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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1920 ENGINEER BLOOMER $1.50 a Year; 75c for SiatiMotitMl 8 L."XLIV Pages '?" iq nv WiJW.' hi' -- H H -- r.iuuv .ri c iH U). fc i' Y. DEMOCRATS State JCcntral andExccutivc tees. A commit- S FOR GOV. COX Delegates From State-At- trge; Camden Wins Hot rFight for Committeeman. .. te Honored By Democrats. -- " - - T: pn.at.larire Senators " C r i r. Beckham and A. O. Stanley; Kep- -' A W. Barkley and Ben entatives inson, Desna Breckinridge; miss lura Clay, Mrs. Mora Layne and , Irs. Cora Wilson Stewart. mplpo-n- t --- --- e Marion E. Electors. raylor, and A. J. A. Alexander. State-at-larg- Central and Execu r Chairman State Charles A. Hardin. committees Member of State Executive comml- George B. from in. state-at-lar- Member of State Central committee e rom James M. Robin- state-at-larg- Mi, .National 2unden. rv- committeeman Johnson Ky-- . May 5. The Demo state convention, after mstruct- cratic ig the entire Kentucky delegation to , convention at San Fran- -' Praising the Federal Reserve bank bisco to vote for Gov. James M. Cox r president, adiourned at 1 o clock and the farm loan acts in addition to the war achievements of the DemocraRhiV morning. ('jvThere were several heated contests tic administration, the report denounc- ' vaged during the convention. Among ed the Republican leaders in congress agse was the fight on Johnson N. for their alleged obstructive attitude j iden for national committeeman on all constructive legislation. The committee report declared .the the election of a chairman of the tte. Central and Executive commit Republicans in charge during their intees. 'W. O. Davies. favored bv the cumbency had attempted at all times Camden forces for chairman, as de to make political capital at the exfeated by Judge Charles A. Hardin, pense of the people and to underrate MrKia waft reelected the great administration of President Senator Beckham led the fight - Wilson. It endorsed the stand of the two sunsi ine iveiuucKy ueiegaies ucing istructed, but the Cox. supporters Kentucky national senators as re, gards their senatorial positions on the vere always in the majority. Versailles peace treaty and the LeaLouisville, Ky., May 4 Eight dele- - gue of Nations As regards the peace treaty, the rerates, each with halt a vote, to the port urged its adoption without reserRational Democratic convention late tonight by the Democra vations and said the Democratic party tic' state convention. They are: Miss would welcome an opportunity to go -- aura Clay, of Lexington; Mrs. Cora to the polls on the issue. llson Stewart, of rrankfort; Mrs. BIRTH ANN&UNCEMENT Cora Layne, of Fort Thomas; Sena- Mr. and Mrs. Price Graham, of this jrs Stanley and Beckham; Congress- ten Albion VV. uarkley and Ben city have received the birth announcephnson; and Desha Breckinridge, ment of a grandson, born April 20, Iifor of the Lexington Herald. to Mr and Mrs. Joe Graham, Evans-ullfcjudge Charles A. Hardin, of Har- He has t been given the name Isburg, was elected chairman of the of David Price Graham. P Louisville, the-nation- contest over the selection of a National committeeman from Kentucky occurred late tonight. A minority groitp of Democrats or uninstruct-e- d group to the state convention offered eleventh hour opposition to Johnson N Camden by holding out for the election of Col. Marion E. Taylor of Louisville Several hot speeches were made in which the past party loyalty of Mr. Camden was pucstion-cd- . The convention elected Mr. Camden by a vote of almost 1,000 to 900. Many Speeches 'Made. The voting on delcgates to the Democratic national convention was not begun until after 0 o'clock. Numerous speeches occupied the time of the convention from 2 o'clock until tonight. These included addresses of the temporary chairman, Major Scott Bullitt, whose espousal of Governor Cox and his denunciation of the Republicans brought forth much applause. Other speakers stressed the fact that harmony should prevait in the convention and welcomed the entrance of women into the Democratic party. f Resolutions Praise Wilson. The report of the resojutions committee recommended that the delegates to the national convention be instructed for Gov. Cox for the Democratic presidential nomination. It degovernor of clared if the three-tim- e Ohio was elected he would be the logr ical man to carry on the policies of "our great president, Woodrow Wil-son. COUNCIL VOTES DEMOCRATS SEND UNINSTRUCTED COMMENCEMENT;; TO CALL ELECTION MAKES MAP OF BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY. I or i V FOR BOND ISSUE Citizens to- - Bear Expense of County Convention Held SatElection! Ballots Furnished urday. D. C. Walls Elected Gratis by Breckenridge Permanent Chairman. J. D. News Babbage, Secretary. L. H. & ST. L. R. R. TO HELP The first step towards building a s system in Cloverport was taken at the regular meeting of the City Council held Monday night when by a unanimous vote Mayor John A. Barry was authorized to call an election for the issuing of bonds to help raise the necessary funds for this enterprise. The question of expenses on holding the election was easily disposed of. Mr. John D Babbage, editor and publisher of The Breckenridge News agreed to print the ballots free, and several of the citizens volunteered to fill the election officers place without charge for their services. Among the citizens who were present at the council meeting and lends ing their support to the proposition were, F. C. Ferry, Master Mechanic of the L H. & St. L. k shops, Paul Lewis. Cashier. of Cloverport. D. B. Thelps and Jno. D. Babbage. Mr. Ferry stated that the L. H. & St. L. R. R Company would do its art to heln the citv cet water-worand fire protection, and that the local shops would get its water supply from water-workwater-workBreckin-ridge-Banks WOMEN DELEGATES. At a Convention of the Democrats, of Breckinridge county duly called and held in Hardinsburg in the Court house on Miy 1, 190 at 2:00 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Democratic Slate Convention to be held in the city of Louisville on Tuesday the Ith day of May 1920, the following transpired County Road Engineer Bloomer finished last week a complete map of Breckinridge county showing a list of the farms in the county, their owners and where fhe'y are jocated, besides showing the magisterial districts etc. Mr. Bloonvcr made eighteen copies of the map and distributed them over the county, l ncy are good specimens oi urawmg, ana anyone wno should like to sec one of these maps may be accorded that pleasure by visit-Th- c Breckenridge News office. WEEK 0P,EMi1)K . ffnmwnnn .1" ' With Baccalaureate; Serriion JBjO ' J. lc noOti The comnlencenienrv'efck'r?rBgrarrIn, for the Cloverport High SchoHrcrli",'' uating class of IJtfMfisintrfev : evening, Mdy 'J.wftli'trie'lniccaMUrKlffl,'" i i i.-tt-- , RevtDr.vrmiarhL--v,i in Baptist 'CburchiW .in " M in if ic swu t tan ' I i a- were-lecte- Movement to Reorganize Commercial Club. The next movement on foot is to reorganize the Cloverport Commer- cial Club at once. It is believed with a good vigorous club not only can it s help to put the proposition through, but it may be able to get other enterprises located here. It is therefore imperative that the citithe Commercial Club zens as soon as possible, and if the women of the town would organize a Civic League, Cloverport Improvement could reap rich benefits from two such live wire organizations. water-work- the city. TWO ELECTED FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES Keil and Behen, Dr. Parrish 59 Votes Cast More Interest Shown. Re-elect- e. Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Company . . Louisville, Kentucky hBhHHBW IHMlHHHMRHflHfl , I l'- - ., Commercial .. nanKing Savin pr BMKjUJ HMBjiIIwl3E3RflHH The annual election of school trustees for the Cloverport Public School board was held Saturday afternoon in the school building. Altho more interest was shown in the election this year than has been for three or four years, yet the entire number of votes cast was only Two new members were elected on the board of trustees this jear, Charles Keil and Ira D. Behen, and Dr. having B. M. Parrish was been elected for the first time, about a year ago to serve the unexpired succeeu i vrcic, wuu rcurcu uuiu term of J. P. Keith. Keil and Behen the board, and J. Byrne Severs whose time expired. Mr John M. Gregory was a candidate for election and re- ' ceived theusame number of votes as Dr. Parrish, but Mr. Gregory voluntarily withdrew, fifty-nine. i. i Trust Business1. l DELEGATES TO DEMO MEfflMBjBffBCT CRATIC CONVENTION. Mr and Mrs. D. C. Walls, John E. Monarch, Gus Brown, Dud McGary, "Mrs. C. V. Robertson and Mrs. W. C. Moorman, Hardinsburg, were in Louisville, Tuesday as delegates to' the Democratic Convention. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Beard were visitors with the party of delegates. MRS. HOMER !- - Accounts IHHBIHIlBlKMlSiflH lHflHMHBHBQH9HllR Safety Deposit Boxes. - BRUNER SUCCUMBS IN MEADE CO. v t . j HHHnHHHKI i Frymire, May 3. (Special) Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Ida Bruner, wife of Homer Bruner, who succumbed at the home of her father, Mr. ihompson, near Brandenburg, on April 27. She had been ill for several months following an attack of influenza about a year ago Surviving are her husband and little daughter. Mr. Bruner is a brother of Miss Fannie Bruner of this place. -- PLANS DIVULGED FOR ENLARGING FREEDOM CEMETERY, GARFIELD - ,""- Practical business men of vision control and manage this bank men who know the banking requirements of modern business and who daily are applying that knowledge constructively in rendering the best banking service. , Wijh their years of experience and success, they co- - ' , operate with their customers in every way possible to Insure the very best results. i -- ' Member of Federal Reserve System. Capital and Surplus $600,000.00 OFFICER? V. J. BULLEIT. Prwldent. V," L. ATHERTON. MXNARD BERNHEIM. V; Fret. f. J. BOHNE, V., Pre, tad TrMi, Pr. PAUL COMPTON, V. Prw. nd Soc. J. F. EISBNBEIS, AM. Sec. R. S. RAPIER, An. Trci. W Imuc Travtkra Checks and Foreign Exchange. s We are enlarging the cemetery at "old" Freedom near Garfield, Ky , one acre, bought of G. W. Snyder, Any one wishing a lot 20x20 feet (enough for eight graves, with a four foot aisle between each lot.) can get a choice one by donating to the amount of $5.00. When the necessary means have been raised for ground, fence and gates etc., tlfen the remaining lots will be given free to any one der siring same. The assignments of lots will t?ke place on Saturday, May 8th, 1920 at 3 p. m. This ground has been ordered sown in grass and surveyed off in lots as stated above. If you wish tp help in any amount, send it to C. L. Bruington, Haro4 Ky., not Utter than May 8th, 19M, Before ypu make your donation read. Nek. 3nd. chapter. C If. Brnfoejoit, Chairman. The convention was called to order at 2:00 o'clock p. m. by D. C." Walls, chairman of the Breckinridge county Executive Committee. Dud McGary, secretary of the county committee then read the call of the State authorities for the county convention and the call of the county chairman for the county convention. D. C. Walls was unanimously elected both temporary and permanent chairman of the county convention and Jno. D. Babbage was unanimously elected as secretary of said convention. On motion duly made and seconded the chairman of said convention then appointed the following committees on resolutions and delegates. Viz: Resolutions. John Alexander, J. E. Monarch, F. K. Rhodes, Tice Hendrick, W. R. Moorman, Sr. Delegates Judge Matthias Miller, Z. C. Hendrick, Wade Pile, J. H. Miller, Allen Jennings. Said committees retired and after deliberation by the chairman of each committee, towit: J. E. Monarch, chairman of resolution committee and Z. C. Hendrick, chairman of the committee on delegates, reported as follows: Report of Resolutions. Be it resolved by the democracy of Breckinridge county in convention as' sembled: No 1 That we believe ill an honest, efficient and economical administration of the governmental affairs, whether of national, state, county or municipal governments. No. 2 That we unreservedly endorse the unparralled and unquestionable achievements of the administration of our great President, Woodrow Wilson, which have so faithfully fulfilled the promises made by our party four years ago by the enactment of many needed laws which protect the people against special privileges usurp and controlled by designing interests and which has patriotically and successfully met each and every serious question arising in our foreign relations and has so commanded the respect and confidence of the world No. 3 That we unreservedly believe that our great president with comprehensive mind and stout heart has interpreted the aspirations and hopes of the people of the .world for honorable peace, exact justice righteousness and humanity. No. 4 We especially commend to the people of this state the splendid record of our able and faithful United States Senators, the Hons. J. C. W, Beckam, A. O. Stanley, and Hon Ben Johnson, our Congressman, in office under whom many benefical reform measures have been enacted into laws and who have so faithfully upheld the hands of our president. Delegates Named. As delegates to the State Convention to represent Breckinridge county and enforce the foregoing resolutions, we name the following delegates and alternates, viz: Delegates Dud McGary, Mrs. C. V. Robertson, Mrs. W. C. Moorman, J. E. Monarch, P. M. Beard, D C. Walls, Paul Lewis, V. G. Babbage, Dr O. E. Ferguson, J. H. Miller, R. D. StClair. Ernest Henderson, Dr. R. W. Meador, Judge Ashcraft, Vic Pile, Homer Alexander, E. L. Robertson, W. R. Moorman, Jr., J. M, Rhodes, Dr. D. S. Sphire, Henry D Moorman, C. V. Robertson, R, A. Kasey, Mrs. Lon Glasscock, Mrs. W. L. Mercer, Mrs. W. J. Schopp, Miss Anna O'Reilly and Mrs. Paul Lewis. Alternates Z. C. Hendrick, J B. Morgan, Tice Hendrick, Wroe Hook, Tom Miller, Barney Squires, Allen Jennings, C. G. Brabandr, W. H. Beauchamp, Grover Hayden, Goodson Frymirer W, E. Shellman, Allie Alexander, Alec. Gf ay, G. H. Pile, Dr. S. J. Hall, W. C. Stone. J. E. Hart. Frank Rhodes, Gilbert Kasey, Robert Fisher. C, C. Martin. C. H. Pile, Mrs. D. C. Walls, Mrs. Harlow Alexander, Mrs. Wade Pile, Mrs. C. G. Brabandt, and Mrs. J. W, Sarver. Reports Adopted , All of which is respectfully reported and recommended for adoption by this convention. Signed: John Alexander, J. E. Monarch, F K. Rhodes, Tice Hendrick, W. R. Moorman, Sr., Judge Matthias Miller, Z, C, Hendrick, Wade Pile, J. H. Miller, Allen Jennings. Wherefore, We,, D. C. Walls, chairman of the convention and Jno. D. Babbage, secretary of the said convention, respectfully report and certify that the. foregoing is the ' true and correct mbytes 'dt county convention, and as the, crej. dentials of the deletes appointed to the State Convention, LouUvHle, Ky. viz: o'clock. The grad'ua't,YKrasc5' fefflfe Witness our hands this May 1st, May, Matian 'Allen,' Glau,ysWthfpnfll i,r' and Lillian' Buckljy 'Will ttHlend 'thV 1920. bri owiiii Jno. D. Babbage, Secretary 'Breck- service in a body. 't" On the folio wiii Tuesday VWf'eia&b!' ' inridge County Convention. ?n l ,"' D C. Walls, Chairman" 'Breckin- Day exercises Will1 Baptist church begining "Url' :3d' tfl',' ridge County Convention " D. C. Walls, Breckinridge County clock also. The commenccmcny,Bxtyc,ic3'tJli1tfr Democratic Executive Committee. Friday evening- im, tftcrnJOTtMiJtBF" sermon which will WJaHivfiVUiC "' USttgl1 Rev. Dr. T. N. Wfliafris . ville in the Methodist cmircWV Mlo'V r " bf'-nelf- - '' W 260 TOTAL PRES I plinrWi " " " krill rnnrliiVK v.iwj. .. 11 'li.HWWA..Wt in. IflUKI . 1 ENT IN S. SCHOOLS1 On Day. Methodists Will Make An- .RALLER SKATING REVIVED IN CLOVERPORTJ other Big Drive on Mother's . Day. of ment TT. Education in the Kerituckv ". ?.. s ouue umversiiv. who ri in c'fivcr'iht commencement address". .Ibis MlnJurrc-- -' ed for of Vision."