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' 3Sf&r f v v" jT THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $2.00 a Year: $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 24, VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1920 8 Pages No. 22 s I' if ? Is Now On at REEVES & BOWMER'S, Hardinsburg, REAL SALE! Ky.. and Will Continue Until January 1st, 1921 We arq going to give you Sure Enough bargains in every thing in the house. We have adjusted our prices to a basis much lower than present Conditions Warrant. Prices that will leave no doubt in your mind as to value. People are waiting for lower prices and now is the time and this is the place to find them. We will mention just a few of the many good things we have for you in, this great Sale wash goods, dress goods, in Storm Serges, French Serges, Shepherd Checks, Silk, and Silk Poplins, Winter gingham, Canton flannels, white goods, outing flannels, bleach qotton, factory cotton, madras shirtings, bed ticking, crash, towels, hosiery of all kinds, bed blankets, comforts, underwear, dress shirts,, hats, caps, raincoats, overalls, men's suits, boys suits, odd pants, shoes, sweaters, gloves, neckwear, collars, suit cases, trunks, floor coverings, groceries, notions of all kinds, and a full line of candies for the little ones. So don't fail to come and see us and make Our Store Your head'quarters while in Town. I Bear in mind this is to be a sale to a finish. Terms, Cash. Your Friends, REEVES & BOWMER. ft LT METHODISTS SE- NO DATE FOR OPENING L. U- I - A Judge D. D. Dowell. having resigned his position as Cashier, of The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company, as shown by Rev. "Randolph Having An C'port. Loose Leaf House Will his letter of resignation published, dated November 18th, 1!)20. Evangelistic Campaign This Delay Opening Owing to The Directors of The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., met Week. Night Services. Market. Mr. Boyle is in the County. in regular session at its place of business in 'Hardinsburg, Ky., A scries of evangelistic campaign in progress at the Methon November 22, 11)20, and accepted the resignation of Judge services arc No date can be set at present for odist church every evening of this pastor of the opening of the Loose Leaf market D. D. Dowell. as Cashier by resolution, thereupon by unaniweek. Rev. J. R. Randolph, the church, is carrying on the meet- at Cloverport. But very little tobacco ing without the aid of a visiting min- is stripped, and there seems to be a mous vote of the directors of said Institution. B. F. Beard ister, and he delivers an- evangelistic disposition on the part of some of the was elected active Vice President and General Manager of said sermon. buyers to open later than we expectIn taking the religious census of ed. However, we will open as soon Institution. This choice was predicated solely upon the unusual were a the city, it was found there as we think best for the good of the business ability that B. F. Beard, eldest son of the late M. H. hundred or more Metnoaists in uie market. town who are not members of the look good at present. do church, and this prompted the pastor If Prices best not the farmers to open Beard, former Cashier of this Institution, has manifested since it is for hold this evengelistic meeting. Jo early we would be more than glad his connection therewith as Assistant Cashier for about 18 On Thanksgiving eve, the Method- to do it, but we" will have to wait until ists and Baptists will unite in their a sufficient number of buyers are months past. It is a compliment, after 'the close observation of weekly prayer services, the Rev. E. ready. said B. F. Beard byi the Board that it unanimously concluded C. Nail, pastor of the Baptist church, , J. Walter Boyle is in the county that he very justly merited' this compliment in view of the abilhaving called in his service owing to looking at the tobacco and working the revival meeting. in Loose Leaf mar- ity he possesses together with the trait of industry and busiinterest of The services every evening begin ket.theHe reports the prospects good for ness qualification which marks him as especially fit for this posi at 7:15 o'clock. There are no after larger sales this year than last. noon services. We will notify through the columns tion. Mr. Beard's personal habits, his industry and of The Breckenridge News the exact tion render imperitive and inevitable his steady advancement date of the opening of the local marMOTHER OF MRS. T. S. at the hands of the Board of Directors of this Institution. NICHOLAS SUCCUMBS. ket.Cloverport Loose Leaf Warehouse Thereupon, by unanimous vote. Mr. Geo. E. Bess, who has been connected with this bank for about 4 years, in the capacity Due to EAST END GROCERY SOLD Mrs. Mary L.TCyler's Death General Debilltv. TO WASHINGTON CO. MAN of Manager of the. Trust Department and whose especial qualiMrs. Mary L. Kyler. wife of Mr. fications for banking are now widely known, was unanimously Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Davis have W. H. Kyler. of Hawesville. died at her home in that citv Thursday morn sold their grocery store in the East elected to the position of Cashier of said Bank. ing at 10 o'clock. Her death was due End to Mr. Calmer Gotley, of WashMr. Morris Miller, who has been with the Bank for the to general debility, she having been in ington county, Ky. The sale was past twelve months, was then elected Assistant Cashier. last week, and the new ownfailing health for the last two years.' The funeralVas held in Hawesville er gets possession Dec. 1st. As stated in its resolution accepting the resignation of Judge Mr. and Mrs. Davis, who came here .Methodist church Thursday afternoon with interment in the cemetery on the over a year ago from Locust Hill, fD. D. Dowell as Cashier, the Directors did. so with deep regret, hill. Rev. H. H. Napier conducted will remain in Cloverport, until the because Judge Dowell's administration as Cashier of said In-- I ' first of the year when they will leave the service. Before her marriage Mrs. Kyler was for Florida to spend the remainder stitution was eminently satisfactory to the Bank and its many ' j patrons. Miss Mary Weatherholt and was born of the winter. and reared in Tobinsport, Ind , She ' The policies of the Bank which have been maintained in the was 74 years old. ' THANKSGIVING SERVICE Besides her husband she is survived past and which have brought to the Institution such well known THURSDAY MORNING by two sons. Messrs. C. B. Kyler, of results will be adherred to in the future. Evansville. Ind.. and William Kyler. of Louisville. Two daughters, Mrs. Respectfully, On Thursday morning at 10:30 T. S. Nicholas, of this city, and Mrs. o'clock, there will be a union M. D. Beard, President, Hubert McMillen, of Evansville, Ind. Thanksgiving service in the Meof Tne Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co thodist church. Rev E. C. Nail, - RIES OF MEETINGS L MARKET ANNO UNCEMENT SOLICITORS MAKE LAST R. C. APPEAL HOME BURNED SATURDAY EVE Drive For Red Cross Members Cottage of Clarence Ray Consumed While Family Were Extended Until Saturday. Away. Local Solicitors Named. To make the last appeal for members in the fourth Red Cross roll call, solicitors have been appointed for Cloverport and its surrounding territory. The national campaign has been extended until Saturday, Nov. 27. Those who are soliciting members this week are: Mrs. Joe Ross, Mrs. Robert Hamman. Miss Susie Squires. Miss f Hamman and Miss Eleanor Rcid In the Addison-Hocommunity, Mrs. L. D. Addison and niece, Mrs. e Frank. An effort is being made to get the names of a hundred or more- persons in order to keep the local chapter. But many of the ardent supporters of the Red Cross in war times are lax in time of peace, hence it was found necessary to appoint personal lt Jim-mi- Rosa Driskell, Miss Mary C. The cottage home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ray on the Hill was consumed in flames Saturday evening about 6:.'10 o'clock. The family 'had had supper and left the house and it caught fire in their absence. All the contents were lost. The cottage was valued at $800 and insured for $600. Mr. Ray is employed on the section of the L. H. & St. . R. R. He and Mrs. Ray built the cottage about nine months ago. POST CARD IS 7 YEARS COMING FROM CALIF. Lodiburg. Nov. 22, (Special) Mr. J. Hll Avitt received a post card last week sent by his nephew H. V West, of Redding. Calif. It was "June 27. l!U:i." Over seven years post-marke- d I ! con-sumat- ed I , Mr. W. Lnnstian, ot uwensooro, and son, Edwin, spent a few days last weCK Willi Air. aim nirs. iuy v,uii3- - SAILOR LAD VISITS HERE. i tian at their country home near Cloverport. Young Mr. Christian is a sailor abroad the U. S. S. Fluisser at Charleston, S. C, where he will soon report for duty two more years. pastor of the Baptist church, will deliver the Thanksgiving message and members of the local choirs have prepared special music. Rev. J. R. Randolph, pastor of the Methodist church, will assist in the services. Invitation We extend to our customers and friends in Breckinridge and adjoining Counties a most hearty invitation to call on us when in Louisville. Our Messrs. Paul Compton, Nathaniel Shellman and ,W. T. Chapin will take pleasure in waiting on you, and give you every attention possible. Capital and Surplus usnu $600,000.00 Mcmbtrol physicial condition is such as to render' her residing in this climate impossible to conserve her health. Be,it further resolved that the Directors of this Institution takes great pleasure in announcing that in Judge D. D. Dowell. former cashier of this Institution it found a courteous, competent industrious, qualified and honorable employee, and that his loss, this Institution feels deeply. Judge Dowell was always exceedingly courteous and kindly in his dealings with our patrons and they were pleased with him in his official capacity in said bank. Further we recommend to whosoever it may concern tha't Judge D. D. Dowell. is an honorable, upright and qualified gentleman, well qualified in any business that he may undertake and that in any position of responsibility any person or concern would find him a valuable employee in every particular and possessed of every qualification that would render him particular advantageous to any person or concern with whom he may. in the future, be connected. Be it further resolved that a copy of these Resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this meeting of the Directors and that a copy of them be sent to Judge Dowell and that they be LETTER OF RESIGNATION published in each of the county newspapers. At a meeting of the Directors of The Bank of Hardinsburg Dr. A. M. Kencheloe, Director & Trust Company, held at Hardinsburg, Kentucky on the 22nd, M. D. Beard, President, I hereby tender my resignation as Cashier and P.. F. Beard, Vice Pres.. definite time, Director J. R. Jolly, C. V. Robertson, Vice Pres., Thomas O'Donoghue. Director said Institution presented the following letter of resignation. .H. M. Beard, Director "Hardinsburg, Kentucky, November, 18th. lf)20. Lewis J. Perkins. Director To the President and Board of Directors, L. D. Jones, Director (Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Company, Gentlemen : After several months of earnest thought and upon the ("Shc'Bank that makes you feel at Home, kidvice of our physician, I am convinced that I will have to take my wife to a different climate for the winter months. And in view of the fact that I may have to remain away for an of November, 1920, Judge D. D. Dowell, Cashier of Being Director of tins bank. This decision, as many of you know, has not been made Home hastily, and however much as I regret to sever my connection Folks with the institution, I realize my duty to her is first and my decision and action are unmistakably correct. With a feeling of never ending appreciation and loyalty to It has been said "No Man you and the entire working force of- this institution, I am, is without Honor Save in His Most cordially and sincerely yours, Own Country," but vc feel D. D. Dowell," Honor in-day - v wma Federal Reserve System RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED Upon motion made and seconded said resignation was accepted by the Board of Directors and in so doing the following Resolutions. were presented and unanimously passed: Resolved, by the Board of Directors of The Bank of Hardinsburg &' Trust Company, in meeting assembled that the resignation of Judge D. D. Dowell, Cashier of said Bank & Trust Company, is received and accepted with profound feeling of regret on the part of said institution, although the said Directors were fully aware and have been for sometime past that vJudge Dowell's connection with this institution would sooner or later be severed on account of the illness of his wife, as her J Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Company Kentucky Marktt at Fourth Louisville, Hardinsburg andJrust Co. Bank of differently about the and Business Inte'rgrity of our Breckinridge County Folks and so we like to do business with our own County people First instead of being like some folks and giving first choice to big outside interests. $1,000,-000.0- "The Convenient Bank at the Convenient Corner." 40a DEPOSITS SAVINGS HARDINSBURG. KY. on TIME 0 Our Resources of are used to Back Breckinridge County First. PAGE TWO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY will spend the winter here with her son V. J. .Dicckman, and Mr. Dicck man. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith arc guests of relatives at Garfield, this week, ville, last week with a new car. Mrs. Win, Gilbert and Aliss Lillian Blaine were dinner guests, Thursday of Airs. A. J. Dye and.daughtcr, Aliss Alyrtle, at their country home. Mrs. F. B. 