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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 6, VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, 1920 8 Pages CJ No. 15 BANK & TRUST COUNTY BREEDERS FARMERS HAS $3,500 SAFE REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS CO. WIN WITH HOGS Installs Mosler Safe For Protection hELD BIG POLITICAL RALLY Of "CARMEN" TO BE SEEN AT MACAULEY'S OCT. Ralph Dunbar Presents Lorna son in Leading Role. 7-- 9. f If O. Eo I iDLlOll- v. II. UCTADIICII ES HONOR ROLL Supt. Peters Seeks to Stimulate And Encourage Pupils in Making Better Grades. To stimulate interest and to encourage honest effort among the pupils of the Public School, a monthly honor roll has been established by R. F. Peters. Superintendent of the Cloverport Public School. In order to be eligible for this honor a child must measure up to the following standards: A grade of "B" or over on every subject, a standing of "A" in deportment, and not more than three tardy marks or one absence during the month. For the month of September, the following children received the honor: Second Grade Bolyn Conway, Wesley Harrington. Alma Meyer. ' Third Grade Rachel Basham, Anna Thompson. Sixth Grade Marian Behen, c Phelps, Mayme B. Sawyer. Seventh Grade Charles Lee Ham-maForrest Jackson, Eva Lewis Miller, Magdalene Monnen, Ethel Stromire. Lizzie Whorley. Eighth Grade Carrie Mae Jackson, Jane Sawyer. High School Winnie Buckby, Cecil Gregory, Kattie" Mae Duke, Sarah Fallon, Frank Newman, William L Reid Katherine Riedel, Marion D. Seaton, Selma Sippel. Anna Mae Tatum. (00-9(ti.i-100) It's Customers. Jack- l JMcCoy Brothers, of Harned, Won Prize at State Fair; Also at County Pig Show The Poland China boar belonging to McCoy Brothers, of Harned. in this county won a prize in the Senior Class at the State Fair. Unfortunately, this hog was born Feb. U0, 1919, only two days too soon to be placed in the Junior Class. If the hog had been placed in the Junior Class it would have easily taken all honors, as it's superiority over those showing in the Junior Class was outstanding. James McCoy of the firm of McCoy Brothers won first prize at the First Breckinridge County Pig Show He has now been joined by his brother and they are rapidly building up one of the best herds of Poland China hogs in he State. Breeders of this kind are a credit to the county and their splendid example should be encouraged, by being able to find a market for their hogs in this county. These boys are making money in the pure bred hog business and like more tfood herds should be established in Breckinridge county. They have expressed' their willingness to do all they can to encourage this line of farming and. are offering to sell stock at reasonable prices and to give advice to anyone entering the pure hog game. r of FORMER GARFIELD MAN DIED IN OWENSBORO S. R. Moredock Succumbed To Heart Trouble. S. R. Moredock, age 70, an aged and highly respected citizen, died at the home of his son, W. A. Moredock 1013 Walnut street, at 4:30 o'clock Thursday morning. Death was due to heart trouble and dropsy. Mr. More-doc- k has been in failing health for two years and his condition for the past two weeks has been critical. Mr. Moredock came to this county from Garfield, Breckinridge county about 35 years ago. Hq married Miss Mary P. Webb, who died a year ago. The deceased is survived by five sons, Arvin, Sam, Henry and Robert, of Owensboro, and Walter, of Henderson. Also two sisters and one brother, who reside in Breckinridge county. The funeral was conducted from the residence at .30 o'clock Friday afternoon, with services by Rev. R. F. Doll, pastor of the Walnut street Baptist church, of which the deceased has long been a member. The pallbearers were R. C. Calhoun, E. G. Adams, W. A. Carpenter, J. W. Bowlds, M Edison and B. E. Stroud. Owensboro Messenger. HEATH SISTERS HAVE A DOUBLE WEDDING. Miss Lizzie Heath, of Hardinsburg; Olen Dowell and Miss Nannie HeatK; ' both of Hardinsburg, were married in Cannelton, Thursday afternoon at the' Methodist parsonage with a double wedding ceremony. Miss Lizzie Blake, of this city, a sister of Mr. Blake, attended the wedding The bridal party returned to Hardinsburg the same afternoon.1 where' they were entertained at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Heath. Mr. and Mrs. Blake will reside in Cloverport. The former was a Sergeant and member of the old First Kentucky, when he went overseas. I The Farmers Bank and Trust Company, of Hardinsburg, has installed a new $3,3t)0 Mosler Safe, guaranteed to be burglar, mob and fire proof. The Hardinsburg Was Mecca for Politicans From All Over Counly safe weighs 7,150 pounds, and is said to bothc largest one between OwensWomen Voters Make Their Appearance In Large Numbers boro and Louisville. It was placed in Five Speakers On Program bank Monday. the Mr. Z. C. Hendrick, cashier of the bank said it was necessary to have this safe for the protection of their Monday was a big day in Hardins- - was bad enough and Article XI was customers to keep their bonds and , burg. It was the mecca for all the even worse. safety deposits. The Farmers Bank politicans in the county and they! Mrs. Graham Attractive Speaker and Trust Company is now one of staged One of the biggest political Mrs. Graham, who proved to be a the best and most enterprising banks rallies they have had in many a day. attractive public in the county. .Besides, it was the first day of Cir mostaudience first to speaker, moved her court ana mat too nau us at-- , to laughter. She first tears and then cuit commented on tractions. the Democrats by saying they believVoters, including the fairer sex as' ed themselves to have airy wings and well as the sterner, from all parts! expecting to fly right across to the of the county poured into the county glory of peace on Nov. '. Altho she seat bright and early so as to get their had a son in the war, and brought . business transacted before the speak-- 1 tears to the eyes of men and women ings, which were set for one o'clock. when she told of the pathetic parting ' By noon there was something like ' her eightec.i Succumbed to Automobile Ac- turn ttinncntirl npnnli thorp. Tlip rrnwrl with for overseas, year old son as he left yet Mrs. Graham was about equally divided in the mini-- 1 did not favor the League of Nations cident Saturday Afternoon supporters for both parties. She cared not for the so called prosber of On Bishop's Hill. Judging from the overflow gatherings perity the men were handing out at at both places, one side could not Washington, and thought if Governor Mrs. Pat Hawkins, who was re- boast of a larger crowd than the other.) Cox was capable of making such The City Hall, statements concerning the turning to her home Saturday after- gathered, was a where the Democrats most inviting place about 3 o'clock in a Ford car. with it's lovely floral decorations, and G. O. P. "slush" fund, he was not fit noon became firightened as the car started Mrs. John Fulton, of Bardstown, for being President. She lauded Hardbacking down Bishop's Hill, and captivated her audience as she de-- J ing for having a cooperative mind jumped out hitting her head on a Itvered one of the best Democratic and spirit. stone. Spectators of the accident speeches ever heard by any of the Colvin in Line For Gov. rushed to Mrs. Hawkins' aid, carried women speakers, who have campaignSupt. J. R. Mcador introduced Mr her to her home, which was near by. ed in this county. Colvin, whom he said was eminetly and she died in a few moments of Following Mrs. Fulton was the Hon. fitted for the next Governor of Kenconcussion of the brain. Mrs. Hawkins Ben Johnson, of Bardstown and tucky. Mr. Colvin replied by saying was in the car with J. R. Sanders and Washington, the popular Democratic. he had been a school teacher all his his daughter, Hazel, who escaped Congressman, who is a candidate for, life and was little accustomed to without serious injuries after the car , in November. From his flattery. Mr. Colvin stated he was not rolled over into an embankment. wide experience and his knowledge of in favor of woman suffrage, but now The funeral of Mrs. Hawkins was the inside of political situations, etc., that the women had the votes he Sunday after- Hon Mr. held from her home on held his hearers hoped they would make a better job noon. Rev. J. R. Randolph conducted spellbound Johnson for nearly two hours in' of it than the men He emphasized the service, and the interment fol- exhortation of the Democratic party. the fact that is was of more imporlowed in the Cloverport cemetery. tance for the women to be patriotic G. O. P. in Court House. Mrs. Hawkins was twenty-fou- r voters than partisan. "This election born in Breckinridge years old. and While the Democrats were holding should not be a partisan election. marriage', she was county. Before her forth in the City Hall, the Repub-- ; Democrats and Republicans should Miss Maggie Rusher, daughter of C. licans gathered in the Court House to vie with one another and vote for D. and Delia Sanders Rusher, form- hear Mrs. Marshall H. Coolidge, of America," he added. erly of Breckinridge county and now Minnesota, Mrs. John Graham, .of, Mr. Colvin stated that enough was living near Mattoon, 111. Louisville, and Hon. Geo. Colvin, made by the sugar profiteers in the Superintendent of Schools in Ken- last year to pay the soldiers' bonus tucky. that they wanted. He felt the League MRS. MARY BRASHEAR Mrs. Nannie Wathen, of Irvington, of Nations would imperil America BURIED IN LOUISVILLE chairman of the Republican women's He said Harding didn't Want a one committee in Breckinridge, introduced man government and preferred that Mrs. Mary Brashear, widow of Mr Mrs Coolidge as the cousin of "the, Congress should say rather than one Ben Brashear, and who lived here next vice pdesident." persoi. "America can not be in symabout eighteen years ago, died in Mrs. Coolidge expressed her belief pathy with Ireland and be for the Winchester, Ky., Wednesday night at in the idea that men and women should League " "I would like to see Amerithe home of her daughter, Mrs. Kirk come together and work out Govern- cans control America rather than any Leary. Her remains were taken to ment problems for the salvation of class of Americans. I don't want it Louisville, Friday and interred in Cave Americans. She noted the merits of controlled by labor or capital but by Hill cemetery. With Mrs. Leary, Mrs the Republican administration when good American citizens and the best Brashear is survived by xtvo more was in power, naming the protective way to have a better America is by daughters. Mrs. Robert Thompson, of it tarriff.. land grants, etc. She stated beginning with being better individAmarillo, Texas, and Mrs. Win. Walk- Article X in the 'League of Nations uals." he concluded er, of Tulsa, Okla. She was also the mother of the late Jule Brashear, and an aunt of Mr. Ben Ridgeway, JOHNSON-FULTON of Cloverport AT COUNTY SEAT, MONDAY TRAGIC DEATH OF The subscription sale to .the Bizet opera "Carmen," which comes to the Macaulcy's Theatre, Louisville, Oct. 7, H, and 0 is still open for reservations. All requests are being filled in the order of their receipt Ralph Dunbar the well known Chicago producer has given the opera a gorgeous setting and it's appearance here will mark epoch in musical and theatrical annuals. The name part is being sung by Lorna Doonc Jackson whose interpretation of the capricious "Carmen" is warmly acclaimed by critics throughout the United States. Miss Jackson is possessed of a wonderful voice of great range and dramatic powqr. MRS. PAT HAWKINS KY. S. S. ASSOCIA-TIO- N I I IN SESSION Opened Tuesday Afternoon in Louisville. Several Hundred Delegates Attend. C'port Represented. h The annual convention of the Kentucky Sunday-SchoAssociation convened Tuesday afternoon in Louisville. Several hundred delegates are expected to attend. Mrs. V. G Babbage, secretary of the Breckinridge County Sunday-SchoAssociation, and Miss Eliza May, of this city left Wednesday morning to attend the convention. The convention will hold three days and the main session will be held at the Highland Presbyterian church, while the department conferences will be conducted in other churches over the city. Supper conferences are planned for the evenings. Miss Nannie Lee Frayzer will preside over the Elementary Division meeting, W. J. Vaughan at the Adult Division Conference, and J. G. Wilkes at the Young People's Division. Many prominent speakers will address the convention and various divisional conferences. fifty-fiftol ol Kath-erin- n, j FIFTY MEMBERS OF ST. ROMAULD'S CONFIRMED Father Norman's Church Has firmation Day Con- j Hardinsburg. Oct. 5. (Special) Fifty members of St. Romauld's par-riwere confirmed Sunday morning. The services begun at 7:30 o'clock. Bishop O'Donoghue of the Louisville diocese preached the confirmation sermon. Rev. Father Norman, pastor of l, St. Romauld's, and Rev. Father secretary to the Bishop, were present at the services. sh Dris-col- MRS. KEARNS VISITS KY. FIRST TIME IN 42 YEARS. QUALITY OF TOBACCO BETTER BUT ACREAGE LESS S; F. Melton, representing the Imperial Tobacco Co.. who has been riding over this section inspecting the tobacco crops, stated to the Banner that if the weather was favorable from now on, the crop would exceed last years crop in quality. He said the acreage was about seventy per cent of last year's crop. Sebree Banner. ST. ROSE MISSION Mr. Frank Blake, of this city, and MRS. PATE UNFORTUNATE WITH HER RIGHT ARM. SPEAKS IN C'PORT; Mrs. Henry C. Pate is suffering from a fractured wrist sustained Sat- Local Democrats Hold Rally urday afternoon when she fell over a pile of dirt where a concrete walk With Hon. Ben Johnson and is being laid at her home on River Mrs. Fulton. Use Hardin's street. About four years ago, Mrs. Garage Pate was in an automobile accident in Louisville and had the same arm, that was injured Saturday broken in The Democrats of Cloverport held two places, and previous to that it their first rally Monday evening with was broken in one place. She was at- the Hon. Ben Johnson and Mrs. John tended bq Dr. Chas. Lightfoot. Fulton, of Bardstown, as speakers. Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Fulton motorwhere ed here from Hardinsburcr. MISS SMITH TO ACCEPT POSITION IN CONFECTIONERY they spoke that afternoon. Judge C. G. Branbandt called the TOBINSPORT ROAD IS NEARLY COMPLETED. Miss Ella Smith, who is the Cumber- meeting to order, and Attorney Moor-- 1 land Telephone Company's most ac- man Ditto, of Hardinsburg, presented The Paulin Contract Co., has com-- , comodating and efficient local opera- Mrs. Milton. Mrs. Fulton, who is a woman of pleted the Tobinsport gravel road to tor, resigns her place this week to acstrong personality, said that her only the M. E. church and there is about cept a position in Jone's new Con- objection to thte Democratic party d one and miles yet to finish, fectionery shop which is to be openwhich will be completed in about four, ed within a few days. Miss Smith was the device under which they know a stamped their more weeks. It is being built of Ohio ! has been with the Telephone Com- rooster's bound votes. "You and from to scratch, river gravel 10 inches thick and 10 pany for six years. Her succesor has the majority given our last Governor, feet wide. Cannelton Telephone. not been named. ll was cviuciu wicir nau uccn a iui of scratching among our Democrats. Now then, when you Democratic sisters hperm tn vnle rliantrf vnur ile- vice and make it a hen, and by all means be sure she s a good setter, Mrs. Fulton added and received a hearty applause amidst a roar of laughter. Mrs. Pulton touched on the race question, and the importance of phases of service We have the Democratic women making it a business to vote to off set the vote pi develop a repurpose: the colored population. Following Mrs. Fulton, was Judge Henry is broadly Moorman, of Hardinsburg, who made an introductory speech for Hon Btn Johnson, and in it he scored ,Our five some of his fellow citizens for being against the League of Nations and efficient service on all transactions. said they were men who had taken absolutely no part in the World War. Converical Banking Trust Business Mr. Johnson declared himself to be Savings Department Safety Deposit Boxes for and against the classes. He mentioned Cimeon D. Fess, of Foreign Exchange Ohio, who is campaigning in the interest of the election of J no. P. of Federal Reserve System. Republican candidate for Congress and who is Johnson's opponent Sell American Bankers Association travWe Mr. Johnson stated Fess stood for the vveattn of the country and not elers Checks. for those who made the wealth. Mr. Johnson brought out the fact Savings Bank & that the Democratic party stood for Co. the people, that the Federal Reserve Markit at Fourth act nad saved the country from a great panic, and that more than a Louisville, Kentucky million people in America own their homes by the aid of farmers loan bill. "There are 130,000 people in the State of Kentucky who know nothing ! I I I Kirk, Ky., Oct 4. (Special) Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McGary entertained to twelve o'clock dinner Sunday in honor of their cousin, Mrs. Hattie Kcarns and niece. Miss Gertrude McAtcer. Pittsburg, Pa., and the reunion of their twelve children Mrs. Kearns had been planning this trip to Kentucky, for forty-tw- o .years, or since the visit of her brother, F. J McAteer in 1870-7- 8 She was delighted with her visit and the hospitality of Kentucky people. A social party was given in the evening in honor of Miss McAtcer. Those present were: Misses Gertrude McAteer, Annie O'Reilly, Ruth Agnes Jarboc, Margaret Ryan, Sheila Pool, Virginia Rhodes, Georgia, Thresa, Frances and Lena Ward Irene and Regina Rev; Deari JosePh Hogarty Grause, Margaret, Ed Morrison, IrvMcGary. Messrs. win dc neaiu .every .dvcii- - ington; Harry Cosby, Joe Bickett, and ing Next Week. Interesting John Whalen. Flaherty; Francis Dillon, Arkon, Ohio; Allen Rhodes. Bud Speaker. Grause, John, Dud, Bill, Ernest, Percy and Isadore McGary. Mr. and Mrs. The mission at the St. Rose church Herbert McGary and baby Howard, will begin Sunday, October 10, ac- of Kirk; Eugene McGary; of Muskee-goMich.; Mrs. A P. King and cording to the announcement made by Rev. Father J. S. Henry, pastor of children, of Louisville. St Rose. It will he given by Rev. Dean Joseph A. Hogarty, of Lebanon years he Ky., where for twenty-fiv- e has beei the efficient pastor of St. Augustine's church, a congregation numbering 1,500 members. Father Hogarty is an interesting speaker, and may be heard every evening next week at 7:45 o'clock. MINISTER FOR 47 YEARS SALARY NOT OVER $350. OPENS SUNDAY Kin-chlo- e, n, Rev. J L. Reed, an aged minister, related to delegates of the seventy-fift- h annual Louisville Conference of Methodist ministers held in Russelville last week that he had been a minister n years and had never had a salary that exceeded $350 a year. He stated further that he to live on the salary paid him 12,000 souls, and had managed has been instrumental in saving without incurring cebt. Rev. Reed lives at Sonora, Ky. forty-seve- Nothing is Ever Really i one-thir- Service many but only one To lationship that Helpful. departments Render thorough and en about the League of Nations, nd you intelligent voters who do know should make every effort to protect yourselves against those who don't," he declared Congressman Johnson said he was not in favor of taking money away from the farmers to put in the State treasury and use against them. He had the interest of the laboring man at heart and was in favor of the masses having an equal deal. He dwelt at length on the merits of the League of Nations and claimed it was the surest means of keeping America out of war, and that it could not be proven that Article X would be the means of making a police force of the American boys. HAVE BASKET DINNER AT BANDY'S PUBLIC SALE. At the public sale on the farm of the late Geo. L. Bandy in Irvington, a basket dinner was spread on the grounds and guests who enjoyed the tempting food were: Mr and Mrs. J, V. St Clair, Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Claycomb and daughter, Ruth Lois; Mr and Mrs. Jesse Henderson and son, James; Mr. and Mrs. Owen Parks and two sons, Russell and Elroy; Mr. and Mrs. Felix Carden and daughter, G. A, Claycomb, Alice Mesdames. Bandy, Rollie Carden, J. C. Kurtz and daughter, Pauline, Mrs.. Percy Henderson. Messrs. Henry Bandy, David Claycomb and Jno. D. Babbage. Accidental Chance has'nt any real place in this old universe after all. A vital, working law governs all things, silently, unseen and sometimes unfelt until big consequences show that all the time God's Law has been the leaven at work. The growth of this Bank has not been accidental or haphazard but has been the outcome of keeping to sound banking principles and apace with financial conditions. s Member Has-wel- l, established on the basis of Achievement and it is on that Basis we Ask your Patronage. is WE PAY 4 PER CENT ON TIME DEPOSITS AND SAVINGS. Our Success Lincoln Trust BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG. KENTUCKY BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs Maston Basham, are the happy parents of a, baby girl, Mary William, born Sept, 28. 44 The Bmk That Mikes You Feel At Home" PAGE TWO4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY compantcd by Mrs. Beard's mother, Mrs. B J. Robinson, Miss Martiuia Monarch has return- cd from a three weeks visit with rcl- atives in Louisville. Coleman Haswcll, Louisville, was j,c Rllcst of his father, John P. Has- well, Mrs. J. C Ovcrby and son, J. C. Ovcrby, left Monday for a visit with relatives in Kansas City, Kans., and Denver, Colorado. Mrs. Raymond T. Dowcll has re- turned from a short stay in Louisville. mid-week. OCTOBER I, 1M0 Women of the Baptist church on Sept aotli, and held special observance of week of prayer for state missions, Miss Ccllia Owen of Florida; Mrs. T. H. Moorman and Mrs. W. A. Moor- man, of South Dakota, were the guests of honor. J, B. Hoskins and family, visited in Fordsville, last Sunday. Mesdamcs E. L. Robertson and J. R. Wilson were in Louisville,, last week shopping. Mrs E. B. English and children, also her mother, Mrs. Dejarnette, spent Sunday afternoon here with Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Harper, and attend cd church Sunday evening, Mis3 Lena Smallwood visited in Irvington. rccchtly. Mrs. Alvin Eskridge, who has 'been very ill is much improved. You Guard Against Burglars, What About Rats? But In the County HAPDTMQPTTPr James N. Payne. Clark3on, arrived Saturday to visit hir brother, Judge S. B. Payne, and Mrs. Payne. Mr. and Mrs Domic Shccran and son D Austin Shecran, were the week-enguests of Mrs. Shccran's brother Mr Ray Pate and Mrs. Pate of Clovernort d ' i. i t francis union ictt inursuay mr Akron. O, after a two weeks visit Chas Bowlds, Glen Dean, made a with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. business trip here Wednesday, I W . !,.,! !?1!,a,Mlitn.i. , "J1""' , jv.sw j. .. Miss Ann Hendnck lias accepted a as saleslady, with Bowmer : 'position u "fcJ "d- - " & Reeves. it., ir:.. nni..isn.. .n...l . .. c.....i... r tf ... .i ....i -' " ": K1WU ? Mrs. Boslcy and daughter, Miss ,Q "'AT""'L'" , Street, B1U propcrty on Laura Bosley, Chenault, arc visiting r.n.lnv MiMiss Mavmc Morcman. of Crest ami Mm Will n.nvia ami rliiM. Iikf Jr II. I CtKnIiontnti. View, Fla , left Thursday for Vine ren, of McQuady, we're guests of Mr. ' and Dr. Stephenson. Grove, after a few days visit to Miss and Mrs Clint Davis. Sundav. Watlington, Basin IKVlNtjIUN Miss Judith "Sue Board. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black, of C MrS' ' " Uo.ul 1,? n?r;n Mr. and Mrs. James Norris and Woodrow, were in town Monday ., Mr N H Wat . Mr , ' Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Board were at irT, pa.rC'.ltS' iIr a"d MrSl Ja 'Alfred Taylor was in Custer, Friday. MOOK and Mrs'b. O. Bailey have ,.- -' B""(leb"l-'rKson speiu rr.iuay m Mrs. U. U. Micllman lias returned turned from a three weeks visit with . u ?.. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lucas ajid Louisville. from Akkron, 0., after a visit with relatives in Virginia children, of Clarkson, Ky. and Miss Mrs. James Norris was called to her son, Mr. Hobart Shcllman, and will be host to Miss Evelyn King Garfield, to sec her nephew, Roy Sophia Lucas, of Kmgswood. arc visMrs. Shellinan. the .00 Club this afternoon iting their mother, Mrs Martha E. 1'. mormon has purchased the Mr. Georee Picirott. Louisville, spent Lurry, who died of typhoid fever, Mrs. Ann Hook propcrty of J. L. the week-en- d Mr. and Mrs J L. Norris. Mrs Lucas and children. with Mr. and Mrs. W. Miss Ida Carman visited her sister, McGary on Second street Possession j, piggott. Tom Durbin and Miss Bessie Richard ' Mrs. Oscar Nix, and family, last week. has bceii given. Miss Margaret Conniff assisted at son were at Brandenburg, Friday. Evercttc. the little infant son of Mrs. Edd Lex. Louisville, is the t? u ci,tt..,- -, Mrs. Sue Board aftnr havinir neni rnU riant List Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson, died guest of her son, Joe Lex. .week. Miss Mary Cornwall being on the summer with her sister, Mrs. Mar- - last' Monday and was buried Tuesday M. D. Beard was in Holt. Friday. thc sjck n,t. garct Talbott. returned to Louisville, at Fairvicw cemetery. Mrs. E. Mcador and baby. Custer.' ticSoe AiimV and Margaret Gibson. Thursday. who has been the guest of her sister, Louisville, spent the week-enMrs. Marie Witt' and son. Jimmie. ' Mr. and Mrs Wright and daughter, with Mrs. D. C. Walls, and Mr. Walls, has thoir parents. Mr and Mrs. J. B Gib- - Louisville, were week-enguests of Nina, Rena and Mabel, of Canncl- ' ton, Ind., arc visiting Mrs Ella Gra- returned Mrs Adoff Kaelin. son Mrs. J. R. EskridRC, Mrs. Sallie M. l" pv;imte nf Rpv .nnH Mrs R. I. Sle.i- Mrs. I. L. Norris went to Lexincton. ham and Mr and Mrs. John Priest Beard and Mrs. Howard Hook, were maker, Hiseville, have received cards Saturday, to see her daughters, Miss- - and other relatives. the guests of Mr and Mrs. S. H. Hen- - announcing the arrival of a daugh- - cs Elizabeth and Clare, who are there Mr. I P. Pile visited at Harned, ninger, West View, Thursday. attending Sayrc College. last Sunday afternoon. ter. Eleanor, Sept. 20th. Paul Wilson, Moravia, spent Friday Misses May Allgus and Nellie Mae Mr. and Mrs. S. F Laslie visited at Miss Louise Tucker, a returned . here on business. Bib Clifty and Lcitchfield, Friday and Missionary from Shanghai, China, Taccfield. Louisville, were week-en- d Mr. ana Airs. ai. u. ueard has re- - Kave a splendid entertainment at thc guests ot Miss Kuby Norris. Saturday ui.iicu irum iuuiavmc i ncy were nc- - Baptist church on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs Ben Norris motored flA'R'RTRT.T) GLEN DEAN Aar to Lonstantinc, tor tne weec-ciiMr. and Mrs. B. H. Snringate atMiss Sadie Hall, of Hardinsburg, Mrs. W. J. Piggott left Tuesday for ( spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Memphis. Tenn., to attend a Confer- tended church at Custer, Sunday. Mr and Mrs. R. A Smith, of Steph- - J. T. Jones, ence on Racial relations. The M E. Miss Effie Whitler returned recent-Mchurch. South having appointed a ensport, are visiting relatives here and Mrs. Taylor Dowcll and ly from a visit to her aunts, at committee to study the subject and e Havron and Emma Lee, son and Leitchfield, and is in the project plans. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace office here again after an absence of Misses Evelyn and Pauline Wag four weeks. goned visited their grandmother, Mrs Brown, at Woodrow, 'Sunday. Rev, and Mrs. R. O. Penick and Mrs. J. T Jones entertained the Addie Bri.vi, in Louisville, last week I "" '?' ft&JV" !Y-J- -.. -., I I ". I children, of Hodgenville, were here Saturday the guests of her brother, Dr and Mrs E. C Harncd. Rev. Penick and family will visit hclatives in this county for a week before lcav- ing for Kansas, where Rev. Penick has accepted a call. Mr. and Mrs. Laslic motored to pton. Sample, Sunday V. C. Jolly and Mrs. Bcttie Lee Mrs. Tom Gregory is visiting McCoy were in Hardinsburg, on busi- - friends at Harned. ncss, Friday. Miss Nancy Board attended the Misses Clara Footc, Laura Mcll funeral of her uncle, Mr Sam More- Stith and Messrs. Ben Wilson and dock, who died at his home in Owens- rooic, spent vv.ccincsciay even- - uoro ing with Miss Mary Louise Harda- Mrs Ben Bruington and daughter, wav Margaret, are on the sick list , tm A...I fB T?- T) tln.n..M.. It T ur r w 111c ""-"lay v.u.npiuii.. ..... ll. Kuc tne week-enat valley station, witu of Mrs Will Stinnett, Monday Mr and Mrs. Dalph Bunger. Payne, Mr Cliff Payne , 'and daughter, Anlia Ray, of Harned, has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. G, O. Blanford, and Mr, Blan- ford. Mr. and Mrs "Pete" Smith and son, Ncvin Smith, of Rock Haven, Mr. and Mrs, Z. T Stith and Miss Maggie B. Jolly, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Geo Com- 1 l- ... Rats steal millions of dollars' worth of grain, chickens, eggs, etc Destroy property and arc a menace to health. If you are troubled with rats, try RAT-SNAIt will surely kill them prevent odors. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Comes in cakes. Three sizes, 35c, 03c, $t 33. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Clov- erport, and is. is Heard & Co., mra- insburg, P. d . af v.-..r- .. . i.- i - I I T 1 Seed Wheat We are 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 - ! M" I i d Autumn Millinery This year, I again have on display at my residence, a very select line of ladies' and children's hats in the prevailing styles of the season. Your patronage will be appreciated. .. Tlrinnliiif -- d i I 1 I d. I r. n, Clark-childre- post-wer- Rictirir T miicii1(p ntlfl ' ' ' "" lather Hol.eran confirmed last Saturday. Miss Jacie week-en- d nineteen liliniJilJlLfilliUlUllfiil Mrs. A. B. Cashman Ivy. Stepliensport, Rev. W. L. Baker arrived Saturday to take charge of the pastorate of the M. E. church. Mrs. Baker and daughter, will arrive later. Judge S B. Payne and Mrs Payne of Hardinsburg. spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs, A. T. Drane. Mrs. J. T Johnson and daughter, Frances McGlothlan Johnson, Louisville, visited Mr and Mrs. T. N. last week Miss Margaret Conniff went to Hardinsburg, Sunday evening to stay until Nov Mid. assisting Mrs. Sallie Beard in Campaign work. Mrs. Lucy Heron, Lexington, came home Sunday on a business trip Moorman Ditto, Hardinsburg, spent Sunday with Messes Rosa Lou and Medn Ditto, at the home of Mrs. Verda McGhee M Friday. with her parents, at Harned Paul Wilson, Moravia, .was in town Alexander spent the Our Stand It may be because it is a Presidential year; but ' it seems to be the fashion rt . . I ,s- - ( Q) M) CvvVH5'""" Incorporated to announce to the Public just what you stand for So rather than be left all alone, and apparently, not STEPHENSPORT Mrs. Sam H. Dix was in Clover-port. Miss Lena Payne was in Cloverport, last Tuesday Mr and Mrs. R A. Smith were Saturday Southern Optical Co. PERFECT. FITTING week-en- d field Rev. E S. Flynt, of Owensboro filled his regular appointment at the' evening. guests of relatives at Gar- SPECTACLES AND EVE GLASSES Kryptoka .nTiiib'e Bifocal Leni Southwell Corner 4th and Chartna Stb LOUISVILLE. KY. Baptist church Sunday morning, and Artificial Eyes Mr and Mrs. L. D. Fox and Mrs M A McCubbins were dinner guests of Miss Julia Ploch, Sunday Mrs. standing for anything, we wish to publish our Party Platform, which in reality has nothing to do with politics but is the understanding upon which we do business. Thd first plank is SERVICE which we believe must be Personal the second one, QUALITY which we endeavor to keep high; and the third one, ; H Vi- ir ' ,, relatives Monday. Misses W. J. Scliopp, who visited in Louisville, returned home I Furniture I I Will Save You Much I I More Than the I to Louisville I I I THE FREIGHT I Bruce Temple and Bessie Watlington were week-en- d guests of Mr and Mrs L. J Perkins at their country home near Amnions. Rev Shelly Gentry, of Milnu'ne, 111., wis t'e guest list week of his brother, Rev C H. Gentry, and Mrs Gentry. Mrs A. V Whitworth. of Valley Station, is the guest of relatives here this week Win Gilbert, of Owensboro. spent ti-''"st part of tic week here with his family. Mrs Finnie Martin, of Louisville, is here at her country home, near town e .."f w iy tk ;1 A BEWLEYVILLE Mrs. Mitildi Shaw, of Mystic, is visiting relatives here Miss Mary Louise Harda way left Friday for Frankfort', where she will again resume her study of music and voice, Mr and Mrs C M. Compton and Mr. and Mrs, Justice Jordan spent Sunday at Kirk, with Mr and Mrs.. Shelton Board Mrs. Annie Foote, of Owensboro, forwhich we beg your help; while the fourth one is MODERATE PRICES which is really marvelous when you consider . the first two planks. 