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The Breckenridge news: October 27, 1920 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1920 brc1920102701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 27, 1920 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 8 VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, HON. BEN D. RINGO TO SPEAK WEDNESDAY Hon. Ben D. Ringo, of Owens-bor- o, a prominent Democratic speaker, will be in Clovcrport 27. OCTOBER 27, 1920 Pages No. 18 SUBMITS CANDIDATES FOR B. OF E. D. C. Walls Offers Names of 4 Candidates Who Are Not Pledged to Support Any In dividual for Supt. END COMES TO PA- - MARKET MORROW GREETED NEW MEATON CORNER OPENED , MEADOR APPEALS TIENT SUFFERER: AT HARDINSBURG OF MAIN STREET. Cassady and Thompson Form Partnership. I FOR MIXED BOARD Non-Politic- al I r. r Jones' irg. Ky pool room. The new The big Republican rally held in business Saturday. butchers started To the Friends of Education: The- last Legislature passed a bill Hardinsburg, Tuesday drew fifteen Democratic Women's Campaign .Mr. Cassidy is a resident of hundred people from Breckinridge insport. while Mr. Thompson lives lob providing for the election of the ol Breckinridge County, and near county at large. The main attraction here. They will Select their own beef. County oatr.d the ( Mrs. Sam Monarch, of Hardins-burRation at This at the rally yas Governor Edwin P. and arc prepared to operate a clean general in yHuer. , board will then appoint Morrow, and with him were Mrs. and accomodating shop. superintendent for a term of four Christine Bradley South and Richard years. The whole purpose of this law P. Ernest, Republican candidate for is to keep schools as far removed Senator. from political influence as possible. The Governor and his party were This board will consist of five memmet at the station with a brass band. A parade was formed at the depot bers to be elected from the county at NO. OCT. large outside of graded school dis- made up of forty cars. Leading the : tricts. procession was a small log cabin placed on a wagon bed and drawn In order to carry out the intentions Many Residents of West End by horses. The party was entertained Mrs. Shackelford Miller, Louis - 'of the law I insisted upon a mixed ooaru composed of at the hotel for luncheon. Democrats Will Vote in Cloverport's ville, to be Heard Also at Big and Republicans, and uotn to be more An overflow meeting was held in these New Precinct. interested in schools than in politics. the court house yard when the three Democratic Rally Saturday. speakers addressed the crowd in the With tliis in view the following men infancy. filed petitions for election to the said For the information of many voters Surviving are the husband and son, open air. Afterwards the court room living in the newly created voting William Pate, of Clovcrport, and was filled to overflowing to hear My dear Friend: board: Tice McCoy. O. R. Hardin, Every indication points to victory G. A. Wright, J. A. Haynes, and Roprecinct in the lower part of Clover-por- t, Mrs. Alf Ha'wkins, of Tobinsport, Ind. Governor Morrow make his main we have them on the run. On Satur- bert Weatherford two Democrats The Breckcnridge News pub- One brother, Dee Taul. of Canalow, speech. lishes the new boundary line for their Mo , and one sister, Mrs. Mary B. The Governor was received with a day. October 30th, Senator J. C. W. and three Republicans, but none of information. Oelze, of this city. Seven grandchijd-re- n wild applause. Devotees of the G. O. Backhaul and Mrs. Shackelford Miller them politicians address Precinct No. 4 begins at the foot of After these men had filed their pet- and five ereat grandchildren with P. hailed him with shouts and hurrahs, of Louisville, willupon the the voters issues of itions vic Ro,ertS0n, Dave Walls, and Popular street just below the Star a host of other relatives and frietfds Mrs. Christine Bradley South, who at Hardinsburg our plan Roller Mills near the Ohio River, .has been one of the leading speakers this Campaign. It is greatest to give Dlld McGarv three men who are in who mourn their loss. speakers the ovation no way interested in schools filed, The boundary line passes up Mrs. Pate became a christian early among the Republican campaign wo- these has ever been accorded visitors five ular street taking in all the voters on in life and, united with the Pisgah men, met with a hearty and enthu- that candidates - without even theparties the right hand side to Mr. James Baptist church of Breckinridge county siastic applause, and so did Mr. to pur county seat. We. will meet the consuit;ng fiied which arrives here at 11:1.. o- - Their ,ist was as f0nows: Mike Lyd. tram Cordrey's corner. Then it follows the where she remained a faithful mem- Ernst. band which dan Ed Egart Mrs M right hand side of the Railroad street ber until her departure of this life. Brown, C. In fact, it was a grand final for the clock a m., with a brass oOO follow with automo- - L. Miller and Miss Eliza Pile. All are taking in all that territory lying She was perfectly resigned to God's Republicans of this county previous we wish to biles loaded with people In order to Democrats and in no way interested i: it j r. tween Railroad street and the river will ana ouch cxprcascul nci icaui-nes- s to the election on Tuesday. to the Ben Ridgeway corner, then it After speaking at the county seat, do this it will require the assistance in schooIs except for political ad- to depart this life and be with follows out Oak street up over Bis- Him. She bore her sufferings patient- - panied by members of the Republican of every Democratic voter in our vantage After learning that her name county. hop's Hill on a straight line until it ly and heroically. had been filed as a candidate Mrs. Gov. Morrow and Mrs. South, strikes the old Short Line railroad. "Servant of God, well done, c,ver' individual to feci that Brown petitioned the county Clerk to Committee from Clover-po- . this Beginning there it follows the Short ' The glorious warfare past. motored here for another rally on it is his duty to help m with great have her name w;thdrawn. and so your onIy the four rernain. demonstration. Be here Ky. Line useing it as a boundary line be- The battle is fought, the race run, Tuesday evening. cars, your family and your friends., 0ur schools can never function as Mr. Chas L. Miller, Hardinsburg, tween Precinct No. 3 and No. 4 to And thou art crowned at last!" We will leave the Public Square they should until they are nlade free the Balltown line. All voters living beRoute 3, Ky. ;W. M. N. ASSOCIATIONS promptly at U o dock and will ex- - from the flighting influence of those This board is not pledged to any tween this boundary line and the every individual for the office of Bchool Hancock county line will vote in GOV. OF W. C. DISTRICT MEET pect parade.car in the county to be in who wouId seek to use them for this partisan political advantage. We can superintendent. We know they are Precinct No. 4. You have been generous in your not re,0ve them from such influence capable, honest and will be directed All voters living on the opposite of In) Hodgenville. October 28. Fourteen support to me in this Campaign I so iong as the politicians are to select by their best judgement in all matters this division line will continue to vote Associations in District. beg you again to come to my rescue! the conty boards, and select only pertaining to the welfare of the in No. 3, as it is No. 3 which has been divided into two voting places. ,'l'celi? schools of our County. t politicians for membership thereon. The annual meeting of the West Vic Robertson. A vote for a m;xed hoard wiu bc We urge every man and woman to Ral- Central District of the Baptist women Republicans Hold Another Democratic Campaign Committee. an indorsement of my efforts as your think seriously, charge to themselves YEWELL HOLDER IN in the following associations: BlackCounty Superintendent The election RAILROAD ACCIDENT. this grave responsibility and cast their ly Prior To Election. Have ford, Barren River, Allen, Goshen, OVER $69 MADE AT POP- of a partisan board wi destroy a votes for the above Board, and in Severn's Valley, Gasper River, Logan Large Crowd. ULAK KUN fib. 5UFfiJ.K. tlat we )ave sougn to accomplish. News has been received here that so doing you will assist in bringing Co., Simpson Co., Warren, EdmonBreckinridge county out of the mire Yewell Holder, son of Mr. Oscar mouvvL TJiose who wish to take, a stand for . Liberty. Lynn. Breckinridge and son. The pie supper Friday night at the 1)etter sc,ools should work for the Republicans of this city held a rally Salem will . be held at Hodgenville, and place our schools in a progressiveHoldex and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. column. The above names have not Thos. Bohler, vho is employed as a here Tuesday night following the one October 28. All ladies are invited to Popular Run Educational Division No. piprtinn of TiVp MrTnv n R HarrKn successful, been picked by any one man, but on fireman on the terminal in St. Louis, held in Hardinsburg on the same day. attend: Those expecting to remain . fi. Subdistrict 7, was quite the young g A. Wrieht. T. A. Havnes and Ro- bidding of the other hand have been'selected and was in a wreck very recently and Governor Edwin P. Morrow and Mrs. over night will please notify Mrs. W. Thc spirited dainty pies swelled the hert Weatherford. men for the Yours very truly recommended by voters residing in the sustained a broken foot. He is said Christine Bradley South were enthus- ' J. Ganawa- - Hodgenville. proceeds to the sum of $G.:5. The Adv- j,' R Meador. iastically received by devotees of the various parts of Breckinridge county, to be getting along nicely. program is as follows: The money will be applied to the County s Resnectfullv. G. O. P. who gathered in a large Devotional Mrs. Jacob Walters. Ke"tUCky Children's D. C. Walls, Chairman of' Demo- INFANT SON OF MR. A"ND number to hear them. BENEFIT SOCIAL AT May Demonstration Home Sodet1-Breck. Co. Adv. meeting was held in Weather-holt'- s Roll Call of Associations MRS. J. T. HESLER DEAD. The cratic Committee. C" H" FRBIDAYDIEVENING. Weather-hol- t, (Special) SeverFrymire, Oct. 23. garage. Mr. Marion ' Personal Service Miss Ditto UII3, Ul lAUIUllia- funRepubli- A Training School Girl in Associa- - lull, ctllll .Ul. al from this place attended the local chairman of the 52 YEARS OLD AND burg, made political speeches at the KILLS HIS FIRST FOX. eral of little James Hesler, the seven can campaign committee, introduced There will be a pie supper at the i : u..., tional Work Miss . Nellie Roark. .i :.. months old son of Mr. and Airs. J the first speaker. PUic School Building next Friday Duel Mrs G. L. Hamilton, Mrs. W. Frymire, Oct 25. (Special) Last Ti Hesler, of Lodiburg, who was h J J B Hamilton. evening at 7:.t0 o clock, uirls are ask- Friday, while R. Bruner and his dog buried in the Union Star graveyard. MRS. CURT RYAN SUFFERS Prayer .csPec,a"y TWO BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY were on mcir way iu on. uiuuiij Saturday, Uct. 23 T Ku boys bring merry STROKE OF PARALYSIS. Noon COUPLES WED IN INDIANA lesirtab,e rfull purses.to Proceeds de- sister. Mrs. S. J. Brashear, both spied The infant is survived by his par Devotional Mrs. J. T. Jones three foxes in the woods. The dog ents, two brothers and a sister. School Presented Miss Mrs. Curt Ryan, of Tobinsport, who Training liic aiiiJLici will Breckinridge county couples mar- uvcu iiuiii Children's Home.Ku IU UC his master killed it. "treed" one and Kentucky Rose Marlowe. suffered a stroke of paralysis of the ried in Cannclton last week were Mr. Bruner says he is 32 years old BLEDSOES PURCHASE In addition to the pie supper and i left side, over a week ago, is reported Address Miss Clara Keith. t t? i f: ct.ii: r and this is the first fox he, ever killed. VAUGHAN FARM. Ryan was ! Pr" both if Hardhisburrlet Jj- JIt has been 30 years since he has Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bledsoe, residents to be improving. Mrs.home in her Solo Miss Anna Earl Kirkpatrick stricken while alone at Round Table, Problems of a Supt. been fox hunting. Giee c.Ub of the Hill, have sold the property in yard. Neighbors assisted her into the ?fus.;LA".&Rtte Miss Roark fMHr uke1 veNreaccompan- which they are living to Mr. Vaughan house and Dr. F. L. Lfghtfoot of this An Associational Institute idM SP. R- aippel CARD OF THANKS - Selma in part payment of Mr. Vaughan's city, was called immediately to aid Prayer. by the bride s fa- - Reading v led to Cannclton We desire to extend our sincere farm in Skillman. Ky. The latter is her. ther They were man-ie'thxnlra tn nnr friVnrla and relatives not moving to Cloverport but has of- NATIVE OF ENGLAND AND ' have a good time, and make the meet- , ierea nis new purcnase ior saie. MOTHER OF SEVEN CHILDfor their kindness and sympathy ing a successREN, DIES IN HAWESVILLE. ATTENDING GRAND CHAP- shown us at the death of our beloved Irvington, Oct. 25 (Special) AnCARD OF THANKS mother, Mary M. Gray. We also wish is made of the marriage TER MEETING O. E nouncement IRVINGTON BASKET The family of Mrs. Charles B. Pate of Miss Elizabeth Lewis and Mr. Mrs. Hannah Alrdidge, wife of to thank Rev. Smith for his consol- BALL TEAMS WIN. ing words, those who sent beautiful desire to express their appreciation Clarence H. Stanfield, of Irvington, at Squire Aldridge, of Hawesville, died Miss Emily Reid left Monday for flowers, and who in any way extend- - of those friends who were so thought- - the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Wednesday of uremic poison. She Lexington, where she will represent ful and kind to them in their sad Nannie Lewis, of West Point, on was C9 years old, born in West Wren- - the Cloverport Chapter of the Order cd their sympathy. Irvington, Oct 25. (Special) Vine Children. bereavement. ion, uurnam county, cngianu, came of Eastern Star at the Grand Chapter Grove girls and boys basket ball Sunday, October 10. to America when she was two years meeting held there this week. Miss team played here Friday afternoon old, and to Hawesville, two years Reid will visit her sister. Miss Martha with Irvington High School boys and BASKET BALL GAME while beReid in Louisville, team 9 in HERE ON SATURDAY. later. Sheof was the sister of James fore returning homea shortlast of the- girls. The girls boys score favor of Gillians. Hawesville Irvington: the in. 5 the is survived by her week. Mrs. favor of Irvington. The two teams, Beachmont High husband Aldridge and seven children, bhe was School boys and girls, of Hawesville, will play the Cloverport High School buried in the Hawesville cemetery. boys and girls, Saturday afternoon, TRAVELING MEN FOR COX Oct. 30, 2:30 o'clock at the school We extend to our customers and Ashland, Ky., Oct. 21. Traveling iJfeC ("She'Bank that makes you feel at Homaffll grounds on the Hill. men of hastem Kentucky met here friends in Breckinridge and adjoinIf J 1 8 . and formed a Cox Commercial Trav Illl PARTY CLOVERPORT MEN ing Counties a most hearty invitaIN ARKANSAS PROSPECTING eler's Club. E II. Phinps was elected Chairman, W. H. Caudill, Secretary tion to call on us when in LouisYou Tuesday morning, Mr..J. D. Seaton, and Treasurer. The Club will back ville. real estate dealer, with Mr. Roscoe the candidacy of Cox and Roosevelt, to a Jffii irtftiisa- v.. Davis, Mr. Barney Squires and Mr. Senator J. L. V. Beckham and V. J. Illl Joe Mullen left for Askansas on a Fields, for Ninth District CongressOur Messrs. Paul Compton, land prospecting trip, in the rice belt man. The Club passed resolutions Nathaniel Shellman and W. T. 1 -- J,ZK11 What a Bank Account region. The party will return Sunday. scoring scurrilous Kepuulican liter Illl ature attempting to mislead traveling Chapin will take pleasure in waitwould mean in your old salesmen, which literature they start I S BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT seing on you, and give you every atindependence, age ed has been proven false tP their Illl P ifiTOTPBifT- - Iff). satisfaction possible. tention Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce, of curity, a Cleveland, O., announce the arrival feeling because you know OF 200,000 SKELETON of a daughter, Roberta Rice. YEARS IS UNEARTHED Mr, and .Mrs. R. B. Pierce, of this you could Pay your way Capital and Surplus city arc guests of Mr and Mrs. Pierce. The "Rainy Days" and Scotts BlufL Neb., Oct. 18. E. H. $600,000.00 Barbour of the State University yesSUGGESTION TO EDISON. the "Lean Days" may terday unearthed the skeleton of a animal, which he believed come but with a good Mr. Edison is working on an apMtmbirof Illl paratus to permit communication be- to be more than 200.000 years old Bank Account, started Federal Reserve System The skeleton was found in the famtween the living and the dead. SomeNow and growing Fast times we wish Mr, Edison .would turn ous fossil beds of Cook's Ranch near his attention to an apparatus called Scotts Bluff. It will be preserved and with 4 per cent Interest the telephone and see if he can't fix sent, to the university museum. being paid on it you Savings Bank it so as to permit communication beCAPITAL AND LABOR tween the living. Kansas City Times needn't fear rainy days oiCompany & Uncle Joe Cannon some time ago . CO. lcan days. revealed in a sentence the fundamental 108 YEARS OLD, HE CUTS Marktt at Fourth ' HIS THIRD SET OF TEETH principle of an old bugaboo, "Labor Come in and Make a LOUISVILLE," HARDINSBURG, KY. KENTUCKY and Capital," He said: Miss., "The man who earns a dollar is a Oct. 20. "Uncle Deposit and Get a crisp Ripley, ON TINE Jack' Terry, 108 years old has the laborer and the man who saves a bank book all your Own. Bank at the "The Convenient AJ DEPOSITS unique experience of cutting his third dollar is a capitalist. It is as imposCouvenient Corntr." C SAVINGS set of teeth. 