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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 13, VOL XLV CLOV ERPORT, CLOVERPORT WOMAN VOTED FOR BRYAN 24 YEARS AGO Voting in a presidential election will not be entirely new for one Cloverport yoman. Back in elec1800 in the tion, Mrs. R B Pierce, of "Rose Hill," voted for William Jennings Bryan while living in Denver, Bryan-McKinl- 1920 8 Pages No. 16 ST. ROSE SCHOOL - CLOSED TWO DAYS C'PORT ASKED FOR LIEUT. MOORMAN BURIED SUNDAY, $300 FOR K. C. H.' I O. P. SPEAKER TO DRAW A CROWD FAILS BELOVED PRIEST For Father Brey and Funeral of ' Mother. Mary Aloysius of St. Joseph's, Who Died in Los Angeles. j ., I In reverence to the memory of Rev. ''Father Celestinc Brey, of Louisville, ' (nrnmr naelnr nf thi St. RflSC cllllfCll rof this city, whose death occurred in nf.MrnrAJin ..CUIIt3Ua) IOUISVIIIC, UrJHAa.lnif Ull.l.wv.a, tillRose parochial school was closed St. Thursday. The school was also closed Friday for the funeral of Mother i Mary Aloysius, whq was buried in cemetery near' ' Mt. St. Joseph's - r,.rncKr.rr Priflav in nr ii inc. Sister Y'.Agnita, superior of .St. Rose, Sister T1 tended the funeral of Mother Mary Tnan T A rr nf trip TTrsline order-at- - syioysius. -- ' Owensboro, Thursday afternoon and were taken to the convent followed by cortege of nearly forty alumni of St. Joseph's. The funeral was held Friday morning at 10 o'clock. The solemn j OCT. requiem mass was sung by Rev. James Wtintpm rhnnlnin nf St. Tosenh's. T Rev. E. S.' Fitzgerald preached thej runerai sermon ana rcv. justp" Rev. R. L. Shirley, of Walton, i.Odendahl. presided atv the organ. Will Assist the Pastor in scores 01 clergyman irom an uyci the state, and. sisters ot tne ursune Fall Meeting. ftrder and former students ot at. Rev. Joseph's attended the funeral. Rev. E. C. Nail, pastor in charge of l.s F. Norman. Kev. Knue ana rcv. Jdendahl from this county attended. the Baptist church, and his congregation have arranged to have their annual revival meeting this year in NOTICE TO PARENTS November. Rev. R. L. Shirley. V, . . Nail, and VA meeting will be held at the Pub- - Walton, is to assist Rev. here is' for Building on lnday, uct. the date set Rev. his comingopen the r School Nail will p. m, for the purpose of November 1. J at 3.30 meeting on Sunday. October 31 ganizing a Previous to the revival. Rev. Nail P.vprv narent in the district i,.,-. Id. invitorl tn he- nrpsent. If and Rev. J. R Randolph, pastor of the rtfu are interested in your child and their churches to take ithe schools, do not tan to De mere. members from the religious census of the town. The R. F. Peters, rnn. t religious census has not been taken here for four years. ITTTPTATIM ON SUNDAY COUNTRY HOME :AT THEIR MRS. BETTIE CLEMENTS DIED OF INJURIES. Bewleyville, Oct. 12. (Special) Mr. Boyd Keith entertained at Mrs. Bettie Clements; of Hawes-villcountry home here Sunday the kir,.,;,, mother, of-- Elmer Cook of ,this r. tn dfnnir.'(r. and Mrs. Ben city hosfHson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom city, died last Sunday ata the result of an IKUnn nnri familv. Mr. and Mrs. pital in Owensboro as ctc Wilcnn anrt fntnilv. Mr. and accident. Mrs. Clements was thrown ne IrJ. Geo. Compton and family, Mr. from her buggy wnen her norsc road public frightened nd Mrs. Chesley Wilson, Mr. and came Hawesville. on the Irs.' Ross' Pace, Mrs Bettie Lee Mc- - near Mrs. Clements was twice married, r, oy and Alton undgewater ana Ray Keith. A fine big din- - and was the daughter of the late Richad Mrs. is survived She Webb ard was served. by three sons. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cook and daughter attended the funX. FORMALLY TENDERS $5,000,000 TO LEGION eral in Hawesville, last Tuesday. Alary Aloysius was me Siir!nr n( St Inspnli's Academv. She died in Los Angeles, Calif. Qy, VJll. X. J71CI IKIIiailia biihu Mother Pierce tells it that she went to the polls on that first time with her husband, and woman like expected to walk right in the booth and vote when "Bob", as she calls him, did. But the election officers wouldn't allow her to vote in the same booth with "Bob", so she faced her first election ballot all alone and trembling. Having been faithful to the Democratic party these twenty-fou- r years Mrs. Pierce expects to show her appreciation of President Wilson and her devotion to the party by casting her vote for Cox on Nov. 2. Not only that, but the father and four. sons of the Pierce family will add five more votes to the Cox column. Colo. Mrs. W. H. Collins Representing Ky. Many Friends Gather to Pay Orphans Home, Visits Here Last Tribute To One of Local School Pledges Its County's War Heroes Who Quota. Died in France. Children's Home which takes des titute children, not taken by any other institution and finds good homes for them, has relieved Breckinridge coun- tv of about twenty pauper children One of these was a little girl put on a train by a married sister without a ticket or telling any one where she wanted her to go She fell in with two deaf and dumb children and by mistake was taken with them to Dan ville to the deaf and dumb institute, where she stayed nine months before being transferred to the Children s Home Society out- The ,,.,., present home has been the Vr ,,, vpnra nn,l nnM management has bought an 80 acre farm iust out of the city on which it will build a model village ot cottages The school children of Kentucky are asked to raise the necessary money and the new home is to be a memorial for' them. Every county has been assessed a certain amount and this in turn ap- Societv. Mr. Eugene Daily, of Louisville, a Republican campaign speaker, was in Cloverport, Thursday for the purpose, of making a political speech at a community picnic On account of not having a crowd at the picnic at any time during the day, Mr. Daily returned home on PASSED AWAY Rev. Father Celestine Brey Former Pastor of St. Rose Succumbed to Heart Trouble BAPTIST REVIVAL TO OPEN 31 . of.... I Parent-Teache- rs As-K3ti- nn - e, i Vnrlf Oct. 0 The Knichts Pnlnmhnc tnrlnv fnrmerlv offered k.' AmpriV.Tn T.pcnnn $5,000,000 for building to be erected in Washing- w- .as a luciliui mi iir im-iivi- i men killed during the war. Res A Flaherty, supreme Knigni, thp offer to Col. Fred Galbraith banal commander of the American lion, STEERS AVERAGE 1.083 LBS. trvineton. Oct. 11. (Special) G. N. tddan weighed up to Harry Norton vyebster, on luesaay morning oi t week, 31 steers averaging ,iaa 9 4 cents. This is one of inds (test ioaa oi came snippca irum neichborhood this year. Mr. Lyd- ifbred most of the load of cattle inging to Mr. Norton, which won prize at tne aiate fair. A 3-- I,ir CAUGHT 70 LB. BLUE CHANNEL CAT FISH. Mr. Eddie Gregory holds the record for catching the largest riyer fish of this season. Last week his champion catch was a 70 lb. blue channel cat. He sold it for $11.50. Saturday Mr. Gregory caught an- other cat that weighed 25 lbs His method if river fishing is by jugging, MULE CONTEST EXTENDED ine rreeman anu nrown iuuic uuu- test, which was to have closed Fri- day, Uct. 22, has been extended two weeks longer, closing Nov. 0.. On account of being so busy harvesting crops, Freeman and Brown have not had time to sell as many tickets as they desired before the contest closed. Rev. Father Celestinc Brey, pastor The funeral of 1st Lieut. Roy Evan of the Holy Cross church in LouisMoorman, who died in Angles, ville, and who for sixteen years was France, Oct. S, 1918, was held Sun- the beloved pastor of the St. Rose N day afternoon in the Baptist church church in this city died suddenly Wednesday afternoon in Louisville. at Hardinsburg. There was a large Father Brey had called to sec one of gathering of people from all parts of his parishoners whose husband died who attended and paid the county, recently, and as he was leaving her their last tribute to one of the county's home lie was stricken with a heart Purchased Office Rooms Ad- - attack and died almost instantly. war heroes. In the funeral cortege, which arrived joining The Breckenridge j Father Brey wa M ye"" old. born at the church exactly at 2 o'clock, News Office. at Whitesville, Daviess county, Ky. He was the son of James Wm. Brey members of wcrc about twenty-fiv- e Brey. He attended and Teresa the Mr.sonic order. The flag draped bought the the parochial Dury at Whitesville and Brabandt has school by Moorman Ditto, U..11.5. uui.u.i.Ks rtujumiiiB casket was borne . tarv. uicorcu. c, ...... t fnl We. Mar nn rmintv. . Miller DeHaven. Eugene McGary, enndge News office and owned by Jno. rom J884 t0 vv. tl)at was lg8Gi am c .ur ...- - a studenti-- 0f Cecelian after College. Gregory Harth, Earl Glasscock and " a to picture show house in a short t c. i.. n i)ii a ji. vendues u Fred Schultz time. The offices are occupied now by i,u, h. v,uiickc, rfimnie,e, .,:,- Pnllrse ,lp Rev. J. T. Lewis, of Howell, Ky., Mr. Bradandt's studio in one and V. inBaltimore, offered a prayer, read the scripture G. Babbage, attorney and L. V. Chap-i- at St. Mary's Seminary subdeaconship received the l Md , he eulogized on the life of the deand city tax collector in the other. ot the parted hero. Part of the service inThe two rooms will be thrown into and deaconshtp atJune hands On LardJuly 1803. inal Gibbons in p cluded the reading of a letter of one, and there will be a seating 21, 181)3, Father Brey was elevated condolence written to Lieut Moor of about 2.')0. Mr. Brabandt the priesthood at the Cathedral to of man's parens and signed by ten of owns a fathescope moving picture the Assumption, Louisville, by the Sano. of which a- 9.1wl tn l',e commanding officers at the French machine, which requires slow burn- - late Rev. William George McCloskey, mount the city school' raised about mg nims anu is nre prooi. otnuui m migics. SB" last vear Bishop of Louisville. At. the conclusion of the church Work of remodeling the building W. H. Collins, .,representing c the services, the Father Brey took his first mission . . . ...:tt kr,: ., .,.i ...:u yiuu- .1.. -' "- - remains were carried to B society, spoKe xo me pupns oi me at Fancy Farm. He was next sent to m Hard.m bur?.lably he open V """.last of,A ' ew c by the October. . the Fenwich mission and then return Cloverport Public school Wednesday , ,, and at the grave the Masons paid their f k:.,,i .1,. the children who enthusiastically re- Came Here in 1896 Witer HARDINSBURG GIRLS 1 1 was in 1896 Father Brey was sent ceived him. and pledged themselves to f a t hm A rT7rT7 a t -'--" do .,. best r aupt. feters thinks rea and white dahlias with blue tulle t0 Cloverport to become the pastor ....... their i.., t... .l:r .:.: of M. Rose .,. ,.V bow in the center, and a number of First Basket Ball Game of Season July 31, 1912and remained here until .u: when he was sent to tributes, a great institution and do- - other beautiful floral Lost To C. H. S. Girls. Louisville to the Holy Cross church. ,,, T:c i, Glen Dean. Born in During his pastorate here, Father everybody ;n Cloverport and the The basket ball game Saturday Brey won the love and esteem, not Lieut. Moorman was the son of Mr. help put this and Mrs. W. R. Moorman, of Hard- - afternoon between the Hardinsburg only of the members of his parish county at iarEe w matter through as the new home is insburg He was born on March 19, High School girls and the C. H. S. but of a great number of the people 188G in Glen Dean? at "Planters Hall Quintet resulted in a score of 7 to 1 in the community who knew him. He needed. bad Stock Farm where his parents form- - for the former. The local girls fought was notably kind and charitable erly resided. He receiyed his com- gamely and showed much promise, Father Brey celebrated his silver mon school education in Hardins- but because of light weight and in- jubliee on July 21, of this year. GOES burg and then went to Center College sufficient practice, went down before Surviving are four sisters. Mrs. PatDanville, where he was graduated in the onslaught of the older and more rick Howard and Mrs. S. D. Barrett law and other branches of studies. experienced team from Hardinsburg. both of Whitesville. and two who are years old, The line-u- p follows: When he was twenty-tw- o members of the Loretto sisterhood. Cloverport Eva Jolly, Fd, Chris- Lieut. Moorman went to LI Centro, The funeral of Father Brey was 'Calif., where he was engaged in the tma Keil. Gd, Anna M. Tatum. Ct held in Whitesville, Monday morn- Reunion of Penick Family Held aut0mobile business. Eleanor Reid, Fd., and Vera Jolly, Gd. ing and his remains were laid to rest success in iiaiuuisumg i auiiiic .uuornimi, in me cnurcn cemetery. in Hardinsburg Previous to'lHirwas-rapidly-attaininth's ',lisine3S when he volunteered in Fd.. Grace Brown, Gd . Margaret WIS .Leaving. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS the Army and was sent to the Officers Monarch, Ct , Genevieve Brown, Fd.,1 Training school in Presidio, Calif , and Alice Meador. Gd. Mr. and Mrs. F. Miller Ferry are Miss Rem made the single field being congratulated on the arrival of A rPiminn nf the R H. Pen ck untir, January iuib He was men or fam;j.. was he(j jn Hardinsburg, Sun- - dered overseas. It was while he was goal for Cloverport. Misses G. Brown a second son, William Pate, Tuesj, n-- t m at thp Immr of Mr Pe- - an instructor in the French Artillery and Monarch were responsible for the day, October 5. nick's daughter, Mrs. W. P. Romine, school at Angles, that Lieut Moorman scores of the visiting team, Next Saturday the C. H. S. girls Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Graves announce and Mr Romine The occassion was was stricken with pneumonia to which will journey to Hardinsburg to stage the arrival of a daughter, Margaret in honor of Rev. R. O. Penick, who he succumbed on Oct. 2. Lieut. Moorman was a member of a come-bachnc l.ppn mlleH to the Methodist Lewin, on Wednesday. October 6, at church in Whitine. Kans. He with one of the leading families in Breckthe home of Mrs Graves' mother, inridge county. He was a young man MOTORED TO WHITES Mrs. Rena Wroe. The new arrival is Mrs. Penick and their three children, was very VILLE TO ATTEND REV, Virginia, William and R O. Penick. of strong personality, and named for her aunt. Miss Margaret FATHER BREY'S FUNERAL Wroe, of Toccoa, Ga. Jr., left Monday for their new home, popular among all ot his associates Rev. Penick served six years as pastor He was a devoted son, a" christian in Former narishoner"! of tlip Intp Rev Pnncrrntnlntinne are hpinir sent to of the Hodgenville Methodist church lann, anu 10 crown n an lie vuiuu in the Elizabethtown district ot the tariiy gave nis mi in ine great cause Lelestine lirey and members of the Mr. and Mrs Lynn 1 roxel, of Tithn, oi numanuy. at. Kose church, who motored to Ohio, on the arrival of a son, Lynn Louisville Conference. Surviving Lieut. Moorman are his Whitesville, Monday to attend his Troxel, Jr., on October 2. At the reunion were: Mr. R. H. P.nirt Mr ami Mrs W. P Romine: parents, two brothers. Judge Henry funeral were: Mr. ami Mrs Tolm He is the first grandchild of Mr. Rev. Penick, Mrs. Penick and child- - DeHaven Moorman and W. R. Moor- - Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Brown, and Mrs. Walter Sherman, of Toledo ren; Mr and Mrs. D. T. Penick and man, Jr, one sister, Mrs Sam Mon- - Mr. and Mrs. James Burke and Mr. Ohio, and the third great grandchild and Mrs Chas Friel and daughter, of Mrs. W. H. Bowmer, of this city. daughter. Margaret, of near Hardins- - arch, of Kirk. iMiss Friel. Mesdames. Chas. Bohler. ; burg; Mr. and Mrs. Morton Penick Wm. Darst. Joe Beavin, Ray Matting-- 1 MARRIED IN OWENSBORO and children. Charles Edward and ly and J. B. Ridgeway. Miss Gussie1 Frances Marie, of Buffalo. Ky. And Burke. Messrs E Frank Carter, Joe and John Poole, age thirty-fou- r little Miss Frances Katherine Kinch - , Carter, Frank Oelze, Paul Lewis, Joe Amelia B. Dregge, age eighteen the eloe. une son, Air. Clarence renicK, C. Burke and C F. Mattingly. With these former of Breckinridge county and Qf Iowa, was absent were Rev. J. S Henry, Rev. Norman, the latter of Owensboro, were married Kev. Joseph (Jdendahl and Rev. J. by Squire Hite, Saturday m BOOKKEEP-INGNECESSAR- Y F. Knue. of Breckinridge countv. boro. Owensboro Tobacco Louisville, The Kentucky the afternoon train without ing a speech. mak- BRABANDT TO 0-PE- PICTURE SHOW I ilr' "-"- i, .C.