'J We appeal to the Average Citizen to support our candidacy for. his trade. - U ?S WAR OLD RHEUMATIC THROWS AWAY HIS CRUTCHES &P "I am now 75 years of age, and for It number of years nave suffered with eczema and a severe rheumatism, itching. I was compelled to walk on crutches. I obtained no relief until to tako Num!cr 40 For The Have taken eight bottles and iMiiiiatism and the itching ec- ,i.a h all gone. On Christinas day 1 laid awav my crutches and get around pretty well without them. You have my permission to use this letter to advertise Number 40, as I feel that I havo received great benefit and will continue the treatment, believing I will receive more, and I wish to recommend it to other like sufferers to do aa I have donu and try Number 40 and get relief. With great pleasure I subacrlbo myself, Yours very truly, Isaac Ludwig, Deb intoxication, constipation, chronic and catarrh, liver, kidney and stomach trouble, nnd nil diseases arising from Impuro blood. Made by J. C. Mendcnhall, Evansville, Ind., 40 years a druggist. The best druggUt in your neighborhood sells Number 40, but If it happens that ho does not, send direct to J. C. Mendenlmll Medicine Company, Evansville, Indiana, and receive it delivered to you at $1.25 per bottle, six bottles for $7.00. rheu-inatls- Num. nhos, Ohio, March 17, 1017." Ijer 40 Is demanded in gouty condi tions, malnutrition, poisoning, auto- II S. W. Anderson Company INCORPORATED OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY S I "WHERE COURTESY REIGNS'' 9 8 Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE wrmiuwuuiniuiiumimim OCTOBER I, 1920 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE THREE d LIST OF CLAIMS A. II I Smiley --- --- .Wade Pile McDaniels ----- 200 4.00 2.00 4 40 2 00 4.40 Farm Lands For Sale! SPECIAL BARGAINS No. 1 189 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. Joe Glasscock Allowed By Breckinridge Coun- S. S. Galloway R. B. Moore ty Fiscal Court, April Term, Joe T. Sands - . - - - 1920. Glen Dean W. L. Cannon At a regular term of the BreckinJ. II. Sparrow ridge Fiscal Court begun and held in T. N. Fentress and for Breckinridge county at the C. II. Britc court-hous- e in Hardinsburg, on MonRockvale day, April 12, lO-'Present Hon. S, Henry Cary B. Payne, P. J , and the following Ira Burton named Justices of the Peace, Esq W, W. Baxter Rohhins, Kccnan, McCoy, Bennett H. F. Hall O. in Lodiburg, the guests the week-enof Mrs Macy's parents, Mr. and Mrs Milt Tate, The pfc supper given here Saturday night for the benefit of the school was enjoyed by all. The proceeds were 31.20. .... --- Mr and Mrs. S E, Tucker and family and Mr and Mrs. P. M Tucker A man is as old as hia organs ; ho attended a family reunion at Mr. and can be as vigorous and. healthy at 2.00 Mrs. M. B. Tucker's near Madrid, 70 as at 35 if he aids his orgar3 in 4 10 Sunday. performing their functions. Keep 2.00i Tha Young People's Society met at your vital organs healthy with Ephcsus, Sunday afternoon. Miss Virginia Payne, C. M. Payne 4.30 u.oo and daughter, Anna Rac, spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. II B. Moor2.00 man, near Garfield. 4 10 ! MAN'S BEST AGE COLD MEDAL 4.II0 and Howard. It is ortltred that the following claims he and arc hereby allowed: rt No. 2 290 acres, 8 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-- 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. The improvements consist of a splendid nine room house in first class condition with hardwood floors in dining room and hall. Has large stock barn, 50x100, and all other necessary outbuildings. Has large shady pard which fronts the county road. Place is convenient to both schools and churches. Price $12,000. $5,000 cash, balance in five annual payments. No. 4 550 acres, 4 miles from Hardinsburg, Ky., on county road, about 400 acres of this farm is practically level. Has two splendid sets of improvements, together with all necessary outbuildings. Farm in good state of cultivation. Price $12,000. $4,000 cash, balance in five annual payments. No. 5 86 acres, adjoining the city limits of Cloverport, Ky., has 20 acres of fine creek bottom, balance strong, rolling land, all can be cultivated and is a high state of cultivation. Improvements consist of a new five room 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 outbuildcash, balance in three annual ings. Price $5,500. One-ha- lf Houses for November Electtion MARRIED IN CANNELTON Hardinsburg No. J. C. Sills $.1.00 world's standard remedy for kidney, Masonic Hardinsbu.'s No. Mr. Lonnic E. Ater, of Webster, The bladder and uric acid troubles liver, Bradley-GilbeCo., Claim Lodge .1.00 and Miss Lula Rohhins, of Irvington, tinea 1G96; corrects disorders; stimulates 7.."i3 Hardinsburg, No. 3 R. G. Itemized organs. All druggists, three sizes. . 0.25 - 3.00 were married in Canuclton, Saturday vital Louisville Chemical Co., Gardner Look tot tlie name Geld Medl,oii eerjr bo 2. 2."i Hardinsburg, No. 4, Alf Taylor Brcckcuridgc News 3 00 Sept. 23th, by Mayor John and accept n imluiioo Geo. B. Bess, Election Balltown, B. F. Frank 3.00 l 4.00 Cloverport, No. 1 C. W. Commission claim Z C. Hcndrick, Ejection 3.C0 Fletcher 4 00 Cloverport, No, 2 A. Dent Commission claim 3.00 Cloverport No. 3, CloverJ. B. Carman, Election OCTOBER BARGAIN RATES FOR 4.00 Commission claim port Lodge - - - - - 3 00 A. T. Beard, Clerk Election Stephcnsport, City Hall 2 0(1 4.00 Moolcyvillc, Commission claim E. F. Eggart 2.00 Baldwin Law Book Co., Webster, M. Woodman 2.00 12. ."i0 Irvington, N. Gardner Claim itemized, 3 00 Bewleyville, W. W. Keith H. E. Critchcloe claim 2 00 Weekly, One iYear, Regular price? $2.00 2.90 Bib Spring, J. W. Meador itemized 2.03 Your home newspaper and Geo. I. Hammond, Rep. on Custer, Custer Lodge - 2 00 GoHagen Bridge - - - l,03.i80 Hudson, J. H. Comer 2.00 242.2: Mook, Joe Amies A. T. Beard Clerk claim 2.00 Hardinsburg Mill & EleMcDaniels, Dr. Hart 2.00 1.00 Glen Dean, E. L. Robertson 2.00 vator Co., Rockvale, M. L. Hart W. T. Dowcll, Supervisor 2.30 Daily, One Year by Mail Regular price - - - - $0.00 .11.00 Union Star, H. L. Bruner claim .00 On motion duly made, 'seconded V. D. Bennett, Supervisor. The great daily newspaper 12 00 claim (Continued next week) Dye Supervisor claim 30.00 A. J. Joe Beavin, Supervisor HARNED 21.00 claim Mr and Mrs. Mc Quiggins, of Mad"A. Wright, Supervisor G. rid, moved here last week. 30 00 claim J. A. Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Davis and Mrs B. F. May, of CloverJoe Glasscock Supervisor 0 This Rate Only During October port, were guests of friends here Sunclaim day and Monday. C. Glasscock, Supervisor A. Joe Smith died Thursday night after Send your subscription and your name either to the 10.."i0 claim a very short illness. The funeral serS. E Wilson, Supervisor Breckenridge News or to The Evansville Courier. Brightvices were conducted at the Methodist 2730 church Friday afternoon by Rev. C claim en the long dark, winter days by the weekly visit of The A. T. Beard, Clerk Board of L. Bruington, after which the remains Breckenridge News and the daily visit of The Courier. ---:io 03 were taken to the Scott cemetery for Supervisors ."i0.82 burial W. J. Hall Poorhouse claim If Sunday Courier is desired add $2.50. 0 00 Mr. and Mrs. Bowmer Smith and Steve Pool, Pauper Coffin baby, Inez, spent the week-en- d here Lon Blair, Bringing Pauper If The Cour.'cr is to be sent to points outside the first and 4.00 with relatives. to Poorhouse secend zones or m:re than 150 miles from Evansville add $1.00 H. J. Roberts, of Louisville, was J. E. Smith, Erroneous PLEASE TELL YOUR NEIGHBOR OR FRIEND OF THIS LIBERAL OFFER the guest of Rev and Mrs. C L. 2.00 assesment Bruington, Sunday. 201 H5 A. Mc. Meador. Jailor claim Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Macv spent It is ordered that the Election Officers of the- - November Election be and they are herby allowed as folio wes: Hardinsburg No. 1 . 1 HHI fltti - $2.00 G. A. Wright ZTTnc o 2.00 o hat J. E Monarch - 2.00 Dennie Miller ifrtffliUHil&l Ht2HHHiHC3Bvc25vAcH 2.00 Harry Bates ' Hardinsburg, No. 2 WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS '.on Taylor Beard a oo V. Smith 2.00 J. M. Butler - - 2.00 Marshall Norton Hardinsburg, No. 3 .... -- I 1 --- -- --- The Breckenridge News The Evansville Courier -- -- Both for $6.25 13..-i- -- ... . I i uJm IBLwrSSsSS Ihm ON iSlll'IS 1 J C. Dowell Win. Seaton payments. No. 7 55 acres, adjoining town limits of McQuady, Ky., about level, balance gently rolling, all cleared and in good state of cultivation with woven wire fence resi-dec- e it. Improvements consist of a large two-stor- y in good condition, a new stock barn, and other necessary outbuildings. There is a small orchard on the place. Plenty of water for both stock and family use Price $5,000. One-ha- lf cash, balance in three annual payments. one-ha- lf r Andrew Driskell Hardinsburg, No. 4 P. Shrewsberry Tom Miller C. F. Tinius J. M. Skillman Balltown T. M. Bates T. M. Hawkins -- V. B B. F. Tauf Joe Beavin ' -H. L. Morton L. V. Chapin Milton J. B. Gilliand- Frank Cloverport, No. No. 8 Cloverport, No. R. L. Polk -- 92 acres, adjoining the town limits of Mattingly, level and rolling the remainder rough. Ky., about one-ha- lf Improvements consist of a good five room cottage, stock barn, tobacco barn, and other necessary outbuildings. Plenty of water for both stock and family use. Price One-ha- lf cash, balance in three annual payments. Barry D. H. Severs W. W. Waggoner B. $2,-00- 0. No. 9 acres, adjoining the city limits of Cloverport, gently rolling, all! level and one-ha- lf Ky., about one-ha- lf fence. Improvements consist of a good five under good room brick cottage, with large porch around, a concrete and a large brick 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. ( 117 e, Cloverport, Squites J. E Black ; R. O. Perkins --H. H. Hardin Stephensport -- .... - ... .... ... .... ... ... .... .... .... ... --- -- 2 00 The Ostermoor For $30.00 The Mattress Builder's Masterpiece 2.00 2.00 t 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 .1.40 This mattress is literally famous the world over, wherever people sleep in a civilized way. It is built from "brains" and pure felt and is found in all the fine hotels, clubs or homes where the one object is to obtain the very best and yet the price is reasonable. The Ostermoor mattress weighs 45 pounds, is made in the full size; is filled with a pure cotton felt and covered in herringbone striped ticking; it will always keep its shape. all-lay- er 2.00 3.40 j 1 - 2.00 3.00 2.00 ::.oo I Blankets, Comforts & Bedspreads WOOL sizes. 2 2.00 3 00 2.00 3 CO , weight and superior quality; In fancy plaids, mohair ami ribbon bound; extra large BI.ANKETS Of good WOOL Also MIXKD Wool-finish BLANKETS COTTON-K- I , No. 3 -- I 2.00 3 GO -- 2.00 3.00 I price $U:.50. f ?1S.00.1D "5 Regular Cl T CA price ?20.00.$lf .)U Regular (frlA AO price Regular r no Blankets; large size; in pairs or single; stitched and ribbon bound; $10.50 value; Jq qq a pair tpOsd BLANKETS In block plaids; solid white or gray, with pink or blue border; mo $12.50 LLED COM FORTS 72xSl Inches; filled with good batting and having a serviceable covering; these are regu- A double bed comfort; size WOOL lar $.'i.0 comforts and not over two will he sold to a Q Q customer; special W. H. Gibson Lee Walls Win. Gilbert S. B, - - Laslie --- 2.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 4.40 2.00 4.40 2.00 5.20 2 00 2.00 5.20 3.00 2 00 2.00 3 00 Regular price $25.00. Regular (fcOC A A price $27.r0. p3.UU $&.3U 15J. UO COO CA hair b'ndlng; sale price, a pair CRIB value; $10.00 In attractf- SII.KOLINE COMFORTS With coverings alike on both sides; colors are pink, blue and green effects; size 7JxS4 ; dQ CA ut.$0 tive floral ami nursery patterns; colors pink or blue; priced at $2.98, $1.75, $1.59, $1.25 and pl.UU BLANKETS sale price ,'...f J.dll A LARGE qa comfort In pretty floral design of pink, blue, green and heavyweight SIZE COMFORTS cretonne-covere- d Union Star C. C Stewart J. T. Hesler Horace McCoy W.' L. Walls Mooleyville 'J. No. 10 miles from Hardinsburg, Ky., on the new Federal Highway, 100 acres level, 56 acres rolling. All under fence. Improvements consist of a good six room cottage. Large stock barn, and tobacco barn, and all other necessary outbuildings. There are 5 acres in apple orchard on the farm. Plenty of water for both stock and family use. There is also 65 acres of corn, practically matured which will go with this farm at the following price, $15,600. $5,000 cash, balance in five annual payments. 156 acres, 2 1-- 2 J. G. Frymire W. Cunningham W. F. Vessels - '- C. B. Cunningham Webster J. L, Parks R. D. StCIair O. M. Parks Mike Lyddan Irvington -W. J. Piggott L. B, Henderson ', J. B. Herndon John Akcrs --- .... .... .... -- .... -- ' COTTON BLANKETS Plain gray with pink and blue borders; double bed sizes; regular price $1.50; tfn ) our price WOOLNAP BI.ANKETS Nashua I'la'd Blanket! In a variety of light and dark patterns; size 01x70 Inches; regular price $5.75; A JrO j qq no An extra heavy, large size (70 by S2 Inches), with neat pink and blue ribbon binding; a white wool blankets $15.00 price tan; sale tfQ SPREADS fO pJ nf With HEMMED ' our- - price - - BATHROBE BLANKETS Serviceable, light and dark colors, with corn and frogs to match ; a regular $7.50 qua! Ity, special at Pr0 $19 quality WOOLFINISII RLANKETS Fancy plaids; In all colors; size COxSO; $S.50 value; slightly Imperfect; special (t a pair pD."0 a pair 06 pi.t0 qq beautiful satin finish ;slze SOx f0; heavy raised designs of special llnMi ; sale dy A price $1 JU r $6.50 LARGE SIZE BI,ANKETS In white, gray and tan, with colored borders ; size 70x80 ; $0.50 value; tale price, . di qq pr70 HemDOUBLE BEDSPREADS stitched crochet spreads, of good weight ami largo A rA size; sale price . BED SETS Scalloped sets, of spread ami sham to match ; full sizes In .Marseilles con-s'stl- ...i'r.DU $10.98 patterns price ; - -- , - 2.00 4.10 2.00 4 40 2.00 4.50 2.00 4.50 5.20 2.00 2.00 5.20 2.00 4,00 2.00 4.00 2.00 3.00 Bacon's For Household Linens BLEACHED HUCK TOWELS Plain white, In u large size and good heavy weight; a reg- - QC ular 50c quality ; on sale Monday ut. . . . .J DC STEVENS' CRASH TOWELING A plain white, bleached crash In a good heavy weight ; Ofl regular price H'Je; on sale Monday BLEACHED PILLOWCASES Mado of good cot-tohemmed and ready for use; size !IOx42 Inches; regular price 05c; on sale Monday at .OlfC , I Bewleyville No. 11- 165 1-- acres, 4 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. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON ut THE AR0VE FARMS INQUIRE OF J. D. SEATON, CUMBERLAND Cloverport, Ky. PHONE 29 J , Gilbert Kasey Amos Sipes G. O. Blanford Z. T. Stith Big Spring N. B. Board J. C. Lucas C. C. Martin W. T. Morris Hudson --, G. II. Royalty Sylvester Oliver J. Robinson Mc. Quiggins Mook O, II. Pile -'D. D. Webster . ( . 1 .... .... .... BLEACHED size. SHEETS Large-beInches, lionuned, ready for use; regu-lu- r price $LS0 ; on hale Monday ut ... d 81x00 $2.59 at.....fC n, TABLECLOTHS Hemstitched and round cloths, in pleasing designs; regular $3.J5 quality; on sale Monday ut tine-threa- $2.69 .... -- ... -- rn UNBLEACHED SHEETING A standard cotton, 40 inches wide; regular price A !