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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 1920 8 VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, Pages No. 19 REPUBLICANS CLAIM HARDING LEADS EAST; KENTUCKY GIVES COX A LARGE MAJORITY; BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY GOES REPUBLICAN DEMOCRATS HAD BIG DAY SATURDAY I8-- RAIN, SNOW AND KILL-INFROSTS HIT HERE G MRS. PUMPHREY 4TH RED CROSS K ft V' - Considerable Change in Weather Over Last Week. J HEIRS GROSS FARM ROLL NOV. 11 TO 25 REVIVAL OPENED BAPBreckinridge County Gives TIST CHURCH, SUNDAY Harding Between Six and Rev. Shirley Delivered His Sermon Monday Eve. First Seven Hundred Majority. J. W.,C. lr- - l county to the Republicans by heavy killing frost that played nliiitn Jimmirnf urn or Hi ...II r,( "IVilllKCI iUI WMJ LJIVISIUII. a majority of six to seven hundred. Chapter miotas have been set with "which was also held in Hardinsburg. havoc with certain vegetation, flowers her sister, Mrs. A. J Gross, holds With all but six precincts heard from e e!l. ..B t is conservatively estimated that witn the rain. Un Inday night there the fee simple title to the Gross farm. .t,,c v.,ew. MIND in county there is a majority of 730 cintroversy arose over a codicil ber,s "' Lak? Division Ohio, Indiana 'there were 2,300 people who attend-e- d ' for Harding. to the will which Gen Gross executed "$.. Kentucky. the Democratic rally Saturday. P,a"s achieving this goal were Three Rupublicans and two Demo-rat- s on the ;,'id day of November. 1900. of 'One of the foremost attractions are making a fair race on Cminrv weherin he requested his said wife to S?n,.pj5tf.d .?' conferences of chapter the lay was the presence of Ken- ' directors of the three states School Board for election. 'tiiikv devise of the estate she may llinct nnniitar pnatnr Afr Indianapolis, Louisville and Coltim-have left the Mrs. Sallie P. DeHaven, ' W. C. Beckham, of Frankfort. Ar- -' Daviess. Haiifotk and MdCleatt Next Wednesday For Rev. ounties report Democratic majorities. riving with him at the station were widow of O DeHaven tnd to the bus. heirs of his brother. lohn Gross, the . Let cveO' good American citizen Judge Gregory. Judge of Brey. Requiem Mass To Be It is stated Cox is carrying KenThe heirs of yT.m. i become a member of the Red Cross" Louis v.ilicj. and Mrs. Samuel Hen- - Respected Citizen" Answers Fin- remaining Vw " tucky by several thousand majority. Said. Rev. Meyering Will '""sage ot Herbert Hoover, B. Gross filed a suit in the Breckin-- I ,s. l Democrats claim they have elected S;.v w.. i .i hJ Call; .Member Methodist ,:,i,ro r.v,.:, rv...,f oi,:., whose relief work abroad dunnc the 'e Preach. a Democratic School Board and the will constructed so as to hold')Yar hr?"eh him int. close associa-thtrain with a brass band. A big parade Church. majority in Kentucky for Cox. upon the death of Mrs. A. J. t10" W1 h the, American Red Cross. of 150 cars was formed and rode to will be held in the" iuc stupenaous loreign ana ciomes- - St.Month's mind Wednesday morning. Gross said estate belonged to Gross ,,c . the Court House yard where Judne Rose church. Union Star. task bcforc Henry DeHaven Moorman presented funerai of trNov. 1, (Special) The" heir and said Mrs. DeHaven in S"f( 'peace program V,c Iied ,Cros, s in its ;.,..,. im, is one that deserves.1).0 "-f" dock for the late Rev vever, tne lower court ," Hrc. a (nnncr Moorman Ditto introdhced Judge hurUa hiaher court affirmed jts tl,t support of .tne American people,' St.""tinc The service is in pastor of . ifv Lv R T. and tfl .,.. Rose. , . conimem- i,, . oration of the beloved priest who ON ..u... .,,iCa,.u.l ..cupc.. mains werc bured n t,e Unon ' ",c" '" i,,u tlea( onc month on A wi" 7 r' Churches throuchout Ltke Division tht ,hMvc, becnservicc- A rc(u!cm mass o(this air meeting continued until the noon i cemetery beside those of his wife Star "!ere .re"ust, .'V J0" , hare begun plans ... . .. the observance hour when the speakers were en- that such did Mr uc Ind Imnn ;., ,1pm;.,;.,.,1 llls . . aertaincd lo luncheon ner .e simnle title thereto and no of Red Cr.oss Sunday. November 14. w,iRev- A-alaw Meyering. of Brown's lihealth Vanary Gfor some was states' Slight Difference Perceptable the ' . In the afternoon at 1:30 o'clock the not bedfast but a months but he came Precatory trust resulted, as contend-- , V01" "'f f$W e...?ii Valley, will preach the sermon. The week. The end ,i . vuvui wi m. UV.U. XIUSS- tf III if . ,. IIS. t ,'..,v-.- ,i Crowd gathered in the court room and i tat iinrlni. ,n ed by the Gross heirs This means Hugh O'Sui- - in Some Articles Food and Impressed upon many' audiences and ;na the vvhitesvilhf''' casou, Kcv. i?Ji. .... .Uo., .that Mrs. Pumphrey hundreds of people were turned awav ' i. , ., . , r,i V ,Nan Norman, of in fee sin,PIe frce fro m ,ile XsJi, its vast peace program explained. because of lack of seats. and" insburg: Sub- lotning nenty on Markets ciainisj er.l' He was the son of Henrv James It was a great day in the history of Canarv. deceased. On March 1889. oi every person. Deacon, Rev Joseph I'ltzgibbon, of the Democrats of Breckinridge county. he was married to Ida May Stiff, who Rhodelia, A drop m the prices of food and Pumphrey M?r.ccr A r;Prse"tc7 H.gdon. largconceded to have The choir composed of the clergy clothing is more perceptable tn the him in death on March 7 ' it is political gatheringbeen the since torneys of Owensboro, and A. R. here est will be under the direction of Rev. local market than it has been. Hoos-ie- r Wflliam Jennings Bryan was first a of Axtcl Surviving are two brothers Lee Kincheloe represented the Gross' cotton has dropped from n.rc to' candidate for president twenty-fou- r Canary, of Owensboro, and Milford heirs. 20c and Hope cotton which sold for years ago. Canary, of near Amnions, one sister, 40c and 45c is now 20c heTC. Dress PUBLIC SALE AT OLD That Senator Beckham's speech in Mrs. Tayltr Dowell. who lived with ginghams at 45c have been cut "Cats and Kittens" Play ExcitHARDIN HOMESTEAD. ' on the yard. But the better quality 10c the court house bespoke the senti her brother until his death. of ' ment of his hearers was granted from ing Game on C. H. S. gingiiams nave remained the same six years ago, Mr Canary professthe aonlause that was given him. He ed faith in dirisr He ,va V. K. Hardin and Sister Dispose of price. nnneU. Grounds Saturday. Play Property. Will Move To dwelt on the real issues of the Demo- - tent christian life, and was a The price of sugar has declined party and made a strong ap- - ful member of the Shiloh Methodist Evansville. more than most anything. It has come Irvington Next. peal for the League of Nations. church. He was a friend and neighbor down to lflc. Hour varies in price Judge Gregory, who is a staunch . to everyone, and the community has B. C. H. S. Boys Will Meet "' accoramg to me quality flour made "crc . , uc . P""lu- """- - ni The two basket ball games played ' lc '""uh "ur"'" .Democrat, pane a rorcioie speecn lost one of its best citizens. retails O'boro High School Team here Saturday between the boys and Clover Creek on Tuesday. Nov. "0th. lb. t"e MaratKouer Mills it has in 24 sacks $1.5.'. and Mrs. Kenning was wen Informed on been Hml, Srhnnl crirle nf Rpprlimnnt - APPOINTED STATE SUP- 5. Other. Games Nov. ra,N the merits of her party and i6 ah!" sisicr. .i.j.,. uggs are mc a dozen and the (Hawesville) and Cloverport High r,'.lcn Vi xvno" 11ISS ,lara "aru' ni msposc ui same tor countr" outter ERVISOR OF PUBLIC HEATH ;ous to tell all that she would not give School resulted in a victorv for Scheduled ; e..i:J,i ...:.u ;,nniPrnents ami some f 'lier hearers an opportunity to applaud me. nqme teams, the u n.p. g.ris household goods" which they have "u"u fresh meat . davs. Meat peddlers :"" Whj i fir1 ilrs. Henning fairly charmed the i t,j years since a walked over ueechmont easily ith ' '" partnership. The farm was sold market right at your front door fresh rkf fl,j T . T) has t t I ... a UJ2.JC uWfl, .... lrnnu1frtcre -- .:u. luutcmcu. ana son, rtmert nr . It. ,..,, been several ,.; u..a ., - an vv. umcnc Uj... tier score, and home boys with or u ' manner in wnicn Moremen, and moth, Mrs. Kate iV"1.,:. " ??' .Vy toarty issues aim '".little trouble, put them on the little last summer to R. E. L. Brcer, of beef and pory for 15 to 28c per lb. county. It is stated there are very few ' (she imparted them. I Bennett, will leave Thursday for Lex- end of score. The girls' team of Meade and Mrs. Hardin and Miss , Mr. hickory nuts The day was such that it 3U3.de the ington to join ur. .. . .. .. Mofe-nirit li. yho r "'ZiSuu this game ;n the visitors was. iiriiiirH .iuiiim l Clara Hardin will- -leave the following black walnuts this fall. Only a few - . p,nvprnnTt . have been seen in the ( Democrats hooeful of carrying the.has been aooointed State SnnWv.'srir tempting to rees Evansville, to reside local market. Sorghum is plentiful at -punty for Co Senator Beckham and of the Public Health Service Will. ! .v ffj;-"dc Kitten.", After Beeehmont tad .. ...... .... ..... be engaged in the $1 per gallon. 0 . -i COhgressman Ben Johnson. The sue-- 1 headquarters at Lexington during the last quar- - " Franklin beard a v'ift and efficient threer "M Boals cess ot tne day was aue in a large of the bys' a,1,e thi"Ks be8u" Vulcan Plow Works there.ofThe pio- s at oresent ttr the teaiti. All this team are members of one MEET-count- y jneasurfi to Mr. C. Vic Robertson, S - iLjtt ..JOJAi a( nil fiver, of football to look bad for the clawing wildcats neer families of Breckinridge county. Cflmocrat Chairman, and to ING FRIDAY AFTERNOON. n he. '""", of C. H. S. However' they came out GRAYSON COUNTY WOMAN with .color. j flying Mrs. S. Beard, chairman of the Demo- MRS. JOHN A. FULTON The U, h$i.l game of the seaso 101 YEARS OLD DEAD The .cratic Woman s Campaign Committee. Association ,., BLOOD POISONING will Depiayeo next ri may, ioven uer i sa 'iB-i "saw 2,sart?4.-c'ffFalls of Rough, Nov. I. (Specfe BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Jm, JoU ial) Mrs. Rachel Mahurin, 101 !Mr. and Mrs. John H. Walker, years old and said to have been Tlolt, are the happy parents o parents are cordially invited. the oldest woman in Grayson Philip Celestine. Oct. 28. Democratic rally, is critically ill with When the referee's whistle is sound county died at her home in that blood poisoning at the St Joseph's ed, the pig skin is sailing thru the air KlhUIIMb county. Thursday and was buriweir trained athelets Infirmary, Louisville, .Mrs. Milton and twenty-tw- o ed Saturday. She was a member suffered a crushed hand as the result are going down the field like a stamGAS of a well known family. will you not be near pede of wild cattle, of an automobile accident Oct. 20. there to see? Come boost your home county schtol, and team. Gas Company To The schedule for the rest of the Cloverport season is as follows: Bore 900 Feet. Prospective Elizabethtown at Hardinsburg, SatWe extend to our customers and Well is Near the City. Nov. 13. urday, C"Shc'Bank that makes you fel at Home friends in Breckinridge and adjoinElizabethtown at Elizabethtown, Saturday, November .'0. A rigging, 75 feet high, has becn ing Counties a most hearty invitaLeitchfield at Hardinsburg, Satur- built on the spot where the Cloverport tion to call on us when in Louisday, Dec, 3, Gas Company is to drill for a new gas You well. Other equipment, including the ville. engine and boiler are already on the C. H. S. PIE SUPPER NETTED $83.25; SCHOOL GRATEFUL crrounds and the comiianv expects to start boring some time soon. ilr. v Our Messrs. Paul Compton, The pie supper at the Public School J. Worden, general manager of the What a Uank Account Nathaniel Shellman and W. T. Building last Friday night netted company, says he will drill in the would mean in your old Chapin will take pleasure in wait$83.25. The teachers and pupils of the neighborhood of 000 feet. Public School desire to thank the Die site for the new well is a mile age independence, seing on you, and give you every atpeople of the community fot their East of Cloverport, and about curity, a tention possible. generous support and cooperation at of a mile South and East of this meeting. The money will be for- what is known as the Acme brick feeling because you know SrBIMfWHi. n warded to the Kentucky Children's yard. you could Pay your Way. Home immediately. Capital and Surplus LILLIAN SIPPEL GRANTED The "Rainy Days" and ' DIVORCE FROM E. MAXWELL MOTHER OF FIVE ' $600,000.00 the "Lean Days" may a CHILDREN PASSED AWAY Lillian K. Maxwell obtained a dicome but with a good Membt(ol Mrs. Zada Brown, wife of Millard vorce from E. Homer Maxwell, SatBank Account, started Brown, of Mystic, died Wednesday urday in the district court on the Federal Reserve System ' morning, October 27, at 3:30 o'clock charged grounds of extreme cruelty. Now and growing Fast She is survived by her husband and She was restored the right to use with 4 per cent interest five children. her maiden name. They were married in Louisville, Ky., June 25, 1914. you being paid on it Savings Bank NATIVE HAWAIIANS SOON Idaho Statesman. needn't fear rainy days or Miss Sippel is a former Cloverport TO BECOME EXTINCT, Company & woman and she now resides in Bois, Come in and make a Native Hawaiiaus are facing extin- Idaho, where she is nursing in the Market at Fourth lean days. ction and the present ratio Kentucky and deathsif is maintained, the of births Children's Home. HARDINSBURG, KY. Louisville, remainDeposit and Get a crisp 't ing life of the race will be only about NOTICE bank book all your own. ON TIME 75 years, says Popular Mechanics "The Convenient Bank at the Magazine. At present there are apDEPOSITS If person who was seen to take Conveaien't Corntr," proximately 2,000 natives of pure scissors and thread Friday afternoon SAVINGS blood in the island and reports for at Mrs. Ethel O. Hill's sale, will ret past years show their 'number to 'be turn same, no prosecutions will be rapidly decreasing. made. Beckham Attends Final A bit of winter weather dronncd Court of Appeals Holds That Breckinridge County to Seek Rev. C'PORT 58 FOR COX E. C. Nail, pastor of the Bapdown on Clov'erport last week making Mrs. Josephine Pumphrey, is tist church, opened the revival mcct-- , Cars in Parade. 2,500 Peo-Caa sudden fall in the temperature after Membership of 500; Red" iug in his church Sunday morning. the Owner of the Estate Dethe excellent weather that has in Parade. 2.500 Peo .Key. R. L. Shirley, of Walton. Ky. Reported Illinois, Indiana and through the month. Rain was Cross Sunday, Nov. 14. vised to Her by Her Sister arrived Monday to assist Rev. Nail, ple There. needed tlio, and the first one in sevMassacheusettes Are Going and lie delivered his first message Mrs. A. J. Gross. eral weeks fell here on Tuesday cven- Breckinridge county chapter will Monday evening. ng. For Harding. Rennhlicans fif Breckinridac couutv The weather was rather unfavorable Again on Thursday there was a On October 10th. 1920. the Court seek a membership of 500 in the Monday evening but the attendance who attended the big G. O. P. rally . jovcm-- " r a....u i, ..,,.,. ruiinn ncu iross koii .i, in Hnrdinsliiircr last Tne.oilav admitted heavy rainfall about five o'clock ill . " .., ii'.