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XLIV WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1919 Pages No. "TIP TOP" ROAD TO COST $1,863,600 Will Intersect Breckinridge County At Fordsville And Falls Of Rough. Frankfort. Ky., Aug. 21. State Commissioner Rodman Wiley today sent to the fiscal courts of Daviess, Ohio, Breckinridge, Grayson and Hardin counties revised plans and estimates of cost for the proposed highway from "Tip Top" Federal-aiOwenshoro to Tip Top. The highway will cost approximately $1,83(1,000, according to the road department's engineers, and this amount is apportioned among the five interested counties so that they will he required to raise the following amounts Road STATE S. S. CONVENTION CLOSED AT ASHLAND. NOTICE GIVEN TO ROAD OVERSEERS B .C. H. S. OPENS HAVE A VISIT TO THEIR CHILDHOOD HOME Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman Find Many Changes Made In Their Native Home Place. Skill-ma- ACCIDENT MAY Mitt Nannie Lee Frayser Elected 'Delegate To World's S. S. Convention In Tokio. Male Citizens Between 18 And 50 Years ConvenThe State Sunday-School TUESDAY SEPT. 2 LEAVE HIM BLIND ing all male citizens between the ages ,..,, n iu d of the gospel, at least two A,: prior to the day set.for working the Public Roads; that on a certain day that particular road will be worked. They shall work two days each week until their time is put on the road as required by law not to exceed, how: ever, six days in all. (The fiscal court $ 1M00 Daviess of this county, however only requires 104,800 Ohio four days in each year.) In case of 1.200 Breckinridge emergency more time will be requir 262,720 Grayson ed. A days work on the road is 238,800 Hardin eight hours. $703,920 Let's Pass Ohio. Over-seer- s report to the must Road Commissioner Wiley calls atcounty Judge any failure or refusal the road will tention to the fact that Recent reports of the Treasury to work the road The over-seer- s not be designated until each of the require good work to be done. have raised their puotas Department show that Ohio still must five counties leads in par capita purchase of War After the road hands have been propand they are given until uctODer i, Savings Stamps. Ohio took the lead erly warned to appear and work said to do so. over-seefadure to work of the when the Stamps first were put on roads by the The estimate and description it. Mon as warned, said person is subject to various units of the road in Daviess. the market and has retained a fine of $:.'.. 0 for each day and the Ohio and Breckinridge counties are tana has the largest per capita sales court costs. among states of the ninth federal reas follows: Any failure on the part of the over- serve district. seer to discharge his duty as required Daviess County. by law. subjects himself to a fine of From the town of Whitesville to not less than $tt, Oo or more than line, 8 miles. Esthe $50.00 and court costs. timated cost. $72,800. County part, This road law must be enforced .'.0 per cent., equals $:!fi,400. (No'.e) and postively will be done by law. The road from Owensboro to Whites not as a matter of choice, but as a ville, while new is not as wide as is matter of duty and right. required, but that road will be accept- - T fc Has Two I am here to cooperate with you wamvm w.F ed in its present conditions, however and the county officials in the road if the county authorities so desirej Offers For Other Positions. work and I am willing at all times to the road can be widened to a standgive any assistance I can. I am out Mr. Loy Takes His Place. ard width and the Governmentwill in the various Magesterial Districts participate in such cost. the county every day and should Breckinridge County's Farm Agent von call at mv orhce and tail to hurt Ohio County. Joseph W. Harth. has resigned his me there just come back I will be line to the place and his resignation lakes eKeit there some time4 I spend practically From the Daviess-Ohi- o line by way of September 1. Mr. Harth, whoe homea f my tjmc on the roads. Fordsville twelve miles. Ivstimated is in Hardinsburg, has been offered 0,n Bloomer. County's part 4o per i nt two other positions, one of them be- County Koad cost ling with B. F. Every & Co., of Louis- equals $104,800. ol tion, which was held last week in Ashland. Ky.. closed on Friday after the election of officers, and deciding upon Louisville for the next meeting place. Lee Frayser, of Miss Nanniee Louisville, was elected delegate to represent the World Sunday-schoConvention in 1920 at Tokio. Japan These are the new officers elected: President M. T. McEldowny, Win- Chester; vice president, Lee Kurk, Owensboro; treasurer. Clarence Wat-kinLouisville; Executive Commit- tee, A. C. Hunter. Versailles; the Rev. C. F. Krater, the Rev. Henry H. Sweete; Thomas P. Gordon; M. S. Barket; Huston Quin, all of Louisville, and George B. Minary. of Versailles; J. W. Henderson, Ashland; W. P. Hall, Louisville; George C. Lowry, Hopkinsville. s. Ages of Faculty Named. Prof. Bowlds Sammy Hendrickson Returns Mr. and Mrs. A. B, Skillman and Be Urges, Pupils Who Enter To To From War Zone And Meets their daughter. Miss Elizabeth Remain Through Year. Notified Beforehand of Road With Severe Accident. son, O. T. Skillman, motorand ed to Hardinsburg, Tuesday to atWork. tend the Farmers' Community Meetn It is the duty of all Koad Overseers to notify in person or in writ ..,, r, Ohio-Davie- ss 3-- COUNTY AGENT'S Breckinridge The High County School and the Hardinsburg Public school will open Tuesday, September with the members of the faculty in their prescribed places, namely F. I. Bowlds B. S. State Univer . Agriculture and related Science. . ' U il 3. OiaiC IT..lHlfn sity Mathematics. History and Ath- letics Anne Wyman A. college, i.atin. t'.nghsn anrl I'rencn. Mrs. I" J. Bowlds State Unjver- sity. Scyenth and Eighth grades. Mrs. Lela McCubbins Western Normal Fifth and Sixth grades Kskridge lifel Clara Western Normal. Third and Fourth grades. Mrs Driskell liertha Western Normal First and Second grades, Prof. SchuttZ. the only new teacher is a returned soldier and an athlete. Before going to war he was principal of the Madisonville High School and the local board was eery fortunate in securing him' as a teacher. Pupils who enter school are urged to begin with a determination to do a whole year's work, or at least get their credits in half year subjects. f a pupil drops out of school just before the end of the term, he fails to get credit for that term and should he ever returns will have to do the same term's work over or 'ass an examination on it 1 I 11 i ing. Mr. and Mrs. Skillman remained over until Thursday evening for a visit in Hardinsburg and its vicinity. The Record Press gives the following CCOOnt of their vis.t: "Wednesday Col. Claude Mercer and Mercer took Mr. and Mrs. Mr B. Skillman . in . their A car .. . .. .,on neighborhood o m . c.. - 1 Sklllman was ,)or" al,l reared. He drove to several of the old remem- ,)ered homesteads but found them changed with changes time bring. h,,t cot,Id 'ct eniy the wa,cr fronl family spring and remember the l,s ol,i time coo,"ess al,d flavor. While in town Mr. and Mrs. Skillman were guests at the Commercial Hotel w,,ere their '"ends were delighted to Ineet 'hem Mrs. Skillman was a na- ,,ve 01 naroinsourg. anu a sister 01 Attorney Robert Bowmer deceased. "Mr. Skillman is eighty-seveyears old. He and his wife are hale and hearty and enjoy every moment of tlnlc sa' tneJ llve wlth membrances of the past " n -- " " mmmmm ALLEN CLAYCOMB DIES SUDDENTLY Leaves A Widow And Six Sons Death Due to Paralytic Stroke. Raymond. Ky. Aug. .'.', (Special) Never were the people of this community more shocked than they were last Monday evening, August IS, when shortly alter the West bound train passed Webster the news was sent over the wore that Mr. Allen Clay-com- b was in the depot in a dying condition. He was returning to his home after spending a few days at the home of Mr. Dave Sutton, of RESIGNATION j Required Por Graduation. In order to graduate from the High School a pupil must have lfi credits, which means that he must finish on an average four subjects a year for four years. Part of these subjects artprescribed and part are electives. The High School offers two COtttsei the classical and the agricultural. L'p-i- n on graduation of either course the pupil is prepared to enter college The classical is the same as has here to fore been offered. In the agricultural course each pupil must take two subjects in d on Page 8) agricul-(Continue- Sammy Hendrickson, twenty-thre- e year old son of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hendrickson, of Hardinsburg, Route 2, returned from several months service in the war zones of France, to meet with a severe accident, which may result in the loss of both eyes, while working in Cincinnati . Hendrickson met with the .. ..... muLnI .1 n i. Willi r 1,. w i ill flu iui ii a ployed electrician for Cin. cinnati tirni. and was assisting in wir ing an orhce huilding in that city. It is stated that as he entered the elevator to go to another floor, ke didn't quite get inside the elevator elevator to go to another floor started and he fell, ctaching his head between the floor and elevator shaft. For a time it was believed the accident would he fatal, but the young man was removed to the City Hospital where he is slowly recovering altho little hopes is held for saying his eyesight The accident happened on first day at work, which was Friday, ftigust 8. He had only been in Cincinnati a few days and had gone there from home after visiting with his parents on his return from overseas. He served with the F'.lectrical in Engineering Corps France and liked his work so much he could hardly wait to get to to start in again. Mr. O. W. Flenrdickson has returned from a visit to his son. and as soon as young Hendrickson is able he will be brought home. . 's TJin-cinn- Had Six Grandsons In The American Army. Mr. Harth is the first man to serve Breckinridge County. SKRVICK SCHOOL line in the capacity of a County Farm I MMWJ From the to the Palls of Rough, eight miles. Agent in Breckinridge county and no Estimated cost $153,000. County's doubt in his two years of service he has had many difficult propositions. part, 40 per cent., equals $61,200. Altho, through his perserverance and; aT OVRPPORTERS WILL hard work, he has developed in cer Of The Methodist Revival. Supt. Galloway Returns This tain parts of the county- much more Rev. Atkison Relates InterWeek To Arrange For OpenGET GLIMPSE Or NL-spirit among the of the estingly His Trip Abroad. ing. Same Faculty. the American sea plane farmers and has put the standards of The NC-which was the first to cross the At- - farming and stock raising on a higher The first service of the revival ., inter- ,1,.. vn.v -The Cloverport Public school will hi Ohirv Rlvrr'nlanr and too he has created lanioc, ...:n k. uii win in. dur- - est among a larger number of county meetings which are being held m the open Monday morning, September 1. Sometime next month, probably -- -' U',ir- iuppL .u However hovs bv navuitf tne ik ciuus. with the usual customary exercises Probably Mr. Harth's greatest usually well attended on Monday that mark the begining of every ,v,. definite date will be announced fhe meeting was virtually hinderance has been bad roads and evening opened Sunday morning by the pas school term. NC-will be accompanied by the difficulty of getting from one part The The Superintendent O. F". Gallotor. Rev W. O. Rickard, but his as- - way returns from Hiseville. Wednes- the destroyer Isabel, and will make of the county to the other. However ictQiit I,'. AtLiMin of Ournii- thv the trip from St. Louis to Louisville, he has laid a splendid foundation ftv boro, who will deliver 'the gospel da' wht're he ha,s been following the Ohio. Arrangements his successor, Mr. Loy, an lumtner and will complete the nec- messages, did not arrive until Mon have been made for it to stop in from overseas. ...jr. .rrn,,,,,,,!,.!!. r.., . ; for tk The Board of Agriculture met on day afternoon a short time. Owensboro for Pem"K F'or his first sermon, Rev Th, ,,,,,, I., of- Cloveroort will at Monday- and accepted Mr Harth's told very interestingly of his Atkison So far. this year, there have not -, . trip to least get a fleeting glimpse of it as it resignation wiin inucii pnncsi, tnu the World's Missionary Convention been any resignation! among the fac- elected Mr. Loy to succeed him. ulty members as there were last year makes its trip to Louisville.' in Ediriburg, Scotfaud in MHO. He open under just partly gave the memories of and the school will not any serious handicaps. his journey over there, and Tuesday facility consists of O. evening he will continue to tell more F". The present Calloway. Miss Mary Owen Oelze. through Palesin detail of his trip Ms Lillian Cart. Miss Ruth Chain tine and Fgypt. Wroe, Miss Miss afternoon services are held at bliss. Uabbage Margaret The and Miss Julia Wroe Tula J o'clock and the evening services at 7 :.'io The meetings are open to everyHAPPY OUTING. one, and the pastor extendg a cordial . . I .. LI' invitation in tne puoiic u aiicnu. Irviiigton, Ky.. Aug. '5. (Special) and F"ive An all day joint won first in the Piff Club Week-enIn Louisville. I rained the pitf that hundred party was given at the beaulast year. 1 have them rod enough to win Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Walker, colored tiful country home of Mr. and Mrs again this year, if properly fitted, and they are with their niece, John Nevitt and Mr. and Mrs. Fllmer spent the week-enMiss Forrest Shawler, 733 E. Jacob King, on Thursday. August 21. The priced worth the money too. These are the guests, which numbered about fifty, street, Louisville. kii d of pigs that go out and make good and carried basket dinner with them, this please their owners. added to by the hostess furnished enough dinner and supper which was In a few weeks I wilkbe weaning some of the on the hack norch. Mrs. Ni l,iit"'' scotch pies were beat pigs that I have ever raised. See them beH A 1M17W (WFWI? vi,t's IlAkJ HEm" greatly enjoyed Twenty of the guests fore you buy elsewhere. Here you get the pig were entertained at 500 from 1:30 to you buy, no drawing for choice, no lottery. o'clock "? the spacious veranda. Personnel And Equipment Oil' I sell hogs and satisfaction. EIIT I PUBLIC Hardiiisb'trg. train, A few minutd ifter getting off the Mr. Claycomb suffered a par- WELL ATTENDED OPENS LABOR DAY - 4. er 4, 1 . . - c.,. 