--,9- -- - .' ..... i.i ,, h-- - n, cap-acit- ,.. . . m- -- -,- ''J " -- ,;,,, I ,.,i, ,t. f" f'j cerLS ""??m1VcJ ! " " t nr I i.ivi "''fs uA I REV. PENICK TO WHITING, KANS. g k. - iAATI PVDllPTv llUUli liEil UlllkJ FROM S. MARKET Find Prices Encouraging Over The South. FARM ' To Business-Lik- e Farmers U. Invitation We extend to our customers and friends in Breckinridge and adjoining Counties a most hearty invitation to call on us when in Louisville. S. Department of Agriculture Furnishes Aid. Our Messrs. Paul Compton, Nathaniel Shellman and ,W. T. Chapin will take pleasure in waiting on you, and give you every attention possible. Capital and Surplus 1 I i $600,000.00 i Mtmbtrof ' Federal Reserve System Lincoln Savings Bank & -- Trust Company Fourth Mariti at LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY ''The Convenient Bank at the Convenient Corner." Farming is a business, and, to be successful it must be conducted in a businesslike manner It involves the production and sale of commodities, just as does manufacturing. The business man, whether in factory or on farm, should be contantly considering price held up well. two questions: The season has just closed and on (1) What profit is my business mk that market there were sold this year ing? tobacco pounds 00 How can that profit be increas- 8,200,000 of $24 75.of Last year for an ' there average ed? The first of these must be answered were sold 8,100,000 pounds for an avbefore an intelligent effort can be erage of $25 a hundred pounds. The made to answer the second. .Proper price of tobacco held up well all over i accounting leads directly to the ans II1C 31UIC Ul wiuuill uiunuu u.ai.Jfcv wer to the first question, and nence the fact that much bytobacco in the wet weather, state was damaged it is essential to any Mr Bowling has gone to North Carplan to increase profits. The problem of the farmer is to olina and Virginia to investigate remeet conditions on his own farm in ports that tobacco is off there, He a way that will give him the greatest says that from .the information he net returns, year in and year out, for has been able to gather theis crop in of very the use of his capital, his labor, and North Carolina and Virginia much of his managerial ability. Before he can inferior quality .this year and be considered a successful farm oper it was drowned out by the rains. He is is of opinion ator he must produce results that will sellingthewell and that good tobaccothe that reports of cover the value of all these Capital can earn interest without labor on slump in the market are greatly exthe part of its owner, and labor can aggerated. Owensboro Messenger. earn wages without owning any capital. The fanner, utilizing both in the actually receive, nor how these comconduct of his business, should se pare with what they should receive cure returns that will cover both in for their work and the use of their terest and wages. Not until both of capital. Doubtless many are living on these have been more than covered the interest of their capital, making can any profit be credited to the farm- small wages or none, and no net proing operations. Nothing but return fits; Write the United States Department in xcess of interest and wages can of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, properly be considered as net profit. There is reason to believe that many for Farmers' Bulletin 511, Farm Book farmers, ,owiqg ) a lack of proper kwping which may be had upon records, not- - know wht returns they , ut Green Crabtree, of the Owensboro , Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse com- pany has received more encouraging news from the Carolina tobacco markets than most of the news which has ' reached here recently. J. E Bowling, of the Owensboro Tobacco Warehouse company who also operates two of the four loose leaf floors in Timmonsville, S. C, writes that despite the fact that the tobacco crop in that secion was hardly up o last year's crop in quality the ( . No Bank Can Grow Without Giving Giving What Giving friendly interested Service in its patrons' financial problems. the strictest confidence to its customers' affairs. " Giving security that means building up a big surplus to safeguard every dollar of it's depositors. Giving a Fair Rate Of Interest on Time posits and Savings. .We Have Grown We Lend De- -' lecause We Have Given These Things a Helping Hand Beside Lending Dollars BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARRINSBUR6. KENTUCKT "Tht Bunk Tht Mtkts You Feel At Home" I PAGE TWO THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY field, were the guests of Mrs, Matting- - OCTOBER It, M fc f to the order of the 0. E, S. last Sat- - D. Moorman, were guests of Mrs, G. guests of Mr and Mrs. Henry Skill-ly- 's F, Dandy, of near Irvington, Satur- - man, Thursday. tirday evening ' Rev. Tom Grundv of Brcman will Mrs. Varda McGhec has received day Mr. Elbert Norton and Miss Lena fill Rev. Bruington s appointment at an announcement of the marriage of John Nelson and Miss Catherine Mo Snydei1 were married in Hardinsburg, Ephcsus. Sunday, Oct, 17. i Saturday. Ghee, Denver, Col The Cumberland Presbyterian Mis- Miss Emma Lee Bandy, of Irving- - sionarv Society of Eohesus Contrresa- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strothcr. of Ala-HARDINS3URG in. bama. have been the guests of Mr. ton, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. tion will meet Thursday with Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Harbors. Portcrsvillc, J: Branson Elkins. and Mrs Manuel Brooks. J. A. Bruington, last week Calif., is visiting her brother, Joe STI2PHENSPORT Mrs. Vida Webb and daughter, Dr. W. B. Taylor and Mrs Taylor ...I XT .i, II.-a- I. ' wan... aidiui, ami ..... ... j . 1. -. - .f.- - ..!.!..: ii m yisuhik WEBSTER ui vuh"" aampic, was moiorcu iu nuugcnvmc, iur mc hxcr- - u ss miwu, -- nr!.!.!. Dr Joe Snhircs and family have..,:re- - . Alrs Jess Allcr end. relatives here . .,:: t ..:..:n i. in town Wednesday, f.. Miss Genevieve Wright was the Mr.'and Mrs. E A. Hardesty motor- n- - n s Sni,Jr i am! famSlv. week-en- d An.AaiiitlA Ual Ttlitfliln tl'tAP, ..I If -- " guest of Miss M L. Rhodes HARNED GARFIELD Z. C Hcndiick, cashier of Farmers (. nnJ Afra U. !..- UnJ.lnA Bank & Trutt Co, has returned from Mr's Cliff Pile, of Vine Grove, was the Mrs.'H. S, Haddock and Mr. Wal Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Bandy and EIiza Boar,,t of ciovctport, In II mJ VTnnnit Louisville. J...l.t wa. ;., towll i,st Tuesday. nuium, . uaiiKMlcrs, ixcu anu iiuiii. ui ncic .aai jttJtAl i Itn t gucai h( iciaiivcs Itaka lait m.tn, lace Knott attended church at Wal- Mrs. A. I. Urane anu son, ot lrv- SherrlwlI Van Conia. of Indiana- - Mrs Cora Priest, Mrs. Raymond Janus Payne, of Clarkson, spent a nut Grove, Sunday wno nave uccn me giicsm "' nr.lU. snent- last week here with his btansberry and baby, Hcrsliel Aiatfi- - tPW ,invi nf lat vlreek with Mr and ingtou, .... w nonen t, ., - . ., t?ll,: nnai 3J ;." ".'-,- ., , V riarpcr, wno is attetid- ir. her tiarentii. luciirc h. JJ. I'avtic and r wwnwiora' ma in" "'" ng .chool at Hardinsburg, spent thc guesVs Sunday Payne' have returned. ' Mrs: . to a large III le dughur were and rSaturdliy vening. J. R Eskridge spent Friday ,n ' J of Mr and Mrs. Richard Whitworth. ,atTnSc Baptist Missionary. Society met weunesaay aiiernooii wiiii ai.ss vir- wu Miss Qssie Payne spent Friday Rev I F. Norman. Mr. mid Mrj.', "1. i.J' jjui i mc uassci uaii Kanit nu r,,aV. iikhis was in .i.itu iiiuiue, son aiicuucu Saturday. .T iiBK ,11. gmia raync. cicciric ( in Cloverport, Cloverport, ?l!,e.' A Claycomb Henry Critcheloe, of Axtel, spent 1 Sved..th V c llef, .n. J. M. R wa T I (A.IAialMas J Mtunuav i ' " Stewart have purchased a fine aiiss iNancy uoara visitcu tier niece, tcunuaj ttinlil mc Monday. Rickett ,ami ?on Harold Mrs Byron MiiIer at McQuady, last and Mrs. J 'M. Crume. Dodge car. lien Hook, Brandcnl wis the of,MJ3, John guests of .g Rev. Oldham has sold his property Roe. were week-en- d Several from here ' attended the guest of relatives, Satu raay rg w Gilbert. . Mrs Enos P.runer and Mrs. John here to Mrs. 'Ezra Tucker, of Mook. day Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dye and child- Sutton, were in Webster, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs Adam Robinson left ir(jay njKhti Mr. and Mrs Quincy Wooslcy, ren, of Irvington. were week-en- d pp rra t for t pilnjc j guests guests of Mr. Dye s parents, Mr. and at ,iie bedside of their sister, Mrs Thursday visit Elizabeth, Ind, where Webster, were the week-enMrs. Robinson's par- - Rhodes were in Irvington, Saturday. will McCoy, who has typhoid fever, they will . .. of'Mr. Wooslcy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dye. Mrs. Tom Thomas, . of Irvington, x:nts. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. uiasscocK. .. Mrs will McCov is on the sick Mrs. S. Wooslcy .. r... iir..i... rr,..Mi... nr uuiua.u, x: . ,st Dr. 0 E. Ferguson returned from was tne guest 01r .ner sister, ... Mrs. aus-- . hs yvcaicy iuuu,ui n.i,.n, arrivJames Adams, Villa Montana, Louisville, Friday in a new Ford . C. was the Kuest of Mr and Mrs P. fjc pj.,, vr r:n..oi. i, tin T.eflraiul. last week. ed Saturday to visit J. T. Hoben and Mr.and Mrs. G. P. Macy were bun Mrs. Clint Davis and Miss Lydia M Tucker, and other relatives last urtjay amj Sunday guest of Misses i iamil. otiipqIq nf their snn. f!lias. Macv. Macy were guests of Airs. Will Bru- - week. xina.. May and Mary Wright C C. Ah, borgo. Ky., spent last anJ -- i ;..rrtr.n Pfliliv rs Ma Rev. R. O. Peniclc and son. William ." i t u week here on business Miss Bessie WatliiiKton spent the i i .1.:. i' u.-- . trc Altn TavW anrl liatw of Hodircnvtlle. soent the week-en- d r 3h t.i . ' . Mr .and Mrs. Henry Dennis. Gar- the week-enwth her parents, Mr. Rllth and Mr. J. E, Collinsworth, of with Mr and Mrs David Penick. week. Miss Ora Hendrick will take her field, were the guests of their daughMrs. N. H. Watlington, near Livia, McClain county, visited Mr. and Miss Mary Mattmgly and Mr Willie pacc untii she is abe t0 tcacj, ter, Mrs. T. A. Rhodes, and Mr. and Hardinsburg. Mrs. Taylor Compton, last week. Mr. Patterson were married in Cannelton, Miss Louise May who is teaching Rhodes. Mrs plevia Lay left Monday for Collinsworth is hale and hearty at Friday. school at Harncd, was the week-enHeston Driscotl, Cloverport, was New Ind.. where she will tnc age 0( 8: years. Rev. Roc delivered a splendid ser- - gucst 0f ,cr parents Mr. and Mrs. here I hursday cnurcn aunaay. w lt anU u Ui Uregory had1. tlie mon at tnc Metnouisi.,.,.! Miss Ilia Glasscock was the guest "laKC 'lcr tj t mc luiu.t wim ..v. .. . . i xfre T.av. r:.i.,. aim hn. I,. nf May. j " Slican .ll i " "V' Was the KUCSt pleasure UIr licarillti wnnV n,wl uj jr i......, v. KllOdCS WaS in inun.a Satlirdav with Mr. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I on "" . MlSS Lillian Blame : .. PlUahntlnnvvti last wrrn Owenslini-n- . snent !.: week-enGlasscock the of Miss Maude Robbins, aso Kllests 0f friends and relatives at and Mrs Robert Weatherford Several from here attended court Miss Anna O'Reilly and Miss Sheila last week near Sample. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tucker and Mr at Hardinsburtr. Monday' Oct 4th. Cecilia. Poole have returned from several days Mrs. Minor Pierce and brother, Mesdames Vin Withers, Park Miller and Mrs P M. Tucker and Mr. and William Prottt left Tuesday for stay in Louisville. returned Monday to psinr nf Krt were mipsts Mrs. S. K. Tucker visited relatives ill t Mr .:n. . ... ..:.. u Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Walls, Sample, Herman Stllwell.after a visit to their .ml 1 Holloway. O., Waggoner. Leitchfield, Sunday. Thursday of Mrs. Jim J were the guests of Mr. Walls' sister, parents, Mr. and Msr. James Milwell. Monroe Basham spent the week-en- d Mr. C. S. Board and sister.-- Miss r.T TTM nrAM Mrs. Henry Trent, and Mr. Trent, sj-i. .... .. r - unciisuuiu, ..::.:.. i.: ..,.!. Messrs. C. B. Waggoner E. A. xt 1113 I'vunty uuaiu, inuiurcu iu v.usicr, in ri i3ii.u inuiuci, Thursday. Smith. Abe Bryant. Richard McAfee Wednesday with Hon. Ben Johnson, Mrs Tilford Harper. Many from here attended the fun- D. L. McGary and Moorman Ditto and Shelly Gentry are doing carpen- - where he delivered a splendid speech. Mrs. J. Gray who" has been very ill eral of Roy E. Moorman, at Hardins- were in Elizabethtown, Thursday. burg. Sunday. Mrs. C. L. Bruington and daughters, is improving. bister Kobertus and bister Thomas ter work at Addison. .velyn and Mary Ulizanetli, Kev. U L. uruington lett mook, miss uettte weDD, ot Hardinsburg, Misses ""I'l' w.CMl , l" . of St Romauld's Actdeinv attended . j. 0f Harned, were here Saturday, shop- - for Sharon, near Hopkinsville, where is visiting relatives ner to l here. the fmieril nf superior Mother rnrv c.,u,rsaa wi, meet .... ,iiusnaiiu, :., . 1431 a 1..- -. ...sn V.UIIUUI.I - 3C11C3 r at ,nnn " :... Ul x. .j nrr .... . 1PrP that dav JI1., w, .y, j 1,11. ai.U 1U13, ft J.. LltdlU ajJCIll i... ,,t Will ltlCtLIU3i Aloysius at Mt. St. Joseph, Friday ironi uermany, wncrc nc weniiu sec wrs. K. fj. Harned and daucliters. w th her narents. less A. Mrs. Tice Miller. Mrs. Park Miller week-enMrs. D. C. Walls has returned from Custer, where she was called by the ins mumcr, who was in ner uui ycai Alisses Kutli, Mary Ann and Mrs J. and Mrs. V. Withers, ot Kirk, were Moorman and tamiiy. tf pU00VJ l il J JIIUUI.HI; "IHIl. illness of her mother, Mrs. Alexander. UWU wasIIUthere. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Watlington, he Rew C D. Royal, a Christian min- - jBTiriiriirii Misses Bess and Judith Watlington, : the Lity rlall istcr Philip and John WatI ncton were the cvcry held services in 1. . i..a WCCK' CVC1""K ld5t Sunday guests of their daughter. Mrs. Win. bininions, and Mr. biminons, "I Wouldn't Go Camping Without Irvington. Says Ray White. Mr and Mrs. Oscar Brown are re joicing over the arrival of a daughter. l ' w.ife and I spent our vacation Elizabeth, horn Oct 1. Rev E. H. English, who has been camping last summer, smell of WtI V0"1 to tow,n a series of meetings at lnS bro"Bl'' "i " the baptist church. Hrandcnburg, has ul SU,"V c got es. put it outside our tent. returned. the a"'l Mrs V. B. Mattingly. Gar- - ors, rats alright big fellows. ! armstorekeepers, housewives, should use Three sizes. Ilfic. Sold and guaranteed by (i."r, $1 .'. C"ntaJ Payne & Co.. Cloverport. and P r Heard & Co., Hardinsburg. chin cozily in snuggle invites In the County -- mother, Mrs Nancyc Snyder, Sunday. Miss Frances Alexander and Mr. Edward Whitfield were maricd at St. Romauld's church, Tuesday 7 a. 1 TT-.- it. ... . Glen Moorman has rented Mr. Bettle Dempster's property jind wJH move here soon Lennic Mattingty will have charge of Glen's farm ner Black Lick church. Mrs. Myrtle Hines, of Harried, vis ited Nolic Ashley's, recently also Mrs. Ike Davis, of McUuaciy, was a gu at Mr. Ahlev's. T R. Wilson and family motored to Bowling Green, last Sunday Mrs. P. B. Hoskins entertained the -- it'll" i' r- .' .'.. aaok ... ...., -- XT I A 4 a -- -. .,nSBen f X. .77 ... i- . lin -' -w .,....t .A r7,' CT. Mlohnarpen W M. S, last Monday and the meeting was very interesting, It was voted to have election dinner. The society will 'very much appreciate any patronage you may offer. Mesdames T. H. Moorman ad Allen Moorman and daughters, have returned to South Dakota. They will visit a few days in Louisville, on their return. , r I . IS d K, ii" Hllaa k"' "'&.X SterW -- FRYMIRE Several from here motored to Union Star, Thursday night to hear the Hon. Ben Johnson speak. Mrs. Gus Bargcr and Mrs. C. L. Dodson and two children, attended the funeral of Mrs. Herman Claycomb, at Raymond, Thursday. E. H. Shellman and son have installed electric lights in their residence which will add great beauty to their Louisville, the past three weeks, re- turned home Saturday for an indefi "'tc. stay. Pauline Frymire and Salena Misses Noble spent Wednesday night with Miss Irene Johnson. Mr- and AIrSi Harley Bobinet and - i . -- ...-- :. I -- :- ... -- i:i. d home. V. R. Dodson, who has been in d -- d .,. ":" ., " 1 :.. r-- n..., ..,.. t.j.. mi oaoy, ot ...:.u ,lt ' Pln'lnnt. , , . is.y., spcniui t u. raaucan, .111. inJ ...-- . r "u fr yan-mo- . VJ. .. Mr- - and MrsC Bruner, of with Louisville, spent the week-en- d hs father, R. Bruner at the home of T 1 .-- 1 I 1 1 :- ..-- I "" ,,,,,,' t Mrs Paris Barr was called to Louis- ville, Saturday by the illness of her rtnncrhtpr Mrs Oscar Rlirke. Mrs. S. J. Brashear and daughter, Miss Caroline and grandson, Ludwell B. Adkisson, spent Sunday with her aaugnter, Mrs. V. A. iKeto, ana ivir. Sketo. w iUl Mr and Mrs. Gus Bartrer. 1 .- K -.: d t n-- little son. David Sphire, Mrs. frrymire and little aaugnter, ClIIU -- r. j mi3, nr A,l t J 1VUU.. IdUll Tk.... ti. z.mmJi Anna ,3 oAtfv' JW )H ,:. "' ll ! J. Rat-Snap- ," cook-conducti- When a Sudden Cold Wave Comes M-r- ":". "" It's Nice to Have a Warm Coat your One that you to it's huge fur trimmed collar. We have plenty such garments in our October displays only they arr ever so much nicer than any mere description would ever make you believe. RAT-SNAP- ." 'lam JaP s'ZaBr N i J, i a ,1 $425 BUYS A Ford Touring Car 1920 COMPLETE WITH STARTER IRVINGTON Mrs. is Green. Lewis Waggoner. Louisville, is visiting his parents. Mr and Mrs. Frank Dell Lashbrook. Owcnsboro. the guest of Mr and Mrs M. C. BARGAIN RU3SEL HOOK, Hardinsburg, Ky. ( x) )nooriorftlwi Southern Optical Co. PERFECT. FITTING V SPECTACLES AND are glas-e- s Kryptoka inviiib e Bifocal Lent Soulhweit Corner 4th and CheatMt 3 LOUlbVlLLE. KY. Artificial Eyea Messrs. H P Conniff, J. D. Lyddan .1 M Herndon. Misses N'elle Smith Margaret Bandy motored to Louisville. Friday afternoon to hear Gov J. M. Cox speak. Dr L. B Moremen. Chicago spent with his family. the week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. W J. I'iggott. Jr, and daughter Clare, of Viuccnncs. I lid., have been the guests of Mr and Mrs. W J. Piggott. Mrs John Galloway has returned from Louisville, where she has been the guest of her son, Leonard Galloway. Mr. and Mrs. Carradine Willis and baby, of Cleveland. Ohio, visited Mr and Mrs J. W Willis, last week. Mrs. J. T Johnson and Miss Frances Johnson, Louisville, spent Sunday with Mr and .Mrs. T N. McGlothlan Mrs. Newsom Gardner has returned frciu a visit with her sister, Mrs. W L. Cox, Louisville While there she Waggoner. vJplMHr mmmw I 'if! and and Beautiful, Rich Fur and Glorious Woolens Are Combined In These Coats Some of the striking new coats even have exquisite embroideries and intricately braided motifs to accentuate the individuality of their good lines. Variations of the dolman mode are given special promilftssk! aHIHv inence and one notes in remarkable adundance such intriguing style departures as bloused waists; ;HsTW rviCHSP pannels; sloping hems; huge, loose sleeves; and nS sleeves which resemble nothing so much as charmingly exag- ''K9m Vwrv lrfii MBH gerated cuffs. A point worthy of careful consideration is the prices. They are lower much lower than the prices ask'J, W ed for merchandise of similar quality in the immediate past. ."NX III Ml Coat prices begin at n fer inli ! h v vV.1. ff 4Bjh i'-iLC II 3H lira 'i If ml -- SB' IV m 11 took the White Shrine Degree. Cards have been received announcing the arrival of a girl at the home f Mr and Mrs Ccphus Gouge, Cranberry. N. C. Oct. 2nd. Miss Annie Jennings. Louisville, will arrive Saturday, to snend a week i w:'h Mr and Mrs Jno. Millcs. Mrs J F. Vogel spent Sunday in Louisville l.iv fiM P"m( 'Mi Tillr m il "'I B'' B lm nfl 'W I My Prices On I Furniture I Will Save You Much I More Than the 'to Louisville I I THE FREIGHT I I I I I I Clarence McGlothlan, Chattanooga, Tenn, has been the guest of his parents. J I Lvddin motored to Moravia. Sunday afternoon Capt Will D. Miisselnian, Kansas City. Mo., spent several days of last v cek with Mr and Mrs. John D Mus-selm- $14.95 la. 1 W I zaBklvB. am S M an The "300" Club meet with Miss Nc f is rftcrnoon Rob Witt. Louisville, was in town Saturday E. F. Alexander will go to Martinsville. Ind. Thursday for a two weeks stay. Mrs. W L. Baker and baby have joined Rev. W L Baker at the .Methodist parsonage A little daughter arrived at the oine of Mr and Mrs. Tom Lyddan, on Oct 7th Mrs R W Meador was initiated in- lvi'1. 