$0e; special for Monday, yard "C Market arid 4th Sts. Louisville, Ky. PAGE FOUR THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CARTER'S LANDING Mr. and Mrs CLOVERPOJtT, KENTUCKY OCTOBER , 1M0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NeWSI JNO. D. BABBAQE, Editor and Publisher 24 YEARS AGO SLUMP IN MERCHANDISE NOT UNIVERSAL In Cloverport My stock of merchandise Patrick TeafT. a nrominent farmer Editor) Brcckcnridgc News: at Holt, Ky. Absolutely Hardinshurg, was in this residing near Just at present the papers arc full Clean Stock and No. 1 1920 city, last week. 1876 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS j,g reduction in merchandise, 0 Stand for right party. Rent ci.717. which has attcudancy to make the i!. reasonable, residence at.,". -- " nnl.t.VSUnsCRirTION RATES It. ". nVrvt',nr, I. on tl.nt -- ...,......-, -- .. ...- -. -" tached. Post office and ViSubtcrlptlon price $2.00 a year; $1.00 (or 6 months; 80c (or 3 monthi. Business Locals 10c noon tor our liamispmc young lailics, the tumDIc, and that tlicy Should be per line and 5c lor each ailiditional Insertion. Card of Thanks, over S lines, charged for at Railroad Station at door. Miss Add C G. Ditto, Louisville, Miss- the rale of 10c ner line. Obituaries charged (or at the rate o( 6c per line, moner In merchandise at the slorcs. at Apply your paper? II I. it not correct, plea.e notify u.. aance. Examine the label Margart Bownicr ""J""8.less price. much The greater portion ".. ',,,,,., " NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS L. D. ADDISON to oi this is ill print and (o) When you have finished reading your copy o( THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS hand It to Addison, Ky. Following merchants have agreed the consumer, t mend who i. not a subscriber; do not tnrow it away or uestroy it. I travel for one of the largest job- to close their stores at 7:30 o'clock p. in.: Win. Vest & Sons, W. H. bing hat, cap and glove houses in the OCTOBER 6, 1920 WEDNESDAY, Downier & Son, John D. Dabbage, U. S. My people arc absolutely tin- PERMANENT DENTIST I'olk & Gregory, Payne & Co., F. N. able to buy anything from the fac- D'Huy, F. Fraizc, Smart & Co., J. C. tories at any reduction from last "YOU SCRATCH OUR BACKS AND WE'LL SCRATCH YOUR'N." year's prices. In fact, the Eastern hat Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Noltc, Assignee. A nrnminptil I.nnivitli nif rrlmiit toll tilts fittillL' storV! (o) factories want more money for goods Office "Some weeks ago out in an Eastern Kentucky town, in the course of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brandenburg than we own them at also the case possibilities of busi- a conversation with the editor of the local paper on the MASONIC BUILDING have returned home and will take on much of the glove line The e ness, be remarked, 'yaw scratch our back and we'll scratch your'n.' mean- of the Cloverport Hotel. ics in most all merchandise lines are Hardinsburg, Ky. ing that if we advertised in his paper he would boost for us. The arrangeCo) loaded un on hieb Dricc raw materials. , ment is working fine. - They enjoy the highest price labor the Mr. Charles Dromfield, of Hopkins., r "Dmo ln.f rniiil it fi Iiirr Inner nnlri- - innmiln frnm Ins tnvvil rnlllr CU. i0 IJOdV L.OVCS .NIC UlU .MOlllCr, uenc .ox, oi country nas ever Known, Specializing In Trial Practice wanting some 'regular clothes that fit During the process! Uncle Hy Tate sprung one on s Cannelton Ind were married Tucs- -' the least production fromand gettinginto our store their ser.. .,., T) were last wcck mai aimu-- i Miujp.u mc . of fitting he ntimated that lie had some timber and mineral lands mat MURRAY HAYES de is me daugii- - vice ,... .. ........ ,. , worm developing aim would iiKe 10 mcci sonic iicupic wmi a iui ui uuvc iv.ix. ... ..o .,....., LAWYER is not a thing ,. ... ,ucr.. ' J' ' Coy who formerly at So far therewarrant a lower in sight nlilp n connect him tin with Side Walk Saw Something slimy v urrp mnn-Thrmicrli nur Unnnl nt Building present to price in rftrlit nartip Hn Iirnitirlit $7.-- . tn I.nnUvillp for a suit of clothes and tween the boards of the sidewalk got lived t1i. the general .line of merchandise beM LOUISVILLE if took a quarter of a million of Louisville capital back home with him That's a splinter fished it out and darned Miss Mattic Crocket and Miss Sallic fore 1921. Many big firms, such as it wasn't a Ford. Some time ago we reciprocity, 'He scratched our .back and we scratched his'n.' Hughes, ., Ayers Landing spent Sat- - mail. order houses are ofTcrine . rc- - More Than 20 Years Experience of t , . lip .... Alaniitactiirers ..... a inr meet- - noiiceu narry uarsi iuok uui ins iirnav .with ,, r :iiiiii Air. t .('fill if- - iiiiriinn. nr ill Tn .. !! tn rmisvi Krt.iil MprrhnntA anil ............ ..... held t j ill i.. i.a. in Louisville. Monday and made plans for carrying a ten weeks adver- - watch look at it shook it then put it Gavo'ck ," ing ' wlia'S . tllC ,'n Tpntr.-i-l Iy." Merchandise of kPlllirL-illir tip nttPlltinil of tO IIS Car. "SlZZCC Harry... ,.. .. ...... . ....-.- . ..c.nT rnnmaitrn . . nmv.ninr.u ml m.1... . I..1.P.. i....-u- . ll-r..- . (o) all kinds and thev have to raise moiiev llP Yep it s a the buying public that home merchants and manufacturers make and sell matter watch stopped? Dr. O. E. HART Jess ' Owen representing Pe?ile- - to meet their bills as the banks will I forgot to crank it up last Ford articles of equal merit at as fair prices as anyone else. Gaulbert & Co, Louisville, was here not let out any money on speculation It is estimated that seven million of dollars go out of Central Ken- - night It's dead as a dummy now. The government says to the Ambrose O Bryan, of Louisville, last week. tucky and Southern Indiana to business houses hundreds of miles from (o) National banks tell you costom- j. uurai.-- y. country reap rich harvests every came oown 10 home. Large mail order houses over the Irvington Nick Nctherton is back ers to sell their goods and get the went arounu to uie uacneior s year from the small town shoppers, uut what do they give in return? hc to Ins narcnts in Leitch- - money, I'or instance: When subscriptions were being solicited in tins county Club paid up his dues He was scar- - after a visit There is no speculation in .. future . . .. badly, thought he would be C1U and section of the State for the Ohio River Route where did the money ed pretty -pHvaVe citizens and our local fined for Says he. and ,f0"Chand,SC lme by come from? It came out of the pockets of . M v merchants Would we have, asked any of these distant mail order houses his brother, Lewis, have god jobsj . Mr. a home Monday, Pntrla!ne John W.I ln.e country has wonderful fide crops Will be in nit there are so many pretty girls to '" tjieir for a cash donation? ge&ipatlent with our home merchants because talk to they don't have much time Lew," and private secretary Mr. In othe words we to need goods. The ' Johnson. R. N. M Her, of Hardmstheir price are higher than other If wc would center more of our, for work. HARDINSBURG, KY., only thing Ior o Walter Wcisenbcrg, better known burg, and Jeff Jolly. buying at nome the honH merchants 'would have a larger volume of busi-- I and " J t ay in the boat be- W ness-t- hey could lessen prices and have more capital to draw from to as Hiney the Taxi man thought Glendeanc-N- ick on the Robertson went to cause he could handle an automobile spend on local enterprises. 'J .ft. .. ra" s wuu nvc car ioaus oi right. " Trv scratcuniT their hacks aw uic ami see if eventual v ticv don't scratch, nc couui nanaie uie oacncior goat. Well Hiney is now a sadder, cattle, your'n.' "Reciporcity isn't one of the lost arts so far, FOURTH MONDAY IN SEPT. John T. Ditto -(- o)but a wiser man. The goat squared Miss Georgia Robertson and her himself combed his whickers with his SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS A tempting lot of bargains are offered in this issue. front foot made a dash for Hiney. guest. Miss Vallandingham. of Carrol Hiney landed on his head in his pig ton, are visiting in Leitchfield. (o) of attendance in Breckinridge county, Pen under the river bank opposite and the entire State of Kentucky. John Weisenberg s Rcstuarant Hiney) Webster Miss Ella Kurtz is receiv- for the past twenty years has been can't say now he isn t the man the jng musical instructions in Louisville (o) 40 to .)0 per cent of the census. It hogs didn't get. ,i appears from these figures that the1 An Irishman walked into one ofj Misses Lula Coleman and Lena compulsory schooj law is securing a those Americanization schools and Matheny went to Louisville to visit verv appreciable increase in attend- - said. "Mr. Prefessor I want, to be their aunt, Mrs. H G. Stewart. (0) ance. If we can maintain this record made an American right away quick, Twelve schools visited last week tor a tew years we will never again mai so, sum uie yuui McDaniels Dr. R. H. McMhIIph had an enrollment of U." per cent of have in Kentuck y H0.000 men of mili-- ! would you make out of yourself if M! Ivv neanehamn wrrc nur. you become an Americanr might ried s the census The twelve schools had a tary age unable to read and write. M the h'ome'of the We have the latest models in fall wear. They nuke a yegg or some other kind of bride.s parentSi atMr. and Mrs. Clint total census of .lis. and the total enrollment of the same schools was VX2, ' Investigation has revealed that more ., Beauchamp come in colors and black and white, with a van.V '5:.V"4- I". "u" or !)," per cent There were in attend- than half the homes represented in (;il 1U, IIIC Jll.U, tL UI3ltpICtliVU "I (o) riety of novelty effects in trimmings. For correct in the above schools on the days the schools which I have visited have round the corner. ance Mrs. Sue Mercer and pretty Miss they were visited .1."9 pupils of (J'J no news paper or magazine of any ' Now Uncle Ben don't worry it was Mabel Chambliss, of Rockvale, are style at a moderately low price visit our millinery per cent of the census. The percentage kind coming to the home. Eighty us that caused all this trouble about guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Parsons, j tomatoe crops It was William department. -(- o)of Pana. Ill If he don't Holt Sixty cents a barrel was the look out I'll shoot him with a Ben Davis annle or call out the Farm best price paid for apples here. (o) Marines. You arc getting to be some found a head of clov- poet and if I could find that red head cr Albert Baum 112 seeds. containing ed girl you sang about wc could sing (o) ...PERMANENT... y A' uui niai.uii lllllll. yjlivi.1 iiuiiii., :.,o..wi yjif vi,n. f ine iuuiuuig uuiti lu .1 wiic ui n, Is Home Without a Wife. J Keys, Jr., a girl on the 17th. Joe Mulhatton, Jr. -- EIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY I I R. S. Carter gave a dinner in honor of Mr, and Mrs. R. C Carter, of Washington, D C, Mon day, Those present wcrcr Air and fro KtitriMif f.rnnnwnnr1 mill nn. Everett, Frank and Allic Greenwood;! Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carter, Mr. and (ra "" , Rat ,r.rrrnwnn.l. ' Hubert firccn- , 7 Greenwood wo oa V 'J1,,. if . c, l Alfred Miller and fam- Mr and y. Foyd said he eat so much unit-- , ton couldn't look a sheep in the tacc i for thirty tlays. Frank Greenwood I after eating mutton for an hour called for a clean plate and some cabbage. Claude Greenwood wouldn't cat mutton. Said there wasn't but two things he liked. That was the girls and fried chicken. They had a time with Old Mull He cried because he couldn't eat at the first table When, he did get to the table he insisted on eating preserves and pie the first thing. His paw grabed him and took htm around ' the woodshed. I lien the band play For Sale-- - .,"....'". ?",' ""' '",'? ...!.. " -,- ",,, mis-leadi- factor-charg- mi-K- -- Tr.-wl- lie-,- 1606-7-- 1 Inter-Southe- ( -w ... ...... -- ir. .. I . v -- , I I ,,...",..,.. VETERINARY SURGEON a I RfiM! Sfan'ts onEueH I I " " "r0'k " f i', I .fltvi SCHOOL NEWS AND VIEWS l .., LADIES' HATS FOR FALL AND WINTER t f" k1 - I X A Wea-therho- lt, DFL. W. B, il. til. til I'.' M. p. m. to b p. ni. TAYLOR during Irvington, j I tj. e.... u. I i TJ C DENTIST Aiw.ry. In nfltce ofltce hours NEW FALL SUITS Thprn ( Office Hours: I Ky. 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. Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co. Hardinsburg, Kentucky qFWINDMACHINFiJl All I per cent of the children in the schools new church at Raymond, where Rev. visited had not read a line in any Will English, of Stephensport, is now newspaper or magazine m tne past pastor. two months, neither had they read a Co) book of any kind in the part, year. Chenault Miss Claudia Frymire has returned from a visit to her grandDeans school, Mrs. J. C. Falls, father, Sam Elder. pie supper on Wed teacher, had a Co) nesday night of last week from which Hardinsburg Mr. Richard May and $7 00 was cleared for the benefit of daughter. Lucy have returned from ai c i. uic nctuuiivy iiiuuicua u... iiuiuc ou- - visit to Mrs. Emma Stum. Mr. May's ciety. recently married daughter, of Han cock county. The Bobtown school, Miss Leatha Brown, teacher, had a pie supper on HOW SMALL IS A Wednesday night; and the Moorman BABY'S BACK? school, Mrs. Roscoe Wroe, teacher had a similar entertainment on Satmany perished last And yet urday night. We have had no report year in the how East because they Near of the amount of money raised by Had no clothes to cover them When these schools. men, women, and children are dying of exposure in a frigid climate, the We can never have a thinking pop- most despised and garulation until we first have a "reading ment is priceless to them. Whether population." Can teachers do some- faded or worn, patch upon patch, if thing to stimulate an interest in read it has warmth it will serve To Save ing? It seems ,to me that they can a Life In Armenia. create an interest in reading at the Please look over your possessions school and this interest will spread to and send all contributions to Miss the home. Current Events is a little t n flM nl ,.,.. .,..l.t:e.,l imiriuuii, .uiim ,..l-l.- . " '' "" '"'- - "'.. '". Hardinsburg, Ky. i be sent in quantii schools and ties to the teacher and may then be WHAT A WOMAN'S distributed among the pupils, It is trrtTi? No published at Columbus, Ohio, and will be sent to the address of the teacher SIle rose at eary ,iawnin in quantities tor 20 ceiits for each Aml 5tole .oftly down ie stairs subscription until February. Use two Lest ,he ,,louia wakcn from tI)cir dreams, i , I out-of-da- te 1 ctrnntr. tnllr nf Knilrlitirr n Men and young men who need 'fall clothes will do well to see our line at once. Our selection the latest models of high grade fabrics tailored to suit your fancy. MATTINGLY s'all : BROS. & JARB0E KIRK, KENTUCKY FARM FOR SALE A farm of 200 acres, 3 miles north of Hardinsburg, Kentucky, a new seven room dwelling, two good barns, well fenced, good water. Price and terms reasonable. 1- -2 '.,,, "v"" 1.. r f- "", Il 1 M ALLEN R. KINCHELOE, Attorney Hardinstiurg, Kentucky 1 i M-A- MAllnrc u.i-- .a Makes Lower Prices , I irreatly ndiiiiil nrlcvs. Whim Ko'h new and used machines Ult our storn nhm Itolarr at S37.S0. fine Pron Head Machine at $17.50. Uie. I'artg and fiinnl!ei for All mntces. Wedouxiiort rtnilrinip i'l nuifti Mnri fh hA..i . of jour machine toiMund wo will return It iriioil (in new. j J SSehfiSfSf1 $750 We buy, jH, trade and exchange. See us.. or raise two dollars m some other way and order ten copies of the paper ior me use oi uie scnooi. u win ue welt1 spent. nf fliA "nitt- cttrri..e'p yj, n.v. h'si'i"- - -- i.-.