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The Breckenridge news: September 17, 1919 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1919 brc1919091701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 17, 1919 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. REMEMBER THE BI-COUN- TY FAIR AT IRVINGTON, SEPT. 26 AND 27 THE BRECKENKIDUE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1919 $1 50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 8 Months. 8 VOL. XLIV Pages No. IS SCHOOL BOY DIES ON A TEXAS RANCH. And Treat Jess VERY SUDDENLY, Howard, Jr., Head Herdsman Texas Cattle. 15. MAIN POINTS HOME IS ROBBED OF $100 IN CASH Robber Enters Poole, Glen Home of Forrest Dean in Broad LOVE HAS ITS WAY Beloved Woman Is Called. of action can do to end it, we are of all men the most unfai'h.'ul THE "GOLDEN ROD" . Leaves Several Great the most unfaithful to the loving hearts who suffered in this IS COMING. Grandchildren. war; the most unfaithful to those households bowed in grief, yet The "Golden Rod," one of the biglifted with the feeling that the lad laid down his life for a great gest and best show boats on the Raymond, Ky., Sept. 15. (Special)- - thing, among other things in order that other lads might not river will present the Drama, "A A number of people from this place Little Girl in a Big City," at the attended the funeral and burial of have to do the same thing. wharf in Cloverport, Tuesday night, Mrs. Harriette Parks at the Walnut "That is what the League of Nations is for, to end this w.:r Sept. 23rd. This play consists of four Grove cemetery last Sunday. justly and it is . . .to serve notice on Governments which ajtts and gives a vivid picture of the "Aunt Harriette," as she was so VKrials and triumphs of a little girl in often called, would have been 87 would contemplate the same things which Germany contemthe city of New York. The fast years old in December. She leaves changing scenes that appear in this one brother, Cofford Beauchamp, plated, that they will do it at their peril. "The League of Nations is the only thing that can prevent play hold the attention of the audi- who is 79 years old, and several . ., r .i i if., . ence from beginning to end. In short also three sons, several uic manciKt ui nun uicciuim cdidsiiuinic anu icucciu uiu there is not a dull moment in the great, grand- promises. And the character of the League is based upon the and whole performance. Remember the children. experience of this very war. date, Tuesday, Sept. 23rd. "Don't let them pull it down. Don't let them misrepresent POSTMASTERS OF THIRD CARD OF THANKS. CLASS HAVE MEETING it ; don't let them lead this Nation away from the high purpose No truer, kinder, better friends IN LOUISVILLE. with which this war was inaugurated and fought. and neighbors ever lived than ours proved themselves to be during the "As I came through the line of youngsters in khaki a few Postmaster Charles E. Lightfoot, recent illness and death of our dear of Cloverport, was in Louisville. minutes ago I felt that I could salute '.it because I had done the mother. Thursday attending a meeting of To each and all of them we desire Kentucky postmasters from cities of job in the way I promised them I would do it, and when this of our hearts to exnress the arratitude treaty is accepted men in khaki will not have to cross the seas the and to extend to them our heartfelt The meeting was held at the hote! again. thanks for their tender sympathies Henry Watterson and three postr 11 ... ,,J4.; . .. ' M. Ljy y uu and many kindnesses shown to her masters were elected to represent inm uic wuuic .....1.1 n c.oic. niv icuovv unpens, ,1..., ,1, ...1. .1.. wi'im is and us during that trying time. waiting on America? The only country in the world that is s postthe organization of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin, masters of Kentucky before a Con- trusted at this moment is the United States and they are waiting Lodiburg, Ky. gressional committee in Cincinna to see whether their trust is justified or not. Mr. J. C. Hall, Leipsic, Ind September M and 25. Claims as to in Mr. W. F. Decker, Newark, N. J. "That has been the ground of my impatience. knew their creased salaries, rents, clerk hire and other matters will be presented t' trust was justified, but 1 begrudge the time that certain gentle GUESTS FOR THE WEEK-END- . the committee, of which A. B. Rouse, men oblige us to take in telling them so. We shall tell them so Kentucky Congressman, is a memMr. and Mrs. Nat Tucker had for ber. in a voice as authentic as any voice in history, and in the years to their guests from Friday evening uncome men will be glad to remember that they had some part in til Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Thos Blaine, FOR METHODIST struggle which brought this uncomparable consummaof New Winsdor, III., Mrs. Harmon ORPHANS HOME. the great Blaine and children, of Viola, 111., of the hopes of mankind." tion Mr. and Mrs. Chas Macy, of The local committee of the MethoCalling on opponents of the League of Nations to present a dist Orphans Home Society has re- "better program" for peace, President Wilson in his speech at Mr. and Mrs. Blaine and Mrs lis ceived three dozen Mason quart jars to Blaine returned to their homes be filled with fruit and vegetables and Indianapolis declared it is a case of "put up or shut up." half-brotheT and the other part is taking up in i carrying his medicine case to have Glen Dean. Ky.. Sept. 13 (Special) ready to treat the many diseases Way to Keep Faith. Curtis Carwile Kiper, 14 years old, the cattle there. Cattle diseases and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill there are said to be more numerous Sept. 12, after a Kiper. died Friday, "This treaty was not intended merely to end this war; it than in Kentucky. very short illness caused from brain Mr. Howard writes that there are was intended to prevent any similar war trouble manyflies and snakes out there, and "I wonder if some of the opponents of the League of NaThe young fellow was in school, the weather is very hot. He hopes Monday, and the next morning he tions have forgotten the promises we made our people beto get nearer home soon. was taken ill. During the times that fore we went to that peace table. W e had taken by processes he was rational he talked of dying, of law the flower of vour youth from every countryside, from selected his songs and the preacher for his funeral, which was held Satevery household, and we told those mothers and fathers and urday. sisters and wives and sweethearts that we were taking those There were many flowers bestowed men to fight a war which would end business of that sort, and if upon his grave by his beloved schoolmates and teachers. we do not end it, if we do not do the best that human concert Jesae M. Howard, Jr., has for some Curtis C Kiper, 14 Years Old. time been in Hillsboro, Texas, as head Lived In Glen Dean. Had herdsman of Scholfield's Cattle Ranch. His work is to ride part of the time, Short Illness. Glen Dean, Ky., Sept. (Special) OF WILSON S PLEA Emphasizes League to Prevent War As the Only IN SPITE OF H. C. L Cupid Daylight. robber or robbers had the to enter the home of Mr Forrest I'oole, of Glen Dean, on Mon- day morning about 10 o'clock and take from him $100 in cash. Sheriff Jesse Carman was notified of the robbery, and that evening he had hut they couldn't get on the trail of the robber. a blood-hounds, Either Has Busy Week, And Lovers Having Knot Tied In Hoosier State. audacity MRS. PARRS DIES ARRESTED FOR STEALING AUTO Cupid has had an exceptionally bnsy time in Cloverport in the last few s.m,c " ,he H C .L- and wfcks wnatcver else may nincier. tnc ma- trimotlial fever has spread and love has had its way. Evidently there must he a delightful romance attached to having the knot tied before a magistrate and in the State of Indiana, for many of the couples seek it one - IN HER 87TH YEAR after another. Among the marriages recorded this week is that of Miss Mary Kinder and Mr. Earl Hobbs, which took place in Cannelton, Monday morning. Sept- Roy Davis Held At Cannelton ember IS. Mrs Hobbs is the daughter of Mr And Taken by Sheriff Carman Hardin Kinder, and she was engaged To Hardinsburg. Thursday evening city marshal Wittmer was notified by the authori ties of Hardinsburg, Ky., to keep a I grand-childre- n I watch out for Roy Davis who was accused of stealing an automobile and was believed to be on his way to Cannelton. The marshal of Tell City was also notified and in the evening the latter located his man in Tell City, "d arrested him. He did not have the machine when arrested. Marshal Wittmer went to Tell City after the man and held him there until the arrival of the sheriff, Jesse Carman, from Breckinridge county, who came fhursday night and took Davis back to Hardinsburg. Cannelton Enquirer Davis" home is in Harned. His trial y before Judge set. fo' I ayne. in Hardinsburg. YOUNG MEN HAVE SLIGHT "" as a clerk in Mr. S. L. Wheatley's store until Saturday. She is a young woman and has a large circle of friends. Mr. Hobbs came to Cloverport several months ago from Vanceburg, Ky. He with Mrs. Hobbs are making their home with Mr. and Mrs. Kinder for the present. Miss Wanda Carlyle and Mr. Joe Dawson were married in Rockport, Ind., Monday, September 8. After a short wedding trip to Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Dawson returned to Cloverport where they are living with the bride's mother, Mrs. Rosa Carlyle. Mrs. Dawson is 19 years old, and the groom is 24 years of age. ' The latter recently returned from over seas. He is the son of Mr. John Dawson. HARDINSBURG VS McQUADY. AUTO ACCIDENT. third-clas- s. 1 J i third-clas- 1 McQuady, Ky., Sept. 15, (Special) The Hardinsburg Ball team came Hnun sml -- ......u Inttc i.i li tin. M. Vuau7 uwys 'mi men uidiuuuu im Sunday, Sept. 14. This was the best game that has been played on the McQuady grounds this season. The McQuady team out classed Hardinsburg causing them to suffer a complete shut out The score was as follows .. Innings 12 Hardinsburg McQuady 3 00000000 0 000010 oOO 456789 On Monday night after the 11:30 train, Messrs. Conley Arnold, Joe D. Morrison, of Cloverport. and Alfred Baylor, of Hardinsburg, were return ing from the train in a Ford car and as they approached the hill at the West End of the bridge, a tire came off one of the front wheels and the car ran into a pile of large stones in front of the livery stable. Morrison was thrown forward and cut a deep the wind-shiel- d gash in his chin. The other two Total escaped with only a few bruises. 0 I Steph-enspor- t. GEN. JOHN F. PERSHING. Gen. Pershing was born Sept. 13, WITH APOLOGIES TO YOUNG MR. KRAMER. to Illinois, after vfr'Kentucky sent to the Home this winter. The members of the Cloverport Methodist church will call at the parsonage Won First Prize At State Fair. and get as many of these jars as they I. C. Jones, of Hardinsburg, won will and return them filled. W. C. Modrman, Signed: the first prize of $60 offered by Matt Mrs. F. Fraize, Cohen for the best stallion, mare or gelding under 4 a several weeks visit with relatives. PRESBYTERY TO MEET SEPT. 23-- 25 In Irvington. Rev. Fred J. Moderator. Young People To Hold A Session. The annual will ville ' k, NAMO : YOUR FARM! years. Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage. Van-Dy- Big Type Poland Chinas The Fanner's Hi I rained the pig that woo first in tha Pig Club last year. I have them good enough to win again this year, if properly fitted, and they are priced worth the money too. These are the kitd of pigs that go out and make good and please their owners. In a few week I will be weaning some of the bust pigs that I have ever raised. See them before you buy eleewhere. Here you pet the pig you buy; no drawing for choice, no lottery. I nell hogs and satisfaction. The sows of my herd come from three of the states of the Union. I have best uover let mouey stand between me and the hog g Presbytery of Louismeet in Irvington from Septemebr s:ird to 23th, and at the first session on Tuesday evening,' 7:30 o'clock, the Moderator, Rev. Fred J. Van Dyk, will deliver the opening sermon. Wednesday afternoon will be devoted to young people's work and Miss Mary Virginia Roward will preside. A special invitation will be ex-- . tended to the young people to attend this meeting. Among the speakers who will be the re are: Dr. H. E. Dosker, Edw. L. Warren, D. D ; J. L. Cotton., Dr Peyton H. Hoge, E. W. Elliott, Mr S. C. Dowell, Dr. J. G. Koonti, Rev. T. N. Williams, and Rev Chas. W Welch. The complete program for the Presbytery will be published in next week's Breckinridge News as it reached here too late for this issue. FIRST VISIT IN 13 Passengers on the L. H. & St. railroad trains and the land travelers too are lastingly impressed as they pass through Web- ster and see G. N. Lyddan's name and the name of his farm "Park Place" painted in big clear letters on hi sbarn. In passing a pros- perous and fine looking farm like Mr. Lyddan's, the first thing L. - folks want to know is the name of the owner; it is the farmer's trade-mar- k and gives his place a distinction from all other farms. Name your farm, print it in big letters and get in the lime-light. In giving the birth announcement last week of Marion Miller Kramer. The Breckenridge News stated the new arrival was "a sweet little girl graduated from Kirksville Normal baby." The News has been informed School in 1880 and from West Point since of its error, and that the baby in 18M(i ; commissioned second lieuis his father's pride, a boy, hence tenant, 6th Cavalry, 1886; first lieuten- apologies are due the infant and his ant. 10th Cavalry, 1892; made chief parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Addis ordnance officer, Spanish War 1898; Kramer, of Sedalia, Mo. captain, 1st Cavalry, l'JOt; married Frances H. Warren, daughter of REAL ESTATE DEAL. E Warren, of Senator Francis Wyoming, Jan. 26, 1905; Brigadier Mr Conrad Sippel. shoe man, has General, Sept. 19o6; lost wife and three children in Presidio fire, 1915; sold his property on Main street now commanded American forces in Mex- - occupied by Mr. John Weisenberg as resturant, to Mr. Will Jones. Con-2ico. 1915; made Major General, Sept I860, in Laclede. Mo., son of John F. and Anna E. Thompson Pershing. He 1916; 5. sideration $800. Mr. Jones has a pool room and will F., May 24. 