'iJncle Jack" vvas asked sible to separate labor and capital as if this was the truth, and "said the it is to separate oxygen and nitrogen third set of teeth were of little practi- in the air and continue to breathe," cal value to him being easily broken. Elizabethtown News. My dear Voter: There appeared in The Brcckcn-ridg- e News of last week, the following editorial: "Keep schools out of politics. Vote for a progressive and nonpartisan Board bi Education. G. A. Wright O R. Hardin Tice McCoy J. A. Hayncs Robert Weatherford "A vote for these men is a vote for the endorsement of the work of the County Superintendent, J. R. Meador. A vote for any other is a vote against him and against better schools " The voters of. our county need no introduction to this list of gentlemen who are submitted by Mr. Meador for his endorsement. We recognize in their majority a body of fair partisan Republicans. We have no com ment to offer, other tnan tney win support Mr. Meador for the omce lie desires. In cultivated dreams we could never picture a more flagrant mix- ture of politics in schools than now in our county. From the editorial we judge the members of this board in question are candidates for the endorsement of J. R. Meador, our present superintendent. Wc are submitting the following to constitute the Board of Education of Breckinridge county, to wit: Miss Eliza Pile, Mook, Ky. Mr. Mike Lyddan, Webster, Ky, Mr. Edwin F. Egart, Mooleyville, g. will speak in Wcathcrholt's garage. Mr. Ringo is to speak in Lodiburg on Wednesday afternoon and arrives here on the evening train. With him will be Mrs. Sallie M. Beard, chairman tonight, Wednesday. Oct. He Mrs. Chas B. Pate Died in Enthusiasm of Republicans of j Wants County Board of EducaMessrs, and C. L County Runs High at Rally Thompson Murray Cassadypartnership tion a Tobinsport Buried Here. Body. have formed Tuesday. Mrs. South and Leaves 5 Great Grand- and opened a first class meat marNames His Endorsers. ket on the corner of Main street in the Mr. Ernest Speak Too. children. room formerly occupied by The remains of Mrs. Charles B. Pate, who died Wednesday morning at her home in Tobinsport, Ind., were taken to the Taul graveyard near the Clover Creek Baptist church, for interment on Thursday afternoon Rev. E. B. English, pastor of the Hardinsburg Baptist church, held a short service at the grave. Mrs. Pate's death was due to complications and she had been ill for several months. Before her marriage Mrs. Pate was Miss Nancy Jane Taul. She was born June 13, 1848 in Nicholsville. Ky., and marriend Charles B. Pate, Feb. 28, 18GS). This union was blessed with three children, two sons and one daughter. One son, Oscar D. died in ' ' ?'" BOUNDARIES OF PRECINCT BECKHAM SPEAKS IN H'BURG, i 4 30 ed 1 accom-campai- rt l.w1 J I MORROW AND I MRS. SOUTH HERE l rTrV, m-mTT-r- I I n..i, X ti. fU .'J 0 d I oi.i R: i ZJ . ! LEWIS-STANFIEL- D Xi.WS.'S j 4-13-1- -Krrg 0"" ?""!: - Invitation " - saBm?j- Ever Have Stopped Think? II I mrHh -. head-up-in-the-- U"---- pre-histor- ic Lincoln Hardinsburg RUST Bank of Trust 4' u PAGE TWO THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY IRVINGTON OCTOBER tT 1M0 cd on R. Bruner's farm and will crop n r Miss Evelyn Uramlctte spent last Miss Mahulda Shelman has returnweek in Brandenburg. ed to her home in Valley Station, George Miller, Louisville, after a visit to relatives here. Mrs spent Friday with Mrs. Lillic GlassMrs. Ida Nottingham, of Lodiburn;, HARDINSBURG cock. was the guest of Mrs. W. J. Schopp Mrs. N Gardner left Monday for several days last week. Miss Matildia Mcador, Louisville, Mrs. F. J. Bennett and son, of came to visit licr parents, Mr. and Lexington, to attend grand chapter of the O. E S Louisville, came down Tuesday to Mrs. Abe Mcador. Mrs. Addic Brown and Miss Mary spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. Mrs Swainc, Uciiton, 111., who lias Geo. 'Lewis, and Mr Lewis. been visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. Brown, Louisville, spent thcvcek-cn- d Mrs. Rachel Lay, after spending N. Warren, and Mr. Warren, has re- with relatives Mrs. W. J Piggott attended the fun- several weeks visiting friends and relturned eral of Mrs. Tula Daniel at Hard- atives here and at Tell City, left Mrs James Lewis, Mayfield. is vis- insburg" Wednesday. Thursday for Charleston ,W. Va.f iting her daughter, Mrs. F Scluiltz, Mr M M. Cole. Mrs. Cole and where she will spend the winter with and I'rof. Scluiltz. children, have gone to Florida, where her son, Herman D. Lay. and Mrs. Mrs. J. L McGary has returned they will reside. i Lay. from a week's stay in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gibson motored W. J. schopp returned from Louiswith ville, Thursday accompanied by Mrs. Misses Edith and Helen Wilson, to Louisville for the week-en- d Fordsville, who were the guests of their daughters, Misses Angic and Abe Gold, (nee Miss Sadie Cohen) who will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. their cousins, Misses Agnes and Lu- Margaret Gibson have reMr. and Mrs. W. C Nail and daugh- Schopp. cille Jarboc, the week-en- d Misses Blanche Basham and Julia ter, Julia Elizabeth Nail, Vine Grove, turned guests of Miss B. J. Robinson has returned to his have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs Ploch were week-en- d Ploch's niece, Miss Hazel Koch, Tell home in Louisville, accompanied by T. I'. Davis. Mrs. Will Robbins and daughter, City. his daughter, Mrs. M. D. Heard, and Miss Bessie Watlington accompan Mrs Frank Morcland, Louisville, visitMr. Beard. week ied by Miss Bruce Temple were the relatives here Jesse Whitworth has returned from edThe W. M. S last the Methodist week-en- d of guests of Miss Watlington's Louisville. church lias a membership campaign parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Watlingchild- on. The society being divided into ton, Hardinsburg. Mrs. William Simmons and ren, Irvington, have returned after a two sides each of which is working Mrs. Lee Yeager, of Louisville, visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. hard to secure the greatest number of spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. N. II Watlington. members. The reward of the winners and Mrs. W. B. Hanks. Mrs. Sallic Grausc. who has been is entertainment by the losers. Russell Basham left Thursday for visiting her son, William Grausc, and Mrs. J A. Scybcrt and son, James Illinois Mrs. Grausc, Leitchficld, has return- Alvin, of Fargo, N. D., visited Mr. Mrs. S. K. Cunningham was the ed home. guest Wednesday of her niece, Mrs. and Mrs. J. F Ater last week. Miss Agnes Jarboc was the guest Moorman Crider, Louisville, spent Olive Shclluian. Sample. of Misses Katie and Hannah Jarboe, the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mary Dunn and Mrs. Grain Kirk, last week. Gillie Dowcll. ham Jolly, of Cloverport. were guests Mrs T. A. Rhodes and daughter, Misses Margaret Bandy, Myrtle of Mrs. C. A. Tinius and Mrs. B. F. Lelia, were the week-en- d guests of Lyddan and J D. Lyddan motored Blame, Thursday her parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. Dennis. to Elizabcthtown, Sunday and were Miss Myra Rollins visited friends of Garfield. guests of friends. near Lodiburg. last week. Mr. and Mrs J. H. Miller returned Vntrpl retiirnetl from Lotns- I. I Mr. and Mrs. Chas Mayscy and irom ucwisport rnuay accompanied vine. Friday. Mr. and Mrs C. A Tinius motored to by their daughter, Mrs. F. Lambert, I Miss Laura Hale, Stcger, 111, visit- Owensboro, last week and were guests ant! .Mr. Lambert. ed Miss Tula Lockard, last week. of relatives Miss Anna O'Riclly. who went to perd Hodges, of Nevada, has been Kenneth E. Gilbert is at home from Evansyille. Ind . Saturday to attend the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hcn-th- e Russellville. for a few days. Kennedy-Clemons wedding on derson. Aliss Hazel Koch, of 1 ell City, is Tuesday has returned. The ladies of the Baptist church the guest of her aunt, Miss Julia Miss Bessie Watlington and Miss will serve dinner here election day. Ploch. Bruce Temple, of Stephcnsport, were Benefits for the Baptist church, the week-en- d guests of Miss Watling-- ' Miss Mary Henry went to Louis-to- n s parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. ville. Sunday to see her niece, Miss ADDISON-HOL- T Watlington Beauchamp, who is quite i Margaret Farmers arc busy sewing wheat and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Whitfield were ill making sorghum. the guests of Mrs. Whitfield's sister. Mr. Thomas Gough. of Owensboro. Mrs. Dell Lashbrook returned to Mrs. P. Mood, and Mr Flood, of Owensboro. Sutidav after spending Stephcnsport, Saturday and Sunday, several davs with M"r. and Mrs. Over-Mis- s Anna Kincheloe, who under- - ton Blanf'ord. Bewlcyville and Mr. went an operation at Norton's Infirm- - and Mrs M C Green ary. is doing nicely. , Miss Nelle Adkins went to Louis- W. b. Hook returned from a scv- - ville, Tuesdav to see "The Bird of cral days stay in Louisville. Paradise." Mr and Mrs. N. H Hook and v n Tvinr frc T,vinr nnri daughter. Miss Edith Hook, and niece Mrs. Wm. Kendall motored to Hod Miss Margaret Hook. Louisville, ar- genvillc. for the week-enrived Sunday to visit relatives Mrs. Adellc Coiiniff is spending Miss Nellie Slieeran, McQuady. was several days in Louisville, with her the Sunday guest of Miss Mary Slieer- sisters. Mesdames Crouch and Brid- an. well. W. S. Ball has returned from Miss Annie Jennings returned to Louisville, Monday after a week's stay 'with Mr. and Mrs. John Miles. "It Looked Like a Battlefield in Europe," Said Mr. C. Dunster. I Ji fie County STEPHENSPORT boro, spent the week-enat Addison with relatives and friends. The young folks of, the neighborhood were entertained Saturday night at the home of J. L Rhodes' and Sunday night by Miss Mattic Black. The show giving the "Life of Christ" was well attended last rriday night. d I is the guest this week of his sister' FRYMIRE I Mrs. J. L. Rhodes, and Mr Rhodes Mrs. 1. R. Cart Arid children, spent Mr Fred Dutschkc shipped a car the week-en- d with Mr, and Mrs. Abe load of cattle Monday. ' Mr. Rube Macy, of Addison, is able Havncs, of near Union Star. Several from here took some stock to be out again after a very severe , to Lodiburg, Saturday to make a car-- . of tonsilitis. ' Mrs. Maude MattiiiKlv. of Indiana-- , load , Mrs. Jim Horton and children, of polis is spending a two weeks vaca-- 1 tion visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mystic, spent last week with her and J. L. Rhodes,L of Addison, Ml- friends I mother, Mrs. Ellen Graham. T? T.. -- . I Wn orn r.ln.1 n a.v; At.. i uu m vjwciisuuru aimI livaiisviuc. " .iia. ii. C!T again after being confined to her Miss Kathcrinc Rcidcl, of Clovcr-Oall summer niul linrrc qIip wilt r.r.r ani.nt dhir.inK mill Qmi.l-.,- . ..firoom the home of her parents, Mr. .and continue better. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Heron have mov- Mrs. Chas Rcidcl Mr. L D. Addison went to Louisville, Monday evening. Miss Frances Rhodes, of Owenst- this next year ',...' e .. o. Ut Tn.. jpuih Mr. .i night witn Mary Lena, spent Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hesler and attend- cd the funeral of her little ncpnew, tlrcIay on Airs. Otis ". Robertson andnMr?', ',,' Mf . SPh,irc: Kobrft0" at"v Irvington, , ""? Sat-ca- sc uarger anu .ciaugiucr, . and Mrs. V. A. Sketo and baby Esther Lee. snent Sundav With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Sketo, of )diburg ""! Moot... . Seed Wheat We are pffering Choiced Missouri Red Fultz Seed Wheat, screened and putin your bags F. O. B. Hardinsburg $3.25 per bushel cash with order, We bought this wheat direct 'from Missouri farms and are offering it to the farmers of this territory at cost plus handling charges. Yours for better wheat crops HARDINSBURG MILL & ELEVATOR CO. HARDINSBURG. KENTUCKY HARNED Mrs. J. Stith, of Bowling Green, spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. David Penick and Mrs. C. C Brock C. M Aldridgc, of Bloomington, 111, is visiting relatives here. Mrs. S. H. Davis went to Louisville, Sunday to visit her aunt, Mrs. Tom Hunter. She will also attend the Gypsy Smith revival. Mrs. J. E. Matthews went to West View, Saturday to be with her mother, Mrs. M. D. Pumphrpy who is still suiiering irom injuries caused uy a ( The household goods and personal property of Joe Smith, deceased were sold at auction, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Parsons and children, David and Moiiua and Mrs. Sue Mercer, of Leitchficld: Mrs. Bct- tie Haynes, of Garfield, Mri. Mary i Lhambliss and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Miller, of Hardinsburg, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weather- ford, Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Martin, of But ler countv moved here last week. Miss Nancyc Kincheloe and sister, of Hardinsburg. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Penick. Saturday. fall iraiariiraraiun rr d. ! BEWLEY VILLE "Was staying at a hotel in a small Pennsylvania town. Early one mom- ing I went to the stable to dire a rig and was shown a pile of dead rats killed with the night be- fore. Looked like a battlefield in Eu- rope." Three sizes, :i..c, (i.'ic, $1.3. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, and B F. Beard & Co.. Hardinsburg RAT-SNA- P (TO Southern Optical Co. Incorporated PERFECT- - FITTING SPECTACLES AND FVE GLASSES Kryptokm Artificial Eye KY. Lem Southwest Corner 4th and CheatAOt 3l mTiftibla Bifocal LOUISVILLE. To the fathers and mothers, who bitter tears when they saVv their boys march away to war: 'mN tl,at 'ou can votc aml nut an eml to war for a11 tinle wil1 you ,et petty Politics sear vour conscience? Come out and vote for the League of Nations. Mrs Dcl Lashbrook has returned to her home after a visit to her sis- ter. Mrs. G. O Blanford. The Democratic speaking here Wednesday was fine and largly attended The speakers were Mrs. Lydia Browder, of Louisville. D. C Walls and Hon. Jesse Eskridge. of Hardinsburg. Mrs R. P Carman introduced the speakers. Misses Violet Shumate, Laura Mell Stith, Clara Foote, Mary R. Carman. Marv Dowel!, Messrs. Percy Foote. Billy Bandy and Mr .and Mrs C M. Compton heard Ben Johnson at Ekron Wednesday, night. Mesdames R! P. Carman, Geo R. Compton. C. M Compton and Misses Maggie B Jolly, Laura Mell Stith and Mildred Compton, were in Brandenburg to attend the speaking Monday. Mrs Richard Carman spent Friday in Hardinsburg. from there she went sUetl so many COMING! ANDERSON'S BIG DRIVE ;- - 44 BACK TO t !i l.. fr A . I My Prices On I I Furniture I I Will Save You Much I More the I Cost ofThan Trip I the I I to Louisville I I I THE FREIGHT I joicing over the arrival of a girl baby born Oct l." Mr and Mrs. Paul Hardaway spent Tuesday night with Mr David Hardaway and Miss Mattie Hardaway. Mr and Mrs. L. G. Miller "were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCoy to Hudsonville. Mr. and Mr Tlios. Wilson arc re- NORMALCY IN Mesdames Owen Kasev. E. L. Smith and Annie Hardaway. of Gus-towere dinner guests Friday of Mrs. E P. Hardaway. Miss Alliene Jordan was the weekend guest of the Misses Board, of n, Mr. and Mrs Horace McCoy, of Union Star, hail the following from here Sunday to dinner: Mr. and Mrs Geo. R Compton and baby, Mrs. W. R Dowell and children. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carman and baby, Mrs Ella Compton. Miss Bettie Lee McCoy, Misses Maggie B. Jolly and Mary R. Mrs Horace McCoy Stith McCoy, of L'nion ing relatives here Mrs W. J Stith has Louisville, some what Rosetta. PRICES ff i? Carman and son, Wm Star, are visit- returned from improved WATCH THE OWENSBORO PAPERS FOR THE DATE PROMINENT INDIANA FARMER CURED OF RHEUMATISM BY TAKING NUMBER Ncwburgh, Indiana, April 17, 1010. sulTercd with rhcuiuatibiu for years and tried numerous remedies with little or no hvuctlt. Number 40 For The Blood was recommended in mo unci I linve used In nil six bottles and am entirely cured, t tin1 lifivrt lml rr ui'itititnina disease for over two yearB." Frank Stacor. Number 40 encourages rapid elimination of morbid and unhealthy products used in the treatment of chrnio enlargement of glands, in blood troubles, chronic enlargement 40 FOR THE conditions. Tsed eczema and ukiu ever character uud conditions of the BLOOD "I Hev-cr- w r ' it with advantage in eruptions of whatin uenerul run down Hystein. Made by J l Mfiiidenliall, Kvansville, Ind., 40 yearn a druggist. The beat druggUt in your neighborhood sells Number 40. but if it happens that ho does nut, bend di rect to J. 0. Mendenhull Medicine Com- imny, hvansville, Indiana, and receive it delivered to you at $1.25 per bottle, bix bottles for $7.00. of the apleen and liver. Encourages the How of bile mid corrects catarrhal S. W. ANDERSON COMPANY INCORPORATED I OWENSBORO, IB KENTUCKY U !! H u. I "WHERE COURTESY REIGNS" Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE iuraiiirai ' OCTOBER m, ltfO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE THREE Harvest Sade 41 Lt OCTOBER ?9TH .") And the fodder 's in the shook." When the frost's on tkc pumpkin BIG GRAB BAG FEATURE OPENING DAY COME EARLY AND DON'T MISS IT. Beard's! Buy Them Any Day During Sale. 1 i f K If 1 flF MflHHU Mr IWBBHMIW w . Harvest Days arc Here and Harvest Sale days begin at B. F. Beard & Co's big store on Friday, October 20th, and last thru Saturday, Nov. Ctli. Eight whopping big days of such value giving as haven't been seen in a long time. The Big Thing about this Harvest Sale is that it's at the beginning of our busy Fall business and the merchandise offered in the sale is not summer articles but warm things you need and will need this winter, blankets and comforts, woolen goods, outings, winter clothes, shoes, stoves and ranges, furniture and rugs, axes and guns, atyl many many other things that wc haven't room to list even in this big ad. tail-en- d What is it? Why this. Our store won't open until nine o'clock Friday morning, so as to give everybody a chance to be here when the doors open The first twenty-fiv- e ladies making purchases of $1,00 or more in our Dry Goods Dcpt. can grab in the big bag and get a nice article worth from .'0c to a $1 00 ABSOLUTELY FREE. Don't miss it ladies. COME IN ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD BEFORE ELEVEN O'CLOCK ONE HOUR SALE OF ENAMEL WARE ARTICLES WORTH $l.op GO FOR 25c Don't Miss the Pumpkin Seed Discount on Friday November 3th Each seed in the pumpkin will bear a discount ranging from 1 to per cent. Make your purchase that day in our Dry Goods or Furniture Dcpts and take a seed from the pumpkin. Wcvill give you the discount marked on the seed This means money to you. Don't miss this Big Friday. 1 ulzl ' fJ If Big Harvest Specials! laEEBBEnHlHEEHHEVttMHEBEE5UJ Hlw jjmMHHHNDf BENr MlIrHKH Br IF There has been a decline in the cotton market and while mosf of the goods on our shelves were bought at high prices we arc going to give our customers not only the advantage of the present market decline which alone means a big loss to us but in many instances prices are way under market values during this sale. Remember the dates Oct. 2!), thru Nov. 0th Tell your friends and neighbors not to miss this Big, Harvest Sale Read our Prices. t GOOD QUALITY GINGHAMS Plaids and plain colors Big Extra Special, Per yd. MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED AND FLEECE LINED SHIRTS AND DRAWERS HOPE COTTON yard wide Per yard bleached 22V2C '' 98c 19c - HHEaEnBaBBBL?f Vlf jL 1B7M"""Tifc""' BaBHoWHHH MM AS USUAL, TERMS ARE STRICTLY CASH. EfcjT- MEN'S WORK SHIRTS Blue Chambray $1.."0 quality For only BOY'S BLUE SHIRTS $1.25 quality. For only HOOSIER The good old quality At only no limit. iKifci r r7 ipMMMllrBnilWP i lyi (m t 98c Mi $G.OO 79c $4.98 $3.29 $7.00 Comforts for $5.00 Comforts for 16y2c $5.69 $3.98 Blankets and Comforts Just When You Need Them Blankets for $4.00 Blankets for Fix Up the Home With New F.urniture and Rugs. Harvest Sale Reductions NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET NEW THINGS FOR THE HOME AT GREAT REDUCTIONS. READ CAREFULLY THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW. MATTRESSES Harvest Sale Price .$11.95 Harvest Sale Price .$ 8.45 AXMINISTER RUGS $00.00 Harvest' Sale Price .$49.75 VELVET RUGS $30.00 Harvest Sale Price $23.45 $26.45 $33.00 Harvest Sale Price INGRAIN CARPET $ .98 $1.50 per yard Harvest Sale Price $ .66 Colorfast Carpet Harvest Sale Price Japanese Matting Harvest Sale Price $ .39 Sanolin Felt Floor Covering Harvest Sale $ .63 $15.00 $10.00 Warm Underwear for All The Family Ladies' Ladies' Ladies Ladies' Ladies' Union Suits $1.30 value for Union Suits $1.73 value for and Misses Suits $1.75 value for Vests and Drawers $1.00 value for Vest's and Drawers. i!5c value for in Men's Union Suits less than present mill prices .$1.29 .$1.48 .$1.48. S6c 53c WHY IS THE BOY SMILING? Because He Knows He's' Sure to Get a A'cw Knickerbocker Suit KITCHEN CABINETS Harvest Sale Price- Harvest Sale Price.. Harvest Sale Price KITCHEN SAFES : $0.50 Harvest Sale Price $10.50 Harvest Sale Price $31.30 $43 00 $30.00 .526.95 .$37.95 .$40.95 $ 7.95 $12.95 at tiie-llarve- Big Specials Sale Boys Stylish suits worth $17 50 for Boys Fine Suits worth $15.00 for Boys Dandy Suits worth $12.50 for .$13.45 -- FLEECE LINED OR RIBBED SHIRTS AND DRAWERS FOR 98c Men's Men's $2.50 $3.00 1 DAVINETTES $37.50 $40.00 $25.00 $30.00 Harvest Sale Price Harvest Sale Price DINING TABLES Harvest Sale Price Harvest Sale Price .$27.95 .$30.95 .$21.95 -- $24.95 $1.50 $1.75 value $2.00 value Union Suits for. Union Suits for BOYS HEAVY UNION SUITS value for for .$1.98 -- $11.95 $9.95 $2.43 And a lot of Boys Suits in Odd Lots at Far Greater Reductions. BE SURE AND GET YOUR BOY'S DURING THIS SALE. -- $1.29 for. .$1.59 .$1.69 SUIT Men Here's a Chance to Get Fine Suits and Overcoats at Bargain Prices $55.00 $50.00 $45.00 $37.50 $27.50 Lv Great Values in Ladies' Coats, Suits and Dresses JW if Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits for for for...... for for $47.50 $42.50 $38.75 $31.75 $21.75 The values listed below in Ladies' Ready-To-Wecannot he equaled anywhere and we point with special pride to this department during- our big Harvest Sale. ar mfrr OVERCOATS $50.00 Overcoats for...... $37.50 Overcoats' for. $25.00Overcoats for. , .... $42.75 $31.75 $19.95 Silks and Woolen Goods $2 00 $3.75 $2.25 $3.75 $3.50 $2,00 $1.75 $3.00 $3.50 ODD $8.50 Trousers $5.00 Trousers $3.50 Trousers TROUSERS for. for for. $7.29 $4.19 $2.98 Poplin at Taffetas at Taffetas at Tricolette at- Crepe de Chine at. Storm Serge at Navy serge at French serge at Wool Ottoman at- - '$1.48 --$2.43 .$1.48 -- $18.75 Plush Coats $30.00 value for $24.75 Plush Coats $37.50 value for Ladies' Cloth Coats worth to $10.98 $22.50 at only Silk Poplin Dresses at Ladies (?.$9.95 only I, $1.35 $2.00 II Bargains in .$2.79 .$2.19 .$1.59 -- $1.29 $2.4S -- $2.89 Coat Suits Reduced y$ Children's Coats Reduced All to All Ladies' Footnotes Big Reductions in Shoes One lot Men's $3.50 olioes to r..w................M.......!)) 1 .bo One lot Men's Heavy $2.39 Work Shoes for- Man's Stronger than the $5.69 Law Shoes for........ One lot Man's $5.00 Dress $2.98 Shoes for Reductions in Hardware There are so mqny reductions in the Hardware we can only list a few prices to give you an idea of the bargains during this sale. Come in and ask for what you want and the reduced .price. $3.00 Riding Bridles $2.30 $2.30 $1.33 $18,50 Bargain in Corsets Kabo and jLe Revo $9.73 $0.00 $4.00 Ladies' Hosiery values brown only for 98c values black and white for $1.19 Ladies brown lisle hose worth 85c fo-r48c Ladies black cotton hose worth 35c for .19c Our leader Children's Hose sizes 0 to 0 black only for 23c Other numbers also reduced 1- -2 1- -2 for. .$2-5- 8 Stoves and Ranges at Harvest Sale Prices Our Heaters and Ranges are the best to be had anywhere and at these prices are big things in the sale. All Stoves are reduced, These are just a few sample prices. $37.30 $21.00 $10.00 $00.00 $35.00 $25.00 $3.30 $2.50 Brocaded Le Revo for- - .$6.98 .$3.98 Brocaded Kabo for. $3.29 Kabo for Kabo for Kabo for .$1.98 .$2-98 J Many lots of Boys and Girls S.hoes at greatly reduced prices. $1.98 Work Bridles for $1.98 Leather Halters $ .98 Lone Star Hames $18.98 Saddle Special in collar pads all sizes 69c A few double bit axes for $1.98 Nail Hammers extra spccial14c Guns and Shotguns all Reduced for Heater for Fine Range for Good Range Range for Coal Coal Coal Heaters for-Hea- ter for, .$31.50 .$16.85 .$12.45 .$51.75 .$29.45 .$19.98 Little Folks' Sensible Supporting Suits Buttons at waist and tabs for supporters $2.25 value for. $1.69 Heavy Outing Flannels Light and dark, worth 50c for only 33c PAG FOUR TMEBRlCKRlDGKNEWI, CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY ORACLE URGES THRIFT. October r, it .j The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher IQHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY FARM BUREAU NEWS The Executive Committee of the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation at a mectiui? at Louisville mi Ocr. '0 passed uiipnimously the following resolutions To the Farmers of the State of Ken tuck.' TIjc ir.cst important problem con- 1876 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1920 ; SUBSCRIPTION RATES Subscription price $2.00 a year; $1.00 for 6 months; 60c for 3 month. Business Loeili 10c er line ami Be for each additional insertion. Card o( Thanks, over S lines, chanted for t the rte of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of Be per line, money in not correct, pleaie nottly u. adrance. Examine the label on your rP- - I NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE t friend who Is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy It. NEWS hand It to WEDNESDAY ...OCTOBER 27, 1920 WHERE THE DOLLAR LOOMS humanity. Next Tuesday will tell the story of honest men. Vote for a non-partis- That man is more concerned about saving and making the dollar than he is about establishing peace or preventing future wars is shown in a survey made by a prominent banking concern of New York and Chicago and is described as "A Composite Picture of Business America." It gives answers from over four thousand men of affairs in every state in the Union relative to the political and economical conditions in their sections Foremost among the questions is the one to which out of the .1,073 replies, 2,0.41 say that the matter of reduced taxation is considered more important than the League of Nations. It is" a certain fact that men who have been staunch supporters of the Democratic party have turned to the other side because of having to pay an excess profit tax These 2,(541 advocates of reduced taxation, the majority of whom have made more money from the present administration than ever before in their lives and want to keep every cent of it, are thinking more of the dollar than, any peace treaty or of the future of theif country. The blood that was shed on the battlefields of Europe by their sons, has not over shadowed theiV selfish interest. As far as these 2,041 persons arc concerned there have been millons of livs lost for naught Upon the other hand, there are men who arc bravely taking, the stand for the League of Nations, regardless of excess profit tax or any party affiliations. From this report it would seem they are in the minority. However, it's good to know that there are brave souls who can look beyond the dollar, who can be above nartv influences and stand for right and who will be found keeping their tryst .with those who gave their lives for The negro of today, Howard wishes more justice in courts, better accommodations on railroad trains and more schools for his children. "Too many silk skirts and too much good time," said he, were the cause of racial unrest. said, his race. . Beginning on a legacy of SlfiO, left by his former master, Howard now owns a business rated as tht fourth largest of its kind in the city, and financial institutions willingly make loans on his name. "I never wasted time, never went in for wild oats, never saw a baseball game and never danced a step but always attended to. my business," said Howard. "No social equality for me g negro desires no it." sane-thinkin- Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 20. Born a slave and now reputed to be one of the wealthiest and most respected negroes in the South, Dvid T. Howard, 71 years old, ding anniversary and made it the today celebrated his goldcnt to give some advice to wed-occasi- Sort At Aim AmrttL " I grcss even when all help. If all will cooperate the Agricultural and School Fair can be made a success and a factor for improvement of Brcckin- ridge county in and agricultural and educational way. 24 YEARS AGO In Cloverport burg tne guest ot relatives ana menus, Evelyn Hicks and Sarah Hamman went to Louisville, Monday, Miss Jennie, Warfield is in Hardins- KEEP SCHOOLS OUT OF POLITICS! County Board of Education. progressive