You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news: September 29, 1920 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1920 brc1920092901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 29, 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. $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 8 VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1920 MISS COHEN ELECTED WORTHY MATRON O. E. S. Successor To Mrs. R. L. Oelze. New Officers Elected. The Cloverport Order of Eastern Star Lodge held its annual election of new officers a few days ago. Miss Nannie Cohen, manager of the Golden Rule Store, was elected Worthy Matron to succeed Mrs. R. L. Oelze, who retired. The other officers elected were: A. R. Crawford, Worthy Patron; Miss Louise Weatherholt, assistant Matron; Miss Margaret Skillman, secretary, Miss Mary McGavock, treasur er; Miss Lmily Keitl. Conductress; Mrs. Ruther Pate, assistant Conductress; Mrs. L. T. Reid, Chaplain; Miss Jane Warfield. Marshall; Miss Martha Willis, organist; Mrs. Stanley Jones, Adah; Miss Lcla Tucker, Ruth; Miss Addic McGavock, Esther; Mrs. A. R. Crawford, Martha; Mrs. Ethel O. Hills. Electria; Mrs. Leslie Collins, Warder and A. T. Couch, Sentinel. Pages No. 14 FILED 1919 INCOME TAX REPORT Increase of Cloverport Income Tax Payers Over Last to METHODIST MIN- HARDING TO BE IN ISTERS NAMED LOUISVILLE, OCT. 13 Will Candidate Rev. Randolph Returns to Republican Make Two Campaign Trips C'port. No Changes Made in In October. H'burg or Stephensport. Marion, Ohio., Sept. 22. Plans for two campaign trips for Senator Harding during October, made public here today, contemplate a swing into the border states as far south as Chattanooga, Tenn., and into the Middle West as far as Kcnsas City and ANOTHER DELAY IN LETTING ROAD CONTRACT A letter has been received by County Judge Newman, of Hancock county from Joseph S. Hoggs, state highway engineer, which states that the contract for the Ohio Valley road in Breckinridge and Hancock counties will be let sometime in November and that work will be gotten under way as soon as possible. The citizens of Hancock have pledged themselves to pay some $')0,ooo toward the construction of the road through their G. 0. P. RALLY HELD IN C'PORT -1 Year. - ; (v There Is a considerable increase of income tax payers for 1011) in Clov- crport over that of 1918 Following arc those who filed reports for last j yeir: k,. D. Babbage, Dr. Jesse Baucum, Austin ,Beavin, Hovious M. Bclicn, Ira D. Behen, Lafc J. Behcn, Sam Berry, Jr., Sam Berry, Sr, Mrs. Margaret S. Bowmcr, Mrs. M. S. Bowmcr, ex- ccutnx W. H. Bowmcr, lidwaru Bowne, J. H. Brown, Edith M. Burn, Charles E. Burke, John Burn, T. A. Carter, Shelby S. Conrad, J. W. Cor- drey, A. tf. Couch, Joseph E. Dawson, M. M. Denton, Heston Driskcll, Peyton Eskridge, Joseph M. Fallon, F. C. Ferry, James B. Fitch, Fred Furrow, E. E. Graves, T. E. Gregory, H. J. Hamman, Sam Hedden, Ray w. Alien, uscar j. Alien, jonn Jk j O Lewis Heyser, J. T. Hinton, Elmer Hoffiious, J. C. Jarboe, Chas. E. Keil, P. J. Kramer, John N. Lawson, Paul Lewis, Chas Loyd, B. F. Mattingly, H. J. .May, H. G. Newsom E. F. TJolte. T C. Nolte. O. T. Odewalt. R. L. Oelze, S. D. Perry, D. B. Phelps, John H. Phelon, N. H. Quiggins, L. Ross,1 Appointment of the Methodist ministers of the Louisville Conference were announced Sunday by Bishop Collins Denny, who presided at the annual conference held in Russclvillc, last week. Rev. J. R. Randolph was returned to the Cloverport charge, and likewise Rev. C. B. Gentry to Stephensport circuit. Rev. L K. May will continue as presiding elder in this, the Owens-bordistrict. A new appointment of interest in the Elizabethtown district is that Rev. W. L. Baker to the Irvington church. Rev Baker was pastor of the Clover port church preceeiting Kev Randolph. Rev. R. II. Roc was returned STRUCK MATCH NEAR to Hardinsburg, and Rev. Sam J. GASOLINE TANK; FIRE Hcnninger was sent to Falls of DAMAGES FORD CAR. Rough, Rev. Ivan Allen t6 Big Spring, B. F. Wilson to Brandenburg, Fire damaged the Ford Car of Mr. ' Rev. J. H. Nicholson is presiding Luther Pate's, city marshal!, to the' elder in the Elizabethtown district. extent of $100 on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock, caused from a gasoline explosion. Mr. Pate was having his CONFECtank filled with gasoline and lit a match near the hose to see whether his tank was full .or not, and in an instant the front seat was a mass of flames. The top of the car was burned and the seats, but the engine and body of the car are intact. Mr. Pate escap- Jones and Jolly Have Rented ed injury. Fisher's Store Building. o I Congressman Campbell and Mrs. Jno. P. Haswell Speak in Airdome; More Women Present Than Men. The first political meeting in interest of the 1020 presidential election to he held in Cloverport was the one on last Tuesday evening when Congressman Philip P. Campbell, of Kansas, and Mrs. John P. Haswell, Jr.. of Louisville, spoke in interest of Harding and the Republican party. e, The meeting was held in the and there were some two hundred and fifty people or more, the majority of whom were women, who attended. Several of the Republican leaders from Hardinsburg. were here. local Mr. Marion Weatherholt, chairman of the Third District Republican campaign party, opened the meeting with a brief introductory speech previous to Mr. R. L. Oelze, who introduced Mrs. Haswell In referring to Mrs. Haswell's speech, Congressman Campbell, who has heard many women speakers on this campaign tour, stated it was one of the most brilliant and concise political speeches he had heard. Mrs. Haswell's visit to Cloverport was viewed with splendid interest because of her being the wife of the popular Republican candidate for U. S. Senate from the Fourth District. Following Mrs. Haswell's address. Attorney Sherman Ball, of Hardinsburg. presented Congressman CampAir-dom- 1 Omaha. Leaving Marion again on October 12, he will speak at Chattanooga, Tenn., on the evening of October 13, at Louisville, Ky., on the evening of October 14; at Indianapolis, I rid., oil the evening of October 13, and at St. Louis, Mo, on the evening of October 10. county and are anxious for work to begin as soon as possible Owcnsboro Messenger. 0'BORO SUFFERS BIG FIRE LOSS Department Store and Four Other Business Houses Consumed in Flames. The first trip wijl start on Oceober f, and the candidate will deliver addresses at the following places: Des Moines. la., evening of October 7; Omaha, Neb., evening of October 7; Kansas City, Mo., evening of October 8; Oklahoma City, Okla , evening of October J. I TO OPEN WIDOW OF CHAS. OELZE TIONERY STORE Open Oct. 1. W. H. Samuels, J. J. Sawyer, APPOINTED CHAIRMAN Tames D Seatnn. T. TV 5?pipi-- . CnnmA Sippel, A. B. Skillman, Walter M. Mr. Graham Jolly and his Mrs. J. H. Payne was appointed Tate, Beavin Tucker, J. R. Weather-hol- t, chairman in the Tobinspprt precinct Mr. Stanley Jones have rented Marion Weatherholt, E. M. Wed- on the committee of Republican Wo- the Fisher building formerly occupied ding, S. L. Wheatley, Eunice Wheeler, men's organization in Perry county, by A. R. Fisher's Drug Store, and Martha Heston Willis. John Wright. Ind will open a new confectionery shop as near the first of October as possible. Messrs. Jolly and Jones hae placed their order for a stock of confections for th soda fountain, and they will put in a new fountain. They will also son-in-la- Service We have many phases of service but only one purpose: To develop a relationship that is broadly Helpful. serve light lunches, and planning to have a very up to date and sanitary shop. Mr. Jones who is a brakeman on the L. H. & St. L. R R., will continue to hold his position, and the store will be in charge of Mr. Jolly. Our five departments Render thorough and efficient service on all transactions. BEN JOHNSON TO SPEAK HERE OCT. 4 Democratic Rally in Cloverport Next Monday Night. Mrs. John Fulton Here Also. Supporters of the Democratic party in Cloverport will have a political rallv Monday evening. Oct. G. at 7:30 o'clock. Congressman Ben Johnson, of Washincton. D. C. a popular mem ber of the Democratic party and who has been a Congressman from this district for several years, will be here to speak at the rally. Women members of the Cox supporters will be interested in hearing Mrs. John Fulton, of Bardstown, who is to address the meeting on the same evenins. Congressman Johnson and Mrs. Fulton will motor here from Hardinsburg, where they will speak that afternoon. if tw iH --, Comerical Bunking 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 Market at Fourth 8c Trust Co. Louisville, Kentucky 1ST. LIEUT. MOORMAN'S BODY ARRIVED IN N. Y. Fire broke out on Main street, the principal business street in Owcnsboro, Sunday morning at 7:30 o'clock and destroved property estiSUCCUMBS mated at 1."0,()00 in Salinger''? DeThe fire started partment Store and spread to Gipe's Shoe Store Millinery Mrs. Mary D. Oelze, Life Long shop on the and Dornian's Salinger's West side of and to O'Bryan's Shoe Store and Resident of Breckinridge. Hardwick's Jewelry store on the East Leaves Seven Children. side. For a time it was thought the bell fire would re.icii S. W. Anderson's Mr. Campbell started out with sayMrs. 'Mary D. Oelze. widow of big department store, but it was sav- ing that his cloth was so large and Charles Oelze, succumbed Wednesday ed. he had so many patterns he would The origin of the fire is unknown, just make a Mother Hubbard of his morning of last week at the home of her daughter. Mrs. G. W. May, of and it took until 1 o'clock p. m. to speech and try to cover all. near Hardinsburg, after a continued get the fire under control. Emphasized Aliens in U. S. illness of cancer of the stomach. T.he placing of the bombs and the The funeral was held Thursday big explosion that happened on Wall morning in St Romaulds church with street in New York City recently, led saying the Rev. Father J. F. Norman Mr. Campbell to discuss the aliens in St. requiem mass. Burial was in the U. S. He stated there were 60.000 OCT. Romaulds cemetery. aliens, in this country and 222 alien Mrs. Oelze was the daughter of anarchist newspapers published. Samuel and Sarah Blan. She was 74 Mr. Campbell was a very entertainyears old, and born and reared in List of Grand and Petit Juries. ing and convincing speakrr. He has county. She was the Breckinridge been a congressman for eighteen Small Docket For Fall mother of seven children, all of whom years and a leader in the House. In arc living, except one. They arc Mrs. Term. his speech, which covered an hour G. W. Mav. Mrs. Fred Dutschkc. or more, he dwelt largely on the Mrs. L. A Shelman. Mrs. Ralph adBreckinridge Countv Circuit Court minor defects of Wilson and his to two sons Sherman and Frank objected ministration.resides here where opens Monday. October-0- , in Hard- Article X in He seriously of Nations, Oelze, the latter the League insburg, with Judge Layman, of .Elizhe is in the grocery business. and finally concluded that the Reabethtown. presiding There is a small publicans felt of a victory docket on hand for this term. Fol- in November election since Maine had THREE COUPLES GRANTED lowing is a list of the Grand and given such a large Republican majLICENSES IN CANNELTON. Petit juries. Grand Judy C. W. Hamman. Z T. ority. Three Breckinridge county couples filed marriage intention's in Cannclton. Hardin, G. P. Macv, Fonzy Johnson. W. G. VESSELS HIT IN last week. They were: Hewett Curl, J. H. Miller, Robert Wheatley. A. C. SIDE BY BASE BALL. farmer, and Grace Mattingly, both of Gilbert. Ben H. Bates, R. L. Burton. Ball, carpen- J. V. Hinton, M. L Conkwright, Fred Amnions; Joseph Ollie Basham, . G. D. Shellman. B. C. Fryinire. Sept. 27. (Specjal) The ter, and Cora Moaajngly, both of with the Allen Davis, farmer, and Edna Brown, Lon Rhodes, D. S. Burks. McQmdy boys crossed batsafternoon. Henry Craig. G. W. Miller. Add Rhodclia boys. Saturday Gray, of Harned. Arms, Alex Meyers, H. A. Cannon, The game resulted in 4 to 2 in favor G. H. Bandy, H. C. Pate and J. II. of McQuady. SURPRISE FRIENDS half of the ninth inning On BY THEIR MARRIAGE. Avitt Jury Philo Butler, H J. Tow- while the last G. Vessels, son of H. William Petit er, G. Vessels, was at the bat, a ball hit Frymirc, Sept. 27. (Special) A Mike Willis Hinton. Fred McGary, him on his side and rendered him unas a surprise to Bandy, Lyddan. J. R. Wilson, S. R. marriage that came Dr. Allen was on the Pierce, J. A. Shellman. their friends was that of Miss Mat- Fisher Moorman. J. H. Allen J. E. conscious.apd gave him medical aid. grounds Taul, ilda Barger and Mr. Ernest Greer M. D. Payne, Frank Comp-to- Vessels is reported to be getting along which took place in Brandenburg, Johnson. Robert Bell, Felix Mattingly, G. well. Sept. U. Mrs. Greer is the daughter M. Hawkins. Gus Mattingly, Shetbv of V. W. Bargee and a popular young Tucker, J. D. Seaton. C. W. Bohlef, UNDERGOES OPERATION. woman of this place. The groom is an Joe Bandy, Ben Bruington. Tom and the son of Mr. and Flood. J. M. Herndon. Roscoe HenMiss Phoebe Frank, formerly of Mrs. Robert Greer. dry, Virgil Harned. H. C. Stewart. McQuady now living at 514 N 18th Mr. and Mrs. Greer are living in Joe Bruce. W. T. Chappie, B. D. St, Louisville, was operated on reBattletown. Bailey. Sr.. J. D. Ashcraft. H. C. cently for appendicitis. She is recovWaggoner. 