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The Breckenridge news: October 8, 1919 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1919 brc1919100801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 8, 1919 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. ' ii VOL. XLIV ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. r OCTOBER, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. $1 50 a 8. Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 8 8 Months. No. 15 1919 Pages MOORMAN ELECT- KENTUCKY COUNTIES ASSESSED FOR W. S. Breckenridge 17,900 S. EVANGELISTIC MEETING OPENED g. RALLY DAY IN THE METHODIST S. S. Special Program Being Prepared By S. S. Children For MISS MABEL McCRACKEN A GRADUATED NURSE. Finishes Four Years Course At St. Mary's and Elizabeth's Hospital. Miss Mabel McCracken, of this city, who has been taking the four years course in nursing at the St. Mary's and Elizabeth's Hospital, Louisville, graduated from that institution Friday evening in a class of eleven girls Miss McCracken finished her course in the early Spring and as she was the only one in a class at that time, was her commencement until this fall. Miss McCracken has, since June, been the bead nurse in the operating room of the Children's Free Hospital, Louisville, and in addition to this she is one of the instructors for the students nurses at that place. She is the daughter of Mr. Will McCracken of this place, and is twenty-on- e years old. post-poned ED COMMANDER Expected To In 4 Months. Raise PRIZES AWARDED AT COUNTY FAIR Complete List of Those Who Excelled in Farm Products And Miscelaneous. I. ist of premiums awarded at the County Fair under the auspices of the Corn, Clover and Stock Club, J. B. Gibson, president, and B. W. Carter, secretary and general manager. and to raise $7,U'00 of this The campaign in this Louisville. Ky Oct. 3 Declartion half dollars. by Kmmett O'Neal, head of the re- - state is under the direction of James employment bureau of the American B. Brown, of Louisville, who is of Kentucky, that the Sufhd- - ector of the War Loan Organization ard Oil Company and the Ford Mfitor "e oiaie The Treasury Certificates are in Company failed to live up to their reality Government Bonds of the War pledges in the matter of reem ploying men who went into the ser- same type of the Victory Liberty They possess an advantage vice, an address of welcome by May- Notes. or George Weissinger Smith re- over the Liberty Bonds in that they sponse by James P. Gregory, and an can never go below par, and may be address by Chaplain John W Inzer, redeemed at any time simply by giv"fighting chaplain" of the American ing ten days notice. In effect they are Overseas forces, were the high spots Uncle Sam's ten day notes. in the forenoon meeting today of the first convention of the Kentucky war LITTLE GIRL FALLS IN FLOWER BED AND BADLY HURT. Veterans. More than a hundred membefs atMr. and Mrs. Edward Gregory, of tended the session which was presided over by Henry DeHaven Moor- this city, have received a letter from their daughter, Mrs. H. M. Harper, of man, state commander. Chaplain Inzer and Major General Dawson, New Mexico, notifying them Charles P. Summerall. new command- of a bad accident which befell her er at Camp Zachary Taylor were the little daughter, Magdalene Harper. Mrs. Harper stated that while her speakers tonight at a public mass meeting under legion auspices in the little girl was playing with a companJPIrst Christain church at 7:30 o'clock. ion, she reached over a wall for a Present officers of the state or- flower, she fell overboard into the ganization were elected as fellows: flower bed and on an old glass can cutting a V shape gash in her leg. Henry DeHaven Moorman, The child was taken to the hospital commander. ; Ulric Bell, Louisville, vice com- - where four stitches were taken to She has since close up the wound. ander. George R. Ewald, Louisville, fin- - been removed to her home and is getting along all right. e officer. Louisville adjutant. , D. A. Sachs, James G. Wheeler, Paducah, was ejected historian, and Armendt Kirk, of Owensboro, a veteran of the Second division, was elected master-at-,J(rtnUir-Legi- Of The American Legion Of The quota for Kentucky counties In Baptist Church of Hardins-burtruin tne sale or i reasury savings Kentucky At Meeting Held Evangelist English of ncates before January L 1920, is And Breckinridge county is in Louisville. Texas Has Charge. a million October 19. "r Hardinsburg, Ky., Oct. 6 (Special) Evangelist Joe W. English, of Texas, with his song leader and pianist opened an evangelistic meeting here at the Baptist church on Sunday, October 5. Rev. E. B. English, pastor in charge has issued a very cordial invitation to all the chrimin people of Hardinsburg and its vicinity to attend the services, and its expected that there will be large crowds. The services are field in the afternoon and evening. SYN-ODICA- Members of the Cloverport Methwill ahservc Ralodist Sunday-schoo- l ly Day on Sunday morning, October 19, at the eleven o'clock hour. The children of the Sunday-schoo- l are preparing a special program for the service under the direction of Mrs. David Phelps and Miss Margaret Burn with the assistance of the Sunday-schoo- l superintendent, Ira D. Behen. The Rally Day service is not limit-edM- o the members of the church but the public in general will be welcomed to this service. SAMMY HENDRICKSON NOT ATTENDS PRESBYTERY IN HOPKINSVILLE. ABLE TO RETURN HOME. L Hard-insbur- g, CIRCUIT COURT Miss Eliza May returned Sunday from Hopkinsville, where she represented ,the Lucile Memorial Presby terian church of this city, in a two days mieting of the district Presbytery Synodical of Home and Foreign Missions. Miss May was one of the twenty-fiv- e delegates representing twenty- one Presbyterian churches from over the State. At the meeting there were missionaries from Persia. Alaska and New Mexico, who gave very interesting accounts of their work in those countrijjk Miss May returned very much Clii'iused in the mission work, and she will make a report of her to the women of the local church at an early date." JACKSON-WILLIAM- Mrs. O. W. Hendrickson is in Cincinnati visiting her son, Sammy Hendrickson, who has been confined in the General Hospital there for over two months. Young Hendrickson was severely injured last July in an elevator acs cident of one of the Cincinnati ' busi-nes- houses, and his condition shows such little improvement that he will not he able to return home tor severa weeks more. GRADUATED FROM COOK AND BAKERS SCHOOL Julius Hodges has received his discharge after sixteen months service at Camp Zachary Taylor. He was graduated from the Cook and Baker School at the camp, at the time of his discharge. He belonged to the Headquarters Demobilization Group. He received his discharge with the last drafted men in camp and is now here with his mother, Mrs. Barbara Hodges for a short time. CLOCKS WILL BE SET BACK OCT. -- Big Spring, Ky. Oct. ti, (Special) Corn. Prizes amounting to $:.'(). oo given by the First State Bank, Irvington. Best single ear of corn any variety Ginger Bandy, premium $1.00. Best ear white corn Ray Bell, premium N cents. Best ear yellow corn John Lyddan, premium M cents. Best ten ears corn any variety T. R. Beatd, premium $3.00. TO CONFER THE R. A. D'S Second best Ray Bell, premium .Oo. UPON CANDIDATES Best ten ears white corn T. R. Heard, premium l,O0 Second best Ray Bell, premium $1.00. 9 R. A. M. Cloverport Chapter No. best ten ears yellow corn J. B. Gibwill meet in regular Convocation in son, premium $2 00. their hall Friday afternoon and even- Second best Ginger Bandv, premium $1.0(1. ing October IT. beginning at 1:80 P. Best ten ears corn grown by boy unM. sharp, to confer the R. A. D's der II years Ray Bell, premium. upon candidates. $1.,0. Visiting companions are fraternally Best display of corn John Lyddan, premium $.'(.00. invited to meet with us. I o'clock Second best G. N. Lyddan, premium dinner will be served in the hall. HJi R. L. Oelze. H. P. J. C. Noltc. Secretary. Mules Beat mule under one year old T. N. Dunger, premium $.".00. Given by MARRIES FRENCH H. s. OPENED MONDAY WEDDING TAKES PLACE AT MOOK. S ' W. Longmire, Frankfort, sergeant-at-armThe first day of the fall term of Elmer T. Gray, Newport, vice chairman, and Armendt Kirk, Owens- Circuit court brought many isitors to thf county seat in Hardinsburg, boro, assistant secretary. Monday. Judge Layman, of was on hand to preside FAITH IN ADVERSITY. Joe Fountain, of Bootjack, Mich., over the court and the members of was willing to plead guilty in court the grand and petit juries were all to the charge of making liquor, hav- present for their respective duties. ing a private still in his home. Pro- Then there were, manv others who secuting Attorney Lucas told the 5ltci the county scat for various C'ourt that he tried to get a promise kinds of business. Time are only a few important of reformation from Joe, a promise at least that he would refrain from cases booked for this term of court, drinking for the remainder of 'his life. court. The Hon. E. T. Franks, of Owens"Not me," was Joe's answer. "It boro, addressed the crowd in the might go wet again." As Joe's infraction included only afternoon in the Circuit court room Mr. Franks making a little spirits for his own use at the Court House. he was released on payment of the spoke to a most enthusiastic croyd in costs From the Daily Mining Ga- the interest of the Republican State The jurors selected for the grand zette jury are: J. H. Blythe, M. G. Butler, BETTER TAKE A PILOT ALONG H. B. Moorman, Ginger Bandy, Irvin Just as we have reached the era of Mercer, Hes Pullman, Tom Sheron, national prohibition a way has been Alf Taylor, H. L. Payne, Ben M. found lor reaching Europe in a great Miller, S. H. Robbins, Coleman West. And for the petit jury: L. J. PeriMpry. Under the newest develop-Mpn- t of inventive genius a thirsty kins, R. W. Jones, L. D. Fox, Les Poole, E. McDavis, J. VV. Ater, Paul matters of importance with a Shrewsberry, P. R. Payne, T. M. jriend till his words begin to run to- Rogers, D. H. Haynes, John Warren, gether and his hat settles permanent- Geo. Lucas, Henry Cashman, J. R. ly over one eye, and then he can get Mattingly Huse Alexander, Win. Jar-boAndrew Fowler, J. W. Sarver, back in ample time to have the headache right in his own home. This J. C. Dowell, Otis Severs, R R. From Compton, Mercer Richard, N. T. Taul. is indeed a remarkable age Thrift Magazine s; Eliza-bethtown, Many Visitors at the County Mr James D. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Williams, merchant, Were: Maurice K. Gordon, Madison-'ylllSeat on First Day. Judge of Seree, Ky., and Miss May Jackson, temporary chairman: Richard Layman Presides. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mose JackC. H. Slack, Owensboro, secretary; e, county, was elected chaplain. The temporary convention officers D. E. Moxley, Salem, Russell Mook, Ky , Oct. L 1919. (Special) son, of Mook, were quietly united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the home of the bride's parents on SeptRev Kellog Smith, of ember 30. Kingswood, performed the ceremony in the presence of a few friends. The young couple will leave in a few days for Louisville where they will make their home. 26. The- - daylight savings law expires at midnight on October '6, when the clocks over the country will be turned back one hour. NEW PICTURES MOTHER OF 13 CHILDREN DEAD FOR BUSHMAN Mr. Holder Closes Twenty Mrs. Lorena Claycomb SufferWeeks Contract With Paraer of Rheumatism For Many mount Company. Years. Age 65. Chenault, Ky. Oct. ti. (Special) Mrs. Lorena Claycomb, wife of Mr. Frank Claycomb, died at her home here September ;J0, after many years of suffering with rheumatism. The funeral was held the following day by Rev. C. B. Gentry, and the interment took place in the Shellman grave yard. Mrs. Clavcomb was born April 1854, and was the daughter of Levy She was married and Mary Wood. to Frank Claycomb in September To this union thriteen child1875. ren were born, six girls and seven boys. Five of these have preceeded her to the better land. Besides her husband and remaining children, Mrs. Claycomb is survived by two brothers and three sisters, and a host of friends. The deceased united with the Meth odist church about three years ago and has lived true to her convesion ever since. Mie was a patient sulterer of rheumatism, never complaining, but praised her Redeemer all through her illness. H e, SCHOOL NEWS W AND VIEWS VISITING WITH FORMER PARISHIONERS. Rev. W. L. Baker and Mrs. Baker, of Pineville, were in this city Friday, visiting with the former parishioners of Rev. Baker, who was pastor of the Superintendent By J. Raleigh Meador, Methodist church here two years ago. Mr. and Mr. Baker were on their Columbus Day, October 12, comes way to Morganfield, where the former Sunday this year, but the teacher V,n..A nn,, i wl I t has been assigned to the Morganfield IJ circuit. I U .1.) I i' or Monday following to call the . . V. t. iv is is one of the davs in the ir that should always be rem- ffram for Friday afternoon could be "arranged to be rendered by the pupils. Have one or two poems on October, patriotic songs, a stceico oi me of Columbus, and another of his NORTHERN LIGHTS VISIBLE WEDNESDAY EVENING. the week, call attention furnish inspiration. to tne "It would be a most profitable use school time for the teacher to talcs 1 different purpose's rt I U 'I I Id U 111! I I1C reading She will have m iniml . and among (1) to give the setting; (2) to thought problems; (4) to call i lit JV v i I. i .. . lill a: :.... . arOUSe a 1 J ii griiuuir I 11 mi. . i. . " ' m i T I following letter has been a by the Secretary of tm to the school children of ica and 1 give it here that each tt may read it in school to all 1 U (secretary ol tne September , and Girls ot Amer- the twenty million Plfl ) i. reasury. .10 MRS. ERNEST POPHAM IS SERIOUSLY ILL. productions. aurora borealis or Northern The Mr Holder announces that during Mrs. Ernest Popham is seriously-illights were visible in Cloverport, the winter months two shows will be at the home of her parents, Mr. - gin each night promptly at 7:30 and Wednesday evening of last week aIt is stated that a:45 o'clock One can go early or