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ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $1 50 a Year: 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Montti. 8 VOL. XLIV CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14 24. 1919 J. Pages No. 13 GEN. D. R. MURRAY DIES IN TOLEDO Remains Will Be Brought To Cloverport For Interment Wednesday Afternoon. Murray former t adjutant general of Kentucky, and, once one of the most prominent at-r torneys in the state, aieal ivioimay of his son. David Murat the home ray, Jr., in Toledo, O.. Paralysis was the cause. He Col. Murray was 7:2 years old won his rank of colonel in the Civil war. After the war he seftled in Hardinsburg and practiced law there and He was a in Cloverport for years. Democrat. He is survived by his son and two daughters. Mrs. F. D. Ferry, of Louisville, and Miss Mildred Murray, of Washington. Col Murray was for some years an attorney of the L. H. and St. L. railroad. In 1900 he was appointed adjutant general of Kentucky by Gov- ernor Beckham and held that posi- Col David R. I From Here .Take Knight Templars Degree in O'boro. A KENTUCKIAN WHO HAS MADE A SMALL FORTUNE IN KANSAS Brown Buys Two Farms Near Town. Oglesby Tract of Land And Severs Farm on the Pike. Fourteen Masonic lodge members from Cloverport. and several from Hardinsburg were in Owensboro. Monday afternoon and evening taking the Knight Templars degree. Those from the Cloverport lodge attended were: Messrs. R. L. Oelze. H. C Pate. Carl Brittian. J. Randall Weatherholt. M. M. Denton,' j B. Severs, Wm. Wroe, Andrew Ashbv. Ollie Clark. Dr. Chas Light foot p c Ferry, Thos Rogers, Mike Tucker and Dr. O. E. Furgeson of Stephensport. The AN'S SUDDEN END Mrs. BAPTIST TO OPEN MEETING SEPT. 28 Dr. W. C. Boon, Pastor Of First Baptist Church, Owensboro Will Assist Rev. Couch. Dr. W. C. Boon, of the First Bap- church, Owensboro. will be with tne Paslor- n"ucn, in a in swung beginning, Sunday, September 28. The services will be arranged so, that the greatest number of people come at .:.)0 P. M. and 7:30 P M the Sunday services, Dr. Boon has a very pleasing per-- , sonal.ty, pleasing delivery, magnetic anrl forceful. Come be with us! We will do the: -I and turn and now Mr T. N. Miller and has bought the Brown Julian ter. Miss Delia Miller, of GyptUtB, - N vears old. are living happily on Oglesby tract of land, for a price Mrs. Miller was the in this citv Wednesday, easy street Kans.. were $ti. mid It was recently sold at daughter of Mr. Joel Adkisson, of a Commissioner's sale for $4,400. The the guests of Mr Miller's ther, Mr. John Carson and Mrs. Clifton Mills. tract lays on the route of the federal Carson. highway. M r. Brown has also bought Mr. Miller and Miss Miller came Tells A Funny Story. the Severs farm on the Hardinsburg W hen he had finished telling this here from Lodiburg, the old home of Pike for Jj.oon. Mr. Brown has gotten the latter, and where they had a very bit of his life history. Mr. Miller then the vision of a bigger and better Clovpleasant visit among Mr Miller's told this funny little incident that erport. He says we will soon have ten acquaintances. It was in 173 when happened hetore he lett Kentucky in story buildings here, water works and he moved from this county to Kan-si'. It was about Mr ijin jolly and t I alwavs wt.u too the early rtO acres, Mr both having passed bird that catches the worm, and where he now Owns who made the race for Sheriff; mtly Mr. Brown is counting on catch-ivalued at $io,00i. Breckinridge county. Mr. Fraize ing a great big fat one. t moved to Kansas, Mr. When he Miller said he homesteaded 160 acres. at the opening of his campaign, anThe next year after that, the grasshop- - nounced from the court house steps IN pers visited that country and cleaned that he could lick any Republican in him up of everything he possessed, the county. Mr. Jolly, a Republican. Mr. Miller added that at that time who was standing by Mr. Fraize. he was so discouraged he would have jumped up and said. "I'm your man!" .Mr. Miller wound up by saying sold his land for just enough to buy a ticket home if he could. But he that Mr Jolly named Sam Parks, a Miss Mary Moorman, Formercouldn't sell it. so fate took another Democrat, and won the race. grand-daugh- - he Mr- - Miller, who o Hambleton Sick Only Few Days. Member of a Well Known Family. Adele tion four years. He was a brother of Logan Murray. aTforiiierly a banker of Louisville and connected with a New York bank: also the late Gen Eli Murray. once U. S. marshall of Kentucky and the late lohn Allen Murray, of Clover-- 1 of port. He was a brother-in-la' Mrs. Adele Hambleton. who died Ku ; . w I The funeral party of Gen. Murray 8ooa A. X. Couch, Pastor. will reach Cloverport. Wednesday KlOIIIlIlg oil lite iw.t.) V viwtn. ii. iii. The funeral service will be held that DELIGHTFUL VISIT ON THE LAKE. afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Presbyterian church, followed by the inMr and Mrs. William Horhous reterment in the Murray grave yard. turned last Sunday from Cleveland, w here they spent a week visiting Mrs. BUY AN OLDSMOBILE. Clint Reid and Mrs. Frank Ilinsey. Messrs Horace and Mike Tucker While there. Mr. and Mrs Uotfous went to Louisville, Thursday and enjoyed immensely seeing Lake Fic intrtorcd t ome in their new lWit - and ffs'TJafning beaches. The"? found model. Oldsmobile car This is the Cleveland to he a very wonderful citv. . .first Oldsmobile to be listed among fc hostesses left no stone rr . he c:r owners in this city. j Saturday unturned in semg that tbejr guests IN H'BURG. ol LIGHT SHOWERS RELIEVE DUST First Rain in Several Weeks Fell Here Friday. More is Needed For Late Crops. Light showers of rain fell here Friday morning and were a blessing in relieving the streets and atmosphere of the heavy dust, and a slight change in a cooler temperature. But there will have to be considerable more rain to benefit the late gardens and potato crop. The rain fell in light showers early Friday morning and again at noon. It was the first in several weeks and was severely needed. should have a memorable visit. S. S. CONVENTION ConThe County Sunday-Schovention will be held at M. E. church. Hardinsburg. Ky., Thursday, Sept 88, A very interesting program has been prepared. Lunch will he served on the work- church lot. All Sunday-schoers are invited to attend. D. D. Dowell. County Pres. Clara Eskridge. Secretary. ol CAPITOL CITY WILL HAVE $250,000 HOTEL Frankfort, the capitol city of Kentucky, is going to have a new hotel built on the same location as the famous old Capitol Hotel which was destroyed by fire three years ago. The money is being subscribed for the hostelery and the workers had all but $40,000 on Monday. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Bia TvDe Poland Chinas u J The Farmer's Hog. I I Y the pijr that won tinst in the Pijj Clult I have Uhmii good enough to win atain this year, if properly fitted, and they are priced worth the money too. The-- e uie the kit d of piiff that go out aud make good and please their owners. In a few weeks I will be weaning some of the best pizs that I have ever raised. See them before you buy elsewhere. Here you et the pig you buy; no drawing for choice, no lottery. I sell hogs aud satisfaction. The sows of my herd come from three of the best states of the Union. I have novel lei money stand between me aud the hog I raixed last year. wauted to improve tuy herd. 1 ahjo have two males large enough for service from a litter of ten, choice individuals, for sale I now. The poi k barrel is the end of the hog. I have the kind that till it. The how pigs are all sold. Choice mail pigs tor sale at weaning lime. Mr-- . Adele Hambleton. widow of Mr James Hamilton, died Saturday noon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Keil. and Mr. Keil. on the Hill in this city. Mr- - Hambleton's death was very 1H7-Several days ago she unexpected. went to see her daughter, Mrs Keil, n to make her a visit, and while there lir.-,he v M t.iken ill the first of last week but her condition was not considered serious until a few hours before her death when she became unconscious Her illness was and never rallied. caused from cancer. The funeral was held at the Lucile Memorial Presbyterian church at o'clock on Monday afternoon. Rev. of Her T. N. Williams, of Louisville, conly of Cloverport, Tells ducted the service. were: Work in Foreign Field. The active BASKET-BAL- L Messrs John Burke. Harry N'ewsom, Miss Mary Moorman, who for fif- V. G. Bahbage, Hilary Hardin, Conteen years has been a missionary in rad Sippel and Dr. Forrest Lightfoot. The interment took place in the China, told of her many varied ex- periences and the nature ot her work Cloverport cemetery C. H. S. Boys And Girls Will For The October Term of in the mission fields, before an audiBorn In Cloverport. ence in the Cloverport Baptist church M rs. Court in Breckinridge Hambleton. whose maiden Play Hardinsburg Team on on Thursday evening. name was Mary Adele Fisher, was Miss Moorman set sail for her County. The Hardinsburg Field. first voyage to China on August 15, the daughter of Barnett and Amanda Fisher, one of the well known famil1!U4 under the direction of the BapPetit Jury. ies of Cloverport. She was born July Both the boys and girls teams of tist Board of Missions. A list of the Petit Jury for the 31, lM.'i at the Fisher homestead near season C. H. S. open their basket-ba- ll Her work there has been concenthis week. They will go to Hardins-- i Breckinridge Circuit Court to be held trated in the Vanghow Baptist school, here and now owned by E Mrs. Hambleton was very burg. Saturday for games with the in the month of October in the year where she tearlies and lias liarl the Carter. I 1919. high school teams of that place. privilege of administering to the PPl,'ar in her girlhood, and the L. J. Perkins, R O. Gilpin. R. W. The C. H. S. teams have lost several Chinese children in many different young people of her circle enjoyed many happy hours at the hospitable members of last year, and new mater- Iqnes, W. C. Moore. L. D. Fox. Win. ways. ial being scarce will not be as strong H. Pile. Les Poole. K. Mc. Davis. B. Miss Moorman brought with her home of her parents. Oy December "A. is;:i. Mrs. Hama last year. However they are L. Redmond, J. W. Ater, Paul several Chinese curios which she dispracticing regular and expect to give Shrewsberry. A. C. Marshall. P. B. played at the chiihch when she gave bleton was married to Mr James Payne. L. C. Bradley, T. H .Rogers. a good account of themselves. Hamhlet n, a prominent young man her talk The Hardinsburg teams will play in Ernest Elder. D. H Hayr.es. John s This Miss Moorman's second of this city and the son of Mr. Dudley GUn--H'- i Warren. George Lucas, Henry Cash-- furlough in the fifteen years. Hamiiletn To this union five childi dssjlurday, October 11. Beman. James R. Mattiv.a'y. Husc Alex-ejlefore becoming a missionary, she ren were born: two sons. Charlie nd Wj). Jarboe, Geo. Ashcraft, taught school in the Cloretnort I'uh- - Harry Hambleton, both of Clover- Vm DtflWan. 'Anderiwm Fov.icr. M !;e t ...I ......I. a i - PO: ?; an: three 'laughters,! Jus)T I Stevens. L. B. Hall. f. W Sarv.-r- . .Mrs Annie aici ram community. wideh known in this Hugh Haycraft. J. C. Dowel! Krnest While here, she is being han, of St. Louis, and Miss Jane entertained at Cart. O. O. Severs, F. L Cannon. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Rambeton. of Louisville, all of whom Russell Compton, F. C. Kncrlisu. survive with sixteen grandchildren. Lightfoot. Mrs. Hambleton had been a widow 1901, and from that Fair Price Commissioners May Grand Jury. since February A list of the Grand Jury for the time ha- in ide her bor.ie w ith her son, Be Appointed in Each State Breckinridge Circuit Court, to he Mr. Charlie Hambleton, and Mrs. held in the month of October in the And Community. Hambleton. on River street vear 1919, Mrs. Hambleton united with the L. B. Tucker. J. H. Blythe. W. T. Northern Presbyterian church sixty-tw- o Subnormal production, abnormal Robertson; P. C. Foote. If. G. Butler. years ago and was one of its consumption or extravagance, abnor- H. B. Moorman. Ginger Handy, Irvine Paddling in Canoes From N. Y. meal loyal members. She attended mal purchasing and hoarding, and Mercer. Chas Drury, Fred Burch. it services faithfully even in her last to New Orleans. Claimed profiteering, the four causes given for Hes Pullman. Tom Sheeran. Amos years And faithful too, was she as the high cost of living, are soon to 1". Sipes Alt Tavlor. lesse Parks. Shooting was Accidental. a loving mother and a home-makebe dealt with by federal aid power in Walter Brickey. Mike Hendrick. H Three young men, who were travel- She possessed a bright and happy rigid enforcement according to a L. Payne, Joe Severs, lien M. Miller. ing down the Ohio river in two nature which endeared her to many. message from Attorney General of George Monarch. S. H. Robbins, canoes, were held here Monday by the United States. Coleman West, Dick Mercer. the local police George Mullen and NEW COUNTERFEIT $20 NOTES. The H. C. L. Commissioners of Notice of a Washington. Sept. Police Judge C. G. Brabandt on the Kentucky were notified by Attorney charge of shooting a negro on the new counterfeit $26 note on the FedPalmer on Friday that the'y were to CONSTRUCeral Reserve Hank. of New York was steamer Nashville. act under federal aid power in the The shooting occurred near Brand- given today by the treasury. The administration of the new food laws border of the note and the backenburg, last Thursday. Upon examinas soon as they become effective. ing the men, they testified to the 1'cal ground of Cleveland's portrait are authorities that in passing the steam- solid black instead of having fine "Fair Price" Commissioners. er Nashville, one of the three aimed cross lines, and the treasury numbers The Department of Justice has been Is Assured By Commissioner to shoot into the water at the side of are black instead of blue. given the power to appoint fair price the boat, but his pistol backed and Boggs. Road Engineers commissioners jn each state and they the shot went astray and accidently LOUISVILLE STOCK MARKET. a Conference. Hold in turn be allowed to appoint local hit the negro who was one of the Hog market: Best heavies, lilj lbs. t fair price committees, who will deckhands. The negro was taken to up $1T: IM to lii." lbs. $11.00; pigs the above four named causes for Frankfort Ky., Sept. 19.