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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, 171 $150 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. MAY 14,1919 8 VOL. XLIII. Pages No. 46 FIFTH VICTORY LOAN GOES Over the ,Top at Irvington. Under the Inspiration of 1 . Miss Mary Moorman Who Has "been, a Missionary in China 15 Years Gets Leave missionary Miss Mary Moorman, in China, was here Sunday spending the day with her cousin, Mr. Chas. Lightfoot and Mrs. Lightfoot. From here she went to Owensboro to visit before leaving for Atlanta to attend the Baptist Convention. Miss Moorman has been in China for fifteen years' under the Mission Board of the Baptist church. Last she wa, in a hospital most of time owing to her health, and she the was given a furlough until February 1020 in which to return to- the States. She will return here in June for an - I rrkrni a n a inrniv rrrpiAV Big Road Meeting At Big r.. opuug, may 1jlu, mm o! ,flf ATII I A WII T J. kmJmJLX M XXJU M. JU7 BY ORDER OF FISCAL COURT The. Jazz Band- - To be Held in Breckinridge County on May, 20th., 1919, for the , Purpose of Voting a Tax of 20 Cents on Each $100 of Propsent: erty Subject to Local Taxation. in for A held Big A Big Good Road Meeting will be at The Ben Clarkson Home, at Spring, Ky., Friday, May 10, 1010. big dinner will be served for all. The following speakers will be pre MAKE A TRIP ON THE OHIO RIVER Being Arranged by Navy Dept. Destroyers, Su b m a r i n e s, Chasers and Flying Boats to - "t , ? and At a regular term of Court continued and held Ky. Irvington, Ky., May 12, 1010 (Specbe SeenBreckinridge County at the Court House in Hardinsburg, on Rodman Wiley, State Road Super ial) The Fifth Victory Loan drive , 1919. visor, Frankfort, Ky. was celebrated in a very enthusiastic Apr., 9th-So that the people of the West Judge Clarence Wells, Owensboro, ionu-manner nere ifsl r l y Present Hon. S. B. Payne, P. J. B. C, and the following Ky. may have a close view of the types May 5th. Chairman, VV. J. named Justices of the Peace, Esqs.. Robbins, Kccnan, McCoy, Everybody cordially invited to at of ships used in the War against the lind.Mrs'. R. B. McGlothlan, chairman Heron, Bennett and Howard and being all the Justices now in tend. the Navy Department is now of the woman's division did their part flotilla assembling an Commission in Breckinridge County. The Big Spring Good Road ;ito bring up the quota of $200,400 for ' Breckinridge to make the trip on the Mississippi county, In Re Special Road Tax Election. visit with relatives. River and its tributaries. John Morris, Sec'y. 'The leading feature being a Jazz extended On motion made by Esq.. Heron, seconded by Esq. Howard, These ships and implements of warCarchestra from Camp Zachary Taylor fare used against German it is ordered that a Special Election.be called and held in and for Corp. Law.under the leadership of are being sent to the middle west Breckinridge County, Kentucky, for the purpose of submitting to GOOD rence Jones, pianist Corp. Sidney H. waters so that part of the country Ander-t'sof- y Cohen, violinist, Corp Milo D. of voting a tax of 20 cents the voters of said county, the question may have a full opportunity to have Simpson, GOING drummer, Corp. Wm. on the $100 on all property subject by law to a local taxation a close inspection of the vessels, guns Saxophone, Corp Pete D. Kawekin, for the construction of and equipment which the Navy used ukulele, Bugler Raymond Turnbull,;To fie Hdd Jn Hardinsburg under Section 157A of the Constitution, Public Roads in the county, same to be for a period of 10 years Big Crowd Hear the Speakers. in clearing the sea of the enemy 'their part in securing subscriptions. May 16 and 17. Prof. Bowlds and it is provided that no amount of money in any year, in excess Are Enthusiastic for Good The flotilla will consist of the U. S. through their- musical presentations of the amount that can be raised by the. levy during that year, Conference Chairman. Roads and the Tax. S. Isabel, a destroyer type, the suband personal solicitations. shall be expended in that year, and provided further that the tax marine three submarine chasers Pvt. Wm. Simpson sold bonds to A demobilization Conference Where cn 1vJr1 ntirl ?n orirh ATnirtcf frml Fiictrirfr nf Mif Pnnnfv . f . OKA TU. anm . A large and enthusiastic crowd of and two flying boats, all of which the problems of the returned soldiers 'shall be apportjoneti to sucn District in which it is levied and good roads men and womc finlled the with their officers and crews haVe . . r i i. ' orcnesira was 01 suv.ii cAuayiuuim e at Hardinsburg last seen active service in the war zone. facility that the response was quick Said Election so called is to be held on May 20, 1919. The expedition will be in command THey were there to hear Monday. ana spontaneous 10 uie pumi ui sui.11 May io and 17. These conferences I. A. T. Beard, Clerk Breckinridge" County, do hereby cer- the good roads question and the 20 of Lieutenant Commander Thomas G. J. lur iiu cutuic as ....1.1 uui l: iuuiu ocminns are being held throughout the State t'ify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the order cent tax discussed. Berrien, U. S. Navy, who is now at ' be refused. .'in all of the counties and with the , militia-t fli pWrinn fnr Mnv Sfflrh 1010 nnrl rlip nl.m fnr rW pv- - And under the able presentation of the Submarine Base at Key West. (..It -- f " pep, push ana i Tl J A. . nunrlitiirp nf thf nmnpv rnllprtprl in pnrli TVTrirrJcrpriril DisfvJpf the question which was so plainly The Isabel, which will be commanded T null." which acted as a stimulus to the T n...u. and eloquently put by the distingush by Lieutenant T. N. Vinson, U. S. throng to do their part in going "over Breckinridge County High School has in the County as it appears of record in my office. Navy has sailed Navy ward were the top" and we will in due time. Witness my hand, as Clerk of said Court, this April 11th., ed speakers who woman present, there at Philadelphia tofrom the other ships been appointed conference chairman, join the present who wasn't a man or Hawaiian, Pete D. Kawekin The. and has issued printed invitations to 1919. Continued on page five were noe deeply and sincerely con kept the crowds attention with his various persons requesting their A. T. BEARD, verted to the needs and advantages memukefele solos and jiggs. The on those two days. Clerk, Breckinridge County Court. of good roads and to the fact that it bers of the orchestra enjoyed a 2 A verv interesting program has will take money to get them. home of Mr. and o'clock dinner at JAMESJRANK Prof. Bowlds and been In fact the air both inside and out Mrs. W, J. Piggott lunch furnished. among t,.B.Maipa who are to dis-- j side the courthouse weafted the spir y patriotic women of, the corn- cuss the demobiliration probelms are it of good roads and " vote the tax. Leaves All of His Property to munity. . was with the y. . " Men from nearly every district in f Twenty. serving were R. L. Payne, who & Those assisting in His Son, Orval Frank, and Its Name and Fame Will Live as the county were present and brought G. N. Lydlan, Adele Mesdames. Second Legislative District, A. L. Terstegge, Argonne Forest; Makes Him Executor. O. F. iBrite. W. J. Piggott, R. Long as the Heart Knows the good word that the tax would Louisville Auto Club; Prof. Composed of the Counties of Mum- - President B. McGlotnlan and Miss Ellen Continued oh page five J. R. Meado'r, Rev. ,J. .F. Knue, . Moor- Passion and as Long as Life ... The will of James Prank, of Hardinsford. The. following young ladies , Breckinridge and Hancock. T fi nT burg, was probited in the County Court were seated at the table with the boysVf " Cathedral, the big bell tolls the knell of Has Woe. By virture of an act of the last Legparting day and sounds the chimes at Monday, April 27. He willed, islature, the foregoing counties are First, That all his just debts be paid. the coming of the morn'. merged into one Legislative District, Now after reading this little speal, Second, That the residue of his prop. Irvington citizens praises of, this Then you move on down to Riverside - crriMin nf enlptiHirt vonnor men is in .. and will, in future have but one ReD You'll say his bead is full of pied-urty g to his son. .rval Frank This Drive where the beautiful Ohio, shining county wheels; Breckinridge ana very eviaeni in uicir resentative. Uoua appiaua like a minor, flowing on and on, ever included all of his property of every having the largest population and But oh, just give me a rod and reel, mieu. and in the joyous way they 'Tis kind, character or description. mute with its joys and sorrows Dr. J. At. waiKer .01 oewicyvmc, furn,shing the most voters, it is a And I'll live and die in old ''Cow Heel." then you stop and pander, "Could the "I will said property to my son, Ortreated them. was in Hardinsburg, Monday. Says being the first representative of the trag- val Prank, to the exclusion of my other waters speak as they flow, what a children, for the sole reason that I have he attended 200 cases of flu during logical supposition. that the hbnor of Away back to the time, when the edy they would unfold." BaBy Wins Diamond Ring. the late epidemic and only lost one new District fall upon a citizen "Cow Heel" is the busiest place in lived with him for the last ten or twelve memory of man runneth not, Thomas The doctor is ,a good physi-!0- f They have the railroad years, and he has looved after and cared Cloverport Bohler owned a brindle cow that ans- yvitj, th;s explanation aside, I beg wered to the name of "Sally McGundy.' shops, three or four groceries, a black-Sh- e for me during said time. I feel that my Maruice Adrian Mattingly, one year cian and like all good doctors is a children, who know this to be a qld son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Mat- good roads man. Says the tax will t0 submit myself a candidate for the was of a friendly disposition and smith shop and grist mill, Saint Rose other Xrt liic nrprinrt. said honor, and to earnestly solicit would wag her tail and smile when she church and school, a good hotel and fact, will not feel that I intended to or tingly of Mattingly, Ky., won the have done an injustice to any of them." your vote and influence. diamond ring, a prize offered by a would see Tom coming about milking numerous boarding houses, and about He named his son, Orval Prank, exBaccalaureate Sermon given at that place last week, To the voters of Breckinridge If time whistling "Home, Sweet Home" 500 of the best people on earth show you feel that my faithful effort and Alas and alack, what would poor old ecutor of his estate without bond to the prettiest baby in the town. Howard Payne it being just out. John The will was dated July 23, I9I8, and The baccalaureate sermon for the earnest endeavor to serve you in a had hardly finished the last note before Cloverport, do if it wasn't for "Cow Master Maurice Adrian is a handchap who weighs 29 pounds. Cloverport High School graduating creditable and satisfactory manner, in Tom had it and was trj ing to teach it to Heel" aud "String Tow.i on the Hill?" witnessed by Eliza Miller and D. D. some Do well. Muffett. He came out on top in the contest class of 1919 will be preached by Rev. the last Legislature, merits some Sallie McGundy. Sunday evening, May measure of reward. I would greatly with over nine hundred thousand W. O. Rickard, But something happened one day that 20th at the Baptist church. appreciate your endorsement and sup- made Tom think: . votes. port for "I would not live always, To the Voters of Hancock Being I care not to stay." a comparative stranger to you ana But it afterwards made a name, likewise feeling that you are entitled to know a little history. Sally was in a bad something about the man who is solimood, but Tom didn't find it out until citing your support, and while I it was too late She being familiar with ' should much prefer that your infor- the Marquis of Queensberry rules that be-cau- se mation came from some other source, time prize ring, and at 'l feel that I am justified in giving you dominate the bite and kick shethat kicked. it was fair to 'a brief introduction. Tom lapsed into a state of innocuous I raised the pig that won first in the Fig Club of desuetude for about an hour. After re I served as Representative last year. I have them good enough to win Breckinridge" county in the last turning from dreamland Tom found on page five again this year, if properly fitted, and they are himself reciting a stanza from Nebupriced worth the money too. These are tho chadnezzar, which runs thusly: Young Couple Marries kicd of pigs that go out and make good and Is this me, or not me? Or has the devil got me? please their owners. Kirk, Ky., May 12. (Special) Mr. Was that a caution shot me? Romie Willighby and Miss Pauline In a few weeks I will ho weaning some of the Have I lain here mor'n a week? Anthony, were married in Hardinsbest pigs that I have ever raised. See them beIn a few days a stoue bruise develburg, May 5th., at the home of Rev. fore you buy elsewhere. Hero you get the pig on Sally's .heel aud that end of Wilson. Mr. Willighby was eighteen oped length-byou buy; no