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XLIV Pages No. 36 DEMOCRATIC TOGETHER RALLY NOAH GIPSON SUC- from all parts of the State Thursday, March 18, the day following adjournment of the, Kentucky Legislature, for rally and banquet a which will be given at the Seelbach Hotel. Party leaders, including, members of the House and Senate, held an informal meeting at the Seelbach Saturday night and named a subcommittee composed of Judge Charles A. Hardin, chairman; Col P. H. Callahan, Col. Harry Sommcrs Elwood Hamilton add W. A. Gatliff, to arrange for the meeting. Invitations will be extended to Democratic members of the House and Senate, Democratic judges of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, Democratic editors, Democratic County Chairman and Senators and members of the House and all Democratic county officials, together with JJ50 nrnmitipnf Dininrratir frnm all narts u !! wvaBMW 01 me staie, 10 aiicua me rauy una banquet. The committee announced that Homer S. Cummings, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, had accepted an invitation to attend the banquet and will be on the program for the principal address. Senator IBcarter uiass, ot Virginia, nas Deen in- Vlicu IJUI llic luilllllllicc una uctu unable to get an acceptance as yet altho they expect he will attend. Editors of the state will be guests at a luncheon given in their honor at iof the rally, and later in the after- ff 3fethe Seclbach at 1 o clock on the day &W?noon members of the Democratic State Central and Executive Commit tee will hold a joint meeting to fix the I" 'time and place for holding the state convention. Elizabethtown News. er - Will Be Held in Louisville Near Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Gipson R. N. Hudson, President and 18th. Banquet at Seelbach . Lose Second Son Within a ing the equipment from the Govern- Citizens Want It. Mayor General Manager. Officers Mr. Gillig Outlines Plan for ment Salvage Department possible Hotel. Year's Time. saying that the city would save about To Call An Election. Building Water System Democrats will gather in Louisville fifty per cent. He also recommendyears old, Noah Gipson, twenty-fou- r succumbed to pneumonia at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Gipson, near Stephensport, on Tuesday afternoon of last week. Young Gipson first hail influenza which later developed into pneumonia and his heart became involved causing his sudden end. A short funeral service was held at the grave in the Cloverport cemetery on Wednesday morning. Rev. A. N. Couch had charge of the service. Last September, Gipson's younger brother was drowned in the Ohio River while watering his horse. They were the only two children of j Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Gipson, who survive but were unable to attend their son's funeral on account of having the influenza. WATER WORKS PROPOSITION CUMBS SUDDENLY PRESENTED TO CITY COUNCIL In Cloverport. The City Council met in regular session on Monday evening and heard Mr. J. T. Gillig, of the J. T. Gillig Engineering Company, of Cincinnati, s proposition speak on the for Cloverport. n Besides Mayor Barry and his there was a good representation of the leading business men of the city who were there to hear. Mr. Gillig, and several of them expressed their views for making plans and taking definite action on the proposition. Mr. Gillig arrived in the city early Monday morning, and he with Mayor Barry and Councilmcn Hamman and Gregory made a general survey of the town and noted the best locations for building the tower, reservoir and pumping station which Mr. Gillig recommended in his report. water-workcoun-cihnc- OFFICERS FOR L ft & ST. L REELECTED ed building a reservoir with a capacity of flO.OOO gallons for the present, with a large enough pumping station so that in case of fire, should the reservoir be drained the water could be pumped directly into the water main. The 50,000 gallons, he said would, in case of fire, supply eight fire hose with a heavy stream of water for two consecutive hours. Mr. Gillig did not advise installing a filter at first as the people here have cistern water for drinking. People Want When Mr. Gillig had finished his report Mayor Barry gave the citizens who were there an opportunity to voice their sentiment in the way of Water-Works. water-works. ,,- - HOME BURNED Mrs. L. C. Brinsley's Resiworks. $17,000 Already Available. Mayor to Call An Election. Jno. D. Babbage, editor of The Desdence in Stephensport It has been roughly estimated that Breckcnridge News, urged the Mayor After hearing these talks, Mayor for to take some definite action on the Barry could not help but know that to build a complete troyed Early Sat. Morning 0 matter without delay. He agreed with the general sentiment of the people Cloverport it would cost between water-system Mr. R. B. Pierce was the first to speak and he was straight out for to cover the buijding a water-systeentire city. As to raising the money, he said it would be raised because tlie people of the town wanted waterm building The town could not be bonded heavily enough to build the plant, so the citizens paid for laying their individual pipe lines and they were eventually paid back the money by credit on their water bills. This seemed a very feasible plan for Cloverport. Miss Ray Lewis Heyscr, assistant cashier of the Breckinridgc-Ban- k of Cloverport, who had a big share in helping to raise the money for the federal highway said that when the people paid their subscriptions for the road, there were any number who stated that if the money was being paid for s they would double their subscriptions. Miss Heyscr offered her services to help secure the funds when the time came to build the plant Messrs. J. W. Pate, Marion Weath-crhoand J. C. Nolte made speeches that were short and to the point in favor of building water-work- s. water-worklt water-work- s. With the termination of Federal control of railroads on March 1, at 12:01 a. in., the same officers of the L H. & St. L. R. R. resumed their former positions under private ownership by action of the Board of Directors Mr. R. N. Hudson was reelected president and general manager, W L. Mapothcr, vice president, Ridgcly Caycc, secretary and L. W. Notts, treasurer. The officers appointed were the same as before including J. R. trencral counsel! ft M T imk'n auditor; J, C. Wjllcov. assistant audi v Kiggs, pay master; F. D. tor; herry, purchasing agent, W. E. Chambers, general freight agent; E. M. Womack, general passenger agent; S Mnnrp. imrinnr inn!,,,,,,,.,...... of way: F C. Ferry, master mechanic; join oiiics, inspector oi transportation; W R Hensley, train master; and I S. Mnnrm.-nccicfnuf ini master and car accountant. Skjll-lliai- l. BURIED SATURDAY Mrs. S. W. Gentry's Remains Taken to Kingswood. Well Known in Stephensport. Stephensport. Mar. I. (Special) Dora Gentry, wife of S. W. Gentry, died at her home at Taswell, Ind, Thursday. She had not been in good health for scveral years. Mrs. Gentry leaves her husband, two children and one sister, Mrs. C. B Gentry, of this place, to lament her death, and a number of friends here, as they made this their home at one time, and she was well known here Her remains were, taken to Kings-woo- d for burial, Saturday, accompanied by relatives. Mrs. $30,-00- - . K r Stephensport, Mar. 1. (Special) The home of Mrs. L. C. Brinsley, on Main St., was destroyed by fire Saturday morning at 1 o'clock. Her son, Ira Brinsley, awakened and found the room full of smoke,. He then woke his mother, and on going down to the dining-rooand kitchen, found the fire beyond control, so could not save anything out of dining-rookitchen thej)edrooms. The fire alarm was giv2 en and help arrived in time to save everything in the two front rooms. MRS. SIPPEL GOES TO MISSIONARY CONFERENCE. The origin of the fire is not known Mrs. Conrad Sippel has gone to and no insurance on building or conBardstown, Ky., to attend the Louis- tents. Mr. Brinsley worked without ville Annual Conference of the Wo- shoes and hat, so is in a prostrated men's Missionary Societies which condition from heat and smoke. Fortunately the wind was not blowconvenes in Bardstown from Tuesday d imtil Friday Mrs Sippel was the al- -' ing and no other buildings Were ' 'ternate for Mrs. D. B. Phelps. m and $40,0C0 According to the last act of the Legislature, Cloverport can not be bonded for more than $17,000, and getting the balance of the money is the question for deliberation. Mr. Gillig, in his report before the Cify Council, stated that the $17,000 would build the tower, reservoir, pumping station and an 8 inch pipe main the entire length of Main street from Solbrig's corner in the East End to Ed. Whitehead's in the West End. Mr. Gillig recommended buy- - Mr. Gillig in saying that the money lost in fires in Cloverport would have Mr. Babbuilt a fine bage added that whenever the people of Cloverport wanted a thing they found the way and the money to get it, and he firmly believed that there was no doubt but what the people would vote the bond issue. D. B. Phelps, of the Phelp's Button Factory, told of a town in Missouri that had a situation similar to Clover-por- t, and of the plan used there in water-syste- was to have water-work- s and it was up to him to take some definite action in thb matter. So the councilmen to adjourn subject to a call meeting of the Mayor. In the meantime Mr. Gillig is to make an estimation of the cost for building a plant here and submit it to Mayor Barry. As soon as Mayor Barry receives Mr. Gillig's report he will call a meeting of his councilmen and decide when to call an election to vote the bond issue J. F. DUTSCHKE APPOINTED POSTMASTER OF HOLT. Among the appointments of thirteen postmasters to fill vacancies caused by resignations in fourth class Kentucky was Joseph F. Dutschke to succeed G. V. Marrett, at Holt Marrett moved to Owens-bir- o post-office- THE PROGRESS OF CREAM STATION A BILL EXPLAINED TO BE OPENED HERE s, dam-aire- Rep Cain is Back After a Fort- Cow Heel Grocery Will be Re- - REV. COUCH AND FAMILY MOVE TO BARDWELL. KY. night at Home Nursing Flu Station for Sugar Patients. Creek Creamery Co. Rev A. X ROAD BILL PASSED After two weeks detention at home serving as the only available nurse at tlie hedside of five members of my family, who were confined with the "flu", I have returned to my duties at Frankfort. As a consequence of the enforced absence I find that I have fallen considerable behind with the" work and I regret the circumstance very much. The two proposed amendments to the constitutions, one providing for the appointment instead of election of State School Superintendent and the other relative to the distribution of the school fund have passed both Houses, so you will have an appor-tunitto vote for or against them in" general election. Had 1 been here I one. should have voted against the former. B. F. BEARD & CO.'S EMPLOYES "FLU" VICTIMS. State Road Bill. Four of the employes of B. F. The Road bill with its many pro- Beard & Co.'s store in Hardinsburg, jects and various amendments will be were "flu" victims, as was Mr. Marvin again reported in the House and pass- Beard, who heads the firm. Mr. Wared. Of course this measure will be of ren, the general manager, Mr Hohctt, c ho benefit unless sufficient revenue is Mr. Raymond Dowcll and Mrs. provided. were ill, but they have all reAmong others the bill embocjies the covered and back to their posts. extension of two projects of special interest to you. One from Hartford ff via Fordsville, entering Breckinridge county near Askins and terminating at Hardinsburg. the other trom Leitchfield, entering near McDanielst and also extending to and ending at Hardinsburg. Since she already has the Federal. Highway, it was not the original 1 tention of the bill to include Breck-- . jag wr tHr inridge county in any of its projects vx j 4Kjr and it was only her favorable posi- -' tion in relation to Ohio and Grayson counties that enabled her to secure these extensions. It must be understood that other sections of the county have not bceiii discriminated against. It is just that the section benefited were in a position consistent with the nroiects in Ohio and Grayson. Following is a brief outline of the, progress ot a bill wlucli may lie ot some interest. y, NEW CREAM STATION R V . FOR CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY V , Sugar Creek Creamery Company Will establish and operate a Cream Buying Station at tlie Cow Heel Grocery on Oak between Second and Third Streets OPENING DATE LC The Sugar Creek Creamery Company, one of the largest creameries in this section of the country, is to have a permanent station in Cloverport after March (i, where the cream producers of this vicinity may sell their cream and receive cash on delivery Mrs. W. O. Holder, manager of the Cow Heel grocery in the West End, has been induced to become manager of the local station, and Mr. J. II. Sipcs, of Bedford. Ind., will be here Friday to install the necessary equipment for the plant at the Cow Heel grocery. Eggs and poultry will be bought along with the cream Saturday, Xlarch 0, will be the opening of the new plant, and Mr Holder is planning to make it an auspicious Couch, former pastor of the Cloverport Baptist church, who 'resigned last fall. .Mrs. Couch and children, Miss Addie Bell Couch and W J. Couch. left Friday for Bardwell. Ky . where Rev Couch accepted a call as pastor of the Baptist church there. Their oldest son, Arthur Terry Couch remained here and will continue to hold his position in Wedding's Drug Store B. S. CLARKSON TOBACCO CO'S. FACTORY SOLD. y The factory at Fourteenth Street and St. Louis Avenue, owned by the B. S. Clarkson Tobacco, Company, was told Tuesday to the Kentucky Seel & Grain Company for (i(),000, and will be remodeled for the manufacture of mixed seed products. The purchasers contemplate making an addition of two stories to the plant in the near future, installing new machinery, and other improvements, which will represent an expense of two-stor- 4 SATURDAY, BRING MARCH 6th, 1920 Jar-bo- US YOUR CREAM president of the company and George E. Hays, vice president. The transaction was handled for both parties by Seltz & realtors. Louisville Times. $:iO,000. I. L. Marshall is Mil-le- r, We will meet you at your car or buggy, receive your cream and have your can and check ready, while you wait. We buy any amount, large or' small. We guarantee accurate weights and tests and the highest prices for butter fat the market'affords. I in-- Investor i urJ 7a. FREE SOUVENIR On V FREE the opening date every patron delivering us a can of cream will be given FREE one POUND of COFFEE t Service Is What We Expect To Give You We will be oh the job six days a week. Give us your cream and be one of the many satisfied Sugar Creek patrons ', Remember the Date, Saturday, March 6, 1920 Bring in your cream and take home your money and a free package of coffee. We also buy your produce paying market prices in cash ''' . w .r . - , ...... . " . u,,.1. .." ,.' i, . Tti ttjIm -- .. : r i n I H "7 SUGAR CREEK CREAMERY CO. AT THE COW HEEL GROCERY WALTER HOLDER, Manager CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY The Progress Of a Bill. After a hill is introduced into the House of Representatives, it is assigned by the Speaker of the House) to one of the Committees. In the Committee the bill is discussed as to its value to the people whether it carries with it an appropriation that will increase the taxes of the people, what effect it will have upon the laws already upon the Statutes eta, and if a majority of the Committee do not favor the bill, they render an un-- j favorable report to flic House which is usually accepted by the House, and the bill is said to have been "killed in i Committee " It the majority of the Committee; n favor the passage of the bill it is a favorable report to the, House,' which entitles it to its first reading. Oa three different days the bill must read in the House, and upon the third day, tle House may vote upon the bill, or may recommit it. If they vote upon it and a majority are not in favor of its passage, the bill is "killed" (Continued on Page. 8) giv--e- you high class, First Mortgage Real Estate Bonds, that will pay you 0 per cent. Interest on your investment, payable These loans arc made on strictly high grade real estate, at no time exceeding 00 per cent of a conservative appraised value. e can sell Semi-An-nuall- y. We also offer you the highest class service in any class of banking, if interested will be glad to hear from you. "Tho Personal Bank" I LINCOLN & SAVINGS BANK TRUST CO. Loulsvltli, Ktntucky CAPITAL, SURPLUS, $500,000.00 $100,000.00 Building owned by Bank. e &', Br rawr5 ' - r?-- WFmmsmm IHJ -- V WSf 'Pf. !' 1( T'JfV PAGE,? . ssMMwammgE nwff. Harohtf'JiH.I n Fattv. i JL, fvlu-- . Ate ij, Rep R iJ. Mrs. Cain and ...Ilk..:.. Cii...iKiimi....-ii,.- . .iik. ' i v their: entire irfatnill"arlll cbnflhed"tb plhgj i , i. hat i .. ir Hit-.- ' A PratlcttrmifSC i inli,a A tnllv. nf Har,litil,nrcr. nPti their bCdS With' of Braridcttburrfl Cirine1 Thilfsdayr to sJhmlaV flight rfnirlihdayfwittP-hlptfftint MW Jtillyi i.li ,i,i, Mrs u inis.'ii iiii v.uiNHuii ami jusiiw jur-- i iru .' ilv clan spen't' Thursday .WU Mrs. Ofiy MOOR- v t-.-. 'f v i si it iiii iviit iiiiv -iihHdin i' """J'f Hen ' L. Stith, who lias been ' ii, ijlJJ M'tfs. Pile has gone to Kansas in iur. of flu, 'we' arc'gltill tdirre'hort 'aSiH-- , CUV tb 'take a 'six Wifckst totirs'tf at ' report ,i nn 'aiHailtOmbbilc' scltodl.eek-- , . irsc t p6ved. i MMsUB-Effic- , Ida1 rind Ellen D. Mn' and Mrs. R. I'. Carman were 'gucsls Thursday 6f- - Mr. tttid niVrl-untb'rotlle'n rBlliylafc Uisi?1g' fr Z T. Stith i '" Mi -- 'id 'their "sJstbri Mys.BOscarr Nlk"tWlU r m a" " tiVs Bcsstb'itiox has ironc to Louis- - 'fatltilyV ' vftld?s4hert' s'he1e,JcTc4''td,tike''tip ' "Mf. Miller Nix, of Locust Hill, visiUlvsinttgaini - i is t t. k , i ited' his 'b'rotfief) Oscaf"Nix,,Sluttlay . S,turthj Mrloand-iMrsir Ni Floyd Dowell and hlntJ '""' " : Chhs lpes Write I that ItlleyhiVei'-ar-'rtvfi- l Chintz Royalty spent the weekwcck hi low.