1 MPClWHi I HI . Every Woman Will Enjoy Our Display i of Women's Suits So many original ideas have been evolved thit icaion. The lines are so soft and grace- sleeves ami collars snow so many new eitects. borne ol tlie suits are so dressy-char- ming in so many quite new effects. Perhaps you'll decide In a moment that you simply must have a certain suit. But, you'll be iuite as welcome, if you simply come to see and go home to think about It mi quietly and take your time to decide what you like best. Hut bear in mind that the early showing always contains many charming models that will not be obtainable later on. Prices begin t i HISTORY OF NUMBER 40 Forty years ago an old doctor was tarrh, in sores, ulcers, pimples, skin putting up a medicine for diseusea of eruptions, mercurial and lead poisonthe blood, that cured the worst cases ing. Under Its use bodily eruptions of blood troubles, and time proved and scrofulous swellings that have that the cures wore permanent. withstood all other treatment disap- o After many years I secured the pre- pear as if by magic." To commem-oratmy fortieth year as a druggist (being a druggist), and scription 41 $25.00 " W l" riri - 11 I 8 W I l r V n 11 mm 1 1 fi i . vi i i u m m took each ingredient separately and referred to my U. S. Dispensatory and other authoritative books on medicine and found tho medical properties set down as follows! ''Employed in diseases of the glandular system, in blood troubles, eczema, liver stomach . and constipation, ca chronic rheumatism, troubles, I named this medicine "Number 40 For The Blood." J. C. Mendenhall, Evansville, Ind. The best druggist in your neighborhood sells Number 40, but if it happens that he docs not, send direct to J. 0. Mendenhall Medicine Company, Evansville, Indiana, and receive it delivered to you at $1.25 per bottle, six bottles for $7.00. S. W. Anderson Company INCORPORATED n 0WENSB0R0, KENTUCKY Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE hnnnnnns m? WHERE COURTESY REIGNS" M wvJSm Kv JSA OCTOBER 18, ItM THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE THREE Hunter, and Mrs Joe Robertson motheir poll tax and is exempt by law, DEMOCRATS CLAIM tored to Brandenburg, Tuesday. and it is ordered that said claim be OHIO, IND., W. VA., N. J. Mr. and Mrs. H, L. Uruner and approved and the Treasurer is authtwo daughters, Misses Florence Eveorized and directed to allow the All Border States and Many in West lyn and Dorothy Leon, motored Allowed by Breckinridge Coun- Sheriff credit for same in his settledown from Louisville, and spent the Also, Says White. ment week-enty Fiscal court, April with relatives and friends It is ordered that T II Chancellor Cjlumbus, Ohio. George White, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Darr spent Pest Has Been Discovered in 1920. Tctm be allowed a credit on his assessment Sunday afternoon with her grandIV..ocratic iution.il chairman, who stopped off here today after a confather, Mr. Frank Basham, who is Canada ; Steps Taken to Preof 1010 for 1920 taxes the sum of (Continued from last week) ill at this writing. ference with Gov. Cox at Dayton, Pumped Through the System vent It's Spread. $000.00 and the sheriff is ordered and Mr and Mrs Eugene Pollock spent said: On motion duly made seconded directed to credit the county on said "I predict last Sunday with her parents, Mr. and we will By the Heart it Sustains the and carried it is ordered that court amount to said T, H. Chancellor on The European corn borer has been carry confidently number that Western of Mrs, Paris Barr. a great Muscles and Tissues adjourn till 9 o'clock a. m. tomorrow. his 1920 tax and to take credit by found in Ontario, Canada, extending States, the border States without ex from Niagara Falls to St. Thomas and (Signed) S II. Payne. J. B. C. same on his next erroneous list. Ohio, Indiana, West Virfrom a line 13 miles north of St ception, andNew BEWLEYVILLE At a regular term of the Breckinginia and Jersey Further, we PEPTO-MANGAIt is ordered that J. J. Whitworth i ridge County Court, contin Mr. and Mrs, Thos Cliappell, Mr Thomas to the Lakes The infestation have more than an equal chance in HELPS BLOOD. ued and held in Fiscal for Breckinridge ' be allowed a credit on his 1019 asreaches to within .10 miles of Port many of the other States." , and Mrs. John Mcador and Mrs. Huron, Mich., much farther west than and sessment of $330 and the sheriff in Wade Drury, Mr. and Mrs. Robert i1i aA, f.n.t ...amnittfli. I.aa. . c n ... The Democratic party organization county at the courthouse in Hardins- - directed to credit the county taxes Carman and baby, Win Drury, Owen cd: ,It is regarded as probable that was slow in getting under way, Mr. Keep the Quality of Your burg on the 13th day of April, 1020. same in his 1020 taxes, and report Kasey and Mary R. Carman spent but it is going ahead "full swing now." j Blood at it's Best it Means Present Hon. S. B. Payne. P. J, and extends said allowance in his erroneous list Sunday at Glendale Baptist orphans the infestation than that considerably White said, because of lack of finances 1.M fllrt.t?.f n.Aft l..a!r.o0 nf . I. a ' for 1920. even Exact farther west Vigorous Health and Ability peace, home. There is a veritable ground swell" knowledge of its spread can not be Esq Robbins, Esq. McCpy, sale at Mrs. Bcttic Lee Mc- obtained until the Canadian survey in the East in favor of the League of It is ordered that the following The to Accomplish Esq. Heron, Esq. Bennett, Esq. HowNations, he asserted. Mr. White addCoy's was well attended. is completed. ard and Esq. Kcenan, (Continued On Page 6) Pumped Blood acts like a fuel. The discovery of the nest in Canada ed he "never was more pleased with S Mrs. Bcttic Lee McCoy was the In Re Petition for Bridge Across week-en'guest of Mrs. Geo. Comp- adds to the danger of spread in this the outlook in Ohio." through the body by the heart, it Rock Lick Creek. ton. country. The United States Depart-- 1 sustains the muscels and tissues It LOCUST HILL renews them. It feeds the brain the Came R D. Fisher and others and Mrs. Dell Lashbrook, of Owensboro ment of Agriculture is sending sever-- 1 came Sunday for a visit to Mrs. G. 0. al men into Michigan to prepare for' Burns and Locust Hill played ball tissues of the eye and face. That is filed petition for the construction of all possible precautionary measures here Sunday afternoon scores to 8 why people look so pale and lifeless a bridge across Rock Lick Creek, Blanford. when blood is improverished T,hc body Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Blanford to prevent the insect from crossing in favor of Locust Hill. Mr and Mrs. Bill Butler went to tissues are being supplied with weak between Rockvale and Glen Dean and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hardaway the border and thus threatening the corn belt. The corn borer is known Clovciport, Saturday and word week- fuel. The blood has not enough red same being read and fully discussed spent the week-enat Vine Grove. I'r Mr. and Mrs. T. J Compton and to exist in this country only in limited end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoc corpuscles. You would not eat poor in open court. Now, therefore on food with no nourishment in it; no motion duly made, seconded and carMr. and Mrs. F P. Payne and Ernest areas, which the under quarantine, in Davis. Mr. and Mrs Fred Davis and child- more should you let the fuel that sup- ried, it is ordered that the county Compton, of Webster spent Sunday Massachusetts, southern New I!amp- shire, New York and Pennsylvania, ren were guests of Mr. and Mrs plies sustenance to your entire body road engineer be and he is hereby apafternoon in town. be inferior. Have good blood. Improve pointed and directed by the court to Mrs. Sanders Pate was the dinner although possible infestation at other Phinis Smiley, of Mook, Sunday. Mrs. Harritt Davis, of Short Creek, the quality and keep it at its best. guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs M. P. points has been regarded as probable. view the proposed location of said is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. If you look pale and feel weak, if bridge and to report to this court at Payne. This year, I again Eu-- , Alvin Mingus, and Mr Mingus. you have lost your enthusiasm and Mr. Jim Payne, of Missouri, has "It Looked Like a Battlefield in have on display at it's next Regular term, the probable i rope," Said Mr. C. Dunster. energy, if your blood is clogged with . been the guest of relatives here. my residence, a very poisons, your system is being fed with cost of Construction, of same and MINISTER TURNS DOWN Mr. and Mrs Jim Witt, of Louis"Was staying at a hotel in a small HANDSOME SALARY. a poor grade of blood That is no way the advisibility of a bridge at this select line of ladies' ville, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marshall Pennsylvania town. Early one morn-- ; to go. around. If you are not at your proposed point at this time. and family, of Irvington and Mr. and ing I went to the stable to dire a rig and children's hats in Columbus, Ind . Oct. 0. The Rev best, get at the source ot the trouble Mrs. A. H. Payne and family were, and was shown a pile of dead rats It is ordered that the following the prevailing styles dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. killed with the night be- W H. Book, pastor of the tabernacle right away. Put an end to claims be and they are hereby allowof the season. Thos H. Payne. It being Mrs. Payne's fore. Looked like a battlefield in Eu-- , Christian church here, who a few Take that ideal tonic, to tone up your blood and purify ed: birthday. ' rope." Three sizes, .'."c. 05c. $1.'J.". years ago declined to accept an in- ' Robt. Witt, of Louisville, was in Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne crease in his salary and who in the it Get the full enjoyment out of living. W. C. Pate, Sheriff Claim - $234.:.0 Your patronage will J. B. Carman, Sheriff Claim - 300.1:! town shaking hands with old friends & Co , Cloverport, and B. F. Beard last few months has received four Hheatl'.c fresh air, take exercise be appreciated. He Sure to ask for "Glide's Pento- - R. M. Basham, Surveyor - 10.00 offers of larger salaries than his preSaturday. & Co., Hardinsburg. sent one from other churches, today Mangin." It conies in convenient W. H. Gibson, Sheriff - 21 10 turned down an offer of a pastorate tablet form and in liquid. One has the W. H Gibson, Sheriff - 15.00 at one of the largest Christian church- same medicinal value as the other. W. H. Gibson, Sheriff - - - 27.00 is only one genuine 0 There es in the country at a salary of 'i.OO Mrs. A. B. Cashman and the name "Glide's" is on Dr. B. H. Parish, Health O. OCTOBER BARGAIN RATES FOR a vear. In R eRoad Overseers: the package. Advertisement. Stepbensport, Ky. Came the sheriff and his deputies FAKE FRUIT BEVERAGES FILL SOFT DRINK MARKET KENTUCKY WOMEN LINE and filed claim for credit for 248 road UP WITH DEMOCRATS. overseers on which they have allowWashington. Warning against fake ed them a credit of .10 cents each on fruit beverages which have flooded t Louisville. Ky, Oct. i "Registrathe solf drink market since the advent tion returns from throughout the Weekly, One 'Year, Regular price! $2.00 re of piohibitiou was issued today by state clearly indicates a Democratic Your home newspaper and the Public Health Service Many of victory in Kentucky in this election," f the orange beverages now being sold, said John L. Grayot, Democratic cam- fc t it was said, consist only of sweeten- paign chairman today. ed carbonated water flavored with a "In practically every city outside little oil from the peel of oranges and of Louisville we have bettered ourartifically colored selves on registration figures as comThe Department of Agriculture has pared with the l!)li5 presidential elec- -' Daily, One Year by Mail Regular price - - - - $0.00 ruled that provisions of the pure food tion. The totals tell one thing beyond WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS act will be held to have been violated the shadow of doubt That is this: The great daily newspaper in case such drinks are sold under the white women of Kentucky 'trade names which lead the purchaser themselves with the Demoto believe they contain the edible por- cratic party and the great cause it retion or juice of the fruit named. presents in this campaign. The De-- 1 mocrats gained the majority of the TIMBER FROM DEAD TREES women's vote everywhere throughout GOOD AS THAT FROM LIVE. the state. The returns are most enThis Rate Only During October it The prejudice held by certain build- couraging to us and I have not the ers against the use of lumber from slightest doubt of the result in Novd fire or trees has been ember." Send your subscription and your name cither to the proved groundless by recent experiBreckenridge News or to The Evansville Courier. Brightments of the Forrest Products Lab- W. R. DAY UNDERGOES OPERATION: FAMILY oratory Here it has been found that en the long dark, winter days by the weekly visit of The VISIT IN COUNTY. lumber cut from sound dead trees is Breckenridge News and the daily visit of The Courier. in no way distinguishable from any Mr. ami Mrs W. R. Day and childother, except that it may be partly If Sunday Courier is desire1 add $2.50. Billy, ren. seasoned. If the wood has not been of Edith. Myron, Louise and LouisHarris. Tenn.. have been in injured subsequently by decay or If The Courier is to be sent to points outside the first and further insect attack, this "dead" ville, where Mr. Day underwent a sucsecend zones or mere than 160 miles from Evansville add $1.00 lumber is the equal of "live" of the cessful operation for stomach trouble PLEASE TELL YOUR NEIGHBOR OR FRIEND OF THIS LIBERAL OFFER same grade for all structural purposes. at the Deaconess hospital Mr. and From the October Popular Mechan- Mrs. Day are former residents of this county Before returning to their ics Masfzine home on Oct. 2, they were guests of Mr. Day s mother and grandmother. Mrs. Serson Frank, in McQuadv. Mrs, Day is the daughter of G P e, Ball, of Breckinridge and who lives 'II with his daughter. Mr. Ball has two other daughters. Mrs. E. W Underwood and Mrs. W S Underwood 'tS both residents of McConnell. Teun His son A L. Ball lives in Chicago Hi and is working for the I. C. R U Co. CORN BORER NOW BLOOD IS LIST OF CLAIMS THREATENS U. S. d FUEL TO THE BODY I N I 1 " I ( . I d rM . d Autumn Millinery I j j J I RAT-SNA- P half-livin- g. Pepto-Man-ga- n. $.,-00- Pepto-Mauga- -.- The Breckenridge News The Evansville Courier I lb L--' . , IMMMaWHKBM g yr A. Both for $6.25 insect-kille- l. No sir-e- bob! Na premiums with Camels all quality! bv K& ' TAMELS aualitv plus Camels ex- vJ oert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the most wonderful cigarette smoke you .ever drew into your mouth! And, the way to prove that statement is to compare Camels puff-hypu-f f TO BE LARGEST TOWBOAT ON THE OHIO RIVER. A towboat slightly larger than the Sprague and more powerful than any bpat on the Ohio has been ordered built by the West Kentucky Coal Company The boat is to be built by the John Eichley Company, Pittsburgh and will take a year to complete It is to operate from DeKoven near Paducah, to Southern ports. SUITS $24.75 For Men and Young Men rf l1 t. j' the world! with' any cigarette in & Camels have a mild mellowness that is as new to you as it is delightful. Yet, that desirable "body" is all there! They are always refreshing never tire your taste. thej! : IOA BLEND RE rODOUE3TlCi Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odorl Your say-s- o about Camels will be: (( C BUYING INFORMATION To the persons wanting full and accurate reports of the world's doings, the morning newspaper alone fills the fields Afternoon papers go to press with much of the big news still in the making. Persons desiring a complete newspaper should beware of evening papers sent out under the guise of morning dailies. The Courier, the only morning paper published in Evansville, is offering a special rate during October, of $.'i.00 for the daily and $7.30 for the daily and Sunday paper. This applies only to territory within 130 miles of Evansville. 