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The Breckenridge news: September 15, 1920 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1920 brc1920091501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 15, 1920 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 15, 1920 8 VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, Pages No. 12 ENTHUSIASTIC CROWD GATHERS MINERS STRIKE AFFECTS C'PORT B. C. H. S. HAS BIG ATTENDANCE Out-of-to- TO THE REPUBLICAN WOMEN OF BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY: WHO HOLDS THE LUCKY NUMBER? It docs not matter now whether we are of the women who have achieved suffrage or of thoc who have had it thrust upon us 'What does matter is the use we shall make of it. The privilege is ours and the responsibility is o.ie that we must assume. Woman's advent in the turmoil of politics comes at a critical period; a crisis in the world's history. Woman has ever shown cfTiccncy in her traditional functions of wife, mother, sister, wage earner and member of society and now that the keen edged little tool, the ballot has been given to her. she has opportunity to carry her rich experience as home maker and conserver of the ideals of the race into the concerns of her (Continuel On Page 8) FOR DEMOCRATIC RALLY County Seat Crowded With Dcrri Cloverport has been seriously affected by the Western Kentucky coal SPEAKS CASTLEMAN MRS. miners strike, in that the Cloverport Light and Ice Company is without sufficient coal to furnish day current. The Democratic Rally held in Since last Wednesday morning the Saturday afternoon stands Light Company has only furnished apart from any other political rallies current front .'ii.'lO p. m. to 0 p. in. held in the county in two respects: each night, and the business conMaster Fuqua Christian, who "First,, it was the first political rallyv cerns of the city who are dependent is two months old, holds the reevery held in Breckinridge county upon the company for day current cord of being the second youngwhere a woman addressed the meethave had to practically suspend busiest baby to have made the trip ing, and secondly it is the first politi' ness for the time being. through the Cave. His rival was cal meeting where women have atThose who are furnished day curonly one month old. tended since they have been given rent for motor power arc D. IJ. Phelps equal rights with men. Button Factory, Squires and Handy of the Democratic Enthusiasts MARRIED IN LOUISVILLE Flour Mill and The Brcckcnridgc party from all over the county, many News office. The Light Company furof whom were women, gathered at nishes the L. II. & St. L. It. R. shops Miss Margia Ann Harnett and Mr. with one o'clock in the court room of the night, but lights current county coifrt house, and by lr.io .there John L. Bruncr, of Custer, Kj;, were the shops hasforresorted at it's own to granted a marriage license in Louis-vill- power plant. (Continued on Page 4) Monday. Small Supply of Coal. The Light Company is supplied with coal from the Western Kentucky mines and a carload of coal is consumed in 4 days. All during the spring and summer the company lias only been able to get a carload of coal at a time By running about three hours every evening, the company has been able to furnish street lights audi for We have phases of service the houses during the coal shortage. purpose: develop a reIlard-jnsburg, ocrats From Over County to Hear Hon. Kincheloe SECOND YOUNGEST BABY TO GO THROUGH MAMMOUTH CAVE Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Christian and sons, Masters J. W. and Fuqua Christian, of near CIov-crpo- rt and Mrs. Christian's par-ni- s. Mr. and Mrs; Fuqua, 'of Oklahoma, motored to Mamouth Cave last week and went through the Cave, Cloverport Light Co., Without Largest Number Pupils Ever Recorded. Coal and Several Business Concerns Handicapped. Faculty Members. The Who has No. .'Mil? this number Breckinridge County High won the Automobile given at School opened last Tuesday with the Picnic, Saturday, the Masonic studlargest number of August. Slst. Present this No ents the school has ever had. to 7. C. Itendrick. and get your There were many visitor., at the machine. opening session, and those who made short talks were: County SuperintenGOES TO GEORGETOWN dent J. R. Mcador, Rev. Huntsman, Rev. Byron IJ. S. Dejarnette bad Rev. Byron D. S Dcjaructtc. W. S. Ball. R R. Compton, It. C. Hall. a large congregation at Amnions on Judge S B Payne and Mrs M. D. Saturday evening and Sunday morn-tn- g Dejarnette left from his Rev. Beard. The faculty this year includes Prof home in Hardinsburg, Monday inorn-jn- g for Georgetown, Ky where he Fred Shultz. principal. Grade teachers John G. Woodruff, Miss Mary Shires. will enter his second year in the Miss Johnson, Mrs. Lcla McCubbius, Georgetown College Miss Clara Kskridgc and Mrs. Andrew Driskcll. out-of-to- e. L. B. REEVES GOES WITH BROWN SHOE COMPANY To Have Territory in Nebraska And Travel Six Months. Mr. L. B. Reeves, who has been Reeves-Bowm- "She'Bank that makes you feel at Home" Service A Sinking many but only one To lationship that is broadly Helpful. Our five departments Render thorough and efficient service on all transactions. Comerical Banking Trust Business Savings Department Safety Deposit Boxes Foreign Exchange Member of Federal. Reserve System. We Sell American Bankers Association elers Checks. trav- Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Co. Market at Fourth Louisville, Kentucky . traveling for Ely & Walker Dry Goods Company, of St Louis, and who has part ownership in the store in Hardinsburg, has accepted a position with the Brown Shoe Company, of St. Louis, and will travel WOMEN 'APPOINTED ON six months out of the year. Mr. Reeves' territory will be in Nebraska CEMETERY COMMITTEE and he and Mrs. Reeves leave this w'eek for Omaha to be gone three Mrs. F. C. English Made Chairman months. In the absence of Mr and Mrs. of the, Permanent Organization. Reeves, their store in Hardinsburg will be in charge of Messrs. Hoben The directors of the Cloverport and Lyons, who are competent mercemetery committee met last Tuesday chants of long experience. and appointed eight women of the city on a committee to have the ceme- COUNTY ROAD ENGINEER tery lot cleaned right away, and to BLOOMER RESIGNED. remain a permanent organization for the niirnnsp of imtirnvimr nml tiavincr ,f 1, ' ft, a i..matAci ...nil t'nnt (111rnu County Road Engineer Bloomer ,11V. V..1 lV.pi J ,,111111 tl.n 11UV.I.I illV has resigned his position as Road year. The women appointed were: Mrs. Engineer for Breckinridge county, his F. C. English, chairman; Miss Eliza resignation taking effect Sept (. Mr, beth Skillman secretary and treasurer; Bloomer left Hardinsburg. Sunday for . : -i 'r im U.. L.lglUIUUL, 1IIU&. Lexington. .Mid V114S c t i..r The County Court meets WednesJ. Ferry, Mrs. Shelby Conrad, Mrs. Ben Ridgeway, Mrs R. L. Oelzc and day of this week and some action may be taken then on appointing an enMiss Jane Warfield. The committee held a meeting on gineer to succeed Mr. Bloomer, or Tuesday afternoon and considered according to the statement of County Judge S. B Payne the action may be plans for improvement of the deferred until early spring. er Fund In order to prepare for future emergencies every person should have a sinking fund which would be available in case of need or for some desirable use. The Certificates of Deposit issued by The Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Company are a safe and profitable method of accumulating money. They are issued to cover periods of six months or longer, and earn per cent -- 1 r1,-,- I Hardinsburg HARDINSBURG. KY. 0 ON TIME VO DEPOSITS C SAVINGS "Bank of anJrust Co. lll. OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS: We extend a most cordial invitation to visit our store and inspect our Fall Line of Dry Goods and everything that is to be found in a General Merchandise Store. See our wonderful showing of Dress Ginghams, at Don't overlook our line of Pall Outing Cloths, at v .... . 30c 35c In fact you can't afford to buy your Fall Wants until you see us. Every item carried will compare with prices above mentioned. We are agents for the famous Buster Brown School and Dress Shoes for all size boys and girls, the celebrated Maxine line of Shoes for Ladies and the White House line of Shoes for Men. (Every ' pair solid.) v OUR t MOTTO-LI- VE we want your Produce. AND LET LIVE PRICES Highest Market Price paid in cash or exchange, no dif- Don't forget that ference made. Your friends, REEVES & B0WMER, Masonic Building HARDINSBURG, PAGE TWO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY STEPHENSPORT d ' 1 SEPTEMBER IS, 1M0 'Mm. Lcc Stewart and Miss Goldic GARFIELD Harned, were the week-enguests Stcwurt of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim ACCIDENTS CLAIM FOUR Mrs. Jennie Willfanis, of Clover Mrs. It. B. Moorman is visiting Allen. c a're sorry t0 rcport Mrs. A. N. port, is tne guest oi iter sister, Airs. McCoy, as being on the sick list. TIMES AS MANY AS WAR. relatives in Louisville Syrena Jarrctt, Hcrschcl Macy, of Ft. Worth, TexMcsdames Taylor Dowell, Geo. Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Cashman were Kroush, Horace McCoy and June as, was the guest of his grandfather, ADDISON-HOLChicago, Sept. 7. Every year HARDINSBURG in Cloverport, Thursday having dental Hayne9 called on Mcsdames A. N. Mr. Jcssc Macy, last week. Farmers arc busy cutting tobacco. about of the total popThe hail Saturday afternoon did McCoy and Julius Sippcl. Friday. Peter Sheeran was here Monday the work done. The government is still employing ulation of the United Stacs falls Mr and Mrs. H. O. Pullcn have, Mr. .mi! Mm. I. M. IIsvum mul iwn great damage to crons. truest nf lii lirnflirr. D "Slirer.in. nncl men on the Lock and Dam at Ad-- I downsairs, gets run over, trips moved to Addison (r mirffr-daughters, were Sunday dinner guests ' Mrs, Claude Shumate and little sis- dison, also boarding them on the boat. into' open manholes, leans too ter, Evadcnc Nicholas, visited Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Jabez Hayncs. Miss Katlterinc Rcidcl and Miss Mrs. Win. Hamilton. New Albany. far out the window, peers into a Fonza Milburn, at Woodrow, last Marian Hardin spent the week-enMrs; Hannah Bennett spent Satur,arV' Intl., who has been visiting her par- - "??' gun that is supposed to be unt Al. r. wedding, ot .... m. ...i i. i ti t ..:. day night with her son, in Stephens-por- week. at home returning to Cloverport High loaded or, to cut is short, drowns. Mrs. Owen Laslic, who school, iMonday. last Tcsla- with Mrs. Eugene Mr and s''c,u returned The result is that 11,037,000 perj havakIji lasj j tliiiiilll Conner. a sons arc injured every year AlChristine Rhod Mrs. A. kmclicloc and daughter, Mr amj Mrs Russell Pendleton returned to their home in Louisville. so 10,000 are killed accidently Miss Clara Belle Kincheloe. have re- - an, ia,y. of Holloway. arc guests of FRYMIRE y( wo " ci "uo.c Mrs. Marantic Jones, of Scdalia, every year. All of which and L"1 u! Jimcs, A hl ?mI E( turned from a weeks visit with Mrs relatives here is the guest of Mr. and R. Bruncr has erected him a granite Combs attended more came to light boat show at at the Kinchcloc's son, R. T, Kincheloe, and. Mr, and Mrs. Geo. M. Barklev were double monument at the grave of lames Jones "'"R"1' Health and Accident UnderMrs. Kincheloe, Louisville. guests of Mrs. Barklcy's sisters, at ln's wife, Mrs. Lcc Bruncr. Mrs. G. F.' Bandy and' little daugh- - CvcrPort' writers' conference at the Hotel' Lee Price has gone to. Washington, Maceo, the latter port of the week. Junius Miller, Frymirc, left Sunday tcr, Nancy Thomas, of near Irving- -' The pic supper at Holt, Friday night La Salic. D. C Mrs E. A. Blaine returned Tuesday for Kusscllvillc, where he will enter ton. were infests of Mrs. E. C. Harned.-- waswcll attended and a success both During the war .'i 1,000 Amerisocially and financially. St. Louis, where she spent a few college. Monday. Misj Marcclla Brown, North cans were killed in battle, whereMrs. Mat Pate, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. The young folks were entertained Miss Mollic Barr is in Louisville, son. Iiid., is visiting her parents. Mr 'avs with her son. A. 1. Blame. Dye. of Louisville, were here last Sunday night at Mr.. J, L. Rhodes' in. as right at home with no battle Mrs M. A. McCubbins. of Hardms- - visiting relatives and friends. and Mrs. G. D. Brown. going on lUO.OOO Americans died I'nrg. was the guest of relatives and II. L. Bruncr motored to LouisviJIe. week o'troutc to Custer, to visit Dr. honor of Mrs. Ruth Collins, of Chica-an- d ci. D. a W. IcafT and i). I., of accidents during the same perMrs. J. V Meador. go, and Miss Frances Rhodes. last Monday to open his school and B.Slanks have McGary made' a business trip iod, according to figures producMrs. Charlie Ncel and baby, of, A few" of the young folks attended was accompanied by L. S. Brashcar. last week. ed at the conference. a vJ?t whl tlcir aHg. trnc(, afu.r Mrs. Wade Pile and children, of Pilchcr, have returned to their home fi,- - ,i.,m siiiinii. tp,Id n.vi.t Murray Brown. PmcVille. who has tcri .Mrs. Emma Weisenbcrg, Clovcr-hee- n Hardinsburg, spent several days last after a visit with relatives here. sci,ool openC(i ,crc last week with spending the past ' week with port. I(' :M,c.Coy ha oh his farm t0 Miss Ruby Wade, of Marshall county MOVING FROM BRECK- week with her sister, Mrs. H. E. his parents, Atty. Gus Brown and Kenneth E. Gilbert returned to Frymirc. and Mr. Frymirc. Jim Dickinson, of Custer. as tcichcf INRIDGE TO CALIFORNIA Mrs. Brown, returned to his home Kusscllvillc. Saturday where he will Mrs. Taylor Gray and son, Morris Mrs II. L. Bruncr and daughter, Mrs. Carl Black and sou, Roy, Saturday. resume his studies at Bethel College Dorothy, left Monday night for her D., of Louisville, arc guests of her spent Monday in Cloverport. Frymire, Sept. 13. (Special) There Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Carr, of Alton, home in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs B. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Frank, Mr. and Mrs. John Dodge. J out's- -' ville, who have been visiting relatives 111., arc guests of Mrs. Carr's brother, R. Noble and two sons will take at Woodrow. was a large crowd attended the sale here, have returned home. Eugene Conner and .Mrs Lonner charge of the farm Mr. and Mrs. Homer Alexander HARNED of Mr. Wallace Parks on Saturday, Mrs. Annie Askins, of Cloverport, Mr, and Mrs. Adam Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. C. Bandy and two and children of Harned, were guests nas returned Airrcn xayior, jr., Sept. 4. The auctioneer was Mr. from Providence, after a visit with was the guest of Mrs. Chas Maysey, children, of Lodiburg. spent the week- of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Alexander, Mallow; Robinson, of Akron, Ohio, end with Mrs, Mary Dodson. Sunday. arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rob- Mark Hardin, of Andyvillc, and Mr. Mrs, J. O. Young, and Mr. last Saturday. his sister, Mrs. Murray and children have re- -' Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bandy and two V. R. Dodson was clerk. Everything inson Young. home in Owcnsboro, turned with LOCUST HILL J. W. May has. purchased a farm sold for a good price. Atty. D. C. Walls and Mrs. Walls after a to their her cousin, Mrs. John children, spent the week-enher sister, Mrs. Will Shclman, and near Webster, and will move soon. have moved to the John Alexander Gibson. visit to Mr. and Mrs. Parks and son, Jesse Mr. Shclman. Mrs. J. M. Bcatty, of Mr and Robert Wcathcrford was in property on West Main St. Hardin, left Wednesday to visit in W. C Blaine and Ed. S. Payne Messrs. E. It. Cart, L. S Brashcar. Route II were the on business, last week. McDanield, Lon Glasscock, tpiwlpfl flip Daviess Cotintv Fair at Gus Bargcr and Roscoc Avitt motored end guests of their daughter, Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Vinson and. Lodiburg, before starting for their here Thursday. Owcnsboro, last week. ; children, of Colesburg, were guests of ; to Mooleyvillc. to the M W. A. lodge. Fred Davis, and Mr. Davis. new home in California Mrs. Chris. Hook and daughters. Mrs. Sam H. Dix has a new line Ten new members were initiated. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blair were the friends here Thursday. i Misses Mary Elizabeth and Ruby of fall hats call and sec them. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Brttner. of guests of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Davis, James McCoy, Jr., left Saturday for Hook, have returned to their home in Mrs. Ida Nottingham and mother, Louisville, spent last week with his and Mr. Davis, Sunday Louisville, where he will attend the "How We Cleared Our Summer Home of Rats," by Mrs. Perry. of Mrs. W. father. It. Bruncr. and other relatives Louisville, after a visit with Mrs of Lodiburg, were guests Miss Fannie Dyer went to Kings- - State Fair, Hook's sister, Mrs. Frank Jolly, and J bcliopp. last Ittesday. wood, last week to be the guest of and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hines, of Mad-hMr. Jolly. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pierce returned Mrs. S. J. Brashcar and family had "When wc opened our seaside home aunt, Mrs 'Oscar Davis and at- - rid, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Vic Robertson, who attended the to Halloway. Ohio. Monday, after a for their guests last week, Mr. and tend the camp meeting'. E. Tucker, Friday. last May, it was alive with rats. Mrs Wallace Parks and son. Jesse' Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Davis were! Rev. C. L. Bruington will conduct They'd gnawed all the upholstering. Fair in Howling Green, last week, has visit with relatives. Mrs. Almond Ramsey and daughter, Hardin. Mrs. George Skcto. of Lodi- the guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. W. a scries of meetings at bphesus, be Wc cleaned them out in a week with , returned. week-enguests of Mrs. C. B. Gentry. burg. Miss Ann Cashman. of Missouri. Davis, Saturday. I prefer this rat killer ginning Sept. l- - Rev. Cook, of Lewis Mrs. R. I. Stephenson and childW. H. Gibson was in Louisville, Mrs. Pate Norton, of Louisville, and Several from here attended the burg, will assist. because it comes in cake form, no ren, have returned from a visit with Air. and Airs. J. Al. Lriime were in mixing, saves dirtying nanus ana her mother, Mrs. Bosley, of Chenault. Saturday. K. May. of Owcnsboro. held Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Bruncr, of Louis- Democratic Convention at HardinsRev L. ville. It. Bruncr and Louisville, last week. Mr. Crume at- - plates." Three sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25. Misses Nellie and Tillie Meador. quarterly meeting at the M. E. church It Cart and children Mr. and Mrs. E. burg. Saturday. of Louisville, is Davis Allen, the tended the Banker's Association. iSold and guaranteed by Conrad who were the week-enguests of their on Saturday. H. L. Brttner came down from truest, of his arandnarents. Mr. and The Cumberland Presbyterian Mis- - Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky., and B. sister, Mrs. M. L. Kincheloe, and Mr. Miss Rosa Kruger was in Clover-por- t, Louisville. sionary will meet Thursday with Mrs. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. returning Sunday Mrs. Charlie Davis. Kincheloe. Louisville, have returned Friday having dental work done. and was accompanied by Ode Noble. ' Mr. and Mrs. Crissie Butler. of C. C. Brock. 'Advertisement. J. D. Shaw, Louisville, was here Mrs. Chas Waggoner had for her Saturday. guests on last Tuesday. Mcsdames Miss Mary Helen Whitworth left Julian Brown. Chas Smart, of Clover-port- ;' Monday to resume her studies at the M. A. McCuhhins. of Hardins State University, Lexington burg, and Miss Ida Waggoner, ot Mr. B. Cravens, Indianapolis, Ltd., Lexington is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice and baby. C H. Mattingly. guests of Louisville, were week-en- d Miss Georgia McHaswell left Sun- of Mrs. Rice's parents. Mr. and Mrs day for Wesley University, Delewarc. P D. Hawkins Mr. Rice and Mr. O. She was accompanied to Louisville Hawkins spending Sunday with Mr. by her father, G. P. Haswell Rice's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mr. and Mrs Dennie Sheeran and Rice, near Hawcsville. children. Kirk, were the Sunday guests Kenneth E Gilbert was the guest of Mr. Sheeran's brother, Mr. Tom of honor at play parties given at the Sheeran, and Mrs Sheeran homes of Mr- - W J. Dieckman and Hardinsburg High School and grad- Mrs. P H. Morgan, last week . t tf' i ed school opened last Monday with T. J IJMSUUlll .11111 J V, UilSllrtlll. ui a large attendance of pupils. Clifton Mills, spent Saturday and SunMrs. Thomas Ryan was the guest day with their brother. H. A. Basham of her sister. Mrs Frank Hinton. and Mr Hinton. Glen Dean, the week-enMiss Mary Joe Speaks and sister.-- . LODIBURG D. E. Deacon and daughter, Miss of Irvington. entered St. Romauld's Willie May. are attending the State school last Monday. ' Mis.-- Anna Lewis Whitworth left Fair, this week s Mrs H. J Itcbe-- t little Wednesday for Ft. Thomas, where daughter, of Louisville, visited sue win teacii tins coming year. ' AUss Alattie Breeding, Columbia Roberts' brother. Mr. D. E. Deacon, L Diversity. X. Y has returned alter and Airs ucacon. and ncr sister. Airs a short isit with her mother. Mrs. J. H. Avitt, and Mr Avitt. last week Mrs Georgia Wallace, of TennesBreeding see, is visiting friends here this week-ani-l spent last Sunday night with Mr. IRVINGTON and Mrs. A. M. Hardin Mrs Hugh Conley and children. Mis-- , Mildred Robertson. Paducah, Miss Helen Conley and Hugh Coulev. visited her aunt. Mrs Will Shehnan, Jr. of Augusta. Ga.. are g.iests of last week. all-woMr a:ul Mrs M C Green. Mrs. Grayson Payne visited her ol Mrs. Fannie Willis. Kiugswood. brother, H. H Johnson, and Mrs. spent last Monday with Mr and Mrs. Johnson, of Owcnsboro. last week. J W. Willis. Mrs Bob Adkinson, Irvington. vis- Mrs L. T. Kirtley is spending se- - iteil l.cr Mrs. Grayson Payne eral days with relatives in Louisville, last week. before leaving for Pueblo. Colorado, Mrs. Georgia Wallace visited Mrs where lie will reside. Mollic Gibson, last Saturday night George Piggott is attending school and called on Mrs Ben Hardin on in Louisville. Sunday evening. Mrs. Ltila Dutschkc, Louisville, has of Tulsa. Okla., is Edgar Adkis-obeen the guest of Mr and Mrs J. visiting his sister. Mrs W. N. Head, W Ater and Mr. Head, this week. Prof. II. It. Kirk has purchased the Walter Adkisson and daughters, era!:an property on Maple St He'Miises Itubv and Eva Mav were in. will take possession this week Hardinsburg. last Saturday. Misses Mary, Marie, and Cecilia Mr. and .Mrs. Wallace Parks are SpeJ:j left Monday for Hardinsburg. visi'iug Mr. and Mrs. Parks and wl they will attend school. Mr and Mrs. A. M Hardin tin- - week. Miss Mary Alexander returned to They will start to California in a Louisville, Saturday after spending few days. out-we- ar two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Re. J. IJ. Hutchison and Rev Mor- Mrs. E. F. Alexander. risou closed a series of meetings at Joseph Crahau, Memphis. Term, Walnut Grove. Five additions to the has been visiting his sisters. Misses church is reported. Anna and Mary Crahau, who returnMrs C. C Grant and ed home with him to reside in the Ruth West, Mr. and Mrs. Pullen, future of Frymire, visited Mr. and Mrs. WalMiss Julia Lyon, Moravia, spent ker West, one day last week. several days of last week with Miss Miss Annie Lee Hardin, who has Alary Alexander, neen toreiauy in a Lap factory at Airs j. i. vogei entertained in- Princeton, 111, for the past five formally on Wednesday evening. months has returned to St. Louis., and Miss Lillie McGlothlan, Hender- has taken her old position. son, is visiting her brother, T. N. Friend Mull your tomatoes you McGlothlan. while Mrs .McGlothlan harp on so much are no more" to is in Louisville with Mr. and Mrs. compare with the ones raised by J. J. T Johnson. W. Brown, than the flash of a lightningLightning struck the Mt. Merino -bug, is on the sun. John has them i i ..1.......1. lir i (.iiun.il vciiiiesiiay nigiii iiomg siuaii 'so tuig that he had to maKe nun a damage. kind of a gullotinc with a knife seven m A number of our citizens attended feet long to slice them with, Km the Democratic Rally at Hardinshurcr. Satunlav Irvington Graded and Hitrh school UNION STAR opened Monday with the following Mrs. Horace McCoy, Misses Sallie teachers in charge. Prof. H. R, Kirk, Richardson and Laura Noble attendprincipal, Misses .Rosa Lou Ditto, ed quarterly meeting at Stephenspirt, Jacie Alexander, and Miss Williams. Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite will Mrs. Julius Sippel and two children, move to Louisville, this week, Conley and Dorothy, who have spent Harry Smith returned to Akron, five weeks with her parents, Mr. and iI Ohio, Friday after a ten days visit Mrs. A. N. McCoy, are returning to INCORPORATED with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luni their home in Phoenix, Ariz , this Smith. week. 'The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes'" Mrs. A. O, Marshall and sons, spent Paul McCoy, of Jeffersonville, Ind, Saturday with her parents, Mr. and spent the weeK-enwith his parents, 0WENSB0R0, Mrs, Tom Payne, at Bewleyville. Tm KENTUCKY Mr. and Mrs. A. N. McCoy Hollie Neafus and family have movMr. and Mrs. Guy Gibson, of Sam.'i.-:ed to Louisville. ple, and Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson, Tim Kirtley, Louisville, spent last of Stephensport, spent Sunday with week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dowel! and family. Tom Kirtley. Mrs. Milton McAfee and daughter. Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen has been Miss Delia, of Russellville. arc here appointed chairman of the Irvington visiting relatives. Mrs. McAfee reRepublican Precinct Committee. turned to her home Saturday leaving Mr and Mrs. G. O. Bailey left Miss Delia to remain two weeks BE Thursday for a visit to relatives in longer. Newport News, Schuyler and Lynch-- 1 Curtis Stewart, of Luoisville, is visburg, Va. iting his parents and sister, Mr. and In the County I I T. one-tent- h i,. J"RiS - tnif 1 d t. 1 m 1 aA 1 ma . 'A'?"9 " MrslS"' !'"" T"'y to-da- y . Madi-'fro- .oX'andMw! . i . I d I Louis-Hardinsbu- rg week-'vill- e, I cr d RAT-SNA- P. d I I I I I I t- i.i i- ri I What we can do for you in , I v' step-Mr- clothes 'J? Well give you fine quality r, -- and the best style to be had. I I n. , ' Jee We'll reduce your clothes expense. Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes other clothes. grand-daughte- r. i I .. We'll give your money back if i . i you are not satisfied W I i S. W. Anderson Company ' d I inuiUMfgnii V, SEPTEMBER 15, 1920 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE THREE Ir, est and the best practical remedies control. The bureau advises the grain farmer to plow in the fall,, if possible; to keep a supply of inscc- i ticides and a spray outfit on hand; to watcn tnc crops carefully for an outbreak, and to report all outbreaks to the county farm adviser, or direct to the Bureau of Entomology, United States Department of Agriculture I LIQUID COAL MAY U. S. BEST SOURCE FOR Farm Lands For Sale! SPECIAL BARGAINS No. 1 BUYERS OF PURE BRED. Foreign Breeders Find America Ha3 Greatest Number Pure Bred Herds pure-bre- FIGHT INSECTS NOW WITH PLOW BE USED NEXT miles from Hardinsburg, Ky., on Owensboro road; has 60 acres of fine creek bottom, balance of farm level and rolling. Can all be cultivated and is good strong land. Has some timber. Improvements of an ordinary dwelling, good barns and outbuildings. Plenty of water for stock and family use. Price $10,000. $6,000 cash, balance in four annual payments. 169 acres, Members American Chemical Most Universally Effective d Buyers of live stock Society Find Way to Utilize Way of Controlling Inthroughout the world arc coming in Lignite and Petroleum. sect Pests. increasing numbers to the United Members of the American chemical Society who held their sixtieth annual convention m Chicago last week, reported that it was not a far fetched statement to say that liquid coal is the next fuel for the home, factory and transportation. They believe the time is not far off when the housewife will call her fuel dealer and say: "Please send me a hundred gallons of A fuel that was used very successfully during the war was known to chemists as a "colloidal fuel," and this, they think, will be used commercially. The liquid coal is made from lignite of which here arc extensive deposits in Illinois mines. By a certain process , 3 No. 2 290 acres, 6 miles back of Tell City, Ind., 4 off of new state road. Has 100 acres of fine creek 'bottom, 50 acres of level table land, 50 acres rolling which is nicely' cultivated. Balance is rough, with 40 acres in timber worth $2,000. All land in good state of cultivation. Improvements consist of two splendid dwellings painted up nicely as good 1-- coal. as new, three large barns, one tenant house, and all other necessary outbuildings. There are six cisterns with pumps at each on the farm. Price $12,000. $6,000 cash, balance in four annual payments. No. 3 260 acres, lying on the Ohio River on the Indiana side, just across from Addison, Ky. There are 40 acres of fine first river bottom, 40 acres of second bottom, 10 acres of creek bottom, 25 acres of level table land which is all cleared. The remainder of the land is rolling and rough, but fenced in for woods pasture. The improvements consist of a splendid nine room house in first class, condition with hardwood floors in dining room and hall. Has large stock barn, 50x100, and all other necessary outbuildings. Has large shady pard which fronts the county road. Place is convenient to both schools and churches. Price $12,000. $5,000 cash, balance in five annual payments. No. 4 550 acres, 4 miles from Hardinsburg, Ky., on county road, about 400 acres of this farm is practically level. Has two splendid sets of improvements, together with all necessary outbuildings. Farm in good state of cultivation. Price $12,000. $4,000 cash, balance in five annual payments. No. 5 acres, adjoining the city limits of Cloverport, Ky., has 20 acres of fine creek bottom, balance strong, rolling land, all can be cultivated and is a high state of cultivation. Improvements consist of a new five room cottage, hall, and front and back porch, and concrete cellar. Has large stock barn, machine shed, and other outbuildcash, balance in two annual ings. Price $9,000. One-ha- lf payments. 