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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER LO$2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 8, . i $2.00 a Year: $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, NOVEMBER HONOR ROLL CLOVERPORT PUBLIC SCHOOL. 1920 8 Pages No. 24 iy music in the Louisville Conservatory of Music, and Elizabeth Lee Lightfoot, who died in infancy. Surviving Dr. Lightfoot arc his widow and daughter, his mothcj-- , onc brother, Dr. Charles Lightfoot, of Thirty-Fou- r Pupils Succeeded With this city, and a sister, Mrs. Jphn C. & Leech, of Ben Avon, t'a. Honors Last Month. Valued Member of Fiscal Court De- Fourteen Candidates Have While living with his parents in Hawesville twenty-thre- e Succumbs At His Home in years ago, For the month of November the ji grees ionnnncu uy liuuisvuk Dr. Lightfoot his practice following pupils at the Clovcrport Balltown. Dr. Forrest Lightfoot Victim of medicine along began his father. In of Opening Sale Monday; Trash with a Drill Team. Have 25 Public School were placed on the Heart Trouble ; Practicing year from that time and soon after Brought as Low As 60 Cents. honor roll: Members. his marriage, lie with Mrs. Lightfoot Esq. James J. Kcenan, a well known Physician Twenty-Tw- o First Grade James Beavin Mary man throughout Breckinridge county, Highest Burley at $30. .came to Clovcrport and have resided Davis, Jane Keii, Eva passed away Thursday morning Nov. Elizabeth Years. here since then. Dr. Lightfoot was Fourteen candidates of the Swarts. educated in the Louisville Medical 23, at his late home in Balltown after council No. 82 had conferred Tobacco growers of Daviess faced Second Grade Bolyn Conaway, a short illness of pneumonia. He had of College, and was graduated from the a perilous situation Monday at the Dr. Forrest Lee Lightfoot, one them Friday evening the Royal Esther Furrow, Louise Hamman, been in failing health for some time, St Louis College for Physicians and .'Select and Super Excellent degrees Gross Harrington. but his last illness and death was very the leading and oldest practictioner Surgeons. Fifteen years ago lie took opening sale of weed on the loose leaf Grade-j-Char- les Edward unexpected of medicine in Clovcrport, expired a course from the latter floors in Owensboro. The average 3v&y members of a drill team from Third brnlay The funeral was tobacco 'Louisville councils No. 4 and No. 70. JacksonrAnnic Keil, Elmer Lee New- the Christian churchheld BalltownIrom tfi'Wffniilt, at liia linmn ill flip K.nt End college. point of service. Dr. Light- price of 270,133 pounds of been In the at the sold was $7.23. said to have JV' tThose canferring the degrees were: ton. a 3 o'clock, foot was Clov-erpoFourth Grade Malora Harrington. the interment followed in the church Death wasJmlc to heart trouble. the oldest physician in lowest average on an opening day K, P. Deitzman, C. C. McCuIIen, Carl Bessie Keil. Fifth Grade He held a larec practice in since 1913 'i J. Crouch, C. R. Shopper, and J. A. Sixth Grade Marian Bchcii, Artclia graveyard. Dr. Lightfoot was taken ill Smiire Keenan was born and rear Nearly half the sales were rejected. Hodges. after he had retired for the even this and surrounding community, also Phelps, Maymc cd at .,the place of ., death. He was in Tobinsport. He was a man of pleas- Every pound of Burley sold was his ' "The candidates included: Andrew J. Bowne, Katherine . . i ing. His brother, Dr. Charles Light- - ing i . stature: he was kind in snirit. stxty-tiirc- e years on. anu is survive ,. and many of the farmers Ashby, E. M. Wedding. Ollie M. Sawyer. him medicai d Seventh Grade Charlie Lee Ham-ma- n Dyms widow ami tiirec sons Kusseii possessed Clark. Carl Brittian, Henry G. Yea-ge- r, condition was so humorous, andheld him in an affable who were thorouifnly disheartened, assistancc mit hi. ,, Forrest Jackson, Adele Keil, Mil- and Corbert, who lived with their grcat favor started to haul their tobacco hor.te to ,, an me(li. manner which F. C. Ferry, J. Randall Weather-hol- t. t th Lewis Miller. and associates. wait for better prices. And some will Harry L. Berry, Charles S. dred Morrison, Eve Freshman Odell parents and Maiuard C. Keenan, of a, trcaUnent and withjn an hour's with his friends was very Dr. Lightfoot High School domestic in probably find us'ng ihc'r trash for I ; Jackson. Geo. Pettitt, Rutlier Pate. Harrington Ruth Meyer, Anna STac Mattoon. 111. time life was extinct. Dr. Lightfoot his tastes He was fond of his home fertilizer to be more profitMilc tlwn Mr. Kcenan represented the Clover- - , , , Silffcring with heart trouble JE. E. Graves, A. R. Crawford and Tatum. family, and engaged fanning port Magisterial District during the f , 'ffTlr O. T? TTprm i cnti , ,aU cw months ,JUt he con. andsome extent along within his prac- selling 't. Most of the tobacco, the o- r Vt Tm Ti to Sophomore Sarah Fallon, Cecil present term and had formerly held .imlC(, sale of which w;is a very common to kecp llp his practice and tice of medicine. until rnaay evening tnc uiover- grade of weed or trash. I &K- the same position. jtrttt fMitil liirl hitfln art At rlicnon. Gregory, Christina Keil. -"- a few hours before his death he " u ". aim un mat evening uie "" r Juniors ;Katie Mae Duke, Fannie .Hc. s a va u.ed mcmlicr of the In early manhood he was converted v""":, In the afternoon the prices were , tnur-tehia o(r,cc giving a ,)rc. saiiun Harrington, Edna Harrington, Fannie Court and kept a watchful eye - . ion for onc of ,,;s patiellts. His and utfited with the Southern Pres- better due to the increased competiwas presented to the Council Kramer. byterian church of Hawesville. And tion of the buyers. There were hunon his District and worked for the through Mr. Deitzman representing demise camc as a grcat shock a few years ago he became a .. County's interest e m. member dreds of farmers from all over Green !. Hden iainuy aimi t.t i. '' vr- - jSi vot.. anu ..iin .., t,: menus. ail iii A.i.ijr nA t.iiii Alii His son, M. C. Keenan was here to. jus Lichtfoot was forty-fou- r ATTENDED INTERNATIONAL proxy. years of the Clovcrport Methodist church river district on the floors watching Dr. with his family. LIVE STOCK SHOW. to attend the funeral. t1 oH. He was born in Ohio county. many years and He was a Mason of the sales, and there were several buyIhe local Council now has twenty- member five members, and ten more Ativ 7. 