, Paris Barr lost a fine Mrs. 'Margaret Chamberlain was in ing inside was wonderful. A room horse last week. It was kicked by mentioned in our histories. $1.25 Buster Brown and of Napoleon and "Napoleon" on the Located permanently in Hardinsburg. another horse while in the pasture Louisville last week. Sees Famous Art Gallery Chipman make, silk hose Clarence McGlothlan, a traveling ceiling on one side of the room and Occupying office recently vacated by and crippled. They had to kill the in brown, navy blue, gray The "Muse Dee Louvre" is an art Dr. Walker. salesman for the Ford Roofing Co., on the other, "Emperor of France." horse. gallery covering forty-njn- e acres and with Mr. and Mrs. and black. Splendid qualitMr. and Mrs. H. E. Frymire en- spent the week-en- d Describes Royal Palace. was begun in the days of Kings for T. N. McGlothlan. He left Monday PERMANENT DENTIST iesicriameu inc young pcupie iu a pany The Royal Palace covers- about six the collection of famous statues and Saturday night. All reported a nice for Nashville, Tenn. or eight acres and is built in a hollow paintings of the world. The original $2.50 Attention Railroad Lon Cowley and sister, Miss NanDr. R. I. STEPHENSON time. square. The court-yar- d was once "Venus nie Cowley will leave Friday t for De,Milo" is there. It was men and Farmer's HeadMr. and Mrs. J. F. Biddle and very pretty no doubt, but after the Office light overalls now at reRoscoe Avitt and family have Missouri, where they will visit rela- fall of royalty in France the palace sculptured 200 B. C. In the courtyard is. a statue of 'Lafayette contrtives for several weeks. moved into the former's new house duced prices. fell to some Duke who soon become MASONIC BUILDING ibuted by the school children of AmerDr. anl Mrs. W. B. Taylor motorwhich has just been completed on hard up and was compelled to rent ica. $6.00 and $6.50 Boys novelty ed to Hodgensville for the week-enHardinsburg, Ky. "Will Peters farm. the palace for tenements. It is now Gets Seated By An Mr. and Mrs. W H. Martin have suits with new side pockchildMr. and Mrs. Will Grant arid filled with stores, shops, and hundreds One afternoon we met some friends ets and trench belts. Ages ren have taken charge of the store returned to" Owensboro having s'pent of common renters and is not in very of ours from ' Clevland who insisted several days with Messrs and Mesand Post Office. 0 to 15 years. good repair. Eifel Tower is now oc- on us having dinner with them that Mr. Morton Wheeler has purchased dames John Nevitt and Elmer Kink cupied by a government wireless so evening. For fear of hurting their C. O. Graham's farm consideration at Basin'Springs. visitors are not allowed to go up. SPECIALS feelings, we accepted. At the table Mrs. Worland Carter spent the $1,500 and Mr. Graham has purchased New Painting Of The War week-en- d I happened to the unusual distinction in Cloverport. $1.00 Ladies bungalow a farm of about 72 acres near Weldon I think the most wonderful of all of being seated by an Station. Consideration $1,500 take Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne and son, apron, good quality per' possession first of May. We regret Morris Heston Payne have returned was a new painting of the war. It is Of course those. titles don't exist in cales and well made rega. panorama, forty-fiv- e feet high and France now. She is a middle aged To Loan On very much loosing Mr. Graham and from a motor trip to Georgetown value. ular having visited their daughter, Miss three hundred feet around. It is like woman very polished and wonderfamily from our community but wish The picture fully entertaining because she spoke Susie Thomas Payne who is attend- the inside of a drum. Breckinridge County per yard while it lasts them success in their new home. shows the general relief of all the English as well as I do. Her husband , Mr. and rMs. Owen Keys and baby ing school there. for unbleached muslin. Farms Mesdames J. M. Herndon and S. P. battle area from Calaos to Verdun. is a Major in the French army, and of West Point visited her sister, Mrs. 4c one lot of San Silk in Parks were in Brandenburg last week The streams, hills, valleys and towns is a nephew of Napoleon.. She told Will Shellman, Saturday and Sunday. By The Federal Land Bank of of battle fame arc recognizable. Ver- - me many things of France .1 never broken assortment. ' Messrs. Claud Dodson and Vertis to see their father, J. W. Lewis who Louisville at dun is the only name painted in gold. knew. She regrets that the French Sketo, Misses Eva Basham and Bessie is on the sick list. 5c 1 bar of Mascot Laundry Mrs. Jl S. Younger, Louisville has In the very dim distance, Metz is and Americans are not able to con Lee Basham attended high mass at soap. 5y2 per cent Interest Payuesville, Palm Sunday and took been the guest of Mrs. R. B. Mc- seen. Thei theme for it all is "The verse more because of the inability 9c 1 Box of Irovy flakes. Glothlan. They attended the Drury Return of the Victorious t Armies." leads to misunderstanding of the modinner with S. J. Brashear and family. You can see the blue, the khaki, and tive and spirit of the two. Ask Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Cart ase receiv- sale Saturday. Miss Nell Conniff, who has been ing congratulations on the arrival of on duty as a Red Cross nurse at Ft. GOLDEN RULE STORE n ?r3.rnc mi muni JOHN F. KNUE a 10 pound girl, April 1 Mrs. Mary Dodson and sons, Fred McPherson, Atlanta, Ga., sp'ent sevMcQuady, Ky. KY. CLOVERPORT, and Clarence aiid wife and baby, j eral days of last week with her mother, .Mrs. Adele Conniff leaving MonMary L.cc motored to uus uarger s day for Louisville to accept an apSunday. . pointment as night superintendent at When you have backache the liver or kid- the City Hospital. . Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Dowell of Clovneys are sure to be out of gear. Try it docs wonders for the liver, kidnevs and erport spent the week-en- d with Mr. bladder. A trial 00c bottle will convince you. and Mrs. J. O. Chapin Messrs. W. G. Dowell and C. W. ...PERMANENT... STEPHENSPORT Hawes attended the funeral of D. G. Continued on Page 8 Mrs. Anna J. Dieckman of Sample, spent last week with friends and relQUICK RELIEF. Always In office during atives. Office Hours: , Inington, Ky. c dice liours Miss Eva Basham is the guest of From "all coughs by using our Miss Henrietta Shively. Cough Syrup. 25c per bottle. L. Otto Fox was the week-en- d Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, ' guest of relatives in Hardjnsburg. Wm. Chenault of Owensboro, Mrs. was the guest of Mesdames P H. and Stephensport, Ky. J. B. Morgan, Friday. Mrs. G. E. Shively has a new line of Spring and Summer hats. Mrs. Annie B. Crawford, who spent Extra and Unusual Values That No One Can the winter in New Orleans, returned to her home Tuesday. Miss Leota Wegenast was called Afford To Miss In home form Kingswood, Tuesday on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. M. L. Wegenast who has since his sister, Mrs. S. J. Brashcar and Mr. Brcashcar and family. Ada Pearl Payne of Lodiburg is visiting her uncle, Filmorc. Johnson. Vcrtis Skclo of Lodiburg spent .night with Claud. Dodson. H. L. Druucr and little daughter, Dorothy of Louisville spent the week end with relatives and friends here. Eva Basham of Raymond spent Saturday and Sunday with Bessie Lee Mr. and Mrs. Gillie Dowcll, and son, Robert Taylor Dowcll, Long Branch visited Mr, and Mrs. Taylor Dowcll last week. Akers, who is attend-in- g St. Joseph's. Academy near Miss-Floren- Written To His Sister And Brother. all the Armies of the Allies returning from the field and arc about to pass in review before their various rulers, commanders, and' hero spectators. d They say Paris has not entirely returned to the gay life she once reveled in, but it seems quite gay yet to me. There is practically no limitations on pleasurable indulgences. For that reason it is the frockling place of the world. There is plenty of style and luxury, displayed by the ladies. Of course tho, in my estimation, they arc not equal to ours. At The Embarkation' Center I still have no idea when I will get home. Because this is an embarkation center our work will be required till all organizations are out of France. However I hope some day it will decrease and I can be spared. Mama asked me to tell her of my trip so just send this letter to her when you have read it. The descrip tions arc not complete but that would Easter Goods display. see immense $1-5- d 1000-7-- 8 n j , & Dr. J. C. OVERBY I I -, - son-in-la- w, l d. ss "ex"-countes- s. illion Dollars $1-5- 0 17c j I Your Easter Bonnet! San-a- j Just a few days left to select your Easter Bonnet, and still there are plenty of hats to select from. Come in and see my line of new trimmed and untrimmed shapes. . DR. W. B. TAYLOR DENTIST Men-trolat- ed Mrs. G. E. Shively Try a News Classified Ad on Something SOUTHERN RAILWAY ' relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gibson had for their guests on Sunday at their country home, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell and children. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schopp have returned from a two weeks stay at Dawson Springs and Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Fox an'd children, with Mrs. M. A. McCubbins will leave this week for their new home at Hardnsburg. We regret to give them up but, our loss will be gain. We wish them success. died. Mrs. Eugene Conner spent several days of last week in Louisville with We offer the 6 senotes of cured the above at 99 and ar interest. THE UNIVERSAL CAR l Buggies JustWrite at once for. prices, freight paid, on the style of buggy you arc interested in, or come and look them over carefully. They are set up ready to' hitch to. Act at once before they are gone. Henning Chambers & Co. Members New York Stock Exchange. 404 W. Main Remember that when you bring your Ford car to us for mechanical attention that you get the genuine Ford service" materials, experienced workmen and Ford factory prices. Your Ford .is "too useful, too valuable to take chances with poor mechanics, with equally poor quality, materials. Bring it to us and save both time and money. We are authorized Ford dealers, trusted by the Ford Motor Company to look after the wants of Ford owners that's the assurance we offer. We are getting a few Ford cars and first come first to receive delivery. received a large shipment. Both Steel and Rubber Tire. Very Fashionable and Beautiful in general appearance, i We have them in both wide and narrow bed. These are made by one of the very best factories in the State, and each and every buggy is fully guarenteed against defective material or workmanship. The factory is behind us and we stand behind the buggies, so you are perfectly safe in buying them. -I St Louisville, Ky. Hard-insbur- g's IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YPUR KIDNEYS dlately, .The soothing-- healing oil stimulates the kidneys, relieves inflammations and destroys the germs which have caused It. Do not wait until tomorrow. Go to your druggist today and Insist on COLD MBDAlt Haarlem Oil Capsules. In twenty-fou- r hours you should feel health ana vlror returning will blestl the day you first Teard and of GOLD MUDAb Huarlom Oil. After you feel that you Have cured yourself, continue to take one' or two capsules each day, so as to keep in I 'first-clacondition and ward oK tho UU JUJUUUftU. All these derangements are nature's? danger of other attacks. Ask for the original Imported a OLD signals to warn you that the kidneys ned help. You should Use GOLD MKOAL brand., Three les. Monsy reUXDKU Haarlem Oil Capsules imme-- 4 