1917; made General Oct. 6, 1917; given rank of general for life use the property which he has just purchased, for that purpose. Sept, 1919. appointed commander A. E. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS ARE HAS SECOND STROKE OP PARALYSIS. . LIVELY IN CLOVERPORT Mrs. Emma Shrewsberry, of McQuady, has bought the English house on 2nd Cross street. She will move here at once to take advantage of the good schools. C. W. Fletcner has added several more new rooms to his house, and newly painted all of it. Henry Solbrig, agent for Mrs. Enola Miller, has sold to Clyde Brown the house and lot on River street, known as the old Hoyle property, also 3 houses on Front street to Chas. Simmons. Walter Taul has sold to Mary and Mina Perkins the house and lot joining the property of R. O. Perk-o- r ins. Casper Gregory has bought the two cottages adjoining his father, Kd Gregory, on 3rd Cross street Two other deals are now pending on two of the best pieces of property in YEARS. I wanted to improve my herd. a'su have two male large enough for service from a litter of ten, choice individuttht, for sale 1 now. The pork barrel is the end of the hog. I have the kind thai fill it The sow pig are all old. Choice mail pigs tor aale at weaning time. VIC PILE, Harned, Ky. Mr W O. Allen, of Glendale, Hardin county, Ky., spent Sunday in Cloverport, the guest of his cousin, Mrs. J. C Nolte and Mr. Nolle. This wu hi first visit in thirteen years. Mr .Allen formerly lived in this city, and was the first agent at the passenrailroad. ger depot for the He thoroughly enjoyed his brief sojourn here, so he said, in meeting his good friends and being with hit relatives. "Tui" The prohibition movement waa born sword in hand and can never die in battle. Mrs. Fred Ferry, of Louisville, re- ceived a message Saturday saying that her father, Gen. David R. Murray, Prospects of the New Federal had suffered a second stroke of parHighway and Government alysis. Gen. Murray is in Toledo, O., with Dam at Addison is Probahis son, David R. Murray, Jr., and bly Making the Rush. Mrs. Murray, where he has been since recovery from his first stroke Mrs. Ferry left Louisville, Sunday to see With the prospect for the early be- ginning of work on the Ohio River her 'cither. Federal Highway, and the building of Lock and Dam 45 at Addison, Ky., ATTENDING CASTLE HEIGHTS MILITARY ACADEMY. in the early spring, every vacant house in Cloverport is full, and many Lewis Owen Moorman, of Hardins-burg- , ptrtoM who want to take advantages returned Monday to take up of getting work on one or the other of his second years' work in Castle these big undertakings are already lots here or preparing to build Heights Military Academy, Trim buying already built property, Matthias Hook, also of Hardinsburg, went with Mr. Moorman and Many farmers are taking advantage will register for the first time in C. of the public schools also. H M. A. hrsc are some of the real estate deals that have been transacted in the The McCrage Arms place on Dor-rctt- s last week: J. H. Blythe has bought Creek, 344 acre owned by Thos. the J E. Keith property on the Hill, Macy was sold last week to W. L also the big vacant lot lying on the Hill adjoining the Compton property, Beauchamp for $,000 Mr. Beauch of the present crop He also contemplates building a house amp gtts one-hal- f 'I he aale was made through Ball & for rent on the corner of the lot near Carl Overton's property. Adkisaon, real estate dealers. Cloverport. Work is rapidly being pushed on the new Loose Leaf Tobacco Factory below the Ice Plant, when completed it will he one of the most modern plants in this section of the State I r ' www THE BREC KEN RIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY I PAGE 2 tin- - guest of Mi-- . Sheiu who has returned. I'oole the Mr-- . Susan Squires and daughter. rs (..lira Hoard, of ( loverport. are visiting Mrs Squires, daughter, Mrs. In.- rttntfrkll and Mr Hendrick. Mis I. Walker and son. John left Monday fur ( olunibia, Tenn , where John will mttf mllrge for the schol- Mtfc vear. Mrs Anna Klder and daughter, Miss Louise, have returned from Louisville. ( 'ompton left Monday Mrs K for Louisville, to spend several days. Mr I'res Davis and Mr. John Lyons and sons, of Custer, spent Tuesday here on business. Mrs. H. V. Duncan, of Marion, Ky. atid Mrs J. H. Rowland, of Clover port, have returned after a visit with their sister. Mrs. Kliza B. Taylor. ,i i vverov aimi ivirs. t lr. ). vjverny, i in baby, who spent the week-enLouisville, have returned. Mr and Mrs. J. L. Mattingly are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Will Withers and Mr Withers, and son. Marcus Mattingly and Mrs Mittting- ly. of Kirk-Mand Mrs. A X Kincheloe and daughter. Miss Clara Belle, are visit- iiiR Mr :i rut Mrs Walter Brown, of Wood row. I. E. Kincheloe is visiting in h- Spotsville, for a few days Mrs. Jesse West, Mrs. Clarence Rhodes and children, of Kirk, were t he guests Thursday of their parents. Mr. and Mrs Milton West P, M Basham and Herbert Hall, who have spent several days of last week in Leitchtield on business, have retunred. Hon. Claude Mercer and Mrs. Mercer and nieces. Mrs. John Skillman mid-weed r SEP! EMBER Richardson in 17, U HARDINSBURG Mr and Mrs. William Hensley, who spent the summer in Petaiky, Mich have returned home. Miss Tida Mercer after a short visit with her hrother. Claude Mercer and Mrs Mercer, and relativer has gone to Louisville for a visit to her sister, Mrs K K Sutton and Mr Sutton, he fore returning to Gainesville. Tex. Mrs V. i. Mattingly. of Garfield, was here Monday. Miss Clara Beile DeHaven left Saturday tot her school at Gallatin, m Miss Brulah Walts is the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Clovis Walls, of Sample. Mr. and Mrs Elmer King, of Ir- vington. were the Sunday guests of friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. Vic Rohertson have returned from Louisville, where they attended the State Fair. Mr. Noah Finley has resigned his position with B. F Beard & Co. He will teach the Robhins school cm i- of Dr and Mrs R. W. Meador, ' Morri on the nick wM UNION STAR Miss I'ink Ricketts is visiting her sister, Mrs. Annie Hanks, of Louisville. Tenn W. R. Moorman after week's visit wthi relatives in Glen Dean, has returned home. Misses Marian Kincheloc and Mary Helen Whitworth left Monday for Lexington, where they will attend school. Mr. Oscar Fierce, of Louisville. a of Irvington, Saturday. Mi. Lydia Macy ha returned from Louisville where she has been visiting her sister. Mrs Paul (ompton and Mr. Compton. Mr and Mrs. Burton Macv and children, with their father. Mr. Bill Macy, of Vine Grove, were guests of Mrs. Martha Macy, Sunday. Mr and Mrs. J. B. Harrison and little daughter, Carrie Frances, Mrs. Octava Gray and daughter. Miss Al-- ! mcda, visited relatives at Pewee Valley, last week. I. B. Richardson has bought the Paul Compton residence in Hardins-bur- g Miss Sallie Meador, who is teaching in at Woodrow, spent the week-enLouisville. Mr. and Mrs. Crick Oliver, of Dyer, have moved to the farm known as the Jim Kennedy farm. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marr returned from Louisville, Friday where they have been visiting their children, Mrs. Redus Lyons and Mr. Joe Marr. d ,., her consin. Miss Lillian Mav. of Hor ned, one night last week. MARRIED IN h'Tf Saturday, shopping. Miss Lticilc Black, of Woodrow, nH Mr Frnest Harned. of Custer, were married in Louisville, last week. Miss Alberta Driskel, of West View visited her aunt, Mrs J. B. Whit- worth, the week-enMr Minor Compton, of Hardins- burg, was in town, Friday Miss Clara May was the guest of d. fM M of Harnff, JEFFERSONVILLE. Mr. Frnest Harned, 21 years of! age. Harned, and Mis I trvile age 17, of Woodrow, were marrif kt Hi Jeffersonville. during State Fair we-ein Louisville. And so were Lot Dowel!, 27 years old. and Miss Mi- sie Chism, 19 yeara old. Miss Virginia i i i cs i i ' Milner -- - PUBLIC ' SALE! of the estate of .le.sse Arms, dei eased, the undersigned ad ministrator will, on the 30th dav of September, 1519, at the late residence of said Arms, five miles North of HftrdirobaK, otfer and expose to Public iSale live stock consisting of two Horses, one milch Cow, Sow and four Shoats, Wagon, Iluggv and Harness, crop of growing tobacco consisting of about 4 acres. B acres of corn, 2 acres of cane and Household and Kitchen Furniture. Terms of sale made known on day of sale. Sale will begin at. a. m. 10 Mhs Mildred Kincheloe i ompton and Laura Mell Stith and Z T. Stith. of Bewleyville, were guests of their sister and daughter. Mrs. Horace Mc Coy and Mr. McCoy, Saturday night and Sunday They were accompanied by Mrs. Blanche Jolly Hardaway, who with Miss Stith spent the night and Sunday with Mrs. D. S. Richard- son and Miss Sallic Richardson, Mrs. H. K. Frymire and daughter, Anna Hunter, of Frymire, spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. 111. j in .i. vjp. c. r returned to ' . DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST IWfli Villus "Virio. lianr Hi- - p. m. Mi IS i ;: p. u. mi. Alwaya In offlcn during office hoars Irviigton, Ky. In the matter of settlement o'clock C. E. ROBBINS Administrator Mr. and Mrs. Horace McCoy and son William Stith, and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Bassett. of Elizabethtown, spent last Sunday with S. J. Brashear and family, of Frymire. Mr and Mrs. A. G. Haynes spent Sunday with Mrs. Scott ' Cart. Mr and Mrs. S. W. Bassett ed to Elizabethtown, Friday after visiting here for several days. Mrs. Geo. Schrieber and daughter i ,1... L'i:.... are visiting her husband s father and week-en- d . in Louisville, have returned. mother in Ironton, Ohio. G. D. Shel man, W. S. Ball and John Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kroush visited Boomer spent several days of last.1 Mrs. N. I. Kroush and Miss Amy week in Louisville, attending the .State Kroush, Sunday. Fair Mr. and Mrs. Otis Dowcll and famiJ. W. Trent and family have return- ly and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dow ell ed to Glendale, after a visit with reland family spent Sunday with Jacob atives. Cart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Poe, of Bardstown, arrived Saturday. Mr. Poe has acceptFRYMIRE ed a position as local manager with the Cumberland Tel. and Tel. Co. Dr. H. E. Royalty, who has been Elroy Scott Cart, little son of Mr. released from service, arrived and Mrs. E. R. Cart, is very sick. Mertis Severs, of Louisville, soent I. r Hoben sold his undertaker's iast week wit, hjs mother, Mrs. L'mtrtliiiL.i,' . iii. .j m .'ui'piiv i 1iii.l giuvviiv tiu uvai u Victoria Severs. & Co. Mr. Hoben has accepted a Miss Lydia Winter and brother, position with B. F, Beard & Co. Lambert Winter, of Tell City, Ind., spent several days of last week with their grandmother. Mrs. Mary Dod- i I a. Stewart. V V .J The Newest Vogue In Fall Millinery Women appreciate large assortments when choosing hats and we assure you a large variety. Here are hats in all the very newest model; in rolling brims; in large and small styles; extremely large drooping brims; tight fitting turbans; soft, floppy effect; various size sailors and hats for the matrons. Come in any wanted color and all pretty combinations that are fashionable. Motor Trucks for Sale We have Ma tt the week-en- d family. Little Dorothy Leon Bruner spent with S. J. Brashear and 9 tun four-whee- l drive truck which we houyht demonstrator: it is suitable for toad contractor, sand and gravel hauling, logging, lumber business, tobacco hauling, or any work where heavy hauling and bad roads prevail. We will sell this new truck at le th in factory cost, as we are giving up the agency. Address. COLUMBIA MOTOR TRUCK CO. Incorporated 119 S. Seventh St. Louisville, Kv. FOR TBE HOME CANNERS s The time of year when the home busy canning'veetables, fruits, are cn-ner- And all of the many things that are needed in this process may he found in our store. preserves, etc. Mason Glass Jars Half gallon size, per dozen $1: quart size, per dozen 85c; pints, per dozen 70c. Tin Cans Rubbers. 