-- .'audi Mni4 it lftlirtiitu.no end n( Khlgswobif I" "l Misses' Ada arid Ruth Moore degrcBs.bclOw rero, b(IHtlilhkihey rffc MW Konig to iikc nnc, aucr' xncy 'gei over 'v Ikv fta i tr o'f Serce-.- l 'Monday ' hifluedJraJ ' '"iBeilz-CoMiss OVa Artli'siled 'JiW- - aunt, left Thursday for Iowa-'Mfs.'D.'iHkl-daw- a cntcrlalned MYsvAVill MobW, lasti'Wcckpr aiint, ''"MrMKiriti Rbbinson Mflck at tips thdr foflowldg ' at "!-' wrlfinfe. '"I4 "s 'i ,s ' Mcsdamea. Laddie Sebtt.'Z.T.'-Stitl'Walter iScott' nhtl fattfily' JolhnsW5t rt'BHKI'ile and Dusty Lucas were in were iu Mr hhtl ' Mrs. ! Bc)i- - ifc. HahicU,' Fridayj "is' ' M . . i Stlth. '' MrsJ Bank Lucas visited her son, Miss Laura Mcll Stith attended 0 Gilbert Lticasi '6f 'HtitlSbilj SflCurday. T """"", ' .itnrnny dil'11 t Ghttptcf &i IrVlhgtdnp-lFh'da'y- i &" AffiMwy. jwmwag ashman had, Juiliu l..L' VtfeWls uiuiiiy, wit, rttvkluiifcni,uniMU:. MiitftHio i3rWr iv . tit "iNeblelnlHK.Usvillci'and Mjss Mat- ... MrtC fMteits'Pdbl was in Hartjins-- j llfciftliinUwk bur lifrt'ifceKohk dome, msi wcck having dental work Mr mill Mm Frank Hcndrick re turneeT id htfr IfoSmi 1fcrMfrsvlrte, -- Mtmi-j- m NEWSHf n M.J. Crosson, Saturday afternoon. ... . I 'as lhelrililirAler Mr and Mrs. wash , u Hi HARDINSRHRU' Miss Martina Monarch .is the guest! of her coiUIll? Mfy)VOlmsl5ofl(H"8ntiI i Mr, Dodd, Of.lMfiis Uldl . (J l riii i wills ... Ucn Uarksdtl, qr'touisvj le, was Mile w is here Monday:") " Mrs. Alfred Taylor lias returnee! w Liiir- it - s .S. I - "" Car-dinn- er il ' after several dlaysaSin' Wm. firS,,iiJAJ'fifs-WtWrfefll!,1Hi,V- LdtffaviTlcV' J? lefek'scU'l5itliwith Jrjid ' wccks vij.ii wmi ins Mrs. Margaret Jarboe, of Kirk, wad the jtuestr bfetMrr"a1fd"WWs'. Win turned mother afters - t-- " ''c Bcauchamp'Viicipd-we4k.Mr- s vis.it-citKvi- tlr k ; made a buUnesVtttp tb MS WyWeiH s trip lO I I1IS CUV WCU'I nesday, Miss Anna Lee Bishop has returnee from a twb ' wtfeltJUlHynn'lietigWcd liiisini- - M r. Pail WilSbh,"Or"Urandcnburg '. x -- T. J from a the cattle HiWtcweef flvferWhlisinnemDtS'J upon - .imt.t ft .i.nri . liiq mtiiir was ..i.lilnai'i aleitn Airr. 'Nap noDcnson viihi& eltastll honiftvitUlf.l.M'ilcIiJc;ml mir. irltouisviJIe.MffilcUeek. "Fj i Morttla3oaftfrirsicTrthiBlscWwhMHyi, crtlf Mlkc 1S " p- - m irU nfl'ii.UWif rnnntries have rs.tlUhdl-lctoits- , S?H,CS0"'. P'.'l'ng Aft.in.r J itli'i1,filrcilivhliiii!'.rwe to (lid Dr Hcndrick and P.-r xtrlli(r!vii--i . or .il ' ClUep ou KNtauetlfWWi!I)i!Krte1UWHl t j.w libllVlklilUII ftllll sonMtdaiMrIttf;scyeUhhC:My:dnHt WVMcrisitiWmter;'8UirmyttVfiH i'miia,2uiau,;MuJuuiriiiiicrciii-"'Vyallffv 86 letters Mr. Mrd iMJsMTiivplficHtvVfiCiaAWomJh. tfaiHhe alphhleCff rnch, WVitth ihPctier tviJstt,M)ysVh(rr 3B cTrcekViJ; GavHelAtSoitMf. and Mrs. Hug aic- - h,vDKbatJyJintte1llIHc1tiltdl,tert:"JJt (Hfttwfjrlffe hs been kent iwiKalftniwiwi'KliVslAW; ; SEhflh.hdhd'OHKlVrfctvy! --f2; Gclll, MiW. &Wll!'Pavnc spent Saturday biil flir K huWigrxrytffictfjy-Wa- n will leave soon lAiAjhicanri: MnlwIfiMt. 4'4'J Persian. Wt; witlr'MftftskdrtliiVAteGiIvm&.Saturflay foV i5fl A&tttlflddV tVlpnihvhtJcSWitlnon Mrs!A.l',Bj'iddAhtnHcksntertaincdl MM7Ufsh.8ariiAritthe CHIiteseJi.fahll younK fcflkshfvaih WWrtMriedt, foriUlc fHfcJsdert Mil WaAfep South , a fe-TiUhlt.hyoiP;glJtl btf ddtt't Mf. 'HhdsMstliT,leY"?Icndrick will flcwrll iMs BhT)yQT4.t,Thfc bwk tot hdrvicflitB"8af(ifHayfreVMnWir.brtfr elt-- j RV(LohtviHelcBo(IAcndr"ick will Itftrrh, tCltapW?, Vessel fel ,HaokVcry joyc'dthenftWsabj-Cpta'J(tt'ftUokP-- 1 niHv"e mojtictcuvt'WtWH.cWiold items are Ifertfcr ep.thtcalp'haYek THcre,! a? Ifttlc Miss cWvrtlvGalilsnWft)'iiMrKofrCjJ though reveal a secret oc- - IvttWstrfWJuiawei'lllflerrK Which s.c StlhdtiyifevdlllliiiJfetsQjpiMlsyiMWttte; rtccb''c,Hhirigi:o,f,rcrhity,1 rniinnnlly guests of Miss Mattic. ThTn;icirtr'f,ftfiKafld',spacE; I "ftlBljrvJflf Lycldan was, in LoqisvillcJ Tffimi 0 Blh fitfi U m f i iivtiv lEn d ! as in uouisviuc, a aioiHiayon'-inigiiiesof Stephensport, wasr ThAmt fthd!ieWlrff QWdfy 1' ..,,' U.I viUtl 1WWW9 Hlc?'MtuwbclkiittndapllP- Messrs. and Mcsdames T. B. Hen- - fhT guest of Mfss Delia Deacon, last ' Wt 'EnJ! rtlcfl? ' Sttttrdav dfifMtftli)lltll iSlaWbrflbiWeWpliilndr"RUi SlintHy Sanfie in6vvl hWlittbw, the .beamitul (oViM'nii1ncXfrliilerl'ulvUwiKundav JbeI vlh kncwl'whocdWcbf of tbniajJildJUrfisppWd NflTtftfr loads snBw, thatlHflWllsil ku'cmiltl teWHa'hrt WeVl ofl finb 'cMrtlep SitfiitfaVwo car loads 'gfaVc, crfstlaKfeWstln f dttttrniiti(ltMtM.nM t ft!Kccityntla1?Wtole.l flobrfri', t.. "' I !.. tr.,,i,... J 3. . - SSSN". ks: I g i ( Lambert, of Lewisport, have reuifned'afteV' a' visit with Mrs LaWbCttlytWreMy;'-MrytfnVMrs. J. IlJ MtVt.s parents, Mrtand Mr. and Ml'sfltal I'oe are r?jqi;ing over the arVK'aiyfiKUxtftcirtcr'.cJ'acliHl line. February! !?.a daughter, JacqucMr and MrS.1" Claduc Mercer, who spent the "' ci 'I in Li'iisvdlc, ha' el returned J V Jones, of Vauzant, came Fri-day to visU'hisPtaViJiy.art. came lnMr. and' FUrTOJlc I Mr.' ondt-familj- S' -- 1 -- iUiLSl I ijaiiji'iij r, irtwi uw Mftra Aim ." w'Hi'i nf m 1", 'l l'. SSssSnSSBSSSSSSraffiSSHSBHRSSSi i I k cepted a fiositVji'i lj!lritteiKUMhe1&d ',on UIfl1 "w luicheloc I'harmacy.' V S Hall has houirht the nronertv on East M kill St, kiioVn at UicLtwIs Jarboe proper'.. feOlisMetktibn l?F.iflrt8 Atty IJPC!JVVhHs'1tirsauViWy,,mr several days say1tn lfAJuiiv'fHchy Mr ami MV " ttliU''Seaks arc parents of af'dlghtbr,, 'Ag'h.e's Juanittt. .iesjuamu Bom FelmiaWolfcir February 2, VoirWAKHnH MFsJ9JoV: ' vww ' jaruue "" Mr W S Smith, of Louisville, was, the SuniliS affeir tJTt rVfeWds".lle, was V N Warfeh 'ifafrVatrtmcd from d trom rcii has Chicago V Mr. and Mrs A C. Thornton, ofl Glen Dean, 'have moed liawifbT"thtifi . future lidm'ei MW 'TliorllWiif Ifashitfc-i rctu-ne- iriipit 'Hf"heHrtVf4"S.1lirHa";. was Mr. Frfteste'SlK'Hlha'frJtitfp! Clienault, was the liUesthJPlhrftS. of Miss hha Jleatlor the week-en- d Mrs. MUuHce Mattingly, of Evans-ville- , hid, aniVe'dBlinddy. to' visif"hirr 's "cr sister, Mrs. IK'llfc S)itt. Miss Katic'Jkrlt'J'kif Kirk, visjtcd her cousin's, MiWJeiCAghefrlan'd 'LutJilVe Jarboe, Sattirda'ant'iSuutli .Lucille Rajmond TiDaVVelf?'WH6has been ill for ten--' diiytVvfllJt Via'iW'is been A daughter:sMaryl'Agtf's',' was born 1ip r. hn ffiift'V.f' tft4".tHfeMtf!''BKleA.wM. Kisicheloc 'a'ntl'JM rfiiVKWEli JltTe, ,KriHy and Saturdnjl 'Ir- Iviiichcl it, Friday Mrs Dtlnnic Sheeran, of Kirk, was - M. C. WiilchcfatfiiUf Loiiisvillc, was iWirfmi-t'tptaf-P- i hight ,ahd."Was"thtf'gu5sfi.of "Mts ' Heriry Head. ."r ' f ir attended the auto''We a'tVglad to report the family ofl mhtiilb sMflW lit' LMIis'inlld. liHl WVek.R. i GaiiV'muth 'iipr6v"cH. winnv oi t Xfls- Elizabeth Jllartrfl' absista,n1hi Miss 'Hcttlah l'ayne'vas the guest SuhdayBand' Monday of Mrt. Kil P.. E'H. Shjltmathvs Uatik1 Ititf lvftUfcrfll-'e- d lfiomlc',8ir atcollnv'of thc'MHrtcs's'lbf Xl ul i" m Ilnrdawny.' ' MrsV'GhaS. Bsftides3 of f"'M'riuAVill Claycomb has returned hci1 Mothe-Phirme aYtaH a'few Weeks stny irT'Loiliy- ' Liibri Levi's", Iiotiisvilk'Jiicnt the Villtfl ' flC t .,S stj, l" I.III. ' weekJendc With lMfcJ!ies!lE(!ilttLt.Nrts 'il'Miss Marv Richard Carman was a anrf EvjJ CafrigaMiss"-- ' Kdith Lewis Saturday week-enVisitbrl'irt 'towh'. 'i! ' i, 'j. lD.JBarbh'gfe'was in town Saturday "' cMrcnaiid'i.MM. riiAvWilson spent! calling 'oii'ifrfends-i'J.' D. "Iiyddai was in Louisville, se'e"ral"Jlkys last week lii'LoUisVille.-'' Palt ilDoolcy spent "MbnUlty 'and Uiursdav'-.Hb- " ) Httciui the aurofiKJiinc M 'J,,! Tltdsdalh'lLouisVille. :i I, sliHCv'lai t attend the .utoinobile MiwDeVtha L. Fbote continues hcrj h'Mrs Glen lenkinson. I Cincinnati, is d Mrtlii'Wl V. the gufis't "or- visit fnRniiidcnbUnr. n rJ W. V. ' " ihcnt,' l 'f ut Mrs.njolln Birthef.sJr: "'' ' ,f Misses 'niwoiKi Mirs. raui nariiaway nac CreWs1 and Rose Alexander, Eloisc fiVclyJi' Waygbnc'uCft: rotilrne'ild trt' tiicir. li'nrWp''iri 'Hr.TndinJ burg'.iiter speifdiiig 'several' WcekVin ' 'entertained it a KvUekend iimSc p.1Yty i rat'nhe hbhie oMtsses'iJcaWrttDaftim e i' .ifl k'k'k , ana M'MH dm Mrs. Ben L. Stith left Fri- - 'Lrnlise CtirtctH Mist Je.nctte - Mrs. sFredr Howard and daughters, davrfHNeW Rbss', IndipVvhWe Alley MWefha'-UnUEH7letirlafU!!!8 WtriiK '' Willfre'sitfe i'rt tlcv Mfl. fffrtt?ilsTl?lMtt:triefdrV!!eHB?!l in "IDavid'le Hardawav ., . and William' DruryJ spent Saturday'i'iii Bkildil1-- i Wr fftr I ( , -' 1 tl s t'" 1 MKi-aH- 1 -- - '- te-:ii-il ,.- -:- ."-.::: e eulifdnlI,-MV6iViiUlfrertidTOe- '- fr SUBSCRIBE--i r ni in i.rv Ifi FOR-THE-NE- WS on I rrr. iirwfr rs Bion Mr aMti GLJtMEAN 'lUif'E 'Hardaway, Louisville, was. in air and Airs. Alfonl. of T.nnlnvillp to'wn! TileSda'yViy. louhviuc. was m fJl. fJ.liIwlMan. Park Place, went to are vi9ilhgMher pafreills,oRe'vi"Whnierl ist v 'i r Ltxiiictoi.. 'ThusJF.K' Vlve.aWentl ttu H drtd.faihil. auenu a n,Rcv,rliriglish will preach on the H 'ItOVs'fr Bale. 1 ursaaj Q-L- . StlllHJrV. Mardh'Ttri.' 'he II 'lOlI.. l n llilnflpll and. snn.. jlames Hot- ..u.... - JaiHeul'Jdanw'aS'mtLouisville, lasU tell iiuifRAy' Aiyjwnaw. WentcfolUlte- - fl 11 -- j ieaii ter. Saturday WWIilfsmSstf L'Mi ,ni l.s week 'Charleyi'GrO'n, .hiMi'tflft1r'Uttlve to kcMiss Alma Tones visited at Fords yftXHi' t1n.Vi1rft; todk'fpa'rt inla1 play da'jI'foKNewr-Ar'jSrtil- , bought rt'ifarnSI'ny, where they have iVanqyynRttr.MUlsff'fealiher. ' l i ' .1 UirtVXHCrnkaK- - HcWHJir l,io the oiotnl 'JoiHayncsaTrcnt attended t,Vie As4tAflatVbli W rOlAVirniedntiiH9crfhvIi Mrs ...- -, " . ". .r in Loius- mi-"!- . at mirg. 'laatv-week?- ' , .IrrheWtJiLv rtt i .at wrrh- met at the home of inrj Prbf,- - fl.' Jt.- rClfkfnd'tMk lKWl Qh U Pc 'FriUayl cvX'nihg"KSWsen-iiTfrnn)";- , Mr. ana Mrs. al cc Lart were the lctfrolled.They;winfletfib1ll''a"Sveek. CUCStS'Sl miMfSofJPkci6rRohert hiflli '"WJs'IVibla DcDsl,niatxftvigft)n, fieVit " buffo hfMHg golie thcre,,1fofl"a rAulcJ rr : rr tit n.rn. " . iiin i.itne "RMiSs '"' beMn HtfnillgerT1"-"- ' Mryr ButlW.eiWeW'Viewmnas thV'ueSt ofeManll YltK. Bfli rT.bere are a number oi reasons why we urge our pat-- 1 or reasons why we urifli our pathere are a, rons to read number our advertisements. rons to read our advortis 'merrs. rTJiey record very iaithfully the timely events of our 1 nev recorn.ver.y Faiumuly tlie .timeiv events or onr o,r new shipstorespecial sales, arrivals ot nnnortant new snip- -storespecial sales, arrivals important ments and announcements. ments ana announcements. But aside irom that they will serve ,yp- - which .is ,vnicn is f.. ittJlUV Will llltll II1UV youOVkYiU as vastly more .important thanWill think: qrihand as aa vastly jnorejimpbrtanx than vou, think urrhand reliaple and authentic source of .information as re- -. yirorniatjon as anTaufhe,aUc KardsjtheTJjW.ESTi and JVLQSi desirable in apparel inirds the JnEW Eb T anajvlUb disirame iu apparel nd merchandise for.tlje .home. rJTo read tnem rcon-an- a ior the home,. To reaa them mencnandlse which we .believe will prove to ,be a .habit stantly is a hanit. which we believe will prove to be as pleasant as.it.is brqhtable to you. Xk re-rena- ple. l cou-stantTv- .is u vl rrr vihJ.-reHUyJ- jftid - -- msSMBF. -- - drtttghftr,"tifJiiaKSiefWeAort! '".Mi'lwi(pfMi"AV!rtPtWv.1eH StephenshoVt'.-werc-guesf- s - l.litf ,iest t)t .its, kind. n Kino. ic aers .iu cmc cream ,r,.i.L.J .!. . )i, t i V.M211 I .is r tr nar. wives t; ;. v "; iriirir(! ! Ji.ul. (I t k . V. mr.A.R.n 'I'll I I .;- l J ). Haynes and tb .''Brandetihuryjifthfs Hdyekwill move Sirtidi3 withvMr. Hud. to R'dtterWiDe'MpslWs isvqHte ill with iies,,,rJa'fenK"MKi'aifdiWhnilfe iHtty- - nniftmio'iiiA'c HPSA'J" AteiluiiVidillddtitili- lies t' rcms, .ir ,11111 urs j'i t M.iy- - ters"and' 'J. iXf mcAia&nailffc OftitfJhc 1 G E. Shcllman is in Tell . City. '??ck lisl. J M Uernuon are on tnc r J.. .1 ..I Adkins went to Louisville. : e ;ruest T.'t'.ll 01 neribister.Mrs.1 I.tl Hcrinuii, lic'A.h-Tarid Mr llenYiaiW'tcr, lr m rm.in, Mbnt kv onl'aiilAistneUs tVro Louisville. Urvllle"ArraJy is m Jetferson ville, Mc '.iv nn :i hn linris trip Ind WsitiWgi'brotilerIUl Mc Gbv, rrAPTTTRTTn I.LniJtrfttidiiuelf-birK'eM r'i fulif (TtT?TT n?.TnT . ,. W.A,... . t, u. smitn ana sou. praiiKiiu, irrival ifiqiWlflu lftj:iiti4dtliBrriditiiJli(d wtVe ti. IJ'lllltWlle;UhsoAleeU'.ranklln, n Mr iim Mryifrfbyi OalfowayV'DiXle 'rt'y Wrts fnUoUay GUlIl?eVremdibb-o- KCMrH.'jL,Wl.!,riRfn!?Va,5;,iflte guest of htfrcaG hPtGdViMbcr- - heVi tlaUKhtcrtirWW: vPoHi"4'Sfit JV.. i Nellie 'Moilllrtvjliter, Mrs. Tom Poole, Jr., FrtinMrin Mrs. Frank Dowell were aftahiarf.nd StWphenspUN, .pe,Vt'Ht ndCy with"Mrs.ieij'.Grossctn guests WediKrsslaVrafiHhiJftWtUr'bWlJfS-thcr.'AN'M- i on J -- nd MiWL'ii'i'tCasllnia-HsWbddpfeAtleNliMer'dtffl.-'"'J- , ' 'Mr.'Whadkt RoHiifs "livery ill at this,' B, MarVlssyntlafllldliMltf dWiglier, Rt llins is very .vrftin&'-c- k n t'n Girre VraUWiJ) Vl Ubfikvil4ghtre are glad to report Bernard IrtrtJsMbrttfayvs, 01 Louisville, were aVwlKGtlorge MBWrs ' familtty f'Mi9Sr''BeSsie Snyder, of Hardins- 'lOtttr tffldr QiltiiliKa Wflglefpell b'fliftn nrg, vfsntetfch&ujsJsTur.OuIiyartfin'H. ' family 'JMp. sts of O and .Mrs. A. Lexington, spent '" thV'weekiehd-tiVirtiewilies ."i()0 Club enterVent to t'rho'tninyhiSc li4fl&CoMV:PLW'GSt-- - S'uHUaovWerc' "'tltey talned atithe of I'O'.W. vDOVvellt'alHI 'ItjycdmrnlltrsdaveaffcMeonMH fiViYjr e, I WitfeF Vms&m t0 o$o,mf QftpsS9& v bo will uiid 'nf Mrs' Glerf-ltinitrriH- wlll"imAn.' G. -- . v -- t,-J-3 e! .r. Cotni)artson will demonstrate to the most skeptical .Lpmnansonexceptional will.denionstrate iftpttcal tliesV; are the mat-ththat are except,ionalfvalues-S(J.GU(- D these, and qualitv qf lUitho iwaJb-tqf btvle materials that this sale wJll.De find quality, of materials that, this, sale w.Ll be tar of,s-t;l- suluect qf discussion aniong the stvle seekers, flie .poekerf., the (ClucT subject, of center ql attractionthe style this and this stoi'e the discussion imoti iiucing a,nd this of .attraction clurmir thi, :ale.f the centenlooking coats ana new af new wititdr.coats andt ,) omen who .have, been, who, who reneiled have been looking at ITsnfl at tne prices uenrnnflecrw wintftr this indeed er Mi Ffm mi fm At at i SliSS-'Grtlii- y 'lJantl . , but wlncl1 must hc taken advantage of without delay. Children,' s Coats are Also WAlteTOflKlft AJPTv-- r wea' . I Le-H- ''2 f 1 vCw Lifiuarens KjoaisjiTt: jjlisv jLnoa le at Greatly Unsa, le at jreatW Ket.meed Jxeimeed , Sh ?oSBt JX 1 rtces Mrs- - AerN's ., "s. McCooiwlllsede TiftsU Mattmgiy.- lastcwektc. A1"S. V. IS .An T.;cMoGnkuUiV,,!,f,i.n.,'rrta, ' MW and iMAi.uThWnian Locard and nlne(lltlngl1ter, Mrs. cHildrefl.l G 11 WslJ-.tof- l OildJifKU 3tfvcrtxKllid on Mr llthlolB. of I uster, Lave moved to tt Irs. I'l'MrsJim Jones, who has been .sick. tor several .wWls WiihipfovWJgli sick j'HobsblJ HalKsdf-- iDUJfStailtiiie, was I B ' W 97 "sy e&S: o Ready-to-WcKcady-to-Wcar ar Dept. 2nd. Floor Dept 2nd Floor ,'! JJJJJ htWplMnndliV'UiirtsfitfriHIsltiiMinCMirfflBr to visit hi's'tiunri.MrsJ'CliiTilDavlH'iuiId Mr iJa'tisJ'""! Mrs dm uais, and . 'l rr -- l Kn.l lt. n.,.1 Milt ...- n lln.tle I lii-.,- fliirltiti ln1 kiln T Imrctl'ii' aiul will 'movo buRansaW sbbwi-dallu.,.!!!. wtic Air, ttiiii M.lt iuuo uiuiiui i.k.mo iit t'.L HB "J. (!B."Vhltw"ohH i.s9fitiHluisvile, oullnf nrtli ,a in. .i.tiiRVtllt. 11 Epfffl lrl HUM-- 1' ...w,..., ..t ..lll 1 : it: " thi-j.Bun- ndetice through the medium of an account at "'"i;" liif I'm i1 "ti" or an accouiu ft l and Mrs BilKHa'idWt' parents, Mr Rfc'liard1 DoUellnleft for Nebraska, jj IhtirSday. ui ' en ich ir .Neorassi, MrSi.TCora Priest has been visiting: tier' sister MHf 'j n.u& iiwwiviauu Mr. SiiytlerMat WoolUob;ijder, and Mrs' Bill uowcir&'nuv&on, returned! tttttimiuV to' them 'hoihcwtw tlMbttflDt Thursday 'ftftei tr rsit'i"with ftturrb. utMiSs 'GliraiNlahilvellaton, came Sunday tb rakl4iliafe Wim, iflMHfl-er- v denartiiiem 1 -' Wj) fflPtyf If I aliK. ffl? imc?s ;lie.buiness world .is he hiHines-- world is C s mswmfIT. IT" life w Mrs. 'CarltohaAAiriJanltlicitJBtJsVer, of Ranibid. AW wUdkAii giVas of Mn 'aitdMra.ctKav'ltto!eombtmJPsts ' J.' ' A,'Ulrh!ngt3iylwsQivnhtetagtoii, Sunday. ' " ' fton was in Irvington, MiiMiVaud Mrs. Tom Poole, Sr, were guesfEowf Pjhiftf, Stautflnw, wck-en- d uaugiucr, Mrs. iKUtlW"ts.tnt?Hy,lnc;r M MijUiifldahDuwc'tl, MV. and Mrs. - M j v ..failure at ahv time, tar re at anv time. A frnW sgWeYn1 liank jlttW AHSS58? 6 iCharli(iJiIow'eB.ere .In lit for" Frank Dbwen'nwrU.giWBts.aPdidMrtjf guests, i'riuay ot IJui-l- H A .Bank Account .Builds, .Gives Credit v. A cjunt Bur N,Cits 'edit eit Monuay U" Prout returned to school NWediesdUy"! eVittUufgedaftOr UftiVfUM. Coninton left Monday 'OvYensborb. MreWHliam HPfru'fQtiii5M?H aftL'r UDehdlfitr b'everkl'dalvs' Wlttti'Mr ahd MrH,"Ji M, KdIeiey wan mi ' Mrlrjv M 'Khodei'iwaijn Irvington irvuigi'311 T hesda vbn bus iiesst-- i Mr," Don 'byddan, of Irvington, lf Mt Will 4iall anil M U Lhdiei'Hall.Mr Mr' iJ"iEi .Noble returned to his work Ai Louisville. Molldav ijvviilliu wWilt-iHtrtiamA- spendmgisevfrrardys withi'Kts . ti P. z$sm mm? INCORPORATED INCORPORATED IiUyjm this, spent tl?eiveek-idIUvitMr" attd ' Mrsh jomiwuyudaii.iiarcjus, ' ' fohn Lydd?n 'f " J MSfpSES -- MiMMHMMMMiMMHHMHIIHiM .MARCH JU.lfi2D M fti H(i H J I Mil ' iiihii.miiiiiiiiii one-half .mi mpn Measure .is A lendcil KM nir linlf tit r tiffs containingofnoreitl)4n of ona j p'crfcetit tftfllqehalinns manufactured tut nitifirT turiro til in in, hccprdanwl .with foriMulie, of nutk-qrw (i iBcminuB uniiqinui.iiiwciiw,tiuw tary menicmcimiiiiiniiranvKKr,irxc fnvt- tniinti parattion.1 inMcdicivt pcepBrtitioiiA-tniftnufattweil- GSMMl OTT i.T T A ". mmemmsi amj&xmm&B&im "jii AiiiWUf X'Jii i MrffirNnRffrp T. . & GEl ' BMtTtiuii'i n riAMV SMHFilfSiihjBANK lira- flaYohmgro tract anuicsyrups.) tuni ctorvos vwvget matte. (viilcBrln:1d upctttnvcKl uewml- - ndqlutioHt rf uwnwRnAV. marph A. -- fi cnYiCiTTirtTr PrrTTTTTT' WW WA. T T t fl U vP TT h i 'A JS r? A- (ui ,iuim- beverage purposes are ex- pnyaiQ vavun iepyi uw Washington, lcbi 37. iBvj sm'nvi'Pc .luring,1 fijM rMjde.t. .when they we c d pcQtco.1 ; ncnt lor hrst oiicnsc nn to flMSHM? rrrrT'Htcl,TiDrfrfT. ruVfin .144 Keiuuckyr mc.t deserted (By J. Shermani Porte& o he Pimialitiirntl frtrirrrrstnoOVllIM ififtO. till UNITED DOCTORS SPECIALIST tnc worm mpwuiic 400 'sougbt to to flee, followed by Frankfort. ..Ky.. Rb,34. Tlucibcr. S?fllh fwc jiwtd cAWrtit.tQ ciirct5ii dpys,Jn, unngs tnc Knowledge oi tneir urg FROM HALL'S IrAlYlOUS . ...J L.H.U.... imV...!h. r0.f. !'