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The Breckenridge news: April 14, 1920 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1920 brc1920041401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: April 14, 1920 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 75c for Six Months ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, $1.50 a Year; 75c for Six Months 1920 8 VOL, XLIV Pages No. 42 TAYLOR, OF O'BORO, ADDRESSES C. F. B.I Mrs Nannie Roth and daughter, ING J. Owen & Sons proprietors of Mrs. Reckner and Mr. Rcckner, Mr. ' the Valley Home Stock Farm report i and Mrs. James O. Witt, of Ludlow, of Breck. ' a large sale of their pure bred Poland Louisville Live Stock Exchange Lives to be 93 Years Old. Wid- Ky., arrived here with the remains Grand Worthy Matron of Ky. Encourages Farmers ow of a Former Wealthy of Mrs. Wm. Witt, DO years old and Meets Chapter Members from County to Join Farm Bureau lmna nogs ior mc msi niuimi, x ucy Notifies Shippers to Withthe mother of Mrs. Roth and Mr have sold 9 bred gilts to J. J. Brown, Shipments. Tobacconist of This City. hold Breck. and Hancock Witt, who died in Cincinnati, and Membership Now 125. Kirk, Ky,; bred gilt and boar ptg to was buried in the Clovcrport cemetery Wm. B, Hall Bloomington, Ky.; boar Mrs. Maria Duncan, widow nf Mr. Wednesday morning. Acording to the Louisville papers The Farm Bureau of Breckinridge pig to S. R. Lawson, Baileys Switch, uncertain railroad conditions, due 'Ben Duncan, a former wealthy tobacWhile here Mr. and Mrs. Witt were A district meeting of the O. E. S. county met at the Court House in Ky; a pair of Fall pigs to J, W. Bur to the strike, caused the Louisville conist of this citv. died Tuesday morn- - guests of Mrs. Witt's mother. Mrs. Hardinsburg, Saturday, April 10, pu- ncy, Drew, 'Livestock Exchange, Monday to no- - ing at 5 o clock at the Kings Daughters Hattic Fallon and Mrs. Roth, Mr. Chapters in Breckinridge and HanMiss., Fall gilt to K. a. if shi tl)at no 8hlpment in Louisville, of senility. and Mrs. Reekncr were entertained cock counties was held in Cloverport, rsuant to a call of the President Vic uiaKcman, ureensourg, ivy.; gin to stock wouW be rcce;VC(i at theofHour- Her remains will arrive in Clover in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Monday afternoon and evening with ,' Pile. the Grand Worthy Matron, Mrs. Lora B. D. Simpson, Nancy, Ky.; bred bon Stockyards until further notice, port, Wednesday morning on train Nolte. Lee Bates, of Louisville, presiding. . There Was a good attendance, and Qnw n D. S Pnwderlv. Kv.! rnnCnrA tn No. 141 at 10:40 o'clock and will be Trnrliim Mnml.iv w There were seventeen delegates every member present was enthusias- - ,oar to h. I. Webb, Axtel, Ky.; sow cattle and sheep and lambs for local taken from the station to the Murray the Hardinsburg, Irvington, ,r.rr tic and each one showed that he was ;. n w. n. Stuicrrr. Dakvale. Miss!; o M was ncoi.Kd,,.,! grave yarn wncre a snort inncrai serCONVENTION Bwleyville, Stephensport, Hawesvillc thoroughly aroused to the work the bred sow t0 h. M. Dillond, Etowah, but buyers bid considerably lower for vice will be conducted by Rev. J. R. ' Tcnn ; Fall boar to J. M. Shellman. offerings. and Floral chapters, organization had in hand. enterRandolph. tained in the homes of the O. E. S. of reading the It the-After themeeting. ofHon. minutes E. Stephensport. Ky.; two bred gilts, R. Receipts of cattle were 1,130 head, Mrs. Duncan was Oil years old. She members of the local chapter during last John C. Gobhart, Waverly. Ky.; Total $090. 'Best butcher stock sold steady to a was a native of Indiana, and after her their stay here. fine speech made a Monarch Besides thig sale of hogs, Mr. Owen quarter lower. Other classes of stock marriage to Mr Duncan she always The meeting Monday afternoon was and introduced Mr. Taylor, of Owens- - & Sons sold a cow and calf and two were practically at a standstill lived here until several years ago To Be Held in Franklin April devoted to the discussion of topics of boro, who spoke on the importance ot other cows and calves to E. L. Rob Sheep and lambs were quoted at when she was taken to Louisville to V the farmers being organized if they ertson, Glen Dean. 22 to 25. J. W. Compton, interest concerning the 'work of the unchanged rates. Receipts were .18 the King's Daughters Home. Eastern Star led by the Grand expected to Keep aorcst ot me times Mr. and Mrs. Duncan's elegant head Quotations: Best sheep, $!); Hopkinsville, Will Preside. Worthy Matron. and accomplish anything for themS7 down; best fall lambs, 17 home in Clovcrport was the scene of bucks, In the evening at 7:30 o'clock the selves. He told of how the farmers $18; medium, $12 $14; best many brilliant affiairs socially during of his county had saved money in Tile fifth 51111111.11 rnnvnnlirm r li Grantl Worthy Matron addressed the spring lambs Jn limited demand at their early married life. Mrs. Duncan's buying supplies for the farm and the $2.r nearest relatives surviving are her Baptist Young People's Union of . meeting and stated the trood of the $30 saving they had made in the item of The day's receipts included 3,323 grandchildren living in Henderson, Kentucky will be held in the audi- - order, its object, and the meaning of fertilizers alone. He said it was very Ky, a niece, Mrs. R. B. Pierce, of this torium of the First Baptist church, the Eastern Star. After her interest. hogs and 380 calves. important for every farmer in the city, and a nephew, H. V. Duncan, of Franklin. Ky., April 22nd to 25th. in- - ing address the members of the CIov- tnonstration county to join this organization, that'Mon elusive, President J. W. Compton, of ".po.rt chapter gave a nA Wnmnn n( Mntinnal PLANTERS HALL STOCK .uariuu, ly. 01 the work for the ben cfit of the Hnnkiimvillp k'v ,,r;,i: . . , the membership fee was nothing com-- 1 IL , FARM ENLARGED WITH DOWELL-STINNETpared to the benefits i derived from rrominence iu xanc in The first session will be held at delegates so that the work might Le MANY IMPROVEMENTS. "being a member. Garfield, Ky, April 12. (Special) 8:00 o'clock on Thursday, April 22nd. done uniformly all over the state, Gen. Program, April 20-2The question of the constitution and Miss Julia Dowell and Air. James Mayor E. L. Gillespie and Hon. L B. which was one object of the meeting. W. R. Moorman & Son have purch The Grand Worthy Matron praised was taken up and it was deStinnett, were quietly married Sun- - Finn, of Franklin. Ky will each deW. C. Moorman farm of -the local A Kreat meeting is anticipated at ased the ," "",!,,,. Qf,r cided to defer it until the next meeting at the home of the liver a short address of welcome. excellency chapter members for the u; uw,e ' ?"aS.. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe which will be responded to bv Rev. ?, P,an OI J of their work and recomh also the election of an executive the . . . .. session of the Ken- ?cres an."nnripri c.itiiR in J nnrprs H3 . arm ' N" tucky : Educational Association to ie Stockann T they own . Glen Dowell. Rev. C. L. Bruington, of- - T L. Wootcn, of Erlanger, Ky. The mended the same high standard to the board. Farm which in ..w Several new members were enroll lltlll III t juuia.inv., a,;i .m..n ti, Dean Mr. Moorman and his son. ficiated. The groom is the son of principle address of the evening will delegates !... Before the meeting closed ices and cd. The membership now is around General Association meetings will be I V. R. II IKirill'.ITl Mr. and Mrs. William Stinnett. be "I he Contribution of the B. Y . . uiiurcii wmic . in ine rirsi 120. P U. of Our Times," Rev. J. W cakes were served to seventy-tw- o ' .' ." HIT llllIT PV, u,clr 'TDven,Bnra tlhe departmental meetings will be Porter. D. D., pastor of the First guests. and with these new additions. Xrce' MR. FRED SMITH BURIED Plant Delegates Named held various places GOES TO MOOLEYVILLE IN STEPHENSPORT. Baptist church, Lexington, Ky. These Some of the best of local talent of ers Hall Stock Farm will be one of Three sessions will be held each held all district meetings are being TO SPEND THE SUMMER. lip Statp have heen invited to discuss the largest farms in Breckinridge over Kentucky with the. The remains of Mr. Fred Smith, day throughout the convention. ' problems of the Kentucky schools. county. , other speakers will be Rev. O. Grand Worthy Matron in charge, and died in Owensboro at his home. who Mr. Henry O'Bryan, who has been Particularly, have questions of rural tne- largest chapter in each district b. 21 West Walnut Street, MISS STITH RETURNS FROM in Cloverport a few days the guest of education been emphasized. the '" sYephllretaof'the BaptisT of . SERVICE IN WEST INDIES. tirigut s disease were taken to "Kentucky Day at K. E. A. has ins daughter, Airs. Paul Lewis, and S ""s ensport, Sunday for - been designated for Thursday, April GMr. Lewis, went to Mooleyville, WedW. M.. whose ltVH dayschoo secreUrv-avlaW. llnnlp Bat' " was 4j years old and formerly nesday morning where he is to spend 22. On this day there will be a round .,: pewleyv ill e, April lu (Special) anepiierasvuie, v - was "c. '? Doolan. D. D.. Hookinsville Kv.: Stephensport. He is survived by his Rpv. the summer on his farm and live with table discussion of Kentucky school ' Allss Alinnie Dutf btith, after haying- in v, eiueriainea in me nome ot Air. and W. C Rnnn, his son. Mr. Robert O'Bryan, and problems by men and women of the s?rv.ed th.u- s- N- a Tnay.al hos- widow and one daughter. .... I.v.i Mrs. R. L. Oelze, the latter being tr . u muiiiutl, uuviuii, ' " iur JVlrs. uuryan. Later his daughter, State. l"ltl' Ul " v"i 1 l"e H. Lovelace, Louisville, MARRIAGE INTENTIONS Miss Gussie O'Bryan, who is teaching Noted public speakers of national two 'ears' has returned to the States n n.',..', Chapter. Mrs. Bates is a Rev a and '? nw sa,t,0nM achool in Irvington, will join him to prominence arc to address the Gen- of HoPe Chapter No. 183, Ky.; ReV! H. 1 V he- Y Miss Agnes Hardesty, of Webster, Louisville. spend her vacation there eral Association. One who. promises PltaI. ln Jrok.'yn' M,ss f1!1" ,s expected home soon and Rhoda Knott, of Raymond, filed villc, N. C ; and Mr. R. I. The delegates and chapters they Mr. O'Bryan spent the winter in to be a most interesting speaker is Nevada, Tobinsport and while there was ser- - Dr Edward Griggs, educator, lecturer to spend her vacation with her par- - marriage intentions in Cannelton, last of All of theMo. various phases of B. Y. represented were: Mrs. John Kinche-loweek. Worthy Matron, of Hardinsburg iously ill with pneumonia. author and traveler of New York, who e,,ts, Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Stith. P. U. work will be discussed Mr. H. will speak on Education for the I Hester, of Whiteville, N. C. will Chapter No. 250. Mrs. Ola Gardner, W. M. of IrvingBLACKSMITH' SHOP BURNS., ,e.W Era." Tlve. Association has a WOMANS MISSIONARY COUNdiscuss Junior problems. There will ton, No. 203 Tentative promise from the Hon. CIL TO MEET IN KANSAS CITY. be an Efficiency Banner Misses Mabeland Mrs. Lena Adkins, Adkins and Hattie J. G. Whitfield had the misfortune James W. Gerrad. former United nvi'.Tnlpfl In thn T,,irt.- n...l C .!nv I) Mrs. W J. Piggott, of Irvington, Willis. last week to loose his blacksmith's States Ambassador to Germany and Mrs. Mary Carman, ' W. M. of S. shop by fire He lost all of his tools author of My rour Years in Ger piesidcnt of the Louisville Conference of the Woman's Missionary Society Bewleyville, Laura Stith Chapter No. - and material valued at $150. "i'nv " Chestnut street, Louisville. Kv.. will leave Thursday for Kansas City Maggie B. and the highest average yearly report To,Mrs. Mrs. Nottingham,Smith. M. of where she will attend the tenth anW; Ida nual meeting of the Woman's Mis- - Claims Are Passed on First organized B Y. P. U's. will be graded Stephensport chapter No. 139 and since the last convention. All newly Mrs. sionary Council of the Southern MethWm. A. Milner, Miss Sara E. Day. Highway to be Taken accordingly odist church to be held April 14 to 20. Richardson. Katie B. Up. Fine Body of Men. The names of all delegates who and Mrs. A. Mrs Crawford. Crawford Mrs. Piggott will be accompanied by R. ., expect to attend should be sent to r Miss Wright, of Louisville. r. i..i:.. tt; b"aP.ia'?' ..OI of nrWnr,MP Mr. Will P. Payne. Kranklin. Kv.. at u:,..J,"'u;,. ti,. us.rai two weeks before the Conven- coyrin7eten-MonEy"TRTemple11 and Mist leanor (PREDESTINED INFANT HAS HIS FIRST VISIT HERE. court passed on a good many claims """ Powers. the first day. luesday was taken UJ Mrs. Margaret Harrison, W. M of Mrs J. A. Sandbach and son. J. A. with the Federal Highway matters and ATTENDS STATE DENTAL ASKentucky Moral chapter No. 102. Louisville, Sandbach. Jr., have returned to their they were passed on to the State Mrs. Ed McAfee, of Irvington, a SOCIATION MEETING. in" Garfield after a short visit payment of Roads in good shape, member of the Cloverport chapter with Mr. L C. Taul and daughter. Next will come the settlement with Dr Jesse Baucum was in Louisville, also attended the meeting. Miss Irene Taul This was the first the Sheriff and his deputies, then will part of last week attending the fifty- isit of young Mr. Sandbach, who come various other matters of first annual meeting of the Kentucky MISS HORSLEY ENTERTAINS is well known as "little Doc." portance State Dental Association which con ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON. and seems predestined to follow in The Fiscal court is composed of a vened in the Seelbach auditorium. Locust the footsteps of his father, who is fine body of men from over the county Mote than three hundred dentists Sunday Hill. April 12, (Special) On afternoon Miss Mary Horsley one of the leading physicians of the who are endowed with practical from over the State attended the Garfield community. knowledge and who have the best in- - meeting. The National Association of entertained a few of her friends at terests of the county and its tax- - Dental men met in connection with her home Beautiful music was rendered which every-on- e enjoyed. Her BUY COTTAGE IN EAST END. payers at heart. These men are pro- - the State Association. guests included Misses 'Florence Cargressive and broad minded, and wint man, Ozzie Davis, Evelyn Snyder, Mr and Mrs. Joe Monnen have to see the county go forward in all D. B. PHELPS TAKING Eliza Horsley, Maggie Carman, Carrie purchased a cottage on High street the things that are good. CITY SCHOOL CENSUS. May Horsley, Minnie and Vackle Commercial in the East End now occupied by Mr. Horsley. Messrs. Percy Carman, of and Mrs. Geo Kinder. The cottage TRATNRD NURSE HAD CARE Banking Bra ml en burg, Roy Sprmgate, Geo. Mr. D. B. Phelps, chairman of was the property of Mrs Grover OF PATIENT FIVE YEARS. local school board, was appointed the Washington Carman, Herchel Priest, to Savings Welsh, of New Albany. Mr. and Mrs. the school census of Clovcrport Garrett Huftines and loin Shadwick. Monnen and daughter, Magdaline, While at home spending her vaca- take this year. For several years the Accounts for will get possession soon. tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. school census has been taken by Miss FINE SALE OF MULES. W. T Mattingly, of Hardinsburg, Laura Satterfield, who was unable to Vic Robertson reports a fine busiYOUNG AT 70 YEARS. Miss Ada Mattingly a trained nurse, accept the place. Mr. Phelps will ness in mules Monday. He sold 7 u'nc impvnpi'tpill v rnllpil linrlr tn Kf head at an average of $185. Roland Smith, of Stephensport, Thomas. Kv.. to be with her natient. complete his work this week spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lizzie Stagman, whom she had Hawkins Smith at Hensley and visit- - been nursing for five years. Mrs. Staged m the county seat Monday. Says ,an was 80 ycars 0ja anti jiej before he is past the 70th, year mark and Miss Mattingly reached her. The not very old cither latter is a graduated nurse of Cin- cinnati. G. P. BANDY CONVALESCING POWERFUL CLAMP Mr G. P Bandy, of Irvington, who USED IN SAFE HAUL. has been id Louisville for several months under treatment came home Covington, Ky, April 0 A BRED TO FARROW IN APRIL : Monday very much improved. His triangular-shapeclamp, which many friends all over the county will pulled out the combination, was used be glad that he is at home, again uy rouuers, who cany tins morning When you can sae all the pigs, these gilts are good individuals of and on the road to recovery stolemore than $5,000 ftom the safe the very best breeding that I have been able to buy at any price, and of the South Covington & Cincinnati REV. NALL' DELIVERS TWO bred to a son of Black Price the 1018 Grand Champion of the woild Street Railway Company here. EXCELLENT SERMONS. The offices are only a block from and Big Uncle Sam by Big Buster by Ghnt Buster, The Epoch police headquarters. Maker, the latter hog is the largest boa' that I have ever seen for his Rev .W. C. Nail, pastor of the The robbers obtained 18U sacks of Baptist church, Irvine, Ky , filled the money. A number of Liberty bonds age and 1 have looked over some of the very best ones These hogs pulpit of the Clovcrport Baptist and much cash were left behind WiBBBIHWHFTtili5-t&.K8Vj"JtTBI are priced right, regular breeders stuff at farmers prices that we can church Sunday morning and evening. delivering two excellent sermons. TO PREACH HERE SUNDAY. all afford to pay. Until services were well attended and . Practical business riien of vision control and manage this the members of 'the local church j Rev. A. C. Baker, of Vine Grove, who know the banking requirements ,of modern bank men If you want a herd boar that will put you in the limelight, a real were impressed with Kev, Nail's has accepted the invitation ot the business and. who daily are applying that knowledge construcClovcrport uapust cnurcn 10 preacn strong personality tively in rendering the "best banking service. boar, a son of Black Price, this is breeding that you cannot find anyhere Sunday morning and evening, With their years of experience and success, they coApril 18. where else at three times the price that I am asking for him a great AND WIFE, TAXIDERMISTER operate with their customers in every way possible to pig for some one that needs him at a bargain This pig is right for A PALMIST, SELL HOME, SECOND DAUGHTER BORN insure the very best results. TO MRS. WM. G. McADOO. hard service about eleven months old. Member of Federal Reserve System. Mr. Emil Weaver, taxiilermister. whose home is on the River road and! New York, April 0 Mr and Mrs. Capital and Surplus $600,000.00 near Clovcrport, sold his place Mon- William G. McAdoo tonight anOFFICERS day, to Mrs. Cora Railey. nounced the bjrth of a daughter, Mary V. J. DULLEIT, 1'rcsldem. Mr. and Mrs, Weaver have been Faith McAdoo. living here about four years and their I'AUL COMPTON, V. l'rei. and Sec. I L. ATIIERTON. V. Trci. This is the second child born to j home has been frequented by visitors BERNARD BERNHEIM, V. Fro. J. F. .EISENUF.IS, At. Stc. Mrs McAdoo, who was Miss Eleanor V, J. BOHNE, V. Fre. and Treat. R, S. RAI'IER, Ait. Trtat. VIC PILE, Managir .far and near, who have sought Mrs. Wilson, youngest daughter of the 'Weaver, a psalmist, to learn their President, We Issue Travelers Checks and Foreign Exchange. HARNED, KENTUCKY The first child, named Ellen Wilson fortunes. Mr, Weaver has followed his trade extensively too. They have, after the mother of Mrs. McAdoo, is not revealed their plans tor the future, now 4 years old. VV. Y, HVc-Ho- W. J. OWEN & SONS HAVE ANOTHER MONTH OF BIO HOO SALES. EMBARGO PLACED ON SHIPPING L. S. MRS. BEN DUNCAN DIES OF SENILITY SON AND DAUGHTER ACCOMPANY REMAINS OF AGED MOTHER, MRS. WITT. DISTRICT MEET- E. S. CHAPTERS Rnh-irds- tr-w- i 5TH - STATE B. Y. P. U. who-wer- e , NOTED SPEAKERS WILL BE AT K. E. A. ri T l.i. - 3. by-la- forty-nint- I ... . i,-- i.i ..