and G. A. WRIGHT O. R. HARDIN TICE McCOY J. A. HAYNES ROBERT WEATHERFORD A vote for these men- is a vote for the endorsement of the work of the County Superintendent, J. R. Meador. A vote for any other is a vote against him and against better schools. The Breckenridge News endorses these men as candidates for election on the County Board of Education, and in so doing the News has had no thought of partisan politics. We believe that school elections should be kept clean and free of politics. In endorsing these candidates we endorse the work of Mr. Meador. He has made the best School Superintendent the county has ever had, and we favor the man who is capable of doing the work regardless of his politics. When it comes to the welfare of our children there is no room for politics to enter in. , - After the election we have the County Agricultural Fair held in November 11th and 12th. This time next week it will all be over even to the "shoutinV And the New York Post predicts I a Democratic landslide. SCHOOL NEWS all these schools arc urged to enter their exhibits m all the contests. Some persons are attempting to embarrass the management of the fair by circulating the report that Parochial and Private schools are barred from competing for the prizes By J. R. Meador, Supt. but such is not the case. The com- a,r.Imittce on arrangement for the schoolI The Agricultural and School d' tincnt ofvhich department wiill be held at Hardinsburg on Thurs-- , was appointed chairman, Vn,i no in dav and Friday. November 11, and 12, tention of excluding any one and no The second day. November 12, will be one was excluded. "School Day" and all schools are requested to attend and take part in Premium lists have been mailed to the fair. A splendid list of prizes has been offered and schools should all school teachers and to all private begin now to make their arrangements and parochial schools in the county. to complete for these prizes. Let every body boost and nobody All contests are open to Public. knock, and let every body realize Parochial, and Private Schools and that it takes work to make for pro- - AND VIEWS i- Maud Willis and Mr. Robert Leonard Oclzc were married Monday evening at four o'clock at the home DON'T of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Willis. Rev. Rutledge officiated, DON'T shoot without this year's -(- o)Mr. Walter Wendelkm and Miss hunting license. DON'T shoot doves before Sept Cornelia Bakely will be united in mar riage at the home of the bride, aternber ist nor atter December lotn. DON'T kill more than fifteen doves fnrtnnQ f.an TCv nevt SumUv. Nov 1. The groom is the son of Mr. and.'" one $!?, DON'T shoot quail before Novem- Mrs. Henry Wendelkin, of this city. iber 15th nor after January 1st. (0) DON'T kill more than twelve quails F. J Ferry has returned from a in one day. visit to Deleware. DON'T kill woodcock before Nov(o- )Mrs. Ulrich Farber and daughter, ember1 1.1th nor after January 1st. DON'T kill more than six wood Miss Mary, have returned from Victoria, where she has been visiting her cock in one day. DON'T kill wild turkey, imported son, George. pheasants or Hungarian patridges be- -' (o- )Hawesville Gen. Adair has pear fore Nevember 15, 1924. DON'T shoot, buy or sell rabbits' trees full of fruit. They are of the kind that ripen anywhere between before November 13th nor after . November and January and are not January 1st. DON'T snare rabbits at any time. affected by thaws and freezes and it DON'T hunt, pursue, chase, catch, is a chilly sight to see them blooming while the Ohio river is frozen over, kill, injure or molest any deer before , November 13, 1923. -(- o)DON'T kill any wild ducks, wild Glen Dean Mrs. Jesse A. Moorman geese or jack snipe before September is visiting her mother in Irvington 1.1th nor after January 1st. -(- o)DON'T kill any Wood ducks, EiMr. and Mrs. Bob Crider, rords-vlllvisited here Sunday. Mrs. Crid- der ducks or swans at any time. DON'T kill, trap nor have in your er is staying a few days with her possession at any time any song or mother, Mrs. Bcttic Moonrau. insectivorous birds. (o- )DON'T wait until November 15th Hardinsburg The will of Letitia Etttlcr was admitted to probate in the to buy your hunter's license. DO IT NOW. County Court, last week, DON'T kill all the quail in a covey -(- o)leave some for seed. Mr. J. C. Nolte has made a final DON'T forget to feed the birds settlement with the county court as assignee of S. L. Stilzer, and has during the winter. DON'T fail to notify your local been discharged of his trust. He reports a settlement with all creditors, warden or this department of those who violate the law. -(- o)Irvington Mrs. D. W. Henry spent JOG ALONG last week in Ekron and Brandenburg, I I I e, I I fronting th? farmers today and the most pressing solution, is the proper means to avoid the present low prices of farm products which recently have fallen far below the cost of production. We believe that these prices have been unduly depressed below those warranted even by present conditions. The Executive Committee of the Farm Bureau of the State of Kentucky realizing the importance of the cost of production, believes that farmers arc fully justified in not selling their products until such time as they shall receive cost of production. There is a large surplus of farm products of all kinds over and above the worlds needs at the nrcscnt tunc. if this is true, in our opinion, the only sensible thing for the farmers to do is to make their arrangements to cultivate such land and produce such crops as will give them a fair return for their labor, There is no other business that would continue to produce a surplus for which there is no sale except at runious prices. It is certainly of prime importance that farmers of this state begin to conduct their affairs in a business-lik- e way, and the Kentucky harm Bureau and the American rami Bureau Federation are the business organizations of the farmers of Kentucky and the United Spates. Executive Committee Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation one Home Town rjuK uowl f nmiu waju bank sHSniySaBaN Oft Even the "blue-sky- " laws do not protect you from glib talkers who go around peddling fake schemes." Before you" invest in some scheme which looks like a quick money-make- r, come in and ask us about it. We will cheerfully tell you whether or not we think it is a SAFE thing in which to invest. Money LOST is money GONE. "get-rich-quick We invite YOUR Banking Business. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. i ITIBWlBTTHffl WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS I j 'it A Real Boy's Store Third Floor Harry Major and children, have returned home after a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington. wleyville (o) W. H. Cian, Sr., is off attending a Quarterly Meeting at Ridge Spring, have returned from a pleasant visit to relatives at Lewisport o There was a large assemblage at the M. E. church South last Wednesday to witness the marriage of Mr. Estil Sutton, of Louisville, to Miss Daisy Mercer, daughter of Judge N. McC. Mercer, of this place. The ceremony was performed by Rev. S. K. Chas. Drury's today. Eggs 13c at G. E. Frank L. Stanton, in Atlanta Constitution. Never mind the weary way Jog along I Dark is driftin' to the day: Jog along! , Never mind how times may go, World's the very best we know, An' the good Lord made it so, Jog along 1 Sale House Dresses We have been told that it Is contrary to all precedent of good merchandising to sell these dresses at such low prices. But that doesn't bother us. We bought the dresses right and precedents or no precedents, our customers must have the benefit of the lowest prices possible. Blanford and wife What Jog What Jog What What There Jog our hopes, and what our fears? along I our crosses, and our cares? along the thorny crown Love wears? the fallin' of Love's tears? is sunshine for the years: along I 1 $4.00 and $4.50 House Dresses -- Breeding -(o)-- Ekron barrels of apples have been shipped from Ekron station up to this date, About 18,000 Time and time, and earth so wide: Jog along! Joy is bom where joy has died: Jog along! So that love may still abide-- So Contentment seeks our side Living still - through crucified: Jog along I These In exceptionally good quality of Amoskeag ginghams and standard percales. Tailored In new styles of straightllne and fitted models, They have collars and pockets and are niaely trimmed with buttons. We guarantee these to give excellent service. $2.85 PO.OO $5.00 and $6.00 4fcQ OCJ -House Dresses up of the choicest ginghams and percales, in This lot is made checks, plaids and stripes, also solid colors in pink, blue and green lluen. While these are called house dresses, the style and fitting qualities make them eminently suitable for porch wear or even for street wear. These nre shown In regular and extra sizes; fitted, straightllne and belted models. Afotocees ro i: MUTT AND JEFF Bruner and Miss Lillie May Shacklette were married Wednesday, 14th, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blant Schacklette. (o) Lyoma Mrs. Davison and son, Mrs. Aleck Vickers and little daughter. Hawsil, and Miss Jennie Carlton, of Hawesyille, formed a jolly crowd that drove in a jolt wagon to visit G. H. Vickers and family. FREAK VEGETABLE EXHIBITED BY NEIGHBORS. Look in The Telephone show window for freak vegetables productions and for articles of mammoth size. The 54- - lb. pumpkin grown by E. D. Jones; a 5 pound turnip and some big winter radishes grown by Geo. Popp, of Bunda; a sweet potato 18 inches long grown by Frank Sapp, of this city, some big chestnuts grown by G. W. Winchell, of Tobinsport, are among the things that are attracting the passer-by- . Cannelton A KANSAN'S RUTHLESS OCTOBER Tom W. Jackson in Brooklyn Standard Union This Is the golden harvest month When pumpkins yellow glow; When politics become red hot And ice men get a blow. When people register so they Can have the right to vote, And he who has the price procures. A lightweight overcoat. This is the month when candidates All wear a worried look, And wonder if they will win out, Or if they'll get the hook. When open cars contain a chill And women wear new hats; When people howl out, "Turn on steam" To janitors of flats. . This Is the month wo celebrate The landing of great Chris; Who said, "I see the makings of A mighty land In this." And of the I'ilgrims, who came here I are noted for the great difference in their sizes. Crutcher & Starks Boys' Department is noted for the many different sizes they carry in boys' clothes we can fit the chubby ones or the tall ones. 2fcSon Flannelette Gowns $1.95 Values to $27.50. . . Velours, French serge, trlcotlne and poplin, In beautiful colorings, including plaids, checks, stripes, plain tones and black. These skirts are fashioned after the most preferred designs and reveal side, box and accordion plaltings with deep belts and some with pockets also they may be had in many smart plain tailored styles. At this price you will want to purchase your enUre winter supply. : $2.50 value for t. Each garment is cut full and well made. Shown In pink and blue stripes, also solid white; all are neatly trimmed; with or and long sleeve styles. without collars, Skirt Specials Avf (t .J .C7C7f! fi ?J (t JL Values to $15.00. . . CSanarzVacres (rotcherjkrks (awwille ft.Burfan 6Sons, Louisvillm-the Telephone. For quiet .place to pray And then took up their guns and drove The Indians away. This Is the month when all the leaves llrgiu to do a turn; When folks their $15 coal Have to start In to burn. When mince pie from seclusion come And oysters should be prime; When folks will find it just as hard dime.' To put aside DEED Fourth and Market - Louisville, Ky. Metropolis of Shop-Th- Kentucky Floor Children's Barber ird When Cal Lichty rturued from California recently lie had a big mustache; but it got in his way so much when he tried to eat the big roasting j cars ucrc uc uau iu iiiyc u cut on, ; Sabetha Herald. Try A News Want Ad For Results j . Cm it , . "i OCTOBER 27,'IMO QHje THE BRECKENRIDGE liEWS, Holt, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Zack Hardin. o o o CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY ADVERTISEMENTS you PAGE FIVE Src rkrttri&0t Nmu OCTOBER 27, 1020 WEDNESDAY, 'Cattred it the Toit Office at Cloverpert, Kjr. i tecond cUis matter. ANNOUNCE- Mr Charles P. Sawyer spent Wednesday and Thursday in Hawcsvillc the guest of his brother, Mr. T. F Sawyer, and .Mrs. Sawyer, o o SOCIETY ITEMS Of CLASSIFIED Personal Interest NOTE i'leate notify the editor win., desire advertisements discontinued. FOR SALE FOR SALE Wine Sap Apples .. T Hardin's, Holt, Ky. KOH S o Mrs. Ernest Gregory is in Little Rock, Ark , the guest of her sister, Parkcrsbttrg, W. Va., Oct. 21. (Special to The Brcckcuridgc News) Mrs. For Precinct and Citr Officer t 2 CO Mrs. Lewis Gassaman. ooo ror county umcet H. At Dawjcy entertained last Monday t to.no nwi ! have one good wheat drill for a For State ind Diftrlct Opuet in honor of her little niece, .10 sale. Julian II. Brown, Clovcrport, Ky afternoon ror lam, per line. .Martha Board Ferry, of Clovcrport, For Canli. ner line. .10 ooo Ky., being her first birthFor an in the interest ol 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wcathcrholt day. the occasion Individual! or exprenlon ol Individ The table was beautifully decor.10 and daughter, Willis Ann, of Eldon, ual views, per line ated in white and yellow cosmos, Mo , arc the guests of M r Wcathcr-hblt'- s brass candle sticks holding yellow parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. tapers The favors were little pumpSTARK-LOWMA- N CO. Wcathcrholt kins filled with bon bon's Louisville Representatives O O f Those who accepted Mrs. Dawlcy's Mrs. II. W. Rogers, of Earlingtpii, invitation were: Misses Louise arrived Monday afternoon for a visit Rutli Backers Louise and with her daughter, Mrs. Eldred Bag-bag- c, Nancy Dawlcy, Hoit Drake, Jr.. Mrs. and Mr. Babbagc. Joe Ross, Miss Francis Smith, Mrs. . o Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blair, of Mr. and Mrs. J K. Bandy and son, Iloit Drake and Mrs. T. J. Ferry. ooo and Mrs. Blair's father, J. If. Maurice Bandy, spent the week-en- d jf Sanders, of tin's city motored to visiting in Irvington with Mr. Bandy's Mrs. Brooklocker Owensboro, Sunday where Mr. Blair mother, Mrs. Taylor Bandy, and in Entertained Sunday. is thinking of buying property, Webster with Mrs. Bandy's brother, Mrs. Henry Brooklocker gave a ooo Mr, Hugh McGavock, and Mrs. twelve o'clock dinner Sunday at her Messrs E. L. Robertson and J. W. home in the East End and had for te ooo Howard, Sr., were here Sunday Mrs. James Winchell was in Louis- her guests: Mesdames A. A. Simons, to Louisville. and J. II. Rowland. Miss Annie Raitt, ville, Friday. Miss Josic Raitt and Miss Ida White noo Mrs. A. R. Fisher returned Sunday Mr. H. B. Donaldson, of Bowling from Glen Dean, where she has been visiting. She motored here with Mr. ' Green, spent Saturday and Sunday HILL ITEMS and Mrs. James A. .Dean and Jesse with Mrs. Donaldson, who is the guest Mrs. Con Sippcl went to Louisville, Howard, jr., who returned that atter of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. last Wednesday to be the guest of Jarboc. noon. her daughter, Mrs. R S Padgett, and Mr and Mrs. Mort Ptimphrey went .Mr. Padgett, an I will attend the Mr. Wm. Barrett, of Owensboro, Gypsy Smith ri:vi Nil. Punip-rey'- s with spent the week-en- d with his daugh- to Louisville, Friday Sallie Mr. Misses Mary and Umslinc Keil atDeHaven, sister, Mrs. ter, Mrs. J. Byrne Severs, and Mr. who left Saturday for Union City, tended the basket bail game m e, Severs. Saturday. Tenri. ooo Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jolly, of Glen o Mrs. Maud Shaver and son, Andrew, guests of Little Miss Dorothy May, daughter Dean, were the week-en- d of Greenville, returned Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry May is ill Mrs. Julia Wood and sons, Lee and after a short visit with Mrs. Shaver's with inflamatory rheumatism at the John Wood. Mr. Jolly has bought a aunt, Mrs. John A. Barry, and Mr. home of her parents in the East End. farm and stock in Texas and contemp-laet- s RATES FOR POLITICAL MENTS. Mc-Kan- c, Mat-tingly, Honored On Her First Birthday. for sale at The Night When the Spooks and Goblins Go Forth THIS YEAR, SATURDAY, OCT. SALE Farm cotnlstinp of 0 acre, acres of which is overflow land; lias lour room cottage and nice cellar; two one meat cittern; liounc; one chicken douse; feci liarn and crili com liined; log house and crih combined; some Rood fencing; about 23 young fruit trees; some RrnneM mile from church and school. Write (5. T. Oldham, Stephensport, Ky. SAt.Il One Shorthorn milk cow. (lives two gallons of milk a day. II years old. John C. lshill, HarriinshurR, Ky., Route 2. 