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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER TOMATOES ON ONE VINE AVERAGE ONE AND HALF LBS. EACH. Ten tomatoes growing on one lbs. plant and averaging 1 each, is the proud record Mr. Wood Wcathcrholt, of Tobins-por- t, has for his gardening this summer. Mr. Wcathcrholt experimented by cultivating this one plant out of his crop. He trclliscd the vines and watered the roots during the dry spells, and these large tomatoes were the fruits of his labor. One tolbs. They arc mato weighed 2 the "Trophy" variety. 1- -2 1- -4 1920 8 Pages No. 10 B. iP S. OPENS ORDAINED A BAP- - M. W. A. BARBECUE 8 FEET MONDAY, SEPT. 7 Attractive Booklets in Interest of County School Just Issued School Offers Two Courses of Study. Booklets announcing the faculty and giving desired information concerning the Breckinridge County High school at Hardinsburg are right off press from the print shop of The Breckenridge News. These booklets are to be used in securing prospective pupils for the school this year, and the data for them was compiled by g the County School Superintendent, J. Raleigh Meador The Breckinridge County High School now meets all the requirements of a first class county high school. It offers a four years classical course course and the of four years which gives Vocational Agriculture, has .a library equipped with TOO volumes of books, a splendid faculty and a ltvely Association. One big event in this schoolastic Smith-Hughes TIST MINISTER DRAWS BIG CROWD Byron C. S. Dejarnette Takes Estimated Nearly 2000 People Vows For Ministry in Hard- Attend; Jas. Frank, Holt, insbug Baptist Church. Draws $1,000 Chevrolet Car School-mat- e Delivers PRIZE WINNERS. Ordination Sermon. Saturday, Cloverport was the scene Mr. Byron C. S. Dejarnette, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dejarnette, of for another barbecue, the first one Hardinsburg, was ordained into the since the days of the celebrated MaBaptist ministry at the Baptist church sonic barbecues and those given by in Hardinsburg, Sunday Mr. Dejarthe St. Rose church, which has been nette took the examination for the ministry Sunday morning under his about five years ago. This year mempastor, Rev. E. B. English and he bers of the local order of the Modern stood very high in the knowledge of Woodman of America gave their the faith and doctrine of his church. Two of Mr. Dejarnette's school- initial barbecue, and while the crowd mates were present for the ordina- didn't equal the ones of previous bartion, Rev. Adams, of Bardstown, and becues, it was estimated that there Rev. Martin, of Owensboro. Rev. were from fifteen hundred to two Adams delivered the ordination ser- thousand people here. mon on Sunday afternoon and Rev. There were visitors from all secAdams preached in the evening. tions of the county, and from parts of Mr. Dejarnette will begin his sec- Hancock, Meade and adjoining counond year in Georgetown College this ties, who made it a home-comin- g fall and after graduating from there event. he will go to the Southern Baptist Local members of the M. W. A. Theological Seminary in Louisville were the Committeemen in charge of the affair of the day, and the festiHe is in his twentieth year. Mr. Dejarnette is president of the vities begun about the noon hour Boys Conference in Breckinridge when the barbecued dinner was sercounty and was in Cloverport in Aug- ved and continued throughout the ust and presided at the Boys and afternoon and long into the late evenGirls Summer Conference. He has ing Arnold's Military band was on been doing supply work among the the grounds furnishing the music for Baptist 'churches in the county dur- the dance pavillion which was the ing his vacation. popular resort for the younger folks. In the afternoon the prizes were disposed of to the lucky ones. The giving away of the $1,000 Chevrolet 6 INCHES TALL AND WEARS 24 SHOE BIG ATTENDANCE Arriving on board the Olympic at New York City, Wednesday, was a man by the name of Eugene Arcean from Europe. was in the steerage and he was so tall he had to sleep in an isle. He towers eight feet six inches and wears 21 shoe. A match for him was Miss Gcrty Mills, eight feet one inch tall. They were a party of circus performers on their way to join a circus in the West. AT ASSOCIATION About 800 Messengers and Visitors Meet at Macedonia Church in Co. Baptist Ass'n The Breckinridge Baptist Association, which met with the Macedonia Baptist church near Rockvale, on Wednesday and Thursday of last week, was attended by seven or eight hun- Ar-ce- an 1ST. DIVISION ON RECRUITING TRIP Members of Famous "Fighting First" Camp in C'port Two Days Enroute to Daviess County Fair. 92 TEACHERS EN- ROLLED MONDAY County Institute Opened With Good Attendance ; Prof. Baker and Dr. Carr Address First Session. The Teachers Institute convened at Hardinsburg on Monday morning with an. enrollment of 92. Miss Coral Whittinghill was elected secretary of the institute. Prof. Geo. M. Baker, of the State University, who will have charge of the work for the entire week, gave a short outline of his idea of what an institute should be. and the part the teacher should take in the institute. Dr. John W. Carr. Director of Physical Education for Kentucky, had the principal part in the program for the afternoon. The question of sanitation, in both school and home, was stressed and plans given by which the teacher may assist in introducing a health program in each community. Setting-u- p exercises for pupils of all ages were given and teachers urged to give the work in the school. n State Superintendent Geo, M. is expected to be in attendance Wednesday. A number of musical numbers will be presented during the week by local talent. Among the nuinb.crs already arranged are a violin solo by Miss Virginia Beard, vocal solo by Mrs.' R. R. Compton, a duette by Misses Mary Larue and Eula Beard, and a piano duette by Misses Genevieve Col-vi- Parent-Teache- rs I 1' ' B 0, One hundred and forty soldiers with eighty-fiv- e horses, several trucks and year will be the Fair, which is announced for Satur- alltheir camping paraphernaliar march day, November 13. Pupils from all er through Cloverport, Tuesday morndown over the county are to take pari in ing about ten o'clock and on pitchthe fair, and especially in the exhibits to Oglesby's grove where they of agricultural products, various forms ed their tents and will spend two days of school work, etc., for which prem at this point. The outfit includes members of the iums will be offered. The school opens September 7. famous 1st Division, who were known overseas as the "Fighting First." They are in command of Capt. Holmes and MISS GIVENS COMES Camp trip RECOMMENDED. are out on recruiting they from go to WELL will Taylor. From here for car created the most interest. Alone Miss Lucile Givens, who resides Owensboro to be there next week i about 5:30 the last chance was sold. Daviess County Fair then return with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. the camp. the box where the lucky number was A. G. Rowe, at 123G West Chestnut to The "Fighting First" has an interto be drawn from, was thoroughly street will leave tomorrow morning esting history. They were considered shaken, and little Miss Eleanor Marfor Cloverport, Ky where she has the best trained men in the A. E. F. accepted a position as teacher in the and were the first to go overseas and Engineer Friel States Third tin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Martin, this city, was blindfolded and Cloverport graded school. Miss Giv- thousPlan For Cloverport Bridye drew the number DIM. The one holdto return home. the ens nas Deen attending me western and last their men paid Three supreme of ing the duplicate number was James Kentucky State Normal school, where sacrifice and nearly all the the surHas Been Accepted by of Thomas Frank, of Holt. He had she made a splendid record and was viving ones came home wearing the Government. bought the ticket late that afternoon. highly recommended by this institu-- j decorations for French Chances were sold on one hundred tion to the Cloverport school. She gallantry War Crosse and bravery. Engineer F. W. Freil, who is with pounds of granulated sugar, but the has many friends in this cjty who came here The recruiting wish her success and happiness in from Hardinsburg. outfit are making the survey party for the Federal owner has never been located. They Highway which is now located at Fiddlers Contest, prize $2 knife, her new place. She is one of the the trip by land. Danville surveying a route from Ward Galloway. prettiest, most attractive and bright- - j Richmond to Hickman known as the Finest couple on ground, prizes, est young women in the city. Daily Central route, was in Cloverport, Sat- umbrella and necktie to Miss Betilah TWO IRVINGTON WOMEN News, Bowling Green, Ivy. Beavin and Heron Jones. APPOINTED TO A MEETING urday. fl' yds. Girl throwing In speaking of the Federal HighMARRIAGE LICENSE IN SALT LAKE CITY. way through Breckinridge county, Mr. gingham. Alberta contest, prize Pate. ISSUED IN AUGUST. Largest woman on ground, 5 pounds Friel made the statement that the Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 27. Governor Marriage licenses issued in Breck- Morrow today appointed delegates to delay in letting the contract for this sugar, Mrs. L. Keenan. Prize Winners. inridge county during the month of The Farm Women's National Con- county was due to the fact that the plans for the Cloverport bridge had Prizes awarded were: August were for the following: City, been rejected twice. He said three gress which meets in Salt Lake $1,00 Chevrolet car won by Jimmie Gordon Cox to Stella M. Ben- Utah, September 7 9. Miss Elizafor nett; Gabel Pruit to Sylvia Nichols; beth, Pepper. Miss to Christine Rey- plans' been a bridge over Clover Creek Frank, of Holt, who held the lucky submitted but on account number. oscie Miiieus to Bettie Hall, bamuel nolds, Frankfort; Mrs. James Gar- had Prettiest baby under 2 years, gold S. Sturgeon to Sallie Stillwell; Perry rett, Pisgah, Mrs. S. T. H'enning, of the depth of the foundation the A. Kiner to Victoria Bell Sermon; Shelbyville; Miss Lillian Headley, government wouldn't approve the ring won by Geo. Powell. Jr., son of has first James Hockman to Esther Cathlem Miss Mary E. Sweeny, Miss Sun- been two plans, but the third one said Mr and Mrs. Geo. Powell. year, gold approved The last plan is Prettiest baby under Webb; Percy Voyles to Mary Hall; shine Sweeny, Lexington; Mrs. C. L. Gabe W, Sandage to Dora Still, and Chamberlain, Mrs. Lucy F. Herron, to be for a three arch concrete span necklace won by Mildred Bernice Parof special design, and something new don, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burl Ephus Emery to Pearl Fluner. Irvington; Mrs. Mary A. Howard, in the way of bridge building. Parson and granddaughter of Mr. "Henderson, and Mrs. Thomas H. Mr. Friel added he thought the con- and Mrs. Nat Tucker. FIRST VISIT TO COUNTY Clay, Paris. Selling most dinner tickets, 1st tract for Breckinridge county would IN FIFTEEN YEARS. prize Viola Beatty; second prize, $2.50 be let within the next thirty days. Mrs Ella Meyers, who formerjy Corine Quiggins. lived in Breckinridge county, is in MISS FERRY OPERATED ON FOR APPENDICITIS. Stephensport the guest of her brother, BRIEF LOCAL ITEMS WILL BE A LATIN INMr. Roland Smith, and Mrs. Smith. STRUCTOR IN HIGH SCHOOL Mrs. Meyers resided in Chillicothe, While visiting in Fort Springs, W Mo., and is the matron in the Indus- Va., Miss Annie Murray Ferry, daughAlthough he lives winthin twenty Miss Tula D. Babbage, who was in trial Home for Girls, where 250 girls ter, of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferry, of miles of Cloverport and in the same are registered. This is Mrs. Meyers' Louisville, was stricken with appendi- - county, Mr. S. A. Davis, of Woodrow Bowling Green this s'utnmer specialfirst visit to her home in fifteen years ' citis on Friday and underwent an made his first visit here in thirty izing in a Latin course at the State and it is a happy ocasion for her. operation Sunday at a hospital in years when he came Saturday to at- Normal School, leaves Thursday for Hinton. W. Va. tend the M. W. U. barbecue. Mr. Rockwood. Tcnn., where she has a S H'BURG When Miss Ferry's parents re- Davis was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. position in the Rockwood High School as a. Latin instructor. Miss ASS'N TO MEET THURSDAY. ceived the message of her illness they Roscoe Davis, of the East End Babbage taught Latin in the CloverThere is to be a special meeting of left Louisville immediately and were o teach-th- e Asthe Hardinsburg with her! at the" time of the operation. had a regular port High School in addition to The city primary grades, and she is deemed sociation held in the Court House on ane is reported 10 ue improving. fall house cleaning last week. Cart Thursday afternoon of this week at load after cart load of rubbish was an adept Latin scholar. 4 o'clock. Members of the Association ST. ANTHONY'S MISSION carried off by local teamsters and are urged to be present. CHICAGO VISITOR HERE. BEGINS SUNDAY, SEPT. 5. used for filling up sink holes on the river banks. So eager were the team RETURN TO NEVADA. sters to get everything out of the Mrs. Ruth Collins, of Chicago is Hardinsburg, Aug. 28. (Special) Yellow Lake, Aug. 31. (Special) way that they hauled off a pile of visiting parents, Mrs. D; S. Maysey and little daughter, Rev. Father Joseph Odendahl an- - cinders which a resident on the Hill in the county John L. her Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes, of Maysey, of Reno, Nev- , nounced Sunday that his Mission at had just purchased for building a Addison, and sister Mrs. N. H. QuigAnna Hardin ada, have returned to their home after S"t. Anthony's church, Axtel, would walk and had the pile near his front gins, of this city. Mrs. Collins exSept. 5. Rev. pavement. 