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The Breckenridge news: June 9, 1920 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1920 brc1920060901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: June 9, 1920 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 76c for Six Months ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. CLOVERPORT, 3 KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1920 $1.50 a Year; 75c for Six Months 8 VOL. XLIV Pages No. 50 K. OF P. MEMORIAL ' i'S. V ' DAY SERVICE r...-.- . Held Sunday' Afternoon L JUl t. VCIJlCl.51jr, Mallett Makes Excellent Address. r. JLXCV. rtf J in tv $' &' Dr. F. J. Mallett &--, After he had made his appeal to the The annual Pythian Memorial Day men of all denominations to attend service ui me urccKinnugc juukc ixu. meeting Sunday the brotherhood KM was held in the Clovernort ceme-- s afternoon, Junc'l3, at 2:30 o'clock, and Mery on the slope of the lull near the urged everybody who was interested "entrance beneath the shade trees. in the welfare of their town, to come, fc'5 Seats were provided for the unusually Rev. Davis took for his text the large crowd that attended and the scripture verse "What-soieva man local Knights donated their cars for soweth that shall he also reap." His the carrying the people to subject was "How much 'better is a cemetery. man, than a sheep?" This was one of The address of the afternoon was the strongest appeals he has made delivered by Rev. Dr. Frank J. Malsince he has been here and there was lett, rector of the St. Paul's Episcopal a large congregation to hear him that church, NewAlbany, Ind, Dr, Mallet evening too. Rev. Davis stated that is universally known among the last year Kentuckians paid more for Pythians. He is an author, iriissioner dog licenses in the state than for , and lyceum lecturer, and his address charity; and more money was spent Sunday afternoon was incortiparablc for hog cholera remedies than for with any ever heard here on this saving souls. He then asked if the Specific occasion, saving of one man's soul was not At the conclusion of Dr. Mallett's worth more than all the money spent discourse the locaj Pythians decorated on the care and protection of dogs the graves of their departed members. (A11U uuks. Rev. Davis emphasized the fact that Dr. Mallett's Address. if the people of Cloverport were not ifc "Sleep O brothers, softly sleep aroused from their indifference and P 'While thy loved ones tor thee weep: salvation of lethargy toward ON and toward thethechurch that souls iWORK While the days are drifting by, they we learn we too must die, And would some day reap it. "We reap ..Deepest love we ever hold NO. For the scarlet, blue and gold; houses must be built for quarters for When the ebb of time is o'er When the world shall be no more, the men, also for storage for supplies Still in hal)s of light above Drijl Boats Arrive Addison that Will be needed on the works. In ' May we live in deathless love." ' Wharf, Living Quarters Soon order to secure the appropriation of somer of the funds which have been With this Pythian tnbute to the appropriated for the Ohio River, work to Be Under Construction. departed loved ones Dr. F? J: Mallett must be under headway before a given g opened his address. It was a as time moment, when, having quoted The first steps towards the build- at thesonext to secure additional funds Congress. with, ing pf Dam 43 at Addison, have the above lines he said "Let-u- s Parties from Pilcher, who taken' Drill boats have the vacant store room of have had silently pause a few njo- bowed heads Burke's ments. and think of those of our loved been arriving for several days, and rented for some time, are making ar- ones who have passed into the 'great large stacks of cross ties are being beyond. (unladed by the railroad in order , on Takim?. his theme from a recent nut irf side tracks headline in The American Legion Before any active work can be done is The movement for the river road being pushed by the people in Holt's Bottom in order to get better ; facilities to bing in their farm pro ducts to Cloverport. urged by these Clo.verport is being ' people to take up the matter at once . as when work begins on the dam, a large number of people will use the road to go back and forth to the work. in iuutn . ii win aiso unng with a larger outlying section whch will bring people to this city. Kentucky Louisville, CHAS. JACKSON ATTEND ING K. OF P. MEETING IN PINEVILLE. .KY. cr . 4 and-fro- m ; Weekly for Memorfal Day In the nation, "America's Holy Ground," he evolved his address1 from the Bible words of the third chapter of Exodus; "I wilt turn aside and see this great sight why the bush is not consumed." From his text the speaker drew the mosforiginal and comprehensive message, that what makes life worth living is the reverent the patient seeking as Moses did for the reasons and answers to eternal questions. Is Life W6rth Living? He asked whether when we consider the Value of our experience,' has life been wflrth living? If there is not more outgo than income to self and do change, decay, sadness disappointment and sometimes tragedy make life worth While? The whole t fling, he said, rests upon how we' meet our responsibilities with God. We miss the point of the whole thing when we devote our lives to wordly interests. "People prefer to remain shallow and selfish. They are afraid to read, to think and ponder. They Jive in the, spirit 01 Let us eat and arm lor tomorrow" we die.' Charles Kingsley sought to solve the mystery of the veil of death but with reverent curiosify. There is not' a thing in the world that should not arouse an interrogation. The shaping of one's destiny lies our experiences. "Life is worth living when people are looking reverently; painstakingly seeking the truth; when we realize that we were created to be recreated by the spirit of the living God. Life is only worth livjng when we think great thoughts and keep in contact with God;, when we have an insatiable desire to do good. Life is sublime vhcn we. know God and the church. "An open mind is what we need" concluded the speaker "ask God to take you into any experience that will lead you to Him. You will find that your life will he sweeter, finer and more Moveable when you come face to face with Godt Life is Well worth the living when we are just merciful, tendeo and true." EVANGEJLIST PAT DAVIS APPEALS GRAND DEPUTY MEETS WITH IRVINGTON O. E. S. Mrs. R. L. Oelze and Four Officers of Local Chapter Visit Irvington. Mrs. R. L, Oelze, who is the Grand Deputy of the Order of Eastern Star Chapters in this District was in Irvington, Friday evening to review the work of the Irvington O. E. S. Mrs. Oelze was accompanied by four officers from the Cloverport Chapfcr, Mrs. Ruther Pate, Mrs. Milter Ferry, Misses Mary Owen Oelze and Lillian Polk. At the conclusion of the work a banquet was served in honor of the Grand Deputy, and there was a very large attendance of the members. DELIVERS FIRST TO CIVIC PRIDE OF CITIZENS Urges People of Cloverport to Improve City Conditions ' Merest Giro wing, in Revival Meetings. . PASTORAL SERMON Rev. E. C. Nail, Former Pastor Ravenna Church, Opened His Charge Here Sunday. Rev. Edward C. Nail, former pastor of the Baptist church, of Ravenna, Ky., and who accepted the call to the In-"- " "We want to have a brotherhood meeting in Cloverport next Sunday afternoon," said the Rev. Pat Davis, D. D., Conference 'Evangelist of the Louisville Methodist Conference, who is holding a two weeks revival in the Methodist church. He further stated in his sermon Sunday night, "We want the business and professional men of Cloverport to come and let's talk about building civic improvements, beautifying your town and getting some civic pride. There is a lot of religion in that in making your town beautiful and a fit .place to live in," he meet-ing..hcrc water-work- s, said. STARTS - what we sow, you can't possibly get away from it," he stated. Third Meeting Here. This is Rev. Davis' third meeting in Cloverport. He was here the first time twelve years ago while Rev. B. M. Currie was, pastor, and two years latter he returned to hold a meeting for Rev. Pit Dillon. Rcv Davis stilt retains the personal magnetism of his younger days, and his Irish wit, which lie rings in occasional!)', keeps his audiences from "napping" on him, as he says, "and the corners of their mouths turned upward." Cheerfulness is one of evan gelist "Pat's" strong points in his and he scatters his commendations as freely as his, condemnations in preaching the gospel. Pat Davis Choir. The Pat Davis Choir has been a large asset to the meeting in Cloverport Many children of all denominations have been attending the services regularly wearing their "Pat Davis Chojr" badges of yellow and black. The children have found a genuine friend in Rev. Davis, and the attention that they give him during his sermons is most insporational to the great evangelist. Home Coming Service. In addition to the Brotherhood meeting on next Sunday afternoon, there will be a Home Coming meeting at the eleven o clock hour on the morning of the same day, for all of the churches in the city. At this home coming service, Rev. Davis is urging everyone who is not identified with some church in the toWn where they are living, to become members at that service. The meeting will 'close Sunday n, I'TON METHODISTS HAVE S. S. DAY Large Greets Attendance Children and Grown-Up- s at Special Service. Irvington, June 7, (Special) Sunday School Day, formerly called Children's Day in Southern Methodism, was observed in the Irvington Methodist Sunday-schoo.Sunday morning at, ten o'clock. The church was filled to its seating capacity to see and hear the children and the senior mejnbcrs of the school in their special parts. The program consisted of: Hymn - - r - How Beautiful Salute to Flag The Lord's Prayer in concert Address Onward Christian Soldiers 4th Stanza Prayer Responsive Reading - - Men's Class Hymn 407 Responsive Reading - Women's Class l, -- . pastorate of the Cloverport Baptist church, arrived in the city Saturday and delivered his first pastoral sermon Sunday morning A larger part of the membership of the church turned out both in the morning and evening services to welcome their new minister. Rev. Nail expressed his appreciation' of the call to this church, and of the love he already held in heart for the Cloverport people. He also spoke of having been pastor of the Ravenna church for six years, of the attachment he had for his people there, and his regret of leaving them. Mrs. Nail and children, Mildred and Edward Natl will be here June 15, to join Rev. Nail and they will occupy the Baptist parsonage. MRS. ELDER BURIED IN ST ROMUALD'S Life Long Resident of Breckinridge Co. Widow of Charley Elder. 80 Years Old. Mrs. Martha Elder, widow o Charley Elder, who made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Greenwood, and Mr. Greenwood on the Stephensport road, passed away at the latters home on Sunday morning. Mrs. Elder was eighty years old, and death was due to her declining years and feebleness. The remains were taken to Hardinsburg,, Monday morning and the. funeral services were held in St. Romuald's church followed by the burial in St. Romauld's cemetery. Rev. Father Norman said the requiem Gloria GOVT DAM 45 at heart-stirrin- J , i TdS l.rtfiT 'Lincoln Savings Bank Trust Company Commercial Banking Savings Accounts HH Trust Safety Boxes. J BH , i Tle Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias of Kentucky is havingits annual meeting this year in Pinevillc, which opened Tuesday of this week and convenes three days. The Breckin-inridg- e Lodge No. 01 of Cloverport will be represented by Charles Jackson. Among the important matters which will be "discussed at the State Convention and later at the Supreme Lodge meeting, which will be held in Minneapolis, Minn., beginnjng August 10, are the laws for reducing the age limit of membership to 18 years in place 6f 21 years; to provide for life membership in the order and the establishment of a jiational tuberculosis sanatorium for members of the order. GARDNER HAWKINS GRADUATED FROM BETHEL COLLEGE, RUSSELVILLE. Mr. Gardner Hawkins, of Stephensport, was one of the fifteen members of the class graduated from Bethel College Academy, Russelville, Ky Tuesday morning, June ,8. Mr, Hawkins' mother, Mrs, P. D.Haw-kinStephensport of Went to Russelville, Monday to attend the commencement exercises. ' Jesus Our Helper, - - - Exercise by Primary Pupils Exercise by beginners. evening. Solo. My Prayer - Martha H. Brite Garden of Children - - Junior Pupils i Chorus k Beauteous are the Flowers of Earth Responsive Reading intermediate Liasses mass. Duet, Oh, Hear Us Our Father Mrs. Elder was a native of BreckMisses Mable Adkihs and Helen inridge county. She is survived by Board John; Benedict W. Sherman Ball Goes As De- Offering Presented - Miss Nora Blythe four sons,this city and Felix and Leo Elder, of Elder, of legate. Paul Basham Asst. Hymn, 408 - - - - Congregation Henderson; two daughters, Mrs. Benediction, Psalm 13. Greenwood and Mrs. Tom Burdette,. Sergeant at Arms. of Owensboro. A sister, Mrs. Wesley BRECKINRIDGE CO. BOY MAK- Hawkins, Louisville, and two brothW. .Sherman Ball, attorney, of ES GOOD IN R. R. WORK. ers, John F. Beavin, and Richard. Beavin, of Texas. and who was elecjed delegate to the Republican Convention Ky., June 7. (Special) Woodrow, CHICKEN THIEvES MAKE from the 4th District, with Paul Bas Estill G. Davis, only son of S. A. HAUL AT "ROSE HILL.' Davis, of this place, left here on ham, Hardinsburg, Willis Green,, of March 20, with Mrs. Davis for St. Falls of Rpugh, and Mrs. Nannie J Louis, where he accepted a position Chicken thieves visited the home of Wathen, of Irvington, left Louisville, with the bt. Louis Bag Works, which . Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Pierce, "Rose , rrn .. ri , Vtn nM1 At. a f . u .... .!!. UII1 - iwistivu m i 9iiun ,in.n iui a elini. uiuu frf inn, last Wednesday and Thursday duuimii muiiud uigui iu aucuu mc XTn!nmn1 nlj Convention in Chicago which opened a nlace with one of the railroad com - j evenings and' helped themselves to as yard switchman. He was forty-si- x . young chickens about three Th rirt..JnrAac. muntv Panies -- - iast promoted irom one tiling to an- - weeks old. The thetts made two hauls: party went with the Louisville and other, and recently he was made con- - the first night they escaped with a spec- ductor on one of the fast trains from twenty chicks and the second night Kentucky delegation who had more ial train including five Pullmans in Chicago to St. Louis. His rise is re- - they made way with twenty-si- x ported by the General Superintendent charge of J. H. Scales, of the Repub- to have .been the most rapid of any-- . and also took the mother hen. lican League of Louisville. There one on record in the company, and MEMBER FEDERAL SURVEY on the train, he is the youngest conductor in their were about ninety-tw- o OUTFIT MET BRIDE years all "pulling' for Gov. Lowden of - 'JVICC' Davis is twenty-thre- e IN IRVINGTON. ATTENDING NAT'L. REP. CONVENTION -- ,' Har-dinsbur- g, pv. C I . 