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XLIV SEPTEMBER 3.1919 Pages No. 10 GENERAL REPORT OF BAPTIST ASSTS RETURN FROM A TRIP IN ILLINOIS Mr M. L Conkwright, Mr. E. E. Duncan and his bright young son, Ray Duncan, all of Kingswood. motored to Cloverport, Wednesday for a business and pleasure trip combin- AMERICAN LEGION OF KENTUCKY WILL ATTEND BANKERS CONVENTION Mr Paul Lewis, Breckinridge-Bank CONVENTION son have only time from an Illinois visiting; their relatives. They were guests The attendance at the seventeenth of Wm. Ira Duncan, of Normal, III., annual session of the Breckinridge for a few days while on their enjoyCounty Baptist Association held this able outing. year in the Walnut Grove church, Lodihurg, last Wednesday and Thursday was splendid on both days. The delegates and visitors thoroughly enjoyed the social hours during the meeting, which came at noon and the good basket dinners were spread under the beautiful Walnut Grove. Held At Walnut Grove Church ed. Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. Duncan and his been at home a short Rev. English Moderator. extensive trip through FINE OPENING OF PUBLIC SCHOOL Parent-Teachers Many Patrons Present Day. d. First As- Mrs. J. D. Shaw Resigns. On Wednesday the Woman's Missionary Union held its annual session in connection with the Association. The attendance of the women was good too, and they held a very profitable meeting. Mrs. J. D. Shaw, of Louisville, formerly of Hardinsburg. and who has been president of the W. M. II. for several years resigned her place and Mrs. E. B. English was elected to succeed her. The other officers elected were Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan. Irvington, Mrs. Frank sociation To Be Re-organ- iz- Monday, Labor Day, marked the openingSpf the 1919-2term of the CloverporV Public School and there were ntanyVatrons and friends of 0 the school Ferry. Cloverport, reelected secretary and treasurer. Those who attended the meeting from this city were: Mesdames Frank Perry. A. M. Miller, A. B. Skillman, Chas Hamman, Larkin Gibson, Amos Board, Joe Fitch, and Mrs. C. E. Lightfoot. Report of Association. The first session of tke Association was devoted to .calling the roll of the messengers and electing officers for the ensuing year. Rev. J. R. Black led the devotional exercises of the morning meeting. The following messengers responded to the roll call: Bewleyville, Geo. Compton and Richard Carman; Black '.Lick. J. M. Craigg; Clover Creek, Bud Hendrick; Cloverport. Lee Wbod. J M. Fitch, and Rev A N: Corinth, Couch; Gabe Wright; Friendship, John Weatherford and G. W. Payne; English, B. V. Lewis, W. H McHallan and W. H. Garfield, M. P. Compton, Bob Pool and Geo. Snider; Goshen, Mrs. Kate Jones: Hardinsburg, Byror Rob-bins; beginning an auspicious one by their presence in the school chapel with the pupils and teachers who gathered there for the opening exercises. Superintendent Galloway addressed the patrons teachers and pupil with a few remarks apropos to the occasion, and likewise did Mr. D. B. Phelps, chairman of the Board of, Trustees. A short devotional service was led by Rer B. F. Adkisaon, of Owens- boro. Miss Elizabeth Skillman was there and met with some of the patrons in view of the Parent-Teacher- s wo helped to make the association. The teachers were all present and after the chapel exercises the pupils were enrolled in their respective grades. ASSIGNED TO SELESIA. Brother of Mrs. A Adkins, of lTJrmgtctn''Wffl See Active Duty On Other Side. 1, Irvington. Sept. (Special) Mrs. A. T. Adkins has received word from L. D. Fox. C. W. Moor- Arthur Driskell, Rev. E. B. English and Ed Finley; Hites Run, J. H. Blythe. J S. G. Smart and Mr. Chapin; Irvington, J. L. Gray. J. B. Herndon, W. R. Bowman and lbert Marshall Macedonia. Henry Cary, a month. Henry Croy and Mr. Basham; New - Mr. Furrow will visit Mrs. Adkins Bethel, D. S. Miller and Taylor Bas- for a few days before he leaves for ham; Stephensport, H. S. English. Camp Meade for embarkation. Geo. Barkley. Noah Gibson and A. A. Claycomb; Walnut Grove. M. SimNOTICE mons, J. H. Avitt. John Keys. Hev.itt All communications or news (Continued on Page 7) items of any kind addressed to Mr. Alf Taylor At Mud Springs The Breckenridge News for pub- lication must be signed by the Mr. Alfred Taylor, who was taken writer or else they will not be Mud Springs, lml last week for to published. Signed treatment and accompanied by Mrs. John D. Babbage, Editor. Taylor, is reported to be improving tinder the treatment there. man, her brother, Wade Furrow, who belongs to the 5th Regular Infantry, now stationed at Camp Zachary Taylor, that he has been assigned to active duty in Selesia. His infantry will go direct to Coblenz, Germany, to be outfitted and equipped before going across Germany to Selesia. They expect to remain at Coblenz ., .., cashier of The of Cloverport, and Mrs. Lewis and Miss Ray Lewis Tuesday, September MM, has been designated as American Legion Heyser, assistant cashier of the Bank, Of The Breckinridge Day at the Kentucky State Fair. Full support of veterans to the Fair County will leave Tuesday for Louisville is urged. The American Legion will have a booth at the fair and will Democratic Convention where they will attend the State accept memberships for all local posts in the State throughout Fair Hankers Convention, and be at the Week, beginning September 8th. Held Saturday. Seelbach Hotel. The convention meets September 2. The attention of all members is directerLtoThe action of Jefferson :i, and 4, and on Thursday evening 44 DELEGATES ELECTPost, of Louisville, in demanding the reufoval of Prussian eagles from the delegates will be entertained at the wall decorations in the Rathskellerof the Seelbach Hotel in LouisJ ED TO CONVENTION. McCauley's Theatre to seen Al G. ville. The fact that an American sheild. which had beer painted over wl Field's Ministeral. the Hun designs during the war, when such action was compulsory, M At a convention of the Democrats was removed a day or so following the peace treaty, led the Jefferson of Breckinridge County, cKntucky, Post to take action. The demand of the post was promptly acrrtiicsced duly called and held in Hardinsburg. to by Mr. Otto Seelbach, who explained that no lack of patriotism was in the Court House. OH August 10th 1919, for the purpose of selecting meant by the management The space formerly occupied by the eagles delegates to the Democratic is now void. State Convention to be held in the city of Attention also is directed to the action of Jefferson Post and of Louisville, on Thursday, the 4th day Miss Josie Raitt Retires From of September, 191!i, the following the State Executive Committee in demanding that Victor Berger not be seated in Congress. It is held that a man of Merger's stamp, conBell Telephone Service After transpired, Viz: victed for disloyalty during the war, should not be allowed to sit in The Convention was called to order 20 Years Work. at 1:11 o'clock, P. M.. by D C. Valls. Congress. Jefferson Post has wired Kentucky Congressmen to fight Chairman of the Breckinridge County Berger's seating and most of them have assured the organization of During the whole of twenty years' Democratic Executive Committee. their intention to comply. The National Organization, by resolution, By request of the Chairman, the time, Miss Josie Raitt. local telephone has given its support to Jefferson Post. County, operator for the Cumberland Tele-- j Secretary of Breckinridge phone Company, has the remarkable John O'Reilly. Jr., having died, J. record of only being off two days Whiworth read the call of the State oqtside of the time lost from sickness Authorities for the County Convention, and call of the County Chairand vacations. CORN. CLOVER AND STOCK CLUB On August 90, 1919. Miss Raitt re- man for said County Convention. Moorman Ditto was then elected ceived her life pension from the telephone company for her twenty years Chairman to preside over said conFAIR IN IRVINGTON SEPT. AND service, and according to the rules of vention and J. D. Babbage was unthe company she was also retired animously elected Secretary of said Convention. The Chairman then apfrom service on that day. "Miss Josie," as she is popularly pointed the following Committee on Meade Will Join in a known by the people of her home Resolutions and Delegates, Viz: On Resolutions. town, has been truly faithful in anJ. Whitworth. Jesse H. Miller. R. swering her countless calls with Community J. Worland is "number". She has stood the test of D. St Clair. C. V. Robertson, Frank twenty years service in dealing with DeHaven, C. G. Brahandt, and the List of Offered. public with remarkable patience and said Committee retired and reported fortitude, and in a position where the as follows: BE IT RESOLVED BY THE public shows so little consideration DEMOCRACY BRECKINOF An event that Breckinridge and Meade countians are looking forward and thought for the one who is servRIDGE COUNTY, IN CONVENto this year with the keenest anticipation is the fair and exhibition of ing them. Miss Raitt has not only been val- TION ASSEMBLED: the Corn, Clover and Stock Club which will be held in Irvington, Friday GALLEY NO 14 uable to the Company as an operaand Saturday, Sept, M, and 27. 1. That we believe in an honest, tor, but she has also assisted the locefficient and economical administraThe Corn, Clover and Stock Club Fairs are fast taking the place of the al managers with the g tion of county fairs in Breckinridge county, and because of the war, the fairs were before this offiice was placed in the whether ofthe governmental affairs, national, state, county, or abandoned for two years, so the one this year promises to be bigger and Louisville district. Miss Raitt will municipal governments. 2. That we unreservedly endorse better than ever because of its including exhibitions from the two counties. spend some time at home with her the unparailed and unquestionable sister. Miss Annie Raitt before Meade and Breckinridge.' into any other work. achievements of the Administration Naturally, the exhibits will be more numerous and on a much larger Miss Ella Smith has been promot- of our great President. Woodrow scale than before; more prizes and better ones are being offered, and the ed to Miss Raitt's place in the local Wilson, which has so faithfully fulfilled the attendance on both days will no doubt be larger. exchange and her services as an op- four yearspromises made by our party ago by the enactment of Mr. J. Worland Carter, secretary of the Corn, Clover and Stock Club erator are invaluable. many needed laws, which protect the and who is the originator of these community fairs, is expecting great great common people against special things from the fair this year. Mr. Carter is interested chiefly in the pro- Only Missed One Copy in 25 Years. privileges usurped and controlled by desinging interests, and which has gress and development of his community, hence his marked success in his Mr. Amos Whitworth, of Stepn-enspor- t. patriotically and successfully met each, undertaking, and his never ceasing energy and work which is required in every was in Cloverport, Saturday and foreign serious question arising in getting up these community fairs. affairs in the late war to our on business. Mr. Whitworth was in is one of the biggest boosters in Breckinridge county for The Breckenridge News office prbmpt- - a successful close, and we condemn Mr. Carter the attempt by the republican party more of the community spirit and for better farming. He is one of the ly renewing his subscription. He says for political purposes to thwart the promoters of the Corn, Clover and Stock Club organized mainly to keep he has been a subscriber for twenty- - will of the American people by prethe farmer's boys interested in farming and on the farm. The Club has five years and only missed one copy venting the ratification of the Treaty together with the league of nations grown and so have its fairs, and the credit that Mr. Carter enjoys most is and that was the week of the big and thereby causing unsettled condiconflagration in Cloverport and the tions in all the pleasure that he himself derives from seeing his ideas and plans meet branches of Industry News office was burned down. with such success for the developement of his community. 3. That we unreservedly believe Mr. Whitworth is one of the pro that our great President, with comA complete list of the prizes offered at this year's fair is given herewith: gecssivc '.irmers of Stephensport. prehensive mind and stout heart, correctly interprets the aspirations and Corn Prizes Amounting to $20. Oo Given by First State Bank. hopes of the American people for Announcement. honor. lble peace, exact justice, right1.00 Best single ear of corn any variety Miss Eloise W. Nolte, who returnBest single ear of white corn .:0 ed to the Louisville Conservatory of eousness and humanity. 4. We endorse the past DemocraBest single ear of yellow corn :0 Music. Monday announces that she tic Administrations in carrying out will return to Cloverport on Satur:t.oo Best ten ears any variety and fulfilling their platform promises 5. We direct that the delegates of 2.00 day, September ti, and will open a Second best any variety .. Best ten ears white corn I (Ml piano and violin class, and will also Breckinridge County vote under the (Continued on Page 4) have a class in harmony instruction. 1.00 Second best Miss Nolte's studio is at the home Best ten ears yellow corn 2.00 of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. CREDENTIALS TELEPHONE OPER- ATOR PENSIONED 26 21 and Breckinridge Counties Fair Carter Booster Prizes the book-keepin- 1.00 STINNETT Big Type Poland Chinas The Fanner's Hog. I raided the pig thai won first in the Pig Club last year. I have them pood enough to win again this year, if properly fitted, and they are priced worth the money too. These are the kit d of pigs that go out and make good and please their owners. In a few weeks I will he weaning some of the best pigs that I have ever raited. See them before you buy elsewhere. Here you get the pig you buy; no drawing for choice, no lottery. I sell hogs and satisfaction. The sows of my herd come from three of the best states of the Union. I have never let money stand between me and the bog g Best ten ears grown by boy under fifteen Second best AujA'm Best display of corn.. Second best . Hest sample ot nome grown clove r selr. L. I). Bishoff Division Sup't. L. .H. & St. L SL Second best L. D. Bishoff lbs. J. Floyd Carter (Doughboy) Best sample green clover 2 (Continued on Page 6) ii Xcltc. 