drawing for choice, no lottery. years of age and the son of Perry town being without a name, a mass meeting was held, headed by Os Holder, AnWillighby of McQuady. Miss I Hell hogs and satisfaction. was decided to call it "Cow thony was thirteen years old and is and it The sows of my herd come from three of the the youngest daughter of Mr. and Heel." afterward Sally hobbled states of the Union. I have Por years best Mrs. R. Anthony of Kirk. around on three legs, using the other as never let money stand between me and the hog Mr. Willighby wore a blue serge kind of rudder to guide her oil her suit andhis bride wore a lovely blue a I wanted to improve my herd. weary way. From one upper cut and a taffeta draped in white lace. Mr stone bruise she immortalized herself by 1 also have two males large enough for service Anthony, Mrs. Dora B, Gray. Mr, furnishing such a pretty name for the from a litter of ten, choice individuals, for sale Eddie Dooley and little Miss Mildred loveliest part of Cloverport. Belle Dooley were present at the now. DEPARTMENT TRUST wedding. The pork barrel is the end of the hog. I have As you stroll down the beautiful BouA beautiful table was spread at the on a moonlit the kind that fill it. home of the bride's sister, Mrs. levards of "Cow Heel" and stray Into the enBank of Hardinsburg Clarence Dooley at Kirk. The young summer's night, of Rue Salut couple are making their home in Mc- chanting rose gardens katydids argue Mr, Willighby is em- Dennis, you listen to the Quady where SAFETY SERVICE STRENGTH (he much mooted question as to whether ployed on the, railroad. We all wish And did or whether them mucji joy and hapiness. The katy wander Into Saint Rose Court, thU is a true, friHd of. the. then you writer of wkerc from the dome of the beautiful bride, who will be misted by all. Robert E. Woods, Louisville, Ky. Senator Hite Huffaker, Louisville, c"iyear s CONFERENCE FOR ROADS U-bo- THE EX-SOLDIE- RS OVER - K-- 5, h , 1 tf" r' :rir Court-hous- - . olut Z ANNOUNCEMENT f "COWJEL" y Con-nif- L. r-o- f. " p i there-case- T rT I We are for good roads we prefes to do business with our customers during their lifetime rather than with their estate after death and we . believe good roads will Breckinridge county. Big Type Poland Chinas The Farmer's Hog. ed en the life of every citizen of ; hog-produci- Hit &4TtiCo. katy-dldn'- t. VIC PILE, Harned, Ky. VI THE BRKCKENRIDGI MVWt, CLOVBXPOKE, WCHTUC1CY MAY 14 THC SMOOTHEST SMOKING TOBACCO Smoke over your problems. A iHe drawin' on a fren'ly pipe often saves a heap of drawin' on a bank account. f f Velvet is a friendly tobacco in the truest sense, because, like friendship, it has been allowed to ripen natur ally nothing forced or unnatural. r ' There are "hurry up" ways with tobacco but only patient ageing (two years in wooden hogs- - , heads) can bring out the mellowness that seta Velvet apart mildness Velvet's nature-age- d and smoothness make it Just right for cigarettes. Roll a Velvet Cigarette You know what mellowness is now think of a good friend who is never harsh to you. Thero you have the big thing about Velvet mellow friendliness. You and Velvet begin your friendship today. Louis Algdod who died Wednesday, was buried the following day in the Garfield cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Atvah Basham arc guests of the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Marr. Jesse Bruington has resigned his position with B. F, Beard & Co., and is now at home. Mrs. Abram Compton and baby. visited friends and relatives in Jndi anapotis last week. Mr. and Mrs. AIzo Milan announce the arrival'of a baby boy, May C. Truman Mcador, who died, in Call fornia, Friday week was brought here Sunday afternoon and buried Monday in the Freedom cemetery, The wife, four children, mother, father, several brothers and sisters We extend our sympothy survive. to the bereaved family. Mrs. Tom Rhodes and little daugh ter of Hardinsburg returned home Monday after a visit with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dennis. Miss Nancy Glasscock has gone to St. Louis for an indefinite stay. Traveling salesman. E. Mc. Davis, was in town last week. Mrs. Bettie Spradlin of Irvington was the guest of Mrs. Octara Gray last week. Misses Lucy. Ruth and Ruby Le Grand with their guest Miss ilucy E, Haynes of Texas, were guests of their aunt, Mrs. D. D. Dowell and Mr. Dowell in Hardinsburg last week. Miss Clara May and Mrs. Raymond Stansberry were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Henningcr. Jim Gray died Thursday and was buried the following day in the Gar field cemetery by the Masons. Mrs. Sarah Johnson is visiting Mrs, Jim Kennedy and Mr. Kennedy. Mr. Dempsie Morris and daughter, Mrs. Laufallette of Louisville, came Sunday night to visit relatives. Mrs. V. B. Mattingly was in Louis ville last week. Tom Wilson of Woodrow died Sat urday after a short illness. He was buried at Good Hope, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. French of Mystic, attended the funeral of her uncle, Truman Meador. a The Flow of Meat of the live stock in the United States has to be raised in the West. Two-thirds One-hal- f live in the Bast. of the consumers of meat In other words, most of, the live stock is one or two thousand miles distant from most of the people who need it in the form of food. Fifty years ago, when live stock was raised close to every consuming center, the country butcher could handle the job after a fashion. But the job got too big. Now millions of animals have to be moved hundreds of miles to millions of people. Somewhere on the way they have to be turned into meat. The packers solved the problem. They set up plants where the "live haul" and the "meat haul" 'were in the right balance. They built up distributing systems refrigerator cars, refrigerating plants, branch houses. They saved time, money and meat everywhere. The stockraiser benefited in better markets and higher prices; the consumer, in better meat and lower prices. As the' country grew, the packers had to grow, or break down. Because of its present size and efficiency, BIG SPRING Vote for the 20 cent Road Tax. There will be a good roads meeting held here Friday 10. All are invited to attend. Will be several speakers present. The ladies are invited to come and bring a basket as lunch will be served. The meeting will be held at the home of B. S. Clarkson. Schuyler Martin, was in Louisville, last week. Mrs. Jim Norris was called to Frymire May 3, to see her mother, Mrs Barger, who was ill. She passed a- way May 5. Her death was due to blood poison from a scratch. Miss Myrtle Moorman has return ed from a visit to her brother, Ray mond and Mrs. Moorman, Louisville, While there she purchased a Kurtz-man 1.5 TOBACCO NOTEs FROM THE COUNTY I Mil-.ner I Swift & Company is able to perform its part in this service at a fraction of a cent per pound profit week-en- d Sarah Richardson and Mrs. Wm. the guest of Mrs. Frank C. 'Ferry in Cloverport. last week. piano. Russel Dowell visited his mother, R. A. Smith was in Hardinsburg, Miss Mary Eleanor Scott spent the Mrs Cartha Dowell at Irvington, Fri- Monday. with her sister, Mrs. Will day and Saturday. Mrs. E. E. Branson returned to her week-eni Guy Gibson of Sample called on liome near Henderson after a visit to Miller of Louisville. Miss Rhuellma Dowell, Sunday. her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Canary and Mrs. Lillymae Scott is the guest of UNION STAR Mrs. Scott Cart is visiting her Mr. Canary. her daughter, Mrs. Will Miller in daughter, Mrs. A. G. Haynes of Sug- - j Miss Henrietta Shively left Tues- Louisville. She will make a visit to ; r :.!HB, ur it day for Louisville, where she will be her sister, Mrs. Melville Eskridge in flpo fny anil Mrs. fnv at Lnflihiirt?. ar Tre Run Misses Lill!an and Mayme Cart the guest of Mrs. H. J. Rice and Mr. Owensboro, before returning. MrPnv Hr3 Mrs. Kemper writes that she is en business trip to Hardinsburg. Satur- called on the Misses Severs, Sunday Rice. to Southern will be transferred afternoon. day. joying her trip and work and that she Miss Liss Cashman was .he guest g WEBSTER Misses Ruby and Cecil Leigh B. Severs, Sunday France. She has been in Paris doing of Mystic are visiting their grand- of Mrs. F. canteen work with the Y. M. C. A. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stiff at Vote for .the 20 cent Road Tax. Mrs. John Dooley who has been ill Amnions. Miss M. Compton of Raymond for some time passed away Friday STEPHENSPORT Orville McCoy made a business trip spent Saturday night and Sunday with and was laid to rest Saturday afterto Stcphensport, Saturday. Vote for the 20 cent Road Tax. Mr. and Mrs. A. Chappel. noon, at the Baptist cemetery. FunG. D. Lawsou was in Lodiburgl J. H. Lay of New Albany, Ind., Miss Laura Norris Claycomb and eral services conducted by Rev. Allen spent last week with his mother, Mrs. Miss Mayme Saturday. Jordon spent Sunday Mrs. Essye Wegnast spent Thurs- - Olevia Lay. with Mr. and Mrs. Pevton Claycomb. day with Mrs. Hamma Bennett and Mrs. O. C. Shellman returned HILL ITEMS Miss Mayme Baumen of Louisville, (urday from a week's visit with rela- - who has been very sick with scarlet News has reached here of the ar- - tives in Louisville, Vote for the ,20 cent Road Tax. fever is at home for a short stay. rival of a fine boy that has come to Dr G. E. Shively and Merlin Elder There will be preaching at the Miss Edna McGavock spent Sun make his home with Mr. and Mrs. went to Louisville last week return-V- . Memorial next Sunday morning day with Miss Helen Lyddan. E. Dodson of Kansas. Mrs. Dod- - ing in Dr. Shively's new car. and evening by the Rev. T. N. Wil Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McGavock son was Miss Winnie Bennett of this James English of Amnions visited spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and liams. Communion will be observed place before her marriage to Mr. his grandmother, Mrs. A. B. in the morning. Everybody cordially Mrs. P. J. Henderson. who formerly lived at Fry- - ford last week. invited to attend. Mr. J. E. Carter of Irvington spent V. J.. Schopp was in Hardinsburg, mire. Mr. and Mrs. John Blythe from off Saturday night with W. E. Compton. N. G. Barbee of Stephcnsport, was last Monday the Pike spent Monday night with a caller in town Saturday morning. L D Fox of Hardinsburg, was in Miss Alta StClair spent several Mrs. Blythe's sister, Miss Annie days of last week with her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Krousli were town Wednesday Allen, dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. N. J. Miss Henrietta Shively was in P. J. Henderson. Mrs. Joe Carmen and children are Miss Mayme May Harper spent Cloverport, Saturday. Krousli and Miss Amy Krousli. visiting her brother, John Carmen Miss Lillian Cart returned to her Rev E. B. English of Hardinsburg, Saturday night with Miss Emma and other relatives in the country home Saturday after teaching (he un spent Friday with his brother, Rev. Carman. near Hamed. Miss Genevieve Wright and Miss expired term of the 8th grade in the tH. S English and Mrs. English. Mr, Vic Beavin went to Hardins 'Miss j W. B. Gardner, C. B. Waggoner es Anna and Sarah Cashman spent burg, Friday afternoon for a short Cloverport Graded School. Cart has the honor of being elected and O C. Shellman left Monday for Sunday with Mattie Lee Rhodes. visit to friends. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Carden spent again to the place for another year. Hardinsburg, being on the jury. Mr. Frank Taberling was hurt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Had- Richard McAfee and little son, Gil- - E. A. Smith was in New Albany, while at work at the shops last week bert of Stephensport are here visiting Ind., last week on business, by the falling of a wheel. His inju Misses Claudia and Fhronia Woos-le- y his sister Mrs. M. S. Jolly. Miss Vernie Smith of Indianapolis, ries were not so serious as first re in Garfield one day last were The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company Mr. and Mrs. Otis Severs announce arrived Friday to spend her vacation ported and he will soon be able to 're the arrival of a fine 8 pound boy who with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. week. sume work. OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY Several from here attended the Jazz Smith. arrived May 8th. Orpheus Armstrong after fifteen Band at Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Hesler spent A crowd from here attended the days. furlough in Tobinsport with his W. W. DENNIS COMPANY, General Agents Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Kelm play given at Rome, Ind., Saturday mother and uncle, John McKinney GARFIELD evening. of Lodiburg. B04 WMt Main Stmt returned Sunday morning to Camp LoukvW., Ktnteeky Sergt. Andrew Bryant is the guest Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Haynes were Chillicothe, Ohio, DOWELL BESS. Hirdinsburi, Ky. dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Hay- of his sister, Mrs. B. F. Blaine and Vote for the 20 cent Road Tax. Mr, Joe Ball went to McQuady last Misses Esther and Mary Eliza Mil- - Saturday to visit friends. nes' parents, Mr. andt Mrs. Scott Cart Mr. Blaine. O. D. Laslie of Sample is ticket burn of Irvington, were week-en- d of Shiloh. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Roehu 'of Saxton Richardson of Midway, Ky., agent at the depot, in the Absence of guests of their cousin, Mrs. T. S. Owensbqro spent last Saturday night Gray. was the guest of his grandmother and O. W. Dowell. with. Mrs. Julia Wood enroute to1 The little son of Mr. and Mrs, Tobinsport to visit relatives. aunt, Mrs. D. S. Richardson, Missj Miss Alice Louis Dix, spent the Thtfr If Something In Th Want Column Of Inter d Swift & Company, U. S. A. J j Good Roads Eventually! Get-lin- Why Not Now? Sat-famil- y. Lu-ci- le j Craw-Dods- Let's have them and enjoy them now. Our children will take care of selves. them- - " Vote "YES" May 20 ' t , To Y m, itit LETTERS WE APPRECIATE THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, port instead of Lodiburg. Yours truly, L. C. Keys, Stephensport, Ky. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE S OLDHAM'S VICTORY Mrs. C. S. Lamb Renews SEEMS CERTAIN Mr. J. D, Babbage: Enclosed you will find $1.50 for which please send The Breckenridge News another year. Sends News To France. Respectfully, Mrs. C. S. Lamb, 017 PRESS OF STATE PRAISES YOUNQ Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Huntington St., Jonesboro, Ark. WINCHESTER CANDIDATE FOR Dear Mr. Dabbagc: Please send to LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. . L. D. Addison Renews the address below, The Brcckenridge News, and present bill M same to J. D. Babbage, Esq. Cloverport, Ky. inc. Pvt.-- Win. G. Vessels, Co. F. 7 Dear Sir: Enclosed I hand you my Inf. A P O 740, 3rd Div., A E F, check for subscription to your paper, France, Yours very truly, H. G. Ves- The Breckenridge News. Yours very sels, Frymire, Ky. truly, L. D. Addison, Addison, Ky. Better Roofing for less money Let us send our price list of Roofing material which positively proves the Savings, and Satisfaction you can have by The Twenty Cent Road Tax give us sufficient funds to secure Stato Aid, which Tfi enable us to employ .trained, experienced road builders; thereby guaranteeing scientific, economical and will expert management. Good Roads will attract the boys and girls- to the farm. - Moved Back To Tell City. Renewal Of Mrs. Joel. Pile Mr. J. D. Babbage. Cloverport, Ky. Dear Mr. Babbage: I am enclosing Dear Sir: You will please change my check for $1.50 for which you will the address of our paper from South please continue to send The BreckWest City, Mo., back to Tell City, enridge News, Respectfully, Mrs. Ind., for I can't get along without loci H. Pile, 1149 Mass. Ave., N. W. The Breckenridge News. By so do- Washington, D. C. ing you will greatly oblige, Mrs. Perry Kemp. Moved To Mooleyville Mr J. D. Babbage. Dear Sir: Please Moved To Stephenspo'rt send my paper to Mooleyville, Ky., Mr. J. D. Babage, Dear Sir: En- instead of Rhodclia, Ky. and oblige closed find $1.50 for my paper and your friend, June Mattingly. send it to Stephcnsport, Ky. as we have moved and my husband has Renewal Of Caleb Compton started a blacksmith shop here. Mr. Jno. D. Babbage. Dear Sir: Yours truly, Mrs. L. D. Hall, Steph- Find enclosed money order for $1.50 cnsport, Ky. for which renew my subscription for The Breckenridge News, and oblige, Moves To Ohio Caleb Compton, Stephensport, Ky. Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport. Ky, Dear Sir: You will find enclosed Back Home From Florida $1.00 please send The Breckenridge Dear Mr. Babbage: We arc at News to my daughter Mrs. J. M. home after spending a very pleasant Hardin, 318 Tatton ,street, Ports- winter In the South. Will kindly ask mouth, Va. Also please change my you to send our paper to our home paper from Union Star, Ky., to address, St. .Nashville. We Ohio, Route 2, as I have certainly 510 Cedar reading our home enjoyed purchased a farm there and moved Cannot do without the paper while in the land of sunshine thereon. Yours, W. L. Robertson, and flowers. Wishing the dear old News. News success. I am, yours very resBowerstown.Ohio Route 2. Bow-erstown, purchasing needs here. Don't Doubt. Don't Wonder That 11. 0. Oldham's candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor has been favorably received there is no doubt. Ills enm-puljr- n Bad roads will drive them away. Former Cloverporters Mr. Jno. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed find money order for 75 cents for which please send The Breckenridge News. If you can, please send me the paper for the week of March 12th and 19th and oblige, Mrs. H. W. Wendelkin, 620 Jones-b- o ro, Ark. pectfully, J. Tenn. M. Harris, Nashville, Living In Stephensport Dear Mr. Babbage: Please send The Breckenridge. News to Stephens- - L., H. Kincheloe Subscribes Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Mr. Babbage: I am enclosing my check for $1.50 for which amount you-- will please send me The Breckenridge News for one year. Please start with the current issue, and greatly oblige. Yours very truly, L. H. Kincheloe, Leatherwood, Wheeling, W. Va. Golden Rule Store CLOVERPORT, KY. John D. Moore Tobacco Co. incorporn ed treat! Hit up your oM pipe 01 take a man's size chew and set Double Bottoms Put to Work. how thli waxy, mellnw, old twl-- i For many years n few steamships warm" the cockle j of your heart The rmell of It alone will take you right buck toi from the far east have brought fuel more. Ask for War Hawk I At all lire merchant oil hack to Rrltnln In the ballast fpneo Guaranteed by between their Inner nmi outer hulls Come on I Now for a roat tobacrc Lai. From H. W. Wright Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: You are sending me The Breckenridge News to Eugene Hotel, San Francisco, subscribed for by my brother, G. A. Wright. Please have it changed to 3557 A. 17th St., I am very clad to cet the home town paper, and I' will look forward to the arrival of it each week. I also wish to state that Carrol A. Wilson, son of Jones D. Wilson deceased, died on the 2Gth of Jan. Almost his last words were, I love my native State Kentucky, where the best people in the world come from." Yours sin cerely, H. W. Wright, San Francisco, LOUISVILLE' KY. Karges Wagons These wagons made of the best materials, have a high in every particular- grade finish and are First Class Disc Cultivators. Best that's made. Price right. Headquarters for Best Fertilizers, Gem Fertilizer for tobacco. Rescue and Richumus for corn or tobacco-Onand two Horse Corn Planters. up-to-da- te The prhctlee never became general, however, and "tankers" continued to handle the bulk of the trade. But In June. 1017. Increased submarine activity nnd the expansion of the allied fleets ninde Immediate additions to tank tunnnge so Imperative that not a few, but hundreds, of British nnd American "double bottoms" were fitted for this nuxlllary cargo. Apart from results this new practice Its war-tim- e s has tnught marine engineers many that will guide them In designing ships of tomorrow. the Popular Mechanjcs Magazine. les-son- e Safe Investment "Your investment in good roads is as safe and sound as a Life Policy,-ithe New York Life Ins. Co. You know it is sound. Assets Jan. 1, 1919 of $995,087,285, It has paid out $375.00 in dividends while you were reading this ad. Drop in and see me Hardinsburg, Ky. DILLON has been conducted In a progressive spirit and n determination to win. Ills friends have formed an It. C. Oldham Club to further his Interests. The state press comments very favorably upon his candidacy. "Col. Oldham Is one of the most active young Democrats In the Stnte. Durjng mnny campaigns he has been In the very heat of the contest, In the Interest of the Democratic! nominees. It Is our policy to refrain from committing ourselves In primary elections, but It Is our purpose to support Col. Oldham throughout this campaign, believing that this sturdy young Democrat, If chosen, will fulfill every pledge In his platform nnd serve the constituency with honor and credit." Dally Democrat. "Oldham Is n young man of sterling qualities and will do his duty as a public servant. We would like to see him elected to this olllce for we believe that he will serve the "people of the state In a way that will cause no regret for having given him this honor." Kwlng Enquirer. "The Journal of Labor can not fall to support a man who openly deWe ask clares for such principles. no favors of Mr. Oldham, but wish he were u candidate for Governor. He Is u clean, honest and nble young mnn,who Is conducting n remarkable campaign. As he says, 'He has his hands In his own pockets not the taxpayers.' There Is no question but that Mr. Oldham will .receive the votes of s the of Kentucky. Here's to you, Oldham; we believe that your principles will not only make you Lieutenant Governor, but carry you to the Governor's chair." Journal of Labor. "Oldham has- shown himself to be conscientious in the discharge of responsibilities that devolved upon him, red blooded, patriotic and unswerving In integrity. He Is above narrow, factional policies and holds a public office far above u salaried consideration. This brilliant young Democrat Is offering his services to the people In the prime of vigorous young manhood and If elected to the high olllce he seeks the people whose appreciation of his ability and worth have placed him there will find In him n faithful, able iind upright olllelal, actuated by a love for their welfare and the Rlory of the State." The Kentucky Knight. "Col. Oldham Is a progressive Democrat and progressive citizen and a successful lawyer. If nominated and elected' we believe he would give n progressive administration and one thnt would prove creditable alike to himself and to the party." Interior wage-earner- We know the Roofing material business. Our experience is focused in the Brands we offer you at a reasonable price. FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON. Alanager PJLANING MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. We inherited our farms from our fathers and our roads from the Indians and the buffalo. We have improved neither and used both. Literally and figuratively let's get out of the rut. WEDDING'S DRUG STORE CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY FIMMK ALBUMS PADUCAHS JlfAYO? Vice The Democrat who rendered distinctive erw to his party by breaking up the vicious Blood Oath Negro Political Secret Order. Stands For: (1) Equalization of freight rates so that cities and town3 of Kentucky will have equal opportunity with those north of the Ohio river to attract capital and industries, (2 consolidation of telephone systems In cities to eliminate double cost and confusion to subscribers, (3) aid to the men who carried "Old Glory" to victory ana w proper safeguards Tor labor in all grades of employment. Hi services to the party merit your support. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, AUG. mm MOMAPCotimaom I Spring and Summer SHOES An excellent line of Spring and Summer Shoos for Men, Women and Children. High Shoes, Low Cuts in Tan, Russets and Vici. Prices from 2,111 Journal. The Oldham Club Herbert Hall, Try a News Classified Ad on Something Agent Hardinsburg, Ky. AUCTION SALE! Is doing some very effective work for their candidate Independent of his campaign. They say "Tlw club is formed to certain the deserved success of our friend and candidate. Wo KNOW Oldham and want the people of Kentucky to KNOW him as we do. In laying the corner stone of his political career lie said, 'I believe a public dlllcer Is only a servant of the eople' and we know- he means It" niakt-absolutel- y - Merchandise Ready DRESS GOODS Pretty dress Ginghams, Per- ftspoae there' WONT BE ANN CHAR&C VMR.ONO! 1MM UTH.6 10. M NA SPOSE NM6N NA PAN PER TMIfi PAPER., NA CrlT Big Farm Mares -- SEEIN& M WON I'M A 6UBSCWM CRT TH PAPER NCR MOhlfM'fi VJORTH.N EPNA NAMT ANNTVMNG SlTRA ,NA OOTTl PAN PER VT k cales, Calicoes. A beautiful lino of Calicoes to yoll from 1 (V JM" TH' 6AWS6M ANN PLACE - E3Sll 2k to 1 5c A.T- CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Saturday, May 17, 1919 Farmers, Don't Fall To Attend! f Ladies' Silk Waists priced 25c to $7.50 " $2.75 to $3 Caps and Straw Hats For Men! Bring us your produce. We handled $2,(500 worth of Produce in 20 days this month. Wo pay the price and got tho goods. R. W. JONES, Glen Dean, Ky. FAOtt i JNO. D. BABBAQE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY THE BKKCKKNRIDGE JfEWS, CLOVlRPOltT, KENTUCKY NftY ' handled. " "Your son was given a nk with military honors, lite U, 9. mm tary cemetery is at Winchester,' land. I have written Jo sent t4 tfct The Breckenridge News SIGHT PAGES 1876 MEANING OF THE "V is for Victory, bought with blood Of tho American soldier who so nobly stood In tho midst of gas, shot and shell, Which made his task a burning hell. 5 CLOVERPORT GIRL NURSES HOME BOY IN ' Hlg LAST ILLNESS. Ky., May 10, 1010. Mrs. Margaret Wroe of this, place was greatly comforted in her bereavement upon receiving front Miss Gladys Simms of. Cloverport, and an army nurse, who was with Mrs. Wroe's son in his last illness. Miss Simms said in her letter: "In regard to ydur son who died in England will be glad to tell you all I know. "He was admitted to the hospital very ill with, influenza and pneumonia. He was conscious when admitted. He McQuady, placed wlicrc there is M imrch 'V" 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS sunscRirTioN GOc 1919 Subscription price $15.0 a year) for 4 monthai per line and nc lor eacn additional intertion. Card the rale of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for advance. Examine the label on your paper. II ll rates 0 for 75c month. nuilnrm Locals 10c nl Thanks, over 5 lines, chaned (or at at the rate of Be per line, money in it not correct, ptcaie notify us. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE friend who It not a subscriber; do not throw It away or deitroy it. NEWS hand It to WEDNESDAY.. (MM M MAY 14, 1919 1 Annual Programme Dowell Cemetery Stop think and then act. Where is the sacred dust of your dead? Is it intombed at the Dowell cemetery? If so we trust you will feel duty bound to be present at the annual decoration services, May 30. Let us attend this service, drop a flower, shed a tear, have our memCloverport should clean her streets and cut tho weeds. Some of ories refreshed of the ones we once loved so well. . Let whatever inspirathese days a little child will become lost in them and perish before tion we might have gotten from them, discovered. Then a damage suit would follow. The lake on the South side of Main street is being stocked with fish so that it will bo convenient for tho angler. If something isn't done soon Cloverport will become another little Venice and the gondola will take the place THE ARTFUL DODGERS OF THE RHINE. has been alone the Thomns W. Laraont, of J. P. Morgan & C Rhino country from Cologne- to Strassburg. Ho says tho Germans of the River states-woulwelcome having their territories made into a buffer republic. In fact, they are for a republic from R to C and back again. Nothing on earth, would suit thorn better. A monarch ? Pnhawl They are done with monarchies. Tho Germans of the rest of Germany still aro impregnated with tho virus of monarchy, but tho good people of tho Rhine country, they aro for a republic. Why? Oh I it's veiy simple. The Rhino country hhs not suffered in the slightest degreo from the war so far as your observation would Buggest. Tho fnrms aro in excellent condition. The people are pros, perous. There is plenty of food and there always has been. Tho reason? They .have been close to tho line. Tho smuggling of stuff from Holland, Denmark and elsewhere has been in their hands. They are a canny lot. They aro kindly and generous. If they have a bologna thoy will take tho filling and let you have tho casing. If thoy have n hogshead of sugar thoy will let you scrap the barrel after they are through with it: All Germany along the Rhine is fat. Even the dachshunds waddle. Times are prosperous, for there ia quite a bit of traffic going on, but tho Germans of the Rhino have a deeper appreciation of the war than do those of Berlin and elsewhere. The Germans further east insist the German army was not beaten. It was hunger or something that made it stop fighting. The Germans of the Rhine do not care what made Hindenburg cry "stob the vor" and Ludendorf likewise. They know the French, the British, the Belgian and American troops are along the Rhino in huge force, and if peace is not signed in accordance with the Allies' demands tho Rhine country will suffer. So they want peace right away. Thoy want the Rhine country made into a buffer state. By that means they would dodge paying their share of tho bill of indemnity. Later they would be delighted to join with Germany again, but not until that indemnity was copper riveted onto the rest of Germanv und not a mark of it onto them. Richard Spillane in Commerce and Finance. - To those who stayed a't homo in comfort and case', While the battle was raging over tho seas, Aro asked to contribute their little mite To pay the expenses of tho victorious tight. To railroad men who wore onco very poor, And now are able to keep tho wolf from the door; Mr. Hincs has issued a manly appeal To give "Uncle Sam" an honest deal. So it behoores you men to do what you can To maintain your standard as Americans, And show to tho world, from Belgium to Greece, That ycu.aro heartily in favor of a lasting peace. get in the ring, And help "Uncle Sara" and his soldier boys sing: "I am proud of my country; I am determined to back her, So no one on earth can call me a slacker." Come on boys, and "Undo Sara" stood by you; now stand by him, Go down in your pockets and give with a vim Until every one of those treacherous Huns Will faint at the sight of un American gun. Joe. M. Fitch. Mr. Fitch is an employee of the L , H & St L R. R. shops and an earnest solicitor in the Victory Loan. He composed the above poem while working at his machine. All of the shop men have been loyal supporters to the Government loans, Already they have subscribed $8,950, for the Victory Loan, and lnve only started tan their job. Decoration Day, May 30. be renewed in us and leave to be bet- ter than we have been in the past, lest we too should pass the way of rrien before another year should I all . end. Personally, I am glad to say we will be present, if not providentially hin- Will .leave Kansas, May 27. derd. Will be more than glad to meet you there and enjoy the day with you. Respt. R. O. Gilpin. J to take a kodak picture of it. J semi you one as soon as tney.com. "i nave been on a sick leave, ror twentytone days. Came back to the hospital and was put to bed again. But I am not discharged) f for th cure of tuberculosis is very slivr. I had pneumonia and influenza both while in England, I sometimes think the ones that died are better off 'than I. But I know you are going' to fee K ri w..v " ' - n e .in- it.ap firp IV9I nnlv 4aa glad to die for the cause. had very little to say until I told him "I wilt have to close as this Is I was the sister of Ophelia McGary's all I know. If I ever get out of husband. When he found I was a the hospital, J hope to see you and Breckinridge county girl he talked you more. Yours in deepest freely. He told me about all of his tell sympathy, experiences coming over, and was "Mary G. Simms." anxious to go over with the rest of the boys and do his bit for his country. He talked very little of going C. H. S. Annual For 1918 home, that is, of going home until Exceeds All Others. the fight was finished. "When he realized he must die, he "The Eagle" is the name of iht asked for a Catholic priest and received his last rights, and said to Cloveroort High School annual for tell the dear ( folks at home he was this year which is being published ia; prepared tb go and not to grieve over the print shop of The Breckenridge , This year's annual is very. ' him for he was only one of the many News. thousands who would not come back. attractive, and by far the most ex "He remembered his mother, sis- pensive one the school has yet issued. ters and brothers in his dying prayer. It contains several original drawings, He prayed as long as he was able to and the frontespiece carries out the speak. I stayed by his bedside until Senior Class colors of silver and' the end, and assure you he died a majenta red. The deep red color sweet and peaceful death. Also that gives an effective back ground for the. he had every attention that my ability silver eagel printed thereon, and silver cords hold the booklet together. afforded. The members of the Senior Class "After he died, I put all of his things together and turned them over deserve a great deal of credit for' to the Red Cross and asked that they their efforts as this is their first ex- be sent h'ome. If they have not perience in the journalistic time and come they were likely lost in the mail thev have had the entire responsibili as it is so easy to get things mis ty of editing the annual. (Special) We are for good roads When you have backache the liver or kid- r .nr. in ti nut rtt rr3 T rtf ol, it does wonders (or the liver, kidneys and bladder. A trial, 60c bottle will convince you. because It has always been our policy to stand for the things that will strengthen the people of Breckinridge county financially we believe good roads will do that. We believe they will bring more money into the county and that less money will go out of the. county because of them. We believe good roads will make the citizens of this county a greater net profit on everything they produce because good roads will materially lessen the cost of trans- portation. The special tax will enable us to get from the state the tax we have been paying into the state treasury (includ- of the automobile. We call attention of the voters of Breckinridge and Hancock counties to the announcement of Hon. Roy J. Cain, of the Bewleyville district, this county, for Representative. Roy Cain is a fine young man. He made this county one of the best Representatives it has had in many years. He at tended to his business, looked after the interests of hos county and his con will do just stituents. He is a true blue American citizen and if as good work or better than he did in the last House. The Federal and Slate Governments will give nearly ten million dollars in Kentucky during the next two years to build roads with. Each Magisterial District will get all of its own money back 'with one and more from the State. one-ha- lf . times If you should die, and he lucky enough to go to heaven, and while on your way you would find the road as rough as tho one you traveled to your own home, you would immediately 6tart a Good Roads Campuign after safely entering tho pearly gates. Let a prospective buyer of a furm start out, and by the time he gets to where he would like to locate he finds mud in his tars, he becomes disgusted, and the deal is off. Breckenridge count' has good land and lots of it, and if the farm ers will get busy and make good roads, old Breckenridge would be the garden spot of the State. Strawberries uro selling at alollar a gullon. If you eat a shortcake at this rate you will have to cut out pork and' beans to break even. The Victory Loan drive has been oversubscribed a billion of And yet there are people who would claim hard times. The money you spend for picks and shovels to dig team out of the mud would build good roads. your Vote the Road Tax May 20, and make the money come your way. , ing the license fees on about 700 automobiles) to use on our own roads instead of having it used in other and more progressive counties. will enable every magisterial district to build roads, because the money is to be spent in the district from It whence the tax is derived. MARION WEATHERHOLT GENERAL CONTRACTOR It will put us Highway. It costs $100.o0 in a better attitude to get the Federal Cloverport, Kentucky. so little when we stop to figure (20c on a assessment; $2.00 on a $1000.00 assessment; $20.00'on a $10000.00 assessment). The improved condition is worth so much more than the cost. ) The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. STRONG ACCOMMODATING t Hardinsburg, Kentucky. Vote for the 20 cent tax and increase the valuation of your farm 50 per cent, by having good roads. h 4 Sunday afternoon. H. E. Frymire and son, Junius Mill er, spent several days of last week in Louisville, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bruner. Misses Lena and Bessie Lee Bra- shear, was in Union Star, last Thursday on business and was the dinner guests of Mrs. Horace McCoy and Mr. McCoy. Claude Dodson and Morton Barr attended church at Walnut Grove, Misses Pauline ' Frymire, Jennie May Noble and Leota Grant spent There was much excitement here Saturday night with Mrs. Wallace last Saturday morning when an air- Parks. plane passed over here. Also one on Mr. Briddle FRYMIRE THE UNIVERSAL CAR We are experienced, and know how to give service to the owners of Ford cars. We have the same methods, machinery and skill that thew have in Ford Factory, and we use the same Parts made by the Ford Motor Company. Ford owners are doubly guaranteed bl us as to the relibi-lit- y of our service on .Ford cars. Don't try to do it yourself, bring your car here. Incidentally we are getting a few Ford cars and are able to make fairly good deliveries. Touring Car $525; Runabout, $500; One Ton Truck Chassis, $550; Coupe, $650; Sedan, $775- These prices f. o. b. Detroit. - Dainty White Organdie Dresses for Children . , : and'Mrs. Aniandus and two sons, of Princeton, Ind., spent last week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Biddle and other relatives and friends. Misses Lena and Bessie Lee Brashear were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Parks last Sun- These dresses aro prettily trimmed in tucks, lace and erabroid-.