'Lacy, of Pembroke, visited her brother. Rev. H. S. English, and Airs. English, near Amnions, last week. , Airs. A B. Cashman was in Owens- NOVEMBER 24, 1M01 Airs, Kitty Simmons, Webster, sold last week for over Hardin bought a young turkey hen from her Airs. Hardin has a young hen and torn that she got from H. AI. Jones, Des Aloin-e- s, 30 young turkeys $100.00. Airs. Ben Bas-se- Lewis Bennett Morcmen, Branden- the guest of Mr and Mrs. James Mc- v.oy, rrmay. m burg, spent the week-en- d here. Mrs. M. D. Pumphrey, of West Dr. W, B. Taylor will go to Owensboro, Wednesday to take a degree in View, spent last week with Dr. and JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher Mrs. J. E. Matthews. Masonry, Mr. and Mrs. Win. ImhofT, who ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY EIGHT PAGES have been the guests of Jake Cowley GARFIELD 1920 left Sunday for Morris, Ind., where Miss Ann Conner is visiting rela44th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1876 they will reside. Misses Eric, Pauline and Gladys tives in Louisville, this week. LouisC. McGill, of Mr. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Smith, Guston, were guests of Mrs. ville, and Mrs. J. visited relatives here last week. monun. umc N. Gardner, Sunday. Subscription price .wi t year; 91. w ior o moninij ovc ior Dr. Harned ami family visited relaiara 01 inanics, over u unci, cnargcu iur Dcr line and 5c for eacb additional tntertton. The ladies of the Methodist Misthe ntte ol 10c ptr line. Obituaries charged for at the rate ot 6c per line, money in sionary Society, who participated in tives in Custer, Sunday. ance. Examine the label on your paper. II li it not correct, pieaie nouiy ui. Miss Nancyc Board has been visita Missionary contest last month were ing her niece, Mrs. Bryan Miller, of entertained at the home of Mrs. Mar- Hardinsburg. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finlthed reading your copy ol THE BRECKENRIDOE NEWS hand It to garet Chamberlain, Friday from 11 Mr. and Mrs. James Webb left away or destroy it. friend who it not a subscriber; do not throw it a. in. to 4 p. m. The losers in the contest having the honor to entertain Thursday for Texas, where they will NOVEMBER 24, 1920 the winners. A most delightful day spend the) winter. WEDNESDAY,. Mrs. Jim Waggoner has returned was spent. , Mrs, Ed McAfee spent from Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shumate entertained Jarboe. Kirk, Sunday. Stephens-por- t, Sunday in Evansville. Friday night in honor of her cousin, Miss Hess Watlington, guest of her Miss Marian Webb. was the week-enMiss Ossie Davis, of Woodrpw, parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Watling- HARNED visited Mrs. Cora Priest, last week. Bowmer Smith and family, of Mrs. Herbert Kipp, of Louisville, Gifts that last at T. C. Lewis', Jewwere gucts of relatives here last visited her sister, Mrs. Dallas Bruncr HARDINSBURG eler. Hardinsburg. last week. Mr. E. Stallman. Chenault, was the week. Atty Claude Mercer and Mrs. MerMeador. Born to the wife of Wilbur Pile, Vaughn and Gray, of Custer, have Thursday from Cats-kil- l. Sunday guest of Miss Eliza attending cer arrived home Nov. 10, a boy, Franklin. opened a produce house in Mr. Murray Beard, who is N. Y. and New York City. weekstore. Mrs. Paul Chamhliss and children, Coleman Haswell, traveling sales- school at the K. M. I. was the Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Moorman spent man, Carter Dry Goods Co., Louis- end guest of his mother, Mrs. Salhe of Ohio, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. in Louisville. M. Beard. Robert Weatherford, Thursday and the week-en- d ville, was here Tuesday . Mrs. Raymond Stansberryand litThe Spelling Bee given by the Lad- Friday. Miss Elizabeth Sheeran, McQuady, Mrs. Clyde Robinson, of Illinois, tle son, left Saturday to join her ies Aid Society of the M. E. church, 'was here Monday, shopping. Louisville, is visiting South, Friday evening was a success and Mrs. Roscoe Davis, of Cloverport, husband. Mr. Stansbcrry in Indiana. Percy Amies, Miss Louise May was in Cloverport. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin financially. Saturday and Sunday the guest of Mrs. Mattie Tcaff and son, Joe Davis, last week. Amies. illin., Mr. and Mrs. A. Allen have moved Ml,, Mrs. L. A. Deacon and children, of TcafT will leave Wednesday for IrvDr. Hall, of Constantine, was in to Falls of Rough. Hazard, have returned after a visit ington, to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McGary have The Cumberland Presbterian Mis- town last weelo enroute to Louisville. with Rev. W. R. Huntsman and Mrs. Air. and Airs. Roland Smith of moved to their property on Second sionary Society met Thursday afterHuntsman. Stcpliensport, are visiting relatives noon with Mrs. G. P. Macy. H. A. Dutschke, Amnions, was here and Maple St. Ralph Beard, a student of the K. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Pile are receiving here. Wednesday on business. Lawrence Wren, of Louisville, was Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Warren have M. I., is the guest of his parents, Mr. congratulations upon the arrival of a boy, Henry Moorman. the guest of Air. and Mrs. D. H, and Mrs. M. D. Beard. returned from Louisville. Sir. and Mrs. Denver Robinson have Smith, Sunday. For your money's worth and real Mr and Mrs. Vic Henning, LouisAliss Nancy Board and Air. L. D. ville, who have been the guests of satisfaction, see the Jewler's House, moved into the residence recently vaGregory motored to Webster. Sunday cated by Mr. and Mrs. Allen. T. C. Lewis, Hardinsburg. relatives, have returned home. n Rev. C. L. Bruiugton filled his reg- and were guests of Air. and Airs. Mr. and Mrs. J. B." Rhodes and Frank. Knncdy, Evansville, Ind., is Craig. visiting his uncle, John O'Reilly, and daughter, returned from a visit to rel- ular appointment at Ephesus, Saturday night and Sunday. He is conductMrs O'Reilly. atives and friends in Owensboro. ing a very successful revival at FreeCome and see the gold and silver STEPHENSPORT gifts that last. T. C. Lewis, Jewler, "Why I Put up With Rats for Years" dom. Mr. and Mrs. McQuiggins are visitAliss Bruce Temple spent the week- Hardinsburg. N. Winsdor, Farmer. Writes ing relatives near Ganeyville. end with her parents, Air. and Airs. , Atty D. C. Walls made a business Mrs. Paul Jackson, of Louisville, R. Temple Hawesville. trip to Irvington, last Tuesday. "Years ago I bought some rat poisAir. Georgia Gardner was in LouisMr. and Mrs. R. R. Conipton have on, which nearly killed our fine watch spent a few days of last week with ville last week. returned from a week's visit with Mr. dog It so scared us that we suffered Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Pile. Mrs. Virgil Smith, of Garfield, was Aliss Anna J. Dicckman of Sample. Compton's' brodhcr, Paul Compton, a long time with rats until my neighand Mrs. Conipton, Louisville. That's bor told me about G. 13. Cunningham, Chenault, was tin. surp rat killer and a safe one." here Wednesday Three sizes, 35c. 05c, $1.25. Sold and M. C. Kincheloc, Louisville, was guaranteed by Conrad Payne & o., guest of his parents, Dr. Cloverport, and B. F. Beard & Co., the week-enA M. Kincheloc, and Mrs. Kincheloc. Hardinsburg. Advertisement. Martin Rhodes and brother, Robert, have returned from Paynesville, where they attended the funeral of their IRVINGTON sister, Mrs. Josie Clark. John Ashcraft, of Upton, Ky., is Russell Hook has returned from a visiting A. D. Ashcraft. short stay in Louisville. Mrs. Harriett Cooner left Sunday Mr. and Mrs D. D. Dowell left for Reed Station, where she will visit Saturday for IDIectra, Texas, for a visit relatives. with relatives Usual--"UnusuaMrs.' Virgil Brite and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ackrell. Mrs. Orlie Martha Howe Brite. spent the weekWoolfolk and son. Win, Woolfolk, end here with friends. Louisville, have returned home after James King was called to Louisville, a visit with Mrs. Woolfolk's sister. Saturday on account of the serious Mrs Gudc Hcndrick. and Mr. k illness of Mrs. Tony King. Mrs. W. II Craig. Webster and Mr Vera Jarboe and daughters. Mis- Mav Clayconib. Louisville, spent Misses Agnes and Lucille jarboe, Friday night with Mrs Fred Brite. were the guests of Mrs. Margaret Mrs. Craig was initiated into the East- cm Star. Specializing In Trial Practice Miss Mildred Chit wood, Louisville, with Dr. and Mrs. spent the week-enMURRAY HAYES R W Meador LAWYER Mrs Cordie Wallace has returned 1600.7-Building to her home in Carbin, after a visit vitl her sister. Mrs W. X. Holt, and LOUISVILLE More Than 'u Years Experience Mri Holt. McAfee spent last week Mrs. Ed with relatives at Ravenna A Miss Mary Ellis. Louisville, spent The Breckenridge News In the County d Lodi-bur- g, Steer-man- 's T Iowa. They arc the mammoth bronze. The finest in the county. tt Atlases Ruby Payne, Magdaline AI ae , Georgia Skillman, Willie and Delia Deacon, Roy Bassett, Everett Keys, Morton Cart and Russelt Dowell, were the dinner guests of Aliss Vanda Robertson, and Harlan Robertson, last Sunday. Roy Bassett visited friends in Louisboro, Wednesday, ville, last week. Airs". O. E. Ferguson and Mrs. J. Marshall . Philpott got his ' hand AL Shcllman were in Cloverport, badly mashed in a corn shredder one Wednesday shopping. Aliss Eliza Board of Clovterport day last week and is in Louisville under treatment. He is the son of was in town last Tuesday. Airs. S. Alowrcy and son, of Wis- Clint Philpot and is 10 years old. AlYs. Afercer Basham and baby, were consin, arrived Friday to visit her sis- ter. Airs W. J. Kruger, whom she the guests of Airs. .Basham's parents, ha'd not seen for thirty years Mr. and Airs. AlcPayne, Webster, last Mrs. A. AI. Miller returned to her week home in Cloverport, Friday after al The farmers of the neighborhood short visit with her sister, Mesdames. are vcry busy now iavjng tncjr corn Elizabeth Paulman and Ann Hook. shredded, ' . Udl iu i a. vj. ii. oiiivcij. ui wivuiauuju, lf. i! ItllK. li. dim n I. IVIIIJIlCllil. VlTilLCIl was the guest of Airs. E. A. Smith and friends in Louisville, last week, Airs. Wm. Gilbert, Tuesday and WedThere will be' a Christmas tree at nesday. Air. and Airs. W. B. Hanks were Walnut Grove and also one at Popular Grove school house. Aliss Rucy guests of their daughter, Airs. J. Payne teacher at Walnut Grove, and Cloverport, last week. Cart, teacher at Popular' Airs. H. S. English attended the Alorton Baptist Convention which met in Grove. AH the pupils will have recitations and dialogues. Owensboro, last week. 1 ni.-.i--j J. At, Shcllman returned from Louis- i n Wcis-enber- g, I ' 1 LODIBURG Aliss Delia Deacon, who has a position in Louisville and has been visiting her parents, Air. and Airs. D. E. Deacon, returned home last week. Airs. Charlie Alacy gave the young people a party last week. They all enjoyed themselves fine. The first party of the season. Yes, friend Mull the landslide' struck Lodiburg. But we did all we could. There are 34 voters in our little town. Fye did not vote; 7 voted for Harding 23' for Cox. That did pretty well for us. Waiter Adkisson lias sold his en ginc and mill to Roscoe Keys. Walter has bought another engine, and has saw rig in his shop. GLEN DEAN E. L. Robertson made a business trip to Louisville first of this week. Mrs. Myrtle Hines, of McQuady, Ky., and Forrest Pool were married last week. Airs. Kate Jones returned from Louisville, Saturday. Maxine Hoskins, 11 ear old daughter, of Mr. and Airs. John Hoskins is ill at her uncle's, Dr. Rogers, in ' Fordsville. Air. and Airs. Thornton spent last Sunday with her parents, Air. and Airs. P. B. Hoskins. Lafe Short, of Durant, Okla., spent a few days here recently with his , cousin Willie Robertson Mr. Joe Howard of Alaska, is visit-- a I ing relatives here. Alil-to- RAT-SNA- P. j d I j As l" Bar- Hen-dric- I - gains at Anderson's j v. d ' -- A "Drive for Lower Prices" for you 8 n oo Inoorpo rated PERFECT. FITTING LOUISVILLE. KY. the week-en- d with Mrs. Mollie Dem- -- A Drive for Larger Sales for Us -- Drive to Stimulate Industry for the Nation pster. Southern Optical Co. SPECTACLES AND KYK GLASSES Kryptoka Artificial EjrtM .nvwib'e Bifocal Lena Southwell Corner 4th and ChestMl Mrs, Fred Saden water gave a miscellaneous shower on Thursday evening for Mrs Era Adkisson. Miss Helen Board, who is attending school at Russellville, will spend Thanksgiving holidays with her mother. Mrs. M. C. Green, and Mr Green. W. J. Piggott visited his daughter. Miss Eliza Piggott at Lexington, last week. Dr S. P Parks attended the Southern Medical Association in Louisville last week. Mrs. A. T. Drane spent last week in Hardinsburg, with Judge S B. Payne and Mrs Payne. Mrs, Robert Bell is suffering with a sprained shoulder sustained by a fall off a step ladder. Miss Eva Carrigan entertained the young people Saturday evening in honor of Revell Williams sixteenth I We have lightened our stocks, as the changing market has required, and you have cured many things that you have been wanting to buy. se- Of course, we have had to face large immediate loss to achieve the desired distribution of our goods; but the benefit has gone to our good customerswhich is most gratifying.