- - Prompt the Louisville City hospital where he 120 lbs. down. $13 o $14.75; throw the H. C. L. are not allowed. Severe work oii the construction of the is recovering.' outs $i:s.i. down. penalities have been fixed for unjust Louisville to Paducah highway was The local authorities could not hold Best sheep. $too; best lambs $13; and unfair prices. Wearing apparel, assured this morning when L. L. the men or jail them because there heavy shipping steers $10.50 $13; including shoes as well as foodstuffs Piersail, field engineer of the State had been no warrant issued against fat heifers. $() (n $11-50- ; fat cows are embraced in the provisions to Koad Department in Breathitt county. them. $7.50 (a $10.50; common cows $50 to reduce the high cost of living. was named chief engineer of the The men said ;hey were from $;. highway by Road Commissioner Buffalo. f. Y., and were paddling Boggs. their way in canoes to New Orleans IMPROVEMENTS BEING Mr. Piersail and Division Engineer They were fairly good looking young MADE IN HAWESVILLE. Henry Reid, of Louisville; S. J. men and seemed to be out on an of Owensboro; L. D. Hoi- - venture. The one who did the of Paducah. and Hugh A. ing was apparently very much L. H. & St. L. Depot Being Improvof Owensboro, will confer tressed over the accident. Their ed And Other Real Estate. here today regarding the plans for names were not ascertained by Judge air of beginning construction Brabandt. THI.kK is an and coMr. T. I) Hale has installed the Mr. Pitrsall will start at once on Delka lighting system in his garage. operation here which makes The system includes an engine and an inspection of the territory to be PLEASED WITH THE INTERit pleasant to transact fwith a view to starting EST GIVEN TO FARM LANDS. sixteen batteries and it is claimed it traversed inancial or fiduciary busiMr. Forrest Haynes, a former can be used for pumping water or work on the road at the earliest posattaching any kind of small motors to sible time. ness with this Couipuuy Breckinridge county man who is livit which arc generally used on a Mr. Piersail is a road builder of ing in Topeka, Kans.. and holds a When in need of personal farm loni? exoerience and has been eon responsible position with the Bell aud individual service in The L. H. & St. L railroad is; mcA uuh ! r.ia4 nf Telephone Company, writes this mH making a great improvement in and the State for about four years. banking and trust matters, his home land in a letter to The around the passenger depot. The take up with us the subject Breckenridge News: platform has been extended about SO of opening relations at this A WOMAN'S WAY. "1 read with very much interest a feet, aud the property purchased from strong, service giving in L. 'S. Powers has been used to bring number of the items contained in the "Yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'- 'News', especially so the seemingly the street father from the track. stltutiou. Trees have been cut aud an excellent clock," said old Fcstus Peter, "my improvements in the farm lands and view is given of two of Hawesville's favorite niece killed her husband " the agricultural interests I am very "What?" cried the listner "Surely, prettiest homes, Judge Newman's and Lincoln Savings Bunk and much pleased at the interest taken in you do not mean ." the Hemieii place. the good road movement in my old "She killed him seven times and in Trust Co. QUie Mattingly, owner and operator of the Tell City Ferry sold the as many different ways before she home county. After one or two of Fturlk uhJ Murktl ferry rights aud all property con- opened the telegram at 4:35 and learn-t- o the roads have been completed and her relief that he had concluded his the benefits aud values therefrom are nected with it to Ivory Brown. Luiivill - - Ktmtuciy business with unexpected ease, and fully realized, I am sure there will be Possession to be given in October Surplus $100,000 Capital $500,000 P. C. Boyd has purchased the would arrive home on the midnight a wonderful effort put inforth Lightfoot property and will begin in train last night instead of some time crease the counties mileage each to year." Kansas City Star. the near future to repair it. s, evid-awa-- MISSIONARY CHINA 15 YEARS t CIRCUIT COURT pall-beare- GAME SATURDAY! JURORS NAMED r. H. C. L BODY GIVEN i- FEDERAL POWER THREE MEN HELD FOR SHOOTING r. EARLY TION OF HIGHWAY see-tha- e, shoot-lingswort- ' A Friendly Atmosphere Jnrt ." .. PAGE 2 THE BREC KEN RIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY week in SEPTEMBER 24, lftlt NEWS FROM Lestia Poole attended the funeral Mis Julia Lyon was in Elizabeth of his father. J. W. Poole, in Leitch-tteltown, last week. Saturday. Mesdames John Lyddan and G. N Mrs. W. H. Hatcher returned Lvddan spent Tuesday in Cloverport Thursday from Louisville They were guests of Mis Margaret Lee Bosley. of Chenault was the ( artcr. HARDINSBURG guest of his daughter. Mrs. R. I. Prof. H A. Ater attended the Farm Stephenson and Dr. Stephenson, the er Insurance meeting at Ekron, Sat Mr. J. D. Shaw returned to Louisville, week-enurday. Friday. Mrs. Charlie Payne, of Lodihurg, Miss Kdna Smith of Owensboro Mrs. t'leve Hendrick and daughter, guest of her uncle, N. H. will arrive Friday to visit friends and Exie Lewis, shopped in was the and Mi--Watlington, and Mrs. Watlington, attend the County l air. Garfield. Wednesday. L. T. Kirtley has purchaied Mrs Mrs. A. T. Beard and baby have v ednesday. Miss Mary LaRue Beard has re Sue Bright's residence on Maple St returned from Glen Dean, after a visit Messrs Russell 'shcraft and VVm with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse turned trnm Cloverport, alter a snort visit with Miss Louise Nicholas. Henry Cowley lef; Motuhy for Moorman. Raymond Pate, of Cloverport. was Kussellville, where thew will attend Paul Compton, of Louisville, was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the Sunday guest of his father, H. A. sc hool. Pate VI Come to the County Fair, Sept. L'C P. Compton, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bittick, of Texas, and and 27 Atty Henry DeHaven Moorman reG. of Mrs Fowler Robinson. Elizabeth turned from Brandenburg, Thursday. Mrs. Fred guestsJones, Mrs. Louisville, of Sallie M. town has been the guest of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Saxton Dutschke and were the week-en- d Mrs Bate W ashinuton. baby are visiting Mrs. Uutschke's Beard and son, Franklin the Mrs. K. B. English returned from E. C. Sleamaker, of the Naval parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brown. Transport Service, has been the guest Mrs. Alfred Taylor has returned Cloverport, Thursday. D. S. McGill. of Louisville, is visit- of Rev. K. L. Meamaker and Mrs from M'rtiPM lc, Ind.. where she it.is He has received his been with her husband, Mr. Taylor, ing his sister, Mrs. Etta Rhodes and Sleamaker. relatives. honorable discharge and was enroute who is improving. Murray Beard left Monday for the to Tolu, Ky., to visit his father. F. W. Peyton, J. T. Hoben and A The Eastern Star Chapter met in R. Kinchcloe, who spent the mid- - Kentucky Military Institute, where he will enter school. call session last Monday evening and Mrs. Cordie Matthews, of Kirk is invited Miss I.. B. McGlothlan into visiting her daughter, Mrs. Paul the order. Wethington and Mr. Wethington. Misses' Mildred and Anna Leigh Mr and Mrs. H. M. Beard, who Sandhach. of Garfield have been the spent last week in Louisville, have guests of Misses Eloise and Anna returned home. r ranees Crews. Mrs. H. S. Sinks and children, left gave a Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan Friday for Engenwood, O., where reception Monday afternoon from they will visit relatives. :t::m to .V00 o'clock in honor of her Miss Bess Watlington, of Steph-enspor- t, guest, Mr. and Mrs. Moore, of Texas. and niece, Miss Agnes Leigh Miss Nettie Dutschke, of LouisSimmons, of Irvington, were the ville, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. week-enguests of Miss Watlington's Ater. In the matter of settlement parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. WatMiss Mary Heron has gone to Lexof the estate of Jesse Arms, lington. ington, to attend school. Her moD. D. Davis was in Louisville, ther accompanied her to LouiaviMe deceased, the undersigned ad Thursday and Friday, R. L. Lyon, Hopkitisville, is spendministrator will, on the 30th N. H. Lancaster, of Louisville, spent ing several days with his parents, Mr. dav of September, 1J19, at Sunday and Monday in this city. and Mrs. Jonas Lyon. the late residence of said Mr. Milton West, who has been Miss Evelyn King has returned seriously ill at his home, is improving. from Chicago, where she has been Arms, five miles North of Miss Emma Lou Moorman, of Glen visiting her sister. ? Hardinsburg, offer and exDean, was here Saturday the guest of Lieut. Wm. M. Conniff returned to pose to Public Sale live stock relatives. Camp Gordon. Ga., Monday after a consisting of two Horses, one week's stay with his mother, Mrs. milch Cow, Sow and four SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Adele Conniff. Shoats, Wagon, Buggv and Miss Nell Conniff. of Louisville is spending two weeks with her mother, Harness, crop of growing toMrs. Adele Conniff. bacco consisting of about 4 Hotel Ncafus has been treated to a acres, 5 acres of corn, 2 acres new coat of paint. of cane and Household and Mrs. B. W. Carter and Miss Julia is the place. Bargains for this week Kitchen Furniture. Greenwood visited in Cloverport, last $1.00 bucket pure lard 80c week. cjOc biootn Terms of sale made known 65c Miss Ethel Williams, of Evansville, 80c broom ttOc on day of sale. has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 35c apple butter jOc Sale will begin at 10 o'clock J. K. Bramlette. :15c peach butter yie M. C. Green is recovering from an h m. 10c Macaroni 8c attack of appendicitis. 15c Washington crisps lSJc Dr. W. B. Taylor, Mrs. Taylor and Light House cleanser 4c And other such bargains. Drop in and J B. Hottell motored to Louisville, Tuesday. see for yourself. Mrs. F.leanor Tennell, of Texas, is 6. Wethington, Cloverport, Ky. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stith. Administrator A Parent-Teacher- s League will be organized here. Miss Julia Guthrie, of Henderson a teacher in the graded school has rooms with Mrs. Verda McGhee. The Louisville Presbytery will convene here from Sept. 2:ird. to :25th. Mrs. Mary Munford celebrated her '.10th birthday. Sept. 14. One farm of 312 acres, well located in Meade counMrs. G. L. Brady visited Mr. and Mrs. G. T. McCoy in Louisville, last ty. Several small farms in Breckinridge countv. week. Mrs. J. C. Younger, of Louisville, One splendid residence in Hardinsburg, Ky. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan. One good Piano. Two Organs. Miss Julia Lyon left Sunday for Chicago, where she will join a group Apply to to do Lyceum work. They will tour Canada, Washington and Florida. Allen R. Kincheloe, Atty., Miss Lyon is a very capable pianist, Ky. being a graduate of the Louisville Conservatory of Music. She is one of our own girls and we are justly proud of her. returned. Louisville, on business have IRVINGTON THE COUNTY - son, Ernest Grayaon, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keya, West Point, last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Oma McCnrd and children and Mrs. Lena Faclor, of Springfield, III., attended the funeral of their grandmother, Mrs. Parks, and while here were the guests of their uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Parks. Mrs. Orel Kelm, commenced her school at Walnut Grove, last Monday Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Avitt and son, of were iames, of Raymond, Gibson guestsson, and Mrs. Henry Clyde, last Saturday and Sunday. Elder Parr and Claude Parks, were the guests of Miss Eva and Ada Pearl Payne, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carlt Payne and Mrs. Dasie Payne visited Mr. and Mrs. Nath Basham, of Mystic, last Sunday. a new Oakland GARFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCoy and baby, of near Hardinsburg, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. "By" McCoy. Mrs. Octava Gray has bought property in Pewee Valley. Mrs. Cleve Hendrick and little daughter, and M1ss Exie Lewis, of Hardinsburg, were here Wednesday, shopping. lr. and Mrs. V. B. Mattingly have car. Misses Ruth, Mary Ann and Martha Harned were gueat Sunday of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Geo. Hartied, of Cutter. Mr. and Mrs Herbert Kipp and baby, of Louisville, are visiting her sister, Mrs. Dallas Bruner. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Compton, of Bewlevville, were here one day last week enroute to Hardinsburg. Rev C. L. Bruington, of Harned, preached an excellent sermon at the C. P. church, Wednesday night. C. S. Board, D. H. Smith, Jesse Haynes and John Webb, of this place Stanlev Grav. of Custer, and Har- rington Bros., of Constantine, are building silos. Capt. Earl Moorman visited his brother, Henry B. Moorman, last week. We hope Rev Gentry will be ant He with Mrs. Wm. back to us. Dowell were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs June Hayns, of near town Miss Pink Ricketta returned home Saturday night after two weeks kn Louisville, with her sister, Mas Hanks. Misses Ruth and Luetic McCoy were dinner guests of Miss Rettie Bennett. Sunday. Ellis Bennett, who has been in the army for the last 7 years, is at home for a visit to his mother, Mrs. Hannah Bennett. Curtis Stewart, of Louisville, ia at home spending his vacation with ha) parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stewart. Miss Juanita Hickerson, of Look' out, spent Sunday with Miss Goldfa Mrs. Geo. Wegenast and daughter. Mist Ruth Wegnast, started to Stephensport, Saturday. Meeting an auto their horse became frightened throwing Mrs. Wegenast out of the buggy and dislocating her right elhow. She was carried to the home of Mr. Lee Stewart where she was attended by our skillful physician. Dr. Wm. Stewart. UNION STAR Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chenault and two children, of Owensboro, motored from Stephensport, Sunday afternoon, with Clovis and Mary Ann Morgan Mff-ne- r. and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace McCoy. Mrs. A. N. McCoy was the dinner Rev. C. B. Gentry preached an sermon here Sunday morning, guest Sunday of Miss Mayme Cart. Mrs. C. C.' Stewart went to Hardins- making it his last sermon for the year. nt PUBLIC SALE! d w S)lk Silk Silk Silk Hosiery With Exceptional Wearing Quality J The Hill Grocery It is not unusual to find good looking Hosiery, but to find Hosieary that gives satisfactory service, However, it is adequately answered in this display of silk and lisle as well, is quite another question Hosiery, for each piir is careful y made to uphold our standards of