- - The entire school closes Friday of ' next Week. ' Ins-subjectr I Roller skating has been revived ir Cloverport. LastTucsday night, the c Two hundred and sixty Clover concrete floor at the Cloveroort Loose port's inhabitants attendedSuliday 'Leaf House" Was" crowded with skaters sclinnl in thp tlirpp rlinrrliM, XTpfWrt. (and the little felJoys who couldn't find TA . iqIc III inni ct iM.I Nrncl.,.t.l:.. c:.... DO .1 flk'.lies ivrrpi li vin i' .irniitwl nn day which was the annual observance ; having a glonousjtime on one. It was of Diy'all 6vei ,t',rouh thecourVesy of Mr. J. W. the state of Kentucky. Th e Methodists ' oyie, manager ,oi tne Loose Leal ouse, inai tne vSKaters enjoyed the had 11( present, Bapt isti 10G Jalid I'resbyterians 38. inoor one; nigiit gratis, but electric light "l"" to lneet-thA heavy rainfall jus t a lewfrhouM 9n hemrp iiiiiflnv-rlinlimp iQhnr, oh nfF uui. which is uuiie an item, tne SKarcrs many who might otherwise'Jiave ai-- f liereaffc? will, have to pay a nominal fee. tended on next Sunday' May 9, which is Mother's Day. the Methodists 2ND CAR LOAD OF HOLSTEIN will make another drive forvmembejrs .CATTLE POR THE COUNTY V-fI - .. - I e nl in the is A Stmdav-sclioo- l. Twft hundrpfl - ' the goal for this Sunday and efforts will put forth to sret that man v. Rev. J. R. Randolph, pastor of tbe III t. f ..l.n.IT.. iticmuuiai l......l. win uuserve iiioin- er's Day in the eleven o'clock Service, ( Sunday morning. I ' r. STEEL VALT FOR BANK OF H'BURG C Hj Loy received atiotherTcar: load' of Holstein cattle Jast;Monday.1The;ree arejnineteen heif- . .. ... ',urs turcu t nexr iau, .'ana. two miiK tor cows with; records of '14,000 pounds l of of the cattle are high class and sent here from J T. Barmore, Monroe Wisconsin. Ben and Burn Dejamette got the two cows and eight heifers. The remainder of the load will be distributed among the' Holstein boys J" milk'inJf8'-moffttYs.vAI- s. Cou'ntyAgenH'N. -- A u ciub. Handsome Addition of Steei''MIS'S LUCIE WAT KfNS SISTERjbFRjs.iWKt NS Safety Vault to be. Installed DIES IN OWENSBORO. in Bank of H'burg & Trust A il Miss Lucie Edison Watklh'died at Company. 1 J The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company, Hardinsburg, has placed an j order for a new steel vault to be in stalled in the bank' building by the latter part of the summer. The order was given to the Sale Company, Hamilton, Ohio. The vault is to be a duplicate of the one in the Citizens Uiiioji- Fourth - Bank in Louisville. "It. .will be built of 1:2 inch concrete; lined with Sinch solid cast" steel, a'rtd closed in by a six inch solid cast steej door with combination time lock. The vault will have one hundred new jafer. ty deposit boxes to rent-- to thecus-totner- s -of the banki With the new equipment, the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., will be one ot the best county banks in the State in safe guarding its 'customers from fire and burglars The vault is as near fire and burglar proof as APPOINTED DELEGATE TO one may be made, and it will be a SO, BAPTIST CONVENTION. very great addition to the bank and an accomodation to its patrons. It Bcwleyville, May 3, (Special) Mrs. win oe ninety nays ueiore tne order Kichard Carman has received her ap- for the vault Can be delivered and it nnintpmpnt ns n Hp1pit:ip frnm RrppV. requires from fifteen to thirty ddys , in'rldge county l6, attend he StaftheMfM' to install it, hence it will not be ready Baptist Convention which convenes in for use before the late summer- - Washington D-- - Gt this month. - St.. the residence df her brother. Dr. S S. Watkins, in Seventh street': 8:40 o'clock Thursday nighu fromi'f.lcute Bright's disease, after au,i illness of three weeks, which was hopslejw.lroni the first. Miss Watkins, was a daugh ter of the late Dr. S. S. Watkins and had been a devout inemberlof,S'ettle Memorial church.. She is survived by two brothers,. Dr' S. S. Watkins. OVenboro,- and" Morton Watkins, Lakeland, Fla., and wo sisters, Miss raria C. Watkins Owensboro, and Mrs W. D. Hay, of Chicago, of Mrs. Hay was at her sister's bedside at the time of her deathrThe funeral ""was" held "Saturday "morning at 10 o'clock fr&.n the residence"" Owensboro Messenger. Miss Watkins is a cousin oIftrs. Edward Oglesby, this city, andftfrV Manie Moorman, of Hardinsburg. Bred Gilts Jar (Saler. BRED U.x I TOE !!,. and Big Uncle Sam ' bjA Rig Maker, the latter hog jfiBltfjffi are priced rightegular-Ec- i, all affnrf! to n.iv. . . riTSOT .. if .yuu warn. 11 .v ?. W buv acaqy,pr.icena "?, tt bred to a son ot Black Hrtce tl18.0rirflfChSoPoii-'fl- When you can Save all the '. T , I tortbesif ciltiare y ,.a.LX f SooiVIncKviJ Srl Jr-b- Epoc? for?iJ2i - fctWvifirO,iS?w m? stu(f-IjJ1:1 t.k f farmerstif fees that wCcan .."' ffeitn: W J r0 ,fc-- Ll. tU Jwf boar, a son of ' UlC .C I?V .. - rf. 4l tn t i. where else afthrce'times-th-e ixM. it tljy;t,anaskjin.fr.foc. 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PWRflm3llHiflPrArif d100riWnPaJfb cunuiuuiiKiMlluara Dfcw !P8rttMVWM(cpMftf aMr&WP tlwtlftWi attMfPWWtyviLKWM Willi ller'WbrlftT iWetfrof4aMr.tfbn,0'rslMl imwriv - pi Souraoui oi mc company SR Wida'Wor ana uwner oi tne utcckt wlucli the earth is sscd at tonight's ses- ?a sffife Scl III Ky., for af TCfoverpprt,KiralMkMp! fteWhgaKftiinnfl) ,0FthSyW1tth&M id News nub KillP XOHSilW? books of lthe company A little son arrived at.th ijomc oi fetl icnbtlSM rsivi ooq c r an a s o tt taauHry s TWtWpnrart!tsa"W6VllMgjWWvJ rdioiuwr. May 8th and oth. imsttocht hnwrual. Since the strike bfatlklertstAbM i i ell Citv. ind.. town-Thursda- rawi id t .Stiidv pUtcmegtestanMtfitMlfy m mlftatrcincnt (and if.a.dailv nan-Mn- o Wfsctt" I I? lMi.t I 0 fffft ?nV ft A in 'fe'TVVPPyWlrf,VTS and freight. "am?Wfl. OJlVwIPWctyWitt by 'Qtsl:D?rM. Wt jioipfDUiorani)jJ,iImcpifjrfi8yic) irtlfeAdrrdWlrtVhflit action lipiR.iilinjL(l i.ahor.. Dcvirj!.cincliir.. IAtBpMUtrtitJ tM. united in the knrt(l.q iirA(mfclltvrttn-l-tlicliv- . ''-..- -. r "."i:-r-- oraioithcMni:e4elIcrtlohiiittjn. At n mn mcfihiT rinrfiti(9i!vpa liroEgIi3ittniUhabaomotitllckpciiipta-.-t boro, afrf4cdllwtJt6lU.wi!h llc ri8(!ais'kiligesoahcrdcoiptsrt6thlk;dirt0c sRflmrfloffStsferKttdfer): :aVs.Un h'Dotease of SOS over receipts iieTOnft.Wf WnjJrWiniKfWrVV9Rbf bn Itlracbanns dianfosGifrsun indaddlm VtfVMf m athb MauroSAsil tdosajid)f8MaenIpiaftMo IMrdndmbty MiifwHy Pqb IWtefthEfl'th!cWMi MVfof on a business .trip. i Missouri the scridll mSfilfe fifttrWfllgnerrMpWQSJis Alice HII cesB tingly, of Kirc, accompanied by cccand nepnc t. ster, M arid daughter, aflQHt" .Addison, wele . m 'J1 uiainc guests Fri Dr. A. roorrH elvington w called here Stnroki arrhillU Mrs. S Mrs. I. R l, V Vi day at Davis, Mrs. bugene a' nnnrr -netlt v..... -,- 1 6f Mrs. S. 'U9 f Miss Trail 9JJrtWfl!iVieoaigi.p IvioUhe 8tlWi'te!FQI?ftyClVWW vrom the national Mattingty at little Miss H Master Jeffi eHiiKW , arc vis"" ttingly. Mr. and Mn Mrs. J1I E. Johnson atf Mr. and cluldrcnM,of Irvington.. were guests sJBffn ons fath SBttdfcV'fr' bulsitd(4!Ptf(idMJJJP US.tlajcVl Regula-- I WccHliat the average number of, tioiWlp'niwtcU asis thul revctec iVribJi fcopMf sofjednh Gihiroof ftrisfraliltcatibit-fofWcQwHt bolll Mr.distalbiMod, UudiglGlbtomailsi was here Friday. frhaWohe HaraescdrfdlakrinijEfc,svdfo oweulicrSdi,ttolIptadvttiIrarbersodjmi tho,pUliKiliiti;a:ditutnnSiaginauitdjai iiigrtlGilsiBinmnlllmriTOyilSnihcwlhtei movhsahoverjsId6Wti(cTbbsiirilnrnTitl arutubntdiess managers are: PuUuHKr.Kjnocdt). BhbGapiEleyct)., tt)it StamlnntctDittrfaai daily pnanca- pflKn(Ktyicaw'chviicl-,hcrthe guest of tioif3dotflio)ve, Louisville, spent Sun fcjcira,t lhfetoSwdartfot(auraiiiaiilfcs ' dSvaritlcMiiidii4UMcn3p4nrhrdcitme tlir nPtti if. Iijuv arm n J J r tttrne nf suun. nil-- .. .;.ni.. fiiWoW iui 'iiiciiaiutaXte .rW S3i:MiT93s tMe"aftfrvc". Mpt"?fJ " requir Mno nnNvtnte o en itnin CfWR IteipwpqHMrdiaspiiraj qfiac' I y, sWfiofU'fJjPostal Laws and in'MHWP xm'P? BPfaJfi1 :a uactica. iyi ,,tnc, lfr,flnP'Eofi?fiTneie increases. Altliougli tntM99.uinAcm(aYftPiSn. Addison, w 'tHMWicMori. WccrtJnyvLWfilsi 'f&t fPBft : ihrangh HMnNnttfi'i 'KPMV WfW. OflP. TShks?Sfrfyyiy "(MHtnoiAft-ffiwasQbe f8PtofP?HnVofc SerSatu da.Va . (innn nnrlrr Hip nresent -- N.S tifirr fitfiB w.fliis,cr ,9fiieBNi In l(fl(Jight-ycar- s diameter and not rWrnfet tElAvf iPJHP traOICvernort. aTTecT iViiteister'Mrs: (Be has beer Olevia Lav ' ! XrWHinl EJ6nin.thft feftk and the noifcAi. P. I'BrHKlierClcd,,hl4"Vdg on business SWraPWWwflfsbUvb Q'ektBiiflt f:nD.,njicrpdrR9r?s tnc combined cam PtM? UaRuola In Ri((fi?8n.islaivciiueitfight, XfMiUaPt WMl ftiam'ca,l,anei of Louisvilt, is tlWcgtratat p6rfrj'Hdtakfliddraktivls hcwarrflMP tlefcffpr at once. AfAfpakKt: 'hT.fr WVpohJWrteftt' FVcSftOlMfili c hWikmvssbm in mucs .WflP'toVAw ..tf&bfflfaMLm'Si Yhm WlltTlAlld ancMidkhxBHMa!eniildividlrtrjnhs or. nifxtth'ooJbDrabioCiitcitioaits i. tt ltolders3&i)airfcgocrhoJdingutspcioccftr ovimtnxcbH tnartottu aMmuntubf MtrackJ week-enTIIicrMatneralDiiHie 3KuTttmt StCfeiiiknowriWbbstUiqldpai aildMhc nndicMa-n-d name CdrfrcsluiareJtiocicH , liVgoccftiata.rjfnffubwtwrcAlK: sfcte QjcnirtsoJarMtiS.afctt-'SWrs- . I I PiggottJr Miss Rml)iAIrtinQMWisboro. vis itcd Profft.Ttrfcfiff antf Mrs Kirk ' baaiihiiM W. J f!n9Ey m VsMfecraWVfsfll!ja1, "mVfarWc stars p or more a saTaxy s amfia mm ni'MrSKMi WWtJ dnUMSVialaw, llVfr,BKftWilSrfti jnuut nerauc otiier Ul lllllOUUiKi ITu f ( HWf'fiJyM iuu,uuii,uuu,uuu Mflelln mucs. ) I' Sitfssyfi te" WafHfc Vd iW dfftr of 'fiTfecr'lSSt'tek1.' Syofi Pftdfof nnjuttgxigos.mntairatiiaiysecurity noiacrs HardliMhurttstcahtiedli tclFfiPind,. Mrs.. Sctli Hobhs hav ow&Iitk oVUiuldllwr (JfnhttBfflttJorsmdritl pUnltWtrX-fctS.in- f ..AuQtJmt; drSAiissjoii, oaifiothtramtHlot oiibfindsifradrtgaarri lWfifTtfcSllft?Jta.l.riinfl,iSres asohalt IIIU.V t.11. LJ UIUUI 11IU concerned twins , oriidtlMr. sdcnilrtrcs arc: (li there arc strJefg'Yof'tu'A!' 8H!SHttft. WP'totfl' i" IfsOTn'jBraVywffrvWjftarl?, M noiCalvtusUitfc.JjSyicJndlyricftoSattirdajl .Miss Eva Carr.igan PBWMr.c4as4sUV&sbow,,8.flal abouY far Thnin.tlQ two paragraphs next SraG."FLyIdaTl,ffi(l!,EH"F.uAT4xirffCi CT(3Jvfe40Jcd school trustees Satfltnaed. of fflicrtawres k abcAfa-fiNiaiJcrri- nothcrTBfitcxJiaiJCJVjl at c of MriJdAflbVimDod pril --'1 vVJK8WidWds, son is at the home of . I. F. Diddle vera a t rWrd.nfihurg, lasr Monday of lat T. S. Bargcr's estate. J. F. llc purchased the estate Consid- ion ?Vno. ertson on Mr. and Mrs. M. Saturday night. j. tist Convention ( $30,386,000; Methodist 4Jri,vou,aiu; ujuica rres- $.1,000,000. ijJ.""""" r7,' a $uvwwkifMifeftAY her AppareliDisplays d are trCoT&sni day.ithiM't'ftFylfu a: it witn,tTicir parents, is Baunicn tnev are deve iss Mollie ,Uarfi.came day iC mr v Hcston, Friday. Mrs. Helen Mcador, ijutinu Mc. Mcador The social meeting of the O. ndreprdBn!tfed?nd Lena Lewis L. Mattiugly has retnrncMaittr. dim Thursday evening was quitfc . . .. . . 'S, or Lodiburg, spent several days . lyable affair. A beautiful m a N isit with li is sons. Con 'TL.(,liMrSc wuWi antl Jtf s. ji week with tlieir sister. Mrs. Alor ram m rendered and den aiti ngly of Kirk. soir."'JLciy. "tvito "Haw nwif'Tiwrnc. I I. J. Kobards a akes and brick t &unrRly(lHJ's9llAn5veT1 HfrcjHsatitB an c daughter, left Th RJWrBnr-mi- i ionn .n n m tic rvnnpv insn tTTTTTIia . I1I.. T ...' ..M . ti nirs. vma vcui ana maitooii vill , to make their iToWlUMI. uauKiiicri , i "t: .!,:-.- :. . N. Warren ,vh Mrs. James Hcn "A,nss"lE.,i)tma"'ratrriev,.wjs tm."sev tral days, has re rlKSaflltut's,ien?0Nriss0 jWlHi'SMvis , Bar - flreproduction of the hit b mc? 'M ismS'aWjjI&fi.sfitfdV:11.1 ughes I'ryinire, Ifilbeve he fc Saturday and S . Hoodoo" was pr 'SUstYl .' oi rda biM. for thev nrescMit n AiVia rs. Dan Macy an school buildm; 9 rP,Bfirfj rs .. VV. nilpott ana Airs. Mary su,n w 5 d Ha din, of Candel "'" ' nice cnTi ton siii)U(HytdiitfItatiiJyh6ueibii; Wdd ncsday to visit la,Jiolnjison and brother, H an I Airs., diuneft .fuiipott, ot anc Mrs. A G.. VVhi Hid. I VJOTPL. W'l has returned ion i r r llhtLMILa MH yvil e.wtching I ub ProcKs a 1 4hT lM s Tinnrmary, i oui ''ajl.i1. ?ftJf8iiM ests of Miss Lit r. O. E Hart, m n mopii t itntn- - yaluahli 'Co .Ro ,qrtspn,x.f.rLHdihiifirr 11 T, ELVvtt WVn wa here the week-en- d Thursday. the sick J hn uaiLiUi, SfMM&fe Mi. and v. li. Mi M MlUMMUMUMMMMiMUiMiM UlUUkS S XRr77rr7rtriTiTn Irs. Alaiuie brooks lia mc from Eldorado, I IIIULlI IIIIIIIUIVU ilaWprA'l ,of whicii the affil !terAW bJJriDhaieai!c1i!a-- 1 "J0 MaDfliffHr'SF8! hiktVfifSSiVirflfa v. VyJP'Jk iWmlrT yoverport, waj five cars of tie m4mwh&.ilcs ml HtVlsR'cWWe1v'fllia!ft9 home list ,Wcr6c090SpHremii! delightful texture. The 432 PAIR ARM! in colorings are gay- - N i.i.i .the Russet kind' best we have ever had $1.50 per pair. iHBLCmcr BlHMc HtSHa' . -- HfAwas M ESiUIVor Hpnbl, mw V'lEft Hc J'ht5B ttlEflThc Wor k Vjfcfl'l xt:.. jj J! ? mim raVHShiSi are very r vour im- ix r a bevv of ue- -, iy . ii (di , fLjG!ffiyrir i CtinHJK: t.. we DeiCfixyu,. V.C11U1UI. .gooas DUt 1,sPA.th!apfflWarr.1 sr4nt cfK"SdrHfiVlat1fiWD otf it j uesday ana Wednesday the Mceanir-&MmtelJ.ashtai- rivilegfe tallne,dtitor(innpjniufJdavu,Mrvlfl-1aft-'- atrfrflavhrfbl4!8n . i, .of Frvmire i?rAtta: ' f st oi is ourt t l Ir. Robertson's. first, visit .here :eTr-lWir- llcting fawn goo aut sm ji owing rfHxneipBHjoi y(WWas- VdiirtirtohMl.RrJng Utl afikpmleyfed . t . ve vvetr waghnoRnZ delfeur A"i? ?MsnMi.HofDaahensporLt! wen Ctoble. of Lontsyille, .spent t v MilyKS l II t'.l llllll"Air, we -- 3iae dv siuc ldiVfliles sp'efitina-wri,'MsaJitt"AT"'- l:ydWi;5aWkiHr nJsPrCSiTtma'ilaram vvllson tYosibH.1" lW "il'fsd aunaay. SEK OUR EiBWBBBRWiBJjjAl50X y PAPER 'S?Ui. Mr, and Mrs ,. A.,N, McCpv, : 1 PRICE 25c TO Sl.OOJr in tond anu otnerjs irs. victoria severs nas returned afturavDetubngSthmowiOErtliQ lost ciiarin- lie Lot is. with Jier sou, Mr. Aimer jrs nfl"H rtlabtfnYailBfg3rSsis- - fewtolTOn.ec" snocial.nricesl ifnwtfly.,WsiP.'i'iVJi1cll; . qMftoMferim Mr ftMFMrtrr nir.do.ls nm 1113- JPJ .". .:-- . , : r ,fiA3UXW TfilKU ir. ; nd "Aire. "Kosxcfe aviu na lUW'UU -, ?wm mM$v:l M'WMmlmi' ;m zW !Te (tte-4f-J D(ll E1 wrv orlKlnallty, flnoness of fabric, anil thu InilftlimhU' dlmlnctlon of hand workmanship, you will tlnd In the Fleur de Lis ONfC PAY ONLY Mouse. Their exquisite drawn work, flne hemstitching and hand tr Hint ismosfannoalliiR fensto&f!. mmimsm&m In tiio roiilin of itloiii Siveral ot this community gav w- sonrcaueaconJM a surorise .last Saturday nierht II : ' "f teS.JV.V-SKi'tn'rfr. . """ rVitlHSts "lietttKXiraiit and, Paulind 1 an enjoyable CQnC(iw4 IU sftAil p rvJ .ebS it ilavi ntr Rook. MMih?u(S&MWrmW,WsaW 11. fc.. I". 3rtKfi8ai-.ol3- f lr. WWfirrf "Sfi&idcd thi Ely o i his barn which he is erecting .1s!ipfreY:)ieWaS4yiP(!aflrrg!itAvfrc tnerfj wflretfy,?pifflPsatbftwv1t5Hi fins arm L. B bXrWa"AvRfl ntsbYHtlVer. Tiard-- s uOscafiQaianiiuurAXtnt to ttoraxt AW L Do otby L !"".?---WJ.'. 1. to isit friends and relatives F1!hW,eJHMrwf&WJ1c,to: - ,355- v(uiipr j3fir4tteMi Jren $27.50 Youn nlOui a . :s, tie. m i " -- -. mm A c JUcsiie rHLc"pie OWeJJiJvfl ?7.95, $8.95 up. JIBnlItlljQulLlvJLure HaBBSESSKB-KQ-- iilljy - eebp. i'kujSjJNysttie . riss1 ttv itaJVHjhrn,f',Knfig Write for Style CaUUgne 'nUil'Orderi Kecme Unr Prompt Attention i.r.i.f. of "Prs"1 SWt&X' with Mrs. Horace Mc IWit prayer meeting is progressing Ll'.e aisIJltftfi CotriX-dtf-is- Davis and sister. Miss ?HrV!tsLncilMrMW . .. ONE PROPI ONE TUUE - sac the ..guest of !ifiHE1SA.,GH4yifts,,,,arf iiinett. ree mm.""'" Rooihson went to Gar- rv. .v j j .i .rvix trt'-vilso- n are re J" r.f.,,ctT-Ii1- 1 tailorin fyffiwk lck efore purchj spytoewl (rsi. New1 Silk Frbcli 50 to $29 (MfefcjSffles 5 iritiiTJZoats'iKiimSertefelh Enk- cloth an inoyeltv n iTcthijres and ofwMpniny glatdst styles A J 111 w 111 en Mour Fa Specialis week oacw Percale Bucaaloap rohs in. regular ana ex' Ira siKs. Qheaper thanjpeu canpnake scale anQigCfUliklMntltofftetdoidil ?hem IPiflFSi ks are the iooi anu t and Bicluded are VV guaranteed fliyreens and uVwri1Jnrayor.:ddii3 "est 'Swcclik (fflW bAB3MChe verv eriBtd-(ftal- lrrWpin e IMBi n iP. IttA'lWrrc aAcnesaW.gsrrifArdtq gtUKMi- Go:, WJc?l,QO,.SQjd-a.nby CH.V. (lid mrow aruuiiu,.irciiiibcs ii-- . i Uljic: a, mWf1V'"lM,tf;.lHiSHllViHHlW W. . IV. IJVJ11I I. I IIIV. kU Lf UUUt.V ,. rayne Lq iVIIV d Mm n. SauSaart r DEN RWIESSrWRE CLOVERPORT; KENTUCKY peiSlifeS(f'PiiatVUJ.P-,t0fidoFiRnLUq?ayn- UtiRleP tnuenHjn'.ktnfyM dlay at 'Myer .4i)eOin8Ia?3iUtl!aXnUialtV. ffli Mar-shlrtt.di- k K'.,igdCiJOj. q3eUrUHitC6'.s I'UIIL Lqnrad WVI i'ew women will ue able to resist Cfti:sfPWjiwerr dim. a IlR THE mw IV C.R. a jkv DRUG STORE aKtlivfhl Alma Wilson and Leonard T?l)ftt HUMoFe9 ft Mftfca Gwi?"SiSri Uatfieufilckvdrtt cuests of Mr. Trent' i&itEnXRnantUiWH;.caJJ?diru,A5rs. Uattlf. aNii MlW JJavd lJWitTieskd. son. JeAV, A veiiioaGdrfirJd (ltioUWVPepatenftljyc Wilson and Wash Carman ; $19 to ffi ; $75 ilmUitilBmW liikilSIit- TV I ' Hi' v H- - Mop developed in silk; jerseys, tricotines, f i ri t Mttppc ueMunpUuiMM&eeapaftg 1 TI&X; Off I was in luivn1 S.ituida trnr guests pONQRESarTArL'KHRStlEAT UP oPHlgl'45Jns'e'Rfti HrtWfsMfiMlBfy Stith. Jr, of Stith's Valley. '' o OC J I children were Sunday, guests of Mr and M.rs. ,And Rr.idgewatqr. n RECDRDPAPERSWPPiYl' vc B ( "11 VI Wttfe1hW0JSiiiflniJRsWrs.1Mi'Sfi ucuvcr".V .iiiiiik an ui mc bucccncs heG.QverntneiU Fruiting. Ohicc.anu :rV, Lllllilf U wiuudug MlSrtelWf rn'euMktS? J,!Y ij(ri iii.pi.' iPfhlWp crrttnert1' KfiVWll "Ci Gand . Separate, Skirts ' good looks, in yisBPuaiirs,u,M,ffl " im'm . exeptionar uiveitv. d ktfs'i?er styles, l lAfnrltOTiv WMfif n H M you anu at im ajniJUHuu, d a ujll wr hwi!, i'atP" They p'l Wallace, L L'lsliessie Lox. wljo lias returnei MS ISTWmrWtSj''rWHoaf.wf is a Dupi iiursHQSEe.GOiaHAlNDisINoHAjNDul operating room-and-idelighted witl: hHioptanlsville, Ky.. April 29. The .vivAs Hi)dacmord ofttSuhtli tChnialinn) UlRVles s- these tiri.crij(ft theimaknig and U in their ttirir; tbe 'Fisk-'Idof silk . Like the other styles, it if fferecf in blue, tan, gold and rose, n l ruicu nobis maKeBmart :dlay brflaniJidrtunCKntuhdiyGKuiy iHifnQlttrllfltltegcaldbprpIcdging they ,vod&r $8.95 and ' up n FjlMft? i styles that win companions to the blouses of Georgette. PrirT?cftffttS.!rrMnd up ISHRnd up ai K' , IP ", s Ha 2 t i bine to its hub. Th gy wheel, pickedat random from weiBhtetltKt9l-ftBrl- y W..0...H. WHWUU n....WM Kf carload Tot; That'stlfe aonal guar ant . Bolter ..W. WICQk, pftobi UI CVCII l)Jhltbcllging bnclc ningattho t UU H lOOl buggie and ourrie. e per-- kittinantH'etfbreiul gcarntsnot M'carLsilh'd fdokinns. new hats or silk under IrarMenys RinliirdodocDaibriagii&iiiltTd ontowpdnypcMiilift. Mhe (average (pJinp laiow fifteen cents. liahnbrtatd (diathf hgrton, iiifr Jajui,alk imi Min fioasUurUiiiDiSnlVees m?Tu,ts' I Cts? LI l-J- ""Ifftflfficmfconcern in an quarM Dresses ana Hats are FOB SALE BY S C .. t t Se the Ames Here dftS.WWheifcfflKWl An VXWeLTP Y HH iKXitSrftp-- . :8Kl'i J I iyiew about. lasj ai?r. M :HWd lTfJve5j1Jled"l5iao?lM 'ifi JwJKf: fir 'ft reWWftlR! WrTJWifiTntl0,frerA:f( JakAJt dUrfoirftSemift rnWIMWHUi "Ifi RAT-SNA- P liMes lwrrvBgeliia. MdnrtvanwwwMed.,At WMdMItoefimiyAAdY, .. wrvA,.le,Uri'' Got P?',a'H0i1e( PT 'Bfoi? Wf.,?,na'r, tfWrd"He il 8858 E j tffl lit jB5 5 UW Jllf S MARIOKLWEATHERHOLT i3 Company WEIGcKS" "whexE COuJalESy II jjJI - f ffi S ' Blk ' i BMiinnnniMnjTnrfnnwririMiiriSiS ""'"''''ilWOWBSjBjSSjSjS ki J . ' A . . JT N.J - (i v S't l ' hdstfiA mvmZmiqfa . WiuMWtJRMBSnJM ' IJ "i. nmmvm Mf.iniT Mn, Sm ftson ' THE BRKCKENRITHM RpMrtina,, Mr. h I HtWyittlXfMtt guestaf her parents. ? Tt.