funded If they-- do not help you. .Kidney disease la no respecter of persons. A majority or the ills amicllns people today can be traced back to kidney trouble. Tlit kidneys ore the most Important organs of the body. They are the ftltevers, the purifiers, of your blood. Kidney disease Is usually Indicated by irearlneas, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stomach trouble pain In loins and lower abdomen, M1 stones, grayel, rheumatism, sciatic , ss ' T. J. HOOK County Agent Hardinsburg, Ky.. F0RDSVILLE JAKE WILSON, Manager PLANING AlILL COMPANY KENTUCKY. FORDSVILLE, ma THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAOB, Editor and Publisher EIGHT PAGES 1876 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SELF-FEEDE- R SAVES LABOR GREATER RED 1 Supply of Grain or Other Feed Kept Conctantly Available Device Gaining Favor. CROSS PLANNED .v . , , f i: L (Prepared by the United Stntea Depart mcnt of Agriculture.) With the Ingredients of n pood ra- Unified Action by Societies of tht SUBSCRIPTION RATES tion, constantly before them, placed so World Proposed. SuWriptlgn price $15.0 a year; ROc (or 4 montht; 75c for (I monthi. Ituilnot Local 10c that they may Cat nt will, hogs will per line tnl 5c (or each additional Iniertion. Card o( Tliankn, over 5 line, charged (or at the rate ol 10c per line. Ohituarle charged (or at tht rate ot 5e per line, money in make gains more rapidly and more' advance. Examine the label on your paper. It I It not correct, pleae notify u. economically than when fed by hand. Is growing In populariThe PLANS APPROVED BY WILSON NOTICE TO SUnsCRIUEUS When you have finlthed reading your copy o( THE BRKCKENRIDOE NEWS hand It to ty. It is simply a device by means of a Irlend who U not a subscriber; do not throw it away or detroy It. which n stipplyof grain or other feed Is kept constantly available to the H. P. Davison Gives In Outline at APRIL 16, 1919, hogs, in order thut they may always Paris Banquet Red Cross Program WEDNESDAY satisfy the craving of their appetites for World Welfare Dlstrwt in All Nations to Be Relieved Epidemics to Be Combated Central Bureau at Geneva. By JOS. W. HARTH, County Agent Members of tho pcaco delegations Any Assistance Rendered Drop a Card Your Questions Answered of all the powers Interested In the proposed lrnguo of nations and ambassadors and ministers from various countries, with sevcrnl hundred newspaper Begining this week the Farmers garden. This is the most valuable representatives from allied and neuColumn will be published rcgularily acre on the farm. It means a better tral countries, nt a dinner In Paris in each edition of The Breckenridge a more economical and healthier livrecently heard II. P. Davison of tho News. The column is for the farmAmerican ned Cross nnnotinco In outing. Plant enough to can.. ers of the county, and we hope all line International Red Cross plans for o will take a pride and interest in its world welfare. Mr. Davison hns been A first class seed bed for corn or success. Write in any1 questions you named chairman of a committee of Red Cross societies representing the want answered, anything you need tobacco is about half the cultivation organizations In the United States, on the farm and wc will try to help necessary. Perhaps it means more Pigs Getting Their Dinner at r. Great Britain, Italy, France and Japan you. We will also appreciate at any than half to the cultivation because "to formulate ifnd propose to the Red timq any information that you think the cultivation of a crop after it bewith respect to the kind and amount Cross societies of the world a proof value to the other farmers gins to grow depends very largely of may be feed. "The for Hogs" gram of extended Red Cross activities of the county. Bulletins on any agri- upon the condition of the soil before (Fanners' Bulletin 000) explains the In the Interest of humanity." cultural subject will be supplied free the seed was planted. advantages of the and gives Mr. Davison read a wireless meso at- any time. bill of materials necessary for Its con- sage from President Wilson heartily Nothing will pay bigger dividends struction. o approving the plans for The growing scnrclty of farm labor and extending the efforts of the Red . It is not too late to test the seed than the constant use of a disk har sysCross societies of the world. He said corn. This may save you the time row both before and after the soil is Is making It necessary to adopt and expense of replanting. It will broken. A good team and a sharp tems of farming which will eliminate they contained, great possibilities for a part of the work required nt rush also pay you to take some care in the disk harrow wi'l do more towird in- seasons. Such a system Is carefully lessening and preventing distress among nil peoples. selection of a variety that is suitable suring a good crop than' is usually described In "A Corn-Be- lt Farming Mr. Davison explained and summafor your soils. Many farmers make understood. When the surface of the System Which Saves Harvest Labor growing corn that is soil is thoroughly pulverized with a by Hogging Down Crops" (Farmers' rized the great plans and prepara the mistake of tions. too large for their soils. Hickory disk harrow before it is plowed, it Bulletin 014). Distress Beyond Comprehension. perfectly inrtihg and Rcids Yellow Dent are allows the dirt to settle "The situation In the world today Is some of our thin to place against the subsoil thus al- FEEDING SHEEP IN WINTER good varieties for tragic beyond description. The dislowing the moiture to rise easily. ridges. tress in the world Is of course greater o . o Oil Meal Should Form Liberal Part than ever before and beyond compreMr. Robert Kennedy is making of Grain Ration Where Coarse If you need fertilizer you need at hension. To me, therefore, It Is clear Feed Is Given. pounds per acre. preparations for a corn crop on his least that while the leading men of the world are convened to drnw up conBroadcast thin over the field with a farm near Kingswood that are as near - are fed largely on ditions Where sheepof pence there Is no man or set wheat drill before you "plant corn or perfect as lie knows how. He first coarse rough feeds during the winset the tobacco out. This will make thoroughly disked the surface of a ter season, with little or no clover of men who enn by pencil and paper the plants develop a better root sys- clover sod, broke it 9 inches deep and or alfalfa hay, or no silage or roots, establish a peace which can endure tem and withstand dry weather bet- then followed with a subsoil plow oil meal should always form a liberal In the presence of the distress throughout ter than if the fertilizer was put into He is now planning to spread two part of the grain ration. Its laxative prlmnrlly tothe world. I refer of course conditions In those counI'mtstone an I fm and toning qualities will counteract of r... the hill or rov tries which have suffered directly from 'S per fill acid the constipating effect of the dry, i undrcd pounds of the war. ne corn - t. be coarse feeds, which Is the cause of Don't get too busy to put in a good pi o spate per acrt "But our experience nnd studies most of the trouble which comes to have revealed conditions In other subscription to The Breckenridge flock owners in the winter mdhtlis. countries which nre conducive to dis i News from Feb. 22, 1919 to Feb. 22, quiet and unrest nnd which will con is the 29th year I have 192o. This subscribed for your paper which is PIGS RELISH LINSEED MEAL tlnue to breed a spirit of dissatisfaction until they are at least In some de proof of how much 1 enjoy it. Respectfully, Mrs. I. B. Randall, 200 Sometimes Used as Supplement to gree Improved. The fundamental baShawnee Place, Louisville, Ky. Corn in Feeding Is Cheap Car--1 sis of these conditions Is prlmnrlly Likes Ky. Better Than California. lack of proper foods", but also lack of rler of Protein. News A Welcome Guest. Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, medical, scientific and general health Dear Sir Mr. I. D. Babbage. Ky. Dear Mr. Babbage: You will Linseed meal Is sometimes used as practice;" cents Find enclosed $1.50 for The Breck- a supplement to corn In hog feeding, please find enclosed seventy-fiv- e Mr. Davison alluded to the work of for which continue my subscription enridge News. It is always a welcome and when tankage or Bklmmllk can- all the Red Cross societies and the I love to read guest at our house. It speaks of many for six months longer. your paper to see what folks are do- we have known in years past, uia not be obtained at a reasonable prlee countries represented in them, Including back there in that civilized coun friends, how I wish some of them this feed may become the cheapest ing America, with Its 47,000,000 , contributors. He then referred to the try where folks know when the Sab- could visit us here in our Southern carrier of protelu. conferences nt Cannes and Geneva bath day comes, end where humanity home. We think this an ideal place, has scope and breathing place. One Never a time but what we have a and continued: of these days I will write ind tell good breeze, never colder than Oct exception of the principal at Louis"Our present thought Is that our yen to change my address from Cal- ober and November weather in Ken first efforts should cover the subjects for from the Gulf, ville. ' ifornia to Lodihurg where our boys tuckv. We are not of public health and sanitation, tubercan have their freedom on the farm. Guestnerfield is in sight of us, about Sixteen Years' Experience culosis, nursing, child .welfare and maand nn on the hill where the slim 8 'miles Southwest. I hear an airplane oaks grow. I saw in the News where now but there are very few sailing "He has had sixteen years' or more laria and certain other Infectious diseases. There would be developed at Mr. So and So of Colorado said Ken over now. I will close with success tucky was fourty years behind the to the News ana gooa wisnes to an. during that time has always handled Geneva an organization which would West. If that be true I would love to From Mrs. Sarah A. Pierce, Iowa, La his work in a very successful man- receive from every Red Cross society see the West go back 40 years. ner. He is an president of the In the world any Information of InWell. I guess this is all for the pre- WILL HEAD CITY Kentucky Educational Asociation and terest nnd importance Inbearing upon sent. With best wjshes for all of you which they the various subjects SCHOOLS IN S. E. GA, experience in high school old Kentuckians, and hope to hear of work and were Interested. This organization a good crop back there this time. graduate of the Chicago Law School. would Immediately communicate such Yours very truly, C. R. Keys, Bakers-fiel- d, Continued from page 1 Route 5. Box 44, Cal. The high school has never been more Information to every other Red Cross organization In the world. By this to his credit along the educational popular than under his administration method the entire world would be kept Renews For Another Year. and it is to the regret of the pupils, fully Informed of the latest and best Dear Mr. Babbage: Find enclosed lines. check for $1.50 for renewal to The Mr. Wroe comes from a family of teachers and patrons that he will practices In various subjects. Breckenridge News another year. Central Bureau at Geneva. From, Kirby Dowel!, Route 2 Hard-insbur- teachers. His father, the late Judge leave. Ashland high school, under "Any pertinent development or disKy. Wroe taught school in his early man- his guidance, has become one of the covery of Importance in science would hood, and two of his sisters, Misses first schools in the state." nt once be transmitted toa bureau in' Success To The News. D. Babbage: Dear Sir: Margaret Wroe and Julia Wroe are Mr. Jno. find check for $1.50. Wishing the members of the Cloverport Public News and its many readers success. School faculty. Yours truly, Dennie Squires, Hard-insburAn account of Mr. Wroe's work in Ky. the Ashland High School is given in the Ashland Daily Independent, which A New One. Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, says: Ky. Dear Sir: Please send me your "Mr. Wroe came here in the fall of Breckenridge News for one year. 1915 from Louisville, Ky., to become Yours truly, Charlie Daugherty, Loprincipal of the high school, and durcust Hill, Ky. ing the three years of h is adminisFrom A Soldier's Wife. tration here he was found to be a man The Breckenridge News: Please thoroughly efficient in his work of find enclosed fifty cents for which governing the school and an excellent admit me as one of your subscribers All of the. small hats in the house are reduced during this Also I am sending some of my hus educator. He has taken a very active bands letters which you can, publish part in the school work, not only as week, and now is the time to get one. in the paper. Please start the paper principal of the high school, but has the week you print the letters. I exhibited interest in the welfare of would subscribe for a year but I exMid-Summ- er pect to move my address then I will the school girls and boys in general. subscribe for a year. Yours truly, He is well versed in human nature, Mrs. Phillip Gardner, lowanda, 111 and understands the art of handling (Mrs. Gardner was formerly Miss pupils in a successful manner, always 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS 1919 self-feed- Geneva nnrf from tfiere" In (urn Immediately transmitted to every Red Cross organization In tho world. The result of this program, as wo see It, may be briefly stated under three heads : "First It would awaken the peoples In every country of tho world to a sense of their obligation to their fellow men and there would naturally follow In each country nn awakening to the needs within that country and a determination to meet them ns far as possible. "Second It would throw light on tho dnrkest corners of the earth and would give to all the world the full benefit of scientific study nnd experience in tho prevention nnd cure of disease. Eggs For The 'Orphans. The members of the Cloverport lethodist Sunday school will on aster morning bring a contraction of fresh eggs to the church here 'they will be received and' laced in cartons to be shipped to he Methodist Orphans Home in .duisville. There is no limit to the umber of eggs each person shall ive and every one is requested to ring at least one to help fill the rate, cbntainjng twelve dozen. Signed W. C. Moorman Mrs. F. Fraizc Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage THE FARMERS COLUMN . Self-Feede- Self-Feed- "Third It would make possible tho on the part of immediate the various organizations to render aid when necessary In the case of great disasters. "If It had been possible to effect this organization two years ago It Is conceivable that there would be going today to the various countries now In distress supplies nnd aid which would give comfort to and restore to health millions of people who cannot now bo cared for. No one knows how many millions hnvc died during the last year from Influenza. "One of the strongest features of the plan, ns I see It, Is that it encourages all endeavor. It can create no jealousies. It conflicts with no societies and Involves an expenditure trifling In amount when compared with the results to be obtained.' Orphans Home Committee. TROPHIES TO BE GIVEN VICTORY LOAN Continued from page 1 fact that the troops have not been brought back home, and who are anxious to work to the end of perfecting demobilization and readjustment of industrial conditions. Purchasers ot the Victory Loan will not be presented with medals because the intrinsic value of the notes will be worth par. But those who devote their' energies to interesting the people in any of the Government activities toward purchases. The possibility of securing one of the medals, which will be the official recognition by the Government of the work performed, should act as a stimulus to men and women in working foe the Victory Loan. The only restriction,, and that really is no restriction, is that the medal will go only to those who are in advance authorized to perform the work on which the claim for award of the medal is based. Consequently, where residents of the Eighth Federal Reserve District are ambitious to have one of the med als they should make a proffer of their services to whatever branch of the campaign they want to engage in. I self-feed- - ONE-SIDE- tho engagement broken. She You are, not me engaged to someone else. He 1 suppose wo aro to consider I'm still two-hundr- ld Somebody Banks Your Money-W- hy i- LETTERS WE APPRECIATE Not You? C It will help you to accumulate. C It will make' it easier for you to get money when you need money. CL.lt will enable you to handle your finances in a business like way. . -- ex-vi- C It will give you prestige. C It will please us. Come In and Start an Account' . g, The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. STRONG ACCOMMODATING . Hardinsburg, Kentucky. g, Easter Sale of Small Hats at Greatly Reduced Prices FORD AGENCY THE CAR UNIVERSAL SALES AND SERVICE STATION Primrose Cream Separators International Harvester Company Supplies Everything in Building Material Building, Hardware, Auto, and Bicycle Supplies Paint, Varnishes and Interior Finishes Cement, Laths, Lime, Plaster, Sand Lubrecating 6ils, Pumps, Electrical Suppltec etc. You wilL appreciate having our Complete stock to select from and our experience to guide you. , Hats Arriving Eugene Miller of liardinsburg.j , I i either American or Liberty. Very respectfully, Ed. E. Kelly, Newport, Ky. Mr. Ed Kelly Renews. Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Mr. Babbage: I notice from the label that my time is up or possibly a little over: therefore you will please find enclosed a check for $1.50 to extend my tune. 1'lease notice that my address is American National Bank Building, instead of German, As you may have noticed, all that- - was once German is now IN" ' A Subscriber For Twenty-Nin- e Years Mr.'J. D. Babbage, Editor, Cloverport,. Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed please find check for $1.50 for another year's obtaining the best results. Added Strength to School. "When Mr. Wroe came here as principal there were nine teachers and one hundred and seventy-si- x pupils in the high school and at pre-- 1 sent there are fifteen teachers and three hundred pupils, showing a dec ided increase in attendance in the last three years as well as a number of new teachers required to carry on the work. Mr. Wroe is considered one of the best educators in the state, and, as evidence of his ability he is possibly receiving the highest salary of any principal in Kentucky with the New Goat Suits and Goats Children's dresses .in 'ginghams and white. For all ages from the little fellows on up. Prices 75c to 5j3.50- MRS. ETHEL O. HILLS CLOVERPORT KY. MARION WEATHERHOLT GENERAL, CONTRACTOR Cloverport, Kentucky., i APRjL 16, If li THE BRECKENRltiGE NEWS, PAGE I ' Sunday here the guest of friends. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Mrs. Laura Dirk of. Louisville is NOTE rieaie notllr tbe editor onui you Entered it the Tott Office at Cloverport, Ky. the guest of her aunt, 'Mrs. Abigail detlre advertltementt dlacontinued, Dartlcs at the home of the lattcr's ai tecond c'an matter. Special Road Tax Election 'daughter, Mrs. John A. Ross and Mr. FOR SALE THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Ross. May 20, 1919. FOR SALE Household furniture. One white nuwbniuinvj ui inc. iron liedttrnd. Several pairs outside shutters Mrs. H, VV. Snider returned last Could he used for enclotinR a summer kitchTo The Voters of Breckinridge week from Princeton, Ind., where she en. For further information call at The Ilreckenriilse News Office, CloverpoYt, Ky. has been teaching school, and is with County: " hred White Wyandotte GENERAL OFFICES her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward I am directed by the Breckinridge FOR cagt, $l.r,0 per setting. Mrs. Cleve Miller, NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Cloverport, Ky. Gregory. Fiscal Court, to give due notice of the . ... r (RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES i r:.u itidiutiici if.' milllicu ctuu miss calI,"8 and holding of a Special Road FOR SALE Kmden geese for sale now. Kegs for sale now. Mrs. Taylor Heard. w.it. f Ilardinthurg, Ky. ATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- - turne after visiting Miss Minnctt's lax Election on Tuesday, May 'i0, MENTS. 1010. FOR SALE Remington Typewriter No. 0. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Price In The question to be submitted is, for very good condition and will sell cheap For Precinct and City Office- scash. Apply at The Ilreckenridge News i 88 Graham. ror utticea- whether or not the voters of Brcck- - office. a For Stale and Dlitrict Opcea $1S.00 Mrs. Shelby Conrad and children, nri(gC County, arc ' in favor of a1 For Callt, per .10 Two houses and lots a FOR For Canli, per ""- .10 una ugicsuy onrau anu Samuel li. Spccia, Twenty Cent Tax Levy, on able SALE will not he refused. Alsoreason offer autotor all Publications in the interest o( mobile $1S0.00 no less. T. F. Sawyer. Conrad, accompanied by MVs. Sallic cac, ?100 worth of property, individual, or expression of inditld. .10 ual views, per went to Louisville, Satur-- jcct to jocai taxationi ;n Breckinridge FOR SALE Eggs for hatching 10 cents each layeil hy pure hred White Leghorn day for the day. chickens. Slock guranteed pure and all County each year for a period of lo United States Railroad Administration rlht. For further information on write, Mr. and Mrs. Joe J. Sawyer and years, for the purpose of construct-childreDirector General of Railroads S. K. Vessels, Rhodelia, Ky. Misses Jane and Mayme B. ing and improving the roads of the FOR S.TE7Fihcl White Rock Eggs. Train Schedule on Sawyer and Chas Emclin Sawyer re- - county. $2.00 per octting. Also large fine cockerils at $3.00 and $!i.0 each. Satisfaction guarturned Monday from a visit in Louis-- 1 It. is ordered, and directed by the H. & R. R. villc The anteed. Mrs. Frank Mattingly, The Caswith Mr. Sawyer's sister, Mrs. said Fiscal Court, that all of the funds tle, Cloverport, Ky. Effective December 8th, 1018 J. H. Wills. raised by this supposed special tax. ma Hoi pigs, three months old, either sex, eligible Mrs. V. G. Babbagc returned Sun- - shall be apportioned among the Six to register. H. L. Waggoner, Hardinshurg, EAST BOUND day from Bcwleyville where she had Megisterial Districts of the county Route No. 2, Ky. 0:14 A. M. No. 142 leaves Cloverport. been spending a few days with her according to the amount, raised in FORSALE Bu7 ThTnc7ts7"crW. LegArrives Irvington 10:15 A. M. horn eggs for hatching. The year, round .12:20 P. M. mother, Mrs. Sue Footc at the home cac of the said Districts. Arrives Louisville layers. With site and quality. $1,C0 per 15:01 P. M. No. 144 leaves Cloverport. will be opened as usual at Polls of the latter's son, Mr. and Mrs. 15. $4.00 per .4.". Post paid. Satisfaction Arrives Irvington. 0:00 P. M. guaranteed. J. T. llryant, Mgr., Green each voting place, in ccah precinct, Hill Poultry Farm, McQuady, Ky. 7:B5 P. M. Wallace Footc. Arrives Louisvill- eNo. 140 leaves Cloverport. 