111- Miss Mary B. Thomas, daughter of MR. AND MRS. FERRY TO Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thomas, of IrvTAKE THREE WEEKS TRIP ington, and Mr. E. B. Gregory, of THROUGH THE WEST! Marion, Ky., were married in Louisville, Saturday, June 5. Mr. Gregory, who was th cook for Mr. F. C. Ferry, of the L. H. & St. L. R. R shops, the federal survey outfit which was in and Mrs. Ferry, will start Tuesday the county last winter surveying the morning for a three weeks trio to Ohio River route, met his bride dur- California and while enroute they will ing the outfits tay in Irvingt on. visit the Grand Canyon, Denver, and National Chairman, declared their sat- Pikes Peak. IN NEW YORK CITY isfaction with the absence of the old Mr. and Mrs Ferry will be in Los party. "At last", said Hays "the. coun- Angeles for a few days and will visit Mr. Julian H. Brown, merchant, left try is teeing what it demanded a Mr. Ferry's nephew. Mr. George Saturday for New York City where conventi in absolutely unbossed! act- Ferry, also Mr. and Mrs. Milton he will spend ten days .on a business ing for itself, which is likely to be Myers. trip. beneficial to the standing of the party." Conditions" are said to have, never been more uncertain at a National Convention than at this one now under way. The only definable trend seemed to be driving Wood, Lowden and Jul nson into a deadlock fight, which it was recognized everywhere might destroy them all. New leaders of the party, .including Will Hays, master-mechanic I I SPENDING VACATION MONTHS IN PAINTSVILLE. Mr. Billy Reid, eldest son of Mr. and V-- s L T Reid, of this city, and Mr. BiHi Minuy, son of Mr., and Mrs. Charles K. Miliary, of Benton HarbrvMjch, have aone ti Pints-villKj , t" .pend their sunn;r vacation &hd vill he cn3agcd in civil engineering worK under inc supervision of their cousin, Mr. Charles W. Moorman Bred Gilts for Sale ,BRED TO e, s, FARROW IN APRIL 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 construc. tively in rendering the best banking service With their years pf experience and success, they co- -, operate with their customers in every way possible to insure the very best results. Member of vpwi ' - Fderal RMrvc taiuptu Vf-- Systwn. , ,, t u( V. F, L. ATHKRTO. V, BKKKARD BBKKKBIM, F. J. BOHKK. V, Fm. aad 9t. r. n WTjVBe SULtSIT, J. TrM. ',wvy,yw.w U. X' ( Wt Imu Trl Jt S. XAFIKR, AM. Thm. CHtcfes and Foreign Exchange. v. ?AUL COMPTOH, V. Fw. m4 Se. . J. F, KMKNBKIi, A. DR. WILLIAMS AND SON OCCUPYING IRVINGTON MISS HAMBLETON TO MANSE FOR SUMMER. ADDRESS KY. ASS'N OF REGISTERED NURSES. Rev. Dr. T, N. Williams, pastor of i the Lucile Memorial church here and The fourteenth annual convention the Irvington Presbyterian church, whose home is in Louisville, has mov- -. of the Kentucky State Association of Lex, ed to Irvington, where he will spend Registered nurses will meet in the summer in the manse with his ington, June 0, 10 ami 11. Miss Jane Hambleton, of Louisville, who is youngest son. president of the Association will pre' side at all the meetings and wilt deMISS SHEERAN TO BE liver the president's annual address at GRADUATED FROM ST. Conference on Thursday mornJOSEPH'S ACADEMY, the June 10. ing Members of the graduating class, of M(. St. Joseph's Ursuline Academy RESIDENT OF N. MEXICO FIND BEST PEOPLE IN KY. have issued .handsome invitations, to their commencement which will take Fills of Rough, June 7. (Special) place Wednesday, June IS and 0 a. nt. at "Maple Mount", Among the grad-- J Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Parsons and uatcs in the Academic course is MiM daughter of Secdan, 'New Mexico, have arrived here, motoring from Kathtrine Skwran, of McQuady, their home This it Mr. Parsons first visit kore'tn fjfttt years. Mr. and INFANTS DEATH Mrs. Parson say the best pwple they Mildrtd Anthony, the two oW Ww of Mr. ami Mm, Im A- - have ever met. and the only- draw back they have found is the road situation. V ) thony, of HcQdy? iM May 14. When you can save all the pigs, these gilts are good individuals of the very best breeding that I have been able to buy at any price, and bred to a son of Black Price the 1918 Grand Champion of the world and Big Uncle Sam by Big Buster by Giant Buster, The Epoch Maker, the latter hog is the largest boar that I have ever seen for his age and I have looked over some of the very best ones. These hogs are priced right, regular breeders stuff at farmers prices that we can all afford to pay. , If you want a herd boar that will put you in the limelight, a real boar, a son of Black Price, this is breeding that you cannot find anywhere else at three, times the price that I am asking for him a great pig for some one that needs .him at a bargain. This pig is right for hard service about eleven months old. 1 CEDAR HILL FARM V( PILE, Mimjk KENTUCKY wl HARNED, - yii 1 , PAGE f THE COUNTY mid-wee- TH man. of Carter Dry Goods Co., t Louisville, was In town Friday. IMCCKBNrtlDGE IRVINGTON NEW, CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY . JUNE , 1190 NEWS FROM Basham visited friends in Irvi'ngton, Mm, Lend DwH, GrtkW, were the Nix, of new Htrned, one day latt Grayton , vrwk, guests of Mr, and Mr Saturday and Sunday, Myers, of GustOM.awr Arthur King, Akron, Ohio, is visitThe H Charlie P. Payne, of Louisville, I'ayne,kist Satureky and Sunday. Ursulin Sisters of St Romauld of their auht, Mrs, M array Orel Kelm's school has closed at the k guests ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James spent Saturday and Sunday with his Academy were the f Walnut Grove and he has taken his rt,.l.r thU week. family. of the Ursulin Sisters of Cloverport. King. t Mrs. John Maken, Evans vllle, visitMis Pany Haync has rejtMrnea1 to Your correspondent, had the, pleas- old position as mail clerk and has J. R. and J. F. Mattingly, of Kirk, ed Mr and Mrs. N. Gardner, last ure of eating a piece of fruit cake that moved his family to Louisville. Frank Gaston, after being the guest of Aor were here atn.ij.Mt rt week. was presented to me by Mrs. Ida Doan has moved in the house vacated aunt, Mrs. Murray Butler, and other ii.m nTrniM HARDINSBURG D Lyddan Georgetown College, arrived Friday. J- C Payne nd relatives. Nottingham that was baked over a by Mr. Kelm. Virginia Heard left Tuesday for . ... fended the Ranker's Convention at year ago. It Was baked by Mrs. Mr. Felix Butler went to McDaniels, .i. ,.:. Miss Ada Pearl Payne 'was the , . Willi Ilia iai- -, !.. lu 31ICIIU t.. lin tlrtliuil !..- Lebanon last Monday. Lute Dutschke, for her son, who was guest of Miss Manda Parks last Sat- Monday with s6me hogs. and childM'- and Mrs s- T Dcjarnctte. Reeves, and Mr. Reeves. Mr, and Mrs. Bill Sipes M'r am, Mr9. R. N. Warren and Thurman Kamscy has been the at thcttme in the aruy and station urday and Sunday and attended guests of Mr. and Mr. ren, were-th- e Mrs. Irene 11. Hodge and children,' children and sister, Miss Ruby Swain, guest of Dr. and Mrs. R. W.Meador Cfj somewhere in France. She got the church at Clifton Mill on Sunday, ChaVlie Blair, Sunday of Corminc. III., have returned after i,avc returned after several days in Mr. Ramsey has been stationed at new9 t,at hc was on ,js roatj hom(jf Sunday-schois progressing nicely Siberia and has just received his dis- - rt0 S1C put it away to give it to him a visit with Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Heard. . Louisville LOCUST HILL ' i at this place. t ..:- charse naoers i.'. when he got home It was forgotten . "R T. Coonics, of Louisville, who t ISriUVI llCIIUIILAi mi33 i.. i.. it... .i.:t. Ukf 1.UUI3- ' Atcr has bought anucl and not thought of Until a few days Mrs. Hariain Butler and children, spent several days here on business, villc. is the guest of her sister, Mrs.' Y on Walnut St. Mr. ago. It was just as good if not better, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil Noah landed on Ararat. j Brooks residence C. Mercer, and Mr. Mercer returned. has T hone this is an island Louis- - than when first baked. I thank Mrs. bur Butler, Sunday. Mrs. Drooks will move to Prof. F. Schultx and Mrs. Schiiltz Mil-- 1 fr ;,iii, it cnt n,l he ejaculated. Nottingham for it. Mr 'and Mrs Coleman Carman 'off the United States'," Herald left Saturday for Trenton, Ay, to vine, ton. have gone to Louisville, to spend Miss Virginia Head is home from New York Sun and Mrs. Bob Adkisson and daughter, were the guests of her motherLMrs. the summer with her brother, lidil 13'1 C B. White has returned from Georgetown, where she attended '' - aaa afl aa Mrs. , Wfl P"l Heard school. John Owen, of Glen Dean, was here everal days stay in Louisville. Miss Mary Brown, Louisville, spent MMMHMMMMhlMMMMMMMHMWHMMHIMHMIBBll"" f Henning, of Shively, is Mr. Tuesday here. the week-en- d Hen-hMiss Martina' Monarch is visiting ' guest of his brother, J. B. Mrs. Lillian Kinclieloc has bought aunt. Mrs. M. Hoard, and Dr. nuipiul Mrs Hcnnmg Mx. H O Bryan,, Tobmsnort, Ind., a new Ford Board, of Louisville. SALE Mr. and Mrs. C L. Winn visited rel! Willis Green, of Falls of Rough, made a business trip here last week, atives ir. Cincinnati, last week. Miss Clara Belle peHavcn. arrived in spent Wednesday and Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ben Norris spent Saturday from Gallatin, enn ,t to this city week-en, in Louisville. Pcnd the summer with her parents, the Misses Alice and Bess Mcador have Mr. and Mrs Henry Vogel and Mr. and Mrs. J C. DeHayen returned after a week's visit with their Misses Edna and Marian, Mr; daughters, Mr:,and, M.M. JIairy sister. Mrs M L. Kinclfcloc, and pcnt of Henderson, spcilt Sunday and MonMm- - J. L. McGary, who Mr Kinchcloe, of Louisville. day with Mr and Mrs. J. F. Vogel Claude Dcjarnctte. of Akron., O.. several days in Louisville, have enroute to Danville, to attend the . Wednesday to visit relatives. c' Marcus Kinchcloe u visiting graduation exercises of Mr. and Mrs. .Mi. Coleman Haswcll. traveling saleshis son. M, L Kinclieloc, and Mrs. Vogel' son, Oscar Vogel. Mrs J. M. Herndon, who has been Kinchcloe, of Louisville. at Norton's Infirmary for the past two months, was able to return home TAKE ADVANTAGE " HARDINSBURG NO 2 Saturday. Of Cattle and Hog Breeders, ! can Alton Marshall has returned from am, run. yoiI t0 bl1gRie!! be New Albany, OF THIS Chicken Raisers, Live Stock 'about cheaper than they can H. and Mrs. Clias where he visited Mr Gross. bought anywhere in this county. Misses Ruth and Marv Hartford. and Tobacco Dealers Of A Hardest', Stephensport, Ky. Adv. Owensboro, are guests of Rev. C F SALE OF SUITS Breckinridge County Hartford. HARNED Mrs Robert Bell was in Garfield, ' ' Mrs. George Gray and son, John- - last week, to see her sister, Mrs. ie Lewis, of Owensboro, arc.visiting Hawkins Smith, who injured her DLnnnn shoulder by falling I laillCId lldll OlUOrv I dl III relatives here. Mrs. Alvin Rice, Louisville, has Glen Don, Ky. Milt Tntc has purchased a store been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jnme,s PoUed Durham Cattle. Poland China house and lot from Sam Laslie, of Bolin. Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hamp- i3iiiiuii: Mrs. Ed Fontaine and daughter, of On account of sickness. Rev. W. R. shire Sheep. Oldham filled Rev. C. L. Bruington's California, arrived Saturday to visit Mrs Have won 1000 Kibboni at State Fain U appointment at Ephcsus, Sunday. Af- relatives m this community. ter the sermon the congregation led Fontaine has been visiting her father, Pait Fire Yean ,by Rev Oldham and Rev. C. F. Black C. L Drury and Mrs. Drury in Alamarched to the cemetery where a bama. The O. E. S. met Friday evening short decoration service was held. Valley Home Vic Pile was in Louisville, on busi- Mr. and Mrs. C C. Carter and G. O Bailey were initiated. A number of ness, last week. W. J. OWEN & SONS, Propietora Mr. and Mrs. Roy McCoy have visitors from Cloverport were present. Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 home baked cakes and moved into the property recently va- - Delicious I Poland China Hogs a Specialty cited bv Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Davis strawberries were served. Dr. W. B. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor i Mrs. Virginia Green, who spent the Polled Durham Carrls winter with her daughter. Mrs. Allie have returned from Hodgemille. ' I.IIIIII IUi II. IA UUtt . I3llll IIWI OUI, where they spent the. past week with Mrs. Mary Taylor. J W. May and family THE HOWARD FARMS J. M C runic was in Sample on Lewis bennett Moremcn,' Branden burg, spent the week-enhere J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. business. Tuesday. Messrs. and Mcsdames. Paul Wil- -' Arthur Dranc, traveling salesman Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Sultan. . Read carefully the on of Whitehall SuUan. heads the herd for Louisville Grocery Lo., was here son and Cecil Shain. of Moravia, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Board. Duroc llofis. Sprague Defender heads the last week. fdescription of these reheJUiss Virginia Bandy has returned Mr. and Mrs. Brvan Miller, of Dreeders of 2nd prue Polled Shorthorn markable groups, and, Hardinsburg. .Were RtlCStS of Mr. an from Danville, where she has bec;i in Heifer (Senior yrarlmK class) school. cathcrford, Sunday tional ChicaRu, mui Mrs Robert still more carefully, The young people enjoyed a dance ... w compare the Clothing Ky.,' and .Monday Pullen, of Hudson, was j at Gardner's Hall. Saturday evening. Mrs. David with other high-clas- s the Kttest of Mr. and Mrs. P. D Mrs. Untchnehr and children, of Elizabcthtown, are guests of Mr. and Milner, Wednesday. Clothing, and Rev J E Hughes, of Kingswood. Mrs. G T. Marshall. ' Mrs Fanny Willis went to Cincinwill begin a camp meeting here June you will find these prices Hardinsburg. Ky. l.V Everyone is cordially invited to nati. Monday. Dealers in by far t;he loyest in this is at home Miss Virginia Bandy attend ' city no matter what Mrs. Mary Orcndorf. of Lodiburg, with her parents. Mr. and Mrs W. G. ClocJws LIVE STOCK AND j Tflm is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Bandy, from Danville, where she has reductions may be given been attending college. TOBACCO May $ elsewhere : Children's Band met Saturday afterwith Raymond and David BEWLEYVILLE noon - gts iyo'T ,,. ..I-- !. c". ?' - at-M- is -" - - - ol ! -. -- a . J- - ,,, I "-'- ifiiriftuirininrarannninninrannranrere JUNE ' . W Wmk WM er I NEWS v d A. ttcrs si 1 , return-arrive- ... d niRFmnRY '' " Men! New Styles, Fine Quality. I Ull CL C, ! I " S Stock Farm Incomparable Values I 11 d I I - - I I BFiV -- Inter-Xa- f;in nnn .uf -- 'If ii . BEARD BROS. All-wo- ol Cbrtley Crumc Mr. and Mrs. B. S, Wilson, Misses Mrs. Florence Pile is visiting Mr. and Mrs Bowmer Smith, of Lodiburg . una wusou nave returned nome Dealer in after spending some time at Greens- -' burg, with relatives. High-Clas- s Horses, Mules, Fine Sad- MOOLEYVILLE Miss Rachel Shernll, of Grccnsburg dle and Harness Horses. is visiting relatives here. I can ell you top buggies and runIt will pay you to visit my Stables abouts cheaper than they can be Mr. and Mrs Kicliard Carman spent at Custer. bought anywhere in this county. H. the week-en- d David Hardaway has returned home A Hardesty. Stephensport. Ky. Adv. after a visit to his brother, Paul Brandenburg. Luke Rielly Says, "The Rat Died Be- Hardaway, of Helt G. N. Lyddan Mrs. Bettie and daughter, Mrs. fore Reaching the River. Mattie Miller, of Ekron, arc visiting FARMER AND FEEDER ,Mrs. Ella Compton. imice moving near the river -- . Little Lucile Legrand. of Irving-toIrvington, Ky. years ago.we'xe always used RAT-- J is visiting her aunj, Mrs. Phil SNAP Watched a vicious water rat,' Cain. , RAT-SNA- P nibbling at outside the! Mrs Ed Fountain WEBSTER STOCK FARM house About t.'i minutes later he , little daughter, Wandaand attractive Fountain, of . darted otT tor the water, to cool his San Francisco. Cal.. have arrived h ere H. H. NORTON. Owner . mu itv uicu uciurc miming siomaci after months Fanner, Feeder and Dealer in reaching it Three size --'..e. oOc . to vist relatives fath severalChas H ;sit with her Mr guaranteed by Conrad Drur and Mrs Drurv of Greens- y 0:l Sold and All Kinds of Live Stock. ayne & Co.. Cloverport, -: -: Webster. Kentucky. Beard & Co . Hardinsburg. Ky ; B. F. boro Aabama. From here they will , Ky. .i,.r ti... :n ' join her husband and visit relatives. ' : C. Ve Hardinsburg, Ky. Robertson jp 31 i $70.00 Suits, PARK PLACE $5.50 Marx fine all of this men and and $70.00 One lot All-Wo- ol IE $40.00 Suits, $32.50 WO One lot 200 Hart SchafTner & Suits, a wide range of patterns, season's newest models for young men; our regular ?63.00 grade; our regular $40.00 grades nicely' tailored in the correct Suits, wide range of patterns, Men's and Young Men's models tfi n, June Sale Price, choice $57.50 ;: ' June Sale Price, choice $32.50 :- ;- RrlKr range of the season's newest styles and patterns, our regular $CO.0O grade; Suits, in a wide $60.00 Suits, $49.50 One lot 150 Hart SchafTner & Marx fine $35.00 Suits, $29.75 One lot 150 Men's and Young Men's $35.00 All-Wo- ol Suits, nice selections of patterns in the best models; our regular grade mB hi GARFIELD r June Sale Price, choice $49.50 June Sale Price $29.75 Opportunity, prosperity, was never more rampant in this country, than it is today. Unless you are producing "getting ahead" to a greater degree than ever before you are falling behind the trend of the times. If the services and assistance of willing and accommodating Bank will help you at this time we are at your command. Rev. E E. Bratcher filled his regular appointment at the Cumberland Presbyterian church Sunday. Paul Compton, of Louisville, was here Thursday. Roy Carman, of St. Louis, is the guest of relatives here. Miss Kathleen Bruner .visited her sister. Mrs. Tom Pool, Jr., last week. Miss Aliene Carman, of Locust Hill is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Warnie Horsley. Mr and Mrs. Marvin Shrewsberry, c f Cloverport, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Squires. Cliff Harued, of Louisville, was here Thursday. k Capt and Mrs. Randall and two sons, of New York, are visiting her sister, Mrs. G. E. Tucker, and Mr. Tucker, Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at the C. P. Church. Mrs. George Gray and son, John Lewis, of Owensboro, were guests Wednesday of Mr. and .Mrs. Tom Gregory Mr. Clint Davis is on the sick list; -- $55.00 Suits, $44.75 One lot 150 Hart SchafTner & Marx fine Suits for men and young men; our $55 00 grade; reg-uler About 100 Men's and Young Men's Suits broken lots, one to two suits of a style. , " June Sale Price, choice $44.75 June Sale Price $19.75 and $24.75 $50.00 Suits, $39.50 h une tot lau Mart acnanner cc Aiarx suns in men's and young men's best styles; our rgular $50.00 grade; June Sale Prices on Men's Rain Coats and Light Weight Overcoats Our entire stock of Men's Rain Coats and light weight Spring Overcoats; June Sale at 20 per cent reduction. Buy one for next fall. June Sale Price $39.50 1 $45.00 Suits, $37.50 One lot 200 Men's and Young Men's Suits, wide range of patterns, correctly tailored in the season's newest ' models; our regular $45.00 grade; AU-Wo- ol New in the Store Are these fine trousers, Hart SchafTner all-wo- ol LODIBURG Bewleyville, thanks for the compliment paid me on my items. Praise from you is appreciated. I Born to the wife 61 Charlie French, May 28th, a boy Mr and Mrs. Wallace Parks and son. Jesse Hardin, of Frymirc, visited Mr and Mrs. Jesse Parks last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hardin and daughter. Mary EUice visited Dr. J. M Hardin, and Mrs. Hardin, Brandenburg, Sunday. ' Mr and Mrs. Walter Adkisson and daughters, Misses Ruby and Eva, vis- , itcd Mr. and Mr J. Jeff Adkisson, Webster. Sunday. Miss Eva Payne and Miss Jennie -- & $15.00; flannel Marx make at white' 1 June Sale Price, choice $37.50 Dutchess make at $12.50 3 ,s,AiU -- 'MJiiliIriJlMrfU80! 