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The Breckenridge news: May 7, 1919 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1919 brc1919050701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: May 7, 1919 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. fl.JW a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. ALL THE NEWS- - THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1919 $150 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 8 6 Months. No. 45 L. XLIII. Pages hli& ST. I SHOWS LARGEPROPTTS Corporate Net Income For J918 Was $161,207. Stockholders Ratify Gov't Rental Corporate net income of the Louis- ville & Henderson Railway Company arned on its 100 mites of trackage tlnring 1018, was $101,307, according to the annual report submitted to day at the annual stockholders' meeting, held at the general offices of the L, & N. at Ninth street and Broadway. The stockholders ratified the contract with the Government by which the' annual rental to be paid 'by the Railroad Administration for the operation of the road is to be Old officers and direc- $33,915.53. tors, including .President Milton H. Smith were ' Gross corporate income for 1018 derived from the was $352,135, "standard return for use of the road, i,,$343,015," miscellaneous rent income wof $4,606, miscellaneous oonoperating - physical property $101 and income deductions from the gross income of i!!$100,028 were made up of rent for Jjom funded securities $3,421. Total leased roads of $4,042, miscellanous It- rents of $0,570; interest on funded ,t debt of $i60,6o0 interest on unfunded debt of $44, corporate expenses of $6,- x - of seventeen flat cars, eleven coal cars, one stock car and one service car. The road owned December 31 thirty steam locomotives, twenty-cigYOU: GIVE WE DOLLAR FOR TWO? passenger cars, 532 freight cars service cars. and eighty-eigThe general balance sheet shows assets and liabilities amounting to Taking Advantage 'of State and National Aid Means More Than The assets include invest$8,762,125. This to Breckinridge County Voters -- Road Tax Election Tuesments in roads and equipment of miscellaneous physical propday, May 20th, 1919, Is of Vital Importance Real Objects of erty of $3,060 and other investments Election Explained Men Without Property Not Even Pay Poll of $105,000. Current assets are listed at a total of $328,198, including a Ta- x- Thousands Paid to State That Breckinridge Should Use. net balance due from the United States Government of $255,805. Deferred assets, due from the Govern- EACH MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT USES ITS OWN ROAD MONEY. ment on material and supplies arc given as $149,523. Unadjusted debits amount to $15,001. The war is over, our country did nobly its part in this include common The liabilities supreme .efforts for justice and humanity- With the era to fol-ostock of $2,000,000 and preferred come more and greater responsibilities to individual, county stock of $2,000,000. The total long term debt is $3,430,000. Current lia- state and nation. The National Represenatives know that the bilities are shown as totaling $153,-19- good roads of France contributed more than has ever been told Unadjusted credits total $283,-50- to her befense, and the winning of the war. They are impressed including accrued depreciation with the necessity of more real roads in America. They know on equipment of $267,034. surplus totals $895,-43- the expense and are agreeing to pay 50 per cent of cost.' The The corporate this including additions to prop- state follows the lead and our county pays only about a third of erty through income and surplus of the cost, and this third is supplemented by contribution of property owners or road. If a national highway is constructed Continued on Page 4 ht ht Innrn unnn nimitirnn luirnrnT The Senior Epworth League Elects New Cabinet For 1919-2- HOME SERVICE 0. DEFT. MUST BE MORE ACTIVE Field Worker of This Department Spoke Here And Urged Women To Carry On Work "Now that the knitting and hand sewing are about over, we are urging the men and women to make greater efforts in developing the Home Service Department of the Red Cross," said Miss Ola Mae Arick, field Department of Civilian Relief, Lake Division of the American Red Cross who spoke to the ex ecutive committee and several members of the Cloverport Red Cross on Friday afternoon at the home of Miss Elizabeth Skillman. Miss Arick's main purpose in coming here was to urge this chapter to help maintain a paid secretary for Breckinridge County, who would develop the Civilian Relief Work which takes in several branches of charity and socialogical work. The members - v, 0. 2, 1, At a business meeting of the Senior Epworth League of the Clover-po- rt Methodist church, held Sunday evening, a new cabinet of officers was elected consisting of Miss Margaret Burn, President; Miss Sclma Sippel, Vice President; Miss Mary McGav-octreasurer; Miss Edith Burn, secretary. The new officers will be installed Sunday evening at the League meeting. After that Miss Burn will appoint the superintendents for the First, Second, Third and Fourth Departments. Miss Tula Babbage was elected delegate to attend the annual conference at Russelville in June and Miss Mary McGavock was made her alternate. The League has already met its mission pledge of $40 for the closing conference year, besides the incidental expenses. Miss McGavock is the retiring president. k, AGED MAN DIES DIES FOLLOWING AN OPERATION 00. Retire $30,000 of Bonds. The milage owned by the L. H. & j St. L. includes 137 miles between; ; Strawberry and Henderson, Ky., and forty-thre- e miles between Irvington .and Fbrdsville, in addition to which miles of yard track there are forty-si- x ' i and sidings. The mileage operated t includes five miles of the L. & N. J) from. Louisville to Strawberry and 4 twelve miles from Henderson to ' EVansville, making the total mileage operated 199 miles. ? The reoort shows that the Railroad Administration, in assuming controlof 'the road, took over for operating 'pur- posts, as of January 1, 1918, assets of i $491,082 in cash; $149,523 in material ,.8nd supplies and $75,446 in agents and yfcf. conductors balances, a total ot 710,- Funeral of Mrs. John Carter Land and those people and things connected with it conHeld From St. Rost Church stitute the basis of our county's wealth and activities. Land itLeaves Six Children. The funeral of Mrs. John Carter was held from the St. Rose church, and maintained at Government expense, stop a minute and realOF TUBERCULOSIS ize what this passing opportunity means to us, and those who come after us. There is in this realization sacred call to action of every responsible citizen who really desires to change our road Mr. Owen W. Rice Makes A system, get results and value received for our taxes, and get ourBrave Fight For Life Even selves on the map as a progressive county. Unto The Very Last. Mattingly, Ky., May 5, (Special) Life took its departure from the frail body of Owen Worth Rice Apr. 25, at his home near Mattingly, Ky. He was born Aug. 30, 1847 making him 71 years, 7 months and 25 days old. He had been in poor health for several years with the dreaded disease tubercolusis tho only taking to his bed about 2 weeks before the end came. He held out bravely to the last saying, "he would get well." His suffering was great at times tho he never complained. Everything that could be done to prolong his life was to no avail. He had spent all his life on the farm and was highly respected by all his friends and neighbors. Fortyeight year ago Mr. Rice professed faith in Christ and united with the Pisgah Baptist church where he remained a member of good standing until the life of old Cave Spring church began, which was several years ago! Then with his wife moved their membership there where it remained until his death. On Nov. 10, 18G9, y. 1 ' , , ' r t ' Ft Saturday morning, with the interment following which took place in the St. Rose burying ground. The burial rites were said by Rev. J. S. Henry. vital to our future. You wonder why you cannot keep your Mrs. Carter died on Friday morning sons on the farm, why labor drifts away, and such queries. The at five o'clock. She had been ill for reason is many of them have seen and used the good roads of the two months from the effects of the influenza. Previous to her death', she states and countries; and the future holds greater troubles for underwent an operation performed those counties that cast their votes on the side of continued mud by Dr. John Kincheloe of Hardins-bur- g and against more progressive and economic action. A great reand Dr. B. H. Parrish of this sponsibility has fastened itself on our people, what will the ancity. She was apparently very much swer be'? better Thursday and much hope was The material question to be considered bv each voter in held for her recovery until later in the day she began sinking rapidly. forming a conclusion may be presented under the following Duriig the year, it is shown $30,000 Mrs. Carter would have been thirty-thre- e UCclUS . equipments bonds were retired, years old the 22nd, of this of 1. Purpose of the Tax. leaving $120,000 now outstanding, this month. Before her marriage she was The purpose of voting the tax of twenty (20) 'cents on having been reduced from $300,000 is Miss Modesta Mattingly, daughter of dollars of taxable property in Mrsi, Frances Mattingly who survives each one hundred ($100.00) sued September 1, 1012. Continued on Page 7 Expenditures for additions and bet with the husband and six children, terments in 1918 by the Railroad Ad the youngest, being a two months old Judge C. W. Wells ministration and charged to the ac baby. The children are: Bernadine, COMES count of the company were ,144,809. Columbia, Mary C, Joseph, Martha Will Speak Here. Total expenditures for equipment and Margaret Alice Carter. GOOD Mrs. Carter's life tho brief was livwere $13,526, of which $13,290 was for Judge C. W. Wells, County Judge steam locomotives. Total expenditures ed worthily. Her devotion to her of Daviess county, will address the 1 home and family will be one of the for road were $131,282, of which people of Cloverport and vicinity on was expended for grading $31,785 sweetest memories she has left to Wife Of James Spencer Is Laid Saturday afternoon May 10th., in the for bridges, culverts and trestles and abide with the breaved ones. To Rest In Fairview Cemeinterest of Good Roads. All are urgimother outlays for a variety of ed to come. Judge Wells is an intertery Near'Roff, Ky. provements. CARD OF THANKS esting speaker and is known over the ' . New Equipment We take this way in expressing our state for the great work he has done Changes in equipment during the heartfelt thanks to our friends and Roff, Ky., May 5, 1919. (Special) in building roads in Daviess county. year included the acquisition of one neighbors during the illness and death Mrs. Mandy Spencer, wife of Mr. switch locomotive, the building of a of our dear husband and father. James Spericer died April 27, 1919. Come Out For Road Tax Mrs. Catherine A. Rice, ditcher car, the conversion of six box Mrs. Spencer was converted in the And Children. cars, into cabooses and the retirement Methodist church at Cave Spring, and Jesse H. Miller and William N. since then she has lived a beautiful, life to the very end of Head, two prominent voters of the true christian hpr eartlilv nilcrrim n rri Thmitrli linnrl. third district visited Hardinsburg, last '' . . .. Monday. They were deeply interest.PI (icappea most 01 ner me Dy a trail ed in the road tax election and. inMrs. Spencer nevertheless had ,body, it. After a thorough bravely, and met the world with a clined to oppose understanding of the proposition, a great soul. She bore her sufferings smiling face. Her deep devotion to they both declared their intention of her family, her loyalty to her church, voting and working for it, and said being There will come a time, sooner or later, when your propand her ardent love for the Master it was a pity the people were being distributed either: were qualities everyone saw and ap- misformed in certain particulars. Let erty must pass to others, other intelligent men seek the truth preciated in her life. (1) As you will it, if there is a legally drawn Not often found is such a resolute and enlighten their neighbors. The will; or will,' strong faith and gentle spirit .in tax should carry easily. ' so fragile tenement of clay. These (2) As the laws of the State 'provide, in case Catches Big Bass were the qualities of soul that kept wili. there is no this noble women going about her Izaak Walton Reid, better known duties both in the home and in the as "Billy," caught a big rock bass we A will must name an executor to carry out its provisions; church, when others as frail as she won't say Sunday but t'other day administrator, to do the same when there the court appoints an would have given up. She was un- that weighed five pounds and four is no will. iversally respected and loved. This is the largest bass ounces. It was not surprising that she "died caught around here this season, and either case, the fees are fixed by law, and it usually In so triumphant life. She was con- this young minrod is telling the old costs less to get the benefit of the expert service of a strong scious to the end, and spoke words timers how the trick is turned. Just institution like this Company which makes & of affection and consut to her dear wait, young man, the one we are go.specialty of matters of trust, than it does to have the usually ones. Just before passing away, the ing to catch will make your's look veil that hides from us the mysteries like a river chub. less. dependable service of an individual executor or adminis"Muffitt" beyond was drawn aside, and the detrator. The reason for this is that the knowledge, experience parting one said, that she saw the and equipment of a 'Trust Company make for greater economy light on the other shore. And it was Seminary Student Fills and efficiency of a'dmtnistration. Rev. Couch's Pulpit. that light never seen on land or sea; yea, it was the light of the glory of Mr. Fischbach of the Baptist Seminvited to consult with us