5:15 A- M. Wallace Lewis, who has received from 0:00 A. M. to 4:00 P. M. FOR SALE Fine harness horse, broke to Given under my hand as Sheriff of single and double harness. 0 years old. Arrives Irvington. 0:07 A. M. his discharge from the U. S. N. was holds his head good Arrives Louisvill- e7:50 A. M. ;Jhcrc Monday and. Tuesday th guest i Brecki"rldge County this April 10, in.:t hands high, like style, . right and steps a No. 148 leaves Henderson. 4:00 P, Henry Trent, Hardinsburg, Ky. - ..... tntlior in, tuisi ItVMI Arrives Qwensboro 5:00 P. M, nf his Sh.,.w, Mr- - u.ai. Afro IJ J. B. Carman, 0:20 P. M, Lewis, before joining Mrs. Lewis and Arrives Shops- FOR SALE Two milch cows, fresh strippers' tine a Jersey and other rolled Durham. Sheriff, Breckinridge County, K.y WEST BOUND his little daughter in Sadelia, Mo. O. A. Ilrown, Hardinsburg, Route 1, Ky. 10:45 A. M. No. 141 leaves Cloverport Double FOR SALE One 18 Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeHaven and Arrives Qwensboro -- 12:01 P. M. Cylinder Frick Traction Engine, 3 years SEALED BIDS. Mrs. Will Hook of Hardinsburg, were old. One 2.x40 Nicholas and Shepeard Arrives Henderson .12:58 P. M. Separator. Wind stacker, 'bagger Arrives Evansvill- e-- 1:25 P. M. guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. GalloThe County Board of Education and weigher. One No. 2 American saw 8:10 P. M. way Sunday. Arives St. Louis- mill, all bells, tank, pump and hose. All Mrs. Galloway and son will meet in the office of the County this machinery in first class Price No. 143 leaves 0:40 P. M. returned with them to spend several Superintendent at Hardinsburg on $2,500. Bradley Brothers, condition.Ky. Guston, M. Hawesvllle 7:05 P. Monday, May 19, 1919 for the pur- FOR SALE One red Polled Durham bull 8:07 P. M. days with her mother, Mrs. Hook. Arives Owcnsboro 10. calf, 4 months old. Price .11:25 P. M. No. 145 leaves Cloverpor-tOne aged Miss Frances Rhodes and sister, pose of receiving bids for the erecing 1 gV. milk pcr Uy.' stripper cow -- 12:32 A. M. Arrives Owensboro Mrs. Maud E. Mattingly who arrived tion of school houses. Price $45. Two sows with six pigs each. Arives Henderson 1:23 A. M. Price each $45. Brown Leghorn One house to be built at Hardins, each. Jas. M. Crenshaw, Cloverport,eggs Tic Arrives Evansville Ky. 1:50 A. M. from Chicago last week at Adison, ac Arrives St. Louis 7:50 A. M. companied by their mother, Mrs. Jno. Div. 2, Subdiscrict 0, three miles from FOR SALE Buff Orphington eggs, 15 by No. 147 leaves Shops 0:45 A. M. Rhodes spent the week-en- d with their Cloverport. Parcel Post for $1.00. Col H. J. Gorsuch, Arrives Owensboro -- 8:05 A. M. sister, Mrs. N. H. Quiggins Irvington, Ky. house to be built at Hazel Dell One and Mr. 9:1C A. M. Arrives Henderson Quiggins. Div. 2, Subdistrict 3, three miles from WANTED Mrs. W. H. Bowmer left Wednes- Sample. WANTED To take subscriptions for all Plans and specifications are now day morning for Atlanta, to visit her magazines. Also renewal for all magazines. receivClubbing rates given. daughter, Mrs. Chas Moorman, Jr., on file in the office of the County ed. Call or write MissMall ordersBabbage, M. D. Cloverport, Ky. and Mr. Moorman. She was accom- Superintendent of Schools at Hardpanied to Louisville, by her daughter, insburg, or will be mailed upon re- WANTED ""AGENTS To sell the world's Greatest War History, 3 sizes. Sell for 25c, and grandson, Mrs. Chas K. Minary quest. fiOo and 75c. Write us today. United Sales Agency, 80S Hathaway, Owensboro, and John Minary who returned to 'All bids must be sealed and accomKy. x their home in Benton Harbor, Mich. panied by a certified check for $100 WANTED To buy one hundred bean poles. to guarantee performance of contract, , Mrs Jno. D. Babbage. Cloverport, Ky. ana must De hlea in this olhce not HILL ITEMS LOST later than l:oo o'clock P. M. on Mon-- 1 Mrs. James Cordrey was in Louisday, May 19, 1919. LOST Gents umbrella, black, plain handle. ville, Saturday shopping.' The Rev. Dr. T. N. Williams will Right reserved to reject any or all tinder will please leave same at the Ilreckenridge News Office. Miss Jane Lightfoot was in Louis- fill his appointment at the Lucile bids. STRAYED From my farm. 3 year'lng heifMemorial Sunday morning April 20, ville, Tuesday. J. Raleigh Meador, ers, to red and one white Reward for Everybody cordially invited. information Mort Ilrumficld, Stephensport, Miss Mildred D. Babbage will be Supt. Breckinridge, county Schools. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. R. Seymour Padgett hostess to the Wednesday Club this accompanied by Miss Selma Sipple . week. Returns From Overseas. Health Officers Hold Conference. Yeager returned home went to Tobinsport, Saturday mornMrs. Henry Pvt. John Hall, who has been lc Every State, county and city health with the American Exneditionarv Monday night after a short visit in ing to remain until Sunday with their grandparents, Mr. and M rs. Young. officer in Kentucky is required by law Louisville. Forces abroad, and who returned to Mr. and Mrs. John Blythe.f rom off to attend the annual conference which Camp Taylor some time ago, has re- Miss Lillian Cart was in Union Star to spend Saturday and Sunday the Pike were the Sunday guests of win oe neiu at ine seeioacn on iues- - ceived his honorable discharge and Mrs. Blythe's sister, Miss Annie day, May 13. Their expenses will be ;s now with h5s parentS( Mr. and Mrs. with relatives. paid, and while they are in Louisville wm Hall. daughter, Allen. Mrs. Harry Newsom and Luther Satterfield spent Saturday they will listen to lectures by some of Miss Margaret Newsom spent Saturthe most eminent physicians and in Owesboro. CARD OF THANKS day in Louisville. Mrs. Viola Jackson is somewhat health officers in the country. The We wish to thank our neighbors Miss. Forrie. Hardin of Holt, Ky., conference amounts, in effect, .to an spent one day last week' the "guest of better after an' attack of influenza annual school at which Kentucky of- for their kindness and assistance givand its attendant results. en in the illness and death of cur Miss Jane Warfield." ficers will be students. dear father and brother, Richard Miss Clara Fisher and Miss Jane Bowne entertains the Mrs. Edward The date for the meeting and the Ladies Reading Club this weelf on Hambleton of Louisville came down place were announced last week by Son, Broth-i- s and Sisters. Saturday evening for a two days visit the Louisville Thursday afternoon. Convention and Pubto Mrs. Hambleton and Mrs. Charlie licity League. Dr. A. T. McCormack, Mrs. Frank Ferry and daughter-in-laKeil. of Bowling Green, secretary of the Mrs. Miller Ferry were in Louis Miss Kathleen Squires and Miss State Board of Health is arranging ville, Monday shopping. Selma Sipple were in Owensboro last the programme and will have the Miss Margaret Burn spent Friday Saturday. , meeting in charge. He' has secured and Saturday in Louisville with her On Monday many of the friends as members of his faculty health of- sister, Miss Jeanejte Burn. of Robert A. Daugherty assembled ficers from other States and from the ' Mrs. Tho's J. Ferry and Mrs. C. at the Satterfield. home in honor of National Government, Washington. W. Moorman went to Louisville, his sixth birthday. , ( Tuesday to be gone, several days. Mr. and Mrs. Padgett who have Spasmodic Sermon. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schopp return- been, visiting Mrs. Padgett's parents, When a rich niuu departs this life ' ed to their home in Stephensport, Mr. and Mrs. Con Sippel expect to without leaving n good will there Isn't Monday after a ten days stay at Daw- go to Murray, Ky., this week to visit much peace on earth among the reson Springs. Mr. Padgett's parents. maining heirs. Miss Jeanette Burn of Louisville to spend is" expected this week-en- d TO COMBAT ONION DISEASES Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11 Jno. Burn. Pennsylvania Growers Preparing to Mrs. Larkin Gibson and sister, Mrs. Control Ailments as Result of Two Demonstrations. Eliza Board and their niece, Miss "For about two years I suffered Eloise Hendrick were in Louisville, (Prepared by the United States Thursday shopping. with malaria fever and bad blood,' merit of Agriculture.) . ir ,1.1. i.nf ..innt ' Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Perkins arOnion growers in many sections ol Pennsylvania are preparing to com- mended to me without benefit. rived Monday at their summer home "Finally someone fold me about , in Amnions, Ky., after spending the bat onion diseases this year as a recontrol demonstra- 'Number 40 For The Blood' and I sult of onion-smwinter in Louisville. tions held In the state last season. purchased a bottle from our merchant Mrs. H. V. Ellsworth of Louisville, r The treatment consisted in the Waiter P.nre. nnrl it ilwl me so came home Saturday to spend the cation by means of b drip attachment d lhat kept on taking it,' h week-en- d with her parents, Mr. and on the seeder, of a formalin solution,, f' " (one pint to sixteen gallons) to the Mrs. Paris Barr of Frymire, Ky. T' seeds after they are dropped In the,1"1'" fine and do not hcs,ta,tc to,rfc David Owen Hall of Russelville, ommend it for any trouble for which covered. who is employed by the Cumberland furrow and before they are smut the.it is recommended. i Saturday anJ 'On a plot treated for onion bushels) "You are at liberty to use this .Telephone Co., spent n yield was at the rate of C80 acre, and on the untreated It was ter any way you desire for I know only 860 bushels. The Increase as what Number 40 is." a result of treatment was 00 per cent, H Li BURNETT, Wakulla, Fla. n acre. and the cost was only .Number i0 For The BIood !s ., In the other demonstration mentioned FOR HATCHING m. ingredients set down in the report the yield on the treated the U. S. Dispensatory and other rate of 420 bushelt plot was at the Eggs for hatching Trom the 0 an acre, and on the untreated onlj 'authoritative medical books as great winter laying strain. Barbushels, tho Increase being 183 lows: "Employed in diseases of the red Plymouth Rocks. J. W. glandular system, in blood poison, per cent, and the cost an acre 93.40. Strain. Parks' scrofula, constipation, stomach and Gar of Steel. Good 'hatches and safe arrival Uver troubles, chronic rheumatism Steel knives and other steel article and catarrh( mercurial and lead guaranteed. New Stock each are not In general use may be , year direct from Parks. , usc nod VniJ tumora kept from rusting If they, are dipped , part' an "rofubus swelling that have in a strong solution of soda, one MRS. H. J. HAMMAN a water to four of soda, then wiped dry withstood all other treatment CLOVERPORT, KY. 38 if y magic." P dry place. flannel and kept in a 'sMMMMMHIi Sold at Wedding's Drug Store. The Breckenridge News NOTICE Bring to the fore SALF-T'ur- e t,,i t:. Some of the Goodies for Easter Vcribcst Breakfast Bacon best even Vissman Hani, better than the best. Crcam- cry Butter. Chipped and Dried Beef. Soup Olives, Peanut Butter, Hip-o-lit- r,.,K i.,. ic-unt- en I c n, . , L, St. L a most delicious ready to use. Marshtncllow Crcme, try it on our Dessert Making, Line Ward Cakes, frcsli every week, try one this , week you'll come again. Bananas, Oranges, Grape Fruit, Lemons, Apples Candies, For Easter . - thorough-bred- V J. C. NOLTE & BRO. Remember the Good Road Meeting Wednesday Evening at the Bushman Theatre. horse-powe- r -- Cloverport-Arriv- es 2 imii ..,.,. ,.;:.;11I.J;.1; ,1J1.:;l:tJ1.,ll: ...,., ..;II1:,.;, Interesting FOR SALE! 112.88 ACRE 17 Miles from Louisville, Highway All can be cultivated but 5 acres of this consists of a Personal FARM Ky., iviennon near the Dixie ! branch that furnishes water year around for stock. Four room cottage in good condition with porch 9 by ,'5C. ft. Nice shade trees good well of water. Also another house for tenants and barn, sheep-she- d and chicken house $G5.00 per acre. Write DR. 514 J. I. WHITTENBERG Louisville, Ky W. Jefferson St. Ad-kisso- n. j Lincoln Savings Bank Fourth and Market Streets & Trust Co. $500,000.00 $100 000.30 re- Louisville, Kentucky Capital Stock - - i I V SUFFERED Surplus TWO YEARS This Bank has always undertaken to meet the ...m-..,l- it quirements of its customers in a manner consistent with the soundest banking principals. ut If you appreciate careful and capable attention of men who have made a success in and studied banking problems we can be of service to you. We will welcome the opportunity to, show you in detail how a connection with this Bank will be of direct value to you. Special and Prompt Attention Given All Business Sent Us By Mail. nppU-,M- T .;,. I let-a- EGGS Bred-to-La- y I ?P" fol-18- OFFICERS V J. Bulleit, President. B. Bernheim, Vice Pres. P. L. Atherton, Vice Pres. P. J. Bonne, Treasurer Paul Compton, Sec'ty. J. F. Eisenbeis, A. Sec'ty. R. S. Rapier, A. Treasurer. pois-whf- ch disap-wltf- APRIL It, slffipc BKRlrTvcry quickly. 