- l ery, and bavo' either pink or blue ribbon girdles. Excellent values for $1 25 to $2.25. Neckwear Attractive new neckwear for spring. white, tan, red and blue Organdie. ' Collar, and cuff seta ' ' J " ini '$ A Sunday. with R. Bruner spent the week-enhis sister, Mrs. S. J. Brashear and d family. Wallace Parks was at Union Star, Thursday on business. S. J. Brashear and daughter, Miss Caroline was in Irvington last week having dental work done. Mrs. Nelse Bcauchamp and children and sister, Jennie May Noble of Louisville, "spent last week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Noble. day. Mrs. Mattie Barger of this place died Monday morning May 5, at 2:30 o'clock from blood poison caused, from a cat scratch on her wrist last Monday. Blood poison soon developed and after a week of pain and suffering she passed to her reward. The remains were taken to Garfield the following day for burial. The bereaved ones have the sympathy of the Sunbonnets Pretty sunbonnets in solid pink and bluo for the babies and yl grown ups too. These sun bats are priced at 50o and 75o. Mid-Summ- er mid-summ- ) i Hats : " writer. The Modern Complaint Tho fellow who used to klclr when ho wits handed small change now kicks about tbo smnllness of tb change he Is banded. T. County Agent J. HOOK Hardinsburg, Ky.-- New models in pattern hats for received every week. Come. in Leghorns, Milans, Hemps and Moline Hats. . Mrs. Ethel 0. Hills CLOVERPORT KY. XMAt 14, lftlt MAY 14, THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Misses Margaret and Edith Burn left last week for Pittsburg, Kans., 1010 to spend ten days with Dr. E. C. McKr- PA0BI you The Breckenridge Nevys WEDNESDAY, the Toit lltyl It ai second Office at Cloterport, tlati mattcr fM Hinton Rhodes, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS MPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Mr. Henjnmln I'. Hinton and Miss NOTE Pirate notify theVditor desire advertisements dltcontinued. , Hettie Rh&des, both of Axtel, Ky J were Donald and Mrs. McDonald. marrifil In Cnnnr tnn. Intl.. Sntimlnv. FOR SALE .C. M. Payne, of Harried, was here My. :i, b Squire Jos, Robe ts. Friday and Saturday giving the Conn- - T Cost but little Results are great GOOD ROADS ty eighth grade examination. , There - were 17 ntinils who took the examin- Card of Thanks. v NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Rl(CHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES KATES FOR POLITICAL t For 2.(50 For Precinct and City Oflicc- i8.00 County uincea- For State and DUtrlct Opcei- .For Calif, per line- .10 For Cardi, per line For all Publication, In the Interett of iflditiduala or expretilon 01 mama.10 Ml vtewt, per line ttKNKRAt OFFICES J i;io.uu CO. We wish to return our warmest thanks i to our friends And neighbors of this FOR SALE Remington Typewriter No. 0. Mrs. Nola Dunn and two daughters , cominunlt for the kin(keS9 ,,l0Wll us In very good condition and will tell cheap mill little ami , spent the week in Kirk, ,, for cash. Apply at The Dreckenrldge News office. Ky., with her grandparents, Mr. and ' 10tHer nm, grandnioU)er. FOR SALE Purr l.red White Wyandotte Mrs. H. Roberts and aunt and uncle, Mrs. Henry Hummers. eggs $5.00 per hundred or $1.00 per set Mr. and Mrs. Ben Anthony. Mr. ting, and day old chicks 10c each. Elihu Dr. J. 11. Frymlre. Meador, Kingtwood, Ky. Roberts has been ill for some time. Curry. Mr. and Mrs John FOR SALE PIANO wilt sell cheap if tak. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Nobel en at once. J. D. Shaw, 1030 South Third FOR SALE Household furniture. One white iron liedttead. Several pairs outside flutters Could he used for enclosing a summer kitcli-eFor further Information call at The Dreckenrldge News Office, Cloverport, Ky. .., ,.. ,,., ,,., Progress, Prosperity Only 20c on each $100 ANNOUNCEMENT Louisville, Ky. Will Improve Us Commercially, Agriculturally, Continued from page one istaturc, and have heard no complaints of my record, in that capacity. Prominent men from all secLouisville Representatives tions of the county have signified United States Railroad Administration their willingness to support me for Director General of Railroad, I stand for all measures Train Schedule on of reform, including Good Roads If elected, I shall work and vote L. R. R. for any measure designed to effect a The L., ff. & more equitable, apportionment of the Effective December 8th, 1918 burden of taxation upon all classes EAST BOUND of property. 0:14 A. M. I have served our country during No. 142 leavea Cloverport-Arr10:in A. M. Irvington the recent crisis to the best of my Loultville- -- 12:20 P. M. Arrive B:04 P. M. ability and have a son who enlisted No. 144 leavea Cloverp'or- tC:00 P. M. as soon as War was declared, and Arrivea Irvington. 7:85 P. M. who is now helping bring the boys Arrives Louivllle S:15 A. M. No. 140 leaves Cloverpor-thome from overseas. 0:07 A. M. Arrives Irvington. I am taking" the liberty to refer you 7:50 A. M. Arrives Louisvill- e4:00 P. M. to your present Representative and No. 148 leaves Henderson B :00 P. M. Arrives. Owentboro and County Judge, as to whether or 0:20 P. M. Arrives Shops not I am worthy of your support and WEST BOUND I wish to state here that if these two 10:45 A. M. No. 141 leaves Cloverport 12:01 P. M. gentlemen are a fair sample of your Arrives Owentboro citizenship, I shall consider myself -- 12:58 P. M. Arrives Henderson. 1:25 P. M. highly honored in being so fortunate Arrives Evansville 8:10 P. M, as to be elected your Representative. 4 Arives St. Louis0:40 P. M. No. 143 leaves Cloverport. To the Vbters of the District If 7:05 P. M. Arrives Hawesvllle 8:07 P. M. you elect me your Representative. I Arives Owentboro 11:25 P. M. shall deeply appreciate the honor, and No. 145 leaves Cloverport. 12:32 A. M. if earnest, faithful, conscientious serArrives Owensboro 1:23 A. M. Arives Henderson 1:50 A. M. vice represents the obligation that I Arrives Evansvillf 7:B9 A. M. shall owe,' I wish to assure you that Arrives St. Louis 0:45 A. M. you shall be paid in full. No. 147 leaves Shops 8:05 A. M. ' Arrives Owensboro, Yours sincerely, -- 0:15 A. M. Arrives Henderson Roy J. Cain. STARK-LOWMAN ireiu jertey cows with can, Heard Dowel), Holt, Ky. We want to thank our neighbors, friends and loved ones for the kindness F0R sALE-O- ne tobacco bed no"fe7t" long llfeet wide. I'lants ready to tet in 10 days. shown us during the recent illness and N, Conkwright, Cloverport, Ky. J. death of our wife and mother. FOR SALE A nice young work hone. Will Milton Squires and Family. either sell for Card of Thanks. FOR FALE 0 tows with pigs and two iilte Educationally and Morally Had Great Luck inos. cath or trade Holt, Ky. for cattle. The good roads of France won the first battle of the St. Messrs..John Phtlon, O. T. Ski.ltnan, WANTED To take subscriptions for all J- Byrne Seevers and D. II Scevers, magazines. Alto renewal for all magatlnrs. Clubbing rates given. Mail orders receiv e of the rod and reel, artists four cd. Call or write Mits M. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. went down to Petrle one day last week and landed some nice ones This is a WANTED-- To buy all kind, of log. at any beautiful lake, ' and could be made a time, A Zellers & Son, located on the Ohio River above Cannelton, I nil. noted fishing resort with very little old-time. WANTED Marne, saved Paris, stopped the on rush of the Huns and preserved the liberties of Mankind. WANTED Carpenters, Itoat Builders, Joiners. Cabinet Makers, Millwrights, Tinsmiths, l'lumbers, l'ipefitters and Painters for work on high class yatchs and phonoDecoration at Hensley. graph cabinets. Steady work. Our shoos . are sanitary, light and The Hensley, Ky., May 12 (Special ) Matthews Company, Port Clinton, Ohio. The Dunley decoration will be celebraWASTE TIME Come to ted May 30, lgl9, at what Is'known as DON'T store for lowest prices on the fellow-hiworkman's the Hawkins Smith Station, at 10:30 wear. W"i Cooms, Itardinsburg, Ky. steam-heated- For your sake, for our sake, and for p God's sake, vote for Better Roads . Interesting Personal Mention Vote for the 20 cent Road Tax. Tousey Newby is visiting in Owensboro. Mr. J. B. Hooker, of Owensboro, spent last Wednesday in this city. Mr. John Carson spent he weekend in, Louisville, the guest of his son, Percy Carson. The Wednesday Club will meet-thi- s week at the home of Miss Irene Jarboe. Edward Morrison, of Irvington, spent Sunday here the guest of relatives. v Mrs. G. W. Herman, of Owensboro, spent several days of last week with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. John Haffey, of Louisville, are guests of Mrs. Haffey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Pate. Mrs. John Knight is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Emmet Friels and Mr. Friels of Plato Center, 111. Miss Eliza May spent last week in Owensboro, with Mrs. Ed. Breiden-bacwho is seriously ill. . Miss Eudora Younger, of Louiswith Mrs. ville, spent the week-en- d Jno. D. Babbage and Mr. JJabbage. .. Mrs. Floyd Carter received a message, Saturday of the safe arrival in New York of Corp. Floyd Carter. Marion Weatherholt is in Owensboro, this week serving on Uncle .Sam's jury. Luther Lyons, Hardinsburg, was here Tuesday. Called at The News office and renewed his subscription. Mrs. Mike Hamman will leave next week for a visit to relatives in Rome, h, o'clock. Preaching nt 11 and lunch at LOST la o'clock. All persons wishing to send flowers LOST Watch think I lost it at eroeerv ttore in Mattingly. Stopped there for will please send them to Mrs. Relle lunch. Think I dropped it out of my pocket at that place. Description gold Those on the Dec Smith, at Hensley filled case, Elgin, seven jewels, case badly Reward for return. W. L. llarrril, worn. oration Committee are: Mrs Cora Priest Lewisport, Ky, Mrs. Viola McCoy, Mrs. Dennie M Henninger and Miss Eides Dowell. SEALED BIDS. Managers of Committee, Judge Dowe 1, Lonnie Pool, Rev Harvey English, The County Board of Education Rev. C. D. Bruington and Rev Oda will meet in the office of the County Gibson. Ever) body come and let's have Superintendent at Hardinsburg on W. T'. Dowell a good day. Monday, May 19, 1919 for the purNew Trustees Elected. pose of receiving bids for the erecThe annual election of school trustees tion of school houses. was held Saturday, May 3, at the school One house to be built at Hardins, The candidates Final Report Victory Loan. building.Chas Hammau, T. J were Conrad Div. 2, Subdiscrict 6, three miles from Harrington Sippel, find Hilary Hardin. The first two named Cloverport. Irvington, May 12, (Special) One house to be built at Hazel Dell ti. ln0ritv of votes and were Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky., eiected lo succeed J. P. Keith and Will Div. 2, Subdistrict 3, three miles from r ' vjeniiemen: me ionowing is nc pate. Sample. final report of the Victory Liberty Plans and specifications arc now Loan: Flotilla Will Make Trip on .file in the office of the County Quota Subscribed Banks Breckinridge-Ban- k Superintendent of Schools at HardContinued from page one $30,050.00 40,950.00 of Cloverport insburg, or will be mailed upon reBank of Hardinsat Key West. From the Florida port quest. 36,200.00 they will proceed to New Orleans. burg & Trust Co. 68,300.00 All bids must be sealed and accom 41,400.00 The start up the river will be made 41,400.00 Farmers Bank panied by a certified check for $100 27,400.00 early in May and the trip will extend . First State Bank 27,400.00 . ' ,...! iriuium-ie- s ' to guarantee performance of contract, E. H. Shelman r. T 10 21 L.OUIS am aisu inciuuc .:!... & co. 10,150.00 22.350.0o Mississippi. The itinerary, and must be filed in this office not of the Railroad subscripnow being jaid out, includes the visit later than l:oD o'clock P. M. on Mon15,350.00 "to all of the cities and towns on, day, May 19, 1919. tions reported Right reserved to reject any or all either banks of the river. $200,400.00 $107,150.00 Totals Destroyer, submarine and chasers bids. I J. C. N0LTE & BRO. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ... PERMANENT... DENTIST flfflno Unnrc- IIVUIUI WIIIVV 8 J rn a.'xn.ito 12 m. p. m. toJ5 p. m. Always In office during cfllce hours Inlngton, Kj. The farmers of Breckinridge county deliver five million pounds of tobacco every winter over muddy roads, most any road will do it in summer, but they Why not have good winter are farming then. roads! 1 1 Vote YES, May 20th I BEARD BROTHERS Hardinsburg, Ky. ' Yours truly, W. J. Piggott, County Chairman. Glen Dean Doing Her Part. Dean, Ky., May 12, 1919. (Special) On. May 6th., was a very patriotic day here. The Jazz Band made good music. Supt. J. R. Meador was chairman of the speaking and Glen explained the Victory Loan meeting's purpose, followed by Rev. Huntsman of Hardinsburg, who made our duty to our country and to our Gbd very plain. Miss Lula Pitts and Mrs. Henry Burnett were among the solid- tors and were faithful workers. Mrs. Burnett's husband has been in France. and Germany some time, he writes often almost every day. He has been in the service since Sept. 1917. Glen Dean wants to do her part helping to. "Finish the Job." About $15,000 has been subscribed during the 5th drive. will carry war equipment. The Destroyer will have a "Y" gun and depth charges. The submarine will be prepared to submerge. All of the ships will be illuminated at night both when at anchor and afloat. One of the chasers will go in advance of' the flotilla and 'will be in communication by radio and wireless "phone" with the other ships. This chaser will be by Commander used Lieutenant Wells Hawks, U. S. N. R. R, who has been ordered to precede the flotilla and make all advance J. Raleigh Meador, Supt. Breckinridge county Schools. 