- -.. i .... a a lT. II- '1 - -..., I Ste'&d ,m "! V- I I , ". - - iu., D- -.. " r.: n-nd- '. .. ct,i,ic:,i - 'l ?ji.. i- t- -. Hesdf1 I ! '' ? '"l) c, FISCAL COURT All-Sta- te I OPENED MONDAY,?:!:: I -. Sl'dS. - LincolriSavings Bank & Trust Company r e '- -t "'"? ! De-ho- Bred Gilts for Sale d y I CEDAR HILL FARM . ' PACE THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS, CLOVEHPORT, KENTUCKY here Saturday enroute home from Akron, O. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Bruner and two children, Agnes and' Ava, arc visiting her sister, Mrs. Herbert Kipps, of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Whitworth had as their guests Sunday, Mrs. Martha Macy. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Davis, Misses Lydia and Ollt'c Macy and Mr. Jess Macy. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Webb came home from Texas, Thursday, after spending the winter with their children Rev. C. L. Bruington, of Harncd, was in town, Friday. Carlton Atcr and two children, Mary Leigh and Woodrow, of Rayguests of Mr. mond, were week-enand Mrs. Taylor Compton. Miss Bessie Snyder, of Hardins-burtivcs. is visiting her sister, Mrs. V. B. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moorman, of Glen Dean, have moved to their resi- Mattiugly. Miss Eliza Mcador, of Bardins-burdence on Fourth St. was here Friday shopping. Mrs. Frank Brown and daughters, Mrs. Lish Simmons returned to her Misses Zclma and Louclla, of Webshome in Indianapolis, Monday after ter, are the guests of relatives. Mrs. Nannie Hook will leave Thurs- a visit with her mother, Mrs. Criss. Ernest Mcador, of Custer, was here day for Indianapolis, Ind , for an indefinite stay with her daughter, Mrs. Friday enroute to Hardinsburg. d APRIL 14, II NEWS FROM THE COUNTY HARDINSBURG Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Moorman, of Glen Dean, have returned after a visit with their daughter, Mrs. A. T. Beard, and Mr. Beard. Mrs. J. C. Payne, of Irvington, lias returned after spending the week-en- d with her mother, Mrs. Mary C. Hes- Win. Cannon spent Friday in Louis- villc. Miss MattiiiRly a trained nurse, of Louisville, is with Mrs. Taylor Beard who has been ill for several weeks. Mr. M. C. Dowel!, of Owensboro, was here Wednesday on business. Mrs R I. Stephenson attended the funeral of her father, L. H. Boslcy, of Chenault, Thursday. Miss Eliza Mcador spent Friday in Garfield, shopping. Mrs. D. C. Walls has returned after ton ' ' spending the week-en- d in Custer. G R Cunningham, of Chenault, spent Wednesday in this city. Miss Nora McCoy, of Harncd, is the guest of Miss Ada Ruth Gregory. Mrs. htta Rhodes arrived Monday from Clovcrport, after spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. James Lewis, and Mr. Lewis. Wm. Bowmer, of St. Louis, one of the firm of Reeves & Bowmer, after several days here has returned Miss Meta Ditto, of Irvington, after a visit with her brother, Moorman Ditto, has returned, Prof. Schultz and Mrs. Schultz and in baby, who spent the week-enFordsvillc, have returned, Miss Exic Lewis has returned from Ekron after a short visit with rcla- - IRVINGTON Wedding Bells arc ringing. Miss Evelyn Bnmlette spent litt week with Miss Minnie Hatfield, at W. J. Lane, of Buffalo, was here Tuesday in interest Belknap Hardware Co. Mrs. Cassie Bush and son. Barnes. of Louisville, are visiting Mr, and Mrs. Tom Thomas. Tom Gorge, Cranbery, S. C spent the week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson, he was enroute to Akron, d I . I I d Springs. Ohio. Mrs. M. C. Green spent Monday with Mrs. John Ncvitt, at Basin g, g, Mrs. A. T. Adkins and Miss Nell Smith spent Wednesday in Louisville. Mrs. V. G. Babbagc, Cloverport, has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Sue Footc. J. D. Lyddan spent the week-enwith his parents, at Webster. Mrs. J. C. Payne spent last week in Hardinsburg, with hcr mother, Mrs Mary C Hcston. d Mrs, Jake Morrison Js the proud possessor of a new Kurtzman player. Mfg p;rcy Hcnderson cntcrta!ncd the" Httle folks Saturday from 2 to jn nonor 0f hcr daughter, 5 p, m Emma li zabct h's 7th b rthdav an niversary. Delicious ices and cakes were served. Clarence McGlothlan, Chattanooga, with his Tcnri, spent the week-enparents, Mr. and Mrs T. N. McGlothlan. Brandenburg base ball team played the Irvington team Saturday afternoon. Brandenburg boys winning by a big score. Louisville, where she will undergo Mrs. J. M. Herndon has gone to treatment at Norton Memorial Infirmary. Mrs. J. B. Hottcll entertained the 500 club, on Tuesday afternoon. Three tables played. Mrs., Jno. Ncvitt spent Tuesday with Mrs. Mollic Dempster. Mrs. Adele Conniff is in receipt of a letter from her daughter, Miss Margaret Conniff, who is in the Red Cross d Foreign Service stating that she will soon sail for home She will return on the Canada. Mr. John Bircher and son, (of Brandenburg, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerard' Footc. Miss Mary Eliza Marshall, Hardinsburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gibson, last week. Dr. W. B. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor with Mr. and. Mrs. spent the wek-en- d A. T. Adkins, T. R. Blythe and Haynes Trent were In Louisville, last week. Claude Mercer, Hardinsburg, was in town Wednesday. Miss Minnie Futlcnwidcr and Mrs. Hardin, Brandenburg, spent Friday with Mrs. J. K. Bramlctte.. .VI HARNED Mrs. Sam Haycraft, of McQuady, with her sister, spent the week-en- d Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, who is very ill. The Baptist Missionary Society met (Continued on Page 3) PRODUCE WANTED We always pay highest marprices for produce and cream. Get our prices first. PRICES THIS WEEK (Subject to change) 29c Hens Fryers 25c 38c Butter 18c Ducks 28c Turkeys ket --- --- I Guineas Roosters Eggs 25c 14c 33c 63c B. F. BEARD & CO. Mr E. E. Rhodes was in Louisville, several days last week. Misses Pauline Frymirc and Leola Grant, of Frymirc, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Basham, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Compton, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Compton and Miss Laura Mcli Stith were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Compton. Mrs. Jesse Payne, of Lodiburg, GARFIELD spent Wednesday with her sister. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall and Charles Hashatu. Miss Ossic Payne entertained at her little son. of McQuady, attended the Dowcll-Stinchome Saturday evening the young wedding. Miss Clara May visited relatives at folks of Webster, All reported a fine time. Harncd, Wednesday night Mrs. Ernest Pool was at Lodiburg, J. B Harrison and Ajlen Morris, of shopping. Saturday. Louisville, were here last week. Misses Jessie Mac and Vclnia HarMiss Essie Horslcy, of St. Louis, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. per were dinner guests of Miss A. B. Cashman, Sunday. Thomas Horslcy The Cumberland Presbyterian Missionary Society met with Mrs. J. W. SAMPLE Bruiicr. Wednesday Mr Massy, traveling salesman, was Mrs. John Marshall and litle son. here Friday. of McQuady, are visiting Mrs. S. B. Hobson Hall, of Constantino was Laslic. Rev. Huntsman filled his appointment here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs N. T. Basham was shopping in Louisville, Friday, while there she and her sister, Mrs. J. W. Johnson visited the home of Mrs. A. V. Whitworth, whose daughter is ill. Mrs. Olive hlicllnian, who is HI with measles, is much improved. Miss Eva West and Eulola Arms, of Hardinsburg, arc visiting their cousin, Mrs Hewitt Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Len Hickerson have gone to Louisville to make their tt Geo. Koss, and Mr. Koss. Mr. Other King, of Irvington, was the guest of Miss Judith Watlington. Mrs M. D. Beard is spending several days in Louisville and Lexington. E. F. Lyons, of McQuady, has accepted a position with Reeves & Bowmer. Franklin Beard left Saturday for Louisville to spend several days. Miss Nannie J. Mcador, of McQuady, was the guest of her uncle, H. J. Robards, and Mrs. Robar.ds. WEBSTER ggiiiriiii tv 1 ii j New Suits of Uncommon Attractiveness styling is this Not only in a matter of shewing especially worthy of note, but because of its astounding variety, too. It includes, besides trig tailleurs, the most bewitching of bolero, Eton and ripple affects. You may choose from a host of fabrics, the most popular of which are tricotincs and serges. eady-to-wear i Department-Seco- nd' Floor a. if; Li i 1 I Thrift, no less than earning power is an im- portant factor Dnt in these constructive times be miserly, but avoid extravagance - and, above all put your iMONEY IN THK BANK Hy so doing you stimuor invot it wisely - keep it in circulation. late business. Thrift and preserving effort may be your part in helping to build the Brandenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gibson are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Dowell, of Union Star. Mrs G. R. Cox. of Union Star, was here Saturday enroute to Clover-por- t, and Owensboro, to sec relatives .ind for business matters also. home. Mrs Esther Jolly, of Hardinsburg, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jabe Haynes. Hewitt Payne, bridge carpenter on the "Texas" came home Saturday to be with his family. Miss Ruby Beauchamp visited Miss Eva and Eulah Fife, in Stephensport, Saturday and Sunday. Born to the wife of Frank Shellman on March 20. a boy. Mr. O. G. Basham was the Sunday guest of Miss Mary Beumen, of Ji$r Exceptional values are c5mi ' I Jjj 0 ' Advance Showing f Spring mmi Blouses GLEN DEAN Charley Edmunds from Rome, Ga.. visiting his niece, Mrs. E. L. and Mr. Robertson. Mr and Mrs Port Thompson, of the Tar Springs, spent last week-en- d guests of her brothers, J. T. and C. W. ' Jones. J. T. Jones, who has been indisposed since Feb. "JO, is much improved Mrs. W. H. Whittlcr spent last week in Fordsvillc, the guest of relatives. Miss Mildred Moorman is teaching music and English in Louisville for is Rqb-ertspn. PROSPERITY OF TODAY Bs52KS555Si Included in the collection, which we have just received, the following materials are represented: VOILES DOMESTIC CREPES . GEORGETTE CREPE DE CHINE SATINS FRENCH VOILES HABUTAI SILKS and other Novelty Fabrics. The styles are all distinctly new and express a degree of smartness that will appeal to those who appreciate blouses that are different. . 'nw IsWIFTWi Lh ' . .. Miiiiiiirl HMMPflGAftBlBA MMBntiiTwrfnnri'gi',iH!ialWfflB garage for auto work. Preston Ford left Monday for Colorado Springs, Colo. Ernest Eskridge has a new car. Dr. Hale, who has been sick, is better. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Robertson were in Louisville, recently. Mrs.. J. C. Mattiugly is visiting relatives in Louisville. a while. Miss Johnnie Moorman is at home for a few weeks from Aurora, 111. Miss Ella Whittinghill spent Easter with friends and relatives at Owensboro, Fordsville, and here, and returned to her school in Bowling Green, where she is delighted with her studies. Roy Whittinghill and family moved to Irvington, recently where he has a - jm i Yvvo Z?' &J -- $ Buying the Best in Footwear is Real Economy STEPHENSPORT K3 &&& W. H. Gibson was in Louisville, While the tendency of the times seems to be an ever lessening attention to qualities and workmanship, such is not the case here. We pride ourselves on being able to maintain our same rigid standards of good value, style and careful construction as we did when production was not made difficult by unsettled conditions and rising costs. Our shoes look right, wear right and impart a full measure of ease and comfort. Here you will see charming Patent Pumps, exquisite ties, beautiful Oxfords and all that is newest m nign snoes as wen. one-eyelet FERTILIZERS WW TO USE THEM WFW SWIFT'S RED STEER FERTILIZERS The reputation of these famous fertilizers has been built by the profit farmers have made from their use. They are known wherever big yields are grown. Years of field and laboratory experience have taught the Swift staff of chemists just what materials are needed in a fertilizer to produce the largest and most profitable crops. 50 years of experience behind Tf last week. Mesdames Wm Gilbert and C. A. Tinius were in Cloverport, Tuesday, Mrs. C. P. Pullen purchased Prof. E. N. Pusey's piano. Mrs. Sarah McMillen and daughter, Mrs Roy McMillen, of Addison, were guests of Mrs. Eugene Conner, Thursday. Mrs. Ed Ramsey and daughter, Mrs. E. E. French were in Cloverport, shopping. 1w 0WENSI0R0, Why not select hosiery to match while you are in the store? Best materials used They have access to all the blood, bone and tankage they want from the Swift packing plants. Other raw materials ore bought in huge amounts to meet the requirements of special crops. We carry Swift's Red Steer Fertilizers because we know they will make your farming more profitable. Come in and talk fertilizers with us. E. A. HARDESTY STEPHENSPORT, KY shopping, Saturday. Misses Pauline Elder, of Evans ville, Brook and Nell Elder, of Mooleyville, were guests of Mrs. E. A. Hardesty and Mr. Hardesty, last week, Mrs. Nannie Sterrett and little son, guests of Owensboro, were week-en- d of her mother, Mrs. Geo. M. Barkley, Mrs. E A. Smith was in Cloverport, Friday, C. H. Bowlds and family left last week for Cloverport, having sold their restaurant to H. C. Pullen. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mattingly were week-en- d guests of relatives at Kirk, Clint Cox was the guest of his brother, S. D. Cox, last week. Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Still well spent Sunday in Owensboro. .5 KENTUCKY S. W. Anderson Company INCORPORATED WHERE COURTESY REIG&tf" A MimMumM2MmRim .' " T?fJ '! AMHL 14, 1M0 THE 1RECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGES TIMES IN 24 SUkV m. II;- 4 son; Masters' John Griffin Dircher and Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Nevltt were in James E. Wilson. Louisville, consulting THE COUNTY Mrs. R. P. Carman and Mary Rich- specialist in last week Mrs. Nevitt'sa regard to ard Carman were callers in Guston, health. (Continued From Page 3) Wednesday. V R Dodson, of Stcnhcnsport, Mrs. Will Corby and three hand' spent Palm Sunday with Ins mother, Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Milt some sons, of Louisville,, arc visiting Mrs, Mjry Dodion, and brothers. Davis. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 13. V. McMiss Ellen Mingus left last week Coy. for Illinois, where she will visit relaliorn to Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Cain, GERMANTOWN tives. Sunday, April 11, a hoy, Edwin Mr Murray Robinson has returned "Spring Fever" is Natural, But Mr. and Mrs. Alec May and Mrs. Lamar. from a visit to Irviugton. Mr, and Mrs. "oht Carman were Sallic Scaton. of Olatin. were micsts Not Necessary It's Due to Miss Nettie Davis has returned of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. May, last week. Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thur from a visit of a month at McQuady. Sluggish Blood. W. Davidson, of halls of Hough, man Dowell, of Guston. Miss Gola May Robertson visited was here on business, Wednesday. Misses Ella Wilson and Laura Mcll her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Abe KEEP FEELING YOUR HAPMrs. D. E. Gray went to McDaniels, Stith were guests Thursday night of Smiley, at Kingswood. PIEST. Thursday to attend the funeral of her, Mr. and Mrs. Chcslcy Wilson, of Miss Clara Davis and Miss MarBasin Springs father. Steve Critcheloc garet R. Davis visited their uncle, Mr. Misses Jessie and Myrna Tucker Mrs. John Dircher and son, John Clint Davis. Purify and Tone Up Your Mr. Denver Smiley visited Mr. spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. V. Griffin, Jr., of Brandenburg, are visitBlood With That Famous G. Goodman, of West View. ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hardie Wilson, Friday night and SatCyrus Moorman, of JefTcrsonyillc, Foote. Tonic, Pepto-Mangaurday. E. C. Footc made a business trip to Ind., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Zelba Tucker visited Hardinsburg, Thursday. Ethel Moorman. his mother, Mrs. Dick Wilson. Do you seem unable to do any work Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Matthews went O. (J. lilanford spent Easter in The following guests at Miss Lora to concentrate, to take any interest to Paducah, Friday to sec his sister, Owensboro, with his family, who arc Wilson's Friday night were: Misses in things, during the wonderful visiting there. Lcxie, Rhea, Ldna and Lora Davis, Spring days? Do you feel just useMrs; H. K. Sims, who is ill. Miss Nora McCoy is visiting Miss ' Mrs. Gilbert Kasey and children Lillian Pearl and Gola Vay Rober( less and "no account?" Ada Gregory, of Hardinsburg. (spent part of last 'week in Ekron with son, Dora Allen. Messrs. Ernest Nothing is really the matter, exMrs. Paul Chambliss and baby, who her mother, Mrs. Nannie Fouchcc. Allen, Robert Nix, Orville Nix Hardie cept that, as happens every Spring, have been visiting relatives here re- - tMr. and Mrs. Robert' Carman are Wilson and Denver Smiley. your blood is clogged it is sluggish turned to their home in Springfield, visiting in Elizabcthtown and Glen Mr. and rMs. Dick Wilson were in with poisons from its long Winter Dean. Ohio, Saturday. Hardinsburg, Wednesday, on busi- fight. Mrs. B. S. Wilson and Miss Alma ness. Frank Compton and children, of In time, your blood will probably Cloverport, visited friends here Sat- - Wilson, of Corners, were dinner Miss Lora "Wilson visited Mr. and adjust itself. But meanwhile you fret i guests urday. Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sandy Thornhill, Friday night and worry feel unhappy and acThe Cumberland Presbyterian Mis- - James Wilson, and Saturday. complish nothing. Why do it, when sionary Society will meet Thursday Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Keith were Miss ' Lexic Lee Davis was the it is easy to clear up your blood by afternoon with Mrs. C. L. Bruington. week-en- d guests of their son, Boyd guest of Miss Gola Robertson, Sun- taking n for a while? Miss Leland Butler has accepted a Keith, am Mrs. Keith, of High Plains, day night For thirty years, doctors have been Miss Rhea, Edna B. and brother, recommending this effective and position in the Auditor's office at Mcsdames D. C. Heron, E. P. Hardaway, Ray Keith, Chas McCoy, David, were the guests of Ova RobFrankfort. tonic to purify and build up Mrs. Albert Tucker and Miss Edna C. D. Hardaway and G. R. Compton, ertson, Wednesday eve. n the glood of listless peoB. Gray were in Garfield, shopping, were afternoon callers of Mrs. Z. T. Little Lura Davis is on the sick ple. Saturday. Stith, Wednesday. ,Hsh . reel your best..,.-- Have a fine color, Mrs. James McCoy and daughter, Mrs. G. A. Foote and little n ,.: irs. rrauK uavis ana aatiK iter. n,i e,.;nn ; Davis, were the guests happy, Monday, and Tuesday in daughter, Wymona Wilson, arc spent iss Nettie Get a bottle of the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ing Mrs. J6hn Bircher, in Brauden- ' n MrVVave ,"arncr' who Is in' todav. The nearest burg" Virgil Smith. Mr Sidney Harper was the Ktiest Jrnnmo i,c ;111 n.i :III L1LII1.I i:....:.i III uu. lllllll Q1IU ll UKKUL IIU3 Miss Nannie Bandy, who is teach- of his sister, Mrs. Hester Wilson tablet form, just as you prefer. There's Air. Frank Davis was the guest of no difference in medicinal value. ing at Norton's Valley, spent the BEWLEYVILLE week-en- d his brother, Mr. Oscar Davis, of at home. But be sure you get the genuine Mrs. Tom Wilson and children. Cards have .been received here an Kingswood. Glide's Ask for it by spent several days with her parents, nounccing the arrival of a baby girl The farmers are all very busy. that name "Gude's Raymond 'Wilson and Morris Laslie and be sure the full name is on the e Mr. and Airs. John Mcador. Prom to Mr. and Mrs. Ira bipes, of Mrs. Wilson visited her grand- - ville, Iowa, March 15, Ruby Sipes. were the guests of Mr. Hard Wilson, package. Advertisement. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Weatherford, Mrs. W. R Dowell and children of Harned. of Harned. Mr. and Mrs Lewis Kennedy and spent several days last week with her Miss Nina Mae Kasey has returned parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zack Stith. baby were the guests of her mother, "i3ABY" AIRPLANIS FLY FAST home after visiting relatives in Ekron News has been received here of the Mrs. Hannah Robertson. and Rock Haven. serious illness of Mr. Winfield Stith, Mrs. E. L. Smith and son, David at the home of his daughter, Mrs. C. Kemarkablel Planes That Can Make Ninety-SiPurcell Smith, of Guston, spent Tues- - T. Barnes, in Louisville, An amorous young man met a mathMiles an Hour Are Now In Uee In day with her sister, Mrs. Owen Master Fulton Hogard Wilson, of ematical maid ut the Christinas dunce. Europe. Kasey. Basin Springs, is visiting his sister, He was us keen on flirtations ns she Miss Wilda Triplet has returned to Mrs. Howard Pate. Just ns the era of adult nutoinohllc-wLouisville, after a week's stay with Miss Laura Mell Stith was a week-he- r was on problems, and he asked her. In the conservatory, to tell hlni.her nge. followed hy the creation of h:il. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred end visitor in Meade county. Triplet. "How old ntn I?" replied the girl. motorcars. o nmv In the nerlal world W. E. Compton, of Webster, was Mrs. Geo. R. Compton entertained in town. Wednesday, "Well, when I nm ns old as my sister tlii'ie t im Influx of linhy airplanes to dinner Thursday in honor of Mrs. Mrs. Burn Dowell and children, of was when she was ns old us I will be In the park. In tho fields mid In John Bircher and son, of Branden- - Ekron, are visiting her mother, Mrs. when she Is twice as old ns I then wus other open spaces miniature airburg. Those present were Mesdames T. Dowell. I will be twice ns old as I now nm." craft are linvliiR trj'mts nil over Kn;r Z. T. Stith. G. A. Foote, John Bircher, t The young mnn. eager to please, land. James Wilson; Misses Bertha Foote, FRYMIRE looked at her in polite astonishment One of these midgets, called maiy iviuiuiu uiinail, lumuiia WllCrow." weigh 'J20 poumN Mrs. H. E. Frymire is the proud and exclaimed and It os with almost the speed of n "Never!" possessor of a new kitchen range. seaLast tobacco sale this E. R. Cart bought a fine milch cow airplane. Another bnhy from Mrs. Morgan Chapelt, of Raycalled "the pocket nlrplnne," Is so son at Cloverport, Satur; mond, Saturday. smnll that a mnn can span Its wlus. day, April 24. We are goL. S. Brashear was in Lodiburg, OUT ON "f NV fcAUSE MA. TH COP It Is 10 feet long, nnd the Inventor Saturday on business. VN&S N KAtKlM M NOaoeVS BEEN Austin Whipple, snys It will achieve ing to make a special effort Miss Bessie Lee Brashear. and Ver N NVNVtE HOU.6R.BUT SEVERAL n speed of f)0 miles an hour. A tis Sketo, of Lodiburg, spent Palm people canve wter pjvpew.snpa0 to have a big sale of both of this baby Is that ll can he Sunday with the latter's sister, Mrs. for'em'n feller smdhe hm folded for transport nnd carried InHubert Philpott, and Mr. Philpott, of dark- and Burley, and also BEEN REM)N' W6 NEIGHBORS Andyville. Pfc?ER.'N Vf VJAS SO GOOD UEGCSSEO, side n trunk. to get a large attendance We are glad to see Mr. Paris Barr The Trench nre ulso dabbling In HE'D HfcFfk SUBSCRIBE 'N THENable to walk a little by being helped IV WftDN COME VM K &MD HER WUS aircraft. An Infant monoplane of the buyers. after being laid up since the 23th, day Is turned out by n I'Yench firm at Car-saBAND HfcO GOT NVfvD'N STOPPEO December, with a broken limb. CLOVERPORT LOOSE LEAF WAREwith n span of a trifle more tluin The pwer but Then coulomt Eugene Pollock bought a fine nag HOUSE, J. Walter Boyle, Mgr. GVT AX.OM& VMVfHOUT T SO SEND IT j.'t feet, thus being two feet smaller from Arthur Basham last week. Con 0.ON,N' TUEN THE PHONE RANGr than the "British Crow." Fitted with sideration $173. V feMOlCE S(WO."TNWE OUT tAN a ten horsepower ABC engine. It has Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Roberts have a HOG - SOLO'N t COULD H(ME n speed of 02 miles nn hour, nnd can new Bohon's phonograph on fifteen SOLD A OOZE N NAORE 'N A LETTER land nt the low speed of 20 miles an days trial. SMO"TWE VMER S LKE N LETTER hour. The uvernae retail price of Mjss Mollie Barr is in Louisville, FROhA HONE N VJE GOT t BCr visiting her sisters, Mesdames Oscar these little brothers of the Capronis. HOOK PULA.A JOBNOR.'Nt MNT Burke and Harry Ellsworth, and bromap 1 Hundley Paces and Vtinys Is from ther, Hower Barr. to $1,200. We are glad to see Mrs. E. Stiff out again after several days of illness. DESERTERS ANNOY PARIS Her sister, Miss Ethel Hardesty, INTERIOR DECORATING spent part of last week with her. H. L. Bruner, of Louisville, spent Thousand Former American Soldiers BEAUTIFUL. PATTERNS last Saturday and Sunday here the Resort to Petty Thieving. guest of friends and relatives. French authorities nre planning a Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Keys and baby Will be glad to estimate ruld on all persons wearing American spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Wal for your work. Work lace Parks. uniforms who are not supplied with proper credentials and leaves of abDodson Brothers and R. Bruner will done by mechanic that take a bunch of hogs to H. H. Norsence. The situation which mny bring ton, of Webster, Monday. Dodsons knows how. Call 73 about this action Is the presence of have 20 and Mr. Bruner 8. mmitivi num iwimut CHABltS 1,000 deserters from the American Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Cart and little CONTRACTS TAKEN army In and nround Paris. son Elroy Scott and baby, Mable These deserters. In n majority of InFranklin, spent Easter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cart, of U. S. Government Warns Farmers stances, nre homeless nnd have resortWALTER HOLDER About Diseases Caused by Rats. ed to petty thieving to procure means Shiloh. INTERIOR DECORATOR of subsistence. Mr. Dick Avitt, of Lodiburg spent They carry Bubonic plague, fatal to last week with his son, Roscoe Avitt, The military attache of the Amerhuman beings. They carry foot and ican embassy has been authorized to nciping mm oil nis new residence. mouth disease, which is fatal to stock. hold a cnurtiunrtlnl on any American They kill chickens, eat grain, cause destruction to property. If you have soldier arrested. Many of these deP will kill them. Cre- serters hnve suddenly found themrats liilt mates rats after killing them leaves selves unable to move nbout the counno smell. Comes in cakes, ready for try, because the railways nre now use. Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold charging full fnre for uniformed men, and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & tnstend of the regulur rate, Co, Cloverport, Ky., and B. F. Beard as formerly. &. Co.. Hardinsburg. Ky. NEWS FROM WHY BE DULL READS ENTIRE BIBLE 24 YEARS. AND LANGUID THIS SPRING the Georgetown, Del., April 0. Resolving twenty-fou- r years ago to read the Bible through each year, George Messick, retired railroad man of has completed the task for twenty-fourt- h n, I n. He has succeeded in finishing the book each New Year's eve, with the exception of one time, when he was ill. Usually he starts on the first of the year, and he has divided the chapters to finish at the end of the year. For many years Mr Messick was baggage master at the Georgetown Station. He is about seventy-fiv- e years old. He became fond of reading the mule when a Iioy. He is a member of the Methodist church. Had the Wrong Pane. ml.ss of soven. who tin meniiirlzt'd from uuiiiltiiiih rt'iidlnpi to her portions of her Chiifterlmx. pretends to he nlilc to road. One evening she wns seated upon tho lap of n guest iiffectlng to rend one of her fn vorlte pussniies relntlng to dolls. She wus proceeding with great enthusiasm for several moments when the guest Interrupted her by saying: "Hut my dear child, I don't see anything about dolls on thnt page." "I know It," she said promptly and sheepishly. "I was reading on the wrong page." Then, turning several pages, "It's over here." A young I time. "The Primrose Gets the Cream." Mr Joseph Harth, former Count Agent of Breckinridge county has put in an order for a Primrose Separator. Mr Harth says "after looking over all the standard separators, I have come to the conclusion that the Primrose is the separator I want." We will be glad to demonstrate the Primrose for you whenever you want. B. F. I BEARD & CO. Pcpto-Manga- Try News Want Ads run-dow- I grand-Ethe- l, - i visit-Garfiel- d, d. Pcpto-Manga- - Irzcuz'rtf J tore. Pepto-Manga- n. Pepto-Mangait- ," Lohr-ther- HARDINSBURG I KENTUCKY.. I I x Our Delker Buggies are Here 1920 Models ni I vnrl-(in5- Both Steel and Rubber Tires Come in and see them Grass and Matting I full-grow- n Rugs at Special Prices Delton Grass Rugs, (hand woven rugs that will give good service) Kolorf ast Matting Rugs, full size A fibre carpet, guaranteed not to fade in washing, worth $1.25; per yard Wool-filleingrain carpet, d fine value, at per yard $18.75 6.00 75c 1.25 f' fen-lur- - -- -- M-T- V- WALL V PAPER SI.-00- 0 J. mmmmm i,-- r White Goods for Summer Sewing Sheer Organdies from 45c to $2.00 a yard. Bridal Longcloth from 35 to 50c a yard. Special quality Nainsook 50c a yard. Flaxons, Lawns, Fancy White Waistings, White Suitings and Skirtings from 35c to $1.50 a yard. Beautiful laces, embroideries and novelties for trimming RAT-SNA- Deposits Time on one-four- th Make Your Money Work IOC 2.1c HOE Dllollczrorl W. 0. CRAMM0ND, Vic HOI m HOC BH 44 Unless you are making your money work for you, you are wasting a part of its value. The interest which it wilt earn when deposited in this bank represents the work that it will do for you steadily and regularly twenty-fou- r hours a day. And in the meantime your funds will be absolutely safeguarded in this bank a bank that served the manufacturing and agricultural interests of this community for 30 years. T. 0. HALE, President President GEORGE C. WILSON, Cashier Hawesville Deposit Bank HAWESVILLE, KENTUCKY Capital, Surplus and Profits Thirty-on- e $50,000.00 t y Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co. HARDINSBURG. KY. Tit MitnJc tHt jnJcs you fmml it font" years under the same, conservative management. Known everywhere as the Sate, Sound, Bank. Four per cent interest paid on time deposits PACT 4 THE MECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, XENTUCKY APRIL , 14, HIO The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAQE, Editor and Publisher SIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENTS THAT TRANSPFRED 7WENTY-FIV-E YEARS AGO Taken From The Breckenridge News Wednesday, April 17, 1895 1876 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1920 (o) of smallpox. (o Paynesvule John Mattingly visttcd City Council is to be congratulated on passing the ordinance to his daughter, Mrs. S, E. Wilson, in Clifton Mills Mr. Haden and Thos. Our Basham had a big log rolling April 4 build an asphalt street through the main part of our town. This is an- Cloverport. -C- o) -(- o) other progressive step for a better and bigger Cloverport, and it lends enEkron Miss Mollic B. Board, Irv- iinrlav crlinnl nrcrriniypil witli M couragement for better things later on. Sunt Tas StClair Dr The expense of building the road is to be borne by the property holders ington, has been here the guest of. Parks? teacher. along the street from the L. H. & St. L. depot to Whitehead's corner and Mrs. S. J. Brown. -(- o) -(- o)the maj'ority favored making this improvement. Beech Grove Mrs. W. M. Ditto has With this off of hands the City Council is now deliberating on the Big Spring Jesse Eskridge, editor s proposition. Realizing that the latter is a much larger under- 125 hens and gets from 30 to 45 eggs Hardinsburg Leader was in town taking, it necessarily requires some deliberation. But in the meantime, are every day, but has not come up to Thursday. wc as citizens encourageing the Mayor and his Councilmcn to take definite Tom Meritt's speckled hen which has -(- o)for Cloverport, or are we continually laid eggs for 19 summers and winters action toward getting water-worSilas Moorman and daughter, Mrs. is still lively as a chicken, throwing cold water on the proposition by discouraging any thought of and Meyer, visited James Moorman, -(- o)trying to get them? -(- o)Jolly Mrs. Sam Jolly has over 100 imagination. And who wants "It cannot he done," says the man without Raymond Misses Bettie Payne and young chickens. to be credite'd with, having no imagination? Nellie Shaw and Tom Robertson, It can be done if wc set our minds to do it. sses J u die and Orvill Ball visit- - visited Miss Jennie and Cora Hendry. George Carpentier, the famous heavyweight champion of Europe, landed in any part of the Magisterial Disin America some few days ago both well escorted and well robed. For intrict you see fit. Usurped or deleMR. STEWART MAKES thirty-fiv- e trunks, a valet, a maid, secretary, manager, stance he brought gated, we don't claim to know. But ANOTHER REPLY. trainer and last but by no means least, a pretty young wife. We read that in if same is true and you do not give trunks he carries one hundred silk shirts, with separate these, thirty-fiv- e to the Webster district an eciual nor- soft collars to match, twenty overcoats, three fur coats, one fur robe, tion with any other district, we will seventy-fiv- e suits and as many pairs of shoes, and at least two hundred try to ,keeP the air around you so To The neckties. To say nothing of what the pretty young wife must have in her News:the Editortoofyours, Breckenridge warm that you will think that little Mr. Bloomer In reply wardrobe. ock .f angels hovering around you Is it any wonder that our American youths make idols of heavyweight of March 24th, of my "rushing in to 1S waving horns and spiked tails in- print." ' champions? As to the "rush," will tell you s,tea.d ? vellow wings, and we will do it. without any fear or trembling; later about that. It isn't anything out of the ordinary in London to have a good looking Vrmr stntpmpiit in rptmrri to mp we will do it with the full confidence linghsh girl who has earned a is. A degree, to stand