1. rapidly and expects to be at STOCK MARKET Payne, W. R. H. Hudson. Coleman ering soon LOUISVILLE Moorman. home Sept 28, 1920 JURORS NAMED FOR COURT Win-chel- l, y; n, er I" L ,1 umjJh V V v sWl ' , OaIBomJ? KSLf VGiaHMai "" il . "-v- -- siSfci? jrV.ijjE 4.V, . The only way that a "hired man" can ever own property of his own is to put regularly a PART of his earnings into the bank. The only way that a property owner can buy more property is to bank a part of HIS INCOME. Money piles up fast if you will let it STAY in the bank and keep on adding to your ballance. Try it; you will see. We invite YOUR Banking Business. XPr MY. $14; Prime heavy steers $12 To be Sent Home For Buriel. Died $11; fat heifers medium steers $10 Two Years Ago. $7; $G $10; medium cows $5 50 $10.50; choice milch The remains of 1st. Lieut Roy feeders $7 $U5. Evans Moorman, who died in Angles, cows $S0 $15; medium to Best veals $14.50 France. Oct. 2. 1018. arrived in New $5 50.1 City, York .. r Sept. 17. Lieut r Moorman's good $l) (?i) $13; common $4 ...j uus. . n juuui-- - Best logs 250 pounds up $15.75; 165 parcuis, ir. utiu .it. man, of Hardinsburg, received, the to 250 pounds, $17.25; 120 to 105 lbs message of the arrival of the body $16.75; pigs 00 to 120 lbs. $12.50; 90 from overseas, but they have not lbs. down 11; throwouts $12.25 down., Best lambs $13 down to $10 for been notified when the remains are $8; culls $3 light tops; seconds $7 to be shipped from New York. $4; best fat sheep $6 down; bucks Lieut. Moorman's death was caused from pneumonia. He was an instruc- $4 down tor in the French Artillery school at 100 PER CENT PRIZE BABY Angles. VISITS IN CLOVERPORT Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Pavne had TAKE ROYAL ARCH DE- GREE IN HARDINSBURG. for their guests Sunday and Moudiy, ' Irvington, Sept. 27. (Special) Mes- Mrs. Knrrest Havnes and her charm srs. C. W. Hawes, J. W. Willis, Leslie ing little daughterMary Jean Hayucs, Jones. J. B. Hottell, Ode Whoberry, of Topeka, Ivans. Mary jean,.wno is 2 C. C Carter and Grover Lemaster took six months old and weighs 18 the Royal Arch Degree in Masonry pounds, won the prize in the Sitters at Hardinsburg, on Thursday even- Family contest at the Kansas Free) ing. They motored through with the Km'r thir. summit. She was found to following Masons: M. C. Green, J. D. be a 100 per cent baby in every detail r, of which her parents a,re duly proud Ashcraft, Harold Parks, F. C. She is the great niece of Mr. Payne's. and Raymond Kaseyj I Are Your Savings Earning i. r- 4 per cent? Saden-wate- They should be doing it with safety and security and they can do it at this bank, tax free (for we' pay the tax) insured against loss by fire or robbery and compounding interest Every Six Months. Our enormous resources guard your every dollar. safe- GO TO MAMMOTH CAVE ON HONEYMOON TRIP Harned. Sept., 27, (Special) Mr. Denver Robinson and Miss Ruth Compton, Mr. Eddie Gannawoy and Miss Mary Compton were married at McDanicls, Wednesday, Sept. 22. Immediately after the ceremony, the two couples left for the Mammoth Cave where they spent a few days. ninty-fourt- CROP OF BURLEY WEED. Lodiburg, Sept. 27. (Special) Mrs Moliie Gibson has raised one of the finest crops of Burley tobacco that has been raised in this neighborhood the present season. Mrs. Gibson has some tobacco that is 5 feet long from the end of the stalk to the point of the top leaves. She has 800 sticks. RS. GIBSON HAS FINE We solicit your patronage, offer-- ing friendly interested service. BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST GO. HARDINSBURG. KENTUCKY FARMERS IRP BANK & TRUST GO. REV. HUNTSMAN RETURNED. h annual conference The of the Northern Methodists convened in Augusta, Ky., last week closing Monday uisnop w. v Anderson, ot Cincinnati, presided. The new appoints were read Monday, and the Rev. R. W. Huntsman was returned to, his charge of the Hardinshvfrg Norther ttetnoottt enure. MR JOHN C. JARBOE ILL Mr. John C. Jarboe is seriously ill at his home in the East End suffering from a heart attack of last Friday evening. Dr. Hoover, of' Owensboro, was called Monday in consultation with Dr, Parrish and Mr Jarboe is under the cire of a trained nurse, He has been in ill. health for several tOfttlM. I "The Bank That Mikes You Feel At Home" wr&rmanP:,mtW9i "P, f'l WW? Km' 'TTfWlf PyjSP'WWfWff'VIW y "Wf PAGE TWO THE 1RECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY Hon. Claude Mercer and Mrs.( Mer- at ."00 on Thursday afternoorl, In honor of Miss NelJ ConnifF, Louisville. cer have returned from Louisville. Joseph Tcaff left Thursday for St. ' Three tables played. Mr. and Mrs. J. V Farmer and son, Mary's, Marion county, to enter St of Owensboro, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mary's College Mrs. Forrest Lambert and baby, of Jake Morrison, last week. The younger set enjoyed a hike to Lcwisport, have returned after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. the rock crusher on Thursday even- Miller. tng; They were chaperoned by Misses Ely Duvall, Louisville, who has Jacie Alexander and Catherine Wilbeen the guest of his parents, Mr liams. A delicious lunch was served and Mrs Win. Duvall. has returned. Dr. D. S. Sphirc and children, were the guests of friends at Moolcyville, Saturday and Sunday. Win Prout, of Webster, who was the guest of Philip Watlington, rast week, has returned. Miss Clara Beard has gone to Baltimore, Md., to attend college. Mrs. Purncll, Louisville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Geo. E. Bess, I SEPTEMBER St, 1M0 '! In the County HARDINSBURG V. C Saturday. Mrs. Moorman was in Irvington, der, Irvington Mr. and Mrs. Embry Wrather and two sons, of Dallas, Texas, visited his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Mun-forlast week. Miss Tula Lockard has returned from Terrc Haute, Ind.. and has accepted a position with E. F. Alexand, i spent the week-enloin Gregory, has Dr. I. U. Taylor Russclville, arc the ents, Mr. and Mrs Circuit E. McDavis, Louisville, who d with Mr. and Mrs. graded school has enrolled 1.14 pupils to date. Of this ntitu-h33 are high school students. er to Lamar Frymirc has rented L. T. Virgil Brite, wiio has moved Kirtley's residence on Maple St., his Louisville. Four tabjes played, loving Let every intelligent, peace mother and sister will move here this woman vote on Nevernber 2nd. in week. Mrs. John P, Haswcll, Louisville, tints of war she was. not found siacK-inbut at the post of duty, why not addressed the voters here on Wednesday evening in interest of the Repub- assume the right now granted ana prove here loyalty as a citizen. lican party. Miss Mabel Adkins left Monday for The 500 Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. J. F. Vogel on (Continued on Pge 3) Thursday the lnth in honor of Mrs. g, J returned. and Mrs Taylor, guests of his parAlfred Taylor. BiaiiiaiifflznnttBiHMiMfi i k- -r . w n !! t Clerk P. M. Basham has returned from Louisville Mr. and Mrs. Ed Iirdman, Louisville, arc visiting Mrs. Erdman's parents. Mr and Mrs. W. N Pate, of Route No. 3 Dr D. S Sphirc made a business trip to Brandenburg, Thursday. Mrs. Sallic Grausc left Saturday for Lcitchficld, to visit her son, Win. Grausc, and Mrs, Grause Fred Cannon, of McDanicls, was here Friday the guest of his brother, Win. Cannon, and Mrs. Cannon. M. C. Kinchcloc, of Louisville has returned after a visit with his parents. Dr. A M. Kinchcloc and Mrs. Kinchcloc. Willis Green, of Falls of Rough, was here Thursday. a Dr. O. E. HART W. N. Warren left Sunday fcr several days in Louisville Mrs. T. J. Hook who has been ill for several days is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jolly entertained at dinner. Sunday. Dr. D. S. Snbire and children, Idelle, Corenc, Julia and Amelia, Margaret and Mossic and Miss Lucille Jarhoe. business. and Mr. Bess. Mrs Mary C. Hcston is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Thomas, and Mr. Thomas, of Lcitchficld. Guy Elder, Louisville, who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs Win. Bcau-cham- p has rctu-ne- d. the week-en- d James Dean and J. C. Mattingly, Glen Dean, were here Saturday on CARPET AND DRAPERY DEPARTMENT SALE l! is the big cry in our carpet .department and to make room goods means decided sacrifice on our present stocks. Now get this WE ARE TO CONTINUE OUR SALE OF CARPETS AND RUGS to accommodate tomers who did not get in on the BIG VALUES we offered last week. Come around compare values we are sure the verdict will be in our favor. "Make room1' for Fall GOING our cusn & in look VETERINARY SURGEON Will be in HARDINSBURG, KY., on the FOURTH MONDAY IN SEPT. . . I IRVINGTON Ashcraft. Buffalo, N. Y., the guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs. J. D. Ashcraft. Mrs. J. T. Johnson and daughter, Miss Frances McGlothlan Johnson. with Louisville, spent the week-en- d Mr and Mrs. T. X. McGlothlan Phillip Dempster has returned from Hammond. Ind, and is attending Irvington High school. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Drane visited Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Drane in Louisville, last week. The Ladies Missionary Society of the Baptist church will serve dinner here election day. Mrs. Ed Thomas. Louisville, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Adkins, Tuesday night and Wednesday. Russell has been i i i , I - ' f" I My Prices On I I Furniture I Save I Will More You Much I Than the I I to Louisville I I I THE FREIGHT I Drury Younger and Miss Kent. Louisville, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan. Miss Jessamine Livers entertained the younger set Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Tom Eskridge have gone to Casmola. Calif, to visit their daughter, Mrs. Ed Hedden, and Mr. Hcddcn. Leon Lewis. Louisville, visited at the home of Miss Eva Carrigan, last Mrs Willa week. mi ii i m MBsB-- 1 RUGS One lot of four fine, heavy, long nap Ax-minst- RUGS er Rugs, size 9x12, in beautiful colors - - One lot of three Seamless Axminster Rugs, Oriental patterns, size 9x12 - Gtorge Mussclman, Dennison. Ohio, has been the guest of his parents. Mt ai'.d Mrs J no. Musselman. E H. Ashcraft returned to Hunts-vill- e, Ala., Saturday having spent ten divs with hih mother, Mrs. J. G. An- One lot of six Seamless Rugs, beautiful patterns, size 9x12 derson, and Mr Anderson Mrs. Elizabeth Cox returned to . Friday after two months visit with relatives, in our mid-4- . Marearet Connitf entertained h T Extra heavy seamless velvet Rugs, all colors and patterns, size 9x1 'I. regular For this week $49.00 and 0. ...... - -- "lo-illc- .... -- price S85.00 $75.00 $67.50 $55.00 (gl . One lot of seven Rugs, size 9x12. Beauti- fuf patterns. Made to sell for at least $77.50 (and $CO K A UafcUtfv O KA $f &dm&J A worth it), our price Seamless tapestry Rugs in beautiful pat- terns, size $29.00, 9x12, prices $35,00 and for this week - - Seamless velvet Rugs, size 0x12, eight $55.00. patterns to select from. Would be a bargain at Our price ...... $1.75 TTteVfvF , K ff m .v,a LINOLEUM (J-- ft. LINOLEUM X.tJtJ Best Printed Linoleum, D and E gradesXBlabon), red, seal. Regularly sold for $150 and $1.73. Our price this week $1.25 and ww GRASS RUGS AND MATTING 9C 12-f- t. Linoleum. Best printed. In two grad- price Regularly sold for $1.35 and and $'.00 cs, D and E. Our ...... i i! m " XetVf PA Special prices on Grass and Matting Goods in both rugs and piece this week M 41 sf Our Drapery Department Here you will find the largest and most varied selection of Drapery and Curtain materials in this vicinity. No matter what your ideas of good looking draperies may be, they can be filled from this large stock. Our buyer is ever on the alert for beautiful new things you are sure of seeing the newest and most wanted materials in this selection, prices range from 40c to $2.00 per yard. ill mV&l laYr gMyJtiSrmCT t Vf CAjTi i n lill bIamX. B Vfjflnl r p. . OLD SOLDIER TESTIFIES TO WONDERFUL MERITS NUMBER i 40 IN CONSTIPATION, STOMACH TROUBLE AND CATARRH National Home, Wis., May 12, '10. "When I commenced taking Number 40 For Tin- - Wood, I was suffering with chronic; constipation of a good many years Htatidiiif;, which finally developed into stomach trouble which got' so had I was unable to cat anything that did not cause great suffering. I tried ti good many doctors as well ns everything 1 could hear of about two and a half bottles, and while not feeling entirely well, I bclievo by continuing the use of 40, I wi get to feel as well as I could reasonably expect for a man of my age, 75 years. I hardly know how to estimate the value of the benefit I have already received from the use of No. 40, and cheerfully recommend it to anyone suffering as I was." Morris Law. Witness to signature, Nelso II. Pease. 