1.50 ;t.oo AND NORTON FAMILY REUNION. WORK WILL BEGIN IN EARLY SPRING On Federal Highway In This County. Fiscal Court Calls Important Meeting. At a called meeting of the fiscal Court of Breckinridge County on Wednesday of last week the report uf the committee sent to Frankfort, last week consisting of Messrs. Geo. wanted to improve my herd. 1 also have two males large enough for service from a litter of ten, choice individuals, for sale 1 now. The pork barrel is the end of the hog. I have the kind that fill it. The sow pigs are all sold. Choice mail pigs tor tie at weaning time. VIC PILE, Harned, Ky. Bess and W S Ball to file Breckinridge county's guarantee to the fedThey said that Mi eral Highway. Will Teach in Paducah School. Wiley was very much pleased with Miss Leonora McGavock leaves the report and said that the people had dune .n excellent work, and that Friday for Paducah, where she has the guarantee was all right and satis- accepted a position as a teacher of factory. Following the report of the English and History in the Junior committee au order was entered by High School of that city. Miss McGavock has been spending the court at follows: "That Louisville had promised $50,-00- the summer with her parents, Mi of which amount had and Mrs. Leon McGavock, since her 4i. been subscribed. The Banks of the return from Bowling Green, where county report and certify that ?150. she took a nine months course iu the two subjects. English 500 subscribed and SO per real of it will be collected. The total subsc and History. in the county plus amount subscribed by Louisville will amount to $200, ")00. The county's quota estimated by the State Road Department is $201, W00. If the county's part is as much as estimated there will be If there should a deficit of $l,:t00 be any deficit it will come out of the First. Second and Fourth Magisterial districts, but it is not believed that it will require one dollar of the tax funds." An order setting forth these facts has been accepted and approved by the State A corps "j engineers will be put at work at once. Contracts will be let and the work of construction will begin in the early spring ription Best Road Work In IS Years. Jorboe, whose home is on the 1.50 Stephensport-Hardinsbur- g road, says there has been more work done on 50 his road this year than there has been 1.00 in fifteen years. "The people have all worked and done good work with shovels and teams, and the new County Road Engineer Bloomer is the man behind the gun," added Mr. 1.00 VV'm. 1 to g The two families of James Norton and Ben Stinnett had a very happy reunion recently at the home of Mr and Mrs. Stinnett, of Bell's school With the family, neighbors kause and friends, there were in all, one hundred and sixteen people present who enjoyed to the utmost partaking of the smirptous dinner given by Mr. Stinnett and his neighbors. Among the members of the family Jarboe. present were: John Stinnett. Mr. and Mrs. W P. Stinnett and two childVisits Hia Sister in Owenaboro. Mr. J. W. Webb, of Garfield has ren, of Lost Run, Al Stinnett, of returned from Owensboro, where he Velvington, Daviess county; Mr. and visited his sister, Mrs. M.iry More- -' Mrs. William Sipes, of Lewisport, dock, who was operated on for cancer Allie Tate and Minnie Tate, of Holt. and is in a precarious condition, altho she was getting along fairly well Monday when Mr. Webb left her. 11 Children Present For Mrs. Moredock will reach her sevenTheir Father's 61st., Birthday. ty-first birthday next Sunday. Sept 7, and Mr Webb will be sevenMr J. F Vessels, of Ammons, ty-three on Sept. 83. Ky . was very happily surprised and honored on his sixty-firs- t birthday, Tuesday, August 28, by A TRIP TO the prSsesfS of his eleven child- reu who came together on that MAMMOUTH CAVE day to celebrate their father's an- uiversary with a family dinner 1 party. My dear Mr Babbage: must tell Seated at the dinner table you and your circle of readers of a were: Mr. and Mrs. Vessels and trip to the Mammoth Cave, made by a party of folks from Kirk and their children. Mrs J F Miller. Cloverport W R Vessels, Andy- ville; R A Vessels. Mrs Orvillc think it was Mr. Alvin Withers Morgan, Mrs Lee Shelluian, Mra. who suggested a trip to this partiMasteraon, Mrs. Join Owen cular place, and in two or thrte days Stiles, Misa Katie Vessels, Waah- the suggestion was adopted by the following, Mr and Mrs. J. If Withliigtou Vessels, Leo Vessels and ers, Mr. and Mra. Vcnnie Withers, Misa Alice Mac Vessels, aU of Mr. and Mra. Bernard Rhodes, Mr. Ammons. Continued on Page 4) Mc-(Jua1 I PAGE 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 3, 1919 THIS AND THAT. He Smashing, Dashing, Auto Polo Spectacular Feature For Fair It Going Some I.sst week while strolling around wf picked up a letter supposedly to have leen lost liy Stanley Jones, a his name pity it didn't was signed thereto. 'Tis reach its de tination, and for this reason we publish it The young man should have b en a lawyer, aa he pleads his It is in part as cause so eloquently follows: "Cloverport, Ky , Aug. J " "My Dearest C As the shadows of parting day closes and the wings of night hover o'er me, I think of you as the Star of Bethlehem to guide uiy wearT soul aright. In my solitude I think of you aa One night as Old Saint Peter slept, He left his gate of Heaven ajar. And through it a little angel crept, And came down with a falling star " "You may be sure I am gtad the Kd old Saint fell asleep and gave you a chance to slip out and pay this good old it Karth a visit astride a falling star would be perpetual night to me without you The sighing of the breezes is the sorrow wafted from heaven for your absence, and the good old Saint will never, never again sleep." "You are to me as the perfume of the jessamine bud and the languor of the lotus. You weave the golden chains that will decorate the crown of my bap piness. You are the incense of my very being, and as flray says: "Or heap the shrine of luxury and ptide. With incense kindled at the Muse s flame." "Your wonderful charm would make an humble cabin a paradise to reside in, but when that happy hour rolls around, we shall live in a brown stone mansion and pay court to one another as did the knights and ladies of old " "Yours until death," S chock is Louisville, were guests of their ter, Mrs. C. B Witt last week Dr. Witt's sister. Miss Ruth was also with them Mrs Leah Meador returned Saturday from West Point, where she had been with her sister, Mrs. T. C. Williams for the past two months. Lewis Clarkson, of Louisville, was the week-en- d guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs J. V. Clarkson. Mrs. Thomas Williams and son, Robert, and daughters, Misses Catherine and Kmogene, of Stiths Valley, Mrs. Kmma Rawlings, of Owensboro, were dinner guests Tuesday of Mrs. E. A. Strother and daughter, Miss Zelma Strother J. V. Clarkson went' to Ktizaheth-Inwii- , Thursday on business. Mrs. Lilly Mae Scott was the guest of Mrs Laddie Scott, of Stiths Valley several days of last week. School opened the 25th., with Miss Catherine Williams, of Stiths Valley, teacher. Henry Morris has bought a farm near Shcpherdsville Dolt Richardson was gone last The district conference of the colored M. E. church which met in a five days session at Cloverpott in the I 1 t ivieinonisi coioren If .1 I!.. cnurcn. ci iseii on Sunday evening The conference opened Wednesday evening and Mayor mnn a. Marry gave tne welcoming address to the delegates and the Writing ministers The local pas'.or. Rev. P. H. Pinkney acted as 'tost to the visitors who were nicely entertained 'It Must Have Been Dead at Leaat by the members of tne congregation 8 Months But Didn't Smell." I Swear I Will Not Crab. This year I am going to talk buai-up- , "Saw a big rat in our cellar last not down. Fall." Writes Mrs. Joanny, "and I shall refuse to talk labor wars, bought a L'.lc cake of RAT-SNAbroke it up into small pieces. Last Bolshevik uprisings, huge impending week while moving we came across strikes with chronic complainers. If business is good, I shall tell the dead rat. Must have been dead six months, didn't smell. RAT-SNA- P others. If business is bad, I shall saw is wonderful " Three siies, 25c, 50c, wood and strive to improve condi$1.00. Sold and guaranteed by E. A. tions all I can. Hardesty, For I realize that "crabbing" does Stephensport ; Conrad Payne & Co.. Cloverport; B. F. Beard not help anyone, not even myself. grand-daughter's, week several days looking for a farm, having sold his several weeks ago. He went to look at one near New Albany, Inrl. Mrs F. A. Strother and daughter. Miss Zelma. Mrs. Lilly Mae Scott and daughter, Miss Mary Eleanor Messrs. Ed and Schuyler Martin attended the birthday dinner of T. J. Stiths. of Ekron at the home of his Mrs. Walter Scott, of Stiths Valley. Mr Stith was 78. There were about ion present. COLORED M. E. CONFERENCE CLOSED SUNDAY & Co., Hardinsburg. Parkegrows. ' "P "Tanbark" that I used for a getting along fine." My finger Don't invest in poor land that you have to doctor in order to grow crab-gra- ss Is Promoted. Tucker, better known as "Hig Tuck," and a popular fireman on the Henderson Route has been promoted to running an automobile. He is safe and conservative and runs on schedule time. He says he is very cautious about running through open switches, as he wants to hold his present situation Reavin Don't bitch your wagon to a star lest you wake Hp to find yourself harnessed to a go cart. Home On Vacation. Jess Willis, of Hirmitighani, Ala., is visiting his parents, Mr. and lrs K. () Willis He is looking fiue and is en joying himself fishing down at the rocks. Jess is a uimrod of f e old school. He digs a can of worms and then goes after o'd Mr. Catfish. He spits on the bait for luck and keeps the ' 'pint of his hoo( well covered He i having some fine sport Don't bait your commercial hook with a five cent piece and expect to land a twenty dollar lull . A show must he almost of snper- qimllty to vie with DM stunning and spectacular saddle horse exhibitions held nightly In the groat live stock pavllllon of th' Kentucky Matt IWf and in efTectiiiK this Impp.v consummation the nicost Judgment, sense of spectacular values and practical EBOWHKlgV is required. With the possession of these assets already deinonsi rated by flippodrom." shows in l'.UT-Iwhich were notable amusement affairs, Kentucky State Fair lull filet J Fount T. Kretner may he relied on to equal or excel these former showings and there is satlsfao tory assurance in his announcement that the MIS roster of attractions will be the banner array of State Fair history. The outstanding feature of this great pavilion entertainment will be the appearance, for the first time in the South, of the magnificent musical organization knowu as the 71st Regimental New York Guards Band with Lieut. Lambert L. Eben as director. This band figured in all the war activities of the metropolis and is In constant demand for victrola and layer work. The organization Is made up of forty and accomplished musicians uniformed in striking military arruy, and it boasts soloists of high repute in the world of music. Its leader, Lieut. Eben, is a picturesque tiirure, and is said to be one of Um most brilliant directors in America. Their programs will be made up of selections appealing to all tastes. Of the acts proper the most pretentious to be offered in the pavilion oval will be the auto polo exhibition which is second to none as an amusement combining thrill, clamor, movement and surprises. This game was introduced to State Fair visitors for the first time last season and both in the pavilion and on the race track It piano-pwell-traine- d bag-pipe- aroused a furore of interest and excitement. The gamp is h species of polo contest pin, veil with mounts of roaring, swaying, .space-eatinuutos of especial construction and miniature no restrictions as to1 size. There-arhead-omethods of attack and smashes, machine somersaults and "spills" are frequent. Another act of "dare devil" type is to be presented by the Johannes Joef- fesson Troupe of five Icelanders, for- merly a big drawing card with the Itanium circus aggregation. Their; line of entertainment is a sensational illustratloii of the possibilities of pity-- , sical development and understanding of defense in the event of attack. Pis-tols, bowie knives and blackjacks figure sensationally in their paraphernalia. "Human Aeroplanes" Is the billing of the Four Boises, who are English aerial artists offering amazing mid-ai- r gymnastics. The act Includes three men and a pretty woman said to be as skilled as her companions. Astounding feats of dexterity are promised in the offering of the Portia Sisters who are French girls performing amazing feats of dexterity in midair while revolving suspended by teeth or hair. As climax to a thrilling program two of the Portias slide from either end of the pavilion roof stis- pended by their hair. A turn attractive to the eye and. titillating to the senses is assured In the wheel and wire offering of the MaeDonnld Trio, us wtdl us the quartet, of comedians known as the Baggage Smashers. In "Circus Horsemanship" Fair visitors will be regaled with a spectacle wonderful in the way of super-intellipence and trainini; and of decorative beauty. Elephants figure in another animal of amusing und marvellous act tenor and posing steeds and four peo- pie provide a "living statuary" series of patriotic and beautiful character. The list of Hippodrome features; winds up with the stirring, sensational and unusual entertainment of: the Seven McKays, as a Scotch troupe of canny Highlanders are described, Their offering is a musical ballet in which the national instrument, the figure piercingly and g n 1 ' -' Is your boy sprouting right out of his clothes? We specialize on the needs ot the growing boy. clothes make the best of his appe trance during the difficult hard to fit period. Our This Is Young America's Week In Our Store The week of special sales in stylish, serviceable and perfect fitting garments for all eyes and wants of the little folks. Your BOY is a man in miuature. with the eye for colors, stvles, effects and qualities as as you have Nothing pleases him more than the satisfaction of being well dressed. I "Have that good little "chap go to school well dressed. It gives him an air of self possession, and adds an element