's begin Sunday morning spending the summer with Mrs. pects to be here until October 1, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. ' Father Andrew, of Cincinnati, of the t e will go The vacant lots about town were and Whitfield, of this place. Mrs. May- Franciscary Order, who is known to rid of the underbrush, and consider- when there through to Evansville part the southern from sey and daughter were accompanied be a very able speaker will preside able amount of good work was ac- of Indiana and Illinois on a prospect by the former's sister, Miss Minnie at the Mission. Services will be held complished by the city council. trjp for purchasing land. Whitfield. at 9 a. in. and 7. p. m. o During the past week many visitor's FREEZING FRUIT LATEST been attracted to the homes of Mr. METHOD OF PRESERVALeon McGavock and Misses Eva and TION FOR WINTER USE. Eliza May to see the Cercus plants in all their glory. Each That the utilization of freezing storof the plants had ten and twelye flowers on them and they were mar- age for the preservation of berries, velous in their perfectness and fra- other small fruits, and tomatoes could be profitably extended is the belief of grance, phases of service We have specialists of the Bureau of Markets, o Mr. Hardin Kinder, who for more United States Department of develop a repurpose: Many ice cream manufacturyears has been haulthan twenty-fiv- e ing freight and express in this city, ers and canners would be benefited by is broadly is taking a vacation in having a adopting practicable methods of holdchange of work He is hauling coal ing such products for manofacturiug from the Hancock county mines. Mr. purposes, say the specialists. five It is pointed out that the preservaKinder's absence off the freight wag-.o- n is exceptionally noticeable. lie tion of fruits by freezing is cheaper efficient service all transactions. is blessed with good health and does- than canning them, especially when n't mind any" kind of weather hence tin containers are scarce and costly Comerioal Banking Trust Business he has hardly missed a day from his as at present; and that the frozen work. His son, Roscoe, is taking his fruit, held at the proper temperatures, Savings Department Safety Deposit Boxes has a more natural flavor than canned place. Foreign Exohange or dried fruit. The experimenters found fruit preserved by freezing to Rev. Father J. F. Knue, of of Federal Reserve System. Mr Jas. Dean, of Glen be fully as satisfactory as fresh fruit Dean, Moorman Ditto and A. T. and superior to canned or dried fruit We Sell American Bankers Association travBeard, of Hardinsburg, were noted for use in making ice creams and among the visitors from over the and for cooking into pies, preelers Checks. county who attended the M. W. A. serves, jellies and other desserts and picnic, Saturday, confections. The frozen fruits after thawing are not well suited for eating Savings Bank & Co. PRODUCING ALL RIGHT alone in a raw state, but are considMaritt at Fourth "Fixing, your car?" asked the pass- ered very platable wheueaten before erby as a grimp man crawled out thy have completely thawed. When Louisville, Kentucky used as ingredients for desserts and fr,om under an automobile. "Nol" responded the grimy one confections best results will be obwith a withering 16ok, "merely tained if they are combined before dabbling in oil." Judge, they are free from ice. School-Agriculture BRIDGE PLANS REJECTED TWICE I I dred messengers and visitors from Breckinridge and adjoining counties. The weather was ideal for the occasion, and harmony good will and enthusiasm marked the sessions from start to finish. On both days, basket dinners were served on the grounds near the church and they were all that couM be desired. The dinners were served in the good old fashioned Kentucky style, which is enough said. Rev English Opened Meeting. The Association was called to order by Rev. Harvey English, Moderator, of Amnions, on Wednesday morning. Rev. English's brother, Rev. Everett English, of Hardinsburg, delivered the introductory sermon. Among the other ministers who addressed the meeting were Rev. J. P. Jenkins, a representative of the State j Board of Missions, Louisville; Rev. E. C. Nail, Cloverport; Rev. Flynt, Steph' of Owensboro, pastor of the ensport Baptist church. Rev Russell Walker, of Hartford: and Rev. Lloyd pastor of the Macedonia church. Rev. Walker, who was the former pastor ot the Stephensport church, delivered a splendid sermon before the association on Thursday afternoon meeting. at the Reports Encouraging. There arc nineteen churches in the Association and the reports from each one were very encouraging. The total of the budget for the year showed ?8,000 expended by the association including the amount raised for the . I I ,t V ?." million campaign. and Grace Brown. Miss Nannie Kincheloc is at the piano for the choruses of the week, j Four churches extended invitations to the association for the annual meeting next year, but the place for meeting was not decided upon. Officers for the ensuing year were all and include: Rev. Harvey English. Moderator; Mr. Joe Fitch, assistant moderator; W. C. Moorman, secretary; Rev. Everette English, treasurer. M. W. U. Session. j Tal-ma- ke DEATH RESULT OF INFLUENZA ILLNESS Lillian Katherine Suters Buried in Tobinsport. Miss Lillian Katherine Suters, daughter of Mrs. Lum McCoy, whose home is on the Hill, died Thursday of tubercular trouble caused from influenza. She had been sick practically all summer. Her remains were taken Tobinsport. to Fridav aftcrnbon where the funeral service was held in the Tobinsport cemetery. Miss Suters was born October 110, l'.iO.'i, and her father was the late Geo. Suters, of Indiana. 1 While the Woman's Missionary" Union meets at the same time of the association yet the meetings are held separate and there was a good attendance of M W. U. members from over the county. Mrs. Everett English, Superintendent presided at the meetings. The women gave $U,077.0j during the year The officers for next year They are: Mrs Engwere lish. Superintendent; Mrs, R. B. assistant Superintendent; Mrs. J T Jones, press reporter; Mrs. F. C. Ferry, secretary and treasurer. DR.-- i FRYMIRE INJURED BY DISCHARGED PISTOL. 1 MISS WROE TO TEACH IN A SOUTHERN SCHOOL. PARENT-TEACHER- Parent-Teache- rs j I I -- are attending the County Institute held in Hardinsburg this week are: A COLD PROPOSITION. Mrs. J. R Randolph, Misses Elsie Our idea of zero in advertising is May, Lillian May, Gladys Hemphill, the Inu'.i undertaker who advertised Christine Ballman, Lillian Buckby, fans, in the1 Mr. Joseph Ballman, and Miss Givens, his profession on palm-lea- f churches Lawrence CKans.') Gazette of Bowling Green. Miss Margaret Wroe left Tuesday for Toccoa, G where she will be en gaged this winter as an instructor in in Toccoa Mathematics the Puclic School where her brother, Mr. Edmund Wroe is superintendent Miss Wroe taught in the Cloverport CLOVERPORT TEACHERS ATTENDING INSTITUTE. Public School for several years and i ....... :i ...t ....iwas iiujJlliat- i..i. uiiiuhk iiijiiia aim uuiu The teachers from Cloverport who patrons. i Frymire. Aug :iO. (Special) Dr. J. Frymire, an aged citizen of this place, was painfully hurt several days ago while handling a pistol. The pistol fell from Dr. Frymire's hands and hit the floor causing it to discharge. A bullet passed through the physicians ankle and broke a large bone. Dr. W. L. Milner, of Union Star, and Dr. Kincheloc attended Dr. Frymire. B . May-sey- , night-bloomi- THRIFT Service DESERVES REWARD This Bank feels that the thrifty prudent saver deserves the highest percentage of interest that can be compatible with paid, sound banking principles. We can pay you 4 per cent, on your savings and time deposits and feel we should do so as long as financial conditions are what they are. We solicit your patronage, offering friendly interested service. many but only one To lationship that Helpful. departments Render thorough Our and on Agri-curtur- c. -a- a Member Mc-Quad- y, Hardinsburg Bank of slier-bert- s, Lincoln Trust 4' HARDINSBURG, KY. ON TIME AJ DEPOSITS 6 SOWINGS Trust Co. V,. PAGE 2 . THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY and Louisville, I SEPTEMBER 1, 1N8 NEWS FROM 'f P- - f 3, I r trs. J. E, Johnson, of IrvirigtOM. after a mouth's visit vacation with her mother, Mrs. Adcllc and Mrs, Parks contemplate going to Miss Mary Brown, of Louisville, were Mr. and Mrs, Vertis Skcto guests of Mrs, Brown's sister, Mrs. was the guest of her father, H. Af California. Connilf. with friends. Basham, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Kirtlcy will of Lodiburg, will have charge of the Mary T. Payne, Friday. Mrs Marcia Mattingly and daughMrs Eliza Board, of Cloverport, ' P. II. Morgan is spending two ter. Miss Genevieve Mattingly, Evans- Idave soon for Pueblo, Colo , where place. was in town last Tuesday Messrs. II. IL Norton and Owen weeks at Dawson Springs. villc, Ind., arrived Saturday to visit they will rcsftlc. Lamar Frymirc, Rev. H S. English. Rev E. S. wilt take his place in the Insurance Parks, of Webster, were in this vicinJ. Y. Bennett, of Louisville, is visit, relatives. ing his sister, Mrs. Geo. Lewis, and Flynt and Amos Whitworth attendity buying stock last Wednesday. Mrs Vera Jarboc and daughter, business. ed Breckinridge County Baptist AsMrs V. A. Skcto, of Lodiburg is M r Lewis Kirtlcy, Elizabcthtown, Lcsslcr Miss Agnes Jarboc, were the guests , HARDINSBURG week-enO.,1 sociation, which met with Macedonia spending sometime with her parents, with Mr.'and Mrs. of Mrs. Jarboc's sister, Mrs. Ollic spent the Mrs Rachel Lay, of Wcstvillc. Prof. V. Scluiltz, Mrs. Schultz and Wilson, and Mr. Wilson, Fordsville, L. T. Kirtlcy. church, last week Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brashcar. is the guest of relatives and friends baby bavc returned from Nashville. the week-enMiss Hazel Koch, having spent the Miss Georgia Frymirc, of Chcnault, here before going to Virginia to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gregory, Schultz has been Tcnn., where Prof. arrived Sunday to visit her has returned hamc after spending sev- spend the winter with her son, II. summer with her aunt. Miss Julia Mrs J. C. McGill and Miss Agnes attending Pcabody College. Ploch, returned to her home in Tell McGill, Louisville, came Saturday to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thomas. eral days with her aunt, Mrs. Ed D. Lay, and Mrs. Lay. City, Tuesday M. L. Bullock. Shelby villc, has Shclmaii. Atty Gus Hrown has returned from visit their aunt, Mrs. Belle Smith Mr and Mrs. Dan Miller and little Wc arc glad to report Mr Isaac daughter, left for their home in Calibeen the guest of Miss Mabel Adkins. Lcitchficld. A large crowd trom here attended and relatives Mattingly's two boys, who have been fornia, Tuesday after visiting relatives the M. W A. picnic at Cloverport, Miss Evelyn Bramlctt will leave Dr. J. C. Sutton left last Tuesday Mrs. Shelton Bishop and baby, of Saturday. Indianapolis, Incl., arc visiting Mr for Louisville, to make his home with Saturday for New Albany to visit ill with typhoid fever for sometime, here and other places. arc out of danger Mrs. Addic Powers and children, Bishop's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee his son, Mr. E. E, Sutton, and Mrs. Miss Evelyn Gross. Mrs. A. M Miller, of Cloverport, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Barr spent of Owcnsboro. arc guests of Mrs. was the guest Friday of her stster, Wade Furrow arrived from WashSutton. Bishop. with her parents, Mr. Powers' brother, O. W. Dowel!, and Mrs Olcvia Lay. Mrs. Ann Hook has sold her pro- ington, D. C, Saturday to visit his the week-enMrs. L Walker and sons, John and Keys, of Lodibtirg. Mrs. Dowcll. Lindsay sister, A. T. Donald, have returned from a week's perly on Second street fto given in Adkins. Mrs. Furrow Adkins, and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mrs. Eugene Conner was the guest Mr. has just received Mrs. W. J. Schopp returned home Monday of Mrs. S. W Davis, MystiC. visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs. McGary. Possession will bemake her an honorable discharge from the U HARNED October. Mrs. Hook will Wcdiicday from the East She was J. D. Uccler, Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. A R Barbcc and future home with her sons, Lawson S. Government. accompanied by Mrs. Thos Barrett, Mrs. Monarch, Owcnsboro, has re- and Dawson Hook, of Louisville. E Barbcc, of Akron, O., arc Dr. V. B. Hunter and family, of of Louisville, who will be her guest Mr. and Mrs. John Miles and childturned home after visiting her sister, spending their vacation with their Sikcston, Mo, arc visiting Mrs. Hun- for a few days. ren spent Sunday in Clovcrport. Mrs C. Mercer spent the week-enrelaMrs. Alfred Taylor, and Mr. Taylor. in Louisville. ter's parcifts, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Joe D Moorman and father, N. G. Barbcc, and other James E. Lewis has returned from tives. Skillman. Henry DcHavcn Moorman FRYMIRE Judge Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robertson, of a visit with relatives in Louisville. D. Mav and familv of Illinois, arc Glen Dean, were Sunday guests of Miss Lucy Whitworth is visiting returned from Lcitchflcld, Sunday. Mrs. Lee Miller is on the sick list tlip mips nf rplntivi Miss Anna O'Reilly has returned lirriv relatives at Tell City, Ind Mr and .Mrs Sam II Dix. from a week's visit with her aunt, at this writing. Rev Hutchison, of Custer, closed Sam H. Dix slipped on the porch Mrs, Fannie Uridwcll, of Louisville, Mrs. John Kennedy, and Mr. Ken- "How We Cleared Our Summer Home Aflc Klnrnfirn Tlrlmnr rf mi.a- - a series of meetings at the Baptist floor at his lionie Sunday morning, by Mrs. Perry. of Rats," nedy, of Evansvillc, Ind. villc, it spending her vacation with church, Friday. (Continued on Page 7) spraining his ankle Dan Macy and daughter, Mrs Mr. and "When we opened our seaside home her paicnts, Mr, and Mrs. II L. Mrs. Mary Mrs. Robert Wcathcrford, MinAnna Hardin, and sister, Miss Chamhliss and daughter, May, it was alive with rats. Bruner. nie Whitfield, left Wednesday for last Several from here attended the pic-- 1 Ruth, attended the Baptist AssociaThey'd gnawed all the upholstering. Reno, Nevada. near Vanzant, in a week with nic at Andyville. Aug. 21, for the tion at Macedonia Miss Helen Howard, who recently We cleaned them out I prefer this rat killer , benefit of the St. Mary's Catholic. Thursday. Wher? you Visit the State Fair-visited Misses Mary Helen and Lucy Kcv. C. L. Bruington left Monday in cake form, no because Whitworth, has returned to her home mixing. it comesdirtying hands and ciiurcii ai I'ayncsvuic. for Wings, where he will hold a reSaves Wc extend an invitation to visit US. Misses Lillian and Ethel Cart, of vival. in Louisville. with Mr. Miss Bess Watlington, who visited plates'." Three sizes, Hoc. byfl.'.c, $l.S3. Shilolf, spent the week-enOur business is to manufacture Mrs. Tom Hunter, of Louisville, Conrad and Mrs. E. R. Cart and attended Mr. and Mrs. Coleman West, Kirk, Sold and guaranteed spent a few days of last week with B. the picnic at Andyville. and properly fit Eyeglasses and Thursday and Friday, has returned. Payne it Co., Clovcrport, Ky and F. Beard & Co.. Hardinsburg. Ky. Spectacles and "the Best You Can The Hardinsburg boys crossed bats, her niece, Mrs. b. II. Davis.Band will Miss Ada Mattingly has returned The Busy Bee Children's with our boys Aug. 17, results 1 to .'I Get are the only Safe Kind to to Cincinnati after visiting her par- Advertisement. meet Saturday afternoon with Misses. in favor of our boys. Mr. and Mrs. Win T. Matents. Wear." Myrna and Rcba Tucker. Mr. John Rollins, of Union Star, tingly IRVINGTON Gray, of J. and Mr. Scott Cart. of Shiloh. were guestA. Mr. and Clovcrport, was the Mr and Mrs. Ed Erdman have reof Mrs. Albert Tucker, John Fullcnwider and daughter, the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Sunday. turned to Louisville, after a visit Miss Lucile Fullcnwider, Little Bend, E K. Cart, Tuesday and attended with Mrs. Erdman's parents, Mr. and Frank Marshall, of Louisville, is visited his sister, Mrs. J. K. Bramlettc, the baseball. Mrs. W. N. Pate. Route 3. visiting his sister, Mrs. Roy McCoy. week. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoc Avitt and two Mr. Ernest Haswcll, Cincinnati, last Misses Pauline Moorman and Eliz- children, spent last Saturday and Sunwho was the guest of his ; STEPHENSPORT John P. Haswcll, several days abeth Hendricks, Hardinsburg. have day with Mr. and Mrs. Wash of Miss Nora Blythc. of Webster. been the guests G. R. Watlington, of Hardinsburg, has returned. Junnie Noble, of Louisville, was was iir town Wednesday. Mr. James Speed and Miss Oma Miss Kena Roberts has returned Yates, Louisville, who have been the from Elizabcthtown. where she has calling on relatives and friends here' Wm. Gilbert, of Owcnsboro, spent Saturday and Sunday here with his guests of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Ami- been under treatment of Dr. Lathan. last week. - 1.3? The ict cream supper at E. R. Cart's family. es, have returned. Irvington Graded and High School Thursday night was largely attended well, who has will begin Sept. lUth. Miss Annie N. Dicckman was the Miss Viola Green week-en- d guests of Miss Carrie Mac been the guest of relatives in LouisMiss May Clay comb has been the in spite of the gloomy night. e Jackson, There will be a public sale at ville, has returned. Cloverport. guest of friends here Parks. Saturday. Sept. 4. Mr. Mrs. Addie Brown and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Henninger, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGlothlan of Louisville, after a short visit with left Tuesday for Chattnooga, Tcnn., Mrs. Henninger's sister, Mrs J. R. where they will reside. Mr. and Mrs iliUillBliUiiriUillElBl Meador and Supt. Meador, left Sat- Jake Kendall will spend the winter urday for West View to visit Mr. with them Henninger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sam Kagan and children, of Sam Henninger. Frankfort, arrived Saturday to visit Earl- Sheeran left Monday for De- her sister, Mrs. A. D. Ashcraft, and troit. Mich. Mr Ashcraft. Miss Elizabeth Ann Hendrick, who Ditto, Brandenburg, Miss Rosa recently visited her cousin Miss Nora spent the week-enwith Mrs. Verda Blythc, Irvington. has returned McGhee Miss Ruth McCubbins left MonMrs Fred Brite entertained at 500 n day for Louisville, to enter the on Wednesday afternoon. Four tables THE COUNTY J d d. I d I bro-Jo- hn d , I T RAT-SNA- P. d I I 1 tf grand-fathe- r, Casli-ma- n. "11 !l ! ti Wal-lac- - I d Spen-ceria- Business College. Mr. and Mrs Frank Hardin, Springfield, Mo, have returned They were accompinied by Mrs. Hardin's parents. Mr. and Mrs John Alexander Mis-- , Anna Lee Bishop and brother Thomas have returned from Detroit, played PERMANENT DENTIST Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. Specializing In Trial Practice MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 20 1606-7-- 8 Inter-Southe- Building LOUISVILLE More Than Years Experience (ID Southern Optical Co. Incorporated PERFECT-FTTTIN- G SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES Kryptoka Artificial Eyea Lena Invisible Bifocal and Mrs. Gilpin. Mr. and Mrs John Akers, Misses Florence Akers, and visitor, Pauletta Cissell, of Harrodsburg. 