about the beet interests You are God. inary, Louisville filled, the pulpit both ef your heirs.. The bereaved family who will morning and evening at the Baptist mourn their loss is the husband, one church, Sunday in the absence of the daughter, Clara Spencer and three pastor, Rev. A. N, Couch. TRUST DEPARTMENT During his stay, here, Mr. Fischsons, Robert, Walter and Everett Spencer, bach was entertained in the home of Co. Bank of Hardinsburg & The remains were laid to rest in Mr. and Mrs. Chas Lightfoot. Rev. Couch, who underwent a the Fairview cemetery. SAFETY SERVICE STRENGTH A Friend, Miss Lettic Critchloe, minor operation last week, in Louis- j ville, is improving rapidly. Axtel, Ky. j self, and the pleasure and profit of owning and using it, depends on the roads of the community. Democrats and Republicans aliks officially concede that our systems of the past are largely a failure. There should therefore be the keenest interest manifisted by our citizenship in the effort to take a step forward, a step which practically all of the leading counties of our 'state have long since taken. There is no other question so important and present generally agreed that the Cloverport branch should do its part towards paying the secretary's sal ary. Another thing Miss Arick thought best for the three societies in Breckinridge county, Hardinsburg, Irving- ton, and Cloverport, was that they be united into a county chapter. At a meeting in Hardinsburg on Saturday evening, May 17, this plan will be discussed together with that of having a paid secretary. The chairman of the Home Service Department Frank Mattingly with Mrs. n Frank Ferry, Miss Elizabeth and Miss Irene Jarboe were appointed as delegates to attend the meeting in Hardinsburg. Convention In Elizabethtown Miss Arick read the program of a meeting of the Civilian Relief Department to be held in Elizabethtown Ky., May 21, and 22, and where here,-MrsSkill-ma- . twenty-fiv- e counties of the North- eastern part of the State are to be represenated. The Cloverport Chapter will send its secretary, Miss Elizabeth Skillman and treasurer, Miss Irene Jarboe. borhood. END FOR A WOMAN $38,-22- , married to Miss Catherine To this union were born the Wool Growers Attention ! following children: Mrs. O. M. Powers of Cleveland, O., W. B. Rice of The date for delivery of wool to Portland, Ore., S. T. Rice of Louisville, Ky., and Ernest L. ,Rice who the Irvington Wool Pool at Irvington live'd with and cared for the aged Ky., is hereby changed from May 20, 1919 to May 24, 1919. parents. Please take notice Date for deliBesides his widow, he leaves one brother, N. B. Rice one sister, Mrs. very will be Saturday, May 24, 1919. R. J. Cain, Secretary. Allen Newby both of Tar Fork neigh- - All the children were at his bed-sid- e when the end came except W. B. Rice. Funeral and burial was held at Cave Spring church Saturday, April 26, at 3 P. M.. by Rev. F. M. C. Jolly amid a large concourse of sorrowing friends and relatives to pay the last Mr. Rice was sad respects. A. 1 a When the Inevitable Occurs : Dig t lype o: ni ol: a ruianu omnas 1 m The Farmer's Hog. I raised tho pipe that won first in tho Pig Club lust year. I have them good enough to win again this year, if properly fitted, and they are priced worth the money too. These are tho kind of pigs that go out and make good and please their owners. In a few weeks I will bo weaning some of the best pigs that I have evor raised. See them you buy elsewhere. Hero you get the pig you buy; no drawing for choice, no lottery. I Hell hogs and satisfaction. three of the The sows of my herd come-frostates of tho Union. I have best never let money stand between me and the hog bo-fore State-protecte- d g I wanted to improve ray herd. I also have two males large enough for service from a litter of ten, choice individuals, for sale now. The pork barrel is the end of tho kind that fill it. hog. Tht Trust VIC PILE, Harned, Ky. MB THE BRKCKKNRIDOC NtfWI, CLOVWRKCTV KENTUCKY id 0 I r THE SMOOTHEST SMOKING TOBACCO Mrs. J. W French was In Louisville last week the guest of her daughter, Miss Bclva J. French. Amos VVhitworth has returned from a visit with his brother, A. V. Whithwortli at Valley Station. Mr. and Mrs. O, W. Dowell and baby, , Mildred left Monday for Los Angles, Cal., where the will spend two weeks sight seeing and while there will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. . : i 'tlTHEN I smoke, Nature not by Mother-in-law wanf my tobacco cured by Mother Process, mi in Nature's methods no stunts, no "hurry-up.-" . There is nothing harsh VELVET during its two years ageing in wooden hogsheads, brings out all the kindly comfort of fine Kentucky Burley leaf. The quicker, less expensive methods cannot possibly produce the fragrance, coolness and downright pipe qualities of VELVET, cured in Nature's way. Her quiet, patient way with Pike Conn. Master Clifford Dowell anU brother Otis Walton are guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dowell of Union Star during the ab- sccc of their parents. Mr. Fey ton Canary and daughter, Miss Flossie of Cloverport were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Canary at their country home. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Perkins were in Owensboro, Monday. Miss Hencritta Shivcly was the guest Friday and Saturday of Mrs. Lewis Perkins at her country home. Mrs. A. M. Miller of Cloverport guest of her jistcrs, was the week-en- d Mesdames Lay and Paulman. W. T. Cunningham went to Louis ville Saturday on the boat, taking a nice bunch of hogs. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gibson were in Louisville, last week. Mrs. Ida Nottingham of Lodiburg was the guest of Mrs. W. J. Schcpp and Mrs. H. A. Dutschke, Thursday and Friday. Rev. H. J. Blackburn of Louisville delivered two excellent sermons at the Baptist church, Sunday. Mrs. W. B. Gardner was in Louis ville, shopping last week. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Smith received telegram from their son, Edd an- nouncemg his sate arrival in New York. N. G. Barbee was in Hawesville, BLACK JACK W4 msw-- , Is black with white points, foaled April 30, 1916- This Jack is from the Mam mouth and Silver Crown families, lie has a 33 in. car 81 in. length 02 in. high, 09 in. girth, U8J4 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. PEDIGREE Black Jack 23291 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. Thursday. R. A. Gardner who spent the win ter in Summerheld, Fla., returned Saturday to be the guest of N. G. Barbce. As I have had more calls for service from this Jack' than he can take care of I have decided to invest in Arti- - ' ficial Breeding appliances which are endorsed by the Gra" Kenneth Gilbert left Saturday for two weeks visit with' relatives at Tobinsport arid Dodd. Mrs. Effie Dieckman Robbins and Mr. McCreary, of Sample were quite-l- y married Sunday at the home of her sisters, Mesdames Morgan. ham 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-for- e) GARFIELD Miss Marian Cotnpton of Lodiburg 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. Roll a VELVET Cigarette VELVET'S nature-age- d mildness and smoothness make it just right for cigarettes. NOTES FROM THE COUNTY HARDINSBURG Herbert M. Beard spent Monday in Louisville on business. J. .B. Carman spent the week-en- d in Frankfort on business. Heston Driskell of Cloverport was here Friday. lias returned after a short stay in Louisville. James Teaff and son, Bernard of Cloverport spent several days here on business. Mrs. Vic Robertson who spent the k in Louisville has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Kincheloc of Cincinnati were the week-en- d guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Kincheloc, returning Monday. Mrs. Nancye J. Roberts of Kinks-woo- d is visiting her son H. J. Roberts and Mrs. Roberts. Miss Elizabeth Olmstead returned to Louisville, Monday after a visit with Miss Tula Daniel. Franklin Beard has returned home Mrs. Anna Burnside of Monticello after a short stay in Louisville, is visiting L. D. Jones and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller have received a telegram from their son, Zeno. He had arrived in New York from over seas. Miss Amelia Squires is visiting relatives at Kirk and McQuady. Miss Annie Lee Bishop ha's returned home after a short visit in Louisville. Atty A. R. Kiucheloe spent several days of last week in Brandenburg, mid-wee- G. D. Shellnian I I I attending court. Mr. Jack Bohn of Kansas City, Mo., will arrive during this week to visit his sister, Mrs. J. C. Overby and Dr. Overby. Mrs. J. II Berry has returned home from Louisville after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Fritzgerald and Mr. Fritzgerald. James Lewis and Earl Sheeran spent Saturday and Sunday in Clov erport the guests of relatives and several weeks with' her sister, Mrs. D. jG. Bright. Lieut.Hostettess and Miss Virginia Mrs. A. T. Adkins entertained at Beard of Louisville, came Saturday "500" Friday afternoon. Those preto visit Miss Beard's parents, Mr. and sent Mesdames Percy Henderson, W. Mrs. P. M. Beard. B. Taylor, N. Gardner, J. F. Vogel, W. E. Cosgrane of Detroit, Mich., J. D. Ashcraft and Fred Brite. spent several days here on business Mrs. Adele Conniff spent Thursreturned home Saturday. day in Louisville. Mr. Herman Ma Haffey of LouisMr. and Mrs. John Turner," Mr. and ville spent Sunday in our town to see Mrs. Harold Turner and children of friends. Mrs. Charles Jordan of Alabama, Louisville, are guests of Mrs. Cornis. visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Walls. wall and Miss Mary Cornwall. Miss Dorothy Eilene Penick arrivMr. and Mrs. Walter Moorman and baby of Glen Dean were the Sunday ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Huguests of Mr Moorman's parents, Mr. bert Penick, April 28th. Jack Board is home from Elkton and Mrs. W. R. Moormon. Mrs. Thomas Rhodes and daughter, where he has been attending school. A number of young people enjoyLela is visiting her parents, Mr. and ed a dance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dennis of Garfield. The Spelling Bee given by the Mrs. Worlapd Carter on Saturday Ladies Aid Society, Friday evening evening. Miss Bessie Thresher, Hardinsburg was very successful beyond anticipaand Mrs. Bernard Morrison and baby tion. A little boy arrived at Mr. and Mrs. of Hawesville visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trents May 3, to make his ' E. R. Trumbo last week. Mrs. D. W. Henry is visiting Mr. home. and Mrs Ed Thomas in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Cobb Howe, Detroit, Do you get up at night? Sanot is mrely the belt of all kidney or bladder troublei. Mich., spent the week-enwith Mr. Sanol gives relief in St hours from all back and Mrs. Virgil Brite. They were ache and bladder troifbles. Sanol is a guar' to Lewisport. , anteed remedy. BOc and $1.00 a bottle at the drug store. ll Mesdames Wilbur and Gillie of Long Branch visited Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Dowell last week. IRVINGTON Misses Mabel and Nelte Adkins- entertained a number of friends at a GibLieut. J. B. Gibson and Mrs. dance Saturday evening. son of Louisville spent the week-enMrs. Ed Alexander was in Louiswith Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gibson, Sr. ville last week to visit her daughter, Miss Julia Guthrie left Saturday for Miss Mary Alexander. her home in Henderson. Mrs. Alvin Withers and children of Mrs. R. H. Ludlam and daughter, Kirk have been visiting Mrs. T. R. Mary Ludlam of Richmond, Va., will Blythe. , arrive luesuay to spend several Frank Sleamaker left Saturday for months with her parents, Mr. and West Point to accept a position. Mrs. J. B. Biggs. Mrs. Carl Vickers spent Wednes STEPHENSPORT day with friends at West Point. Mrs. J. J. Johnson and daughter of Louisville spent Sunday with Mr. and P. D. Hawkins was in Hardinsburg, Thursday. Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan. Rev. C. B, Gentry was in HardinsBen Walls, Hot Springs, Ark., vis ited Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Bishoff last burg, Wednesday. W. J. Schopp was in Louisville last week. A. W. 0. W, Lodge was organized week. Mrs Emma Weisenberg of Cloverlast Tuesday evening. Miss Sue Gibson has returned to port, was the Sunday guest of her her home in Louisville after spending parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hanks. friends. d en-rou- te Do-we- visiting friends and relatives here. Miss Cora May Tabor is visiting relatives at Indianapolis. Virgil Harned of Custer was here Sunday, at the bedside of his uncle, Jim Gray. Miss Mildred Adams was the guest of her uncle, Melvin Pool and Mrs. Pool last week. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Richardson were in' Louisville last week. Miss Sallie Macy is at home rater being the guest of her ;.'..".--, Mrs Henry Cabman at P.onyvilic. Mrs. Andrew Souires died at Mier home Satuidit' and was buriott at the Bennett cemetery Sund.iy. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Nicholas of Dyer were l.c-- e Ian wt:c)c. Henry Haj lei and daughter, Miss Lucy of came Thur?