40 is a combination of tho best alteratives selected from the best prescriptions received and compounded by J. C. Mcndciihall, Evans-villInd., 40 years u druggist. Tho best druggist in your neighborhood sells Number 40, but if it happens that he does not, send direct to..!. C. Menden-hul- l Mcdicinu Company, Kvansvlllc, Indiana, and receive it delivered to von at $1.25 per bottle, six bottled for $7.00. e, 'V that was I recommended plaint. of long standing and I had dropsical fcwcllings in my feet and ankle which the doctors said was caused by a weak heart. I had about given iii hope of being much better when I waw an ad. of your No. 40 in a country paper and concluded to try it. I felt ho much better after tuking one bottle tlict I wnt direct to you for three inoic- bottles. I have taken - tarrh my comwiih also troubled w'ith ca- for LUGGAGE Cases, at prices that defy Over 300 pieces to select from Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags and Week-En- d competition. Lilley Bags and Hartmann Trunks. From the little canvas covered trunk at $7.50 to the fibre Wardrobe with Yale locks and brass trimmings at $92.50 reinforced quartered corner, three-pl- y those who are building new homes or refurnishing the old we offer expert assistance in solving Decorative problems' Let us shade your home with Brenlin Shade Cloth. Shades made to measure-c- all us for estimates. o OUR SERVICE-T- Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE Hughes' Chill Tonic PALATABLE Battir than Calomel and Quinine. (Contains no Arsenic.) Tha Old Reliable EXCELLENT GENERAL TONIC As wall as for Chills and Fatars, Malarial Fevers, Swamp Favars and Bilious Favars. Just what you need at this season. S. W. Anderson Company INCORPORATED aBaf "WHERE COURTESY REIGNS" OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY w 91 9H - MILD LAXATIVE, NERVOUS SEDATIVE. TRY IT Don't Take Any Substitute ROBINSON-l'ElTET 1 SPLENDID TONIC. 6('c and $l 20 Jiottl.s Prepared by CO., INCORFO'fO Louisville, Ky. fararaznraz 7 a , -- STTT HB SEPTEMBER 9t, 1W0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE THREE THE CHILD WITH THE HOE Farm Lands For Sale! SPECIAL BARGAINS No. 1 October Specials $9.98 $15.00 42c Yard Values 169 acres, 3 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. and $17.50 Regular 50c Values SILK POPLIN NEW FALL GINGHAM Choice of New Fall DRESSES Patterns No. 2 280 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 1-- 45c Yard Regular 60c Value SCHOOL PLAIDS 50c PAIR Regular 75c Value MEN'S SILK HOSE Blacks only consist of two splendid dwellings painted up nicely as good 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. Theimprovements consist of a splendid nine room house in first class condition with Just the thing for school dresses $5.00 Each One lot Regular $6.50 $2.50 Values Special SOLID CENTER COMFORTS Slightly soiled OIL GRAINED WORK SHOES Star Brand Make 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 86 acres, adjoining the city limits of Cloverport, Ky., has 20 acres of fine creek bottom, balance strong, rolling land, all can bccultivated and is a high state of cultivation. Improvements consist of a new five room cot- tage, 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. No. 6 ' 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 outbuildings. Price $5,500. One-ha- lf cash, balance in three annual payments. No. 7 55 acres, adjoining town limits of McQuady, Ky., level, balance gently rolling, all cleared about one-ha- lf in good state of cultivation with woven wire fence and 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. nd Mrs. John Pile, Misses Ada and Hannah Pile and Mr. Parson Pile visited with Mr. and Mrs. G. E. STEPHENSPORT Tucker and family at Garfield, SunDr. John Hardin, of Brandenburg, day afternoon. was here last Monday doing dental Mr. and Mrs. Homer Alexander, of work. Harned, visited Mr. O. H. Pile, and Mrs. M. A. McCubbins, of Hardins- sister, Tuesday. burg, was the guest of friends and Mr. Sam Glasscock, of Akron, O., relatives here last week. is visiting his sister, Mrs. Levi ButMrs. J. D. Moorman, of Glen Dean, ler and family. Miss Hannah Pile visited Mr. and is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Willie Compton, of near Sam H. Dix. week and attended the Miss Frances Smith, of Louisville, was a guest at the Morgan Hotel, double wedding of Misses Ruth and Mary Compton to Messrs. Denver last week. W. C. Blaine was in Louisville, last Robinson, of Harned and Eddie of near Madrid. we 2k. Mr. Henry J. Hayes, of Montcello, Mrs. Emma Weiscnberg, of Cloveron port, was the guest hi her parents, Ky., spent three days of last weekwith V. B. Hanks, last his farm near here and visited Mr. and Mrs. friends. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Webster and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Dieckman, of near Sample and Mrs. Clarence Payne, of children, motored here from fathLodiburg, were guests of Mesdamcs Denver, Colo., and arc with her er, Mr. J. H. Armcs, and Mrs. Amies. P. H. and J. B. Morgan, Tuesday. Mr. S. C. Leslie purchased a car Rev. C. B. Gentry attended the M. E Conference at Russelville, last las week. O. H. Pile bought a new car Uoo. week. Mrs. Kate Tucker returned to her Misses Mary Canary and Ruby Wegenast were in Cloverport, Thurs- home at Harned after a visit of several lays to relatives and friends. day. J. D. Moorman, of Glen Dean, was. guest of Mrs Mdbrman GARFIELD the week-en- d at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George Hook and Mrg. Sam H. Dix. daughter, of near Hardinsburg. were Mr. and Mrs. C. A Tinius sold their guests Sunday of relatives here. property to J. V. French, who will Roy Curry, son of Mr. and Mrs take possession this week Mr. Tinius Curry, who died Tuesday, was bought the property now occupied' by John Wednesday in the Dowell cemburied Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Conner and will etery. take possession at once. (Continued On Page 6) Hon. C. P. Campbell spoke to a; crowd here Tuesday, also Mrs. Nannie J. Wathen, of Irvington, to the women voters. N G. Barbeel was the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Xewsom Gardner, Gan-naw- Louisville, where she will go in training at the City Hospital. J. F. Vogel is spending several days in Evansville. Rev. C. F, Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Piggott attended M E. Conference at Russelville, last week Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Meador visited relatives at Custer last week. E. A. Blaine and two sons, C. Blaine, after spending the summer here, left Monday in their car for their home in Lakeland, Fla. Mrs. A. T Blaine and W. SPECIAL PRICES $2.50 ELK BRAND On 1st quality OUTINGS MOOK OVERALLS Heavy grade none better 27c and 35c $2.00 SILK POPLIN OUR SPECIAL COFFEE In Bulk only $148 PER YARD 20c Pound POCKET KNIFE FREE WITH EVERY BOY'S KNEE PANT SUIT SOLD DURING OCTOBER B-F-Bm- dd HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY 8 (h 1 Try A News Want Ad For Results No. 8 Irvington. Misses Annie L. Skillman and Ressy Knott, of Mystic, were guests of Miss Blanche Basham, Sunday. Miss Nora Vessels, of Louisville, was the guest Saturday of Mrs. Win. Gilbert. ID omen 92 acres, adjoining the town limits of Mattingly, level and rolling the remainder rough. 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. one-ha- lf Ky., about H. A, Basham was in Irvington, Monday. ' Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wardrip, a daughter, Margaret Elizabeth, Sept. 2:1th. of Kentucky Know the Issues 1 J J Instead of keeping us out of war, it would keep us constantly in war, as it would bind us to "preserve the territorial integrity" of every nation. J No thinking Kentucky woman would trade the protecting wisdom of the American constitution for the selfish dictation of a group of European "diplomats." $2,-00- 0. No. 9 117 acres, adjoining the city limits of Cloverport, Ky., about one-ha- lf gently rolling, all) level and one-haunder good fence. Improvements consist of a good five room brick cottage, with large porch around, a.concrete and a large briqk stock barn, cellar with good cellar-housall 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. lf e, The ice cream supper given by the Saturday evening in the interest of the Kentucky Orphans Home was a success, and enjoyed by all present The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thompson died Tuesday and was buried Wednesday morning. school Season's Last Picnic NEWPORT PARK No. 10 156 1-- . - acres, 2 2 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. No. 11 The Republican Party asks the women of Kentucky to vote the straight Republican ticket on November 2nd strictly upon the issues involved in this campaign. J Every woman in Kentucky knows the true campaign issues. Q The League of Nations as brought back from France by Woodrow Wilson and endorsed by the Democratic candidate for President is an otfense to American womanhood. J It would barter off everything that the American nation and the American home stand for that right to think and act for ourselves, to live our own lives and to help others as we can. J It would send our sons to war without ' our consent, to fight for interests which are without our sympathy, at the order of foreign politicians and who are not thinking of America or her self-seekers I Kentucky women know that the Democratic Party and its candidates stand for League with all its obnoxthis ious provisions. so-call- Friday, Oct. 8 Cloverport, Ky. Kentucky women know that the Republican Party stands for an honorable peace, with immediate attention of our President and our Congress to THIS country, its people and its homes, the return to a normal living basis, and the proper distribution of governmental control; with a broad and sympathetic friendship for all nations that neither interferes with their alfairs nor permits ' them to interfere with ours. Q 21 lu"3 mile from 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, 1-- 4 a-b- Plenty of amusement for old and young. Come and have one more. good time before winter sets in. Register Republican "AMERICA FIRST" Uote Republican ; Warren Q. Harding For SENATOR , Calvin Coolidqe For UlCE PRESlDEnT For PRESIDEUT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON THE ABOVE FARMS INQUIRE OF J. D. SEATON, . CUMBERLAND Cloverport, Ky. PHGNC JN0. DAWSON, Manager JOE DAWSON. Committee Richard P. Ernst 29 ( 0 PAGE FOUR THE IMCCKENMDG NEWS, II CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER If , ! The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAQE, FARM AND STOCK Circuit Court next Monday. Dabbagc will be there Examine label on your paper and if you behind just bring it along .with and hand it to Mr. Dabbage. He appreciate it. 1- -2 brief local' items You Will Ysu .Are Looking For Editor and Publisher EIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1876 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1920 , SUBSCRIPTION RATES Subtcrlptton price $8.00 ycir; $1.00 tor 6 montrU: 60c (or S months. Butlncit Locali 10c charged lor at 5 TPr line inJ Ob tor ech additional iniertlon. Card of Thank, over Re iinet, per line, money in tk rate of 10c per line. Obituariea charged for at the rate of fonce. Examine the label on your paper. If it it not correct, pleae notify ui. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS NEWS hand it to Wfcen you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDOE friend who It not a lubtcriber; do not throw it away or deitroy it. WEDNESDAY, .SEPTEMBER 29 1920 Noley Ashley, sold in six months $80 worth of eggs and chickTwo of the large balloons, presumaThe good women of our town are to be congratulated and encouraged ens besides what they used. bly entrants in the national balloon in their enterprise of forming a committee for the improvement of the mre wliirli lipcrnn WpHtipcrlnv nicrlit in . ,, , . . ...0... ... Cloverport cemetery. Certainly there is nothing that speaks better for a narry morion soiu ins car ioaa 01f ' Birmingham. Ala., passed over Clov community than a well kept cemetery. One that shows how feverently we premium Shorthorns at $11.90. They erport, Sunday afternoon about one hold to the memory of our loved ones and of their final resting place. averaged 1103 pounds. Says he clear- o'clock going1 in a northeasternly dirThe location of our cemetcryis beautiful, and it can be made a much ed up $730 on the load. ection. There are three balloons in the more beautiful place by being cared for and not allowed to be overgrown o contest, all of which were reported with weeds and brush like the veritable country grave yards. Two car loads of feeders were un- to have passed over Owensboro. a noble work among our women, one that deserves It's loaded at Webster, last week. and assistance. o "How W? Cleared Our Summer Home Big dav at Hardinsburg, uext Monof Rats," by Mrs. Perry. The Cloverport Light Company announces in this issue of The Breck- day. Besides being "big court" there ' enridge News, an increase in rates. The Light Company, like some of the "When we opened our seaside home ' o rest of us, has had to increase its rates in order to continue the business. The Bank of Hardinsburg and J3?1 ,Mav 5t ,wa,s, alive with rats The high price of coal has made it necessary. When the price of coal gets T1ey d gnawed all the upholstering. back to normal, the Company, in all probability will reduce its rates likewirej Trust Co . acting in the capacity of re- - We; cleaned them out in a week with Cloverporters have had electric lights long enough to know how to presentative for the estate of Geo. I prefer this rat killer value them, hence we continue to pay our bills cheerfully, and feel glad L. Bandy, deceased, will sell at public because it comes in cake form, no auction on the deceased's premises in wc are able to do it. that Irvington, Saturday, Oct. 2, all of his. mixing. Saves dirtying hands and tnrminrr imnlpmpnt tnrlr nnri linncp plates. lllTCC SIZeS, 3jC, UOC, Sl.Lo. Within six weeks it willall be over even to the shouting. But who's Imbl cron.ls It will he n birr sale .mrl Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky., and B. going to shout? no doubt draw a large crowd. F. Beard & Co , Hardinsburg, Ky. Advertisement. LIVE WIRE FELL DURING Of course every conscientious and right thinking woman is going to STORM MONDAY MORNING. ' SOCIAL MEETING OF vote whether she desires to- be an active campaign worker or not. MISSIONARY SOCIETY. During the rajn and wind storm Monday morning, a live electric light The Missionary and Aid Society of wire fell on the pavement in front of the St. George Hotel and broke a the Lucile Memorial church met cross wire 'of the Cumberland Tele- at the home of Mrs. Emmett Sippel phone Company. With the telephone on the Hill At the close of the procommunications shut off residents of gram e a social hour was spent, and candieo, cake and ice the neighborhood were greatly perCHANGE IN SCHEDULE turbed in getting word to the Clover- cream were served in honor of 'the port Light Company of the accident. two visitors Mrs. Mary Dunn, of LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY ' Tlilare, Calif., and Mrs. E H Bricd- The city was without current for an hour and a half. Mrs. HAPPY OUTLOOK Right here is a cure for the most pessimistic of human souls! Particularly those who are habitually inclined toward thinking the world's going to the dogs. Franklin K. Lane, formerly Secretary of the Interior, by the aid of 000 field representatives of the Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland, has gathered some very valuable and encouraging news from the four corners of the States regarding the industrial, agricultural, financial and political situation throughout the country. Upon he whole, Secretary Lane finds the world isn't in such a fearful condition at all. On the contrary, the country is found to be on a sound economic basis, with a general spirit of confidence in the future As to the industrial conditions, Secretary Lane reports that the United State is better off than any other county in the world. We have plenty of raw materials everywhere to insure production, and manufactories generally are well filled with orders. The shipping conditions are also improving since the roads have been turned over to their private ownership. Regarding wages, the Secretary issued this statement: "I am not expecting the cost of labor to fall off even in the worst of times, to stage, for I believe tlrt the real differential between directing labor and manuel labor will never be a3 great as it has been." The farming situation is said to be fine From no section has an unfavorable report been made. Financial conditions arc fine too. There has been a creat increase in bank deposits and savings accounts. In only one of the nine geographical divisions, the Rocky Mountains, has there been a decrease in bank deposits during the, last six months. Industrial concerns generally arc discounting their bills. Last but not lease, it was found that the poliical situation i3 uncertain. Three months ago there was a stronger Republican sentiment than there appears now. Hut the results for November, Secretary Lane and his aids do not prophesy. Conclusively, these men report that the business outlook appears to be good in every section. Plenty of work, and people are at work. "From the simple tailor up'through the tradesmrn to the industry and the financier there runs the connected feeling of confidence." So much for a Democratic Administration. pre-war Among the Republican leaders of the Hardinsburg, who attended the G. ure O. P. rally here last Tuesday evenyou ing were A T. Beard, Paul Dasham, will Herbert Hall, D. D. Dowell, White Kincheloe. H. M. Beard, Wayne Hall and W. Sherman Ball. Sam Sturgeon has sold his farm of Sugar oh the local market is sell71 acres near Hardinsburg, to his ing for 10c. Some qualities Cal Stillwell, for $1,000. of cane sugar arc selling at, both Lcn Wcatherholt sold a pair of prices. mules to Frank' Davis of Harned, fori $423. This sale was a direct result of Passenger train No. 14.1 due to ar his advertisement in our classified rive .m Cloverport at 0:40 p. m.. was column. nearly two hours late Monday even ing. It is stated a cylinder head on the Lon Glasscock, who sold his farm engine blew out after the train had near McDaniels, has sold his crop of pulled out a few miles from Louis- 2,000 bushels of corn at 75 cents a vjj;c bushel delivered in tne crib. fifth and sixth class Women of Fred Dutschkc is draining his riycr cities are not the compelled to register in bottom land. order to vote in the November election, This being the case the' women Thev get a little busier every week of Cloverport will not have to rcgis- up at the Government Dam. Storage ' . iiuubc la iiuw uiiuci luiiau uiiiuu u long with other buildings. The most beautiful dahlias of every o Mrs. Grayson Payne, Lodiburg, was color and of several different variein Irvington, Monday the guest of ties have bloomed in the yard of Mrs Mrs. E. S. McAfee and Mr. McAfee. F. C. English in this city in the Inst Mrs. Payne says she has the finest week or so. Mrs. English has been crop of Irish potatoes, this year she very successful in raising dahlias and has had in many yoars. Says both her cultivates them to such a large rrnn anil late cron are esnec- - tent that she offers bulbs, for sale in the earlv spring. fally good. Mr. son-in-la- Good Used Cars Interested In These We Offer For Sale The Values Will Be Readily Appreciated If You Take Time To Investigate Them le 18c-an- d '. HERCULES 5 PASSENGER Touring 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5. PASSENGER ALLEN 5 PASSENGER FORD 5 PASSENGER DODGE ONE FORD TRUCK 1 FORDSON TRACTOR, with plows and disc ONE DELKER BUGGY, brand new, less than cost. CASINGS, $15.00 AND UP INNER TUBES, $2.00 AND UP 1916 1918 1919 1918 1918 1919 X IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN COME TO SEE US LEWISP0RT MILL COMPANY LEWISP0RT, KY, Alex Harper says he bought 50cts worth of Irish potatoes last spring, planted them and besides what his family used he dug two bushels of good merchantable potatoes. Says he has a fine crop of late potatoes. Spcakingi of potatoes and their size Squire Geo. Eskridgc said he had a neighbor that raised potatoes so large that only six would go in a half bushel measure. Said he could prove this story by eye witnesses. Floyd Moorman, Earl Moorman and Mrs. Bettie Mattingly. o o horse at $300. On the same evening his brother Luther Pate's Ford car was wrecked by fire. There were at least fifty or more who went to the Cloverport cemetery, Thursday and helped in cleaning the lots. The committee had men employed for two days last week and while the work is not finished, considerable improvement is notic-abl- e in the cemetery. women Mr. Curt Pate, deputy Sheriff, lost his fine saddle horse on Thursday evening. The horse was stricken witn spasmodic colic. Mr. Pate valued the Hon. BenUohnson Democratic CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS TTXT. - I 1- 1 1 .- - w Will Speak in "h .i Hardinsburg, Ky., Monday, Get. 4th IN , I RAT-SNA- P. INTEREST OF THE - DEMOCRATIC PARTY IMPORTANT NOTICE! EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, OCT. home-mad- Ladies especially Invited m 3 WILL RESIDE IN L'VILLE Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hammau, who recently sold their home, will leave Thursday for Louisville, where they will live, and will motor through 'in Mr. Hamman resigns Ms their car. position as a boiler-makat the L. H. & St. L. shops, and will have a similar place at the Standard Oil plant in Louisville. Mrs. Hamman was an active war worker in the Red Cross and Liberty bond drives, and both have been valuable residents. er Train heretofore. 143 (Evansvillc Accommodation) will leave Cloverport at 6:36 p. m. It will be noted that this train leaves earlier than E. M. W0MACK, G. P. A, It's dollars to doughnuts' - no man ever smoked a cigarette at any price! quality, better CAMELS Turkishand their expert blend and choice Domestic tobaccos hand you a cigarette that will sat? isfy every smoke desire you ever expressed. You will prefer, this Camel blend to either kind smoked straight! s Camels will certainly appeal to you. .The "body" is all there, and mellow-mildnes- COURIER BARGAIN RATES 5r ism? I October is the great subscription month for The Courier and our folks will be bu.iy sending in their Subscrip tion:. NOTICE Among the bits of good news these days is the announcement of The Evansvillc Courier that during the month of October it has reduced the price of the daily Courier for one year to $.'). This should result in a largely increased subscription list. that smoothness! It's a delight! Oftentimes the sen ices of a good Bank can add largely to one's working efficiency. ' We advise our patrons to work safely Effective Oct. loth, 1020. The following Electric light rates will be put iir effect. First 20 K. W H. '!0c per K. W. H. All over 20 K. W. II. 13c per.K. W. H. Minimum Bill $1 50. This increase is necessitated by the high cost of coal, which is 300 per cent higher than last year Cloverport Ice Co. TURKISH &DO1ESTtCM MHHHHHE Jf and conservatively, but where additional AMOSKEAG COTTON MILL CUT PRICES ONE-THIRD ,riMVIH f "eaWW T financing is needed to secure your best production, we solicit your call. You are not doing your duty unless you are running at full production and up to full capacity. Manchester, N, H., Sept. 20. A reduction of 33 per cent, in the price of manufactured cotton goods was announced today by the Amos-kea- g Manufacturing company, of this city The present weekly production of the company, which employes 10, 000 operatives in its cotton departments, is 4,000,000 yards. 