86 No. 6 like oil. Both the refuse petroleum and the lignite arc considered worthless now. but combined form a very valuable fuel. sought by the authorities and 100,000 frances in prizes have been offered by the Seine Department for ideas FALLS OF ROUGH inventions this fall. Under the W. H. KsWrlilire was in Louisville. and provisions of the Spa Conference several days last week. France will have, from all SO per slightly f T mile n,il Mice ITnt flnlY sources,needs in less than now in cent fn ri coal and the of her laud brother, of Horse Branch, with. heat of summer, the people are bei ii rn .1 i. tun uiuiucr ui nurse iji.uh.ii, Mpuiu ginning to worry about the shivers with their sister, Mrs. of the coming winter the week-en- d Beckham Fentress. Mr. and Mrs McKintey Allen are rejoicing over the arrival of a little KEEPING ALUMIUM BRIGHT daughter, DorSc. Alumium does not tarnish easily in Mrs. Sam Morgan is at home from Dawson Springs, and is not very much ordinary use, but one caution should be observed in cleaning. Alkalis disimproved. Dr. Charles Stone and family, of color alumium; therefore it should Morgantown, visited their parents, not be washed with strong soap, nor M1. At M, mis .hi .iiiu ,iu,- .iwus oiuiii:, .t.:, wick should scouring powders containing Miss Natalia Clapham has returned free alkali be used on it. Discoloration limni aftpr n two ninntlic. visit with on alumimn may be rubbed off with whiting or fine steel wool (grade 00), her parents, in California. chiTdrcn. have returned to their home or dissolved by the acid in vinegar, in Hudson, 111, after v. week's vis:t or by dilute oxalic acid. These acids must be thoroughly washed off the with relatives and friend' Some special preparations Falls of Rough ball cam played alumimn McDaniels, Sunday. McDaniels be- for cleaning alumium are on the ing the winners. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bradshaw, of near this place Lens and Mirror Send Sun's was burned Saturday and died SunRays Down Diseased Throat. day morning. Much sympathy is expressed. In several tuberculosis sanitoriums of the United States there is now being used a little instrument of glas, NEWSPRINT BOOSTED FROM $115 TO $130. and steel that reflects the sun's rays down the patient's throat and larynx, ' New York. Sept. .". The interna- and so hastens the destruction of the tional Paper company announced to- bacilli, says Popular Mechanics Magday tljat the price for newsprint in azine in an illustrated article in its will September issue. To use the instrurolls for the last quarter of l ne $ii..i tor ion pounds, or :?i:i() a ment, the patient faces the sun, and ton. The price for the current quarter places the tube between his lips, is $11." a ton. lens outward. 1 heretofore kept secret during the war, this coal, which is something like pea and which has been considered refuse, may be combined with petroleum. The particles arc suspended in the liquid by colliod chemistry and it is burned States, according to the Bureau of Markets of the United States Department of Agriculture. Foreign breeders now find in this country the greatest number of herds, all breeds being well represented, and arc assured of every facility for obtaining exactly the animals desired. For many years breeders in the United States have been importing the finest animals from other countries, and by the most rigid selection in keen competition with other breeders have live stock until developed now the live stock industry in this country is not surpassed by any other country in the world In recent years animals bred in the United States have repeatedly won in open competition against imported animals at the lending k shows and expositions. live-stoc- EVERY DAY PROPOSITION. A teacher was reading to her class Fall plowing is the most universally when she came across the word "unaeffective' way of controlling the insect ware." She asked if any one knew pests that annually cause great losses the meaning. to the grain farmer. It is much easier One little girl timidly raised her pure-bre- d and cheaper, says the Bureau of En- hand and gave the following detomology, United States Department finition: of Agriculture, to prevent an insect "Unaware is what you put on first outbreak in this manner than it is to and take off last" Minneapolis stamp out the infestation once it is fully developed. The Hessian fly, so destructive to wheat, is one of the inPERMANENT DENTIST sects that can hardly be cradictcd once Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON jt is established in the crop. Fall plowpure-bre- d ing is lecoiumended because it breaks Office up the soil and destroys the grubs and pupae of many insects by exMASONIC BUILDING posing them to the sun and air. Hardinsburg, Ky. Farmers' Bulletin SII.'i, prepared by the Bureau of Entomology, tells how to control the most common and danSpecializing In Trial Practice gerous of the grain farmer's insect MURRAY HAYES enemies. It gives briefly the life of the Hessian fly, army worm, LAWYER PARIS SWEATS AT 1606-7-Building THOUGHT OF COLD. cutworms, grasshoppers, white grubs, billbugs, corn-ros, aphis , and LOUISVILLE with authoritative data desParis, Aug. 111. New ideas for More Than 20 Years Experience economizing coal and other fuel arc cribing the characteristics of each dis-tori- es 8 Inter-Southeot wire-worm- in I i a DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: a it. I li. m. to 5 p. m. in. to is m. AIwujth In ottli-- during ofllce hours e Irvington, Ky. c... !7wJ Wher? you Visit I the State Fair- - -- LLrHEA Wear." wc extend an invitation to visit US. Our business is to manufacture and properly fit Eyeglasses and Spectacles and "the Best You Can Get are the only Safe Kind to i. i. '.)- -() 72 acres, adjoining the city limits of Cloverport, Ky.; about 40 acres of first and second bottom, balance rolling, all good strong land. Improvements consist of four room cottage with hall, one stock barn and other outbuildcash, balance in three annual ings. Price $5,500. One-ha- lf ' payments. ished by the company are adjusted each quarter; the price to be- charged being based on costs, of production The price for the first quarter this year was $90 and for the second quar - Contract prices for newsprint furn- LuLULilyII1LlyIIIlUJLB-L- l z'SS&Ms&niLj No. 7 55 acres, adjoining town limits of McQuady, Ky., one-ha- lf level, balance gently rolling, all cleared and in good state of cultivation with woven wire fence resi-dec- e it. Improvements consist of a large two-stor- y in good condition, a new stock barn, and other necessary outbuildings. There is a small orchard on the place. Plenty of water for both stock and family use. Price $5,000. One-ha- lf cash, balance in three annual payments. about ter IIJU. The price of $i:tO a toii for the final quarter of the year makes the International Paper company's quotation the same as' that of the Canadian Export Paper association, which handles the greatest part of paper shipments from Cana'da. HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER SUE TO WORK CONVICTS ON ROAD way commission will file suit, this week against the state board of charities and .corrections to compel the board to furnish the commission L'.'iO convicts to be used on the public "The House of Courtesy" J. WM. DETCHEN, 212-21- 4 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. Manajff. nd Frankfort, Sept. 0 The State High- A Comprehensive Showing of No. 8 92 acres, adjoining the town limits of Mattingly, level and rolling the remainder rough. Ky., about one-ha- lf Improvements consist of a good five room cottage, stock barn, tobacco barn, and other necessary outbuildings. Plenty of water for both stock and family use. Price One-ha- lf cash, balance in three annual payments. $2,-00- 0. No. 9 acres, adjoining the city limits of Cloverport, Ky., about one-ha- lf gently rolling, all! level and one-ha- lf under good fence. Improvements consist of a good five room brick cottage, with large porch around, a concrete and a large brick stock barn, cellar with good cellar-hous- e, all other necessary outbuildings. This farm is an ideal suburban home. Lays on new Federal Highway. Price $11,700. One-ha- lf cash balance in three annual payments. 117 highways. Recently the commission authorized Joe S. Boggs, state highway engineer, to purchase equipment for ,'iflO convicts, to be employed in road work. Engineer Boggs made requisition on the state board of charities and corrections for the convicts, but 'the board declined to comply with the requisition oi) the grounds that the men were not available. It is the intention of the state highway commission to maintain the road camps in winter and to work MO men the year round; BOSTON FINANCIAL WIZARD IS BANKRUPT. Autumn Dresses Tricotines Serge Dresses Satin Dresses Tricolettes Georgettes ! No. 10 miles from Hardinsburg, Ky., on the new Federal Highway, 100 acres level, 56 acres rolling. All under fence. Improvements consist of a good six room cottage. Large stock barn, and tobacco barn, and all other necessary outbuildings. There are 5 acres in apple orchard on the farm. Plenty of water for both stock and family use. There is also 65 acres of corn, practically matured which will go with this farm at the following price, $15,600. $5,000 cash, balance in five annual payments. 156 acres, 2 1-- 2 Boston, Sept. 8. Charles l'onzi is hopelessly bankrupt. William R. Sears chairniaji of the Federal receivers for the get rich quick promoter, announced at a hearing in the United States District Court today. The court ap- pointed James M. 'Olmstead, referee in bankruptcy, to coordinate all bankruptcy proceedings now pending Ponzi, and to determine among .other things whether he had any partners in the Securities Exchange Company, in which from $5,000,000 to of investments are tied up. Counsel for Ponzi was assured by the court that the case would go to jury trial after the referee had finished this inquiry. Servant Girl Wouldn't Go In Cellar, fearing Kats Mrs. Tcpper, Plainfield, N. J., says, a1li,- - !, HI),,. ,.,oo en ir. n,,r servant girl wouldn't go there. P and it Bought some rlpnnct all the rats out." P destroys rats and mice. Absolutely prevents oaors. monies m cane iorm, no mixing. Cats or dogs won't touch $1 .2.. Sold it Tlir,. si7c rise. and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & uo L,ioverpori, ivy., aim u. r. ucaru & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. ' l.-- No. 11- - v? . 1-- 3, 4 VT .V V. 'M wr a-b- (And Up to $95) Scores of beautiful styles for street and afternoon wear. Beading, mile fro'm Mattingly, Ky., land one-ha- lf rolling, balance rough. Estimated to be $1,500 worth of timber on the place. Improvements consist of a six room cottage, stock barn, tobacco barn, and cash, other necessary outbuildings. Price $3,050. One-ha- lf balance in five annual payments. 165 acres, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON RAT-SNA- RAT-SNA- . THE AR0VE FARMS INQUIRE OF braiding and embroidery featured as trimming in many fetching treatments. J. D. SEATON, CUMBERLAND Cloverport, Ky. PHONE 29 I Grading potatoes for market increases the possibilities for sales and raises tfie price received. Keep the culls on the; farm and save the cost of hauling. t. MM rWfJPi .AGK IOUR JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher THE 1RICKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER If, II The Breckenridge News Enthusiastic Crowd Rally 100 PER CENT CORN At Democratic BIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY (Continued From Page 1) ELP CLOSE THE DANGEROUS ROAD CROP IN COUNTY 1876 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1920 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Subscription price $8.00 a year: $1,00 (or 6 months; 80c (or 3 months. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c, lor each additional Insertion. Card ol Thanks, over 0 lines, charged (or at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged (or at the rate o( Sc per line, money in trance. Examine the label on your paper. II Is it not correct, please notiljr us. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy ol THE BRECKENRIDGE friend who is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. NEWS hand It to H Breckinridge is Third County in District to Lead in Corn Crop Tobacco is 85 Per Cent. crimc ipucrvrioHj aHfJ bbHIPIVIbHa ;: 1 WEDNESDAY,.. ..SEPTEMBER ONE BEAN WEIGHS LBS. 15, 1920 wKm'i TELEGRAPHER FINDS RAINBOW'S END IN TEXAS F. L. Moorman, Former Clover-port FEEDS FAMILY. 10 Boy, Considered One Most Sussessful Oil Men in Texas. Naturally in Fort Worth, the center of the great oil development in the sate of Texas, the fortunes distributed by the magic wand of oil are seen on every hand and arc rather the usual comes to light occassionally and in this particular case concerns F L. Moorman, who before the great war worked on various railroads over the country in capacity of telegraph operator. At the conclusion of the war, after spending a year in the combative areas of France, Moorman returned to this countrv and was immediately drawn to Texas by the great oil devel- opment then existing. In just a little over one year s tune in the oil hems, without any friend s pull or hnan-cibacking of any kind, Moorman lias accumulated, acording to reports, a cool, clean fortune running out to the six figure column on the adding machine. He first came into prominence by al Mr. J. R. Mitchell, of Mooley- ...... .......... ...... .......... ....... lia rnitiptl lnitr. liinn this summer that are so large according to Mr. Mitchell's statement t''ut one bean h enough He hasonc vine, for a meal. that has 14 beans en it .'li to 4!) inches in length, and weighed from ten to eighteen pounds. They were raised from Australian butter bean seed. v 11 Breckinridge county's corn condition is 100 per cent, as reported in the September Crop report for Kentucky Only three other counties in the liist ict arc over 100 per cent lin corn T( n cr idition and they arc Union 108, Daviess 104, and Grayson 10. Hancock is 08 per cent, Meade iu:i and Ohio 03. Potato condition in this county fi '97 per cent, tobfeco S." per cent and 'hogs on hand for fittenin? i7 per '.cent. Bicckinridge hostile best potato crop in the District and ranks .with Hancock in tobacco conditions. Grayson county's tobacco is 01 per 'cent. The highest tobacco percentage 'it! the State is in Powell 120. Logan county has 114 per cent corn condi tion which is the highest in the State. c-- on I I Marvel of the Turf This summer is remarkable in the annals of sport in that it has proJames M. Cox duced two living creatures whose performances in their respective fields was standing room only. The crowd have been so extraordinary that scarlooking back through any was estimated at seven or eight hun- cely pink oldster, magnifying glasses of mem the dred people. Scores of persons were ory dares pretend to recall their sup disappointed in their more eriors or I County Chairman of Near East speakers owing not getting to hear the impressiveeventhe pair,peers. Theproper with all of to lack of room Relief Work Warns People The court room evidenced the touch respect for Air. Ktitn, is Alan U War of a woman's, hand. There were beauEvery decade of the American turf i of Breckinridge County A- The examination was conducted at tiful flowers arranged on the speak- has had its horse of the century." ORDINATION OF eleven