-.- i: SJtJlttVroiORT, KENTUCKY lUllO FiillEiIll GAINS 17P0UI ProminJint Physi( to Use Tanlat iitu 70U PA Nkfci FOR SALE AftftUkv QwUfterLtftAsJltJWSwHireailtlrt ljhK!rjbfe4iwnt, fifeftVhAtrtiwMi!4i S4aubrtrrWiUWlrAHmknllt-M.-lVaIturc tiOGUftT f'-Mii)- Miss Martha Uoard Ferry, .urVIa'yTai attended IMMf?vme,J.Tltrfrift3dsfandaIiococ Carman VcPriday VSTtftfWH-!ihtrvisihf T.mi(vll1 viii.rl Mr CMdaj law;IijM)is ttn3vsor Hvjllicdu .and Mr7. aiMYMIIsMGMi.YnHfilin, last LncLAIrs. J. .U. 7Vftbfand lr. .and oteAjAintli SV'bdnMay Club at th. tarn ai fttMd St a wit - f ArB.nM. rZn lit ra suyi. rahtVisMMiH - A Wp VisiNfl- - wtfsAflVia ftfri. Hk(lh-WHfci- CWrclMBBFfl;! KftHKMtMTap WR EBftitHN ?l ,gter, sAl vM ,"71 t fi . t" Helen Hrmw Atrr., Trvmcrtnn. .i T.TT'V.T'. '. ai mother. , Sirs, rcn.'v e The r . . WTvTi.tSno- - fr. nr.tnVl pruie r Johnipn, sflnd r.u uavis aim ciniu- 1 ji'aMtyiMtu ,'uyiMWii"srjrAiiW5'iwuv ....i "l.MVt'l (4htntl x.?ii. !VrUrHM-Tnlt- I WMUtn rrion, and bat the working at KrD...?I3&(fbnMaytSiFceiyattm8lyf hbnad J0a.Bs.gDavliigBtljIHBlp(8.from With 'Surpr .' Nictfce KesuJtS;' y .f??. uimie 1 ,,, ""W .roPIU'fi at ;c "9. fVrflNW.S.V..M.tvv ". J53 tre nai j ad M yon rj A. Surrey. EHia It, May, Cllr- - f 1 kyckeil A"OR J China . SALE AIo Sftj m k wi era m tfratt. a, xx land t)fixJuc . I rf t ftBa' tjirta cr wrvti " aprilre, llardimburfc, Ky. 200 Butheli good yellow a few helTert wilah eJl !l cwRvere visr lng Ats7- Make Atcr, - WtjtrwRTjto6 ."... . Aaw Way. price. E. Jlowne, clj Hr- DiLrrr- 8AJJ !r.! rVineton. ftlr'WcMk.orFlCES ,1lWAw;iAS J. AUaTUfclRWiG WAL NB3 lil iwibiiu. Mi. irwi.Mn I PiiwiijiJ H&WTM cf0tiR;&OIAVriCAtastAlNOCBl WttfiyReWi'rnts, SiMrtss ' Iv's s sler. Mrs.TJr F. Ric srewav ant - .Ytf&vifli'clftJit,(hiPSvft:l?-effif- v r,and Sunday. , ra lie oCinSrLiB (fMWi jor-wrr (aaMmawssitt " SWMWKSXmitriCt .'i .1! ME NTS. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Tnwj"n"7i.',H wp"iinvic? inf'xrayiv oaiiruar.lvl)ODIMnH.rtann 9nr liir WJf f ric, tul. Miss MaNTcKinscy, of. Mnt- -' iMfffiSlf'K na?iflf.,"l!.IrlliiIWFmR. LI I c VV. I iMRSCR,,lii(Cito.rafidnfMarian Hardn .,!'.. t ineyoung gins ciuD.on luesaayevcn ViUiestf'oi J,u, , mother, Mavdec Chanin. of Clovcrnort. "'.: Sunday MIMSliia aunt, . Mrs . E nb ABeatlnllh as returned u in fMrs e. wibh-h- W'.liW 'Airs. w. H seriously Lousville o theregcsniirae4 wliiltgfjci "cmiKnidntin 'mi unttMii8falvttc axdWiMUHi riMu,,.'. t ntMWJT'kl obtrtmi IV M chil ,tty Wf.r,xum Be s river, that took hwltlMMr. Kiatwi rsCfjuHCOMib CYelKha.- do Or O . . fty.'"3 SBy,1'.! n.. .!. I1na it fntfviaiso 'afiauwqw. the ir guests 01 I "lMra JLte nr.A tJi ik.i. aim SKfH,.,"or',LttlKvi rc.J'tth yuu sec it pass Uuvvn, Joei' 'UrifHaihbtWe el good fish .storjiiIJncle Ben. lall and not very ht. loan m. .... Wr.h?jna "XWaMcflHar'ypfJrlS'.'WyW MMVHU in lttl),lwronIrYilr(binjDII .vini ape rivJ? killKlrftrnHidAy.Mrenshaw. hetnUtn-Sfc- f? .. .. tr j.w .srr-.-,.Midtf'Keirta 'tUlfliamrHpe,n'5yunti& M th4 "- - W nawm"onrVSiAEjv vnapl; navmg":o7ny;' ia"spenu tei tJJWX 15x1 an otis lJavne. WA&h One of tliCiWronKest and most con une,vitncing evi(jncesoj the fetnarkabltf fiod S12J ia.juitJ UblHKOVVVlliUMDIIhU WJ AtlV plover iroughoiifvthC country j the, I r, t. .1 rft..' umucr 01 , letters mat are no OHH om dtftQIn. 4utr :ccivcdaaiiy trom SCoretf; m I6tyIn ,mejfl rrfen.' and women jJKo-4i- i nown rr fta et Vou can x ccn Wiefifed byitd r?cIfyXf' taake aubsta AmMjg the large numhJT'trtttr' . jaiwa. Ind fUrt' ,VECK een received recently .a js . bout ? SSKX . . Uld terming that tlWXalwy T . Y &ir ? oade 4!,k (a rms of my owk run rom o tq M, Ilaynei, ior - CUfM.MAll iiack 11 it irettwr ircoviAKenta watim nratinrnijyML Ky. vbusanaa gj. ji -. EDVA- teiil - ntw 0fll i J '( .4. ... ' f t:rVwj (,;, we'j lynarats. F,UK JtOHSAJ V afin Xtltmri!'li HMttttWrtt,? f - JWf pvrtrin vAltesport. -- id widi ir.emU in Steph 1 mefHTOrasii .M-ftitfnra r :mtniDcrett, iKiualified s :atbnjenjt, 1 shtd.bqiow WMferec6iaV given I y one of his paJilftWAffb letter wM;usi as it wl ardheth"n indoMemetitiisra receyKav5rii ds. t f ""vy-wirJ tkKy, ptgrfti j'' UWWl M,l .W .1J, W A'WB and rwANaww owe to Clveiijt 1 MISCfiXLEAKlOpS fiE,4WmTJB't lACVl refufc d to:'cnr soe en. le. ttftt Ippljr At wr Ijirl of wrtman to !lv4n th cW Berry, lnycAisvlle, shoppit Monday 1fioHainivicA.iuAAts of Mi Jerrys sister, Mrs. Mr. vine, last wee Mr. Robert rs.. Geo. r., a thr i r..n J Mas ters Paul Edward and Samudl LeR W. A. Cook. t B is wp hlVM ?. vWft rys kWKrinffmi, ciiests of thei 1 OAO&TvO, fhe grJWl Crist and. Ford uncn, ,ewlnvvule wiwne.6hc..j50flnteaniortfKpociai uatnering ""KirjSma,,,...! "':it.''...JI- - it1""tr'.t'l.,r.v H'nir.wiU ASM JWPMifiniiuf jirt"t wwaror,,TftrRcp'na AMftvCpfibliiaDeWJSntarflKC'M'r t ic guesi 01 nis sisicr, .irs. j. ai la.stStiflflftvWt'1 her cousin, Miss t I James lodes. J. Aiattingiy bought a ice AH1.,.atia.:MTS".'eTiwri'tTa(iuocR Murf yuK.cg.w..irojn jaue Aliiigus. Price o 1 lS06E'oi4'??BMS a nice voung f t 1 JfrFLWillkJ T' t"'S"Jf. JlUlUSIlIaf X (lie, ' 4 ffittV s aL' Lr?wiU c&llt u.rfiuei. en5y SffiSMSTOK 9frTa Cnftden,Sfi?feiSe,bTaraFdi 'SAriTPjGTFrWdPtffil'vve ep nflrnttnft,od ipote, who is slight ly improved irt :oTheidnunlfb4DS did . . r. t. .r. H Norton was in Lexing- - 'raionpiuriaarwatostscnotwocwgr twt iiPiiruCaJf Miss Mildred D. Babbage for : n"-ii,i .tun,, f,.:ii.--, iii,i.Miiaiwiiii Uarnanrd " V. MaVMcGouttff ere and. is movitf He as here"thisoiom1 a ' Wl ..11 meAwnaiystaiuac rrari oone T.tl i j ten I mi. He avs w59iitich carmr h icnt hhave mm 3 I4..J.J.' ttJT .w . siiiRfc4 .S ki AtO H oaflr, w anal iryfeC STte trett Elm J0hp6y many Know nvF kk ",. Wi r Wo ?. n . . . ..2r,v fit.mvUMLKy. yi f ured him. nd aboutUnIacKJKQMMnlvt SjSA V fa TH&ectfdll: Edwar rvf'i a js .: ?.v j a cR-- " '- t,ia - i,i-.,- .., Uflii'dilv- evenmc i? tn"WefoEftd her home in Kansas City, MondajJ :.?-&4M- l tlW SHPJtaasai ,4; ajc ffirflWfitfrSJSEnRrn Mri&flr AllHf cfeltqMay, Lil ... nn .nrr nrm nc . m 9f T!le..V.?,'!,r8',a1t-.1 iffnbiAfcKkeanYieiGUaytfcMwiMlKl .Mary nazei Aiattingiy, ot K.irk, wer : W guests SmiBftyHsflWOWSfiday of M ' Weath- - "VfAwr??. Pallon. aml p!nm.a B1y :;x H. Davisoajid-obeana Airs, a. t. Kidgeway. .h.l, ; t ...rii-- . inmiaairs-- 'v Uie.AiMtswy". rffBFejn BOruinsuuK,, . ... ' rionr .wcrnnnp imuisniiieai TiT-- ji Iffiic? - oirl FsiflfsJ ftp. uMyWatk S6b3fnffiied t A. diuurg, were in town Sat-- ! "JJ" .J ', ivj-A- ri . koiiiuimuicuurS'Cuj;Gin?s .Muliingiy J. it ;manainea(BTifliit8xes.nixjOKrDni'isit,m n fii. A?r.: .W:Uffl"f ff'V?WgUW, V, ,,, l,l. JiHitbiS.. Tom r ua.tJwi.n.3t,a. r'sinhSWvnVSa,lardiy business r."JV.a";tLV"u Uhli lM.VmFimvl?WtfMnnil?H. .. the mem ..... ...... -j AK&xna,rry J. riamman was ii bWs FatnVdnidr; elsityiffe5f vh I1IU ClbvWpUrt Hifehfo d!Ht ItWWHfo iiiMrsWHefru lesday. ,.f. k. w-..- i.- .u.,j 1 ."" - - J"T"B .: -- i.WMTMffititeR. IdlU. i vine, is nere tne guest ot her paren Air. and Airs. Koscoe JJavis We are agewHofor the va Mrs. Virginia Williams return Mi& AnftftbfrtektnbbafBaand hhHtl1 ?dM5flel5fed separator. BARGAIN PRICES ? v K. HNOrlElDWMIOdGCOKS HABrJEB.. MllftW wishes to.' take something fliai elp tliein." Tanlac is sold in ClavcrDort. man 3 Olaton. surprised Embroidered Night Gowns tfaVrkComptoiL of Cloverport, vis . t Wedding's Drug Store Advertise with their marriage which nient. e rfeltolteW1H8vaie,who will be ., , All wool fabrics, h; in.H i rnMirttcc April z.i. iney win maK .. and well designed models are the clothes i iyi,Bfc'tMftf, r Sauintft- - wiflv : Atrrvu,(ivj,rivai nwvrai? . . ..... , .nprr prasrfvneqiHunif wnere .ne that Np.rSI!ii the long A i MaVJ We Arivise Farlu Pnrnha.qp? P'w o her mother. .Mrs. 1. '"- "",v c" "'c"t ,, Tl.it'c ,..!,,. .,,,.. pnnuent ot our line ot men s clothes, liach suit in nj-- . uruingioii mien nis reg- ij. iiu;i liccujiicui. Rapid advances' in' prmt jlSmentoOtoEuhesus. Sunday. JJJ.MaHBpppetVcturned from a tock is VnflmsiavfijrCittjefMyjr.tfclected and made to meet certain requirements. Afwi- - VlbrrcPitrti.8 tlitHhnrlMia. 'iHrFtfffWs41R; 4nlFRew Albanv. 'rices have vBifn(ftli4Rira vUtowIfilY.Mr. and Mrs. .VeaiassdsBinma Burdette, of this citj jrive satisfaction monev hack if thev don't. nly for this month Gel your order acne JmieiVjioaitouoitJt jar8)oji() tlMended the at once. .Vomanless Weddt?-fD- t Hardinsbure. AKiasknoiist.bwrtfd axaFraftd Viiiwthftnistt Edward Gregory & Son. FridVfr. ingdtMrs. Win. Darst had To efipjSeorcIinho!pdAyQsiiiilaytivdtite.rning. wtpsTliis.is the h Line of Hart Schaffner and Marx clothes. jiBiva iq attanaiittjjurge bttpi Apriu tlafcias "77 isWsiftft Mr. Babbage wilr be at Hardms- SHnfltanry, next Alondav 4a.aiia.Mi-.--... UBiss, AUwiemuifreMieot ivJasoflgnt inceinmiue OBiiuiisjiuAagnTOTdOAiiiwn iMtitttnfcbr. srfti!Gi,yeAttbS)rBcstl A ps iGGo.IditnWttriioi-aSlfctDdrt- t Fair View. Saturday. May 1st. ifimma Hagman, of Skillman. ' Dbiw4BeMattiM6lk, po of Roff visited at First Galloway and son, nfNtQiinK, SFuBttdayStAflrik 27j i .!.-. ,? ?v,fM.m;as ' S,hM? rt I iblirWQdnetsiBlbnday. rgp "nY"?!,;61;: isit i- -- - Mrs- - Mr. McGouKhswiStatemeiit Fd! "I suffered frtrfnVinttiittsHori ould not eat alwtrttnKXbutvha 7i. . T woum nurt me. COsipatifn egy. fv a great deal of trtfrdHKalsd'.My le J fM ymptons were indigestiorKJigMlbufn nd gas on the stomach aftersfcaxmg. ly appetite was irrecular andSiiv!H n nnnrlcl, rm fnilnrl uuu u...v. j .iwuiui. mn T'liT'l Ill, I 1113 rouble caused me to eet verv ooor fact I got so thin and weak I was popyright ardly able to go about. "I bought three bottles of Tanlac n Dr. Edwards KCommendationarul am now feeling alHright atrain.d 111 able to attend tOaTll.'fifcR I cWiH d seventeen pound! itJfight Jid' in doing fine. Tanlac did the work. I now recommend Tanlac to veryone who is sick like I va ... a 4 "V ' 1 raduates 1MQ . 11' Hjn Scluflner & Marx Parasols Beads Umbrellas ungoMiriiVhiGra. m ra f1 ). ft unrtne&' Alts 1 Silcj Petticoats ..v... . - bjcp.gparj.jip tnJarn).-.ttritPli;eie- 1 J. C. NOLTE & BRO. , url Qlt JUtoas-isiiiutiay- - aaia I k I Q mwm S..r 1 la it 'es ai c furnish vwKSiB9eewiC a prescn tion for sfaction guar; anteed. glalii Incorporated , M( Mu.of.rV'olWctSXUM SPECTACLES AND IK Inruibla Bifocd Lena ISouUiwot Coraar 4th and Cheatnut SU. LOUISVILLE. KY. -- H: -. dimanBSm ivii SujA Ind where they will make then home. ;aiuouay umvti r)F, Dii,i. T - u , payrolls. J ryj;ffifift?g3pt'JCT sAir. Iran uiuiiencsiowu-uuasiJujHU:..i ItMlTi-mSiSSSBmSSSSUSBmB . ?TOltWJCtr,Bfchind with Klv. Harvey hnclisli w IISBS&BSaCaHBaVMaSaSWaW Tt: - aiJjnrK-v-u..i i.;i,i. (nA !, ireiitre n;u hlUiisH ir,,i, i,n,lli,i,o, rrc..;vviii A f aJkm Jil9 . CJ4l ntYl nlinnlroi "-ei iaaVis vJu.,ujra1,uubiWnuFll,MB Jjt.1 f liaii ar appointment here SatuBuhcjJIr. and words Simbn BesVtrr'ot Mrs. '. daughter of Mr. an. l nu Sundayeconcf MicBaugliterAentkiilBt witflfnrThaB truth lfas.gJifesty dttyfcarvniotbr-8w4aWp!fKaJPs Chefi dhinbelfilerly of Gov .Q&s.jaTarBBaTmMiller in Canneltori.frMjrds AtfnRdfftroisiAjik SSUH iMticiaus. tlflSTuKBociation n.lMr. Silas Miller, and A rs. MaWBrMai EdlrVaLKTo&WSKitiil her lrWeQoeadayavis receiv daderMEen8nJi6rhvJSriJrf)lQwQhsUortf.d-(1- f ifcarJOhnDctyiaiip- GaBkld. idM .erVataawelic lUUc. . LlPJriaatXksaHDMMM e from Millw'OTjrfTrtf th !1 tr.ilt Al.UnpInl. rTftna. lA u imu n t u rsi. trt ..j HWJtSB1Qfp,SQrdH,-ii. YHvuwupiiuua, uuuuay dauBh- - Hffff wuTwrite a Wnff""'" decla her AfXthMMHSWlilSid "1 . KdVieyrareAttshchlBnolgtrO)iiJtltigf-- i pei! t aHoofiShovtak'inee AiiiiJjjPi5WIiriSW3l E5EEF BronkiAwdgeJoounbortast n. uura: jianuiesniiHEomim' cnvKirenxsv. SfwinglsLick ihrov5isitMctlV tristtftV "Evidence all in Newbury trial." said a recent headline. The evidence Aiiwcerunr.saaiiagui june has notbia on the public. Cartoons .lis wyqi$0)risfQneallBnt9SRS in Leituhfield,"last ton Fcntrcss-wcrn m M rr tzi.riv H M . ttJcaatiddfeepctf.o UjdBggggfr9gflBBaTO - .i. ' ;i ir .. .rE.;i,.iirit;KtirtoJv!.o....-1.- . wu iiiW5g.noenBiEiuwiKixKw.-Airfo4m.amyeflarn- a I.. kfltA rti . . " Alhi.!. n.i..t M f c . ,v.. 1A hirnfrtf ,vuH.siircUUi itemifisoayvnnl '27. a Y.wvu"" relartvtfsr0 has returned V!oUn jjflMMV . Rilethvasmiik.,,larfli ... nd other "j Avp j "i ,: .........B ttviiv-t..ii.. irr.t,- i - n,io.,t.oii- nf '"X,OliriJ,li&nOa,SanlirMiQntlHfVrfnrmpfl - th iiumvc. Vu........ w. ovoa. """ iBS.thEranfcsrvVJfsdJieantratlw AU,mIne P!1p. nf vieit.i .IHctaeji. TihdrsitrAnder O'Connel is s.aiEioMl$. 'I (UllavhrfalhioSftiMrarWorlTOr . . .,, , .;, . . . -- , ' . Wt 1 1B ad aW M BiaaaV .fd9WBtk4 afatJaBaJI aBaf I 9r1 Bj laak nilgai WrV BaV .ABafl II laaK jft I T - w -- aar aT lawffVH aJMUIMaL. tL PaV I aKlK m. .1 aaMaMaWllH Wfr Hlla Cultivation John Deere Hoof MM k aVaH9n ,ovels destroy weeds effective- - ip-Poi- nt Mj EV T4.-,rnP- !i ?:LbJ' . - JL HSSS!-!I.I., jV nigcnuaos inusK.y , SgaUluiJdaylndianapolis, Ha-reuf- '""wliSy'i&HBaHHalaBfcvi and pulverize thr anil thnr- - I TT.:J!rr. L: attc . .. ' R. m.. t1 ? ; ti,i a0irb,7liwiini9f JSI st "W1' wkpounHKat ing a., but nto vill Q 1 I dinsburRiraiRlmm,r ins lke iml dbthaidnM""flHUfiHMMf IlflsUM na ftXJU'ti-ft-- e - eskoml GAmtkuN&w& isit ngihthK!diitfi6f VT-V- ? atjMliBaiWiiai rie.Iya ST$rittraf vRftPtitife cjtuavl . aa..MMa.ia.a.a.Maaaii iiaaii imiim. aiiii i mi MKr.in iiri.rTaaiimii; taa.iTTTa..M.Ma..ii..ia.raT UM eSJTsUTQ.VJTciAn ?. ?t,T nTe tWKKnuBBKB9BSBKf&PfGBEKBBZ34e&EnRXA ifnktr UmtdaMritllfKaHNlKi itri&s.wjfi""? 3S U1 AI KUtll JJOWeil a studalBatflbggcMmBBBafffityaWBrS A.VTreCI,KMnt?,l, KW.Ui"" "' Mnvrlr miww uuirviiui i J nvuuaji rnnrt High .School. BMaaWgBMWM8MMCaMMHK3aagiaaXaMgaTMMaMWgj had clinnre of pro-1- 0 i Clianin.-preside- Y i ,,i ;c r--j. YfrrJmmte. 1UI.,hiBut.." I 1 &V nmmirst 4 w - ,1V y lines, xeorgqjM&bJfis fiflower irivvmea oraids, EACH . Also hats madls to order, carrying out your Sriiat models developed in transparent ma Jfc individual idea's. "i- lO -mtrer wme wcu m lu 1 isrvear tji U0 rV ; acCfcy aiML-fielBIc,llon "aW "'IWVr' wou ?s tiQttiVaUQnM10 uc ind VB BW uai,n., ml .np&naW.4ftefr.c1flrgHlel3t . uc a uiL'ticr iuu uaii.nJBBjUi jaBaxaB... aaiaw.,. Vlnal t.,aai ,cBB...caa,.r. tiuiiii 'f.Si.MKHI ..x4i. iiWiVviA.w tYMir: ruuiii, i.fBVI' 1.AfV i3. um lost .a loLof mA'hest .ctvomer.s.'.unXjr. ilissts Ml HaBlinfiBBPIBiKawpiBPfefll wlfrrHr' the IS otimio(rRm dflEn5 truth ' t0 Jbiui)Deere6hppi0 ers Tlaven't a tJest Veiliestlfl SHtaariyLflB and tfflBNicervice VUm itintr and urKuJInu cmPlc 'eePdftitPSvVegbfe I "(KftdiKAT-SNAie lvaHQXai,werjfvri ten n mttiVE tnMKuvublican SIBDeinocratic Balp V. iBfif hi y PJ Jv ml B Ibur aKUIhairv wmlll wlbBn ill tiamtaXiConventionBSa adopt a "PlaVBfd.,ts ,.n hsrwefhratntleiTlnto the MfcJSMe wSSv arjWfiFnStfet'b.Tflget . :: B aeventv-rrver-wniuqir-zo- i-. Jip . vpa itiir ti1HlXMlVwJif-- rcanlA44t.inn y ..o uceasurer reoorteo uu.uu pam in 10 VlM-ii.".Tlrfa- . ' ...,..,,,..3..-,-- " Vee Lclu iTSl 1. s. viMJrWMBaBBaByaiaBBaV-- . H' cinpio B gians, the rhartMpnjJ0aaaaavarwaaijug iwk 5,400l,hvjj.ks KllMairMrwraBBBjBBW-acMTBidBk&NMaw.TRY.li'11Dl'c - UHHHaamvas rrsr employees aim pcaititssociation will do a amis Laf.Bfe mwm mMmm- mWW ibbbbbbbbi aiaai . neat w A I . P. oi-avfirfl- r.'att'p.SfW Ms!apf lus- - will Only Six Models; fr I. i Sizes 34 to 40 tvy. nav. . These sK'drlsses pJiyrvefWlOTraayrhorning and they will not be he$Ai8nriyiR& rlfceV are so stunning and appeal to you instantly especially at the reason- - 'l'reanrir nt Hnntist church reuorts ivi,iiiiiiiiii nam "" '" vjigjcs M Million Doll le ieventy-hv- c vaiu Htikn llllb lUCillUCb w m. u. mm VV. A. pledges ihuusli lipliticians, tjjBejL jffflui. IitI is MiuiyaBKBMtf llaflBKvAriflBMR&auiMaBL MKBBBJiBBBMr! VBiVlVBKLaVaKaBHaaVMaaU9aMaHaKH viiiiainiBBE aaai laaaai Ml H EUrfialuualaWall .ll. l.aWLnaWaan aaar v t LIi i an i iiiiii .aIJarVB r M.TM.1 tfaT ill A j--. 