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The Breckenridge news: October 29, 1919 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1919 brc1919102901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 29, 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. m mi r THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. CLOVERPORT. FISHING PRIZE WON BY CLOVERPORT BOY Billy Reid Gets Fourth Prize and H. N. Wood, First. $1 $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 8 Months 50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months: 75c for 6 Months. 8 VOL. XLIV KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER. 29. 1919 Pages No. 18 C'PORT TO RAISE $300 FOR R. C. H. Proceeds From Three entertainments to go Towards General Fund. $300 DEATH OF LOUIS MUCH INTEREST COHEN IS SUDDEN, IN REAL ESTATE Owner of the Golden Rule General Aspect of Cloverport Store Succumbs to Oedema Changing Conditions as Seen Leaves Large Family. by kdward Gregory. Mr. Louis Cohen, owner of the Golden Rule Store in this city, of which his daughter, Miss Nannie Cohen is manager, died suddenly at his home in Jeffersonville, Ind., last Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. Mr. Cohen suffered a stroke of paralysis seven years ago but his death was not due to this but to oedema of the lungs with which he was stricken on his way home from his office on Tuesday afternoon. The interment took place in Louisville at the Adath Isarel Cemetery on Friday Mr. Cohen was born in Gruesen, MORROW IN FORDS-VILLAND IRVINGTON E 8 ADDITIONS TO H'BURG CHURCH Brought In Through Evangelistic Meetings. Collections Amounted to $625. G. O. P. Candidate For Governor Addresses Voters From Four this week. Miss Mary McGavock was appointed chairman of the committee to get the desired sum, and she has to assist her Mrs Frank Ferry, Miss Margaret Burn, Mr. O W. Holder and Mr. O. F. Galloway. Miss McGavock and her committee decided upon a plan of giving three on Monday night of this week with a picture show. On next Monday evening a musical will be given by the local talent under the direction of Miss Margaret Burn; and on Monday evening, November 10, the Clover- port High School boys and girls will give a play directed by Supt. Galloway. The entertainments are being given at the Bushman Theater. Season tickets for the three entertainments sell for $1.00, and by this means the chairman and her commi-te- e hope to raise the $300 for the orphans children of Kentucky. Cloverport has been asked to raise in the state campaign for the Kentucky Children's Home Society in Louisville, which is in prggress Wood, of Louisville, formerly of this place, won for the second time the handsome handmade Divine e rod, valued at $35, given by the Company as first prize in their 1919- - fishing contest. The first prize fish was a bass weighing I pounds. 8 ounces, caught on a wood minnow. The fourth prize offered by the same company was won by Billy Reid of Cloverport, $ 7.70 reel for a bass weighing 5 pounds " ounces, caught on live minnow. This was young Mr. Reid's first entry in the fishing contest. Sut-cliff- H, N Counties. i MRS. WM. C. KANE DIES OF CANCER consecutive entertainments beginning afternoon. Buried in St. Anthony's Cem- Germany, on June 15, 1845, and he came to the United States .u the age etery. Leaves Four Childof fourteen. After residing for a ren and Husband. short time at Newbern, N. C, he Mrs. William C. Kane, whose home is near Axtel, Ky., died Friday morning of cancer. Her remains were interred in St. Anthony's cemetery on the following day. Mrs. Kane is survived by her husband and four children, Mrs. J. ATTENDING GRAND CHAPTER T. Brown, Mrs. Mart Mattirtgly, MEETING OF O. E. S. Miss Tula Kane and Edgar Kane. Miss Mary Owen Oelze is in Lebanon, Ky., this week representing the local chapter at the State meeting of the Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star sorority. This is the week of the grand chapter meetings in every state over the country. In her absence, Miss Oelze's place in the Cloverport High School is being substituted by Miss Mary McGavock. CARD OF THANKS We sincerely desire to extend our heartfelt thanks and deep appreciation to our good and very kind neighbors and friends for their great comfort and help in our recent sad bereavement. W. C. Kane and Family, Axtel, Ky. went to Jeffersonville and located in He was first engaged ia. the 1868. occupation of cigar maker and later entered the retail business. In addition to owning the Golden Rule Store in this city, Mr. Cohen owned a, department store in Louisville, Cohen's Department store and the Golden Rule Store in Jeffersonville. and other similar stores in towns through Kentucky. He was eminently successful in his business ventures and acquired EPWORTH LEAGUE TO GIVE A HALLOWE'EN FETE. considerable wealth in the course of an energetic life. Before locating in The social committee of the he served with the Jeffersonville, n League of which Mr. L. J. is chairman, has extended among Confederate Army during the Civil the young people of Coverport, very War. Mr. Cohen was twice married and attractive invitations for a Hallowe'en masque party on Thursday even- had seven children of the first maring, October 3ot in the League room riage and four of the second, all of whom survive with his widow. Five at the Methodist church. The committee is making extensive of the sons served in the World War shortly. preparations to entertain the young in some capacity. Jack Mattingly sold to Wm Gip-so- n Mr. Cohen was a member of the people in typical Hallowe'en siyle, of on the Reformed Synagogue in upper Y acres his ground lying ground and no doubt there will be a large Jewish pasture. The part of inLouisville. number who will respond to their will be used for a pasture. vitation. The surveyors of the F'ederal HighBIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT way reached the bridge at Salt River, GETS HIS FOOT MASHED. Saturday night The work is being Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson, of held back by recent rains. Mr. Forest Freeman, an engineer Several on the L. H. & St L. R. R., while on this city, announce the arrival of a farms along the route have been split duty Friday afternoon at Jrvington, son. Homer Johnson, who arrived right through them, and at one place October 20th. got his toot painfully mashed. it runs right through a big barn. The camp is still located at Tip Top. Ep-wor- th Be-heWiley-Newma- Over 60 per cent of the American people rent and at the present rate of marrying and new homes being set up with no buildings going up. there is no telling how high rent will go, or where a person can find a vacant house. Mony Claverport people see the rapid advance in real estate and arc buying homes now while they can. When John Elder took a notion to sell out and move to Eastland, he thought he would be satisfied, but John could not see the trains go by or watch the bug. dance around the electric lights and even was cut out of a vote in the city election, so John d just it around to find a house in town, and now he has bought the Fred Ferry home near the depot and hopes to be in line next year for city mayor. Ollie Pate concluded that it was all going out and nothing coming in, so he has purchased property on the Hill. The cement for the Loose Leaf Plant has arrived and work will begin at once on laying the floor and within the next fifteen days the plant will be ready for business, as all the other equipments have arrived. W. N. Bowling is assembling mat erial on his farm to build a new house. Mr. Bowling owns what was known as the old Bud Bates farm and is fast bringing it up. The new house will be built near the old one, and will n face the highway. W alter Talley, who recently bought of Dr. Forrest Lightfoot the two cottages in the lower part of the city, has resold them to Austin Beavin. Mr. Talley will move back on a farm hop-foote- LOCAL TEAM WINS OVER HOOSIERS C. EVERYBODY INVITED TO COME OUT AND HEAR THE ISSUES OF THE CAMPAIGN H. S. Boy's Basketball Team Made Good Record Last Week. BY THE HONORABLE DAVID H. KINCHELOE CONGRESSMAN FROM SECON0 DISTRICT The Cloverport High School boys' basket ball team got revenge last week on both the Tobinsport and Rome teams. The Tobinsport team was defeated Wednesday afternoon in a very close and interesting game by the score of 13 to 9. The local boys showed their lack of practice in this game by being unable to shoot goals with any accuracy. Saturday the Rome team looked dangerous during the first half, but the locals outwinded them in the second half and won IT to I, This was the fastest and cleanest game the local team has played this year. The game was free from roughness and each side played good basketball. The C. H. S. team has been handicapped recently by the rainy weather and by injuries to some of tiie best However, the team is in players. good shape now and can be expected to give a good account of itself the rest of the season. Beautiful WHO WILL SPEAK IN HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY AT P. M., ON 1:00 O'CLOCK WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER AND 29th Breckinridge GftrtOII and turned out in a large number on Mofl day afternoon to hear Edwin P. MorHardinsburg. Ky. Oct. IT, 1919. row, the Republican candidate for The revival meeting at the at an open air meeting on the tjgh (Special) Governor, who spoke in Fordsville Baptist church here conducted by Rev. Joe W. finglish school lawn. and pastor Tuesday, Mr. Morrow spoke in F.veritts English, assisted by R. S. Hardinsburg and Irvington in his Baborn. singer and Miss Lula Encampaign through Breckinridge glish, pianist, and Mrs Henry Trent, vocalionist. closed on Wednesday county. evening of last week The meeting resulted with eight additions to the church, four by baptism and four by C. letter. The collections during tsSe meetiiiK amounted to $... Rev BnfffMi is an evangelist from rtXM, and of a nation wide reputation as a propounder of the gospel. At The Presbyterian Church He is a very impressive speaker holdMonday Evening in the Inter- ing his congregation spellbound during his entire discourse, which lasts est of New Era Movement. very often more than an hour; his delivery being very attractive, savorDr. C R. Janvier, who has been at ed with the spirit of Christ and his home from India only two weeks, personal interest for lost souls and prayer for all mankind draws to hear gave a most inspirational lecture his experiences in that country, him at every evening service, large on Monday evening at the Lucile congregations. Folks are feeling the Memorial Presbyterian church in this effects of the truths which this man citv. Dr. Janvier's lecture was main- of God is impressing on them and ly in the interest of the New Era proving their conditions from the Movement which is on among the word of God and if folks will only Presbyterian churches over the land, put into practice half of the good and those who were privileged to things he is impressing upon them, hear him were greatly enlightened this town and community will be very as to the motive of the New Era much elevated as well as each individual and the effects of these meetMovement Dr. Janvier was acompanied here ings will be lasting and will bear by Dr. Welch, pastor of the F'ourth much fruit. Mr. Raborn is a young man and a church, Presbyterian Avenue of Louisville, who is chairman of the very accomplished singer; he having New Era Campaign in the State of been in the army during the late World War; has seen the sufferings Kentucky. of humanity in both soul and body WOMAN'S MISSIONARY WILL and lying so inspired is now devoting OBSERVE WEEK OF PRAYER. his time and talents to bringing the message of the Lord to the souls of of the Methodist church will be one men and women through song, acof five thousand auxiliaries to ob- companied by Miss Lula English, serve the call to a week of prayer be- the most accomplished pianist who ginning Tuesday, November 2nd. has ever been in this town or county Miss Meetings will be held at -' :30 p. m. as far as ever been known. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. English being very attractive and All ladies of the church are invited to winning in personality together with her skill and ability to execute with attend. so much attractiveness, so elaborately and with so much beauty all of the MR. CHAS. RHODES VISITING IN KENTUCKY. music makes the services, together preaching of Mr. Charles Rhodes, of Portland. with the wonderful Oregon, and Mr. Wick DeHaven, of God's word, worth while and will F'ordsville, were pleasant visitors to cheer the hearts and souls of all the The Breckenridge News office last congregation. The contribution on last Sunday, week. Mr. Rhodes is in Kentucky visiting his relatives and friends. He amounted to something over $60O which is evidence of the appreciation has a position in Portland as a Pacific Railroad and. is the people of this town and comsenger conductor on a branch of the munity have for the wonderful work this evangelistic party is doing for making good. this people. When they have finished their work COL ED MORROW'S BUNCOMBE. here and go into other fields of labor, there is one sin which will not have There is nothing but buncombe and to be answered for and that is ingratihot air in the charges of Democratic tude for their untireing efforts and extravagance and the creation of a endeavor to show men the way and lot of new and useless offices in the the light and to have them walk State made by Col Ed Morrow. He therein. is just following the tatties of Repub- lician governors. Bradley went all BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT over the State talking about Demo-er- a Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller are retic extravagance in his campaign and said he wanted to look at the ceiving congratulations on the arbooks. He was elected and when he rival of a ten pound girl, Ethel Miller, 1919. looked at the books the records Sunday, October showed not a single cent of money stolen or misappropriated in violation To Prevent Rugs Slipping. of the law. Willson made his camThere nr- - ninny devices to prevent paign on the idea of abolishing use- rugs from slipping on less offices and when he was elected tloors. One of t)M Iicm and also the he did not abolish a single office. cheapest is to cut pieces of rough Morrow is following the same tac- sheathing paper the exact size of the Republican governors adopttics as rugs and lay it under theni. They will ed. The people were fooled twice by not move theni. Another way is to this kind of buncombe. They are hardly likely to be fooled the third sew triangles of corrugated rubber sheeting to the corners of the rugs. time. Elizahethtown New COck, Voters from four counties in the second ami third districts, Ohio, Han- - DR. R. JANVIER SPEAKS ON INDIA j highly-polishe- Home Wedding. ON THE SAME DAY WILL SPEAK IN CLOVERPORT, AT KENTUCKY P. M. THE BUSHMAN THEATRE 7:30 O'CLOCK LADIES ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE of the prettiest weddings of season was that of Miss Bessie Weatherford to Mr. Bryan of Hardinsburg, which was solemnized Thursday, Octoat 4 p m., at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weatherford, of Harued, Ky. The ceremony which was very impressive was performed in the presence of the immediate families by Rev. Roe, of Hardinsburg pastor of the Southern Methodist church. The house was effectively decoratThe color ed with potted plants. scheme being the autum colors, yellow, red and orange. The bride and groom entered to the strains of Mendellsohu's Wedding March Other appropriate music was rendered during the ceremony. The bride wore a dark blue traveling costume and carried a large bouquet ot Dorothy Perkins roses. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Miller left for Louisville, Ky. After a short visit there, they will be at home to their many friends at their country home near One of the Board Miller, quietly ber IS, Look What We Are Giving Away! A nice asortment of aluminum ware with tickets. It doesn't cost you a cent. Come in and get further particulars! Rubber Boots and Shoes I am offering a big line of rubber boots and shoes, sizes from small 5 to large 11, at better prices than you can get anywhere else in or out of town. In fact, you save 25 cents on the dollar when buying your footwear from me. Get my prices before making a purchase else- where. I pay top prices for all country produce. Don't get to see me before selling your produce. for- Hardinsburg. Why Turn to East In Prayer? The scientist will tell you that praying with the face towurd the east comes from ancient worship of the Sun worshipers, starting out aun. on the day's work to plaut. hunt oi kill, would turn towurd the rising god to pray for success. Chicago A R. W. eJOIMES GLEN DEAN, KENTUCKY PAGE 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY played. Mesdames June Randy and Hewitt (iinsnn, l.odthurg, have been visiting Mr and Mrs. H A Ater. Ladies of the Baptist congregation will serve dinner and supper in the store room of MrGlothlan & Son on Tuesday, Nov. 4th. A nice meal for ,10c Your patronage solicited. Mr and Mrs John Abinather, Oklahoma, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs I II Stith. Rev. C L. Nicely spent Monday and Tuesday in Louisville A double header basketball game was played here Saturday between Hardinsburg and Irvington. The girls score fi to 5 in Hardinsburg's favor. On account of a shower the hoys game was not finished. J OCTOBER W, 191 Mr Wm MrF.lvaine. Akron. O, was a visitor in town last week. Mrs Milissa Hillard and Mr H. Godfrey, ( inn, O . were married Saturday evening Rev T N Williams officiated. Miss Nell Dempster, Glen Dean, has been the guest of Mrs. Mollie Dempster. Mrs Nora Board and Mr. M" C. Green were married in Louisville, Friday at the home of Dr Hemphill, who officiated. Mrs. Will Wimp, Los Angeles, route home from New York, where Cal., has been the guest of Mr. and e Mrs. J. B Herndon. She was has been spending sometime with her husband, Dr. W. H. Wimp, who is head of Belleuve Hospital. en-sh- NEWS FROM THE Judge J R Layman left Friday for heen the guest of her sister, Mrs parents. Mr and Mrs. Alfred Taylor Adele fonniff. and relatives Elixahethtown. Misses Myrtle and Nannie D. HunRev W. H. Sink, of Engelwood. Drnnie Rhodes left Saturday for Ashland, where he has accepted a O.. here on husi- ger, Brandenburg, are visitors of Mr. the week-enCOUNTY position with the I,, ft N. Railroad ness. and Mrs. Clrn Hunger L, Walker spent Monday and TuesMrs L I. Parrott. Sumter, S. C, James N. Payne, of Clarkson. is visiting his brother. Judge Payne, and and Mrs. Henrie F. Smith. Houston. day in Louisville Tex., arrived Friday to visit Mr. and Mi- - J, K Kinrhelne and son. John Mis Payne HARDINSBURG Mr. Wm Hensley spent Saturday Mrs. G. N Lyddan, Park Place Mr and Mrs Paul Compton and Allen, have returned after several A number of young people enjoyed in (ilen Dean. children, of LuMilvlHl, have returned days visit in Louisville. Sfjt Taylor Meador, Jr.. of Camp Atty James Skillman, of Louis the hayride to the home of Mr. and Mr. home after a short visit with Simmons, Saturday even-MFriday. of his is Compton'l parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Grant. Ill Mrs the guest Meador. parents, ville. was here Beeler has returned Mrs John Mrs Chris Burch, Mooley-villc- , and Mrs. J. I). Taylor Mr and P. Compton visited Mr. and Mrs. A. T. D. L. McGary spent last week in home after a month's stay in MartinsDr. Irvin Taylor, of Russellville. last week. has returned after a visit with his Louisville,P the guest of his sister. ville. IndEliza Meador came Friday A. T Reard and Tom Beard, Miss King, and Mr. King Mrs. A. were here Friday to hear of from Chenault, to spend the week-enRohards, Mrs. Xanry lane isiting her son, H. J. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Kink Swope. of Danville. Kingswood. Meadn Rohards, and Mrs Rohards. Mrs Fred Rrite entertained at S00 Klenora Robertson was the on Monday afternoon. Three tables Atty. V. G. Bahbage. of Cloverport, guest of her aunt. Mrs. attended court several days of last week-enweek. John Owen, and Mr. Owen, of Glen n-lit I . r. Ad-kin- s, d . i FOR SALE! One Farm for Sale d 2 Miles from Cloverport on pike. Price. $2,500 Call and See Me. JULIAN H. BROWN CLOVERPORT, KY. Mrs. S. A. Pate, of Kdenwoodj. Tenn . arrived Thursday to visit her mother, Mrs Margaret May. Rev B. F. Wilson, of Rrandenhurg. u.is here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moorman have moved to their home in Glen Dean. Mr. Dennie Sheeran. who has heen in Louisville, on husiness for several dhjn has returned home. Circuit Clerk P. M. Basham spent in Louisville. the week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hohen and children. Loyce and John, of Detroit. Mich., are visiting Mr. Hohen's father, J. T. Hohen. Two weddings were announced at Sunday: Miss Nell Romauld's Flood and Mr. John Roach, Jr. of Stephensport, and Miss Cynthia Rhodes, of Leitchfield and Mr. Wm. Grant, of this city. Mr and Mrs. A. T. Drane and son, of Irvington, have returned after a visit to Mrs. Drane's parents, Judge S. B. Payne and Mrs. Payne. St. MOOK Mr. and Mrs. James N'oblette, of McCoy, visited her father, Mr. Valentine Fentress. Sunday and looked over their farm, they recently bought from Rev. M. W. Basham which they will move to soon. Mr. and Mrs. John Pile spent a few days in Duncan's Valley, last week. K. M. Munson has returned from Winchester. Ky. Mrs. J. E. McNeal has returned from Louisville, where she has heen the last three weeks having dental work done. Mrs. John Pile and Miss Ada Pile were visitors here Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Roy Hines visited her father. Mr. J. D. Aldridge, and family, Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Carman, of Seree. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nix. Friday. Mr. Collins, of Grayson County, visited his nephew, Jesse Nix, and family. Monday. YOUNG'S FARM THK HOME OF THE DUROCS want two good families to move on my farm to raise tobacco. I have plenty of good land, houses and barns. I will furnish everything or you may furnish your self. My farm is fifteen miles above Stephensport, Ky., at Magnet, Ind., on the Ohio river. Pleasee let me hear from you on return Otl the Ohio River. Please let nie hear from you on return I An Irresistable Series of Specials Await You During Our PROFIT SHARING SALE You'll find economy here; economy that is wholesome and satisfying because it based on clean, dependable, honestly made goods. In planning these merchandise offerings we have heen guided by the principle that modern business is service. That our success depends solely on how successfully we can place within your reach the things you want and should have. We believe no other policy could have resulted in values so timely and which so carefully anticipate your needs. is W. R. YOUNG, Proprietor MAGNET, IND. For Sale One pair of Extra farm mares four and five years old with weight and quality; one pair of small mules, five years old; one pair of good, quick, aged mules; a number of coming three year old mules that will develop into big teams. I need the room. Come apd make your selection. Give me your note and let me help you make money. to Will You Spend 50c On Save $100? One ."ioc pkg. can kill 50 rats. The average rat will rob you of f 10 a year in feed, chicks and property destructis deadly to rats. ion. RAT-SNA- P Cremates after killing. Leaves no smell. Comes in cakes. Rats will pass up meat, grain, cheese to feast on RAT-SNAThree sizes, :.'5c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by E. A. Hardesty, Stephensport; B. F. Beard, & Co., Hardinsburg, and Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport. Rat-Snap GARFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Meador and son. Franklin, were guests Sunday of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kennedy. Misses Mary Ann and Martha Har-ne- d were in Hardinsburg. Saturday, to see their uncle. Dr. J. W. Meador. A. T. Drane, traveling salesman was in town, Monday. Miss Clara May. who has had charge of the millinery department at the store of Mr. 1. B. Richardson, has returned to her home at Olaton. J B. Harrison, Mrs. Octava Gray and daughter, Almeda, were in Hardinsburg. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Bruner have moved into the property they recently bought from Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bruner will occupy the property vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Bruner. Miss Jacie Alexander, of near Har-te- d was the guest of Misses Thelma I Summed up in a Few Words This is Your Guide To Better Buying Here is news about merchandise merchandise that in itself is new and closely associated with your daily personal needs. Every article mentioned in this sale is one that will be welcomed to all seeking the utmost in style, quality and value. You Cannot Come to the Store, Why Not Try our "eMail Order Shopping Department." PROFIT SHARING SALE OF HATS FOR MILADY Hundreds of adorable Hats for Autumn and Winter wear, collections of exquisite patterns from some the most distinguished millinery creators, such as Cupid, Randa, Rawak, Gold Medal and others. A for every face, for blonde or brunette, hats that match any suit, coat or frock; everyone bears the of individuality and exclusiveness. Former Price Profit Sharing Sale Price ----- -- $5.00 to $47.50 $3.98 to$34.75 PROFIT SHARING SALE OF CHILDREN'S HATS Dozens of smart "Kiddish" looking Hats for children, many styles and colors are to be had at profit sale prices. Former Prices Profit Sharing Sale Prices - $2.98 to $9.50 $1.98 to $7.95 and in night. Wilms Whitworth, Tuesday were HARDINSBURG, VIC ROBERTSON I). H. Smith and son, Harold, KENTUCKY TO THE PUBLIC! On Wednesday, We will offer tor South-West -- November 12, 1919 1 ale on the Skillman Farm, mile of Webster, Ky., the following described property. 3 Cultivators, 1 Empire Disc Wheat Drill, 1 Deering Binder also Plows, Harrows and other farming Implements. Several hundred bushels of corn. 1 Jersey Heifer, will be fresh, in December; 5 Calves, all good; 1 Bay Horse, 4 years old; 1 Soocl Saddle Horse, 3 years old; 1 Black Brood Mare, bred to Jack; 1 Weanling Mare Mule; 1, 2 year old Mare Mule; 3 span of Maie Mules, about 16 hands high. Not a dead head in this bunch. Louisville, last week. Mrs. Mary Eliza Shoemate is the tfiie-- t of her sister, Mrs. Geo. Milburn at Irvington. Johnnie Meador, of Bewleyville, passed through town last week to Hardinsburg. Mr- -, G H. Pile, of Custer, spent in Hardinsburg, at the the week-enbedside of her father. Dr. Meador. Mis Charlie N'eel, of Kvings Land iiiK. Ind., has returned to her home after a visit with relative-Littl- e MiSS Bvs Dean Nicholas spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. Jim Jones. Miss Jacie Butler, of West View, was the guest of Mrs. Bill Carman, Friday night. Miss Nancy Board and Mr. Clarence Board attended the Weather-ford-Millwedding, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs Fox Gray, of Irvington, were guests Tuesday of Mrs. Octava Gray. Mrs Claude Shoemate has returned from Woodro w, where she visited relatives. Miss Klla Durhin and Allie Basham were married Saturday morning at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Hiram Durhin by Rev. C. d PROFIT SHARING SALE OF WOMEN'S SUITS :.'.) women's fine Suits that were created by the foremost makers in the land, using the very finest of materials and most luxurious fur; the colors are rich, warm and becoming and are the newest and most wanted. In the collection you will find Peach-blooTinseltone, Silvertone, Duvet Superior, Suedine, Tricotine, Serge, Poplin and Velours. Former Prices - - - -$35.00 to $230.00 Profit Sharing Sale Prices $25.75 to $198.00 e. PROFIT SHARING SALE OF FINE WARM WINTER COATS One hundred and fifty Coats just received from New York, Chicago and Cleveland, the three great coat markets. Every new coating material is represented in the showing: Crystal Cord, Velour, Cord, Tinseltone, Silvertone, Chameleon Evora, Peach-blooBroadcloth, Plush, Zibaline and many others. Former Prices Profit Sharing Prices ... - - - - $35 o0 - $27.50 to to $225.00 $188.00 PROFIT SHARING SALE OF WOMEN'S FINE SILK HOSE Rib Top IKI $1 75 WOMEN'S FLEECE LINED UNION SUITS $1.25 A $2.00 Value, Sale Price Pair $1.00 women' er I extra tine quality, pure thread Silk with alight defects that are hardly Made with clastic rili tops, full seamless, tlouhle soles and spliced heels. Colors Blacks, also few Whites, Browns and llun Metal. All sizes, would be cheap at $2.00. Hum ( Suiistandard) dozen 40 dozen women's fleeced Union Suits, full bleached, an extra well finished garment, taped neck, a $1.75 value. All sizes, one style only; high neck, long sleeves, ankle length. Profit Sharing sale, pair (None exchanged or sent on approval) 11.00 Profit Sharing Sale, garment $1.25 BED COVERINGS purchases t&SU $4 imi L. Come to thk Wait, btiy ami be glad, stay away ami ways regret you did so. We especially invite all of our old friends. spend the day with us. and Mrs. Frank Dowell and son, Arthur, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs W T. Dowell. Mr. al- Bruington hew people are posted on prices of Blankets and other bed coverings. We made some wonderful in Blankets and comfortables during January last. Since then the manufacturers have advanced the prices twice. During our Prifit Sharing sale you will save money. TRY IT! I rey Cotton Blankets (Irey Cotton Blankets SJtl Woidiiap I'laid Blankets SI .60 M 60 $4 96 Woolnap Plaid Blankets fU.00 Wool Blankets tls.OO Wool Blanketa $7 30 ju $14 $6 50 95 9s Come Terms made known on day of sale. begins at 10 sharp. Sale S. WOOSLEY WEBSTER, D. H. & SON KENTUCKY Henry and Col. Gorsuch, Acutioners. Mrs J. C. Younger. Louisville, was the guest of Mr and Mrs. K B. last week. Mrs. Newsom Gardner went to I snsncn. Monday, to attend Grand Chapter of the O. K S., Oct -- 8, :.'9, and Mb Dr L. B. Moremen and family visited relatives at Brandenburg, last week. i Beard, Hardinsburg. Miss Eult with Miss Nelle spent the week-enAdkins. Roosevelt, Mrs. Sallie Hohson. Okla , arrived Saturday to visit W. G. Bandy and Mrs. Forrest Stith. Vim Bunger, Moravia, has bought property on college street and movI ed here. Mrs. Nat Crouch, Louisville, has d IRVINGTON HOME MADE COMFORTS Larue ami sanitary line, extra size, Prices $3 95 and home-mad- e Comforts. Filled with pure white cotton, all in one piece. Clean $4-80- . Space will not permit us to (uote all of the many wonderful values offered thruout this big store. We urge you to COME as the bargains offered in Men's and Boys Clothing, Shoes, Ready-to-weand Drygoods cannot be duplicated later on. 1 S. W. ANDERSON CO. corporate Where Courtesy cR?igns 0WENSB0R0, KENTUCKY OCTOBER 29, 1918 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE 3 Sell Your Tobacco at Cloverport ! 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. PAPER FOR EXACT DATE OF OPENING. CThe Cloverport Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse will be ready to receive the 1919 crop of tobacco. WATCH CLOVERPORT LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO WAREHOUSE J. WALTER BOYLE, Manager. HARNED Mrs. Sarah McCoy, of Custer, is Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crume were in Louisville, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul May, of New Orleans, La., are visiting his patents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. May. Several from here attended Lodge at Hardinsburg, Monday night. Mrs. Charlie Payne, of Irvington, spent Tuesday with her father, G. W. Payne and family. Ser. Morris Payne, who has been visiting his father, Mr. Willis Payne, returned to camp Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGill, of Bea visiting Mr. and Mrs. James McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Tucker are visiting relatives in Illinois. ' Rev. C. L. Bruington is conducting a series of meetings at Ephesus. Rev. Charlie McEven, of Sacramento, will assist in the song services. Mrs Hardaway and children are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs NOTICE. A. W. Foote. All persons having claims against Mrs W. W. Keith has been the the estate of Amanda Weatherholt, guest of her son, Boyd Keith, and deceased, are directed to file same be Mrs Kieth, of Corners. fore the undersigned Master Com Edgar and Thomas Hardaway are missioner at Hardinsburg, Ky., on or in Indiana on a prospecting tour. before November 1, 1919, said claims We are sorry to say that Mrs. A. to be duly proven, as required by F. Sipes continues ill. E. E. ver Dam, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skillman. BEWLEYVILLE RED BLOOD MAKES BEST COMPLEXIONS law Lee Walls, Master Commissioner. BIG SPRING a Hardinsburg. J. H. Meador spent last week in Miss Mable Trent, of Vine Grove, was the guest of her aunt. Mrs. J. T. Morris, from Thursday till Sunday. Dr. C. B. Witt and brother, Herman Witt, attended 119 Communication of the Grand Lodge of Ken tucky Masons, last week in Louisville. The first quarterly meeting for the Big Spring charge will be held at Big Spring. Nov. 8th and 9th. Rev Allen is assisting in a meeting at Cecilia. Mrs. Hattie Williams, Stiths Valley, was the guest of Mrs. J. L. Morris for supper Sunday evening and attended church. The Baptist Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Barbara Hodges, Thursday aft- FOR SALE! White Leghorn Roosters, years old. Price $1.00 each. cockerels. Price $1.50 each. 3 BEN M. MILLER, Kirk, Ky. Geo. Prather left last week for Ind., to husk corn during the husking season. 2 Miss Myrtle Moorman spent last 12 week in Louisville, with her brother, Raymond Moorman, and Hrs. Moorman. Herman Witt had his grip stolen out of a car last week while in Louisville, having his discharge from service in it, but his discharge was sent to the post mistress here, asking to please locate him. ernoon. and Henry Smith, of Houston, Texas, are visiting relatives here Miss N'ina Kasey is visiting relatives in Meade county. Mrs. Shelton Hardaway and children. Lucile and Mildred, of Lohrville, Iowa, returned to their home Sunday after a two months visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Chappell. Rev Diamond of the seminary filled the Baptist pulpit here Saturday and Sunday. School at this place opened Monday after having been closed for two weeks on acount of whooping cough. David Hardaway is visiting his brother, Paul Hardaway, in Brandenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Burton, of Mystic, Mrs. Mary Beauchamp and Miss Tena Jordan, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Ella Compton. Edgar and Thomas Hardaway after a prospecting trip in Indiana, have returned home after renting two farms for the ensuing year at New Ross, We hate to loose these good Ind people from our midst. Miss Mary Louise Hardaway had for her guests Sunday, Misses Elma Ella and Sanders Wilson, Laura Mell Messrs. Stith and Clara Foote. Percy Foote, Howard Pate and John Williams. Robert M. Stith, of Nashville, Tenn., spent the week-en- d at home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Burton, of Mystic, are visiting relatives here Miss Bertha Foote spent the week end with Miss Maggie B. Jolly. Wholesome Complexion the Pride and Glory of Healthy Mesdames Ella Loyd. of Louisville. Men and Women Hassie Parrott. of Sumpter, S. C..' Pepto-Manga- n is prepared in TWO ers report that thrift and saving is They are tii.ikiiiK remarkable strides. irms. liquid and tablets exactly alike in medical value. Mrs George Burklty, Louisville, is Ask your druggist for "Gttdt'i" Conducting the campaign to organ-it- C when ordering Pepto-MangaLook I nieties among parochial schools for the name "Gude's" on the iiack- - of the city. Mrs. Burkley reports age. thai forty societies have been organised in the Catholic schools. Full societies have also been organized in FOUR COUNTIES Shelbyville, Harlan, Pineville, Cor-bi- n OVER QUOTA OF and Williamsburg. Pepto-Manga- f SAVINGS PAPER. in Four counties over-subscrib- Kentucky cates. They are Breckinridge county with a quota of $7,:200; Oldham counGO TO CHURCH quota Builds Up Tired Bodies Helps ty witha a ni..ta of $:i.0(K); Hart county with of 96,900 and Larue SUNDAY, NOV. 2 ReChange Pale Complexions county with a quota of $H,000. ports complied by State Director Hear the Red Cross Peace to Bloom of Helath James B, Brown show that Louisville Program Explained by has bought $75,000 of the $:t.V.).00 quoThe healthy, attractive woman and ta fixed for the city. Your Clergyman. man too with a wholesome complexScott county is the first county in It will help you to underion is the envy of those who feel that, the State to report a lOo per cent for them, such attractiveness is im- organization of war saving societies stand the future policy possible. More than seventy-fiv- e of these soof the And yet health and attractiveness cieties