4 f , M 1." er . r,-,- i Big Typ e Poland Chinas The Farmer's Hog. I 4 -- Ata-F'resc- o d d The Webb F'arm was rented to Win. Lambert at the court house door on Monday, for $S,1M, Mr. Lambert has been on the place for the past four years and has paid each year $1,50(1 rent for the farm. It is said that S. Rosenblatt is really the man Returned To Their Home In Texas that rented the farm and that Mr. Mr. and 'Mrs. P. M. Rigdon and:, II . l was bidding for him. and ..Ii in I thtn nephew, Malcolm Jarboe, who that there has been an agreement be ives wiin mem win rciurn soon to tween Mr. Lambert and Mr. Rosen- V heir home in El Paso. Tex., after U. M i k w.. u, . spending a month in Kentucky visit- , an1 fortmtM on ,e farm. ng Mrs. Rigdon s father. G. W Jarboe hf knf)wn as Patesville and relatives over the Lambert was not bidding on Ac place state. ,1 Ilf liw tieicrVi- vj liiii..-t, Mr. and Mrs. Rigdon formerly liv-- , . ibors got into the tight and run the , ed in Kentucky- but for the last sev- It seems place trom $1)0(1 to eral. years they have been making a partnership had been formed J. that their home in lexas, and Mr Rigdon between E J. Snvder and W C Rob-i- s well established in the real estate . inson, whereby the place was divided business being connected with the Kir onaaAti.Ant . P'li-llOftlOn m '' I 'I' HI..IU.M VM..O IIQl'IIIQI of the rent. They run the place to Marriage. $.'100. W J. West and a Mr Beavin, The marriage of Miss Cecil Hall of near Cloverport, were bidders oa and Mr. Eddie Gregory, both of this the place until it reached nearly the city, took place in Jeffersonville, $2 0()0 k )oc LeMastus was a bid Thursday atternoon, August IS. The jer but quit ear(y m the game or young people were accompanied to bo t the time tilat it went over Jerfersonville, by the brides brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall alytic stroke and only lived an hour and a half. A little less than two years ago he suffered a stroke while cutting corn. The funeral was held Tuesday by Rev. Blackburn and the remains were laid to rest in the Raymond cemetery. ' The deceased leaves a wife and six sons, two brothers and two sisters, H. M. Claycomb and Mrs. Amos Mattingly, of Raymond. John Claycomb. of Brandenburg, and Mrs. Norton, of Norton Valley. The family has the sympathy of the community. Mrs M A. Elder, of Lake Village, Ark., who has been spending the summer with her brother, Mr. Richard Carter near Cloverport, and the home of Joe Mulhatton. Jr. was in the city F'riday. visiting among her ast friends and acquaintances. Mrs. Folder is proud to tell yoi that she is twice a great grandmother and had six grandsons in the American army of the late war. And it is very well that she does add these interesting facts about her life for the friends of Mrs. Folder would never guess her years from her conversation and general appearance. 1 TWO CLOVERPORT MEN BID FOR WEBB FARM. yr . A -- Hall-Grego- BOARD OF HEALTH spi-vp- UrrivKl '' ... CA Mr and Mrs. Gregory returned to onisville an. I were quests of Mr and VAMJXJ Mrs. Hubert Hall. Mrs. Gregory is the 19 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrl. Wm Hall, and Mr. Gregory is the son of Mr and Mrs. Finest Gregory. He is 21 In Every years old 1 Eftf AI I IVfl liaU VflTI0N RALLIES HELD The sows of my herd come from three of the states of the Union. I have best never let money stand between me and the bog I wanted to improve my herd. 1 also have two males large enough for service from a litter of ten, choice individuals, for sale g State Board Moved From Bowling Green to L'ville. Week-En- d House Party. , uow. The pork barrel is the end of the hog. I have the kind that till it. The sow pigs are all sold. Coi mail pigs tor ale at weaning time. Irviiigton, Ky Aug. M, (Special) The State Hoard of Health fonn Mr and Mr-- Paul Wilson, of Morhouse erly located in Howling Green, has avia, entertained at a week-enmoved all personnel and equipment party .,. honor of 'Miss Mary Alexan to Louisville and is now located in der, of lrvu.gtoir 1 hose present were: and Julia the Merchants Ice & Transfer Comp- Misses Mary Alexai.der Lyon, Messrs. J. u. uyaaan, nuoeri any building, Sixth and Main. Lyon and Hubert Livers. ty-two persons are einlpoyed. All office and laboratory equipment Five Hundred Party. has beeii received and has been put . d , Seven- Camping Party At "Bon Haven." Mr and Mrs. Wick DeHaven and their nephew Jervis Stone DeHaven, who camped last week on their farm , , m 'j r I 'It ir I '"It,. i, .1 ri, jth(. week.etld in thig city with Mrs. ,ie DeHave before retUrning to thejr Fordsville. i I County Throughout Kentucky This Week. State Speakers Assigned. in place.. Under the present arrangement, VIC PILE, Harncd, Ky. the third floor is occupied by laboratory equipment and supplies. Appar atus representing thousands of dollars has been installed. In addition tp this there ut a large sUxkroom that bold bleak and office malarial. Irviiigton, Ky. Aug. S3. (Special) Mrs. J. F Vogel gave a 50 party Tuesday in honor of Mrs. F R. Trumbo, who leaves the first of SeptFour tables ember for California. played. Mrs. Paul Wilson, of Moravia was present NOTICE communications or news items of any kind addressed to The Breckenridge News for pub- .nation must be signed by the writer or else they will not be All published. Signed. D. educational cam The state-wid- e paign to eradicate illiteracy, increase school attendance ind rais teachers salaries was formally launched Monday with educational rallies in practically every county in Kentucky Meetings will be held in every school district where local speakers will an interest in the three tints of the campaign and urge the com munity to get behind every movement for the advancement of education. Outlines of plans formulated by Johu Babbage, Editor county organizations indicate that nothing is being left undone to make the campaign a success Parades, on Page 4) PAGE 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY AUGUST 87, 119 with her parents, Mr FOR SALE NEWS FROM ! THE COUNTY BEWLEYVILLE Mr Mrs Lnr Arma and daughters. basket. There were about present and alt enjoyed the Ora and Nora, of West View, visited Mr. and Mrs Cave Laslte. Saturday day very much Mesdames W. W. Keith. airi B J. and Sunday. Mr Orville Keith and son. are visiting Mr and ix. of Locust Hill, Mrs Paul Wilson at Moravia. spent Saturday night and Sunday Mr. and Mrs C. J. (iill spent Fri- with his brother, Jesse Nix and famwell filled forty-five and vlait with his children, Mrs 'O W Sanders and Mr Sam Brickey, ftf Mr. Sidney Nottingham. Weatview, Evansville, Ind. spent Sunday with his bother, G. Mrs Fannie Mattingly, of CloverW. Nottingham and family. port, ia visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mr. Byrort Cook, Louisville, visited F. C. Whitehouse. Miss Eliza Pile last week. vacation lira. John Pile. Blacksmith shop and tools. Work Fully equipped. enough fcr two men. Good reason for selling. and Mr of Oklahoma, days and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Wilson. Wilson arcompained them several months visit in C. J. Gill and family, motored here in fight her family Miss Ella home after Oklahoma and Texas. Born to Mr and Mrs W THOS. F. BOHLER CI over port. Ky. R Howell August :.0, a fine hoy. He has 'been named Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. B S. Wilson had a reunion Thursday ii. honor of their daughter's return. Neighbors and friends were invited in, each bringing The United States Railroad Administration Announces REDUCED RATES TO Owensboro, Ky. August 31st to Sept. 6th, Inclusive, Account Daviess County Fair. Louisville. Henderson & St. Louis Railroad. For detailed information, apply to local Ticket Agt. day in Lonisville. W. H. and William N Orury. of Lakeland, spent a few days at home this week. Miss Amy Wilsotv teacher at Bethel was the week-enguest of Mr. and Mrs. A W. Foote. Rev. H. S, English and family were guests Thursday night of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Carman, enrmite home from Lincoln Farm. Mrs. Geo. R. Compton, Mildred Kincheloe Compton and Miss Maggie B. Jolly, were dinner guests Monday of Mrs. E. P. Hardaway. Fletcher Blanford, of Louisville, is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. We are glad to Chas. Blanford. know Mr. Blanford is able to be out after an auto accident in which he was seriously bruised and got his right arm broken. Mrs. Dell Lashbrook has returned to her home in Owensboro after a visit to her sister. Mrs. G. O. Blanford. Laura Mell Stith writes that she is sure having a fine time in Illinois She is visiting in Paris and Danville, and Tern Haute, Ind T Stith. Chas R. Mastoid, Edgar Hardaway and Mrs. Ci. O. Blanford and son attended quarterly tneel-in- g at Irvnigton. I'riday. d ily. Wade 'Pile, of Hardinshurg. spent MATTINGLY the week-en- d with his brother and sister, O. H Pile and Miss Eliza Pife O. H Pile. Miles Drane and Wade Mrss Maud Hambleton is visiting Pile are at Gustrtn prizing tobacco relatives and friends in Louisville. grown on Wade Pile's faun Mr. and Mrs. Meeka and daughter, A protracted meeting is in progress Mrs. James Brickey and children moat Fairview church near here. tored from Lake, Ind., Saturday and Mrs. Geargia Lockard. of Illinois, will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. is visiting her brother. Mr Riley D. Mingus for several days. Tucker and family. Mrs. Peyton Eskridge and mother, School is progressing nicely under Mrs. Dock Hawkins have returned to Mrs. Maria Spurrier's teaching. their homes in Cloverport, af'.er a Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nix. of Kings-woo- week's visit with their sister and spent Thursday with Mr. and daughter, Mrs. M. K Hambleton. Mrs. "Bud" Drane. The stork has visited the homes Miss Mattie Cundiff. Westview. of Mr. and Mrs. Lira Basham and week-en- d spent the with Miss Daisy Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Basham and Tucker. left a fine boy baby at each home. Miss Colla Pile returned to Holden. Mr. T. N. Brickey reutrned to his W. Va , Friday after spending her ihome here Thursday after a week's ADDISON Mr. Harry Schaettgen, of Chicago, just returned from over seas and received his discharge from Camp Grant. III., arrived in Cloverport, Sunday A. M. to be the guest of Miss Frances Rhodes and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Rhodes, of Ad dison. a few days. Mr Eli Pool, of McDaniels, returned home after being the guest of Mita Christine Rhodes, of Addison, from Saturday until Monday. from AdA crowd of thirty-thre- e dison went on a hay ride to a dance and ice cream supper at Tucker's school house Saturday night. III., who has SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS FOR HER TOILET TABLE kep MOOK Miss Elizabeth Pile, who is attending the Business University a,t Bowl ing Green, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pile. Miss Bevye Smiley, of Kingswood is visiting Miss Lula Smith. Mr. E. E. Parson, Guthrie. Okla , is spending a few days with his aunt, Mrs. John Pile. Miss Eliza Pile entertained to dinner Thursday Misses Mary Emma Pile of Holden. W. Va . Margaret Pile, of Louisville, and Elizabeth Pile, of Bowling Green. Messrs E. E. Parson of Guthrie, Okla., and Parson Pile, of Mook. Mrs J. C Tucker, of McDaniels. visited her mother, Mrs. J. H. Hayes, Cleansing creams and soothing lotions to repair the ravages made by the unexpected winds that come up out of the East. Or, better yet, the cooling antiseptic powders, soaps and creams that are preventives as well as cures Preparations that nourish the skin and it firm and smooth, toilet waters, fragrant salts and delicate perfumed that meet every dainty need of the most fastidious woman. Toilet Goods Section First Floor Children's School Clothes MUSLIN UNDERWEAR in Drawers and Petticoats MERCERIZED LISLE HOSE in Whin. Brown and Black Thursday. GINGHAM DRESSES An extra good quality of Gingham Dreitei for school wear. Come in plaids and mixed All sizes patterns. Miss Eliza Pile spent Wednesday with her cousins, from West Virginia, at their father's. John Pile. Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Lucas, of Duncan Valley, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his father, "Bank" Lucas, of this place. CHILDREN'S FALL HATS School hats or fall and winter in felts and velfets Attractive, girtiih shapes DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders The Newest Millinery Modes Offer Much Diversity In Style The charm of simple but tasteful ornamentation and classic lines is definitely expressed in this showing of Autumn Millinery Attractive colorings, rich fabrics and artistic designing have been combined to make your Fall chapeau a thing of beauty and a joy forever. Mrs. Ethel O. Hills Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County Cloverport, Ky. Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep. Have won HAMPSHIRE RAMS We have four yearling rams and fifteen ram lambs for sale; sired by our $125 Walnut Hall Ram No. 764. Also ten Shorthorn and Foiled Durham bulls and eight heifers. A few good mares and geldings. 1000 Ribbons at State Past Five Years Faira In Valley Home Stock Farm W. J. OWEN SONS, Propictora 1 Hardinshurg, Ky., Route Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle ORCHARD HOME FARM G. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor Breeder of Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs W. R. MOORMAN & SON Glen Dean, Ky. THE herd. Hardinshurg, Ky., Route S. HOWARD FARMS SON, Prop. The First Frocks oi Fall Arrive in Numbers Soft woolena. originally developed in colorings suggestive of Autumn leaves, proclaim these Frocks aa new aud entirely different. The selling is moat opportune, for now of all times most women wish to select those Tricotine and Serge Frocks which are so important in the wardrobe, for the crisper days soon to come. Belts, buttons, embroideries aud various other style features accent the charms of these early modes. J. If. HOWARD Shorthorn and Polled Catle Roam Sultan, a son of White-hal- l Sultan, heads the herd. Duroc Hogs, Sprague Defender heads the WHILE IN THE CITY call and look over our stock for bargains in It w If stocl ill pa, you to visit our farms. Glen Dean, Hardinsburg. Ky. Dealers ia DISTINCTIVE BAG FOR ALL OCCASION WEAR For what becomes the new Fall Suit or daytime dress is out of keeping with the frock of printed Chiffon or Georgette one wears to luncheon and and the matinee. Ulivelooe DUrsTS of fine tlin uil nr trrain Mnrnrrn ar moire lined with mirror ami purse Inside Hays of vBBtr . Hr h 1 uu wiunc iik nave iraiuesor silver, sneil or ivory, with small drop mirror and envelope purse in their shirred silk pockets. Most popular of all is the decorative beaded bag. that comes in varymg shapes and sizes, some patterned ,tl, conventional designs, while others are lovely with flowera or birds or laodscapes iu brilliant coloring ' and silken linings that reflect the sheen of the finely woveu beads. hand-carve- LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO Fords Buick Stutz Hupmobile MILES-HUGHE- S Oakland's C. V. Robertson Hardinshurg, Ky. DaaUr la t"" &J& Chandler Packard Oldsmoblle PARK PLACE High-Clas- s Horaes, Mules, Fine Sad die and Harness Horsei. It will pay you to viait my Sublea Priced from $1.00 to $45.00 G. N. Lyddaa FARMER AND FEEDER Irvington, Ky. AUTOMOBILE CO. Ninth and Liberty Streets WEBSTER STOCK FARM H S. W. Anderson Company Owensboro Where Courtesy Relfjiis H. NORTON. O Loulavllle, Kentucky. Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in All Kind of Live Stock. Webater. Kentucky THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY i PAGE 3 U, U TOBACCO GROWERS ONE OF THE BEST BUILT AND EQUIPPED LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSES In the Green River District will be at Cloverport ready lor the 1919 Crop oi Tobacco. The Building is Practically Fire Proof With Brick Walls and Concrete Floor. The roof will have 94 skylights of sandblasted glass, each 4 feet by 6 feet, giving a true light in all weather conditions. This is the most important feature in a loose leaf floor, and the owners have spared neither pains nor expense in giving the grower the benefit of the best light obtainable. The L., H. & St. L. R. R. will have a switch leading from the main line to the floor, which will accommodate three cars at one time. The largest buyers in Louisville and Owensboro have promised their patThis Floor is tor the ronage. The management has had long experience, successfully operating use ot the Grower, a Loose Leaf floor at Livermore, Kentucky. The location of the Clover-poand is designed tose-cur- e Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse at Cloverport on the main line of the lor him the best L., H. & St. L. R. R., and the Ohio River, assures the grower and the buyprice tor his tobacco er excellent shipping and transportation facilities. rt The Buyer will deal with the Grower. IRVINGTON Miss Pauline Adkisson, Owensboro, is the guest of Miss Virginia Head. Mrs. G. L. Brady has returned home from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. T, McCoy in Louisville. M. H. Gabbert, Elizabethtown, was lu town last Monday in interest of Pin-hooki- ng will not be Permitted on this Floor. HARDINSBURG Mr. W. from St. days there Mrs. M. spent several clays here the guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs John Stith have returned to their home in Bowling Green after a visit with relatives. Mrs. L. D. Jones and children, and Mrs. Bell Burnside left Friday for Frankfort, for their future home. Misses Bessie Miller and Ressie Hendrick have returned from Lewis-por- t and Skillman. after a visit with relatives and friends. Miss Judith Beard has returned from Boston. Mass., after a visit with her sister, Mrs Cleon White and Mr. Elkton, and Mary Louise Hardaway, of Bewleyville, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Lyddan, Park Place. Miss Mary Alexander, of Louisville is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. L D. Bishop and the Home Insurance Co. Mrs. John Waller has returned to her home in Hopkinsville, after an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Herndon. Miss Cora Guthrie, of Owensboro, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kendall. Messrs. and Mesdames. Jake Law-soArchie Jenkins, of Louisville and Mr Milton M inter, of Custer, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morris. Mesdames. Duvall. Hook and Mrs. Towers and baby of Hardinsburg, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Blythe. Prof. C. A. Tanner, of Winchester, was in town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turner and children, of Louisville, have been the guests of Miss Mary Cornwall. Mr. and Mrs Bate Washington have returned from Louisville after two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Perry n, Weaver. Lonnie Keith, of Elizabethtown, was in town Saturday. Mrs. Sue Jolly left for Chicago, Sunday after a visit with relatives Wroe, of Louisville, spent here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite and Miss Martha Howe Brite visited in Lewis-por- t, last week. Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Taylor, Misses Mabel and Nell Adkins. and Mr. Henry Crowley returned Sunday from a week's stay at White Mills. Winneld Scott, of Stith's Vlalley, has bought Forrest Stith's farm near town. Miss Ida Frank, of Owensboro, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Nevitt at Basin Springs. Misses Mary Emma Lonkataff, of Clinton ere the week-en- d Ohio. Miss Kuth Marshall will leave Sept. list, to attend Louisville Conservatory. Mrs. Harriett Cooper is home from Owensboro. where she has been visit ing relatives for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. N. Gardner motored and to Stiths Valley for the week-e- n children are visiting relatives at were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Hicks. Mitchell and Bloomington, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Morrison Misses Margaret, Sue and Virginia Bandy, Messrs. Wilbur Parks and and daughter spent Sunday in Lewis Bennett Moremen motored to Louisville, Wednesday. Junious Stith has purchased the HARNED farm of W. L. Cox. Mr. Cox will have a sale Thursday. They will move to Dr. V. D. Hunter and family, of Louisville. wife, of Cuba lectur- Sikeston, Mo., are visiting relatives Joe Board and here. ed at the Methodist church Friday Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Pile spent evening. week-en- d near Lodiburg, the Ras purchased the the G. O. Bailey guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bowmer store house now occupied by A. D. Smith. Ashcraft, from R. S. Bandy, Sr. Mr. Mrs. Georgia Lockard, of Illinois, Ashcraft will give possession Sept. 1. Irvington will hold the annual visited relatives here last week. The Young People's Society met Country Fair. Myr-n- a Miss Eliza Piggott has gone to Saturday afternoon with Misses and Reba Tucker. a position on the Lexington, to accept Frank Skillman, of Louisville, speht Lexington Herald. Miss Piggott promises to be quite a newspaper last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skillman. woman. Rev. B. F. Wilson closed a successM. C. Green and H. P. Conniff ful series of meetings here Thursday Hardinsburg, Thursday. were in night. Jess Gardner returned from Evans-villMiss Louise May, who is teaching Saturday where he has been near Glen Dean, spent the week-en- d spending the summer. Mrs. Cordie Wallace has returned with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will May. to her home at Corbin after several Homer Alexander was in Louisweeks stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. ville on business last week. Holt. Misses Julia Lyon and Catherine Cox were in Louisville, Friday to see "Why I Put Up With Rats for Years," Writes N. Windsor, Farmer. Prof. Fred Cowles. Miss Cox will study at the Consevatory this winter. "Years ago I bought some rat poisMajor L. B. Moremen returned to on, which nearly killed our fine watch Jefferson Barracks, Mo , Saturday dog. It so scared us that we suffered after 15 days furlough with his fam- a long time with rats until my neighily. That's bor told me about RAT-SNAMiss' Pauline Hook, of Hardins- the sure rat killer and a safe one." burg, has been the guest of Messrs. Three sizes, Mfc 50c. $1.00. Sold and and Mesdames. Virgil and Fred Brite. guaranteed by E. A. Hardesty, Steph-enspor- t; Mrs. 4 B. Biggs attended the weeConrad Payne & Co., Cloverding of their son, Wm. Biggs and port; B. F. Beard, Hardinsburg. Miss Mabel Hamilton, in Louisville, TRY A WANT AD TODAY the Itith. They will make their home in Cleveland. 1 e, GLEN DEAN The pie supper given by the school here was well attended and receipts were $35.00. Mr. Shelton visited his sister, Miss Myra Shelton last week-enMiss Marion Dix is here for a few weeks. Miss Nell Jones, oi Hardinsburg, visited her uncles, Joe and Claude Jones last week. Mr. Mora Butler, of Sullivan. III., visited his sister, Mrs. J. T. Jones, last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Nola Ashley visited in Grayson county, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burnett spent Sunday at McQuady. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Culler from Bardstown , have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones. Miss Lafie Moorman is visiting relatives and friends here. The revival at the Baptist church will not begin until September 15. Mr. Tom Fentress visited in Grayson county last week-enHe saw his sister, Mrs. Hudson, whom he had not seen for fifteen years. She lives in Wisconsin. Mrs. Dallas Wilkerson and son, Elliott spent Saturday and Sunday with Cicero Fentress and wife near here. Mrs. Kate Moorman Weber, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. Walter Moorman. Mrs. J. T. Jones is attending the 1'ost Masters Convention in d. H. Hatcher has returned Louis, Mo., after several on business. B. Kincheloe has return-afte- r a short visit with Mr. Kinche-e- d to her home in Washington, D. C, loe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. X Kincheloe. Miss Ella Mattingly, of Kirk, who was the guest of her brother, Lon Mattingly and Mrs. Mattingly has returned home. Mrs. Raymond Dowell and sister, Miss Linnie Walls have returned from White Greendale, after a visit with their Mr. and Mrs. L B. Richardson and sister, Mrs. J. W. "Trent and Mr. children, of Ganield. were the guests Trent. Sunday of Mrs. Richardson's parents, Miss Pauline Hook is visiting hei Mr. and Mrs. M. Compton. uncle, Fred Brite and Mrs. Brite, of Rev. E. B. English and family., have Irvington. Rev. from Henry DeHaven Moorman has re- returned has been Brandenburg. meetEnglish conducting a turned from California, where he ing there for ten days. spent a short time on business. William Coomes, after spending The ladies of Hardinsburg will give a play at the City Hall, Friday several days in Louisville, has renight at 8 P. M., August -- 9th., En- turned home. Miss Anna O Reilly left Friday tor titled "A Modern Sewing Society." The play is for the benefit of the Evansville. to visit her aunt, Mrs J. school library. A musical program, W. Kennedy and Mr. Kennedy and moving pictures and refreshments relatives. J. C. Lewis left Friday for Columwill add to "the pleasure of the bus, O., where he will spend a short Miss Olga Whittinghill, of Fords-vill- time on business. William Ahl, of Louisville is the is visiting Miss Nellie Joues. Miss Rosa Driskell, of Cloverport, guest of his daughter, Mrs. G. D. who has been the guest of Miss Eula Beard and Mr. Beard. Fied Jojly. who has been the niiet Beard has returned home. Mrs. Gertrude Hagan and sou, of relatives in Eddyville, has returnRoscoe, of Caruthersville, Mo., came ed home , Rev. C. H. Metcalf. of Blooming-ton- , Friday to visit relatives. III., after a short visit with his Mrs. Thomas Rhodes and daughter, Lelia, are the guests of her sister, sister, Mrs. Anna M. O'Reilly left Mrs. James Tate and Mr. Tate, of Sunday for Owensboro to visit relatives. Garfield. C. Vic Robertson after spending Guy Mattingly after a visit with Alfred Oelze Pate, of Edenwiood. ten days at Red Boiling Springs, Tenn., has returned home Tenn., has returned home. Miss Nancy Kincheloe, who has Miller DeHaven, who spent the week-en- d in Louisville has returned. been the guest of her brother, Lewis Kincheloe and Mrs. Kincheloe, of Miss Sadie Hall the book-keepof B. F. Beard and Co spent her Wheeling, W. Va., has returned home Misses Nellie nd Margaret Jarboe. vacation with relatives and friends at Vanzant and Fordsville, has returned of Evansville, are visiting MlMtl Rev. Hogard. of Eliztbethtown, Louise Elder and Mary Lewis Jarboe 1 . -n. e, , rXo IVIore RAT-SNA- RATS or mice, after you use It's a lure rodent kilter. Try a Pkg. and prove it. Rat killed with leave no smell. Cats or dugs won't touch it. (Guaranteed. fftc. til (1 cake) enough for Pantry KitRAT-SNA- chen or Cellar. 