1111:1 .BLaa 1 iaaaBBBBi I .1.. " aWAaaV.lfK aavaaaai ' in OF 1 inrWtv?"iH' Wtnr?V7e nd MUnirir." WlMBtWiWWtfMr W uld UweedAAndrixtaEen nd "Vi'ii Hfiiflhfe III III HI ggggliu aTM ioei conirootsHre II mulch. No ta I III "TeTtT M I lilaTatalaaaaaaaa TM ITTTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTMaWI lalllil JMaTMfc aTM ground leveL MpinJuui Jnag? ferve he SeiTidr. HAUEpWuldtckgue will Anniversary Day on Sunday May Oth with the same is used by all Epworth e gues over the counMy afn this be:ific dav. The younnpavp 1 Ic ILfaofcffcavels to sweeps is made quickly and eas Change from point is changed J lly only thd IRVINGTON HARDWARE ,V cVTmAImENT CO. e slef, iel(c,faagyiufjbyant. ThosekE)i$Itpli Summers Nteair We ing. Our prices are right and quality the COME AND SEE! best. You have never seen such an attractive array of blouses. They are dlf,MT9Ti'ry7'vrelPYnev. Jersey silks, white and colored organdies, voiles, etc. Many have short Building Material, Buggies, Wagons, allf iHt d verport are invited toHHmdnh ting, which promises W uBa, resting one, he L.eagtiel)ui p. m. Iftf JohnDier Method of Cultivation equipment is being imA sticcmMmfuUv everywhere. We can furnish it for all : Ui Till 1 n all day missionary meeting will icld Monday, May 10, in the Meth- t Sunday-choroom, to which women of the church are exte ol t h meeting will begin at lOMO oi k, and a twelve o'clock luncheon il be served in one of the class ilbo ns at the church. very cordial invitation to atte m ai, surrmtm-iimmffljrt'Z'izz- : The main topic for study at the aing ,v In progra c c the same, conseJ?0.DVitll!EeiP4AN!loM4Llvee!ailPANiY the Sale, -. imsfiii I UK q.ovitBOirT, vy G.JULLSu tly Lrlr i. ft i . t ' mmmmmmmimmmmmaKmimzmmmL ., --r . in" win DC nresenicu 100 uy mem hTmIii kWnVtVJ TUiafc. i ). W j w I -. anwtren5l.iSSf. Bank-- ' Fmhsmiater&it dook .41 nincncaiuza , lwiuisuan . A i , p,HM'twrdepo8it8 KENTUC1(Y . r " 'it '' '" lift"11 1 TJ i i THE BRBCJlgintrDOB NWWt, CL0VWP09Vr,MNfVCx MtatMOiMqMMB ilVT. MrHlMin PABABbXqe. TNO.'b. aJlH i 14 ali'ri.r, i s WSS2S2: j..j M4J 4 -- in i drfc. lppamn !!' -. - . mi iw - m e News Idftrtf aMPiibllaher l II.JVT - -- - -. JWillp luijaJS , WEDNESDAY EVENTS THAT TRANSPFRED TWENTY-FIV-E YEARS AGO Taken From The Breckenridge News, Wednesday, April 31, IMS READ THIS Tula C. Daniel. Miss Higgins. State Direcfor of Near East Relief, asked each of her county chairman for a statement of her workout) to May first. Find mine for Breckinridge below but let me first correct a statement in The Breckenridge News of April 28, to the effect that Clovcrport only in pledges for this work $00 00. ?ave $252.00 and much more to folt low. Some of the generous people of the town failed to have the wonderful privilege of hearing one of ihe Na' tional Louncilmcn, who of the flying squadron that visited Kentucky in the last few weeks. Mr. William J. Shallcross. It was their loss in many ways. And by the way, our work as a State is at Aleppo. Find it oil your maps an orphanage there, where we n. tfrm '" "" ""'"- 9f laail IIA Imliiti n "f u"- cate some of the".. children who are t,-v- " TIE YOURSELF TO YOUR COMMUNITY. 44th-YEA'- Mrs. Lula Atwell, Rosetta, is visitIn Cloverport." SUBSCRIPTION fcATfcS, Ernest Robertson, Glen Dean, came ing Mrs. J. A. Witt. it ...iul (o) 0 a year j. OOc (or 4 monthtj ?Sc for 0 mootti. uuilneai Loeala 10c here to hear Mr. Clay speak. i18 9eWriati4n ,pricq-4aS linn, charged (or at ,'JVerjihiiKKc,(oridMh additional Iniertlon. Glen Dean Charley Dean 'is the (o) the rate ol 10c per line. Obltuarle charged fort at Jheltrate o( 0c per line, money In Mrs. SusanWalkcr, colored, gavea boss fisher. Others may go and return tftwaiKt.Ymii6)ie MOiapti on jour paper, ji ii,iiinQiiicmrcvu iucc nuuij u swell entertainment at her home in empty handed, but Charley never fails H ex ',.( it i, ....,ij .- ,1 , stinr:itiifr.iftla honor of her guest, Miss Helm, of to get in with a well filled string of haVl tf&hVtd re'aHUiB your copy o( THfr?BeKNklDQE NEWS hand it to Owensboro. the finny tribe. ",nm4i-l- ft or -Ca (riehO WW Vritur a' lUBWttberr dd not throw it"nyar '17 iideitroy It. Co) "' -Hunter Hardaway, Bewleyville, has rnrt nr- Hon. William Miller, Hardinsburg, . visited his sisters, Mrs. D. C ..MAY 26, 1920 came down to meet his old friend .......... ........... OI " yl Hon. (J. M. Clay, Jr. They' served to- i..i.,'.j.'.;:i.w r: 1 WHl 4wi AH t'r Rough. Peyton, of Falls of ii"u gethcr in the Constitutional Conven- k&pER-HRTAGUfe. .. CF success ,T ?7 int 1920 ' vnrirp tn itfciyiUyi11 rday was Mrs. Lizztc This issue of Trie Bfeckehridgc 'News reaches 'ydu late. The strike (0) e guest of Mrs. Jesse L. Owen, publishers all over AtealrVM MM paper shortage andrhas-.causeLuther Hendrick had three large fftuisifOMMtryttovtitneri be. .delayed or discontinue publication for a time, has tobacco plant beds eaten up by the oy Moorman fell from a horse of papery.'a'rrltfcir wnd' day late. We trust cut worms. ' and broke a bone between his elbow tn our patrtiid MilWar with us, and b"e aslfberat as possible with your .patienou4goodwi!J.4jitimeve hopcilhmgsf will!A be adjusted and there 'The Acme Brick Plant distributed. antl wrist ' (o) rtiiwwJlHbc'nJewryof paper $700 in cold cash among its workmen Stephensport Sol Stillwell, Ball- Saturday. town, visited this, his former home, BURIED IN TOBINSPORT J BAPTIST Irvington We note the following 'as- - week, (a) nvn AflirtURCWi ItKAISES S3.000. UttKlSJLlAN UliMliTiiKY. ladies in town this week visiting and S" nrj tn .3bnum iiaam Alfred Root, Union Star, paid TY Tnr-- r on business: Mrs. Bate Hcrndon, Mrs. )rfsA noUtVit ams. Brought t0 Stephensport Jno. Wimp, Mrs. Ken Wathen, Mrs. Stephensport, a visit. 'ifMeetlrHela,'Wednesday'Evein In- '., (o) .His Former Home. Robert McGlothlan. Mrs. G. P. Jolly, 'n rrrst nf Hundred Million Our energetic townsmen, Dot Stiles I' Misses Julia and Maggie Greenwood, nail mla rviU8 r.WiW;4 nm of won Inr Ttf ?! tHi i i5i May 3. (Special) Miss Harris, Miss Washington and and C P. Vititoe received contract rStefihe(ft8port, r;i 'rtatl J H i.nrl uiii'J from Government to furnish a barge Lucy Frank. i niueri V.' Miss r't of rock a day to help build the dike -- - JWiadhelnbHlb of Kills tf -(o)- -Miss dred,ndJour.sllia,fodunsp Sunday by boat Mary Bandy and Miss Ella at Flint Island. Helt, two . nnd were T'."1 "'","" tne minurcu . ,X. Petlleter.. a buried .in the ofChristian visitini?. of our bright girls, are off Keenan Chapel (o- )- Owen Seaton Mrs. .Million ot J,J.. tor friends larce crowd Campaign to the amount of ?u,ouu. has been the guest of Mrs. Sam Muf-fet-t. (o)froni.Tell Citv. accomDanied the rela- On last Wednesday cv Masters Waller, George and David ' (o- )ng was ncm in mc uiurui lunuuuw Mr. Petitt. with his family formerly Heriidon spent Sunday with their Harned Flour is selling for $3 00 py tne pastor, kcv. j. nuorey aanae- - ived hcrCi He ;s survived i,.. i,js wjfe ijtte friends, Lewis and Edwin. per bbl. at Julian Browns. fur. of Cannelton, for the pnrposeof a1(, tiauKhtcr. Mrs. Bertha Stiles, and (o). Hardinsburg The marriage of. Dr. Iannis buubtripuuii .ur um,wu,i. s ,tw graiidchildom; four sisters and J. R. Mitchell is visit-hV?r.rI&icl?i.pUS!iCoW'en'lA twcmirotheraj Wrs. Buchannon. Mrs. Milton Board and Miss Isabellc Millalready daughter, Mrs. Vessels in OwensHl.&:,f tiniUifi (i T.irii PPitt er will take place at the residence of S3.00oiJnfl Altd. remainder was easily f ni.'i.t in ; the bride's father, Mr. Matthias Mill- boro. raised. The church is now 100 per pike Conn of California and Philip er, Wednesday, May 13, at 6 o'clock Mrs. Starks, her daughter-in-lacent efficient. p. in. Petitt. of Rome. lnd. Rev. J. T. Parsons, Bloomington, and Mrs. Angeline Tindle, , -(- o)lnd, Southwest District A base ball club organized on the Mrs. Clara Campbell, and Mrs. Lon ITEMS 11. VlClll Ul .III33IUIIU UILI.UUVU college ground and composed of the Jarboe were guests of Mrs. Sarah l.j..l ling and made a talk in intercst'df 'the Miss Jand lambleton, of Louisville, folio wine members: Capt. Marvin Burnett. scar --Ocampaign. arrived Friday evening and remained Beard, Rice Barlton, Doc Gray, Mit ,. iv J until Mdifday- with her sister, Mrs. chell, Sam Pate, Warren,- Hook, McGavock has had his clover Chas Keil, and Mr. Keil. EXAMINATION FOR TEACHfields devasted by cut worms. and Green. Mr. and Mrs1. Carl Beavin, of Evans-villERS' CERTIFICATE AND visiting Mr. Beavin's par CHAUCEY DEPEW 40 are TELL CITY MOOSE TEAM COMMON SCHOOL DIPLOMA ents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Beavin and ON 86TH BIRTHDAY. CROSSED BATS WITH Mc- New York. Anril :24. Chauncev f. Mrs. Beavin s aunt, Mrs. I. T. O- QUADY. SCORE 2 TO' 1 The examination for Comihon Connel, SvheVe a miscelleanous show- - Denew, former United States senator, school diploma will be held at (tle er was given them on Thursday. They was 80 years old today. But he said McQuady, May 3. (Special) The high school buildirfg at Hardinsburg". contemplate' moving to Owensboro, today: hardest fought game of the season .. .. . ' ...! C.I.... U.. J r7:.l.. ami oaimuuy, .uaj it ihu wneil leaving tMere. on rriuay iOt really m. I was JUSt DOm that ,va! that nf thP rpOn.ir1v linll tpnm 13. Work will begin promptly at nine Mrs. Sam Wheatley has returned' many years ago. Some people seem against that of the Tell City Moose o clock on I'riday morning and those, from Evansville where she has been to think that age and years are expecting to take, th'i 'J examination the guest ofjier daughter, Mrs. Mur- - synonyous. but of course that is ab- - 0n the McQuady diamond last Sun-a ,iav Mav nd which should be at the school .building and ray Pryor. and Mr. Pryor. Mo" j sired. I really feel about 40. score of to 1 in favor of he ready for work at that tune. Wright who bought from "The secret of my long life L .. Lioo Ditcher for and .,,. . ... Info ..., C. Mr John wimi :is ucsi miuwm us ' gooul liicaiui may i. uiuincu .. and Kuddie Owens for the the Moose bovs .i Tli.. uu.w fnr tliic f vnminn Inn wns jlcvc v.anuaii ...L l.l. ..w up in uc ...ww. AlcOuadv by the State Department the Dyer house on the Hill, has been two things, regular habits and mod- - did given out excellent league pitching. Lipp May 7 and 9, and repairing and putting it in first class eration in all things. My advice to making 13 of Education-Rs- ; saw outs while Owen slated m this column order. . these dates young men is to form regular habits made 16 for his sMe some time ago through failure to Mr. Simon Beavin's mother return- - and tn stick tn them- - tn cultivntp will :....: gs and ii... up tu. line discover the error in the dates given ed to her home at McOuadv. Satur- - nrnwr and npvrr lpt nnvthinor Jntpr follows: went with her f"e with the plan to live right." 12343G780 Total (1:50 a. m. iiis.cAaiiiiiiaiiuu is aiwuys ncm uu tor a snort visit. Arises McQuady 00010 0000 21 in , Mrs, Cora Renfrorof the Narrows. the 7:00 Takes exercise Moose 02 0 May, and is so hxed by law 7:30 Shaves and dresses, ,isthe guest of .her sister. Mrs. McQuady H. Burnett, M. Miller, Iixammatipfl'.for teachers' certihcate John M. Gregot,T'and her brother, 8:00 Has breakfast. V Xfnttillfrlv H Inltv I XNIIp,- - 1 HardinsciKC.pnt Friday Snd Saturday Jesse weatncrnoit 8:30 to 9:30 Reads morning papers Crouch, B. Mattingly, B, Owens' J. May 2i and "J. and again on June 18 Mr. George Kinder has at last made and personal correspondence. both white,iri(l,poJr)red yill be held at "a" deal with.'Mrs.Sallie Morton fori 10:00 Goes to office and works tin- - Gardner, Umpire, N. Jolly 1 ell lity .Moose Lamar, W. Scull ";'. rrf(iH"htfa,a !VHW,U1 'cc '"' "V" , er property- on tne run. uons mera- - til l p. m. Scharer. C. Scull. L. Linn. Duscli. certificates will iiotu$700 :()0 Lunch. Cumsksy, Little, Menninger, Umpire be thc'Ha'persiwill be sent ' Mrs. loe Getling and Mrs. Garfield' 2:00 to 5:00 Works at nflicp j. .u,.t-to Frankfort' forlkfrVafflm n....,el.nm . lie .,Cn.i. n'.nn n:.... Panff tTll I tN.r .. . .X. ..V. t Hn..IJ.n...'vU ii .Ulksca-. -j uruay, wuere J f..v:nUH.l. iJMit;Hi"ll-'lM- i n luiiiiauLu. uk iirs uciiing motner,1 txcept on special accasious MR. JOEL PIERCE LIVES amiiimioijaguan3;jianuscriris must Mrs. Uaisy Beavin is iiursing her tires between 11 and 12 Tb BE EIGHTY-FOU,JLe wilMffVii'lfMl ' , .sister, Mrs, Homes,-whused to live .... ni Jhis.rexamni- - in poverport. She is critically ill UerM"9;n5ftr.,?,,(iu-?TESTING HIS SEED CORN Mr. Joel Pierce, age 84 years, died anon will nvgooirin any. connti- - m ' Luther Patterned ost a fine calf Inlm Mnnnwli rpnnrtc that he test- the state. A second grade certificafe H4t week cause unk nown some grain of Boon's white corn JY? 'T c I" r?.n ' uge i OUn,yf 28. The ill not bCiFsned to1the"salhe0eV,rrT Mrs. Sallie Mflrton has gone to that he nut awav for seed last fall. Wednesday, twice, how ec a person haviifg ijiel.d Owcnsbdro, for. an extended visit. He put m his tester 101 grains and is survived by his widow, seven childa second CldSsr certitJpaTerninteT' the fyrs. James., Cooips and son, of in another tester 38 grains and they ren and three stepchildren, Thomas w "tw aianiey, nave reiurnpu noine alter vis- - tested out 100 per cent in both lots Pierce, Big Clifty; Win. Pierce, Hous""" ,a" ",aJt "'" " vujh, ton, Texas; Mrs. Willis Jqnes, West man one. law uui iting relative. Here. ot i hid irn n amnncr tlipm Point: Mrs. Thomas Wathen. Brand enburg; Sam, Forrest and Owen Pierce, Breckinridge county; Mrs. Win. Masters, Owensboro; Mrs. Ote Givens and James Sheters, of Breckinridge county. vxm m ll I d nradred-OTnd-'pur'shiprn- ,;'r,T ,, t- - ?,S3MHZ3l ' E o) lc'v REACHED luum"i Frnk -- V., tion. I (0?r Lewis, irvington, . ,"' 'v.T, I '' . MRPTITT BS1-- I " hun-JW- Ji '",."'." . oleyville er ij rj Tt:t, -(o)-- Dukes jSupeY-inten-- ( V. jjtt t - - Skill-ma- n c. ! -- HI-- 4 -- ( a . a ... .. ....... I- K. !.... -- we .. himself and the owner, ne Btmu when his family numbered 6nly himself and his encrectic vounK wife. Now" there arc four, to be cared for, and he must begin to broaden his plans, He was raised in the community. t rie iikcs me pcopic mere ana mcv jike hfm It Would be a calamity boih ways if hc were t0 g0 dway fronl jt This he will almost inevitably do," sooner or later if hc remains a tenant. He has sensibly decided that the thing for him to do is to buy a place aof his own. Hc will have to go in . . a. debt tor most of 'it and land is high.' r But he figures that he can do it, and . ...v ..Uk.bua .w,uii. Uu.lnat nc w,, profit oy the ciianger after your investment in these lives, As soon as he moves into his own and pray for your investment. Other house, and begins to plow his own contributors since Jast issue are: land, his attitude toward .the comMr. W. C. Modrman, David Rob- munity and its attitude toward him erts, Kingswood; Mrs. J. C. DeHaven, will insensibly change. Not that' peoMrs. Margaret Board, Mrs. Dorcas will like him any better; they Frank, Rev. C. B. Gentry, E. O. Fer- ple watched him grow up and he Is have guson, Morgan Brothers, Mrs. A. Dix, already one of them. But so far he Richard McAfee, Taylor Scott, J. has been on the uninfluential side of R. Ross. C. Pullen, O'. Hickerson, C. line. As a landholding citizen he Chappell, Mr. Dick Smith, Mrs. the becomes a permanent asset and, a Roland Smith, R. Dodson, E. A. community force. From that day on Hardesty. Mrs. Herbert Beard, Mrs. he is to be reckoned with in all affairs Doras Frank. R. T. Dowell, Miss that affect neighborhood Bculah Payne and A. B. Skillmon. He will see things differently, too. Repor tto Miss Higgins. As a tenant he has always in his sub-- 5 Countv testifies that conscious mind a comparison of his she is faint yet pursuing." a la Gid- - present condition and location with eon's Band. Theri arp nnnlre nnd mr. what he miorht find elsewhere. Thp ners an1 individuals and whole com- - H'dea of bettering things where he is '' munities that have not yet responded nas n.t been so strong as the idea ' to the cry from Armenia "Come over f going where they are already bet'-and help us" but we feel sure when er- As a farm owner he Will see his" ', April has ceased her weeping, and the own gam ' tbe improvement tl "hfs sun shines bright in our old Kentucky farm, of his community and of his homes, that we will awake, arise and surroundings in general. He will be- 'r shine with him. Do not give us up i 8'n to build. , Tl.o. lauuiiuiuvi a i.. as :.,,. mcorrigiDies. Wc have not vet ICiailUUSIllJJ IU- reached our quota and have only ward his own farm is the natural and $894.00 in pledges and offerings. Some normal one. The tenant system is ot tins has gone direct to Louisville always more or less artificial. It is Treasurer, not passing through hands necessary in many cases, and is often Ot our countv treasnrpr. Mr Tl P mutually profitable, but unless a man Beard More perhaps than has been has more than his share of bad luck reported to us has so gone. and hardship there is no excuse for. Several ot our ministers have most his remaining in the tenant class all cordially lent a hand and voicp In his life. Even where land is ratherf. pulpit and out of It in this work-- too high and expenses are enuallv in Our National Councilman, Mr. W J fated there is almost always more' Shallcross, did valiant service in sev- - profit in buying than in renting, teral communities and greatly impres- - where land prices are far beyond agri- - , sed his audiences, and we feel the end cultural values, but those cases are it not yet. We hope for still further This is not true, of course, in cases sonal appeals, in season out of season the exception and not the rule, results. Letters, literature galore, per- -' We are always glad to see a young t4 weekly messages in our county papers man tie himself to his community iiu ' concerning the work were some of interest and affection by buying a the means used. "In His name we home of his own. To sav nothing of s labor for His needy creatures." his financial profits, there is a lot to Tula C Daniel, Chairman Breckin- - be gained by it. Southern Agricul-ridg- e County. turist .! m Down on a small Tennessee farm there-- is a young man who is a. mnrt excellent tenant. He lias tarmeu fltfjgN same piece of land for several yei alwavs making a fair profit both 1 t .w i well-bein- g. - , ..i ui,tJ i: r i 000000 i i The Future Manager - plicants-iqri'teach- ers I 1 ofyour affairs Who will r U 4 , A r- - . it be? v I-- o R. " , I Will he be honest and capable, healthy and forever sane? Ask yourself these questions. None can see the future and the only safe way is to make provision now. Make a will and then consult our Trust Department. De-partment vM iiui-mur- ml - mmM W Our Trust is a. body without death. An institution without decline. REMEMBER 212-21- 4 4TH AV. $9,000,000 LOUISVILLE, KY. ! FOR IMPROVEMENTS APPROPIATED THE OHIO RIVER. ON ;?'