-'ato visit relatives. Mr. Haynes returned home Sunday and Miss Haynes will continue her visit for a month. Mr. and Mrs. Fox Gray of Irving-to- n were in town Wednesday. Mr. and "Mrs. John Meador of Big Spring were here Friday shopping. Mrs. Dr. Tucker of McDaniels visited her sister, Mrs. G. E. Tucker last week. Mrs. Miles McCoy died at her home Sunday night. Ben H. Springate of Custer spent the week-en- d in Louisville, the guest of his sister, Mrs. Rice Carlton who has been seriously ill at tlje hospital. We are glad to report Mrs. Carlton much improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Snyder and son of Wootjrow were in town Friday shopping. A. B. Oliver and daughter of Cus-te- n were here Friday. ,D. D. LeGrand was in Hardinsburg, Thursday. Little Miss Evadeen Nicholas visited her aunt, Mrs. James Jones last is T-::- WALTER HAWKINS Tobinsport, lad. The New EdisoYi 'The Phonograph with a Soul" There is no comparison between Mr. Edison's latest invention and the mere talking machine. The New Edison in aclases by itself. Hear for yourself and then judge. WEDDING'S DRUG STORE CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Friends, Schemers, Fun and Extravagance Will Get It Unless You Put It Into the BANK Friends are few. Those friends 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 ed fair-weath- er who-borroat tem-tati- on .4 SERVICE 'Our Aim Is To Please" SAFETY week. FIRST STATE BANK W. J. Piggott, President J. M.1 Herndon, Vice President J. C. d The body 6f Truman Meador who died in California after undergoing an operation for appendicitis is expected here this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dowell were guests of Mrs. Thursday Hall one day last week. Wheat and Flour. No wheat thousands of years old has ever been known to germinate, many yarns to the contrary notwithstanding. Baking tests have also been made by the department of agriculture, showing a' distinct Inferiority of the Alaska wheat flour as a bread producer. One Word Spoils All. Just when a woman begins to be Invited out a little by nice people her husband spoils all by referring to the laundress as the washerwoman right out where everybody can beer. OhI Payne, Cashier J. D. Lyddan, Asst. Cashier IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY. Quick Service - Call On Old Brick W '.M The Hardinsburg Auto Go, Corner Hardinsbure, Kinticky TImtc ?s Something In The Want Column Of Inter TV State Journal. Yi v r, iiii THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, 'CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Wants To Come Home guess you think we arc tip against it. Well,' we do vant to come home as wc can't we do the best we can. Things seem to be coming our way. a little. Have shows two or three times per week in small towns, games, base ball, in fact most any kind of games or amusement. Wc have schools to fit most any one. Here in the Company wc have common school branches. Then a fellow can go to some other school and take most anything he wants from turning a grind stone on up. We are close to the Rhine and could go fishing. Haven't been but think I shall pitch a hook in the little stream before I leave here (sqmctime next year.) If we care to we can stroll out on the hill, kick out a rabbit, go to the woods perhaps watch a deer go plunging by. Sometimes its possible to kick out a wild boar. What's the use? Can't shoot on account of or ders to the contrary. On the old hills or near the mountains you can see bare old rocks or ledges with some kind of fortifications. Then in some places see a. lonesome' looking old castle. They don't look so fine now but wait until summer when flowers bloom, trees put out their coat of green, vines wakeup then will be the time to see the Rhine, and I'm afraid I'll be so unfortunate as to be here when that comes and goes. Home Looks Better Than Berlin. I can imagine some people saying of I could be over there I wpuld want to say and see when it is beautiful. These people don't know. I feel very different. My little home town would look better to me than Berlin. Yellow Bank Creek has the Rhine skinned in all things. Any old log house has these old castles beat. As to Mother and Dad and they would look better to me than all the crowned heads of all times. I know an old gray mule I had much rather see than to see Bill and Son. I want to get home as do. all others. Very truly yours, W. G. Vessels, Co. F 7th Inf., A. P. O. 740, Near I foot-ba- ll PAGE- 3 - WITH THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE ling Europe While He Can Mrs. S. C. Frank of Maitingly has It r. n hill lliv IUI A ... ; . r. I..... fn.M 1. it 9UIII u UUIII IIV.1 .V1 Lawrence I'raiiK, who is in rrancc and says he is taking advantage of liis life lonK desire irt secintr. as much M 11 Pvt. Vessels In Germany Pvt. W. G. Vessels addresses the letter below to the Editor of The Breckinridge News. Vessels is stationed near the Rhine, and he thinks its beauty cannot compare with that of Yellow Bank Creek back in Breckinridge county. Following is his letdetail reads': 1010.- ter: Romorantin, France, Mar. 21, Kcttig, t Germany, April 1st. 1019. Dear Mother: I will drop you a in, c few, lines to let you know I am well Dear Sir: This April morn came hope this finds you all the same. no cloud in the sky, and Old Sol is and .. ...... "r in !:... 'i rtiiu ii 2ia I.taming iiicjc I luudj . .i vtiy tuui. beaming down think, regular summer ' 1. .1 will explain the uui ii iiits never uccii very tuiu uver style. Fine, I day. Birds have begun to look spry ' "here. is (You asked what port I left. We and hop from bush to tree, grass coming and buds are swelling, and r,'came in to Jersey City walked off the Hoppers arc hurrying. r'train and on to ferry boat off the these old Clod in the New York an board the around getting ready to farm at old way with their rude implements shin Partia. Was eleven days cross- . and oxen. Slow but sure, I suppose. 'i .it i ing inc poncii ana ilanucu ai n urcsi. "Stayed there four days and come to Some have one horse, very few have Romorantin, and have been here ever more. Not all arc so fortunate as to "x since except when I go away on pass. have an ox or a horse. Short On Live Stock. ,1, am expecting to go to Paris the 12, ; pru ior tnree aays. i nave Deen These old codgers are pretty hard t pi to several places in France close run for stock or poultry so it seenjs. here I am using all I make to So far I haven't seen a hog, only two . t, ascc every piace i can gei iu gu. uui or three milk cows. I never heard a "jl don't care for what it takes, I al- - sheep mentioned. Most families have ) ways longed to see all the land in goats and some rabbits. Chickens arc, v n iiurooc i couiu nna tins is tne Dcst scarce, have seen a couple of eggs. I chance I have had and if I had about couldn't buy those and at that time . t. t nliii x ruu,uuu,uu T euuiut use 11 nuiuy in had a few marks. tourincr Eurone. But I cruess I will As to eats 'they get a certain amharlr and maun if hp. ount of stuff called bread, mostly ' T lhsvi irt rimp ",' "fore I take a trip like that. weight and dark, take a knife and cut ' IThev are lots of thincrs of interest it like leather, at that it has some taste. Potatoes is the main thing. .when I thought we were going to Its potatoes, bread, and coffee at each start narif mav nr limp, we II i am meal. The coffee is nothing but parched wheat. These people 'look fat .i r v .l-- t. ii.:.i.! jt and saucy, seem to have a big time. t tier and wondering it she is better, Can't Realize They Were Licked. hope that she is by the time you get They can't hardly grasp the "idea this letter. that they were licked. Seemed to I sure have some time talking to think Bill got cold feet and flew the those French people some times I coop on them. For sbme reason M i have a dard time making them under- these people seem to (late Bill an Prince and all the boys that Coblenz. stand but I like to get them trying c to talk English for I sure like to hear left them with the bag to hold. They seem to admire Von Hindenburg and them talk. Enjoying Soldier's Life Well, I will close for this time, they tell us he is good. Of course I Your son, Cook Lawrence E. Frank, don't know that he is so good, that a Following are several letters from ,'9th Co. 3rd Air Service Mechanic, A. fellow could say he was or is really Corp. Johnnie L. Avitt, who is in F., A. P. O. 713 good. 'E. Germany and says he likes that country for its scenery better than France. His letters to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Avitt of Lodiburg read: Chamouix, Mar. 14, 1919. Dear Mother and Father: Here are some views of Mt.' Blanc where I have ...PERMANENT... been this afternoon. When Igot back to the hotel I was so tired could hard ly move, believe mel On some of . the cards are pictures of fine buildings in Tiere. I had them in my pocket Always In office during Offlea tars: Irvlngton, Ky. office hours and will just send them althogether. Will send some boy friend's picture. The one with three stripes on sleeve is Sgt. Yokam and Cpl. Daffron. The are two Smith boys, and Clp. Hanse Parrish with yatch on his wrist. I am d. K. and having a sweet time. Hope both of you are well. Love to both, John. Chamouix, Mar 1.7. Dear Mother: There will be speaking at, the following points I am sending you all a map of the in Breckinridge county on the dates mentioned he-lo- w great Western front. You can see how the lines were at the close of in the interest of the Special Election to vote the war. You can see Trapelle, the a tax of twenty cents on each One Hundred Dolfirst town for us Yanks to take and hold. Will mark it. Then you can lars of property subject to local taxation. see St. Mihiel and Verdon. Most of McDaniels Wednesday night May 7th all you can look in Luxenburg and see where we are stationed but it don't Rockvale-Thurs- day night May 8th give the town, but joins Baschorge. Keey this map until I come home, Garfield Friday night May 9th then I can show you where I have IV. 111 . 1 1 e SI - a ! s , i- . . . " : I :i- 1 1 Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Company Capital $500,000.00 The Convenient Corner 1 i i i i i SI I 4 I Surplus $100,000.00 Fourth and Market Streets 00 Per Cent. Gain in Deposits Within Past Year 1 1 si Condensed Statement at Close of Business April 10, 1919. RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loans and discounts..., $1,308,199 U. S. and other bonds 928,037 Lincoln Bank bld;. and fixtures 325,031 038 Eeal estate , Cash and due from banks 580.849 73 72 29 e era 5 32 51 Capital stock Surplus Undivided profits Building depreciation act Other liabilities Deposits $ 500,000 00 100,000 00 10,688 21 G,000 00 218 83 2,532,449 53 DR.. W. B. TAYLOR r DENTIST 53,149,350 57 $3,149,350 57 Our earnest efforts to renderVthe best possible attention, accommodation and service 6 our customers has made possible this large grotyth in deposits. Comparative Statement of Deposits. e e e 1 1 Good Roads Speaking I 1 I I I I I January January January 1, 1917 1, 1918 1, 1919 . . . $ . . April 10, 1919 ' ... . 876,567 39 1,333,805 84 1,835,949 28 . $2,532,449 53 INCREASE INCREASE 100 per cent Last Year. 39 per cent in Si Months Conveniently located, prepared and anxious to give you and your account the best of personal attention. We invite your patronage, offering i i i IB Complete Service -I- N- I Cloverport Saturday afternoon May 10 Hites Run Wednesday night May 14' ' night May 15 Webster Thursday night May 8th Ammons-Fri- day night May 9th Stephensport Saturday afternoon May Mook-Thurs- day 10th. Mattingly-Thurs- day night May 15th. ay Hardinsburg-Mond- afternoon May 12th. Harned Thursday night May 15th afternoon May 10th Tarfork-Tues- day night May 13th Bewleyville Tuesday night May 13th Clifton night May.14 Custer-Satur- day Mills-Wedne- sday Norton's School House-Fri- kay night been. , Mama, I am sending you a souvnier from here. Guess Dad will think I slighted him but there is nothing here only things like I am sending you. We leave here tomorrow. I sure have had a good time while here, do hate to leave. I am well with the exception of a little cold. Fat and mean, and weigh 161 pounds. Will write to you, when we get back to the Co. So good-byYour son, Cpl. Johnnie E. Avitt, Co, M. 6th U. S. Inf., 5th Div. A E F. A. P. O 745 France March 13. Dear Home Folks: I will drop you a line this morning hpping this will find you all well. I am just fine and dandy. I am dowa on the Alps Mountains, in Southern France. Certainly is a small place. This is a summer resort. I will be here for seven days yet. 1 e. , Savings Accounts 1 Gommereial Banking Safety Vault Boxes 1 Trust Department We Want Your Business! I I I I I OFFICERS V. B, Bernheim, Vice-Presiden- t. J. Bulleit, President. Paul Compton, Secretary. J. F. EisonbeiB, Asst. Secretary. R. S. Rapier, Asst. Treasurer. P. L. Athorton, P. J. Bohne, Treasurer. Vice-Preside- DIRECTORS P. L. ATHERTON, Capitalist, Dairy and Stock Farming. BERNARD BERNHEIM, Capitalist. V. W. HUME LOGAN, President Dow Wire and Iron Works. i i i i i i i i FRANK MILLER, Capitalist. GEO. G. MONTZ, President Magic Keller Soap Co., and Chas. Stoecker Tannins' Co. THOS. S. TULEY, Sec. and Treas. Louisvillo Cotton Mills. WOOD CRADY, Gen, Manager Federal Chemical Co. CHAS. BENSINGER, President Bonsinger Outfitting Co. C. R. ALEY, Treasurer American Creosotinar Company. May 16th Kirk-Thur- sday night May 8th h Jk AM WIVII m n rmt 1UU A 1 V r 44i iiiiriir il AU I Lit t lui'iir day Mrn bit 4 a; Bethel School House-Tues- May 13th ' night Other dates and places will be announced later. Everybody cordially invited to attend these meetings. Interesting and competent speakers will be present. , Committee We went to Petange and took the train to Esch and changed there, then to Jsourtille, from there down through Aixlesbaines down by Dixon. Arrived here Tuesday eve. Several hundred soldiers are here. We are all in hotels. Have a good place to stay and plenty to eat, Sure is a great place, The name of this town is Chamouix, Not a large town. I can sit in my room and look upon the mountains and see the snow covered peaks. It is raining this morning. Mount Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps, 15,870 ft. I would also be glad if I 'could have you and, J. BULLEIT, President. C. E. CLAGGETT, Capitalist. W. PRATT DALE, Attorney. J. C. HERO, Manufacturer and Dealer of Shoos T. J. HUMPHREYS, Dugan, Humphreys & Co., Gonoral Insurance. v ' PAGE JL 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY 1 JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher HAt t, TrtP .Dni?nTpTninni? JtltL UlVILVJVJLiM IX UKJIL, EIGHT PAGES s XTXT rc i Robertson 'sold V. 11. 