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Toppy red bagt, tidy red tint, handsome poand and d tin humidors and that clotty, practical poand crystal glow humidor with sponge moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. half-poun- R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- m, N. II C If no spark can do at any position of tho electrode, It Is evident that contact Is not being made Jy the points Inside the cylinder (this Is in case the other wire Is grounded directly to the engine). Sometimes the other wire Is fastened to a piece of metal insulated from the engine, but which touches pnrt of the engine for an Instant when the spark should occur In the cylinder. In this case, if a spark can be obtained by bringing the ends of the two wires Into electrode. TEST OF IGNITION SYSTEM IS IMPORTANT IN LOCATING GASOLENE ENGINE TROUBLE r i' contnet It should be determined whether the Insulated piece ls making contact with the engine properly. If no spark Is obtained at the plug or Igniter block when tested 'as directed, It will, of course, be necessary to look over the electrical system in order to ascertain what Is wrong. The electrical systems "of vnrlous enTractors Are Coming Into Use on Many Farms Which Emphasizes the Imgines differ considerably, and no defiportance of Knowing How to Run a Gasoline Engine. nite instruction can be given for dif-(Prepared by the United States Depart- spark cannot jump to the plug or the ferent makes, but some genernl points ment of Agriculture.) With all engines using spark plugs engine while the engine Is running, as will be mentioned. In First of all see thnt starting position. It Is comparatively easy to ascertain this tends to break down the Insula- Muchthe switch Is time has been lost In thousands n whether the Ignition system Is work- tion of, the coll. In the case of magnetos there Is no danger of cases by trying to start the en- ing properly. Simply remove n plug In this respect, ns they are fitted with 'glne with the switch off. nnd ascertain that the porcelain or Next, look over all wire connections other Insulating material on the Inside a ,f"fety "PJM KnP wl,lcn ",e fPark Ju,n,P f foruan' renson the clrcult tn fiflo flint- , tllitv riM tfrrVif nnd ilinn of the plug is not coated with carbon ' Ta . l ... i u inu engine siaris on a oattery orand that the points are properly , Knowledge of just how much of a dry cells see that all connections beH.irtv.nnn,i nf ini, spark one Rnni should obtnln with each tween the cells are tight nnd that no is about the right space for mostsye- ' tcni Is frequently short circuits are caused by" the mee"1"0" terns where a dry battery is used. This klnd ,n locntl"K troub,e' nnd tallic portions of the cells touching with Is about equal to the thickness of a ' 0 grent va,,ue centres u gas engine other, or by metal connection with worn dime. A wider gap will often'"11""1- make starting dlfllcult, especially when I sl,"Id ,nnke V'6 "bovwlcscrlbcd tests the engine, or by tools lying on the Is rather weak or where a wllllc, the fenslnme s n B(1 1?,r(,er- - V cells, etc. The small knurled nuts on the spark....... ! .. Is with dry cells frequently loosen from vifnm : nigu tension magneto is useu. - tne . the in latter, case the best results will often merelooks of a good spark to tell by bration nnd thus Interrupt the whole observation be obtained when the gap Is not more enough, a rough whether It Is hot Ignition system. test may he made or even than Testing Battery Strength. as Plnce a thin niece of of an inch. Then the wire i lry follows: It Is a good thing to keep nn amcardboard, such as an ordinary vis . .n,i inv tho. nw n thnf meter handy for use in testing the base touches the engine casting, while lt'n? Card' 0r three or four thicknesses strength of the cells of a battery. In 1 ' the end of the wire and the metal testing with an nmmeter It ls best to tip of the plug are at least half an of the PluK while It is lying on the discard all cells thnt do not test over engine in the position first mentioned. inch from any metnl part connected 12 amperes. A new cell should test' with the engine and In such a posi- then crank the engine. A good spnrk between 20 and 80 amperes. If no will jump through these, leaving n tion that the points are visible while tiny hole. A spark which will not do nmmeter Is available, a crude test can cranking the engine. Then turn the he made by striking the end n wire this engine o'ver a few times (at least ns gap Is too weak to Jump the spark connected to one end cell of.of bnt-ter- y the In tho cylinder under compresmany times ns there are cylinders) against tho first connection on and note whether a spark jumps across sion. If the engine is equipped with a the cell at the other end. space between the points. It is the Do not keep the wire In contact k Ignition system, In not sufficient, however, merely to as which an Igniter block is used instead with the cell for more than an in, stant. Doing so certain if there is a spark It must I of will weaken tho batca" bc as4certnn, a, Bpn,rk4 be hot enough to fire the compressed I tery, but by snapping it quickly across ' charge In the cylinder. It Is, of course, ' knurled nut a Is tho ?pshapeof, the1,lPlter "ock,the timesedge of tho tho sparks, one few dlfllcult to tell by merely looking a nnd noting can In disconnecting whether ascertain whether tho bnttery ls protho 'fin,ter b,ock ??, i "r but it ducing a good current. By mnklng this blu.sh-wh.tor a "fat" one glne or other test a few times with a battery which" looking like a small flame, it is prob ls in working condition, ably all right. If very thin nnd green- wire lending from the coll. Hut even learn about how much ono can easily though this gives a good spark It of a 6park ish or showing red, the chances are does not necessarily mean that the should bo expected. It is too weak to fire the charge. Ono Oil Causes Trouble. may familiarize himself with tho as- spark Is given in the cylinder when the engine Is turned over. It mny Sometimes too much oil will cause pect of a good spark as follows: be that tho points of the electrodes trouble by accumulating on tho conFinding a Good Spark. Inside the cylinder do not touch each tthllo the motor is in satisfactory oti,cr When they should or are not tact .points In tho breaker box. It la running condition loosen the nut on mnklng a good contact, because car- - usually easy to examine these points the top of the plug while tho engine Is Don, oil, dirt, etc., have accumulated and see if they have oil on them ; are rough or pitted, or not opening propstopped so it will be easy to remove between these points. Therefore, If erly. If oily, rinse with a little gastho wire from the plug after tho en- g00d spnrk occurs when the wire Is glne Is started. Then start tho en-- snapped across part of the engine, oline nnd wipe dry. If rough or pitglne nnd, by taking hold of tho wire crai,k the euglno until tho movable ted, the points should bo smoothed where it is covered with Insulntlon, electrode Is released and allowed to with a file mndo especially for this purpose. If such fllo is not available move tho end of tho wire very slowly fly Dnck. n small knifo blade may be used to reaway from tho center of tho plug and Contact Not Being Made, move tho tiny tips of metnl which watch tho spark Jump, closely obscrv-- , If ono ls not 8Ure just when tho have, formed on tho points and to ing its color and thickness. points of tho electrode should be touch round off tho burred corners. It pays, It is nlSO well to note thO distance P,Mnn mnv ho vorv the spark will Jump, yet not advisable si0wly for two full revolutions while however, to keep a suitable file on to force it to Jump too great a gap, the end of tho wire Is repMtedly hand for this work, for pitted points nor should tho end of tho wire bo al- - snapped across Its connection on the are not uncommon, and unless properly smoothed up are liable to get into bad Igwqd to, nuit In i high-tensio- rw e.tre. ... ...... I one-fortie- th one-fiftiet- h mti make-and-brea- i KUvs ji8: W w r fr I LVTJ generally furnished by mngncto manufacturers to determine the proper distance between the points In the open position. Tho means of adjusting ths distance vary with different makes of magnetos, but arc usually apparent upon examination. The points should separate about of an Inch, Four American Guns Await Order d An ordlnnry pin Is about ono to Fire. of nn Inch In dlnmetcf, nnd a mny bo mndo usfairly close estimate ing this fact as a criterion, If no gnugo Is available. OFFICER SEES THE CHEVRON Provide Waterproof Cover. It Is Irriportnnt that n waterproof cover bo provided for the magneto, es- If It Hadn't Been a Clear Day Knights pecially In tho case of 'engines used of Columbus Secretary and Iowa out of doors, mich as gns tractors, In Corporal Would Not Be Here Now order to protect tho magneto from to Tell the Tale Yanks Thought moisture nnd dust, ns either of theso They' Were Huns and Had Guns Is likely to cause troublo sooner or Trained to Wipe Them Out. later. past few years many staDuring the If Sunday, October 13, 1018, had not tionary gns engines hnvo been equiposcillating been n clear, bright day John J. ped with 72 West street, magnetos. Some of these nro mounted directly on the Igniter block, nnd It New York, Just returned from France, ls ensy to test the spnrk by removing where since last Mny ho served as n tho block and tripping the osclllntdr Knights of Columbus secretary, would with the means provided. ,In other not be living today. lie admits It and cases It Is necessary to remove the end his contention ls supported by Corof tho wire attached to the Igniter poral BUI Hale of Iowa, circulation block nnd wipe It across a metal part mannger for Stars nnd Stripes, the ofof tho pnglne, nt the same time trip- ficial organ of the A. E. F. Hale, too, ping the oscillator. It is necessary has cause to remember always that that the end of the wire leave the that particular day was bright and metnl almost Instantly nfter the clear nt least In the Argonne section Is tripped, otherwise tho spnrk of the bru.leflclda In France. will not occur. A little practice will McBennett nnd Halo would certainmake this test comparatively asy. ly have been blown oft tho face of the American artilearth if n lery officer had not, through a poweiv PLAN TO SUCK FOG ful field glass, happened to see tho OLD LONDON K. O. chevron on McBennett's sleeve. OUT OF There wasn't nn instant to spare, either, because four big