behind the counter i "walking where angels fear to tread, 'hat every tax payer in the district and display fine silks to you. The English school teachers arc quitting the is the point. Sometimes we all make stands behind what I have said and school room for more profitable isiness. And what can be more delight- -' mistakes. But if I am mistaken in will until justice is done in this dis- -. ful to the tired shopper than to have someone of intelligence to waif upon this I am still of the same belief, that trict. you. Out Inspecting Roads. is that you have not led me to be lieve yet that you are surrounded with The crushed stone in the Irvington angeis. .Not yet! What and Webster road you speak of, will Every town profits by having a Civic Improvement League. We should a mtle "an1 you saw was just a ouncn ot yeuow- - say that I was over that road last like to see one organized in Cloverport right soon. winged butterflies ani thoroughly week and inspected it and found some they were angels. Think you should crushed stone in center of road lt There are many new fangled religions abroad in the land today, but the some medical specialist. Sum- - ed on each side. Good little piece of old fashioned kind is good enough for us. mer will soon be here and you will road, but I think our jitney jumped it be seeing them again shortly. Went from there to the road that I You admit that the Webster pre- - think had about of the Just be patient, We have yet to go through dogwood and blackberry cinct did not get any money or road money that has been spent on roads winters. work last year, then admit that a man jn the Fourth District and inspected is a fool for entering any protest. that road too. In going out found CHINESE ALPHABET REThe unerring rule of a highwayman the roads rounded up in the center, DUCED TO 39 CHARACTERS is to present a pistol in your iace and ditched on both sides, banks plowed command you to stand still while he and scraped down to five to six feet Shanghai, China Chinese of future proceeds to go through your pockets high the full length of the road, all generations will write in phonetic and appropiates your money and val low places graded ud and rocked script and use a typewriter with only uables to himself. Your demands and Coming back I took notice that it thirty-nin- e characters, ltistead of ply- - the highwayman's are a direct parallel had rained for several days and the County Agent Loy Adopts Plan "S a hrush to draw 10,000 or more- he using the gun, you use the press. road was dry and crusty, not a hieroglyphics, if mission workers sue.' wagon track or buggy track, one lope To Interest Fruit Growers in cced an effort they are making to ,.. ., Brines in Law Points , "Fliver" track that I made going out revolutionize handwriting in use in findthft ytT say seemed to be the only vehicle that ap- the !01? Growing Better Fruit. calI.s 9rder China for more than 4.000 vparo. had passed over that road since the The work of the missionaries is at portioning of the tax derived from rain. This road is in the Fourth too. said tax to each Magisterial and not last beginning to receive official sancNow come back to Webster and I The Horticultural Department of tion, and they to the dmerent precincts. Law is entertain hopes the University of Kentucky thru the eventually the Chinese brush, that founded on reason. Ask some lawyer win fhow you some roads that stand ink haul of from one to two car Extension Specialist Mr. H. R. block and ink tablet will have to go and see if this is not correct. When ,tI,e , uany, iour to eignt teams run- law says cattle, does it not mean loaus and the County Agent, N. H. to give place to more modern me- sheep, hogs, horses, goats or any- ning' continously, and have been for several years will continue indefiniteLoy is cooperating with Messrs James thods of communicating ideas. Their purpose is not only to sim- thing pertaining to stock? When the McCoy, Harned. Ky., Dr. Sphirc, and plify China's handwriting system, but law says "Magisterial District" it does ly. When it rains whole bunch has some mud holes in to stop. Thomas L. Callahan, Hardinsburg, to give the country a common tongue not mean just one little short line the road. Reason: road, it means any part of the disbabel, Ky., in renewing their old orchards. to replace the present-daIn conclusion will say that I am which renders is trict. Law docs not have to make The plan is to carry these orchards away from his even the native who al- note of every Robin Hood's born in for good roads the county over Web- own home district tln'e rasp Ami frtl,Prnlr.r thru a period of five years in order to most as helpless as a foreigner. vmir n. t Ster preCl'llCt tlOt left OUt. Voted for the road. tax. and want to see the , called for comment on my "rushing in show the possibilities in scientific have had roads improve under the taxation. BONUS FOR FARMERS ASKED. t0 P""1' Wl ', sa' that care of fruit trees as well as bringKespectfuIIy, many favorable commendations on ing in a return to the owners. The H. C. Stewart, Webster, Ky .f. the biSSe?t and be.st Washington, April 7. The farmers fan,e"? orchards in the past, similar to numer will get a farmer.s. of this community came in ous other orchards in the county have rllircd liv wheat bonus, if a bill intro- HATS IN THE RING. aam. IWlIll IU .I.UIIIUIU1UIU JJU Snntnr Mnnoi- fWne I" .. ........ r .1 lit (III Itdf n rHI'lM"ll piece da',i'nasses- Tt Proposes to make good ?na The "anas lor uiai News. oi yours A motar-boar- d mini.nV sprajmg and soil treatment. is there, perhaps; Breckenridge He said '" tin. ' hese orchards have already received to A hat too Sr h expressed his views to a dot and And cocked are also we see. of tl e of tl dormant .mm gaiid the spray of lime there that he had been payi'"B taxCS a ,0"B soldiers' caps sulphur for the control of San Jose $: "0 the? Among the company. t0 Bct an' Rood from biisl CV. wl ' ute mar. tin,e "otRecords Should Show. " scale, hollowing this dormant snrav ul.u A dunce's cap, we may be sure, mere win be put on tour summer ket price would have been much higher. Is thrown into the ring. Under your caption, "No Available sprays for the control of the apple Under terms of worm and the many rots that infest Secretary the Agriculture the bill, the Finures." vou state that there was And many straw hats premature of is to inves- - over expended in the Fourth Wave also had their fling. the fruit. In addition to the pruning and tigate the whole matter, and adminis- - Magisterial District of which Webstqr ohsmrp ,i, repose mfi.J ere spraying the orchards which have ter the act. determining who are en- - is a part Of this $700 was expended with lmw unknown. ..,.. . ....,,,, .w.kvii,. a, ,3 .awuitik- - iwi tiiavitin, JilMa, IUUJ9 aim IUIYC113, And silken p been in sod will he disked and ties fame never chose seven tons of manure per acre ed the total loss does not exceed and over $1.:Ij0 for labor, teams and Among the rest are shown. $.'30,003,000. explosives Then vou can't tell used as a mulch on the ground 1 whether any part or portion of this And over all, to top the pile round the trees. A cost account re-- 1 money was spent in the Webster pre- Aim others to command, iwu vial.& con! will be kept by the owners' of' cmct or not If you can t give any A beaver of an olden style the orchards to show the actual net "A euer way uown mere on nctter record t lian that what did you With stars upon the band. returns per acre AlcLandburg Wilson. Ten per cent of the trees in each Fiddie Creek found a bottle floating in tell me to come down and go over tne water one of the orchard's will he used as acquaintance tutner day." related an the records for. If you can't tell who "In it 'was a note from this money was paid to then how do MARRIED WOMEN AND "JOBS." checks and will receive no in order to show the contrast be- a lady, saying she was being held for you think I could! No sir, Mr. ransom by a The number of married women in tween cared and uncared for trees what ever yon band of brigadier, or Skeizicks, I am no profit! call 'em." industry has increased one hundred Faiied to Hear Anv Exnlosions. in the production of perfect fruit. . r ...!;.. ,i 4ici.iv "i I..,, i. " itjfiivu u..A i,iiif, i tn iy ui All fruit growers in the county inWhat ! wiU te vou is that l 1,ave P.ernt..",cc,"'e wa,i afiM a Ric Swollen Washington The terested in growing better fruit are Stra Idle ho fe' xk J.ad w and the Fourth . ound o t livcd '" Webster requested to watch the results obtainMagisterial District most all of my ' watchmaker of the United States is striked ed by the above named demonstra,ast l was aiTTwas loose fo lcrabi ?om,n"af "rand Micl'is tors. Field meetings will be held dur- bone dry licker that madehal Mu hoi- I was over a good home. Tar 3"'1 Tolie ;n ing the summer in the orchards when s' "8 '"I'0,"8 IV. "'any of the roads, not all I will admit he was so a Ua' ""fus the different sprays are applied and ler that honev locust tough he Could and . l "ever "card a .single explosion wol.K " climb . . tree D.ttlcwards their own convenience as to when r II interested parties arc invited to with aa wildcat under each arm and 9 ?.,Vi.r0.a s.' "ce.r.sau a ma"aAworl5 thev will com.. A Milv,,,. f(nrl be present .. .w,v..j, " t"..-- , " . inc tuuiuy never saw u ,. team .,,,, , m.. n ai advertising ; .. "ever .v..,.. , f lor women workers, ex- Star. ,m,.,,s a Pl.ctllre ? a bride, bridegroom IF THEY ESCAPE THE a tool bought for the county. If any ter with these words under- person can prov that I did see, hear a" BLACK CAP JINX. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT. neath: Many marriages are made in or know of any of the items I will make an immediate our plant: come down and pick out "Uncle" Bill Schooler set fifteen Miss Lizzie Blake of this city has your job." The factory evidently does eggs in the dark of the moon on Fri received a birth nniintitirpiiipnt nf flip apology for same. not expect the girl to quit after her lay. 1'cbrunrv I a. from which lie lias arrival of a daughter at the home of Air Will Be Quite Warm. marridge. It looks as if the American, just taken off thirteen sturdy chickens her sifter. Mrs. lolm Hris ami Mr You talk as if you had full authority home is to follow the little re'd all destined to live.TUourbon News. Briggs," Louisville, Ky. t apportioning of the ..v;.of-thschool houses-ClappeWeekly water-workks Mr, and Mrs. James G. Stephens cd their aunt, Mrs. Mollic Dejarnctc have returned from Florida to their (o) home "Alta Vista." Ruth Isaac Dcwccsc has purchas(o- )ed business house of J, T. Jones, J, H. Uasham, Harned, has sold his Rockvalc. NOTICE TO.SUDSCRIDERS property there to W. H. Payne and -(- o)When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS hand tt to thinks of locating here. Hardinsburg Len Mattingly and friend who it not a subscriber J do not throw it away or destroy it. (o) Miss Pool from the Long Lick neighMrs. A. R. Fisher and Mrs. D. R. borhood were married in the Catholic ..APRIL 14, 1920 Murray arc in Irvington visiting Mr. chinch here last Sunday. WEDNESDAY....... -o- )John Fisher and family. .Chartcy Beard, Amos Board, Jones (o) IS MAN MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN WOMAN? The lovely flowers at the M. E. Mercer and Lawrence Miller, have Unquestionably. If it were not so why do women need so much that church were loaned by Mr. and Mrs. gone to the Falls of Rough, on a IS artificial to set them off? fishing party. II. A. Oelzc. Beauty, the poet tells us, Co) . . . . Needs not the foreign aid of ornament, "Uncle" Billy Tindall, young and uiendeane uuck Moorman is in is when unadorn'd, adorn'd the most. Out sprightly at 73, came down from Louisville, seeing about chartering a A man may have a bay window and three chins but, with a shave and Stephcnsport with his young and train to Niagra Falls and Toronto, a shine, he will fare forth and face the world secure in his knowledge that blushing bride at SO, nee Mrs. Julia Canada. I nature has been generous in its gifts to him. (o) Hanks, of Stephcnsport. I Would a woman of wide waist and many chins do likewise? Never. Brandenburg High noon wedding (o) No woman who is a daughter of Eve is happy unless she has gone Irvington Miss Ellen Kitty Mun- - of Mr. Jesse Herndon and Miss Nel- through purgatory and had her hair marcelled in a permanent wave. ford and Rce Washington spent Eas- - lie B. Lewis performed by Rev. T. A man with a head as innocent of hair as a hard boiled egg will bare ter with Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lyon, M. Hawes, of Louisville. Attendants, .his dome unblushingly for alt who care to see. Misses Bertha Lewis and Allienc our hospitable hotel keeper. France hascs its hope of reconstruction on the vanities of women. Murray, of Cloverport. Messrs Geo. (o Men's interests centre largely on the ticker and the tobacco crop. Groveland Quilting is the rage in Woolfork and Robert Herndon. Miss It is a tragedy to women if she is not in style. our vicinity. Composing the party are Agnes Malin played the wedding Man never loses his sartorial satisfaction if his collar buttons behave. Mrs. J. D. Jones and daughter, Miss march. If woman does not acknowledge she is lacking in beauty why docs Kendall, Miss Lou Shacklctt, Miss (o) she spend half'her life trying to make herself beautiful? Eula, Mrs. Ben Carrico, Mrs. Sallicl Death of Miss Fannie Clarkson, Man, conscious of his pulchritude, remains as God made him and is Carrie Allen, Mrs. J. C. Willett and oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. I S. supremely satisfied with the job, tor a thing of beauty is a joy torcver.-Commerc- c daughter, Miss Lena. Clarkson, Big Spring, in Chicago SUBSCRIPTION RATES bvbtcrlptlon price $16.0 a year 60c Jor 4 montlit; TBc for 0 montht. DuilntM Localt 10c Ltr line and oc lor eacn auuitionai iniertion. Card of Thanks, over 0 linn, chanted (or at tiw rate ol 10c per line. Obltuarlca charged for at the rate of Be per line, .money in adrance. hxamlne the label on your paper, it u It not correct, picaie notify ui. ()rr and Finance. COME TO SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR Study of the Bible "To know the Bible is to be happily educated." "The testimony of the Lord is sure, making wise the simnlc." -- Usefulness The Sunday School both equips for inpfiillncs Ami nrnvnlpn flip opportunity for usefulness. Character "Character is the most valuable single asset a business man can have.' "Wherevithal shall a vmintr mafi cleanse his wivj? Rv takinoheed thereto according to thy Christian Educatio- nThe Sunday School is Ameri- ca's greatest common school of religious education. nc mat rctuscth instructions despiscth his own soul; but he that heareth reproof getteth un- dcrstanding. Effectiveness "All things work together for good to them that love God." And whatsoever he doeth shall prosper." Social Contact The Sunday School offers op- portunity for association with various types of people, the op- portunity to be in good com- pany, and a fine place to choose friends. Success With No Regrets "The blessing of the Lord, it maKcth rich, and it addeth no sorrow with it. Kentucky Sunday School Association, Incorporated. Go- - to- - Sunday- - School Day May 2, 1920. . THREE WOMEN Tula C. AND MORE Daniel. in During the war between the States, a certain town in Breckinridge : cotinty.livcd a sick woman. Some sold : iers belonging to the army which thjs woman did not endorse passing near her gate, asked permission to draw some water from, her well She refused them, Being gentlemen they rod on (. their thirst. in Another ' THE OLD MARKET BASKET "The surest way back to old fash ioned price levels is to shop with the old fashioned market basket." E. A. Cudahy, president of the Cudahy Packing Company. How clear to my mind are the prices once ruling When I was a boy and could eat all my fill. Z. Z 1 1 I I ditch-consu- four-fift- . When, famished I came from my much hated schooling And sat down to dinner with Harry and Bill. A grc t plate of meat duck or turkey in season turnips, asparagus, peaches galore, With three or four pies there was no earthly reason To stop" except stomachs that ' wouldn't hold more CHEWING GUM" All came from the basket, the brown : : wicker basket. . The old market basket that father ,us stoP and think how much chewing gum is used a day in the once bore. UnitPil Srntpc rn,i see that Eggs then cost a trifle each fresh as chewing gum does any good? Some say that it will keep your teeth will Ao f hated cold storage was known, clean, however, I think they are mis- by the way, taken. We have tooth brushes and And every one than would have paste especially for keeping the teeth thought you were crazy clean if you will only use it. I have ir '"Ut butter' as folks never seen anyone with their teeth do today. cleaned by chewing gum alone. twelve cents for a pound of good day that chewing gum was awfully pork or of scrapple. hard to get. I have a little song that A little bit higher for chops at the I heard a merchant say the other ges like this: s,tore' . , MarVi" 0",Ce l kneW a swect litt,e "" m A"d th!ngS the" ' I . da'ly to the ones who called for it, though she was not on their side nf tU Neighbor? Wrhiih f .th Two me ten you oi anotner woman a modern "neighbor", Madame Josephine of Europe heard of the deplorable condition of Armenian women and children, and, hide, herself to Frebizond, where hidden in caves "J the forrest there were multitudes. The Turks were very vigilant and it required all her tact and ingenuity to avoid being caught by them. Dressed as a peasant she made frequent trips to the Missionaries for money to buy daily rations of corn meal which she had peasants bake and carry to them in small quantities. Clothing was also smuggled to them. One bundle contained tiny garments for a new born baby! (Mother! Mother! does not this remind you of the Babe, of Bethlehem, of Him who said '"'unto the least of these, unto Me?") Madame Josephine kept them alive until the Allies captured Frebizond, and these refugees were able to emerge from their hiding places. How good was the sunlight and air which God gave them and the change of diet to that young mother from corn pone to something more appctiz- ing. Think of her when you next seat yourself at your bountiful table. .Someone said how long must I 8lve? The answer was "until God st0Ps giving to you." Women, let us wake up our grati- tude and generosity. Surely they are nly sleeping. "Give till it "ot de,ad hurts, You can reach the place where giving becomes your greatest joy. Try " and see . A subscriber of the News in ,SSPP sent a nice check to our county treasurer Mr. B. F. Beard, Hardinsburg Bank. Do thou likewise, " " "c. ",ou arl a neignuor. od bless us every one! "hcrc werc s!at!n'd bv Gycrnmcnt order, gave fresh buttcr- - 'f, women in this county, ni..:n i-- ci V" , Miss-Cor- n, ?HBVerCd BETTER ORCHARDS IN BRECKINRIDGE TheJ' Seri'ba,'keetbaSket' Hoffftfi Sb -i- ""Vmi bo61 ThonWu.?! I 111 mlf'r'TnT Nis-wong- er y - mw otten in the present when wor- Chorus. ried and harried Chewing, chewing, chewing, I think with a .sigh of those days Chewing, chewing gum of delight. The only fault I could find to her And picture the basket that father She was fond of chewing gum. then carried And brought home filled up to the I took her to the ball one night Expecting to have some fun, brim every night. How fresh were its contents, as fra- - And right in the middle of a charming -- .,.. 