60c. site (I cakes) for chicken House, coops, or small buildings. (ML sis $1 (I cakaa) enough for all farm IM outbuildings, storage buildings, or factory I. ml. tings Sold and luaranteed by E. A. Hardesty, Stt pin nsport j Conrad Payne ft Co., Closer-port- ; and B. F. Beard, Hardinsburg w UAVItSS COUNTY FAIR lnC0flxrl,d AND EXPOSITION Owensboro, Ky. 6 BIG DAYS BEGINNING t0mmimt L J. HETH'S 20 Car Coads Features Superior Amusement Special Program GOOD ROADS X Sept 1st NIGHTS! imfitm LABOR DAY and MONDAY SHOWS 20 LABOR DAY! $600 Tobacco Derby. Purse given by Owensboro Tobacco Warehouse Co. 5 RACES DAILY- - 5 -- DAY September M 3 re ibitu $1,00U iu iiuuiiib gives by T. J. Co. in Stuck uud (wrtiueut. MOB 4 THE BRKCKENRIDOE NEWS, CL KENTUCKY Recovering From Nervous Breakdown feared at. first that Mr Smart had suffered a stroke of paralysis hut Mrs. Chat. Smart, whose home is later developments proved that her nervous system was broken down. on Hardinsbura; Route S, is recoverMiss Edith Hendrirkson of the ing after suffering from a nervous same neighborhood has been with breakdown several days ago. It was Mrs. Smart during her illness. I The Breckenridge News ROAD COMMISJNO D. BARRAGE. Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY EDUCATIONAL RALLIES HELD (Continued From Psfe 1) nics and other means of getting the people together are being planned many counties already having notified the Illiteracy Commission that arrangements are complete. Among the local speakers s'ri th : various counties wll be fjund many former state, city and county offichls. as well aa those now holding office Mrs W. L. Beardsley, of Harrods-burg- . former secretary of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs; D. M Hutton, of Harrodsburg, former president of the Kentucky Press Association aid former Circuit Judge, J. R. Layman, of Elizabethtown, and President Harvey Murdock, of Buck-hor- n College, are some of the prominent local speakers who are aiding the county work. The counties in the purchase have SIONER RESIGNS Mr. Rodman Wiley. Will Become Associated With Ky. Rock Asphalt Co. of l The Louisvillr Friday, August 22nd., contained the following; announcement. "Rodman Wiley, Commissioner of Public Roads for three years, has tendered his resignation to Gov. James D. Black, effective September 1. "This announcement was made Thursday by Wiley in a telephone communication to C. Frank Dunn, secretary of the Lexington Board of Courier-Journa- 1878 Buainraa Locals 10c SsibscririDti puce S1.10 a rear; SOc for 4 month; 75c lor (t , month over n lines, charged for a line and .V lor each aiMititmal mrrtinn- - card ol I hank-) t li .1, in ra. aI ..I Ilk. Inr HI.. I..a r Nm Ika liar lit... mnnr afvancr Kaminr thr label on your paper If i it not correct, please nntifjr as. I 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS smscRirrioM rates 1819 When friend m NOTICE TO Sl'BSCRI BKRS have finished reading your ropy of THE BRKCKENRIDOB lio not a snhscrihrr; do not throw it away or destroy it. i REWARD $25 NEWS hand it to CLOVERPORT , OUR TRIP IN THE EAST. AUGUST 27, 1919 The writer is at home from a very interesting and enjoyable trip to the (treat city of Boston. It is truly a wonderful city filled with so many pla. - cii interest that it takes one back to the days of our forefathers and the foundation of our American liberties. It is an inspiration to tread -- omt ierce. 'Wiley will become associated with on the sacred soil where the fathers of our country lived and died and left .1... k v ..... u... i .i n. mv it ii i hi. i j mil rv i .i.iii ms a legacy that lias stood like a solid rock for centuries. We came homeipany, Louisville, in the capacity of with a new vision for a better town, a better community, and a better state, .chief engineer. , "Wiley's term of office would not . We need, all of ,. to get together, pull together and get the spirit ot expjrf Juy fM Durmg hig cooperation for better things, better schools, better roads, and harder work. incumbency he has promoted a State- Great opportunities are just ahead of us we must grasp them and I sinjwitle programme of road development .,, that has made Kentucky one of the sure r win. foremost States in road construction. J no. D. Babbage. "Wiey is a graduate of the College of Kngineering, University of Kentucky, being honor man of the class A. T. BEARD HONORED. of l!l(." A. T. Beard, our efficient County Court Clerk, has been elected Sec retary and Treasurer of the County and Circuit Clerks Association of DEATH BY PRE Kentucky, at a meeting held by the Association in Louisville, August VENTABLE ACCIDENT. IS, M, . and This is a very distinguished honor given Mr. Beard and his home Last year 1,258 people in Tennessee people appreciate it. Mr. Beard is a fiie officer, a good business man with lost their lives by accident. Railroad progressive ideas and lends a helping hand in all movements accidents were responsible for 273 of mat are goon lor nis county ana state. i ne Association has mane no these fatalities; automobile accidents mistake in electing him to these important offices. for K7 of them; the remaining 89S " were due to a great variety of causes; but it is worth noting that most of them were in the country districts. It is also worth noting that while people find a great many way., of getting killed, there are certain accidents that appear as causes of death year after year with depressing reg- ularity. One 1 1 -- year-old bay mare, in good condition, Bvtry year children are burned to gentle; good for riding, driving and any kind of farm death by falling into unprotected A big bargain at $130. work. fireplaces, or into tubs of hot water, tr One black filly, not broken. Will or 111' ("i " i ii n iElnnmli nn tm 1..,,,. ...I .....iv iiv , up ill i"ini j while their parents go away. Every sell cheap. year men are killed by having loadef One good upright piano $140. wagons, or the improperly placed One Progress Grand base burner No. 16. Will loads of wagons, overturn upon them Every year men are caught in the heat more than one room. Will sell for $27. harness and dragged to death by horses or mules. Every year men are killed by trusting "gentle" bulls or "safe" stallions. "Safety first" is a good motto. Let us remember it a little better. Sou-- 1 IT ( . I A reward of twenty-fiv- e ($25) dollars will be paid to any individnal furnishing information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person who, without authority, enters any public school building either by door or window; wilfully destroys, damages or injures any public school property; or who unlawfully trespasses upon public school property to the injury or detriment thereof. By order of The Breckinridge County Board of Education J. RALEIGH MEADOR, Chairman. Ti is Space Contributed by The Breckenridge News postponed their educational campaign until the first week in Septem ber following conference with the Illiteracy Commission, due to the fact that a chain of Institutes are being conducted in that section this week. Pike county decided that one week was not enough in which to reach every section of the county and inaugurated their campaign last week. Their work will continue two weeks and will come to a close Friday afternoon when Governor Black will deliver an address at the final rally. WANTED Some earnest, -- AT ONCE "A LESSON FOR YOU." am going to write this story Anl perhaps it might help you. Anil keep you from getting into trouble Over Kail Women, (.ambling and Booze. Now suppose you're a ('.ambling Man, And always make a big win; But when you start to lo-- c your money, Then, that is where your trouble begins. Vou will win awhile, then you will lose, Then you will get mad and lose your beAd But when you start to lose your money. Then that is where your trouble begins. a Indies, Man you a Dude. all your money call you a fool. PROPERTY FOR SALE But suppose you're And they will call But after they get They lauh, and There might be one, you call your woman, And you will sap that "She is the belt in the World;" And then you will get in trouble again, Kor, about her, you will kill some man. But suppose you are just a plain Old Drunk, Who. for him self, he has no pride; And when he gets his Bottle of Booze, Don't care whether he lives or dies. Of course every man knows his life, But I will tell you before you begin ; "That of you take anyone of these three You will come to a sorrowful end." ard, persistent person in this community to take complete charge of a bank account immediately. No experience is necessary, and there is no age limit. Men, women and children, who are not satisfied with the progress they are making, will take a step forward by forming association with this bank. No reference required, but. one qualification necessarily most needed to hold down this proposition and make a success of it is As an evidence of your intention to remain with us you are requested to make a deposit (large or small) and add to it regularly while in charge of vour account. . stick-to-it-iveness. X r '. Coral Whittinghill. Glen Dean, Ky. Apply Immediately in Person them Agriculturist There is one thing about Sporting Life That I will try to reveal, "It takes money to live up to it. And to get it you will ' Murder, Gamble Steal'." Now take a tip And let thai And get you a nan nave you from one who knows. anv life alone: nice little Wife and Ho a nappy, Home sweet Home. or by Letter to ! ii The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. STRONG ACCOMMODATING r , Visit the State Fair and Levy Bros., Sept. 8 to 1 3 A Clothing Store That Makes You Feel At Heme ONE of our pmbitions is to have folks feel at in this store; to cultivate all through the ana1 I II Now if you choose this gay high life. And then you get in a hole ; It will be too late then, to weep and moan. And say, "I wish that I hail another show."i The Bank That Helps You Help Yourself Perhaps you will say, "That can't have any tun It don't uanihh- and run .umim! all niuhr." But there are plenty of people having fun And living: a respectable life. I Hardinsburg, Kentucky j Now after you read this little tjji It is up to you fo decide. Hut every one can lead a respectable life, if they will only TRY. TRY, TRY. place an air of congeniality anxious to sell something;, good will; not ui eager and willing to be of service. character of our merchandise; this coupled with an inimitable service has maintained for us the leadership of hifjch Most men are acquainted with the variety and Composed In Louis A. Harris, who! died in the Electric Chair. Friday morning at flawn, June (ith, Mil at i4:32 A. If, Louis A Harris. 21 years old, of Maysville, Ky.. sentenced to die in the Electric Chair, at the State Penitentiary. Kddyville, Ky.. for the wil-- j ful murder of his wife. Just two hi Hits before he walked from the MMh chamber to pay the penalty, he Wrote the above poem, dedicated it t,i other prosoners awaiting the death sentence and more so for those that jyill again go out into the world, to make life better than it has been in the past, and undoubtly gives them the best of advice. . FOR THE HOME CANNERS can- ners 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. The time of year when the home j the Sou ill us Men's and Boys' Outfitter! now showing Fail and Winter Suits, Overcoats, Hats, ishoes and Furnishings, for the Fair or whenever you're in town see our good merchandise. Come leave your luggage i Loui.il We'll he glad to have you ( come in while in and bundles here use our te ei hone- s- we'll help jou in any way we can. You'll feel right at home the minute you come in the door. You're the head of the hcuse; what you say goes. consumer of the bcM means of iret- ting the most miles out of his tires, The purpose of the conference was to acquaint the service men fully with the latest development fan tire manu re tare and tin best means of avoiding tire trouble. TRAINED U. S. TIRE MEN. A conference of the service men of the United States Tire Company was held recently at the company's Hartford factory. The gathering included men from every state. The ser- vice men form that part of the company's staff which advises the Mason Glass Jars per dozen $1; quart size, per dozen 85c; pints, per dozen 70c. Rubbers. Tin Cans 65c per doz. Sealing Way Half gallon size, ktMtles; 4 Extra qualify ttliiniinuin preser vinjr quart size S1.50 keltic; lie-; Extra quality aluminum preserving 4 quart size $1.25 65c 45c Mail Orders Filled Promptly By Experts j The Bright Spot in Louisville Levyat Thirds Bros cMarket LOUISVILLE, KY. kisses. Her Hubby All right! If there isn't enough I'll run out to the Widow Sweetleigh's delicateessen and get some more. Enough What? Mis J u ne bride The larder is empty We'll have to make our luncheon on bread and cheese and Kxtra quality porcelain preserving ket 4 quart size Bstre quality porcelain preserving kettles; S quart h)a Wickless 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 K ILLS RATS and mice tbat'a HAT SNAP, the old reli ble rodeul destreyer. Cotnea in cakes no inning with other lood. Your money back if it fails Sc. sue (I cakl enough for Pantry Kitchen or Cellar. ec. sue fl cakei) for chicken Mouse, coopa, or small builiiinga. 