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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1919 Pages No. t LONG SUFFERING COMES TO AN END Mrs. Jess Weatherholt Has Been in Failing Health For Some Time. The funeral of Mrs Jess Weather-hol- t was held from her late residence on the Hill. Tuesday afternoon at l:M o'clock. The services were conducted by Rev. W. O. Rickard assisted by Rev A. N. Couch, followed by the interment in the Cloverport SOLDIERS AND SAILORS DINED IMPORTANT REAL ESTATE DEAL MORRISON'S HAVE A FAMILY REUNION. The children of Mr and Mrs. Joe F. Morrison gathered at the home of their parents in this city for a family reunion on Sunday. Seated at the table for the bountiful I:.' o'clock dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Morrison were the children: Mr. and Mrs. William Boutcher and William Boutcher, Jr., of Lewisport; Mr. and Mrs. Rernard Morrison and Mary Jo Morrison, of Irvington; Mr. a and Mrs. Homer Morrison and Tilford Morrison, of Sedalia, Mo.; Murriel and Joe D. Morrison, and Miss Inabell Morrison, of Cloverport PflOlldl of the family included. Mrs E. (f Morrison. Mr. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrison. Morrison, of Owensboro; Mr. James Haynes, of Jonesboro. Ark.. Conley Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Hoffious of this city. , LOCAL STORES TO CLOSE AT 8:30 cemetery Mrs. Amanda Ruimalds Weather-hol- t was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rube Runnalds, of near Holt. years old Ky., She was seventy-fiv- e For the last several last December. months. Mrs. Weatherholt has been She was critically failing in health. ill for several days and her children. Mrs. Hiram Moorman and Mr. Marion Weatherholt, of this city and Mr. 'Jess Weatherholt, of Louisville, were with her when the end came, MonBe day evening at six o'clock. sides her children, she leaves two sisters, Mrs Leischart, of Kansas, and Mrs. Laslie, of Louisville. Owing to her age, Mrs. Weatherholt rarely left the confines of her home, and since the death of her husband a few years ago Mr and Mrs. Hiram Moorman and family Mrs have been living with her. Weatherholt was a member of the Cloverport Methodist church and lived according to its doctrines. She was a faithful christian, a devoted mother and a loyal neighbor. Phelps, sons of Mr. and Mrs L. McGavock and Mr. and Mrs. David Phelps, for their work in rilling up a deep cut in the side walk approaching the East end of of the bridge. The heavy rains washed this cut in the dirt walk, so Masters McGavock and Phelps, who were fired with an abundance of civic pride, filled their wagons with cinders and hauled enough to fill the entire cut, and on an extremly hot day at that when most little boys would rather be playing than working. These youngsters are to be very highly commended. The inhabitants of the entire itv are greatly indebted to Mas- ters John McGavock and Billy P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Henry CashmanjMiss Evelyn Hicks Purchases Have a Reunion of Dis- Heyser Building and Sells charged Men in Uniform. Her Property. Merchants Enter Into An To Close Early On Saturday Nights. The local merchants of Cloverport. whose custom it REVIVAL BEGINS AT M. E. CHURCH Sunday Morning. Rev. B. F. Atkison of Owensboro, to Assist Rev. Rickard. Rev. W. O. Rickard. pastor in charge of the Cloverport Methodut church, will on next Sunday morn- Raymond, Ky., Aug IM (Special) Mr. and Mrs Henry Cashman entertained with a dinner at their home on Sunday of last week in honor of the discharged soldier and sailor boys of this community. There were eleven of the boys in blue and kakhi who sat at the table to partake of the delicious dinner which their hostess had so graciously prepared for them. They were: B. Johnson and Herbert Dutschke. sailors; Johnnie Avitt. Robert Noble. Hubert Shaw, Owen Bassett. Mirland Claycomb, Rasham. and Raymond soldiers. Invited to be with these boys were: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Avitt, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Avitt. of Lodi-burMisses Nola Haynes and Hat-tiDutschke, of Webster; Miss Carrie Kelm, Miss Louella Black and Mrs.. Joe Claycomb, Lodiburg; Mrs. Grov-e- r Biddle and baby, Evaline, Mrs. Icy Pollock and Junius Miller, of Fry-mirElbert Johnson, Oda Noble and Obon Biddle. e e; . ' One of the important real estate of this year is the one which gives Miss Evelyn Micks ownership of the Heyser building, and Dr. Jesse Baucum in turn becomes possessor of Miss Hicks' property The deal was made duett with the parties concerned; and the consideration was not divulged The Heyser building is located on Main street next to J. C N'olte & Bro's store and at present is occupied by Jones' Pool RoOCB. It was purch-- I ased from Mr Roy Heyser, of Huntington, VV. 'a Miss Hicks will use the building tor a millinery shop and will probably not take possession before spring. Dr. Baucum bought Miss Hicks' property which is also on Main street to use for his dental parlors. How-- ; ever, it has been realiably stated that Dr. Baucum intends to do away with the present frame structure and have a concrete building in its place. dr.tl- . has been on to keep even- their stores open Saturday WARNING GIVEN TO LAND OWNERS Along Public Highways To Clean Out Fence Corners Of Undergrowth. The last Legislature of Kentucky passed a law requiring all land own-- I ers along the public highways to cut out their fence corners each year. Under this law. folks failing to cut out their fence corners are subject to a tine and it is a pretty heavy fine too. The object of the law is to keep the shade out of the roads. Many roads are kept damp and muddy by reason of the sun failing to shine in the road. which is due to bushes and trees in the fence corners. This is a good law. because every man should have pride enough about him to clean out his fence corners along the public highway, without having to be forced to do it. but if he does not have this pride we will not as a matter of choice, but as a matter of duty, force him to have that pride by bringing him into court and giving him a fine. Law is law, we are going to enforce it because we are bound to do it. We have no desire to cause any man one bit of trouble about this matter, but we are going to do our duty as best we can. Therefore, take advantage of the opportunity that is before you. John Bloomer. County Road Eng ings as late as ten o'clock, have entered into an agreement which will stand good for the year round, to close their stores on Saturday nights at 8:.10 o'clock except during the month of December ami the Saturday's when pay-dafalls on that day On other nights the stores as a rule close at li o'clock. This agreement enables the merchants and their employes to have more recreation and rest on Saturday evenings, and the Saturday night shoppers will have to arrange to do their shopping earlies in the day. The agreement and those who signed is given below: Cloverport, Ky., Aug. 14, Hill). We the undersigned, agree to close our places of business on Saturday nights at 8:30 o'clock, excepting when railroad paydays fall on Saturday and also during the month of December. This agreement to go into effect Aug y CENTRAL ROUTE CHANGES MADE IN U3rd. ing. August 24, open a revival meeting. He will be assisted by Rev. B. F Atk'son, a Methodist pastor of one of the Owensboi.i churches, who wU be here on Monday and preach in the afternoon and evening serivces. His first sermon Monday night will be his John P. Haswell Weds famous lecture on his trip through In Portland Oregon. Palestine and Egypt. The afternoon services begin at Announcement of the marriage of 2:.;0 o'clock, ami the evening-sonMr. John P. Haswell, Jr.. of LouisY'bO. Thfeftiem-teri ville, and Miss Avis Wescott, of Port- service vill one at :f the church choir winr lu'": land, Oregon, has been received in Cloverport and throughout Breckin- charge ci the music. ridge county, with a great deal of inRevival Closed Aa Raymond. terest owing to the prominence of the in groom. The wedding took place Raymond, Ky., Aug. 18. (Special) Portland, on Tuesday, August 5. one of the Quite a large crowd attended church Mrs. Haswell attended Breckinridge county Teachers! In- here Sunday, also the baptizing in stitutes held in Hardinsburg, the the afternoon at Mr. Mattingly's pond near here. groom's former home. The meeting closed with four new Mr. Haswell is one of the leading attorneys of Louisville, and is known additions to the church and much over the state in political circles and good has otherwise been done. Rev for his active interests in all forward R. C. Kimble, of Corbin, Ky., assisted in the meeting. He is a splendid movements of civic improvements. speaker and all regretted very much when he received a message catling Ice Cream And Barbecued Mutton Prove An Attraction. him to his home on account of the serious illness of his three months It seemed as if half the inhabitants old grandson. Meeting closed Sunof Cloverport attended the ice cream day evening. supper given Friday evening on Mr. Chocolate Cake Brings $8. James Dejarnette's farm on the Hill. At any rate, the proprioter knew Holt, Ky., Aug. 18, (Special) A what would attract a crowd, so he provided plenty of ice cream, and bar- large crowd attended the ice cream becued mutton altho there was not supper here Saturday night given for enough of the latter, and soft drinks the benefit of the church. Cream, cake which helped quench the thirst of and soft drinks were served. Sever! those who entered into the square nice cakes were raffled off and the beautiful chocolate cake donated by dancing Mr. Dejamette has given other Miss Frances Rhodes, of Addison, picnics and barbecues so he is not was selected by the committee as one entirely new in the game and ac- to sell chances on, which brought $8 Games were enjoyed by the young counts mainly for his success. He infolks. Proceeds were good. tends having another one soon. s TO BE BUILT IN KY. PLANTERS INS. CO. Road Between Owensboro and Meeting Held In Irvington Smithland Has Been Decid- Last Thursday And New j ed Upon. Officers Elected. The good roads fever is spreading to a very great extent. The latest federal aid road designated by Commissioner Rodman Wiley, is the one to be known as the Central Route traversing the counties of Daviess. McLean. Muhlenberg, Hopkins. Caldwell, Lyon and Livingston extending from Owensboro to Smith- land There were two routes favored for this road and the rivalry between the two was pretty sharp, so Com-- j missioner Wiley designated both routes and they both will be built if the counties provide the funds. This is the way the two roads will run according to Wiley's statement: "One road to begin at Dawson Springs run to Earlington, using the Dixie Bee line between Farlington and Madisonville, and then to Sac ramento, then on to Owensboro by way of Calhoun and Mosleyville. The other road to begin at Dawson Springs, go to Earlington, using the Dixie Bee line between Nortonville and Earlington, proceed then to White Plains, Greenville, Central City. Suoth Carrallton to Sacramento then to Owensboro by way of Calhoun and Mosleyville. "In future years should Ohio county decide to build from the Muhlen-berto the Grayson county line the connection will be made at South in Kentucky y J. C. Nolte & Bro.. Golden Rule Store. N. Cohen, Mgr., L McGavock, J. H. Brown, S. L. Wheatley. Cow Heel Grocery, Hill Grocery, (G. Wethington), Ethel O. Hills. Conrad Sippel. Mrs. Mary Grady And Captain Herndon Wed. Capt. Henry H. Herndon and Mrs Mary Butler Grady were quietly married Saturday afternoon, Aug 9, at the McCurdy Hotel in Evansville. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Conchman of the Central Methodist church. The ring service was used. The only attendants were Mrs Hattie Griffin and Len S. Butler, a nephew of the bride. Capt and Mrs. Herndon returned to Henderson after the ceremony and will be at home to their friends here. Capt. Herndon is manager of the Hotel Kingdon, and is well known in the city. Mrs. Herndon was the widow of Capt. William S. Grady, who formerly farmed Diamond Island until his death several years ago. Henderson Gleanor. Irvington, Ky. Aug Hi. (Special) At the annual meeting of the PlantInsurance Company ers of Meade and Breckinridge counties held in Irvington. Thursday, August t. lino, the following important changes were made: J. E. Jordan. Ekron, Ky., elected president: E H. Shellnian. Irvington, Ky., elected vice president; W. A. Stith. Guston. Ky.. elected Treasurer; H. A. Ater. Irvington. Ky.. elected Secretary. The following were named as directors for this vcar: K. H. Shellnian, S. C. Dowell. J. E. Payne. H. G. Vessels. H. A. Ater. H. H. Norton, B. J. Foushee. J. K. Jordan. W. A. Stith, H. W. Adkisson and S R. Frymire. Article 4 of Constitution was Xo risk shall be to read: taken where the buildings are on Democratic Campaign Leaders To Meet In Louisville. land mortgages for more than three fourths the value of the land, deductDemocratic State Central and The ing improvements. Executive Committees held a meeting in Louisville last week and favored that city as a place of meeting for the State Convention of the Democratic party on Thursday. September 4. when the leaders will formulate : a platform of principles on which the campaign will be waged this fall. Thomas S. Rhea, of Russelville. On First Day Of Community vas selected as head of the campaign Meetings Held at the County committee. JOHN L. TRIPLET, JR. DIES AT SIX MONTHS. Bewleyville, Ky , FARMERS HAVE A Aug. 18, (Special) GOOD MEETING Carrollton." The counties will be given until October 1, 1910 to raise the required funds for construction. May Join Dixie Highway. After Mr. Wiley had designated this Central Route, he informed Judge Wells, of Owensboro, over the telephone that the commissioner had decided to designate a continuation of the Central Route eastward from Owensborp, by way of Whiteville, Fordsville, Falls of Rough, Leitch-fiel- d and on to Elizabethtown to intersect with the Dixie Highway at that point. Mrs. M Big Type Poland Chinas The Farmer's Hog. raised the pi? that won first in the Pig Club last year. I have them good enough to win again this year, if properly fitted, and they are priced worth the money too. These are the kind of pigs that go out and make good and please their owners. In a few weeks I will be weaning some of the beat pigs that I have ever raised. See them before you buy elsewhere. Here you get the pig you buy; no drawing for choice, no lottery. I sell hogs and satisfaction. The sows of my herd come from three of the states of the Union. I have best let money stand between me and the hog never I wanted to improve my herd. 1 also have two males large enough for service from a litter of ten, choice individuals, for sale I g D. Beard Elected Parents-Teacher- Presi- dent Of s Council. now. The pork barrel is the ei the kind that till it. The sow pigs are all sale at weaning time. of the hog. I have The luncheon meeting for the purpose of organizing a parent-teacher- s council in Breckinridge county which took place at the home of Mrs. Marvin Beard in Hardinsburg, Thursday, August 17, was very successful in its purpose. The council was formed and the following officers elected: Mrs. Marvin Beard, president; Mrs. J. A. Sandbach, Garfield, 1st. vice president; Mrs. G. A. Wright, 2nd. vice president; Miss Clara Eskridge. Hardinsburg, secretary; Miss Rosa Lou Ditto, Irvington, treasurer The speakers at the meeting were Miss Booth and Mrs. Gifford, of Louisville and J Raleigh Meador, county superintendent of schools. Slumber Party. Miss Louise Weatherholt gave a slumber party Thursday evening at the home of her parents, Mr and lira. J. C. Weatherholt, in hooor of Miss Gensy Wills, of Louisville Miss Weatherholt, Mist Wills and Miss Lillian Polk composed the happy party Married In Louisville. Mrs. R. L. McGuffin announces the disease and suffering he was called The opening day of the Farmers' marriage of her