!!. at the nro- ginning tpf the week ,nMljc Lcgis muni: sqctirecl only WHITE WYaVdOTTES turq ,Tiiesday was, ,,marked, by0ie. tjlifldj f Amc. ipcrty M s finest transfcMtQitlC(Sen4Wi ofothe prpWWd tCIK EGGS from one qf vAlDPJ-icto inuiviution KnforctmentcWItvwhich vifpcdl th'.it Strain of White Wyndottes, direct funds wefel the tHouscJast week bycatmajorityrtifc QfffcUBCfl descendents of the Wlljld'. Most Popwerei forced ular Strains, carefjilly selected and 02 idiaj with amendments whiallsano isccurcd ctt- declared by aom&nofifits fricntsl try su recesses i of' the, muIU scientifically mated. I'm i waitfilii, St I. ii. irinrn1K',lnTcntrfliJl 1. WQ. Koih tranw into Juittls iinnnl,.Bll(l fiiinlJoifllellflCjtUT7 Vj1i,f..rjrvin1iln,liihiiP(l,iiiliufiifiaiifi land the securities ...1... .i.i:n.i ..,. in.i,d ni..,n,int.i whcfc. tlie Eggs from SpccinlqPcps'$3 00, $3.50 the drysrastJlo of viuKirnportsnW l.nnrl.lrtf. monthly ,'Wvon an? il)tJ:QWwtc4n 'Jheytnst-- t ,.iasS( whi,( W!9, .called' next,i ,thrq.of thc 1)ank are "eldand from Farm Flock $2 50 per 15. saics, amouiu iulttonf Rtrt?iVihldi.$pasaioiniicisU:cati wcre 0 desertBTft.iUvd 7W delinquents ,. i .. , , , tnskPcftddtoWWMM. J t' cnltt.ifiiiflr.tiiouthncn. tnpn n rtaitv rprnrfl witU0MtiittgiP9lnoprationfiiclisnses among HERBERT HALL the Kentucky men, ' ' ' ' In the school qf experience somof bill.arbdlefttintaotiand the injunatithc oiDrukgists keep a daily record tpiijuurK, K j (1 1)1)0 tigUKei.werjiji cpmpieiuuy uic us pay anu sonic tn --us m, " and abatement clauses rtre all thatitha nf 'Ufeld.'i'itia must lnfn rlttnlirntr.o; ltl iQUh, tHBWnawMH"Riiw'w'isY'," Hardinsburg, Ky. niiiot .. marslmlligpnprnl'stlonlcc,. .: "r,- .. drysucould avwlln thol the confiscation "'..r.-rr- v" "" itqceffc0iiiHw " iw tfnw,C(?MtiiMtiM'jipi'bultV!Wli5pleeii, proVoSt...... rM...nv.iA.i . tn i.a .... and through. Gartwonft Magazine. 1. i divw ita. to the IIUVV feature lis! eliminated, conf iu.rmyMUH'i WfK"' Mm ' W uri ill,i5t;Mt ' nnkcoH .hAnfrtrmi? to tJtral dtnliMtptinnl nrdeh ofinrasdntitjonaifurt utHKHqjifwiHtHHjfHwap.tWHiMiwca'Mvi partment, vi!(sre.ittic namesioi i.vy". t.ill Tt. nrnlliShirtll laU.panW- - iivjgnranauumcMKi tHPMit"iH"iJvVH aJtJnpgjrtwudiiMpcilftSfttfcSllUiI 0Wflcsi wj,n MM jfiaj$wer tbek- - comitrls) n Vn1.Mtl ,, when ataftcd, arc being held,, mid ooiHttincifamlwanilWfnwlofcipPiJmofcti,,.,! r( it isfsotd that it lis uotltikely to utjtiuirmaciht nntLnAtntcinojtt-- . ..,...l.c .ii,v,a,,u.w(..-icvi- . .,.. '"''- nhi ;v : posed m fcheifcenaiemuosc wno vwep nhme- piiypipiRifciig. in personal atten- - liNWmv"iHiw.tii''in,uMiM iii.T-fs- '" in a few t dayst kWijl be made public r"J f.ji .,,.M...rrt,,.i,n41Ai,fAn,n,)8ii,0,is, ,,, t, ,i,,,.,.oi, pcrsi 9irinotii!t in thn Hmisnl.were! Rent. Itfiatt days yeut. CqIC Gc. Early, of .thekadri resentntivcs, Ballard. iBoling, BrjvJrtln. dailOolpiiopteiJttin ten uays may be y. jglitthThcihiw.crc among the first c , ...y ofTu the iame CiarlQ.t'Pajf., Duffy,. Foster, GamMtfff, piWnjMWlC pmi in ici V" .V" i V""' A"'?,r,! "IVr ".LI violating ,0 '."nf.nnnTKSS SURGEONS" c iim. i Gbsaetn, iHolliday,n Hudson, KttSr prcSCTibod.ts and physicians v.yjlatlieis ptTQ " rcPyrl-- v TiTRfVRrONl" ni nnnT t.Drilggistsi:iana),phtf6jfl;fciul Huntsman,rJbllnsonrf, Kaufman, il...,1aiir fm v.i.Jw vilenriVcd of their Webb, William- - jlic5nscKcfQhiPiV!ityfiah punishable by "natlll- enn rtnA Winn ,' iln t Thct bill, prohibitsf the! sale, tnatm-facturc, and. t gift of ailli T 'lojnO Oijon-- . ; conductors arc investedMiwulidisAliVJyiteaiJfttbtbafra,Vjlvtat?d satrarhental, pwdis, thinyildnws. qomUtctorslcianheiaYCSted jHStliljjaislidl)cyrftllPAinnrtl for io Koupo up ueflFfter, ' Rnilpotidc IX is'knawp that 4i nuwbec of draf cai, scieniiiit: ur mcuimmuai tplll)igU pncftdii?PflCiWle alnVnUtWRi- witli'Hmlice po;wsrs under cthplact.r of r men died between the time they were. notified thev.lwere drafted and Uhe 0, (HpeiLseS. time when.ithcy, wpre supposed ...!wrL. ..x.r.,,4. tw.4n,!?s(io. tTo,inr.ntliiMinheif,,siitTef,infcilfrUuAhtt1e )Ve arc oi'n to have another two day tractor, school .. .ir..l..:i fi(.C,ntit!n. trlplL Irvi innnrt wrinl.HfliAit.lr'; i,.arl thpir Imvn.lrpnortcil to the various (lratt you J , posed in the Senate. dmen(nnilcitohoiiiccwn(ir8ROM!tt ing to feHclt)OFrttu,ljiSnfrptAlt.'rcttjlerct-Unfttcto- K? flllWF fflK Thousands in. .CentuckV Who 3fr .Sought 1Q Desert Evade Draft. t. j t. TX71 v AND LIBERTY BONDS. ' h h a$tlc, 'KyA 11). ..New armifl wifui viiffiti ui!uuiiii:ii. ttititlu niiiiu atlt fellfinll i ntiw tauiinnil ftriVUtl ..I ..i1 mltlificld.l Qn the, Smithfickl bank at ROBB4HFLfBopfvi,W 3?,-rFwr (.n-ii- 1N c n o, EGQS FOR iVyWCHlNQ .,. in . I r n tit ni .niiniir .iiiii iii'iiiur iiiiii frpm tllK place, at I o'clock this niqrn .IjiW door tni blow 0tc 2.. .1. of ttlw ..filar &ttl t.A . Af saic and wexe n iiipsn m iiimijbhiiv CSwjjs .... -- tiiliQiUwwV:JQp-9t'iMU(ntr?rFVUx-;KcittucJild- . 1 R I - I .' i - nipilJ-BWwn- n.ij.ifan.cviti-n-.i,wiiiiiHiiKnj!riHtf-l- c . fhrl-rn- .! M ,K-I,- , .i. t. "" ' be-cop- - -- '".:! - .,, TfMor School Starts Next Week "ill i "to 1 intoxicnttuli-HqUorSucxce- pt -'- puihji A.n."""H"'VaXVln .H.i"--..-A"iI.IT. ,..,.--..S-- tl. .r ";111 - rrIrSKSMl r-.i..:cv.-n.,;'n- ..r , rtUrviBlU"'-pfAmy5otcfnr"!JCfs- W? ARSikf IfikfMl6nal Harvester Service and we cordial)); invite everyone to attend it whefjier own. a tractor or not, if you are interested in the new, iVimVcnVicVcas aNV L?' h J iJlglthc prQJiu.lBa,ohevufii,tdN catnlfl. tiJiayeaHoJMertptUfctlPmbhAMttolbejr i 'i ni..liaina.ialili hinUlH.ArtitncfluSmtfblifitviilP atoojejw1 ---.... ": "I:";. .". ... fill mu.iri U1U- IIIIWII V.llrtx r,':UIHllt l,rr tlhc llifcrcrS ptiiArrediK. tn nin.iii . Lnnl'il.,n homcJoNftkqucaro tvvr mwiw aifd thlStntdtetliQni falC-cc- t lJiae,ftgnqtciopw finrnro, tinulncr tllprulilirvifolT ntenlnJr- - - nf l.lllClll.SL'UlOS raticltiOIUOld iift fllH'ttOr llfi'rUtiftjl. under the national prohib- 'pljpil iKft" jlrtyeuUtetrittohlortterhflhexr itiqlJnactierson may have liquor in hist pjtiffC(to)WUlthadirwitli .WjhcittJmiior m his ijyoph, ,foi1hwli, Ubrycflfr ' . llo.ldtc 1,irtliiMar.,I. iniir CjlHb-i! 5 1 U1CU (nfnprtnluLllsl! (juaavaaiuM."-i'."."- " " i"iiinv i,v,m.v," ajjte' WficWUiliBW-- ' ty.QUdiMtMHo; l'..4nki .n...l..liu....I.A:.iliaAnt .AJnme.l v." iiwe"iiiubs,woiiiMviiw 5r aiulMrs. John Skillman and1 ladipsnlmwt. WiUiet(Wf.hptlmtt'U.r"dds .inoeoc-c.'nrrfj-....-w- ollQWins'ithot issuance,. of, tlje Oh 0Jldl ihst, ,tllft.tdepartmentnof justice n.wl thpf nn1irn.,will COIlductl a., canit paigu fori irounding up t deserters Through ifiipHllicaltloiitQf .theiuamh-thgQvqrntmjuti hopes tOl infocm.ithe - of farn'mig' this school will help yonV all who reportedtdejieritei; and .all'iVMlio.lknqw him that hpr bus been ichnrgfcdi with desertiqiu If .thqtipersoii) ber'iunocent. he willi beMgivem an lopportnnity-itjclear himself of itlie charge. Althmigh ) '.' 't- tractor owners and i,fl .'' Ai... :. ..:. . some day expect to own 1... !,,.. oC !, wlinnl f- ,'' aaii - the established mmishmcntjfpndeserr' tion imtiine '.of ,war is.deatbjiit lis not lilri-lu- chiIdrejilUpdilTS.hEimlcSpopfcrttiQg k- I irft- ry win your heatt good to see these smactl i Effective New Hts for Spring It It ' i jwill do winter-.weat- jt dians. Adv. LbuisvUkMrwIWeihsjvclkllhftUn.vhUin- - Laboratories, Milwaukee, Wiseon sin. Mr.'atuloM.ThJiWBury Skillman. returned Nl0Ptes.MJJfWv Bruington and Mil- - WOMEN SUCCEED IN iviipwc. JcKsrdiaWiarvV." iMutMi.tnon RTO TRAD. trn ,lUiilif.v,rnfMlilililivillen:H1Wllfc. the ENGINEERING TRADES. weeki-QtiUfcirMwafents, pent T nnrlntl Aitipri T7U - Ti tnhn .lAlrlhMttfeii.iflf frMoAk. HlJDftlXV, CLnuHoru'oFekYoiVVhwrCbcjiiutflkpn . Weduesdoayhene H1itbifjtiPAi?l.i.Hlla.sj i iLaboratoriesT-MilwaukeeT-Wi3con- wumkwjj ; .bbl-fiifeil.- h lP littldtup-flarin- g affairfc fashione-d-i- onehU: CO fr allithe new straw .braids coiuft hinedr.with crisp tttffbta or sofas georgette chic littlei. turbaml done In w6ql embnoidery big hats for the picturesque type. ot Wei 'i'. .ir (oli iVefconsider ouncollection ihats the best we have done in years. i -- jaioiMw,llb.lte. Aianage, wno na& .""- - SSS K SS , tlmi tltih Kiiiiteiice will the lim-- i posed on anMwhpSe lame,SiWil.appqir on the dserterlKlist ami who are found guilty flfi the charge,. ,. P.u Colonel liarly ,said that a comparaN tivelv ismall number of theie men (wiU be tried tby fDurt martiai.( tlifl' ina ority of theuaUlssesi licing handled by district, Judicial 1a;uthoriUpslTJic govr ernnient be l$aid i espeflted ito-- be, , , ............ jjet tne nipsu service iruui n. 1 nc worknW parts of the machine andwill also chart of all tlie 0 (Vemon'strate one of the stock Titans. This school is, of course,' aVisoiii'tely free and places no one" nipler any obligations what'boe.ver. Whether you own a Titan tractor or, not we want yo'u to feel heartily welcome at the school. ihi"' 10-2- r t" ,; i -- T iMnMtt. c lenient desertion of probably be given, "1 was in aill(,buL tlear-icu- t five years will '' wes A',' qfi .K' .ii .l:,U .if vm.Vr friptids to come too. 1 he school will i fi . ' it.'tll ' ll . M J., hel (I in 'ardinslmrg. on March Dth and 10th. i ! .1 De g ri " .surprised,''1 patd Colonej! Early, "wheiu I found that, the total of the Cotiitr,y.'s deserters,) was but rrWTfcT mi. tVV " vUitiiiiT. Mr qiuL Mrs ii'WKf l8yiWgrioanciu:ay i" wuiiiim. the huge anjijfl the uiatidPr & F.' BEARD & CO. dlrF(,ECTORY Ot Cattle and Hog Breeders Chicken, Raisers, Live Stock ancL o,bacco Dealers of Breckinridge County and DavhV ClitimOldhjni and family Rcv.iiAVedHo OiWrjwupiitl farnilM have moSmltfco the property vacated by Joe! Smjtltk is suffering from an C.CofBinfakr&a suffering from an attatk ofIj)llluin4.1. , w'.o is an as- Mist Inilliha pUjsoflVixp liereaifcpasrt sistanteiU-tJib- ,eJnB tolw WW Ui.,kiiW;Mtt'sl,dal.ftrdebtiuWVnX2are AHred.iBrid . aitdiipipr nnfi i .n.. v;i? in mw . i u- - PIiHti(hciiiU . hv,- thadlifTuninu iltwrula .; v Inv Vernier l'pnnlc's Missionarv tiote)hiHWv?yfurdlifffitPiiCsiwUJcts. The., Vrfuiipi cFeoRlftVjUfciwRrat biNotemHM 1ft0r uilifctM"Slie,i are Societpf JipJiefiusncortgJlgait.yii)U Ki,t,,ti..'vrnl,. vtunirern a.nvrunuriuge Saturday idaffjfr0n with Raymond a!dmittil)K,cwomen to their engineer- ir:i,oo(. This.jnnmber.icampated' wtbi for the war and the number whOi were unable "to; speak: or read English, is ccrv small; I neltcve i0bilel I; f F. Beard & Co. ing course. GERMAN PKlbUNERS RETUl GBRMANoFBiSQtffiRSjHETUJlN WAR. TO PREPARE FOR-NE- W ci(kHlvt,KtiUg-riorrGeftt)HiiKyaniI)ris-f.i.wra We Sell Government Goods the t d weelc-eil- Plarffers Hall Stock Farm rsr .i Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Horn Cattle. HampHogs, shire Sheep. ed Glen Dean, Ky. Miss, lriri,Aeaii(lcm(ft,itiachjjfU.irtti '.'Itlwinli and Irvingtojj. tlurihg" the absence of one "Rentschlrtml- uhexllfiJ.'hciMKl of the teacher s.f Mrs blieliie Gentry aixeMEowtff.hcAUmdo acording to The 'remains MtMiBj. Sbeclie.Gciitiift tefebtekfln to tne who died, .in SillmoiS u MrsC Bt Woydifi..Cl9Yelpi!tat iJeteuttpoW-an- d ,l,n.i..nn in). 1i.il..iilflea(is!tJ)con p4AriUtgd."DBP rct.KTrtiiip iltnmer.frorjil J ilanee. of re- - At "Uittfe . lam's" Prices $i.50 $5.50 20c 45c 15c Canvas gloves with knit pair for wrists quality sox colors blue 15c good tan, and white. 2 pair for Khaki Overalls in large sizes only Ladies Coats latest Wbmuglln d j - declar-iujs-dhitrt- (K 1 FOR KITCHEN EFFICIENCY. rrange your kiuhen equip i Have won 1000 Ribbom at State Fal'i in Saturday." Nottingham, of Lodiburg, tiArriJiBeitJojirvkitntRUuinment so most help Miss Ida.NoUlngllai"opf.Ii3diyorri. UlM ihk'iUnBiris'tWo4lie 1'ast Five Years c' was the cuest Sunday of Mrs. W. J. and,:takeet!ittite.sfeWQi-kt' " t c' ke and children, caQ'ofwe things easy to cloein and Schopp. Mrs. H. A. 'DutscJiUet.aluhchilrirtJJy eaftrforo locite the stove . Valley Home visited relatives at Holt, last Monday W. J, OWEN & SONS, Propietora of Ilardms- - fahlRaniliHtoraaerDlacflrtisoi there will and Tuesday. Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Dr. R. .1. bteDhenflfm aQtdiHflJWMr- - lfeoittOoiwmecthawl.6teps in moving e Polan China Hogs a Specialty-Polle- hurc. was in town. Sunday doing den - frolhaOieetdhtirtttlieMwheree you work Tinins. Win Gil- tliHaMftscood light tal work. ' fpHniiii' ft. iAvrtTirtiu13Vin,hGtln thcAttMyit sink and wv Durham Cattle tfible to the bert, L. L. Stewart, OHrriit Gagbmajn and Miss Bertbad GartettprMifije m ljejtfrttlmodtieeoirifofltable for the per- ; THE HOWARD FARMS Owensboro. Tuesday, BhstNlipfeaving soiGwhp ye fieiaii; Mr. and Mrs. J .Winl'lftjxchvftlvy'i'fr reGarmiRlXflvrdUttfisils so that you can J. M. HOWARD 4 SON, Prop. snent several weeks in Louisville, re 1feaqb.ertlt51n1sealsity.tUut those most Shorthorri and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Sultan, turned Thursday.- Gu ' Gibson, of uStdalh dlic most conveniSultan, headt the herd. l aon ol Mr. and Mrs. eiG.ujndGhjm6 ent HUUesltSiWallfpnes may be hung Duroc Hogs, Sprague Defender heads thr xuprp weekrcifil illcKlSividf. Cimnli. tit Jlttldlokf rfastejled to the wall . Breeders of 2nd. priie Polled Shorthorn Mrs. Gibson's brother. O. W. Dowell.4 lorabeupdgri.flfiatfihelf. . Heifer (Senior yearling class) and Mrs. Dowelb ii n wis in wficoiuiildjemexenr the places in Chjcago, 1U10. was in ClovttiifiV wrfttmost used and put -: -: Ky. erport, W. J. Dfeckmancompinied the wlbifih iriddofoftJlie.r near each other Glen Dean, Friday. thtGct t ?g?gr rfd ot useless tilings Rev. C. b. uentry accompa.nwuruw) remains of Mrs. Gentry's risjer to Kingswood, for burial, Saturday, f bis .1. Oscar Blaine was the gufest CffiA Hardinsburg. Ky. brother. B. F. Blaine, and Mrs. Blaine fnl i Dealer in Thursday, was in ) jhort Kingswoortratttrriavrjr awiss-jiewjwpc- STEPHP6.n Cloverport. cloverport Russell Basham en--n burial. Government THE GOLDEN KUl E STo'RI:, one of the many branch U. S. IT stores under its rulings only, offers you these exceptional bargains. THESE PRICES IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO CLOSELY OBSERVE Another lot of 60 pair reclaimed Army shoes We will shortly receive all wool Army blankets to sell for, Shipment of extra large turkish towels this week at For a still larger size towel a, vi 1 Stock Farm 25c 25c $1.50 t0 d N. Y. Styles: $19.50 $29.50 1 White-hal- The GOLDEN RULE STORE, Cloverport, Ky. The Store That Is Helping To Reduce The H. C. L. Inter-Nation- Clov-Mr- s. :- :- -- BEARD BROS LVE STOCK AND TOBACCO feoS T: D. HALE, "' 'JlgHsilgg W. D. CRAMMOND, Vice President " 5)1' " " GEORGE C. WILSON, 'or I IV THRIFTOGRAMS. ve 1 some-Sav- Cishler President e C; V. High-CJas.- PRK i' something today. Savaueamerf thing tomorrow. The b,est source of Invest wealth is thrift. Spend less than you eariU' Invkat Hardinsburg, Ky. you savings wisely. Economyottnakes Dealer in happy homes and sound nations f'om Society today suffers far morcifronj 3 Horses, Mules, Fine Sadwasting money than from want of dle and pHarness Horses. money. , 'It is tie w.ir said: "ItcIsUlle It will pay you to visit my Stables Andrew Carnegie saved whibtte.U?f first hundred dollars Begin at once and lay upr somflthiilg. Invest it securely. The.bce predomin uld ates in the future millionaire. Thrift requires that money should G. N. Lyddan 03 be used ami not abused. FARMER AND FEEDER Invest in War Savings Stamps Robertson Hawesville Deposit Bank HAWESVILLE, KENTUCKY PLACE Capital, Surplus and Profits Thirty-on- e $50,000.00 Irvington, Ky. UNCONQUERED : EVEN BY DEATH. f vT:j t The WEBSTER STOCK FARM i.rn H. II. NORTON, Owner fill hut Mill retained grip on the revolver. When the detecR roarheil his side tlieV foutld'lt Farmer, Feeder and Dealer irf necessary to remove the gun, whlcj; All Kinds of Live Stock. he continued to tiourtsn wnuc asuing Kmtucky. that they hurry an ambulance. Webster, tin dead man ran about forty feet as the Sate, years under the same, conservative management. Known everywhere Sound, Bank. Four per cent interest paid oh tjme deposits - ,:o -- :: 1lCZ30I30( OL r - JM .5 V i. i' '" :- -: t. (.' (,jA' iHWPIIKWW. ,T" . IT MH? 'IT OMMMU 111 ," " ' WIW w.wi. JTT"- - MGR4 '. THSBftfcCKENRIDGENEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY o - The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAQE, Editor and Publisher BIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY Special Sermon On Stewardship in many of the Protestant churches of Greater Boston with special sermons and meetings. This stewardship campaign, which is part of the great Interchurch World Movement of North America, has as its goal the enrollment of 10,-- 0 0 Christian stewards throughout the country, who will consecrate a certain percentage of their income to the church. The idea of this Christian stewardship is the acknowledgement that the real owner of all things is God and that man is His steward. It is not a sense a revival of the old system of giving tithes "unto the Lord" It is felt that the money test is primary to 100 per cent Christianity and that the consecration of "the first fruits" of each shttrchgoer's income is the first part of the task in world rebuilding The month oM'cbruary was set by the evangelical churches in cooperation with the Interchurch Movement as Stewardship Month. Next Sunday will be National Life Service Sunday and on that day a call will be issued for young men and women to enlist for special Christian SNOW FELLS JERUSALEM OLIVE. OMEN TO TURKS. o 1876 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1920 Sunday was observed fit t i ' RATES SUBSCRIPTION year; DOc (or 4 months : 7fic (or 0 months. Business Locals 10c Subscription price $15.0 per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Card o( Thanks, over 5 lilies, charged (or at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged (or at the rate o( 5c per line, money in Examine the label on your paper. I( is it not correct, please notlly us. dTance. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE a friend who is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy It. NEWS hand It to f WEDNESDAY,.. -- MARCH 3, 1920 V I SMALL BEGINNINGS. If the saying's true that "small beginnings make big endings," we arc in Clovcrport. more hopeful than ever of having water-work- s Onr beginning Monday evening at the City Council meeting looked small, yet one could tell that the few rcprcscnativc men of the town who were there meant business, and that that meeting would not be the end of the Jerusalem, Feb. 23. During a recent snow storm the famous tree named "El Butini" in the Garden of Gcthscmanc was blown down. According to traditions this tree would fall when the Turkish Empire fell. Twice it was bound with iron braces to prevent it from falling, -(- o)In the Garden of Gcthscmanc have stood for many years eight olive trees, tradition dating them back to the time of Christ. Their trunks for a number of years have been bound with bands of iron and shored up with stones. High prices have been obtained for'thc olives and olive oil obtained from these trees and goodly prices realized from the sale of rosaries made from the olive stones It is doubtless one of these trees to which the Jerusalem despatch refers. Sun and N. Y. Herald. age-spl- it irr in , MARCH ,nfi r I nssssmmmmmmmmmmmmmaKmamKSSSSSGSSSSSSSSSTlFtn (nsKiojjrav x VJUeposits Time The Farming Industry this section of Kentucky reevery financial encouragement by the services rendered by the Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company. Checks which farmers jeeeive in payment for their products can be deposited in this institution with the assurance of prompt attention to the customers' needs. Funds which arc required for your current expenses can, of course, be checked out and any surplus money can he placed to your credit at 3 per cent. in ceives it 1 proposition. While c arc waiting for Mayor Barry to hear from Mr. Gillig, the engineer, regarding the exact estimation for building a plant, we can busy ourselves agitating the voters to vote for the bond issue when Mayor Barry calls the special election. Mr. Gillig's report was much more favorable than many expected it to be, and he urged, us to make the start towards building the plant and go as far as we could and from year to year increase its capacity as the population increases. service. We believe it is the sentiment of the people in general to want waterRev. W. Harry Freda's Sermon. works but unfortunately they will not come without some effort and denial "Is prayer an acicnt fable or a on our part to get them .The opportunity is before us, we can't afford to modernface?" was the question asked let it slip. by Rev. W. Harry Freda in his sermon at the Clarendon Street Baptist Ziminic, the wise owl says. "A want ad is like a good woodchuck dog, Church. Mr Freda compared life in Biblical days with that of today, pointit keeps right on digging till it gets a hold of what its after." The Breck- ing out the great material changes enridge News' want ads ar a' line, example of Zimmie's philosophy. They which have occurred, such as in transportation and communication. He reget 'em! ferred to the passing of many ancient customs which can find no place in 1108 automobiles are listed in Breckinridge County's tax report. In just modern life. a few months it will seem like we have at least that many in Clovcrport. "But the great custom of prayer," he said, "has had its place in every it There is a lot of good reading matter in this issue of The Breckenridge century andlife." should have its place in modern News. Read it thoroughly The minister took, up various things which he said established the fact of recogniprayer, first its world-wid- e tion by every race and every religion; C. W. FLETCHER IS G4 second, its important place in the life YEARS OLD, AND HAD of every person from the child to the ONLY 17 BIRTHDAYS. old man, from the most ignorant to Thos, Lyddan, Webster, sold a car the most learned; third, the history Mr. C. W. Fletcher would be, load of 113 head of steers averaging of its accomplishments. according to the Louisville Times, 1.0C0 pounds at $9 00. Said market "It has been through prayer," said because he termed a was crowded with this class of cattle the tuinister, "that all the heathen was born on a Febuary 29. His and the price off However he was countries, such as China and India, first birthday was on that date pleased with his sale. have thrown open their gates to the o 18.1. Since then he has only had Christian religion. the pleasure of really celebrating J. M Rhodes shipped 2 cars of logs "But there is something which praya birthday seventeen times, but he Webster, last week. from er cannot do," declared Mr. Freda; So far lived sixty-fou- r years. has o "it cannot work outside its own Mr. Fletcher is the only H. II. Norton shipped 2 cars of sphere. Electricity is a great force. It per reported to be in Clovcrport. cattle from Webster, Saturday. moves street cars, it carries messages. He is an employe of the L. H. o mvr the nrrnn. but it cannot wrap up & St. L. R. R. shops, and for Ed. Shelman shipped a car load a package of tea. That we must do for years was the chief lineman of of cattle from Lodiburg, Saturday. ourselves. Just so prayer is a o the road. He lives in the East force; but it cannot do for us the work End and is one of the best proCharley Gross has bought a 40 acre we arc intended to do for ourselves. petty owners in the city. farm near New Albany, Intl.. for Mr. Freda spoke of the things which 54,000. He will move there this month make prayer effective. Among them o he placed keeping the right spirit toWallace Foote was in Irvington, SOME LOVELY CAR ward others, living the right life, and Saturday, says his mother is resting THE JANITOR OWNED. maintaining faith in the power of easy, eats and sleeps well but has no God" strength. She will be 84 April 10, next. The Jurgensons had been to the o Street Church. illustrat- Dr. Conrad at Park The Clovcrport Loose Leaf Tobac- auto show and some That salvation is an active force, co Warehouse will have a sale next ed catalogs and pamphlets were scattered about the parlor reading table. not a passive condition, was assertFriday, March ofjh. The moment for the great decision ed by Dr. A. Z. Conrad of the Park o Street Church in his sermon on Read our want ads. They sell your had arrived. the Surg"Do you suppose we could afford a "Flooding the World WithDr. Conrad stock, your eggs, anything you have ing Forces of Salvation." Bouncing Beauty?" asked Mrs. for sale, while you sleep. Notice the "That limousine model was a said, before he began the sermon, that label on your paper. This is a hint, a dream. Such lovely upholstery, and it is not in any pcrtunciory spiru gentle one. flower holders and a little concealed that we enter on an Evangelistic camo mirror, and the salesman was so paign." He urged the congregation to A subscriber called us up over the work' incessantly for converts. phone before breakfast the other nice!" "I am not unmindful that this is the Jtirgenon shook his head. morning and said "Don't stop my said Dr. Conrad; "Forty-fiv- e 22nd of February," "I'm afraid not," he said paper, I'll send you a check." This "I am aware that if ever in the history hundred's 'too steep for us just sounded goodt and gave us a good republic it was important to lay appetite for breakfast. Our wife en- now. It would cripple the family bank of the on patriotism it is now, but egg account for years to come. Roger will emphasis reasons I do not wish to joyed it too and put an extra go into long trousers and High School for two in the skillet. preach a solely patriotic sermon tonext year. That's another expense. laid I will dad," admitted Roger, day. For three years we have "So gardening. emphasis on patriotism and citizenthe son and heir. "But," sighed Mrs. Jurgenson, "we ship, and'these ideals are now familiar O, the pretty pictures in the seedman's might be able to buy it on terms. to everyone. catalogs! "Further more I will not permit companies " Pretty soon the time will come to don There areover my dead body," said during these weeks of our campaign "Only one your garden togs. of Jurgenson. "Let's look at this thing, the deliveringgreat our thoughtssalvaMake your seed selections now work of our iota from the properly. There's the rent $85 a of onions, beets and beans. month and food, and clothing and tion and securing I the salvation Parsnips, peppers, kale and chard and electric light bills couldn't preach and well you know others. Moreover, patriotic than to all the other greens, what's left out of my salary now. If a sermon more of Eggplant, endive, cucumbers, celery we start buying a Bouncing Beauty preach the controlling power and corn, on terms that's gone, and what's to lesus. Spinach, melons, cauliflower and par- meet the upkeep of the car and the "Christianity is not negative. Chris-- ( sley to adorn, tianity is intensely active, tremendbills? fetticus and garage about I'm afraid a Wheezit ously dynamic. It is not a state, it is a Okra, cabbage, our speed." Four's cress, movement. It is not a condition, it is "One of those Peas enough of every kind to make Mrs. Jurgenson. little cars?" gasped an activity, The instant Christianity! "Why, they rattle becomes a reality in lite, it moves out a savory mess, so dinky " Turnips, 'taters. Summer squash, and they wheeze aand lookengine," said and expresses itself. There is no hidgood "They've got pies, ing of the Christ. pumpkins for your MUn1inAce 1,1 irtSnn IC till 1frnifirant Radishes, tomatoes, too, sage to make her husband. cheap." tt "They look fact of Christian life. God has chosen you wise, "They burn little gasoline." agents to accomplish His purpose in Brussels sprouts, celeriac, carrots, "But everybody's owning one." the world. What do we mean by salvacorn to pop proves they're a success." "That tion? U is the introduction of conO, the list's so lovely it is mighty I want a Bouncing "I can't help it trolling life forces where before there hard to stopl Make your seed Selections now, for Beauty." consider the difference in have been controlling dea'th forces. "Just St. Paul was not speaking merely . garden truck to cook, philosophically and speculatively Then see if you can grow things like price." v"I know, but" When he spoke of the death which has the pictures in the book! you want to put off b'ui'ig a come on. humanity through sin. It is "Do machine for another year?" the awful reality of life. ODD ITEMS FROM "No, but" "The dominant forces under regen EVERYWHERE. "Then the Wheezit Four will have eration are the forces of God. and to answer our purpose." man narment of Jits regeneration, for A professional man in El Dorado, "I suppose it will," admitted Mrs. God has introduced into him forces Kans., stepping out on his front porch Jurgenson. Then she looked out the which will crush out the parasites one morning read this sign, written in window into the gathering Winter1 which feed upon the soul. It means large letters on the porch floor: dusk. Directly under the arc light, at j also that man has control of all his Thjs house will be blown to atoms the entrance to the big flat building enemies. God comes to you and says, was a new automobile long of wheel "And no man shall stand before you before Saturday night. The Black Hand. base with patrician lines which radi- all the days of your life." The professional man returned to ated cost and skill of manufacture in the house and confided in his family, every foot. Salvatlori "Rescue From Wreck" son, deciding not to tell the said Mrs. Jurgenson. "There," "There has been a great deal of who doubtless would be frightened at "There's a Bouncing Beauty." objection to what seems to me to be such a threat Before Saturday night "I wonder who owns it?" said Jur- a clear Biblical statement, that salvathe family and all the roomers had genson. tion is rescue from wreck. It is rescue Roger, the son and heir, who had from wreck, although man may not moved quietly from the house. Sunday morning, their fears somewhat been listening to the argument with have been conscious of his condition subsided, they sat in their new quar- a great deal of interest, joined his before. It is the rediscovery of a trail. ters talking about the averted tragedy parents and pressed his nose against But salvation is more than that. True and the possibility of a follow-uthe pane. salvation is instantly dynamic, Its son spoke threat, when the "O, that?" he exclaimed. "That's very gratitude, compels action. up and said, "You talkin' about that the new car our janitor bought I" "No man can act toward another, writiu'on the porch? I fixed that there Chicago News. whether in business dealings or in any after I come home from the picture other way, without concern to man show Wednesday night." is indifferent to Jesus. Whatever ts of WASHINGTON NOVELTY. Customer But this doll won't talk interest to man is of interest to the Isn't it strange how some people. do or open its eyes. church of Jesus. ' odd things just to get even? CarClerk It is the very latest thing in "When an individual is saved, he (Continued on Page 8) toons Magazine. Cabinet officers. CAN SOMEONE ENLIGHTEN HIM REGARDING MONEY FOR ROAD IMPROVEMENT. To The Editor of The Breckenridge News: If you will oblige me I would like to start an inquiry through your columns, or paper, something about the Road Tax on the 20th day of May 101'.), in Breckinridge county, Ky We held a special road tax election, voted on otfrselvcs a tax of 25 cents on the one hundred dollars worth of property. Fourteen or Sixteen years previous to this tax, the Fiscal Court levied a 25c Road and. Bridge tax, making total of 50 cents; 45 cents to the roads, and 0 cents for bridges. The 1019 tax law said that each voting precinct should have the money derived from said tax. So far the Webster Precinct has had or derived but a very small amount from the county for the up keep of the roads. I want to make you a plain state ment: I have no special ax to grind, no political enemies to lambast, not a personal insult to anyone, bit I just want to know where the money goes that honest people are paying out every year. If you will print any and all talks on the subject and the county officials can give straight account of all money expended it would go a long way in satisfying the people. Any man with reason knows the amount of money that has been collected in taxes has not been expended on road work. We can safely say in this precinct that there has not been one dollar in fifty collected on road tax and spent on the roads. Would like to hear from you soon. Respectfully, H. C. Stewart, Webster, Conic in and use this bank in handling of an) money matters. Bank of Hardinsburg .Trust Co, HARDINSBURG, KY. "T'Jic J2cznJc ttat nexAes you cal at flame" I r EVENTS THAT TRANSPFRED 7WENTY-FIV-E YEARS AGO 27, 189 Taken From The Breckenridge News, Wednesday, February. FARM AND STOCK skip-stopp- er skip-stop- B'' 30-od- d Jubc Hook lost his meat house and In Clovcrport. by fire. Receiver, Attilla Cox, of the L. H. $150 worth of meat (o) & St. L R. R. filed his November Licenscd to Marry Clarence A. report of the earnings and expendi- Penick to Miss Carrie E. Bandy; S. of the road showing earnings G. Smith to Miss Margaret Bowman; tures ?;U,824.15 and expenditures $2iT,809.37 W. W. Barger to Miss Caroline making net gain of $0,524 78. Bruner. -(- o)t (O) Rev. Neihaus resignqd from the Irvington Frank Carter attended'- pastorate of the St. Rose church and Morgan Richardson's cotillion party Rev-- M. M. Carroll, of Danville, suc- at Brandenburg. ceeded him. (o) -(- o)Garfield James Kennedy? St., 80 - Nelson Jolly, Jolly's Station, years old, says he never rode on a Mrs.sold in the month of January 60 train in his life. He is a professor pounds of butter and 13 dozen and 0 of Christian faith and a resident of eggs. this county for over sixty years. -(- o-(- o)Ky. . Glendeane Wade Pile played truJesse A. Moorman came m from Glendeane, on horseback. He says ant from his classes at Hardinsburg THE CHICKADEE. times are getting so hard farmers will College, Monday and came down to you ought have to go back to old time ways of see his old school-mate- s, When the lawn isdeep with snow, doing things. to see how long he can linger and And the world is dead, , (o) yet catch the train. And hooded in a dull gray cloud H. R. Smith, living near Garrett, -(- o)The sun sulks overhead, Rosetta D. G. Harned and bride, lost 17 lambs during the cold snap, I hear a little 'chirp of glee his neighbor, Geo. Neafus lost nee Miss Euzadia Board, have left foj From somewhere on the lilac tree; and Mr. Smith is feeding 40 head of their home in Oklahoma. 18. It is the cheerful chickadee. untry hogs. butter lie, creamery 20c, -(- o)The falling snow may drift and hide Hardinsburg Born to the wife of. eggs 20c, hens GJc. The provender he seeks, -(- o)Jailor Gus Shcllman, Feb. 28, a 10 , ice may seal the naked woods, And' Groveland Lou Pack, age 19 and pound boy. And northers blow for weeks, (o)-i- Miss Nora Givins, age 14, were marBut still he comes a welcome, wee, J. H Wills took charge of the ried at the home of the groom's Brave visitor, and sings to me, Wil-let- t, Cloverport Hotel, Sunday. j father, Jno. M. Pack. Rev J. C. The pert and friendly chickadee. officiated. -(- o), ii ' o)-Co- " Jur-genso- n. I , early He knows that through the hourglass The frozen flakes Will run WRECKERS OR BUILDERS. And bring the daffodils again, To dance with wind and sun; And so upon the lilac tree, Elsie Maynard. nine years old came He pipes in merry minstrelsy, into her gate swinging her school The optimistic chickadee. Minna Irving. hooks, accompanied by her friend, Marion Bush. Marion was pretty, her father owned two motor cars and she TAME ANIMALS I HAVE KNOWN j'was a power m the school room. The two children went up on the A tlilrt-flpprpInmh ramp trnttJmr hv piazza, Elsie looking to see if her "Pray whither now, my lamb?" quoth i '"other wassitting by the open win dow. Yes, there she was, giving her 1. little eirl . a welcoming smile and nod, "To have," said he, with ne'er a stop, ..... :.i. r.. ....:.. "My wool clipped off at the ba-b- a 'jrA".5.,.. " lVV" I f! Uiop." """" ","."" I asked the dog: "Why all this din?" said he: Ira fashioned outside in. And all my nights and days I've tried My best to get the bark outside." A hen was cackling loud and long, Said I to her: "H6W strange your kohl-rab- i. soup!" Said she: "Tis scarce a song; " It's just a lay, to be eggs-act.