111., motored to Mamouth Cave. Thursday returning S.aturdav MUs Meda Wilson, the 12 vcar old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. T Wilson. Basin Springs, who has been seriously ill at St Anthony's Hospital in Louisville is ery much improved and expects to return home ma few days Mrs. Pearl Pike and son. James Pike. Oklahoma City, Okla.. visited Mr and rMs. F J. Vogcl, last week Edward .Morrison gave a tacky party on Saturday evening.ovcr fifty guests were present and very much dressed up J. B. Hottcll and New-soGardner acted as judges Miss Annie Mae Wilson and Fred Brite carried off the honors. Stick candy and ginger snaps were served. George m Ton Rhodes. Plain Deal, La., visit-bi- s sisters. Mesdaiucs J. B Hottcll and E. F. Alexander, last week Mrs. CasMe Bush and son, Barnes Drake. Louisville, are visitors of Mr. and Mr.- Tom Thomas E. H Shellman attended the National Jewelers Convention in Louisville, last week. Misses Helen Meador and Delia of Louisville, visited Mr. and Mrs F. S. Sadenwatcr. last Sundav. Mr and Mrs W. II. Gilpin. Mr? and Mrs Herman Lawson. of Corners, left Monday for Soldier, Kans , for a visit with Rev. G. O. Gilpin, All-man, The New Season Opens With Much More Moderate Prices Fine and Plentiful Merchandise at 3 The first of the new Autumn merchandise is here! It has vastly more interest this year than we have ever known beforea vital significance that means much to our pleasure in showing the goods and your enjoyment in buying the things that you desire-- THE ADVANCE OF PRICES HAS BEEN HALTED LOWER PRICES ARE HERE, ON MANY GOODS Yet never have we been more exacting in our selection of our new merchan- dise. Never have we been better satisfied with our achievements in bringing here the best that the market affords, in styles and assortments that we may be proud to offer and you may be gratfied to possess. Day by day, we shall interduce the new things as they arrive. There will constant interest every day, as beautiful apparel and interesting home furnishings take their places for your inspection and admiration. PROUD DAYS FOR US- - Southwest Comer 4th and Cheatnat LOUIS VII J, F. KY. 3t dore Williams, furnished the music. Mack Smith returned to Sikcston, Mo., Wednesday having spent the .summer with his aunt, Mrs. Lon Cowley, and Mr. Cowley Miss Nell Conniff, Louisville, will arrive Sunday to spend two weeks Piggott. Hayden Bramlette and Theo- I INTERESTING DAYS FOR YOU , DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST M nfffira Uniirc Come as often as you cansee everything as it appears with no obligation to buy urtil you are ready, and then only when we show you goods that you simply can't live without, sold at prices that you know are moderate, and the lowest for which goods of equal excellence can be bought. tMm : ""'" " u. m. to 13 m. i p. m, to 5 p. in. Always In office during ofllco bourn Irvington, Ky. 1 ! I ' MAKE THIS STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS DURING FAIR WEEK WPKMACHIMF5 y Both new anil used rauclilnen at greatly roduecil prlcm. Wlilu- ItniRrT fit 337.SO. Klim Prop llial Maclilnoat 917.50. Visit I our tlom uli..n ...1 HVitAfr ifiMirnt jormi triui ntmugiiu hin 4 in i.ouiwnt tim uh in hi rariitmiu hipi-iic- IUj ( nit um.i, Wu or your mucliliu) to u aud wo will return it good a new. Hood practical J I ! j 1 j i ! H K !j E S. W. Anderson Company INCORPORATED I , 3D KENTUCKY We buu, tell, trade and exchange. See us. I Louisville Sewing Machine Exchange I low CM. Machlmu ai at $7.50! l tum. INOTUIL IT. "WHERE COURTESY REIGNS" I! 0WENSB0R0, ROOSEVELT LIKENS COX TO SENATOR JOHNSON. out" has put progressive statutes on the books of Ohio and has carried them is Fresno, Calif., Aug. 24. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Democratic nominee for Vice President spoke, bareheaded, in the rain for 30 minutes at Fresno today. He said that in a good many ways Gov. Cox is the Hiram John-- 1 son of the East and that ' Gov. Cox he said. "Personally, I confess that I cannot make head nor tail of the Republican platform, I doubt if anyone else can." "The big issue of the campaign the question of reastion against ' I 1 : 11j I 1 :j . J .'.ijjaAa A... ' t. , Uti i flu ItftMBiiMir"' TiiMlmirr jifflufi ' ... . h,fM&imr.,-- t irBilttliii ' V . - SEPTEMBER 1, 1920 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE) I, h f i IV i H horses, or sheep, and then proceed to let them shift for themselves will soon earn the reputation of "the man with the undesirable purcbreds." He will find that his wealth is not the kind the banker will recognize. i In some of the d regions of the United States there arc men Bequeaths All of His Property who have stock that is bred well Real 'and Personal LaLaLaLw enough but has been handled in so Both shiftless a way To His Children. Farmer Who Has Well Cared just as well hethat the animals might scrubs. In some of For Live Stock Usually Has these cases the advent of an The will of J R. Critchloe was neighbor has worked a Equally As Much Pride in akakakakakakakakaakkakakiiiiial admitted for probate in the County change of conditions. His Home. In the morc( progressive comuiuni- - Court, Monday, Aug. 23. He bequeath' property, real and pertics organizations county breeders' ed all of his all kinds whatsoever as assicoations, extension workers of un- sonal, and of As a rule, better stock means better have follows: Ida Wilson's children, Cicero, homes and better homes better stock iversities and county agents splen- Robert and Cassya each $lfi0; Ida There arc exceptions, of course, but worked wonders and produced k Pierce's children, Ernest, Sanford E., when you think of the one it is very did results. Hoys' and girls' Louise B. and Laura R. to receive of the other also. clubs have been able to bring reforms $100 each to be deposited in bank until likely that you think that no other agency could reach. they Even if you arc making no effort to arc of the age of 18 years. In e stock or purcbreds Occasionally the older men who have case of the death of cither, the other grow never had very good ways and have you are apt, after taking more pride children arc to receive their portion. in your home and your buildings, to never become set in them arc reachDora Hinton's children, Zeta and Gorcare of the ordinary stock ed only through the kiddies. take better don, $1."0 each; Esther Stillwell's boy Following Good Practice expert can get better on your farm. An Albert, to receive $200. results with less fuel from an old and About the first thing that may be My interest in the Bruce tract of poor heating plant than a shipshod 'done toward getting better stock and land to be equally divided between e out- better homes is to check up on condiperson will get from a Henry and Lettic. The said seven fit. The most money is not always tions as they are and sec the many heirs shall have two years in which made with the highest grade or pure- ways in which they may be improved. to make settlement after my death. MODEL bred animals. There arc sonic men But most people arc not able to make Home tract of land and personal ANEW men, just for us who make really good returns by the best of what they have. A man property to be equally divided beshown. In gray, light in an in- who lets his buildings and fences fall tween my other seven children, Laura, handling good grade animals tan, blue, green, seal telligent practical way. down, pays no attention to rotation Sanford, Henry, Roland, Tom, Lettic ' brown nnd bronzo with The thoughtful farmer knows that of crops, lets his manure leach away and Nick. My sister, America to have light trimmings. the only profitable animal is the into the creeks, forgets or neglects to her support from my estate and buryfor animal. Many a man who is feed and care for his stock regularly ing expenses out of same. W Prepau Parcel Pott not at heart very kind has learned the and lets his wife go out to pump No one of the" seven heirs shall sell lesson so far as cattle arc concern- water and split wood it apt to instill his interest in said estate only to Venhoff&HUIen ed that the exercise of consideration into the minds of his children tin1 one of the other heirs. and gentleness means the saving of idea that nobody is ever a farmer who THREE STORES Will dated July '20, l'J.'O. Witnesses: dollars. Very few men are mean is smart enough to be anything else W. R. Critchloe, R. E. Critchloe, H. 228 W. Market encugli to be mean when they know On the other hand one who maps out P. Pool and T. D. Stone. 434 W. Market it hurts their pockctbooks. Anyone his course and lets no season go by 4th and Chestnut who gets the notion that it pays to without making some improvements WARMER WEATHER LOUISVILLE, KY. give the best possible attention to the in his way of doing things will surely NEEDED FOR TOanimals he has, even if poor, will not find himself getting better animals need much argument to convince him and gaining in selfrespcct and inipor- BACCO CROPS. . . i.: . I.. if ihu stock will yield him lance, nui tuny iu iiuusci! t... iu inu that better-bre- d still better results. community as well. Encouraging Crop Reports From imk Gradual, continuous Good Handling Necessary. Over State. Matches were first sold in the. provement has been practiced for The one who thinks all he needs to many years by the most successfu,' . United States in 1831 for a cent do to acquire fame and wealth is to The Weather Bureau's summary of everywhere. Imk buy a lot of purebred cattle, hogs, proving livefarmers grading up, elim- weather and crop conditions in Kenstock inating the scrub,1 etc is merely fol- tucky for the week ending August 24 follows: lowing the practice of these successprevailed temperature Seasonal ful men' who for years have becw keeping the best and "breeding the except on the last two days, when they were abnormally low. Rainfall bct to the best." It is well known was heavy over most of the liluegrass that a good cow, for example, bred region and the central counties and to a good purebred bull will usuallly In produce a good calf. It is also well moderate in amount elsewhere. has too known that a better bull bred to a bet many localities theresoil is been wet too the ter cow will produce a better calf, and much rain and make the best growth. this applies to other kinds of live for the crops to Higher temperature and more sunOld clothes made to look good as stock. was to emphasize this important shine are needed to stimulate growth It new with the Hoffman Sanitary Steam Presser. One practice that the United Staes De- and hasten maturity, especially in partment of Agriculture, in coopera- the case of late corn which constimachines on the of the latest and most a part of the corn tion with the different State agri- tutes so large Early corn has eared inaugurated the crop this year. market. cultural colleges, crop part "Better Sires Better Stock" crusade nicely, while a large stage. of the progThe to raise the general quality and use- is in the tasseling fulness of our animals. Not only the ress of corn during the week was scrub sire is to be eliminated but the generally very good to excellent. In mature undesirable sire as well, even though most districts early corn will rain. satisfactorily without further HARDINSBURG, KY. he is a purebred. Tobacco is fair to good, having improved remarkable since the rains REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN We guarantee our work to be satisfactory in every began. In some parts of the bilrley BEGINS SEPTEMBER 17. district this crop has been damaged shall have our particular. Orders by Parcel Post to some extent on account of the Chicago, Aug. 25. Senator Harry heavy rains. Cutting of hurley has prompt attention. Send us a trial order. New, chairman of the speakers bureau begun. Tobacco also needs dry, of the Republican National commit- warm weather to mature and ripen tee, announced tonight the speaking properly. Late potatoes are generKy. B. RHODES campaign of the party will officially ally fine. Pastures have fully revived begin on September 17. Speakers will and are producing an abundance of present the Republican cause in every grass. Tomatoes are excellent, but 'county in the country on the opening have been damaged to some extent by day and continue activities until Nov wet weather. Fruit, especially peaches ember 1, it was announced. is plentiful in most districts. Plowing for winter wheat ,has begun, with soil v Wxll'ff in good condition where it is well How a Noted Vet. Gets Rid of Rats drained. Farmers Heed. BETTER LIVE J. R. CRUCHLOE'S STOCK MEANS WILL PROBATED BETTER HOMES older-settle- IVLLB Advanced Showing of Fall Millinery , live-stoc- high-grad- high-grad- well-car- ed vUR new Fall Hats have arrived in time for State Fair Week and are now on display in our Millinery Department. Duvetyns. and satins vie for first place with tafettas a close second, velvets too, will be smart this Fall and Winter. Many of the models have upturned brims and plaitings are still good. Embroideries of silk or wool appear on many of the lovliest models and gold silver ribbons are having a great success. The darker colorings will appeal to conservative buyers, but the new tones of henna and beige are the smart shades. So varied are the new hats that everyone is sure to be suited. See them at their best right away. .!.' live-stoc- live-stoc- f. B-FBeapd Dry Cleaning, Pressing, i fza x. tore CZt It Repairing and Dyeing HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY-- $(h up-to-d- ate J. B. Rhodes Recreation Room Why We Handle The Bain Wagon TX7AGON manufactures have, in the past few years standardized their wagons which J. Hardinsburg, ' smvwtn mm Dr. H. H. Butler says, "I use RAT-SNA- P around my hospitals every three months, whether I see rats or not. It does the work RAT-SNA- P gets them every time. I recommend it to everybody having rats." Don't wait until there is a brood of rats, act immediaely you see the first one. Three sizes, 35c, C3c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed byConrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky., and B. F. Beard & Ky. Co., Hardinsburg, EXCELLENT RECEIPT FOR WATERMELON OR CITRON PRESERVES. h ' On money and credits rests the responsibility for that prosperity, today which alone means satisfactory working conditions, profitable employment for all. important that you keep your funds wisely in circulation as the basis for credits necessary to this prosperity. JACK DEMPSEY TO MEET CARPENTIER IN NEW YORK. Chicago, Aug. 24. Jack Dempsey has made an agreement with Tex Rickard who promoted the fight, to meet George Dcmp-sey-Willa- rd was announced here today by Jack Carpentier, the French champion, it It is highly j Kearns, the champion's manager. WIUV.11 1CI11UI1 CM III JIC3tMt3 Kearns refused to divulge the de- gives it a delicious taste. tails of the agreement, other than to , say Kickard had been given a de- LOUISVILLE FORD PLANT finite length of time to arrange the TO DOUBLE CAPACITY. 