style, fit and wearing quality. Hosiery in brown, cordovan, grey, pearl add fieldmouse; price ft. SO $2.25 and $1.25 Hosiery in navy; price $1.60 ind $1.98 Hosiery in black drop stitch 76c to $3.60 Hosiery, in plain; priced from. $1.76 Silk- Hosiery, in white drop stitch 76c to $3.98 Silk Hosiery, in plain white; priced from $5.00 Silk Hosiery in Battleship Grey NEW IN THE STORE are these wool stockings, in green and brown; price $2.00 C. E. ROBBINS r Cool Days Demand Boots i There is real exclusiveness in 4 'Style Shoes of Quality" With these attractive and ive Hardinsburg, styles women will welcome with gladness the cool brisk davs of autumn. "It Must Have Been Dead at Least FOR THE 6 Months But Didn't Smell." HOME CANNERS The time of year when the home can-ne- rs are busy canning'veijetables, fruits, preserves, etc. And all of the many things that are needed in this process may be found in our store. "Saw a big rat in our cellar last Fall." Writes Mrs. Joanny, "and bought a :.'5c cake of RAT-SNAbroke it up into small pieces. Last week while moving we came across the dead rat. Must have been dead six months, didn't smell. RAT-SNA- P is wonderful." Three sizes, 23c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by E. A. Hardesty, Stephensport; Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport; B. F. Beard & Co., in tan Russia calf For walking we are selling a new model a trim, comfortable, styleful design, with medium Cuban heel. For dress purposes the higher cut boots in black or colored kid or suede with slender Louis heels are demanded. cannot find shoes of greater dependability or so correctly reflecting the very best in stvle. You Hardinsburg. STEPHENSPORT Miss Margaret Ashby, of Cloverport, was the week-enguest of Mrs. C. B. Gentry. John B. Crawford, of New Orleans, is the guest of his mother, Mrs. A. B. Crawford. Mrs. H. J. Rice, of Louisville, spent with her parents, Mr. the week-en- d and Mrs. P. D. Hawkins. Miss Mabel Shellman was in Cloverport, Saturday, shopping. Mrs. Wm. Dowell and daughter, Virginia, of Union Star, were guests, Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell. E. A. Smith was in Owensboro, Cannelton and Tell City, last week. Misses Lula and Viola Dutschke were guests of relatives at Irvington, last week. Rev C. B. Gentry leaves Wednesday for Elkton, to attend the M. E. Conference. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hanks are guests of their daughter, Mrs. John Weisenberg, Cloverport. Mrs. Eugene Connor and M. F. Wedding were in Cannelton, last Mrs. Sara McCoy and grandson, of week. Oklahoma, are guests of Mrs. R. A. Smith. Mrs. Geo. McMillen. of Evansville, is the guest of relatives. Miss Grace Ramsey, of Henderson, and Moorman Estea, of Owensboro, were married at the bride's home, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Ramsey, Sept. 13th. Rev. Love, of Rome, Ind., performed the ceremony. Misses, Flossie and Mary Canary were week-en- d guests of their brother, Monroe Canary, of Cloverport. W. H. Dix haa been sent to Hugo, Oklahoma, aa foreman of the American Cresote Co., there. d Mason Glass Jars Half gallon size, per dozen $1; quart size, per dozen 85c; pints, per dozen 70c. Tin Rubbers. Cans 65c per doz. Sealing Way Serge and Tricotine Kxtra (juality aluminum preserving kettles; 4 uart size Kxtra quality aluminum preserving kettles: 4 quart size Kxtra quality porcelain preserving ket ties: 4 quart size m Kxtra quality porcelain preserving ket- ties: quart size J , jy nr OOC i pa DRESSES For Fall No wardrobe ia complete without at least one or two of these Serge and Tricotine dresses. Crisp Fall days will soon be here and with them comes the need of heavier Frocks. Every express brings charming Pall dresses, diesaea that are houud to win your admiration; developed in colorings suggestive of Autumn leaves, proclaiming themselves as entirely new and different. ap TwC Wickless Efficient Stove Something new on the market. An oil and gas stove combined. Manufactured by Robinson Bros. Come and examine this wonderful stove. fuel-saving Belts, buttons, embroideries and various other style features accent the charms of these early modes. Come in if only to slip into one of these stunning dresses. You are welcome. E. A. HARDESTY The Hardware and Implement Man S. W. Anderson Company Owensboro where courtesy Rei0ns Stephensport, Ky. Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Payne and LODIBURG SEPTEMBER 24, 1919 THE BRKCKEN RIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE S 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 ol 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. i This Floor is for the use of the Grower, andis designed to secure for him the best price for his tobacco The largest buyers in Louisville and Owensboro have promised their patronage. The management has had long experience, successfully operating a Loose Leaf floor at Livermore, Kentucky. The location of the Clover-poLoose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse at Cloverport on the main line of the L., H. & St. L. R. R., and the Ohio River, assures the grower and the buyer excellent shipping and transportation facilities. rt Pin-hooki- ng The Buyer will deal with the Grower. burg. Saturday, to take the teacher's examination on Agriculture. She has the Frymire school for this year. Quite an improvement in our roads in and near town have been made recently by the county aid. Russell Dowell left last week for , d will not be Permitted on this Floor. 5 Mgsiiragfi iSSSS iKS 3S3Sf cskbo 'sjs; esws, spent the week-enat Union Star, the importance has happened around here, Wednesday with Mrs. Milt near Roff. guests ol Mrs. Horace McCoy and hut we are still plodding alone growlMrs. J. K. Matthews was in Louising at high cost of living and labor Mrs. D. S. Richardson. Mrs. Mary Beauchamp, of Mystic, scarcity. We have learned that when ville, shopping, Thursday. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown is visiting came Thursday to visit her sisters, we want to hire a hand we don't, but Mrs. Ella Compton and Miss Tena just roll tip our sleeves and go at it to relatives near McQuady. Miss Alice Payne entered the B. C. a finish. Jordan. Well too, the old hens have joined H. S. last week. Mr. Thomas Miller and grandAlexis. 111., where he has employThe Cumberland Presbyterian Misdaughter, Delia Miller, of Gypsum the strike and now it is seldom that ment. Mrs. Horace McCoy and son, and City, Kansas, who have been visiting any one is seen going to town with sionary Society rendered a missionary program at Ephcsus, Sunday, Sept. 21, Miss Ruth McCoy, went Thursday the Compton family here, left Satur- a well tilled basket. Farmers say that we will have more A. M. In the afternoon there was a afternoon to see Miss Julia Ploch, day for Hardinsburg and Cloverport, who has been very ill. Glad to report to visit relatives before returning than an average crop of corn, and as special song service, subject, "The the Irish potatoes went on the strike, Prodigal Son." Dinner was served on Miss Ploch much improved at this home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Epperson and the sweet potatoes are doing their the ground. writing. Wilbur Ballman and Hubert Mat Mrs W. L. Basham and Miss Eva' children, of Hill Grove, spent the part to reduce the cost some as there tingly were in Louisville, on business, with her mother, Mrs. Tebe is an abondance of a crop. Basham, of Sample, attended church week-enMr. and Mrs. Henry Belcher gave last week Dowell. here Sunday. P. A. Priest has sold his property Mrs. R. B. Cox has returned home Custer boys crossed bats with the your scribe a bushel of apples this here to Sam Tucker. after spending a week with her son, Guston boys on the Bewleyville week. Many thanks. An ice cream supper was given at Ed Kelly, of Louisville, is with his Geo. Cox, at Lodiburg. diamond Saturday. The score was the school house Saturday night. The mother, this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hesler and fami- 12 to 13 in favor of Guston. proceeds will go for the benefit of the Mrs. Cenie Owings, who was operatVery few here attended the State ly spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pendleton, of Shiloh. Fair on account of the street car ed on for appendicitis some time ago, libarary here. Born to the wife of, Robert Kenwe are glad to report, out of danger. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Kroush were in strike. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gill and children, Jake and Kerby Rodgers, Miss nedy, Sept. 24, a boy. Stephensport, Thursday, shopping. of Wilson, Okla., who motored here Heneritte Rodgers and George Elder, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. motored to Louisville, to attend the BEECHFORK BEWLEYVILLE B. S. Wilson, left Friday for their fair. e Aunt Ella Geerand and son, Needing rain very bad in this neighMiss Laura Mell Stith returned home. , of Battletown, are with her borhood at present. Bobby Cain called on Miss Laura home Thursday, after a month's visit daughter, Mrs. J. R. Bennett. Cutting corn and tobacco and bailMell Stith, Sunday afternoon. to relatives in Illinois and Indiana. who at- ing hay is the order of the day here. There were twenty-seveMrs. Wade Drury and Mr. and Mrs. tended the Perry County Association Little Louise Davis has been very F. L. Claycomb spent the week-en- d WOLF CREEK at Pleasant Ridge, last week. Rev. H. sick, but is much better. in Louisville, with relatives. The stork visited the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Coinpton, Mil'Well uncle John, will you admit an J. Blackburn was elected as their old timer into your columns. It has moderator. Everything was span and and Mrs. I. E. Beattv. uast Saturdav. dred K. Compton, Mrs. E. P. Harda-waSept IS, and left a nice little boy, J. Z. T. Stith and Laura Mell Stith, been some time since anv thing of fine. All report a good time. Marshall Phillpott and Hugh Noble, W. Beatty. of Raymond, were the guests of H. Eli Taul, who has resided in IlliJ. Blackburn last week. The boys took nois, for some time, came in Friday their first Ohio River swim, and they to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taul and other relatives. to a finish. j did enjoy the wash George Eskridge, of Hardinsburg, Otis Singleton and Hewitt Curl, of Ammons, paid a visit to Mr. John was here last week looking at Len Singleton, last week, and attended Weatherholt's farm. the meeting here. Miss Margaret Walker, of CloverThe meeting at the Baptist church port. was the guest of her grandfathclosed here Sunday with ten additions. er, H. A. Walker, last Saturday night Four by Baptism and six by letter-Rev- and Sunday. Len Weatherholt was in CloverR. C. Kemble did the preaching and in his plain forceable way won port, one day last week. J. M. Beatty went to Hardinsburg, the hearts of all that heard him. He will be remembered by the church Saturday. Having determined to quit farming, I Gabe Taul has caught four foxes in and townpeople for a long time. He now lives at Corbon, Ky., but is well the last two weeks. am offering my farm, situated two miles known in this part of the country, Southwest of Millwood, Ky., on Caney having been pastor here some thirty "Mrs. Keach Telia How She Got To years ago. Know Creek, consisting of 290 acres. About The Baptist church here is on the upward jump and will do its part in 200 acres cleared land, 90 acres of good "Have always feared rats. Lately the seventy-fiv- e million dollar drive noticed many on my farui A neighbor for the Master. timber. About 60 acres bottom land. Rev. H. J. Blackburn closed his said he just got rid of droves with Good orchard, about 200 trees. Splendid ninth year at the English Baptist This started me thinkchurch at Ammons, Sunday. While ing. Tried myself. It of 6 rooms and two halls, nice dwelling pastor at that church he has baptised killed 17 and scared the rest away." one hundred and fourteen. The church cellar and warm house. Two tenant conies in three sues, 25c, closed the year as it has always done 50c, $1.0o Sold and guaranteed by E. houses, three barns, two cisterns, two out of debt. A. Hardesty, Stephensport: Conrad wells, four lasting springs. Payne & Co , Cloverport; and B. F. j HARNED Beard & Co., Hardinsburg Whit-wort- h d Ros-con, y, I PROGRAM OF THE LOUISVILLE PRESBYTERY WHICH MEETS IN IRVINGTON, SEPT. 23RD TO 25TH. Robinson of Tuesday, Sept. 33rd. short visit here to 7:30 P. II. Opening Sermon by the Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Stith has returnModerator. Rev. Fred J. Van Dyk. ed home. Organization. Howard Pate made his regular Wednesday, Sept. 24th. Wednesday evening call near Basin 9:00 A. M. Business, Communications, Springs. Mr. Pate is trying to buy a Minute-.- , etc. farm. 9:45 A.M. Conference on Religious W. J. Stith spent Saturday at Education, Rev. C. E. Crafton, Presiding. Every one is very busy around here Timothy II: 1 ; 5, rt. filling silos. The Church's Program for ReliMiss Bertha Foote continues her gious Education. visit in Brandenburg with her sister, The Home Circle and the Family Mrs. John Bircher, Jr. Altar. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Compton spent Daily Bible Readings and Study Wednesday in Hardinsburg. of the Sunday-schoo- l Lesson. Dr. Sam H. Stith, of Ekron, came The Home in the Preparation of down Wednesday and took Mr. and the Child for Church Membership. Mrs. Ray Keith home with him. We The Home and the Call to the hope Mr, Keith will be very much M inistry. improved in health when he returns, Questions and Discussion. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Keith and son. A.M. Hour SerJames, of Corners, spent most of this 11:15mon by Devotional Samuel t alien, the Rev week in town. D. D. A. F. Sipes is on the sick list. 2.00 P. M. Young People's Work, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jeffers. of Miss Mary Virginia Howard, visiting Mr. and Mrv Frankfort, are Presiding. C. D. Hardaway and other relatives Colossians 3; It), 17. here. The Challenge of Adolescence, Rev. T. N. Williams, D. D. S. Eliza-bethtow- Mrs. Fowler after a Irv-ingto- n. i CANEY CREEK I DANGER SIGNALS OF BAD BLOOD FARM FOR SALE , D. D. 7:30 P. II. Sermon Welch. D. D. Miss Howard. The Challenge of Christ to the Adolescent. Rev. Chas. W. Welch, bv Rev. Chas W Equipment and Organization, . ' Rat-Snap- ." RAT-SNA- RAT-SNA- P RAT-SNA- P Pimples on the face, hunches in the Thursday. Sept. 28th. neck, sallow and swarthy complexion, 0:00 AM Business Hour. sores, ulcers, mucous patches, cop- 0:45 A.M. New Era Conference, Rev. Chas W. Welch, Presiding. per colored spots, scaly skin affec7 Acts II: and 3 tions, constipation, inactive liver, The Group System in the Local dyspepsia and stomach troubles are Church. common symptoms of poisoned The Sunday-schooIts Social blood. There is no remedy offered Visitation, Extension, Rally Day. today to the public that has so sucChurch Loyalty, Attendance, Efcessfully ficiency. cured these diseases as ' Number 40 Advertising. For The Blood." An old Principles of Stewardship. doctor's prescription containing the Discussion. most reliable alteratives known to 11:15 A.M. Devotional SerHour. medical science mon by Rev. Thos. J. Graham, Put up by J. C. Mendenhall, D. D. In. 40 years a druggist. 