of happine-- s to his school life. It does not cost so much To prove it we quote some interesting prices. " Back On Visit. Wilson, who resides at Alexandria, HI., is back visiting DOOM folks. Ills wigwam used to be on Coon Dog Street m Halite n and is one of its oldest cit ieu.s He says that fish grow so large in the lakes in Illinois that when you get tired fishing on one s:de all ou have to do is to step on one and walk over to the opposite side. He sas that there are lots of black bass six feet loug and five niches between the eyes It-- , ii Karri Don't be afraid to say what you think, provided ;our thinker is in the right shape to think. Trying a New Remedy. "(Irinner" Hambletou is tning a new elixir on his skydome and hopes to have NEWS FROM better luck than he had with his patent potato bug killer. He says the new remedy is guaranteed to uprout huir on a goose egg. heuce he has hopes. He says h ii Mail v m sea as it ur 111 Ii 'ii1 ri - , J ( Kai 111 vimiiiij in tI I c . kc.uck ureu o, ci.ai.cing n,s rial in visitors Misses Anna and Etta Davis order to make it stick on his belfry ,,, Henderson county Mr and Mrs Geo E Drury and Don't build air castles while your wife son. Clancy Drury, of Vine Grove, takes in washing At least gel busv and and Miss B Ada Drury, of Louisville, wrc f iMari Wednesday of Mrs. Wade furnish the sop. Muflelt Drury. Mr. and Mrs Chas Davis ami children, of Mt. Vernon. Ind have returned home alter a visit to Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kasey Miss Mary Louise Hardaway has returned home after a visit to her cousin, Mrs. G N Lyddan BEWLEYVILLE Miss Mollie (.lark son and little Mr and Mrs Tho Wilson. Jessie niece. Ktlie C larkson, of Louisville, Lewis Wilson, Mr and Mrs. Pate came Tuesday to visit Mrs. Pierce Dooley motored to Mammoth Cave Hardaway Miss Mattie Hardaway and brother. thin week Mr. and Mrs Ray Keith are visit- David Hardaway have returned home after a few day i iu in Brandenburg ing relatives in Stith Valley. Mr. and Mrs Buckncr Hardaway, to their brother, Paul Hardaway. have returned home after a three weeks visit to their children in Iowa TRY A WANT AD TODAY i I I ( 4 Mi. and Mrs. R. P, Carman and Mary Richard Carman, Mr. and Mrs. Geo R Compton anil Miss Mildred K Compton attended the Association Wednesday which convenned at W'al-- , nut Grove Mrs, Shclton Hardaway and two little daughters, of I.ohrville. Iowa are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs Thomas i happcll. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Mercer and children, of Roactta attended church hers Sunday and were dinner guests hi Mr and Mrs. Thos Chappell. Mrs Bather Strother, and daughter, Miss Xchna Strother, of Big Spring, were week-enguests of Mr. and Mrs C I) Hardaway. Y Stith spent the week-en- d in Louisville. E. Stewart iiabbage. of Cloverport, is visiting relatives here. Mr and Mis Sinnns, of Bowling (ireen. and Mrs. G. K. Lyddan. of Irviiigton. were callers Wednesday of Mrs. E. P, Hardaway. Mr and Mrs l letcher Blanford, of Louisville, are visiting Mr and Mrs. Chas Blanford. Mrs. Cecil Pools of Memphis. Tenn., is visiting her sister. Mrs. ti Q, Blanford Miss Nina kascy entertained the young folks of the neighborhood d I Large crowds are attending the protracted meeting which began at Fairview church. Wednesday evening School at Wilson's is progressing nicely. Herman Wilson is on the sick list. Misses Nettie and Lexie Davis and Cola Robinson of near Harned. are visiting here and attending the meeting. MOOK jj Mr. Jones Butler and family and Mrs. Levi Butler, of near Hardin Spring, were guests Sunday of Mr. V'essie Drane and family. Miss Mattie Lee CundirT, of Kings-woo- d is the guest of Miss Daisy Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Davidson and son. of Falls of Rough, are guests of her brother. Clarence Drane and sons Mr James Amies and son. Walter, of Leitchficld. were visitors at Mr. Iva Tucker's, Sunday. Mrs. Nelia Mattingly and children, and Miss Ollie Baa VMS, of Mattingly, have returned home after a plasaut visit at Mr. W J Ballman's. very wide range of patterns in all the new models, age 5 to 18. S7.50 1 S25.00 Priced from EXTRA SPECIAL SCHOOL SUIT VALUE, $7 50 Boys' suits made of o;ood strong material to stand Laid wear. Brown, grey nod blue mixtures, well made, in the new waist seam. Belt model, full lined, full cut Knickerbocker pants, all sizes, 6 to IS. Special price $f a OU ANOTHER SPECIAL SUIT VALUE, 12.60 Boys' all wool suite, extra well tailored, in a wide range of the newest styles 4A pn und patterns, all sizes, 6 to 18. Special price 012.1 JU BOYS' CORDUROY SUITS Crompton Cravineted all weather corduroy, well tailored in the new belt coat fn rn model, with full lined Knickerbocker trousers all sizes, to 18. Special price OOiDU BOYS' ODD TROUSERS W ide range of patterns, excellent values fk A BOYS' SUITS f rn DEATH REMOVES TWO CHILDREN IN ONE HOME. Beechfork, Ky., Sept. (Special) The death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs. Len Weatherholt on August and took from them their 1 $3 50 Special values in Boy at Good School Trousers ; Boys' good Khaki Trousers, all sizes m $1,50 $1.00 two children, Augusta, age 11 years and Woodrow, age 7 years. Their remains were interred in the Tarfork church yard on Aug '.'!, and the funeral was conducted bv Rev. DeHart. of McCjuady FURNISHINGS Boys' and Girls' Sweater, wide range of styles and colors. Special price $2.00 to $8.00 Boys' Caps 75c to $2.00 Boys' Shirts and Blouses, beautiful ranoe of patterns, in all grades; from $1.00 to $3.00 Boys' Rain Coats, special value, at $2.98 to $5.98 See Daviess Street Window for Special Display of Boys' School Apparel. THE COUNTY BIG SPRING Mrs. E A Strother has returned Haulaway near Bewleyville. Rev Kan Allen has closed the meeting at I'opular Grove church Mr and Mrs. Raymond Moorman and daughter, Mollie Ditto, were week-enguests of his mother, Mrs. a visit of several days to her nephew. C D Hardaway and Mrs. limn S. W. Anderson Company Owensboro Where Courtesy Reigns Mollie Moorman. Dr. W. H. Strother, of Owensboro, was the guest several days of last week of his mother and titter, Misses Lillian and Ettill Eogt, of Kentucky SEPTEMBER 3. 1919 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY PAGE 9 tmam TOBACCO GROWERS ONE OF THE BEST BUILT AND EQUIPPED LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSES in the Green River District will be at Cloverport ready ior the 1919 Crop oi Tobacco. The Building is Practically Fire Proof With Brick Walls and Concrete Floor. 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 The roof 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. This Floor is for the use of the Grower, andis designed tose-cur- e for him the best price for his tobacco The largest buyers in Louisville and Owensboro have promised their patronage. The management has had long experience, successfully operating a Loose Leaf floor at Livermore, Kentucky. The location of the Clover-poLoose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse at Cloverport on the main line of the L., H. & St. L. R. R., and the Ohio River, assures the grower and the buyer excellent shipping and transportation facilities rt Pin-hooki- ng The Buyer will deal with the Grower. STEPHENSPORT J. H. Lay, New Albany, Ind., spent week with his mother, Mrs. OJevia Lay. W. J. Schopp was in Louisville, last week. C. A. Tinius spent last week at his farm in Meade county. C. Bowls, of Louisville, has openbarber shop in ed up an the city hall. Several from here attended the Breckinridge County Baptist Association which met with Walnut Grove cliurch, Wednesday and Thursday. Atty. Claude Mercer and Mrs. Mercer motored over from Hardinsburg. and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Perkins, at their country home near Amnions, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Carr. of Alton, 4od., were guests Friday, of Mrs. Carr's brother. Kugene Conner and Mrs. Conner. Miss Viola Dutschke returned Sunday from Holt, having been the guest of relatives for a week. A. Stiles, of Louisville, was the week-en- d guest of his sister, Mrs. Mary Morgan. Rev H. S. English delivered an excellent sermon at the Baptist church, Sunday morning. Eugene Conner accompanied his two grandsons, who spent the summer here to their home in Conton, O. Mr. Conner spent one week the guest of his son, Traverse Conner and Mrs. Conner, before returning. I will sell on Saturday, September P. M., my 6, at Stephensport, Ky., entire household and kitchen furniture, garden tools, spring wagon, etc., to the highest bidder. Geo. E. Shively. Miss Etta English, after having visited friends and relatives in Idaho, and Colorado, also Pembroke, Amnions and Hardinsburg, returned Monday to Berea, where she will will not be Permitted on this Floor. Rural Carrier Examination. The United States Civil Service Commission has announced an examination for the County of Breckinridge to be held at Hardinsburg, on Sept. 27. I wig to fill the position of rural carrier at Ilarned. and vacancies that may later occur on rural routes from other post offices in the above-mentione- LETTERS WE have losated the Ohio River Highway d county. The exciti-- 1 last APPRECIATE 1 spend the winter Edward Carr Atkinson, of Louisville, was the week-enguest of Mr. d and Mrs. O. W. Do well. Miss Elsie Nielstcil, of Louisville, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. K A. Smith, last week. ' Miss Mahelda Shellman and nephew. James Allen Whitworth, of Valley Station, are guests of r ''atives lie re. Miss Alma Moorman left Monday for her home in Hillsboro, Texas, having spent the latter part of the Maimer with her sister, Mrs. O W Dowell and Mr Dowell H. J. Rice, of Lauisville, spent the week-enwith Mrs Rice at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Hawkins. Mr and Mrs. W. H. Payne, of Sample, and Joe Smart, of Cloverport, wcrtr Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. d C B. Mrs. S. M Vernon and little daughter, oi Owensboro, were guests of her sister, Mrs O E Ferguson and Dr Ferguson, last week. Waggoner 4 l by both ! 'Ortsvks and Romans; they put lumps Into them for the purpose of lighting tttemselves bout, ou uioouleaa uigbta. Lanterns of Horn. i Lanterns of horn This Is A New One. Dear Mr. Babbage: Find enclosed MISS AHL, OF TOBINSPORT check for which please send me The MARRIES CHAS. TINSLEY. Breckenridge News one year. Oblige, Drane, W. Mrs. Thurman 1504 At 2:3o p. m on Tuesday. August Broadway, Louisville, Ky. 20, 1019 in the parlor of Mr. and Mrs Alex Ahl at Tobinsport occurred the Money-Orde- r Enclosed. marriage of their daughter. Ethel to Friend Babbage: Please extend Mi. Charles Edward Tinsley, of my subscription to The Breckenridge Louisville. Rev. L. S. Lovell, of News for another year and oblige, Rome, performed the ceremony. R, Adkisson, Tabor, Okla. L. The only witnesses were the relatives of both families. During the Street Car Strike. Written The attendants were Mr. Jud.i I'ttlfc Mr. J. D. Babbage. Dear Sir: You I'Ue and Miss Ruth Weatherhol. will find enclosed $1.50 for which wedding march was played by Mrs. please renew my subscription to The Ernest Wedding, of Cloverport. Breckenridge News. The Louisville Shortly after the wedding the employes are off on a young couple and relatives sat down street car strike. Everything is going on, peace- to refreshments of cream and cake, fully so far. Respectfully, Mrs. Otis first receiving the congratulations of Taul. 1000 S. 2tith St.. Louisville, Ky. loved ones. At 4.'-'- the couple left in their car Prom California. for Wctt Baden and French Lick for Mr. J no. D. Babbage, Cloverport, a honeymoon oi r' few days afte.' Ky Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find which the will go to hou'C keeping money order for $1.50. Please renew on one of the Simons farms below my subscription to The Breckenridge Tobinsport. News for one year. Yours truly, The groom is the eldest son of Goldsmith Frymire, Westwood, Cal Mrs. Nannie Tinsley, of Louisville, formerly of Tobinsport, and is an inW. L. O'Neill Subscribes. dustrious, excellent Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport. Ky. young man. you a money order for Am sending His bride is the eldest daughter ot $1.50 for which please send me The Mr. Mrs. Alex Ahl and is well Breckenridge News for one year, liked and all who know her for her by yours, W L O'Neill, Respectfully splendid traits of character and pleasMM Pratt St. Toledo, Ohio. ing personality. The wedding took place on the 41 th Former Cloverporter. wedding anniversary of the bride's Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Cor.rad I enclose you a Dear Mr. Babbage: Simons. Cannelton Telephone. check for $1.50 for which please reMrs. Tinsley is the niece of Mrs new my subscription to The BreckErnest Wedding. of Cloverport. enridge News. Trusting I will re- whom she has frequently visited ceive every copy as 1 have in the past, I remain, Yours very truly, A. T Pate, 2255 East 5th St. Dayton, BOOGS SUCCEEDS WILEY AS ROAD COMMISSIONER. Ohio M Ky., Frankfort, August P. S. Don't fail to take advantage of this exceptional opportunity for Joseph S. Boggs. of Richmond, Ky , good roads through "Dear Old Al- until last November connected with falfa," as I hope to drive old "Henry" the state roads department, has been over there in the near future. A. T. P. appointed state road commissioner to succeed Rodman Wiley, who resign ed to go into private engineering Our Good Friend, E. T. Haynes. Mr J D. Babbage, Cloverport. Ky work. 1 Mr. Boggs will take office Septemreceived your Dear Mr. Babbage: card a few days ago which was a, ber I. He is a graduate of Central reminder that my subscription to The University and has had sixteen years' Breckenridge News would soon ex- experience in road work pire. After readiug this good home DowcU-Minguyears, I don't paper for forty-fiv- e Miss Zelnia Dowell. of Clifton Am enclosing want to quit now. New York Exchange for $400 to pay Mills, and Mr Marvin Mingus, of for our mutual friend, Arthur Good- Hardinsburg. were united in marman one year, and three for myself. riage, August 23, by Rev. Edward C We notice with much pleasure you Sinning in Canncltvn, lud. even-temperes. through Cloverport This will connect Highway at with the Bankhead Memphis which comes through will motor back to Some day my old Kentucky home. Yours truly, E. T. Haynes. Durant. Okla. Du-ran- amination will be open only to lit! t. 1 who are actually domiciled in the territory of a post office in the county and who meet the other, re- uu i rem en t s set forth in Form No. l!i?r. This form and application blanks may be obtained from the flcies mentioned above or from the United Etates Civil Service Com- - mission at Washington. D. C. Applications should be forwarded to the Commission at Washington at the earliest practicable date. 4 jit ,":n 'i iu iti. exammis ination will be limited to those who are unmarried and to the wives of soldiers and sailors serving in the war. m PUT it flush up to Prince Albert to produce more smoke fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands ! It has the jimdandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran double-quickest than you ever before collected 1 P. A.'s built to I'lllllllV'-t- against! Just what a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want thing you do next. And, put to find out the it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without tongue bite or parching. Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch. Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy 'us jimmy pipe or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to beat the cards! Without a comeback! Why, P. A is so good you feel like you'd just have to eat that fragrant smoke! R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston Salem, N. C -- PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY YEARS AGO with thr peachrs thr tirr was irmly and all was a htur and down thr hill we went Our next stop waa at Vine Grove, where we halted in a drove for dinner. Each lady seemed to he in a hurry to get her hox opened firtt. dinThis was our first ner which coat ua about one half of time Hut iree. it was worth it! We made several stops for a i irt time to let the fleet (ret together and take inventory to see that all was We reached the Cave ahmit 7 p. m., and quickly proceeded to erect tents, set up tables-- , and those lunch boxes which were in perfect condition and appeared even more abundant than before The party agreed to retire early and refresh themselves for a drive on the All slept well, Cave next morning. even myself tho the sticlr of wood under my head got a trifle hard before morning We entered the Cave at N: !0 Saturday morning and mo? of the party was out by 2 P. M. though more later. Cave It Wonderful. I The Cave is truly wonderful. cannot undertake to describe it. It is a city of streets and alleys under the ground. I never felt further from SEPTEMBER 3, The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAGK. Editor and Publisher HAPPENINGS OF TWENTY-FIV- E EIGHT PAGES 1876 per linr an. the rate of advan. r ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS m 1919 Token from The Hreokenridife News Wednesday, Sept ... IM4 , Shcti.ti.i Rtminraa Uocalt 10c lor fl month. bHm $1.V0 rar: IW for 4 montlia; Etc for rai h additional inarnion. Cirri of Thanka, ovrr S linn, charted for at per line, money in charajeit for at the rate of per line Olntttarira Kxaminr the lahrl on your paper. I' ' ' ""t correct, plraae notify aa. I hm ription ratks 7Bc In Cloverport. nday. 10c NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When ..u have finialied reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE friend w!io i not a atthacriher ; do not throw it away or deatroy it. NEWS hand it to WEDNESDAY Ts SEPTEMBER 3, 1919 the home putting health first, or is on I if stork looked after the health of the pure-bre- d rare full n Has the child a good example in a generous nature, or must he go visiting to see what manner of man he should copy from and is he trained in true, broad generosity'? South, ern . Igriruturisf . FARM AND STOCK Fruit was plentiful on the market last week and the home canners were not only htisy canning), but comparing and offering suggestions to their neighbors in their canning was part of the work too. Mr. Avery, son of W. S. States Department of Agriculture will begin on October 1. waging a campaign for "Better Stock." The object of this The United Sires-Bett- er Tobinsport, ferryed over load of excellent watermelons. It o seems like Kentuckians can't raise A pantry well filled with ' watermelons as good os those grown and otherwise preserved fruits over in Tobinsport bottoms, and and vegetables means more varied, these of Mr. Avery's were both good attractive and wholesome diet during in taste and brought good prices. the winter months as well as cheaper o ' campaign is fully explained elsewhere in this issue under the article headed Stock." Connecti"Better Sires-Bettcut is the first state in the union to enroll as a supporter of this movement, we believe Kentucky will follow suit. Let Breckinridge county Avery, of stock breeders help to put our state a wagon there. home-canne- d J. F. Vessels, of Amnions, who makes that good country sorghum, is the early bird this year in making his famous sweet. Mr. Vessels' 40 acres of cane was planted early in the season and that's why his sorg- hum is on the market earlier than other peoples' living. o to August 9. last, pounds of fresh and frozen beef; 1 .V--9 " pounds of lamb and mutton; :t, 153,832 pounds of fresh and frozen pork were exported from New York to Belgium, Holand and Sweden. These figures did not include the o Gabe Shrewsberry has bought the hams, shoulders, bacon, sausage and John Hook farm of GO acres near pickled pork, and the 253,96ti pounds Hardinsburg. for $7,f)o0 including the of poultry and game exported in the same time. growing crop. 1, From July C. V. Robertson has bought Elder's farm of 35 acres near tnsburg, for $3,fl0. G I,,hn Hard- - Dr. D, S. Sphire sold the brick cor- ner, now occupied by H. Si, Beard to Brothers for $3,000. i Mcar(1 "rotners nave Dougnt tneir second 10-- Titan tractor from B FBeard & Co o Clovis Walls, Sample, went to In Hardinsburg. y Louisville. Monday with three R. G. Robertson will hold his court in the Rockvale precinct at Glendean, (Continued on Page 6) hogs-McGar- Miss Tida Mercer attended the Miss Sullie K Miller, after some convention at few days sta wtli her relatives and State Sunday-schoo- l friends, returned to Washington. D, Russellville last week She was a C, Friday Her niece. Miss Mary and delegate from this place. nephew. ( harlie. and Mi Josie Ratit A Mr Roberts wa brought here at rompanird her as far as Saturday from Balltown and lodged in jail. He waa fined out at Balltown Misses LolUl PrifKf. Louisville;' for using abusive language to some lone Scholl, Indianapolis; Mamie persons on the public highway. Guest. St. Louis; and Maud Sulzer. Mr. Sam Bcavin has taken a parof tnership with Julian Brown in the I annelton. who have been um-st- s Mr. and Mrs. Julius I" N'olte for the confectionery business. past week, left for their respective, I) H Severs has sold his interest homes yesterday. Their stay in this city will ever be a pleasant memory to in the Hambleton Hotel to John the minds of many of our young men. Alexander. Mr Alexander will remodel the house and premises and H. J. May. Jr., fireman on the Tex- arrange to open a first class hotel and as, has taken a lay off of several hoarding house for Hardinsburg and weeks and will visit uite a number the traveling public. of large cities. They want to incorporate the town Miss Alliene Murray returned Sun- of Irvington. Nobody would believe day from an extended visit to the that there are 300 inhabitants there, Misses Lewis at Brandenburg. but Bob Jolly says it is a fact. Rilla Howard, little daughter of I)r her William Howard, accompanied uncle and aunt, the Rev. S. I". Bates and wife to their home in Ohio, last week. Mrs. C K. Lighttoot is speudiilK a few weeks at her old home near Sorghotown, Ky. (Continued from Page I) Mrs. F. M. LeNeave has a fine girl Unit Rule on all puestions coming born Aug Ml Grandmother Knglish before the State Convention. is delighted with the news. 6. As delegates to the State ConCharlie Lightfoot has accepted a vention to represent Breckinridge foregoing reposition in Short & Hayne's drug County and enforce thethe following solutions we name store. delegates and alternates, Via: Delegates. William and Charlie Hook came down Monday to witness the ball C. V. Robertson. Jno. D. Babbage. game on their wheels. Time one hour. J. H. Miller. J. A. Haynes. Dr. W. L. Milner, W. H. Beauchamp, William Vest & Sons received a car load of Shellman. Rufus St. Clair. Albert Mardry goods yesterday. shall, Jno. Cook. R. W. Kasey, AlCarl A news man met the Rev. I. B. bert Ashcraft, R. L. Lyons, Henry DeH. Moorman, Compton, Timberlake on the west bound train Byron Cart, Frank DeHaven, Moorlast Friday bound for Glendean. man Ditto. H. E. Frymire, J. W. Mr. Timberlake. if anything has im- French. Ernest Meador. Allie Alexproved in his general make up since ander. Charlie Alexander, Huse Alexhe presided over his flock in Clover-por- t ander, W. R. Moorman, Jr., Dr. S. J. some three or four years ago. Hall, Frank Rhodes, J. M. Howard, He is still vivacious and full of life D. C. Moorman, Alex Eskridge, W. Allen and as talkative and entertaining as W. Baxter, W. T. Taul. Smith, JenWm. A. Barry, D. H. a minister of the gospel can be. He nings. J. Sam Marshall Eugene Coomes, was on his way to Glendean, where Ticc Hendrick. J. Whitworth, he was to spend a few days with Col. D. C. Walls, Cal Jolly, Forrest Lyons and Charlie Miller. Johnston Dean and his family. home in all m life than when sitting in a Joe boat on Rcho river 3!W feet below the earth's surface with 30 feet of water helow me and the smooth rock arch only 4 feet above the water. which ompelled yon to sit with head bowed to escape humpi against the rock, with the thickest possible dark nets around vou broken only by the little grease lamp which you carried told you I woum no with you. But try to describe the Cave, so let's qui and go back to dinner It was after 2 o'clock and we alt were tired. We rested till Sunday morning, got up early made hot coffee for breakfast which was very refreshing. We then decided to come by the Lincoln Farm as we came home which we did. We ate dinner Sunday at the Spring from which Abe carried water for his mother when he was a child. After dinner the Memorial was opened and we were allowed to go in and take a look at the little log cabin in which Abraham Lincoln was born. evening Sunday We returned rounding out the most pleasant 8 days outing of my whole life. Am sorry, my dear John, that you were not with us. Long life to The Breck1 .. enridge Newsl J. E. Monarch. CONVENTION CREDENTIALS Just a Word To Farmers: of the success of this due to the many friends among the farmers of this community. We thank them for their past favors and hope to be of service in the future. Big things can be done by CMUCH on. CA GOOD crop year means a business year. Agriculture finance go hand in hand, and Mc-Gar- y, neither can be efficient without the other. We shall try to hold our end up by standing back of our farmers to the fullest extent possible. WHETHER in safeguarding your funds or in lending money to tide over the "tight" places in year's work, we shall always treat the farmers impartially and with courtesy. Alternates. C. G. Brabandt. W. J. Schopp, Goodson Frymire, E. J. Stallman, J. M. Rhodes. Pyeton Claycomb. Herbert Haddock, Green Bandy. Jno. Lyddan. Ernest Henderson, C. W. Kasey, Jno. L. Morris, Gilbert Kasey, 7. T. Stith, C. C. Martin, G. H. Pile, Stanley Gray, Ova Board, B. F. Hart. Robert Fisher, Willie Robertson, T. X. Chancellor, Allie Cooper, Vivge Babbage. Casper Gregory. Frank Greenwood, Percy Ryan, Floyd Carter, C. S. Board, Dud McGary, Jim Hu.se Miller, Zeno Miller, Alvin Withers, Ike Pile, J. E. Monarch, Bob Pile, D. H. Severs, Tom Flood, J. N. Cordrey, All of which is respectfully reported and recommended for adoption by this Convention. Jesse H. Miller, Frank DeHaven, J. Whitworth, Committee on and Delegates. C. G. BrBrabandt, R. D. St. Clair, C The Bank of Hardinsburg ATrustCo. STRONG ACCOMMODATING Blaine. W. C. Stone. Ves Oliver, R. B. Moore, Lon Glasscock, Estes Visit the State Fair and Levy Bros., Sept. 8 to 13 A Clothing Store That Makes You Feel At Home in this store; to cultivate all through the place an air of congeniality and good will; not anxious to sell something, bui eager and willing to be of service. The Bank That Helps You Help Yourself Hardinsburg, Kentucky. FOR THE Resolutions HOME CANNERS The time of year when the home can- Purchasing Pall Millinery. Miss Evelyn Hicks left Wednesday morning for Louisville and Indianapolis, where she will purchase her fall millinery A ONE of our ambitions is to have folks feel at goods. TRIP TO MAMOUTH CAVE. (Continued from Page 1) 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. Most men are acquainted with the variety and high character of our merchandise; this coupled with an inimitable service has maintained for us the leadership of the South as Men's and Boys' Outfitters now showing Fall and Winter Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings. We'll be glad to have you come in while in or whenever you're in town see our good merchandise. Come leave your luggage and bundles here use our te'ephone- s- we'll help you in any way we can. You'll feel right at home the minute you come in the door. You're the head of the house; what you say goes. Louibvil e for the Fair Mail Orders Filled Promptly By Experts J The Bright Spot in Louisville Levy at Thirds Bros (Market LOUISVILLE, KY. ii and Mrs. G. A. Wright and son. James, Wright, Mr. and'Mrs. Henry Burden. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Mattingly and their son and daughter. Paul and Annalee, Mrs. G. P. and Mrs. Alvin Miller together with the son and Miec li .11 M ill,-Haiiirhlnr ..t VI r Martha Isabel Miller, of Louisville. Miss Nora Blythe, of Irvington, Miss Virginia Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Will Withers together with the writer and Mrs. Monarch and three children. J. E., Jr., Margarite and Master Bob Monarch, Bruce Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Withers mid two sons, James and George Withers. The crowd met at Kirk at H a. m. August 22, making a fleet of eight Fords, each equipped with a full tank of gasoline and his camping outfit and most important of all was the lunch baket or box each lady had prepared.. And let uie tell you now lest in my excitement I forget it, that no set of women, not even the French can put up a more toothsome lunch than prepared by these ladies. It consisted of boiled hams, fried chicken by the bushel, to say nothing of the salads, pickets, pies, baked fruits etc . etc., without end. Pirat Stop On Sinking Hill. Our first stop was on top of the Sinking Hill when some fellow had to stop to inflate a tire. But while this was going on Mrs. Lucy Rhodes complained that a certain basket of peaches waa getting too soft to stand the bumps and ought to be eaten at once to which thr whole crowd So long before we were done Mason Glass Jars. Half gallon size, per dozen $1; quart size, per dozen 85c; pints, per dozen 70c. Rubbers. Tin Cans 65c per doz. Sealing Way Extra quality aluminum preserving kettles; 4 quart size Kxtra quality aluminum preserving kettle-- ; 4 S1.50 S1.25 65c 45c ket- quart size size Kxtra quality 4 quart Extra quality tles; 2 quart tie; porcelain preserving ket porcelain preserving size Wlcklcss 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 E. A. HARDESTY The Hardware and Implement Man Stephensport, Ky. V SEPTEMBER 3. 1919 I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY PAGE 5 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY. Kairrrri at Hie SEPT XIlt I xconit clain .natter. l'ot Offirr at ("lovfrport, Ky. , ' THIS "APFR REPRESF.N ITD FOR FOREIGN " ADVERTISING BY THE Q QINI RAL orFICtS NEW YORK AND CHICAGO AMCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES KATES POR POLITICAL For For For Far For For $ 2.WI Precinct and City OfficM. i .vim l.ounty Oflicrs.. fin.OO State tnd District 0kt Calif, prr linr .10 .10 Canla, prr linr allatinna in the interest of l'nlili individual or rxpreaaion of individ- ual virwa, per line .10 STARK-LOWMA- N CO. Representatives Louisville Interesting Persona Mention Gardner Hawkins, of St?pncnspoi 1, was in Cloverport. Monday. Mr. J. Proctor Keith, of Elizabeth-town- , was in this city Saturday. Mrs. John Newbauer, of Louisville, is the guest of Miss Carrie Tucker. Mr Will Jolly has returned from Mattoon, III, to his old home at y. Mrs. James McCann, of Rome, fnd., is visiting her brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Knight V. O. Wood and Walter Weise, of McQuady, were in Cloverport, Wednesday on business. Miss Lenora McGavock was in Holt, Sunday visiting her aunt, Mrs. Zack Hardin and Mr. Hardin. Mrs. Herbert Beard, of Hardins-buris visiting her sister, Mrs. Forrest Lightfoot and Dr. Lightfoot. Miss Vannie Cohen spent Sunday with and Monday in Jeffersonville, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cohen. W. B. Oelze. of Louisville, spent with his mother, Mrs. the week-en- d Mary Oelze and sister, Mrs. Ethel O. Hills. Editor Willis, of the Irvington Herald, and Mrs. Willis, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Har- g, rington. Floyd Carter, of Irvington spent .Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Fladge Carter and sister, Miss Margaret Williams, of Hawes-villmotored here Monday to spend the daywith his cousin, Mis Frances Sawyer. Mrs. Eliza Taylor, of Hardinsburg, motored here Sunday to see her sisters, Mrs. H. V. Duncan and Mrs. J. H. Rowland. i Miss Gussie O'Byran, of Tobins-por- t, has gone to Irvington where she will teach this year in the Irvington Public school. Mrs. Hugh Gabbert, of Washington, D. C, is the guest of her par- Carter. Mr. Charlie e, Rev. A. H. Couch and Mr ent Cnnrh, thin week Mr ;inl Mr- - lrin Mercer and Children, of Kosetta were guest of Mr and Mrs. J. M Harrington. Sal iirday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Wilbut ( haptn, of .nttisville, were guests of Mr Chap in's parents. Mr and Mrs I. V Chapin on Labor Day. Mrs T N. Brickey. of Mattingly. is having a very enjoyable visit in .ilnnsport, Ind., with Mrs Alfred Hawkins and Mrs Bone Pate. Mr. and Mrs Weaver latum and children left Tuesday for Atlanta, Ga. for with Mr. Tat tun's brother. Mr. and Mrs Eugene Tatum. Miss Nellie May Winchell. Hard insburg Route No. I went to Holt. Thursday to visit her aunt. Mrs. Fred Dutschke and Mr. Dutschke. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hill and Mrs Hill's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Penner have returned from a short visit in Henderson, with Mr Penner's mother, Mrs. Penner. Mr and Mrs. I.. T. Rcid chaperoned the following to Tell City, on Labor Day: Misses Emily Reid. Ruth Chanibliss, Lillian Cart, Martha Willis and Mary Owen Oelze. Miss Ruth Chambliss, of Hardinsburg and Miss Lillian Cart, of Union Star, arrived Monday to asciime their duties as teachers in the Cloverport Public School for this year. Mr. and Mrs. James Winchell, who have been visiting relatives in Cloverport and Tobinsport for several weeks returned to their home in Sed-aliMo. on Monday evening. . Mrs. Jake Macer and her daughter. Mrs. Joe Opperman and children, of Howell, Ind.. to their home after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. William Hollious. Mrs. Burl Parson and little daughter, Miss Mildred Bernice Parson, of Vincennes, Ind., arrived Sunday evening for a visit with Mrs. Parson's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Galloway and son. who have been spending the summer in Hiseville, returned Friday and they are keeping house in the McAfee property on Railroad St. Mr Jess Owen, who underwent an operation several weeks ago in Louisville is at home for a visit with his mother; Mrs. J. T. Owen, and sister, Mrs. John Matthews, of Dallas, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hattintan vent to Louisville, Monday to accompany their son. Robert H unman, who enters the Louisville Male high School this week for the fall and winter term. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Rhodes and infant son. spent Sunday the guests of Mrs. Rhodes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Crenshaw near the Tar Springs, and were in Hawesville, ' Monday.- - Cloverport people who attended the opening of the Daviess County Fair in Owensboro, on Labor Day were: Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hoffious, Mr. and Mrs. John Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Warfield Collins Miss Jane Lightfoot, daughter of Dr. Forrest Lightfoot and Mrs. Lightfoot, left Tuesday morning for Louisville whr-she will take a I course in music at the Louisville Conservatory of Music. Mrs. Richard Pearson and son, James Orville Pearson, of Evansville, with Mrs. Pearson's mother, Mrs. I I a, have-returnec I been (pending the summer with her Hncle, Mr. and Mrs E B Oglesby, 1r within 2 milrn hftV for POP AALR of lo rrport left Monday f ir Paducah to spend 'on, cu nH nlfi tMipuhir, hrrrh anH hirkory I haven't tie day and will join Mrs Lightfoot Oak. to timr thrm awr.l up Julian If Brown. ('tovcTfrort, Ky Miller and son. there to return to the (Iter's home in Cruger, Miss. FOR SAl.K nr n ymr ol hav horv in (omlitfnn. ffoml lirntlr, sjool tor ridinv. Mr and Mrs Geo. Crist and Mrs Iriving and any kind of farm work A hijr John Carson, of this city. Miss He hrnod now, frood y nun hariram at $WO rrti, hi .tern red to food rrd male1, ha a CCS Kicketts. of Mississippi, and good malr ralf, at a timr. Aluo tin itif Mi I'ercy Carson, of Lout. e, have Rhodra, AH red. wrrks old J been the reeent guests oi Mr. an i dion, Ky. Mrs. Karl Summers in Henderson. will awtl my rutin hemMM KtR SAl.K and bHchcn furniture, sjardrn toola. .prinjr Lon Walker, of Hardinsburg, was wavon. etc.. to the high. t hidder on Sat in Louisville'. Monday of last week. unlay. Sept l i o K. Shively, Stephen-po- rt K Misses Frances and Christine Rhodes, of Addison Messrs. Harry POf BALI1 Lwiflbef, "W framing attaff , v I 1". Scheattgen. of Chicago, and Eli Pool M4 IS, IlleVlC in all a (out 4.twMl feet on my farm pi i Ira of McQuady. accompanied by Miss orth .if Mi Ouady near old St Mary' Corrine QuigKins spent Wednesday at Marti. V O Wood. MrUuadv, Ky the Tar Springs KOR S. LK My houae in King wood, k B room houae, well of fine water, new harn, Lcn Gregory, of Paducah. was in lot of fruit. Act quickly for bargain this city Sunday, the guest of friends A (ialloway. Kingwood, Ky, Mr and Mrs. James Acos, of FOR SALE At a bargain. Mail five Owensboro, were the guests last week touring car in first claia condtttofl nf her mother, Mrs. Joe Beavin and For further information see Jamea Fitch. Cloverport, Ky Mr. Beavin. of near Cloverport They left Sunday for Petersburg, Ky. to FOR SAl.K Oac home. M yeara old and' Buggy anil harnes. two short mare 7. look after their interests in that place. I James McCann and her sister, Mrs CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS MOM I'nniphrey spent five days last NOTE Plrmr notify the? fditor mi jrou week at the Tar Springs d rrt urmmij ilWcontinuctl ilenire Mi Ii Martha Lee Miller, who bai PdR SALE ftp Books Needed. PtRST GRADE. Retail Mat Kasy Road to Heading Primer $" 2l Beginnera' it. Pencil Hook it.'i Kentucky School Talilet No I Th, hr SIXTH GRADE of Words Fifth Haliliurion and Norvell Reader Mastery 117 1 SECOND GRADE The Mastery of Words .HI I Winston First Reader Modem Klimrntary Arithmetic Writing ataos Ma. Kentucky School Talilet No 2 M :il .05 ll'i BJ III THIRD GRADE. :tl JKl .'Ml Modem Advanced Arithmetic Studies in F.ngliah, Book I World tiroghraphy. Book I The Wiley Health Reader l sup Kinkead's History of Kentucky Nolan s Agriculture V riting Book No . Kentucky School Taldet No. 5 M .72 72 M M M :ui ."2 IU 1 -- sUft-lf- l, 'A The Mastery of Words Winston Second Reader Modern Klementary Arithmctu Writing Rook No 2 Kentucky School Taldet No. .'I SEVENTH GRADE The Mastery of Words Modern Advanced Arithmetic Studus in Knglish. Rook II World tieography. Book II us ' -- FOURTH GRADE The Mastery of Words Winston Third Reared Modem Klementary Arithmetic 4lfJ 4JI-iI Hi III Dickson's Advancrd History The Body and Its Defenses Nolan's Agriculture Dunn s The Community Citiaen Writing Book No. II Kentucky School Taldet and the M us V4Ui fcuuNiau' (ataV (iulick'a Cood Health Writing Hook No :i Kentucky School M M 1(5 No .1 .115 itnlur(f, horn balls. 1.. M. Ilavin. Ky. Har FIFTH HaHbartea Society Items FOR SAI.F. hull calvea Two I). high gra.le S. Burlc, A.hliaon, Pole-Au(r- Ky. FOR Of Local Interest Miss Cecil Jolly Weds Mr. Stanley Jones, of Fordsville. The marriage of Miss Cecil Lee Jolly and Mr. Stanley Burton Jones, of Fordsville, was solemnized in Jeffersonville, Monday afternoon, September 1, l'Jl'j. The ceremony was witnessed by Miss Gussie Burke and Mr. George McMannus. both of this city, who accompanied the bride and groom to Jeffersonville. Miss Jolly is the pretty and attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Jolly, and she was one of the graduates of the l!U class of the Cloverport High School. Mr. Jones is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Jones, of Fordsville, and is a brakeman on the L H. & St. L. R. R. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will make their home in Louisville. This popular young couple have the good wishes of their host of friends in this city. Mr. Paul Tilford' nice Short Horn Bull, 0 monthn old. 10 nice piga weight 3.r and W pounds. - Hcauchamp Burton. Myntic, Ky. I SAl.K WANTED WANTKI)-- - One portahlr saw mill anl Kngine OM Hickory Novelty for caah. Co., Harrlinahurg Ky. and Reader The Mastery of Words Modem Advanced Arithmetic Stadias in baflHak, Book I World fieography. Book 1 F.vans First Lessons in Amen can History (iulicks (iood Health Writing Book No. 4 Kentucky School Taldet No 4 No II GRADE. NarvaM Fourth Talilet t."i EIGHTH GRADE The Mastery of Words Madara 4dVaaaad Arithmetic Studies iii :tii .37 :HI :1 72 .47 III ti.T SI 52 Knglish' Book II Composition Hitchcock's and Rhetoric .. World Geography. Book II I. UN .ON Dickson's History Advanced The Body and Its Defenses Dunn's The Community and The Citizen Nolan's Agriculture ruing Book No. 7 Kentucky School Tablet No .1 LOST KOl Xri-l- ln the Harrlinahur ami Cloverport pike, auto wheel and tire. Owner can (ret tnrm hy paying for this advertisement. W rite J. W Meador. Custer. Ky. lr a bonefelon on her right thumb. She is under the care of Dr. Parish. The thumb is little better at this writing. Noltes Department Store Cloverport, Kentucky Mr. Carl Beaven left home last Monday for Rockport, Ind., to find employment. Mrs. Tinius and Mrs. Wm. Gilbert, of Stephensport passed through town Saturday enroute to Tobinsport. where they will visit Mrs. Dora Real Estate Deals. l Barbeccued t Mutton Again. an- - supper and serve Mr. and Mrs. James H. Sablie mo- taken place recently in this placewere barbecued mutton too, besides there tored to the Tar Springs and spent Lindsay McGary's purchase of Judge will be music and dancing on his farm the day with Mrs. Jess Isom. S. P. Payne's residence on Second Miss Annie Huff returned home street, and Mr. Pleasant Payne, of on the Hill, Thursday evening, Sept. after a two weeks visit with her niece. Harned, bought Fred Canon's resi- 4. Dili. Eva Margaret, daughter oi Mr aaxl dence on Main street between First If you enjoyed the last one show Mrs. Allen Black, returned from and Second stree. it hy coming to this one! ice Armstrong. Hardinsburg. Ky.. Sept. 1. (Special) "r 1'wo important real estate deals to other ii "ejarneii win give cream Franklin Girl. Mr. A. Paul Tilford. of Fordsville, and Miss Leva Schugart, of Franklin, Ky., were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Rev. G. W. Schugart and Mrs. Schugart on A Marries Tilford lived in Fordsville during pastorate there- erf the Methodist church. Mr. Tilford recently returned from France and after receiving his honorable release from the service he accepted a position with the L. & N. ber-fathe- August Mrs. 28, ma R. R. in Louisville. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tirford, of Fordsville. Mr. and Mrs. Tiliord will reside at 215 West Broadwav, Louisville. S. A. Davis Given A Surprise Birthday Party. Woodrow, Sept. 1. (Special) On August 27th., a crowd gathered at the home of S. A. Davis, with presents useful and oramental to surprise htm, d it being his birthday. At one o'clock they assembled on the back porch where an abundance of good things were served. Those that enjoyed the pleasant afternoon were: Messrs. and Martin, of Big Spring; W. Henry Board, B. H. Springgate, Ernest Meador, J. W Blair. J. W. Davis, F. M. Milburn, E. E. Davis. Messrs. I. E. Davis, of Texas. Chas. Alexander, "Tobe" Carman, Tom Miss Davis. fifty-seconMes-dames. Louisville. Sunday where she had been visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Newbcaur. Mrs. Zack Burden and son. Jack Main, were the week-en- d guests of Mrs. Sahlie. Mr. and Mrs. Jess lsom are staying at the Tar Springs for a while. isitir.r, in Mrs. Ed Nicholas is Evansville. Word has been received here that her child is .juite ill Work has been going on for several days in freshening CO the school building and cleaning v. tho grourds. Misses Louise and Wilbur Miles, of Evansville, are visiting Miss Mary Canary. Mr. Henty Lewis is ai.le to be up after a spell of illness. Know Rat-Snap- ." GOLDEN DRY GOODS RULE 69c ZDu 15c STORE GROCERIES Good Some of Our Weekly Specials. Kenutiful C.eorgette or Crepe de Chine Waists in flesh pink, French blue, niaie, white or sa tnon colors, beautifully embroidered CI lA Just received a full line l.vU of ii ' Yoi eaud Or gandv Waists for Fall wear; handsomely trimmed; solid white and white with colored trimmings a full Just CI flfl of arrved fiber line ladies' Silk Jl.UU Hose in black, white, brown antl grey ; sp eutlid values Kxxi CI OR Men s Madras cpia'ity Shirts: stripe callars attached; sizes j to I7. QQ lii-s- tir.dO broom: regular 85c value. quility four-sewe- d OQp per bar. ()ive Sjap; always sells at Pork and For a can of Heech Nut Means: splendid For three bars of Palm 18c grade "Mrs. Keach Tells How She Got To "Have always feared, rats. Lately noticed many on my farm. A neighbor said he just got rid of droves with This started me thinking. Tried myself. It RAT-SNARAT-SNA- P We carrv a complete line of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco Also Staple and Fancy Groceries Highest prices paid for Bring us your llutter and Pro-dur- I.Zj e I Having sold my farm, I now offer at private sale the following desert ed persona ily: One pair of work and brood mares and one nice mare colt (suckling), one four year-olsaddle and harness mare, one two-yeold Percheron sired horse; five head of dairy cows and some choice heifers, one Poland China brood sow will farrow in September, other good hogs (feed ers) one Deering Kinder and one Kmpire grain drill, both good as new; Deering Mower and rake, Chatham Panning Mill (new), one Reid Cultivator, three Wagons, two Buggies and Plows and Harrows ga'ore; one puw r kerosene Kniine. steel grinder, also French stone burrs for grinding table meal, with line shaft and belting complete; (a mo.iey mak er) Other things too numerous to mention Come early or regret it as when you failed to get the fHrm TERMS. d ar six-hor- Personal Property For Sale! and scared the rest away." comes in three sizes, 25c, SOc, $1.0o. Sold and guaranteed by E. A. Hardesty. Stephensport; Conrad Payne & Co. Cloverport; and B. F. killed RAT-SNA- IT P GoldenCloverport, Store! Rule Hy. Bead & Co., Hardinsburg. t J. H. BLYTHE. R. R No. 2, Box 26, Hardinsburg, Ky. Shewing the New Fall Sty Its in Coat Suits and Hats The first of the new fall suits are in stock, and they picture the leading styles in color and tailoring. These suits are in serge, tricotine, and that very stylish new cloth, silvertone. Come early and buy early. The fall ,and winter hats come in large and close fitting shapes; in velvets, hatter's plush with beautiful colored facings. 2,300 Lucky Number The one holding the iiuniber 2,300 made with s puu'htuw on Saturday. Aug. tf, will coiuu in and oll for their hat given uwav on that day. Mrs. Rollic Carden Entertains With a Dinner. Webster, Ky., Auk. 20, J919. (Special) Mrs. Rollie Carden entertained the following to dinner Tuesday: Mrs. G. Clay comb, Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Claycomb and daughter. Ruth Lois. Mrs. Sidney Woosley, Mrs. Anna Kurtz and daughter, Pauline, Mrs Alice Bandy, Mr. and Mrs. D. Claycomb and children, Adrew and Mary Emma, Mrs. Charley Bandy and daughter. Miss Ava, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Parks and son, Robert Brandors, and Mrs. Oma Dugan and daughter, Lola Lucille, of Walters, Every one enjoyed the day Okla. immensely, more especially the nice dinner. Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Company Fourth and Market Streets Louisville, :- -: Kentucky Capital and Surplus $600 000.00 HILL ITEMS Mrs. Eliza Mattingly went to Louiavitle, last Thursday to be with her grandson, Carl Benton, who has typhoid fever. Mr Gabe Beaven has gone to Detroit. Mich., to work in an automobile factory. Mr. Harlan Dunn has bought Mr. Jim Sahlies' house on the Hill. He will take possession in September. Mr. Burt Long of Wavcrley, Ky., visited friends in town Saturday and Sunday enroute to Brandenburg, to see relatives. After three weeks visit to relatives in town Mm Margaret Wine returned to her bona in St. Louis, Mo in order to be ready ioc school on Monday. Mrs- - J. H. McKinncy is at the home suffering intensely with Mrs. Sahlie. , Sat-terhe- HUH LHran We are especially prepared to serve you intelligently in Commercial Banking Savings Accounts Safety Deposit Boxes Trust Business OFFICERS J. BULLhllT, President BKKNHKIM, Vice Pi e. PAUL COMPTON, Seo'y. P L ATHUtTON, Ytta Pres. J. F. KISKN'BKIS, Ast. Sec'y. K. S. KAPIKK, Asst. Treasurer P .1 BOHNK; Treasurer V. B. Mrs. Ethel O. Hilts Cloverport, Ky. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. EZ3Z3 ' wwryr "Tiff f r wy v WHf "wwj ry 'i!P'PiyiippilPlW ae ""!" J'!-- ' I' PAGE! BEWLEYVILLE (By a , THE BTUtClOBNKIDOI NWS, CLOVWUPOUT, Rural School-Teacher- .) JCEWTUCJCY SEPT EMBER RMMlMNriMMMMiHMWill t,ltli CORN, CLOVER AND STOCK CLUB FAIR i Continued from First Page 14 15. 13 10. 10 17. 17 18. 18 19. 19 2. 2. 2. 2. FOR SALE A DANDV HOMIi-Kve- ! In a Unit among the liilli, Away from townn and factory mlllaj Standi a little hamlet neat And the name, I now repeat Ilewleyville in the name. It well deserve a place of fame. Thi wa a town, long yean a (to, to know; More than I profe Then the railroailt took away pointi. they ayj tta trade to other Thone daya are aacreil to the memory still yet in Dewleyville. Of graml-iire- s All along its rocky street, Pleasant faces still we meet: Here in Compton'a store we find Merchandise of many a kind. Mere, we find a social center: Many find their friends, who enter. In churches, here on Sahbath days, Are sermons, prayers, and songs of praise J In places, two, of worship, here Are thoe, who with a conscience clear, No matter what may he their creed Will always prove a friend In need. In a place below the church Sits the wlelder of the birch! The boys and girls are sent to school. Where they try to keep the rule. May heaen help the humble teacher. With mission like to that of preacher. FORD AGENCY THE CAR UNIVERSAL .SO Second J. Floyd Carter. 2. ry thing new. Six room house, good cellar, good well, also good cistern Vter in the Dandy bnrn 3OX3O, house 1ienhouc l540; other outbuildings. Plenty of shade; 16 lots nil togethrr; is fine place for chickens and small dairy See me at once Don't let this slip by you. 2. 20. 20 21. 21 .T 2-- 3, Mules Hcst mule under one year old, Haynes Trent, merchant. Second best G. T. Marshall & Son Undertakers Best mule one year old and under two, J. D. Ashcraft, Hard ware ami Implements Second best, E. L. Henderson, Hotel and Restaurant Best mule two years old and under three", N. Gardner, merchant Second best J. C. Payne, Cashier First State Dank Hcst mule three years old and over, Ed F. Alexander, merchant-SeconIjest, Ed F. Alexander. : Best pair mules, Bank Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Second best Bank of Hardinsburg 5; Trust Co Best three mules three years old and over, Bank of Hardins- 5.00 2.00 5.00 2.50 5.00 3.00 0.00 4.00 8.00 4.00 8.00 5.00 S A LIES AND SERVICE STATION Primrose ,Crcam Separators International Harvester Company Supplies Everything in Building Material Building, Hardware, Auto and Bicycle Supplies Paint, Varnishes and Interior Finishes Cement, Laths, Lime, Plaster, Sand Lubrecating Oils, Pumps,' Electrical Suppliec etc. You will appreciate having our Complete stock to select from and our experience to guide you. L. T. KIRTLEY Irvlngton, Ky. PERMANENT DENTIST Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. Specializing In Trial Practice MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 1C00-7-- 8 Inter-Southe- Building 21 There h a day, one of the best. dressed, When all the folks, best Sunday meets Every one In friend-shiAnd with a smile his neighbor greets; 22 Tis Children's Day, we forget it never, 22 We love it now, it lives 23. When our country called for men, 24. Many helped the war to win; This hamlet gave, as did the rest, 24 Her gallant sons to meet the test. 25. Women, time and money gave, And thus helped to our country sae. 20. 27. From here are lives not spent in vain, Souls of high and noble aim; preached the gospel truth, Some have Some are teachers of thfc youth; Some have sat in Congress halls. 27 Some have answered other calls. :i. 2-- 3. 2. Trust Co.- -, Second best, Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co Hogs Best Duroc boar and two sows, Farmers Bank & Trust Co., Hardinsburg. Ky. Second best, Farmers Bank & Trust Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. Third best, Farmers Bank & Trust Co., Hardinsburg, Ky., Best boar and two sows other than Durocs, Beard Bros., Dealers in live stock and tobacco, Second best. Beard Bros Third best, Beard Bros. Best boar and sow any breedT. R. Blythe, Grocer Best pair Durocs under eight months old, C. C. Smith, Grocer Second best, C. C. Smith Best pair other than Durocs under cight.months old Best boar any breed, C. W. Hawes, Freight agent, L. H. & St. L Best sow any breed, Ed. McAfee, Bridge and Structural foreman, L. H. & St. L & . burg 8.00 4.00 3.00 8.00 4.00 3.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 5.00 5.00 "ivi ARIOJN Cloverport, WEATHERHOLT Kentucky. GENERAL CONTRACTOR t 2. LOUISVILLE If any More Than 20 Years Experience Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST Located permanently in Hardinsburg. Occupying office recently vacated by Dr. Walker. Waste Not, Want Not. Don't let any vegetables go to waste this fall. It will be wise economy to store all that you do not can, dry, celpickle, or brine. A lar is a convenient storage place. If there is no available space here an outdoor pit storage is satisfactory. spot, pile the Select a vegetables in a shallow trench, cover with straw then a layer of dirt, etc., to protect them from freezing, and provide ventilation at the top. well-ventilatwell-drain- one would know the worth Of the best there is un earth; Come to Dewleyville and stay, See neoDle live in a wholesome way. Long may they live in peace together, And dwell in that "fairer land" forever. Sheep Best buck and two ewes, D. C. Hcrdn, Bridge and Culvert salesman IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS Kidney disease Is no respecter of persons. A majority of the llli afflicting people today can be traced back to kidney trouble. Tli kidneys are the most Important rrcana of the body. They are the Qltni-era- , the purifiers, of your blood. Xldney disease Is"usually Indicated by ftarlncBS, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stomach trouble, pain In loins bnd lower abdomen, ll stones, gravel, rheumatism, sciatic ind lumbago. All theso derangements are nature' signals to warn you that the kidneys should use GOLD ned help. You Oil Capsules Imme MSDAL. Haarlem diately. The soothing, healing oil stimulates the kidneys, relieves Inflammations and destroys the germs which have caused It. Do not wait until tomorrow. Oo to your druggist today and Insist on GOLD MEDAL, Haarlem Oil Capsules. In twenty-fou- r hours you should feel health and vigor returning and will bless the 'day you first heard Of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil. After you feel that you have cured yourself, continue to take one or two capsules each day. so as to keen In fl condition anil wnrri nlT tha danger of other attacks. Ask for tho orjglnal Imported OOLD MEDAL, brand. Three sizes. Money refunded If they do not help you. ' 5.00 Horses 28. 28 29. 29 30. 30 31. 31 32. 32 33. 33 2. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS 2. L. T. MINGUS Hardinsburg, Ky. Agant (or 2. JOHN VERNIA & SONS 2. TOMBSTONE WORKS. New Albany, Ind. 2. Your orders will have my prompt attention. See me at Hardinsburg. 2. 34... 34 34 35. 35 35 3C. 3G 2. 3. 2-- 3. 3. NEW OFFERING! $3,000,000 J. C. PENNY COMPANY 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock Company operates the largest chain of department stores of Its kind In states. the world, maintaining 107 .Mores, extending Into twenty-five 2-- 3. 37. 38. Best saddle and harness colt under one year old, A. T. Adkins 5.00 Conductor L. H. & St. I 2.50 Second best, R S. Bandy, farmer and live stock breeder Best saddle and harness colt one and under two, Irvington 5.00 Mill and Elevator Co ' 2.50 Second best, R. S. Bandy Best saddle and harness colt two and under three, Bandy and 5.O0 Pcnick, live stock breeders. 2.50 Second best, John N. Akers,' farmer and feeder Best saddle and harness colt three and under four to be shown 5.00 under saddle and harne.-- s Lon Dowel!, farmer 2.50 Sc.ond best, John N. Akers Best draft colt under one year old, Baskett and Hoskinson, 5.00 farmers and live stock dealers.. 2.50 Second best, J. V. Ater and Son, farmers Best draft colt one and under two, L. T. Kirtley, Life Insurance 5.00 2.50 Second best, J. W. Ater and Son $50.00 Given by Lyddan Bros. John, G. N., Tom, Mike and J. D. 12.50 Best saddle mare or gelding four years old or over 7.50 Second best 5.00 Third best 12.50 Hcst harness mare or gelding four years old or over. 7.50 Second best 5.00 Third best 10.00 of Cloverport Best farm team, Breckinridge-Ban- k of Cloverport- 5.00 Second, Breckinridge-Ban- k Best draft mare or gelding, Breckinridge-Ban- k of Cloverport 5.00 Best farm team, team to count 75 per cent, harness 25 per cent, Breckinridge-Ban- k of Cloverport 5.00 3 f.-.- 'flrst-c'las- -.- H-i'i PROPERTY FOR SALE One bay mare, in good condition, gentle; good for riding, driving and any kind of farm work. A big bargain at $130. filly, not broken. Will One black sell cheap. One good upright piano $140. One Progress Grand base burner No. 16. Will heat more than one room. Will sell for $27. old Dairy Cattle 39. PRICE 98 AND ACCRUED DIVIDEND TO YIELD Special Circular On Request. 