5afi5LpB7traijTK!jTfcMl' fWyHIHmBH S. W. Anderson Company "WHERE COURTESY 0WENSI0R0, ! HHIHHHHiMihaMaflHIHHHHJ EIGCS" KENTUCKY !! aziarazKizrarcizEn r IV- - .1 JUNE I, 1W0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY PAGE 3 Specializing In Trial Practice' SLOW DEATH Aches, pains, nervousness, difficulty in urinating, often mean serious disorders. The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles FrVmire Dr.' R. I. Stephenson, of. Hardinsburg, Was here several days last week I WELL AND HAPPY WOMAN-SHE PREPARE FOR WAR SAYS GERMANY HAS HAD ENOUGH OF WAR Hopes No Fool Will Drag Her Into One of Revenge. MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 20 1006-7-- 8 Inter-Southe- tt"V Js Lk rr Washington, May 31. A plea that Mrs. W. P. Carroll, of 428 South 17th street, Louisville is still another the American people be not swerved liiclilv esteemed Kentucky woman by "personal ambition or political exwhose deep sense of gratitude and a pediency" from fulfilling obligations desire to benefit others will not per- to "less fortunate peoples who conmit her to remain silent regarding the fidently look to us for help" marked wonderful results she has obtained the Memorial Day address of Gen. Kci-Hiifrom the use of Tanlac. n John J. Pershing, delivered today in "If it had not been for others allow- the amphitheatre at Arlington Nafeting quick rallef and often ward off Ky. Adv. dtadly diteaies. Known as tho Batioml Rev. H. J. Blackburn, of Wolf ing the news of their recovery to be tional Cemetery, where the formal said Mrs. honor of rfndy of Holland for tnorathan 200 Creek, passed through Saturday to fill published," have known Carroll, "I exercises in memory the day centred. of our beloved "To the about Tanlac year. All druggists, ia thrae alita. his appointment at Raymond, and was would not Laak for th nam Geld MU1 on trnr tax the dinner guest of Mrs. Mary Dod-so- and would still be a sick woman, so I dead," he said, "we owe a duty to and accept no Imitation feel like I ought to make a statement complete the task they sanctified. The and sons. Mrs. C. 'L. Dodsoit and baby, myself and try to help someone else. white crosses in France, standing as "For at least ten years and up to symbols of brotherhood in common Francis Marion, and Mrs. E. R Cart and two children, Elroy and Mable the time I took Tanlac I had suffer- purpose against militarism and opFranklin, and Mrs. Will Shelman, ed with indigestion, fermentation of pression, eloquently cry out to us. "Are we as a people to live up. to were callers at Mrs. S. J; Brashear's my food and gas on my stomach. At times my heart ..would palpitae fright- our obligations? Must personal Saturday afternoon. and political expediency swerve .Mrs. Geotge Krouslily and two fully and during these spells I simply Young women wishing to become children spent from Thursday till Sun- had to fight for breath. Finally I be- us from the true course? trained nurses may npply to the "The appeal that rings in our hearts day visiting relatives near Stony came so weak that it was all I could Training School of tho Children's do to get around and thought I must not be in Vain. Rather let us go Point. Free HospltalLoulsvllle. AppliSeveral from here attended Decora- would surely be compelled to take to forward courageously and with tinsel- cants must be 18 years of age or ) fish devotion to the-- well being of our my bed. tion Day at Raymond' last Sunday. ovor, with one year in High "But indigestion is not all Tanlac fellows as the vital aim. reawaken the Mr and Mrs Joe Robertson spent School or equivalent. While in last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. has relieved me of. I had been suffer- - fine spirit which made possible our training nurses are paid $10.00 ing with rheumatism in 'my arms for a war achievements Doing our full duty W. Barger and family. a month, board, lodging nnd Prof Horace McCoy, of Union Star yoar and I couldn't raise my hands . as patriotic citizens, may we meet our laundry. Training Includes two was elected as teacher of this school. above my head or use my arms in obligations and give encouragement years In Children's Hospital and We are glad to have Mr. McCoy any way without just sufferingiagony and comfort to less fortunate peo-Bone year In Adult's 'Hospital. now I can sweep the floors and pies who confidently look to us for with us again, having finished the re maing term last year and he was do my work without feeling a single , help. NURSERY MAIDS "May this day of solemn meditation rheumatic pain. I am noVv a well and liked by all the pupils and patrons. Training tor nursery maids It n!.o offered. I can Sell you top buggies and run ' hanov woman and go about inv work bear fruit to justify the sacrifice of Appllcnntimuitbo IS year of agoororer. abouts cheaper than they can be rejoicing because of what Tanlac has those who died." 5th flradc education required. Training The General also pleaded for adeperiod, one years. W.00 a month, board, bought anywhere in this county, H.i done tor me. t have not had a sign lodging and laundry. A. Hardesty, Stephensport, Ky. Adv. ot indigestion, gas on my stomach, quate preparedness. "In this solemn Apply to MISS ELIZABETH E. CHERRY Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Parks and a spell of palpitation or any of my presence," he said, "and on this day, Superintendent Children' Free baby, Jessie Hardin, spent Sunday old troubles since taking Tanlac. my countrymen, I pray you to take Hospital, LouLWlle, Ky, Tanlac has not only restored jny such reasonable measures in times of with Mr. and, Mrs. Gus Barger. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Sketo, of Lodi-bur- health, but my husband also .taken it peace that never a gam shall it fall to spent Sunday with the latter's and we are both like new people. It's the lot of a commander to suffer the parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brashear. the first time in ten years that I have anguish of soul that comes when of enjoyed go6d health and all the necessity our gallant young manhood thanks, gratitude and praise belongs must unjustly bear the burdeii of our My Neto Samples of 1920 STEPHENSPORT thoughtlessness and be sent to batto Tanlac." Tanlac is sold in Cloverport, at tle without adequate preparation." R. L. Redmon was in Louisville, A tribute to the allied dead also Wedding's Drug Store; in Kirk by last week. Mrs. John Wcisenberg, of Clover- - Mattingly Bros , in Addison by A was naid liv the American command- port, spent Sunday with her parents,' D. Addison, and in Amnions by Wm. fer "to the allied thousands who dur ing four years of bitter struggle H. Dutschke. Advertisement. Air. ana Airs, w. r. names. gloriously fell in defence of their Miss Myrtle B. Dye left Saturday lie and for Clifton. Mills, where she is the summer with their grandmother, Mrs. homes and firesides asleep who quiet in yonder across the seas guest of Miss Mable Haynes. Geo. M. Barkley, and Mr. Barkley. ARE IN places beside our sons a mighty host Arthur Martin, of Louisville, h here united in death as they were in life." for a few days visit with his mother, RHODELIA I find no increase in price. Will Celebration of the day took in all Mrs. Fannie Martin. gladly give you estimates on Top buggies and runabouts, at the cemeteries about the city where D, Babbage, of Cloverport. John painting,, water color,, stippling, $22.50 less than they can be bought lie many who have held noted places was in town, Saturday. decorating, interior decorating, W. J. Schopp returned Friday from for, today. J. D. Ashcraft, Irvington, in American life. For the dead of the relief work, mouldings hung, navy and the Lusitania special services Ky. Adv. Louisville. also outside work. Anything in were conducted by veteran organizaI can sell you top buggies and runMrs. A. M. Miller, of Cloverport, decorating I do. was the guest Friday of her sister, abouts cheaper than they can be tions on the central span of the Aque' bought anywhere in this county. H. duct Bridge. Mrs Olevia Lay. My Work My Reference Special services also commemorated Mrs. Perry .Kcmp.'of Tell City, and A Hardesty, Stephensport, Ky. Adv. the dead of the battleship Maine, and sister. Mrs. 'McDonald, came Sunday two noted explorers, Rear Admiral Arch Stiles, who AXTEL to see their-uncle- , WALTER HOLDER Charles Wilkins, discoverer of the Anis ill Farmers of this vicinity are very tarctic Continent and Real Admiral INTERIOR DECORATOR Mrs. Mary Morgan and son. J. B. Robert E Peary, discoverer of the Morgan have returned from Louis- busy. Mrs. Cordia Matthews has gone to North Pole, were paid honors by the ville, where they had been called by living. A monument erected in Arlth-- i illness of Mrs. Morgan's brother, Louisville for an operation. Admiral Wilkes Arch Stiles, who was able to return hisMr. John Critchlde continues ill at ington Cemetery to fitting ceremony, home here. was unveiled with with them. Miss Alma Cannon has returned while. the Explorers Club inaugurated Mrs. Peyton Canary and daughter, A Few Fall from Bowling Green, where she at- a yearly custom of placing a wreath Miss Flossie, were in Cloverport, tended school four weeks. on the grave there of Admiral Peary. Monday. Maggie Bowlds has a Even the wounded and mained Mr. and "Mrs. L. D, Fox and son, in MissJoseph's Infirmary. She position Ready was acSt. at Walter Reed Hospital particiOtto Fox, Hardinsburg, were here companied to Louisville by'her bropated in the day's remembrances, takSunday. the A few smaller boars and Mrs. P D. Hawkins left Monday ther, Mr. Edward BoWlds. returned ing part in decorating who graves of sleep at Miss Lettie Critchloe has the handful of dead for Russelville, where she will attend gilts and some gilts bred the commencement at Bethel College, from a short visit in Owensboro. Battleground Cemetery, where the Mr. Elbert between the of which her son, Wm. G. Hawkins, was the week-en- dCannon, ofofLeitchficld, tide of the war Washington. States for summer farrow. Mr. John swept closest to guest is one 'of the 'graduates from high Critchloe. A few British dead, some of whom school. BARGAIN PRICES Success to The Breckenridge News. died 'while serving here during the A. A. Claycomb spent Sunday with war. also sleep at Arlington, and they his sister, Mrs. Jennie Williams, in W. J. OWEN & SONS VOLUME OF BUSINESS were not forgotten. Lady Geddes, wife Cloverport. HARDINSBURG, KY. IN TOMATO MARKETJof Sir Auckland Geddes, British Am- Master Edmond Sterritt and little bassador, placed wreaths on the sister, Miss Mary Jane, of Owensboro, arrived last Monday to spend the .Tomato shipments have filled close graves. to 15,000 cars with an estimated value of $10,000,000 to $20,000,000 yearly in AIRPLANE SERVICE BETWEEN recent seasons, according to the Bu- CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE! GOLD MEDAL doing dental work. El R. Cart has bought Chas. Tin iusisaw mill near, Webster. Miss Mablc St (IT, of Raymond spent last Thursday witlr Mrs. Icy Pollock having derttal work done. Mrs. George Krouslily and children, i of Colorado, came last Wednesday to spend several weeks with'licr parents, Mr and Mrs. U W l'liilpott Mrs. J. B. Ffymire after spending' two weeks with her s,on, II, E Fry mire, and Mrs. l'rymirc, returned home Friday. Top buggies and runabouts, at 22.50 less than they can be bought or today, J. D. Ashcraft, Irvington, I SAYS PLEA OF PERSHING Building LOUISVILLE Speaking at a somewhat Berlin Louisville Woman Restored to He Pleads Youths 'May Never stormy meeting in Munich on SaturAgain Be Sent Untrained Health After Ten Years day Chancellor Mueller declared to a Suffering. Into Battle. More Than Years Experience PERMANENT DENTIST n, WANTED NURSES am-biti- cheering crowd that on June .0, the day of the German presidential election, it, would be Germany's business to attest the fact "that she had had enough of war for all eternity and that no fool, crowned or uncrowned, shall drag Germany into war of revenge." The Chancellor referred to the coming conference at Spa as the first ray o hope which Germany could entertain that the extremists realize t)ic impossibility of keeping Germany down economically and politically and at the same time demanding extreme amounts in reparation. He said he could understand France's "rancor" and remarked that undoubtedly Prussian militarism had sinned grievously. Then he rebuked the parties of the Right, who childishly imagine that things will change back to what they were." "Germany," declared the Chancellor "can live only as a republic. If we obtain anything at all at Spa it will be only if the election shall justify faith in the peaceful inclinations of the German people." SAIL TO MAKE WAR MAPS. Washington. Relief maps modelled showing every detail of the ground fought over by the Second Division, will be made by a detail of United States marines, who will sail June 5, for France from New York in clay, Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. TRY A WANT AD TODAY. We arc agents for the SHARPLES SEPARATOR One of the best on the market It will pay you to see or write us if you want a good separator. HARNED PRODUCE FEED CO. HARNED, & ut KENTUCKY DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... g, DENTIST Office Hours: WALL ?S: jy m. Always In ofllce during ofllce hours Mnlngton, Ky. PAPER GREAT PLANS ARE BEING MADE FOR THE BIG Barbecue and Carnival The biggest event of the year. Don't miss it. Be in Hardinsburg to spend the day, July 5th. Barbecue dinner served at noon 50c. Baseball game, Foot Races, Fireworks and All Carnival Attractions. Boars Hardinsburg, Ky., Monday, Jury 5 for Service soj-die- rs The Committee on Carnival and Picnic attractions will meet with Mrs. Marvin Beard, Wednesday, June lfith, at four o'clock. There will be a Popularity Contest held in connection with the Big Barbacue and Picnic. Now is the time to vote for the most pppulaf girl in the County. A fine prize will be given. There will be a big baseball game at 2 o'clock, the day of the Barbacue and Carnival. The game alone will be worth your coming. At ten o'clock in the morning the foot races begin. All boys and girls who want to take part be on the grounds at that time. Mrs. Joe Harth will have charge of the games Prizes given in every race. Tickets will soon be on sale for the barbacue dinner. Each ticket numbered and just before dinner there will be a drawing of the numbers. The lucky number will get a fine prize. Get your dinner ticket early. Plan to stay late in the evening when there will be a free exhibition of. fireworks. Don't miss any of the Carnival attractions on the Grounds. The Picnic will be held in a nice cool grove. You'll enjoy the day, so make your plans now to come. is 1 CRISP AND COOL Are These -- . Summer Frocks Midsummer Organdies and TT ? reau of Markets, United States Department of Agriculture. These were practically .all of table stock. of the movement was from the five States: California, Florida, Tex as, Tennessee, and New Jersey, which together have made average yearly shipments of over 10,000 cars the d past three seasons. Only about of the commercial table stock is shipped in carload lots. The canning crop is often six to ten times the volume of carlot shipments, and large quantities are. used and sold near place of production. Acreage and crop yield, have tended downwaryj ana prices nave snown. an upwaru trend in recent seasons. Two-thirone-thir- ds Louisville, Ky., June 3. Plans for the Operation of passenger and freight service by air between Louisville and Cincinnati, was definitely formulated by promiters today by the filing of articles of incorporation with 'the county clerk for the Ohio Valley Aero Transport company with a capital stock of $40,000. The service is expected to begin July 15. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS R0SSEAU DOWELL'S GROVE AND BASE BALL PARK ADMISSION -- - FREE ' , Voiles ' HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER NAMED BY 'MORROW. row today appointed on the state highway commission, effective June '15, Ben Weille, of Paducah; Ed S. Monohan, of Jefferson county; Democrats; H Green Garrett, of Winches- tqr, and H. H. Asher, of Pineville; Republicans. They have until July J, to appoint a state highway engineer and reorganize the highway department, which will control the new system. CHICKS IN PIGEON'S NEST. Waynesboro, Pa. Harvey Potts of near this city, is completely' stumped dver a phenomenon tjiat occurred in the course of his pigeon hatching. He keeps no chickens on the, place but breeds pigeons on a large scale. To his' amaizment, he found a couple of chicken eggs in a nest of one of his pigeons some weeks ago, and in due course the eggs wer hea'tched and out popped a pair of "peeps." The pigeon foster mother is nurturing thgm just the same as if they were her own offspring. r 44 Thirty-One Years Under the Same Conservative Management" $12.50; $11. 50 and, 6. 59 These lovely frocks are well made, stylish, and are good values. New models are coming in nearly every week and they are selling rapidly, ' " Hawesville Deposit Bank HAWESVILLE, KENTUCKY ......' 'wr ' p.' f-- White Wash Skirts Attractive looking' white tub skirts' that will give satisfactory service and always look well when worn with crisp summer blouses. See my line while the stock is fresh and new. Cavetown, Capital, Surplus and Profits $50,000.00 4 per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits Known Everywhere as the Safe, Sound Bank MBS. ETHEL 0. HILLS CLOVERPORT, KY. 210 I I .1 SOLDIER DEAD ARRIVE I The United States Army transport 1. k 1 Nausemond arrived . in the New York . r naroor last weancsaay irom Antwerp, ' Belgium, with the bodies of 210 Americans who died in militarv ser- -' ' vice abroad. I ...... .. T. D. HALfr President W. D. CRAMMpND, Vice President GEORGE C. WILSON, Cashier 'j' - THE BRBCKSNRXDQS NEWS, CLOVERtfOKT, ttNtVOCY "' "" 3E ' JUK t, n 9 MEET The Bregkenridge News STATE ROAD EVENT ARMY WORMS BIG APE HENDERSON IN-- V JNO. D. BABBAQE, Editor and Publisher EIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY TO BE EVENTS THAT TRANSPIRED 7WENTY-FiV- E YEARS AGO Taken Frem .The BretkentMfe News, We4!iAiy, I r 1876 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1920 3,000 tt SUBSCRIPTION RATES Batocrlftlon price $10.0 Ttri 56c for 4 monthit 75c (or 0 mJnth. Builneii Locals 10c (or ttcb additional Insertion. Card e( Thanks, over B lints, charged (or at Ksc d 8c the rate ol 10c per line. Obituaries charged (or at the rate o( 6c per line, money In advance. Examine the label on your paper. II is It not correct, please notify u. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy o( THE BRKCKKNRIDOE mbicribfrj do not throw it away or destroy it. a friend who is not a NEWS hand It to WEDNESDAY,. BROTHERHOOD MEETING JUNE 9, 1920 It would be a memorable day in the history of Cloverport if our citizens of all denominations would come together Sunday afternoon in the great brotherhood meeting that the Rev. Pat Davis is planning to have, and get so much religion, and such an enlarged vision, and a loosening up of our pocket-book- s to the extent that we, would start out early Monday morning keeping the" streets, clean and and devise plans for building water-work- s, free from weeds and beautifying: the. homely places. Wouldn't it be a grand and glorious fdcling if wc should find ourselves getting a vision of this kind and really accomplishing these things? Come out to this brotherhood meeting on Sunday afternoon and let's get together and pull for a better and bigger Cloverport. FARM AND STOCK Saturday, shopping. Among other things they bought was a Primrose separator from E. & Hardcsty, who sold four of these machines Saturday.' o Mr. and Mrs Alex Meyers, of Amnions, were in Stephenspodt( Saturday Mr. and Mrs. William Manning, Mooleyville, were in Stephensport, DEATH COINCIDENT WITH FLOWER BLOSSOM. Twenty-fiv- e years ago, on his way home from a business trip to Washington. Mr. Hunter Wood, Sr, stopped over in Albcmarie county, Virginia, to visit his birthplace near Charlottevillc.says the Hopkinsville New Era. There was a beautiful honeysuckle vine at his old home and, returning to Hopkinsville, he brought with him a shoot to transplant in his garden here. The vine flourished except that it' bore no blooms, much to Mr. Wood's regret. Saturday the day of Mr. Wood's death, it blossomed for the only fime in a quarter of a century. Owensboro shopping. o Mrs. W. C Nail and little daughter, Julia Elizabeth Nail, Vine Grove, Mrs. Thomas Davis and Mrs. L. Q. Kinchelo'e. Basin Springs were guestS Monday of Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Harn-e- d, Garfield. Messenger. Mr Will Manning says he has 10 acres of thefjnest wheat in the neighborhood.. It was Mnnlevville . face crises in ,.. . . ". . ...(.i Thousands of .fathers .,,1 f,r.,i tinm, r sowed he said last tall but man : , ,i, i: enne to his seiv;es powerless to influence them. come'up until this spring and surprise it ts making good. though these devoted parents would 'willingly give a right arm, if neces- Mr. G. D. Lawson. Union Star, re- - Thcv lack ;nfluencc because they did ports that he has sold $230 worth of not give o( their jove sympathy eggs since January 1, 1920. when their child- and ' ren were little and confiding. T, J. A. O Bryan, Mooleyville, was M men feel that they express here last week looking for a farm. , t,eir devotion to their families when bays lie wants one near Uoverport thcv toi all day to SUPPiy comforts on the Highway. and luxuries for those they love, but o that; they have no time to give their & Sons. Union Star, children. The American man is one Ed Shelman sold the Stephensport Mjll & Eleva- of the most unselfish of human beings, tor Co., Stephensport, 1200 bushels and the American woman appreciof wheat last Saturday for $3 01 per ates this fact. He gives freely to his bushel. wife and children of all that he has o except himself and his time, and these Stephensport, has a are the two gifts which his family Will Gardner, pretty as a picture. It has all the most needs. month old Jersey heifer that is as If tired or busy fathers would give and is a but a few minutes each day to their marks of a thorough-bre- d thorough-bred- , subject to register. We children, would enter into real fellow- don't think there is any better heifers ship with them a bond of sympathy produced on Hoods famous Jersey would be established Fathers would farm in Massachusetts. This heifer is find real rest and reiaxation in the in the $500 class here and if Mr. Hood rmn,;nckin of hir bnnv. xttrr- owned her she would be in the $2.000 . tionate i;ttie ones and misunderstand-clas- s Breckinridge county is coming. ;ngs and estrangements between fath- - nHrf nt.11.4 ? CI UUU UI1IU Hi tntac juaia nuuiu ho. laiti )o7 KintllH u. comq less frequent. THEO. ROOSEVELT -i ,,', -- i , ! aj AS A FATHER. By Mrs. Percy l'ennybacker, Ex. President General Federation ol Women's Clubs. PERCY FRANK, OF U. S. N. WRITES FROM GULF PORT NAVAL STATION. While many pay tribute to Theodore Roosevelt as a great American, The subjoined letter is from Percy it is also to Theodore Roosevelt the Frank addressed to his mother, Mrs. father that the heart of America now Hob Frank, of 514 N. 18th, Street, turns y lived in The story of those happy years Louisville, and who forme-lwhich he spent with his family in the' McQuady: GuHport, Miss. My dear Mother: I White House cannot fail to impress us with the sacredness of the home will answer your most kind and the joy of the family bond nor come letter received, a few days ago. can anyone measure the effect of such , Was sure glad everybody was well at an example upon the rank and file of , present. Tell all hello for me, and , Americans. that I will come home as soon as Col. Roosevelt understood as few i possible, but don't know when I will men do the privileges and responsi- - get to come so don't look for me 'till bilities of fatherhood. After reading yon see me coming. I never get on that delightful new publication, Theo- - liberty in the day time to have any dore Roosevelt's Letters to his Child- - pictures made. I have just got back from "show" ren one is reminded of those beauti-- l Jul words of Jean i'aul Kichter, Un- - and will fini sh my letter, ly decision with womanly gentleness If I change to carpenter will stay does the child rest and sail at the con-- , at this place two months, then go to flux of two streams." One marvels California I think that will be as good that this busy man found time to take as anything. I don't want to stay at such a part m the life of his children. what 1 am for we have to guard the No matter how full was his day of ground day and night, and then drill, s that goes hard with me. Am up half engagements with the highest of state, Col. Roosevelt always of every night either at the Colosseum found time to be the companion of at a movie or dance. There are some his children, to read or play with good looking girls here. them to poin in their outdoor sports There were three sailors went on or when he was separated from them 'liberty the other night and killd a to write very frequently. His1 under- -' negro man They caught them put standing of child life was remarkable them in jail at Gulfport. The Negroes were going to get the sailors out. and and his sympathy unfailing. Col Roosevelt made practical that kill them, but they took a machine famous admonition of Froebel, "Come gun and. set in front of the jail Our let us live with our children." Often company with rifles, belts, cartridges the great upper rooms of the White and "bayonets marched down to gate, House were alive with pillow-fighgot in trucks went up there. They e romps which were scared to start anything, so we and with those must have left a lasting impression didn't get to kill any more of them, upon the happy group of young child-- . Negroes are thick down here. ren But the characteristic which was , We are .wearing whites now and mosi loucnmg in ins iainiiy relation- - nave to wasn every otner oay, mere ship was his ability to continually is jroinu to be a show and boxing' remind his children that the spiritual at Colosseum tonight and I have to go" values in life are those which are real on guard. Think I will get some one ly worthwhile. to take my place. Company A. is the best company on We all know that the greatest safeguard for a republic is the' founding the station. The band comes around of happy homes. There is no greater to our barracks every night and plays. danger threatening the American I am 'getting fat and stout. We have home today than the absence of the a fine chief. He said he would take father as an active and determining f company A to Cat Island, take rifles force in shaping the character and and hunt. It will be some sport to go remark complacently, "I leave the, over there. It's about 10 miles and all training of my children entirely to kinds of animals over there. We will my wife. She docs it all " We hear go on Friday and stay 'till Sunday much in verse and story of the in-- 1 evening. They say there are cannons fluence of good mothers.'and this is t still there from the Civil War. We will well, but we need to hear just as much . have a house to stay in I can't help but think of what a cf the influence of good fathers, such the development of his children. How good time we had at home. We go often wc hear some of our best men in a swimming every morning, and fathers as Colonel Roosevelt. Some take a bath every evening. We are cf us mothers know only too well drilling for a parade now.' I am going' that, try as hard as a woman may, 'to make out an alotment for you. she cannot be both, father and mother Mother, tell George and Garland there to her children. of girls down here and J , are all kind wel-lif- c, J win odcurdif the. evenings of the 10th and ceivmg. Co) appearance on the Jientlreson coun- Mtlf. The joint annual convention and ty border line and are coming over Stephenapert Roland Smith atexhibit of the Kentucky Highway As- into Daviess county. County t tended the Republican convention in sociation, the Kentucky Road Engi Whitchouse was called to the Rich Eugcnc Kingsbury and J. A. May-ha- ll Louisville, neers and the . riscal.. courts, at tne ' ana i i t i... are at Glendeane erecting a' hand-. larni hiiu imuiuiiv uiuj., i.. J, Hardinaburg Miss Irene Board, week wheri the army worms have some dwelling for Fcrd Owen. MiVi XS Z who has been in Logan College at eaten .heavily into thmeadows. The ""5 in iunu IIIVVSIII5 A M. Tate, engineer on viiui.. bran bait Doi'sonintr is recommended, L. H. Russelville, is at home on her vaca- The meeting is attracting so much in- They are noted to be making their & St. L. R. R., is visiting the Louis- t'en- in terest in view of the enactment of way in numbers from the meadows ville. -o- )the new road law effective July 1, now to the corn fields across the y, -C- o)Annie Dejarn-ctt- e under which between $4,000,000 and road in that district and they arc, esCharlcs, Walter, Eva and Eliza May and Bessie Beard are at home will be expended annually pecially fond of red top and timothy. $5,000,000 Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. from Potter College, Bowling Green, in constructing a State highway sysrains are mainly bring- spent "The (o- )Gordon at Canneltbn. tem interlinking every county in the ing out'excess in the grass and the weeds -.(- o)-rMcCracken's private car, Katie, has Commonwealth. fields" said one farmer reA. A. Richardson, Garfield, has ar- been over to the Falls of Rough and Governor Morrow will attend in the corn the .present rains' were person and he has officially designated garding what cfops. Approximately 60 rived here to take charge of the .Tar had aboard the distinguished guests . doing for the Col. Henry Watterson, Attila Cox the week as "Good Roads Week." He per , of the corn has been planted Springs. (o) f Emmctt Logan and Rosel Weisinger. will address the convention on the but cent, rains are holding back the , opening day. There will, also be some farm the Miss Minnie Murray lias gone to Col. L. Green was the hospitable host much, It vSs stated', work very of the most noted road builders from that some of the corn would have to Washington, D. C, and from there to the party (o) various parts of the United States, and be replanted in the lowlands where she will go to Hickory Grove, Va., many of the road construction leaders 4t is now standing in water. Already to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Martha and McDaniels Misses from all over Kentucky. Cretie Cannon have presented St. has a good start as a wet month, Thos. E. Aud. . June Exhibits Free. Anthony's' church with beautiful stahaving had 1.02 inches of rain in the The exhibits will be free and open-t- past twelve hours. It will be remem- .The residence of Mr. and Mrs.-R- . tues of the Sacred Hearts. everybody and those "who attend bered that a Wet June last year caus- B. Pierce Avas the' scene of much (o- )will not be called upon to register or ed a lartre corn acreage to go un- - merry making Buras Clarence Harned is at home and fun on Friday eve present any credentials of any kind. planted and the same probability is the decasion being a party for their from the Louisville Medical College. Everybody is welcome to walk in and imminent this year if the weather man see at first-han- d . the . most modern keeps drV with the heavy rainfall.. t goals, and accept moral delinquencies macninecy ana tne uesi maienais usea Th FALSE GODS. afe nQW but ten or fifleel, (teys with little more than a formal protest 111 IUdU UUIiailULllUlii A II. LUtllVIIIIUU corn saieiy "In the acquiescence .of parents to' will open at 9':30 o'clock Tuesday in wiiicn to there is piani quite a bit of loosening standards of morality," he morning, June 15, and the first few tobaccorains set out. being When a man whose life business thinks, "we face a dangerous and terhours will be spent in registering1 the has been to deal with students says rifying progression.". accredited delegates and in showing PNEUMONIA FATAL TO Common outside influence at work that "pleasure-hysteria Good Roads the exhibit. At noon REV. T. C. GEBAUER, STATE and degenerating ideals are pos- on youthful minds the movies, the' princiParade, will he given over the SUNDAY-SCHOO- L WORKER. sessing the youth of the country," aifd modern dance craze,' the automobile pal streets of Louisville with scores blames the parents, the indictment habit are, as Dean Jones points out, of pieces of road building machinery Rev. T. C. Gebauer, field worker of cannot be dismissed as the raving of not intrinsically vicious. But when in line. Delegates ond distinguished Sunday-schoAssociathese outside influences shape habits visitors from Kentucky and over the the Kentucky has frequently been in a crank. tion, and who The man who says this is Frederick and character, more han standards will ride in aut'qinobiles Ac- Cloverport and Brfickinridge county it Nation to bear in the comodations are being provided for interest of the work, died at his home Scheetz Jones, dean of Yale College. whichvean be broughtwrong. It should be remembered that the home, something is 3,000 guests. folin Henderson, Thursday evening youths whose troubles pass in review Youth is not intelligently directed On the morning of the third day's ' a w,eeks illness of pneuby session, Judge G. W. Newman, of lowing Hethree stricken while conduct- before him are college boys, coming by repression, but very largely the was monia from homes where standards are sup- advice, sympathy and example. If Haw.esvilfe, is on the program for the in Owensboro. adult world is worshiping false gods discussion of the new Road Law by ing a funeral was 51 years old and posed to be the highest. Rev. Gebauer Dean Jones assumes that, sitting-jthe gods of worldlincss, unbridled the County Judges. castor of the Evangelical church, his office, he sees fathers and mothers gayety and unrefinemenf youth will .. Owensboro He. is survived Dy their best. One of his Drincirjal com follow on and will be lucky if it even they are pretty well off, so tell them widow, three daughters and a son. nisiat plaints is that, though parents are m dreams of anything better. I not to be suprised. Hal ha We might easily forget our first remost cases .keenly i nterestcd and Does Henry stay at camp now? Has BAPTIST ANNUAL ASready to undergo real hardshios for sponsibilities, if we were not checked Ermine got well? Has papa bought SEMBLY AT RUSSELVILLE their children, they are too often con- - up by an Occassional word of. caution. a Tennessee farm yet? Is my colt cerncd Only wfth financial and social Boston Globe. broke to work? The annual assembly of Southern all the children hello for me. I Baptist in Kentucky will be held this r Tell have taken three shots in the arm, year at Russellville during the week, stood them fine. I am well and strong. beginning Sunday, June 13. Baptists" Hoping for peace and good will to all from all parts of the State --wilr atYour son, Percy R Frank. tend. The Rev. Dr. W. O. Carver of the BY AND LARGE. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary will be one of the speakers. Is the cost of living raising? Other 'noted speakers will be the Rev. Get to workl Dr. John E. White, the Rev. Dr. H Is the price of things surprising? M. 