- in fact, steps and continued they were discussing. "I could see as soon as she came into the room." said Marion decided ly, tnat sue ts a gin i suouiu never like. She showed all over how much she thought of herself." ' O yes," replied Elsie, proud to aurec with Marion Bush about any- thing. "She's probably just as stuck - X breaking the commandment: 'Thou shalt not steal.' What meaner stealing is there than taking away one person's good opinion of another?" "But mother, the new girl looked awfully proud and she had a diamond ring wasn't that silly?" "And my poor little girl didn't even think it was pretty or say anything to stop Marion in her smashing.' 'Think Elsie, of that1 new little girl coming, a stranger, into a school where all the children knew each, other. Wouldn't that be a hard position for anyone?" Elsie s cheeks were burning now, and her eyes were thoughtfui: No- ad-tbody subject mi'Aate lunchedh with her," she reluctantly, 'because Marion ti.i he -- . I 5 . p I asked the cat: "Pray tell me why You love to sing?" She blinked her asked Elsie, uncertain whether or not ' to praise the lovely stone whose lights cye. fc had fascinated her. "My sir, as you can see, her Marion turned up :.!- -, nose ..j myself," said she. Is to .. r asa ro tit- - mva u utUi aiiuuiu aa iitiiv , ;., .. -.. 9nH tn wu.. i, :,i ..,.,,: t i...i - lit. :; , ilVMWyi :v.ii jw.- w,i .. ni, a . "i ..Z' :yv. ,jrwi4 w t waai IIIA4I VHV nilll'J illlll :., : ...i ,.,.,t .i. stick?" room" "Alas I I must be lashed," said she In,,' our behiYe !f hd .aI1 ."Hollo fhpre's Michael I" exclaimed S "So I can (rive whipped cream J the seel" the visitor, then she emitted a shrill she didn't care what that other" child decided she' herseU' Nixon Waterman whistle which caused the chauffeur of fc" d,id' She coward. a passing limousine to look around a "I wish it were tomorrow," she STORM WEATHER "Well, so long, Elsie," she cried, as . said suddenly. she ran down the steps. "Why?" t' "Goodbye," murmured Elsie gazing When I meet strangers in the snow "I'm going to begin to be a builder, in admiration at the nonchalant man-tiWho pass me on my muffled way, in which' Marion hopped into the no matter what happens." And speak as friends are wont to do, By Clara Louise Burnham. limousine. About the wildness of the day; " ' ' When street cars have a friendly look Then she went into the house. And clumsy trucks wheel slowly by, "Mother I'm glad we're not newly WEDDINGS IN BRECKINRIDGE t; When drivers and conductors call rich." she said Mr John H Smalhyood, of Sol- Mrs Maynard laughed, 'I wouldn t w- Directions quite good naturally; of H L SmaHood and ordinary luck she replied, "What s the news mind," WJien it's the Ms .M,ufe Hageri of yreckinrrdge-- , To slip and fall and slide about, t0;.v?y rounty, daughter of W. M Hager, ' "Nothing much," answered the lit- When everybody waits to hear i?.t. k l ,. Tli. liicr nn1ffmiii'c wartime lintita tie girl. "O yes, somebody has smash- - he brit!e.s home ...... ......g 'O thoughts centre on .w.,., ed some When all the windows,' of that empty house ! nfft,m.,i .- .- vwv...,.v. ' house ,on Orchard Street." ooo a welcome shows j "Isn't it strange," said Mrs. May About whose door Mr McKinley Roberts, of Clover-por- t, And in whose warmest depths the nard, "that some people would rather and Miss Florence Bolin, of light wreck than build? Tobinsport, were married in Hawes-villOf friendship's kindly fireplace "Yes" agreed Elsie, "That was a Tuesday morning, Feb, 24, in glows; njee house. Whoever did it ought to the Methodist parsonage. Rev, H. H. I find that 1 am closer kin be put in prison." Higgins performed the ceremony. To those without and those within, "You wouldn't like them for your Mr. and Mrs. Roberts retunted to Phillis Cpate. friends, then?" Boston. this city the same afternoon where I What arc "Of course not, Mother ri.tr,r. ii,.v Beware bootleg liquor, warns tte you thinking ofl" ooo United States Public Health Service, "Marion Bush." f Mr. Oscar Allen and Mrs. for much of it contains wood' alcohol Elsie looked up, and met a gaze Arms uoth of Cloverport, were Marie mar- and other poisons". An ordinary swal- whoselovng gravity surprised her. rjed Cannelton, last week. r produce low of wood alcohol may "Yes I heard Marion wrecking and Tht groom lives on a farm on the death' or blindness. Don't risk it. smashing a- few minutes ago. She was g pjkc. purr-pus- s, -- uo as she can be." "And so overdressed 1" said Marion. "Did you notice her diamond ring?" r.,. .!. .T:.,r .- i,:-- i..u -- A -- tu a. - ,t i:i ; ,i, mind Marion," interrupted Mrs. Maynard. "The question to me, is whether my child is going to be wrecker or a builder." "But it is so hard to do anything that Marion doesn't like," protested Elsie. "Yes, but if you take a firm stand and show kindness to the new schoolmate you will find the other children glad to follow your example. Marion's opinions rule many of you; but there is only one thing that should rule. and that is Right. Let Love guide you aim . rcmemucr uic vjoiuen i mile, i . e i ...i warn, to oc me mouier or a praye m- tiegiri.nota coward." i .,'. ri s t cisic I. oram was uusy wW ; thoughtS o the ncv girl and'the-wa, y -- said" "Never t"U. I "I er iw. m v,;mrfr wi.d,,. ....'h,..,,'",.. r;:,s .- -..- e, & - ClovcrporJ-Hardinsbur- tH "mni II" L- THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS o oo Jcauettc Burn, of Louisville, .. you muiu riease notliy the eilltor spent the week-en- d with her parents, drtlre advertisements discontinued. Mr1, and Mrs John W. Burn. Of Personal ooo FOR SALE Mrs Paul Compton, 6f Louisville, arrived in Hardinsburg, Monday to Birthday Party for M1K hAi.lv Dark, rich reds, large type single comb tggt from very fine pens, $1 50 visit Mr, Compton's parents, Mrl Mies Dleckman. Jer lit. A few cockerels for sale at j'JtKI and Mrs. Minor Compton, and $2.B0 each. Mrs. (i. A. Wright, Mc Stcphcnsport, Mar. Uuady, Ky. (Special) Mr. and Mrs, T. S. Nichola's went to Mrs. W. J Dicckmaii gave a party Louisville, Monday to met their Saturday evening in celebration of the FOR SAI.K While Wyandotte rggs, $1 23 per IB. These arc thr tame that others uaugutcr, miss uouisc Nicholas on birthday anniversary of her daughter, charge $2.60 and up. Oood winter layers. her return from a visit with Miss Miss Eva May Dicckmau, and Miss None delivered. Mrs. Martha Macy, Donna Ross in Parkcrsburg, W. Va. Lillian Hlniup A nitmlipr n( lixnuiiful , Ky. . . ... a,ter "n" ,wcre. tlainty refreshments FOR SALE Thompsons Hatred Rock safe ImMr Ben DcHuy,' of Tulsa, Okla , ' perial Ringlet Kggs. (Jood hatches and was here Thtirailav. the m.dst nf Mr Samcs aml music, nrrival guaranteed. Mrs. F. C. Knglish, mi.l Mrs Truiir Tnr.lrPV Mr. rnU,tv vvcrc Served tO the gUCStS, who dc- J tifirtnfl . ni ia Clovcrport, Ky. va nn r if hi4 wnv tn "iurt uic )! .nnrl.. -Ma ' ' .la,l,cs i" tw cirsnir iifiahoti birth FOR SAI.K Single Comli Hrown ". "We happy Leghorn KmnS where he will vfi his Kggs. $1 00 for setting of If.. 1'.. I Franks, days. Mrs. Fred DcIIuy, Sr. hamptr, Ky. M,iss MARCH 3, lift) 3f!jr PAGES Srwkpitribge 3Num MARCH 3, 1920 saw with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brpyn. WEDNESDAY, SOCIETY ITEMS Interest Eatcred at the Toit Office at Cloverpart, Ky, second c'aif matter. w.w.wwwwwswwvww WIS PAPFR REPRESENTED ADVERTISING DY FOP. FOREIGN Outlook for Water naa .. a : 1 yi-- ii 1 w. '"p"Hf pssai i THE r. f j I i i , Works is Good Get Ready for Spring Sezving NEW YORK AND CHICAGO 4RA1CHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES SATES ) OENCRAt OFFICES Car-hel- I FOR POLITICAL MENTS. ANNOUNCE- - Pf The marriage of Mr. Van At well Mr. Ed Whitehead and son, Byron and Miss STARK-LOWMACO. Whitehead, went to Irvington, Mon- Cloverport,Jane Wcathcrholt, both of took place in Hawesville, r day ton business. Louisville Representatives Saturday, Feb L'l The bride and ' O v Mrs. Jesse Miller, of Sample, spent groom were accompanied by Mr. Jno, Sunday with her Mrs. Wcatherholt. father of the bride. Mr. Atwcll is the sou of Mr. and James Cordrcy, and Mr. Cordrcy. Mrs. Geo. Atwcll, and was with the O O O ' Mr. Joe "Smartt was in Louisville, A. E. F. for several months in France. He is 21 years old and his1 bride h Miss Stella Waldrip, of Owensboro, Saturday: ooo 18. was the gtlcst of Miss Mary C. Ham- Miss Lillian May and her cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Atwcll arp rtatAma man, Sunday. Miss Louise May, of Harncd spent with Mrs. Atwcll's parents, Mr. and with Miss Lillian May's Mrs. Wcathcrholt Mrs.- L. T. Rein" will entertain the the we o rt 0 Ladies Reading Club on Thursday parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. May. ooo afternoon. Mr. D. D. Dowcll. Cashier of Bank Beautiful Home Wedding s, 00 o Of Mrsr J C. Jarboe, Mrs. Harry G. of Hardinsburg and Trust Co, and ot Hardinsburg, to Newsom, W. S. Ashby and A. J. .Mrs Dowell,Monday to spend wentfew Union Star. Feb. U8. (Special) The Louisville, a Ashby were in Hawesville, Saturday days. wedding of Miss Ilhcucllnu Dowell to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mary oo and Mr. Guy L Gibson was quietly G West. Mrs. Elizal Gibson was in Louis- solemnized on February 22, at the ooo home of the bride's parents, Mr and Miss Rosa Driskell spent Sunday ville, Monday" to shop. Airs. W. II. Dowcll. Only the two in Owensboro, with her brother, Mr, D. Bates and Mr. Ball, of McJ. families and the immediate relatives Garland Driskell. Quady. went to Garfield, Monday, to of the bride and groom were present. ooo Rev. C. B. Gentry officiated. Misses Effie Robinson and Kath- visit Mr. David oPotts. o9 Mrs. O. W. Dowcll had charge of leen Crist, of Louisville, spent Sunday Mr. Barney Squires and daughter, here with their parents, Miss Kathleen Squires, and son, the wedding music and played the ooo Lohengren's Bridal chorus at the enMr. and Mrs. Hilary Mattingly Barney Squires were in Hardinsburg, trance of the bridal party During the Sunday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. spent Thursday and "Friday in Troy, Hendrick. ceremony "Traumeri" was softly playInd., with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Master-soed, after which the wedding march ooo J. A. Dean and J. T. Smith, of Glen from Mcndcllsohn. ooo The bride was tastefully gowned in Mrs. Burl Parson and daughter,, Dean, and Lee Walls, of Hardins- a dress of grey georgette and taffeta LouisVin- - burg. returned Monday from have returned to their home in with which she wore a hat of grey ' cenes, Ind., after a five weeks visit ville. georgette. with her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamnian and Miss Ruby Dowcll and Mr. Owen Tucker. F. C. English were in Louisville, Laslie were the only attendants. ooo Miss Alice Waggoner returned to Thursday, attending the Automobile Miss Dowell wore a dress of blue taffeta. Louisville," Sunday, after a visit with Show. ooo The bride is a very charming young her mother, Mrs. L. L. Waggoner, Mrs. A. N. Couch and children, lady. The groom is a son of Mr. and of Hites Run. Miss Addie Belle and W. J. Couch, Mrs John Gibson, of near Sample, ooo h and is a prosperous young farmer. Mrs. Ella Mattingly, postmistress visited Mrs. Couch's sisters, Mrs. Adams and Miss Nannie of Garfield, went to Irvington, Mon- in Elkton, Ky., before going to Smith their BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS day to see her daughter, Mrs. Harve Triplett, and Mr. Triplett, who with home in Bardwell, o Ky. o o v The little daughter who arrived at their three children are ill with Mrs. Elmer King, of Basin Springs, the home of Mr and Mrs. P. E. is recovering from an attack of of Holyoke. Mas, Jan. 9, is Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moorman renamed Margaret Ethel. Mrs. Henwood is the daughter of turned to their home in Glen Dean, ADOPTED SON OF VICE Monday, after visiting in Hickman, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tate, of Clover-por- t. PRES. MARSHALL AND Ky. MRS. MARSHALL, DEAD. ooo Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Harrington and Announcement is made of the birth Washington, Feb. 2G. Morrison of a daughter', Catherine Temple children, have moved to their farm on the Hardinsburg rural route 2, which Marshall, the young adoptetf son of February 22. to Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Vice President and Mrs. Marshall, Field, of Owensboro. they recently purchased. died here early today after a short lived Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Nellie Burke, of Louisville, is illness. He was suffering from acid- near Clovcrport Field formerly on a farm. City, Fla , visiting her son, osis: in Dade (O o o The child was three years old and John Burke, and Mrs. Burke. Mr. and Mrs. Tousey Rogers, of ooo 'had been a member of the vice Mrs. E. M. Wedding will be hostess president's family since June 1917. He this city announce the arrival of a Rogers, February to Wednesday club this week. never was legally adopted, it was stat- son. Forrest Lewis 22 ooo ed today. He was taken into the vice ooo Mrs. 'Miller Ferry was in Louisville, president's home when he wa"s ten Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Weatherholt, Monday, shopping. months old from a diet kitchen, where of this city, announce the birth of a Mr. Jra Bledsoe, after spending his mother, who was employed as a daughter, on Sunday, February 29. several days in Florida and other chambermaid left him in care, as her points in the South, has returned duties occupied her both day and DR. H. A. MOORMAN, NATIVE night. home. DIES AT Vice President and Mrs. Marshall OF BRECKINRIDGE, ooo HIS HOME IN OWENSBORO. Mrs. J. H. Rowland has returned have no children of their own and - home after spending two months in the little boy was first taken to their Dr. H. A. Moorman, aged seventy-si- x Vincennes, Ind., with her niece, Mrs. apartment in a hotel for a visit by years died suddenly of heart failMrs. Marshall, who was touched by Piggott, and Mr. Figgott. Joe the child's plight. The vice president ure at his home, 828 Triplett street, Miss Mary McGavock is at home and Mrs. Marshall became so at- at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Dr. from an extended visit in Glencoe, tached to him that with the consent Moorman had been m unusually good Ky., with her, sister. Mrs. R. Perry of the mother they made him a mem-be- r health. He was playing with children Davis, and Mr. Davis, and at War- in the store of his W. C. of the family. Nail, when he was stricken with a severe pain. He managed to reach his home and fell across the bed. He died in a very few minutes. Dr. Moorman was born in Breckinridge county, near Hardinsburg, in 1840. In his youth he moved to Sacramento, McLean county, wltcre he remained for more than thirty years. He was president of the Sacramento Deposit bank at the time of his death. He had lived in Owensboro for about twelve years. Dr. Moorman is survived by his widow and one daughter, SUITS Spring suits are especially good looking Mrs. W C. Nail, and a sister, Mrs. this season. They are of Tricotine, Serge and Mittie Fisher, of Benton, Ky. The complete funeral arrangements Jersey. have not been made, but it will be held sometime Thursday. The burial will be at Elmwood. Owensboro! COATS Spring coats that are jaunty and bet Messenger. N O O sister-in-la, - 1 2 50 For Precinct ah! City Office- BOO ror County Ulhces- For State and District $10,00 For Calls, per line .10 ror iarus, per "" .10 For all Purifications in the interest o( individuals or expression of Individ- ua) views, per ,, .10 r. I "' . . '";" x sister-in-la- w Opcc, ""' 6 Mr. and Monday. Mrs. 0 o d W'. o- - Stephcnsport, were oo J. Schopp, of in 6o Atwell-Wcatherho- lt Louisville, '" Wedding in Hawesville. rim trcn Ky. nue uyanuoitc l.ggs. .iivi.iv for $1.00. Mrs. J. E. Lewis, McQuady, FOU SAI.r. Ill.mW DeciU and Mortgages. The llrcckenriilge News, Clovcrport, Ky. FOU SAI.K Thrre .Milch cowi, one yo.tng Hull three quarters Hereford. One Sulky plow, 11 Inch cut, good a new. O. A. Hrown, Everything Good To J, C. ll.irditiliurg, 'Jf Ky. Koutc 1. hi acre FOR .SAI.K ol timber, a large portion Hccch, alio UK) acres of lull land lyintf near Clfciiault, Ky. M. J Kohcrtson, Frymirc, Ky. Eat and Wear NOLTE FOU S.M.I" i Single Comli Hrown Leghorn ttgs. Coome and Milllignu Strain, $1.IK) for IB. J. M. Crenshaw, Clovcrport, Ky. d :ck-cn- d FOR - Hampshire Spring SAI.K l'urc-briCults, llrcd to farrow April 1st lo ljlth. Also a car load Red .Top anil Timothy hay J. It. Mattingly, Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 3 BRO. J Dowell-Gibso- n FOR SAI.K Home grown eel corn, specially selcctrd from stalks of good sound lorn and tell ilevcloptd cars Producing two cars tn the stalk. Ilae limited iUanti ty for sale at $11 ."O per IiusIkI. Send our orders to Woosley & Son, Webster, Ky .'FOR SALE Fair sorrel mire mules coming he. Sound. Also tine driving and saddle mare. Address 11 I., llruner, I'ni'on Star, Ky. -- FINE FARM FOR SAI.K 239 ACRES. Carload of Ames and Delker Buggies Ready I n. Fine farm, 2MI acres, 75 or Ml good bottom laud. 2 good barns, good dwelling, plenty of fine water, four and a half miles .South of Itardni'.'iurg on Jewels Crtck. This is one of the hist farms in the county. For price and terms write John T Hobcn, Hardinsburg, Ky acrts FOR SAI.K Two lots with bouses and otbir buildings, locatnl on Ilisbop Hill, near Horace Newton's and Kobirt Moorman's. This property can be bougnt at a reasonable price. Ask or write Jno D Hablugc, Clovcrport, Ky WANTED WANTF.DMan to farm on shares, mostly tobacco, (lood tobacco ground. Address If. I.. Hruncr, Union Star, Ky Everything to meet the demands of the farmers, you'll find here. We have new furniture and household goods for the homes to brighten them up. Below you will find some of the things you need and our prices will convince you that our store is the place to buy them. COLLARS FARM "WAGONS - Htil-da- WANTED Information regarding a Jarge green llower vase taken through mistake from the Methodist church. Call I'hone 40, Clovcrport, Ky. WANTKI) Farm hand, wages or. crop. 10 20 and a tire vulcanizing plant Case TraY-to-r for sale. Jas. V Miller, Hardinsburg, Ky. R. F. I). 