daughter, Lilyan upon to endure, so God called and Community meetings which are being Breeding McGutfin, to Mr. Charles T. he went sweetly home after a week's intense suffering, having died August held on Monday Tuesday and Wed- Shelton on Saturday, August Hi 13, at 1 P M. nesday of this week in Hardinsburg. Courier-JournaThe funeral was held at Ska hi nun was a very pleasant and instructive Mrs. Shelton is a niece of Mr. Joe meeting. Altho the crowd was not as Trent, of Irvington, and has visited Thursday after which the little body large as it should have been, possibly him and in Cloverport with Miss Tula was laid away in Cedar Hill cemedue to the short notice that was given Babbage. She is also a niece of Mr, tery. Much sympathy is extended to the loved ones. the farmers of Breckinridge county in Ike Meyer, of Louisville. which to et ready for the cominun-- ' ty gathering, yet those who did at-- I tend were highly pleased with the speakers and their1 messages. The meetings are being held under a large tent pitched on the street between the county court house and the county jail. At the first sesion on Monday afternoon. Miss Ruth McCubbins, of Hardinsburg. opened the meeting in giving an instrumental piano selecThat our manager, Mr. R. N. Warreu, is in Chition. Following this, County Superincago this week carefully selecting and buy in? tendent of schools J. Raleigh Meador goods for our fall stock. With the exceding introduced the first speaker, Dr. I. N. knowlMr. l. Seat This Week. The death angel has again invaded this community and claimed for its jown John Long Triplet. Jr., the infant son, and only child of Mr, and ;Mrs. John L. Triplet. John, Jr., was six months old and had never been a stout child, and his frail little body could not stand the ANNOUNCING (Continued on Page 8) Nicholas-Penne- r Wedding. A prise place 15 marriage which came as a surto their circle of friends was in that of Miss Edna Nicholas and Mi Pete Rentier of this city, which took Evansville, Friday, August Mrs. Penner is a daughter of Mr. Millard Nicholas, of this place and had gone to Evansville, to reside with her brother, Mr. and Mrs Eddie Nicholas After the ceremony, Mr and Mrs. Penner came up to Henderson to visit the groom's mother, Mrs. Martha J. Penner, and on Sunday evening they arrived in this city to be with his sister, Mrs. Austin Hill and Mr Hill indefinitely. Mr. Penner is a fireman for the rinveeport Light & Ice Company. Warren uses, and with his care that edge of the needs of our trade, it may be assured by our customer that our new fall stock will be selected from the best and the most attractive merchandise on the market this season. Our milliner, Mr-- . Lee Bishop, and her daughter. Miss A unit Le Bishop, are in Louisville this week too, tuiyiug the fall millinery stock for our .store. Our customers know the excellent taste that these two women use in selecting hats, shapes, etc., so it is not necessary ready-trimmed for us to add more. Bear in mind our store when you are ready to purchase your fall and winter wear. hoice mail pigs tor MARDINS-BUU- KINTUCKV VIC PILE, Harned, Ky. PAGE S THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY AUGUST 80, ltlff bert Heard with their visitor. Miss Rosa Driskell, of Cloverport motored to town Sunday, and were, ffneafo of the Misses Harned Mrs Ella Mattingly and daughter motored to Hawesville. Sunday Mrs. Octava Gray and daughter Miss Almeda. were guests of relatives at Irvington last week Rev. Harvey English filled his reg ular appointment at the Baptist church. Sunday. THIS AND THAT. Our Town. Colonel. were attracted to Cloverport on last Thursd.y by alluring circus Gentry' hut. as picture of usual, in small towns, the show diiln't itmoant to much It consisted of a hunch of fakirs, short changers and a few The parade was tired, starved animals nil. Those who went from Cannelton were Mra. Geo F. Smith and son. the IHnhauer family. William Gerber, Jr.. and two brothers. Geo. R. May and daughter, Eva, Geo. Steinsb rger, Henry Coyle, Robert May. Harold Dunlevy, Henry Huber, wife and children and Cannelton Tel Mrs Patrick Rowland ephone. Smalltown! You make us laugh. L You should have he n here and seen J the consternation caused by "Hiiiey" Huber getting lost The distress whistle was sounded and everybody got busy Mi "Hinev" was finally located behind a pile of brick with his shirt off ' 'Mot ing" himself of ticks. He said that Cannel on was suffering with an epi deinic of ticks, and that he couldn't enjoy the show unless be rid himself of We'll brt you four the pesky thii.gs bits. Colonel, you're full of 'em iMd you lay anything about a small town1 Don l NEWS FROM THE COUNTY "Cum A few Canneltoniana HARDINSBURG Mus Anna Vaughn Thrasher, left r Detroit. Mich., to be the Monday guest of relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs. L. B. Reeves have returned from Virginia and Washington, I) Cm after a visit with relatives Mrs Lovit Jarboe and daughter. Miss Mary Louis, left Friday for OwtnabOfW, M be the guests of Mrs. I J. F. Harry Has Hard Luck. Harry Gans. a popular chauffeur on the Henderson Route, is also an angler About a week ago he De Luxe as well was angling for bass down at Spo'tsville and something kept breaking his books. Finally he went to a blacksmith shop steel book and had a made about a foot long and attached it to an inch rope, and back to the river he put. He baited the hook with a "fiddler" and cast it out upon the troubled waters. Harry had but a few moments to wait and the rope began around He took a half-hitc- h to tighten a tree and struck out for help. He ran across a fellow driving a yoke of cattle and told him his troubles They ran the rope through the yoke ring and started Buck and Bright up the bank. Slowly the monster came to the surface, and when this giant cat fish saw what was going on he nave a flounce and drug the cattle in and swam on off with them. Harry says he saw Buck's horns sticking up out of the water about a half mile down stream, but going strong He is now threatened with a damage suit if he don't come across for the yoke of cattle. Harry says he can prove this story by K.irl Clark and Dick YVathen. case-hardenfour-poun- d Let's Have Another. and Tobacco Dealers of The moonlight picnic given Friday Breckinridge County night by Jim Dejaruett in "Stringtown ' on the Hill was well attended and enjoyed by all. There was plenty of roast Farm Hall mutton until Tom Rogers put in his Glen Dean, Ky. appearance and then one would think that Isaac Hale was hiding that mutton Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China He ate away so rapid v it dis appeared Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampso much of it liesuddenK became strickshire Sheep. en with "sheepeitis" and wanted to but Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Fain in everybody Tne spell finally workeil off Past Five Years and Tom lit in on ice cream, after the twenty fifth siucer he began to get stiff Home and a lire had to be started in order to W. J. OWEN ft SONS, Propietors thaw him out before he could get home Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 ' Buck" Freeman is some sheep eiter Poland China Hogs a Specialty too He was on the ground early and ate so much mutton that along about Polled Durham Cattle He says he 9 o'clock he began to blate believes in incarnation and transfer mation. but he doesn't want to come ORCHARD HOME FARM back her in the form of a sheep. G. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor A large dancing floor seemed to draw Breeder of When the band the mo-.- t attention Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs started playing 'Sugar in the Gourd" Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 2. and Roy Beav.n shouts out all to your places, and the dance was on in l ast and turious flew the full swing THE HOWARD FARMS tiddlers fingers, still faster moved the J. M HOWARD ft SON, Prop. dancers feet, and presperation flowed Sliortboru and Foiled Calle Rtiam Sultan, a like Milk and honey. son of White-hal- l Sultan, heads the herd. Duroc Hog, Sprafue Defender luads the When it comes to cutting the "pigeon herd. wing" Harry Newsom is in a class by Young stock for Sale at all times. It will pay you to visit our farms. himself. Being a little string haltered Glen Dean, Ky. in one leg adds to his charm in kicking up the saw dust. Lou Satttrfield dances divinely on one foot and exquisitely on the other and STEPHENSPORT Hardinsburg. Ky. when they both get in motion Lou is Dealers in a busy man. Y Schopp returned from LouisLIVE STOCK AND :s another good dancer. ville. Thursday. Joe Ballman He has the ease and grace of an sfial LltC) Whitworth is visiting TOBACCO relatives in Tell City. Mi-- Mary L Bos well, of LouisSam Ramsey can the end ville, is the guest of her grandmother. a minstrel show. man in He is as gi.ice Mrs. Geo M. Harkley. ful as an elephant and when Sain gets Hardinsburg, Ky. Mr Edd Ramsey was in Cloverhis feel in motion he can take a com off port. Thursday shopping Dealer in your foot quicker than "tleU It." High-Clas- s Mi- - Q C Slicllnian was the weekHorses, Mules, Fine SadLeonard Wctherholt is a youngster end gin s "l relatives in Union Star. dle and Harness Horses. Mrs. H S. English and children, of It will pay you with an old head and some feet. When to visit my Stables guests of he gets in motion the clatter he makes Amnions, were week-ensounds line a horse brigade going at full her mother. Mrs. A. B Crawford. y. Miss Tida Mercer, of Gainesville, Tex., came Friday for a visit with her brother. Mr t'laudr Mercer and Mrs Mercer. Mr. Joe Fhelon. of Owensboro, ptM Tuesday here on business. Frances Heard and Edward Derrick, of Louisville, are the guests of relatives. CokHB Haswell. Jr.. and sister, Kninia Helen, of Louisville, are visitMr John IV ing their grand-fatheHaowtfl Mrs Nannie Adkisson has returned from Irvington. where she attended the funeral of her brother. Mr. Nicholas Payne. John O'Reilly spent Friday in Irvington. with Mr and Mrs. J. X. Akers Misses Helen and Edith Wilson, of Fonlsville are the guests of MiaMI Agnes and Lucille Jarboe. Mr A. R. Reeves, of Greenwood, Mi-- . arrived Thursday to be the guest of Miss Mary Franklin Heard Dr. Irvin Taylor, of Russellville. spent several days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor. Mrs. Anna O'Reilly and son. Charles Herbert have returned home after a visit with relatives in Hlooniington, III . and Louisville Miss Lula Vessells. of Owensboro, after a short visit with her aunt. Mrs. Bertha McGary left Monday for Louisville. Mis sNell Jones has returned from Asheville. N". C. Percy Amies spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville, the guest of relatives. Mr. Charles Pruitt and sister. Miss Bessie, left Thursday for their home in Henderson after a visit with their aunt. Mrs. W. R. Huntsman and Rev. Huntsman, Charles Mattingly. of Kvansville. catlM Saturday to visit his brother, Ernest Mattingly. Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Rough, after a short visit with Mrs. Sallie M. Heard, has returned home Mr Fd Rhodes and family and Mrs. Mary Rodes. of Whites ville. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs John O'Reilly. Miss Sallie Meador. who is teaching al Wood row, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Meador. Mrs. Ada Robards and granddaughter. Mary Leslie Robards, of Providence, are the guests of rela tives Mrs. Lula Dutschke and son, of Louisville, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Rachel Dcjarnette. Dud McGary. Clestine Mattingly and sister. Miss Regina and Bernard O'Reilly and sister. Miss Elenora, who motored to Whitesville, Thursday lor a visit with relatives have returned home. Miss Judith Watlington. who spent the week-enwith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Watlington. has returned to Webster. Gay Elder, of Louisville, came Saturday for a short visit with relatives. Mitaes Anna and Ruth Kincheloe. have returned from Henderson ville, X C after a visit with their sister, Mrs VV H Walker and Dr. Walker. Mr Hi me diell and family, of Mat-too111. are visiting Mr Bell's sister. Mr-- . Arthur DriskeH and Mr. DriaktiL hs Geo. EL Hess and children, have returned from Louisville, after a visit with her mother. Mrs Purnell. Mr and Mrs. Warren left Monday fo' Chicago. Mis- - Margaret Peyton, who has been the gtMSl of her parents. Mr. and Mrs F.i W. Peyton, has returned to Huntinsburg. Va. Mi-- Nell Meagher, of Louisville, and Miss O'SttlHvftn, of Kansas, City, Mo., are the guests of Misses Mary and Margaret Sheeran. r. d . n. Jarboe Mrs Ida Nottingham, of Lorlihurg, was the guest of Mrs W. J Schopp, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs John G. McCoy was the guest of friends in Cloverport. Thursday R. A .iiluitfti.ii passed through town Friday enroute to visit his brother. J ( Watlington, l.odiburg. Mr. and Mrs Harry Hamman and sofl, Robert and Miss Lyda Mae English, of Cloverport. composed a motoring party last Sunday and weie guests of Mrs Hamman's sister, Mrs P. D. Hawkins and Mr Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cashman and children were Sunday guests of relatives in Union Star. A crowd from here enjoyed the excursion to Cannelton. Saturday on the steamer. Nashville. Mrs. Mary Unser and daughter, Miss Nettie Mae. of Owensboro, are guests this week of Miss Unser's brother, C. A. Tinius and Mrs. Tinius. Several from here attended the all day service at Sample, Sunday. Miss Ruth Ramsey left Saturday for Raymond, where she is the gtif-s-t of , friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brown and daughter, of Owensboro. were Sunday guests of Mesdames P. H. and J H Morgan. Congratulations are being received by Mr. and Mrs. Wave Elder on the birth of a son. August 11th. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Blaine, Mrs. Harmon Blaine and children and W. H. Holman. of New Windsor, III., arrived Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Blaine are guests of their daughter, Mrs. Charlie Maysey and Mr Maysey while Mrs. Harmon Blaine is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith attended church at Hites Rim, Sunday. Mrs. Sam H. Dix entertained the following at 1"2 o'clock dinner Thursday. Mrs. Frank Ferry and Mrs. Miller Ferrv and baby, of Cloverport. and Mrs. O" W. Dowell and baby. Horace Roberts, of Louisville, visited his brother, Dell Roberts, last week. Mr. Vaughan, Farmer, Tells How He Lost All His Prize Seed Corn. RAYMOND Mrs J. T. Knott was in Hardin burg, Monday of 'last week. Miss Ruth Ramsey, Stephenspott, is visiting Miss Leo (.'ashman and other friends here this week. Miss Llsha Ha sham returned to Louisville. Saturday after spending a week here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F Basham ('ashman spent Friday Andrane ami Saturday at Mystic, visiting relatives. GARFIELD Sam Robbins and family, of Amnions, spent Saturday night here with Mrs. Robbins' father. J. S. Ater and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Taylor and attended church while here. three children, of McLean county and Mrs. Taylor Compton, of Raymond, visited relatives here last week. LODIBURG Mr. and Mrs. Elick Gray, of CusMr and Mrs. C. M. Beardsley and ter, were here last week enroute to where they have little daughter. Virginia Helen, of Fewer Valley, Rrooklyn are visiting Mrs. Beards-ley'- s bought property. Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Payne, of parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Lodiburg. were guests of Mr. and Head. Mr and Mrs. J C. Argabright had Mrs. Jim Kennedy. Wednesday night. Misses Mary Larue and Eula Her- for their dinner guests last Sunday, I Mr. and Mrs C. C. Grant, Mrs G. L Kay, of Caaher, Wyoming and Miss Ruth West Mrs G L Kay the daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. C. Gant will leave Wednesday for Denver, Col., Where she will he met by her husband They will go from there to South Dak, on a pleasure trip Dr J M Hardin, of Brandenburg, visited his brother. A .M. Hardin and his sister, Mrs. J. W. Brown, last week. FRYMIRE Several from here have been at tending protracted meeting at Raymond which has been in progress for the last two weeks. The ice cream supper given by the M. W. of A. on Aug '2, was a success. Mr. George Ashcraft. of Irvington, spent a night recently with S. J,. Brashear. L. S. Brashear was in Hardinshitrg, last Tuesday and purchased a Ford car from Mr. Nat Watlington. S. J. Brashear sold to H. H. Nor- - "Sometime ago sent away for some pedigreed seed corn. Put it in a gun-ne- y sack and hung it on a rope suspended from roof. Rats got it all how beats me. but they did because I got dead whoppers in the morning after trying Three sizes Me, "ioc. $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by. E. A. Hardesty, Stepliensport; Conrad Payne & Co.. Cloverport; B. P, Beard. Hardinsburg. , RAT-SNAP." DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Chicken Raisers, Live Stock Planters Stock The Selection of One s Luggage is something that should be given careful consideration, for proper traveling equipment adds or detracts in no small measure from one' comfort, and at all times the thins: you think you need is not the thing you need at all. The travel convenience of one's wardrobe is here given first attention, and there are wardrobe trunks to carry dainty gowns in s and perfection of freshness to the journey's end, fitted traveling bags for week-entrips to the city or country, and, ''over night'1 cases for a day's run in the motor car. suit-cased Valley Stock Farm Comparison throws into bold relief our offerings. Trunks, Suit Cases, Traveling Bags Come to ook and you will remain to goods is tbe best in this vicinity. buy-- as our line of traveling BEARD BROS. Reasons Why You Should Buy Here old-tim- Hi 75 different styles of trunks to select from Wardrobe Trunks, Dresser Trunk. Steamer and Hat $7.50 $5.00 $69.00 $35.00 No advance in price, although they are now 2$ per cent higher than when we purchased this large stock Portfolios Traveling from Rags $1.50 $2. $7.50. $9 .., $12.50 Suit Cases $1.50 $35.00 from out-dan- C. Ve Robertson Our line includes traveling goods of distinction such as Hartmann Trunks and Lilley Hand Bags d tilt. AT-S- N In doing the I'inchecoe glide Aaron G. N. Lyddan Jones shines alove them all. He is slightly bucked in one knee but when he KILLS RATS FARMER AND FEEDER gets warmed up he is hard to head. A'v mice Ah.ulutrly prrvrtiu olor from Irvington, Ky. pruvra Our lieoige Brown is a regular I.urd Chits car mt. cumri in package no mixingthis. cakrt with ttlirr terncid when n tomes to gracelul ma- food. uarautrd. 86c He can do the thru orme (1 cake) enough foi Pantry, Kn nipulation of his teet Cellar WEBSTER STOCK FARM (8 cakes) Mk. for Chicken "elm peeler" ton trot to perfection. liouv. H. H. NORTON, Owner coo pa. or small building. $1 00 sue (6 cake) enough for all farm At for tbe ladies Lord bless theui when tbe trumpet is blown, may tbey and out building a, storage buildings, or fac- Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in tory buildings. Sold and (iuarautecd by K. A. Hardrety, All Kinds of Live Stock. trip into heaven as gracefully as thev Stepliensport ; Conrad Payne gt Co., Cloverdid Priday evening Murfett Wabster, Kentucky port; ami B K. Beard, Hardinsburg KAT-SNA- R AP PAKK PLACE S. W. Anderson Company laoarporalcal Owensboro 91 Where Courtesy Reigns Kentucky . ........ mm iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Valti AUGUST 20. 1919 ton. of Webster, last week :io head of hogs. 1 months old weighing IS.V1 lbs. and received ?0r a lb. Mrs Mary Dodson has returned , It's, a aure home after a two weeks visit with r mcr, iflrr you rodrnt killrr Try a l'k ami ptoye it. Rata kJInl with RAT SNAP 1ra no mrll (alt friends and relatives at Tell City, Ind Miss Frances Severs, of Louisville, tuarantrrri. gi Aon't t n It it M. lift (1 cake) rnmigli for I'antry Kit-- i who is now visiting her mother. Mrs n nr rhi llr Mc. aift (I cakea) for chicken Home. Fannie Severs, of Union Star spent or mall liiililinn Wednesday niht with Miss Florence 00 aiia (8 cakeal cm, ugh (or all (arm II Bi itner. it Iniil.lingv huiMinga, or Morafr htiililiiif s Mr. and Mrs I R ( art and childSold antl ( hj K. A. Haril'.ly, ren spent with his parthe week-enHtcphrnapori Payne A- Co.. Clover- port; anrl II Mcanl. Ilarilinaliurg ents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cart, of Shiloh. Fannie Brnner spent last week with her aunt, Mrs Maria Stiff and other relatives, of Battletown. M ri John Hester, of Union Star, spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Crtis Barger. Mrs. Dudy Kclm, of Lndihurg, spent Friday and Saturday with her Avoid drastic cathartics. sister, Mrs. Gus Barger and attended What yonr system needs the picnic at Andyville. is a mild but thorough Several from here attended the picsomething cleaning out nic at Andyville. Saturday. conto remove and correct S. W. Bassett, of Union Star, was ditions which cause the the guest recently of S. J. Brashear trouble. You'll find it in and family. E. R. Cart sold 7 head of hogs 4 months old to Eugene Heavern, of Moolcyville, for tOC a lb. receiving, THE BR EC KEN RIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Mr. and Mrs. S. J Brashear and family entertained to dinner last Sunday. Those present were: Mrs. Paris Bsrr. Mr and Mrs Oscar Burk. Mr and Mrs Hubert Philpot. Rousseau Sketo. and Miss Ida t. Vrrti-Wl i cl r In the afternoon the guests IM I Mr. Paris Barr and daughter. Ml - Mofflf and Messrs George and Morton Wheeler. ; PAGE 3 rela-tives No IVIopc RATS ( rl BEWLEYVILLE R. M. Stith, traveling salesman for lo Stratton Terstegge & u ho- headquarters are in Nashville, spent . ; d I Constipation For wlndiestion DEYQNlsr "The Waterway to Health" An American Medicinal Mineral Water, bottled at the spring, without any conden sing or fortifying. 64 Doses $1.00 scribed by physicians for rheumatic affec tions, hardening of ar- tteries, high blood skin affections. On preacr lotion or from your rlrug- fiat.on Free book, request. The Devonian Mineral Spring Co. Dose I Tablespoon ful in a glass of water. Devonia is also pre- Dodson, Mrs. J. F. Biddle Mrs. Jess Knott motored to Hardinshurg, Monday on business. Mrs. H. L. Bruner spent several days last week in Ekron, the guest of Mrs. W. M. Frymire and Mr. Fry-mirand e. $110. C. L. Mrs. George E. Shelman and Miss d Che-nault. Frances Severs spent the week-enwith the Misses Frymire's of week-en- Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Burk spent the d in Union Star, the guest of relatives. (Incorporated) Owenaboro, Ky. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS The Frymire boys crossed bats with Union Star boys on the latter's diamond. 10 to I in favor of our boys. Miss Matilda Barger, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Maria Stiff, of Battletown, for the past two weks returned home accompanied by Ernest Geer. Is it Possible to Legislate the week-enat home. Paul Hardaway. of Brandenburg, spent the week-enhere with relatives. Mrs Powell, after a visit to her daughter has returned to her home at Glen Dean. Miss Beulah Payne spent Friday night with Mrs R. P. Carman and attended church at Guston. Announcements have been Sent of the marriage Aug of Mr. Houser H. Stith, formerly of this place but recently of Baltimore. Md and Mrs Irene Glossinyer, also of Baltimore. They are now at their home in Baltimore. Mrs Sue Jolly, of Chicago. Mrs. G A. Foote and mother. Mrs. Bettie Cox, of Guston, and Mrs. ('has McCoy were dinner guests Friday of Mrs. W. C. Jolly. Mrs. Thos Chappell has returned home after a two weeks visit to her daughter. Mrs. Shelton Hardaway, pf Lohrville, Iowa. Coleman Haswell, traveling salesman for Carter Dry Gsods Co , was in town Th"rsday. Mrs Sue Jolly is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. A. Foote. ' Mrs. Ella Compton is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Guy Bandy. The ice cream supper given for the benefit of the school here Saturday night was a success despite the crol night. Mrs. Del Lashbrook. of Owensnoro is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. O. BUfl-for- d and Mr. Blanford. j We are glad to report Mrs. Shelly Bandy improving alter havmg been seriously il j Mrs. Marian Powell, of Glen Dean, was called to the bedside of her little grand-son- . John Long Triplet. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C D. Hardiv.ay spent Sunday in Big Spring the dinner guests of their aunt. Mrs. Esther d d . . J Rhodes, while enroute to his position in Chicago. III. Mr Ballman. Mr. Aus MrGavock. Mr and Mrs. Jim of Cloverport. attended the supper at Holt Mrs Maud McKismis spent the week-enwith her sister Mrs Roy MiMillcn, of Addison. Miss Lnrile Hardin returned from school in Louisville, and will spend her vacation with her parents. Mr and Mrs Zack Hardin, of Holt The young folks around Addison-Hol- t and Stephensport. had a pleas ant time Wednesday night at the lawn party given at the home of Mrs. Forrest Hardin, of Holt Mush, gam es and refreshments were enjoyed by those present Mr Thos Flood entertained to dinner Sunday the little folks of Holt and Addison, in honor M his niece. Miss Katherine Riedel entertained with a lawn party Monday night in honor of her visitor. Miss I.Mr May. of Cloverport. ' last Saturday with fifteen additions. I Mrs. J. H Sparrow is visiting in Marion rounty. Ky. Miss Hallie Owen is expeitcd here this week to visit her aunt. Miss Lucy Hunter. Prayer meeting at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon at I o'clock. Mrs N S. Buckler, of Axtel. Ky,' passed here enroute to Hardinshurg.' last Saturday The taily party was quite a success' last Sattrday night. Prizes were won by Mr. Onie Burnett and Miss Cecil Dix. Beading by Mrs. Harry ( lark (nee Helen Whittinghill l String mu- sic and singing were enjoyed We pprtl iatcd all present ' FOR SALE! Blacksmith shop and tools. Fully equipped. Work enough fcr two men. Good fenson for selling. THOS F.BOHLER I Don't feed the stock more'n they can eat up clean. Even a pig don't relish left overs. over port. Ky. PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT j Mr. D. C Walls and I had an arrangement under which he represented me in all matters during my fifteen months service here and in France. We Sunday school here every Sunday have formed a permanent partnership under the firm name of MOORMAN o'clock at & WALLS and will practice together hereafter I am compelled to go to Mr. and Mrs Paul Hendrick and California in connection with my brother's estate and I will return in time children spent Saturday and Sunday to assist in preparing for the October term. with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marshall Very Sincerely, Miss Edith F. Do well was the gurst Henry DeHaven Moorman. of Misses Fffie and Hattic Hendrick. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John May. of O, are the guests of Mrs. Rachel Dejarnette. Miss M'lhel Downs spent last week with her COflfin Miss Hannah Hen-dri.s. k NEW BETHEL To my Clients and Friends: NOTICE I TO TAXPAYERS! Mr. Silas Miller, from overseas has receiv his honorable discharge and is at home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. S Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller. Ruth and Edyth Dowell spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jarboe. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roach and children spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roach, near Tar Springs. Miss Mary Pate is visiting at Clover Creek. Mrs Boone Jarboe spent a few days last week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jolly. Mr. Zeno Miller has accepted a position with the Bank of Hardins- have my new books for 1919 taxes at my office in Cloverport every Wednesday and Saturday. Books for the Sixth District have also been received and the taxpayers of that district can call and see me at my office in Cloverport on the above mentioned davs. W. C. PATE, Deputy Sheriff. FOR SALE 175 itHra-hear hurg & life and Brains? Swift & Company is primarily an organization of men, not a collection of brick, mortar, and machinery. Packing Plants, their equipment and usefulness are only outward symbols of the intelligence, life - long experience, and right purpose of the men who compose Dowell. of Garfield, was the guest of his uncle. Mr Sam Strother. Marshall, Thursday and Friday. Dr. and Mrs. Sam Henry Stith. oi" Miss Eloise Tinius was the weekEkron, were callers of Mrs D. C. end guest of her uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Heron, Saturday. Doff DeHaven, of near Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilson spent Herbert Alonzo and Paul Jarboe several days this week in Louisville. attended the ball game at Stephens-port- . Little Catherine, Maggie Blanche Saturday. land Thomas' Woodrow Wilson are Miss Louise Elder, of Hardinshurg. 'visiting their grandparents. Mr. and is visiting her uncle. Mr. Tom Elder Mrs. John F. Meador. of Basin and family this week Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carman. Mrs. GLEN DEAN R. P. Carman and Mary Richard Car(Left From Last Wssft.) man motored to Elizabethtown, Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. School began here last Monday James Reynolds. Mrs. Will Corby and children, were Principal Miss Cecil Dix whom all joined by Mr. Corby, Sunday and aft are glad to have hack again and aser a visit to her parents, Mr. and sisted by Miss Shelton, of Fulton. Ky. Mrs. B. F. McCoy returned Thurs- We predict a splendid school here. day to their home in Louisville. The meeting at Black Lick closed Laura Mell Stith left Tuesday for Paris, III., and Terra Haute, Ind., where she expects to visit her mother's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Chesley D. Wilson and Miss Amy Wison, of Basin Springs, were week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson. j j Mr. Trust Robert Co. . RIVER BOTTOM FARM! urivs on the ln'Htif iful Ohio, j mile long, opposite - t lie K . and known farm in Perry county, Ind. U well dmined. hn nii'iiiint supply of I'tipmvfMiitMtlai consisting of one house, WNtttr Blacksmith hop nil in good condition. htv n. sTra(?, ft I Ins (iovei iiiiient light, pav $1 p'i month. No better land V lie found. Will seil njhr. puiticu'ar.s write Ad-di-o- never-failin- g two-stor- l. -- c-- Mrs. Dora B. E. Miller. Hardinshurg, Ky., or C. Powell. Boonville. Ind. HARNED Rev. B. F. Wilson is holding a series of meetings aO the Methodist church here. Little Mary Elizabeth Bruington, who fell and broke her leg is recovering rapidly. Rev. Spafford Payne, of Clifton Mills, visited friends here Wednesday the organization and of those who direct it Will not Government direction of the packing industry, now contemplated by Congress, take over the empty husk of physical property and equipment and sacrifice the initiative, experience and devotion of these men, which is the life itself of and Thursday The Baptist Missionary Society met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. A. Weatherford. Misses Kathleen Miller and Ada Ruth Gregory, of Hardinshurg. and Miss Bessie B. Weatherford spent the week end with Miss Nora McCoy. iety met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. C. L. Bruington. Guy Tucher, who has been ill is The Presbyterian Missionary SocCopynvtot 1.1V by K J RamoISS the industry? TttlCH Co. What legislation, what political adroitness could replace such life and brains, once driven out? Swift "Dollar." Let us send you It will interest you. Address Swift ft Company, Chicago, 111. Union Stock Yards, improving ADDISON-HOL- T Roy S. Rhodes and sisters. Misses Frances and Christine Rhodes and Miss Corine Quiggins, of Cloverport, spent the week-enat M. Dunn-Ithe guest of relatives and friends. d Swift & Company, U. S. A. THIS SHOWS VHAT BECOMES ( THE AVERAGE 001 L AH RECEIVED BY 'SWIFT I & COMPANY IA1C Of Ml At Y INI hShdtimtt 63 St SSMTk UVI