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The Breckenridge news: February 11, 1920 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1920 brc1920021101_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: February 11, 1920 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. CLOVERPORT, "KENTUCKY, $1-5- 0 VOL. XLIV SUDDENDEATHOF . MRS. B. SQUIRES Thousands of dollars have been expended in making the Armory a fitting place for the display of every make of automobile, truck, tractor and accessory known to motordom. each of which will be a revelation of byRcy?E B? English, ofHardinsburg NO IN" quality, skill and art. All features of v were it charge ofthe services, .and i1V entertainment, with the exception of A Mrs. L T. Reid sans: "Tis the End. TTrtATrj A TIT Htlfl inuhic, win ne lacKing, characterizing SECOND of a Perfect Day," a favorite song of I1 LLBillZl A LAMli this show as a strictly educational enMrs; Squires. The interment took terprise. place in the Clovcrport cemetery. A number of new cars, both bv new Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne Bereft concerns Mrs. Judith A. Squires was the phliV nnrl "Pnrinrfinl SsCHOOlS and by long established daughter of Andrew and Annie Dc- of Both Children Within a in this City, will be exhibited, ones and Jernettv She was born Februa'ry 22, ' Are Closed This Week. Many all these embody the most Few Days. 1804 near Hardinsburg where she features. There is not a manufacturer Cases Reported, lived until her marriage to Mr. Bar-- . who has not improved the quality of Irvington, Ky., Feb. 10. (Special) ney Squires on December 20, 1881. his output, the Tl,c influenza epidemic continues Unspeakable is the grief of Mr. and prospective and during this week opThe result of this union was four buyer will Mrs. J. C. Payne, of this city, who portunity to make his have an sons, Andrew D. Squires, Garfield; " the increase with its victims in have been bereft of their only two among the best models selection from Gideon P., of McQuadyf Milton and Cloverport, and comparatively few ever presented HBarney F. Squires, of Clovernort: homes seem to be escaping without children within a wck's time. Their to the public. "e or more cases. two daughters Mrs. Robert Hendrick SnciV oldest and onlv child. Mi From the standpoint 'an exhibiTnH a5,"sP0"s'D,e The Cloverport Public school and oPlHkftli nh ; Mi, KiYhi;;; Thomas Payne, aged sixteen years, tion, the 1920 Louisville ofAutomobile missionw"?.the few children of nor of cilinnt nr mal t f .! it or viiom sur- - ill. Qf Pnep nnrinrlifil ... .v...-. ?.. died Mnndav ninrnincr nt fivp n'rlnrL!. : ouwrcs, oi wns cuy, an Show will probably minds. .""as the closed this week owing to the number only a few hours after the burial of est in the history ofrank South. greatvive with the father. The deplorable feature of the sitthe Don't ' ' iMrs. Squires was converted and of cases among the .teachers and pup her little brother. Morris Heston miss it uation ud there lies in the fact that ils. Payne, on Sunday afternoon united with the Baptist church at New .,f tU.. ' near normally minded children are Ti, nnmUr t Bethel in 1885. Mr. and Mrs. Squires .miss raync s death was caused x? associate, board and lodge L. H. & St. L. R. tf. shops has been from cureniic poison. She was taken LENT OPENS ON ASH moved to Cloverport twelve years provislon '"' during the epidemic. ill at the same time of her brother, Seto. the former heinnr enrralred in greatly depleted WEDNESDAY, FEB. 18. " "K or improvement, ?r men were ' but her condition was not regarded the milling business of Squires and At one time twenty-m- o Ima8,e the effect. off due to illness either in thsir homes as serious , It is "believed her death Catholic Regulations Bandy, rT T Differ a Little was hastened by cricf over the loss Irs Squires was an estimable wo- or among tnemseives. Reception and Banquet. This Year. The iniluenze is more prevalent in She was devoted to her home of her brother. man. A reception in honor of the KenMiss Payne was a sweet and atfamily, and enjoyed serving her Cloverport this year than last, and r and by the of The Lenten season begins this year tractive young girl, and won many f'friends, and neighbor with, the .little while many of the cases are serious tucky solons Lexington,University by Kentucky at followed friends with her charm and person- on February 18, Ash Wednesday, and homely deeds that count for the value there haveu been no fatalities from it a banquet at the Phoenk Hotel, was ality. closes at noon, April 3, Holy Satur; t a true friend. Her life expressed thus far. enjoyed by all The program providThe funeral was held from the home day, and April 4, will be Easter. gratitude of the fathers good ed an entertainment by the young of her parents at 10 o'clock WednesThe Lenten regulations for this year ness r tm,-.-lady students in Patterson Hall where !.: "Clui Ule day morning and the interment fol- which affect chiefly members of the . W4..1.1- ..Wll. Alia t,, ..,!,- V V.W1 . lSlll..J refreshments were served and where lowed in Qedar Hill cemetery. Catholic church, just promulgated by pucn prooi 01 love aivine. we," I had the pleasure of meeting Miss NEAR-IN- G Bishop Donaghue. of the diocese of fY'Had I a thousand hearts to give, r, . i .i Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg, Miss ft t u n i. SUCCUMBS Louisville, differ little from those of CELEBRATE SILVER .,xurti, incy snuuiu an ue i nine. it of Union Star and Miss Wool, of .children within a week's time. Their j WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. former years. On account of the conHawesvijle. dition of public health, the statement oioesi ciiuu, ..uiss ausie inomas A fine body of young womanhood 3ayne, aged sixteen years, died Mr. Thos Hardaway Expired Mr. and Mrs. Curt Ryan celebrated says, the members of the diocese are indeed. Some were beautiful, other anniversary on absolved from the law of abstinence their 23th., Sunday Morning. Remains homely, but all were made charming Daviess County is Covered Jan. 28, with weddinc in the evening on Wednesdays in Lent, except Ash a dinner andattractive by the light o intellianuohiiawrt'aifil,-twttf'TBuricd'5- n 'Pamilj Grave-Mm. J,(S. Eugland. Wednesday and Wednesday gence 1 her stu3eiiTs"'m,this institution' Ta"pilllyr "Ambulance Trucks' to,wljich-Mr.tand A sters, Mrs W. li. Houston, oi Mr. and Airs. Frank Sanders and wet'kft Thir1, yard. are being properly trained by d where conditions warrant, to dispense jouisville and Mrs. G. P. Miller, of their children were invited. Added To Outfit. competent teachers. Good individual subjects from the law of tirK. naturally follow. abstinence. The time for fulfilling the Irvington". Ky., Feb. 10. (Special) The relatives who attended the McQUADY FAMILY WILL 1 he object of the reception was to The surveyors for the Louisville Easter ineral from out of town were: Mr. Mr. Thomas Hardaway, one of the MOVE TO ILLINOIS. the firstduty of communion is from me g Sunday in Lent to Trinity id Jlrs. W.E. Houston and son, oldest and most esteemed residents win iavor aim support ior largemeasure Faducah highway went through to appropriate a sum of iess county almost with a hop, skip Sunday. ercv. of Louisville: Mrs. G. P. Miller of Breckinridge county, expired at his Mr. and Mrs. Dud Moorman and institu-lan- d jump. They were only .four days pd Mrs. Alvin Miller, of Kirk; Mrs. home in Bewleyville, on Sunday money for the benefit of the children, of McQuady, have been visklph Dejernett and Mrs. Carl Duts- - morning at 9 o'clock. His death was tion, which undoubtedly merits the pas'sing through i"t, and are now nearly iting Mrs. Moorman's sister, Mrs. TWO WEEKS OLD INFANT e. Louisville: Mrs. Allie Ueler- - due to infirmities of age and complica- same. However, before it gets mine I to the city of Henderson. The men LEFT MOTHERLESS. must have assurance that relief will . have been in Henderson countv since Jim Brown, and Mr. Brown at ft'e, Mrs. Taylor Beard, Silas Miller, tions. Mr. and Mrs. Moorman have be given our rural schools Thursday, and quit Saturday a few Dejernett,-- Billy Hendrick. The funeral was held Monday afterIbert Irvington, Ky., Feb. 9. (Special) ,... . miles from Green River. At the rate moved from. Breckinridge county and . n Hendrick, Allie and Dennie noon from the residence. Services ll Mrs. Henry Pruitt died Friday mornUnlawful Contact. they are going now they expected to ' WIU resiae in Illinois, in me umire. dres, Rev. E. B English, Mrs. were conducted by Rev. C. S. Harting at 11:15 o'clock after ,a week's In the penetcntiary the other day I lish and children, all of Hardins- - ford, and the interment took place in ,txtUwienk.CUnty' illness. She leaves one son nineteen SHELBY HARRINGTON TO Gfter the family burying ground at Bewley- saw trained men making shoes, shirts, months of ENTER COLUMBIA COLLEGE. weeks old. age and a baby girl two Since leavinjr Cloverport. two laree chairs, etc For this skilled labor, that ville. The remains were taken Mr. 'Hardawrfy resided with his son, is worth from ?3.00 to $5.00. per day, ambulance trucks have been added to JilNFANT FOUND DEAD. Shelby Harrington,, son of' ;Mr. to Canneyville for burial, Saturday. the State receives 80c oer dav under the outfit These are covered trucks Mr. Pierce Hardaway, and Mrs. HardT. J. Harrington, left Sun- took Ky Feb. 9. (Special) Vic- - away, who survives with four other an unlawful contract made with cer-- 1 with ample seats for the men, and and Mrs.Columbia, Ky., where he will CONDITION OF MRS. E. B. mthe infant son of Mr. and Mrs. sons, Glen, Hunter, E. E. Hardaway, tain manufacturers. Steps are being ' makes jt more convient for hauling (Iay OGLESBY CONTINUES SAME. enter the spring term of Columbia taken to remedy this evil and I'm the men to and from their work fc; Leslie was found dead in bed of Louisville, and Moorman HardaHe has been a student in While the men have had cOmfort-the- College. was buried at way, of Minot, N. D. and a daughter, going to make it my business to watch ly morning and The condition of Mrs. E. B. Ogles-hand inform you as to their pro- - able headquarters in Owensboro, a the Cloverport Public School. jew ce'metei'y. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Sargent Drury. Cloverport boy who is a member of who has been critically ill with gress. RETURNED FROM SOUTH. pneumonia during the past week, reOne day after the b bill the party, says its nothing unusual to Mr. and Mrs. Bate Herndon, who mains practically same with only a was passed a mob appeared in Frank- - hear some one of the surveyors to force the delivery of the per- - mark "Oh boy, don't you wish you have been traveling through the slicrht hone for lier rprnvprW Tlr Southern States, visited their daugh- John Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg, and pretrator of the awful crime that was were back in Cloverport?" ter, Mrs. B. Terry Weaver, and Mr. Dr. B. H. Parish, of this city, are atcommitted in Fayette county. The Weaver, at their home on Bonnycastle tending Mrs. Oglesby, with the asmob was disnersed but not on account RECOVERING FROM of the afftresaid bill. I do not think AN OPERATION Avenue, Louisville, before returniiiK sistance of a trained nurse, who is to their Home in Irvington. Mrs. Walter Henninger, of Louisville. Inuch of this bill any way. It seems to 0 me that the remedy lies in the speedMrs. Thos. Thresher, of near Hard-- 1 ing up of the action of the courts. msburg, and formerly of I,ewisport, an operation for gall Cloverport Would be in 4th., Class. underwent the Owensboro City Hos stones at The House has recently passed a pital recently. The friends of Mrs. ' measure under which Cloverport and Thresher will be gratified to know Hawesville would be made Fourth that she stood the operation vcrv sucClass cities. (TAKEN FROM cessfully and is improving steadily. JAN. '24, 1820.) On Thursday "Old Tige" was tablF!J ed as fast as he appeared. The bill MOTHER AND SIX CHILDREN "Glasgow, Ky., Jan. 24 A well drilled Jn by seeking to permit him to roam at large' J, E Smith, P. D. Trigg and others, on- the HAVE INFLUENZA. will, I thing, also be defeated. I love Warren and Barren county ljne came "Old Tige" but Oh! You "Wooliesl" We can sell you high class, The bill to prohibit the use of party and gushed over the derrick. Ilp Mrs. J, M. Crenshaw and her six First Mortgage Real Estate emblems will pass in the Senate but children, who live near Cloverport, is estimated at between 500 and, 700 barrels we will defeat it in the House. are all ill with the "flu," developing Bonds, that will pay you 0 a day initial production:" it Mnndav ninrnincr. Mr. Crpimhnw is A bill has been introduced approper cent. Interest on your priating $73,000,000 annually to the tlie only member if his family who Illiteracy Commission I am opposed nas ou.peu the epidemic thus tar investment, payable to it. JfT.he above is development in the vicinity These loans-- ' are made The eighteen or twenty school bills REMAINS OF JOHN NICHOLAS will be' considered next week as well J., rn..nt,r TUic glWtlkf' ,.,,.11 ,V jl- - .1 )V1A f ,.... ln-- , J. llO on strictly high grade real kSl Will IbUOi) lit JJUl l.ll V.UUIIUI BROUGHT TO GARFIELD FOR as some of the road measures. INTERMENT, WEDNESDAY. estate, at no time exceeding Imost within riffle shot of our leases. We are in 7' Thousands of Schools Closed. 