and Mrs. L. L. Mitchell in the East bout nine o'clock. they were visible over a wide stretch late as Mr? Holder guarantees no End. It is stated by members of her of territory prevalent from New York one will be disappointed in not see-t- family that Mrs. Pophain's illness is believed to be typhoid fever, and so Omaha ire communications of jng all of the show. precarious is her condition that a the telegraph companies were imped trained nurse was called from Louised several hours especially in the COW HEEL GROCERY WILL ville, Sunday. Northern states where the wire trou HAVE NEW QUARTERS. bles were nunc serious. YOUNG CLOVERPORT GIRL The Cow Heel Grocery, the popular MARRIES HARDINSBURG BOY WOMAN'S BOARD MISSIONARY DAY. trading place of the West End, will The Woman's Board of Missions be moved into new quarters within a Miss I orine Lively and Mr. Austin Mr. Holder, the owner, of the Harried Cumberland Prasby-teria- few days. on Oak street Robbins, a quarrymau. of Hardinschinch held a very profitable has purchased property of Cow led burg were married in Cannelton, last n a.. k. between the heel and toe HIV mi i iiiik ait 141 ill! f'liji a very week. being church on Sunday, September 2L whaeh is groceryremodeled n ito will be Mrs Robbins is the daughter of Mr. room, and sanitary lit i. .'in - VI i" .iii iv i, ii i n ii g i vi . the one bright spot in that neighbor- John Livly, of this city, who lives most interesting program, a song seron the Oglesby farm The bride is At the hood. in her sixteenth year vice being in the afternoon close of the day !f:J5 was collected for CARD OF THANKS. ins I want to thank my very kind SOCIAL FOR S. S. HOME DEPARTMENT MEMBERS neighbors who helped to cut my corn MOVED TO INDIANA. Mr. and Mrs. James Acos left crop for me while I was sick and un(Special) Glen Le.'n, Kv lit Thursday for Petersburg, Ind where able to do it. S. J. Burdette, Hardinsburg. Mrs. J. T. Jones will give a social on Mr. Acos has opened a candy shop Saturday, October 18, for the mem similar to the Progress Candy combers ot Cue Home Department of the CARD OF THANKS. pany, which he has been with since The family of Miss Margaret Car- Sunday-- . chool of which Mrs. JOhes Us orgaaiaation in Owensboro eleven ter takes this means of expressing is superi tendant. years ago. Owensboro Messenger There are thirty meuabera in this Mrs. Acos was before her marriage their deep appreciation of the many are invited to be Miss Margaret Ryan, of Cloverport acts of love and kiudncss bestowad department who B. English and Mrs. m bV "aws in tneir sau present. Rev E. and the daughter of Mrs. Hattia Pn wedding took place in bereavement, and for the beautiful English, of Hardinsburg, will be the Beavin. The out of town guasta. Araj offerings sent them June mg. l o n I 111 I 1 i , While in Cincinnati last week, Mr. 'O. W. Holder closed a contract with Film Co., for the Paramount-Artcratheir pictures to be run at the Bushman Theatre in this city for a period of twenty weeks. This contract includes many star performances, and among them will be Wm. S. Hart, Mary Pickford, Charles Ray Margaurite Clark, Douglas Fairbanks and Wallace Reid. Mr Holder was assured that he would pictures get the Paramount-Artcraf- t on their first and second run releases. These stars will appear at the Bushman Theater on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week until contract ot twenty weeks expires. In addition to the Paramont-Art-crapictures the Metro Cooperation contracted with Mr. Holder to furnish Bert Lytell, Edith Etorey, Francis X. Bushman, Beverly Bayne, Harold Lockwood and May Allison, for These a period of twenty weeks. stars are to appear every Satjsaday until expiration of contract. On October 14, Wm. S. Hart will appear at the Bushman in one of his latest release, Wolves of the Rail. This is conceded to be one of his best ft ft Second best H. H. Norton, premium $.'.00. Given by G. T. Marshall & Son. Best mule one year old and under two John Lyddan, premium $3.0o. Given by J. D. Ashcraft. Frank L. Moorman Captures of a Ma'm'selle Whom Second best H. H.E. Norton, premium Heart L. Henderson. $:. "i0. Given by He Saw in Brest. Best mule two years old and under F. R. Corydon, premium $.".00. Given by Newsom following clipping from the Second best R. Gardner. premium The J. Cain, Telegram., Ft Worth, Texas, gives a $3.00. Given by J. C. Payne. very interesting account of the ro(Continued on Page 4) mance and announcement of the approaching marriage of Frank L. RED GUM TREES TO BE PLANTED ON ARBOR DAY. Moorman, a former Cloverport S)oy, who is the son of Mrs. Sallie MoorFrankfort, Ky., Oct. L Red gum man. Mr. Moorman's marriage took trees will be planted Arbor Day, Ocplace on Wednesday, September 24, tober 31, as memorials to soldiers and in Ft Worth. And this is how it all sailors who gave their lives in the world war. In designating the red happened: Ma'm'selle Suzanne Marie Elinoire gum as a memorial tree J. E. Barton, Genaille. formerly of Paris, erstwhile commissioner of forestry and geology interpreter for Admiral Wilson of the said the tree was particularly approAmerican fleet recently attached to priate because of its red foliage" and the American Naval Aviation Force star shape leaf. Following a custom established at Brest and later at Washington, dropped the French "handle" when several years ago a governor's tree she cans to Toae. She becatiM plain will be planted. A tin oak has been (that is as plain as a tres jolie ma'm' designated as governor's tree. selle could become) Miss Suzanne And now she's going to BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY Genaille. Americanize even more, for within WOMAN DIES IN SHELBY. hours, her calling cards twenty-fou- r will read "Mrs. Frank. L. Moorman." Mrs. Mamie Horsley Wilson, wife There's a romance! Ah! Ottil of Allen T. Wilson, died at 1:30 o'Frank L. Moorman was in the avia- clock last Thursday afternoon at the tion section of the navy which put home of her father-in-laAlex Wilhim on land duty. son, near Clark, of pneumonia. She AmeriMoorman frequently visited was 0 years old and was formerly can Naval Aviation Force headquar- from Breckinridge county. The burial ters at Brest. And he frequently saw was in Grove Hill cemetery, Saturday an extremely pretty French girl who afternoon. Shelby News. They passed acted as interpreter. within a few fact of each other in the office and met in the street. But they never really, truly "iret" as Americans term it. Eventually the war was over. Miss Genaille wa sent to Washington. Moorman came home and in the course ot human events, got out of the Navy. Miss Genaille made friends October 15. Will Also Be In with Mis Nell Davenport and came Irvington On The Evening to Fort Worth, to see Indians and Of The Same Date. buffalo and oil fields. The Gypsy Hurk Oil Company opened offices, in the Continental The Committee of the Breckinridge Bank building. A nice looking young County ancampaign Democratic man sat in as executive of the com- nounces that the Hon. Mat S. Cohen, pany He was Frank L. Moorman, Democratic candidate for Secretary formerly ot the Naval Aviation Forc- of State, will speak in Cloverport on es. October li, at i o'clock P. M Alors! If you haven't guessed by From here Mr. Cohen will go to this time that Moorman unexpected- Irvington, the same day and speak ly saw Miss Genaille one day, hunted there at 8 o'clock P. M. up mutual friends secured an introduction and since July made a whirlWITH INTENT TO WED. wind campaign and captured the heart Mr. John Gabe Henning, farmer, of of Miss Genaille wel, you're not West View, and Miss Clara T. Harnearly entitled to know that Rev din, of Kingswood, were granted a Forrest Smith will perform a mar-nag- c marriage license in Cannelton, last ceremony at :t P. M Wednesday week. at the Broadway Baptist church in which Miss Genaille and Moorman MAJ. EVANS ROYALTY HOME will be the principals, with Miss Davenport and Mrs. Walker as aides. Maj Herbert fc. Royalty, who ,was dental officer of the old 1st Kentucky BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION. Infantry, is back in Louisville, after more than a year s service abroad, Friends and relatives gathered .... -- 11 LI.L 1 t the home of Mr. and Mrs Sam Smith, ourmg wmcn ne nas oeen 10 mu pans tne ironi anu nas seen service wun ii Ninth Ninth street, Monday, in i birthday. A the Army ot Occupation in Germany honor of his tifty-hrdelicious dinner was served and a He has just received his discharge good time enjoyed by all Those pre- at Camp Zachary Taylor. Maj. Royalty, as a First Lieutenant sent besides the family were: Mrs. Sorilda Smith, of Cloverport, Ky i.is stationed at Camp Taylor with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gabbert Ind the 1st when the local cantonment son, Lester; Mr. and Mrs. Charles was being built. Later, he was made Smith, Mr. Kelly and son, Arnold; divisional dental orhcer of the 38th Mrs. Margaret Gabbert and daughter, Illusion and after going overseas. Norma; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith was attached to headquait and son, Floyd Kay, Jr. Four gen- First Army Louisvillj Major H. Evans erations ware represented, Mrs. SorSmith, Mr. Sam Smith, Mr. Floyd er Breckinridge ilda Smith, and Master Floyd Ray Smith lived and prac diusburg. , Terre Haute Times. Trent. GIRL IN FT. WORTH MATT S. COHEN TO SPEAK IN C'PORT "I A st , PAGE 2 THE BR EC KEN RIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY OCTOBER 8, ltlf- Miss Ada Gregory, of Hardinsburg, spent Wednesday night with her cousin, Miss Hattie Gregory. ' Mallow Robinson, of U. S. N lias received his discharge and is now home Little Mildred Basham, who cdv- Deen very in ot pneumonia is ering. Frank Compton and family spent the HARNED week-en- d with relatives near frving- ton. Mrs Ola Miller and children, of B. F. May was in Leitchfield on Louiovilte, who have been visiting Mr. business, last week. Rev. M. Tate, of Illnois, is visiting and Mrs. John Weatherford and other relatives have returned home. relatives here. called three week ago on account of the serious illness of Mrs.- W. H. Strother. She was improving slowly when she left. Myrtle Moorman Miss after a week's visit with her brother, Raymond and Mrs. Moorman, of Louisville, has returned home. Farm For Sale! I NEWS FROM THE COUNTY HARDINSBURG Rev. B. F. Wilson, Mrs. Wilson and son,, Earl Wilson, will leaVe this week cousin, Mrs. J. D. Crews. for Rrandenburg. Mrs W. N. Warren has returned from Louisville, where she accompanied her husband, who underwent an operation at St. Joseph's Infirmary. Capt. R. P. Kunnecke, formerly of this city, spent Monday here Mrs. Philip Foushee, of Ekron, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Lewis and Mr. Lewis. Mrs. Thomas Rhodes, of Leitch-fielis visiting her sister, Mrs. Mattie d. I ter re at Ihe Puritan again for the win- Mrs J. H. Meador and grandbahy, Ernestine Richardson, spent several days last week at Corners, with Mr Dolf Richardson and daughters, Julrette. Vitula and Daisy Dean. Brads-fordsvill- offer for sale my farm of 100 acres cleared and 40 acres in timber, situated on Sinking creek and Hardinsburg and Brandenburg road one and one half miles South West of Webster Ky. Improvements: Good six room home, two good barns and good out buildings of all kinds. Good cistern and plenty of stock water. Price $4,000. H. H. HATFIELD WEBSTER, KY. Rev. Ivan Allen. Mrs Allen and children, returned Friday from where they went to see Mrs. Allen's brother, who is ill. Herman Witt left Thursday for India, to see his brother, Delma Witt and Mrs. Witt. Miss Zelma Strother returned from Owensboro, Thursday, where she was e, TeafT daughter, Miss Mary, have returned after spending several days in Louisville J. C. Lewis has returned from Columbus, O. Mrs. Mary Rhodes, of Whitesville, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. John O'ReillyTand Mr. O'Reilly. Miss Linnie Haswell is visiting her brother, John P. Haswell and Mrs. Haswell, of Louisville. Mrs. C. H. Mattingty, of Decatur, III., came Wednesday, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lewis. Miss Eva Basham has returned to Stephensport, after a week's visii.with visit with her brother, P. M. Basham. Mrs. D. C. Walls returned from Louisville, Wednesday. Miss Cora Mattingly left Wednesday for Lexington, to enter the twining school. D. C. Moorman, of Glen Dean, was here Thursday. Mrs. Gus Shellman has returned from Louisville, after a short visit with her son. N H. Shellman. Miss Louise Taylor has gone to Holden, West Va., where she will teach the primary grades in the school of that place. Rev. W. B. Huntsman has return ed from Louisville, where he attended the Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church. Claude Mercer spent Friday in Louisville, on business. Mrs. Godfrey Haswell is spending several days in Louisville. Dr. John Meador, of Custer, was Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Sheeran and ! I IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS Kidney disease It no rspectsr of per- diately. The soothing, heallngoil stimsons. A majority of the Ills afflicting ulates the kidneys, relieves inflammapeople today can be traced back to tions and destroys the germs which kidney trouble. have caused It. Do not wait until toTh kldnevs are the most Important morrow. Go to your druggist today and Oil organs of the body. They are the Insist on GOLD MKDAL Haarlem you Capsules. In twenty-fou- r hours Diteiers. the purifiers, of your blood. should feel health and vigor returning Kidney disease Is usually Indicated by and will day you first waarlness, sleeplessness, nervousness, of QOLD bless the Haarlem Oil. beard MKi'AI, despondency, backache, stomach trouAfter you feel that you have cured ble, pain In loins and lower abdomen. yourself, continue to take one or two all stones, gravel, rheumatism, sciatic capsules each day, so as to keep In and lumbago. 