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BABBAOE, Editor and Publisher Twenty-Fou. In Cloverport r Tears Ago guc for the benefit of the youngster HENRY FORD POINTS THE WAY &v Henry Ford is both a great mami- facturcr and a great merchant. He (o) People arc being converted from Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Bright, of could never have become the great one side to the other every day. Ruth, were at Mrs. Lucy Hunter's, producer he is if he (had not been a (o) great merchant. It is because Iord Horn to the wife of L. V. Adams Sunday. is the outstanding genius of the auto- (o) Oct. 8, a fine boy. Irvington Mrs. Will Gardner is at mobile world as a merchant that he (o- )home after a pleasant visit to her has become the outstanding genius of Mastcr V. U. White, Jr., came to mother, the automobile world as a producer. town Saturday on a pretty black The 1'orU automobile is primarily (o) horse and displayed some of his fine il Mrs Harry Major and children, of '? greater riding. mrnnu"' Louisville, are r. uYfi : ,!.?r lo) competitors in the distribution of his ' Marion Wcatherholt, Holts Botton, Jr. mill Mrs. car. With the price right and his has accepted a position with the com- selling organization right the produc- Dukes Misses Molhe and Eva tjon 0f ,js car i,ecamc a matter of minute late," their mother had always mission firm of Kahler, Whiteside Margaret, Mary and Anna way9 aiuj mcans 0f keeping up with , Downs, told them. "It half spoils a holiday to Co, Louisville.. P.ys0"' .Anmc ?".d Lcc M?Giy?ck: the demand. And as the output in- (o) he hurrying and flustered for fear youWilson and His Detractors anUAtlii Johnson ana wared creased the cost of production de- Building of the Presbyterian church 'll miss the train." So everybody was cool, .comfortable and work at Ashby's stone tuiarry rowers visiica me scnooi rriuay crcasC(i( and as this decrease in cost has brought several brick layers and evening. was deducted by the great merchant and enjoying life when the train Our old friend, Squire Geo. Harncd to the Springfield ed out of the depot. Each got a stone masons to town. from the selling price the demand au- is now in his 85th year. He reads with- (From a -The ) Falls of Rough Miss Jennie DaVid- - tomatically increased, coveted seat bv the window, and cn- . out glasses, works his garden, and ' joyed the flying trees and telegraph marriage of Mr. A. M. Tate and son and Mr. Sam Morgan, both of In his early days Henry Ford was does other things that are very helpSenator Penrose, as reported in the poles, the scampering horses and Miss Ella Witt occurred quietly at this place, were married Sunday even- - a mechanic at the bench. It was as a ful around the home where he stays nearly all the time Vc are glad to Boston Herald, vilifies Mr. Wilson in cows, anil the scurrying pigs and the residence of her uncle, Mr. John ing in the church. The bride was mechanic that he dreamed out the chickens, as the train thundered by Culley, in Louisville, last week. The beautiful in Mauve satin, and she was now world famous Ford car. He had hear that he is so comfortable, healthy these words: "The hypocrisy, groom is an engineer on the L. H. & attended by four bridesmaids gowned never been a merchant, had never fan- the pretty farms. and strong in his ripe old age. incompetency and inefficiency Henry and Hurley were at the depot St. L. railroad, and is on excellent in white. The bride and groom will cied that he was endowed with the ooo of President Wilson." with the spring wagon awaiting them, gcntleiuan. The bride, an attractive go to housekeeping near the mouth qualities of a merchant, though it was James Chapiu, Hites Run. was in I was brought up a Republican. I lady, is the of Rock Lick. as a merchant that he was and is town, Monday with a pair of fine am an independent in politics. I ncv- - and their cordial greetings being soon and beautiful young daughter (o) nothing short of a genius first Jersey twin calves, 4 months old, ver voted for Mr. Wilson. The first over, they hastened to clamber into er residentof Mr. Richard Witt, formof here but Miss Ida Howard, of Rockvale, and order. which he was shipping to Louisville. time I ever saw linn was when he the wagon and be on their way to the There will reside here now of Rosetta farm. nna now ne nas given us iresn evi- Mr. Shainc, of Short Creek, were marMr. Chapin says he has a 13 months gave his -v- ol Harvard A royal country dinner was on the ried at the home of the bride's par- dence of his vision as a matchless disold O I. C. sow that farrowed 13 Phi Betanoble oration at our a dozen meeting The idea is fast gaining circulation ents, Wednesday. tributor of the products of his mam pigs and all of them developed into yearsago. IKappa followed his course table when they pulled up at the door have a ac iuiiiuuk . iiiimiuuu- moth workshop in the drastic slash(o) fine 4 months old pigs. He says the with interest from that day. Especial- yarn gate tne tniCK slices ot country, !al agency in connection with their' . . ham, ing of prices to levels. In and "13th" of the month doesn't bother ly have I followed it with much care Ko,.,c mashed potatoes f,. !, ham 1,; K:?..:.i bus mess. Wlhn the last few rears. . J?hn .Kiy. and M,ss Pll,k Bozartl, this stroke Henry Ford has pointed him. in since the great war broke out. In my and honey and greSt goblets of rich seven young ladies have accepted posi- - JXslville Shout Tweek the way for all other producers, all ooo ago. judgement he has spoken the most milk. tions as clerks and salesladies with The country is other merchants. Roy J. Cain says he has the best competent and masterful messages on " "We're going prices, headed hunt bee trees isulzer s and now the last one ot them crop of Burley this year he has ever Htcuuni ever uutiuu .ii ni iitmcveu inc right atter limner, tosaid Henry to his has married. They were the following Hardinsburg Jesse Eskridee ad prices or for lower prices thereabouts. raised. It is all cut and housed and greatest and most difficult things in miesta. Misses Daisy Chatfield, Cora Hackct. dressed the Republicans at West View No man, no body of men, no ascuring beautifully. worm leaaersnip ever acnievcti oy any "Bee trees? What kind are thev?" Nannie Witt, Winnie Harris, Pearl last Saturday night. sociation of interests working in colooo -(- o)statesman of any land. I believe that said Betty. Brainard and Ella Witt. lusion or corporation however giganSpeaking of good crops of Burley, not ten years will go by before his -C- o) County court has awarded the con- tic, can hold up these unnatural and "I never heard of them!" said gave a decision on two name, by almost universal consent, Bobby. The Cincinnati and Memphis liner, tract for making the poll books for exorbitant war prices. What 'Henry John Phelon crops raised by two young ladies in will be written with the names of down Monday morn- - November election to the News office, Ford has done in his far reaching "Whv. thev are the trees where wild Sunshine this town both his friends He ren- Washington and Lincoln and Roose bees make their honey." said Henry inwith gaurds f.at on the water. And -(- o)vision other men must do or they dered judgement on one crop and as velt And he has done a more difii- - and Htirlev together. still we ireqivruy near u sum nut: Following is the grand jury: T. B. cannot survive. N. Y. Sun and a matter of course it didn't suit the cult and greater work than either of. "The bees put their honey there the steam boating days will soon be Henderson, foreman, John H. other young lady and "Mr. John" is them. and when we find them we rob the over. L. H. Adkinson, J. M. Parr, I never voted. I said, for Mr. Wil- - tree; that is. take the honey. Some-sohaving some trouble in setting himself Vol Tucker. L. J Mattingly, Geo. H. APPETITE OF ENGLISH But if I had the opportunity to- - times we get forty or fifty or even right with both parties. The only way And it's a fine boy at Barkley. John H Elder, Wm. Bennett, WOMEN ON INCREASE I would vote for him with a hundred pounds from one tree." out of it is for him to pay a good morrow Joe Howard's'. They say "papa" and James Furrow, round price for both crops when the both hands up. "Gracious, it pays to rob them, do "free silverware already on Joe's ton- - W. T. Cannon. James Johnson and Loudon, Oct. 2.' English women market opens. The growers are Miss lt is unbeheveable, the vast, heart- - esn't it?" asked Betty. "Do you spend have dropped the famous "bun and Ray Heyserand Miss Jane Warfield less. calculated and prolonged propa- much time hunting them?" A BOY'S DOG MAINE IS MORE GALLANT milk" luncheon and are now eating It is going "to be interesting to see ganda of character assassination that "No, indeed." laughed the bovs. THAN NEW YORK TO substantia meals, according to John ' how Mr. John is going to come out has been carried on against Mr. Wil- We only hunt on holidays. Week-day- s THE WOMEN VOTERS Pearce, pioneer of chain restaurants son. I never have contemplated its we work just as you do in the city, They say he's just an ordinary cur of his trouble. My pup; like It is one of the dark chapters of at our regular work. Father says ' A woman's right to attempt to con- in London. ooo Before women and girls began to ceal her age has won a judicial vichunting bees and hunting ginseng An' all the 'ristoric dogs in town Alexander & Pile, of Custer, have shame. Compare the spiritual and noble ana uiooa-roo- t tory in Maine, where the Supreme take a big part in English business flouring mill running and a uzy their new and such is Are higher up face of Mr. Wilson with the gross face man's work and no part of a regular Court has decided that it is sufficient life they ate lightly and sat for hours are doing a nice business, In meal. Now they eat unto the law of a woman who reg- over a and figure of Senator Penrose. A vol business-lik- e farming We only do it ooo Louis Perkins, Amnions, says he has ume of revelation in one look! I sat on our loafing davs or holidavs. It (That means dog families, an' 'bout isters for voting declares that she is steaks and pies in a hurry. The profits of London restaurant over twenty-on- e years. What good dogs should be.) been, in sorghum cane up to his neck '" the gallary and watched and studied would not pay to waste valuable time Our own State is not so kind as men are going up, says Mr. Pearce, for the last two weeks He will our Senators by the hour. As I have that way. But today we have a holi ' looked at the Senator from Pennsyl- - day to spend with you, and I found But he's a dog four legs, two cars, a that, but it is not unmindful of the because all classes of people are grind out over '.'.OOO gallons, vania and looked at the others. I where the bees water when I went traftitinnnl rftirnnrn Tt ic ,.,..,.. !.. spending more on food than they did ooo Tail an' not the New York election law, and the before the- war, The Hardinsburg Electric Light have thought. "You are the least after the cows yesterday, so I spirit of them all. You are eluded it would be interesting to you A dog in town has more, tourt ot Appeals has not been asked Plant is installing an S.'i K. W gener-fin- e to declare it unconstitutional, that 'Ccpt 4 months old pigs doesn't bother the Caliban of the United States Sen- - to help me find the tree." very young lady voters must tell the "It surely would." said Bobby, "but equipped with two engines and two ate." If so, now what? By the hour I have forecast his I don't understand about the ginseng truth, the whole truth and nothing boilers. otes on the different questions Al- - or blood-robut the truth, while either we don't He's got sense, too, inside his homely matrons may sidestep: old maids and hit it. Never failed once Always what you mean by that, or what the WOMEN AND REMODELED My stock of merchandise Head, about voted "In the ninth column shall be VOTING MACHINES. always against labor and for capital: bees watering place has to do with at Holt, Ky. Absolutely against labor the people and the bee eitjicr." Like folks; that time I couldn't swim entered the elector's age, except for privilege. Yet this is the man who Clean Stack and No. 1 that an elector over thirty years "I'll tell you a bout the wild roots He pulled me out. All voting machines will be re-- traduces President Wilson. And this of age may state such age as and things - like that some other time," Stand for right party. Rent ..e i ... i i . ... .n.iAt: nit ill , ..:. .i iiitiik --i - iriiiiii-it r t. iiii iiiriiimir . me icaucr tne KcpuDiican i returned j :."" auc.i interior iiecoraiiou " ana IS Sellatnr of oimy native State,rarty going fienrv. "It is t he bees we are ti"C i:.i. .UB won ..t cne a stick-- 'over thirty' and have it so enterreasonable, residence atvoters ed in the register." the after now. If you know where tached. Post office and .upholstery as desired will be provided rose of Pennsylvania and leader of The bees bn"g, 'A Woman's, distaste for telling her age 2 water you ran go there., and by the ward chairman upon the peti- . fnti,nr': Railroad Station at door. trot in the park ?. ,rt..i t .,. ,..:i. ....u ..V:i . will pass away soon, probably by A. StH"s! rC8iStCred Apply colne for a dfink. Then when he flies u. 4708. About six months later man vmerl"irdS f wome will drop his own pet weakness, the Machines will be done in pink, old if His color doesn't matter; long ago L. D. ADDISON e desire to conceal from his neighbor I cned Addison, Ky. the size of his salary. N. Y. Sun and follow him S""lake'' Ca'bri(1e' .... Herald. Uw. i,i a ouaiKiii line aim vuii ii cume 10 booth may be secured upon request. That though they call him just his tree sooner or later." Handsome vases will be provided by A yellow cur, "Well, if that isn't funny!" ejacul- PREACHER WHO both parties at each end of the machHe's white inside! SHOULD TRAVEL, ated Betty. ines, but the women are requested to Frances Hamlet in Our Dumb "You've often heard of a e Our Business is to Manufacture bring their own flowers One of the presumably oonular haven't you?" said her mother and Properly Fit , ... , Why, yes, mother: but I never .... oreachers who hold their nieetiiics in i. ah wuiiicu voters PROHIBITION POEM what it : !. ...i .i i(e . MU 'I.III : III1IIUI3 must auiusi theatres had this jeremaid to offer , ast kew bee line meant straight line, and .A ia Ul CftV.ll UllU Sunday is a of booth before enterine. The Muse Flaps Her Wingi After a Little a straight line as you learn from your AND 'All attempts to disguise the In enterinir a booth kindlv use Home Brew. geometry, is the shortest distance beutter collapse of the churches have No. the Shim- tween two nnints. So flip Iipp tnlrpe li It was midnight on the ocean, not a street ' mying strictly barred and ridiculous. "w becomes futile are alike, mere shortest cut home. I've been trying to car in sight. The churches all 3. To secure nose powder: Find and "The Best You Can Get Are teach you children to take a bee line . TIle sun was sll''"B brightly ami It rained survivals of the past. The war lever so marked, turn it to left, press . ..,...... i The Only Safe Kind Tn Wenr all day that night, .v, oui.vi.33 :.. i:r in inc. ivan yuti see now marked the climax of a long perbutton below, and reverse e what the to success in life is? It was a winter .lay in Summer, the sky iod of moral and spiritual decay, 4. To secure rouge: Find lever so nas raining glass "Another of vour riddles, mother? which has now come to its com- designed and spin until cheeks glow. I guess I'll give it up," said Bobby. And the barefooted boy with shoes on stood pjetion in empty churches, discre-a- t 5. Te secure lipsticks: Whirl lever up sitting in the grass "O, no. Bobby, the answer to modited creeds and neglected rit- extreme right ther's riddles arc easy once vou get It was e cuius and the rising sun was setuals " C To secure service of a manicure: ting in the West, Drop a dime in box over door in rear A preacher who talks like that needs her system," laughed Betty. "The an- The little fishes in the trees were huddled in swer to mother's riddles are always ' of machine and await turn. a vacation. Not the old fashioned Thrift." their nests. 7. To get correct weight: Drop vacation that the clergyman took "Industry, honesty and thrift make The rain was pouring down in drops, the nickel in slot directly over words, when he went to visit the Holy Land, moon was shining bright. e to success," said Mrs "Vice President " This will be the but a vacation in which he could iro the Blake Your starting point is working And cerj thing that could lie seen was hidfirst time the vice president has been about the United States and see to den out of sight, earn your first thrift stamp; then able to be of any service to anybody. things. While the organ peeled potatoes, laro was follow that straight line and it will 8. To vote (incidental and not comill m mil ii nil Let him go east as far as Quoddy lead rendered by the choir pulsory): Turn all levers within sight Head, west as far as Hiram Johnson's usefulyou directly to the bee tree of life And the sexton rang the dishcloth as the citizenship, independence, and until all bells on machine appear to veranda, north as far as the Minne- the respect of the Iksot f?l dfw. &xz. community " ring at once Then return home and sota lakes and south as far as the "My," said Hurley, "I never knew find out who's running, anyhow. Florida keys and wherever he goes, N. B. Ice cream and cake will be whether k be a Pennsylvania mining there was so much wisdom in bees. Let's be served by the general registrars every town, a Kansas fanninc centre or a the honeyafter them, and we'll sell and start Thrift Cards, GREAT NEWSPAPER BARGAIN half hour. lexas oil held he will find the too!" Dansants throughout the day churches still nn the inli "That would be fine, boys," said Women voters entering polls and There are churches into which the encountering husbands going out are preacher will see the people going at Mrs Bake "You woUwiever regret .. .. .1 '. !. ilia aim... .!.. fimA.I tin! lt Ctrwm ttiij ii(,iua uii me uii; iiiuiiiiiiK auu at ,..b.u ,,u. iu d.ui. n.P nlltn A.. t.A lllc Cven- premises New York Globe. ing. He will see often at a single i Y MAXb church service more children than live DAG9PLA-,- D " the whole theatrical district where f SERIOUS HANDICAP. he preaches. " AW ' 1 lie men who say that the churches A small boy and girl were striving x"2 quarts fine corn meal, 2 to outdo one another in an argument, and the existing forms of religion are quarts fine and inspite of her endeavors, he was failures are the men who tell you Quarts wheat flour or 2 that nobody reads the Bible or Shake- - cor" ,neal 1 2 quarts wheat flour, winning. Then inspiration came. PAH.X 9AXX.X "Well, anyway, my father's taller'n speare any more New York Herald - teaspoons salt, 1 pint mashed sweet potatoes, i cawe yeast. yours," she asserted triumphantly. TBAB ' Wix one int,?' the cora meal and He dug his toes in the sand. Un WOODEN "LIBERTY BELLS" doubtedly his father was a very small ARE HOLDERS FOR CLOCKS. hc."our ara add warm water enough THIS OFFER IS GOOD ONLY DURING 0CT0BIE; i uanci, nuu ine yeast " man. Suddenly he straightened. A cake, mixed with a small amount of look of triumph flashed from his eyes: Through the jangle wate'r. Keep this sponge in a warm All tk Vawt of Xk WorUj Aoewwta Kirktt Btportai Xrofct'a OartoMai mum.. -.