1:00 P M. New Era Conference. Rev. Sold at Wedding's Drug Store. F J Cheek, D. D., Presiding. 41-410-3l, Cloverport, Ky. ELECTED AN ALTERNATE An Ideal Grain For quick sale, at $7,250. and Stock Farm. 1 have priced this farm LIBERAL TERMS. For particulars write Millwood, Kentucky JOHN CRAWFORD, Garland Driskell, oi Owensboro, son of Mr. and Mrs HfStOI Driskell, BEWLEYVILLE of this city, was elected one of the alternates to the delegates of the Miss Carrie Hardaway, of Louis- Uaviess county post of the American tives here ville, is visiting relatives here. Legion. The delegates were elected The Cumberland Presbyterian MisMr. and Mrs. E. P. Hardaway and sionary Society met Thursday after- Mr. "F L. Claycomb motored to to represent of that post at the State Convention the Legion to be held noon with Mrs. B. K. May. Brandenburg, Tuesday on bsiiics. in Louisville, October :t Several from here attended lodge at William Drury, who has for several Hardinsburg, Thursday night months been an attendant at LakeTRY A WANT AD TODAY The Baptist Missionary Society met land, has come home to attend school. is visiting her sister. Mrs Roy McCoy Mr and Mrs. Taylor Payne, of Detroit, Mich., are the guests of rela- Mitt Sadie Marshall, of Louisville, Fellowship, Sympathy, and Cooperation of the Churches. Intension Work in the Presbytery and Synod. he Stu.lv oi Foreign Missions. The t all of the World and Our Response. Discussion. Revelation 3: 8. C P M. Final Adjournment A special invitation is given to the young people to attend the conference lor W ednesday afternoon. And every lio.lv is invited to any and all the sessions. Isaiah 54: 2, 3. PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 24, 1819 The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher BIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY W . FARM AND STOCK an' children's voices, an' women's smiles, an' the wind in the treet to keep them fresh an' sweet an' young. indebted to HAPPENINGS OF TWENTY-FIV- E YEARS AGO "Hon Haven Ranch" is the name of iik Del lav en's farm formerly the old Crawford place near McGavock's 1919 It contains .M0 acres Mr DeHaven i. 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS 1876 making a model farm of it. He has lUMCftlFTlON RATKS new houses besides other (I month Locala lc built two Buainrss lftO a rrtr ; ,10c (or 4 months; 78c tor SatMrriimnn rric Card o( Thanks, over B lints, charted (or at improvements. Mr. DeHaven is an (or each additional inrrtion Mt l,n ami V Phituarirs charged (or at the rate of V per line, money in farmer, uses the best methods, tkc rate of 1c rr line K ia it not correct, pleaae noti(jr aWanrr t'xaminr the Uhrl on your paper. the best machinery and thorough-bre- d stock. His pride and ambition is to orange orchard in Florida. NOTICE TO Sl'BSCRIBF.RS (o) When you hae finished reading your copy o( THE BRKCKKNRIDOK NEWS hand it to make the "Bon Haven Ranch" one of During the past week, the editor friend who is not a subscriber ; do not throw it away or deatroy it. the best ranches in the county. has been favored again by his good - o-- SEPTEMBER 24, 1919 We had the pleasure last week of friends with eatables. Mr. L. C Taul WEDNESDAY of taking a drive through the Lewisport presented us with a ofbig basket the prettiest PREVENTION. friend L. Lebovitz tomatoes and some bottom with our old Jh seeLebovitz. We drove red peppers which we delight There was a prophet who said, "The way to get well is not to get sick." and his son Alex to Hawesville. Then Mr. ing hanging in our kitchen. from Lewisport Anrl then he went on to give his many preventives for warding off illness. Lebovitz is familiar with every acre Mr. Geo. Weatherholt gave us some The Public Health Service has forewarned us that there will be a of land and every land owner in this more of his large tomatoes, the size of the influenza in the closing months of this year and in 1920. bottom, having had dealings with that no one else is able to grow this Drink-wate- r, enough there have been some few cases already reported in the them for the last twenty year in time of the year. Mr. T. K. And sure of Tobinsport, brought in some cities selling them gOods, buying their stock, He says, "no of his delicious soft peaches, the only So, in the words of the prophet, we would say, "The best way to get produce and timber. puv .uiojjoq kind that is good with cream and xinm well of influenza is not to have it." Of course there is no royal road to saieaipui people live than here in this. sugar. assure one that he or she will postively not have the influenza, but the better o Public Health Service has given us some precautions to use, which if we that what he says is true. Their Mrs. Ed Burke, of near here has 7 farms are in a high state of cultiva will go by will more than likely be a safe preventive. tion, crops look good, roads good, and cows and ships to Louisville every Some of the rules that stand foremost in avoiding the influenza are: all that it takes to make prosperity week 10 gallons of cream. First, to keep your mental condition as even tempered as possible. Don't and hapiness they seem to have. We worry, especially over the possibilities of catching the disease. Worry lowers have heard much about this section Progress of Road Work. one's vitality quicker than most anything. Second, have strict cleanliness but it is the first time it has been our: pleasure to take a look at it. We hope in eating, drinking and personal habits and prompt attention to insigniI am very glad to say that we are when the Federal Highway is comstill doing our best to get the Roads ficant ailments without exaggerated fear as to their outcome. pleted, we will get in closser touch in better condition. You know the Then prevention is the word. So, if we are cautious to abide by these with them. world was not made in one day. No rules, the influenza epidemic this year can be prevented from robo and other big enterprise ever made success in Mr. Jake Wilson, manager of The one day. While we do not mean to bing our land of its people to a far greater extent than last year. Fordsville Planing Mill Co., Fords-vill- say that our roads cover the whole was in Louisville, last week. world, nor do we mean to say that COUNTY ROAD WORK. He reports business good in his line. our Road proposition is the largest , o enterprise, but we have our share of Breckinridge county's Road Engineer, Mr. John Bloomer is the man Mr. J. B. Allgood, Mrs. Allgood the number of miles which is about whom all eyes are on these days. and their little son, Walter, Mr. 1.300 in this county and we think it is Mr Bloomer makes a good report on the road work in Breckinridge Amos Wallace and daughter, Mrs. a real good sized proposition, too. county through the columns of The Breckinridge News this week. He says Mirth, and Mr. J. B. Carter, all of But, in the face of all that, we are dohe has had twelve graders running in the county in the past six weeks, ana Big Spring, were in Hardinsburg, last ing lots of work and getting some Mr. Allgood' Monday on business. results. with the help of teams furnished gratis by some of our good farmers, he has had his name entered as one of our goodappreciate I the cooperation I have made good progress on the roads considering the time he had to work on regular subscribers. gotten in the county and I feel sure o them. that I will continue to get the necesTaylor Tate was in Louisville, last sary cooperation. While I know I We note that the thing Mr. Bloomer seems to seek most is cooperation; week and sold his old crop of one can't please every one no man on cooperation of the farmers with their teams and in complying with the law sucker tobacco at $17.89 average. earth can do that. I am not complainin cutting out their fence corners; cooperation from the citizens in giving o ing at all. while I have had some unWe met Mr. John P. Haswell, Jr., pleasant tasks to work out. And in him encouragement and when possible lend a helping hand. With 1300 Louisville, dur- doing my duty some folks will kick miles of bad roads to be improved, we can readily understand why a 'county and Mrs. Haswell, in Do you know and finally become chronic knockers. ing Fair week. road engineer would want unlimited cooperation. what we think, that John P. has You are well aware of the fact that Mr. Bloomer is at the head of a job that we are all anxious to see made no mistake in his choice of a some folks just naturally have to progress. We have known the disadvantages of bad roads long enough. wife. knock a little by force of habit. But o that is not worrying me I am going We do not want to stop with having the federal highway only, but we want his has good roads all over the county leading to the highway. With this aim in of John T.toHoben Beardsold Co. stock on just the same and the more critiB. F. & goods cism a public man can get the better view, every farmer and every citizen alike should give their cooperation o he is known in the community. There To crush the life out of disease is an old saying like this: "He who with might and soul and have better roads as soon as possible. germs, of the kinds that inhabit milk makes no mistakes does nothing and and other liquid foods, takes a pres- he who makes too many loses his job." Roosevelt Memorial Park at Oyster Bay is now definiteThe Theodore sure of 20,000 to 100,000 lb. to the But, some people kick for one reason ly assured. It ultimately will include the Roosevelt home on Sagamore Hill, square inch. The chemical expert of and some for another. If you don't which will be preserved after the manner of Washington's home at Mt. a West Virginia college, in discover- think a County Road Engineer ori also to apply Vernon and Lincoln't home at Springfield. 111. Plans for a Roosevelt arch ing this fact, foundliquids, how described County Judge has a full sized man s such pressures to as try some or monument at Washington are still under consideration by the National and illustrated in the October Popular job have ithad 12 time. I graders running in Roosevelt Memorial Committee. Mechanics Magazine. the county for the past six weeks. o We did not get started until late in Adkisson & Ball, real estate dealers to It is gratifying to see the real estate business picking up in Clover- sold the W. T. Macy farm, known as the season; labor hard has get some folks discouraging it in some port We have a wonderful opportunity before us now for a bigger and the Overton Basham place to James communities retarded the work. I Cox, colored, for $1.00 cash. better Cloverport. We already have the railroad and the Ohio River for regret that I did not begin here early in the spring, but by reason of being transportation with a federal highway coming; and then we have a good Beard Brothers bought last week in France I did not get home until school, good churches, and good people, why shouldn't we grow? 200,0(10 pounds of dark tobacco from June. We have done quite a bit of farmers. Price $10 to $13 round. grading. We have gotten quite a bit o of free work in the way of people The two candidates for governor of Kentucky have announced their County means for reforming the State. We best know which one will carry ing a new Engineer Bloomer is build- furnishing teams. Our idea for askiron bridge across Hardins ing people to free teams out his means of reform, if he is elected, by the records of his past history. Creek on the Hardinsburg and Steph-enspo- that we wouldfurnish the money was have left You can generally count on a man doing those things which he has been road. to work the hills and places that a o grader can't be used and for the doing all of his life. a. Master Commissioner Lee Walls, reason that we can't hire teams to sold at the Court House door in Har- grade all the roads and work the hills, Evidently "Uncle John" Shell, of Kentucky, 131 years old who flew 15 dinsburg, Monday, two acres of too. by reason of not having that and improvements, in Glen much monev Wp hnnr tn hixtn wnrk -o minutes in an airplane and said the sensation was of "being drunk, but all ground for $Ho0. j --Dean Jesse A. Matthews on the hills just as soon as we get! right at that," has had experience. Boston Globe. Well, he has lived long was the purchaser. thru grading and that will be within enough to have had a number of varied experiences. o the next few days. Labor just at this W. C. Moorman has bought the Joe time is scarce by reason of farmers cat! farm near Hardinsburg. from harvesting their crops. A Baptist minister in New York is in favor of a minister's strike on C. V. Robertson for $10,000. It has I come here for the purpose of dothe grounds that the average ministers only get $800 a year. Does he want a handsome home and other improve- ing what I can for these dirt roads to put ministers on the level with other men who are making the dollars ments made by Mr. Robertson. and I find the citizens as a whole are o willing to assist in this work. It first and their work second? Again this season the boys and takes to do road work. girls in the Pig Clubs have taken high No man can do it alone he has to We wonder what kind of reception Mr. Hoover, who has "been in honors over veteran breeders at the have help. In view of that let's pull Europe since the armistice was signed, and is now on his way home, will State Fair which has just closed. The this matter along as best we can and Junior Championship in Hampshire I think we will get some real results. get when he lands. I hope that every man owning land classes went to Win. J. Mamby, Jr., of LaGrange, who is only eleven years along the public highways will have You can always tell the folks that love their home town and its people. old. In the Breeders' Junior Sow the fence corners cut out by October. They take the home paper and keep up with everyone through its columns. Fig Class for Durocs, the club mem- The law requires that this be done. bers took first, second and third with Many have already cut them out, but 37 showing. Leona Downs, Cox's there are a few that have not. I supThe eleven year old girl whom Gen. Pershing kissed, can't say in five Creek, took first with her gilt Down's pose by reason of being busy in crops. Best. Chas. M. Wheeler, Buechel. I want every one to have all the time years from now," I'm sweet sixteen and never been kissed." got second place with Taxpayer's it takes for this task, but I want to Minnie. George Hayden. Springfield, be sure that they are cut out. Let me say again that I am here to From the present prospects we believe we will be riding over the Ohio secured the third prize with Hayden's Cardinal Queen. assist the citizens of this county in River road before we know it. working roads. I can't see every one Standardization oi poultry, which the same day, but if you will let mt Trying to make life less difficult for others is a noble occupation. IMUI one breed for each county, it ktMW I will come Ito see you. I want want you to help now being put into operation in Ml to help you and counties in Kentucky under the direc-- ! me. I am out in the county every use should keep posted as to what he FARM FACTS day and in case you come is buying. Complete fertilizers vary ti'in of the Extension Division of the not find nie write me or here and do come back. By County Agent Loy. College of Agriculture. This past n their make up and the farmer ought Respectfully, to buy what his land needs and not spring Ml, 000 purebred eggs were! John Bloomer, County Engineer. have to pay for expensive ingredients distributed in these H5 counties. It is Select Plenty of Seed. predicted that 7."0.00l purebred eggs is easy t,, forget, but the chances which will do his land no good. It of standard breeds will be sold fori PIES OF TUBERCULOSIS. are ten to one that the farmers of setting next season. Kentucky have not forgotten the NEWS FROM TOBINSPORT. ' (iarheld. K , Sept. 21. Ittl (Special) o shortage oi seed corn two year ago. Smith, sun of Mr and Mrs. Our philosopher says: A field is D. If they have not forgotten they T. Smith, of Louisville, died at bis Mr and Mrs I. S Kmland. Mr like a horse, it's got to be fed an' should need no urging to begin the home Saturday night, Sept. '.'