'first-clas- s condition and ward oR the All these derangements are nature's danger of other attacks signals to warn you that the kidneys; Ask for tho original Imported QOLD You should use QOLD MKDAL brand. Three sizes. Money need help Haarlem Oil Capsules Imme- - funded If they do not help you. T Smart Sntts For Every fSS Social Affair of Autumn HxM , , In this day of motoring a suit has become the fashion for informal as well as formal daytime wear. The styles show an unusual varation of line, skillfully worked out to meet the characteristic requirements of particular times and occasions. They range from the precisely tailored modes to those luxuriously and elaborately embroidered. The materials are of Frost, Glow, Tricotines, Sfivertones, Chameleon Cords, Peach Bloom and a whole new family of Velours. No late mode is missing which would prove of interest to smartly costumed women. READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT SECOND FLOOR Encouraging Bokkvism Everything that falsely encourages unrest also encourages . here Friday. Atty. Gus D. Brown made a busi ness trip to Louisville, Friday. Rev. R. H. Roe, the new pastor of the M. E. church South preached to his congregation for the first time Sunday morning, Oct. 5. Mrs. Reeves and daughter. Miss Fanny Reeves, of Greenwood, Miss., arrived Saturday to attend the Beard- Reeves wedding, and will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Beard. Miss Sheila Poole is visiting friends in Louisville. W'laa lit 14CI1UI11.I, Ul I THE BEAUTIFUL CREATIONS yS ssWh bolshevism. existed. Misunderstanding of American industrial organization, and of its benefits to mankind, leads to unrest, dissatisfaction, and radicalism. For example, the Federal Trade Commission tells the public that the large packers had an agreed price for lard substitute (made of cotton-see- d oil) It reproduces letters taken from the files of one of the packers, showing that such agreed price is the truest ot her sister. Mrs. Claude Mercer and Mr. Mercer. Judge J. R. Layman, of Elizabeth- town is here for the term of Circuit Court. Miss Virginia Beard, of Malin, Mo.. came I riday to attend the wedding of her sister, Miss Marv FranWin Beard and Mr. R. A. Reeves. Miss Anna Lee Bishop entertained Tuesday evening, Sept. 30, with a miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss Mary Franklin Beard, who will shortly be the bride of R. A. Reeves. Miss Margaret Rhodes, of Mc- Daniels. is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moorman and baby, of Glen Dean, were the guests of Mr. Moorman's parents, Mr. and Airs. W. K. Moorman, the week-en- d Mrs. J. T. Lewis, of Princeton, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs Fred Shultz and Mr. Shultz. ville, L.UUI3 The Anderson sTl A CU 7 i so painstakingly assembled possess every qualification necessary to identify them as authentic and distinctive. The clientele which this shop serves has so broadened the purchasing and choosing power back of it that there is but seldom a demand we cannot satisfy. With distinctiveness the keynote in the making of these selections we bid you avail yourself of the opportunity of choosing from the splendid assortment. has ever-increasi- MILLINERY DEPARTMENT SECOND FLOOR FRONT I Will You Spend 50c On Save $100? Rat-Sna- p to i But it failed to mention that the agreed price was determined at the request of and in with the Food Administration ! Even the Department of Justice, in its unjust attempt to create prejudice against the packers, has made public these same letters, with no explanation. How long must this kind of misrepresentation continue? In so tar as it is believed, it not only breeds discontent, but results in injustice to our industry. co-operat- ion One 5oc pkg. can kill 50 rats. The average rat will rob you of ?10 a year in feed, chicks and property destruction. RAT-SNA- P is deadly to rats. Cremates after killing. Leaves no smell. Comes in cakes. Rats will pass up meat, grain, cheese to feast on RAT-SNAThree sizes, SAc, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by E. A. Hardesty, Stephensport; B F Beard, c, ;,-.- & Co., Payne & Hardinsburg, and Co., Cloverport. Conrad Party Dresses New, Fall and Winter Frocks tr Street Dresses Aft ernoon Dresses IRVINGTON Mrs. Fred Howard, of Louisville, is visiting John Nevitt and family. Bert Adkins, of Owensboro, spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. "' Adkins. Mrs. Forrest Beauchamp and children, of Louisville, are visiting Mr and Mrs. H. J. Krebs. The funeral of Miss Margaret Carter was held at Mt. Merino, Monday. Miss Ruth Henninger has accepted a position at the Irvington Pharmacy. Rev and Mrs. R. L Sleamaker left Wednesday for Hiseville, where Rev. Sleamaker will take up his new charge. Friends of Miss Susie Wartield are sorry to learn of her serious illness. Miss Mary Henry is visiting friends in Louisville. Mrs. John Ruppert and son, of Bremerton. Wash., are visiting her Mrs. Addie Brown and Miss Mil dred Brown spent Saturday in Webster the guest of Miss Marie Simmons. Mrs. A. T. Adkins and daughter Mabel and Nellie, were in Louisville. Saturday shopping. Mrs. S. V Dowell returned home Friday evening from Cloveroort. af ter spending a week with her mother, Mrs. A M. Hariri Mr. J D. Crews and family. Mrs. John Ruppert and son, spent Sunday in Flagherty, the guests of Charlie llaycroft and family pas-torial Let us send you "Swift Dollar." It will interest you. Address Swift ft Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, 111. Smartly dressed women are finding the Anderson Gown Shop a most satisfactory place in which to select Autumn Frocks and Evening Dresses. Gowns which have vivid dashes of color and sparkling glints of silver and gold here and there. Clever models for street wear of Tricotine, Serge, Tricolette, Satin, Moon Gtoleto. We are prepared to meet the most fastidious demands. Ready Department Second Floor Swift & Company, U. S. A. THIS SHOWS WHAT BECOMES OF AVERAGE DOLLAR th: wn rran n an v RECEIVED FHOM BY 'SWIFT L COMPANY1 SHOOT est I HI SALE Or Ml AT MooUCTt & Wf ANDERSON COMPANY IneuriMjralrd ii UVf AHIMAl Cf NTS TOR o.iHfo and $WW ratios? B. wock-en- d BIG SPRING I Where Courtesy eigns 3o WITH 4 COMPANY S. Kemper, Clarkson and sister. Mrs. OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY of Iuisville. auent th here at 'then home They OCTOBER S, 1119 THE BRECKBNRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE S Sell Your Tobacco M J-TH- at Cloverport! The Cloverport Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse will be ready to receive the PM( erop of tobacco. WATCH PAPER FOR EXACT DATE OF OPENING. Neither pains nor expense have been spared to make this floor the best of its kind. This building is of brick construction, concrete floor with the best of skylights, and has ample floor space. Patronage of all the largest buyers in the Green River District is assured. IS CLOVERPORT LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE J. WALTER BOYLE , Manager. Hobert Butler, of U. S. N. spent last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Butter. Mrs. Jess Gregory, of Eveleigh, is visiting relatives here. Rev. C. L. Bruington delievered a splendid sermon Thursday night at Ephesus from the following text: "If the righteous scarcely be saved where shall the ungodly and sinners appear." Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tucker were in Garfield, Friday. Several Miller, of Mooleyville, for $140. R. Bruner, J. F. Biddle and L. S. Brashear were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Cart, last Sunday. Rev. H J. Blackburn, of Wolfcreek, was the dinner guest of S. J. Bras-hea- r and family, Saturday. Gus Barger, Charlie Barr and Horace Manning motored to Brandenburg on business Saturday. L. S. Brashear and sisters, Misses Lena and Bessie Lee and Vertis Sketo, V. R. Dodson and brother, Claude and Fred and Moorton Barr motored to Shiloh last Saturday night to the pie supper given by the school. Mrs. H. E. Frymire and children William and Anna Hunter, spent the week-en- d with her uncle, Jess Miller, of Sample. H. L. Bruner, of Louisville, is spending several weeks with his family, Mrs. Bruner and daughters, and sowing his wheat. Mrs. J. B. Frymire spent last Wednesday with her son, H. E. Frymire and family. Homer Barr, of Illinois, after spending two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paris Barr, have gone to Louisville, to visit his sister, Mrs. Harry Ellsworth, before returning to Illinois. E. R. Cart has moved his sawmill on H. E. Frymire's farm and will saw a barn and, house pattern. Ernest Geer, of Battletown, spent the week-en- d with Miss Matilda Barger. Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Gibson and baby, of Lodiburg, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace fine citizen Elizabethtown has gained one. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brashear and daughters, and grandson, and Vertis Sketo spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Barger and daughter, Mary Lena. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Frymire, of Ekron passed through here last Sunday in their car enroute to the former's sister, Mrs. Ed Shellman and returned Monday. We are glad to see Mrs. Frymire looking so well. Quite a number from here attended the country fair at Irvington, tiff 6, and 27, pf September, which was a grand success in every way. The school is progressing nicely with Mrs. Cleveland Stewart, of Union Star, as teacher. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dodsoi and baby, Mar Lee, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Parks. Three cheers for Vic Robertson, of Hardinsburg. Wish Breckinridge had a few more men like him. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ashcraft, of Rhodelia, and Mrs. Will Grant and children spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Dodson. Beckham Barger called on Roxie Geer at Battletown, Sunday. L. S. Brashear and R. Bruner motored to Irvington, Saturday night to meet the former's son, Owen C. Bruner, who remained until Sunday evening. Several from here are attending court this week which is in session tending the series of meetings in progress at Garfield. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown is visiting relatives near McQuady. from here have been at- FRYMIRE The farmers of this vicinity are busy sowing wheat. E. R. Cart bought a nag from Tom who is visiting relatives here and at Mr and Mrs. D. D. Dowell. of Friday of Mrs. P. D. Hawkins. Hardinsburg, attended church here Union Star, was fhe dinner guest, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hanks are Mrs. Fonzy Milburn and little guests this week of their daughter, daughter, of Woodrow, are guests of Mrs John Weisenberg and Mr. Weis-enber- their aunt, Mrs. Cora Priest. Rev N. G. Cundiff, of Solway, was Mr. and Mrs. Irvin West, of Corn- here last week and attended the meeters, motored here Friday and were ing. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ramsey. Tabor's property. W. H. LeGrand has bought Will Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Compton, of GARFIELD Hardinsburg, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Smith enter- their daughter, Mrs. I. B. Richardson, tained to dinner Sunday, Mr. and and Mr. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Mattingly, Mrs. Mrs. Tom Dowell, of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. R. A Smith, of Stephens-por- t, Ella Mattingly and Mr. Harold Smith Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Woosley, motored to Louisville, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Payne, of of Caneyville. and Rev E. E. Brajch-er- , Clifton Mills, were guests of hep moof Leitchfield. G. E. Tucker was in Louisville last ther, Mrs. Mary Nicholas, last week. Will Tabor and Taylor Gray are in week. Rev Black, of Harned, was here Louisville. Mr. Wagner, who purchased J. B. Tuesday morning enroute to Wood-roto visit his son, Frank Black, Harrison's farm is building a new house. and Mrs. Black. g. w Mrs. Sudie Oliver. The revival meeting at the Cumberland Presbyterian church is still in progress with Sister Woosley, of Caneyville, as preacher. Everyone is invited to attend each service. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dowell and son, Arthur, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wood. Mrs. Alf Triplet and children, of Luster, are guests of her mother, LODIBURG Miss Jessie May Bruce and brffther, Noah, of Louisville, were the weekend guests of friends at and near Lodiburg. Mrs Grayson Payne visited friends at Irvington, last week. Mrs. J. W. Brown was in Irvington, one day last week having dental work done. Mrs. Henry Gibson was in Brand- ( Continued on Page 6) To the Breckinridge County Boys 1 3 : FOR SALE! 3 White Leghorn Roosters, 2 years old. Price $1.00 each. 12 Parks. Cart happened to a very painE. R. ful accident, one day last week. While cockerels. Price $1.50 each. j BEN M. MILLER, Kirk, Ky. mire has been very successful in his work. William G. Vessells. who has been sawing, a piece of gravel hit him in in the army for some time, is visitthe eye cutting a gash in his eyeball. ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. We regret very much seeing where. Vessells. His many friends hoDe that S W Bassett has changed his ad- he will soon get his honorable disdress from Union Star, to Elizabeth-tow- charge. He was met at Sample by While Union Star, has lost a his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vessells and Connie Nevitt. n. at Hardinsburg. The Trustees election was held at the school house, Saturday. H. E. Frymire was Mr. Fry- 'These Rats Wouldn't Eat My Best, Grain," Says Fred Lamb. ibb Cfir iK..; A.k-j- l. tt.A aW.iE ..a It's hard to keep rats out of a feed store. Tried for years. A neighboring CrA ' ...... DAT. C?IT ATI T . worked wonders. Gathered uo dead rats every morning. Bought more RAT-SNAHaven't a rat now. They wouldn't eat my best grain when I RAT-SNA- P th rew around." Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by E A. Hardesty, Stephensport; Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport; and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardirsb.irg. STEPHENSPORT Fordson Tractor is designed as a two-plomachine and will pull two 14 inch plows in the stiffest soil. It will maintain a drawbar pull of In low gear a drawbar pull of 2500 1800 pounds at plowing speed. The Fordson pounds is w John Murray Parr, of Henderson, guest of his cousin, Castle Dye. Mrs. Jabz Haynes is the guest of relatives at Louisville. Lr Mrs. John Koch and daughter. Hazel, of Tell City, are guests of Mrs Mrs. Koch's father, Phillip Plock. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith were week-enguests of relatives at Garfield, and Hardinsburg. is the d obtained. gallons The fuel consumption varies with conditions; two and one-ha- lf of kerosene per acre being a fair average. The amount of ground plowed also depends on conditions; eight acres in ten hours would Strike an average. BELT PULLEY For stationery work a pulley is fitted on the side horseof the tractor and operated from the engine clutch, twenty-twpower is available at the pulley which runs at 1000 revolutions per minute. The pulley is nine inches in diameter and .uses a This equipment is optional. o .six-inch. W. J. Schopp was in Louisville, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCoy, of Irvington. were week-en- d ffuests of Mr Pand Mrs. A. J. Dye. Oscar Blaine has returned to his home in Tulare, Cal., after spending the summer with relatives here and at Cloverport. Regarding the rumor being circulated, that they are going to discontinue making Fordson Tractors, we want to assure you that this is untrue. Henry P'ord & Son will manufacture approximately 150,000 Tractors this year, which is an increase of about 100,000 over last year. If there is any one man that the people have confidence in, regarding service, it is Mr. Henry Ford. Service made the Ford car what it is today, and the same man will see that the same service is given on Fordson Tractors. Our answer to all rumors, etc, is simply this: "If we can't take a Fordson Tractor and do any work that any other tractor can do, in less time and do it better and more economically, we will expect the prospective purchaser to buy the other tractor. y Mrs. Wm. Dowell, of Union Star, spent the week-en- d with her son, O. W. Dowell and Mrs. Dowell. Mrs. H. J. Rice, of Louisville, was the Sunday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Hawkins Julius Dutschke and son, Fred, and Miss Margaret Dutschke, of Holt, were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. H A. Dutschke. Miss Mabel Shellman left Saturday for Skillman, where she will visit relatives before going to Kansas Mr W. J. Schopp was the weekend guests of Mrs. Ida Nottingham, of Lodiburg. Miss Lyda Hawkins, of Qwensboro, ERNEST DENHAM Hirdlniftur j. Kentucky F. L. CANNON & SON Mc DANIELS. KENTUCKY Authorized distributors of Fordson Tractors for Breckinridge County. LicensedAuctioneer Will cry all tales at a reasonable tee If you need me write. Being imbued with a spirit of thrift and enterprise, and knowing the destiny of our commonwealth is soon to be delivered into your hands, I should like in some way to be instrumental in aiding or encouraging you noble boys to establish your foundation on a business basis. Realizing fully that I am not in a position at this time to assist all of you in this meager way, yet my heart throbs in love for every mother's boy. Some of you will be fortunate enough to enter this contest, others will not be permitted. To those who are not, I wish to impress with the fact that my interests are just as intense, and I will in some way be just as eager to help and encourage as the more fortunate who will be enrolled in this event. My plan is this, I wish to invest $100.00 to be credited to the accounts of twenty farmer boys in Breckinridge county. This will entitle each boy to $5.00. This amount will be placed to your credit in the ' Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Co., and will be a small beginning for you, I wish for you not to value this donation, for its intrinsic value but place upon it my motive, which is purely to help you begin, and encourage you in your business career. The age limit in this contest is for boys 12 years old, and under. You must be boys of farmers living on a farm. It will be for your discretion as to whether you invest this amount or not. The money will be placed to your credit on December, 1st, 1919. On January 1st, 1921, I will pay a premium of $25.00 in gold to the boy who has made the best monthly average of increase to his account, and makes the best total of his credit on date named, Jan. 1st, 1921. This contest is for beginners. Boys who are now blessed with accounts in bank, are not elligible to compete for this prize. I will ask the bank to issue you monthly statements just as they do all patrons of the Institution, this is done, that I may take your measure. 1 want to see a study and uniform growth of your accounts, your efforts, are not to be confined to the revenue of my donation. Your funds may be increased in any way you may secure them, except by gifts from parents or interested friends, I want to encourage thrift, energy and business by self reliance and perserverance. The manner of selecting these twenty boys is as follows: The county is composed of six Magisterial Districts, the first district is entitled to 4 contestants, the second, three ; the third, three ; the fourth, three ; the fifth, three ; the sixth four, making a total of twenty. The applicants are requested to send their names and address plainly written to the Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Co. The time to begin is right now. The books will be closed on November 30th. There will be provided a Ballot Box representing each of the 6 districts. The names of the contestants will be placed in the box of their respective district. On December 1st, after a thorough shaking and mixing of the Ballots, the quotas are drawn from each box, and the accounts are open on the books of the bank in favor of the successful aspirants. I trust each little man in our county will feel at liberty to enter into this contest. I love every one of you, no mark of courtesy from you, could mean more to me than your recognition of my efforts to encou-ag- e you, and aid you in securing for yourselves lives of usefulness upon a plain of highest possible attainment. Fondly and sincerely, VIC ROBERTSON. PACK 4 THE BRKCKENRIDOE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY who invest what they save in some aafe place I em glad to see our school boys and girls have continued during the vacation months to save their money and are buying Thrift and War Savings Stamp), thus laying aside a portion of the money they earn for ome future ptirpoae, and while they are (ontinuing to render some service to their government, they are at the same time providing for their own needs. The habit of earning and saving is a most interesting and happy one. I am sure that this habit has become so fascinating to you that you will continue to earn and to save through all the months and years to come and keep investing what you save in Government securities. It is my personal hope that the lessons of thrift that are being taught in your school may help you to develop in your life permanent habits of saving and thereby lay a foundation for your personal happiness and usefulness and ultimately for a bigger and better America. Sincerely yours, Carter Glass. Each Rest saddle mare and gelding four years old and over J. D Lyddan, premium $12 AO. Second best B W. Carter & Son, premium $7.M. Third best Hubert Lyens, premium Best harness mare or gelding four years old or over J. D. Lyddan, OCTOBER I, lilt The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAQ1, Kdrtor md PwblWwf ISSUED SIGHT PAGES 1876 Saharriptinn price $150 VERY WEDNESDAY 1919 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS SfBSCRIPTION RATES $.0fl Clinr a year; 50c for 4 months, and 5c for each additional insertion Card of 10c per lint. Ohituariea charted for Kxammr thr lahrt on your paprr. K in dvanrr Runincsa t.oralt 10c 75c for (I month of Thanka, ovrr 5 linea, charted for at at the rate of 5c per line, money in it not correct, plcaur notify us premium Ml $12. SO. TURKEY TALK In order to have a fat turkey for Thanksgiving you must fatten it with chicken feed steadily. Second best $7 H. H. Norton, premium Vic Lyons, Third $5.00. best premium NOTICK. TO SI BSf RIBK.RS When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE a Iriend who is not a aubacriher ; do not throw it away or dratroy it. NEWS hand it to Best farm team John N. Akers, premium $10 00. Second best H. H. Norton, premium $5 00. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I 8. 1919 FARM AND STOCK The mule market was active Mon- rlav at Hardinshurg. There were plenty of mules for sale but buyers were slow to take hold at prices, hrarun work on their new home near It will be a five room Garfield on a beautiful location right Ion Wiley's Highway, East of Gar bun-liak- Best draft mare or gelding John N. Akers. premium $5.00. Best farm team, team to count 75 per cent, harness 25 per cent John N Akers, premium $5.0o. Given by the Breckinridge-Ban- k of Clover-por- t. field, ooo H. H. Norton, premium $5.00. Thrift Society in his school, and stim Best bullGiven by G. W. Milburn.D. C. and three cows Mrs. ulate competition between the differHeron, premium $6.00. Given by ent grades in the number of Thrift Parks Pharmacy. Stamps purchased each month. The at from $4 to $10. Fifteen head were are. plan of organization is very simple. Second best B. W. Carter & Son, premium $4.00. sold. ooo Say to your school: "How many pupooo The protracted drouth is causing ils will try to buy at least one Thrift Beef Cattle. Henry Carman, of Custer, sold his the farmers and people in towns a lot Stamp this month or each month of crop of new Burley to G. H. Pile for of extra work hauling water from the school? All who will hold up Best calf under one year old H. H. $.').' Norton, first and second premiums round. He has about 4,000 ponds, creeks and rivers for their your hands. Eject a president and a $5 00 and $2.00 Given by Meade pounds. stock. A lady told us Saturday, that Secretary from among those holding County Deposit Bank. 000 her husband was driving 111 head of up their hands, and name the society J T. Brown sold his crop of new cattle to the river twice a day for then you are ready to begin the con Best cow H. H. Norton, premium $5.00. Burley and dark to Beard Brothers water, test. Ask for card SOS, fill out same Best bull and three cows H. H. for and $11 round. Says he lost ooo and forward it to the Treasury DeNorton, first and second premiums money last year by holding his crop., Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Gardner, of partment in order that your society $.0o. Given by Meade County Deso decided to sell this year for the Stcphensport, have a new baby calf, may be registered. hntt stamps posit Bank. ' first offer, if it was a fair price. 11 baby chicks and 11 baby turkeys to cost 25 cents each and pay 4 per Best group of five cattle beef type imagine. ooo care for. Some job ive cent. H. H. Norton, first and second Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dowell. have premiums $6.00 and $4.00. Given by sold their farm of 264 acres, near Miss Ora Wilson at Tarfork has Irvington Hardware & Implement Guston, to Bennie Dowell, for $4,00o. SCHOOL enrolled nine more pupils that are Company. They will move to Guston. listed in the census. The attendance Best beef any age H. H. Norton, ooo for the first month was 127 per cent first and second premiums. Harrington Brothers, Hites Run, AND of the census, with an average daily Given by Sidney Owen. bought of J. N. Akers, II head short attendance of 41 pupils. B:st display of live stock H. H. horn calves, months old at M perl Norton, premium $20.00. Given by head delivered Nov. 1st. This is said' (Continued From Page 1) We now have fourteen schools H. H. Norton. to be the finest bunch of shorthorns will no doubt be Second best B. W. Carter & Son. in the countv. Mr. Akers said he or more school boys and girls of without teachers, but premium $5.00. Given by W. J. ?his country, I am addressing the cit- - able to supply four or five of these raised them on milk and grass. izenship the business and profes- - schools within the next few days. Piggott. ooo Mr. C. B. Felix; Fordsville. was sional men and women, the producers The County Board of Education at Better Baby Contest. visiting his daughter. Mrs. R. B. Car- - an(1 consumers and the home makers its last meeting made a ruling that Child under one year old Mrs. Gus den and attended the fair of onl a few 'ears hence. The re-Richardson, premium $3.00. Given Irvington. Said it was one of the sponsibility of all the problems of our hereafter It would not contract with by C. L. Winn country will ultimately fall upon you. teachers who quit one school to take best fairs he ever attended. ' The spirit of helpfulness and patriot- - another merely because the other Second best Mrs. Harmon Aldrick, ooo premium $.1.00. Given by C. L. Vivian Fierce, shipped his brother. sm which you displayed during the school may pay more money per Winn. .mien t ierce. Ulen uean. last week a war has proved your fitness for your month. If the change is desirable for Child one and under three Mrs. fine young Hampshire boar. tviture responsibility. Your record in good reasons the County Board "Will Quincy Woosley, premium $3.0o. the production of needed materials be willing to hear the reasons, and if ooo Abe Bryan. Stephensport, is build- during the war. your saving of food it deems the change desireable will Second best Mrs. Clarence Payne, premium $2.00. Given by Quincy ing a new stock barn 11x100 for Jess and money, and your investment in contract with the teacher for the Woosley. L. Moorman, near Glen Dean. Government securities is a record of other school, but we have had too which every American citizen is just- much disregard for contracts on the ooo part of teachers. If a contract with Allen Waggoner has the material on ly proud. Tobacco. the ground for a new home on the It is the earnest desire of vour the County Board is binding upon the (Continued on Page 8) pike near Hites Run. W. L Frank Government that you should continue Board it should be likewise binding Do not leave a tias the frame up for his new home to practice and make permanent tFose upon the teacher. home when completed It will not be same habits of industry and economy, school without consulting with the Pllllllllllllllllllllim Board and then expect the Board to on the pike. It will be a handsome that through your influence and years until this Highway will ample America may soon become a enter into a contract with you for be dotted all along from Cloverport Nation of savers and cease to be a another school when you have just to fiardintburg with beautiful homes wasteful Nation; that this may be a broken a contract with it. and well kept lawns. j Nation of people who always save ooo some part of their earnings, who Most of the new books can now; be Mr anil Mrs I. L. Waggoner have spend money with great care, and obtained and the teacher should use every effort to have the new books in There was a big crowd of farmers in Hardinshurg. Monday, all young mules were in demand, perousand happy and contented. They A. T Heard bought 12 head at $130, were all sober too. thanks to pro-t$.,00 Allen and Forrest Jennings hibition. For over forty years we sold a pair of yearlands for $200 Alf have been attending the first days of Hawkins sold a pair of work mules Circuit court at Hardinshurg, and it for is the first time in our memory that 'we didn't detect not even the odor of ooo Aged horses were in good demand whisky. What a great free people we pros-Goo- d o J Dairy Cattle. Best calf under one year old B. W. Carter & San, first and second premiums $5.00. Given by Henry Gibson. ount, In order to have a tat bank accd, one that means Thanksgiving the year-rounyou must feed it also with "chicken feed" steadily. teacher should organize a Best cow "Chicken feed" dimes, nickels and even pennies will fatten your bank account amaizingly fast. It's remarkable how the little coins pile up into good-size- d deposits. Make your "chicken feed" "talk quarters, j . $-- '0 The Bank That Helps You Help Yourself , 1 The Bank of Hardinshurg & Trust Co. STRONG -- ACCOMMODATING NEWS I VIEWS Hardinshurg. Kentucky ."i NEW OFFERING! $3,000,000 J. C. PENNY COMPANY 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock Company oppratps the largest chuln of department stores of its kind In the world, maintaining 107 stores, extending Into twenty-fiv- e states. PP.ICE 98 AND ACCRUED DIVIDEND TO YIELD Special Circular On Request. at ' T,. 