(i- ta, .. oamtc Tle wce oneS( there, And before the watchfui timepiece r Could announce ,i,e .troke The coffe... (ragrance wafted To her lord as he awole. half-hou- If You Are Looking For I Louisville Sewing Machine Exchange, low ai cot m t wumtT ummicTir. Remember you are to teach your pupils to be citizens and not to be teachers If any will elect to be teach- ers let them dp so of their own free will and accord. I ll HP2 school a number of the pupils had read "Buffalo Bill", "Wild III one Ur Iiusi"ess is to Manufacture EYEGLASSES 11-- 8 l68 I11VV SPECTACLES a"J lhc l ,,e Uest You Can Gct Arc nly Safe Kilul To Wear" M WMm hMI--I H The dishes next she tackled And then she made the beds And many a cry she answered And kissed the curly heads : The McQuady school gave 011 ice And tied up poor bruised fingers cream supper recently which netted And looked for Brother's gun $23.39, which sum was given to the And found the scissors and a book Kentucky Children's Home Society. ' And start-- d all thrlr fun. book they had read was Crusoe. Shadow of Peril." The only Other Robinson West" "Jesse James." and "In the ,abIe ,et,ins And a The brcad wai put t0 ri,C The doUghtmU mid( ,he ,pIce cake made And toothsome apple pies, And then the babIel wakencd And came toddling to be dressed, Their laughter (aces all aglow With youth's untiring zest. Good Used Cars You Will Be Interested In These We Offer For Sale The Values Will Be Readily Appreciated If You Take Time To Investigate Them 5 I I ' J I i i Mr. Driskell and Miss Sherrau, the teachers, report that the receipts The broom and mpp were would have been much larger had rUtza hosed off clean, weather conditions been more favor- - An aeent with an atlas alilc. i marshalled, The Fourth District Educational Association will meet at Horse Cave on October 14, 15, and 10. The program is about ready for distribution and a splendid meeting is assured by those in charge. Teachers who attend will be allowed the two days from school. Every cruel act hardens the heart and blunts the sensibilities. All animals appreciate kind words and gentle treatment. Arrives upon the scene The phone bell summons often, A neighbor makes a call, "She'll stay to lunch," Why yes I of course No trouble I Not at all I Then lunch and dishes over She mends some ragged socks And puts the babies In their cribs And picks up scattered blocks, And while they are sweetly sleeping She seizes hat and coat , l'uts on a dab of powder, And soes calmv out to vote. Mrs. L. A. Heldel, In Rutland Herald. .4 I HERCULES 5 PASSENGER Touring 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 IF YOU WANY A BARGAIN COME TO SEE US LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY LEWISPORT, KY. OCTOBER'S, 1M0 I flljp iBrrrkntrUiijr NruiB ' THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY MHs Mary PAGE FIVE kS w K :j Mrs Judge Kirkham and daughter, Kirkham and son, John Kirkham, motored here Sunday from WEDNESDAY, 1920 Corydon, Ind , via Louisville and were 6, OCT. Of Personal guests of Mr and Mrs. W. J. Wordc.i Eatered t the Virt Office it Cloverpert, Ky Mrs John Kirkham, who has bee i at iccond ctj matter. visiting her parents, Mr and M s Jccph D. DeHuy Wordcn, motored home with M 1TVD BAH tinlfiitiii Kirkham, Mrs. Kirkham and Mia Wctb Miss Fitts" of Vermont. ANNOUNCE. Kirkham. The double wedding of Miss Esther Precinct and City Oflicei- 2 W) Mrs. Carrie Sills has returned to Ruby Fitts and Mr. Joseph D DcIIuy, county Ulhce- a.in no her home in Detroit, Mich, after be- of DcLand, Fla,, and Miss Alice For State mil tlliitrlct f)n.r .tisoo For Calli, ,per 'line - .10 ing the guest of her parents, Mr. and Downing and Mr. Harold W. Fitts, .10 ror arui, per lin Mrs II M. Blair, of Hardinsburg. was solemnized at the home of Mrs. For all Fuhlicatloni In the intereit o( Homer Fitts, on September l., in Mrs. Sills has a position as Individuals or expression of individBarrc, Vermont Rev Frank O. Hok-crual viewa, per "" .10 for Ford Motor Company. pastor of the Univcrsalist church uoo Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mattingly arc in officiated at the double ring services. STARK-LOWMA- N CO. In the first wedding, Miss Fitts was Fordsvillc spending this week with Louisville Representatives given away by her brother and Miss relatives. ooo Downing acted as bridesmaid The Mrs A M. Miller accompanied Mr second double ring marriage followed and Mrs. Liudscy Graham to their immediately, Mr. and Mrs. DeHuy home in Lafayette, Ind., where she acting as attendants. will visit them during the month of Both brides were gowned in handMrs.R. B. Pierce is in Glen Dean. October. some pure white georgette dresses, o Mr", Allen Pierce,! visiting her son, each carrying a shower bouquet Miss Margaret Sutton, of Owensand Mrs. Peirce. The young people received hearty boro, was the guest of Miss Susie congratulations and were showered ooo Mrs. Joe J. Sawyer and children. Squires, Saturday and Sunday. with many costly gifts Mr. Delluy's uo o Misses Jane and Mayme Bannon Saw-yMrs H M Blair is in Toledo, O., gift to his bride was a platinum and Charles E. Sawyer were in visiting and from there she will go to brooch set with diamonds, and that Louisville, Saturday, shopping. j Detroit, Mich., and Windsor, Canada of Mr. Fitts to his bride, a string of pearls. before returning home. Miss Pearl Blair is at home in HardMr. and Mrs. DeHuy after stopping -o o in Burlington insburg, after a visit in Louisville, with J. D. Seaton, Lon Temple, Dick a week or ten and New York City for her sister, Mrs Golda Dupps. days will sail for Perkins and Port Thompson have reooo Fla, to Mr. DeHuy's home from a live days trip to If you want an accordion pleated turnedArk , where they Went in view Mr. DeHuy, the largest jewelry skirt, see Mrs. R. T. Polk, Clover-por- t, dealer in DcLand, is also very prominof buying of land Ky. ent in social circles. He met Miss ooa ooo Mr. J. D. Shaw, of Louisville, vis- Fitts while she was spending the winMrs. Albert Cockeril and children ter of 1918 with her mother in spent the week-en- d in Louisville the ited in Hardinsburg and Cloverport, Barre (Vt.) Daily Times last week. guests of Mr. Cockcril's parents, Mr. Mr. DeHuy is the son of Mrs F. ooo and Mrs. W. H. Cockeril. N. DcIIuy, of DcLand, and is a nepMrs. V. G Babbagc went to Sunday to see her mother. hew of Mrs J. N. Cordrey, of this Mrs. W A Roff and sons, Marion Clay and Claude Meyers Roff, of Mrs. Sue Footc, from there she will city. He was born and reared in Owensboro, returned to their home. go to Louisville to attend the Ky. S. Cloverport, and moved to DcLand Sunday after a three days visit to S. Association, and then to Hazard, several years ago. ooo Mrs. Roll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Ky, where she will make an extended visit with her son, A. Wallace Bab- Miss Pate Hostess C. Pate. bagc, and Mrs. Babbagc. oo To A Dinner' Party. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ridgeway were in Louisville, Friday to attend the (Special) Hardinsburg, Oct. tuneral of Air. Kidgeway s aunt, Mrs. HILL ITEMS Mr. L Hobsdn, of Louisville, was Miss Viola Pate entertained with a Mary Brashear. . o'clock dinner Thursday at her O the guest last. Sunday of Miss Sclma twelve on Third street. Her guests home I have one good wheat drill for Sippei. Sheeran and sale Julian H. Brown, Cloverport, Ky. Miss Laura Sattcrfield has returned were:D Mr. and Mrs. D. Mr. Mrs Austin Sheeran, oo to her home after spending two weeks son, Beauchanip and Missand Agnes aJMr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrison and with her brother, C. W. Satterfield. Wm. children, Wallace and Mildred Mor- Mrs. Sattcrfield and friends on the Jarboe ooo rison, spent the week-en- d in Louis- Hill ville. Clean up day made a marked im- Hen. Ben Johnson ooo Entertained in Hardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. James Burke and provement on the Hill yet 'twas with regret that we missed an old land sons, of Louisville, are guests of Mrs. Hardinsburg, Oct .". (Special) Burke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas mark. An old tree under the branches Mr. and Mrs John O'Reilly gave a of which children have played for Lewis. generations and the tree furnished siv o'clock dinner Sunday evening in ooo Johnson, of Bards-towBernard Lewis, of Omaha, Neb , is shade for pedestrians and laborers re- honor of Hon. Ben included Hon. Ben The guests the guest of his father, Mr. Henry turning at the noon hour from a hard morning's work. We never looked at Johnson, Mr. and Mrs Cleve Heudrick Lewis, and Mrs. Lewis, ooo that tree and another one on the and children, Sarah Elizabeth HeuMrs. Marvin Shrewsberry and Mrs road side on the Hill without repeat- drick and Zeno Hendrick. ooo Haycraft spent Saturday in Tell City. ing: ooo Plank-Jone- s Wedding "Woodman spare that three, Mr. John Felix Jarboe, of Minnea- Touch not a single bough." Takes Place in Louisville. polis, Minn., arrived Saturday and M. Mr. Harry Hambleton spent two L. Sterrett Jarboe, of Caliente, Calif . days in Hawesvillc. last week. The marriage of Miss Jessie Cathis expected this week to see their Mrs. Mary Dunn, of Tulare, Cal , erine Plank and Mr Ray Jones, both father, Mr. John C. Jarboe, who has was the week-en- d guest of Mrs. C. of Owensboro, took place in Louisbeen critically ill. Tuesday, Mr. W Satterfield. ville, Sept. 18. condition was considered better, Miss Christina Keil went to Tobim-porMrs. Jones is the .handsome daughooo Saturday morning to see Mr. ter of Mr. G. L Pla'nk, of OwensI have bought several hundred pairs reboro, and is well known here where of army shoes to sell at $2 0U a pair and Mrs J. H. McKinney, she time as long as they last. Julian H. Brown, turned Momlnv in R S. for school. of she has frequently visited. Mr Jones Padgett, Mr. and Mrs is a traveling representative for the Cloverport, Ky. Louisville, have been the guests of Elite Cigar Company, of Owensboro. Mrs Sam Dix, of Stephensport, her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Con Sippel ooo Mr Frank Miller has bought Prof. n Wedding was in Cloverport shopping, Saturday. Coulton's house on the Hill adjoin In Louisville Hotel. Airs. Sallic Moorman has returned ing Marion Weatherholt s and will fim a visit in Louisville with her take possession soon as Harry HamOne of the prettiest weddings of Oailtghters, Mrs. Edward Weber and bleton con find a house daugh- - the season was that of Miss Margaret Mrs. Emma Laslie and her Mrs. Joe Harpole. Irene Poggel and Mr. A. Merlin Warren, which was solemnized at 8:110 o'clock, Wednesday, Sept. 22nd in the parlors of the Louisville Hotel, Louis- SOCIETY ITEMS Interest CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS you NOTE l'Uae notify the editor uiu drtire advertisements discontinued. FOR SALE FOK SAI.i: -- 10 Duahelt Seed Wheat. He cleaned );in liushel. June Claycomli, Addison, Ky. FOIt SAM: OK TRADK Traction ateam engine, l'J lior.e power, In Rood hape. J M. Howard, Glen Dean, Ky. 1'OK SAt.K Ford machine, new fender, new tlre, tip-tdate in every way, rum like a sewing machine, i'rice $..0 ami guaranteed Alo have 3 head of horses and two mule Prices right. Kmmet Johnson, Huston, Ky. GET READY FOR THE COLD DAYS MEN'S SLIPOVER SWEATERS, wool and part wool. Brown with red stripes, blue with red stripes, and solid $10.00 CHILD'S KNIT TOQUES, In white, pink, blue, brown, green and red 25c, 50c PA DJL.OU 85c, $1.00 and I-- book-keep- er k, vntt J CATT- - drill, with Kertelizer attachment. amp and Ilurton, Mystic, Ky, r. and - - u)JLZUU !!.. I . Wl Bcauch- - MEN'S Slipover, JERSEY, maroon, blue and (PO EJA gray. $1.00, $1.50 MISSES KNIT TAMS, In all the new shades (PO PA (DmiUv $1.25 and SWEET CLOVER SEED FOR SALE I.UU $6.00 LADIES' SKIRTS, colors $2.00 and WOOL UNDERKnitted, assorted (PO ETA O O I er FOR SALE Sweet Clover Seed. After growing sweet clover for six years under the direction of the Lexington Experiment Station, we are prepared to say it Is the hest soil builder under the shine of tHe sun. Mammoth White recleaned sweet, clover seed (ft IS cents per pound f. o. I). Irvlngjon. II. W. Carter & Son. MISSES COAT SWEATERS, with belt, red blue and green $3.00, $4.00 and - - - . . D4.fJU CHILD'S COAT SWEATERS, all white and white trimmed in blue and pink (PC? AA $1.50, $2.50 and - Dt).UU INFANTS WOOL BOOTEES, Knitted white trimmed in blue and pink 40c and - - MEN'S COAT SWEATERS, gray, some without (PO E?A $1.50 and 75c o- DJtJJ De-Lan- d, ' Stug-gar- t, FOR SALE Old newspapers. Be a hunch. Ilreckenridge News ortice, Cloverport, Ky. FOK SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages. The Oreckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. TYPE WRITER FOR SALE FOR SALE Remington t)pewriter No. 0, Rcmodelid. t,ood as new. Further information call or write The Ilreckenridge News, Cloverport, TCy J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. De-Lan- d. Bcw-leyvill- e, I ."i. , O O O n. o A light frost fell here Friday night. Mr. F. C. English is building one Heavy frosts are reported from over WANTED At once. Timher cutters and tie of the largest stock barns in Skilltnan the county, and in many places the makers, (lood prices. Write or call J. M. i on his farm there. It is to replace the late corn has been badly damaged. j Rhodes, Wehster, Ky. I one lost by fire last year. o WANTED Live foxes. Gahe Taul, HardinsEugene Daily, of Louisville, and burg, Ky. of Chicago, Republican The W. M. U. of the Baptist church J. A. Atwood, be here Thursday speakers will to at- will hold it's regular monthly meeting, Monday, Oct. 11, in the church tend the picnic in Newport Park and parlors. It is the custom to hold the both will make political speeches. Have Your Corset Q o W., M. U. meeting at the homes of fCTTI Mine RmYfriit Cloverport people in the members, but a diversity from 'Monday, were: Roscoe Hardinsburg, Davis, John the usual custom was necessary this Jennings, B. F May, Warren Purcell, month. hP'fi'j aaUMUXTUOTHIKMMMOUT Btrmeny custom uo L. C. Taul. Walter Taul, Mr Jno. D. D UA o Babbagc and Miss Babbagc and ForThe women of the Cloverport Me- rest Freeman thodist church, both the members and o Dudley those affilated with the church, will Walker, (colored) who have a business and social gathering was injured a few weeks ago by being combined at the parsonage, the home thrown from a car while working on of Rev. J. R Randolph and Mrs the Section of the L H. & St. Randolph, on Friday evening of this L.. is able to be out altbo he has to MRS. R. T. POLK eek. walk with the aid of crutches. Cloverport, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Robertson, Mrs James Harkness, who got the ReM Sallie M Beard. Miss Margaret Con-nif- f. publican nomination for Governor of Messrs. Moorman Ditto, D. C. Vermont, made no extended speaking Walls, Franklin Beard, Judge Henry campaign, but he had cards with his BRIEF LOCAL ITEMS day evening and attended the cratic rally. Demo- WANTED ' r I Jar-boc- 's t. Dellaven Moorman and Hon John Monarch, of Hardinsburg accjtupt-nie- d Effective Oct. 13th, 1920. The folthe Hon. Ben Johnson and Mrs. lowing Electric light rates will be Larrie Hilton, to Cloverport, Mon put in effect. First 20 K. W II. :0c per K W. II. All over 20 K. W. H 13c per K. W. II. Minimum Bill $1 30. This increase is necessitated by the high cost of coal, which is .'!()() per cent higher than last year ' , Cloverport Ice Co. . NOTICE on telephone poles, fence posts, bridges and barns throughout the State. And he got the woman vote portrait and campaign matters tacked ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON SEASONABLE 4 j Poggel-Warre- DELAY COSTS MONEY During the month of October The Evansville Courier is making a special rate to enable folks of this district to obtain the paper at the reduced price of $3.00 for one year. There is no more welcome visitor than the daily Courier, for there is something in it to interest each member of the family from Dad to the Baby. The comics, "The Gumps" and "Mutt and Jeff." are two of the best published today The brilliant editorials, feature articles, telegraph, news and Knecht's cartoons make The Courier a warmly greeted arrival. tri-sta- te 'Pr7 D sizes. OX) rA Men's O. D. Army Overcoats, Regular MERCHANDISE Men's extra heavy d? ff rope stitch sweaters, DUvU colors red, blue, green and kahki. Splendid values. (Pf7 (? A Men's all wool extra B I rJU heavy slipover sweat ers. slip-Jvfvf Announcement Fashion 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. xw -'- ..