(), after selection of seed corn the moment the and Mrs. Wood Weatherholt, Mr. and handled an' thought about a good deal a lingering illness of tuberculosis. He crop has matured this fall While M rs ( 011115 Bj 111 entertained .it din- to be kept in condition. is survived by his widow and one son, selecting seed corn the farmer should ner and supper last Sunday under the It's always seemed kinder queer to his parents, two brothers and two see that he has more than enough. j shady trees in Mr. W calherholt's guests enjoyed me that there're folks that can grow sisters. A two years' supply is nut a bad plan vard. Twenty-fou- r the picnic of barbecued mutton and in to a sour, mean, stingy old age by anv means SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS guests pre- - u hen there are sunsets, an' bird songs, Of course anyone knows a good chicken The car of corn just as anyone kaVWI a sent were: Mr and Mrs. Smith, of fvv ensboro; Ms Mc- a good horse w hen he sees one But Jeanette a good judge of corn or of horses Cutcheon) bilking and Mrs Mabel become a much better one by England Hartley, of Evansville, and in Wallace Weatherholt and learning what experience ha taught Messi Division of Billy W illiams from overseas. others. The School opened here Monday with t!ie Colltgt) of Agriculture has a six page HrcttUr, "Selecting and Caring Misses Alia Lamb, Gertrude Thresher lor Soid CotU," which is the very and Nellie Kinder as instructors and thing for the practical farmer to have an enrollment of twenty-thre- e pupils Dr. O. E. Hart, of Beaver Dam, will be in HardinsCannelton Telephone. t this time of the year. A letter or post card to the Experiment Staburg the First Monday in October to treat all kinds of tion at Lexiugt n asking for Exten-s- i Some folks '11 actually worry about ig t u.ular No u3 will bring it at anything. Bill Bowers is nearly crazy Live Stock. If you have any animals that need atonce. because he says: "Tractors are all right for doin' work but were'll tention bring them to him. Buy W.th Care. Everj farmer who is in the market the farmer get manure for hit fields for frttiiiaers fur autumn or spring if he give up his mules an' horact?" W. S. We are also tthbl oV Sons, proprietors of the Highland Nursery, for a basket of Taken from The Breckenridge News Wednesday, Sept 26, 1894 White Heath peaches the most delicious fruit we ever tasted. They J were fine size, beautiful color and a flavor tha't no other peach has These In Cloverport. J. E. Monarch, County Clerk, and peaches would bring ten cents a piece (o) Dejarnette, Stewart Democratic in any market. An orchard of this Watches are cheap. Give Short & candidate for Jailer, of Hardinsburg, be worth more than an Haynea a watch inspection. variety would were in town. Duncan and E. E. Edgar Miss Laffie Parr, Chenault, and 42 mile run on their wheels. Miss Lucile Cunningham, Stephens-por- t, (o) visited their cousin, Mrs. ClayGoog hogs sold in Louisville at ton Crosson. $5 AO, good lights at (o) Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gardner, of (o) Mrs. Julius Nolte was awarded Chenault, visited relatives here. Mr. premium at Elizabethtown fair for Gardner, the Republican candidate for best piece of fancy work. Deputy Sheriff, is a popular young man in his section of the county, (o) Mr. E. P Millett and Miss Etta -(- o)Monarch, of Owensboro, were marThe 109 session of the Salem Asried in that city, Sept. 80. sociation met with the Beech Grove -(- o)church in Meade county. Beech Grove J. E. Allen, Chenatilt, organized a was one of the oldest churches in class of eighteen in elocution in Meade county and took its name from Cloverport. a beautiful grove near by. David made a (o- )- (o) i. - i.. j j J e. $2.5o; No. chickens, per doz.. $1.50 $13.; 2 oats, 32c; choice hay $10 50 white corn, 42'$c; good shipping $4.25; hogs, $5.25 -(- o)cattle $4.00 Jack Polk, Tobinsport, one of the $5.40; good spring lambs $4.50. (o- )largest watermelon growers in Perry The hull of a steamer burned by county, had one on his place weighGen. Morgan's order near Brandening seventy pounds. burg, was discovered during the ex-(- o)treme low water. After thirty-on- e Squire Hambleton did some good of the work on the Patterson Hill, and years of lying at the bottom was found to saved the county over $100 in the Ohio river. The steamer preservation. be in a perfect state of painting of the iron bridge. Brandenburg. J. H. Btythe, Hardinsburg, visited here and informed the people he would he down soon to assess the town. Mr. Blythe was very much smitten with some of the attractions on the Bowling Green road. (o- )- (o) market reports: Choice country butter, 17c; eggs, 13c; green hides, 3c; hens, per lb. 6c; spring Louisville Mr. J. D. Babbage was at the Association, Thursday, and was in such in Owensboro. good spirits, the News list certainly (o) He is justly was being increased. Miss Maxie Bandy, of Union Star, proud of his excellent paper. was the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. -(- o)S. Crosson, and entered the CloverSuicide is contagious. Jack Harris, port High School. a drunken character here, sent for -(- o)morphine a few nights since. The Owen Cunningham, Stephensport, drug clerk sent arrow roots in capRepublican candidate for Clerk, was sules, which Jack proceeded to swalin town circulating among friends. low and still survives. Miss Mary Moorman spent a week -(- o)- In - When You Have Some Money To Lay Away For A While why not deposit it with a bank that is both WILLING and ABLE to to help you when you need help? With assets of over one million dollars we feel that we are specially fitted to give you the very best service that can be obtained. rt .. Come In and Talk the Matter Over With Us. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. STRONG ACCOMMODATING The Bank That Helps You Help Yourself Hardinsburg, Kentucky. ' Sweaters! Sweaters! ' Monday's express brought in a new assortment of the most attractive Sweaters for young Misses. In colors that will charm them beyond measure, and in the slip-o- n and tuxebo styles which are extremely becoming to the youthful figures. FIT-RIT- I n E PETTICOATS. Rank- j Satins, Taffetas, all Jersey Silk. in prices from VETERINARY SURGEON $5.00 to $9.50 A new lot of Gingham Dresses for Children have also been received. MRS. ETHEL O. HILLS Cloverrf. MratMcky at? SEPTEMBER 24. 1919 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE 5 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY. Entrrrd tt the i SEPT. M. ltll lipfffreiB'HWIil Company for samples and prices on Composition Rubber Roofing. They just received a car load of the reliable brands that last. Mrs. Hugh Willis Snider, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Oiniral orricts Mrs. Edward Gregory for the past NEW YORK AND CHICAGO two weeks, has returned to her home BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES in Bloomfield, Ky. Miss Mildred D. Babbage, Miss ANNOUNCERATES FOR POLITICAL Tula Babbage and Mr. E. Stewart MENTS. Hahhage leave Friday for Earlington, Far Prechict and City Offices t 2110 attend the Crutchfietd-Babbag- e 1 fl 00 to For County Office For State nd District Opcea fin.m wedding on Saturday. .10 For Calla, per Hne .10 Mrs. Skm Moye and son. Jack rar Card, par line For all Pohfirationa in the interest ol Moye, of Iowa, who have been visitof individ individual or expression .10 ing Mr. Moye's relatives in Wade, ual news, per line Ind., were here for several days the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lewis. STARK-LOWMA- N CO. Mrs. CAurtney Babbage and sons, Louisville Representatives Charlie Watt and Courtney Babbage. Jr., and Miss Clara Fisher, of Louisville, were here Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Adele Fisher Hamble-ton- . HIS "APFR REPRESENTLD FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ('out Office it Cloverport, Ky econd rlsss matter. has been the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Hardin and aunt, Miss Forrie Hardin, of Holt, was in Cloverport. Saturday. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Write Fordsville Plaining Mill HATS Hats that are flecting re- NOTE 'Plnf notify the editor Wm iletire advert .emrnt a diacontimieri. FOR SALE FOR SA LB ' ps, both ifxr Pe'lifreettltnfurnitied Mr Frank Mattinglv, The (at1e, Cloverport, Ky. K Five Durnc and wean line r BORN TAILOREDSUIT Fashioned of dependable woolens, with Born-Tailor- ed FOR My house in Kinswoo.l. Ky SAI.K room house, well of fine water, new ham, lots ol fruit. Art quickly for bargain. C. A. (Galloway, Kingswoorl, Ky. FOR the Fall and Winter fash- SAI.F. or will trade (or any kind of stork or sell on time, one Overland Tour mf car in (nod condition. H. M Reard. Hardinshurg, Ky. ions, and suitable for the LOST LOST Sunday. Sept 14. on road hetween Cloverport and Hardin's achool houae, moving picture acreen. Finder return to Breckenridf e Nrwn office and receive re ward of $1.00. LOST- - Between Cloverport and (Wrttt. one 4x34 demountable rim and tire. Clover Leaf Brand. I'leane aend to (ieoraje Hite, 70. t, Third St. Owenahoro, with all painstaking Suit needle work, your will keep its smartly street, occas- dress up wear, ions and evening may be charges. found in my shop WANTED WANTED A tenant lor my farm lving rear Custer in Breckinridge county, Ky . good ground, good house and in good community, contract, will furnish team nnd tools to right man. Tenant must luvr I working force of two or more hands Address me Creendale, Fayette County Kcnficky. J. W Trent. good show for a crop and will giv good Interesting tailored, luxurious appearance throughout a long life of useful service. Personal Mention Mrs. T. S. Nicholas was in Louisville, Monday. Misses Pearl and Carrie Blair spent a few days in Louisville, last week. Write Fordsville Plaining Mill pany for delivered prices on House Mr. Zack Burdette, of Rockport, has been the guest of his father, S. J. Paint. Burdette. Mr. and Mrs. Dejarnette, of McCjuady, were here Saturday visitB. M. ,4lri, , ing relatives. Mr. Roscoe Severs, of Louisville, is the guest of his brother. J. B. Severs and Mrs. Severs. Will Pate and grandson, Thos. Pate, Jr.. have returned from a short visit in McQuady. Mrs. E. B. English, of Hardinsburg, was the dinner guest of Mrs. Eliza Board, Thursday. Mrs. J. R. Bandy, who has been ill with malaria at her home in the East End, is convalescing Mrs. Harry Hamman is in Lexington, visiting her niece, Mrs. Owen May, and Mr. May. Mrs. A. M. Tate, of Louisville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Nolte and Mr. Nolte. Mr. Elmer Hoffious, of Vincennes, Ind., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffious. Jess W. Owen, after a visit with his mother, Mrs. J. T. Owen, returned to Louisville, Monday. Mrs. H. C. Pate returned home Tuesday night from a visit in Louisville with Mrs. Frank Carter. Miss Gussie O'Bryan, of Irvington, with her sister. pnt the week-en- d Mrs. Paul Lewis, and Mr. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gregory spent Sunday in Louisville, with their son, Mr. E. Gregory, and Mrs. Gregory. Mrs. John Lyddan and Mrs. Geo. Lyddan, of Webster, spent Wednesday the guests of Mrs. Ben Ridgeway. Mr. and Mrs. Wick DeHaven, of Fordsville, came Tuesday and drove out to their farm. Bon Haven Ranch, to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Smith, of Garfield, were in Louisville, Sunday, to attend the funeral of Mr. Albert Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rhodes and son, went to Addison, Monday to visit Mr. Rhodes" parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes. I will sell the best bailing wire 9'2 feet long. Number of wire 15, at $2 per bundle. Julian H. Brown, Cloverport, Ky. Srwer Fine in the various sizes 4 inch to J4 inch at Fordsville Plan ing Mill Company. They can fill your orders quick. J W. Keys, of Lodiburg; Jesse A. Matthews, Thos. Fentress and John Whittler, of Lodiburg, were in Hardinsburg, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams, of Waitman. Ky., spent Sunday with lira. Williams' sister, Mrs. Geo Mull-- en and Mr Mullen. Mr. and Mrs. James Skillnian, of Louisville, have returned after a visit witb Mr. Skillman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillnian. Rev W. O. Rickard left Tuesday morning for tlkton, to attend the Conference of annual Louisville Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman and son, Stanley Hoffman, of Henderson, motored here Saturday afternoon and spent Sunday with Mr. Hoffman's sisters, Mrs. Heston Driskell and Mrs. Conway. Mrs. Susan Squires and her daughter, Mrs. Eliza Board spent two weeks in Hardinsburg visiting Mrs E. B. English and Rev English, and Mr. and Mrs. Tice Hendrick, of Route No. :;. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carter and son. Floyd N. Carter, and Mrs. Worland Carter, of Irvington, were here Tuesday to see Miss Margaret Carter, who continues ill at the home of her mother, Mrs. Fladge Carter. Mrs. Emma Shrewsberry and daughter, Mrs. Ressie Haycraft, and son, Marvin Shrewsberry, of McQuady. moved into their new home in this city, last week. They purchased the property of F. C. English in the East End. MissEvelynHicks MILLINER OBITUARY Kentucky In athe recent death of Pauline Anthony, of Kirk, Ky.. a bright light in the family as well as in the com Cloverport. bers of the society paid honor to their honorary president. Mrs. A. B. Skill-mabirthday whose eighty-fourt- h occurred on the following day. Among the out of town guests was Mrs. E. B. English, of Hardinsburg. who is the new chairman of the W. M. U. of Breckinridge county. n, munity has gone. She was fourteen years of age when called from earth to Heaven and though so young, but she had an experience religiously that had come to be felt quite in the family circle and among You'll find it easy to make a pleasing fabric and fashion selection at the price you choose to pay. HILL ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Everet Lynch, of Crestwocd, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lynch, of Eastern, Ky., spent Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Milburn. Mr. Harland Dunn and mother. will move Gregory accompanied Mrs. Mary Dunn, purchased this week of James his sister. Mrs. Hugh Snider home for into their home Sahlie. Consideration $."00 a short visit in Bloomfield. From Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hobbs expect there he will go to Battle Creek, to move in the house belonging to J. Mich thence to Mark. Colorado, to S. Armstrong, of Oklahoma. Mrs. Emma Laslie leaves the last resume his position with the D. & R. G. railroad which he held before go- of this week to visit her mother, Mrs. Harris, at Vincenes, Ind , and other ing in the army. relatives. Enroute home she will be Mrs. Burl Parson and daughter. the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ward-rifMiss Mildred Bernice Parson, reShe will be gone five weeks. Mr. M. Nicholas has gone to turned to their home in Vincennes, Ind. Sunday morning after a visit Hawesville, to live. Mr. Charlie Jackson and family with Mrs. Parson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tucker. They were ac- with his mother, Mrs Viola Jackson, Daugherty motored companied to Evansville, by Miss and Robert last Sunday afternoon. to Hawesville, Lelia Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. James Sahlie expect Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McClanahan to move in Eastland soon. Mr. Joe Beavin, of Friel, Ky., with and daughter. Miss Ann McClanahan. of St. Louis, Mo., arrived Sunday to his family spent last Sunday with his attend the funeral of Mrs, McClana-han'- brother, Mr. Simon Beavin and Mrs. mother, Mrs Adele Hambleton. Beavin Durham, of Hardinsburg, moMr. Miss Edith Plank accompanied tored to Cloverport, Saturday to see home her niece. Miss Grace Behen, his daughter, Mrs. Dick Perkins and and nephew, David M. Behen, from Mr. Perkins. Mr. Ed Nicholas has moved to Hickory, N. C, whee they have been spendingthe summer with Miss Plank Evansville, where he will live for the present. and her father, P. D. Plank. Mrs. Charlie Lyod expects to leave this week for a few days visit to her mother, Mrs. Ferry of Cynthianna. Norman S. , f. j her friends and associates. Pauline was converted at the age of nine and taken into the church by me who was her pastor at that time. From the beginning of her relationship with the church she was active and willing at all times to discharge her full duty as she understood it; she was truly a worker in the Master's vine-yar- d until call to the Paradise of God above. To the sorrowing relatives and friends, we say weep not, as our loss is Heaven's gain; she has only d us a little and since we know-wherto find Pauline surely we can take new courage in the thought that after while in God's own good time we can join her in the everlasting bliss of eternal sunshine where there will be no more sorrow, no more parting, no more pain and death; and God shall wipe ajl tears from our eyes. May Heaven's blessings be richly bestowed upon the family and help us all to "fight the good fight of faith that our lives in the earth may be serviceable as was Pauline's in building up the kingdom, and made fit for the happy transition from earth to glory when we shall be "caught up together to meet him in the air. Hei former pastor, Robt. Johnson, Eddyville, Ky J. C. NEW Jflp NOLTE A BRO. Cloverport, Kentucky GOODS ARRIVING DAILY! Ladies' all wool Slip over Sweaters Colors, pink, sky blue and green. A few of our numerous lines of merchandise Hull and best gr de Anioskeag Ginghams in school dresses. dark plaids Per yard I'tilitv Ginghams MQQ for OCn Special price on Misses', ZUL Hoys and Childs Ribbed Hose; sizes ues. 5 to 9'; Misses' fine quality Sweater Coats, solid colors with plaid trimmings. CQ Qfl 0.v0 splendid val- light weight Ladies' Fall Union Suits. ff 1 flfl Per garment for Men's I .UU knit Shirts and Drawers Good quality. $1.25 Men's Hats on our bar gain table; some worth as much as$:t; all are worth more than price they are selling at; all shapes and styles. Roys' school Caps 75c and fancy mixtures.in plaids AQi CII.HO s a DPniMTTrn ni? dtwax w it v s 1 m COLLECTOR. Afull line We carr Mr. J. J. Burke, of Cloverport, has been appointed Deputy Collector for Breckinridge and Ohio counties listed in zone 4, Division 5. Hamilton Alexander is Division Chief and Clint Griffith his assistant. of Hoys and Girls School Shoes and more at living daily a complete line of Stable and Fancy Gioceries, Cigars aad Society Items Of Local Interest Former Garfield Man Weds Louisville Girl. Following is an account of the wedding of Miss Ida Elizabeth McCloud and Mr. Herman Henry Hook. The groom is a Breckinridge county man, formerly of Garfield, and the son of Mr. Andy Hook, of Louisville. "The wedding of Miss Ida Elizabeth McCloud and Mr. Herman Henry Thursday Hook was solemnized morning, September 11, at 8 o'clock, at St. Anthony's church. The Rev. Cellestine Brey performed the ceremony. Miss Nettie Miles was bridesmaid and Mr. Herman Hook had as his best man Mr. Joseph Lussengger. The bride wore a wedding gown of white georgette crepe. The bodice and tunic were beaded in a design of roses; her tulle veil was arranged in a cap effect and caught with a wreath of orange blossoms; she carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses. The bridesmaid wore a gown of delicate pink organdie trimmed with blue and pink ribbons and a pink georgette hat. She carried pink roses. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's mother. In the evening from to 10 there was an informal reception. Latin Mr and Mrs Herman Hook left for a trip through .the East and will return in a few weeks to make their home with the bride's mother, Mrs. M. McCloud." Louisville Times. o Miss Mary Franklin Beard Sets Her Wedding Day For Oct. 7. Ky. Mr. Charlie Keil has returned home after spending ten days in New York. IN MEMORY. Of Mary Evelyn McCoy, who departed this life, December 8th. 1918. Yes Mary has gone and left us, sad and broken hearted, to battle with the world until the Lord says it is enough, come up higher, and then, we will meet Mary and dwell with Jesus evermore. Mary was the life of the home, but God saw fit to pluck the .fairest flower from our home, and place it in His own dear home, the angels and we can only say, Thy will, oh Lord, be done. Dearest Mary thou hast left us, Here, thy loss we deeply feel; But 'tis God that hast bereft us He can all our sorrows heal. Peaceful by thy silent slumber, Peaceful in thy grave so low; Thou no more will join our number, Thou no more our song shall know. Yet again we hope to mee( thee When the days of life have fled, Then in Heaven with joy to greet thee Where no farewell tears are shed. Sadly missed by father, mother, listen and brothers. Read What U. S. Dept. of Agriculture Says About What Two Rats Can Do According to government figures, two rats breeding continually for three years produce 339,709,48:2 individual rats. Act when you see the is first rat. don't wait the surest, cleanest, most convenient exterminator. No mixing with other foods. Drys up after killing leaves no smell. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Sold and guaranteed by E. A Hardesty, Stephensport; Conrad Payne & Co, Cloverport; and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. RAT-SNA- P Golden; Rules Store! Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE 100 breeding Ewes, from 1 to 4 years; mostly yearlings. Cash or on time. Hardinsburg, Ky. XXXXXXXK xxxxxx; Lincoln Savings Bank & i jj Trust Company Fourth and Market Streets Louisville, :- -: Kentucky WHY IT IS COOL WEATHER. Venus Has Been Shoving Us Away From The Sun. ww Capital and Surplus V $600 000.00 Methodist ministers. To The Editor Of The New York Sun: Sir: As the poet sa The great laws of life readjust their infraction. And to every emotion appoint a re, ii if Si rs. ' fc - W II ' Mr. apd Mrs. W. B. Keys returned to their home in Lodiburg, Mon day, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keys in West Point Lieut. Burl Parson, of Vincennes, Ind., was here last week spending a few days with Mrs Parson and daughter, Miss Mildred Bernice Parson. A nice assortment of Winchester Shot Guns, Rifles and Shells at Write Planing Mill Company. them lor prices and description. Mr. Fred Ferry, of Louisville atof tended the funeral ,,. Mrs. Adele ....... .1 ,.t LI., v. Li. IIU waa iii, suv nalllUieioll brother, T.J. Ferry, and Mrs. Ferry. several thousand 1 I have buckets that have arrived at last and will offer- them at $12 per hundred -- Julian H Brown, Clover-por- t, Ky. James Skillman, of LouisviUe, who s - ' Mr. and Mrs. Percy Morton Beard, of Hardinsburg, have issued invitations for (he marriage of their, daughter. Miss Mary Franklin Heard to Mr. Andrew Ka iiuiud Reeves The wedding will take place on Tuesday afternoon, October, 7, at in the Methodist three o'clock Episcopal church South, Hardinsburg, Ky. ' Shower Given Miss Mary Moorman By Woman's Missionary Union. The members of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Cloverport Baptist church gave a miscellaneous shower for Miss Mary Moorman, missionary from China, on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. N. Couch aad Kcv Couch In addition to the shower, the mein- - o , action. This principle is also found true in the capers of a planet. Venus, advancing with her repelling force, holds he earth outward a little lumn the sun from July 4, to September 1j, causing i ol and moderate spells of weather scattered along between the hot days. Then, as a reaction, Venus passes be-teenthe earth and sun September 14, moving away from the world by receding westward around the sun. 1 hus withdrawing her repulsion from the earth. Venus allows us to move in toward the warm sun again, which will result in unusually warm spells of weather scattered along from the middle oi September to the middle of November, which will be a fine fall season. As Venus approaches us she gives us the "cold shoulder;" then the re-- 1 action takes place as she retires and Welcomes us back to the warm sun D. A. N. Grover, again. Kansas City, Mo. ii it II e are especially prepared to serve you intelligently in ii mm . Commercial Banking It (I It Savings Accounts s aa 11 "IS a. 11 V M s . . I i Trust Business Safety Deposit Boxes U At UV V-- '! 11 n I, - TO i. i OFFICERS v. .). lU'LLKirr, ftuijlm PAUL GOMPTON, R BEBNHE1M, Vle-Pi. P, P, L J. 9. ATI KIM l KISKN KKIS. I , Vice As-- i. l'. v S, , J. BOHNEi Treeeorer. H s. kaimkh, y Asst. Tiwutirai MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM PAGE THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER Democratic Leaden Had a Big Day In Hopkinaville. 14, ltl Rheumatic Affections Physicians satisfactory remedial agent in most have found effective and "The Wsttrwsy to Health" The American Medicinal Mineral Water bottled at the Spring without any condensing or fortifying whatever. PROCEEDINGS Fiscal Court of Breckinridge County, Regular Term, Eighth Day of April 1919. (Continued Prom Last Week) rU $ Robert Cicil, labor 41 M Wilbur Webster, labor 14.40 Taylor Meador, labor M.TI Sam Jennings, labor 00 T A. Wales, labor N Thruston Wales, labor Robert Weatherford, labor N0 1 C Belt, labor J M. ( rume, labor 25 10 10.20 SAYS NEIGHBORS GIVEN SURPRISE 64 Doses $1.00 A kfib Dose : Tablespoonf ul in Glass of Water Also prescribed by physicians for constipation, indigestion, high blood pressure, hardening of arteries and skin affecMoney back if tions. not satisfied. I On prescription Sheeran, labor Bashani, labor Davis, labor Davis, labor Forrest Davis, labor Clint Tucker, labor H. Smiley, labor Ransom Dowell, labor Pail Alexander, labor J. S Poole, labor Leo Roy Carl Milt N H.10 ' N I1.M tUH SJ M 9.45 BJf .12.40 14.85 19.57 H -- 'from your phy-- s i c i a n or at your druggists'. The Devonian Mineral Spring Co. ( Webster, labor Eli Potts, labor Milt Tate, labor Paris Hayncs, labor C. 10 ran Incorporated) Owenaboro. Ky Joe Smith, labor B. E. Gray, labor (). Rohbins, labor Eddie Brown, labor Bob Nash, labor B. Smiley, labor The United States Railroad tration Announces Adminis- Wilbur Webster, labor Ml N. C Webster, labor Elliot, labor M.M t Stark Haynes, labor Ml 3.15 Roy Basham, labor R. Basham. labor Taylor Meador. labor Hard Wilson, labor Robt. Weatherford. labor J. Hendricks, labor Sam lennings. labor Belt, labor Bob Nash, labor Arthur Smith, labor Joe Smith, labor C. R, '4.30 6.52 15.75 i8 60 7.65 J. Hehdrirks. labor Allen Meador, labor Marey, labor Emmett Macey, labor Louis Moorman, labor M Bruington, labor M. Jackson, labor C. Elliot, labor Emmett Harper, labor G Macey, labor 1) II Haynes, labor Owen Macey, labor I'. E. Mattingly. labor T. J. Haym, labor W. O Butler, labor I.ovd Maycraft, labor Clarence Milan, labor C. V Bohlcr, labor Sberdie Basham, labor (i D, Shellnian, labor Dynamite caps and fuse J. Whitworth, railroad fare J. Whitworth, freight Leonard Holmes, labor K. Dowell, labor R. Dowell, labor Sherdie Basham. labor W. Watts, labor James Knott, labor Mill & Elev. HardinshurR Co., sand Owen Macey. labor 405 13 27 11 47 30 60 2.02 990 5 14 BY THE CHANGE Trutona 85 40 Couldn't Understand Remark4 50 able Improvement 13 95 9o Wrought, Woman Avers. 