65c per doz. Sealing Way Kxtra totality aluminum preserving kettles: 4 quart size Kxtra quality aluminum preserving kettles: quart size Kxtra quality porcelain preserving ket tlet-- : quart size Kxtra quality porcelain preserving kettles: 'J. quart size 1 S1.50 $1.25 65c 45c Wickless Efficient Stove Something new tin the market. An oil and gas stove comhined. Manufacture.! by Rohinson Bros. CoflM and examine this wonderful stove. fuel-saving Little Mayme Hcsler, of Union Star, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Gus Barker. Mrs. H. E. Frymire and little daughter, Anna Hunter, spent last Sunday with Mrs. Cleveland Steward and Mr. Steward, of Union Star. Misses Lena and Caroline Brashear and little Ludwell B Adkisson spe it Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Paris Barr and family. Mrs. Bertha Kelly, after two weeks visit with Miss Ida Wheeler, returned to her home in Louisville, Saturday. Several from here attended the State Fair in Louisville, last week. Namely Mrs. H. K. Frymire, Mrs. If. J. Robertson, Mrs. H. L. Bruner and little daughter. Dorothy Leon. V. R Dod MD and Junius Miller Frymire and Morton Barr. Mrs. Nannie Welch and baby, of Logansport, Ind., spent several days last week with her sister, Mrs. Chariie Basham and Mr. Basham. Mr am! Mrs. O. M. Burke went 'o Louisville, Wednesday. They will visit their sister, Mrs. Harry Ellsworth and Mr. Ellsworth, before returning to their home in Clinton, Ind Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Biddle spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. E. R. Cart and Mr. Cart. Mr. and Mrs. Meador Simmons and little sons, Norman and Rollie Dunn, of Lodihurg, spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Biddle. L. S. Brashear and sisters, Misses Lena and Bessie Lee Brashear and Messrs. V'ertis Sketo, V. R. Dodson, Claude and Fred Dodson and Junius Miller Frymire, motored to Union Star to the pie supper Saturday night. Robert Severs, who has been in service in France for several months, has received his honorable discharge and is spending several weeks with his mother, Mrs. Victoria Severs, and also Mertis Severs from Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Horace McCoy and little son, of Union Star, and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Bassett, of Elizabethtown, and little Dorothy Leon Bruner, were entertained at the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brashear and family, last Sunday. H. L. Bruner, who is teaching in Louisville, spent the week-en- d with his family and motored through to Louisville, Sunday, accompanied by K Bruner and Peyton Brashear. He will remain a few days visiting the former! KM, Own C. Bruner. J Autumn Fabrics Id a Profusion of Delightful Colors Sj and Weaves are shown in a variety calculated to please Here are gorgeous every preference. Silks, Georgettes, Poplins, Tricotines.Crepe Granite Cloths, Meteors, Broadcloths, Coatings. Serges and Velvets, for every need and at nearly every price. Dress OkxxIs Dept. Second Floor. "What's Autumn without a new frock or two," says the woman who knows and then she promptly visits this display where all the most popular silks und dress goods Autumn's Favorite Suits Are Here in All the Newest Styles Nowhere in all Kentucky will you he able to duplicate the atuuntog models featured in this ahowjng. The materials alone tell of their extraordinary value You may choose from model ot Trlcotlue Silver tone Broadcloth Men's Wear Serge Wool Poplins Fine Velours Novelty Mixtures The style range includes every mode that fashiouable wotueu will wear this Knll Long and medium length coats, semi belted ami ripple Hare effects. The woman or miss who does not attend this showing will be sorry she didn't. KI.AOY DKPT -- SECOND PLOOI GARFIELD Miss Clara Belle Kincheloe, of spent her vacation with her sister, Mrs Walter Brown and Mr. Brown, of Woodrow. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Whitworth and family, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Clint Davis, of Harned. Netan Marr, of Woodrow, has gone to Berea, to enter school. Mr. Andrew Squires and Mis Mary Webb were married last week. Dr. and Mr. E. C. Harned were Har-dimhur- g, E. A. HARDESTY The Hardware and Implement Man S. W. Anderson Company luiurimraltd ii Stephensport, Ky. S Owensboro Where Courtesy Eelgns Kentucl ffra ttM SEPTEMBER 17, 1919 THE BRECKENRI DOE NEWS CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY PAGE 3 TOBACCO GROWERS ONE OF THE BEST BUILT AND EQUIPPED LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSES in the Green River District will be at Cloverport ready tor 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 to for him the best price for his tobacco se-cu- re 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. GLEN DEAN Wilson, .1. M. Howard. J. R. K. L. Robertson, Walter l, Moorman, Mr. and rMs. Roy will not be Permitted on this Floor. S PSS ISSft! is fine boy, Onie, Jr. J T. Jones. Whit-tinghil- Mr. and Mrs. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs.R. W. Jones were among those who attended the State Fair, last week. N. S. Buckler made a business trip to Harrodsburg in Mercer county, this eck J. C Mattingly. son and Moorman Bros have a new car. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson spent Sunday afternoon at his father's It. :.G. Robertson. Charley Rhodes, of Portland, Ore., 'expected to visit his friends and here during the latter part of ."October and as he thinks this will be his last trip to Kentucky, he wants to see all his friends he can He si a fine He is business man, has succeeded. married, but has no children. He is a son of Mr. Chas. Rhodes, who died some years ago. Pete Howard is here for a short furlough. He has reenlisted. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pierce and last week-en- d children, at spent t Cloverport. Born to the wife of Onie Burnett, a Bill Osborne is here from Owensboro, to see her daughter, Mrs. Onie Burnett and attend the meeting. Mrs. Gola Limer Brown is seriously ill at her home near Roff. She is the daughter of Mr. and rMs. Jake Limer, of near here. Mrs. STEPHENSPORT Miss Heneritta Shively is the guest of friends and relatives in Owensboro, this week. S. T. Bandy left Monday morning for the Philipines Islands, after spend-th- e week-en- d with his mother, Mrs. E. J. Bandy. Mr. and Mrs. O. W Dowell and children, were Sunday guests of Mr. Dowell's grandmother, Mrs. Cart, near Union Star. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lewis and Mrs. A. L. Lewis left Sunday for Louisville, where they will visit relatives .Mrs. Sam Dix has a nice lot of fall and winter hats at her home. Mrs. E. A. Blaine and son, William Blaine, left Thursday for Louisville, where they will spend a few days before returning to their home at Lakeland, Fla. Several from here attended the State Fair, last week. Mrs C. A. Tinius was in Cloverport. Friday. Miss Mable Shellman is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. A. V. Whit worth, Valley Station. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith spent last week in Louisville, the guests of relatives and attended the State Fair. Mrs. H. S. English and children, guests of of Amnions, were week-en- d her mother, Mrs. A. B. Crawford. A crowd from here enjoyed the excursion on the steamer, Nashville, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John I). Babbage, of Cloverport. and daughters. Miss Mildred, and Mrs W. G. Polk and son, William, of Cincinnati, spent Friday, in our town. Miss Bessie Watlington spent the week-enwith her parents, Mr. and N. Mrs WalinKton, of Hardins-uurd g berry, of Caneyville, spent the weekend here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tucker and daughters. Myrna and Keba, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Payne are visiting relatives in Owensboro. .Dr. Earl Moorman is visiting his mother, Mrs. Ethel Moorman. FALLS OF ROUGH CANEY CREEK FARM FOR SALE Having determined to quit farming, I am offering my farm, situated two miles Southwest of Millwcod, Ky. on Caney Creek, consisting of 290 acres. About 200 acres cleared land, 90 acres of good timber. About 60 acres bottom land. vGood orchard, about 200 trees. Splendid dwelling of 6 rooms and two halls, nice cellar and warm house. Two tenant houses, three barns, two cisterns, two wells, four lasting springs. We are needing rain very bad Mr. and Mrs Walter Walker and children attended the Walker reunion , at the old Walker home near Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ). T. Woosley and son Dwight, and Mrs. Lank Fentress went to Reody. Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Brown. Mrs. M;ry Low and daughter. Miss Pearl Lo.v, of Grard Junction, Colo, are the guests of her daughter. Mrs. Smith yuertermous. Mrs. Low lived The members of the O. E. S. were here several years ago and her old delightfully entertained last Sunday friends are glad to welcome her. Several from here attended the afternoon at the home of Mrs. Adam State Fair. Anpauch. Koine. I fid. . Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morgan and Mr and Mrs. E. A. Hardesty were Mr. and Mrs. Mi Kinley Allen. I. .ve dniet-- , of relatives in Kvansville, last returned from Bi eckeuridge COunty, week. t(attend Hit mar-riag- e Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bowlds and where they went of Miss Ressie Buckler. little daughter, were Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. John Beauchamp and oi relatives at Cloverport. little son, Harry, and Misses Laura Mrs Charley Maysey accompanied her parents. Mr and Mrs. Thos. Mae Springate and Alice Reauchamp. Blaine, to Cloverport, on their way motored to Short Creek, Sunday and spent the day with the Misses Edhome to New Windsor, III. Mrs. W. H. Gibson and sister, wards. S. T. merchant is in fUl Eva Basham, were in Clover- Louisville, Cook, our goods this week buying port. Monday, shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Eskridge, motored to Spring Lick. Sunday and HARNED were guests of their sister. Mrs Patc--ville- days last week at Vine Grove, with her mother, Mrs. Kate Casey. The Baptist Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Sum Arms, Thursday afternoon. Dan Morgan, of West Virginia, was here last week to see Miss Sue nette Miller. Mrs. Mollie Moorman wh'le with her son, last week, made a trip to the Blue Grass. She visited Shelbyville, where she attended school, Frankfort, Lexington, and spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Billie Ditto, Versailles. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kwing and Mrs. Cheaty Overstreet. Sylvester. VVoodrow and Teddy Overstreet, of Bradfordsville, spent several days last week with his daughter, Mrs. Allen and Rev. Allen. (Juite a number from here attended the fair, last week. Mrs C B. Witt and Miss Ruth Witt, spent last week with Mrs Witt's father, Mr. Vogt and sisters, Misses Lillian and Estill Vogt. her sons, daughter. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS FAIR CATALOGS ARE READY The Corn. Clover and Stock Club's Catalogues giving the list of premiums offered at the Community Fair, are right off the press and ready for the asking. Drop a card to B. W. Carter, Secretary, Irving-toKy., requesting a Catalogue and you will get one. Baize. An Ideal Grain and Stock Farm. 1 For quick sale, have priced this farm at $7,250. LIBERAL TERMS. For particulars write Millwood, Kentucky JOHN CRAWFORD, and Mrs. Robert Weatlierford and baby, Ruth Walker, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Clements, of Vanzant, Sunday. Mrs. Leonard Holmes, of Illinois, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I! E. Gray. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crunie and sons. Raymond and David, and Mr and Mrs. Sherdie Basham and daughter, Mildred, were guests of Mr. and Mrs J. A. Gray, of near Garfield, Sunday. Irvin Payne, of Clarkson, was here noting relatives, last week. live Black, who has been over-m- j for some time, returned home Tuesday b F. May was in Ohio County last week on business. B. F. May was in Ohio county last week on business. Mrs Jilpah Howard of Clcinson, S. C , spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Robert Weatherford Miss Nora McCoy is visiting her cousin, Miss Katie McCoy, of Ekron. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Uuigguis and Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Shrews- Mr Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wiseman and sous, of Bellmont, 111 , were the guests last week of their brother, J. N Tubb. The pie suppers' at this place, at Lone Star and Lone Hill, were very successful. The pie supper at Lone Star, brought Lone Star is one of the leading rural school.-- , in Grayson county. Dr. Stanley is visiting in Louisville, this week. The Green Bros, are having three new silos built. Several from here attended chttfth Bro Train.ii Shady Grove, Sunday er delivered a very interesting sermon. Jess WilkerSDii. oi Horse Branch, visited relatives here last week. Mrs Dalice Wilkeison spent Jt urdsy, at Glen Dean, shopping. n, Remember the Dates September 26th and 27th. A County Fair for everybody. Come and bring your family and friends. BIG SPRING to .el ma Strother went Miss Owensboro, Satarday, to sec her sister. Mrs. W. H. Strother, who is ill. Mrs. Will Griffith spent several B. W. CARTER, Secret'y Irvington, Kentucky PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER at, The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAOK. Editor and Publisher HAPPENINGS OF TWENTY-FIV- E YEARS AGO EIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1876 rintian irir llfiO a iHr: ."UK- (or 4 monlln: linr ami .V for rarh ai'lilitinnal inairtion. Card the ratr of l(V per line. Oliiluarira charffrl for II ta ce. Kxamine the latwl on your paper. 