1. .... noli, v.i .' Kiciiii as tiuiicy. tvuii. vljPsy She StODDed to chew her criim The prices, all told, made a laughI Went to introduce hpr m mv fripn.U able score. She stood ljke she was dumb, How eagerly, gladly I'd plunk down 41 She did not say a single word. my money But stood and chewed her gum." For three times their cost at that time even four Chorus If fresh from the basket, the brown I proposed and she accepted, wicker basket, The wedding day had The old market basket that father The preacher came to tie come: the knot ' once bore. And her mouth was William Wallace Whitelock. I got disgusted and leftfull of gum. the room I started on a bum, AN OZARK ROMANCE. I swore I would never marry a girl That was fond of chewing gum. Mr. Melton Hawkins has gone to Chorus Frog Level to see his sweetheart By Shelby Harrington. Jew coulTfind to her She was fond of chewing gum. tSK nher, ' L - r - - 1 t- - A I I ! C "" I -- . 'eS sS t-- 1 i I j Their folly shall he manifest to all men. an, mo. We know the failures they are self evident. They pass us on the s'trcet with stooped back and sorrowful face. a-- . i ' Pity is all they receive and pity is not productive of happiness. You are not immune from a similar position if you fail to hear and heed the warning ' call to save SAVE The excellent facilities of this bank are at your service and we shall appreciate the opportunity to consult with you in reference to all financial matters. t .M- Smeffi ;"? 'VS ",w., -... ... ' -- -- I FARMERS BANK & TRUST COMPANY Service and Safety -- afore-mejition-- first HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY e road-fund- s r's V r RIL 14; 1H0 THE BRECKENRIDGE KEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE-- 5 ft rMpki!4lTSBs I I Misses Mary arid Addic McGavock was celebrated Easter, after morning CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS were in Skillman, Sunday the guests service, at the First Baptist church WAWMAWWWWMWWWNWMWVWWMWWWM of their grandmother, Mrs Addic in L'otnona. Rev. J Harvey Dccrc was NUlb-rie- aie you notify WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1920 Ireland. the officiating clergyman and the ring desire advertisements the editor wm.i discontinued. service was used. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Ferry spent fcttrVd'tt the Toit Office at Cloverprt, Ky. Mis j Pate, who is a handsome FOR SALE second c'au matter. Tuesday in Louisville, hi jikI, was very stunning in a suit of NarfSAOirfarfwswadfcjfcrfot FOR SALE White Kar Corn. If interested c wiiii uarK iirown nai, i'""K I II r.nlinu, H1S PAPFR REPRESENIED FOR FOREIGN nt 1T...., tr.. crl.ll'PH 911(1 filirifta A rinponn Mr. Wooiley, Welnter, Ky. w .tmj f v wi'iuiip y hnnnnnl .rC5LTu"!ayx?.f,c10Jt1 , W visit Cf roses and ferns was worn The hOR SAI.lv lull stock Illack Lamrshan nuiuniumu oi int per of vj.tiiuway, couple was attended by Mrs. J. L. itiiii iiki sun, .ii. j. krj. $1.00 same setlinu All Ifi. Also layers. White Wyatidotls price. and Mrs. Galloway. splendid Meyers of La Verne and her son, Lcc Mrs. A. C liaiham, Mystic, Ky. oo- o Mr; and Mrs. WicklifTc DcHavcn, Meyers GENERAL OFFICES Miss Pate arrived in La Verne from FOK SALE (I pure hrcd hiff hone I'oland of FordsvilIe; were here Saturday NEW YORK AND CHICAGO China hoars. Low price. E. Ilowne, CloverKentucky last Thursday evening. On port, Ky. to their farm "Bon Haven" to MMJCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES spend a week. account of a recent death in the Myers family the wedding was very M)H SALE Several farms of my own on ooo the High Way, They run from CO to 300 Mrs. Carl Balis and son, Moorman quiet. Immediately following the cereRATES FOR POLITICAL c8. l'riccs riBnt' S, M. Haynes, Willis Balis, who have been guests of mony the young couple left in their Ky. Mrs. Balis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. machine for a honeymoon trip to the Fer Precinct and City Officea- 2.B0 O. Willis, went to Louisville, Cos fresh. Joseph Satur- Glenwood Mission Inn at Riverside, FOR ror, vounir uincci. 5.00 Dallman, Cloverport, Ky. day to visit Mrs. I. B. Randall a few and the beaches. They will be at home .1 SUl'e and" Ulntrlct' Opcca. 110.00 cam, per line 10 days before returning to their home aftcrthc 13th of April at the home of FOR SALE 0 good horses from B to 8 Carda. oer line in i in Mansfield, Ohio. Mrs.' J. L. Myers, an aunt of the yeara. One mare heavy with foal. 1 Illack Far all Pubficatlona in the Intereit ol norse rnuie, groom on the Foothill boulevard. years old, lOJi hands high. ooo indlrlduali or exorenton of Individ' Sold under a guarantee. Prices right. Must V. G. Babbagc, Notary Public. Bulletin, Monona, Cal. nal views, per line .10 he sold. Geo. Eskridge, The Stock Man, ooo Hardinshurg, Ky. Mr. Henry C. Pate is convalescing Sunday School Class STARK-LOWMACO. his home on River Street after a To Be Entertained. at FOR SALE Several good fresh cows and also one hig boned registered Poland China two weeks illness with a severe cold. Louisville Representatives Hoar. James A. Dcavin, McQuady, Ky. ooo Mrs. David B. Phelps will be hosMr. Bernard Lewis, of Decatur, III., tess Thursday evening to an informal DORAN'S GAPE REMEDY A guaranis the guest of his parents, Mr. and teed cure for gapes. Thousands testify to party for the members of her Sunday Mrs. Henry Lewis. its marvelous cures. Money back if it falls. School class of the Methodist church, ooo 2Tic, postpaid. Circular free. Agrnts wanted. W. 11. Doran, Brandenburg, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Powell and little South. The guests will include the members of the class and visiting Mr. B. Squires and daughter, Miss cnn.nf Hnnnvf lit Ttirl rami am FOR SALE If you want a new or used Ford Kathleen Squires were- in Louisville, spent the week-en- d with Mrs. Powell's mcl'crs. car see W. C. Moorman, Hardinsburg, Ky. last week, shopping. aunt, Mrs. Dora Miller, Hardmsburg, He can deliver the cars and save you Sip Iwrkniribge Nrw 'VWlWWVWWWy. WANTED Female while help for attendants and various poiitions. Write to Superintendent stating aire and past employment. Indiana school lor Youth, Ft. Wajrne, Indiana. reelile-.Minde- WANTED MISCELLEANIOUS C.Al'F. CTKF..& to cure, or money refunded. Ily mail, 2.V each. Free literature. Agent make liiff money Address, National (Jape Cure Co , Ilrandenhurg, Ky Guaranteed WHITE DIARRHEA CURE ..'' "" w.ite--Quin- I w V NT J. r. Dutschke, Holt, ky. T. , . , ,0' .'l08 UgUt fee(,er- - SWMWWWVWWVWWrVWWWrVyMWAAWAAMs LOST - raiors and o'ie hnre, all in one liox. Will pay a reward of $1 "0 for their return to me Austin Beavin. Cloverport, Ky. LOST - tc Oar-fiel- SALE-Jer- sey New Goods for Spring-Refres- hing VI the Home Curtain Serin? Swiss, tnarqui-sette, in white Ecru, Cretonne, flowered and striped Silkoline Light and Dark Patterns Counterpanes; Pillow Tops; Fibre Rugs, 9x12; Small Grass Rugs; Window Shades; O' Cedar Mops; Bon Ami. . N - ntr . Next Sunday, April 18, you arc FOR SALE White Rock Eggs from Fishel'a Strain. $2.00 and $2 50 cordially invited to attend the Lucile per lit. Baby chicks 2.to each. Mrs. Frank Memorial and hear Dr. T. N. Williams Mattingly, The Castle, Cloverport, Ky. con rail. Air. preach both morning and evening. Of Personal J. I Case 12 Mrs. Lucy Pate, who has been quite FOK SALE-O- ne ' Mrs. T.S. Nicholas and daughter, Miam traction engine, in good sha;v. furill is again able to be out. Miss Louise Nicholas, have returned ther particulars write Will French, Mystic, Nice Line of Clothing Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ray have moved Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGill trom a visit in Evansville and to Rockport, Ind., where they will Vi"it Bride's Aunt. Dig Bone Poland China boar, FOR SAIF for Men and Children make their home. two cows to be fresh soon. R. P. Miller, Mrs Simon Beavin and sou, BcrKirk. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Leon McGavock had Write Fordsville Planing Mill Co., for price of Lalley Light Plants. They for their quests Sattirriav. Mr. nnrt ?ru, went to tvansvi ie. Saturday to tOR SALE Two good fresh milk cows, one .ar,..?"vJ'n.Mrs. Robert McGill, of Evansville, can install them promptly, ?!" is ill at her home a registered Ky. Jersey, Mrs. Charles Bohler, Dunn :., ...... tnnW ninm ... n,an Cloverport, ooo whose tnnrrfoD-.. Z.. U,ll Mfss Ray Lewis Heyser and Missjc'ty Thursday, April 7, at the home Raymond Lee Wilson, after a long FOR SALE Old newspapers. Cc a bunch. Cleona Weatherholt returned Mon- - of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ilreckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky. illness, was able to return to school D. C. Williams. day from a short stay in Louisville. on Monday. The bride, who was Miss Vida Remington typewriter No. C, The many friends of Mr. Will Per- FOR SALE Good as new. Further informRemodeled. Mr. Chas. P. Sawyer, Mrs. Joe J. Williams, is the pretty and attractive kins, formerly of Cloverport now of ation call or write The Ilreckenridge News, Sawyer and son, Charles Emilus Saw- niece of Mrs. McGavock, whom she Dayton, will be sorry to learn that he Cloverport, Ky. yer were in Hawesville, Thursday the Vine iticiforl ' ?ight H.e was P,aced FOR SALE Thompsons Ilarred Rock ImMr. and 'Mrs. McGill left Saturday has. los. his guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. perial Ringlet Eggs. Good hatches and safe evening for Skillman to spend Sunday u"aer ,l.nc care ' "vo a0'e specialists, arrival guaranteed. Mrs. F. C. English, iviiu is witn Airs. Alcuills grandmother. Mrs. more uisiuuiagc uic mti uiiii u He Cloverport, Ky. than temporary blindness. Mr. C. P. Sawyer will return to his Addie Ireland, before returning to is being dieted given up drinking cof- - FOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages. Evansville, where they will reside. in home ... fTnliimliiic. , O Thnrcdnv . w, .Hj fee, eating meat or any kind of starchy The Ilreckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. ooo ooo lood Given Birthday Party. 2(MI acres of timber, a large ;Miss Mary Douglas Inman was in April 7, some of Robert Daugherty's FOR SALE portion Beech, also 100 acres of hill land ouisville. Sunday the truest of her Miss Eleanor Martin friends assembled at his home where lying near Chcnault, Ky. M. J. Robertson, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Inman. I have left in my pens a few nice coming Frymirc, Ky. they enjoyed the annual birthday dinMiss Eleanor Martin was honored ner. He was well remembered. FOR SALE Son go into the garden and For prices on that new Rubber Tire on the ninth anniversary of her birth three year old mules. A kind that will Mr. T. C. Canary bring me New Buggy, latest- style, write Fordsville with a party from 3 to 5 o'clock, Sat- - week with Mr. Jim spent a night last but where'a is the Guinea Bean. Yes mother, wheelbarrow? Wonderful DeJearnctte. Planing Mill Company, Fordsville, Ky. urday afternoon, April 10, at the home develop into real mules. Also a few good new vegetable product, grows ft. to Mr. Luther Pate and Mr. Purcell long weighs 10 to 15 lbs. Trial pkg. of of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles have bought the store of Mr. Will seed by mail 12c. Edward Gregory, CloverRev. J. S. Henry was in Bardstown, Martin in Breckinridge Edition. farm mares. Prices are right. Cash or Pumphrey on the Hill. port, Ky., Box H5. Wednesday to attend the funeral of' Miss Martin was assisted in rcceiv- Lee Wood was struck by a wire at ing her guests, who numbered forty, the shops Saturday afternoon knockapproved paper. Father O'Connell. by her sister, Miss Elizabeth Martin, ing a tooth loose and receiving slight SHE PLEASED THE EDITOR. Messrs. W. K. Darst and son, ooo injuries on his face and neck, Mrs. Hettie Beavin, who lives near Wedding ' Harry Darst went to Louisville, to Critcheloe-ComptoEVERYTHING MUST SELL! here, was in the city last Saturday spend Sunday with the former's nep- - Solemnized April 3. MEADE COUNTY TO HAVE and came to The Breckenridge News new, tarl Darst, and Mrs. Darst. A HOME COMING JULY 8. office to renew .for the paper. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William R Critche-loBeavin knew what please the Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Clark spent the of McDaniels, announce tbe marFormer residents of Meade county Editor when she saidwould couldn't get she week-en- d in Louisville. riage of their daughter, Miss Rhea are to have a Home Coming Day this VIC ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, Kentucky without the News after once o 'o o Critcheloe and Mr. Herbert T. summer on Thursday, July 8, at along a being subscriber. Prompt renewals Mrs. Charles Moorman. Jr.. Paints- - Compton, Saturday, April 3, lOUO. Brandenburg, the county seat. The and a ville, Ky., is the guest of her mother, ooo date was fixed last week and com- - always good word for the News are appreciated Mrs. W. H. liowmer. April Bride Given a mnttees have been appointed to ooo Miscellaneous Shower. complete the arrangements for the Mrs. R. T. Polk, who has been con meeting. L. H. Powell was elected fined to her home nine weeks due to Miss Eva Basham. whose marrino-Chairman and Mrs. H. K. Ditto, sec- an attack of influenza, was able to be to Mr. Alfred Z. Miller will take place retary. wccr. iui me mai nine. um in prn, was guest oi nonor Saturday afternoon at a miscellaneous shower NATIVE OF SCOTLAND Mrs. Hettie Beavin returned to her given by Mrs. R. A. Shellman, at her DIES IN HAWESVILLE. home near Cloverport, Wednesday, home in. Stephensport. Mrs. Shellman after a week s visit with her daugh was assisted in receiving by little Miss Hawesville, Ky., April 9. Mrs. ter, Mrs. John Walker, and sister-i- n Virginia M. Ferguson and Master Mary Hardy Brook, eighty years old Beavin. law, Mrs. Simon William L. Gibson. The dining room and a native of Scotland, died Tuesooo was artistically decorated with earlv day at the home of her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Harry Weatherholt snrinr flowers. H.iintv refreshments Eliza Lander of this place. She is JTt and daughter, Willis Ann Weather- - being served to forty guests. Miss survived by another sister, Mrs. Mar- nuiu, who nave ucen living in at. uasnam was the receipant ot many garet Young, of Scotland. Louis, have gone to Eldon, Mo., to beautiful and useful presents. Mr. Chas- - Brook, of Virginia, Miss reside , ooo Mary Hope Hardy, of Kansas, and . O O o fnun.