111 1. 1 While watermelons are plentiful, here is an excellent receipc for citron preserves made from watermelon rind. It is contributd by Mrs. Crenshaw, of Versailles, Ky. "Prepare rind by cutting off all pink and green. Soak in salt water twenty-fou- r hours. Wash all salt wat- er off, place rinds in kettle cover with water put in small quantity of alumn and ginger and boil until tender. Pour this off and let soak in fresh water over night. Make a syrup of a little more than a pound of sugar to the pound of fruit. Use pint of water to every pound of sugar in making syrup, Drain water from rind well then cook rind and several slices of lemon in syrup until rind is done. When it is all ready to can, put a few drops of has been a good thing for the farmer. The Bain wagon is standardized in every way but the track and it is right here why we favor the Bain for Breckinridge County Farmers. All other wagons are made with the narrow ."0 in. Auto track while the Bain has the old wide (50 in. track which is the proven satisfactory width for our dirt roads. Our wagons are giving the best service, doing heavy work yea our customers tell us they are very light runners. We have them at all times in stock, with a complete line of repairs ready for instant service. PRICES: i j 2 in. Wagons complete, less seat $130.00 Medium complete, less seat - - $145.00 3 in Wagon complete, less seat - $145.00 1-- 2 B. F. BEARD & CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. Every dollar deposited in this bank basis for such credit. 7-- is the Kearns said it was his understanding that Rickard had negotiated with C. B. Cochran, British promoter, said to have similar contract with Carpentier. and that the fight would be held in Madison Square Garden, New York, shortly after Carpentier heturns to this country iu September. fight, Louisville, Ky., Aug. 27. The local plant of the Ford automobile concern will be considerably enlarged, according to information which reached building Inspector Emil Korell yesterday. It is planned to build a 200 foot extension to the present building located at 2500 South Third street, the estimated cost of which is Plans are being prepared $200,000. . FOUR MEMBERS OF GAME COMMISSION NAMED. now. Frankfort, Aug. 20. Governor Morrow today reappointed 'Alanson Trigg. Glasgow, Democrat, to the Game and AN INCREASE OF $1.50. Chicago. Aug. 20, Illinois coal op Fish Commission and appointed three erators and representatives of thej new members; Richard McGraw, Cov- -' miners today agreed on an increase. ington, Democrat, and J. M. Richard- of $1.50 a day for 40,000 coal miners son, Somerset, and Ray Moss, Pinc-vill- e, iu the States. The men a$ked a $2 in- ILLINOIS MINERS GIVEN Republicans. ' crease but agreed to the compromise. Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Harned, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Moorman, Misses Miss May Claycomb. of Cecilia, Ruth and Mary Ann motorvisited Miss Nancy Board last week ed to Custer, Friday Ilarncd. afternoon and Lillian Bell was iu Owens- - ' were guests of Dr Harned's parents, Miss boro, Monday. Mr. anil Mrs. George Harned. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ileuningcr, of, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kennedy and Henuinger, sous, Eliza B. and Lcssic, were guests West View and Walter of Louisville, were guests Thursday of Mrs. Thursday Hall, Sunday. of Mr and Mrs. H. II. Henninger. Mr Isaac D. Haynes was. in Monday. Miss Lillian May, of Cloverport, Mr, and Mrs. Claude Shumate atguest of Mrs. II. was the week-en- d B. Moorman. tended the picnic at Cloverport, SatMrs Basham and children, of urday. Paul Whitworth has gone to LouisKingswood, were guests of her moville, where he entered school. ther, Mrs. Bill Carman, last week. GARFIELD I Irv-ingto- n, f DAVIESS OOUNTY AND BEGINNING. SPECIAL PROGRAM LABOR DAY 130 VETERANS I, U. FROM FAMOUS FIRST FAIR k 6 EXPOSITION ' KfeNttlOtfr.l.. OWSNOR6. BIG DAYS AND MONDAY SEPT, 6 NIGHTS DERBY Mill $600 u4 Eif Mb S. A., AT EAIR 30-Piece ALL WEEK Music by Crack Military Band mi DAY FIVE IACES IAILY War Exhibits and Dally Drills, Tanks and Artlllary RCDUOED RAIL ROAD RATES V TM V PAGE 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, DISMANTLING OF A. R. FISHER'S STORE. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 1, It The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAQE, Editor and Publisher CARTER'S LANDING Father Henry and Father Brey visited Carter's Cabin, last Wednesday. They told stories of their troubles and experiences at college Had the crowd laughing all day. Mike Ketz-nc- r got so tickled he went home with a pain in his side. Herman Miller leaned back to take a big laugh and swallowed a big chaw of sweet tobacco. Pat Jake Murphy Greenwood laughed tilt lie lost his breath. Had to roll him on a barrel to bring him too. June Carter got so tickled he laughed. Old Mull eat so much fried chicken he laughed like a rooster all after- HE SHALL NOT PASS W V k s M i m My text bunday morning was, 1Q90 "Ren,ovc not ,nc ancient landmark." SUCCESS 1876 44th YEAR OF J fcar t,at text has not been used ' often enough in Cloverport. There is SUBSCRIPTION RATES peculiar sadness to me in reading that Subfcriptlon price $2.00 a year; $1.00 (or 6 month; 60c (or 3 months. Butlneit Locals 10c the Fisher store has passed. It was per line and 5c (or each additional insertion. Card ol Thanks, over S lines, chanted (or at not sixty years ago, it must have been the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged (or at the rate of Re per line, money in during the summer of 1870, fifty years advance. Examine the label on your paper. It Is it not correct, please notlfjr us. ago that Lafayette LaHcist and A. R. Fisher bought the drug store of NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDOE NEWS hand it to John Raitt. Mr. Fisher had been a ft friend who is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. clerk so had some knowledge of the business. In 1871 Mr. LaHcist died WEDNESDAY,.. ..SEPTEMBER 1, 1920 of typhoid fever, and Mr. Fisher took noon. the entire business. I left the town We was finishing up a feast of watas a boy in February 1872. For several ermelons when mother rang the dinTHE LEAGUE OF NATIONS years Mr. Fisher has been the only ner bell. Father Brey and Father "The League of Nations is a practical solution of a practical situation. man doing business where he was Henry sang that comic song with time. has It is no more perfect than our original Constitution, which has been amend- doing tobusiness at that visits, aItpoint great gusto "WatermelonIs Isn't In It me, on recent been Around," Fried ed eighteen times and will soon, we hope, he amended the nineteenth, was of contact with the Cloverport that I Whenthis with aChicken Sang corn cake binding us knew. To my boyhood memory Col. pcrfct. It is not No it is Father Henry didn t have a license to the decisions of its tribunals, is suggested, but the method and machinery D. R. Murray was on the retired list d Philo by which the opinion of civilization may become effectve those whoiHYdS,n Wcb' R' bought aitobacco. lo carry a gun so hc brought a long ,.,,," maj, with!Pierce and Duncan had a store a kodak took a few snap shots We seety war is at least within the reach of humanity. Satterficld Uncc wick Moorman, he .., ., k.. nearly every other duly constituted Government in the whole world, throw hove the creek as had also H. I. Mav. u.A our moral force and our potential power into the scale of peace. That such John LaHcist kept the post office in on acc0tmt of company had to post- an obpect should be contary to American policy is unthinkable; but 'it 1."l1l,t.,up.u it P"e ms tr,P- Mr Moorman says ui ujc unugc, wncrc juc kcui s"hKa it may be perverted from under the steps, liowmer and Hamil- when he does come hc will bring his there be any citizen who has honest fears that gun Might get a shot at a watermelon. its plain intent so as to conflict with our established form of government, ton had a store where the bank is At a meeting of the Bachelors Club. now located, and Ulric Farbcr had Wednesday night a vote was taken it wilt be simple to declare to him and to the other nations that the Conrear. Next to stitution of the United States is' in every way supreme. There must be no his tailor shop in the then Hamilton them was Bauldorf's, equivocation, no vagueness, no double dealing with the people on this is- - Skillman & Co., a little further down non attendance. It was decided that they should bo here are the names sue. The League will not die. An idea docs not die which meets the call Billy Smart had a store with the tele-- . of members fined: Orvil Skillman, of graph office in the rear, then McCrea's Cloverport, Sherman Ball, Judge D. Roosevelt's Speech. of the hearts of our mothers." Fiom Franklin book store, then Vest & Walter's Henry DcHaven Moorman, of 'A little later the telegraph office was John Stout, of Mooleyville, WOMAN'S NEW DUTY. moved unstairs into J. D. Babhagc's nml Tfttio f"i rrni1 f W lirtrl Alto Wf ' (lon,t think that rvilIe Skillm.a" wil1 "Secretary Colby's signature to the suffrage amendment to the con- - "",'' !!.?" "ac.".elor '0"B- v.augm mm last stitution completes the suffrage struggle in this country," was the nr;ntincr attachment "A. mes- ' week talking o the girls some more. ,..:. -: ..,:.. u.r .i. umiunau mlc i... XT..:. i f u..,u.. o ,,.., ...i..,... .1,- - .... Sa Lumu rc .... YOU-ALi.. P.t.ul. V1, '""J,'' ,"".",, John F. BcaVin, alias Beechani, alias ODD ITEMS notified of the becretary s act. So it has been a long and brave struggle siuc ot me street, Aianion layior naa p:em, ,,v. onP nf ,U FROM EVERYWHERE a store on he corner. Dr. Newsom Had not ,,een down w;t,, for womankind. tle rheuma. To The New York Sun and Herald: had a drug store a little further down. the Over two hundred years ago woman suffrage first raised its voice in The prominent people of those days tism he would have attendcd Wed- , You print a letter suggesting the infeast at Carter's Cabin. A H. Ncwbcrt, of Rockland, Me, America. It was in 1047 in Maryland when Mistress Margaret Brent, heir are recorded on the windows of m nncHqir has a row of telephone peas more than corporation into our language of T .ef of Lord Calvert, demanded a, place in the Legislature of the Colony as a Methodist church and out, in the ceme- -i T."..!... mnrmnr. as ...a. value nine feet tall. .ir,A , ... una, "You-all- " T lua iiiisiiiiuk .0 iv as the plural form of you. tery. i woum iKe to see me town once from Cloverport we met Jiles King property holder of wide extent. Your correspondent asserts that na more when there are some of those onc of Edward Bowne's moguls at Later on in 1848, the first organized work for woman suffrage began in 1ft whom Alliprf flriprcnn Qf Tnftie twine knew turally this could not be confused with the United States. Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Stanton, early leaders of only a few I of them as men. There are the Murray Roofing & Tile Plant. 1 ,.n,i,.., f ,t, o, now. Uncle Willis We wished to speak to Alfred Miller the Eastern States, called the first Woman's Right Convention in New Noel, n Krance. Albert lost the stone from the singular. 1 can the oldest, is not rthere. anu jonn warier, so we asKca jiies t.j, diamond rintr. and York State. Then in ISfiO the National Woman Suffrage Association was aa TTnfnrtnnntclv hie nrciimpnt is haseil few dav, recall only a tew, a. u. ski iman, w. in , en.rtmellt wolIi,, w. i'""V,"?',"":u-:it"ui- : founded with Susan B. Anthony and Mrs. Stanton at its head. . . is, r7, just wander a round lalcr vvd,iCr iasi mc aiuiic irom ms on an incorrect premise. You-a- ll R. Moorman, and . U. Hahhace are ' Ii" '. jiies said V Since then the suffrage leaders have fought valiantly amid oppositions tnem. Then Aibert iost h;s watch aml chain, singular and plural. me. If about on all sides from both men and women. Nevertheless, they conquered. of you all that occur to another some until you find two men not doing any- - and S00I1 afterward Walter lost his likeis you, both of the South and to sum- thing you have got a product will hold on until It To Susan B. Anthony. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott. much them located. watch and chain. Then Albert was mer, I will hope to see Sav brother bachelors listen. Over wounded, and Walter was wounded him who knows his south, is redolent honor is due. f Pate's of the negro. Woman suffrage has come gradually. In the States where women have' . x,wa? so,"Lto. IearS,of. at White City, Kans., last week a cans up a 'young ady pr0posed, payed for the shortly afterward. Now they are goYour correspondent could never D? "Sntning. had the vote for some time, suffrage has been successful. It has been ,ueatn ing to marry twin sisters, Geraldinc profane you-aby requiring it to be license, payed the parson, footed all and Blendiuc Smalley, of Sheldon, III. found that whereever women have voted, that while they may follow the .ns traj" ot """lories. M,t plural if he had ever been the solitary we nau wnen i attenaea lead of men on questions partisan or economical, they respond more readily! ?g, tle honeymoon trip expenses. Let's occupant of a Southern village store at the Hardin school house. take the next train for Kansas. Give . than their husbands, their fathers, and their sous, to an issue of morals, t t or my con when a single, old time negro enmnn.e When Mrs mttie uixon . ihc Ratification of the Susan B. Anthony Amendment enfranchises 23,000.-00- 0 Noel teacher was pupils aunt, Baster--;ou- s me th exchan lease. ..HeIIo Hov' Among the were demned murderess at Sing Sing de tered and having removed his hat as ? What.s B hen women of America to the vote. Not all of thesel women have welcomed . - Vlt vrnr.p r,.. .le manded a new pair of stockings it was an act of genuine courtsey. delivered field Burton, Helen Powers, afterward ....... M..it their added responsibility. They have felt that being a real found that there were none m tht himself of the following: Good even- ,:.i... r Tiru:. r.sl. tT.But, since it has become woman's duty to vote the same as man's, it Mrs. Robert Mattingly, Mollie Muffet .. any 'prison stock large enough for her, 'in', white folks, has you-ais to be hoped the truest and noblest of womankind will not shirk, and William Muffet's children, Deck Pate's toot. Dine done- Good nMit s family, Nat and Sam Taul, and others the prison machinery could not make groun' peas? 'oman jes nach- joe Mulhatton, Jr. will lend their best influence in politics, like as they do in their homes. larger ones, and the regulations for ally frettin' for some parched groun' whose names have almost passed out ''of mind in the rush of other things. bid the purchase of stockings from peas." 'oman being an abbreviation of ing to i. l. wniiii, ot umaiia. a PLAIN GOLD WEDDING Then when l attended school iit ' The 10J0 cciibiis showed that Jones outside markets. So the hosiery mak- - woman, meaning wife, and ground Ul liic il.ili Cloverport, in the Boyd Block, there , ville, Ind . had 213 inhabitants The ers slit the sides of small pairs, and peas being peanuts. uiiui.ih DOOMED; PLATIUM national Keta.I Jewelers association . were t',,e Babbages LaHeists, Mur 19J0 census shows that nntrtliurl r, t A pnt!rtal lni n A am Courtney Campbell, TO TAKE THE PLACE " noV ,b 7 "'sviiie auiuuig Mrs Dixon is nrnvided for Pierces, Simons, and a host of Ind , has 213 inhabitants Foreston. S C. August 15 . l,.v. Some of them rise up like past. "The Jewlers Are Introducing New Fads in mitii tumi'iuiuii. the Mr. Combs, however, doesn't mean times .change, anddistant change with Wedding Rings. we that marriages are to be solemnized them." But it is worth while to think without wedding rings nor yet tiiat Louisville, Ky , Aug 'i! The plain there is to be an era of no marriages. sometimes of the good old days. gold wedding ring ;s doomed, accord- - Statistics show, he says, that county What a great time it was when the Tarascon, the Grey Eagle, or the clerks everywhere are doing a thriv- Morning Star would land during the ing business. More marriage licenses noon hour, and we would all go to are issued and more ceremonies per- the wharf to see the deck hands load formed than ever before. The plain and unload. As we cherish the old, gold ring as a symbol of the con- let us good use of new, and 175 ACRES jugal state is vanishing to make way set ourmake toward the the faces better things ring. for a more ornate that arc to be in this world, and toGood house; two good The latest novelty among jewelers ward eternal joy in the world to jHMWsmSMsMflMWwjjrcTO fi is to sell the engagement ring and come. barnes; good tenant S. C. Bates, the wedding ring at the same time Aug 2G, 1920 West Salem, Ohio. house cribs and other and to have the wedding ring of small diamonds set in platinum MEMORIAL out houses; lays 2 miles One variation of this which Mr. I a3E3wwBpjjwBBBBBBBRwiMsi?i Combs believes will become very from Hardinsburg pike A sad home on Aug. 28. 