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS srnscMPTioN ratks 7Bc lor fl 1919 Riiatnraa I.ncata 10c Taken from The Hreckenridge Newa Wednesday, Sept It, IW4 for at linra, chara-ei-l prr line, money in at the rate of correct, pieaae notuy u. It not o( 5 IV Thank, our mulilln NOTICE TO lUBSCaill M When yon have nniahed rea.ling your copy of THE RRKCKENRIDGK a frieml who i not a anhacriher ; do not throw it away or deatroy it. NEW8 hand it to WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER GIRLS. GIRLS, GIRLS. 17. 1919 The phone companies Never have they been so much in demand. cry for them. Corset makers sigh with longing. Clothing manufacturers tear their hair and offer cash prises to every employe who brings another into the shop One, like enterprising movie men, advertises his workshop at "twenty degrees cooler than the street." Generous vacations and free (O- )-(- o)medical attendance are common inducements. Robt. F. Wood, Louisville was in Beard & Hensley closed their toVet the shortage continues. the city on legal business. "Hand bacco warehouse for the season after A New York newspaper recently carried S3 solid columns of "Help some as ever". shipping 3,")0 hogsheads. Wanted Female" ads. In another five columns called solely for stenog- Doil'l you think you could make a guess at the real cause of the John F Bandy sold his farm of visit?" 100 acres, near Big Spring to Carroll (o) Bandy Mr. for $t.WM Claycomb In Hardinsburg moved out West. People are certainly improving. (o) The County Judge hasn't tried a Mrs. H. V. Duncan was in Louis- lunatic for four months. ville, "catching on" to the latest fall (o) styles in millinery Mrs Taylor Beard bought the Beard & Beeler storehouse at public Louisville hog market was dull. sale Monday for $1,032.00. Best packers JMt)t, -(- o)Mr. Richard Shellman has plenty (o- )Miss Josie Raitt opened her school of wheat and old corn and is fattenat her home with a fair attendance ing "i0 hogs for market. In Cloverport. Wise IVIeri are those who in their pe riod make provision for old age. When you have a bank account, you feel a pride in adding to it; you feel yourself to be a better citizen and a better man; and at the same time you are making provision for the time when your bank account may be all you will have to depend on. gOOw () raphers. Women have been prosperous during the war and they like to take They are also darned particular about the kind of work they vacations. do. These are two reasons for this summer's shortage. More important, perhaps, is the return of the American Expeditionary Forces Woman is a transient in industry, passing through it on her Since so many soldiers have returned more women way to marriage. have reached this ultimate destination. Predictions were rife during the war that women would stay in inPresent conditions in New dustry, to the detriment of men's wages. York City show that Nature can be trusted to stabilize employment conditions. Altruistic man joyously assumes the burden of woman's support, and like Barkis, she is always willin,' even when operators of embroidery machines can make as much as $75 a week. Commerce and Finance. (o- FRITTERING AWAY OUR TIME. Rev. Frmnk B. Haggare, a Baptist minister, of Boston, attributes the delay of the Senate accepting the League of Nations to the empty heads in the Senatorial body. In an address before his congregation on "America and the Next War" Rev Haggart first prayed that our statesmen may not fritter away their time while grave dangers threaten our States, and then in his address he said: "May we learn to apply the principles of Christianity to our social and international problems. America must either prevent the next war or engage in it. The time to choose is now. Some men are wise enough to be in the United States Senate who believe we can hide ourselves from the problems that beset the outer world. Others are not as sincere and have petty, selfish motives for their misguidance. "As the people have long ago lost faith in Senatorial omniscience. The largest noises are made by the emptiest heads among our statesmen." RAYMOND This minister of the gospel might have added that there were some Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Chappell spent away their time in among the who fritter empty heads unprofitable talk of those in higher power. The principles of Christianity Saturday and Sunday with their broare only best applied when we seek the divine guidance for ourselves and ther, June Hall and Mrs. Hall, of Webster. for those who are in power to keep us out of war. M. D. Cashman and family motored from Irvington, Saturday, to visit Newspaper advertising is held to be largely responsible for the market- their mother, Mrs. Leon Cashman, ing of California's output of more than 3,000,000,000 oranges and lemons. and brother, Jess Cashman. They atThe California Fruit Growers' Exchange handled 33.0S:; carloads of oranges tended church at Walnut Grove, Sunday. and lemons which was the largest crop in the history of the State. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Adkisson, of Webster, spent Saturday and Sunday In the South where domestic help has always been available, the here with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnbusiness men are now having to leave their offices to go home and help son. their wives with the house work. The colored men are making such high Several from here attended the wages in the cotton fields that the negro women no longer have to work out. State Fair in Louisville, last week. Mrs. Amos Mattingly and Mrs. Herman Claycomb and children, were We should like to have seen the names of more Breckinridge county in Louisville, last week. farmers in the list of those who were awarded prizes at the State Fair. i The little child of Mrs. Allen ClayWe have equally as good an opportunity for rasing fine stock as other comb, died the 9th and was burried counties, and why not let other people see what we can do? in the Raymond cemetery, the following day. Harlan Cashman has sold his farm The Japanese are tackling the high cost of living. The Japan press says the troubles of their country are brought on by the intellectual class- to Clarence Brown for $l,00o. es and not the working classes. The press might better say that a certain class has been intelligently taught to profiteer. Miss Nellie Ford, one of Owens-boro'- s If there is anybody on the run here fairest belles, visited Miss Marshall Brown ought to get 'em Brook Stephens, Holt's Bottom. for the Police Court has been as dead (o- )as a mackerel for six months. Miss Addie G. Ditto and Miss Up" Items. Elizabeth Skillman were in Glen Dean, guests of Miss Amanda Dean. Alf Taylor. Rosetta's popular mer(o- )chant is growing fat and laying up T. C. Craig, the hickory timber something for a rainy day out of his man paid out stacks of money for business. He is not only a successtimber here and at other points on ful merchant but a good farmer and the "Texas." trader. Alf deserves all the success (o- )he is getting out of this life. Israel Holder had his butcher shop -(- o) at the East End of the bridge reCliff Pile is another substantial novated. D. R. Murray occupied same farmer and Democrat of Duncan's as his law office. Valley. He is about as well fixed in (o- )the way of this world's goods as any Glen Dean Item "Vic Robertson man we know of. He likes for the stood behind the counters, said pleas- candidates to come around and it is ant things and sold one man's share his delight to entertain them. Judge of goods while W. C Moorman, our Board, J. E. Monarch, J. S. Dejar-nett- e merchant took in the Elizabethtown and the News man spent a fair, last week." delightful night with him last week. (o- )-(- o)Glen Dean Item "Ernest RobertLonnie Glasscock over in the Forks son went up to Hardinsburg, Sun has a beautiful home and farm. It is day to hear from the primary up in well improved, is under a high state the Seventh,' but his eyes twinkled of cultivation and produces equal to and he had a sort of any of the river bottom farms. Lonlook upon his face, as we nie is always at home to his friends. began to question him. There are He and Carlt Richardson were old some maids up there. Gallant as e'er school-mate- s and he is taking a lively was knight is handsome Ernest. interest in Carlt's election. . )- -(- o)- v fx ; As soon as you have a small sum to spare, start an ac- count with it. Every depositor is welcome here. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. .1 la .. IT STRONG ACCOMMODATING The Bank That Helps You Help Yourself Hardinsburg, Kentucky. FOR SALE 100 breeding vearlings. going back to spend another week are you:5 4T .to, says jonn, i,ri m going down to the wharf to see Bill Pate, the wharf master, to find out whether I've got back or not." Alton disappeared around the corner. R. C. Carter, an old soldier and a member of the Bachelor's Club, has decided to enlist for life. He announced his engagement last week. Instead of killing Huns he is now killing time on the Police force, Washington, D. C. He has been one of the President's escorts three different f T 1 BEARD BROS. Hardinsburg. Ky. Ewes, from 1 to 4 years; mostly Cash or on time. times since he has been on the force. We knew that boy would go down in history, by gum. Now will you bachelors sit up and take notice! Rich says he would never have got married in the world if he had not been a member of the club. One farm of 312 acres, well located in Meade county. Several small farms in Breckinridge county. One splendid residence in Hardinsburg, Ky. One good Piano. Two Organs. Apply to Allen R. Kincheloe, Atty., Hardinsburg, Ky. Joe Mulhatton, Jr. AaT CARTER'S LANDING "See, the Conquering Hero Comes" was the right music, for the right man, at the right time when it was played for Gen. Pershing as he came Herman O'Bryan springs this one marching home and was greeted by millions of people in New York City, on Tom Carter. Some time ago he Monday. last went to Benedict Elder's stayed all night, went down to Tom's early next Let's make this the biggest and best Community Fair we have ever morning to ride down with Tom in had in our county! his swift steamer Red Aunt. They rolled in, started down the pike at a We have never yet heard any 'armers complaining of high p' ces. break neck speed of two knots an hour. Herman says, "Tarn, how far They are rightly coming into their own after so long a time is it to Cloverport from your place?" Ton scratched his head and says, "I Other sections of the State are suffering from a drouth so we are not don't know how far it is to town, but the only people breathing dust. its just two miles to the Herman took such a spasm that Tom got so alarmed he side tracked The Loose Leaf Tobacco wareat Felix Beavin's, hollowed to Felix house is looming up. The walls are ready for the roof. This is one to call up Dr. Charlie Lightfoot, th'.' of the largest buildings in town and Bachelor Club's physician to come Herman. Felix got so Joseph Herrmann, overseer of the will be a bigger thing for the fann- out to treat he tried to talk to Doc excited that poor at Alton, 111., says that by cover- ers when completed. through the receiver instead of the ing the legs of his cows with stock- transmitter. Doc says, "What's the ings at milking time he has increased It Must Have Been Dead at Least matter here, this line of talk is com-- I his output one quart per day, per cow. 6 Months But Didn't Smell." ing in backward?" Felix says, "It o don't matter how this talk is coming An Indiana business man keeps 1 "Saw a big rat in our cellar last in this patient is in a serious condiswarm of bees in a hive in his down- Pall." Writes Mrs. Joanny, "and tion." So it was Doc's time to get excited He grabbed his pocket-boo- k town office, and last year got more bought a Mc cake of RAT-SNAthan 50 pounds of honey. The hive is broke it up into small pieces. Last instead of his medicine case, out lie placed close to a radiator to keep the week while moving we came across went into his machine and up 'he bees warm in Winter, and is near a the dead rat. Must have been dead pike so fast all you could see of Dot was a siring of blue sn.oke. When he Minny window. In the Spring the bees six months, didn't smell. RAT-SNAare tempted from the hive by a row wonderful" Three sizes, 25c, 50c, arrL""d he examined Herman's heart, of chocolate creams set on the win- $100. Sold and guaranteed by E. A. thought he might be in love, found dow sill, from where they can see Ilardesty, i.iii:ir,i Ins tcn-guStephensport ; Conrad his heart normal; the gardens getting bright with Payne & Co. Cloverport; B. F. Beard to see if he was insured; after Howers. examining him with his & Co., Hardinsburg. found that his ticklish box was tilted to one side. After that was right ed, the smelling salts applied, Herman came around lie may get over this, but he will never look well ' post-office." FARM AND STOCK a MhTMMrW W1M M P OOD IDEA Lucky Strike pack- I Open your age this way tear oil" part of the top only. Protect the Lucky Strike cigarette a cigarette made of that delicious real Bur-le- y tobacco. It's toasted. X-r- GOOD FARM FOR SALE - K()ti SALIC- - 245 acres of land h int; K ruilcH southeast of 'luverpurr, Kv.. and one mile from the Howling Greet) road, (iixxi lie room dwelling and a new tenant houi ; 40 acres in grass. 