- Besides, we have bought many of the goods at new low prices on the market, and will soon be able to replace all our stocks, on the new basis of cost. - &" So we are now looking to the future with large optimism, and present losses are to be forgotten. But the Big Anderson Sale is not yet over. birthday, Jess Herndon. Jr., has I My Prices On I I Furniture I Save You I Will More Than Much I the I Cost of the Trip I I I to Louisville I I I THE FREIGHT I PAY I I I ! from Louisville, where he has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C D. Hook Irvington citizens in Louisville, last week Mesdames J. F. Vogel. Elmer King. Wilbur Parks. A T Adkins, L. D Bishop, Misses Margaret Bandy, Ruth Marshall, Jennie Bandy and Miss Edith Lewis, Messrs. J . M. returned This Great "Back to Normalcy" drive is still to present wonderful, opportunities for buying desired merchandise at lowered prices that are almost startling at times. Tomorrow is "Thanksgiving Day," versary for all. day morning. We trust that it shall be a much-enjoye- d anni- Herndon, E. F ! ' Edwin and Ray. Mrs. J. W. Dent visited Mr. and Mrs, Tillman Board at Tell City, last week. Mr and Mrs. Glenn Hunger and son, of Brandenburg, spent Wednesday with Air, and Mrs. Henry Neafus Thanksgiving Services will be held at the Methodist church. Rev W. L. Baker will deliver the sermon. Mrs. G. T. Marshall entertained the W. M. S. of the Baptist church on Tuesday . afternoon An interesting program was carried out. A two course lunch was erved. Alexander and sons, Today, we wish to prepare you for the extraordinary event in store for you on . Fri- The November Drive is to be wound up in a blaze of still more startling economies. ( Plan to come to our store as soon as you can, for you will surely want to, be there when you read the story we tell you, in the Owensboro Inquirer tomorrow. FOOLING WITH HEALTH SERIOUS "What WE ARE PIONEERS OF "GREATER VALUE-GIVIN- G" I The answer usually came, "The kind I can make tho most money on." Aly answer lias always been "Not me." 1 have succeeded pretty well and I have always recommended the oiio that 1 had found by experience to bo tho beat and tho ono I would bo willing to take myself or givo to members of my own family, I havo never offered tho public a medicine that wo do not use at home. Thin Is why I can offer "Number 40 For, Tho Blood," with a clear wo havo not only tried it on thousand of others, but on ourselves. Iiavo frequently asked druggists " do you push in a blood modi-cinej- it in all eases where a blood medicine is needed, no matter in what form it tows itself and we get siilcudid rc.Milta in rheumatism, catarrli, cunstipatiou, kidney, stomach and liver trouble. I firmly beliovo if everyone would begin in tho spring und tako "Number 40'' they would escape-malariand fever in all forms. J. C. Mendcnlmll, 40 years a druggist, EvaiiBville, Ind. Iho best druggist in your neighborhood sells Number 40, but if it happens thatghe does not, send direct to J. C. Alendenhall Medicine Company, Kvausvillo, Indiana, and receive it delivered to you at $1.25 per bottle, six bottles for $7.00. We tako S. W. ANDERSON INCORPORATED COMPANY KENTUCKY OWENSBORO, "WHERE COURTESY REIGNS" 9j Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE fl Nv NOVEMBER 24, 1920 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY if? PAGE THREE PERCHED ON A HIGH S 24 YEARS AGO In Cloverport Nov. 25. 1898 Ducks on foot arc bringing 3c per - Thanksgiving Specials A new line of Ladies Silk Hosiery, in black, brown and navy. Best ever. $3.00 value for $1.50 Men's Silk and Wool Socks, brown and green mixture. ...: $1.60 Latest fad. $2.50 value for. 10c One lot of Men's all white cotton socks per pair Dress Gingham- in fancy plaids' and stripes "()c value - STOOL IN AN OFFICE Many a Brain Is Trying to pound. (o) Work With Weak, Thin Dudley Ilntnblcton, wbo has been Blood. in the Saddcrly and Harness business ' MORE RICH. RED BLOOD NEEDED Pepto-Manga- n j for :.... 35c Gives You the Tackle Your Daily Health to Work With Vigor. if r M is The great tonic, Mr. Wm, McCrackcn, of this city. what you need for awhile It makes ...I m:. d:.i . ... . i rich, red blood. It restores your vital ?, " " m i"""B"-.T-- , icV ' energy. Your color comes back. ?" oc,ay.at WTien your blood is good, full of P,".'0., a , "a 7?"1," resist disease. You go about your daily ,ornl t,,c (o) work with the optimism of good Master mechanic Ferry has placed health, the n and notice how steam radiators in his office and take Try telegraph offices at the shops to you improve. BRO. Cloverport, Kentucky J G, NOLTE the place of stoves for heating purn is sold m both liquid poses. and tablet form. Take either kind you (o) prefer Hoth have the same medicinal Rev. W. A. value But be sure you get the gen Centra. AvenueLusk has been called toBaptist church, Memnine hc phis, Tenn full name, "Glide's -(- c)Mrs. Hally Day, who has been quite should be on the package. AdvertiseADDISON-HOL- T Mr. C. P. Bush, of the enterprising sick is thought to be improving. ment. firm of Moorman, Dean & Co., Glen The snow last Thursday made one 'Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Eskridgc and Dean, contracted for 40,000 ties in think winter would soon be here, but children, of Glen Dean, spent Sunday Cleveland. the farmer's have their fall crops in with their sister, Mrs. Jeff Springate, TOBACCO COMPAN(o) . good shape. and Mr. Springate. Petty thieves made a pretty good Mr. Stillwell finished making sorClifTton Carter has closed his singhaul for the winter Monday night in ghum at J. L. Rhodes', Tuesday. ing school here and at Lone Star and OVER-STOCKED "Cow Heel." FivS families left their Miss Mattie Black was in Louisville, has returned to his home at Caney-viliclothes out on the line to dry and the shopping a few days last week. next morning found them all gone. Misses Frances Rhodes came up Doesn't Want Any The unfortunate ones are as follows: from Owensboro and spent Sunday p Beats the Best Trap Ever Europe Mrs. Al Geary, Mrs. W. G. Smart, until Tuesday with her parents, Mr. Made," Mrs. Emily Shaw Says. More and American Com- Mrs. F. J. Ferry, Mrs. C. W. Moorman and Mrs. Jno. Rhodes. Among the panies Have Enough. Out- - and Mrs. Michael Hamman. number there Sundav evening were: "My husband bought $2 trap. I -(- c) Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Pullen, Miss look Gloomy. The J. V. A. Meyers, of Vine Grove, Pauline Frymire. Carl Pullen. Wm. bought a 65c box of3 P rats but was in the city Sunday. Mr. Meyers McKinzie, Beckham Barger and Rube trap only caught killed 12 in a week. I'm never the Macy. Miss Rhodes was given a surThe subjoined article regards the s one ot1,al six men in the world Reckon I could- 11I20 tobacco cron and the situation )'ho has s cck broken and still prise party on Monday night music without c . 1i and dancing were the features of the n't raise chicks without it." sizesP r,fl w.v. (nlinri'n innrL'nt .It ... .rntirillfpfl 11VCS. vsuui.w. ...... .... ...tu ( o) -Hcomes in cakes. Three evening. from the Owensboro Messenger of ardinsburg The light for the Misses Katherine Reidel and Mar- 35c, 05c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Friday morning, Nov. 19, and says: e still goes on. It is under with Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, and ion Hardin spent the week-enA cahle from London, hngland, to narrowed down their pareuts, at Hoit, returning to B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg lie United States Tobacco Journal stood theP.contest has Sr and Marcus to John Advertisement. Haswell, Cloverport, Sunday for school. says Kincheloe. b Mr. Rhua Bla,ck and Golda "No interest is shown in to -(o)- -John bacco, as stocks in this market were in Louisville, Sunday and HILL ITEMS" Riley sold nine hogsheads toMonday. are enormous. It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dawson have bacco in Louisville. Inst wpplr nt $1 .",n existing supplies will be sufficient Miss Christine Ballman, teacher moved from near town into a part of and $4. Denny Flood sold four at $2 Stephensport. was the guest of Allen Black's house. near for four years. The preceding brief tobacco item 5ml $ Elijah Driskell sold three at Misses Bertha and Christine Rhodes . . i nil " j Mr. and Mr. Hillary Hardin at- oniv coiiiirms wnat uwensuoro to - ,"r.'- -- ii v Friday night. (o) Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Meritt. who tended the funeral of Mr. Hardin's bacco men have stated for flic last n W. K. Barnes bought the old formerly had the store at Holt have aunt. ,Miss Jennie Hardin,, in 'Bran- several weeks. Hotel of. Mrs. Ollie Meyer for "There is no use trying to make the moved back again. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. denburg, last week. Mrs. Luther Sattcrfield. and niece, farmers believe. that they will get a $1,000 cash. Frank, who were there during their (o) Lucilc Sippel, were in Louisville, last price for their tobacco that compares absence, moved to Addison. Lee Meyer was paying 3c for fat 1. 1.. :.! i Miss Margaret Dutschke was given Friday to sec Mrs. Satterfield's sister, r Jiivuiuuiy lu iai ....- vuui 3diu j. t? i. Mrs. Joe Carman. Bowling last night. Mr. Bowling, who hoBs ,ast week a suprise party Saturday, night. (o) Mr. Jas. Hawkins, of Tobinsport. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McKinney at is nresident of .the Owensboro Loose Licensed to marry: Henry G Yea- Leaf Tobacco Warehouse company. ger was in Addison, Saturday. tended services at Lucile Memorial. to Delia Mullen; George Mullen Mrs. Jas. Frank anr Mrs. H. G. Sunday. has just returned from New l ork n,,.c n( to Ula Porter: Charles Gross to vi,:t !,,...., i, ,.:c:,i i, .1 Cloverport, McCormick were Mr. James Beavin. of McQuady, Thursday, also Mrs George Merritt. with his mother and sister, Miss all of the leading tobacco companies. Victoria Payne; Albert Speaks to Ha'"es "1,a. Vacy: The dance at Golda Claycomb's. Sarah Beavin, week-enguests He is convinced that the American, Mamie Jarrett; VlwanI Embry to 'P Isaac Reynolds. Liggett & Meyers and Lor-- , Saturday night was enjoyed by the of his brother, were Simon Beavin. will not be on the Owensboro olusa Henderson young folks. to; .Mrs. J. E. Black was in Louisville, market before the first of the year. Afr anil Mrs. Inn. Rhodes received Mrs. Sallie Miller gave a social an announcement of two little grand- - last week visiting Mr. and Mrs Hiram It is doubtful when the smaller com- Wednesday night and had for her sons, who arrived in October. One at j Moorman, also went to Lakeland to panies will begin buying. guests: Messrs. Frank Board, Frank ths home of Mr and Mrs. Paul see her son. Allen Black, whom she, Small Companies Hard Hit Mercer, Oscar Yates, Jones Mercer Rhodes, Cherliill, Alberta, Canada, the reports getting along nicely and en"The trouble is," said Mr. Bowling Misses Mary Board, other at the home of Air. and .Mrs joyed eating dinner with his mother,, "that many of the smaller companies and Prof. Kenick. Hensley, Lizzie and Lillie Scott, Eva Roy Rhodes. 17 S Trumbull Ave. Sunday, Nov 14. Ava Board, Bcttie Hook and Hallie Mrs. Emma Laslic has returned with capital of from $2,000,000 to Chicago.' have stocks of tobacco on Beeler. from Owensboro, where she visited which they paid from $5,000,-00- 0 hand for her daughter, Mrs. James Combs. FALLS OF ROUGH to $(i,()00,()on,ooo for. They claim Mrs. J. Tilford and son, The latest news from Dayton, in re r. H Eskridge shipped a load of gard to Mr. WHJ Perkins' health is these tobacco stocks as assets, but Paul, spent last Sunday with friends that he is in a serious condition and they could not sell them at the pre- near Irvington. stock Monday. -(- o). Rev. Emery filled his appointment fears are entertained for his ultimate sent time for' fifty per cent of their value. The big companies are also Tobinsport Tom Allen. Louisville, at Lone Star. Saturday night and Sun- recovery at this time. high prices." and .Misses Beruice Whitehead, Anna Mr and Mrs. Fred Ray are coming overstocked at day with splendid attendance. According to Mr. Bowling, the only Dlionau, Mabel and Eunice Beavin Miss Louise Quertermous is in from Owensboro. and will move in companies that will be on the attended church at Skillman, Wedues- foreiun Louisville, where she underwent an part of Purcell's store. Mr Harlan Dunn went to Owens- local market at the start of the season jay. operation for her ear. She is' getting Co) boro, Saturday to be the guest of Mr. will lie tue imperial anu uananer. along nicely. These companies will take the top .Union Star J. T. Skillman. of A revival will begin at this place and Mrs. Carl Beavin. was in town last week visiting Mr. Joe 'Ball is on the Hill visiting grades. Tuesday night by Rev. Heuuingcr. "The European countries do not his captivating little Clarence, the little son of Mr and Lee and John Wood. want, any more tobacco" said Mr. Sarah Elizabeth Havnes. Bowling. "They have a large surplus on hand and in some instances are BRIEF LOCAL ITEMS trying to their tobacco to this country. They have not got the money old. to pay for this year's crop, and some of Mr. John B. Hedden, (12 yearsengiLouisville, and a locomotive of the, tobacco bought last year has neer on the L. II. & St. L. R. R. obnot yet been paid for. tained a marriage license in Louisville Outlook Not Bright. last week to Vcd Mrs Elizabeth of the Hodge ToJames Hodge, (18, a resident of Fisherville. Ky. bacco company ,vho recently return- They will be married Thanksgiving ed from England, says that Europe eve at the Christian church, does not want any more American tobacco at the present time. Mr. -(- o)Hodge is also pessimistic regarding Supt. R. F. the Cloverport prices that will be paid for this Public SchoolPeters, ofon" the basketthe called the ball game between Cloverport and year's crop, The only solution for problem, as he sees it, is for the farm- Irvington girls scheduled for Saturday ers to prize this year's crop of tobac- afternoon on account of the cold co and pledge a part of it as a guar- weather which prevailed the first of IHkl-maAi- a antee that they will cut next year's the week. And after all. Saturday crop of tobacco. turned out to be an ideal day. I'epto-Mangan. I Children's Cream ribbed Union Suits, ages 10. '2 and .'. 14 years, for ,....$1.00 Children's Toques in white, pink, blue and gray. .10c 25c value for 50c Boys Knit Jazz Caps Men's Gray Cotton Sweaters in all size's for $1.50 Men's Overcoats in green mixture and gray $:)0.00 $25.00 value for .'