187(5. and was the eldest son Kosair Shrine, of aLouisville. of the er. There seems to be a great diverVISITORS ENTERTAINED Lee Lightfoot ates who will be taken in the first of offthc late Dr. Foster Mr. Walter Moorman and Mr. Funeral arrangements will be comopinions what Rf the year. fr. and Mrs. Molte Whorlcv irave and of Mrs. Rebecca Lighttoot. ot pleted upon the arrival of his brother-in-la- gence of do. Some as to posted the marJesse M. Howard, were in Chicago, well ket will tobacco 'T last week attending the International a six o'clock dinner Saturday evening tin's city. He was married twenty-a- t John Leech, of Ben Avon, men believe the market will improve, their home in the East End in two vears ago to Miss Elizabeth Mill- - Pa. iMr. ind Mrs. Warren Purcell. who Live Stock Show. Messrs. Moorman while others believe that the prices iix lecently purchased Mr. and Mrs. Wil- - and of ' honor of Mr. Whorlcy's uncle, Mr. cr, of Hardinsburg. To this union two are Howard breeders . I a which prvailed on the floors Monday j t v'r thorough-bre- d daughters were born. Miss Jane live stock and attend Logan Blake, of Osceola, .Ark, and itam uetungs nouse, moved in tneir afternoon were as high as they will who is studying piano Lii'thtfoot. Mrs. Tohn Briggs. of Louisville the Chicago show every year. ,iKw home last week be this season. CPORT COUNCIL ESQ. KEENAN ANS- PROMINENT LOWEST TOBACCO GIVEN CHARTER WERS FINAL CALL CAL PHYSICIAN PRICES SINCE '15 DIES SUDDENLY IN DAVIESS CO; post-gradua- te anjfl rt. I ( """ u. 4 a r ,NEWT0N APPOINT- r ft .3 ..tV i, .' " Will You Have Enough Money For Christmas? &&& ' '.'' .3JW5fr .- i CHRISTMAS CHECK vv 'lOllr m 4 Just imagine how handy some extra money will be next Christmas. Our Christmas checks will range from $12.50' to $1, 000.00 plus interest, according to the plan you select. Start systematic saving by joining our Christmas Club determine right now to prepare for a happy holiday season in 1921. Select one or more of the following plans: DEPOSIT of 25 cts. WEEKLY Members receive at the" end of fifty weeks DEPOSITS of 50 cts. WEEKLY Members receive at the end of fifty weeks DEPOSIT of $1.00 WEEKLY Members' receive at the! end of fifty DEPOSIT of $2.00 WEEKLY Members receive at the end of fifty DEPOSITS of $5.00 WEEKLY Members receive at the end of fifty DEPOSIT of $10.00 WEEKLY Members receive at the end of fifty DEPOSIT of $20.00 WEEKLY Members recei've at th,e end of fifty weeks weeks. weeks weeks weeks.. $12.50 Plus Interest $25.00 Plus Interest $50.00 Plus Interest $100.00 Plus Interest $250.00 Plus Interest $500.00 Plus Interest $1000.00 Plus Interest J Warehousemen were frank to admit that they did not know what the market would do and they withheld any advice to farmers regarding their tobacco. One thing they advised To Succeed Luther Pate. City strongly was for the farmers to keep the market and Council Holds Over Jones' off as to create their Burley for it trash a demand so and make better prices. It was pointed out For Pool Room Licenses. that their trash would bc'more profitOther Business Transable to them as fertilizer than selling at he present prices. They were adacted. vised o keep their Burley off the marAt tlie remilnr ninntliK inpntincr nf ket until the Burley buyers are ready the City Council. Monday night, Mr for it. Horace Newton was appointed city i The highest price paid on any of marsliall to succeed Mr. Luther Pate.1 the Owensboro floors Monday was There were two other applicants for $:i0. The lowest price was 00c a hunthe marshall's place, hut Nf;toii was dred pounds for a small basket. Tl;e unanimously chosen. average for lugs was probably around ' The,, rjw'jacsb.jl was instructed $J0(l,n htmliy-l-. '"vigorous crusade on all to make questionable resorts, alo speeding SECOND PAIR OF TWINS and gaming. Other lni'ir.css before ARRIVE IN LEWIS FAMILY. the board was an application of W.tn Tor renewal of his pool room Jones Congratulations are being extended license. The council decided to loon further into the matter and it was to Mr. Paul Lewis, cashier of the of Clovcrport. and laid over until a call meeting, which Breckinridge-BanMrs. Lewis, on the arrival of twins, will he Dec :lst. C. '!. P.r.iba-.d- t. owner of the Star theatre asKed for a boy and girl. Friday, Dec. :i. They a reduction of his picture licence will be christened Paul and Ruth They are the grandchildren of Mr. which was also referred to the special and Mrs James Lewis and the secmeeting. J. L. Foust. of Owensboro, asked ond pair of twins to arrive in the for permission to erect all steel bul- Lewis family within a week. Their letin boards within the city limits son Raphael Lewis, and Mrs. Lewis, As the council na(l no jurisdiction on of Cheynne, Wyoming, having twins, this matter, and as the town rents a boy and girl, born, Sunday. Nov. the ground from the people who own 28. the property, Mr. Fonst. was given permission, provided he placed his NOTICE GIVEN TO board in places where no objections MEN OF COUNTY. ED CITY MARSHALL I f y k were made. ;"--, Mayor Barry was instructed to appoint a board of appraisers for this ear's assessment of taxes. As no other business was before the board the council wab adjorned over to meet Tuesday night, Dec. SI. , .v '4' - u. t December 18, 1920. Bring your discharge and we will make out your application for Victory Medal. Mr. J. S. Potts, of Hardinsburg, There will be speakers present to Route --', is spending a week with his advise you about any matter in regard daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Carroll, and to your service in the' army. Also Mr Carroll at their home on "The officers will be elected for the 1021 Point." and other business transacted Mr. Pojt ha been a subscriber to Come and bring some one with you. e The Breckenridge News for Moorman Ditto, years, or ever since he has livCommander Post No 1, Hardinsburg. Ky. ed in Breckinridge county. forty-thre- All members of the American Legion as well as all former soldiers, sailors and Marines are' called to meet in Hardinsburg, at 