30 FOIt SAI.lv Or Trade li2 head of sheep, all ewes, 'will he two years old March 1U2I. Will trade for hogs or calves on the old Carney farm adjoining Silias Hiwkins. Kir-b- y Dowcll, Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 2. FOR SAKE Solid oak dinning table (extension) and six chairs like new can be seen at II. V. Heard & Co., A bargain FOR SALE Ford machine, new fenders, tires, up-tdate in every way, run a sewing machine. Trice $J."0 and guaranteed Also hae 3 head of horses and two mules. Prices right. Emmet Johnson, Guston, Ky, new like p HALLOWE'EN ye Have All the Fun Makers HALLOWE'EN Jack-O-Lante- oo in NOVELTIES Mc-Gavo- en-rou- FOR SALE One eight hoe Hoosier Wheat drill, with Fertclizer attachment. Bcauch-amand Ilurton, Mystic, Ky, Pumpkin Lanterns; Comic Masks; Wigs and Beards FOR SALE OKI newspapers, !5c a hunch. Ilreckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE lllank Herds and Mortgages. The Breckenticlge News, Cloverport, Ky. TYPE WRITER FOR SALE FOR SALE Remington typewriter No. 0, Remodeled. (Jood as new. Further inform ation call or write The Ilreckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. Maw-esvill- oo o WANTED Wat-kin- Barry. o o Mr. and Mrs. Gid Squires, of Mc-Quad- y, ". t a Mr. Barney Squires, last week. 'visited Mr Squires' father, ping. and Gussie Burke spent Saturday in Louisville, shopMisses Dollic Miss Corine Quiggins was in o oo Skill-ma- - Mrs. Sam Furrow and daughters. Miss Virginia and Anna Elizabeth, and sons, Eugene and Tillman Furrow returned to their home in Sedalia, Mo., Saturday and were accompanied by Mrs. Furrow's mother, Mrs. Smith who will make an extended visit. I have bought several hundred pairs of army shoes to sell at $2.90 a pair as long as they last. Julian Brown, Cloverport, Ky. n ift J .V Friday and Saturday visiting nard went to Owensboro, Saturday Miss Emma Hagman. to sec her son, Carl Beavin, and Mrs. ooo Mrs. Graham Jolly was the guest Beavin. Ed Brown, of Hardinsburg, was of her brother, Mr. Frank Blaine, and guest ' Mrs. Blaine in Stephensport, Friday. here last week the week-en- d of Vic and Gabe Beavin. Mrs. Rob Wilson and children, re: Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Knights and son, Everett Knights, of Cannelton. turned from Dayton, last Monday were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. night after a week's visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Perkins. J. F. May. oo o will be hos- Jim Perkins, of Mattingly, has gone Mrs. Frank Mattingly ooo to Dayton to see his brother, Wm. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anthony, of Kirk, tess to the Ladies Reading Club this Perkins, and Mrs. Perkins. spent Wednesday in Cloverport. week at her home "The Castle." Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Ray have returned from their son's, Virgil Ray, Miss Cleona Weatherholt will enMr. Frank H. Hollmann, of "Mo., was the guest of Miss and Mrs Ray, of near the Tar Springs. tertain the Wednesday Club this Miss Oletha Tabeling and sister, week. Mary McGavock, Friday, Viola, who visited their sisters and oot A decline of twenty-fiv- e Mrs. R. L. Oelze and sister, Miss relatives in town last week, have reto fifty per cent on dry goods. I have a new line Martha Willis, were in Louisville, turned to their home in Louisville. Since last issue of these items of Hoosier cotton, outing, gingham Monday shopping. o- - o James Buckby of near town has reo and calico. Julian Brown, Cloverport, Mrs. Raymond May and daughter, turned from Owensboro, where he Ky. Anna Elizabeth May, were in Louis- visited relatives. Mrs. J. E. Black is on the sick list Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Wood ville, several days last week visiting at her home near town. and daughters, Misses Rubie and Mrs. James Hart Mrs. Van Btiren Butts and son, Betsy Wood, of Louisville; were the Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Rhodes and Leoma. of Caseyville, arrived Saturweek-enguests of Mr. and Mrs. son, Vcrnbn Lee, spent the week- day evening to visit her parents, Mr. little David B. Phelps. ooo end with Mr. and Mrs. Jas Crenshaw. and Mrs P. J. Kramer. Mrs. Fred Davis and children, Mrs. Rdy Mattingly entertained Louise and Gilbert F. Davis, of LoASSIGNEE'S NOTICE Wednesday in honor of Mr. Matting-ly'- s cust Hill, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. birthday. Roscoe Davis, Thursday and Friday. All persons having claims against o oo D. B. Phelps made a business trip the estate' of Mrs. Ethel O. Hills, as- GARFIELD D. H. Smith was in Louisville, last to Louisville, Thursday and Friday, signed, will present the same properly proven to the undersigned at his of- week. ooo Miss Elizabeth Skilltnan and sister, fice on or before December 1st. 1920. Mrs. Carlton Ater and baby and Miss Margaret Skilltnan and Mrs. Jesse R. Eskridge, Assignee, niece. Miss Bessie Lee Ater, of RayLeon McGavock spent Sunday in Hardinsburg, Ky. mond, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Compton. Mrs. Wamie Horsley and baby, were guests of friends at Bowling Fashion Decrees Black Shall Be Green, last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander and daughter. Miss Jacie. of Flamed, were The latest note from, Paris styles is that black is exguests of Mr. and Mrs H. B. Moorman, Saturday afternoon and attendtremely popular this fall and winter. Black hats in partied the Democratic lecture I received last week several new cular are the vogue. Mrs Ethel Carlton, of Louisville, is visiting her brother, B. H. Sprin-gatpatterns in black hats, large and small, made up in and Mrs. Springate. tyns, velvets, and smartly trimmed. Ask to see these new Mrs. Letha Dowell is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Payne, and Judge models. Payne, of Hardinsburg. Jim Nicholas and daughter, Eva Ky. Evelyn Hicks, Miss Dean, are in Louisville, visiting relaJ I WANTED Industrious lady or gentleman s agent wanted in Clocrport to handle W. J. Nail, father of Rev. E. C. products. Good are well known everywhere. Agents average $1 an hour. Write Nail, pastor of the Clovcrport Bap-- 1 The speaking at the school house for free catalog today. J. R. Watkins Co., tist church, and whose home is in ' was well attended Thursday night. S. T., Memphis, Tenn. moving. Mrs. Ted Plttmberton and children, WANTED At once. Timber cutter and tie Clinton, Ky., is the guest of his son, Mr. Robinson, of Mook, and Mrs. Nail. Mr. Nail celebrated his was theMercer of Everett and Rachel have gone to makers. Good prices. Write or call J. M. eightieth guest his sister one day birthday a few days ago, Ky. Rhodes, Webster, Chicago to join Mr. Pembcrton, where altho one wouldn't believe it, and he last week. they will make their home. WANTED Live foxes. Gabe Taul, HardinsAirs. Turner Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. was heard to remark jestingly that Mrs. Simon Beavin and son, Berburg, Ky. he is sometimes token to be Jiis son, Wavie Harper attended the meeting BRIEF LOCAL ITEMS would cast their ballots for the League of Nations. LOCUST HILL I tt 1 y Have Your Corset Made For You K ftarclcV B IUAMMTBO sssfi tS tTfttCTLV WHOM CUSTOM HADt TMHOUIHOUT lffiriPJ AtrfKjA 11 0M VSPv0 T. POLK KUVA SUB War-rento- n. JwKSJ, MRS. R. V Cloverport, Ky. the Rev. Nail. Mr. Nail expects to be at Zion, Sunday. here ten days or more. Mr. and Mrs. Vess Potts and family o were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Miss' Evelyn Hicks, milliner, sus- Wilson, Sunday. tained a fracture of her left arm near Mr. and Mrs. Turner Wilson had the shoulder, Thursday morning at for their dinner guests Sunday: Mr. her shop on Main street when a wood- - and Mrs. Ernest Davis and family, of en step gave away with her and she West View.; Miss Lcvie Thornhill, fell against the bannisters. Mr. and Mrs. Burk Carman and family o of Wood row. Mrs. Frank Nix and son, Milton, Mr. Gtts Brown, of Hardinsburg, spoke at a Democratic meeting held have returned home after being the guests of relatives in Grayhere Monday night in Weatherholt's week-ennew garage. There was a good crowd son county. out to hear him, and some of the politicians from Hardinsburg attended You Guard Against Burglars, But the meeting. What About Rats? d d I Worn Cloverport, K As a protection against adversity, as a preparation for opportunity, the Bank account ing friend you can have. is the only unfail- Whether you aim high or aim low in the scale of life you cannot reach your mark without savipg money. A savings account at this bank offers you safety, availability of your funds, a good return on your money, an increase-e- d likelihood of success. J 'i Elmer Hoffiotis who is employed in Rats steal millions of dollars' worth Owensboro, was here Friday evening of grain, chickens, eggs, etc Destroy to take the Ilrd degree in Masonry property and are a menace to health. conferred by the Cloverport chapter If you are troubled with rats, try of Masons. ARGENTINAS HAS It will surely kill them prevent odors. Cats or dogs won't Mrs. Frank C. English spoke in 1 touch it. BIG CATTLE FAIR Comes in cakes. Three terest of the Democratic party at sizes, Il.'ic, (i,jc, $t S3, Sold and guarSkilltnan on Saturday evening. Mrs. ' Payne & Co What is probably the world's most English made her talk so convincing anteed by Conrad Beard & Co., , Cloverport, and B. F. important exhibition of pure bred live she inspired two voters to sav thev stock began last week with the formal opening of Argentina's annual exposition at the Palermo grounds in Btic-nAires. The great scale on which this event is carried out is indicative Indiana Truck Chassis. EquipTruck Chassis. Modof the magnitude of the live stock el 1020. Indianatruck new ns received ped with Platform Body. 1918 model. This industry in the Rives Plate region. from factory. Will be sold at cost. Good condition. Prizes are offered for hundreds of Indiana Truck Chassis, Indiana Truck Chassis, varieties of animals, including practiHydraulic equipped with Wood's Hydraulic Wood's cally every breed known to the civi- equipped Entire- Hoists and with Body. Model 1918. Dump lized world. Fabulous prices will be Hoists and Steel Dump Body. paid for choice specimens brought ly rebuilt and overhauled. Model 1919. Good condition. from foreign countries, for money is Bargain. Federal Tractor (new), Indiana Truck Chassis. no object to the Argentine breeder Freuhouf Trailer. This who wishes to improve the quality of Equipped with combination body. Re- with new built throughout. Job in perfect mechanical condition his herd. This international show is held Indiana Truck Chassis. throughout. Painted ready for letterthe ntisnires of the Argentine Equipped with Standard Platform ing. The best bargain for anyone havRural Society, an organization which j Stake Body. 1920 model. Run only ing use for this capacity job in KenFactory guarantee. ueserves a large snare 01 tue cretin three months. tucky. for the present prosperous condition Less than cost. of the southern republic. Its activiThese trucks will go quickly. Our decision to move them at the prices ties are closely linked with the eco- offered Is jour opportunity. nomic development of the country Phone. Wire or Write. The history of the society dates back to the formative period following the Incorporated years of dicatorships and foreign wars that ensued after the winning of inLouisville tives, dependence from Spain. A small Miss Louise May spent the week- group of patriotic and far seeing men end with Iter parents, Mr, and Mrs. formed in 18GG an association which Will, May. of Webster. has grown into a society whose infitt-- 1 Miss Mary Vivian Simmons, of ence permeates every sphere of the Indianapolis, is visiting her grand- republic's social and economic life mother, Mrs. Mary Crist. Not only has it been responsible for, Mrs. J. W. Meador and Mrs. "Sug" the remarkable development of all Gray, of" Custer, were here Saturday branches of the live stock industry, enroute to Louisville, where they will but it has also been back of practi-- i visit Mr and Mrs. Wilton Pries. cally every movement for the betterJ. D. Moorman, of Akron, O., came ment of rural life. home Saturday for the election to t Live stock interests in the United COME TO THE GOLDEN RULE STORE vote for Cox. States have not in the past been fully Mr. Jim Kennedy received a tele- - awake to the advantages of active pargram last week of the death of his ticipation in Argentine's great fair. Very 'atest styles in Men's blue suits brother. Harry Kennedy, who died in British breeders have usually been Men's Fur Hats in with invisible stripes, Nebraska. well represented: in fact British insizes 36, 38, and 40 only. Conall the prevailing colors. fluence may be seen in the whole maservative style as good as any TRUTH OBSCURED chinery of the exposition. Now the TT,iit,fl tntc line nsimipfl n snerinl Boy's Tweed Alpine $25.00 suit on the market. (New York Times) live stock commissioner to Argentina.' DJLtlU Hats in greens and Buys young men's The Democrats have an issue on The 'results of these activities are (POP browns, new and nobby. whioh they .would carry the country, already apparent in .the space that is form fitting single of the truth about it could be made, given in this year's programme to or withLittle Boy's blue serge or double breastedr with blue known to every voter. The truth has American entries. The continuation caps for boys from 3 out belts, colors, brown, all and good work should do much to been obscured by enormous and dense of the mingled materials, and wool. clouds of misrepresentation. It is go- bring about still closer and mutually to 8 years. ing to take money to sweep them profitable relations between American PA to $27.50 Young away, to put a true understanding of breeders and the live stock interests (PO Opf Latest style wool hose DAUtlU men's and the League of Nations issue and of of Argentina. iDUmLiO lace effect to be worn mackinaws in theovercoatslatest very the other issues of the campaign into with slippers by the the hands of the voters. The Demostyles and all wool materials. LOUISVILLE STOCK MnKKtT ladies this winter. cratic Committee ought at once to Octiber 26th 1820 put into the field scores of speakers (Pry P AMen's all wool slipover Best hogs, 105 lbs. up $15.75; 120 of national reputation, men capable to 1G5 lbs. $15.25; pigs 130 lbs. down QQ, Ladies knitted skirts in D I sweaters, also coat of exposing the deliberate distortions $9.50; throwouts $0.50. all colors. Regular $1.00 sweaters in combinations. Colors of the issue by Republican speakers $12.50; medium to Best veals $12 values. and solid colors. Splendid values. and writers, men themselves clearly good $7 $5.50. .