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XLIV HIGH-WA- Y Pages No.- - 41 TRANSPORT LINES TO MRS. WITT TO BE BURIED HERE Died in Cincinnati, Monday A. M. at Mrs. McCracken's Home, 90 Years Old. The remains of Mrs. William Witt will arrive in Cloverport Wednesday morning on the 10:40 o'clock train and will be taken to the Baptist church where a short funeral service will be held followed by the interment in the Cloverport cemetery. Mrs. Witt passed away Monday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Shelby McCrackcn, in Cincinnati. She was 00 years old, and a native of Breckinridge county, having lived many years in Cloverport. Surviving are four children: Mrs. r, Shelby McCrackcn and Mrs. of Cincinnati, Mrs. Nannie Roth and James Witt, of Ludlow. , Way-meye- This WEEK DESIGNATED TO SAVE MONEY ON MEAT The Department of Justice sets this week beginning April 5, as "Save Money in Meat Week" in Kentucky and thirteen other States. During this week an effort will be made to reduce materially the prices of the cuts of beet, pork and lamb now in heavy de- mand by showing consumers the advantage of turning to those equally nutritious but which cost much less. $1,000 DUE CITY FROM BACK TAXES COUNCIL DEFERS ACTION ON WATER- RUN INTO C'PORT FROM LOUISVILLE Jloyerport To Be Terminal Of Union Transportation Lines. For Hauling Freight Over Highway. The Union Transportation Lines of COUSINS COME TO WORKS AND ROAD PROPOSITIONS Mayor Barry is Ordered To Issue Proclamation For Cleanup Day. City Tax Collect or To Publish Names of Deli-queTax Payers. Called Meeting, Thursday. nt gV BLOWS ON TRAIN Ernest Luc and Walker Logs-doEngage in Fight on "Texas" No. 143, Monday. n Cloverport is to have a new moving ed something like $1,000 due the taxes. City I picture show opened on Saturday, city from back was ordered Tax ColChapin to adverMay 1st, in the ''same place of the lector tise ACCEPTS POSITION IN GA. LaFayettc Skydome. The property of were and sell all real estate if the taxes not paid. the Skydome was purchased a few Picture shows, soft drinks and poolWin. Wrqc, a machinist of the L. days ago by Mr. J. F. Beavin, a mer- room establishments were looked after H & St. L. Ji. R. shops resigned his WOMANLESS WEDDING TO chant of the West End, from Julian by a new ordinance which repealed position last week" and left Sunday BE PRESENTED APRIL 30TH. ti, urown, ana the tormcr lias sold the ordinance now in force and took j out for Fitzgerald, Ga., where he accepts his store to go into the picture up the old ordinance which makes the a similar place in the A. B. & A. R. R. The Magazine Club of Hardins- show business proper. license run $1 to $2 shops. He has been with the local burg will solemnize another one of Before May 1st, Mr Beavin will payable before openingfor each show the doors, AH shops for nine years. their famous Womanless Weddings, buy a new moving picture machine back licenses will be collected. Cream affair under run by an electric motor, and he will stations were assessed a fee of $25, this time a black-fac- e the auspices of the Magazine Club, have a contract with one of the lcad-- t and poultry and egg produce houses ing film distributors of the country to must pay $100 license. of Hardinsburg. Sundrv centlcinen have nromised furnish him witli the newest and best Mayor to Order Clean-U- p Day. their time and talents to aid the ladies pictures. A communication from the State ' of this club to meet their pledge to In the late summer or fall Mr. Fire Marshall was read urging the the Good Roads fund and the club Beavin intends building a Mayor to have general clean-u- p hopes the entire citizenship of the moving picture show house on the Mayor Barry was a ordered to issue a community will honor the occasion j Skydome lot. The building will be proclamation and ordcr a general Miss Martha Reid Awakens to with its presence and help the Good uiuicr tontreic or utick anil will DC day in Cloverport. City Marbuilt on the modern plans for movie clean-u- p Find Burglar Beside Bed. Roads cause. shall Pate was instructed to enforce houses. the ordinance of throwing or burning Takes Watch and Purse. MARGUARITE CLARK IN old waste paper on the streets. J. 'Burdette, Life Long Re- "MRS. WIGGS OF THE An application for two new street CABBAGE PATCH." idene of This County Died at Awakening to see a man standing tights on the Hill was made and rebeside her bed, Miss Martha Reid, ferred to the street committee. A new .His Home Near Hites Run Friday night, April 9th. the Parent-Teachstudent nurse at the Jewish Hospital contract with the Cloverport Electric Association of Hardinsburg, screamed aloud about midnight last Light and Ice Co., was ordered to Mr. Samuel Jolly Burdette passed night. The intruder slapped her in will put on another "movie" at the be made. Epnto his eternal reward at 4 o'clock City Hall Marguerite Clark in Mrs. the face with his open hand and fled Important Questions Deferred. Saturday morning, April 3, 1920, at out a back door, taking with him $7 Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch". As Farmers of Breckinridge Will The report of Mr. Gillig on the was his home in Hites Run. His death in a purse belonging to Miss Leah almost everyone knows the story we Hold Important Meeting in water-worproposition was read and L'due to a complication of diseases. Bloch, a nurse, who slept in the same just tell you it will be in Hardinsdeferred for futher discussion at a callIf Mr. Burdette was born Dec. 23, H'burg, April 10. The funeral was held Sunday after- bed with Miss Reid, and a wrist burg, Friday night and Be Sure and 4848. and alwavs lived in Breckin i ed meeting of the council on Thursday which Miss Laura Hoosier, an- Come. home and at at 2 evening, April 8. ridge county. He was married Nov. noonremains o'clock laid the rest in the watch student nurse, had left in the to were other the Farmers have a right to the cost of A petition was presented asking the f,12. 1374 to Miss barali bmitn, daugh church burying ground. room. MRS. R. B. COX'S SISTER production. Only about twice in the council to pass an ordinance Compellof the late Mr. and Mrs. James Hearing the screams Miss Clara The following brothers and sisters DIES IN ST. LOUIS. LIVED past forty years has the price of ing property holders rijmith. To this union were born three survive: Gid Burdette, of Cloverport, Fisher, superintendent of nurses, the depot TO BE 76 YEARS OLD. farm products brought the cost of to Whitehead's cornerfromlay asphalt to r children. Miss Louella Burdette, who W. R. Burdette, of Hites Run, J. T. whose room in the hospital is directly production. Take away from the farm- on the Federal highway exrhved with her father until his death, and R. C. Burdette, of Owensboro, above that of Misses Reid and Bloch, Union Star, Ky April 3. (Special) ers of Kentucky the money made in pense. The petition was at their as rejected IZack Burdette. of Rockport, Ind.; and Mrs. Bettie Arington, of Paducah, ran to the front window and then to Mrs R. B. Cox, of this place re- the rise of farm lands and they have some of the signers were not property, fMts James Sahlie, of Cloverport. Mesdames Annie Huff and Larell the back, where she saw a unan ceived word of the death of her sister, i holders, and a committee was appointMr Burdette became a christian and Crabtree, of Owensboro, and a grand- crouching in the yard. She fired three Mrs. Sarah E. West, of St. Louis. worked for nothing. Organization on of the' ed to go and see every person livinited With the Hites Run church in son, Jack Morris 'Burdette. shots from a revolver at the figure, Mo. Mrs. West died March 7th, at farmer will establishthe .part the business of 1870. where he remained a faithful none of which reached the mark. 3:30 p. m. Before her marriage to farming and assure the cost of pro- ing along the highway and report at the called meeting Thursday night Kmember. The community has lost a DATE OF FISCAL The man then fled. Wm. West she was Miss Sarah Rob- duction. We blieve the farmer has the The City Council will have to pay for truly good citizen as he was liked Investigation proved that the same right to returns on the capital the crossing which will cost about COURT CHANGED. had entered a side living room thief ertson. She was 70 years of age. IT by every one and will be greatly miss- winHer remains were brought to Louis- invested as has a bank or factory. ,edj- He was perfectly resigned to .1 dow and probably unlatched the back ville and interred in the St. Louis We Ijelieve the farmer has the same $1.200. God's will and often expressed his The regulor term of Fiscal Court door where he made his escape be- cemetery the following day. She right to a decent wage for his labor ands of farmers have joined hands for readiness to depart this life and be for Breckinridge County, will convene fore he ransacked the nurses room. leaves one daughter, Mrs. Millie But- as the same service would bring in a united, effort which has K1 with Christ which is far better. He at Hardinsburg, Monday, April 12, inA search of the neighborhood by ler, of St. Louis and one sister. Mrs. the factory. produced results far beyond their exbore his suffering patiently and hero stead as heretafore on the first Tues- the police failed to reveal a trace of ' R. B. Cox, of this place. As is thoroughly understood the pectation. day. ically; fre burglar. Louisville Times. fundamental plan of the Farm Bureau This organization needs you. The 82 GUESTS INVITED TO movement is not a selfish one. Its Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION plans are based solely on justice and and the Breckinridge County Farm right to every man, farmers as well as Bureau Need your support. A meetMrs. James Gillians, of Reynold's all others. This plan is not based on ing of the Breckinridge County Farm Station, was hostess on Thursday to a dream, or a vision, or an impractical Bureau will be held in the Court a birthday celebration for her mother, untried substance, but on actual re- house at Hardinsburg, Ky at 1 p. m. Mrs. Caroline Ryan, it being her sults as secured in other states, notab- Saturday, April 10th, 1920. You will eighty-secon- d birthday. Including all ly, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, be given an opportunity at this time of the family and relatives there were Ohio, and a number of others. The to join hands with all the farmers of eighty-tw- o guests who joined with success of the movement is assured. ( Kentucky and other States in perfectMrs. Ryan in partaking of the sump-tou- s The size of the organization in Ken- ing an organization so strong that dinner prepared in her honor. tucky, the amount of money neces- they will receive justice. Will you QUARTERLY STATEMENT OF Mrs. Hettie Beavin, of Cloverport, sary and available, and the scope of join us as a County among the leadwas one of the out of town guests. the work which can be accomplished ers, or will you be listed as one of are evident when it is realized that the apathetic farmthese plans have been tried out in ers of the State AT ONE TIME LIVED HERE. progressive states named, where thous- Breck. Co. Farm Bureau. Mrs. Rose Holt Luckett, formerly Hardinsburg, Kentucky of Owensboro, but for twenty years ! a resident of New York, is now working with the Hoover National RepubAt the Close of Business March 31, 1920 lican club, whose headquarters are at the Hotel Vanderbilt. This club is undertaking to bring about the nom- Transport Line into loveroort. connect The Line is f Glot'ernort andproposed to with a Louisville Ifleet, of motor trucks. The Union Lines are now giving daily service in iffd out of the Bloomficld and Bards- lown territories and a fleet of their (trucks is also running into Shelby- irillc. They took over the Cotton Motor Line, which for the past two years, has been running from Louis ville' to Bardstown. 1 hey also bought but the Stansbury Truck Line which ias been serving the Bloomficld and Fairfield territories. They have also recently absorbed the Webb Transfer ILinc which has been in successful Lboeration over the highways for the ipast four years between Louisville nd ihelbyvillc. Tf ie titirlnfe tnnA liti" cnrwtrA lma been very dependable and their pro- -' !tosed service into the Cloverport ter-- l tTiiory snouiu uc oi grcai vmuc iu an shippers. Iigh-Ways suisville, a company engaged in the feiness of li an line freight over the tishwaVs. announce in a letter to ihe News that they plan to open a )l HIS "ARCH OF ACHILLES" INJURED BY FALLING TIMBER Mr. Joe Fitch, carpenter of the L. H. & St. L. R. R. shops, who after being off since Feb, 3rd, returned to his work last Friday and had only been working two hours when a piece of timber fell on his foot and injured his so that he had to be granted another leave. The timber hit him on the "Arch of Achilles" of his left foot. Mr. Fitch has had to be off owing to his health, and he hopes to be able to return to his work very soon. FilN A IK I HrjA I IlK iEATHISDUETO COMPLICATIONS The L. II. & St! L. train No. 143 arrived in Cloverp.ort, Monday evening over an hour late due to a brief combat between two cousins who boarded the smoking car at Irvington. The fight occurred after the train pulled kout from Irvington, and the timely arrival of the Railroad Detective C. T. Nicholas averted a serious N tradgedy. The men engaged in the brief fight were Ernest Lue, of Webster, and Walker Logsdon, of Lodiburg. Walk- -' er knocked Lut between the seats and was carving him with a knife when the later drew a revolver and fired. The bullet struck the end of the car and rebounded. Many passengers fell to the floor while others made a stampede to the door. At the firing of the pistol Detective Nicholas rushed in separated the two men and prevented a second shot The men were placed under arrest. Lue was cut about the head and abdomen and was allowed to .leave the train at Webster, Logsdon was put off the train at his home in Lodiburg. Mr." William Head, who was a passenger in the smoking car, got off .at his home in Lodiburg and fainted on ' the platform. The train pull- ed out from the station a little piece and then backed in and the trainmen made further investigations of Mr. Head's condition to see whether or not he had been injured. He is subject to heart trouble and the excitement caused him to faint. Lue and LoKsdon will be arrainged at Hardinsburg for trial. TO BEGIN MAY 1ST . tf? session, Monday night, and after read- tje minutes of the ,ast mccting took up ,1,c usual ordcr Reports of tIlc City Trcasurcr show. cd only a little over 51,000 on hand which is not any more than enough to pay off funds granted to the Federal Highway by the old council. The Finance committee made a reshow- J. F. Beavin Sells Out Store To Enter Picture Show Business Will Build New House. port stating that the tax books BURGLAR ENTERS NURSES' ROOM I fire-pro- TO PERFECT FARM er ORGANIZATION ks ter r - Farmers Bank & Trust Company I. V 1 RESOURCES $448,122.11 7,650.00 6,000.00 4,550.15 69,712.23 $536,034.59 Loans and Discounts -- -" Bonds - - - ( Banking House and Lot Other Assets Cash and Due from Banks -- ination of Herbert Hoover for president by the Republican party. Mrs. Luckett while working in the Amer-ic- n army hospitals- in France became a great admirer of Mr. Hoover. Owensboro Messenger. - Investor We can sell you high class, First Mortgage Real Estate Bonds, that will pay you 0 per cent. Interest on your investment, payable These loans are made on strictly high grade real estate, at no time exceeding CO per cent, of a conservative appraised value. Semi-An-nuall- y. SHELBY HARDIN SELLS OUT Shelby Hardin, (colored), who has owned a cleaning and pressing establishment in this city for several years, sold out his business to Mr. Austin Beavin and Mr. Earl Hobbs. The latter has taken charge of the business. TAKING A BUSINESS COURSE Miss Louise Taylor, of Hardinsburg, a former school teacher, left last week for Louisville, tp enter Bryant & Strattons Business College, where she will take a business course prepatory to accepting a position. I , LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profit ' "'- -. DEPOSITS - - -;. -- ' - yr' '. -- ---- . . -- $ 40,000.00 15,599.34 480,435.25 $536,034.59 ' !;' :": OIL STRUCK IN NEWMAN OIL COMPANY'S THIRD WELL We attribute to our many good customers and friends the showing our Bank has made. On our efficient management and personal service we solicit your patronage. ZENO HENDRICK, Cashier The Newman Oil and Gas Com- rpany, of Hawesville, has struck oil for the third time. The drilling of the third well near Pellville has reached 020 ft. or more and through oil has been struck it is not in sufficient quantity to satisfy the owners and drillers. The Company's other two wells are small producers, the second puinping at the rate of twelve barrels a day. We also offer you the highest class service in any class of banking, if interested will be glad to hear from you. "Ihi Ptrtonil LINCOLN Bank" SAVINGS BANK TRUST CO. Loulivllli, Kutucky CAPITAL, SHIPPED 110 FINE HOGS. SURPLUS, $500,000.00 $100,000.00 . - THrz- - Mr. James England, of Tobinsport, shipped a fine bunch of hogs to Louisville, last Tliesd.iv. Thrrr wrri jj 110 head altogether. Building owned by Bank. - W iM)tf I jiiirtflrlt, frnHln ' VJBft... M ffijtftfr JM m Hi-- - -- "sa-a-r --- PAGE S THE BRECKINRIDGE NKWS, CLOVERPORT, JCEKTUCKY mother, Mrs. Mollie Moorman. His sister, Miss Myrtle, returned with them and remained until after Easter. Argus Armes and Fielding Clark-so- n have returned from Louisville. Mrs. Sue Miller received a letter from her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Miller, saying they had returned to Cleveland, O., after spending the winter , in Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. C. B. Witt will return this week from a ten days visit with her father, Jacob Vogt, and sisters, Misses Lillian and Estell Vogt, Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bridgcwater, of Mayfield, arc the guests of his parents, Mr and Mrs. A. J. Bridgcwater. Miss Leah Meador is visiting her sister, Mr. T. C. Williams, West Point. B. S. Clarkson was here Thursday and Friday of last week. He and Mrs. Clarkson returned from Florida the 27. They arc at the Puritan, LouisMrs. Minor Pierce and little ' Mrs. Jake Miller and daughter, Miss neohew. of Hollowav. O.. are visiting Varaa, left last week for Indianapolis, her narents. Mr. and Mrs. Tames . where they will visit relatives, Mrs. Enterkine, of East St. Louis, Stillwell. Mrs. B. F. Blaine was the guest of III., was called here last week on ac- relatives and friends in Cloverport, count of the illness of her brother, Everett Dowell, who is , improving last week. Mrs. u. k.. rerguson and little slowly. daughter. Virginia, returned Wednes Mrs. A. B. Crawford was the guest day from Owensboro, where they of Mrs. Wm. Pumphrey, Cloverport, were guests of her sister, Mrs. S. M. Saturday. Vernon. C. W. Pendleton, of Hampton, Va., C. A. Tinius was in Louisville, the is the guest of his parents, Mr. and week. first part of last Mrs. W. B. Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hanks are Mr. and Mrs. visiting relatives at Cloverport and daughter, Miss C. H. Bowlds and Thelma, and Mr. Rockport, Ind., this week. Berry were Sunday guests of relatives Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sago and child- at Cloverport. ren, were guests of Mr. Sago's broHardinsburg, was in L. ther, Ed Sago and Mrs. Sago, last town D. Fox, last Tuesday. week. Dr. O. E. Ferguson is giving his Miss Hazel Koch, of Tell City, spent house a fresh coat of paint. Easter with Miss Julia Ploch. Mesdames Joe D. Moorman and Mrs. E. E. rrenCll. Of LOUISVllle, 'Walter ftntiortcnn n( Hlpn are is the guest of her parents, Mr. and guests of their parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Mrs. Ed Ramsey. Sam H. Dix. Mrs. Eugene Conner was the guest Joe D. Moorman spent Sunday with of Mrs. S. W. Davis, at Mystic, Wed- - Mrs. Moorman at the home of her ncsday. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dix. both I I APULT, returning to Glen Dean, Sunday' even- - U NEWS FROM THE COUNTY HARDINSBURG J. T. Hobcn has returned from where he spent several days. Dr. Stanley, of Falls of Rough, was here Tuesday. Mrs. Ken Rhodes and children, of Owensboro, arrived Thursday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Kinchcloe and daughter, Miss Clara Belle, have returned after a short visit witr their son, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond KinchcLouisville, ing. The farmers of this place are very; Mrs. Wm. Dowell and daughter, busy. Miss Ruby, of Union Star, were Little Walter Compton, of Cloverguests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell, port, is the guest of his uncle, R. T, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mattingly spent Miss. Dora Allen and brother, Sunday in Cloverport. Ernest, were the guests of Mrs. TurnMrs. Willie Basham and children, er Wilson, one night last week. , of New Bethel, visited relatives here Mrs. Wave Harper is ill at this last week. H Bowlds was in Louisville, Murray Robinson and Turner Willast week. son were in Irvington, Friday, on W. D. Rawlings is at Mook this business. week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marr and little Mrs. Olivia Lay, who spent the son, were the guests of their uncle, winter with her son, James H. Lay, Mr. G. P. Carman, Saturday and Sunand Mrs. Lay, at their home in New day. Albany, Ind, returned here WednesMrs. J. P. Robinson, who has been day accompanied by Mr. Lay, who will visit a few days before returning. visiting relatives here returned to her 111. A birthday party was given Miss home in Kansas, C. GERMANTOWK HMMaMM Wilson. writing. loe, of Louisville. W. C. Moorman spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Louisville, on business. Missc3 Mary and Margaret Shccran ville. Mr and Mrs. J. L. Morris spent spent several days last week in Louisseveral days last week in Louisville. ville, shopping. H. Meyer, Vine Grove, has sold his Peyton Scott has returned to Owensboro. after a short visit with stock of merchandise. It has not been learned where he expects to go. Mr. Mr and Mrs. W. N. Pate. Colemdu Uaswell, of Louisville, vis- Meyer was here for a number of ited his father, John P. Haswcll, Fri- years. Herman Witt, after a two weeks day. Mrs. Maud Neuling after spending visit with his brothers, has returned ten days in Cincinnati, O., has return- to Louisville. R. T. Temple, Hawesville, after a ed accompanied by her sister, Miss month's stay working insurance, left Ada Mattingly, of Ft. Thomas. Garrett Vissels and G. J. Manning, last week. Protracted service begun at the of Rhodclia, were here Wednesday Methodist church Sunday evening. Thursday on business. and Misses Bess and Judith Watlington, Rev. Allen will be assisted by Rev. atIna Glasscock and Alma Cardcn were Hardin. All cordially invited to tend. the guests of Miss Nora McCoy, of Mr. and Mrs. John Rothlersberger Harncd, Saturday Mrs. Z. C. Hcndrick, who spent spent last week with her brother, Mr. several days in Louisville, has re- Tom Durbin and Mrs. Durbin. Miss Myrtle Moorman returned turned. Magazine Club, Friday afternoon at Wednesday from Louisville. Louisville, Schuvler Martin went to Mrs. T. J Hook was hostess to the to secure a position. her home on Third street. Miss Mable Trent returned to Vine Mrs. Lee Walls and daughter, Miss Linnie Walls, of Louisville, who spent Grove, Tuesday after a visit to Miss Georgia Wilson, Corners. here have returned. the week-en- d Mrs. Jim Norris entertained at dinMrs. Walter Henninger, a trained after ner Saturday and quilting in the afternurse of Louisville, has returned spending several weeks with Master noon and rook party in evening for her daughters. Mrs Adolf Kaelin and Win. Hess, who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. C. Vic Robertson have Miss Ruby Norris. All reported a returned after spending several days fine time and a lovely dinner. in Louisville. Joe Le spent Faster in Louisville, BEWLEYVILLE the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Joe Bandy has a new Chevrolet. Edd. Lex. Mesdames E. P. Hardaway, Guy Mr. and Mrs E. Mc Davis and son, Bandy and James Wilson, who have Thomas, have moved to Louisville, Knnll Xllltn Ctrt fl fj t vj14 Liiii ijvuit. Jivrit v 1 v. 5uu t rPHrtTr where they will make their home. Chamliliss, of Springfield, as improving Mrs. Paul Compton spent last week Mrs. Ella O., is visiting Mrs. Mary Chambliss. with her daughter, Mrs. Guy Bandy. H. M Beard returned Friday from Mrs. G. O. Blandford and children, a business trip from Grayson and Edwin, Bettie Blandford, nn. ' Mary Ann Morgan, Saturday evening Too much sleep is almost as inat her home. Music and games were enjoyed later in the evening refresh- jurious as not getting quite enough, says the United States Public Health ments were served. Service. The ' average adult should sleep eight hours in every twenty-fouSUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS r. I . ' Ohio county ' move. Mr. and Mrs R. B. Hardaway left Monday for Lorhville, Iowa, where they will reside. They w'ill be greatly' BIG SPRING missed in this community, but we wish new home. Mr and Mrs. Raymond. Moorman them success in their is. again heard anvil and daughter, Miss Mollte Ditto, spent in The song of the Bewlcyvillc with Mr Moorman's the week-en- d Miss Nannie Fouchee and granddaughter, EJouine Hilf, of Ekron, guests of Mrs. Gilbert were week-en- d Kasey Miss Nina Mae Kasey is visiting Mrs. Cambridge, New Madrid, Ind., came Fridliy to visit her mother, Mrs. Julia Payne. Dr A L. Kincheloe and Mrs. and daughter, of Stanley, were the Sunday guests of his parents, Dr. A. M. Kincheloe and Mrs. Kincheloe. Kin-chel- Stuart and are visiting relatives in Owensboro. We are glad to see the autos passing It looks like spring is nearing Griffin Hardaway, of Lohrville, Iowa, came in to help his parents j l PRODUCE We always pay highest WANTED mar- ket prices for produce and cream. Get our prices first PRICES THIS WEEK (Subject to change) 29c Hens - 25c Fryers 38c Butter 18c Ducks - 28c Turkeys - 25c Guineas - 14c Roosters Eggs 33c 63c Cream ------ relatives in Ekron. The M. E church at this place sent a case of eggs to the Methodist orphans home in Louisville. Miss Wilda Triplett, of Louisville, is spending a few days with her par' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Triplett Miss Bertha Foote after spending the winter in Brandenburg, with her sister, Mrs. John Bircher, has return ed home. y Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffner & Marx jp STEPHENSPORT H. A Basham, of Mystic, was in town, Thursday Freddie Dieckman, of Lodiburg, visited his cousin, Clovis Morgan, last week. Miss Myra Rollins was the week end guest of friends at Webster. Mrs. L. C Bnnley was in Cloverport last Monday. P H Canary was in Louisville, and Uneroort. last week. Congratulations are being received by Mr and Mrs. Kirb Nelson on the arrival of a little son. It's a sure thing at Anderson's s Stop and think what that means ; you can't possibly make a mistake no matter what you buy here. You get what you feel is good value for your money or you get your nionev back. I B. F. BEARD & CO. i Ready with spring suits from i a V Hart Schaffner & Marx I o TPHE new models in coats are longer, more slender. d, high-cheste- d, snug-shoulder- ed N with the square notched lapels, in double breasted types; slender,' single breasted types. In all these great simplicity of design is the ruling note. New colors and weaves. Young men's lively styles. Broad-shouldere- K. Your progress, your success, is measured by what you have accomplished, by what you have. The community progress, community success, is measured by the spirit and accomplishments of its indivilual members. We will back you to the limit of sound banking sense in any plan looking to your greater production, which means the community good. t New things in shirts Many new patterns and fabrics for spring.' You ought to see them. They're good values. Spring neckwear The spring colorings certainly show in the new neckwear we have here; all styles, all shades. t v ." (, A S. W. ANDERSON COMPANY' Incorporated , , The home of Hart Schaffner cs & Marx clothes KENTUCKY PJlOcJ OWENSBORO, ji . T 71 I i, t - s A- - sKr'-- - 7 APRIL 7, 1820 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS .CLOVEtfPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE 3 i' S. r ii rx R. J " IF ft. Mr. Junie E. Noble, of Louisville, Mr and Mrs. AIHe Gilbert spent BODIES OF 100 SOLDIERS TO TWENTY PERSONS PRAY AND Easter in Cannclton, the guests of spent the week-en- d with Mr and Mrs. BE SHIPPED THIS WEEK TORNADO JUMPS OVER HOME Mrs. Scott Cart, of Shiloh, called on relatives. M. Rhodes. J Mrs. J. G. Hcslcr and Mrs. M. J. Geo, Hester, of Amnions, called on Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Rhodes and son, Brest, March 31. first body of Crosson, Saturday. Ft. Wayne, Ind, March 31 TwenMr. and Mrs. J. G. Hosier, Sunday E E Rhodes were in Brandenburg, an American soldjci who died in ty persons were gathered at the Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hayncs and afternoon. Wednesday France was exhumed from French country home of Charles Smith, a daughter, Miss Elizabeth Ellen, spent Mr H H Norton shipped a car soil here yesterday at the Pontanczcn farmer living near Monrocvillc, when Saturday night and Sunday with her IRVINGTON load of stock Monday, Camp Cemetery The graves officials a tornado swept over that region Sunparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cart. Mr W. S. Stiles and Mr. J. M. will have 100 bodies ready for ship- day afternoon, destroying almost Mrs. E. Mack Davis, Hardinsburg, ill odes arc shipping two car loads of Mcsdaincs Lee Stewart, Dora Curry to America with Mr. and Mrs li.imc sticks to Evansviltc Hamc Co , Why Worry, Fret and Get ment is expected by April 5.transport everything in its path In the disand R. A. Dargcr called on Mrs. Al. spent the week-enIt that the tance they saw the funnel shape cloud this week. Miss Liss Cashman, A. T. Dranc. Antigone, J. Crosson and Nothing Done, Just Because yesterday which sailed from Danzing approaching and saw the damage it Clinton Wroe, Louisville, spent last Mr. L. Adkisson, of Rhodclia and Sunday afternoon. bearing homeward happy was doing. The Smith home was dirweek with his boy friends here. Mr LS. Peyton, of New Albany, Ind., n Your Blood is Sluggish? healthy Mr. and Mrs. Horace McCoy were veterans of ectly in the path of the storm Miss Annie May Wilson is recover- were in the neighborhood, last week the army of Gen. Hallcr, will call at in Stephcnsport, Saturday afternoon ing from an attack of appendicitis. At the suggestion of Mr. Smith all buying logs for R. H. Humphrey & Brest to take the bodies aboard. YOUR BLOOD NEEDS Miss Ruby Sue Dowell is visiting knelt and offered up prayers They Mrs. Alvin Rice, Louisville, has Co , New Albany, Ind. I STRENGTHENING her aunt, Mrs. Milt McAfee, of continued praying for several minutes. been the guest of her parents, Mr. Mr. J. M. Rhodes was in Sirroco, I The tornado came on, and when it and Mrs. James Bolin. Thursday buying ties. Closing sale at the Clover-po- rt William Stith McCoy, who has ncarcd the Smith home it suddenly The Woman's Missionary Society Miss Lila Mattingly, of Owcnsboro, People Nowadays Take That jumped into the air, leaving the house been ill yith measles is very much met with Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain, spent several days last week with Mr. Wonderful Effective Blood Loose Leaf Wareand those in it unharmed. A few hunon Tucsday afternoon. improved. and Mrs. B. F. Payne, and Mr. and house, Saturday, April 24. A daughter, Josephine Pearl came dred yards beyond the Smith hotiic it Tonic, Pepto-Manga- n Miss Angie Gibson has returned to Mrs. T. J. Compton. again decended and continued its to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Louisville, after a short stay with her Misses A. B Cashman and M. L. Your Druggist Has It. Parties wishing to dispose work of destruction. Will Bcauchamp, of Mystic, March parents, Mr and Mrs. J. B. Gibson. Rhodes were in IrvingtoVi, last MonThose at the Smith home Sunday 25. Mrs. D. Owsley, White Mills visit- day. of their tobacco over the Really, isn't it foolish to be handiafternoon have much greater faith in Orvillc McCoy spent the week-ened Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Marshall, last Air, Robert Harper, who is attendcapped for weeks in the Spring, just in Owcnsboro, visiting relatives and week. prayer than they ever had before. floor, will kindly have same ing school at Hardinsburg spent the also calling on friends. Leon Lewis, Louisville, spent the week-enwith his parents, Mr. and because your blood is sluggish? You ready by this date as this The glorious Spring daysl j week-en- d TO RAISE STRAWBERRIES with Misses Edith Lewis Mrs. John Harper. and Eva Carrigan. Mr. Rhodic Knott and Miss Agnes ought to enjoy them instead of feeling INSTEAD OF TOBACCO. will be our last sale this half asleep Mrs. Lillie Glasscock entertained Hardesty were married Saturday t unhappy and anything. You just too ought to tired out for at 500 on Saturday afternoon. Three morning April 3. season. We wish to thank Hopkinsville, Ky., April a. With Of Cattle and Hog Breeders tables played. , Mrs. Wash Cashman and Mrs. J. M. be finding new vigor for your work strawberry planting in progress, many in the Spring air "pep" enthusiasm, our patrons for their loyal Miss Rhodes farmers because of the unsettled conChicken Raisers, Live Stock spent the Annied Jennings,Mr.Louisville shopping.were in Irvington, Monday happiness! week-enwith and Mrs. dition of the tobacco market will support. But you can't, because your blood Miles. Mr. W, N. Head, of Lodiburg, was John and Tobacco Dealers of raise berries this year. Nearly 1,000 is clogged with poisons, ror long Virgil Brite and daug- here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. acres arc pledged to strawberries in months it has had too little fresh air CLOVERPORT LOOSE LEAF WHSE. hter, Martha Howe, Mrs. C. W. Haw-c- s Breckinridge County I. Walter, Boyle. Mgr. this county. and has fought off many germs. And and daughters, and Miss Mary GARFIELD g properties it now has Henry spent Friday in Louisville. ... Mr and Mrs. H. H. Henninger and .!.. me uui uttutui :in wuiiii ........ i. W. J. Piggott was in Cincinnati, wuaiutLi iiiai ba'by, Avabelle Frances, are guests of Don't work under a handicap, when several days last week. Hall Stock Farm Miss Lillie McGlothlan is the guest her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. ' it isn't necessary at all. Clear up your Glen Dean, Ky. sluggish blood. Give it help. Get some of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan. Smith. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Mrs. Mary Nicholas and Mrs. Vida ' of that famous blood purifier and tonic Miss Florence Akers, who is i Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampschool at St. Joseph's near Webb were guests Sunday of Mr. and n is used by physicians , Ownsboro, spenj the Eastertide with Mrs. A M. Wood. shire Sheep. Miss Wilma Whitworth spent the everywhere. You can buy it at any her parents, Mr. "and Mrs. John Akers. Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Fail to in Hardinsburg the guest l drug store in cither liquid or tablet Leonard Galloway, Louisville, has week-en., ,...-:.. I have left in my pens a few nice coming ..'. .... Pan Five Yeara been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John of her sister, Miss Thelma, who is in..in, juai as .... iii;ii:i iiitiva uu iui attending school there. medical value. diucrcnce in Galloway. three year old mules. A kind that will Make certain that you get the Mr. Jonas Gray visited his son, Rev. Walter Burdette and Mrs. Ask for Valley Home Burdette, of Dundee, spent Friday Taylor Gray and Mrs. Gray in Louis- genuine develop into real mules. Also a few good "Glide's" and see with Rev. C. F. Hartford and Mrs. ville, last week. W, J. OWEN & SONS, Propieton Mrs. Taylor Compton was the guest that the name 'Glide's" is on the Hartford. Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 farm mares. Prices are right. Cash or Miss Iva Rice, of Louisville, spent of her daughter, Mrs. Carlton Ater, package. Advt. at Raymond, last week. with friends. Poland China Hogs a Specialty the week-enapproved paper. Airs. Olevia Chelf, of Chicago, is GOES TO STATE Edward Morrison, Owensboro, is Polled Durham Cattle visiting Jier daughter, Mrs. G. F. home for a short stay. NORMAL SCHOOL. Mrs. Ginger Bandy and daughters, Bandy Miss Lillian May left Monday Warnie Horslcy and B. H. Spring-gat- e have reEVERYTHING MUST SELL! THE HOWARD FARMS Nelle and Nancy Thomas, in Louiswere in Hardinsburg. Thursday. morning for Bowling Green where she turned from a lengthy stay M. HOWARD ft SON, Prop. Misses Ruth and Martha Harned will enter the State Normal School J. ville. They reported Mr. Bandy doing are at home from Bowling Green, for the Spring and Summer taking a Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Sultan, very nicely. Mrs. Newsom Gardner has return- where they attended the winter term special course in primary work and l ton of Sultan, heads the herd of the W. K. S. N. They were met also a business course. Miss May arDuroc Hogs, Sprague Defender heads the ed from Guston, where she was callVIC ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Kentucky herd. ed on account of the serious illness in Louisville by their sister, Miss rived from Harned and spent the Breeders of 2nd. prize Polled Shorthorn Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. Mary Ann. Harned. of her sister, Miss Erie Smith. Heifer (Senior yearling class) Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brock and and Mrs. B. F. May, before going to Chicago, 1910. Robert Owen Trent who has been Bowling Green. B. C. H. S. at Glen Dean, Ky. attending suffering with, Hardinsburg daughter, of Ephesus, attended church is home a dislocated here Sunday. Clint Davis lost a fine horse last knee sustained while playing ball. The hospital home of Miss Eva week from severe cuts on barbedwire. it Carrigan was thrown open to the young people on Saturday evening in HARNED Hardinsburg, Ky. Onion Sets Hog Tonic honor of Sergeants Ellen and Rue, Mrs. Paul Chambliss and baby, of Dealers in of Camp Zachary Taylor. A delicious Springfield, Ohio, Seed Potatoes Chick Feed were guests of Mr. salad course was served. LIVE STOCK AND Mrs. George Board entertained last i and Mrs. Robert Weatherford, last Garden Seeds Lice Powder Saturday afternoon from two to four week. TOBACCO James Tucker, of Owensboro, is Are Here in honor of her son, Dana Board's Paris Green visiting relatives here. 10th birthday anniversary, Mr. and Mrs Bowmer Smith, of Mesdames J. Tt Johnson, Louisville, KENTUCKY. HARDINSBURG and A. B. Suter, Worthville, will ar- Lodiburg, were guests of Relatives Hardinsburg, Ky. rive Thursday to visit Mr and Mrs. here Friday. Sunday school was at Dealer in T. N. McGlothlan. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Board and son, Ephesus, Sunday. The hours for beHigh-ClaHorses, Mules, Fine SadDana, spent the week-enwith Mr. ginning is 2:30 p. m. Every one is dle and Harness Horses. invited. and Mrs. Chas Board, at Pilcher. A .wise philosopher once said Dr. J. E. Matthews. D. B. Allen, Ode Whoberry, Louisville, spent It will pay you to visit my Stables Robert Weatherford. W. A. Skillman "the secret of success is being beSunday in town. lieved in." Mrs. Virgil Brite and Martha Howe and Vic Pile were in Louisville, on Brite spent Monday and Tuesday business, last week. Misses Ina Glasscock, Alma Carden, We want people to believe in with Mrs. Howe at Lewisport. Judith and Bessie Watlington, stud' G. N. Lyddan us, for we want to feel we have ents of the B. C. H. S , spent the week-enmade a success of merchandising, with Miss Nora McCoy. FARMER AND FEEDER WEBSTER Amos Black and family, of Louisand we know the secret of success Misses Genevive Wright of Sandy Irvington, Ky. Hill and Ossie Payne were the guests ville, are visiting relatives here. in business, as in every other walk Miss Daisy Tucker, of Mook, spent of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haddock, of life, is to Tell the Truth and to Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Saturday. .Act the Truth in every thing we Miss A. B. Cashman spent Sunday Tucker. WEBSTER STOCK FARM with Miss M. L. Rhodes. Misses Jacie Alexander and Louise do. H. H. NORTON, Owner Miss Julia Sutton, of Hardinsburg, May left Friday for Bowling Green, vAs we know our success depends is visiting Miss Dellaziife Morris, this where they will attend school. Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in week. Rev. C. L. Bruington delivered a on so telling the truth about prices and values that everyone will beMiss Mayme Bauman, of Louisville, splendid sermon at Ephesus, Sunday. All Kinds of Live Stock. Robert Lee Compton, of Cloverport lieve in us, you may depend and spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. -: Webster, Kentucky. and Mrs. is visiting friends here. take our word for it, that when June Bauman. Milton Basham, of Louisville, spent we say prices Are Not coming the week-en- d with his parents, Mr, down in the immediate, future, we We have the dearest dresses for and Mrs. Henry Basham. are telling the truth. Mrs. Cova Vinson, of Colesburg, little girls, mostly in good sensible eeek was the guest of friends here Monday, Gingham mills are "sold up" ginghams with white collars and She was on her way to visit her linen manufacturers are refusing We have the largest assortment of new business for 24 months stock- belts sensibly priced too from $1.75 grandfather, G. L. Goodman, of West men's wearing apparel in this part ing mills are advertising far and to $2.50. View. of the country. wide "Be Patient" don't blame Little boy's suits in serges, with We can show you dozens of differ- the retailer if you can't get stockREVENUE ACT CHANGE AIMS ent patterns in shirts, priced, from ings we simply can't supply him wlu'te Buster Brown collars make TO) AID ALL NEWSPAPERS. $1X0 to $12 50. Clothing manufacturers are do- the youngsters feel like big men You can select your tie from dozWashington, 30. Print March ing the same and so it goes and They're priced from $'J.50 to $10.00. ens of different designs, priced from prices can't come down until the paper costing not more than eight We have a splendid assortment, 50c to $3.00. cents a pound would be admitted tax Law of Supply and Demand is right now of childrens' stockings Our selection of Spring hats and equalized. free under a bill, amending the Rein black, white and tan. caps enables you to find Your Style venue act, passed unanimously by the Lastly we handle Hart Schaffner We're not going to preach Buy Stylish separate coats in several different colors, House today and sent to the Senate. & Marx Fine Clothing for Men. Get Now Prices are Going Up but The childrens' hats are unusually The present law fixed five ments as the patch pockets and narrow belts. Prices range from and size priced from $1.50 to $0 00. we do say we don't see any pros- stylish this season with their long limit, but members said none at that n ribbon streamers or tailored your Spring suit now while. our as- pect of their coming down. price was obtainable for import. bands priced from $2.00 to sortment is complete. Representative Kitchin (North Carto $5,00. THANK YOU Suits priced from $30.00 to $60.00. olina) said thebill was on emergency measure, needed to save "hundreds" The popular shawl coats with fringe at bottom of small newspapers from ruin.1' UNION STAR r 'i WHY HAVE "SPRING --T- he FEVER" d Polish-America- Rus-sellvill- e. d d DIRECTORY I I . Planters I ... ...i. heat-makin- i I . Pepto-Manga- n. CLEARANCE SALE! Pepto-Manga- d ti Stock Farm Pepto-MangaPepto-Mangan- n. ," d I White-hal- Inter-Nation- BEARD BROS. C. V. ss Robertson LVFEEflBD S(q Store News CtZCZtitU jJ I o?& Men's Wear d Children's Department PARK PLAGE d I :- :- -: Stylish, Serviceable Coats and Skirts $23.00 $32.5.0 gros-grai- F k generous patch pockets, belted. young women - - Novelties '- for HOE -- $22.50 .is HOE flfollCZIOEZD 30E 3 C HOE Green Silk Panlette skirts $22.50 Tan, blue and tan georgette 'skirts each - - $22.50 Blue Baronette Satin skirt $9.50 Plaid wool jersey skirts. each $10.00 Newest Fantasi skirt, brick color - - - $17.50 T. D. HALE, President W. D. CRAMM0ND, Vice President GEORGE C. WILSON, Cashier F "Fitrite" Petticoats to match skirts, price Hawesville Deposit Bank HAWESVILLE, KENTUCKY Hi ) $7.50 to $9.00 Attractive voile dress patterns $1.00 to $1.60 No two patterns alike. ' i In Capital, Surplus and Profits $50,000.00 j. i I'M I MRS. ETHEL 0. HILLS CL0VERP9RT, KY. ' ('.i Thirty-on- e 4t'i v I ' ' years under 'he same, conservative management. Known everywhere' as thef Sate, ' Sound. Bank. ' Four per cent interest paid on time deposits " V 1 ml t jkl igMh) 1 H3 Kga OB i " J I ' 1 . i , lr1.l ' I tlt diimmmmmffmi )liaOC!l9lk TT i: "- - ' M V, PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY APRIL 7, 1M0 The Breckenridge News SCHOOL NEWS JNO. D. BADBAGE, Editor and Publisher SIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND VIEWS By J. R, Meador, Supt. EVENTS THAT TRANSPIRED TWENTY-FIV-E YEARS AGO 10,-18- 95 LETTERS WE APPRECIATE V B In.- k I NEW ONE FROM CHICAGO Taken From The Breckenridge News, Wednesday, April Owing to the fact that the recent Mr. Jno. D. Babbagc. Dear Sirfi lLpiTfftfatiir mrwl mmv rlinnrr in t1i unciosea you win una $i.uu jfiease SUBSCRIPTION RATfcS laws relating to the school system Daisv and Lillie Wheeler near Sliiloh send me The Breckenridge News the In Cloverport fcubircriptlor price $10 0 rear COe for 4 montha: 75c for 0 month. Buslneai Localt 10c teachers arc anxious to know just oblige, Mrs. E, Hne and flc each additional iniertlon. Card of Thankt, over 8 Unci, charged for Jess Miller and Arthur Misses Winnie Wendclkin and Delia t rate of 10c per line. Obltuarlea charged for at the rate of Be per line, money ln,tt,,al 1,a,s been done and what Will be Kylcr have returned from a delight- - have gone to Hardinsburg, Mattingty jvOrth of this andWest Madison,J. St., tb to attend lirightiuan, 1420 France. Examine the label on your paper. If it it not correct, please notify at. Chicago. cxpcticii ui wicm in tuc years to school. 4 come and especially the ensuing year. iui visit in I'aiesvine. (o) NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS For those who arc interested in the MRS. MORRISON PAYs"uP. In Dukes Wave Rice will soon When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS hand it to schools and especially teachers who T. Rcid has taken charge of the Mr. Jno D. Babbagc: Enclosed find friend who it not a aubicribcr; do not throw it away or dettroy it. arc making inquiries relative to cer- swjtch engine at Henderson while F. have his new residence completed. money order for $1.50 for a year's (o- ). tification and examinations I shall C. Ferry is spending the week here Born to the wife of J. J. Burnett, a subscription to The Breckenridge WEDNESDAY,.. ..APRIL 7, 1920 give briefly the new requirements. visiting his parents. News year ending Jan. 10, 1020. Sorry girl, March 25. No teacher holding a certificate will Borri to have neglected this to long. Please (o) the expiration of the certificate now to the wife of T. F. Sawyer, Mr. John Duke had a good cow to continue to send the paper. Best rebe required to be intil a girl. March 28, 1805. die. He had just recently refused $50 gards to yourself and family. Mrs. HEAR MR. MORGENTHAN held. -(- o)H. J. Morrison, 520 E. Fifth St., for her. ON NEAR EAST RELIEF The examination for white and colScdalia, Mo. Born April 2nd to wife of Geo. (o) ored teachers will be held on the same Polk, Tobinsport, a fine boy. "Plow deep while sluggards sleep," Garfield Miss Lola Norton was in Tula C. Daniel day, but in separate rooms. The regadvised Benjamin Franklin and that (o) town shopping Wednesday. Strange WELL PLEASED ular examinations for teachers cer WITH NEW HOME. Mrs. R. is what every successful farmer does. has setting tificates will be held on the third Fri one dozen B. Pierce whicha weigh of why Miss Lola is buying so much Plowing deep is more important this hen eggs 2J4 quilt lining and carpet chain here of May Junc and pounds. Can Sat"rday in Dear Mr. Babbagc: Find enclosed spring than ever before. Read what eyes of New York arc upon us; but any one in the poultry late. money order for $1.50, send me The business beat these in weight? our correspondent, Mr. Duke has to even so, a personal letter to day from lbert All papers will be sent to Frankfort say about "plowing deep" this spring. Mr. Henry Morgcnthan, (o; Richardson, Richmond, Ky., Breckenridge News for one year. We to Constantinople, assures us that this ayd will be graded by the State Board Benedict Beavin and family have has been visiting his brother, A. A. like Illinois fine. Have fine neighbors, Examiners, and all certificates will moved to Leitchficld, good schools, good roads, fine farmCharlie Tinius has a mill on his cause before our country is one of the where he will Richardson. State. farm near Webster sawing lumber to most worthy with which one could be 8odeethroughout theeach applicant be engaged in the tombstone business. ing land and are well pleased out 1" to be paidby Co) build two barns, 44x60 feet. One for be identified. He adds: "You are no will be $2.00 and this fee will be for- Mr. and Mrs. John Livers here, but like to get a little message Mrs S. D. Loyd, Columbus, O., is of Meade county have been visiting from our old home town. Yours resstock and one for tobacco, He is also ,!m.hi fnllv inform,.,! ac n the Hec. . WartlCd lO tile State UOard Ot liXam visiting her mother, Mrs. F. H. nerate rnnrli'tt'nns that nhtai'n in Wecf. pectfully, Ed. Kroush, Franklin, Route building a four room cottage. relatives here. ern Asia. I merely' want to congratu- i incrs. The County Examiners will re3, III. (o) ceive $4.00 per day for the two days It is important that every farmer in late you on the opportunity which you of the examination, to be paid by (0) Mrs. J. R. Baskett and little sons. the Mr. William Hopper accompanied David and Clyde have been the guests Breckinridge county should attend !,av9 of serving humanity and civil CHANGES ADDRESS. the The Farm Bureau meeting at Hard ization. Every dollar which the gen State Superintendent out of fees funds by his son, Archy, sailed Monday for of Henry Brown's near here. Dear Sir: Enclosed find check for derived from examination paid his erous people of your county can give y $1.50. Please continue sending The home in London, England. insburg next baturday. (o) teachers to this work is sorely needed in order (o) Dr. A. Baxter and wife and little Breckenridge News to me. Change There shall be four grades of certi C. W. Nelson, Lewisport had 25 that actual starvation may be prevent instead of to teachers in Common at The following officers were elected daughter, Elsie, spent Sunday with address to Mystic Lee acres in fine alfalfa last fall. He cut ed My deep personal interest (He ficates issuedfollows: the semiannual meeting of the Mrs. Kate Childs. Respectfully, Shaw, Mystic. Schools as Epworth Leagur : Prof. J. H Logan, two good crops. This spring he says has seen the suffering there and (o) a. Teacher's Diploma. president; Miss Ida White, 1st, vice not a sprig of it is left. Winter freezes knows, Ed.) in these tens of thousW. W. BARGER RENEWS Ekron Z. T. Cox, agent for the b. State Teacher's Certificate. spewed it all out of the ground. He ands of helpless children and needy Dear Mr. Babbage: Please find enc. Elementary Certificate,.first grade, pres.; J. J. Dyer, 2nd, v. p.; John Texas, went to Stephensport, Saturis resowing the same field at a cost women, prompts me to call upon you Burn, 3rd, v. p.; Emmett Gregory, day. closed $1.50 for which please renew d of $170, for seed. Alfalfa seed sell at and your county the very grave impor- grade.Elementary Certificate, second secretary and treasurer. The League my subscription to The Breckenridge (o) 46 cents a pound. Mr. Nelson is a tance of doing all that is possible to W. J. Wright shipped a car load News for 1920. Your 'friend, W. W. An Elementary Certificate of the is now six months old and doing care for its share of this burden." game farmer and believes in alfalfa. of wheat to the Irvington Milling Co. Barger, Frymire, Ky. first grade shall require an average good work. Sincerely yours, Henry Morgcnthan. -(- o) (o) .. lTiends, he is a Jew and if he of 85 .'per centr on all the. subjects in Burn Dejarnette and Wise Dejar-nctti In Irvington T. N. McGlothlan, NEW ONE AT HARNED Hail Stones as large as partridge common ocnooi course, ana tne Chas. Stith, McQuady, went to Louisville, so cares for these people who die,"1? Bate Wa3hingto i, Forrest eggs fell here Monday, The Breckenridge News, Cloveron Stith rather than deny their Savior, our ftT e?cn!nK Monday with 2 loads of cattle. port, Ky. 