-- . , was good. The meetings . wi be held As ''";;"" . r . . i .. nurr. , o- that the Democrats of the county the afternoon, and a slight snow fell! ni tiih t. irnriiir turn iw.irriiiT iw...... l.,.r , it , iv m TT i , Tla rL'vnn t ,,c l,m nn niiernnniifi nr !':ii nr .. n ck and in press The Breckcnridge News goes to (. ... v ". t the Democrats concede Brecki ...i ri i inu i- nil . the even me ..at 7:30 o'clock. t.. u was i..u uiai .wrs josc- - iixfii one over on them" so to sav. at and Shrubbery "nut wncrciii iieiu ..ir;"' . inridge rs pre-vai- ld I I i m !i .. -... "- - u 11 . ,- . '"-."'.-- " . latter's grand wind up on Saturday, was a T I I m.em-Th- MONTH'S J. H. CANARY DIED ! fr HELD AT ST. ROSE j IN UNION STAR - one-ha- lf 1 one-hal- f. " " " se'rt d i.,.i at 40,-0- 00 apc... L K, a PRICES DECLINE " J .adM LOCAL MARKET - - - - S-- -- , Jbrt " r- -, , I at-tq- io IflCAL TEAMS FROM nniMWTml Wl 0AMl FOOTBALL GAME I - i faith-crat- ic AT HARDINSBURG I I x "k-.- .r In-inar- 11 tar.:t ooin.. i t -. - "". ."," - . n,..,nr. I le u S S.rTit CwEff'S ": Z s.. 1 u. '" .n r":!. ir" " "" 18-- 0 19-- 8 f- 0f ..-- .. iTTSL.i" I Har-din- PARENT-TEACHER- -- - Parent-Teache- rs - ESSHIH1; sw Invitation sa., M. AT1;witc BL1L1 WR WELL NEW Shep-herdsvil- Have Ever lopped to Think? . one-four- th hcad-up-in-the-- air nnm rll hwi Lincoln Hardinsburg "Bank of M Trust Trust Co. 4, PAGE TWO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Mr. and Mrs. E, P. Hardaway and were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Belle Drury were in Louisville E, C. Footc. several days last week to hear Gypsy David Hardaway spent Saturday Smith. and Sunday in Braudtnburg, with his Misses Judith Watlington, Alma brother, Paul Hardaway. Miss Virginia Payne, of Louisville, Cardcn, Laura Mcll Stitli and Clara Footc. Messrs Pclham Foote, Percy is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Foote, Russell Cardcn and David Wil- Mrs. T. H. Payne. Mr and Mrs. E. M. Blanford and son, motored to the Lincoln Farm, sons, Alexander and E. M. Blanford, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hunger and fam- Jr., of San Francisco, Calif., arrived week. ily, and Mrs. Fouchec and children, here Wednesday for a visit to his to from Garfield went Several week-en- d guests parents, Hon. Chas. R. Blanford and Hardinsburg, Saturday to hear Sen- of Hill Grove, were Gilbert Kascy, Mrs. Blanford. of their sister, Mrs. ator Beckham. Miss Blanche J. Blanford has reand Mr. Kasey. turned to her home in Louisville, after Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ctmpton were spending the summer with her grand in Prefer Why People Buy. Rat-Sna- p in mruinsburg, bttnday. parents. ence to Rat Poison. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson and Hfti Witenn mnpA in T rtuSeiti1f ira absolutely kills rats Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. James FALLS OF ROUGH (1) RAT-SNA- P ' I w. H. Eskridge shipped a load of M? Rats killed with I Wlson had her tonsils .removed.. Mr. and Mrs. Rav Keith were visit. .1.1. i. ,! 11 u oivikrt nu iivvii .....11 II..., ...j ' ors ,n j,t,ths - ... - Sunday. T i- t'T luu-oivxicavcuu suitn. i..tj mirf-Valley, Ed Beauchamp, traveling salesman I?,IIr(,nf l UP inside. (4) Made 111 Cakes, no Tnrilnfi. nf T.ns Antrrlna week relatives. ing with other food. (5) Cats or dogs' Calif., arrived Friday for an indefi- - was here this Miller, with Short Creek, of Mrs. Susan j """ Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Uu.c . ,, v,s" lo ms s,s icr, .Mrs. w, i. is here the. guest of her daughter, St t and Mr St!thi Mrs. Haves. Payne & Co. Cloverport, and B. k Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Common and Mr. John Tunstall, of Lone Hill, Advertise-- . baby, and Mrs. Z. T. Stitli were the & Co , Hardinsburg Beard bought the Porter property, is incut guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Kascy, who. moving this week. We are glad to Sunday. ,j have them in our community. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Keith spent BIG SPRING Rev. and Mrs. Henningcr have re- -' Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. turned from a visit with relatives at Mrs. Kelly has returned to Mt. Cain View. Carmel. III. after a visit with her "Spooks" were out in full sway West Mrs. Iva Wellhclm and Robert sister. Mrs. C. B. Witt and Dr. Witt. here Saturday night from the looks of Harl, of Auther, III., and Mrs. Albert! Mrs. Hamilton, of Idaho, is with her father, Mr. Bridgeweter, who has the town and surrounding community. Woosley, of Princton, Ind., were call-- 1 Truman Hardaway has returned cd here Monday to be at the bedside of been ill for some time. His daughter, home after a visit in Indiana. mother, Mrs. who has with Mrs. Shirlie Glassgow, is also Miss Ella Davis and brother. Rich their seriously ill. Clint Harl, been him. ard Davis, have returned to their Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith, of Mada rid, visited their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Woosley, Saturday night. uu uruinci. lYayuiunu .Huuiiiinni Mr. and Mrs. F L. Claycomb and Christine Fentress, daughter Mrs. Moorman. Miss Bculah Payne were in Louisville, of Little and Mrs. Lucian Fentress, of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Clarkson have shopping, last week. a. Route 2, who has been ill of returned frtm a week's stay in Louis- lien L. btith. of New Ross. Ind , is is improved. ''ere Tvisiting relatives IV.. , U....L.U..J . .U I 3. i A. .tlWUMt M..V, nran,ii19i. , I. u ,! t? r QfJti. n Ernestine Richardson, returned Sat Friday" afternoon in Vine Grove. METHODIST CENSUS urday from a ten days visit with her Mr. and Mrs Ray Keith spent the' SHOWES 33,622,190 C. Williams, West week-en- d daughter, Mrs. T. at Ekron. the guests of her Point. parents, Mr and Mrs. Thos J. Stitli. Chicago, Oct. 20. A census of Me Miss Ruth Witt left for" Louisville. Mr. Mrs. W. Friday to visit the Misses Lillian and guests and the week-en- d W. Keith were thodists, compiled by Dr. H. H. Carfor of Mr. and roll, formerly of the Census Bureau Estell Vogt. Mrs. Boyd Keith. ftr the centenary conservation comMiss Bessie Richardson left Friday Misses Myrtle. Bettie for Louisville, for a visit with friends. Claycomb. of Norton's Lee, and Rca mittee of the Methodist Episcopal Valley, are Church shows 3G,022,180 Methodists J. R. Layman, Elizabethtown, spoke visiting their relatives here. in the world. here Saturday afternoon, the first Mr. and Mrs. Will .Moore and r. There are 9,832,107 members of the speaker that has been here. Mrs. Belle Moore, of McDaniels. church, the remainder being adher- -' Dr. Dowell. Bowling Green, arrived Saturday ftr a visit with her sister, Miiraiiiri Mrs. Hodges. A large crowd attended the ordination of the deacons at the Baptist .NOVEMBER 3,,1M0 cnts and probationers who .are I,C In the County HARDINSBURG Mrs E. Hayncs, of Oklahoma, and Mrs. Hughes Frymirc, of Frymirc, have returned after a visit with Mrs. Frymirc's sister, Mrs. Wade Pile, and atives. J. T. Hobcu has returned Louis, Mo. Mrs Howard Hook, who the guest of her C. L. Heard, dreensbort, returned. Friday. Mr. Pile. Mr and Mrs. A. J. Bowman have returned from Akron, Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Cave, Mr. and Mrs. E. Gary, Lcitchficld, have been the guests of their sister, Mrs. E. O. Frank, and Mr. Frank, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs F. Thornton and son, George, returned Friday from on, after visiting Mr. Thornton's relfrom St. has been and Mrs Ala., has Thomas Horslcy bought the property of Mrs. Octava Gray, located in Garfield, also her farm John Wood celebrated his birthday Sunday Several friends and relatives were present. Mrs. Harold bniith was the guest of her oarcnts. Mr, and Mrs. May, of Olaton, last week, Miss Ida Dowell visited her niece, Mrs Charlie Ncel, at Pilchcr, last The examining trial of James W. who shot Wright Rigsby, Sunday, October 17, near Guston, had his examining trial before Judge S. L. Morgan, Friday, After the intro- AMBIGIOUS duction of the Commonwealth's wit- Knicker 'is the candidate wet or nesses, Mr. Huffincs' lawyer, J. D. Hardin, waived further examination dry? 3t1rt Ttlftn. MnfiMH l.nl.l t . U. Bockcr He looks on the wine when over tn the C.lrruU r.nurt ,nAr it is red, white and blue. $4,000. Meade Co. Messenger. Huffincs, 1,209,482; Australia, 20J.303, and Japan 20,000. The1 increase in the total of Methodists during the last nine years is a.035,.141. urcat "LL08! ??"'" wttiiaun icjuii9 ooi.-tw- mem- -' , ' l unttan, lliuiuucrs, . JAMES W. HUFFINES WAIVED EXAMINING TRIAL .. -- LTVJ A T !.. .... .i. NEW FALL GOODS AT PRICES EXCEPTIONALLY LOW Sec 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. LOOK AT Chas. Babbagc, Louisville, was here Miss Linnie Haswcll, who has been visiting in New York City, has return-ee- l home. THESE PRICES: Mr and Mrs. G. D. Heard are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter, Christine Bradley, Oct. SG. Mrs. Mattic Tea IT, who has been visiting in Louisville and Lcitchficld has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. demons, Evans-villInd.. who was the week-enguests of Mrs. demons' uncle, John O'Reilly, and Mrs. O'Reilly, has returned. Hon. Claude Mercer and Mrs. Mercer spent Thursday in Cloverptrt. Miss Judith Watlington, Basin Springs, was the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Watlington, the d e, ai:&;Kg ssrs."""" t., ,.i r Red Diamond Overalls $2.75 Best Outing Flannel 35c Dress Gingham, regular 45c now - - - - 30c Apron Gingham 20c and 25c 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 dip-thcri- week-en- d. Grausc. Miss Mary Joe Speaks and sisters, Misses Cecilia and Maria Speaks and Miss Auastia O'Donohue, were the guests of the Misses Speak's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Speaks, Irvington, Saturday and bunday. Mr Quincy Woosley and family, Webster, have moved here for their future home. J. F. Miller, who has been in the Navy for several years, arrived Friday to visit relatives. Forrest Speaks and brother, Frank the 24. Speaks attended the funeral of their church Strother, Mr. and Mrs. James sister, Mrs. Emmctt Poole. Axtel, Sat- W.Mrs. Moorman attended church at urday were dinner guests Mrs. Sam Monarch, Glen Dean, has Bewleyville. and C. D. Hardaway. of Mr. and Mrs. returned after a short visit with her parents. Mr and Mrs. W. R. MoorIRVINGTON man. Mrs. Herbert McGary and son, Miss Lena Frymirt spent the week- -, Howard, left Sunday for Evansville, end in Ekron. i Ind, to visit her parents. Mr. and Mr and Mrs. A. D. Wallace and W. Kennedy Mrs J. Harold Stitli, Louiville, have been the Miss Alma Corden, a student of the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Stitli. High School, visited her parents. Mr. Mesdames I. D. Ashcraft, Newsom and Mr Sam Corden, Basin Springs. Gardner and Lillie Glasscock, were in Saturday and Sunday. Lexington, last weeK aiieuumg granu Miss Ella Alii. Louisville, is visit- chapter of the O. E S. ing her sister. Mrs. G. D. Beird. and Mrs. Nell McClintick. Louisville, Mr Beard. has been the guest of her sister, Miss Mary Cornwall Miss Lena Durham. New Haven, GARFIELD Kv.. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. D Mr. and Mrs Taylor Dowell, of BfshoiT. Irvington. were guests of his sister, F C. Sadenwater has returned from Mrs. D. II. Smith, and Mr. Smith, Michigan City, where he attended the Sunday. funeral of his sister, Mrs. Mary Mrs Gilbert Lyon and bah v. are visiting her mother, Mrs Carman. Mr and Mrs. H. E. M inter visited relatives in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs. M C. Green have returned from a visit with relatives at ( lr- and Mrs. Win. Beauchanip were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Sallie Mr. Beautiful line of fall shoes at the reduction price of 15c on the My prices on shoes can't be beat. 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. dollar. R. W. JONES, Glen Dean, Ky. i nio-the- A COMPELLING NOVEMBER "DRIVE," l BACK TO NORMALCY IN PRICES! ij In All Kinds of The poor Merchandise-Beginni- ng ! OD 5Sv yv- - ita- -V Southern Optical Co. Inrorpoiated PERFECT. FITTING SPECTACLES AND iYE GLASSES Kryptoka invisible Artificial Eyas Bifocal Lena Southwell Corner 4th and ChestMt LOUlbViLLE. KY. ( I My Prices On I I Furniture I I Will Save You Much I I More Than the I to Louisville I I I THE FREIGHT I afternoon. Others are invited to join in this service. Wednesday night service will take the place of the afternoon f.ervice Irvinjrton girls basket ball team played at Hardinsburg. Saturday. in favor of'Hardinsburg. Score 10-- 2 Mrs. Susie Warfield. Chicago. 111.. is spending several weeks witn ner mother, Mrs. Sarah Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence MeGlothlan" returned to Chattanooga, Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. Will Geeting. Columbus. Ohio, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Fannie Willis, Kingswood. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Willis. Mrs. S. W. Bassett and daughter, Miss Magdalene, of Lodiburg. and daughter, Mrs Roy Thomas, and niece,, of Elizabethtown, spent Friday here and were guests of friends Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rice, of Louisville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bolin This week is being observed as a week of prayer by the Missionary Society of the Methodist church each Spottsville and Henderson. Mrs. Glovie Wrather will leave to- -' morrow for Milwaukee, Wis. J. Huert Lyon. Moravia was in charge of the ticket office last week in the absence of M C. Green. ( i I old High Cost of Living is now definitely in for a terrible beating. For months have been whipping him from pillar to post with the good news of lowering prices, we and now we shall make another serious effort to drive him out of town. Our battle on the market for Lower Prices has had large rewards during the past few" weeks, and now our store is simply overflowing with splendid merchandise that tells it's own good news. ' '" Lower Prices on All Kinds of Children's Apparel Lower Prices on All Kinds of Men's Apparel Lower Prices on All Kinds of Women's Apparel Lower Prices on Everything for the Home It means that all your dollars are WORTH MORE THAN THEY WERE A OR SO AGO, because they will buy so much more. i WEEK? u i ! BEWLEYVILLE Miss Beuhth Payne spent several day in Louisville and New Albany the guest of relatives. Mrs. Sanders 1'atc and Miss Laura Mell Stitli were guests of Mr. and Mrs M P. Payne during Miss Bculah In the past, there has been little satisfaction about making bigger wages, when the wages wouldn't buy as much as smaller wages bought in the good old days. But now your wages WILL BUY MUCH MORE, and that is much better than a raise in salary. Best of all, this November DRIVE offers you the FINEST OF THE SEASON'S NEW GOODS not odd lots, or old goodseverything and perfect everything in quality, patterns and colorings not at the end of-- , the BEST WE COULD SELECT, the season; but RIGHT NOW, with the whole season of wear ahead of you. spick-s,pan-new Payne's absence. Mrs Wade Drury had for her guests Sunday the following: Mr. and Mrs S. I. McCoy. Mr. and Mrs. Thos Chappell Chvc'mb and Mr. ami Mrs. F. L. THIS MEDICINE HAS CURED THOUSANDS Mr. L. F. England, a reliable citiSpartanburg, S. C, mukes the following (statement: "About twelve years ago I Buffered with a. sovero spell of malaria und afterward was much troubled with rheumatism. I tried many remedied recommended for the rhvuniatUm but fulled to get relief amounting to anything. I Haw Number 40 For The liiood advertised and purchased a bottle und found so much relief that I have tuken everul bottle an.1 m veil of the rheumatism. I keep Number 40 iu the house I do not wiati to be all the tUuu zen of i IT MAY CURE YOU It." Number 40 is in blood troubles from any cause. In chronle rheumatism, catarrh, constipation, stomach und liver troubles. Under its usu eczema and skin diseases disappear, sore ulcers and bolls aru caused to heal. Made by J. C. Mi'iidenliall, Evansville, Ind., 40 yearn a druggist. The best druggist In your neighborhood sells Number 40 but if it huppens that he does not, send direct to J. C. Mendenhall Medicine Company, Evansville, Iudlana, and it delivered to you at $1.25 per bottle, lx bottle for 17.00, without Every section of our store is in this great "DRIVE". No matter what kind of goods you want, you now are likely to find it at a large saving from recent prices. s, . fl I !i s. W. OWENSBORO, ANDERSON COMPANY INCOHPORATEB KENTUCKY W " WHERE COURTESY REIGNS" 9 Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE rrrrffirFrirrrnmiwrririm NOVEMBER 3, 1M0 THE 1RECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE THREE GOES 70 MILES YOUTHFUL STYLES IN SUITS FOR MORE TANLAC WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS Harvest Sale Closes Nov, 5 c5M Gained 17 Pounds And Her Wonderful Improvement is the Talk of the wonder that everybody "It's sees a change in mother since she began takiiiK Tnnlac, for she has gained seventeen pounds and can get better than for the last twenty-fiv- e years." recently declared T. E. dealer, Ellis, living in Rumscy, Ky. "My mother is now scxty-eigyears old and for eight years had suffered from loss of appetite, nervousness, constant headaches, severe pains in the chest and back and frequent spells of dizziness. She became so had off about five years ago that she had to give up all housework, and spent most of her time in bed. During all that time she neither knew what it was to have a well day or a night's rest, and her condition became alarming that we never expected 9 to sec her up and about again. "One day she read in the papers about somonc who had been greatly helped by Tanlac. and nothing would satisfy her until she had tried it herself. So I drove 33 miles to Evansville and got her a bottle. She's had four more bottles since then and she has actually gained sevnteen pounds in weight, and it's years sirfee I saw her looking so well. She praises Tanlac all day long, and her remarkable recovery has made such a stir around Rumsey that scores of other sick people have been taking Tanlac with splendid results. I make a trip to Evansville every week and always' carry back a load of Tanlac for the neighbors. VVe all think there is no medicine like it, and I'm glad of this chance of telling everybody about what it did for my mother." Tanlac is sold in Ctoverport at Wedding's Drug Store, in Kirk by Mattingly Bros., in Addison by L. D. Addison, in Amnions by Win, H. Dutschke, and in Stephensport by R. A. Shellman. Advertisement. no well-know- Thanksgiving Profit Sharini Sale ' Our Annual AjJ n live-stoc- k The Big Harvest Sale will be over Saturday night, so don't delay getting your winter Clothing. Blankets, StovcsftUndcr-wca- r, etc., at the bargain prices now prevailing. ht Pi m t Begins Monday, Nov. 8th' With purchases made in the Dry Goods or Furniture Departments you can get a discount ranging from one to live per cent (good for Friday onlv). This discount with the bargain prices on ALL ARTICLES IN THESE DEPARTMENTS means a big savings if you take advantage of it. Come in on Friday for the Pumpkin Seed Discount. Startling Price Reductions In Every Department For those wh. look best In suits that ore trim mid simple the youthfur style shown above will prove successskirt and n ful. It 1ms. n short, straight cont. The latter Is very box-plulte- d THE CHILDREN WILL NEED WARM THINGS NEXT WEEK FOR THE FAIR cleverly cut and depends upon round buttons In two size and a little silk braid for Its embellishment. The colIn Is a small and Inconspicuous detnll. Children'sWinter Coats Reduced One Half and One Fourth during this sale. Boys' Suits and Odd Pants at Big Reductions. All Sweaters and Knit Caps Reduced. HOW THE MAY FLY LIVES "Mother," began Betty thoughtfully afternoon, "do you know that Sally Williams goes to a picture show every night of her life?" "No, I did not know it," replied Mrs. Blake, smiling. "You see, I do not know Sally very well, or see her very often, so I could not possibly know where she is at night. But I am glad no one could say that of you my daughter." "Why. Mother, of course I knew you couldn't know about Sally. I did not myself until yesterday she asked me to go with her and I said that we had been the night before and were not going again this week and she laughed and told me she went every night." "I wonder how many thrift stamps she has bought," said Mrs. Blake. "I don't wonder," returned Betty, laughing, "for I asked her and she has not a single one. She said she would rather have a good time with her money and let folks buy Thrift Stamps who liked them. She wanted candy and picture shows and she should worry about Thrift Stamps." "She will do the worrying, all right, Betty, when her gay times are over and her money gone She will not always have a father to keep her in money and if she has never learned to earn and save she will probably see hard times ahead. A good picture show is a nice amusement and I am blad to have you go often enough to enjoy one, but you would get tired and learn nothing from them, nor even get amusement if you did nothing else with your evenings but at tend shows. I am glad you have not formed so bad a habit. Anything can become a bad habit if indulged in too freely. Poor Sally reminds me of the May-flDid you ever hear of the one y. ?" 'Children's Shoes at Bargain Prices Don't miss getting the Children's Shoes during the sale Odd lots are below cost. Blankets and Comforts at Big Reductions. Special in Children's Stockings 19c Throughout the city of Louisville this annual event is so well known that thousands eagerly await our announcement of its beginning. They have learned what it mean's with its opportunity of actual savings on articles of Ginghams during sale at 2254. 29c and 39c Outing Flannels, both light and dark at 33c Hope Cotton (bleached) at 19c Hoosier Cotton (factory) at 15c Stoves, Kitchen Cabinets, Rugs, Furniture All Reduced Hardware and Guns at Bargain Prices Ask for the big specials. Commissioner's Sale BRECKINRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT, KENTUCKY FIRST NATIONAL OKLAHOMA. EUGENE BANK OP SKIATO, Plaintiff AGAINST BEAVIN & ETC.. Defendant EQUITY NO. 3997 Wearing Apparel Carpets Rugs Furniture House Furnishings To those who are not reached by bur daily advertisements in the Louisville papers, we also extend a most cordial invitation to attend this great sale and take advantage of the opportunities to share in the profits through the medium of our great reductions in price. Men's Clothing and Ladies' Ready To Wear at Big Bargains Trimmed Hats Reduced One Fifth (during sale only) o d-FBead- 7 V &y " Buy It at Bacon's Fourth and Market A TASTY DISH OF - Louisville, Ky. than when served by the Home Economics Kitchen of Mutton steak (a slice from the the United States Department of Agri more people when cooked in the fol- - culture. i ' plain, and is delicious. The following MUTTON'SMOTHERED IN TOMATO SAUCE recipe for this dish is recommended lowing manner 1 1 1 2 small onion Poultry seasoning Salt 1 can tomatoes, or 1 quart fresh tomatoes cut in slices. Spread over the mutton steak a layer of bread crumbs mixed with onion and other seasonIf you are troubled with pains or the minced and tie into shape. Place ings. Roll ache; feel tired; have headache, in a casserole or 'other dish with a indigettion, insomnia; painful pass- tightly fitting cover. Pour the tomaage of urine, you will find relief in toes over the meat and cook very slowly in the oven or on top of the stove for three or four hours. If the tomatoes do not cover the meat, add a little boiling water. DONT cup bread crumbs pounds of mutton steak. DESPAIR GOLDMEDAL WHY HE NEVER GROWS OLD Tactless Lady Friend to Hostess. By the way, what birthday is this we Th world's standard remedy for Iddnty, are celebrating? Htm, bladder and uric add troubles and Hostess My 33th. National Remedy of Holland since 1690. j Lady Friend But haven't we cele- Guaranteed, brated that before? Tfaree sisss, all dnigfiata. box Leek fee the aaaae CU Meial Hostess Q yes; it is one of my favorite birthdays. London Blighty. I jftgjflfr ey KME yfigCKM IllniiSS nWHHB W7mv HyTpJaSM Our a,1(1 Business to Properly Fit AND Manufacture EYEGLASSES SPECTACLES and "The Best You Can Get Are The Only Safe Kind To Wear" KH LVsWai bbHEV B' MM ! H By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at October Term thereof, 1920, in the above cause, for the sum of ($2,000.0o) with interest at the rate of six per cent from Dec. ."th 1013, until paid; subject to the following credits; $10.00 paid Feb. 4th 1914. $35 00 paid March :ird. 1914, $1G.30 paid May 7th, 1914. $33.30, paid June 8th, 1914, $35.00, July 6th, 1914; $02.30 paid Nov. 30th, 1914 and also a further credit of 1,135 of date of Feb. 19th, 1918, and the Plaintiff will recover of the defendants the further sum of ($1,000) with interest thereon from March 5th, 1914, subject to the following "credits, $5.00 paid Feb. 4th, 1914; $15.00 paid March 3rd, 1914; $8.20 paid May 7th. 1914 $1(5.50 paid June 8th 1914 and $35.00 paid July Cth, 1914. and all ctsts herein, I shall proceed e to offer for sale at the May-flydoor in Hardinsburg, to the highest I bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on ' "No, Mother, is never did." "The May-fl- y Monday the 22nd, day of November ture, born in the a veryoffragile creaa summer heat 1920, at one o'clock p. m or there- ' darts out on about (being County Court day), up- afternoon. It incessantly hithergauzy and flying on a credit of six months, the follow- wingsdazzling the eye with its rapid A cer- yon. ing described property, flights the sun, always in the sun, tain tract or parcel of land lying and dancinginwithout pause or rest. When j being in the County of Breckinridge, dies. Now, the sun goes and State of Kentucky, and bounded human creaturesdown itlive only for who of and described as follows; the David Hix Farm: Beginning at a the sunlight of prosperity, never pauswill pursuit of ing in stone in L. T. Roberts line and also find.'as theirMay-fl- y does, pleasure, sunthat the the (2) of this corner of lot number two division, running thence with Roberts set comes at last. But these human s do not die when the sunpoles to a stake or stone line 94 fails, miserable Roberts corner, thence N. 43 W. 52 shine in thebut must lead adversity, darkness of poles to a stake or stone, Roberts lives does corner, thence North 09 poles to which comes into every one who youth the sunshine of Creek, thence up the not prepare Yellow Bank I inevitable for Southern bank of said Creek with its ing thatsee that my ending. will am tryBetty to not be poles, S. E. 9 meanders, N. 87 " 31 24 poles N. 72 2 E. 12 poles, a N. 19 E. 107 poles and N. 34 1 E. I "I think, Mother, if either Bobby or s no one turn out to be 40 poles to a stone just below a ford lot could blame you. But never fear, on Yellow Bank Creek corner to we are too old now to be number two (2) thence with a line of Mother;new tricks " poles to the taught lot S. 8 4 E. 232 "I did not think you were, Betty," said beginning containing 107 5 acres, laughed Mrs. Blake, "but I hope you same land conveyed by are right at least too old to be and is the Paul Kullman and wife to Eugene taught bad tricks. Beavin by deed dated October 2nd, 1897, and recorded in the Breckinridge PUBLIC SALE County Clerks Office in deed Book No. 50 at page 352. Or sufficient thereI will ell to the highest and best of to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase bidder on Monday, Nov. 15, 1920 at price, tire purchaser, with approved my farm two miles south of Ekrou, surety or securities, must execute the following stock: One Percheon Stallion, Hibo, nine bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid; and having years old, bred and owned by J. C. the force and effect of a Replevin Stanford & Son, Iowa. Recorded by bond Lien retained to secure pay- the Percheon Society of America, Rement of purchase money. Bidders will cord No. 80725. Two Jacks, one registered, recordbe prepared to comply with these ed by the. Jack and Jennett Registry terms. Approximated debt, interest and of American. "Record No. 0100. Also other stock and farm imple cost, $3,072.75. . Lee Vall3, Commissioner. menis. Sale to begin at 11 A. M. Terms made known day of sale. YOUNG FOLKS OF KIRK, W. L. FOUSHEE, , ENJOY A HAY RIDE Ekron, Ky. i R. A. Ensor, Auctioneer. Kirk, Ky., Oct. 30. (Special) A party of young folks enjoyed a hay Mr. Vaughan, Farmer Tells How He ride on White Kincheloe's truck MonLost all His Prize Seed Corn. ' day evening. A delightful lunch was evening was highly served and the Some time ago sent away for some enjoyed by all The most exciting feay ture of the evening was "Pidy" falling pedigreed seed corn. Put it in a sack and hung it on a rope susoff of the truck. Those who went, were: Anna Lee pended front roof. Rats got it all Mattingly, Agnes Jarboe, Helen how beats mc, but they did because I Rachel Jarboe, Margaret Sheeran, got 5 dead whoppers m the morning Three Lucille Jarboe, Katie Jarboe and Han- after trying nah Jarboe, James Howard Gardner, sizes, 35c, 05c, $1 25. Sold and guarBruce Miller, Shorty Payne, Leo anteed by Conrad Payne & Co., CtovSheeran, Morris Miller, Paul Matting- erport, and B. F. Beard & Co , Hardinsburg. Advertisement. ly and White Kinchdoe. Court-Hous! to-w- it: d 8(2) KENTUCKY $5 $5 HARDINSBURG one-ha- lf May-flie- take enough interest in politics to take the stump for anyone. In the indications are that McKinley canvass just made they both made a is elected and that Bryan will carry speech for Bryan. Glen Dean Julian Brown, of HardKentuckv. -(o)- -Wat insburg, will move to Glcndcme this Bland sold his tobacco at SO week. -(o)- -(- o)Robt. H. Green, now In Cloverport of Louisville, but formerly of this Master Wallie Lishen will leave place, will be married Wednesday, Thursday for Warsaw, 111, to enter a Nov. 11, to Miss Callie Cooper, of the German school. He will stay with his same city. (o) uncle, Louis- Lishen. Hardinsburg Born to the wife of -(c- )-A. D. Heron, superintendent of the H. M. Beard, Nov. 3, a boy, Benjamin Short Line railroad, gave the school Franklin Beard, Jr. -(- o)children a trip to Victoria, Saturday, Hook Miller & Co., are running Bouffier wears a broad their flowering mill now, both day smile again Monday he received a and night. -(- o)letter from his father in Germany Work on the new Catholic church containing a check for $500. will begin soon. -(- o)Rhomley Renfro, Sulphur It is not often that men like MatMills, is here with her mother, Mrs. thias Miller and Uncle Billy Withers 24 YEARS AGO and and 1?1, and the Hawkins boys at $3. Brandenburg - -- Weatherholt. -The 1- -2 1- -2 1- -3 May-fly.