-5 ' I &. H Ha I I Credit is a development of the business world but it is the Bank which makes that credit usable. Our facilities for handling your credit requirements are equal to any legitimate need. (P? AA Ladies' all wool Calf, sizes 12 to 2. Solid leather U over sweaters, colors tion court train. The tight fitting bodsoles. ice was cut V at the neck with pearl rose and turquois. trimmings and the short sleeves were finished with bands of pearls. The "It Looked Like a Battlefield in Eu AA Boy's splendid quality DrrUU heavy calf school shoe (SfA QQ Misses all wool bride's tulle veil was arranged tucking rope," Said Mr. C. Dunster. over sweaters, sizes 32 comb fashion and held in place with Every pair guaranteed solid "Was staying at a hotel in a small bands of real pearls. She carried a and 34, colors rose and blue. leather. shower bouquet of white bride's roses Pennsylvania town, cany one inorn-- . ing I went to the stable to dire a rig and bouvardia. fi(PA QO Boy's all wool sweat-0ri7f)C Girl's knitted tarns in The maid of honor wore an electric and was shown a pile of dead rats P Dl.dO all colors, new and ers dark red only, the night beblue georgette crepe made over flesh .killed with nobby. rope stitch, extra heavy. with a girdle of vanity fair ribbon. fore. Looked like a battlefield in EuShe carried an arm bouquet of .Mrs rope." Three sizes, 33c, 03c, $l.'-,Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne Ward roses tied with blue tulle GET THE HABIT VISIT THE Master Fredrick Shardein, Jr. the & Co , Cloverport, and B. F. Beard ring bearer wore a dark brown velvet & Co., Hardinsburg. suit with volute silk shirt and carried THREE STAGES OF ELECTION the ring in a lily. CLOVERPORT, KY Sprouting The bride's mother was attired in Routing peachblow callot satin dress embroidShouting ered in silver with a corsage bouquet of lavender orchards Mrs. F. H. Shardein sister of the bride wore a brown charmause with GREAT NEWSPAPER. BARGAIN hat to match. Miss Susie Warren, sister of the groom wore a lovely little flesh crepe de chine frock beaded in pink and white The ceremony was followed by a reception Mr. and Mrs. Warren left on their wedding trip and at its conclusion will make their home in Louisville. The out of town guests for the wedding were Miss Susie Warren and Mrs. C. L. Warren; or btephens- 9AXX.T CULT nrtrt Ivv , ... riw1 ....... M... uw.. V(rv. frc Triwcrm . , fr fW... .J ova of Sellersburg, Ind., Mr. and Mrs TUKDAT Will Lemon, Mrs., M. S Hawes and Mrs. Belle Norton, of New Albany, Ind. THIS OFFER IS GOOD ONLY DURING OCTOBER. i ville, Ky. Miss Ruth W. Poggel, sister of the bride was maid of honor and Mr. George YV. Matthews was best man The bride wore a wedding gown of white duchess satin with tne regula- in AA fancy mixtures, v)JJJ Boy's School Suitssizes years. to 8 15 (PQ AA Little Gents School BOaUU Shoe in heavy Satin ?t O O RAT-SNA- 3. I GOLDEN RULE STORE The Evansville Courier $5 r.. --- October Bargain Rates Subscribe Now! 7 in In fact, there is no service which can properly come from the Bank that we are not prepared to render you. You may profit through a connection with this Bank. ter, Mrs. Wordriff, and son, Beavin, have returned from Sample Mrs. John Fella, of Louisville, who was here to see her mother, Mrs. Julia Wopd, went to Holf, Saturday and returned Monday, rturii The Courier, Evansville Ajauiln Zt Za All tilt Vtwa of th Worlds Aocurt Xarktt Xtporti; XneM' Cartoons; Brilliant BOltortala la fact, a Ortat Wmupaptr, at a Barrata Bat. Mil SaUrtalalB- - Only Morning Newspaper ta Bo Wot X Oolaa of TmmpH "I Wouldn't Go Camping Without Rat-Snap," Says Ray White. Morales- Bolvd - tsa Bwpapri. Only Svaaavill Vawipaptr Stllvarcd th Sam Day Zt Za FrlnUd. by Offer of Onap STtnlnr Papar Sant Out th But Say Undr Keen Abrenst of tha flrant Polltlpnl printed without color oi blaa. "Wife and I spent our vacation camping last summer, smell of cooking brought rats We went to town, got some broke up cakes, put it outside our tent. We got the rats alright big fellows." Farmers, storekeepers, housewives, should Three sizes, 33c, use 03c, $1 3 Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, and B F, Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. RAT-SNAP, RAT-SNAP- Thin la Presidential Vear. All PnllHnnl Nnwi OUB AOEMT, lY'A&W 'tf'K trOB8CmZPTXON8 KAY BB OIVEN TO YOUK POSTMASTER, OB SBHD DIRECT TO .f1)Xs ' yj. ""?" THE EVANSVILLE COURIER, Evansville, Ind. NOTE To points outside of first and hccoiiU xonci, or more than uaiiy, jii.iin; tinny anu Hunilay, 18.50. ." -- ltl nillen from Evansville, I PAGE SI THE BRECKENRIDCJfci NEWS. CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY OCTOBER t, DON'T MISS THIS! Begin ning Friday, October 8th and Ending Friday, October 22nd, this will be the Greatest Sale Ever Put On In This Part of the Country and That's So! i Wilson DONT MISS THIS! Big Read This People! Price-Cittin- g A full line of ladies' coats, coat suits, hats, dress goods, ladies', misses and children's shoes, and all kinds of notions, going at prices that will simply stun you. If you don't believe it, come and see. Ask for most anything you want in the above lines, as we have it, and if we haven't, we will get it quick. Why shouldn't we? Do you know that our stock in these departments, is the largest in this part of the county? Why shouldnt it be? Isn't that prices. To see it is to our business? That's what we are here for. You just come in and see our line know. You'll say it's a hummer. Sale Monday, October 18 OF OUR BEST ATTRACTIONS. To the one making the largest purchase of the different items carried on our second floor, such as millinery, coats, coat suits, sweaters etc, we will give absolutely free, choice of any $10 00 pair of shoes in our house. A ripping proposition, isn't it? Our stock in this department, is the largest that we have ever, carried before. Beautiful new models in millinery, and prices that will please. Our new designs in coats and suits are of a character, that will please the most exacting. Don't fail to see them. All Kinds of First READ THIS! This is something you don't get a chance at every day. A special attraction for most every day of the sale. When we say special, we mean special. Just read below and govern yourself accordingly. Class Goods Going at Shockingly Low Prices HERE IS ONE Wonderful Bargains In every department, we are giving you great money saving values. Our goods are marked down to rock bottom prices. Old price tags will be taken off and thrown away. New tages put in their stead and new prices will take old prices place. Every article will be a bargain, and every bargain a real value. DO YOU KNOW THAT OURS IS THE ONLY STORE IN THIS OR ADJOINING COUNTIES CATERING SPECIALLY TO LADIES' TRADE. See our sumptuous line of ladies' coats and coat suits. All of the latest styles and newest fabrics specially priced for this sale. Our coats are the very last word in smart new style made of velours, plushes, silver tone, polo cloth, melton, cheviot, beautiful beaver plush etc. Beautiful coat suits in striking styles and lovely materials, such as tricotines, serges, silvertones, broadcloths and many other handsome materials. They are elegantly made and beautifully lined, 'and these styles will suit the most fastidious. Come and See them. We want to show you. . -. I!,- Friday, October 8 On this date, we will give to the man bringing in the largest load of ladies', choice of any $3. 50 hat in town, and to each lady, a beautiful all silk crepe dc chine handkerchief What for? Nothing at all. They are FREE. Tuesday, October THROW AWAY DAY. 19 BAR- 11 LISTEN LADIES', LISTEN To the lady coming on this day from the greatest distance, who lives in this, or adjoining counties, and makes a purchase of as much as $5 00 or more, we will give absolutely free; choice of any ladies' hat in the house, worth $7 50. Isn't that great? Monday, October Don't Fail to Sec Our Big Line of BEAUTIFUL SILKS Beautiful Fall Millinery We don't take a back seat for any one in this department. We claim it's the best. We show style, workmanship, materials and price, plus service that you don't get elsewhere SEE this wonderful line of art, as we arc showing hats for every age. in the way of dress, street, soft hats, sailors etc.. in exceptional values. Remember that we have hats for the older ladies', the middle aged, the young ladies' and all kinds of children's hats. OUR BEAUTIFUL WHITE SKIRTS AT OFF What an offer! Fine quality of gaberdines, poplins, and corduroys, all in the latest styles. Don't miss these barl-- All kinds and colors. Most wonderful values in crepe de chine, georgette, taffetas, messalines, etc. Lovely materials for waists, skirts and dresses. Don't miss the greatest silk values ever offered. Former prices OK from $2.50 to $3 30 per yd. now D .SUMMER SILKS All colors in wide widQFC ths. Former price 30c per yd. OtlU Now going for only SILK POPLINS See this beautiful line in all the new colorings. They come full 30 in. wide, are of very fine texture and are being sobl by some merchants as high as $.'.00 per yd Qur special (PI 1 - - DJ-A- t sale price will be only LADIES' SKIRTS Of silk, poplins, serges, plaids, etc. Facinating models, beautiful materials and wonderfully low prices. Garments that are delightfully dressy and distinctly up to date. Wonder values. Don't miss them. PER CENT OFF SLIPPERS AT 33 Hundreds of pairs of slippers in minuite styles going at the greatest reduction ever offered. All kinds of leathers and sizes. Come and see the bigge6t bargains ever offered. TOILET ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS Such as face powder, talcum powder, dental cream, cold cream, soaps, perfume, toilet water, powder puffs, etc., all going at special prices during this, sale. LADIES' make yourself look pretty by taking advantage of this rare offer. STANDARD BRANDS ONLY. EXTRA SPECIAL All silk crepe de chine blouses, iu white, flesh, maize, navy and black at greatly reduced prices. (PQ A Q DOtcO Real $3 00 values going at 1- -3 e- Tuesday, October .... J.Otl SILK FINISHED SOISETTES AND PONGEES This is the quality and width that some of the largest mail order houses are getting 83c per yard for. It's the best made. You can't match such wonderful values. Our price per KQ Ol yard Waists of Distinction and Charm. Remarkable price offerings in our handsome waists. They are made of georgette, crepe de chine, messaline, taffetta, organdy, voile etc., all charmingly pretty, all beauties in the latest style, at prices never offered before. RELS OF FUN. WONDERFUL PRESENTS FREE. Be sure not to miss this. We are going to throw them east, west and winding. All kinds of useful articles such as shoes, sweaters, dress goods, ladies' wear of all kinds, notions, groceries etc., all neatly wrapped, will be thrown from our second floor promptly at 2 o'clock on this date. Line up people, line up. You can't afford to miss a treat like this. We've got a rea-- prize for you, so be here promptly at 2 o'clock and get it. If you are late, you will miss the prize, also the fun. 12 To the person or family, purchasing the most goods (in dollars and cents) from us on this date, will be given absolutely free a beautiful all silk georgette waist, valued at $10 00. It's a perfect beauty, and well worth trying for. We say it is All quality goods. Don't fail to see them. d, Wednesday, October 20 SAVE YOUR SALES BILL IT'S VALUABLE. Who knows but that you will be the lucky person, and get the beautiful sweater. Yes, it's a perfect beauty,. $10 00 value, so save your sales bill as you may be the one. On each sales bill, is a number, and if you have the one cor- :i gains. WHITE DRESSES FOR CHILDREN Wednesday, October 13 To the lady bringing in the largest number of her own children on this day, will be given FREE, her own selection of any $10 00 skirt, in our beautiful line of ready made skirts. This is an offer that you don't get every day, so take advantage of one of the greatest opportunities in a life time. Come and bring the kiddies. All kinds of white dresses made of fine quality organdies and voiles, all new stuff and new styles, going at prices reduced 3.1 per cent. Take advantage of this great offering. 1- -2 GINGHAM DRESSES FOR LADIES' Made of fine materAND CHILDREN ials in assorted patterns. All good clean stuff Ladies' don't fail to come and get some good house dresses. Nothing is nice-e- r for school girls than these lovely, gingham frocks, that are easy to launder. GOING AT 3 OF FORMER PRICE. What a shame. They must go however. 2-- CORSETS Best make, best quality, and best bargains anywhere Correctly corset-tecorrectly dressed. Style starts with the corset. That is why we carry the best the Gossard front lacink and the MADAM GRACE both front and back lacing. They are not only correctly designed, but made from fine materials. The main feature is, that they will fit. They give your figure the lines that it should have They will give your proper support, and they will wear and wear. Don't fail to get one of our corsets, that are priced so wonderfully low. g Thursday, October Here folks 14 COTTON SUITINGS For making beautiful dresses, skirts, etc., and especially for children, you find in this wonderful collection, a rare assortment of patterns. The usual 7."c quality for only 58c QQn and the regular 00c quality for - OUs EXTRA GOOD QUALITY GINGHAM One lot of beautiful patterns, and fine quality in values to 30c. Here is one of the very best gingham values you have ever had offered you. Positively OQ ! going per yard during this sale at DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR REMNANTS All kinds of colors and lengths. Never before have we had such a nice lot of remnants, such as silks, serges, all kinds of woolen and cotton 'dress goods, ginghams, suitings, organdies, voiles, etc. All are at greatly reduced prices. responding with the number drawn on that date, (by a disinterested person) or the number nearest to same.' you will get the sweater FREE. You are not required to purchase one cent in order to participate in this drawing, but you have to be here in person, promptly at 2 o'clock. You can't brig your neighbor's sales bill and draw on it. IT MUST BE YOURS, AND YOU MUST BE HERE. Thursday, October 21 fathers, Mothers and bring the little folks 10 years of age and under On, this date, any parent making a' purchase of $100 or over, will be given absolutely free, an aeroplane for the little folks free. It's one of the most entertaining toys out. Children don't forget this. Listen; listen!great one forlisten! is a the little Shoes! Shoes! Shoes'! NUMBER Hundreds of pairs of shoes placed on the counters for you to see, so come and look them over. The greatest lot of reduced prices ever. Prices that will stun you. Prices that will leave dollars in your pocket book. Don't miss the greatest shoe sale ever offered you. Everything Blue Tagged. Blue Tagged means low prices. Shoe your family for the winter at these money saving prices. NOTICE Our store will be closed alt day Thursday, Oct. 7, so that we may be able to mark down our goods and arrange stock for this big sale Wre said MARK DOWN, and you will say so to when you see some of the lowest prices that you have seen for months. Prices, that are eye openers and breath takers Did you get the date? Friday. Oct. 8th. is the beginning' of the BIG CUT PRICE SALE. Extra clerks will be employed during this sale to take care of the enormous crowds. LADIES'l LADIES'! LADIES'! To the lady purchasing the most number of items (regardless of the cost of same) will be given absolutely FREE a pair of $3.50 pure silk hose, also 2 pair of 75c silk lisle hose, making a total of $3.00 worth of fine hosiery. What lady is there that does not appreciate nice hosiery. Here is $3.00 worth or real fine goods absolutely FREE. Don't miss it ladies. ' 3 Staple Dry Goods HOOSIER COTTON .o Special Notion Bargains Hn( fPtf rxOC of patt- Take advantage of this great "1 3 N qualify. Later prices' offer The regular 2 will be higher During this sale only - - - BLEACHED COTTON FEATHER TICKING TABLE OIL CLOTH yard for. width bleach, in values 33c to 10c per