. '" J, WM, DTCHEN "jfl 'i MANAGER rtftOl nuii'n i qiIuTpyOCmfV pcta.ov3 In .nKwarys. fkili vlluat amar'i?ivtf m91iaHaa iu aril ii WBwaaraaT- -r KL5aarn- Ol1'l),ftC)4 rl h ' 41 V1JWZ&Z&59 larvr ir'n m?z -- 7Z&77& 11 ''. . 'H . On Suits Scores of striking styles from regular stock have been reduced to v ...rm TZZSFIIS ,Tr tl n$ms if wbLzEZZzm fflfeti ;r'v'.'c. ,;jVaI ill. r J' &': :mv uwwvflav i OVJ' v.'v x ji. i ment of rivers and harbors, which was approved by congress, will be used to make navigable the Ohio river and its tributaries, according to Thomas R. Crutcher, chairman of the board works, who returned from Washington today. Development of the Ohio river, including a nine-fostage, between Louisville and will claim most of the apportionment he said. Crutcher said he looks for a general revival of river navigation. ot h, Louisville, Ky, May 3. Nine million dollars of the proposed appropriation of $22,000,000 for the improve- FARMERS BANK & TRUST COMPANY Service and Safety first HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY 'Ml1 MV x -- AT ti i iiL5 ' J nEtmMmk LJr j55JSPm " WmM ' Mm . - ' VISIT IN IRVINGTON BEFORE GOING ABROAD. Irvington, May 3. (Special) Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hook, of New York City have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bandy, Mr. Hook is on his way to China for a year's stay, and during his absence Mjil Hook will visit her parents in Edn burg, Scotland. l $ lriu )lwl Jill fifltBs Hj fiKwfiKJfWmf MffiM Ilfi Iwa i 35 Deposits Time Pi on '' MIQ)(mii " .iiifjtTf3! i I m I The Bank -- For Farmers Breckinridge County farmers arc prosperous and their prosperity is largely the result of hard intelligent work, combined with practical banking The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company has for thirty, years to the fullest' possible extent with the farmers of this vicinity and we cordially invite more business of this desirable kind. MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK. From $65, $55, NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Samuel L. Burdett, deceased, will please present them, duly verified, to the undersigned administrator, on or before June 1, 1920, James H Sahlie, Admr Sam L. Burdette's estate XM ''69 vl 'T &i 1 :iwifiilJ,N a'a'a'1 a llaamT&Httft $50 and $45 .! n WSBlH Finely tailored and finished garments uOembodying the newest fashion traits rt in belts, pockets, button trimmings and '.braiding. Not a single Suit but rep resents a very decided saving. Tricotines Serges Velowr Checks ESLIPSE OF THE MOON. A total eclipse of the moon was visible here Sunday evening about 8:30 o'clock It was only by merc Heather Jerseys cnance ot being out ot doors that many persons in this locality got to see the phenomenon as it was not heralded through the press as widely as usuaj that an eclipse was due. The sky was clear during the entire performance, and those who bad never seen an eclipse before were mystified at its appearance. The eclipse was visible all over the country TRY A WANT AD TODAY. Bank of Hardinsburg "7. R, --- -- ..z- HARDINSRIlDr. ,. jti cca?.s r ou yfegW fomm' .. .. Trust Coj wv .! .. IV HAY I, 1M0 Qtye THE BRICKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY I PAGE I ,v Wf FOR SALE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Monday from Louisville, where she dianapolis, are visiting Mr. Orum's VMVMs'MMNMMMNifiiNiMNs'VNsssi's'ii has been for :ight months with her mother, Mrs. Conner Johnson, and rey Elita II. May, Clov- FOR 3H9JSr':!,"",.""l.l'."'S,.S''S' daughter, Mrs . William Head, ami Mr. Jolin.on. erport, Ky. ooo f 1820 MAY 5, WEDNESDAY, WAAAMAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMWMMAMMMMVWVWWl FOR SALE Ilushcls good yellow corn, Mrs. Marion Wcathcrholt was in shucked. Also a FOR SALE Jirlle witsh calves. Mr. and Mrs. Thos J. Ferry and Louisville shopping, Friday and Sat- letered at the Foit Office at CIoTcrpart, Ky. Ur. I). S. Sphlre, IMfdinshnrg, Ky. T" nnrtnftir daughtcr, Miss Martha Board Ferry, nrday at second elm '.natter. FOR SALE Farm IR1 acres situated three miles south of named, VIZ acres cleared, FOR SALE 0 pure bred big bone Poland went to Louisville, Tuesday for a u China boars. 'Jtl acres M'?s K THIS PAPFR REPRESENT 5D FOR FOREIGN short Visit. Vcr iHeyrir . W at ft" Prominent Physician Continues balance in bottom land, land acres in gtitt, port, Ky. Low price E. llowne, Clover-- , timber This produces Rood tcrtatn the Wednesday ooo ADVERTISING DY THE to Use Tanlac in Practice corn, tobacco and wheat, tor price and . Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mattingly, home of Mrs. David B. l'helpi. (urther particulars call or write, R. T FOR SALE Several farms of my own on With Surprising Results-T" of Louisville, returned Tuesday Wilson, Harned, Ky. the High Way. They run from 60 to 300 Mm. Zack Hardin and daughters, acres. Trices right. S. M. Ilaynes, Garnoon from a visit with Mr. Matting-- 1 'LI' la rfm V,c,.,c ?,n4, One ly's sister, Mrs. B. F. Ridgeway and M'ss n?w .Ha,n' Unc n( the strongest anil nmt con , V ,,fceSALE Qne Jersey null, 2 Hull old, field, Ky, GAPE REMEDY A guaran-teeQKNERAL OFFICES ,.w (or tUm, it0f,uin DOHA.VS Ipr- "ss Kathcrinc Reidel and ., Mr. Ridgeway. cure for gapes. Thousands testify to NEW YORK AND CHICAGO iot 0f Hampshire pigs now $;), ,(, city, vincing evidences of the remarkable rie Hardin, of Holt, were in this Its marvelous cures. Money tack If It falls. results being accompnsncu oy laniac reacir in snip m ami jis. KcRistercu irce. BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Miss Frances Smith went to Louis- - Saturday, shopping. 2.'c, postpaid. Circular (ree. Agents wanted. N. Conkwright. Cloverport, Ky. throughput the country is the .large - J. . .. Vf. II. uoran, Brandenburg, Ky. ""w villi, i iipminv in snenn a lew uavs Mr. Charles Moorman, Jr., of number ot letters mat arc now nemg Fott sALE-S- Ix room dwelling In Louis viinnm'ntr KATES FOR POLITICAL lP daily from scores of well-- i ville, close to a big factory. Former oc: FOR SALE Old newspapers, 5c a bunch. Paintsvillc. soent Friday and Satur- - received Hreckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky. cupant made a fortune serving meals and Miss Emily Reid was hostess to day with Mrs. Moorman, who is the known men and women who have lunch to factory emolorees. You can do 2.60 the young girls club on Tuesday even- - guest of her mother, Mrs. W. H.. been benefited by its use. For Precinct and City Offices. $1,00(1 cash will make substantial FOR SALE Remington typewriter No. 0, 8.00 Amongthe large number that have likewise on property and start you in Remodeled. Good as new. Further inform ror county unices. payment Bowner. ,1(t 18.00 s For State ind District Opcei ation call or write The Hreckenridge News, business. Come and see about it, II. S. I). ooo been received recently nonearc more o .10 Wdg., LouisWright. (WW For ualls, per line Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. G. V. Payne, of Lousville, interesting that the following letter Mrs. Jane Beavin has returned to .10 For Cards, per line ville. Ky. McQuadv. from a visit is the Etiest of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. from Dr. J. T. Edwards, of Faycttc- In the Interest of For all Publications rtgages her home near Individuals or expression ol IndividThe Hreckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. son, Mr. Simon Beavin, and Chapin, having come to spend ten ville, Ga., Dr. Edwards, it will be FOR SALE Extra good brood mare with .10 with her ual views, per Ifnr mule colt by her side. Combined saddle and WWWWWWVVWVVWWVVIMii' - remembered, recently Rave Tanlac his uays nere ami wun menu in oicjmdaughter, Mrs. J. M. Crenshaw. harness animal and works well anywhere. WANTED unqualified indorsement in a public ensport and Tobinsport. Plenty of style and action, perfectly sound Sunday STARK-LOWMAMiss Reaina Pooham soent OMWWMMt CO. statement, and the testimonial pub and no blemishes. Day, black mane and Seigel and baby, Bar- - i:ci,-- ,i Mrs. Lee J. tail, nine years old. Roy J. Cain, Irvington, WANTED Girl or woman to help with with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. M. Crenshaw, wac rprrntlv aven hint Louisville Representatives Ky. cooking. Apply at once to Cloverport Hotel. who also had for their guests on bara I.ec Scigc!, of Louisville, arc by one of nis patients. His letter fol- Sunday afternoon, Misses Monnie visiting .Mrs. aeigei s grancimoincr, jows just as jt wa3 written MISCELLEANIOUS Cheap one surrey and set new FOR SAI.I Mrs. Mike Hamman harness. Preston Henning, Hardlnsburg, Ky. Snyder and Ernest Snyder, Faycttevillc, Ga. ooo GAPE CURE .& WHITE DIARRHEA CURE Mr. G. F. Willis, Atlanta, Ga. FOR SALE Farm 11 acres lying on the Guaranteed to cure, or money refunded, Miss Gussie O'Bryan, of Irvington, Dear Sir: lly mail, Mc each. Free literature. Agent waters ol Kock Lick and known as tne brother, Mr. Herman O'Bryan, and I am enclosing you herewith statemake big money. Address, National Gape John Hunter farm. J0 acres of bottom land. Mrs. Sam Berry, Jr., and her three of Moolcyvillc, were guests of their For price, see or write John Spaulding, ment I have just received from Mr Short Creek, Grayson county, Ky. children, Mjss Helen Berry and Mas- sister, Mrs. Paul Lewis, and Mr T. M. McGough. He has sold out WANTED To buy your Slippery Elm Bark ters Paul Edward and Samuel LeRoy Lewis, Sunday,. Of Personal in the tree. Let me know how many trees here and is moving to Turin, Ga. He FOR SALE I have one pair 8 year old Berry, were in Louisville, shopping you have on your farm. R. C, Hagby, t"J0 m Ic. wagon and harness for sale. Julian was here thismorning, and came in .Iriinp irniil 10 Hto T CI tlnl1.-irWest Main St.. Louisville. Ky. Monday and later were guests of Mrs. It. Urown. Cloverport. Ky. ' to tell me what Tanlac had done for Bewleyvi'lle where she spent a for;-- i Social Gathering of Berry's sister, Mrs. W. A. Cook. him. He says too much cannot be Class niffht with her mother. Mrs. Sue Sunday-schoThev members of Mrs David B. said about Tanlac. It certainly has Gregory was in Fords-vill- Foote, who is slightly improved in Mr. John M. Respectfully, Phelph Sunday school class have cured rum. last week the guest of his uncle, health. ( o O J. 1 . towards, M V. been issued invitations to the home Mr. Robert Brandon, .Mrs. Austin Beavin and niece, Miss of Miss Mildred D. Babbage for a Mr. McGoueh s Statement Follows: Gift Suggestions ooo spending this "I Suffered from indigestion and Hemphill Mrs. Geo. Crist and two sons, Gladys Troy, Ind , are guests of Mrs. social gathering on Friday evening could not cat anything but what .the Harry and George Fredrick Crist were week in parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat of this week. would hurt me. Constipation gave Beavin's in Louisville, Monday, shopping, me a great deal of trouble also . My Mastcrson. Senior Class '20 Eno oo O 0o symptons were indigestion, heartburn tertained by Misses Harrington. Atty Claude Mercer, of Hardins-burMr. W. B. Gardner, Su,.hensport, gas on the stomach after eating t, Misses Edna and Fanny Harring- - and and J. W. French, of business, was here Tuesday on My left Saturday for 'Missouri o ton delightfuljy -t- ertained the mem- oo o me '"t. on a business trip. Mrs. Harry J. Hamman was in !s..f..,.h?J..TlCJfSS. .f":..0L ! trouble caused me to get very poo- rLouisville, Tuesday. loverjjuri myn otnuui, m iuv.ii nuim. in fact I got so thin and weak I was Mrs. P. W. Roberts returned to in the West End on Monday evening. Parasols Fans and son, Maurice The guests included the four Seniors, hardly able to go about. her home in Kansas City, Monday. Mr. J. R. Bandy "I bought three bottles of Tanlac Mr. and Mrs. Misses Marian Allen, Elsie May, LilBandv, were guests of Beads Umbrellas Mrs. Will Withers and niece, Miss Ed Shcllman, of near Lodiburg. Sat- lian Buckby and Gladys Hemphill. on Dr. Edwards recomnicndation, and I am now feeling all right again, and Mary Hazel Mattingly, of Kirk, were urday, i Emma Gloves Sarah Handkerchiefts am able to attend to business. I gainguests Sunday and Monday of Mr. oo o be at Hardins- - MissesMessrs. Fallon and James Buckby, Lewis ed seventeen pounds in weight and and Mrs. B. F. Ridgeway. Mr. Babbage will Boudoir Caps Beavin and Herman Waggoner. Camisoles am doing fine. Tanlac did the work burg, next Monday. LouisMrs. Robert McDonald, of "I now recommend Tanlac to Silk Petticoats Wed- Belts ville, is here the guest of her parents, everyone who is sick like I was and Jeanette Burn and Miss Paul- ;..Missfnnrmnn of Louisville, snent ding a Surprise. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Davis. wishes to take something that will Purses ' nnrl "!.,... 1.1 .., Toilet Articles . Knxin Mr help them." Siinriav with Miss UaillLIU. vwu.vm.f Mrs. Virginia Williams returned 3urn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harold Smith and Miss Clara May, Cloverport, Ky Tanlac is sold in Embroidered Night Gowns of Olaton, surprised their many at Wedding's Drug Store Burn. fripiids with their marriatze which Mrs. Edward Bowne. who will be too. piace April T. They will make t)e;r i)0me on the groom's farm near hostess to the Ladies Reading A Few Fall Boars NOTICE We Advise Early on Thursday atternoon win entertain lere at the home of her mother, .Mrs. J. print Rapid advances in newspaper Ready for Service C. Jarboe. Miss Emma Burdette , stock is sending wallpaper sky high. Garmo. re Marries Mr. De Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pate have been guaranteed to us Miss Emma Burdette, of this city, Prices have A few smaller boars and turned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. Napoleon De Garmo, of only for this month Get your order gilts and some gilts bre,d Alvin Pate in Evansville. Rockuort, were married in the St. in at once. Edward Gregory & Son. MtTand Mrs. Wm. Darst had for Rose church, Wednesday morning, for summer farrow. their' guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. April 28, at 10 o'clock, by the Rev Mr. Babbage will be at Hardins 1 Earl Darst and daughter .Mary cveiyn rainer j. o. nciry. daughter BARGAIN PRICES burg, next Monday of Mr. The bride is the Darst, of Louisville; Miss Agnita ' Mattingly, of Owensboro, and Miss G.