1 P. M. Saturday, V A. THOUSANDS HAVE RECEIVED OUR CHECKS THIS 'YEAR FOR MONEY THEY HAVE SAVED. WHY NOT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY AND START NOW. WE HAVE CUSTOMERS ALL OVER THE STATE OF KENTUCKY AND SOUTHERN INDIANA THAT BANK WITH US BY MAIL. SEND PERSONAL CHECKS, POST OFFICE MONEY ORDERS. NO RISK. BANK BY MAIL. C'She'Banktrtntmakesyou feel at Home" YOUR VALUABLE PAPERS PROTECT THEM Thieves usually come in the night and they give no advance notice. It's the same with fire. That's when it is dangerous and. unwise to keep important papers, wills, deeds, . honds, Insurance policies, etc., at home. Safeguard them ABSOLUTELY. Keep them in our vault it is fire and burglar Co. proof. The cost Is low less than a cent a day. Bring in HARDINSBURG. KY. your valuables you need N TIME O the service. Ui "THE HOME FOR SAVINGS 99 Building owner by Bank LINCOLN SAVINGS BANK & TRUST COMPANY Fourth and Market Streets MEMIER OF FEDERAL RESERVE ANNUALLY Louisville, Kentucky SEMI- Hardinsburg "Bank of SYSTEM. FOUR PER CENT INTEREST COMPOUNDED aTrust , ON REGULAR SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AND TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT A3 DEPOSITS .6 SAVINGS p turn. ut J. 1 - v PACK TWO TH1 iMOOAllUDO West Point and George Musselman. Dcnnison, Ohio, arc at the bedside of their father, John Musselman, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Rose Henderson and Miss Louise Henderson. Louisville, visited Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Green, last week. Mesdames. J C Payne and W. J. Piggott entertained the W. M. S. of the Methodist church on Tuesday afternoon The program included a meeting and election of officers for the year 1021, Leon Lewis. Louisville, spent the week-enwith relatives. Misses Margaret Bandy and Ruth Marshall spent Saturday in Louisville. Miss Hazel Admire, Molinc, III., will arrive next week to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. d KlWl, CLOVMHW, n"FFf' IWW'W Hr pf("vy 1.1 1 "ill" ' Gne-Elev- en 1' n Pupils of the Graded and High school will give several plays during the holidays. Henry Cowley, West Point, spent Sunday with his father, Jake Cowley, at the Meatus House. Air. and Airs. Wilbur IJowell, if'M Moravia, have moved to the Band jsj Mail Orders farm, near town. Mrs. M. M. Cole and children, arReceive Prompt rived Thursday evening from Ala- Adkins. Mrs. John F. Vogel visited friends in Stanly and Owensboro, last week Miss Catherine Williams spent the week-en- d with her mother at Ekron. Hoi Drane, Webster, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Drane, Sun-- 1 day afternoon. guest ot Irvin Mincus was Dick Carman has purchased a piece of Woodrow, ' Johnson, of ground from Luther Kinnison and Everett is having him a new house built on it. Thursday night. The following were the guests qf Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis for dinner SEACHFORK Sunday: S. A. Davis and daughter. News scarce. Everybody busy here. Ossie. ' Miss Duller' of Woodrow, Mrs. Wil Vic Robertson and children and J. W. were here one day and Lee Walker bur this week buying Davis, cattle. They bought six head of steers Mrs. Pete Davis is suffering from of J. M, Beatty that averaged 740 log having rolled pounds each. a mashed foot, over her foot. Lawrence Tabor, Harned, who has Mrs. Charlie Butler, of Harned, been here for the last six weeks passed through here Friday returning sawing for J. M, Beatty, finished and home after being the guest of Mr. is now moving the mill to Marvin and Mrs. Lanzie Butler and Mr and .Beard's farm in Holts bottom to saw Mrs. Charlie Davis, for several days. a lot of ties for him, Bob Blake is moving from here to Mrs. Alvin. Mingus was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis, Sunday a farm the other side of Hardinsburg night. on the Brandenburg road. Mrs. J. e.. Beatty ms Men on tnt sick list for the last week, but is some better at present. Joe Morton has moved to his new house which he built on his farm where his house burned last summer, Rev, J. Coyl, who has been sick, for some time, is some better. J. E. Beatty went to Hardinsburg last week with a load of cross ties. J. M. Beatty sold 330 ties to the O. V. Tie Co., and commenced Friday to deliver them to Cloverport. Dud Morton, Hardie Walker, Homer Taul and Will. Camp all had some lumber sawed while the mill was here. George Tabor of Garfield, was here this week collecting np the sawing and paying off hands. (Continued on Page 3) ifafHfaraiajrafaf j The House Of Courtesy and Fair Dealing For Real Bargains Look into t! bama. Gabc Sipcs. Miss d bought Walnut St has O'Bryan. Louisville, Loeb Trent's property on , now occupied by Dick r I Jacie Alexander spent the week-enwith her parents at Garfield. Mrs. Jess Bruington, Garfield, visited relatives here last week.. and Careful Attention our Windows JI Fttk-Avenu- e New York IK STEPHENSPORT Mrs. J. M. Shellman returned last Thursday from a visit with relatives in Ohio. A. B. Cashman was in Cloverport, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shellman were in Louisville, the first of the week. Morgan Bros, are putting in electric lights in the Methodist church. E. A. Hardesty and R. A. Shell-ma- n have put in electric lights. Mrs. A. B. Cashman was in Owensboro. Thursday Wm. Gilbert, of Owensboro, spent the week-en- d here with his family. Miss Louise Smith and brother. Tom Smith, of Brandenburg, were guests of Miss Mary Anna Morgan and Clovis Morgan, last week. H. A. Basham and daughters, MisJ-e- s Ola and Blanche Basham, were guests of relatives at Mystic, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Conner are guests of Mr. Conner's sister, Mrs Thos. Carr, and Mr. Carr, at Alton. I I j 9 In the County HARDINSBURG Mr Hooker Robinson. Owensboro, Saturday. who lias been the guest of his brother, F. K Hickett and children, of J. F Robinson, and Mrs. Robinson, were here Friday. has returned. M. C. Kinchcloe, Louisville is visitMrs. Lulu Pullman. Covington, and ing his parents, Dr. A. M. Kinchcloe son, Chas. Pullman, and C. H and Mrs. Kinchcloe. Jr., Torre Haute Ind., have I B. Richardson and family, Garreturned after a visit with their pat- field, have moved to their property on ents, Mr and Mrs. C. H Mattingly. Fourth St. Miss Redman. Owensboro, who has Mrs. W R. Moorman lias returned been the guest of relatives has refrom a short May in Louisville Earl Sheerau, Detroit. Mich, is turned home. Mr. and Mrs. A X. Kincheloe and visiting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs (laughter. Miss Clara Belle Kinchcloe, Dennie Sliceran. Mrs. D. C. Walls has recovered have returned from a week's stay in Louisville. after a short illness. 