-.Miss Jean Leitch, of Pittsburg, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Kitchen, who Home of Mr. and Mrs. Thbs. Davis. funeral. TiBFrMSBy jflIIBI 'ft'Jn yPUy ucen spenuing me winter wnn fr. and Mrs Hugh Wood returned Bas; SpringS April 12, (Specia- l)- UNHAPPY RESULTS OF OUIJA to Hojkinsville, Saturday. Louisville Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Davis enter BOARD AND SPIRITISM. Times tained at their beautiful country home ,o o o Statistics show there are more peo Mrs. Roy Thomas has gone to Saturday the following guests: Mr. Lodiburg, Breckinridge county, to vis- and Mrs. Walter Nail and baby, Julia' pie in the insane asylumns in this it her sister, Miss Maydaline Bassett. tiMzauetn, ot vine urove; Mrs. John ' country than in our colleges and Mrs. Cliford Davis and son, versities and that and Elizabethtown News. Clifford. Jr.: Mrs. E C. Harned and Spiritism have much to do with it. Mrs. A. M. Miller went to Stenh. daughters, .Misses Kuth. Mary Ann Well, anybody who is weak enouch to and listen to the ensport, Thursday to be the guest of and Martha Harned. of Garfield; Mrs. talk to Elmer King and little son, Nevitt gabble of Spiritism hasn't far to go her lister, Mrs. Olivia Lay. ooo J.ing. towards losing reason. Kead your Mr. H. M. Jolly has moved from ooo Bible for comfort Mrs. Grinnell. ' Betrothal of Miss Mattingly Lewisport, to 400 E. Lafayette St., Meade County Messenger. Detroit, Mich. And Mr. Dowell Announced. ooo NO GIFT Mr. Aubrey Hickerson, of StephensMarriage bans were issued in the A business-lik- e man stepped into port, made a business trip to this city, St. Rose Catholic church Sunday a butcher's shop. Eg inursuay. morning announcing the betrothal of. "A piece of beef for roasting," he Kat,e his re Mlss Allen Mattingly, ot tins city and ordered, briskly. bone, was thrown ...SLh ,nC Dowell, of .Hardinsburg. The meat, mostly "Mr, ' A11SS Alattmgly is a daughter ot the on the scales. We have a nice stock, fully guaranteed. If you are going to Rfi"? m',ln.VnVn"f'S,n,r,MrS' JeSSe.late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mattingly. "Look here,". remonstrated the man. ........, ... .. ...... ooo "you're giving me a big piece of ooo buy anything in the above lines write us and we will, send you our bone " Mrs Grover Welsh, of New Albany, Luncheon at Pendennis Club for Mrs. Clarkson. "Oh, no I ain't," said the butcher price; freight paid to your railroad station. was here Wednesday. blandly, "yer paying fcr it." D. & ooo ' You owe it to yourself to get best Mrs. T. P. Taylor was host W. Chat. . at luncheon at the Pendennis prices on that new wagon before NOTICE ll you buy, Write Fordsville Planing Club, in honor of Mrs. Harry Carload John Deere Farm Implements Rapid advances in newspaper print Company, their price will come worth, of Lexington and Mrs. Ben-t- o A jamfn S. Clarkson. you first mail. stock i$ sending wallpaper sky high. -o o The table was decorated with a Prices have been guaranteed to us Received Miss Mildred D. Babbage will be French basket filled with snrinc flow- - only for .this month. Get vour order hostess to the Wednesday Club this ers. Covers were laid for: Mesdames in at once. jgf weelf. Znn Henrv Hnswnrth. Hrninmin S. ClnrW- -i Kiliunrrl firturnrv Ir a a l son George ij. weei, u. iv i'roctor, We will be glad to send you literature about any of the above Mrs. Charles Hamble ton and daugh- - L ,dia Ciarkson Kemper. Eugene Ray, CARD OF THANKS ter, Miss Lucile Hambleton, have re- - T; p Taylor. Courier-Journmentioned. turncu irom a visit wu.i relatives in , Q00 We desire ,0 thajk our friends am, lanneiton. Six O'clock Birthday neighbors 'for their kindness and svm' If you are interested in the LALLEY FARM pathy shown us in the illness and loss Miss Rosa Carwi'le. who has been DInncr For John McGavock. of our father S J. Burdette. ' --TTZ in Louisville for four weeks wis1 ill PLANT, write us and we will give you ohn McGavock. son of Mr :N.Ias.ter The Children. able to return to her home in Mc- anJ Mrs- Leon McGavock, celebrated full information promptly by mail. Daniels last week acconiDanied bv the """' anniversary of Lis birth on "The Farmer's Worst Enemy-R- ats. her father ' I W Carwle lhursuay evening, April a, with a six The Farmer's Best Friend- p o o, Mrs, Wilbur Gregory and son, o'clock dinner at the home of his Kmneis firecorv went to Louisville, parents in the East End. The invited guests included Misses Mayme Ban-- 1 These are the 'words of James Ba.x- Sninrrlav o oo non Sawyer, Marian Bchen, Kathenne ter, N. J .: "liver since I tried KAi- Mrs, William S. Bpvymer and child- - Phelps and Margaret Newsom, Mas- - SNAP I have always kept it in the JAKE WILSON, Manager ren arrived Saturday to spend .the ters Billy Phelps, Hugh Barret Severs house. Never fails Used about' $3 00 week-en- d with Mrs. Bowmer's moth- - and Maurice Bandy FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY a year and figworth of . ooo er Mrs. David Bell. Mrs. Bowmer' j,T ure it 'saves me $30j in chicks, eggs Nuptial is convenient, P returned to St. Louis on Monday and and feed just break .up cake, no mixing with 2411 .then go to California with Mr. Celebrated Easter Morning. r, citlier 'fniid " Tliret sires. !.tp. ROe. -, .. v, Twowmcr, uuring tncir auscncc, V.... .wVa. Meyers, Si.oo.' Sold and guaranteed bv Conrad k ind' Mrs. Bowmer's children will r be ,. . . The weddiiiuof Milton A. ... .. ..-"-' ii... Missovin, ,anu1"Missvpayne.&..C, Cloverport. Ky., and U. I oi their granumotner, Mrs. ot at. tM i i Mrs. John Kincheloe, of or. snent Sunday and Mondav with her cousin, Mrs. Shelby Conrad, and HILL ITEMS money. SOCIETY ITEMS Interest horse-powe- r 1 - I "V? -- J. C. NOLTE & BRO. e-- 1 ... CLEARANCE SALE! -- - '.I I I n e, E ii sv i O I T?ntf-t-inf- t unt-Nevi- tt, Ouija-Boar- i Ouija-Boar- ds : Now is the Time to Buy I I f o- ' I Buggies, Surreys and Wagons i?n . Bos-Mi- 0 j I Just I I R- - al 000 I i LIGHT I Rat-Snap- ." I I FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. RAT-SNA- P Pate-Meye- rs RAT-SNA- - s i, -- 7- BH. gut .... . .... ..... - -- -- --- ' -- LuLBvtlJe-.,Hcrald- .k, iUiyliarWa.tpn PateJof-Kentucky- Bea'rd oHardinsburg, Ky. .''! MfcOftt i THE IMCKENHTDGE NEWS, CLOVBKPOXT, KENTUCKY UMwMMilMa active in the campaign, declared that as soon as possible it was hoped to start another inquiry, into the cloth ing business and prices, and that still Was Twice Examined and Personnel of Committee Comothers would be set .afoot with a view posed of Kentuckians who Time Told Operation Each of getting at responsibility for high prices, and determining remedies. Rise' Above Factions. Would be Her Only Hope. comprises The shoe McNary, Kenyon, Gronna .Senators just finished my third botKentuckians who arc concerned (N. D.,) Republicans and Kced (Mo.) tle"I have of Tanlac and have gained twenty-seve- n limit rtrati nnlitir ns nil end to eooil Cattle and Hog Breeders and Jones (N. M ,) Democrats. Of pounds," was the truly remark- government cannot fail to take heart able statement made by Airs. Chas. from the announcement made this Chicken Raisers, Live Stock AMERICA'S FRUIT, THE APPLE Pcden, residing at 550 Milt St., Hunts-vill- week of the personnel of the Demoand Tobacco Dealers of Alabama Mrs. Pcden is one of cratic Committee which have been rethe best known and most highly re- cently created as an outcome of the County Breckinridge People Are Beginning to Show It spected women of that city where she Conference held in Louisville. Proper Appreciation, and Crop They are composed of men who has made her home for a number of Should Be Increased. years. rise above factions whose chief aim When I commenced taking the is not "getting jobs for the boys" who Hall Stock Farm Americans nre coining to trent medicine," she continued, "I only arc in politics for what they can put Glen Dean, Ky. (08) pounds f into it, and not for what they hope more ns n food und It" as u weighed ninety-eigPolled Durham Cattle. Poland China bctwccn-mcalsuperfluity tlmn they now 1 weigh one hundred twenty-fiv- e my to get out of it. felt better in They arc the character of men that, Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hamp- used to do, jet when the north wind pounds and never life. For years I have suffered with a entrusted with any business enterblows nnd the fireside glows they bad form of stomach trouble, consti prise, would give it character and shire Sheep. pation and pains in my side and back. stability, and make of it a success. liave won 1000 Ribbons at State Fals in enn't refrain from paying especial t Ion to the question whether there At times the pains took the form of The Democratic party will not fail of . 1'att Five Yean Is n plenty of them. This year, the torture and I was twice examined and their best efforts, their most sincere fnrm reports tells us. there Is not. each time told that an operation endeavor. had On the executive committee are Col There ure. In the whole country. would be I my only hope. Ininety-eig- fallen Home only weighed P. H. Callahan, of Louisville; former 1.001.000 barrels fewer than there off until OWEN & SONS, Propleton W. J. pounds and was so weak I could hard- Senator Johnson M. Camden, of Verwere In 1018. nnd nlmost the snine ly get around. sailles; Judge Chas. A. Hardin, of Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 crop of 1010. shortage from the "I had no appetite scarcely at all, Harrodsburg; Marion E. Taylor, of Poland China Hogs a Specialty though we nre considerably better off and what little I did eat would cause Louisville; Mrs. John A. Fulton, of thnn we were In 1017. That Is. we gas to form in my stomach which Bardstown; and Mrs. S. J. Fetter, of Polled Durham Cattle have 24.000 000 bnrrels this yenr. gave me palpitation of the heart, sick Ashland; H. A. Sommers, of 'That's nbotit one for each family In headaches and a dizzy feeling about THE HOWARD FARMS the country, nnd each family, not each the head When those spells came onI The general committee is composed I would get awfully nervous. of the following: member iheienf, might. If they were me, J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. myself until I could A J. A. Alexander, Springs Station; Imve one apple n worried about Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Sultan. evenly distributed. Desha Breckinridge, Lexington; Jas. will rest and sleep but little.I Sultan, heads the herd l dny. The true loer of npples ton of "I had fallen off until. was almost B. Brown, Louisville; John E. BuckDuroc Hogs, Sprague Defender headi the never ndmlt this to be sufficient, and 'skin and bones' and my strength and ingham, Paintsville; Mrs. John C. herd. he should not. Dreedcrs of ml. prize l'olled Shorthorn energy were slowly leaving me. I had Castleman, Louisville; Mrs. Samuel T. Heifer (Senior yearling class) to a dread of the future and could see Castleman, Louisville; Mrs. Harrison It Is not especially, cheering Chicago, 11)111 learn that the country's crop of np- nothing but the operating table and G. Foster, Lexington; Harry Hanger, Ky. ples does not tend to Increase. Our the knife I had a perfect horror of Richmond; Mrs A. M. Harrison, LexGlen Dean, operation, but had made up my ington; Alex P. Humphrey, Louisrecord rrop was In 1012. but we had an mind that it was either life or death ville; Mrs. J. C. Layne, Ft. Thomas; nlmost as ninny In 180(1. nnd the crop and prepared to submit to it. I had Miss Alice Lloyd, Maysville; Mrs. In 1S0." was grenter than flint In made all preparations for the operaEdmund M. Post, Paducah; Mrs. Cora Hardinsburg, Ky. either of the pnst four eai. Hut tion and called on my sister to tell Wilson Stewart, Ashland; James Ut- the apple Is Amerlcn's fruit, the most her troodbyc. as I did not know terback, Paducah. Dealers in satisfactory, the most dependable, the whether I would live to see her again LIVE STOCK AND or not. My sister begged and pleaded most healthful fruit In the world. with me not to allow them to cut on Turt'e Eggsjn Chow. Hartford Times. TOBACCO me and told me to wait and try a Boiled turtle eggs nre n novelty good tonic for a while. The next day which litis been ndded to the mess of MADE THEIR MOUTHS HOT as I returned from the consultation murines on duty nt room I thought of .what she said, and the United Stntes nt Guuntnnaino Bay, the naval stntlon Hardinsburg, Ky. so much about Tanlac California Teacher Said to Have Used as I had heardtry it as a I decided to last resort. Culm. Dealer in Red Pepper to Check Profanity. turtles were capand stopped at the drug store and , Two s Miss Kthel B. Dernier, n teacher got a bottle. Ut course, 1 Had lost tured lecenily by murine while sidlHorses, Mules, Fine Sademployed nt the Vine Hill school In heart and had no faith in medicine, dle and Harness Horses. ing a small boat on the hay. When Contra Costa county, Cal., will be but to please my sister, I made up they ueie killed more tlmn 100 eggs It will pay you to visit my Stables summoned to appear before the state my mind to take it. and oh, what a were found In each. board of education to explain u charge happy day that was for me! The ess of the turtle when re"I never returned for the operation, that he lins punished "Mldren under moved from. the body lins n soft shell. her care by compelling them to re- but just kept taking Tanlac and my The egg Itself Is about the size of a imporvement has been so rapid that tain In their mouth quantities of red The Inside resembles In G. N. Lyddan pepper for periods of as much ns none of my clothes fit me. Right from hen's ess. appearance the yolk of a Wood, state the start I began to improve The taste nnd FARMER AND FEEDER thlity minutes. Will C. medicine seemed to take hold right at hen's ess. superintendent of public Instruction, once. It had a soothing effect, and in The ecirs are boiled hard, and the Irvington, Ky. said. a few days I felt no pain at all. I was shell Is peeled off like the outer skin Ber- Charges seeking to have Miss so happy over my wonderful improvenler's certificate to teach revoked have ment that I sent for my neighbors to of an onion. WEBSTER STOCK FARM been tiled by Itolund T. Mel'herson, a tell them how much better I felt. I H. H. NORTON, Owner lesldent of Contra Costa county. An sent and cot another bottle of Tanlac Mrs. Bowen Tells How Rats Almost Burned Her House Down. r and have just finished my third and' affidavit by Mcl'herson said the Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in treatment was given to boys by feel like I have been made over a.gam "For two months I never went in All Kinds of Live Stock. Miss Bender to punish them for use into a I new woman "As have said before, I now weigh our cellar, fearing a rat. One night langunge. -: Webster, Kentucky. of profane pounds and in bed I smelled fire. Sure enough one hundred twenty-fiv- e none of my clothes are big enough the rat had been nibbling at tne for me, and I will have to make them matches. If I hadn't acted promptly over again. I now have a ravenous my house would have been burned P appetite and my husband says I am Later we found the dead rat. killed it. It's great stuff." simply eating him out of house and ALL KINDS OF home. I have even gone back to my Three sizes, 25c. 50c, $1 00. Sold and coffee which I was told not to touch. guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co , Those horrible pains in my back and Cloverport, Ky.; and B. 1 Beard & head have all disappeared and I sleep Co . Hardinsbrug, Ky. like a child. I am no longer nervous, and when I get up in the mornings I am now able to attend to my house-ferefreshed, cheerful and bright. I work again and I feel as if I had WOOD WORKING AND HORSESHOEING started life all over. My husband is highly delighted and my recovery is the talk of the neighborhood. I do nothing but rejoice all day long over the recovery of my health and praise Tanlac to everybody. "I feel so grateful for my escape from the operating table and the knife that you may publish what I have said; you may if you wish, tell other women suffering as I was to come and see me and I will be glad to tell them about my case." Tanlac is sold in Cloverport, Ky , at Wedding's Drug Store. Adv. Washington, April 7. Present high prices of shoes will be Investigated under the resolution introduced by Senator McNary (Ore) and passed has by the Senate A been named by the Committee on been to-da- Manufactures, which will take up the SENATE TO INQUIRE Friday. INTO SHOE PRICES. inquiry on Kenyon (Iowa), wh6 has Senator y MRS.CHAS.PEDEN UN CHARGE DEMO-GAIN- S PROTMTAMTrf SHOW f'l '! APRIL i1" '"HI 27 POUNDS! CRATIC CAMPAIGN STARTLING DECREASE IN CHURCH MEMBERSHIP. New York, April 0 The smallest annual increase in Protestant church thirty years U recorded for 1019, in membership in the United State's for l, statistics compiled by Dr. II. K. who prepared the first official census of rcigions, nnd made public tonight by the Christian Herald. The increase for 1010 was only SO,. 000 as compared with the average increase for the ten years previous of 771,074. The slump started, he said, ih 1018, which showed an increase of only 13:5,000 members, The hitherto mo3t prosperous in the United States showed the following decreases for the year: Methodist Episcopal, Presbyterian (U. S. A Northern) 32,308; Disciples of Christ, 17,045; Methodist Episcopal (South), 10,404; Northern Baptist Convention, 0,150; National Baptist Convention, 35,007; Presbyterian (U. S. A. Southern), 8.811; United Presbyterian, 2,000; Presbyterian, Cumberland 1,045; Welsh Calvinistic Presbyterian, 022; Norwegian Lutheran, 2,010. Among reasons assigned for decreases were interruption or supen-sio- n of regular work of many parishes by the war; calling of pastors from pulpits by the concentration of efforts in centenary and other gigantic drives for funds, and a great increase in deaths, due partly to Kar-rol09,-04- 0; WATCH THE BIG Stomach 'Kldneya'tiemttrl keep the vital orpins 1 JUay regularly taking the workra i DIRECTORY a- ard remedy for kidney. bladder and uric acid trool c, GOLD MEDAL The National Hamedy of HoHaasj tannin and endorsed by Quaan I I JJH Planters nn-p- le ht s tnlnsu. At all druggicta, tbrM Look for Die nam CaU MeeM m swatr aad accept M tatMaWe nt-to- n PERMANENT DENTIST Dr. R. I. STEPHENSOI Office Valley Stock Farm ht MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. Specializing In Trial Practice , MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 20 1606-7-- 8 Inter-Southe- Eliza-bethtow- n. Building , j buuiaviiiba SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS More lhan ii Years Experience White-hal- -- Inter-Nation- BEARD BROS. THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan is the favorite family car, seats five comfortably. While an enclosed car with permanent top, it has large windows, and may in a minute be changed to a most delightful open car with always a top protecting against the sun. In inclement weather it is a water-proclosed car, f. f, Finely upholstered. Equipped with electric starting and lighting system and demountable rims with tires front and rear. A real family car. Won't you come in and look at it? I he delights ot the electric car with the economy of the Ford. dust-prooof cold-prooch C. V High-Clas- Robertson PARK PLACE PATE BANrTpT J y&J Hardinsburg, Ky T. J. HOOK pep-ne- :- :- -: oa NM RAT-SNA- Blacksmithing All kinds of repair work done on short notice and at reasonable prices at the old Smith shop behind livery barn. Call and give me a trial el No YAMELS sir-e- e, boh! m Me-- i cwis-a- jL ni0miiimt with USE DOGS AS SMUGGLERS .Animals Aid Illicit Dealers in Bringing Liquor and Drugs Into the United States. tl iilAfJAUVAl quality plus Camels ex--V nert blend of. choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the most wonderful cigarette smoke you ever drew into your mouth! puff-by-pu-ff NATHAN KING Hardinsburg, Ky. Training dogs to smuggle liquor across he Klo (jrautle river Is t lie I FEED 6. Corn, Oats, Hay, Tankage, Cotton Seed Meal LOUISVILLE, KY. GET OUR PRICES EDINGER & COMPANY Make Your Savings Earn Why Conservative Investor, Banks and other Organizations Invest in our 6 First Mortgage Gold Bonds. ft They an flnttnoriiiaKi) on liiiijrovml realiutate worth I0JX more than amountof