40 n s in cultivation. 10 acres in woodland: (In- lul m pasture mi . Ml mi Six everlasting spring; one tobacco atom, one tobacco and stock barn combined; a new stock s Faun lavs well and fenced. A bar latin pa' fern gam. in wine J. K KKKNAN, Mattingly, Ky. ( i two-third('-il- afterward. Alton Mattingly is responsible for this: John F. Beavin went to Louisville with stock, took the popular river route and was gone for a week. Arrived in Cloverport late Saturday night, stayed all night with his soil-ilaw, Hewitt Dowell. Went to church Sunday mniug, started up the street and when he got opposite the wharf boat he ducked for the river. Alton says, "John you are not n l fats JrnAjtr 01 Guaranteed by 4 mm SEPTEMBER 17, 1019 THE BRECKENRIDOE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY hage. Louis PAGE 8 The Breckenridge News WKDNKSDA Y. SF.PT 17, 110 Ky Katercd at the Pout CMRrr at Clnvrrport. a atronrf claaa .natter. ADVERTISING BY THE Smart New Fall Models In hats representing the fHIS "APFK fcEPRESENfLO FOR FOREIGN were accompanied to CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Mrs. ffabhafe NOTE rimr notify the? editor mu you Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawyer and H. continued. drfitre arlverttflrmentti Misses Jane and Mayme children. FOR SALE Itanium Sawyer and Charles F.milns Sayryrr, will leave this week for FOR SAI.F I have for aale within 2 milea , M Clnverport. Mm aaw lna;. rut and piled Kil'lvvillc. to visit Mrs Sawyer's Oak, popular, heech and hiokory I haven't Mr and Mr. Hannon. time to have them aawed up Julian H v He by par-cuts- They You wont blame us for bubbling over with en thusiasm when you see our newest Itrown, Cloverport, Ky. M KMK OENCNAL OrFICM NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIFS Society Items Of Local Interest Prcminent Couple Of Irvington and Webster, Marry. The marriage of Miss Essye C. a k,,,w.,d. Ky S room hoiiae. wrll of fine water, new ham, I lota of fruit iinrkly for hargain C. A. Oaltoway, Kinarawood. Ky. SM.K hoax DRESS GOODS The selection we are ijuite sure w FOR RATES FOR POLITICAL For Precinct and City Ofncei For County Oflficei... For State and Diatrict Opera a tr,o) For ('alia, per line. .in .10 For ( anla. per line For all Pttlificationa in the intereat of individual or eaprraaion of individ10 ual viewa, per line BO tnurinp car in firat claaa condition. For further information are Jamra Pitch, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALS or will trade for any kind of atock or aril on time, oni Overland Tour in II M car in good condition Rrard. If anlinahurfr. Ky. ML I At ,i barfala, Mtt five ill appeal to you. STARK-LOWMA- N CO. Representatives fashion's newest styles. Hats, large and small; drooping prims and chin chin effects; all smartly trimmed. Mrs. Sam H. Dix. (tf Stephensport. is Louisville Interesting til hi handling my Personal Mention Type-writin- g hats t his season. MissEvelynHicks MILLINER at V. G. Uabbagc's Cloverport, Kentucky office. Willie Warren Seaton spent Suni day in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sarver, of ville, are expected this week to be the guests of Mrs. Cook's sister, Mrs. Vanzant, attended the State Fair. Sam Berry, and Mr. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson, of Mrs. Sallie Moorman arrived home Hardinsburg, attended the State Fair. last week from a three months visit Miss Pink Ricketts, Union Star, is in Augusta. Mont.; with her son, Mr. visiting her sister, Mrs. Hanks in Jesse Moorman, and Mrs. Moorman. Louisville. Mrs. C. W. Moorman joined Mrs. Elmer Hoffious, of Vincennes, Ind., John Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg, last is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. weej and went to Henderson, where Wm. Hoffious. they spent several days with Mrs. Mrs. Agnes Horan and children, Hatchett. New Castle, Ky., arc visiting. Dr. and Mr. Sam Berry and son, Paul Ed-- I Mrs. Jesse Baucum. ward Berry, went to Louisville, SunTom Lyddan and son, and G. N. day to accompany home Mrs. Berry Lyddan. of Webster, went to the and children, who returned from State Fair, last week. Cleveland, O. Miss Mabel McCracken, of LouisMrs. W. L. Kirk, of Pleasant Ridge, ville, is the guest of her parents, Mr. Ky., is the guest of Mrs. Owen May. and Mrs. Will McCracken. Mrs. Kirk, who was Miss Virgie DanMrs. Stanley Jones, of Louisville, iels before her marriage, formerly liv spent the week-en- d with her parents, ed in Cloverport. Mr. and Mrs. Graham Jolly. i Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Keys and Donald Gregory, of Paducah, spent daughter, Miss Virginia Keys, of a few days with his parents, Mr. and Detroit, Mich , and West Point, Ky., guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Morris Gregory. i were the week-en- d Mrs. Estill Keown has returned to Mrs. Joe Fitch. Mrs. James R. Skillman, who has her home in Cloverport, after visiting been visiting in Owensboro, spent here. Owensboro Messenger. Mr. Edward Bowne and daughters. Tuesday here with Mr. Skillman's parMisses Artelia and Elizabeth Bowne, ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman, enroute to her home in Louisville. were in Louisville, last week. Mrs. Hovious Behen, who was in Mr. and Mrs. Scott Smart, of Hardinsburg Route :.' were in Louisville, Louisville last week to meet Mrs. J. last week attending the State Fair, j Proctor Keith, of Elizabethtown, rc- turiie.I home accompanied by Mrs. Rollie Fallon has returned to his Keith and daughter. Miss L'tcile in Terre Haute, lnd., after visithome Keith. ing his mother, Mrs. H. A. Fallon. Miss Mary Moorman, who is on a Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lewis, of furlough as missionary in Chint, arrivSedalia, Mo., are guests of Mr. Lewis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis. ed here Monday afternoon from Owensboro to visit Mr. and Mrs. Miss Julia Greenwood, of Irvington, Chas Lightfoot, and other friends in spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs' this city. Fladge Carter, and Miss Margaret Mrs. Sam Berry and children, Miss Carter. Helen Frances Berry, Masters Robert Miss Margaret Ashby went to Owen and Samuel LeRoy Berry, Stephensport, Sunday afternoon to spent last week in Cleveland, O., the spend a few days with Rev. Gentry guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Reid, and Mrs. Gentry. of 475 E. 147th, St. Mrs. Milt Mathcny and daughters, Mrs. H. V. Duncan is spending a Misses Theodsia, Juantta and Ruth this week with her son, Mr. D. M. Matheny, were in Louisville, last week Duncan, of and Mrs. Duncan, attending the State Fair. Brandenburg, before leaving for MarMr. and Mrs. Allen Pierce and ion, Ky., to, join Mr. Duncan in makchildren.of Glen Dean, motored here ing their home in that city. to spend Sunday with Mr. Pierce's Cloverport people who attended the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce, State Fair in Louisville were: Miss Miss Jane Warfield is expected1 Lora Carson, Dr. Jesse Baucum and home this week after an extended Mrs. Baucum, Sterrett Ashby, Mrs. visit in Louisville with her brother, Conway, Mr. and Mrs. Heston Dris- Mr. Prank Warfield and Mrs. War-fielWell, Casper Gregory and John Carson. Miss Mary LaRue Beard, of HarMrs. William G. Polk and son, dinsburg, arrived Monday evening to William I'olk, Jr , returned to their be the guest of Miss Louise Nicholas home in Cincinnati, Monday after a for a few days. three weeks visit with Mrs. Polk's Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Cook, of Louis- - parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Bab- i j j d. Kendall and Mr. Clarence McGloth-l- a it was quietly solemnized in Louisville, on Thursday afternoon, September 11, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Hurst, and Mr. Hurst. Only members of the two immediate families were present, and following the ceremony the bride and groom had a wedding supper at the home of the lattcr's sister. Mrs. J. T. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. McYilothlan left Friday for Chattanooga, where they will reside. Mrs. McGlothlan is the daughter of Mr. and" Mrs Jake Kendall, of Webs. ter, and Mr. McGlothlan's parents and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan, who live in Irvington. doo Kitchen Shower Given For Mrs. Robert L. Hamman. Mrs. Robert L Hamman was the guest of honor at a kitchen shower on last Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock, given by Miss Mary Christina Hamman at the home of her par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Ham man. After Mrs. Hamman had been showered with many useful gifts in kitchen ware, the guests were served graye juice and cake. Those to whom invitations were issued included: Mrs. Hamman, Misses Eloise Hen-dricEleanor Reid, Alice Couch, Eva Wroe, Eva Jolly, Addie McGavock, Louise Nicholas, Louise Weatherholt, Emily Reid, Rosa Driscoll, Margatet Sutton, Chlora Mae Seaton and Lillian Polk. ooo art-Mrk, Serge Mine, Hlack, Hrown. Copen. fA Cardinal, from DUO up to )anish Cloth I 0liUU f) r ft WANTED WANTKI) lor One portahle aaw mill and F.npinr caah. Old Hickory Novelty Co., at Wool Poplin 50c S1.50 75c per yard Wool Batiste-- (i . Hlack. Blue, Brown, LOST LOST ' I . I Sunday. Sept. 14, on road , hetween , . i i:t ii'.rii'uii niiiii nariiin a acnool nouae. moving; piciurc acreen. r inner return to Breckenridge Nrwa office and receive re11 per yard 1'laid Suitings, per yard rey. Luvander, ward of $1.00 75c 90c ...1 SI. 00 S2.00 S2.00 S2.50 LOST 4x34 Leaf rhargra 7li Cloverport and Oarrrtt. one rim and tire. Clover Brand. I'leaae aend to (".eorgr Hite, K. Third St. Owenahoro. with all Between demountable Taffeta Silk (iiey. Blue. Green, Roue, per yard Mesal i lie Black, Blue, Kose, per yard per yard THE OLD FASHIONED GIRL. ; hair-Y- et Georgett- e- Blue, Grey. Yellow, ever so much cheaper. Splendid She didn't amoke cigarrttea. And ahe didn't chew gum or drink And ahe didn't paint, or wear falae ahe had her fun, I think. Ofcouixe we have rLe Florine (Summer) Silk She waa modeat and aweet and full of aenae. And lappy and cheerful, and more She waa the kind of a girl your mother waa In the golden daya of yore. We miaa her ao much in theae modern timea, And her place will never be filled By the drinking girl and the amnking girl, Tn all of the new fads akilled. She waa gifted, oh. with a gracioua aenae Of the proper and noble and high; And ahe laughed and aang in her aunny way And could look any man in the eye. her back for a little while, Her charm and her akill and grace; Her gentle voice and her lovely amile And her bright and sunny face. We want GINGHAMS for the Girl. Cloverport, Kentucky Noltes Department Store The kind of a girl that your mother waa, Who bore in her stainless breast Only the thought of the highest things And the purest and the beat. The real girl and not the sham, The girl that would not can-Tcourt the notice of vulgar eyes With her frivolous, flaunting air. girl who was full of life And full of gumption, too The girl that your father made his wife, And that nursed and cuddled you. The Bentztown, Bard. a Mary Webb, both of Garfield, Ky., were married in Hardinsburg, last Wednesday morning, and after the wedding they went to Louisville to attend the State Fair. 'Mrs. Reach Tells How She Got To Mr. and Mrs. Squires were in Know Cloverport, Sunday the guests of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B .F. "Have always feared rats. Lately squires. i ney returned Monday to noticed many on my farm. A neighbor Garfield, where thev will reside. said he just got rid of droves with Rat-Snap- ." . Bride and Groom Attend State Fair on Their Honeymoon. Mr. Andrew Squires and Miss The kind of . Having sold my farm, I now offer private sale the following described persona ity: One pair of work and brood mares and one nice tnare colt (suckling), one four year-olsaddle and harness mare, one two-yeold 1'ercheron sired horse; five head of dairy cows and some choice heifers, one l'oland China brood sow will farrow in September, other good hogs (feeders) one Deeriilg Binder and one Empire grain drill, both good as new; Deering Mowe- and rake, Chatham Fanning Mill (new), one Reid Culti vator, three Wagons, two Buggies and Plows and Harrows galore; one pow r kerosene Engine, steel grinder, also French stone burrs for grinding table meal, with line shaft and belting complete; (a mo.iey maker) Other things too numerous to mention Come early or regret it as when you failed to get the farm TKRMS. ar six-hor- se Personal Property For Sale! at J. H. BLYTHE, R. R No. 2, Box 26, Hardinsburg, Ky. O'clock Dinner Given For Mrs. H. V. Duncan. 