o'clock by Rev. English, who-igainst "Polus ers' table. Arnolds Military band In turn the followers of the thoroughone hour and a quarter covered opened the meeting with a selection bred have placed on the throne a B. C. S. DeJARNETT the doctrines thoroughly, and the can'A man by the name of Polus is and the whole atmosphere was filled Hindoo or a Hanover, a Salvator or a didate showed a sound knowledge Henry of Navarre, a Hamburg, or an reiircsentinir himself as beini? anth- - with enthusiasm. of the faith. By Rev. E. B. English. Ethelbert, a Sysonby, or a Colin. Most bv officers of the National of- Mrs. Castleman Speaks. oried Sunday afternoon at three o'clock ficc of Near East Relief to solici Attorney D. C. Walls, of Hardins- of these horses were really great, Not since it's organization in 1887 the candidate gave a beautiful testifundi for the starving people whom burg, presided at the meeting. He and they still will be admired; but mony of his conversion at New Bethel three- of we are e'ideavcring to help. introduced the first speaker who was the performances havethe finest magni- - has the Hardinsburer Bantist church church at the age of eleven and of been so of today Please remember at all times that no Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman. year-olwitneSsed such a day as was Sunday, his call ministry at George one except the County Chairman and Judge Moorman made a brief speech fiennt tint tliA iniantc liaffiitn tsx August 29. when Byron C. S. De town at to the .. the age ot nineteen. Kev. i.i Wo. ..t .!,.. at.,., she may appoint arc authorized in which he presented the next speak those .Jarnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. (Martin Very appropriately delivered in any way to collect for the cause. er, Mrs. Jno. Castleman, of Louis- have beaten Colin. charge to Jhe church, in which e Time measures the speed of a liorse. DeJarnett, was ordained to the and any one proposing to have ere ville, an ardent worker for woman's successfully financing a two million denti.ils no matter how genuine thev rights and a supporter of the Demo- but not always his racing qualities pel Ministry. This church, as well 'he told the church to hold up the of the candidate by prayers dollar oil company m about six secin to i,eis a fraud, and should be cratic platform. After the introduction t ti1ifti Afn r. Wn iinrlni stake' as New Bethel church, where he was. hands encouragement. Rev Adams. nn,l xvitlinnt nam 1Y. or converted, feel verv nroud in sendinir.and months, thereby breaking some en- - apprehended. she was presented with a handsome -spur, runs a mile and a half faster .out into the world one of their boys Poached the ordination sermon which jf tnjs nlan p0ius or ...... otheri bouquet of asters. viable records tor raising money in a be- - on the greatest mission ever given to 'was very suitable and much appreciat- short time. He is now the., active head peron solicits funds for Armenia. . Mrs. Castleman centered her than ever horse ran that distance e a aanl;. ls a, ppienaia lease syndicate, wiitcn Svria or anv countries of the Near thoughts on woman's duty in casting fore, and then goes on to run the thir- - mortal man. There were good crowds ca "y "" of is but one ot his many interests in the Eart peaSP" i,avP ,;, arrested and her vote in the Nevember election. teenth and last furlong of the Law- present at all of the three services, speaker and thinker. His subject was the l.'Te Ministerial Sower,' the text be- development of Texas oil notjfv tne New York office by wire She gave a well informed talk on the rence Realization in 12 seconds why, despitewprp fact thit it rained. . VVp vprv thnnWfnl and fnrtnn. HIR Psalms V26 G "He that KOeth At the age of Ss years Moorman is an(, proper actioll wSn be taken 1)e. merits of the Democratic platform, then, his gameness in a race being acknowledged there is no question of ate indeed in having with us Brother tortn and weepeth, bearing precious probably one of the most sticcessttil fort tjlev are reiease(i and of the League of Nations. auan uuuuus tumt .iBaui ic- oil men of his age in the state. uejarnetts roommates trom ueorge - j "cause in Breck- xow' friend, of the During her stay in Hardinsburg, his mcomparauility. The son of Fair Play seems to have town College, Rev Marvin Adams, of J,cinE- - br,"6'"B his sheaves with To meet him. from all appearances mrid hr on the outook for any she was the guest of Mrs. Sallie M. any person would hardly believe from Turk or other vilHan who approaciies Beard, vice chairman of the Demo- evervthinir. As otiicklv in motion as 3ardstown and Rev. R. D. Martin, ""m. He also preached a fine ser- C. F. "ion on Saturday night on "Faithful- he has attained Ins quiet manner that as study and on su,ject cratic Women's work in Breckinridge Domino, courageous strong aS Ham- - of Owensboro. Also Brotherwun us.i"- ,. .(B..a.. v., "" Durg, as so much within such a short period of ..,,; Ullllll RllPI, V.IUI VI IfUl lt Arrs county. as Henry ot oi cuuer, is.y., was KlVtth .. .111,1 .HI, varre or Irish Lad, as kind as Imp He is a faithful christian worker. Rev. prayed the dedicatory prayer, time, actually arriving here jiist about Rfllaml Smit'i.utllll, Stephensport; Mr: Eskridge Introduced Kincheloe. Sunday evening Brother Beagle or Colin, as enduring as Ben Holladay, Adams and Rev Martin are Seniors in flafbroke one year ago. Texas Oil Ho, Drane. Webster; Miss Pin An ovation was given Mr. Jesse P. as popular as Yo Tambien or Peter, Georgetown College and are excellent presented the Bible to the candidate Gazette Ricketts. Union Star: Mr V. T. Pig- as his with some good gott. Irvinc;tou; our treasurer and inv Eskridge, who formerly was a follow Pan, and nearly as handsome as In-- 1 young ministers. We appreciate their 'l s "se. Rev Eng- 'f.0!'" icc,as, self Hardinsburg, are our accredit- - er of the Bull Moose party, and who fetno there stands the true horse of sermons very highly. SAMPLE was selected to introduce the Hon. the century N. Y. Sun and Herald The ordaining council was compos- - "?" delivered the charge to the can- -- r H. ed Rev. E. B. English, pastor of the dmatc, forcibly setting forth many And still plenty of rain. direct to State Treasurer. Mr. John D. Mr. Kincheloe Eskridge, in his introductory having all the American soldiers bod- - Hardinsburg church; Rev. Marvin fie things in connection with his School opened here Monday. Mis H LcatlierSf Louisville. On with the .,, ,,.,,, kjitii.1 LI , r..t speech, stated that he had been an ies placed in one "cemetery in France Adams,, of Bardstown; Rev. R. D. calling, backing them all up with Lena Pacely, teacher from ianke t Ilia ardent follower of the Bull Moose and a monument erected in their Martin, 'of Owensboro; Brother C. F. scripture, v....' ...f, int. iiimut ..,,. incl towi n;nia Rev. Martin delivered a splendid Beagle, of Butler; Brother Minor' The meeting closed here the first ;,;,,,.u.i.v,, vwmui,, v.iiuiiiiiau, nam- party because of its progressive ideas memory. g t 19.,fi Sunday with all day service A large Compton, of Garfield church; Bro-- 1 sermon on the vital theme "Give and since he hadn't a party he had You Can't Believe All You Hear. become a strong admirer of Governor ther C. J. Cox. of New Bethel church God a. Chance, using the text Malacht crowd and plenty of dinner on ground. IN MEMORIAM Cox for his advanced ideas and An airplane landing is to be con- - Brother L. D. Fox, Brother S. T. 3 10- - Rev. Martin is a fine speaker Mrs. R. W Huntsman spent the On Sundav. July lSth. Bro. J. Mr. Eskridge congra- structed on the roof of a fashionable DeJarnett and Brother W. C. Moor- - and thinker. week at this place t T Jones fell asleep iu Jesus at his Miller Iett last week to . i. ...... :.. r?i... ty Mr. tulated the Democrats of Breckinridge New York hotel, for the convenience man, of Hardinsburg church. This tr. i; .?J.:i,1 l,A.'"f" county upon the notable gathering of aviators who desire to drop in. council, after a thorough examina-- J work with the steam shovel at Hawes- - "": "T :,' Browne: Ah. her cheeks are like f IIIUU-Wl llU 1I1UI11I19 lllll.tlU'U ville. Boston Globe. they had for their first rally, and tion recommended the candidate to twin roses. He was suf- But he can't get a drop in the inn the church for ordination and the a crowd from Stcphensport. feiing. andpatient thro all of his Quite his appreciation of being the Towne: Yes, but remember that a verv appreciative 'of all chosen to spent Sunday at Sample church unanimously voted to ordain rosy cheek by any" other name would that was done for him, by his loved one Kincheloe, introduce the Hon. D. after he drops in or so it is reported, him. Miss Myrtle and Hattie Black spent one, friends, Congressman of the Brockton Enterprise. . cost as much Cartoons Magazine. doctors and nurses. He H. with relatives here. the week-en- d seemed to be in the spirit of praver Second District. W. H. Jolly is in Louisville, visit continually while he was sick His Sees "Beauty, Age and Wisdom." . ing .Mrs. Lee mckerson. i .:... ,.i ...i in.... i Mr. Kincheloe described the audi7. sses Lena Pacely, .Mary Jitditli verv earnestly, ;,'"" if V was lrJv s ence as representing "Beauty, Age m ai:h '" and Wisdom." ! Logai joflv a d Mr C L Wai His minute wisdom knew 'T Pd, He started out by relating some his- i.!i...i . m" .:. o i.. r. to take him ltomc torical facts concerning the Demo- O. G Basham was in Brandenburg, Bro. Jones was horn, reared and cratic party, and stated it had been Sunday on bushics-- . lived his life iu Breckinridge county. in existence for sixty-eigyears. Mrs Claude Morris i visiting relaMr. Kincheloe informed his hearers Me was a merchant ior twentv-hv- c or tives in Owenboro in town thirtv years. He was a favorite of the that there were momentous questions Mrs. Robert Weedinan was l. you will like ...i.i 7" t ' :i. ...i to lie settled at the poles in the Nov "" Wl,0,l,.c Sunday the guest of her mother, Mrs. because of his tnendlv. sociable, lovial ember election, and that the issues lnnii'S Inlli'. disposition at stake called forth the intelligence Domestic Mrs Will Jolly was in Stephens-por- t. He was a man who was crv kind. and earnest consideration of every Thursday, shopping. faithful and loyal to his friends, , and man and woman voter. ., .Mr and .Mrs Carl Armstrong and , ".'',", Comparing T "' they Kl ."".""r"!? wu" help in ' with that of the situation of today nu! nave ucen visiting friends tamiiv, who when 1907, Mr. Kincheloe charitv. or relatives, returned Friday and pointed out the prosperity of the peo- Mr John Hickerson. of Illinois, is anv way He had many friends. He was married visiting his brother. Logan Hickerson, ler. Nov. 11th I'.lOO to Miss Kate But- - pie in general. He said: "People who He was a faithful, never before had more than a mere of this place. kind, devoted and affectionate , bus- - living are today railing the Democratic band, and 'heir companionship was party because they have to pay an NEW BETHEL verv happy The memories which lin- - income tax. We have the Federal are sweet and precious Bro Jones serve system which averted a panic Co and Roosevelt seem to be the made a profession of his faith in during the war. And the Rural Credit popular ticket iu this vicinity. Si Pate and family, of Alexis, 111., Christ and united with the Baptist hill to help finance the farmers has are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. church at Glen Dean, seven years ago- been a greater boom to farmers than snd lived a consistent happy and use- they ever had. Then the Good Roads Allie Pate bill which appropriated the means to Lou Obenchain is building a new ful life Besides his wife he left two sisters build 7.".()00,0()0 miles of road in the stock barn United States. The Federal Reserve, A protracted meeting will begin at and three brothers. To New Bethel, the :ird Sunday in Sept. the-- c thee loved ones we would say the Rural Credit and Good Roads bills is comfort alone in the God are three measures that the Democra-whoThe pastor Rev. H. S. English will be he loved, the Christ he trusted i tic Congress has given to the people assisted by his brother, Rev. Win. and the Divine Spirit, who was his of. the United States and which have English, of Idaho. been the means of the great prosperity Camoli an mold everywhere Carl Armstrong, wife and four child- couitortcr ITi SCICnfificallv amlri nMfhmAmm and of the progressiveness they have E. B. English, Pastor ren, of Alexis, 111 , visited friends and cigarette-contentme- nt never got ot 30."tntt; or tn pmck- -i enjoyed." 300 cjVfrerre.)(n relatives here last week. Mr. Kinchloe said that for twenty carton. Wm Mrs. Charles Dowell of this place as Camels hand mtrontly recommend thit years there was reported one INFANT BURIED HERE is visiting her son, Claude Dowell, carton for the home or oMcm iu every 21 days. "In 1020 you. Camels quality The remains of Majorie Gipson. tupply or when you travel and Mrs. Dowell, of Vanzant. been there Curt Garner is erecting a large tto frur months old daughter of Mr. aril ported have all." heno bank failures reR. J. REYNOLDS blend of choice Mrs. Jesse Gipson, of Ilawcsville, were at added. and choice bacco Ij.irn on Ins farm near here, . TOBACCO CO. here Thursday morning for On The League of Nations. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCoy, of !.iRlit , N. C. interment in the Cloverport cemeten Indianapolis, are visiting Mrs. Mc Concerning the League of The child wa ill only a few days of Mr. Kincheloe regarded that Nations, goodness possible Coys parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. as the levers. Dowell. most important issue in the coining Mr. Gipson is a nephew' of Mr, election. He recominended that U?l The excessive rains have injured the the tobacco crop some, but the corn crop Will Gipson and Mr. J. B. Gipson, document comprising the whole of the o of this city. is fine. League of Nations be placed in every American home. He mentioned the THE' CHILD POOR DOG round robin composed of the ten U. Camels mellow-mildne- ss is S. Senators, who scored the League So often we call a man a dog when VYee liim so round and to uarnf, of Nations and all of whom were men we want to reproach him. And yet, a Such Ijcauty and joy in his Irolioomc form; without sons with one exception, "and dog Vt'c Ihinit of the wisdom lie ha to acquire. freedom he had a peach of a job in the armyj' tiring taste, Doesn't lie. Tin- road he must travel, the (honu and the he concluded. Doesn't swear, mire; leave no ciga-ret- ty He also brought out the fact that Ili days are q happy, such bliss fills his cup the Doesn't drink, League of Nations was opposed Doesn't cheat, We sigh, "What a jdty he has to grow up." by the big steel manufacturers in the Doesn't swindle, East, men who had become rich by cigaretty odor Doesn't smoke, He sees us pompous with care. making war materials. In other words Doesn't flirt, And takinu oursehes with a serious air; the oponents of the League were men Doesn't pretend, lie notes all the wisdom we have to unlearn who were looking Give Camels every for material gam Doesn't borrow. Hef'ire to our proper estate we return, and men who would as soon have And wouldn't even resent it if you And so we imagine he slijhs with a frown: puff-for-pu- ff compare war as not, ITUKK1SH t DomSTKi with called him a man. "Dor me, what a pity they have to grow Mr. Kincheloe concluded his well BLKNO Remember! Many a dog is considerdown." cigarette in the world 1 founded speech with a word of appreed mad when he is only thirsty. McLamlburg Wilson. ciation for the soldiers. He favored FAKE SOLICITOR FOR ARMENIA - I 1 d .,. Gos-.jh- 4ft M io.OOO-acr- ... I . I 9 ri..rnrt ..... guide-boo- k, i i .,.,, r r. c:,i.. u..i -1 lO-.'