American guns were trained on the men and the sigEngineers Propose to Wash Air nal only was needed to blow them to smitfiereens. of Greatest City in the How It Happened. World. It happened like this: McBennett who had been delivering supplies to No more, fogs for London? That Is several of the Knights of Columbus dithe great possibility of the near fu- buildings nt the front, returned to vision headquarters near Barecourt ture. Tho projected method of abatement ls a novel one, and Is planned to Saturday night, October 12, with bis consist of a system of conduits and automobile out of commission. He was sucking pipes through the metropolis .wondering how he could manage to get of the world. This is a first announce- these clgarets and chocolntes where ment of the proposal which Is engaging they would do the most good when he the attention of the British national hnppcncd to see Corporal BUI Hale physical laboratory at Tcddlngton, a coming along with n camlonette, delivering a late edition of Stars and London suburb. Stripes. Fog Is mist. "When to help McBennett out. Hale the mist ls dense little of the smoke es- They agreed early gtart and headed made an capes. The proposed antlfog system St. Juvln, would suck In the Imprisoned smoke, for Flovllle, then stnrted for was ocIt through the conduits to bailies, which McBennett understood draw cupied by American troops, but later or nlr washers, which would extract developments proved thnt 850 Gerthe dirt and dissipate the fumes. mans were concealed In the town nnd In renllty this Is a system of smoke outskirts. controlling, under low atmospheric conGot Out to Adjust Curtains. ditions, such as Is Individually pracThey kept going until they were ticed In lnrge buildings nnd factories 73 ynrds of tho city. They In America. As London has hundreds within stopped their car nnd decided to get of thousands of buildings, each with awny from there nt once. Hale got from five to fifty fireplaces a chimto adjust the curtains ney for each fireplace It will be seen out of the car on ono side nnd McBennett left his how dlfllcult It would be to "muzzle" sent to arrange the shields on the every chimney. other side. They finally turned around London ls reluctant to abolish Its and they got back nenr'FIevllle. traditional fireplace In favor of the On the way back to the lines Mcmore' economical and efficient hot wa- Bennett and Hale met Father ter or furnace heating systems, so that chaplain of the Three Hundred the millions of chimneys will continue and Seventh engineers and Three to spew their dirty breath Into the air field artillery. and Twenty-firs- t for years to come. The sucking and The priest told McBennett nnd Hale system Is the simplest, they certainly were the luckiest men most trustworthy fog eliminator under In the world, because on the preceding these conditions, It is believed. e day, when they had ridden Into London without Its fantastic fogs nnd started for St. Juvln,. .the will be a disappointment to many. The American troops stationed in a moungreat water colorlst Turner was pasnear there had seen them, but sionately fond of them. So ls Yoshio tain not make out any name or Incould Mnrklno, the celebrated Japanese signia on their car, nnd when they artist, who lives, by the years In Lon- saw them ride by these German macdon with bis canvas and paints ready hine-gun nests they naturally confor fogs. cluded that they were Germans and However, most people will rejoice, to mop them up. Four thus including English, Scotch, Belgians, gUns decided gotthelr range on them ImmeDutch, Danes and Scandinavians. Ibapd would have received the sen In "Brand" mentions the curse of diately to begin firing had it not been signal London fogs descending on Norway. officer referred to. for the Through his glass he happened to see the K. C. chevron on McBennett's. arm Why Business Falls. and the order to firo was never given. Dr. Malcolm Kelr of the University ot Pennsylvania attributes the 15,000 BABY HAS LARGE FEET to 20,000 business failures which occur annually to one or more of the following causes: Inexperience, unwise use Shoes of Men's Size Required for In fant Girl. of capital, employment of relntlves, Therfl ls no doubt that little Virpoor location nnd accounting, extenginia Scrogglns of Rockwall, Tex., has sion of credit and dishonesty. the largest feet of any baby In tho world. Virginia Is two years old and is just beginning to walk about the ER bouse. Her parents nnd physician deCASH REGISTER ain't clare that the delay In her walking WORKIN'? WELL.VNHADDA I the caws 7 ain't the ls due to feet fact that she can hardly nops,th6 about. Instead of weardrag her REPAIR. SHOP WHV DONfCWA- ing a tiny pink baby shoe, Virginia TRN AOVeRT9N&7 THAT wears what would be a No. 10 of men's MAKES 'N WORK.' S'B6TCHA sizes If such "baby" shoes could be bought In tho stores. Her feet are fully 10 inches In length and are 4 Inches across the Instep. Mrs. Scrogglns declares when Virginia was born her feet were almost as long as her body. Since thnt time they have grown In proportion to the other members of the body and it ls figured that by tho time she reaches the marriageable ago her feet will be TWO YANKS HAVE old NARROW ESCAPE regime! men stu hold mbs m kmjm one-flftlnt- li thirty-secon- Members of Staff Presiding During War Continue in Offici Under, Ebert. In Berlin one Is surprised to find the large number of men of tho old govern- -' mcnt who nro still holding their positions under tho socialist regime. The foreign office nnd practically nil of the state dcpartmcntsihave about tho same staffs as held office during the war. In many cases tho head of tho departments are changed, but tho same group of undersecretaries work under a socialistic head. Very often tho entire department Is dependent upoa these undersecretaries. The majority socialists under Ebct saved many of theso "technical men," as they are called, and It'ls due to them that Gorman executive departments have continued to function in splto of revolution. According to the former employees nnd representatives of tho now government, the fact that men wh'o served the militaristic party nre now working with the socialists ls not to be looked upon with suspicion by the allies, or to be tnken ns an Indication that the government ls nny less socialist. In Germany the departments of state nre run upon a system whereby a man starts In one ns n youngster and grows up with the department. His vlewB will not keep him out of office. Many of the former kaiser's technical men protest they never have been in sympathy with V low-tensio- n tt, Sixty-nint- h oscll-Int- or keen-eye- d the militaristic party and always have been liberals. Though the radicals would throw these men out, because they are democrats rather than socialists, the majority socialists have taken a broader view in the interests of keeping government machinery functioning. TWO. GREAT LEADERS IN THE WORLD WAft smoke-sntnrnte- d Mnr-tell- e, 1 Hun-dre- n wssWWWW SSSmmWWWW Fle-vlll- ,5.':5i Wtitcrn Newpper Unionl General Pershing wearing medal presented by the French government when he was made an officer of the Legion of Honor, and Genernl Petaln of the French array, who presented the medal. DENIES STAFF SOUGHT PEACE Hertling'a Son Insists German High Command Did Not Weaken. A son of the late Count George F. von Hertllng, former Imperial chancellor of Germany has published a deman Imperial government was twice requested by the supreme command of the army to conclude peace while He his father was holding office. avers that he ls conversant with all that took place at that time between the supreme military command and the government, and says that It Is untrue that, either in May or August, 1018, did the general staff ask, or eyen hint, that peace was desired, or Intimate that it was willing to renounce any of Germany's war alms In any way. The General Anzelger of Frankfort, which prints the denial, adds that oung Hertllng ls preparing a book, la which full records of his father's activities will be set forth. keen-eye- d nial of the allegation that the Ger- . LIGHT DECEIVES HENS Wake Up and Lay Eggs and Go Back to Roost Then 24 Inches long. ARMY FOUND MANY UNFIT ip a cosltlon where tho Draftees Turned Down During Last Ten Months, of War. In tho last ten months of the war, 407,004 men. In the United States wero found unfit for military service, according to tho final report on the draft by Provost Marshal General Crowder. Dcfectivo heart and blood vessels were tho causes of most of tho rejections, 01,142 being barred in those cases, Defective bones and Joints barred 67,744 men from the service In period, and .40,801 the final were rejected becaBM of poor eyw. 467,694 ton-mon- th through Autonioblllsts passing Alamo, Colo., at night have been puzzled by tho sight of whnt appeared to bo tho Overland Limited standing in a field, with windows lighted. Inquiry developed that the ''train" is a method devised by E. G. Dixon for lowering the egg prices. Dixon has built a series of chickens' coops modeled- after Pullman coaches-I- n the ceilings are lights controlled by a time clock. The chickens think it Is daytime, scramble down from their perches arranged like berth) la a' sleeper, and eat, When the light goes oft they go back to roost. According to Dixon he. has Increase! the laylag average of the beas. 3 APRIL 16, 1111 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY BEGIN NOW TO PRESERVE EGGS. And once more mincemeat is reckon-ca household necessity in Washington County instead of a luxury. d PAGE Girl Infant Dies. T PREMIER LLOYD GEORGE ' , AND HIS DAUGHTER day the Lord shall call us all home." Grandmother, Mrs. Bell Anthony. Am v TWO CITY GIRLS TO BECOME FARMETTES. Mrs. N. H. Quiggins of this city has recently received word that her sisters, Miss Frances Rhodes and Mrs. Maud Mattingty of Chicago arrived last Sunday to he with tfieir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J no. L. Rhodes s of Addison, and will become AOW CAN YOU TELL YOUR for the summer. After the crops arc harvested they FAVORITE TOBACCO? expect to go to Florida for the winter to accept a proposition offered by the firm of which Mrs. Mattingly's late As Plain as the Nose on Your husband was an employee. Face Just Smell It Miss Rhodes has held a responsible position in Chicago the past twelve Smokers do not have to put tobacco years, but says she likes Addison on in their pipes to furl out if they like it. the grand Ohio better than Lake They can Just ru'j tlu tobacco between Michigan and the "windy city." the palm3 of th i. lnndn and smell it. The no.w i3 an infallible guiils to smoking enjoymen. farm-ettesVe--- . Kirk, Ky., April 12, (Special) The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anthony .tnd took from them their darling baby girl, Frances Mary Bell. She was born March 30, 1910 and died three days after birth. "Weep not, dear oncsl Your baby is safe in the arms of Jesus, and prepare poursclvcs to meet her on the TRY A WANT AD TODAY Oats Hay Corn Bran Horse and Mule Feed Dairy Feed Cotton Seed Meal Chicken Feed Flour Meal A Square Deal Courteous Treatment Reasonable Prices Satisfaction Guaranteed You may secure all of these '; Jxk M4f Keep SOY BEAN Satisfactorily. Even a Child Can "Put Down" EgEi to They Will SEED AND VARIETIES TO GROW Eggs in Water Glass Retain Freshness 8 to 12 Months. On one of his recent visits to France to attend a meeting of the peace conference Premier Lloyd George took his daughter, Mrs. Carey Evans, with him. They are here shown on the deck of H. M. S. Termagant Supply From 1918 Crop Reported April, May and June Provide Best Eggs for Preserving Purposes Use Clean Ones Only Directions for Using Sodium Silicate or Lime Water Successfully. Less Than That of 1917. "COOTIES" LEFT BEHIND Soldiers Declare It Is Good to Get Back to America. It literally "feels good" to bo In the United States again, according to overseas men who are being sent to Camp Funston and Fort Riley for discharge or their final hospital "hitch." The "good feeling" comes from the absence of cooties. Most of the returning Yanks bring along several families of cooties when they return" from France, but while the men land at New York and other Atlantic ports and proceed Inland for demobilization, the cootie does not come along with them. He Is demobilized and discharged at the point of debarkation, or a camp near by. The soldiers are strong for this humane measure. Their clothing Is taken from them, steamed and returned cootleless in 45 minutes. During the period of waiting they receive a haircut and take a bath. After this "delouslng" process, as it is technically known In the army, many of the men spend the first quiet night in a year, undisturbed by the Insect pests acquired in France. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County DIRECTORY Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky.( Polled" Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hamp- shire Sheep. Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Fairs in Past Five Years Valley Home Stock Farm W. J. OWEN & SONS, Propietora 1 Hardinsburg, Ky., Route Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle ORCHARD HOME FARM G. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor Breeder of Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 2. THE HOWARD J. M. HOWARD & FARMS SON, Prop. Shorthorn Cattle, Duroc Hogs and Hampshire Sheep Glen Dean, . :- -: :- -: Ky. BEARD BROS. Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealeri la LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO C. V. High-Class Robertson Dealer In Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. It will pay you to visit my Stables PARK PLACE G. N. Lyddan .FARMER AND FEEDER Irvington, Ky. WEBSTER STOCK FARM H. H. NORTON, Owner Farmer. Feeder and Dealer in AH Kinds of Live Stock. i KMOtwky. Well for Buyer to Make Germination During the spring months many keg and pour the clear lime water Tests as Seed Loses Its Vitality Quite Readily Variety Is serve eggs, because they to the vessel until the eggs are cover- are cheap, until their families are ed. At least two inches of the solu of Importance. tired of an egg cooked in any form. tion should cover the top layer of by United States Later, when eggs soar to 80 cents, eggs Sometimes a pound of salt is us- (Prepared mentthe Agriculture.) Departof 00 cents and $1 a dozen, few are found ed with the lime, but experience has As tfie supply of the 1018 crop of soy on the table of the average family. shown that in general the lime with- benns for seed Is reported less than the Properly cooked and served, eggs out the salt is more satisfactory. 1017 crop, It Is ndvlsnble at this time lend themselves to an almost unlimitto look forward to supplies of seed of ed number df dishes, and it is much CARE OF WOOLEN GARMENTS desirable varieties and prices. It Is not likely that the prices will be much lowwiser to use them in moderation for Systemic brushing of your clothes twelve months than to serve them so every day will lessen expenditures for er than at the present time. Undoubtoften in the spring that they cease to cleaning. Brushing done with a cir- - edly much of the 1917 crop of seed will be sold this season. It is well for the tempt the appetite. ctilar motion removes loose dirt, re buyer as well as the grower who has When the hens are laying freely stores the nap and will help remove his own supply of seed to make germiand eggs are abundant and cheap the "shine." nation tests. Soy bean seed loses Its thrifty housewife inaVes provision for Skillful mending of wool garments the future by preserving some for the is another means .of prolonging their winter months period of usefulness, say home eco-- ! rresn ciean eggs pronny preserv-- ( nomics experts of the Department of cd can be used satisfactorily for all Agriculture. The success of a mend purposes in cooking and for the denends on maintaining tho nft n.' table. When eggs preserved in water pearance of the surface, duplicating glass are to be boiled, a small hole the weaV(.( and using colors t0 matcll should be made in the shell with a pin those in the garment. at the large end before placing them Darning is practically the only in ine water, his is Gone to anow method that will fulfill all these re the air in the egg to escape, when quirements. If the material is cotton heated, and it prevents cracking. in one direction and wool in another, How To Preserve Eggs, make the darn correspond to the filFresh eggs .properly preserved may lers in the orignal. Identify the weave be kept from eight to twelve months and duplicate it as nearly as possible, in excellent condition and uesd with Use colors which match, or neutral good results. Eggs laid during April tones with specks of color as' near the May and early June have been foimd shade as possible. Use net, tape or to keep better than those laid later in meding tissue whenever possible for the season. If satisfactory results are reinforcement. Press the mended place to be obtained the eggs should be and it will be less conspicuous. Ca'reful pressing not only adds to fresh and clean- and, if possible, inferCultivating a Field of Soy Beans. tile. Eggs that float when placed in the the appearance, but helps keep cloth- solution are not fresh and therefore ing in good condition. Pressing of viability quite readily, nnd unless the cannot be preserved. When an egg is clothes can be satisfactorily done'at seed Is. of the 1018 crop or has been tests should properly cured and only slightly soiled,' a cloth dampen- home of the characteristics of the fib be made to learn If stored Is of high the seed ed with vinegar can be used to re- - er are known. The first thing to con- - germination. move such stains. Under no circum- - sider is the felting property of the. 'The variety to be grown is of prime stances should badly soiled eggs be wool fiber and the importance of Importance, nnd the grower should for preserving; if put int the voiding any method of pressing,which select one suited to his locality. The jar while dirty they will spoil, and will cause the garment to shrink and late varieties for forage or seed are wesliing removes a protective coating lose its soft and fluffy nature. Use a best suited to southern conditions, alj moderately which prevents spoiling. hot iron and a pressing though the Virginia and Haberlandt, medium varieties, have given Water-Glas- s j cloth wrung as dry as possible. Method Explained, Place both excellentlute most results under southern n A good method for the preserva- - the cloth on the right side of the conditions for seed, forage and pasof eggs is the use of sodium ment and press until the pressing turage. The best late vurlcties are silicate, oc, water glass. If the price cloth .is dry. Remove the cloth, and BllosI, Mammoth Yellow and Tokyo. of sodium silicate is about 30 cents a the surface of the material will look quart, eggs may be preserved at a s6ft and fluffy. The wool material will ' SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS cost of approximately two cents a not be entirely dry. Turn the garment dozen. It is not desirable to use the and press, on the wrong side till dry. water-glas- s solution a second time. If pressed on the right side, the nap Use one quart of sodium silicate to or fuzzy surface is pressed down so nine quarts of water, that has been tightly that the garment is shiny, boiled and cooled. Place the mixture I : n :.. a r... i. j. ma m lit i.i ULh ui jui. ti.:. vm PUT RABBIT IN be sufficient to preserve fifteen dozen THE MINCEMEAT. eggs, and will serve as a guide for the Mincemeat, that toothsome filler quantity needed to preserve larger for pies, has been blacklisted the last amounts of eggs. year or two by economical houseFirst select a crock and keepers because of the high cost of clean it thoroughly, after which it beef, an important ingredient in this should be scalded and allowed to dry. delicacy. Numerous "meatless mince, Second, heat a quantity of water to receipes have been concocted boiling point and allow it to cool. meat" the but to the discriminating mincemeat, Third, when cool, measure out nine quarts pf water, place it in the crock, to have the real flavor, needs meat. The members of a and add one puart' of sodium silicate, club in Washington County, Kansas, stirring the mixture thoroughly. are enjoying genuine mincemeat pies Fourth, the eggs should be placed this winter and at the same time they in the solution. Be careful to allow are enjoying the feeling of having at least two inches of the solution to been economical. Rabbits are plentiSTONE CO. cover the eggs. ful in certain parts of Kansas, and this LOUISVILLE, KY. place the crock containing Fifth club decided to use rabbit meqt in I contemplate burin monument. Kind-Ij- r the preserved eggs in a cool, dry place place tend in lulleit Information. of beef- in their old mincemeat well cQvered to prevent evaporation. Name.. recipes. The pie filling which result,M Waxed paper covered over and tied Address ed is said to be satisfactory in every around the top pf the crock will an- way with a genuine mincemeat flavor. swer this purpose. Use Of Lime Method. 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There is not much left of then, but do hope we do, for it cer service back here our old Division except a few idle tainly seems I've been gone a long Women Run Street Cars if time. It will be one year tomorrow The street cars arc similar to those officers and a name. So some day since I started on my long trip com- in our small cities and quite a number you hear of the ( ) coming home it ing over, and believe me, I've seen haul trailers. Most of them are "man- may not necessarily mean we will be Continued form page 3 some sights. I've seen men lying ned" by woman and they seem to do with it. We tried hard to give them wounded, dead and dying so thick on good too. They will go clanking their good mail service, and believe there be an endless job so I offer this with the battle field that we were compiled is not. a Division over here that, sucbells thru a crowded street just like apologies. ceeded better but it is a big job. to walk on them instead of the an old timer. I am enjoying the best of health ground. But we never thought anyBillet Was Once A- Dance Hall LeMans Cathedral Interesting. and comfort. Love to you alL Sgt. thing about that at the time. But Our billet is an old dance hall, and The chief point of interest to a per thank God, I escaped without a J. A. Head, Mail Detachment, A. P. scratch. The nearest I came of get- son who lives as tar away as we, our beds are double deckers built out of tolerable good lumber and O. 702. ting mine was a machine gun bullet possibly is the LeMans cathederal. i serene wire nailed on for springs. On cut one of my leggins in two places, I am enclosing a picture of it and you top of that are big fat' straw beds, and of the buildbut didn't, touch the flesh. And again can see about From W. C. Mattingly. all the blankets we need. I happened That part out of view is "the I was knocked down by the bursting ing. to draw one upstairs. Probably it is of one of those high explosive shells. Gothic style and was begun in the safer but it is terribly inconvient to The letter following is from V. C. I was completely covered up with the eleventh century. And that part make up