. ofnee whether' you c 'pcrchSdon a high stool or seated in chair, your body is inactive. You .... : ... .i..t, nii .to.. :.. .. .. I this city for a number of years, his stock out Monday to Payne & Co (o) Mr. Aris Warfield and Miss Hallic Jones will be married tonight at Fordsvillc. The bride and groom will spend Thanksgiving in this city with his relatives. -(- o)in closed i ft ' MKf? ' ?.!' LAI.I Lllbi 1 You look pale and feel weak Will f!,"!!: uiuuu m.iuiii;: fe ""iMhche'ilfAL "'n fwh" LIUUI. X" 'Lns iTPwlT 11cdJsl" fr YAd " ConVrl: lion s:i.87.. liHF "!' , rcy r ""'j i Pcpto-Manga- k I'cpto-.Mauga- Po-Manga.G- 's Pepto-Manga- Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffner St. Marx e. IES CLOTHES VALUES TO BE THANKFUL FOR paid the highest prices ever known for our goods this Fall, but we are not paying any attention to the cost price now. We are trying to bring the "back to normalcy" in prices and we are forgetting our profit to do it. It is our loss and your gain and that is the whole story. Our Men's finest overcoats now $42.50 and $31.75 and other low prices. MEN;S $50.00 SUITS, cut MEN'S $40.00 SUITS, cut MEN'S $37.50 SUITS, cut MEN'S $27.50 SUITS, cut to to to to $37.50 $30.00 $28.50 $21.00 "Rat-Sna- 1"E . RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNA- RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNA- .. - d post-offic- I Clay-com- ' I . -- i , Ham-bleto- ! We have just revised our Men's Trousers Prices at one fourth off; and those usedrto-b- e $6.00 Union Alls are now $4.89 LADIES SUITS AND COATS ions we just went through our stock and marked them at l-- , I I At still greater reduct:i off. WASH DR'ESSES d hl-illa- SILK POPLINS , have been greatly reduced. Too are all reduced ::i :. Crepe de chines and fine series, all j Ask to see them before making your purchases. -(o)-F- ordsville LVF-EEflR- D HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY. $(h j CIov-por- t, grand-daughte- r. Master Edward Nail, son of Rev meeting held in the Baptist church reE. C. Xall and Mrs. Nail, had his cently, were baptized in the river tonsils removed at the city hospital in Owensboro. Thursday. Master Nail Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock by returned home Saturday and it re- Rev. E. C. Nail. covering rapidlv re-sh- ip even converts - () -S- from the revival News The advertisements in The Breckenridge this week are interesting. Read thera. Gilli-lan- d, irrrai n iiiirri For the measure of Peace and Prosperity which we enjoy. and For the spirit of business friendship which animates our and other relations. . For the opportunity to SERVE, to have a hand in aiding general prosperity, to be appreciated. We are thankful and consider it a privilege to be thankful on this Thanksco-operat- ion fKfl fjjiBlnakKPM BV JefTer-sontow- n. FOR GENUINE VALUES VISIT THE GOLDEN RULE STORE Sani-tar- y to fleeced Union Suits extra heavy quality, sizes 4 to 16 years. thJLD $1 D4.iU tDAJ theto best qualities,Union suits of size OC 44. 34 (HOCft Men's CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation to relatives and friends for their kindness during during the illness and death of our beloved aunt, Jennie Hardin. Her nieces and nephews. -o-- Mr. Dr. O. E. HART VETERINARY giving Day. SURGEON Will be. lid Whitehead, who was oper ated on at the Owensboro city hospital ten days ago, has been steadily improving and will be able to return home this week Mrs. Whitehead has been in Owensboro with Mr. Whitehead all during his illness. (o) The homes of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Reid, Mr. and Mrs, J. Byrne Severs Mrs. R. L. Newsom and Mr. and Mrs. H, C Pate have been repainted in the last few weeks. -(- o)The Cloverport Public School will observe the Thanksgiving holidays this week and there will not be any school on Thursday and Friday. to JdI.UU ed Union Suits, sizes years, very fine ribbed. to 3)XtDU Bleach4 to 16 Ladies' Juliett Slipper with fur trimmings made of good quality felt colors black and gray only. (PI regular and extra size bleached union suits, splendid quality. and thl.OU FAp tbl.lt) $2.25 9. Men's Army shoes, new soles and, rubber heels, sizes 6 to Per pair Men's all wool socks. tDtvf vf Men's-Boys, 0?O fifi Men's O. D. All Wool Army Shirts. in KY., ERNEST DENHAM LICENSED AUCTIONEER Will cry all sales at a reasonable Fee Write or phone me at Hardinsburg, Ky. Misses and Children's Coats in all the latest materials and styles and at lowest prices. 'Call and inspect. our lines. THE STORE OF GOOD VALUES A full line of Ladies, HARDINSBURG, on the GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVERPORT, KY FOURTH MONDAY IN NOV. PAGE FOUR THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 24,' 1M0 H. WILSON FORDSVILLE, & CO. KENTUCKY GREAT COMBINATION SALE! Up-To-The-Mi- FUQUA & WALKER FORDSVILE, KENTUCKY Fuqua & Walker, the widely known Gents' Furnishings Store and H. Wilson & Co., dealers in Ladies' Wear, have decided, each, to operate a great sale on the same dates, for the convenience and benefit of our customers. Men's Wear to be found in this county. Fuqua and Walker, an old and established firm, carries the largest line of As they deal exclusively in this line, they are consequently able to furnish you with anything you need, and at great m'oney saving prices. You will find many real bargains in their store during this saleMen you can't afford to miss these bargains. H. Wilson and Co., the live wire store, always ready with the latest styles and newest materials in Ladies' Wear, also have an extremely large line in Dry Goods and Notions. See the big line of goods. FUQUA & WALKER and H. WILSON & CO., in Store-Wi- de Movement of Lower Prices. & Store-Wid- e Movement of Lower Prices Dress Goods Woolens, Silks and Cotton Serges in all colors. One of the most desirable dress fabrics for good winter wear. BROWN SERGE 12 inches wide, worth $.1.50 Fuqua Walker's Price Lowering Sale of This store is again coming forth with the greatest number of Real Bargains ever offered before. Although our prices have been exceptionally low, we are making them lower still. We are offering our entire stock of goods at prices so Low that it i decidedly worth your while to buy now for future needs. Never before in the history of our store have we endeavored to help the public, to the extent that we are during this sale. We are offering you goods at prices lower than you have seen for years, though it means a loss to us. Goods at, and below cost! What more could you wish? We are determined to make this the "Banner Sale" of the season. There is absolutely nothing to prevent it. Our quantity and low far better than we can tell prices of goods will show for them-selve- s vou. Fine Clothing and High Grade Furnishings Men's and Boys' Wear Sacrificed now $2.48 42 inches 12 BROWN SERGE $1.50 now BLUE SERGE $2.00" wide, worth $1.19 now inches wide, inches wide, inches worthy $1.48 BLUE $1.50 SERGE now 30 42 worth $1.19 $1.89 GREEN SERGE $2.50 now GREEN SERGE wide, worth 36 now $1.50 $1.19 42 inches wide, worth BURGUNDY, : now $2.50 $1.89 BLACK INVISIBLE CHECK ALL WOOL GOODS 42 inches wide, value $2.50 now$1.89 PLAID, DRESS GOODS 30 inches wide, splendid for Children's School Dresses, also used (or trim. inches wide, worth Without any great noise or publicity and regardless of the cost to this store and the loss to it, we have been giving to our patrons the advantage of a .changing wholesale market. We li.iye done this regardless of the fact that such wholesale quotations have not in the least effected the cost to us of the merchandise in our store. We realize that the time is at hand when war time prices must end, so now take our loss at your gain. And for a period of thirteen days w.e offer to you the following articles at surprisingly low prices. Practically All Profit Sacrificed in this Great Price Lowering of Attention! Thrifty Buyers Will Buy Now 250 Premiums Free We are, not only offering you merchandise at sensationally low prices, but we are also giving 230 valuable and useful premiums absolutely free. These consist of shoes, hats, coats, dresses, skirts, waists, and notions, of all kinds, in fact they represent our entire line of goods, which includes everything with the exception of men's apparel. You must bring your own sale bill (your neighbors bill will not do) and if you find a number to correspond with the one on your bill, then the article so numbered is yours Free. You may have failed in finding your number heretofore, but you may belucky this time, so don't fail to cume. .JEc ining purposes, sale p''" PLAID SILKS Worth up to $2.50. now only $1.48 These make splendid waists, skirts, etc. Also used (or trimming. SOLID COLOR TAFFETA and MESSALI.VES highest quality goods, real 'alue $.1.50 now $1.75 FANCY SILKS In stripes for skirts and shirt waists; worth $.1.00; going at $1.75 SILK POPLINS Full line of colqrs in 30 inch widths. This material is splendid for waists dresses and skirts and goes like wild fire. Former values up to $2.00; going during this sale for 98c DRESS GINGHAMS In beautiful light and dark patterns just received. Some are getting 50 cents per yard for same good'. Some of these come in 112 inch widths. Your choice of any pattern during this sale only; per yard aTAr APRON GINGHAMS Worth 35 cents; during this sale for only 19c PERCALE W inch widths. Full range of patterns. This cloth is being sold by others as high as 50c per yard. We offer it for ""ly gQc SOISETTE Extra wide, all colors Former values Wc ""'" SILK MERCERIZED COTTON POPLIN Heavy weight, extra wide, very fine, worth 7."ic at a real SILK-FINIS4- Men's and Boys' Clothes $37.50 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR $33.75 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR $30.00 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR $28.75 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR $26.25 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR $22.50 SNITS DURING THIS SALE FOR $19.25 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR $15.00 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR You will find in these a complete assortment of all the new Fall Patterns consisting of brown and green mixtures, plain blue and green flannels, serges, etc. Also a good line of staples in both conservative and young men's models. .$14.75 BOYS' $20.00 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR. !.$13.50 BOYS' $18.00 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR. BOYS $16.50 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR. tll.50 .$10.50 BOYS' $15.00 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR. $8.75 BOYS' $12.50 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR. $7.50 BOYS' $10.00 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR. $5.50 BOYS' $7.50 SUITS DURING THIS SALE FOR. These are all this season's models' in the various colors and makes. XTRA SPECIAL BOYS' ALL WOOL BLUE SERGE SUITS AT .$10.98 MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S $50.00 $45.00 $40.00 $37.50 $35.00 $30.00 $25.00 $20.00 BLACK SATEEN 3d inches wide, 6ur Otic quality gfl- for this "i" FLANNELETTE Beautiful patterns, heavy, close woven quality, 40c grade only 29c .! Hi-- for . 12c Towelings Table Linens Big for-- Curtain Scrim Note our reduced prices: 5Qc quality, during sale for 40c quality during sale for 30c quality during sale for 25c quality during sale for 39c 29c 2254c 19c Unusual Bargains in Other Departments HOSIERY BARGAINS EXTRA SPECIAL A child's stocking in sizes from 5 to 1) NUMBER of fine quality, has been sold hv some as high as ."iOc, our 29c special price win ut $1.19 ing this sale for Ladies black mercerized hoe SPECIAL 48c back seam, a T."c value for only TOILET GOODS All kinds of face powder, perfume and various other articles will be greatly reduced for this sale. LADIES BLACK COTTON HOSE 25c value while they last for only 15c LADIES SILK HOSE $2 50 value, all $1.69 colors for only LADIES SILK HOSE $2.00 value dur- ELGIN MAID CROCHET COTTON Almost the same as San Silk. All colors 5c During this sale per ball only BRAID A STITCHED FEATHER 5c 10c grade during this sale for CLARK'S O. N. T. THREAD During this sale for 7Jc SILK THREAD All colors, during this sale for 754c Dur- C M C. CROCHET COTTON ing this sale for. FLEISHERS KNITTING YARN The -- llc 59c SSc grade during this sale per ball SILK SCARFS Pretty patterns. 98c $1.50 values Sale Price 79c $1.25 values. Sale Price 69c $1.00 values. Sale Price 48c 75c values. Sale Price WARM GLOVES CHILDREN'S Good for school wear 35c value for 19c DRESSES SILKS AND SERGES Latest styles in beautiful Fall creations. Best materials; correctly priced. $35.00 values; Sale Price $22.98 $25 00 values; Sale Price $17.98 $20.00 values; sale price .$15.98 MIDDIES FOR SCHOOL GIRLS We bought these especially for the school girl, the very thing for winter wear with dark skirts. All sizes, with long sleeves. .$2.79 Former price $.1.50 now. ..$2.39 I'ormer price $3.00 now- $1.98 Former price $2.50 price $2.00 now. .$1.69 89c I'ormer price $1.50 now. DRESS SKIRTS A nice lot of handsome skirts going at greatly reduced prices Don't miss these exceptional bargains. These are made of silk, serge, poplin, panama etc.; and are wonderful values. ' Values to $10.00 Sale Price $7.48 Values to $7.50 Sale Price $4.98 Values to $5 00 Sale Price $3.98 GREAT BARGAINS IN FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY Hats of quality, style and distinction at exceptionally low prices. Take notice of the following prices. Values up to $5.00 now $2.98 now-Form- Values to Values to Values to Values to 29c 40c per yard for-.22i4c 30c per yard for 19c 25c per yard for-20c per yard 16c Hoosier Cotton 20c Extra good value for .15c Our Our Our Our i eduction and big bargains. former $1.75 value now $1.29 former $1.50 value now $1.15 1.25 value now 89c former 79c former $1.00 value now Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! Men's Shoes at Great Reductions MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S $12.50 DRESS SHOES, BLACK AND BROWN. $10.00 DRESS SHOES, BLACK AND BROWN, $9.00 DRESS SHOES, BLACK AND BROWN, $7.50 DRESS SHOES. BLACK AND BROWN, $0.00 DRESS SHOES, BLACK AND BROWN. $5 00 DRESS SHOES. BLACK AND BROWN. $6.00 AND $6.50 WORK SHOES. ANY COLOR, $500 AND $5.50 WORK SHOES, ANY COLOR $4.00 AND $4.50 WORK SHOES. ANY COLOR, Overcoats! .