12 , RAT-SNA- This started me think- Mrs. H. V. Duncan, of Marion, Ky who has been spending the summer with her sister. Mrs. J. H. Rowland, was the honor guest at a 12 o'- K. Hardesty, Stephensport; Conrad clock dinner given last Monday by Payne & Co , Cloverport'; and B. F. Mrs. Frank Kerry at her home on Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. ing. Tried RAT-SNA- P myself. It killed 17 and scared the rest away." RAT-SNA- P comes in three sizes, :J5c, 50c, $1 Oo. Sold and guaranteed by E. mmmmmmmmmammmmmm SERVICE "(pammrnmmmmm The "Prudent Man" Protects His Home With a Bank Account Monev PILED UP in the bank is the one sure protection against the storms of adversity. No man who has a home and family should enu 2 danger the security of his home or the comfort of w his familv should he be taken awav from them. -MONEY IN THE BANK will best insure the b, As you earn w comfort of a man's wife and children. money bank it regularly and make your family independent. l River Street. - Wilson and After four weeks spent with relatives. Miss Iva Wine returned last Monday to her home in Dayton, O. After spending vacation with1 his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt, Mr. Forrest Dryden Weatherholt returned Sunday to Lexington to attend the State University. Mrs. Adel Hambleton is ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charlie Keil on the Hill. Miss Kthel Smith, of Terre Haute, Ind.. visited her aunt, Mrs. Jessie Isom, last week at the Tar Springs. Mrs Hiram Moorman went to Louisville, last Saturday to visit her daughter. Mrs Arthur Davis and Mr. Davis. Mrs. Jane' Beavin and daughter, Miss Sarah Beavin, of McQuady. were in town Monday to see Mr. Simon Beavin and family. Mr. Sam Burdett returned home Tuesday from Kockport, where he had been for a short visit to his son, Zack Burdett. Mrs. Kennedy Black is in Louis-- ' ville, to see her brother. Mr. Jake Miller, and other relatives. Miss Ethel Smith returned to her home in Terre Haute, Ind., laat Monday accompanied by her grandmother, Mrs. W. J. Smith, who has gone for an extended visit to her sonk Mr. Sam Smith. After several months.' illness, Mr. Jesse Isom is reported improved. Mrs James Sahlie spent several days at the Tar Springs, last week and the week-en- d at Hites Run with her father, Mr. Sam Burdett. The Irvington school begins next Monday, Sept. IS, and the patrons are looking forward to a very successful school. Mrs. Eliza Blain, who spent several months this summer in Stephensport, and alao visited relatives in Cloverport, will return this week to her home in Florida. Mrs. Burt Parson and baby, Mildred Bcrnicc, spent part of last week in Pateeville, the guests of Mr. Par- Covers were laid for Mrs. Ferry and her mother, Mrs. A. M. Miller, Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Rowland and is the place. Bargains for this week Mrs. Frank Mattingly. $1.00 bucket pure lard 80c oOc b'oom 6,sc HILL ITEMS .."iOc 8:c broom .Vtc apple butter. ,y)c The Rev T. N. Williams will fill :15c peach butter his regular appointment at the Lucile 3c 10c Macaroni 8' Memorial .next Sunday morning and 5c Washington crisps lac evening. Everybody especially invitLight House cleanser 4c ed. And other such bargains. Drop iu and Miss Nanirie Lee' Fwekier, of natar see for yourself Irvington, is the gmsst of her aunt, 6. Wethington, Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. Steve Mr. Wilson. The Hill Grocery C 90 o o CO H n 1 FIRST STATE BANK Irvington, Ky. PROGRESS a- -a A "Want Ad" in the News works the same magic as 'little drops of water' in dry times XXXXXXXXXXXXXX) XXXX Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Company Fourth and Market Streets New Ready-to-Wea- rs Louisville, :- -: Kentucky Have Arrived in Large Selection a Capital and Surplus W $600 000.00 NEW FALL SUITS $25 to $60 In striking smart models of Tricotine, Serge, Wool e are especially prepared to serve you intelligently in Commercial Banking Savings Accounts Safety Deposit Boxes Poplin and Silvertone Cloth. WOMEN'S DRESSES $15 to $39.50 Satin and Serge DretMea Trust Business OlDiUU f r Af) Satin aod $20.00 Tricotine Dresses at All Serge at 1 B 111 J' 'aliiV yI OFFICERS J. BOLLltfTfi President , PAUL COM PT(), Se, t, L ATBKBTON, Vice Pres. J. K. KISKN'BKIS. As.. Sec'y K. S. UAPIKli, Awt. Treasurer P. J, BOHNE; Treasurer. V. B. S27.50 S39.50 BEBNHK1M, Vice-Pi- . i ,. $6.50 Blue Georgette Waists $10.00 New Mats Arriving Daily MRS. ETHEL 0. HILLS Cloverport. MaalMky MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. son's parents PAGE THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 17, lilt Waterway Thousands have been fully re stored to health and strength as a of taking re-Hult PROCEEDINGS Fiscal Court of Breckinridge County, Regular Term, Eighth Day of April 1919. (Continued From Last Week) county with the commissioner appointed to make said settlement and presented in open court, their said settlement which settlement was examined in open Said settlement shows that court. said Carman has in his hands as Sheriff of Breckinridge county the $2,4- -' To Health oEYGLHIft "The Waterway to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the Spring without any condensing or fortifying whatever. Came J Hreckinridge B. Carman, Sheriff of 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful in Glass of Water Prescribed by physicians for constipation, indigestion rheumatic affections, Fund, and the sum of due the General county fund, and the sum of $J7.2l2.2n due the road and bridge fund and the sum of $50 5rt due the railroad fund and the sum of fAtM 7 4 due the first dis- trict road, and bridge fund, the sum of fattff.lt dm tlir second road and bridge fund, the sum of $.,:.r:i :.r due the third district road bridge fund, the sum of $3'.'K5 77 due the fourth district road and bridge fund, the sum of $lWifi due the fifth district road and bridge fund, and the sum of $2il:in II due the sixth district road and bridge fund Hardinshurg. Ky April '.. To the Honorable Judge of Breckinridge County and the members- of the Breckinridge Fiscal Court: $7748 50 School .1 I herewith hand you my final re- port of the Office of county Treasur- er, covering the period from the oath of April 191. to the time when each was herein represented account turned to my successor, Hon. L. B Reeves, the present County Treasur- cr Fach account shows the date when each was finally transferred and the condition of each when repted by Mr Reeves You will note that Bonds No 34 and 35 are hereto attached, cancelled, the interest on ac-an- BUT THIS COUNTRY HAS ONLY POSTMASTERS The little town of Steinberg, sj we read, is the first in Germany to hare ,i "bnrgomistress." This vernal honor has been intrusted to Fran Shucker, keeper of the village inn. Ir. the discharge of her new duties, Friu Shucker will leHive no stein unturned. Chicago Evening News. B.A.THOMAS 1st Stock Remedy d each having been paid to date of cancellation. All of which are respectfully submitted. Paul Compton, K Treasurer. Breckinridge County. By R R. Specializing In Trial Practice MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 1606-7-1 n For Horses, Cattle and Sheep OLD KENTUCKY MFC CO .Inc.. Padacah, Ky. For Salt By Building LOUISVILLE More G. WETHINGTON and all good dealers Compton, Att'y $ HO -, Than 20 Years Experience pressure, hardening of arteries and skin affec- hifh blood Money back if tions. satisfied. On prescription from your physician or at your BookilruRgist's let on request. The Dcvonitn Mineral Spring Co. ( sum of $7.74i .'0 due the School Fund County Fund, 1 4 due General due road fund. due Bridge Fund, $S,8HH 54 due railroad fund. Road and Bridge fund of the first district, the sum of $43;iH74; Second district. $:!7!T.10; third district, $2513.57; fourth district, tMSs.-77- ; sixth disfifth district. First District Road Fund 1918 April i, Ky cash on bands as of last report April '., By cash, received from A T Beard, S B. C. April Hi. By cash, received Anril II to I'hri L to l!lc at Hardin slm r a & Tr t o . for See last report for list of these orders to orders April balance transferred to L 30, PERMANENT DENTIST 2,628.37 872.61 Dr. Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office J. C. OVERBY DENTIST $3,5H0.98 By MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. Located permanently in Hardinsburg. Occupying office recently vacated by Dr. Walker. Incorporated) Owensboro, Ky. trict. ftMais, The vote being taken resulted unanimously in faw.r of the adoption of the foregoing motion. It is ordered and directed by the April court that J B. Carman. Sheriff of April county pay to the Breckinridge Treasurer of said county the sum of April ltMi; cash on hands and which B. Reeves by check in March was 1911 .55 $.1,581 53 tt.Ml.t1 $1,912.27 103.30 Second District Road Fund: 1918 By cash received from A T. Beard. S. B. C. I, IS, By cash 11, To check to Bk of Hardinsburg & Tr. C, for list of orders sworn on April If IS, report this check CLOVERPORT Tuesday Sept. 23 EMERSON'S hereto attached $2,015.57 $2,015.57 $2,015.57 The United States Railroad Administration Announces April April April 9, 9, By cash, on hand last Third District Road Fund: report 1918. $ 31582 1,417.17 Irvington, Ky September 26th and 27th, Account TO By cash, received from A. T. Beard, S B. C. 11, Check to Bk. of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., for list $1,782.94 of orders shown on April 1918, report April 30, Balance cash on hands and which was trans9.85 ferred to L. B. Reeves by check March 1919 "Golden Rod" THE LARGEST SHOW BOAT EVER BUILT $1,792.79 $1,792.79 BRECKINRIDGE Louisville, COUNTY FAIR. April April April Henderson & St. Louis Railroad. Fourth District Road Fund: 1918. $2,144.40 cash received from A. T. Beard, S. B. C. 225.01 16. By cash 11. check to Bk of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., for list $2,369.41 of ordeis shown on April 1918 report 9, By Four Acts. Will present the Great New York MeloDramatic success in Jfot a Moving Picture- For detailed information apply to Local Ticket Ajzent $2,36941 $2,369.41 "A Little Girl in a Big City." Pronounced by both the press and pulpit of the great city to be "a true story of the dangers and pitfalls that confront the girl who comes to the big city alone." HUGHES' CHILL TONIC PALATABLE (Contains no Arsenic.) Better Than Calomel and Quinina. The Old Reliable Fifth District Road Fund: April, By cash received from A. T. Beard, S. B. April, By cash received April, Check to Bk of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., of orders shown of settlement of April 1918, 1918. C. $1,022.89 257.08 $1,279 97 $1,279.97 $1,279.97 for list (report) as for Chills and Fevers. Malarial Fevers. Swamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers, lust what you need at this season. MILD LAXATIVE. NERVOUS SEDATIVE, SPLENDID TONIC. 50c and $ I 00 Bottles IT. Don't Take Any Substitute. TRY As wall Excellent General Tonic Prepared by ROBINSON-PETTET Sixth District Road Fund: 1918 April, By cash on hands last report $ 212.33 April 9, By cash, received from A. T. Beard. S. B. C. 1,513.85 April 11. Check to Bk. of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., for list of orders shown on April 1918 reports. $1,317.97 April 30, Balance 'on hands and transferred to L. B. Reeves by check on farch, 17th, 1919 408.21 $1,726.18 $1,726.18 Ran Over a Year in New York A play that every mother and daughter should see. CO . incosiora rso Louisville, Ky. Sinking Fund 1918. OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS Selene aays that old age begins with weakened kidneys and digestive organs. This being true, it is easy to believe keeping the kidneys and that by organs cleansed and in proper working order old age can be deferred and life prolonged far beyond that enjoyed by the average person. For over 200 years GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Of lias ben relieving the Weaknesses and disability due to ade vancing years. It is a standard hum remedy and needs no introduction. iOI.li MEDAL Haarlem Oil is Inclosed in odorless, t isteltss capsules containing a.bout drops each. Take them as you would a pill, with a small old-tim& April 1. By balance on hands April 9, Cash received from A. T. Beard, S. B. C. April II, Check to Bk. of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., Int. on bond April 3, Check to Thos O'Riley, Interest 10-8-- $ 419 57 981.13 30.00 25.00 High class Vaudeville acts of merit. The biggest thing ever produced on the river. A Brand New Show From Our Former Visit. Contihued on page even wallow of water. The oil stimulates the kidney action and enables the organs Is throw off the poisons which cause premature old age. New life and strength increase as you continue the treatment. When completely restored continue taking a capsule or two each day. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules will keep you in health and vigor and prevent a return of the disease. Do not wait until old ave or disease have settled down for good. Oo to your druggist and get a box of UOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money refunded if they do not help you. Three sizes. Hut remember to ask for the original Imported GOLD MEDAL brand. In sealed packages. LEXINGTON MAN GIVES REASONS FOR HIS BELIEF Johnson Thinks Benefits Gained Justify Glowing Tribute Paid Trutona. Lexington, Ky.. Sept, 1. "Because of relief I've gained I feel that I'm justified i" Mjrinf, t hut Trutona gave DM more benefit! than any other medicine I've ever taken," Russell Johnson, M yean old. a retired furni ture dealer and well known Lexing ton resident of ISA Smith Lime St 'in street, said recently "For many yean I've been troubled 'I with constipation," he continued. I had taken luxatives constantly would become in dizzy at timei thai I could hardlv act around. I was nervous and restless at night so Sad I couldn't sleep. 