mortgage. They yltilil th liu.t rate of liuermt oultiit with Hafety, They am always width Itw ittnts on Urn dollar. Not flfetuxt by wars, strikes, economlo Changs, tic, 1 ffr aw guaranty both as to prim Ipal and Interest by this Company with atsU of "Ilils Company has bwm In business I.' years and has furnished Investment for millions of dollars In first mortgages without the of a dollar and without trouble or worry to tho Investor, Maturities 2 to VI years In amounts of f (), (.VX), JlotM, hs l E. 3. Consolidated Realty Company 231 South Fifth Street, KY, Woolr, Manager Department 4 Other Information Gladly Given. LOUISVILLE, C. C. HUatt, FrMlaeM 3e Henry M. Jolnwoa and Cm. CouumI latest device of Ingenious minds of those who make u living by means or Illicit Importation to the Uulied States of liquor ami ill tigs. Thai Innovation In line running cume to light nt I'l 1'iiso. Tex., tecently when u Mexican river guard shot a "tins smuggler" In the net of swimming die Itlo Crunde with four bottles ot teiUilu. u Mexican liquor of cue l us distillation, tied across his back. The dog. us tne story of the serv-ic- e to his muster Is told ly Untied Suites customs men, had been making nightly trips between Juarez and HI I'ubo with contraband goods 'fur several months. The strange, but regulur, actions of the ntiliiial first weie noted by customs ollkers about two mouths ago. Beginning ut two o'clock In the morulug, the dog would begin his operations. Slgmil lights (lashed by confederates Iti the gang of smugglers stationed on each side of the river always preceded the dog's trip across strcuiu. Dashing out of a cluster of bquitlld udohe houses along the Mexican side of the river, the animal would plunge Into the Itlo Uruude with his load. Emerging on the American side, the "smuggler" always wus successful In eluding pursuers, who often sought to lasso the dog, being louth to shoot un unsuspecting law violator. w ITURKISH & DOMESTIC! CI is as new to you as it is delightful. Yet, that desirable "body" is all there! the way to prove that statement is to compare Camels with any cigarette in "world! the Camels have a mild mellowness that And, They are always refreshing never tire your taste. thef BLEND KM QAM T T Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odorl Your say-s- o about Camels will bo: "Afy, but that's a great cigarette'. jMcJtatfaa Camaa ara told mrorywhtro cifararrasf m a utrontlynoommtndthi carton forth homm oroBicm tuppty or whtn you giMmminmpMpmr-wTwiw- u ot 20 cZaraMaa; or in ushatiHetUy ln pacaaiaa iwiun, lmd 1300 www lrrL ft J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. WiMtoa-SlB- , N. C 14,. M. 10 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY I PAGET est demands the improvement of the following section of the public road, within the county of Breckinridge state of Kentucky, towit: Louisville, Paducah Highway. Beginning, county line, (Sta. 2493) and running in a westerly direction toward the Breckinridge-Hancoc- k county line, (Sta. 4217) plus 83, as far as the available funds will construct. That, pursuant to the provision of Chapter, 87 acts of Kentucky, 1014. Application be, and the same is hereby made for and on behalf of the county of Breckinridge Kentucky, to the state department of Public Roads . for the construction, reconstruction, or improvement of that section of the Public road within said county above described in accordance with the terms and provisions of said Chapter, 87 Acts of Kentucky, 1014. That, if this application is approved and the construction or improvement of the aforesaid road is authorized by the commissioner of Public Roads, said road shall be constructed in accordance with the laws of the State of Kentucky, under the direct supervision and to the satisfaction of the State Commissioner of Public Roads, and should the state receive Federal Aid on account of said improvement, under the provisions of the act of Congress Approved July 11, 1010, entitled "An act to provide" that the United States shall aid the states in the consruction of rural Post Roads, and for other purposes subject at all times to the inspection and approval by the United States Secretary of Agriculture, of his agents and in accordance with the rules of regulations of said Secretary of Agriculture. made pursuant to the said Act of Congress. j That, for the purpose of prjvidiug the cottntv's share of the fost of said improvement as required by the provisions of said Chapter, Acts of Kentucky, 1914, there is hereby appropriated and set aside out of the funds in the county treasurer and available for that purpose the sum of $0,000 00 also there has been donated by private subscriptions the sum of $45,500 00 now on deposit in the Bank of and Trust Co , First State Bank, of Irvington, Brcckinridge-Ban' of Cloverport, Farmers Bank and Trust Co , and E. H. Shellman & Co , and Fidelity & Columbia Trust Co., subject to the order of the commissioner of Public Roads of Kentucky, which sum equals 40 per cent Meade-Breckinridge ranch Haass IKutucky Creameries Clirirpoit, Kentucky J ft Sanders. Manager We arc in the market 52 weeks in the year with the best cash price for your produce and cream. Come in and see us. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS A Few Fall Boars Ready for Service A few smaller boars and gilts and some gilts bred for summer farrow. BARGAIN PRICES W. J. OWEN & SONS HARDINSBURG, KY. J. W. Hultz, R. E. Jackson, $4.00; 13 months 48 00 Frazuer Brown, Milt Brown, $4.00; 12 months - - - - 48 00 A. Elder, of Breck John months Allie Pate, $3.00 30.00 Of The Fiscal Court 12 inridge County. John H. Powers and wife, L. D, Addison, $5 00; 12 months, - 00.00 Rhoda Taylor, Will Davis, (Continued From Last Week) $4 00; 12 months, - - - - 48.00 Name of Paupers outside of Poor Joe Bally, Will Davis, $0.00; House, their allowance and name of 12 months, 72.00 trustees since October, 1st, 1018. Harriett Jordon, L. J, Triplctt, Mrs. George Brown, B. F. $4.00; 6 months, - - - - 24.00 Beard & Co., $3.00 12 months $00.00 Mrs. Polly pavis, Rhodes & B F Beard Caroline Braxton, Storms, $4 00; 12 months, - 48.00 - 47 18 Edward Meador, Rhodes & & Co.. $4.00: 12 months Mollic Bland, B. F. Beard & 48.00 Storms, $4 00; 12 months, 52.00 Samuel Smith, T. E. Miller, Co., $4.00; 13 months - Lizzie Warficld, B. F. Beard & $4.00; 12 months - - 41.00 Corbet Ammons, John Morris, Co, $4.00; 12 months - & Co., Ada Limer, B. F. Beard $5.00; 12 months. - - - - $00.00 12.00 Henry Krouch, A. M. Hardin, Temporary - - - - Mrs. Courtney, B. F. Beard & $4 00; 13 months, - - - - 52.00 12.00 Alice Gibbons, M. L. Harl, Co , Temporary Casket, B. F. Beard & Co., - 17.50 $4.00; 12 mouths, - - - 48.00 Casket. B. F. Beard & Co, - 15.00 Dave Claycomb, Clara Piggott, 2 caskets, $8.00 each, B. F. Beard - 44.00 $4.00! 11 month's 10 00 & Co., Will Slaughter, Hoi Dranc, Part of casket for Davis, B. F. 48.00 $4 00; 12 months, - - 15 00 Lyda Adkisson, Clint Philpott, Beard &Co, Lee Horsley, J. C. Noltc, $4 oo; 10 00 $100; 4 months, - - - 48.00 Tvila AilkUsnn. Clint Pliilnott. 12 months ' Heath, J. C. Noltc, Pleas M. 8.00 Casket 4800 Grandchildren. $4 00; 12 months - - Mrs. Gilland, J. C. Noltc, $3.00 Tlniitah Rn!irrtnn. Mnrriis Mat- 0000 12 months, tingly, Temporary - - - - 19.00 ' Mrs. B. F. Graham, Pile Bros , Charles Stewart, Jno. G. Heslcy, 18.00 $4 00; 12 months - - - $3 00; 5 months, Amctus Anderson, Pile Bros , Colored woman, Mrs. Dempster 48 00 --$1.00; 12 months, - - - - 52.00 $4 00, 13 months Irs. Willie Kcnnison, Pile Coal, for Mrs. Daughcrty, Mill 48.00 Bros, $4.00; 12 manths, & Elev. Co., Temporary 3.00 Amy Keys, Matt Payne, $X00; Casket for Clay Moorman, G. T. 15.00 5 months, - 0 00 Marshall & Son. - - Mrs. Evcrette Mmter, J. T. Mit Casket for Pearl Hughes, Marchem, $4.00; 12 months - - 48.00 G.00 vin Compton. - - Casket for Thomas Wilson, I. --20 00 B Richardson, Lucinda Thomes. G. H. Pile, PROCEEDINGS --- ... On motion duly made seconded and carried it is ordered that the sheriff of Breckinridge county allow S. S. Galloway a credit of $1,500 on his assessment of 1018 and 1910 taxes and said sheriff is ordered to rc- port said sum of $1,500 on his list of erroneous assessments at the Next April term of this court. On motion duly made seconded and carried it is ordered that the sheriff of Breckinridge county allow T. H. Frank, a credit of $1,280 on his assessment of 1918 and 1010 taxes and the said sheriff is ordered to report said credit of $1,280 on his list of erroneous assessments at the next and carried, it is ordered that the regular terni, April, of this court. On motion duly made, seconded county clerk pay the office rent of the County Attorney, monthly at the rate of $7.00 per month, from and after the date of last payment. It is ordered that the following claims be and they arc hereby allow cd. I merit. of estimated rost of the sad Improve-- I I I I Mrs. i -- I . I -- I -- I -- -- i -- -- We are NowBuying Butter for the -- n i fittraff K ..liMBlttU Sugar Creek Creamery Co. We are paying in cash the highest market prices. We guarantee all We give cor tests to be correct. rect weights. We invite you to call for our best market prices each day. We buy poultry, eggs and produce. We pay daily market prices. SUGAR CREEK Hampton, G. H. Pile, $100; Casket, I B. Richardson, Askins Children, Frank Re- barker, from October 21, ---$10 00; 3 months To account for drugs furnished paupers, by Kincheloc's Phar macy from Uct. l, to Uct. l, Will -- $4 00; 13.00 81.00 j Salary due Dr. J. E. Kincheloe McCoy, Heron, and Howard. for as county Phsician On motion duly made, seconded paupers at Poor House, from and carried it is ordered that the Oct. 1, 1918, to Oct. 1. 1019 160 49 county road engineer, (John Bloomer) Account of William Hall, for be and he is hereby appointed toact keeping poor house from in Conjunction with the CommissionApril 1, 1919, to Nov. 1, 1919 172.70 er of Grayson county to put a new The amount due our commisfloor in the Peter Cave Bridge across sioner C. M. Heston, from Rough Creek, and the boundary line 109.00 between the two counties. Oct. 1, to Oct. 1, 1919 Your commissioner filled, herewith It is ordered that the followintr ,, , ., as part of his report all bills, accounts ' justices ue ami... tney are anoweci ineir which were presented to him per diem: and etc, for his approval and which has been Esq. Robbins, 1 day - - - - $4.00 - - - - 4 00 approved. Esq. McCoy, Respectfully submitted. 4.00 Esq Heron, 1 day C M. Heston, Pauper Commissioner. Esn. Howard. 1 day - - - - 4 01 It is ordered and directed that the Esq. Bennett. 1 day - - - - 4 00 following claims be allowed: On motion duly made, seconded and Marshall Norton, Ketund on carried it is ordered that Court ad- - - 2.50 journ to erroneous assessment on March 22nd, City Grocery, for Wash Kiper, 1920, for the purpose of further Pauper account, - - - - 20.00 considering matters as in this call. City Grocery for Malinda S. B. Payne, P. J. B C. Daugherty, Pauper account - 8 00 j At a call term of Breckinridge Fis- In Re Hardinsburg & E'town Road. cal court, continued and held in and On motion duly made, seconded for Breckinridge county on Monday and carried it is ordered that the Match 22nd, 1920. for the purpose of CLOVERPORT, KY. WALTER HOLDER, Manager Hardinsburg and Elizabethtown road further investigating and ascertaining be designated as an Inter county seat the amount of'available funds for the road, as follows. From Hardinsburg construction of the Proposed Federal to Garfield, by way of and over the Highway, Breckinridge through proposed Federal Highway, thence county. Present Hon. S. B. Payne, from Garfield, to Custer by way of P. J. B. C. and the following named Woodrow, a distance of about 8 miles Justices of the Peace, Esq. Robbins, thence from Custer toward Eliza- Heron, McCoy, Bennett and Howard. bethtown to the Hardin county line, On motion duly made by Esq over the most practicable and direct Heron, seconded by Esq. Howard agreed on submitted and carried it is ordered route, to a point to be between Breckinridge Fiscal Court that the Judge of Breckinridge county and the Hardin Fiscal Court, and it an dthe treasurer of said county be is ordered that the State Road Com- and tliey are hereby authorized and missioner be requested to cause a enpowered. to request and receive location and survey of same to be from the First State Bank of Irving-tomade first from Garfield, to Custer I will offer at Public Sale at my farm, four miles E. H. Shellman & Co , of Irvand afterward from Custer to Hardin ington, The Bank of Hardinsburg & makes further and special application Trust Co , The Farmers Bank & from Stephensport and six miles from Cloverport, for state Aid on said road, upon and Trust Co , of Hardinsburg. Ky., and funds have been the Breckinridge-Ban- k after sufficient of Cloverport. guaranteed by private subscription. of Cloverport, Ky., all of the subis made upon the This designation scription notes made by the citizens application of Alexander and Pile of Breckinridge county or others for and many other citizens and Tax the construction of the proposed Payers of Breckincidge county. eral Highway through said county The Clerk of this court, is designat- and Cloverport and that they accept a copy of this order from Irvington, through Hardinsburg ed to transact Four head Horses: one young horse 4 years old, to the state commissioner of Public for and on behalf of said county of Roids of Kentucky. Breckinridge the endorsement of said 15 1- -2 hands high work any place; one pair big It is ordered that the Kentucky notes to the county by themselves to Children's Home Society be allowed said banks, from which said notes are heavy milles, 9 years old; one milch cow; three the sum of $100 as a donation for received and said endorsement and the benefit of the Children in said assignment of said notes to said head spotted Poland China kogs; two sows and one home Tlinl-ct.fill h it'll',! mill hmrlinc nn It is ordered tl at ther be appro-- 1 win secure on dh Jd boar, all registered. Ken-- , . priated the sum of $25 00 to the notes'from the Banks a deposit uckv . Children s Home Society s j Qr advencement witl)0Ut interet special runu now from the county at least 75 per cent Two good buggies; one good wagon; farming im uie cuumy tor u.c i.u.i,. v. " of t,,e face of the total of said notes, a ing a new iiuiuc. .lAn!ln.l Aa. Ua rf tlin . It is ordered that the tOUOWlHK I'CUCiai tt .llf- -. T7.m,t " f cnirl rnnntv o1 plements and household goods, 100 bushels of hiihtu; uw drafts .ywhen claim be allowed: subject to all claims and Lee Bishop, Claim itemized - $7.5Q properly drawn on said fund, and the corn and fodder. R. Neel, Claim itemized - - 4 00 county judge is directed to Certify J. In Re Sheriff Settlement of 1919 Taxes. the State Road Department the total On motion duly made, seconded amounts received from' said banks as TERMS MADE KNOWN ON THE DAY OF SALE and carried it is ordered and directed provided for in the foregoing order that L. B. Reeves, County Treasurer, as soon as practicable to so do, therebe and he is hereby appointed to after. .. make settlement with the sheriff of .Nay vote being taken The Yea Breckinridge county and to have said resulted as and follows: settlement completed ready to submit 1st disct. Esq. Robbins, Yea. April 1st, to the court on or before (absent) 2nd, disct. ERNEST DENHAM, Auctlontir 1920, and the sheriff and his deputies 3rd, Disct. Esq. McCoy, Yea. are directed to make said settlement 4th, disct. Esq. Heron, Yea. with the said Treasurer on or before 3th, disct. Esq. Bennett, Yea. date. said Oth, disct. Esq. Howard, Yea. On motion duly made seconded and carried it is ordered and directed that the regular April term of this court he ami it is herebv deferred to the second Monday in April, instead of the 1st, Tuesday after the first Monday, to be effective for this year only On motion duly 'made, seconded and carried it is ordered that Court adjourn until 0:00 o'clock tomorrow. At a called term of the Breckinridge Fiscal Court, continued and held in and for Breckinridge County on Tuesday, March 23rd, 1920, for the of the Harner Optical Company, of Louisville, Ky., M. D. purpose of further investigating and ascertaining the amount of available will make regular monthly trips as follows: funds for the construction of the proposed Federal Highway through said HAWESVILLE CLOVERPORT HARDINSBURG IRVINGTON county of Breckinridge Present Hon. Wed- - 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday and Wed-- , 3rd Thursday and 1st Tuesday and S. B. Payne, P. J. B. C. and the folday, Patterson's Drug Wedding's Park's Drug , day, Lex's Drug Store, lowing named Justices of the Peace, Drug Store. Store. Store. Esq. Robbins. Bennett, and Howard. RESOLVED, that the public inter- i 1019. - - - - 32.43 Hichway 80 00 On motion duly made seconded and carried it is ordered that the fore- -' going minutes snail stand as a re- -' cord of this term of court. It is ordered that the following 0 Justices be and they arc hereby cd their per diem. Esq. Robbins, 3 days $4 00, $12 00 Esq.. Keenan, 3 days 4 00, 12 00 4 0!) Esq.McCoy 3 days 12.00 4 00, 12.00 Esq. Heron 3 days 4 00, Ssq. Bennett 3 clays 12.00 On motion duly made, seconded and carried it is ordered that court adjourn, finally. S. B. Payne. Judge B. C. C At a called term of Breckinridge Fiscal Court, called and held in and for Breckinridge county at the court- ' house in Hartlinsburg, on Saturday, March 0th, 1920, for the purpose of ascertaining the amount of available funds for construction of the pro posed Federal Highway, through Breckinridge county and any other business that may regularly come before it. Present Hon. S. B. Payne. P. J. B. C. And the following named allow-25.0- M. A McCubbms, Claim Geo. E Bess, for two trips to Frankfort, on business for county in interest of Federal 1 80 I The said road will be maintained by the said county in accordance with the provisions of said Chapter 87 Acts of Kentucky, 1914 and shoaM said road be constructed in part with Federal Aid received pursuant to th terms of the aforesaid, Act of Congress and to the satisfaction of the United States Secretary of Agriculture. That the clerk of the Fiscal Court of this county is directed to trans mit a certified copy of this resolution to the state commissioner of Public Roads, of the state of Kentucky which said copy so transmitted shall be and constitute an application on behalf of said county of Breckinridge, Kentucky for the Aid provided for in Chapter 87 of Kentucky 1914. The vote being taken resulted as follows: 1st. Dist. Esq. Robbins Vea. 2nd. Dist. (Absent) 3rd. Dist (Absent) 4th. Dist. (Absent) 5th. Dist. Esq. Bennett, Yea. flth. Dist Esq. Howard, Yea. . Court, Judge Payne, Yea. It is ordered that the following-Justicebe and they arc allowed their per diem. Esq. Robbins, 1 day - - $4.00 Esq. Bennett, 1 day - - - 4 00 Esq. Howard, 1 day - - - 4 00 It is ordered that Court adjourn. S B. Payne, Judge. . q l s a sound nation Economy makes happy homes and George Washington. s WANTED! One Horse or Mare. Sow and Pigs. Young I Hard-insbur- g TnctJrnc of ikn Ppnrp K.cn Rnlihins. k Cattle. SIMON SMART HARDINSBURG. KY. ROUTE 2 ... Annual Sale of Tires At $3.00 limit-e- r Tubes at One Dollar--$1.0- 0 , I Sale begins Thursday, April 1st, and will be continued for a time. I . If you purchase one Tire and one Tube At List Price. We will sell you an Additional Tire For $3.00 and Tube Sale includes Batavia and National Speedway Firsts CREAMERY CO. For $1.00. 