ANIMAL II.M ciNM raa uiaa UMM Ml I 104 CUTS SSI WITH nr .swr-coswu- faf IT Mr. L. D. Addison spent several days in Louisville last week buying fall goods. Miss Mattie Black. Miss Adelade White, Mrs. Sallie Frank and Messrs. Percy Black, Rube and Edirar Macv were pleasant visitors of Misses Frances and Christine Rhodes, Friday evening. Miss Lois Baird. of Owensboro. is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Ijeorge Merritt and Mr Merritt of Holt Mr. Morgan, of Amnions spent Saturday night with his sister, Mrs. S. P. Morgan, of Addison snd attended the ice cream supper at Holt. Koy Rhodes, who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Juo. Rhodes, of Addison, left Tuesdsy for Evsnsville to visit his sisters, Mrs. Maud Msttingly and Miss bertha SSf ' ssMsllJp .,. iiuiumi pun. sh .i. anal haU-pomn- d tin hmmi-und tkmt Wa.ay, y' mrmttical pounil eryttml MSSSJS 9SSSSI Aum.Jo. aJtS) multatr lam ihmt in. ssasssa " mm BaSr IfJ aaaaaaSBBB SbbbbSB BBBBbT BBW sing you a song of tobacco joy that will make you wish your life job was to see how much of the national joy smoke you could get away with every twenty four hours! You can " carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. You'll be after laying down a smoke barrage that'll make the boys think of the old front line in France I P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality And, let it slip into your think-tan- k that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch assurance that you can hit spots seven days out of every week without any comeback but real smoke joy ! -1 smoke-record-high filled cheerily in your of Prince PUT a pipeyou're onface that'sof smoke peacebrimf ul P. A. will if the trail For. ! -- R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston -- Salem. N. C PAGE 4 THE B RECK EN RIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY AUGUST 20. Hit The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAOK. SCHOOL NEWS "IT CAN BE DONE" Bv month and must be used in computing average attendance This item is of very great importance Editor and, PabUahw EIGHT PAGES 1876 Subscription nrirr $1!0 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY Roadman Wiley. State Road ("ommiioner By 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS SrBSCKIPTION RATES rear; .lOr (or 4 month; 7V tor month 1919 I.orala 10c linr. rhargnl tor at Somebody said that "it couldn't he done" Mr. ChinU Royalty reports sn enrollment of 30 out of a census of 87. His average attendance for the first The first monthly report for the month was 20. Mr. Royalty has orJ. Raleigh Mm. lor. AND VIEWS Superintendent. Card o( Thanlc, ortr S mrt hnt anil !k (or each additional insertion. Obituaries charted (or at the rate o( V per line, money tire rate o( 10c nrr line. K ia it not correct, pleane notify at. Kxamine ihe label on yoar paper. advance. in NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finiiihed readin your copy ol THE BRKCKKNRIDOR NEWS han.l do not throw it away or destroy it. friend who it not a aobucriher ; it to But he. with a chuckle, replied: That "maybe it couldn't," )nt he would be one Who wouldn't say so 'til he tried So he buckled right m. with a bit of a grin On his face if he worried he hid it; He started to sing, as he tackled the thing That couldn't be done and he did it! Somebodv m offed "Oh, you'll never do that; At least no one ever had done it; But he took off his coat and he took off his hat, And the first thing we knew he'd begun it. With a lift of his chin, and a bit of a grin. Without any doubting or "quit it," He started to sing, as he tackled the thing That couldn't be done, and he did itl year was filled August 13 by Miss Sue Wilson, who it teaching at Culverts, near McDahiels. In a district with a census of 35. She has enrolled 22 for the first month and had an average attendance of 16. ' CLOVERPORT AUGUST 20 1919 THE BEST TIME TO BRING HAPPINESS. That Andrew Carnegie is dead, and is said to have left a compartively small estate to his widow and only child after he had accunialated millions, is an unusual instance in the life of a millionaire, who might have left his entire fortune had he so desired. But this was not the desire of the great steel magnate Carnegie made his money from the people of this country, and to them he gave it hack in the way that they might help themselves to attain something in the world in the way that he himself has through the knowledge of hooks. A very large part of the Carnegie millions has been placed in Carnegie libraries. But the great philanthropist scattered his money in other directions that meant as much to humanity as the libraries have and will The remarkable part of Mr. Carnegie's life was that after he made his fortune be used it unselfishly and enjoyed it while he lived. We see people around us all of the time who. after they have accumulated a fortune either large or small, begin to stint and save and leave it for their children or some distant relative to squabble over. It is a mistaken idea of people to deny themselves the pleasures of life in order to save more than is necessary for those left behind. This is what Mr. Chas M. Schwab said of his devoted friend and partner: "Mr. Carnegie was the most considerate of men. He reached the top of the steel industry because of his efficiency in organization within his own ranks. No man in business was ever more kindly. He won, not because he fought his rivals without, but because of the perfection of his own organization within." Mr. Carnegie lived as best befits us all to live; to bring happiness into the world in life rather than in death. There are thousands to tell you, "it cannot There are thousands to prophesy failure, There are thousands to point out one by one The dangers that wait to assail you. But you just buckle in, with a bit of a grin, Then take off your coat and go to it Just start in to sing as you tackle the thing That couldn't be done, and you'll DO IT! be done," Miss Bessie Galloway, who is teaching at McDaniels, reports an enrollment of 5fi out of a census of 70, with r The new hooks are promised by an average attendance for the first September the first I have sent each month of 42. teacher a list of the books used in Checks for the monthly salary of each grade, and would urge that every teachers will be mailed out immed- pupil be instructed as to what books iately upon the receipt of the report he needs so that when the books ar properly made out and signed by the rive they may be secured immediately. trustee and chairman. Teachers Nothing else is quite so important should make the report promptly at the close of the month. Let me again to your child as his education and Proper education means call your attention to the importance health. of the "Aggregate attendance." Ag- health. gregate attendance is the total of the SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS attendance by days for the entire I ganized a Community Club and is doing some splendid work in his district aside from the regular work of the school room. Are you putting out that "propaganda" in your in fsvor of a better school and better paid teachers? You must bail out your own skiff or it will sink. Will you do it? dis-itri- ct Give Yourself Soy beans acreage is 87 per cent, Returning To Their Home in Arizona which is a slight increase over last Mr. and Mrs J. T. Hook, of Globe, year. Condition is given at 83 per Ariz., who have spent the past three cent. Cow peas acreage shows at 80 per months visiting relatives and friends cent, which is 4 per cent less than in Breckinridge county, left last week last year, and the condition shows for Stuttgart, Ark., to visit Mrs. 80 per cent. Hook's brother and family, Mr. and Sorghum is almost a failure. Mrs. Claude Grant. Condition of potatoes shows at 72 From there they will motor to per cent, and the estimated acreage Wichita Falls, Tex., where they have of the second crop is but 74 per cent, extensive oil holdings. This is their which is but a slight increase on the first visit home in six years. Mrs. second crop over last year. Hook was Miss Anna B. Grant, Sweet potato acreage shows at 89 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Grant per cent, with condition at 85 per of Lodiburg. cent. Garden conditions are given at 74 Half Off. pe- - -- ?nt. i "Last year she wouldn't marry him Live stock is reported in fairly-goocondition, v.ith the exception oi because he was fat, but now that he scarcity of stock water in some sec- has grown thin as a rail, she accepts him." tions. "Well, you know how women like Pastures show a condition oi SO Cara thing that has been reduced." per cent. Taken as a whole, the report would toons Magazine. indicate that without continued rain this month crop conditions are ex- "Rat-Sna- p Beats the Best Trap Ever Made." Mrs. Emily Shaw Says. ceptionally low. I I "My husband bought $2 trap. o The The annual State Fair is attracting bought a 50c box of RAT-SNAits usual interest this year. Every trap only caught 3 rats but RAT-SNA- P killed 12 in a week. I'm never farmer owes it to himself to take a Reckon I could without RAT-SNAvacation, so why not arrange your not raise chicks without it." RAT-SNA- P work to attend the Fair the week of comes in cakes. Three sizes, September and make plans to 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by take your helpmate along too. She E. A. Hardesty, Stephensport; Con needs a vacation as well as the rad Payne & Co., Cloverport, B. F Beard, Hardinsburg. , P. A Chance Determine to be financially "well-fixed" The Cloverport Loose Leaf Tobacco warehouse will brine; a lot of to our city this winter. And It is going to be the merchant that who will get the benefit of the business. The latest rumor is that Cloverport is to have a large and new hotel building. We are already starting to grow since the Ohio River Route has been assured. Carnegie made his millions through brain power, but many people are inclined to think that the millions are made today through brawn power. some day, like some of your neighbor friends. You are the best friend you have if you just give yourself half a show to make yourself comfortably independent. Open an Account With Us and keep building it up with regular deposits. Let this bank be your aid and adviser in every way. We With our core of efficient correspondents, The Breckenridge giving you all the news from over the county that is fit to print. Mr. Babbage spent Did you miss him? this Monday in News is Boston, instead of Hardinsburg. In one week New York City had than a ten strike. 110 strikes. At any rate, it had more j are willing. Are you? The next two things for Cloverport are water works and an aircal mail route The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. STRONG ACCOMMODATIN6 FARM AND STOCK Alfred Blair has sold his farm near is mostly known as the Joe Beavin farm, to Dick Beavin for a good consideration. o The Kentucky crop report for August has some interesting paragraphs given herewith. Wheat did not come up to expec tations. The State average is given at 11 bu. per acre, running in various sections from 9 bu. to 14bu. as sec- tional average. This is 3.9 bu. less than last month's estimate. In some localities it is reported as threshing exceptionally light. This average is one bu. per acre less than last year. On a preliminary estimate, rye is everaging a yield of 11 bu. per acre; while oats is averaging 20 bu. per acre, which is bu. per acre less than last year's estimate. The outlook for the corn crop is for a short one, owing to the excessively hot, dry weather. Corn on the lowlands has not suffered to the ex-- 1 tent that corn on the ridges has. The western and northwestern parts of the State show the greatest damage the Tar Springs and which j ' from drouth. Great stress is laid upon the need of copious rains during this month, in order to bring crops up to any thing like normal. Corn acreage shows at M per cent, while condition is given at "4 per cent. This is 20 per cent lower in condition than has been given for several years, and would indicate an exceptionally short crop of corn. Burley tobacco shows an acreage of 9H per cent, while condition is given at Hi per cent, which is a slight improvement over last month's condition. Dark tobacco acreage is given at 91 per cent, and condition 78 per cent, indicating the hardship the has worked upon this crop. A very uneven stand of tobacco is The Bank That Helps You Help Yourself Hardinsburg, Kentucky. FOR THE -- . - r. v - reported. Condition of hay is 92 per cent, with an estimated yield of 1.5 tons per acre. Some hay was lost owing to the excessive prices demanded for farm labor and shortage of help during the time of harvest. Condition of alfalfa is given at 84 per cent, and it is estimated the yield of the second cutting will average one ton per acre. jj season ricjors of every HOME CANNERS all the eveiy i 771 resist" r in s. climate. The time of year when the home can-ne- rs i Funous Spnng Storms will not wash any part jf rl.is roofing into the It will not soak up moisture, grow moss, or start to rot during a prot racted rainy season. It defeats water. eave-trough- Scorching sun will not dry it out, will not cause it to melt or run. It withstands heat and sunlight. Mason Glass Jars, Half gallon size, per dozen $1; quart size, per dozen 85c; pints, per dozen 70c. are busy canning vegetables, fruits, preserves, etc. And all of the many things .that are needed in this process may be found in our store. Fashions for Fall Presenting this week the smartest and most attractive designs from the Cin- ilSS ma Soon Dry Autumn winds will not cause it to curl and come loose. It defies changing temperature. Rubbers. Tin Cans 65c per doz. Sealing Way gS vyC-- Bb& Roofims Roofi - not cause it to crack. Coldest winter weather does --. mt m isyFZ -- mi comes ice action. These great powers of resistance and the low price make Carey Roll Roofings the big value for you. See us It over- about your requirements. Carey Building Materials Fibre Coating for Roofs Elastlte UztMtnsion Joint Asbestos Materials RollRooflnaa wauooarj 85 Magnesia Pipe and Hoil-- r Cover'-i- a Carey Flexible Cement Koohngs Damp-Proofin- cinnati market in Asbeetos DuUt-U- p Roofs F I be rock Asbestos Fells Aafaltslat Shln&lea Hats Coat Suits Tricolete Roofs Asphalt Fuilt-U- p Feltex Asphalt FeUs Insulating Papers Asphalt Fitch g Compounds Hoofing P tin l Extra quality aluminum preserving kettles; 4 quart size Extra quality aluminum preserving kettle; 4 quart size Extra quality porcelain preserving ket tlee;4 quart size Extra quality porcelaiu preserving ket- ties; I quart size 0 I iDU A4 PA ai nr J) $ Mr CCn DvC 40 C Wlckless Efficient Stove Something new on the market. An oil and gas stove combined. Manufactured by Robinson Bros. Come and examine this wonderful stove. fuel-saving Satin and Serge Dresses Mrs. Ethel O. Hills Cloverport Planing Mill JAM. M. LEWIS. Lumbar and Huiiuiny Malarial 0(1 lea Cloverport, Ky. Proprietor aad Mill n.ar Dsset, Clsvsrssrt E. A. HARDESTY The Hardware and Implement Man Stephensport, Ky. AUGUST 20, 1919 The Brecken ridge News THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY Misses Mary Jo Mattingly, of this CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS city, and Mary Clark, of Koine, Ky.. have heen guests of Miss Mattingly's NOTR Plrae notify thf alitor mumm yo Mtr, Miss Agneta Mattingly in draire arlvrrt. amenta Hitcontinuerl aa'Saw1swiaaaa'sas' CtoinNlxiro, returning to their homes FOR SALE Saturday f ' hmond, Va accompanied hy nephew, Harold Wilson 1' I cat A ilson. son fit Harvey necoased. whom Mr. and Mrs Steve Wilson have taken to care for. Mrs. H C Pate went to Smiths Grove. Saturday to spend several days with her daughter, Mrs 0, R. McCoy and Mr McCoy. She returned Monday accompanied by her daughter. Mrs. W, A. Koff and son, Marion ( lay Roff, of Howling Green. Mr John Leech, Sr., of Ben Avon, Penn.. arrived Friday to accompany home on Sunday, his son, John Leech. Jr, who has been visit- his irranilmnthrr Mrs Keherra in Lightfoot. Mr and Mrs Leech with fheir rnii,ren w;i ,nend the remain- der of August in Atlantic City fatAirs i iti aaf wis- was in i Ave is lKirn Frj(lay Mrs WiUl and her daughter, Mjss Gency Wills. who have been the of Mrs wi,s. brotherf Mr and Mrs. Joe J Sawyer, left Monday for their home in Louisville, anied by Misses Jane and Mayme Bannon Sawyer. Mr an(, Mrs Horner Morrison and daughter. LaHoma Tilford Morrison. left Monday for Louisville, to visit with Mrs Morrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Arnold From there they will go to Dayton, O., to visit Mr. and Mrs Robert Akins before returning to their home in Sedalia. Mo I PAGE 5 Mr. and Mrs tion with his parent R. O Willis WEDNESDAY, AUGUST" 20. 