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My bowels j in i hi1 ... regularity now; I don't experience the dizzy spells any more and my appetite is much better I'm glad to recommend than before of ' e, lias voiced the opinion! thousands of people who haw tried Trutona and t'ouiid the perfect Mr. John.Min Trutona." you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll all right, if you'll put ring-i- n cigarette papers and with a jimmy pipe or nail some Prince Albert for packing! O CAY, pep-in-- y our-smokemot- or, HHUS (etfsttil&fsKJsslQflfl 82 tome to be uasarpssed M a reioiis-- ; THOS. OLDHAM, Stephen sport, Ky. ENOS SPtNCtR. tructive agency as well as a most successful combatant of stomach, liver and bowel troubles. nervousness, sleeplessness, and the like. Trutona is now being introduced and explained in C'loverport at, Wedding's Drug Store; in Hardinsburg at F. S. Kiticheloe's Drug Store, and in Irvington at Park's I'harmacy. p, Subscribes For His Father. Just between ourselves, you never will wise-u- p to until you can call a pipe by its first name, then, to hit the you land square peak on that two fisted man tobacco, Prince Albert I Well, air, you'll be so happy you'll want to get a photograph of yourself breezing up the pike with your smokethrottle wide ---- all-fir- ed open ! Commercial School A MSULASLY INCONPORATKO INSTITUTION OP LSAHNma 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Postorfics LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training StucUnU euro Practical, Paying Raaulta. Catalogue sent upon requeat. Babliagi Dial Kudosed bud money order for $1.30 for which please send The Ureckenridge News a year to my father whose address is J. S. Wright, (hula Vista, Cel. Box 84. Yours sincerely, Lee K Wnght, Owcntmouth, Csl. 1 Talk about smoke-sporttidy Ymm ! Quality makes Prince Albert So StM appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pips and men who've smoked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hands out I P. A. can't bits or parch! Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process I Right now while ths going's good you get out your old jimmy pipe or the papers and land on some P. A. for what ail your particular amokaappetitm I comc crMJa im wtc mmi R. tkml Aitt wJ Mm. UWmm Prtww c4aaa, traslsm tmo sW kawn wmmi. TlMSir sf Sotra. y uf kmrm trnhmatm pmmmm mmd mmV mtmmJ Urn SatBSaW oaaf tkm i (us. mUn milk laawj . mtttmU SMssms. J. Reynolds Tobeseo Company, Wiuston-Selem- , R C, SEPTEMBER 17, 1919 THE BRBCKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY COURT PROCEEDINGS nix 1919 PAGE Save Your Coupons 1 BRECKINRIDGE FISCAL March Continue! from page R. Reeves, for remainder of 17, To check to I Funds on hands in this account They Are Valuable April O, Check to Rk of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co , interest on Rond held hy Mrs. C. B. Norton April 24, Check to Bk. of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., interest on bond held by Mr W. Allen April 24, Check to Bk of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., interest on general expense bond $222.33 April 23, Check to Mrs. Sallie Coke Interest on general expense bonds, $1,000.00 and $500 00 and pauper fund $90.87 April 30, Check to Mrs. Sallie Coke interest April 30, Check to Mrs. Clint Arms interest May 2. check to J. C. Mattinglv interest April 23, Mrs. J. C. Crutcher interest April 23, Mrs. J. C. Crutcher interest May 1, C. H. Mattingly May 4, Bk. of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., May 17. Check to C. M. Heston May 24, Check to Miss Ctara Heston June 1. Check to A. R. Kincheloe, admr, of Mr. W. K. M II 10 $3 M i; General Expense. 1918. FREE ' FREE 75 00 13 34 05.45 95.05 45.38 273 23 34.86 31 82 50.00 2500 2.92 18.80 28.30 42.80 June June Barnes' interest 1. Check Harold Parks interest 11, Check to Bk of Hardinsburg 28 April lo, To overdraft ( April 10, by cash received from A T Beard. S , April 10, By cash received from Thos O'Donoghtie Sub. to Hdg. and Monarch Bridge April 10, Ry check to White Kincheloe for freight and hauling April 8. to check to Thos O'Donoghtie, Fence April 22, J. H. Berry April 5, check to Hardinsburg Klec Light C( April 1, Percy Arms, wood for jail May 8, to check Record Press, for "check books" June 13. to check J. C. Lewis, work on C. H Windows July to check to Telephone co., message to Lakeland August , Hardinsburg Mill fit Klevator Co., coal account August 31, to check Cumberland Telephone message to Lakeland Hy amount of overdraft in which condition this account was transferred to L. R. Reeves. Treasurer, elect $371.48 $823 I I on .40 90 00 201.14 "Paramount" Aluminum Guaranteed 20 Years Pleasing to the housewife and a perpetual saving to the household. Easy to keep clean and, therefore, always pleasing in appearance. IN 2.25 It. fid 1.00 1 :,oo 2o Attractive Shapes and Lasting in Quality re- 230.18 .70 Less fuel needed and no cooking utensils to 42.24 & Tr. Co., interest 1.01 1 on 28 bonds June 11, Check to Bk ,N of Hardinsburg & & Tr. Co., Co., on 5675 on 34 39 81 70 34.25 5o.no 21.15 bonds Check to Bk. of Hardinsburg June 7 12. Tr bonds $t :0 H 920.35 To the Hon. 5, B. Payne. Judge Rreckinridge county court and the members of the Fiscal court. Your Treasurer begs leave to submit the following report of business which has conic in to his hands since August 19, 191s tor the year ending April 1, June June July July July 12, Check to Rk. of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., bond held for Mrs. Bettie Norton 11 Check to Thos O'Reilly interest 26th, Check, 60 T. G. Eskridge interest on bond "E" 15, Check to Mrs. Wm. Allen, interest 31, By overdraft in which condition this account was transferred to L. B. Reeves (Note above is hereto attached) 1919. General Expense Fund Receipts. From Mrs. Zeno Hendrick. Nov. I, 1919, for county bond-- . From Note executed by county Treasurer, Ptb. 24. 1919 to cover overdrafts From Jos. W. Harth, County Agent Mar 19, 7IS.M From Paul ContptOfl ExTreasurer as balance on band March 24. 1919 $2,040.00 place, "Paramount" Aluminum, with proper care, will last a lifetim i. Practical Pure Aluminum Cooking Utensils given FREE, in Exchange for Cash Trade. No advance in price on Merchandise, hut a g plan for the benefit of our regular cusand also those who will now be pleased to tomers, become regular patrons of this store. Cordially yours, profit-sharin- 9M.M 5.00 79.79 $3,062.79 $ R. W. Jones. General $2,153.16 $2,153.16 Hardinsburg, Harned, Garfield Turnpike April, Balance on hands last report April 2, Check to W. E. Carrigan, labor April 6, Check to D. H. Smith, account April 26, Check to L. H. & St. L. R. R. Freight May 2, Check to VV. E. Carrigan, labor April 26, Check to Fred Wagner Co., account May 19, 1918. $ 417.12 $ 32.00 103.78 18.64 30.00 1.30 21.60 16.10 12.00 .3.75 13.50 164.98 1.00 Check to L. H. & St. L. Ry. Mileage for W. E. Carrigan April 26, Check to Ohio River Sand Co., account June 8, Check to Thos Cannon, labor with Carrigan July 5, Check Byron Dejarnette July 6, Bk of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., July 6, Check to D. H. Smith, account July 6, Check to Post Master for stamps for Carrigan July 6, Check to WC. F. Pease Co., paper July 6, W. E. Carrigan, labor August 3, Check to Louis Moorman, labor with Carrigan August lo, D. H. Smith, accountant August, By overdraft in which condition this account was transferred to L. B. Reeves, County Treasurer ja 24.00 16.50 701.22 744.19 Total. Disbursements. To Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. To W. J. Hall, for pauper coal Hardinsburg Auto Co., repairs on lawn mower Wm. Norton, interest on bond No. 41 to Margaret Wheatley for damages for opening road through her premises J. M. Herndon, Admr., McGhee estate for Wilbur Parks, bond and interest C. H. Mattinglv bond and interest Asa Norton, wood for jail Joe Hinton, wood for jail John Hook, for making cabinet for Tax Commissioner's office James Kinnison, kindling for court house Hardinsburg Electric Light Co., fuses, lamps and lights from April to November 1918 Owen Meador. kindling for county buildings Hardinsburg Mill& Elevator Co. from Aug 1, to Jan. 2, 1918 Hardinsburg Mill & Electric Light Co., coal for county Hardinsburg Electric Light Co., light for county bldg's to Jan. 13, 1919 Glen Dean, Ky. Save Your Coupons They Are Valuable 35.70 6.00 2.00 1.20 Merchant 20.08 21.60 1.99 7.20 7.2o 3.37 3.40 27.90 2.92 4.72 9.45 5.40 5.40 1.35 22.95 .45 2.02 17.55 8.77 23.95 12.69 12.90 22.50 2.72 20.02 42.67 16.23 .55 16.67 7.04 1.070.00 3 00 6.00 2.00 4.00 53.50 4.00 Allen Meador. labor 175.56 Kelly Watts, labor 211.86 Will Sermon, labor Wilbur Webster, labor Taylor Meador, labor Percy Owen, labor Herbert Basham, labor Clarence Mulam, labor Pete Nash, labor Will Sermon, labor Boast Poole, labor Krnest Mattingly, labor Krnest Mattingly, labor Rex Owen, labor Rex Owen, labor Robert Miller, labor Wilbur Webster, labor J. S. Poole, labor Robt. Cecil, labor J. S. Poole, labor Twain Milam, labor J. M. Crume, labor M. 1.20 .60 1.80 3 00 Bruington, labor Louis ' Moorman, Stinnett, brooms for court house Hardinsburg Light Co.. light for Jan. 1919 Hardinsburg Light co.. light for Feb. 1919 $1,161.31 $1,161.31 Henderson Guthrie for repairing pump at jail Railroad Fund Account 1918. . W B Lennon. vital statistics $2,398.47 R A Shellman vital statistics April 9, By amount received from A. T. Beard, S. B. C. April 9, By amount on hands 242.26 R. T. Dempster, vital statistics J. H. Comer, vital statistics June 11, Check to Bk. of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., for R. R. Bonds, Nos. 34 and 35 which are attached Mrs. Mollie Dempster, vital statistics $2,000.00 Dr. W. L. Milner, vital statistics June 11, Check to above Bank for interest on above Lee Stewart, vital statistics named bonds attached 53.66 Dr. C. R. Lightfoot. vital statistics 595.93 June 15, Cash received August 17, To balance on hands 8.86 Dr. J. C. Sutton, vital statistics J. T. Mitchem, vital statistics $2,649.59 $2,649.59 J C Nolte, vital statistics The above balance credit, transferred to L. B. Reeves the incoming Dr. B. H. Parrish, vital statistics Dr. A. M. Kincheloe, vital statistics Treasurer in two checks, for $595.85 and .08 which closes said account. Dr. G. E. Shively, vital statistics Railroad Coupon Account 1918. Dr. O. K. Ferguson, ' vital statistics $ 660.00 Dr. Jan. 1, Balance, cash on hands J. A. Sandbach, vital statistics July 31, To coupons honored to date interest $1,170.00 Dr. J. L. Allen, vital statistics July 31, By amount overdrawn 510.00 Dr. D. S. Sphire, vital statistics Dr. J. W. Meador, vital statistics $1,170.00 $1,170.00 Dr. F. S Clark, vital statistics The above credit accepted by L. B. Reeves, when he assumed the Dr. J. E. Kincheloe, vital statistics duties of the County Treasurer. Dr. J. M. Walker, vital statistics Dr. J. E. Matthews, vital statistics Bridge Fund 1918. $1,279.52 A. O. Marshall, vital statistics April 9, By cash on hands 5,960 .55 Malinda Beaviu, vital statistics April 9, By cash received from A. T. Beard, S. B. C. Nellie Tindle, vital statistics May 13, Check to Bk. of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., claim $ 74.77 Dr. E. C. Harned, vital statistics May 13, Check to Bank, Claim allowed in April Dr. W. L. Ozment, vital statistics 294.69 Term of Court Dr. F. L. Lightfoot, vital statistics 4,779.00 May 23, Creek to E. St. Louis Bridge Co., contract J. VV. Sarver. vital statistics April 11, Check to Bk. of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., Mrs. J. G. Hale, vital statistics 2,235.56 Claims to April 18, 1918 Dr. R. T. Dempster, vital statistics 143.95 August 17, By overdraft Dr. J. G Hale, vital statistics $7,38 02 $7,384.02 Dr. S. P. Parks, vital statistics Laura Basham, vital statistics The above overdraft of $143.95 was condition of account when trans- E McCarty, vital statistics ferred to L. B. Reeves, Treasurer elect. BL B.9I Macb Walls, labor 2.00 William Heath, labor 8.99 Taylor Meador. labor 6.50 Ely Potts, labor 2.00 Henry Smiley, labor 59.00 Wilbur Webster 13.25 Herbert Chanibliss, labor W. A. Harper, labor 1 50 17.00 1.50 5.75 10.00 7.50 .25 D. H. Smith, labor October, estimate 2.00 1.60 11.40 15.40 3.00 37.80 7.00 12.80 1.00 4.60 6.00 466.24 20.25 11.25 2.25 12.15 10.12 41 30 ' ' ' j Allen Meador, labor Kli Potts, labor T. A. Wales, labor Arthur Smith, labor Joe Alexander, labor C. J. Alexander, labor Leo Sheeran, labor Sherdie Basham. labor Ernest Mattingly, labor Rufus Dowell, labor E. B. Payne, labor Ely Potts, labor Clarence Belt, labor Clarence Milam, labor H. Chambliss, labor Eddie Brown, labor R. F. Mattingly. labor Homer Alexander, labor Herbert Haycraft, labor Wm. Heath, labor (Continued Next Week 52.20 .90 23.25 23.75 5.75 4.75 1.50 10.75 10.50 3.00 9.00 14.50 5.50 37.50 1.25 18.00 1 1.00 .25 1 oO 2.00 2.25 3.00 10.00 2.00 .75 .. 