1 Mr John IIcston,tt)f OWrapfrma, ar-- i J Mucl;cnfii,s ;icuded the funeral of bis son, in Owensboro, last rived Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hcstou week. Mr. Robert Crenshaw. Cloverport. Jonas Gray. Cloverport, was here came Sunday to visit his daughter, Saturday Mrs T J Hook has returned home Mrs. Tlioma Ryan, and Mr Ryan Mr and Mrs. Hobert Sbellmau, from Louisville, after a visit with her sister. Mrs. Milton Hoard and Dr Akron O., are visiting Mr. Sbcllman's Hoard parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shellman. Mrs. Charlie Payne. Lodibtirg was Master Wilson Warren, who is ill, k the guest of her iiiicde, X is improving slowly Miss Alma Carden was the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carden. Basin Springs, the week-enMr. and Mrs Claude Mercer, who Let Your Slogan Be were the guests of Mrs. Perkins, of Amnions, the week-en- d have returned. y, Mat-tingly, mid-wee- H. Watiington, and Mrs. Watlington. Joe Glasscock and son, Archie Glasscock, McDaniels, were here Sat' urday on business. Henry Dennis, Garfield, was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. T. A. Rhodes, and Mr. Rhodes, Friday and Just 16 More Days TO GET READY FOR CHRISTMAS PRICES AT ANDERSONS ARE "BACK TO NORMALCY". Rev. E. S. Flynt, of Louisville, filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church Sunday. Ind. MYSTIC ''Gifts That Last" er, Suggestions for Mother, FathSister, Brother, Wife or Sweetheart: Diamond Rings Gold Pin Cuff Links Gold Chain Watch Charms Gold Braclet and numerous other articles in gold. three years produce 339,709,482 individual rats Act when you sec the first rat. don't wait. is P the surest, cleanest, most convenient exterminator No mixing with other foods. Drys up after killing leaves no smell. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Pavne & Co.. Cloverport. and B F. Beard & Co.. Hardinsburg. Advertisement. RAT-SXA- Mrs. Mary C Bcauchamp has re- turned home after spending four months with her daughter. Mrs. .W. L. Robertson, and Mr. Robertson, of Bowerston. Ohio. While there she visited in Martins Ferry, O., and Wheeling. W Va. . Miss Zelma Avitt is in Louisville for a mouth's visit with her brother. Alva Avitt. Mrs James B. Lewis spent several days of last week in Newman, with her brother who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Roberts and 'children, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Banc were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W H. Bcauchamp. Miss Mary Jo Burton is better at this writing, Nelsc Bcauchamp and family were Read What U. S. Dept. of Agriculture Says About What 2 Rats Can Do. Sunday guests of his parents. Mrs. J. D. Jolly, of Owensboro, visited relatives here Friday. According to government figures, . airs. ri. beauchamp was in two rats breeding continually for I . . , j I THIS GREAT SALE presents matchless a for thrifty shoppers to suply holiday as well as every-da- y needs at LOWEST opportunity m ffl . I I . I Miss Blanch Basham, of Stephens-por- t, Mrs. J. T Johnson and Miss Franvisited friends and relatives near ces Johnson, of Louiville. spent the here last week. week-en- d with .Mr and Mrs T. X. IN SILVER Miss Anna Lee Skillman Mr. Har McGlothlan. lan Robinson, Miss Ressy Knott, Mr. Mrs. Lucy Heron has returned Virgil Payne, Miss Georgia Knives and Forks Skillman, from Lexington. She is now at home Mr. Lewis Cart. Miss Hester Cook, Spoons at Mt. Pisgali. Mr. Wallace Payne. Mr. Chester Mrs. Xat Crouch, Louisville, has skillman and Mr. Merton Cold Meat Forks Cart, been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mystic attended the pie supper of at Pie Knives Adelle ConnilT Sample. Friday night. Mrs. N. Gardner entertained at 500 Odd Spoons Mr. E. R. on Tuesday afternoon. Three tables French were Robbins and Mr. Willie in Louisville, the latter played. part of last week shopping. See Mrs. G. L Bandy visited relatives Miss Ina Basham returned to her in Owensboro, last week. work in St. Louis, Mo., last week-afte- r T. C. Lewis, Mr and Mrs. Alvin Rice. Louisville, a four weeks visit with her spent the week-en- d with Mr. and father, Mr. Jonas Basham. Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs. James Holin Mr. John W. Burton, who has been Messrs. and Mesdames. Bud Tinker, ill with scarletine. is progressing of Louisville. Tom Musselman. of rapidly. Mr. ami Mrs. S. W. Bane were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. FOOL Roberts, Sunday. Mrs. S, W Davis and Mrs. A. C. Basham, who have been quiet ill for is an old proverb that every man said by physicians to be sciatic neuIt the past few weeks are better now is cither a fool or a physician at 40. ralgia, causing general toxic poisonand are able to be up again. Well, I fooled along for 40 years in ing, and seeing your advertisement in Miss Eva West, Violet Brown and the pi act id- - of pliarmacv and Vne tho San Antonio Express, 1 called on Ressy Knott, Mr. Charlie Bennett, study of medicine ami lierupeiitic:) Dr. A. M. Fisher, Druggist. He recElvis West, Wallace and Virgil before I discovered the wonderful ommended your prescription Number Payne were guests of Miss Georgia prescription for Number 40 For The 40 which I have been using for three and Annie Lee Skillman, Sunday, Blood. Tlu'if is more of this won- mouths and I have received great derful prescription sold and used by benefit from it. Sleep well, good apflic citi.fii:i of our homo city than petite, have gained Beveral pounds in LOCUST HILL all other blood nied cine combined. weight, get up feeling fresh every Mr, S. A. Davis and daughter, Miss depraved con- morning. Have no pains. My nervIt is (ud 'luted in all Ossie, of Woodrow, were the guests In blood ous system has become nearly norditions c, the system. of his sister, Mrs. j. W. Davis, SatRespectfully, J. L. Dupree, trouble 7. in sores, ulcers, eczema and mal." In chronic rheuma- 1715 Common Street. Tho best drugurday night. Mr. Davis and daughter, skin diseases. tism, cuturih, constipation, stomach, gist in your neighborhood sells Numwill leave in a few days for Texas to ber 40, but if it happens that ho kidney and liver troubles. J. f spend some time with relatives. 