1111 Mr and Mrs. C. A. Compton, of Ruhards, Ky.. were guests of Mrv lain id at tb Post OftVe at Cloerport, Ky. Compton's niece, Mrs. ("levc Miller a serond c'a.a .nailrr. and Mr. Miller, last week IHIS APFR REPRESEN fCD FOR FOREIGN 1'ercy ("arson, son of Mr and Mrs. ADVERTISING 0Y THE Krnest Carson, of Nashville. Tenn is here the guest of his aunt. Mrs. ' .'" i t ist and Mr. Crist. Misses Margaret Ashhy, Grace and OCNERAL OFFICE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Hessie West returned Thursday after Mrs. Mary RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIEJ spending a week with West in Hawesville. CAT IS FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- Mrs. Grover C. Welch, of New MENTS. Alhany has returrfed after spending several days with her brother, Mr For Prninrt and ( itr Offires IV County nr Slate and timer Opera., a f$2 110 and Mrs. Krnest Gregory. SlTi Diatrict For 10 For Calla, per linr Misses May and Celestia Rrovn .10 were the .. For Cards, per linrguests of Miss Lena Walz, Far all I'ubliration in the intereat of of Hawesville, and the Misses Hag-man- , individuals or expreaaion o( indiid.10 II virwa, prr Imp... of Skillman, last week. Harold Lewis and Klis Skinner of STARK-LOWMACO. the Bugler Band. Camp Knox, were Louisville Representatives week-en- d guests of Mr. Lewis' par- lents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis. United States Railroad Administration Mr. Collins Stewart Miller, who Director Oneral ot Railroads returned from the army service over-- ; Train Schedule on seas in July, was in Cloverport. Thurs- and I riday the guest of friends. H. & L. R. R. Mr. and Mrs. Mort Pumphrey, Har: The din Grove, Ind., were guests of Mr. Effective December 8th, 1918 sister, Mrs. Jim Dejar- nette and Mr. Dejarnette, Friday and EAST BOUND N Just I .1 word of evphination regarding rhnrsrl nl ' .y Wilton returned , STOkr rfCH'ftl Al KRM C : L. St j gts accomp-Puniphrey- 's STORF. Aftjoininff of thr town Strphrtivo:-1- . Ky., the following ilci 1 cribrH proirrty for r utorr fcpMtag MMM ft . with 9t4 nSh full Ifficth nn) JMt wtHr 1 warp-hotMt (lhoiir, KiriKr, rrih. chick rn houp. tiilip anH pntry comlmip.t ;5x72 ft.. r;okI cidtprn jut .utui Ip thp hmhlina; ; 1 a;ool icphounp (Iur In hill and wallpfl mid cpmrjifrd, 'JOJ ft.. hMMBI 1 frame If room fwpllina; joinrd to torr Idda;. hy a covprpd porch; (root) cellar 'imlpr dwplling. ISbII ft ; all npcciftary .' 1 ; room trnant houp on tot adjoinina; warrhoup ; rood ciitpm and all npcpary outhuildina;)! ; acrpn of laml, all undpr fetter : J m. ill farm of M acrpa, mostly in overflowed hot torn, adjoining storehouse lot ; 1 .Vroom hungalow, 1 cellar, 2 cisterns, I ham. I up to date hoa; house and .necessary out huiMings, all in good repair and fenced; low rate of insurance; can make good title ; price $.1,000. Reference : Rank of Hardinshurp; A Trust Co., Hardinshurg, Ky. A splendid open ing for an energetic man. Address Mrs. M A. MeCuhhins. Mardinshurg, Ky SCHOOL BOOKS I We have just heen notified by the Central School Supply Co. that the new School not be out much before September 1st. is caused on acof the fact that the count Text Book Adoption was not completed and contracts signed until July 10th. Yon may be sure that we will do everything possihle to get the new books at the earliest possible moment. Hooks would The delay . WANTED from the Navy service and is the guest of his parents, Rev A. N. Couch WANTED A govrrnraa to teach three child 0:20 ren - in '.nil ana istn grade, also compe and Mrs. Couch. WEST BOUND tent to teach piano muaic. Mr. Tom Mrs. Pope, of Louisville and Miss Webater, Ky. ...10:45 A. M. No 141 leavea Cloverport Daisy Hawkins were dinner guests .12 01 P. M. Arrivea Owenaboro MEN WANTED Good wages. 1'ermanent .12:68 P. M. ,of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Chapin, Hardins-jbur- g Arrivea Henderaon employment. Cloverport, Kentucky Experience not neceasary. I. (anting good trade. I'articuftirs on :28 P. M Route 2 on Tuesday of last Arrivea Evanaville Cut out this Ad. and send rmmed .8:10 P. M. week. Arivea St. Louis iately to Jenkins Vulcan Spring Company, No 143 leavea Cloverport 6:40 P. M. Richmond, Indiana, td miles North of the Mrs. D. J. Fath and daughter, Miss Evening At "The Oaks." Kentucky-Ohi7:0B P. M Arrivea Haweaville line. Hardinsbrug, Aug. 18, (Special" Arivea Owenaboro ..8:07 P. M. Erma Fath, of Louisville, are here the guests of Mrs. Fath's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jas W .Miller, of "The WANTED One portable saw mill and Engine 11 :28 No. 143 leavea Cloverport Haardin",urK (Ky. "' Mrs. Albert Cockeril and Mr. Cock- - Oaks" entertained the young people There Is Something In The Want Column Of Interest . Arrivea Owenaboro .12 32 1 28 A. M eril. Arivea Henderaon Thursday even- of their neighborhood 1:B0 A. M Arrivea Evanaville..- Mrs. Julia Hays has returned to 'ng Am? 14th, from 8 until 12 o'clock, T :89 Arrivea St. Louia her home in Evansville after spend- - Tne occassion being the 16th birthday 6 :4B No. 147 leavea Shopa ing a week with her sister, Mrs. H. anniversary of their son. Charles R ...8 :( Arrivea Owenaboro... The table was beautifully 'M. Blair and Mr. Blair, of Hardins- - Miller. .9 :15 Arrivea Henderaon. ... decorated in golden glow and hydan- burg Route 2. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Von Siebonthal thostess an! ,hcr fr'e,na FrarJces nd motored from Louisville to visit with 'he Mrs. Von Siebonthal's parents, Mr. Grause served ,he de,'8htful refreshand Mrs. H. M. Blair, of Hardins- - me"ts The 8uests were: Misses Regena burg. Route 2. McGarv. Virginia Rhodes, Alliene ' Miss P.ebecca R.cketts, of Miss- iller, Iula G. Miller, Martha Miller, sippi, who has been spend ng the vio,a Frank Frank Sa)lie g summer with relatives in brnon Star. DeHaven. Anna DeHaven. Enola is here this week the guest ot Mr. and Murrie, DeHaven. Mabel Davis. Mar-MrGeo. Crist. garet Monarch, Frances and Lena Misses Lora Carson and Lillian Miss Lena Walz, Frank and Victor Ward Grause. Lawrence Messrs Dugan spent Sunday in Irvington. Walz, of Hawesville, Mis? Anita Alvin Miller, Claude Downs, Mrs. Julian Brown and daughter, Mundel and Albert Mundel, of Tell Grause. Allen Rhodes. LeSiem Miller, Bruce Commercial Savings Miss Dessie Brown, spent Thursday ,Cky, were the guests of the Misses Miller, Moorman Miller, Hager Mill-- I in Tell City. Brown, Sunday. er, lsadore McGary. Frank Payne, J. Mr. and Mrs. E. H Briendbach, of Miss Frances Sawyer, who is visit- - E. Monarch. Ballard, John and Paul PMBiaiaalBlW BW MJfaW tag g 'S Owensboro, are the guests of Misses ,ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. DeHaven and Leo Grause. Eva and Eliza May. Sawyer in Hawesville, is expected Mr. William Schmidt, of Louisville this week to spend several days with A Musical For Their Guest. is visiting his sister, Mrs. E. Frank her aunt, Mrs. Joe J. Sawyer. i Misses Eva and Eliza May gave an Carter and Mr. Carter. Mrs. R. L. Williams and Miss Mar- - informal party at their home on Wed-garCollins has returnMrs. Warfield Franks, of Owensboro spent nesday evening for their house guest ed from a visit with Mrs. Clark Friday with Miss Irene Taul and her Warren, of Ammons, Ky. Miss Hallie Owen, of Caifornia, Coombs, in Owensboro. father, Mr. L. C. Taul. Mrs Ella Jordan is at home after Writi Seaton has returned from a who has been studying piano musica short visit with her mother, Mrs. business trip to Louisville, and ac- - the past winter in the Uamrosch 1ns1t ork City, gave a tew Ball, of Wolf Creek, Ky. cepted a position in the Master Mech- - titute, New jr. c t o selections and the guests enjoyed to ii ' "i ah. i Louisville, "iiiv tut, have been the recent i ii .'I 1. the utmost such a rare musical treat Deposit Boxes i gtiests of Mr. Graham's sister, Mrs. K. shops, of this city. Delicious ices and home made ;ake Gus May and Mr. May. Mrs. Geo. Weatherholt and daugh- - were served by the hospitable hostess- Hagman, ter, Mrs. C. G. Brabandt have been es Vf Misses Emma and Alice Sunday ,111 Louisville the guests of Mrs. tionto tho!e wno accepted their invita- Skillman, were the guests Thev were: Misses Owen, Weatherholt's daughter, Miss Cleona Ray Lewis Heyser, Margaret Burn. of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lewis. Edith Burn .annie Cohen, Mildred Miss Rosa Driscoll spent the first weatnernoit. Mrs. Clyde Morrison and Mrs. Babbage and Eunice Wheeler Messrs part of this week in Hardinsburg, Wilbur Gregory were in Louisville, Lafe Behen, If, M. Denton, and visiting relatives and friends. to see Mrs. Morrison's iao- - dred Babbage. Mr. and Mrs Paul Mrs. E. N. Morrison left Sunday ther, Mrs. John David Gregory, who Lewis. Miss Gussie O'Bryan aiid evening for Lewisport, to be the guest has been seriously ill. Mr. O'Bryan, of Tobinsport. of Mr. and Mrs. Boutchcr. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Nicholas and t, Miss Belva Jane French, of Belated Birthday Party, was the guest of Mr. and their niece, Miss Katherine Bozart. n Tuesday evening, a crowd of of Evansville, spent Sunday in Haw- Mrs. Harry lUmman, Monday esville, with Mrs. Nicholas' parents, yung people surprised Wni. C. Hulls, Mrs. Ben Ridgeway and son, James Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kyler. Jr- - of Skillman, Ky., with a birthday Franklin Ridgeway, are in Morgan-fiel- d here which There U an air of friendliness anH H. V. Duncan went to Hardin party A11,ho MJ H"lts birthday was for a several days visit. as he f,ranc Grove, Ind.. to see his son, Mr. and on Apnl (initncial or Hduciarv liusinesH make, it pleasant to ttansuct Miss Georgia Bishop, of Irvington, Mrs. Dan Duncan and hildren, who at that time his young friends decided with this Company. ,ve h'm a bLela,ed blrthdy P" has been the guest of her aunt and are there visiting Mrs. ' Duncan's par- - Among uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bishop. were present were . those When in need of personal and individual service in banking ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler. VI iv., . i'Ii'.m . HrAu iii.l ..t Miss Rosa Newton, of Louisville, Miss Lula M. Severs left hnday cloverport; Lena Walz, of Hawes- and trust matters; lake up ill ns in subject of opening with her parents, for spent the Week-en- d a short visit with Mrs. John E. ville; Bessie Miller ReMie relations at this strong, service divine institution. Hendricks Mr. and Mrs. Horace Newton. Kmcheloe in Hardinsburg. and from of Hardinsburg; Matilda Schroder, of Miss Susie Regina Warren, of t0 V,S1 her aunt' Mrs Louisville; ,erwt0.-Ekr.1Billie Igler, of Clifton 1 was the guest of Misses Eva w. a,, rrymire ana ur. rrymire. Spring farm; Erurna and Aice Hag. and Eliza May last week. Mr. and Mrs. bernard Morrison man, of Cedar View place; Brownie Miss Mattie Black, of Addison, and daughter, Mary Jo Morrison, of Lambert, of Sandy Creek. Messrs. Fourth and Market spent Thursday with Miss Cecil Hall. Irvington and Mr and Mrs. Wmj George Bentley and Frank Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Graham, of boutcher. of Lewisport, spent Sun- - of Hawesville; Karl and Harold Hag- Louisville, Kentucky Mrs. M. Basham and children, of day with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morrison, man, Lander Hulls, Conard Lambert Owensboro, left Friday for a. visit to Mrs. V. G. Babbage left Tuesday and Forrest Lambert, of Lewisport.4 Mrs Elizabeth Stinnett in Garfield, for Bewleyville, where she will spend Mr. Masterson, of Possum Trot, Ky. Ky several days with her mother, Mrs. OFFICERS Miss Elizabeth Babbage, of Louia- Sue T. Foote, at the home of the Mr. and Mrs. Hardaway Give a Dinner Bewleyville, Ky., Aug. 11. (Special) Monday evening and it tatter's son, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace ville arrived HKRNHEIM, Vice Pren. V.. I. BULLKIT, Pres. il Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hardaway the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas l.igtit Foote. P. J. HOI INK, Treasurer P. L. ATHERTON, Vice Pres. tertained at their beautiful country foot. Kdna Snain .nH Mlaa on Sunday the following guests: J. F. KISENBKIS, Asst. Sec. PAUL COMPTON, Secrefrtrv Roy Mullen, of Ravenna, is at home Landers, who have been spending r5 " n liHa ailU Son; "u R. S. RAPIKR, Ast Tretw. to spend several days with hia par- the r varatmn at th ..,,,.,. V.m. n( ents, Marshall Geo. Mullen and Mrs. Misses Pearl and Carrie Blair on Mr. and Mrs Thomas Stith and DIRECTORS Mullen. Hardinsburg Route 2, will return to children; Mr. and Mrs. Winficld Scott and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ben Anthony and their home in Louisville within a Mr. and Mrs Keith; Mr. and Mrs. John Witt and BERNARD BERNHEIM P. L. ATHERTON son. James Anthony, of Kirk, were short time. children; Mr. and Mrs. George R. V J BULLKIT U E CLAtiCiElT . of Mrs. Nola Dunn, Saturday Mr. and Mis. S. K. Wilson and guests .1 .. I L. and Sunday. W. PRATT DALE J. C. HERO children, Ear , Paul B M.rtan Gladys XrvMaa. Carroll Hardaway and Mrs. Elmer Mclean and son, Wil- and Mrs. Mike Flood and two. child- - Percy Foote . All enjoyed the day W HUME LOGAN T. J. HUMPHREYS a t ri t a. . w. wUh jts beautifu, and deliciou,y ...ulU1cu to r,.cT,y fred Mclean were guests of Mr. and (ihO ii. MONTZ FRANK.M1LLKH Mrs Louis Sahlie, Hardinsburg, Route and were guests of lira. Wilsons cookeJ diner , , a by ,he ho,tei, WOOD CRADY THOS. S TULEY m 9. uus. vv iicuaii 8, on Sunday CHAS HENSINUKR C R A LEY alias Lillian Guen, of Middlesboro, Miss Eloise Hendrick, assistant It O'clock Dinner Mrs William Hofnous gave a 18 o' Jiy has been the guest of her aunt, book-keepfor the Breckinridge Hdis Will McCrackeu and Mis Kath-eim- e Bank of Cloverport is taking her clock dinner Wednesday complimen- McCrackeu. vacation this week at home with her tary to Mr. and Mrs. Homer Morri- Covert were Willis, of Birmingham, Ala., parents, Mr. and Mrr. Hcndrick, ot son, of Sedalia, Mo. Jess Uid for twelve. arrived last week to spend hia vaca- - Hardinsburg. No. 142 Arritrea Arrivea No. 144 Arrivea Arrivea No. 140 Arrivea Arrivea No 148 Arrivea Arrivea lravea Cloverport Irvington Louisville lravea Cloverport Irvington Louiaville 10:lf .fl:14 - 12:20 8:04 ...6:00 7 :80 :1B lravea Cloverport Irvington Louiaville- leavea Henderaon Owenaboro ... Sliopa 0 :07 7 :80 A. M. 4 :00 P. M. 5 :00 M M M M M M M M Saturday. Mrs. Harvey Douthitt and baby, Ada May Douthitt, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sahlie, of Hard- insburg Route 1, Saturday and Sun- day- KCK S.M.K Two marra and one mrr i.iulc colt. Aildrraa, W. T. Kranach, Rome, Iml. rOI bull FOM SALK calvra. Two -- high S. D. gralr Burk. AaWMsaa, Ky. Arthur Terry Couch arrived home last week with his honorable release BALK 1 nice Short Horn Bull. months old. 15 nice pigs weight 3fl and 40 pound. Aeauchamp & Burton. Myatic, Ky. We close Saturday nights at 8:30. Society Items Lyd-da- J. C. NOLTE & BRO. .1 Of Local Interest -- To You k ea,Tne Interesting Personal Mention y s. Accounts Accounts et I ,7r Trust Safety v ' i, v I I Accounts Stoph-enspor- ' A Friendly cltmosphere . Am-mo'h- s, Lincoln Savings 'Bank & Trust Company Capital $500,000.00 Surplus $100,000.00 en-M- I r.rr 1 1 ' md , er PAGE 