- ..- ...-- . "Hump! My father 'u'd be twice as of the alarm dock probably Aamtlmr SaUrteialar 3rtarai la (ut, a tallas yours, but his s'penders hols anything but "Liberty" to the suggests place until it becomes light. Scald the Vnriyasr, t mlZtSmMmSi. mind of remainder of the meal with boilincr him down." Harper's Magazine. u mtu aiuuiuciti, inc iuiuous miieri flfwl le ennn n I ! ,f WnUr -A... 1. ' nn "I .t. - aau '! :'"".' """" " "I. u to tne sponge ".""' CllOUgll il.r. n.ll" ' flour, HOPPING JOHN motif of a clock stand soon to be put potatoes, and salt. Thewith the should dough on the market, says the October ,e just thick enough to knead without Soak 1 quart of dried cowpeas over Popular Mechanics Magazine m an il- - danger of its sticking to the board, wm "" "tM Mm ustrated article The stand is made Experience will teach how much water night in water enough to cover. Cook . w.-- L; until they are tender with pound of wood in mission style, and consists to use to secure this end Knead well TbJi U PrMldeatlal rw. Imp Abreast of th Great Political Iaauea. All FoUtleal of salt pork sliced thin; add more of a base with an upright and horiz- - and put in a warm place to rise. When New printed without color or blaa. . water if necijsary, and several slices ontal arm. The holder it is light, form into loves, put into of onions oward the close of tin; which hangs from this horizontal ami bread pans, and let it rise until its I MAT rooking process. Cook a pint of rice is also made of wood, and will hold volume is doubled. Bake in a moderate any ordinary alarm clock, or a parlor oven, 3 pints of water, mix the two, in n with 2 tablespoons of butte and clock if desired 2 teaspoons of fait A beef bone mav' ITriuF Mnnu Pa1 T?rfnl Un. V..3 be used instead of the salt pork, but Every farmer should keep some sort The drv era mav have hrmmhr it. the salt rnui be of account system of his business. It discomforts, but it has at least in hit ca 4 tablespoons of butter tiny be should show the profit and and loss of ed one to learn who his real added. all of his operations. are Buffalo Courier. Bobby and Betty were up before the dawn this bright Saturday morn1920 ing, happy as only childhood can be 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1876 at the arrival of a long anticipated holiday, SUBSCRIPTION RATES Mrs 13 lake was to take them to the Subscription price J2.C0 a year; $1.00 (or C monthi; 80c (or 3 monthi. Ruilnefi Locali 10c with per line and Be lor each additional insertion. Card of Thank f. over 3 linn, chanted (or at country to spend the week-en- d me rate ol 10c per line. Obituaries charged (or at the rate of 5c per line, money in Henry and Hurley So they were advance. Examine the label on your paper. It It it not correct, pltate notify u. washed and dressed and ready without any admonishings from their moNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have nnlthed reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS hand It to ther, and did not have to run to catch the train, as they arrived at the a friend who Is not a lubtcriber; do not throw it away or destroy It. depot fully a half hour before train WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13. 1920 time. I "Better to he an hour early than a BIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY ",' ""T () Tln''Jtl FARM AND STOCK I -(o)- cfTemi-nanc- f of-th- e "" ""! . pre-w- ar " pre-w- ar pii-e- i k, n. -(o)-G- lendeane ft -- I ., ped-i-gre- e! ten-ce- nt I - con-erect- ed ped-i-gre- e! j ot know-way- s For Sal- e- . -" - i . fyV ,.,,t ss -- r0cl,inUSsa,certo"S ,L E?rih ch,;naoCSident . i I S. R?te T&, .tUh.el J" bee-lin- I U" i i in 111 4 i EYEGLASSES two-ste- p. SPECTACLES I i bee-lin- I f bee-lin- T 111 -- A M. I 111 1. "rSAFSoI V? 1- -2 The Evansville Courier on I J 2 1-- t I I I October Bargain Rates Subscribe Now! rt 7 iiii early-mornin- g 1 ..,l..l,.0 """"" Mn,-- The Courier, Evansville's Only Morning Newspaper 1- -2 ww - - bell-shape- d sea-io- 'AlSimsa I THE EVANSVILLE COURIER, Evamville, bid. 5" ".". : do-ih- 1 f )BKR 13, 1M0 THE BRECKENRIDGE tfEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY vvm mc1 ! PAGE FIVE 9ljr Vrrrbrurftgr Nruta WflNESlAY, OCTOBER Offi in 8"csls of Mr o-- o an(1 Mrs" o 13, t 1920 Ky. SOCIETY ITEMS Interest CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS jou famed at the l'o.t C1oerp.rt. KATES FOR POLITICAL IK I I A -- it.... C.,.. t M...U For Precinct and Citr Officrr for county unices, boo of Hardinsburg, were in Cloverport, For State and District Opucf. Ito.oo Thursday ror i.aiis, rer line- III ooo . line- For Carut, per in ' Allss .. tannic LolllllS is lit Louisville, For all Publication! in the Interest ol Individual! or expression of Individ- tor all UKJCIinitC Stay the gtlCSt Ot 10 Iter niece, and under the care of an views, per line. 1 mania. ANNOUNCE- - and Mrs. W. J. I'Tggott. , Mr. and Mrs. Joe Piggott and Of Personal daughter, of Icrrc Haute, Ind, mo torid through here Thursday after- noon curoutc to Irvington, where they Rev and Mrs. Randolph Will Visit Air. l'lggott'S parents. Mr. At Home on Frldnv Evi-- . NOTE Phase notify the editor wm desire advertisement! discontinued. FOR SALE FOR SAI.K Solid oak dinning tahle (extension) and six chairs like new can lie seen at II. K Heard & Co , A bargain. FOR SAI.K Chevrolet car. In Rood condition. Price low. F. C. Sadenwatcr, Irving-ton- , Ky. MUNSINGWEAR ni STARK-LOWMA- N CO. Louisville Representatives jkmxuml ffimtitux sister-in-la-- Mis.4 Cilia Owin. rf rVT.nml ITIa .. SWEET CLOVER SEED FOR SALE ' was the guest of her A simple and pretty autumn wedMr. and Mrs. Hen Harris, of Ris- Mrs. J. I. Owen, bhe was accomp d ding was that of Miss Bculah Bcavin anied by ner mend, Mrs. Codnugton, Mrs L McGavock, Friday and and, Mr Herron Jones, of Mattingly, FOR SALE Sweet Clover Seed. After which was solemnized in the St. 01 jjcianu, who was registered at . aaturaaj u. Q v".iBv wiv.. sweet clover for six years under the Mary's of the Woods church at ...v. M. r.rrr direction of the Lexington Experiment Staon Tuesday morning, Oct. Sister Mary Anna and Sister tion, we are prepared to say it is the hest R. Seymour Padgett, of Louis- - ; ti, at "six o'clock. of Chicago, were here the We have ready for you, all sizes and soil builder under the shine of the iun. spent the last week-en. Rev. J. F. Knue said the ring cere. J? ii. with her .i c:.. Mammoth White recleaned sweet clover fc parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Sippet. kinds for Fall and Winter. Get yours now. mony with the high nuptial mass St. ifose. enrnilte from Mt. St. Ins- seed ff 18 cents per pound f. o. b. uolden rod was used the church cph. Irvington. B. W. Carter & Son. ilnnnnlinii nts Mrs. Thomas Brown, of Pellville, Uniil u.tuiauuii3 rtuuiii iiiu liictlllCI. Oo0 Miss Stella Ryan was the maid of was the guest of Iter cousin, Mrs. Mrs. S. E Wedding, of Rome. Ind., Chas. Hamman, and Mr. Hanunan, is the guest of her son, Mr. E. M. honor and Mr Paul Bcavin, brother Sunday and Monday. of the bride, acted as best man. Wedding, and Mrs Wedding O ' O f ooo The bride was becomingly attired Mr. Minor Stephens, of Lakeland, in a brown satin gown with hat and FOR SALE Old newspapers. Be a hunch. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Milbottrn and White Narcissus Bulbs 5c eahc. Ilreckcnridge News office, Cloverport, Ky. sons, Osborne and Raymond, who Fla , was the guest of his cousin, Mr. other accessories to correspond, and S. Burks, and Mrs. Burks, last held her prayer book, FOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages. have been in Louisville, have return- D. The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. week in Addison. Miss Ryan was attired in an attrac- ed here to reside. tive blue satin dress and a black hat. TYPE WRITER FOR SALE Miss Corme Quiggms returned the ceremonv tle l,ridal party Mrs. James Cordrey and son, John, BRIEF LOCAL Remington typewriter No. (1, sister, Miss Bertie Cordrey, were from Owensboro, last Wednesday stored to the home of the bride's FOR SALE Good and Remodeled. as new. Further informalter a snort stay wmi ner aunt, .uiss n,other. Mrs Marv A Bcavin. of Mat in Louisville, Saturday. call or wrile The Breckenridge News, j Frances Rhodes. tingly, where they had a wedding ation On Sunday afternoon a united counMr. L. V. Chapin, city tax collecCloverport, Ky breakfast. tor, has moved his office to Main cil meeting of the Sunday-schoMr. and Mrs. Joe J. Sawyer and Mrs. Nora Finley and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jones have gone to street, and occupies part of J. D. workers of the town was held in the children, Jane Mayme Bannon and Mary Katherine, who have been visitWANTED Methodist church. The purpose of the Scaton's real estate office. Charles E. Sawyer, were in Hawes- - ing Mrs. Finley's parents, Mr. and housekeeping on a farm near Matting- meeting was to appoint committees WANTED At once. Timber cutters and tie o ville, Sunday the guests of Mr. Mrs. Maston Basham, have returned ly. makers. Good prices. Write or call J. M. brother, Mr. T. F. Sawyer, and to their home in Alton, 111., and were Mrs. Elsie Harper, who has been to take the religious census of CloverRhodes, Webster, Ky. Mrs. Sawyer. Celebrates His Eleventh employed in the Golden Rule Store, port. Rev E. C. Nail, pastor of the accompanied by Mrs. Finley's brother; Baptist church, was elected president WANTED Live foxes. Gabe Taul, Hardins- - resigns this week to accept the posi Birthday Anniversary Herbert Basham, and Mrs. Basham. g' y' Those from Cloverport who attett-e- d tion in the local telephone office which of the council and Miss Eliza May, i the funeral of Roy E. Moorman in Master Maurice Bandy was host Mrs A. B. Skillman is in Morgan-fiellias been vacated by .Miss blla bmith. secretary. LOST Following is a list of committees Hardinsburg were: Mr. and Mrs. C. Ky., the guest of her son, Mr. to a party on Wednesday afternoon and their territory: W. Moorman, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. C. B. Skillman, and Mrs. Skillman. from a to 3 o'clock at the home of nis LOST Between Custer and Isaac Pile's Farm pupils and teacher, Miss Lillian The tt, Oelze, Mrs. Sallie S. Moorman, Miss Section I Eastland Chairman, Mrs. parents, Mr and Mrs. J. R. Baudv.. Saturday. Oct. ('0011,wo Ford tires, one :;ox Buckby. of Hardin's school, cleared OO J - ln- "" "rMrs. Elsie Harper and daughter, to linnnr Ilia plpvpntli lintlwlnv an- Ste Ray Hcyser and Miss Mildred D. .,., hl KiluIcr retunl 0lle TI'irc jiook $10 at the recent pie supper they gave R. B. Pierce, Mrs. L. V. Chapin and tirc to j, Babbage. Messrs. S. P. Corrad, Frank Magdalene, were the Sunday guests of imcrmrj'. jjciiguuui r';;.esmueius llnrclinsijurg anil be rewarUeil. for the benefit of the Kentucky Child- Mrs. Walter Barbo. Payne, D. B. Phelps, A. J. Ashby their aunt, Mrs. D. S. Burks, and Mr. were served Jhe guests who tueiiider Section II Railroad Street From ren's Home Society. Burks. and Jno. D. Babbage. Misses Dorot ty' Mav, (Catherine depot to trcsscl, Chairman, Miss Rosa ooo Phelps, Naue Phelps, l:itl,riuo The firm of Mrs. Ethel O. Hills, Driscoll Mrs. L. T. ,"e"1 w?,s in Louisville, Mattintrlv Have Your Corset Mrs C. W. Moorman returned Fri- Ben Mattingly. Alice Section III Creek, or from Bridge millinery and Ladies' aunaay anu .uoii uay me Bue 01 ner Marian Beheu, Mayme B. Sawyer. Made roR You day evening from a three weeks visit made an assignment on Tuesday of East between Railroad and Main St. with her son, Mr Chas W. Moorman. daughter, Miss Martha Reid. LaMar Sawyer, Artelia Bownc. Jane W7 ftardeV last week Attorney Jesse R. Eskridge Chairman, Mrs David Phelps, Mrs. Jr., and Mrs. Moorman in Ashland, Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Gibson and Bess Keil and Josephine Brown. of Hardinsburg has been made the C G. Brabrandt and Miss Myrtle Ky. HAM V tV' '""J B tTmCTLV TMHOMHOIT niece. Miss Eloise Hendrick, spent Masters James Franklin Ridgeway. assignee. Johnson. V A. OO Sunday in Hardinsburg, with Mis's Bolyn Conaway, John McGavock. Section IV From Bridge to River St. o Mr. J. D. Baldridge, of Louisville, Hendrick's parents, Mr and Mrs. Tice Billy Phelps, HukIi Barrett Severs. Mr. Leon McGavock has added to East Chairman, Mrs. Elsie Harper Clyde Parrish, C4iarles E. Sawyer and j spent Saturday here. Mr. and Mrs. Hendrick. his stock of general merchandise, a and Miss Mary McGavock. Baldridge expect to come toClover-port- r Isauorc brown. OO Section V From Bridge to Catholic line of ladies ready made dresses, coat November 1st, to remain for the C J. Cox is visiting his brother, suits and coats. Tliey are manufactur- Church Chairman, Miss Margaret winter. C. H. Cox. in Tobinsport, Ind. "House Warming" Party Burn. Miss Evelyn Hicks, Miss Mared by a New York firm. o O O - OO Given Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Babbage. tha Willis, Mrs Frank Ferry and Mrs. Sample, was here Jesse Miller, of Mr. Robert Witt, of Louisville, who R. Randolph. The November election in Breckin- J. Section has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. Saturday the guest of Mrs. James N An old fashioned "house warming" MRS. R. T. POLK Breckinridge Addition Cordrey. ridge county will require 11,000 bal- Chairman, VI . C. Nolte, and Mr. Nolte, for a week party was given Mr, and Mrs Eldred Miss Louise Whitehead, Cloverport. Ky. lots. The law providing for women Mrs. Charlie Jackson and Mrs. Ernest as returned. Mr and Mrs. T. Higginbotham and A. Babbage on Thursday evening in ooo Ti voters requires that l.'iO per cent more ' Pate. home on Railroad Mr. . and Mrs. Pat Masterson, of four children spent Thursday in Louis- their new cottage the lallotts be made over the last year's party were: Mr. street. Attending Everything Section VII Troy. Ind., have returned after visit- ville. Mr. Higginbotham is section election, and there were 4,.'i00 male from Oglesby's up to Conrad's tinder boss here for the L. H. & St. L and Mrs. David B. Phelps. Misses ing their daughters. Mrs Austin COURIER CLUB RATES voters recorded at the last election. Margaret Burn. Edith Burn, Ray the hill. Chairman. Mrs. Charlie and Mr. Beavin. and Mrs. John Railway Co. -Lewis Heyser, Cleona Weatherholt, Lightfoot, Mrs. William Hoflious, ooo Hemphill, and Mr. Hemphill. is presented ouri Miss Gussie Burke, who was An opportunity Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wilson and Eloise Hendrick and Mildred D. BabMrs. Frank English, Mrs. Robert this month to secure The ployed in the dry good department Hamman, Mrs. Warficld Collins and Mrs. Harrv Newsom and her sister- - children. Herbert. James, Marian bage. Messrs. M. M Denton, L. J. Evansville Courier daily for one year of the Golden Rule Store, resigned Miss Dosie Matheney. Mrs. L. Sterrett Jarboe, of Gladys and Paul Wilson and grand Behen and A J. Ashby and The Breckenridge News weekly Saturday. She was succeeded by Miss Section XIII Hill Chairman. Mrs. Cahente, Calif., were in Louisville, son, Harold Wilson, motored to one year at the rate of $."i.50. The reg- - Mayde Chapin. Whitesville, Sunday to view the re- Miss Hendrick Hostess Marion Weatherholt. Miss Mary Keil, Thursday, shopping. price for both papers is ?7 00. o ular Miss Selma Sippel, Miss Emma mains of Rev. Father Celestine Brey. To Picture Show Party. OO o It is expected that hundreds of peo-- 1 ti, n.,,i Mr. and ' Mrs. John Lawson and f i, OO Mrs Jessie Isom and Miss Katie p,c wiU X?k? advantage of this chance cloverport Public School will meet Dora Kramer. I have bought several hundred pairs. children, John Arthur and Louise Miss Eloise Hendrick was hostess lla,1et th?'.r favor,tc ?"'