'Vyjiarton and the Tlev. Dr. W. S. Get to workl MUey.' Do you find your income shrinking Though no "cent you spend for drinkWAR DEPT. TO . V ing, DROP 5,000 CLERKS. Is your courage slowly sinking? see i Get to workl Washington, June 3. Five thousand clerical employees of the War DepartIs there need of more production? ment will be .let out by July 1, bex Get to workl is Are there signs of strikes and ruction? cause of reductions by Congress in department appropriations. Since May Get to workl 1, about 1,500 men and women have desirAre the nations going crazy, been dropped, from the force, which Are their economics hazy, will stand after July at 7,000, approxDo you feel you're growing lazy? imately the number provided for in Get to work! current appropriations. ' . Are we in a false position? $7,500,000 HOTEL FOR CHICAGO. Get to work! Chicago, June 3 'A real estate sale ' Are we headed for predition? If you desire to sell your farm, either forecasting erection of a $7,500,000 Is the hope of "peace" receding, high, along Is there lack of sense and breeding, hotel, twenty-on- e stories privately or at public auction,, list it' Is the League mere pleasant reading? kthe lake front atChicago avenue, was Get to workl with-us-- . announced loaay. Among ine appointWe are prepared to. handle ments of the new hotel, to be called :Are we slowly, surely slipping, the Illinois, according to plansi an. yourbusiness and get you good prices. Living on each other's tipping, nounced by the purchasers of the proIs the nation's fabric ripping? perty, will be a coral pool on the roof Get to workl under glass for winter 'swimming, W. W. Whitelock. with a realistic sandy beach along three sides. Optmist I can tell you how to be happy. Infertile eggs will withstand marPessimist What do you want to keting conditions much better than be happy for? fertile eggs. ncTV i Ag-en- Persons Expected to Reaching Over Into DayiM County Too. Damp Weather Attend in LouGov. Morrow 'Meeting 1st Said To B Cause. Will Address i Day The army worms have made, their me June 4, ISM JJ:nJythtf ,an?Mic nc.1?? t icaDjicimn iiiaitn, Mi-Ss- In Clftvereert. ton, Wallace, Allen and Vivian. WhitrMarkn Sklllman assisted Br $ k rt-- 'II- i..j &?"!" K .,.; .Kl tj.. ih ,; Eva-Hensle- o .. , nc-twe- en - ; i a, ol I A Attention! Land Owners THIS year will our Under course of cpnstruction which going to stimulate the demand for able farm lands in Breckinridge county. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. J An Opportunity To Buy Hardware At Old Prices I HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY degni-tarie- I ts Look at these bargains in hardware goods and offered just at the time when you need them most. We are giving our customers advantage ot the prices that we bought goods, therefore they are much lower than the present day prices. Jv 7292' pn A Splendid Deposits Time Investment Any money which you do not require for immediate use can mostprofitably be invested in our Certificates of Deposit which are issued in convenient for various periods of time and can always be cashed at their full face value. These certificates pay three per cent interest and are thoroughly safeguarded by our ample Capital and Surplus, the conservative methods of our management, our strong Board of Directors and strict Sta.te supervision. bed-tim- ( LOOK AGAIN Color-fa- st Carpets Mattingseveral 70c per yard patterns 40c per yard' -- Linoleum, good quality 85cpersq.yd OTHER BARGAINS In buying P.,G. Paints, all colors; rose Separators and Owensboro Wagons. Prim- -' I I E. A. HARDESTV Stephensport, Kentucky I Bank of Hardinsburg Trust Co. HARDINSBURG. "Th MaznJc thett Jnektn y&u jfal KY. "5 &n I, 1M0 81ft THaBRECKENRIIGEiEg, CLOVBRPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE I Mr, H. J. Rice, of Louisville, and 'CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS brother, Lawrice Rice, of Cleveland, O., motored here Sunday ehroute fr6m NOTB Deaie notify the, editor you WXDNKSDAY, JUNE 9, 19M Hawesville and were guests of Mr deiire advertisements discontinued. i Personal and Mrs, Harry J, Hamman. From Of tt th Port Office at CteTerpsrt, Ky. here they motored to Louisville, to FOR SALE as second elan matter. visit their brother, Mr. Herman Rice Wed-an- d n FOR SALE MISCELLEANOUS Mrs., Rice, d.ng in Owensboro. IMW MP R REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN FOR SALE One second hand range. E. F. ADVERTISING BY THE Mrs. H. V. Duncan, of Marion, Ky , 1'ate, Cloverport, Kjr. Right off the Reel Announcement is made of the inar-k- i, t ..:.. ..mi. i f MfSS LijC Settle IJoVc l hrn.Sr. Cnas, Ti fewS". FOR SALE 200,000 feet of Leech and sugar and,tr Robert lee WiWnn n I'lJa.lav tree timber, on Clover Creek three miles Courtney Babbage, and Mesdames. , n.vensboro Kv New and Fine-J- ust in Time from Hardlnsbure. For particulars, write v Dabbage, is expected here soon to visit SENENAL OFFICES or call at The llreckenrldge New office, Mrs. Wilson is the dauahtcr'of Mr. EW YORK AND CHICAGO Cloverport, Ky. her sister, Mrs. J. H. Rowland. rt ) Walter Boyle, manager of the I 00 o Loose Leaf House, and Mrs. FOR SALE Old newspapers, 8c a hunch, fHAWCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Ladies' Black Kid OxLadies White Canvass Miss Carrie Tucker and her broth- Boyle, of "Owensboro. llreckenrldge News' office, Cloverport, Ky. ers, Horace atid Mike Tucker, who fords; $6.00, $8.50, $10 Oxfords - - - - $3.50 ooo KATM FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCE FOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages. motored from Tampa, Fla., as far as Miss Rebecca Ditto To MENTS. The Dreckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Madisonville, Ky., arrived home Sat- Be Graduated in Decatur. x" Ladies Black Kid Men's Brown English t 2.G0 urday, Frcrlnct and City Offices. FARMS FOR SALE 'Wmr umces. 5.00 Pumps; $5, $6, and $10 Oxfords - - $8 to $10 Very attractive invitations have FOR SALE Several farms of my own on State and District Opccs. 115.06 Mrs. Marvin Beard, of Hardinsburg been received, here to the commencethe High Way. They run from 60 to 300 .10 Slli, per line acres. Prices right. S. M. Haynes, Gar.10 arrived Saturday to be the guest Of ment exercises of the Decatur High Dr " ' iv Ladies Black Patent ... Men's Black English Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Robertson field, Ky. all Publications In the Interest of of 1920 tftdfrldtMla or expression of Individ- and left Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. School Class Square on Friday, June Pumps - - - - $6.50 Oxfords - - $8 to $10 per line. good farms, 100 acres, in 11, Lincoln .10 Ml views, Theatre One of FOR SALE Two Robertson to motor to Cincinnati. one and adjoins Pete Maysey, two miles the class graduates is, Miss Rebecca Louisville Times. from Stephensport. 2.' acres on Sinking Ditto, the only daughter of Mr. and STARK-LOWMALadies White Canvass Creek, bottom land, two miles from Men's White Canvass CO. 00 Allen L. Lewis, Stephensport, Ky. Mr. Emiel Weaver, the taxidcrmis-te- r, Mrs. John T. Ditto, of Decatur, III., -Louisville Representatives Pumps $3.00 Oxfords - - - -- $6.00 Mrs. Weaver, have gone to and a niece of Mrs. John D. Babbage, wvwwvwwwwwwwvvwsvvvsvvvvswsvvswv and LIVE STOCK FOR SALE this city. Knoxville, Tenn, to reside, ooo - $1 to $5 Children's Slippers Large Holstein Cow, third FOR SALE Brashear-Sket- o Mrs. Julian H. Brown and daughWedding calf, extra fine milker. L. D. Addison, Ky. May and Cclestia Browfi, Solemnized in Cannelton. ters, Misses were in Owensboro, shopping, Friday. TYPE WRITER FOR SALE J',.; Mrs. Nellie Conway and on,' Mas- Frymire, Ky June 7. (SpeciaO- "Make Your Feet GLAD, and You'll Not Be SAD" Miss Lelia Tucker has returned The marriage of Miss Bessie Leelf011 SALE Remington typewriter No. o, Uoyln Conway, are visiting rela- uemooeieti. uooa as new. runner mifl Mr Ttives in Henderson and Evansville: home accompanied by her sister, Mrs. .Hr.iehr-aCb.m . ..I .". was- A.. wrtvtv,, w.f anon can or Ky. ine urecKennugc iniormwrite cwi. P1 Burl Parson and daughter, Mildred, Lodtburg, which this week. solemnized Cloverport. whom she visited in Vincennes, Ihd., Wednesday. June 2. in Cannelton. SssMMMMMMMMWWWWMS K Ind., was a surprise to their manyl ; t Mrs. W. H. Jolly, Sample, is visit for a fortnight, WANTED A' friAHrle Tlln aoAtt nn tun a nmtn .,irig Jier aunfe Mrs. Ream Pate. a.lllUltjr .! JillUllllCU Harold Lewisv of Camp Knbx, is lll.UUOt Rev. ..!J. Aubrey Sandufeur, WANTED To hear from owner of farm or by the cood land for sale. Send urice and descrip Mr. and Mrs. Take Weatherholt and the guest ofhis parents, Mr. and Mrs. pastor of the Cannelton Baptist Henry Lewis. tion. Fall delivery. L. Jones, Vox Ml,' Pr'children. of Holt. Mr. and Mrs. Tames church. uiney, im. OOO The only attendant was the brother Weatnerliolt. t and children, and Mr. Mrs, Geo. Mullen and son, Roy, of VJ APPOINTED' COMMANDER the medical division aboard the Lcvia- arid Mrs. John Briggs and baby, of, Ravenna, Ky., are the guests of Mr, of the bride, L. S. Brashear. OF LEVIATHAN POST, than and made the round trip twelve 'Louisville, spent Sunday with Miss Mullen's mother, Mrs. Will Mullen. The bride is a charming young lady OLDER FOLKS GATHERtimes. He is the pon of Mrs. Ella Ster- of "this place, and will be missed by Lizzie lilake. Mrs. Briggs remained ING WEDNESDAY for a two months' visit with relatives. Mrs. David B. Phelps'and children, her friends She is the youncest G. Sterrett. of Louisville. .rett- of Hawesville. Charlcs Misses Kathenne and Nancy Phelps, daughter of Mr.and Mrs. S. j. Brash-- , and a native of Hawesville, has been Wednesday afternoon, 2:30 o'G; Babbage, Notary Public. Billy Phe lps left Friday ear.,The groom is a prosperous farm-:he- y 'V, and Master "This whipping, my son hurts me commander of the Leviath-clock in the Methodist church this appointed American Legion of Ken- I more than it does you." ooo for Versailles, where an Post will spend cr ol Lodiburg and the, only son of city, the older folks of the town r 'Vf.,.o. J r uauujr ctuu '.. ...i ' tucky. Mr. Sterrett was a member of av. "I'll swap pains with you dad." iy aiaici, iviia a month With Mrs. Phelps' parents, Air. atid,Mrs. ueorge bkcto. After the ceremony7 Mr. and Mrs. ' will have a meeting, according to Milton Squires were in Owensboro, Dr. Crenshaw and Mrs. Crenshaw, the announcement of Rev Pat ooo Wednesday, to shop. bketo returned immediately to the Davis, evangelist, who is conductMr. and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Wood, bride's home where a most delicious Mrs. Jas. L. McCann returned to who recently purchased a home in the supper awaited them. They will make ing the Methodist revival. Those wf.to fher home in Hardin Grove, Ind last Highlands, Louisville, have movedAve. their home with the groom's parents. who are not able toinwalk to church will be brought automobiles, Wednesday after being the guest of .their new abode at 948 Ronokc ooo and the members of the "Pat Davis her daughter. Mrs. Mort Pumohrev. Miss Nolte To Be A Graduate a Louisville Conservatory of Music. Choir" will sing for these older Mr. Forrest R, and Mr, Pumphrey. people, and they will also bestow o -- o o student in the University of Kentucky ,: ' Mr. ana Airs. Marvin snrewsberry Lexington, the past year arrived home upon each one a bouquet of flowers, Miss who has The business men of Cloverport ft have returned from a short bridal Wednesday to spend his vacation yith music a Eloise Nolte. has been a made ' life study, and pupil trio to McOuaHv anil Louisville, anrt his parents, Mr." and" Mrs. "Alation in the Louisville Conservatory requested to close, of have been one hour during this their fT; arc at home with Mrs. Shrewsberry's sershops for Weatherholt. Music for four years, is to be grad, vice. i iatner, Mr. Barney squires. uated in piano music on Monday eventhis week for a full See Miss Leonora McGavock, who has . f.Vo u..ii.n t .. itr:ti.. ...t. been an instructor in Junior High ing, June 14, in a class of, fifty pupils. fg? the winter in Cruger, Miss., with Mr. School, Paducah, is visiting- her sis- The commencement will be held in line of Copy and Mrs. Lightfoot Miller, is here the ter, Mrs. R. Perry Davis, and Mr. McCauley's Theatre Miss Nolte was FALLS OF ROUGH class of Mr. Morely, the foremtpct nf tir rnncfn , fre . Wl..,1 Hrsm Davis, n't Glencoe, Ky before coming 5tiiIK . ... . Mrs Nat Buckler, of Glen Dean, Bell Books by Grey, Vll u..J rtiailf with her niece, home to spend her vacation with her most piano instructor at the conserva- spent the week-enLf , rad, and Mr. Conrad. tory. noi Pr Mrs. Sam Morgan. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon McGavRobt. W. Chambers, WinMr, a i Mrs. J. C. Nolte will leave Mrs. John C. Leitch and daughter, ock. Rev. 'Mrs. Henninger visited Mondayfmorning for Louisville, to relatives and Breckinridge county last Miss Sallie John Leitch, Of Ben Avon in Edgar Rise Burston Pa., are expected the latter part of Mrs. D. S. Burks, of Addison, was attend the commencement exercises week. this week to visit Mrs. .Leitch s mo- - down Saturday on a shoping trip ar.d of their daughter, Miss Nolte. ."Aunt" Lizzie Higgans a highly and ooo roughs, Rex Beach and others. ki ther and brother, Mrs. Rebecca Light- - was the guest. of her sister, Mrs. Edrespected old lady is very low at this Mrs. Marvin Shrewsbcrry , foot and Ur, Charles Lightfoot. ward Gregory. writing and is not expected to reGuect of Honor at Y. W. A. cover. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warfield, of Miss. Margaret Rhodes returned to Dr. and Mrs. R. H. McMullen, Louisville, arrived Monday evening after a short visit with her brother, The Y. W. A met Monday evening children, of Short Creek, spent y and are the guests of Mr. Warfield's her home Friday near McDaniels, of this week at the home of Mrs. with Mrs. G. T. Cook. , sisters. Mrs. Frank Fraize and Miss John Rhodes' and family at Addison, Frank Ferry on River Street. Miss Mrs. Laura Eskridge and daughters sVJ-n- cWarfield, for a few days. and her niece, Mrs. N. H. QuiKgins Eloise Hendrick had charge of the Lucy and Cecil, of Kingswood and ooo 5v program and the subject for the even- - Miss Floy Butler, of Louisville, and Mr. Harry Darst, son of Mr. and and nephew. P., E. Rhodes, of this was "Christian Education". After while here' guest of Mrs. Wm. Darst, is in Louisville, place Wm Darst. was also a Mav am i '"8 "suai uusmess session, a social Miss Valar Goff, of Spring Lick Mrs. Mrs. las. Mrs, N. spent Sunday with Mr. where he has accepted a position in Miss Lizzie Bcavin. hour was spent and Mrs. Marvin C Fentress and family. 'and electrical engineering. Shrew-berrthe "now" Y. W. A. Memorial day was observed at the N. H. Quiggins and daughter, Miss bride, who was Miss Kathleen Squires, Eskridge graveyard by several relaMiss Martha Reid and Miss Tena DRUG STORE THE was made the honored guest. The tives and friends, who strew flowers ' T ih Hlr,ol, etfirlfarit .m.. ef ..i. Corine. Miss Christine Ballman, Mes' 7"" A'.v-.- . .afcwuw mircve w tn. srs. Murriel Beatty, Jas McGovern, members presented her with a gift in on the graves of their loved ones. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY jcwisu nuapimi, uuisviiic, arc spcuu !. tiT.tt. Marion Weatherholt and son Forrest, linen. L'"8 Inr tlA?.. tf - . rrV c Mrs. Frank Kiper, of Short Creek, Those present were: Reid's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. were among the. number who motor- - Willis, Maydee Chapin, Misses Martha spent Sunday here with relatives Lillian Dugari, red to Tell City, Sunday p. m. to .sec Miss Nannie Cannon, of Madrid, . Reid. Eloise Hendrick, Margaret Wroe and ' the ball game between that city and Ray Lewis Heyser. Mesdames Mar- visited her sister, Mrs. Ferd Fentress .ie .Mr. .and Mrs. W. I. Worden left Rockport. week. vin Shrewsbury, Carl Brittian and last ', : .Fvriday for a three weekf trip through Mrs. Ferry. Edward Gregory has returned from .inaiana ana win visu in oaiem, a trip down the rivir where he went derson and Newx Albany. advertising the Water Queen show LEWISPORT SUFFERS DEFEAT ON THEIR HOME "Mr. Harry Newsom went to Bowl- as far as Lewisport. This is. the second ing Green, Saturday and returned trip Mr. Gregory has made for the DIAMOND, SCORE 8 TO ,5. Sunday evening with Mrs. Newsom show boat, as last year lie billed it The Lewisport ball team suffered and daughter, Miss Margaret Newsom up from Troy, Ind., to Derby. jiH-Bkb9another defeat on their home diamond who were the guests of M.rs. New- c som s sister, Mrs. Hugh B. Donald- Miss Frances Rhodes, of Addison, by the McQuady team by a score of .Llr-son- , and Mr. Donaldson, wfoMeft some days ago for Chicago,1? toT J c wens did excellent pitching WiWft ' ;!! rftmoln Jr. but the McQuady boys rU,r hnvinrr Til .. .. will like ...... '' Miss Mariorie HudsDcth. of Green ivuiiu iiiiu uu u. !i. 2MH:M accepted the position she rejsigncd on fn..i !.:. AM iiic uiii inning uiu ran VfOTM-rtn39ssville, Ky., was the guest of her "Sunt,- coining to Kentucky oyer a ye- -r ago. in 3 scores and from then on he was Domestic Mrs. J. R. Randolph, and Rev. Raneasily hit. Galloway did excellent work ooo Ai ,dolph,the first of the week. Col. H. M, Beard, of Hardinsburg, for the McQuady boysr for the first blend! f B three innings. When he was relieved is in Frankfort, this week. t Mrs. Earl by Budde. Owen who was forced to Y .Summers, Jr.,Summers and .son, Earl Hb jmfr gM of Henderson, are the P be relieved at the end of the Cth jHa-PV,Ktf & rfwBBMiitjTjj x 'IHIBMBliB. P guests of Mrs. Summers' aunt, Mrs. HILL1 ITEMS inning on account of strained should'Geo Crist, and Mr. Crist. Miss Christine Keil has returned er. Then Bill Mattingly finished the ,' ooo Jf. ' X' 'Miss Ann Hambleton, of Merryville, from Louisville, where she visited game with perfect ease and witho'ut another score being made. Hultz did V,Iia;, and Sorgho, Ky., is the guest of Miss Annie Murray Ferry. Xfs-Aft" nr - lust excellent catching for the McQuady i&jh'er' sister, Mrs. Charles E. Lightfpot, Croush did some beautiful children, from Addison, spent Sunday and Mr. Lightfoot. f: ood "F . her sister, Mrs. C. K, Kay and with eacn sidejvas at follows: Pyde Morrison and children, Mr. Ray. ,'j Mildrjd and Wallace Morrison went In these items last week we stated Lewisport Jackson, S. B.; J. A. layior, c. rant. Jto Louisville, Sunday to spend a few that Loyd Powell has moved from B.; J. Holt. We shbuld have- said Lovd ? F.; J- Taylor, 3rd Griffin, ' ' ooo Griffin. R. Pell. L. F.; W. W5T Powers yHMrs. John Weisenberg was. in Miss Lelia Tucker returned from C; Owens, P.; Fallen, Umpire. Stephepspprt, Sunday the guest of her Vincennes, Jnd Friday where she had McQuady D. Jarboe. S. B ; P. 