1, Box 'J. Hen-woo- d, TRACTORS BUGGIES MISCELLEANIOUS IIOLSTKIN Bl'LL The dairy business pays. Increase your milk yield. Rreed your Sec cows to a registered Holstein Dull. J. R. Eskridge, Hardinsburg, Ky MOWERS BINDERS RAKES HARNESS TRACES SEPARATORS MATTINGS RUGS CARPETS LOST LOST - Gold watch chain on Main street, Monday afternoon. Reward offered. Mrs. Chas I.oytl, Cloverport, Ky. FURNITURE "" NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of either Thomas O. Ryan, deceased or that of Elizabeth P. Ryan, deceased, will .present same properly proven, according to law, to the undersigned on or before May 1st, 1920. John F. Knuej Adinr. E. A. Hardesty, Stephensport Ky. 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. NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of W. G. Payne, deceased will present same tb P. R. Payne, properly proven within the next sixty days and secure settlement. P. R. Payne, Admr. Estate W. G. Payne, Deceased. W. J. OWEN &, SONS, son-in-la- Hardinsburg, Ky. I New Spring apparel for Women and Misses ALLEN BLACK ADJUDGED MENTALLY UNBALANCED REMOVED TO LAKELAND. Mr. Allen Black, who for thirteen weeks has been cinflned to his home on the Hill on account of his mentaj and physical condition, was declared mentally unbalanced and committed to the Lakeland Asylum Lakeland, Ky, by order of County Judge S. B. ' DR. Office Hours: 8 I W. B. -- TAYLOR " If.lngton, Ky. ...PERMANENT... Payne. DENTIST a. m. to Mr. Black was removed to Lakeland Saturday morning on a cot and undyr the care of Messrb. T. S. Nicholas and Austin Hill. He has a wife and two children. i: m. p. m. toI5 p. m. Always In office during office hours coming to misses and older women. They are belted iq with' the harrow shoe string belts and Mlicoipe in varied colors. s I , INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC BAD NEAR ROSETTA. SKIRTS A new line of separate skirts just re- ceived that no woman can afford to miss. These are Wool Plaids, Plain Jerseys and Silks. i , Special Sale on Children Dresses - Remarkable values in splendid Gingham and Chambray dresses for girls 6 to 14 years, selling now for only . The inhabitants in the Rosetta neighborhood in Breckinridge county had a seige of the influenza epidemic, and for awhile the situation was rather grave. Seven fdmilies were stricken at one time, and through the mercy of Messrs. R. C. Brown and Roam Board who were the only ones who escaped tht epidemic, these families were i greatly aided. The stricken families were Thos. Stinnett and six children, Lovel King and four children," Jim Legrand and three children, Burt Lyons and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Priest and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Mur ray Board and seven children, Sherman StClair and three children. 13 Tobacco Growers! On account of the unsettled condition of the market, our sale was postponed. The next sale will be on to-bac- co FRIDAY, MARCH S9 192Q 1 IS r YEAR OLD GIRL MAKES BEST AVERAGE IN EXAMS. z fifty-fiv- $1.50 and $1.75 Mrs, Ethel O. Hills Cloverport, Ky. Lodiburg, Mar 1. (Special) Of e pupils in Hardin county the who were recently examined at Cecilia, for the common school dip- passed, Among the loma, thirty-seve- n highest averages were Miss Alma Dutschke, Cecilia, 02; Lon Montgomery, Solway, 91; Chester Wells, n, We will receive tobacco every day and have our sales as often as possible until the end of the season Cloverport Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse J. WALTER BOYLE. Mtnagtr jpPlL Miss Dutschke is a 'niece of Miss Ida Nottingham, of this place, and is 13 years of age. 91. m .v Twr - TIF n JtBtl - jm mu..m kU I' ft r , 'iButi the most universal agen'cV in spreading the message of th6 Thrift 'and Savings Movement has been the of Is SirirJlyf Pressi In metropolitan daily arid in Blood. Better Icountry weekly have appeared un ' J;;v iFl km counted iVcws columns and editorial those Pepto-Manga- n Improves Blood articles. The patriotic service ofAmeriwho direct the policy of the can Press., has never yet received its Compsed of, ApPFQYerKBqd-JVlkJn- g due praisc.1 and in 'winning the, nation Eiementp-rjrP90,awav from i wastefulness there o'fc but given an added dernonstrattbn of high and in Liquid and Tablet Form. it a eomrk 'purpose and. broad, vision."' c i tinnnlor-vitttonfbatt"' " The- aiiovoiparagraph is taHcniirum itppiif ampU eltctnrittr of hfilt, voter Marump, vathtnf maeUiu, irirptr, crtan Are you tired and weak aWd! "bluet?" an address dclivorcd by WiHiaSi itparaUr,fannii mtll, iron, tie. say to ydureelf, ''What's thei ther Lewisj Director1 ofi tthnidSrtviHbs Do you Department, The use of living? What Ho' E get.ibut of Divisibn, Treasury (Reserve nDilrict, Federal'' life, dragging through this drab exis- Eighth tence in.'this unhappy way"?''. ' ' ' whiclt is among the leaders ire the sale 6! Treasury Ratings Certififcateg and You .don't feel well and you aon-knowiwhy you have, so little'energJtoi Warf bavtngs'ijtarripj; ouiditntdliave 'did had the splendid 'record Eggs nre.aho' shipped aafcjytalmbst do' any thing., and you get ait urea out madetlicc press of Missouri, itArkansas any TrWAt - nothing experimental or disfnocebwJwIi itheymar packedaih ' There arcmlillioiisiin not' ( lirfnrrlt.isidone. about Lalley Electric Uncertain "the busy Anitric.i .thatnhavensuclnfeDlinga-no- rind Kcntdcky given Loan isnppprt 'it a stiff p'asdbqard.'.carhongfcidtDxtirokdc. Light and Power. campaigns for thjs; lpiinppso'JeLhev'itlpaB, araund hn'd then, ..and they' 'are to be his, Jn thet Liberty Tt pitied But there is help. Unless samei this district! was always fuistjtopgo the oggibcintf rfilled twithb'.eitltcrcioBaff UohatCbeen in everyday farm uie thctop" and it is keeping up its or bran.Uicfcoridmg tto fbroilQ yeari and each year hai Serious inaiauyi ia hi uic uuuuiuiui "over in tlieuldnited Statc;aUepartracnthon their trouble1, a few. weeks of Pepto-- reputatioiir been a tuccetiful one. Uj --- rp uj Agricultures This 'packagiotas ntljcnll Mangaii "will work a wonddrfulichanjte placedoSnvtaichaskeCi rt hie wbtit torn cbhd ' Thomandi of LalleyLight uteri era n puts new life into the PT?fcfSRT TTIRTTFTRS i sidc ofcwh,ic.b(areilinadiwitbiRkaelstdc: unanimoua in praiiing it. blood, and. the blood is the lifecfiuid. and thec spae'esdat citlithccml',af the With, ulentv of rich, red blood course Ijet-demonstrate at our tore or Ufit'i hI box areCpackcd withtlhe iBaihegjuaw i"" i ing through bne's bod one is prettyl r. ' thumpadka'gecois-placed- . your home. likely to feel gbod rind vigorous and TrorougrfiExperimentrin This jMethod tcriahl of Transportation is Urged,, fr hfoitdoekcelsiprcahdi dll ) d lp .Jtrniiir and lobk heartyj i a with cloth, as previously describWashington, Feb.t da Go' to your druggist aif& ask Jar Fordsville Planing Mill Co. Bo sure toi thoroughgoing experiment iit the, de- ed. "tri stiff cii.i lrd parlom m d "fiudels Jake Wilson, Manager Extrtal Hiil .cardboard icantdnsctnhie, say VGude's". If "Gudd's'b is notion velopment of the inland waterways of Fordsville, to hold frarti tone, tociCvyciaiisrttrngs Kentucky. the package it is nbt the country G. A. Tomlinsdn . of fthe Division of Inland. Water- may he uaed! to'ship eggallcTKesecbax. It is put up in both liquid' and tablet fornw Tell the drUggist which you prcr" ways of the' Railroad Administration es areiftfted witii a h;nidlmfof;carry-ing- ; silhiklrcltobthat-aii-i aranarketribady fen There is no difference in medicinal in. histahmialircport'todayito Director value. Adertisement. General Hine9, declared that far com- ket. t Bushelp baskets c ofnfromr 1ft" o d! plete economic justification for.iUesc used ttoi fliu '! ' rCO"QV m'ethods of transportation" would be settingalof egg&i thbtmajinbc ofpack-THE NEW ECONOMY , i ingiairdiosbvaring beingiith'eodame as ) Traeler: I see that iyau are adver- -, shown. ooo ncd t co. mentioned inotherfiratjmttlhod'g' fort Browne: Don't you fjnd reading a tising '! ior asulow as tow dollars raauis Mr. Tomlihson suhimarizadAtteiiopr cook book mighty stupid? Itr iaijyiisroriwry; rtohceats bg tftrry i i i a day.tU'11 take onet cratfons under, thoRailrosd.&dmlnis-txatio- n hatchorgifori aboutl ja h6rga;ftertUiey-Towne: Oh, it has a good many :f Sorry, bub those arc all RClerk tcre1 during' 1019 oh tf hecNewl York are rectiveidiita'dllovisithBigewfi-iitsUrriiig passages. Cat toons eserved for '6ur millionaire patrons! barge, canal thei Delaware anib Rani- - gain itsc qdrmal ipositioinchtforo . the " Cartoons Magazine. tan canal the lower .Mississippi e?srs are nlaced fn'tlfc incubator. St. Louis and New Orleans, on What Cauc.aPoor Hatch. W)iat Causes the Warrior iRiven in Alabama and the Chesapedke and Ohio canal. Poornlmtchea iarc.t caminonluwithi The result of operations on the canal, the report said New York barge muclcpiisdussed quefltaah. Th'et?nsff substanates the assumption, that as wer depiends lOiria; graaditwariaty soon as moderi power barges, now tTHeitcbndjtionuof c under construction, are placed in ser- eggs pray imiaito thaitchmgds invorciapt, vice this waterway will become than the iiicpbaionlitoidloihoi oaose. Though it required ten days althoughllirpprdpcc liaitdlingidn reitlier grain from Buffalo to New case will .produce tthduiahjc firejultec' to move We have on our list one of the very best farms in, York it" was pointed out that the When ceggsc faileithnijatauckfinst lae,tt steajn bargtas now building would whether thb. breeding! 'stcmkl isi Breckinriderc countv. 2!H acres, 0 room residence, 2 move a fleet of barges fropi Buffalo condjtiDnS'lwljtchiisehdtlto ipro; large fine barns, 1 tenant house, well fenced and watered to New York in seven days or less. duce strong, fertile(gerrrtjiiilithe:efeg8ti On the lower Mississippi the report next, rwhethqr"-lhebeghwdjrJjueaa; and in an excellent state of cultivation. 7o acres in grasjs put the cost of handling freight at handled 'properlyt'lieforhc incubitiou; defecfrom 90 cents to $1 a ton, the and lastlt. (hvhothencitbttiawnditions and clover 100 acres of valuable timber. Level for machtive character of existing facilities and were right. during incubatiand a dJU equipment necessitating expenditures . When tancincuhatbr.sisoufetdln: dkilt inery. .'5 miles of railroad and river. Positively one of the of more than $05,000. The total. local temperature vfe'eord TfeboolcV; be rkeph best and most productive farms in this rection of counmovement, both north bound and of each machine. Theciwferatocv can: south bound, amounted to 90,325 tons then comparer tbe. Hainptaiturmaat-whic- h try. Splendid community. Price reasonable. Easy terms. which the average earnings on tlili maehinesjihave bfceualnoiii'i amounted to $3.54 a ton. The right farm for the right man. tained. This (.may i.tirovif oicvaluejjrt Service was begun on the Warrior the future, especiallvkfii Uie'cbspodert River in December, 1918 to provide records fcaneliotchejaked back against water transportation from the coal those of fields of Alabama to Mobile and New Orleans; the total tonnage hauled to ENGLISH BUY A.' E.' F.' CARS. j October 31, 1919, amounted to 124,- Ky. "4 The Evcnin,.' don, Kctt 048 tons. The freight movement was London, s Iffebt almost entirely southbound, the re port said, and in order to neutralize News says thatnian USngbahiifirradofi the cost of the empty haul back to motor aar tbgerltsiehaancQnpletBdtiat the mines twenty steel cargo retainers deal with Hhe lAmoricans Goairbma,At of ten tons capacity each were con- for virtumllyrnll the tiaarslilwtd by the structed and terminal derricks are American army' on tche iRhtnp.ipcr as The tran'sactibnhe Jiapaper as-- i now being built at Cordova, Ala., and New Orleans. With a frequent .serv- sertS.,dO(rqlBcai(between 1.500,000 and ice tonnage is expected to develop to a.ooo.oooTigniRis. tax the capacity of the fleet the report said. " TJ-iU- in Manv ftpme jfttf$ ,np?ui r:3iul fmmmm nr.vr l'r,-v.-- ; h U m'm&mssi.mi. asmmtmsm mMwMmz Tr'u' ' WilHam .Mather Lewis Pays Tribute to the Newspaper Men of the W 1' Mjt'i; f Tr Infk- Tirtf'ng Effcs. - .TWCWDMllt;LBUI'ESOAND KKUAIUOMKLODIH 9CNEGS WORDS OF-3- 00 " "n r Country, IXnft-tit- vnft-fn- tm k lt-t- Used 10 Years t Hawesville; ky, Feb 20 thef sbrinJximostJut; lumdirhfe- Wlacsxiilfc, mJCyhcs Hob.lnOJOMrl of dozens tifuhatchinRcesgatiaeesaiiitty tnelodibanof JftO old ped over.) longc distances shipacsflfuUp-bu- t lWods ami Ifcmrfmbthqdcabji ifcwo in maiiu. teases thcchhiuincntj at-- SonKscnanf MtamcHOocHausville, each more pcars thtnffect thciJiattch.iiTlrifciiHimVe ' t thaUiSO Vttmt Hxkhrctt, BJ yeirs I ually due to the, riiantrtting vtai$b mi atMrsMBlizfciSlfciareJt.iiHn.yBarsi'eld eggs ared pnckcdprSettirifr segesil qW add, MwitlvrcljthcJluHlii ftt ocears be packed forshipnfen'tciillscrveralldif ways. Oneoitthcibtskaiitithottst OKU tl"t()nrrs atternaonsdngcccalli fercnt intcld(lMiitg(Jr AttHhevTiwigs dwere is to iiiscdai cotnmdmttnatikeftubafktefe sUriiiithtlidttIdiM(ascvrciUuoddawnj well lined Ion the .bottota an,d;ssidesi When tltbdist hnddicdhaiustcd thcii' with excclsicir.D Wrapinthcwoggftniniidi' thin layer tof paper .anlthltvitB ehougntl stotditlicsicif:totRleiaOO.f'om (Old nriie THrolgs--' cxcclsiordtonJiiakc a ball tifcAbouiil&.l nJamiiFucker" rangCKtfroSh) d to inches diamctdr., 'J?aclpultlicse batbx-tightlBahhw." Bush, blind for ini'thc ba!sket,rptll ciwancpkciv yiMra. liBushriiihnd mfoih atoreral of cxcclatpr'iaudiovdntall iscwmspicOaj of stroijg mdttori (clotbsidf tpuflhftlltr fjlonrslaluvt oritteheirruich.ijipetf-yi JhtcslTwvorJc-fJBUiL'onhrersion b clbthcupMirtdcr lh(oUtalfle" rlmcofather. I hdir oferthe Twenty-thir- d Psalm into basket thvithf ata8erT knifed :Thdslattii oversea method of fastening thecclofcWlisjjnuch, quicker ilhau the former and just as , effective, m olsr i 'ipped safelj nlnoMI I "Star-SpangleI v SONOS. mum 3Yun3 mm& 4 U.. (IWiiffiRRfltt'u TiBSpWrMSHl ramrOTvmrearTCi-T .mcuUM 1 Life Is a burd en when tho.bo4y- - Dnng RliKTnNrfiilravri rffll Urn MWmML-- Tk '' Mbitarooltldncxr llvprlaoiriiric.acld ttWV tlAU,drunrfe9krthr,airy bux Uek for A44iWaH UvUlitVrmn bt ad accept no ImlUltoa. la MtimltifnMdtfrHe)tai1d (Mn 3ftfliJnrriltlkiinetfr)ofjil The nations' piUBIRfflPWnland for ovet ftima-wtU- vKHMnUMfF w r ,m . r . v . Pepta-Manga- , tttffflti waterwaV i. t!7.t-JJrg- ni Qjj'-ctap.-d- f coVr-cre- Pento-Manga- n' Pepto-Mnngah- .t Dir-cct- ot jr'"' sJiSp-prder- s s wmmfes. fliili itiedding, Light Draft in Sticky Soil, fa?fsthvplWrfct ltPMt)re using Wh tQwpriwigittJiaajicky soil kftXro-tWifo ( . en I ta grtPqffl-mPafF.itli- i If tha plow th4t you ' j ed A Fine Farm For Sale' v lfite5oa'dortwDriiyiind pulls HMTBUftTnedy tlt for your plowing fOitfme and gat pro-fitabl- ej liept-und- troubles. Ask us to chow you our D&J.j3, wcateowswuMerdJobn! 2ftnrteSXW Slat Moldboard Chilled Plow. Because tht3 plow s slat mo ' plow. - pAU. strong, long-livoriginal parta and all expa parbr fit perfectly. Bottom parts! are chilled extra deep where stoll Mcri tion is greatest' Xhe trioIdboareV has a detachable shin pieces naakti The "Slat" j r..l an 'unttsuallyi ir suilV N log it easy cutting edge Tht at apketa ed rckxntysllCeiidteskeds Sg'ckyraoil olfahlyUioTtere Htna Ygttmrnlng ijpsVBthhtslataiShfeii LtodBalVes jdst aClhaidnentiLieapadingdciik dois tBedajisa.3)f(teldankhc;lflingt iti)thttJgirtettnbja.plowI for its capacity, ever made. , holds Ibe plowi pat8 rigidly together. ;Thebeam. is guaranteed not to bend or break. i i. h iuj plow in We can furnish this plow In the size you want. " '"low, tick nt a If you want'arldlngIplowiak us to showuyou the'iJohn.Oeexa! Syracuse NatlOiSulkyueiquJpped with the slat moldboard bottom. - ard,; combines- ligbtneas--tt apddits amalhaxpanael. malleable attndh strength-an- j i pIojl"- fhc Be sure to see our r, MrWeteSfesPlatmoldboardtflQivtttb. sure remedy for sticky soil plowing troubles. Ball & Adkisson. Hardinsburg, I pnej ftlE PLANING 1AKE MILL COMPANY NTU KYl KENTUCKY- - i FORDSVILLE. FORDSVILLE, WILSON. Manager m 'in' ' THE GLORY FOR THE POLICE SEAMEN. .? UNIVERSAL CAR C , ! dhere are more than 3,000000 Fprd cars in daily service throughout the world, and fully qghty per cent of these are Ford Touring Cars. There are many reasons for this, not the least of which is the simplicity in the design of the car, so easy to understand; likewise it is easy to operate; and mighty inexpensive compared to other motor cars. On the farm, in the city, for business and for family pleasure, it is the car of the people, and the demand is increasing every day. Let us have your order promptly if you want one. T. J. HOOK, HARDINSBURG, KY. TOw .- -3. p-..