have been organized under diare much a matter of good, red blood rection of Miss Mary Bradley, GeoAMERICAN RED CROSS and unless a man or woman is af- rgetown. flicted with "some deep-seate- d or serThe school children are taking a ious ailment, vigorous health, and keen interest in the work and teach- personal charm are wilhin easy reach. Pepto-Manga- n is responsible for the present health and happiness of the usands who formerly were thin. Ptpto-Manga- n helped place these folks in the full blooded, energetic pale languid and easily rh.tu...PERMANENT... vigorous class and it probably Ctl do the same for you. Makes Cheeks their quotas Red purchase of Treasury Saving have in the Certifi- TRY A WANT AD TODAY DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. Hon - roitauis the elements that make rich, healthy blood. And as a result of the increased supply of red blood that creates, the entire system attains the vigor that belongs to every man and Pepto-Manga- n Pepto-Mangan DENTIST A Office Hours: c I a. m. to 12 M. p id. to'.i p. at. iways In office durtDjr office hours inington, Ky. woman. "These Rats Wouldn't Eat My Best Grain," Says Fred Lamb. It's hard to keep rats out of a feed store. Tried for years. A neighboring It store sold me some worked wonders. Gathered up dead rats every morning. Bought more Haven't a rat now. They wouldn't eat my best grain when I threw around." Three RAT-SNARAT-SNARAT-SNA- P sizes, :.'5e, 50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by E A. Hardesty. Stephensport; Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport; and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardirsij.irg. Fordson Tractor The Fordson pounds is machine and will pull two 14 is designed as a two-ploinch plows in the stiff est soil. It will maintain a drawbar pull of In low gear a drawbar pull of liiiOO 1800 pounds t plowing speed. w obtained. gallons The fuel consumption varies with conditions; two and The amount of ground of kerosene per acre being a fair average. 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. Regarding the rumor being circulated, that they are going to discontinue making Fordson Tractors, we want to assure you that this is unHenry Ford & Son will manufacture approximately 150,000 true. Tractor 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 Tracton. a Our answer to all rumors, etc., is simply this: "If we can't-taktractor Fordson Tractor and do any work that any other can do, in less time and do it better and more economically, we will expect the prospective purchaser to buy the other tractor. one-half o six-inc- Miss Eva Basham is the guest of friends in Louisville, this week W. I. Schopp returned from Louisville. Saturday. Mrs. O. C. Shellman was in Cloverport, Friday, shopping. Mrs C. P. Pullen is visiting friends at Kingswood. Mrs. C. B. Waggoner was the weekend guest of relatives at Floral and Hawesville. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hardesty at- tended the Centenial at Evansville, last week. Dr. O. E. Ferguson, Mrs. Ferguson and little daughter, Miss Virginia, were in Louisville, last week. Rev H. S. English delivered an excellent sermon at the Baptist church Sunday evening. Mrs. A. B. Crawford was the guest of Mrs. Wm. Pumphrey, Cloverport, Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. E. J. Bandy is the guest of her niece, Miss Nannie Board, Gar- - STEPHENSPORT relatives and field. Misses Hawkins, week-end Helen and Mary Agnes of near Hardinsburg, were guests of Mrs. Chas May- - e ten-twen- sey. Mrs. Eugene Connor and Mrs. M Rome, Ind., were in F. Wedding, Evansville, last week attending the Centenial. Rev. H. 8. English will preach at next Sunday the Baptist church morning at 11 o'clock. Miss Mamie Jordan, of Webster, was the guest of Miss Myra Rollins last week. W. B. Gardner was in Cloverport, F. L. CANNON & SON Mc DANIELS. KENTUCKY Authorized distributors of Fordson Tractors for Breckinridge County. Saturday. 'ALK about smokes, Prince Albert is geared to a joy handout standard that just lavishes smokehappiness on every man game enough to make a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new I Get it straight that what you've hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty m P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality! You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink w nen he's off the water ! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process ! You just lay back like a regulai fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care to remember back ! Wifey: "You don't give me preaents now like you used to before we were married" Hubby: "Now, look here, dear did you ever hear tell of a fish-- 1 criuati giving bait to the fish he had caught ?T' Toppy rmd bag, Vine Albert momryuihmrm tobacco it Bold. rmd tint, handtumm pound and half pound tin numtdorm and that clmvmt, practical pound crystal glass humidor with mpongm moimtmnmr top that kmmpm tkm tobacco in muck pmrfmct condition. Buy tidy lm&Ku, it J Reynold Tobacco Co., Winston-Sale- m, N. C PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY than OCTOBER 3PJ ft, The Breckenridge News do the work with even leas waste if the corn ia harvested by band. Furthermore, they make bet-- I ter gains than when fed. Thus there JNO. D HABBAGK. Editor and Publisher is a double advantage. ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY o EIGHT PAGES Uniform new hags, tightly packed 1919 and neatly sewed, give the shipment 43rd YEAR OF SUCCESS 1876 of wool a good appearance that IUMCMPTION hates brings a better price 10c R I A Real Tobacco and Corn Exhibit Choice ham and breakfast ba?on can he produced hy the farmer for much less than the cost of purchased NOTICF. To SUBSCRIBERS DepartWhen yon have finished reading your copy of THE BR EC K EN R I DOE NEWS hand It to meat, says the United State ment of Agriculture. friend who in not a subscriber ; do not throw it away or destroy it. o OCTOBER 29, 1919 Suppose 20 boys in this county WEDNESDAY, start a bank account with $ft oO to tlutr credit as Viv Robertson is offerCrop Estimates. I'nited States De- ing them, and keep adding to it for partment of Agriculture. Prices paid a year, what an opportunity it is" for for this fruit, from ciders to a grade them to build up a little fortune by are the highest since apple growing the time they enter manhood A year's The use of cattle for harvesting became a commercial industry. training in the saving habit wijj not corn succeeds very well if hogs are only keep them but help the comHotter organization and better. co- munity. later tttrncil m to clean up what the cattle may have left on the ground, operation among the organizations says the United States Department now existing were the themes of ad- Care in Planning Earth Roads of Agriculture Cattle may be used dresses when the Gloucester County In view of the present widespread thus almost as successfully as sheep (N J.) Board of Agriculture recently held a boat picnic, in which 850 actively in every form of road buildor hogs. persons, N per cent of thm farmers ing, and since nearly all public roads roads, Parents have you called the atten- and members of their families parti- are laid out originally as earth of the the .Bureau of Public Roads tion of your 1,' year old boy to what cipated. e We can beat this down here in United States Department of Agrithem? If you haven't, read his Rohertson is offering to do for Breckinridge county. Kentucky. Re- culture emphasizes the bearing that cently the Corn, Clover and Stock the location and design of dirt roads vertisement in this issue! o Club held a Community Fair where have on future highway improvement. The commercial apple crop for the ,000 people attended. 7; per cent of In locating and designing public roads the following considerations them being farmers Editor, United States is estimated at :.'.'l,l should be borne in mind barrels, or an increase of 10,"i,()o0 Sharp curves should be avoided beA most excellent way of harvesting barrels over the September estimate, i, a production of nf ,),,. corn crop is to cause they are a menace to traffic. ,inr compared with The width should be ample for barrels in 1!)1H, according to "hog it down," says the United States the October report of the Bureau of . zip .. tiucnt of Agriculture The hogs vehicles to pass each other without leaving the traveled way.. If a road ever becomes of any importance, its users considerable probably will demand that all the steeper grades be reduced to the low-t-maximum that would conform to the general topography of the region which the road traverses. A Let the road planners remember that aside from the advantages to traffic of a short route, each mile of In placing money at interest the additional road involves a considerquestion of safety should not be alable extra yearly expense for maintenance, and this alone may warlowed for a moment to come second rant the extra expense of shortening to any other consideration. the route when the road is constructed, provided that the decrease in disFor this reason, the 3 per cent tance does not materially increase the Certificates of Deposit issued by this steepness of the grades. Land lines should be regarded only bank are ideal investments as, in adin so far as this may be done withdition to paying satisfactory interest, out decreasing the usefulness of the road or increasing its ultimate cost. they afford unquestioned safety. The pleasing features of the route They are safeguarded by the censer-vativ- e that a large part of the travel on should not be overlooked Remember methods of this institution, most country roads is for pleasure. the ability and high standing of its Avoid the necessity for subsequent changes in location. Such changes officers and Directors as well as by nearly always work hardship on some its Capital, earned Surplus and Unof those who have built homes along divided Profits amounting to over the original highway. ,:inrs l.o. als Subscription pricr Sift 0 I year: ftOc for 4 months; 7.V lor fl month, charged for Mr line ami he (or rach additional insertion Card of Thanks, ovrr ft lines, line, money at in charger) for At the rate of V prr the rat of 10c per lin. Obituaries Kxammr thr Ishrl on your paprr. If ii it not correct, please notify at. adsnor o of Breckinridge County Product Only On Saturday, Nov. 15th, we will have a tobacco and corn exhibit in our Banking Room and feel that it would be worth your while to be a contestant in this show, we are ging to give to the contestants 985.06 in premiums to be divided as follows: BURLEY $10.00 for the best sample of Burley $." 00 for the second best sample of Burley $; 50 for the third best sample of Burley $7.50 for the best general purpose Burley $.V0o FARM AND STOCK CORN $2.50 $1 00 $5.00 $2.50 $1.00 RED TOBACCO $1000 for the Best Prior $5.00 for the second best Prior $2.50 for the third best Prior ONE SUCKER $10.00 for the best one sucker $5.00 for the second best one sucker $2.50 for the third best one sucker for for for for for for the the the the best white corn second best white corn third best white corn best yellow corn the best yellow corn the third best yellow corn SWEEPSTAKE Special premium of $8 00 to the man winning the largest of premiums, in First Class. ad-Vi- Four pounds of tobacco to constitute a sample, and ten ears of corn, no samples will be received before Nov. 12th, and all tobacco and corn exhibited is to be the property of the Bank. Judges to be the best to be had, and all parties will go by number and not by name, and no one will be permitted to see the samples until the Show begins, no samples will be received after 12 :00 o'clock A. M. day of exhibition. All Exhibits To Be of the 1919 Crop -t Question of Safety FARMERS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY HAVE YOU TRIED A NEWS CLASSIFIED AD? $1 10.000 00 o Bank of Hardinsburg The JBanJc tJz Trust Co. HARDINSBURG, KY. at makes you eeJ at ffome" Better Roads for United States. Maine, by an overwhelming vote, recently indorsed the proposal to raise the bonded, indebtedness of State highways from $2,000,000 to $10,000,00.:, giving an additional to be spent on the State road showing a country-wid- e movement system. This is one of the instances for better highways, as reported to the United States Department of Agriculture, which administers the Federal Aid A mam's best pal is his smoke Road Act. s W.Xggl wsaaa Jk BBsS MM been widely used lately in many fields of work. Some times it has been hard to define. Here is a definition, sponsored by the College of Agriculture of Ohio State University, that has made a hit with the agricultural club What is Cooperation? Cooperation is the foundation stone and life of the Agricultural Extension Service. It is a term that has 'Let's do the darn job together" Ches. workers Cooperation means to conduct yourself that others can work with : Field you. Tk Story of a Turret Captain ftVomntion in the Navy comet quickly to In who qualify for higher ratings. 