- P.' Burdette, of Cloverport. W. J. OWEN & SONS Emma Hagman, ot SKiunian. HARDINSBURG, KY. Mrs. O. F. Gallowav and son, went Weddiner. Tuesday. ADril 271 to Louisville. Friday to visit Mrs., T))e marriage 0f Mr. Aifeu Dowell . ... Galloway's mother, Mrs. W. K Hook.. Katnerine Mattingly was will be joined later by Air. uai- - performed at tne parsonage of the St. They loway. Rose church, Tuesday, April 27, at 8:30 o'clock in the morning. Rev. of Axtel, Father J. S. Henry performed the Rev. Father Odenhall. was the guest of Rev. Father J. S. ceremony. Henry, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dowell left on the ... ... . Mill IUI iiiuiunwpwiig, t, TlllUllilltK I am prepared to test your eyesiand Mr. Forrest Dryden Weatnernou, wnere they will make their home. furnish you glasses, or a prescripKentucky Univer- who is attending tion for glasses. Satisfaction guarsity, was the guest of his parents, ' MJss Ruth Lamb Married Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt, anteed. Mn Robert Pribble. SundayThe marriage of Miss Ida Ruth DR. J). S. SPHIRE fcSS Mrs Mary Ryan was thj Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs. Charles T. Miller q( Jonesboro Ark,. t but on Wednesday. pribble, oo Orum, of In- - anJ Mf Robert April 13th of 8Jonse- at p. in. boro, took place Mr and Mrs. Ollie x ncy arc ai iiuinc ui xiuu Aii.niitj- ton Ave., Jonesboro. The wedding came as a surprise to tneir many friends as it was expected to take place some time in June Imktttrtbge Nrtu ll.l ooc nArTAD'CJ PATIENT IfiflillllV i rlAEiliX GAINS 17 FOUNDS nswwm. ' .fh SALE-Sur- IMH) -- IVWIrtftAi"! fhiE M . .?, I -'I I am d I ... I po I , n N lsturol Atv&ixux SOCIETY ITEMS Interest ol r . e, I g, Steph-enspor- J I Sd 'nS for the Girl Graduates Bly-th- e. a May-Smit- h i -- f- - ! ub Purchases J. C. NOLTE & BRO. I - Dowell-Mattine- lv OPTICIAN 11 , - ooo yuof fffSStf I Announcing Showing Local Church News The Y. W. A. "of Baptist church, met Monday night, April 19, with Mrs. Frank C. Ferry. Miss Maydee Chapin, president had charge of programme, subject "Victory". This being the close of the convention year treasurer reported $140.60 paid in for Million Dol1st year of Seventy-fiv- e lar Campaign, $74.10 for other pledges and local work, making $215.00 for one year's work, with twenty-tw- o members. After the annual business and social hour, the society adjourned to meet May 10th, 7:30 p. m. Miss Mary Christina Hamman to have programme on Mountain Work. $1,(135.00 of We Mid-Summ- Mid-Summ-er Hats invite your inspection of our collection of displayed for Millinery-no- w the first time. Smart model 8, developed in transparent via lines, georgette, ribbons and, flower trimmea braids Also hats made to order, carrying out your individual ideas. er B. F. HARDINSBtFRG. KY. BEARD & CO. hi Treasurer of Baptist church reports paid in for the first year of Million Dollar Camthe Seventy-fiv- e paign. This includes W. M. U. and Y. W. A. pledges. The Senior Epworth League will observe Anniversary Day on Sunday evening, May 9th with the same program that is used by all Epworth Leagues over the country on this specific day. The young people of Clovejport are invited to attend this. meeting, which promises to be a most interesting one. The League hour is 0:30 p. m. ii LtV i IRVINGTON HARDWARE & IMPLEMENT CO. IRVINBTON, KENTUCKY I sWsis ' ' i v When in' need of High Grade "Hardware, Building Material, Buggies, Wagons, all kinds of Implements, write uslbefore buying. Our prices are right and quality;the best. An all day missionary meeting will be held Monday. May 10, in the Methroom, to which odist Sunday-schoall women of the church are extended a very cordial invitation to attend. 'The meeting will begin at 10:30 o'clock, and a twelve o'clock luncheon will be served in one of the class ol being John Deer Method of Cultivation equipment is for alt successfully everywhere. We can furnish it used shovel cultivators. It is inexpennew or old John Deere sive. See us about it the first time you are in town FORDSVILLE F0RDSVIUE, , J Satisfaction Guaranteed N M 1 .. il ti... .nm... rKnuii!iti (me nrrntiL'ed fora musical number by some of the i stiidyVbook "Christian Americanization" will be presented too by mem- l..,,o f it,- 0C3 COIOreU rooms at the church. The main topic for study at the meeaing will be the" Negro, question, people. , PLANING 1KE WILSON, MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY i Miniger mc imasiuu fll ... enriotv. Mrs. D. 11. PlielnS supcrintendeut of social service will" I lead the, program. iri ;? I -i M r- - - VMHtoM ' THE BRBCKflBHBCBCS3HMWflAB1IBHnOlUlCBH0HBV KENTUCKY ILH'-J-LlPlLll)!1 ..... i silt)cptten Ho .Th BfVcktn- - 'Ms flme? Dbn'l" thnkwewii Imwv News JIMaDtoTOIIas expired ' ftyTffedKOVMBfclfcfTO time imJMon't feaU). DtMdo without ' Mdied out tfrj h Jfou-sry.th4yf gpsoe trork done yet triu springTw VII XMl Jarman, Ldcust Hilly Ky. ifld enclosetl 2?b0 liidDlet8extln4 ription to TJiCnBreckefiridBt; JtfiM: JltiUtif'CWL.J&Mt0f orny r aiaa ft tr78nHt. "P.c,ffhP NCAUMaKlUlblAlMlJLJllLlf4l nfW SSfttK ilrnunv.nMn who is a moat MmwHisWKdnladV.Abctt StrttMMend liVHW fif5lSfir:bOii!Ige to Thomas hkagars. Luster. Kv. IBeacoiMty dtaMma:fdr i9tfctii P. English SpHfRvJfgfcR 7(ft(99p lent tenant. 'He 'has farmed the O xport, Ky, llrcckcnrul you janie ntgge oflAricffh years Kir. ah Tlea.e sernf1 irpviW fi reckenridge i iiuniiuamiraiiionvuacxKiBrnrga, non 'i .aiMMAMtMiiwJaX fHfJnpWW-botf n . WW'n" .. J''1 IesSrrfct Mapelantdjlcro:PAcUa18V: Eats 6 IllbC wh a Tear I ouc lor ii m iht vm; iuiur vmf The Breckenr4d((o) News, Clover- - i oft uinpreinmecnroorrHmBR Mtemcntl j, m,-- ir t.i- anA z!uri.zX?iwzz.-- . t.T i k.n IranacriDtion 4DliBidth:dBnridieMeHDkrf fiWr ...i..i - t l'UMOcoOHWtrIeoClChcWkaclosed. riortGltip. 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KI liaumTlorUKC VJTTU "ir wawnnpotronB wsHaueroimcnuusyiun . .....Aw..MU..,.a..ay .wwn iwoniu,.uiJUW ."" iaui. .Ihrt.r .& ull ..X1.1 aftU rWrist or .cir rcKQnuriLnRi stafierinc andagooddwilL Iitltiiaervt iirftennybuAIhsvesGnetrtt inDtiJejocKto;: l Worttfll: h WANTS PAEEli0tnN.TIN.UED.. i:aktt iOkla.for vour investment. rinciltcfat olrtnhvoifliaBbrloKical Sur; iL IuMurvc in prompt pffyinents, vcv ui ifiu Unitcr'5talcs iJcpaTtmcTfF e jitif i it. m v 5U'u?v& seen leak contributors-nce-ln- st tSSiarJiiTKi"ao"n'"' j issue are: ncTose aycheck foclJU) for another , .tyvnHltci, tnUPfhlBCfofel' ' Mfl?l lHllTNRrT HSnUHilHU nfavnafeTifcuciDftmnTs TA'urrkRnTic- "iafill.'UW,V NEWV.OffJEtfi,,RQl OWJa. Rnl H&arKi attfinde .'FKiyuaiMF .5pF tor my nnii cuecK Aniu TYS "v 1 v "vTiCj rrpv riviffi",iiivmfiii' nmu KinBSW.afldj ertfi, .:r"w'"'"'r?"v! ..- ..riaUiiwn iitaYr"ji Mibscrintion to The Drcckenridgc tKatjiei)'. ?a1lVrBTOia,vumserArw,cTwK,Kefi i..v- - jJJd o" dvye; . 'la were printed on tno iiags- tor tne use . A l'.IJ. it'"v""'" rlS3aw3iTVflI MlVl u 'brWli6fl9Wl? Bapffltanu obl8e- Mr-.- , ill nmirev'-- rutiv tll.Arilt-.v..ll..h MVfl jMiHrtTwrHRiuror mvvxm o f." f nWWSfiWi. 'Mrs ofjWirnffiWld WfanfiaiRCEVefirflr con1l..llrrrthiMHUr.al.A .JTliv BWWRnirMC yprrviva K lobbins, AIvjc.Ky. ' 'RuUert Pctlolhlan. Mrs. Jolly. Dot Stile sd i reenwpod,' Misses Juliaa. III.1!! IIIFLI contrac iHHV. trtliXBAtrlv nFiOlfFo. - nicKcrson, lM. - - mh- fiorMS? afflfltfWoWanU .'I enticed for a fevrflyl'y?' putting HclUfteBePC Chappci Mr nirk Smith, Mr er'atwite fticRe from GovernrriDO rWITMlQIUT UKPi n , MissJLEcyBfiljbnUe, Clovcrport, Ky, , frcnucntcd &&V8?. I bait in places "V .etfrMie ru:rJmmioimiAmmw imfcrrcWfHifiOBA rE. a.A rr.- -, of rock a day to help build the di fe: K fp rlnni Xff PnliliiMiP TtinlriCArl oWlVWr!eAUesfhPjipfcc'iW14cUW' by I.T3earcu! fr lerber. ti,drd9Wfk.fftJr,itliefnf o "UPHMt MMraThFJ'lfircfelen Ad ge. wews, Clover leaMifauttocknondy.rnfbrMdaElla Sofer!.WawSd iwage .rcws.ii u IWISJIThnr ir ilrlV- VXWV iTTr yifrtt.ri 'I III nWffn T!Timi? il vKWIIHirr . fHoM. SBraoifptrori bgimii!ttr,eo!renefii ort. Ky Drar Sjk?yltcasc find, en- mv,, l PH? ." R SWHImftW. ncartrre'uceat'stiYnmer' WhP i temctcry. A.larM. crowtd.af frjpnl (siiisiRitirwcws 1 rusting you arc well, c QVWeMOaPSlW-nWSOrMi- ' ea?d 5lUJPT(ar fti :nWe li -- PSd a? ,Mffal.V,PrinB grpw.1- as,tvrth.'astttHcsriwt'sni 111! ftllHI III )l,f. !IHIII MJ i T ?a .reu ; uic f?0 m"f "Brer.kinridg& County tcstifiec that conseinps mind a rnmparisnn of his' Is dainty Alice Jdyce. sne naa etlo90ilHc1yefila.VsyS'WPrl:fl Mast8i"0 WalUai Giopgi and Uwiii tnt j3 rne : .Wth?eufleesaiflf trs HcriulflHHBiHHnHMHBBVMBBBBBalBBl trWK iW?rottci ioWiHolftHiv-HuyiWjH-dif with it ji.3 inRysthftiBAfttsr.Ttev-niiiiAWpris selling ior j.uu eon s nana, i here are nooks and cor- - whaniJ mignc IS HarneaFl eisewai W" nKrfdubbyeroH8 is ievafcdryshtlalifc ' little ffiends, Lewis and Edwin. ine per bbl. at Julian Brown's. rp he is tiers and individuals and whole com- - I(ca ' bettering things roW&AyuftWifOcibcfPTattWqfHl gtwtinnlace bn (o) Har&nsburg The marriage of. Dr. vet resnonded has not been so strong aa l IC 1UCA munities that .have not ." ' t they to Mooieyvuie j. r .twn orotners. .urs. uucnannon, aiv: . Miltoil Board and Miss Isabelle Mill- hcr daughter, Mrs. k. Aiucneii is visit- - andthe cry from Armenia "Come over ter- goinga where owner are al Aa iy bet- - ( As help us" but we feel sure when Vessels in Owens- farm nau aireauy suuscnue he w see his Miss Lizzie Petit er will take place at the residence of' Hawkins. sohVwWHPers llApril has ceased her weeping, and the own gam in the improve of nis TflarQistQ?0 Wliai.8p8Frda VrHvdTEdfftiatfiflEU,E0oHmMr; the brlle's father, Mr. Matthias Mill- boro. Co)1 ."TuiVshines bright in our old Kentucky farm, of his community a of his'"' dd TisCIMecKesif It iatiiuu an(L.X'liili i er, Wednesday, May 13, at 0 o'clock jX Dukes Mrs. Starks unes, that we will awake, arise and surroundings in general. H fill be- p. in, paWfggftiPPisQned wheat. It is be- - p?trW,TP IhWrVi' AT nxiii . UL'tL-IMIL vmr TlTmrTlM Uw.. IJnKrtiiK t lnti iHnfnt and Mrs. with him. Do not give us ud am to build. (o) im i r.nmfiii lievritFnnat iiefe"Ptffu vsiHJ4ibuBiH' t The landholder's relatioftiip to- rigibles. We have not yet plkih)ltfttt-nMiSKtaiiWWe(FA b se ball club organized on the Mrs. Clara Campbet ITEMS tfungtoh, Spril 25. It cost the collegji'ground and composed of the fcrboe were guesl rour quota and have only ward nig own tarm is the n ofd?0tspArrJ''eTcatRfr1vtllc ctBt- pledges and offerings. Some normal one. ine tenant m; tern is onBSjaB(VdlAifldtal)feLiHaUVt.ernt OidP 2GoVnifft?ecWliinWft4oti, ohJJitevciI , follov lg members: Lapt. Marvhg iCWpU ,n nnn tn lni.uuu i las naue direct to Louisville always more or less artihem . it is nflramnaiOTirmnt c Bcardfl Rice Barlton, Doc uray, Fujfr, mfNajassintr throweh hands necessary in many cases, ana s often M namtvefWda.Xxw,itrJuftoig sihterfisiMi chcll, am Pate, Warren, Hook, Skill- Oscar LcGavol sparrows were dustiucd. but and Mr. Keil. RYAMTNATION FOR TEACH. is dei bi man id Green. ir countmifceasurer. Mr. B. F. mutually profitable, eHtjaunless a man i. i litnU JMrlWJ)i.Irhe i QstrJt QrfapjilleafiEiYajfs Mo re than has been nao mnte rntan Kite Awn 3AYB"WlWN1-iSUWM.,.i.:.-..T,J..Jl.in,..,r CHA CEY DEPEW 40 and hardship there is no elc ise for "yi eportet !iave most ins remaining in ine lenantajc ass all ON 86TH BIRTHI AY. W pBTr LLk . UX BiSkau Nc York, April ; IP voice in his life. Even where land m rather: high and expenses are eli illy in former United rt;tfoflsejj work, i itlfapnpyriwliqf tapowtieeltimnis tattosv Depe Jole lHj'xasjjratuviRoriert'-NWU- o mo-- a years oltHEj 'WgA. jnoniirOlP'llrt-e'etfRltnf'ccfflcvvmgweiv:tiwipeneuinwsiiiy. uoie was lsalmost alw today uy4DjaEJhan in rfcntirig. S(ftWlL Wemal?i,i.(y'1aiiV.t ttawSttVFS.IeCWilAfnJOMle moving to Uwensborc "N( really 8 1)fiji JgftValiffabRr.e.it is stated is 33 .ifyHWu1 ces are far be: a agn- - v flt.CoftSiinrh?atUrrfW'e culturarvalues, but those SftJll Wbealtloy rims willirinea many years ag sett les are. 7 . Jt true, of course, thveaiUdiowiietff.aJjaHiaircDneft to tl lk that fiVHUH.nrelttWiriW5eCIrviii causes nftrtWe cildy diaf . xcentioTt-an- d ;ifkqf,Aha.miafjbAngfifbrtfcAwitdli8htly, (Mk6rg31ir synot ous, but not the eas benfiS."1! rryor. WJ?yf.lliVlllLnasa ltlfajRfr5ire I really feel about 40'. ccfrWfyHhfcMiWi sured lad to se lSr vounir i the Moose. igfeaiKho)AouKJrt ihou com u tiitjt "(Mr "Tl 7) se lna(I weekly messasres in oil nC4JtJiXmSeTBPJBhis secret of my Ion frtWafc"" work at that time" , ; . .i ..1331 uuc44jiiik me worn were some - o 3f . I . on by good ealth ma j ring it Vi clarcutftirtrtor the AlcUuadyTJoj's . rs i rr??ite .i .i.L.u:ii-- i i. r,....i... siiBOiHrw.yewme worciimnnuoiuoiUOTY two in ings, re o&mng league pitching. Lipp me uicaiis-nsg- ain we home oTnf555?n. To say ri I ling of "to lue jnawriio.'a'wK did excellent a lot to v,i n all his financial profits, there NttdrraWiUlWh aAkelPSii? rM19ort. faHpetrHflwdtaHUIinfrie iutlirs6fcrU6 craticj making 15 saw cfMs while Owens labor for Ha nav"lBn i e gained by it. southern f gricul-- J ielCnairm rJflfftHilia.'ra Vifi.rcpYHWIJ ' "'.""""I'crfirfiexpenditure for every $1U() col- - yound men is some Limp np-- rnrnii(jii laillire lO and t stick to thgwjgfo cultiv dtlitirrl powe ana never let anyinin dJcftYei:Tlifiirfoi:rJrtbWvehHltrtnleKfIMfe v...wv.-. .. . .iiJii.iLJL.iuinenafilnenl ji r raniviort.jl.T.u.....M i"iv xj.i.1 rne mir hv ' rirh FnliMhwciihinihtlhp fere i th the plan to 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total L 0:3( 4abbprtasfe. not expected to be m. Arises 0 on l BNlcyuady V'iJlV.V'fi1 M theSpd'nFrArLyrrA?ildrSa1ltfifay 7:0( iicomMilisffflftt: KfllfitheQiishoWdirniiwj exercise M) llftT coBStof.onilTf 7:3( -- Shaves and ... 8:6( rHas breakfast. cxamiiiaiKtiv IWncrii ceriincaica U0linof'Uijfie8yyno.'firieKniei)tanwi H 8:3i o 9:30 Reads morning papers Crouch, B. Mattingly, B saiuruart AftsethVViiwhiSToib called upon to MayiWM une lK icd .. hhU'WMWfF'Wiii ....De .neia at. (HMileAYiyiii ijfrsthealhcoriliertQH in ifi and rsonaj correspondence. .. Gardner, Umpire, N. Jolly .; r :rr atf lasts uotn wtutc vmvvnwvTT. 10 Goes to office and works tin la. Tell City Moose Lamar, W. Scull M$re1!,Tlta,if: cHiiWs 0;aBEperilelfci,-pMebertlari'Uf6fb-tiintbliavwna til 1 in. Scharer, C. Scull, L. Lipp, Ditsch, nlicailts tor tpar.liErs rrrtihrntrs JuHcjtAcinrSlllJfeted. which relates to the l:m Lunch. Cumsksy, Little; Menninger; Umpire le ?cJSliS?&-f,:Vitfii-fYilTb2:i'( o 3:00 Works at office, se?? cosbf.tltefirUHifi tiiiKJrflTOeiGtiitficJc J Hammon n.'r.r.o to WfiiWAaiMr1 krWrrMi! G:(k; wi UfrJj wide ii'rtt eft t to Owcnsboro last Sat' 4i Vrjfw ip eaWr rfurnisted urdJy, where Mrs, Getling's mothei. E: (lit on tCTIDDUCWCnW Xlcfaiins arc MhwnaUin laiulMillMaMVilflst2rIPATDMf01Vll5N.'iTRY nursing he tires tween lmJAf 12. ' e wruicii in DiRiee motor-ca- r firft nnr! edixrintS sisterlfY IMm TrjJ .REfe'trcfeti Witrhc-pTSTitVVt hoiicW and capable, healthy and forever sand ill. m ClDverportJSheiscriticaTly HIS SE TtiTING .fiBJS0aemt!iffiiSlfN.(s.!ii -Ask yourself these questions. N6ne can see the future an hi uiiv diiuinvin u cuuii j...t-- . culling III. ,t--- tSlKt A3tt!rLJWLntJr Cvifinffll, Joi .,xi .,ufttoSfcn-weich- t ed sp e grain of B"oon s whitecorif; WpHnPcav Aril-- s ""- 3i.iiHiuiiiauuii;';"i'.i.tMiii',u VOI the only safe way is to make provision now. Make a w of , A'fifi Th7 " i TIM nJl iLinta. in "'iin i.iiiii jk iM)n.rtQ7jrg. nggjju orijjjaaojiegi;! that P"V:a.CiBLWt3)ff,& tttaMlVs.marei itihaavidow. seven child- JZynd then consult our Trust Department. He in iii9 iwoii Kiaiua aiiii f pn anil inrpp sipnrnnnrpn. a second class certificate under 4f in aft her tesM EVA4HUla3lUutllHu.);- ujl:r....' ir... n-11 nninas: u Old testdd jut 100 rAWenWrV WMVI(MK 1" w CSHraBsntVWiif TOHh1,lI)mo,R&Bet?JoYi; .4 law ""'I ISA -, MIS. - u.i..i'W.&S3 d era :.. anion? them wUWg r,efti,r,es,fferfnnn, Notv ill ,raii., nrP. hiV) 1 l iMfirin OaWnjfrnilKi i ". -- "ICreSTi,.! n vw irmy, 11. l, d. mm'Hiub. Hhte ur-ap- er It' r. s n. use far,' .if nnt d)FSUB7 nH " f2) t rtyej h I 41 IJHBBBHIjjiJL ..EtJiPKAi'Hf 3MHHHhM4MJIE . " t,,..i,rii,Fi.awUi tT":"J7irr. a . . JL. ?, ."-"'- cr"' - . .... f flfectW- I xvyr-v"'- -- SljHhn-trf(llM- . .. ? , Sffirr.."jX3ftAjy5Site r IHpif - - JlWMfa PT iMWw 5y SOTlcM&l - aaan AMWi - aa1teliil. rwimmmmwzmKkii!.W! y ?MKW c ..ii. c hran Jb.. 'SfrM. SiMin !.. $&.& th.. V . , M 1 ,-- f ,i hii 1 I HiiWsskMta,Bfcrairi.i leff-Sf- ri. rr'a1- .lflr tlT-kn.-X- m5n: Oihetu"ffSore'raeilhtliMif 1 . rrMMrS 9113 6f ga-fll- SHO'MV ISiSifhVE S!iUI vnB'. ca eTrxJrv'.-avcomHaiTf8W?fltPr-foPii?i)- - fflff95 o (r-t- s ,,L,--r- ",' i- 1" I f - lft.4V.-lhViWf"h- - heni men. ', , -- UJ-ULUI -- 1 m T ifa ei i. wl . I - I - ua "r"'"'" I jr - in-la- ? " " """ .,&" . s f al 1 , -- - -- !i.-i- i J &&k,y live-right.- t. in',l ilu,o rTilYTrJVclfa"' i I "- - - J5rSa8aftf W e 0t!Mlm to oe a I t. e FutureManager ofyour affairs "" I - 1 el a these ?rj?pigkcE inmn tfaWffty1 - &irfflfam&vth&e? . ': m:i - - t'y: ,u, Jh iHBIiattXEilt J SSjWHfthPaiS bi!i I aejBBiBBiBiBiBiBiBiBiBiiBBiaaaaHBHBaHBaMweMNnBiaBBBBMBeBaaaiaB tj:. Ullll. eS.'T,'.? ti J - iU a. XllUlliaa ULIICll. LJlaXllU" s.EMMR---Ou- r Trust EK WliUi. gramme tor the n&il MAN I I ro drive FORdcrtSfo"irtad -- .... GnWBnWifER FALLS KY. p H yijtw)fiieujijBf aVaUiMn mtimmmmi J. WM Kooertaon s I lcrlfKm-J)'i ni ig cluueu inMAN them. fltfKiPu ccmMkwr f KH "! '! t Brsffiy !ntucKTfKffiiN v Cloverport J. nWKSKiaBBBBBl itXiiM i a'j U5 wives, two typists, one a stenographer two decks, one a merj (fcaaaaue buyer, one an office manager afl onWa nurse. io rt to Hr. IV leBTmnne to idvioy id ataf and elBMffh the entire contingent will appear to oeNVei35riQK , Ja7WtiWria K- - Wn u9SMtwmohwmis tnc. nrsv toneum FMHERS.BANK u : witiii w UAn o. m'r the man wnd istidoing: othe & TRUST & .. .4 ;ite that bears tnori'ceznd&ifrgreatest amoUt O RIVJER. Nine mil - ing, too. the standard that prti 4u6eQ 1BSJ1 .2iTfe7A. bH IffliBfto"t85ftS PIATE Ssaidht lion dollars ,Wm. Masters, Owensbori Gtvens and James Shete inndge county, Pierce. Breckinridge coThiTy ; "rr; klity tffiirtfa bodv without dea witnout decline. 