- 2, KTLZF&yz$A WAY- - Tvfhr 3-- MpVB aLBftHHHfti May-flie- 3-- 1- -2 3-- I THEN: You will always have a receipt. Your check book record will prevent a repayment of the same bill. Your credit will be better, your standing higher. It is more convenient, it is safer, it is more dignified anb business-like. , ii i ii i i i gun-nc- RAT-SNA- J". I. mOSFOUK JNO. D. BABBAQfc, Editor and Publisher THE IMCCKXNltlDQE NEWS, CLOVEfcttJItT, ttHTWCKY 1 NOVEMBER FARM BUREAU NEWS Breckinridge County farms need lime. I t, If The Breckenridge News . THE COST OF ELECTING A BIGHT PAOE3 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY TEACH US HOW TO DIE By TERENCE. MacSWINEY (One of the most recent poems of the late Lord Mayor of Cork, who was one of the leaders inthe great Irish literary revival.) PRESIDENT 1876 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1920 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Subscription price $2.00 i year: 31.00 for 6 month ; 80c for 8 monthi. Butincti Locals 10c d Be for each additional initrtlon. Card of Thanki, over 6 llnea, charged for at cr line the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charted for at the rate of fie per line, money in ttftaace. Examine the label on your paper. If it it not correct, please notify m. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDOE friend who is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. NEWS hand It to WEDNESDAY,... NOVEMBER 3, 1920 L at : 4.' WOMEN IN THE GREAT WAR. of the Woman's Committee of the Council of National DeThe report fence is described as an "intimate, official and first hand recital" of the accomplishments of the organized women ol America in the world war. While the intimacy of the report is open to question it is certainly a remarkable tribute to the patriotism of American women. , t The mere man who only vaguely heard tell of the multifarious activities of the Woman's Committee will be astounded to learn how much was actually accomplished. The registration of four million women, the invaluable assistance they gave to the Food Administration, the general campaign of education, health and recreation which was undertaken by the Woman's Committee contributed very largely to the prescrvationof good morale on the home sector during a peculiarly abnormal period of our history. The record' of the State divisions is perhaps the most interesting part of the story. The Woman's Committee in Washington could only issue general orders telling each State what thd objectives were. The manner in which each State division reached those objectives is the real history of the effort put forth by American women. Their ingenuity courage and per sistence cannot be dimmed even uy the depressing pages 01 an omciai pamphlet. New York Herald. If the citizens of our community will give as much of their time, heir thoughts and energy to the salvation of souls and attending the revival that's on in our midst as many did in campaigning for the election, we would have a great spiritual awakening in Cloverport. And that is what Cloverport needs. , God, vc enter our last fight; Thou dost sec our cause is right; Make us march now in Thy sight On to victory. Let us not Thy wrath deserve In the sacred cause we serve; Let us not from danger swerve Teach us how to die. Death for some is in reserve Before our flag can fly. ' . , All the agony of years, All the horrors, all the fears, Martyrs' blood, survivors' tears. Now we offer Thee As an endless holocaust For the freedom we have lost; God restore it tho' the cost Greater still must be; Let Thy grace attend our ho'st, Give us victory! L BRIGHT WEATHER walk a while by sentencing the autoNAVY AND MARINE CORPS MEDALS TO BE SENT OUT. mobile to an indeterminate term in how many women remained at home yesterday harboring that Wonder the basement of the pail. old idea that, woman's place is in the home and not at the election poles! Washington, Nov. 1. The long de A London actress has had a salary lav in awarding medals for distiu e Thought about your Christmas shopping yet! Only forty-fomore guished service in the navy, for four years and nothing to do for shopping days. and marine corps has ended, it was it. Miss Marianna Caldwell, was enlearned today at the navy department. gaged in 1910 for a part in "Chu, while the Chin Chow." It was found later Naturally, you notice some who arc all smiles and some who arc not The decorations held up the awards part could be dispensed with, her but navy board reconsidered so happy. after the controversy among naval of every week she receives a check for ficers subsequent to a congressional her salary. Bargains' of every description are offered our readers in this issue. investigation last winter, will be mailed for distribution on armistice day. THE LAND OF BEGINNING AGAIN. Now for business as usual. Taking The Joy Out of Life. Frankfort State Journal PECULIAR KIND OF UMBRELLA A reformer is a I wish that there were some wonderful places who won't sin himself and won't let Called the Land of Beginning Again, African "Bishop" Made Use of Prince any one else sin comfortably. Don Where all our mistakes and all our heartaches Albert Coat When Rain ThreatMarquis, in New York Sun. i And all our poor selfish grief ON ur war-tim- The Wall Street Journal, presentThe Extension Service of the Uni- ing figures on the cost of Presidential versity of Kentucky has established campaigns for the past sixty years this opportunity they can form clubs figures the actual cost of an electoral Breckinridge county farms need lime H to bring them back to their original vote at $8,000 and a winning elecproductive power, and through the toral vote at $10,000. If the average efforts of the county officials, County for the past forty years were taken, Agent and the Farm Bureau, the however, it would be larger. In that State Department of Agriculture has period each electorial vote has equallpromised to send to the county a ed an expenditure of $12,230, and each to the satisfaction of themselves that winning electoral vote $14.o00. long as the farmers use it. Beginning with Lincoln in 1800, the If the farmers avail themselves of Republican campaign fund reached large lime pulver to remain here as $100,000. He received 180 electoral and get their lime at a very mucli votes. Douglas had a campaign fund cheaper figure than if they have to of $30,000 and received 12 electoral ship it from the quarry. j votes. Breckinridge, with no camThe county agent can give you paign fund stated, received 72 votes. as to the conditions under In 1870 Hayes had $030,000, re which you can get the Pulver or we ceiving 183 votes, tnree aoutnern will be pleased to get it for you. States stolen, and Tildcn $000,000, reIf you want to improve your farm ceiving 184 votes. In 1880 Garfield had talk to your neighbors and get them .$1,100,000 and 314 votes, Hamcock interested and arrange to have this $353,000 and 135 votes, in 1884 Blaine equipment in your community. had $1,400,000 with 210 votes, Cleveland $1,800,000 and 233 votes. In 1888; Sharing Your Book. Harrison had $1,330,000 and 233,yotes, and Cleveland $855,000 and 168 votes. In The world Is full of shut-Inthere are those who are starving for the next election, in 1802. Harrison Cleve145 booka nnd papers, but how many of had $1,830,000 and 277 votes, and any effort to search them land $2,350,000 campaign vote. in the ui make fund The largest out? history of the world was that raised A clever article on books which I by Mark Hanna for McKinley in 1806. lalely read annoyed me by explain- $16,5o0,000. He received 271 electoral ing how stupid Is the custom of bor- votes. Bryan had $675,000 and receivrowing books, nnd how vastly more ed 170- - votes. In 1000 McKinley had desirable It Is for each man to own the second largest fun in history, Ids own. I decided that tho writer $0,500,000, with 292 votes, and Bryan wns a rich man (although my better $425,000 and 155 votes. In 1004 Rooseshould tell me that writers velt had $3,500,0o0, 336 votes; Parker $1,250,000, 140 votes. In 1908 Taft had "seldom are rich), and I decided also $1,700,000, 321 votes, Bryan, $750,000, good 102 that he was missing a lot of votes. In 1912 Taft had $750,000, things If be neither lends nor borrows 8 votes; Roosevelt $325,000, 88 votes; books. I "believe that a book Is about Wilson $850,0o0, 435 votes. In 1916 Hughes had a campaign the pleasantest thing there Is to share. It produces such a bond of sympathy fund of $2,201,535 and received 254 If It Is enjoyed by a friend, and It votes; Wilson $1,400,229 and 277 votes. The Journal shows by these figures provides at once something worth that the candidate with the largest about. while to talk campaign fund has won in every elecAnd people do return books, espe- tion except the last, when Wilson cially If you put your nnme and defeated Hughes. Elizabethtown "please return" Inside and remember News. j" where your books are visiting. Ella Wister Haines In Christian Herald. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS I I s, i w ELECTION DAY Dry Cleaning, Pressing, ened Precious Loincloth. Could he dropped like a shabby coat at the Is like Said To Be the Sign of a Demo- can. HeBishop"ncqulrod no other Afrihas th graves of cratic Victory. Heavy Polling the court of St. .lames nnd a surprising yift of repartee, using smiles and of Women Votes; Many grunts vhlelly. lie is taller and uulvi Free Rides. than any native In the neighborhood, which Is the locality suburban to Election day, Tuesday, dawned Portuguese Enst. For years he in Cloverport after a bright and fair night litis trekked with missionaries. He tint terrific rain and wind storm the previous. There is an old adage, so niiTled their packs, handled their buds The Breckenridge News is told, that and moMiiito netting over mile of trail. His name was chosen by hima rainy day means a Republican victory and a sun shiny day is favorable self. In memory of Bishop Hartell. to the Democrats. So the Democrats with whom he traveled. of the community looked for a victory Yet the bishop Is still a heathen in Cloverport at least, on this fair and proud of It. Among the other Afelection day. It seemed as if every automobile in ricans In any given traveling party he town was put in use. There were a lot Is as conscious of his heathen.11distincof free rides and many made happy tion as Tom Sawyer's friend m was of ids reputation for having seen eviJ for atime. There was a heavy polling of votes spirits. at the poles. It is estimated 1,200 votes On a recent expedition a missionary were cast, the largest number ever saw the bishop for the first time and voted here. Particularly did the wo- was particularly bishmen come out both in white and col- op's pride in his struck witha the loincloth, a new epoch in ored races. It was trifle fashioned from monkey their lives, the beginning of a new brass day when they could thoroughly ex- skin and liullt around a ercise their own rights and indepen- riii. It began to rain. The bishop dence of thought. So they faced it, looked solicitously at the garment leaving household duties behind and much as a lady caught umbrellaless many got out early in the day.. will look at her new snrins: Milt when In the Fourth precinct the bal- rain comes. The bishop hud no lots almost gave out before the poles hut from somewhere he proclosed. Uniy a tew ot tne women 01 duced a Prince A'bert coat and butrural routes came in to vote but the toned it tightly nbotit him. It served streets were filled with men At each precinct tjie women of Its purpose. The new loincloth escaped both parties took turn about in stand- unscathed. World Outlook. ing outside the polls and gave the woJason a Legendary Character. men instructions on voting. There were deputy policemen apJason was the lender of the Argo-nnutpointed for the day. However the expedition In Oreek legend. The absence of whisky made this presi- equivalent of his name In Greek Is election a peaceful and quiet the henler or ntnner. Jnson was tudential one. and there was no contention or tored nml brought up under Chiron, n strife at any of the voting places. Greek myth renowned for his wisdom 'Why I Put Up With Rats for Years," and skill In medicine, hunting, music nnd prophecy. Jasnn's greatest exWrites N. Winsdor, Farmer. ploit wns his expedition with the Ar"Years ago I bought some rat pois- gonauts In quest of the finlden Fleece. on, which nearly killed our fine watch Jason secured this hy Hip nld of .Mdog. It so scared us that we suffered edea, n sorceress who fell In love with him. She protected him from the bulls a long time with rats until mv neighThat's breathing fire and hoofed with lii-bor told me about RAT-SNAthe sure rat killer and a safe one." which he was obliged. In order to oh-t- n Three sizes. .'iSc. Owe, $1.25, Sold and In the lleeoe. to yoke to the plow. guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., She nlso protected him from the Cloverport. and B. F. Beard & Co., armed men who sprang up from the Hardinsburg Advertisement. dragon's teeth which he wns required to sow In the fields. Medea fled with Sure Sign. Doctor Well, how are you today? Jnson and the fleece and married him. Patient I think I'm somewhat im- Ten years Inter Jason abandoned her proved. My inheritors are looking after she hud murdered Creusa, whom glum and dissatisfied Jnson had determined to mnrrv. Va-vat- i. well-tailore- d e lc P. sa The ODD ITEMS FROM EVERYWHERE, An infant in Guinea is usually buried in sand up to its waist whenever the mother is busy, and this is the only cradle it ever knows. I door And never he put on again. wish we could come on it all unaware, Like the hunter who finds a lost trail,, And I wish that the one whom our blindness had done The greatest injustice of all Could he at the gates, like an old friend that waits For the comrad he's gladdest to hail. 1 Repairing and Dyeing Old clothes made to look good as new with the Hoffman Sanitary Steam Presser. One of the latest and most machines on the up-to-d- ate I Mrs. Agnes White of Carrollton, III., has worn the same , black silk i dress to the Green County Fair, at least one day each year, for GO years. The dress is still in perfect condition, We would find all the things we intended to do Ouc forgot and remembered too late; without a break in the fabric. It was Little praises unspoken, little promises broken, made in I860. I market. J. B. Rhodes Recreation HARDINSBURG, KY. Room And all the thousand and one George Murch, of Bar Harbor, lost a valuable fox hound at the time that the British warship Calcutta was in the harbor. Learning that the dog had been taken to England he succeeded in interesting the British ambassador in the matter with the result that the dog will shortly be returned to his Maine home. The consuls of 42 Nations have offices in New York City. Almost all of these are located in Manhattan below Wall street. It is said that Paris has the only exclusively women's theater in the A I Little duties neglected that might have fected The day for one lesj fortunate. per- I i It wouldn't he possible not to he kind In the Land of Beginning Again; And the ones we misjudge and the ones .whom we grudge Their moments of victory here Would find in the grasp of our loving hand clasp More than penitent lips could explain. For what had been hardest we'd know had been best, And what seemed lost would be gain: For there isn't a sting that will not take wing When' we've faced it and laughed it away; And I think that the laughter is most what we're after In the Land of Beginning Again. We guarantee our work to be satisfactory in every particular. Orders by Parcel Post shall have our prompt attention. Send us a trial order. J. B. RHODES Hardinsburg, Ky. world. m, -- ... ,. m Tj. JTJi .assyrsressteftai-.;wjmi- EmsOKcXI California judge recently an automobile speed maniac to sen-tenc- 121 9Mm 7HM Waoom cJOhHIkEBk Mwkary nMUHLT ' I A Real Boy's Stors-Thir- d Floor H a - Axsss is mam ofthi JUrr Matmial and WMKMMMMIP WAOOM COMTaWTIOM. 