1S99 A. P. Nilsson enlisted in the Matry as an Apprentice Seaman. 3rd class-IApril 1907 he was rated Chief Turret Captain. His pay today ia $165 76 pet if Mi. aJ4" 1M A mans life r aswafMa WJSB) among men ! ' ' Reel them off "Rio",Gibraltar, Ceylon, Yokohama all the great ports of the world are they only places on the map to you or are they ports where you've gone sailing in from the high seas with every eye along the shore turned admiringly on your big ' ship your ship I Every ocean has a United States ship sailing for some port worth seeing. If you've any call in you for a full life join, and color all your years ahead with memories of things worth seeing with knowledge worth having with an inexhaustible fund of sea tales and adventures picked up ashore and afloat that will make you a welcome man in any company. Work? sure, and a man's work it is, among men. Play? well, rather, with a bunch of men who know how to play. These comrades of yours carry in their ears the sounds of great world cities, of booming guns, of swashing seas sounds you will share with them and that will never die away. And when you come home, you'll face life ashore with level eyes for Uncle Sam trains in as well as The Navy builds straight m no mollycoddles. mmU-rehai- ue t. Airplane in Crop Reporting. The first use of the airplane in crop reporting was made April 30, 1919, by Col. J. L. Cochrun, Ohio field agent for the Bureau of Crop Estimates, United States Department of Agriculture, who made a survey of the progress of spring plowing in Montgomery County, Ohio, from a A fairly good conflying machine. ception of the progress of spring work was obtained, as well as the proportion of the total acreage that was under cultivation. o home curing of pork, says the I'nited States Department of Agriculture, is a good practice and should be more extensively adopted. Ti e ChesterfieldsP First of all, fine tobaccos. Our own buyers in the Orient send us the pick of the finest Turkish varieties (Xanthi, Cavalla, Smyrna and Samsoun). We blend these by a secret method with specially choice Domestic leaf. This method brings out new qualities of flavor a smoothness, a richness, a mellowness that go right to the spot. That's the reason Chesterfields satisfy. which cannot be copied. Every package has a moisture-proo- f wrap ping another reason for Chesterfield's unchanging quality of flavor. YVf HY is it that more and more smokers (millions now) are getting together with And remember-,Satisfy- " is Chesterfield's secret, based on our own private formula, THE PEOPLE'S OPPORTUNITY Kentuckians have never in theirs lives had a finer opportunity to do the State a real service than they will have November 4. A candidate of any party ever measured up to a higher standard of citizenship than Governor James D. Black. A christian gentleman, whose lift has been an open book, respected and esteemed by his neighbors without regard to parly; a lawyer of ability and a successful business man, his candid-ge- y should appeal to those Kentuckians who hold the welfare of the State above any party and especially to those who have fought the battles of Democracy for so many years. Governor Black has been a Democrat in a section of Kentucky where men were Democrats solely from principle He is entitled to the vote of He every Democrat in Kentucky. should get the vote of every independent. If he does that the doom of the Republican millionaire combine Mayfield 4 is assured November Messenger. Mure than 8,000 Indians were in the military service during the European war and more than a third of these Indians purchased were volunteers. more than $10,000,000 worth of Liberty bonds. Enlist for two years. Excellent opportunities for advancement. Four weeks holidays with pay each year. Shore leave to see inGood food Men always learning. land sights at ports visited. and Brst uniform outfit free. Pay begin- the day you enlist. OaS recruiting station. If you do full information from your nearest not know whare the nearest recruiting station is, ask you Postmaster. He knows. fnesterfie SJaan i as. U. S .Navy Shove off ! - Join the 1 20 for 20 cents and the blend can't be copied OCTOBER 29. 1919 The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER US, THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY Vincennes, Ind , spent the with Mrs. Rowland. ISIS week-end PAGE 5 Catered at the Pott Offirr at Clorrport, Kj arcond etaaa .natter. fHIS PAPFR REPRESEN Mrs Harry Newsom and daughter. Miss Margaret Newsom, spent Friday and Saturday in Louisville Mr and Mrs. John Lawson and children, John Arthur and Louise, spent the week-enin Louisville, the guest? of Mr. Lawson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lawson. d ' I D FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE of Preston. Ky.. have been the guests CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS of Mr Friel's parents. Mr. and Mrs NOTR l'lrne notify thr rctifor you John Ryan. oVuirf advert itemmu diacofitinued. Mi I Ruth Chambliss attended the t .rd Miller wedding in liar NAI.K. IMarrr piano, ajooft a new ned, Thursday. AIo hrxnm out fit Price low for oirlc salr t am moving aa F.rneat Drjarnrttr, Mr.? Jas Crawford, of Stephens-por- t Cloverport, Kjr. kl the giust of Mrs. W. G Pum-plirelull sere (arm Jr. and Mr. Pumphrey for a FOR SAI.K on New Federal five milea from Cloverport Highway. New few davs this week. dwelling ami pod nutlniililinca (ices' seek i IP Tor sale HALLOWEEN Friday. October 31st NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OENFRAL OFFICM Ridgeway and son. James Franklin, spent the week-enin Louisville, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mattingly. J. B. d Mrs Mi- a A II will arrive KATES FOR POLITICAL For For For For Precinct and City Offici I 2 no County Offirra t ft on State and Diatrict Opcea a i r. no Calla, per line .10 10 for t ariln. per line For all Puhlicationa in the intereat of or expreaaion ot Individ- individual! ual views, per line .10 STARK-LOWMA- Wednesday afternoon for visit with her daughter, Mrs. Fldred Habbagf. and Mr Itabbage. logers, of KarlinKton, arrl ; plenty of water; land enmnaratively level. Clnar to achoolhoaae and church. For further infomation call or write Kd Mdridfe. Haweaville, Ky. KUR SAI.K I.inni pounds ..( line std Mm I. v tohaccn Hemic Wilaon. Weal View. Ky KOH Mrs. Marvin Spencer and son, Marvin Spencer, ) of Louisville, re the guests of Mrs. Spencer's grandmother, Mrs. Mike Hamman, and other relatives. . Miss Lelia Tucker is in Louisville, visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Neubauer. Mrs. Wm. Mullen is in Irvington. the guest of her daughter, Mrs Ed McAfee, and Mr McAfee SAI.K K J. Surra anil cowa. good feedera Christian, ("lovrrport, Ky FOB SAL K Flvt pasarngrr Overland Touring; Car. Mo.lel lltl In good condition Price right Hardinshurg Auto Co., Har dinahurg, Ky. The Night When the Spooks and Goblins Go Forth N CO. Representatives Louisville Rev A. Couch. Mr. O. T Skill-ma- n WANTED Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Morrison and and Mr. R. L. Oelze attended the Grand Chapter of the Masonic little daughter. Mary Jo, of Irving-ton- , WANTED To rent a good farm, or M were the Sunday guests of Mr. Lodge, Louisville, last week. acrea with 2 houaea for familiea. Will pay Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morrison's parents, caah rent or part of the crop Bowman Mrs. R. O. Willis and daughter, Morrison. Brothers, Hardinshurg. Ky Koute t, Miss Martha Willis, spent Sunday WTKD A place aa tenant on a farm, and Monday in Louisville. want to raiae 10 of IB acrea of tohacco and will have one good second hand wheat drill for sale in a few days at half price. Call and see me. Julian H. Brown, Cloverport, Ky. I We have all the Fun Makers N in Mrs Elizabeth Geer, Misses Eva and Eliza May, went to Louisville, Sunday to be the guests of Capt. J. R. Dunleve and Mrs. Dunleve, who entertained with a theater party, to hear Mme Schumann-Hein- k and Frank LeForge concert. Society Items Of Local Interest aa much corn aa I can tend three hoya to work Ola Miller. Right, l.ouiavillc, Ky. Self ."V46 and Main HALLOWEE Jack-O-Lanter- NOVELTIES WANTED TENANT. WAXTKD-- - A tenant on a farm with family, to work on the aharea, or for wagea. Quim-Wooaley, Wehater, Ky. A tenant for my farm lying tear WANTM Custer in Breckinridge county, Ky.. good ground, good house and in good community, Miss Edith Plank, who has been Hayman-Lewi- s Wedding visiting her sister, Mrs. E. C. Mc Donald, and Dr. McDonald, in Pitts Takes Place in Hawesville. burg, Kans., arrived here Tuesday to The wedding of Miss Alice Hag-mabe the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ira of Skillman and Mr. Raphael D. Behn, and Mr. Behen, before re Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carter and turning to her home in Hickory, N Lewis, of this city, was solemnized son, Floyd Nevitt, of Irvington, are C. Catholic circh in the Hawesville the guests of Mrs. Kate Carter. Tuesday morning. October 2H, at 7:45 Mrs. W. H. Bowmer left Monday o'clock. The nuptial mass was said . : i Mr. and Mrs. Francis Friel and tor macro, . visit. incr sisicr, ivirs by Rev. Mensa in the presence of the i 10 rhilrlrpn tl,,. Hawes. nf w v 1., two families and a few close friends Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Miss Cecila Hagman was her sisRyan. Mrs. C. W. Moorman, Jr., left for ter's maid of honor and only attend-ent- . Louisville, to spend several days with Mr. Joe Burke, of this city Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson, of her sister, Mrs. Nellie Burke. acted as best man Eyansville are spending this week Immediately after the ceremony, with Mr. Johnson's sister, Miss Susie Mrs. A. N. Couch will be hostess Mr and Mrs. Lewis left for the counJohnson. to the Ladies Reading Club, Thurs try home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hagman. of Skill-maMrs. W. J. Piggott, Jr., and dauh-ter- , day, of this week. where a wedding breakfast was Miss Frances Clare Piggbtt, of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Friel and son, served to the bridal party. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis expect to remain this week with Mr. and Mrs. Hagman after which they will leave for Cheynne, Wyoming where the groom holds a railroad position Those who attended the we'ding from Cloverport, were Mr. and firs. James Lewis, parents of the groom, and Celesta Brown, Mary Joe Mat-M- r and Mrs. Paul Lewis, Misses May tingly, and Mr. J. A. Sapp. I On Friday and of -I j Pumpkin Lanterns; Comic Masks; Wigs and 'Beards. good contract, will furnish team and tools to right man Tenant must luce a working force of two or more hernia A Idrrsa me Creendale, Fayette County K.ntJcky. j. W. Trent. show for a crop anil will (fiv- - good FOR RENT FOR RENT, OR SAI.K- - The Clen Uean Hotel. F'ine opening for hotel man. given Ian. 111. lirjO. J. C. Mattingly, (ilen Dean, Ky. LOST STRAYED HOUND DOG STRAYKDOne Mack speckled hound dog. notify Will (irant. F'rymire, Ky., and receive reward. - J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. SPECIAL SALE Friday and Saturday Only Wednesday afternoon of last week for her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Jones, of Louisville, who was her guest for the week The members of the younger set were invited to meet Mrs. Jones, and they delightfully surprised her by presenting her with many useful kitchen utensils after which refreshments were served the guests. Birthday Party For Charles Moorman Re d ing games and partaking of the lightful refreshments. de- - afternoon at her home on Railroad street. Uncie Slatai. Politics," said Uncle Kben, "Is irhty mislendln'. Dp nmn dat Is able intertaln de bigges' uudience ain't m gineter git de mos' votes." Saturday this week only, am having a special sale on ladies hats and dresses with a nice line from which to make your selection. Mrs. Harry Newsom will be hostess to the Wednesday Club this week. Mrs. A. N. Couch entertains the Ladies Reading Club on Thursday Reception for Mrs. H. W. Rogers, of Earlington. Eldred A. Babbage has invitations for a reception on Thursday afternoon of this week at her home in the West End, to meet her mother, Mrs. H. W. Rogers, of Earlington, Ky. Mrs. Babbage extended invitations to forty guests, who will be received between the hours of 4 to 0 o'clock. Mrs. Haffey-Beavin Reduced Prices on Hats and Dresses The hats are in all the new shades and styles, both large and small. The dresses are in satin, serge, tricotine, wool jersey and velvetine. These are beautiful garments, and this sale is an opportunity that no woman can afford to miss. Come early before things are picked over. party Thursday afternoon at their home on River street, to honor the eighth birthday of their youngest son, Charles Moorman Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Reid extended inguests who vitations to thirty-fou- r happily enjoyed the afternoon play- - Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Reid gave a SPECIAL PRICES ON SEASONABLE Ladies Splendid ribbed values. quality Union Price Ladies Suits MERCHANDISE wool white Infants sweater coats. Sizes 22 and 24 mixed per garment $125 ribbed $1.98 Solemnized Wedding Tuesday Silverware Extra weight. LTnion Suits, heavy efflrs. Ethel O. Hills Cloverport, Kentucky and Mr. Carl Beavin, both of Cloverport, was quitely solmnized Tuesday at 9 o'clock in the St. Rose church Rev. J. S. Henry said the nuptial mass in the presence of the friends and relatives of the bride and groom. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Beavin will be at home in this city. -o Mrs. Stanley Jones Given a Kitchen Shower. Mrs Graham Jolly entertained on The marriage of Miss Susie Haffey That is Guaranteed Good, dependable wares the kind that wears in artistic and refined designs. silver-plate- d For winter tfi CA mixed v" Boy's Corduroy school suits in all sizes, receiv ! CA ff I A Cf ed new shipment?' ww aplU.UU Boy's Corduroy pants Special sale price sizes. only in Men's fine quality Grey Union Suits. $2.25 values all J ribbed ajl.70 Ci AO Children's good quality hose. 5 to Block only. 9l2..-- .. Sizes Every Article in Gold and Silver GUARANTEED 'C aVuC We ask you to call and examine our stock. Our prices are most inviting. Misses fine quality mercerized Lisle ribbed hose, colors CA vUL black and white Infants blue fiber silk sweater At special sale coats. $1 50 price . A full line of Misses, Children's, Men's, Women's and Infants coats and sweater coats at equally low prices. We carry a complete line of staple and fancy groceries, and Also cigars seasonable produce. and tobacco. "The Old Jeweler, of Hirdinsburg. 1 8 Easy to carry; invert the ioot rails and use them as carriers. " ! T. C LEWIS Golden Rule Store Cloverport, Ky. Remember the name rXrX!K, Lincoln Savings Bank & Heat the whole house by attaching a pipe to the large double heater collar and conduct as much heat as is desired to upper rooms. Trust Company Fourth and Market Streets MOORE'S AIR TIGHT HEATERS Surface ground ash door and draft slide door, the points are make an of an inch. ground to fit within The draft slide lever works smoothly and perfectly. air-tight Louisville, :- -: Kentucky . spei-iulists- In till husiness We live tcdiiv in an Hire of those who have nen to their present doininunce there are because of years of experience and study. More especially in the hanking bui ess. The management of this bank is handled bv men only of this cla who have made u MWMH in their lines and are especially qualitied to handle your Hanking and Trust business, and on this basis we solicit your patronage. The ash pit surface is ground. The door and pit are clamped together and drilled in jigs when door is closed and locked. Moore's Heater is both air and water-tigh- t. Nickel parts are beautiful and elaborate. Air-Tight MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE semi-annually. SYSTEM. High class live per cent first mortgage real estate bonds for sale, interest paid OFFICERS V J I. M'LLKIT, l'resideut 1 M Vice President ATHKRTON, Vice President R. S f J I P ..j.!!!.!!. II K K N H I'Al'L COMt'T W. J. HOHNK, Treasurer )N, Secretary Send us orders. We can make prompt BltBNMIt, Asst. Sec'y Us H C H RAPIKR, Assistant Treasurer P. L shipment. F0RDSVILLE F0RDSVILLE, PLANING JAKE DIRECTORS R Aley MILL COMPANY Maaauar Atberton Chas. Bensiugir C. E. ClaKKett J WILSON KENTUCKY liernlieilii Wottd Cradv Huniplireyb T. V. J Uulleit W t'ratt Uale W Hume Logan C Hero Frank Miller XX XX XX XX xx xx xx xx xx xx xx: :xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxg PAGE THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY OCTOBER tt, 40 YEARS KENTUCKY Dear old J ool-pro- ON THE JOB put in 40 years a a practical druggist (now in my 4th year) and compounder of prescriptions before I put Number 4i For The Blood on the market and at this late date in life I would not recommend a medicine that I did not believe was equal or superior to any other. I have observed the effect of Number 40 in thousands of cases and use it universally in my own family for blood poisoning in any form. For constipa tion, billiousness, stomach and liver troubles For chronic .rheumatism, catarrh, eczema and all skin troubles There is more Number 40 sold and used in this vicinity than all other blood medicine combined J C Sold and F.vansville. Ind. by Wedding's Drug recommended Store. Cloverport. Ky. I Men-denhal- l, State Kentucky: Fnirfmnk.i-Mart- e 1 Groetir Engine Value OVER I -- 250,0 o farmers t!e "Z" engine. the richest, poorest. Urgent or least. Rut for genuine hospitality, for honorahle men. fast horses and pretty women, you have all the other States "hested", by far. Again, I would mention the high, rocky hill, rivera, flocks and herds, the beautiful shady roadways and running brooks, the green fields and blue skies, the happy homes and loving hearts, which make it a "little hit of Heaven," this side of Heaven. The very best place God ever made on earth. "A garden of love" My paradise, Kentucky. Written by Mary Louise Ves-sell17 Fountain Ave., Evans-ville- , Ind. s, in the I 'nion. neither are you State in the union, neither are yon You are The Stuff They're Made of Marks Their Worth mileage, the uninterrupted service that Fisk Tires give, starts with their built-i- n goodness. Big way oversize tough; measure their mileage against smy tire you have ever used. They ore built to an ideal "To be the Beat Concern in the World to Worh for and the Sr iarest Concern in Exutence to do Bueineee with.' pHE greater They know it is powerful, dependable end practically gine. SECURES A NEW LEASE ON LIFE THROUGH TRIAL "I'm 67 But I Feel Young And Strong. Since Using Tru-tonaStephens Says. ," , truly a great enBut rev; xic announce Next Time SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS the oiu KKatisn which could possibly improve the "Z" performance Bosch high tension, oscillating magneto ignition. 5 So bt U3 chow jou in detail this greater engine value. Our serJiee t; ou is remarkably complete end we are assisted by a nearby Bosch Service Station. 5 Prices H. P. 3 H. P. $125.00 $75.00 1 BUY FISK For Sale By All Dealers rim lo R. NEW MERCHANDISE RECEIVED A ri.iu U.-- T good tins ol Children's Hosiery Several bolls of 6 H. P. $200.00. A11F.O.B. Factory. FORDSVILIE IAKE Attractive Ginghams Staple and Fancy Groceries W. B. GARDNER Stephensport. Ky. FORDSVULE. PLANING MILL CO. WILSON. Manaacr KENTUCKY When In need oi a MONUMENT or marker, write or call J. P. Keith, Elizabethtown, Ky. Will be in Cloverport two days each month. Write for appointment. Am in position to save you money on anything in this line that you might need. said recently. "I had a bad cough," Mr. Stephens said in describing his case. "During I mov8 the severe winter of ed from the country into town and contracted a bad cold at that time. I didn't dare to exert myself as I would invariabily suffer a severe coughing spell if I did. I think I used every cough syrup I could find and I tried several other means but I didn't get relief from the cough until I began using Trutona. "My friends told me I looked wretched and I certainly felt that way Moved To Louisville. I before I began taking Trutona. Gentlemen: Please find enclosed came home from the south, where I had been working, presumably to die, check for $1.50 for which send me but now I feel like a different man. your paper to 1237 W. Jefferson St. The severe cough has practically dis- Louisville, Ky. G. E. Shively. appeared now. As I said, I'm feeling Don't Want to Miss a Copy. young and strong at the age of sixty-seveMr. J. D. Babbage. Cloverport, Ky. Friend: Enclosed find Here is another of thousands of My Dear cases where Trutona has brought long needed relief after other medicines had failed. The perfect tonic is almost unfailing in its successful treatment of stomach, liver and bowel troubles, nervousness, sleeplessness, loss of appetite and the like. As a reconstructive tonic, system purifier and body invigorant, Trutona is equally as efficient. Trutona is now being introduced and explained in Cloverport at Wed1917-191n. Oct J7. 1919 "I'm years old but regardless feel young and strong of my age today, since taking Trutona." Joseph Stephens, a Louisville carpenter who lives at Ml West Kentucky street, Louisville, Ky 1 sixty-seve- n check for renewal of my subscription for The Breckenridge News. I don't want to miss a copy for it is like a letter from home to us while we are away. Wishing you success, 1 re main. Yours truly, C. B. Miller. Please find enclosed check for $1.50 for The Breckenridge News another year. Respectfully, Maud Smith, 4547 South Third St., Louisville, Ky. When b rich roan departs tms u without leaving a good will there Isn't much peace on earth among the re From Miss Smith. Mr. John Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Tnnlnlne holrs xxxxxx 9 1 I To the Breckinridge County Boys at Lex's Pharmacy; in Irvington at ding's Drug Store; Park's Pharmacy. Rat-Sna- in Hardinsburg, Where There's a Baby On Farm Keep For Sale! MY FARM 2 Miles South East of Hardinsburg, FIRST TRACT: The first tract has ISO acres some level, some rolling, all tillable, strong limestone land, has a good two story residence of (J 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 lt 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., Rats are on most farms. Once they get inside the house look out. Rats kill infants biting them is not unNursing bottles attract rats. usual. Brake a cake of RAT-SNA- P and throw it around It will surely rid you of rats and mice. Three sizes, 25c, .10c. $1 00. Sold and guaranteed by E. A. Hardesty, Stephensport, Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. LETTERS WE between Hartford and Leitchf ield Roads APPRECIATE Subscribes For Six Months. Please sand me The Breckenridge News for 6 months. 1 enclose 75 cents to pay for some. I am yours truly, Mrs. Cordelia Dooley, Kirk, Ky. Renewal From Illinois. Editor of The Breckenridge News: Enclosed find check to the amount of $1 .10, renewal for The Breckenridge News. Don't want to miss a number as it is just like a letter from home. For Breckinridge county or part of it is dear to us, as our dearest friends and our loved ones live there. Best wishes to The News. Mrs. R. S. Pate, Boody, III. MRS. LEWIS PAYNE HARDINSBURG, KY., R. F. D. No. I Change of Address. Mr. J no Babbage. Dear Sir: As we are leaving the city, I will ask you to change The Breckenridge News from 1006 South '.'tith St , Louisville, to Hardinsburg, Route No. 8 Box 31. Please don't fail to change the address, and oblige. Mrs. Otis Taul. A New Subscriber. Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find a check for one dollar and fifty cents ($1 50) for one year subscription to ($1.50) for one year's subscription to Mrs. Anna Elder. Hardinsburg, Ky. SERVICE- - The ''Prudent Man" Protects His Home With a Bank Account Money PILED UP in the bank is the one sure protection against the storms of adversity. No man who has a home and family should en5 z danger the security of his home or the comfort of w es his family should he be taken away from them. U MONEY IN THE BANK will best insure the comfort of a man's wife and children. As you earn money bank it regularly and make your family independent. Arkansas Subscriber. Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Please find enclosed check for $1.50 for which send The Breckenridge News one year Yours, D. C. Clenunons, Fisher, Ark., Box 65. J. C. Payne Renews. Mr. J. D. Babbage: Find enclosed one dollar and fifty cents for which extend my subscription to The BreckNews another year and enridge oblige. J. C. Payne, Lodiburg, Ky. I 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. 1 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. FIRST STATE BANK Irvlngton, Ky. PROGRESS - Wants Address Changed Mr J. D Babbage. Dear Sir: Please change my paper to Rock Haven, Ky., Route No. 1, and oblige. Pete Sheeran. OCTOBER 89. 1919 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE r CHINESE BECOME SOCIAL PIONEERS EM Men THIS FARM FOR SALE In nlcr tO close out pa rt of my btltifMtt, am offering for sale this beautiful tract of land, 186 Acres, Lying on Daniel's Creek, One Mile from Glen Dean, in the Heart of Breckinridge I and Women Form Good Club Together Under Y. W. C. A. Leadership. Fel-lowsh- io The Vslvflt tin is twice as bisj The flood Fellowship OMl hns mod Its spfMsrssacs is iseiscj in BrafriMVi Oil mi. It ln'i:iin with the desire of n prv (jresslve young Chinese doctor to lve Ills compatriots, HSpSCislly tlM t'lir!-- t In iis. some lienltliful form of social In- - as shown here tirrasrss, Ifes, Sir. the Young Fellows are Taking Right Up with this Friendly Tobacco course other forms of smoking are all right in their way, but there is something intimate and friendly-lik- o the kind of a thing that about a pipc-ju- st forward-locliin- g chaps take to like ducks take to water. OF :4 Most of them weren't bom with a silver spoon in their mouths, and the low cost cf Velvet Tobacco doesn't hurt its popularity not so as you could notice it Fifteen cents! Just a dime and a nickel the price of a few smokes in othsr forms, but which put into Velvet Tobacco, give a fellow almost a week's good smoking. Then again it is mild, well-mellow- ed, smooth, friendly. It got that way by its eight long seasons of ripening in wooden hogsheads a slow, expensive method, but the best that's been found yet Velvet's the kind cf a companion for fellows to tie up to! It gets 'em in the home habit For a pipe of good tobacco is a homey kind of thing. Young man, meet your good chum, Velvet, in its jolly red tin! ClSHSSiS for a (rood, clenn, social life SnOMH ChflMM people nre very limited I'nltl recently hecomlnt: a I'hrlstlnn often RMRBl ctlttinK oneself off from one's friends nnd relntiw's, also from feast lnys nnd festlvnls. As for Joint meetings of men nnd women well, such n thing wns never heard of In decent society. The young doctor's plnn of hnvlng I cluh where men nnd their wives might come together to enjoy n good time with ench other wns dlscournged and sniffed :it. However, n few people to lie pioneers in the cause tA SOdsl Intercourse, nnd Y. W. C. A. Mt retnrles agreed to help make the club n success At first the meetings of the c!dh were laughed nt hy outsiders nnd the whole nffnlr considered n Joke. However, the members kept on meeting, first nt one house nnd then nt nnother Soon the men got over the feeling of strnngeness nt storting out with their wives on Tue'silny evening for n friend's home. The women begun to enjoy the outing nnd to take part In the dlSfWSSlOBS SB Intelligent pnrt, too much to the surprise of their husbands. The membership grew. The club's fame begnn to sprend. At first the discussions of the cluh were conducted In English. Soon It became necessnry for them to be curried on In Chinese so thnt more of the women could understand and tnke pnrt. Many of the scoffers begun to apply for ndmlssion. The members begnn indulging in much friendly chaffing nnd occasionally forgot their dignity to play Jokes on one Finally It became so large another. that It had to he divided Into two sections, which met separately three Tuesday evenings in the month and on the fourth Tuesday met together for a Joint session, with a special program. Students Juat returned from American nnd (terman colleges, an old Buddhist scholar who is particularly Interested in the discussion on Buddhism and Christianity, merchants, rnllrond and government officials compose the men's side of the room. The women are still a bit shy about talking In front of so many people, hut many of them show algns of great executive ability and power of leadership. They are all well poised, clear thinking Individuals who win have a great Influence on China's future. They discus among themselves group meetings in their various churches, the lack of amusements for Chinese women, social service work, subscription lists for the cake making, types of orphanage, stoves, baby diets, the Intest engagement and other topics such as one would hear discussed by a group of women gathered together any place In America. The social part of the evening Is gv-eover to games, which at first astound the sober Chinese gentlemen, but which they take up with great zest And their after the first venlng. wives enjoy It Just as greatly. Real American picnics are the Intest thing which the club has tried, nnd they are a great success. A Christmas piny Is being pla ined now. n 0M of the best mads ill the county. The land is comparatively level, a great portion being creek bottom, all strongly saturated with lime and especially adapted to clover, t often am on the bullish sjU- of busilHtfl propositions, but in my judgement this is the beat tract of land and the best foundation for a real home in our county. The improvement! consist of tWO tenant houses, good stock barn, com crib, and an extra good tobacco barn ".'iS4 ft., farm well watered, fencing in fair condition. Terms easv and will sell for less than its value. ( n I - VIC ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Ky. Democrats of Kentucky! Vote "Yes" on Thi Ballot Tuesday, Nov. 4. Your Party Hai proved This Amendment in Its Platform Adopted at Louisville. Sure You Get This Ballot and VOTE IT. Ap- Be CONSTITUTIONAL AMENTMENT No. 2 favor of the proposed SBtettdment, ths Commonwealth of to wit: 'After June 80, 1880, the nan facta re, sale or transports) Ion of spirituous, vinous, nmlt or other Intoxicating liquors, except for eao ratnental, medicinal, scientific or sscchsalcsl purposes, In the Commonwealth of Kentucky, berebj prohibited, All Sections or parti thereof of the Constitution, Insofar us t hey may he inconsistent with this Section nre hereby repealed ami nuiliti wj. The General Asaemhly simii ro force this Section by upprnprlute lex is hit on?' " in to the rona citation of ".'.re you Kcn-tuckj- r, YES NO THE MOST No orsmns of the hiimiin body are so Important to health Bad Ions Ufa a the kidneys. When th.v slow up nnd commence to lag in their duties, look out! KtnJ out what the tr'iuble is without delay. Whenever you feel nervous, weak, dizzy. sufTer from sleeplessness, or have pains In the back wake up tl onre. Your kidneys need help. These ,u siuns to warn you that your kidneys are not performing their func-rln,- ,. properly. They are only half Sviua their work and are allowing; Impurities to accumulate and he converted into uric acid and other poisons, which are causing you distress ami will destroy you unless they are driven from your system. DANGEROUS DISEASE Oet some SOLD MEDAL. Haarlem OU Capsules at once. They are an old, tried preparation used all over the world for centuries. They contain only soothing oils romhined with, c strength-Hivin- g and herbs, well known and used by physicians in tholr daily practice. UOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are imported direct from the laboratories :a They are convenient to take), Holland. and will either give prompt relief or your money will be refunded. Ask for them at any drug store, but be sure to Imported OOIJ the original Ket MEDAL, brand. Accept no substitute in sealed packages. Three sizes. system-cleansin- '.(. PERMANENT DENTIST Office Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Of Cattle and Hog Breeders MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. Specializing In Trial Practice DIRECTORY Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 1606-7-- Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky. Building LOUISVILLE Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep. Have won 1000 More Than 20 Years Experience Ribbons at State Kara is Past Five Yeara mi jrjl 3v Eitf of MSmmrv muu rnmMnv. hut not the company of a friendly pipe Velvet. jT James Stucky Says, "Rat Cost Me $125 For Plumbing Bills." "We couldn't tell what was clogging up our toilet and drains. We had to tear up floor, pipes, etc., found a rat's nest in basement. They had choked the pipes with refuse. The plumber's bill for $tt& cleaned the rodent out." Three sizes. 25c, 50c, $1.00 Sold and guaranteed by E. A. Hardesty, Stephensport. Conrad I'ayne & Co., Cloverport and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. RAT-SNA- P DIVIDENDS CERTAIN BIG RETURNS FROM SMALL INVESEMENT From November 2 to 11 an unlimited number of Valley Home Stock Farm W. J. OWEN 4 SONS. Propietore 1 Hardinsburg, Ky., Route Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle THE HOWARD l FARMS RED CROSS MEMBERSHIPS will bt placed Oil sale at BUT HE WENT WITH SPEED herd. J. M HOWARD & SON, Prop. Sliorthoru and Polled Shorthorn. Roan Sultan, on of White-halSultan, heads the herd. Duroc Hogs, Sprsgue Defender heads the Voung stock for Sale at all times. It will pay you to visit our farms. --the Renewal. friendly tobacco t, That Was About All Witness Cared to Testify as to the Qait of Defendant ONE DOLLAR EACH BE SURE TO GET ONE You cannot afford to miss the Third Red Cross Roll Call. Glen Dean, -: :- -: Ky. for $1.50 for the renewal of your paper as per the card sent stating iny subscription had run out. I would have taken care of this Sooner but have been out of the city lor a few days and neglected same check The Breckenridge News, Ky. Gentlemen: Enclosed find Clover-por- till the present time. We just recently returned from our annual big game hunt and can assure we had a very enjoyable lime this year and the accompanying picture shows we had our limit of game. Trusting we shall receive our paper in due time and thanking you for past favors 1 beg to remain. Very truly vours. O. L. Perkins, Pocatello, Idaho. The trial was In the Marlon circuit court, oh uppeal from the police court, where the defendant had been guilty of violating a city ordinance prohibitillustrious In tracing the genealogy of a New ing the throwing of rubbish In the England family that came from Eng- streets, relates the Indianapolis News. land In 1634, Merton T. Goodrich re- The charge had been preferred by a ports to the Journal of Heredity that neighbor, who filed his affidavit setting forth that the defendant had will48 per cent of this man's male descendand maliciously ants have held public office. Of his fully, unlawfully SMS sons, five of them held town of- thrown certain particles of glass Into the street in front of ufiluut's rest-- . fices. Many of the female descenddeuce. ants were teachers. Hardinsburg. Ky. Dealers in HAVE VOIR DOLLAR READY NOV. 9 LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS j BRECKINRIDGE BANK OF CLOVERPORT I SECURITY EDWARD BOWNE, President SERVICE CONTENTMENT PAUL LEWIS. Caafaiar During the iMUlag of testimony In tin' county court l lit defendant's lawyer, with all sails net, let loose his licst line of cross examination of the complaining Mtgttbor. "Von say, Mr. Witness," the lawyer snarled, "thai fm saw this defendant throw Home glass In front of your house and then rim hack to his front door you MM to tcB this court that he ran or Just simply walked fastr" "I guess I know w hen I see a man run," the witness half unswered. "I say, did he run or Just walk fast?" the attorney thundered. "Jlldue, your honor." the witness excitedly replied, an he turned and f ced the Judice. "This here Hume lawyer made ine a liar In police court. He might for all I know gone sixty miles an hour. I ain't no Judgw ot hiinmn ntri'rM C. V. High-Class Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealer in Robertson Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. It will pay you to visit my Stabiaa PARK PLACE Q. N. Lyddan FARMER AND FEEDER Irvington, Ky. WEBSTER STOCK FARM H. H. NORTON. Owner Fanner, Feeder and Dealer in All Kinds of Live Stock. Webltai, ; Kentucky PAGE o THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY 101 OCTOBER to, 191$ iocSIk fon lorzzSlfoTfFoi fc 'oczzrgt' 10-- 20 oi l Ij u The International Titan Without an Equal in Price, Power, or Service And has proven itself to he the most popular plow tractor on the market today. 