210 S. FIFTH JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. STREET LOUISVILLE j ex-ma- 1 I Do Kentucktaris wtMit th&nd I r v E FALL MERCHANDISE At CALL AND SEE OUR NEW GOODS Lowest Prices tf 1 OC the school as soon as it is possible to do so Much confusion has resulted from the text book situation, but the lost time can be largely regained if parents will promptly purchase books when they are available. (Continued Next Week.) 1 picked , h&nd controlled ovenwPi aa'J' aaa PRIZES AWARDED $2.75 sizes. Pot Men's Good Otm'ity Dress Trousers. In all 4I.ZJ goods brown, and b ack ff 1 Cfl All wool serge Color dress blue, AT COUNTY FAIR. (Continued From Page 1) Men's Hats, a the lat est styles anil shapes and newest shades. $1.48 '"$4.00 TC 4M in and splendid quality cheviot 4. IJU work shirts, extra full Men's "Big Jim" blue The f"'no s Hansen work glove tor railroad men and farmers. Both long and short gauntlet styles. ffl J CO Cfl .pZ.JU $3.50'nd$4.50 i.i 'wtU2 Famous "Iiilliken"shoes brown calf and black vice button or lace. Unioaalia." lines. Www good In navy, maroon, old rose, gray and green. OQp ''er yard for novelty dress "Hansen" work gloves and "l.ee We are agents for the Call and inspect our Golden Rule Store! Cloverport, Ky. Best mule three years (ld and over H. H. Norton, premium $0 00. Giv, en by E. F. Alexander. Second best Tom Lyddan, premium S4 00. Given by E L. Alexander. Best pair work mules H. H. Xorton, premium $8.00. Given by Bank of Hardinshurg and Trust Company. Second best Tom Lyddan. premium 4.00. Given by Bank of Hardins-bur- g and Trust Company. Best three mules three years old and over Tom Lyddan. premium $K.0O. Given by Bank of Hardinshurg and Trust Company. Second best E. E. Board, premiu.ni $.V00. Given by Bank of Hardinshurg and Trust Company. Best Durocs, GOOD FARM r()K SALE 845 acres of land lviiitr 8 mile southeast of Cloverport, kv., and. one mile fioin the Howling (ireen road Good live room dwelling Hnd a new tenant hous. 40 acres in fnm, 40 acres in cultivation. 10 acres in woodland: the 105 acres in pasture Six everlasting springs); OM tobacco Warn, one tobacco and stock barn combined; a new stock Warn pattern Kami lavs well and A barfenced. gain. Call or write J. K KEEN AN, Mattinjrly, Ky ImI-auc- f two-third- s hi One farm of 312 acres, well located in Meade county. Several small farms in Breckinridge county. One splendid residence in Hardinshurg, Ky. One good Piano. Two Organs. Apply to B. V. Carter & Son. premium $S oO. Given by Farmers Bank & Trust Company, Hardinshurg. Second best B W. Carter & Son, premium $4.00. Given by Farmers Hank & Trust Company. Third best B W. Carter & Son, premium $3.00. Given by Farmers Bank & Trust Company. Best boar and two sows, other than Ourocs Ginger Bandy, premium $h 00. Given by Beard Bros. Second best Ginger Bandy, premium $4.00 Given by Beard Bros. Best boar and sow any breed BW. Carter & Son. premium $5.00. Given by T K Blythe Best pair Durocs, under s months H. A. Ater, premium $:i00. Given by C. C. Smith Second best B W Carter & Son, premium $2. 00. Given by C. C. Smith. Best pair other than Durocs Ginger Bandy, premium $3 00. Given by H. H Holt. Best boar any breed B. W. Carter & Son, premium $3.00 Given by C. W. Hawes. l:sow any breed B. W. Carter & Son, premium $5 00 Given by Ed ? McAfee. -i Hogs. boars and two sows It is common knowledge that the Republican Party in Kentucky is a "one man" partysolely in the control of A. T. Hert. It was shown at Lexington where the rank and file of the party were disfranchised of their primary rights and forced to accept a slate already prepared for them. Witness the high handed methods of Searcy, Hert's man "Friday", in his treatment of George W. Jolly of Owensboro who was clearly within his rights in seeking preference at the primary. Witness also the disgraceful primary election in the negro ward in Louisville where the Republicans did not dare let the negroes vote as they wished. 5 Put Morrow in the Governor's chair at Frankfort and Kentucky will be governed irom L.ouisviue. it win De dominated Dy this one man whose m- terest is selfish and whose purpose is clearly to use Kentucky merely as a stepping stone to influence and authority in National politics. Hert will push the button! Searcy will pull the string! And Morrow will do the jumping! j 1 The World Has Just Witnessed the Overthrow of "One-Man- " Rule I A Vote For Governor Black Will Make Kentucky Safe For Popular Government Vote the Democratic Ticket and Vote Ajjen R. Kincheloe, Arty., Hardinshurg, Ky. Sheep. Best buck and two ewes Ginger Bandy, premium $5.00. Given by D. C. Heron. Straight Horses and Marts. 3 SiiiiiiiHiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiui iiiiiiiiiiiifiitiiiiisiiifiiiiiiiittiiiitiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiifiiiiiiiftttuuitaiuiftifts OCTOBER 8, 1919 Be sure and see the THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY demonstration CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS TO ilTwWTTFIIMIIIIIIIll'lwmlinillilni PAGE aaj t- 5 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY. Battered it thr Pout aecond visiting her brother, Mr. John Jennings, and Mrs Jennings. Miss Mary Carter, of Henderson, who has been visiting her brother. Mr H. C. Carter, and Mrs Carter, . returned home last week. GENERAL OFFICES Miss Forrie Hardin, of Holt and NtW YORK AND CHICAGO her niece. Miss Liicile Hardin, of BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Louisville, spent Saturday in Clover-porthe guests of relatives RATES FOR POLITICAL Mr and Mrs. Scott Smart and their little daughter. Miss Louise SmarjL of For Prrcinct and City Officca $ SSO Hitei Ran. were the (Win ror l.ounty Offtcra jmoo and"Mrs. Cleve Miller, guest9 of Mr Sunday For Stair and Oiatrkt Opera. THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE t, of the Detroit Vaper Wicklens Oil Stove at J. H. Brown' store October 15. Cloverport, Ky. Other at Clorrport, Kr. Mrs. Susan Whitehouse has returnclaaa inalirr ed to her home in Stanley. Ky.. after OCTOBER I, lilt n NOTE Plraar notify ttir rdilor drairr advrrtisemrnta diaeontinurd 'There Is a Hat For Every Face This Season Therefore it will not be hard for even the stickler w officii to find she exactly what piv-e- s wants. This shop you a wide range in the prevailing styles. New hats to he received this week. TOfTSAlE'" FOR and liorf. Ky SALE 'I mam and wl nnra - J 2 colta, half IVr-rhnL. Park. I.odi SAI.K FOR Flnr Shrtlan.l ponry. wrll broke to rioV-J Sraton. (Urn Dran. Ky. FOR A fplendid hvir. rooma an'i SAI.K two lota on thr Hill. For pricr and parti( A CompMn. cular, aak or writr quick I'lnvrrport. Ky A The unmistakable "class1 of a Born-Tailored FOR SALE SAI.K--Coo- ' Cast corn ahrrddrr firat clM coiaHlttiin, chrap for ca.h nr (food notr Stallman Brother.. ( hrnault. Ky FOR 2 yrar old mnlr. or will Iradr for caltlr Thoa Flood. Holt, Ky. 1. I. C. OA suit or overcoat deep hon- - Mr. William B. Long, of Nashville, Tenn., has been the guest of his uncle, Mr. D. S. Burks and Mrs. in Burks, of Addison, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Donaldson, of STARK-LOWMACO. Bowling Green, motored here Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Donaldson's Louisville Representatives parents, Mr. and Mrs John C. Jar- V hoe. Mrs. J W. Matthews, who has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. T. Owen, for two months, returned Thursday to her home in Dallas;, Texas. Miss Donna Ross and brother, Joe Ross, of Parkersburg, W. Va., ar- rived Sunday evening for a visit with their uncle, Mr. John Ross, and Mrs. Ross. Messrs Horace and Mike Tucker Mrs. Frank Mattingly was in Louisleft last week on a motor trip through ville, Monday, shopping. fiss Evelyn Hicks went to Louis- the Southern States. They expect to visit their aunt, Mrs. E. A. Blaine in ville, Tuesday on business. Florida. E. T. Lawrence, Louisville, was the Dr. Mitchell and Mrs. Mitchell, guest of Mr L. C. Taul, Thursday. Mrs. Ollie Lewis, of Sedalia, Mo., Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Sallie Brown, of motored to Cloverport, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Hawesville, Saturday evening and were the guests Mrs. Wm. Hall. of friends. Mrs. Stanley Jones, of Louisville, Mr.Jo hn W. Vest of Los Angeles, has been the guest of her parents, Mr. Cal., who has been spending two and Mrs. Graham Jolly. weeks in Kansas City. Mo., arrived Elmer Hoffious, of West Point, Ky. in Louisville, last week for an indespent Sunday with his parents, Mr. finite stay. and Mrs. Wm. Hoffious. Mrs. W. G. who lives Miss Celestine Cody, of Norfork, on the Hill, has Pumphrey. been ill for the past Va., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Miss Margaret Wroe and her sister, Roy Mattingly, and Mr. Mattingly. Miss Eva Wroe were in Louisville, Mrs. Ernest Gregory spent the Monday, shopping. week-en- d in Louisville with her son, Mrs. Bessie Dunn and baby girl, Mr. Eddie Gregory and Mrs. Gre- have returned to their home in gory. after spending two weeks Mrs. J. J. Baucum, of Louisville, with Mrs. Dunn's uncle and aunt, Mr. was here Sunday the guest of her and Mrs. Lon Dunn. son, Dr. Jesse Baucum, and Mrs. Mrs. R. W. Brown, of Warsaw, Ky., Baucum. is visiting in this city with her sister, Miss Eva May and Miss Eliza May Mrs. Leon McGavock. and Mr. spent the week-en- d in Owensboro, and in Skillman with her the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. mother. Mrs. Addie Ireland. Breidenbach. Mrs. Brandon Mitchell and childMr. Henry W. Haynes, of Allen-hurs- t, ren, Jennie Carroll and Robert MitN. Y., is the guest of his cou- chell, returned to their home in Reeds, sins, Mrs. Frank Fraize and Miss Ky., after a visit with Mrs. Mitchell's Jane Warfield. parents, Mr and Mrs. John Jenniugs. id N For Calla, per linr For Carda. per linr For all Pulilicalinna in thr intrrc.t of individuals or rxprraainn of individal viewa. prr line... .10 FOB SAl.F. Flnr Dmm gilt, and weanling piga, lioih arara I'rdifrtca fumialird Mra Mattirarly . The Cattle, Cloverport, Frank Ky. FOR x room My home in Kin, wood. Ky. SALF. hnuar, wrll of finr walrr. nrw liarn, lota of fruit. Art quickly for bargain ('. A. (ialloway. Kinjf.wnod, Ky WANTED WANTED TENANT. WANTED A truant on a farm with family, to work on thr .harra, or for wagra. Ouincy Wooalcy, Wrlntrr. Ky. IIIPM IHIf I Interesting vaiue in woolens and workmanship insure lasting style, shape and Personal Mention cMiss Ebelyn Hicks MILLlNETi ; Cloterport, Ky. WANTED A tenant for my farm lying rrar Cutter in Breckinridge county. Kv good ground, good flounr and in good community, good allow for a crop anil will givr good contract, will furniah tram and tool to right man. Tenant must hur a working forcr of two Or morr h:,nl .Vldrraa mr flrrcndalr. Fajrrttr County Kent tacky, I. W. Trrnt. . 'j I FOR RENT Mrs. E. N. Morrison and Mrs. Joe Morrison, of this city, Mrs. Homer Morrison and daughter, of Sedalia, Mo., spent Tuesday in Lewisport. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Butcher. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt and son, Leonard, and Miss Lillian in Louisville, Polk spent the week-en- d where they were met by Mr. Forrest Dryden Weatherholt, from Lexington. Mr. Ira D. Behen has returned from the East after a short stay, having placed his son, Ira Thompson Behen in The Training School at Vineland. Vineland, New Jersey, for special Mrs. Will McCracken and Mrs. Fred Whitehouse were in Louisville, Friday and Saturday to attend the graduation exercises of Miss Mabel , 1,,. ( 'I , B. 