$10.00 .$8.00 .$7.00 .$6.00 .$4.75 .$3.75 $5.00 $4.25 $3.50 NOW. NOW. NOW-NO- er NOW. NOW. NOW. NOW NOW. Look, Boys! BOYS' BOYS' BOYS BOYS' BOYS' BOYS' BOYS' BOYS' BOYS' We $6.00 $5.50 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.50 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.50 30 Per Cent Off NUW-BOYS' Values up to $7.50 now Values up ,to $10.00 now Values up to $12.50 now $4.48 $5.98 $7.48 TICKING Heavy Feather Proof Ticking former 75c value. Standard width. Comes in blue and white stripes. During this sale for 48c that are DRESS SHOES. BLACK AND BROWN. NOW. DRESS SHOES, BLACK AND BROWN, DRESS SHOES, BLACK AND BROWN. NOW. DRESS SHOES, BLACK AND BROWN, NOW. DRESS SHOES, BLACK AND BROWN, NOW. DRESS SHOES. BLACK AND BROWN, NOW- GOOD HEAVY EVERY DAY SHOES, NOW. GOOD HEAVY EVERY DAY SHOES, NOW. GOOD HEAVY EVERY DAY SHOES, NOW. GOOD HEAVY EVERY DAY SHOES, NOW. RUBBER FOOTWEAR carry the well known Ball Band. Goodrich and Bulls Eye lines at reasonable. .$4.25 .$3.75 $3.50 $3.25 J -- $2.75 --- .$2.45 .$3.50 $3.25 $2.75 -- $2.45 --- prices Big Overall Special-Me- n's in all Sizes An assorted lot of Men's and Young Men's Overcoats made in all the newest patterns, single, double breasted and belted effect in various dark patterns of brown, blue, green and fancies. Men's $40.00 Overcoats now $30.00 Men's $37.50 Overcoats now $28.75 Men's $35.00 Overcoats now $26.25 Men's $30.00 Overcoats now $22.50 Men's $25.00 Overcoats now $19.25 Men's $20.00, Overcoats now $15.00 BIG VALUES IN BOYS' OVERCOATS Boys' $20.00 Overcoats now. .$14.75 Boys' $18.00 Overcoats now. -- $13.50 Boys' $10.50 Overcoats now. -- $11.50 Boys' $15.00 Overcoats now. -- $10.50 Boys' $12.50 Overcoats now. $8.75 Boys' $10.00 Overcoats now. $7.50 Boys' $7.50 Overcoats now $5.50 Various colors. Double breasted, conver-tabl- e collars. All now models. Also a few sizes in slightly damaged coats at almost your own price. RAINCOATS We have a big line that we will offer during this sale at exceptionally low prjees. Now Men, you will probably need one of these coats pretty often from now on. Why not select it now and be prepared for the weather changes. Suits, Coats, Dresses Beginning Nov 29, this store will demonstrate to the women of Fordsville and vicinity just what a service we can do and will do to bring them wearing apparel at prices that are really way under our regular low prices. Read the following price reductions, then act. Short Silk Mole Plush coats, full lined, lat$34.95 est thing out, $50 00 values; now Short Silk Seal Plush coats trimmed with mole plush, ful lined; $10.00 values at $27.98 Velours, silvertones, plushes, etc. Values to $50.00 now Values to $40.00 now Values to $30.00 now. Values to $20.00 now. Values to $15.00 now. $39.98 $29.98 Good Groceries Low at Prices RED DIAMOND Extra heavy, best make. Former price ?'1.25 per !. ..$2.00 garment during this sale only $3.75 Full suit during this sale for only Hats and Caps A good selection of Fall and Winter patterns at the following prices: Men's $7 00 good felt hats now $5.50 Men's $0.50 good felt hats now $5.25 Men's $0.00 good felt hats now $4.75 Men's $5.00 good felt hats now $4.00 Men's $4.00 good felt, hats now $3.25 Men's $3 50 good felt hats now $2.75 Men's $3.00 good felt hats now $2.25 Men's $2.50 good' felt hats now $1.75 Mens j.3.50 caps going at .12.75 Men's $3.00 caps going at. .$8.50, Men's $2.50 caps going at. .$2.00 MenU $2,00 caps going at. .$1.50 Men's $1.50 caps going at. .$1.00 One lot of cans wnrtli $1 no tn Ki n ing this 3ale only, we will sell at 50c. ,- .$22.98 .$14.98 .$10.98 Corsets our corsets are offered at sensationally, are splendidly made of good strong material, and built throughout to give fit and wear. Made of tested corset materials and correctly boned. We have a corsetiere, and you may have your corset fitted to you if you wish. All Corsets should be fitted the same as shoes We carry the famous Gossard and Madame Grace. AH Best granulated sugar per lb. only12c White Naptha soap, the 10c quality per bar only Matches, 500 count, only 5c Fire Proof Oil, (Limit 5 gal. to customer) per gallon, only 20c Coffee, a good cleaned one, makes a good strong drink, our former 25c grade now Wjc Salmon, full size can only 15c Light House Soap, a good 5c bar to go at 0 for 25c Macaroni, nice and fresh 10c box during this sale for only 8c Spaghetti, now goods worth 10c for 8c Putnam Dyes, all colors per package during sale only 7fraC 7c MEN'S UNIONALLS Good Heavy "Head Light" make. Blue and kahki. Former price $5.00 and $5.50. During this sale for only BOYS $2.50 Grade $2.25 Grade $2.00 Grade $3.75 !2$1.75 .$1.50 .$1.25 Same grade and make as Men's During This Sale For During This Sale For. During This Sale For- - ' BARGAINS prices. IN $7.50 ODD PANTS ' . It is only because of an overstock that we are able to offer the unusually low $10.00 $0.00 $7.50 low prices, Blanket Specials $5,00 value $10.00 value during sale for $3.48 during sale for $7.48 All other blankets at big reductions. $4.50 Men's $0.00 Dress pants now Men's $5.00 Dress pants -- $5.75 Men's $3.50 and $4 Dress pants now $2.75 KNEE PANTS Heavy and medium weights, good dark mixtures to go at the following prices: Boys $3.00 Good Servicable pants at $2.00 Boys $1.25 Good servicable pants at 75c Boys $2.50 Good servicable pants at $1.75 Boys $1.50 Good servicable pants at $1.00 Boys $2.00 Good servicable pants at $1.40 -- Men's Men's Men's Dress pants now. Dress pants now. press pants now. .$7.00 now$3.75 Neckwear Men's silk ties $.200 values, sale price.$1.50 Men's good ties $1.50 values, sale price$L15 Men s good ties $1.25 values, sale pricel.00 Men s good ties $1.00 values, sale pricc75c Men s good ties 75c values, sale price 50c Some good patterns at 25c I Men's Work Coats Brown duck, heavy weight, blanket lined. I'ormer price' $5.50; sale price $4.50 Brown duck, good weight $5 value at $4.00 h J SALE BEGINS NOV. 29: ENDS DEC. 13 r " r Tl'i ' 1VI T NOVEMBER 24, 1S20 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY PAGE FIVK Fuqua & Walker and H. Wilson & Co.'s Great Combination Sale, Continued Remnants! Remnants! n Wc accumulate a great many remnants from the many pieces of goods wc cut each clay, and we buy some purposely for our remnant counter, 'we do this the great call for bargain which our customers know will be found among our remnants. Some are priced at much less than cost. Make your dollars do double duty. The quantity is limited, but such quality is hard to be found. Special Bargains on Coat Suits Every suit in the house priced special for this sale. Fine silvertoncs, wool velours, tricotincs, broad-cclothserges and poplins; all beautifully lined. See these values. s, Sweaters For Men and Boys We have a well selected stock at remarkable values. Colors: maroon, navy, heather, green, brown and mixtures. Sizes up to 4(1. One special lot boys heavy, ruff neck sweaters, former prices $1.75 to go at $1.35 :. lot $1.00 values, sale price One 65c Shoes At Greater Reductions Yes, we are still reducing our shoe prices. Not a single pair in the house but will go into this great sale Men And Boys Jerseys A small lot $1.00 goods to go at A limited quantity of boys jerseys to go at 65c .45c Coats for Rain and Snow We are offering some of the greatest bargains in raincoats, imaginable. These coats are made in good style, by one of the best rubber goods manufacturers in the country. Each garment is well "made thru out and will give long hard service. Notice our prices for this sale: . I at lower prices than ever before. See the extremely low prices on one bargain counter. These prices are almost unbelievable but true. We feel we are offering the most remarkable shoe bargains we, have been able to offer our customers for a long time. They are well made, servicable stlyes and are being offered at these extremely low prices during this , sale only. Men's Unionsuits Our showing comprises a complete range in dium, heavy and extra weight garments me- A Values Values Values Values Values to to to to $25.00 During Sale for. $20.00, During Sale for $15.00, During Sale for $10.00, During Sale for to' $5.00, During Sale for $18.98 14.98 $11.48 $7.48 $3.48 Boys Hats. At Very Low Prices A big line of little boys hats in cloth, felt and fur. They come in different styles. We are going to sell Men's $3.00 Heavy fleeced and ribbed unionsuits, dur-- . ing this sale for $2.25 Men's $2.50 Heavy fleeced and ribbed unionsuits, during this sale for $2.00 Men's $2.25 Heavy fleeced and ribbed unionsuits,' during this sale for $1.75 Men's $1.75 fleeced shirts or drawers now $1.25 Men's $1.25 ribbed shirts or drawers now $1.00 A good line of boys underwear at correct prices. these at great money saving prices. Values Values Values Values $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, During During During During This This This This Sale Sale Sale Sale for for for for $1.75 $1.48 $1.19 79c N Outing Flannels Reduced Big range of fancy and soft colors, heavy weight, extra "29cwide cloth. Some get 45c per yard our price - Girls Gingham Dresses We have a limited lot of these dresses left which we are offering at 3 off of our regular low price. These dresses have been greatly in demand for school girls this season, but we are offering these to our trade at a price that one can't afford to turn down, especially after they have seen their splendid style, and the high grade materials from which they are made. 1-- Men's Hosiery Men's silk sox. $1.50 values, sale price Men's lisle sox, 75c values, sale "price Men's cotton lisle sox 50c values, sale price Men's good sox 35c to 40c values, sale price . $1.00 50c 35c 25c Wkjti&f WW- - Silkoline Comfort Goods A 3G . inch cloth silk finished in pretty patterns, worth 25c 40c, going at.... A few dozen broken lots, assorted colors up to 50c values, sale price 20c Petticoats fcr fc. Men's good heavy Nelson work sox 25c values at Men's all wool best grade sox for An excellent quality wool sox 20c 65c 50c 25c Great Reductions in Shirting Best quality wide widths, comes in solid blue, also stripes. Desirable where low cost and wearing quali25c ties are desired. A 40c value only - Women's fine quality petticoats. Designed in the latest tailored style, and made from high grade materials. The bottoms have pin plaited flounces. Wool jersey top petticoats, with silk taffeta flounce, $2.98 formerly sold at $4.00 now $3.00 Sateen petticoats now .' Light grade wool mixed $2.29 Boys and Children's Hosiery Boys good heavy stockings 75c values at Boys gpod heavy stockings COc ..60c values at 45c 35c Gloves Boys good heavy stockings 50c values at Bargains in Waists Crepe de chine, georgette, tricolette and voiles. The blouses spell style in every feature. We call special attention to our prices on voile waists, made of best material, and strictly tailored. A very attractive line of popular priced gloves at lower prices.., , " Men's Shirts at Lower Prices Former prices $3.50 During, Sale for Former prices $2.00, During Sale for $2.48 $1.4H york Shirts Heavy blue, excellent quality and workmanship. $2.00 Grade Shirts now. $1.50 Grade Shirts now $1.25 $1.00 All made of extra wearing materials popular colors and patterns. in most $3.00 .....$2.75 Many unusual good values in our cheaper georgettes'. See our range of low prices. Values to $0.00, special $3.48 price during this Sale for i Men's $4.00 Dress shirts with soft suffs now Men's $3.50 Dress shirts with soft cuffs now.. Beautiful tricolette blouses, effectively embroidered in wool. Wonderful creations at wonderful bargains. .$5.48 During this sale for. Georgettes, all new colors, silk embroidered and bead $5.48 trimmed; sale price... I Men's $3.00 Dress shirts with soft cuffs now Men's $2.50 Dress shirts wiht soft cuffs now $2.25 .$1.90 Men's $2.00 Dress shirts with laundered cuffs now $1.25 Flannel Shirts Big line at slight reductidns. V. Men's $1.50 Dress shirts with laundered cuffs nowv$1.00 Also a reduction of 25 per cent on all boys shirts. 35c A small lot of boys blouses, regular 75c values at Georgette and tricolette combinations in Russian blouse effect, silk embroidered; Sale price... .- .- ..........$5.48 IIX THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY 1st, James McCoy, Harned 2nd, Paul Wethington, City 3rd, no entry. 11-1- 2 NOVEMBER 94, 1M0 PREMIUM LIST COUNTY AGRICULTURAL FAIR HELD NOVEMBER School. - 5.00 Divinity Candy, Mrs. Geo. Bess, - 2.50 City SO Fancy Work Prettiest Cotton quilt, any pattern, Mrs. A. T. Beard, City Ladies Gown, Mrs. W. R. MoorRag Rug, Mrs, Dowcll, City D. D. 1.00 Romauld's School 1.00 fthue, City By fourth grade pupil, No. 20 St. 1.00 Best female bird any age, to be man. City To the school making the hest - 1.0 -Romauld's School Coverlid. Mrs. E. F. Lyons, City 1.00 shown single, Thomas O'Dono showing in the parade, Haul Kcil, By fifth grade pupil, Bessie - - - - 100 Shirt Waist, Mrs. Bruce Moor- ghue, City - $3.00 ricks School 100 Cloverport 00 man, Harned Best trio, any age, Thomas Cclia By sixth grade pupil, To the school giving the hest 1.50 Babies Cap.Edwina Hagau, City Donoghuc, City Exercise, shown on Brown, City R F. D. - - - 1.00 White Plymouth Rock: No entry. 