'Gentlemen: Enclosed find and wife took a pleasure trip on -(- o) State, n r10U.rse of Stud' a"d no an excursion. Lord Tesus, the Christ, how much Richardson & Frymire are ship- check for $1.50 for your paper one ' subJec' ?ha Iower than Arthur Beard went to Louisville, more'should we care? Let us play the (o)-- We Pfr ping a good many fruit trees this year. Please send it to R. T. Wilson, certificate is good Monday. Herbert Beard is at home! part of the good Samaritan, not that cent;.Th State for four years, through-o- f welcome Miss Julia Greenwood spring. Harned, Ky. the churchmen who pa'ssed by oh ot'i with a case of throat trouble. -(- o) Elementary Certificate of the once more and regret that necessity the other side o called her to Cloverport when we Hardinsburg Born to the wife of vFROM MR. J. W. DAVIS Not only New York, Louisville and second grade shall require an average felt her presence a need in our read- P. Dillon, April 3rd, boy. Jim Waggoner and Hawkins Smith The Breckenridge News. Clover a all Kentucky, but Heaven itself js , of not less than 7a per cent on all the ing circle. of Oarlield and Prank Payne, of Hard port, Ky. Find enclosed a check forfj namea aoove, witn no suo- inshurtr were in LonlsvilV last week interested in what Breckinridce coun- - ?"Jes (cO- -In Lettie Scott and Jennie $1.25 for which send me The Breck-j- l Per '? 'ow.er u,a" ty is doing in this crisis. buying mules to farm with. Sample June and Ruby Haynes, Warfield are visiting in Glen Dean, ciuiuKc six montns and pay 'ficate s Sood throughout the Our treasurer is receiving some gen- -' o Alf Cashman and Claude Brashear, of wnai i owe you tor tour months. I Af)v yTe.ai' Vic Robertson has some closing out erous responses from friends of hum- , Union Star, were in town, Saturday, ,.,., Win. Beard will move into his have just neglected to send it in. anity over the county. One friend bargains in horses and mules. ?, new house near the court house this Yours ,Mr. J. W. Davis, Locust Hill, auau nave nau sending his check and one for his Ky. Ollie McCoy visited Misses week. OI 'Sn school worK Saturday, . April 24,V. will . wind up. the wife, writes he has contributed five al '.easl one . . . or its enuivalent. ann in arlriitinn there .? .i -. ; tooacco saies over tne Loose ueat or six times to mis cause ana says r v SUBSCRIBES IN CALIFORNIA. A HEARTLESS WORLD study of professional house here for this season. ," if this does not appeal to one he is to, .fivf weeksState Normal school. Mr. John Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. .BOTTLING UP THE Louella C. Poole -o- most past the stage to be moved bv.subjfetcts m.a Dear Editor: Enclosed you will find WINTER RAINS. 1?- -t aPP''cants for Beard Brothers are now owners of anything." One does reach that stage such 75 cents for The Breckenridge News. by certificates shall have had two It is a heartless world, I thought, the Hardinsburg Livery barn. They sometimes. Let us pray that not one I don't know how much the News is work and te" weeks yea.rs hlsh "h. John K. Duke. And all for self man lives; soul in Breckinridge will so 'harden bought it two weeks ago. but as soon as the time is up I will study in a state normal school. 'Tis graft and greed on every side, hjs heart, 0 renew so send it at once. We will be And little heed he gives A.ter "!' 'C02G such. aPP1!cants Supt. Meador is giving some very' Treasurer's address is: B. F. glad to get the News for it is almost years high schoo The average annual rainfall for To the unfortunate and weak, shall have important news and views in iis Beard, Bank of Hardinsburg. Make like a letter from home. How is old inches. Those sorrowing and in need, column this week for tearliers. nar- - him clad to dav. keen him himv ro. work and twenty weks in a normal Kentucky is about forty-fiv- e Kentucky progressing We are having Unless the rainfall for the pres'ent Thus mused I as I went my way, Qtfirl.r i.l.o i.n.t mrAltlrT I'nnr r(T,-Tr- i 1(517. rre PIltG ltl1. rhfKlrti ... TUnl. ..m. SCUOOI. WUI VVI.V.1 VM.11.1VII Jl XIIUIIA tJKtaj t.llUt JUM V.V..V.e, quite a bit of rain at the present time Examinations for Common Sschool year, beginning with the first of NovA selfish word indeed! have to do and then do it, and good in California. Well, Mr. Babbage we Diploma will be held as heretofore ember, is far above the average, Kenwill follow1 Public sentiment must SOMETHING FOR NOTHING and no person will be admitted to tucky has had more than half of its An old man limped along the street, will be looking for The Breckenridge get behind the schools if we want News. Best wishes to all. A. M. Miller, Half blind he was and lame; the County High School unless he rain in the last six months. We may, good schools. The conversation was on nrnfiteer- -' holds such diploma. Next examination therefore, expect a dry crop year. To Then paused he at the crowded curb. Bakersfield, Cal Route 1 Box 95. Quick to his succor came diploma to be held May 7 and 8. prevent a crop failure, or at least a ing and the failure of some of the TEN WAYS TO HELP newspapers to lay sufficient stress on ' No salary paid to a teacher in a very short crop, it is necessary that Strong arms, kind hands, and willing MRS. SCOTT BELL RENEWS. AN ORGANIZATION. the matter. "Why even Mr. John Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. feet: the news- - common school will hereafter be less the farmer preserve and utilize the Dear Sir: Please find enclosed $3.00 Not one pedestrian water that is already in the ground. papers are profiteering," said the man than $75 per month. 1. Attend all meetings. in money order for The Breckenridge A census of the school children of mere are several ways of doing this: But offered cheerfully o help who was attacking the large corpora- -' 2. Be on time always. News which has expired. Thanking That poor old feeble man. county is Deing tanen tins montn Plowing early while the ground is lhey are charging, as a rule, ",c 3. It's part of your important busi- tions. you for your kindness and please two cents for a paper, while they are Let every teacher and every patron moist, plowing deep, and lnainta-'ninn- ; A pigeon fluttered to the ground, ness let nothing keep you away. send ime the paper another year. making more than ever on advertis- assist in getting every child between a dust mulch. Then, if we combine all with bruised and broken wing; 4. Encourage officers and workers Yours truly, .Mrs. Scott Bell, Tell fi and 18 enrolled in the census. If fhe of these, we will ing." hae tome protec-.little lad swift darted out show your appreciation of the work uy, ina. One of the men who was keenly trustee has not taken the census of tion against a drougnt The crowd: the helpless thine they do for you. As soon as the ground is dry To rescue. "Who will care for it?" interested in paper shares undertook your children by the last of April see 3. Cheerfully accept office or place LOUISVILLE BANKER to enlighten the speakeri "A few linn and give him the names and ages. tarmer I asked. He bared his head, on a committee it gives you an op- fnrtc tnirrht intnvnc, imii " tin oolt Every child missed will deprive the enougn, tne that is should break all SUBSCRIBES. the ground to be cultivated "I'll take it to the hospital portunity to render a service. "Vnn .ire nnvincr Mirr. runic tnr im.ir COUHtV of about $6.00 of State School this year. It should be broken as deep For animals," he said. 6. bet a god examole to The Breckenridge News, CloverPaper do you put in the cost ana committeemen by your flithff.l o the newsprintrealize thatthat paper! F"nd; your trustee make it correct as possible, and immediately planted Afd ere my journeying was done port, Ky. Dear Sirs: Enclosed find Help order. If the ground is not aione in performance of duty. check for $1.50 in payment of subAdown the street that day, ,.. for a few days, or even weeks, it ... costs more than two cents, without and complete. r:- -i j j: scription to, your paper The Breck'" '5 awing anything for printing. That With better paid teachers the public should be harrowed as soon as pos- How many were the kindly deeds all 'de h. inn UanUn5C ,C"y I noted on the wayl enridge News. Kindly send same care should and will demand a larger ser sible after each rain. This will keep a ,ave. ,n . PaPer you. Pck?t Pinterested in other', snestinn citizens union National Bank, and ',' teachers dust mulch ,on top and will be better O never say the world is lost oaDiy weighs trom y2 to j ot a vice snd better qualified 8. Have the utmost confidence in oblige, Yours very truly, Arch , BWJ i To selfish and greed pound. The publisher probably had to Teacher should, and I am very sure to lessen the number of acres to be your fellow workers freely give Davis, Louisville, Ky. " pay all the way from 4 to 10 cents a they will, be only too glad to co tended and make an average crop than While willing hearts and hands still freely take help. serve, pound for the newsprint, and glad to operate in every way to help make the to have a crop failure on more acres. 9. Promptly pay dues do it gladRENEWAL OF MRS. And minister to needl 4 Another thing that will help in "a scnooi system an tnat at .any ly do it with a relish. Answer all get it yourself price. You can figure They have always given it should be. dry , E. P. BRASHEAR. more largely it out season is the crop arrangement. with the cost of the questions promptly and courteously. paper you THE BEE'S WISDOM are getting something for .than they have received, and I am Crops that do not shade the cround. . 11 TL- - .. iL. Mr. Jno. Babbage: Enclosed you sure mat i voice tne sentiment ot such as corn, should be planted on will find money order for my sub every true teacher when I sav that the dampest ground, while, those that Said a little wandering maiden new members w join. scription to ine tJrcckenridge News. y To a bee publications. This publication for five we will give a larger proportion of shade the ground, as tobacco, peas, laden: Mrs. E. P. Brashear, Union Star, Ky. cents sells a magazine in which there increase in qualification and service etc.t should be planted on higher "Bee, in all the flowers you work. Wave tn V!n grouna. Yet in some doth pison lurk." s d than we have received in salary. meedniraryTu hVe NEWCOMERS IN COUNTY All will Turning under green manure crops can. "'"" i'i""- to say, the attacker of the see to trustees every be instructed to will also aid in maintaining moisture "That I know, my little maiden," Mr. Jno. D. Babbage. it that Editor, teacher gives at Needless Said the bee with honey laden; 2. If you attend, don't come on Breckenridge News. Dear Sir: As we least six hours to actual work in the through the crop season. If every profiteers subsided. time but late. "But the poison I forsake, are interested in Kentucky and of school room, and upon failure to do farmer would turn under a crop of 3. If the weather is not fine don't And the honey only take." course Breckenridge county will be so he will refuse to sign the report. rye in the spring, he would be more THE GOOD OLD DAYS. think of going. glad to have your paper every week. The pay of teachers is not yet in able to, withstand a drought. Folks "Cunning bee, with honey laden, 4. If you attend be sure and find proportion to the remuneration in the living in town should sow their garThat is right," replied the maiden. Sending $1.50 which will get us on fault with the work of officers, and your subscription list. Respectfully Today it is a poor egg that doesn't other professions, but the increase has den in rye every fall. "So will I from all I meet, . otner members .. I ... hrilicr a nirtrt anrt hut,, ic nr..a k.i.i.... t.A.A....MM Only take the good and sweet." yours, Wheeler Bros. Hardin Grove, J. Decline all Offices, as It IS easier 70 rent, thf nnnml Tl. n1,1.tirr.r h. .... r .I.. ..ui:- - e Our. Dumb Animals. Ind. TO to cntise than to do things. looks back over the years. He sighs better salaries for teachers. Failure BASHAM AD ADDRESS CLUB OF WORLD. o. uet sore if you are not put on for the good old times. Eggs FORMER CLOVERPORT,ER 10 cm the MOST POWERFUL WIRELESS a committee, or if appointed, don t cents a dozen and butter 20 were a to the part of the teacher to live up Mr. J. D. Babbage: Enclosed you cents opportunity would as surely Louisville, Ky. For the third time TELEGRAPH STA. IN WORLD will ffnd $1.50 for which please send .. create a demand for the reduction of within six years, Thomas E. Basham, ,f"l, .ngs-- , your opinion, tell Pound says the Miami News. 7. me The Breckenridge News But does he really want "the good the pay. president of the Thomas E. New York City, March 31. The year. Respectfully, Mrs. C. S. another et's Schoo, for the Past th"e years Advertising Agency, has been Basham hMu lztWA ltU tlT8?" days selected most powerful wireless telegraphic 917 Huntington Ave, Jonesboro,Lamb. , I those people had parlors have been completely disorganized on as one of the principal speakers Ark. 8. Do nothing except that abso- - and didn't use 'em. Now they have account at station in ot the war and other abnor-lutel- y the annual convention of the Associa- at Saigon,the world is being installed necessary, and when others roll living rooms and wear 'em almost mal conditions. The war is now over according to MOVE TO NEW ALBANY ted Ad Clubs of the World to be held advices reaching the headquarters of tip their sleeves to help matters, howl out. Dear Mr. Babbage: Please change i in fact if not in theorv. Turner, this in Indianapolis the week of June 22. the Interchurch World Movement, my because of the clique running things. They lighted their homes with kero- - year will receive more than twice the address for The Mr. Basham will appear in the role which is making a religious economic News frim Irvington, Breckenridge 9. Delay your dues as long as you sens "hanging" lamps. Ky., to New salary received two years ago. The ot debater in joint debate with a anrl corint curvev if !... tiriM TUte Albany, Ind. Grant Line Route 1 and can and delay answering all letters. Fellows took their girls out "bugy- - new compulsory attendance law will prominent American newspaper pub- - new station will be of such magnitude oblige. Chas. Gross, New Albany, Ind. 10. Don't bother about getting new riding" and knew nothing of the joy be enforced to the limit. Let's have lisher, yet to be chosen, their sub that rommitnirntinn ..,:. members. "Let George do it." of a fleet motor car. an united effort for the best school JnC ,.b,cingV,".VXhat ,the, Newspaper' France. Africa, Madagascar, French Men were paid a dollar a day on year in the history of the State FROM P. R. CLAYCOMB' Mr. J. D. Babbage, Editor BreckKENTUCKY WILL GET the section, and the other day laborer, Get the best teacher possible to ing Agency xiiiiiks oi wie rtyverilS- new LalertOtlia. Australia lanan ami and What the Advertis- the United States. 44 CAPTURED GUNS. IllSt a little above hilll. was n.lirl ten nhtain anrt then rrive nil ,1..- - c..r..,n.. ing Agency Thinks of the Newspaper .The report states further, that the enridge News. Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: Please find enclosed check for dollars a week. land cooperation to the tenrher in her . I ! t continous wave system will be used Wa Gtiinirlmi Xfot. nf TAnlt.Ml... i As some man line auiu, ii.1im n .nn.1. JVClllCIIIUCr l aICdCllCT IS JUSl ruoiisner. .. for The "Breckenridge News ,,ua cnl.l ,vlll u wullt. 