'm 'i HUM! I, I, MM ,IIV .11. a 11,11 .IV Mary's and Elizabeth's Hospital. Mrs. Homer Morrison and daughter, Miss LaHoma Morrison, are guests of Mr. Morrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morrison. Mrs. Morrison and daughter will lea aturay tor tneir Home in eoalia. . , FARM Ky. trrn acre, FOR improvrmrnta. KENT One hundred and nix of river bottom land with good Mrs. Hannah Hardin, Holt, Get Your Order In Now For THANKSGIVING Chambliss and Mrs Miller Ferry entertained on Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Oelze in honor of C. H. S. boys and girls, who won the game from the B. C. H. S. team in Saturday. Sept. 28. The members of the younger set were invited to join in with the victorious players in celebration of their .acheivements. JK C. NOLTE & BRO. j Cloverport, Kentucky RESOLUTIONS. Whereas our Heavenly Father saw from our midst, Mrs Adele Hambleton. the vice president of our society we here within sorrow express the loss we have sustained. "Our little hand is marching by tit to remove Building Material Flooring, Ceiling, Roofing, Siding, Finishing Boards, Moldings, Porch Posts, Porch Brackets, Ventilators, House Paint, Roof Paint, Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes, Stains, Door locks, Door Hinges, Nails, Strap Hinges. ' k. Mo. Fashions That Are Refreshingly Youthful Are found this season in the coat suits, coats, dresses and hats. The coat suits are attractively designed with belts, and A jaunty flare to the coat, becoming to the average figure. patch-pockets. hut-ton- s, Miss Margaret Skillman went to Louisville, Sunday afternoon to be at the home of her brother, Mr. James Skillman during Mrs. Skillman ii absence in Owensboro, where she was called on account of illness in her family. Rev J. K. Randolph. Mrs. Randolph and son, James Richardson and their adopted daughter. Miss Anna Mav Hall, arrived Saturday from Sturgis, to make this their home during Rev. Randolph's pastorate, at the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kskridge and Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Pate, of Cloverport passed through the city, Monday enroute home from Owensboro, where they had been visiting relatives. They attended the funeral of Joseph Kskridge at Fordsville, Sunday. Hawesville Clarion. In my new stock of hats there are shapes that will suit the oldest and the youngest. Society Items Of Local Interest Farewell Supper for Messrs. Morrison and Hoffious. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoffiious gave a supper at their home in the West End on Thursday evening for their son, Elmer Hoffious, who has gone to West Point to accept a position and for Joe D. Morrison, who" has also left home for Sedalia, Mo., to work for the railroad in that city. The invited guests in eluded the intimate friends of the young men. ooo J ; copy be sent to the family and one to The Breckenridge News for pub lication. "Earth to earth and dust to dust Calmly now the words we say. Left behind we wait in trust 'Till the ressurrection morn, Father in thy gracious keeping Leave we now thy servant sleeping.' Missionary Society of the Presbvterian church questioned Resolvid: resolutions Ah! we must live and we must die, God grant that their mantle may on us fall As thev answer 'Here,' to the last roll' call." Mrs Hambleton united with the btircli in early life and proved an She was one that efnbient member. emphivizcrl rare christian qualities in the honieand church, was a lite long reader of ragr church paper and held fast to the Tundair.cn tal statements of the bible ask. the only infallible rule.', of fait!'. andS .practice. She was deeply interested in. ever branch of the church. Therefor"; be it resolved: She will be missedxby each and every member of the Sunday school, the prayer meeting and the church. Reso' ed : That we extend our symp; thy to the bereaved family and at last with one accord we bow sub missively to the will of our Heavenly Father, whose rulings are not to be Farming Implements Wagons, Buggies, Surreys, Rubber and Steel Tire, Disc Harrows, Sulky Plows, Riding and Walking Cultivators, One row and two row Corn Planters. i.UL A general line of Hardware and Furniture, Iron Beds, Rockers, Majestic Ranges, Moore Ranges, i l That a copy of these' be read at our society, a Moore's Airtight Heaters, Heating Stoves, Large Rugs, Linoleum, Dinning Chairs, Queensware. Four separate departments. Come to see us. We can please you in quality. Prices right. Fordsville Planing Mill Company. Manager, Fordsville, Ky. B nm:"i. i 'iit (ashions--. my place of ready-to-we- ar and see the fall Benjamin Franklin said: "It is easier to suppress the first desire than to satisfy all that follow it." Put That unnecessary experience into W. S. JAKE WILSON, ZMrs. Ethel O. Hills Cloverport, Kentucky ' Lincoln Savings Bank & Will Entertain Members Of Sunday School Class Mrs. David B. Phelps has issued invitations to the members of her class for an informal at her home in the Kast End on Friday evening. The class is organized and composed of young Sunday-school Trust Company Fourth and Market Streets BUSHMAN THEATRE is CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Louisville. :- -: Kentucky PRESENTS who . have taken up for the .I . . r .I i ncorevv peo- wiiiier ine siuuy 01 inc ti.L pie. WORM I) . Paramount Artcraft Pictures Every TUESDAY and THURSDAY ooo Wednesday Club Will Open October IS. The opening meeting for the winter of the Wednesday club will be Wednesday, October 1H, when Mrs. J. Byrne Severs will be hostess. "The Club has added to its membership this year, Mrs. Paul Lewis, Mrs. Eldred A. Babbage. Mrs. Carl Brit-tai- n and Miss Bertie Cordrey. ooo Showing DOUGLAS We live todav in ho of specialists. Id all husines there are those wbn have nen to their present dominance liecause of yeais of experience and study. More especially The management of this hank is in the banking tmsiness. hy men only of this class who have made a succe.-.-i- n handled their lines and ate especially qualified to handle your Banking and Trust business, and on this basis we solicit your patronage. FAIRBANKS RAY MARY PICKFORD MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE semi-annuall- SYSTEM. CHARLES WILLIAM WALLACE S. HART MARGUERITE CLARK REID Musical Given At Addison for Miss Rhodes. The young people of Addison and the surrounding community were, entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Rhodes on Tuesday evening in honor of their daughter, Miss l'raficei Rhodes, who left for Louisville, Thursday, where she will visit her sister. Mrs R. S. Crews, and Mr. Crews, before accepting a position in that city with the Retails Merchants High class live per cent first mortgage real estate bonds for sale, interest paid Metro Pictures Every SATURDAY Showing BERT LYTELL, EDITH STOREY, MAY ALU SON OFFICERS P J HOHNH, Treasurer V. J. BCLL KIT, President BKKMIKIM, Vice President PAUL COMPTON, Secretary I P I. ATHEKTON, Vice I'resi.lcnt J. F. EISKNB1US, Asst. Sec'y R. S K A PI KR, Assistant Trexsurer 7:15 p. m. - TWO SHOWS 11c 8:45 p. m. C I R Aley DIRECTORS Athertou P. L, Chas. Heusingrr C. B. Claggett J. C Hero Association ADMISSION. and 22c ooo ELDRKD BABBAGE ORCHESTRA Winning Basket Ball Team Honored With A Party. Miss Mary Owen Oelze, Miss Ruth i Heriiheim Wood Crsdv T. J Humphreys H V. J Bulleit W Pratt Dale VV Hume Logan Frank Miller PAGE THE BRKCKENRIDOK NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY KENTUCKY'S SAVINO CERTIFICATE QUOTA PLACE AT 1, 00,00.00. Louisville, Ky, Sept. 17. James Brown state director of the Savings Division War Loan Organization of Kentucky, has received a telegram from the Eighth Federal Reserve Dis-- 1 trict of St. Louis, fixing Kentucky' quota at $l,A00,o0fl, to be sold in treasury saving certificates for the re-- 1 mainder of the year. This quota does not include the sale of the war saving stamps. Reports received at State headquar-er- s show that nearly $223,000 in certificates already have been sold by OCTOBER Public Sale Personal Property one-year-old SAYS EFFORTS LIKE THOSE OF DROWNING MAN Took Medicines As Victim Grabs At Straw, Cromwell Says Trutona Brings Needed Aid. Look Me In the Eye And I will tall you Just what your ye trouble la and supply you with the glass ea you should have. Consultation Frae. TKt OptomtiriM With Wednesday. Oct. 15; 10 o'clock a. m. Wo will proceed to offer at public sale the following: 220 acres of land with six room dwelling, kmxI stock barn, one large tobacco barn and all necessary out buildings. This place is known as the Hob Harlow farm 4 miles northwest of (lien Dean, on the (Men Dean and Cloverport road. This farm will be sold in two tracts and then will be sold as a whole. The land is in good condition. Any one desiring to look at it can come at any time. L. Huber & Sons, Louisvll e, Ky. At 648 South Fourth Avenue Two good mare mules. 1) and 11 years old: .1 good work mares, from bay horse colt, to 11 years old; 1 1 extra good milch cow, 5 head of hogs, weigh about 12f pounds each ; 1 wagon, 1 buggy, 1 walking plow, 1 sulky plow, 1 double shovel plow. 1 corn drill, a lot of harness, a lot of corn and hay. some household furniture and other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. T. P. NALLY and E. F. ULRICH 6LEN DEAN, KENTUCKY For Sale! MY FARM 2 Miles South East of Hardinsburg, FIRST TRACT: The first tract has 150 acres some level, some rolling, all tillable, strong limestone land, has a good two story residence of rooms and two halls, a stock barn, tobacco barn, other necessary out buildings. A large orchard all trees bearing, plenty of stock water the year around. SECOND TRACT: The second tract which joins the first has 90 acres, a good four room house on the Leitchfield road xi miles from Hardinsburg, this land is all level and tillable. Some woodland. There is no rough land on either tract. This is near the new Federal Highway. Ky., ding's Drug Store; in Hardinsburg, at F. S. Kincheloe's Drug Store; in Irvington at Park's Pharmacy. Paducah. Ky, Oct 7, 1919 " ut as a drowning man grabs at a straw, Treasury Department representatjyes. so have I been trying every new medicine I heard of in an effort to get relief from long standing troubles; and the search has not been in vain, for I have found simply marvelous relief in Trutona." J. S Cromwell, a prominent Paducah business man of 312 Jackson street, said recently. "I've had liver trouble for a long time," he continued, "and last March I had an infection which left me in I had a bad a terrible condition. cough. Constipation bothered me al-- I most continually and I usually felt of tired and worn out. If I leaned over for any length of time I would be come dizzy when I d raise up. ' To he the Bett Concern "I simply feel like a man made over the Squarent Concern in My again, since taking Trutona. regularity bowels act with clock-lik- e now, the dizzy spells have ceased to is occur and the former terrible cough is 100 per cent improved. And Trutona has restored my old time 'pep', too. I can't say too much in favor of Trutona and I feel it my duty to tell the public as it may be the means of some other sufferer gaining relief. Trutona has helped me where other medicines failed and I'm glad to recommend it." Trutona is now being explained and introduced in Cloverport, at Wed- The Square Deal is Born and Bred Into Fisk Tires Fisk Tires there's a concern whose Back one ideal is: in the World to Work for and Existence to do Butt net with." It that spirit of doing the that backing square thing that puts into Fisk Tires the extra miles and the complete satisfaction in using them. Next Time BUY FISK For Sale By All Dealers Ti.."V'tirr .... ruto NOTES FROM THE COUNTY (Continued From Page 3) enburg, last week, shopping. Miss Willie May Deacon, returned home last week after a month's visit with friends at Wolfcreek and Brandenburg. Mrs. Jonnie Bruner and baby, Roy L, and Mrs. Ginger Bandy and baby, Thelma Lee, of Custer, were guests of their cousin, Mrs. Grayson Payne, last week. Miss Annie Keys visited her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dutschke, of Elizabethtown, last week. Several from here attended the ice cream supper at Mr. and Mrs. Charlie All Avitt's, last Saturday evening. reported a fine time. J. W. Brown raised tomatoes this year that weighed over two pounds Sap Burt, can you beat that? Mrs. Schopp, Stephensport, visited Mrs. Ida Nottingham, Saturday and Sunday. Charlie Payne, Louisville, spent last Saturday and Sunday with his family. J. H. Avitt, H. W. West, Wm. Keys and Roscoe Deacon, were in Louisville, last week selling their tobacco for which they received good prices. Mrs. Belle Fitch, Cloverport, visited her brother, A. J. Keys, and Mrs. Keys, last week. Miss Annie Keys has bought her a nice buggy. A young widower near by says he has a very nice horse that between Hartford and Leitchfield Roads TTHlRaEiS MRS. LEWIS PAYNE HARDINSBURG. KY., R. F. D. No. 1 Public Speaking! AT THE Court House at 1 in Hardinsburg, Ky. on October 13th, 1919, O'clock p. m. Hon. Frank E. Daugherty, Democratic Candidate for Attorney General, and Hon. Mat S. Cohen, Democratic Candidate for Secretary of State, will speak at Hardinsburg on Monday, the 13th day of October, 1919, at one o'clock p. m. W. Brown, last Sunday. Misses Ruby and Eva Payne attended church at Clifton Mills, last Sunday and were the dinner guests of the Misses Parks. Miss Louella Black visited her mother, Mrs. Rhodes and Mr. Rhodes, of Raymond, last Saturday and Sunday and attended the ice cream supper at Charlie Avitt's on Saturday evening. Misses Varder Robertson and Jessie May Bruce were the guests of Misses Delia and Willie May Deacon, last Sunday. Bill Shellman Frymire has bought a fine $80.00 buggy. The social given by Misses Delia and Willie May Deacon on last Friday evening was a grand success. A large crowd was present and all seemed to enjoy themselves fine. work in it alright. Walnut Grove church has called Rev. J. B. Hutchison, of Elizabeth-towto preach for them another year. Mrs. Jack Tindall and son, Jasper, and Miss Lorena Tindall visited Mr. and Mrs. Solemon Hanks, Stephens-porlast Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Norton, Mrs. Fannie and Mrs. Nap Robertson, were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. will t, n apy ggsjsspssssis Look I Here la the globe spread out your eyes. See those stars? shows where a U. 8. Navy ship September 2nd, 1919. The Navy Seven Seas. flat be- Every was on travels Don't you want to see the World? TOMANCE it calling to you! Jam Strange and smiling foreign lands are beckoning to you. Shove off and see the world I Learn to "parlcy-voo- " bull-fights the hard-playin- red-bloode- d, hard-workin- g, g men of the U. S. Navy. Pay begins the day you join. On board ship a man is always learning. Trade schools develop skill, industry and business ability. Thirty daye care-fre- e holiday each year with full pay. The food is good. First uniform outfit is furnished free. Promotion is unlimited for men of brains. You can enlist for two years and come out broader, stronger and abler. Join the U. S. Navy. you're between 17 and 35 go to If the nearest recruiting station for all the details. If you don't know where it is ask your postmaster. Shove off in gay Everybody is Invited to Hear These Gentlemen (Signed:) Where There's a Baby On Farm Keep Rat-Snap. Paree. See the Panama. See beach of WaikUd. in on the surf-ridin- g Campaign Committee. SERVICE' The "Prudent Man" Protects His Home With a Bank Account Money PILED UP in the bank is the one sure Drotection ayainst the storms of adversity. No man who has a home and family should en- u danger the security of his home or the comfort of rj his, family should he be taken away from them. r ik' rm I k Kris .i DUNK will Dest insure the MUINCI IPi comfort of a man's wife and children. As you earn money bank it regularly and make your family independent. 