1919 Moormnn, Jr., Monday n fine bad-di- e 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS 1876 horso for 4285. This sale SUnSCRtl'TION RATES sadSubscription price $tfi.O a year l Wc for 4 month 73 lor 0 month. Ituslntis Local 10c head tho list for charged for 5 tier line ami Sc for each additional inertlon. Cant of Thank, over 5c line, line, money at per in dlers in this countv. rate of 10c per line. Obltuarie charged for at the rate of the It not correct, pleaie notify ui. If Examine the label on your paper. C. V. high-priced ISSUED,EVERY WEDNESDAY Mo.lo for 76; ono'to Waltor guest of his grandmother, Mrs. N. J, Thursday night. Bnwrn for CO: three to M. L Kroush, Mi's. A. B Cox, Mrs. NanMr. and Conk right for $100. nie Rlbbins and Bettie Bennett spent Sunday with Mike Stephens and 4 family, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hayncs of Sugar Tree Run were dinner guests Sun- THERE IS AN day of C. C. Stewart. advance. I NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished readlnn your copy of THE DRECKENRIDQE I a sunacrincr) no noi inrow u away orueiiroyiw not IrienU wlio NEWS hand It paint which holp9 its appearance Keys at Lodiburg. Owen Laslie of Sample called on very much. It id an WHERE CHILDREN ARE HELD AS PREMIUMS. Now if ho will Miss Ruby Dowell, Sunday afternoon. barn in every way. One of the first projects of the Methodist Missionary Cabtcnarry in build a handsome residenco out its $503,000,000 campaign for world reconstruction, is the building of an there and eot married we will riso To Automobile Owners apartment house in Detroit, Mich., where childless families are to be barred up and call him blessed. e WEDNESDAY- - ,..MAY 7, 1919 'Allen Severs who is still stationed at the Base Hospital at Camp Taylor is at his father's, J- - B. Severs for Judco Moorman is pivinp hie three days. to barn, formerly tho amphitheatre ' Miss Ruth Wcgenast spent Saturat tho fuir grounds, a coat of red day night and Sunday with Miss Allie HONEST DESIRE 4 The apartment will cost $00,00o. It will have a completely equipped playground on the roof, and it is to be located on the outskirts of that crowded city. Dr. John G. Benson, upon the part of every per-so- n connected with this bank to handle your business in a satisfactory manner UNION STAR cited Our little town was very much ex Saturday morning about 9:00 rents automobiles for hire shall pay o'clock when an airplane passed over Government license as follows: car with seating capacity of more than it. Everyone out with a shout. Mrs. Evelyn Peckenpaugh of Hazel two and not over seven $10.00 a year, Dell spent the week end with her seven or more $20.00 a .year. The license applies to each and ever car sister, Mrs. A. N. McCoy. Misses Lena and Bessie Lee Bras- - operated. Any person accepting fee hear of Frymire spent Thursday with for one ride is subject to the tax. PerMrs. Horace McCoy and Mr. McCoy- - sons failing to abide by this act are Wnllaee Parks of Frvmire made a liable to serve penalty. You can se- ,s l. llcense y applying 10 business call on Horace McCoy, T. May, Deputy Rev. Collector, CenThursday. Our County Agent Mr. Harth and tral City, Ky., or Josh T. Griffith, ColRev. E. B. English of Hardmsburg, lector, Owensboro, Ky. were here Thursday night lecturing on corn and Good Roads. Rev. Eng- L. H. & St. L. Shows lish made a splendid talk on Good Large Profits. Roads while Mr. Harth talked on corn and he also showed CO screen It is easier to be a quitter than a starter, Don't be a quitter on the. job pictures on corn. Continued from Page 1 of buying Victory Loan bonds. Bud and Pete Wegnast with their profit and loss on the sister, Ruth Wegnast attended the $42,559 and balance of $852,872. The necessity for good roads in Breckinridge county becomes more party at Miss Zelma Avitt's Friday credit The profit and loss acount totals apparent every day. There is never an undertaking started for the benefit niglit. On the credit side is a $907,885. Horace McCoy made business trips of the whole county that it is not hindered in some way by not having credit balance of $803,319 as of Jangood roads. Take this for an example: At a meeting of the Cloverport to Hazel Dell, Wednesday and also uary 1, 1918; credit balance transRed Cross chapter held last week, the members discussed having a secretary Saturday at Stephensport. ferred from, income (acount of $101,-20Mrs. N. J. Kroush and Miss Amy for the county who would develope the Civilian Relief work of the Red Cross donations of labor and materials in our community which covers many fields of service that we need includ-th- e Kroush have improved the looks of for transportation purposes of $2,777 child welfare work, and the prevention of tubercolusis along with other our little town by putting up a new of $580. The charitable aids. The society heartily favored having this secretary but upon .fence in front of their residence on and miscellaneous credits largest amount on the debit side are further discussion it was found that one person could not possibly cover Main St. of $852,872 and reMrs. Gus Barger of Frymire, was the credit balance the territory in Breckinridge county because of the impossibility to get venues and credits prior to January from one place to another on account of the bad roads. a caller in town Saturday. We are losing opportunities like this every day. Opportunities that Mrs. Geo. Shriber and two little 1, 1918," of $102,572. President Smith presided at the would mean much to 'our health and happiness. To say nothing of what daughters of New Jersey are expected stockholders' meeting which began at we are losing in a financial way in buying and marketing our produce. this month to visit her mother, Mrs. The judges were M. K. 11 o'clock. We can have all of these things and more to by voting the twenty cent D: S. Richardson. Gilbert and T. B. Toon. The officers road tax on May 20th., which will help build our county roads. Mrs. M. J. Crosson says she's not Mr. Smith, presi an old lady, she says she was only of the road are: dent; E. S. Locke, vice president and A savings bank in Brooklyn, N. Y., has a Liberty Bond savings seventy-eigh- t years old Friday. She which has proven quite successful and it would be excellent if more is very much stronger at this writing. secretary, and L. W. Botts, treasurer. are directors banks could afford to adopt the same plan. This department was inaugurat- J. B. Cashman of Lodiburg, was The Oscar Fenley, Graeme McGowan, Mr. ed for persons holding unregistered bonds, especially for those who, do not the guest of Mrs. M. J. Crosson and Smith, E. S. Locke, H. L. Stone, L. have a regular bank account. The only requirements of the depositor is Miss Liss Cashman, Friday. W. Botts and J. D. Stewart, all of that he or she deposit not less than $5.00 as a saving account when des-- j J. W. Harth and Rev. E. B. the bond. As the interest on the bond falls due, the coupons are lish were entertained at the home of Louisville There are two vacancies, automatically clipped and added to the savings account. It has been found Horace McCoy and Mrs. McCoy, which were left unfilled. that this plan proved a fine advertisement for bringing more customers to (Thursday night ...x. umiia, uuu The only way to have Good Roads iv, it tiiLuuiacu iiiiiii diiiuug uiusc wnu uruiiiamy are nui inclined to save. in this county will be by voting for the road tax May 20th. The life of the Victory Notes will be four years, although they may be E. R. Cart of Frymire called on redeemed in three years at the option of teh Government, and they will be Squire Tuesday Horace McCoy, divided into two series, one series bearing interest at 4 4 per cent, ex- morning. empt from all taxation except the superincome tax; the other series bearing Mrs. Peckenpaugh and Mrs. A.'N. interst at 3 4 per cent, which will not be taxed for any purpose whatever McCoy called in town Friday For this reason, investors in large amounts will doubtless prefer the 3 per cent notes, while small holders who do not have large income taxes to Mrs. ,G. E. Shelmafi spent Satur-- pay will prefer the notes with the large amounts will doubtless shdu gr.uay night and bunday with her par 4 4 per cent notes will be printed and issued, but they may be converted ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jabez Haynes. into the 3 4 per cent series later. Mrs. F. B. Severs called on Mrs. Come on Now for a real tobaect This is merely to give those who do not know already. the advantages Crosson, Saturday afternoon treat Hit up your old p'po 01 in buying the Victory Bonds. take a man's size chew and e G. E. Shelman made a business trip how Oil waxy, mellow, old iwl.i to Basin Springs, Saturday. warm; the cockles of your heart Branch road is showing up fine Miss Blanche Basham called on The smell of It atone will take you right back few War Hawk At a cheery atti active homo place in Mrs. M S- Jolly, Saturday afternoon. more. Ask for Guaranteed all lire merchants by . George Brown has a child that is its now coat of paint. The outJohn D. Moore Tobacco Co. incorporn ed One of tho prettiest places on buildings, fencing and trees have very sick at this writing. LOUISVILLE1 KY. the Cloverport and Hnrdinsburg all been whitecoati'd. This shows .Morton Barr of Frymire was' the pike this spring is Mr E. W. appreciation of home and homo Frey's. Mr. Frey has buile to his surroundings. There ought to be home a new porch which extends more of this kind of work on tho across tho length of tho house, and farm. his home has been painted in all II. M. JoJIy, of neur Lewisport, white. These improvements have added greatly to tho attractiveness was hero last week visiting his of his place, and it is a pleasure to sister, Mrs. Frank Payne, and his the passers-bto see farms that brothers, Georseand Frank Jolly, being well kept and improved on the pike. This is his first visit are THE UNIVERSAL CAR back homo in four years. each year. It shows prosperity. W :e experienced, and know how to Henry is looking fine and is doFarmers are given tho credit of give service to the owners of Ford cars. being tho most conservative class ing well on his farm. He sold last We have the same methods, machinery, of business men in the country. year 0,000 pounds of Burley at and skill that they have in the Ford FacSo the Victory Loan will appeal $25, and 4,000 pounds of Prior at intory, and we use the same parts made by $16 round; also $500 worth of to thera more readily than oil vestments or any other kind of in- corn. This is the product of himthe Ford Motor Company. Ford owners vestment of similar nature. Tho self and a tenant on one hundred are doubly guaranteed by us as to the relifarmers played a prominent part acres of land. Ho is planning for ability of our service on Ford cars. Don't in winning the war and now they a big crop this year. Henry reads try to do it yourself, bring your car here. tho Breckenridee News and keeps can help finish up tho job. Incidently we are getting a few Ford cars up with home ovents. and are able to make fairly good delivE. Frank Carter is having a tile ' eries. J. N. Conkright, who recently roof put on his brick house. ComTouring Car, $525; Runabout, $500; ing down tho pike, and seeing this purchased the Rogers farm near One Ton Truck Chassis, $550; Coupe, red roof shining through tho tops town, has named his place "Clo $050 ; Sedan, $775. These prices f. o. of the green trees, makes a picture ver Crook Farm," a 'very pretty that no artist could do justice to and appropriate name, as it lies no matter what his futno may be. on the waters of Clover Creek. Mr. Carter has always been one Mr. Conkright is a breeder of of the progressive farmers in thoroughbred Hampshire hogs. Bieckenridgo. and he is doing all He sold last week to Qwen County Agent Hardinsburg, Ky... in his power in getting tho Ohio of Tobinsport, a thorough River Route through Cloverport bred registered gilt for $42.50; 4 and on out tho pike. registered pigs at 10 each. Ono to Bill Roberts, 1 to Wm. Hall, 2 to Bruce Moorman's farm on the G. A. 0. Duncan. Ono cow to Executive Secretary of the Michigan Organizaregards the matter of building this apartment in this way: tion An apartment house in the heart of a crowded city is' not the best place in the world to rear children. Any one will admit that, but there are thousands of families whose circumstances force them to live in such places. The apartment house owners refuses to permit such families to occupy his building if they have children. Possibly they have some arguments on their side, but I d6 know the children should be cared for, and that is what we are going to do for just as many of them as we can. No family without children will be permitted in it. A premium is to be placed upon children. Certainly a more worthy project could not be started than this of building a house where children are welcomed as dasirable renters. About the first question a landlord asks a prospective renter nowadays is, "Have you children?" And if the reply happens to be in the affirmative, the renter is either delibrately refused a place or made to feel like the uninvited guest. In nine cases out of ten, we venture to say, you will find that landlords of this kind have no children. The Revenue Act of 1918, section 1001 provides that on and after Jan. 1, 1919 any person who operates or GIVE US AN OPPORTUNITY TO SATISFY THAT DESIRE! ... i I 1 J"" T- -l. We want to serve you well regardless of the size of your account. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. STRONG ACCOMMODATING Hardinsburg, Kentucky. 7; -- , Springtime Calls for New Buggies New Harness and New Wagons We carry rubber tired and comfortable to ride in. ness, and we have that too. buggies, substantial in make, New buggies call for new har' Harness that fits your horse. j ' to-d- Replace your old worn out wagon with a new one. n. We have the kind of wagons that give service and stais-factio- Eng-posoti- New Mattings, Cook Stoves and Corn The house-wif- e Planters 3-- will enjoy having a new matting for her guest room or bed room; and a new cook stove woul4 possibly please her more than anything. 3-- 3-- 4 I E. A. HARDESTY GENERAL HARDWARE- - 3-- 3-- I I Stephensport, Ky. FARM AND STOCK I - 7 'j$5f y Every has Iwn r.vile v mm 1OSS caused J by water. by fire, and loss caused Putting out the fire often causes more damage than the fire. There are so many ways cf bclr.g through fire, that. Fire Prevention becomes the big part of insurance. The 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 Agents, T. J; HOOK PAUL CQMPTON Win-chel- l, & General Insurance BRO. Hardinsburg, Ky. SO Years of Continual Successful Insurance Business t MAY 7, ltlf MAY, clan matter. 7, THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Mr. Eldrcd A. Babbage was the Birth Announcements 'CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS guest of Miss Susanne Crutchficld, Mr. and Mrs. John Felix Jarboc of Sunday at her home' in Earlington, Minneapolis, Minn., are happy to an- NOTE Please notify the editor -- nut you desire advertisements discontinued. Ky. nounce the arrival of a little daughter, FOR SALE Miss Mildred D. aDabbagc leaves Mtry Wycoff Jarboe, on April 20. of Mr. and FOR SALE Household furniture. One white Wednesday for Cincinnati, io visit her is the iron bedstead, Several pairs outside shutters sister, Mrs. William G. Polk and Mr. Mrs. Jno. C. Jarboe of this city, Could he used for enclosing a summer kltch Polk. en. For further Information call at The Ilrcckenridge News Office, Cloverport, Ky. Lieut. Jno. Myers McCulloch and The members of the Junior Remington Typewriter Epworth League will lead the Senior Mrs. McCulloch of Coronado, Cal., In FOR SALE condition and will sell No. 0. arc receiving congratulations on the for very good at The Breckenridge cheap o'League, Sunday evening at 0:30 News cash. Apply SI-- c grand-daughtI a PAGE f The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, SatMtd at the Post aa iccond 1019 I Office at Clovtrport, Ky. Whilo tho dull hours away. Play theso on your THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED ADVERTISING FOR FOREIGN BY THE ooo PHONOGRAPH. Our Latest List of Records: Princess Pat Waltz Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight Waltz In tho Land of Beginnine Again Song Every Little Movement Song Passion Dunce Saxophone .Beautiful Ohio Waltz Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming Song Loves Garden of Roses. Suwaneo River Violin , Angel of Love Waltz $1.00 90 office. arrival "of a son, May 1. McCulloch was formerly Miss FOR SALE Eggs for hatching 10 cents Mrs. RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Owcns-.boreach layed by pure bred White Leghorn chickens. Stock guranteed pure and all Wednesday and Thursday vis- Addie Fairlelgh, daughter of Mr. and right. For further Information on write, RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- - iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Mrs. David W. Farleigh of Louisville, S. K. Vessels, lihodetia, Ky. MENTS. and a niece of Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO SENCRAL.' OFFICES clock. Mrs. J. Byrne Severs was in I o, .90 90 ror county utiicea- For State and Dlitrict for unit, per line per line, For Precinct and City 'Officea- Opc 2.60 Barret. r.oo 15.00 .10 .10 .10 Cordrey. Mrs, Wm. Hoffious and Miss Virginia Furrow went to Evansville, United States Railroad Administration Monday to visit Mrs. Hoffious' sisDirector General of Railroads ter, Mrs. Norris. Train Schedule on Misses Viola and Lula Dutschkc of H. & L. R. R. Stephensport, are spending this week The Mr. and with 'their Effective December 8th, 1918 Mrs. Hardesty of Irvington. Messrs John and Jess Hall and EAST BOUND Murriel Morrison left. this week for 42 leaves Cloverport 0:14 A. No. Akron, Ohio, where they have gone Arrives Irvington. .10:10 A. .12:20 P. M. to seek employment. Arrives Louisville No. 144 leaves Cloverport. 6:04 P. M. Miss Edith Burn leaves Thursday 0:0O P. M. Arrives Irvington. Arrives Louisville 7:63 P. M. for Louisville to spend several days No. 140 leaves Cloverport- -- 6:16 A. M. with her sister, Miss Jcanette Burn, Arrives Irvington. 0:07 A. M. and Miss Pauline Moormon. Arrives Louisville- --7:50 A. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Williams and No. 148 leaves Henderson-Arlv--4:00 P. M. Owensboro 5:00 P. M. children of Evansville, were the weekArrives Shops. 0:20 P, M. end guests of Mrs. Wiliams' mother, WEST BOUND Mrs. John Carson and Mr. Carson. No. 141 leaves Cloverport 10:45 A. Miss Eva Weatherholt, who has a Arrives Owensboro .12:01 P. Arrives Henderson-Arrivposition with J. Bacon & Son, LouisJ2:58 P. Evansvllle-Ariv-- 1:25 P. with her ville, spent the week-enSt. Louis -- 8:10 P. M. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Weather-hol- t. No. 143 leaves Cloverport. -- 0:40 P. M. For Cardi, For all Publications in the interest or expression o( Individ-ua- l views, per line Mrs. Geo. Bcntly of Hawesvillc, When you have backache the liver or kidwas here Monday the guest of her neys are sure to be out of gear. Try San-oaunt, Mrs. James Cordrey and Mr. It does wonders for the liver, kidneys and FOR SALE l, FOR Pure bred While Wyandotte eggs $!MK( per hundred or $1.00 per setting, and day old chicks' JOc each. Elihu Meador, Klngswood, Ky. SALE at once. Louisville, Ky. 90 90 bladder. A trial 60c bottle will convince you. PIANO will sell Cheap If tak-e- n J. D. Shaw, 10.10 South Third L, St. grand-parent- s, Popular Tobinsport Couple Marry. THe marriage of Miss Ella Leaf and Mr. Gilbert Zellers both of Tobinsport, Ind., was solemnized on Thursday, May 1st., in Cannelton at the home of the Rev. Jerge, pastor of the M. E. church who performed the ceremony. FOR SALE 0 sows with pigs and two idee fresh Jerey cows with caU. Heard & Dowell, Holt, Ky. 1.00 .90 1.00 .. .90 FOR SALE One tobacco bed 00 feet long Plant ready to set in 10 days. J. N, Conkwright, Cloverport, Ky. Meet wide. EMERSON RECORDS 75c. Oni, Oni Mario The Last Long Mile Mandy and Mo Indiunola I Hear You Calling Me . On tho Level You're a Little DeviL Blue Roso Waltz. Till We Meet Again Sweet and Low Tho Missouri Waltz I have a Lassie Orchestra Song Song Rand Song Song Band Song -- FOR SALE Brown Leghorn eggs, 6 cents each. Jas. M.' Crenshaw, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE A nice young work horse. Will either sell for cash or trade for cattle. Thos. Flood, Holt, Ky. j The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Leaf and taught school in Tobinsport "township for several terms. T he groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Zellers and recently he purchased the Cockerill farm in Tobinsport, where he and his bride will reside. WANTED WANTED To take subscriptions for all magaiines. Also renewal for all magazines. Clubbing rates given. Mail order; received. Call or write Miss M. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. WANTED time. To buy all kinds of logs at any A Zellers & Son, located on the Ohio River above Cannelton, Ind. Quartet Song M es -- WEBSTER Miss Roxie -- es ea d afternoon Rhodes. Dunn spent Sunday with Miss Mattie Lee ! WANTED Carpenters, Boat Builders, JoinMakers, Millwrights, Tiners, Cabinet smiths, Plumbers, Pipefitters and Painters for work on high class yatchs and nhono- graph cabinets. Steady work. Our shops are sanitary, light and The Matthews Company, Port Clinton, Ohio. steam-heate- After which go straightway and buy a Liberty Loan Bond. Then, too, by all means help tho Good Roads Cause. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sawyer, who have been living in Key West, Fla., Owensboro. returned to Hawesville, Monday and Arives Henderson-- Arrives Evansville are with Mrs. Sawyer's mother, Mrs. Arrives St. Louis Lamar. No. 147 leaves Shqps Mrs. . Murray Pryor and little Arrives Owensboro daughter, Dorothy Lucile Pryor of Arrives Henderson of Howell, Ind., have been the, guests of Mrs. Pryor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Wheatley. Mrs. C. S. Lamb- and daughter, Miss Ruth Lamb of Jonesboro, Ark., arrived Saturday for a month's visit with Mrs. Lambs parents, Mr. ana ifrs. A. C. Tate. i t n. naraaway oir.t aianuaru t r !l tt me r um c. I in this city Company, Louisville was 'Monday. Mr. Hardaway frequently . Mrs. Lizzie Geer spent Wednesday , . c lic Vi". UU. . rrmtkc 1.1.1 . Kilt thic nrfa J ....J fire WCIf . V.U , . II U ....J. ,..v in jouisvine. in several weeks. O. W. Bruner, Hardinsburg spent Miss Evelyn Young, who has been in Louisville. the week-en- d ?n T nmcvi11v rnm (rf ntllrrla.v Mrs. Joe M. Fitch sjent the for a visit to Miss Elizabeth end in Lodiburg. with her brother, A. .skillman before returning to her J. Keys home in Morganfield. Edward N. Couch of Ravena, Ky., Mrs. R. N. Hudson a.nd sister, Miss is the guest of his mother, Mrs. A. Nellie Gregory of Louisville were N. Couch. here Sunday the guests of their bro Mr. Moorman Willis and sister, ther ,Mr. Ernest Gregory and Mr. Miss Martha Willis were in Louis- Gregory. ville, Saturday. Mrs. Hugh Adkinson and daughter, Mrs. C. W. Moorman will be host- Nancy Adkinson of Chicago, arrived" ess to the Ladies t Reading Club on last week .to spend several weeks with Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Adkinson's mother, Mrs. W. H. Mrs. T. S. Nicholas returned Wed- Bowmer. nesday from Evansville aftera short The Wednesday Club will be envisit with relatives. tertained on Friday afternoon at the Mr. Will Bowmer of St. Louis, was home of Mrs. Ira D. Behen owing to here Monday the guest of his mother, the Victory Loan meeting on the Mrs. W. H. Bowmer. regular club day. Miss Mary Benton of Louisville, Mrs. Arthur Wagner returned to spent Sunday with her grandmother, Cloverport, Saturday morning after Mrs. O. B. Mattingly. spending a few days as a guest of her Mrs Will Butcher of Lewisport, j sister, Mrs. Ida Moorman. Owens spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. boro Messenger. and Mrs. Joe Morrison. Capt. Browningof Camp Taylor Mrs. Clyde Morrison and children, acompanied by Mrs. Browning and Mildred and Wallace have returned their son, spent the wek-en- d with after a visit in Louisville. Capt. Browning mother; Mrs y. O. Mr. L. D. Jones, Cashier of The Rickard and Rev Rickard. Bank or Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Mr. E. H. Johnson, who has rewent to Montecello, Monday. cently been discharged from the U. S. Mr. Chester Rogers 6f Owensboro Navy and whose home is in Shelby with, his parents, Gap, Ky., was the guest of Miss spent the wek-enMr. and Mrs. Thos Rogers. Carrie Blair of Hardinsburg the week ' Mr. Jess Owen of 'Louisville, was end. here several days last week to visit Sergt. Bernard Morrison, Mrs. his mother, Mrs. J. T. Owen. Morrison and their daughter, arrived Miss Blondia Ball of Wolf Creek, Sergt. Ky., arrived Saturday for a visit with Monday afternoon to visit Morrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe her sister, Mrs. Ella Jordan. . Morrison. Sergt. Morrison has reMiss Lois Baird of Owensboro, is ceived his discharge from Camp Taythe guest of her sister, Mrs. Geo. lor after being overseas. Merritt and Mr. Merritt of Holt. Mr, James T. Ski'llman of LouisRESOLUTIONS ville was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman, Monday. In behalf of the untiring spirit em' Miss Susanne Crutchficld spent the bodied in our departed brother, Har .week-en- d at. her home in Earlington, vey Matthews, We the members of the guest pf her mother, Mrs. Rogers. Goshen church and Sunday scnooi offer the following Resolutions. 1st. That our community and S. S. lost one from it's midst, whose faithfulness has manifested itself on all occasions. 2i),d. That the fervor with which he d Pullets and. attended religious service, is worthy of our ensulation. Cockerila 50 cents aod $1.00 3rd. That his transition from earth each after May 20th. J. VV. to glory will mean a vacency that Parks' Strain Barred as, the shining years Rooks, Lot mo have stars of the canopy may never be your order on ox before the filled. 4th. That a copy of this be sent his above mentioned date, brother and'family, also to the county MRS. H. J. HAMMAN papers. Signed CLOVERPORT, KY. Goshen Baptist Church es Arrives Hawesvllle Arives Owensboro No. 145 leaves Cloverport-Arriv- 7:05 --8:07 --11:25 -- 12:32 -- P. P. P. A, -- 1:23 A. 1:50 A. --7:50 A. 0:45 A. --8:05 A. -- 9:15 A. M. M. M. M. Interesting - Personal Mention i I I 11 J .. Mr. J. E. Carter entertained the young folks of Irvington and WebsHILL ITEMS ter at his home with music. 'Miss Gola Bayne of Mystic visited her friends, Misses Phrona and' The Misionary and Aid Society of Claudia Woosley, Saturday and Sun- - the Lucile Memorial held their April meeting at the home of Mrs. Edward day, Mr. and Mrs. James Haynes and Whitehead. The officers for the Nola Haynes visited relatives in suing year were elected as follows: Brandenburg, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Chas Keil, president; Mrs. A- Misses Mayme Jordon and Laura dele Hambleton, vice president; Miss Claycomb spent Sunday with Mrs. Eliza May, secretary of Literature; Mrs. Ed Whitehead, treasurer; Miss Jim Kurtz. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Payne spent Laura Satterfield, correspondent with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sim- - retary; Mrs. C. W. Satterfield had solicited names for the New Era and mons. niece, six more names were added to the Mrs. Walter ,Cashman and Miss Ava Cashman are visiting rela- - list. Mr. and Mrs. Cha's Jackson spent tives in Fordsville. one day in Louisville last week. Mr and Mrs. J. H McKiney were MATTINGLY ;over from Tobinsport, Saturday and 'were accompained home by Mr. and The Clifton Novelty show has been Mr, rharlie Keil who remained over entertaing the folks of Mattingly and Sunday the near by villiages, the past week Krv Beavin who moved to and giving away several nice presents town seveai nlonths ago has bought those lucky were Miss Valeria a house n the Hin opposite Mr. and Master Morris A. Mattingly, both yjjj perkjns home. receiving a diamond ring for being, M Isadore Pooham who has the most popular young lady and the been ; for some time is reported prettiest baby. Miss Louise and Lucile Hawkins, M, Samuei G. Smith of Patesville. who have been visiting friends and ..,. ;n town on Mondav and was the relatives here returned to their' home guest at the home o Mr and Mrs. Saturday in Tobinsport, Ind. jess jsom Mr. and Mrs.. F. C. Whitehouse and clovis Noel, son of Will Lee Noel family attended the funeral of her;has returned t0 his home in r, Mrs. John Carter in Clover- - homa, after three weeks visit to Saturday. Utives. Mr. and Mrs. Belford Wells were Farmers that had sod ground to the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Asher ' tu;c have Newby of Cloverport, Saturday. L,ken a,iv,ntatre Qf the rainv season and broken the ground to get in order for planting. BEWLEYVILLE Mrs. James Sahlie, Mrs. Hiram , Moorman and Mrs. Jess Isom Mesdames Tom Chappell, Finis to Hites Run last Sunday ate and Curren Kasey were the Thursday of Mrs. C.J. Mc."" with Mrs. Sahlie s father, Mr. (Burdett and attended .Sunday school Coy the afternoon, Miss Laura Mell Stith spent Friday Kenneth Gilbert of Stephensport. night in Irvington with Bro and Mrs. passed through town Saturday en- R L Sleamaker. 