1A.A.1.A civ..., ,u.wi, Ml avii.uwivjt and the electric power will be sno- - one year. Yours very truly, P. R. will get forty-fou- r captured guns and person had weak lungs they began human and will make some mistakes eighty vehicles in the distribution of to select a nice green spot in the you in her place might have made fiv,io ftuuui AuiumimiS. phcu uy two converter groups, equip- - uaycomb, Webster, Ky. .t i.irp r The first New York automobile Ped with internal combustion motors captured war materials as ordered inmuic urtnuru lor imm, ana ur your tne same or- worse. Alakc up your of 2,500 horse power. Aerials will be NATIVE under the Wadsworth bill, which has appendix got tangled up, they said mind and get back of the teacher and show was held in 1900. STATES In 1808 gasoline sold for six cents suspended from a height of 833 feet, PRESIDENTIAL OF passed the senate and which is now in you had inflamation of the bowels, support her plans. POSSIBILITIES a gallon. nearly 100 feet higher than the Wool- j the House Military Affairs committee and they buried you deep. , The first four cylinder car was worth Building, and the network of it was learned today. And women wore bustles and long THE HORSE AND THE MOTOR. Following are the native brought out in 1900. wires will be spread over nearly 180 these men who are generally states of The war department under the bill, germy skirts and had limbs instead considerIn 1890 Barnum & Bailey announced acres, would distribute among states 2,197 Of ICTS ,.... .- ...... -- .i u.. .. Even though it may be true that the that they would exhibit a horseless1 This new station brings the world ed as Presidential possibilities." pieces of artillery, 4,000 vehicles and Woodrow Wilson Virginia. put carriage closer together by many thousands hL 841,117 smaller articles such as bay- one kind or another, And-b- ath tubs Gen, "on the bI?ft there In 1898 Gen. Nelson A Miles, ' of mifes. and it is expected to be of shire. Leonard Wood New Hampana otner toilet facilities there were onets, helmets and so on. . none. Remember those cold 'winter is no evidence that he has develoned Chauncey M. Depcw and John Jacob Brcat aid to the Pacific Northwest in Gov. Frank Lowilen Minnesota. much speed, and his total value still Astor were judges of the second auto- - carrying on Transpacific business nights with the ordinary lot 220 feet WOMANLY WOMAN. Warren G. Harding Ohio. compares favorably with other clas-c- s mobile contest held in this country, communications. long? Herbert Hoover Iowa. of farm animals. On January 1, There were only four automobiles Yes, those were not the good old 1920. the Bureau of Crop Estimates "My wife is certainly a womanly A. Mitchell in the United States in 1890. i WOMEN OF PHILIPPINES. Wi ham G, McAdoo Georgia, woman." days. Let 'em keep their s. eggs of the United States Department of The first lonsr distance auto tour "So?" William J. Bryan-Illin- ois. A and their Living in Agriculture estimated the total value1 from Cleveland to New York was1 The wnmi-- nf thi Phiiinntn k.u. butter. "Yesterday I handed her the new Hiram W.Johnson California. Horses on tarms in this country at made In 10 days. i more than 375 women s clubs, and telephone book, and she immadiitely 1920 is worth more than it costs, even lames M. Cox Oh in The first transcontinental run from they are busily engaged in civic l fhe turned to the last page to see how it if it costs more than it It might be added that Smtsr ' whtrfc was jNew York to San Francisco was made provement, health conditions and the Ppindexter was born nded.M i&mSEJSl Telephone News. Constitution lnTHntft. two montHs. prevention of infant mortality. Ejowa News. 1876 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1920 m , i : I -(o)-- FARM AND STOCK iVw (o)-A- (o)-G- uston I -. . , Lodi-bur- g. e, -- "... I ! I ! J I I "f "J" .iiwi" ??""! i j1 --- I i I I fr I A ! yr .. vy' with-hone- T? Mism I l?"e - n.m-,1- m-- n,l Irrrh'chM6!' " Indo-Chin- a, I ( nu i,-- ... I $1-5- 0 tt.i.i I I ..,-- Ktof,vff ' - Palmer-tPcnnsylva- nla. 10-cc- nt I I 20-ce- nt n JP SJrn did.-La- wton mlfcL. Jm-(Ok- I MmmwB h. . I' t 'jjetW-is&- A- - w liwmlln''r'TTT,,WI'y', irmrw!w '"f1; '3r APRL (ZUp 7, 1920 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY cnt in the Louisville Conservatory of CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS music, spent the Easter holidays with her parents. Dr. F. L. Lightfoot and NOTE Please notify the editor wm.i you Mrs Lightfoot. deilre advertisements dlieontinued. PAGES EASTLAND Mrs Horace Moad spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Sam BislioiT, of Mystic. Miss Ruth Rickctts spent Easter with Mis Bessie BisliofT, of Mystic. Mr. and Mrs. Walker White and grandchildren, of Hites Run, spent Easter with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs Frank Pate Mr and Mrs. Van Atwcll have gone to house-keepin- g in Eastland. Mr. and Mrs. Noltc Whorlcy spent Easter with Miss Lizzie Blake. Misses Irene and Lena Swarcns spent Easter with Misses BishofT, of Srwltrttrfogr Nnyo APRIL 7, 1920 WEDNESDAY, Entered at the Toit Office t Ctoverpart, Kjr, as lecond clan matter. 'HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED ADVERTISING FOR FOREIGN BY THE Stunning Hats For Late Spring Robert Swarcns was in Cannclton, Thursday. Mrs. James Ilurke and sons, of Louisville arc guests of Mrs. Burke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis, o o o 000 "- -- - --- FOR SALE j oo VOK SALE Several farms of my own on wic iiiin way, i ney run irotn 00 to .100 I".'.' J'ciec ''slit. S. M. Haynei, Gar-fielKy, NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OENCRAU OFFICES and Midsummer 2 00 .10 .10 .10 Cowi-frMiss Ella Smith left Monday for K(?.R SALE Jer.ey Ky. cih. Mailman, Cloverport, Louisville, to spend several days with FOR SALtv cood hore Miss Elizabeth Babbage. 11 Joenli from (5 is SATES FOR POLITICAL MENTS. ANNOUNCE. For Precinct and City Offices- -u ror v.ounijr uinctl. For State ind Dlitrict Opees a For Calls, per "" For Cards, per line For all Pubficatloni in the Interest individuals or expression of ual views, per i boo $15.00 t '" of Individ- Lovely Models in Shadow Hats, Milatts, in Lace Trimmed and Combination Effects Mrs. Eliza Taylor, of Hardinsburg, the guest of 'her sister, Mrs. J. H. Rowland. V o o o years. One mare heavy with foal. 1 horse mule. 11 years old, 10tf hands Sold umler a guarantee. Prices right. be sold. Geo. Eskrldge, The Stock Hardinsburg, Ky. to 8 Black high. Must Man, Irvington. Mrs. Frank Payne will be hostess to the Ladies Reading Club on Thursday afternoon of this week, o o o o o o SALE Several good fresh cows and alio one big boned registered Poland China Hoar. James A. Ileavin, McQuady, Ky. DORAN'S GAPE REMEDY A guaran- . STARK-LOWMA- N CO. I J Louisville Representatives of Louisville. urday. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. J. Ferry had teed cure for gapes. Thousands testify to its marvelous cures. Money back if it falls. for their guests Easter, Mr. Ferry's 25c, postpaid. Circular free. Agents wanted. sister, Mrs. Homer Dawlcy and w. II. Doran, Ilrandenhurg, Ky. daughters, Misses Nancy and Louise Dawley, of Wheeling, W. Va , and FOR SALE If you yant a new or used Ford car see W. C Moorman, Hardinsburg, Ky. his brother, Mr. Fred Ferry, Mrs. He can deliver the cars and save you Ferry and Miss Annie Murray Ferry, money. Mrs. Carl Brittain and sister, Mrs. E. E. Graves, were in Louisville, Sato o ooo FOR SALE Frank DeHaven, of Hardinsburg, was in Hawesville, Friday. w Mr. and Mrs. Jake Morrison and little daughter, Miss Mary Alice n, after visiting their son, Ed risonhave returned to their home in Morrison in Owensboro. Mor-Irvingto- j t Miss Evelyn Hints Milliner Cloverport, Ky. Io j Ind., spent the mother, Mrs. L. insburg. week-en- d C. of Madison, with her Payne, of Hard- White Rock Eggs from Fishel's sick list last week. IWdnthc-WorlStrain. $2.00 and $2 CO Mr. Sherman Gipson left Thursday per 13. Baby chicks 25c earh. Mrs. Frank Mattingly, The Castle, Cloverport, Ky. morning for Rockport, Ind., to work. Little Allen Gipson, who has been FOX SALE One J. I. Case 12 horsepower Mrnm traction engine. In good shatv. Fur- sick for some time is able to be out. ther particulars write Will French, Mystic, Mr. Frank Roberts was in Owensd Mrs. Forrest Wcatherholt and children, spent Easter with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Jacob Wcathcr-holof Holt. Mr. Stoy Stevenson, of Leitchfleld, spent Easter with Miss Rosa Adams. Mr. Mug Bcavin, of Balltowu was taken ill Saturday night at Mr. and Mrs Elec Hall's. Little Robert Askins, who has been sick for some time is able to be out again Miss Katie Mattingly was on the d, Primrose Separators Wc have just received a limited shipment of Primrose Separators and can give immediate delivery as long as they last after that, wc can't promise So with fresh cows and summer pasturage in sight it will pay you to order your Primrose NOW. B. F. BEARD & CO. boro, last week. I V. G. Babbage writes deeds, J I i Mrs. Mike Hamman'and grandMiss Emily Reid and Mrs. Miller daughter, Miss Lena May, were in ? , Ferry spent Easter in Louisville, visit- - Louisville Easter, visiting relatives, (!e. Ifn.lkn fice T?fir1'c eiclur ftlcr ooo Reid. Mr. Jesse Owen, of Louisville, has T returned after a short visit with his Mrs. Eldred A. Babbage left Mo- mother, Mrs. J. T. Owen, nday for Earlington, where she will ooo spend several weeks during the abThe Sugar Creek Creamery Co., sence of her mother, Mrs. H. W. Rog- Cloverport, is now paying 63c for buters, who goes to Camp Dodge, Iowa, ter fat Adv. to visit Major Rogers. Mrs. Jesse Baucum and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Worden have Miss Margaret Baucum spent Saturreturned to their home in Glen Rock, day and Sunday in Owensboro with CARD OF THANKS Wyoming, after a short visit with Mrs. Baucum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Worden's brother, Mr. W. J. Thos. Faith. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Beauchamp, of ooo Worden, and Mrs. Worden. Mrs. Stanley Jones and Miss Lelia Hardinsburg desire to thank their ooo Mr. Leo Palmier has returned to Tucker will go to Louisville, Wed- neighbors and friends for the kindness and sympathy extended them in his home in East St. Louis, after nesday shopping. ooo the death of their mother, Mrs. Mary being the guest of Mrs. Palmier at Mr. andi Mrs. John Lawson and Jarboe. the home ofjier parents, Mr. and Mrs. children, Master John Arthur and J. R. Sanders. Miss Louise Lawson, were in Louis- 'HILL ITEMS 's Mr. Walter .Carey, of Cast St. ville, Easter the guests of Mr. Miss Dolly Burke returned from Louis, was the guest of Mr. Joe Sanparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Louisville, Wednesday morning after ders, last week. Lawson. a visit with her brother, James Burke Mrs. Hoffious Bchen will be hosMr. and Mrs. W. J. Worden went and family. She was accompanied tess to the Wednesday Club this week. to New Albany, Saturday where they home by Mrs. Burke and children, will be Kiiests of their daughter, Mrs. James, Jr., and Dick. K Mrs. Dixie Havnes has returned to John Kirkhanv and Mr. Kirkham, for Mrs. Charlie Keil spent Wednesday in Louisville the guest of her sister, her home in Louisville, after spending a short visit. ooo Miss Jane Hambleton. a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Hoffious Behen. and Mr. Behen. Charlie Morton moved into Mrs. Miss Tane Lightfoot. who is a stud Sallie Morton's house vacated by Kent Pate. Mrs. Roy Mattingly was in Louisville, Monday shopping. Mr. Kent Pate moved over on the Bishoo hill last Friday. Rob Wilson is engaged in business o- -Law-sonI Billy Brown was the guest of Miss Lelia Tucker, Sunday. ooo Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whitehouse, of West Point and Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sawyer were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe J. Sawyer, Sunday. ooo x Mrs. Hoffious Behcn and daughter, Miss Marian Behen, were in Louisville, Saturday. Mr. Victor Hagman, of Skillman, went to Owensboro, Friday to attend the automobile show, o o Miss Zivola Kramer, of Louisville, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kramer, Sunday. Mrs. Mill Gillion FOR SAI r 1 Big Bone Poland China boar, two cows to be fresh soon. R. P. Miller, Sample, last week. Kirk, Ky. FOR SALE Two good fresh milk cows, one) a registered Jersey, Mrs. Charles Bohler, Ky. was visiting in SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS FOR SALE Old newspapers, 5c a bunch. Breckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky. FOR Remington typewriter No. tl, Further information call or write The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. SALE Remodeled. Good as new. Special for the baby This week we are showing a nice assortment of baby wear. Sure to please the mothers. Cute caps and the nicest little sacques and dresses. The Jiffy pant entirely new soft sole shoes. Rompers for the older children from to six. Dresses for the girls. 2 FOR SALE Thompsons Barred Rock Imperial Ringlet Kggs. Good hatches and safe arrival guaranteed. Mrs. F. C. English, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages. The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE 200 acres of timber, a large portion Beech, also 100 acres of hill land lying near Chenault, Ky. M. J. Robertson, Frymire, Ky. " FOR SALE Son go into the garden and bring me a New Guinea Bean. Yes mother, but where is the wheelbarrow? Wonderful new vegetable product, grows 3 to 5 ft. long weighs 10 to 15 lbs. Trial pkg. of seed by mail 12c. Edward Gregory, Cloverport, Ky., Box FOR SALE Home grown seel corn, specially selected from stalks of good sound corn and well developed ears. Producing two rnrs to the stalk. Have limited quantity for sale at $:l 50 per bushel Send your o'rders to Woosley & Son, Webster, Ky. FOR SALE Two lots with houses and other buildings, located on Bishop Hill, near Horace Newton's and Robert Moorman's. This property can be bougnt at a reasonable price. Ask or write Jno. D. HablMge, Cloverport, Ky. LET US SHOW YOU WANTED WANTED Female white help for attendants and various positions. Write to Superintendent stating age and past employment. Youth, Indiana Schoot for Ft. Wayne, Indiana. Feeble-Minde- J. C. NOLTE & BRO., Cloverport, Ky. Do you shave yourself? $5.00 - - $5.00 1.00 1.00 -j - - - - - 1.00 $1.25 to $3.00 - 10c to $1.75 '- . We are headquarters for razors and supplies. Razor Gillette Razor Ever-Read- y Razor Gem Razor Durham Duplex Razor Old Style Razors Brushes Auto-Stro- p 9. .'... J. F. Dutschke, Holt, Ky. Louisville, Mrs. Arthur Perry, of Louisville, WANTED Woman to do general housework j fo- - a family of two. Apply to Mrs. Hannah was nere last wee io see .urs. joe Hirdin, Holt, Ky. Getting. Mrs. Hamman accompanied by her MISCELLEANIOUS r, Miss Lena May left Ham-man- 's GAPE CURE ,& WHITE DIARRHEA CURE Saturday for a visit to Mrs cure, or money daughters, Mrs. Boufner and Guaranteed25ctoeach. Free literature.refunded. Agents By mail. Mrs. Gibson. make big money. Address, National Gape Cure Co., Brandenburg, Ky. Mr., and Mrs. Jess Isom attended the funeral of Mrs. Sahlic's father, IIOLSTEIN BULL The dairy business Mr. Burdette, of Hites Run. pays. Increase your milk yield. Breed your Born to the wife of Charlie Worley cows to a registered Holstein Bull. See on Friday, twin baby girls. J. R. Eskrldge, Hardinsburg, Ky. in grand-daughte- I WANTED 100 head of hogs 1'ght feeders. Veteran Operator Sees Great Opportunities TAKEN FROM OIL WORLD Bowling Green, Ky., March 20, 1020. To the Editor of the Oil World The oil industry of Kentucky has just started in for the biggest boom that Kentucky has ever known. There are more producers coming into Kentucky 10 to 1 than came in the last year, and the big boom has not really started yet. The roads in some places are almost impassable for travel. I am stopping here at the Mansard hotel, Bowling Green, Kentucky, and when you see the house crowded and all their annexes crowded, and people sleeping in the halls, and getting rooms anywhere they can get accommodations, and then see the large number of automobiles that leave here early in the morning on pleasant days to go in the different directions to take the oil men, together with their superintendents, to look after their properties, one gets some idea of what may be expected when the real boom is on. In Kentucky This Spring OF ISSUE MARCH 27, 1920. wells for one chance in the Texas or Oklahoma fields. If they get a dry hole in Texas or Oklahoma.lt means a loss from $20,000 to $100.00, but in Kentucky it means a loss of only $80u to $1,300. And when you realize that the average is better than four oil wells out of five drilled, this is the place for a man to put his money, and the way the oil man are coming in from the other oil fields and buying leases and developing them proves their faith in it.. The after it is the positive proof, real oil that they obtain by going The oil development is scarcely on the surface yet in Kentucky. There are 120 counties in this state, and the writer believes, from the best information he can get that there will be nearly 100 of them as big producers in the near future as the two counties above mentioned. And when you think of the leases that were bought from $1 to $10 two years ago, and how some of them have since slid from $100 to $1,000, that were bargains at that it shows what opportunity there is for those who wish to invest in oil. . Oil that was selling last year at $2.20 now is selling at $3 45, and it will sell for $0.00 before next January as the consumption of oil is fast exceeding' the output at the rate of nearly 30,000,000 barrels a year; and with the increased consumption of gasoline that will be caused by the extra automobiles and tractors that will be in use, not to mention the licomotives and steamships, the don. sumption in the next five years will be greatly increased. Your friend and Dr. W. W. C. Spencer. BARREN CO., KY.. COMPLETIONS. well-wishe- FARMERS ORGANIZATIONS wW A survey made by the Bureau of i'Margetsia few years ago showed that Administrator's Sale! Blades of all kinds. Mermen's, Colgate's, Williams' and "Nyal sticks, creams and powders. there were approximately 12,500 farmers' purchasing and marketing or- Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky ganizations in this country. These included grain warehouses Etc. Plain and elevators, creameries and cheese Jamts T. Skillman's Guardian and UK, factories, stores, and cotton, and live Against stock associations. PAYS OUT $610 FOR PRODUCE. Emma H. Sklllmin'i Administrator, Defendant Equity No. 3947 Weddings THE Cloverport, DRUG STORE Kentucky Six Men On One Equal to 5,000 Lbs, on One Buggy boggy wheel, picked at random from carload lot. They put their com. feined weight oa tha rim. When they stepped off the wheel sprang back to its original aha without crack, break, or even a bit of loosening at the bub. That's the kind of quality you get ia every part el the Aroc per. oaally guaranteed buggies and urriea. That cut was made from an actual photograph of 6 Ames workmen putting tke "third degree" test to an untired Ames the ' VHrttM ttftlB y HJri HvM S a4 th Amu Hirt bow strong, snappy, stylish, llfbt Come running, aad easy riding toa Ames rtslly is. E. A. HARDESTY, STXPKSNtPORT, KY. Kentucky Creameries closed SaturBy virtue of a Judgement and Order day night with 75 cases of eggs in the house, having bought 100 cases of of Sale of Ireckinridge Circuit Court, eggs during the day; also 470 lbs. rendered at February Term therojf, poultry and 40 gallons of cream. 