1920. Just popular is the wedding ring originaly the death angel ly set with two small diamonds to ore year ago and 6 miles from Clowhich another is added as each an- slipped into the home of Mr. and Mrs. j Len Wcatherholt and took from them niversary of the wedding passes. verport. For prices and their two children, Augusta, age 8, "We jewelers arc very progressive Wooclrow, age 0 jears, to live terms call or write. these days," says Mr. Combs. "We and Jesus. Yes, just one jear ago with have introduced with some success today, little Augusta and Woodrow H. GIPSON the black chonv wediliiirr rinir for will. went away. ows and I shan't be surprised if in j How sad and lonely is our home. CLOVERPORT. KY. a snort tunc we are selling ureen Our hearth are broken. c 11? It KQiu weuumg rings tor grass widows. ' 0ne long year has passed away Since that sad and mournful day, When God alone knew best And called Augusta and Woodrow to rest. anti-nationa- EIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY! ,t l; anti-wa- r. super-natio- n, P'"" I t8 7 r ,,.,:,i - I Hnrd-insbur- g, , S"', 'thSrfn -u- J fVJ.lJ - L. I 1 ,.,., I a P t- , ,...,, f-,- I I ?:., I "!".' ll ( . home-mak- er - ll I I We-un- '"""' ...... "".", i B fr. Farm for Sale wf?g( to-da- I J J. The DependableTractor that Burns Kerosene Completely 1225 PUBLIC SALE 1 1- Two Two Two That precious ones from us are gone, voices we loved are stilled; places are vacant in our home never can be filled. -2 will offer for sale to the highest bidder on my famr mile of i We miss you dear Augusta and Wood- . row, We miss you every day; Sad and long we often weep In the morning and in the evening And when all the world is asleep. In the lonqly graveyard sleeping Where the flowers bloom and fade. Are the ones we love so dearly In the lone and silent graves. H. P.Waterloo Boy Tractor is just the kind of machine that we like to put into the hands of our customers. The years of service on the farm. Every time we sell one, we feel the assurance that the owner is going to get fully satisfactory service from it. And that means a great deal to the future of our business. long-continu- carbonizing of cylinders or fouling of spark plugs. That saves engine trouble no kerosene gets into the lubricating oil. There is no There is nothing experimental about it. Its dependability has been fully proved in JFRYIVIIRE, KY. at 10 o'clock a. m., on How we miss you since From earth you passed away; Sad our hearts and sweet the memory As we think of you today. Those lovely buds so young and fair Lalled hence by earthly doom, Just come to show how sweet a flower In paradise would bloom. Twelve long mouths have passed Since you were taken away, You are gone, dear Augusta and Woodrow, But you are not forgotten, Nor never shall you be For as long as memory lasts I will always think of vou. Mother, Mrs. Mary Wcatherholt. FASTEST. Washington, Aug. 25. Dade county Florida, containing the city of Miami, leads all counties in the United States of which population thus far lies been announced in its rate of growth during the last ten years. It has now more than three and times the population it had in 1910, its percentage of increase having been one-half Right along with its dependability "for good work, there is another big feature that you will appreciate every ed day you use the Waterloo Boy. SATURDAY, SEPT. 4th The following described property: 2 horses, 1 milch cow, 1 yearling heifer, 1 new road wagon, 1 buggy and harness, 1 lot of farming implements, household and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale , ented kerosene manifold low-price- It burns kerosene completely. Its patone d highly-combustib- le can get on no other tractor converts all of the gas, fuel into a enabling the engine to get full power from every drop. that you easy to keep in good running order. The. work ing parts, fully protected from dust, are placed where you can easily get at them, whenever necessary, through inspection plates and detachable casings. The engine, perfectly balanced and mounted on a solid foundation, runs without vibration no racking of mechanisnn Gears are steel-cu- t and practically everlasting. It is equipped with Hyatt Roller Bearings, famous throughout the world for conserving full power. All bearing points and gears are kept constantly in a bath of oil by a positive system of lubrication. case-hardened And it saves many dollars in fuel cost every year of its operation. You are sure to like all of the Waterloo Boy's other features. It is simply made; Be sure 'to come in some day soon and get fully acquainted with the Waterloo Boy FLORIDA COUNTY GROWS FORDSVILLE PLANING JAKE WILSON, MILL CO. KENTUCKY Mamgtr I, I" W. r L ;,. E&a. FORDSVILLE, PARKS ' '? FRYMIRE, KY. SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSYSSSSSSm9SKS SSwSmSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSmSSSSSSSSSSm v 258.1. K ifc MH SEPTEMBER 3N 1, 1M0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, Hardin Grove, and her mother, Mrs. James McCann, of Rome, Ind. O II- CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS jrou PAGE I Irrrkntrftge Nrtnii SEPT. 1, 1920 - o WEDNESDAY, SOCIETY ITEMS Of Catered at the Fort Office at Cloverpart, Kjr. at second clan tnatter. tATKS FOR POLITICAL MENTS. fftkf ANNOUNCE- - oum- - umcH. or J 0 00 For State and Dlitrict Opuet 10.00 For Calli, per line .10 For Carilt, per line .10 For all Publication! in the interest o( Indiriduali or exprenlon ol Individ nal -- lewt, per line .10 -- Pr!-,- .. Ant r!.- - nflc.. .$2 60 STARK-LOWMA- N CO. Louisville Representatives Mrs. O. W. Hendrickson returned last week from a month's visit in Jacksonville, II1M with her father, Ben Wilson, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maysey and children, of Stephenspijrt, attended the M. W. A. barbecue Saturday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Miller. o o o oo o ren, of Irvington, were the guests of Mrs. Miles' aunt, Mrs. Viola Compton and Mr. Compton, Saturday, o - Mr. and Mrs. John Miles and child- 4 ft f V vans- Miss Florence (J Bryan, of ville, was the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Paul Lewis, and Mr. Lewis, oo Wednesday. V. G. Babbacre. Notarv Public. A Mrs. Mary A. Beavin and daughter, Beulah, of Mattingly, were the guests of Mrs. Beavin's sister, Mrs. John Lawson, and Mr. Lawson, urday and Sunday. ooo Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Haddock, of Webster, attended the M. W. A. picnic Saturday and were guests of Mr. Miss Mildred Morrison and her and Mrs. J. R. Bandy. guest Miss Carrie Gregory, of Louisooo ville, were in Waitman, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McGavock and visiting Miss Alma Meyers. last week (daughter, Miss Edna McGavock. of guests NJebster, were the week-en- d Rev. Father Celestine Brey, of Jof Mr. McGavock's sister, Mrs. Mil- Louisville, was the guest of Rev. ton Squires, and Mr. Squires, Father J. S. Henry, Wednesday and ooo Mrs. Richard Pierson and son, Thursday. 0oo James Orville, of Evansville, are the The Ursline Sisters, who have been guests of Mrs. Pierson's sister, Mrs. spending the summer at Mt. St. Mort Pumphrey, and Mr. Pumphrey. Joseph's Academy near Owensboro, the opening Mr. and Mrs. Mort Pumphrey had returned last week forMonday, Sept Mrs of the St. Rose school guests the week-enfor their Pumphrey's son, Yewell H. Jones, of 6. Mrs Chas B. Skillman, of Morgan-fieland daughter, Mrs. Evans Waller and son. Charles Skillman Waller, of Riverside. Calif., are the guests of Charles Waller's great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman. d, MMMAMMMMAAVWWVWWVWVMVWWWVMS Watermelon Feast FARMS FOR SALE Bannou, of At Carter's Country Home. Mr. and Mrs. KOIt SAI.K Farm known an the Jim Hennear Fortlsville, spent Saturday with dricks farm, 17- - acres, near Stenlieniiport Mrs Hannou's sister, Mrs. John Ryan, A party of ten young people motorImprovements, dwelling, two hams and tenant home. Well watered, splendid stock and Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. ed to the home of Mrs. Fladgc Car(arm. A. C. (iilhert, Ilardinsburg, Route Joe J. Sawyer, and Mr. Sawyer. ter on Thursday evening where Mrs. '. Ky. ooo Carter's son, Mr. Floyd Carter and Mr. and Mrs. John Burn were in Mrs. Carter were hosts to a waterFOR SALE MISCELLEANOUS Louisville, spending the week-enmelon feast. The party included: MissSAI.K. Mrs. ricorgia with their daughter, Miss Jeanctte es Eloisc Noltc, Martha Miller, Leon- FOR Hawkins,Two Rood cows. Ky. II, Stephensport, Burn. ora McGavock, Mary McGavock and Mildrcn D. Babbagc. Messrs. Fred FOR SALE Eight tons red top hay and one horse colt. 14 months old. Mrs. HanMr. Oscar Blaine, of Louisville, is Pierce, Allen Pierce, Stcrrett Ashby, nah Hardin, Holt, Ky. the guest of his sister, Mrs. Graham Lafc lichen, Andrew Ashby and d Jolly, and Mr. Jolly. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Perry FOR SALE Or trade, 1 pair young horse mules, dead matches, weight 1,'Jixi each. Will trade for pair young mules. Want to Halbert Perkins, of Dayton, Ohio, Davis, of Glcncoe, Ky. rent a good farm. Write or call on Owen has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. Maysey, Stephensport, Ky. Robert Wilson, and Mr. Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Hilary FOR SALE A good pair of young mules, his grandmother, Mrs. Pate. guaranteed to work, fi years old, 1(1 hands Hardin Hosts to a Dinner. Oo o high. Len Weatherholt, Hardinsburg, Ky. Miss Rose Berry, who spent her Route No. 1 vacation with her brother, Mayor Mr. and Mrs. Hilary Hardin gave John A. Barry, and Mrs. Barry, re- a twelve o'clock dinner Thursday FOR SALE 1 gray mare, 1.1 years old, good worker and all round mare for her age. turns this week to Anniston, Mo, noon at their home on the Hill r and Price only $40. J. R. Henning, Hardinswhere she is a primary teacher in the had for their, guests Mr. John Mcburg, Ky., Route 2. Anniston Public School. Gavock and sons, Hickman, Forrest, of Waters, tOR SAI.K One large range cook stove for and John McGavock, 00 coal or wood. Will sell cheap. Henry Trent, Miss Cecil Gregory and Fred Gre- Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Zack Hardin, of Hardinsburg, Ky, gory arc in Louisville visiting their Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Leon McGavock, FOR SALE One extra good milch cow brother, Roy Gregory. Misses Maggie and Lillie McGavock calf just weaned. AIo t or 1(1 thorough oo o bred and half stock Poland China shoals, Mrs. Garfield Burden is at home and Miss Emma Blythe. weigh Wl to KHJ pounds. W. S. Ashby, from a fortnights visit with relatives Mrs. Cloverport, Ky. Duvall Entertains in Louisville and Jeffersonville. Magazine Club. tOR SALE Or Rent store hour and residence combined in Glen Dean. Good stand Mrv and Mrs. Pete Penner, of for store. For further information call on Evansville, are visiting Mr. Pqnner's Mrs. Wm. Duvall entertained the or write T. A. Eskridge, Glen Dean, Ky. Mrs. Austin Hill, and Mr. Hill. Magazine Club at her home in sister, Tractor on Friday afternoon. Delight- FOR SALE OR TRADE One Averyshape. Uargain. In good running J. Willie Wroe, of Macon, Ga., was the ful refreshments were served at the M. Howard, Glen Dean, Ky. guest of his mother, Mrs. Rena Wroe, conclusion of the program, and the SALE for a week. members present were: Mesdames. FOR good. II. 0 L.bushels seed wheat reclean-cd- , Ilruner, Union Star, Ky. J. Mr. R. Perry Davis, of Glencoe, Vic Robertson, E. W. Harth, Jesse FOR SALE Eleven Pure Bred Single Comb Eskridge, John Kincheloe, A. M. Ky., is the guest of Mrs. Davis and Kincheloe, Herbert Towers, E. B. White Leghorn Cockerels Beautiful Birds. daughter, Jennie Ritchie Davis at the' English, W. P. Romine, Russell $2 00 each to close out. L. D. Addison, Addison, Ky. home of Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. and and Mrs. Leon McGavock. Mr. and Compton, Franklin KincheloeNancy FOR SALE Old newspapers. 5c a bunch. Misses Breckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. Davis and daughter, will return Mrs. Eliza Taylor. Eskridge. Kincheloe and Clara to Glencoe, this week. Miss Ruth Chambliss, of Hardins-burwas the guest of Miss Mary Owen Oelze, Saturday. g, Personal Interest NOTE I'lcate notify the editor m.i dciire advertiiementi discontinued. -- o 00 G. E. FOR SALIJ GINGHAM WEEK A new line of Dress and Apron Gingham for -- school frocks: yellow, in pink, blue, green and black plaid, Per yard Toile-du-Noi- d d, Solid colors, lavender, blue, pink, yellow, brown and grey. Per yd Ber-nr- 50c and 60c 50c 40c 25c and 50c 35c Zephyr, in pink, blue, red and green plaid and checks. Per yd 40c and Apron gingham in blue, brown and black checks. Per yd and O Please Remember School Opens Monday, September 6th, and that all School Books, as usual, are Sold for Cash. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. Hard-insbu- rg School Days Will Soon Be Here Buy Merchandise for School days, while the Prices are Low. (PQ FA Boys good quality viUmtfXJ novelty suits in mixed browns and greys, size 8 to 17 years. Miss Addie McGavock Honored in Lexingon Society. FOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages. The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. TYPE WRITER FOR SALE I rorrest Avenue, in honor ot her guests. Misses Addie McGavock, Cloverport, and Sara Cook Berry. She ws assisted in entertaining by her mother and aunt. Mrs. Andrew Bowman and Mrs. William Bowman, and Misses Anne Shropshire and Annette Harrison. A number of other affairs were given in honor of Miss l. Bowman's guests Courier-Journa- Remington typewriter No. C, Lexington, Aug 29. Miss Elizabeth FOR SALE Good as new. Further informRemodeled. Bowman entertained Monday with a ation call or write The Breckenridge News, beautiful afternoon tea at her home, Cloverport, Ky. WANTED WANTED To hear from owner of farm or good land for sale. Send price and description Fall delivery. L. Jones, Box 531, OIney, III. WANTED WANTED Man with small family to work House furnished. For terms write England, Tobinsport, Ipd. Jim on farm. Ky. (gl PA Live foxes. Gabe Taul, Hardins-burg- , d, Girls' galatea dies in solid white with colored collars, also solid green and 'rose. All sizes. mid-tDXatJ- U KILL THE RATS Help the Clean-U- p Dr. S. S. Watkins, Mrs. Watkins Miss Katie Eskridge and sister, and Rev. I. B. Timberlakc. of Owens- Miss Addie Eskridge, of Hardinsburg boro, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. have gone to Hazard, Ky., to teach C. W. Moorman, Wednesday. in the Hazard High School. J o o Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Hall of Illi WANTED A second hand sorghum A. Tinius, Stephensport, Ky. nois, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mar shall, of West Point, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall on FOR RENT the Cloverport pike. mill. C. $11.50 P- - to $13.00 brown and corduroy suits latest styles side slash pockets and yoke Ages 8 to IS years. Boys grey with back received a lot of ginghams sctiool for dresses, a number of good patterns to select from. TA Buys a pair of boys fDOtOV lace or button, tan or OQp Just for rent-T-wo light housekeeping, unlarge front room and particulars see. Mrs. Cloverport, Ky. Movement 4 by Killing the Rats and Mice RAT ANNIHILATOR RAT RAT PASTE BIS-KI- T 15c 25c 25c RAT W H. Basham, of Mt. Hope. W. was the guest of his brother, , Maston Basham, last week. ooo ' Mrs. L. T. Reid and son, Lathrop, were in Louisville, Sunday to meet Mrs. Reid's son, Billy, who has been spending the summer in Estill, Ky., with a civil engineering outfit. 