- . - rist.;i. As long as thr: big storm of February, 1920, is remembered by the people of this city it will be associated in their minds with the thrilling Anne, attrornd off RocKa-cu- e and crew of twe of the way Point, in a lashing gale, by the gallant tars of the New York Police Department under the command of Captain James Hallock and Lieutenant Henry Dobert. The feat was preformed with neatness and despatch, under circumstances which called for an unusual combination of skill, coolness, nerve, fortitude and daring. Without a hitch or a mishap those in peril were brought ashore, and a new chapter was added to the history of the brave men of the force. Manifold are the duties of a policeman. To go into a dark cellar after a burglar, to sec that everybody gets out at a fire, to tackle a mob single handed if necessary, to direct traffic, to catch runaway horses and curb motor car speeders, to keep the peace, to be a terror to lawbreakers and to answer foolish questions, all these activities are accepted as part of his day's work. But put him in a novel tiuht corner and he will beat even as fine, a specialist as the Federal Coast Guardsman at his own game. It is to be noticed that this ex ploit was marked in every detail not only by the gallant spirit of the department, but was carried 'out in accordance with the age long traditions of the romantic calling of those who go down to the sea in ships. 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Harner, of the Harner Optiqal Company, of Louisville, Ky., will make regular monthly trips as follows: ' HARDINSBURG IRVINGTON CLOVERPORT HAWESVILLE 1st Tuesday and Wed- - 1st Thursday and Fri- - 3rd Tuesday and Wed3rd Thursday and Frinesday, ' Park's Drug day, Lex's Drug Store. nesday, W c d d i n g's day, Patterson's Drug Drug Store. Store. Store. jm I mYKS,Wimmmm Ai tfttUH bb1 mmiim mtmWZ WfcfS:1 - TTtwJr HBt tJlhC"i . wnn ran - ruflimil irh I nmftlQ J wv W4 wiuont us. your SXffttfir rirt-UaTrX- fe. &&s& rszssEX?' H - r bibi nr va M mttvmsavnft iiHffamuVi iutmh tJMtursatsfi i ettWiW mnmGtWS ....... t t r. ttipplj or whtn jou Uy.U aas mtiimtm H1Cetbant cigafflffy.aifflCi taste; no unpleasant ciffare ttv odor r 'f8 g& 5 1:2 ' B . Camels win ai - tatTfige; .AMTr are ....- auiu - ..i ulcomVttWnV wWzWm mjJ llfir -- 4tWaUImirBt( VUZ 'isr ctua 3 R, XiVJ tlL.&lJeULV ii5HHRrfiPaJWfe CO, Winaton-Salen- j, CO., Wlnston-Salem, $sam mlm. T"1 11T W V v mymFZrW-NC N. C. ffi - 'i ' TOBACCO R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO coupons or premiums f vJU q rea KfFMfc msmtii Ml? JHardin sburg, lip Rv rains sburtS Minr wtm 0Vc Special tr 74. M&tim&mufimxms. mffmfm.MMHB '4 iTirflianBuM iftlniinn Aetna "ToTvcs. PAGE T T DAT 'JlM JJ i U DU A Office .Ky. Specializing In Trial Practice Ii n I'ri tl I'i i .i KT iti.i. ntl ni Given ?hcm JJunnp the first irciowJtilib:WyiiwlcipelPthJlte(top of the i If thorc 'loi.Tflmiv 'simsmnn lio"n'iiucc condition' vvtntni frniubudii, HipITtkkU M.rn sXrKWlnteVr5f tthtfrijmtggfe 4oti hanllti-i-t ihiiftvJ ni4 if 'growing' 1pi'titzdril a uurnig inc earner years' ami less ncu on required. In omo inf? in wilt-uobjects sought in otis it niay not be ricccssary tb nrtiVrlnnOrincilftrtlini' .tH thtuglJniwd back the terminal grovthi thoticl i tb tlA'grWdfturb do sd wiH' tuitd, as a rulo, to dsvrlop iStutbw. DeitrlV4Ht o the niOMttIoFW?rArt:tTofttiodtljrjdtvIg-mibfItl'tfttctfrismaller secondary f anti tide fcecrviiiib'ftrde ha"we- - branches; vgatu ciVfitAcv4fi1vihlibiMiltlst:l1ttdriaWjmhe heading bVcki vi llTe'KnYdi'SS tcVJimbralojaI' .wing f.tiit IhWtM.vidMCSone they will make a smaller annual OffA'TIj' The owner of a few trees U morfc habhaiatdly growth (inder usual cdnilitions'thah Co J Mniirj ip.vf " U. : " U-.aJ- d lf 'nfullTi Smith-Mos- s HANftOt'K i)mm ' J1 i t PJJJIJ ni.i.M.i-i- LY,1S viouiWfcasdh growth will hd needed. LAWVI'U On the ottver and if IhU trceB made 1604-7-- 1 Building a strong growth, iart ahunklant set of saw waSfnnoci, awiV WtHFiifd'Stt 10CC 7 J lmjbisVl(L'CEnu M,ri the tophM MSbnvhe8tifbnMlliRh' iH3tHhtftifcniiil)fl)fn'ilt Ktiditctlirouffhotit truit buUrH6cloped( and! they ha'e I OUISVIU-suffered 'noWnjuryi a correspondingly Met iircb'pitoofhfm the'ufilditt-htoulnduc'More Than SO Years Experience be ffc,A1dHeat4Wf6u,f,WV&li!n&3Vn(e mk itiiiifowiitJoittUllc HpeiitnL ntahbKVuit; iinrtt f alt, firing, I'.p- Men i' More Tl "i Yea and ftoSibljithtW IvifiaVaiBmJcfc.trGf twiiiiARuytirt)iiHKm'Bimib!itifjipfiii)W; season's Hrowtlt may ueadvisahlci'in thtditfis1i-ipi's- t coitrrfesliMy ftmkaw37, to nTAkiHtAwotluh hartrkllntP'&fiblhie ordcfi'totlliintfruit as Vriuch as isf posit isa'tliteallcafiyliffllVftt fiftta ajKftMe. ifruftcilitatc tlic harvesting of tiic sible by 'that imcAns. i i.. i i ' i pefleliy lflny,it"'lflok4huatsowwy bthc-r'-t fruit , AttlaoflhrithaYlt- a'ndroxm-il'abfe:lt WHO-MA- D& Prune in Early Spring. THE 'FLAG? nessr uses a great deal ot unhappi- WHO MAUb THK FLAG? VncWYeiSnrrftBto prune In Then, there is another very sad sight.UA IfrrtbcbrteakWittftow tlYeOVetellt nJcliCIWfcU tlic vlurittft lithe tddrrtnm A flag was' niVrlbd.trflrafcrabltyrtag di wtntorutir toWnWorStedr raised over the Janiesi millfe. Frotn' the own-crsn gtowthtfitarte, yo'i had'itfxfioct4tt'dfttitaiwUltili llesv'lylsp'rto&Ju&t.-be'fOrofothu dnf illil I learned esaysi1 a MAGAZINE fruit i KoeH"-i- o iivm writef, 'int thdi Philadelphia Ledger, exccpo,'iii"rcHH7n'viicrcMitTiBiiig excellent ''uaesiiriveisuniiii goes to els and to o'cxirtciiKodnta- ivasikttt i se m tnc l j U .i m.i i yVYPlitisltrifllri tftVAhShrv Ifcfcstloherein that--? And the saddest thought of all .is' $2,50 THE YEAR T4i flatr urn q tiinftf nf twnnl frrm idvinkjlBdtroJodlltich.fs dnilF tV: that-4dttdJikkerstlcOWfiiithflt'ciilftcWi SiSo Till. YI.VK f wool frr m Ah'icridalKshecii-m- de 19 gasoline. It is certain that if Kentucky h vThc' total vafud.of aH famioanimals Scad 10 Ceats for Sample Copy brevew&hl dryls)Npey"p1lurhB,. IxNotKobJectviiftthc PrvJniYiUirat"ftjentilnWM- - - x"S3rfe Sent! Cents lor Sample tupv every'tpdadhy gwwerr riMllUtfagtheNut-partat1ci- f Lrinin"caun uhhcxs part df thd moiieyl to od January l( wasabditf'Imnoi.ooo.WH) ' can raisdthe CafdJiJiynauMtallan.'1 io operations are very fXrtvning tflalisceltfttoiVno ercllf match dollar for dollar, $2,000,000 an- - which is a 'shrinkageubf2'ir,,noo.000. . k.. .to. Spn'rlJbyyahiSve'der u alcnutivoK t'mlite trrtllitisubiMy cxlcnBivpniiiwayii!Jeii'netcBBry:rio per cent, compared ju'itlf a the "federal.i 'or ' mially'will edme from Correct Eaallsa Paallsalng Co. liiothf-flr ' harped by SGdrman. I ago. WflliefhrOVigllOUt tltX: Wiiociarjvhdlt is" It is an intetestlngouscrvatid'h oovbrnme'iW. of fntk,'iifoliet Correct r&X&tN.W.WrVolrt1MJ ' Drei"ll lby l.rt:;tiicif 4r.i6fMOXvilMtrpOnWeml IKVltrC iRhrWfefitheM ik) filikahltfrfrwIrMtn i,t that mules and niilcni'cows Whicn inEVANStON. ILMxOIS Drawn' ihybyna Scotchman. itctrwVJrk jfrntherdfchHrtltbW iht Jfvtllt 0Wner4isnsulllyV'fflllcwlai'fre0othH!iJs ( creased in niiJnborS'ial8d'Viiicr'catedin This County in 'Proiect No. 8 WdVCn'ibji:a .Be'lgikili' i ' n closely ifeOW'iy p1aHovjr"Jtetrf bttfy tUud30,'feiienHafhgerc'dkdhrigtlhefwiit-thoug- h 'StfpeTyvibedibjUal'l'renchman. 'db'nstru.hi'dri of a line'6tlroS'(lk ffom value per I ,..t,.w,.. u, 5thVve mkyt liftPeScctneaftveilt UbprsdvurtftJUTeiperitteg.iVmayibt5 n(.. k ..classes of animals lecrX5acdnno4Jihlc SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Itpcwdl fry an AnicHcnii, SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NJ2WS per head, as weU asMnctotal ntimbbrfi. concdptloHJoftijhSt Wht ptojccf.i.rind there are sixty-- IScOtirtdUiy air Albanian;! ' uuii i,, JUL i u,, ,ii uiLii tu.iu-ti- irwieDiTOmic'Ctoiidiii0ns'''Prmu'U'nui ...V,1' I1" 5rs-t- o contained ih thisvast system 'of roads "' , Fmas. "ihhs .Dytttlctjhji TurftJ' nun tettleitgprtnffweatnDP . a Mil (MRS. MARY G.WESTt-AGE- D btj built- t! Eyalnhred Oyidn Irishman. n in if risisileCltliigadvisdl)nr iMlTtwy ""i""' Jutmrj ,Tuy Tn"-- f Breckinridge county is included in RESIDENT OF HAmJOCK-.-DEAPreaedbi'aiItor.v ''n-project No, 8. and Starts froin'lL6uis- - V ' -igftjtlPMs c(psa,blttothc seaken'sf WHefc1 cTsCcbUId this be true ex- - ville to Wickliffelvia WetPoiht-Tic .A nf ffl ceVitJ rtthe5 eland Uftihe freet and ithe, ? aiav'ttcdV sftelr;Jf I a ftargtiKprft-pWrtfoJHaVdinbJ,rg. Wm. Tbp.. 'Bra'ddinburg. . tjjf" tlf(CtfrUt'tmidii -- KJXcliange.ti hdme" of etfitiiuravci iHawcsvil liii Owensboroi "Henderson, day i v after ai'Tprniaugcdi'ill-- & 'Ucltcf($ruUiei1p!roSpeclcbiv4iimfltftbR ii ine ol ' i' hi 'Mar,on' Sndthlarul and neg morning fmm ,,n(Ufrfefyia,d Tt. cause(, ItsurJ tiacktlhtalvHy.r ctlc crop- not to SMOKE funeral was held SaturdayafternCbn, kuttfftrtrfghitJttilydormant period, ,S and the interment ltre SMOKE ROOM i?OK DEBATES CUT t Hawesville ccmetery.uk plaie in the tfifs In one of the "Chicago theatres the HOUSE IbF1A?E!RSrfffife,S tflrst" --' years GARB. Mrs. West was seventy-tw- o Qre4nyrfftygaiVttVigOroMtdclidAldi.lJe nfdnrtetotf iircd-d- f havifi'c the Wash, p;: v.vviG's gak3 old. anil a member of WriK-b- f the 'Old- boudoirf and lothor iretiriiig; UteaVldil rtfiEkalwjtf 4tttlV?iIyihould be IfttdinV-ith- e of irodllist'forb'hdjeB" littered "with i butts Washington. I'eb 24. The cut- - of est and most prorntnewt fhth hesliln l.crWfhptckoiTetialf lttiWlo-third- s .You are required bv law.' to .license vour. doe--s t familirs irt ttfeegVblfctlPBUdldcf ber remOvedrdHcW-tLoKri'MllintihiljUl- ih of xiigd'rdttes'lindi liavirfg the gentle Gen. PerslliiiR,! cdat and tVousers: was Hancock coiinty h u license your dogs are .xemnrea r 'lit !JHH9idUreU With drea'tire.coinodfrdini tlieiw with'--l a; r debated y in 'the' H6lisei-- ' He and and .it .is right that you should the protection 'had a other American armv1 officers' were kavietf itoPOTUft tsyAm?Jfid?rt1Tk't, iguilj"'4ook"0n: tlitir' faces.-haana jr. i that ui v .la lor the protection up- charged' by Representative' Connally fitS'trdregtH itftidywigwnrjiira reset wwe tsrriokirVg'Vooni ffitt'-edor the sheep .industry. em'aiieSpatrdllslof'-tJie'lliotis- b illevJI($fiaVJtiP"h virdtfr 40dptbvMJ"I'r !go there! (lexa) wttli havmgi"'aped; biircpean :ne slieep mautiir S ifep-H- 0 ' fashions fhnebplJli,eweIif6Yrted tihea(p'c liwr ftd'iIdangetarKr'snfoke'without'i'esiVaifit, 'lin their uniformfe1 and' in '- i u ' r. - . .l .1 nrailb$oH$eksi,Ado irtiirnbat tdrlrMlK Of.ibffBlldine i' '1 ' 'carrying cami.i'.i ii split up the vGen: more! sitra it dfaythe nsmlkrK tOs4bWhdrV .r Heisidedlatffsndjngn osmoke uu . - back, Pershing's coat is bdtitred like V TTJSV and his'trousers are fanchel. Hie doirgiiirliis,senout.vw, than rtieiv.'Tes uitieu viOi.c IVMVJiton mVstbd'iUIadtbr iitWflifwrn tl iWlllWXit anything to base the'statc-- j fthd English' uniform." safd Mr.lCort-1'itnll.Prices For This .Week rtlJ4tflrVto1itfiU'fbli,iitiMlcB5ospTaUltcxtrBt li'l Mr I'm it, I ' mVrt'i: out fc(SdftnBeneraU observation. i ' his Week Pri Vhfcriip,4ipitopfdb'snbd WilHbw:idsAli, landtthwutfstiwunyjioffpel-sotJstengtig'ed- , i.i'"He kept his American head," ReHens - - - - 22c stem presentative' Wirgo (Ark.) idtcrject'Ct IcfttiflgP tle invati lltnoK iwitiran 'rnl s'clJiitg;dgnttttfs;iitWould iaihplts'WMfiftbVsreofi'SettoiUlahji bvWtelws. ifiiafectb'iiaha'll&igethis statenmlU. Smnei ied,''btit'I'tod noticed thathiitaibwas Springers -- " - 'I vi iniihirt1iWgUfccsfec3ilIfldyttodiyeats ' ttfentdnclsfri!oke;eniany t dgawjttesSJn ua very''Engtish.'''' M " --: :gp;c MISS EFFIE WHITTLER .I fL CLERKS OFFICE d6bStyB differs CrtPirttillelifrflnyctlrst Hauie1Tliwaftt thoitoxcebliotittXottt of! ""MISS 'Cle'nIDeVnJIKy.n Kit CIHSW&SbQkSI'I difesthet fiVfier At peahipbYi(iYfflig,tIt!lfe (IrhrnT&ftycvfttivlitct isUerrtied thtn-hmRoosters - - GOES BACK TO x soi dreVieuirstastftl's cfcrOwWlu'isnmeautHi tlyiW lof o6,efwrd'tigJtiifeIrs16Hsv.vytiOj ggs - - - K FKiU,CKjETT rtrs:ti!?uth(SflglpnperrCtps'thols qb.ftles unwit r ifljxi rirewiiiMfricajei oi"a nene S. Sampl6,Kyti IILIijOIS FARr1'NCi ItftOfcll ti!S)U45!i tWarfirHf pVtfnirtyjicim, spodiijJst. under the care cf a ncr e i MISS'tiNPAYNE 'Cream - ---" - -- 53t I.ir3.,,fefe'NkETT Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smith, who oaillthterTMrd OfionntAc Tclttfb.T o4c C I iHov fliilicrtliwhdatf4cetbflndtlBn - spstiiieigirts maKe a snow ot smoKing; hive bech with Mr. Smith's tbanents. MISfeiJhftittAKylE J Ccaster,KyJ-Iwwnftif a cigoreiTOi' iney"iiK:"ii, Mr. "ffkOlC'HtJIclJS dndt.Mrs'.lJ.'.W. Smilif thiseeity, iMrvlb swxiWyiartdnilttiiftK, Uicfactethfey iddn'4,c fov sUiJimokkeg4ts A$ftvheftte R?.U6lPIN These Prices Corrected weekly MiAydisoW.uKs 7Lu.recled weoKfy H Conf?r'9, (K!yV ''' their 'since hisVctui1!! Yo civilian life, have Mes's'cht'ay Ifccachbgtibatlc aitisren)-Iqiftretfa- w vnfxell turn- A(kl'.sH,AlfolN ftliNMAiclhat'Ss tiUdst gone to Mdweaq'ua, IU.t'to reside!sif vdiii&e lXf iWiWiM tflit u1ii(fl(Jt arid fceatl in iecause'-thdby A iiMftRIKiyM NE6'MrGAiiDNER iliurdrhrfHWVenliVtlifldfftowt1shlViy t'dtSidu:ra(JiAg'dJiw ithink ' "Md'SniithMias. the 'safnerplaie that J. R. .SANOERS I l,-nE c t Three 'Earry air-n(- OitWndllesncitBrendwulhtjrviigvierfafritte ' 'v lltcasbctti AW rltiiiiillllntirfff)t3urtcltm Tlic finest pcactnhaT any man ever tntfit, pWMemrc ?rintr imc to otart. eKlMbHtciiiPthtdtrat tlwt)StitAKtwnfeectteatlmriilntbrfcring failed . hi wtllithcprivibus!'dano ..I...-.--i. .i.. I'.iiJ ... ff - rpnty - gtefl, i 'in f '! for milk.) hdrscsbiifelhcenidand'vswfrfc tare the outstanding fcaturamdf tfviot-ivn'nfi miTi. r 'TTixi.Vii.1."' vey of live stock,1onitfarnrs'nn4 ranigts W&,m.Ji ')KI lv?iKri of the United' StateVion fjahuanj-ci- , ' j Tl'c .?,.atf.road, "leasurc,k"ow" as as compared i witht'a year laRO,irmaie flip Sin. by the Bureau of Crop nEstimHtet llih SniitM..trwu Mitt United Statesi Ddpafimient' ttfmA'gft-cultur- e Hnday hy a vbtc of 3l to; p'rt-ncn- t i of Agri-Milc- h occomes a iaw. int uiu iirovi iur cows have increased about formuratingi bf a .state Wgh way the iystem of public roads leading from 27i,ooo head, dr 12 iperaenf; :thulis increased 4 l.ooo hcadrw rX8ider,,0'in; sleav tb county sedt .and clutlts sixty rprojcctSv The .projects "other" cattle (as crgr)ai;dd'abott) will covet 3.000' miles af acost of decreased loo.ooo iheadj Vrrt l.'rVupdr $2).0O0 per and be maintained by cent; horses' dccVcasedl lir.T.OO'o''' her4. i or 1.7 per cent? shcepl tfec're'asbd Qi1-00- 0 ,i the' Statei ! head, or R..1 petpcint;candls'VvIue with it Thb.tncasurc does not carry aiiy appropriation of money to liuild decrcsaed t,iV73,noo- I hexd; ftTd2.Qvipcr fcent. eid, cp "' per ,' (J roads? buti thi will come front virion's sources. It if. estimated thati$3,000)0() 'iThc estimated number of animals annually1 will tome' f roint a , tait 6n on farms ami rangofcMairtiarymi1 afowhiskey nov In bo;idedi warehouses ul, 109,000 liofses;.4,U05)0i)iTnulcb, milch cows, ''385,orio other 'in Kentucky. $2.10,000 may corrie from license oh race tracks. It is further cattle, 4S,(ni,000 shceM an"d''7a,9O0',0OO estimated that' $1,000,000 'will probably hogs. The total of all animals is whidh'is lOtiCttin'onhbad'OriiVt: be derived frohi litenses Idndndt'or fvchlclesLjindiSJBO.boOi from taxton ner cent, les's 'than a,(Velit?iagb.or 1 -- lrii. "' ' ?. at j AT ill Passes Senate mm J' VALUE OF FARM ANIMALS " DEdREAS'Efi THREEMACflCNT. OVER THAL-OTSTtVMAl- t , 1,& r LASH YEAR. A slight increase in the number oC milch cOWs and tnulos ahd nuuridrilfc decrease in thb numberbfi othdrreit-tl- c (calves, steers',' bMls, aiiditcwwsrubt ...-j- -- fc n((i hb 00 'inty-7M,oo- rt, "i' Bycf?-Americ- an. .- tgrawih-yilorfljprr'o'- '..... in.fr j ..,. -- ,n,i -- I D ra 0Wflr! . i L? ROOM-FOR-rADI- ES !,. ra.. '..,,:., i.i e j!tr'srirgV-o'Wth,spVdldont- '' cf toa fniit. ior -r 'to-da- s Z. f e M M? s Item M fs WA'SL'rE s -- 7'. $mm : -- ''' gutter $ R JaMng'inElTnois. r' 'lc 1c -- e - N'PWlWih'gtSnVKyNM-- 5frk.ne6iip'TON bbugsrAsftiftp3adt)i'sBfiLMlyhaidr FMli' RHODES RXCcOan'tels.CKy r, M. B(ewleyvilIe7KX J j.'ePiilLdooD J. Fi'shir.UKy.Z Mi.llii.uls. Kj' J. J. JULLI J.A.,l,HfeTZ rfcsftibJ,QQQD theparmyJlHe U'i9'HinaftBiiiIiiney.,coin lotsecn'isj he'had'ibeforb entering Phei!4tCbWJ:djrbhlrd:ieasaftrej;y atfWre tiris sfiiAtl. tlifetlt!otf'.obut ff thvber-- i is aivhssistantto" J.W.M: Widicklbn with his season as at inc iBistflriaslnb'kJn'gsbmill'tlteyf dontract a. his ifarmand Is' with hi " p'li-iUeA'clflpBt'lntb a platel''. farAtr njditiiiEusequeni pruning, uir 'fHliitg j nfindafb bilrnsltBseirtaffiwntft. saUft: Hkiblf, ttatU dlfferbntde el. p int fiMtlirintilfltrjaTflfe nalAfe al nfatteVlBfrifadt few men object nd!HW AeIl-pleksdd crnirt h. . HVjjJfERlLE Cloverport fovxSr'pWtl'iKy.Lr Ky OLT HOMdflfi, WjLE R. lI.0fhsiING RdleriUliSSiHIRite Glen Dcanr Ky. a. 1: ffiftRP toy fita trtbwte'iidtldH'iitfleailhtdrlertserfsleMf AHOtrS "HIND XEG. trtte nmlnollntbft interior surfaces of A HOG'S IliNn LEG main limbs. the Within the menfofy of men young Pruning ftteY Third Year. uratt enoattltntd! three thwlisfcW i fetflittrifor'tlie"lasttodlirfd.! JUh,t;i.,4iHjentililivtUel!litrhetl)fai?- - lPtinlfeoi(iefliioeattthemt-thenl'Wheli-- l !!fl htijo'tfotiaargreifs' tbtvfhttuidAHeepltrs - cVeyltht) hiocost df liviiigishot' 4ltleit6'M8"ce'nts;!and M1tey' werttealeo'iltisfefur'to pice 'odt, tfridcg'gs at lji'cehts A'ddzen; Nowi tfWiulret pjtvtldrferTlat- - naViiJttilsrWeroofvinterftsmokillffilfJ'tHe! iiuhkii"u PrAweiVrfte tdf Msoraondiiel('6'H; fifnUly .L'ntHitiharfoitliAiwetPanUufehevtWtaitgtth . t..t-.J... I i .U !wUVilye iWPofdWt" fdubrJ'du'tenttighWv 'u.1-'UUUpiUC'UIIU li.llln., t..n'.l ..Ill.m nlliuill 'liaoij-ilumi- B .ant, l -- Odnmwrcn& 'I'ib'artbie.n.istj 'gWwth idf tre8nnKKHii"aTeniy''ais-4iribtdoftHrAlghttuO(tttxpilBf dtlre Commerce .?: Fi:i,. nrr 'AWntbnwIrirf RHintlon warwtninuwtp aui' 1 -- 1 II j H. M. BEARD M UEArO AT A. T. BEARD BtMlIU T T. B. BEARD B. BEARD ht 1 I ldt " FARMERS AND DEALERS IN LIVE STOCK r'.RMES UNfl ByWSieacTMeYe AND HANDLERS OF OF AND HANDIEF., 0Ffi(f i" .;.F LeV T t TOBACCO ') mw $ ww?:! We iv. Hor-se- ""f "ifflffi. . - iff.- - NtJiwhols.