yard -' this1 sale only per yard tick sold by many at 73c. A real value. Our price per yard the kind you usually pay G3c per Our price will be only Extra good grade of full During OQp iO ----- A dandy good feather proof The best quality only. It's TABLE LINENS erns in A beautiful assortment wonderfully good quality, at astonishingly low prices. Read thesd price reductions, see the goods itself, and you will agree it's extraordinary values. Our $1.50 quality at $1.19, our $1.23 grade at only 08c, and QKn OOls our $1.00 leader for only OUTING FLANNELS Here is a real saving. This cloth on today's maiket is positively worth 50c. Most merchants will get it It's the heavy cloth in a big ranga of patterns, A lucky purchase QP OtJv enables us to offer it during this sale per yard - - FROM A SPOOL OF THREAD TO A GOOD BED BLANKET, AT REDUCED PRICES Clarks O. N, T, Thread iu white and all colors per spool for - - 7Jc 7$4c SILK THREAD In all shades per spool only in all sizes and colors per ball HJc C. M. C. CROCHET COTTON HOSIERY SPECIALS One lot of children's very fine quality AQp -hose in values tin to 7!ic. These are real values for LADIES' SILK HOSE Our $2 00 grade During this sale only, they can be had per pair Specially well made LADIES' SUMMER WEIGHT UNDERWEAR garments in best materials, at ripping bargains. PQp OUSj A $1.00 value for only 70c. Our 75c leader for only PRETTY BONNETS Dandy for everyone. Values up to 73c for 39c SUIT CASES In different kinds and sizes. Everyone needi a suit case. Don't fail to see them Our $3.00 value for only $2 38. (PI AO tDA.'tO Our $1.75 to $2.00 case to be had for only t BUNGALO APRONS Don't fail to see these beautiful aprons, as they always come in handy, high quality materials, all colors. Get one, better still get three or four at these give away prices of GROCERIES Any number of bargains to be found in our 'Grocery department. Take notice of a few specials A real 23c grade for only 20c. Limit of 5 gal. to each customer. FINE COFFEE Cleaned and screened. Our 25c grade now only 17 KARO MAPLE SYRUP Best yet. The 80c size for only 59c per can, during this sale. POULTRY AND STOCK FOOD No one should be without a bpx of these great remedies. It pays to keep the stock and poultry healthy. The GOc size for 45c and the 30c size for only 22c during this sale only. Don't miss a day, as you will be missing something special, in one of the greatest sales put on in years, also one of the greatest number of real bargains ever offered. DON'T MISS IT. l-2- STANDARD FIRE PROOF OIL c. $1.48 ... 0t Dx0 H. WILSON & CO. FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY j$ OCTOBER I, 1820 THE BRECkENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE SEVEN n r M WOMEN IN BOTH PARTIES AGREE On Kentucky School Problems TEN NEW VOTING PLACES DESIGNATED IN BRE CKMIDGE COUNTY New Precincts Added Are Harned McQuady, Cloverport No.. 44, Clifton Mills, Irvington. No. 2, Garfield, Woodrow, Roff, Hudson No. 2 and Black Lick. V 'While Opposed In Political Campaign They Are United Mrs. John W. Langlcy, Chairman Woman's Division Ilepubllcnn Campaign Committee, gave your corro- armtiftntif 4fin fallittvfnf ItilapvlAtv mn. .. corning the new school laws and the coming election of County Boards of Public Sale I 01 if the educational scale, but there Is evidence on every hand that she Is now L thoroughly aroused. If she will fully Breckinridge County Court south with the short line railroad to realize from this time forth that eduthe Ball Town Precinct line, thence cation can not be promoted without Special Term, Sept .20th, 1920 """ cast with said line to the Bowling adequate revenue and that the necessary funds must be raised no matter This day came W. S. Ball, R. R Green road, thence north with the what the cost. I am sure that with Compton and J. R. Mcador who have Bowling Green road to Elm Street, In November: Education in Cloverport, thence north with Elm rcdis-tri"To my mind the greatest forward the exercise of eternal vigilance on the heretofore been appointed to pnrt of the men and women of the the Magisterial Districts of Street to the Ohio River thence step that hns been taken In the direc- state, with an Insistent demand for Breckinridge county into new pre- down the river to the beginning ,to tion of a higher standard of education cincts and file their report in which vote at Clovcrpor they recommend the following new was the ratification of the nineteenth Cloverport, No. 4: Beginning at the precincts and changes in existing foot of Popular Street on the Ohio amendment to the Federal constituSSSSSSSSSkVHMliL1''. precincts. Which report is examined River, in Cloverport, thence down tion of placing the ballot In the hands I H by the court and the court being the river to the Hancock county nf women, and for the reason that her sufficiently advised it is now ordered line, thence south with said county influence Is essentially more constantthat the following new precincts he 'thence cast with said precinct line ly wielded than that of the men In the i VSSSSSVSSSSSBBBB': established and that existing pre- line to the Balltown precinct line, homo life of the children which Is the cincts be changed as set out herein: to the short line railroad, thence formation period of their character Hardinsburg or First Magisterial north with the short line railroad ami the most enduring part of It. District to a point that will inter-sewith a "This is not because women realize McQuady: Beginning in the mid- direct line of Oak Street in Cloverany more fully than men do the vital dle of the road at Kirk thence north port, thence north with Oak Street Importance to the future of the nation v with said road to the mouth of the to the railroad, thence east with the of aigood clean school system, but beroad that leads from the Hartford railroad to .Poplar Street, thence en use, ns the history of civilization s fr ' ' ' road through T. H Wither's farm to , north with Poplar Street to '.lie from Its beginning to the present ' v'--- ' Ai the little Hartford Road through the Ohio River, the beginning, to vote shows the mother's Influence Is greater McGary farm, thence with said road at Cloverport. than that of the father .over the chilto the mouth of Yellow Bank Road, Bewleyville or Fourth Magisterial dren of their household. It therefore follows ns a matter of course that this jaSSSSBSSH Balls with House, Knob Lick or District SSfJP ' ' f ' aaaaaaaBaBaV thence School same to thence a direct added power to aid In consumntlng Wm wp line to the old Artie Mays residence, , Clifton Mills: Beginning at Fishher Ideals will be exercised to the BBflT m aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM to include, thence the same course er's bridge, across Sinking Creek, maximum by her. to th First and Second Magisterial thence with Sinking Creek to the "No one will seriously contend that District line, thence south with said Clifton Mill's bridge, thence north f better education will affect the pontilines to the Sixth Magisterial Dis- with the Lodiburg road to Lodiburg ff, cal alignment of the people. It will trict line, to where it crosses and the Third Magisterial District only better equip them for deciding how to Intelligently cast their votes on Jewell's Creek thence up Jewell's line, thence southwest with the said :. Creek to where it inter-secany political question. They will conthe line to the Hardinsburg District line Mr. Samuel M. Wilton. with said district Kirk and Kingswood road, near the thence south-eas- t tinue In the future as they have done in the past to entertain divergent the best and nothing but the best for old Dcunic Sheeran place, thence line to Berry Norton's not to inf yrews as to what character of legislat- the children of Kentucky, and with a West with said road to Kirk, the clude, thence to Dudley Haynes' resie ,,t!on and of administration Is best cal-- , conscientious determination to reward place of beginning, to vote at Mc- dence, not to include, thence to the forks of the Irvington, Garfield and mhited to advance the Interests of the our teachers in n way commensurnte, Quady. I Trote and the nation. Clifton Mills road, thence northThe point I wish at least In some degree (they could not Harned: Beginning at to make is that the question of educa be adequately compensated), with the Arch Weatherford residence the old east with said road to Fisher's on the bridge, the place of beginning to vote tion should be exalted above political great work they are doing for our fu- Louisville roadv to include, thence Mills. questions and entirely divorced from ture men and women there Is every to Charlie Bruington's residence to at Clifton them reason to believe that Kentucky will include, thence to the Willis Payne's Garfield: Beginning at Garfield w assume and maintain n position worthy residence, in the edge of Harned, to thence cast with the Fifth Magisof her In matters educational." include, thence to a point where the terial District line to Sinking Creek Harned and Kingswood road inter- above Rosetta. thence down Sinking "slksssssssHkk. Mrs. Christine Bradley South, the sects the Leitchfield road, thence Creek to Fisher's bridge, thence jSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSV'1' a assistant secretary of the Republican south with the said Leitchfield road south-wewith the Irvington road ' i ' '.SSSHlSSSSSSSSW National Committee, gave the follow- to the Hardinsburg and Sixth Dis- to the Garfield and Clifton Mills ing statement for publication concern-In- trict line, thence east and north with road, thence south to Dudley Haynes' I liSHSiif'if' the New County School Adminis- the Hardinsburg Magisterial district residence to include, i1tSSwHiP'u.SSSSSKv thence to ' tration Law: line to Charlie Dowell's residence, Berry Norton's residence, to include, "The seriousness of the crisis about one mile north of Garfield, to thence with the Hardinsburg Disthrough which the world Is passing include, thence south-weto Charlie trict line, to Garfield, the place of emphasizes the importance of educa- Butler's residence, on the Louisville beginning, to vote at or near Gartion as the hope of democracy. In so road, to include thence with the field. fur as Is humanly possible, there must Louisville road to the beginning, to Irvington, No. 1: Beginning at a be equality of opportunity for educa- vote at Harned. point where the survey of the Fedrich and tion for all the children Hardinsburg, No. 1: Beginning at eral' Highway crosses the Meade poor, native born and foreign born, city and country, white and black, the Public Square in .Hardinsburg, county line, thence north with said Precinct, thence thence with the Cloverport pike to the SSkV ffl& 'if-'M-. iPiPxISH until Ignorance everywhere Is sup- the Owensboro road, thence with the line to with Websterprecinct line, to said south planted by disciplined information. Our children are worthy of better Owensboro road, to the Cloverport Sinking Creek, thence up Sinking SSBx fililiPf'SHSaSSBBBS teachers; our teachers are worthy of district line, thence wjtli said line Creek, to the Bewleyville precinct SBy v better pay; democratic education is south to Artie May's residence, not lint, thence with the Bewleyville to include, thence with the line of precinct line, to what is known as entitled to the loyal support of all. "Our schools must be forever di- the McQutdy precinct by way of Ball the Irvington and Hardinsburg road, north-wewith said road to vorced from politics. The new County School House to Kirk to Jewell's thence line, Irvington, thence through Irvington School Administration Law, when Creek, to the sixth district W. Langley. Mrs. John properly appreciated and properly ap- thence east to the Hardinsburg and and continuing to the Meade county "We must secure a deeper Interest plied, will accomplish this end. The Leitchfield road, thence north with line, with the Federal Highway Suron the part of all of our people In this best men and women In each county, said road to Hardinsburg with Main vey, to vote at Irvington. greatest of all movements, for after regardless of political affiliation, Street to the place of beginning. To Irvington, No. 2: Beginning at a all has been said and done, we can should be selected for membership on vate at Hardinsburg. point where the Federal Highway not fully prepare the children of today Hardinsburg, No. 2: Beginning at crosses the Meade county line, thence AXvtfpty ftJVAW ' .W. V.V the Court House Square in Hardins- south-eafor the duties and responsibilities of with said survey to and JV it ' otiaaBBW'. citizenship that they might later asIrvington, burg, thence south with Main Street through thence from 'Vi V!"". to the Leitchfield road, thence sume unless we succeed In getting pubf" south Irvington with what is known as the lic sentiment crystalized behind all with Leitchfield road to the mouth Hardinsburg road to the Bewleyville strong school movements. of the road, that runs from Harned Precenct line, thence north-eawith "I believe tills Is now being accomtoward West View, thence with the said Precinct line to the Meade county iaBBBBBBBBMBBBBBI ,' plished by the recent legislation which line of the Harned precinct north- line, thence north with the Meade has been put Into operation and that east to Charlie Dowell's in the fourth county line to the place of beginning the good results of these laws will conMagisterial District line, thence to vote at Irvington. , t.W, ;,',. SMBBbBS .f! north-wetinue to grow as time passes on. with said Magisterial disHudsonville or Fifth Magisterial "I sincerely believe that the good trict line to the Brandenburg road, District going to put women of our state are with said road to thence south-we' their whole hearts, their minds, and the corporate limits of Hardinsburg, Beginning at a point Woodrow: their strength Into this movement and thence east with said corporate where the Hardinsburg and Fifth use the ballot accordingly. If they do limits to Second Street, thence west s District line , i. ' MBaBaVkw. 