0oo Mrs. H. C. Pate was in Owensboro, Sunday and Monday the guest of her 'daughter, Mrs. W. A. RofT, and Mr. Roff, and accompanied home by her grandson, Marion Clay Roff. ooo Mrs. F. L. Lightfoot and daughter, Miss Jane Lightfoot, are in Hardins-burvisiting Mrs. Lightfoot's sister, Mrs. Herbert Beard, and Mr. Va oo o Call and examine my samples. Watch for add next week. Mrs. R. T. Polk. o oo Mrs. Eliza Blaine, Lakeland, Fla., who has been spending the summer in Stephensport, is here the guest of her brother, Mr. Nat Tucker, and Mrs. Tucker. ooo John T. Ditto, Jr, of Decatur, 111., spent Tuesday with his aunt, Mrs. John D. Babbage, and Mr. Babbage. oo o gingWhat about a Bonnie-Lassi- e ham? See Mrs. R. T. Polk, Cloverport. o o o rooms for furnished. One kitchenette. For Eldred Babbage, AQ to $1.98 Girls School tDJ.rxO dresses in ginghams, sizes 6 to 12 years only. black shoes, sizes leather. 12 to 2. Solid MAA Buys solid leather black or tan, lace or button shoes. Sizes 3 to 5 percales for shirts and and waists, 1 yd. wide. Big value. OKf Per yard for light colored FOR RENT Farm, 11(1 acres, fine river land, 1 mile from depot, .'11 acres in grass. Further information apply to Mrs. Hannah Hardin, Holt, Ky. hot-tor- n THE HOUSE OF LOW TRICES- - LOST LOST Young ladies' brown sport coat on West Bound Texas train, Saturday morning s, between Stephens) ort and Macco. Aug. Reward. Return to Mis Dorothy Ahej, Stephensport, Ky. GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVEnPORT, KY CHEMICAL DEATH TO KILLER.. 10c 15c RATS WEDDINGS THE CLOVERPORT. DRUG STORE KY Lena and Louise Rice, of Evansville, and Misses Rubie and Cecil Getlintz-- of Mvstic. were truests j in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beard. ooo Getling the week-enLouisooo Miss Ina Belle Morrison, of Mrs Ida Nottingham and her moville, spent Sunday with Dr. Jesse ther, Mrs Wm. Dutschke, of Lodiburg Baucum and Mrs. Baucum. ooo went to Stephensport, Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trent, of Mrs. W. J. Schopp. ooo Hardinsburg, are! spending their vacaHave you seen Mrs. R. T. Polk's tion in Louisville, this week. new line of samples? They include oo o See my samples of beautiful tricol-lete- all the latest patterns and weaves serges, nolo cloth, epingle cloth direct from New York, ooo etc. Full line of window draperieSj Miss Marian Keith, of Elizabeth-towAiau orucrs suncueu. .Mrs. is., x. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ClarPolk. Cloverport. ence Keith arrived; Wednesday to spend a few days with Miss Eleanor g, Misses Why man we made this cigarette for you! bflHflH-- r F i d. s. L i n, Jk !HL-i-Z-xJJL-!!Z- Reid. c & H nA. R E You are cordially invited to use our Free Service Booth at the State Fair Grounds Make it and aur store your headquarters while in Lousville. Free telephones, parcel checking i Mrs. Mallissa McCubbins, of Hardinsburg, is visiting this week with Mrs A. M. Miller at the home of Mr and Mrs F. C. Ferry. Mis Ruth Chambliss, of Hardinsburg, goes to Holden, W Va , this week and will teach in the public o o flF i taJp HBHfelL H I -l JV HHHIkVV--flM--- HB taHkkMMMMHMMMMrf school there this year. ALL-DA- Y MEETING OF TOBINSPORT BAPTISTS. service, drinking-wate- r information, a place to meet your friends. Sunday, Aug. 29, being the fifth members of the Baptist y church in Tobinsport held aji meeting and served a fine basket dinner at the church. Rev. J. A. Sandefur of Caunelton, who is pastor of the Tobinsport church, preached at the morning and evening services, and Rev. E. C: Nail, of Cloverport delivered the afternoon message, his subject being "Fellowship " The attendance was very good, but the rain prevented many from Sunday, all-da- EF ji--- they were made to meet your taste! Unique flavor, fragrance and mellow-m- fit your CAMELS completelycigarette you'll agree BwArHI--iw r Fr ' V b You'll probably be interested in the e clearance sales now- - in every departmentclothing, shoes, hats and furnishings. cut-pric- w ATTEND HARNED o MEETING. vrsMC2H ALSO, FALL STOCKS ARE READY Jjevy Bros, LOUISVILLE, KY. . Hardinsburg, Aug. 28, (Special) Charles R. Miller accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Jas W. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Board and Mrs. R. H. Roe, motored to Harned to church one uight last week to attend one of a series of meetings conducted by Rev, Roe, who returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Board entertained Rev. Roe and family to dinner on Friday at their country home "Oak Ridge, near Hardinsburg. tion for admission to the 'United States, stated that she is 29 years old pnd tht her father was killed in the Civil War, A women in Qubec, making applica- 2ioPIB without tiring 'your taste. They leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste; no unpleasant cigaretty odor! To get a line on why Camels win you so completely compare them ff with any cigarette in cw. . .ow .,.,-.,- . world at any price. You'll ftWttTSte'SS-- ! the cawon. w. for qumhtv to coupons or premiums! puff-for-pupre-iM-MPf-coM- -Mf due to Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos are a revelation! You will prefer the Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! With Camels you can go the limit ild-body tsrton for 1hm horn or oAca R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., wpplr or whn rou trani Wbuton-SalM- RC - mnmrnm-ntifimi- tpfi PAGE! KY. DEMOCRATS OPEN CAMPAIGN SEPT. 11. Sixty-fiv- e WWWr" " T Hf TvjirfTP 'WW"WWW'"JWP CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 1, " ' THE BKXCKBNltllSoi NEWS, during the' campaign. Mr. Chesncy said. She is greatly in demand and added requests for engagements arc coming from all parts of the state. "The National committee also wants the services of Mrs. Stewart," Mr. McChesncy said She will make a few speeches outside the state, but most during the camof her paign will be in Kentucky." speech-making or Seventy Speakers to Be Sent Out Opening Day. , r ! 1 f if if if V 4v Louisville, Ky Aug. 25. Demoor seventy cratic speakers, sixty-fiv- e of them, will begin the campaign in Kentucky, Saturday, September 11, according to Hcrry V. McChcsney, head of the state speakers' bureau. Mr. McChcsney said tonight he plans to have someone speaking in each of the five or seventy counties that afternoon. William Rogers Clay, of Frankfort, Democratic nominee for the appellate bench from the Fifth appellate district will speak at Danville the opening day and Stanford the following Monday. Congressman Albcn W. Barkley, of I'aducah, will speak at Frankfort the opening day and Bards-tow- n sixty-- MAKE ROOM IN THE GARDEN FOR SOME SPINACH. I Lexington, Ky. Now is the time to sow late spinach that can be carried through the winter by mulching with straw. The New Zealand is the best variety and it will grow throughout the entire summer. Seed that is sown now should he allowed to grow and dcvclopc as much as possible before the straw mulch is applied. In case on Monday. the plants become large some of them Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, of can be removed thereby preventing Frankfort, noted for her "Moonlight a crowded condition among the rest School" work will be one of the prin- so that they will have a chance to becipal vomenspeakcjinIvcntucky come better established before winter. CAR LOAD SUGAR TELEScron and its sale is the first reported POLISH IMMIGRANTS COPED IN FREIGHT WRECK of the 1020 crop in this county. The FROM UNITED STATES NOT ADMITTED IN POLAND. person who made the purchase was ON L. H. & ST. L. R. R. from near Paris, Bourbon county, find Berlin, Aug. 24. The steamships was looking at Mr. Weaver's farm A string of six empty cars, which Kochcllc and Susutichanna. with a view of purchasing it when he were left on the main track of the New L. H. & St. L. railroad in front of which arrived at Danzing from the rntii iinnn iUn rrnn nf tnhnrrn whirti the Conserve company plant switch, United States with 1,800 and 1,500 re- he pronounced exceedingly fine, and were run into shortly after 1 o'clock turning Polish emigrants respectively, made the otter which was quickly ac Wednesday afternoon by a freight will in all probability be forced to ccpted. Boone County Record. train, derailing the last car of the six carry the Poles back to that country, and telescoping a car of sugar, attach- according to the Danzig correspond- A SHAKEUP AND ent of the Vassischc Zeitung. ed to the freight train. A SHAKEDOWN It is asserted that Poland has dc- Both Engineer Clark and the fireclined to permit them to enter, as the man of the freight train on seeing An article appeared in a local that a collision could not be avoided, men who arc eligible for military 'jumped from the moving locomotive service refuse to be inlisted. The Poles paper this week to the effect that a Tyroyl camp. The certain party in the Sadieville neighafter the engineer had shut off the are still interned at two vessels, which are of American re- borhood started to town with some steam. Neither was hurt. The engine of the freight train was gister, also carry a cargo of war sup- cream, but upon his arrival he had damaged the entire front caved in. plies. butter instead of cream, 'and he at-- 1 Both cars which suffered in the coltributed the transformation to the bad lision were derailed. GROWING CROP OF TOBACCO condition of the roads. This is nothing The carload of sugar telescoped in SOLD AT $70 A HUNDRED to a tale brought to this office by a the smash was not materially wasted, prominent and reputable citizen. He though the car containing it was W. C. Weaver sold his growing crop said a man left Corinth in a car with partially demolished. of tobacco last Saturday at $70 per three silver dollars in his pocket and The train was in charge of Conduc- hundred pounds all around. There is when he arrived at a local garage the about one and a half acres of the dollars had worn down to dimes. tor ones. Owensboro Messenger. un itinuac aTrWV GIVE BARBECUED i ! rt ff- DINNER. I I ! w.,Ll.. auk. n.1 i r;n.iiih Aiaumgiy, A. Mrs. T. N. Brickey of Matting ;1 and gave a dinner a w u .. U "YY.'J .... T nursuajr in iiuiiui ri I rir liiiiui. hnntf 1 j v can. . and grandchildren, builti in i tneir lawn aim ami notfl .t M.i..n,i ......, were scrvcu t I...M.. minv other ut3iu licious dishes made by Mrs. Brickeya ,. own hands. ut The guests included: Mrs. O. Sanders and children, Samud Brickey and on. and MI.. Irene Bnckey o cvansviuc; ;ir. aim Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beavin and. their children and granacmimcu. ... Jake Tuley, of Evansy.Ile; Mr and , Airs. Isaac wens, oi Everyone enjoyed tne aay aim ; went home hungry. An automobile storage battery matt- - J ufacturcr ot Indianapolis nas two rooms reserved for him at a &t. Louis hotel for the world's baseball scries of 1920. : ...-- '3 C - ( .. "i iji"" w.-..- -.- u.t.. V Reduced Railroad Rates to Louisville and Return State Fair Week M jLaaaCL. b 1 COM TO LOUlfflLLE -S-EPTEMBER .. 3M&Q20 A DRINK lFEHKS Get If You Can't Just The I M I Furniture I I I I I THE FREIGHT I PAY I I I I , Hands Across the State The Louisville Board of Trade extends to youtan invitation and a welcome. Come to Louisville come to the State Fair the onejbig ever&efjfsldnd during the year. tx i'l - jHUPtOfcMU KaiaftMi mmill flmpm That You Want In Your Town Light or Dark Served at the State Fair My Prices Will Save You The Cost Of The Trip To Louisville. I BRHWPPPM 100 Holstein Calves With Great Futures Sired by the world fimuuw hull, Kins Pontine Hengt'rveld Fuym a son of th Kins: of the I'ontlucs, who Ins. 'MS duushtors in the accredited list. We nl-- o have older sons and daughters of this t'anioti bull. See the World's Record Cow I "gfgvuTg See It A VISIT to the metropolis of your State during llolo Mcrceua de State Fair. the world's sreatet bull. King Poiitiae Hengerveld Fayue, at the Cold-treaFarms exhibit, Kentucky in Kol and State Fair Week will do you good. It will be a profitable vacation for you. Louisville is your metropolis as well as ours. You should feel proud of its progress as we, of Louisville, feel proud of the development of your County. The State Fair is YOUR Fair. The best of everything pertaining to agricultural development is assembled here annually for your benefit. Come and look over the displays. See the newest equipment and methods for making your farm more prof itable, your home more comfortable, and see the progress which Louisville has made since your last visit it will pay you. Bring your problems with you and exchange ideas with your neighbors. If you have undeveloped resources in your town or county, tell us about them and we will help you secure capital for their development. The Louisville Board of Trade offers you its heartiest in every project that will add to the greater development of our State. Let us pull together. AT THE FAIR display or in the Dixie Flyer bears the closest scrutiny. Its clean Hues?, body and fine finish satisfy the critical eye. There's an appeal to pride of ownership In the unquestionable ability of the car to take you there and ON f K Coldstream Farm- - Holstein Frle-sia- n cattle will pay you larger returns than any other iine.-tineyou could make. Write us today and let u- - -- how you how easily you can acquire -- ome ot thesu world famous animal- -. ut LOUISVILLE BOARD OF TRADE JOSEPH BURGE, President W. E. MORROW, Secretary bring you back. Attendants at the State Fair are requested to visit the Dixie Flyer booth. KENTUCKY WAGON MFG. CO. Incorporated We join the Louisville Board of Trade in extending this invitation The Louisville Trust Co. The Beverly Co. Commonwealth Life Insurance Co. Federal Chemical Co. Lampton, Crane & Ramey Co. Belknap Hardware & Mfg. Co. D. H. Ewing's Sons. Louisville Cement Co. Carter Dry Goods Co. Robinsqn-Pettet We want to place a CHOICE DUROC SOW ON YOUR FARM Don't wall No money necexary. to see us at the Fair. They may all he gone by that time. If you want one write today for Addreu F. O. BIBLE. Cen'l Msr. Coldstream Farms Co. '!. Home of World Record Holstein Frieslan Cattle and Duroc Jersey Swine LEXINGTON, KY. North Jellico Coal Co. Goodwin Preserving Co. The Ouerbacker Coffee Co. Louisville Paper Co. Robinson Bros. & Co. Louisville National Banking Co. Jennie C. Benedict & Co. Oscar Farmer & Sons. Falls City Clothing Co. Bayless Bros. & Co. Louisville Railway Co. Louisville Bedding Co. Southern Optical Co. Co. Otis Hidden Co. Todd Donigan Iron Co. Louisville Tin Stove Co. John C. Lewis Co. Myer-Bridges The National Hame & Chain Co. Swann Abram Hat Co. Rodes-Rapier Co. t Henry Heick Hdw. Co. Harbison & Gathright H. A. Brinkhaus & Sons, Trunks. Amos Yeager, Hay and Grain. Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Louisville, ivy. 1 DM Motor Seltt Co.. ncor- Porafd, 544 S. Third St.. Loult- vU, Ku.. Stat DUMbuton. vtm fM W OM Co. Co. Louisville Home Telephone Co. Jno. P. Morton & Co. Peter-Neat-Richards- on Stratton & Terstegge Co. Office Equipment Co. E. D. Morton & Co. Jas. H. Button & Co. Stewart Dry Goods Co. Fred. W. Keisker & Son. Handsomest, Best Equipped Special Features At the Fair SIO.OOO SHVMM) At the Genco Tent Saddle !.'l,HHt Kentucky .Ter.