11 00 alia (t cakes) enough for all farm and out buildings, atnrage buildings, or fac-orbitlktiogs. Sold and Guaranteed by E. A. liardeaty, Slciihensuort ; Conrad Payne k Co , Clover-por- t i E. A. HARDESTY The Hardware and Implement Stephensport, Ky. ai.J 0 K Beard, Hardiaaburs;. F IHnfff 17, f ltlt ' THE BRECKENRIDOE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY 1. PAOE t BBi M Davis, of Hardinsburg va Lodibwrg, Monday to see his uncle, I) Simmons WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 87. m Mr l'rrcy CsrSon, of Louisville,, KatrrrH at iht Pout Offic at Cloverport, K. is ' C. the guest of hi lister, Mrs Oct) ai wmnil rlaaa .natter Crlot and Mr. Crist. fMIS PAPFR REPRtSENIFO FOR FOREIGN Beckham Tate, of MJ M T ( ADVERTISING BY THE ('amp Knox, visited his parents. Ml and Mrs. Kd L. Bate, Sunday. Mr. Frank Hall, of I'aducah, who JH" F with his family are visiting in I nch OKNCRAL OFFICE burg, was in Cloverport. Monday. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Mrs. James Burke and sons, of BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Owensboro, are with Mrs. Burke's ANNOUNCEBATES POR POLITICAL parents. Mr and Mrs. James Lews MENT!. Miss Maud Barry is at home after Pr Precinct anil City Office. f 3 HO a month's visit in Brandenburg and S 5 00 For County Officn through Meade county with relatives For Statr tnd Diatrict Opera... a fin.no Calla, per linr .10 For Mr. Bowers Kmmick. of Lewisport ... Canlx. rr linr Fr all Pulilicationa in thr intrrrat ol .10 motored here Sunday afternoon to be For individual! or exprraaion of indlvM-aa- l the guest of Miss May Brown. .10 vicwa, per linr Mr. Samuel Adams has returned home after spending two weeks with STARK-LOWMACO. Mr. and Mrs. James Peters, of Spots Louisville Representative s ( ville A. W. Babbage. of White Star, Harlan county, Ky., spent Wednesday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Babbage. Mrs. Morton Penick and children. Charles Kdward and Frances Marie Penick, of Buffalo, Ky. are the guests of Mrs. Joe J. Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark, of Louisville have been guests of Mrs. Clark's Casper Gregory went to Louisville, aunt, Mrs. John Weisenberg and Mr Monday on a businessStrip. The Brecken ridge News ltlt in M N Interesting Personal Mention visiting her mother. Mm Mins Tsui, and other relative st Cloverport, has returned home Mr and Mrs Krnrst GftgDry left S 11 '1 u , nitfl.t for Little Hork, Ark ll rv will visit Mr anrl Mrs Lewis daysman U ilSea Emil) Kewl and t'hlora Mae Mc-rU ' If), Alfred V'roe ami fiWHI, itch motored in the latter's rar to Haweville. Sunday. Mrs B. T. Fields and daiiKliirr. Miss Mary Isahrllr Fields, of Louis ville. will arrive Wednesday to lie the Riiests of Miss Klla Smith. Mrs Sallie (irausc had as her dinner Kiie.sts Tuesday of last week. Mrs. John E. Monarch, Mrs Jas V Miller illi,and Mis l domes Karl Wilhur. who has been visit Ing his aunt. Mrs. Eroest Gregory and Mi. Gregory for three week, return ed to his home in Nineola. Kans. Mrs Wilhur Gregory and son, Francis Gregory returned Friday from St Louis where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Yewcl Holder. Mr and Mrs. Tom Blaine, of N'ew Windsor. Ill, were here Monday the LgUtStS of Mrs. Blaine's sister. Mrs Xat Tucker and Mr Tucker. Mrs. V. G. Babbage came home Tuesday from Louisville, where she has been visiting her son. Virgil A Babbage and Mrs. Babbage since . i s - CLASSIFIED NOTR ADVERTISEMENTS jam dtttlf rira-- r notify the editor (liscontinnrd acivrrtinemenln FOR SALE .FUR S.M.K a ao Ky If yoti are planning sl a little sewing for Dn ami S.M.K 7. Kjr cow ami two W. Kcown. I'l.ivaassjHt oM FOR marr inshurf. Huaay ami harness, Iwo yrartant l.ults M I. Davis. linr li.,rr. s ,.,. ami slvrt-hor- School Dresses for the girls, now do so, as we have a Hard Fi:R SAI.F. Two marr ami one mrr Male A.l.lr.ss, W T Kraus.li. Rome, lad, ..ill FOR SAI.K P,,l, Aug,,, high grail. hull .alvrs ll S Rurks, Ail.lison, Ky. I good time to choice line of is 1 ro FOR SAI.F. 1 m., Shnri Horn Hull. II months old II nur pigs weight 3fi and W Deaurhamp A Rurton. Mystic. Ky l.oumls PERCALES GINGHAMS WANTED MF.N WANTttD 'mil wages. Permanent employment. F.xpericnce not nrcrasary. I.iaining gooil Iraile Particulars on rr est, Cut out this Ail aasl aen.l mtine.l I lately to enklna Vulcan Spring Company. Nt, hmonrl, Indiana, lift miles North of the Kentucky Ohio linr. POPLINS LOISETTE PRINTS GALATEA For colder weather we have the WANTBD One poitalile saw mill anil Raftaf (or cash. (llil Hickory Novelty Co. Ilarilinsliurg Ky. ' LOST July tS, hill hoMer containing on. $'.1i hill. Fimler please return to The rrckrnridra News oflice ami receive On FOUND On the llanlinshurg and Clover port pike, aulo wind ami tire Owner can get them hy paying for this advertisement. Write Or j w Utador, Castsi, Ky. Serges Blue, Brown, Green, Red and other shades. in Henry Harper returned to his home Rome, Ind., Monday from Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Adams left last week for Lilbourn, Mo. Miss Marie Bates, of McQuady, is tfce guest of Miss Irene Taul. C. G. Brabandt local agent for the Singer Sewing Machine Company. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Whorley have rented Mrs Jennie Williams' property. Mrs. James Cordrcy and son, John Cordrev. were in Louisville. Monday. Mr. Melvin Moser. of Hardinsburg, wis the guest Sunday of Miss Kathleen Squires. Miss Corine Quiggins spent Sunday the guest of Miss Alice Powers, of Dukes, Ky. Mr. Eldred A. Babbage spent Sunday in Earlington, the guest of Miss Susanne M. Crutchfield. Weisenberg. Sgt Frank Pate, of the A. E. F France is expected home from overseas September 1. and will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pate. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Haffey returned Friday to their home in Detroit, Mich., after a visit with Mrs John O'Connell. Miss Hettie Atwell, trimmer for Mrs. Ethel O. Hills, will arrive here next week from Cincinnati, for the fall millinery season. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Farmer. Mr. Gardner Board and children have been visiting at French Lick Springs, Ind. Miss Effie Robinson returned to Louisville, Monday after visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Robinson. Mrs. Russell Walker, who has been L foflowing descri ed Having sold my farm, I now offer at private sale persona lty: One pair of work and brood mares and one nice mare colt old (suckling), one four year-olsaddle and harness mare, one two-yePercheron sired horse; five head of dairy cows and some choice heifers, one Poland China brood sow, will farrow in Septetnlier, other good hogs (feed era) one Deering Minder and one Empire grain drill, both good as new; Deering Mower and rake, Chatham Fanning Mill ( new), one Reid Cultivator, three Wagons, two Buggies and Plows and Harrows ga:ore; one power kerosene Engine, steel grinder, aiso French stone burrs for grinding table meal, with line shaft and belting complete; (a nio.iey mak Come early or regret it as er) Other things too numerous to mention when you failed to get the farm TERMS. d ar six-hor- se For Personal Property the Sale! J. H. BLYTHE, R. R No. 2, Box 26, Hardinsburg, Ky. 1 13 FFT1 (k 't?3k w.MnoT DAI nV-- I W M mm in-Ca- rey Qualities you want in w a a- - .i ofihctricifif' Used in sockets Used m M'cs Koto non conductor your roofing come from the MICA Mica-Kot- e to protect bu'ldi'.q from iiqhc-n:r",- npiIEBODY jJ roofing is WooltVlL thoroughly satur- la;.'!' of this durable ot Carey Hon I) 11 Severs and Mr and Mrs. Mr and Mrs K. F. Garner and J. Byrne Severs, leaves Friday for jsons, William Curtis and Kdwin I'ar-- I Lansing, Mich., to resume her second ish Garner, of Marathon. Iowa, are years work in the Michigan School visiting Mr. Garner's father, J. P. for the Blind. Garner, of Hardinsburg. (Continued on Page ) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gross., of p Why People Bsiy in Prefer Irvington, were in Hardinsburg, Mon-'daence to Rat Poison. looking for a house to rent They (I)RAT-SNAabsolutely kills rats want to move there to place their and mice, (i) what it doesn't kill it children in school. away, faj Rats killed with SCarCS James Lawson, of Louisville, who RAT-SNA- P leave no smell, they dry recently returned from overseas, was up inside. (4) Made in cakes, no mixhere for a few days visit with his ing with other food. Cats or dogs brother, Mr. John Lawson and Mrs .wont touch it Three sizes, 25c, 50c, Lawson. last week. $1.00. Sold and gauranteed by E. A. Miss. Margaret Carter, who has JHardesty, Steprensport, Ky., Conrad been in VVaverly Hills Sanatorium. Payne & Co., Cloverport. and B. F. Louisville, was able to return to the Heard, Hardinsburg. home of her mother. Mrs. Fladge Carter, Sunday. Mrs. Charles Hambleton and daughter. Miss Lucile Hambleton, are spending this week in Cannelton, with Mrs. Hambleton's sister, Mrs. Fat Koi anl Mr. Rowland ("apt Fred Adams arrived in Louisville, Sunday on a furlough upon his return from overseas. Capt Adams will receive his discharge from Camp Merritt, N. J., when his furlough ends. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Bohler have for their guests this week Mrs. Boh-ler- 's brother. Rev. D. H. Reagan and his daughter, Mrs. James Reagan and children, Louise and Fern Reagan, of Cole City, Ind. Miss Eloisc Xolte, after being with Commercial her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Xolte for the summer, will go to Louisville, Sept. 1, to take up her music class and studies in the Louisville Conservatory of Music. Mr. and Mrs. Allen l'eirce and Annie Lucile and Allen children. Fierce. Jr.. motored in from Glen Dean, Sunday afternoon to see Mr. Pierce's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B Pierce. The many friends of Miss Bertie Cordrcy will be gratified to know that she is convalescing at the home of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. James Cordrey, after several weeks illness of malaria Mr. John C. Jaiboe had for her 14 guest- - Thursday, her cousins, Mrs. Swovciland. who was enroute to her home in Ohio, and accompanied this tar by her sister. Miss Lida Mae Marshall, of Skillman, Ky. Mrs. Steve Wilson and sons, James and Harold Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. and-so- ns Golan Allan! and Krmal Mattingly motored to St. Josephs in Daviess county, last Sun- Rat-Snay P Thursday. PLAID SUITINGS PLAIN and FANCY SILKS Come while the selection is good. Noltes Department Store Cloverport, Kentucky () There Is Something In The Want Column Of Interest To You Savings Accounts Accounts Trust Safety Deposit Boxes Accounts day. Billy ' g it helps to iribuiute ated with the toughest, most clastic asphalt compound. The MJCA is an btufttce is thiclc?y coated with insulator Used fv oven ?n:nq mica isinglass) put on ;,t M)0 of lieat ttiul roMcd in under UsckJ in Mica Kots heavy pressure. t Mrs. David Uriah B. 1'luips and Mis- - Nancy tpe.nl Thursday and Friday in Phelps and children, P helps, lrviug-- t A Friendly (Atmosphere There is nn air f f riendlifieta mr ci iporHtion lioro which makss i! plrsaul in tianssiet HiMiteial or liflucittiy business wii h I It stands three thousand degrees of peak Itisapotectionaguimt the most perfect nonlightning conductor of electricity il tainuMe used in eleclric light bulbs, No superior to mica as an insulator has ever been spark-proo- f; Mica Biattes the roofing discovered. Tough, durable, weather rcsittng fi n i s t Roofing will kee your building, Micu-Kot- e ings wanner, and give .Y"U '""H Service at astonishingly low coat. Made in three weights. Ask us about lliein. v re-tc-- Carey Building Materials Asbestos Bullt-UpRoufs Compound Fibre Coating for Roots Roll Roofing Roofing Paints Wallboaid bluatite Expansion Joint Asbestos Materials S5 Magnesia Pipe and Bailer Coverings Flberock Asbestos Felts Aaftaltslme Shinnies Insulating Paper Damp - Proofing Roofs Asphalt Built-U- p I' cites Asphalt Felts Asphalt I'ii, a Miss Viola Lewis at the home of Miss Kva t arrigan Mis. John K. Kincheloe and daughter, alias Nancy Kincheloe. of returned Monday afternoon after spending several days uith Mrs. Kmcheloe's uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. W Moorman. Andri-vSquires, of Garfield has; been the guest of his parents, Mr. Squires'. Mrs. Barney Mrs. and Squire- - has been very ill for several weeks, but is able to be out again. Mr and Mrs John Morris Gregory left Tuesday for Paducah for an extended visit with their daughter, Mrs. Ben Miller and Mr Miller and their sons. Len and Donald Gregory. Mrs. Fred herry and daughter. Miss Annie Murray Ferry, of Louisville, are guests of Mrs. A R. Fisher. They will be joined the last ol