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 PUBLIC SALE! Thursday, April 15 South Third St., Louisville, Ky. n, DR. W. Office B. TAYLOR Irvington, Ky. ...PERMANENT... KMmtmmmmmttmtn DENTIST ami Alwuyx In ott.ee during ofllce hours Hours:? 5: S:SisPri, I c 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, all 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- """ I J. H. GIPSON W. J. OWEN & SONS, HARDINSBURG, KY. r IRVINGTON HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT CO. IRVINGTON, KENTUCKY Perfect Lenses for Imperfect Eyes Fri-nesda- 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. y, Fri-nesda- y, Satisfaction Guaranteed PAGE I THE BRKCKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Mrs. Essyc Wegcnast and Miss Ruth Wegcnast spent Friday with M. L. Wegcnast and family, of . Orvillc I APRIL 14, lWtt NEW ERA DRIVE ANTI-SUICID- E CLUB FALLS OF The farmers I ROUGH arc very busy with DEVOTEE OF G. 0. P. SET FOR APRIL 25. Rev. T. N. Williams in Charge of Forces in Ky. Synodical Quota $136,000. attend. Local I'rcsbytcrians McCoy attended the dance at Chcnault, Saturday night and was the guest of G. I). Gardner. Wc have Sunday School at tills place every Sunday morning. Let everybody, big, little, old and young FOR DOWN AND OUTERS Helping Hands Stretched Out By vatlon Army Workers to the Despairing. nntl-milcld- Ueauchamp, of Owensboro, here last week the guest of his Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Iwas Mr Ueauchamp had" been to Sal Lcitchficld, where he has purchased Lafc a farm. their spring work. DIES SUDDENLY I arc people selves " Rev. T N is in charee tucky, and of $1.111,0.0 Sl'J.SSH.uTO A. It. faalimnn And famllv. of (U. S. A.) arc Stenhcnsnort. .nent Saturdav ninht organizing their forces for the hnan- - amj Sunday with Mrs. M. J. Crosson All j and Miss Lish Cashman. We arc sorry cial ingathering. April 25th. churches have quotas more than 30 to report Mrs Crosson not so well. per cent aliovc last year, nut nicy arc yTt ami Mrs. i. jj, Hawkins, ot near undertaking the job with a better or- atcpncnspori aiso canco un una. ganization and more confidence than Crosson, Sunday afternoon. they had then. After successful MethHorace McCoy attended Fiscal odist and Baptist campaigns the Court at the county scat this week. in their I'rcsbytcrians do not intend Miss Ruth McCoy will spend the New Era Movement to show any but week-en- d with Mrs. McCoy, while the usual form Mr. McCoy attends court. W. A. 1'rovine, speaking on the inJames Severs, of Louisville, spent creased income of Christian people, Sunday with his mother, Mrs. F. H. said "Even the large few days ago, Severs. increase in the askings of the churches Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Vessels arc has not kept pace with the increase of the' income of the people, according rejoicing over the arrival of a fine to a chart, for which the Curtis Pub- boy, April 11th. Mr. and Mrs C. R. Kroush spent lishing Company is responsible, the increase for the South in the value of Sunday with his mother and sister, farm crops last year over those for Mrs. N. J. Kroush and Miss Amy was 180 per cent Kroush. the period MM as against an increase of 150 per cent for the county in general and 151 per cent for the next most prosperous Sale! section Increase in church support and benevolence in the South has been at the rate of about 10 per cent including last year's good record Few Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky impoverishing them- Administrator's Williams, of Louisville, James of the forces for Ken tiff, the synodical quota is I the Assembly's budget T. Sklllman's Guardian and Etc. Plain Against o Many clubs In th ntnte of Kentucky are quietly carrying on the work of Inducing people not to lake their own lives. Thcc clubs arc among the Salvation Army's many agencies for grappling with moral n.nd social problems. I'rac tlrnlly (".cry active Solvation Army corps In the stnte has one of these clubs whether the ugency bears the e Club" or not. nnine of Stnte Army ofllclnls report that local Salvation Army officers frenuontlynre notified of eases of attempted milclde, or of those stilTcrlng from morbid Impulses. Particulars In these cases come from police, relatives of the distressed persons, or through other agencies Salvation Army oflleers, when they henr of a cue of a person being on the verge of taking his own life, Immediately call on the person and give whnt advice or relief Is necessary. By talking things over with the Salvation Army oflleer, the person gets n differ-- ' ent view of things and often concludes that life Is worth while. This Is one of the ninny ngenelcs for good In the work of the Salvation Army, whose Home Service Campaign Is on In Kentucky, May "Antl-Sulcld10-2- Lee H. Bosley, of Chenault, wiienauit Mr. lioslcv was married tn II Dies in 60th year. Born in Miss Nellie Gilliland. (rranddauthl Rev and Mrs. (Hcnningcr visited of the late Mrs. Rachel Wimn Fr relatives in Breckinridge county this i Indiana. Widow and Three mite, and to this union six children-werweek. Children Survive. born; two infants and a son m Woos-Ic- y Misses Mae Sarvcr and Atlic visited .Mrs. Wallace Morgan this After finishing at the Marengo Hli School, Mr. Uosley made his horti Louisville and traveled, represcntiatf u miuicsdic in in ui uiai cuy until lira yean he wave most of his atttmtwi to farming and stock raising at Mr Home place on the Uhio River nmr' e ' piece. about ten days Mr. Uosley was con- sidcrcd sufficiently recovered to rc-- I turn to his home, where he seemed very well for a few days when complications arose resulting in dissolu tion at .1 p. m , Wednesday, April 7. MISTAKEN IDENTITY Mr. Uosley was horn near brench Lick Springs, Ind., about sixty years An artist had painted a sunset of ago, and was the son of the Rev. which he was very proud. He in- Joseph Bosley, of the Methodist vited one of his best friends in to Episcopal Church and Sarah Taylor inspect what he called his master- Uosley. in-ford, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Springatc spent- Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Mac . of Lone Star. is Miss Allicnc Cannon, of Axtcl, visiting her sister, Mrs. Fcrd Fentress. Tubb. Hardinsburg, Ky, April 12, week. On March 18, while attending Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan spent Court here, Mr. Lee II. UosIcy ot Tuesday at Kingswood. I Chcnault, was stricken with acute inJohn Peyton, of Yeoman, spent the digestion at the home of his daugh-- . week-en- d with his sister, Airs. I. N ter, Mrs. R. I. Stephenson, and Dr young manhood proceeding the father in death, Those surviving are the widow and three children, Mrs, R.v-I- . Stephenson, Miss Laura Uosley and Lee Earl Hoslcv. Mr. Bosley was a staunch Repub S ncan anu was always rcauy o pro mote the interests of his party. He was a kiiki and nciptul neighbor ht was an especial friend to the boys, and will be missed by many. r The funeral was held Saturday afternoon with the interment in the ' family grave yard at Flint Island. AH of the family were present at the funeral except Mrs. Stephenson,-- J who owing to illness of two children jj was prevented attending. f - "That's fine work." said the friend. "It makes me hungry," "Makes you hungry!" exclaimed the artist. "A picttuc of a sunset makes you hungry?" "Sunset?" replied the visitor. "I thought that was a jfricd egg." Manchester Guardian. "Watch your step" is a fine slogan to be observed in buying shoes, says the United States Public Health Service Get them large enough, built on sensible lines and most of your corns and bunions will disappear. Walking "Indian Fashion," that is, with the feet pointed straight to the !Istcad of at the customary nllK'c, has been found to be good for ueak arches, says the United States Public Health Service. FISHING TIME GET TOUR TACKLE NOW AND ENJOY THE PLEASURES OF FISHING STEEL RODS -- $1.50 - to $2,00 Emma H. Sklllman's Administrator, Defendant. Equity No. 3947 REELS MOOK Miss Lur.i Smiley, of Seree. visited Mises Ada and Ruth Moore. Monday, and lucsday of Iat week Miss FJia II l'ile spent last week- Maude, Bess and end with j Gertrude Smith Mr Morris R Pile ,and brother. James Franklin Pile, ot Louisville, are visiting their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs John Pile Misses lime. Ida and Lllen D. Car- man visited their sister, Mrs Oscar . Nix, and f.unilj. last Hobart Franks, of Roff. and Mr L Lyon, of Buras. were guests at Mr. Craen Smith's, Sunday Mr. and Mrs Joe Fentress are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a daughter Mr. W I). Rawlings. of Stephens-poris spending a few days with Mr and Mrs Forrest Butler Mi-ses r c" Bv virtue of a ludcement and Order . n( n,i.:,:,i r;ru r..rt FU Pill I I I AIT UrinC Anil" nrflljA ir MINkOW BUCKETS MINNOW NETS HOOKS, LINES, SMKKRS, $2.00 to $2.00 $oc $1.50 week-Mr- i t, I Mr Shickeri fielcl. Mr and Mrs Abe Beck entertained with a musical party Monday night. Mr and Mrs. John Robinson arc the proud parents of a son, born Friday, April Oth Mrs Anion Smiley, of Seree. with JAr and Mrs Cave Laslie, Thursday, shopping Laslie was in Leitch- - Term thereof, rendered at IMO, in the above cause, for the sale Hereinafter described property, and j ha procced t0 costs h e door offer for saIe at ' in Hardinsburg. to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday the aiith, day of April 1920, at one o'clock P M or thereabout (being County Court day,) upon a credit of Three Months the following described property, "Twenty Four Shares of the Capital of Stock of The Brcckinridge-Ban- k Cloverport, of Par Value of Fifty Dollars Each Certificate Nos 15 & 17, issued to the said Emma H. Skill- City Railway Bond. Forty years, and Court-Housto-w- it: I Mil H IT liriU-Wfl- llfinr IIKIVr nnilir FLOATERS, ETC. Keeping physicially fit is the first Former Secretary of the Interior to rule to be observed in keeping well, Conduct Salvation Army Home says the United States Public Health service. Exercise is necessary to Service Campaign. health. n men In the One of the country, Franklin K. Lane, former Secretary of the Interior In President Wilson's cabinet, Is to be the national chairman of the great Salvation Army Home Service drive, May Although under contract to assume charge of Mime great oil well properties for rich westerners April 1, Lane declared that this work could wait until ho had .discharged his duties as head of a great campaign ' to raise money to help the poor nnd best-know10-2- To write self-filling, a good hand non-lcakablc A Rat Breeds 6 to 10 Times a Year! Averaging Ten Young to a Litter. I you should have a good Fountain Pen. We handle Conklin Fountthe famous ain Pen, $2.50 and up. Century, $1.00 and. up. Remember this, act as soon as you see the first rat Get a pkg of RAT-SNAIt's a sure rat and mice destroyer. It's convenient, comes in cake form, no mixing. Mummifies rat after killing Ieaes no smell. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Three sizes. .'."ic. .10c. $1.00 Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky. and B F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. K P. JVeddings THE Cloverport, DRUG STORE Kentucky man, deceased Also One one-ha- lf Louisville Friday with OH afternoon Mr Mle and sister spent Sunday in. and children Hardinsburg, visiting Mrs. Wade Pile and i UNION STAR Little Chester Hesler. of Lodiburg, came Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs. I M Rollins Wr nnil Mr- - A Cm Nnvncw mirl little daughter, were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Jabez Hay- - Mr and Mrs Jake Cart, and mothLee Walls. er, Mrs Sue Cart, and daughter. Miss Delta, were Sunday guests of Mr and Adinr of Emilia H Skillman's Estate Mrs Win. Dow ell and family. Misses Ruth and Lucile McCoy and CATASTROPHE. ( atl erinc Schciber wsited Miss Yir-gm- ii Dowcll. Sunda The Leghorn Congress isn't Mr and Mrs A X McCoy spent any free seeds this year Sunday with their son. Horace Mc- The Plymouth Rock Gracious! t oy and Airs AIcLoy Kirhy Stillwell and Bud Wccenast won't there be anything of the attended church at nimon-.- . Suiidav neighbors to eat? per cent bearing four and interest; said interest payable March 1st. and September 1st, of each year. Said bond issued 1000 and due 1910 A further description may be had by calling on the undersigned Administrator. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale uptil paid and having the force and effect of a judgement Lien retained to se- cure payment of purchase money ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Bid-hund- aj the unfortunate. A "shirt sloee" man himself, Secretary Lane knows what the pinch of pnerty N. Horn and reared a pool lm, he hail many a hard knock befor winning In .uc(ess. I H ' charge of the campaign Secretary Ijiiic wild: "I know of no greater bulwaik that could be raised, against the rising tide of human unrest than to strengthen the hands of thta hnnd of Christian toll-e- i , who have the confidence of alt men regardless of race, creed, color or position in life." LOOK! LOOK! Arriving This Week I I GOVERNOR MORROW GE..ERAL CHAIRMAN Salvation Army Home Service Campaign in Kentucky Will Take Place May 10-2- MORE ARMY GOODS 150 n w S fiovernois of all states east of the Mississippi e taking an active interest in the Salvation Army Home Pair of Army , ARE OFFERING Shoes on Sale Wednesday GOODS AS FOLLOWS: r!r 111 9:30 a. m. WITH THESE.WZ Sharp and 2 p. m. at $1:50 ARMY at a Pair m 1 to Stylish, Serviceable w 1 m m m Coats and Skirts Stylish sL'paratc mat- - in se eral different colors, patch pockets and narrow belts. Prices range from m m II m $23.00 to $32.50 The popular haul coats with fringe at bottom generous patch pockets, belted. Novelties for young women $22.50 -- 'i m (B Service Campaign, May Realizing the- splendid work done by the Salvation Army ami appreciating Its earnest desire to fully meet present-da- y opportunities, Governor Kdwin P. Morrow, of Kentucky, has accepted the general chairmanship of the campaign In this stnte. The state chairman Is Judge Henry S. Barker, of Louisville. Judge Barker Is ery well known to Kentuckluns. He served as a momher of the Snte Court or Appeals, was piesldent of the University of Kentucky, and Is engaged In tha piaetkc of law in Uiulsvllle. Judge Barker has ulwofi taken a lending part In welfare work In Kentucky. Vice chulrinui will ho appointed for each of the thirteen districts In tho lO-'J- Reclaimed Army BLANKETS For I Overcoating For 'a No. One Piece All Wool Can 12 lbs. $3.00 1 Can of Breakfast Bacon $2.75 For a No. 2 Can of CORNED BEEF 23c i 1 HJB Ureen Silk Panlette skirts Tan, blue and tan georgette skirts each - Mine Uaronette Satin skirt Plaid wool jersey skirts each Newest Fantasi skirt, brick color - - --- $22.50 $22.50 $9.50 $10.00 $17.50 state. J. Paul Swain is the state director, with oIIIch's In the Coleman Building, LouNIU. He Is ussUted by three illusion directors H. M. Oldllcld. for the Western OlvlMnu ; CORNED BEEF Owen It. Mann, 1 "Fitrite" Petticoats to match skirts, price I m $7.50 to $9.00 Attractive voile dress patterns for the Central Division, ami C. C. Camden, for the I'astern Division. Chailes V. Morris, Louisville, Is chairman of the Speakers' Bureau, and Oeoige 13. Stephens Is state publicity director. In accepting the general clmlrmhn-shlof the campaign flovernor Morrow said: "The ,sp)ondId work of the Salvation Aimy appeals, to tho heart of all who are familiar with the woik accomplish, twl 45c For a No. 1 Roast Beef 45c For a No "2 Can of For a No. 2 Can of Can of Hashed Corn Beef 22c Hashed Corn Beef 37c 3 p ALL ARMY GOODS SOLD FOR CASH ONLY While you are here don't forget to examine our full line of Ladies' Spring Coats, Skirts and Waists, also Young Men's and Boys' Suits, all of which are of the latest Eastern styles and materials. 1 by Its unselfish, cle cited olllcers 4 $1.00 to $1.60 No two patterns alike. i MRS. ETHEL 0. HILLS CLOVER-POR- and members. Wherever the Salvation Army 'curries on' there you will find n need supplied; a unfortunate comforted, a hungry one fed, an aching heart given surcease of sorrow. "I appeal to the great heart of Kentucky to respond generously to the call of the Salvation Army In Its Home foot-sor- e Remember the Store that is helping to reduce the H, C. L. KY. Service Campaign. Let us not ho outdone by other stutes In rallying to rho support of an Institution which has done and stands waiting to do Its full aha re, brimful and running over, for the homeless und the ullllcted." The GOLDEN RULE STORE, Cloverport, Ky. iUiW lr JPfltlljR .