0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY MANY REASONS WHY NATIONS DESIRE AUGUST 90, WAVS TO FRESHEN VELVET. PAIK 3 0U PftRn LrllW 3,UUU rUIlli PRODUCED A DAY 35 PROCLAIMS EDUCATIONAL WEEK the Kentucky it engaged in a great campaign to wipe out illiteracy, a campaign which is led by the teachers and supported by every right thinking, patriotic ritiien of the state. While redeeming our adult illiterates we must also see to it that our children are kept in school and thus prevent illiterates from coming of? in the The noble teachers who are future striving to accomplish these two important things for our state are doing so heroic a work so constructive, .Hid sn 'omiueudahle that all must see the justice in taking immediate steps increasing the salaries of toward Better salaries are these teachers due them and better salaries they must have if we hold them in the ranks and keep our schools on a high plane of efficiency. The Kentucky Illiteracy Commission and the County School Superintendents of Kentucky have blended these three paramount educational problems and will present them for the consideration of the whole people of Kentucky during the week of AugDuring this week a stateust wide Kducational Campaign will be waged and these problems will be by earnest and patriotic carried speakers to the people of every county and every school district in the state. Such a campaign will cause our peo ple to stop and consider the illiterate in his darkness and his bondage, to consider the sin of keeping a child out of school and the unfairness of paying the teachers of this Commonwealth less than a living wage as they upon these have never reflected things before It will not only cause the citizens of Kentucky to think and reflect over the seriousness of these problems but will be followed, I believe, by prompt and decided action on the three things which I desire to household thiuft thrift helped win Branch Managers of Ford war. It will fortify the peace, tuak its fOOfm ing America powerful, Company Held a Convention prosperous, and its homes happy, Thrift is steady earning, wise spendIn Detroit. investing, .1 Household S Kcown, manager of the Mr Lonisx illc Branch of the Ford Motor Company, has just returned from the Ford Branch Managers Convention held at the factory in Detroit, where H Branch Manager from all the assembly and service branches throughout the United States and the 8 branch managers of the Ford MotM Company have been in session for the last ten days. "he fiscal year of the Ford Motor oinpany ends July 31st, and this ion .e ition. preceding an anticipated twvlyt months of unequalled produc-tir.i- i ami demand tor Ford cars, is of exceptional importance to the Ford Motoi Company and to the automoFord bile industry as a whole since assembling plants were represented where the combined present production is 9,900 cars a day and which have over 9. lion tmptoyef The manufacturing effort of the company for the first six months of the present year was concentrated almost entirely upon the output of war materials, and it was not until March, 1910, that the production of Ford cars and Ford parts began to assume normal proportions. At the present time output is averaging about .'(.(ion cars a day. and production for the year ending July II, HMO, wll he over ' US,MM cars. cars The production of '.i 000 Fo-a day has necessitated the development of departments at branch assembly plants and the Ford dealers organization to a point where many of these plants are assembling for the demands of the particular territories they serve an output of cars greater than the production of the average automobile factory. In toe convention particular attention was given to the question of J'le production efforts which are being made to meet the demand for Ford cars throughout the world, and an estimated output of approximately 1,000,000 cars was announced for next year. Futher attention was given to that part of Ford service to Ford owners which aims to place stocks of Genuine Ford parts within convenient access of Ford owners everywhere through regular Ford dealers and garages. ing, sane saving, careful and the avoidance of all waste. What the members of one family produce in outside industry and in the home adds to th enational product or "wealth heap" of food, clothing, and all desirable goods; this national wealth heap is divided us all, and out of it every family, each one of us. gets his living What one home wastes is aken from the Nation's wealth, and makes all homes fiat ouch poo-e- r The war taught us to pra.""f hrift together in food, in clothing, and in ill goods, in order io serve America and save the world. Our country asks continued thrift in the home as a guarantee that we shall remain a prosperous, progressive, independent, and dependable Nation. By thrift every household can take its part gladly in every Government loan: by investing in Government securities it can safeguard its future, and increase its income so as to full-fithe American ideal of personal independence and constant progress toward better living. Thrift is a permanent service which the household can render to the Nation. ll reiterate: Wiping out Illiteracy In The Hymenoplane. Increasing day school attendance. Bollen: You must have had an exBettering teachers' salaries. citing time getting married in the DENTIST I. therefore, proclaim the week of airship. August as educational week in Kapp: We certainly did. While Located permanently in Hardinsburg. Kentucky and call upon all school the minister was ty.ng the knot the Occupying office recently vacated by officials, every teacher and every citi- aviator was looping the loop Car- talker ' zen to devote their whole time during toons Magazine. this period toward arousing a burning interest in these subjects among the people of their localities. I recommend that all gatherings or occasions Velvets get defaced by having the pile or nap crushed It can often be it the place. Bargains for thia week. raised again by careful steaming. Lay I .0t bucket pure lard 0c a wet cloth over theback of the vel90c biootn 6$c vet, lift the two together, and pass .0c 8c broom .Vic apple buter jftc them over an inverted hot iron, holdOc :15c peach flutter ing the wet cloth next the iron; or I Or Macaroni . .Ac hold the velvet stretched over the 15c Washington crisps . steam from a vessel of hot water or Light House cleanser 4c a steam spreader on the spout of a And other such bargains Drop in and teakettle, with the back of the velvet j see for yourself toward the steam. G. Wellington, Cloverport, Ky. Dust may he removed from velvet by brushing, then sponging carefully and steaming. The Hill Grocery ... . lc I Dr. J. C. 0VERBY '!'t-'- 1 in conflict with this State-wid- e educa- campaign be postponed and that all who are devoted to other interests abandon them for the time that such an impetus may be given to these great educational problems as will lead to their wise and speedy solution. (Signed) ' James D. Black, Governor. tional GOOD FARM FOR SALE five-roo- O'BORO FAIR HAS FINE PROSPECTS For Being More Successful Than Ever. Nearly $7,000 To Be Given In Premiums. Prospects were never brighter and conditions never more favorable for a successful fair than this year in OwensKy.. 18. SIMPLE RITES FOR LATE STEEL KING. There were no nor any eulogy for the funeral of Andrew Carnegie, America's steel magnate and philanthropis, which was held at his summer home at Shadow Brook. Lenox. Mass., in the Berkshircs, on pall-beare- FOR SALE 245 acres of land lying 8 miles southeast of Cloverport, Kv., and one mile from the Bowling Green road. dwelling and a new tenant nous-- ; 40 acres in Good trrass, 40 acres in cultivation, 60 acres in woodland: the balance, 105 acres in pasture Six everlasting spring; one tobacco barn, one tobacco and stock barn combined; a new stock s A barfenced. barn pattern. Farm fa vs well and gain. Call or write J. R. KEENAN, Mattingly, Ky. two-third- LETTERS WE APPRECIATE Anxious For News From Home. News, Cloverport. Breckenridge Ky. Dear Sirs: Please find enclosed money order for "." cents for which send me The Breckenridge News as I am anxious to get the news from home every week. Yours with thanks, J. L. Hickerson. Jr., Lakeland. Kv. 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. Thursday. quartette of the Fifth Ave., Presbyterian church, New York City, sang the favorite hymns of Mr. Carnegie which were, "A Love That Believing that the people of Will Not Let Me Go." "He Leadeth boro. the Green River section of Kentucky Me" and "Crossing The Bar." The burial rites of this church were used exwill patronize a clean, hibition, the managers of the fair, by the pastor. There were only sixty George M Bales, sheriff of Daviess persons present at the funeral. The body of Carnegie reposed in county; and James M. Pendleton, managing editor of the Owensboro a severely plain casket, the mahogany Messenger, have provided one of the part of it was covered with plain greatest programs ever offered at a black broadcloth, and the entire casket was massed with flowers. The county fair in the South. The dates of the fair this year are burial took place in Hillsdale. N. Y. Sept. inclusive. It will start on Taking No Chances. Monday. Sept. 1. Labor Day, and conOwensboro, Aug. A mixed first-cla- ss What We Keep Meal, Chicken Feed and a Full Line of Groceries. Texas Subscriber Renews. Mr Bahhage: You will rind 7, cents enclosed for which send me The Breckenridge News six another months. Yours truly, Mrs. J. E. Scott, Alba, Texas. Miss Ida Waggoner Renews. Mr. J. D. Babbage. Cloverport, Ky. Dear Mr. Babbage: Enclosed find $1.00 for which renew my subscription to The Breckenridge News for 8 months. Respectfully, Ida Waggoner. Elm Grove, W. Va., Box 44. Corn, Hay, Oats, Bran, Dairy Feed, Cotton Seed Prices Right and Prompt Service. WILBUR PILE Harned, Ky. From Tell City. Mr. Babbage. Cloverport. Ky. Sir: The two bandits who robbed the South Carrolton bank last Monday, Enclosed find $1.M for one year's to The Breckenridge were captured with all their loot ex- subscription Nellie Thompcept $40o in cash, Thursday afternoon News. Respectfully, at Olmstead. a village near Russel-vill- son, Tell City, Ind. Their names are Withers and Armstrong, and when arrested by Mrs. Kabrick Remains On Our List. Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, three deputy sheriffs from Russelville the two men made no resistance and Ky. I enclose you a check for $l.ab gave up their money consisting of for which please renew my subscription to The Breckenridge News. $20,H.r0 in bonds and $4,461 in cash. The prisoners were taken to Green- Thanking you for past favors. Adville, Friday and lodged in jail with dress: Mrs. C. H. Kabrick, North John Wells, the eighteen year old boy Madison, Cragmont, Ind. whom they induced to ge with them. Will Teach In Cambells- e. BANDITS CAPTURED WITH ALL THEIR LOOT. Suffered 3 Years with Rheuma-lis- m, Catarrh and Stomach No 40 feels fine Gary, Ind., April M, llM'J. T suffered for over three years with chronic rheumatism, catarrh, constipation, stomach trouble, bad blood, nervous spells, aching limbs, so I could not sleep. Saw an advertisement in the daily paper about Number 40 For The Blood. o Thought would give it a trial. was discouraged, as I had doctored with a number of physicians and tried numerous medicines without receiving any benefit. I have taken but two bottles of Number 40. Can eat anything want without fear and am not near so nervous and am feeling fine. I am now starting on my Mrs Gostine Rainey, third bottle. Jefferson St." 40 is demanded iu poisoning, gouty conditions, constipation, liver and stomach troubles. Believed to remove and prevent gall stones, appendicitis. Successfully used in eczema and skin diseases. Used with phenomenal success in chronic rheumatism, catarrh, lumbago, myalgia (pain in the muscles, muscular rheumatism or neuralgia) glandular swellings, scrofula, mercurial and lead poisoning, abscesses, sores, ulcers, boils and carbuncles. Sold at Weding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. Men-denhall- 's 1 Al-th1 1 n, Dear Mr. Babbage: Please change the Breckenridge News to Campbells-burg- , Ky. Have failed to get the News since I have been in Akron. Left Burkesville, June AO. We shall be at Campbellsburg, Ky., for the next year. Very truly, C. A. Tanner, Akron, Ohio. WAYS TO FRESHEN SILK Silk may be treated in much the same way as wollens; send for Thrift Leaflet No. S for directions Ribbons. Spread the ribbon flat on a smooth, hard surface like a table top or a marble slab and sponge or brush with lukewarm water in which a little mild soap has been dissolved. Rinse by holding the ribbon stretched between the hands and passing it through a bowl of clear wafer of the same temperature. Dry by spreading it out straight and flat on a smooth, hard surface Draw the hand gently over it to press out air bubles nay have formed under the ribbon and would make it look "blister to" when dry. burg This winter. WOOD, STUBBS & COMPANY T Preferred aa to aaaet "Why I Put Up With Rats for Years," Writes N. Windsor, Farmer. "Years ago bought some rat poison, which nearly killed our fine watch dog. It so scared us that we suffered HOW TO WASH CORDUROY. a long time with rats until my neighbor told me about That's Corduroy is a kind of cotton velvet the sure rat killer and a safe one." which may be washed providing it Three sizes, '.'5c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and not rubbed, squeezed or ironed. If it it is guaranteed by E. A Hardesty, made up at home, stitcd the seams Conrad Payne & Co., Clover-por- with a loose stitch to prevent puckerB. F. Beard, Hardinsburg. ing when washed. Before laundering babies' coats or other lined garments loosen the lining at the bottom to 1 RAT-SNASteph-enspor- t; t; tinue for six days six days of everything that goes to make a successful The young ladies were writing a fair. The Tobacco Derby on Labor story of adventure, it being necessary Day for a purse of Sfioo, given by the to describe the shooting of a leopard. Owensboro Tobacco Warehouse Co , Alice: Would you say that Julius is the largest purse ever offered for a raised his gun and shot him on the race in Western Kentucky, and the spot? race promises to be one of the best Lucy: Lemme see! No, better say ever run in Kentucky. There will be shot him through the heart. Sometwo $."i(IO .stake harness races during body might ask which spot. Carthe week that will get the cream of toons Magazine. the harness horses on the way to the State Fair in Louisville. u Z A department that has received w more attention than any other is ttiat u of the farm products and livestock The T J. Turley Company, of Owens- so do mice, once they eat And boro, is offering more than $1,000 in they leave no odor behind. Don't take our & word for it try a package. Cats and dog this department. Premiums of $100 are won't touch it. Rats pass up all food to get offered on tobacco and $100 on tomaThree siies. 