- ! I "." ""'. , -. sd w n..fli;t "' i I ht As sure as you are a foot high- ... ! "..;". this Camel Turkish and blend! I R-g- er J . m such tu. e bank-failur- and expert Turkish Domestic Tobaccos make this and make you prefer this Camel blendto either kind ftobacco smokedstraight! Winston-Salem- - a revelation! Smoke them with without your They unpleasant aftertaste nor unpleasant 1 1 any them testthen . . BER 15, 1W0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, Mrs. S S. Watklns, of'Owensboro, spent Thursday With Mrs. Chas. 13. Skillman, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B Skillman. oa o CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY I .-- PAGE FIVE I ftp Srrrkrnrijr Jfoum WEDNESDAY, -.... SEPT. SOCIETY ITEMS Of ULASSIhltU AUVbRllSkMhNTS NOTE I'lease notify the editor nt.i desire advertisements discontinued. MrMAMMArAAAAMWWWWWWVWWWWS you IB, 1920 & ' iMr. fcttred at the Pott Office t Cloverpart, Ky. Clovcrnort nconlc who attended the , at second ctati nutter. Daviess County Fair in Owensboro Dinner in Honor on Thursday were: Mr. and Mrs Of Miss McGavock. ftATIS FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- - Roscocl Davis, Mr. and Mrs. J. U MENTS. uaiiiiy, air. anu .urs. iicnry rate, rr. an.l Mr. ., w u. uanoage, a rs., - , nf,toei. ,i;nnpr n-,. Precinct and City Oflicei. .1 2 SO Mr. anti.urs.jno. English andIrs. R. L. Oelze. ,ng for tlleir daughtert Miss Leonora lounty umcei- .1 BOO State ind DUlrict Opuei .$1(100 ' Mc.?.aScku.who ,ct Thursday for una. oer line Xfr flnrv were lam tor Air. 'or Cardi, tier line V. ,.: n,9. K. nioiner, .,,! w. ,ratiucan. .10 anu Airs. tor all Publications in the interest ol H.a)ll, Mrs, McGavock, Miss McGavock, iBowmcr left Sunday for Louisville, Misses Mary and Addic McGavock indiTldualt or expression of Individ tMl views, per ' .10 to spend a few days and will hen Miss Mildred D. Bahbage, Miss Jean- gp to Benton Harbor, Mich., where ctte m,rili of LouisviICi Mrs. Evans STARK-LOWMA- N ,1 n 4.1.3. UUIYIIIW V1II Hill MCI UdUKlllCl. W, . nf rn CO. tr In!,., Mlliiurn, of Louisville, 'McGavock- Louisville Representatives Mr V. K. oo : spent the last week-en- d with Mrs Entertains Members o Milburn and sous. Former Lucky Thirteen Club. o tew-mutl Mrs. Nellie Burks and daughter. Miss Eleanor Burks returned to their Mrs. H?lrry G. Newsoin gave a Friday after picture show nartv Tuesday evenins Dr. Jesse Baucum and familv will home in Louisville. .' .. 't motor to Louisville, Thursday and spending several weeks with Airs. ,in iuonor oi me memoers 01t .. iormme t will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. I Burk's mother, Mrs. W. H. Bowmer. cr Lucky Thirteen Club The party ' Garfield Burden. They will attend the included Mrs. Ncwsom, Miss Margaret Mr. E. A. Hardesty, Mr. Redman, Rurn, Miss Edith Burn, Miss Ray State Fair the remainder of the week. Mr. C. A. Tmius. of Stephens- - Lcwis Hcyser, Miss Cleona Weather- I and o-o Mrs. C. W. Moorman left Wednes- - port' was m t,,u) Clty I,ritlav- holt, Mrs. Ira D. Behen, and Mrs. Ed- day ihr Ashland, Ky., to visit her son, Mr. and Mrs.C. G. Brabandt werc,war1 Wcber' of Louisville. ooo I Mr. Chas. W. Moorman. Jr.. and Mrs. ' :., rt..,...,.i,n.--I '" Dinner in Honor Moorman. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wagner, of of Mrs.. Dieckman's Birthday. Mr. Joe B. Fitch made a business Lafayette, Ind., were guests Wednes trio to Cincinnati, the first of the dav and Thursday of Mr. and Mrs Stephensport, Sept. 13. (Special) week. Fred May. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Morgan and Mr. Mrs. J. L. Ball has returned to her and Mrs. J. B. Morgan gavq a dinner Mr. and Mrs. Will Mitchell and son, home in Iowa, after visiting Mr. and bunday at noon m honor of the birth of Evansville, are guests of Mr. Mit- Mrs. Miller Hook, of Hardinsburg. day anniversary of Mrs. Anna chell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. J. Dieckman, of bamplc, the mother Mrs. Chas Lyons, of McQuady, of Mesdames Morgan. The guests inMitchell. in Louisville. spent the week-en- d cluded Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Smith, of f" Mr ami frc T 17 Mr. :,..', HnvPeviiiP ;.,,!,., ,.,:., 'itf- - t-- Miss Jane Lightfooti left Friday for Brandenburg; Rome, and Mrs. John .............. Dieckman, of Ind., Mr. and i .: wuov.iv " "" ..:...:ii- - .lu v,,'c Sawyer's brother. Mr. Joe I. Sawver. fra w i n.VrWnian nnH familv. Af ."" and Mrs. Sawyer. tory of Music, after spending the sum-- 1 ,. Wege.iast and daughters, Misses , ... o-o an w HrtMPA TfflfA- - rC T ntnoifllla 3JJWI11 I11fr- Wis Ii PI" H.1 TPI1 1 5 JP h. T. t T.ltTllt.s ut 1..... .. r.v...uf m.0.. I.IVI Jl LiUUIS Villi.) rAt Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs., loot anu Airs, lignttoot. Home Wedding of o Nat Tucker, Mrs. Duke Wake, of Kuttawa, Ky., Miss Leo Cashman. ooo Mr. Billy Brown, of Louisville, was is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joe J. Frymire, Sept. 13. (Special) A the guest of Miss Lelia Tucker, Sun- Sawyer, and Mr. Sawyer. pretty home wedding was that of Miss ooo day. Mrs. Walter Graham, of Louisville, Leo Cashman and Mr. Elbert Johnson 0 See Mrs. Eliza Board, Cloverport, attended the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. which was solemnized Sunday afteragent for the NuBone Corset, cus- Jesse Gipson's infant daughter, Maj-ori- e. noon. Sept. ."), at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry tom made. Guaranteed to give service, Cashman, of Raymond. Rev. H. J. .comfort and satisfaction. v. Messrs. H. J. Rice, of Louisville, Blackburn, of Wolf Creek performed oo0 and Mrs. Frank Warfield were formerly of this city and P. D. Haw-ih- e the ceremony. guests of Mr. Warfield's sisters, kins, of Stephensport, spent the week-Mr- s. The attendants were Mrs. Icy PolCornelia Fraize and Miss Jane end with the former's' parents. Mr. lock and Miss Irene Johnson, sisters and Mrs. J. D. Rice, of Chambers of the groom, and Messrs Harlan and Warfield, Sunday. Mrs. Rice and little son accompanied Attdranc Cashman, brothers of the Mrs. Ella (JKleSby IS 111, Hardins-, - fr RiVp as far as StpnliPtisnnrt .. .v. .(.,..,... w, . .., rjurg, visiting ner sister, Airs. Mamie where she stopped off for a visit to .,ltU, Johnson is the eldest daughter Mrs. Moorman at the home of Dr, John her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Haw of Mr. and Mrs. Cashman, and is Kincheloe and Mrs. Kincheloe. kins. Hawesvillc Clarion. one of the most popular young women o o I he groom is a son ot of Mrs. A. Y. Ford, who was uroutel Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hinton, ofiArr her town. an(j r.s pjj,, Johnson, of to her home 111 Louisville from vere last week of ,,; pIace.'alld is a capable fanner. USl! Lrouisi.1! s parents. Mr. and Mrs. in Owensboro, spent Friday i r' will make ur. anu Mrs. A. A. bimons. Pete Hinton and sister. Miss Dessie their home Airs, jo hnsou with Mr. Johnson's parents. Mrs. Horace Gilbert is in Louisville Hinton. this week with her sister, ami attend- Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Hook and ing the Fair. children, Lucile Thurman and Har- - Owen C. Bruner ..old Hook, of Evansville, who have Married to Miss Zapp. T? W. B Oelze, of Louisville, spent been in guests of York. Pa., the week-en- d with his mother and Mrs. Hook's brother, the Frymire, Sept. 13. (Special) Ansister, Mrs. Mary Oelze and Mrs. and Mrs. Berry, spent Owen Berrv, nouncements of the marriage of Mr. i few days Owen C. Bruner to Miss Emma E. O. Hills. Ethel here with Mrs. Hook's parents, Mr. ooo Miss Edith Burn has returned from and Mrs. Sam Berry, Sr boTora le- Zapp. which took place in Louisville, on Thursday, Sept. 2, have been reLouisville, where she spent several arning home. o p o ceived here days with her sister, Miss Jeanette Mrs. Kirtley Cleveland, of VersailMr. Bruner was formerly of this Burn. 1 les, spent Thursday and Friday with place but has been in Louisville the o Miss Mayde Chapin has gone to Mrs. Evans Waller and Miss Mildred past year where he is employed in the Citizens Union National Bank. Owensboro to visit her cousins, Miss- D Babbagc. o o o His bride is the daughter of Mr. and es Jessie and Irene Pate. I have one good wheat drill for 1 Mrs. John Zapp, of Louisville. sale. Julian H. Brown, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Bruner are visiting ooo Mrs. Carrie Sills and sister, Bertha in Cincinnati, and will later comei to Siebenthal. of Detroit. Mich, are Breckinridge county before returning spending a few days with their par- to their home in Louisville. ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Blair. Personal Interest FOR SALE I FARMS FOR SALE BIG BLOUSE VALUE WON'T LAST LONG AT THIS PRICE. BETTER HURRY! ! ,r..nA Hill i .!, ' .. ll, ,,.',.: 2, Ky. SAI.K Farm known as the Jim Hendricks farm, 17'J acres, near Stephensport Improvfmcnti, dwelling, two liarns and truant houe. Well watered, splendid stock (arm. A. C. (illhert, HardinshurK, Route FOR SALE MISCELLEANOUS $K 00 p FOR SAI.K One eight hoe Hoosler Wheat drill, with Ferteliier attachment. Ilr.mcli-amand Ilurton, Mystic, Ky. New Georgette WaistsTrimmed in val lace, round neck and short sleeves, in white and C'eorSette Waists Low neck and long sleeves, trimmed in beads. JVhite, pink, and Yellow. Plain White Voile Waists Trimmed in lace and hemstitched blue and pink, long sleeves. White Cross-ba- r Muslin Waists Trimmed in imitation tatting, low neck with collar, long White Cross-ba- r Muslin Waists Low neck with collar, long sleeves. A good value. flesh. fn, FOR SALE 2 aood vnunir linr.c. ROO'I saddlers and guaranteed to work anywhere, one .i year 0111 anil one years okl, tine mare ami mule colt. Aluo a Fori! car n crnncl as new. I'reston limning, HanlinMiurR, Ky. I 11 Sfi.OO ffimtimx oo KOUIC ,IO. 1 FOR SALE $1.50 $1 .25 sleeves. r- I u,? FOR SALE Nice lot of household goods. Must he sold hv Sept. 22nd. L. T. Kirt-lelrvington, Ky. o-- """ "'" t.u.. SWEET CLOVER SEED FOR SALE $1.00 I r-- ' "' "" '' yr FOR SALE Sweet Clover Seed. After grow ing sweet clover for six years under the lil i...v....u.. vi .lit lCJVUJgluil .lJCriIllCIll tion, we are prepared to ay it is the hest soil huilder under the shine of the sun. Mammoth White recleaned sweet clover seed a 18 cents per pound f. o. h. lrvington. II. W. Carter & Son. 2 J. C. . NOLTE & BRO. ITEMS BRIEF LOCAL PROPOSED NEW COUNTY PRECINCTS o-- , (,. 11 a ' 00 000 "f FOR SALK A good pair of young mutes, guaranteed to work, S years old, Hi hands high. I.en Wcatherholt, llardinshurg, Ky. Route No. 1 FOR SALE 1 gray mare, 13 years old, good worker and all round mare lor her age. Trice only $40. J. R. Henning, Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 2. I'OR SALE One large range cook stoic for coal or wood. Will sell cheap. Henry Trent, Hardinsburg, Ky, FOR SALE OR TRADE One Aicry Tractor Ml!. Bargain. In good running shape. J. M. Howard, film Dean, Ky. FOR SALE Old newspapers. Tic a hunch. Ilrtckcnriilge News office, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE Utank Deeds and Mortgages. The Breckenridge News, CIoerport, Ky. Mr. John Lively brought to The Breckenridge News office last week a remarkable bunch of tomatoes, on one stem there were ten large size to-- i matocs. They are the yellow variety. o Miss in tlie 00 000 ... 000 .1 I -- :.! J 00 00 TYPE WRITER FOR SALE FOR SALE 8ts -- Remington tperiter No. (!, Remodeled, fiood as new. Further informcall or write The Breckenridge News, ation Cloverport, Ky. I 000 000 WANTED WANTED To rent a good farm ta work, on the Iiahcs. J. T. Sermon, McQuady, Ky. WANTED Man with small family to work on farm. House furnished. For terms write Jim England, Tobinsport, Ind. WANTED Live foxes. Gahe Taul, Hardir burg, Ky. Aoite & liro., store, is Having a month's vacation. Miss Elizabeth The ten new Precincts proposed Allen is filling her place. for Breckinridge county are: Harned, McQuady, Cloverport No. 4, Clifton Miss Evelyn Hicks has returned Mills, lrvington No. 2. Garfield. from Louisville, where she has been Woodrow, Roff, Hudson No. 2, and to purchase her fall millinery goods. Black Lick. .uib riicK'.iius wmi ner again, urn With the nronosd new Dree nets year, Aliss Mary Inmau, who was the added the boundaries of the old prepopular trimmer last spring. cincts, will necessarily be changed o and a complete list of all the districts Geo Powell, an has op- t'ill be given in next week's issue of ened a first ch.ss' meat, market in the The Breckenridge News. West End of the city. Powell was given a disability discharge from the BLACKMAIL army and a cash compensation paid Regular Fan: I tell you that pitchthrough Red the local Cross chapter. He has purchased a home in er's got something on that ball! Novice (better with the West End and is now in business police matters): He acquainted or it must have, for himself. wouldn't stand to be spit upon. Caro Cloveroort was visited by a heavy toons Magazine. rain storm Saturday afternoon. This makes the twelveth Saturday it has rained in succession o Ten More Precincts May Be Added to Breckinridge Josie Raitt, who is employed County. grocery department of J. C. FOR RENT. rOR RENT Farm in Holt's Bottom. Apply to D. S. Burks, Addison, Ky. 00 from' Hardinsburg, Srturday afternoon, during the severe rain storm there was a downpour of hail with pieces as large as hen eggs falling. There was not enough hail to seriously damage the tobacco crops. Out one mile am prepared to test your eyes and furnish you glasses, or a prescription for glasses. Satisfaction guaranteed. I BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT OO chep) Incorporated PERFECT. FITTING for rent-T-wo Miss Pearl Blair and Mrs. Carrie Stlls will visit relatives in Louisville, the week-en- d and attend the State 00 rooms for light housekicpiug, unfurnished. One large front room and kitchenette. For particulars ste. .Mrs. Eldred Bahbage, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewis of this city have received the announcement of the arrival of a grandson. Wallace Henry Edward Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lewis, of Sedalia, Mo., who arrived September 8. DR. D. S. SPHIRE Hardinsburg, Ky. o Local Church News by the members of the Woman's FOUND At The Breckenridge News office Monday afternoon a black spectacle case. Missionary Society for Mrs. Martha Owner may have same by catling for it Smith, a fate member of the society. at this office. The service was led by Mrs. David SPECTACLES AND B, Phelps and the members present EYE GLASSES H. J. HAMMAN'S HOUSE SOLD. paid tribute to Mrs. Smith, who had NOTICE TO been a faithful and active member of GAS CONSUMERS' Kryptoka Artificial Eye Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Haminan the society since'its organization. Inriiible Bifocal Lens have sold their home in Breckinridge Addition to Mr. and Mrs Nat Tucker. Southwest Comer 4th and Chastaot Saa. Rev. J. R. Randolph, pastor of the This Date, LOUISVILLE, KY. Consideration private. Mr. and Mrs. Methodist church, will preach his last Taking Effect From Sept. 7, 1920 Hamman will give possession October sermon of the Conference year on Sunday. Rev. Randolph goes to 1st. Gas rates will be as follows, viz Tuesday, Sept. 21, to attend uc- Louisville Conference of ah uas ourneu eacu mount orprice ' the annual tween cacli meter reading the Methodist ministers. will by 00c per 1,00') cubic feet used o 2.."i00 cubic feet, mininum rate for . The regularly monthly union ser- over meter installed with be $1 .'0 per each vice of the Methodist and PresbyterDiscounts for prompt payment ians will be held in the Methodist month as Fj fl t church Sunday evening and Dr. T. same any heretofore. wishes to disconW If pi Louisville will preach. tinue rlie consumergas on account of N Williams, use of new rates please notify us before the 9 HILL ITEMS loth of this month and meter will he Dr. T. N. Williams will till his ap- promptly disconnected on due notice. Cloverport Gas Co. pointment at the Lucile Memorial next Sunday morning. The union ser- NOTICE vices will be conducted by Rev. Randolph You are cordially invited to All persons having claims against attend both services. Mrs. J. II McKfnney left Monday the estate of the late Israel Holder morning for Louisville, to attend the will present them, properly proven, ' State Fair. to the undersigned administrator of SSSlSSBSSSSSBlSSSSBlSlllllllinBBBBBBBBB Miss Marian Allen left last Thurs- his estate, on or before the 1st day of day for Cincinnati, where she has November, 1920, at the address as apgone to attend school and study pears below. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co music. Mr. Eddie Campbell .who was in Admr. of Israel Holder, Estate, calls times Hardinsburg, Ky. the hospital in Iowa, returned two weeks ago and is enjoying good sometimes are meet. CARD OF THANKS health. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mattingly and We desire to thank our friends and children. Alice Ben and Katherine, neighbors for their kindness and genreturned Monday after visiting rela- erous donations given us since we Have you ready money? Have you nn estabtives in Uniontown, Ky. lost our borne and household effects Mrs. Annie Ryan, of Russellville, by fire. lished credit that will enable you to meet her call? Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morton. Ky was the guest of Mrs. II. Hardin last week. They went to the country home of Mrs. Hardin's sisters and LOUISVILLE STOCK MARKET Even if yau are unprepared we might help you. Sept. 14, 1920. spent several days. Miss Fannie Lishen Kramer has enAt best you will be welcome if you will call. Hogs advanced 23c Monday at the tered the Conservatory of Music in Louisville, and will go every Saturday Bourbon Stock yards, best hogs bringing $17 00. for instruction. Quotations: Best hogs, 230 pounds Mrs. Joe Allen who has been quite up $15.50; 1(13 to 230 pounds $17; 120 ill, is reported somewhat better. Mrs, Sam Allen went to Owens- to 103 pounds $10.30; pigs 90 to 120 boro, Sunday where she will go to pounds $12.23; 90 pounds down $10.75 throwouts, $12 down. , the hospital for medical treatment. $11.50; light Medium steers $10 Stand Up for Your Rights, Mister. steers $9 (H) $10; fat heifers, $0 50 $10.50; medium Nobody but ail abnormal female $10 so; fat cows, $7 admires cowardice in men. Even the cows, $5 Qi) $7; teeners $7 US lo. common scold heartily despises the Choice milch cows, $80 (?3 $95. Best lambs $12.30 $13; seconds husband she 'can "hen peck". The $8, best sheep $0 down. $7.50 Woman Patriot. Mad-isonvill- Southern Optical Co. Fair. o 00 If you will call Mrs. Eliza Bpard she will come and take your measurements for NuBone Corset, made to fit any size figure A memorial service was held Monday afternoon in the Methodist church FOUND FARM FOR SALE I A farm qi 200 acres, 3 miles north of Hardinsburg, Kentucky, a new seven room dwelling, ,two good barns, well fenced, good water. Price and terms reasonable. 1- -2 ALLEN R. KINCHELOE, Attorney Hardins1 urg, Kentucky e, sssssssT rl TBSJ' unexpected and hard to NEW FALL GOODS ARRIVING (POP DAILY. ! SOME GOOD VALUES I I . -- I Buys a young man's vool suit in the very latest Eastern Styles, belt- ed or double breasted, in blues, browns ana green, uive us a look before purchasing elsewhere. all (f DJ.UU Boy's Brown English sizes 3 to 5. Newest styles. bhces d? pffK DvoOt Men's high $3.50 sample hats in grade all the ilip-3tc- prevailing colors and shapes. Opportunity her demands at value. Ladies' all wool slip over sweaters m all the prevaling shades. Splondid $5.98 (PJ QO and 34. Misses all wool 0 over sweaters sizes 32 Colors blue and rose. New arrival of Ladies' (PI FA Just received a full line tDXatJUof boys school caps in brown, greys and greens. The renowned "Frat Cap" Ask for it. flQ QQ 44. D0O Fall at this special ed. Georgette waists price sizes 38 to Must be seen to be appreciat- SPECIAL! $7.50 Men's 0, D. Army Overcoats IN ALL SIZES GET THE HABITGO TO THE GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVERPORT, KY PAGE SIX THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY I 4 SEPTEMBER 15, 19W rAPDirn"unM ESTFTOOFAR .Trusted Clerk Rather Overdid It, and Lost the Confidence of His Employer. Cash registers liecnme nn Institution n mentis of compelling honesty among employees handling money. There wns n time when their Installation uns tnlu'ii as an nitron t hy every clerk coneerneil. Itwt n new gciiernthm tons nccepted tliem ns n mitttei of course. Thnt they still have their ue In the orlglnnl sense, however, wns demonstrated recently by one cmplojcr n grocer who wns telling bis story over the counter the other evening to a belated customer. "Last summer," the grocer snld, "my family wns living down nt the beach and I ined to lenve early In order to get down there for u late dinner. I hnd n clerk that I trusted to luck up and put the iimney In the -- nfe. Naturally the en.i regNter would lmw In the morning whnt he had rung tip. "For a few dnjs I thought It wns working line, lie wn a good clerk and I thought lie wu honeM. Then when I got to thinking about It I deFor ten cided he was too lionet. days thai reglst. r and the radi agreed to a penny. Now that's better than I could make It do myself. It ain't nat- Dinner Sets (lbO pieces) Dinner Sets (42 pieces) WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPON? 5JS LOUISVILLE, KY. $37.00 LOUISVILLE, OvY. $7.98 as A Complete Assemblage of Fall Fashions 600 of the Fall Coat Favorites at $15.44 to $99.94 Prominently featured ,are short, medium and full lengths that is to say, all of these are considered correct styles. full belt and loose effects that Also there are are modifications of the extreme "wrappy coat." The most popular materials are semi-belted, Velour, Sihertone, Bolivia, Goldtone, Suede Cloth, Tinseltone, Duvetyn and Plush The coats have the large cape and rolling collars and reveal both fur and self trimming. They will, of course, be found in the preferred fall colors, including three new and very beautiful tones of brown. decided to try a little before I left I rang up $2.75 on the regKter and put nothing In the till. Next morning the euh and the register ngieed as utml. That was enough for me. Any man who Is so honest he will make up mistakes out of bis pocket must hnvo plenty of money to do It with. "No lie Isn't wnrklni: for me now." New York Evening Sun. "Then scheme. I ural. .ItiM THREE COAT SPECIALS Buy Now Pay Later For a reasonable deposit and regular M Waists VALUES TO $3.50 About twenty-fiv- e new stylus In Plain and Van ay Pattern Voile Wnlsts; trimmed with , ! fancy lace edges and embroidered ' touches; niiriy of them are In the fascinating sllopr style, while all of the newest collar feature, are t revealed; special tfjl A J VALUES TO $5.00 Crepe de Chine, China Silk and French Voile Waists developed with trimmings of fancy lace and embroidered touches; all of the latest collar features, Includ- lng pretty round nock styles, are revealed. These waists may bo had In plain white, pretty pastels and I oomDinations 01 special at , ! ISN'T THAT JUST LIKE A MAN Titus Tiberius Smith was careful to give offense to no one. especially bis wife. She was a masterful woman Her home was her idol but convenient payments thereafter, you may select any coat that you like, which wo will put nsldo and keep for you until needed for cold leather wear. Titus Tiberius always oncned the door with bis handkerchief lest his fingers should sully the brilliance of the brass knob "Titus." she .aid one evening, as he sank innltilv into a chair. "I can read you like a book YonVe been doing something wmugl Did vou scranc your boots before entering the halP" "Yes inv dear" "Then what have vou done?" Titus blushed to tbc roots of bis hair ind c1tnctl his baking knees "Gladys." be stammered. "1 bung inv bat tin carelessly, and a raindrop fell from it on the umbrella stand!" Houston Post -- Coats Charged will be put on tho October statements. If so desired, and which are not duo for payment until November. Values to $35.00 are offered at..P Values to $55.00 are offered at.. P Values to $60.00 are offered at. . v These in any of the desired AiQQi Aai7 V4 39 f ? AAAA . TAfr styles. BACON'S SECOND FLOOR. 1 5 Stylish Dress Models P , Values to $35.00 specially priced at. 24.44 McADOO OTIT SOUARELY FOR DRY UNITED' STATES New York. Sent s Modification of the Volstead act to permit the sale of licht wines and beer would nl'ime-l- y destroy the entire prohibition mer secretary of the treasury, declared in a nrepaed stitMiicn made miblic tonight He added he believed vcrv "a modifying clause would tml-lunchroom, drugstore and coda fountain a siloon. encourage youth to drink and bring a curc on the country greater than war " e William G McAdo fir- A group of the best fall and winter dress styles for women and misses are shown in. such popular fabrics as tricotine, serge, satin, jersey and fancy combinations. Many of these dresses are prettily embroidered, others have beading and button trimmings; choice of the straight silhouette or the charming blouse effect with a fancy sash. 600 other new dress fashions are offered at ' 5&) Coats Values to $15.00; $5.00 special Values to $20.00; special $9.94 Girls'1 These are lighiweight coats in the popular plain colors and novelty mixtures. They will be very serviceable for school wear during the fall. DRESSES Good VALUES TO $10.00 Exquisite New Fall Waists in crepe do chine and Georgette crepe, handsomely beaded, embroidered and trimmed with fancy lace edges. The colorings embrace lovely pastels, the rich, dark coat suit tones, flesh tint and white. In this group are a number of tho fascinating slipover blouse styles; special rfr I $3.94 fJ BACON'S SECOND FLOOR Two Specials Vajues to $15.00 Values to $20.00 'An offering of the newest fall and winter styles in very effective plaid patterns. These skirts show box plaiting, side plaiting and accordion plaiting; also wide belts. Skirts prices from $12.94 to $45.00 BACON'S SECOND FLOOR. WATER FROM HOLY LAND BROUGHT OVERSEAS. t the exProviucetnwn. ercises on Town Hill this afternoon Pres Tobn H Finlev of Xcw York Stae University ippPTcd with a can-- 1 teen slung bv his ilc It contained water which Pres Fiuley said be had scooper from tbc River Tordan when lie entered Jerusalem with Gen British troops The water was poured into a lnsin and given to Rev John L Sew all. Summer pastor at the Church of the Pilgrims, to be mixed with w.ver from the Pilgrim Spring here and used for baptisms in the church M-- s $9.94 $15.94 Coat Suit Special (values to $65.00) 'A BACON'S SECOND FLOOR. k "2WX 0U COAL CAR SHORTAGE IS MORE ACUTE THAN EVER. though the car shortage is more acute than it has ever been in the history of the western Kentucky coal field, there is no immediate relief in sight. Onerators arc unable to operate their of the mines more than time because of the inadeouate car supply Information received here is that railroads are storiiif coal in expectation of a strike and that is one reason there is such a car shortage one-fourth Madisonvillc. .Kv Sept 0 Al- A Jn f I splendid opportunity to purchase one of the best of the fall and winter suit designs at a very moderate price and secure at the same time a suit of superior quality. The materials include tricotine, velour, silvertone, men's wear serge, poplin, Oxford cloth and other popular fabrics, in the favorite colorings and black. Some of the suits are developed with very effective fur trimmings, while on others are seen braid and buttons. 'A $44.44 Boys' Good Wool Suits $11.98 They are actual $15.00 & $17.50 values We can say, with the utmost confidence, that this is a suit offering of the most unusual character, and since the suit is the principal item of the boy's school clothing outfit, this sale is going to help mothers to materially reduce this expense. , Most of them are beautifully tailored, are in the 1920 fall models, very, stylish and perfect fitting. There is a large assortment of serviceable patterns in brown and green mixtures, also plain colors and blue serges. Sizes for boys of 6 to 18. all-woall-wo- ol Other Coat Suits very large assemblage, consisting of about 800 suits, affording the widest possible selection as to modeling,-coloor material. A r ginghams for school-wea- r; sizes for girls aged 7 to 16 years; choice of plaids, stripes, checks and plain colors; very good models; priced at MEXICAN ONYX When waters charged with carbonate of calcium derived from limestone are allowed to evaporate they deposit masses of the carbonate, some of which are of great beauty. This process can be observed at many warm and "petrifying" springs and also in limestone caverns where stalactites and stalagmites are being formed, according to the United States Geological Survey Mexican "onyx" is formed in this way, Its variations in, color and texture, which make it attractive and valuable as an ornament, are commonly produced by impurities or inclusions, such as oxide of iron, or even mud and clay, $18.94 to $99.94 BACONS $4.44 to $7.99 BACON'S SECOND FLOOR. SECOND FLOOR. Another First Showing of Flats the arrivals of the last few days (Values to $30.00) $7.94 to $18.84 And they are especially worth seeing because they consist of showroom samples and original pattern hats; naturally, no two of them are alike. The body materials are panne velvet, Lyons velvet, duvetyn, velvet and duvetyn combinations, hatter's plush and combinations with feathers. There are small, medium and large shapes, beautifully trimmed with ostrich novelties, wings, ribbons and other charming decorations; a full range of colors and black. DON'T LIKE "FRONT PORCH" Washington. Reports from Marion Ohio, are to tbc effect that the front porch campaign idea is not making a big hit with the newspaper correspondents assigned to cover the activities of Senator Warren G Harding, Republican candidate for President Frciuent shifts in the assignment have been made hy the press associations and the specials at the urgent request of the newspaper men who have not found rusticating in Marion a joyous existence. vy Apy ryn flM Boy's Complete Outfits Sweater Coats Separate Pants Neckwear Shirts Blouses Caps TRIMMED HAT SPECIAL (Values to $10.00), none alike BACON'S SECOND FLOOR. . ? .24 Q a all at reasonable prices, BOYS' DEPARTMENT UACON'B THIRD.FLOOR rrr-EEB- H 'EMBER 15, 1920 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY period used as a basis for the earnings during Government control. From now on the railroad managements will be free agents of 'the stockholders. The increased railroad rates, now in effect, were intended to relieve the roads wlin the Gbvernmcnt guarantee expired. Definite information as to the cost to the Government of guaranteeing the earnings is not expected for some time. The Bureau of Economics has estimated, however, that the earnings of the railroads durina the six months since the Government returned the management of the roads to their owners is $000,000,000 below their standard return. Most of the roads have certified to deficits in the last six months and have asked for advances under the guarantee clause of the law. PAGE SEVEN GOVERNMENT GUA RANTEE CEASES 1 SWITCHMAN GIVES FACTS TO PUBLIC TWELVE Midvale 18-INC- H NAVAL GUNS ORDERED. and Bethlehem Companies Get Contracts. 