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hanks. been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mattingly, S. T.: M. Miller, F. S.; H. 5t ? Burl Parson, who with her baby, Mil- Jolly. 3rd B.; Joe Miller, "C. F.; B. V iMrs..Htigh Atkinson and daughters, Mattingly, iL. F ; Hultz, C.; H. Burndred Bernice, returned with her. Misses Margaret and Nancy Atkinson, F.; Owens and Galloway, P.; Miss Cecil Simons White and Miss ett.-R. arm .mmmim mvarywht '; 6f'Bcr,wiri, Xlll. wfio have been visiting, itfcirntificllynhdpackmjf Hilda Sudreth, who graduated from A. T. Beardi Umpire. , jfin Henderson, Ky., arrived here Mon- - the Tobinsport High Schpol, last Innings ot 3 cit"H'; or lea pack- cigarette-contentme- nt never got 13 3 (300 a tirmltet) in tgUt: day afternoon for a visit with Mrs. 8 McQuady have WLWLLLWKLLLLKLLLm carton. Wm Atkinson's mother, Mrs. W. H. Bow- - week to take gone to Oakland City( Lewisport as Camels hand 3 'trongly thim Ind., 10013 0000 "a business course, carton for the homa or ofHom mer. R. Jolly, Mgr., McQuady. J. Robt. Wilson came down from upply or when you travel. ooo you. Camels quality and Mr, Paul Compton, of Louisville, Louisville, Saturday evening to see . BILL WOULD CUT SALARY REYNOLDS blend of choice who has been" in Owensboro for the Mrs. Wilson and children. and choice TOBAQCO OF PRESIDENT TO $50,000. H Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jackson and past few days left yesterday afterson, Charles Edward went to noon. rOwensboro Messenger. Washington, June 3 A bill provid .. j Ky., Monday. Mr. Jackson was oao goodness possible ,$Miss Mary Joe Mattingly spent the a delegate from the K. P. Lodge. ing for reduction of the salary of States from wek-en- d in Owensboro the guest of They expect to be entertained by his President of the Unitedwas'jntroduc-e$75,00p to $50,000 a year d tJjjr" 'sister, Miss Agnita Mattingly. uncle, J, E. Satterfield, and Mrs. today by Senator Smith, Democrat jSliss Irene Bubenzer returned to Mrs. Sallie Morton has returned tGa.)' Senator Smith also introduced a reher home m Rome,- Ind- - Saturday Urom Qwensboro, and rented part of after a week's visit with her uncle, rthe tlouse on- th'e Hill occuoied bv solution proposing an amendment to Camels mellow-mildne- ss is the Constitution which would limit Mr. E. M. Wedding, and Mrs. Wed-,and Mrs. Emmit Sinnle. JJBgr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ray have decid the President to one term of six years. where ! Murray Prvor. and ed to move to Rockport, time. Tie Mr. R. C. King Tells a Wonderful SMr.i and "Mrs. freedom tiring has been at work for some ..kughter, Dorothy 'Lucile, of Howell, Mr. Charlie ,Loyd went to Cynthia, Story About Rats. Read It. lefive no ciga-ret- ty a iu., are we guests oi .oirs. "Fo.r months my place was alive Saturday to return with' his family,-whparents, Mr, and Mrs. SJC. Wheatley. have been visiting Mrs. Loyds with rats. Losing chickens, eggs, oo o feed. Friend told me to try Margaret Rhodes, of McDan- - mother, Mrs, John Ferry. t Mi cigaretty odor ! I did, Somewhat disappointJoe Allen, Jr. of Camp Knox, came Mr. P. E. Rhodes, and. Mrs, Rhodes, Saturday to see his' Barents. Mr. ed at first not seeing many dead' rats, was the guest oi ner nepnew, Home but in a few days didn't see a live 'land Mrs. Joe Allen, Sr' --ftitu-;. Give Camels every Air. mien Miner accomnanicu uv one What were not killed are not !m oJ P sure ?M Ozzie Davis, of Woodrow,' his sister, Mrs. Porter Atwood. went around my place. puff-for-pu- ff compare with IMS. -S BKn VIS11IHK UlC VSl IllUlllll to Louisville, Sunday. Mr. Miller re-- 1 does the trick." Three sizes, 25c, 50c. blend . evening. Mrs Atwood and guaranteed by turned cigarette in world I , W Mattoon, 111., and St. Louis, is will, be in the" for several: days with' $t.0O, Sold Co, Cloverport, Ky.;Conrad B, F. Payne & gone VSwtd hojne the kttec part ' of this Mr. Atwood's brother, and family. r Beard & Co, Hardinsburg, Ky. tk, !mkttirf Hue SOCIETY ITEMS Interest Boyle-Wilso- ooo Oxfords and Pumps I IpgiiiMtTjptggigj I ;' Clov-crpo- f c ! ooo lr N O: f Strph-enspor- t. --- ; ,teflwml $lmiimx ooo ooo fitr J r Vi-rt- ,..e J. C. NOLTE & BRO. J -- Vt- -t I 1 - T , . nj.. - Dryden-Weatherho- ooo lt. ht- ! Bf Fiction ooo - in-tl- ie j T d I . our window Popular Zane Wright, Churchill, wright Fiction. Harold nd San-da- $1.00 PER COPY y,- WEDDING'S UP-TO-DA- . T . ,T. y?,j fflrn .ooo tn-..41- -. J 0 As sure as you are a foot high you ---- &uMtf2fjlB' Vf H- o-- o-o- . ht . ooo ..JplPUMB e this Camel Turkish and Kfs'iMF!slft9tr -- . caHH-KSnBmSt All . o T 'if .Mrs. ' 'b Jc 1 1 - "' ! ! 5 ". - i; ftk expert -- fl I - ooo 450789T 000031040 such nMSHnfl jBMHH HHB W . . Pitje-vill- e, -- Sat-terfie- Turkish Domestic Tobaccos make this and make you prefer this Camel blend to either 4HH BIHKB HnHHH tt ""!'( kindoftobaccosmokedstraight! - 5, f RAT-SNA- P. a revelation! Smoke them with your taste without They unpleasant aftertaste nor unpleasant them test then ;., , RAT-SNA- I M- ar ) 1 any f the J4BtsaaF LxXXXXXXXXXXXXm --Q iy '!- - t s, ?Vift K '",' ' - 4 tn4 yt- - o THKBRBCKEKKIDOE mmffmmm j ' ae j NW$, CLOVBRPORT, fBHTUCKY i im tth . i :g ir-- Exceptional Values For Spring Buyers In WILSON'S EARLY JUNE SALE Special Prices On New Millinery Never before have e nude such radical reductions In our millinery department, as we are going to offer at this time. Heretofore we usually wait until August to make such cuts, but now we propose to give our customers the benefit of It early. Choice 'of any untrimmed hat In the entire store in values up to $3 00 for only 08c. Think of it. For anly OSc you get really high grade stuff in all of this seasons best selling numbers. These come in a variety of shapes and straws, materials that are good enough for high class trade. Tale the pick of the house. Choice of any untrimmed hat in the house in values up to $!00 for only $1.08. Never has a merchant in Ohio county ever had the nerve to make such statements. We realize that they sound unreasonable," but come and see. You get choice of our really finest shapes. T.icy carry t.u s.yle and quality of the average city stores $10 00 shapes. For those wanting the but, you will find it In this lot. for 10 of the guilty of before. should have been most sensational cuts on staple stuff that we have ever been The late, backward spring finds us with a lot of stuff tfrat moved long sincet and to make quick wdrk ofit, the fol- -; ' ' lowing prices, become effective on the above stated date. " . ONLY days, beginning Monday, June 7, we are going to make Beautiful Line ot Ladies' Waists At Special' Prices We have a beautiful line of voiles, silks and crepes. These goods and really priced tinder prices that we offer, therefore, low Indeed. ladles shirt waists fn are all this season's today's market. The will the exceptionally Astonishing Reductions on All Strictly New w SILK WAISTS A dandy sel- - Ladies', Misses and Children's Slippers Right in the midst of the buying season finds us slashing prices right and left on strickly new slippers. We wonder if it's good business to do so. Our stock is too large, and it must be reduced, hence we have therefore decided to put the knife to it right now when people are really wanting these goods. ectlon of beautiful silk waists elegantly tailored, of' good quality of silk. This Is our regular $3.50 quality (sold by many at $4.00) bui while they last during the 10 days, they can be had on this ' Special sale only $2.69 GEORGETTE AND CREPE De Chine Silk Waists A beautiful line to select from ot the very newest designs. These come in beautiful range of color Ings, and the Very newest designs. These can be had during the 10 days sale In values' up to $10.00, on this TRIMMED will HATS be greatly every trimmed hat JUST RECEIVED Yes TWO EYELET TIE Fashions very reduced in rrice. Not a single one will escape the knife. We propose to make haj while the sun shines. Big lot latest and dressy as can be. Ma.de of high quality kid stock in the very latest last with Louis heel. This slipper sells in city stores for $12.50 (our price is $9.00) but during this sale we are offering LADIES WHITE SPORT SLIPPERS These come in an assortment of finishes. They are designed for correct fitting and make a neat appearance. The rubber soles make walking a pleasure. They are made of high grade Sea Islandxcanvass. Values upto $2,50 of midsummer hats. These are beautiful new goods, and will also go at reduced prices. The above millinery prices will be void after sale. BLACK slipper is On special sale only $7.90 KIDSKIN OXFORD This heels and dress sole, the straight tip, vamp and lace stay are neatly finished. It has the style of a very high priced slipper. It's our $5.00 leader, but can be had during this smartly designed with slender Louis For only $1.69 LADIES WHITE SPORT OXFORDS Special sale only $7.69 EXTRA SPECIAL This is - Patent Leather Shoe Special Here is the greatest shoe bargain that we have offered. Read every word carefully and then Act Quick. We are going to place on sale a big assortment of patent leather and patent vici shoes, in buttons and laces, in low heels, medium heels and high heels. These shoes come D and E lasts, and fit the foot perfectly. They are of high grade workmanship, perfectly made in every respect and are strickly iirsts in every sense of the word. There is not a cheap, shoddy shoe in the lot. Some are worth on today's market as high as $10 00 per pair. To make quick work of them, you will be permitted to take choice. You can't buy a common sheep shoe at this price. Your Special sale for only $3.98 COLONIAL PUMP For this stylish Heresis a real classy slipper, It's trimmed with fine white kid stock, has white sole to match upper, and the stock in this slipper is of very fine mercerized fjrmly woven cloth. It will give excellent service and retain its nice appearance also. It's cheap at $3 50. N for choice of our. Crepe De Chine of Georgette" Silk waists in values up to $0.00. These come in a large selection of patterns and all are of the very newest resigns. We are carrying a large line of colorings, and all are exceptionally well made garments. Just think of a beautiful silk blouse of this quality of materials on this You may now have them at $2.69 Special sale only $3.98 eer new patent leather dres's pump, we have a price of $0.75 but on same, we are going to allow you a saving of $1.77. It's made of rich patent leather, with fancy beaded buckle, dress sole, Louis heel and has the appearance of a $10.00 slipper. LADIES WHITE SPORT SHOES TAN PUMP Now only $4.98 Made of soft brown kid These coriie in fine quality of white shoes, neatly trimmed, of high class appearance, and have excellent service. They have all the style and grace of a very high priced shoe. They' are exceptionally great values at this price and may be had during the 10 days sale at reduction Ladies' Goat Suit Specials During this sale only, we are going to quote a price on one lot wool serge coat suits, nicely made and neatly trimmed. These would be very cheap indeed for $20.-0- 0 to $25.00. finish leather, with graceful Louis heels, dress sole, a handsome colonial buckle and elegantly finished throughout. Why pay others from to $6 00 for same slipper? $5.00 $3.50 values special sale price $2.69 $2.50 values special sale price $1."89 BARGAIN TABLE SLIPPERS We ' Special sale $13.98 each We have a assortment of coat suits ranging in prices up to $50.00. We can fit and suit those wanting better grade stuff in suits that not only are pleasing in price, but of materials and tailoring to suit the most critical Really we can save you big money on coat suits. very-larg- e Choice for only $2.89 Special $3.98 really a $6.00 value, in one of the newest dress . oxfords. It's made of sofe vici stock with slender toe, smartly perforated. Has Louis heel and drss sole. This slipper" makes a handsome appearance, and will stand close inspection. Ask for it. VICI KID OXFORD Here is Specials in Toilet Articles This is the season of the year when all are interested in such items. Note these prices carefully on these well known brands and then act promptly. have placed on our bargain counter all the broken lot slippers in qir house. These will be offered to the trade atvvcry great reductions. All slippers that are now on our counters will be lowered in price and many new ones will be added to the counters-- . Don't fail to see these as they will afford some real bargains. SLIPPERS For Misses and Children. i PALM OLIVE as high as 10c per bar. SOAP Sold by some Sale Special PALM OLIVE VANISHING Too well known for further comment. It's regular 50c sixe can be had for the next 10 days Special Sale only 42c only 7Jc CREAM Don't forget that wc have a very large selection of Misses and children's slippers. All these Special $3.98 of course will be 'reduced in price. only a few numbers on which we are making special prices. ReThe above items represent member that every slipper in the house will be greatly reduced in price. We propose to move them and do it quickly, so don't delay, as really we are offering unheard of values in this department. Ladies' Xeddy Bear Suits or Envelope Chemises These come in silk and silk crepe de chine. They are very1 swell garments and dainty trimmed. They are high class merchandise and for those wanting something real nice, these garments' will please you. $3.50 Value for $2.50 $5.00 Value for $3.50 , PALM OLIVE 30c size. The name I'alra Olive tells the story. It's the FACE POWDERS R-E-A- -D Special 'Sale only 22c EXTRA SPECIAL ' R-E-A- -D MELBA Special Sale only 42c MELBA FACE POWDER New fresh stock of these goods. The 50c size- other very high grade powder. It's the 50c sue TALCUM POWDER An- we will sell Special Sale only 42c WILLIAMS Another well known powder. While they last in the 23c size TALCUM POWDER To those of our customers who makd a purch ase of as much of $5.00 or more during this sale, 2 pair of ladies black 25c hose for 24c pe r pair, orlO lbs. of keg soda for 10c, or 10 bars of good laundry soap tor lOc. ir you make a purchase of $10.00 or over, you may have choice of anv two of the above three items, or if you make a purch ase of as much as $15.00 or over you may have the three items as offeredi However, if you want for in stance 30 bars of soap (on a $15.00 purchase) all of one single item, or dividinc it as vou see stead of the three items, you have the privilege of u fit. Groceries purchased of us .during this sale, will n ot be counted as a purchase to get the above special items. Any of the three items sold outside of this d eai, win De sold at regular prices. m-si- Silk, Serge, Poplin Dresses In these we propose to clean up the entire line by quoting a price that will appeal to any interested in this class of merchandise. A special dfscount of 25 per cent will be allowed on any of these dresses. Act quick at this offer. Special Sale only 17Jc Extra Special Bargains in Specials in White Dresses A great big line to select from. A big range of prices and an elegant assortment of .styles. We are showing a very swell line of this stuff, and we want toshow you this. These come in voiles, organdies, India linens, etc. They are artstically trimmed and fit perfectly. Choice of anything in the line at 10 per cent discount during sale only. Spring and Summer Dress Goods SILKS, . We claim to show one of the largest and most .complete lines of dress goods in Ohio County. We realized long since that our people demand a better class of goods and larger selection than is usually carried in' country stores, and for this reason, we have selected a very large line of all the popular cloths from the very cheapest to high class merchandise. However, during this 10 days of selling, we are going'to make some very sensational cuts of staple cloths. We are adding; to our already large remnant department a big lot of, new items. Everything that goes on this remnant counter, will be at less than regular price and practically everything at very much less than today's cost. Every item will be found to be a bargain. Remnants will be found suitable for ladies and children's dresses, waists, skirts, aprons, etc. See them. Special Remnant Offering TAFFETAS, MESSALINES, Hosiery Specials Our line of hosiery is from 25 to 50 per cent below today's market. That sounds like a broad assertion, but it's a fact nevertheless. Read these special prices. Etc., of high quality. We make a specialty o! these numbers, and carry a large range of colorings. These cloths are going to be especially prices during this sale. They retail at from $3 00 to $3.50 by most merchants. Your choice at this WHITE ORGANDY A very., fine else- weave of highly mercerized cloth, full 40 inches