. Lawson, were in Waitman the last of army .shoes to sell at -' 90 a pair to a picture show party Wednesday ! a,V Friday evening of this week to reor- o home weekly at moderate price. Association. The mission opened in the St. Rose evening. After the show the guests your subscription a does not expire tin-If ganize a were entertained at Carter's Confec- til later, your time will be extended The meeting is to be held - at the c,urch Sunday evening. Services will r.vir,ttionery. In the party were: Misses one year, This low rate is made, how- - cilr,i i,;i,i;nn m be held every evening this veek at 0J 10 o'clock. Hendrick, Emily Reid. Chlora Mae ever, only Rev. Dean Joseph Hog- in tlie month ot uctouer. Miss Lillian Pauley, young daughter arty, of Lebanon, is holding th e mis- Seaton, Mary Inman, Louise Weathof .Mr a"d Mrs- Letcher Pauley, is s;on a,i th.e attendance has been erholt, Addie McGavock. Mary Mc. m "A smart, becoming hat is the chief desire of every woman's seriously ill with, stomach trouble at splendid. Gavock, Lillian Polk, Edith Burn, ASaiUN..a nuut.ii the home of her parents on River Ray Lewis Heyser, Martha Willis, wardrobe. The hats this fall and winter are very smart. All persons having claims against street in the East End. Her sister. Eunice Wheeler and Mrs. Ruther The Y. W. the estate of Mrs. Ethel O Hills, as- - Mrs. Earl Summers, of Henderson, their regular A. members will hold They are offered in becoming shapes, either large or small, Pate. monthly meeting for signed, will present the same properly has been called, and is under the the October and made up of duvetyns, Lyons and paune velvets broproven to the undersigned at his of- care of her aunt, Mrs. Mary Dunn, eighteenth,on at Monday evening Mrs. Reading Club Opens the home of fice on or before December 1st, 1920. who is an experienced nurse. plain cades, etc., effectively trimmed altho some are very This Week For the Winter.. Frank Ferry. o Jesse R. Eskridge, Assignee. and simple. Forxservice and smartness visit my shop. Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs. Brashear, mother of Mrs. Dora The Ladies Reading Club opens Miller, of Hardinsburg, reached her Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman. of for the winter on Thursday afternoon Ky. ninety-fourt- h birthday on Sept. 30th this city, were extended congratula- Miss Evelyn Hicks, of this week. Mrs. James Cordrey will HILL ITEMS .Iir is nrninlilv ihn rtlflpct u'nnnn in timic Tllpcilnw Ort i2. nn tllp SlxtV- be hostess at her home on Railroad We extend our sympathy to mem- - Breckinridge. sixth anniversary of their wedding, street. hers of the Catholic church on the death of their former pastor, Rev. as long as they last. Julian Brown, Brey, who is well remembered in Cloverport, Ky. Cloverport for visiting the sick and OO was ever ready to help in a good 11 Wk A decline of twenty-fiv- e to fifty per cause when financial aid was necesX W M MEi fgggjfjgpiB cent on dry goods. I have a new line sary. He administered to the needs 1 of Hoosier cotton, outing, gingham of the helpless on any ocassion. In he with Rev, D M. urant ot and calico. Julian Brown, Cloverport, ' 1897-Ky. the Presbyterian church, organized a class in vocal music to be taught in Look at These Prices and then Look at Our Goods Mrs Carnelia W. Fraixe returned different homes one or more evenings Monday from Louisville, where she in the week. Many pleasant hours II you Don't Buy you Don'l Know GOOD VALUES was the guest of her brother, Mr. were spent and a knowledge of Frank Warfield, and Mrs. Warfield. music was obtained under their training. I have one good wheat drill for A fresh supply of O. Reclaimed all wool Mrs. John Fella after visiting for sale. Julian H. Brown, Cloverport, Ky. D. Army, reclaimed army shirts in all sizes several days her mother, Mrs. Julia o OO Overcoats in all sizes. picture Wood, and friends at Holt, returned Charles Rothrock, motion O. D. Army Comforts machine operator, who has been liv- to her home in Louisville, Friday. Per can Army Pork reclaimed extha heavy ing here, left last week for his home Mr. and Mrs. Silas Vaughn and litsausage in N.o 2 cans. grade, full size. in Louisville. tle sons, of near Skillman, Robert, Harold and Herbert, spent last Sat- Miss Zivola Kramer, of Louisville, urday night and Sunday with Mrs This is a Home Bank, loyal to 1 pound of ground musReclaimed comforts reitirneu luesaay aner spenuing a , v.iihn's hrother. Mr. Clarence Rav tard. in fancy patterns. ' few days with her parents, Mr. anu, ' Mr. and Mrs. James Dejarnette Mrs P. J. Kramer. community and to you -ao spent Sunday in Holt, with Mrs De- Men's work socks in OpT, Jersey O. D. finger gloves We have just received 8n,0 rolls of Jamette's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. UOks Splendid grade. black and white only. wallpaper on a back order. This Pumphrey. We appreciate, loyalty wherever it is found. We stand oaDer will be sold at present prices, Mrs. Marv Dunn returned from &' Per yd. splendid quality Leather Palm Mitts with but all new paper after thelst of the Tobinsport. last week after visiting movement designed, ready to aid and encourage every gingham in stripes only. thumb and one finger, year will be 40 per cent higher next Mrs. Con Simons, and Mr Simons. season, better get your paper now, directly or indirectly, to advance community interests. Luther Satterfield with a car of Edward Gregory & Son. bargain seekers, went to Owensboro, SPECIAL- - THIS WEEK- - SPECIAL Saturday. They found sugar at 7 "How I cleared the Mill of Rats," By cents per pound. Arbucle coffee 25 If you need funds for the expansion of your business, J. Tucker, R. I. cents and r. & u. soap 5 cents, six d cakes of Lenox 23 cents, and many there is ahw way in which we can help you to grow if "As night watchman believe I have other bargains. do not hesitate to call on us. seen more rats than any man. Dogs Mr. James Burke, of Louisville, was wouldn't dare go near them. Got here Sunday to be with Mrs Burke inside of and sons, who are visiting her par$1.L'5 pkg. of 0 weeks cleared them all out. Killed ents, Mr, and Mrs. James Lewis and On Any Regular Slzt them by the score every night. Guess Mr. and Mrs. John Burke. the rest were scared away. I'll never Mrs. Bob Wilson and children left , Three sizes Sunday morning for Dayton to visit be without GET THE HABIT VISIT THE . Sold and guaranteed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. PerHSc, 03c, TaliiMIRH & Co.. Cloverport, kins. Mr. Perkins is reported not so by Conrad Payne and B. F. Beard & Co, Hardinsburg. well. Mrs. Mary Dunn will return tq American farmers planted 14,000 Tobinsport, this week td be the guest CLOVERPORT, KY acres of hemp in 1020. The crop is for several days of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McKinney. valued at about $1,500,000. Rev J, U. Randolph, pastor of the Methodist church, and Mrs. Randolph were at home Friday evening to the women who arc members and those ... affiliated with the Methodist church A delightful ice course was served to those who accepted Rev and Mrs. Randolph's invitation, including: eye specialist. John W, Burn, Conrad Sippel, OO o David B. Phelps. R B. Pierce, j R. Mrs. Lydia Clarksou Kemper and Untidy, Mrs. Jno D Babbage Mrs C. L. Holmes will leave Tuesday, Helen Adams. Misses Hum and Iiaband for New York, and will sail later for bagc Europe. Louisville Times. o OO Miss Eva May and Mrs. Elizabeth Pretty Autumn Wedding In St. Mary's of tho Woods Church Gccr were jn Louisville, Saturday. !),. FO R, SAI.K OR TRADIC Traction steam engine, 12 horse power, in good shape. J. M. Howard, (ilen Dean, Ky. FOR SAI.K Ford machine, new fenders, tires, up-t- date In every way, runs a sewing machine. Price ?2M and guaranteed Also have .1 head of horses and two mules. Prices right. F.mmet Johnson, Guston, Ky. new like o p PERFECT FITTING UNION SUITS Are Popular Because Satisfactory The Satisfaction Lasts More than 10,000,000 Perfect Fitting Munsingvvcar Union Suits are purchased annually. They are made in a variety of fabrics, in all wanted styles and in every required size. There is a right Munsingwcar garment for every member of the family. The most discriminating people wear them with comfort and satisfaction. Mes-dame- s. I I J 000 FOR SALE One eight hoe Hoosier Wheat drill, with Fertelizer attachment. Hcauch-amand Ilurton, Mystic, Ky. 000 ut grow-In- g I oo0 y, Paul-Mr- s. d ni:. wcek-Vtll- e, 111 2 ! I J. C. NOLTE & BRO. C r At-,e- Wm Local Church News ol 000 O O ! d, O ,- I - - 000 Ready-to-Wea- r. CUSTOM A UARAffTVID o- O- I ( , mc Cow-He- el Bea-vi- n, I - rs in-la- . I 000 O ,i,rc Bly-th- e, c $- - Parent-Teache- rs Smart Millinery n ,. - 000 Cloverport, a38npfiii iXyllll,3 lay V O 8, PRICES TALK! $7.50 000 reading-- 000 K- $2.00 $3.25 $2.75 000 35c 17c 15c the o- ! 40c 30c 1- -2 -- -- m' Men's "Headlight" Overalls RAT-SNA- P, $3.25 Per Garment $3.25 RAT-SNAP- ." $l.-.5- GOLDEN RULE STORE 1 . , 1 Paqx six THE BRXCKINKIDGE NEWS, CLOVXrVoRT. KENTUCKY OCTOBER IS, If Lelia C. Leddingcr. William Hoke Camp and Robert E. Woodi, and Lovctt will win a seat on tht board. The negroes also showed sentiment against the University of' Louisville bond issue and will, in all probab- Filed Petition With 457 Sign- hty vote as a unit against the issue. Amone the sneakers were the ers; Robert E. Woods Can- Willinm fntincnil. Rnntlot fllf Rev RvAj H. T. Mefford, Methodist and Rev.' didate Too. I. Garland, 1'cnn., Methodist Lovctt is one of the organizers of .. rt T7!rMM. M..!..!lf ivy. v1.1. u Ltuiiia villi;. iium First Standard bank for colored ,muIred ncgr0es met last night at the c He I hcado B?op, .'lastalso Deen company; the Ncirro tl.? camnaZ ofHall and Standard t lauikhcd Wilson Lovctt, negro, candidate for the Hoard . T ,Tfm of Education. Lovett's petition has IN AUTO ACCIDENT been filed, it was announced at the TOLEDO WOMAN of Cloverport, E H. Shellman & Co., Dry Cleaning, Pressing, HAS GAINED Repairing and Dyeing Old clothes made to look good as new with the Hoffman Sanitary Steam Presser. One machines on the of the latest and most up-to-date 27 POUNDS Was Restored to Health Three Years Ago By Tanlac, And Still Feels Fine. One of the latest to testify to the merits of Tanlac is Mrs. George Kearns, of 710 Western avenue, Toledo,, Ohio, who in a recent statement reported a gain of twenty-seve- n pounds and said that alhtough it has been three years now since the medicine restored her health and built her up so wonderfully, she is still feeling "I have the best of reasons." said Mrs. Kearns, "for saying that Tanlac has real merits for it has been three years since it relieved me of my troubles and built me up so wonderfully and I am still enjoying good i market. J. B. Rhodes Recreation HARDINSBURG, KY. Room We guarantee our work to be satisfactory in every particular. Orders by Parcel Post shall have our prompt attention. Send us a trial order. fine. J. i i B. RHODES Hardinsburg, Ky. CMNUI .im M 1J SS In i r,,,uvlilfl. !... itrh of our machine to n ami we will return ItKooda new. We buy, sell, trade and exchange, bee us. ti1 nui flno firnn lfpurt Machine At $17.50. lr our store wrhpn Pnfi.nnd .iinnllcsfor nil mnlie. Wadoucii"rt n'mlrln? ttnd thih)i,l .. nt mni'hlnni At irreatlr red inil Drier. Whlto SM , i - Klool practical mnrlilnesag low a 7 Cfl fiJU Louisville Sewing Machine Exchange, tinsifium. immnir. t J BIG MEN ENDORSE NEW SCHOOL LAW Democratic Senator and Republican Leader In Accord On Welfare of Children J Senator J. li W ', r Ht w B h 1 1 K. realize that good schools for all of some the children are the solid foundation sentative who asked the Senator for stones upon which a republic like ours his views upon the new County School Is erected. Good schools menu an edAdministration Ijiw. The Senator's, ucated public which will think sanely, very hopeful statement is given in full act sanely and vote sanely at all times below : and on all (iiiestlons. That every child; "While I have not hnd a chance to everywhere may he educated, good read the entire school law pased by schools must exist In our cities, In the lnt session of the LeNhiture. I our small towns and In our most rehave been Informed of Its general pro- mote rural districts. "Mirny of our largo cities and towns visions and am very hopeful that It will accomplish great good for our have developed strong school sj stems county schools uinleniible them to 3NW"f w vaw x. yss mnk(fglelltlu T'l'oVrVai than ever? 'M;',iHk va, ' j is hardly neees-ar- y "It for me to 3swq? say how deeply Interested I tun In the school work In our State, for during the time I was a member of the Legislature, and (!oonioi I always gave especial consideration to the progress and development of our school system. It Is a great work. The rural schools have not, of cour.se, had the advantages of the city schools, and I earnestly hope that the new system adopted under ihls law may prove satisfactory and successful In every way. "I understand that under the new law County Hoards of IMucatlon are to be elected In the .state on November 2nd, and I trust that the people of every county will realize the great Importance of this election and see to It that the best persons possible to secure for that work shall lie elected. "The success of the law will depend to a very considerable extent upon the character and intelligence of those Hon. A. T. Hert. who make up these county boards. "There Is no more Important work which are giving splendid service. A In our State than the Improvement few of the rural districts In Kentucky and development of our schools, and huve done the same thing for their especially the rural schools. I was children, but many counties have been for three years a teacher In the com- backward In giving the country child first-clas- s edmon schools In this State, and I have a real opportunity for a ucation because of laws which have permitted the schools to be pulled Into local iwlltlcs. "It" Is Indeed fortunate that both of C. ". IScckman was soon time nj,'o by your staff repre. 5 . . "For nearly two years before I took Tanlac I had suffered from stomach trouble and disordered kidneys. My pains, at times, were almost unbearable and while I tried ever so many different kinds of medicine nothing did tnc any good I had no appetite scarcely and what little I did manage to cat pnly made trouble for me. My back and sides pained mc constantly and I had fallen off until I was hardly more than a frame. "When I started on Tanlac I only weighed ninety-eigjiounds and just felt perfectly awful. But I had jiot been takidg it very long when I began to feel better and when I got on the scales after finishing my seventh bot-- , tic I found I had actually gained twenty-sevepounds, having gone up My to one hundred and twenty-fivstomach and kidneys have never troubled me in the least since that time. In fact, I have enjoyed the best of health all the while. My husband and little son have been com-- 1 plaining of being run down and no appetite this winter, but after taking) i aniac tnc results arc tney arc ootii wonderfully improved It just seems that my son can't get enough to eat and is simplv bubbling over with new life, and energy. We all think there is no medicine like Tanlac It has been such a great benefit to the whole, familv that I never expect to be with-- i out a bottle in the house." Tanlac is sold in Cloverport at Wedding's Drug Store, in Kirk by Mattingly Bros., in Addison by L. D. Addison, in Amnions by Win. H. Dutschke and in Stephensport by R. A Shellman. Advertisement. ht health. n e. ( LIST OF CLAIMS ALLOWED BRECK. COUNTY FISCAL BY COURT (Continued From Page 3) claims lie and they are hereby lowed : J. B. Ilottell, sheriff claim J. al- "" H. L. Meyers, Hawesvillc, Ky,, Negro ministers urged the support who is stopping ,at the Hotel Henry of the negro race for the candidacy watterson, was oruiseu at 4wa o- of Lovctt, and negro politicians ex- - clock Saturday aitcrnoon wnen nis plained how, by "single shooting" automobile was rammed by another car and knocked into a ditch, near the Lovctt, he can be easily selected. House on thq Shelbyville There arc four candidates for the Eighth-mil- e Board of Education to be voted on Pike. According to Acting Night Nevembef 2. Two of these candidates Chief of Police Bell, N. P, the highest number of votes cakes, 1748 West Broadway, said he wj bc seatcd as uoard members .By was driving toward Louisville and tucky, 1911 the negro voters supporting solidly rammed Air. Aiyers car wncn ne at- The vote being taken resulted as Lovctt's candidacy and voting only tempted to pass it. Mr. Myers wds for him, the white vote will be divid- - brought to Louisville. Courier-Joufollows: ed among the three white candidates, nal. 1st Dist. Esq. Robbins, Yea. and Dist. Esq. Keenau, (not voting ) 3rd. Dist. Ecq. McCoy, Yea. 4th. Dist. Esq. Heron, Yea. .ith. Dist. Esq. Dennett, Yea 0th Dist Esq. Howard, Yea. In Re County Levy: On motion duly made, seconded and carried, it is ordered that the levy of Bre:kiuridge county for the year 19L0, bc 18 cents on the $100 in value of Taxable property, divided We are offering Missouri into the funds towit: General Expense Fund, which shall include the Seed screened salaries of all officers and current expenses, 10 cents; Sinking Fund, 2 bags F. O. B. cents; Pauper Fund, 0 cents; and each fund so levied that it shall not bushel cash $3.25 be diverted for any other purpose than that for which it is so levied ex We this from cept as precribed by law, and further that there bc levied a per capita Missouri farms are tax or poll tax on each male citizen farmers of this 21 years of age or over residing in cost the county aforesaid, $1.."0 and said plus charges. poll tax shall bc apportioned to the following purposes; towit: For road purposes 50 cents and for general exYours for crops pense fund $1.00 and further for road and bridge purposes 2.1 cents on the $100 in value of taxable property but divided as follows, 13 cents for road HARDINSBURG MILL & and 10 cents for bridge and the tax for bridge purposes shall be expendELEVATOR CO. ed when necessary in the discretion of the authorities expending the same HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY and further that all hands be required to work on the Public Highway by law shall be required to work 4 days in said year, 1920, but not (Continued on Page 7) i Bankers and Columbia Finance & Trust Company, subject to the order of the commissioner of Public Roads of Kentucky, which sum equals 10 per cent of the setimatcd cost of said improvement. That the said road will be maintained by the said county in accordance with the provisions of said Chapter 87 Acts of Kentucky, 1014, and should said road be , constructed in part with n.giway, received pursuant to the terms of the aforesaid act of Congress, in accordance with the said act of Congress and to the satisfac- tion of the United States Secretary of Agriculture. That the clerk of the Fiscal Court of this county is directed to transmit a ceruuea copy oi mis resolution to the State Commissioner of Public Roads of the state of Kentucky which said copy so transmitted shall be and constitute an application on behalf of the said County of Breck- mridgc, Kentucky tor the aid proMd cd for in said Chapter 87, Acts of Ken- - NEGRO CANDIDATE Mrs. L'VULE B. OF E. T ri hl ,, I ..!. ."""""A." ".i.