10-in- ch SHORTAGE SCHOOL BOOKS IS MENACE now. Some dealers have sent to other state and obtained their supplies. there arc 79,000 undistributed copies the speller somewhere in Kentucky lilroads Are on Their Own ... .' A csunriTPS. unaranrpp Tn.vm pired August 31. -- I When Lost My Was Going Down Hill So Fast Washington, Sept. 7. Award of ad- New Compulsory Attendance Setting Hen," Mrs. Hannan. complete the He Became Alarmed Lost ditional contracts to required for arm- Law Expected to Boost Atgun programme "I went to the hen house one the Forty Pounds in Six Weeks. ing six six 4:i,00() ton dreadnoughts tendance to New Record. morning and found my favorite setter battle cruisers now under conand I I "I Got Real Mad Washington. Autr. 31 Estimated to fliave cost the Government $100,000,000 monthly for the nast six months, the 'clause of the transportation act which ' .guarantees earnings to railroads of Fthe country rased to be effective at midnight toiuvht. and the roads attain "Will be on their own resources.-rurther loans from the Government, hov.- rver, will be available from the rc- "voiving tuno created iy tnc act Notwithstanding the widespread im f pression that the railroads were tttrn-- d completely over to private owner- 'shfp on March 1, last, the fact is thr.t the Govcrment has held on to the funds of the roads till now, the railroad officials having been since that From Mrs. Chas. O. Graham date mere trustees as far as handling Mr. J. D. Babbage, Clovcrport, Ky. the money went. Dear Sir: Enclosed find $2 to pay j.n a iccnnicai sense me uovcrn-mefor one year's subscription to The has been receiving the funds Brcckctiridge News which you will jLand paying the bills while guarantee- -' please mail to Mrs. John A. Wallace, Sing inai me earnings 01 me companies Troy. Tenn. Respectfully, Mrs. Chas. "hn1l hf thf cnm n rlnrimr flip trial t O. Graham, Brandenburg, Ky. ... .... .... - LETTERS WE APPRECIATE nt ,1 Dr. O. E. HART VETERINARY SURGEON Will be in HARD INS BURG, KY., on the FOURTH MONDAY IN SEPT. i Mrs. Sallie M. Parker. Dear Mr. Babbage: You will find enclosed $2.00 for renewal of subscription to The Breckenridge News. Best regards to all my friends. Sincerely, Sallie M. Parker, Washington. D. C. Mrs. J. J. Whitworth. Mr. J. D Babbage. Dear Sir: Please find enclosed $1 00 money order for The Breckenridge News for six months. And oblige, Mrs. J. J. Whitworth, Lodiburg, Ky. Essie Ross enclosed $2 00 for my subscription, to The Breckenridge News, and oblige. Essie Ross, 2021 Irving Avenue, San Deigo, Cal. C. Payne The Breckenridge News, Clover-por- t, Ky. Please find enclosed $1.00 for six months subscription to The Breckenridge News. Respectfully, C. Payne, Hardinsburg, Ky. Mr. Babbage. Dear Sir: Please find "The best proof I can give that Tanlac was the right medicine for me is the way it has relieved my suffer ing and is building me up," said James H. Johnson, for ten years a switchman for the K. & I. Railroad, living at 1725 Cap St, Louisville, Ky., a few days ago. "Yes, sir, I was in an awful fix with my jtomach all out of order and my kidneys worrying me day and night. I had to be careful about what I ate and often I was so nauseated I couldn't retain a thing on my stomach. I would bloat all up with sour gas and I had the worst sort of gnawing pains in my stomach. My kidneys bothered me continually and what little sleep I did manage to get was so restless I hardly knew I had ever been to bed at all. I actually fell off forty pounds in six weeks time and was going down hill so fast it alarmed me. I tried everything anybody told me but I got worse instead of better and I was about ready to give up in despair. "But one day I saw a railroad man who was suffering like I was had tried Tanlac and was well pleased with it, so I began taking it and it give me the finest kind of appetite. Then the indigestion left me and I started picking up in weight. And now in little more than a month's time I have already gained back fifteen pounds of my lost weight and I am still gaining right along. My kidneys don't bother me any more and I can sleep like a top all night long. I am feeling fine and the way Tanlac has built me up in nothing short of remarkable." Tanlac is sold in Cloverport by Wedding's Drug Store, in Kirk by Mattingly Bros., in Addison by L. D. Addison, and in Amnions by Wm. H. Dutschke. Advertisement. DIRECTORY Cattle and Hog Of f Breeders Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Dean, Ky. Mrs. D. S. Richardson. Mr. Jno. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed find check for $3 00. Please continue to send The Breckenridge News to me. Very truly Mrs. D. S. Richardson, Union Star, Ky. C. A. Mattingly Mr. J. D. Babbage, Clovcrport, Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep. Htc woo 1000 Kibboni at State Falm la Fait Fire Yean Victor Orcndorff. by the United Stales." W. J. OWEN & SONS, Propietora Dear Mr. Babbage: Please send me It Is presumed that this copper coin Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 The Breckenridge News for one year. conn net was made as directed for on lmtn't received a v for a Poland China Hogs a Specialty 1My old address was cororte No. month Friday. July 0. 17S7. the emigres 2 .md adopted tlili resolution: "That the 'Polled Durham Cattle now I am iu town and like fine you will find : money order hoard of treasury direct the contractor for ?1.30 for 0 months. Best wishes for the copper coinage to stnmp on HOWARD FARMS to you and -all the readers of the one side of each piece the followlna News Vict?- Orendorff, J0? lTnity device, viz.: Thirteen circles United J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. Ii 'tig., Bloomington, 111. tosether mid a small circle In the midShorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Sultan, dle with the words 'United Stntes' aon of l Sultan, heads the herd Duroc Hogs, Sprague Defender heads tbt PAPER CLOTHING SHOWN; nnd In the center the words. MADE IN AUSTRIA. nrnund It. one.' On the other side of herd. We lire Breeders of 2nd. prize Polled Shorthorn Heifer (Senior yearling class) the sMiue piece the following device, Washington, Sept. 7. Paper clothChicago, l'JIU. ing and other articles made from viz.: A dlnl with the hours expieed -: -: Ky. paper in Austrian factories were plac- m the face of It. n meridian sun above, Glen Dean, ed on exhibition today by the Deon one side of which Is to lie the word partment of Commerce. Later the exFunlo' mill on the other vide the lnt hibit will be offered to clothing and 17S7': below the dial the words. 'Mind other interested manufacturers for ex- your own business." Hardinsburg, Ky. amination. Dealers in The exhibit includes workmen's FEED NEEDED suits, a table cover, collars and cujTs, DETERMINESHOGS IN TRANSIT LIVE STOCK AND FOR bag and a wall decoration. a laundry TOBACCO One paper suit is quoted at li'2 crowns feed requirements of The or about 15 cents in United States cur- hogs inminimum have been determined transit rency, while another sells for 130 crowns, or about 5fl cents. In the ex- by the United States Department of as hibit is also a suit made of 40 per Agriculture thanfollows: Hardinsburg, Ky. 2 bushels of shelled Not less paper, which in Austria sells at cent, Dealer to corn' or its equivalent in car corn or 575 crowns, or about $3 03 in Ameris Horses, Mules, Fine Sad- can money at the present rate of ex- other grain per single deck of not change. The garments are washable. more than 17,()00 pounds weight and dle and Harness Horses. bushels of shelled not less than .' corn or its equivalent in ear corn or It will pay you to visit my Stable SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS other grain per double deck of not more than 21,000 pounds weight. Carload lots of hogs in excess of these jp FOOL AT weights should be fed an additional amount in the same proportion. Where amounts very greatly in exIt U an old proverb that every man said by physicians to be sciatic neucess of those specified are fed it. is fo either a fool or a physician at 40. ralgia, causing general toxic poisonquite probable that feed will be Well, I fooled along for 40 years in ing, and seeing your advertisement in Un-ci".-- Valley Home Stock Farm Friend J. D.: I am' enclosing a check for renewal to The Breckenridge News. Yours respectfully, C. A. Mattingly, Renfrow, Okla , R. F. D. dead I got real mad. Went to the struction was announced by Frankfort, Ky.. Sent. HO Failure store, bought some and the Navy Department Contracts for six guns each 'to get textbooks enough for distri- in a week I got six dead rats. Everywere awarded to the Midvale Steel bution is worring State Superintendent body who raises poultry should keep Three sires, .'iric, 'CSc, Company at $2.fl,ono a gun and to George Colvin, who said reports rethe Bethlehem Steel Comnanv at ceived from counties on the first test $1.2.". Sold and guaranteed by Conrad $2."7,.00 a gun. The latter company of the new compulsory attendance Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky., and B. law show 00 per cent of the children r. Heard & Co, Hardinsburg, Ky. .usu win lurmsii luur sets oi Advertisement. gun forgings, while a contract for iu school, Some county teachers have 100 pup18 sets of gun forgings was ils. Practically all the schools arc supawarded the Erie Forge Company. With the Midvale and Bethlehem plied with teachers, but many have companies each having previously more pupils than they can teach successfully, and housing facilities arc contracted to furnish twenty-fou- r guns, in addition to ninety to inadequate. This condition, coupled be turned out by the naval gun factory with elevation of the minimum school at Washington, the contracts awarded rate, is expected to expedite consolidcomplete the programme of lf) ation of schools. At Superintendent Collin's request, Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid guns required for the great fighting ships now building. While Attorney Gen. Chas. I. Dawson has troubles are most dangerous betheir armament actually calls for only written publishers that unless they 120 of the big guns, thirty arc being comply with their contracts by sup- - cause of their insidizus attacks. plying sufficient books immediately Heed the first warning they give built as spares. The twelve warships will not be suit will be instituted to forfeit their that they need attention by taking completed before the latter part of bonds of $10,000. Principal difficulty is with the 1023, according to the present procompany, publishers of geoggramme, but it is necessary, it was said, that the guns be finished and raphies, who write that they have tkM ready for installation a year before delayed publication of more books to yavrciK9mim get in the latest European maps; the the ships arc completed. JD. C. Heath company publishers of "MCK55 IS TO BE EXTRACTED the Heath readers, who replied that The world's standard remedy for tbeta FROM VANILLA EXTRACT they had supplied 10,000 more copies disorders, will often ward off these disj last year than the Central eases and strengthen the body against School Supfurther attacks. Three sizes, all druggists. Chicago, Sept. ti. Members of the ply company estimated; and the Irolurna Cold American Chemical society, which is ' quois Publishing comnanv. publishers Look for Oiand accopt no Medal on Try bo imitation holding its annual meeting here, nowof the spellers, who insist that heard today that the "kick" is to he Hln from lemon and van'll.t c tracts. This is sad news for the parched rum hound who no longer will be able to avoid the eighteenth amendment by mixing a lemon extract ro.'k-taand acquiring a perfumed jag. Dr. M. de Grote, of the University of Pittsburg, told of the new "kick-less- " extract in a talk before the society today. "By substituting glycerin for alcohol, we not only get a better Old clothes made to look good as flavoring extract, but a cheaper one." new with the Hoffman Sanitary Steam Presser. One FIRST UNITED STATES COINS he said." The high percentage of alcohol in these extracts made them machines on the of the latest and most convenient if dangerous substitute "Fuglos," Made of Copper, Were the for whisk. While some will deplore market. Earliest Issued by Direct Auinis discovery anu possioiy not approve of the glycerin content, they thority of Congress will have to yield to the advance of The "fusfns" were the earliest coins chemical science." Issued by the nutlmrlty of the United NO SIGNS OF RETURN OF HARDINSBURG, KY. Stntcs, mill were of copper. It w In INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC congress of the April. 17S7. that the We guarantee our work to be satisfactory in every United Stntes authorized the bn.'ird of Washington, Sept. 0. There have treasury to contract for "00 tons of been no indications of a return of last particular. Orders by Parcel Post shall have our copper coin of the- - federal standard year's influenza epidemic this winter, "ngreenhly to the proposition of Mr. the public health service announced prompt attention. Send us a trial order. . .Tninex .Inrvls. provided that the premi- today. Each year it was said, between November and May, a number of casum to be allowed to the United Stntes es are reported but experts of the serKy. B. RHODES on the account of the copper contracted vice do not expect the disease for lie not Us than 15 per cent." nnd to be as widespread or as violent this that "It he coined at the expense of year as in 1910 the contractor, but under the Inspecto-da- y RAT-SNA- P lG-in- RAT-SNAP- ." ii l lts-in- to-da- y VICTIMS RESCUED COLD MEDAL lO-in- I Mac-Filla- n Dry Cleaning, il Pressing, Repairing and Dyeing "a up-to-d- ate J. B. Rhodes Recreation Room J. Hardinsburg, tion of nn ofllrer nppolnted and paid 1E White-hal- Inter-Nation- :- :- BEARD BRO& C. V. High-Clas- Robertson The DependableTiactor that Burns Kerosene Completely H. P.Waterloo Boy Tractcr is just the kind of machine that we like to put into the hands of our customers. ' The IBSSMA 1225 That saves engine trouble no kerosene gets into the lubricating oil. There is no carbonizing of cylinders or fouling of spark plugs. 