-e- steer Championship Futurllie-Sl,(h- 0 y llor-- e Stake l?eef Cattle Motion Pictures I.KT US SHOW YOU TTIH SKVKXTH WOXDKU OF Till: WOULD. MOTIOX I'ICTUUHS FOIt YOl'U HO.MK. SCHOOL USIXO OU Clll'JtCII. DKVUY 1'OUT.MiLK IMtOJHC-TOTOliKTHKU WITH THK (JKNF.UATOIt. FOUD XKW WITH THIS IT IS I'OSSIIJLi: FOU YOl'U COl'XTY AfJKXT TO l'.UIXO ALL (SOVKltX-SIKXl'lCTl'UF.S INTO YOL'U HOMK. SKK IT WOUIC. T-nU T FREE M More Miles In a oallon of lp a.ny other GARAGE In Louisville See Us When You Come State Fair Distributors of to the Maxwell and Jordan ?.",()() Swine Show Cattle IMillilt RACING DAILY AL WILSON AERONAUTIC ACROBAT Embry - Weir Motors Co., Inc.. 845 S. than motor fuel. gives U, S. Gov- Third SI. HIPPODROME BIG ACTS NIGHTLY if ernment 4i more mlleago than high test airplane gasolene. Hudson and Essex Finest of Their Class World Incorporated In the COMI'LHTK SHOWIXO THK ;i:XCO KLFCTUIO LIGHT AXD I'OWFU I'LAXT WITH ALL ACCKSSOUIKS IX OI'KU-ATIOIJUIXOS THK CITY TO THK COL'XTUY. ALSO A THE HOUSE OF GOOD FURNITURE M- - Excellent Service, s u ! "Wonderful Values GREAT SOUTHERN DISPLAY ROOMS Faurth Av. 30-32--34 Bourbon Stockyard Company BEST 8TOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET The place where buyers and sellers meet. Market all your live Btock here. Wrlto us today of your needs. See our repre- Twenty Filling Stations lu Louisville. Tank Wagon will bo stutloned at tlie Auto gate at the Fair for your convenience. TRIANGLE MOTORS CO. Distributors for Kentucky ' and Southern Indiana Chemical Fuel Co. of America 22S W. Market, LmhtUIc, Ky. Fr Kvrykody Wulttmu. PrUmm to LmMw. sentative at the Fair I nliilM mail Qg&ft 1 Tci MB IMM LOUMIVILUE.KY. k trr;i t pember i, 1120 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY for radical changes in (he construction of. business buildings, dwellings and wharves arc being drawn up by the United States Public Health Service as part of a nation-wid- e campaign for rat extermination, it was announced tod.iv. .Health officers from various states berV.1Ce and the larger cities, at a conference PAGKf DEVELOPMENTS OF "BETTER SIRES BETTER STOCK CAMPAIGN IN U. S. rcsult-nllinl- jl BUILD HOUSES EXHIBITS OF DIS- "CAN'T RECOMMEND IT TOO 100F FROM RATS C. V High-Clas- Dvclonmcnts in the "Better Sires FOR SALE "IT)) Better Stock campaign have C(1 figures showing the relative S Pnhlir '" Two Registered Bulls, one mimlin. v, .nlo nun f...l... Ki;J; ., ..v.. nf luniks . and two years old. lunulas s xauicai vnanges in in usiveston ana ucaumont, Texas, for breeding purposes. Following arc 10 stuuy Duuonic plague ami rat ex Three full stock yearling Bulls he construction of Buildings Wounded Soldiers Enter Their , Miller Was Forced by Stomach beadratios basedof on more than uwi.qoo termination recommended to Surgeon not registered. of stock all kinds listed with General Hugh S Cuming that standTo Get Rid of Rats. Handicraft in Women Dept. Trouble and Rheumatism to the United States Dcnartmcnt of Some yearling Bull Calves. ard specifications for rat proof h Agriculture: Also three yearling heifers at Give Up His Business. Old and Young Women to Service. These are to be furashjngtoii, D C. (Special) Plans nished to the Cattle i bull to 180 cows farmers prices different states and Have Exhibits. rVrtlillifT twnr !mtrnt tun tttitil rvtt Horses - - 1 stallion to If..!) mares cities in order that they may be inW A. STITH, - - - 1 hoar to 11.5 sows Tanlac and that's saying a good deal Jvl,,e corporated in the building codes Guston, Ky. AllIiniiLrli liicr letters itnsluimtp flip for I have been trying for eight years " . ram to ,r c,wes " ,lcc,p throughout the country. - ,' IMILK lO -- l. II UUC3 section at. the State Fair set asulcfor to get relief," said Robert Miller, 41J, One Rat For Every Person. rooster to ana hens "While bubonic plague is under the exhibition of fancy work, sewing. Market street, Louisville. Ky. Mr.lL0"1" poultry, - geese, control in this country, there will al- cakes and pics, as the "Women's Dc- - Miller who was in the hardware busi Other ducks, turkeys, etc. ways be scattered infection until the partment. many articles entered in ness in Detroit for ten years, was (average) - - 1 male to 8.J! fcmlcs rat can be exterminated," said Sur- competition with wares of previous forced to retire eight years ago on These figures represent conditions geon General dimming. "The most prize winners will be the fruits of the nrrnimt nf ill Imnttii lm u im.v f.i. effective measure is permanent rat labor of men, this year. These men ng so well he is thinking of going on more than L',000 farms in various tmach I am prepared to test your eyes and parts of the country and arc believed proofing of all buildings. Plans for arc former soldiers who wounded in back 'in business again. sp the vital organs healthy by this may easily be incorporated in the war learned to be expert crochc- "Yes, sir, for eight years before I to 'c typical of other farms. They furnish you glasses, or a prescripilarly taking the world's stand-reme- any new construction. While the tcrs and knitters while in hospitals, began taking Tanlac had suffered show the importance of placing stress Carl C. Stephens, an overseas vet- - from rheumatism was principally in " quality in sires, since in practically tion for glasses. Satisfaction guarfor kidney, liver, Public Health Service can concern ' cases a sire is the parent of a very itself directly only with the problem cran who carries permanent scars my legs and back, and was so bad I Ider and uric acid troubles anteed. of plague prevention, there is an im- froin the battles of the Argoimc is could hardly walk without a cane and much larger number of offspring than ... ... .... ....v. -. portant economic problem that en- the first man to enter more than one if I Mnnndl nvnr Mir. nnin in m. i.nnb the averaeo female nnimal. . ... .. J"- ters into this situation, due to the article ot handicraft' Me lias entered was so severe it was all I could do a naiHibomciy cmoroidcred sola pillow to keep from crying out My stomach DR. D. S. SPHIRE fact that at the present time, according DECEIVED was so badly upset nearly everything to authoritative estimates, there is one tuvcr aim kiuiicu ncuspreau. Miss Loftybrow Why did you Hardinsburg, Ky. Victor LoilKSStrcct. a Louisville bov I ntp hurt, miv anil rniil.l tin rat rat for cery one person in the United any solid food at all. I usually enjoyed leave the agricultural college? Staes To maintain this huge number of 10 has entered a painting. Miss Manchester The catalogue Miss Addic Ditto, superintendent National Remedy of Holland for of rats costs the people of this coun of the women s department has re- - my evening meal more than any other mentioned thoroimh courses in hus- but most of the time I dared not cat nturiesand endorsed by Queen Wilhel- - try approximately one cent per I took two terms and there son every day for rat food, and intol- ceived more than a dozen reuuests anything at all at that itme, for if ')am'ry. n.. At ail- - druggists, tbree sizes. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS erable and unnecessary burden for for entry blanks from former soldiers I did I would suffer frmn it nil nitrlif wasn't even a hint about husbands. t for the unt Gold McdtJ on Try DM the people to carry. ami ncr mail is Hooded daily with en- - long. I had lost so much weight and ad accept bo IralUtloa tries from women in all parts of Ken- - was in such bad condition I was tucky. greatly worried over the outlook. "One day I read where Tanlac had Two Novel Sections . relieved a man who described his Dr. HART being mine. JC3k two.novc' sc.c. ,0.ns. of l',e .......,;, Wk,,i1u1i m mill iu- - condition as to trv similar to ntul I so i .leciclecl t ttpfh illt nllfl lnnnmliar u,,v- t nttn am I i being for work "."""'".'by women more ing surely glad. tliadid. for I am fee done 1)etter have n 312 ACRES than G., years of age and the other My rileUmatism is all gone, my stom- (Continued From Page 2) for girls younger than 13 years. ach doesn.t give n)e any trouble. 1 The arts and crafts dcnartmcnt has and I can eat anything I want at Miles North of Webster in Mead County, is the guest of her niece, Mrs. C. B. been enlarged greatly to take care any time of the day or night and of the many exhibitions which have never have a particle of trouble from Gentry. i ni Miss Ola Basham is visiting her ncen promised, in tns department :. r. ti ...:.. Ky, Near Federal Highway. Will be in J, sister, Mrs. J. E. Johnson, at Irv- is shown basketwork, woven work e(1 several pounds in j ,t as ington. " taking Tanlac . I . am picking Sift ".VStf'-- i Inmn "'.': ,?' ,CrJ'?"Sr I ' .. . Limestone land, in high state of cultivation; Miss Nancy Perry, of Evausville, ik , ":' , ""' tip anu teeiing Defer and better eerv i was the Sunday guest of her mother, day. After what Tanlac has done for level and slightly rolling; can all be plowed with and portraits in oils and water colors me I don t think I can rccommtnd it Mrs. J. H. Perry. on the and hand painted china. highly." tractor; ."JO acres woodland; first class fencing'; The section for women more than too YELLOW LAKE Tanlac is sold in .Cloverport bv Cut years of age will embrace exhibits i '. FOURTH MONDAY IN SEPT. good gates; two story residence, (' rooms; two lU.t.i:..',.a n.... c. "' :.. " u"'"S " "B. l "J Little Margaret Jane Rhodes has nf rrn.l,Ml tlinn. ' flattmgly Uros., in Addison by I. D. been unable to walk for several days and shaws; knitted sweaters, socks. Ad(Uson large porches, newly painted : new out buildings. ani, in Amnions by Win. II. from getting a nail stuck in her foot. gloves and mittens and embroidery of Dutschke. Advertisement, Cistern under porch ; deep well in yard with new Julian Storms has been indisposed all kinds. for the past week. The section for children under 13 pump. room tenant house, new; large tobacco Mrs. Steve Critchelow, one of our years old will be for exhibits of dress- - L,OUIB URG fine old ladies was stricken with para- ed dolls, aprons and small articles of barn, 42x72 new: stock barn, 40x(i0. Church and Of Cattle and Hog Breeders lysis a few days ago and is at the wearing apparel, crocheting, knitted Success to The Breckenridge News, Mrs. Grayson Pavne spent Monday school 2 mile. Rural Route and telephone. An ;n Irvington. Chicken Raisers, Live Stock home of her son. Win. Critchtlow, work and button holing. near McDaniels. Mrs. J. W. Ater spent Monday night farm in every respect. Will take and Tobacco Dealers of Cel Woosley and Storms ing her cousin. Miss Mattingly, with Mrs. Adam Basham. made a short business trip to Caney-vill- near Kirk, this week.Isabel S'uall farm as part trade. Mr. and Mrs. G. Tucker and sons, Breckinridge County last Wednesday. McDaniels and Leitchfield ball spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. Mr. Ned Cannon is erecting a nice teams played a very interesting game D. Simmons. For Further Particulars Write new stock barn on the same foundaA little boy came to make his home last Sunday on the Leitchfield dia- Hall Stock Farm tion where his old one burned M. Basham, inond. Score 4 to 5 in favor of Leitch- - with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. E Wilson is nutting up a garage. field. Aug. 12. Harold D Glen Dean. Kv. ' woo. house and poultry house all Miss Gola McAfee and sister, Mrs C. A. TIN I US Stephensport, Ky. Miss Edna Henninger, of Rod, who PolledDurhamCattle. Poland Chma combined has been in Louisville, the past two Lee Selva, and Mr. Selva, of PrinceHogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hamp- Miss Morence Rhodes, who is wellyears 'studying nursing, is home on ton, West Va., are visiting their aunt, known throughout the county as a a vacation. Mrs. G. W. Sketo. hire Sheep. E. H. Compton, of Madisonvillc. HTe won 1000 Ribbon t Sute Flm la er left' last Monday for St. Joseph's1 visited in our community Sunday and Infirmary, Louisville, where she ex SAMPLE rut Fire Yert Monday. pecis to lane a irainmg ior nursing. Miss Anna Cashmau. of Apoleton The revival begun at this place Her many and sincere friends here Tiiprlav evpninrr City. Mo., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Valley Home i wisn her success in her new work. visitino- hU G. W. Sketn Master Top AR-in- : Mr. Vernon Hunter and family, of grandmother.. Mrs. Caroline Adkins. . Mrs. Rachel Lay is visiting at the J. OWEN & SONS, Propieton iuissuun, arc visiting menus ami rei-- i John U Hickerson came down from Home of A. M. Hardin Hardinsburg. Kv.. Route l atives at McDaniels and near West Louisville, Sunday evening to spend Mrs. E. H. Compton, of Madison- Poland China Hogs a Specialty a few days with his parents. ville, returned to her home Saturday Rev. Father Higgins. of Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Pate and child- - after spending two weeks with her Polled Durham Cattle Ky., Who had been Visiting lllS par- - ren. of TllinmV nrx en..nHi,icr n fev naronts. Mr. an ft Mrs Ailam Ttaeliam ents near Grayson Springs, passed weeks in this vicinity visiting rela Mrs. H. A. Ater and son. J, W. of iiiiuut,!! ncic i.isi niIrvington are visiting her parents, THE HOWARD FARMS day stopping uiuuuie iiuiuc Odendahl- tlves. Vera with Rev. J. Miss Huntsman is visiting Mr and Mrs. June Bandy J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. for supper. He was accompanied by Miss Mary Logan Jolly, this week Mr. Guy Haynes and Miss Lena1 Simmons were week-en- d guests of Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Sultan, mis sis.cr aim mo younger urouiers. and attending the" meeting, Thomas Cannon is making prepara- l on of Rcv, Tate. Mrs. Tate and son, ar- - Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Simmons, and Sjltan, heads the herd I Will Be At Hardinsburg, Ky., Wednesday, liuroc Hogs, Sprague Defender heads tlir tions to put oi a picture show in his rived here Friday to visit his parents, attended the protracted meeting at herd. new garage at McDaniels. Grove. Mr. Milton Tate, and Mrs. Tate and Walnut Ureeders of lind. prize Polled Shorthorn Airs Amanda Kliodes. ot Urayson to be with Rev Huntsman in the Mr and Mrs. M. D. Payne and ileifer (Senior yearling class) September 8th, To Buy Mules from county came over last Tuesday to revival mpptintr Chicago, 1010. family spent the day Sunday with visit -: -: Glen Dean, Ky. at St.friends ands. attend the Mission. We inare glad to have Miss Vera Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Basham Anthony Axtel, next week. Jollv Mr Hoyt D. Decker, of Vincennes, our midst again. Rev. Jesse Galloway is holding a Mrs. Lee Hickerson and Sallie Tolly Ind., is visiting his aunt, Mrs. A protracted meeting at Antioch. spent several days at the home of her M. Hardin, and while there called Mr. Con Mattingly s children, Isa- - parents, last week, on Miss Jennie Bashamfl bel and Maxine. who were quite ill. Mrs. James Jolly spent Thursday Hardinsburg. Ky. with tonsilitis for several days, are' with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Dealeri in e "I Got Real Mad When I Lost My to be out again. ert Weedman. Setting Hen," Mrs. Hannan. LIVE STOCK AND K. E. Rhodes, Owensboro, came up Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Tate were last week to spend a tew days with week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs.' "I went to the hen house one TOBACCO friends and relatives. He was accom- - Milton Tate of this place, morninc and fonnrl mv favorite sptterl , , .. pained home by his wife and children, !. T,.... Jolly spent Inn.i ....nl. ... ucau. i goi. reai mau. .1, went to tne .' ABLED SOLDIERS Herefords AT STATE FAIR fffIIff I ,.l I build-Hcalt- -- -- WATCH" HE BIG 4 -- Kidneys-Heart-Lives dy T ' 1 1 I J 1 COLD MEDAL ..... , ft 1 I I O.E. NEWS FROM I THE COUNTY wl' im-scl- i? " FARM for SALE VETERINARY j. SURGEON 4 ntnumaounu, ni., p T-- . M.,c .' DIRECTORY 53 1-- Fj-an- j up-to-da- te e, Planters ,' Stock harm - tW. '" Mules Wanted! . hitc-hal- Jiiter-Na-tion- :- :- BEARD BROS. Rob-abl- j 4 to 9 Years Old ( Robertson Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealer in b..Ccii m,. . ?;.t I i. "'"""' T I , 12 to 16 Hands High I a ,WJH JolIy went t0 Hardinsburg, Horses, Mules, Fine Sad- Rev. Jesse?r$nn J, ue5S"; V'S week and Monday. dle and Harness Horses. l.PSPrn,ltSvme Ume mth I,a It will pay you to visit my Stablea in Miss cqunij. Edwina Rhodes is visit- - "Morninp stranupr " Mary ative party as he settled himself in the only vacant half seat in the smok- er, and what state might you be FOOLING WITH HEALTH SERIOUS s I . n t,. $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad (Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky., and B. Ky, F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg, Advertisement. I .I Want Them In Good Flesh and Sound. Bring Them Will Give All They Are Worth. r ' , 4 ' lave frequently asked druggists We take it in all cases where a blood "What do you push in a blood medi- - medicine is needed, no matter in claet" The answer usually came, what form it shows itself and we "The kind I can make the most get splendid results in rheumatism, money on." My answer has always catarrh, constipation, kidney, stomach feeen "Not) me." I have succeeded and liver troubles. I firmly believe if pretty well and I havo always reeom- - everyone would begin in the spring and nended the one that I had found by take "Number 40,r they would escape xperienco to be tho best and the one malaria and fevers in all forms. J. C. 1 would be willing to take myself or Mendenhall, 40 years a druggist, of my own family, Evansvillo, Ind. Tho best druggisi in five to members never offered tho public a your neighborhood sells Number 40, medicine that wo do not use at home. but if it happens that ho docs not, send This is why I can offer "Number 40 direct to J. C. Mendenhall Medicine For The Blood," with a clear con- Company, Evansvillo, Indiana, and rescience; we have not only tried it on ceive it delivered to you at $1.25 per thousands of others, but on ourselves. bottle, six bottles for $7.00, f Hot house people are like hot house plants They can't stand exposure to severe weather says the United States 'rm"f r,eP1,ed the stranger, wearily, ' Public Health Service. Sleep with the it doesn t matter now. One's as dry windows open and keep every room as onother." well ventilated ,' I to Beard Brothers' Barn. Robert Crow o THE TWO BETHELS RUSSELL VILLE FOR BOYS 1020 I HOPKINSVILLE FOR GIRLS A Junior Collge and Conservatory and a Standard High School. Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE Campus and Buildings, $300,000; Endowment, $200,000; Enrollment, 181; Faculty, all men, fifteen. Hughes' Chill Tonic feitwr thin Cattmsl Ample Electives in College Courses, Standard High School and Preparatory Business and Vocational Classes. Military Training, R. O. T, G, Uniform Furnished Free Athletics Compulsory. Courses in Literature, Art, Expression, Home Economics, Music and Business, under competent Instructors. Patronage increased 300 per cent last year, Good Socjal and Religious Atmosphere, New Dormitory, Gymnasium, J Swimming Pool. A good place for good girls. Let us send you our catalogue. J. W. GAINES, President, Hopkinsville, Kentucky. mi PALATABLE Quoins. (Cesklfli no AiymIc.) Tha OW Rsllaals EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC r CMH awl Malar M Fawn, twawa Favsrs Htaw f tvars. Jwt what yw tmi at tok hum. PM.D LAXATtVf , NCVfUS SEDATIVE. SPLENMI TWUC. Don't Take Any Substitute, THY IT. 60c and 91.30 Bottles M-te- o As wet) fmn, t4 Expenses and Annual. $300. Rates to Ministers. Write for catalog GEO F. DASHER, President, Russcllville, Kentucky, O IHrpMtf ky FXTTBT C.. LMtavtH. My. &2S35 - Jj gClFYMK: !'"!. I TIKSa jl ' opu VWmw, viiipijpjppiii lyiiiiiin pp n ipwjp'e' V tt't-wvt- - ttvt" CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY HOW AN EDI- - ;;! ' P V. PAGE . VY THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, SEPT. NESS 19-2- SEPTEMBER 1 11 HJHHHHfe-- 5 "KIND- TO ANIMALS" WEEK IN XY. 'COLORED MAN IN OWENS- BORO REPUTED TO BE OKLA., OIL "MAGNATE." to be the wealthiest negro who ever lived in Owensboro, an Oklahoma oil king, witu an income said to be $3,000 a month, left Owensboro, Friday, after having been detained a day by the fact that his $3,000 Hudson limousine was attached Thursday night to secure a tobacco bill of $271 38. which McKcnzie owed the Elite cigar stand and forgot to pay when he started to leave the city. McKcnzic's wife, who is said to be part Indian, and to have owned much of the land from which McKcnzic derived his income, left Owensboro recently, returning to Oklahoma and her husband was left behind to bring on the two cars and other property and close up accounts. The negro had sold the two stores which he had operated here and had taken his car from the garage preparatory to leaving. He was having it filled with oil and gas when Sheriff Bales arrived with the attachment which he served. TOR GOT RICH. HERE FOR SALE IS r Kj & Charles Lincoln McKcnzic, reputed pr tr ii m ipartr cmfalp Am Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 2.1. Governor Morrow today proclaimed September as "Kindness to Animals Week," urging that the school children "he impressed with the duty of kindness to all creatures." He also asked the ministers to give consideration subject in their services Sunday, September 10. 10-2r He has ndv retired with n comfortable fortune of $50,000. This money was acquired through industry, economy, conscientious effort to give full value, intloniitablc pcrs4rvancc, and the death of an uncle who o left the editor $19,090.50. Em-pec- He started poor as a proverbial church mouse, 20 years ago. THE BEST iox20o BUY IN 1RVINGTON. nvn lots, feet, fivk FURNACE GOOD ROOM HOUSE AND ELECTRIC WITH LIGHTS. BARN AND OUT BUILDINGS. 323 BUSHELS News. OF COAL IN BASE- iMmw dafe Swxrmer I at Reynolds Station with her cousins, ' Misses Marie and Catherine BRIG. GEN. EDWARDS ASSIGNED TO COMMAND AT CAMP TAYLOR. MENT AND COAL HOUSE. IF YOU WANT THIS NICE HOME GET BUSY AND SEE IT AT ONCE. YOU CAN MOVE RIGHT IN. Wf7" 'fir JW n pv 7TieriSf SB I Misses Lena and Louise Rice, of Evausvillc, arc on the Hill visiting Miss Cclcstinc Getting. Mrs. Con Sippcl and daughter, Miss Sclma, have returned from Tobins-po- rt after visiting Mrs. Sippel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Young. MOOK Mr. Homer Pile returned from Louisville, Wedneadsy night. Mr. O. H. Pile was at Falls of Rough, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Amies, of Evansvillc, Ind . arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Brown and other After you have worked hard for your money don't be tempted to invest it in big paying investments. It can't be done. Our Trust Department always has special investment securities that pay liberal interest. They are not speculative, but sound investment securities the kind called "gilt edged." We shall be glad to tell you about these securities Come in. Mrs. Fanny Lovens and Miss Gladys Cleaver, of Central City, have been visiting their uncle, Mr. E. C. Williams, and family. Mrs. Dallas Williams, of Kenmorc, Ohio, is visiting his father, Mr. Mosc Jackson, and other relatives. Mr. John H. Butler, of Kingswood, I visited his sons, Jones and Levi I relatives. Trust your estate to our Trust Department. ' FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. HAROINSBURG, KY. I Butler, Saturday and Sunday. Misses Ruby Allgood and Lee Cheyne are visiting the family of Mr. Henry Lucas at Big Clifty, this week. Misses Effie, Ida and Ellen D. Carman visited their sister, Mrs. Oscar Nix, and family last week. ADDISON-HOL- T Brig. Gen. Clarence R. Edwards, of Boston( Mass., known as the "Grand Old Man of the Yankee Division,"! has been officially ordered detached from the command of the Northeastern Department to take command at Camp Taylor, which will be shortly, transferred to Camp Dix, New Jersey. I .a (.An l7lin.ilii will 1'iuuauijr laivc 'McKcnzie protested vigorously that viwii. uundiua ....II n.nKnKln Inl.i. ma ' was paid for, but to no avail. new command Sept. 1. the car He was forced to spend another night WAR REFUGEES IN POLAND in Owensboro. McKcnzic had been the pride and GIVEN AID FROM U. S.' envcy of the local colored population : i . . for months following the purchase new iorK, Aug. 23. tieroert of his $5,000 limousine and a Dodge Hoover has directed the American ReRoadster. One was his pleasure car, lief Administration, of which he is tiic other he used for transacting the head, to spend caring business. He opened up two stores for war refugees in$500,000 in addiPoland, in shortly after his arrival where music, tion to. sums necessary to continue refreshments, and cigars were sold to feeding 1,000,000 Polish children. The the colored people of the cast and American Committee for the Defense , west endi of Poland tonight had McKcnzic announced some months received a announced to this iteffect I telegram ago that he planned to make Owens- from Mr. Hoover. boro his permanent home and build --pa H m a fine residence here. He never told just how much his income was, but rumor has it from $17,000 to $50,000 a year. It is known on good authority that he has received checks totaling $8,000 since he bought his limousine at the automobile show in the spring. The checks were made out to his wife, it is said. Owensboro I BELIEVE I CAN SAFELY ALSO BRED SAY ONE TO THAT OF I HAVE THE BEST COW IN THE COUNTY, CALVES, HER BE FRESH MARCH. 21ST, 1021. i L. T. KIRTLEY . IRVINGTON, KY. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS "a mi . All Aboard for Louisville Miss Mattie Black entertained the young people of this place on Thursday evening with a most enjoyable IRISH MIRACLE MAN DRAWING HUNDREDS. HILL ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fella, of Louisville, have returned to their home after a short visit to Mr. Fella's grandmother, Mrs. Julia Wood. Mr Willie Satterfield, son of James A Satterfield, of Pineville was here on Friday and Saturday for a short visit to relatives. Mr and Mrs Fred Ray, of Rock-por- t. Ind, where here last week to see Mr Ray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Ray Carl Beavin came home Saturday and returned Sunday to resume work in Owensboro Mrj. James Cooms and son. Walter, were here Siturd-ifrom Reed, to attend the picnic. The ice cream and pie social gien last Thursday evening for the benefit of the Presbyterian church at Newport Park was a social and finan cial success. We appreciate the atMrs. Morgan H. Fountain and little tendance of so many and their liberal grandson, Fountain McGuffin, who patronage. have been spending the summer with Mrs. Getling and children returned Mrs. Fountain's mother, Mrs. Hanfrom Illinois, Friday, where they vis- nah Hardin, of Holt left for Long Branch on Friday evening where they ited relatives. ' guests of Mr. and Mr. George Harding, of Dayton, will be week-en- d Ohio, is a guest at the Satterfield Mrs Boss McGhee before returning I to their home in Louisville. home Mr. John McGavock and three sons, Mrs. Hardin Kinder and children, of Oklahoma, who have been guests Lucile. Forrest and David, have re- of his sister, Mrs. Zack Hardin, and turned from Muufordsvillc, where Mr. Hardin, have returned home they spent two weeks visiting her j Mrs. D. S. Burks delightfully enparents, Mr. and Mrs Bishop tertained the young people on FriMr. Bud Isom went to Louisville day evening. Guests from out of town last week to consult a specialist in were: Messrs Hickman. Forrest and regard to his ees. He has not return- Richard McGaock. of Walters, Okla., ed Master Fountain McGutTin. of LouisMisses Nell. Gussie and Dolly ville, and Miss Cathryn Shellman, of Burke are wi Louisville the guests of Peewee Valley. their brother, James Burke, and Mrs. Burke SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Miss Marian Allen spent last week I J party. Templemorc, Ireland. Aug. 25 An incessant stream of pilgrims from all parts of Ireland continue to pour into Templemore to visit the, home of Thomas Divan, where it was claimed miraculous cures were being effected through the medium of sacred statues which Divian declared began to bleed mysteriously last week. Further remarkable cures were claimed today. Lodgings and hotel accomodations arc insufficient for even a fourth of the visitors, and the town's food stocks are virtually exhausted. The pilgrims arc being looked after by a corps of volunteers who are going through the surrounding country commandeering food, for which, however, payments are being made. i3 sell t WILL OPERATE HIGH SPEED RECORDER USED FOR TRANSATLANTIC MESSAGES. iSSSES&SE I "2 "The House fnfirocii' f IFI I. ENi WM nin. 'tfip.QS. nFTWPM 1uiuiui, 212-21- 4 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. - W2 KAH Manager. Mr. Fred D. Pierce, who spent a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Pierce at "Rose Hill." left Monday for Chatham, Mass., where he is to be engaged in operating the high speed recorder for the Radio Corporation of America. Mr. Pierce has been in the Naval Radio Service for three years and received his honorable discharge Aug. 10. The high speed recorder instrument, which is used for messages, is practically a new invention, there being only two of trans-Atlantic On the Crutcher & Starks Special The farmer is proud of his fine products of the soil our pride is in the good clothes we in Bar Harbor. Maine. Mr. Pierce is employed by the inventor of the new them in America today, the other An Incomparable Showing of Handsome instrument. HIGH COST OF LIVING IS ON DOWNWARD ROAD. Washington, Aug. 2G. Marked indications that the living cost has started on the long waited fall was said by the federal reserve board today to he contained in the latest reports. "The important downward tendency" of prices of all commodities excepting food is evidenced in all parts of the country, the board stated adding there is a sharp reduction in the price of raw products even forecast lower food prices soon. It said the price drops are due to a pronounced checking in speculation and is postive curtailment of extravagant expenditures and unnecessary borrowing on the part of the public. Servant Girl Wouldn't Go In Cellar, Fearing Rats I Fall Suits Richly Fur Trimmed the Kentucky State Fair-t- he farmer exhibits prize cattle, fancy horses and ribbon-winnin- g produce. He takes pride in the achievement, he has gained through hard work and study. Crutcher & Starks' exhibit of new fall clothing deserves special attention, too. Two Stores 4th and Jefferson and Seelbach Hotel. n Real winners because they are fine in their American style sincere in tljeir g materials in their service. They are more than just good clothes they are good appearance; they bring true blue-ribbolong-lastin- At Smart Tailor-Made- s 9' 35 to 250 UMrV Introducing the newest, the smartest developments in silvertone, goldtone, yalama, duvet delaine, velour, tricotine and serge. Suits from the "House of Youth" inspired creations of distinction and outstanding quality. Specialized Values Are Always Available at . Mrs. Tepper, Plainfield, N. J., says, "Rats were so bad in our cellar the servant girl wouldn't go there. P Bought some and it P cleaned all the rats out." destroys rats and mice. Absolutely nrevents odors. Conies in cake form. no mixing. Cats or dogs won't touch it. lliree sizes,. 35c, 05c, $1.25. Sold, and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & ' Co., Cloverport, Ky., and B. F. Beard ai. wo., iiuruiusuuiK. r.y. nuvciiisc ment. RAT-SNARAT-SNAJ clothes-satisfactio- n. I Visitors to the State Fair are invited to make these,, stores their meeting place their headquarters. We are at your service. WOMEN EXEMPT FROM PAYING POLL TAXES. According to the. state law whioh provides that a poll tax of $3 be levied only on male citizens over 31 years j of age, this will exempt women from paying a poll tax and .yet haye the ballot. With this excention of not having to pay any poll tax either in ' city or county women are on equal footing with men. LATE. Suits and O'coats $3500 and $4500 To $25 Wool Plaid Skirts Several hundred stunning Fall models, showing box, side, $45 3?w Store andup Shn.dkrAzJVaiw SUMMER RADISHES. . fflnCHERjttRKS Sons tntucky knife and combination pleats in clever variations '15 i LcxinKton. Kv Now is the time to spade up a small section of the gar-- 1 den and thoroughly prepare the soil for some late radishes. Since the radish is a quick maturing and hardy plant the White Vienna and Chartierl varieties can be planted at this time without any danger of them becoming pithy. These vegetables are especial-- 1 ly delicious and every farmer should have some in his garden this fall. GranviMt ft.Burfott LoulBvllk-T- ke fV munMi -- ,; rf(ri M