4.27 2.02 Owenaboro, Ky., Sept. 23. "My 19 80 I 5.62 nciffhlxirs who knew the condition was in. hrfore ! began taking Trutona, 4.95 II 07 arr surprised to see me working Mrs. Fannie Grundy, well AH 00 sUMwn Owensboro woman of 61ft MMM 11701 fair grounds in were used for the big Democratic rally held there Saturday. The politicians were feasted on barbecued meats, great tubs full of burgoo and all sorts of appetizing dishes. 110 carcassess of hogs and sheep were cooked under the supervision of Flem McReynold's, the most noted barbecuer in this region. Hopkinsville ers were The Pennyroyal b, a Thomas' it StocK Remedy The State candidates and party lead- For Horses, Cattle end Sheep present, and on Saturday OLD KENTUCKY MFC CO., Ism., Pxiuc.h. Kr. evening a Democratic love feast was For Sale By O. WETHINGTON and held. all good dealers ::. 54 7.20 40 05 added. Triplet street, said recently. "I'm certainly grateful for this new tonic, for it has given me more relief than any other medicine I've ever taken and I've tried most all of them," she "I been troubled ulceraIMJ tion hadthe stomach for with past 20 tf the 6.75 years. My bowels were in very bad condition. I would be severely constipated for three or four days at a time and then, when I'd take some harsh laxative I'd have a hard time to check the bowel action. Naturally I became very weak. "I had been bed fast for six weeks before I began taking Trutona. You can imagine my surprise, when, at the end of the first week's treatment I w;is able to get out of bed and began to do my housework again. I'm eating food now that I haven't dared to touch in the past two years. Why, I can oven eat corn bread now and that's one food that used to make me very sick. I have never before given a testanionial for any medicine, but I feel that the public should know of the wonderful relief I've gained r from a bottle of Trutona." Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Cloverport at Wedding's Drug Store; in Hardinsburg at F. S. Kineheloe's Drug Store; and in Irvington at Park's Pharmacy. one-dolla- 11.70 9.22 1.92 945 19.95 2.25 4 95 25.20 16.65 37 17.5(1 I 70 00 2.25 7.87 15.75 3.13 2.02 18 Irvington, Ky. September 26th and 27th, Account TO 11.11 E. C. 1. Itsttilsfly, labor Harper, labor W Bohlcr, labor B. Richardson, caps and P, II 50 4.5o IMt 4 50 BIO VALUESXROLL As fuse John Carman. roofings labor 4.05 $5,252 98 BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FAIR. Total Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Railroad. Pur detmled information apply to Local Ticket Aeetit HUGHES' CHILL TONIC Better Than Calomel and Quinine. PALATABLE (Contains no Arsenic.) The Old Reliable. Xote against this account and due Hardin Soper. team one day and unpaid $5,252.98. Taylor Meador. foreman 11 days Road Fund First District Receipts. J. S. Poole. 71 hours labor L. H. & St. L. Railroad $262.52 Hardin Soper. team 10 hours Taylor Meador 1.60 Taylor Meador. foreman on road work Taylor Meador 2,00 D. H. Smith (Continued on Page 7) 20.40 Taylor Meador 1.00 Taylor Meador 18.00 Taylor Meador 11.75 3.50 22.00 10.14 2.00 13.00, the picture indicates here is a roll roofing for every sort of building. en an arphalt saturated wool felt base, and built up with asphalt. All are approved by Underwriters finLaboratories. And there are four distinct ishes: Silica on the wonderful wearing Premium; Talc on e the Philco; Everlasting Flake Mica on the Mica-Kot- e ; and beautiful slate, red or green, on the Lastile. All are furnished in several weights and can be used for siding as well as roofing, and all are low in price for value received. Talk over with us which one you need. All are made fire-resisti- high-grad- Total Receipts $:tl7.27 G. A. Eskridge Excellent General Tonic as (or Chills and Fevers. Malarial Fevers, Swamp Fevers and Bilious Fevers. Just what you need at this season. MILD LAXATIVE. NERVOUS SEDATIVE, SPLENDID TONIC. As well Disbursements. To liiink of Hardinsburg, for vouchers $S,S49.M Will be in Carey Building Materiale Roof j Asbestos BuIIt-U- p Fiberock Asbestos Felt Asfslttlate Shingles CLOVERPORT TRY IT Don't Take Any Substitute. ROBINSON-PETTET 50c and $1 00 Bottles CO . DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Iasulsting Papers Asbestos Materials 85 Saturday September 27 To Buy Cheap Plug Asphalt Pitch Asphalt Built-U- p Roof Wallboard Feltex Asphslt Felts Damp-ProofiHoofing Paints Comp'ds Roll Roofings Fibre Coating for Roofs Carer Flexible Cement Roofm? Elsstite Expansion Joint Magnesia Pipe and Boiler Coverings Prepared by Louisville. Ky. INCONrONATID Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County Cloverport Planing Mill JAS. M . LEWIS. Proprietor Lumbar and Building Material. Office and Mill naar Dspot. Cloverport, Ky. THE MOST DANGEROUS DISEASE No organs of the human body are o Get some GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem OH Important to health and lonir life aa the Capsules at once. They are an old, tried kidneys. When they slow up and com- preparation used all over the world for mence to lag in their duties, look out! Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky. Horses Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep. 3 4 Find out what the trouble is without delay. Whenever you feel nervous, weak, dizzy, auffer from sleeplessness, or have pains In the back wake up a; once. Tour kidneys need help. These mst signs to warn you that your kidneys are not performing their function., properly. They are only half i...i their work and are allowing Impurities to accumulate and be convert-a- d Into uric acid and other poisons, which are vauslnir you distress and will destroy you unless they are driven from your system. aoothing oils combined with Have won 1000 Ribbons at Stale Fairs ia g g Past Five Years and herbs, well kiiown and used by physicians In their dally practice. GOVO MEDAL, Haarlem Oil Oapaulea are ImHome ported direct from the laboratories In Holland. They are convenient to take, W. J. OWEN SONS, Propietors and will either give prompt relief or your money will be refunded. Ask for Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 any drug store, but be sure to thorn at get the original imported QOLD Poland China Hogs a Specialty MEDAL brand. Accept no substitutes In sealed packages. Three sizes. Polled Durham Cattle strength-givinsystem-cleansin- centurlea They contain only Valley Stock Farm 0 Osi ORCHARD HOME FARM G. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor NEW OFFERING! $3,000,000 J. C. PENNY COMPANY 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock Company operates the largest chain of department stores of Its kind In the world, maintaining 1H7 stores, eztendliiK Into twenty the states. PRICE 98 AND ACCRUED DIVIDEND TO YIELD Special Circular On Request Breeder of Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 8. ME HOWARD J. M FARMS LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE TVfHEN you see this famous trade-mar- k, HOWARD ft SON, Prop. 7',. Shorthorn and Polled Oatlr Roam Sultan, a on of Whitehall Sultan, hradi the herd. Duroc Hogs, Spraguc Defender heads the seed, Young stock for Sale at all times. It will pay you to visit our farms. :- 210 8. FIFTH JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. 8TREET LOUISVILLE J Glen Dean, -: :- -: Ky. Look Me In the Eye will tell you just what your eye trouble is and supply you with the glasses you should have. Consultation Free. And I BEARD BROS. Hardinsburg. Ky. Dealers in LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO i he OptoinetriM With C. V Hardinsburg, Ky. Desler ia Robertson think a minute I Think of the delicious taste of a slice of fresh toasted bread! That's the real idea back of the success of Lucky Strike cigarettes. Toasting improves tobacco just as well as bread. And that's a lot. L. Huber & At 648 South Fourth Avenue Sons. Louisvil e, Ky. ENOS SPENCER. Pms. High-Clas- s Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. It will pay you to visit my Stables PARK PLACE O. N. Lyddan Try a Lucky Strike cigarette 1JU FARMER AND FEEDER Irvington, Ky. Commercial School A WEBSTER STOCK FARM H. H. NORTON, Owner It's toasted C7 o WIAM.Y INCOSPOSATIO INSTITUTION OF LB ANN I NO Fanner, Feeder and Dealer in Complete Course of Commercial Vocational Training. St udente All Kinds of Live Stock. Practical, eying Keeulte. Catalogue eent upon raqueet. Webster, Kentucky. 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of PoetoAce LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY f last SEPTEMBER Dr. 24, 1919 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE T PERMANENT nFNTlftT R. I. STEPHENSON Office L. PROCEEDINGS (Continued Prom Page ) J. Mattingly. Blacksmith work on road tool Overdrawn Amount now in hand of Sheriff due this fund as shown by Sheriff's set- $2,145. M Sheriff, due this fund $1,976.42 1.047 82 $ 928 82 $842 48 MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. tlement $,.,,H74.38 Balance Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST Taylor Meador, days work Taylor Meader, 7 days work Bill Heath. II hours work Allen Meador, 30 hours labor Bill Heath. 2 bushels of corn Henry Johnson, workon road Mattingly Bros. & Bickett .1 fl0 7.00 8 00 UN 300 H Ml 00 road tools Located permanently in Hardinsburg. Occupying office recently vacated by Walter Moorman, hay for team Dr. Walker. Bank of Hardinsburg, interest on lit District Road Voucher Specializing In Trial Practice Taylor Meador, 3 days work MURRAY HAYES bu. of corn Joe Trent, Ransom Dowell, ' days work LAWYER I. B. Richardson, dynamite 8 Inter Southern Building 1B0S-- 1.05 MM H. 79 00 1 5.20 7.00 50.60 I. 75 1.75 4 00 I LOUISVILLE More and caps Than A 20 Years Experience Johnie Bates, Ernest Bates, 1 1 day's work day's work Levi Bates, team one day TRY WANT AD TODAY Total Disbursements $2,463.15 protection against the storms of adversity. No man who has a home and family should enu Z danger the security of his home or the comfort of his Family should he be taken away from them. MONEY IN THE BANK will best insure the m As you earn w comfort of a man's wife and children. dependent. money bank it regularly and make your family t in- service mmmmm wmmm mm The "Prudent Man" Protects His Home With a Bank Account Money PILED UP in the bank is the one sure , hours labor Bank of Hardinsburg interest on 2nd district vouchers Asher Newby, team one day Touser Newby, team 4 days Logan Creig, team 1 day Gabe Brickey Marion Weatherholt, team work on road Road Pund Second District Receipts Railroad Pund Receipts From note executed by connty From Paul Compton. Treasurer, on Feb 4, I91t, to cover $ 85 overdraft $306.82. From note executed by county treasurer, on Feb. Diabursementa. 24, 1919, to cover overdraft To Marion 673.29 Weatherholt. labor and tools $ 13.8:, Total Receipts $1,269.10 Bank of Hardinsburg. vouchers for 2nd district 74082 Disbursements W. B. Camp, team IH days, The Bank of Hardinsburg & labor three days MUM Trust Co., R R. Compton, B. F. Frank, foreman 4'S account $ 51820 days 11.25 Same .90 Logan Creig, 4 days team, To D. S Richardson, Estate Vt day's labor 1687 for 4 coupons 120.00 B. F. Frank, foreman 454 To Amanda R. Dean, three days, labor coupons 11.25 90.00 D. S Rirharilsnn fclil. Ashef Newby, 4 days lobar 7.87 To I coupons 6000 Touser Newby, team I days 8.00 180.00 Bud Isom, y2 days labor 7.87 R. R. Dist. Coupons R. Dist. Coupons 30 00 7.87 ' R. John Dawson, Vi days labor 30.00 W. B. Allen, team 2 days 800 Coupon No. 59 Co. B. 3 Coupons 90 00 Hardie Walker, team l. days, :i Coupons 90.00 labor ! days 75.75 coupons 270 00 Bob Blake. :y2 days labor 6.12 7.87 James Philips, Vt days labor Total Disbursements $1,479.10 G. N. Harris, BM days labor Ml Overdrawn . 210.00 17.-Sid Taul, day's labor Amount now in the hands of B. F. Frank, foreman 4 days 10.00 the Sheriff due this fund 5,073. ."Q 3.H5 Herman Allen, '!' days labor W. B. Allen, 'i days labor, Live Stock Fund Receipts. 8.00 team From County Clerk out of Bud Isom, 35 j I 1 'Royal Cord' Nobby' 'Chain' 'Vtco' See the big Nobs The 'Nobby' is a big rough husky fellow. The tire they are all talking about. A great road gripper a sure 6.11 enough non-skidd- er and non-slippe- r. 11.75 4.00 7.00 4.00 5.25 30.00 Dor Tax Disbursements Sinking Balance on hand April " 1, $1,711.60 0,000.00 1919 1,711.60 From FIRST STATE BANK Irvlnglon, Ky. PROGRESS Fund Receipts. note executed by county Treasurer on Feb. :.'4, 1919 to cover overdraft $ & Makes easier riding and easier 767. 32 $1,047.60 Balance on hand April 1,1919 $0,000.00 Amount now in hands of Total Disbursements $ 767.32 Balance on hand April 1, 1919 0,000.00 Amount now in hands of Sheriff due this fund 1, 304.53 Road Fund, Fourth District Receipts From note executed by county Treasurer Feb. 24, 1919 to cover overdraft $36.90 rrom Paul Compton 2500 Disbursements. To Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co. driving. More safety, more comfort more mileage, A TWO Nobby' is a United States Tire, which means none better. Just right for our roads. County Country Fair! Including Breckenridge and Meade Total receipts To H. 6 $61.90 F. days Disbursements Triplett, foreman 13 M United States Tires are Good Tires SEPTEMBER 26 AND 27 The place you will meet your friends of old and make new ones to be remembered. IRVING TON draws wide her portals that you may enter, and lest you tax her room not hospitality has opened her gates to better entertain you. Tents, both large and small, will be erected on the grounds to accommodate the crowd and shelter the exhibits. Raymond Haynes, labor iyA days A days labor Allen Morris, Gid Haynes, ijijj days labor Bank of Hardinsburg interest on the 4th Disct. voucher T. F. Triplett, team 1 day H. F. Triplett. foreman day Joe Rigsby, labor 1 day 1 Martin Stith. labor SM days 9 62 .62 .25 .25 66 00 75 75 Compton & Compton, dyna- mite, fuse and nails 1.47 Bank of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co., for road vouchers 4th district 1.092.83 Total Disbursements $1,140.95 Overdrawn on April 1, 1919 1,079.05 Amount now in the hands of the sheriff due this fund 2,088.17 From 24, Camp Knox Military Band Will Furnish the Music. The 81st division Field Artillery will lead our home boys in a military demonstration. Reduced rates on Railroad Louisville, Cannelton and Fordsville, including all from way stations. Fund Receipts. note executed by county Treasurer, on Feb. 1919, to cover overdraft $616.84 $010.84 Bridge Total Receipts Disbursements To Bank of Hardinsburg & Tr. Co. interest $ Horace McCoy, unloading Culverts R. L. Gilpin, Brdige work Henry Cary, culvert work Hewitt Payne, two days work on Bridge Friday Will Be Military and School Children's Day. Don't fail to see this part of the program. Your kiddies will enjoy the music and the booming of the .75 M. M. guns. The Infantry Drill, too, will fill the heart of every true American. Forget your troubles for a while and shout loud and long for the banner that will head our parades forever. Saturday will be two county parade and needs no introduction save t'will be better than ever. In fact the whole show grows better all the time. We are forced to add prizes 17.80 i,5o 4.00 2.00 3.50 4.00 72.76 32.52 that reached us too late for catalog. The subscriptions to the Irvington Herald in the poultry lift will be supplied in cash by the following gentlemen: Ginger Bandy, Mike Ljaldan, H. H. Norton, B. W. Carter & Son. Jim Hottell, deputy sheriff, will give $5 for the school district having the best drilled fltowd in parade. A. Drane, traveling salesman, $3 second. C. D. Hardaway will give $5 for best saddle and harness stallion. f . King $5 for the best plantation saddle mare or gelding. The Corn, Clover and Stock Club will give $5 for the best drilled soldier in the Infantry Drill. The premiums are all free, but a fee of fifteen cents will be charged at the gate to everybody over school age. The Ladies' will serve Lunch and Refreshments. . Jas. Dome, team 1 day a. T. Jolly, 1 day foreman Henry Condor, 8 hrs. labor J. a. foole, 8 hrs. work Taylor Meador, 1 day labor Bill Heath, 8 hrs. labor Ernest Eskridge, freight on Marion Hubert Bruner, team 1 day Marion Weatherholt, work on Cloverport bridge J. A. Haynes, bridge work, lumber and nails Marion Weatherholt, work, lumber and nails M. L. Laslie, 1 day labor We know United States Tires are Good Tires. That's why we sell them. M. HAMMAN SON & COMPANY, Agents J. B. GIBSON, President B. W. CARTER, Sec y. Culverts Weatherholt, labor and material Vester Glasscock, timber for culverts W. J. Jolly, 6 days foreman bred Wells. 