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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL $1-5- 0 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. & VOL. XLHl. 30,1919 Pages No. 44 WOMAN ENDS HER LIFE BY HANGING ilrs. Harrison Thurrrian Com- Mrs. McCubbins Has A New Merchandise Store In Hardinsburg. ROUTE QUESTION SETTLED SOON FIVE SENIORS TO BE GRADUATED TEACHERS All RE-ELECT- LIFE CLOSES FOR AN AGED VETERAN Of Faculty Members Retained Except One. Each Get Raise Salary. Mrs. Mary McCubbins, who for several years owned a successful merrein mits Suicide Because Of chandise store and Stcphensport, moved to Hardcently sold out Despondency. . insburg where she has opened a new (general merchandise store in the building. Despondency is Said to have been fTeaff L. D. Mr. Fox and Mrs. Fox movThurman the cause of Mrs. Harrison ed with Mrs. McCubbins, who is the taking her own life last Thursday lattcr's mother, and Mr. Fox will be morning by hanging herself in the 'manager of the new store. Mr. Godbarn on their farm near Cloverport. frey Haswell has secured a position Mr. Thurrrian was in this city that too. With these capable morning and when he returned nome 'with them assistants, Mrs. McCubbins is sure to he found Mrs. Thurman dead. 'enjoy the same prosperity in business A short funeral service was held on 'such as has follqwed her heretofore. Friday afternoon from the residence 'by Rev. E. B. English. The interment took place in the Cloverport cemetery. years Mrs. Thurman was sixty-tw- o BONDS SOLD old and the daughter of the late Mr. she is and Mrs. John H. Oclze, and next to the last of that immediate In Breckinridge Up To Saturfamily to be taken. One sister, Mrs. with the day. First State Bank Of Jarboe of Oklahoma survives husband. Irvington is in the Lead. Wiley Will Send A State And From Cloverport High School All save one of the present faculty James L. Frank of McQuady This Year Commencement Federal Engineers To Go Spent His Days in Useful members of the Cloverport Public school were reelected to their same To Be Held On May 21. Over Proposed Routes. And Conservative Living 1010-2- 0 places for the term of school at the annual meeting of the school trustees held Saturday night. Besides, the Superintendent 'and all of the teachers were raised in salary except the first assistant. The teachers for the eusuing year Ky., April 28, 1919. Sad is this community today for one of its best citizens has gone home, Bro. James L. Frank was called from time to eternity. On the morning of the 15th of April Bro. Frank's spirit took its flight to a fairer world than this. The funeral services were conducted by the writer at the home of the deceased, April 10lh in the presence of sorrowing relatives and friends. Bro. Frank had not enjoyed the best of health for several years, but he was a patient sufferer, never mur' muring. ' In His 87th Year. Born July 12, 1832. He professed faith in Jesus and united with the Clover Creek Baptist church near Hardinsburg, Ky., when he was about McQuady, JAZZ BAND COMING announcement interesting An comes from the County Chairman of the Victory Loan dirve in regard to a speakers Campaign for next- week. It, says this: "A jazz band of overseas men, and a speaker from the front, will be in Irvington, May 5, at. 7 P. M. Glen Dean, May 6, at 1 P. M.; Hardinsbrug, May 0, at 7 P. M; Cloverport, May 7, at 2 P. M. signed VV. J. Piggott, County Chairman Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan, C. C. of Woman's Di'v." - The Senior Class of the Cloverport Mr. Paul Lewis and Mr. . D. B. Phelps were in Henderson, Thursday Higji School has five members this attending the meeting of the Ohio year all of whom are to be graduated River Route Highway Association of and receive their diplomas at the commencement held Wednesday evening, which Mr. Lewis is Secretary. were present from all of May 21, in the ilethodist church. Prof. J. T. C. Noe, who heads the the counties concerned in the highway comtemplated from Louisville to Department of Education in the Kentucky State University, has been inPaducah, except Hardin and Breckinridge county was vited by Superintendent O. F. Gal officially reprcsenated by Mr. Paul loway to deliver the commencement Basham and Rev. J. F. Knue, Judge address on that evening, and the inPayne' was unable to attend. All the vitation was accepted. Another feacounties reported satisfactory finan- ture on the program which is enjoyed cial progress which was mainly the annually, is the High School girls' object of the meeting. chorosus and they are being prepared Judge Newman, chairman of the now under the direction of the MissAssociation read a letter from Rod- es May. man Wiley, State Road CommissionClass day will be Monday, May 19, er, stating that about May 15, a fed- and the class exercises will be held eral engineer with an engineer from that evening. The members of the 1919 class are the State department, would be sent The county Chairman for the Vic- here' to go over the routes proposed Misses Lora Carson, Cecil Jolly, tory Loan drive, Mr. W. J. Piggott of and decide which way would be most Louise Weatherholt, and Chlora Mae Seaton, and Joseph H. Ballman. In Irvington reports that up to Saturday feasible. A suggestion was made at the meet- order to successfully complete their $15,400 has been suscribed in Victory bonds by the people of Breckinridge ing by Judge Newman, to decide the course this year, the Seniors have county. This report includes the 'road and call the highway from been attending school on Saturday, work of the Women's Organization Louisville to Henderson the Stanley to make up for the time lost during Route; and the section from Hender- - the influenza epidemic. too. , son to Paddcah, the James Highway. The quotas for the banks in this This called for considerable discus- 'LIBERTY SUNDAY, MAY 4 county are given herewith: Breckinridge-Ban- k of Cloverport, sion after which all motions were tabled and the meeting adjourned $40,950.00. Secretary of Treasury Sets Aside This Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., subject to call by Judge Newman. Day to Combine Patriotism $68,300.00. Farmers Bank & Trust Co., FIRE DAMAGED With Worship. es (Special) $15,400 VICTORY LOAN wilt be, O. F. Galloway, Superintendent; Miss Mary Owen Oclzc, first assistant; Miss Lillian Cart, 8th grade; Miss Margaret Wroc Cth and 7th grades; Miss Ruth Chambliss, 4th and 5th grades; Primary, Miss Julia Wroe. The 2nd and 3rd grade teacher's place was left open for the pre- sent. ! SMALL OIL WELL IS DISCOVERED tfea'r Mook In Breckinridge 4o years old; remained an honored member until he was called home. County. 25 Bbl. Well For He lived a consistent christian life, The Falcon Oil and Gas Co. cooperating with his brethcrn in every good word and work, for the advancement of the Master's Kingdom. He loved the Lord's service, frequented his house and was a liberal contributor, to every interest of the Lord's work. In the going of Bro. Frank, the church sustains a great loss. Where shall we look for another to "fill the vacancy in the church and kingdom that his death has thrust upon us? Civil War Veteran. In the sixties when our country was in the throes of Civil War, Bro. Frank then a young man, heard his country's call, and'turrifng away from the comforts of home, he joined the force? of 1 I Falcon Oil and Gas Co., which has been drilling a well for sometime on the farm of Pile Bros., near Mook, this County, drilling in to Carniferous Limestone, at a depth of from 1200 to 1300 ft. and have struck oil of a very superior quality. This is a successful demonstration that the underlying strattas under Breckinridge county, carry a very high grade of crude petroleum, samples of which have been shipped to. the refinery in Louisville, and tests prove that it produces a 40 per. cent gasoline, which Js not equal to but greater than any Lee or Estill County oil, in gasoline contents. Mr. L. T. Haney, Manager of the Falcon Oil Co., says it would be unreasonable to expect that the first well drilled by the Falcon Oil & Gas Co., in the county would puncture the most profitable pool of oil lying un- -' her this territory, but it 'is clearly demonstrated that there is oil in paying quantities in this section and further drilling will indicate in which direction future wells will be located. This their No. 1 well contains some gas but there has been a noted ab-- I sence of water, and it is believed that the shooting of this well will result in at least a 25 barrel well. The well will be shot, cased and pumped immediately. $41,-400.0- 0. First State Bank $27,300.00. . To the ReDublican Precinct Com mitteemen of Breckinridge County. You are hereby requested to meet at hte Court House in the town of Hardinsburg, Saturday, May 10, 1919 at one o'clock, for the purpose of appointing delegates to attend the Re- - Total $200,400.00. The amount that has been subscribed is shown below, giving the First State7 Bank of Irvington in the lead of Clovwith the Breckinridge-Ban- k erport following second. Breckiqridge-Ban- k Bank of Hardinsburg meets at Lexington, Ky., May 14, 1919. Farmers' Bank ThisTTs an important meeting and all First State Bank precinct Committeemen are expected E. H. Shellman & Co 10 attend. H. M. Beard, County Chairman. Total $ 3,650.00 1,850.00 0 00 8,400.0o 1,500.00 $13,400.00 Mrs. W. H. Bowmer of: this place who of her second Mrs. Adele Hambleton received a is John Butler Burks, son of Mr. and message early Monday morning from has received the birth announcement Mrs. Etta Evans of New York City, Mrs. John Burks of Dade City, Fla. of Mrs. saying that her brother, Leon Wilker- And ' he is the grand-so- n Nellie Burks of Louisville. son passed away Sunday evening. Mr. Wilkerson was born and reared CARD OF THANKS. in Cloverport, and left here about twenty-fiv- e years ago. He is survived asby two sisters, MrS; Evans and Mrs. We want to thank those who sisted us in saving our home. David Stancliff of New York City, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lightfoot. and a' brother John Wilkerson. great-grandchil- d, Leon Wilkerson Dies at His Home in New York City. Birth Announcement. I When the Inevitable Occurs There will come a time, sooner or later, when your erty must pass to others, being distributed either: (1) prop- As .you will it, if there is a legully drawn will; . or (2) As the laws of the State provide, in case there is no will. t A will must name an executor to carry out its provisions; the court appoints an administrator to do the same when there is no will. In either case, the fees are fixed by law, and it usually costs less to get the benefit of the expert service of a strong institution like this Company which makes a of matters of trust, than it does to have the usually specialty less dependable service of an individual executor or administrator. The reason for this is that the knowledge, experience and equipment of a TrusfCompany make for greater eoonomy and efficiency of administration. ' Statu-protecte- CvE. Lightfoot's Home. Spark Fjom JSecretary of the Treasury Glass has CHmnCatch'M'ThT kta set aside Sunday) May 4, as National Shingle Roof. Liberty Loan Sunday, when churches and church people will be expected to Postmaster Chas E. Lightfoot nar- show their patriotism throughout the rowly escaped losing his home in the nation by talking and buying Victory West End of the city last Wednes- Liberty Notes (short term bonds.) The day is to be especially consec day morning by fire. Mrs. Lightfoot, who was in the midst of having house rated to the cause of the Government cleaning done, had some trash burn- in finishing the work begun and sucing in one of the grates, and it is cessfully carried on so far for world supposed that a spark from the chim-- ( peace and a permanent, victory. Minney fell on1 the shingle roof and, isters, priests and rabbis are expected caught fire. Very soon afterwards a to deliver addresses and conduct speclittle girl passed the home and seeing ial meetings in the interest of the the fire gave an alarm before the notes the Government must sell to blaze had made much headway. The the people in order to complete the L. H. & St. L. shop men hurried to great work. Two main kinds of loyalty are the scene, and the fire was s6on extintaught in the Bible loyalty to God guished. The fire damages were very and to country and our forefathers promptly and satisfactorily settled by who suffered to establish this repubC. B. and O. T. Skillman, local agents lic combined the two ideas as absofor the Hartford Fire Insurance lutely necessary to a lasting Government. On the day set aside for the Company. purpose the people are asked to comGiven a Vacation in Month of May. bine worship and patriotism. Sunday, May 4, should be a Miss Edith Burn, day for all churches, synagofor the Breckinridge-Ban- k of Cloverport, gues and other institutions of a relhas been granted by 'the directors ot igious nature, as well as for all leadthe bank, a vacation during the ers and others will see to it that the month of May, to begin Saturday. drag net is used effectively that no After a short visit in Louisville, Miss one' escape who is at all able to supBurn will return here, and she with port his Government by buying the her sister, Miss Margaret Burn will notes offered. go to St. Petersburg, Kans., for a fortnight's stay with Dr. E. C. Mc- Mexico, San Domingo, Cuba and Donald and Mrs. McDonald. Haiti arived home a few days ago. He says the worst enemy he met while with the Sammies was this Jaz Rich CARTER'S LANDING music. Well wea can agree with noise barn full of It sounds like running riot. Joe Burke says its not the grub you get in the army that Easter has come and gone and we didn't have the price of a new .Easter makes you fat. It's a change of scenery. Say cousin, Lodiburg, I am bonpet. But every girl we met had on to you now your name isn't Lodion a new lid. Some of the prettiest burg neither is .it Brown nor Jones. creations what am. The girls have Mike Ketzner of Holt, built