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You can't get a real wagon bargain without them. They In the wagonyoubuy Read the guarantee: n .'Hi-To- assure the kind of service and length of show you the Deere Wagon 'J3-To- n service that makes wagon use pay most rouint and mm JirrrasoM on thefront endgate. - GraKVi'ffe Louitvillm-t- he Children' fcBurfim 6fons Metropolis of-Ken- tucky Fordsville Planing Mill Co. i'ordbvtlle, JAKt WILSO.N, Miiuk.i Kentucky Automotive Company Imorportted First and Broadway, Louisvilla Keulucky Barber Shop Third Floor ..fcikiBSiiiSJtLA'k! AjjL D i NOVEMBER ' S, 1H0 cousin, Mrs. Jesse Isoni, and Mr. Isom, and of their father, 5. T. Smith, of Patesvitlc, last week. ( 1 THE BRECKINRIDGE. NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 7011 PAGE FIVE ffp Vmktttrftgr Nrum 3, 1920 i WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER SOCIETY ITEMS Of Garner-Wilso- atered at the Pott Office at Cloverprt, Ky. Va., is the guest of her m second cUn mitter. and Mrs. R. L, Oelzc. o o-- -n Mrs Joe Ross, If Parkcrsbtirg, o oo V. parents, Mr. Personal n Interest I NOTE 1'leaie notify the editor win,- deiire advertUtmentt dltcontinued. FOR SALE FOK SAI.K Wine Sap Apples for sale at 7.. T. Hardin's, Holt, Ky. KOH SALE 8 acres of four room I g, RATES FOR POLITICAL MENTS. ANNOUNCE- the marriage, Per Precinct and City Offices. t 2.B0 arc doing 'light housekeeping in the ber 21,announce daughter, Miss Octoof their S S00 Jessie For Lountjr Uthcet- i bimous flat. ii5.no For State and Dlitrlct Opvet. .a Francis Garner, Louisville, to Mr. O o0 For Calli. per line .10 ' Mrs. T J. Kerry and daughter, I' rank Mcnaugh Wils'.n, balem, Intl. .10 For Cardi, per line- l. Louisville Martha Board, and siter, Miss Francis For all Publication! In the intereat o( indiriduala or exprenlon of Individ c,is Smith, returned Friday from a per .10 visit with Mr. ul views, and Mrs. II. A. Daw-- , Birthday Dinner ley in Parkcrsbtirg, VV. Pa., for three Given For Mrs. Chas Keil. I Courier-JournaI Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Duncan, who Marriage Announced. have been living in Marion, Ky for Mr. and Mrs. J. T Garner, the past year, have returned here and Hardins-bur- '" 000 of 0 acres, land; has and nice cellar; two meat house; one cnicKcn nouc; iced narn and crib combined; foe house and crib combined; some Rood fencing about 'l't young fruit trees: some (trapes; mile from church and school. Write O. T. Oldham, Stephensport, cottage cistern; one which Farm consisting is overflow Ky. Election News Absorbed All Talk This Week! Next week we will tell you of the good things we are showing for fall and winter. Another Lot Of Narcissus Bulbs Just Came In STARK-LOWMA- N '. I Mrs. Charles Hamblctou gave a Mr. William Harret, of Owensboro, beautiful dinner Thursday noon, at FOK SALE Ford machine, new fenders, new tires, in every way, runs was the .guest of his sister, Mrs. J. her home on River street in the East like a sewing machine. Price $2.v0 and Byrne Svers, and Mr. Severs, Satur- End, in honor of the birthday of her guaranteed Also have 3 head of horses and two mules. Prices right. Emmet Johnday. . sister-in-laMrs. Charles Keil. oo o of the Louis I Covers were laid for Mrs. Hamble- - son, Guston, Ky. Miss lane Linhtfoot. Mrs. One eight hoe Hoosier Wheat Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Pumphrey, Jr., ville Conservatory 'of Music, Louis- ton, Mrs. Keil.Hardin Sallie Moorman,) FOR SALE Fertelizer attachment. Beauchdrill, with Mrs. Hilary and Mrs. Joe amp and Durton, Mystic, Ky. returned Saturday from Cleveland, ville, spent the week-en- d with her , Beavin. Ohio. Returning via Indianapolis, parents, Dr. F. L. Liglitfoot, and Mrs. FOR SALE Old newspapers, fie a bunch. ooo Ind., they spent a few days in that Liglitfoot. Breckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky. j Clubs Are Closed place. o -- o o ooo FOK SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages. Miss Emma Hagman, of Skillman, For Religious Services The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. Forrest Dryden Weatherholt, was-- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul The Ladies Reading Club and the of State University, Lexington, spent Lewis, Friday. TYPE WRITER FOR SALE Wednesday Club have been called off Tuesday with his parents, Mr. and for this week owing to the Baptist FOR SALE Remington typewriter No. I. Miss Agneta Mattingly, of OwensMrs. Marion Weatherholt. Remodeled. boro, spent last Sunday and Monday revival and the Week of Prayer in ation call or Good as new. Further informwrite The Breckenridge Newi, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Sippel and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. the Methodist church, Cloverport, Ky, ooo daughter, Miss Selma Sippel were in Darst, and sister, Miss Mary Joe MatMr. and Mrs. Hamman Louisville last week to attend the tingly. WANTED Give 12 O'Clock Dinner. ooo Gypsy Smith' revival. They ' were Rev. Frank E. Lewis, who attendguests of Mr. and Mrs. Sippet's daughWANTED To buy eaw rig and engine, write Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hamman or call to see me at Heard's atore, llardins-liurg- . ter, Mrs. R. Seymour Padgett, and ed the Gypsy Smith revival meeting Tom Ryan. in Louisville, was in Cloverport, gave a twelve o'clock dinner Sunday Mr. Padgett. Thursday morning enroute to his at their home in the West End Their FARM WANTED Mr. Hiram Moorman, of Louisville, home in Lewisport. guests included: Misses Lucile Givens, ooo To hear from owner of farm or was here Tuesday. Maud Griffith, and Mary Christina WANTED good land for sate worth the price asked. o Miss Edna McGavock, of Webster, Hamman. Messrs. Mike Tucker, I.. C. Jones, Box .V1, Olney, III. Mrs. E. T. Haynes, of Durant, spent the week-en- d with her cousin and Jess Hall. Okla., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Master Maurice Bandy, WANTED At once. Timber cutters and tie o makers. Good prices. Write or call J. M. .Frank P. Payne. Rhodes, Webster, Ky. Beavin is in Holt, Ky., PRESIDENTS HARRISON'S ooo Mrs. Hettie DAUGHTER TO WED. Maud Mattingly, of Indiana-poll- s, visiting her daughter, Mrs. John H. Mrs. WANTED Live foxes. Gabe Taul, Hardins-burg- , accompanied by her uncle, Thos. Walker, and Mr. Walker, Ky. New York, Nov. 1. The engageooo Gough, was here Saturday the" guest ment was announced today of Miss Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Mudd, who of her sister, Mrs. N. H. Quiggins, LOST Blaine. Harrison and and Mr. Quiggins, before leaving for resided in Illinois, for a year, return- Elizabeth Miss Harrison James youngis the LOST $."50 Victory Bond in Cloverport, last ed to their home near McQuady Walker. Owensboro that night. week. Return to Robert Hamman, Cloverest daughter of the late Benjamin Monday. ooc president cf port, and receive reward. Harrison, twenty-thir- d ooo Mr. and Mrs. Steve Davis, William Mrs. M. Brooks, of Irvington, went the United States, whose grandfather, and Weber Butler and Everett Carman, of Harned, were in Louisville, to Fordsville, Monday to see Mr. William Henry Harrison, was president also. last week to hear Evangelist Gypsy Brook's mother, who is ill. rUra Your Corset oo Mr. Walker is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Made For You Miss Nell Jones returned to Hard-insbur- James Blaine Walker. His grandfathMonday from a visit with er, .the late Maj. Robert C. Walker, Miss Anna Dunlevy, of Cannelton, Ind., spent Sunday with Mrs. Chas. her sister, Mrs. L. W. Parker, in married Miss Elizabeth Gillespie y 28'rw) if irmcTty cmtom mam Louisville. Blaine, elder sister of the late James Hambleton. ooo ooo G. Blaine, whose long career in AmerLeonard Furrow, of Waynoaka, ican politics is one of the noted chapMisse Elizabeth Beauchamp, Margaret Copage and Mary Lamar, of Okla , was here last week visiting his ters in the history of this country. Hawesville, were the guests of Miss- relatives. Miss Harrison is a lawyer, a memo es Corine Quiggins, Saturday. Mrs. Fred Ferry, of Louisville, was ber of the bar of Indiana and New o oo will not let marriage interMrs. C. F. Compton, of St. Louis, the guest of Mrs. Sallie Beard in York. Sheher profession The wedding fere with Mo., arrived Tuesday to be the guest Hardinsburg a few days last week. probably will take place soon. ooo of Miss Mary McGavock. MRS. R. T. POLK Miss Forrie Hardin and niece, Miss Cloverport, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hawkins and Lucile Hardin, of Holt, were in Clov- COUPLE IS MARRIED CO. weeks. FOR ,SAI.E Solid oak dinning table (extension) and six chairs like new can be seen at II. F. Heard & Co., A bargain. Louisville Representatives J. C. NOLTE & BRO. oo Local Church News THE MOST SUCCESSFUL Don't think you arc a failure you are not doing big things in a great city; because your name is not in the great newspaper; because you are not piling up wealth. If you are doing your level best where you are; if you are honest, industrious, square; if you are making each day an advance upon the previous one: if you are cheerful under difficulties, helpful and inspiring to everybody about you if you are taking every opportunity to improve yourself, to make yourself a larger and a nfobler man, you arc infinitely more successful than a greedy, hard, selfish millionaire. because HOME-MAKIN- oo m-w- rm g, oo are visiting Mrs. Hawkins' sister, .Mrs. Eli Chapin, and Mr. Chapin, after an absence of sixteenyears. ooo . Miss Louvilla Ross, of Parkersburg. W. Va., is visiting her brother, Mr. John A. Ross, and Mrs. Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beard, of Hardinsburg, were the guests of Mrs. Beard's sister, Mrs. F. L. Liglitfoot, Dr. Lightfoot and Miss Jane Light-foo- t, Sunday. I MR tyo daughters, from Seattle, Wash., erport. Tuesday.o Miss Margaret Sutton, of Owensguest of Miss boro. was the week-en- d '"ft Mrs. V. G. Babbage returned home Sunday from a visit with her son. A. Wallace Babbage in Harlin. Ky. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Robert Board, who has been visiting in Bewleyville. and will remain here several days bfore returning to her home in Houston, Texas. o o o o o o Laura Lockard and grand- -' daughter. Miss Hazel Lockard. of Nokomas, 111., Mrs. Carrie Bassinger' and daughter, Miss Lucille Bassinger, VISITORS FROM NEW MEXof Fonda, Iowa, were guests of their ICO IS 75 YEARS "YOUNG" Mr. J. C Wheeler, of Santa Fe, New Mexico, reached here Tuesday GUARD YOUR LUNGS WITH and is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fitch. This is Mr. Wheeler's former home and his first visit back here in eleven years. He is r years "young",- and altho LUNGARDIA opens the respiratory organs, removes the thick he claims to be traveling for his health masses of sputum, heals the irritahe apparently doesn't need to. Mr. ' tion, dispels the cough and cold. Wheeler is related to Miss Eunice Unsurpassed in spasmodic Croup, Bronchitis, difficult breathing, and Wheeler of this city. Thousands Mrs. Atlantic City, Nov. 1. This town's first marriage "up in the air," an4 per- busie Squires. haps the first seaplane marriage on record, took place today, 11,000 feet ' above VANILLA OBTAINED FROM and beach, the board-wal- k WILD PIMENTO LEAVES. which were crowded with the curious. I Mrs. Louis F. Wolfe, daughter of According to experiments recently Augustus Pitou, New York theatrical performed in London, the island of producer, was married to Samuel L. jamacia may become a new source of Bater, of Philadelphia. Bater is in the supply for vanilla flavoring extract. wire business and is an It has been found that the leaves of man. the wild pimento tree which grows Mrs. Wolfe's only exclamination as on the island yield a high percentage she emerged from the cabin was of eugenol. from which vanillin, or "thrilling." Her only regret was that crude vanilla, may be obtained, dec- her two children by a farmer marriage lares an article in the November Pop- were unable to accompany her. ular Mechanics Magazine. The disThe city recorder, who was in the covery is valuable economically as cabin of the plane, performed the well as commercially, inasmuch as ceremony at an altitude of II.oOO feet. the halfway product beLower down the plane let loose tween eugenol and vanillin, may be its siren audshrieked the news through made by merely fermenting the pi- the sky. An answering roar mounted mento leaves. up from the bench. I oo 3,000 FEET IN AIR. LUCKY AND UNLUCKY The first week of November, including 2nd to 0th. is being oberved by the Woman's Missionary Societies throughout the Southern Methodist churches, as the Week of Prayer. Prayer meetings are held every day of this week except Saturday, in the Cloverport Methodist church at 3:30 o'clock. Programs are arranged for each meeting, and special emphasis will be laid upon praying for the work among the missionaries both at home and abroad. The women of Cloverport are very cordially invited to attend, -(- o)Donations for the Methodist orphans Home for their Thanksgiving box will be received at the Methodist parsonage for the next three weeks. Canned fruit, good clothing and cash donations arc accepted. (o) Two residences on the Hill are being greatly improved with new concrete work. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lewis is having a spacious concrete porch built across the front of it with the steps and walks of the same. And a concrete walk is being laid in front of the home of Mr. and DAKS Mrs. H. H. Hardin. -- RECOGNIZED AS AN EXPERT PROFESSION G I ANCIENT AND MODERN NAMES Writer LUNGARDIA Contends That Present.Day Appellations Lack the Euphony of the Olden Times. community. Saturday evening many of the children were out on a ghost Cold, hnrd statistics prove that the walk and played a few slight pranks greatest number of premier awards to remind one of the festive season. for gallantry were won on Monday. No other tiny showing anything like TOM THUMB, FAMOUS the same record, though the much DWARF, SUCCUMBS. maligned Friday stands out noticeably. Middleboro, Mass, Oct. 31. Count Which fact gives some color to the Priino Magri, second husband of Mrs. superstitions many people have about Tom Thumb and himself a famous certain dnys of the .veek helng lucky, dwarf, died at a local hospital here tonight after an illness of two weeks. while others nre unlucky. "1 years Tuesday seems to be the had day He was weeks agoold. Two Count Magri, who of the week: cnlimiltle nre fur more was 37 inches tall and weighed 53 common on that day rlmn on nny oilier pounds, held an auction sale of the day. Itallwny disasters. (Ires, street late Tom Thumb's effects and those accidents the record In each case Is of- his wife. With the proceeds he planned to And It Is held easily by. Tuesday. the day most favored. too. hy thoe return to Italy, the country of his birth. who. desire to put tin end to their exist - Study of Statistics Will Enable most Any One to Justify His Pet Belief. Al- - Hallowe'en, which fell this year on Sunday, passed by practically unnoticed by the young foiks of the Chicago, Oct. 23. The housewife was officially admitted to the ranks of the expert professions today at the breakfast of the National Home Market Guide. "It is no worse to stay at home and wash dishes than it is to pound a typewritter," Mrs. T. Vernett Morse, executive secretary, declared. "Home-making is an expert profession, and the woman who stays at home and keeps house should receive as much honor and recognition as her sister in the business world or public life." PHILADELPHIA BIRTHS JUMP. Philadelphia, Oct. 25. Philadelphia's birth has shown a notiable increase in the first eight months of 1920, after a decline during the war. The excess this year has been 193 births a month over 1919. and if the present rate continues will be far in excess of previous years. PERMANENT DENTIST Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON Office ence." - such kindred diseases. attest to its great irtue. If LUNGARDIA fails your money returned. Price, 00c and $1.20 per bottle. Manufactured by LUNGARIDA CO., Dallas, Texas FOR SALE BY WEDDING'S DRUO STORE Cloverport, Ky . ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE ' All persons having claims against the estate of Mrs. Ethel O. Hills, assigned, will present the same properly proven to the undersigned at his office on or before December 1st, 1920. Jesse R. Eskridge, Assignee, Hardinsburg. Kv. 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 1916 ,1918 1919 1918 1918 1919 HERCULES 5 PASSENGER Touring 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER ALLEN 5 PASSENGER FORD 5 PASSENGER DODGE ONE FORD TRUCK 1 FORDSON TRACTOR, with plows and disc ONE DELKER BUGGY, brand new, less than cost. CASINGS, $15.00 AND UP INNER' TUBES, $2.00 AND UP IF YOU WANT A IARGAIN Spenklng of New England nnmes. the genealogical columns of the Trim-- I script are Indeed n standing proof thnt the seventeenth nnd eighteenth century nnmes possessed much more of snap, flavor nnd euphony than our twentieth century mimes possess. Pick up the genealogical department at random nny iliiy nnd you will And such fine nr.d resonunt mimes as Betsey Keyes. Putty Holhrook. Ontes. Polly Arnold. Darius Dewey, Prudence Knnd. Thankful Sawyer. Thankful ,Vvcnnih. Ilnnntih Pike. Dehorn h Clnr!;. nnd .loiinthnn Rich nil of which tire from one recent column. It Is true that the same column contains nnmes which are not exactly euihnulniiti. and are Indeed rather hnnl nuts to crack; these for example: Leafy Hultim) n woman; whence the niinie of Leafy Hntsel Hlgglim. Sparrow Hlgglns. Abigail Nash. Zerulnh Jewel, nnd Airy Lock-wooIn the previous number of the same department are found the nnmes Content Brown. Tuhlthn Holdredgo. nnd Keturah Bassett. The Nomnd once encountered In nn old book the name of Camilla Scud, der. Was there ever a swifter name than thnt? And what about the name of Uepzlbah Hathaway of New Bedford, found In Emery's bonk on the Howland Heirs? The Nomad In Bos ton Transcript. Fit ramekin dishes with slices of stale bread removing crust. Toast and butter these pieces and lay into bottom of dishes; moisten each piece toast with three or four teaspoons oysters; dot tops with bits of butter drunkenness. There Is nothing very distinctive and set ramekin dishes into large pan nhniit Thursday be.xonil the fact iliul and cover closely. Bake until oyster beards are ruffled; remove tnd sprinkle It Is the day upon which the birth with salt and pepper. Return to oven noilce-ablIs highest: and Sunday rate for moment longer and serve at once only for Its 'low ileni in ramekin dishes. Wednesday Is, above all the rest, the day of weddings. This applies to I e Saturday also has a had reputation: Its spwlnlty Is murders: and fully hnlf the petty crime that l dealt with In the police courts occurs on that Hut pmhiihly thnt Is because day. .Saturday also holds the record fin OYSTER RAMEKINS r MASONIC BUILDING Hardinsburg, Ky. ERNEST DENHAIW LICENSED AUCTIONEER able Fee , Will cry all sales at a reasonWrite or phone me at Hardinsburg, Ky. nil classes, and nearly as many nre celebrated on that day mar-rlage- s anne Mon- as upon any three of the others. treal Herald. Cold Weather Necessities! $4.98 Ladies good quality sweaters with belts, colors purple, rose and green. Splendid values. PERISH THE THOUGHT Grateful Carlo. In Kentucky three men were shot to death in a light about a dog which one of them had killed. Some men never live long enough to lenrn thnt when n. dog becomes personal property the tie of pride and affection makes the animal n serious proposition to be trilled with, and that tunny men were born to love dogs. This reminds us thnt In the happy days of boyhood our most faithful ami devoted friend wns an old pointer named Curio. Never did we cut a lunch out of doors without sharing It with the devoted Carlo, and thnt noble and loving dog Invariably manifested his gratitude by shaking himself vigorously and letting us In a reciprocal way have about .10 per cent of his Orleans fleas. New nctlve most AT $1.50 DJ.t0 lOWEORKB fleeced union suits, size 34, 36, and 38. Larger sizes 25c Per garment Grey Wool Mixed Men's Shirts and Drawers. Union Suits in good quality ribbed, bleached and unbleached, size 34 to 44. (PI QO Men's "Dura ware" (PI PA Ladies Good Quality extra. Per Garment Men's (PI tDX.Vl Ribbed Shirts and Drawers. i( K(n JUL Ladies Black Wotl Hose all sizes. (PI QQ Men's Grey Knitted fDLtUO Sweater Coats and Vest, sizes 36 to 48. Big values. Ladies fleece 35c Good quality. lined Hose COME TO SEE US LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY LEWKP0RT. KY. Ed Pointer wonders if Uncle Joe States. Cannon smoked while the doctors were fixing up his fractured wrist. We He Getsi Them Eating and Sleeping. think maybe the air was blue, but it "That was an awfully big tip you might not have been from smoke. gave the waiter Charles I" Portland Press. "Got to jolly him along, darling, He owns the apartment house we live Some Time Ago, in Fact. in." Lift. Do you remember when it was the fashion to be little a small amount A man standing between two of money by referring to it as "just churches at Lubec heard the choir at Toronto Globe. one service sing: "Shall there be any Before $5 bills were chicken feed. stars in my crown?" Immediately Boston Globe. And we used $10 bills for penwipers. came the answer from the other choir "No not one." Berkshire Eagle. car-fare- ?" SPECIAL! VpZJ borders. d ? A This week we are selling a splendid quality grey blanket, size 50x80 with pink or blue THE STOKE OF GOOD VALUES ,o Y V GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVEKPORT, KY i ' c i 1 THE BUkCKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVEAPORT. KBHTUCKY NOVBMMR i, mm W0t0tft0 THE TIME Beginning Saturday, November 6th and continuing for, two solid weeks H. WILSON & COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY THE EVENT Will demonstrate the last of this store's leadership in the swim toward lower prices I DOWN! DOWN! DOWN! GO PRICES IN WILSON'S GREAT PRICE ADJUSTMENT SALE $25,000.00 WORTH OF MERCHANDISE WILL BE SACRIFICED I Misses' Gingham Dresses Ages 12 to 18 HOSIERY! HOSIERY! We carry the largest line of hosiery in this end of the county. Wc have it for the infant and 'then for the fat women who seldom find the out sizes. Special No. 1 Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, strictly firsts, positively a 25c 1 number per pair only X I Hose In values up to only per pair COc for I We are meeting the conditions of today with offerings at a price. The command has gone forth to every sales fellow to SELL THE GOODS. This means a cutting of prices in every department in which you will find the swellest bargains imaginable. up-to-d- ate A H Beautiful color combinations. High grade workmanship. Some tailored, some trimmed with buttons and braid. All beauties. $7.50 $0 00 $5 00 $4.00 $.1 00 100 VALUABLE PREMIUMS I Will be given away absolutely free during this sale. These will be on display during the sale. To get your premium you must come in person with your own sales bill. Positively you cannot bring your neighbor's sales bill and draw a premium on same. These premiums consist of millinery goods, cloaks, dresses, sweaters, underwear, shoes for Ladies, Misses and Children, fine hosiery, fine waists, dress goods, gloves, corsets, all kinds of Ladies' Furnishings and notions. Every premium will bear a number. See if the number on your NUMBER sales bill corresponds with these numbers and if so, the premium is yours FREE. values for values fo-rvalues for, values for values for .14.98 . 3.98 - ,itJs &! QE? . . 8.88 8.67 1.98 2t Special No. 8 Ladies' Silk Hose In $1.00 values in strictly per pair firsts; only Middy Blouses Big assortment. Wonderful bargains. Prices reduced on every middy. Neatly tailored, fine workmanship. 48c Cotton Special No. 4 Ladies' $1.50 Silk Hose, alt colors, " high grade merchandises (p f per pair only - u)X9 Special No. While they 8 last, Children's Special No. 6 Ladies' $3.50 Black and White Silk Hose, finest quality; per (AH par only u)Dt( 4 i Rain Coat Specials Yes, people we have a dandy line of Ladies' Rain Coats. The knife has been applied in this department. Big bargains here see them. Women's New Fall Blouses in Silk and Cotton and Georgette the newest fall Models beautifully trimmed and tailored. .15.98 Values up to $10.00 choice up to $7.50 choice -- 14.98 up to $6.00 choice for--- 93.48 VERY FINE VOILES Values up to $4.00 choice --$3.69 up to $3.00 choice for.. -- 91.98 Crepe-de-Chifor-Valufor-Valu- 1 ' NOTICE If You Should Fail To Receive a Numbered Sales Bill You Can Get One At Our Store. Silk Poplins at Prices Fine quality, all colors, per yard high lustre, es es Pre-W- ar, yard wide, In for-Val- ues NOTION PRICES REDUCED! ff 98c Corset Prices Reduced Ribbons and in all in all widths and qualities. .69c .55c .35c 50c grade for 25c grade for 15c $1.00 grade for- 75c grade for -- grade for 17c lie grade for 7Vc 5c grade for Safety Pins Extra quality, 15 on the card our 10c number 74c Hair Nets The best 10c one on the market for only 7jc 10c -- Thread Cotton and silk all colors and sizes, per spool 7Jc Dress Clasps Our 10c number in all sizes at only:: 7c Every corset will be reduced in price during this sale. See the wonderful bargains in this department. Give the body comfort and rest by using a properly fitting corset. The nationally known GOSSARD AND MADAME GRACE Corsets will do this All Sizes of Sweaters and from the Best to the Cheapest A great big line to select from. Priced lower than ever. Yes people we mean what we say they are priced lower than ever. See the newest styles, see the wonderful bargains. Don't crowd, but come 9 $ Dress Fasteners The 10c quality for only regular 7jc early. I Special Sale of Millinery! GREATLY REDUCED PRICES THROUGHLINE. OUT THE ENTIRE MILLINERY Attractive new fall models will be properly fitted to your face by expert milliners. The same careful workmanship will be given the cheapest hats that the ones of our better class receive. Every hat in our shop will be a realbargain. Compare our millinery prices with any catalogue house or any other shop and you will readily see the enormous savings. Ladies' Winter Vests and Pants Special Cloak Sale! LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S One of the largest lines to select from in Ohio county, We carry the better grades the medium priced and the cheap coats. Prices to suit the purse. For This Great Sale We Have Lowered The Already Low Prices That! Were On These Goods. Get it folks, get it We say that prices on every coat in the house will be reduced. Bring any catalogue from any place and we will show you that we can save you money. We have a few carried over numbers that we propose to close at $15.00 $10.00 $7.50 $5.00 Hoosier Cotton SALE PRICE 15c PER YARD Heavy Weight 69c A bleached, stout knit garment that wil give excellent service. It's the kind some will charge you $1.00 for. Ladies Silk and Silk Jersey Undershirts Canton Flannel 25c A dandy good one, regular width and a real Site value ' $6.50 VALUES $4.98 ! They are beauties Rich color combinations. Beautiful flouncings, fine materials. -- a price. DRESS GINGHAMS Very fine quality in the L'8 and 32 inch cloth of highest quality. Do not confuse this cloth with that offered by mail order houses as standard cloth as theirs is a very much lighter weight and narrower in width. Our cloths are the same quality that has been sold as high as 50c per yard. While it lasts only Quilt Batting A 3 4 lb. batting all in one roll. It is securely tacked and is folded in the roll ready to go into the quilt. Very fine quality material. Values will be closed at Values will be closed at Values will be closed at Values will be closed at 95.00 $3.33 92.50 91.98 Ladies' Teddy Bear Suits $2.00 VALUES $1.19 Of very fine soft finish nainsook m J Children's Gingham Dresses Ages Special Sale Price only 29c per yard Special sale price per roll rtt-- f tDXaXO 33c per yard jn - to 12 years Coat Suit Sale! PRICES LOWERED HERE Not a Coat Suit in our house will escape being rduced in price. Wonderful bargains will be found here. DON'T DELAY! BUY TODAY! These come in fine Broadcloths, Serges, Wool Velours, Trico-tineBraid trimmed, plain tailored. s. Heavy Mottled Flannels This is a full 'J8 weight. Not what Order Houses as Cloth" and is sold per yard. inch cloth; is a heavy is known by many Mail their "Standard 20 inch by some at 40c and 50c These come in solid colors plaids and stripes. All elega'ntly made and trimmed. Mothers cannot make dresses at the following put prices. Every dress a rare bargain. $5.o0 dresses Spcial Sale price $3.33 $4 00 dresses Special Sale Price. .92.67 $3.00 dresses Special Sale Price- .91.98 $2.50 dresses Special Sale Price- -- 91.67 $2.00 dresses Special Sale Price .91.33 $1.50 dresses Special Sale Price 98c $1.00 dresses Special Sale Price 67c Down Go Silk Prices! High grade taffetas, Messalines, Georgettes, Crepes, and Plaid Silks. Beau tiful new fall shades. Values up to $3.50 for per yard e $1.75 .. 