10 years a druggist. docs not, send direct to J. C. MendeiiBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Mack AlexHouston. 'iVxiib, Jan. 22, 10111. J. C. liull Medicine Company, Evansvlllc, ander, Dec. 2, a boy. Mendeiiliull, Rvansvllle, Ind. Dear Sir: liuliu.nu, uud receive it delivered to Mr. and Mrs. Murray Butler were "Having suffered from 12 t.t 18 you ut $1.25 per bottle, six bottles the guests of his father, Felix Butler, a nervous breakdown, for $7.00. montlu with Sunday. Mrs. Johnnie Davis is on the sick Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE? list. . I IRVINGTON Brandenburg, Thursday shopping. Mrs. W. L. Robertson, of Bowers-toOhio, is the guest of her brother, W H. Beauchamp. Miss Ruby Gedling spent Fridav night with Miss Zelma Avitt. Mr. S. W. Davis and Mr. Willie French were in Frymire, Friday on business Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Canary gave me young toiks ot Mystic a play party Wednesday night and all reported an excellent time. n, Jeweler PRICES IN THE ENTIRE STATE. Whether you wish to purchase domestics, linens, piece goods wearing apparel or Rugs, draperies, Sewing Machines, Blankets, Comforts, Toilet Goods, Silk Hosiery, Gloves or the hundred and one other gift articles, you will find them priced considerably less at this store. When the market crash came we were in a position to buy tremendous quantities at the new low prices hence OUR BIG DRIVE "BACK TO NORMALCY" IN PRICES. ! A AT 40 Shop At This Store And Save S. W. Anderson Company INCORPORATED I OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY BE l, "WHERE IQBQBJ COURTESY REIGNS" m . ? i tpMit . u)C DECEMBER 8, lift) THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE THREE MAKE THIS AN T I- OLD-FASHIONED XMAS j A - ET the Christmas spirit of Peace On Earth-Go- Will Toward Men-re- ign with us this happy Yuletide seaod Appropriate Gift Suggestions for Every Member of the Family Give a pair of onr line Eiffel Silk Hose a gift that never fails to be appreci-- . ' Christmas Bazar! son. cheery warmth and wholesome gayety of the older Christmas days the joy of giving, the beatitude of home and the cordiality of greeting. Let it be a time for 4- ated. A Nice Umbrella with one of the new round handles will please the most fastidious. A Georgette Waist in one of the pastel shades will make any girl' happy on Christmas morning. f Or one of the hand decorated Tie Racks that will be found at the bazar. Don't forget the most important member of the family Baby. We have some dear little sweaters, white toboggans, bootees, baby comb and brush sets all for baby. Why not a dress pattern in wool or silk for mother. v fe May childish laughter ring out loud and clear on Christmas morning and the serene happiness of maturity shine out on the household. Hoist the Yule log hang the stockings light the candles. Let it be a Christinas old-fashion- ed Sterling Silver Belt Buckles with black leather belt will prove a happy' On Friday and Saturday of this week there will be a bazar of gift things on the balcony and we cordially imite everyone to come and look and if agreeable buy the pretty and unusual gifts that have been assembled. Von may find hand decorated serving trays, candlesticks and lamps, hand made collar and cuff sets, table mats, aprons, bags, dainty pincushions, narcissus bowls and ferneries, baby articles, dressed dolls and doll hats, flowered boxes and a host of wee gifts too numerous to mention. Personal greeting cards may also be ordered. Or a big, warm, comfy sweater for and merry. III solution of what to give "him." Just Because There were such a few Ladies' and Children's winter coats left on the rack we reduced everv one One-Ha- lf He Likes the Practical Gift Men like wearable things for presents and we have a varied assortment of good looking ties, silk shirts, silk hose, handkergloves a n d chiefs, shoe s don't forget shoes for any man would appreciate a new pair of "Sunday shoes." Ties are From 50c to $2.00 Silk Shirts at $6.00 to $10.00 with 25 per cent a Z .' Rrarrcwsr? ?jm aizrnmtfe1-4-!- , tzzsmmmMm a a iria'Mirkh ,x rsriif i r. a And then we found there were just a few winter hats left, too, so to make more room on the balconv for our Christmas goods we reduced every il at ONE-HALF. Toys! Toys! for Good Little Girls and Good Little Boys has sent us the nicest lot of toys this year of every kind and description and they will all be displayed on the balcony with the other Christmas things. There are educational toys such as Meca no and builder outfits. There are wash day outfits and dolls for little girls and nursery toys for tiny tots. There are games and books, and wagons, and railroads, 'n everything. Santa-Claus- So if you need a Hat or a Coatt now is the time to get it Music on Xmas Morning Wouldn't a New Carsonola make a Merry, Merry Christmas morning? We have them in Mahogany or Oak e off Silk Sox at 75c to $1.25 Gloves $1 to $2.75 Reduced from $119.50 to $98.00 Reduced from $ 89.50 to $68.00 And a complete new line of records. A set of say three records makes a splendid Christmas gift. Come In1 Handkerchiefs 25c Shoes J Santa Clause writes us he will be here on the morning train. Saturday before Christmas. Dec. 18th, and he wants to meet every little boy and girl in Breckinridge county here in this store to find out what they want for Christmas so be sure and be here that day. and Hear Them L - - ' - i- If You Didn't Know About How We've ReJbeW Come Out of the Parlor And go into the kitchen for your selection of Christina presents this year. Why not a completely equipped kitchen cabinet or a white nickel top kitchen table full of bright, shining new aluminum wear those would be Christmas presents to make any woman happy. duced Our Men's Clothing READ ABOUT IT NOW! As we've said