'route to Tobinsport, where he will Mrs. Curren Kasey of Rosetta has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom .visit Mr. and Mrs. J. H.. McKinney. en-Mi- ss I I I DON'T WASTE TIME Come to the fellow-shistore for lowest prices on workman's .wear. Wn Cooms, Hardinsburg, Ky. p 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. MARION WEATHERHOLT GENERAL CONTRACTOR Cloverport, . Kentucky. , Okla-siste- rel-po- rt, ,,, n To Buy Or Not To Buy That is the question. ! J motor-Claycodin-gue- ( ' Then after you are fully convinced that you need to buy something, the next question is, where must I buy it? Then some one says, buy where you can get good quality stuff for the same amount of money, or less, than the sume amount for which you can cet it somewhere else. Then, besides this, you want to buy where you will receive honesty, prompt attention, courteous treatment and a cordial welcome. You will receive all these from us. We sell in retail and wholesale quantities Flour, Meal, Oats, Ilor--e and Mule Feed, Dairy Feed und Hay. Your patronage solicited und appreciated. d Chappell. v nr r '.it. aiiui Jill.. r J.. .aijuaii uuu childun and Mr. and Mrs. Geo R. Compton and daughter motored to Elizabethtom, Sunday to see Mrs. Carman's parens, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hardinsburg Feed Company. .. LETTERS WE APPRECIATE Reynolds. Subscriber From Kingswood Boyd J. Keith arrtd home Mon Breckenridge News Office, Clover-oor- t. day, with his honorab'i discharge Kv. Dear Sir: Please send me g We are certainly glad to sec our boys .The Breckenridge News at wood, Ky. Enclosed find check for home safe and sound. Kings-comin- Dainty White Organdie Dresses for Children Collar and cuff sets in CHICKS Ply-mont- Eigbt-weoks-ol- 111 men iicw Hiring iivv.it. j j bought of Chas H. Drury, The freeze here did considerable damage to the fruit and gardens. The "Over Comers" Bible Class of . tne M E. church met Thursday with Mrs. Z. T. Stith and finished cutting and tacking rags for the M. .E. par sonage. Those present were: Mesdames. Chas D. Hardaway, B. C. DN C. Heron, Phillip Cain, Geo. R Compton, Guy Bandy E. W. Foote, E. P. Hardaway, Rev, and Mrs. R. L. Sleamaker and Laura Mell Stith Masters Elbert Bandy and Logan Foote, Delightful refreshments were lUtdlcU Chas. P. Sawyer Renews n. Babbage. Cloverport, Ky. Dearer: Enclosed please find check Mr. I. These dresses are prettily trimmed in tucks, laco and embroidery, and have either pink or blue ribbon girdles. Excellent values for $1.25 to $2.25. &LiIv'Ior 12. .".us iuv1919 to iur uiic ycai iium nnn !tn1 f0..Thfe.i?reCAke.n:; Neckwear Attractive new neckwear for spring. white, tan, red and blue Organdie. Anril 12. 1920. Your friend, C. P. Uwyer. 151 2 N. High St. Room S Colunbus, Ohio. Do-we- ll, Added To Our ListQf New Ones Dear Editor: Enclo,j f,n(i 1.50 for which please send ind The Breckenridge News for one yearv Yours sincerely, W. W. Barger, Frymit Ky. V Sun bonnets Pretty sunbonnets in solid pink and blue for tho babies and too. Theso sun bats are priced at 50c and 75o. grown-ups h Can't Be Without The Home Papei Mr. J. u, uaooage, wear air; ricasc find enclosed $1.80 for which send me served. The Breckenridge News for one year The many friends of Mr, Thos. H. as I can't be without the good old truly. Luther H. Payne are glad to see him out again home paper. Yours 111., Morgan couDoweli, Alexander, and able to ride horse bdek to church nty. and town. Howard Pate spent Saturday in From Hardin Grove, Ind. Mr. Babbage, Sir: Enclosed is 60 Elizabethtown On business. will Miss Sanders Wilson of Basin cents in stamps for which you week-envisitor of New8 for our months. Mrs. James Springs was the v. McCann, tlardin urove, ina. Laura Men oiun. d Mid-Summ- er Hats mid-summe- &w models in pattern hats for weev ( r received overy Come in Leghorns, Milans, Hemps and Moline Hats. Mrs. Ethel O. Hills CLOVERPORT KY. SAFEGUARD Your Oil Investments Buy stock in the only Oil Company operating in Kentucky that has a guaranteed income for the next 5 years from the sale of Natural Gas on their property. 1 you people who throw up your hands in holy horror at the word "OIL" mentioned in any proposition, let me call your attention to the fact that the Pennagrade Oil & Gas Company is selling merchandise at a tremendous profit. To There is no difference between the contract that we have with the Louisville Gas and Electric Company for Natural Gas to run for the next fifteen years, than there is in any contract you have with any reputable concern in your own territory to deliver a quantity of merchandise. you to National Bank of Kentucky, United States Trust Co., and Louisville Trust Co., all of Louisville. Guess I bad better ring oft for fhk PM time. Hoping to 'hear from y0 Dad here to share the sights with me. Nvhen I get back to the Co. So rf, if. Rooming WJth Wm. Jolly. Ever your son, Cpl. Johnnie Avftt Special Road Tax Election Well, I have had my dinner and May 20, 1919. will write a little more. PERMANENT DENTIST , ' William Jolly and myself are roomTd The Voters of Breckinridge ing together. There arc seventeen Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON from Co. M, here. County: Guess when we get back to the Co. I am directed by the Breckinridge Office Fiscal Court, to give due notice of the they will be in coblenz on the Rhine. MASONIC BUILDING calling and holding of a Special Road Hope they will for if we have to stay Tax Election on Tuesday, May 20, over here I like Germany much betHardinsburg, Ky. ter than France. I am sending some 1919. The question to be submitted is, cards of the mountains and towns I Specializing In Trial Practice "" whether or not the voters of Breck- visited on my furlough through Souinridge County, are in favor of a thern France. MURRAY HAYES Special Twenty Cent Tax Levy, on LAWYER each $100 worth of property, subBuilding ject to local taxation, in Breckinridge LOUISVILLE County each year for a period of lo More Than 20 Years Experience years, for the purpose of constructing and improving the roads of the Gfrntlnwd fre-4 NOTICE ftoys la Mrvle. ThrM" -- L. D. HALL Stephensport, 1606-7-- 8 n county. We refer IF YOU ARE NOT CONVINCED SEND FOR MORE INFORMATION TO It is ordered and directed by the Ky. said Fiscal Court, that all of the funds raised by this supposed special tax, shall be apportioned among the' Six Megisterial Districts of the DENTIST to the amount, raised in each of the said Districts. Located permanently in Hardinsburg. Polls will be opened as usual at Occupying office recently vacated by each voting 'place, in ecah precinct, Dr. Walker. from 0:00 A. M. to 4:00 P. M. Sheriff of Given under my hand as county-according General Blacksmith and Wagon Maker. Repair Work a Specialty. Dr. J. C. OVERBY SOUTHERN . RAILWAY R. W. MOON, Fiscal Agent 417 W. Main St. ! I Breckinridge County this April 1919. 10, Bring us all of. your main 524 Louisville, Ky. I 1 J. B. Carman, Sheriff, Breckinridge County, K.y NOTICE (En it pn it Breckinridge Fiscal Court, Proposes to Refund All Outstanding Railroad District Bonds, Which Mature July 1, 1919. 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 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 of $500 each. Bearing interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, payable ori the first days of January and July, of each year, to run for a period of not 'less than one year and not more than ten years, with twenty coupons attached, one for each accrued interest Said bonds to be sold at not less than par, and the proceeds to be used only for the purpose of retiring said outstanding bonds with any accrued interest thereon, and the County Judge and County Attorney were appointed as a committee to have printed said coupon bonds, and this Court will convene to take such further action and the making of further orders as may be necessary. Given under my hand as Clerk of the Breckinridge County Court, this April 10, 1919. A. T. Beard, , Clerk Breckinrdige County Court. semi-annually We pay the highest cash Prices Produce Branch House We offer the 6$ senotes of cured the above at 995 and ar interest. J. R. Sanders, Mgr. Cloverport, Ky., for Henning Chambers 417 west Main Street, Louisville, Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed please find. .Dollars, for which please send me as many shares of Pennagrade Oil & Gas Company stock as the amount or money enclosed win pay tor; rou agree to sen me as many snares more as i am' now buying, at the same price, if I take It before July 1st. Nnmr Address K. W. WOUN, Mscsl Agent, I Co. rm Kentucky Creameries Owned Members New York Stock Exchange. 404 W. Main Armour and Operated by & Company Inc. St Loulsvllla, Ky. R. W. MOON, Fiscal Agent, 417 West Main Street, Louisville, Ky. 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, Kentucky, on or before the first day of May 1919. J. F. Hart, Administrator. doing business in the town of Irving-to- n County of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky at the close of business on 10th day of April, 1919. i'rSLTn w !40 WINTERS 40 DHim rilttl SUMMERS-SIN- CE WANTED No. 1 Walnut Logs THEN HAVE ROLLED AWAY RESOURCES $147,130.82 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and Forty winters and forty summers 3,007.56 unsecured have rolled away since persons who Stocks, Bonds and other 67,400.00 are living and well today first took Securities 40 157.10 tne prescription for "Number 40 For Due from Banks- g289'C5 The Blood." "Number40" is comCash on hand. Of Cattle and Hog Breeders pounded from ingredients that are set Banking House, Furniture Chicken Raisers, Live Stock 2,751.00 down in tthe U. S. Dispensatory and and Fixtures- -: other authorative medical books as and Tobacco Dealers of .$274,790.15 follows: "Employed in diseases of Total Breckinridge County the glandular system, in blood poison, LIABILITIES mercurial and lead poisoning, scroCapital Stock paid in, in ? 15,000.00 fula, rheumatism, catarrh, constipacash Hall Stock Farm Surplus Fund ,, 5.000.00 tion, liver and stomach diseases. UnGlen Dean, Ky. der its use, sores, ulcers, nodes, tumUndivided Profits, less exPolled Durham Cattle. Poland China that penses and taxes paid 541.67 ors and scrofulous swellings Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hamp- Deposits subhave withstood all other treatment disappear as if by magic." shire Sheep. ject to check $149,392.83 No. ,40 is sold at Wedding's Drug Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Fairs in Time Deposits 104,801.05 I'ast Five Years $254,254.48 Store. 18 inches and up and 23 inches and up. 8 feet and up, long. Quote prices and name quantities to DIRECTORY C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co. Incorporated semi-annu- al Louisville, Ky. Planters We Want You To Read This Do, you know that we keep a full line of feed for your -- Valley Home Stock Farm W. J. OWEN & Total- - .$274,796.15 Set. TRY A WANT AD TODAY stock right here at your door. Why waste time and noney going to other places to buy when you can get it , at home. SONS, Propietors 1 State of Kentucky County of Breckinridge What We Keep Corn, HayOatsBran, Dairy Feed, Cotton Seed Meal, Chicken Feedtnd a Full Line of Groceries. Prices Right and Prompt' Service. Hardinsburg, Ky., Route s Poland China Hogs a Specialty We, W. J. Piggott and J. C. Payne, President and Cashier of the above Polled Durham Cattle ORCHARD HOME FARM G. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor Breeder of named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. Bring Us Your Produce!! WILBUR PILE Harned, Ky. Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 2. J. Piggott, President. J. C. Payne, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th day of April, 1919. J. M. Herndon, Notary Public. My Comission Expires March 8, V. 1920. We pay you Louisville prices. If you have never favored us with your patronage all we ask is one trial. Ask any of our customers concerning us. They will all say: The highest prices, fairest dealings and courteous treatment THE HOWARD J. M. HOWARD & FARMS SON, Prop. AMERICAN BUTTER & CHEESE COMPANY D. D. DAVIS, Shorthorn Cattle, Duroc Hogs and Hampshire Sheep RAYMOND Harlan Cashman spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Krousli, Lodiburg. Misses Hattie Bell and Reba Lewis Dutschke of Webster spent Sunday with the Misses Knott. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Knott and grandson, Monroe Knott spent Sunday with Mr." and Mrs. Ess Stiff of Mr. and Mrs. Buyer, Hardinsburg, Ky. ! ! I makes the joints ache and causes the afflicted person much misery. For quick relief use Rheumatism Glen Dean, :- -: :- -: Ky. BEARD BROS. Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealers in LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO Horse, Salereed and Livery Barn Rigs and AutoraoHfo service for the traveling public. veling men. Snecial service for Owner BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT It Is a Powerful, Penetrating Remedy I l j i Fry-mir- e. C. V. High-Class Robertson Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealer in and Mrs. Oscar French of Lodiburg, spent Sunday with Mrs. French's brother, Jess Shaw and Mrs. Mr. Shaw. Glad to report Jerry Basham some Law The relief is prompt and very gratifying to the sufferer. It eases the joints and conveys a strengthening influence that soon restores 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. P. BALLARD, Prapriefer, ST. LOUIS, MO. I andoprietor of the Old Livery Barn, Hardinsburg For le by all Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. better at this writing. It will pay you to visit my Stables Mrs. Lonnie Pollock and children with Mr. and Mrs spent the week-en- d Jerry Basham, Rev Blackburn, who is attepnS G. N. Lyddan the Theological Seminary jnouis-ville- , FARMER AND FEEDER preach has been called and Irvington, Ky. here again this year. My"1 praise is has done in due him for the work STOCK FARM this church, WEBSTER Miss Chism refed to her home H. K. NORTON, Owner near Irvingtonwst Saturday after Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in bavin soent ytveral days here with her brotherEmmet Chism and Mrs. All Kinds of'Live Stock. Kentucky. Chism. Webster, Druggliti mm PARK PLACE WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS . BRECKINRIDGE-BAN- K OF CLOVERPORT SECURITY EDWARD BOWNE, President SERVICECONTENTMENT PAUL LEWIS, CuUar :- -: :- -: MAY 7, 111! THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY LODIBURG Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dandy are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a bby who has come to make his home with them. He arived on Thursday May 1st, Wm. Allen Bendy. Mrs. Soloman Hanks of Stephens-po- rt was the guest of her brother, Jack Tindall and Mrs. Tindall last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ada Pearl Payne was in Irvington last week having some dental work done. So friend Mul you have dropped on to mc, and that my name was not Lodiburg. Nor was it Brown or Jones. Keep your coat on friend Joe, But please don't tell it. It is Ben- PAGE T FOR SALE One pair Mules, 5 and 6 years old, about 15 hands high; a weighty kind. One Mule, 4 yrs. old, 15 2 hands high. One Mule, 15 hands high, 3 years 1-- Roscoc Deacon has his discharge and will farm this year. He has moved on J. H. Avitt's farm. Waiter Adkisson visited in Mystic last Sunday; Misses Lucile and Oral Keys entertained the young folks of the neighborhood on last Saturday even ing with a Rook party. Castle Dye of Stephcnsport, attended the party at A. J. Keys last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Payne and children of Webster were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carlt Payne last Sunday. Jas Bruce and sister, Jessie May of Louisville, were the guests of Miss Delia Deacon last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar French visited Mr. Pierce French of Mystic last Sunday. Proctor French, son of Reece French, who has been in France for sometime is at home. Ray Dowcll of Irvington was the guest of Miss Warda Parks last old. One farm Mare, about 10 years old; a good worker and sate for a lady to drive. One good farm Horse, 8 years old; a good saddle Horse; a number of light stock Cattle; also one good light farm Wagon. This stock must be sold for immediate delivery. Mr .and Mrs. J. H. Avitt, Mr. and Mrs. R E. Deacon, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Deacon were the guests of Mr. and Mrs H W. West last Sunday. Miss Leo Cashman of Raymond guest of Mrs. H. was the week-en- d J. Roberts and Mrs. H. J. Roberts of Hardinsburg. Mrs. Nelson Bcauchamp and children and Miss Jennie Mc Noble of Louisville, are visiting friends here this week. Mrs. Joe Fitch of Cloverport visit ed her brother, A. J. Keys and Mrs. Keys last Sunday. Mrs. Henry Gibson received a let ter from her son, Clyde. He is now in France and may be at home in a short time, and it may be quite a while yet. Clyde said he would hunt his brother, Ernest up if he had not already sailed for the states jamin Franklin Casabranca Stephen and I will tell you my name in full. Loregia Castecn Brown. But every body calls me Fool Jake for short. Now Joe don't get Casteen and canteen mixed up together. May have my picture taken sonic day and if I do I will sure send you one. So now I can only tell you what I look like my hair is long, black, straight and as course as an Indians. High chceck bones and little black bead eyes away back in my head, and as to my neck I have none, my head is fastened to my back. Now Joe if you ever pass Lodiburg, you had better wear a pair of green glasses, or you might get a sight of mc, and that would be the last of Joe, at least your hair would turn white as some has done from sudden fears. So good night Joe. A Man and cral aid road, hut getting to use it just the same. The big toint is to vote the taxes so that the outlying districts may be protected and. at the same time get together enough money to take advantage of state and national aid. Nobody knows where that road will run, but it will help anywhere, and voting the tax helps its chances. When we realize that a large part of those competent to vote oil this question will pay no taxes whatever, and that the landowners and business men generally should favor the proposition in self defense, it seems unbelievable that there is a probability of the tax losing. Many intelligent, well meaning men arc against the tax because they do not understand the proposition. For your self and posterity, you could never do a better work than seeing your neighbors in the interest of this movement. Yes, it costs a little money but think of the benefits of spending these thousands among us for teams and labor, under skilled management, and the use of real roads thereafter. Ask your preachers, teachers, and those who judgement you regard, read the best journals and seek to vote as best serves the interests of all, and the result will some day reward your action. The people who pay the taxes, in connection with state and national supervisors, will see that the money is spent right and nobody else need worry about it. Respectfully, GOO DROAD HEADQUARTERS, By Henry DeHaven Moorman, Chairman, Publicity Committee. THE MOST DANGEROUS DISEASE Get some GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem OH No ortrnns of tho human body are so Importnnt to health nnd lonir llfo ns the Capsules at once. They are an old, tried y slow up nnd comkidneys. When tl mence to Kit; In their duties. look out! preparation U3ed all over tho world for Kind out what the troublo Is without centuries. They contain only soothing oils romhlned with dclfiy. Whenever you feel ncrvou.i, and weak, dizzy, suffer from sleeplessness, strength-KlvIn- g or have pidns In the back wake tip herbs, well known and used by physikidneys need help. Theso cians In tholr dally practice. GOLD fit oxre. Your kidHaarlem art slsrns to wnrn you that your func-t- MEDAL direct fromOil Capsules are Imported tho laboratories In ney are not per'ormlnff their They are only half Holland. They are convenient to tak. properly. iloiuK their work nnd are allowing Im- and will either give prompt relief or purities to accumulate and he convert- your money will be refunded. Ask for them at any druff store, but be sure to ed Into uric ncld and other poisons, Imported GOLD original which nre causlntr you distress and will Ket the destroy you unless thoy are driven MEDAL, brand. Accept no substitute In sealed packages. Three sizes. your system. from system-cleanslni? n, Notes with approved security are desired. Gratefully, Vic Robertson. GAS FOR Million Dollars To Loan On The world owes you nothing, unless by your own achievements you have made It your debtor. The man who Imagines that the world owes him a living has taken the first step toward knavery; the second step Is taken when he tries to collect the debt which Is not due him. The greater his success In this, the greater thief he Is, If the World. he has put Into U T.vtnan Abbott. DOES YOUR BUSINESS INTEREST YOU? 1 Continued from Page -- 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 light. 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 LOUISVILLE City Now In No Danger of Not Having Ample Supply of Fuel Gai Louisville, Ky., May 5th. The tron hies nntlulpated by Louisville us t next winter's fuel jrns nre all over and the situation which ut first prom Ised considerable litigation has been relieved. The I'ennagrade Oil anil Gas Co., composed of a number of wealthy West Virginia coal operators, has closed a contract with the Louisville Gas and Klectrlc Co. for a supply covering the next fifteen years. The I'ennagrade people have also Interested a number of Kentucky men In their project, among them Geo. T. Wood, Vice President of the Bourbon Stock Yards, Louisville ; Col. Robt. G. Evans, of Danville; Robt. M. Trimble, of ,Mt. Sterling; Rev. B. B. G. Mann, of Lexington, and Morris J. Farrls, of Danville. They propose to sell only sufficient stock to build a pipe line from the Eastern fields to Louisville. Contract for this has been placed. R. W. Moon, of Louisville, Is Fiscal Agent. Breckinridge County Farms By The Federal Land Bank of Louisville at 54 per cent Interest Ask JOHN F. KNUE McQuady, Ky. NOTICE! Owned and Controlled by Armour & Co. , Highest cash prices paid for cream and all kinds of country produce. Call on us for prices. Cmintv is simolv to- supplement the taxes al w id. thereby makine available more funds to apply on the roads in each of the six Magisterial Districts-Iapplication and effect, the order of the Eiscal Court pract ically makes it a District Tax ratlier man a county tax. winu could be plainer than this, or fairer? The idea is to take ad vantage of state aid, as a simple business proposition. 2 Amount ot tne lax. of tax nossible to collect under the order is Thi .mimint only twenty (20) cents on each one hundred dollars of tax able property. This means that the average property taxpayer only pays about two ($2.00) dollars per year, that the or man without propertv. pays absolutely noth- ing, and that the corporations and people with the money bear the burden. It is as it should be, in this matter, the laborer, tenant, young men, and others' who have not been fortunate enough to acquire property, or who have lost it, nave an opportunity to cast their ballot compelling the others to build better roads for use of all. 3 Disposition of Money Raised Under the order, which controls, this taxes must be spent in the district in which it is collected. The entire matter, as a business proposition, is presented by the following table of facts and figures, as furnished, f1 i. nnll-rnvnnvp- Drop in and see me rs Hardinsburg, Ky. DILLON U. S. RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of Railroad! LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILROAD to-w- it: Earthern Jars, Egg Banks Resurrect the old earthen jar from the cellar. Filled with watergluss it possesses magic akin to Aladdin's wonderful lamp. Eggs put in it now can be taken out next fall and winter when high prices return, and it is not unlikely they will double in price id that time. Farmers and pultrymen, especially city dwellers who keep poultry, are being urged by poultry specialists of the United States Department of Agriculture to preserve eggs in waterglass solution this spring and early summer when thoy are relatively cheap, for use during the fall and winter when the are relatively scarce and high in price. This plan is meeting with ready and widespread response, as as has been shown by demands for information as to how to. preserve eggs, and by reports received from druggists who have noted a marked increase in their sales of waterglass. Poultry specialists say that there will be a great increase in the number of eggs preserved this season as compared to former years. This is of benefit to tho producer and to the consumer alike. It benefits the producer because it stimulates the consumption of eggs which usually fulls off during the period of highest price, and it benefits the consumer by making it possible for him to have good, wholesome eggs for liberal use during the season of high prices. One effective means employed by tho poultry specialists to encourage tho preserving of eggs has been to demonstrate the process, the specialists and homo demonstration agents giving demonstrations in homes and department stores in many States. for District Assessment $1,895,398 1,283,374 1,001,514 1,307,537 777,411 1,051,429 KiRtucky Crtameriis, Inc. Lcal Purposes. $3,790.70 2,500.75 2,123.02 2,015.07 1,554.82 2,102.80 ( Moner raised To be raised by J0c levy by 15c levy $2,842.95 1,924.95 1,592.20 1.901.1O 1,100.10 1,577.14 First Second Total for road work $0,033.05 4,491.70 3,715.28 4,570.17 2,720.82 3,079.93 Total with State Aid 18,953 12,833 10,015 13,040 7,774 10,514 THOMAS SMITH, Mgr. S'tephensport, Ky. BEECHFORK Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Hie Insurance. ) The new policies of the New York Life are the last word in modern life insurance. There is no contract written by any company more complete, more perfect. For particulars see Everybody very busy and news very scarce. $73,735 $25,817.05 $14,753.10 $11,004.49 $7,370,003 Totals Homer Taul went to McQuady, In addition to the above the assessment of Franchises and Thursday on business. tangible property of the various corporations in the county will Mr. and Mrs. Dud Morton went to be approximately $2,000,000 which will yield $7,000 for road Cloverport, Saturday shopping. by State Aid will amount Mr. and Mrs. Will Camp visited her purposes. This $7,000 supplemented grandmother, Mrs. J. E. Brickey last to $17,500 for "road purposes within Breckinridge county, not Sunday at Balltown. bne dollar of which is collected from. Breckinridge county citi Bud Pate was in Cloverport, Fri- zens. day. Herbert Hall Ageat source paid to the State each year and continually growing larger- This plus the $2,514 raised by the 3 cent tax makes $0,714 which we pay to the State each year and not one dollar If you are looking for a good of which will ever be spent in Breckinridge county unless we farm near Louisville, on the Invote the 20 cent tax, and take advantage of State Aid. diana side: wo can offer you shopping. y rice us y Conclusion some Dig oargains. Jim Johnson and daughters, were wnat you warn,. intelligently and fairly consider this proposition first To the guests of his sister, Mrs. Bob f brush aside the, misrepresentations and misconceptions that Blake, Sunday. James Pate of near Cloverport, was may be exertiong influence. The reason for this election is not Kentucky and Indiana the guest of Miss Jessie May Pate, me construction pf a National Highway, as this is only an inci Realty Go. Sunday. dental argument. Other similar counties are and we must 10UISVIUE, KY. 26 8. Fifth Slreet build some permanent road, regardless of this great