1- ARCH B. DAVIS MARRIED TO MISS IDA ULRICH. Mr. Arch B Davis, vice president of the Citizens Union National Bank, and Miss Ida Marie Ulrich were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ulrich, in Louisville, 0 o'clock Monday morning. After a short honeymoon trip to West Baden, Ind , Mr. and Mrs. Davis will be at home at 15 ni Rnspwnml Ave, Louisville. i L VV lMI tjUl iLJ rette in the world at any price! gUeeine-peper-eovere- BLEND VRHb SHjUaK Go the limit with Camels! They will not tire your taste. And, they leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant ciga-ret- ty odor! Just compare Camels with any ciga- .. H ft- meMtM,k k K B" V r H every where in acientifically aealed Camelt are packagea of 20 cigarette; or ten package 1300 elfretteei in carton. We ttronfly recommend thi certon for the home or office tup ply or when you J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Wlniton-S.l.m- ieaem WkkkW m B M R. , N. C.V K 'i VAJ i . f- : SEPTEMBER M, 1M0 3Ifir THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, Mrs. Sam Whcatley is spending two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Murray Pryor, and Mr. Pryor, in Howell, Ind. ooo CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY CLASSIFIED " PAGE FIVE rrrkrurtiiijr Nrnm SEPT. 29, 1920 L SOCIETY ITEMS Of Beavin-Jone- ADVERTISEMENTS you iiiiii- -i -- WEDNESDAY, Eatered at the Port Office at Cloverpart, Kj. at second claia matter. SATES FOR POLITICAL MENTS. ANNOUNCE Calli, per line For Cardt. ner line. For all Publication! In the Interest ol Individual! or exoreulon of Individ ml views, per line STARK-LOWMAN ror lountr umcei. For State and Olttrlet or PreHnct and Cltr Ofli Opuei-For f 2.50 s noo Jlfi.00 MO .10 .10 CO. Louisville Representatives of New Albany, arc guests of Mrs. Kirkham's parents, rM. and Mrs. W. J. Mrs. John Kirkham and children, Worden. ooo evening. Capt. R. L. Holmes, of Camp Zach-ar- y Taylor, Louisville, was the guest of Miss Martha Lee Miller, Friday Mrs. H. B. Donaldson, of Bowling Green, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jarboe. o oo Mr. and Mrs. J. R Bandy and son, Maurice Bandy, spent Sunday with Mrs. Bandy's father, Mr. Thos E. McGavock, at Duke. , oo o Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brcidenbach, of Owensboro, were the guests of Misses Eva and Eliza May, Wednesday and o o o I Mr. T. N. Miller, of Gypsum City, Mr. and Mrs. Orion Starks, of IndKansas, was here. Thursday the guest ianapolis, and Mrs. Floyd Roberts, of of Mr. and Mrs. John Carson, Guston, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ooo Mrs. Lucinda Younger, of Louis- E. Frank Carter at their' home "Welville, has been the guest of Mr. and come Hall," Friday and Saturday. ooo Mrs. John Ross. Mr. John Jennings. Mr. and Mrs eoo Mr. and Mrs. Sam P. Conrad spent C. G. Brabandt and Miss Mary Mca week in Louisville, attending the Gavock attended the Democratic com- entrance of the Clovcrport ccmctcr Wedding Set For Oct 5. and moved into a cottage in Eastland within, the city limits. The engagement and approaching ooo marriage of Miss Hculah Bcaviu ami Mr. John W. Vest, of Los Angeles, Mr. Ilcrron Jones, of Mattingty, was Calif., arrived in Louisville, last week made known Sunday morning in the St Rose church when their marriage Mr. and Mrs Byrne Severs went to banns were published. Owensboro, Monday for a visit to The marriage will be Mrs. Severs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday morning, October solemnized 3, bv Rev Wm. Barret. Father J. F. Knuc in the St. Mary's ooo of the Woods church at McQaudy. Mrs. Dell Bates, of New Orleans, Miss Beavin is "Mrs. isthc guest of her cousin, Mrs Chas. Alary A. Bcaviu, the daughter ofand a of Matttugly E. Lightfoot, and Mr. Lightfoot. niece of Mrs. John Lawson, of tin's 00 o , Mr. Will McCrackcn, of Howell, rjty. ooo Ind., was here last week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Meador friends. Entertained Thursday.. ooo Mrs. Inlow Smith left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J. Raleigh Meador, for Terre Haute, Ind , for an indefinite stay with her son, Mr. Sam of Hardinsburg, entertained to a twelve o'clock dinner Thursday, Dr. Smith. ooo John E. Kincheloe, Mrs. Kinchqloa Mr. 'and Mrs. E. M. Wedding and and children, Robert, Nancy and John sons, Ernest Conrad and Hugh Wed- Allan Kincheloe, Mrs. Manuie Moording were in Rome, Ind., Sunday and man and her sister, Mrs. Ella Oglcs-bMonday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Clovcrport. Gus Bubenzcr. ooo ooo Dr. Irvin Taylor Mrs. L. R. Ramp and daughter, Married to Miss Nourse Artelia Caroline, of Kansas City, arc guests of Mrs. Ramp's parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. N Nourse anand Mrs. John C. Jarboe. nounce the marriage of their daughooo Bessie Citrd. to Dr. John Irvin Jno. T. Ditto, of Decatur, 111., was ter, of on Tuesday, the guest of his sister, Mrs. John D. Taylor,M. Hardinsburg.wedding took Sept. The Babbage, and Mr. Babbage, Saturday place in Russelville. and bunriay. Dr. Taylor is the eldest son of Mr. nb o Mrs. Wm. Hoffious was in Owens Alfred Taylor and Mrs. Taylor, of boro, last week the guest of her sis- Hardinsburg. He is located in Russelvillc, whtre he is a practitioner. ter, Mrs. Norris. y, 19-2- Mr. and Mrs. John Carson and family have vacated 'the cottage at the Personal s Interest NOTE I'lraff notlfr the editor vn.i.i desire advertisements discontinued. - FOR SALE To inn ii irvwiwVV FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLEANOUS FOK SAt.K mules, one horse and one mare. Mules II years old, horse K years and mare 7. All Rood worker Prices riRht. L, M. Davis, HardlnsliurR, Ky. FOR SALETWO Hol'trln Hull Calves, I months old. llred Several head ol pood feeders. Hall & Heard, Holt, Ky or Si. I). Heard, Hardinsliurg, Ky. Ifi-lf- Suggestions for the Little Tots INFANT'S WHITE SWEATERS Finished in Pink and Blue; SU, $3.00 QQ INFANT'S WHITE LONG CLOAKS Embroidered in White, $3.00 $3.50 & A AA INFANT'S 35c and FOR SALE One eight hoe Hoosler Wheat' flrill. with Frrtrlltrr ltt9ilifnnt IIbiiIi. 'amp and Ilurton, Mystic, Ky, SWEET CLOVER SEED FOR SALE $g INFANT'S KNIT SACKS Trimmed in Pink and Blue 25c, 50c and FOR SALE Sweet Clover Seed. After Browing sweet clover for six years under the direction of the Lexington Experiment Sta tlon, we are prepared to say it is the best soil builder under the shine of the sun. Mammoth White 'rcclcaned sweet clover seed If 18 1.2 cents per pound f. o. b. Irvington. B. W. Carter & Son. $1.50 ... WHITE HOSE . 5UC I&4.UU SHOES (PO AA INFANT'S BOOTEES In Pink and Blue '7K 50c and - - - 01 BABY BLANKETS Blue INFANT'S SOFT Sizes 0 to 4 75c, $1.00, $1.50 Pink and (P-- l for DJL.OD OF INFANT'S WHITE BATISTE DRESSES CA $1.50, $2.00 and D4.tJU d0 FOR SALE A good pair of young mules, to work, u fruarantcrd Weatherholt, years old, II) hands Hardinsburg, Ky. Route No. 1 FOR SALE Old newspapers, 5c a bunch. Ilreckenridgc News office, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages. The Breckentidge News, Clovcrport, Ky. J. C. N0LTE & BRO. ooo A KANSAS CURFEW OFFICER Ten Commandments Some' Howard has a new marshal. His FOR SALE Remington typewriter No. tl, how we manage to mean the same in name is George Gotobed. Topeka Remodeled. (iood as new. Further infortn all translations. Capital. ation call or write The Brcckcnridge New, TYPE WRITER FOR SALE The UNLIKE ARTICLE XXI. Barr-Pollo- ck Cloverport, Ky. Wedding in Louisville. Frymire, Sept, 27. (Special) The marriage of Miss Mollie Barr and Mr. Eugene Pollock was solemnized m (Continued on Page 8) cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Ferry. o o o WANTED WANTED To sell good coal oil heater ami gas heater. Mrs. K. 1. 1'olk, Clovcrport, Ky. WANTED Live foxes. Gabe Taul, Hardinsburg, Ky. A comfortable and efficiently managed home is the home equipped with a J If ll MMM&a btate Fair. mittee meeting in iss Lelia Tucker and Miss Irene Taul were in Owensboro. Friday. shopping. ooo I have one good wheat drill for Ky- .sal?. Julian H. Brown, Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. A. R. Fisher is visiting her brother-in-laMr. Charles Fisher, and rMs. Fisher at Rockvale. ooo George Gregory was here last week the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Gregory. . o o o Mr. Qhas. B. Skillman and Ode Young, of Morganfield. were here Thursday the guests of Mr. Skillman's Hardinsburg, Monday 'after visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Graham, of her sister, Mrs. Mannic Moorman. Lafayette. Ind., are guests of their and motored home. ooo Mr. and Mrs Henry Yeagcr w'cre in Louisville, Monday. Skill-man, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tucker arc movI have bought several hundred pairs FOR RENT Farm. 111! acres, tine river of .army shoes to sell at $2.00 a, pair ing this week into their new abode bottom land, 1 mile from depot, .'.4 acres long as they last. Julian H. Brown which they purchased from Mr. and in grass, good improvements. Further inas formation apply to Mrs. Hannah Hardin, Mrs. II J. Hamman. Cloverport, Ky. Holt. Ky. . ooo ' day. Miss Crete Cannon, of Kirk, is ooo Mrs. Burl Parson and .daughter Mil- spending a few weeks with her sister, inrwnay dred, returned to their home in Ind- Mrs. Jas. May, oand Mr. May. Have Your Corset oo i ianapolis, Ind, Wednesday after a viseSsFrl Made For You B. Randall, of Louisville, is Mrs. it with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat in New J. York City, spending ten days Tucker. I with relatives. ys Ji r & ubtom O O f ooo STRICTLY CUITOH WM atWUMTIU TMKXMMOUT 1? m Mrs. Frank May, Mrs. S. Wilson, t Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, of i MBMNNHnHTMU Mr. and Mrs P. E. Rhodes and little McQuady, went to Louisville, Mon1 son, Vernon Lee, were guests of Mrs. day. wfiHVvSJfc " I UK Rhodes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. ooo Crenshaw, Wednesday. Mrs. Ella B. Oglesby returned from oo Hardinsburg, Mon-- o FOR RENT Light Running 1 Sewing Machine. 0ltts, CimV!&'C0 s USJ1 &4J1I3 &&MHmk machine with its many labor saving devices for plain and fancy sewing will prove itself to be to your comfort, because of its even and lasting service. indis-pensib- I o -- Announcement Fashio'n predicts for this season small hats for early Autumn. In my selection of fall and winter hats, one may find an- individual assortment of large and small hats to please the most fastidious taste. Visit my shop. - Miss Evelyn Hicks, Cloverport, Ky. Woman's One Supreme Pleasure Is to be fitted to a comfortable fitting' corset. Barkley Custom made corsets are cut by your own measurements and made to fit. They are strictly guaranteed throughout. Should your bonning rust, or break within twelve months, we give you a new corset. Should the goods wear out within six months, we repair same free of charge. We fit any age or size. Mail orders solicited. v MRS. R. T. POLK, Corsetiere for Barkley Corsets Cloverport, Kentucky Mrs John Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg, was in Louisville, last Monday to attend the wedding of Miss Mary Allen Goodson and Rev. P. V. Henry. oo O'Connel, of Detroit, Clestine Mich , arrived Monday for a visit to his mother, Mrs. J. T. O'Connel. ooo Mr. and Mrs. Thos J. Ferry and daughter, Miss Martha Board Ferry, and Mrs. Ferry's sister. Miss Frances Smith, leave Monday, Oct, 4, for W. Va to spend a month with Mr. Ferry's sister, Mrs. Homer Dawley, and Mr. Dawley. ooo Mr. and Mrs. James Lawson, of with Louisville, spent the week-en- d their son, Mr. John Lawson, and Mrs Lawson. ooo Miss Laura Satterfield is at the home of her brother, C. W. Satterfield, and "Mrs. Satterfield, where she has been several days and visiting with friends on the Hill. ooo Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Graham, of Lafayette, Ind.. are guests of Mr. Graham's sister, Mrs. Clyde Morrison, and Mr. Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. Graham have been visiting in Owensboro with Mrs. E. S. Smith and in Mattoon, 111., with Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Pauley I Par-kersbu- o n MRS. R. T. POLK Clovcrport, Ky. A "NEW HOME" le NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of the late Israel Holdsr will present them, properly proven, to the undersigned administrator of his estate, on or before the 1st day of November, l'JO, at the address as appears below. The Bank of Hardinsburg &Trttst Co Admr. of Israel Holder, Estate. Hardinsburc. K'p Call and examine the latest Improved New Home Machines. Sold for cash or on time. SOLE AGENTS GOLDEN RULE STO CLOVERPORT, KY W i The House of Courtesy $$eMs LOUISVILLE- - 212-21- 4 Fourth Ave. o o o Miss Elizabeth Babbage, of Louisville, is in the Jewish Hospital, where she was operated on Thursday for HSaggffi!BKHn2SiiliiisS Hon. Ben Johnson, Democratic didate for Congress, and Prof. George Colvin, Republican . appendicitis. Continued For Another Week Our Great Can- - Anniversary Sale f 1 Will speak in the Court House at Har- dinsburg, next Monday, October 4 and discuss the political issues of the day. Public opinion has placed the stamp, of enthusiastic approval upon the merchandise and the values of the Anniversary Sale More opportunities of the character that have met with such a decided favor awaits our customers for the second week of this big event It will be another record breaking week which will emphasize our absolute merchandising mastery. We Have received quantities of merchandise which the manufacturers were willing to almost give to us if we pay spot casli for same, as the market conditions are unsettled. This has helped wonderfully. Tf you have not attended this sale do not fail to come and get your share of the bargains that only an event of this kind m Mrs. John Fulton, Democrat, Bards-- . town, and Mrs. Christine Bradley South, Republi-- . can, Frankfort, Will also speak on the same issues I can offer. The Season's Smartest Styles In t Women's and Misses' Fashionable Autumn Apparel Women's Fine Shoes and Hosiery and Millinery m Are Included In This Notable Event. s.t PAGE SIX THE IRECKENRlDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY -. 4 home Thursday. SEPTEMBER St, ltN were Thomas, of near Irvington,- 1? . t r gucsis aunuay. oi ur. aimi .urs. ii. r THE COUNTY Harncd. Miss Hattic May, of Olatiu, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Harold (Continued From Page 3) Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Will Davis and three Richard Dowcll, who has been in visiting Iowa, for sometime arrived in Gar- - children, of McQuady, arc Bruncr, her of Fannie mother, Mrs , field, last week. i Crags and nephew, Wood row. Compton is visiting his Mr. and Mrs. Co. Taylor William Prout, of Webster, and Mr daughter, Mrs. Carlton Atcr, and Mo Incorporated and Mrs. Byran Miller, of McQuady, Atcr, of Raymond. PERFECT. FITTING were guests Sunday of Mr. C. S. Board and Miss Nancy Board. SPECTACLES AND Mr and Mrs. Sam Tucker, of Okla- GLEN DEAN EYE GLASSES homa, visited relatives here last week Several from here attended the Rev. C. L. Bruington left Saturday State Fair. Artificial Era Kryptoka fill Rev. Galfor Bowling Green, to Inriubl. Bifocal Lene Mr. and Mrs. C. E.t Harlow spent loway's pulpit while Rev. Galloway a few days recently with his parents Southwett Corner 4th and Ch is in the meeting here. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Moorman and in Demopolis, Ala. Mr. John Moorman and his sister, daughter, Louise, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Board, Mrs Ethel Moorman, of Mrs R. J. Bassctt, of Lcitchficld, visited their aunt. Mrs. Hack Owen, last A square deal always pays in your Harncd, and Mr. and Mrs. G. I Bandy and daughters. Nell and Nancy week. circle of acquaintances. Estill Moorman, of Blooiuiugton, III., Visited his aunt, Mrs. Roht. Well-e- r and his sister, Mrs. Allic Cooper 'near Vanzant, recently. Mrs E. L. Robertson and Mrs. Jack Wibon arc in Louisville, this 'news FROM rj "I Got Real Mad When I Lost My I, P, 'Bernard, Louisville, returned Setting Hen," Mrs. Hannan. Mrs. Julius Hodges left last week "I went to the hen house one ,for Bowling Green to join her husmorning and found my favorite setter band. Mrs. C. B Witt. has returned home dead. I got real mad. Went to the P and after a visit (b her father, Mr. J. Vogt, store, bought some Louisville. in a week I got six dead rats. Everybody who raises poultry should keep Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Martin, Three sizes, .13c, 03c, Louisville, spent the wcck-eliwith $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky., and B. ' Martin and Mrs. Lily M. Scott . F. Beard & Co, Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs. Fisher fnee Pearl of Advertisement. Quincy, III., spent last week with Miss Leah Mcador. RAT-SNARAT-SNAP- ." d CoU-'ns)- r- I BETTER DEAD Life ia a burden when the bo is racked with pain. EverythinfVi worries and the victim become despondent and downhearted. T bring back the sunshine taka Southern Optical BIG SPRING B. S. rJj nessee, Thursday. Mrs. Leah Mcatlor, after a two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. T. C. Williams .West Point, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Clarkson, of Tunnel Hill, spent last week with Mrs. J. V. Clarkson Mrs. B. S. Clarkson after a week's visit with her parents. Mr and Mrs. Clarkson returned from Ten BEWLEYVILLE Mrs. Bcttie Hclt, of Guston, visited Mrs. Ella Compton, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carman, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carman and Misses Mary Richard and Mary Christine COLD MEDAL The national remedy of Holland for over 200 years; it is an enemy of all pains resulting from kidney, liver and uric acid, troubles. All druggists, three sfees. look for the name Cold Medal oa arary and accept no Imitation fceic Carman spent Sunday at Elizabeth-towwith relatives. The pie supper given at the school (Continued on Page 7) n, ' OATS, CEMENT, OHIO RIVER SALT We have just received several cars of Oats, Portland Cement and Ohio River Salt in barrels. Write us for prices. I Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co. Ilardinsburg. Kentucky FARM FOR SALE miles north of Hara new seven room dwelling, dinsburg, Kentucky, two good barns, well fenced, good water. Price and terms reasonable. A farm of 200 acres, 3 1- -2 ALLEN R. KINCHELOE, Attorney HardinsSiirg, Kentucky sings and plays the piano and croch-- 1 ets A wonderfully preserved woman, they say. N. S. Buckler has bought the res- ' taurant and will move here by Oct- ' ober 10th. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton, Doctor Overby and wife, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoskins one evening last week. E. L. Robertson bought a car of cattle recently while in Louisville. Mrs. Ivy Thomason, who has been visiting her sister, Bccca Clark, has returned to her home in Louisville. Mrs. Jeff D Owen has returned to her home in Louisville, accompanied by her son, Lavoes. Miss Jakie Powell visited her home people recently, also Howard Powell was here for a few days. Miss Effie Whitler is visiting in I week. Mrs. W. A. Moorman, of Wcssing-to- n Springs, S. D and children, Elizabeth, Lillian, Edith audi Ethe are visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Jones. They were accompanied to Hardinsburg by Mrs. T. H. Moorman who is spending part of the time with her sister, Mrs. Amanda Moorman. Mrs. R. T. Dempster, Messrs Dave and Jess A. Moorman went to Irving-tolast week to see their aunt, Mrs. Stith. who was there on a visit from the South. She is nearly 90 years old, n, GREAT NEWSPAPER BARGAIN The Evansville Courier BY BtAXX. $5 SAX&Y OHB TSAB October Bargain Rates Subscribe Now! B BAXX.T apJTDAT JUTS THIS OFFER IS GOOD ONLY DURING OCTOBER. C M All tha Haw or the World; Accurate Market Baports; Xaecht'i Cartoon; Brilliant Bdltortala; in fact, a Great Xrwapaper, at a Sarfatm Bate. Arauilnff and Bntertalnlng; ree-tnre- The Courier, Evansville's Only Morning Newspaper the Only Evanivllle .Vewepapar Delivered the Same Bar Zt X Printed. 9o Bot Be P&nara Sent Ont tha ITaxt Su TTnflar tka Oulaa of 9aia!vaA Tit Offera of Cliaan Bvenitur -- Monunjr xrevrepaper. Xt Za .''.'Ai '.fli. , This Is Presidential Year. 8VBSCBZFTI0BS Keep Abreast of the Orcat Political Issues. printed wunoui coicr or All Political Newa OUB AOBBT, Dins, 3b9 FiaW m BULY BS QXVXW TO YOTJE POSTXABTBB, OB SZBD DIRECT TO Leitchficld, Ky. Miss Eleanor Robertson writes from Palestine, Tex , that she is very much pleased with the school work THE EVANSVILLE COURIER, Evansville, In& NOTE To points outside of flrst and second zones, or more than 150 mllea from Evansville, Dally. $15.(10: Dally and Sunday, J8.R0. there. THE UNIVERSAL CAR THE UNIVERSAL CAft Reduction in the Price oi Ford Products Touring Touring, Starter Runabout . . Runabout, Starter $440.00 . . . . . . . t ce The war is over and war prices must go. Effective at once Ford Cars Trucks and Tractors will be sold F. O. B. Detroit, at following prices: Chassis Coupe, . $510.00 $395.00 ... . Starter and Sedan, Starter and Truck, P. T. . . .... . $360.00 $745:00 $795.00 . D. R. D. R. $465.00 Tractors regular pre-w- ar ... v $545.00 1 . $790,00 The Ford Motor Company makes this reduction in the face of the fact that 'they have on hand immediate orders for one hundred and forty-si- x thousand and sixty-fiv- e cars and tractors. The company will suffer a temporary loss while using up the material bought at high prices. They are willing to make a sacrifice in order to bring business back to a going condition as quickly as possible and maintain the momentum of the buying power of the country. Henry Ford says: "The war is over and it is time war prices" were over. There is no sense or wisdom in trying to maintain an artificial standard of values. For the best interest of all it is time a real, practical effort was made to bring the business of the country and the life of the, country down to standards." We are at your command with regular Ford efficiency in service and eagerness to fill your orders. T. THE UNIVERSAL CAR J. HOOK, Hardinsburg. Kentucky Authorized Dealer 111,1 BaVlBBlBlBlBeA. i3ft07c6 THE UNIVERSAL CA A XL i u ,t SEPTEMBER gf, 1M0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY scar-ucces- PAGE SEVEN .house here Friday night was quite a closed for a week on account of Kcv. C L. Drtiington went to BowlAbout $fl."i 00 was cleared. let fever. ing Green, Saturday to fill Rev. C. M'9S Molly Clarkson has returned A. Galloway's appointment there Rev. Mr. and Mrs Horace McCoy and on.'of Union Star, stopped olf for the to t her home in Louisville, after a Galloway is assisting Rev. Bruingtou week-enin a series of meetings at Garfield. enroutc home from the v'st to Mrs, E. P. Hardaway. State Fair. Misses Ella and Alma Wilson left HARNED ADDISON-HOL- T Ml ucsday night for Wclson, OMa., to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tucker, of Jet, Farmers are very busy with their mt tncir sister, Mrs, L. Gill. 'Hl Mesdamcs I. M. Walker. W. W Okla., were guests of relatives here tobacco and corn crops in this last week. Ceith, Ray Keith and Miss Mattic The Busy Bee Children's Band will I'olks arc taking advantage of the Hardaway were dinner cuests Thurs meet Saturday afternoon with Miss good weather to sow wheat and gath day of Mrs. Phil Cain. i T?t.nl xfrv.. cr in other crops. ' Mesdames Ella Compton and Ilcttic Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCoy arc reCar loads of lumber arc being unHclt were callers of' Mrs. Minor Com- ceiving congratulations upon the ar- loaded every day in Addison. pton, Wednesday. rival of a little girl, Evelyn Lorcnc. Messrs Herman Waggoner and Thc'thrce children of Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Allie Davis, of Basin Springs, Milton Smith, of Hitcs Run motored ' W. J. Stith, who have been quite ill spent a few days of last wcck with over to Addison, Sunday were the of scarlet fever arc some wl.