1020, in the above cause, for the sale Checks for poultry and eggs were Hereinafter described property, and written to the amount of $010. all costs herein, I shall proceed to e door offer for sale at the GOES WITH L. & N. R. R. in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, Joseph H. Ballman, who has been at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday attending New Albany Commercial the 20th, day of April 1020, at one College, has accepted a position as interline clerk for the New Orleans o'clock P. M., or thereabout (being division of L. & N R. R., Louisville. County Court day,) upon a credit of Three Months the following describREV. NALL TO PREACH ed property, HERE SUNDAY, APRIL 11. "Twenty Four Shares of the Capital of Stock of The Breckinridge-Ban- k Rev. I. C. Nail, of Irvine, Ky., has Cloverport, of Par Value of Fifty been called to preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening, Dollars Each Certificate Nos. 15 & y April 11. , 17, issued to the said Emma H. Railway Bond, Forty years, and MRS. WEISENBERG CLOSING man, deceased. Also One Louisville OUT 5 AND IOC STORE. bearing four and per cent Weisenberg, who for interest; said interest payable March Mrs. Emma seventeen years has owned and man- 1st, and September 1st, of each year. aged the 5 and 10c store in this city, Said bond issued 1000 and due 1040. is closing out her stock and will retire A further description may be had by fiom business in a short time Mrs calling on the undersigned AdminisWmenbery has only a small stock of trator. Goods left which she is selling out For the purchase price, the purchgnJually. She has been very success ful in the business having the only aser, with approved surety or securistore of its kind h Cloverport. ties, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale uptil HAD RAFT OF 400 SAW LOGS paid and having the force and effect Lien retained to seLast week while Clover Creek was of a judgement. payment of purchase money. Bidover its banks Mr. W, J. Worden had cure a raft of 400 saw logs in the water ders will be prepared to comply which he had purchased near Honey promptly with these terms. Locust Creek and took advantage of Lee Walls, the high water in bringing .them down Admr. of Emma H. Skillman's Estate. Clover Creek, Mr. Worden had the f logs sawed into lumber at Mr; GarStandard-bre- d fowls produce unfield .Burden's saw mill, and' he has already marketed the greater part of iform products which bring higher prices. Court-Housto-w- it: Skill-Cit- one-ha- lf They have brought in during the last six weeks about ten'or fifteen large wells in Allen and Warren counties, and as soon as the condition of the roads is such that actual work can be started, and when drilling under contracts that have now been made commences, the general public will be surprised at the number of big wells' that will be brought in' every week. I do not suppose it is generally known that the Sledge wells in Allen county are the largest shallow .wells in the United States, if not in the world. They have four wells that will produce over 2,000 barrels per day, and only drilled in at the depth of about 300 feet. The writer owned one property in Allen county on which a well had been drilled for water, which was Seven wells were drilled in Bar- only 27 feet, and there were hun dreds of barrels of oil shipped from ren county during the past week it for five or six years. In some all reported good, three on the places you can almost dig an oil Mag Lawerence farm, two on the well with a posthole digger, and the adjoining farm, one on the Duncan public is commencing to realize that lease, and two more in the Steffey in Kentucky they can have from 20 pool. Three more rigs were unto 60 chances by putting in 20 to 00 loaded Saturday. Oil World. No better opportunity can be offered than our investment. Stock $1.00 per share. Leases right in the midst of best territory. r. I KENTUCKY. SOUTHERN OIL COMPANY INBORPOftATKO -- )7H MtU MVIHEftN UN. - LMMIVtUE, KENTUCKY PAGE 8 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY APRIL 7,' 1 DONT II HOW TO LOWER YOUR MEAT BILLS Hints From the Department of Jus tice I MEREDITH, NEW SEC. OF AGRICULTURE SAYS U. S. IS GOING TO STAY DRY. Mr E. T. Meredith, who has recently been appointed Secretary, of publisher "Successful Agriculture, Farming," from which we clip the following significant editorial. "Wc have no apologies or regrets for the part Successful Farming took in the campaign to make booze an unlawful drink We rejoice that the United States is dry or speedily go- ,ing dry. There will, be some bootleg ging ana moonsmniiig, 01 tuuisc, just as there arc some murders and g robberies in spite of the years that these have been outlawed, but on the whole the country will be to all practical purposes dry. "Never before has there been such Christmas buying as this season. Never before have the calls for charity hpen so few in the poor districts of the large cities, in spite of the extremely high prices for everything and the scarcity of coal. "There are two answers to the why of it: General prosperity due to high wages. But high wages alone will not do it. Labor is continually complaining that wages arc not sufficient to pay the increased prices. The foundation cause is the same cause which put the Iowa inebriate hospital out of use lack of booze. "A dollar spent for booze docs not pay for groceries and other necessities. The higher the nay the more the boozer boozed. His family bene-- 1 fited little or none. Iowa took care in a hospital of her for inebriates. When there ceased to be drunks, the hospital closed. When the workman's dollar could not be spent for booze, it went for family necessities. Every merchant will tell you that more families now pay for what they get than ever before. The country has gone dry. After a fair trial of prosperity and happiness without making fools of ourselves under the influence df booze, the United States are going to stay dry." Successful Farming. age-lon'booze-fighter- s' "3lyoa are troubled with pains cr 3k3k; feel tired; have headache, l vt k i l i Cuts That Cost Less Have High Food to the parts in which the muscels arc I constantly used. Value. In a beef animal of 800 pounds From Maine to California women about 75 pourds arc tender meat, the digestion, foaomnk; painful pass- composed of of urine, you will find relief in purchase meat in pratically the same loin in the hind quarter single steaks sirloin, porterhouse and way Nine out of ten have learned fore quarter the price for years, as do some even now, that and the prime of ribs and fore quarter. ribs of the and the more expensive and most tender These two commercial cuts being the cuts of meat must naturally be most most tender arc most in demand and nutritious and that the cheaper and every butcher, no matter what the lotougher cuts arc to be discarded or cality, will tell you he has no difficulty left with the butcher to dispose of,1 difficulty not realizing if they purchase only the, in disposing of them. The lies in the Th world'a standard remedy or kidney, tender cuts, he must keep the prices as the selling meat cheaper cuts as well portions. extra Htmv bladder and uric acid troubles and high enough to cover the loss of what selling the national Remedy of Holland since 1C96. isn't sold. Our leading dietitans ofj The greatest trouble inthe fact that Guaranteed. today are teaching the women that the cheaper cuts comes from Three sizes, all druggists. cook laelc far Ike bum GeU MU1 oa ercir tox tougher cuts of 'meat arc exactly as. women do not know how to long palatable. A them to make and accept bo Imitation nutritious as wic more tenner, 11 1101 slow cooking isthem secret of convertmore so. because the blood is drawn ing tough meat the delightfully teninto I der roasts or steaks. Excellent dishes may be served from flank, chuck, rump steak or neck, providing the meat is carefully seasoned, seared to seal in the juices and then cook to a delicate brown. This necessitates a moderate temperature. Just as many tender expensive steaks arc ruined in cooking by keeping on the fire too long; tougher ones are condemned because of the lack of the proper cooking. Whereas a long slow cooking will ruin a porterhouse, it only adds to the excellent qualities of a rump or round steak. For every meat animal handled there is a heart, liver, kidney, tripe, tongue, sweetbread, tail and head to be used. We know that an animal has to have a neck, fore and hind shanks legs and shoulders to hold together the choice loin and ribs. What is true of the cuts, of beef is likewise true of other meats. Beef a la Mode. Three pounds of either of the following cuts, chuck, brisket, rump, neck or hanging tenderloin will make a splendid dish treated as follows: Crush half a dozen kernels of black to load from the front to the rear any user of the John pepper with as many cloves. Rub this because of the high drive wheels and well into the meat. Skewer or tie Spreader and he and roller bearings it is light draft the .meat together as for a pot roast will tell you it is the best a most valuable combination. and put into a crock with one small machinery investment he ever bit No clutches no chains few onion, sliced, one sliced carrot, aAdd .made not only because it saves of thyme and three bay leaves. adjustments to cause trouble and liard work and valuable time, water it is extremely simple only about a cupful of vinegar andstand inenough a cool to barely cover and let but because it makes every half the parts that ore necessary oa place for 24 hours. When thoroughly forkful of manure count for a the ordinary spreader. marinated, remove the meat from the bigger crop yield. The main working parts are liquor and sear on all sides in a pan of hot vegetable shortening. Sprinkle Manure goes farther and does mounted on the rear axle, where they a tablcspoonful of flour over the meat cannot get out of line to cause bindmore good when you use a John and gradually pour the liquor and ing, heavy draft and breakage. You can spread Deere Spreader. seasoning, adding salt, over the meat. manure evenly, heavy or light The beater drive is much like Add a pint of boiling water. Allow all or no the simple to boil up, then set to simmer until spots. The gears are enclosed and run in an meat is done, turning frequently. Come in and see this better oil bath. When beef is done, strain the remainspreader. Here are a few things ing liquid and add cooked carrots, There are so many other good about its operating advantages wc turnips and small onions. Let cook features about this spreader that we want to show you. three minutes and poor aver the meat want you to see it. You will quickly Serve with plain boiled potatoes. You get a low down spreader see why there are so many satisfied Table Showing Caloric Value with high drive wheels. It is easy users of John Deere spreaders. of Commercial Cuts of Beef. Calories Inexpensive Come in the Next Time You Are in Town Per lb. Cuts. 875 Shank 950 Round 1,400 Rump FORDSV1LLE PLANING MILL COMPANY 1,240 Flank Jake Wilson, Mgr. 1,285 Plate 1,105 Chuck Fordsville, Kentucky. - 840 Shoulder and clod DESPAIR COLD MEDAL Bred Gilts for Sale BRED TO FARROW IN APRIL When you can save all the pigs, these gilts are good individuals of the very best breeding that I have been able to buy at any price, and bred to a son of Black Price the 1018 Grand Champion of the world and Big Uncle Sam by Big Buster by Giant Buster, The Epoch Maker, the latter hog is the largest boa' that I have ever seen for his age and I have looked over some of the very best ones. These hogs arc priced right, regular breeders stuff at farmers prices that we can all afford to pay. Eanal , If you want a herd boar that will put you in the limelight, a real boar, a son of Black Price, this is breeding that you cannot find anywhere else at three times the price that I am asking for him a great pig for some one that needs him at a bargain. This pig is right for hard service about eleven months old. CEDAR HILL FARM VIC PILE, Manager HARNED, KENTUCKY It Makes Every Forkful of Manure Count for a Bigger Yield TWO MOST POPULAR MOVIE STARS ARE MARRIED. Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, two of the most popular moving picture stars in the world, were married in Los Angeles, Calif., Sunday, March 30. Each have been divorced, Mrs. Fairbanks obtaining her's just recently. The salaries that Mr and Mrs. Fairbanks make as' movie stars are said to be enormous. WARRANTS AGAINST STATE TOTAL $3,270,950.60 ?Hl ASK THE UNIVERSAL CAft self-starti- ng . under-fertilize- d over-fertiliz- triple-geare- d horse-powe- r. Frankfort, Ky., March 31 Outstanding warrants on the Treasurer of Kentucky amounted to $3,370.9."iO 00 today and the cash balance in the treasury $583,032.27, which was distributed as follows: General expense fund, $309,383 37; school fund, $116,500.77; sinking fund $17,318.85; road fund, $140,708.28. Checks were sent out previously to the University of Kentucky for 39 and to Eastern State Normal and Western State Normal each $2,109.43, leaving no balance for those institutions in the treasury. $5,-90- The Ford Sedan, with electric and lighting system and demountable rims with tires front and rear, is a family car jjf class and comfort, both in summer and in winter. For touring it is a most comfortable car. The large plate glass windows make it an open car when desired, while in case of rain and all inclement weather, it can be made a most delightful f, closed car in a few minutes. fine upholstering, broad, roomy seats. Simple in operation. Anybody can safely drive it. While it lias all the distinctive and economical merits of the Ford car in operation and maintenance. Won't you come in and look it ch Rain-proo- T, dust-proo- over? a T. J. HOOK Hardinsburg, Ky G HER INCLINATION. Je- r."r - Neck Expensive Cuts Loin Prime ribs "How about your poem, Vanessa?" "The editor returned it with re, 1,070 grets." "Regrets?" Calories "Yes; with so many regrets that I Per lb.. feel tempted to send it to him again." 1,190 1,450 Courier-Journa- --- --- l. LALLEY LIGHT and POWER Use Shank Stews, casserole, soup stock Round Steaks.roasts, stews, braising Rump Steaks, roasts, braising stews Flanks Steaks or made dishes Plate Stews, pot roast, boiling, soup corning. Chuck Stews, roasts, steaks, boiling Shoulder and clod Steaks, stews, roasts Neck Cteaks, soups, braising, corning Loin Steaks and roasts Prime ribs Roasts piece "Let's top it off with a good smoke" and flavor. In Chesterfields the finest of silky, aromatic Turkish and rich, mellow Domestic tobaccos are blended to bring out a new and finer quality of flavor. Chesterfields for genuinely "satisfying" body i the spot like NOTHING touchesnothing can, a good and touch Chesterfield It is Costing You Money Not to Have a Lalley It it an actual fact that any farmer i losing money by not having Lalley Electric Light and Power. You lose money in the comfort and convenience which the Lalley would give you and your family. You loie money in the time the Lalley would eave in the farm work. You lose money in the labor the Lalley would actually eave. All thec thing! are worth money; and if you do not economize in them, you are the loser. The Lalley IS an economy. It DOES pay for itself by what it saves. It IS an investment, not merely an expense. owners know these things are Thousands of Lalley-Ligtrue, and they have said so over and over again. There can be no doubt now, after ten years of use, that the Lalley plant is right. Neither can there be any doubt that it does its work with extraordinary efficiency and extraordinary economy. PHILIPINE PINEAPPLES SUPERIOR TO HAWAIIAN. New York City, Mar, 31. The Abucay Pineapple Plantation at Abu-caBataan, in the Philippines, has developed a plantation 01 pineapples covering more than thirty hectares, on twenty hectares of which fruit will be gathered this year, from May to the first week in August. This is a new industry in the Philippines, but has reached the stage where, its owners say, a success is assured. The quality and quantity of pineapples yielded are superior to those of Hawaiian plantations, where fortunes have been made in the pineapple canning industry. The fresh fruit market will be catered to first, but the company is also prepared to can its product. y, Now you know why Chesterfields "Satisfy!" And because this blend is exclusive and cannot be copied, only Chesterfields can "satisfy!" Each package is wrapped in moisture-proo- f, glassine paper that keeps all of the original flavor intact. 