41 Ladies' Union Suits $2.00 VALUES $1.29 In winter weights and sold well ti Children's Muslin Pants 50c to 00c values REMNANTS! On our remnant counter you will find some in woolen dress goods,' silks, cotton goods, for every short length of every piece of goods in this table AT A PRICE. Shrewd buyers, are this saving. Why not you? by some made' garments as high as $2.00. WARM BLANKETS A GREAT BIG LINE TO SELECT FROM Values to $12. 5o on Special Sale for Values to $8.50 on Special Sale for Valus to $0.50 on Special Sale for Values to $5.00 on Special Sale for Values to $4.00 on Special Sale for .$8.48 .$6.48 .$4.98 .$3.98 .$3.38 now only A 40c value for only 39c 25c sure enough bargains all purposes. In fact our house is put on taking advantage of 9-- 4 Bleached Sheeting 69c PER YARD Fine quality, heavy weight Our regular '$1.00 grade. Assorted styles made with ruffles. High grade materials. Flannelette Night Gowns $2.00 VALUES $1.29 They are of fine quality and correctly made. BLEACHED COTTON Full 36 inches wide Our 40c and 45c grade on Special Sale at Our 35c grade on Special Sale t Our 30c grade on Special Sale at .29c 25c .19c Ladies' House Dresses $2.00 to $3.00 Values . $1.63 Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! EVERY PAIR OF SHOES IN OUR STORE WILL BE REDUCED IN PRICE FOR THIS GREAT SALE. Most wonderful values will be displayed on our bargain counter. Hundreds of pairs of shoes for the baby, the small Miss, the young ladies and the older ladies will be priced and tagged, on tables for your inspection. Every pair will be a real shoe bargain. Extra Special Fine percale. Neat patterns excellently made GOING DOWN! Q( Fine White goods priced at lower levels in such as voiles, nainsook, etc. $1.25 quality on Special Sale at .89c $1.00 quality on Special Sale -- 75c quality on Special Sale at .58c 50c quality on Special Sale at. .38c at-7- 5c Bed Comforts HEAVY AND WARM A big full sized comfort, fine material, extra well made; sold by many at (TQ $3 00. Our price will be only Mercerized Poplins Reduced In standard width, all colors, fine materials that sold as high as 75c per yard Ht&Kr for per yA tbOaOt jQ k Ladles' Pine Dress Shoes In bright and dull kid, in button and lace in tan and patent leather, the very hnet shoes we carry. They alues up come In $10.00. Sale price I or military heel in toes suitable for the grown girl or older lady. Sold by many as high as $7.00. rt M M Q Sale price will be Straw Ticking A sold by many at 40c to 50c per yard. Sale price only 27 1.2c per 344lO 27c PER very heavy quality YARD rr LOWER PRICED GROCERIES! Soap Grandma's White Naptha 7j4c a 10c value per bar Soap $8.98 yard. Ladies' Everyday Shoe Special A genuine shoe bargain. This is our $3 SO leader. It's of good strong stock in plain or cap toe. Save 81c this shoe by buying it at Extra Special In Ladies' Tan Lace with Military Heel; good height top, very toft; fine quality o( vici stock. It's a shoe equal to any fiuuu QQ value for only nere-to-ior- c Ladies' Skirts Wonderful reductions here. Every skirt price lashed. They must move. They come in serges, silks, both plain and fancy. Poplins, Panamas, etc. See them. Standard Fire Proof Oil Limit of 5 gallons to each customer 90f per g"H"" Tooth Picks Large box for 4c for Soap "y Clean Easy a T3c bar House Six $2.69 Chewing Gum Wrigley's the standard 5c package only .4c Tomato Catchup Fine flavored Large bottle the usual 15c size iQ for ""'y Brooms Well made and give good service only will -- 30c Light flT j)t)t0 for Bluing bars --25c A Real Pippin of a Shoe Value-- It's genuine kid stock (not kid finishpositively solid leather ed leather) through and through with medium low Children's Sunday and School Shoes Every pair of children's shoes will be reduced in price. Cold, wet weather will soon be here. Buy now unci be prepared. Every pair will be a real bargain. Per package 500 Ground and Grain Pepper, Spices Nutmeg, etc. All 5c package now only,, 4c Salmon A good one 20c value 15c for per can Jelly to 15c size for only.,.,. 4c 5c Featherproof Ticking SALE PRICE 56c PER YD. The heaviest made. It's the kind offered by most merchants at 75c per yard. Matches count per box All Putman's, Dye package coldrs. Per 7c In glasses the usual 12j4c 10c Coffe A good oie thoroughly cleaned Our former 25c grade ' for "'y Peaberry Coffee A real Sue grade the usual 40c quality for only per prml We 17J-l- 1 i!uLi..i .'.. NOVEMBER 3, 1130 Specializing In Trial Practice THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, MAKING MONEY OFF KIPLING'S AUTOGRAPHY At one time Rudyard Kipling always paid his bills, no matter how small they happened to be, with checks After a while hc discovcrd, to his amaizement, that his bank account showed a much larger balance than the stubs of his checkbook warranted. In fact while he was drawing checks for small amounts almost daily his money in the bank did not seem to dwindle in the least. For a long time he was at a loss to CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE SEVEN H. L. Bruner, House for Primary E. F. Egart, Election officer November Election VV. H. Gibson, election officer November election. E. B. Frymirc, officer August Primary-. J. G. Frymirc, officer August Primary Jess Walls, Road Election H. L. Bruner, House for road election E. F. Egart, House for road J. G. Frymirc, house for road election: S. B. Laslie, officer road election November 1918. Win. Gibson, officer road election November 1918. J. H. Miller, officer road tirn'np S. B. Laslie, election officer November 1018 T. E. Yates, officer road Wm. Cunningham Election officer November 1918. G. P. Cunningham Election officer November C. B. Cunningham Officer August Primary Will Cunningham, officer read lirtinn Will Cunningham, officer August Election City Hall, (Stphensport) House for August election. Horace McCoy, Officer road election. W. L. Robertson, officer November election, 1918 City Hall, Stephensport, house for November election. R. M. Cart, officer road nlnrtinn Horace McCoy, officer road election Horace McCoy, Officer road election VV. H. Bcauchamp officer August Primary. VV. H. Beauchamp officer August Primary-Hora- ce McCoy, officer road election J. H. Lyons, officer August Primary- Modem Woodmen, house for August primary Modern Woodmen house for November election. J. B. Hottell, Sheriff claims June Bauman, erroneously assessed prtperty. Chas Gross Officer Road Election Chas. Gross, Officer August Primary- Modern Woodmen, house for road election. VV. E. Compton, officer August Primary H. C. Stewart, officer road election R. D. StClair officer August Primary- Mike Lyddan, officer Election November 1918. O. M. Parks, Officer Road Election J. B. Herndon, officer road elction J. B. Herndon, officer election November 1918 Newsom Gardner, House for November election 1918. Newsom Gardner, House for August primary R. A. Kascy, officer August primary- A. J. Dye, officer election November 1918- Berry Norton Officer August primary D. VV. Henry officer August Primary John Akers officer road election J. I. Woosley, officer road, election M. P. Payne officer November election. T. M. Rogers officer road election W. B. Taul officer August primary L. R. Pate, officer August Primary VV. S. Babbage officer August Primary Casper Gregory Officr August Primary W. A. Waggoner, officer November Election. J. E. Weatherholt, officer August Primary Irvin Beavin, officer November Election R. O. Perkins, officer Road Election R. O. Perkins, officer November election C. G. Bradaudt officer road election J. E: Black, officer August Primary. V. W. Waggoner officer August Primary- W. V. Waggoner, officer road election H. L. Waggoner, officer Road Election E. C. Burton, officer road election ,W. L. Cannon, officer August Primary W. L. Cannon, officer November election. W. L. Cannon officer road election M. L. Harl, house for road election M. L. Harl, house for August Primary M. L. Harl, house for November primary. Dr. J. H. Hart House for road election Dr. J. H. Hart House for August Primary E. A. Moore, officer road election F. C. Ruppert, officer road election Claude Pitts, Officer November election. A. C. Glasscock Officer Road Election N. M. Mercer, Officer August Primary W. R. Moorman, Jr., Officer August Primary. W. R. Moorman, Jr., Officer Road Election J. W. Carwile, officer August Primary Luther Ashley, officer Road Election J. S. Noblett Officer August Primary. E. L. Robertson House for August Primary E. L. Robertson house for Road Election E. L. Robertson house for November election. Gid Seaton Officer November Election E. J. Seaton Officer Road Election. . Joe T. Sands Officer August Primary Orval Sands Officer November election E. L. Roberton Officer November election Dr. J. H. Hart house for November election-T- . N. Fentress, Officer November election T. N. Fentress Officer August Primary T. N. Fentress Officer Road Election Joe Glasscock Officer Road Election. B. F. Squires Officer November Election. R. F. Frank Officer August Primary B. F. Squires, Officer Road Election B. F. Frank, Officer August Primary Proctor Keith, House for Road Election-ProctKeith, house for August Primary. Proctor Keith, house for November Election. J. R. Keenan, Officer August Primary Tice McCoy, Officer Road Election. George H. Newman, officer August Primary- Gorge Newman, officer Road Election- George Newman, Officer November Election- C. W. Moorman, Supervisor claim J. A. Barry, Election officer- D. H, Severs, Officer Road Election D, H. Severs,. Officer August Election Henry Solbrig, Officer November election. D. B. Phelps, Officer November Election George N. Harris, Officer August Primary Joe Beavin, Officer November Election R. T. Polk, Officer August Primary R. T. Polk, Officer Road Election R. T. Polk, Officer November Election. T. M. Bates, Officer November Election L. V. Chapin, Officer August Primary L. V. Chapin, Officer November Election MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 20 1M4-7-- CLAIMS ALLOWED BY BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY (Continued From Last Vcek) J. W. Harth, salary as county agent for June. R. N. Warren, oiling street on public square. J. V. Harth, salary as county agent for July W. S. Ball, salary asf county atttrney for June- Farmers' Bank Office rent for County Tax Com. to July 1, 1919. J. L. Ball, Supervisors claim. John Moorman, Janitor at court house-Jo- hn Moorman Janitor at court house. Joe VV. Harth, salary as county agent for May 1918. Standard Printing Co , Printing and binding VV. S. Ball, office rent and janitor service. VV. S. Ball, expense to Frankfort State Tax Com J. C. Lewis, removing paint from court room benches. Record Press Printing- Kincheloe's Pharmacy varnish remover court room benches. John Moorman Janitor Service J. H. Comer, Supervisor's claim. H. F. Hall, Supervisor's claim Joe VV. Harth, salary a count agent. S. VV. Basctt, Supervisor's ctaim A T. Beard, Clerk for supervisors Printing Co , Books. G. O. Blanford, Supervisor's clr.im Standard Printing Co., printing and binding. J. VV. Harth, salary as county agent VV. H. Gibson, Sheriff claims John- - Moorman, Janitor at court house. John D. Babbagc, Printing Record Press, claim. VV. S. Ball, office rent April to November 1, 1918. N. H. Loy, salary as County Agent. VV. S. Ball, salary as County Attorney. P. Morris Beard, work on jail. days work on jail. P. Morris Beard 8 R. Tyler Co., Material for jail John Moorman, Janitor- S. B. Payne, salary as County Judge J. R. Meador, Salary as County Superintendent. 1- -2 August. 2.00 2.0O I Inttr-Southet- n Building FISCAL COURT LOUISVILLE More Than Years Experience fc Dr. O. E. HART April Term 1920 election.. , -- $- 00.C0 2.0o 5.20 2.00 3.C0 2.00 2.00 5.20 2.00 3.C0 25 00 75.00 7.1.00 VETERINARY SURGEON Will be in HARDINSBURG, KY., on the FOURTH MONDAY IN NOV. account for this astonishing fact until he happened one day to visit an office, the accupant of which was an enthusiastic autography collector. There the author saw one of his own checks framed and hanging on the wall. 'Wins the mystery was solved. It appeared that the local shopkeepers found that they often got more for Kipling's checks by selling them to autograph hunters than they could by cashing them at the bank, and so, although the author kept on drawing checks, his bank balance remained almost intact. Los Angles Times. A London parrot recently laid its first egg at the age of 30. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS 00.00 10.30 21.00 2X00 00.00 47.20 37.50 00.00 07.50 52.00 58.78 21.00 25.VI 22.50 f.G.Sli "'"" BLACKSMITH WANTED! 23.5') 2.' 5U 20 M i. 5o 31. 25 2.00 3.60 S.20 fl.2o 2.00 5.20 S.20 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 4.40 4.40 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 4.40 2.00 2.00 84.00 5.83 4.40 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.C0 3.60 . GO. (iG 57. 00 20,,00 14. ,10 GOOD SHOP WITH GOOD TRADE. APPLY TO GREEN 39,,10 49 00 75, ,00 75, ,00 BROTHERS, Falls of Rough, Kentucky DH. W. Offlei B. TAYLOR. Always In office during office hours ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Hoor?s:S;sisPri, Irilngton, Ky. Co., Printing- Luke B. Reeves, salary as County Treas., Aug. 1918 to April 1919. J. R. Meador salary as county superintendent A. T. Beard, making tax bills. VV. H. Dutschke, salary Live Stock Inspector- H. A. Basham, officer Primary August Jess Walls, officer Primary August. Wm, H. Gibson, officer Primary August E. L. Dowell, officers Primary August Brtdley-Gilbert 20 00 34 .00 40 .13 21, 00 100, 00 123 00 140 .20 150 .23 100 00 232, 15 60 3.60 3 4.40 4.40 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 3.60 4.40 2.00 Wm. Gilbert, House for Primary August H. L. Bruner, House for Primary August's. F. Egart, House for Primary, E. F. Egart House for Primary August 300 00 4 40 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 2.00 2.00 3.60 3.40 3.60 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.60 2.00 2.00 2.00 MM MM I icd Twentieth Century Bookkeeping. World's leading systems at j LEAHN GREGG'S SHORTHAND 1 m ii :) Third WHERE TO DEAL LOUISVILLE The South's Largest ' Cleaners and Dyers Ameriratt Ige fflnrfefi 312 E. 11? 2.00 2.00 3.60 2.00 3.60 4.30 Hniiitl 121 I II nil 2O0 4.10 4.10 2.50 2.50 2.00 2.00 Bosler's Garage 423 Nickel and Silver Plating Brass Beds Refinished Stege Brass & Plating Works 448 S. 2.00 2.00 2.00 2 South Third Street 00 at Walnut Louisville. Ky. Walnut St. STORAGE BY DAY OR NIGHT Roe-O'Connor-Gordon Fifth St. sgK 1S63 4.40 2.00 2 00 2.00 Is&stial 1 Mckrcll fli Freeman 304 W. Brecklnridi City 301 24 Months Guarantee Than Any Cheap New Car Leyman Motor Co., inc. 501 E. Broadway Louisville, Ky. DrMWMllnfactfilrhUfc? W wty nfac lnH fiwihi n sari to " m aH U jkm Mtol Ufcfnfk M 51 It IS. nkart m mtj t. UMflMUtw(rtbr'fClfkC4a. ImfKtuttmhtuUhnmiimmipmtmmtmimlhtim Lrf A Used Buick is a Belter Buy AvteneWe Accessaries Athletic art Sprtiif (mis Writtf for Catalog AUGUST R. BAUMER 'Say It With Flowers MasonlcTcmple, Fourth and Chestnut 4.40 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 4th Street at Broadway I - UTAK.1SHKD I. DOLFINGER & CO. incokpoiUtbi r 442 f A & "' Clermont Cafeteria uhm rwrrH avenue Commercial School CHINA-GLASSW- ARE OIFT House Furnishing Goods .GOODS A SPECIAL FEATURE vtaj2U2ias.nsm UbM mi THE STANDARD PRINTING CO.. ISM r ti mmimiv Mceafoamo metmrnon or "The Home of 2.00 4.10 4.40 4.40 . 