75 R. F. D. By seventh grade pupil, No. 3, St. p3gc 32 of the Course in PhysiWhite Wyandott: Curtains. Mrs. J. B. Rhodes, City l.CO cal Education as Lesson t. ExRomauld's School - - - - - 1.00 Babies Suit, Mrs Hunter Hcn- Best male bird any age, to be By eighth grade pupil, St. Romercise one, two and three, City nigcr, Garfield shown single, no entry .V00 00 High School auld's School Best female bird any age, to he Pillow cases and sheet, Mrs. Best map of United States by any To the school having the hest disshown single, no entry Bruce Moorman, Harned - - 130 seventh or eighth grade pupil, play of all school endeavors, Best trio, any age, M.rs, Arthur Pillowcases, Mrs. Herbert Beard, 1.00 Amicl Johnson, Cloverport St. Romaulds High School - .V00 1.00 Beard, City - 1.50 City Best map of Kentucky by any To the school having the hest disSecond best trio any age, ' Tablecloth and napkins, Mrs A fifth or sixth grade pupil, No. play of paper cutting and 1.00 T. Beard, City Frank DeHaven. City - - - 1.00 100 Brown Leghorn: No entry 17, St. Romauld's School mounting and general primary Luncheon napkins, Mrs. W. C. Best declamation, not to exceed 1.00 seat work, Cloverport Graded Duval!, City White Leghorn: four minutes, Joseph Shccran ".00 School Best male bird any age, to be Dresser or sideboard scarf, Miss St. Romauld's School - - - 1.00 ,75 To tlit team winning the Medley Lillian Glasscock, McDanicls shown single, Sidney Wooslcy, Best written original story not Relay race given on page X of City 1.00 Best article in embroidery, Mrs. to exceed 200 words, No. 1 St. the Course in Physical EducaBest female bird any age, to be F. K. Rhodes, City - - - - ,1.0(1 Romauld's School - - - - - 1 00 tion, Hrcckinridgc County High shown single, Sidney Wooslcy Best article in tatting, Miss of some farm device 2.50 Best drawing School City 1.00 Agnes Jarboc, City- - - - - 1.00 which you made, with a written To the school winning the CentiBest trio, any age, Sidney Piano Scarf, Miss Lucy Tabor, description of how to make it, ' .30 pede Race given on page 54 of 1.50 Wooslcy, City City B. F. Dowcll. B. C. II. 5. - - 1.00 Rhode Island Red: the Course in Physical EducaLadies Handkerchief, Mrs. Bruce tion, Breckinridge County High Mules. Best male bird any age, to be Moorman, Harned - - - - .50 2.50 Best School shown single, G. A. Wright, Knitted Sweater, Miss Agnes Jar Jack Mule, any age, Owen 1 00 1.00 McQuady boc, City Best Specimen of Writing Parks, Irvington - - - ' - 3 00 Centerpiece. Mrs. W. A. Wheel- Best, female bird any age, to be By first grade pupil, T. J. Robcrt-soiBest Jennet Mule, any age, Joe 1.00 er, City 1.00 City Glasscock, McDanicls - - - - ,V00 shown single Best Trio, G. A. Wright, Mc , Best knitted or crocnet cap, .Miss By Second grade pupil, Henry Best pair mules, cither sex, Owen 1.50 .50 Quady Mary Whitehead, Cloverport 1.00 Cooper, City 5.00 Parks, Irvington Second Best trio, J. W. Hend Bedspread, Mrs. W. L. Beauch- By third grade pupil. No. 22, St. Best yearling mule, either sex, no 1.00 rick, City 2.00 amp, City' entry Collar and Cuff set, Mrs. Bruce Turkeys. Weanling mule, cither sex, Best ,50 Moorman, City Best torn turkey any age, to be no entry Sofa Pillow, Fannie Harrington, single, Lcn Weather-hol- t, shown Dairy Cattle Cloverport ' Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Best Dairy Bull,and Dairy Products. City. 1.50 any breed, under Knitted Lace, Miss Josie Lewis, Best pair turkeys any age, to be five vears of age, G. A. Wright, Chicken Raisers, Live Stock City .30 shown single, Mrs. Tom Beard, 5.00 McQuady -i City '2.00. Crochet lace, Mrs. J F. Harth, .50 Second best dairy bull, under five Dealers of and Tobacco City j years of age, G. R. Eskridge, Vegetables and Fruits. Best dressed doll. Anna Dejar- Breckinridge County City 2.30 Apples; nette English, City - - - - ,75 Best Dairy Cow, any breed under 1st, James McLoy, Harned - -- .() Door Panel, Mrs. Clevc Hendrick, five years of age, HershcJ Mc2nd,T. L. Callahan, City - - 3.00 City .50 5.00 Coy, Harned 3rd, James McCoy, Harned - 2.00 Best specimen of crochet, Sue Hall Stock Farm Second best, dairy cow under Moorman, Glen Dean, - - - .50 Pears: five years of age, no entry Glen Dean, Ky. 1st. Mrs. Cal Hendrick, City - 2.00 Best Handkerchief, Edna. JenM. Best pound of butter, Mrs. P. 2nd, Virgil Norton, Webster - 1.00 nings, Ci(ty R. F. D. - - - .50 Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Beard, City 5.00 Irish Potatoes: Best teddy bear, Lucy Beard, Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hamp- Second best pound of butter, Mrs. City 1st, J. W. Hendrick, City - - 5.00 1.00 J. C. DeHaven, City - - - 2.50 shire Sheep. 2nd, Will Howard, City - - 3.00 Handkerchief, under 15 vears, Corn, Wheat and Oats. 3rd, T. L. Callahan, City - - 2.00 Alice Hardin. City R. F. D. - .50 Have won 1000 Ribbom at State Fait l Sweet Potatoes: Yellow Corn: Blanket. Mrs F. R. Dowell. City 1.00 Fait Five Yeart 1st. J. M. Hook. City - - - ,:.ot) Best Buttonholes, Edna Jennings, 1st. Ed Volies, City - - - - S.00 i. 2nd, Sidney Woosley - - - 2.00 City .50 2nd, S. C. Taul. City - - - 4.00 3rd. THE HOWARD FARMS White Paul Wethington, City - - 2.00 Pumpkin, largest: 1st. Oscar Brown, City - - 2.00 COLORED MAN BADLY Corn: 2nd, J. R. Jolly, McQuady - - 1.00 J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. 1st. Parson Pile. Westview - 8 00 INJURED AT SHOPS 2nd. City High School - - - 4.00 Turnips: Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Sultan, C. L. Mcador, City - - - 2.00 W. Hendrick, City - - 2 00 1st. 3rd. J. l Sultan, heads the herd aon of Robert Coleman, colored, and a 2nd, H. D. Basham, City - - 1.00 Duroc Hogs, Sprague Defender heads the Wheat, no entry coal shoveler employee of the L. H herd. Best Collection of Vegetables,' Oats, no entry Breeders of 2nd. priie Polled Shorthorn Mrs. Tom Gregory, Harned - 5.00 & St L. R. R. shops, was badly inTobacco. Heifer (Senior yearling class) jured Iact Moiuhy while u duty. Preserves. Chicago, 11)10. Burlev: Coleman was working on a coal car -: -: 1st. Cal Hendrick, City R. F. D. 8 00 Strawberry,. Mrs. Bruce MoorKy. Glen Dean, and the bur.ket to the coal horse hit 75 him knocking him agaiut the side man, Harned 2nd. Cal Hendrick. City R. F. D. 4.00 R Moorman, Peach, Mrs. W. 3rd. J. W. Hendrick, Gity, R. of the .car Coleman was unconscious City .75 for several minutes Dr Chas. Light-foo- t, 2.00 Farm F. D. Valley Home .75 Quince, Mrs. Tom Withers, City gave the railroad's physir-ianW. J. OWEN & SONS, Propietora 1st, Jim Hinton. McQuady - - 8.00 Cherry, Mrs. W. C. Moorman, him medical aid .75 City 2nd, Coleman Hinton, McQuady Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 3rd, .75 Pebr. Mrs, Frank Jolly, City SENATOR BECKHAM MAY Poland China Hogs a Specialty Pryor: no entry Canned Fruit and Vegetables. MAKE STATEMENT SOON. Polled Durham Cattle 1st. Dennie Squires, City - - 8.00 Canned 2nd, John W. Owen, Glen Dean 4.00 Peaches, Mrs. Frank Jolly, City .75 Washington, Nov. 17. Senator 3rd, no entry Blackberries, Mrs. P. M. Beard, Beckham may give out a Matemeut Hogs. City - - .75 soon in regard to the senatorial elecGilts born in 1020: Pears. Mrs. P. M. Beard, City - .75 tion in Kentucky. Whether or not he Hardinsburg, Ky. HarM. Beard. City .75 will Cherries, Mrs. P. 1st. Raymond McCrume, I Dealers in contest Ernst's election will dened 10.00 Tomatoes, Mrs. Herbert Beard, pend on evidence developed by tlie in2nd, Forrest Davis, Harned - 5.00 LIVE STOCK AND. City .75 vestigators of the depirtment of jus3rd, Owen Goodman, Westview 2.50 Corn, Mrs. C. W. Moorman, City .75 tice, who are now in Kentucky TOBACCO Males born in 1020: String beans, Mrs. Sidney" WoosRobert T. Scott, secretary to the 1st, Thomas O'Donoghue, City ley, City .75 attornev general said todav that no R. F D. 5 00 Jelly. report has been received from the 2nd. Paul Wethington, City - 2.50 Best display, must include three mvesimaiors 3rd. Paul Wethington, City - 1.00 Hardinsburg, Ky. kinds, Mrs. "Dennie Sheeran, Sows born previous to 1020: City Dealer in 1.00 1st. James McCoy, Harned - - 5.00 High-ClaPickles Horses, Mules, Fine Sad2nd. Thomas O'Donoghue. Citv R. F D - 2.50 Sweet pickles, any kind, Mrs. P. dle and Harness Horses. M Beard, City 3rd. Paul Wethington, City - 00 .75 It will pay you to visit my Stables Males born previous to 1920: Cucumber pickles, Mrs. H. M. -1 Sct-ting---- Poultry. Barred Plymouth Rock: Best male bird, any age, to be shown single, Thomas O'Dono- - UB 2 00 m "Tell your mother 1 -- 25r coimra COLDS KEMP'S BALSAM -- --- - THRQfr will stop that cough, Bill. My mother gives it to me when I get a cough, and you don't hear me coughing all the time." IHSI And Johnnie is right, too. ZjjWu; I fid Get a bottle now from your druggist. LE HOY. N. Y. T4l -- i. --- --- DIRECTORY NOTICE TAXPAYERS! , 1 -,- ,," I, or one of my Deputies will be at the following places on the following dates, towit: Custer, Union Star, McDaniels - - Nov. 22, Mook, Frymire, Roff Nov. 23, Hudson, Mooleyville, Glen Dean - - Nov. 24, Bewleyville, Chenault, Rockvale - Nov. 26,' Big Spring, Stephensport, Cloverport Nov. 27, Lodiburg, Woodrow, Vanzant - - - Nov. 29, Garfield Nov. 30, Cloverport, Tuesday night - - - - Nov. 16, Cloverport, Tuesday night - - - - Nov. 30, 1920 1929 1920 1920 1920 1920 1920 1920 1920 '- Planters --- '- ....... n 4 K.1 l $ We realize that money matters are somewhat tight State Auditor, December 1st, and will be compelled to collect your taxes in order to make my settlement. The penalty goes. on December 1st, and this will be the last time around before the penalty goes on. We want to serve you every way we can and trust that you will give us ast much consideration. The tax books for the first district will be at the court house all the time. The tax books for the third district-wilbe at Stephensport every Saturday. The books. for the secdnd district will be at Cloverport every Saturday. B. CARMAN, Sheriff, Breck.-- Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. W. H. GIBSON, Deputy, 3rd Dist., Sjephensport W. C. PATE, Dep'y, 2nd and 6th Dist., Cloverport, Ky. . at this time, but I have to make my settlement with the White-hal- Inter-Nation- :- :- Stock One-Sucke- r: , A BEARD BROS. ( C. V. ss Robertson i win? 1 Beard, City 'Chow chow, Mrs. P. M. Beard. --- .75 Fordsville Planing Mill Co. JAKE WILSON, Manager Chili Sauce. Mrs. H. M. Beard. City Pepper Hash, Mrs. Alfred Taylor, City Let's settle this right now! . .75 .75 No man ever smoked Bread Loaf salt rising bread, Mrs. Dennie Sheeran, City i.co Blackberry Jam, Mrs. P. M. --- better cigarette than Camel! You'll find Camels unequalled by a FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY HEATING STOVES Moore's Airtight Heaters, Medium and Large size. Moore's Heaters. The Radiant Home, two sizes. ay Beard. City Stuffed Peppers, Mrs. Alf Taylor, City Orange Peel, Mrs. Tom Withers, .50 .50 .50 () City Pepper Relish, Mrs. P. M. Beard. City R. Dowell, price because Camels combine every feature that can make a cigarette supreme Camels expert blend of choice I"5 any cigarette in the world at any RANGES The Great Majestic Malleable Range. Moore's Famous Range in the Blue Enamel and Cheaper. Economist Ranges. No. 7 Step Cook Stoves. KITCHEN CABINETS The Sellers Kitchen Cabinets. The best and highest quality made. 9x12 Rugs at right prices. Sewing Machines. Edison ! I Phonographs. ROAD WAGONS . Owensboro, Weber, John Deere. Both in light and Medium sizes. Write us for prices. ' City - - Grape Juice, Mrs. D. D. Dowell. City Apple Vinegar, Mrs. II. M. Beard, City Canned Beets. Miss Clara Ileston, City Canned Apples, Miss Claudia Woosley, City Canned Cucumbers, Mrs. Alf ' Taylor. City.. Canned Peppers, Mrs. Sam Mon- arch, City Candies Fancy mixed candy, .Pauline 'Moorman, City Midge, plain, Mary Louise Moor-uiui- i. --- Grape Wine, Mrs. F. .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 tobaccos puts Camels in a class by will appeal to you, and permit you to smoke liberally without tir- Turkish and choice Domestic themselves. Their smoothness ing your taste ! v. Camels leave' no unpleasant ciga-ret- ty .30 .5(1 Harned --- VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles are most dangerous because of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking cigaretty odor I You'llprefer Camels blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight ! - aftertaste nor unpleasant ELdomesitci T- . BldFiHes m Camel are told everywhere in tcientifically eealed package of 20 cigarette; or ten package (200 cigarette) in a carton. wm strongly recommend thi carton for the komm or oBice aupply or when you travel giattme-paper-cover- R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-SaleN. C Gasoline Engines. 1J to 15 Horse Power. Feed Grinders. Corn Mills. Water Systems, Pumps, Lalley Light Plants. Waterloo Boy Tractors. Buggies. Surreys. Lime, Cement, Laths, Plaster, Flooring, Ceiling, Weath- erboarding, Pine Boards, Shingles, Rubber Roofing, House Paint, Linseed Oil, Roof Paint. Write us COLD MEDAL & rarerarci The world's standard remedy for these disorders, will often ward off these diseases and strengthen the body against further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists. Look for lh for prices. We can give you quick service. name Gold Medal oat ovorr bo and accept no hntttltoa NMitfMMtMM2 . &A..4 'NOVEMBER 24, 1920 - THEBRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE SEVEN m . IV lv y If' It E Green Bros , lumber and labor- 43.87 Frank Payne, 4 days labor. 9.00 n 00 II. K. Elliott Co., supplies for Engineer lit- T, J. Hook, lumber for bridge forms-- John 74.no Bloomer, Tire for machine, bill filed. 10.50 Harold Parks, Bond No. 0 and interest 328.75 Herbert Jarboe, 5 days, 7 hours foreman 15.70 WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS Bishop and Payne, painting bridge 122.02 0.22 Jess Whitworth, Express charges. 230.00 East St. ouis Bridge Co., UO'in steel bridge. 10.00 Herbert Uasham, 4 days labor- For 75 Years "The Christmas Store" Marion Weatherholt, concrete for bridge 44.00 Raymond Shccran, Oil and Pulling car from Garfield. 0.40 118.90 J. W. Moxlcy, 2378 feet lumber delivered to bridge. s Co., Barrel paint 8p.3G L Billy Gray, Janitor service for October 1.50 Postmaster, Hardinsburg, Postage 1.00 B. F. Beard & Co., road tools 23.02 fl.OO Austin Arincs, team 1 day 15.00 Allen Mcador, 5 days foreman 107.30 Norvin Chancellor, 2G84 feet lumber floor Tarfork bridge. 