1 with Second Street to Main Street Magisterial Magisterial tills success is certain and we will the Fourth District line .' jm,- - " have u happier, brighter and better BBBBHtat at a point between Beard's Store just east of Garfield, thence south BBf ' liBBBBBavi and the M. E. church, to vote at with the Hardinsburg Kentucky." District line Hardinsburg. to the Harned and Hudsonville road, When your correspondent asked Hardinsburg No. 3: Beginning at near Locust Hill, thence south-eas- t Mrs. Samuel W. Wilson, committeeMain Street in Hardinsburg, thence with the Hudsonville road to the man on the Democratic State of east with the street which- runs be- Ben Butler residence just eastresiCommittee, for her views on the Buras, thence to Geo. Nally's tween Beard's store and the M. E. recent school laws, which will become Brick Church to the corporate limits dence, to include, thence to Ezra effective next .November, she said: the Woodrow .thence north and west with said Carman's residence oninclude, If "if elves me necullar nleasura' to Mr. Christina Bradley South. thence corporate limits to the Brandenburg and Custer road to r express, my sense of gratitude for this road, thence north-eawith the to the old Richard Penick residence newest evidence of Kentucky's educa- - tho County School Board. To secure on the Garfield and Custer new cut t'.onal awakening, as expressed In the the right of suffrage for women, we Brandenburg road to the Fourth Mag- road, to include, thence north with isterial District line, thence northnew school laws passed by the last ses have nsteted always and everywhere the new cut road to the Big Spring sion of the Legislature. We have that woman was Inclined to feel a west with said line to the Third Mag- road, thence north with said road more Jealous regard for the rights of isterial district line, thence southhoped and worked for so long to take to the beginning, to vote at Woodrow. ur schools out of politics and to raise childhood than man. I know of no west with said Magisterial district Centerview: All that part of the prethe salary of our teachers, that these more certain way for woman to Justify line to the Stephensport road, thence the new privilege and the new respon- south with the Stephensport road to sent Hudsonville precinct which lies new laws creating a of the road which leads County Board of Education and fixing sibility that have come to her than by Main Stree in Hardinsburg, thence south-we1,'a minimum salary for teachers give using her voice and her vote In secur- to the place of beginning, to vote at from West View and Seree to the Hartford road west of Hudson, thence cause for pride and thanksgiving. ing better educational opportunities Hardinsburg. tThero Is every reason to hope that for the children of Kentucky, and by Hardinsburg, No. 4: Beginning at with said road to the Hudsonville they win prove a ueciuea step in tne aiding in the election of county boards the Public Square in Hardinsburg and Hardin Springs road, thence with the Hudsonville and direction. There Is no recent that will think In terms of the rights thence north of Main Street to the south-eastep forward, taken by Kentucky, that of children rather than In the Interest Stephensport road, thence with the Hardin Springs road to the Hardin Impor- of any party." can compare In Stephensport road to the Third county line, thence with the Hardin tance with the laws passed to Improve Magisterial District line, thence county line to Rough Creek, thence south-weour educational system. All honor to with, the district line to down Rough Creek to the Sixth HIS HEART WAS RIGHT our Democratic and Republican legls- the Owensboro road, thence with said District line, thence north with same , l,-An uneducated but honest county road to Hardinsburg, the place of lint to the Mook precinct line, thence la tors who passed these laws. north-eas- t with Mook precinct line "The newly enfranchised women of superintendent, who lives fur back In beginning, to vote at Hardinsburg. to the Seree and Hudsonville road Kentucky can be of untold service the hills of Kentucky, recently made Cloverport or Second' Magisterial the place of beginning, to vote at or uir state by electing to our County the following very unusual and thorDistrict near Pullen's store. Rmirrl.4 rtt Kilnratlon thft hlirlipst rvnn oughly pointed speech to a group of Cloverport, No. 3: Beginning at the Hudsonville: All of that part of the t men and women available. Men people who wero Interested In the foot of Popular Street on the Ohio present Hudsonville precinct not inwomen proof against partisan schools : jh and "Men, when you come to vote for River, thence south with said street cluded in Centerview and is all of temptation, who can be depended on to county superintendents worthy tho members of this here new County to the railroad, hence west with the that part of the Hudsonville precinct elect of the Seree and o be intrusted with the mental trala-ln-x Board of Education, put more Chris- railroad to Oak Street, thence south which is north-eaof the future citizens of our state. tianity and less politics iato your vote. with Oak Street, to the corporate Hudsonville road and the Hudsonville of Cloverport It lias taken Kentucky a long time to "You're say friends; but don't think limits of the3 town the same direc- - and Iiardin Spiings road to 'ote at continuing in Hudson. ouie to a full realization of the dis- of me la votia', but think of what your thence l tion to the short line railroad, thence (Contlnuel On Page 8) position atae baa occupied la vote BMaM to the cblldrea." creditable ' r""' .." will offer for Sale to the highest bidder at my farm 1 miles west of 1- -2 ct Hardinsburg, Friday Oct. ON THE LITTLE HARTFORD ROAD AT Ky. m u I '. 22 10 A. M. ! THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES ct HKHkJv TmJs&'l' r ...' f I i fsisBBBBBBBBH ONE BINDER (Practically New) .,. ., ONE WHEAT DRILL ALL KINDS OF PLOWS ONE DISC HARROW ONE TWO-ROCORN PLANTER TWO 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 ts My farm of 130 condition, is acres, all level and in good offered for Private Sale now. W. N. Pate Hardinsburg, Ky. 4 . " st g &KKKi&mt lSSSSB $ Dry Cleaning, c Pressing, K st 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-date " market. .?9hsssssssssH J. B. Rhodes Recreation HARDINSBURG, KY. Room st We guarantee our work to be satisfactory in every particular. Orders by Parcel Post shall have our prompt attention. Send us a trial order. A .J. B. RHODES Hardinsburg, Ky. st - JBBBBBBBBBK l- -l st fjtUW v st I MiJiiBBvr-- ' st inter-sect- J-- " Oversize Throughout Cam-Dnlir- n - r Made for Hard Work Some makers use inferior woods, maple, pecan, birch and beech, in their wagons. . These woods do not stand the jars and strains of real work. Stoutly braced and reinforced, yet .very light draft st I I MoguAiagoiis "Strong Where the Strain Comes' 'Are built to stand the strain. Close grained hickory and seasoned oak, the strongest woods known, the pick of our own mills, are used for hubs, spokes, axles and rinfs and reaches the bearing parts. Each part is 15 to 20 oversize, just so much stronger than was shown necessary in tests. Triple coated with paint, brushed on, not dipped. WIDE TRACK WAGONS. h back. th old UtmU SoutWa Mofvlt ar mad la Ua taadard wbkk fit your wagon bdi, bar framat and th track or auto of Southern country road. Tha naw ttaudard track can aUo bo furnlaliad. 60-Uc56-ln- non-partis- st ' st st If you do not know the Mogul dealer near you, write us. - , MOGUL WAGON CO., b.au. Hopkin.ville, Kentucky st "If you need a wagon, make no mistake. Buy a MOGUL. They are best by every test. Ask me for prices. A. M. HARDIN, Lodiburg, Ky. PAG EIGHT THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWC. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY OCTOBER 6, 1M0 JUST CANT SAY ENOUGH FOR IT Louisville Man's Troubles End After Taking Tanlac And He Gains Ffteen Pounds. whdK . ,j wrtTT U JM M' nu& "" tf JIA i ' HM'T IfliCVj yf o. f ti' l tf I lS' 0Sjf flcafo X auXAjUj "I have actually gained fifteen pounds in weight since I started taking Tanlac," said Chalmccs L Holies, 8H2 Street, South Thirty-Fourt- h Louisville. "Two-and-a-ha- '. .W L Us ... a. m GRAY-VONALL-MI 1U1 WOfc 1A.t.iW uirttri iir' vi lJbk'iwwA l ib rLvuift-- i " "v wtira u"m m HT1MM i Va"" vri u -- " -- -MIIIIC 1 . ..) w vVt' I SA N i i am r . wwmv' -- -.-.-- -. mw 1 w M1 K I ' -- y.Hk-' !bkQawJe. -- iiMMann ' i iHfcmi -- a?;s- C4-0-- a 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 balance. Try'it; you will see. We invite YOUR Banking Business. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. climate is not so sudden and severe. They carry the love and best wishes of the citizens of this town, who will long hold them in pleasant remembrance. Prof Maddox, Mrs. Maddox and the High School pupils enjoyed an outing last Friday afternoon hunting grapes, paw paws and autumn leaves. Mrs CJias O. Graham and son. Earl, and daughter, Beulah, motored to Louisville, last Saturday. parents. Rev. Witt, of Irvington, was the Rev. Roy Mason has tendered his resignation as pastor of the Philips guest of Miss Lillian Ruby, last SunMemorial Baptist church at this place day. Mr. and Mrs H. K Ditto gave a on account of the delicate health of Mrs. Mason. They will leave this week reception for Dr Hartman and Mrs. and will locate where the change of Hartman. prior to their demrt'ire for Mrs Mason. Mr David Duncan is confined to his room suffering from an attack of fever. His many friends hope he will soon regain his usual health and be able to supply the Messenger to it's regular readers, who regret to lose a single copy. Eliliu Black and Miss Elisha Bas-haof Louisville, were here Sunday enroute to Raymond to visit their BRANDENBURG We Pay Highest Market Prices for Cream at Our Stations, years ago I comor if Shipped Direct to Us. menced suffering from indigestion My appetite was completely gone, and WIRE OR WRITE FOR PRICES ANY DAY even when I did force down a little in something it would lie like a rock .., , ...... ...l ijiirui III aiuiiiciv.il, iuiu aunt mill l.to. iiiw up with gas until I was as tight as a drum. "I had awful cramps in my stomach after meals, I would roll and toss in no rain. Will close with best wishes "How I cleared the Mill of Rats,' By the lied all night long without sleepJ. Tucker, R. I. to the News and my dear old friends I kept going from had to ing a wink Otis worse until finally I stopped work '" mi " thKentucky. Mrs. Calif. Tattl, JJllU "As night watchman believe I have Ave- Oakland, imo.u sai b auiju;tiJ sj30av o.wj jOj help mc; hut did mt get any better seen more rats than any man. Dogs "About this time I read a state-o- ) wouldn't dare go near them. Got M. Walker. Mrs. L. pappap put: jodccls.wau c tit juaui Mrs. J. A. Norris inside of Editor of The Brcckenridge News. $LS3 pkg. of give it a trial Before I had taken Mr. John Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. weeks cleared them all out. Kjlled ill of the first bottle my improvement Dear Editor: Enclosed you will find Clovcrport, Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed simple remarkable. While I have tak-- n $2 for a year's subscription to The find money order for $1 for which them by the score every night. Guess please send The Breckinridge News the rest were scared away. I'll never only seven bottles all my troubles urecKcnrnlge News 1 hanking you are completely gone It has been over and wishing you much success to the six months. We can not get along be without' Three sizes a month since stopped taking Tan- News'. I am as ever a subscriber, Mrs without the dear old home paper. We a5c, 03c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed have lived in San Dcigo for the past lac, but I can eat a good, hearty J. A. Norris, Big Spring, Ky. eight years, coming directly here from by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, meal of onions, cabbage, meat, poKentucky. This is indeed a wonderful and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. tatoes, or just anything I want, and Miss T.'da Mercer country, rich in senic beauties San never have a sign of indegistion Why, Mr. J. D Babbage. Cloverport. Ky The Paris woman's magazine, Fem-inI feel as strong and well as I ever Enclosed check far $'2 for The Breck- Dcigo is steadily growing, and will doubtless become one of our largest " has published the answers from did in my life inridge News My time expired Aug. cities more than 5000 women in response to Tanlac is sold in Clovcrport at SOth. Please change my address to Our thoughts still turn to the dear the question: "What great man would Wedding's Drug Store, in Kirk by California School for Girls, at VenMattingly Bros., in Addison by L. tura, Calif Very truly, Tida Mercer. old Kentucky home and the many you marry if you could?" Nearly 2000 friends that reside there. We wish of the women said "Marshal Fochl" D. Addison, in Amnions by Win, H the News and its many readers con- - Flaubert was the next most popular, Dutschke, and in Stephensport by R. Mrs. Drinkwater II Shclman. Dear Mr. Babbage: You will please tinued success. Very respectfully. Mrs. Dante got one vote. D'Annunzio got unci enclosed so cents for the Ureck-- I L. M. Walker, 1052 12th St., San Diego 18. Four women said they would pre fer Woodrow Wilson. Chicago. enridge News three months. I feel Calif The wedding of Miss Lois Hint like I can't do without my home Shacklett and Mr Asbury Evans pap'er as I am left alone. Mrs. Phoebe Groves was solemnized here at the Drinkwater, HOI Danfourth. St. Char Baptist church last Saturday after- leston, Mo. noon at 4 o'clock. & Starks Mrs. Hart departed from here reMrs. Lora' Kingsbury. cently to join her husband in South en-- ! Dear Mr. Babbage: Please find an investment in good appearance America, .where he has been located closed money order for $1 for renewal as a missionary for several years. to The Breckenridge News for C Rev. Everett English, of Hardins- months. I love to hear from my old burg is conducting a series of meet- home town. With best regards. Mrs. ings at the new Brandenburg Baptist Lora Kingsbury, 245 North L , Tulare, church. Calif. Revival services are in progress at s the Methodist church here. Rev Mrs. Otis Taul is assisting the pastor. Rev Mr. J. D. Babbage. Clovcrport, Ky. Wilson. Dear Sir: I am enclosing Si covering : t The pie 'supper at tlie Weldon a years subscription to The Brcck- school house last Friday night was enntige isews lnc News means much largely attended. The proceeds were to me as I am so far from home, and S83. 1 look forward with great pleasure Several ladies of this town met at each week for the paper. California Mrs Guy Hardin's last "Monday after- is very nice, but will never be home noon where a sewing bee was held for iu mc nave plenty oi iresn air nut j i lf Ky. Ship Your Cream To Us I II '- 1J W - . V!. VVL f Mill .... . MHlW.TtJmi CREAM ,....!. ,... I Home Office and Main Plant Louisville, Ky. nnnfiril Al I KHJAlEi - LETTERS WE 1 RAT-SNA- P, G I RAT-SNAP- ." 1 a, I , Crutcher Clothes 1 I Mul-lin- ill I , I J TEN NEW VOTING PLACES (Continued From Page 7) Fcrks of Rough or Sixth Magisterial District Roff: Beginnig at a point where the Kirk and Axtel roaii crosses the Hardinsburg and Fifth Magisterial district line, thence south with said road to the Glen Dean and Mc- Daniels road near A.xtel, thence eat with said road tc the Monastery Bridge, the Xoith Fork of Uoujih. thence to the mouth of Calfmer.o Creek, thence up Calimese Crccn to the Fifth District line, thence north wiht the Fifth district line to the Hardinsburg district line, thence west with the Hardinsburg district line to the road, the place of beginning to vote at Roff. Rockvale: Beginning at old Goshen bridge across Rocklick creek, thence with the old Hartford and Hardinsburg road to the Lazure Cooper residence, to include, thence to the Allie Cooper farm, to include, thence to the residence of Oscar Jones to inckidc, thence to the Joe M. Cooper, residence to include, thence to the old Isaac DeHaven residence to include, thence to nearby point on road leading from H C. Cooper's residence to Bobtown, thence with said road to the Ohio County line at Bobtown, thence south with th Ohio county line to Rough Creek thence up Rough Creek to the mouth of Kocklick to the beginning, to vote at Rockvale. Black Lick: Beginning at Goshen bridge across Rocklick, thence up Rocklick with the line between Glen Dean and the old Rockvale precinct of the Cloverport District line, thence with the Cloverport District line to Hancock county line, thence with with said line to the line of Ohio county, thence' with the Ohio county line to Bobtown, thence with the road that leads to H. G. Cooper's place to a point near to the old Isaac DeHaven residence, not to include, thence to the residence of Joe M. Cooper residence not to include, thence to the Oscar Jones residence, not to include, thence to the Artie Cooper residence, not to include, thence to the Laura Cooper residence on the Hartford road, not to include, thence with the Hartford and Hardinsburg road to the old Goshen bridge at Rocklick, the place of beginning, to vote at or near tjje Dean school house near Thos Robertson's residence. And Sheriff of Breckinridge county is directed to publish same in the Record. Press, which is a newspaper of general circulatiqn in the county and by posting of notices in each of said precincts at least thirty days pripr to Nevember 2nd. J. B, Carman, Sheriff of Breckinridge County. Kirk-Axtcl i I y 4 J 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. Accessibility and simplicity Two-cylinder of Lightweight O'Coats the most useful garment in your wardrobe i '. ViOOL evenings, cloudy weather, on auto trips and in traveling every man finds frequent and satisfactory use for a light weight overcoat. handy, always ready for service for any emergency. A good one usually lasts several seasons. We're showing a large variety; hundreds of coats of the world's most famous makes. is always Its 12 H. twin-cylind- er engine gives .you P. at the drawbar, and 25 H. P. on the belt. 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