2.00 2.00 2.00 loubtiuxet. TRAINS YOUNG PEOPLE FOR GOOD EMPLOYMENT AND SUCCESS Mi it. m or wet tnct. twiurm rt. Good Food" hdc wm 423 WEST MARKET STREET Miffiken Battery Service Co. New Mnldooo Mooumeit Ct. Distributors of W. K. STEWART CO. (tNCOXMBATED ITn Wa MwBicam (ss Monuments, Markers Formerly Dealing's Willard Batteries 435 E. BROADWAY and Memorials BOOKS, STATIONERY, 425 S. 825427 SOUTH THIRD STREET OFFICE FURNITURE Fourth Avenue, Katie Uaee-Stna-i -- ARTISTIC WALL 443-445 4.10 4.10 2.00 3.C0 3 CO 3.40 3 00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 4.40 2.00 2.00 2 00 25.30 2.00 2.00 2.00 2 00 3.00 3. GO 2.00 3 00 3.C0 3.60 2.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 THEO.TAFEL 319 SOUTH THIRD STREET MuNfuturari f 950 rOURTH AVCNVC-TJWISV- 417 S. THIRD STREET J. L. STRASSEL CO. S. THIRD ST. PAPm or Elastic Hosiery, Braces Abdominal Supporters and Trusses LADY ATTENDANT I KODAKS MAIL ORDERS filVEN IMMEDIATE ATTENTION Beautiful Cut flower SPECIAL SOC LUNCH MUSIC Draping, Wall Decoration, Painting, Upholstering, Furniture Making and Rcflnlshing Estimates and Sugjutloni Submitted W. D. GATCHEL & SONS Fifth and Walnut Louisville 5oobfe 634 ar&en S. 4TH NOTICE SHOUP OPTICAL CO. has removed to 311 List Your Farms With WHEELER JIEALTV W. ESTATE Sarvlc REAL Kentucky Chocolate Shoppe GUTHRIE ST., SPEED BUILDING ALA- - AUCTION VTV SALES iJuTSmtlsfWi ANDREW ILARI Delicatessen and Fruit Automobile Lunches a Specialty The Rehm-Zeih- er (Incorporated) Co. Oscar Farmer & Sons DEHLER BROS. CO. Incorporated Hay Grain QUALITY Investment Securities Main Street "Where Service Satisfies" No. 430 Weet City Elevator and Warehouse Roofing POULTRY, ANIMAL, DAIRY FEEDS Fencing 213 N. 15th and 122 N. 4th St. HARDWARE 116 Buschemeyer Bros. iimun nfimM if nat ioUtfattory i 4th at Broadway Reinforcing Steel Expanded Metal E. MARKET ST. p&niw GIKiaBS- Rosoline lest Lire Stock tlKket Stara or Me Sale ESTABLISHED (BBS llrer Electric Specialty Co. UutwmI Fam LifWin m4 Pewer Pkats BonrbM Stock Yard Company INCORPORATED Mail 25c for a box of Bitter Apple and Cascara Pills For lazy livers and constipation. O. AL BIRCH. General Manager Johnson ft Main Ste., Louisville, Ky. Electric Washer and Wringers Construction and Engineering Everything Electrical 128 WEST JEFFERSON STREET I ' Butchemeyi er Bros. 4th and effersoa For Chapped Hand and Face Mattwl to jpeur addnM for c MLAM INCLOBHD WINTER TOPS rOR AUTOMOBILM. RAT MOTOR CAR SHRVICM, 1 414-H-- 18 Ctater bH. Cloverptrt Lodge house for road election. L. V. Chapin, Officer road election. Clovernort Lodge, house for August election. Allen Jennings, officer road election. Allen Jennings, officer November election Abner Dent, House for November election. A. Dent House for road election- P. E. Scott, House for Novmber election. B. F. Frank, House for November election. S. E. Wilson, Claim- Ernest Pate, Officer election November 1918. (Continued on Page 8) 2.00 3.00 3.60 3.60 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 25.30 3.40 ' mif vm'wmmrmmmfnfi ' l1 am'imwKta PAGE EIGHT ' U19HH If mmmFrT''HfwKWi NOVEMBER ft, Kf 'f11' wrcjr- -' THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKy EMMnfgccra iJSl 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 ASSIGNEES SALE! Iisq. C. E Robbins, 2 days as Justice of Peace Esq J. M. Howard, '2 days as Justice of Peace X U. Loy, Salary as County Agent J. R. Meador, Salary as county superintendent- W. S. Ball, Salary as County Attornty- (Continued Next Week.) 8.00 f.O'J J.UU 100.(10 I ftKKXXX30 0lX"dDtmimXKK7SKXKXXX j To 00 PUTTING FIGHTING QUALITIES IN YOUR BLOOD If You Are Pale and Weak, Without Ambition, You : WHERE CANDIDATES WILL HEAR THEIR FATE. The major presidential candidates will bear the returns of the election on Tuesday night, Nov. 2, at their respective homes. Governor Jame M. Cox, Democratic nominee will, on that night be at his home town, Dayton, Senator W. G. Harding, Republican candidate, on his "front porch" in Marion, Ohio. Aaron S. Watkins, Prohibition standbearer in his new home in Cincinnati, O. Ohio KIU ii Pur Your Money i- - our bank i I ii; j u m m H iijy MrVM iwi.rr hw ksism C, To-da- THE NAME BEHIND THE TIRE m that you weren't fellow unless your bike nEMEMBERiayow IV boyhood dty. G&JTlres? ported H Need a 'Tonic. TRY TAKING PEPTO-MANGAN vl nil N the man with G & i mm Tires on hi car it lust aa proud and bleated. G & J Tlrea take T r figures off the tire bill and put them he know it on the tpeedometer-an-d "The Name Behind the Tire" has always stood for quality from the beginning of bicycle days right down to .s-kto-da- BBBBBbBI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr",'L?S'9SiF' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBhBSW(& BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSi-iiinil- - 'Trf'SSsPSBBBMfiSi IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBs3BBMjiir s' ' l?'0"- -' ait::' I . I weeks the impression has been spread ' we .are. not psPefrj,1l? Serious sickness often comes when abf.d ' e purch. smgpower you least suspect. You may feel a Southern States is weak. You haven't been ex little over-tirex 1,ls ,s a Ia'sc mea, lounaeu on tne ' ,i . ' belief that the South is still SenCyo , a .'ndta af'o"' d. Rich, Red Blood Fights Off THE SOUTH'S PROSPERITY. Disease and Keeps You Well (Nashville Tcnnessean.) and Enables You to Work Because the price of cotton has not skyrocketed within the past few With Pleasure. 1 V71 IE m sssVssVL When you pay for a G & J Tire you feel the satisfaction of having a company older than the automobile industry itself saying. " that tire is right. " The Name G & stsnds behind these, tires- Stack ou. , You can get the "bank book" habit only by STARTT"- ?" "l ING it. ,?.. Win- Star t TODAY. ir change" you have Bring into our bank that "loose in your pocket. Open a bank account with us and get a BANK BOOK. Then to INCREASE the balance to your credit will be easy. But you MUST start. Start and you will thank us. We invite YOUR Banking Business. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. ls Your Wood did not have fighting' croPs me no bringing topy prices there qualities. It was weak and thin. Your are 1,ave who erroneousthatreason that nothing else it also is vitality and powers of resistance were, we . wAutiicitv.iiiK u atutiiL. . IJ1' The truth is that the Smith is more . . , , When you over do you use up en- b crgy. Your blood is driven to do.more i . ' t to be so . In addit;on to 'than it can. It becomes clogged with .. fli . . . waste. 1 lie waste acts iik :c poison.,.. Disease germs get in your blood and ""- mill, mine, ve the ?.MdUn.t8iirim int0. Don't let yourself get run dowrf. JSllV r n5S2"y:: , hJi0" Take that good tonic, Vur. '"m,l ?lci V",K,"B i". It makes rich, red blood that will re- -' tne raitroan are rusnmg every . a"l sist and rout out Aisextc aerm. car possible to the mine nelds. in n is widely and heart ily endorsed by physicians. It is ef-- 1 turn our factories have plenty to dot fective and easy to take Comes in and new ones are being constantly i cither liquid or tablet form. Both established. We of the South know of this pT0?' , have the same effect. Sold at any drug store. But be sure perky, and a temporary slump in the price paid for one of our crops does i you get the genuine n sv Ask tor it by the name and not mean that we have hit the finan"Gude cial bottom. The steady demand for be sure the full name, "Glide's our other products will more than is oil the package. offset the fall in Cotton. s. I I in I1W JII fin imMr yVl supply you with G & J Tires. Distributed By and - "G" Tread. "Stalwart." "Ptota" "G & J Cord." Hare your dealer STRATTON & TERSTEGGE COMPANY Incorporated Louisville, V, S 171 .mA EsUF Bf V HfiV ., Kentucky. r r- - ,. he Pepto-Manga- n. ftn .d ,.. -- .,.... vy I SOLD BY THE FOLLOWING DEALERS Hi YOUR VICINITY ALEXANDER Custer, Ky. & Pepto-Manga- I PILE. "v R. W. JONES. Glen Dean, Ky. E. S. CRAYCROPT. ! .oherty. Ky. E. F. DUKE, Dundee, Ky. H. C. STEWART, Webster, Ky. ' i ' Pepto-Manga- P. O. MEDLEY. Ekran, Ky. Pepto-Mangan- ," C6MPT0N Sw1eyville. G. E. & COMPTON, E. A. HARDESTY, -"- US COAL SITUATION7 Si GRADUALLY APPROVING ALLOWED BY BRECK- - Washington, Nov. 1. Coal' prtee-s- i have beeun to decline in a numbeY of cities and states with a general md- I llllllUUL OUUIl J. E. Black. Officer Road Election II I 7 lUUnL UUUn I ' Ca"-- Continued From Page . Mat. M. Jarboe, Vital Statistics W. C. Pate, Clai- mJ. B. Carman, Claim J. B. Carman, Election Claim Miss Nell Jones, Depositions Com. Vs. Will Slaughter Hardinsburg Mill & Elevator Co., Coal for court house and Melvin Elkins work on public toiler B. M. Elkins, Cleaning toilet Geo. E. Bess, Books purchased D. R. Murray Estate N. H. Loy, Salary as County Agent. AV. P. Romine, a days hauling coal for court house Ernest Mattingly, 2 days hauling coal for court house. Taylor Meador, unloading coal 2 days John Moorman, Salary as Janitor., Owen Moorman Hauling coal for court house. Sid Scott, Washing blankets for jail. John Lewis work on windows in court house. George Hook, wood for jail. Es(. Abe Bennett one day as Justice of Peace. D. C Heron, one day of Justice of Peace Abe Bennett one day as Justice of Peace Hunter Coal Co., one car of coal -- J. E. Black, officer November election l'Jia. . jaflGL llflfflsalpkl 2 "No. lms. 1 ain't never" seen1 her. try. Chicken Raisers, Live Stock In the bituminous coal fields the hut I nx d'e'ftMiimuin at de" ticket winsituation is satisfactory, generally der how you' gflf out huyh, an he say, and Tobacco Dealers of speaking, and as compared with that You tin' a nepess- on dat side.' And, of a; few months ago, it is even bet- boss. It bi'en so" long sence I seed a Breckinridge County 309M2 ter than the most hopeful prediccolored lady, I rew mighty glad to 4.00 tions entertained at the latter time. know hit. An I beetv gnin' f'um side Reports from the anthacite fields to side eber sence. ntt rross. I cayn' 9.50 efHall Stock Farm 215,75 show indications of a determined fort on the part of the anthracite pro- fin' her nowhere." Savannah News. Glen Dean, Ky. 10.00 ducers to eliminate practices which Spiders as Companions: 20.00 resulted fit excessive prices. In many Polled Durham Cattle. Poland Chkw Of all creatures to choose" ' pets Hogs. 27.80 communities, price declines for an-- i Short Horn Cattle. Hmbv "Plders seem to be the strangest'. Yel 75.00 thracite coal afso have been reoorted. .... IllCil UUVt lUIIIIUU KHI shfre Sbccp. . IUII1MH9 Iliail.V 12.00 won 1000 Ribbons at Suta Fal- - is "Rat-SnaBeats the Best Trap Ever friendships with spiders. Bectlioven, trre 12 0!) Past Five Years when studying the violin at the agfc'of Made," Mrs. Emily Shaw Says. 5.00 seven years, had a spider so accustom21.00 "My husband, bought $2 trap. I ed to liltn that It would crawl on cxr 0.00 bought a fi5c box of The his arm while he. was practicing. Of THE HOWARD FARMS 0.00 trap only caught 3 rats but RAT- - Paganlnl It Is said that whenever he J. Bf. HOWARD ft SON, Prop. SNAP killed 12 in a week. I'm never played a certain air on his violin a A Shorthorn and Pol ltd Shorthorn, Roan Sultan, without Reckon I could- on o( Sultan, heads the herd. JU0 n't raise chicks without it" RAT- - spider approached him and stood still Duroc Frogs, l Spragut Defender beads thf listening until he hnd finished. One try, SNAPvcomes in cakes. Three sizes author of "Richard Coeur de Lion." herd. "St ".T STntft nml mifiniilnml A nn .11f Dreedera of 2nd. prize Polled Shorthorn !. of sPl,,ers thfcat us,ed ,0 Pe,M "I0 Heifer (Senior yearling class) 4 ' 00, Conrad Payne & Co., cfovernort, ami te,,s, Chicago, 1019. tlonlcss ujwn the piano while be 111 . F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg ployed. Glen Dean, Advertisement Ky. 3.G0 the entire consuming public will realize a distinct reduction in the coal i..j. .VUJ.V.I.W.. ,.T, bill, according to information obtain- ed today from reports reaching Wash ington authorities on the coal indus- , , aw ot d rail- way Rtatlon in Canadd dri old tiegta. ,,,e Columbia State, looking helf s Ih1.v "bout him. "What's the mntter, uncle?"' tut lit- Lost your wuy?" ".'o. tliunk yuh, boss, tfttt so you n it ios , Dui i is iookid ter a coi- Km ore( (nya ra-v- .. An StfA Southerner recently - - ,, GarfiM, K. fWekEK, SJT"' Ky, l ""-""" tlAWESVILLE MOTOR CO., HawesviUe. M. D. & tiKi IT r: j Ky. CO. P. M. TUCKEB! Harned. Ky. & 0.f "T? Ltwisport, & CO. J. W. HAYDEN ft Ky. IMcQuady, K. F. BICKETT Ky. F. L. CANNON ft' SON, MoDlniels, Ky. :i; "Your wlfer f DIRECTORY Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Valfey Home Stock Farm W. J. 6WiC ft ton, Proplstors tiii&iintrtag, Ky, Itoste 1 -- 3.60 10.23 PolSWd GMn Hogs a Specialty - PVtid1 Dirtham Cattle Planters BEARD BROS. Hardi-wtat- g, Ky. Dealsrr 1ft LIVE STOCK AND $ I I p .l TOBACCO Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealer la C. V. High-Class- Robertson RAT-SNA- P. -- RAT-SNA- P. White-hal- Horses, Mules, Fine Saddle and Harness Horses. It will pay you to visit my Stable A Little of Both, Please Shopper I wSrit to get a fashion" able skirt. Saleslady Yes madam. Will vou. have it too tight oVtbo short? Life- - l- Inter-Nation- 'M The Following Described Property, Belonging to V. K. HARDIN & SISTER, Will Be Offered to the Highest Bidder '!. M 3) AT PUBLIC AUCTION, TUESDAY, NOV. 9, 1920 At their farm, known as the Julius Hardin Homestead, on Clover Creek, four miles from Cloverport. 1-1-- Sale Begins promptly at 9:00 o'clock. i.. "i Head of work Mules; 2 Head of work Horses; 2 Yearling Mare Mules 15 hands 2 in. and 14 hands 1 2 in.; 8 Extra good dairy cows all giving good flow of milk, and 3 being Jerseys eligible to register; 13 Heifers 4 being thoroughbred Jerseys; 5 Steers; 21 Head of pure bred cotswold sheep none over 2 years; 1 Nichols Shepard Thrashing machine size 28 by 40 with blowers and sackers in good condition; 1 12 H. P. Aultman Taylor traction Engine; 1 1 2 H. P. Fairbank Morse gasoline engine; 1 Good Buggy and Harness; 1 Road Wagon; 1 Galloway manure Spreader; 1 Piano Wheat Binder; 1 Hay Rake; 1 Mower; 1 Riding Cultivator; 1 Disc Harrow; 1 Corn Check row Planter with fertilizer attachment; 1 Steel Harrow; 1 Disc Breaking Plow; 1 Chatman Wheat Fan with Sacker attachments; Numerous Plows of different descriptions; 1 Land Roller; 1 No. 3 Primrose Cream Separator (new); 2 Eight gallon Cream cans; 1 Power Washing Machine; 1 Platform Scales; Blacksmith Shop Equipment ; Crop of Corn and 15 tons good Hiy; Household and kitchen furnishings and other things too numerous to mention. , 1--