1- -2 A 40 t&e prescription sold and used by fbe citizens of our home city than all other blood raed'rines combined. conall It in indicated insystem.depraved blood In ditions of the troubles, in sores, ulcers, eczema and skin diseases. In chronic rheumai tism, catarrh, constipation, stomach,' l. kidney and liver troubles. J. C. 40 years a druggist. i, Houston, Texas, Jan. 22, 1010. J. C. ' Mendenhull, Evansville, Ind. Dear Sir: "Having suffered from 12 to 18 atns witn a iienoua ureaitaown, for $7.00. Men-cknhal- tudy of medicine and therapeutics before I discovered the wonderful rescrlption for Number 40 For The Slood. There is more of this won-Aerf- practice of pharmacy and tJie the San Antonio Express, I called on Dr, A. M. Fisher, Druggist. He recommended your prescription Number 40 which I have Men using for three months and I havo received great benefit from it. Sleep well, good appetite, have gained several pounds in weight, get up feeling fresh every morning. Have no pains. My nervous system has become nearly norRespectfully, J. L. Dupree, mal." 1715 Common Street. The best drug- &lst in your neighborhood sells 40, but if it happens that he does not, send direct to J. C. Menden-ha- ll Medicine Company, Evansville, Indiana, and receive it delivered to you at $1.25 per bottle, six bottles SEC. DANIELS BELIEVES COX WILL GET INDIANA. Chiaago, Sept. 9. Secretary of the Navy Josephus Daniels spent a few hours in Chicago yesterday enroute east after a. speaking engagement at Connersville, Ind. Many political leaders from western headquarters in the consumers building met the secretary who told them Indiana looks like a Cox state. "The trend in the state is tremendously our way," Mr. Daniels said: "Senator Watson is showing evident signs of losing strength, and I expect to see a senatorial victory for the Democrats as well as the election of the Cox and Roosevelt electoral ticket. "On the League of Nations the Democrats are going to carry thousands tens of thousands of women's votes." Secretary Daniels left last night for Maine, where lie is booked for several speeches. years of service on the farm. Every time we sell one, va feel the assurance that the owner is going to s?t iully satisfactory service from it. And that mear.3 a great deal to the future of our business. long-continu- There is nothing experimental about it. Its dependability has been fully proved in 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; easy to keep in good running order. The work- 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. It burns kerosene completely. Its patented kerosene manifold one that you can get on no other tractor converts all of the gas, fuel into a d enabling the engine to get full power from every drop. low-pricehighly-combustible 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 sqlid foundation, run without vibration no racking of mechanism. and Gears are steel-cu- t 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 Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE Be sure to come in some day soon and get fully j-.- - Hughes' Chill Tonic PALATABLE acquainted with the Waterloo Boy, vr I attar than Calemtl and Quinine. (Contains no Arsonlc.) The Old Rtllabla EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC Malarial Favor, Swamp Favor and Bllloui Fovort. Just what you nood at thU imom. MILD LAXATIVE, NERVOUS SEDATIVE. SPLENDID TONIC. 60c and $1.30 Botths Don't Take Any Substitute. IT. As wed ' u (or ChlHo and Favor, TRY Prepared! ky KOMNSN-FETTE- T INCORPORATED CO.. Llsvlllc. Ky. 0-- ESSENTIALS IN MARKETING. One of the first essentials to satisfactory marketing arrangements is standardized products Cans, jars and other containers should be uniform in pack, appearance, quality, and condition. Every container which is fully up to the standard represented by the label or brand will then be an advertisement in itself and often a guaranty to further purchases. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. JAKE WILSON, Minigtr KENTUCKY FORDSVILLE, """"SBM'i PAGE EIGHT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 15, 11 VTWO OF LARGEST cHiO II Ml & t?ie ujvujft yCXJUmi JbUtyn. Jha, (JMur-TVlfl- Uf nwiiHifuM ltuuul (UllinlwiiiiiwiYiSP (Wfow &yturJUY I'BU HU1IL11 HHIj i ill It f at Ma VI at WE WILL "S3?3?i:Sis5s5?siiJ' ADVISE YOU -"iT;j:::- Hf MpsS in our Bank is common cents that make dollars and enough dollars make a FORTUNE. If you ever expect to have "a barrel of money" you foreign and interests which arc not DAI ours I call upon all Republican women and upon any Democratic friends f community and state. The amount of who maya sec id as yc do to' aid tis in' blow against all work and wise organization which striking Farmers To Visit Demonstra ' policies. women achieved during the' war is a large. For this cause wc tion urcnards m narcuns-bur- g still a marvel We must not be slack- Republican majority in want COUNTY ers now when the tcrrjblc burden of Breckinridge and Harned. county. , reconstruction sits so heavily upon the Mrs. Nannie Jolly Wathen, Irving- -' An orchard field day to be held at nation. The Republican party invites ton, Assistant Chairman Republi- the demonstration orchards, near HarRoy E. Moorman and W. H. your; active in its counCampaign Committee, Breck dinsburg and I lamed on Friday aftercan Bowmer Carried Largest sels and its efforts at sound construc inridge County. noon, Sept. 24. These orchards have tive government, statistics and the Policies. $58,000 Paid to been pruned and sprayed under th Congressional record confirm the assupervision of the County Agent and sertion, that the Republican party has IRVINGTON ORDER County. an Orchard Specialist from the Ex accomplished more for women and EASTERN STAR ELECTS year children in industry, school attendNEW OFFICERS. periment Station Previous to this typi- they were uueared for and were Of the life insurance policisc paid ance and the interests that safe guard in 1010, the home than has the Democratic i cat to Kentucky beneficiaries of the many orchards in the, Slii.OOO came to Clovcrnort. S42.000 party. I believe it to be the party of county which arc at present not proIrvignton, Sept .14. (Special) to Hardinsburg, and in Meade county, constructive legislation and 100 per O. 12 S Chapter met Friday ducing any fruit, Due to the care re$i:i,000 to Guston and $17,000 to cent Americanism. and clcctcjl the following officers: ceived this year, they arc now bearIJraudcnburg, according to an annual D. Ashcraft. Worthy Matron: ing a splendid crop of almost perAs for the logical conserver of the Mrs-summarization issued by the Insur- human race, woman hates war. For J. D. Ashcraft, Worthy Patron; Mrs fect fruit. ance Press, New Yark City. The farmers will gather at noon on that reason she will hesitate before Lillic Glasscock, Associate Matron; A tabulation of the largest claims she casts her vote for a party which j Mrs. S. II. Brown, Secretary, Mr. L. i Friday and will visit the orchards and paid in Kentucky gives the following: supports a League of Nations which ; D BisholT, Treasurer; Mrs. J. W. ' learn how these results have been Cloverport "William H. Bowmer, commits us in Article X. "To pre- Willis, Conductress; Mrs. Manuel accomplished. Everyone interested in Roy E. Moor-- serve against external aggression the Brooks, Associate Conductress; Miss orchards should attend this field meet$10,000; Hardinsbnrg n siv.KIO territorial integrity and existing poli- Gola Hicks, Adah; Mrs. J. G. Ander- ing The whole matter will be Among the largest payment made in tical independence of all members of son, Ruth, Mrs. C. W. Chapin, Esther; thoroughly discussed by experts- from ' the State was one of $77,500 on the life the league." Mrs W. B Taylor. Martha; Mrs. N. the Experiment Station, and many of Mohr Milchacl of Paducah. We can but be thankful that the Gardner. Electa; Mrs. R. A. Kasey, ' valuable points given on this line. Life insurance distributions in the Senate refused to ratify an act which Organist; Mrs. E B Ashcraft, Mar- Those having cars are especially urUnited States and Canada in 1010, the would involve us in the perils of shal; Mrs.' C C. Carter, Warden and ged to attend and bring others with ' them. Insurance Press figures show, agcontroversy and bloodshed and Mr. C C Carter. Sentinel. gregated $1,843,300,000. ' would send American soldiers and To Republican Women sailors to fight and die in every quarOf Breckinridge County. ter of the globa, for causes that arc FRIDAY, SEPT. 24, ORCHARD i INSURANCE CLAIMS (Continued From Page 1) OF KY. PAID IN THIS ...... I Irv-ingt- J. m for-ei- gn REGULAR BOYS' STORE-THI- RD FLOOR must use COMMON SENSE and bank regularly a PART of your income. Nor must you let some1 peddler of a "fake" schemp get in his work on you. Consult your BANKER before you invest. We are at your service. We invite YOUR Banking Business. Commissioner's Sale. CIRCUIT BRECKINRIDGE COURT, KENTUCKY THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG TRUST COMPANY. Plaintiff AGAINST H. J. MAY & ETC., Defendant EQUITY NO. 4171 Real Clothes for Real Boys! 16b FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at May Term thereof. ll-- ) in the above cause for the sum of $488.00 with interest thereon payable annually, from Dec. 10th, 101G until ,:A Alcn l,n fi.rtlior- - ciltll nf $..!) Ofl A GREAT NEWSPAPER BARGAIN! bargain rate. We arc pleased to announce that despite the mounting cost of white paper and other publishing expenses, the great October The Evansville Courier DAILY, ONE YEAR ALL DURING THE MONTH OF OCTOBER $5.00 The Only Morning Newspaper in Evansville Do not be, deceived by offers of cheap evening papers put out under the guise of morning newspapers. The Cau.'ier is the only Evansville newspaper delivered on the rural routes the same day it is printed. Always fresh an I No rehashed editions. You may give your subscription to your postmaster or our agent, oh send direct to I with interest thereon, interest payable annually, from the :trd day of June 1014, until paid, ana an costs nercin, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the e door in Ilardinsburg. to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday, the 4th. day of October. 1920, 'at one o'clock p. in., or. thereabout (being Circuit Court day), upon a credit of six months, the following described property, "A lot or parcel of ground in the city of Cloverport . Breckinridge county, Ky, in boundary by its present enclosure, and four stones one at each corner. Also another lot or parcel of ground lying in the rear of a short street, in rear of Lot 31, on the east side of Clover Lrcck and is known as the mill property. The purchaser with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal interest from 'the day of sale until paid; and having the force and effect of a Judgement. Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and Court-Housto-wi- SHIRTS FOR BOYS w aaaBHHBaMaVjf' $1.50 and up SUITS FOR BOYS All-Wo- CAPS FOR BOYS $1.50 and up Stitched Cloth Caps $3.00 and up SmaK caps for school wear and dressy cloth hats for Sunday. There's a big assortment of both in our Boys' t: $15.00 and up CORDUROY SUITS With collars attached or There's a without collars. nifty assortment of percales and madras to select from. $12 wish. $14 $16 They're some suits fine materials and tailored at smnrtly as any boy could Department. vsV H cost, $70.-, Lee Walls, Commissioner. '. PLEASANT OUTING AT COUNTRY HOME OF MR. AND MRS. WILSON. Irvington. Sept. 14. (Special) The following people enjoyed a pleasant day at the beautiful new home of Mrs. Paul Wilson, at Mori Mr. and avia, last Thursday. Mesdames W. B. Tavlor. J. B. Hottell, N. Gardner, Fred Bn'te and J. F. Vogcl. Misses Mary Alexander, Margaret Bandy, Julia Lyon and Mary Henry. In the afternoon 300 was indulged in, the party being joined by the following ladies from Brandenburg, Mesdames. R. X Hatcher. C. E. Price, W. E. Crutcher. E C Hartnian. II. K. Ditto. Glen Hunger, Edwin Woolfolk. and Wals lace Gray Five tables played and grapes were served. Cantel-oupe- O'COATS FOR BOYS THE EVANSVILLE COURIER, Evansville, Ind. $9.75 and up UNDERWEAR FOR BOYS $1.50 $1.75 $2.25 The kiddles will sure keep warm In a suit of Crutcher and Starks underwear. Both e separate and garments, with long or short sleeves and ankle or knee one-piec- SILK NECKWEAR 50c and up Boys will And it a hard Job to choose which Is the prettiest of these smart new silk ties. Dozens of patterns-- all colors. Just bring the kiddles to Crutcher and Starks to select their winter coats. They'll be tickled to death with the stylish models awaiting them. f BOYS . length. NEW RUST FOUND IN TOBINSPORT TOBACCO rust lias attacked tl'c toin the neighborhood of Tohinsport says County Agent Sanders It begins at the ground and the leaves wilt and die and dry up He recommends sacking the seed in bloom to prevent the sptead of fungous growth and the cutting of all plains as .soon as the .blight or rust appears Cannelton Telephone. A new bacco crop Oversize Throughout Made for Hard Work Some makers use inferior woods, maple, pecan, birch and beech, in their wagons. These woods do not stand the jars and strains of real work. Stoutly braced and reinforced, yet U SUITS FOR JUVENILES if I VK WASH SUITS FOR $4.00 and $6.00 They have to be seen to be appreciated. That's how good looking they are. Made of Palmer Linen, Kitty Cloth, Belgian Linen and Crash. yery light draft MoguW&gons "Strong Where the Strain Comes" 'Are built to stand the strain. Close grained hickory and seasoned oak, the strongest woods known, the pick of our own mills, arc used for hubs, spokes, axles and rims and reaches to 20oversize, just so the bearing parts. Each part is 15 much stronger than was shown necessary in tests. Triple coated with paint, brushed on, not dipped. WIDE TRACK WAGONS. track, tha oldfavorita Southern Mosul r made In tho standard which fiU your wagon bad, bay frames and tho track or auto h of Southern country road. The navr standard track can also bo f urnlshad. h COUNTY WED IN INDIANA. Three couples from Breckinridge county were married at the court house in Cannelton, Saturday, Sept I, by Mayor Zimmerman. The couples were Homer Horsley, farmer, Garfield, to Miss Patic May Tucker, of Harned; Allen Davis, farmer, Irving-toto Miss Edna B. Gray, Harned; Joseph Ollie Ball, carpenter, to Miss Cora Mattingly, both of McQuady n, THREE COUPLES FROM SAILOR SUITS FOR BOYS $15.75 Be sure and see our new Juvenile Suits. Made of Jersey worsted and heather mixtures in tho popular Ollvor $15.75 Captivating little suits for the small boy. Made of serge, with either long or short pants. You can bo sure he'll llko 'em. Twist and Norfolk style. . RETURN TO ILLINOIS Mrs. Henry Mattingly and three children. Louvina, Frances and Paul Joseph, have returned to their home in Alton, 111, after visiting Mrs Mat-- , tingly's three sisters. Mrs. Henry Greenwcll. Mrs. Eli Taul and Mrs Don Stinnct. and her brother. Elmer Wethingtcn. all of whom reside in the county How a Noted Vet. Gets Rid of Heed. Rats-Far- mers The Very Best of Everything for Men and Boys Your Mail Orders Will Receive Preferred Attention xrzu 3fo Store oSancfescfrzeV&aes .... $ If you do not know the Mogul dealer near you, write us. MOGUL WAGON CO., bcorporat... Hopkiniville, Kentucky 'prices. "If you need a wagon, make no mistake. Buy a MOGUL. They are best by every test. Ask me for A. M. HARDIN, Lcdiburg, Ky. Dr. II. 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, 03c, $1.23. Sold and guaranteed byConrad Payne & Co., r, ncaru oc uiqvcrijori, rvy., unu Ky. Co., Hardinsburg, 0 FOURTH AND fc JEFFERSON, CrwivtSe ft.Burfon Sons Loulvlllwthe Metropolis of Kentucky (rutcherStarks 6 i. KtCULAR BOYS STOM-TH1- RD FLOOR