9 ml 1 J CHAIN OF AMERICAN HOTELS FOR ORIENT. Shanghai Announcement has been made that an American corporation has been formed for the purpose of constructing a chain of large hotels in important cities of the Far East, among them Shanghai, Manila, Hong- LalitytiiU it a eonpUU unit ftiuralor ll-tf- ll villi tiaratt batttry. II tupflui amplt tUetri ity for liiktt, xcattr tvxiiru, Ixtijxr. cttam KaiAtnf fnp,Mpora(or,aiuaf aiiU, iron, ite. fifiM and kong, Singapore and Yokohama. The hotel at Yokohama is to be the first built, and plans are now under way for its construction. It will have all the modern conveniences of the best American hotels. 120 STUDENTS PLEDGED AS MISSIONARIES. FORDSVILLE FORDSVILLE, PLANING MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY JAKE WILSON, Manager One hundred and twenty students from six States headed the call for Christian service and pledged themselves as missionaries in foreign fields at the Baptist Students Congress held in Louisville, Thursday of last week. Half of this" number of volunteers are students in Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and in the Women's Baptist school of Louisville. Others are students jn seminaries in Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Illinois and Missouri HHIHIHHHHHHmnhHp ' "m ;f ' REESE Lt.lNt 4 days, $2.00 J. B. Carman, Elec. Com., THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Claim itemized - - Z, C. Hendrick, Elec. Com., 4 days Q $3.00 - - - Geo. E. Bess, Elec. Com., 4 days, ( -- PROCEEDINGS Of The Breckinridge County Fiscal CouFt. At a reglilar term of the Crcckin- ridge Fiscal Court, held In and for Breckinridge County, at the court .house in Hardinsburg, on Monday, Jctober 27. 1910. Present Hon. S. 13. Payne, P. J. B. C. and the following named Justices of the Peace. Esq. Robbius, Esq Kccnan, Esq. Bennett and Esq. McCoy. It is ordered and directed that the following claims be and they are here-b- y The Breckenridgc News, allowed. Claim itemized 50.08 8.00 8.00 8.00 -- $2.00 W. W. Waggoner Cloverport No. 3 J. E. Black W. A. Purcell S. Dabbage L. R. Pate VV. R. Tk Polk D. H. Severs W pernio Mfg. Co., Claim ... - $325.80 itemized Elliott Fisher Co., Claim itemized Bradley Gilbert Co., Claim itemized Standard Printing Co., PERMANENT DENTIST 10.25 G. P. Macey 0.00 111.18 307.05 itemized 7.50 Esn. Bennett, holding inquest It is ordered and directed that the following election officers for the August, Primary 1010, be and they are hereby allowed the following claims towit: Hardinsburg No. 1 Harry T. Bates - - - - $2.00 - 2.00 M. E. Mattingly 2.00 D. McGary 2 00 Ed. Anthony Hardinsburg, No. 2 2 00 Albert Tucker 2.Q0 V. VV. Smith ----, A. T. Beard, Clerk, claim Stephensport Wm. Gilbert Jesse Walls Wm. Gibson E. L. Dowell - .... .... .... ,- 2.00 iR. M. 2.00 I !- 3.6O Horace McCoy Cart Walls 2.00 3.60 2.00 3.60 3.60 2.00 3.60 2.00 2.00 4.40 2.00 4.40 5 20 - Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. Specializing In Trial Practice MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 20 1606-7-- 8 Inter-Souther- n Building LOUISVILLE More Than Years Experience Paul Chambliss Hardinsburg No. 3 J. C Dowcll A. G. Whitfield Sam Marshall - -' - T. Z. Allen ' Hardinsburg No. 4 W. J. Hall C. L. Miller P. M. Shrcwsbcrry Ticc Hendrick Balltown J. R. Kccnan W. B. Taul Geo. H. Newman B. F. Frank .Cloverport No. 1 H. L. Morton Casper Gregory ---L. V. Chapin J. E. Wcatherholt Cloverport No. 2 -L 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2 00 3.40 2.00 3.40 2.00 2.00 3.G0 Cunningham Frymirc Will Cunningham E. B. Frymire Webster R. D. StClair W. E. Compton Berry Norton Irvington -, J. H. Lyons Chas Gross R. A. Kascy D. W. Henry G B. J. G. S. W. Bassett ' W. E. Walls W. H. Beauchamp H. A. Basham Mooleyville. Union Star Bewleyville. ... - Big Springs Russcau Farrow C. C. Martin 3.C0 W. T. Morris. N. B. Beard --- Gilbert Kascy G. O. Blandford Z. T. Stith Smos S. Sipes .... .... ... -- .... ... ... T. E Yates Will Cunningham Webster J. Q. Woosley H. C. Stewart O. M. Parks Mike Lyddan Irvington. Chas Gross Herbert Ncel J. B. Herndon Jno Akcrs --. Mooleyville .... .... - tftifr. 4.40 4.40 2.00 ' PRESIDENT WILt GO, TO HIS SUMMER HOME SEVERAL WEEKS EARLIER. ....... 2.00 2.00 5.20 3 60 2.00 3.60 - 4.40 2 00 2.00 - 4.40 4.30 2.00 2.00 4.30 5.20 2.00 2.00 5.20 - Geo.'N. Hams - - 3.00 We are Now Buying Butter for the Sugar Creek Qreamery Co. We are paying in cash the highest market prices. We guarantee all (ft tests to be correct. We give correct weights. We invite you to call for our best market prices each day. We buy poultry, eggs and produce. We pay daily market prices. ''"- -'- o ' r -"- - - - - t SUGAR WALTER CREEK CREAMERY CO. CLOVERPORT, KY. H0L0ER, Manager Mii PUBLIC SALE! i I will offer at Public Sale at my farm, four miles from Stephensport and six miles from Cloverport, Hudsonvillc 2.00 Sylvertcr Oliver 4.G0 Jno. Blair 4.C0 Jesse Robinson --G. H. Royalty 2.00 Mook 3.00 Wade Pile --D. H. Webster 2.00 2 00 M. Drane 3.90 P. C. Laslie Custer 2.00 Allic Alexander 4.30 J. L. Lyons 2.00 A. L. Lynch 4.30 Thos Mitchcm McDaniels 4.40 Joe T. Sands 2.00 M. M Mercer - 2.00 J. S. Noblctt - 4.40 J. W. Carwile Glen Dean. - - - - - 2.00 W. K Cannon - 4.10 T N. Fentress - 2.00 W. R. Moorman, Jr., E. J. Scaton ,4.10 Rockvale 4.30 Henry Cary 2J0 J. T White 2.00 W. W. Baxter - 4 30 S. E Edwards Houses For August 1919 Primary. Hardinsburg No. 1, J. C. Sills - $3.00 Hardinsburg No. 2, Masonic Lodge CO Hardinsburg No. 3 Mrs. H. C. 3.00 Murray Hardinsburg No. 4 Alf Taylor - 3 00 Balltown, B. F. Frank - - - 3.00 Cloverport No. 1 P Keith - - 3.00 Cloverport No. 2, A. Dent - - 3.00 Cloverport No 3, Cloverport 3.00 Lodge - 2.00 Stephensport, City Hall Union Star, H. L. Bruner - - 2.00 - - 2.00 Mooleyville. E. F. Eggart - 2.00 Webster, M W6odman - - 3.00 Irvington, Newt Gardner - 2.00 Bewleyville, W. W. Keith - 2.00 Big Spring, J. H. Meador Custer, Custer Lodge - - - 2 00 Hudson, J. H. Comer - - - 2.00 2.00 Mook, Joe Arms McDaniels, Dr. Hart - - - 2.00 - 2.00 Glen Dean, E. L. Robertson Rockvale, M. L. Harl - - - 2.50 It is ordered and directed that the following Election officers of the May Road Election be and they aje hereby allowed the following claims towit: Hardinsburg No. 1 2.00 Moorman Ditto G. A. Wright 2.00 2.00 W. A. Skillman -- .... .... -- ... v -- v- .... IJ Thursday, April 1- -2 15 Four head Horses; one young horse 4 years old, 15 hands high work any place; one pair big heavy mules, 9 years old; one milch cow; three head spotted Poland China kogs; two sows and one boar, all registered. Two good buggies; one good wagon; farming plements and household goods. corn and fodder. 100 bushels im- of Hardinsburg No. 2 F. C. Ruppert Taylor Beard Taylor Meador G. P. Macey. Hardinsburg No. 3 J. C. Dowcll Chas Rurham Herbert Jarboe R. R. Compton Hardinsburg No. 4 J. M. Skillman Alex Hall W. J. Hall C. F. Tinius Balltown T. M. Bates M. W. Moorman B. F. Frank Geo. W. Newman Cloverport No. 1 H. L. Morton H. L. Waggoner T. M. Roberts Cloverport No. 2 Allen Jennings W. W. Waggoner R. T. Polk D. H. Severs Cloverport No. 2 - - -J. E. Black C. G. Brabandt B. F. Squires Stephensport -Jesse Walls --S. B. Laslie W. M. Bibson J. H. Miller - - -Union Star G. D. Lawson -- C. M. Miller .... .... .... .... ... .... - 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 Amos Sines Gilbert Kascy - - . . Z. T. Stith G. O. Blandford Big Springs N. B. Board 5.20 M. C. Amnions 2.00 W. T. Morris 5.20 C. C. Martin 2.00 Custer Boyd Butler 2.00 Allic Alexander 2. 00 E. O. Lyons 4.30 - 4 30 Ernest Meador Hudson S. W. Amies 4.00 F. Mercer 2.00 M. B. LeGrand 4.60 G. H. Royalty 2.00 Mook -D. D. Webster 3.90 -O. N. Pile 2.00 Wade Pile 3.90 Claude Smith 2.00 McDaniels - 4.40 A. C. Glasscock Joe Glasscock - - - - - 2 00 4,40 Ticc McCoy E. A. Moore 2.00 Glen Dean Gid Seaton 2.00 T. N. Fentress 4.10 W. L. Cannon 4.10 W. R. Moorman, Jr. 2.00 Rockvale 1 - 4.30 Henry Cary - 2 00 Luther Ashley - 4 30 E. C. Burton W. W. Baxter 2 00 Houses For May Road Election. Hardinsburg No. 1, J. C. Sills - $3 00 Hardinsburg No. 2, Masonic Temple 3.00 Hardinsburg No. 3, Mrs. H. C. Murray 3 00 Hardinsburg No. 4, Alf Taylor - 3 00 3.00 Balltown, B. I. I rank Cloverport No. 1, Proctor Keith 3 00 3 00 Cloverport No. 2, Abner Dent Cloverport No. 3, C'port Lodge 3 00 Stephensport, City Hall 2.00 2.00 Union Star, H. L. Bruner Mooleyville, E. F. Eggart 2 00 2.00 Webster, M. Woodman 3 00 Irvington, Newt Gardner Bewleyville, W. W. Keith 2.00 Big Spring, J. H. Meador 2 00 2.00 Custer, Custer Lodge 2.00 Hudson, Jno. Comer 2 00 Mook, Joe Armes 2.00 McDaniels.Dr. Hart 2.00 Glen Dean, E. L. Robertson -- 2.50 Rockvale, M. L. Harl On motion duly made, seconded and carried it is ordered that court adjourn till 9:00 o'clock a. m. tomorrow. S. B. Payne Judge. At a regular term of Breckinridge Fiscal Court, continued and held in and for Breckinridge county at the court house in Hardinsburg, at the court house on Tuesday, Oct. 28th, 1919. Present: Hon. S. B. Payne, P. J. B. C, and the following named Justices of the Peace. Esq. Robbins, Keenan, McCoy, Bennett and Heron. On motion duly made seconded and carried it is ordered that court until 9:00 o clock tomorrow. S. B. Payne, Judge At a regular term of the Breckin ridge county Fiscal Court continued and held in and for Breckinridge county at the court house in Hardinsburg, on Wednesday, October 29, 1919, Present Hon. S. B. Payne, P. J. B. C. and the following named Justices of the Peace. Esq. Robbins, Keenan, McCoy, Bennett and Heron It is ordered that the following claims be and they are hereby al- Bewleyville ..... ..... .... ..... .... ..... ---- llambleton, Will Logsdon, Lode Askins Number of Paupers in Poor House being cared for outside of Poor House 5.20 since Oct. 1, 1018. Lee Horslcy, George Brown, Carol$5.20 ine Brackston, Mollic Bland, Lizzie Lee Horslcy, Pleasant 2.00 Warfield, 3.60 Heath, Mrs. Gilliam!, Amctius AnderBen F. Graham, Amy Keys, 3.60 son, Mrs. - 2.00 Mrs. Everett Mintcr, J. W. Hultz, Fralzer Brown, John R. Elder, John Henry, Powers and wife, Rhoda Tay4.40 lor, Joe Ball, Harriett Jordon, Mrs. 2,00 Polly Davis, Mrs. Edward Meador, 4.40 Samuel Smith Corbit Ammons, Henry :.00 Krouch, Lucinda Thomas, Will Hampton, Mrs. Willie Kcnnison, Alice 2.00 Gibbons, Dave Claycomb, William j 2.00 Slaughter, Lyda Adkisson, Beulah 4.30 Roberts, Grand Children, temporary, - 4 30 Charles Stewart. (To be continued) CONCERNING A NEIGHBOR'S CHICKENS. !, ..... .... -- ..... To The Sun and New York Herald: What are, the rulings of law and custom in regard to the encroachment and damage done by the neighbor's hens? Should one fence in his property, shoot the birds or simply shoo them off and tamely submit, pocket the lrss and endure the nuisance; in other words, grin and bear it? Or should one set the dog on them? Norfolk, Conn., March 31. John Smith OR BELONGING TO A UNION. Even women who do not work for A HARD YEAR ON a living have a natural yearning to WILD ANIMALS. make a "striking" appearance. Car-toons Washington, March 30 President Wilson, it developed is likely to leave Washington some time ia May to establish the summer Whitt House at Woods Hole, Mass., In the home of Charles R. Crane, Minister to China. Ordinarily it has been the custom of the President to leave Washington during the latter part of June or the first part of July, but owing: to the poor health of Mr Wilson it is possible the departure will be much before that time, to afford a beneficial change frotri Washington weather. Mr. Crane called at the White and discussed the arHouse rangements that will be made for the President's use of his residence. The property, he said belongs to Mrs. Crane, who has leased it to the President. The matter of a lease was at the insistence of Mr. Wilson, who desired that payment should be made. The Presidential yatch Mayflower at the navy yard is being overhauled' and refitted and will be ready when Mr. Wilson wishes to go aboard. Owing to the difficulty of reaching Woods Hole by train, it is probable the Mayflower will be used tn going to the resort There is deep water almost up to the Crane estate and a private dock. to-da- y, to-da- y Magazine. The high prices now being paid for furs make the present year a hard one on the animals. Prices on raw furs have soared skyward until the trapping of wild animals has become an attractive vocation But it is unfortunate for this country that so many of our wild animals should be so ruthlessly, if not cruelly, destroyed There are not many animals that are destructive to farm animals or fur-beari- Branch House I Kentucky Creameries Cloverport, Kentucky J, R, Sanders, Manager crops, and the man with the proper vision will look with regret on the killing of so many animals in one season. If the prices on furs continue to soar in the ttiturc, many of our common animals may be threatened witli extinction. Southern Fruit farm We are in the market ."2 weeks in the year with the best cash price for your produce and cream. Come in and see us. Glower. -- -- Annual Sale of Tires At -- -- -- Tubes at One Dollar--$- 1 $3.00 .00 limit-e- r -- -- Sale begins Thursday, April 1st, and will be continued for a time. If you purchase one Tire and one Tube At List Price. We will sell you an Additional Tire For $3.00 and Tube For $1.00. Sale includes Batavia and National Speedway Firsts Fisk, Firestone, Federal, McGraw, Mason, Norwalk and other makes in "Seconds." Only two Tires and two Tubes to a customer in this sale. SMail Orders Filled LOUISVILLE TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY, Inc. 453 South Third St., Louisville, Ky. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... Office Hours: - 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.40 3.40 2.00 lowed. J. N. Carman, Sheriff Claim - $255.30 The Record Press Pub. Co. - 477.15 The Bradley Gilbert Co., for the use and benefit of the Re -200 cord Press Co. - - - 39.10 Kincheloe's Pharmacy, Claim 2.P0 2.00 2.00 . - 2.00 - 3.60 3.60 2.00 3.60 L. V. Chapin - 2.00 3.60 - 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.60 3.60 2.00 3.60 2.00 2.00 TERMS MADE KNOWN ON THE DAY OF SALE J. H. GIPSON ERNEST DENHAM, AucUnr ggfc IRVINGTON HARDINSBURG e. ' hk? 10.26 Pauper Jail A claim of B. F. Beard and company for $34 03 is hereby approved and the county road engineer is hereby ordered and directed to pay same and charge to the proper accounts: A. Mc Meador, Claim itemized $279.20 Dr. J. E. Kincheloe, Claim 18 50 itemized 82.21 B. F. Beard & Co. Courthouse 24.24 B. F. Beard & Co., Jail account 8 00 A. T. Beard, County Clerk 5.40 Chas Stillwell, Refund on taxes This day came C. M. Heston, Pau per commissioner and filed his report and claims for the paupers and on motion duly made seconded and carried, it is ordered that said report be confined and approved and that the claims as set forth therein b and are hereby allowed, said report being filed herewith is as follows: To The Fiscal Court of Breckinridge County. The undersigned Pauper commisit sioner of Breckinridge county a report of his acts since October 1, 1018, to October 1, 1919. Number of paupers in Poor House October 1, 1918. John C. Willett, Annie Willett, Geo. "Hambleton and Will Logsdon. Number of Paupers received in Poor House, since October 1, 1018, Isaac Hale, received Nov. 0th, 1918; Sydney Hardin, received Nov. 20, 1918; Thomas Allen, December 1, 1918, Horace Cox, Sepu, IS, 1919. Pete Askins, Oct. 21, 1919; Net Askins, Oct. .... -- ,;& "rmffflf DENTIST .iff mKtirri'tim&it Always In utltre during otllce hours Irvington, Ky. .... FOR SALE! Poland China Hogs A few extra large Spring 1919 gilts bred to the giant yearling, Jumbo Bob, one of the best big type boars in the county. Also .about 40 head of extra nice Fall pigs that are being fitted for sale and there are some especially nice males nearly large enough for service, alt these will be priced very reasonably and pedigrees will be recorded n heifer with nice two weeks heifer calf, free. One second calf, cow is of good size and gentle and sound. About 100 bushels pure Johnson County White Seed Corn, germination guaranteed. Jersey-shorthor- VV. J. OWEN & SONS, HARDINSBURG, KY. rcspect-fullysubm- IRVINGTON HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT CO. IRVINGTON. KENTUCKY Perfect Lenses for Imperfect Eyes M. D. Harner, of the Harner Optical Company, of Louisville, Ky., will make regular monthly trips as follows: CLOVERPORT Drug Store. 