the veck Hy Mr. Ferry and spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferry. Hard-insbur. Ihifl in i !ufU(JSny. Mid oi pets i (Mil iiml indivUlitMl awrvioe in bftohiog atid trust uiHtti is; mkt up thh us in subject f npeoing ri'latii)iis ut this si rniiir, ssrvies riving institulion, v'hin X Lincoln Savings Hank & Trust Company Fourth and Market Louisbille, Kentucky Capital $500,000.00 OFFICERS J. BULL KIT, Pres. L ATHBBtON, Vic Pres. PAUL COMPTON, S.v relHiy V. V. IV Surplus $100,000.00 BKKNHKIM, Vice Pres. Tieasurer J. F. KISKNHKIS, Asst. Sic. P. HOI INK, J. R. S. HA PI Kit, Ast Ti ea- -. utrey rieaiuie temem auonug Cloverport Planing Milt Offlcs and Mill Lunibsr sad Building Malarial D.pot, Clsrpvt. Ky. Mi and Mrs J. D. Hambleton and granddaughters, Misses Marion and Ann Worsham, of Henderson, have 'been the guests of Mr. Hambleton's sister, Mrs. fabrics E. Lightfoot and Mr. Lightfoot. Mr. and Mrs. Leon McGavotrk and son, John McGavock, Billy Phelps, Mr and Mrs Zack Hardin, of Holt, DIRECTORS L. ATUKUTON HKKNAKI) BKKNUK1M J AS. M. LEWIS. Proprietor spent Sunday at the McGavock homestead near Cloverport with Mr. brothers, Marion and Gordon McGavock. Miss Lula M. Severs, who has been IP. J BULLKIT PKATT DALK J. HI MPUKKYS MILLKK & TULEV BKNSINGKH CLAfiOBfT J. C HKKO C. K W. HUME LOGAN (iLO (i. MONT. wood C. K CBADY ALKY IS spending the summer with her father, HSgh Blood Pot Prominent Indiana Farmer STEPHENSPORT Mr. and Mrs. E. A Hartlesty have a new player piano. Mrs R A. Smith spent last week in Louisville, the guest of relatives Miss Henrietta Shively was the guest of Miss Lucile Hardin, Holt, Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Belva J. French left Thtys day for Louisville, where she will pend a few days before going to Pressure agent in Cared of Rheumatism by taking Number 40 for the Blood Newhtirgh. "1 suffered satisfactory remedial Physicians arc employing a most effective and flCYOfNlft "The Waterway to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the Spring without any condensing or fortifying whatever. Indiana. April 17. 19t with rheumatism for several years and tried numerous (MM dies with little or no benefit. Number o For The Blood was recommended Chuago to me and I have used in alt six bottles and am entirely cured, and have had no symptoms of the disease for over two years" Frank Stacer. Number 40 encourages rapid elimination of morbid and unhealthy pro-ducts used in the treatment of chronic enlargements of glands, hi goitre, nodes, tumors, chronic enlargement of the spleen and liver. Encourages the flow of bile and corrects catarrhal conditions. Used with advantage in eczema and skin eruption of whatever character. Made by J. C. Mendenhall, F.vansville. Ind. 40 years a druggist. Sold at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. Mtss Marion Dix has gone to Glen Dran. where ht will spend the win ter v ith her sister. Miss Cecil Dix. who is teaching there. Dr. O. E Ferguson. Mrs Ferguson and little daughter, Virginia, were guests of relatives in Owensboro, 64 Dotes $1.00 Doae : Tablespoonful in Glaaa of Water Prescribed also by physicians for constipation, indigestion, rheumatic affections, hardening of the arteries and skin afMoney back fections. if not satisfied. Wednesday. W. ing. J Schopp has opened up his cloth- store again, with a nice line of On prescription by physician or at Free booklet on request. The Devonian Mineral Spring Co. (Incorporated) Owensboro, Ky your (Ironist's. PERMANENT DENTIST Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. Specializing In Trial Practice R. W. Robertson was in Louisville, last week Miss Mary Anna Morgan returned Friday from Tell City, having been the guesf of Mrs. Perry Kemp. Miss Retrice Robertson, of Skill-mais the guest of her aunt, Mrs. O. C. Shellman. Miss Henrietta Shively was the week-en- d guest of Miss Eva Hasham Miss Cinda Ramsey and brother, James, are guests of relatives- at Corners. Mrs. John G. McCoy was the guest last week of Mrs. M. A. McCubbins in shocetc. Miss Jean Glasscock, of St Lout visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. H Glasscock. Mr and Mrs. Wilton Priest and. mother, of Louisville, were here Saturday enroute. to Custer to visit Dr. and Mrs. J. W Meador. Mm Lida Horsley and daughter, Miss Goto, continue their visit with relatives in Louisville and Guston. Mrs Martha Macy visited her daughter. Mrs Clint Davis, at Har ned last week Misses Catherine, and Bessie B. Brnner. of Custer, returned to their home Monday after being the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Willis Frank. Mrs. Ethel Moorman and son. Sy, and Vick Pile, Jr., of Harned. were guests of Mr and Mrs. H. B. Moor man last week. Mrs. Lou Norton visited .Mrs. Mrs Thurs. Hall, Monday. Mrs. J. B. Whitworth and son, Paul, were in Louisville, last week. ia t Thelma and Wilma Whitworth The United States Railroad Announces Adminis-tratio- n 1 Louisville, Ky. September 6th to 13th, Inclusive Account TO Kentucky State Fair. Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Railroad For detailed information, apply to .local Ticket Agt. Try our "Cheap Column" when you have anything to sell Hardinsburg. The Hill Grocery is the place. MURRAY HAYES LAWYER Inter-Southe- Kargains for this week Building 1006 7 8 80c $1.0(1 bucket pure lard LOUISVILLE 65c 90c Ivoom More Than 20 Years Experience "0c 80c broom Mc apple butter 30c :15c peach butter 3"c 8c 10c Macaroni 12c Ifc Washington crisps Light House cleanser 4c DENTIST And other such bargains Drop in and see for yourself Located permanently in Hardinsburg. Ky. Occupying office recently vacated by G. Wethington, Cloverport, Dr. Walker. Dutschke, of Holt, was the guest of his son, H. A. Dutschke and Mrs. Dutschke. Mrs. Anna J. Dieckman, of Sample, is the guest of her daughters, Mesdames P. H. and J. B. Morgan. Dr. G. E. Shively and Mrs. Shively Julius Sunday are in Owensboro having painting Dr. J. C. OVERBY PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT To my Clients and Friends: Mr. D. C. Walls and I had an arrangement lender which he represented me in all matters during my fifteen months service here and in France. We have formed a permanent partnership under the firm name of MOORMAN I am compelled to go to & WALLS and will practice together hereafter. California in connection with my brother's estate and I will return in time to assist in preparing for the October term. Very Sincerely, Henry DeHaven Moorman. and repair work done on their houses. Sam H. Dix, Oscar Blaine and Mr. Nelson accompanied Dr. Shively in his car. James Tinius, of Gordon, Kansas, and son, Carl Tinius, of New Bethel, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tinius. Mrs. H. J. Rice, of Louisville, is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Hawkins. Lee Bishop, of Hardinsburg, and Mr. Payne, of Harned, are painting the iron bridge that spans Sinking Creek. Owen Shoemaker, of Grand Rapids, Mich., arrived Saturday to visit relatives. Miss Carrie Tucker, of Cloverport, guest of Mrs was the week-en- d Eliza Blaine. Mrs. James Hall, Owensboro, sold her house and lot here, (better known as the Murray Parr place) to Martin Give Me a Friendly Natural Hand' shake pie an' a friendly natural tobacco. Keep yo' put-o- n airs an' "sauced-up- " tobaccos for the fellow that likes nut sundaes better than home made So cayo And he just about hits the nail on the head. a friend of ours named Velvet Joe. FOR SALE Frank. O. C. Shellman has sold his home Shell-man RIVER BOTTOM FARM! acres on the beautiful Ohio,' mile long, opposite Ky., and known as the Brahear farm in Perry county, lnd. Is well drained, has abundant supply of never failing Improvements consisting of one house, water. bai n, garage, cribs, blacksmith shop all in good condition. Has Government light, pays $11 per month. No better land can be found. Will sell right. For particulars write 175 Ad-dUon, two-stor- to Charley Maysey, who will take possession in October. Mr. and family will locate in Kansas. Mr and Mrs. Logan Hickerson and grandson, of Sample, were guests, of Mrs. Eliza Bandy, Saturday. umphrey, of CloverMrs. Wm. port, was in town Saturday. Velvet is made for men who think there's no smoko like real tobacco. If you are that sort of man, listen: Velvet was born in old Kentucky, where more than one good thing comes from. It was raised as carefully as any other Kentucky thoroughbred But the real secret of Velvet's friendly qualities is its slow natural ageing in wooden hogsheads. Ageing in the wood never hurt anything and least of all, tobacco. And so we say, Velvet is good moro none. or less. tobacco-noth- ing RAYMOND Miss Linnie Frenchwald left last week for her home at Tell City, Ind., after spending several days here with Miss Mirian Compton. Several from here attended the Salem Baptist Association at Guston, last Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hendry, of Fordsville, visited friends and relatives here not long since. Jess Knott spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Mr. Knott is building a barn for Roscoe Hendry, Holt. The young folks of this neighborhood attended church at Paynesvil'e, last week. The ice cream supper at Proctor Knott's last Saturday night was well Mrs. Dora B. Miller, Hardinsburg, Ky., or C. E. Powell, Boonville, Ind. ffi It runs second to NOTICE I TO TAXPAYERS! The picture of the pipo on the tin needn't keep you from rolling a cigarette with Velvet jim-dan- dy 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 days. attended. , Mr. and Mrs. B. Bruner Spring, spent B. Noble, of Saturday eve W. C. PATE, Deputy Sheriff. GOOD FARM FOR SALE FOR SALK 245 acres of land Jyinjr 8 mile southeast of Cloverport, Kv., and one mile from the Bowling Green road, (iood dwelling and a new tenant houm ; 40 acres in grass, 40 acres in cultivation, 60 acres in woodland: the balance, 105 acres in pasture Six everlasting springs; one tobacco barn, one tobacco and stock barn combined; a new stock s Farm lavs well and Irani pattern A barfenced. gain. Call or write J. R. KKENAN, Mattingly, Ky. five-rootwo-third- and Sunday with Alex Rhodes and wife. School began here Monday with Ora Kelm, of Lodiburg, as teacjier. Mr. Lonnie Ater and sister, Miss Kithe Ater spent Saturday and Sunday at Amnions with their sister, Mrs. Sam Robbins. J. F. Basham was in Hardinsburg one day last week on business. Miss Bonnie Chism, of Louisville, spent last week with her sister, Mrs. H. H. Pollock. Miss Eva Basham visited her cousin, Miss Nannie Claycomb, of Brandenburg, last week and attended the Association at Guston. She was accompanied home by Mr. Garret Cur-reof Sirocco. Raymond Claycomb spent Saturday night with Andrane Cashman. Klihu Black came down from Louisville, in his car to spend a few days with his mother, Mrs. Alex Rhodes. 15c m vm rasa Eg Jl(fifcIjiasMMsMBBsWsBi Not 16 or 17 But 15 GARFIELD Mrs Dallas Bruner and two children have returned from a visit with relatives in Hardin county. Misses Lucy, Ruth and Ruby were guests Sunday of Miss- Mr. Vaughan, Farmer, Tells How He Lost All His Prise Seed Corn. "Sometime ago sent away for some pedigreed seed corn. Put it in a gun-nesack and hung it on a rope suspended from rof Rats got it all how beats me, but they did because I got 5 dead whoppers in the morning " Three sizes after trying RAT-SNA85c, 30c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by, E. A. Hardesty, Stephensport ; y P WOOD, STUBBS & COMPANY 7 CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK 110 and ii' rued dividend. Net earniiiKs for pust three years have averaged over four tlnieu dividend requirements un this stock. Net quick ussets eijuul $131 per shure on all Preferred Stock, and total net per siiure. ctiuui Preferred us to assets and dividends Annuul Sinking Fund payment of 10 of in t earnings will be used to purchase Preferred Stock at not over PR1CE lOO. Special Circular on Request. 2 1 0 S. Fifth Street, JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. --the friendly tobacco . a . LOUISVILLE, KY. Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport; F. Beard, Hardintburg. B AUGUST 27 1810 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE 7 DEMOCRATIC CON city of Louisville, at the time herein FOR SALE A ! VENTION AUG. 30 Held In Breckinridge County To Elect Delegates For State Convention. Be It Resolved, by the Democratic State Central and Executive Com mittee, in Joint Session, that, Wheftas, the Chairman of said committees has heretofore issued a call for these committees to meet and take such action at this time as if deemed wise and proper in the interest of the Democratic party, confronted as it is by the Fall i ampaign for State office. Therefore, Be It Further Resolved, that it is the expression of these committees that the action of 'the said chairman in calling said committees for the purpose indicated, is now after stated, for the purpose of adopting a platform upon which the Democratic party shall go to the people of the state in the fall campaign. 1919, for State offices, and such call shall conform the following requirements, to-w- it : Central's The purpose of this offer is to get every home in your community acquainted with our store and trie way we r do buslines. Kief J hundreds of pi'uplf In your (MM) have ihiukIii fawn u. .s h result of the sin infliction cur goods Iihvh (riven, ihry tmve loft their friends iintl our triide h;i s grown ct ii 1:1 yr-H. DANDY HOME -- Every thing new. Six room house, good cellar, good well, alto good cistern W ter in the home Dandy bsrn JOX3O, hetihouse 15x40; other outbuildings. Plenty of shade; 16 lots all together; is fine place for chickens and small dairy See me at once Don't let this slip by you. L. T. KIRTLEY Irving ton. Ky. First: A mass convention shall be held at two P. M. on the 30th. of August. 