$9; common $4 understanding the League Covenant Best sheep $4.50; bucks $3 down; and able to make the voters under- best lambs $10; seconds $0 $7. stand it, not Hie false, misshapen Prime heavy steers $10.30 (t) $12; image presented to them by the Re- light steers $7.50 $8.50; fat heifers publicans, but the reality. Democrats $5.50 6$ $9; medium cows $1.75 fi) We have a complete line oF Ladies', Misses and Children's Coats, who cherish the traditions of their $0.50; feeders $7 in all the latest styles and materials. Give us a look before buying $10; choice milk party, who believe in it, who know cows $80 (a) $90; medium $00 $80; elsewhere. Prices are right. how flagrantly its leaders and its common $40 $00. policies have been misrepresented, THE STORE OF GOOD VALUES who know how great are its aims, ENLISTS IN ARMY, how necessary their accomplishment is to the neace of the world and the John W. Henry, age eighteen, of happiness of mankind, ought to be Mattingly, Ky., enlisted at the OwensCLOVERPORT, KY willing to give liberally of their means boro Army recruiting office as an seaman on Monday, of last to promote the triumph of Democracy week. He was sent to Gulf Port, Miss. at the polls. RAT-SNAP. - in-- Hard-insbur- cr os REAL TRUCK BARGAINS n im-d- tr e, , Kentucky Automotive Company First and Broadway, i IF YOU ARE HUNTING I GOOD VALUES Mftfl $14.98, ff tDt)UU (J- MOP I te 0J ATTENTION! LADIES PLEASE! a Ul l ) GOLDEN RULE STORE I ,w X i . t TMS MUKXBMtlDOl NKWt. CLOVBPORT. KBNTUCXY The Case of a Californlan Who Tried to Better His Digestion. self-impos- OCTOBER IT, 11 REP. BL AIMED FOR HIGH SUGAR PRICE u i I t Congressman Kinchcloe in a Speech at Spottsville Tells Why Sugar Soared to 30c a Pound. ? H ! i' bottles of Tanlac, it has restored me Ky.. Oct. Jl In Louisville. , u..n...... . ..... ., vk ,0 "caun, ami i speech made today before a large Hoyd It. Vo?tvhhiian,fs..S pounds r.nrr,.! ten Penc in weight," saidAKron, u, rrmvil of Henderson County voters.! - Whitman, 790 Sawyer St.. in Congressman David H. Kinchcl c ex- - tations bv C ,i? mes- r injector of the stcaui heating sys- - to Stanford University. i" returns at the Treasury today! At of the nlainrd limv the ,. - ..n... . r "" : !. i A' ml man hurt rr.nil. ne I thru ilirl n llli: ........ .:... ..I. ... ... ..v via rl jvii ivn irp mill Kill-- , ' lllll'II was responsible corporation, the Senate failed to pass ."" A."" " i.nrwlrirh Republican Congress number of authoritative volumes on sneni flip pnnrnimia mm n( rnn . for thirty cents sugar in this country tne aw extending the life of this UCA, ,, . feeling all the theory of fasting as ' for Had the Congress accepted Prcsi- - corporation until December 1, 1919, . , more and my whole a means forand sciencediseased or de- - ooo.odl) show.all taxable luxuries the relieving figures recommendation ti,c Republican House did not pass Wilson's dent ! .i nnMlnrf " ..w....v.w iliitiiliitn hanuels. " '" ltn s- -' 'we r1lf nt inriirnlml ..,B,.,. cnth day of his While American women were pay- nrnnmilv srnrar would have sold as . lln,il rWiMiihtr if! 1010. ami t ie worse un nc twen order, aatiie longer i went inB their "beauty bill" the men were i ,m,.,i.n. m i cheaply as it did a year before, and '. """.mi ' " lip rnnfimipil. "Xlv nnnctitp fnJ.' nlthnlicTli lip hari lost very ap - burning $1,310,000,000 in cigars and woum nav c bill which threw it. into conference. , ,...... i.:.' almost a hiliion dollars i.... in "........ i. walked nearly cicrarettes. Of this Ssnnnnnnnn wmi ,... . naun f wciuui, nc iui :, , .f ... . been .avcd American purchasers, I,, i .iin riiiiirrciiiri? rumiri w.i mil .lfitjiii- - wasso poor l year, i caicu., ,i uuu my iirctiaijij- ., .... tnrce nines aim ca rricd some market for piV.irptfPQ ami amioucn in a part Congressman .Kindicloc explain . en uiun v. kaat.t 'aiu nay 01 ueccniocr breakfast inc inninlnHn nlmiii 4l..A.a. fl '"' .!f If If (mnion dollars was spent tor w,,c BUU,U. la , n naavnll '""" f '" niiKMlannMA a ",a" ' nana !... !.. - ..,.. i..i( .,. pi! flip citttation as follows: """ l.u.1, and the bill did not become a , . ,,.;.l, n ic -- ir, ,..,rlf I nturnva nniitwta- - id cmv i in .a""" y101 rnnm : i.. uui iiiai is oniy nan inc a "j" j" " Control Act avv Ullt;j December 31, 1919, "The Lever .'"?"" brought all or most of it back home a day or two before the fiftieth day, mount used to purchase candy. The which was nasscd bv a Democratic Manv wcek-- before that all of th in the afternoon. Even when I did and only then had he taken to his Congress during the war under which Cuban" sugar crop had been sold to ..innnrrp In pn I n liltlp cmuptMltlcr it MPrl Itl rnlimnnv Willi n nrnlpcenr nt advent of f prohibition boosted Atncri- r nnn . - Mn' 3 1.:it iui aun in.n ; uu ,miu,uuu,uuu. 1 the sugar corporation operated, con- - 0"e and and other conntrcs and there "li T clicmistry in Sanford University, at For phonographs urniKspianos $3.50,-len,0.at "V cil,,,scd VY5. cxis- and a provision ending the to the til I the act was of This that tunc Mayor of the city of Palo 000000 was paid out and for of tie corporation when the Rc,.ublican 1C coud hardly breathe afterwards. I A er ca, , eople If to. I spent about an hour conversing mobiles $3,000,000,000. !'! misc.ry f,?r''0"rs Co ngr.ss had Pa!"li..,''c.a1". ,""'"-was sinned TInrtp could Ket but little sleep, and always with the faster and could not, help but .. For mini ' ,. rr'r....V-..- . V ."'. .. :r.""r-- i Rot up feeling tired and wornout as marvel at the clarity and quick com - Sam classifies chewing gum as a lux"This snear corporation b w,,cn l Prehension ofliis mind and his instan- - ury. and for wfJu to ",C(I the Cuban sucar crop of 1918 which message, the suKar corporation would irag myseii aroumi ai J..J"SL ,,iad..!t cons torrecuun 01 any iesi error 1 000 was snent.this confection $30,000,my worK, uiu His The sold to American people at U have immediately bought the Cuban it was only by using great win pow- - introduced in referring to earlier in- - close how much of fimires fa fn on was it was parked Sugar crop at the same price it paid cr managed the backs of theatre scats. for it in 1'JIS, and therefore the all. 1 Finally, I 10 stay on me jou ai icrvicws. me He told got so bad oft that that after the initial pcr- Here are a few of the other items American people would have purchas- often while at w'ork I would get weak iod between the third and sixth day on the nation's luxury bill: ed sugar as cheaply in l'.)30 as they and nervous all of a sudden, become he had had no craving whatever for Joy riding, pleasure resorts and did in 101'J." stacKcrv and iust have to stop and food. He was waitintr foi1 the arrival races, $3,000,000,000; luxurious foods, rest awhile before I could go on again of that almost uncontrollable desire $.'1,000,000,000 luxurious services NOTED APPLE GROWER In fact, I was in such a bad fix I was for food which the authorities had VICTIM OF TUBERCULOSIS just about ready fo give up and go to written always is the notice that the .$.1,000,000,000; toilet soaps $400,000. 000; chewing tobacco and snuff, bed when lanlac came to my rescue. fast purpose has been accomplished $800,000,000; ice cream, $230,000,000, Aches, pains, nervousness, diffHenderson, Ky, Oct 21. George T. - ' and nature is ready to resume all her and cake and confections, $n.i0,000,000. "The boys atthe plant saw the con iculty in urinating, often mean Ualwin. 80 years old died of tubercu- dition I was in. and as several of digestive functions in perfect condi- losis last night at his home near them had taken Tanlac with remark- - tion. He did have a slight desire for serious disorders. The world's day, but ignored GLEN DEAN standard remedy for kidney, liver, Cairo, this county Ior several years- al)ie rcSults. they advised me to try it. food the thirty-firhe managed the fruit dipslay of Hen- WciI( siri Many gathered here to hear the commenced getting bet-- . it as not sufficient urgent, bladder and uric acid troubles derson county at the State Iair and ter rignt away aml llow ,n. improve-- 1 Uy the sixty-fift- h day of his fast he Democratic platform discussed last won more blue ribbons than any ments has been so great that all the had become so extremely skeleton-othSaturday afternoon. county. He rasa noted apple tjOVS ; ny department at the Good-- . like and so weak physically that Jess Woward, Jr., introduced the ......' .vllo felt i:j.e Masons will have charge of r;ch tlcv needed sicians and clercvmen ureed his wife speaker, Jesse Eskridge, of Hardinshis funeral. a little Duiiding up nave taKen lan-la- to have him break his fast. This he burg. mKWE. L. Robertson spent the first of and it has helped them so much, did, with the approved initial nourish BELIEF IMPLICIT too, that about all we talk about out- ment of half a tcaspoonful of orange the week in Louisville, on business. H.Vii'UiH Rev. Roe preached an able sermon side of our work, is Tanlac. Whv. I juice diluted with a like quantity of twine quick relief and often ward off "I find the professor's statistics fecj at ieas twenty years youiiEer. water and sipped slowly, lie repeated here last Sunday. on "The Heavens daadly diseases. Known as the national stupid " and am in such good shape it is hard this small amount of nourishment Dechre the Glory of God." remedy of Holland for more than 200 "I don't. He told me there were sixThe Baptist ladies aid will serve years. All druggists, in three sizes. teen hundred million people in the for me to realize I ever had anything about six hours later. Next day he dinner here next Tuesday, Nov, 'Jnd, far tha nun Gold Medal on Try box world, and that I was the prettiest girl wrong with me. I have regained my died. strength so that my work is actualThe only nourishment he took prior on election day. and accept no imitation in the lot." Chrisiania 'Korsacm. Mrs. Sue Mercer and Miss tucy ly a pleasure, and I have such a good to the tcaspoonful of orange juice appetite my wife jokingly says I am was pure water, and of that he drank Hunter went home with Mrs. E. H. about to eat us out of house and regularly several times each day." Moore, last Sunday for a few days. home. I think Tanlac is the grandest Even up to the sixtieth day his mind medicine in the world and I am al- was remarkable clarified, his thoughts HAMMER PIECES OF IRON Our Business to Manufacture fluid, and he was never other than ways recommending it to others." INTO ARTIFICIAL ROSE ai,tl IlrI,erl' F,t asssaiCV Tanlac is sold in Clovcrport at keenly normal of brain, without coma Working during his leisure hours Wedding's Drug Store, in Kirk by or unconsciousness. Mattingly Bros., in Addison by L. D. It is possible for a man to fast for with just a hammer and a few other simple tools, a workman in a steel AND BsBsfssaffaal Addison, in Amnions by Win. H. sixty days and perhaps longer. Archie Rice. plant at Moline, 111., completed reDutschke, and in Stephensport by R. New York, Sept. 21. cently a beautiful job of iron forging. A. Shclman. Advertisement. It takes thc form of an American nnd "The Best You Can Get Are fcwNfffaUftJ SAMPLE Beauty rose, complete with individNEARLY 2,000 TONS OF TOnIThc Safe Kind To Wear" Mrs. Kate Cunningham visited her ual petals, long stem and leaves. MATO SEEDS WASTED. niece, Mrs. Olive Shcllman, last From Popular Mechanics Magazine for November. From 1,000 to 2,000 tons of tomato Thursday. seeds go to waste each year in the Mrs. W. H. Jolly spent last week big pulping plants east of the Miss- with "her daughter. Mrs. Lee Hicker- SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS issippi River Investigations by thc son, and Mr. Ilickerson United States Department of Agri- Grandma Allen died Friday night culture indicate that they cen be pro-- l of hea-- t trouble She was taken to fitably recovered and converted into Brandenburg for burial. an edible oil and a press cake or Mrs. Malissia Gibson spent Sunmeal for stock feed, with a gross re- - day with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jolly urn off more than $S.",000 and a net and family. f about b:i."i,00. l'lants would operate Miss Ruby Beauchamp spent Sun two mouths a year on tomato seeds day afternoon with Miss Jessie Jolly and might be used for grape and .Miller pumpkin seeds in addition, reducing Miss Hawkins from Texas was the the overhead. guest of her aunt, Mrs. Clovis Walls, GOOD and Mr. Walls. She then accompanied JBJBSBjBHBaaaVJBeajBBjBSBjBjBjBjBeaae C. L. Walls to Louisville to visit her TRADE. cousins, Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. self-imposdillv-dallvill- K --- and 12 cents per pound. The president in a message to the1 Republican Congress on the 8th of August 1019, called attention to the fact that the sugar sorporation had ceased to function and urged this Republican Congress to pass an act immediately extending the powers of this sugar corporation. Hearings were conducted before a committee of the Senate having charge of this legislation and members of the original sugar cor poration appeared i before i this com : - WITHOUT ANEQUAL FASTING NINE WEEKS. COSTS MONEY TO WESTERN KENTUCKY COAL , DROPS FROM f TO tf. Quotations for Western Kentucky f STATES INSPECTOR, Tanlac Built Him Up So Wonderfully His Friends Are Now Taking It. 1..... f.a II 111 I.. ; mi on en i nave oniy lateen iuui - i K L nVV '""" i." :1'IlIS, i. i.-- .i - T 1 1 JnSr. --" S 4 coal carload lots in Louisville WedTo The Sun and New York Herald: nesday, savs the Owcnsboro Mcssen- J MacSwiney's fast in a Loudon jail, now continued forty American Women Spend Near- - ger, were off about a dollar on the days, even if it is a bona fide abstinton was uocai ly a Billion on Cosmetics. tors it who learned ncre. shipping operatheir ence from any sort of nourishment, have been Men Spend it in Smokes. is not unprecedented for duration. coal for ?(1 a ton at the mine were ofIn 1914 I witnessed and wrote up fered only $5 a ton. Local cleans who for the San Francisco Chronicle a Washington, October 21. The were in communication with railroad fast by. a tailor, aged 0 women of the United States paid operators in Muhlenberg and other counties south of Owcnsboro stated hwciihik a icw .hocks iron wncrc 1 i $,.,o,onu,coo tor rouge, was living in the town o Falo Alfo.l dcr and perfume during 1910, accord' that no reduction was given at the uu.. the college community adjacent mg to a compilation of tax mine. The market was admitted to be a BEBEAUTIFUL -- I " .,, I w ..-- - w a a 71 I I IT III - - UI I I run-dow- n . in. ,jj. '""".".'"'.""."" ... .::.:',"'? s -- " .... T ---,, 'La. )a" "" . . y-s- , a dealer here to inquire if he wanted any coal. Tiis is the first time any of the railroad operators have sought local business in mouths, This operator was not after it, howdver, to the extent of cutting prices as he asked $7.30 a ton. draggy, however. One operator called - - - - - 1 ,.-- .." f '"'",b "- m .1 ",""": ;' jttu, -- DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of Breckinridge County -- ce ce auto-armisti- t. mv-trrin- ua rnn - . Planters Hall Stock Farm Olen Dean, Ky. SLOW DEATH COLD MEDAL - Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Haap-hir-e Sheep. Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Faira la Fast Five Yean , Valley Home Stock Farm W. J. OWEN ft SONS, Propletora ( Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 st Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle er phy-grow- THE HOWARD J. M. HOWARD FARMS c, ft SON, Prop. til Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Sultan, son of White-hal- l Sultan, heads the herd. Duroc Hogs, Sprague Defender heads the herd. . Breeders of 2nd. prize Polled Shorthorn Heifer (Senior yearling class) Chicago, 1010. Inter-Nation- 1 if' Glen Dean, :- -: :- -: Ky. RSepJ sfWUll H Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealers in BSctw HlV'vA'C eyeglasses - Bfll LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO lllSffSN B SPECTACLES bVVDhN WSSSj fijf ik HH Ml H C. V High-Cla- ss Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealerjn Robertson Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. It will pay you to visit my Stables M ! BLACKSMITH WANTED! SHOP WITH GOOD APPLY TO Falls of Rough, Kentucky sbbHiSIIv It's a cinch to figure why Camels sell! sssai -- JliliflK HH Jbbbf SBW f 3 aT BBSaST JBsbbBsbbW. tinBBBBBBBa, BsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbL H. H 'BsBBBBBBaaBBBBBBBBBBBBf''B9'BBBIBBP' , N" is , I ;i V V i r .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbL. - H jikSBWBfVBBBBV H www m mmm w I s Friday and complimented the school on its good attendance, Mr. and Mrs. Jolly were in Stephensport, Saturday and attended the speaking. Mr. Jesse Miller was in Stephens-porSaturday. Miss Katherine Brumfield was the guest of Miss Mary Juda Miller, Sunt. Miller. A crowd from Hardinsburg camped out at the falls, Saturday nigh.t Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen came Saturday night on 145 to attend the funeral of his mother. Mrs. Henry Harris and her mother, Mrs. Wartrip. attended the funeral of Mrs. Allen, Sunday. The truant officer visited the school Lucy Jolly is visiting Mrs. Byron Beauchamp, of Louisville. Mrs. Hugh Frimire and Mrs. Mary Haynes, of Oklahoma City, Okla , were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Jesse Pierce. Miss GREEN BROTHERS, DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: ? m. to ISM. 4 p. tn. to a p. m. Always In office during ofllce bourn Inrlngton, Ky. day. Mrs. Frank White was in Clover-por- t, done. Saturday haying dental work Mr. and Mrs. Dowell were the Sunday guests of their son, Ransom Dowell, and their daughter, Mrs. Tate. NEW FALL GOODS AT PRICES EXCEPTIONALLY LOW See my line of autumn and winter millinery. You'll find the latest styles, reasonable prices, and it will pay you to look at them before going elsewhere. SOME SALT You should know why Camels are so unusual, so refreshing, so satisfying. First, quality second, Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which you'll certainly prefer to either kind smoked straight ! Camels blend makes possible that wonderful mellow mildness yet all the desirable body is there I And, Camels never tire your taste 1 The volume of the salt in the ocean acording to the United States Geological Survey is enough to cover the entire surface of the United Stales to a depth of 8.500 feet. PERMANENT DENTIST LOOK AT THESE PRICES: Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. GUARD YOUR LUNGS WITH it ft V ft. You'll appreciate Camels freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor 1 LUNGARDIA LUNOARDIA openi the reaplra. tory organi, removes the thick mattes of tpu'lum, heali the Irritation, illtpcU the cough and cold. Uiiiurpaited In tpatmodic Croup, Hroncliitli, difficult breathing, and tucli kindred dlteatet. Thousands attest to its great virtue. If LUNOARDIA falls your money returned. Trice, 00c and $1.'J0 per bottle. Manufactured by LUNOARIDA CO., Dallas, Texas FOR SALE BY WEDDINO'S DRUO STORE Clovcrport, Ky , Red Diamond, Overalls $2.75 Best Ou,ting Flannel 35c - - - - 30c Dress Gingham, regular 45c now - 25c Apron Gingham 20c and T Shirting Cotton regular 25c 15c Best grade L. L. unbleached cotton 20c and 25c Men's Women's and Children's Sweaters $1.50 to $7.00 --- --- ---- All-Wo- ol For your own satisfaction compare Camels puff by puff with any cigarette in the world at any price ! carton. (an pactatfea 300 caraMaa) in ntti orWe tirongly recommend tkia cartoa ( Beautiful line of fall shoes at the reduction rice of 15c on the ' dollar. My prices on shoes can't be beat. t Call and get my prices. We always give good weight and honest count. Your patronage is highly appreciated. Best market prices paid for all produce and poultry. Camee arm mold unrywhmrm in meivttlteUy aaaJarf pacaagaa oflO cia aupplr or whan joa Irani K J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, tar tarn noma or ojfea N. C. WitutM-SaJ- R. W. JONES, den Dean, Ky. OCTOBER 27, 1M0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORTt KENTUCKY PAGE SEVEN GYPSY SMITH . FAVORS LEAGUE It's Existence is Justified if it Prevents One War, He bays. England Wants League Louisville. Ky Oct. 20. A pro found impression was created in Louisville when Gypsy Smith, the famous Enclisli Evangelist, who is conducting a revival here declared in favor of the League ot Nations. "If the League of Nations" lie said "orevents one war it proves its right to existence. No man can be a follower of Jesus Christ and not be a lover of peace and a propagandist for peace. He was the I'rincc ot i'cacc, ' . Autumn Millinery the author of peace and the bringer of peace, and just in proportion as we arc faithful to Him and the great principles for which He died we shall do all in our power to promote the peace of the wrold. "Any association or league which helps to bring about the harmony and the brotherhood of nations is in line with the Divine will. And somewhere hack of my mind and deeply rooted in my heart is the feeling that the Divine Father is looking to the great g races America and England to bring the reign of universal peace. "What an ideal for lis to strive aftcrl Along that road lies peace to the world, glory to God and good will among men." Mr. Smith who has recently arrived from England says that the English people want the League of Nations, but that they want it with guarantees, because a country with seven hundred thousand deaths and three niillion casualties in the last great war, docs not want to attach its signature to a scrap of paper. The English people know that little can be accomplished through the League as long as the greatest English speaking country in the world is not a member. English-speakin- CLAIMS ALLOWED BY BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FISCAL COURT LETTERS WE APPRECIATE TWO IRVINGTON BOYS To The Breckenridge News: We will drop a few lines to your paper and if youhavc space use it. Wc arc in the beautiful state of sunshine, flowers and honey, and dry as the Sahara Desert. California has been on the boom for the last three years. Good crops and high prices. This is one of the prettiest places on earth, but still we have lots of thoughts of our dear .old Kentucky state with its nice blue grass, fine horses, pretty women, and with lots of good whiskey. That is somtching you don't get here. Enclosed you will fine $2.00 for The Breckenridge News. We do not know the price of it, so you can send it and if that is not enough for a year we will send more when that is up. We ! APRIL TERM, 1920 W. W. Kinchcloe, Freight for hauling lumber for jail. Tlios B. Eskridgc, Interest on county bond A. R. Kinchcloe, County Varranf B. F. Heard & Co., Locks for ballot boxes. Harried Auto Co , Work on Engineer Auto . P. M. Tucker & Co., tire and tube Hardinsbburg Light Co., Lights for August Herbert Hall, Expense bringing truck from Jeffersonville-Cumberlan- d Tel. Co., Message to Frankfort W. W. Kinchcloe, freight on shingles for jail Record Press, 500 envelopes and letter heads. Harold Parks, Interest on bonds No. 7 and 8 T. D. Shccran, damages on making change in road. B. K. Elliott, Engineers instruments Robert Ryan, stove polish, setting up and polishing stove. Hardinsburg Light Co., lights for September Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co., Coal for county. Dr. J. S. Shoemaker, Vital Statistics Hardinsburg Light Co., lights for October J. T. Williams, painting signs for road engineer. Henderson Outline, repairing county pump. Billy Gray, cleaning office or road engineer and tax Com.. Hardinsburg Light Co., lights for November Cumberland Tel. Co , Message for county Taylor Meador, two days work on road. Billy Gray, keeping Engineers and Ansscssors office, December. Hardinsburg Pharmacy, typewriter paper Engineer office Hardinsburg Light Co., Lights for December Dr.. Armes & Amies, (Leitchfield) Vital Statistics Billy Gray keeping Engineer and Assessors office, January- Hardinsburg Light Co., lights for January. Post Master, John O'Reilly, Postage for Engineer- Cumberland Tel & Tel Co., message to Frankfort. Hardinsburg Light Co., lights for Febrcary 1920. James T. Mitcham, Vital Statistics Dr. J. E. Matthews, Vital Statistics Dr. S. E. Stanley, Vital Statistics Mamie Lewis, Vital Statistics Dr. O. E. Ferguson, Vital Statistics. Dr. J. A. Sandbach, Vital Statistics R. A. Shellman, Vital Statistics Mrs. J. G. Hale, Vital Statistics Dr. J. B. Allen, Vital Statistics Billy Gray, Vital Statistics E. J. McCarty, Vital Statistics Dr. T. S. Greene, Vital Statistics Dr. J. G. Hale, Vital Statistics Dr. D. S. Sphire, Vital Statistics Dr. B. H. Parrish, Vital Statistics J. C. Nolte, Vital Statistics Hollis Drane, Vital Statistics Malinda Beavin, Vital Statistics J. W. Sarver, Vital Statistics C. R. Lightfoot, Vital Statistics Dr. William L. Milner, Vital Statistics. Clint Lyons, Vital Statistics Dr. F. L. Lightfoot, Vital Statistics Nealie Tindall, Vital Statistics Dr. R. W. Meador, Vital Statistics-P- ost Master, Hardinsburg postage Dr. D. H. Godsey, Vital Statistics Dr. J. L, Denton, Vital Statistics A. O. Marshall, Vital Statistics Dr. J. E. Kincheloe. Vital Statistics- W. B. Lennon, Vital Statistics Dr. T. J. Hendrick, Vital Statistics. Fred Frank, Vital Statistics Dr. J. T. Milner, Vital Statistics Dr. C. DeWeese, Vital Statistics Dr. A. M. Kincheloe, Vital Statistics. J. D. Cunningham, Vital Statistics Dr. S. P. Parks, Vital Statistics Lee Stewart, Vital Statistics. John Bloomer, Expenses to Frankfort to bring truck- Post Master, Hardinsburg. postage. Dr. J. W. Meador, Vital Statistics. Record Press, 2,000 letter heads, blanks 200 Ctr.. J. H. Comer, Vital Statistics. Kincheloe's Pharmacy, Blocks for indigents Mary J. Coomes, Erroneous taxes for 1918 Hubert Dejarnette, Election officer November' 18th, 1918. Amos Sipes, Election officer Nov. 18th, 1918 18th, 1918 Gilbert Kasey Election officer,-Nov- . Guy Springate Election officer, Nov. 18th, 1918 Jess Robinson, Election officer Nov. 18th, 1918 R. G. Gardner, House for election Nov. 18th, 1918. W. W. Keith, House for election Nov. 18th, 1918. J. B. Carman, Election Commissioner 4 days J. B. Carman Claim B F. Beard & Co., Supplies for court house : B. F. Beard & Co., Supplies for jail Charles Stilwell, Erroneous Assessment-Gilbe- rt Kasey, Officer August Primary-AmSipes Officer August Primary Jess Robinson, Officer August Primary-Wa- de Pile, Officer" August Primary J. L. Lucas, Officer August Primary W. W. Keith, Election Officer Amos Sipes, Officer road election Gilbert Kasey, Officer road election. Wade Pile, Officer road election W. W. Keith, Officer road election. Lee Bishop, Claim. J. R. Meador, Salary as Supt. School for July. N. H. Loy, Salary as County Agent Taylor Meador, Material and labor on cistern. J. R. Meador, Salary a9 Supt. Schools for May- Paul Compton, Salary as county treasurer, April to August 1018. J. R. Meador, Making Sheriff's settlement 1918 Dr. D. B. Parrish, Salary as Health Officer W. S. Ball, Salary as county attorney for May 1018- Standard Printing Co., Printing- S. B. Payne, Salary as county Judge for Jun 1918-- J, W. Harth, salary as county agent, Aug. 1018 Frank DeHaven,8 days, 7hrs. work at jail W. S. Ball, Salary as County Attorney- R. R. Compton Insurance on Poor House dwelling R, M. Basham, 4, days and Ex. as Com. on boundary, Mrs. Mollie Dejarnette, board for workmen, jail, Win, Overby-WilliaOverby, workman at jail J no. Moorman, Janitor at court house Germo Mfg. Co., Oil & Disinfectant. J. H. Crume, Treas. Farmers Chatauqua fop Ex VV. S. Ball, Salary as county attorney for August-S. Ball, salary as county attorney for July os to The Breckenridge News We can't get along without the News as it is hke a letter from home Illinois is a fine place to live, but deaf old Breckinridge county for us With best wishes for the News and it's many readers. We remain, yours truly, Mr. and Mrs. R S. Pate, Uoody, III. 7.83 SO THURSDAY, WARMEST DAY IN OCT. FOR 46 YEARS. Thursday is said to have been the warmest day recorded in October in forty-si- x years according to the Weather Bureau officials of Louisville. In the afternoon of that day the registered 84 degrees The standing record for the date was eclipsed by two degrees. Specializing In Trial Practice 00 480.22 2.70 9.40 18.73 0 30 29.39 1.15 1.92 there-momc- tcr MURRAY HAYES LAWYER n 5.25 50.00 37.50 12.10 1606-7-- S Building LOUISVILLE More like the home news. As we have been here fourteen years I think we will 1.70 pay you a visit soon . Milton Hardaway and E. C. Jordan G.50 Than 20 Years Experience 39.90 1.73 C.50 "I Wouldn't Go Camping Without Rat-Snap," formrly of Irvington. Present address: 1911 North Main St, Los Angeles, California. Dr. O. E. HART Says Ray White. This year, I again have on display at my residence, a very . select line of ladies' and children's hats in the prevailing styles of the season. Your patronage will be appreciated. "Wife and I spent our vacation camping last summer, smell of cooking brought rats We went to town, got some broke up cakes, nut it outside our tent. We got the rats alright big fellows." Farmers, storekeepers, housewives, should Three sizes, .13c, use G5c, 1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Omiad Payne & Co., Cloverport, and B " Hoard & Co., Haruinsburg. RAT-bNA- J, RAT-SNAP- ." RIDDING THE COCKLEBUR Mrs. A. B. Cashman Stephensport, Ky. In eradicating the cocklebur, re member that it carries a double-ba- r rcled gun. Every bur earned two seeds only one of wh:cn 'sprouts Mic first year. Even when the produ:t of that seed has been killed the other will be in shape to make trouble the next season. The united States Department of Agriculture has a circular Cn the cocklebur how to get rid of it. . OCTOBER BARGAIN RATES FOR The Breckenridge News Weekly, One Year, Regular price! -- $2.00 Your home newspaper and The Evansville Courier Daily, One Year by Mail Regular price - - - - $6.00 The great daily newspaper 1.30 2.00 G50 1.30 5.00 2 00 2.00 6 50 .50 2 00 0 50 1.00 .83 GS0 23.00 19.25 3.00 .25 11.50 13.73 10.57 1000 4.50 2.00 .75 2.30 10.75 0 50 10.25 25 00 10.50 .75 1G.50 MR. AND MRS. R. S. PATE Mr. J D Babbage: Enclosed money 5.00 order for $2 to renew our subscription VETERINARY SURGEON Will be in HARDINSBURG, KY., on the FOURTH MONDAY IN OCT. 4 ERNEST DENHAM LICENSED AUCTIONEER Will cry all sales at a reasonable Fee Write or phone me at Hardinsburg, Ky. If You Are Looking For 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 Both for $6.25 This Rate Only During October Send your subscription and your name either to the Breckenridge News.or to The Evansville Courier. Brighten the long dark, winter days by the weekly visit of The Breckenridge News and the daily visit of The Courier. If Sunday Courier is desired add $2.50. . If The Courier is to be sent to points outside the first and second zones or more than 150 miles from Evansville add $1.00 PLEASE TELL YOUR NEIGHBOR OR FRIEND OF THIS LIBERAL OFFER 5.00 3 50 7.75 6 00 1.73 2.25 1.00 1.00 5 23 12.75 31.50 55.00 7.75 8.75 1.25 .50 6.25 9.25 8.50 8.00 17 5G HERCULES 5 PASSENGER Touring PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER ALLEN 5 PASSENGER FORD 5 PASSENGER DODGE ONE FORD TRUCK 1 FORDSON TRACTOR, with plows and disc ONE DELKER BUGGY, brand new, less 1916 1918 1919 1918 1918 1919 5 than cost. CASINGS, $15.00 AND UP INNER TUBES, $2.00 AND UP IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN COME TO SEE US LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY LEWISPORT. KY. i..