7.25 5.50 .95 1.00 $3,236.20 173.41 1,171.73 School Fund 1911 April 9, By amount received of A. T. Beard, S. B. C $9,966.89 April 10, to check to J. R. Meador, Co. Supt of Schools $9,966.89 check and receipt for same attd. hereto Vital Statistics By 1918. amount received from A. claims as evidenced by 54 of Health hereto attached S. B. C. To vouchers, By State Board T. Beard, Total Disbursements, Overdrawn, Amount now in hands of Sheriff due this fund Turnpike Fund. Receipts. From note executed by county Treasurer on Feb 24th, 1919, to cover overdraft Disbursements. J. S. Poole, labor Bob Mattingly, labor R. Owen, labor E. B. Payne, labor H. Tate, labor Ransom Dowell, labor W. O. Butler, labor Twain Milan, labor Clarence Milan, labor Emmet Harper, labor R. Cisal, labor Pete Nash, labor Paul Tucker, labor J. E. Brown, labor Clay Harper, labor Bob Weatherford, labor T. A. Wales, labor Karl Wilson, labor Rufus Dowell. labor Enimett Macey. labor Dai Thornhill, labor Roy Basham, labor G. Macey, labor L H Soper, labor Wi Sermon, labor Willard Watts, labor M. Jackson, labor Robt. Miller, labor Herbert Milner. labor Claude Smiley, labor J. R Mingus, labor A. T. Pate, labor Raymond Squries, labor Leo Sheeran. labor Milt Davis, labor B. Wt Gray, labor B. P. Gray, labor Sam Jennings, labor C. 22.27 10 35 DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders 9.00 5.40 2.02 22.05 16.65 4.32 6.75 8.10 13.25 8.64 4.32 5.85 4.32 2.25 8.10 9.00 7.20 7.04 4.05 13 50 Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep. Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Faira in Past Five Yean Valley Home Stock Farm W. J. OWEN ft SONS. Propietora Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 29.25 13.95 05 Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle 6.07 5.85 9.00 1.44 ORCHARD HOME FARM G. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor Breeder of 4.05 .90 7.20 18 00 16.20 9.00 1.80 Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 9. THE J. M HOWARD FARMS HOWARD ft SON, Prop. Wheatley. labor Dan Thornhill, labor Kmmett Macy, labor James Knott, labor J. E. Smith .labor Eli Pile, labor from March 1918 to $413.50 9.75 July 30, 1918 August, to Voucher 1919 April 9, To balance on hands and check for same given L. B. Reeves, County Treasurer, on this date $ 30.25 $453.50 $453.50 $83,25 $3.50 1918 March By balance cash on hands To voucher on board of health B. Poole, labor Taylor Meador, labor $ 34 88 Percy Owen, labor Ohio River sand Co. J. Whitworth, Freight MAI t Jennings, labor 17.25 Wilbur Webster, labor Louis Moorman, labor D. H. Smith, estimate of Sept D. H. Smith, estimate for Sept. S, 1918 559.14 Bank of Hardinsburg & Tr Ky. Culvert Co. 429.32 Co. order H. & G. Pike co labor and Jesse Kincheloe, Moorman, labor Loui 6.00 teams James II. Gardner, labor 17.40 Arthur Smith, labor 4.00 Sam Jennings, laboi Louis Moorman, labor III $5,252.98 2.0O 5.20 .80 4.80 .12 30 282.51 751.45 no 1.60 9J WE ALWAY8 HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 8 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS BRECKINRIDGE-BAN- K OF CLOVERPORT SECURITY EDWAKD BOWNE, President SERVICE CONTENTMENT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier SS S.MSSSSi Arthur Horsley, labor Taylor Meador, labor Kmmett Harper, labor C Klliot, labor Lee Elliot, labor Wm. Heath, labor Paul Alexander, labor Hol Nash, labor l'aul Basham, labor li Roj Kasham, labor T J Hay, labor Wilbur Webster, labor Bob Weatherford, labor Leonard Macey. labor Guy Tucker, labor M. Jackson, labor C Mattingly, labor Asia Wheeler, labor Kmmett Mattingly, labor Bob Mattingly, labor (1 Macey, labor l.ovil llaycraft, labor J. K Brown, labor Paul Alexander, labor Paul Tucker, labor l laude Smiley, labor W A Harper, labor A T Pate, labor W. O. Butler, labor Milt Tate, labor H Milner, labor 3.82 Sborthorn and Polled Catle Roam Sultan, a 3600. ton of White hall Sultan, heads the herd. Hogs, Sprague Defender heads the 19 35 Out herd. 27.45 Young atock (or Sale at all timet. It will pay you to vitit our farm. 24.75 5.40 Glen Dean, -: -: Ky. 15.30 16.65 1.35 29.35 Hardinsburg. Ky. 21.37 Dealers in 34.20 LSI STOCK AND 22.72 11. ::- BEARD BROS. LIVE TOBACCO 8 10 9.45 1.12 3.37 20.25 29.75 30 60 High-Clas- s 3 60 dle and 1 12 C. V. Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealer in Robertson 18.00 4.05 4.0S 10.08 14 85 Horses, Mules, Fine SadHarness Horses. It will pay you to visit my Stables PARK PLACE G. N. Lyddan 23 85 M 30.60 2 92 FARMER AND FEEDER Irvington, Ky. .80 .90 1.80 81.80 94 90 4.95 WEBSTER STOCK FARM H. H. NORTON, Owner Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in All Kinds of Live Stock. KntCary. 144 Webster, PAGE 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. A part of a tract of deeded to A Breer by laaac Norton, by deed dated February 12, 179. and hounded as follow: He I ginning at a large whiteoak oa a branch in Snyder'a line, then with his line S. 28 E 51 poles to a white-oak- ; thence N. 87 F. 24 poles S poles; N. 71 K. 30 poles to Kennedy's line; then with his line N. 13 E. 84 poles to a stone in a branch; S. 77. W. to the beginning, containing 2.1 acres more or less. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to he made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid; and having the force and effect of a Judgement Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply-promptlwith these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost. $161.35. Lee Walls, Commissioner. to-wi- t: CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 17, ltlt property, land FOB SALEII My Farm of 110 Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky. R. A. Skatlman. Admr, n. 6. Tsh.r q.nt : PtH. ) The Haynes school under the teaching of Coleman Lyon, is progressing nicely. Rev. Sam J Henninger and Rev. Robert Williams have just closed a meeting at Alexander's successful Chappcl Several from here attended the soldiers' reunion at W. F. Smiley's given in honor of his son. Pvt. Leon Smiley, who has just feturned from Sunday was enjoyed by all. the crowd began to assemble about 0 o'clock from all parts of the county. autos, Some in buggies, wagons, horse back, and on foot until the crowd numbered about SoO. A fine dinner was spread under the little grove which was enjoyed by all. GOLDEN Dry Goods 20c Zvv 9 I RULE STORE Shoes Read Onr Ads. They are Worth While O.l.nd.nt f q't No. ) 326 Acres By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, 'I One and a quarter miles South of Improvement)) good mid Cloverport well watered. Highly extra good white oak trees anil a lot of hterh and some walnut. This timber is very fine. Call or write me at Cloverport. rendered at October. Term thereof. 19, in the above cause, for the sum dolof one hundred and twenty-eigh- t cents (fltt.fl) lars and seventy-fivBalance due on Judgement, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for e overseas. The all day service at Fair View, Per yard; Quilt Lining Just receiver! a new aupplyi OCft Misses' h nil Children's hi V ribbed hoae; site j 12 to a; splendid bargain. Per rard; cla'k blue and light colored Percales ; good Men's Work Socks in blue, A new tan and white. Men s Winter Weight Union Suits: heavy rib Regular value $2 25. Men's f3 Cft outing JJ. JU all sires leather; Shoe; are solid beavv oak sole HOI $0.00 $3.50 lace only. Men's button or lace dress Shoes, black only. Men's Shoes. Roys' Shoes; BUD BOM Cloverport, Kentucky. Court-Hous- e door in to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday the 8th, day of October 1919, at one o'clock P. M.. or thereabout (being County Court day.) upon a credit of six months, the following described sale at the 25c quality. English Tan Good values heavy strictly school solid; After dinner the soldiers entertained the crowd out on the lawn, by pulling off some of their army stunts Old 12c supply. 11 1 bed. .00 QQ $1.00 $1.25 A $1.50 Soldier Testifies to Won full line of Boya' school Pants. When in need of a SEREE has just closed a wonderful meeting at old Fair View. Great Crowds assembled from all parts of the county The community is happy over the number of souls born into the Kingdom of God. but there is more rejoicing in Heaven. Mr. E. E. Williams, who has been ill is improving. Miss Lora Wilson, of Locust Hill, was the guest of Miss Laura Smiley, last week Miss Gola Robertson and Miss Nettie and Lexie Davis, of Harned, visited Miss Laura Butler, last week, and attended the meeting at Fair View . Lots of road work is being done in this part of the county. The big hill on the Hardinsburg and Leitch-fiel- d road always known as the "Turkey Scratch." has lost its name. Rev J. A. Philips . derful Merits Number 40 in Constipation, National MONUMENT or marker, write or call J. I'. Keith, Elizabethtown, K . Will be in Cloverport two days each month. Write for appointment. Am in position to save yoy money on anything in this line that you might need. Stomach Trou12. 1919 Golden Rule Store! Cloverport, Ky. ble and Catarrh Home. Wis., May "When I commenced taking Number 40 For The Blood, I was suffering with chronic constipation of a good many years standing, which finally developed into stomach trouble which got so bad I was unable to eat anything that did not cause great suffering. I tried a good many doctors as well as everything I could hear of that was recommended for my comIwas also troubled with caplaint. tarrh of long standing and I had dropsical swellings in my feet and ankles which the doctors said was caused by a weak heart. I had about given up hope of being much better when I saw an ad. of your No. to in a country paper and concluded to try it I felt so much better after taking Cane Mills Rocker Furnaces Evaporator Pans Magnolia, Strictly High Grade and Guaranteed. Write us for prices. WHILE IN THE CITY call and look over our stock for bargains in Fords Buick Stutz Hupmobile MILES-HUGHE- S Oakland Chandler Packard Olds mobile AUTOMOBILE CO. Streets and Saved "I Spent a $1 on the Price of a Hog." one bottle that I sent direct to you for three more bottles. I hive taken James McGuire, famous Hog Rais- about two and a half bottles and er of New Jersey says, "I advise every while not feeling entirely well, I feel farmer troubled with rats to use RAT- - by continuing the use of No. 40, I will SNAP. Tried everything to get rid of get to feel as well as I could reasonFigur-- ably expect for a man of my age, 79 rats Spent $1 on ed the rats it killed, saved the price years. I hardly know how to estimate comes in cake the value of the benefit 1 have alof a hog." form. No mixing with other food, ready received from the use of No. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Three 40, and cheerfully recommerld It to sizes 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaran- - any one suffering as I was." Morris teed by E. A. Hardesty, Stephens-port- ; Law. Witness to signature. Nelson Conrad Payne & Co., Clover-- , H. Pease. No. 40 is a combination of port; B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. the best alternations selected from the best prescriptions received and comRat-Sna- p RAT-SNAP. 1 RAT-SNA- P j Owensboro and John Deere Wagons Built for service. Fully guaranteed. Write for prices delivered to your railroad station us L. T. MINGUS Hardinsburg , Ky. Agent pounded by J. C. Mendenhall. Evans-villInd., 40 years a druggist. Sold at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. e, lor KIRK WORKS. Mr. Bill Cooms, of Hardinsburg, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Dennie Sheeran, Sunday. Messrs Lafe Withers, Paul Matting-ly- , y Eugene McGary and John attended the State Fair, last week. Mrs. Mep Powers, of Whitesville. is visiting her son, Mr. Hardin Powers and Mrs. Powers. Isadore McGary left last Thursday for St. Mary's College, where he will attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Fidelia Bickette and children, and Mr. Walter Rhodes returned home last Tuesday after several days visit in Meade county. Mr. Cliff Snyder and Mr. Lancaster were week-en- d guests of Messrs. Dud and Eugene McGary. Mrs. John Beeler left Monday morning for Indiana, where she will go to Mud Springs for her health. Mr. John Monarch and son, J. E. Monarch, Jr., attended the State Fair. Miss Mary Helen Sheeran has entered St. Romauld's High School. Mc-Gar- Fordsville Planing Mill Company Ky. JOHN VERNIA & SONS JAKE WILSON, Manager, Fordsville, TOMBSTONE Ninth and Liberty New Albany. Ind. Louisville, Kentucky. Your orders will have my prompt attention. See me at Hardinsburg. U spark proof 'rooftna that adds the virtues ofaspttaft tothe virtues ofstate SLATE In Carey Las-til- e Roofing we combine these two materials and thus produce a shee t having the utmost durability and water-proo- f qualities. The upper aide of Lastile Roofing is composed of a layer of natural red or green crushed slate. Thia not only makes a very beautiful roof but it takes the wear. Underneath thia layer of crushed slate is a layer of asphalt gum. The slate is embedded in this asphalt permanently. Underneath thia layer of asphalt is a heavy sheet of the best grade of woolfelt, water-proof. is not affected by Asphalt is long wearing AMMONS Mrs. W. H. Dutschke is on the sick list this week. Miss Catherine Curry and Miss Bettie Bennett were the guests of Mrs. Ola Robbins, Sunday. Mr. Clark Robbins was in Louisville, Wednesday. Miss Capitola Bassett was the guest of Miss Laura Nejson, Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Mae Chappel passed through this place Sunday on horse-bac- k to California. Mr. Guy Nelson, Miss Capitola Bassett, Misses Laura and Guffie Nelson were in Sample, Sunday. Miss Jaanita Hickerson was in Union Star, Saturday. Mrs. Nannie Robbins is the guest of her son, S. H. Robbing. Dennie Nelson was in Grayson county, last week. Dennie Morgan fell in the garbage bucket, last week and injured his foot. Rev H. J Blackburn filled his regular appointment here Sunday. 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