opportun Watting Light A lighting expert says that about ity to get national aid- - Where he road runs in the county, or $200,000,000 worth of light Is wasted Whether it crosses at all or not, should not lose one vote for ChcrfulneM Wins. Wondrous Is the strength of cheer- every year la this country through the proposed tax. If it goes up the river, only the tax of those fulness, altogether paat 'calculations failure to keep windows, globes, reis envolyed; such is the case if it goes by its powers of endurance. Efforts, to flectors and other light sources free districts tocuhed from dust and dirt The lighting bill Cloverport and Hardinsburg, Balltown and Hardinsburg or fee permanently useful, mutt be for the nation la about 1500,000,000, Joye a spirit of sHBsfclae Fordsville and Hardinsburg, the rest of the county applying raciul from every, gUflaow beawtl- - aad If this f expert Is right, we are wastUg twe-i- Uu ef this. taxes in the districts in which collected, regardless of the Fed? Indiana Farms, Owen Pate was in Hardinsburg, on which the of "the county pay 3 cents per $100 for one day last week. State road purposes or a total to the State each year of $2,5U. J". M. Beatty went a fishing one day ' We have in the county about COO automobiles on which this week and caught a nice string' of the average tax for license is about $7.00 or $4,200 from this fish. tax-paye- rs Breckinridge countyxassesses for State purposes $8,380,077 Mrs. J. M. Beatty and Mrs. Fred Davis were in Cloverport, one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Len AVeatherholt were in Balltown one day last week - MONEY IN OIL STOCK 1 One good Investment Is worth mora than the savings of a lifetime. Wo have holdings In Nelson County and options In Lee, Cumberland and Morgan. Oklahoma has made her millions! This Is Kentucky's Day. t Pamphlet containing particulars furnished upon request. ubI-forw- ly The Rolling Fork Oil & Gas Co. (Incorporated) 84 Kenyon Bldg.t -- LOUISVILLt, KY. 901 We areready to fill your orders quick. Six car loads of THE BRICKKNKIDGI NEWS, CLOVXXPORT, KENTUCKY tailment were to the effect that the ground had already been rented or bought; that it had been prepared for the crop, entailing large labor costs and that the beds were sprouting and that to abandon a large portion of the cror would mean an immediate hnan cial loss to those involved, whej-eathere was a prospect for farmers to when sell their tobacco to shipping facilities to foreign countries became more normal. Assertions As To Shortage Vc3tcrday the extension division of the College of Agriculture of the Kentucky University announced that We are backing our efforts statistics gathered by that orgaruza tion showed there is scarcely any to to please you by giving you bacco in foreign countries outside of a full dollar's worth for ev- the army of occupation and that the immediate needs of those countries ery dollar spent in this arc estimated at 000,000,000 pounds to Store. fill the stocks of manfacturers and This takes no account of dealers. stocks in the hands of consumers. ftT nn Bovs' blue sorco The crop of last year provided an WliUU and C'1' novelty exportable surplus of only 400,000,0o0 knee pants; sizes 6 to 16 yrd. pounds, despite the fact that it was the largest crop on record. CO QQ Men'8 Heavy Calf, In" view of the wider market that genuine oak leathwill be presented when ocean ship er eolo plow Shoes; regular ping becomes more readily availaDle, .$3 50 values. it is argued by officers of the State college that there will be absorbed QRn Men's fancy Madras UpUi and Percale Dress all of the surplus that might result Shirts and blue Charubray year. from even a greater crop this work Shirts; cheaper than The language of the statement issued you can make them. by the College of Agriculture is very emphatic: Per Ball, any color "Taking into consideration the ab5c. oansiiK. normal conditions in the world's toGood quality stripe bacco market, next year's crop outKQn This is look appears very favorable. uuui Galatea Petticoats, it) blue ana brown grounds; true even when we consider that the splendid values. United States, from present indication, will produce several million good (1 OK Children'sGingham pounds more than ever before in its quality history." Dresses, 6 to 12 years. The reference to "next year's" crop is considered to mean the next agricultural year or crop year. Grocery Specials American Tobacco Company's View Tobacco An officer of the American well discussing the situation Company, 73c, O'Cedar Mops; made and serviceable said: Large size bottle of ' "There is undoubtly a shortage of O'Cedar Oil. tobacco throughout the world and prices for the next crop will be at a Large can of Van point where there will be a good proCamp's Hominy. These prices fit for the producer. will probably not be as high as those an Holly Brand 1 En I Obi Hice and Milk with prevailing during the greater part of sun maid Ktixins. Try it;' this year, because of the abnormal something good. war conditions, but the demand will be great enough to keep prices well Just received a fresh supply above the cost of production and of "Little Chick" Feed and money. farmers are bound to make Chicken Feed. Tobacco growers in foreign countries have been unable to produce tobacco on the usual scale because of war conditions, and there has been a greater GOLDEN RULE STORE use of American tobacco than ever KY. CL0VERP0RT, before. In "the past foreign countries have used principally the heavy types of tobacco krown in this country, but with the increased use of Burley and the enforced use of Burley to supply the deficiency of dark or heavy tobicco in the United States, Burley tobacco must be in greater des Golden Rule Good Roads Speaking . MERCHANDISE s Store There will be speaking at the following points in Breckinridge county on Saturday, May 10 1919, in the interest of the Special Election to vote a tax of twenty cents on each One Hundred Dollars of prop&rty subject to local taxation. Come out and hear someone explain what the Special Road Tax will mean to the county and your immediate district. . e Just received. More dn the road moving this way, and ethers about ready to start. We are unloading a car of Specials. American Woven Wire Fence in tho various higlit and inches to 47 inches hijrh. in hrhvy weights. We Imvt? tho twelve inch stay. Just diracntions, fro n 26 both tlio medium and tho six inch stav and unloaded a car of Wood row Guster 10 00 11 00 A. M. A. M. 12 M. , Dyer Constantino Hudson Madrid McDaniels Roff 11 30 A. M. West View Sample Union Star 5 00 10 00 11 P A. M. M.( 00 A.M. Fryrairo Mooleyvillo Chenault Amnions Stephensport COMPOSITION RUBBER ROOFING in tho different grades of two and three ply. The kind that lats. Just unloaded tome unusunlly nice prades of Lumber. Fresh Lime and Cement just received. Come to see us or write to us for prices. We think we can please you in both price and quality, and we make it our busm s to (ill orders promptly, and not keep you waiting. Send us your orders. viuO P. P. 2 30 P. M. 4 00 P. M. 1 00 1 45 M. M. 12 00 M: 00 P. M. 2 00 P. M. 3 00 P. M. 4 00 P. M. 1 IS THIS YOUR OPPORTUNITY? FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON. Manager PLAMNG MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY. FORDSVILLE. Company. We $100000 is offered to anyone that ' can prove thatta higher grade speculative security is sold than & the stock of the Fennagrade Oil Gas can prove to the wliu managed and GAS Growth of the Kentucky 'Business of the i that it is properly that it will have a very substantial earning from the sale of Louisville Gas & Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company Year Company. Electric 48c, 1869 1919 . .... . in Fifty years Insurance In Ifui Force In Kentucky I want a Local Man to represent me in your territory to sell Fennagrada Oil & Gas Company stpek. Applications from those furnishing the highest references will be considered. R. W. $750,000.00 $43,234,719.00 417 West Main . . Fiscal Agent Street Louisville, Ky. Moon, The Mutual Benefit has Twelve Million Dollars more insurance in force on the lives of Kentuckians than anj' other company. The first seventy-tw- o 4 policy-issue- in Kentucky was in 1847, years ago. 'Insuring in the cMutual Benefit is a Family Habit in Kentucky" A BOON TO Try a News Classified Ad on Something KENTUCKY is The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company COMPARE THESE PRICES WE GUARANTEE A SAVING and beneficiaries paying to Kentucky policy-holde- rs and investing in Kentucky more money than premiums collected in Kentucky. The Louisville Agency is the oldest and largest Life Insurance Agency in the State of Kentucky mand. The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY W. W. DENNIS & COMPANY, 504 West Main Street General Agents Louisville, Kentucky actual surplus of' tobacco. The bulk of tobacco that is being offered for sale now is of very low grade and foreign shipping conditions, demorLooking to Kentucky to Supply Tobacco. Shortage alized by the war, have been such that foreign shipments have been Manufacturers with large Shall Kentucky raise all the tobac- nounced diversity of opinion among curtailed. stocks of tobacco of all grades on inco, possible in order to supply "the those families with the tobacco hand have hesitated tp continue load world shortage that is said to exist or dustry of Kentucky as to the course ing up until they could see an outlet to pursue. Matt S. Cohen, commisshall it limit the production in order sioner of agriculture, started his cam- for their present stocks. Consequentthat prices of tobacco may be main- paign a month ago, with a view to ly prices have declined and they will tained to the point where the grower preventing a crop continue at this level until there is a may be assured a reasonable profit this year, but the Kentucky State Uni- prospect of improved foreign shipand not exposed to the danger of a versity department of agriculture yes- ping conditions and then we can look disastrous slump in price? terday put forth its argument for a for a rise prices. "There is unquestionably a very This is the question that today i large crop. fronts those interested in one of the Interests identified with the Ameri- large shortage of tobacco throughout State's greatest products and chief can Tobacco Company express the the world, and the United States will opinion that a large crop of tobacco be called upon to fill this demand, sources of revenue. Linked with the question of wheth- raised here will yield a profitable re- and those farmers who go in for a large crop will certainly not miss it. er the shortage that exists is such turn to farmers. Says Curtailment Not Needed that prices will be held up regardless Mr. Cohen's Argument. of the volume of production. At meetings held here and in Lex"The campaign for crop curtailThis situation which is one of the ington Mr. Cohen said that acreage ment, based on the' assumption that most important that has ever con- figures presented to the Department there is an of tobacfronted the tobacco men of. Kentucky, of Agriculture of the State indicated co, is wrong, and, furthermore, it was was brought to a head Thursday that the crop this year would surpass undertaken at a time when it was imwhen the Kentucky State University's in volume that grown in Kentucky possible for farmers to change their department of agriculture issued a last year. Last year's crop was the plans without great loss in many inbulletin setting forth that there is a largest in the history of the State, stances, because the land had already serious shortage in the supply of to- Prices were also tlfe highest in his- been bought or rented and prepared bacco and that the tobacco users of tory on all grades of tobacco. He for the crop. A campaign of this ..i.i the world are looking to Kentucky to called attention to the fact that prices wiiuiawici aiancu at vital4 time .wuuiu t provide for them. during the past six weeks, had declin- scarcely result in curtailment. On the olier hand Matt S. Cohen, ed approximately 00 per cent because "The crop this year will be, unCqinnu'siouer of Agriculture, has tak- of a falling off in the demand due to doubtedly unprecedentedly large and en (he stand that the interests of the the ending of the war. He predicted prices will be such that farmers will tobacco growers require that the crop bankruptcy for Kentucky tobacco profit." in Kentucky this year be limited in farmers unless 'there was an; immedMr. Cohen was not at his office in order that the prices may be kept at iate and drastic curtailment of the Frankfort today, but was at some the necessary level. crop. point in Western Kentucky, and could Arguments presented against cur not be reached. There has developed a very pro record-breakin- g I over-producti- D0WELL & BESS. Hardinsburg, Ky. "In addition to this there has been an enormous increase in the use of cigarettes all over the world, and especially in the United States. We have begun a more extensive use of burley tobacco in he manufacture of this article and this increased use will make a further drain on the burley market. Shipping Affects Prices "Prices on all grades of tobacco at the present time are considerably below the high level prevailing earlier this year, but this is not due to an We are featuring two standard brands of Quality Tires. at a of 25 to 50 compared to other prices on tires. saving We are in a position to quote these extra LUW jfKlGUS because we buy m large quantities FOR CASH, direct from the manufacturers, thereby saving the middleman's profit and besides we receive the maximum discount. Don't pay 35 to 50 more for service or advertised tirei when' we can sell you for less and give you a written guarantee with each tire. All new, fresh, stock, not a tire in our days. house manufactured over forty-fiv- e . LOOK FOR YOUR SIZE AND HURRY 'hand-wrapped ; 25 TO 50 hand-wrapped NATIONAL TIRES White Guaranteed Size 30x3 32x3 & 31x4 33x4 34x4 34x4 35x4 36x4 37x5 Hand-Wrappe- . HAYWARD TIRES White Guaranteed Hand-Wrappe- PEERLESS TIRES Guaranteed Size 30x3 30x3 82x3 31x4 ' d d 3,500 Mile. 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