3 It has a very conservative rating of 1SOO Ihs. on the draw har, hut in numerous tests has developed :iO per cent over this, and you don't need he afraid of its tipping up in front. It is huilt hy a company that manufactures farm implements exclusively. A company that is in business to stay. A company that knows a in. plows farmers needs The Titan will pull and will plow as deep as any farmer needs to have his ground plowed, and will plow on an average of ti to I acres a day w ith a fuel consumption of :?0 to 'It gals, of kerosene or other cheap fuels down to It degrees BlHM 3--14 DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT THESE OTHER MACHINES. Look at the Titan drawbar. Note the provisions for a wide range of adjustment both up and down and sidewise. THE TITAN DRAWBAR FITS EVERY NEED AND IT IS FURNISHED WITHOUT EXTRA COST. The designers of some tractors evidently did not know that the drive wheels throw dirt, dust or mud over the operator and machine unless has such fenders prevent it. The Titan fenders. They are also a "safety first" feature. The state of Michigan has passed a law prohibiting the sale of fendersless tractors. TITAN 0 and call it a draw bar. They seem to have overlooked the fact that a farm tractor not only pulls plows but also mowers, hay loaders, grain bind ers. harvesters, threshers, etc., each requiring different bitch adjustment PERHAPS THEY in. in large wide, friction clutch pulley, diameter with a helt gripping space of over 34 in. of helt. It is equipped with a safety shield, is of the mounted directly on the crank-shasteady Titan engine running ."(() revolutions and delivers the full power to the driven can be quickly backmachine. The Titan 10-ed in to the helt because of the location of the pulley and the belt clears the front wheels and other parts of the tractor by a generous margin. It is not necessary to dig holes for the front wheels to get belt clearance. The Titan pulley was not put on as an afterthought. The designers did NOT overlook it in the first place. SOME tractor builders committed this very serious error, due probably to lack of farm knowledge To remedy this error, they deand experience. pulley, in one size only, signed a small make-shiattached it in an awkward place, and charge vou FRICfl $M to $4o for it THE TITAN TION CLUTCH I'ULLKY IS FURNISHED A , ft M ft 10-S- WHEN YOU BUY A TITAN THE ORIGINAL PRICE INCLUDES FENDERS ARE FURNISHED WITHOUT THE $40 TO 130 EXTRA CHARGE MADE BY THE "LOW PRICE" MANUFACTURERS. Some tractor designers apparently never sat in a tractor seat ten hours a day or more, jolting over rough fields, so they can't appreciate what a relief it is for the tractor operator to rest himself now and then by standing up, without loss tracof time. You will appreciate the Titan 10-- 0 tor platform that enables you to do this. It is a comfort feature furnished regurarly with every Titan 0 tractor NO EXTRA COST. 10--- WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE one was needed Which is the best economy to pay an operator a salary just to sit on the tractor and adjust the fuel to the load variations when engaged in belt work or let a throttle governor do it without extra cost? Do it automatically, perfectly. A governor is to a tractor what a briddle is to a team. Would you work your team without a briddle? The Titan throttle governor saves fuel, prevents, grain losses by delivering uniform power and lengthens the life of both tractor and driven machines YOU GET SOME TRACTORS are sold without governors because, perhaps the designers did not know-tha- t A complete set of sixteen tools is furnished is with every Titan This handy tool-ki- t 0 provided in spite of the fact that Titan tractors get out of order less frequently than any other tractors in the world. Some tractor concerns whose tractors really need frequent adjustments and repairs, furnish nothing hut two or three wrenches. They tell you that their product is so GOOD that it doesn't need adjustments. Do you believe this? As a matter of fact, they omit necessary tools for the same reason they omit the essential features described above to make a low "camouflage price." THE 0 TITON COMPLETE TOOL KIT IS 10-2- 0. 10-210-2- FURNISHED WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Another "joker" of some tractor concerns is to charge you a large "starting and service" fee extra. This is another way of getting a low But you can't get price for advertising purposes. the tractor without paying this charge. They make is THIS GOVERNOR WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. Some tractor builders put a HOOK AND EYE AFFAIR on the tail end of their tractors INTERNATIONAL compulsory THE GIVES YOU THIS SERVICE DEALER WITHOUT ASKING YOU TO PAY EXTRA FOR IT WHEN YOU BUY A TITAN FREE TRACTOR SCHOOLS INAUGURATED ALL OVER THE COUNTRY BENEFIT ALL TRACTOR PURCHASERS. 10-2- 0. Say Mr Ben Hardin, better known as Cousin Lodihurg, we passed your town sometime ago. The Editor Mr. Babbage. was ah ard the train with Li ut He pointed out to us your home fhe Bachelor's Club met last Wed Would have dropped off to spend the nesday at John Phelon's warehouse, night with yo. but did not have the known as the Bachelor Hall Pre price of another ticket to Cloverport. Emil Nolte. called the meeting to Would have had to Hag the hog train order. It seems that Bro. Nolte has next morning. He made the boy. become alarmed. Joe Mtillhatton, Jr. a talk, telling them that the club getting results. Up jumps wasn't Marion McGavock, a big handsome bachelor from the country and says. "Don't lay the blame on me Mr. For Horses, Cattle end Sheep President. I have tried everything Ky. OLD KENTUCKY MFG. CO., he and everyway except powder and For Sale By O. WETHINGTON and n t. may fall for that yet " Gordie p.i all good dealera McGavock was so fat he couldn't jump up. hut he has a voice like a He said. "Bro. Nolte. megaphone. I have tried every thing except a crop of side whiskers. Will go to the ERNEST I) EN HAM drug store and get a bottle of fertilHardlntcurf. Ktntucky izer and go to work on a crop right away." Allen Jennings bobbed up with a chew of tobacco in each corNovmbtr 2 to It. 1919 ner of his mouth as- large as a walnut He put up a plea like this, "Mr. Will cry all sales at a reasonable President. I thought when I got to be fee. If you need me write. president of the American Tobacco Co., I would have no trouble getting Time to Re-Joi- n married, but the scheme has faded Austin Beavin's excuse was this, "If I only could sprout a mustache, the TRY A WANT AD TODAY struggle would be over." James Hawkins, of Tobinsport. the treasurer of the club said, he had been fishing on both sides of the river, but with little Henry DeHaven Moorman, success. told the president that he was so that if it busy with the was leap year and a proposition came along he would have to turn it down Lewis O'Bryan said, After he had bought two farms thought the girls would take the hint, but now he believed he had made a mistake. They don't seem to be looking for work Charlie Fallon said the price of ladies hats had just about killed the IS! acres, lying ttf miles from Sample on the Har(0 Pete Flood, matrimonial business. 185 acres dinsburg and Falls of Sinking road near Hazel Dell of Hardinsburg, said he had tried 21 2 miles from school-housThere is about 6o acres of gently rolleverything except a false face. After Sample, Ky. ing land and nine acres of branch bottom which is John Phelon was initiated, John passed around the long green cigars, not clear. There is not over 3 acres of waste land in made hy the trust, we adjourned. cleared land, and all the cleared land is free from We met F. A. Beavin, of Cheynne, rock. The woodland contains considerable timber Okla. He is from a State noted for and much of it would make good tobacco land if wild oats, coyotes, sand storms, cleared. There is 3 everlasting springs on the place crude oil etc. Frank has made good financially. Raised a family of ten for water. Improvements consist of a good five children, owns several farms, is room cottage, one stock barn, one tobacco barn, an County Clerk. Went West when the old house, and a log stable. Price $2,000. $1,150 Indians and rattlesnakes were as cash, balance in 3 annual payments. as chiggers in Kentucky, in the thick springtime. Frank wanted to know if we were married. We told him no (2) 173 acres, 3 miles from Hardinsburg on Rural Route as Mr. Chink'ey Mattingly had once 173 acres and 2 miles from Federal Highway. There is 55 acres said, I wasn't begaged, but had not 8 miles from of fine creek bottom land, 50 acres of level hill land, given up the fight. "Good boy Mull." Hardinsburg, Ky. 65 acres rolling, balance rough, 15 acres are in grass any use says Frank. "Never did have for a quitter." for pasture, 15 acres are sown for meadow, 30 acres are in timber worth $1,500. Farm fairly well fenced. Improvements consist of a good seven room house, newly painted, a good stock barn 36x50, tobacco barn 48x60, good three room tenant house, a. good double crib, and all other necessary outbuildings. Fruit sufficient for family use. This farm is Park's 00 Egg Strain Barred limestone soil and very productive. Price $12,000. sale at $1,23 Rock pullets for Terms cash, but the banks will carry one-haof Will each. May hatched. purchase price against the land. Will to lay in December. make fine breeders in second For further information call or address year. Anyone desiring to buy them will do well to communicate with Jamison O. Hawkins. REAL ESTATE DEALER Stephensport, Ky. Satisfaction Cumb. 'Phone 29-- J Cloverport, Ky. is guaranteed. CARTER S LANDING B.A.THOMAS' Stock Remedy i THIRD hM, RED CROSS ROLL CALL - Licensed Auctioneer Two Breckinridge County Farms For Sale e. FOR SALE! be-g- in lf J. D. SEATON Think what this means to you. no matter what others tell you their tractors arc or what they will do. just look over some of the so called cheap tractors and check up the above, features and you will find that the Titan "King of Tractors" is the one for you. You are entitled to the best, and whet) others tell you their tractors will do thus and so, MAKE THEM PROVE IT. We stand ready to back up every assertion we over. have made, and invite vou to come in and look the Titan 10-2- 0 ore B-FBeard ft HARDINSBURG 3on HILL ITEMS Mrv Marion Allen Martendale has returned to her home in Cincinnati, after two weeks visit to her cousins. Mi-- , Annie Allen and Henian Allen. Mil Martendale was the daughter of the late Rev H H Allen D. D., whose home was at one time in KENTUCKY nor 3jQ 2 (olfczinio' -- JO' Cloverport, be was reared near town, Mrs Arthur Daviss and baby of Louisville, are here to be with her lather. Mr. Hiram Moorman, who misplaced hia knee cap a short time ago. Mr Moorman is reported get- -' ling along nicely. Mrs. Lather Sattcrtield was in Louisville, last week. NEW OFFERING! opt-rutc- s $3,000,000 J. C. PENNY COMPANY 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock t lie lurgest chain of depart mas! stores of Its kind In Company the world, alKtllnlnf 191 Stores, extending Into twenty-liv- e states. PRICE 98 AND ACCRUED DIVIDEND TO YIELD Special Circular On Request. Mrs. Simon Beavin and son. Bernard, went to Kvansville, Saturday week to see her son Carl Beavin. They returned home on Monday. Mr and Mrs. James Dejarnette VMM to Holt, Saturday to see Mrs. Dejarnette's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. I'utnphrey. Carl Beavin returned here on Friday (or a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs have rented J. S Armstrong's' house and will go to house keeping this week. Mrs. John Blythe, of the Pike was the dinner guest Thursday of her Mter. Miss Annie Allen and Mrs. M meet your taste! the world at any price! Cigarettes made to III! 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