210 S. FIFTH 7't. Best calf under one year old, Henry Gibson, farmer Continued on Page Seven 3.00 Coral Whittinghill, Glen Dean, Ky. JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. STREET LOUISVILLE 1 FARM AND STOCK (Continued from Page 4) 5j heads of tobacco. He sold it for $14.75 round. I. 13. Richardson, Garfield, has torn down the old store house formerly occupied by his father. He will erect and install an electric light plant for his home and storehouse o GOOD FARM FOR SALE two miles South west of FOR SALE 119 acio-lan- d mile from Tucker's school-hou.f Stephensport, two miles from Hardinsburjr pike; 80 acres level and rolling, can use tractor or mowing machine. 19 acres pood beech tim er, 20 acres to clear, no rocks and will make line tobacco land. Improvements, dwelling, hen house, meat bouse, stock and tobacco barn. Price $1 700. Very cheap. one-halo, THOS. OLDHAM, Stephensport, Ky. ENOS SPENCER. Ptea. CHAS. G. HARRIS. Vice-Pr- e. R. H. L1NDSEY. Sec'y. r The State Fair opens next week in Louisville. The railroad has offered reduced rates to the Fair and this should be another incentive for the farmer and his wife to have a little trip. Every farmer owes himself and his family a vacation. Arrange your work to take one before it's too late. Another Tobinsnort farmer in this city Saturday was Mr. Alfred Haw-- j kins . Mr. Hawkins had 800 bushels of wheat this year which he sold at the government price and made a pretty good sum Mr. Hawkins also has a good corn crop this year. Dennie Miller has sold his farm, which is known as the Zeno Hendrick farm, also stock and crop to Silas Miller, of Hardinsbrug. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will take possession August -- 7. ' o If I ' 9 :zsM s r - Vl . Commercial School A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OP LEARNING jjjlllljl i::i::d Distinctive Exhibit For Kentucky's Premier Occasion Kentucky Fnlr will -a State flOn the eighth of Sempteiber Hie Among the many open for Its seventeenth iiuminl exhibition. nttnietlve exhibits will ho the Dixie Flyer, n passenger cur tl.at Is truly distinctive, fl The Dixie Is n onr ilmt appeals to people evervwheie. Its tine appearance and honest service and the satisfaction of knowing it Is backed liy an organization of permanence, give car lovers unusual pride of ownership. tfThe Dixie Fiver, Model HS..V), satisfies the discriminating taste. And the 'dealer who will value direct factory connection will realize. In this car a greater opportunity. Snles territory open. Inquire about It. 1! 'fJ lJIJOmR !:::::::: :...::::a w 3tt GUTHRIE STREET, North of PostofTice LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. Students secure Practical, Paying Results. Catalogue sent upon request. GOOD FARM FOR SALE FOR SALE 245 acres of land lying S miles southeast of Cloverport, Kv., and one milo fioin the Bowling Green road. dwelling and a new tenant house; 40 acres in Good 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 combinod; a now stock s fenced. A barbarn pattern. Farm lavs well and gain. Call or write J. 'it KEENAN, Mattingly, Ky. live-rootwo-third- Mrs. Anna Elder has sold her farm near Hardinsburg, to Tom Beard. Mrs. Elder has bought Mrs. Jane Hendrick's property in Hardinsburg and will move in September Now is the time to build the new poultry house or remodel the old one so as to have everything ready and comfortable for the hens that are to produce the winter eggs. y......:2 I J:l!:H:ljJ ll pil!l Kentucky Wagon Mfg. Co., 220 Eatt K Street, Loauville, Ky. Incorporated filft .lllik j JpHlf jBljjH ! is Read What U. S. Dept. of Agriculture Says About What Two Rats Can Do According to government figures, rats breeding continually for three years produce '359,709,482 in7f CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK Preferred us to assets and dividends Annual Sinking Fund payments of dividual rats. Act when you see the 10 of net earnings will be used to purchase Preferred Stock at not over first rat, don't wait. P is 110 and accrued dividend. the "Surest, cleanest,, most convenient Net earnings for past three years have averaged over four times dividend exterminator. No mixing with other requirements on this stock. foods. Drys up after killing leaves Net quick assets equul $131 per share on all Preferred Stock, und total net no sinell. Cats or dogs wont touch JuieU equal $' per shure. 'it,k .Sold and guaranteed ' by E. A. Hardcsty, Stephensport; Conrad Special Circular on Request. PRICE IOO. Payne & Co., Cloverport; and 0. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. . .,, LOUISVILLE, KY. IO S. TRY A WANT'AD'tODAY two RAT-SNA- WOOD, STUBBS & COMPANY JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. Filth Street, i - jiiii Tin I 11 nT?i$Hyi!l! Wt 1 SEPTEMBER 3. 1919 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY CORN, CLOVER AND STOCK CLUB FAIR Continued from Page Six 3 l-- PAGE 7 Tlfe Hill Grocery Is the place. Bargains fn' thia week HOr I .Oi bucket part Inril 6,sr 90c biootn WV broom "0c .Wc apple butter 3OC 3OC :15c peach butter . t, 40 41. 41 10c l.V Waahingtnn Macaroni... . Light House cleanaer 4c And other such bargains. Drop in and aee for yourself 6. Wethington. Cioverport. Ky. rriap M lSc 41. 43. 4.1 Henry Gibson Best cow, J. W. Milburn, Grocer Best bull and three cows. Parks Pharmacy. Second best, Parks Pharmacy Best bull, J. M. Rhodes, farmer and timber dealer Beef Cattle Best calf under one year old, Meade Co. Deposit Bank.. ScCOltd best, on 5.0O 6 00 t 00 5.00 44. 45. 4." DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders 46 47. 47 48. Second best, Meade Co , Deposit Rank- Best cow, Meade Co. Deposit Bank Best bull and three cows, Meade Co Deposit Bank Second best, Meade Co. Deposit Bank Best bull, Meade Co. Deposit Bank Best group of five cattle, beef type, Irvington Hardware 3.00 1 00 500 6.00 4.00 Great State Fair Get Acquainted Offer or Central's Ml Si Beffinninjr 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. The purpose of this offer is to get every home in your community acquainted with our store and the way we iln huln-ss- . Implement 48 49. Co Ml Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County 2. 49 2. Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Dtan, Ky. 50. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep. Have won Polled Durham Cattle. 50 51. 51 4 00 Second best, Irvington Hardware & Implement Co Best beef any age, Sidney Owen, live stock breeder.. Ml 2 00 Second best, Sidney Owen Best display of live stock, H. H. Norton, farmer and live ..... N 00 stock dealer 1 00 Second best. W J. Piggott, Pres. First State Bank Bette4 Baby Contest .t.oo Child under one year old, C. L. Winn, Mill and Light Plant Second best, C. L. Winn Ml Child one and under thrte, Quincy Woosley, farmer Ml 2.08 Second best. Quincy Woosley . Fvpry ! - of in your your county hun-ilntl- bnvc hmiL'lit liiini u. A :i rr suit of tha antiafnetlnn cur goad have u'iM-o- . tiny hats NM i our thtir friend trait Imm grown continually, H' Ritihous at State Fairs in 52 l- Tobacco Best five nil Five Years 3. stalks of Burley tobacco, . Kdwin Foote, farmer and .100 2.0 If you attend the State Fair this year, come in and see our grfat home furnish- tag store. We'll bp giad u bare you: to show you anything in w inch ymi are and ant wvrnty employe will do i'x t poMihle lor your convenience m comfort. inti-resH- machinist 52 53 Valley Home Stock Farm W J. OWEN 4 SONS. Propietora Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle 54 1- best, Edwin Foote Third best, Edwin Foote Best stalk of Burley, Edwin Foote Second best, Edwin Foote Best hand of old tobacco, F.dwin Foote Second best. Edwin Foote Second 00 I.S0 50 I 50 1.00 Display 55. 3.01) Best decorated window, Lon Cowley, farmer to visit the Fair can use the ORCHARD HOME FARM 56. 2.00 Second best, Lon Cowley convenient coupon to order O. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor 57. &Son Best decorated automobile in parade. B. W. Carter Inami shipment will made 10 00 promptly, Any parti broken in . Breeder ot Walnut Grove Stock F'arm aaipasent win bp reptaeed free. 5.00 fcVj Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs 57-- 1 Second best, F. Sadenwater, Barber ffMVal 3.00 Best decorated buggy, O. F. Bright, Traveling Salesman 98. Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 2. . 2.00 Second best, O. F. Brite. 58 Central Furniture Co., Best looking couple riding horseback, decorations to count 48-Pie- ce Louisville, Ky. THE HOWARD FARMS 3.00 fifty per cent, Ludwell Adkisson, farmer Gentlemen: Tha KIM Bird is symbolic of happiness mul good-lurAnd It SON, Prop. 2.00 59 2. Second best, Ludwell Adkinsson J. 11. HOWARD is combined in tha de oration oi thane dishes in n vaty attractive Inclosed find $ 10 0O Best decorated float. W. B. Taylor, dentist Shorthorn and Polled Catle Roam Sultan, a 60. nay, rjvery wnsona who sops it want h sat and navvy man Im prou'i (ChecK, PoRtoffiee order, son of White hall Snltan. heada the herd. 61. 3 00 Two cutest kiddies in parade, J. B. Gibson, farmer of them, too I Money Duroc Hogs, Sprague Defender heada the order or Express 2. 2.00 61 herd. Second best, J. B. Gibson money order) for which Tha Identical set Is pictured above. It consists of 48 pieces us Young stock for Sate at all times. s'lip me one o? vour 48 3.00 62. Most comical turnout in parade, Geo. H. Board, Hardawre. follow It will pay you to visit our farms. Piece Sets of Blue Bird 2.50 Best young lady rider, S. C. Dowell, farmer 6 Dinner Plates 6 Teacups -: -: Glen Dean, K,y. 63. Dishes as described in your 6 Pie Pates 6 Saucers 1.50 63 3. Second best, S. C Dowell ad. It is understood that 6 Butter Servers 0 Soup Plates 100 63 2 3. Third best, S. C. Dowell any pieces broken in ship1 Salad Dish 6 Fruit Dishes ment re to be repl?.cJ Best girl rider under sixteen years, Henry Bandy, farmer- 1.50 64. 1 Sugar Bowl, 1 Deep Vegetable with ccver Dish free. Broken ones to be re1 Meat 1 Cream Pitcher Hardinsburg, Ky. 1.00 Second best, Henry Bandy 64 1 Patter to you. turned .50 64 Third best. Henry Bandy. Dealer in If you need dishes order this attractive, serviceName g farmer-Secon65. 2.50 Best matron rider. Ginger Bandy. able set today. It is not only an untisnally d LIVE STOCK AND pattern, hut at our eat acquainted price it 1.5o 65 best. Ginger Bandy Address ll a bargain not be found anywhere. Kor cash or TOBACCO 1.00 65 Third best, Ginger Bandy our monthly payments the price Is the same. Shipping Point. 2.50 Best Gentleman rider. Ginger Bandy 1.50 Second best. Ginger Bandy 66 If you wish to pay cash sma $6.98, check, postoffice order or Express order. If you choose, the 00 66 2 Third best. Ginger Bandy monthly payment plan send $1.98, check, posteffice or Express order. The dishes will be shipped at once Hardinsburg, Ky. Haddock, grocer 1.50 Best old gentleman rider. Herbert 67. then you pay $1.00 each montn for five months. Order today. Use the coupon. Orders are filled aa received. Dealer in . 1.00 Don't delay. You will be mighty we'l pleased with our get acquainted set of dishes. 67 fi Second best, Herbert Haddock High-Clas- s Horses, Mules, Fine SadHorse Ridden in Gentleman's Ring Must go at Least Three Gaits. dle and Harness Horses. Best child rider under twelve years. Chas Wigginton, produce 68. .00 It will pay you to visit my Stables and poultry .... 1.00 Rev. A. X. Couch on Foreign MisSecond best. Chas Wigginton 68 .50 sions: Rev. E. B. English on Home 68 Third best, Chas Wigginton 1.00 M issions. Bfst boy rider under sixteen years, Mrs. Geo. Bandy The above reports were very ably .50 Second best, Mrs. Geo. Bandy. 69 G. N. Lyddan 1.00 discussed by Dr. E. B. Hatcher, Rev. pony, Prof. H. R. Kirk Best saddle Do yon know that we keep a full line of feed for your FARMER AND FEEDER 70 R. Black, Publicity Director; and . .50 J. Second best. Prof H. R. Kirk Dr. O. E. Bryan, Cor. Sec, and put stock right here at your door. Why waste time and Irvington, Ky. .. Third best, Prof. H. R. Kirk before the Association the "Baptist 70 Fourth best, Prof. H. R. Kirk money going to other places to buy when you can get it $75,000,000 Campaign." which the As5.00 sociation heartily approved of by a Best saddle and harness stallion, C D. Hardaway. farmer WEBSTER STOCK FARM 71 at home. Best saddle and harness mare or gelding. Col H. J. Gorsuch, rising vote. H. H. NORTON, Owner 10.00! Real Estate and Loan Thursday Morning. 3.00 Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in 72. Smoothest running motor, Frank Hall, mechanic The devotional exercises on ThursHorticultural prizes will appear in catalog begin now to train Corn, Hay, Oats, Bran, Dairy Feed, Cotton Seed All Kinds of Live Stock. day morning were led by Rev. C. L. your pumpkin vines. -: -: Kentucky. Webster. Meal, Chicken Feed and a Full Line of Groceries. Prices Nicely. A special collection was taken for Rev. P. M. Whitlow, of Bowmar. Right and Prompt Service. Ky., amounting to $25. OH. In the afternoon, Rev. A. N. Couch was elected as a messenger to the Harned, Ky. Southern Baptist Convention and Rev. J. H. Blackburn as alternate. Messengers elected to the General As (Continued from Page 1) sociation were A. N. Couch. E. B Gibson. Grayson Payne, and Tom English. M. I'. Compton and It. S. English. SERVICE ' Robertson. Rev. E. B. English was elected to preich the opening sermon nevt j car Rev. English Selected Moderator. 99 s6 I!, Rev. H. S. English was elected by for the Association and Rev unanimous vote for Moderator; W riutcherscii as alternate. aaa C. Moorman was elected clerk for Next Meeting At Macedonia. unsuing year by unanimous vote: and Our steady and progressive growth is due, in a great J. M. Fitch was elected as assistant was voted that the next meet- It measure, to the new business recommended by old O Moderator. ing be held at the Macedonia ctwrch O Rev. J. B. Herndon and Rev. A. N. one and a half miles southwest of customers, for which we are grateful. C Couch were elected as a committee Rockvale on Wednesday after fourth to arrange the order of business. Sunday in August in 1U20 Our otticers are always glad to further the interests The annual sermon was preached The church apportionments were by Rev H. S. English, and the morndivided as follows: of our yjrowintr list of depositors and welcome each ing session closed with prayer by 5 years 1 year -- $1,500 opportunity to render additional service. Rev. O E. Bryan. $ .100 Bewleyville 350 Black Lick - - - - 1,750 Afternoon Session. 