- -t im her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Gray. guests of Misses Lucilc and Hardin and proved. Rev. Denver Tucker nrcached at Mattic Black. The boys at the nic suoncr were the Methmlist clmrrli Frttlnv nicrli. A crowd folks ' Mrs. j. E. Matthews has returned entertained of youngnight were nicely sure Laura Mcll Stith's Sunday at brought $7,50 and very few from West View, where she has been of Mr. and Mrs. James Frank,the home of Holt. rought less than four dollars. with her mother, Mrs M. D. Pumph- The picture show at Holt school-housThe school at this place has been rcy. who is suffering from a fall. Saturday evening was well attended. Miss Frances Rhodes, of Addison, is visiting relatives in Owenshoro, this s. d I ( ( e, WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS FURNISHINGS For Your Home Can Be Economically Bought at Bacon's Housewives, in and out of Louisville, enjoy shopping in Bacon's House Furnishing Sections. They find pleasure in the complete assortments and a delightful surprise in the prices. Here for instance are furnishings that aie excellent examples of the values to be had. Monday. Mr. O'Bannon, of Louisville, is the guest of his brother. Oscar O'Bannon. last Sunday. The school at Argahright is being Mrs. Ruth Collins,' of Chicago, who taught this fall by Miss Georgia has been visiting her parents, Mr. Skillman. and Mrs. J. L. Rhodes, of Addison has Last Sunday closed the Sunday returned to her home after a two days school at Walnut Grove. They have stop in Evansvillc. had a fine school all summer. It will begin again the first Sunday in 'next April. LOCUST HILL Mrs. Mercer Basham and baby, who Rev. Roberts" is conducting a re- visited her mother. Mrs. Alack Payne, vival at this place. and Mr. Payne, of Clifton Mills, the Mr. and Mrs. Fanny Milbum and past week returned home last Sunday. baby, of Woojtlrow, and Mrs. J. W. Blair were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Servant Girl Wouldn't Go In Cellar, J. W. Davis, Sunday. Fearing Rats Mr. and Mrs. James Mattingly and children, of near Cloverport, and Mr. Mrs. Tenner, Plainfield. N. T.. savs. and Mrs. Phinis Smiley were the "Rats were so bad in our cellar the guests of their sister, Mrs. Fred Davis servant girl wouldn't co there. and Mr. Davis, the week-en- d Bought some P and it Miss Velma Carman entertained the cleaned all the rats out." P young folks with a play party Wed- destroys rats and mice. Absolutely nesday night. prevents odors. Comes in cake form,' Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Davis, of no mixing. Cats of dogs won t touch Cloverport, and Mr. and Mrs. S. H. it. Three sizes, 3c, G5c, $1.25. Sold Davis, of Harned, were here Sunday and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Co., Cloverport. Ky.. and B. F. Beard Davis & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. J. W. Davis went to Hardinsburg, week. RAT-SNARAT-SNA- aim day. Mrs. Boh Norton spent the weekend i Louisville, visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Avitt and nephew, Avitt Ycubanks. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Argahright one day last week. Edgar Adkisson and Noah Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Franch The highest pie brought $10. It was baked by Miss Cola Bane. Roy Bassctt bought it. Mrs. Nettie Argahright visited Mrs. B. F. Hardin and Mr. Hardin, last Suudaj. Ktlgar Adkisson, West Tulsa, who been visiting relatives here for the past month returned home last Srnday Sam Brown hud son, Kenneth, were in l:v ,'ton, last S'jti.rc'r... Miss Cola Bane was the guest of Miss Madalcnc Bassctt, last week. Mr and Mrs. Joe Fitch, Cloverport, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keys, last Sunday. Misses Eva and Ada I'carl 1'avnc attended church at Clifton Mills, last S.10.53. j Seed Wheat We arc offering Choiced Missouri Red Fultz Seed Wheat, screened and putin your bags F. O. B. Hardinsburg $3.25 per bushel cash with order, We bought this wheat direct from Missouri farms and are offering it to the farmers of this territory at cost plus handling charges. Yours for better wheat crops HARDINSBURG MILL & ELEVATOR CO. HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY .1 .,'1 1 'I l I Dry Cleaning, Pressing, i Repairing and Dyeing Old clothes made to look good as new with the Hoffman Sanitary. Steam Presser. One of the latest and most machines on the up-to-d- ate YELLOW LAKE Miss Phitomena Speak is visiting WEBSTER Mrs. E. N. Bcauchamp and children, of Louisville, are visiting minds and relatives in Webster this week. Miss Ossie Payne is visitinc Miss A Zola Minor at Sebree, this week. Mr. Henry Bandy and mother. Mrs. Alice Bandy were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haddock. SunDairy Knott motored from Meadow Lawn, to Webster, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Harper and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harper, Sunday. Miss Elmer Hatfield was dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hatfield. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haddock, Mrs. H. C. Haddock. Mr. Maurice Stewart and Mr. Wallace Knott attended the dance at Mooleyville, Satday. Mr. Virgil Knott and Mr. (Continuel On Page 8) PERMANENT DENTIST market. Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office J. B. Rhodes Recreation HARDINSBURG, KY. Room MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. Specializing In Trial Practice This Set $19.50 12 6-qt MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 20 1606-7-- 8 Inter-Southe- We guarantee our work to be satisfactory in every particular. Orders by Parcel Post shall have our prompt attention. Send us a trial order. Jf. B. RHODES Buildlnt PiecesFine Aluminum As Shown 2-- LOUISVILLE Hardinsburg, Ky.' More Than Years Experience Windsor Kettle Eerlln Kettle Percolator Tea Kettle Pie Pans (two) Round Double Roaster Preserving Kettle Rice Boiler Convex Saucepan Lipped Saucepan Lipped Saucepan Dinner Sets, $13.39 51 Pieces Beautifully Decorated tTOl These Dinner Sets are made of American porcelain With a clear white body and have a variety of pretty decorations. The set affords a complete service for six persons and consists of the following pieces: high-grad- e urday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Adkisson entertained the boys and girls of Webster and Lodiburg, Saturday evening. All reported a fine time. Mr. Herman O'Bryan was the Sunday guest of Mr. Ernest Compton. Misses A. B. Cashman and M. L. Rhodes were in Irvington, Saturday. The little boy that arrived in Webster, Saturday, Sept. 11, 1010 is the treasure of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 0 G 0 6 0 0 plates plates soup plates fruit plates butter plates cups and saucers seven-Inch h six-Inc- 1 meat 1 open 1 platter 1 1 1 baker pickle tray sauce bont cream .pitcher1 sugar bowl FRYMIRE The farmers have taken advantage of the pretty weather to cut tobacco, break wheat ground, cut corn and hull clover. The output of clover seed this time was almost a failure. Mrs. Scott Cart, of Shiloh, spent the week-en- d with her son, E. R. Cart. and Mrs. Lart and attended the M. W. of A. picnic at Rhodelin. Saturday -- . ":i&j u&:;: 1 covered vegetable dish fr.s.1 Dinner Sets, $10.00 & $7.98 These Are high-grad- e 42-Pie- ce Sets These are made of American porcelain with a clear white body and have decorations In white and gold and pink floral designs; the set consists of: G seven-Incplates 1 meat platter G h plates 0 cups and saucers 0 soup plates 1 sugar bowl 0 fruit plates 1 cream pitcher 2 open vegetable dishes h four-Inc- week. Mrs. afternoon Mr. Napolen Bruner purchased a fine milk cow from B. R. Noble, last Filmorc Johnson and son, Otis, attended church at Paynesville, A Waterloo Boy Does Your Work the Way You Want it Done The Waterloo Boy gives you service that pays most the service you want. It does your work the way you want it done. DINNER rice SETS-Consi- sting of 100 pieces of decorated $37.00 Rugs and Draperies 8EAMLESS RUGS In tapestry Brvssels; size 9x12 feet: beauti ful Oriental patterns, regular nisA v i mi ania price r $40.00 $1.50 AXMINISTER HEARTH RUGS Size 27xb4 lnrhps- -. wnrth f.VV ... t nn. , .price WOOL, $5.25 GRASS RUGS Size 27x54 Inches: all colors and patterns; worth. tx.vu Baie price SEAMLESS Our best quality seamless rug In soft, handsome colors and patterns; size RUGS value; sale price HEAVV RAO RUOS $48.50 Mottled fix9 terns, with border: size su.uu value; sale price $8.75 GRASS RUGS With Grecian and band borders; size 6x9 feet; regular price 18.00; Aa sale price wD.UU aa AXMINSTER RUQS The best quaniy; size axis reel: in soft, ncn ouiors; a av.vu value; sale price $75.00 $75.00 SEAMLESS WILTANA RUGS Individual patterns and colors; size 9x12 feot; regular 190.00 vaiue; sua ...., pries vuiua, Bute price ,,, MERCERIZED MARQUISETTE . Double thread; 40 Inches wide; In white and cream; C5c value; sale price, a yard .., COLORED MARQUISETTE Mercerized finish and allover patterns and borders; 3G Inches wide; 75c value; sale HA price, a yard dUC BUNGALOW FILET DRAPERY NET 36 Inches wide; on special Ht, sale Qt a yard OdC IMPORTED MADRAS 36 Inches wide; cream color; worth 75c; Bale price, a yard OOC COLORED POPLIN For portieres and drapery: 36 Inches wide: beautiful Soft tones! n anoint AND FIBRE RUGS new lot In an excellent assort-A ment of. pretty reversible de signs; size 9x12 feet; 120.00 $18.50 was $8. Dodson Bros, won the red ribbon, but no premium given. H. L. Bruner motored down from Louisville, Friday evening and re-- ( mained until Sunday and was accompanied home by R. Bruner, who will .spend a few days with his son, O. C. Bruner, and Mrs. Bruner. i Miss Ida Wheeler, of Shiloh. spent several days last week with Mr.and " Mrs. Paris Barr. Mr. and Mrs. Will Avitt and baby spent Sunday with 'Mr. and Mrs. I day at Finley Norton's. The premium Sunday. Mrs. H. L. Bruner, of Louisville, came down last Friday to see her father, Dr. J. B. Frymire, who is doing very well. Mrs. Icy Pollock left last Sunday foV Louisville, where she has a position with the Capital Hotel and likes it fine. Gus Barger's mule won the blue ribbon at the mule show last Satur- Accessibility Its 12 H. twin-cylind- er engine gives you P. at the drawbar, and 25 H. P. on the belt. It burns kerosene, and by means low-price- of a patented manifold converts every drop fuel into rugged, posi'of this tive power. d construction make the Waterloo Boy a design real farmer's tractor. permits large, rugged parts, also fewer parts. Fewer parts make it easy to understand. It's no trick to care for a Waterloo' Boy A drawbar shift lever, which enables you Two-cylinder and simplicity of to shift the hitch either to the right or left of center, is a great convenience when plowing on hillsides os In finishing lands. Your plows take full cut at all times. A pump, fan and radiator cooling The Waterloo Boy is especially strong, and rugged in its construction. It stands up undea the most difficult and trying conditions of your farm work. Its various parts ere designed to meet every possible strain. o)C boom, We have a tractor, 0 autos, a saw mill, a corn shredder and two silos. Dodson Bros, and Morton Barr are erecting silos on their farms. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hcsler, of Louisville, have been visiting his sister, Mrs. Gus Bargcr, and Mr. Barger. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest' Greer, of system holds the engine at the proper temperature for correct lubrication, and maintains enough heat to insure complete Roscoe Avitt. combustion. The radiator holds' thirteen Mr. Jeff Hook, of Hardinsburg, was here last week with his Tractor gallons. You don't have to stop in the field demonstrating in the fields, of E.H. Shelman & Son and Dodson Bros every few hours of a hot day 'and fill it. He succeeded in selling one to Dodson Bros. Our little town is on the That's real service. mhow The Waterloo Boy Engine runs without weight provides proper vibration. Its traction in soft ground. Hyatt Roller Bearing conserve power by reducing friction. well-balanced You have to see the Waterloo Boy to fully appreciate it. you and tell you why the Waterloo Boy is the right Come" in and We will tractor for your farm. h Battletown (nee Matilda Barger) were here last week visiting friends and relatives. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. JAKE WILSON, Manigtr KENTUCKY a yard. vaiue, ut $1.25 LODIBURG Frank Done and son,. Herman, were in Irvington, last Saturday. The pie supper given at Walnut Grove school house last Wednesday night by the teacher, Miss Ruby Payne, for the benefit of the Orphans Home was quite a success. There were 22 pies and 'the net proceeds were FORDSVILLE, Market aid 4th. Sb. - Lraisrille, Ky. 'H (p PAGE EIGHT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 2t, If '' fl Pl fM ct McDaricls His son, William, is in charge and a nice obliging little salesman. Mr. and Mrs. Clias Ucnnetl were guests of Mr. Chester Bennett and family last Sunday Mr. K K. Rhodes, of Hardmsburg, spent several days here lat week and Mrs Luia Speak Pool, who is very low with tuberculosis. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. Allic McClcllan, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Wilson motored to Hardinslntrg, last Lcitchficld shopping last Tuesday, Messrs Willie and Fred Cannon sold fifty head of fine cattle last week. Delivered at Clarksou, Grayson county. Last week was a busy time with farmers in this locality, cutting corn tobacco etc. Mr Chas . Dowlds and. falnilvr at- . .. t at t t : icncicu cnurcn .t Aicuuatiy, last aim- -' ., ..,i ...i ..:..:. iin...i.i i: u. jjuwims uiivi aim iisiiv.il jiiiiiiiit . .I-- I Monday. Mr. Will Rhodes and family went to Oversize Throughout Made for Hard Work very light draft 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 I -- MogulMbgons "Strong Where the Strain Come" Are built to stand the strain. Close grained hickory and seasoned oak, the strongest woods known, the pick of our own mills, are used for hubs, spokes, axles and rims and reaches the bearing parts. Each part is 15 to 20overstze, just so much stronger than was shown necessary in tests. Triple, coated with paint, brushed on, not dipped. 60-Inc- h now on my fourth bottle and have regained ten pounds of my lost weight already. Monday. "My appetite soon got a new start Messrs ' Paul Britc. Walter Frank and my stomach trouble began to and Julian Storms motored to Hard- lose its grip, and when I finished my msburg, last Saturday. second bottle I was feeling like a new Mrs. Jess Galloway has gone to man. Ever since then 1 have been WIDE TRACK WAGONS. North Carolina to visit her daughter, eating just anything I want and I trck, tlia old farorita Southara nade ia the Mofdt Vcrda. always feel fine afterwards. The gas your wagon bada, hay frame and the track standard which fit cfn,vl?iil. Misses Irene Bradley and Freddie lmc Gtnnnn fnrtritntr ri or auto of Southern country road. The new ctandard May Glasscock wilt return this week entirely and I never feel a touch of track can aUo ba rurnUhed. to. their former occupation in Cincin- - j indigestion. I am always glad when If you do not know the Mogul dealer near you, write us. nati. night comes now, for I can sleep like Qr. Bcrrysine. of noted and get MOGUL WAGON CO., incorporate Hopkimvillc, Kentucky violinist, is the guestLouisville J.a Oden- - a child fine, readyup ina the morningsl. of Rev. feeling for hearty break-dahthis week. fast and a hard dav's work. I am Friends here of Mrs. W. T. Can- - glad to recommend Tanlac, for it is "If you need a wagon, make no mistake. Buy a nou, Marumsburg. are glad to Know one medicine that 1 believe will do her health is greatly improved. MOGUL. They are best by every test. Ask me for all they say it will." Tanlac is sold in Cliverport at prices. How a Noted Vet. Gets Rid of Rats-FarWedding's Drug Store, in Kirk by KIT A UADHTM T nikiirr Vr . 1Y1. Heed. Mattingly Bros , in Addison by L. D. uumuuLfi, "J" P Dr. H. H. Butler says, "I use Addison, and in Amnions by Wm. H. around my hospitals every Dutschke, in Stephensport by R. A fever. NEWS FROM Toec Pat ic fittntirlitirT three months, whether I see rats or Sheellman. Advertisement. P THE COUNTY Conferellce at Russelville, Ky. not. It does the work every time. I recommend Mr. lack Mattingly has returned gets them from Ashland to assist his father in it to everybody having rats." Don't (Continued From Page 7) wait until there is a brood of rats, - caring for the crop. relatives at Mount Merino, this week. Mr. Huse Pool has purchased the act immediaely you see the first one. Mrs. Elza Mattingly has malaria grocery store from Mr. Cal Woosley Three sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed byConrad Payne & Co., ' My stock of merchandise Cloverport, Ky., and B. F. Beard & at Holt. Ky. Absolutely Ky. AdvertiseCo.. Hardinsburg. Clean Stock and No. 1 ment. Stand for right party. Rent 'fcv .."X.V reasonable, residence atPERSONAL ITEMS rMfft .: tached. Post office and (Ccnt'nued From Page 5) Railroad Station at door. ' Louisville. Tuesday, Sept. 14, at the Apply home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Harry Ellsworth, and Mr. Ellsworth. L. D. ADDISON Mrs. Pollock is the daughter of Addison, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Paris Barr, and Mr. Pollock is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Pollock. After attending the State Fair, Mr. and Mrs. Pollock ret turned to their farm near here, known as the late Jabez Brashear's place, where they have gone to 56-in- blooming in rich, The Golden-rod- s profusion, the slanting rays of the mellow sunshine and the soft gentle breeze all tell us that Autumn is with us once again. Thomas Cannon is getting along nicely with his picture show and having good attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Gits Mattingly entertained quite a number of their friends for dinner last Sunday. Mr. Willie p.innon, of Hardmsburg spent several' days out on his farm last week. Crops are fine in his locality near McDanicls, this year. Fred Cannon, Paul llritc and Walter Storms were in Lcitchficld, last wife. The pic supper at this place Saturday was largely attended. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoc Bcauchanip Mrs. Lattie Dircty and children, of and Mr. and Mrs. John IJcauchamp, Morgantown, Ky., and EHis Fentress of Millwood, spent the week-en- d with of Springfield, O , arc visiting their their sister, Airs. S T. Cook. Mrs. Anncta Fersc. of Louisville. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lank Fentress, Garland Pardom took his ltttk Matil-visite- d ls t,,c K"csl "ampton fJaA Not been a w11 (la Ciapman of her sister, Miss daughter, Grace to Hardmsburg, X T? t Oa vTM aa I Ins TImaM W J 4 f ... T !.. I'll Uixy xii liia icaia uitaucu . mrs, Lawrence jiany aim ciiiiurcn, see a specialist. f Glen Pca' spent the week-en- d Arnold the little baby ot Mr. anc Tn bee Night tome. ,with Mrs ,im Ranking Mrs. Ernc3tEskri(lge died Thursday Miss Ada Krishhattm, a red cross and was buried in the Lone Star ce- At the time I began taking Ian-lac- ," nursc Has an interesting class here' mctery. Much sympathy is extended said Marcus A. Hampton, 118 in home hygiene and caring for the to tlfc young parents. Pone street. Louisville, Ky., "I had not felt well a single day in six years. , ''My stomach was so badly out of order," said Mr. Hampton, "that no sooner did I get through eating than I would bloat up with sour gas and have the worst sort of pains shoot chest. I could not even eat the lightest kind of foods and feel "DOES WHAT THEY FALLS OF ROUGH SAY IT WILL DO" aua ..... -- .i,ri, ""k ,.. Public Sale my farm 1 1- comfortable afterwards, and at times could not retain anything I had eaten I had lost fifty pounds in weight and was alarmed about my condition, for often I had such bad spells that I thought my time had surely come, as I couldn't sleep much and always felt as bad in th mornings as on going to bed. if not worse. "Well, I was never able to find anything to give me an appetite and start me up hill until I got Tanlac. Almost as soon as I began taking this medicine I commenced to climb. I am just I will offer for Sale to the highest bidder at -2 miles west of i ' Hardinsburg, Friday Oct. ON THE LITTLE HARTFORD Ky, 22 10. A. M. ROAD AT J THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES ,, I I nniixii) mers j RAT-SNA- Crf RAT-SNA- For Sal- e- ONE BINDER (Practically New) ONE WHEAT DRILL ALL KINDS OF PLOWS .ONE DISC HARROW CORN PLANTER ONE TWO-ROTWO ONE WAGON AND BED TEN HEAD YOUNG CATTLE , TWO MILK COWS TWO MARE MULES, 6 and 7 years old TWO BLACK MARES,5 and 6 years old ONE SOW AND PIGS W r M acres, all level and in good condition, is offered for Private Sale now1.' My farm of 130 W. N. Pate Hardinsburg, Ky. XX)OCXX3XXXXXXXXXX house-keepin- g. 's I I : i 5 '; : . ! ? t ' , '. W :t -i i MB'' ist Temple, corner of Sixth and Broadway. The service was read by the bride's father, the Rev. Edward F. Goodson, assisted by the Rev. S. G. Thompson, presiding elder of the Louisville district. The ushers were Charles and Edward Goodson. the bride's brothers and Horace Allen and Goodson Reynolds, her cousins. The bride wore a gown of white georgette crepe with tulle veil. She carried a bouquet of white roses. The maid of honor. Miss Marianna Dyer, wore cream lace over blue satin and carried pink roses Louisville Courier-Journal. Miss Mary Allen Goodson Weds Rev. Henry. The marriage of Miss Mary Allen Goodson and the Rev. V P. Henry was solemnized at 8:30 o'clock Monday evening. Sept. 20, in the Method- As a representative of the stat6)fQeo. L. Bandy, de ceased, we will on Saturday, October 2, 1920, beginning at 9 o'clock a. m.,. on the premises fKc Irvington, Ky., offer Public 1 SzAen (1 1 the following described property.fi $3sale: 1 Hay Rake Buggy 2 Acres Cane 1 Man's Saddle 2 Farm Wagons 2 Cultivators 2 Corn Planters I Jj)Qim WE IEJflirs FEATURE hats by Dunlap & Co., Avenue, New York, which we consider the best of American make. We also have on display the following foreign makes of soft felts: Mossant (France) exclusively with Crutcher & Starks, Borsalino (Italy), Joseph E. Ward (English) and the famous Stetson line. Our showing of Autumn headwear for men this year is unquestionably the best to be found in the United States, not excepting the metropolitan cities. We have at our Seelbach branch store one of the most attractive hat departments in America. The prices at this store are exactly the same as at our main store, Fourth and Jefferson. A wide range of prices that will suit everyone. before her marriage. Rev. Henry and Mrs. Henry will live in Hodgenville, where Rev. Henry is pastor of the Methodist church, South. CORRECTION In giving the notice of the marriage of Mr Murriel Morrison and Miss Anna May Penner, of Louisville, to have taken place June 15, The' News desires to correct the error in stating that it should have been September 15, 1920. Brcck-enrid- Rev. Goodson and Mrs. Goodson, who formerly lived in Hardinsburg, and Mrs. Goodson resided in Cloverport The bride is the only daughter of 1 Hay Frame walking 1 riding) Harrow Chill Plow old Mowing Machine 1 Mowing Machine Section Harrow old Buggy 1 1 1 Disc Harrow 1 1 No. 2 Plow 2 1 Small Plows 1 1 ge set Buggy Harness Cream Separator and Vegetables 2 1 Shovel Plows Cow 3 sets Farm Harness Boy's Saddle 14 Hogs I Canned Fruit 26 'Vf Sheep 3 Sows 2 1 Mules Autumn Millinery This have select 12 1 Shoats 3 Work Horses 10 Turkeys Stack Hay , Milch Cow 2 Acres Tobacco 1 " 75 Chickens 2 stacks Oats 26 Acres Corn 1 Ford Automobile Bridle year, I again ,on display at line of ladies' my residence, a very and children's hats in the prevailing styles of the season. Wk Store fiSianxhrJizedVauf gOTCHERURKS Granville ft.Burfon Sons The Metropolis offontUCky LOUISVIII Your patronage will be appreciated. In addition to the above items there are sundry and diverse articles-ohousehold and kitchen furniture, small farm tools and implements which are not enumerated. Terms made known on date of sale. f t . 6 Mrs. A. The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. B. Cashman t Stephensport, Ky. Representative of tht Estatt of George L Bandy, dectaswl