1919, in each county in Kentucky to select delegates to such platform convention, except where there are more than one Legislative District in any county, then there shall be a convention held in eah of said Legislative Districts, which platform convention shall be held in the city of Louisville, Ky., on the 4th. day "of September, 1919, same to be called to order at 12 o'clock noon, the place in said city to be selected by the chairman of these committees. Second: There shall be one delegate allowed from said counties and Legislative Districts for each fifty votes cast for the Democratic electors in the Presidential election of Beginning with the publication of this offer and continuing until the end of the Kentucky State Fair, the Central Furniture Co., Louisville's great Eleven-FloFurniture Store, offers the Beautiful set of Blue Bird Dishes shown and described. or Great State Fair Get Acquainted Offer 1916. ratified and confirmed. Third: The chairman of the DemBe It Further Resolved, by these committees, that the Chairman and ocratic Committees of the respective Districts Secretary then be issued a call for a counties and Legislative TRY A WANT AD TODAY select the place of the holding delegate convention to be held in the If you attend the State of such countv and district convenFair this year, come in and tions, preference to be given to the see our great home furnish- cinr. houses in the respective oot'M lag store We'll he rliul to lime Such chiarman shall notify the ties you; to show you njrtMag in vo"tcrs of the time and place through the newspapers when possible, w!iete which ymi nre interested ntid our there are no newspapers, then by svveiny elnpinyes will do every-thiiis- ; posted notices. pomihle for jour conveDemocratics of Breckinridge Fail to Read in nience or comfort. County, called to meet at the Court House on 30th.. day of Those who do not expect Farm Lands! August 1919. at I o'clock. P. M. to visit the Fair can use the Pursuant to the above resolutions, convenient coupon to order the Democrats of Breckinridge are and shipment will he made (1) This farm contains 333 acres, is located in Perry County, promptly. hereby called to meet at the court Any parts htoken in Ind., 5 miles above Cannelton, ml and fronts the Ohio river. It is shipment will he replaced free. house, in Hardinsburg. on Saturday, creek bottom, mostly fine, river-botto75 acres over-floland; about August 30th., 1919, for the purpose of about 75 acres strongly rolling land, 40 acres rough blue grass pasture land, and the remainder river bottom. All this farm is in clover and selecting delegates to attend the State grass with exception of the creek bottoms and 15 acres of the river Convention, which will be held in Central Furniture Co., front. About 10 or )." acres of the pasture land is in woods. Practi48-Pie- ce Louisville, Ky., on the 4th., day of Louisville, Ky. cally half of the farm is fenced with good fences. The improvements September, 1919. and to transact Gentlemen : The Mine Bird Is symbolic of happiness and cood-luck- . consists of an exceptionally nice two-stor- y frame residence which is And It other important business which may is combined in the decoration of these dishes n very attractive situated fronting the Ohio river on a good rock road. It is built on Inclosed find $ come before said county convention. ua.v. Iv.ery woman who sees It wants, a set and every man is proud (ChecK, rising ground and affords a magnificient view of the river. It has a Postoffice order, D. C. Walls, Chairman of Demoof them, toot Money order or Express good shady yard, with a five acre grass lot between the house and the d money order) for which cratic County Committee. rock road. The house has a solid rock foundation, and a solid The identical set Is pictured above, It consists of 48 pieces as ship me one of your 48 Dud McGary, Secretary. cellar with brick floor. It could not be built today for $5,000.00. follows: Piece Sets of Blue Bird There is also a large stock barn, cow barn, large crib, and other 6 Dinner Plates 6 Teacups Dishes as described in your small buildings about the barn lot. It has two good tenant houses. MEMORIAL 6 Pie Pates 6 Saucers ad. It is understood that There are two springs one located above the residence on a high, 6 Butter Servers 6 Soup Plates In loving memory of our daughter, any pieces broken in shippoint, making it possible to have waterworks over the entire 1 Salad Dish 6 Fruit Dishes Pauline, who fell asleep July 15. 1919. ment re to be replaceJ house and barn. The fruit is sufficient for family use. The location 1 Sugar Bowl, 1 Deep Vegetable with cover Dish She is gone but not forgotten, free. Broken ones to be reof the farm is an ideal one; a fine rock road runs by it from Cannel1 Meat 1 Cream Pitcher Patter to you. is not dead but sleeping in She turned ton to Tobinsport, and another rock road leads back through it. All If you need dishes order this attractive, serviceJesus. the land is very productive with the exception of the 40 acres pasture able set today. It is not only nn unusually land. The farm may be had for $25,000.00; one-hacash, balance in How we miss her bright face pattern, hut at our get acquainted price It five annual payments, with interest at 6 per cent. Address And her sweet smiles. Is a bargain not he found unywhere. For cash or A voice is stilled. is 'lYi miles from Hardinsburg, Ky.; all (2) Contains 190 acres, our monthly payments the price Is the same. Shipping Point. A vacant place in our i'onie 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 Can never be filled. If you wish to pay cash send $6.98, check, postoffice order or Express order. wholly under good fence with lots of cross fencing. Has good six If you choose, the Friends may think the wound is monthly payment plan send $1.98, check, postoffice or Express order. The dishes will be shipped at once room residence with a hall and front and back porch. There are all healed. necessary outbuildings, and a good well and cistern are located near then you pay $1.00 each month for five months. Order today. Use the coupon. Orders are filled as received. But little do they know the sorrow, Don't delay. You will be mighty well pleased with our get acquainted set of dishes. the residence. There is also a good four room tenant house. It has That lies within our hearts cona good stock barn and splendid tobacco barn. The fruit is ample for cealed. family use. There is in cultivation this year 5o acres of corn, 25 acres . Sac'ly missed by her mother and all. in wheat, 8 in timothy for meadow, 72 in pasture, and the 15 acres of Mrs. Isabelle Anthony, Kirk. Ky. slightly rough land is also in woods. This farm is located in a splendid neighborhood of prosperous farmers on one of the principal counCRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS ty roads. Price $13,000.00; $5,000.00 cash, balance in 3 annual paySOLD TO A CORPORATION. Sues To Set Aside IMPORTANT! Don't These Propositions m w Blue Bird Set of Dishes 1 rock-walle- good-lookii- lf $6 .98 . ments. The (3) Contains 180 acres, is 4 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; ments. mile from city limits of Cloverport, (4) Contains 104 acres, Ky., about 50 acres in timber, worth about $5o0; 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 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 cash, balance in 3 a good spring on the farm. Price $1,500; payments. (6) Contains 108 acres in Hancock Co., Ky., mile from Pates-vill- e on the Hardinsburg and Owensboro road; has 30 acres level 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 2 mile from school and church and councash, balance in 3 annual payments. try store. Price $3,000; 32 acres in Tobins Bottom, Ind., has 28 acres fine (8) Contains 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 13) acres, 2 mites 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.' Has 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 cash, balance in 3 payments. For further information in regard to above farms, phone or address . one-half 3-- Will Of Mrs. S. Parker. Suit to set aside the probate of the will of Sarah E. L Parker, who died March 4, 1918, was filed in Circuit Court Thursday by Mrs. Louisiana M. Perkins, niece of the deceased, who alleged that the paper probated is not her last and true will and 4 . one-ha- lf one-ha- lf 2 two-thir- testament. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company, executor of the will, and Mrs. T. J. Minary, Mrs. Robert Lewis J. Perkins. thflMethodist Episcopal church, South, Lewisport. Ky., and other beneficiaries under the will are made parties to the suit. The Louisville Trust Company, executor of the will of Gen. Bennett H. Young, also is made a party to the suit, as a bequest of $1,000 was left to Gen Young for the Jefferson Davis Vau-ghan. Park. -- . 3-- one-ha- lf . The petitioner received of the personal estate, the amount not made known, the testatrix saying that the niece had been amply provided for' by having received five times as much from the estates of the father, mother and brother of the testatrix as she herself received. The value of the estate is $100,000. one-fift- h Courier-Journal. Stanford, Ky. Crab Orchard Springs Hotel, one of the oldest hostel-rie- s in the South, changed hands Aug. 14. A corporation composed of Joe S. Haselden, Lancaster; G. B. Reynolds, Stanford, Ky. ; Lee Dekle and J. G. Mackey, of Tampa, Fla. ; I. M. Ficke-soof Pittsburg: and H. G. Skiles, Crab Orchard, purchased the controlling interest from Mrs. J. B. Wilis and T. C. Willis, of Nicholas-ville- . The purchase price was $75,000. The company will be incorporated at once with a capital stock of $150,000. Possession will be given October 1. Fifty to se;enty-fiv- e rooms will be added. The lake will be enlarged row boats and canoes will be obtained and road leading from the hotel to the lake will be concreted. The purchase includes eighty-liv- e acres of land, with the Crab Orchard Springs, the Grove and Field Springs and Chalybeate and Magnesia Springs. n, 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. What We Keep Corn, Hay, Oats, Bran, Dairy Feed, Cotton Seed Meal, Chicken Feed and a Full Line of Groceries. Prices Right and Prompt Service. WILBUR PILE Harned, Ky. SERVICE' Card Of Thanks. We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness through the illness and death of our dear daughter, Pauline. Also for the beautiful floral tributes. The Anthony Family. "TO LIVE IS TO GROW." Our steady and progressive growth is due, in a great measure, to the new business recommended by old customers, for which we are grateful. Our officers are always glad to further the interests of our growing list of depositors and welcome each opportunity to render additional service. SUCH LUSCIOUS PEACHES. Give every field something to fccd Mr. J. K. Drinkwater, faithful to on. Turn under a green crop an' see his promise of eary last Spring, on how a de l. I'll get fat. Saturday last treated the members of The Breckenridge News office to some of the largest and most lusc-ou- s peaches in his orchard on the Locust Hill Farm, Tobinsport. The peaches were very rare in quality and o do mice, once they eat RAT SNAP. And beyond words in their deliciousness they leave no odor behind. Don't take our of taste. word tor it try a package. Cata and dog Mr. Drinkwater says the peaches won't touch it. Kats pass up all food to set RAT SNAP. Three sizes. this year are a failure to a very great Mc. sise (1 cake) enough tor Pantry Kitextent, and he says if people want tfl chen or Cellar. Mc. sue (S cakaa) for chicken House, get the best ones of the crop, they coops, or small buildings. SI 00 sise (I cakes) rnuugli (or all farm had better take the first ones as they and out buildings, storage buildings, or facare the best. From years of experitory buildings. ence as a nurseryman, Mr. DrinkSold and ( .u.i antecd by E. A. Strphensport ; Conrad Payne A Co , Clover- water well known the condition of port and B F. Beard, Hardinsburg fruit crops. . PATS DIE FIRST STATE BANK Irving ton, Ky. a one-ha- lf PROGRESS st J. D. SEATON, REAL ESTATE DEALER, CLOVERPORT, KY. Cumberland Phone tt-- J When In need of a lla.