4.1 33 ai& o 0oWSHMe,tR4May ATfwtr: 3. propKfi-;approp- mejiL of rivers .and for the improve- - in witti far. Bi L6itabaeittttftes, pil ViCljy tn mnlfp nnvicrnntp tlip Ohir rivpr ylSungress, harbou. which Al Thomas R. Cnttcher. chairman of the board works, who reth-fppw Washington today. Development oT auKc, name toll S." is IjfS malfftrg irnft'oy' - fiUiltDllM6BUljTOKY For ordinary country try, wqerever tne going fflN - !, R. San flBEaBBwr i., c w iv a i -- ". i (ck-- ;ai " 'bmU n D'oduci nl4rt;m w ComuJft :hm stI'K 1 1 I..- u PTIL. IfLli3BBBBBaM!iWfc:; AJ H!C'jMKftSiBiiHRSfts Mi laaBBBal'BBTOyilswIm' SNAP mprrmtftWmuimAMii ra i m't havebecause it ME&iSou bbbbfI I'plir wiwriBaBBBBBBBtaTniw to dirty . 1 ' "WWJ r vf- - AAJ-- i ?f'3Z) ftPOUt ' Rat SMZ0 vlp$Jt7reParaT Ha3k3QM)WAiJ 1 Brenrl nger, oe ?htliWp odors after Kill F. MliiiH 1 ALaaam3yV TwPSl jx MmMZmfcy " mm&mif5r,wvi i(1 - Adv no mixing with best for house- i Three i. Sold and guar- hvne & Co , Clov-r'i Beard & Co, k :s, ( ng styles from have Fttewe still isoittBtito be a I ? SfiK' lit id tonotion in sontd IIL in the W jinr tire ifs otAd enouphrfot 3. (bpecial) Mr. na ""IrviiTgTCn, Alay raT and Mrs. Herman Hook, of New small car. York City have been the guests of "5-affaWld- iuuisviuc dim r Mducah, will claim most oituhe iuuucx lonment he said. CrutchW sAM f ooks for a .general reviwilof rite.t . I c uciwccu - the oar, hwt gt gJWi forironcwQeeLt !".". 'rne J I I t aa - ii - -- " - MSfSRO' (cfednj .m - uv,il M everywhere- - In S. Royal Corda. -' That's no wiia owns in Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bandy. Mr. Hook in Deposits res fe .otnevv. Time il II aaaWlTfn HiaWll Wl Twill 11 I II H II 11 jl Wft From rcliablo Br stem,, S $$& UMMinFU)lMW IKOUBlJf her .lMiniliffffftiil o s: iblci d $fiU.S. . Tire in ending and se1PTICE you the t trator, on or before June 1, 1920. James H. Sahlie, ' Admr Sam L. Burdettes estate VM will visit cotland. '"ablJrJ her parents tdinl lc,TOM nanuers in perity is largely the result of hard intelligent work, cpmbined with practical banking The Bank Of Hardinsburg & Trust Company has for thirty years to the fullest possible extent with the farmers of this vicinity and wej cordially inyite more business ,bf this desirable kind. . MAKE OUR .BANK YDUR ' BANK. U Tir.5! " ( i 'v it purifler, lijttJLIanlBiBBwnWKinMlnlw as Lit. WhfiMllfi cVan to taUnlHUWl aBBBBHtlK,HRteHil uHa btlMIMmHI cWi; 40. I waavlUiVv iiooilikjfluflis caurrlaVirilqftii- - kidBftWHSlr ti a lad rheiinUBiiil 1 trouble. UM no'yiOniiii'.Muid an inaBBSIHBMi. el that I halltrjCd ihiiJR' every sk'naiffifjB ' iivrn remedy w relieve. I'I have polBoflHjB' DBcr An six bottles Tl 'Number, - tiU 1m"-- llliMPB miifm I n on a fast rowd toeatcaiury.' ' iiiintuui) I v my life to U,JaWrfused to weigh upnearlaiNf bjln I'mlrWAbv m.. !. nounds and now velch . 148, my rv i 'i n. ui , pta an ninn- Ul m1. tilling Kki TSTW Fir nvi t tipuomaoilMUiP: idular in oredd the to see his si ft finished garments rest fashion traits M&msmm kets, b Iton trimminsjind ifcl"iivakiibMad Not ubo Hcrofuroua y craatm aiatenv ae T tCUULIllUIlb ie." UI . y igle Suit b d saving. U n itB d II ESLIPSE OF THE MOON. vi weiKlltjXOHUl wrm' -- ... inn miaviii-- jy. 11 awJBvou are ul hooil JklTNuinlxf) 4 PeaTr anv wav tliatW does not", send direct to J. 0. awkaiii h ih f At .In.. I. n In.liAlnn V..b ..n .... T..n... Bn iipairc."ilFo. aval Piker, Lima, .nviiuviiiiuii lAvtiiuniu vuiuiuiijr, jvaiia villo, Indiana, and recelvo it delivered lilo. aU H riio ingredleil) in "Number 40 For to you at $1.25 per bottle, six bottles hi H1n. nrp t down In tllP U. B. or 7.00. most i m-- In gnfiSSSfr ears a ".feii, h:ju ociock it was only by mere chance, of being out of doors that many persons in see the: Heralded through the: St at e s irfA asi SS 1A.L VvI MATTINd mt.Jersey tather irfcttteataefctfipse formance. and those who had never before were mystified at us appearance, the ccliuse was visible all over the country,' ft" nnn1 BankofHari .HARDINSBURG. KY, '7, USTi ' :' J- - f AY 6, 1H0 m m DIR1 Of Cattle. wmmT'm H" THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY m W m PAGE W 1 ALL ORt.-:KUJ; , r.-- s t Chir.kf n Raisers. Live Stock i.ti nun itiai ilk tifitiT If aEafeflBBStMTflAT CHILD? i , iut 'nifii i VOL. XLJLV Plmtnpa Hall Stack ,II :? T whOMiW CM wifemi rail K..V V BElOiMS MM row JTiDboin ti t M . W. fate d Chink ices PEP,HOrMAWCAMPMAKKSti of a National comniittceniaw?QRripLMwU A minor I uckv occurred .. ln l When Children Grow RHfOM Fwcm LietlMB Tkgir Blood Ma . i State Ce ntral Sfil IKfalfl ve commit- - i n jK i.Tiink. T! y mr " fecH.-a SINEWS TjEtm oBIffnOnFEmn,u anM , wu.v R" JB """O ' j& a m univlliiV nriAVILY I """ New York, April 28. Of the 1,100 I'nliMi rtttrniM wlin Unv liaan '" ' w A"WW '"B.a ix Months . jir . MrHavc Keaehctl jnmm. W3NESBAe i ltWl t iyt a , V rlTR ?sf m . mmi Cnnin Di'i ffillowing tlioir arrival in .ftwth iwily m iimIIpi irf nlmm M i4e- flemthi- cordmg to the Kcd Cross Army ot- PrcMAlYd. 5, 1820 hope to induce ntanfl oPaWes"0" t W,aU Un".' P.rnTona IS"f 11.000 due to arrive here within tDc uetuuio uicuruuio uisises avcmu ne;tt lew wt A course, Many large i7 industrial anil - tn w this country more than ;t listed in the United State ye .a Year: 75c for -- cti- - $UI(1MI.0 .Atjril: 0 it!. EjmNpE.mcocm&iivc k tKnrtidthBuolJVBaiatntRierliRaistaiand X m - late-tonigh- t. V8 Dlegat l'ast Fire Veari es From State-At- - ?,tWIUVWllllI IIU1II UJJJJUBIUUII IU U mw&ftimzmmw "f v;fi?8 tor on N.iri;aMtlClfiafcolfnBHtn he election of Col. Marion E. Taylor me JVllli- - MiZMmtSmittu TMMVEyfir- VBIffiliBBMj Fw WlMlfnrnp1qte!r Pdfeiff WfaByHdjy gqsfeialt Delee-llriiSSnafer1." HardinlBuTZTTTv.. Route 1 iClizerftRflPHBIHmne ofl fliim?afl?Pdcnrbt MlecJBBKriSMflHphed c?J16rc'l.&?t CourHijhrGonwnkiort slighrfar-Hudc- local inc vcicran.iNRjDnR COUNTY. i nc maiontv ot those who iiahlc ks, ire e.ICoGriaoR?Aiirlniifl(Jes,DfftJo,ncfr't: noted tn a compilation hv Lontrollcrl isw4 nln.I.. . .....- - i i cttWrjiKW m of the Curr mi'kMVuniJii tiiniivcH filnSncU'ht.vveek"S.' il..:. . rf riTr.L.if.f.,.iMAi.M9...fvv.AiiiiiA:..u ports of th c Klvntfiri iits.As call of Feb. 2S Total denushs in llie national bank (llHtteSW ie?i,ta.iU9wrAleS'll.trchef . rl 'wmmm&' T- "MIAKES 'M1A'POl?IBREGK-vlc- '" COMWiMiHfflfl. e WE EttlPPPMM 9 PmtX-- i "I "Tl w i;ivi jiiiiii iuii :sol.-a.i5.JU&- v'. ;ABdaaimattjrSrifcoHT. OuararitteBafleiSrt? Look for , f' ifllfl.flWW Wfiifftrfi C.' btopd.WS J riHHk Beckham and Laura CMy .HW.Rdr5IJaT3nP-arixqHfrrftrfHiMUWKdiMfUrtfiCfn, Roan Sultan aon ot Wmte-IiaJulian, Head ttie herd d u ywtmBom - a. O, Stanley; rtep- - S rtWMiffl? fr . Guile' WNi&MUtikAW . JsfHsili Wfiif&'r. WJJtaMfiiHrtlflrWefiPttTffllMon oW 11690 t?o0o GrBPPI!HKe S9K6Kr4nBBnlKifHt i S.1 IBnkf. ' M'FW cordcft'Sn'd'fK-UelJbT.S- HeW:,Saiw)) LtcrEnanent(itinatcmnvcituwcr : tbu Jjijclicst, ever n r i I ou 'f RHZiAiMtt. aHSS.lWcfl9!tfia .VfflgrQ.'rfiir Ltneij ' tv. " fctiU&.v.it lieTCtooCfiHiiiC'l J)S)d, a A FROM. 1 TO 12 YEARcmtfVMOUkTfl atot$tbQ;.$aoMi$1,f. overport Loose lyo hundred andWNtK : fWepaerrjftBSjJiyieai i o'clock "Jexvs crowdeti with skaters fport s inhatoataltflud:d.iii(ltt1i.VdI "vould do its tlfcjttBryajt-yo.scnooi in lmWmMZMMMttMjyetWoE,Ml9i to, visit my Stable! iM.Miiun i nna lie. u:ij lr..l li.. .(. JaI ft ?iwsTincs3U8rehT uiiwaiui'tvuiwji acIrnuUS.U?tlflrL;l There were severiil heated contests rasronsow n'ffraffiiP fA .rVC .flists, Baptist aAwt BfOf, If. WllJL. .1 I I I J .Ull Il.& UI. i lftrv MVAVnnVnA X 11 ........ waged duringtlie convention. Among ,P1?rnftVl&fi?f, iKKW "BiffltOT ninv bmoductndd and ilEiadMesrsmndv fitraxll cline tnrouML jlvUiiuisr or the ' p'ubl rf.f u.nirii ivnc tun n,i.ni nt..?...... i WttiUfth the courtesv WnrfcfM. thnJM. , WVhWWSflf MslRWfitlveattitu , --., linf rJit?. loss is preventable, because i ' t?r,e,x,pan,d vWiffif" manogr i?orraipafrmfc' n.. ,n "TrrnMcnr-- " SicreJotilT i V Giwi(rerr--rorl-!l- i -m "MP HMjai. credits. the ertlmmetWRH 'O'ufiWmUW'A- - VUysJMISnnn 5hort stbmdntttte Rsdrigatetehing of fertil :i In Mi.'Uiuaisisi iJ"J '"i i"iiJgr oi mu imposer:,0 H..,i.:..i. w r 4h1 in; nrubunt. flantijt 100 anil Mn""i " H'c Jhatt.i'J tnjuj uil ajic msffemmsvist- - egg6, which nave luammoroiaia uudc Joorman Sr. JKTand the electQnigfnyitttftnan ot tne' spacious tloor one night gratis, but Presbylenans 38. cnic woronnroitainontooncaunttasiitiai- - :uniDency naa attempted t all times n.i.rrot, meet SJaaicOi'V caMaw ust a few hours "! orer to quite anme electric light arawanize the cioverport Lomincrt,ua 7 -- amaen was de- item, the skaters r W&B&c rf time scared off Dlll which is rftii'mf i ,Vn,i iiaiivauDcam aaat. smvesinenmssiuwaiiojr,vt, feated by Tudce "-Hardm, nerea'ter will have to pay a nominal tfWU! ..l.l '"" p;i i h f;iinr r. AxV 4??t.PAraEflBilPJ.v ..TT. PA t ib rwise have at-- 1 tee. V i wno was reelected. he. great a ennings. uc irpit)o jrnirthtoisateftprDrWK; phopdiia ; Said committees retired a w n1iKM tiftn r tli I'linlrnlfin wot J lenisiiroucayujui i: u may ue ame 1.1. w OF HOLSTEIN 1 a j .... .TLI ffiAp'enlHM'lSmrS'SfePf ijci ujuciuoniciiumia) .lj Ull im,uiu . , 0mmitteew. towit: J. E, jjWJvawSVjnluBn iiutuuciji instructed. lKitNtneTCLN)xOM4porters v tvwJrwWwnarWWRfw FOR THE COUNTY r -- .cL.t;., r..r fiVflsnEiMeTfeWflSPW: LtWHS'orai ti.T istaiieteiate mmeratreetnnats aiffi (iwi,u;rm, ye alwaysn the majorito fTMJ&M, 1JTM,P IIHl T'eTf-- 2oismMoeKTOizEiiuia(uaranH$roniiuiuuH-- ' i,o,vVin 1 sUlfie ?.UEaft frelfty arnier, Feedi&nand Dealer iri ' JSMuniwnlL IifaeM N. H. Loy received A. ' ,t IJ t ' Tie TVirJ iiiiui ifVf viiuuiiiuii v f HflHBBkBMkaiUalwlfrMBvt Jla - full uckette a Viift3VTOUHta3,"u:iUp AJAuKWIts Kf.JMaw on delegates re . TT Elht dele- - jfiisr i'1; tl,,lf y-- i d of Holstein cattle . vl oflre'ards1'heSpea!etfft:TatnEsrel--, WAVUIIK31 lOpifDIAVUULU UKaujuc V;iWU 11 jtifc SWftfcsHftcli with:half a..votcxJLotljJi. oflthej laA M iBliE ere are nineteen heif- i aitoi I twmlitti fciiriim JmmWun It ii- - lrtHrrtniHtl . .. - 41lllJUiVAVUtiIJWUItlllKUJK4VI - """"""'"" " JmwrH its nntipn wjtjinriMTjrrlAIUIULAJUlil lnnl nnmnrr":t fall, and two milk Keporx oi kcsoiui Mith3 era bl ;dHc, imfldctrcm Iramfitas Mamlidwrnr tion1; anrtBHtnt)rel7emorciranr naftv eaejd tr IiiohuBneoTCire organizations. Be it- - resolved by the d elMipaBP9IIHWKlMMlLiN'ick seiir.t CtMS ? VltB 2 H- ds of 14,000 pounds state convention. They are: Miss WAUId welcome an opportun y to go ths. All of the cattle county in After t he hatching season is Imura'Clay, of L'exi jton; Mrs. Cora to the polls on the issue, id sent here from J. ,eHVrlfiMiimVl1ko3rk.Th'ou rs embled : uspn oiewari, D T tkfort: Mrs. nroe Wisconsin. iu.ii wc ucueve BIRTH 'ANNOUNCEMENT. Jfcra Layhe, of Fffl-i- rhomas; Sena- DeJarnette got the brocliice lTiTerTrie cggb-aual- ifv ectnefhcient and economica rs Stanley and BJU Longress- Mr. and Mrs Price Graham, of this riiil)TiTl'Vlll.1liiri--- t on offTie Ifovernm, UmlHHmmaiWnlm: aWI N HHtsF ight heifers. Ll and Ben city have received the birth announceinen Albion of the load will be LMnaTlHtll . DlnKJiiirkl M&iS , hethe y oi iiumsjiAJ st ..ni cinridge, ment of a grandson, bo.rn April 20, Jlhnson; and W M .. X distawutui wai ig the Holstein boys i. BiflmrrV '""-- ' pai KVHrrq nts II culture. Evans-vill- e. d clitor of the to Mr and Mrs. Joe Graham, iNO. I un ntS2nrnWaiBSi!"aSKiBf m 31 Judge Char He has been given the name tliinftiri!vTjwtaaT Har- flVTMnrricVi c orse liir itimMTTrttrtftl an dsburg, wa the of David Price Graham. .Si4oll IYUi iRIIiillllirAiY ATKINS. rlamieStsy'o f the admin MB9fHHBaMCmlBMaVAHiiifirillaib OLflt T w. - TtT"ai WLl TM-Keeietywwj ton of ouSarxa' resident, Woodrow C2rMVBVJK.l4- - LU Un T.nA.J3lrL.uf k tJ aPjl uSrwr7 DR. S. S. WAT)! JQ1CLV VT1L11L UC J.IlLcllIt!rTV in-- 1 VC SUfOUIIl j Vilsonchich MnrTft8tHSGMA,WATEI . i'M, .t DIES IN OWENB W fcW.... r uea , madUMJl cDyburg & Trust , PJrvkj years enactnjent of the fThe. v'U9 iver Uasf beenKO. hig it mr itiyyp L.UCIC E.U150II VJKlgiUPrU I 73A company. LfoFSe-yWaA reject the aws which ti&SmUthSt HSOi Sdft si lany n, W I thoZCsidence of her lbBilcMnS ens..iiws:iiic vtt?.YKrAtHrttuvii Special privDuffs usurp .t caple The Bat of Hardinsburg and T aBStivVatkiiis, th 'SeventartPeem tgfl a lA.V rVXltl rt. r and co. L is ffi1"" aWterjl eln nil 4 -- j ,,,.-- f rififpj riirrr STKitessra) rrl.,.weeks, ivhirlFiTiri'iihnralr w . 1 S Acessfuliv met each anc building bv serious le bank three in ... .. luiv-ii.V?J. ....a. .. nv..t.rv iii uui Cratrv ivm latter part of tHeHifiirrrer? HiPoleTPtlfePlrst aln ilLU. .. uv.3kiuii fiiaiii i M II o SrVadau was given to the Sale Company, Hain- - ter of thel5te'Dr..w6PVatkiiS afM P i fi a A ons and has so commanded the re n Louisville, VjSj stabs. Hppectand conhdeureiOlic JU)riil .. Lilton. jDln'n. had beeu.a.divoutoiiinirper'Sj&Bettf , lH yOUcniTQlJLtheilSc-isut-i- j is aufouibDius Mo. 3 I hat we uniMsjrledllv,lelievc bV ope, in the CkKavs,ilrjiQn lMuTbJil felulsroKiliet lat our great presidKivith compre-FTlr- e ,sKiel-ensivMAKlMi IRSMe."fi will mindand . weni)jrigT; ;nlrmhrton WgtlgnsrC P IfrEM , ..n.aliiH nljn kTV.U 1 rHt-II i Ji .1 Ifi iiiw aauna UlUlhU, I ..IIVCI.WlUlQlf., Hit klu .1... icrt..-.tjaicujj.isQj eel, and Maria CtPutrShs niirptTcnnm wieace. exact justice rig f QiicadJf1 S-03 Oniunianuy. Sters va3i atr l1" vi (irclJurhadni No. 4 We especarkhi l&dtvfoTn w'lffe of ier aeatU. Re P VvnVni people of this statc-Jh-e spieudui ty devosa boxes t tr reiWjto theac it le V.1 . TT, wt tl2 rtSidencft.-iiuti yij i i . ru lyrrjcordof our able thandHouM3fOCynOUtoineHaDiebanll3Ull .' tates Senators, tfiloSVVN8lW. ( a eive lumuer oi votes as j,i,0. 4. n c..,.,KiniIt i . '..rkuiii, 1: atpi i a cousin" of iuiiwtttiti QJ p the Dr. (iregory volun- - (Johnson, our C6ugressmau, in office one ot the best county banksrjn gicW. jus cvtv. aam Mrs, .vartl ihc IS "MADE i nder whom piany benefical reform ta AS ttaATURE eld, g Hariinsjirgo-- f g ainc i.Hoorman Measures have been enacted into laws in- - , . -- w. r rl xr ErSMiOAuthor who have so faithfully upheld is as near nre anu uurgiar pnipjMBS 1 J&U ?OI mnn JLJXUim SlU - 5T are. esident sessecRf1iae9f4VBNi;iaN. t le handset o. UAfllbl lUW V;11UNV and it wilirbe a Jvflp-epjpiioQuality of Genius. to the hnnlVaiiil , amed VBl irlej I ! :cial) Mrs. iir anu :urs, iV,l .vvuna, joiui c, A r I'd SXtWreTp- 1 on to repres tTJDkc 111. Yf lnl,n5.(?i?t,?,fl'1 pWHcunYr l."c HniU" " r tl enforce orB liHns,Hr u,. , aipprniaii, niLruuisuuru,. v vcri name tne Ma 4 Hd UlsvlnfcV'VfleMaV'-li"UelWftte! rvi' TllllCllldiCS, ... u .nl.AM. n.a Icqnwcnca m- - i&r'C y- -. Sy x VI -lhis?rnpSrJr rrx ? Drrrrrr tm: laTCauminer V obertson, Mrs. f IlL, iuiiui..ln!. Ilia .nAiM 'ary, lUTS. -. i II.' Inl w. wvaiu- ,V.MV Mi..HiMiiHiWiaf .- -. , g.r .11.13. x l.nin . WJI.uu .(., Moorman, J. E. Monarch, P. f .1 S ii l dhefoUttvNjildDlUgUdes.,rver. Rir. uenie leard, D C. r-Walls, Paul Lew'.WWv". ii in ii u i) iicmtCii imiu'f uiu line "inn -r cc .i oi J. M- lU.C...MrLMTr.O..UTlMRT?..... "i u " v "?.""a' VJMR IP-C -- t P. m PJIi H9 ? Mil er. R. D. StC a r. Kmestt Hln- rmMil..v.MiuiH)PitMiui CiQii .? st-'s-er' ttieSUGaUMBSIitINyMBAtDE Judge erson. Dr. R. W. Meador, t. a "ri rxJ mill ilie iipnearnMeeof . the lirhit' lAshcraft, Vic Pile, Homer Alexander, C.TT o i air I . IWyiffirP.cMayni1iii.nffii2)nrAYraw-li:L. -Robertson. W. R. Moorman. I itf b"L' . . ... . r r I. H 3OO il. JJ.ll. fii TO", iTfifiKVFHn'SiiRe UfeTufitJMhdr, J, M. Rhodes, Ur. U. b. bphire.I r. . 5 n f nAlXrMnittltfrfnfHS ftlitHPmH;ieHenry D. Moorman, C V. Robeitv .c lil 3 !- O t7 n r.ier..M'ho,Sueiun IJeff at.tiie.Jlonve. 0n. . a. Kasev. Mrs-- . I .. rii a- s -juin-Lmn ,i f S flJ lUll UJ13C d !Wtf,nfJft itBf;. wwyrwa otfj nVJ'neVtf' r nrW. Mrs. W. I.. Mercer. MrJ ' WiM? 5-- : ... lpc "' " V 7. 27 9ng"ttatt' j c,0pp, Miss P. 3" TfdftT3elibWUi,,Uh' Abril' wia jucs rf tf''V (iiT" i)ewn'ii"iur '30ve,wll"IonIllS"lOllowmKr, 'ani Lewis o ' Jp. tl m Ht-- n dnluuUaOrfltctfninfkdinaaltJtbtnitiindyedrrJ Cy He31 IfyidSils'fcf Alternates n rt aguinbttsyaftlgimrre there HusMiuVIdcHL- jj (orean. Tic nenariCK, iy prici ariSl. little tdfrnghfriretlier Mr. Henley let . tUj'.'om Miller.1 r ryiey Eagle, lso my sa S Fat Se S'oria ennings, fllfes reflrbeeoa'5e?Wneo,'tlrHIPr Bt . i it $10. ffannie. .Urunet.nf .thisniaceT stand at the ,..l. ,.,. .i :?."Tiie,-E:DacbTjpciruou nu whit ivmiicu. in uuuiut t ?cf vuvhjhw E. aia p" l' at, Grd .u t iKing sire Old -. ' '! l'fV,II , itilMliih t40t "tum tmi el, he by agcdrtlijvw' Chestc. "ClWMASMWVliWVnSIWtfMi Irlsl i :. J. 1. tial uucs.. iv a. i rauK Tt Washing. rr w.w Black IU1III, UUWJWmWI JlW.!r MTKV1TM9HI-IIp 'rtcc? ... . .... ton De rTTfrlHW!WyWnrpfjrt lteuneTrjfTrn ?irst Dam i z t..l-- U o i iutii) KpuiiiUK. nit' piiuiiuui: Walls, lnfl lis Emma Diamede, third dam , . -. W A WMItIV - O" ??2 v?a-i- i uy.'h.vmhrcwyTW fracjticsl .Jiusinejis a mcon tn WrtH0WhBrVft.niaK3gft tnis carft.iftan ttariiein. ivv.. nne i. Mrs. Wade Pil8 O .. . ww WV" bank "BSftiJfticHne icix.iisvtjr pinp'iriinn snd Mrsj. vv jJhBy bjm ERliNSFSJH? qicm.8aern 'e lit iXr'teilS, busines8aTidarsvlToi,ilaTl Jiatiktrpwledse construc are aDDlw, .rrt d - ra tively ififeje iafcWaatanrWrtyfie gPHicCenmark- - High- " foH erlHlTrrl9es.,',rvTm,!rWuru r Allol fou cant liWltK faptflyears of experience and success, they coaieHtWl'Winrt, iaLl1ivWa? aF and re ig-- tlS Isking for fhes the ' this convention. operate with their customers in every way possible to c !Mee''8fletjyiitril4lti3Wtwt pig1 that needs This R! tier, J. E. . Monq is"MnlMf5ylT!.tM?"CMvIcCormick owner of King ice Hendrick, lorman, ir, HcJCablut Jeven m Eagle siMcraheofaFeMralliRetficyeaSyibHTinost noted ! Q.. C. Hendrick, ind gawltcBhtWlrTmttmnV 'Judge Matthias I lib .will be KivBMRTTo!anv 'one de- Her, Allen Jen- Wade Pi e. J. showed GhHUIhI kndsesSurJOtut$0O,(XK).0O mufehm!