-gfwae-xiityii- is aivestilftiKrwltethcr (weMhiHg wtWytftt ) on'tlte 'a.',cobk'edii ham, divided" - and'"dnelqu'arter! s.k tv WrW m- - mmm?. sms w & mvP mm, mmmmw; located n m:- - . new 100 .feet .from 'on .Main Street qf .Hardinsburg, 100 feet from .Courthouse, new I'ed-er.Court IToube, nf .Hardinsbiirtr, on Msi i runnings in qf door,.bricK walls up .for one story .bunding. All (nl .Hiffhwaj' taiunnjf " front ot door, bruk walls up for one. story building; All lltjfliw iv .nt material-oground to complete a two story.building, except roqfing and nlaster. Can uutinal en ground to c nilltte a two stor building; except rootingand plaster. Can surplus .be converted. into one story with very .few dollars more cost, and surplus material material very few dollars more cost, and be ..omerte'I into one this. we per cent, sold at a prqfit a-as material .has advanced.))) l- - per cent, since we .bought this. Dyx bouglit 3.; sold .it a prcitu - man rial has since partnership. up men's names oh file who .for selling .is to settle up a dartnership. AVe.have 0fl men's names on file who rcaVim for We have a to M'tt which we wHl.turn over to purchaser. want to rent .building ., In. n we.wi"'turn ocr to purchaser. .mt ti rem building' . -t v.- Fed-lAiuil- ea nl w,,v"" pouno'sys wuthvk: HndfsisaWcVmntdn working basis ii' valuation thif'a thing is'worth what othdr ydu fe'aii gettfor itJMOt, side.c tihatctt fis worth what1 yoiflare1 willirfg tto ipay td eiitl yobri hankering fori if. tWwhave mever is'eejmi'ln 'that fintcVesfiiiB 'part ol tlieMustHunl'idf I. t. w .. l,,T r ! .1 . ..wucru cuumci icus m ...'.. ...rfc!.. riC iNaturar'nisiory food a're 'temptingly displayed ai ham that apptarud td be' w6rth '$2.1 yet the mail" 'Whb sold the ham now itt issue s&vH' it was worth that much. m'dn who ate it appears' 'to ; and the ... ...Ml!'.. neun wuiuit; .1. pay tf.n. I..II. i nave i. io .!.. ?i mi mv. If a ham' cad be worth $14 tnaybe 'it J " ban be WOrth 25. Howhtiuld ai $2.1 ham be eaten? If it wereouVlbe fried, nothing Would .'uit itc butJ a silver" Skillet, nothing matet icdxcept the eggs of" golden pheasants. A cold cooked tpla1 nam, t such as1 the onti which threatens to be an iisite before the'CdUt-ts- ' ouuht td be eaten with mils- 'tard gWtvrt bn the south ''slope' 'of j made1 into a sandwich th'e J r, ,...i.:ii. ,L T. .. .....,i ..j.-- .I upper"anuiieiiuep'parib or'vviiitn aic thin sliedsidfthmbrosia cdrved' witlua knife'bP'rulies--. DowfittiMrginia, or wherever those Virgirtla'HiYiirst'Oome front. there 'may be a ttrobdnbld 'SOW Who isMeveli'ttow boasUfit"n'Weasured ' grunt6vthat"hr dti-thi . 1 cer-tain- lv r . of .c .ir.d .. naw. . of are sure .Wares forbe chigr. Wa bpr.ing. thev will no ler in tne snnnp . r 'j r r t t "irt tany f to us. Xf you "have sell, call or write us. e ii you Have i ".. to u . oi - have .in hr, i'i.. and .Maresbarns Sale. Horses for, our ' 150 Mules and a number .i a number Buy now. . W vt U I Respectfully, BEARD BROTHERS. ' ii.KiS. . iff Iff S iff Iff tW ,is.: fe Hi? lXur Mmp BELaTTat'i "If .i. gran'dsbfi'sillindrleB' "was tsord'on Broadway fc.ri'$25l It is pleas'i'ntno ;i,:iliA"v'ni( f.i, i ii vi.w. bring t)UdsMrrefintV:ii Suit v?ii tiL-r.i- ri-- 71 &mtM BMM8m m Mm -- aa. an'NiiiYj'Herald. d W tf x ho,s;hfl-' n' hfc 1 i i -3 Wc reserve the right to reject any and all .bids. We reserve the right :.. teect any and all bid" .furnished by Leslie or'by us. further information will.be furnished hy Leslie Pool or by us, '! he Pool FtirtlKi- Miloimatit n -- 41 tmrnm mm 'mmmm w A GUMTrF.r.'iAN A gentlematf Is a Than "higher up who is Uigi'Mfottgh td gradplrtf hahd ' '" of a who does not A geitt1e,man-is!,tfn'smoke your1 cigars 'atid tell 'others how l, he knew voub ffatherl when"-'-- , A Kentle1al',i, bile' who' believes r,n .titU?-ihfilrttil 'voi 'i guilty. A gentleman is one who shows as much courtesy 'to- his wife in public ''" as he doei in private. A gttltleittati'is 'one who excuses ccue-everyoacIbut himselfl1' gcntkiliJii Is1 line who does not .... tn nVrki'i nnliir'i Trpni'Kllheli Irene Loeb In man'-iowerwH.' . l ior at on .WiUibe op sale .u special reduced pprices ror ;11 be v.ile sjroi i.il i u ices the month of JVIarch only. Uu- inoiitli ur iVlaiut only. this sale and to your .It's rp vour .interest tto attend this sale nnd interest :itti.i tires. .lay in your season s supply of l.i1' m yoi r season s upplv t ' h-- k i - 11 , j 'nn W-.l- " 'arel'-riroVei- l - cEOT'i!ND- K t. A W Cnllnlt Vmit S1ii Donnlrlnni Yoiir STiue kipairuifj We &-JT- m YorV n. mnrittymtnmwmxkf oU. nm TOGS, CARTA I? fT f 111 LUlJlnVlLLlli AlTIOITIT F I THt ift!CJttiD01 foTtra0ot?,ncJ, Shiloh. Mr- K1WC. CLOVERPORT, KEMTtfpiCY LODIBURQ COUPLE MAR- RIED IN JEFFERSONVILLE, " MARCH I, IfiO ship" was given a prominent place "" A'lS.The Progress of a Bill Explained (Continued From Page 1) Cart was accompanied from Louisville, by her daughter, Mr. SMncycf and wo sonSf and Mr and Mrs. Floyd Cart. Remains Brought to His Old COL. WALTON, VETERAN Home in Union Star For . NEWSPAPER EDITOR OF Burial. BLUEGRASS, IS DEAD. Union Star, Ky, Mar. 1. (Special) Mr. Thomas Cart died Monday morning, Fcl. 23, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Annie ShefTmcycr in Louisville He with his wife had been widely-know- making their home there for the last few years. Mr Cart was 80 years old. His remains were brought here Wednesday and laid to rest in the Union Star cemetery, A short service was conducted at the grave by Rev. C H. Gentry. Surviving are his fidow, Mrs. May Mack Cart, one son, Floyd Cart, and one daughter, Mrs. SheiTnicycr; two ill WANTKIJ., YOUNG LADtKt AND YOUNG MEN I,KAKN TO WEAVE ON ANTOMATIC GOOD WAGES PAID LOOMS WHILE ' YOU ARK LEARNING IE YOU HAVE EAIR ABILITY CAN YOU EARN EXCEPTIONAL A WAGES AFTER EEW MONTHS TRAINING 1 Al'I'LY AT ONCE TO INDIANA COTTON MILLS CANNELTON, INI). w t Lexiiigton, Ky Feb. 20. William votes of those present and voting e vot(there must be at least n newsPulaski Walton, ing in the House at the tune), it is paper man and editor died last night. said to have "passed" in the House, He had been ill for some time, but and is then sent to theScnatc to be his death came rather suddenly. Colonel Walton for years conduct- voted upon. ed the' Stanford Interior Journal Taken to the Senate. which, under his direction became one The President of the Senate refers the most widely-rea- d influential of and Committee, where it is the bill country newspapers in the state. He discussedto ina.much the same manner was bora near Louisa Court House, Va., April 12, 1852, and came to Ken- it was in the House Committee, someor tucky in the early seventies as a times being amended in Committee, berailroad contractor on the Southern amendments being recommended If fore it is reported in railroad. He later purchased the Stan- the Committee reports the Senate., favorford Interior Journal and for twenty- - ably in the Senate, it is the billits first given five years personally conducted and) reading and placed in calendar. edited the paper, making it one of Upon another day it the given its is the best newspapers of its kind in second reading and placed in the orthe state. He then sold the paper and ders of the day. Upon its third 'readplant to his brother, E. C. Walton, ing, it may be voted upon by the who at present is the editor. Senate, and there arc usually those Twenty years ago Mr. Walton who are for and opposed to the bill came to Lexington and established who will speak for and against its the Democrat, a daily newspaper which continued in existence for al- passage If the majority of the Committee most two years. He later purchased favor and edited the Frankfort State Jour- and votingsaid to the passage of the have "passed" the nal, which he sold about ten years ago bill, it is its present owner, Graham Vrec-lan- Senate However, if any amendments to He had for several years been have been made after the bill passed aiding in publicity work for the Dem- the House, the bill must be sent back to the House ocratic state committee. His widow concurred in to have the amendments by the House. If the and three children survive. the bill The funeral will be held here at 3 House refuse to concur, Senate fails the again o'clock Friday with burial in the Lex- of passage unless and withdraw the vote upon the bill ington cemetery. amendments made in thc Senate. If thc House concurs in the amendments FREE BOOKS ON made in thc Senate, thc bill is signed CULTIVATION OF TOBACCO. by the Speaker of the House and by thc President of, thc Senate, and is of Clover-- j sent to the Governor for his signature. The Breckinridge-Ban- k pun or uic viovcrpon Loose jeai Tobacco Warehouse will send free for When It Becomes a Law. asking books and pamphlets on the Governor favors the passage care and preparation of tobacco seed of If the the bill, he will sign it. after which beds and thc cultivation of Burley it becomes a law. If thc Governor tobacco. The literature has been se- does not favor the passage of the bill cured from the e.xperinient station he can veto it. If the Governor docs at Lexington and contains very val- not care to sign the bill but docs not uable and instructive matter. object to its becoming a law. he may allow it to lie upon his table for ten SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS days, after which it becomes a law. Unless a bill contains an emergency clause, it does not become a law until ninety days after the adjournment of the Legislature. If it does contain an emergency clause, it becomes a law immediately upon the thc signature of the Governor Roy J. Cain. fifty-ond. which means it cannot Be voted upon again. It the bill receives a majority of the j MISS BEATTY SECURED AS 8TH GRADE TEACHER rate as did the Seventh Day Adven the church could not only have rafsed her $250,000,000 but $800,eOfl,KXJ The nhslof. lle. WSIH.ih Wnl. besides." Lodibdrg, Mar. l.(Spccial) Mr lace IlifTc, spoke at length on the fm- Next Sunday a Special service will Omcr Uarr and Miss Loral Keys sur portancc of the interchurch movement be held for the young people.at which prised their many friends by their and later pledge cards were distribut- the opportunities for Christian life ed in the congregation, Dr, IlifTc em- service will be shown by ur,. nine marriage which took place in phasized three points suggested by the in connection with the Wednesday, Feb. 25. They parable of the nounds. movement. First, he said, wC aire in the midst, were guests of relatives in Loui'svilte i me grcaicsi necci me worm lias ' until Sunday, ever seen. More people died in The bride is" the daughter of Mr. during February than in any Europe month Do You Bring In and Mrs. A. J. Keys, and' is one of during the war. "The committee which investigated 'the most popular young women of the neighborhood. The groom is the conditions in Europe," said Dr. fliffc, Produce? "has returned and reports that there sqn of Mr, and Mrs. Paris Barr, of arc 10.000.000 starving children there. Frymirc, and a successful farmer of .This committee nbw asks America for If you bring prtfduce to town, see $150,000,000 to meet the need. The that neighborhood. us for best market prices cash or purpose is to give one meal a day to brass, just as you wish. We are each starving child between the ages here to do business with you six of 4 and 10. All under 4 must die; all over 10 must shift for themselves." days in the week. The minister's third point was in rePRICES THJ.S WEEK gard to the nee,d of giving. The need (Subject to change) for giving, he said, was the greatest Sc Hens - v - - thd world had ever seen. "Twenty-fiv- e million Fryers - - - - 35c (Continued From Page 4) Protestant church members in America last year aec Ducks begins at once to work out his salva- gave all together $250,000,000 for - - 14c Geese tion. He bocomes dynamic. Christian- charitable purposes. If all these givers Turkeys - . - - 32c h ity cannot be regarded as a selfish re- had been tithers giving 25c Guineas ligion, for when one has found Christ of their income if the average wage there is an impulse not dnly to be as of American Christians had been but Roosters - - - - )6c group of the wage of the, lowest-paihe was but to do as he did. 37c Eggs "Wc lay much stress now on pro 'workers in America (which' are the 64c Cream waitresses in Alabama, who get 57 ductiveness It is a good word. The Had been appeal today to thc church is that she ,c.ent.s ? daW and." tlu.s To make your cows pay Get a church Primrose Separator. not only be a productive church. If I interpret thc new inpvement correctly ittmcans have contributed her $250,000,000, but that we shall lift up the waters of life $.100,000,000 besides. B. F. BEARD & CO. to bap,ir of 1chur?es same The second point made by nr America Ihffe. was America's wealth. We live' fhrt ttlirfet nt li ,. , thc wor(, ,as . More than of all the gold of thc world is in the banks of America," said the speaker. "If, all the gold m the banks of Japan, Portugal, Spain. Switzerland, France and Great Britiau were taken from the banks of America, we should still have more money left than we had in 1914. "Where does it come from? How did wc get it? Men became milljon-airc- s making shoes for thc boys who went to battle It was the same with khaki clothing. The Western farmers are riding around in automobiles because starving Europe will pay any price for wheat. "The unprecedented price of 25 cents a pound was paid for pork because Europe is starving. The coun try is so in need of fats that they must extract marrow from thc bones "How shall we serve Christ?" By, serving. great causes. The majority of people in the church ar.e waiting some spectacular thing, some great public enterprise, but the great task is right before you now. You arc the center from which the whole world is to be llooded with salvation." in. fiSBI-uSSr'SviSiJSrn.- I. '"" !.. JcfTcr-sonyTlI- c, 1 3fc -- Special Sermon On Stewardship j- one-tent- .... ----- i . d ,f I ridthfess. A t,.v,,,f.th ,prtesr I 111 .-. .....-1-- 1. three-fourt- NOTICE! i We have about 20 three year old I mules, and 50 mules from 4 to 12 years, also a number of mares and horses to sell. Come at once as we are in heed of room and will sell at a bargain., They're worth the money. I M -- I Miss Vialo Beatty, of Breckinridge county is filling out the unexpired Rev. Dr. Iliffe Emphasizes term of Miss Lillian Cart for the Need For Stewardship. eighth grade teacher in the Clover- -' Thc subject of "Christian Steward- port Public School Miss Beatty is a sister of Muriel Beatty, owner of a pool room here, dp and has had four years experience in rural sciiool work. - Beard Brothers i They cculdift lb hwlk now for twjce7LPOP When the talk turns from politics to railroads, and the traveler with the cocksure air breaks in with, "There's an awful lot of 'water' in the railroads," here are some hard-pa- n facts to give him: FOUR YEAR OLD SON OF MR. AND MRS. O. W. DOWELL DIES OF PNEUMONIA. Stephensport, Mar. 1. (Special) Otis Walton Dowell. little four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell, died Monday morning at 7:15 o'clock, after a brief illness of pneumonia, following flu. N6 arrangements for funeral services have yet been made. frWi'r CV (L 1 i -- GROW TOMATOES . 3 'J j MERRIOTT RESIGNS AS BECKHAM'S SECRETARY. Mer-riot- , American railroads have cost $80,900 a mile roadbed, structures, stations, yards, terminals, freight and passenger trains everything from the great city terminals to the last spike. A good concrete-and-aspha- lt highway costs $36,000 a mile just a bare road, not counting the cost of culverts, bridges, etc. t, Washington. Feb. 2(i. W. H. of Elizabethtown, Ky., tendered his resignation as secretary to Senator Beckham today and will return to Elizabethtown to resume his former position as editor of thc Elizabeth-tow- n News. He will be succeeded as Senator Beckham's secretary by Miss Genevieve Herndon, Frankfort, who will be one of thc few women holding positions as senatorial secretaries. 1019 4 SUGAR EXPORTS INCREASED DESPITE SHORTAGE j Our railroads couldn't be duplicated day for $150,000 a rnile. to- They are capitalized for only $71,000 a mile-m- uch less than their actual value. Seventy-on- e thousand dollars today will buy one locomotive. English railways are capitalized at $274,000 a mile; the French at $155,000; German $132,000; even in Canada (still in pioneer development) they are capitalized at $67,000 a mile. The average for all foreign countries is $100,000. Low capitalization and high operating efficiency have enabled American Railroads to pay the highest wages while charging the lowest rates. Washington, Feb. 24. Although mere were general compiauus or a .sugar shortage in this country last year, exports of the commodity during that time exceeded those of the year before by more than one billion pounds, according to Department of Commerce records. Exports reached a total of 1,475,407,- 078 pounds, compared with l07,'il)6,:i.4 pounds the year before. I IMPORTANT PERSONAGE VISIT CLOVERPORT. better known to the as "King Miller,") all around tobacco Brothers and his chauffeur, GeorgeBcard made a busi-- 1 ness trip to Cloverport, last Friday. They came down over thc Dixie Highway. MISS HICKS IN LOUISVILLE PURCHASING MILLINERY Miss Evelyn Hicks, milliner, left Tuesday morning for Louisville, where she will spend several days giving her personal attention to the selection of models of ready trimmed hats for Spring and early Summer, which she will later have on display in her shop in this city. We are still taking contracts for tomatoes to be delivered at Cloverport at $16 a ton. See Herbert Powers, solicitor or WJ3 Hi John W Miller, tobacco industry chief buyer and man for Beard call J G. H. " Harris' ' J h V feed store. V i ffH x. Qfiis ' i Sbsociation ofiSlailway Gxecutives Tliott dnirinf information coneernlnf the railnaJ situation may obtain liltraturt by writing to The A inflation of Railway Exetutivet, 61 Broadway , New York advertisement is published by the AN EARLY MIGRANT First Bird Didn't you conic north V unusually soon? Yes, I heard nests Second Bird are going to be awfully scarce. NO FEAR "Why the earmu(I's?" "Might as well wear 'em there's no danger of anybody asking me. to have something and my not hearing it these days!" Cartoons Magazine. 0WENSB0R0 PRODUCTS CO. A. F. POWERS, Field Manager; Cumberland Phone 68' 'KENTUCKY HAWESVILLE, , ' trLfinj--jiwr 1 n- -g .. .uju . -- - ri-i-Ti- nr-iinnr . irrm.nmuuuu.jf . i WIHW1 jtoA