wide in high grade material. This cloth retails regularly where for $1.00 per yard. (Our 85c number.) Special sale price per yard 73c Dress Skirt Special We are showing one of the largest lines of dress skirts that we have ever offered to the trade. These come in silks, messalincs, serges, poplins, panamas, etc., and elegantly tailored and have the proper hang. These garments were contracted before the heavy advances, and are therefore being offered at a less price than others. However, we are going to make special reductions In this line, and will allow a discount ,ol 10 per cent on any skirt that you may select. Special .sale-pric- WHITE VOILE per yard $2.15 These are excellent e SILK GEORGETTE CREPES We LADIES WHITE SILK HOSE Here values and cannot be bought on today's market at near the price that we own them. Our regular 50c value at is a stocking that we will positively save you 50c per pair on. We owned It before the heavy advance and will allow you the saving. It's worth today $1.25 per pair. Special sale price per yard 42c are showing in this cloth a line of colors that will please most anyone. The quality Is of high grade, and retails elsewhere for $3.00 and $3.80 per yard. Our price during this MARSALLES In these cloths, REPP OXFORD Special sale price per yard $2.35 Special sale only 75c LADIES WHITE MERCERIZED Lisle Stockings Here Is another number that we can save you 50c on the pair. It's positively worth today $1.00. Special sale only 50c we show you the snappiest line of skirtings that we have ever shown. They are of wide width, very highly mercerized, close and firmly woven, and of 'materials that are fine enough for the most critical. These are our $1.00 leaders. Here Is real merchandise. As a very special during this 10 days you may have it at SILK FINISHED SQISETTE Full, 3G inch cloth of highest quality. This cloth is positively worth 75c per yard, and later you will pay this price. We have a beautiful line of cotorings. The next ten days Special sale price per yard 79c SILK CREPE DE CHINES In here you ,will find a very high grade material. This cloth Is being retailed at $3.00 to $3.50 per yard by the largest stores in the country., We have a beautiful range of patterns in all the new spring shades. While they last. Special sale price per yard 50c WHITE DQTTED SWISS A very Special sale price per yard 98c WHIT.E MADRAS SHIRTING Here Exceptional Apron Special One lot only of percale waist aprons in near stripe, with bound edges. Would be worth today 25c. Special Sale only 10c fine dress material for those wanting something fine. It's In medium sized dots and cloth firmly woven and of fine texture. It's cheap at $1.25 per yard. Grocery Specials Don't judge the quality by the prices, as we offer 'nothing- but strictly standard goods regardless of price. These prices good for 10 days only. CRACKERS-Fre- sh Special sale price per yard $2.35 arid nice. Per lb. 16c BLEACHED COTTON A full 30 inch Special in Dress Lengths We will, as a very special during this sale, place before the 'public, one. of the most remarkable values that We have ever shown, in dress lengths only. These cloths are made up of plain and, printed voile, lawns, ginghams, percales, suitings, foulards, In fact most all kinds of dress materials. Each pattern is cut full length, so that there need be no skimping for the cutting of the dress. They are made up of some of the prettiest patterns ever shown. Hurry for these arc sure enough bargains. Made Into three lots. Choice Lo't 1 $1.08 Choice Lot 2 $1.38 Choice Lot 3 $1.98 width closely woven cloth with smooth even finish. On today'i market it would be cheap at 35c per yard, although It's our 30a number, You can't duplicate it anywhere Is a very fine quality of cloth for high grade shirt waists etc. It's closely and firmly woven yet does not possess the heavy bulky appearance that many cloths do. It's full 30 inches wide, and is today really worth 75c per yard. NAVY BEANS dirt and. trash. Sound and free from Special sale price per yard 22 SUMMER SILKS The regular 50c l-2c number everywhere in the couniry. Very special during the next 10 days. Don't delay. Special sale price per yard 48c a real bargain WHITE ORGANDY-It- 's Special Sale price per lb. 8Jc MATCHES Full 500 count. Per box St BLUING Mammoth Sky or Jumbo, 3 packages, during this at this price, To put life into the sale we are going to offer our 75c leader quality at Special Sale price 10c COAL OIL Strictly fire proof, lilit 5 gallons to customer,' Special Special sale price per yard 39c Special sale price per yard 63c ROLLED the 15c quality. OATS Sale price per gal. 80c Full sized package, H. WILSON & COMPANY GENERAL MEHCHANBISE CHEWING packfges during thU , Special Sale price per box 12c GUM Fresh and pure. 3 Special Sale 10c You know what it is. this PUTNAMS DYE Per package. dri FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY j Special Sale 7c V , tm Cdps Won't Help Clbse Ban plains Dairymple. "" y . THE BRECKENRIDGB'NEWS, CHICAGO WIDE OPEN ADMITS DRY CHIEF Com- CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE r Dr. O. E. HART 9,000 IMMIGRANTS REACH HERE IN ONE WEEK TENNESSEE LARG- - .WOMEN IMMIGRANTS NOT SERVANT GIRLS. ArriveFabcries8k work in VETERINARY EST BATTLESHIP ,May -- SURGEON Will be in HARDINSBURG, KY., on the FOURTH MONDAY IN JUNE For Sale-O- ne orders not tp enforce the prohibition law," continued Major Dairymple, ".but I do know they arc not cooperating with me. If they were saloons would not be open. The police arc countenancing the situation. "Chicago certainly is the ideal convention city of the country. You can bet a dollar against a cancelled ptist-ag- e stamp that the Republican Convention will outdraw the Democratic Convention in San Francisco five to one in point of visitors. you know why don't ask me." RANKS SECOND HIGHEST OF G. A. R. OFFICERS. Rev. H. C, Truman, of Fordsville. was elected senior vice commander of the G. A. R. Dept. of Kentucky at Fifty-eight- Chicago, June 3, ''Every saloon In Chicago is wide open," said Major A. V .Dairymple, prohibition enforcement chief of the Central District, today. When asked ,the reason why the Major said, "Because the police will not cooperate with me." "I would not say they arc acting on " " t York. Foreigners Cost $20,000,000, Manned By to New United Mates at are coming the the Crew of 1,420 Men. Handate of the year immediately preceding the world war, but there are no "Would Have Been More Had somely Furnished servant girls among them, according There Been Ships to Carry to Superintendent Percy A. Baker, of Ellis Island. Them Said Supt. Baker. one-thir- d super-dreadnoug- ht ! Southern Optical Co. Incorporated PERFECT- - FITTING i Hark, ye 'discontent! able herald the horizon. pessimists and hosts of The sure and unmistakof better days looms on The immigrants arc com-ingl is cpming to reenforce our labor market,' to helo build un our industries and to. share with us in the good things of The vicious circle is about to be made into a square deal. A mighty army of workers, looking to the Western World for reHef from sorrows and sufferings and enforced ildencss, this land. Good Milch Cow J. R. ESKRIDGE Hardlniburo. Kentucky h annual encampment the of that organization, recently Thus he ranks second highest among the officers of this society in Kentucky. A Safe Investment TAX FREE IN KENTUCKY B. F. Avery & Sons lfo First Preferred i . Stock i. This company hris a history of nearly one hundrpd'years of successful operation. Price, 9754 and Accrued Dividend Complete circular on request. W i ' w ; i ", , T- - we recommend this stock for Investment st James C. Willson & Co. Almstedt Bros. J. J. B. Hilliard & Son Hennlng Chambers & Col Fidelity & Columbia Trust Co. . ' LOUISVILLE, KY. : , i Penned in for five years by the war. the immigrants who would have been here long ago are now scizint? the chance to come. Undaunted by the prohibition amendment, they are clamoring for passage on all the steamers that sail from Europe What they seek is opportunity not inebriation. Their coming will mean a severe disillusionment fcSr the prophets who told us that to exile liquor meant to shut off immigration. These are showing the world that whiskey it not the prize they seek in this broad land of freedom. Immigrants arc coming in such numbers, according to Superintendent Baker at Ellis Island, that the inspection force is inadequate. In one recent week 9,000 reached this port. There would have been more, Air Baker declares, if there had been more ships to carry them. Nine thousand immigrants with their productive capacity mean more for the future welfare, of this country than many cargoes of pure gold They are the very class of labor for which the country is starving. With work waiting to be done on every hand, the laborer in this country, enjoying high tfrne IU piVl.tJ n( itiTT tliitlfT ...... IIU(JM i.i.l nlftithr VlililWIJUllllgl lino qeen fooled into believing that the, advent of a new paradise was imminent; an era .in which food and raiment would be wafted down like tfianna from heaven, without so much as the lifting of a finger to produce it. But the fallacy of high wages and decreased working efficiency is iboiit to be relegated to the litnbo of forgotten dreams. Workers, producers, toilers are coming. Men who have wanted to work, but have had no tools men unafraid of toil, who will show us again that from the ground which swallows the human ashes, may also be wrested sustenance for the human body, to chase away the artificial plagues that are upon us This country should welcome the immiirrants. for their own sake and for ours. They need this country to give then? the opportunity they could not find at home. This country needs thpin to nnsh forward its develonment; r. ...r. . . . work and to restore the equilibrium of our economic structure as badly shaken by the war. New York Sun and Herald. ncw-comme- rs to-da- y. SPECTACLES "Persons who think the servant New York, Jimc 2. The EYE CLASSES Tennessee, the largest problem is going to be solved soon deand most formidable battleship afloat, '' will be disappointed if they arc Kryptoka Artificial Erea immigrants went into commission today at the pending on the women Scandinavian Inrl.lbl. Bifoc.l Un from Ireland and the Urooklyn Navy Yard. Constructed countries," he Southw.at Com.r 4th nd Cfcastaot Sta, here at a cost of $20,000,000, she re- of these women said last week. Plenty LOUISVILLE. KY. arriving on every arc presents the last word in battleship boat, but they turn up their noses at is 625 feet long, has architecture. She labor. a beam of 08 feet and a displacement the thought of menial getting They have their minds set on work of 32,500 tons, JEWELERS and OPTICIANS those manuShe is the next thing to a pleasure in factories, principally as candy and facturing yatch in the comfdrt of her appoint- women's luxuries such finery," ments for officers and men. She is Mr. Baker docs not think prohibienthe first battleship to recruit her anything to tire personnel from the St.1tc from tion has immigration do with the slow Men and women whirli it take its name, anil she ren rate of their own countries You've a Watch or resents advantages taken from les-- 1 arc needed in In Poland the need he sons learned in the battle of Jutland now, men said. Fine Jewelry That is great, and hundreds of for and other important naval battles of Poles in this country are now returnNeeds Repair the World War . ing to their new republic. Mall them to us and our "Fighting Brain" New Feature expert workmen will mnko This last special feature which dis- library for enlisted men. Shchas a thi-ilike new. Itcturncd tinguishes the Tennessee from all printing shop with a linotype mapromptly. chine and presses on which a daily other units of the United States Navy is the highly organized "fighting newspaper will be printed. The TenBroken Lenses brain," inclosed in a steel fort near, nessee is the first battleship to ,he e camthe top of the forward mast. Here equipped with a Duplicated arc concentrated devices for 6bscrv-in- g ' era. She will not actually be put into We nre Opticians, who enemy ships, a device not known service until August 1, when she will in the Battle of Jutland; enabling the sail on a practice cruise to Guanta-nonmanufacture our own opCuba. Her present crew of crew to quickly asscrtain the positioh tical goods. Mall us any of enemy craft. Special devices are Tennesseans number 031. broken lenses and we will installed in this turret which enable replace them. Eyes exthe crew to quickly train the ESSENTIALS IN CANNING. amined free. guns on the eneiny before the crew of any other battlesh'ip "The essentials in canning fruit and known could even sight the Tennes vegetables L. Son are these: see. This new device consists of three Fresh products, pure water, care, decks and their fighting complement 648 S. Fourth Street, is twenty-fiv- e men. cleanliness, good jars, "live," standLouitville, Ky. By special signaling devices, con- -' ard rubber rings and sufficient heat nected throughout the ship, reports Nit OarfWu Location from this fighting top can be flashed to process the products thoroughly in instantly, to all parts of the ship, thus the closed container. insuring instant correction of range and rapid fire. This "fighting brain" FOOLING WITH HEALTH SERIOUS is filled with mechanical devices for inrange finding and other delicate struments never before used on a batI bavo frequently asked druggists We take it in all cases where a blood tleship "What do you push in a blood medi- medicine is needed, no matter in The answer usually came, what form it shows itself and we cine J" Control of Speed Important Point. "The kind I can mako the most get splendid results in rheumatism, important feature in the Another money on." My answer has always catarrh, constipation, kidney, stomach construction of the Tennessee rs her been "Not me." I have succeeded and liver troubles. I firmly believe if electrical control of speed, enabling pretty well and I have always recom- everyone would begin in the spring and her to quickly change from her ca-- 1 mended the one that I had found by take "Number 40" they would escape pacity speed of twenty-on- e knots to cxperienco to bo the best and the one malaria and fevers in all forms. J. C. an almost inperceptible motion. This 40 years druggist, I would be willing to take myself or Mendcnhall, Ind. The best adruggist is considered an important point from of my own family, Evansville, in five to members the standpoint of maneuvering. never offered the public a your neighborhood sells dumber 40, The Tenessee is believed to have medicine that we do not use at home. but if it happens that he docs not, send been built with more care for the This is why I can offer "Number 40 direct to J. C. Mcmlenhall Medicine comfort of her crew than any otherl For The Blood," with a clear con- Company, Evansville, Indiana, and re-- , battleship in the world. Her size science; we have not only tried it on ceive it delivered to you at $1.25 per makes possible spacious lockers, baths thousands of others, but on ourselves. bottle, six bottles for $7.00. and recreation quarters. She has a Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE handsomely furnishdd clubroom and AND I-Fu motion-pictur- n, four-teen-in- ch Huber & ! r I tT ' : KENTUCKIAN ENTERTAINED IN ILLINOIS: 1 (at the Haynes farm half way between Custer and' Garfield, on new Custer road. He will serve mares at $12 to insure a colt, money due when fact is ascertained or mare traded. ThcAldjf Gray Jaqk will stand the present season BIG TOM Humbolt, III., June 7. (Special to The Breckenridge News) The Misses Basham entertained a few of their friends- - Thursday evening, June 3rd, at. their beautiful country home, in honor of their recent guest, Miss Ozzie Davis, of Woddrow, Ky. Delightful games were played on the lawn. The party consisted of the following: Miss Davis, Morris Bolin, Dorthy McNary, Roy Barnes, Ethel Barnes, Alvin Redmon, Abbie Brown, Cecil Beaver, Mary Guilt, Dale Reynolds, Daisye Brown, Roy Sweeny, Elizabeth McNary, Horace Bolin, Marie Barnes, Ottis Sweeny, L,orena Basham, Leslie Harold, Nancyc Basham. Robert Barnes and Harold Brown. MISSOURIANS AFTER NINE YEARS. REWED Cleveland, After traveling more than ten thousand miles to join her husband, from whpm she had been separated suice the day of their wedding in Corea, nine years ago, Mrs. James Oak, formerly an instructor in the Methodist college in Corea, arrived here to learn that the Orental nuptial ceremony would noe be legally recognized in this country. The couple then procured a license and made preparation for their American marriage ceremony. Your Old Corn Field Can Again Be Made to Produce Big Corn Crops You can make fields that have been repeatedly cropped to corn again procjuce the old time yields. ' The remedy is not expensive and consumes no time. It is applied , WILSON'S SHEEP SHEARED; WOOL GOES TO S. ARMY. I J Also my saddle and harness stallion, King Eagle, will stand at the same place and serve mares at $10. King Eagle sired by Old King 1417, Grand, sire Old Chester Dare No. 10, he by Black Squirrel, he by Black Eagle, he by King William, he by Washington Denmark, he by import Hcdgeford. First Dam Dollie Eagle, and Dam Emma Diamede, third dam King by fancy Lord Wellington thoroughbred. Eagle's mother is by Red Eagle No. 541. He is 15 years old the Oth day of May1. 