-yvmwmS' ilinKS. iifiL-iiass ft1 irfdfloiw-iifflnfirfWifTJrnMWu 0fl iH.ifrliivf-ifelhltrttjIv.- ' rS nTflidir i 9nrlrAiT. A- AlMeantlarr .l "rcucTBrM3i-inaf & Ml?1 imzf'rmiw" zniunnorn CprtL,jaJlC rifflHI0iW. fflfidRW iiener i senior yeaning ciais; interna- - i fflJdcn)HOremWra GrMh4rfinv8ttitc"Central and Execu- - PW)lW?lSy: , .. t.Mfn. ...T Jo plaiiscn.n.farlrran i a .tt in--.obtainable in i. .i.ftinnlrt,, .. Mfeiii"iwi9euiMttiary-itunaHMur,- ' nii, .!vt r. "'jfcyL mmwv"ivomif niimF crepe ii me Diuuweurn. ueoi-geuW nWH7Wvr5 lPHl? IRTflyaMrffls MUs laMwuttrcktlonconibliprihMshhtadH mr erot :9Biffntltoic4TWKnff,mlflfi:.n- - IWllW4limJcatHS ftS thS(lHnASnQHCdj .""TheHe Is'Bat' 6W fttfhurncV'remo ' klfflUrrW! UliiUMiiuHfMMitjsecitnfli 'UaffiHr and that is "Gude'J". As!:- 'Wi.w,fctrWRu,r'trni(ftiriSlWiJrsRr6,,feffi Hardinsburg, Ky. JKMMkluiionrfrPrMhSA.ftVilHanvrl Innl . t...-.- j vuur'niTiKWDi-nv- i w Member of SttfAiGtrwtral committee ff WffinKt SSff fOTirtterKmiof "flMdctsolQriotlw coxk .ulron! iTiiiilit nr iTVB HilK .. .Ia. ! Tf . mtl TJ.tn niBCCiirotCTiiiucinniut.iimia mu '"Wfiia?. P1,1S"ffir,f,Wasernw,u;'iK. tltiftllityiTfMnW o.i ivvii ilt4fft" ,iiaiK, 'V'1 ni "AW6rfit'tlfe,PcriWerl5iWha'HWrenflPe'i! tructed for Gov. Cox for the Demo Tohnson National romfinrwmafi ffllPalilHft:leo?fcai'ml'etWeilniflhtiJnac( T :MUSAaenGSncVnBiMion. : It de- - iiifrntiitin-dunr)dYlCamden. and UuttHhuMJnKtx :lnred if Jhio was elected, he wnnid be the log- -' propbettaivcWiirhItiF. .. I(DlIIttTrjiJoMaart rffUisvfnef KvmW"-e,lwSrToI nM..Aa 4.liin. .nf .Ua ...tld. cratic state Huiatewiflbr. instruct. oR the jeabfliesq si"nH'wit'.iTHf'WHy-iinwiM- ! ; mg the entire KoUW$ delegation to . iVWRfef? P.reN8ftntvaVm,Hftgv aWEl :hons. ' Paul Lewis. . Cashier.i Breckm- . . r QfhnV. H, 1;iMM119L HVI'V1!1 li 04U l,lAll' - 'Yi ,?"-'- " :ui(rvore iiursas. Auiirs..Nnenan tot jory. james-a- r. ltjxqp? -- xh . 'fflSMnlSPfflat ilWartb VlWI'elflWRhfi, micse included addresses of the faF hrfsmaji, oAtoJoflmSptt YoUriffnVWeyBJ, "W03Wm t : it year ago, At a CEtoW.hlr$trJnjfSJKcM?8ficrats. foWLlMJiiNiaililttUAiiaiitc frtXftrnjMtgr)AwsAyttfntrti wvviiiiyuM-u.ffutiijiivwiji..HiiH- iaa ti".nn nnr Tcbruar tha . rsnjsrsrrssr Wi&Emw.m: awf wioairiratsKwtc1" MWhipiEr x HyfcV,'qfliffitvjd6r.nVfiai ' JrMndi:.Sul,,Droviacs1JcaiUeau Sftryii ' GtBrt9l.drugglsfc ito namo Cold Mdal on mwmrg baa The coniiiicucuniciu week iorogram ' "" - 1mm .r- . .. v ii u in n mi hi wm. 1.1 Wh W dnaoattoiiiw) trcinttof 'rflifcWmJMRlftitwacfottiAfiaJ' nrut-mifitti ' thm nieiontliAtwriflceaafnc!oc.Bi c rJ 120 W srw-phLu- - . .1 ociocK.ine 9 villr ...v. ..i ..... sswfts ........ ... in thr l lsi and' rcck- Chair4wa-ttBTkiOW lrthndi8t rhureh at 74J5 grajuiatcs, missjs fclsie a Lillian fouckbyJ'will attcniPthe in the V'U Lounty inriuge AlliSBlBr Convention. D. C. :" "! illuv.l.(ciMi aiwrlnfJVtWWUV ,MtlLVitH(tvwWI.LVUHIIl - ktitM7 jar. Khr,rr,nv.vnnyacAA,clSnrAi lMMctKeasfollnwihE dnahswrl In the first two months of losl ,uh4fc JlMfWJ ,t, mmmwmkrtm, KaistbtoiSmtkly0.-miirn kitwyuliyu Lomwnt riinntoh'iiitm -- Walls. UUiMua:iscsjvill re ewmmeni-.tMiiin-i -- SerOV,MflfcSBB()UeML Cass be held i im-- iltalrilftl aWltdkripgilahd)jj9EI) CgtWcallb I KM jafia Uownthnsolothtflisreckinndge county ccwiary. ui inc. cuunir cummi. h.e.tM( mm1 "cyuhtvcol; IWIWdlr-iW- - ..- .fc.-- iu flsr 'iearfida!irs' gVcGary -- Htw BPI Kstiitrr: hridayveit IjK iiL the MellioiIisT" imtxtMJMrhrfoki'siiciMU fSnflrl tiRiaM TRWW1 Plto&JyM., 'ffiWF.TfealreMWbsft lilVki "sMidfl"' pieces of choice Itnpruved I.oiilsvTll JCy5ilLVy Wi"LI iuisis win maKe tn- fikrrbtrJn,l?jeT.n SSarf ffievVfeWrieW Hav tu tf1 Wr lext1 Wcrekl'll,Jlulsv V RAtlOiafcnn v M'tAWm YhenWUd?aillfcllrfOr, o.: taY volume MuWA-ihcounty" convenxraniWepff? ilea Wcispvba jtjoli experts purchasing bv.. the. general nubli uik'iii. :rrarirmaTf."o XU -- 9SM8KSR ttr. 1S li "uiuit;ui mat- - OT5lND-tNAipKfTOW- "13, ip..HOill A eiF tuatlons. fltiMrillii Day. MATURITIES RlWrkiiilgia IRElVMVBDia.Ni.CDOViEHPO(RTPt i$l.uO0,0Uu,.iunl.n record of 0 years UWiV-HMve- the Consolidated in miw& i 'nCVIL'l"! : . SJ,mmms mao -- tortii m. ,,, MmuatamumTS&&mBi hili'-HM- ,," .1, ,f.lY'Il r,r r 1 J .... ..... ,'V' llt r m.,,:i- -- 1 iiHnlinUiJ icBnnnH9wVXAsJrv( 'iWHBHaMrK&iiVu liMilil f9B fiuna! ffJM fwt'ti5isB 9 ak - overi-recKinnag- nllittilfittriIiiieiM.Wii "i W.Hikv tCtll.TiaSt fttmrnBmmd lmtKma JinEHMDkt ri' .. tnxl Vpr10 Mmmnmmm$m i v uv inn MittJfflMHKiMi wl IIII lllJJln'-- I ' allf CJiCt . - ... A V, 1 c r. j -- 'rf'r I is Jp!'A!'l'wtfL 1 iff. yfentuch Wi ! Putchaiu oiorette&si 3. srrJttrhearyUirl., InMffeM mimunh A umiwi mfs&m tfetnuinee oyifJMHade. rVbuttflMlh " k f. m$mwm$. vws mmm ibBUa a il)oroaisc Iri p8IrJB65is3rt Poi-;,n- d -- . M- i- l'iX ii, v-r- - ,.. gapu! ppp V B accoa H WMF W'BAntyr.r Wl MkWJmMH iB v,9'u' 'H -- r? ? i.. n-i- " " -- PttjT4aptfjjHb.H $a5A;Li&i alwaH rsn 1 1 f -- - m vi -- -- - - 5 UnJ I 1 m&ms&sir.z"' ., j f 1 asskiff -r, M,tfeaatt btjiUj sgaiei n.ijin Tw k -- 1' V u SfB m i vt.. fc-Vl- Sitt'SSIti Tr- qf iinfu ij.C i xtlftjp -- L It . WW&M&M&ZKK Pre. .Prw. J ' P. L. ATHERTON, V. BERNARD JLtNUEI P. J. BOHN3prM.'Hrr We Imu jSfSTFIC s Tr'iipMnaMrn wiiWTiifn Heck rAUICOMPTON. V. Pret. and Sec. F JUe. wa Prtl.eWttjoffijPJKajM' WCM1 ilaL''rrt "a nWteHltnaswbecn UfffuiMrtdn J?Ui ES m rm r.l3i?? Rrlttti3fMU5W,iSS,ind'Sfiryey W labbage, IWIIW i'l ll HiiMHH mW entioil 'A Wherefore, nan ot tne C. Wallijchair- - $&! ii, :AJ 5Sdrt lSftl3 TZ. Q T - lffiHiniVrrnlftJrimHr'Tn rPexu '(WRk!d7iflpyitj: n, Chairman. "C-- c 'jhat tl ( orreci nt) vine jlj; I 3T 3 PAOES STATEMENT OF THE OWNER. SHIP, MANAGEMENT,qiRCUL. ATION, ETC., REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24, 1913. THE RKCKENRIDGE ers, stockholders, and security holders, if any, contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon, the books of the company but also, in cases where the stockholders or security holder appears upon the books of the company as trnstc or in any other fiduciary relation, the name of the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given; also that the said two Paragraphs contain statements full knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capacity other than that of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has ttiitj A( pajcis os se uctp ssr.unsas jatp'o jo 'sptioq 'pois pits atfj tit J33Jpill JO )33Jip JS3J3JUI tlC 3. That the average number of copies of each isue o.f this publication sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months preceding the date shown above 'is 1030, (This information is required from- daily publications only.) Sworn to and subscriped before me this 3rd day of April 1020 V. G. Cabbage, Notary Public, (My commission expires Jaru 22, 1022.) - hws. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY 1,03 MAT I, 11 DISPUTE OVER SIZE OF UNIVERSE Scicntest Meet and Discuss Milky Way Present Study Showing Twin Births. tunes as large as commonly lieved, or a millon "island" universes similar to that of which the earth is scs a part, was discussed meetinl "of the sion of Aca?emv-of Sciences National HebcrD Curtis of Lick Obser- -' i. 10 WORKERS RETURN TO DUTY AFTER STRIKE to-da- NORTHERN BAP- " K t 1 it i I Of The Hrcckcnridgc News published weekly at Clovcrport, Ky., for April 1, 1'JJO, State of Kentucky, County of Breckinridge. Dcfore me a Notary Public in and for the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared Ino. D. Uabbage, who having been duly sworn accord-Jn- g to law, deposes and says that he' is the Editor and Owner of the News, and that the following is- - to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the owner-- 1 ship, management (and if a daily pap- aforeer the circulation), etc., said publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 4(3, Postal Laws and Regula-- i tions, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers arc: Publisher, Jno. D. Uabbage, Clover-por- t, ' Ky. and owner. 2. That the owners are: (Give names and addresses of individual owners, or. if a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock. TAX CARRIED There are none, 3. That the known bondholders, The vote on the. bond issue for asmortgages, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more phalt streets in Hardinsburg carried of total amount of bonds, mortgages, by 00 majority. This insures asphalt or other securities arc: (If there arc streets for that good town. We connone, so state.) There are none. A, That the two paragraphs next gratulate the citizens 911 their proabove, giving the names of the own gressive move. ' Washington, April 2(5. Whether ..:..:;;. y.Xa 1,V. I Brcck-enrid- ge I of-th- e I SELMAN'S FOR BLOUSES undoubtedly afe innumerable other universes, the traces of which. appear as dim star clusters through the telescope. Another discussion concerned twins in the human family. Dr. Charles B. of the Carnegie Institute presented a study showing that about 1.1 per cent of human births were, plural and that twins arc especially apt to occur in families of which the mother or father,. or both, have close blood relatives who were twins. is something under 0,000,000,000,000 miles.) Dr Harlow Shaplcy of the Mt. VVU- son Solar Observatory advanced the" thenrv oi a ealaxv ot stars 10 or more times larger than the Milky Way.1 this galaxy, he declared, there ' a vntnrv. California, defended the old the Milkv Wav contained idea prac tiKv the J,C,ft?. V. fi,Sta"'i the and . Dr. Curtis said such a universe was "relatively small," being less than in diameter and not .10,000 in thickmore than 3,000 ness. He reminded his hearers, however, that light travels. 180.000 miles -..' tc-s- light-yea- rs light-yea- rs second. (A "light-year- " f ( Chicago, April 23. More strikers and the returned to work movement of live stock and fresh meat was normal. Since the strike 1,032 workers have returned to duty, a For Interchurch World tonight by the railroads , . nfent Campaign. Methodist said, and 840 employees' have been brought to Chicago from other points. , Episcopal Second. Today's livestock receipts totalled 401 ., . . MV curs, an increase ui auo over receipts wuvhiuuh f" in" the Interchurch World; on the same day last year. In addi- - "leading t,0n. rS of liVC Stock and 310 Movement campaign over the country! while the Methodist Episcopal church cars of meat were sent East. At n m.i tollows second. From the national raretmcr rrnrrnrntafive of 30,000 railroad clerks and freight headquarters in New York City, the handlers .tedded to await action by , sum reported from all the churchc, t,,c ilroad Labor Board on their in the country that arc united in thic dcnlads for wage increases. Although" Interchurch movement, was $80,949, s"k? aC'n w.as dlSCUSSed,, the men 450, KocKcicuer tamiiy nave given votcd t0 remain at work aftci' four inc brotherhood leaders urged them to through the Northern Baptist Con-V, ventlon. $4,000,000 known as the Laura await the board's decision. Spclman Rockfellcr Memorial Fund. $2,000,000 is given outright, and the FRYMIRE remainder upon, completion of the Mr. Joe Elder spent the week-en- d uaptist quota in the combined camin Clovcrport, on business. paign. Misses Lena, Bessie Lee and CaroThe churches leading in the camline Brashcar and Ludwcll B. Adkis-so- paign are as follows: Northern Bao- called, on Mr. and Mrs. M. J. tist Convention $30,380,000; Methodist i Kooertson. Saturday night. EP,scopal, $21,730,819; United Prcs-tn- e Several from here attended lanu bytcrian church $9,330,309; Congre-a,- y sale at Hardinsburg, last ?gational churches $3,G00,000. the ate 1. S. Harper's estate. I. d Diddle purchased the estate. cration $2,000. Another daughter has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L Dodson, on April 28. weight S4 pounds, Mrs., Dodson is at the home of her mother, y TIST INTHELEAD Move-statement a '' 1,, Mi" 41 I last Chance to Get a Primrose at Present Price! r i s ..,. & n Our offer of Primrose Separators. at $10.00 under the present market price is good only, until May 10th, after which the price must be advanced. advanWe trust you will-tatage of this offer at once. B. F. BEARD & CO. ke V. jn .!. TRY A WANT AD TODAY. . ! Consid-Beyon- I i ATTENTION! THIS WEEK s t ' ,1 at ,.V! GERMANTOWN Mr. and Mrs. Earl White and little son, Loyd. who have been visiting their aunt. Mrs. Dick Wilson, have returned to her home in Mattoon, 111. Emma' Matthews was 'the pleasant guest of Miss Nettie Davis W. W. Barger and family entertainand Miss Lora Wilson, Monday. ed several of their friends to Rook, Miss Lcxie and Rhea Davis visited Saturday night their aunt, Mrs. Wavie Harper, SunMrs. C W. Philpott and Mrs. Mary day. Norton spent Wednesday night witn Miss (loin Robinson and brother. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Philpott. of Homer, were the guests of Miss Ltl-- : Anilwille hail and Patsy Mae Tucker. victor Robertson, of Lodiburg, Mrs. Lum Eskndgc is on the sick spcnt Tucsday"and Wednesday the list at this writing . gllest 0f Mr. and Mrs S. j Brashcar. Mr. and Mrs. Ivc Robinson enter- - Tnis is Mr Robertson's first visit here Mrs. Fan- - ; fourteen years tamed to dinner Sunday: Davis and children. Lura, David, Owen Noble, of Louisville, spent Anna R. and Paul H. Davis. i tle Wcck-cn- d y with his parents, Mr. Mr and Mrs, Richard Wilson and an(i $,rs Noble son. Hobart attended the birthday din- Mrs Victoria Severs has returned ner of Mrs. Hardin Wilson. Sunday, lome after Spen(iing the winter in Lee ThornhiH is much better after St Louis with her son. Mr. Aimer havmg'an old fashioned case of meas- - Severs and in Alabama, with her Iter. Mrs Etta Smith. The htt e daughter of Mr. and Mrs. r. and Mrs. Roscoe Avitt and lolm Butler IS ill With .IlieaSClS. rhiUrn have mmvH intn fl.wlr ,.. rs. Taylor Nix and Mrs. Dick home. Several of this community gave call- -l on Mrs. Willie Basham, them a surprise last Saturday night ji ' 'aV '' and an enjoyable evening was spent '""si m r'aying Rook. ;s !S K. Frymire js progrensing mcIT he is erecting Miss I Homer Barr and Mrs. Harry worth, of Louisville, came down last Sunday and remained until Monday night with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paris Barr. Miss Mollie Barr came home last Sunday after several weeks with her sisters, Mrs. Oscar Burke and Mrs. Harry lilsworth. in Louisville Andrew Franklin and Lena Lewis Keys, of Lodiburg. spent several days last week with their sister, Mrs. Mor' ton Barr. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Barr and Vertis Sketo. of Lodiburg, spent Siin-- i clay afternoon with the Misses Brash-eaI ! ( Mrs. J. F. Biddle. ARMY GOODS SALE! " 432 PAIR ARMY SHOES the Russet kind best we have ever had $1.50 per pair. VJ r. M). 2 Size Can ROAST' BEEF, . Per Can 30c 4 K NOTICE We will sell you any quantity of army canned goods but owing to the low cost of same we cannot deliver your purchases. Bring your baskets, automobiles and wagons and deliver your own goods. 12 u , j j r lb. Can .BACON, per can $275 sis-lc- s- I I T In connection with Army goods we offer the following special prices on high grade merchandise. $27.50 Young Men's and Men's Spring Suits, guaranteed all wool materials, in the fashionable blues, greens and browns, single or dduble breasted,- - The very best tailoring and the fits are perfect. Give us a look,-befor;y purchasing elsewhere. $21.50 to $29.00 Ladies Spring-Coatof polo cloth, Eng-'-- h and novelty mixtures and of;,the. very latest Up-to-da- te e s .&' '- - ,'f ; , 'J.-- a'iv'f; i ; -' i Tj J.j:-- ' u 4, 'ft ''t'"" jut . &&1' ;'X"1 .ii ' x .!- - ' jf .Ladies Percale Bungalow aprons izes. Cheaper than-yocan make 4,'. ftfu - Kft r.j n fy :t Ji ': " 1Z'f- '; - EMBER THE. NAME v ''X'"'.'''-- VERPOT, KENTUCKY : 4 s r. , : r Vrl '&$ '' ' 'if ' . if" ' . , . ..". ' ' I. - J A . r H -- H m TT t. - ' $ r vj!,v rf, . i TV i . i ' t ', ' iii-- ' ..f... .f .f, ' V - : '- 1'. ' 'ji1; -. ... 'tftf ITT - " ' - ti K St' .' ;i & r. ' " , - A, . t .V :..:...; .';";.. ,? & ,'i ,:' 'v V' , , ..I. wpi mi mi vi in" ir fTl 'xv, if it .. ,. 1 TIRES ' . vi us i 1i t Rlfi'jii A 'bi . . . ' ,7h i. - fH'y ...... '" r , J, 4 V s J" tfT - ' ' M' ' v pf, ''! &r ' OOI) mileage, good looks, 9ood traction- - air to an ne clegree are features of ires. In their making and selling, the Fisk Ideal is 'a fl ';:k 'Hi i ictor t ? .i 1. '' -- Jtv . 'm. .M . ?, Vi .;" ' ':- - "'-w-'t . ' . IUaIt MTbtlMbMt tin th worM to work 'he squart coacara la to do tnuuHMt wkk." . ' jm.K& ? 5. - 1r . .f.4ji '.: uL'-- - v'.-h- . )?$? j?i v-- n 'W BUY FISK v; ."K? ',..j..' ' SALE BY THWDHAT .T - mm ',' ,fW 1 ;.A6.' 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