1 Lincoln 1 Savings Bank & Trust Company Surplus $100,000.00 i I I I Capital $500,000.00 I I I I s 'ind. ti i ,' "Mrs. Lucy Younger, of Louisville, guest of Mr. and was the week-en- d Mrs. A. B. Skillman. '. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sommers of Henderson, were here last week the guests of Mrs. Sommers' aunt, Mrs. Geo. Crist and Mr. Crist. Mr. George Gregory and daughter, Miss Cecil Gregory, of Louisville, with his parents, spent the week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory. Already cities and towns along the river are preparing to receive and en tertain the floatilla and its men. The ships will be prepared to return the courtesy. The personnel will include the band from the U. S. S. Recruit, the land ship in Union Square, New York, a vocal quartette and mentalists from one of the Navy Training Stations, a crack baseball team of sailor players, and projecting machines for showing motion ptctures of Navy activities at home and Good Roads Going Over Flights will be made by the flying boats. Continued from page one The Navv Denartment intends that carry by ah over whelming majority. 'everybody in the Mississippi Valley ll Everybody was'discussing and see the flotilla and so that all jng good roads. Those who opposed may 5e reached men on motor cycles the tax had very little to say and wjjj post announcements in all the were keeping quite. villages and nearby counties acces- The distingushed speagers were sible to the river ports. It is Wiley, Louisville; Judged t0 make the most comprehensive Layman, Elizabethtown; Hon. John showing ever sent out by the Navy P. Haswell, Louisville; Judge Moor- - Department. man, w. Sherman nan, county At- torney and Paul Basham, (Chairman, Wool Growers Attention Hardinsburg. instrtt-toward This Bank has always undertaken to meet the requirements of its customers in a manner consistent with the soundest of banking principles. If you appreciate careful and capable attention to your banking problems, we can be of service to you. We will welcome the opportunity to show you in detail how a connection with this Bank will be of direct value to you. talk-'sha- propos-Rodm- an OFFICERS V. J. Bulloit, President. Vice-Presiden- B. Bernheim, t. 1 CHICKS Pullets and Cockerila 50 cents and $1 00 each after June let. J. W. "Parks' Strain Barred Plymouth Rocks. Let mo have your order on or before the above mentioned date. Eight-weeks-ol- d MRS. H. J. HAMMAN CLOV?ORT, KY. The date for delivery of wool to the Irvington Wool Pool at Irvington ,s h"cby chaned from May 0' Rev. W. O. Rickard, pastor of the 24' 19.10' Cfoverport Methodist church an- - ""J t0 for deli- Pleasc take notice-D- ate of his con- nounced to the members .vcry w oc oawuay, may la5t Snmlav that the rhnrrh R- h Cain Secretary. wn,,t,i imvi. . of rrv5v.nl moet. ri of ing's this summer about the last Grand Jury August. Rev. Rickard wjll have to assist him, Rev. Atchisson of A list of the Grand Jury for Breckinridge Circuit Court May term 1910: Herbert Beard, Foreman; George Roberts, N. T. Basham, Frank Jolly, Mildew Stains. To remove mildew stains, rub with Osoar Snyder, Ely Board, Dick Cook, lemon Juice and salt. The same treat Con Matngly, S. W. Ames and ment will remove peach and all frlst devc Drane. Church Revival in August - P. L. Atberton, P. J. Bohne, Treasurer. Paul Compton, Secretary. F. Eisonbeis, Asst. Secretary. J. R. S. Rapier, Asst. Treasurer. Vice-Preside- The Convenient Corner Commercial Banking Fourth and Market Streets Savings Accounts Trust Department Safety Vault Boxes atawu THE BRBCKENftlDOK Good Roads will improve and beautify your farm. Mow your lawn and paint your houses and .make your wife and your children happy and con- MKWS, cLOvmpoarr, jmrruatt USEFUL TO MEASURE FENCES MAY 11 of revotnttoM tfmHi tin m a ntetottm gtvtm, tlM of f tance. KEEP COWS CLEAN (Prepared by the United StAtet Department of Agriculture.) TJio cenv must bo kept In clean, comfortable quarters In order to produce the largest quantity of milk and butter. The essentials of such quarters but will lengthen the life of ttt br TBI-chin- e. Cftfltrlvane A bulletin has Just been Issued, as No. 5 In the series on "Care and Repair of Farm Implements," giving detailed Instructions as to how to "lay by" grain separators. The discussion of every part of the machine Is minute, constituting a handbook for the overhauling and repair of grain separators between seasons. It Is a contribution from the bureau of public roads nnd Is Issued as. Farmers? Bulletin 1030. Taken In connection with Farmers' Dullctlri 001, which trents of operating adjustments, It Is believed to constitute n complete thrnshcrman's guide Made of Stripe te ther In Shape of Wheel Revolutions. telted Ta- et Count KEEPING OF FAflM ACCOOJfTt AtUqpJen Is tented. If you doubt this, travel along improved ways and see for yourselves. Prosperity and opment travel on improved highways. highdevel- are; 1. 2. The accompanying Illustration shows a contrivance that. Is hnndy for ascertaining the nsmbcr of rods of fence you need or to And how mnny acres are In Rtilr4 In TMfr ., Vote the Road Tax on May 20. Plenty of light. Plenty of fresh air, with no drafts. 3. Convenience. 4. A floor that can easily be kept clean. FIRST STATE BANK Irvlngton, Ky. a field. (Prepared by the United Mates, strips Bolt together four $4 by ment of Agriculture.) so aa to make n wheel, says a writer The keeping of farm cost accewiti thought In Indiana Farmers' Guide. Make the requires considerable al strips long enough so that they will painstaking attention In their record Ing, summarizing, and laterpretattosi, but aro well worth it to the farner who wishes to know Just .what be doing. Chicken Selective Culling Is the selective SUGGESTIONS FOR DRY MASH ADVANTAGES TO BE GAINED One Is Made of Cornmeal and Beef Where Stock Raisers, of One CommuScrap and Another of Bran, nity Ralie Same Breed Better Middlings end Scraps. Prices Are Realized. (Prepamd by the United States Department of Agriculture.) nere Is a suggestion for a good poultry dry mnsh : 3 pnrts by weight of cornmeal and 1 part beef scrap. Still another ration mny be made up of 1 pound of wheat bran, 1 pound pounds of of wheat middlings, 0 pounds of beef scraps and 10 (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) There arc mnny advantnges to be gained when the stock raisers of one community raise the samo breed. Better prices mny be secured from the sale of uniform product nnd suitable breeding stock can bo secured near home. For Use In Measuring Fences. Draft draftafffUtf w Do you remember how difficult it was to get the doctor during the flu epidemic? Why Bad Roads in case of life and death? How much would you give for good roads? Why not do it now? VOTE YES MAY 20. Hardinsburg Auto Old Brick Corner Co. CHICKENS SUITED FOR HOME Little or No Attention Should Be Paid to Fowls Which Are Not of Local Importance. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) In considering the breed of chickens best suited for the home flock, pay little or no attention to those which are not of local Importance; that Is, not being raised successfully In the community, except on the advice of POSTING THE BACHELOR. measure even feet In one revolution, or If preferred, a half rod. Various forms of tallying are used, but painting one end of a spoko Is very practical. It Is easy to count the revolutions as the painted end comes round, while following as one, follows a cultivator, the handles being fastened small utrln. The rmm- Bring us all of your SOUTHERN RAILWAY We offer the 6 senotes of cured the above at 99 and ar Hardinsburg, Kentucky his opinion. My dear fellow, It isn't a question of But even a married man has a right to May the Twentieth is the day, And vote "yes" is the way. Vote for a greater and better county. ( Let's put ourselves on the map. question courage. right, it's a We pay the highest Prices Produce R. Branch Houie interest. cash Henning Chambers Exchange. 404 W. Main of J. Sanders, Mgr. I Ci. experts. Cloverport, Ky., for 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 Members New York Stock DESIRABLE AS GARDEN CROP Kentucky .Creameries Armour Owned and Operated by & Company Inc. St Louisville, Ky. Actual Food Value of Tomato Is Not as Great as That of Potato--Has Good Qualities. (Hardinsburg Feed Company. CARD OF THANKS' We wish to extend our thanks to (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) The tomato Is closely related to the potato, nnd while the actual food value of the tomato Is not so great as that of the potato, It has certain qualities that of May 1919. J. F. Hart, Administrator. make It oue of the most desirable of our garden crops. WANTED s pecially to Dr. Mrs. Henry Summers. Statement Of The Ownership, THRASHING SEASON AT HAND Management, Circulation. friends and neighbors of Frymire Big Waste of Grain and Loss of Time Etc., Required By The Act for their kindness during the serious Result When Outfits Aro illness of our bclo.ved mother, esOf August 24, 1912, Not Overhauled. Mr. and Frymire and by Of The Breckenridge News pub-- ; (Prepared mentthe United States Departof Agriculture.) lished wteklv at Cloveroort. Kv.. for i Enormous waste of grnln nnd much 'April 1, 1919. Publisher Jno. D. Bab- - loss of time result every thrashing seaage, Cloverport. Ky. Editor Jno. D.1 son because of the Inefficient work of 'Babbage, Managing Editor, Jno. D. thrashing mnchines that hnve not been Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Babbage. Business Managers Jno. D. thoroughly repaired and put In work- ins condition before the beginning of Chicken Raisers, Live Stock Babbage. Jno. D. Babbage, Owner, the working season. Defective parts Ky. Known bondhold- are overlooked, or neglected In the Cloverport, and Tobacco Dealers of ers, mortgages, and other security hope that they will last through the holders, owning 1 per cent or more of season. When they fall In the midst Breckinridge County total amount of bonds, mortgages, or of the thrashing season, serious losses j often result before repairs can be other securities: There, are none. In or just before the thrashing j made. (Signed) Jno. D. Babbage. Hall Farm Sworn to and subscribed before me season new parts are difficult to get Glen Dean, Ky. promptly, because of the rush of orPolled Durham Cattle. Poland China this 1st day of May 1919. V. G. Bab- ders from many who have procrastiHogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hamp- bage, Notary Public. My Commis- nated. sion expires Jan. 22, 1922. shire Sheep. As soon after the close of the thrashing season as possible, says the United Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Fairs in NOTICE States department of agriculture, the Past Five Years separator should be overhauled, necesBreckinridge Fiscal Court, Proposes sary repairs and adjustments made, parts and This Home to P.efund AH' Outstanding Railroad only needed prevent ordered. time not wiU loss of and W. J. OWEN & SONS, Propietors District Bonds, Which Mature money during the next working season, Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 July 1, 1919. HORRORS OF BAD BLOOD "All maladies of racking torture qualms, joint racking rheums, fierce No. 1 Walnut Logs Her Daughters and Grandchildren. Dl RECTO RY .. Planters Stock Valley Stock Farm catarrhs, intestine stone and ulcer cholic pangs, marasmus, dropsies, asthmas, pining atrophy, moonstruck madness, what miseriers?" Milton. This is the state of man or woman suffering from poisoned blood. Read what the U. S. Dispensatory and other authoritative books say in regard to the ingredients entering into "Number 40 For The Blood:" "Employed in diseases of the glandular system, in blood poison, mercurial and lead poisoning, rheumatism, ca tarrh, constipation, diseased liver, kidneys and spleen. Under its use nodes, tumors, sores, ulcers, mucuous patches, copped colored spots and scrofulous enlargements disappear as if by magic." Insist on "Number 40," made by J. C. Mendenhall, Evans-villInd., 40 years a druggist. Sold at Wedding's Drug Store. moping-mel-ancholi- 18 inches and up and 23 inches and up. 8 feet and up, long. Quote prices and name quantities to C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co. Incorporated Louisville, Ky.' We Want You To Read This Do you know that we keep a full line of feed for your stock right here at your door. Why waste time- and money going to other places to buy when you can get it at home. - e, PARK PLACE Irvington, Ky. II. H. NORTON, Owner The Breckinridge Fiscal Court, by order duly entered on April 9, 1919, directs that $25,000, of the Railroad ORCHARD HOME FARM District Bonds, wjiich were issued by the Hardinsburg Magisterial District G. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor and that portion of the Sixth MagisBreeder of terial District, which lies north and Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs west of the North Fork of Rough Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 2. creek, from its mouth to the mouth of the Calimese creek, from its mouth line between the Fifth and THE HOWARD FARMS to theMagisterial District, be refundSixth J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. ed, paid off and retired on July 1, 1919 Shorthorn and rolled Catle Roam Sultan, a in as much as all of said bonds will Sultan, heads the herd. l son of Duroc Hogs, Sprague Defender heads the mature on that date and for the purherd. pose of refunding said bonds, said YounR stock for Sale at all times. It will pay you to visit our farms. court proposes to issue bonds to the Ky. amount to $25,000, in denominations Glen Dean, of $500 each. Bearing interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum, payable on the first days of Hardinsburg, Ky. January and July, of each year, to Dealers in run for a period of not less than one year and not more than ten years, STOCK AND LIVE with twenty coupons attached, one TOBACCO 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 outHardinsburg, Ky. standing bonds with any accrued inDealer in s Horses, Mules, Fine Sad terest thereon, and the County Judge and County Attorney were appointed dle, and Harness Horses. as a committee to have printed said It will pay you to visit my Stables coupon bonds, and this Court will convene to take such further action and the making of further orders as may be necessary. G. N. Lyddan Given under my hand as Clerk of FARMER AND FEEDER the Breckinridge County Court, this White-hal- Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle What We Keep Corn, Hay, Oats, Bran, Dairy Feed, Cotton Seed Meal, Chicken Feed and a Full Line of Groceries. Prices Right and Prompt Service. Bring Us Your Produce! m H (Oil WILBUR PILE Harned, Ky. Illllllllllllllllllllllllllll Hlllllg I II We pay you Louisville prices. If you have never favored us with your patronage all we aek is one trial. Ask'any of our customers concerning us. They will all say: The highest prices, fairest dealing and courteous treatment AMERICAN BUTTER & CHEESE COMPANY D. D. DAVIS, -- Buyer, Hardinsburg, Ky. When You Feel Bad' Stomach and Bowels'out of order, appetite poor and general disinclination for work, J BEARD BROS, semi-annual- ly Horse, Sale, Feed Livery Barn i. 1 and! j m HERBINE Is the Remedy You Need It creates energy by cleansing the system of bilious impurities and restoring activity in the torpid hver. Take a dose when you go to bed. You will feel bright and vigorous next' morning. It's a fine purifying and regulating medicine. Pries SO ceils. JAS. F. BALLARD, Proprietor ST. LOUIS, NO E5 semi-annu- al O C. V. High-Clas- Robertson oiieciui aorviuu Rigs and Automobile service for the traveling public. ... ! ! ior traveling men. I Owner and Proprietor of the Old Livery Barn, Hardinsburg Owens I For tale by all DruggliU The State and Federal Governments will furnish 65 per cent of the money expended for good roads, the county 35 per cent, 80 per cent of the whole amount will be spent for labor and stay in the county. It will bring money in, it will not send it out. The best legitimate investment it is possible to make is in improved highways. the State and Federal Governments will give us 65 per cent of the investment? April 10, 1019. A. T. Beard, WEBSTER STOCK FARM Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in AH Kinds of Live Stock. Webster, Clerk Breckinrdige County Court. Defeat. Why not invest when :: :- -: Kentucky. What Is defeat? Nothing but edu cation; the first step to something better. Wendell Phillips. BRECKINRIDGE-BAN- K J OF CLOVERPORT MAY 14, 1919 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY NEW MEMBER GIVES HARD 10LT PAGE r FOR SALE One pair Mules, 5 and 6 years old, about 15 hands high; a weighty kind. hands One Mule, 4 yrs. old, 15 high. One Mule, 15 hands high, 3 years 1- -2 COMMONS John Jones, "Sockless Jerry" of British House, Spurns Formality. old. One farm Mare, about 10 yearsold; 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. Notes with approved security are desired. Gratefully, Vic Robertson. Springtime Calls for New Buggies New Harness and New Wagons We carry rubber tired buggies, substantial in make, and comfortable to ride in. New buggies call for new harness, and we have that too. Harness that fits your horse. Replace your old worn out wagon with a new one. We have the kind of wagons that give service and Kvery pnrllnmcnt produces a new The American congress had "Norklesw" Jerry Simpson from Kansas and the British house of commons hnd Kler Hardle. who iippcm-cion the floor In a worklngmfin's cap nnd with a workrlngman's freedom of speech In the ern when the silk hat and frock coat were still almost a uniform for that assembly and when the heavy Glodstnnlan manner was Its model for debate. John Jones, the new Labor member from Sllvertown, Is the Jerry Simpson and the Kler Hardle of the house of commons. The proof of this Is that his speeches an punctuated with shocked cries of anil fhe "Order!" from the rnson for the cries H that he talks to the house of commons Just as he used to talk when he was addressing audiences from a soapbox at Tower hill, which Is the forum for informal workmen's debates. "Don't yon try to assume so much, guv'nor!" was his first remark to the speaker. Speaker I.owthnr, sitting under a canopy, arrayed In his wig and gown. Is a personage certainly no less portentous than the chief Justice of the United States of America, and the house hnd a shock equal to what the Supreme court would have suffered under similar lese majeste. .Tohn Jones got even with the honse. "I want you gentlemen to know " he remarked, while discussing con("Honorable members" Is scription. the hallowed term for referring to members of the house.) There were loud calls for "Order!" Mr. Jones character. l flfiSjJgB Bxjlfrj IKS "I beg your pardon If T have made a mistake by calling you gentlemen." The house saw the joke nnd cheered him. OHHKHDOK-0-0-0-FLYER WAS AN EXPERT IN "GROUND STRAFING" 0 P. A.'s built to It has the jim dandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran against! Just what a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want thing you do next. And, put to find out the it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without tongue bite or parching. Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch. Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy 'us jimmy pipe or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to beat the cards Without a comeback! Why, P. A. is so good you feel like you'd just have to eat that fragrant smoke R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston Salem, N. C ! PUT it flush up to Prince Albert to produce more smoke fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands than you ever before collected ! double-quicke- st ! 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HARDESTY GENERAL HARDWARE Stephensport, Ky. Million Dollars To Loan On Breckinridge County Farms By The Federal Land Bank of Louisville at 51 1 per cent Interest Ask Writing In the Monthly Weather Review George N. Cole sets forth detailed arguments to prove that the hot blast which swept over the city of St. Pierre during the eruption of Mont Pelee, as well as similar blasts with the eruption of In connection Vesuvius that destroyed 1'ompell and Herculaneum, the eruption of Taal. SukuraJIma, etc., derived Its heat from the sudden compression of the air surrounding the volcano, and not from conditions In the volcano Itself. In other words. It was not, according to this hypothesis, an outpouring of hot crater gases that caused the destruction, but the dynamic heating of the air attending the propagation of the explosion ware. Admiralty's Humor. The British udmlralty has a sense of humor, and occasionally displays It In official documents. An old sea captain wrote to the complaining, more In sorrow than In anger, of the way In which hla "First ship had been dazzle-painteyou make ine look like a parrot, and then you wake me look like a haystack, and I don't waut to look like either." He gut back the official reply : "We don't want you to look like either a parrot or a haystack, but we do want you to look like aa If your stern waa where your head ought to be." Mines Threaten Shipping. Naval authorities say It will be several years before the waters of Europe are enUrely free of floating mines. Many of the German mines destroyed hv Hilled trawlers were found to have been moored by ropes. Wheu the rope rotted the mines broke rroui anchorages snd drifted In many to the main Uue of steam travel. HI Capt. O. De Forest Larner, an American ace who downed 13 foe planes In the war, has Interested friends In Washington with an account of a final battle with the enemy the day before the armistice was signed. A party of 80 bombing planes protected by 50 Spad scouts went over the lines, but were Intercepted by more than 50 German battle planes. Captain Larner went after a group of seven and got two. Much of his work at the front was "ground strafing," that is, flying low over points where enemy troops "re concentrated and sending machine gun bullets into them. DELAYED of the Another noted centenary present year Is that of the famous old Admiral Rodney, the man in whom for years the French found so persistent an assailant, so doughty an adversary. 'Tnus way hack In 1S10 that this old gentlemnn first delighted The his friends with his presence. centenary of W. E. Foster, the statesman, will also be celebrated this year. Few greater authorities on education of the great than this gifted Doctor Arnold of Hugby ever breathed. Among other worthies whose names must also be mentioned In this connection Is that of John Campbell Sharp, the Wordsworthlan poet and philosopher: Arthur Hugh ("lough, the poet, and Charles Klngsley, the gifted author of that Immortal thriller. "Westward Ho!" Scotsmen will presently be doing honor to the memory of another noted Individual whose centenary also falls this year a man worthy of a happier fate Donald Carglll. the great covenanter, who. It will be remembered, for daring to excommunlcnte the king, was executed at the Old Market Cross, Edinburgh. Neither must we forget George Eliot, the authoress of that unparalleled romance, "Adam Bede." son-in-la- (HE STANLEY-BLAC- K VOTE WORKERS NOT ALWAYS BUSY Is Sometimes Individual Buttling Merely Carrying Out Ideas Evolved by Apparent "Loafer." Secretary of War Baker fending certain army officers who had been berated as chair warmers. "Some may be." he admitted, "but In most cases I am sure you will find that the very person whose position or work seems almost a sinecure, is doing big things, while often the person who la thoughtlessly given credit Is not the real worker at all. Like the secretary's stenographer. "'Who Is that busy young woman telling that visitlikg committee where to get off?' asked the struuger. " Oh,' was ttie answer, 'she's the de- was ticket in 1915. Did he? See below comparison of figures of the otilcial vote. Sinaley received 21!,!KH votes; Btacll i cived SlfluWS votes ; Stanley's majority over Black was 4,lMfl. Sinn-ley- 's majority over Morrow was 471. If Black hud been the nominee for iJovernor insteud of Stanley, Morrow would have defeated him by MM votes. y Governor Black claims that his was 8,720 votes, which is true; but lie falls to explain that Morrow run more than 9,000 votes ahead of any other cundldute on the Republican ticket, und that his majority was greater than Stanley's because of this fuct, Jin not because of tne number Of votea which Black received. Governor Black also claims that he received a strong vote In the mountain counties. Kind below the official vote of 3" mountain counties which shows lhat Governor Stanley curried 28 over Governor counties mountain Black. Governor Black shows a lead over Stanley in 6 mountain counties only, uud one of them Is his home county. Stanley Black tna-lorlt- 3t.te clalmiug that Governor Black Is going over the c lie suved the Deui-xrati- NOTICE! us for prices. Owned and Controlled by Armour ft Co. Highest cash prices paitl for cream and all kinds of country produce. Call on Kentucky Creameries, Inc. THOMAS SMITH, Mgr Stephensport, Ky. PERMANENT DENTIST Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. Specializing In Trial Practice Bell Boyd 1 890 MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 1604-7-- 1 Intr-Southr- n Breathitt I THE FUNERAL JOHN F. KNUE McQuady, Ky. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Indiana Farms, farm near Louisville, on the Indiana aide, we can offer you Write us some big bargain. want. what you If you are looking fur a good Kentucky and Indiana Realty Co. its s. twa in uwitviLLf . ay. Driver Forget to Put a Coffin in It Before He Started. George I. King, known by every man, woman and child In Brown county, Indiana, and by all visitors who go to Nashville by way of Helmsburg, has been the stage coach driver between Nashville and Helmsburg and the hearse driver for Nashville's only undertaking establishment for ten years. Recently there was to be a burial at the Story cemetery, 12 miles south of Nashville, and King was called on to drive the hearse He hitched two horses to the hearse and started from Nashville at S a. m. After he had driven within two miles of the cemetery, he got out to walk up a steep hill and noticed that he had forgotten to put the coffin in the hearse. He turned the horses' heads toward Nashville and made the trip back in a short time. He loaded the coffin and changed horses and resumed the trip. IIm burial wan delayed four hour. Hears I'lay Clinton Cumberland Elliott Tlovd C.reenup Harlan Jackson Johnson Kuril t a iter 1.715 1.949 1,505 589 347 503 1,117 XW8 MM l.Htsl 1,542 600 485 1,981 2,9H Building LOUISVILLE More Mi Than 20 Years Experience lJT secretary's stenographer.' "'What aecretaryf "The secretary of the BlufTvflle That's him, chamber of commerce. reading the movie magazine In the back room. He's the "live wire" you read so much about In the dally " Knox Laurel Letcher Laurence Magoffin Martin Menifee Monroe Morgan Owsley 406 150 825 1,400 758 943 1,009 812 1,209 128 489 049 1,258 305 144 780 1,210 1,509 904 1,581 750 L. D. HALL General Blacksmith and Wagon Maker. Repair Work a Specialty. Stephensport, Ky. DENTIST MM 401 5K 120 Dr. J. C. 0VERBY Located permanently in Hardinsburg. Dr. Walker. 