a silo to have 'em high cost or no high cost. last fall that would hold about fifty Well why not. How can a girl look of ifisilage. After it was compretty under a last year's modle. tons pleted, he backed up a few steps lookAll the girls that are not matrimon-ial- y ed at it for a moment and said well, inclined had better aviate. Why I wish it was full of sauer kraut. because Herman Waggoner and LewJoe Mulhatton, Jr. is Bcavin'of Hites Run have mach- " the Union and fought for the right as God gave him to see the right until victory crowned the efforts of the Union armies. Much more might be said of this man of God; a man that loved right and hated evil with a bitter and unrelenting hatred. Can we not say the country is better because he lived? Fought A Good Fight. A good citizen, a good soldier of Jesus Christ, a christian patriot. He fought a good fight, he kept the faith he has finished his course and gone home to wear the crown of glory that fadeth not away. N His three children, Mrs. Frank De Haven of Hardinsburg, Millard Frank of Iowa, and Orval Frank of Hardinsburg, with many relatives and a host of friends mourn their loss. Eternity is his with Christ in heaven. A life well spent is attuned for heaven's chimes. To other scenes thy spirit has flown. Farewell sainted one 'tis joy to thee from earthly climes I His pastor, J. L. DeHart. k ( I I I i red-lett- er book-keep- er Arrive in Camp Taylor. Among the casuals who arrived in Camp Taylor, Monday morning from overseas, were the names of two Breckinridge County boys. Chas W. Glasscock of Axtel, and Green Clem of Cloverport. These boys were wounded in action. Commisioned 2nd. Lieut. Mr. J. F. McGary of Kirk has recently had a letter from his son, Eugene McGary in France, and who writes that he received his commission as 2nd. Lieutenant, March 10. Lieut. McGary's friends in Breckinridge county will be rejoiced to learn of his successful life in soldering. Wool Growers Attention! The management of the Irvington Wool Pool, formerly conducted by Chas. H. Drury, will be assumed and continued by the committee of men whose names are appended hereto, Date and place of delivery will be on May 20, 1919 at Irvington, Ky. Any and all wool growers in Breckinridge and Meade counties are welcome. Considerable time may be required to negotiate the sale of this wool. Engagement Announced. and Mrs. Joseph Beavin of Cloverport announce the engagement of Mrs. Beavin's daughter, Miss Margaret Ryan to Mr. James E. Acos of Owensboro. The wedding is to take place in this city in June. Mr. Acos is the owner of the Progress Candy Company in Owensboro, where Miss Ryan has been employed for over a year. Mr. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness and druing the death of our dear son and brother, Ivan MsCarty and his little .daughter, Mother and Sisters. Owen W. Rice Dies at Seventy-OnMr. Owen W. Rice, an aged and respected citizen of Balltown died at his home there on Friday morning. He was seventy-on- e years old and a native of Breckinridge county. The funeral and burial took place Saturday afternoon. He leaves a widow and several children. e. ' ines. Ypu are invited to consult with us about the best interests of your heirs. TRUST DEPARTMENT . Tht Bwk of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. STRENGTH SAFETY SERVICE Herman Waggoner and Lafe Behen tackled the bachelors club goat Wednesday evening Herman says riding the goat iimore exciteing than chasing the Kaiser. We don't think Lafe will be a bachelor much longer. He is talking to the girls again. James MMcGovern fresh from the battle front droped down from Camp Zach, Sunday. James is looking fine and as fat as a flounder when he arrived at Cloverport, he was a whistling, "How arc You Going to Keep 'em Down on the Farm After They Have Seen Parte." Sgt. R. C. Carter of FIANCEE MUST BECOME NUN Sweetheart Will Get $6,000 If She Enters Convent Joseph W. Hlckey of 'Shrewsbury, Mass., who died la France In service, provided la his will that his fiancee, Miss Helen B. Finn of Roxbury, Mass., be paid 95,000 oa condition that she become a nun. The will was written Just before Hlckey tailed ea a traasport France. Soldier's Jr SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS The buyers should not be approached until the most of the pledges are in, because the bigger the pool the pool more respect can be commanded. So please let us have your pledges at once, giving numbers of fleeces (black fleeces separate) and estimated number of pounds. Urge your neighbor to send his pledge also, thereby helping us to help you to help us all to get the highest market price for our wool. Address all communications and pledges to the secretary. Ginger Bandy. Respectfully, Fierce Hardaway Roy Cain, Secretary. NOTICE Advertisement For Claims. All persons having claims against the estate of Dr. J. H. Hart, deceased will present same properly proven, to the undersigned Administrator, at the Law Office of Moorman & Walls, in, Hardinsburg, Breckinridge County, Ken.tucky, on or before the first day of May 1919. J. F, Hart, Administrator! I FAOB THE iBRKCKENRIDGE NEWS, CL6VERFORT, KENTUCKY APRIL It, ltil sr1 fr THE SMOOTHEST SMOKING mbsdale was buried at Mt. Merino last Thursday. Miss Margaret Cowley and Lon Cowley left Friday for Missouri. Mrs. Phillip Taylor of Louisville, Mrs. Taylor and sons, Edward and Ben Taylor of Hbdgenvilte, arc guests of Dr. W. B. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor. Ben Taylor recently returned from France where he served in the Aviation Corps. Dr. S. P. Parks, J. M. Herndon, Sam Carrigan, Leon Lewis, Mesdames S. P. Parks, J. M. Herndon, Misses Edith Lewis, Viola Lewis and Eva Carrigan attended the funeral of 'Mr.' James Lewis a't Brandenburg, Sunday afternoon. . HARNED C. D. Payne and son of Arksansas, visited friends here last week. Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Pile were in Louisville, Tuesday. TOBACCO "WHEN I go ftshin' I want wV Ljx, I Cdf f XL' 2. Lx IflUl UlltZf s.L UIU lSCSU(,b( ..J The Cumberland Presbyterian Missionary Society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. James McCoy. Milton Basham and cousin, Miss May Mingus of Louisville, spent the week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Henry d. BLACK Is black with white points, foaled April 30, 1016' This-Jac- k is from the Mammouth and Silver Crown families. He has a 33 in. ear 81 in. length 02 in. high, 69 in. girth, 08 in. flank, 19 in. arm, 15 in. knee, 3 m. 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. "Bite" in tobacco comes either from poor leaf or wrong "ripening." Burley. Basham. Mr. Arthur Smith and Miss Lula Gray were united in marriage at Hardinsburg, Wednesday by Rev. C. F. Black. Mr. and Mrs. Bowmcr Smith of Lodiburg, spent the week-en- d here the guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Eli Pile. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Roe of 111., Mat-too- We use lot VELVET only the finest Kentucky But we don't stop there. 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. every year, in wooden hogsheads, for Nature to patiently ripen and. mellow. We put millions of pounds of this tobacco away There are quicker ways, but they leave some teeth in. The VELVET way makes the friendlier kind of tobacco. You can always go to it for comfort without a "come-back." arc visiting .relatives here. Mr. Sam Carden and daughter, Miss Alma of Irvington were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Payne and family a few days of last week. Rev Duggins of Hardinsburg, preached at Ephesus, Thursday night. Byron Withers and family . of Owensboro, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weatherford, Saturday night. The Young People's Society met Saturday afternoon with Miss Evelyn Bruington. The program was especially interesting and was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Tilford Harper of Owensboro is visiting her mother, Mrs. C. Eskridge. t Mrs. James McCoy and daughter, Nora spent Friday and Saturday in Louisville. Rev. Oldham went to Askins, Saturday to fill his regular appointment. As I have had more calls for service from this Jack than he can take care ef I have decided to invest in Artificial Breeding appliances which are endorsed by the Graham Scientific Breeding School in order to accammodate my friends as well as increase my business. I am going to stand him at $10 to insure a living colt (instead of $15. which has been advertised here-be-fore) Get chummy with VELVET today. This Jack will make the season of 1919 at my stable on the Hiram Simmons home-stea- d at Tobinsport, Ind., and will serve mares on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at noon. Capsules will not be used unless necessary otherwise natural service. WALTER HAWKINS . Tobinsport, Ind. GARFIELD Roll a VELVET Mrs. Alva Basham went to Louisville, Thursday to see her husband who has arived from overseas. Mrs. Tucker, and children and Mrs. Sherda Basham and daughter, Mil dred of Harned were guests of their brother, Taylor Gray and family, Cigarette nataro-agm- VELVET'S J tmldMit and emoothni mafce it cut right 'fat The New Edison 'The Phonograph with a Soul" There is no comparison between Mr. Edison's latest invention and the mere talking machine. The New Edison is in a class by itself. Hear for yourself and then judge. cigarette. E Mrs. W. H. Keer and children are Bramlette, A. T. Askins, Misses Nelle Adkins and Nell Bramlette, Messrs vi!t?ntr rplati'vps in T.eitclifield. j " Mr. Huddleston of Owensboro, who A. T. Drane, H. P. Conniff and M. C. was here several days on business, re Green were in Lduisville last week. Henry Herndon, who has been visturned home Saturday. Louisville, iting relatives here left last Friday Miss Beulah Walls of has accepted a position with Moor for Henderson to take charge of HARDINSBURG i Hotel Kingdon. man and Walls. I Mrs. L. B. Moremen and son, Alin Brandenburg, Gus Brown was Miss Katie Eskridge has returned Thursday on business. bert W. Moremen returned from from Whertlmrg, Term., to spend the Mrs. Tom Allen and daughter re- Florida, Saturday after spending sev summer vacation with her mother, turned home Friday after a visit to eral months at their winter home Mrs. Addie Eskridge. near sarasota uay. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. II. M. Beard has returned Miss Viola, Lewis and Leon Lewis from Louisville, after a visit with with Mr. 'and Mrs. Byron Withers and of Louisville, spent the week-en- d Mrs. Koscoe. Severs and Mr. Severs. children of Owensboro were the Misses Edith Lewis and Eva Carri- -' Mr. Joe Lex spent last week in gucsts'of Mrs. Withers' mother, Mrs. gan. Louisville the guest of his parents, Mary Chambliss the week-en, Fred Sadenwater is spending sevMr. and Mrs: E. A. Ldx. Miss Katie' Mills left Thursday for eral days at Martinsville, Ind. Miss Anna Vaughn is visitint rel- Axtel to visit' Miss Philomenia Speaks E. E. Hardaway of Louisville, was atives and friends in Ilawcsvillc and before returning to Louisville. in town Thursday. Lcwisport. Miss Mabel Wroe spent the week J. B. Carman returned from LouisJ. H. Gardner, who spent several ville, Friday. 'end with Miss Angie Gibson. days in Louisville, last week has reMiss Rose Lou Ditto has returned Isaac McCoy of New York City turned. from Louisville after a visit with rel- has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. Mrs. T. J. Hook left Sunday for atives. Mary Bell. Louisville, to visit her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morrison and Mrs. Dennie Shecran and daughter, Milton Board and Dr.'M. Board re; Miss Margaret and sisiters, Mrs. Lou sons of Louisville, spent Saturday turning Tuesday. Mattingly and Miss Vic Pate attend- with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Batt. Miss Kathleen Squires of Clover-por- t, ed the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Judge S. B. Payne arid Mrs. Payne has returned home after, a visit Harrison Thurman of Cloverport, Fri- of Hardinsburg spent Sunday with to her sister, Mrs. Rout. Hendrick day. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Drane. and Mr. Hendrick. Mrs. W. J. Piggott was tendered a Mr. and Mrs. Robinson of LouisMiss Anna Lay of New York, 'who ville were the guests of his sister, very plesant surprise Friday evening was the guest of friends here last Mrs. M. D. Beard and Mr. Beard, 'Rev. R. L. Slcamaker and Mrs. Slea- week has returned home. Saturday and Sunday. maker accompanied, the members of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowell and W. S. Ball, P. M. Basham and J. R. the Young People's Missionary to the Mrs. D. D. Do well were Jin Louisville, Meador were in Henderson several home of Mrs. Piggott presenting her I Wednesday and Thursday. with a beautiful bunch of flowers and days last week on business. Mr. Howard Pate and Miss Bculah Miss Mattie Mattingly and Mr. obtained her permission to hold the Payne of Bewleyvillc were here Wilbur Ballman married at St. Rom-aul- regular weekly meeting of the society. Thursday. The subject being the Centenary church, Monday 8 A. M: Moorman Ditto has received his movement. After the program was discharge from the army and is at finished they enjoyed a unmber of When you lave backache the liver or home. arc sure to be out of gear. Try San: beautiful selections on the victrola. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mercer have ol, it dors wonders for the liver, kidneys and They served ices and cake. returned after several days stay in bladder. A trial 50c bottle will convince you. D. W. Henry and Miss Mary Henry Louisville. spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. IRVINGTON Mrs. L. Walker and sons, John and Ed Thomas in Louisville. guests of Donald were the week-cu- d Mrs. L. D. Bishoff and Miss Geoher parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Beeler Sam Hcrudon, Dallas Texas spent rgia Bishoff- spent Friday in' Louisof Kirk. Tuesday and Thursday with his par- ville, Mr. Crawford Beauchamp of Web- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Herndon. D. W. Henry went to West Point, ster, was the guest of his son, Win. Mrs. J. T. Johnson and Miss Fran- Saturday to sell some lots for Dr. J. L. Beauchamp and Mrs. Beauchamp, ces Johnson, Louisville spent Easter W. Prewitt. Saturday and Sunday. with Mr and Mrs. N. Gardner, Miss Essie Kendall of Webster, VisMrs. Fred Ferry of Louisville, has Misses Elpise and Anna Frances ited Mr. and Mrs. George Board last returned home after a visit to her Crews spent the week-en- d with Mrs. week. father, Gen. D. R. Murray, who Is J. W. Sandbach at Garfield. Miss Louise Bryant the fifteen year seriously ill. Mesdames A. T, Drane, J. K. old daughter of Steve Bryant of Kos- - NOTES FROM THE COUNTY Thursday. Mr. J. J. Paul of New Albany, Ind., was here one day last week. . Mr. and Mrs. H. H. (Hcnninger have moved into their new home Mrs. Mary E. Hayes and son, Henry Hayes of "West View were ia town, Sunday afternoon, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Tucker. Miss Lydia Macy was in Louisville, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Bandy and daughter, Nancy Thomas were in town, Sunday. Misses Mary Ann and Martha'Har-ne- d are visiting relatives in Custer . this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stearman and daughter, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Stcerman of near Custer. Curb Trent of Irvington, was the guest o'f his sister, Mrs. Andrew WEDDING'S DRUG STORE CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Kin-chclo- c. Friends, Schemers, Fun and Extravagance Will Get It Unless You Put It Into the d. Squires the week-en- d. BANK Friends are few. Those friends who borrow your money are in the same, class with the schemer who tries to get you to invest it in wild-centerprises. The to spend your money while you have it in Your Pocket is very great. Your Money is your "best friend." When it is in our bank it is Safe. No one wants his bank balance to grow smaller. Make Our bank Your bank fair-weath- er at MOOK an excellant sermon at Wilson's school Rev house; Sunday. C. B. Henninger made a business trip to Hardinsburg, Saturday. , Misses Bessie and Maud Smith spent the week-en- d at the bedside of Mrs. Jim Spencer, who is very low. Word has been received hereof the safe arrival overseas of Newton Williams. Lula Smith spent the week with her grandparents, Rev and Mrs. A. A'. Smiley of Kmgswood and attended commencement. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Webster and children visited relatives at Axtel, Saturday and Sunday. Robert Henninger and Owen Frank spent Thursday night with' Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Henninger. Mrs. A. A. Smiley visited relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith were in town Friday shopping. J. 'H. Arms purchased a horse from Ivan Spencer, last week. G. P. Smith arid daughters, Misses Lula and1 Lillian Rea were in town Friday shopping. Mrs. Joe Arms who has been on the sick list is convalescent "Success to the Newsv" H. T. Basham delivered tem-tati- on SERVICE 'Our Aim Is To Please" SAFETY FIRST STATE BANK W. J. Piggott, President J. M. Herndon, Vice President J, C. Payne, Cashier J. D. Lyddan, Asst. Cashier J I IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY. ds kll-nej- ri For Quick Service Call On - - The Hardinsburg Auto Co. Old Brick Corner 1 Hardinsburg, Kentucky 1 TRY A WANT AD today There Is Something In Tht Want Column Of IhteMt To Yon v. i .. '.jf .11 APRIL JO, lilt. , THE BBfcCkENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY WEBSTER PAGE 1 NEW EXCHANGE TELEPHONE RATES EFFECTIVE WAY 1, 1919 A now schedule- of telephone oxchango rates became effective in Clovorport, Ky., May 1, by direction of tho Operating Board of the United States Telegraph and Telephone Administration, acting under tho order of tho Postmaster General of tho United States, - Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McGaveck spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kendall. Miss Ossie Payne of Louisville, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Payne, Saturday and Sunday. Misses Ava and Sarah Cashman, Miss Gcnevive Wright spent Sunday with Miss Laura Claycomb. Mr. Tom Compton returned to his home last week. He has been visiting friends and relatives in Kansas. Miss Mayme Ban man of Louisville, As you know, all of tho lines and property of this company arc in tho possession, control and are boing operated by tho United States Government under tho direction of tho Postmaster General of tho United States. Tho new rates are necessary in order that additional revenue may bo secured by tho government to meet tho increased operating expenses. Tho causes which raako greater telephone revenue neccssafy arc duo to tho now conditions and tho new price levels introduced by tho war and are entirely beyond tho control of tho United States Telegraph and Telephone Administration or of the Telophono Company. More than two years ago tho Company foresaw that tho telephone system would bo operated 'nt a loss unless the rates could be adjusted to meet the increasing costs of all elements entering into the production of service. A' similar rate adjustment would have been unavoinable under private control and tho new rate schedule is practically the same we would have sought in 1918 if the government had not taken possession of our property. , As stated by the Postmaster General, the owners of the telephone system do not benefit in any way from rate changes. Practically all of the increased operating expenses which require this additional revenue are due to increased wages paid to employes to enable them to meet the now condition of life in tho present day. ' spent Saturday and Sunday'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. June Bauman. Miss Roxic Dunn of Hardinsburg, spent Friday night with Miss Lee Nell and Evelyn Bramlctt attended the show at Webster, Friday night. Mrs. Emma Pool spent one day last week in Garfield. Do you get up at night? Sanot Is surely the best of all kidney or bladder troubles. Sanol gives relief in 24 houxs from all back ache and bladder troubles. Sanol is a guar anteed remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle at the drug store. , I 1 I 1 1 1 1 Rhodes. Misses I 1 1 1 I BEWLEYVILLE Mrs. Horace McCoy and son, Win. Stith McCoy have returned to their home at Union Star after a few days visit with her parents, Col and Mrs. Z. T. Stith. E. E. Hardaway of Louisville, spent Thursday night with his father, Mr. T. P. Hardaway who is very feeble. Several from here were in Irvington Thursday to see the war tank and hear speeches on the coming Victory Loan. Mr. and Mrs. Chas H. Drury and Mr. and Mrs. Chas Wathen Drury left Tuesday for their new home in Alabama. The men went with the stock on the train and the women with Lewis B. Moremen motored I I inr.nl n Savinns Rank & Trust Cnmnanv a sv m j mw mmw mmi mm mw mm m mum mwmm m m mm mw m mw mw m m m mw mmm m It is neither practicable nor desirable to reduce wages, and so far as wages are concerned we believe that portion of the increased operating expenses to be permanent. The new rate schedule is fair and reasonable and the percentage of increased revenue which it will produce is much lower than the increased cost of other services and commod-itie- s of a similar character. . through. Bro. Kenzy of Louisville, is to fill the Baptist pulpit here Saturday and Sunday. R. M. Stith spent the week-en- d with his parents. Mr; and Mrs. Z. T. 1 1 Capital $500,000.00 The Convenient Corner 1 Surplus $100,000.00 Fourth and Market Streets I 1 I 1 00 Per Cent. Gain in Deposits Within Past Year Stith. Z. T. Stith spent Wednesday in Louisyille on business. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Compton, David and Miss Mattie Hardaway, Mrs. Geo. R. Compton and Mildred Kinchcloe Compton Were visitors in i Condensed Statement at Close of Business April 10, 1919. LIABILITIES RESOURCES Loans and discounts $1,308,199 928,037 U. S. and other honds Lincoln Bank bldg. and fixtures 325,031 G38 Real estate Cash and due from banks 586.849 73 72 29 32 51 Complotfl detailed information about the new rates may bo obtained at the manager's office. We are making every effort Capital stock Surplus Undivided profits Building depreciation act Other liabilities Deposits $ f 500,000 100,000 10,088 0,000 218 2,532,449 00 00 21 00 83 53 to change our records promptly, and your courteous consider-ation will be appreciated. , CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY licttporilid MONEY IN OIL STOCK One good Investment Is worth more than the savings of a lifetime. We have holdings In Nelson Count? and options In Lee, Cumberland nnd Morgan. Oklahoma has made her mllllonsi This Is Kentucky's Day. Pamphlet containing particulars furnished upon request. Brandenburg, Sunday afternoon. Edgar Hardaway has been appointed superintendent of the M. E. church to fill the vacancy made by Chas H. Drury moving to Alabama. David Hardaway has returned home after a visit to his brother, Paul Hardaway at Brandenburg. Mr. Tom Chappell bought a new Ford, Monday. Mrs. Boyd Keith received a 'telegram Monday from her husband stating he had arrived safely from overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Stith, Mrs. Elma Morton, Mr. and Mrs. Geo R. Compton and Misses Laura Mell Stith and Mildred Kincheloe Compton were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Chas D. Hardaway. Miss Wilda' Triplet, who is attend ing Comercial school in New Albany, is spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Triplet. Geo. R. Compton has returned home after a ten days visit in Kansas. Mrs. T. Byron Bandy and daughter, Annie Lee Bandy, Fordsville, came Saturday to visit lier mother, Mrs. Alice Dooley. Mrs. W. W. Keith spent severa'l days with Mrs. Boyd Keith near $3,149,350 57 $3,149,350 57 Our earnest efforts to render,tbe bestpossible attention, accommodation and service 'o our customers has made possible this large ' growth in deposits. Comparative Statement of Deposits. i IB 1 1 1 January January January 1, 1917 1, 1918. 1, 1919 . . . $ . . . . . 876,567 39 1,333,805 84 1,835,949 28 INCREASE 3jr Months April 100 per cent IB 10, 1919 Last Year . $2,532,449 53 39 INCREASE I per cent in The Rolling Fork Oil & Gas Co. (Incorporated) 84 Kenyan Bldfl. LOUISVILLE, KY. I I I I 1 Conveniently located, prepared and anxious to give you and your account the best of personal attention. We invite your patronage, offering i i 1 Complete Service -I- I N GLEN DEAN Rev. Ray of Constantine will fill Corners. his appointment at the Baptist church Rev. Wilson filled his appointment ing. He tfill also lecture Saturday here Saturday. evening. Master Phil Dempster is visiting B. S. Clarkson spent Saturday here. his grandmother, Mrs. Bettie DempsThere was a road meeting held ter. here Saturday in the interest of a road Several from here have recently from Garfield to join the pike .here heard from William A. Howard in which connects with the Dixie High France. He is well. way. Ensign Henry Chambliss visited Mr. and Mrs. Jude Miller after a here recently. He is stationed at visit with her mother, Mrs. Sue MillWashington, D. C. er returned to Iowa,. Thursday. Saturday afternoon and Sunday morn- GARFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Eris LeGrand were guests of relatives in Irvington the week-end. Savings Accounts Commercial Banking Safety Vault Boxes 1 Trust Department We Want Your Business! 1 OFFICERS V. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Henninger were in Louisville, last week. Miss M. Louise Moorman visited her aunt, Mrs. E. C. Harned the week J. Bulleit, President. Paul Compton, Secretary. J. F. Eisenbeis, Asst. Secretary. R. S. Rapier, Asst. Treasurer. The Woman's Misionary society mec(s with Mrs. R. W. Jones, Monday,' May S. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Culler have returned to their home near Bards-tow- n after spending a few days here the guests of her people. Misionary contributions amounted to about $250.00 at the Baptist church last Sunday and the Sunday before, GET RESULTS. Moorman and Fielding Clarkson Is what everyone says about Wed- spent the week-en- d with their brothding's Cold Tablets for colds and er, Charlie Clarkson 'and Mrs. ClarkWedding's son of Sonora. 23c per box. Grippe. Drug Store, CToverport, Ky. ular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday. He was called for the coming year. Tom McGuffin of Louisville visited his sister, Mrs. Jim Gray last week. Mrs. Raymond Stansberry enterDally Thouaht. tained a number of friends to dinner BIG SPRING I will be us harsh i s truth and at i Snnilav. j uncompromising as Justice William Alvah Basham who has been with 'Rev. Iven Allen .and Mrs. Allen Lloyd Garrison. the A, E. F. in France is now in the went to Elizabethtown, Tuesday. States and is expected home, at any QUICK RELIEF ShuHarrison Bewley and Strother From all coughs by using our time. from overseas. mate are home Mrs. Wilbur Pile and Mrs Eli Julius Hodges, Camp Zachary Tay-,lo- y Mentholated Cough Syrup. 