-.a-.,;:.vof':-- ,. kf.Aav.'asA?w-,t'.hi',''i''v'fJ'J-I- l j5?5RI Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and Dyeing Old clothes made to look good as new with the Hoffman Sanitary Steam Presser. One of the latest and most machines on the up-to-date market. 2.00 9.30 18.25 13.75 1.45 3 90 2.00 4.30 2.00 4.30 2.00 3.00 2.00 8.00 255 30 82.21 24.24 fVgev WMRMI1U s&J JomVmRlkBM or the IN Thi Waoon is maoc -- um ShvbtraM aii. Mt (IMS fun But Matmuu. and Wmkmansmp WAOON COMTBUCTION. fallaa aa Kuk Mkaonr mcseryi Ir7lSs."SS I l paMDlWMl !nr AIWi Ua WACOM Wm . Oat Oak afS?41 iM lUIAiU.. ian t at M Th ;iKI1 ,UfiO i. Ihr.lt-,-Ha.1 ll H.-iifmfu4 INaaa kii-m- n I J I I I I !! Gt J Will aaaaUaa. m m JUAUrtT- -. f i.tii)lt t, m I. I IUI !; 1.WW N- w- O WltA aW I! aaVBOa Maaaknai . tmt mMtl - i SarVlce. Quality JOHN tw!Zm-y&-ZZ j JjgjJMe1OjJllgtj1jtaA. Fyvyjiija. mxrfv-jfri-rf;- DeS IttfON WOBCJI ,'' John Deere I aPvV'h. M ri F 5.(0 4T.0 4.30 4.G0 J. B. Rhodes Recreation Room HARDINSBURG, KY. This Wagon Guarantee is on the front end-gaof the John Deere te We guarantee our work to be satisfactory in every particular. Orders by Parcel' Post shall 'have our prompt attention. Send us a trial order. 3.00 4.30 2.00 2.00 2.0.0 Wagon. J. JJ. RHODES Hardinsburg, Ky. 3.00 2.00 7.50 100.00 75.00 7.15 100.1)0 It tells you that the John Deere Wagon has what you know is the The big point for you to consider is that you know before you buy that these necessary qualities are in the John Deere Wagon. The guarahteemakes that as plain as day. Read the guarantee over carefully. And then, the first time you are in town, come to our store and let us show you the Deere Wagon the wagon with the guarantee on the front endgate. 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. 95.77 75.00 7500 75.00 71.83 100.00 7500 38.80 best material and workmanship. In the wagonyoubuy you need the qualities sets forth. You can't get a real wagon bargain without them. They that this guarantee service and length of assure the kind of 73.00 15.00 24.33 18.20 30.00 21.00 46.81 50.00 75.00 75.00 service that makes wagon use pay most .va m Fordsville Planing Mill Co. JAKE WILSON, aUnigff Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co. Fordsville, 111 Kentucky HH HtrMutorg, Kentucky (Continued next week) PAGE EIGHT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY OCTOBER T, 1 ASSIGNEE'S SALE! As Assignee of Mrs. Ethel 0. Hills, I am offering for sale her entire stock of goods, consisting of Millinery and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, which is well selected, will be sold at cost price. Come at once if you want a chance at these goods. Efficient and accommodating clerks will be pleased to wait on you. JESSE R. ESKRIDGE, Assignee BOLT TO COX FORMS LANDSLIDE Kentucky Republican Ranks Deserted Daily by Citizens Who See the Light. Louisville, Ky., Oct. 25. 1 he swing of the Republicans in Louisville and the State of Kentucky, who cannot abide by the wiggle and wobble of Senator Harding on such a vital moral question as the League of Nations, has assumed the proportions of a landslide. Each day dozens of inde- pendent thinking, forward looking citizens announce that they cannot support the Republican ticket 3ny longer. . The majority of them are swayed in this action by the belief that the only hope of the League of Nations is through the Democratic party. Here are a few prominent Republicans who have recently announced their intention of voting for Cox: Theodore B. Blakey, Beattyville, unformer assistant attorney-Generder a Republican Governor, Augusta Wilson, and brother of Clayton B. Blakey, former Republican City Attorney of Louisville. al ing Elizabethtown, and formerly a citizen of Louisville. Samuel McDowell Anderson, form er Republican alderman of Louisville. Geo. K. Washiiurne, me long Republican of Louisville. Harry B. Driver, a Republican organization worker. Charles u lachau, winner 01 v.on- - item. gressional citation in the war of In- ' Rev Geo. H. Given, who is visit- Less than half a century ago almost every American community west of the Mississippi was protected HANCOCK CO. DRAIN against Indian by fort or luck! AGE COSTS $37,942 Buyers of Army Supplies Dis- siucKauc. aiosi raidsincsc astructures oi When Your Blood Is Rich and Just steady and earnest and full have not fallen into dust, declares of pluck. Red People Notice Your cover Cases Full of Baby Popular Mechanics Magazine in an 4,997 Acres Farm Land Improved When asked a question he docs illustrated article for November. In Says Census Report. Good Health. not "guess" Clothing. southern Utah, however, is a stone He knows and answers "No or of graft, structure, known as "Cove Fort," Astounding revolutions "Yes;" The Director of the Census anPEPTO-MANGAnounces, subject to correction, the mounting Into millions of dollars', In which was built in 1807 at the time of When set a task 'that the rest War. yet following preliminary figures orcan't do, BUILDS HEALTH ganized drainage enterprises inforHan- "iiipplh's shlprHMl to Mhe American the Blackhawk-Mormo- n of perfect preser-is He buckles down till he's put it fnrp overseas during the wnr have today in a state vation It is now used, in fact, as a through. cock county, Kentucky: been mnile In taking nn Inventory Three things he learned that Pale Face, Dull Eyes, DroopDec. 31,4919. Jut poods bought by the French from ranch house and hotel. Item on j the man who tries ing Shoulders, Result From Total area in organized drain--United States. favor in his employer's age enterprises acres Finds u,asi tie full mile of nie marked "nettles "How I cleared the Mill of Rats," By A - - 4,997 eyes; Clogged Blood. Improved farm land acres J. Tucker, R. I. of Ink" or "canned foodV were found That it pays to know more than Timbered and cut over land to be enmouflnged. only the top laver "As night watchman believe I have one thing well; L',257 acres If your blood is in bad shape it 4,027 of eneli containing cans of food or seen more rats than any man. Dogs And it doesn't pay all he knows shows up in your looks and feeling. Other unimproved land acres to tell. bottles of Ink. The rst of the cans wouldn't dare go near them. Got When your blood is rich with red cor-- 1 ' lotal land -area of county --- - 123,520 or bottles were empty. So he works and works; till one $1.25 pkg. of acres inside of puscles your color is better your fine day lips are red, eyes open and bright; Area of county in drainage en More than no.000 eae of baby un- 0 weeks cleared them all out. Killed higher There's a better job with terprises 9.0 per cent. your good feeling shows in your derwear, hahy sock" and hany bonnets them by the score every night. Guess pay, ' Swampy or wet or subject to . actions. were found, and the French are won- the rest were scared away. I'll never And the men who shirked whenbe without sizes Common sense will tell you that if, overflow, in organized draindering whnt the Americans Intended 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and Three age enterprises acres - - - 8,686 ever they could guaranteed weak, thin .blood makes you look life these for. Hundreds of thousands of by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, Are bossed by the man whose less, it lowers your vitality. It your Cost of organized drainage en pairs of "woolen" underclothes were and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. work made good. terpriscs, total $37,942 vitality is low you have little power to found to be cotton of the poorest For the man who wins is the resist disease germs. Men, women and man who works. In the garden of George Everett, at Three excited men rushed into a quality, while a vast number of cases children with rich, red blood are able Who neither trouble nor labor to fight off the germs which bring New York saloon and demanded a designated as containing clothing were Rockland, Me., is a pumpkin vine shirks. fountain pen. With the pen one of either empty or filled with a Jumble which starts out in regulation fashion, severe illness. Who uses his hands, his head, When you feel run down and weak, them wrote out a check and handed of material In the worst possible con- but about 8 inches from the root behis eyes; gins to spread until it is about 6 inwith no appetite and no ambition, take it to one of.the others, saying: "I'm dition. The man who wins is the man n for dwhile. It is a glad to get a good car at that price." It Is estimated that It will take ches wide and as flat as a belt. Atwho tries. great blood building tonic. You "If that's the way you feel about it. more thnn five years to sell the stocks tached to the vine are 14 pumpkins, u should begin to feel better within a I'll buy you a drink," said the other nlled up at the Olevros depot alone. with a cluster of little pumpkins, like few days. man, and the bartender on order, a bunch of grapes at the end. KENTUCKY, OH, KENTUCKY. Meanwhile, due to the Insufficiency n is put up in both sympathetically put up three whiskies. nf staffs to handle the stocks, millions liquid and tablet form. Take either strangers One opportunity is enough for Kentucky has passed a law prohibit- kind you prefer, because they have the The victim of were revenue agents of dollnrs' worth of supplies arc rust- man who knows how to take the and there psychological News ing the carrying of firearms. ing nnd spoiling. same medicinal value. But be sure vou artifice will appear today in court. of it. Not built on any peculiar plan. Not blessed with any peculiar man : The man who wins THE MAN WHO WINS is "HOW WELL YOU LOOK!" an average n get the genuine ("Glide's" The full name, "Guile's should be on the package. Advertisement. i Pcpto-MangaPcpto-Mangan," " FRENCH FIND HUGE GRAFT I FORT, RELIC OF INDIAN WARS IS PERFECTLY PRESERVED N RAT-SNA- P, RAT-SNAP- ." --- --- . Pepto-Manga- Pepto-Manga- "Miss uuiei-iof the President ot the f , tc J i Louisville uoaru oif T rauc. aim u.a3-urer of Peasle Gaulbcrt Company,! who has been a life long Republican. Rev. M P. Hunt, pastor of the Broadway Methodist church, who has always aided the Republicans in their daughters , T '' ..-- T,,c Dark. anll Bloody Ground you knew. rP-r- bhor" of Its Blor- - .shrinks from view campaign ,? Red warriors bold phantoms, whoop now with joyous sounds, Whom Boone's old trustv sent to in if ik rison, famous as "Tippecanoe, and President of the United States; and neice of Benjamin Harrison. Rcpub- - It's rumored through the Blue Grass almost with bated breath, lican President from 1892-9Prof. I. William Davenport. Regis-- ! The Cumberlands are silent as with the hush of death, tar of the University of Louisville, ' The squirrels chortle at their play life long Republican. is pas-- c Mrs. Alonzo Redmond. Marine For c vn the small-bor- e Hospital, a Republican . Mrs. J. D. Stewart, daughter of the The mountaineers restricted for pon to a club, Chas. T. Ballard, a life long Re- The feudist call not "Life for life," publican but merely "Drub for drub' Mrs Charles B. Semple, president1 of the Louisville Woman's Club and Well heeled" connotes but shoe or boot, i . Independent. Mrs. R. P. Halleck, president of the And only chutes are left to shoot. Consumers League of Kentucky and . ' The kernel of the Colonel is hollow, Independent. "uskcu ami mj, Kev. K U McLrcady, Uean ot Christ Church Cathedral, and Inde The rifle has been rifled, the bloom is off the rye pendent. Henry I. Stone, former Republican We can but wonder what has struck, And where m Lain mUld KaintucK. city attorney of Louisville Maurice Morris in New ork Sun Rev Dr Charles Ewell Craik. Dean and Herald. Emeritus Christ church Cathedral Alex G. Barrett, former chairman of a Republican Board of Public Works. HOW TO PICK 'EM IN GLOR- G A Breaux. Jr., Secretary of Bal- - IOUS CLIMATE OF CALIFORNIA jam and uanaru, a Kepuiiucau Baylor Hickman, president of the They are both found in California. If Ewald Iron Company, Republican. they, wear geraniums on their coats, they Kenneth McGuire, president of the are tourists. Harlan Coal Company, Republican. If they carry an umbrella when the sky is Frank Cassell, Sales Director of Bel- overcast, they are tourists. knap Hardware Mfg. Company. If they walk around in the rain without Newton G. Crawford, treasurer and an umbrella, they are natives. Louisville manacer of the New Phoe If they wear Summer clothes in January, nix Storage Company. Independent. are t0UrUt,; Mrs. Charles 1. Ray, daughter of th le Summer, they arc far (urs , former Republican Mayor of Louis- - natVM ,,, . v uriusicuu. vine, james. 1f i..,b i,ri, ,,i .,., ,! Mrs Hailcy Orinstead, daughter-m- tli.v lA.lrlflu law of former Republican Mayor of I( tlu.y 5ay ..')aB(.. ..,,all aml ..Wentby," i.uiii.iviiii, j.iiuca r. vjiui3n.au. , tn are nahM I. W. I.eriiheim. life long Rei.ub.i-ash; KO , , t,lcy ie mmltt anu l0 can, and always a heavy contributor the bewh on SllIll, lUey are natUM, to the Republican cause I( lc ea5 ,lotller they are touri$. Credo I. Harris, novelist and bro- aI)0Ut , automobii, ley are S, Thurston of Ballard. na,jv Republican Lieutenant Governor of ,h(.y KO al)0Ul , ni!lbcnlcck wa(!0I15( Kentucky. tMey are tourists. James G. Kirwui. prominent Louis-- . le ostrUh farm aild iaie 1)tcI1 , vile business man who has always ,he alliKau.r farm, they are tourist., voted Republican. n R0 cam,,,n8 lty arc natives. ouruiii vancc, nooseyeii iouover u ulrv ttalci, th. waws thev are tourists. and candidate for United States Sen If they say, "I'll say she does," you can't ator on Progressive ticket in 1914. be sure." Life. Thomas Bohaiiuon, president of the Bohsnuon Realty Company who votSONG FOR DEMOCRACY. ed the straight Republican ticket in 6 I J wn,DsS course the Happy Hunting Ground Thev ,ood . ss ;i,rPr,uf, DEMOCRATIC RALLY! Senator J. will C. W. Beckham and Mrs. Shackelford Miller wea-lat- e, address the voters of Breckinridge County at I HARDINSBURG, OCTOBER KY., SATURDAY, , 30, In AT 1:00 P. M. the Interest of K , ' THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY ol sil r. vm Women are especially urged to hear these speakers. A ,,., Brass Band will furnish the Music. C ome and meet your ther-in-la- w Friends and hear the real Issues of the Campaign discussed. BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY . 11)10 LESSON IN GRAMMAR. Mary Sterling, in St. Louis "He gave the cake to her and me," To some sounds rather queer, Hut, In this world of oddoties, It Is correct, my dear. i'. K- - r w f "He gave the cake to she and I," IUs such a stylish sound, i Hut shun it, child, as you would shun The snake upon 'the ground. , v , f Tune "John Brown's Body" The eyes of all the nation are upon the Ship of State, She's due to start a four course round election date; There'll be a Captain Gox, so all our pretty voting mates Just vote for Democracy. Chorus Ladies, ladies we arc for YOU Ladies, ladies we are for YOU Ladies, ladies we are for YOU Just vote for Democracy. a- DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE Vic Robertson, Chairman Mrs. Sallie Murray Beard, Asst. Chairman , - v '- -. - ' W. .s