00 per cent, of a conservative ihe same structure, and have feoqd reason tp ex Garfield, Ky., Feb. 9. (Special) The Superintendent of Public Inappraised value. structions made an interesting address John Nicholas, who died in Louispect as gopd results"as'vere obtained on that lease'., before the Senate' of Friday. He said ville, of pneumonia, was buried in the that thousands of schools were closed, Garfield cemetery, Wednesday. He is We also offer you the high1400 teachers quit the service and that survived by his widow and pue daugh'AH our leases are in the proven structure and the 32 per cent, of the children were un- ter, Mrs. A. M. Wood. Funeral serest class service in any class able to attend school during the past vice was conducted at the home of prpspect for good success is very largely in our of banking, if interested will year. He declared that a crisis exists. his daughter, by Rev. C. L. Bruiugton. Under the provision of a, measure like the nhove Should w strike nroductinn be glad to hear from you. that has been introduced the assess; , .. , : Si KEEP OFF INFLUENZA ment of property can not be made uq any uuu ui uur icuscs il suuuiu iiiukc 921s ior "Th Ptnonal Bank" BY BEING CALM without viewing and personal inspec$1 invested. Be'tter'act right nqw, while you AND UNAFRAID. tion of the same. This is definite and LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK business like. Let the assessor come . n get shares at .50. They will be. worth .many "Well persons will be beilefit- to your place take your oath, view & TRUST CO. your property and assess it. ted by the diversion of the thea- 3 limes that after w.e tap the- o(l. "Taxation" is the name of a magtre. Sick persons should be at Loultvlllt, Kentucky , azine published in Louisville. Write to lome for their own good and for i P. N. Clarke, Columbia Bldg.. and 'the public good. Fear is a great ask him to send you a copy of Janfactor in lowering resistance. Go CAPITAL, $500,000.00 uary issue. I have no authority ..for about your affairs calmy and un- KENTUCKY-SOUTHER- N advising this but it ' worth asking afraid," says Dr. Royal S. Cop?- SURPLUS, $100,000.00 ' , laud, Health Commissioner of for. ft tttvf wiwTR Vlv New York City, who made this I have several letters all of which were welcome and have been read statement to the National As- ., LY HAYES, LMitarHte, Ky. wit(t interest. sociation of Motion Picture In- ' pullding owned by Bank. dustry, Yours sincerely, VI Roy J, Cato. asthma for twenty years, Mrs. Squires' E. Bozarth, who survives with five last illness was a duration of only a children. He was a member of the week, and the end came suddenly, Methodist church, and will be greatly brought on by an attack of asthma missed in his .home and neighborhood caused from a severe cold. j where he was loved for his helpfulness The funeral service was held from and consideration of others, the residence Monday afternoon at' ' K. S. U. STUDENTS Sufferer of Asthma For Twenty Falls of Rough, Ky., Feb. 10. (Spec-YeaCOUNTY HEROES To Be Held in Armory Feb. 23- 4, death a0 On the evening of Born nnrl Rearerl TMrar removC(I 0wen Fentress, Feb. :8 years. Stcphcnsport, Ky., Feb. 9. (Special) 28 Inclusive. Will age be Greatest from his home and family. Mr Fcn- - Rep. Cain Tells Briefly of Con- Nearest of Kin of All Hardinsburg. Messrs. R. L. Redman and L. J. American in History of South. tress was ill three weeks. He had been ditions Regarding Ky. Home Soldiers Who Died Will be Perkins took charge of the Stephens-por- t Death came unexpectedly td Mrs. a MaLson. f,or ? number of years, and Flouring Mill, Monday. The mill USt '"" f "" Society. Meets Breck. Co. The Barney Squires on Sunday morning Hono'red. Service in Hardwas purchased from H. A. Dutschkc tory ofgreatest exhibition in the histhe automotive industry in Students. at 7 o'clock at her home in this city. Maikne was united in marriage M'r. Fentress who returns to his farm which he Kentucky will be presented' to the insburg, February. 22. years ago to Miss Mary Altho she has been a sufferer of thirty-twrs SS wc" I a Year; 50c for 4 Months; 75c for 6 Months. 8 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1920 Pages No. 33 KY.S0L0NS GIVEN RECEPTION BY FRENCH GOVERNMENT TO HONOR NEW OWNERS TAKE CHARGE'S'PORT MILL. R. L. L'VILLE'S ANNUAL AUTOMOBILE SHOW w"-"- Masonic by ? 'Rough Rites. Redman's Family New. Home. Move in o DECLINE IN f i The Kentucky Children's Home Society is not guilty of the charge of consigning children of normal mind to the Feeble Minded Institute for the simple reason that they could not, if they would, because if such mistakes are made, the courts are re sponsible. There are other reasons that space will not permit me to ex' plain. Representative Huntsmanj Chairman of the Committee to investigate conditions at the Institute, is a great lover of children, has a tender heart and was greatly sliocked to find children of practically normal minds housed and l'.erdcd in same rooms with children of varying degrees of'feeble mindedncss. including thosefrjyho are neipiess. i suppose lie was ... '; misinform . .. .i bought recently. m-- I . v. " -.- -- ,i..,. i j I Ztl - ,, . T - r:.,a AGED RESIDENT OF COUNTY Hardinsburg, Feb 9. (Special) A service will he held in Hardinsburg, a o clock, Sunday afternoon, Feb. 2:.', at theopera house when memorials will be presented to the next of kin of the Breckinridge county boys who lost their lives in the late war. The program for this service is being arranged- by the countv nnst of the American Legion, and the Red Cross Chapter of Breckinridge county. The French Government will present a memorial diploma to the nearest of kin of Americans who died in the service for their country during the World War. The diploma drawn by Franklin Booth, an American Artist to represent one of the of the "Arc dc Triomphe" in Paris, will bear the name of the soldier, with a recognition from the Frencli people signed by President Poilicare. Former soldiers in uniform will act as ushers, anil seats will be reserved for the relatives of those who died dttring the late war Those who have relatives wtio dietl in the war should send their name and name of soldier to Post No 1. American Lecion. Hardinsburg, Ky.. in order that the American Legion may correct any mistaKes that maj have been made by the Government in the distribu- tion o;.. memorials. Everybody is invited to attend and do honor to those who sacrificed their lives for their country All former soldiers and their tamihes are especially urged to be present. Complete program will be published in next issue of the county papers. bacc-reliefs dec-cased Mr. Redman and his family have moved here from Mooleyvillc and arc occupying Mr. Dutschke's residence which they purchased. public, when the doors of the Armory arc thrown open on February U3rd. 1920. DEATH REMOVES CHILD te 1 i i I I j . w -- tl; Mil-ne- SURVEYORS UNION COUNTY rain?Xfh.SthT.ndli4 ii.isi'r -- pstorS-leVftt!rorij:- ed well-pai- H re-'su- lts Dav-seekm- Pell-vill- e. ... . naof ! fr m y. Anti-Mo- re-fo- rt lowing Well I Western Kentucky - Investor tt4 n Semi-An-nuall- y. the-late- st Ron .-- 4. (V i ifjvor. -- ,.,., .,.: iCityery - OIL CO, f Sw.-Trww- V ). L .. .' PAGE THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Mrs Geo Prather had Mcsdamcs moved to Lcwisport, where they will make their home. J II. Meador and Lillymac Scott, D C Walls has sold his property Missed Maud Scott and Leah Meador on Fourth St , to W. R. M6onnan, of for dinner guests, Sunday Mr, and Mrs J. M. Norris have sold Glen Dean. Rev. E. B. English, Mrs. English fifteen pounds of cream and made and Mr Milton Squires, attended the nine pounds of butter in three weeks. funeral of Mrs. barney Squires, ot Clovcrnort. Mondav. Miss, Mary Alexander of this city" HARNED Mr. and Mrs. McQuiggins, who and M,r Peter Flood, of Stephens-por- t, were married Tuesday at 7:30 have been visiting relatives in Texas, here before rea. m. at St. Romaulds church. Rev. spent the wcck-cifturning to their home at Madrid. J. F Norman officiating. Mrs. Kate Tucker left Thursday for W. C Moorman has returned from Owensboro where she will visit her Louisville son. She was accompanied as far as irvington, by her daughter, Mrs. S. IRVINGTON E Tucker. J. S Lawrence, Corbin, Ky., has Miss Edna B. Gray spent a part of been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. last week near Garfield, the guest of Head. Mr and Mrs J. A. Gray. Miss Eva May Chapin spent the Rev R. T. Laslic andchildrcn spent week-en- d with friends in Clovcrport. the week-en- d with relatives at Sample. J A. Cook has sold his feed store Little Miss Louise Moorman, of to C L. Trent and J. L. Gray. Con- Garfield is visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. sideration $.i,G00. E. Matthews and .other friends. George Huff, Guston was in town, Miss Lillian May returned to her Saturday. home in Clovcrport, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Morrison and The weekly prayer meeting of daughter, spent the week-en- d in Ephesus congregation was held at the Louisville, with Mr. and Mrs. Joe home of Rev. C. L. Brunington, Morrison. Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Musclman were John Alexander, Homer Alexander, in Louisville, last week, to sec Gin- Chas Butler and W. A. Skillman were ger Bandy, who is quite ill at the in Louisville selling tobacco, last home of his sister, Mrs. Pomp Mc- week. Coy. C. M. Payne was in Hardinsburg, Chas Gross has returned from on business, Friday. Texas where he visited his brother, The Baptist Missionary Society met Jesse Gross. Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Forrest Bcauchamp and Miss Mary James Knott. Louise Beauchamp, Louisville, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Krcbs, last I d FEBRUART U 1M0 NEWS FROM THE COUNTY HARDINSBURG Mr Carlt Richardson and son, of Midway, have returned after a visit with his sister, Mrs. P. M. Heard. Atty E Woodward, of Louisville, spent Monday in this city. Mr. C, Lewis, of New Albany, Ind. has returned after a visit with relatives. Mrs. Lee Walls lias returned frgm Grcndatc. after a visit with her daugh ter, Mrs. J. W. Trent and Mr. Trent. D. C. Heron, of Louisville, was here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs C. L. Ray, of Tell City, visited with relatives here last Mrs. 0. E. Ferguson and yttle daughter Virginia, were in Louisville, last week. Mrs. Owen Shoemaker, of Grand Rapids, Mich., is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G McCoy. Rev. J C. Maxham, of Owensboro, delivered two excellent sermons at the Baptist church, last Sunday, Miss Bessie Watlington was the week-enguest of friends at Irvingd A Vast Assortment i Louisville. Mcsdamcs Bettic and Mollic Dempster, of Glen Dean, were the guests of Mrs. L. Walker and Mr. Walker, Tuesday. Jesse Smith is the guest of his aunt, Mis. S. D. McGill and Mr Mc-Gi- week. Mrs. Gilbert Oldham, of Fordsvillc, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mollic Dejamctt. Mr L. E. Henderson, of Irvington, who spent several days here guest of friends, has returned John Bloomer left Thursday for is the guest of her daughters, Mcsdamcs P. II. and J. B. Morgan. Morgan Bros., have put in electric lights in their hotel and store R A. Gardner enroutc from Florida, to his home in Illionis, is the guest of his brother N. G. Barbcc. Roy Skaggs, Chester Messrs Daughcrty and Paul Irvin, of Eliza' bcthtown, were guests, last week at . the Morgan Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Carman, of Big Spring were guests last week of Mrs. Carman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ton. Mrs. Anna J Dicckman, of Sample, of Dependable Goods Spring is coming and farmers will need seeds for sowing. Vc have a fresh supply to meet the demand of our farmer customers. Spring merchandise for the household, we are offering too. Things that will brighten and freshen the home after the cleaning days. Visit our store, and look at the list below giving a list of articles found here. m ll, Watlington. Mrs L. Walker has returned from a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Heeler, of Kirk. G. W Wright, of McQttady, was here Thursday on business. Rev. Harcy English and Mrs English, of Stephensport, have returned after a visit of several days with Rev English', brother. Rev. E B. English and Mrs. English. Mr. and' Mrs M D. Beard have returned from Louisville, after a short stay. Misses Anna O'Reily, Mary Sheer-a- n and Ruth Kinchcloe, spent the week-en- d of Steph-enspor- t, the guest spent the week-en- d of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. of Louisville Miss Ucss Watlington, ter, Mils Auastasia, returned Monday trcrn a few day $iy in Louisville Misses Viola Grcenwell and Exie Lewis wcie the guests of Miss Regina McGary, of k.rl., the week-enAtty. Henry DeHaven Moorman spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisd in Louisville. Mr. Thomas O'Donahuc and daugh- tended the ding. ville. Misses Tillie and Alice Meador have returned from Louisville They atMeador-Kinchelo- e wed- Mrs. A T Drane and son, of Irvington, came Sunday to visit her parents, judge S B Payne and Mrs. Payne. Mrs Mary C Hcston attended the funeral of her grand-soJ. C. Payne, of Irvington, Sunday n, death of her sister. D R. 