4.48 Tom Donoghuc, 128 feet lumber 9.00 Allen Mcador, 3 days foreman 15.00 Austin Amies, team 3 days S. H. Amos, 3 days labor 7.50 4.00 Walter Wcisenberg, trip from Cloverport. 2.23 Willie Wheatley., 1 day labor Joseph Wheatlcy, 1 day labor 2.25 2.25 Francis 'Craven, 1 day labor- 3 87 Marion Weatherholt, repairs and gas. 0.58 Hardin & Son, repairs on Ford car Postmaster, Hardinsburg, Postage 1.00 2.25 Charlie Whcatley, 1 day labor. Don't take a chance of disappointing the Hardinsburg Pharmacy can Carbonoid for Ford. 1.00 3 00 little tots this Christmas morning. Buy now, while stocks Hardin & Son trip from Cloverport T. B. Beard 110 feet lumber 3.85 are complete and the selections are at their best. It is a fact that thousands of children were sorely disappointed 21.75 Hardin & S.011, repairs on car last Christmas when they opened their bright little eyes, Geo. Laughliu, foreman and expenses Gohagcn Bridge. 63.14 expecting to sec the favorite toys they had so trustingly Geo. Laughlin, foreman and expenses Gohagcn bridge. 53.24 hoped Old Santa would bring them. , And their disap4.50 Fletcher Pauley, 1 day labor on Gohagen bridge pointments were, in most every instance, due to carelessMarion Weatherholt, material for Gohagen bridge 70.00 ness upon the part of their elders who delayed too long in Marion Weatherholt, supplies 'and pay roll Gohagen bridge. 325.10 informing Santa Claus just what the kiddies wanted. 3.00 Herman Miller, 1 day work on Gohagen bridge- Consequently, the jolly old man did not know in time 5.00 Fred Mayes, 2 days work on Gohagen bridge. that little Jane wanted, above all things, a doll with pretty 27.50 Geo. Laughlin, foreman on Gohagen bridge brown eyes; ,or, that Bob had set his heart upon having 1.00 Waltr Weisenberg, trip to Cloverport- coaster wagons. When at last one of those 144.38 Geo. Laughlin, pay roll for work on Gohagen bridge. Santa did find out just what was wanted, how sorry he : 8 00 B. F. Beard & Co., roll of wire was that there was none left. 121.15 Geo. Loughlin, labor and expenses on bridge-Virg- il G.00 Robinson, labor on bridge Don't let this happen this Christmas. Shop 30 00 Carl Craig, G days work on; bridge- Early! And what a variety you will find 30.00 Chester Quinn, G days work on bridge- here at " The Christmas Store." Everything 3.00 Herman Miller, labor on bridge- everybody wants in great abundance now. 89.13 Marion Weatherholt, material and lumber for Gohagen bridge- Our orders were placed early and we are in Carl Craig, 14 days work on bridge. 70.00 splendid readiness to help Old Santa bring Geo. Laughlin,, foreman 13 days, board for 3 men, blacksmith. 170.80 happiness to all his little friends. 54 00 Wm. White, 12 days work on bridge 70.00 Chester Quinn, 14 days work on bridge. 121.78 J. W. Pate, use of boat and barge hauling material for bridge 7.50 cuwaru iTiicueioe, . aays lauor lucuamcis unage- 7.50 Victor Critchloe, 3 days laor McDanicl bridge- & Louisville, Ky. 7.50 Robert Critcheloe, 3 days labor on McDaniels bridge 3.00 Raymond Critcheloe, 2 days labor on McDaniels bridge- 8.87 H B. Critchloe, 203 feet lumber- 75c worth of nails 10.00 J. E. Cannon, team 1 day, labor 2 days 12.00 H B. Critcheloe, 4 days foreman, McDaniels bridge 10 77 Conrad Payne & Co., tools and material Gohagen bridge. ALLOWED BY BRECK33.00 Pat Greenwood, 11 days work on bridge- 33 00 Herbert Greenwood, 11 days work on bridge-Virg- il INRIDGE COUNTY FISCAL T 18 00 Robinson, 6 days work on bridge 33.00 Carl Craig, 7 days work on bridge 33 00 Chester Quinn, 7 days work on bridge APRIL TERM 1920 10 00 Elmer Conkling, 2 days work on bridge (Continued From Last Week) 31.50 Wm. White, 7 days work on' bridge. 33.00 Herman Miller, 11 days work on bridge. 103.0'J Geo. Laughlin, foreman G days, board for 4 men, blacksmith-Herma- n ft, BRIDGE FUND Miller, 4 days, 5 hours work on bridge 13.50 Receipts 12 00 Herbert Greenwood, 4 days work on bridge- $G,083 From J. B. Carman, Sheriff, out of County Levy. 12 0(1 Pat Greenwood, 4 days work on bridge- 00 Out of County Levy. 5.00 Gene Frank, 2 days work on McDaniels bridge o 11.13 From J. B. Carman, out of 1919 .i.i Clinton 5.00 Franks 2 days work on McDaniels bridge- warrants !M18 40 33.00 Virgil Robertson, 11 days work on bridge- 5.00 John Mattingly, 2 days labor- .$13,925 98 Total receipts. .J22.3G Geo. Laughlin, material and pay roll Gohagcn brif'ge- 284.50 Disbursments Geo. Laughlin, pay roll week ending Fib. 28, 19i0- 41,017, ,85 T A. Mattingly, hauling piling. Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co.. 12.00 30, .50 J. W, Pate, use of boat and barge- 44.U0 Marion Weatherholt, lumber, spikes, hauling and labor-Fra40 J no. Bloomer, Salary as Road Engineer. Brickey, 6 hours, team fill on Beech Fork bridge 150.00 Guy Bennett, 3 hours, team 7 hours labor .42 Jno. Bloomer, Salary as Road Engineer-Jn- o. 150.00 4 50 S. J. Jolly, 2 days as foreman- 150.00 Bloomer, Salary as Road Engineer- G1C, 84 Farmers Bank & Trust Co., money borrowed on oVerdraft- 150.00 J no. Bloomer, Salary as Road Engineer 20. 00 J. V. Critcheloe, 8 days labor. 150.00 , Jno. Bloomer, Salary as Road Engineer 20 25 Hi B. Critcheloe, team and foreman 5 2 days-150.00 Jno. Bloomer, Salary as Road Engineer 11, 75 A. Smiley, 4 2 days and 2 hours, labor 69.80 Kentucky State Treasurer, Freight on Truck- 10 50 James Clark, 4 days and 2 hours labor, 150.00 Jno.. Bloomer, Salary as Road Engineer 9, 25 EH Poole, 3 days and 2 hours labor-150.00 Jno. Bloomer, Salary as Road Engineer 99 3G M. D. Pumphrey & Son, 2484 feet lumber for bridge- 150.00 Jno. Bloomer, Salarv as Road Engineer, 12, 50 Sam Armes, 5 days labor-137.89 Interest on foregoing warrants 15 .00 T. G. Spradlin, 2 days, team 6 days labor-5 5G William Pool, 2 days and 2 hours labor- -- $11,101.40 Total Disbursments. 91 .19 H. B, Critcheloe,1 lumber for approach to McDaniels Bridge- $ 2,824.58 Balance on 11 .25 John Hale, 4 2 days labor- next week) ,feet lumber 96 21. $3.00 per hundred- J. W. Bennett. 732 281 .26 Green Bros., lumber and labor, Falls of Rough Bridge. 29, .81 J, T. McClellan, lumber, nails and labor on 2 culverts- o 50 Steve McCqy, repairs on approach to bridge. If You Are Looking For 46 .30 T. J. Hook, road tools, wire etc.. 204 .82 Green Bros., lumber and material, Rock Lick Bridge G 00 Mi L. Conkwright, lumber, nails, 7 hours labor on culvert- 8, .00 P. A. Tucker, lumber, nails and labor putting in culver- t140, 00 Bishop & Payne, painting bridges, McDaniels Mouastry Gal.. G .75 Guy Payne, team, labor, nails, lumber- You Will Be Interested In These We Offer For Sale 190 .00 Bishop & Payne, painting Falls Sinking & Stephensport bridges. The Values Will Be Readily Appreciated If You 14. 55 Hardinsburg Auto Co., Blacksmithing 1 .70 B, F. Beard & Co., paint brushes. Take Time To Investigate Them 1,018 .20 Farmers Bank & Trust Co., Bond of Graham Eskridge- 1, ,00 Postmaster, postage for Road Engineer 1916 HERCULES 5 PASSENGER Touring 24 .00 Conrad Payne & Co., IS gallons red paint 1918 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET .50 Bob Hook, team 5 hours 12 .85 Hendrick, labor 5 days, 7 hours. 1919 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET Jim, 12 .30 Bishop & Payne, painting bridges. 1918 5 PASSENGER ALLEN 18 ,95 T. J. Hook, gasoline) oil for truck moving bridge painters. 1918 5 'PASSENGER FORD 7, 50 Ernest Denham, 3 days labor 12, 40 Robert Ryan, 8 days labor. 1919 5 PASSENGER DODGE 19 25 E. A. Hardcsty,-- gallons lineed ONE FORD TRUQK 14 .25 Brown, 5 days, 7 hours labor. 11 .70 1 FORDSON TRACTOR, with plows and disc Frank Payne, 5 days 2 hours labor- 11 .70 Herbert Basliam, S days 2 hours labor ONE DELKER BUGGY, brand new, less . . 110 .00 Marion Weatherholt, cement for bridge than cost. 3 ,26 feR, R. Agent, Cloverport, freight on paint. 8 00 W. L. Webster, making concrete forms. CASINGS, $15.00 AND UP 1 .00 Hardinsburg Pharmacy, supplies for Engineer-Phili- p INNER TUBES $2.00 AND UP 10 .00 Brown, 4 days labor 10 00 Poul Jarboe, 4 days labor-IF YOU WANT A IARGAIN COME TO SEE US 10 00 Ernest Denham, 4 days labor-He- rbert 11 00 Jarboe, '4 days foreman-Ji10 .00 Hendrick, 4 days labor 9 .00 Robert Ryan, 4 days labor-r UWtCPMT, KY. 1,015 80 Zeno Hendrick, Bond Nor 30. Hn. .00 Hardinsburg, Stamps 1 Postmaster, Sherwin-William- BIG 4 ENGINEER EXCURSION STEAMER CRESCENT BURNED At Tlsilttl. $70,000 OUT WITH FACTS f Buy Toys Early and Insured for $40,000. The large excursion steamer CresSays Tanlac Quickly Brought cent, which ran several excursions on Back His Old Time Health the Ohio river last summer between Evansvillc and points up the river, And Energy Feels Fine was consumed in flames Wednesday while anchored at the mouth of Green Now. river. The boat was valued at $75,000 and insured for $40,000. feaOne of the most noteworthy An overheated stove was the cause tures in connection with the introduc- of the fire. The fire made such .headtion and sale of Tanlac throughout way that the few men on the boat were unable to fight the flames. The America is the very large number of boat was burned to the water's edge. railroad men who have been bene- It had been taken to Green river on fited by its use. Monday bcforc the fire, for the purProminent department officials, con- pose of remaining harbored there for ductors, engineers, office clerks and, the winter. in fact, men representing practically every branch of the service, have reSOMETHING NEW IN CROPS ported that they have used Tanlac with the most surpriing and gratifyShe had been visiting on a farm for ing results. One of the latest to testify is E. H. a week, and was letting the world Bowley, Eighth and Elboruc Apart- know it. Her companion also, apparments, in Prince Hill, Cincinnati. Mr. ently had seldom been off the brick Bowley has been in the service of the streets. "And how is the corn this year?" Big Four railroad as engineer for forty years and has been on his pre- the companion asked. "Doing just fine," was .the reply, sent run pulling passengers between Cincinnati and Chicago for the past "but the alpaca needs irritating, Mr. twelve years. He is also a Command-ar- y Brown said." Indianapolis News. Mason and an active member of THANKSGIVING the Knights of Pythias, and is popular (Somervllte Journal) with all who know him. Mr. Bowley, in relating his experience with Tanlac said : fir, I?!.,. latA a ., easy-rurtni- ng Buy It At Bacon's! Market Sts., thought of letting inv name be used in connection with a mcdiculc. but Tanlac has hclrfcd me and I consider it well worth recommending to anyone suffering from constomach trouble and a dition. "For some timepast my dppetitc has been very poor and I have suffered a great deal from indigestion I n was in a badly condition and had that tired feeling all the time. "Well, what I needed was just an aU'round building up and Tanlac has done that very thing. My appetite is so keen that I can hardly eat enough to satisfy me and 1 can eat what want without feeling a touch of indigestion. I no longer have that tired, worn out feeling and am enjoying my usual good health and energy. I have found Tanlac unusually fine and am glad to give it my hearty endorsement." . Tanlac is sold in Cloverport at Wedding's Drug Store, in Kirk by Mattingly Bros , in Addison by L. D. Addison, in Amnions by Wm and in Stephcnsport by R. A. Shcllman. Advertisement. "I never run-dow- n Thanksgiving Day is coming soon; The turkey' roosting high, Anil Cape Cod's crop of cranberries. They say, is somewhat shy, Mincemeat can have no brandy now A lack that some deplore. But surely alt of us can find Things to be thankful for. run-dow- For first of all, we're all alive, And while there's life there's hope. And some astrologer might find Luck in our horoscope. So cheer up, in the face of gloom, It is the only way, And may it be, for all of us, A real Thanskgiving Dayl 1 CLUBBING RATES Daily Courier-JournBreckenridge News; al Duts-chk- e, (P? A A AA The and The Fourth MR. RANDALL SUFFERS DISLOCATED SHOULDER. Louisville Times and Breckenridge News; (! - .Mr J. B Randall, of Louisville, an engineer of the L. H. & St. L. R. R was taken from his train to the city hospital in Owenshoro last Tuesday night suffering with a dislocated shoulder. Mr. Randall was on train No 14:t, and a short distance out of Louisville he slipped and fell causing the dislocation. When the train reached Cloverport, he was relieved by engineer Mike Monday, and Mr. Randall went on to Owenshoro to the hospital. Louisville Evening Post and The Breckenridge News; (! AA Send Your Orders to THE BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPORT, KY, NEWS 1 1 2,.-0- 0, DRl. W. B. TAYLOR ...PERMANENT... levy-Cancel- led DENTIST Office Hours: ?:&. AIwiijk In office during fflce hour 1 imlnglon, Ky. nk Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Ji 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 1-- market. J. B. Rhodes Recreation HARDINSBURG, KY. Room -- Good Used Cars 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. 1 Our Business is to Manufacture and Properly Fit EYEGLASSES AND 7 oil-P- hilip SPECTACLES and "The Best You Can Get Are The Only Safe Kind To Wear" 1 -- 4 W ,f; J m LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY -- PAGE EIGHT i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS you NOTE I'lease notify the editor utu desire advertisements discontinued. NOVEMBER. 84, ltfHt II SOCIETY ITEMS Of III! FOR SALE Personal Interest for nd FUK oo Rations sorghum In bucket barrels, first class sorghum. Louis Sahlie, llartlinshurir. Home --'. rricc ii.w Bw x '" I per gallon. SALB-n- November Wedding In St. Kose inUrcn. morning, Nov. 23, at Augusta Kalcy Burke and Mr, George H, McMailUS WCTC ir 'n BJF '" carried bride s roses. The maid of honor wore a coral pink georgette gown with a large Men to sell Singer Sewing Mach- - black WANTED hat. Her flowers were ines In Breckinridge or adjoining counties, r Cd n tllC St. KOSC ClllirCll With high nuptial mass. KCV. J. b. Henry, pastor of St. Rose, was the celebrant, j r? Norman, iteaenn and Rev. i Abcll. The church altar was effectively deFOR SAUK Old newspapers, He a bunch. corated with white chrysanthemums Dreckenridge News office, CloverporJ, Ky. and Knelish ivv. Miss Doltic 'Burke was her sister's, . i m... . . aid honor, and Mr. Charles Mc"K. !"