23c per (Pile of Harned were in town, Friday week-en- d his moth- bottle. . Wedding's Drug Store, with spent the shopping. Ky, er, Mrs. Barbara Hodges. , 1 Clov-erport, end. Mrs. Jim Mitchem and daughters, Misses Lida and Karen of Custer, Mrs. Barbara Hodges spent last week vith her brother, Billy Dowell, were here Thursday enroute to their home after visiting relatives in LouisStiths alley. days ville. J. H. Meador spent several Mrs. Joe McCoy of New York City, last week with his daughter, Mrs. T. visited Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Bandy of C. Williams of West Point. Henry Richardson lift last week for ntar Irvington last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Tucker of HarIowa, to secure a job. Mr. and Mrs. George Prather spent ned were guests Sunday of Mr. and Easter with her sister and attended Mrs. G. E. Tucker. Rev Harvey English filled his regservices at Grand, View. Bernheim, P. L. Athorton, P. J. Bohne,'Treasurer. B- Vice-President. Vice-Preside- DIRECTORS P. L. ATHERTON, Capitalist, Dairy and Stock Farming. BERNARD BERNHEIM, Capitalist. V. W. HUME LOGAN, President Dow Wire and Iron Works. FRANK MILLER, Capitalist. GEO. G. MONTZ, President Magio Keller Soap' Co., and Chas. Stoeckor Tanning Co. THOS. S. TULEY, Sec. and Treas. Louisville- Cotton Mills. WOOD CRADY, Gen. Manager Federal Chemical Co. CHAS. BENSINGElt, President Bensingor Outfitting Co. C. R. ALEY, Treasurer American Creosoting Company. - I I I I I I I I I I J. BULLEIT, President. C. E. CLAG.GETT, Capitalist. W. PRATT DALE, Attorney. J. C. HERO, Manufacturer and Dealer of Shoes T. J. HUMPHREYS, Dugan, Humphreys & Co., General Insurance. PA0K4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NKW. CLOVMPORT, KENTUCKY rmtr mmmw mm mm The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAQE, Editor and Publisher SCHOOL NEWS EIGHT PAGES 1876 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY Dy J. AND VIEWS Raleigh Meador, Superintendent. Subscription price $18.0 jrtr BOc Cor 4 monihij per line ami 8c lor each additional iniertion. Card the rate of 10c per line. Ohituarlea charged for advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS subscription rates 1919 school diploma will'be held at Hard insburg and Cloverport, on Friday and Saturday, May 0 and1 10. White teachers examination a Hardinsburg on Friday and Saturday, May 10, and 17, Colored teachers examination at "Be for fl month. Uutincu Local 10c of Thank, over 5 linn, charged for at at the rate of Be per line, moner in it not correct, p!eae notify u. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIUERS When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDOE a friend who It not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy It. NEWS hand It to WEDNESDAY APRIL 30, 1919 Breckinridge county's quota for the Victory Loan i $200,400. The response our people gave to the 3rd., and 4th., loans was glorious. Our patriotism was not found wanting then. And we have the happy thought that the Victory Loan is going to be met in the very same way. But this time we feel that we are going to be moved by something more lasting than mere excitement of war and it will be the love of those fine sons of ours who so courageously gave their lives for the glory of mankind. Remembering them, we cannot fail. The proposal of having a federal highway along the Ohio River has given those who live in the counties bordering the Ohio, a fuller appreciation of the beauty of their surrounding if nothing more. But we want more we want a highway that will traverse these counties and give other folks the pleasure of seeing a river that compares so favorably with the Hudson or the Rhine. Judge Black was at Hardinsburg last Saturday in the interest' of his race for the Democrat nomination for Governor. Judge Black has a host of friends in Breckinridge who believe he is the man to make the race. He is a fine pleasant gentleman and is making friends wherever he boes. "Prosperity always travels on good roads." Wc are preparing the way now for prosperity in Breckinridge County. THE FARMERS COLUMN 'our By JOS. W. HARTH, County Agent Any Assistance Rendere'd Drop a Card Questions Answered live-stoc- Hardinsburg, on Friday and Saturday, The following will be of interest May 23, and 24. I shall appreciate it very much if to ever yteacher who expects to teach jn a public school in Breckinridge each teacher who expects to take the county next year. By a public school examination in Agriculture will send is meant any school which receives me a Postal Card and state if you any part of the public school fund will take the May or June examinaI want to know 'how many tion. from the State'. ' Agriculture. teachers to arrange for and also how The examination in Agriculture will many to count upon for next year. I have received from Mr. Logan be the last subject on Saturday of the May and June examinations, both Hickerson, who is now with the A. E. white and colored, and any teacher F. in France a set of "Souvenir de who now holds a certificate of any( France" to be given to the boy or grade issued by the State or County'( girl making the highest averages on authorities authorized to issue such the May examination for Common certificates will oc required to laxc School Diploma. The prizes will conthe examination in Agriculture only. sist of a Frst Prize made of French Where an applicant takes the exam end German shells to go to the boy ination in Agriculture only, the grade or girl making the highest general will be recorded in the County Super- average on the examination, and a intendent's office and upon the face Second Prize pen staff and pen to go to the boy or girl making of the certificate which the applicant hold's, but the grade in Agriculture the second highest general average. will not change the "class" of the Competitors for these prizes must have been regitlarry enrolled in the certificate. The questions on Agriculture in the eight grade in some school in county during the past school May and June examinations will be based upon Bulletins No. 54 and 50 year. The prizes are now on display in issued by the College of Agriculture of the University of Kentucky at Lex- the window of ICvtcheloe's Pharmacy ington. I have previously sent these in Hardinsburtr. bulletins to each teacher. Others desiring them may secure them from Palm Brushes. Supt V. O. Gilbert at Krankfort. The same Chinese pnlms which proThe holder of a State Normal Cer- vide the ordlnury pnlmlenf fans are tificate is not qualified to teach in, the now being cultivated for fiber ns well public schools in Breckinridge county as for leaves. The outer portion of stems is removed, the fiber after July 1, 1919, without first passing the lenf different lengths, and the cut Into an examination on the subject of product is reauy to oe snippea to me Agriculture. United States for use In brush The examination for common I ( con-faincr If you want your business attended to efficiently and in such a way that , Your Interests will be Considered First Entrust it to us. We. guarantee satisfaction and we would like to demonstrate the efficiency of our seri Breck-imid- ge vice. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. STRONG ACCOMMODATING ' j Hardinsburg, Kentucky. k farming, due to There will also be considerable buyProfitable high prices of grain and hay, has be- ing and selling and other necessary transactions, which will come largely a matter of utilizing business necessitate his getting away from the roughage to its fullest extent. Farmtime to time. But for the ers who have or are planning to build farm from in keeping the work mov will be in a position to meet best success silos ing rapidly he should be at home and this situation and produce milk, beef except when The "on the job" at all times and mutton most ecomically. important business makes it imperasilo has many advantages the principal tive for him to be away. It is especone being that silage is the cheapest ially important that he should be "on and most profitable form in which a job" at the beginning and quitting succulent feed for winter use may be , the time so as to see that the men get provided. Owing to the nature and morning and feeding value, of silage, cheap and started promptly in the at noon and that the teams, tools, and practically unusable roughages may in condition for effprofit- equipment are k be used for feeding icient and uninterrupted work. ably. The silo also greatly enables 2. It usually helps to hold the the farmer to increase the carrying interest of the hired men for the boss capacity of his farm. Approximatediscuss the farm work and plans ly three times as many animals can to with him. It pleases him to feel that be kept on one acre of silage than some value is placed on his opinion one acre of any other commonly and judgement and nearly always grown crop. Corn and sorghum are causes him to try to accomplish more the best crop for the silo. They and better work. make the largest yields, are easily 3. In order to get the best farm harvested, are rich in food nutrients hands it is necessaYy to employ them and owing to the large amount of by the year. This makes it necesary water they contain, pack well, which to organize the farm to" provide prois necessary in making a good qualifitable work in winter as well as in ty of silage. If it has been decided A herd of beef cattle or summer. to fill a silo during the coming year ' dairy cows helps to solve the labor it is important that provision should problem in winter by providing work be made for one of these crops. haul, in feeding, milking and manure o ing. In like manner the tobacco crop Large number of soldiers who are in stripping being discharged daily at Camp Tay- helps by providing work marketing the crop and burning on farms. The and lor are asking for work tobacco beds. War Department has asked the Dep4. Married men in a majority of artment of Agriculture to locate satisfactory and dethrough the County Agent and others cases make more pendable farm hands than single men. all available farm opportunities either The problem of insuring satisfactory as laborers, managers, share or cash help would be solved on many farme renters, for the benefit of these men by building neat, comfortable and inwho are being discharged and who expensive dwellings in which to house wish to locate on farms. These farm laborers and their families. Plans diers are experienced farm workers and specifications for such houses can and will in most cases make excellent by writing to Any farmer of this be had without expense farm hands. the College of Agriculture. county who would like to take this matter up and secure a man can do LODIBURG so by getting in touch with the County Agent. D. E. Deacon was in Louisville last o week buying goods. Getting The Best Results " Marvin Payne and sister, Miss Eva With Hired Labor. Prepared by W. D. Nicholas, Farm Payne were the guests of Everret Keys and sister, Kate Keys last SatHelp Specialist. If the hired man is to do satisfac- urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carlt Black and childtory work he must not only know how to work but he must take an ren of Addison were the guests of interest Tn his work, both in doing it Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adkisson last well and doing it rapidly, so as to Sunday. A. M. Hardin was in Louisville last accomplish a full amount of work in a day. Here are some ways to stimu- week buying goods. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Payne and late and keep up his best interest and children of Mystic visited Mr. and initiative. Give him good tools to work with Mrs. Carlt Payne last Sunday. Quite a number from here were in and see that his tools are kept in first class working order. Give him Irvington last week to see the War intelligent and interesting supervision Tank. Miss Ada Pearl Payne was the Usually the surest way to keep up guest of her cousin, Mrs. his interest and efficiency is for the week-en- d farmer to work with him and direct Ida May Philpot of Raymond. D. E. Deacon has bought the Ater him as he works. Remember Benjamin Franklin's saying, "He who by property at Lodiburg. Dr. Hendrick of Webster has had the plow would thrive, himself must 137 cases of the flu and lost two, either hold or drive." This does not mean that the farm They run into pneumonia. owner should make a regular hand Jonas Basham and daughter, Miss all the time. That would not be Valeria Basham visited Mr. and Mrs. possible or profitable, particularity on Roll Miller of Raymond last Sunday. Charlie Norton of Louisville, was good sized and large farms. He must necessarily devote considerable time at home last week visiting his wife. Mr. and Mrs, Hewitt Gibson visitto looking after the stock and other matters on different parts of the farm, ed Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ater of last Saturday and Sunday. to "keeping up the corners, "keeping Miss Annie Lee Hardin of St. equipment in good repair at all times, and to doing odds and ends that are Louis will be at home in August to necessary to keep the work as a whole spend two weeks vacation with her moving rapidly and systemically. parents, Mr. and Mrs. B, F. Hardin. live-stoc- Springtime Calls for New Buggies New Harness and New Wagons THE UNIVERSAL CAR Ford cars are important servants everywhere. They help the family enjoy life, bring the pleasures and advantages of the" town within reach of the farmer and give practical service every day in Country and town. They require a minimum of attention; any one can run the Ford and care for it, but it is better to have repairs and replacements taken care of by those who are familiar with the work and have the tools the genuine materials, and skilled men to do the work promptly. We pledge Ford owners the reliable Ford service with real Ford parts and standard Ford prices. We carrjr rubber tired buggies, substantial in make, and comfortable to ride in. New buggies call for fcew harness, and we have that too. Harness that fits'your horse. Replace your old worn out wagon with a new one. n. We have the kind of wagons that give service and stais-factio- New Mattings,' Cook Stoves and Corn I Planters - ' will enjoy having a new matting for The house-wif- e her guest room or bed room ; and a new cook stove Would possibly please her more than anything. T. County Agent J. HOOK Hardinsburg, Ky. E. A. HARDESTY GENERAL HARDWARE- - Stephensport, Ky. Rubber Roofing The request. Kind That Lasts Every has Two Evils IOSS water. caused by fire, and loss caused CLSamples and Prices furnished upon G,We can furnish, you what you want. us a few lines and prices and samples will come to you by return mail. Cjust write Putting out the fire often causes more damage than the fire. There are so many ways cf lcc'r.j through fire, that Fire Prevention becomes the big part of insurance. Thd Hartford Company realized this. They study Fire Prevention as an economic science, maintaining a staff of experienced Fire Engineers to pass on such problems. Every Hartford policy holder gets the benefit of their experience,, inspection and recommendations, without cost. We offer you that service, as Hartford Afjents. CWe can make quick shipment. PLANING PAUL COMPTON Iry-ingt- FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON, Manager MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. & peneral Insurance BRO. Hardinsburg, Ky. 90 Years of Continual Successful ' Insurance Business M, ltlt I THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS," CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE I rived in Brandenburg, Saturday evenReport of the condition of The CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ing to visit Mrs. Nicholas' sister, Mrs. NOTE Please notlfr 'the editor ttnt.i you WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, i910 Henry Woodson. Breckinridge-Ban- k desire advertisements discontinued. Mrs. R. B, Pierce leaves Wednesstored at the Fott Office at Cloverport, Ky FOR SALE at second clan matter. day for a visit in Louisville, to her son, Mr. Wallace Pierce and Mrs. FOR SAI.K Household furniture. One white miS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Pierce, and in GV:n Dean to visit her Iron hedstead. Several pairs outside shutters " Doing business at the town of Could tie used for enclosing a summer kitchBY THE ADVERTISING other son, Mr. Allen Pierce and Mrs. en. For further information call Cloverport, County of Breckinridge, nreckenridge News Office, Cloverport, at The Kr. Pierce. State of Kentucky at the close of bus- FOR SALE Kmden geese for sale now. Mrs. A. B. Skillman is in Krrs for sale now, Mrs. Taylor Heard. GENERAL OFFICES iness on loth day of April 1910. llariliniljurR, Ky. and Mrs. Skillman. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Mr. Frank Jolly of Hardinsburg, FOIt SAI.K Remington Typewriter No. 0. RESOURCES BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES In very good condition and will sell cheap .was here last Wednesday the. guest of .$230,803.02 for cash. Apply at The Brcckenridge News lliis sister, Mrs. Frank P. Payne and Loa,ns and Discounts office. Overdrafts, secured and unRATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCE-- Mr. Payne. MBNTS. 895.70 FOR SALE Kgga for hatching 10 cents secured each layed liy pure bred White Leghorn Mrs. A. J. Harper and son, of Rav- Stocks, Bonds and other For Precinct and City Officer . 2.60 chickens. Stock guranteed pure and all right. For further information on write, .$ B.00 enna, Ky., returned Monday after rot bounty unices. 107,093.75 Securities For State and District Opcea. .110.00 S. K. Vessels, Rhodelia, Ky. per line. .10 visiting Mrs. Harper's parents, Mr. Due from Banks tor Lain, - 50,099.00 .10 and Mrs. W. L. Waldrip and her broFor Cardi, per line. FOR SALE Fishel White Rock Egg. Cash on hand 18,840.75 For all Publication! in the Interest of $2.00 per setting. Also large fine cockerils Roby Waldrip who has recent- Checks $3.(10 and S.'iOO each. Satisfaction guar, individuali or txpreiiton ot individther, at and other cash .10 ual vlewi, per line antecd. Mrs. Frank Mattingly. The Casly ,returncd from overseas and re179.00 items tle, Cloverport, Ky. ceived his discharge. Banking House, Furniture United States Railroad Administration FOR SALE Two milch cows, fresh strippers 0,500.00 Director General of Railroads and Fixtures One a Jersey and other l'olled Durham.-r-O- . A. mown, Hardinsburg, Route 1, Ky. on Train Schedule AND Double $431,220.24 FOR SALE One 18 Total Cylinder 3 years The Brcckenridge News of Cloverport Victory m Lout's-Skillm- MCTORYi LIBERTY, LOAN ., fa "They Thought We Couldn't Fight" FARM STOCK horse-powe- r The L, H. & St. L R. R. 1018 LIABILITIES Effective December 8th, EAST BOUND No. 142 leaves Cloverport. Arrives Irvington Arrives Louisville No. 144 leaves Cloverport Arrives Irvington Arrives Louiivllle No. .140 leaves Cloverport Arrives Irvington. Arrives Louisvill- eNo. 148 leaves Henderson-Arriv-es Owensboro Arrives Shops. WEST BOUND No. 141 leaves Cloverport Arrives Owensboro- Arrives Henderson-Arrives Everett Lowin, of McQuady, hns 14 owes with 23 lambs all doing nicely, fat and plump and promise to bo the finest bunch ho ever raised. These lambs arc, Shrop-shireHis herd is headed by a buck he. bought from V. R. Moorman & Son. s. Capital cash Stock paid in, in 30,000.00 0,000.00 exposits -- 9 - 0:14 A. M. 10:15 A. M. 12:2Q P. M. S:01 P. M. 1.0:00 P. M. 7:55 P. M. 0:15 A. M. 0:07 A. M. -- 7:50 A. M. 4:00 P. M. -- 5:00 P. M. 0:20 P. M. M. M. Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less penses and taxes subject to check Frick Traction Engine, old. One 2Nx40 Nicholas and Shepeard Separator. Wind stacker, bagger weigher. and One Ho. 2 American saw mill, all belts, tank, pump and hose. All this machinery in first class condition. Price $2,G00. liradley llrothers, Guston, Ky. paid-De- 0,339.04 $221,053.72 Time Deposits 103,701.00 150.01 Certified Checks T. J. Hook received last week eight new Ford cars. All sold. Cashiers checks outstanding Reserve for taxes. FOR SALE One red foiled Durham bull calf, 4 months obi. Price $.10. One aged g.V. milk pir Uy. stripper cow s ing 1 Price $43 Two sows with six pigs rach. Price each $45. Ilrown Leghorn eggs 5c each. Jas. M. Crenshaw, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE Ruff Orphlngton eggs. 15 by Parcel Post for $l.GO. Col H. J. Gorsuch, Irvington, Ky. 2 It took money to send them over, takes money to bring them back, takes money to provide for the sick and wounded and to provide opportunities in life. Help your Government pay its debts. Help Put Cloverport Over The Top In the field of France are many graves of our men who will not come back. They gave their lives for our country. Subscribe to the Victory Liberty Loan through our Cloverport girls 109.87 385,081.20 800.00 $431,220.24 FOR SALE Pure bred White Wyandotte eggs $.1.00 per hundred or $1.00 per setting, and day old chicks 10c each. Elihu Meador, Kingswood, Ky. FOR SALE PIANO will sell cheap if tak-eat once. J. D. Shaw, 1(130 South Third Louisville, Ky. n Evansvllle-Ariv- es St. Louis No. 143 leaves Cloverpor- tArrives Hawesvllle Arives Owensboro No. 140 leaves Cloverport. Arrives Owensboro Arives Henderson Arrives Evansville. Arrives St. Louis No. 147 leaves Shops- Arrives Owensboro., Arrives Henderson- -. 10:40 A. 12:01 P. -- 12:58 P. 1:25 P. 8:10 P. 0:40 P. .7:05 P. 8:07 P. 11:25 P. -- 12:32 A. 1:23 A. 1:50 A. .7:59 A. 0:45 A. -8- M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. Total shipped last week to Ohio six State of Kentucky thoroughbred game cocks for Set. County of Breckinridge which ho received $50. Jess Walls, of Hardinsburg, WANTED WANTED To take subscriptions for all Micajah Arms has sold his farm of 201 acres, near Hardinsburg, and all his farm implements to W. T. Macy for $5,500. M. A. M. -- 9:15 A. M. :05 Interesting Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith of Steph-enspowere in this city, Tuesday. rt, Mrs. 'Shelby Conrad entertains the Wednesday Club this week. Mr. Harry Newsom spent Saturday in Louisville. Mrs. James Burke and children of Owensboro are guests of Mrs. Burke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis. Mr. Wallace Pierce of Louisville, guest of his parwas the week-enents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Pierce. Miss Hettte Atwell was in Brandenburg, Sunday to spend the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, B. Atd well. Mr. Chas Hamby of Mount Carmel, 111., spent several days of last week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas Hamman. Mrs. Frank Mattingly will be hostess to the Ladies Reading Club on Thursday afternoon at her home "The Castle." Mr. and Mrs. Leon McGavock and son, John McGavock spent Sunday in Skillman, with Mrs. McGavock's mother, Mrs. Addie Ireland. Mr. J. Raleigh Meador, County Superintendent of Schools was in Cloverport, Tuesday visiting the Public School. Rev. A. N. Couch left Monday for Louisville where he will go to Nor- The largest sale of cattle ever made in this county was pulled off lust Saturday by W. 11. Moorman & Son at Glen Dean. This sale was for 26 head of thoroughbred short horn cows and 4 calves. The D. Robert price was $5,000. day. Davis, of Sylvia, N. C, was the purchaser. Mr. Davis came in on SEALED BIDS. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS the noon train and was met by The County Board of Education Mr. Walter Moorman in his will meet in the office of the County They motored out to Superintendent at Hardinsburg on Planters Hall Farm accompanied Monday, May 19, 1919 for the purby Mr. John Jarboe, of this city. pose of receiving bids for the erection of school houses. They were gene about 2 hours, ,One house to. be built at Hardins, G, took dinner and a look at the cat- Div. 2, Subdiscrict three miles from Cloverport.' tle and the sale was consummated. One house to be built at Hazel Dell Mr. Jarboe purchased a young Div. 2, Subdistrict 3, three miles from short horn bull for $150 to head Sample. Plans and specifications are now his herd down at Skillman. on file in the office of the County LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS! Mr. Davis is a wealthy stock Superintendent of Schools at Harddealer and farmer of his section. insburg, or will be mailed upon request. Sen our line of Spring and He bought this bunch of short All bids must be sealed and accomon farms of his panied by a certified check for $100 horns to place Summer Hats for Men' Laneighbors. His section, ho said, to guarantee performance of contract, dies and Children was well adapted to the raising of and must be filed in this office not cattle and bogs; that he believed later than l:o0 o'clock P. M. on Monday", May 19, 1919. in starting with srood herds so he Right reserved to reject any or all camo to Kentucky and Brecken-ridg- bids.' YllzC Good quality county to get his foundation Raleigh Meador, cotton. It won't J. stock. Ho says the farmers of Supt. Breckinridge county Schools. last long- at this price. his section are just beginning to car enroute to Irvington and were appreciate the value of good stock accompained home by her fatfier, Mr. 25c One lot of good grade ginghams for dresses and and are turning their attention to Flake Ater. aprons. raising it. S. J. Brashear and daughters, Misses 'Lena and Caroline and grandson, 95c Men's chambray work Ludwell B. Adkisson and Mr. Paris FRYMIRE shirts, all sizes. Barr and daughter, Miss Mollie werei vicinity are the afternoon guests, of Miss Ida The farmers of this 12c Men's socks, all sizes, busy breaking grpund and planting Wheeler, Sunday. mu-chin- e. magazines. Also renewal for all magazines. We Edward Bowne and Paul. Lewis Clubbing rates given. Mail orders received. Call or write Miss M. D. Babbage, President and Cashier of the above Cloverport, Ky. Bank, do solemnly swear that named WANTED AGENTS To sell the world's the above statement is true to the Greatest War History, 3 sizes. Sell for 25c. 50c and 75c. Write us 'today. United best of our knowledge and belief. Sales Agency, DOS Hathaway, Owensboro, Edward Bowne, President. Ky. Paul Lewis, Cashier. WANTED To buy one hundred bean poles. Subscribed and sworn to before me Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. this 10th day of April 1919. Dr. R. I. Stephenson of HardinsRay Lewis Heyser, Notary Public. My commission expires Jan. 21, 1922. burg was in town Sunday. Mrs. Mollie Adkisson of Lodiburg, John A. Barry, was the guest Saturday of Mrs. Sam R. L. Oelze, Dix. S. P. Conrad, P. V. Irvin was in Cloverport, MonDirectors. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. 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 Oils, Pumps, Electrical Suppliec etc. You will appreciate having our Complete stock to select from and our experience to guide you. Golden Rule Specials MARION WEATHERHOLT GENERAL CONTRACTOR Cloverport, Kentucky. e un-blea- ch New Silk and Georgette DressesJust In dresses in silk and greogette, made by the latest fashions and in the season's best colors. These dresses have been shipped and are due to arrive this week. We cannot hold any back so it is ridviseable to buy early in order to get the best selectionsA very new line of attractive ton's Memorial Infirmary for an operation. He was accompanied by Mrs. Couch. ' Miss Ray Lewis Heyser went to Louisville, Saturday afternoon to remain until Wedncsady the guest of .'Miss Cleona Weatherholt. yille, visiting her son, Mr. James R. r Mrs. James Cain and daughter, Dorothy Cain returned Sunday to their home in Louisville after spendit ing several days with Mrs. Cain's i parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. B.crry Sr. Mrs,. O. T. Odenwalt was in Louisville, several days pf last week the guest of her sister, Mrss; Lucile Odenwalt while Mri Odenwalt was in Lexington. . Dr. Nicholas and Mrs. Nicholas and their daughter, of Oklahoma City, ar- - corrt. ' vic-intt- EGGS FOR HATCHING Eggs for hatching from the great winter laying strain. Barred Plymouth Rocks. J. W. y Strain. . Parks' Good hatches and safe arrival guaranteed.' New Stock each year direct from Parks. Bred-to-La- MRS. H. J. HAMMAN CLOVERPORT, KY. R. A. Smith was in Louisville, last week. A. Stiles of Louisville, visited his Several from here attended the sister, Mrs. Mary Morgan last week. service at Raymond .Easter Sunday. R. Bruner and son, Owen C' Brun-e- r Miss Virginia Dowell of Union were dinner guests of S. J. Brash-ca- r Star, was the guest last week of her and family, Sunday. brother, O. W. Dowell and Mrs. H. L. Bruner of Louisville, spent with friends and relathe week-en- d Jamison O. Hawkins was the weektives. end guest of his sister, Mrs. H, J. Owen C. Bruner of Hardinsburg, Rice and Mr. Rice in Louisville. spent Saturday night with his father, Mrs. Ida Nottingham of Lodiburg, R. Bruner. was the guest of Mrs. W. J. Schopp, Mrs Scott Cart of Shiloh and Mr. Wednesday. and Mrs. Abe Haynes and baby, Elizabeth ' Ellen of Union Star spent J. C. Morgan was in Hardinsburg, Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. Wednesday. Mesdames C. A. Tinius and O. W. , R. Cart. Roy Pollock who has been in Dowell and Mis Heneritta Shivery Uncle Sam's service for some time, were in Cloverport, Thursday shop-ping- T has received an honorable discharge Mrs. Floyd Gibson and son, Newand visited Mr. and Mrs. Houston Pollock, Saturday night. ton of Wise, Va., 'are guests of Mrs. Mr. C. O. Graham and family have Gibson's niece, Mrs. A. L. Lewis. Mrs. H. S. English received a card moved to their ,new home near Wel-do- n and, Mr. Morton Wheeler has announcing the arrival in New York moved'into the house vacated by Mr, of her brother, J B, Crawford from overseas. Graham. I Perry Kemp of Tell City, was In We are glad to report Mr. Gabe Nevitt better at this writing, his town Tuesday. Hubert Ramsey, who has been over daughter, Eula who has been in school at Betheletn for the past six months seas, arived home Sunday morning. Capt.'D. B. Claypool of Louisville, was called home last week. guest of Dr. O. E. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ashcraft was the week-en- d passed through here Sunday in their Ferguson and Mrs. Ferguson. y. Do-well. The frost and freeze Thursday and Friday night did considerably damage to trie fruit and gardens in this STEPHENSPORT colors, tan, blue and white Good quality work gloves. - 15c canvas Pattern Hats for Mid-Summ- er 40c A large assortment of fine 32 inch Amoskeag Dress Ginghams. These are good styles and good valuas. Grocery Department 69c Well made house broom, No Woman's wardrobe is complete without a midsummer hat to wear with thin dresses. Our select and new patterns for dress hats will come in this week too. Mrs. Ethel O. Hills good quality weight. and light CLOVERPORT KY. 8c Grandpa's tar soap, 2 bars for 15c. 15c For can of Pork and Beans, regular 20c value. 95c For 1 gal. can of Silver Hill white syrup. Try a can and you will always use it. To Buy Or Not To Buy ll That is the Question. Then after you are fully convinced that I you need to buy something, the noxt question is, where- must I I ouy Hi men some one Buys, ouy wnere you can gee gooa f quulity stuff for the sumo amount of money, or loss, than tho 1 sume amount for which you can cot it somewhere oUo. Then, 1 besides this, you wunt to buy where you will receive honesty, I prompt attention, courteous trcutmcnt and a cordial wolcomo. f You will receive all these- from us Wo sell in retail and whole- - I sale quantities Flour, Meal, Outs, llorso and Mulo Feed, Dairy 1 Feed and Hay. Your patronage solicited and appreciated. I - Bring us your produce we pay highest prices- - GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVERPORT, KY. I Hardinsburg Feed Company, j 9KI, Vat You Tried Tuxedo in the New " NOTICE Special Road Tax Election May 20, 1919. FMlKWi DOUGHBOYS Kticsts ( Mr. and of Toblnsport, "Mm. Jrfyroti Moorman, MrLtWl Mrs. Alf Hawkins Moorman and Mr. Dudley Ind., Saturday and TEA-FOIL- PACKAGE? W It is the raoit popular innovation or many years in inwKing iubacco packages. Smokers are delighted with its many advantage. Handier fits the pocket. No digging the tobacco out with the fingers. Keeps the pure fragrance of Tuxedo to the last pipeful. Not quite i much tobacco To The Voters of Breckinridge W County: I am directed by the Breckinridge Fiscal Court', to give due notice of the calling and holding of a Special Road 8ECRETARY OF INTERIOR WOULD MAKE LAND AVAILABLE FOR Tax Election on Tuesday, May 20, 1010. 1 Sunday. Mr. S. C Frank has purchased a farm near Evansville, Ind, News has been received here of the arrival of a fine boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James N. Brickey of SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS PERMANENT DENTIST RETURNING SOLDIER. The question to be submitted is, whether or not the voters of Breckinridge County, are in favor of a Special Twenty Cent Tax Levy, on each $100 worth of property, subject to' local taxation, in Breckinridge County each year for a period of lo years, for the purpose of constructing and improving the roads of the county. It is ordered and directed by the said Fiscal Court, that all of the funds raised by this Supposed special tax, shall be apportioned among the Six Megisterial Districts of the county according to the amount, raised in each of the said Districts. Polls will be opened as usual at each voting place, in ecah precinct, from G:00 A. M. to 4:00 P. M. Given under my hand as Sheriff of Breckinridge County this April 10, Lake, Ind. Mrs. Beulah Powers and son, of Dayton, O., were called to the bedside of h'er father, Mr. O. ,W. Rice who Is very low. Following were the dinner guests bf Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pate, Mr. and Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky Specializing In Trial Practice INCREASE Canadians FOOD SUPPLY and Anzacs Are Sending Their Returned Fighting Men to Farms. L. D. HALL General Blacksmith and Wagon Maker. Repair Work a Specialty. MURRAY HAYES LAWYEJl 1006-7-- 8 Inter-Southe- Building LOUISVILLE More Than 20 Years Experience 11 .WUf . w "Your Nose Finest Burley Tobacco Mellow-age- d till perfect a dash of Chocolate Stephensporf, Ky. counAll of the tries that have taken part In the war are making arrangements to send as many returning soldiers back to the land as care to go. Cnnada has her plans well under way as have New DENTIST Zealand, Australia, and the British Isles. In this country we are Just Located permanently in Hardinsburg. getting well started on the proposiOccupying office recently vacated by tion. By means of Investigations made by Dr. Walker. . the government. It Is found that we have millions of acres of lands, Idle lands, lands suitable for homestead-ing- , Bring us all of your acres that ought to be adding to 1919. the world's food supply and giving homes to a race of Independent AmerJ. B. Carman, Sheriff, Breckinridge County, K.y ican farmers. The spirit of the whole nation Is backing the proposal of Secretary of We pay the highest cash NOTICE the Interior Lane to open all the availPrices able lands of the nation, the public R. Breckinridge Fiscal Court, Proposes lands of the country to the soldier. to Refund All Outstanding Railroad He has recalled to congress the great Branch House part the mustered out soldiers of the District Bonds, Which Mature Cloverport, Ky., for Civil War played in making the great July English-speaking Dr. J. C. OVERBY SOUTHERN RAILWAY We offer the 6$ senotes of cured the above, at 99 U and ar ( Produce Kentucky Creameries Owned interest. J. Sanders, Mgr. and Operated by & Company Inc. Heiming Chambers & Co. Members New York Stock Exchange. 404 W. Main 1, 1919. West. The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Gcrette The Breckinridge Fiscal Court, by order duly" entered on April 9, 1919, directs that $25,000, of the Railroad District Bonds, which were issued by the Hardinsburg Magisterial District and that portion of the Sixth Magisterial District, which lies north and west of the North Fork of Rough creek, from its mouth to the mouth of the Calimese creek, from its mouth to the line between the Fifth and Sixth Magisterial District, be refunded, paid off and retired on July 1, 1919 in as much as all of said bonds will . Cuaronteedby mature on that date and for the purpose of refunding said bonds, said court proposes to issue bonds to the amount to $25,000, in denominations QUICK RELIEF. Report of the condition of The of $500 eaclu Bearing interest at the From all coughs by using our rate of 5 per cent per annum, payable Cough Syrup. 25c per bottle. on the first days of Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, doing business in the town of Irving-to- n January and July, of each year, to County of Breckinridge, State of run for a period of not Jess than one Kentucky at the close of business on year and not more than ten years, with twenty coupons attached, "one Of Cattle and Hog Breeders 10th day of April, 1919. for each accrued interest RESOURCES Said bonds to be sold at not less than Chicken Raisers, Live Stock Loans and Discounts $147,130.82 par, and the proceeds to be used only Overdrafts, secured' and and Tobacco Dealers of for the purpose of retiring said outunsecured 3.0C7.5S standing bonds Breckinridge ..County with any accrued inStocks, Bonds and other terest thereon, and the County Judge Securities 67,400.00 and County Attorney were appointed Due from Banks 40,157.10 as a committee to "have printed said Hall Stock Farm Cash on hand 8,289.03 coupon bonds, and this Court will Glen Dean, Ky. Banking House, Furniture MATTINGLY convene to take such further action Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China 2,751.00 and Fixtures and the making of further orders as Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampmay be necessary. Mrs. John Lawson and two child shire Sheep. $274,79G.15 Total Given under my hand as Clerk of ren of Cloverport who have been visit Have won 1000 Ribbons at State' Fairs in LIABILITIES the Breckinridge County Court, this ing her sister, Mrs. Mary A. Beavin Past Five Years Capital Stock paid in, in April 10, 1919. returned to their home Tuesday. ,$ 15,000.00 cash A. T. Beard, Mrs. Ida Ball and son, Duard and 5,000.00 Clerk Breckinrdige County Court. Miss Maud Hambleton were the Valley Home Farm Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less exW. J. OWEN & SONS, Propietors penses and taxes paid 541.07 Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Deposits subPoland China Hogs a Specialty ject to check.$149,302.83 Time Deposits Polled Durham Cattle 104,801.05 after-the-waMen-trolated FIRST STATE BANK semi-annual- ly DIRECTORY semi-annu- al Planters But to take this land, 15,000,000 available acres of it, and turn it over to the soldiers will require a govern mental appropriation. The money will be needed to reclassify and open to entry the lands that are lying Idle, It Is the land of the government and can be made over to the returning sol dler on splendid terms If the country will back up the proposal. What bet ter use could be made of a part of the Victory Liberty Loan than this? And to what better use could It bo placed to work for the future of the 'nation? The money In the hands of the gov ernment will make this and other r projects of the govern ment possible. These lands will give homes td thousands of soldiers home from the war. It is the solution of such problems as this that causes the government to need money and to set about raising it through the Victory Liberty Loan and War Savings and Thrift Stamps. Every dollar's woth of securities bought will bring the day when before' r conditions return, Just that much closer. The notes of the Victory Liberty Loan (shurt term bonds) will enable the nation to express Its gratitude to the soldiers who come back; they will fortify our national prosper-- . uy, increase our snop and agricultural resources and at the same time they will be a good business proposition to the man who buys them. the-wa- Armour St Louisville, Ky. f WANTED r No. I Walnut Logs 18 inches and up and 23 inches and up. 8 feet and up, long. Quote prices and name quantities to C.C. Mengel & Bro. Co. Incorporated Louisville, Ky. , We Want You To Read This Do you know that we keep a full line of feed for your stock right here at your door. Why waste time and money going to other places to buy when you can get it at home. Stock What We Keep Corn, Hay, Oats, Bran, Dairy Feed, Cotton Seed Meal, Chicken Feed and a Full Line of Groceries. Prices Right and Prompt Service. -- $254,254.4S Bring Us Your Produce! We pay you Louisville prices. If .you have never favored us with your patronage all we uek is one trial. Ask any of our customers concerning us. They will all say: The highest prices, fairest dealings and courteous treatment ORCHARD HOME FARM G. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor Breeder of Total. State of Kentucky 4274,790.15 Set. WILBUR 1PILJE Harned, Ky. Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 2. County of Breckinridge We, W. J. Piggott and J. C. Payne, President and Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that THE HOWARD FARMS the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. W. J. Piggott, President. Shorthorn Cattle, Duroc Hogs and J. C. Payne, Cashier. Hampshire Sheep Subscribed and sworn to before me AMERICAN BUTTER & CHEESE COMPANY D. D. DAVIS, Buyer, Hardinsburg, Ky. Glen Dean, :- -: :- -: Ky. Ml makes the joints ache and causes the afflicted person much misery. For quick relief use Rheumatism this 18th day of April, 1919. My 1920. IN BEARD BROS Hardinsburg, Ky. , J. M. Herndon, Notary Public. Comission Expires March 8, THE WRONG PLACE - Dealers in LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO Horse, Sale, Feed and Livery Barn Rigs and Automobilo service for the traveling public. Special service for traveling men. Owner and Proprietor of the Old Livery Barn, Hardinsburg BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT It Is a Powerful, Penetrating Remedy normal conditions. Use it also for healing Cuts, Sores, Wounds, Burns, Scalds, relieving Stiff Neck, Lame Back or Sore Muscles. ' It rarely fails to give good results. JAS. r. BALLARD, Proprietor, ST. LOUIS, NO. relief is sufferer. It eases Siejoints and prompt and very gratifying to the that soon restores conveys a strengthening influence C. V. High-Cla- ss Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealer in Robertson Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. It will pay you to visit my Stables For tale by all DruggliU PARK PLACE G. N. Lyddan WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN. 3 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS FARMER AND FEEDER Irvington, Ky. BRECKINRIDGE-BAN- K OF CLOVERPORT WEBSTER STOCK FARM II. H. NORTON, Owner SECURrTY--SERVIC- E EDWARD BOWNE, President CONTENTMENT PAUL LEWIS, Casals Webster, "Will Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in ing?" you tell your sister I'm wait All Kinds of Live Stock. "I did, and she said to tell you tbo :- -t :- -: Kentucky. line formed In de front hall." APRIL 90, llit THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY page r RUNNING SORES OF LONG STANDING CURED BY Spring and Summer Merchandise Ready SHOES An excellent lino of Spring and Summer Shoes for Men, Women nnd Children. High Shoes, Low Cuts in Tan, Russets and Vici. Prices from NUMBER 40 James Robinson, 821 Rowley St., Evansvillc, Ind., makes the following statement: ''I suffered for live years with running sores from blood poison of long standing. I doctored witli the best physicians and tried a number of advertised remedies but received no permanent benefit. My R. Tadlock, advised me to try 'Number 40 For The Blood.' After using the first bottle I was benefitted and was completely cured with five bottles and at this time, twelve months later, I have experienced no signs of the disease returning." Persons suffering with blood poison in any form should not delay but get "Number 40" at once. Sold at Wedding's Drug Store. brother-in-law, DRESS GOODS Pretty dress Ginghams, Per- cales, Calicoes. A beautiful Calicoes to sell from line of 1 2k to 1 5c 25c to $7.50 Ladies' Silk Waists priced from $2.75 to $3 I WHERE THE MONEY WENT Caps and Straw Hats For Men! Bring us your produce. Wo handled. $2,000 worth of Pro- duce in 20 days this month. We pay tho J price and get the goods. V PUT a f '"III I"" .1 !' ndtint, 7o0BV rmd haw I. tit and unconverted, the Third Loan and the Fourth Loan, the principal of which does not exceed $30,000 in the Aggregate, owned by an individual, corporation, partnership or association, will bo exempt from surtaxes, ex- cess profits and war profits taxes now or hereafter Imposed by the United States, upon the Income or profits." This exemption is in addition to any others heretofore conferred and Is independent of any subscriptions to the Victory Loan and Immediately dve. This act also provides for the secretary to extend the privilege of converting 4 per cent bonds of the Second Loan Into 4 V4 per cent bonds, the higher interest rate to be effective interest payfrom .tfie ment date next succeeding tho date of presentation for conversion. semi-annu- spent throngl zones. The money t'.ie American Jewish Itellef Committee, of Nev York City, of which Alpipe in your face that's filled cheerily brimful of .Prince fred" Lehman, noted financier, Is treasurer. Distribution Is made through if you're on the trail of smoke peace I For, P. A. will Department at Washington nud your sing you a song of tobacco joy that will make you-wisby United States consuls and Aniei. life job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you lean agent of the committee in Europe. could get away with every twenty-fou-r hours! America Is called upon to rn Ne, You can "carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. 000,000 this year for relief work to prevent the starving of millions of You'll be after laying down smoke barrage that'll make the Kentucky Is asked Jewif-people. boys think of the old front line in France! to raise In the great P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality I And, Jewish relief drive, April 7 to ll, the sum of $i)S,(K)0 ns the . contribulet it slip into your think-tan-k that P. A. is made by our exclution of the commonwealth to this sive patented process that cuts out bite and parch assurance great cause. seven days out of that you can hit This Is the first time the Jewish people of the United States have askevery week without any comeback but real smoke joy I ed others than Jews to contribute to this fund. In 1017, $10,000 was raised, Winston-SaleN. R. J. Company, practlce'iy by Jews, Julius Itosenwald, 3f Chicago, himself giving a million dollars. In 1918, nearly 510,000,000 was MORE CHOLERA SERUM USED laboratory methods and upon animals raised, and now with the signing of they nre the approach of TAX NO Greater Value of Hogs Is Responsible to determine whether orgnnlsms free the armistice anil asked to give and pence, America Is from contnmlnatlng for More General Use of.Thls will accomplish 'the object for which Effective Remedy. they are Intended. The distribution of funds from ON Federal Inspectors, ns well ns em- March 81, 1!)1S, to March 1, 1010, ac(Prepared by the United States Departreiiort of the Amerployees of establishments, are required cording to n ment of Agriculture.) More serum was manu- to keep satisfactory records relative ican Jewish Itellef Committee, was factured Inst yenr.thanin any previous to the Inspection and manufacture of as follows. Poland and Lithuania, $7,.r!!,000 ; year, despite a decrease In the amount all, product's. In th year 101 7 Russia, .$2,0:50,SaO ; Palestine, $2,110,-00cubic centimeters of of hog cholera. The lncreased-demanOnllcla, $1,(58.1,700; Turkey and serum were collecfed In liserum Is ascribed to for censed establishments. Of this amount Svrla, $1,171,307; Itoumanla, $l."i,!KH) ; SECRETARY GLASS EXPLAINS EX-- . the greater value of hogs, with the 1,SC7,100, cubic Greece, $03,521, Servla, $25,000; centimeters were consequent greater loss when one dies, PROVISIONS FOR EMPTION $lS;.r00; for refugees in France, stroyed as unfit for use. be-- 1 and to the fact that hog raisers are SECURITIES UP TO $30,000. Persia, Egypt, Tunis, Alirlers, Morocco, coming more appreciative of the value Spain, Denmark, Switzerland and Jaof using serum manufactured under pan, $195,204; In Internment camps ADDITIONAL ATTRACTION federal supervision. MNt SO 6SN W V .O0VS. for Jewish prisoners of war, $15,500. Department of agriculture officials VJL TEVJL "TYV VNOR.LO'. "(OW GOffo JUST THE THING. Indiswarn hog raisers against-th- e KNOW HON f SPEU. M COMPOSE Bug Salesman There Is a beauConcession Covering All Issues Effect- criminate use of medicines or proprieN Gf "HER FPwCtS TGEfHER. N tary preparations other than serums, UOOK'N NOT VIRrfE ive' Now and Extends for tiful rus Just the things for a den I ANNTHIN& "OAKT'u. hAKVE : POLKS J as experience has shown that nothing Five Years. C SORE N Nfc GOVT PUT A U'U except serum, properly prepared and i'PAN PEP IrVTfV CONVMOM ( administered, Is effective. Medicines TVUNfrS.VVT ANT GOT ANN PEP An important matter to be consid- other than serums, .according to deVHEN'U- NUV.KE INTERIN 'EM, SO ered In the buying of Liberty ponds, partment officials, are worse than useenvM" REAom'-'- N then apTer who less, because they not only fall to cure And one that will appeal to those SOU'VE RON prevent disease, but allow the loss pay Income tax to the Government, is or AFTER NEWS 'N NRTTEN COL- SUN6 OP STUFF, FOLKS'LLTHRONN that for the next five years following of the animals they are advertised to the termination of the war there will save, thus taking money from the The paper oonn 'n a an, there ANT NOTHXN IN TH PAPfiRl'V be no Income taxes to pay on the In- farmer and meat from the ' nation's To Loan On terest received on bonds, according to supply. Antitoxins, serums, and other biologsection ? (a) of the Victory Liberty Breckinridge County Loan Act, as explained by Secretary ical products for the treatment of domestic animals must be prepared In esof the Treasury Glass. Farms tablishments "It Is perhaps not generally under-'atoo- d Issued by the operated under licenses secretary of agriculture ," Mr. Glass says, "that .under By The Federal Land Bank of may bo marketed legally the terms of that section the interest before they In Interstate trade. Products of liLouisville at received on and after January 1, 1919, censed establishments prepared until the expiration of Ave years after under the supervision of are trained veterthe termination of the war, on an inarians and their assistants of the per cent Interest. amount of bonds of the First Loan deof animal Industry of tho converted, the Second Loan converted bureau Sixty-eightin-Stat- e h d and tlnhuml dort and that clotty, practical pound cryttat humidor flat moltltntr topvlth that tpongt htmpt thm tobacco in euch pcrftct condition. half-poun- handtom pound A strict accounting Is kept of the distribution of, every peiiny subscribed for thi relief of Jewish sufferers from the war In the Eastern European R. W. JONES, Glen Dean, Ky. a U. S. RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION h Director General of Railroads n LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILROAD smoke-record-high-sp- Reynolds Tobacco m, C Plant Enough Seed Corn The advice about "Plant one kernel for the blackbird, one for the crow, one for the cutworm, and two to grow" is just as appropriate now as ever. It is never advisable to plant weak seed, and it is the height of folly to attempt to atone for the weakness of the seed by planting a superabundance, as, irrespective of other conditions, weak seed will produce only plants. For good harvests it is essential to plant vigorous seed of acclimated and varieties. Experts of the United States Department of Agriculture recommend planting the best quality seed a little thicker than tho stand desired in order to provide against unfavorable conditions.- If these unfavorable conditions do not arise, it is easier to remove a tew stalks from the growing crop than it is to replapt, which always produces unprofitable plants. sufficient seed to secure a good stand," oay the Federal "Plant specialists, "as it is more practicable and profitable to thin a thick stand of corn than to replant a patchy, spotted field." With good seed and good soil conditions, about four kernels should be planted for every three stalks desired. low-yieldiwell-know- INCOME 0. INTEREST FA! hog-chole- LIBERTY HOLDINGS 0; d hog-chole- Hul-gari- o, n - , late-maturin- g, -- - Million Dollars Karges Wagons These wagons made of the best materials, have a high in every particular-Firs- t grade finish and are Class Disc Cultivators. Best that's made. Price right. Headquarters for Best Fertilizers, Gem Fertilizer for tobacco. Rescue and Richumus for corn or tobacco-Onand two Horse Corn Planters. up-to-da- te e 54 partment. t veterinarians, Inspectors and clerks, are now engaged in this work and are located In eleven stntes. In nddltlon forty-one to Ask JOHN F. KNUE McQuady, Ky. . TURE LIVES. VICTORY FIVES WILL SAVE FUBUY TO THE LIMIT. Federal regulations require that nil animals used In the preparation or serum and testing of virus, both of which are used In the treatment of hogs In the prevention of hog cholera, bo procured direct from farms and riot transported through stockyards or similar they might be exposed to contagious diseases. As an additional safeguard nil animals must not only be Inspected by bureau veterinarians nt tho time they are presented for ad- -' mission to licensed establishments, but each animal Is carefully Inspected nt the time of Inoculation as well as Immediately before bleeding for the production of either virus or scrum. Veterinary biological products, nfter being properly prepnred. are tested by hog-cholchog-choler- n Drop in and see me places-wher- e DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... PAT DILLON Hardinsburg, Ky. DENTIST flffloa Unurc viiivv nvaiaa 8 p. m. to 12 m. p. m. Always In office during office hours Irvlngton, Ky. HONEY WILL REPLACE SUGAR Shortage Problem Can Be Solved Railing More Beet Little Attention Needed. by NOTICE! KiRtucky Owned and Controlled by Amour ft Co. OLD AGE STARTS FOR SALE! We have 75 mules, from two years old up for sale. You are going to need teams for your cr"op. Buy now. We want them , The sugar shortage has caused much thought to be taken as to how wo may rercotae this difficulty and so far the beet suggestion seems to be the general one of raising more bees and getting more honey. It is said that hone; eaa be used la most recipes where Mtiar Is called for, and It Is claimed Ibat the care of bees la less work than aay othor ohom sewectsd with tin Highest cash prices paid for cream and all kinds of cpuntry produce. Call on us for prices. WITH YOUR KIDNEYS weakened kidneys and digestive organs. This being true, It Is easy to believe that by keeping: the. kidneys and digestive organs cleansed and In proper working- order.old Age can be deferred and life prolonged far beyond that enjoyed by the average person. For over 200 veara GOLD MEDAL, Haarlem Oil lias been relieving thol weaknesses and disability due to, advancing years. It Is a standard old-tihomo remedy and needs no Intro, ductlon. -- CIOLD MBDALi Haarlem Oil Is Inclosed in odorless, tasteless capsules containing about 5 drops eaoh. Take thm as you would a pill, with a smalt - Bclenca says that old age begins with Cnamirlis, Inc. THOMAS SMITH, Mgr. Stephetispert, Ky, swallow of water. The oil stimulates the kidney action and enables the organs to throw oft the poisons which cause premature old age. New life and strength Increase as you continue the treatment. When completely restored continue taking a capsule or two each day. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules will keep you In health and vigor and prevent a return of the disease. Do not wait until old age or disease have settled down for good. Qo to your druggist and get a box of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money refunded If they do not help you. Three alien. But remember to ask for the original Imported QOLD MKDAL brand. In sealed packages. to go. BEARD BROS. PAGE! BVWWinVBiVMHAvVlB Mf5v THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVkRPORT, KENTUCKY VIMIi ff!k A1JUL, lilt IVW it , Xyictory7" 81 UBERTY HARDINrBURG KENTUCKY Don't Start Anything You, Can't Finish You agree with that sentiment we're sure and you also agree with the added idea "Don't leave unfinished anything you start." That's where the nation is today. We had to start something and now we've got to finish it. The fighting is over, but paying the bills isn't. We've got to finish the job. BUY VICTORY BONDS Sale of Sample Waists in Georgette and Crepe de Chine at 2-5 per cent Reduction d Beard's, the Underwear Store Men's Athletic, no sleeve, knee length Union-Suit- s Nearly all colors and sizes are representonly until ed in these waists. Prices-goopresent lot is sold. , . $1.00 and $1.25 Men's Union Suits, short sleeve, 4 length, gauze weight perfect r fitting $1.50 3-- Ladies Athletic Union Suits of superior quality Specials in Jap Silk Waists, all sizes at A Special lot of Crepe sold for ' 1 $2.50 . at Other Royal Mills Suits at 65c to $1.25 $1.35 5 jde Chine Waists, regular $4.00 values to be A GOOD INVESTMENT I.. $5.00 $6.00 $7.50 $8.50 $3.29 ' r' V. v'."'