'Pusey returned Sunday from Bartlcs, having been the guest of his sister, Mrs. Mary Smith. Miss Alcinc Miller, of Kirk, and Mr. Scott Mattingly, were married quietly on Tuesday afternoon at Can; STEPHENSPORT week. nclton, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Mattingly Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carter have Miss Lucy Jolly, of Sample, was will make their home here. from Ccntralia, 111. Mr. Robertson, of Glen Dean, was the guest of Mrs. R. A. Smith and W J. Piggott was in Louisville, Mrs. Abe Bryant, last week. the Sunday guest of Miss Marian Dix. days of last week. several Kenneth E. Gilbert left Friday for J. L. Gray purchased of T. R. Russclvillc, where he will enter Bethel GARFIELD Blythc his residence on Maple St., and College. .. . j .fill store house on Main St., occupied by B. Dye has returned Miss Mjrtle .Mrs. Lucy .Lyon, ot Luster, was the H. J Krcbs. Mr. Blythc contemplates from Irvington, where she was the guest of her son, Gilbert Lyon, and building in the spring. guest of her brother, Roy Dye, and Mrs. Lyon, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Adkins, Pates-vill- Mrs. Dye. Mr. and Mrs. Pies Tucker, of Har-neof Mr. have been the guests were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr and Mrs. W. B. Hanks, who and Mrs. A. T. Adkins. have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Mrs G. E Tucker. Mrs. G. L. Brady is visiting Mr. John Wcisenbery, Clovcrport, returnMrs. Nat Whitworth was in Hard and Mrs. G. T McCoy, Louisville. insburg. Saturday. i ed home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Britc have Mrs. Wm. Gilbert has sold her Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Squires wcre.i taken rooms with Mrs. Sarah Henry. property to C P. Pullcn. C. H Bowlds celled to Clovcrport. Sunday on ac- Mrs. E. F. Alexander and son, and Harvey Pullcn will open up a count of the death of his mother. Edwin. hac returned from Louisville rfcMurant and barber shop in the Mr. Richard Bruner and Miss Nellie Edwin was at the Deaconess Hospi- building Adkisson surprised their friends by tal, where he had his tonsils removed and is doing nicely. iWffiffiS!fiifiSffiSyifilfitfffiSaStfiffiSWffiffiSSffi!fi Mr. and Mrs A. D. Wallace, Louisville, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Stith Mr. and Mrs Owen Robbins entertained at dinner Wednesday in honor of their son, Edgar Lee's fourth birthday anniversary Sam Bunger and family are recovering from the "flu." Miss Susie Thomas Payne is quite ill at her home oji Maple St. Mrs. A T Drane .and son. left Sunday for Hardinsburg, to visit Judge S. B. Payne and Mrs Payne. a e, d. Rev C. B. Gentry and Mrs. Gentry were sumnjoned to Taswcll, Ind., last week on acount of the illness of Mrs. Gentry's sister, Mrs. S. W. Gentry. Mrs. Geo. Barkley left Sunday for Maceo, where she was called by the boro, Friday. Ramsey. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Conner and Mrs. A. B. Cashman were in Owens- Wire Fence Bran Cotton Seed Meal Seed Oats Grass Seed Glover Seed Tobacco Canvas Roofing Fertilizer Salt Beautiful line of 'Spring Goods coming in cverv day. Anything you need m Hardware, Groceries nr T)rv fifinns - Wilson & Robertson Glen Dean, Kentucky -- fV ' JNJ eWS ClaSSlIied AdS 'f i 101 KeSUltS Thursday for Washington. D. C, to viiit her nietc, Mr. Curtis, and Mr Curtis. Mr. J H Gardner, who has been ill for several weeks lias recovered Miss Pauline Compton. of Louisville, was the guest of her Mr and Mrs M P Compton. Satuidiy and Sundaj Mr. Win DeHaven and familv have grand-parents, Mrs. Sallie M Beard will leave Anderson's J re ! .r- -, .1 sil x BEWLEYVILLE cgrding.ito RoppVcaculatiop (not nicnor) there has not been five Sundays in February since 18(i8, and will not be again until l'J04 Am I correct if not some one please put me right. Mr and Mrs C D. Hardaway, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Compton and Miss Mildred Kinchcloe Compton were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Z. T Stith Mrs D. C Moorman, of Glen Dean and Mrs. Frank Peyton, of Hardins burg. are at the bedside of their father, T P Hardaway, who is Serious( my tfi tfi tfi tfi tfi tfi r we Are Glad To Have You Bring Us Your Produce. We are reidy to do business with you 3G5 dajs in the year less Sumla.! 'and holidays. And we arc always glad to pay you prices for your produce, ready to give you cash or brass, just as jou wish. top-notc- h P TRODUCTS " uaru Clean lip Sale 1 Starts Tuesday, the 7th, at 8:30 O'clock, and St. and Mrs. Tlios Wilson have a few days visit returned home-after ly ill Mr PRODUCE PRICES THIS WEEK (Subject to change) Cream - - - - 56c Fryers 25c Hens - - - - 28c Geese Guineas Ducks Eggs Turkeys Roosters. ..... .... .... .... .... .... Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Dowell and son, Chesley, left Thursday for Lohrville, Iowa, where they expect to reside in the future. Charlie Sipes also went with them, where he expects to work the coming year. We hate to loose these good people but wish them much success in their new home. Mr T. P. Hardaway is quite ill at Mrs E. P. Hardaway, who has been ill at the home of Rev C. F Hartford in Irvington, we are glad to say has home. Mrs. Phil Cain and daughters, Misses Gladys and Mary Cain, spent Tuesday in Louisville, shopping. Mr and Mrs. Fred Triplet entertained to dinner Sunday the members of the younger set. Chas. McCoy and Win. Drury spent Saturday in Irvington on business. in Lbuisvillc. Mr., and Mrs. Amos Sipes gave their son. Charles, a surprise party, What a Wonderful Sale It Will Be this writing. 14c 25c 22c recoered sufficiently to be brought The one PRICE SMASHING, COMPETITION DEFYING BARGAIN SALE that the entire community waits for unusual and far reach-in- g preparations are being made to make this the, demonstration ever greatest VALUE-GIVINattempted. G M Bring us your Cream too. We will test it for butter fat and piy highest market price. Have you a Primrose Separator? B. F. BEARD & CO. Hirdlnsburg, Kj, .... He 40c 32c A of leading cotton and woolen mills of New England,' silks en's wear makers of New York, men's clothing manufacturers of Chicago, New York, Rochester and Baltimore, shoe factories of Massachusetts, etc, secured thru our tremendous cash buying facilities at price concessions that enable us to offer GREATEST BARGAINS EVER KNOWN i,n any year BEFORE OR prices beSINCE the WAR. New seasonable merchandise at money-savjn- g yond the reach of our competitors. In fact manufacturers would hesitate to duplicate our prices today. PUT OFF any intended purchase till this sale be' ' gins. , . J and carpet mills of New Jersey, textile mills of Pennsylvania, wom- BIG SPRING Mrs Ernest Curry? Garfield, was the dinner guest of her sister, Mrs. Jim Norris, recently. Mrs. Van B. Nelson has returned to Louisville, after a few days with hpr aunt, Mrs. J. V, Clarkson, who was seriously ill with lagrippe. Mrs. Maryeleauor Scott continues her visit with her sister, Mrs. W. C. Miller, Louisville. We think we hear the sound of wedding bells for early spring. El Martin, is having his house repaired. B S. Clarkson was here Saturday r . i EGGS FOR HATCHING True economy means spending wisely and buying at this sale' means the wisest spending possible. "Extra salespeople will be on hand to cater to your every need. and Sunday. Miss Kathcriue Enfield Williams will close a very successful term of school Friday, Patrons well pleased, She will enter the State Normal in Bowling .Your Mail Orders Will Receive Prompt, Courteous Attention FROM HALL'S FAMOUS WHITE WYANDOTTES EGGS fioin one of America's finest Strain of White Wyandottes, direct desceiidents of Martins Regal Dorcas, the World's Most Popular Strain, carefully selected and scientifically mated Eggs from Special Pens $3.00, $3.50 and $5.00 per 15 and from Farm Flock $2.50 per 15. 1 vi HERBERT HALL Hardinsburg, Ky. weeks. Mrs. Margaret Talbott is able to be out after having been confined for weeks with a severe cold and I three lau one is in tier ninem year. Mrs. Alice Dooiey, Bewleyville, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs Geo, Kaelm. Mr. Willie Woodson has been ill with lagrippe at the home of Mrs J. V Clarkson. Mrs. L. A, C. Kemper has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. A. M. Hardaway, Minot, N. D. She and her Schuyler Martin has made several trips to Louisville in the last few Green in March. S. W. Anderson Company INCORPORATED "WHERE COURTESY REIG(.S" OWENSBORO, KENTUCKy uH i l it s r" 'tf'Vi, brother, U, S. Clarkson are at the Puritan, Louisville, for the winter. riinuiircninii t wlrtoAif kiuA t dim. jM February n, ino NEWS FROM THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS tending the week-end CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE 3 DANCE AT ADDISON HALL THE COUNTY (Continued From Page 2)' Addison. Kentucky getting married in Hardinsburg, Tuesday. ,Mrs Taylor Gray and baby, Morris D of Louisville, nre visiting relaJesse Bruington lias accepted a position as clerk in G. E. Tucker's store. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Bruner, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bruner were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Tom Fool, Jr. The little infant of Mr, and Mrs. John Sutton, who died Wednesday, was buried the following day in the Haynes cemetery. Miss Pauline Compton, of Louisville visited relatives here last week. Wilbur Pile, of Harncd, was here Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Smith were guests Sunday of their daughter, Mrs. H. H- - Henninger, and Mf. Henninger. Miss Mirian Compton, who is at- tives here. Mrs Taylor Compton. Mr, and Mrs. Rufus Kennedy and three daughters, were guests, Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Adams Mrs Sarah Avitt, of Raymond, vison ited Mrs. Taylor Compton, last week. H C H S. spent the with her parents, Mr. and RAGE SUICIDE Get Into the Tire Business IN- - HITS RUSSIA Birth Rate Decreasing Due to Physical Conditions. MARRIAGES ARE MOOK Mr, Tom Probus, of near Evcleigh has moved to Mr J..O Laslie's farm. Mr, Chintz Royalty spent the weekend at Kingswood. Mrs. Will Moore and daughter, Miss Ruth, visited at Mr. Amon Smilcy's, Cloverport ppi MONDAY EVENING February 16 Refreshments, Good Music, NUMEROUS Good Time L r. D. ADDISON and Mrs. Chint Dranc and daughter, Miss Gladys Dranc, were in Louisville, last week to nave Glady s eyes treated. Mrs. Jim Robertson visited her sou Frank and family, Friday. week. Mr. Miss Nancyc Lucas, of Buras is Government Offers Inducement for visiting her sister, Mrs. Dclmer Lucas. Ceremony by Maklnrj Official Gift of Mrs. Fidula Galloay visited Mrs. Expensive Clcth to Every Newly Frank Robinson and family, Tuesday Wedded Couple Decree Granting and Wedcnsday. , M. T. Galloway and J. D. Aldridgc Absolute Equality to Women la were in Hardinsburg, Saturday. Contributing Factor to .Further Private Murray Robinson has reRace Suicide. ceived his discharge and is visiting his brother, Herbert Robinson and family. Mtirrlngcj. utiiile by olllclnl Shickcri Leslie is in Louisville, this (it-cr- ctv Tuesday. GLEN DEAN Shell Harlow has pneumonia at his aunt's Mrs. Eades in Louisville, 720 W. Chestnut St.. His mother and father arc there witji him. Mrs Dallas Wilkcrson and son, Elliott Wilkerson, of Owensboro, have charge of the hotel here now. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thornton will move to Hardinsburg" March lit., where Mr. Thornton has a position with Kincheloe's Pharmacy. W. C Moorman was shaking hands here with his many friends on last Saturday. Miss Iliene Mattingly visited her sisters, here recently and has returned to St. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital in Louisville, where she is in training for a nurse. Mr. J. H. Sparrow and son, Chas. E Sparrow, shipped tobacco to Mercer county, last week Abraham Lincoln Said-"Teach Economy. "That Is One of the First Virtues. "It Begins With Saving Money." When Abe Lincoln was a poor country lad the world did not recognize in him the GREAT ABRAHAM LINCOLN, future president of the United States. But Abe was HONEST, INDUSTRIOUS and 'FRUGAL and these rugged qualities of character soon bore fruit in improving his estate. Lincoln said : "Teach economy.' ' JAVA TEAS AND COFFEES IN AMERICA. Plantations Company, the controlling tea estates in Java, one of the directors had the following to say about Java tea in America: "During the war, when Java tea was not allowed entry into England or into Australia, markets were restricted, and a very large quantity of Java tea was sent to America. There is no doubt that this has proved to be the best thing that could ever have happened to the Java growers. They suffered losses, but they have had a wonderful advertisement, and Java teas today are very popular in America. When Russia is again in the market the same thing wil happen there." The total exports of coffee from Java during 1918 were less than half of. the preceding year. The total ex-- , port decreased from I8,.i()0 tons 'in 1917 to j,300 tons in 1918 When the armistice, was signed, however a revival of trade was experienced for all kinds, for a strong- tendency to buy was observed from all parts of the world Careful estimates of the coffee production in 1919 in Java, Sumatra, the Celebes, and Bali indicate a total yield of 892,341 piculs, or 118,978,800 pounds. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS At the annual meeting of the Nir-mala nre mure numerous (bun over before In Utisstn, but rate suicide li riimpiint. neconllng to n representative of the Jewish Intcriintlonnl Workers' union who bus returned to Berlin nfter spending two years In observing conditions throughout the soviet republic. Undernourishment the Cause. f'liyslolngleul conditions, urMng from the long period of undernourishment. Is said to he the esuise of fewer children. Liberal marriage and divorce laws nre lesponilble for the Increasing number or marriages. One of the government's biggest Inducements Is the odlclal gift of apto man-Ingproximately .11 yards of expenslo cloth to each newly wetlil ! couple. The greater number of Russians are so reduced economically that they have rontraried marriages for no other reason than to obtnln the cloth offered by the government. Many of these couples, after the ceremony, sell their cloth for sums varying from a.OOO to 4.000 rubles, split the receipts and then go their separate ways. No Trouble to Get Divorce. The government's decree granting absolute equality to women Is alo a e Agency to Let Direct Factory Distributor's ' Proposition! ssi 1 u A Giving exclusive right of sales agency, for which we make no charge, to right party who will open a small exclusive tire store or install a tire department in store already established. Our present factory distributing agents are doing a big business and ordering more tires daily. Their customers are coming back for "Parkers" all around, and they are also recommending Parker Cord Tires to their friends. r-Size Our factory production is being increased to supply more agencies. Firstcoupon mailed gets first information on agency proposition. Supe- contributing factor to w That's the purpose of' this SAVING, BE t-i- r - V, It isn't so THRIFTY! much the dollar you waste, but the fact that vou're CULTIVATING a bad habit in wasting ' it that has a EFFECT on your character, happiness, success. FRUGAL, . -FAR-REACHIN- G ; A Not only In theory, but in actual practice, the Russian women enjoy men's liberties nnil respousiidl-Itle- . Having been granted the same wages the same political treatment and the simie duties, many of tin women, belntr thus fenced to liecome breadwinners, are compelled to forsake home duties. The bolshevik!, who take file position tint ninrrhige. although a sacicd Institution, should not be maintained after husband and wife cease to lle together In harmony, have greatly simplified the matter of obtaining a divorce. They seek, however, to mn'n-tai- n family life, but are learning that their decrees when put Into action, tend to family disintegration. suicide. further race sM-r- t. Mail Coupon Below Today! I I I I I I I COUPON THE PARKER TIRE CO., (Factories) Indianapolis, Ind. Gentlemen: Save some of your earnings each week. You can't make headway until yolrdo save.' V I LATE JAMES FOUSHEE HAD DAUGHTER IN THIS COUNTY. James Foushee, age 71, and one pi the best known farmers in the county, dropped dead at his home near Ekroii, Thursday. Mr. Foushee had eaten a hearty dinner and was apparently in his' usual good health. His death was due to heart failure. He is survived by iis wife and five children, Mrs. Nettie Hilf. of Rock Haven: Mrs. Gilbert Kasey, of Bewleyville; Mrs. Guy Bunger, of Ekron, and Ernest and Fred Foushee, of Garrett. Mr. Foushee was a member of the Masonic Lodge. Funeral services were held Friday at Buck Grove, conductMeade Co. I ! The, Farmers Bank & Trust Co. Hardinsbutg, Kentucky ' Without any obligation on my part whatsoever, please send me full particulars concerning permanent exclusive right of sales agency proposition on Parker Super-siz- e Cord Tires. Name Occupation I I I I I Vfk u ft Street Address City. . I I I State ed by Rev. Roy Mason. Alessenger. t Mm iiififljOii M if J 0 , PERRY COUNTY MAN DIED IN INDIANAPOLIS. FALLS OF ROUGH Mrs. ' I . CTDIIf C Mr. O. J. Avery, brother of W. S. Avery, of Tobinsport, died aj his home in Indianapolis, Jan. 25. His death was very sudden, due to an attack of acute indigestion. He was a native of Perry county, Ind., and Star was CC years old. With his brother, Dr. S. E. Stanley spent a few days he is survived by his widow and last week with friends in Louisville three children. Mrs. J. D. Duncan was at 'Glen Dallas Wilkerson and son, Elliott, of Owensboro, are visiting relatives here. Nat Burch is back at the depot after an absence of several months. Mrs. Len Sarver spent Friday with her sister, Mrs Gus Salmon, of Lone Dean, last week where she was called to the Jiedside of her sister, Mrs. Tom Fentress, who was very ill. Rev. Henninger filled his regular appointment at Shady Grove, Sunday and had a very good attendance. Misses Laura Mae Springate and with relatives near Short Creek. Mrs. Roy Eskridge is the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Crit Porter, of Lone Hill, this week. Carrie Eskridge spent the week-en- d H (. 4 The Cloverport Loose Leaf " ifi rtv' Warehouse you see this famous think a minute! Think of the delicious teste of a slice of fresh toasted bread! , WHEN '.'"' & '' Will Sell Tobacco Once Every Week Until Close of Season House Open Every Day of the Week That's the real idea back of the i& v cigarettes. Toasting improves tobacco just as well as bread. And that's a lot. success of Lucky Strike , Try a Lucky Strike cigarette It's toasted M 1 Next Sale Friday Morning ,ji February wHSHsQHhHK 13 !,, ah ,Nf . .r t 'a . J PAO4 THBIWClCNRIDOMlWV CLOVKRPORT, KENTUCKY FARM IN HANCOCK. even-ing-xnd -- L WUAHY .'. 11, ijiiiiii The Breckenridge u: V News'KY. ROUND-ISHORT-HOR- N FIND OIL ON JACKSON P JNO. D. BABBAOE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SIGHT PAGES SALE 1876 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS SUBSCRIPTION . 1920 To Be Held in Burbon Stock RATES Sobcrlp(lon price $15 0 a ytar; SOc (or 4 montluj 75c (or 0 monthi. Builnen Locals 10c oc (or each additional insertion. Card of Thanki, over S linn, charged (or at pet line and the rate o( 10c per line. Obituaries charged (or at the rate ol Be per line, money in France. Examine the label on jrour paper. II it it not correct, pirate notify tit. Yards Feb. 26. Breckinridge Farmers to Take Part. Thts Kentucky Pure Bred Live Stock Association is making extensive prepcrations for the sale and show of pure bred live stock to be held in the Bourbon Stock Yards, Louisville, February 24, 25, 20, and 27. Tuesday, February 24, will be the Hols-tei- n day for the Kentucky Round-uSale and Show; Feb. 25, is the Angus Sale and Show; Feb. 20, Shorthorn Sale and Show; Feb. 27, Hereford Sale and Show W. R. Moprman, Jr,, of Glen Dean, is a member of the Sales Committee Shorthorn Sale. for the Ky. Round-uAnd J. M. Howard, of Glen eDan, has consigned to this sale the Scotch Cow Strothallon Mary and several well bred calves of good quality, including a young bull bRoan Sultan one of the best sons of Whitehall Sultan. The 'Shorthorn Breeders of the State will hold a meeting at the Hotel Henry Wattcrson on Wednesday evening, Feb. 25, at 7 o'clock. p p kl NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy ol THE BRECKENRIDOE who it nbt a subscriber; do not throw it away or dettroy it. friend NEWS hand It to WEDNESDAY,.. V. ..FEBRUARY 11, 1920 The oil well on the Jackson farm near Goerlng was shot Tuesday in less than one and a half hours the oil rais'ed to a height of 250 feef in the well. The oil men in this city have figured that the flow of oil at the present time indicate about a fifteen borrcl well a day Arrangements for installing a pump ing outfit will Ije working today or not later than Monday. Interest is still at a high pitch and it now looks as if the Newman Oil Co., will he rewarded for their prcscrvancc in the nil business. Sixty qUarts tof glycerine was used! in tne snot. nancocK vianon. -- II ARE SUCCESSFUL!. IN JURORS PANELED PASSING COUNTY EXAM. FOR FEB'Y COURT Frank Newman of Mattingly Makes Highest Average. applicants for Breckinridge Circuit Court Out of thirty-nin- e taking the county cvamlnation for Opened Monday. Judge Lay graduation from the graded school, man Presiding. The February term of Breckinridge county Circuit Court opened in Hard- insburg, Monday morning with 'Judge Layman presiding. Those penciled on the Grand Jury are: J. A. Gray, foreman, Cliff Davis, W. R. Pate, G. A. Wright, Remus Burch, Wallace Brown, J. E. Galloway, W. V. Dent, Geo. W. Holmes, Dcnuic Milcr, Bcn-ni- e Dowell and J. S. Matthews. Following is the Petit Jury: R. D. StClair, Richard Black, A. J. Dye, Taylor Dowell, J. V. St Clair, Gardner Board, J. T. Lucas, Wash Robbins, W. A. Rhodes, V. G. Goodman, P, G. Hendrick, P. Morris Beard Monroe Basham, J. L. Morris, John Franks, Pate Dooley, S. B. Laslie, J. E. Bruner, H. M. Beard, Orval Bennett, J. B. Sipes, W. P. Ryan, H. D. Basham and T H. Chancellor. man. wants to re- Y present the Republic a n s of the Fourth Congrcssion- al District at 2,300 pounds of dark at $15 round. Says he sold early in the season and is glad of it. o his tobacco, 2,000 pounds at $30 and REV. FRANK INTERESTED i IN ORGANIZING COM- MUNITY CHURCH. Chicago vention. con- Mr. clo- n: 'I i t Ball is 11 f from Henderson where he had been visiting his son, Charlie Harper. He stopped off at btephensport, to visit and never his son, Allie, at Bunday, Ind , He dodges an ishas three sons at Webster, John. Ben sue He is I and worthy of the Joe. a daughter. Mrs. Scott Knott, trust, and his party in this county is at Valley StaTion, one son, J. M. Harfor him to the man. Here's to you Mr, per, of HarnCd. Says it keeps him Ball. We hope you will be an easy busy now keeping up with all his line when his party calls honor. He is a party man, always on the firing this ser v i ng of d distin-guisc- week to R. Lewis, Cornelia, Ga., l bred gilt $00, 1 bred gilt and 3 pigs to John S. Slushcr, Four Mile, Ky., $90; 1 fall sow pig to J. W. Keiser, West Milton, Pa., for $25. Breckinridge county breeders arc building up a good foreign trade, which tells the story of good high class stock. o W. J. Owen & Sons. Valley Home Stock Farm and the home of Pure bred Poland China hogs shipped last Henry Harper returned Saturday CANAL FROM winner. children. t, Thurman Smith, formerly of and a brother of Roland and Hawkins Smith has moved to his farm near Elizabethtown. He has been a And Ohio River for over 20 resident of J. L. Jolly who farmed with Beard years, dealing Louisville has made good in coal, & Dowell, Holt's bottom, last year windThe bought his father's farm, (Sam saved his money and retires to a good ing up Ohio Legislature before has its work, took the initative for Glen Dean, and is moving farm. His many friends in this county Jolly) near will be glad to know of his well doing. the construction of a barge canal to over there this week. extend from the Great Lakes to the o o Warren Burnett, of Owensville, Ohio river by passing- - a bill providC. V. Robertson sold 7 pair mules Ind.. was visiting his sisters, Mrs. ing the" preliminary steps. Now that last week for $3,300. Ohio has taken the lead, it is expected Rebecca Clark, Glen Dean, Route 1. that the Federal Government will be' & Hall shipped 29 head of Beard Owen Fentress, Glen Dean, 32 years gin surveys for the proposed watercattle last week to their farm in Holt, old died Feb 5, at his home. Wife way. Several routes have been proto feed and five children survive him. He posed. One extends from Cleveland o Mahoning Valley to through Miss Ruth Crider. of Louisville is was buried at Pilgrim church near Pittsburg, the another from Sandusky visiting her grandmother. Mrs J. C. Rockvale. through Columbus to Portsmouth, o Mattingly and her aunt, Miss Emma i J. R, Jolly, Nelson Jolly and B M. and the third from Toledo through Lou Moorman, at Glen Dean. Dcjcrnette, McQuady, attended the. Lima and Dayton to Cincinnati. o TTur"VarBepartment lias also givH. L. Waggoner. Hites Run. has Farmers Home Convention, held at en permission to widen and dig deepbought a thoroughbred Big Bone Lexington, last month. They said they er the Desplane River in order to convention Poland China boar to head his herd. enjoyed the trip and the good things open the canal of Lake Michigan into Price $150 He sold :t gilts, W. J and brought home some which empties into the IlliOwen & Sons' stock at $40 per head j that they will apply in their business this river There is nothing like nois River of fanning Scott Smart, J N Conkwright, Noble stage in the Ohio With a nine Salilic. - boar pigs, one to Carl Tin-- 1 fanners getting out and mixing with and Mississippi foot Rivers it will be posand doing ius and one to Pat Greenwood at $.'