- ! .y ' "'""T.i","" :.. "? ..... "" fift.tnni.aH Glana-receivin- g' r- Seed Wheat Red Fultz putin your per bought the Choiced and Wheat, Hardinsburg with order, wheat direct offering it to and territory at handling t & better wheat v y jj:iMgmvttQK9HHHaHHHHHHBHanB otm Kl ' I the political parties In Kentucky at the last session of the Legislature laid aside all party feeling, got together and passed a group of strong school laws that will remake the rural schools. These new school laws will practically take the County Boards of Kducatlon and the County Superintendent out of politics and keep them out of politics If the voters will think of the children when they go .to the polls in November. "Kvery right thinking man and woman should vote for strong men for the new County Hoards of Education. These right thinking people should also urge others to do likewise that every small school shall be developed to serve the children, and In serving the child! en make the State what It should be In the future." mWtMmm DON'T gfc SKIMP ON SCHOOLS Senator J, C. W. Beckham. always watched, with particular care, the development of our school system, und aided hi It whenever possible. I am truly glad, too, that provision has been made for Increased salaries for our school teachers. Considering the work they do, so Important and so far reaching, training the minds and characters of our children, they have been paid Inexcusably low salaries and no clitss of people deserve lncreused pay more than they do." The Hon. A. T. Hert, National Committeeman for Uio Republican party, sent the following strong stutement for publication concerning tho election of County Boards of Kducatlon under , the new luw next November: "Every right thinking man and woman In this enlightened age must Every magazine and newspaper In the land Is printing edltorluls concerning the schools of the nation. The Youth's Companion has the following to say concerning the schools in America: "The schools of America were founded and maintained by sacrifice; only so can they bo preserved. The teacher must be convinced of the value and dignity of his service that he will not lightly abandon It for some occupation tliut offers more ease or excitement or money. And 'on the other hand tho public must stop being niggardly. It must tax Itself more heavily for schools than It has been In the habit of doing, and It must pay sulurles that do not degrade the teacher In tho eye of the community. Wherever else a county must skimp, let It not skimp on its schools." itemized $70.00 B Ilottell, sheriff claim ;.4-itemized In Re Barn at Poof House: On motion duly made, seconded and carried it is ordered and directed that W. J. Hall, Poor House keeper, is hereby directed to purchase material and pay for same when delivered at the rate of $3 00 per hundred, and to construct a barn on said Poor House Farm the size and specifications to be determined by said Poor House Keeper and the said W. J. Hall, is further directed to construct said barn together with his own labor and with other that may become necessary to hire and to produce the bill for said work with a full report of cost at it's next regular term. In Re Application For State Aid Resolved: That the public interest demands the improvement of the following section of the public road, with the county of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky. That, pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 87, Acts of Kentucky, 914, application be and the same is hereby made for and on behalf of the county of Breckinridge, Kentucky to the state department of Public Road with said county above described in accordance with the terms and provisions of said Chapter 87, Acts of Kentucky, 1914. That, if this application is approved and the construction or improvement of the aforesaid road is authorized by the Commissioner of Public Roads, said road shall be constructed in accordance with the laws of the state of Kentucky, under the direct supervision and to the satisfaction of the state Commissioner of Public Roads, and should the. state receive Federal Aid on account of said improvement, under the provisions of the act of congress approved July 11th 191C, entitled. "An Act to provide that the United States shall aid the states in the construction of rural post roads and for other purposes, subject at all times to the inspection and approval of the. United States Secretary of Agriculture by his agents and in accordance with the rules and regulations of said Secretary of Agriculture, made pursuant to the said Act of Congress." That for the purpose of providing the county's share of the cost of said improvement as required by the provisions of said Chapter 87, Acts of Kentucky, 1914, there is hereby appropriated and set aside out of the funds in the county Treasury and available for that purpose the sum of, $18,000.00 also there has been donated by private subscription the sum of $80,9S5.00 now on deposit in the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company, Farmers Bank & Trust Company, First State Bank, Breckinridge-Ban- k -.. ; 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. ' .m Accessibility Its twin-cylind- er engine gives you at the drawbar', and 25 H. P. on the belt. It burns kerosene, and by means of a patented manifold converts every drop 12 H. P. construction make the Waterloo Boy a real farmer's tractor. design permits large, rugged parts, also fewer parts. Fewer parts make it easy to understand. It's no trick to care for a Waterloo Boy, A drawbar shift lever, which enables you Two-cylinder and simplicity of of this tive power. low-price- d fuel into rugged, posi- to shift the hitch either to the right or left of center, is a great convenience when plowing on hilliidea ot in finishing lands. Your plows take full cut at all times. - system holds the engine at the proper temperature for correct lubrication, and maintains enough heat to insure complete combustion. The radiator holds thirteen gitllont. You don't have to stop in the field every few hours of a hot day and fill it That's real service. A pump,' fan and radiator cooling The Waterloo Boy is especially strong and rugged in its construction. It stands up undei the most difficult and trying conditions of your farm work. Its various parts ere designed to meet every possible strain. , The Waterloo Boy Engine runs without weight provides proper vibration. Its traction in soft ground. Hyatt Roller conserve power by reducing friction. well-balanced You have to the Waterloo Boy to, fully appreciate it. Cotne in mnd we mitt show you and tell you why the Waterloo Boy is the right tractor for your farm FORDSVILLE PLANING JAKE WILSON, MILL CO. KENTUCKY Manager FORDSVILLE, V Ji 13, 1M0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Sofa pillow, any lace kind-Knitted PAGE SEVEN .,. By sixth grade pupil- -. 1.00 By seventh grade pupil. 1 oo Uy eighth grade pupil. 1.00 Best. map of United States lv anv seventh. or cishth grade nunil 1.00 . . Xm . " . " .. " " map ot Kentucky by any fifth or sixth grade pupil, 1.00 l ucst Best declamation, not to exceed four minutes (Only one contestant vo Be Held at Hardinsburp, Ky., Nov. 11 and 12, 1920 from a rnnmj 1.00 I Best written original story, not to exceed 200 words (Only one con testant iroin a school). 100 SfECUTIVE COMMITTEE .. .. I Geo. fc. Hess, a. u. nenuncK and k.xn. warren Best drawing of some farm device which you have made, with a written description of how to make it 2 00 tNANCE COMMITTEEProf. Schultz, Jos. W. Harth and B. K Beard be 12 o'clock, noon, on November J "a'c,B" Aicaaor lltli.Exhibits shouldwill entered not later than o'clock A. M. Nov. 12th. :HOOL FAIR No exhibits be accepted after 10 v. uobcrtson ' Hit p; Jesse R. Eskridge MULES. URY CATTLE AND DAIRY PRODUCTS-)RT. U. Heard Best Jack Mule, any agc WHEAT AND OATS- 45.00 P. M. Beard Ucst BACCO Mule, any age, - 5.00 Jos. W. Harth Best Jennet Mules, cither sex Pair roGs - 5.00 .D. D. Dowcll Best yearling Mule, cither sex )ULTRY. 5.00 McCoy, Jr. Best weanling Mute, cither sex. rr.RTAnLES AND FRUITS 5.00 .Mrs. Dr. E. Kinchcloc INNED FRUITS ETC- .The Executive Committee is inakinc arrangements to have n number C. Moorman of prominent mule buyers here, on IMrs. H M. Baud and Mrs. WCY WORK the first day of the fair, who will pay top prices for all good mules. PREMIUM LIST DAIRY CATTLE AND DAIRY PRODUCTS. Friday, November 12, will be Public Srtool Day and all schools in the ffruntv are required to attend in a body, il Possible. The school should not BestDairy Bull, any breed, under five years of agc- -5.00 thi dismissed unless as many as one-ha- lt puniM school will attend the fair on Second Best, Dairy Bull, any breed, under five years of age, - 2.50 L, a,v , nnp.haf or more' of the in the district !.- will attend the Bc9t Da5ry Cow h B - 5.00 l hJI !l. - U. ""' If. m tunic ...!.t. Ir the teacher should dismiss mc stiiuui rpriap iitnn wmi me jiuiius iu mc Second Best Dairy Cow any breed, under five years of age. - 2.50 ! r an nnia "-- vn m n iinns uu rrrtnrt uuta iouhu, r. The time win noi uc given iu oest round ot nutter. - 5 00 Second Best Pound butter- The followm'g prizes are ottered: - 2.50 Group Units, CORN, WHEAT AND OATS (A ilip largest oer centaV of the census. .. i. -, ,u mc ai.nuv1 i.riiicriticr -- - . , ., .. ,. U....B...B 1st. 2nd. 3rd. t of 1 tier cent wi tie anoweu uu wicrensus lor cacii muc Yellow Corn (Ten ears). .$8.00 $4.00 $2 00 V . . $3.00 coming to the fair)- -traveled in White Corn (Ten ears) . 8.00 2 00 4.00 hniStirr 111 ttlf parVle. Parade to form me (1-O'the scnooi maKing it.. ucm bhui"b bushel) . 5.00 2.50 5.00 Wheat (1-- 4 at the High School building. p 4 Oats bushel) 1 50 . 2.50 ExerciscVjli(Jwn on page 32 b the school giving the best Setting-U.. , exercise one, TOBACCO. of the Course in Physical aaucauon as 100 two and three, 2nd. 3rd 1st. 5.00 Buricy having the best general display of UlVchipl endeavors l $S 00 $4.00 $2.00 having the best display of paper cttti(g id mounting the school - 8.00 4.00 2.00 -...J rnnmTi nrimnrv seat- work. SIIU ! 4 00 -- 8 00 1' 2.00 'j Medley Kciay race giveiI on psj 53 of the G.00 Pryor rri the team winning the HOGS. 30 fit rnnro n Phvsicial Education- 2nd. 3rd. 1st. o the team winning the Centipede Race given 6n pagje 54 of the 50 Gilts Born in 1920- .$10.00 $5 00 $2 50 Course in rhysicai iMucauon- Males Born in 1920 5.00 1.00 2.50 Individual Entries Sows Born previous to 1920 2 50 $5.00 100 writing Best Specimen of Males Born previous to 1920. l.oo - 5.00 2.50 -- $1.00 grade pupil. By first POULTRY - 1.00 By second grade pupil- 1.00 Barred Plymouth Rock: tsy tnird graac pupi- irrrnrlp minify - .1.00 T, 1st. 2nd. Best male bird, any age, to be shown single-B- est - 1.00 .$1.00 oy ft. ...4 p. T) .. nun K'ut ..r.ll mii female bird, any age, to be shown single 100 Best trio, any age 1.50 $100 AGRICULTURAL FAIR - N. Crochet lace. Best dressed doll, (under 12 years!. pron, (.under 12 years;. Best specimen of crochet, (under 12 vcars). Best handkerchief (under 12 years) Best teddy bear, (12 to 15 years) Handkerchief (12 to 15 uown, (is to is years). Best buttonholes (12 to 15 years). Thc Agricultural Fair is being financed by the business men of Hard insburg and the Breckinridge County Farm Bureau, and they cordially in vitc you to come meet your friends, form new acquaintances and abov all BOOST BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY. y") .50 .50 .50 .75 .50 .50 .50 1.00 .50 1.00 .50 . - i LIST OF CLAIMS ALL0WE0 BY BRECK. COUNTY FISCAL COURT (Continued From Page 6) more than 2 days in any one week, except in case of emergency, and that all road overseers require the road hands in their district to comply with this order as required by law, and all road overseers arc required to work said hands by proper notice to work said road the said four days during the year 1920. Whereas at a meeting of the county board of Education of Breckinridge county, held on the day of! April. 1920, it was ordered that an advalorcm tax of 25 cents on the $100 in value of taxable property and a per capita or poll tax of $1.00 on each male citizen of 21 years of age or over, be levied, except as such may be exempted by law. And whereas, a copy of said order has been presented to this court, and the court being sufficiently advised it is now ordered and directed by the court that the school tax for the year 1920, provided in sec. of the School Laws of 1920, be 25 cents on the $100 worth of taxable property and a poll tax of $1 CO on each male citizen 21 years of age or over residing in Breckinridge county, except in Graded School Districts in the county and such other instances as are excepted by law. !.! - a. i,t 1 I.4 terial Districts of said county according to the amount collected for said purpose in each district of the county Came W. L. Beavin, and others presented and filed a petition asking that the Hardinsburg & Hartford road be designated as a State Aid Road, so as to run by McQuady thence the most direct route to Hartford via, Fordsville, which petition is ordered filed of record by the court. Came Tice McCoy, and others, and presented and filed a petition asking that the Lcitchfield road be designated as a State Aid (Continued on Page 8) uii the-schoo- One-Suck- er 5.n.. DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Oein, Ky. trnt LADIES' HATS 10R FALL AND WINTER , They We have the latest models in fall w and white, a va- come in colors and black riety of novelty effects in trimmings. F orrect style at a moderately low price visit our Ijllinery department. NEW FALL SUIT! Men and vounc men who need fall cloth " cfo well to see our line at once. Our select! in cludes all the latest models of high grade ics tailored to suit your farfcy. MATT1NGLY White Plymouth Rock: Best male bird, any age, to be shown single-B- est female bird, any age, to be shown single. Best trio, any age White Wyandott: Best male bird, any age, to be shown single-B- est female bird, any age, to be shown single-Be- st trio, any age Brown Leghorn: Best male bird, any age, to be shown single-B- est female bird, any age. to be shown single-Be- st trio, any age White Leghorn: Best male bird, any age, to be shown single-B- est female bird, any age, to be shown single-Be- st trio, any age Rhode Island Reds: Best 'male bird, anv aee. to be shown sincle Best female bird, aiiy age, to be shown single-Be- st trio, any age Buff Orphington: Best male bird, any ace. to be shown sincle Best female bird, any age, to be shown single-Be- st trio, any age Second Premium Ribbon TURKEYS Best torn turkey, any age, to be shown single Best hen, turkey, any age, to be shown single Best pair, any age Second best pair VEGETABLES AND FRUITS Apples (one peck). rears (one peck). Irish Potatoes bushel). f Sweet Potatoes (one peck) (one-hal- -- $1.00 1.00 1.50 Polled Durham Cattle. Poland Chin Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hub. hire Sheep. Hare won 1000 Ribbons at Stat Vkl to Past Fir Yn $1.00 1.00 - 1.50 -- .$1.00 - 1.00 1.50 $1.00 1.00 1.50 -- - $1.00 1.00 1.50 Ji oo 1.00 1.50 It is further ordered by the court that an advalorum tax os 25 cents on Valley Home W. J. OWEN & SONS, Propietora the $100 worth of property in the railroad districts of Breckinridge Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 $1.00 county be and the same is hereby Poland China Hogs a Specialty levied, for the year 1920 .This tax is Polled Durham Cattle levied to produce a fund for the payment of all claims against tax dis$100 tricts. The sheriff under his bond for THE HOWARD FARMS the collection of the county levy, is J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. ordered to collect said tax and pay the shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Sultan, $1.00 same over to the treasurer of Breckon ol Sultan, heads the inridge county, who shall apply same Duroc Hogs, l Sprague Defender headi herd the in the payment of any claim or claims lerd. o( 2nd. prize Tolled Shorthorn Breeders against said district as ordered paid fleifcr (Senior yearling class) Chicago, 1910. $1.00 by the court and then to the payment of interest coupons due and unpaid, Glen Dean, Ky. and then payment of bonds. The coupons and bonds paid by the Treasurer $1.00 Mock Farm White-hal- Inter-Nation- $1.00 BROS. & JARBOE KIRK, KENTUCKY ff Public Sal I will offer for Sale 1 I Turnips (one-habushel) uest General Collection of Vegetables. CANNED FRUIT ETC. Preserves. Strawberry preserves. Peach preserves Quince preserves Cherry preserves Pear preserves Canned Fruits and Vegetables. Peaches, canned. Blackberries, cenned Pears, canned lf , i'umpKin (Largest). er or holders thereof and the recepit Hardinsburg. Ky. of the treasurer to the sheriff shall " Dealers In be vouchers to the sheriff in his set-- $1 50 LIVE STOCK AND is tlement. - 1.00 there be It is further ordered that and hereby levied 20 cents 2.00 TOBACCO 100 on each $100 worth of taxable property, subject to taxation for local purposes in Breckinridge county for the 1st. 2nd. 3rd year 1920. and based in the assess55.00 $3.00 $2 00 Hardinsburg, Ky. ment of July 1st. 1919, said taxes so 2.00 1.00 Dealer in 5 00 3 00 2.00 levied shall be used for the improveHorses, Mules, Fine Sad1 00 ments and construction of the public 3.00 2.00 dle and Harness Horses. 