-deat- , MONUfVIENT or marker, write or call J. P. Keith, Elizabethtown, Ky. Will be in Cloverport two days each month. Write for appointment. Am in position to save you money on anything in this line that you might need. WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS BRECKINRIDGEBANK OF CLOVERPORT SECURITY EDWARD BOWNE, President SERVICE CONTENTMENT PAUL LEWIS. Cahir PACE 8 THE BREC KEN RIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY AUGUST 27, 1919 GOLDEN DRY GOODS 4 )4.u0 flesh QQ RULE 69c 15c STORE GROCERIES Good B. C. H. S. OPENS INTERESTING PERSON AL MENTION. (Continued Prom Page S) e AM. of I.ouisville. was here Tuesday the guest of his son. Mr. Sam Alii Mr and Mrs Robert Pierce and two daughters, Anna Duncan and Jeanette Pierce arrived Saturday from Cleveland, O, to spend several days of this week with Mr. Pierce's ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Pierce at "Rose Hill ". '. Mr A F, Tate ; d niece. Minnie Lee Tate, Holt, attended the re(r,,lar annual Sunday meeting at Stinnetts school house last Sunday, Dinner was served on the grounds tuj , : , f 0pr en the b.mntif il good things to eat. n,.nran an(i 0a an . M daughters. Kunicc and Grace Duncan. whf) been vjsjtjnjf jn HaHin the Grove ,nd were hefe guests of Mr. Duncan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Duncan enroute to their home in Kuttawa. Mrs. K t" McDonald and daughter, Miss Kdith I'lank McDonald, who have been spending the summer in Hickory, X. C, with Mrs. McDonald's la.ther' Ml! H D. Plank and sister, Miss Edith P lank, have returned to their home in Pittsburg, Kans Miss Ann Hambleton, after spending part of her vacation with her sis- ter. Mrs. Charles E. Lightfoot and Mr Lightfoot, left Monday evening for Merryville. La, where she will teach domestic science this winter, Miss Sarah Bullock, of Louisville is the gue'st of Misses Alice Ben and Katherine Mattingly at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mat- singly. And Master Louis Bullock is the guest of Master James Franklin Ridgeway, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ridgeway. ,no D Babhagei Sr .. with his daughter. Mrs. William G. Polk and son wiMiam G Polki )r of Cincin- nati arrived here Sundav eveninir from Boston Master William Polk, Jr., with his mother will visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage, before returning to their home in Cincinnati. I Some of Our Weekly Specials. tVeorgette or Crepe dt Chine Waists pink, French blue, maize, in white or sa mon rolriri, beautifully embroidered. CI RA Just receiveil a full line of ladiea' Voieand Or gandv Vait for Fall wear; handsomely trimmed: solid white and white with colored trimmings a full line CI An JU!it arrived fiber Silk Jl.UU of ladies' Ilose in black, white, brown and grey: sp'endid values CI .Zj stripe Madras qua'ity 91 Men's K00l Shirts: rallara attached; sizes l.s to TUESDAY, SEPT. 2 (Continued Prom Page 1) Motor Trucks for Sale We have a 'U ton drive truck which we bought s domtinHt.rstor; it is suitable for road cdutnu torn, sand and' sh gravel htulinp, loffffinar, lumber business, tobacco hauling-- nr sny work where heavy hauling snd bad rondn prevail. We will sell In- - new truck st leH than factory coHt, as we are giving up the agency. Address, four-whee, i qu lity broom; regular 85c value four-aewe- rl LfK Olive Soap; always sells at per bar. a can of Beech JI.JU grade mFor 'tit and Beans: splendid We carry a Complete line of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco Also Staple and Fancy Groceries Highest prices paid for Bring us your Butter and gap. l'ro-dnc- , Rule GoldenCloverport, DR. AMIni VIIIVV Ky. tirre rtr the related Science and do six months project work The project work is some productive work which a pupil will do under the direction of the teacher of agriculture, which means that a pupil may earn while Parents must agree to as- sist the pupil and teacher h carrying out the project work. This year the agricultural course will be open to any person over 14 year old even if he has not finished the common school branches and he does not have to take any other High School subjects. This means that any person in the county who really wants to . farm scientifically can come to ... . scnooi ami pursue mis orancn w.in- out being qualifier! to enter the Htgh School in the usual way If he does a high grade of work he will be given credit for it then later he may take a full course and COLUMBIA MOTOR TRUCK CO. Incorporated I 119 S. Seventh St. Louisville, Ky. HUGHES' CHILL TONIC PALATABLE Battar Than Calamal and Qulnins. (Contains no Arsenic.) Tha Old Rallabla. Tud, Excellent General Tonic as for Chills and Fevar. Malarial Fevers, Swamp Fevers and Bilious Favors. Just what you nood at this saaaon. MILD LAXATIVE, NERVOUS SEDATIVE, SPLENDI0 TONIC. As wall W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... graduate. Persons out of school age may do this work free of tution. TUp snhiprts t.niL'ht will lip Kami Crops, Agricultural Botany Horticul- mm. i TRY IT Don't Take Any Substitute. BOBINSON-PETTET 50c and $1 00 Bottles Zoology, Dairying, ui.. ' ' i .. ".i 'i i . i or Poultry. .'ii... .. -c Prepared by iNccm. or a rt o CO.. Loulevlllo. Ky. Returns From Oklahoma. Mr. Hilary Hardin, who has been Walters. Okla., for several weeks running a threshing machine during the wheat harvest, returned home last week. Mr. Hardin said on account of the rains in that section the har- vesting wa snot finished. During his absence, Mr. Hardin's garage was left in charge of his son, Julius Hardin and Mr. Chas Jackson. in DENTIST Uimrc I GOOD FARM FOR SALE 9 m. to U. p. m. toJS p. m. 12 Always In office during office hours IriiRgtOI, Ky. ENOS SPENCER. fW CHAS. C. HAKmS.VircPrc R. H. UNDSEY. See ,. SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF i TIRE TAPE USEFUL. Tire tape is to the automobilist what a bandage is to a Red Cross nurse and a man who drives a car would as soon think of leaving it out oi nis tool nox as a Ked cross nurse would think of leaving a bandage out INSTITUTION OP LEARNING A RCGULARLV INCORPORATED kit. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY of her first-ai321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of PoatofBce The United States Tire Company-adviseall its patrons to include a Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Students secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. roll of its tape in their equipment. HILL ITEMS Its uses are innumerable. It is most frequently used to reinforce bad spots ' s caused by and punctures. ' Saturday evening the anniversary-I- t is also valuable for winding f the birthday of Mr. Harry Hamble- leaky electric wires or making ton was observed at his home on the temporary repairs to broken rods or Hill His mother, Mrs Adele Hambleton and other members of his rattling parts. family were present and enjoyed a you Take For 200 years OOT.P MTCPAT. Hstrtam sules are the remedy day. need. healing 6 o'clock dinner and spent a most, AT-S- N The Oil hns enabled sufTerlntf humanity to throe or four every enjoyable evening. and lining of withstand lutacka of kidney, liwr. oil goal: a Into the ootlaout the poisuns. trouMea and all the Ui.ineyj and driven bladder anil stomach Miss Selma Sipple has returned with tlie urinary New lira and health will surely follow. disease connevi. KILLS RATS from Murray, Ky., where she made a organs and io bu.id up and restore to When your nortnal vli;or has been con t to u a treatment for a whilo health organs weakened by dlftca.se. Atan mice. Absolutely prevents olors from lengthy visit to her sister, Mrs. Rob- Theae moat Important organs mu.-- ba to keep yourself in condition and pre-v- i One package proves this RATert S. Padgett and. Mr. Padgett. purify of the disease. tit a watched, because they Miter and . sNAI comes in cakes no mixing with other ion i wa't until you are Incapable of food. Guaranteed. thai blood; unleM they do their work Mr. Jess Isom is improving alter you are 'loomed Start ti In OOI..D MKDALi Itatitinfr. 5c. size (1 cake) enough for Pantry,-Kitbeing confined at his home for some druit-:.WearitieA. alaapteaMasa, nervousnes.,, Haarlem Oi! Capitlioa today. Your money chen or Cellar. r FOR SALE 119 acres land two miles Southwest' of f mile from Tucker's school-housStephensport, two miles from Hardinsburg pike; 80 acres level and rolling, can une tractor or mowinsr machine. 19 acres good beeeh ti tuner, 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, m THOS. OLDHAM, Stephensport, Ky. Commercial School d s NEW OFFERING! $3,000,000 I. C. PENNY COMPANY 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock Company operates the largest chain of department stores of its kind In states. the world, maintaining 11)7 stores, extending Into twenty-fiv- e 98 AND ACCRUED DIVIDEND TO YIELD PRICE Special Circular On Request. blow-out- 7B. R 50c. AP 210 8. FIFTH JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. STREET LOUISVILLE - . -t III choerfully refund your despondeney. baikat'lie, stomach tremble, pains in the lnlns and lower ab- il' you are not satisfied with result. sure tr- rret the original Import(rrave!. Jlfflnulty when urtnat-In- But domen, rheumatism, aci.itlaa and lumbago ed GOL.1) IIKIAL and accept no subkidstitutes. In three sizes. Sealed pack-a- u all warn you if troiiblo Wltti your x At all drug stores. neys goLd mp:iai. Haarlam oil Cap s, CiVVS If you want to buy or sell anything try our cheap column. W n T?Pftr1rBSlir"! a f7reLSlaaaeelBSSeSlSlB Mr and Mrs. Win. Pumphrey. by F. A Hardesty. Forence Lewis, of Owens- Stepheiisport ; Conrad Payne & Co., Clover- boro armed Saturday evening to see port; ami B. F. Beard, Hardinsburg. her sister, Mrs. W. A. Dorst and Mr. Dorst. Mr. Jess Isotn's horse got out of ' the pasture Saturday night or early l .... ...... i,.. ' ii Ulliuiaj iiiui limg .iiiii .. i...., iuuuu ill. had been on the railroad trestle and fell off Was very much bruised but not seriously hurt. He was supposed to have fallen several feet. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Blain came Sunday evenisg from Stephensport, to visit her sister, Mrs. Nat Tucker They are enroute to their home in Illinois. Miss Carrie Tucker was in Stephensport, last week visiting her sister, Mrs Hawkins and Mr. Hawkins. Miss Annett and Miss Elizabeth McClanahan and brother, James returned to their home in St. Louis, Monday night on the late train, after a delightful visit of five weeks visiting relatives in Cloverport. fcf Miss Annie Allen is the guest of her sister. Mrs. John Blythe and Mr. Blythe on the Pike. tory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed i i size (8 cakes) for Chicken House, or small buildings. Mrs. J i in Dejarnett was in $1.00 size (5 cakes) enoigh for all farm i la!,t Wetk t0 See her Pareilts. and out buildings, storage buildings, or fac- - tmle-coops- Cloverport City Property Holt FOR SALE house with hall, on Second and Murray streets; has nice shady yard; house in good condition. 2. Splendid seven-roohouse adjoining the preceding one on Second stieet; also in good condition with nice shadv yard. 8 - Excellent residence io good condition on Third Cross street, below Main. 4. Nice residence within one square of Ice Plant on road leading to shops. 5. Four-roccottage just across from Schoolhouse on the Hill. 6. house, with three acres of ground and small or chard, within one square of Schoolhouse od Hill. 7. Six room house with three lots located near citv limits on the Hill. 8. Four-roohouse with three lots on Fourth street, just across from Schoolhouse. Further particulars in regard to description and prices will be furnished upon request. 1. Good five-roo- two-stor- y two-stor- Six-roo- m J. D. SEATON Real Estate Dealer Cumb. Phone 29 J. Cimei in a packages of 20 cigarette or ten packaga(200 cigarettes) glaine-paper-covered sciejfiicy wealed mrm sold feasily the are in a class by themselves the most likable cigarette you Simply compare ever smoked. You can prove that Camels puff-b-y puff with any cigarette in the world at Put quality, flavor and cigarette satisany price faction to the utmost test CAMELS ! ! -- ! Milk Stations Increase. Three hundred' and sixty men are testing cream and milk in all portions of Kentucky under licenses from the Experiment Station at Lexington. These testers at skimming and receiving stations allow the small farmer who keeps a few cows an opportunity to market the surplus butter fat in his cream on a ash basis. This enormous number of testers shows that Kentucky is rapidly increasing her output of diary CLOVERPORT, KY. FORD AGENCY THE CAR UNIVERSAL aa SALES AND SERVICE STATION ii. mvry-whmrti- n carton mend home or office eupply or whan you travel R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-Solem- this carton for the We strongly recom- , N. C. Made to meet your taste, Camels never tire it, no matter how The expert blend of choice Turkish liberally you smoke them and choice Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so Every yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-milyou get new and keener enjoyment ! time you light one Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they ars enjoyable. In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll profer Camel Quality 1 ! full-bodie- d, d. products. O You Of Little Faith? cork legs do not owe The their name to their composition, but to the fact that their inventor was a Dr. Cork. Odd items from Everywhere in Boston Globe All right, but don't tell us Dr. Wood invented wooden legs for we shan't believe it. Portland Press. "Rat-Sna- p i.. Primrose Cream Separators International Harvester Company Supplies Everything in Building Material Building, Hardware, Auto and Bicycle Supplies Paint, Varnishes and Interior Finishes Cement, Laths, Lime, Plaster, Sand Lubrecating'Oils, Pumps, Electrical Supplied etc. You will appreciate having our !. M. ii. nmnnrnm Beats the Beat Trap Ever Made," MVs. Emily Shaw Says "My husband bought $m trap. I bought a 50c box of RAT-SNAThe trap only caught 3 rats but RAT-SNA- P killed IS in a week. I'm never without RAT-SNAReckon 1 could not rails chicks without it." RAT-SNA- P comet in cakes. Three siscs, 23c, 0c, $1 00. Sold and guaranteed by E. A. Hardesty, Stephensport; Conrad Payne ft Co., Cloverport, B. F. Ucard, Hardinsburg. P Complete stock to select from and our experience to guide you. XlARlON WEATHERHOLT OSNBRAL CONTRACTOR Cloverport, Kentucky.