.! men that are sible to load a vessel on Lake Erie tilings. each. or Lake Michigan, and send freight through to the Gulf without having G. P. Smith. Mook, reports sale of CALL FOR REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. to handle it but once. When these locks and dams on the will Pursaiit to call and directions of the Ohio are completed, navigation ago. Republican State Central Committee, come back to the days of long YOUNG LADIES Republicans of Breckinridge the AND GENTLEMEN county the hereby called to meet in B. & O. RY. CO. PAYS e $7,500.00 TO SETTLE CASE mass convention at the WANTED in Hardinsburg. Kentucky, on SaturFOR THE day, Feb. 28th,1920, at one o'clock The action of David Stulz's guardp. in. ian vs Baltimore & Ohio Railway Co., MOST The purpose of this Convention .is pending in, the Jefferson Circuit Court, INTERESTING to select 23 delegates from Breckin-ridy- e was settled the "th., instant by the county to the District Conven- payment of $7,500.00 to his guardian WORK tion which meets March 2nd, 1920, The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust IN and to the State Convention which Co. The action was for personal inmeets in Louisviule, Kentucky, March juries sustained by Stulz while in its SOUTHERN 3rd, 1920. Said District and State Con- employ. IND. ventions will select delegates and Claude Mercer represented Stultz alternates to the Republican National and his guardian. LEARN TO WEAVE Convention, 'at Chicago, June 8th, YOU EARN Steph-enspor- FARM AND STOCK Greenville, Ky., Feb. 0. The Baptist, Methodist, Cumberland, Christian and Presbyterian churches of this towr have bought the Y. M. G A. bnild'ng here and will operate it on a community basis. The building is one of the best in Western Kentucky but has not been operated by Y. M. C. A. for about three years. The scope of the work which the churches propose to do 'with this building as its center is broad. The county agent, the home demonstrator, the county health nurse, the county welfare worker and the farm bureau will have their offices here. The gymnasium will be opened up, reading rooms established, and the G. buildong made the center of the community's social, industrial and ccon- -. . otnic life. The enterprise will be under the direction of a board of control, compastor of each the Ohio Legislature Passes Bill posed of the and a lay memberoffrom five churches To Construct Barge Canal each. For the immediate present the work will be directed by the pastors, Connecting Great Lakes each giving an alloted amount of .nineteen were successful according to the statement of the County School Superintendent, J. Raleigh Meador. Of the nineteen who passed, Frank Newman, of Mattingly, made the highest average 03 and Harry Newman, also of Mattingly made the The other seven'next highest 91 teen who passed are: Marian Comp-toGarfield; Robert Harper, Wcbr ster, Dollie Barger, Chcnault; KMh-cniReidel, Holt; Forrest Goff, Mildred Lyons, McQuady; Martha Davis, Kirk; Lewis Cart, Mystic;' Mary E. Ryan, Mattingly. Mary D. Hills, Samuel E. Coprad, Robert Oelzc, Thos Smart, Paul E. Berry, Mary Whitehead, Maggie Squires and Shelby L. Harrington, of Clover-po- rt 4-1. n, nc 4 Tar-for- k; Mrs. R. L. Oclze will be hostess to the Ladies Reading Club this week. L. TO OHIO RIVER , ' Deposits Time on $ Protect Your Home Just as you build to provide a home for the protection of your family, so you should build up a Reserve Account as a protection for that home. No home can be really that does not have a surplus fund of cash protecting it. suc-ceess- time to it. The men behind the movement are the Rev. O. A. Barbee, of the Cumberland church; the Rev. W. C. Frank, of the Methodist church; the Rev. C. E. McLean, of the Presbyterian church, and Dr. Nowlin, of the I3ap -- Vj, tist church. & O-- r- THREE NATIONAL HOLIDAYS FALL ON SUNDAY THIS YEAR. Another unusual incident in this year'scalendar is that three national holidays fall on Sunday. These holidays are Washington's birthday, Feb. 22, Memorial Day, May 30, and the 4th of July. Washington's birthday wil be observed as a holiday on Monday, Feb. 23. jt!I' And the best way in which you can protect this fund is to deposit it in a Certificate of Deposit with this strong bank where, in addition to absolute protection you will receive 3 per cent, interest. .XI ,M . f - . I ENTER B. C. HIGH SCHOOL. Ky., Feb. 9. (Special-Mes- srs. Morris and Ralph Richardson left Monday for Hardinsburg to enter the spring term of the Breckinridge County High School They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Richardson, of this place. Garfield, &O sfeV Trust Co. Bank of Hardinsburg HARDINSBURG, I "T"Jic JScznlc -- 4 te tfictt mafces yot eel afifome" KY. ts n court-hous- WHILE YOU LEARN APPLY IMMENIDTELY TO INDIANA COTTON MILLS Cannellon. Ind. LALLEY LIGHT and POWER Mrs. Oscar Burke left Friday for Precinct County Committee her home in Louisville, after several All Republicans are very cordially weeks stay with her parents, Mr. and invited to be present. Mrs. Paris Barr. Given under our hand, this Jan. M. J. Robertson spent the week-en- d 27th. 1920 in Louisville, the guest of Mr. and H. M. Beard, County Chairman Mrs. H. L. Bruner. J. R. Meador, Secretary. Mrs. W. W Barger and baby. Charles Edward, and Miss Matilda Barger, SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS were in Hardinsburg, Friday having dental work done. Beckham Barr is in Indianapolis, Ind., visiting his cousin, Mrs. Lon Greenwell, and Mr. Greenwell. At the same time and place the said Convention will elect members of the 1920 . FRYMIRE MR. TAXPAYER! THIS IS YOUR FINAL SUMMONS t ' I am compelled to collect all unpaid taxes' in or- I am forced by the new tax-lato advertise all taxes that are not paid '" by March 1st. der to make w myrj settlement. it a eompUU vnilmgint and ttotajt batltry. It Itntratorvith LaUtyLigkt IB-ti- dtes npplUt anplt tltttneity for lifhU, valir funp, vatkin) machine, trrttptr, crtatn uparator, fanning mill, iron, c. Preferred by Progressive Farmers Every prospective buyer of an electric light and power plant should know that there it a J. Brashear's condition remains about the same. Several farmers from this vicinity shipped a car load of stock, Monday. Prof. Horace McCoy, of Union Star will teach the remainder of the school which is ope month beginning Feb. "' Rev H. J. Blackburn, of Wolf Creek passed through here Sunday afternoon enroute home having filled his appointment at Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Parks, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dodson, Mr. and Mrs. Will Grant and Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Noble entertained to Rook last week. June Mattingly and family, who were tenants on Otis Severs farm, have moved to Mrs. Sarah Burch's place, and Morgan Noble and family will move into the house vacated by Mr. Mattingly. S. Mrs. f . THIS NOTICE IS FINAL ' f r I will be in the following places on the dates men- tioned below: tronounced Thit If preference for for the Lalley preference, the fact that it has been in use for ten years would be sufficient. But is especially so among farmers the progressive keenest men in every locality. there are many good reatons the greater Lalley economy, its greater power, its long life, and the actual savings it makes in time and labor and money. Kentucky Creameries ' McDANIELS; Monday,' February 16'th GLEN DEAN; Tuesday, February 17th ROCKVALE; Wednesday, a. m, Feb. 18th VANZANT; Wednesday, p. m.f Feb. 18th -- Ji ( - Branch House Prices For This Week Hens - - - - 22c Roosters - - - 12c Springers - - - 22c there were no other reaton I will also have the tax books in Hardinsburg on Circuit Court days of Monday and Tuesday, FORDSVILLE FORDSVILLE, PLANING MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY JAKE WILSON, Manager .Eggs - Cream Packing Stock Those By ... Ky. February 9th and 10th, 1920. ' . . 40c - 56c - 35c W,;GPATE ' jw Prices Corrected weekly J. R. SANDERS, Cloterport, Deputy Sheriff of Breckinridge County XV V "?N l' v ! , ' t v 7- f ' w- - v fc "i,,4i . EjSfc 7 wi.iirtar BHtsOsBBSl FBBRUAttYJU, ltJP , " THE BRBCKENRIDGB NEWS, CLOVERPORT KENT'lJClCY !, -- PAGE .it I from Evansville, Ind , where she hqs Louisville, Sunday after spending a CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS visiting her sister, Mrs. Eliza few days with his parents, Mr. and Holmes, Mrs Win S. Ashby NOTE Pleaie notify the editor rinvu you ooo ooo FEB. 11, 19M .WEDNESDAY. defirc advertltementa discontinued. Mr. Harrv Darsl mrnf (lie uiilf. Miss Jessie Catherine Plank, of Batcrtd at the Foit Office at Cloerprt, Kjr. Louisville, was the Ktiest of Mr. and 'end ill Owensboro with his aunt, FOR SALE ai ifcond clan matter. Mrs Jno. N. Burn a few days last .Miss rlorcnce Lewis, and was ac- (or ite Wyandotte KB(r .ompanicd home by his sister, Miss FOR weeK. Hatching from KrgaMlorcti, the World' rHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ooo Alary jo iwattingiy. mot noiuUr White Wyandottei, Direct ADVERTISING BY THE Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Burden went dcicrndenti of thia wonderful strain are in Mr Sam Wheat'cy spent several to Louisville, Saturday with their son, my pens and flock, none tietter lo be had Wonderful layers and winners. Egg $2.d0 Carl Burden, to have him examined days last week in Howell, Ind., visitto $.t.llO per 15. Correspondence solicited. by a specialist. ing his daughter, Mrs. Murray Pryor, Herbert Hall, Hardinsburg, Ky. and Mr. Pryor. general. arricEs Mrs. Geo. Reese and daughter, Mrs. ooo FOR SAUK Poultry Farm of NEVy YORK AND CHICAGO acres with established trade, six room house with out Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Sawyer, of Robert Lowe, of PineVillc, who have ("RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES buildings. Fruit and water, near railroad been visiting Mrs. Reese's sister, Mrs. Hawesville, spent Sunday the guests station. Address owner, J. W. McMillen, Geo. Bentlcy ,in Hawesville, spent of Mr. Sawyer's brother, Joe J. Addison, Ky, KATES FOR POLITICAL Sunday, here the guests of Mrs. Sawyer, and Mrs. Sawyer, ooo FOR SALE A good two year old gentle Reese's aunt, Mrs. J. N. Cordrey, and mule. Thomas I.. Callahan, Hardinsburg, Mr. Will Watkins, St. Joseph, For Precinct and City ""W t 2.B0 Mr. Cordrey, enrouteo to their home, Mo., arrived Sunday, toof his sister, Ky. oo sec Pa rAHnti, nffia.a $ 000 Mr. VVm. S. Ashby was in HawesMrs. Ei B. Oglcsby, who continues FOR SALE House and lot on the Hill near "Fbr iState .and District Opcca ,i, 118.00 .10 ville, last week to sec his sister, Mrs. very ill with pneumonia. Mr. Watkins High School building formerly Mrs. O. 11. tor uni, per line For Cardt,' per lint Mattingly's home. House one story, 4 .10 Mary G. West, who is critically ill. went "to Hardinsburg Sunday eve to For all Publication! in the interest ol rooms, in good repair. Coal house ami wood ooo be the guest of Mrs. John Kincheloc. shed. Lot (X) by 100 feet. For price and individual; or ezpreiiion of Individ Miss Rose Newton, of Louisville, ooo ttal vlewa; per '" .10 terms write I). C. llenton, 1.10," First Sergt. Burl Parson, of Vincennes, spent Sunday with her parents, tMr. Street, Louisville, Ky. Ind., spent the week-enwith Mrs. and Mrs. Horace Newton. STARK-LOWMAFOK SALE Fine Might Grade Young Bull, CO. e Pardon and daughter, Mildred Narraugansett and Turkeys; Splendid Miss Lillian Cart, who was ill with Louisville Representatives Parson, who arc guests of Mrs. breeding stock, Toms seven dollars. Hens influenza last week, was able to go Parson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat' six. A. M. Thompson, Addison, "Ky. to Union Star, Monday to recuperate Tucker. FINE FARM 289 ACRES. at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cart. v. FOR SALE Fine farm, UM) acres, 75 or M) fflfje Mrttkiwiht Jitta been SAI.ft-AVh- , j,jpB3a2i VALENTINES The kind that force staid lips into smiling and ing spire an intimate towards the sender. Humorous, sentimental, affectionate any kind you wish. Be sure to send one to each and everyone of your friends and sweethearts, regardless of their number. good-feelin- N ' d Her-nic- tstrsixtrol Jfltaiti imx Mrs. J. R. McAfee, of Irvington, is dwelling, plenty of fine water, four and a half miles South of Hardinsburg on Jewels Mr. Milton V. Pate, Hawesville, here to see her mother, Mrs. Wm. Creek. This is one of the best farms in the Mullen, who is ill. Route 3 was in this city, Saturday. county. For price and terms write John T. 1 Hobcn, Hardinsburg, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Price Graham have reJno. T. Ditto, of Decatur, 111., spent KOR SAI.K One good two story eight room Saturday and Sunday with his sister, turned from Louisville, where Mr. bouse with tliree porcbes, electric lights, Mrs. John D. Babbage, and Mr. Bab-bag- c. Graham has been in St. Joseph's In- Miss Nell Bramlette rooiI cistern, coal house and wood house. firmary recovering ffom the removal Becomes Bride of Mr. Hopkins. A nice corner lot with a good garden. One square from of a cataract. l'rice reasonable. &ee ooo it. bnglisli, Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs,. C. S. Green, of Owensboro. Irvington, Ky , Feb. 9. (Special) has been in Holt, Ky.r the guest of Mrs. Sarah Beavin. of McQuady, FOK SALIC White Wvandotte coekrrrL. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Birkshire.. was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Miss Nell Bramlette and Mr. George direct descendants the most popular and Lytle Hopkins, Nashville, Tenn, were winning Strains ofof America. None better noo M Censhaw, and Mr. Crenshaw, quietly married at the home of the to be obtained at the nominal price of $3.00 Mrs. J. W. McMillen has returned last week and concluded her visit each. First orders gets Adto her homein Addison, Ky. after a Tuesday after spending the week-en- d bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 'K. dress Mrs. W. J. Halt, the preferred. Ky. Hardinsburg, few days visit in Cannelton, with with her niece, Mrs. Philip Rhodes, Bramlette, Thursday morning, Feb. ."th., 19:0 at nine o'clock. Rev R. E. relatives. SAI.K Two lots with houses and other and Mr. Rhodes. buildings, located on Dishop Hill, near ooo Reeves, Adairville, Ky., and a brother-in-la- w ooc Horace Newton's and Kobert Moorman's. "Miss Jane. Hambleton was called of Mr. Hopkins preformed the Mrs. Raymond May was in LouisThis property can be bought at a reason from Louisville, Friday to bV with her ville, Monday. ceremony. Mrs. Hopkins is the atalile price. Ask or write Jno. V. llabbage, sister, Mrs. Chas. Keil, who is ill Cloverport, Ky. tractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V with influenza and four of her childMiss Ruth Chambliss went to Hard- K Bramlette. Mr. Hopkins has a very ren have it. WANTED lucrative position with the Southern insburg, Monday to spend a week iitimmtimmmamtfmmtjjmMmjffjfrKffrffrj with her mother, Mrs. Mary Cham-bjls- s, Express Co. They will make their WANTED Second hand Iron kettle. Med- r, Mrs. Ella Jordan is with her mm size. I he llreckenridge News. while the Clovcrport Public home at Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Ball, who is ill at her school is closed. home near Wolf Creek, Ky. WANTED Traction Engine and saw mill. Irvington Girl Weds oqo C. A. Tinius, Stephensport, Ky. Mrs. Malinda Beavin has returned Alvin Rice, of Louisville. Mr. Sterrett Ashby returned to Mr. WANTED The IIEI.l' State Soldiers' Home, Lafayette, Ind., needs a number of Irvington, Ky , Feb. 9. (Special young or middle aged women for work in Miss Reba Bolin and Mr. Alvin Rice, the Hospital, Laundry and other places. Address: I). II. Kchlcr, Commandant. of Louisville, were married in Louisville, Thursday evening, Feb. 5, 1920 WANTEi) More of these classified ads. at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Rev. T. They pay others. Why not you. N. Williams. Mrs. Rice is the attractive daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. James MISCELLEANIOUS Bolin. Mr. Rice is an employee of the IIOLSTICIN DULL The dairy business L H. & St. L. R. R. After a short pays. Increase your milk yield. Breed your trip they will be at home to cows to a registered llolstein Bull. See bridal J. K. Kskridgc, Hardinsburg, Ky. We have on our list one of the very best farms in their friends in Louisville. Society Items acres good bottom land, '2 good barns, good Remember 'tis Leap Year. a Valentine. We have many suitable for the occasion. Girls Send him Of Local Interest J. C. NOLTE & BRO. post-offic- 1 -- Clearance Sale Continued Note These tow Price Offerings Of Good Merchandise Hansen Work Gloves of Splendid Quality, mo-,the- ! Oli I J 01 7K Meas' work and dress Shirts. Best "Quality 01 nn OliUU ' Ladies Bungalow Aprons Size 36 to 44 $1.00 $1.98 Zuli OCp A fair of "Fine Grade' "Owalls1 $1.75 4 A Fine Farm For Sale! I Ladies House Dresses Mens Work Socks In White Tan and Blue Gingham and Percale cn jl Breckinridge county. 234 acfes, '9 room residence, 2 large fine barns, 1 tenant house, well fenced and.watered and in an excellent state of cultivation. 75 acres in grass and clover 100 acres of valuable timber. Level fqr machinery, ft miles of railroad and riv.er. Positively one of the best and most productive" farms in this rection of country. Splendid community, Price reasonable. Easy ternis. , The right farm for the right man. . e Wedding Solemnized in the Temple. Meador-Kinchelo- LOST LOST 411 nr $.47 filnll.irO in n3twr mnnev on Main street, Cloverport, on Jan. 2s, lll'JO. Finder please return to llreckiriridge-Hanof Cloverport and receive reward. No questions asked. Childrens Black Hose Rlbbeo Special Price On Summer and Winter Gaps f rt Ball & Adkissoiy Hardinsburg, Ky. L-- fti The Wedding of' Mr. Marcus L Kincheloe, of Louisville, and Miss Sallie Meador, of Hardinsburg, was quietly solemnized on Thursday afternoon. Feb. 3, in the Methodist Temple, Louisville. Rev. E. F. Goodson performed the ceremony in the presence of relatives and a few close friends Mrs. Kincheloe is the daughter of Mr. Abe Meador, Jailor of Breckinridge county Mr. Kincheloe is the son of Mr. A. X. Kincheloe, and is connected with the Louisville Street Railway. side in Louisville. o 7rn JU 0 Ju 5C CARD OF THANKS. We desire to thank our friends ahd relatives Jor the kindness shown us at the deatfi of our loving wife and daughter, Anna Mae, especially Rev Huntsman for his kind and consoling words. Husband, Roy T. Pcckenpaugh And Parents. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims- against the Farmers Educational & Union of America Produce and Supply Co., Breckinridge Branch, Harned, Ky., to present same to me at the undersigned address, and all persons knowing themselves indebted to said concern will please come forward and settle. .Moorman Ditto, Receiver Hardinsburg, Ky. - Ladies- - Black Cotton Hose icn JO 25C Ladles' Fleece Lined Hose Per pair Q;n Good Quality Light "Colored . One Can Light House Cleaner Percales, per yard Big Yalue Mr and Mrs. Kincheloe will (Continued on Page o o re- . .ff- -- . - 8) Golden Rule St Cloverport, Ky. r.r "He says Pm a good skate" Chesterfield PUBLIC SALE will sell at public sale two miles from Hardinsburg, on the Owensboro and Hardinsburg road, on I aTV mumiiiiiiiiiiiim A REAL pal that's Chesterfield. Look at its record. Three million smokers less than five years on the market! Two words explain it "tThey Satisfy.' Our expert buyers in the Orient select for Chesterfields only the finest grade of the four choicest varieties of Turkish tobacco. To these are added the best of mild but Domestic leaf. But, in the end, it's the blend that makes Chesterfields "satisfy." And the blend our private formula cannot be copied. Extra wrapper of moisture-proo- f paper seals itr the flavor. -- " ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons having claims against the .estate of Nick Staples are ordered to produce them before me properly proven on or before April 1st, 1920, V. G. Babbage, Admr. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sahlie, whose home is on the Hardinsburg-Clover-po- rt pike, are receiving congratulations on the arival of a son, James Lewis Sahlie", January :M, weight, 0 Tuesday, February 17th the following Live Stock and Farming Implements: One pair Black Horse Mules Qlz hands high; two Milch" Cows, one Jersey one Holstein; two Calves; seven head of Hogs; about 250 bushels of corn; two breaking plows and single plows ; one harrow ; corn drill ; one Owensboro wagon, good as new ; farm harness. full-bodi- ed pounds. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many friends for their kindness and sympathy showirto us during the illness and death of our beloved wife and mother. B. Squires and Children. TACKY PARTY Stephensport, Ky., Feb. 9. (Special) The Stephensport school will give an old time tacky party Saturday evening, Feb. 14, 1920, for the benefit of the school and the Kentucky Children's Home Society. Prizes will be given to the tackiest, girl and boy. Also a number of contests. Old time games will be played. Come and have a good laugh Don't forget that every body must dress tacky. Admission 23 cents. I ' hb fajC4YJMfa(2t Household and Kitchen Furniture SALE WILL BEGIN AT 10 O'CLO'CK. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE BURT CAFtlVIAIM ,- - ' ' liiissssaisijiisssassssssBsissssssssssJasjsssssssBsj siilsiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBisiiHsiiiiiH asiiiiiiiH rsBt s P sZ iiiiiiiiiiiiH Perfect Lenses for Imperfect Eyes M: D. Harner, of the Harner Optical Company, of Louisville, Ky.'; will make regular monthly trips as follows: IRVINGTON" HARDINSBURG CLOVERPORT 3rd Tuesday and Wed- nesday. W e d d i n g's 1st Tuesday 'and Wed- - 1st Thursday and Fri- nesday, Park's Drug day, Lex's Drug ''tore, ( 'i 'SI m u.l :4 . !biiiiiiW HAWESVILLE 3rd Thursday and Fri- - Drug Store. daj Patterson's Store, i p4 Drug . . page THE BRJCCKENRIDQ DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County M it. NBWS, CLOVBRPOttT, jPstNTOCTtf w '' i '! BOMBS IKPRAGTMML W I 'fee I I frffcftttAK n 11, 1 ARE YOU A TARGET FOR It Hits Listless, Run-dow- GERMANY UNDONE BY Peo- FIGHTING FOREST FIRES OWNWEAPOK America Secret Making Explosive From Air. to Suggestion Given Ser'ous Con n Had Planters Hall Stock Farm Qlcn Dean, Ky. ple First Their Blood is Thin EPIDEMIC ' of Sold sideration by Officials of Forest Service. . i iv r Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep. GERMS EVERYWHERE IN Be Prepared Strengthen and Build Up Your Blood With Pepto-Mangan. He won 1000 Jribbom at Slate Fal-- i in l',at. Five Yean K I LP if ' Valley Home Mock Farm W. J. OWEN & SONS, Propletora 1 Hardinsburg,. Ky., Route Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle THE HOWARD H V, FARMS J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Sultan, Sultan, headi the herd ton of White-hal- l Duroc Hogs, Sprague Defender hcadt th a1 hri! mi ''J Breeders of 2nd. prilc Polled Shorthorn Heifer (Senior yearling class) Inter-N- a tional Chicago, mm. Glen Dean, Ky. Ky. I BEARD BROS. Hardinsburg. Dealers in LIVE 'STOCK AND TOBACCO I If it is true that you are not feeling your best if you have that "alwfeeling and no interest or ays-tired" enthusiasm then you should be careful of the influenza anemic people It is that disease strikes first. The fact that you have had a very few serious illness has, nothing to do with it. Everyn occasionally, and one gets when they do. the blood is in no condition to fight off disease germs, because it has not enough red corpuscles. It is the red corpuscles of the blood that fight disease and save you from sickness. You simply can't afford to take chances when influenza is striking down thousands everywhere. Fortify vour blood build it up with the pleasant tonic, And should you be just recovering from influenza, you need because your blood has exhausted n will help its strength. thin-bloode- d, run-dow- Pepto-Manga- n. I'epto-Aian-ga- n Pepto-Manga- build you up. Pepto-Manga- n C High-Clas- Ve Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealer in Robertson I I a s Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. .It will pay you to visit my Stables pnilnrsed hv nhvsicians. It fective and easy to take. Comes in either liquid or tablet form. No .difference in medicinal properties. Sold at any drug store. But be sure vou get the genuine Pepto-Manga- n "Glide's " Ask for it by the name and he sure the full name is on the package, (Advertisement). is widely and heart-il- v is ef- - PARK PLAGE G. N. Lyddan FARMER AND FEEDER Irvington, Ky. WEBSTER STOCK FARM h. h. norton. owner Means Plenty Eg's 5LD KENTUCKY Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in All Kinds of Live Stock. Webster, Kentucky. and. Healthy CHicKs o...c o' MFG. CO.. Inc.. Paducah. Ky vj. all good dealers WETHINGTON and HOGS FOR SALE One Duroc and Poland China sow, two years old, 9 pigs, one registered "Big Type" P. C. sow and 9 pigs, Spring gilts and yearling sows, being bred to one of best "Big Type" boars in state, and about 50 extra Fall registered P. C. pigs. Reasonable prices. Satisfaction or your money back. r W. J. OWEN & SONS, Hardinsburg, Ky. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: rj -&. Always In orhre during oQIce hours Irvington, Ky. Dog Owners! You are required by law to license your 'dogs and it is right that you should for the protection of the sheep industry. Get Your Dog License and Tag from the following persons:- MISS EFFIE WHITTLER Glen Dean, Ky. S. B. CLERKS OFFICE Hardinsburg, Ky. K. F. E i i Sample, Ky. J. O. BENNETT Custer, Ky. R. L. GILPIN CrJrners, Ky. LASLIE NEWSOM GARDNER Irvington, Ky. G. R. COMPTON Bewleyville, Ky FRANK RHODES McDaniels, Ky. J. O. JOLLY Union Star, Ky. M. Kirk, Ky. MISS LENA PAYNE Stephensport, Ky. MINOR BURKS Addison, Ky. A. M. HARDIN Lodiburg, Ky. VM. DAVIS McQuady, Ky. J. D. ALLGOOD Askins, Ky. J. W. HULTZ Fisher, Ky. HOMER PILE Mook, Ky. R. L. BICKETT WEATHERHOLT Cloverport, Ky. Glen Dean, Ky. HENNING A. T. BEARD County Clerk .Ingenious, Imaginative persons hnve recently proposed ns n method of fighting forest flres thnt gas bombs BIG. NITRATE PLANT RESULTS. bo dropped from airplanes;' Officials of the forest service; department of agriculture, say thnt this suggestion Is Built In Eight Months It Con- entirely Impractical. There Is no analogy between the suggested method rind vinces Kaiser of His Defeat. the use of poison gas bombs In fighting, because a fire ennnot be "poiAlsoned," but must be smothered. By GARRET SMITH. though one part of n poison gns to one One of the most romantic pnssnce million parts of nlr might be sufficient In the secret history of the World Wnr to kill soldiers, yet 750.000 pnrts of InIs the story of how the Ordnnnce De- ert gns Jo n million parts of nlr probn- partment of the United States Army nmilo It possible for America, until then utterly lacking In ammunition nnd In facilities for mnking It, to manufacture unlimited quantities of powerful explosives nut of air nnd rock. It was largely the knowledge "f till .a , it fact thnt forced Germuny to surrender when she did. The secret was secured from GerIt was an open busimuny herself. Affg-rBshus'iics" ness transaction between men, whereby we apparently acquired nothing more mllltnry than a process for making a high grade' fertilizer known as e.vnnamld. Frank Sherman Wnshburn, bead of the group of business men who bought this process, conceived the 'germ of the Idea In the carjy nineties while In .South America as consulting englneet In connection with the production ami shipping of Chilean nltiate of soda. Nitrogen compounds are nn essential part of all commercial fertilizers. The only available nnttirnl nitrate deposits In large quantities nre in Chile. This Germany, supply was diminishing. which bad been Inking about of the Chilean nitrates, was already experimenting with processes for their artificial production.. In 1007 Mr Washburn secured in Germany the American rights of the cyniiamld process which had been Invented in thnt country. Turning Air Into a Weapon. Ry tins process air. which Is n mixnitrogen gas ture of nbout four-fifth- s oxygen. Is placed In connnd one-fifttainers and subjected to pressure and cold until It turns to a liquid. Then the nitrogen Is distilled in much the sir, same manner ns alcohol Is separated from water. But l"fore this nitrogen can be used as a fertilizer It must lie combined with a chemical combination of lime nnd carbon known ns calcium ' v' carbide, produced by burning nrdinnry limestone In dig' rotary kilns' nnd combining, It in the electric furnace with for carbon supplied in the form of ordinary coke. Cynnnmid thus produced contains the elements of ammonium nitrate, one is M.p most powerful of modern explosives. By one process ammonia is exold tracted from the cyannmid. By another process nitric acid Is extracted from another batch of this same Then the ammonia nnd nitric ncid are combined1 and there you have ammonium nitrate ready for packing Into shells with TNT. There are three kinds of explosives listed for bursting shells In modern warfuce TNT. picric acid aiid ammonium nitrate. ' The United States was equally deficient In raw materials nnd plants for manufacturing all three of these explosives. Under the best of conditions the cost of either TNT or nitric ncid Is nbout two nnd one-hathe cost of ammonium nitrate. But the United States was wholly dependent upon Chilean nitrate of sodn as a raw material for ammonium nitrate, with the exception of n small production of nitrogen from the coking of coal. The Chllenn supply wns 4,1)00 miles away from New York City by wny of the Ponnma Canal, nnd the route by way of the Straits of Magellan Is nearly twice as long. A Record Building Operation. Shortly after the war began In Europe the German government entered Into the fixation of air nitrogen for mllltnry explosives on a vast scale. It wni" not, however, until the full of 1017 that the United States government took It up. The Ordnance Department asked Mr. Washburn's company to organize a leaf, subsidiary corporation, known ns the Air Nitrates Corporation, with Mr. Wanhburn ns president, to act ns H agent of the government for the conall. struction nni operation of the nlr nitobacco. trates plnnt at Muscle Shoals, Alabama. This corporation provided the designs, erected the equipment In the chemical plants and supervlhed all the bons. other work. It also operated the camp, the town nnd the plant. Other work Is sublet to several of the best known organizations In the United States. Westlnghoiise Church Kerr from rolling jim-dan- dy C'oiiipnnj built the plant buildings, the camp, the permanent city nnd utilities. ir The J. G. White Engineering Corpora' tion designed and built the nitrate . ' add plant. The M. W. Kellogg Company furnished the piping and built the chimneys. On February 10, 1018, ground was broken, nnd eight months and eight days Inter the $00,000,000 Muscle Shoals plant begun producing ammonium nitrate. In that brief period ua.OOO men had completed the plant nnd around It, where nut u houMi stood before, hud arisen u city of 25,000 Inhabitant. This plnnt when In full operation was reudy to provide 13 per cent of all explosives to be used by nil the allies on ill the allied fronts during the spring drive of 101U. one-third fire ut gns which win asArc, forest officials ...... .I..I..A tm nn fiiv.t traa flint will in " InaM neither burn nor .support combustion. "such as nitrogen or enrnon uioxiue. From the standpoint of chenpness nnd ease In handling, enrhon dioxide would probnblv be the most promising gns, were gns bombs to be experimented with In forest fire fighting. However, as warn as nn nttempt Is made to work out practical plans for such nn undertaking difficulties become nppnrent. If nn nlrplnne, carrying TOO pounds of gns bombs containing 800 pounds of enrhon dioxide, succeeded In dropping the bombs exactly on n fire covering some 700 square feet, nnd If the gns liberated did not escape outside thCs area or rise more than ten feet above the ground, still such at attack would be far from effective. The :i00pounds of gas would be equnl In volume to nbout 3,000 cubic feet, nnd so the iitmohero jmrroijndlng the fire My would not suflice to ml The only kind or sist In stopping n weuM fie abont 4 per crtit cartH wr. dioxide nnd 57 per cent ordinary oxynlr contain 21 per cent Since the nt gen, this mixture would contain 21 ugh oxygen-enoof 57, or 12 per cent to support combustion. From such fads forest service on"'8 llevc that effective lino of gas bombs pa-ce- fl out of the question. for flreflghtlng In forests Is entirely "NERO'S HORSES" IN VENICE Famous Bronzes Returned Were' In' Rome for Wa'rtlme Safety. Tho four bronze horses which adorned the facade of St. Mnrk's cathedral have ngaln been put In place after nn nbsencc of, more than two years, duo to their transfer to Rome, where thev had been kept to avoid capture by the Austrlans or destruction by nlr bombs. The horses are regarded as tho-- finest specimens of ancient bronzes and nccordlng to tradl- oti "raced tho triumph arch of Nero. n """TTitfiwrsMisM H wwmm M liti ft 'Mj The Velvet tin is twice as big as shown' here - , , '& ,?. "- iii 'i - h There's a World of Solid Comfort In theRichRed that same warm red and gold YES, that we meanwelcoming "Howdy" to you in smiles a every tobacco store. Know what those colors mean? i -'-- .... i the friendly warmth, the mellow cheeriness, that Velvet puts into your old pipe. And, the gold where the Kentucky sunshine, that ripen' good Velvet, has just sort of soaked through. The red is a v sya-naml- " -- lf Remember what Velvet Jo said about it? "You've met canned meat' and canned music. Ever see any tinned sunshine? Well,, look into any e Velvet tin." . .' "T si. " Vii 1 And think this over: We don't have to hide Velvet's taste or smell with -- i It a lot of this, that and the other thing. Because Velvet has naturally what pipe smokers want real simon-pu- re tobacco taste and fragrance. Its just good, honest Kentucky made still more friendly and mellow by two years'. ageing in wooden hogsheads. Just good mighty near enough for But That's the man who wants a pipeful of tobacco and'not a box; of bon The picture of a pipe on the tin needn't keep you.' cigarette with Velvet. a is How's the Velvet holding out in your old red tin? ' --the friendly tobacco :. a . ex-ect- ...iA:w jttjA. ffPi.ktt, : ,!My&. hA 1" FEBRUARY 11,' 1W0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY posed anywhere in the country was no cents per horsepower. Mr. Tersteggc proposed that a tax of 8 per cent be laid on all bets or wagers on race tracks, and that from this source $2,000,00J annually could be raised. He also wants to tax soft drinks. Another proposition advanced was a tax of 5 per acre on all lands abutting on improved roads, It was said this system of raising road funds was employed in a number of states. The justice of this form of taxation was urged because it imposes a burden only on those it most directly bene-htA suggestion of a general tax of three cents on the $100 worth of property, was made, but Mr Ballard thought Governor Morrow would not consent to a raise in the tax rate. The conference was an informal one, and while much good roads spirit was manifested and various suggestions offered in regard to plans for raising a road fund, no definite plans were agreed on. s. PAGET ; ' BALLARD FAVORS TAXING AUTOS Report of Edith M. Burn, Treasurer City of Cloverport for Quarter Ending June 30, 1919 CASH RECEIVED 1019 To Raise State Road Fund. . $7,000,000 Needed For Road Work in Kentucky. Frankfdrt, Ky,, Jan. 29. Representatives of the Louisville Automobile club and members of the joint legislative committee now drafting a highways plan met at the residence of Lieutenant Governor Ballard here, and discussed plans' for raising the revenue with which to finance the road plans. It was estimated that it would require $7,000,000 to finance the road work contemplated. Of this sum will be supplied from the federal aid road fund, leaving $5,000,000 to be raised by the state. Lieutenant Governor Ballard suggested a road tax of $1 per horsepower on automobiles from whicli he said a fund of $2,000,000 could be raised. Albert L. ,Terstegge, chief spokesman for the Louisville Automobile club said $1 per horsepower on automobiles would be an unbeatable burden. He said the highest tax im- 00 April 7th May June To To To To To To Balance last report C. G Brabandt L. V. Chapin do R. L. Oclze C. G. Brabandt . $1203.09 11.00 21.87 200.17 134.10 18.40 - . CASH .EXPENDED April May $1,050.43 t June ' - By Warrant Paid By do By do . 307.54 309.01 702.19 $1,379.34 TALK YANK John "How far is it to camp?" 01' Timer "About five miles as , the crow flies." John "Well, how far is it if the danged crow has to walk and carry a rifle and full pack?" The Stars and Stripes, Washington, D. C. To- Balance - $ 277.09 M. EDITH BURN, Treasurer. Annual Report of L V. Chapin, City Tax Collector, Cloverport, Kentucky To To To To To To Collect Collect Collect Collect Collect Collect 1914 1915 191G. 1917 1918 Book 1919 Book Book Book Bqok Book - $ -., 07.78 127.40 240.08 323.20 82G.28 3473.25 $5059.99 poscs of the industrial census work has been divided Into eighteen districts with Louisville and Harlan as headquarters for' the chief special agents sent out from Washington by the Census bureau. According to present plans twenty special agents will Taking Of Industrial Census be needed in the eighteen Kentucky districts with headquarters in the folSoon Begins; 1,200 lowing cities: Paducah, Henderson, or Madisonvillc, Owcnsboro, Bowling: Jobs Open. Green. Lexington, Bcattyville, AshClose at the heels of the censuses land or Catlcttsbtirg. Louisa, Jackson,g. Prcstonbitrg. Salyersvillc, Whites-burof population and agriculture comes Pikesvillc, Manchester, Wilthe next big step in the work of the liamsburg orLon don and Richmond. Fourteenth Decennial census that of taking the census of manufactures, mines and quarries and oil and gas wells. Director Rogers of the Census bureau announced Saturday that March 1, would see the work of collecting Uncle Sam's industrial statistics well under way. Tie general schedules have already been mailed to all manufacturing establishments in in New York City alone from ld4tr the country, approximately 400,000. More htan 1,200 special agents will ney trouble last year. Don't allow be needed by the Census bureau to yourself to become a victim ipf, carry on the vast work of enumeratneglecting pains and aches. Guard, ing each factory, mine, quarry, oil and against this trouble by taking gas well in the nation, and Director Rogers has issued an open invitation for all men interested to file applications for these, jobs immediately with the cCnsus bureau, Washington. In his statement Mr. Rogers says that the work of the special agents will be from two to four months duration The world's standard remedy for kidney, and that an energetic agent can earn liver, bladder and uric odd troubles. from $125 to $150 per month. When Holland's national remedy since 169. traveling a per diem subsistence al- All druggists, three sizes. Guaranteed. Look for tha name Gold Medal on rry W lowance is also made. and accapt no Imitation The state of Kentucky for the pur- - KY. IS DIVIDED INTO 18 DISTRICTS 16799 DIED GOLD MEDAL V 1 THE UNIVERSAL CAR The simplicity of the Ford car, its stability in construction, the famous heat treated Vanadiurn steel with its marvelous strength and flexibility the low cost of operation and maintenance, its ease in operation, all have made the Ford car the great favorite in every land in the world. It's theone car.that Always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can afford. We will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demand is heavy all the time. We have almost everything in motor car accessories', sell the genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. ' By Amount Paid toMiss Edith M. Burn, City Treasurer Less My Commission - - - $4,750.30 303. G9 $5,059.99 ' . Respectfully Submitted, , L. V. CHAPIN, City Tax Collector, Cloverport, Ky. Public Sale! ON R. L. REDMON'S FARM KNOWN AS THE WARN FORD PLACE ON YELLOW BANK CREEK, STEPHENSPORT, KY. CAMP TAYLOR TO BE ARMY SCHOOL Equipment Worth $2,250,000 Being Installed For Vocational Education. Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, is soon to be converted into one of the largest vocational educational schools in any army camp in the United States. $2,250,000 worth of equipment is being installed at the camp by the War Department. ' Soldier students are enrolling in the army school, 2,30) enrollments for the four departments have been taken. Seven car loads of machinery have been received for the printing, powers, e departments. metal and More vocational departments have been assigned to Camp Taylor than to any of the other army schools, according to the army officials of Tay. lor auto-motiv- Report of the condition of The Breckinridge-Ban- k of Cloverport. doing business at, the town of Cloverport, County of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky, at the close of 'business on 30th day of January 1920. Resources Loans and Discounts - $311,730.03 Overdrafts, secured and , 333.52 unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other 108,299.37 Securities Monday, February 16, THIS 10 SALE T. J. HOOK, KY. WILL BE COMPOSED FOLLOWING: 2 1 OF THE HARDINSBURO, trr Crc22 K ... -Due from Banks Cash on hand - - - Checks and other cash 30,631.12 27,013.45 312.22 3,300.00 300.00 &. items Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures - - Other Assets not included under any of the above heads Total Liabilities Capital Stock paid in, in cash head of work Mules 1 Mare coming 3 years old 40 head of cattle (Milch cows and Calves) One 10 H. P. Gasoline Engine 1 pr. Corn Burrs 22 in. 1 power Corn Crusher N. M. 1 $310,335.73 1 1 1 s Perfect? Lenses For Imperfect Eyes . " Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less and taxes paid Deposits subject to check - $282,382.74 Time Deposits - 173,178.41 Certifietl Checks 104.42 3,909.19 1 ...... - $ 30,000.00 10,000.00 7,729.77 1 1 2 .'J Deering Corn Shredder Deering Wheat Binder Anspear Wheat Drill (Good as new) Corn Planter Torpedo Sulkey Turning Roller Clod Crusher Riding Disc Cultivators Drag Cultivators Mowing Machines Hay Rake 1 Disc Harrow i Breaking Plows (N. 19 L. & R.) 7 sets of Harness 1 Buggy 1 Spring Wagon 3 Road Wagons 1 set of Blacksmith's Tools Corn and Hay 1 1 Corn Cutter Jack, coal black, 15 hds. high, guaranteed colt getter. Came from Cook Farm, pedigree can be furnished with him Hundreds of other things too numerous to mention Cashier's checks outstanding - , t Reserve for taxes Total State of Kentucky - 401.034.7G 991.20 $510,335 73 EVERYTHING AT THIS SALE WILL GO TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. DO YOU KNOW that your earning capacity your health and hapi-- . ness largely depends on the good.condition of your, eye's? DO YOU KNOW that 90 per cent, of all headaches come from defective vision? DO YOU KNOW that most of the severe cases of eye trouble are caused by neglect? , The steady drain on the reserve strength of yqur eyes will sooner or later make glasses absolutely necessary. Perhaps you NEED THEM NOW. Wp Use No Drops in the Eye M. D. Harner, of the Harner Optical Company, of Louisville, will be County of Breckinridge We. Edward Bowne and Paul Lewis President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledgy and belief. E. Bowne. President Paul Lewis, Cashier Subscribed 'and sworn to before me this Gth day of February 1920. Ray Lewis Heyser Notary Public My Commission Expires Jan. 21, 1922. ' Set. R. L. REDMOND FINE RIVER BOTTOM II 1 uS K. ,at Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky., for his regular monthly visit- Tuesday and Wednesday. , DAYS ONLY February 17 and' 18. ' ,.TWO - ' S. P. Conrad, J. C. Jarbbe, John A. Barry, Directors. FARM FOR SALE Acres of fine ri'er bottom land 2yi miles below Rome, Iml., in the Rome Bottoms and lying jus.t across the river from Addison, Ky., where the Government Dam is tp be built. Every fqo,t of, this laud is. tillable and only overflows in exceptionally high water. Will produce from 75 to 85 bu.of. corn per acre. Js safe for wheat or any kind of cxp. There are about lfi acres where the improvements are located that never overflows. The improvements consist of sa splendid two-stor- y frame house with all other necessary improvements which are in good condition, P,rice $11,000.00., WlL,,only. be dn the market for a, very short time. Call pr T." " " Prepared .; ST. LOUIS HAS SALE OF 525,000,000 WORTH OF FURS. St Louis, Feb. 1. More than pelts, valued at about $25,000,-00will be placed on sale 0, TofDo Optical Work At Reasonable Prices ', s , ' WH at the opening of the winter auction of the International Fur Exchange. Approximately 000 buyers from various parts of the world,,including 23 from Germany, were registered tonight. The sale will continue two weeks. Old Hickory Heavens, the Republicans have some Wood tool New York Sun. WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS . h K BRECKINRIDGE-BANNT K OF CLOVERPORT J. D. SEATON .f SECURITY---SERVICECONTENTME- . ' . .t .' Cumb. Rtisnt 29 J. Clovtrport, Ky. EDWARD BOWNE, PrwJdtat PAUL LEWIS, Cashier . Ix . PACWi ' U r 5 THE BRKCKKNRIDGK NEWS, CLOVERPbRT, KENTUdCY' 4 FEBRUARY 11, 1W0 l IMHIIIIIIIIIIIUHWIiffllllMmilllHHIIIIHIIIlllHPPMIltUlilllllSIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIHmill LOUISVILLE 9 a-st- v 1 Embry-Weir I'flvii jur . zxmsma IVE SUOW 'iW!SnKSffijM&BPBEEEEEO" Motors Co. Incorporated Dlitrlbators ef th MAXWELL and JORDAN See the New Models at the Show m$9Hh&sHSkKK - rg s CORD and FABRIC Not Accidentally Good but D Made Qood Always! DANT-WESTEFEL- CO. Incorporated ! ! x x x i f I State Agents 908 S 3rd Street Louisville, Ky. City 116, South 117 Long1 Distance Telephone . " x X X a TRUCKS, PASSENGER CARS. ACCESSORIES FEBRUARY 23 28INC ! urli Tiger-Foo- t IeV BBVI TRACTORS, I I E and Standard Fabric Tires r SEE US AT THE Cord SlOW . mWt wJHi Distributed By ATTHE ARMORY- - FAMOUS Jar MILEAGE 666 "Incorporated South Third St. Louisville, Ky. MAHON BROS. & ALEXANDER : Skelton Automobile. $1245 F. O. B. Factory Appearance and actual mechanical merit considered, Automobllo today selling near Its price $1,245. the greatest NJ i 41 fffl nillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIII HWG GLOBE TIRES Fabric 6000 Miles Cord 8000 Miles SEE OUR EXHIBIT ' AT THE SHOW And At Our Store 307-30- 9 904-90- 6 v 'SEE "MADE BY MEN WHO KNOW" IT AT THE SHOW . STILES-KLAPHEK- E Incorporated S. THIRD, CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. I Hand Made Accessories Distributors Premier and Skelton Automobiles Mechanic Tools Garage Equipment West Broadway ' ROBINSON BROS. & CO. (Incorporated) Louisville Auto Supply Co. We Do Not Sell Your Trade Wholesale Only ATTENTION DEALERS factory representatives. Has It ever. occurred to you how hard It Is to secure the exclusive agency on real good tires,, and spark plugs? We are Louisville WHOLESALE HARDWARE Kentucky j '? "'I Prevents Explosion Of Your Gasoline Cost Saves 5 and Eliminates Carburetor Trouble See it sit tlii show! It'.s Minietlilug new mid It won't lie long before every car owner will have one. Not only does it save gas anil eliminate carbureter trouble, but no tire can explode any gasoline tank that bus one of these tubes In It. STRONGHOLD TIRES When You Visit Louisville, Ride to Your Hotel in a WITH WHITE LINE Agfntt of AUStatlont Hand Made, Built For Service EXPRESS SPARK PLUGS Eliminate Carbon We still have some territory and attractlye proposition to offer on an exclusive basiK. See us at the Automobile Show Portland Auto and General Repair Company State Agents "EVERY DRIVER AN ESCORT" CITY Main Afnl$ at AUHottU or write At The Heick Booth LETTERS WE APPRECIATE .tor " ' LIKES KY. BETTER THAN ILL yours, Mrs. J. f, Mr Jno Bahbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Mr Dabbage: Will you please change my paper from Findlay, 111., Route I! to my present address, Dal-to- n City. III.. is a fine SUBSCRIBES FOR HER FATHER country but I Route 2. This Kentucky will take old D;ar Sir:1 for my home. I am anxious to get D. Ratihage Mr. Jno. Find enck)sed 50 cents for which The Brcckenridge News. Thanking please send The Breckenridge News jou in advance for your trouLJj. Yours respectfully, Mrs. Maude foui months to my father, Mr A, P. Stevens, care Ed Moody. Clark, Boonville, Ind., Route 0 and oblige, Mrs. Mori Honk, Glen Dean, CHANGES ADDRESS. Ky J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky, Dear Sir: Please change address on my paper to the following and oblige, PERMANENT DENTIST I. R, Adkisson, Uristow, Okla. Vr loUlSVILLE 1aCICAB TrANSFER lil4lPOkATIi Co. C. ol Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. Specializing In Trial Practice WELCOME WEEKLY VISITOR. Dear Mr. Babbage: Am enclosing check for $1.80 for subscription to The Breckenridgc News a welcome weekly visitor. With regards to the family Very sincerely. (Mrs. J. E.) Lula J Owen Matthews, a 111 Knight Street, Dallas, Texas. MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 1606-7-- S Inter-Southe- LIKES TO HEAR' FROM. OLD HOME. Mr' J. D. Babbage, Cloverport. Ky. linclosed lind check tor i.5u. rjease send me The Breckenridge News as we still like to hear from the people from our old home. Respectfully Building LOUISVILLE More Than 20 Years Experience Armstrong, Alexis; Miss Martha Willi? entertained the III., Route 2 Box 87. members of the Philathae class of the Baptist Sunday-schoand their MOVED OUT OF THE COUNTY teacher, Mrs. A. N. Couch, who was guest Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport the honoredguests of the occassion. While the were enjoying the adKy. Dear Sir: Please change my refreshments, one of the dress for The Brcckenridge News delightful of the class presented Mrs. from Lodiburg to Jacksonville, 111.. members Route 5. This is certainly a pretty Couch with a beautiful pin as a partplace, but just the same we want the ing gift from the class. ( ooo paper from home. Thanking you in Miss Cecil Dix and advance, I am sincerely, Glen Macy, Mr. Joe D. Moorman Married. ' Jacksonville, 111. Glen Dean, Ky., Feb. ,0. (Special) SOCIETY ITEMS Mr. Joe D. Moorman, of this place, OF LOCAL INTEREST. and Miss Cecil Dix, of Stenhensport, were marrieu in iouisviuc ui inc Hotel Henry Watterson on Thursday, (Continued From Page 4) t Feb 3. The Rev RobertHill Tandy was the officiating clergyman. Misses Burn Entertain The groom is the son '"of Mr. and On Monday Evening. Mrs. Jess A. Moorman and he is a progressive young farmer. The bride Misses Margaret and Edith 'Burn is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Sam gave a pretty Valentine party at- their Dix, of Stephensport, and is one of home on Railroad St., Monday even- Breckinridge county's best school ing, to the members of Mrs. D. B. teachers. Mr. and. Mrs. Moorman will reside Phelph' Sunday-schoclass. The guests enjoyed the evening's enter- on a farm near here. ooo tainments and a delicious salad course Mr. Earl Moorman Marries was served them before leaving. , oo o Fulton County Girl. ,' Philathae Class Presents Glen Dean, Ky. Feb. 0. (Special) Mrs. Couch With a Gift Mr. Earl Moorman, of Glen Dean, On Tuesday evening of last week, and Miss Myra SliclfohVof 'IIi.ckman ol , ... THE BEVERLY CO. Ifj w,..,.wT,.,, WWWW 220 W. Main -- M Louisville, Ky. .., , W -- T,T,wV ' 'T.X . . married 'in Louisville, Thursday, Feb 5, at the home of the groom's sister, MrS. Robert Crider, and Mr. Crider. Rev. Robert Hill Tandy performed the ceremony. The groom is one of Glen Dean's were Ky., most nrosnerous farmers, and is tlte son of Mrs. j. C. Mattingly. Mrs, fi Moorman taught school here last year. .$ in the primary department. They, will l make their home near Glen Dean, on a farm. T H. M. BEARD A. T. BEARD TVB. BEARO t M A' ' i BEARD BROTHERS FARMERS AND DEALERS IN LIVE STOCK. AND HANDLERS OF LEAF TOBACCO, ' NOTICE We RS: KY. have in our barns 150 Mules and a number Mares " vI of Hprsosand We Buy now. for' Sale. are sure they will be higher in the, Spring, v If you have any to sell," call orv write us. Respectfully, BEARD BROTHERS. ,' ' ; - v j If" vii'iiiitoai,i'lyHfc- MW .. r i I V ,' . M'.S iifrnlirnalfclfr jMaiiii.i tnJkl BwKfti iJfcnttMBBwIrtfwBFii idifc rf?fl