- r'."2. ":,B1f"- - i Mannsof of Owcnsboro acted as bestman for his brother. TYPE WRITER FOR SALE The bride, who entered with the FOR SALh Remington typewriter No. u,i groom wore a wrdflincr gOW no t W.llllC Remodeled. Good as new. Further inform', ation call or write The Dreckenridge News, Satin. Her tulle veil was adjusted With Cloverport, Ky. a wrcatlf of orange blossoms, and she sub-dcaco- 5AL.K Farm consisting o r n acrrs. 8 acres of which Is overflow land; has rUViVn. nouses oni two meat chicken house; feed barn and crib com-- , house and crib combined; some binedi lor good fencing; about 25 young fruit trees: mile from churcn ana ime grapes; school. Write G. T. Oldham. Stetihcnsnort. Ky. On Tuesday 'o.nnM.l, Miss 3 "" ViSEL -'- l ' WANTED mfZM I THE NAME BIHIND THE TIRE n, m Do not let EXTRAVANGANCE or uncertain investments "gobble up" all of your earnings. As each Thanksgiving Day passes let the BALANCE to YOUR CREDIT in our bank be higher and bigger. Then some day when you have a business of your own or desire to increase the business you have, you can get CREDIT when you need it. The man who regularly banks a part of what he earns shows that he wants to get ahead and he is trusted. We invite YOUR Banking Business. tion to the younger man, profitable employ After the ceremony the bridal party ment for the older man,, no "P'nence re- ad a wcddillg breakfast at the home sewing Macn- quired, write or visit binger inc Co., Incorporated, 121 West 3rd St., of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs Owensboro, Ky. JOlin UlirkC Oil tllC Mill. Mr.. and Mrs. . McManus left on the . ocwiim " mommy ." or yearly pay mhuiiiihk nam mi an v.n.vh.iw ,!,..- Machine on easy ments, old machines taken in exchange, ding trip after which they Will go to I rock bottom prices, write i.. Ountcr & Lexington 10 rncwlc 100 W. 3rd St.,I Owensboro,: Ky. i The out of town guests were Mr. WANTED To buy a good traction engine John McManus and daughter. Miss B1I1CHU1U 1IIUI'U9I,1U1I, KWU VIWllVC IUI jjiuihu- - . J?.,"": ' "?"- - I Ju. "" ,.,,l,l ,.,, U, I ondltion ."nd Mystic. Ky. Fce cheap. S. W Hemstitching, Pleating, Pinking, tons made from your own material, all shapes and sizes, mail orders given prompt and careful attention, K. Gunter & Co., 100 W. 3rd St., Owensboro, Ky. dIvI,.' Josephine McManus of Owensboro; Mr. and Mrs. James Burke and sons,' oi UOUISV1IIC. etc.. ButMISS JEN HARDIN, AGED RESIDENT OF MEADE CO DIES OF HEART FAILURE. , you what has been put in the tire and what you will get out of it. G & J, "The Name Behind the Tire," antedates the automobile industry itself. It goes back to early bicycle days when a youthful possessorofa"G8J"b'icycletiredrewtheenvy of the neighborhood. Each yearG& J Tires bringmorecredit to "TheName Behind the Tire," Their work on the road has proved them long on mileage. Put a G & J Cord, "G" or "Stalwart" Tread on your hind wheel and ieel the satisfaction of having "The.Name Behind the rVire.'v Have your dealer supply you with G &' J Tires. Distributed 'By you drive a horseless-wagodon't ALTHOUGH The name of a tire is your buying-gulde- ., buy a It tells m I FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. little Miss Martha Board Ferry, were in Louisville, Friday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferry. Mrs. Chas Lyons, of McQuady, Mr. Pat Burdette, of Pittsburg, Pa., in Louisville, visitspent the week-en- d ing her daughter, Mrs. Joe Feeney spent Thursday and Friday visiting Mr. Luther Pate. (nee Marcclla Lyons) and Mr. ooo at their home 22III W Broadway. tives in Louisvijle. Mr. 'and Mrs. Thos. Odewalt will ooo ooo Some time ago sent away for some go to Louisville, Wednesday and n Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mattingly re- - pedigreed seed corn. Put it in a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payne will go this week from a fortnight's visit ney sack and hung it on a rope to Louisville, Wednesday and spend spend Thanksgiving' with Mr. mother, Mrs. X. B. Odewalt, Mrs. Mattingly's brother, Dr. pended from root. Rats got it all Thanksgiving at the Hotel Henry and daughter. Miss Luetic Odewalt. E. C. McDonald, and Mrs. McDonald, how beats me, but they did because I Watterson. ooo ooo in Pittsburg, Kans. got 5 dead whoppers in the morning Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Burke and childooo Mrs. John Burn was in Louisville, Three 'after trying Mrs. B. F. Ridgeway and son, sizes, 35c, Gjc, $1 23. Sold and guarSaturday and Sunday visiting her ren, are here the guests of Mrs. Burn, and Burke's parents. Mr. and Mrs. James James Franklin Ridgeway, were in anteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Clovdaughter. Miss Jeanette Lewis and attended the Louisville, Saturday. Miss Pauline Moorman. erport, and B. F. Beartf & Co , ooo ooo wedding Advertisement Mrs. Roscoe Davis, were in Mr. and Mrs. Casper Gregory have Mr. and ooo cot- in their Harned, Tuesday and were the guests Miss Zivola Kramer, of Louisville, gone to MOTHER DIES OF TYPHOID tage in the LastLnd. of Mrs. Davis' brother. Mr. Jess H. is expected home e ThanksgivFOUR OTHER MEMBERS Davis. ing holidays the guest of her parents ' FAMILY ILL WITH IT Miss Louise Nicholas has returned! ooo Mr. ami Mrs. P. J. Kramer. home from an extended visit in Stug-gar- t, Mrs. Joe J. Sawyer and children. ooo Falls of Rough, Nov. 22. (Special) Ark., and Illinois. Misses Jane and Mayme Bauiion SawMr. and Mrs. Jess Wcatherholt. of Mrs. Clint Harl died Nov tl. at yer and Charles Emilu Sawyer, were Louisville, were the guests of Mr. Miss Mary Inman was in Louisville, her home near here of typhoid fever. the guests .of Mrs. J. II Wills, and Weatherholt's brother, Mr. .Marion She was a native of Grayson count Miss Geucy Wills, in Louisville, Sat Wcatherholt. and Mrs. Weatherholt, Wednesday and Thursday. ooo years" old. She had been and sixty-tw- o urday and Sunday. I hursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamman spent a member of the Christian church ouo ooo week-en- d in Louisville, with Mr. thirty years. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Pryor and Mrs. F. C. Knclih. Miss Rav Lewis the Mrs. Harl is survived by l:er huslittle daughter, of Howell. lnd are Heyser, Miss Clcona Weatherholt, Haniman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. I'ryor's parents, Mr. and Mr and Mrs Kuther Pate were in Harry Hamman at the Capitol Hotel. band several children, four of whom ooo Mrs. Sam Wheatley, for a few days. Louisville. Thursday shopping, ill with typhoid when their moPhilip Flood, of Indianapolis, Intl., were succumbed. 3OC ooo was the guest of Miss Alberta Elder, ther Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt. Mrs Shelby Conrad went to LouisMrs John Ryan, Mrs. Joe Smart. Mr. ville. Wednesday to meet Mr. Sallie Tuesday and Wednesday. and Mrs. T. S. Nicholas and daughDeHaen, who was returning home I have several farms for sale. If ter, Miss Louise Nicholas, of this trom iJeLand. Ma. you buy a farm from me you pay no city. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Weatherholt. ' ooo Mr Chas P, Sawyer, after a visit commission. I own all of this land of Louisville, were in Hawesville. or All the Newest Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. cf several week.--, with his brother, Mr myself. CallKy. see Julian Brown, Mary Kyler. Joe J Sawyer, and Mrs. Sawyer, went Cloverport, Shades in o II to West Point. Thursday to sec his Spats Miss Eunice Wheeler Mrs. Hovious Mrs. Thos J Ferrv and cbu'jl'ter sister. Mrs Richard Whitehouse. and Behcn, Miss Martha Willis and her $2.00 and $3.50 niece. Miss Katherine Oelze, were in Louisville, Saturday, , Fce-liey, " Brinht's disease. She had been seem ingly in good health, being yery active Mr. Whitehouse, and from there he for her age, and retired the night e win prooaoiy go to norma to spenu before her deatli without any winter. monition that her demise was so near. "- J- 0 2. She was found prostrated on the, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage went n , i, - ., ,....:... .,,i v.M.... :,,i .: tu....j... .iu i. .i. """' ""- '"r'x inn aviujr iii. in a short time. lu Wllli.lllliaki, guests of their daughter. Mrs. William Miss Hardin's position in life was G. Polk, and Mr. Polk. Mr. Babbage unique. She lived alone and had no Babreturned home Sunday and Mrs. near relatives but she regarded everybage remained for a longer visit. body in the town as hers. She seemed a part of the town, and took a great Mrs. David B. Phelps will be hos less to the Wednesday Club this week. 'merest in tne wenare o. an. Misses Elsie and Lena May will Mr. Vaughan, Farmer Tells How He Lost all His Prize Seed Corn. spend Thanksgiving day with rela-.- i pre-thI WANTED At once. Timber cutters and tie I Nnnrill l Vi ririiilniiKnrrr makers. Good prices. Write or call J. M. Rhodes, Webster, Ky. Miss Jen Hardin, an aged resident of WANTED Live foxes. Gabe Taul, Hardins-burg- , this town died Wednesday. Nov. li, of heart failure superinduced by Ky. ' I STRATTON & TERSTEGGE CO. INCORPORATED Louisville. ' JK KeatHCky. Jj 1 SOLD BY THE FOLLOWING DEALERS IN YOUR VICINITY E. S. CRAYCROFT, Flaherty, Ky. P. O. MEDLEY, Ekron, Ky -:- -: COMPTON & COMPTON, Bewleyville, Ky. G. E. TUCKER, Garfield, Ky. P. M. TUCKER & Co., Harned, Ky. K. F. BICKETT ft CO.. 'McQuady, Ky. E. F. DUKE, Dundee, Ky. H. C. STEWART, Webster, Ky. E. A. HARDESTY, Stephensport, Ky. HAWESVILLE MOTOR CO., Hawesville, Ky. M'. D. ft J. W. HAYDEN ft CO. Lewisport, Ky. F. L. CANNON ft SON, . McDanlels, Ky. i r. ' ,j( 'J& ?3E! 'M 'M . ; '9 "?' 'JP iM s . , lb M I t f .S gun-tur- Ode-wait- 's sus-wi- th WILL ATTEND FALL CEREMONIAL OF SHRINES, to November 1st, 1920, and found them in excellent condition. ,l RAT-SNAP- ." Burke-Mc-Mau- Hard-insbur- g. house-keepin- g for-th- ( Among the Shriners and their.wives from Cloverport. who will attend the fall ceremonial of the Kosair Temple Louisville on Thanksgiving day will be Mr. Frank C. Ferry, Ambassador from this' city, and Mrs. Ferry, Mr and Mrs R. L. Oelze, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brittain, Mr. and Mrs". Ollie Clark. Dr. Chas. Lightfoot and Randall Weatherholt. Asst. State Inspector and Examiner. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Roland Critcheloe, of McDaniels, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a 9 lb. boy on Nov. 15. He has been named Thomas Garland. ' , JUST HER HABIT I "What do you suppose made MamW,j Smith accept Gus Jones after every other girl he knew had turned him Hardinsburg. Ky.. Xo Vi, 19.20. I have examined the records in the down?" office of A. T. Beard, County Court "Well, you know, Mamie always Clerk of Breckinridge County cover-i- n was crazy about remnants." Baltiqr the neriodfroniAigustllUlS more American. I ' OFFICE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION O i HtfijsB Fourth Ave. Complete Stock of Wool Hosiery $2.25 to $5.00 'A CRUTCH ER VAp-- & STARKS Hill LOUISVILLE vW aYv I ,pfil V Pate and grandson, Francis Pate, spent Friday and Saturday in Owensboro, with Mrs. Pate's daughter, Mrs. W. A. Roff, and Mr. Mrs. ,H. C. Roff. o o o 212-21- 4 LOUISVILLE, KY. I" i V' l w TW Johnson, Miss Mary Martin and Mr. Robert Martin, of Earlington, who were motoring to Cincinnati, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldred A. Babbage, Sunday afternoon. ooo Mrs. E. H, Miller is to spend Thanksgiving in Stephensport with her sisters, Airs. Elizabeth Paulmau and Mrs. Annie Hook, Mrs. C. B o o o Women's New Winter Goats A Sale that Will Astonish All Kentucky BSbbbBBBBBBBBt i 0a Choice of 500 Brand New Coats for Women BBBBPtBBr rr Mr. and Mrs. TCharles Berry, of Nashville, Eenn., are guests of Mr. Berry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Berry, Sr. , o Po o o and Misses. Handsome Fur Collars Majority are Silk Lined BlBBBmBsTe m BBBBn BBBBiK9BrBTli W BBBbT ) BBBBBBBfleBBk' will sell you men's and young men's best shoes $8 values for $5.90 I also get a new lot of army shoes every few days. Julian Brown, ClovI . 0 'iBBbflBBBBBBBBBB'l I HR erport. 5 MWMC&JT , Miss Georgia Bishop, of Irvington, is visiting her cousin, Miss Mary Bishop. Miss Mary Ehler, of St. Joseph's Academy will spend the holidays yith her cousin, Mrs. T. Hardesty, of Brown's Valley. o o o o o o t ' The Wonderful Discoveries of Thomas Edison, Jr. "Mother, there's the best Boys' Store in Town." 2Kt : j . I Remember if you pay the high prices any longer, then you are not posted. Kick yourself not the other fellow. Dry goods and groceries are electing rapidly. Julian Brown, Cloverport, Ky. Why People Buy in to Rat Poison Rat-Sna- p o oo H MIBBBBb I as? I JsVII"' Stare tfSandartfizeJVafini BBBBv Prefer-enc- e V i B (rutchertarks Granville ft. Burton 6Sons, BRANCH STORE-SEELBA- The Materials: Suedlne, Tlnteltont, Goldtont,' Sllotrtont, Cnjilal Cord Bolivia, Stlotrtip, PIutiM, Sued, Vcfourc The Colon : Relndttr, Brown, Navy, Taupt, Black. Moonttont, The Stoles: RippU Baek, Straight LfaiML Short Sport ModtU, Cap Cellar SlyU$. Loom HP It CH HOTEL L9uisvill9the CRUTCHER & Metropolis of STARKS-LOUISV1LLE Kentucky up inside. (4) Made in cakes, no mixing1 with other food. (5) Cats or dogs won't touch it. Three sizes, 35c, 05c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, and B. F, Beard & Co., Hardinsburg (1) RAT SNAP absolutely kills rats and mice. (2) What it doesn't kill it scares away. (3) Rats killed with RAT SNAP leave no smell, they dry Ntw Wrappu StuUt, Dip Sea. ALL SIZES, 16 to 44 MAltE HUSCH BROS. YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN LOUISVILLE