16c. aizc (1 cake) enough for Pantry Kittoes. Cellar. chen or The Democratic and Republican SOc. sue (t takes) for chicken House, small for governor will be in- coops, orsiae ( buildings. candidates $1.00 cakaa) enough for all farm vited to attend the fair and address au! storage buildings, or fac- tory buildings. the crowds during the week. by E. A. Hardesty, Sold and The first automobile show ever held Stephensnort : Conrad Payne A Co.. Clover in Owensboro will' be at the Daviess port ; and B. F. Beard. Hardinsburg. County Fair and Exposition. A tent 00 by 1M feet will be used for the exf. hibition of the automobiles, tractors and trucks. This will be in addition to the Floral Hall displays. The Devonia Automobile Flower Parade on Tuesday, Sept. 2, will be one of the most beautiful pageants ever held in Kentucky. The Devonian Mineral Springs Co. of Owensboro, is giving $L'5o in prizes for the winners of the Flower parade. A contract has been closed with the L. J. Heth shows to furnish the attractions of the miday. This assures the greatest attraction ever seen at a fair in Western Kentucky. The Heth shows are carried on a special train of twenty cars. The Night Carnival will be a special feature of the fair. Nearly $7,000 in premiums and purses will be given during the week. The racing program alone calls for more than $4,000. There will be motorcycle and automobile racing that will thrill and delight the crowds. Special rates will be given on all railroads and the boat lines. SERVICE" "TO LIVE IS TO GROW." Our steady and progressive growth is due, in a great measure, to the new business recommended by old o o customers, for which we are grateful. c Our officers are always glad to further the interests of our growing list of depositors and welcome each opportunity to render additional service. PATS PI E RAT-SNAP- . RAT-SNA- FIRST STATE BANK Irvington, Ky. PROGRESS Next Time Buy TIRES A remarkable Product. Every tire worth more than it costs. Non-Ski- d The Over-siz- e Fabric; The Big Fisk Cord; The Red Top, Extra Ply, Heavy Tread. ... n.ti CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK and divldemia b !?0anu SSffSRjS uul Net quick aweta ttsssz urs" loo " Annual Kinking US 5 ovS "vermd ver four IKIl per share on all Preferred Stock, and totml not per share. I, PRICE Special Circular on Raquaat 210 S. Fifth Street. JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. bagging. Use a solution of mild soap, or for dark colors which may streak or fade a solution of soap bark. Souse the garment up and down in a soapy water, changing the water as it becomes soiled. Kinse in several clear waters until no more dirt and soap come out. Hang the garment up dripping wet and so that it will dry in the shape in which it is worn. Dry in the wind if possible. Whendry brush brisky to raise the nap. GOOD LOOKING, GOOD VALUE TIRES The Fisk Rubber Company Y. of N. General Offices: Chicopce Falls, Mass. For Sale By Dernier LOUISVILLE, KY. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS AUGUST 20, 1919 BIG SPRING Clarkson received a cable-Crafrom hi sister, Mrs Kemper. She was due to arrive in New York, the 17th, He left to meet her. L L. I.. Morris has installed a gasoline tank at his store making more convient for auto's Billie Ritchie has arrived home from ovei ras. Shelby Best has opened a black Smith shop and will he glad to have his friends call. Shelby while in aer-ve overseas was in a shop. Mrs Herman Meyer and daughter, Miss Jennie, of Vine (rove. Mrs. Pet Gray, Klir.abethtown, were guests f Mrs. J. H. Meador, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs Frank Hilf, Mr. Sam-mi- e Brown and Miss Suenette Miller attended services at Salem Friday and Sunday evening. J. W. Moorman, Mrs. Mollie Moorman and Miss Myrtle Moorman spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moorman, of Louisville. J. V. Clarkson attended Quarterly Conference at Constantine, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Board and daughters, Misses Lillian and Lena B S. i( THE BRECKKNRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY Board attended Quarterly Conference ing of the Shrimers. in Louisville, Satat Constantine, Thursday and were urday. iriirst of her sister Mrs Tom Snrad- Mr. and Mrs Jonas Allgood atlin. services tended at old F'reedom Mr and Mra. C. D Hardaway, church Sunday near Garfield and were Stiths Valley spent Sunday with his dinner guests of her sister, Mrs. Tay'aunt, Mrs. E. A. Strother. lor Horsley and Mr. Horsley. They Mr. and Mrs. Melville Snonden and were accompanied home by her mochildren, of Cincinnati, were guests ther, Mrs. Samuel Priest Tuesday evening of their aunt, Mrs. Rev Ivan Allen, Mrs Allen and Jim Clarkson enroute to Ekron to children are at Custer where they are visit their father, Mr. Jess Clarkson holding a revival. and Mrs. Clarkson. Miss Lola Carter has returned to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Clarkson and Louisville after a visit with her cousI PAGE 7 Miss Mary Sites, of Sonora, spent last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarkson Mrs. J. V. Clarkson. went home with them and will visit n her brother, Dick Clarkson in before returning home. Barbara Hodges returned Mrs. from Bowling Green, Friday after a month's visit to her sister. Dr. Riller Dr. Dowell, Mrs. Fannie Dowell. Dowell, Mr. Arpley and Miss Arpley, accompanied her home for a few days stay. B. S. Clarkson has sold his wheat to Elizahethtown Milling Co., and is delivering it at Vine Grove, sending a car load over a day, so you may know it is taking some teams. Dr. C. B. Witt attended the meet Eliza-Ibethtow- ins, Misses Edith and F.thel Carter. Miss Annie Mildred Allgood has returned from Garfield. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spradlin, of Constantine, were dinner guests Monday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Taylor Norris. MATTINGLY (l.rft From LM Wrrk.) IMPORTANT! Don't Fail to Read These Propositions Farm Lands! This farm contains 3:i3 acres, is located in Perry County, miles above Cannelton. Ind.. and fronts the Ohio river. It is creek bottom, land; about 75 acres over-flomostly fine, river-bottoabout 75 acres strongly rolling land, 40 acres rough blue grass pasture land, and the remainder river bottom. All this farm is in clover and grass with exception of the creek bottoms and 15 acres of the river front. About 10 or 15 acres of the pasture land is in woods. Practically half of the farm is fenced with good fences. The improvements frame residence which is consists of an exceptionally nice two-stor- y situated fronting the Ohio river on a good rock road. It is built on rising ground and affords a magnificient view of the river. It has a good shady yard, with a five acre grass lot between the house and the d rock road. The house has a solid rock foundation, and a solid cellar with brick floor. It could not be built today for $5,000.00. There is also a large stock barn, cow barn, large crib, and other small buildings about the barn lot. It has two good tenant houses. There are two springs one located above the residence on a high, point, making it possible to have waterworks over the entire house and barn. The fruit is sufficient for family use. The location of the farm is an ideal one; a fine rock road runs by it from Cannelton to Tobinsport, and another rock road leads back through it. All the land is vtry productive with the exception of the 40 acres pasture cash, balance in land. The farm may be had for $25,000.00; one-hafive annual payments, with interest at 6 per cent. (i). Contains 190 acres, is 'XVi miles from Hardinsburg, Ky. ; all good level land with the exception of 15 acres which is slightly rough; has 20 acres good timber worth about $1,500. The farm is almost Has good six wholly under good fence with lots of cross fencing. room residence with a hall and front and back porch. There are all necessary outbuildings, and a good well and cistern are located near the residence. There is also a good four room tenant house. It has a good stock barn and splendid tobacco barn. The fruit is ample for family use. There is in cultivation this year 5o acres of corn, 25 acres in wheat: 8 in timothy for meadow, 72 in pasture, and the 15 acres of slightly rough land is also in woods. This farm is located in a splendid neighborhood of prosperous farmers on one of the principal county roads. Price $13,000.00; $5,000.00 cash, balance in 3 annual payments. (3) Contains 180 acres, is Yi mile from Hardinsburg, Ky., on a rock road. 125 acres are level, 15 acres bottom land, balance is rolling and slightly rough. Farm is practically all under fence, has good six room bungalow with front and back porch, has two tenant houses, good stock barn and tobacco barn, has 25 acres in timber, and is well cash balance in 3 annual paywatered. Price $13,000.00; one-ha(1) 5 in Mrs. O. W. Sanders and children, who have been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Brickey, returned to their home in Evansville. Sunday. Mr. James Harris, of Nashville. Tenn., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. B F. F'rank. Following were the dinner guests of Mr. aild Mrs. S. C. Frank. Sunday: Mr. and M,rs. W. T. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mason, of Florida and Mrs. Samuel Taul, of Cloverport. frs. Gabe Shrewsberry, Mr. and of McQuady. attended the funer.ll of Mrs. Harriett MufTett, Sunday at Pis-ga- h and were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Brickey. Mr. and Ms. Hardy Lou Walker, of near Cloverport, visited her sister, Mrs J. D. Mingus, Sunday. toasted LUCKY STRIKE cigarette It's toasted to in- Ind., STEPHENSPORT (l.rft From crease the good, wholesome flavor of the Kentucky m w hast Week.) Burley tobacco. A regular man's smoke and rock-walle- lf . lf ments. (4) Contains 104 acres, 4 mile from city limits of Cloverport, Ky., about 50 acres in timber, worth about $500; about 10 acres of this timbered land is rough, about 50 acres level land, and remainder rolling. A new five room house has just been completed. Has sufficient fruit for family use. and is well watered. Price $3,000; $1,500 down, balance in 3 annual payments. (5) Contains 79 acres, is located in Perry Co., Ind., two miles from Tobinsport, has 15 acres level, 35 acres rolling, 10 acres washed fencland, 20 acres in woods with some good timber, is about one-ha- lf ed, has a good three room house with cistern at same, has small stable, 200 bearing apple trees 500 bearing peach trees. There is also a good spring on the farm. Price $1,500; one-hacash, balance in 3 3-. lf payments. (C). Contains 108 acres in Hancock Co., Ky., mile from Pates-vill- e on the Hardinsburg and Owensboro road; has 30 acres level s table land, 20 acres bottom, balance gently rolling. About of the farm is under fence. There is plenty of fruit for family use. Has a good six room house with cellar, good stock barn, good tobacco barn, and all necessary outbuildings. Price $3,o00; one half cash, balance in 3 annual payments. (7) . Contains 150 acres, situated 5 miles from Cloverport, 4 mile from rock road, has 30 acres level land, 70 acres rolling, 50 acres rough, has good five room house with hall, good stock barn, good tobacco barn, all necessary outbuildings; 5 acres of apple orchard, and and 30 acres in woods. Is mile from school and church and country store. Price $3,000; one-ha- lf cash, balance in 3 annual payments. (8) Contains 32 acres in Tobins Bottom, Ind., has 28 acres fine bottom land, 4 acres rolling where the improvements are situated. They consist of a five room house, and small barn. The' four acres are fenced in for pasture. Price $3,500. There is also 45 acres lying near this, with 42 acres of fine bottom, 3 acres rolling in small timber; no improvements except a small well. Price $3,500. These two farms may be had together; one half cash, balance in 3 annual payments. (9) Contains 135 acres, 2 miles from Tobinsport, Ind., has 25 acres practically level, 75 acres rolling, and balance rough. There are 50 acres of woodland fenced in for pasture. Farm is practically all under fence. Haa 10 acres apple orchard. Has splendid 8 house, acetylene light plant installed in main residence. Price $3,000; room, two story residence, large stock barn, large cellar and cellar one-hacash, balance in 3 payments. For further information in regard to above farms, phone or 1- -2 two-third-3-1- -2 . . lf Tom Clayconib. of Owensboro, was the week-en- d guset of his brother. A. A. Claycomb. Miss Emma Allen is the guest of relatives at Glen Dean. Mrs. Thurman Smith, of Louisville, was the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith. E. A. Hardesty and Sam H. Dix motored to Louisville, last week. A crowd from here attended the circus at Cloverport, Thursday James Hanks, of Tobasco, O.. a former resident and his nephew, H. A. Jones, of Cincinnati, were guests last weik of Mr. Hanks' brother,! Wm. B. Hanks and Mrs Hanks. This was Mr. Hanks' first visit back, he having left here thirty-si- x years ago. Everett Miller, of Tell City, was the Sunday guest of his cousin, Kenneth Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell and children, Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Dix, Dr and Mrs. O. E Ferguson, and little daughter. Virginia, motored to Tell City, Sunday. John E. Barbee. left Saturday for Toledo, O., where he will resume his former position. Mrs. Graham Jolly, of Cloverport. was the guest of her brother, B. F. Blaine, last week. C. B. Waggoner bought the main part of the old Jorrett Hotel, on River street, has torn in down and is removing the lumber. Miss Cecil Dix left Friday for Glen Dean, where she will open school, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Hanks were guests Thursday and Friday of their daughter, Mrs. John Weisenberg and Mr. Weisenberg, of Cloverport. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kemp, of Tell City, Ind., were the guests of friends and relatives here last week. Mrs. O. VV. Dowell and children and Miss Alma Moorman were guests of relatives at Yelvington and Maceo. Friday and Saturday. Miss Myrtle B. Shellman, who has been visiting relatives in Louisville, returned home Saturday. Mrs. W. J. Schopp is the receipent of a beautiful victrola presented to her by her Brother. Samuel Blitz, of Louisville. Capt S. T. Bandy, who is stationed at Camp Mills, N. Y.. arrived Saturday to spend fifteen days with his mother, Mrs. E. J. Bandy. Dr. G. E. Shively and Mrs. Shively entertained at i o'clock dinner Monday in honor of Capt. S. T. Bandy. Miss Maud Robbins, of Sample, was the guest last week of Misses Alice and Sarah Dix. Miss Ruth Ramsey has returned from Wisconsin, and will teach in Kentucky this year. I GARFIELD (Left From Lt Week.) address J. D. SEATON, REAL ESTATE DEALER, CLOVERPORT, KY. Cumberland Phone 89-- J The annual F'reedom meeting began Sunday. Rev. Grundy, of Bream-on- , will assist in the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bruner and children, of Peewee Valley, are visiting relatives here. Dr. J. W. Meador, of Custer, was here last week enroute to Louisville. and Mrs. Doa Mattingly. of Owens- Miss Maud Gardner and Mr. Ray- Jboro is visiting his aunts. Mrs. Tom mond Simmons, were married in Compton and Mrs. Frank Payne. Hardinsburg, last week. Mr. Robert Lyons, of Irvington. Mr. Her, of Louisville, came Thurs- was here Friday on business. day visit Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Har- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stewart and rison. son. Donald Stewart were dinner Eminett Wood, who has been a guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Payne. member ot the U. S. Navy is visiting Su nday. relatives here. Webster school began Monday, Mr. Jess Macy entertained several August 4. .guests to dinner Thursday in honor Mrs. P. J. Henderson, who has of his birthday. been quite ill for several weeks is Miss Nell Bandy, of near Irvington, improving. visited the Misses Harned, the weekMr. and Mrs. Ike Haynes and end. daughter. Miss Mabel, spent Sunday The ice cream supper which was with friends and relatives at Freedom. given hero Friday night for the beneMr. H. W Norton of this place fit of the school was a success. shipped :.' car loads of stock this week. twenty-fiv- e dollars was cleared. Miss Ava Cashman spent several Mrs. Frank Bullock and baby, Mr. days lase week wiht her cousin. Miss Tony Bullock. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Mattie Lee Rhodes. Haynes and baby, of Nebraska, are Mr. Jas. M. Rhodes was in Hardvisiting here. insburg, one day last week on Mr. and Mrs. Glen Macy and three sons, of near Raymond, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Mariha Macy. LODIBURG Byron Cook, of Louisville, was in (I. eft Krom Last Week.) town Sunday enroute to his home near Hudsonville.Mrs. J. E. Hall, of F'rench Lick, is Miss Mary Bandy, of Irvington, the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. M. visited friends here the week-enHardin and her mother, Mrs. Bate-- ' man. WEBSTER Mrs. J. H. Avitt was the week-en- d (l.rft From Last Week.) guest of her sister. Mrs. H. J, Roberts of Hardinsburg. A M. Hardin attended the insurThose from here who attended the meeting circus at Cloverport, Thursday, Aug. ance Irvington, last at 7th.. were as follows: Mr and Mrs. Thursday. Rev. J. B. Hitcherson, of ElizaHugh McGavock. Mr. and Mrs. Wash Cashman. Robert Noble, E. E. Rhod- hethtown. tilled his regular appointes, A. B. Rhodes, Marvin Cashman. ment at Walnut Grove last Saturday Misses Ava and Sarah Cashman and and Sunday. Mis.s Mattie Lee Rhodes. All came Ernest Gibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson, who has been overhome rejoicing over their trip. Mr. Forrest Haddock, of Missouri, seas for some time, retun.cd home was called to the bedside of his fa- last week. Charley Bruce, of Louisville, was ther, last week, hut we are glad to rpnnrt lie Hi milMl uitr at this urifinir in the neighborhood last week visiting friends. Misses Claudia and Phronia Mrs. Elsie Wagnast and three childand Mr. Paul Bavne and Mr. Rov W'oosley were dinner guests of Miss ren, of Louisville, visited her cousin, Mrs. Ida Nottingham, last week. Laura Norris Claycomb, Sunday. At a meeting of the Telephone Co., Mrs. Ouia Dugou and daughter ,of Walters. Okla., are visiting friends at Lodiburg, last Friday, A. J. Keys was elected to keep the switch for relatives at Webster this week. Mr. Robert Noble, who has been another year. He has been attendoverseas for the past IK months has ing to the switch for three years and his honorable discharge and is now has given entire satisfaction. We were sorry to hear of the death at home. Mr Hugh McGavock is out and of N. D. Payne, of Webster. For able to go around at this writing. there was no better man in the county Mr. A. L. Kendall, of Ekron, was than "Nick." He was always ready in town one day this week. Mr and Mrs. June Bauman, visited their daughter in Louisville, Saturday and Sunday. 'Misses Ava and Sarah Cashman . were dinner guests of Misses Louella and Zelma Brown.' Mr Russell Mattingly, sou of Mr ut to help a friend and to do anything to help the county in favor of good schools, good road.i and temperance Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stillwell, of Stephensport. visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Macy last Saturday and Sunday. ElvCS Parks, of Springfield. III., is the guest of his ;;rand-tnctreMrs. Harriett Parks, who is very low. He is also visiting his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Parks. Mr. and Mrs. George Cook and family visited relatives in Meade county last Saturday and Sunday. James Wadlington, of Hardinsburg, was visiting his cousins, Marvin and Miss Eva Payne, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shellman. of Fry-mirattended church at Walnut Grove last Sunday. The Baptist Association will meet at Walnut Grove church on the :27th. of this month. It will hold two days. r. e, If a man is enough to buy an auto he ought to be able to see the value of an education for his children. te K ILLS RATS rtli-abl- , the old and mice - that's rodent destroyer. Comes in cakes no mixing with other food. Your money back 60c. nit (S cakes) for chicken House, coops, or small buildings. enough for all farm $1 00 size (6 cakes) and out buildings, storage buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and duaranteed by K. A Hardeity, Stephensport; Conrad I'ayne & Co, Cloverport; and B. F. Beard, Hardinsburg if it fails. 85c. size (1 cake) chen or Cellar. enough for Pantry Kit- PERMANENT DENTIST Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. Specializing In Trial Practice MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 1806-7-- Building LOUISVILLE More Than 20 Years Experience When In need of a MONUMENT or marker, write or call J. P. Keith, Elizabethtown, Ky. Will be in Cloverport two days each month. Write for appointment. WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS BRECKINRIDGEBANK OF CLOVERPORT SECURITY EDWARD BOWNE, President SERVICE CONTENTMENT PAUL LEWIS, Caahter Am in position to save you money on anything in this line that you might need. PAGE 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY CARTER'S LANDING An we rambrled down Horse Weed Avenue one day last week, who do Horace ymi rerkon we ran into? Tucker, the whisker butcher We pulled our (tun hollered halt! With his hands up we searched him for money then interviewed him Sez we, luck, how many Germans did you butcher while you were a Sammy?" "Not a one." says he. "But the way I butch ered the Sammies whiskers was a disgrace to the profession." "Did you master the French language?" "Well. I thought had till I turned loose some of my French on a native. He says 'Say son. that's not French, that's d Jail" At this Juncture someone 'All board for New York' I packed my razor, pulled anchor set sail for the best country in the world where you are bothered with flees, (Iors and skeeters, but coties and the French language, never!" As this is the open season for fried chicken, mcllons, etc., we have ordered out two more companies of Marines. It has been rumored that Harry Hamhleton, known as Prudential, has been seen scouting in this neighborhood. We have a big Bertha planted for him. Say cousin Lodiburg. we had a dream that same night. Met you coming down the fifth time after chalk. You said. "Mul, this is working on my nerves. I'll just order a car load side tracked right by my blackboard. Good 1 hol-lore- AUGUST 90. 191 of ill AugustClearence Prices We will nell nil our Summer Merchandise M a Mustmnkp room for Fail Goods a rtfict- Mr. aqd Mrs Jesse Weatherholt. Louisville are he"re to see Mr Weatherholt' mother, who is quite SI .25 value. values. I .milt's" black and white linen Dresses almost a sizes: regular $1.75 $2.98 JQn Men" Hals: regular $3.50 u black outing Men's Balbrigjjan l'n-4u'on Suiti: sleeveless and knee lenjth: regular fiOc values. Oj Mom's Socks in blue, ""d " lull' Zu "" quality Drcaa 00n Ginghams in stripes ZOu nitd check": several patterns to select from. ' jq Ladies' Fiber Silk 1 I 0s Hose in design?, hlack. value. fancy figured white, champagne and Uue: regular 75c Other Metchandise at equally low prices, too numerous to mention. Call and see our bargains in all summer merchandise GOLDEN RULE Cloverport, Ky. STORE From all reports the moonlight picnic given on the Hill, Friday night was quite a success socially. The finances Jjave not been reported. Mrs. F.d Nicholas and baby went to Evansville, last Saturday. She was by Mr. Nicholas' sisaccompanied ter. Miss Kdna Nicholas Mrs. Nat Tucker has returned from Vincennes, Ind. where she visited her daughter, Mrs Burl Parson, Mr. Parson and baby. Mildred Bernice Parson. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Simmons entertained to dinner last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs J. B. Simmons, of Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Simmons and son. Billie, of Owensboro, Mr. and Mrs. George Tate and children. Miss Jane Hamhleton, of Louisville arrived Saturday to spend her vacation with relatives. John Carman motored from his home near Custer to see his mother, Mrs Hester Carman. Motor Trucks for Sale hn a We have a tun l drive truck which we luirht demonstrator; it in suitable for road contrat torn, sand and prove! hauling, lofrginir, lumber bu sines, tobacco hauling, or mmv work where heavy haulm? and bad roads prevail. We will soil this new truck at less than factory coat, as we are giving, up the agency. Address. four-whee- COLUMBIA MOTOR TRUCK CO. Incorporated 119 S. Seventh St. Louisville, Ky. HUGHES' CHILL TONIC Btttsr Than Cslomel and Qulnln (Contains no Arsonlc. Th. Old RotlaMo. HILL ITEMS (Left From W'erk. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR ...PERMANENT... Miss Laura Satterfield spent severlast week with her brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Satterfield. Mr. Leon Wise, of Eminence, Ky., has returned to his home after a pleasant visit with his friend Forrest D. al days as lor Chills and Fovort, Malarial Ftvsrs, Swamp Ftvtrt and Bilious Fsvsrs Just what you nosd at this season MILD LAXATIVE. NERVOUS SEDATIVE, SPLENDID TONIC. TRY IT Don't Take Any Substitute 50c and $1 00 Bottles As wall Excellent General Tonic Prepared by ROBINSON-PETTET CO . Maaasanafia Louisville. Ky. Miss Lilly McGavock of near town spent Thursday and Friday with her Billium sister. Mrs. H. M. Hardin Will him Now brother Weatherholt. it pains we everytime A WHjrs In offic e durinif Miss Lclia Tucker and Miss Ada Irvlngton, K. Office Honrs: oUtre hours I think about the predicament you Polk, of Tobinsport, went last Wedwere left in because we failed to get nesday to Muncie, Ind., to visit relato Pana. with the bean smasher. And tives and friends. every time we think about how you Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simmons will ENOS SPENCER, rw had to eat your navies with the dry return the last of the week to their CM AS. G. HARBt3.Vice.Prea, R. H. UNDSE.Y. hull on. we sit down and take a cry. home in Dayton, after spending a ' Boo Hoo, Boo Hoo. The freight short vacation with relatives. trains were very much congested at Mrs. H. M. Hardin and son, Julius that time, especially the hog trains. with Mr. Mike Hendrickson and Now if we were called on to settle family motored to Owensboro, last that Hello girls strike it would be Friday to remain until Sunday even'settled in favor of the ladies. For we ing. are a ladies' man first, last and always. Margaret Allen is very much imWe met Jess Weatherholt, Sunday. proved in health after being quite A MGULAKLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LEARNING LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY First time we have seen him since sick. 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Poatoffice we were "tads" together. He is Mr. Floyd Canary is the guest of Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Student known as Tad. He is a brother his mother, Mrs. P. H. Canary. secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. of Marion Weatherholt. He is larger Mrs. James Coombs, of Henderson, and a handsomer man than Marion. is in town visiting her mother, Mrs. Ha. ha Laslie'and sister, Mrs. Wordriff. . Joe Mulhatton. Jr. Miss Margaret Wine, of St. Louis, Mo., arrived last Sunday evening at the Satterfield home and will visit HILL ITEMS with other relatives with her aunt. Rev. T, N. Williams filled his regMiss Iva Wine. ular appointment at the Lucile MemMrs. Adel Hamhleton has been on Get some GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem OU orial last Sunday morning and evenNo organs of th human body are so Important to health and loni? life as the Capsules at once. They are an old, tried the sick list While in town Mr. Williqms When thoy slow up and com- preparation used all over the world for ing. kidneys. Miss Jennie Hardin, of Brandenmence to lag in their duties, look out! was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 'J. R. DENTIST Weatherholt. night!" GOOD FARM FOR SALE FOR SALE 119 acres land two milen Southwest of f mile from Tucker's school-hou.sStepbensport, two mile from Hardtnsourg pike; 80 acres level and rolling, can use tractor or mowing machine 19 acres pood beech titu'er, 20 acres to clear, no rocks and will make fine tobacco land. Improvements, dwelling, hen house, meat house, stock and tobacco barn. Price $1,700. Very cheap one-hale, fSftfttW , r Sec-,- . THOS. OLDHAM, Stephensport, Ky. Commercial School fam-ilarl- y NEW OFFERING! $3,000,000 J. C. PENNY COMPANY 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock Company operates the largest chain of department stores of Its kind In Mutes. the world, maintaining 197 stores, extending Into twenty-tiv- e PRICE 98 AND ACCRUED DIVIDEND TO YIELD Special Circular On Request. THE MOST DANGEROUS DISEASE system-cleanslns- 7'a. 210 8. FIFTH JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. STREET LOUISVILLE centuries. They contain only soothing oils combined with T strength-givin- g and herbs, well known and used by physicians in their dally practice. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are Imneys are not performing their func- ported direct from the laboratories in Holland. They are convenient to taks, tion properly. They are only half and or prompt don. k their work and are allowing Im- your will either giverefunded. relief for Ask money will be be convertpurities to accumulate and drug them ed into uric acid and other poisons, get at anyoriginalstore, but be sure to imported GOLD the which are causing you distress and will you unless they are driven MEDAL brand. Accept no substitute destroy In sealed packages. Three sizes. from your system Kind out what the trouble Is without dalay. Whenever you feci nervous, weak, dizzy, suffer from sleeplessness, or have pains la the back wake up at once. Your kidneys need help. These are sikiis to warn you that your kid- J was at her nephew's. H. M. Bandy Hardin last week enroute to Mr. Wine, of Dayton, and Miss Iva Orrin Hardin's near town. Miss Margaret Wine her niece, of Mr. John Carman motored from St. Louis, Mo. who are at the Satterfnear Custer and spent two days with ield home went to Tobinsport. Satur- his mother, Mrs. Hester Carman. day accompanied by Robert Daugh-erty- . for a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McKinney. Mrs Jake Miller, of Louisville, arrived last Saturday evening to visit relatives. burg, Cloverport City Property FARMERS HAVE A GOOD MEETING 1) FOR SALE 1. Good If you want to buy or sell anything try our cheap column. (Continued From Page 2. 3 Wittenberg, State Board of Health, of Lexington. Dr. Wittenberg gave a very master ly address on "Health is Wealth." He dealt principaly on the prevention people should use in typhoid fever. The next speaker was M. C. Kreft, of the College of Agriculture, who gave some excellent points in his talk on "Managing the Farm." One of the speakers for the afternoon. Miss Dora Senneday, College of Agriculture, did not get to the meeting. In the evening the crowd was much larger and the entire seating capacity of the tent was filled. Miss Mary Franklin Beard accompanied her sister, Miss Virginia Beard, violinist, on the piano with a number of selections preceeding the lecturer. Dr. E. S. Brewster, of the American Red Cross. Dr. Brewster's talk was on "Rural Relief Work" and he stated that the Red Cross work was only in its infancy with the work that was before ii in nciumg mc rural luiiiiiiuuiuca. i he meetings for luesday and Wednesday have equally as good programs, and the crowds will probably increase as the meetings progress. County Agent Harth is keenly inter ested in the meeting and urging everyone to attend. and caution - 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. house with hall, on Second and Murray nice shady yard; house in good condition. street?; has Splendid seven room house adjoining the preceding one on Second stteet; also in good condition with nice shady yard. Excellent residence in good condition on Third Cross street, helow Main. Nice residence within one square of Ice Plant on road leading to shops. Four-rocrcottage just across from Schoolhouse on the Hill. bouse, with three acres of ground and small or chard, within one square of Schoolhouse on Hill. Six room house with three lots located near citv limits on the Mill. Four-roohouse with three lots on Fourth street, just five-rootwo-stortwo-story o Six-roo- CAMELS' expert blend of choice and choice Domestic ! tobaccos answers every cigarette desire you ever had Camels give such universal delight, such unusual enjoyment and satisfaction you'll call them a cigarette revelation ! If you'd like a cigarette that does not leave any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty from Schoolhouse. particulars in regard to description and prices will be Further furnished upon request. aero.- - J. D. SEATON, Real Estate Dealer Cumb. Phone 29 J. 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