300 1,500 Clover Creek 1,200 In the afternoon the following visit- Cioverport - - - - $0,000 500 2,500 ing brethern were noticed; Dr. O. E. Corinth 2,250 450 Ky. Bryan, Cor. Sec; Dr E. B. Hatcher, English 100 500 Louisville, representing the new Friendship 500 2,500 Western Recorder; Rev C. L Nicely, Garfield PROGRESS MILES-HUGHE00 3,000 Louisville; Rev J. R. Black, 1'ubli Goshen S 000 city Director, Louisville; J. M Fow- Hardinsburg - - - - 3.000 300 ler, Bagdad, Ky.; Rev. Wm. Bruner, Hites Run - - - - 1,500 Ninth and Liberty Streets 2,000 40o Salem Association; Rev Crit Truman, Irvington 1,000 Macedonia Ml Daviess County Association. 200 Reports were heard from J. B. New Bethel - - - - 1,000 500 Herndon on District Missions; Rev Stephensport - - - - 2,500 500 8,500 J. B. Hutchcrson 011 State Missions; Walnut Grove - Those who do not expect jHV Blue Bird Set of Dishes -: 1- -: : :- :- 1- - 2- good-lookin- - 2-- f 6 .98 C V. Robertson 1 1 1 - PARK PLACE We Want You To Read This 2- - 1- What We Keep :- :- GENERAL REPORT WHILE IN THEJCITY call and look over our stock WILBUR PILE OF BAPTIST ASS'N for bargains in .1 TO LIVE IS TO GROW. Fords Buick Stutz Hupmobile Oakland's Chandler Packard " Oldsmobile FIRST STATE BANK Irvington. AUTOMOBILE CO. Louisville, Kentucky. When in need ol a MONUMENT or marker, write or call J. P. Keith, Elizabethtown, Ky. Will be in Clo- verport two days each month. Write for appointment. . WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS BRECKINRIDGE BANK OF CLOVERPORT SECURITY EDWARD BOWNE, President SERVICE CONTENTMENT PAUL LSWIS. Cashier Am m position to save you money on anything in this line that you might need. PAGE 8 E noc 3oc THE BR EC KEN RIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY 10XL oc oc m SEPTEMBER 3, 1919 5oE BE OI SWEATERS September monihlgl Cttl for sweaters. You will find we li.iw I Iwgl MkrCtkM f the best values the market oUtft. ThtM fOodfl were bougfll when the market was at its lowest The prices range from the lower gradtl to the best. The values cannot be duplicated. TktM COol E-F-DEf?RDS2) OUR UNDERWEAR 4 Means comfort, so perfectly are they tailored. is none of the There v stretching and pulling thai goes with HARDINSTiURG KENTUCK- Y- underwear. Advance Styles in Fall Millinery I are show ing I large line of new Kail Stonehill. Chicago, pattern hats and new shapes and all new trimmings. The early season colors are: Taupe, Brown. C Oral. Blue and Black, in solid colors and color combinations. You will be pleased with ur showing of Stonehill Pattern hats, fashioned by the hands of the cleverest designers are these hats in which youthfulness has been daintily pictured. Such millinery is worth a trip to our store. W Children's Footwear There is a great deal of excitement and wild and unfounded statements as regards prices of many lines of merchandise for coming season. It has ever been the policy of this store to be a real service to this We are merchants and it is our aim to be good merchants and to keep ourselves posted as to merchandise values at all times. Prices are high and are going to be still higher. For the past several months, we have been watching the market and at every opportunity, have taken advantage to protect ourselves and you. upon Fall and Winter requireconi-munitv. Romping, jumping and prancing through school days requires footwear that is essentially comfortable, well fitting and serviceable, mad- - of best materials. Our footwear is representee of the highest in the shoemaker's art, and the value are exceptional. Red Cross Shoes for Women Red Cross shoes, a new line. For several reasons we have felt that we must add a line of strictly high grade shoes for women. After considering many different lines we decided on Red Cross shoes, which we believe to be the best. The shoes are made in a factory devoted to women's fine shoes evclusively and you will find them perfect in every detail. ments. Ginghams Checked and plaid ginghams making charmAnd ing dresses for street and general wear. fashgingham is a most popular material for the ionable young miss. You will rind our selection of ginghams ex ceedinglv smart. Also priced very reasonably. The good values in ur stock are incentives to immediate selection for Autumn needs. A Special Value In 40c 36 Inch Percales at 35c While there is an existing scarcity of merchandise and many items cannot be bought at any price, at the same time, there will be other items to take their place and there is no cause for speculation in merchandise, but it stands everyone in hand to protect themselves on their Fall and W inter requirements, because of the fact that merchandise offered now, is below the price at which it can be duplicated. This is especially true of all lines of dry goods, shoes, clothing and rubber High prices encourage the counterfeiting of merchandise. W ith lots of people, price is the first consideration. We cannot impress upon vou too stronglv, the importance of buying merchandise of known quality and from reliable sources, as anything offered at cheap prices is bound to be of inferior quality. foot-wear. Floor Coverings Our stock of floor coverings is complete at money saving prices. A wide range of Japan mattings at 50c per yd. Floor-cra- ft fiber carpet, guaranteed fast colors, will not fade with sun or washing 75c per yd. 9x12 Rugs in all grades a special $32.50 Rug at $27.50 Comfort shoulders" the kind you've been getting, perfect fit. full value, long wear you are sure of these things in That is '"head and The Importance of Value giving the antecedent of stability in merchandise was never greater than it is today. Our merchandise has been selected in anticipation of your demand and every article is the best obtainable at its price. Standards of qualitv, style and workmanship, are higher than ever before. Our new stocks are a source of pride to us and are certain to be a source of satisfaction to you. The trend of prices in all lines are higher and on merchandise offered now. the prices are lower than they will be later. We want to emphasize the importance ot buying quality and not price, as sACrcuantltaj ottered ft cheap prices can only be of inferior quality. :ft Hosiery Our hoisery section offers many values that won't last the season through. Ladies silk hose at $1.00. $1.2:.. $1.50 and $2.00 represent values that you won't find later, in fact they are Mk a pair below their present value. Buv children's school hose now. at money saving prices. Special in Children's fine and Kabo the Live Model Corset KABO designing is done by experts, women who have spent their lifetime in studying the subject. It costs less to design corsets on dummies, but the KABO "live model" system produces good corsets. Your next corset should be a KABO. Mi n heavy ribbed hose at 25c 1 Sizes .Vs to 10's. not to exceed to any one customer. doz. pairs gjfj ioi 5iczr3oi ) rr and lot S 8- io i ioi ipr ic.orz.Diic T LqEZZizzJB IRVINGTON Mi,s kubv Havues Hook, of Louis ville, has bcetl the Kiicst of Miss Helen Hoard Haynes Trent was in St. Louis. last week purchasing goods. Misses Alberta and Bertha Mills, of Rhode Ha, hVt been the guests of Miss Kvelyn King. Mrs Adele Contllff spent last week s in Louisville with her sisters. Bridwcll and Crouch. Mrs T. R. Blythe visited Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Withers at Kirk, last week Mr and Mrs. Pierce, of Louisv ille, W. has been the guest of Dr. Meador and Mrs Mcador Mr- Manuel Brooks entertained the little folks Thursday from '.' to t in honor ii Missvs Elizabeth Willis. Ruth and Anna kiiilev Clarence McGloti.lan. of Nashville. Tenn.. is visiting his parent, Mr and Mrs T, V Midlothian Kdiinuid Carter will ittcud school ;u Si Marys college. Mrs t'assie Bath and son. of UNION STAR Louisville, are visiting Mr. ami Mis. large crowd a Quite attended Tom Thomas. Misses Marv Alexander and Julia church at Shiloh. Sunday. Rev HuntsLyon entertained at MM, Friday af- man delivered two excellent sermons. ternoon from : ::ai to t .:su at the home Plenty of dinner tor everybody. Mr Wash Cashhun and mother. of Miss leander Five tables plav-eMis Geo. Cashman, of Lodiburg and Mr. and Mrs George Drurv and Mis Cora ( ashman Shrewsberry and son, James fhancey Drury. oi Vint daughter, oi Crawfords villa, lnd.. Grove, pent last week with Mr and spent Saturday with Mrs. M. J. Cros-so- n and Miss Liss Cashman. Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan Miss Rawena Kehn. ot Lodiburg. Mr and Mrs Paul Wilson, of Moravia, spent the weekend with Mr visited her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. JJ. II. Hesler recently and Mrs Jonas Lyon. lames Severs, of Louisville, was the Mis Margaret Chamberlain is vis Kin st of bin mother. Mrs. F. B. Sev-c- i itmg relatives in Cleveland, ) s. last Saturday and Sunday. Fair, Don't forget the Country Stanford Bashaui. of Frymire, callSept Hi and W, Dona l.yddan will attend school at ed on Miss Frances Severs, Sunday afternoon Elk ton. Roy Met 'iii was the guest of his Mrs. K. L. Sleamaker is visiting mother two davs of last week. He relatives at Upton. Alvin Rict and Leonard Calloway, Htai enrOUtC to bis duties in Wheelof Louisville, spent last week with ing, West Va. Mis Kssve WegeaaSI was the guest Mr. and Mrs John Galloway. Hcurv Dutschke. of AmMr and Mis S Gardner motored ol kfrs to Stcphciisport. Sunday and spent nions. Tuesday. I', A. N ,M "1 I S Ml I home the day with Mr and Mrs night Mom Owcnsboro and latdncr Henderson, where lie had been visitDr ami Mi, W B Taylor entertained Tridav wining in honor of ing Ins daughters. Mrs Will ( henault their house guest. Miss Cora Guthrie, ..nd Mrs Roy Galloway Mis Sam Bobbins, who burned of Owcnsboro A watermelon faaal her foot with hot grease, several days Mas enjoyed Misses Susie Thomas Payne and ago. we are sorry to say is not doing Helen Board will leave next Monday very well Several from this community atfor Rtataellvilie, where they will at tended the Baptist Association at tend Logan College Wednesday Grove. and Forrest Slith has bought I. T Walnut 'Thursday K in lev's pro party Mrs Nannie Bobbins is visiting her Mrs C I. Bandv visited at Fords-ville- . SDBi Sain Bobbins, ol Amnions list week Mis Horace McCo) was the dm Mr and Mrs Henry Kendall spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs net guest of Mis Lee Weedman. last M onday. Glen Bunger Mr and Mrs Andy McCoy, who Baxter, Elizabeth Misses Elizabeth I am. Margaret. Virginia ami Sue have been spending some time with Messrs Ken Bandy, J L). their brother and niece, A. N McCoy Band Mes-dame. att-inoov d -- Moreiuen Lyddan. Lewis Bennett and Wilbur Parks motored to Sul- phur Well Sunday afternoon Thev enjoyed an open air lunch. Mr and Mr-.- . A. T. Dram and son. Lcrcy Evani Drane. sps'tit last veek v iih Judge S I!. Payne and Mrs. Payne, in Hardinsburg. T.vii Airs. Xorris has purchased Sue Jolly's property on Main St. Miss Klizabeth Lehnherr returned to her home at Sparta. 111 Wednesday, having spent a few days with Mr. and r.Ms. X Gardner. Mrs Glen Bunger entertained at to 500 Tuesday afternoon from 4:30. Five tables played. Mr and Mrs Leo King will leave next week for Detroit, Mich. T. Adkins entertained at Mis cardl Saltinla.v afternoon in honor oi Mis. K. Tntmbo, Misses Marv Alexander and Cora Guthrie. Miss Klizabeth Baxter lei. Monill day for Hazelwood. w here she leach, having charge of the tt'i grade John McCoy and Mrs. Gahe Nevitt. returned to their home in Darlington, Mo., Thursday. Mr. McCoy will he -' years old in October and acts like a man of 40 years. He had in his possession a paper published in April tsi." with Abraham Lincoln's assassination printed in it. Misses Laura ('lav comb and Ruba Payne were th eguests of Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Clayconib. Sunday night. Powers. Roy Woosley and Virgil Powers Miss Mattie Rhodes spent Sunday night with Miss Ossie Payne. were in Sample, Friday. . Mrs. G. Claycomb entertained the Miss Ruba Payne is visiting friends and relatives here this week. following to dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Garden went to" Fords-villMrs. Dick Clayconib and children, Misses Kate Brumfield and Mary Friday to be with friends and Adrea and Mary E.. Mr. and Mrs. L, Jolly, of Sample, have been the relatives. Peyton Clayconib and daughter, Ruth, guests of the Misses Black, of Shiloh. Paul Bane was the guest of friends Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kurtz and daughErnest Hesler is visiting in Louis- here Sundav. ter. Pauline, Mr. Owen Parks. Mr. ville the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hesler. Kev Huntsman and Geo. Wheeler were dinner guests of Mrs. N. J. dia Woosley, Marine Jordan. Messrs. Roy Woosley, Paul Bane and Virgil e. and Mrs. C. Henderson, Mr. Charley. Claycomb. Percy Claycomb. Misses Laura Claycomb and Ruba Payne, Mrs. Onta Dugan and daughter, Lola Lucille. Mrs. Owen Parks went to Tar Springs, Friday where she will remain for a few weeks. Mrs. Parks has been in ill health for the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Carden were the guests of relatives in Fordsville, Kroush and Miss Amy Kroush, Thursday. WEBSTER Pvt. Virgil Powers, of Camp Taylor, is in on a thirty day furlough. He received his honorable discharge but for another year. Sophronia and Claudia Misses Woosley. Laura Xorris Clayconib. Messrs. Roy Woosley. and Virgil Powers spent last Sunday with Gene- vieve Wright. Mrs. Tom Ldydan left Monday for; Tar Springs, w here she w ill remain for sometime for her health. We are sorry to report Mrs. Jess Henderson, who has been sick for some time no better. Mr. Hugh McGavock went to Louisville, Thursday to undergo an operation. The doctor reports he has e and appeudicites. His wife accompanied him. (June a crowd froia here attea4ed the Association at Walnut Grove, Wednesday and Thursday. Everyone came home telling of the good things they had to eat. Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Claycomb have purchased a Ford. Messrs Korrest, David and Claycomb returned home from Brandenburg, Monday where they bad been camping and fishing Mrs J Henderson, who has been ill lor some time is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. St. Clair, where she will remain until she recovers. Mr Forrest Claycomb, who has been visiting relatives here returned to his work in Louisville, Wednesday Mr S Woosley and son, yuincy. and J M. Rhodes, were at Norton alley, Wednesday on business. Mis Forrest Compton, of Louisville, is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. H H. Norton. Junnie Noble, ot Louisville visited friends and relatives here Saturday and Sunday. 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