before this winter's clothing was bought at the highest price we've every paid but we're forgetting all about what we paid and i. ft r 'rS marking every suit and overcoat in the store at prices that are Here's some samples. rock-botto- m. Nashua 3 1 Woolnap BlarcKets of Pur Cotion Men's $50,00 and $40.00 Overcoats are now $42.50 and $31.75 Men's $50.00 Suits are now $37.50 Men's $40:00 Suits are now $30.00 Men's $37.50 Suits are now $28.50 Men's $27.50 Suits are now $21.00 Our Christmas Candies are Here at prices much lower than last year's so Put Jfoxtr Order in Early- - Christmas JVtUs and Fruits are also to be found here and all the "making" of Christmas Fruit Cakes I Keep"Yfcu Warm Kitchen Cabinets reduced to $45.00 or $34.75 or $24.75 Nickel Top Kitchen Tables for $6.98 Aluminum Ware at All Prices Nashua Blankets answer all your requirements for good, full sized warmth giving blankets The white with colored borders or the pretty checks make the ideal Christmas present and these best ones are now reduced to Silk Stockings are Always Appreciated You will never make a mistake in giving silk stockings and we invite your inspection of our splendid assortment of ladies' silk hose. $10.98 and $7.48 Other good ones too for $5.98 and $3.79 Black, tan and white from $1. to $2.50 B. F. Beard & Co 44 The Christmas Store' Down here at the bottom of the page they're tray up on top as Xmas gifts wtt mention Rngs-b- ut -- especially our new Matting Hugs in pretty floral patterns and wide stripes- - priced at $.1.00 to Sl'J.OO NEWS FROM THE COUNTY (Continued From Page 8) Mr. .Head, the tie man, was here' this week trying to buy ties, but did not buy any. GARFIELD Edward Bright, of McDaniels, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Henninger, one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bruington were guests of relatives at Irvington, Sun- - Horsley. R. F. Smith was in McQuady, Saturday on business. Kfss Ida Dowell visited her cousin, Mrs. Frank Dowell. last week. Mrs. Jim Waggoner returned home Sfttvrday, from 'Hardinsburg, where ah visited her mother, Mrs. Julia , Payne. day. Miss Nancy Board was in Louis-vill- e, last week shopping. Mrs. Owen Horsley and daughter, of Louisville, returned home Sunday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. War-ni- e Mrs. Paul Compton, of Louisville, Lodiburg, were guests of relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harper are receiving cangratulations upon the arrival of a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weatherford and children, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Miller, of Hardinsburg, Thursday night. Charlie Alexander has joined the U. S. Navy. C. M. Payne and daughter, Anna Rae, have" returned from a visit to relatives in Repton. J. A. Gray, of Cloverport, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tucker, Tuesday night. Rev. C. L. Bruington filled his regHARNED Frank Skillmau, of Louisville, who ular appointment at Irvington, Sunhas been visiting his parents, Mr. and day. Mc Quiggius and B. E. Gray went Mrs. Henry Skillman, returned home to Madrid, Tuesday. Alonqay. Mrs. Homer Horsley visited relatives in Owensboro, last week. UNION STAR Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crume and Mrs. Emma Mattingly, of Irvingchildren, of Hardinsburg, were guests ton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. N. of relatives here Sunday. . Miss Louise May who is teaching McCoy. at Garfield, spent Wednesday night James Severs, of Louisville was the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs S. E. Tucker. guest of his mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Bownier Smith, of A. B. Severs. was the guest of her father, Mr. Jess Macy, last week. C. S. Board, B. H. Springate and O. B. Vaughn, were in the city last week. Miss Hazel Horsley and Mr. Garland Haynes were united in marriage . last week. r, Mr. Miles McCoy and of Davies county have returned home after a visit with relatives. Miss Mariam Compton and Miss Theltna Whitworth who are attending B. C. H. S. spent the week-en- d at home. grand-daughte- Mrs. Johnnie Stewart was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Petit Sunday.. Mrs. Alvis Bellue was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pool, Sunday. Miss Olla Mattingly, of Stephens-por- t, was the guest of Miss Agnes Hesler. Sunday, ' Mr. J. P. Morgan is able to be out again. Mr. Lawrence Eskridge is getting better over a had case of chicken pox. Miss (Catherine Curry and Miss Laura Nelson were the guests of Mrs. day. Vessels, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace McCoy and Mercer, of Mr. and son, Stith McCoy, were dinner guests Hardinsburg, Mrs. Claude has been the guests of Sunday of A. N. McCoy and family. a Mesdames Lee Stewart and Dora Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Perkins, for Curry called on Mrs. A. N. McCoy. Mr Laura Eskridge had her tonsils Sunday afternoon, Mrs. W. W. Barger and family, of taken out Saturday and is getting Shiloh, spent last Sunday with R. A. along very well. Miss Pauline McHolland has been Barker and family. Miss Ida Wheeler is visiting her the guest of Miss Ruth Curl for a few days. niece, Mrs. Parris Barr, of Frymire. Rev. S. II. English has been on his his regular appointment. AMMONS Mr.. Eugene Beaviu is recovering Rev. H. J. Blackburn will hold his from a bad spell of blood poisoning. People arc very busy gathering regular appointment at' Amnions, Sunday, corn here now. . Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dowell and daughter, Miss Virginia, of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Laslie of Louisville, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gibson, of near Sample. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Severs, of Louisville, spent part of last week with his father, J. B. Severs, and sister, Mrs. Cleveland Stewart, and Mr. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dutschkc, of Amnions, called on Mr. and Mrs. W H. Dutschke, of near Lodiburg, Sunfew-day- FIMILY RENUION OF BLAKE FAMILY, SUNDAY. A reunion of the Blake family was held Sunday at the home of Miss Lizzie Blake in this city. Members of the family present were: Log.in Blake and family, of Osceola. Ark, Chester and Frank Blake, of Hardinsburg, Ky Mr. and Mrs. John Biggs and daughter, of Louisville; Mr. Jake Wcatherholt, of Indianapolis, lnd, Johnnie Wcatherholt, Mr and Mrs. Jake Weatherholt, of this city. and Saved "I Spent $1 on the Price of a Hog." Rat-Sna- p farmer troubled with rats to use Tried everything to get rid of rats, Spent $1.25 on Figured the rats it killed saved the price of a hog." comes in cake form. No mixing with other food. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Three sizes, 33c, 05c, $1.'J5 Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. Advertisement. RAT-SNARAT-SNA- P James McGuire, famous Hog Raiser of New Jersey, says, "I advise every RAT-SNA- P. AGEFOUR THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY DECEMBER I, 1MT The Breckenridge News MANEUVERS AT JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher OH PRODUCTION FAILING OFF vm EIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CAMP KNOX MAR. 1 WlM! II'. hs 1$76 44th YEAR OF SUCCESS SUBSCRIPTION RATES Subscription price $2.00 a year; (1.00 for 6 months; SOc for 3 months. Business per line and 6c for each additional insertion. Card o( Thanks, ovrr S lines, chanted for at the. rate of 10c per line. Obituaries chawed for at the rate of Ac per line, money in aaoce. Examine the label on your paper. If Is It not correct, please notify us. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDOE a friend who is not a subscriber; do not throw It away or destroy it. 1920 Ten Thousand Artillerymen to Daily Oil Deficit of Three-EightBe in Training During Six Million Barrels in Weeks Special Course. U. S. in September. Locils 10c Louisville Dec. :i. Population of Camp Henry Knox now about 3,000, will be increased temporarily to approximately 10,000 during a six weeks' special course of instruction, general field training and maneuvering beginning March 1 More than 4.000 officers of the National Guard and reserve officers corps of the Fifth Corps Area, embracing Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and West Virginia will attend the camp. The reserve officers will be Ve- quircd to pursue at least two weeks of training and may remain longer if they so desire. If tentative plans are carried out they will be quartered in the old West Point camp on the res ervation where troops were' trained during the World War before Camp Knox was ready for occupancy. It is said that the buildings at the old camp which is on the big reservation, are sufficient to house them. Word has been received from Camp Sheerman, Chillicothc, Ohio, that the Fortieth Infantry has been ordered, to Camp Henry Knox for the maneuvers and training and that Col. E. A. til Nlihll -' 1. 1,., .fei T" lilim cutter -- wu NEWS hand It to WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1920 HAS THE OLD CUSTOM OF TIPP ING HATS PASSED? It may be the result of equal suffrage or merely proof of the theory of use and disuse, but it's true, at least in Huntington, that men have forgotten how to tip their hats when speaking to women. The old fashioned custom of lifting the hat from the head and sweeping it majestically toward the ground has passed out of existence. Men of 1920 are content to touch the brim of the hat or to give a causual wave of the hand when greeting a woman on the streets. Of thirty men who spoke to mem- bers of the fair sex at the corner of fourth ami Ninth during the noon hour Saturday, only six lifted their hats from their heads. Of these six only one performed the act as though it were a ceremony. He was a little old man who looked as though he were of the vintage of 18G0, and his hat looked as though it had come into the world at about the same time as he, but he "doffed" it as formally and with as much ceremony as though he were saluting the queen of Sheba. He swept it from his head with a flourish and ended the motion when it had described an arc between his head and his knees, returning to its resting place accurately so that it rest- Lam-arcki- an cd exactly as it did before it had been removed. The other five men who lifted their hts, raised them off their heads and then dropped them back again with a tired look. Of those who did not lift their hats when greeting a lady, eighteen touched the brims, some with a great deal of energy and some with a display of considerable effort. The remaining eight lifted their hands somewhere toward their faces and . then as though the exertion were too great, let them wave casually in the I air. without reaching the hat. The disappearance of the art of . cloning the honnet may he a re sult of woman suffrage which puts women on a plain with men and eliminates the necessity of a formal greeting'or it may be a result of military service, where men fell into the habit of saluting, and have retained the custom, until it has degenerated into a mere lifting of the hand. Whether it is because women arc equal to men, or because men have forgotten how to raise their hats through disuse of practice while in the service, nevertheless tipping the hat has become a lost art. It isn't being done any more. Hunting, W. Va.. News. In September of this year, as in August, the daily output of the United States oil wells was slightly million barover one and rels, but the daity consumption rose million barto one and s rels This daily deficit of of a million barrels was met by imports from Mexico. In meeting the world's need for oil the United States has played a large part. In the last (SO years our contribution to the world's output of oil has been never less than 44 per cent (the figure during the brief period when Russia led), and earlier reached even 90 per cent, while of the total eight billion barrels so far consumed by the world five billions have come from the wells of the United btates. There is urgent need of pioneering the world for oil to meet the needs of this generation, but there is no warrant for regarding this advance into new fields as beginning a contest whose aim is worjd conquest. The present need of the United States for oil from abroad can be met only by world-wid- e exploration, development, and operation by American companies backed up by our Government; and we should expect other