21, 1919, HAWESVILLE 3rd Thursday and Fri- day, Patterson's Drug 1st Tuesday and Wed- - 1st Thursday and Fri- - 3rd Tuesday and Wed nesday, Park's Drug day, Lex's Drug Store. nesday, W e d d i n g's store. Store. Number of paupers discharged from Poor House since Oct 1, 1018. Sidney Hardin, discharged Dec. 24, Isaac Hale, April 5, 1919; 1018; Thomas Allen, discharged Jan. 31, 1910; Pete Askins, Oct. 17, 1010, Net Askins, "Oct. 25, 1919. Number of paupers who have died in Poor House since Oct. 1, 1018. Horace Cox, died October 10, 1919. Number of Paupers in Poor Rouse on date of this report. John C. Willett, Annie Willett, Geo. When in need of High Grade Hardware, Building Material, Buggies, Wagons, all kinds of Implements, write us before buying. Our prices are right and quality the best. Satisfaction Guaranteed i h sz - ." i M "tr - !TJ LUil'" 9E FORMER SHERIFF INDORSES TANL AC 'Money Couldn't Buy the It Did Me," Says Hon. A. R. Anderson. i- -. let every suffering person who may wish, benefit by my experience with this great medicine." Tanlac is sold in Cloverport, at Wedding's Drug Store. Adv. WARNS NATION OF U. S. SOCIETY ITEMS Of a er WOOL PXICM ON DECLINE. Since November, 1018 the prices of wool have declined in comparison with the same month of the preced- SOME THINGS TO DO Good FOR THE TRACTOR. There arc some things you should do for the tractor every day, some things you should do every week and other things that should be done at least once a 'month and once a year If you want your tractor kept in g smooth-runnincondition. They will not take much time if attended to. promptly and will mean the saving of much time int keeping the tractor in perfect condition. Some of the things you should do each day arc: Follow out the oiling schedule as enjoined for each day; clean the tractor with rags; drain radiator in cold weather; make inspection for worn, heated or loose parts, nuts and bolts. Once a week the following should be given attention: Make inspection of all parts of motor. Make only such adjustments as are absolutely necessary and make them with the greatest care. When using kerosene drain crank case, wash with kerosene, replace with fresh oil. Sec that transmission has sufficient oil. Every month examine valve and valve adjustments and clean carbon from the cylinders. Then once a year, be fore the busy season comes on, thoroughly overhaul the tractor and make renewals and order all additional parts and supplies that are likely to be needed for the year. JED PERIL Personal Interest Basham-Mill- Engagement Announced. I ir. ! I 1 I r !' "Money could not buy the good Tanlac lias done me, and I gladly recommend it for what It has done in my case," said Hon. Archie R. Anderson, of Houston, Texas, of Harris county, recently. Mr. Anderson, is unquestionably, not only one of the best known, but one of the most popular men who ever held public office in the state of Texas. After serving as Deputy Sheriff of Harris county for twelve years, Mr Anderson was elected Chief of Police of the city of Houston. He had occupied this office only a short time when the Sheriff, of Harris county died. Mr. Anderson's friends persuaded him to make the race for the unexpired term of Sheriff to which he was easily elected. He was honored seven different times with and served the people in this important office for fifteen consecutive years. Then Mr. Anderson declined and retired to private life. He cast his lot among the people of Houston and is a large property owner and foremost citizen of that interesting and prosperous city. condition," "I was in a continued Mr. Anderson, " and had no appetite at all. I could hardly sleep at night and never felt like getting up in the mornings, I was so tired. I had the worst form of indigestion, suffered all the time from .gas on my stomach and was contin ually belching up undigested ioou. I had to take my coffee without sugar . as when I drank it with sugar, I would just belch for hours. I would bloat and swell up like I was poisoned and suffered with neuralgic pains of the worst sort, and nothing seemed to help me only in a temporary way. I just can't tell you how I did suffer for the past four years and up to the time I began taking Tanlac, a Ex-Sher- iff run-dow- Justice Urges Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Basham. of Stephensport, announce the marriage Americans to Guard Against of their daughter, Miss. Eva Shellman Basham, to Mr, Alfred Zcno Miller, Bolshevism Menace. . Department of PLANS CRIMINAL ooo Celebrates Ninth Birthday on Easter. CALLS RED of Hardinsburg. The wedding will take place in Louisville some time in the Spring. Press, Church, Schools, Labor Unions and Civic Bodies Called Upon to Teach True Purpose of Bol. shevlst Propaganda. Washington. Calling for tho patriotic support of nil true Americans In Its fight to protect their homes, nnd property from the spreadof IJolsliovlsni, tho United ing States Department of Justice hns Is sued n warning ngnlnst the Insidious propngnnda of the "Hods" during the new yenr. It reniN: "It would be extremely helpful to the rnuse of good government, tho mainr nnd the tenance of In xv of pence, nnd happiness In our country If the people on .this New Yenr's day xvould resolve to study, understand nnd appreclnte the 'lied' movement. They can counteract It mnfcf effectively by teaching Its purpose through the press, the chin eh. the schools, patriotic organizations unit labor unions, nil of xvhlch nro within the range pt lis Insidious attacks. "Red" Theories Criminal. Tlu 'lied' movement does not nienii nn attitude of protest ngulnst nlleged defects In our present political and economic organization of society. It docs not represent the radicalism of progress. It represents n specific doctrine nnniely. the Introduction of dictatorships the xxorld over by force iiikI xlolonce. It Is not n movement of persons, hut n distinctly criminal nnd dishonest nioxcuient. Lenlnc himself mndc the statement nl the Third Soviet Conference, 'Anions one hundred Bolshevists then-Icrimone renl Bolshevik, tbirty-uln- e inals nnd sixty fools.' It advocates the destruction of all ownership In property, the destruction of all religion and hellef In fiod. It Is n movement or ganlzed ngainst Democracy and In favor of the pox-e- r of the fexv built l Bolshevism, syndicalism, the force. Soviet Government, sabotage, etc., nre only njimes for old theories of violence nnd criminality. Russian Labor Crushed. "Though their ndherents In this country are adxocnting nnd fomenting strikes, I.enlne and Trotzky forbid strikes, and trade unions are being broken up nnd completely subordinated to the xvlll of the fexv demugogues In control In Russia. This Bolshevist experiment on the living body of the Uusslan people hns not proven In any sense of the x.ord nn experiment In Democracy. The Bolshevist leaders mr-nncnnd-ordepn;s-erxntlo- n s Miss Margaret Ncxvsom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harry J. Newsont, celebrated her ninth birthday on Easter with an egg hunt' from 3 to S o'clock in the. afternoon at the home of her parents on Railroad Street. Thirty-fiv- e guests responded to Miss Nexvsom's invitation. "" ooo Miss Baldridge Gives Programme in Philadelphia. Miss Fanny May Baldmfgc, who is connected with the Affiliated Lyceum and Chautaupua Systems, spent several days in Philadelphia last wee'', where she xvent to give a pmgraniu.d on Saturday afternoon in Wither-snoo- n Hall under management of the National Board of University Extension. On Sunday afternoon Miss Baldridge appeared on programme xvith Ralph Parlcttc, lecturer at the Coatcsvillc (Penn.) Y. M. C. A., be- tore 'an auuicnce ot 1,800 men. Courier Journal. Miss Baldridge is the attractive! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baldridge, of Louisville, who spent the winter in Cloverport, and visited her parents here during the Christmas i holidays. . I ing year. The highest average price reached was 00 cents per pound in March and April, 1018, since which time the prices fell to as low a figure as 47.0 cents in April, 1010. In January, 1018, the average price was S8.1 cents; January, 1010, 65,3 cents; and in January, 1020, 53.3 cents. The producers' price of 10.7 cents per pound in 1013 advanced to 58 cents in 1018, and felt to 51 cents in 1010. These figures arc in accordance with reports received by the Bureau of Crop Estimates of the United States Department of Agriculture. PAPER INTERIOR DECORATING BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS ' Will be glad to estimate for your work. Work done by mechanic that, knows how. Call 73 J. CONTRACTS TAKEN INEXPERIENCE Why is it that a girl is more worried over whether she is the first girl he. ever loved than she is over whether she is going to be the last? Cincinnati Enquirer. WALTER INTERIOR HOLDER DECORATOR . r s rk? n Deposits si Time tzts! on ' A Reliable Bookkeeper er LOCUST HILL Mr. and Mrs J. W.Davis went to Irvington, Friday to be the guests of . Davis, his brother, Mr. Henry and Mrs. Davis. Mr. and "Mrs. Everett Carman and children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis and children, and Miss Sallie May Alexander, were dinner guests cf Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Butler, Sunday. Mrs. Myrtle Hines, of Grayson county is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Do you know that you pan have a reliable book-keepabsolutely xvithout cost to you? By maintaining a Checking Account and paying- your bills by. check, jhe bank docs your and you will save yourself a great deal of time, trouble and inconvenience. boook-kecping, f, ' s I. read the testimonals of some who had been relieved of troubles like mine I just felt like I couldn't make a mistake by 'taking Tanlac and it has done een more for me than I bad expected. I began to feel better after taking my first bottle Myrtle Hines and have just now started on my third Miss Elsie Stinnett was the guest and I'm a different man already. I of her cousins, Misses Edna B. and sleep like a log now and eat just any Mable Carman, Saturday and Sunday. and everything I want with out the Jack Dyer is building forhimself a slightest discomfort afterwards. I am. new store house at this pla-eaglad to endorse Tanlac because it will soon have it ready to move his does the work and I'm telling all my stock of goods into. friends just what I'm telling you. I Miss Verda Bell Carman, of Buras, never felt better in my life than I was the week-en- d guest of her coudo since taking Tanlac I am willing sins. Misses Edna B. and Mable for von to publish my statement and ago. ' "When I Alvin Mingus. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Davis were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Lucas, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Alvin Mingus entertained the following to dinner Sun-CliTucker and son, Owen, Misses day: Mr. and Mrs. Mack Alexander, Edna B., Mable and Lucy May Carman, Vcrda Bell Carman and Mrs. nt nd MEAT EXPORTS ON INCREASE The exports of domestic meats and meat products from this country totaled 3,333,000,000 pounds for the year 1010, a quantity, without regard to kinds of meat, as great as prexvar annual consumption of meat in s of that of the France; United Kingdom; as much as that of former Russia, not including Poland; twice as muctr as that of Italy, and 4u per cent of that of former Germany. For the year ending June 30, 1017, the total exports in pounds of meat products xvas In the year 1918 the total rose to 2,210,000,000 pounds. In 1910 exports amounted to the largest in the history of the industry, according to the Bureau of Crop Estimates of the United States Department of three-fifthone-ha- lf 1,050,-000.00- In addition, a Checking Account with this bank increases your standing among all those with whom you come in contact. 0. Bank of Hardinsburg HARDINSBURG, "77ic JBtznJc tliat mezces you eel at J?ome" Corn, Trust Co. KY. Hay, THOUGHTLESS "Your Honor," said the arrested chauffeur. "I tried to warn the man, but the horn would not work." "Then why did you not slacken speed rather than run him down?'1 A light seemed to daxvn upon the prisoner. "That's one on me. I never thought of that." D. & W. Chats PPP rLLU Oats, Tankage, . cotton Seed Meal GET OUK PRICES Watchman, what of the night? opportunity. - EDINGER & COMPANY LOUISVILLE, KY. . XXt 2. As surely as night follows day you will sometime wish that you had practiced thrift when you had the frankly repudiate democratic princia, UP-TO-DA- TE When you are tempted to spend money ask yourself thiquestion. Can I get along without it? You will discover to your surprise, perhaps, that you are extravagant many times. This analysis of your spending will enable you to save many dollars which will earn interest at this bank. The "night" of your life approaches as the hours roll by we ask you. Watchman, what of the night, have you prepared? FARMERS BANK & TRUST COMPANY Service and Safety ples as we understand them. It has been a gamblo xvhlch mennt for Rus-s'nnd, Indeed, for the whole of humanity, enormous losses In lives us xvell as In materlnl resources. The Holshevlsts have run up a colossal hill which the Riisblnn workmen nnd pons ants will have to pay. "Reds" Menace America. "Having lived at the expense of the Russian people for two yenrs, these speculators In human lives and other people's, earnings are trying to move to new fields to the east and to the west, hoping to take ndantuge of the economic distress and confusion of mind In which humanity finds Itself after the terrific strain of five years of war. I Springtime Specialties Young Men's Suits For Young Men's Suits of the latest Eastern styles and materials. Colors brown, green and navy. As good as you will find in the city for $35 and $40. Call and inspect our line before going elsewhere. ' ' . j tel "Its sympathizers In this country are ' first HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY composed chiefly of criminals, mis- tnken Idealists, social bigots and many unfortunate men and women suffering with forms of hyperesthesia. They nre enemies of the government, ri mo cuurcu unu oi me uome ana advocate principles which mean the abolition of nil three of these safeguards of ' ! j Our Prices $25.00 to $27.50 Those who are contemplating the purchase of a new suit will readily see the economy represented above. Be tow elvlllzath n n. ALL KINDS OF Blacksmithing WOOD WORKING AND HORSESHOEING All kinds of repair work done on short notice and at reasonable prices at the old Smith shop behind livery barn. ' f X Would Rob Everybody. "Twenty million people In this country oxx-- Liberty Bonds. These the 'Reds' propose to take away ; 9,830,000 people In the United States own farms nnd 3,838,000 more own homes, xvhlch they would forfeit; 11,000.000 odd people have savings accounts In savings hanks nnd 18,000,000 people have deposits In our national banks, at which they aim. There are hundreds of thousands of churches and religious Institutions, all of xvhlch they would abolg ish. In other xvords, 110,000,000 and saving people who oxx-property, love liberty and xvorshlp God are asked to abandon all the Ideals of religion, liberty and government, which are the outcome of the struggles of their fathers nnd their own develop- hard-xvorkinn are a few of the many bargains we offer in other lines: latest V -- T- 7 50Fmest Quality silk shirts in all the colors. my -- Cf .98 to CI 9.00 JHW P Ladies skirts the very latest plaids, silk poplins - . iDjJ ' 7 r I Cm to 16 years. Youths suits of the latest ii i ...i. aiyics aiiui an buc& r iauiu 8f rgc and satin finlsh matcrialssizes. Rcbular and extra COQQBuys of brown, tan and French blue. Splendid values. P" Shoes in narrow or wide lasts. finest 91.50 to C2Q.00Ladics Coats in wai'ty t,r Spring shades fine quality brown calf Men's English Cyl.98 to Cfi.50Ladies Crepe De Chine and Georgette waists in all the latest colors. Sizes 38 to 40, . Call and give rae a trial ft fc NATHAN KING Hardinsburg, Ky. homes, their family and their religious faith In the keeping and their property under the domination of a small group of Lenlnes and Trotzkys. Protection Promised. "This department, as far as existing laws allow, intends during the forthcoming year to keep up an unflinching, persistent, aggressive warfare against any movement, no matter how cloaked or dissembled, having for Its purpose either the promulgation of these Ideas or tho excitation of sympathy for those who b proud them. The move ment will not be permitted to go far onough In this country to disturb our peace and or create any widespread distrust of the people's government. It will fall axvay before tho light of popular knowledge and appreciation of us uIms and purposes." well-being J7 Let Your Home Reflect the Spirit of Spring K J " flft Ladies two eyelet ties and pumps in quality vici kid, all sizes. ?. fine ? l ti TQ.98Buys a Brussell Sweeper. ' J .25 and 14 J J .50F O'Cedar Mops. C7.50or JttZp For a splendid Vaccumn Cleaner. quart galvanized buckets. fApFotf ounce Dandee Rope Mops. 12 Visit the store that offers the most for your money. values in Army Goods next week. Watch our ads for big The GOLDEN RULE STORE, Cloverport, Ky, f H" ' i" ' "I qppqt v a 3 . ' B2a .. W31 Kl