2 00 1.00 and the apportioned among and 1 00 2 00 in each of the six (0) Magis It will pay you to visit my Stables 1 -- shall be delivered to him by the hold- BEARD BROS. C. V. High-Class Robertson ed 5,00 2.00 00 -- - $ .75 .73 .75 .75 .75 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. my farm 1 1- to the highest bidder at miles west ot i Tomatoes, 1VU1I1, banned JELLY. -2 String beans, canned. est display, must include three kinds LUlllKUi $ .75 .75 .75 .75 - .75 - .75 - .75 -- - $1.50 $ .75 .75 .75 .75 - .75 Hardinsburg. Friday Oct. t Ky. PICKLES eet pickles, any kind. (Cumber cPKr --- 22 pickles w Chow Sauce Hash BREAD -- Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co. Hardinsburg. Kentucky oaJ Ast bread oar sairisng bread eaten bi.lit,one dozen - 100 $1.00 ' 1.00 CAKES ON' THE LITTLE HARTFORD ROAD AT 10 A. M. THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES If You Are Looking For Migel food, v t l ONE BINDER (Practically New) ONE WHEAT DRILL ALL KINDS OF PLOWS ONE DISC HARROW CORN PLANTERJ ONE TWO-ROTWO ONE WAGON AND BED TEN HEAD YOUNG CATTLE TWO MILK COWS TWO MARE MULES, 6 and 7 years .old TWO BLACK MARES, 5 and 6 years old ONE SOW AND PIGS W I ruuKc, piaiu one-na- n nonnri) Divinity, candy (one-ha- lf ponnH) Cream candy one-ha- lf pound) )oughnuts. . finger Bread ake, any kind, most economical receipe to accompany cake. CANDIES Fancy mixed candy (one pound) " Chocolate lavptrx.i,- taramel layer mkp v Pevils food cakp bm cake tea cakes Iavei.viW,o )afJl --$100 v y - 1.00 1.00 1.00 i.oo lt00 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 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 ?. 4 - i y I ) My farm of 130 acres, all level and ink condition, is offered for Private bale ". W.N. Pate lMr. Ky. underwear, htndmade. "!' i Shirt waist, neatest mmlp uabies cap, handmade, Suit of underwear, machine made, games suit, (skirt and dress) Pillowcases and sheet, (neatest set). .nunwats, iicaicsi Tablecloth and napkins (dinner napkins). KUIH.IIVUII llrfUKlllS- Dresser or sideboard scarf. Best article in embroidery-Be- st article in crochet Best( article in tatting- Man's handkerchief, prettiest handkerchief Knitted sweater- Center piece, any kind Best knitted or crochet cap. ucusjiiciiui any Kinu- Collar and cuff set, any kind ! made-Ladies Prettiest Rag Rug, any kind, Cottftn ntfllt (rnt rtitA.n , ,, puvi iiy .luics nouse uress, FANCY WORK .$1.25 -- "J mm 2 00 f - 1.00 - 1.00 .100 - .100 . 1.00 .100 . 150 .73 . . . . . 100. 1,.00 1.00 1.00 .73 1.00 HERCULES 5 PASSENGER Touring 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER ALLEN 5 PASSENGER FORD 5 PASSENGER DODGE ONE FORD TRUCK 1 FORDSON TRACTOR, with plows and disc ONE DELKER BUGGY, brand new, Jess than cost. CASINGS, $15.00 AND UP INNER TUBES, $2.00 AND UP 1916 1918 1919 1918 1918 1919 IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN COME TO SEE US . . .50 . ,30 . 100 . 1.00 . .50 . 2.00 . .30 LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY IEWKP8RT, KY. . 'r PAGE EIGHT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORTj KENTUCKY LIST OF CLAIMS ALLOWED BY BRECK. COUNTY FISCAL COURT Continued from pigs 7 KfeF ft.1. "HHW eoivJMflifMpgiiaHP daAi'dUmM fjBTa unytk 1 M lrilp 4w -, vvP23BHiro v J? 7ir?ur aiitb. UOUKAfl&h (N LrJ ?T':- STJ '' V "aw. f If t you? rri rutu. What is the use of "working for money unless you BANK a part of it so that it will some day work for He who spends ALL has nothing; he who banks a part of his earnings regularly MUST prosper. That's arithmetic. Let our bank have your spare money on deposit. Money piles up fast if you leave it in the bank and keep on adding to it. Try it. It pays. We invite YOUR Banking Business. r FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. HAROINSBURG, KY. 'p- - r i.' IE N bundant and delicious fish at reasonat no price at all il you are nossessed nf fisliincr rod and nnt- ience. Moreover, many kinds of fish With Little Meat at Command, That that have heretofore not been tvinsifl- ered worth eatinn- have rerentlv, hepii . Flavor Given to Vegetable Foods. experimented with, and it has been found that they are both wholesome Although Occidental and Oriental and appetizing of properly cooked in food varies, still, many dishes taste favored by the cooks of Japan may at his command save fowl and ham, be adapted to our palates, and we has learned to give a meat flavor to can gain many good economy hints by many dishes vegetable thinking over the Japanese culinary This he doesof by using composition a very 'little methods. begin with the Japanese make meat in their preparation. Those of To wide use of fish, and that is something us who shudder at the thought of a tion. would find that we might do to advantage. Both vegetarianif dietwas prepared it highly In Re Affirmation of Order of palatable our sea coasts, our Great Lakes and enough meatit to give flavor with just March 22, 1920. many of our inland rivers supply On motion duly made by Esci. Rob- Of course we have all heard much of the Japanees ue of rice. In our bins and seconded by Esq. McCov, it PERMANENT DENTIST case hominy and samp, two corn pro- - ;s ordered that pursuant to order of , . ll'l ll mncifrtlll ttwl cnirrllAtti : ."... .... tllis Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON flltftC thotr ipp rhpan rntilrl op.. ' flip ( court entered March 22, that.1 . iicnrl . J . 'Y nuntr Jhifftri. S R lJavn nnil J J 0 lavishly and these products can l. Office prepared m many interesting ways the County Treasurer. Luke B. Reeves MASONIC BUILDING with the addition of vegetables and be and they are hereby directed for. just a bit of meat to give the desired a"d on behalf of Breckinridge county some time. Hardinsburg, Ky. The Democrats were very much to execute a note to M. D. Beard and1 flavor. .. '.I. lf f I. T1 ". The Japanese cook, like all his others, in the. amount of ?:io,ooo oo foi ' & JTson VI n KIUI IUU3 XV.II1VV,1 IlllVt llllOi Oriental brothers, is a past master in the purpose of securing funds to asSpecializing In Trial Practice the art of seasoning. He understands sist in paying the county's part of 40 tory. MURRAY HAYES , the taste giving qualities of all sorti Leave a hollow tree for the raccoon LAWYER of herbs as few Occidental cooks even per cent of the cost of said Federal Building those of France, understand them, Highway through the county and to and keep poaching hunters out of and it is because of this faculty that pledge as collateral security with said your woods. Fur crops should yield LOUISVILLE note, notes amounting he is abte to prepare such a More Than 20 Years Experience food as rice with such skill tasteless to 00 Said note is to be exe-- 1 and variety. The Japanese cook also knows cuted for a period of one year from that pickels give zest to otherwise this date, without interest but it is simple fare and he serves these in agreed that in the event there is withDr. O. E. HART abundance from said bank at any time an In one thing the American cook is drawn decidedly more fortunate than his Jap- amount in excess of 'the total sums A Complete Stock anese jrother and that is in possess- paid in by subscription to the Federal of Gotham Cold a imitless supply of butter and road fund, which included the said ing milk. The Japanese cook uses oil for notes deposited as collateral, that the Stripe Silk Hosiery shortening in cooking soy bean for county will pay 6 per centum on such one thing but he makes very little sunih until same is repaid, said notes use of milk, because Japan is not a is in words and figures as follows: dairy country Milk is, prescribed as $:!0,coo.oo. Will be in medicine in the land of chrysantheHardinsburg, Ky Apr. 14, 1920 mums, but it is seldom called for in a Fourth One year after date, Breckinridge HARDINSBURG, KY., r'ecipes. Sun and New Yorl: Japanese county promises to pay to the order, Herald. of M D Beard. H. M. Beard. P. M. Nl on the LICENSE ISSUED IN IND. Beard. C. V. Robertson, J.R. Jolly. A marriage license was issued in Thomas O'Donoghue, L j" Perkins. FOURTH MONDAY IN SEPT. Cannelton, last week to Dee Early Dr. A M. Kincheloe. and D. D. Dowel!, and Miss Georgia Smith, both of thirty thousand ($30,000.00) dollars,! Glen Dean for value received, negotiable and payable and the county does hereby pledge as security therefor notes which have been heretofore executed ' to the Bank pi Hardinsburg & Trust j . rM Co , and endorsed by the said Bank i to the said Breckinridge county, and ...PERMANENT... by the said county to said payees, as collateral and which lftl2mM.w if n to) $43,000 00 and the said payees are hereby given the power and authority to collect said notes which Always, in office durlmr are deposited herewith as they come Office Hoors:?U:S:SisPr. IfYington, Ky. ofllcu bourn due and place the amount so collected from time to time as a credit on this note, and upon the default of the payment of this note at maturity, said payees' are given full authority to disDRY-GOODpose of said collateral notes at public S auction for the purpose of paying this note after having duly advertised INGENIOUSNESS OF JAPANESE COOKS able prices road, be designated as to run with the present Lcitchficld road, as if now runs to the Grayson county line, which petition is ordered filed of record by the Court. It is ordered that the Court adjourn till b:00 a. m. tomorrow. (Signed) S. 13. Payne, J. B C. Regular Term Breckinridge Fiscal Court 3rd Day of April, 1920 At a term of the Breckinridge Fiscal Court continued and held in and for Breckinridge county at the county court house in Hardinsburg Present Hon. S. B. Payne, P. J B. C and the following named Justices of the Peace: Esq Robbins, Kccnan, McCoy and Howard Comes the Commissioner heretofore appointed to make sheriff settlement together with J, B. Carman, and his deputies and presented in open court a list or erroneous assessments in the amount of $170,075 00 which is ordered credited to him in his settlement and filed their list of delinquents as follows: 1st district 107, 2nd district, 108, 3rd district 104, 4th district 141, flth district 114, Cth district 140, making a total of 000 in the county less 55 in Graded School districts making a total of $2,105.00 and it is ordered that same be credited to his settlement as aforesaid, towit: School Fund $845, General Expense $9,0, Road Fund $450 Came the said Commissioner and submitted the Sheriff's settlement which after being read in open court same is hereby ordered filed, laid over for exceptions, corrections and completion, until April 24th 1020, at which date this court reconvenes for the final approval of the said Sheriff settlement and such other business that may regularly come before said court It is ordered and directed that the county Judge and the county Attor-- . ney be and they are authorized and empowered to employ additional counsel to aid the county and state in the prosecution of a suit now pending in the county court, and in the event the judgement of said county court is taken to the court of anneals, the said rnnntv. Tiultrp rind rnnntv, Attnrnpv ,. 0 with the assistance of the Counsel engaged are authorized to prepare all necessary briefs and pleadings re-- ! ,'lnred ? Pract;ce sai,d ase ,",t,,e saul county court of aPPeals ant the d judge aim county nttorney is to secure the said counsel at a compensation in their own discreautn-orize- LIVE STOCK INTERESTS Dist. Esq Kccnan, Yea keener and her hclOT oreoare Third Dist Esq. McCoy, Yea. ASSURED OF SUPPORT food for the family, and from ,fr , a ceme carry on most of the . Court, Judge Payne, Yea frrv... ..,1i. ,... llOUSCWOrk. Wfiil.ltmlnn It is ordered that the following More and better work can be claims be and they arc hereby al- fprri'ir.i no An.oii.i,. ",t,.er,.t,7..i nt shop .arranged the live stock industry" through cur- - !" a lowed: e comtort and conviencc Of tailinent of banking loans wa smitrlit T H. Hook, claim itemized - $224.33 from workers and equipped with good Reserve It is ordered that L. B. Reeves, by a the Federal of live Board today ,Man '" a dark shop where much committee . stock nroduc- . - lnust ,,c spcn, , unnecessary , , , county treasurer, i c ami uc is ncroy T i . f.. allowed the sum of $75 00 for making energy wasted with scatHr f tI reacrve ,v.t,m to a sheriff settlement, said claim is lar ajd tncm financiay in raising and equipment. Business men have ffl this a sound nrincinlc. and it sfo the use and benefit of J. R. Mcador iimir .vr,t.. It is ordered and directed that C, i The committee came as the renre- - n.c applied to the farm kitchen T. Jarboe, be allowed a credit on as- - sentatives of a Chicago conference of ,nat thc housekeeper can do her "'rc qmcKiy ami with the sessment of 1010, the sum of $550 and producers, packers and bankers. the sheriff is directed, to allow the , J" replying Governor Harding said aisue. board s policy has been to look county tax on said sum credit in his 0(1 You Guard Aa5n" Burglars,. tock .an.d ..ot.,er 1020 tax and rcnort same in his cr- - "P?..t.h.e !'VF ... producing industries as viiany csen- What About Rats? . ;,l rOnCOUS 1151 U. tin. I.nnr,! JnilM On motion duly made, seconded and not ujrect or con,Pel loans bj any carried, it is ordered that J. W. White banks, but that it had planned? w.itli'' ,Ka,,s. stcal '"'"ions of dollars' wg be and he is allowed a credit on his the reserve banks for aid to thrfagri- - "L?!"' Cn'ckens, eggs, etc, Dest 1010 assessment of $875 and the sheriff cultural interests to the extit of VI" ,'V " trOlllllCCI lVlthc t0 ne . rat I.. P. nnn nnn nn .1.!. is directed to allow the county tax on ncariy fi,u,u,uu una year.y It will surely kill th minre said sum on his 1020 taxes, and the .:. a nrevent sheriff is directed to report same in KITCHEN IS ?uch it. Conies in cakes. Th "w" w wnnqHnp sizes, ;ijc, osc, ?1 25. Sold and ins Uclinquent list. antecu by Conrad Payne & Co., Ck duly made, seconded On motion . . m erport, ana u. i. Heard & Co.. Han "c , kiicuch is uie and carried it is ordered that P. C. ' "IJ"UI ' til i ' n '"' rrpnir nf filnacrrirV lii nllnwpH $1,000 on his 1010 assessment and the . sheriff is directed to credit the county eof Boy; Store-Th- ird Floor tax in his 1020 taxes and report same in his erroneous list. It is ordered that the following JusJ-tices be allowed their per diem: B'&YSY (To be Coontinued) Second tt-fwell-lighte- d I ", "";"' tti " ..Ynl.-iinnr- t RAT-SNA- P. I r,. .wy A "'J w'ui AKJ-OG- S r- Stt ' MARRIED IN JEFFERSONVILLE Mr. Calva Sharp, 21 years old and a farmer, and Miss Katie Lucas, both residents of Breckinridge county, were married in Jeffersonville, Wednesday, Oct. 0 FALLS OF ROUGH W. A Eskridge shipped a car load of stock Monday. Tfi.nne Pnnlmtii mifl Gnu limlltf. ' of Dallas, Texas, visited .Mr. sister, Mrs. Albert Bcauchamp, last veek. Private Balfour Tilford, of Camp Knox, is here on a fifteen days the guest of his mother, Mrs Mae Tilford. Miss Lillian Harl is seriously ill of typhoid fever. Mr and Mrs. John Morgan motored to Hardin county, Saturday to visit Mrs. Morgan's sister, Mrs. Young, whom she had not seen for ten years, Mrs. Jennie Brounad. Miss Kate Quertermous, of Spring Lick, are hpre o) relatives. uf, John f Salmon was called to i Evansville, last Saturday to be at the bedside of her mother Mr. and Mrs. General Dugans, of Owensboro, are the guests of their daughter, rMs. Gus Salmon. Mr. and Mrs Willie Hale are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son. The largest crowd that has been here for quite a while was here Tuesday night to hear Hon. Ben Johnson speak at the Methodist church. The house was called to order by Dr. Stanley, who introduced Moorman Ditto Mr Ditto spoke a tew mom ents urging the ladies to do their bit at the coming election. He then in- traduced Mr. Johnson, who spoke for Pop-ham- 's fur-loug- ht I 1 I ! "OhMin!" Said Andy Gump l"Chester needs a new suit ou had hot. ter take him down to Crutcher & Boy's Department and get him dressed rtgnt -- And for once, Min didn't argue. a- j ?ri. ","' -- ... V.v 3Re Sore $CSanobrtzelbtnf t I V. V"'IV. (rutchertarks Granville ft.Burfon 6Sons Louisville-t- he Metropolis of -- Kentucky Third Floor Children's Barber Shop 1606-7-- 8 Inter-Souther- n , aJJliHUl.... VETERINARY SURGEON '- H nf New Furs All the Old Prices 'l Street, Louisville, Ky. '?" KV A I DR. W. B. TAYLOR Jdtful showing of smart Misses' Coats ySr 1 -- DENTIST iJGA 1 Richly or fashionably self trimmed fur-trimmed SPECIAL PRICES ON ?s o nn v- - y - We have just received our new line of fall Hosiery, Overalls, Shirts, Gloves and etc. $3.00 sizes. Railroad special overalls made in large 75c H&n Men's work palm leather gloves in all sizes. Ladles' perfect fiting se in all sizes glov- - 40c Men's sport socks in all colors. shirts in all sizes said sale, Said county further agrees to institute all suits on notes that maj be; required to enforce collection, at it $ own expense and free of any e.pei)se to the payee hereof to Done by order of Breckinridge Fiscal Court, which was duly entered on the 22nd day of March, 1U20, in Fiscal Court Order Book No. 3 at page 220. A complete selection of all the favored style effects including regulation, blouse-bac- k dolman type Coats in all popular shades. and Breckinridge County, . tDJL.tJl (Pi PA Men's colored work 10c Kirk's lilac tablet toilet soap. By S, B, Payne, Judge Breckin- CHILDREN'S GLOVES IN ALL SIZES AND COLORS 25c W. N. JOHNSON & SON Be pot Street Cloverport, Ky. Treasurer, Breckinridge County. Attested: A. T. Beard, Clerk, Breckinridge County Court Vote being taken resulted as follows; First Dist. Esq. Robbins, Yea. By Luke B. Reeves, ridge County Court. $2 )l Bolivia evora chamoistyne frostglow crystal cord etc., etc. 4i mmmmtmmmmmmmmmmtwmMm ' X V