2,tri0 200 003 2.015 509 1.733 917 T04 018 953 790 1.200 268 1,925 197 Perry Hike U Occupying office recently vacated by 2,800 54 1,810 900 744 590 910 788 1.282 284 be- Aid to Remembrance. Dorothy has a habit of biting her finger nails. Her father promised her a ruby ring on her birthday If she would stop the habit. At the end of the first day she inquired: "Daddy, if 1 had the ring on my finger don't you think me could 'member more better T" Puluakl Rockcastle Kowan Russell Wolfe Whitley Wayne McC retry Powll SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS the Democratic ticket wheu he rau hind Stanley 4,130 Ask Governor Black how be saved lug water. Origin of Apple Dumpling. is a good old English dish and comes from the word lunap en, that meant to throw down auddv i and the diminutive ending ling. Th Idea was a little cake that was by throwing raw rough dough iato A dumpling M vote. TT" 4 Mil CLQVKRPOKT, KENTUCKY MAY 14 n . I Push, Don't Kick! GET ON THE GOOD ROADS WAGON! Boost, Don't Knock! Instead of cussing your dirt roads, drag them. Build permanent roads. Those, who oppose the Road Tax should have at least some little sound reason to offer for their position. Vote the 20 cent Road Tax. Stop cussing. Stop, man, and vote a tax sufficient to build good roads. Instead of hitching your wagon to a star; suppose you get in touch with the good roads movement and vote the 20 cent' road tax. Don't .cuss your road when you have not sufficient funds to keep them up. You say you want good roads! Then vote the 20 cent Road Tax. C CA pen. mile of good road is worth a street-corn- er arguments about what can be done and what can't be done. Vote the 20 cent Road Tax and then talk about what is going to hapHelp your county out by voting a 20 cent Toad Tax and the fuss will die out. Don't blame anybody but yourself. Vote the 20 cent Road Tax and do your part. Help! If you don't get good roads, don't blame any one but yourself. ' Vote the 20 cent Road Tax. Every one who goes out of doors gets ' . . the benefit from good roads. Vote the 20 cent Road Tax: ' ... . tore HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY., Mrs. Dee Dowell has been visiting Johnson spent the week-en- d with Mr. Louisville, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jess A. Moorman BEWLEYVJLLE Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hook of Globe, relatives in Owensboro. spent two days in Louisville, shopand Mrs. T.. N. McGIothlan. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Stith, Sr., of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Bailey received Ariz., arrived Tuesday to visit Mr. Mrs. J. C. Younger of Louisville, (ter, Mrs, Ray Keith arid Mr. Keith ping last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glen of Chicaan announcement of the arrival of a Hook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John k'ron haye Vfa , h d h. Miss Manda Dean is in Owetfsboro go, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. spent Wednesday with Mrs. R. B. .. son at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. It Hook. s' auciiucu. ... ,f. - spending a few days. McGIothlan. j mc vitMatthews last week. ocvcrai Mrs. Walter Henninger of LouisMiss Eliza Miller left Tuesday for tory Loan iruni.nrc Irvington, MonMisses Rosa Lou and Meda Ditto, Ernest Carter, Schyler, Va., on April parade at S. E. Tucker was in Louisville on ' ville is reported; still very ill. Hardinsburg arrived Thursday to 28th. Mrs. Carter was formerly Miss a stay in Louisville. day. Wednesday. business Mrs. S. W. Pitts and daughter. Vista Lyon. Mr. and Mr?. A. T. Beard and baby Miss Laura Mell Stith had for din- Mrs. Elizabeth Brown is visiting "make their home with Mrs. Verda Misses Mabel and Nelle Adkins are have returned home from Louisville, Miss Lula spent last week-en- d in McGhee. relatives at Glen Dean. visiting relatives at Mooleyville. Louisville the guests of ,Mrs. D: and Alma Wilson, Messrs. Howard P. Wilson of Olatin, who has Mr. J. Mr. William Coomes spent the Mrs. Virgil Brite is spending sevMrs. Nora Board visited Mrs. John Voyer. week-en- d been the guest, of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. eral days with her mother at Lewis-por- t. in Louisville the guest of Pate, Percy Foote and Billie Thomas in New Albany last WednesBroker News has been received here of the May returned home Wednesday. his brother, Mr. K. l. Coomes and. anay day. Mrs. Belle Drury spent Monday arrival of a nine pound boy to Mrs. Rev. E. E. Bratcher of Leitchfield, Mrs. Newsom Gardner entertained The Baptist ladies will have a' Do not forget May 16 and 17 have Claud Cannon of McDaniels. Her r. rner Iatner- - rr rifilled his ''regular appointment at at "500" Tuesday afternoon. n Two been designated by the town Board measuring party and' musical, ?ar?Ta Mrs- Mosc Bennett o Hlh Pla,ns' husband is expected home from "over Ephesus, Sunday afternoon. day night at 8 o'clock, May 10, at' tables played. Mesdames J. F. Vogel, of Trustees as Clean Up Days. was the uest Saturday of her sister, there" anytime. He is in the Medical Mrs. Kate Tucker left Sunday for W. B. Taylor, A. T. Adkins, J. D. Corps. Moorman Ditto of Hardinsburg, City Hall. Admision 2 cents for t ' Owensboro where she will visit rel Ashcraft, Percy Henderson, Fred iMrs- Mel Bennett. has been spending several days, with every foot you are tall. kept busy papering Grover Keith is atives. Mrs Coomes Brite and Miss Eula.Neafus. his aunt, Mrs. Verda McGhee. ncar,y everyone put off papering George Gray of Owensboro and FALLS OF ROUGH Mrs. G. H. Mattingly who has been'for Angie Misses Elizabeth Baxter and Wool Day May 24th. Steve Gray of Louisville were guests Gibson have returned from Louisville. lIast year n accunt f,.war- Mrs. Nell McCIintick of Louisville, very ill at her home is improving. In anMrs. Tom Wilson, accomp- - Several from here attended church of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. D. Jones after spending several Mesdames W. J. Piggott, Nora is at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. e amcd by Mrs' Bcn ,W.,,son of Gray last week. at Shady Grove, Sunday. days in Monticello has returned Board and M. C. Green were in Cornwall. . ners, and Mrs. Dave Wilson of Basin J. M. Crume was in Louisville, Louisville, Sunday school at this place is pro Wednesday to hear Wednesday. N. H. Lancaster, of Louisville, was'fP""5 r.ccentlv visited relatives near gressing nicely, get up at night? Sanol it surely Do you Mischa Elman. c also visiting Lincoln Rev. W. R. Oldham filled his the best of all kidney or bladder trouble!. Green Bros., had a poultry car here W. J. Lane, a representative of Bel- Sanol gives relief in 21 houri from all back- here Tuesday transacting business. (Hodgenvillc Baptist ular appointment at Far,mlast week and a large number of hens Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller and Mrs. knap Hdw. Co., was in town Thurs- ache and bladder troubles. Sanol is a guar Mr-- and M.r?' Bod Kc,th, of P"": church Sunday, in jwcre sent to market by the women of anteed remedy. 50c and $1.00 a bottle at the J. C. Hendrick spent the day. C. M. Payne was in Cloverport to ners were visitors inc wcetc-cn- o T nnictritl oi the neighborhood. Mrs. Allen Kincheloe and daughter, drug store. ww hold the graduation examination FriMr. John Jones and son, Oscar, left James Smith has sold his residence f'r ,'Margaret Hill Kincheloe of Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Stith are re store and stock of goods to S. T, day and Saturday. Tuesday for several weeks stay at HARDINSBURG spent Wednesday with Mrs. J, F. ceiving congratulations upon the ar- Cook of Horse Branch. Miss Lelaud Butler has accepted a Hot Springs, Ark. .Vogel. position in the County Clerk's office. Mr. Tom Woosley while experi- -' Mulligan, of Owensboro, are rival of a girl, born May 0th., she has Misses Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Bandy enterJudge J. R. Layman of Elizabeth-towMr, and Mrs. AIvy Basham are the menting with a new saw in his milL visiting their aunt, Mrs. Alfred Tay- been named Elizabeth Enfield. a number of guests last Sunis here for the May term of News from Dr; W. A. Walker; who was struck in the. lace by a piece guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. tained lor and Mr. Taylor. of in honor of Mr. It. S. Bandy, Sr., Circuit Court. Bas- day Henry Basham near here. Mr. Prof, J. F. Bowlds and Mrs. Bowlds has been in North Carolina, for his wood. birthday. He was 72 years old. j Mr. and Mr4 Charlie Miller of health for 'some time states that he Dr. Stanley was in Louisville, a few ham, who has been in France rein Henderson. Word has been received from Miss Eddyville, are visiting her mother, spent the week-en- d 'has had a hard winter but is imprav-in- g days of last week. ceived his discharge from service last Margaret Conniff that she is doing Mrs. Jane Hendrick, who is ill at her Dr. 'A. L. Kincheloe, Mrs. Kincheand gaining now. week. Mr. and Mrs. Ciseroe Fentress of loe and baby, of Stanley, have return jcanteen work at the French railroad home. Frank- Skillman of Louisville is visGlen Dean,' visited their niece, Mrs. ed home after a visit with, his parents. du Nord." She has .station "Garc iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mrs. F. K. Reeser of Louisville and GLEN DEAN T. J, Springate. Sunday. just returned irom a motor trip to (brother, William Dean of Vine Grove, Dr. A. M. Kincheloe and Mrs. Kin-- 1 Skillwan. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Davison have chelor., Mattingly returned Mrs. Beitie some of the battlefields: Chateau have returna Father Odendahl, of Axfel, was here from Louisville, where she had spent returned from, a pleasant visit with Thierry, Soissons and Belleau Woods. after visit with friends ed home. ' relatives in Owensboro. IRVINGTON Monday. two weeks. Went to Rheims to see the wonder-ou- s Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Dejarnette McKinlcv Allen shinned a car load Mrs. E. A. Hawkins of Tuscon, Mrs. E. J. Robertson and Mjss Nell Cathedral and out to see what had She were in Louisville last week the guests Ariz., is visiting her parents, Mr, and Robertson were in Louisville last of stock Wednesday. Mrs. Joe Mattingly, Glen Dean been the "Hinclenhiiror Line". Mrs, Gus Salmon and children and week. spent Friday with Mrs. Mollie Demp-'ste- n jstates that she appreciates the great of Mr. Dejarnette's sister, Mrs. Lula Mrs. M. N. Robbins. , Mrs, R. N. "Warren who submitted The candy .sale for the benefit of Mr, and Mrs. Less Sarver soent sev privilege of having even the smallest Dutschke. Mrs. Hugh Fry mire and children, to a surgical operation at her home the Methodist church last Saturday eral days, in Owensboro last week the Mr. and 'Mrs. G. T. McCoy, Louis- part in the big work of the Red Cross guests of their parents, .Mr. and MrsT was a success, ville are guests of relatives here. "I want to go toa: de suit." of Frymire, is visiting her sister, Mrs. is improving. and r Mr. R. L. Ditto of Cincinnati, O., Lena Smallwood visited at Fords Jeneral 'Duggins Wade. Pile and Mn Pile. Judge S. B. Payne of Hardinsburg, F'unds or Miss Conniff mors Morgaa Eskridge, sob of Mr. aad The Ladies Aid gave a dinner at is here visiting his brother, Moorman ville last week-enwas in town, Sunday. than anxious for her return. C. W. Dean spent Saturday in Mrs. C. C. Eskridire. Lta. MturoaJ Mr., 'and Mrs. Henry Morton, J. B. Hotell, N. Gardner, A. T. the Masonic Hall, Monday for the Ditto. drive held here Tues Hardinsburg on business. from overseas wvice. Pvt. EslcntM with Adkins and Dr. Vl .B, Taylor are in benefit of the church. They served a Victory-LoaOwensboro, spent the week-en- d Miss Mnxinc Hoskins went to says he saw many wonderful sight, Lexington to attend the Republican splendid dinner and made money for day evening was decidely a success in Mrs. J. F. Vogel. securing subscriptions to the amount Fordsville, Saturday to take tier music but there it ho place like "Hats their church. ,J. W. Massie of Louisville, was in convention. Swset IjfcwHe." Bro. Sinks spent several days in ;ot $4U,ikWjk. lesson. , Mrs. J. T. Johnson and Frances tewa I'riJay. f HARNED I ! I J Mon-,wu- - - Cor-10m- reg-th- - rrid-wee- k I I n' - as n.-- d. -- n ,7, 'A Lisa