1920. He is a decendant from, the great Denmark High' lander family. KING EAGLE Washington, June 3. Under com- jiuiaiuil i fcsiuciii vviiauus tiui.iv ui prize sheep exchanged their winter coats today fpr summer attire. The flock, which now numbers 20 sheep and 22 lambs, yielded 185 pounds of wool, which will be given to the Salvation Army. Last year the yield was presented to the Red Cross. Hi, the prize ram of the flock, which invaded the White House offices last week, is serving a term of solitary confinement. -- under similar conditions in many sections. Stop in our store the first chance you get and ask us about applying fertilizer at the same time the corn is planted. We which, becan show you a sides dropping the desired number of kernels in each and eyery hill, is equipped with a fertilizer attachment that successfully distributes any standard fertilizer. corn-planter successfully and extensively It drops the fertilizer without any choking up or bridging of fertilizer in the hopper, and it does not let the fertilizer come in contact with and fire the seeds. Don't overlook the "accurate-planting- " features of this planter the instant variable drop. A kick of the foot and the drop can be changed to 2, 3 or 4 kernels per hill, as desired. A push of the foot lever and the planter changes instantly to drilling, or back to from and you don't have to get off the seat nor touch the seed plates to make these changes. attachment can also be furnished. It plants peas at the same time both corn and fertilizer are dropped. hill-droppihill-droppin- g, Pea-planti- ng NAVY BEGINS WORK ON ITS BIGGEST GUN. Washington, June 2. Construction of an 18 inch naval gun, which will be 2 inches greater in bore than any weapon now afloat, has been begun by, the Navy Department. Ordnance officials said today the weapon Was only in an experimental stage and that the question of whether it would be, feasible to arm naval craft with it still remained to be .worked out. , Handling of shells for such a gun and other elements of weight and bulk offer new problems in naval construction, they said, which remain to be solved. Success is spelled with a capital S, and so is Saving. Saving is the foun dation, of Success. Come in and see our John Deere No, 999 Corn Planter lHl i It is claimed by Mr. M, C. McCormick owner of King Eagle sire and Grand sire that they are the most noted showed and bred horses in Kentucky. BRING YOUR MARES FORDSVILLE FORDSVILLE, PLANING MILL COMPANY KENTUCKY JAKE WILSON, Managtr D. H. SMITH GARFIELD, KENTUCKY B. AGfe I 6WENSBORO TO BE i SECOND-CLAS- S THt BRJCCKKNRIDOK CITY, Ap- NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY junm PAPER CRISIS DUE TO FOREST WASTC Sec. MANUFACTURERS SHORTEN HOURS RECEIVER ASKED ' Together for an American Merchant Marine PmH The war resulted In Um t a great merchant marine 10,000,000 tens ef AHMrimn ships which cost m $,000,000,000. g Suburbs' Annexation Gets Court proval; 4,860 Is Added. FORPRODUCTSm rtiptcy Filed Against O'boro Meredith Says Three-fifth- s of Timber is Gone cities of Kentucky today Judge petition in bankfiled against the Owensboro Products Company by four foreign creditors in the federal court in Louisville, accord nK to a statement made in the Owensboro Messenger, Saturday morning. The petition asks for the appointment of a receiver It is understood the efforts to have the company thrown into bankruptcy will be contested The Owensboro Products Company was organized" more than a year ago and occupied the Rock Springs dis- tilling plant in Owensboro, where it carried on a mixed feed and canning business. Lash summer some of the farmers of Clovemort furnished the Products Company with tomatoes, and onlv re- ccntly the farmers 6f this vicinitx rein working hours in. its worsted de- - ccived tomato plants from the same years fivi , AW,ail riiv .a'i Secretary Meredith indorsed the nartment. affecting 3.500 emolovces. comnanv to sunnlv t nth tomatoes position taken by the. Forest Service cssary for more city school buildings Pne cur,a''nicnt virtually amounts to this year. The tomatoes are shipped day week in this department. ' from here and all points on the Kcn-that the fundamental need is a nation- - . "cerecicu ami .t, present ones en 'a four ,. ine of mcrchantsnot to buy tucky and Indiana sides on barges policy of reforestation with en- The ' manufactured goods under the pre which are owned by the company. largcmcnt of the national forests on vailing Tiigh vices was given as a a wide scale and legislation wnicn win It is stateo that when the company TAFT'S reason. enable the Forest Service to cooper was organized practically all the stock DAUGHTER TO MARRY was sold rmong business men of ate effectively with the Stats in stop ping forst fires and growing timber YALE INSTRUCTOR. Lwensooro ana especially wealthy farmers, several of whom bought up State and private laud. TOto $10,000. $15,000 or $25,000 worth. New Haven, Conn., June 1 Mr A solvent. and Mrs. William Howard Taft today, THIRTEENTH YEAR LOCUST Tf"PTAT Officials say the concern is ago the weeks About three the EXPECTED LAST OF JUNE. announced Miss engagement of thei plant closed down on account of the daughter, Helen Taft, dean of shipping conditions brought about by Columbia, Mo. June 4. The thirteen Bryn Mawr, to Mr. Frederick Johnthe the year locust, or "periodical cicada," son Manning. Mr. Manning is an in- Civil War Placed Ky., in Lead. ing switchmen's strike and maderesultfreight embargo, and prewhich already has appeared in various structor in history in Yale University. Produces 35 Per Cent of parations for the canning season. He was a member of the class of 1010 sections of the South, will be more Whole Crop. tliissummcr than ever, ac- in Yale and was until September, cording to Dr. Leonard Hasenan. 1019, a First Lieutenant in the Field COMPULSORY VOTING Artillery of the United States Army state nui scry inspector and professoi Virginia led in tobacco production lM e engagement was reported a of entomology at the University of. month ago and was denied. At that in 1839 with 34 per cent, or more A Law Wanted For Citizens Who Missouri here. Neglect IUIUI. s. Ul l IIC IlUUUIldl iiidii The visitation will extend from the time Miss Taft was on the iacinc . tIicn Civil War placed Kentucky in I .1.- 1... ...on .L.. Southern border of Iowa to the Gulf, lu"tTo the New York Sun and Herald: ' l will take place in V,e '?? The Dr Haseiiian says, and will appear in Canada marriage nrnhnhl, the whole Crop We are all much interested in politics ?c.Cll 40per In Ilv. f,.rrav at swarm from about June 15. This lead has been held to the nre just now. We Shall continue to be in "These pests," Dr. Hanseman adds, Bay. Quebec, where Mr. and Mrs.- sent time, the average for 8 terested until Tuesday, November 2. Taft usually spend part of the" sum- being 35 p"er "are absolutely harmless to crops and cent By 1899 Virginia On that day a comparatively small mer. vegetation, but they do attack young had fallen behind North Car6lina also number of our 110,000,000 people will orchards." when the latter State produced 15 elect a President and a Congress fpr 'The Rats Around My Place Were per cent of the total crop, but North the rest of us. Thereafter for two Wise," Says John Tuthill. Under the ruling of the Treasury Carolina did not continously hold sec years we shall sit around and utter Department persons can make wine ond place until m more recent years. profane remarks about the stupidity t con"Tried . everything to kill them, in me live jc.iia, ivii-imand cider an their own premises .IV.V.UIU- - ui me (.undress ciccicu ior taining not more than one per cent, Mixed poison with meal, meat, cheese jng t0 estimates by the Bureau of' years we shall, some of aim who lour us are of acohol for home use Elizebeth-tow- n etc. Wouldn't touch it. Tried s Lrop estimates, North Carolina not going to vote at all, condemn inside of ten days got rid of News was 18 per cent and Virginia's the rresiuqnt who may be elected. all rats."You don't have to mix P 11 per cent which placed the latter One of the first duties of citizen with food. Saves fussine. Qliln tl.ir1 in rrrn PlurincT tl. C9t11 ship, that of voting, is dodged by ' fn,',,tii ni bother. Break a cake of nu;n v,t,i :. ,.,;!, great masses of our citizens In large lay it where rats scamper. You will , ,.ni imi ; r,ipr fiin,J,i cities, and particularly in New York, ' '1ree s'zcs' 5Cj ?en(i l"i0re guaranteed by-- 'Conrad nsylvania with 4.5 per cent, Wis- - men do not vote because as soon as 1 00. Sold and I am prepared to test your eyes and COnsin with 4 per cent. South Caro- - their names get on the Voting list ' S Iov.e.rPrt' K;5 B- , line with 3.5 per cent and Connecti-- , they are called up for jury dutv, and "f s n ...u furnish you glasses, or a prescrip.. es average men, particularly active busi- -' cut with 3 per cent. J tion for glasses. Satisfaction guarncss and professional men, dread jury GOES FROM ONE EXSTRAWBERRIES A duty. Negligence in the matter of reganteed. TREME TO ANOTHER. MONEY CROP. istering keeps- other .thousands away Jrom the polls. The politicians vote, ., . . A Fort Worth Tex., saloonkeeper, t ., alL of them, and sonic of the people S. SPHIRE DR. D. .vote. . As our Government rests on the Hardinsburg, Ky. place a rn'mnnt instead am! Bol so !K votes of the neonlc. why not comnel decreased about .. i, t. iuv.ii uauuuaui. iiiai ut uvtkii iu five years, but valuation has been j all of', the people who are citizens 'to 'taKc a live, interest in it, put in im- past maintained, owing to the upward do their duty one day tn the year by provements and has paid an income going to the polls and voting? 5, tax on $00,000 after what he says was trend of prices in recent seasons Of Compulsory voting would force peoeach, pro of year s worl: of his life. 4.097.214in crates commercial strawberry Pie to take an interest in politics. In the pleasantcst the Now he says he doesn't favor even duced season, 3,432,817 the present circumstances, when a ' TENNIS RACKET light wines.and beer. Bostoii Globe. shipping area last in may vote or not, as he sees fit, the early and crates were krowq shipping sections, com- - t s notoriously the case that the ' LIMIT ON PHYSICIANS' the citizens best qualified to pick prising 1C States south of LIQUOR CERTIFICATES and west to Missouri and New Jersey most desirable men for office out not do Texas, and vote at all. We guarantee best service and quality Washington. In an effort to de- including California. About cf a million crates were used 'The forcing of all citizens to take a testringmg tennis rackets, SenJ in feat the "indiscriminate, sale" of liq- direct interest in the candidates pre-- 1 your racket to us for quick service uor on physicians' prescriptions, Com- commercially for juice, preserves, sented might raise the standard of the canning, and other manufacturing anil reasonable prices. Write for missioner Williams of the Bureau of purposes. public service both legislative and exprices anil full particulars. Tntrnal Rfvpnilf iccuprl a rulinrr Incf ecutive, and there seems to be considweek limiting the number of permits! erable need of that just now. A NEW RAFFLES allowed tn nnv niivsir.an in Vnn fori D. A. ASHBY, The other daV a lady and her daugh-caus- e New York, May 31 Edward S Little, each three months, exept with "good No. 820 E. 7th. St. " i ter who livo in a service flat in town Owensboro, Ky. IS. THE GOWN ESSENTIAL? rcceivd by post two stalls for a theatre, an accompanying note run Nearly every woman thinks that if TRY A WANT AD TODAY. ning: .i'crhaps you will guess... from she had wavy hair and a $500 . sown.' ...whom these come. Hope you will have she could do just as good a job of a pleasant evening." They used the vamping as the sirens in the movieS. Weymouth News. stalls, enjoyed the play extremely, and returning home found their flat ranWhy in time can't we have a sacked by burglars. And awaiting them wa another note: "Perhaps you little Methodist weather to can guess now who sent thd tickets." change the atmosphere? Lowell Courier-CftizeFrom the London Chronicle. Washington, June 2. The high monstrance of a number of citizens of timber and newsprint paper Is due of suburbs against the recently passed Boston, June 2. A four days a week in no small measure to decimation of annexation ordinance It is estimated schedule for the mills of the American ...!!, i Woolen Coinnanv. effective imtnedi- the forests of the East, Secretary that the population of Owen t was today be increased by at least 4 0.00 inhab-'atF'- y I mins win ueannounced today. The Meredith informed the Senate ciosea tront i nursuay Hants. night until in transmitting a report by the Forweek Un-The 1010 census gave Owensboro satisfactory Monday of each conditions1 and uncertain est Service. a population of 10,011. It is under"Scarcity of timber in the Eastern stood that the W20 census will show tnrougnout tnc country, oue largely to railroad congestion, was given as the States is by no means the only cause between 17,500 and, 18,000. The surburbs annexed were Seven reason for the curtailment. of. high prices," said the Secretary's Hills, Beuna Vista and the south- The American Woolen Company t lit .. tacts remain tnat w,twn suburbs The Citv Commis employs 35,000 operatives in its fifty . three-fifth- s original timber of . of mills in New England, New York and ?"" the United States is none and that we1' P- Pennsylvania, A fifteen per cent, wage " increase for all of these employees be- are using timber four times as fast p "''n' rf as we are trrowine it, in the suburbs. They now enjoy elec came effective yesterday. The report estimated that 2,2lS bil- trie lights and water from municipal Mills on Four Day Week. lion feet of timber js left in the United plants. States, and that there had been no Manchester. N. H., June 2. The A bond issue of $2,000,000 will be marked change in the concentration of submitted to voters for building of a Amoskeag Manufacturing Company timber ownership during the last ten complete sewer system. It is estimated today posted notices of a curtailment Conditions. Curtailment of Work in Amer. W. Slack, in Circuit Court, handed Woolen Mills Co. cost down a decision dismissing the reR. Srjll;r;h.J"lr:v3,J,"! ""'! Crete' Involuntary Petition in Bnk- Products Co. An involuntary ruptcy has been cren , k Bk 1 "."E"?," ,'.ni(i1, "?' n'" th-i- t .. ?""' on the seat. If we fall hack to condition when only 9, per cent of ear foreign trade was carried ln Americnn&hlps , We shall be In the poeftleB ef kiprtment store whose goods are delivered In Its cempetlter'a wagons. Congress I considering legislation which will perpetuate, lt our merchant marine. Until this la dene the ship we have should net be aeld to face. condition! whleh, prler te the war, resulted In the deellrle of eur merchant marine to' Inslgnlffeanoe. v This Committee Calls attention to these facts because a right solution of 'our .shipping problem Is vital to the future! prosperity of shipbuilding, but equally vital to the safety, and prosperity of the nation. Send for free espy of "For an American Merchant pre-war Everyk4y agrees that we must .keep this fleet war-bui- I I Marine." al Committee of American Shipbuilders 30 CHURCH STREET, NEvVyORK CITY 'DALLUrnUUUlsllUll KY. LEADS IN t) flfl( TVDT1 - Try. News Classified Ads for Results , i I uiic-imr- u, The-Poll- I I 1 ' .7 C- -i w 1914-191- flJilfc.K vV.'iM MWfTA mm mmstmwimmmr m 1H ',' '; wy, H : o, I RAT-SNA- P, tra-,cti- RAT-SNA- RAT-SNAP- .1 I - p. , r f -- ''"'' - F-- II I - ... Give "Her" a Bank Account , r.ii one-na- if ZE For a Wedding Present When a man marries is the' time to open a bank account for his wife and make his life partner his BUSI' NESS- partner. -- i I - s , mid-seas- n" RESTRINGING three-quarte- rs Then she will take an interest fn his business and be a help to him! She will therrecononiize and be a friend irjdeed in time of need. . . v. Many from her.savihgs haskept hitting the rock of financial1 disaster.'" from We invite, YOUR Banking- - Business. -- . jFop garment GOLDEN RULE SPECIALS FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. .1 1 Good Quality Light Colored Ginghams and Percales. Only a few pieces left"; per yard 25c Children's Socks ; sizes 5 to 25c Children's Socks ; sizes 5 to 9 9 - - - - 35c --1-- This Week 50c rd-h- ot 1 ' 91 n. . Men's Balgriggan Shirts and Drawers; in all sizes- - per Dollars Saved Buying Genco Light ill i from Men's extra size porous knit Union Suits - $1.50 Men's Athletic Union Suits; nainsook - - $1.00 Men's Cottonade Work Trousers - - - $1.50 Men's Blue Overalls; splendid values - - $1.75 Good QualityPercale and Chambray Bungalow Aprons ; in all sizes. Cheaper than you can make them ; each - $1.25 Ladies Good Quality Voile Waists in several different styles. Sizes SO to 4G; each $1.50 Men's and Boys Straw Work Hats - - 35c Misses Straw Play Hats 35c Men's Shop Caps in White or Black - 15c Men's and Boys Ties; large line to select ------- A Self-starting ; . - l II 'iml, Km I im . Genco Light is a dual purpose plant. A Farrns Service Engine to which a line shaft may be belted, running, machinery. -- Tl . . An Electric Light Plant Much Larger Than the Average N 4 ' -- Genco Light runs machinery direct from pulley andline , . ' shaft. A No motors are rfecessary. four-in-han- d. 25c 3Hk GROCERY SPECIALS One Bar Palm Olive Soap 10c IGal. Can White Syrup $1.00 We still have a supply of Army Canned Goods on hand Come and buy these goods while you canThis will be your last chance. THE SQUARE DEAL STOR- E- Figure For Yourself Add to the price of plants with no driving pulleys the price of motors necessary to buy in order to run machines. TWO IN ONE AT LESS COST GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY i MORGAN BROTHERS, Agents STEPHENSrSKT. kV. " t K ,f " f ' r ' im r'Tn'i pfn- i mm&m.mitviwvummmfmqm m . a H FZSd