. Waists at Waists at..' Waists at Waists at.... $3.75 Sale of Broken Runs of ,'" ...$4.50 $5.63 $6.38 Men's Shirts This sale of men's soft cuff shirts should be of interest to every man who needs' or is going to need shirts in the next six months. 1 Bungalow Aprons Bungalow Aprons $1.50 and $1.75 values at Hosiery Men's Quality Siljc Hosiery in all popular colors at Lot One at $1.79 Contains values to $3.00 . Lot Two at $1.19 Lot Three at $1.00 , Contains values from $1.50 to $2.00 Contains values from $1.25 to $1.50 Men's Blue Chambray work shirts at $1.00 Reliance Triple Stitched work shirts in blue and khaki at $1.35 $1.29 50c, 75c and $1.00 Quality Ladies' Silk Hosiery in black, white and cordovan Undertogs for the Children j Bungalow Aprons, $2.25 and $2.50 values at The little fellows' Athletic Suits with loops for supporters and buttons for the trousers.. 75c $1.79 Eliza- - 50c to $2.50 bethtown. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell.and Mr. and "Mrs. W. G. Hardaway of children of Stephensport with Mrs. West Point, were Easter guests Sun- Will Dowell and daughter, motored day of his father, T. P. Hardaway. to Flint Island, Sunday, Mrs. E. P. Hardaway and Miss M. Mrs. Essye Wegneast and daughB. Jolly were visitors in Stiths Valley, ters, Ruth and Eva spent Tuesday Wednesday. t with Mrs Elbert Dutchke at Ammons. Mrs. John Bircher and son, John A. B. Cashman and family of Griffin Bircher, Brandenburg are the Stephensport spent last Sunday with guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. J. Crosson and were accompG. A. Foote this week. anied home by Mrs. Crosson who Mesdames Chas McCoy and Geo R. Kincheloe spent the week with them. Compton and Mildred Mrs. M. J. Crosson and Miss Liss Compton spent a most enjoyable Cashman are on the sick list. Tuesday with Mrs. G. A. Foote. The women of the Bible Class .of the M. E. church met PREVENTION IS ALWAYS BEST Monday afternoon with Mrs. Geo. R. Compton and cut and tacked rags to Timely Measures Properly Applied Offer Surest Means of Control Killmake rugs for he Methodist parsoning Often Advisable. age. Those present were: Mesdames. Chas Blanford, R. J. Cain, Z. T. Stith, (Prepared by the United States DepartW. VV. Keith, Ray Keith, Wade ment of Agriculture.) Drury, .Chas McCoy, E. P. Hardaway, Poultry raisers who wait until Chas D. Hardaway, Edgar Hardway, appears in the flock and then R. L. Sleamakcr, Geo. R. Compton, prepare to make a defensive attack Fred Triplet, Philip Cain. Misses are likely to be successful only in rare Mattie Hardaway, M. B. Jolly, Clara cases. By far the best plan Is to Louise Hardaway, Gladys and Mary care for the flock In such a way that Cain, Laura Mell Stith, Mildred Com- disease will not appear. The aim In controlling diseases of poultry Is, pton, Dorothy Cain and Masters El- they add, the learn how to prevent to liott Hardaway and Hurlbut Murray them rather than how to cure. Cain. To enlighten poultry owners as to Richard Carman has a new Ford. the characteristics of the more ImporErnest Compton Stratton and tant diseases In order that they may salesman was in town Thurs- Intelligently use the most Improved methods of combating them Farmers' day. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Smith, Guston Bulletin 057, "Important Poultry Disattended church here Sunday and eases," has recently been published by The causes, sympwere dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. the department. toms, from aspergillosis (brooder pneuKasey. Owen monia) to worms, are given In this Miss BerthaFoote is at home after publication. a lengthy visit, in Brandenburg. As all poultry Is susceptible to many Messrs. W. W. Keith, Z. T. Stith, diseases, some of which aro highly InC. D. Hardaway, Edgar Hardaway, fectious and resist all efforts of treatR. P Carman,, Rep. R. J. Cain, G. O. ment, the bulletin suggests that when Blanford and Geo. R. Compton were birds become sick It Is often the best at the County Seat, Thursday attend- plan to kill them. The greater the ing the good roads meeting. Lets number of birds kept upon any farm boost the good roads and vote for or plot of ground, and the more they are crowded together, the more "impothe road tax. rtant are the measures for excluding, Robt. M. Stith is at home for the eradicating, and preventing the develweek-enopment of the causes of dlseuse. Cards from C. II, Drury state they When disease appears among poulhave all arrived at their new home try the fowls should be removed from near Greensboro, Ala., safely. ' the poultry yard and a good coating of freshly slaked lime should bo applied to the entire surface of tho4 UNION STAR ground, according to the bulletin. After a few days It should be plowed and Our town is on the boom the then cultivated three or four t.lmes at Booster Club Had a cleaning up Sat- intervals of a week and finally sowed urday. with oats, ryo or other grain. It la Mr. and Mrs. Horace McCoy and best to leave the ground unoccupied by son, William Stith McCoy were din- fowls until the winter has pussed. Afner guests Sunday of the former's ter tho fowls have been returned the parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. N. McCoy. premises must be frequently cleaned Mrs.' G. E. Shellman called on Mr, and occasionally disinfected. Tho drinking fountains and feed F. B, Severs and family, Sunday aftertroughs roust be washed overy week , noon. with boiling water or other disinfectS; 'W. Bassett returned Saturday ant, and If any lice or mites are found night from a visit to friends and on.t.Uti..Ulrdj. or la the house the roosts , i I BEWLEYVILLE relatives at West Point and and adjoining parts, of the walls should be painted with a mixture of kerosene, one quart, and crude carbolic acid of crude creosol, one teacupful. The Tne Doughboy's Aversions Cowardice. r Selfishness. 3. Braggadocio. These, 'n the estimation of the American doughboy, are the three cardinal sins of the soldier. And equally they must be shunned by every American citizen, especially on the eve of the Victory Loan. Cowardice: This weakness rarely crops out among American fighters and it is despicable quite as much In civil life as on the field of battle. The coward In the Victory loan campaign is the contemp1 V- - Individual who listens to the propagandists and fails to do his or her duty toward making the Victory Loan the great success It must be If we are to fulfill all our pledges to our fighters, our allies and thi sreat human family. Selfishness: On the firing line this mean trait occasionally manifesto itself In the man who thinks more of his own skin than he does of his comrade's life. In ordinary associations we see more of It. Fortunately, selfishness can do little harm In the Victory Loan campaign. will prompt' even those whose guide and rule of conduct It is In almost everything to realize th- -t their own future prosperity depends upon the success of the Victory Loan the safest and best Investment they can make. The more Government aot s they buy for oash or on time payments, the better off they will be in this world's goods no matter If they Ignore other and 1. 2. n Self-intere- ure up to the devotion of the boys overseas and 'there should be no letdown until the last dollar of Indebtedness has been paid aad the last boy over there cpmes home." WEEKLY PAYMENT PLAN. APPEALS TO THE INDIANS Cato Sells in Discussion of War Savings Draws a Lesson For Everpbody. Cato Sells,a commissioner of Indian affairs, has made an appeal to workers in the Indian service to do everything possible to help make 'a success of the 1919 War Savings campaign. Mr. Sells not only gives a searching analysis of the motives fbr thrift, but sug- I Over-Come- rs gests a plan for- - dls-eus- e Dry, Houses Promote Flock. Well-Ventilat- Lighted and Health In Poultry Ter-steg- ge house may be whitewashed with freshly slaked lime or sprayed with kerosene emulsion. In case of an actual outbreak of a virulent disease It Is well to add to each gallon of the whitewash six ounces of crude carbolic acid. Good disinfectants destroy the germs of contagious diseases, the external parasites, such as lice and mites, and In some cases the eggs of parasitic worms, and should be used frequently In and about the poultry house. I f MCKE, HERE'S MEVJ3 "TO HELP FILL UP.'Vinuii''OUR. UNTERPRXfilMO. WVA.IM ' " UEtA MERCHANT. SPCMT ' . LiM - CTncrT uiecu .... .mu.. .inuuaii. "Nl. StOCVC OP kAPIDLN growing- oooos poa. Hft xra.oe. AW, GEE VJHVZ T oomn ( ! AINT NEVJS mwr ZO" ?L EbJ ? PLAVkl fcD I'M VMUPO I fHASS JEST fw I avTTHAT"FlU.Up" STUPRT mm. , Svjinawl dependent, citizenship. The commissioner urges the workers to bring home to the Indians, particularly tthe young and middle-agethe immediate and lasting benefits of savings made with a' right purpose This practice, he points out, muit have a worthy aim as Its economic virtue and when, he says, "boys and girls are thus properly started their little Income investments commit them concretely to that aim, and by repetition develop the elements of manly and womanly character." Mr. Sells sounds the of the government's great thrift campaign, when he says: "I ask you, therefore, to push the sale of Victory Notes and war stamps vigorously as an educational and economic matter no less than a patriotic one, and to do everything practicable to get Indians, young higher considerations. and old, In the way of earning money Braggadocio: The .typical Hun Is a and saving some part of It, for thrift combination of brag and bluster and Investment, and that you discourage sniveling and cringing. The American cashing such stamps prior to maturity, fighter has taken the "B" out of "brag" except In case of extreme need." so far as the Hun is concerned, and he will not tolerate bragging even among LESSON IN THE STREET his own kind. The civilian should follow the fighter's example Don't brag. Draw a lesson of patriotism from Don't attempt to glorify yourself by soldier you meet' on the street., telling what you have done for the government, no matter how many bonds The soldier was willing to risk his of previous issues you have bought, or life to keep the German hordes out of helped to sell to others; it Is no time the United States. He has successfor bragging. Got busy and make a fully accomplished his Job. Now your Job Is to see that the soldier la paid success of the Victory Liberty Loan. In his description of the doughboy his wages, and that those in Europe, Chaplain Ewert declared he got his who have been asked to stay over name for two reasons. First, because there to help to preserve order, are his secretary Is a baker, and secondly, brought back. Are your dollars going because he Is the flower of the Ameri- to be slackers while the soldiers are can Army,, and like all good dough, he still called upon to endure the hardIs alwuys on hand when needed. In ships of military duty along the his appeal to support tho Victory Rhine? Loan the Chaplain said: BUY A SHARE IN VICTORY. "The man whose heart does not respond In gratitude for what the boys FIFTH LIBERTY LOAN, APRIL did In France, and who forgets or MAY 10. IF YOU FAIL to pay your personal quits In this hour for' gratitude, or fails to do what he can, Is an lngrata business debts you can only be placed and a quitter. We must match In in Jail. If you fall to lend your just service the sacrifice of the men who share to pay the nation's war debts now lie la their graves la France. We you will be called a slacker. You have reason to believe, that all the know what your share Is. states la the Eighth Federal Reserve FOR PERMANENT PEACE AND District will measure up to their standard when the Victory Loan la inaugu- PROSPERITY BUY VICTORY LOAN rated. The Victory, Loan must ens NOTES. 'self-reliakey-not- e my-c- ry movement an instrument for bringing the Indian to his full stature of in- making the thrift announced.- - Federal Reserve District. r Under the weekly payment plan purchasers of the $50 notes must make a cash payment before May 10 and the remainder in $2 weekly payments for 23 weeks. Only the J50 notes will be sold on the payment plan, but there is no limit to tne number of notes that one buyer may take. In tho last campaign there were 736,000 buyers Df the $50 bonds in the Eighth District, Mr. Compton baa .t paign, which opens Monday, according to W. R. Compton, director of the war loans in the Eighth The weekly payment plan In Liberty Loans for pur- chasers of $50 bonds will be con tinued In the Victory Loan camprevious HERE'S A NEW LOAN POEM It la Proving Popular and Inspiring at Liberty Loan Rallies. The following Inspirational poesa to being used to put pep Into 'public meetings these days. It seems to release energy of the audience, the pent-uand bring It all to bear on the subject in band. It has been found effective and It is suggested that it be read or recited at all Victory Loan mass meetp ings: Are wq. true Americans T True blue. Do we love the boys who woaT We do. Have w lost our nailra pep? Not yetl Are we for Loaaff -- ! Yem fcetl at Vto-tr- jr Army Tents We have Just bought, at Government Auctlou, a large number of army tcnta, 10x10, like picture, 3 ft. roll up sides, double door flaps. Will hold eight cots; somo are larger These tents are made of No. canvas, U. 8. Regulation specifications and cost the. Government $U!a.uu eacn. Many of them have never been used. Our price $25.00 as long as they laet, Prompt buyers can have choice of khaki or white. Address quick Hazard Supply Co. 12 W. MAIN ST. LOUISVILLE. KY.