500 ft. lumber s $3 0o per 100 Marion Weathcrliult, lumber, labor and nails Rod Lamptou, labor and nails H l.aslie, 1 day labor S WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS BRECKINRIDGErBANK ' OF CLOVERPORT SECURITY EDWARD BOWNE, President SERVICE CONTENTMENT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier 87.50 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY 1.75 4.00 2.25 S. B. Laslie, team 1 day 4.00 culverts 110 1.20 Marion Weatherholt, Yi on Luther Tshley, repair work 1.20 on Rock Lick bridge of Cloverport repair 2.00 88.63 II A. Walker, repair on bridge 1.20 2. 25 Clover Creek bridge Rod Lampton, labor and nails 3.9 2.00 Pett Bennett, foreman 1 day 2.34 3.05 L. S. Butler, work on culvert C. R. Black, team 17 hrs. 8.50 L. H. Hudson, team 3.3 . hrs. 3.00 Wm. Basham, repairing 109.50 Abe Bryant, team 6 hra. R. G. Smith, tyi days labor 4.37 culvert 2M 7.50 R. E. Sharp, 5 hrs. labor 11.40 G. W. Bartlett, team 15 hrs. M 7.00 Bank of Hardinsburg & Tr. 13.50 Same. 14 hrs. Co., on warrants C. K. Black, team 25 hrs 13.00 15.00 Dan Stiff, labor 1 day and 2.85 Total Disbursements I hrs. iLftLM days Overdrawn June C'layconib, 2 1,0178 27 4.05 Now in the hands of the 1 25 labor Sheriff due this fund J. R. McCillen, nails and 1 75 6,083.77 1.15 lumber Receipts. Dan Stiff. 3'2 days labor 6.13 K. McMiller, 3 days J 5.25 From note executed by Same tyi days county Treasurer on Feb. 6.12 8.00 24, 1919 to cover overdraft James Dome, 2 days $138.7 S. J. Jolly, Foreman, 5 days Compton, 11.25 From Paul 2.00 401 U John Bland, 1 5 days labor 65 l'etc Bennett, naili C. C. Powers, 8 days and tyi Total Receipts $547 0 3.03 hours labor T. V. Robertson, team and Disbursements. 0 96 The Bank of Hardinsburg & labor I ." 5 Marion Weatherholt, lumber, labor and material H. A. Walker, repairing culverts Thos. Howard, lumber for 111.34 D. 10 00 Tr. Co. road vouchers 6th District $713.XI B. Emery, team t' . days, labor day It 7. (Continued on Page 8) 1 PAGE 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY COMMISSIONER'S SEPTEMBER 24, lflt SAIL l FOR SALE My Farm of 110 R Breckinridge Circuit Court. Kentucky. A. Sh.llm.n dmr. Ptfl Equity No. 3296 Afilntt ) R. 0. Tiber, Defendant. I Acres One .md n iinrtrr mile South of Improvements (food iiiiiI Cloverport well watered. Highly extra good wMte oak trees ami a lot of btech anil some walnut This timlier is very Call or write me at c lovrrport. fine BUD ISOM Cloverport, Kentucky. 1H10. in the above cause, for the sum dolof one hundred and twenty-eigh- t cents lar and seventy-fiv- e Balance due on Judgement, and all costs herein. I shall proceed to offer for door in sale at the Court-Hous- e to the highest bidder, at ri lU.lt U'C HON', on Monday the 6th, day of October 1919. at one o'clock P. M., or thereabout (being CovMjf Court day.) upon a credit of six months, the following described ($l-'S.7.'i) Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at October, Term thereof, By virtue of a A part of a tract of deeded to A. flreer by Isaac Norton, by deed dated February 12, 1H79. and bounded as follows: Be-- , ginning at a large whiteoak on a branch in Snyder's line, then with his line S. M Fv II poles to a white-oak- ; thence N. 87 E. 24 poles S. r, a poles; N. 71 E. :t0 poles to Kennedy's line; then with his line 4 N. 13 E. poles to a stone in a branch; S. 77. W. to the beginning, containing ?.' acres more or less. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money ordered to be 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 anil effect of a Judgement I.ien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost. llMjl, I.ce Walls. Commissioner. to-wi- t: property, land JUST RECEIVED A Large Line of Men's and Young Men's New Fall Suits At Popular Prices When in need of a MONUMENT or marker, write or call J. P. Keith, Elizabtthtown, Ky. Will he in Cloverport two days each month. Write tor appointment. Am in position to save you money on anything in this line that you might need. PROCEEDINGS (Continued From Page Hob 7) $22.50 to $30.00 These suits were bought months ago, before the present high prices, and the values are extremely good. We are showing a large line of Ladies' Plush and Cloth Coats at interesting prices. Worth $3 to $6 more than our price. A visit to our store will convince you. Burton, team days, 11 labor '. days Bphni Emery, :t days labor Hob Evans, three days labor Theodore Nash, team days Geo. Poole, labor :!'.. days day Tom Howard, team Dell Emery. labor "i'j days Carlos Smith Luther Ashley, foreman 5Jj days and blacksmith Henry Half, foreman :i days Henry Hall, foreman, ;i days D. B. Emery, team :s days, labor 3 days A. A. Mason, labor SJij days Hang of Hardinsburg. Balance interest on vouchers 1 1.37 '.M 13 25 4 37 BUY SHOES NOW Every pair of Shoes in our store would have to be sold from $1 to $3 per pair higher if bought on today's market. Quality is the only standard by which a successful business can stand "No Sacrifice of Qualitv here." Our record is our proof. Each month shows a substantial increase in sales. 1 WHILE IN THE CITY call and look over our stock for bargains in .47 $8":., Total Disbursements 30.1 Overdrawn April 1, 1919 Amount now in hands of the Sheriff due this fund $l.t94 by From note executed county Treasurer, on Feb. '4. 1919 to cover overdraft $228 Ex- From Paul Compton 0 Treasurer -- Fords Buick Sfutz Hupmobile MILES-HUGHE- S Oaklands Chandler Packard Oldsmobile AUTOMOBILE CO. Streets Disbursements To Bank of Hardinsburg Sc Tr. Co., for road vouchers $ 838.83 E. S. Frank, team I days 8 00 Harry Gibson, ." days labor 8.73 S. B. Laslie. 1 day's labor 1.75 II, L. Laslie. 'day's labor 1.75 Hubert Bruiier, 4 days with team in. 00 8.00 Jake Cart, team 2 days George Roberts, team .i days 12.00 S, J. Jolly, foreman i days 13.00 Sf J. Jolly, foreman 3 days 4.."j0 S. E. Laslie. ttUB day, labor 1 Yates, team day 573 Lawrence day day lames Dome, team 4.00 g 93 Lee Cunningham, team 3 days J. A. Hallow ." hours W ill Cunningham, foreman 4 3 Yates, team days 9 00 Lawrence days Edwifl Manning, I days labor 3 oo day Lee Cunningham, team 1 day 4.00 G. B. Gardner, team day Same, 3 days 12.00 L. S. Clark, labor lames Dome, team '2 days Edgar L. Mitchell. 3 days labor 5.00 S JVTsa.slie. lahor 1 day Same. 1 day labor 1.73 S. B. Laslie. nails days S. J. Jolly foreman. J. 1". Mitchell, lahor 1 dav days June Hayncs. team s. J. Jollv, foreman days Hank of Hardh" burg, inter-.!r- d disct. vouchers est James Dome, team 4,'j days Murray Laslie. lahor 1 day 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 . : ztctzru aj tore KENTUCKY. LVPBE.4RD HARDINSBURG 4.00 14 ,S GOOD FARM FOR SALE FOR SALE 245 acres of land lying 8 mile southeast' if Cloverport, Kv.. and one mile from the Bowling Green road. Good dwelling and a new tenant house; 40 acres in grass. 40 acres in cultivation, 60 acres in woodland: the 106 acres in pasture Six everlasting springs; one tobacco barn, one tobacco and stock barn combined; a new stock Farm lays we and barn pattern . fenced. A Call or write J. K KKKNAX, Mattingly, Ky. live-roolnl-anc- Ninth and Liberty ta Louisville, Kentucky. oo 4.00 1.75 H 00 1.25 t.:.'5 4 50 1.75 I two-third- s bar-gatp- 1M.00 6.78 I mflytfim yd 3rtik package cents a j? Hill E r.'io io M 1.75 Tot Disbursements Overdrawn I ?l.l)(jT.40 St.tt DR. Office Hours I W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... Amount tiow in the hands of the Sheriff, due this fund $l,:v tan m !1.M s a. in. C!GARET yji. AW, DENTIST p. m. (Continued Next Week) and Saved "I Spent a $1 on the Price of a Hog." James McGuire, famous Hog Kais-- I er of New Jersey says, "I advise every farmer troubled with rats to use RAT-- ! SNA I'. Tried everything to get rid of. Figur-- : rats. Spent $1 on ed the rats it killed, saved the price Rat-Sna- p '.,'; u It! M. p. in. Always In orHce durlup ofHce liours Irrington, Ky. If you want to know what rare and unusual enjoyment Camels provide smoke them in comparison with any cigarette in the world at any price! r m. are a cigarette revelation any consider them! Take quality, or refreshing flavor and fragrance; or, that CAMELS Smoker realize , m I value is in the cigarettes and do that the I m m not expect premiums or coupons! M wonderful mellow mild smoothness you never before got in a cigarette smoke! Yet Camels are so and so vou marvel that so much delight could be put into a cigarette! Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes them so irresistibly appetizing! And, the blend explains why it is possible for you to smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste! --- full-bodi- ed of tobacco smoked straight! Cm ere in ecimntifi maid every mrhmre ally mvalmd pack-md- e You will prefer Camels to either kind of 20 ritfsrett package or ten 200 tgsrrttm ma carton. Wo mtrangly recomtnmnd this, certon tor the homm or nthce supply or wtfti you trevmt You'll realize pretty quick, too, that among the many reasons you smoke Camels is their freedom from any unpleasant aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor! ciga-rett- y Once you know Camels you won't take much stock in premiums, coupons or gifts.' You'll prefer Camel quality! R J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Wwtton-Stl.m- , N. C. mil' ers, the bandits without masks, so the next play is to "regulate" the packers. Senator Kenyon and Bank-hea- d saw the possibilities of a play RAT-SNAalong this line, so they introduced in the senate the measure bearing the comes in cake name of the Kenyon-Bankhea- d of a hog." RAT-S'A- l' bill. form. N'o mixing with other food, The junior senator from Iowa is the Cats or dogs won't touch it. Three chief spokesman for the measure, and sizes Me, 50c, $1 (.0. Sold and guaran- the manner in whicti lie "warms" into teed by R. A Hardesty, Stephens-port- ; it would make one think that he had Conrad Payne & Co., Clover-por- t; discovered the main den of all the robbers and bandits of the world. The B. F. Heard & Co., Hardinsburg. design of the measure is to "regulate" the packers and its provisions permit i AND NOW THE PACKERS the government to "take over" the I sinning concern and running it in the If there is one thing in which our; ihit rest of the people until such time ' the management will sign a bond near ItKtCimCD are fully skilled it is in skipping from one key to the other, to be "good." in the scale of that variety with which We hold no brief for the packers, their ponderous work must be mark-- 1 but we see no particular merit in the Kenyou-Bankheaed. A few years ago it was right and measure; the thing proper to make the public believe is aiming at abusas which are really that the railway corporations were no abuses at all It should not be rat, the greatest sinners in the world; j ed as a crime for the packers to pro- these were the highwaymen of the vide themselves with storage plants boldest type, and it was as a tireless j that will enable them to hold the "hitter of the railroads" that many an' enormous product the very uature of aspiring misfit connected w ith the their business heaps upon them. What palli that led to the state legislature,! would this Middle-Wes- t country do if not to congress. Then the railways if it were not for the storage capaci-tie- s of the packers! Lacking this, the were "taken over" by the government, and the nutter was so interminably farmers of Iowa and Illinois would bungled and the boasted "experts rj find themselves carrying a crop of on the transportation question sud-- l hogs for a few extra months after! dcnly faded like a bright exhalation they were fit for slaughter. It costs of the evening, and no man knew something to carry a nog even after it is kad'; but the cost is as nothing them more. But it would never do to permit when compared to that of carrying the public to believe for a minute that a hog ajfter it is "tit for market." The our blessed politicians were not an storage houses enable the packers to absolute necessity at a sheild bttrC0 handle the entire meat crop of the the "dear people" and a gang of ex-- ( country and it would be a sorry ploiters: In casting about for a new thing for the country if these great note on which to(bark the politicians! storage houtes were not in existence. From Williamsburg, Iowa, Journal-Tcaught sight of the meat packers: of August 14. Aha! here's the gang of genuine loot ribune j i ! d ' ' L. T. MINGUS ' Hardlnsburfl, Ky. Ayent for if HN VERNIA & SONS TOMBSTONE WORKS. New Albany, Ind. Your orders will have my prompt attention. See me at Hardinsburg. FOR SALE ! Blacksmith shop and tools. Fully equipped. Work enough for two men. Good reason for selling. THOS F. BOHLER Cloverport, Ky. V v