7 s- Rats are on most farms. Once they get inside the house look out. Rats kill infants biting them is not unusual. Nursing bottles attract rats. Brake a cake of RAT-SNA- P and throw it around It will surely rid you of rats and mice. Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1 00. Sold and guaranteed by E. A. Hardesty, Stephensport, Conrad Payne & Co, Goverport, and B. F. Beard &. Co, Hardinsburg. Learn the lure that comes with the swish and swirl of the good salt sea. Eat well free; dress well free ; and look em all straight in the eye British, free ; sleep clean B.A.THOMAS' Stock Remedy French, Chinese, Japanese, Spaniards, Egyptians, Algerians and all manner of people. Come! Be a real man of the world. See the world. See it with m int ii FIRST STATE BANK Irvlnflton, Ky. PROGRESS For Horses, Cattle and Sheep OLD KENTUCKY MFG. For Sale By CO, Ik.. WETHINQTON all good dealers Q. Ky. Imk.and Shove off f - Join the U. S . Navy OCTOBER S, lilt THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY COUNTY COURT mm, tut Mr-,'- " TAKES ACTION ON FEDERAL ROAD Votes To Guarantee The Payment Of Subscriptions For Highway. H1jL I- .-T R0LLR 00FINGS Mora Lasting More SeauHfu better August 27, 1910 for the purpose of than in ovary way taking the necessary action relative to the finance of the Federal highway through the county and other busiThe man who wants the ness that may regularly come before But 15 cento the said court. Present Hon. S. 0. best quality that can anyPayne, P. J. B. C. and the following where be obtained in roll named Justices of the Peace, hsq. roofing should buy Lastile. McCoy, Kecnan, Bennett, Heron and Howard. The wool felt used in Las-til- e "I'm,. In Re Federal Highway: is made in Carey's own & Whereas, the Fiscal Court of "...... .. Breckinridge county, Ky., is now denull by machinery sirous of constructing a Federal Aid specially to produce better Road in said county from the Meade roofing felt. county line, to the Hancock county JNClNMAf (K Actual SU.) line, via Irvington, Gat field, Harned, The asphalt used is the Hardinsburg and Clovcrport. And whereas, the said road will not greatest waterproofing mabe finally designated as a Federal Aid terial ever known. Road, until Breckinridge county makes provisions in advance to pay for The surface is genuine the county's part, of the cost of crushed slate in the natural red building said Federal Aid Road and, , or green color. Of course slate Whereas, the estimated cost of the Federal Aid Road through Breckinwon't burn, that helps to make ridge county is $500,000.00 and the Lastile more The county's part of said estimate is color of the slate never fades and, Whereas, the city of and the surface never requires paint. There's both honest-to-Jo- hn Tobacco Louisville, has promised and agreed beauty and economy. to contribute to the construction of -for spin e said Federal Highway through Fire underwriters give Lastile a good rating. Concounty the sum of $50,0o0.00 lolly pops? tractors find it inexpensive to apply. Owners find it and it appearing that the following been have durable and the cheapest in the long run. amounts subscribed through and with the following i Velvet way. fooled Consult U3 about Lastile and other Carey Building Banks: The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Materials. t Co., Hardinsburg, Ky., There is relied on subscribed $58,815.00 which is to be Carey Building Materials knee-high grasshopper. since paid through the Bank of Hardinsp p Asphalt Pitch Roofs Roofs Asphilt Asbestos burg & Trust Co., of that amount Feitex Asphalt Felts WaJJbosrd Fibcrock Asbestos Felts there is now on deposit in cash Roofing Paints Corap'ds Asfakslate Shingles wonof bred in old in notes, $50,005.00. Roll Roofings Insulating Papers Fibre Coating for Roofs 75 per cent, or $37,505.00 of which Carey Flexible Cement Roofing Elaslite Expansion Joint Asbestos Materials derland of Tobacco. is regarded by the bank as being guilt Magnesia Pipe and Boiler Cerorings 5 edged bankeable and in the opinion of the bank in excess of 90 per cent, come, it open aii; cured in will be collected. There have been P.. subscribed $4,555.00 which as yet has good ole sunshine. Yes sir not been converted into negotiable JAS. M . LEWIS, Proprietor notes, payable to said bank, most of Lumbsr and Building Material. Office and Mill nsar which is regarded as collectible. Depot, Cloverport, Ky. Breckinridge-Ban- k of Cloverport, gentled along by its lonesome Cloverport, Ky. There has been subIB years, while it of scribed through said Bank a total of $31,484 0o of which there has been over decided to no qualities. paid in cash, which is now on deposit in said bank, $13,720.00. There are y Makes Hens Pay An now notes payable to said bank for I I in wooden hogsheads GCA-DAY HEN TOWC" DOES IT said purpose amounting to $16,227.00, Guaranteed to produce eggs. If not sallnfai tory In 90 per centN or $14,604.00 is regafded packed in red tin see 'JO days your money refunded. Get a 7V package Dy said bank as being gilt edged today and start your Hock on a paying baIs lm- color blind everywhere, if mediately. bankable paper and the greater part HEN T ONIC If your dealer hasn't of the remaining $1,623.00 will prohope send his name and 75c direct to ua for a trial .., . T .,- -bably be collected. There has been package. PACKAGE v. subscribed through said bank which THE PROGRESSIVE MFG. CO. urn like run is tan cm Louisville. Kx. has not yet been converted into notes m iHr.seu lui.twrt iihhou. etc. MtrttTifeTi 600 W. Walnut St. ' . Joe says: $1,537.00 making a total as above set out of $31,484 00. First State Bank, Irvington. Kv. There has been subscribed through You the First State Bank. Irvineton. Kv.. NEW MERCHANDISE Of Cattle and Hog Breeders the sum of $35,255.00 and in the opin9t ion of the officers of said bank there Chicken Raisers, Live Stock will be 9o per cent of 431,460, which RECEIVED and Tobacco Dealers of is absolutely good and valuable. There is $300.00 subscribed which has Breckinridge County "'st seems pickayune' price, not been converted into notes, after A good line of ' deducting 90 per cent, there remains all ' $3,495.00 the greater part of which ty Hall Stock Farm will probably be collected making a total subscribed through said bank as Glen Dean, Ky. Sevsral bolts ol 'of of you Can more set out above, $35,225.00. i Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China dime or better for The Farmers Bank & Trust Co., nickel? Arid for Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. HampHardinsburg, Ky. There has been 45 mellow ciga-rettef- uls cigarette smokers shire Sheep. subscribed through the Farmers Bank & Trust Co., a total amount of $22,Have won 1000 Ribbons at Stale Fatra la in every Velvet tin. 494.00 of this there has been converPait Five Yean h, ted into notes payable to said bank the sum of $19,480.00 of this there has will be glad to Velvet ' you been converted into notes payable to ' W. B. GARDNER Valley Home day. the said bank the sum of $19,480 00 in , W. J. OWEN & S8H, Ptojiiioti SUphenjport, Ky. the opinion of said bany 75 per cent. or $14,600.00 of said notes are gilt Hardinsburg, Ky., Rotlt i edge bankable paper and it is believed Poland China Hogs a Specialty that more thanSo per cent, of the Polled Durham Cattle remainder can be collected. This the payment and collection of said leaves a balance of 53,010.00 which subscriptions and the full and finjil has been subscribed but which has payment of the county's quota of FARMS not yet been converted into Motss, said Federal Highway, through said THE HOWARD W payable to the bank. This givej a COulily, The vote being taken result J. M. HOWARD ft SON, Prop. total amount subscribed through the ed as follows: Shorthorn and Polled Catle Roam Sultan, s bank as set out above, of $22,400.00, t Sultan, heads the herd. 1st, District, absent; 2nd, District, ton of Duroc The Cashier's of the 'foregoing Nay: 3rd. District, Yea: 4th, District, herd. Hogs, Sprague Defender heads tha bank have this day certified to this Yea; 5th District, Ycaj 6th, District, Younz stock for Sale at all times. court the above facts. It will pay you to visit our farms. Yea. This gives a grand total as subsOn motion duly made seconded Glen Dean, Ky. cribed in said county of $148,038 00 and carried it is ordered that Mr. in addition to the $30,0o0.00 which is Geo. E. Bess and W. S. Ball be' and expected from the city of Louisville. they are hereby appointed to bear the It is therefore ordered by the Fis- foregoing order to the state road Hardinsburg, Ky. cal court, of Breckinridge county that commissioner Mr. Rodman Wiley, for there will be and' there is hereby set his approval and acceptance. Dealer in aside out of the Road Tax Fund, of Whereas, at a term of court held on LIVE STOCK AND the First, Second and Fourth Magis- the 9th day of April, 1010 an order terial Districts the sum of $0,000 our was entered appropriating the sum of TOBACCO of the levy for the year 1910, sum $900 to supplement the sum approequally as inquisitive S. C, passed here recently enroute to of $6,000 for the year 1020, the Uncle Sam is UNCLE HAS MANIFOLD and ADVANTAGES. and gets the information he wants, Bishopville, S. C, to preach for the sum of $0,000 for the year 1021, to the priated by the Federal Government be for county Agent Joe W. Harth's too. Fall River Globe. Rev. Hannaham. He is also proprie- used in the event the total amount of salary and whereas, on this day Hardinsburg, Ky. Noting that this year's California tor of a first class boarding- house at said subscriptions as above set out comes, the said Joe W, Harth, and should not be paid. Dealer in growers FEEDING BOTH THE tenders to this court, his resignation Tstisin crop will bring the SOUL AND THE BODY. 429 Main 'street, Mullins. Florence 4&AMAAnn tli. Rnatntr nirtfiA ntf? And it is further ordered that his and same being accepted, and coTnes s Horses, Mules, Fine Sad- in so far as same be legally the anhas been J"Whatproduct the value of wines?"- The Rev. I. G. Gerald, of Mullins,1 correspondence in the Richmond court hereby, undertakesmay guarantee Mr. Loy,' the county agent, as re- die and Harness Horses. Planet. done to of California commended by the Federal GovernE, 'WUVrt It will pay you to visit my Stables ment. Now on motion it is ordered that the said sum be paid to Mr, Loy for services as county agent, to fill out 3 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS WX ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN the unexpired term of Jos, W. Harth, G. N. Lyddan beginning Sept. 1st, 1010. The vote being taken resulted as FARMER AND FEEDER follows: 1st, District, absent; 2nd, BRECKINRIDGE-BAN- K District, Yea; 3rd, District, Yea; 4th, Irvington, Ky. District, Yea; 5th, District, Yea; 6th. District, Yea. In Re County Road Engineer. WEBSTER STOCK FARM On motion duly made, seconded H. M, NORTON, Owbm and carried it is ordered that the appointment by Judge S. B. Payne Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in PAUL LEWIS, CaahUr BOWNK, PmUnt and W, S. Ball, who were at a previous term of this' court, designated All Kinds of Livestock. 15c SA Not 16 cento or 17 cento At a call term of the Breckinridge Fiscal court, called and held in and for Breckinridge county at the court house in Hardinsburg on Wednesday, LASTLE ' cheap roll roofings. Koorii iinr'4 I, 'NoiafisS built Wfta? the TXTHY take -- use.Folks-WhatstheUs- e! g. $201,-000.- 00 V mature grew us "alland' then ,tne,beans'by messing it up with isn't with that Velvetihas just naturally to a It was First that Sreck-inrdig- Nature Btnh-U- Biclt-U- it was Kentucky, the 0, Dimp-Proofi- was 'Next right out with the it was and Cloverport Planing Mill THEN things just kind thought have bad After these two years it was thejolly you're not you're not you and we . rr.G5 Egg-a-Da- 75c V As Velvet i I' "EOO-A-DA- "The way Nature does things is best for can 't fool Nature man and his tobacco. an ' she wpn fool you, ' DIRECTORY , FIFTEEN cents after a that? Children's Hosiery ji think, right and a a there are right anything '.q Attractive, Ginghams Staple, and Fancy Groceries Planters .. -. i this very sure meet Stock Farm w 0jy&&&Au.