and get in and out of for the :., c ... . Mattingly addressed to Mr. and Mrs. dirt. I do hope as long as I live I shown in the picture is or Koman style, and was finished in the thirteen-i"a,- r ., . , , W. T. Mattingly of Hardinsburg. will never have anything like that to "e ,n,g"1 "ave' 10 maKe 11 P r th century. Over the doors and wind- - j go through with again. have to get clear up on top, then I This Breckinridge County soldier is ows and at angles there is quite a Family So Congenial am always standing on the cover I in Luxcniberg where he expects to be bit of statuary, and much of it is Had a letter from sister telling me grotuesque. One is obscene, and leg- want to move. I was thoughtful until fall if not longer. His letter to bring a khaki colored pillow Mother and Daddy were in Louisville end says it was done by a dissatisreads: Mr. Dearest Loved Ones: I have and she was going to meet them there' fied workman and was not discovered slip, over so I fill it with straw and just received a letter from you, and and going home. I know you all had till after the dedication. It is more have a good pillow. The other boys as usual was glad to hear from you. a good time, because I do believe we beautjfu, ins;dehaving a tremendous- - envj me for they have no pillow at I am always so glad to know you are always have more fun and get more ly high arched ceiling, and probably all. all well. I am as well as can be, and pleasure out of one another than any- twenty different alters and a Have Very Little Fuel. body. I've often thought, we were getting along fine in every way. pipe organ. The windows are The climate here is milder than in We left Germany the .7th of Feb. always poor, but were always happy. georgeously stained and show up to Kentucky, and I guess it is well that" and came to a little town by the name I think after all it is best. the best advantage when one looks it is for there is very little fuel. There I was sorry to hear Carroll was from the inside toward the sun. of Schuwcstcr and were there for are few homes or places of business sick. Do hope he is better. And J, Happy When Armistice Was Signed. three weeks. And are now at that have had any fires at all this Luxemberg. Don't know C. and Randolph, do hope they don't You should have heard these peo winter. We haven't any in ourbillet how long we will be here, but think have the "flu." Tell Elizabeth and ple for about three days after the but have a good one in the P. Oi In we will be on this' side of the "Pond" Bess to take good care.of those sweet Armistir- - wa. s,VnPH. T l,nv- - SPPn smaller towns they take a couple of for some time yet. I am not expect boys until I get there, and believe y few Fnch dfunk hm except cows with a yoke tied on their horns, me. we will have some time. those few days and then women and and hitched to a two wheeled cart, I had a letter from uncle Lejinie IRVINGTON men were sn hannv anH thev rltrlti't with wheels as' high as a man's head, and uncle Joe. They got my picture care what happened. They paraded and go out and loal it with bushes, and thought' I looked like my dear old and gang a day a,ld mQSt of the and limbs, bring it' in and Continued from page 3 store it daddy. What is he domg now? I night The governm'ent is9ued orders away in their attics and spare rooms know it is too cold to work at the that there wouId be much inunina- - for their winter's fuel.. I hardly Bright at SJiclbyville, Wednesday. One of the features of the Victory tion as possible. We had several. Am- - blame them for going without fires. Wc arc having some bad weather crican bands in camp outside of the I know of some people who hate to Loan special train that will visit next Thursday, April 17th at over nere. 11 nas euner rameu or city which came in to join in the make fires .when it is lots more conone every day for two :i 1. M. will be a real Battle Tank snowed Most all of the bands venient. But it doesn't rain hard from this area have gone toward the manned by soldiers who have seen months. France Has Fine Roads. neither does the snow stay on long. front where there are large rest actual service overseas. In movies and magazines younotice Has Archie Burnett gotten home camps and hospitals, to play for the pictures of the roads Mrs. Sue Simmons visited her fathand streams beer, Jake Cowley of Sand Hill last yet? I suspect he has as there are a boys. ing bordered by awfully tall slender lot of the boys lucky enough to get week. Didn't Get To The Front trees. That is true every where I Miss Margaret Conniff who is sta- home. Guess I am out of luck. Has Our division never got to the front. have been. The roads which have I The Kaiser threw up his hands just a tioned at Paris writes that she will all of the 1st Ky. gotten home? not been shot up are as fine as city supposed they had by Paul Garner j j;tte 00 soon. Probably he thought streets. The spend Easter in Home. streams are rather narDo they ever hear he had as well when he found we Mr. and Mrs, Vernon Farmer of being at home. row and sluggish. 'from Lee, or is he at home? Owensboro spent Sunday with Edwere on the way. I thought cliff dwellers were a I understand all the National Army ward Morrison. Nearly all of our men were trans- thing of the past but I have seen Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite and Miss is being discharged and the regular ferred to the front from Neuvic houses two or three stories high built Martha Howe Brite will spend Eas- Army Divisions are to stay over here. (Dordogne). That is near Bordeaux. in these soft stone or chalk cliffs. ter with Mrs. Howe at Lewisport. That is why I think I will be here So before we could prepare again it They put in doors and windows and it The Masons held their regular so long. was over. Now We are in this depot makes a good looking house. Well' folks, I've told you all. of the meeting at the hall Saturday evening. Ode Whoberry and William Prout news, so I'll close with all my love were candidates for the third degree. and kisses for the ones I love best of After the meeting members of the anyone. I am as ever your son, and Railroad Men, Farmers and Laborers Eastern Star entertained the Mas- brother, W. C. Mattingly. Will sell yoif Scott's Level Best Overalls for $2.35 the p'air at ons with two course luncheon. store. By mail 10c extra. Henry Herndon, Stithton spent Tells Some Interesting Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Overall Jackets same price. Army Style Kiki shirts and heavy Things Of France. blue work shirts, shoes and socks at correspondent low pdice's. Herndon. H. A. Ater has been elected DirecBoys Overalls 4 to 14 years old $.50 the pair. Sgt. J. A. Head writes an interesttor and Secretary of the Planters cooperation Insurance Co., to succeed ing letter telling of historic France. The letter following is written to his Chas H. Drury. Store next door to Pat Dillion Hardinsburg, Ky. father, Mr. W. N. Head of Lo'diburg, on "Fathers Day" in France, SOILS READY FOR PLOWING Dear Papa: This is the day set apart by somebody over here for each Overzealous Gardeners Waste Time soldier to write to his father. Since and Do Harm by Getting on the censor has loosened up a little I Them Too Earl can now mention lots of things I could 'not mention before. A. Blinplo test to And out when garOne good Investment Is worth more than the savings of a lifeden soli Is ready for plowing or workLeMans, France time. ing Is to pick up a handful and close If you will look on a large map of Wo have holdings In Nelson County and options In Lee, Cumbertlio band tightly on It. If the earth France you will find the town I am , land and Morgun. ' falls apart when the hand Is opened now in. It is LeMans in the departOklahoma has made her mllllonsl This Is Kentucky's Day. ' It is. dry enough for cultivation. This ment of Sarhe and a couple of miles Pamphlet containing particulars furnished upon request. test applies lurgcly to fairly heuvy soils, but these are tho soils that are due East of Brest, a seaport city. most liable to Injury from working LeMans has a population of 85,000 them when too wet. Overzealous gar- and has a considerable, amount of in(Incorporated) ' dener3 waste time and actually do dustry. Most of the work is done by 84 Kenyon Bldg. LOUISVILLE, KY. harm on heavy soils by getting on women, and by soldiers wfio were them too early. too old for duty at the front or who HOME BOYS IN SERVICE - one-ha- lf " I think I have described the coun- the army; in making him as good a try lifc,in other letters, so I will quit citizen as he has been a soldier. for a book would not tell it all. His fare and necessary expenses This is my address now. Sgt. J. A. Gov-hiHead, Mail Detachment, A. P. O. 762. will be paid to his home by the He may, if so desired, wear his ernment. He will receive all pay due To The Mother Of A Soldier. unitorm tor tnree months alter aate of his discharge. The Government Camp Pike, Ark., March 24, 1919. will also allow him to keep up, for Mrs. Nancy J. Day, McQuady, Ky. the benefit of his family, his insur My Dear Mrs. Day: In a few days ance at the very low rate he is carryyour soldier will receive an honorable ing it now. discharge and start for home. He .His return to civil life will bring , r i ii is bringing back many fine qualities ' new prooiems lor you iuoin . soivc 10 of body and mind which he has ac- The qualities he is bringing back will quired or developed in the military help you now, as your encourage- -. service. Thearmy has done every- ment helped him while he was away. thing it could do to make him fine, and in your hands and his rest the strong, and yet self con- future of our country. trolled. It returns home to you a betAsh is commanding Officer, I am ter man. proud of him. He has done his duty You have been an imflbrtant mem- well I and his comrades will bid him ber of that great army of encourage- goodrbye with deep regret, and wish ment and enthusiasm which has him every success after he returnes helped to make him and us all better home, that spot in every man's heart soldiers. You can now be a great that no other place can fill. Sincerehelp in keeping alive the good quali- ly yours, Geo. M. Lester, Capt. 57, ties he is bringing back' home from Inf. self-reliant an mon-stero- Aber-kerche- n, lrv-ingt- on j merry-makin- g. 1 BLACK JACK Is black with white points, foaled April 30, 1916. This Jack is from the Mam mouth and Silver Crown families. .He has a 33 in. ear 81 in. length 02 in. high, 09 in. girth, in. flank, 19 in. arm, 15 in. knee, S in. bone, 20 in. hock. He has good big feet and heavy flat bone, is a broad breasted fellow with, good rump, has deep body and a long neck with splendid head, long thin ears, is a fine haired Jack of style quality, quick and active as a horse. PEDIGREE . Black Jack 23201 was sired by Black John, Jr., 12720 he by Black John (M. McGavock, owner), he by Black Warrior John (Will Miller Jack). 1st Dam Folly B. 12721 she by Owen's Jack. v j; WIVI. COO IVIES As I have had more calls for service from this Jack than he can-tak- e care of I have decided o invest in Artificial Breeding appliances which are endorsed by the Graham Scientific Breeding School in order tq accammodate my friends as well as increase my business. I am going to itand him. at $10 to insure a living colt (instead of $15 which has been advertised here-be-fore) ,,1 ,.5 . 5 3 MONEY IN OIL STOCK This Jack will make the season of 1919 at my stable on the Hiram Simmons home-stea- d at Tobinsport, Intl., and will serve mares qn Monday, Wednesday and Friday at noon. Capsules will not be used unless" necessary otherwise natural service. i The Rolling Fork Oil & Gas Co. WALTER HAWKINS Tobinsport, IaJ.