( ft White-hal- --the friendly tobacco BEARD BROS. C. V. High-Clas- Robertson - r PARK PLACE OF CLOVERPORT rvrt SECURITY. SERVICE -- CONTENTMENT (Cw4 m Pfc t) W tMViC i JWi PAGE 8 Hay of entered and orders directing certain steps to be taken lookins to the building or onstrurtion of a bridge over Rough t reek near Hornhack Mill on the line between Grayson and Breck- inridgc county Now on motion duly made, seconded and carried, it is or- dered, determined and adjudged by this court, the Fiscal court, of Gray- S(,n ""nty having on August 5th, 191H enteredan order agreeing and ( oncurring that said bridge is not ncc- essary or justified considering the high of Ubor and ma,eria. hc 1 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY TAKES ACTION bad condition of the roads and lack Best pint lima beans Mrs J. B. GibPERMANENT DENTIST PRESCRIP of funds available, for said purpose son, premium. in both rnnnti and thr fftrfher orA Second best Mrs. B. W. Csrter. greater reason that the coat of said TIONS WERE FILLED Best pound qf butter Mrs. J. B, Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON proposed bridge is out of all propor- Gibson, premium Office tion to the service it would render to B Mrs. BEFORE WAS Second best honey J. Mrs. Hottell. the public generally or community in MASONIC BUILDING Best bowl of J. W. Ater which it is to be located therefore, premium. Hardinsburg, Ky. all orders heretofore entered, per- DISCOVERED Oldest man on the ground Mr. John taining to the construction of said Bennett, of Custer. J C Mendenhall. Evansville, Ind. bridge are now set aside, recinded, SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS abrogated and held for naught, and it spent 40 years in the drug business. Oldest woman Mrs. Emm Holt over lOO.Ooo prescrip is ordered that the rlerk of this court compounded certify to a copy of this order to the tions from physicians educated in Eu clerk of Crayson county Fiscal court rope and America before "Number 40 For The Blood Nvaa discovered; the In Re Hardinsburg and Leitchfield for all Inter County Seat Road. great specific employed blood diseases. in diseases of This day came Joe Glasscock and Successfully the others, and petitioned the Fiscal court son, glandular system, in blood poimercurial and to designate the Hardinsburg and chronic rheumatism, lead poisoning catarrh, constiLeitchfield road as an inter county pation, hepatic seat road, asking that steps be 'im- sia and stomach congestions, dyspeptroubles, cores, ul mediately taken looking to the survey cers, nodes, tumors and scrofulous and construction of same, the court swellings that have withstood being sufficiently advised. On motion other treatment yield to "No. 40." all duly made, seconded and carried, it is Sold at Wedding's Drug Store, ordered that it is the sense and judge- Cloverport, Ky. ment of the court that the public" interests demand the construction and Best trio Barred Rocks Mrs. J. B. j 1- -2 improvement of the said Hardinsburg Hottell. premium subscription to ana Leitcntieid Koad, from Peter Breckenridge News. Lave Hridge, across Rough Creek be Second best Mrs. B. W. Carter, a-btween Grayson and Breckirlge premium 50 cents. counties, thence by the way of Fish Best trio Leghorns J. D. Ashcraft, er to McDaniels. thence to Hardin premium $1.00. hurg. from McDaniels, over the most Second best J. B. Gibson, premium direct and practical route and it is 50 cents. further ordered that the survey and Best cock and breed Mrs. B. W. Carter, premium $1.00. construction of said road begin at the village of McDaniels and extend Best hen any breed J. B. Gibson, toward Hardinsburg, until further premium subscription to Irvington orders and the commissioner of PubHerald. lic Roads is hereby requested to Bes cockerel any breed J. C. Crutcause a location and survey of said cher. premium 50 cents. road so designated and prepare plans Best pullet any breed J. C. Crutcher, profiles estimates and specification's premium 50 cents. of the work, to be done as provided Best pair Bantams Mary Carter by law and the clerk of the Breckinfirst and second premiums ridge county court and attested copy Best turkey torn Mrs. B. W. Car HARNED, of this order. ter, premium $1.00. On motion dulv made seconded .and Isest turkey hen Finis Claycomb carried it is ordered that the followpremium $1 00. ing Justices be and they are allowed Second best Nell Bandv premium subscription to Herald. their per diem. Ksq. Kccnan Bandv l day $4.00 Hest pair of ireese Nell Esq. McCoy premium $1.00. 1 day 4 00 Esq. Heron 1 day 4.00 Hest coop six young chickens J. C. Esq. Bennett Crutcher, premium $2.50. l day i,00 Esq. Howard 1 day 4.0.) Woman's Pavillion. it is ordered that court adjourn Prettiest trio potted plants Miss Eva s. a. Payne, Judge tarrtgan. premium $100. Best display asters Miss M. H PRIZES AWARDED Greenwood, premium Sl.oO. AT COUNTY FAIR. Best display zinias Mrs. J. B. Biggs, premium 50 cents. Best display ornimental plants Mrs Having determined to quit farming. I (Continued From Page 4) H. E. Minter, premfum first and am offering my farm, situated two miles second $1.50. Best five stalks of Burley tobacco Paul Hardaway, premium $3.00 Best garden display Mrs. G. O Southwest of Millwood, Ky., on Caney Bailey, premium $5.00. Given by Edwin Foote. Creek, consisting of 290 acres. About .Second best Mrs. J. B. Hottell, Second and third best premiums premium $3 00. Both given by Mrs. Ben at. Miller $3.00. 200 acres cleared land, 90 acres of good .ora Board. Best stalk of Burley Ginger Bandy, Best garden beets Mrs. G. O. Bailey, premium $1.00. timber. About 60 acres bottom land. premium econa nest j. D. uidsoii, premium Best sweet potatoes Mrs. M. Hicks, Good orchard, about 200 trees. Splendid 50 cents. premium Best hand of old Burley J. W dwelling of 6 rooms and two hajls, nice Largest field pumpkin Mrs. L. J. Hendrick, premium $1.50. Dent, premium cellar and warm house. Two tenant 4second nest j. w. Ater, premium Best one half dozen sweet peppers $1.00. Given by Edwin Foote. houses, three barns, two cisterns, two Mrs. G. O. Bailey, premium. Best one half dozen tomatoes Mrs. Displays. wells, four lasting springs. J. B. Gibson, premium. Best decorated window Parks Pharmacy, premium $3.00. Given by Lud-we- Best sweet potato pumpkin Mrs. G. O. Bailey, premium. Adkisson. Second best Irvington Hardware & Implement Co., premium $:J.00. Specializing In Trial Practice For quick sale, I have priced this farm Car with four prettiest girls Carter, Hardaway. Hramlette, Hatfield Co., at $7,250. LIBERAL TERMS. MURRAY HAYES premium $3.00, Given by Lyon & LAWYER Green. For particulars write Second best Gibson Co., premium Building JOHN CRAWFORD, Millwood, Kentucky LOUISVILLE Best decorated automobile in parade More Than 20 Years Experience Ellen Carter & Co., premium $10 Given by B. W. Carter & Son. Second best Gibson & Co., premium $500. Given by F. C. Sadenwater. Best looking couple riding horse-bac- k & Smith, McGlothlan premium COUNTY COURT (Continued From Page 7 100,000 to make surh appointment of Mr. Jno. Bloomer, as county road engineer, of Breckinridge county at a Salary of $1,800 00 per annum, be and it is hereby approved, confirmed and ratified In Re Hornback Mill Bridge Across Rough Creek. Th.s court having heretofore on the "40" r DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... Public Sale! I Will sell on my farm 3 ove DENTIST Office Hoirs: j;:S:'JSbJV"Always In office during office hour Inringtoii, Kf. SATURDAY OCT. 25, 10 A. M. FARM FOR SALE One hundred acres lying within jhree hundred yards of the city lirhitS of Hfrdinsbung. Njce level land and well improved. 14 1 J miles from Hardinsburg on the date. All my household and kitchen furniture. All kinds of farmers For particulars see f lie Bank &. trust Co., Hardinsburg. ness. Live Stock, Farm Machinery and Feed. Wagons, Buggies and Har Ky. R. E. KENNEDY Ky. When in need of a MONUMENT or marker, write or call J. P. Keith, Elizabethtown, Ky. Will be in two days each month. Write for appointment. Clo-verport CANEY CREEK FARM FOR SALE Am in position to save you money on anything in this line that you might need. GOOD FARMS FOR SALE! miles above Cannclton, Ind., on Ohio River and rock road, has 50 acres river bottom. M acres creek bottom, 75 acres rolling, and balance rough. Splendid improvements. Price $:.'.', 000, one-hacash, balance in annual payments. .'(id acres, tyi miles below Rome, Ind, on the Ohio River and 2. good road through the bottom, has 40 acres fine overflow bottom land overflows from back water in winter, 40 acres fine second bottom. So acres bfaegrasi pasture, 90 acres of level table land in clover. 100 acres in woods pasture, has about $1,000 worth of timber. Splendid improvement-, Price $i:i,0()0, one-hacash, balance in five annual payments. 9HttS!,Macres .miles from W ebster, Ky., and 4 miles from WyfT.0 ami Uii acres balance is level Tractor can be rtnj$!rer entire farm All land is good, strong limestone soil, has good impressment-,- , is all dVider.good fence, and is well watered. The lew - ("rtltual liiiiliwav will run close to this tarm. Price Si 1.000. one- half L.isb, ftraiii'tf in .1 annual oavments. 4. M0 acres :'.Vi miles from Irvington, Ky.. land runs up to Basin is level, balance rolling and can run Springs, R, R. Station, one-hamachinery over entire farm. Good improvements, all under wire fence, plenty of water. Highway runs through this farm. Price $18,000, flViQB.cafhj balance in live annual payment 5. 1M acres, --.'.. milci ii'm Hardinsburg. all level land except U acres, sliarhtlv rough, lias to acres rood timber worth si son a 11 mibi mod fence, and has good improvements, Farm is all good producing land Price $i;i.00(. $5,000 cash, balance in 5 annual payments. 6. 177 acre. !) miles from Cloverport, Ky., 100 acres pretty level, 50 acres rolling, balance tough Good improvements, plenty of water, all is good, strung soil. All under fence. Price $3,300, $3,000 cash, balance in .' annual payments. 7. OS acres. '. mile from Patesville, Ky., on the Hardinsburg and and Owensboro road Hai JO Scrtl bottonjt, 30 acres table land, and Mostly fenced, good tmnrovemcnta balance rolling nirntv ,.f '' ""fi MIT""" cashi balance 3 animal, payments. 8. I. to aires. .1 miles ot Cloverport. adjoining Tar Springs, tiO acres level table land, 15 acres creek bottom, acres rolling, balance rough, has I,,,,,!, house and large bam. All strong land, especially line casn, Mjanc m 3 annual payments. l""JU" rnw .,..", one-na- il 9. IH acres, 4 miles from Cloverport, Ky., 70 acres fine creek bottom, IN acres BBS table land, balance rolling. Good improvements, most all under fence. Price $10,1)00. one-ha- lf cash, balance 111 5 annual payL 333 acres, 1 ." ll ." An Ideal Grain and Stock Farm. lf 1606-7-- n lf i', $3.00. lt Second & best Lyddan Carter, premium $:!00. Given by Lon Cowley. Best decorated float Parent-Teache- r Association (Little Misses), premium $1000. Given by W. B. Taylor. Two cutest kiddies in parade Bandy and J VV. Ater, Jr., premium $2.00 Most comical turnout Jane Kirk and A. I). 4 I j f Best young lady rider Miss Julia Lyons, premium $2 50. Second best Miss Ellen Carter, premium $1.5o. Best girl rider under sixteen Miss Louise Carter, premium $1.50. Second best Miss Jeanette Carter, premium $1.50. Best matron rider Mrs. R B Mr. t 1. Ashcraft, premium $3.00. it'll ,i, . , 1 : ments Second best Mrs. Junius Stith, premium $1.50. Best gentleman rider J. Edmund Carter, premium $2 50. Second best Paul Bass, premium $1.50. e1.. ,U. - 'igareties They Win You On Quality! ... C 1 10. annual payments 11. I bottom farms, of U and 45 acres. miles from Tobinsport, Ind, 33 acre tract has good house anil lum a $.1,500, each or $7,000 together. The two tract's are situated very close 111 II 1 ments, balance nicnwar, n acres level, plenty of water, 15o nn acres, , 5 r .'. ,;i- miles from Clavmmnn -K'v , j i,,iiv oil riucidl .- - - 7:. acres rolling, balance rough. Good improvemostly all fenced Price $3,000, one-hacash 1 . lf cj.i Best old gentleman rider Bate Hern-dopremium $1.50. Second best S. C. Dowell, premium $1.00. n, pun I O A together. annual payments. ' "1,ks rohfnsjart, Ind., 75 acres good rolling land, balance is good pasture land Good improvements, has good water and IS all under good fence Price $.1,000. one-h:,l:.. 1..1 A. i' '. $100 13. 104 acres, mile from I lovcroort. Kv.. 75 arr. ' ' . rolling, balance rough Has new .i room house with cistern some fencZTl ing, and $500 worth of timber Price $:i.0o0., one-ha. ' vmi. iaiaucc 111 J annual pav mentS. 14. 110 acres, iy. miles from Cloveruort. Kv to m I., .1 rolling, balance rough. Has one tobacco barn. 110 other bnnrnvemn. 11 I Mas ,.) of timber Pine $ .500. S 100 Cash. lialatlC in rvaum... nt 1 r lf .. Best child rider under 12 years Clara Maude Triplett, premium $1. Second best Mary Cain, premium $1. Third best Jessie Lee Triplett, premium 50 cents. tiest boy rider under 19 years Russell Parks, premium $1.00. Second best Randall Smith, premium 50 cents. Best saddle pony Russell Parks, premium $1.00. nest saddle and harness stallion l.udwell Adkisson, premium $5.00. Hest saddle and harness mare or gelding- - J. D. Lyddan, premium $5. Best trio R. 1 Reds premium $2 00. 18 cents a package 1 unpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e pleasant cigaretty odor I Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great because their refreshing flavor and fragrance and mellowness is so enticingly different., You never tasted such a cigarette! Bite is eliminated and there is a cheerful absence of any or any un- mrm i mold thim cotton (or tho homo or ohco oupply or whon you tra vol. agmnttm,; or fan atemmfm (300 agmrvttmm) in . tUamtnm . fupor covmrmd carton. W tlrongly irnliUctlly . mnrywhrm pc4 of 30 in Camels are made of an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are smooth and mild, but have that desirable y and certainly hand out satisfaction in generous measure. You will prefer this Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! full-bod- annually Poultry. J. C. Crutcher, 13. 105 acres, 5 miles from llawcsville. Kv.. miles station, will be on Federal Highway There are 100 acres of creel, l.... remainder lays well with the exception of 15 acres which is rough and BVI ied with timber Has plenty water, good improvements, and is al.0,,1 MS half fenced Pine $0,o0, one halt cash, balance in 3 annual payments 10. Splendid new two stoiv frame residence in Cloverport, Ky. Is furnace heated, ha concrete walks, has two large lots in one of the best locations the city, and can be bought for ii mm AL ....... other nice pieces of property in Cloverport. :.' I Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then compare them with any cigarette in me woria at any price for quality, 111 h.. 1 l unit, Phone J. D. SEATON, Real Estate Dealer J Cloverport, Ky. James Stucky Says. "Rat Cost Me 1SS For Plumbing Bills." "We couldn't tell what was closr- gmg up our toilet and drains We hftd to tear up floor, pipes, etc found a rat nest in basement. They had l"hoked the pipes with refuse. The plumber's bitl for $125. cleaned the rodent out." Three sizes. 5c, Mc, $1.00 Sold and guaranteed (by t. A Hardcaty, Stephensport. Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport and 0 t Beard k Co., Hardinsburg , No matter how liberally you smoke Camels they will not tire your taste! R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Wiaston-Sttlem- navor, satisfaction. RAT-SNA- P , N. C