nations that Shuttleworth commander of the out- arc mcbarrassed by a similar or even discrepancy between con fit, will have charge of the infantry greater training The Fortieth Infantry and sumption and production to adopt attached troops will bring 3,000 sold- the same policy. iers to Camp Knox. Their stay there will be only temporary, as they will FARMERS INSTITUTE leave after the course of instructions AROUSING GREAT INTERare completed it is expected. The date EST; PROGRAM GIVEN of their arrival has not been announcone-fourth five-eight- three-eighth- "feel at home" when you come in. Come in. When you sell your tobacco, put YOUR money in OUR bank. We shall welcome your deposit and your account. You will like the SERVICE we giva you. Our officers are easy to meet and we will make you . . We invite YOUR Banking Business Henry Knox is strictly an artillery camp and only artillery units and a few attached troops are there. The training of the artillery officers will be under the supervision of Maj. George H. Payne, commandant of the Field Artillery School at Camp Knox ed. Camp 24 YEARS AGO Wed. Dec. 9, 189G In Clovrrport. Mr and Mrs. J. X. McCarty and Mrs. McCarty. of Whitesville. 'sited Mr and Mrs Thos Bates, Ta.-- Fork-las-t (o) -JMattingly, Glendeane, has beei in Louisville, buying supplies for his blacksmith, shop week. K. as. - -(- evening in honor of the returned groom and bride, Mr. and Mrs. Fred May. Jr Hogs dropped $3.:0 to $3 10 Monday. Better grades of cattle were in demand at from 3 to 3 4 cents, -(- o) W. J. Dean & Sons' are building a 40x48 addition to their tobacco warehouse in Glendeane. This firm has already bought about .0.000 pounds of the weed and will but that much more. -- o) A supper and entertainment was given at the residence of Mr and Mrs. Fred May Sr., last Wednesday -4 o) I -- o) I Mr. Ezra Reed after visiting his old friend, Hance Hambleton. near Brandenburg, lias returned to his home in California -(o- )-W. (o) Glendeane Smith English and Wick Dellaven came out from last week and with Dave Moorman. Tom Owen and Dick Owen used up a good deal of ammunition and frightened birds considerably at first. Clov-erport. Head and X T. Gilliniul Lodiburg. were in Louisville, last week selling hogs. They struck an off day, receiving only $:t.20 when the day before the market was $:i.."iO X. WJ fJtSfe t FjFfrfcJw It is whispered that some girl will G. Hewitt Hawkins, a bouncing girl occupy that new hou. that is going on the Oth weight 9 pounds. up at Mr. Judson Owen's. Sidney (o) seems happy but is unusually silent Dukes Mr. Campbell killed the when questioned. largest hog Tuesday tfiat lias been killed here this season. It weighed Dean & Co.. have pur- 445 pounds net. chased Mr. Charley Robertson's timDEATH OF MRS. J. W. RAD- ber, or track of it for $1,500. LEY, JEFFERSONVILLE. Westerfield has the contract for building Dean & Sons new ware- of The following account of the death Mrs. J. W. Radley, of Jeffersonville house. is taken from Current Comment by -(- o)- ... :.. .1,.. Af.,.i "Mica Hardinsburg-Bi- on Jolly, of Hew- - Messenger and republished hv re leyville, has announced himself a quest candidate for Circuit Court Clerk, on r saw in .Messellgcr that Mrs. W. j ., Republican ticket: Gus Shel man is Rad, I was ite Slck , t also a candidate for jailer subject to rcccived veIle Gilliam's fetter nf Aril the action of Republican party du, uiu 1 know ;lic was dangerously (o) ill. Xellc was .sorely distressed and T. C Lewis has moved back with said it was the hardest stroke she Jimmy Kincheloc in the jewelry busi- ever had On Mother's Day while I ness. was at Sunday School I had a card from Emma Radley Porter saviner her to marry: Jeff Wilson to mother had passed away the morning Miss Ozella Crume; Arthur Driskell of May 8th, and the remains would e taken to Brandenburg for interto Miss Mahulda P. Bell: S. H. Crut cheloc to Miss Xannie B Lewis; ment May nth. William Roberts to Miss Katie RobXelle speaks of her mother's perinson: John Rankin to Mrs. Joseph- fect unselfishness, who had spent her ine Helms; Samuel T. Johnson to life in doing for others, without a Miss Marv Estes. thought of self. Yes, the greatest heroine in all the (o) Miss Clara Heston gave a candy world is "Mother." Xo"one else makes pulling Friday night. Those prsent such sacrifices or endures anything were: Misses Annie Dejarnette, Bes- like the suffering that she y sie Beard. Clara Heston, Mattie Hook endures for her children I've known Marv Fairleich RnHlfv and Mittie Breeding. Messrs. Ben and Charles Hook. Kenny Board and since early childhood and her life has ueen dedicated to mother, father, Robert Heston -Holt home and children, and when death Misses Xellie Furrow and came and laid his hand upon her, a Zou Johnson, of Hites Run. spent home was left desolate, a husband Sunday with their uncle and aunt, heart broken and the children to mourn a devoted mother's loss. SurMr and Mrs. Chas Furrow, rounded by her loved ones in whose Smith and Adam Cook companionship she had spent her days sold their tobacco to J. B. Pace for the beautiful soul she had received and fortified by God's promises, she ?. and $3. gave back to God without a struggle, (o) Stephensport Born to the wife of from Him. So gentle, so kind, so loving, so sympathetic, with a tear for every sorrow, so firm and so loyal in the practice of her faith; none knew her but to respect, esteem and love her. The church militant has suffered a distinct loss in the death of tl.u dear consecrated woman and the fjiij I n Church Triumphant gained a signal B victory. How that aged father will revert in memory to her childhood and girlhood days spent under the parental i roof fulfilling her obligations with gentleness and kindness to all in the home circle, with loving devotion to -(o)-Moorman, i4-;- ." i , , - -(o)-L- icensed Great interest 'is being demonstra throughout the county in the. Farmers Institute to be held at the", HARDINSBURG, KY. Court House in Hardinsburg, on Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 13 , and 14th. Special care has been taken to arrange a program that will be of J" practical value to evcVy farmer. The speakers are practical men and woBelow will be found a program for Noon men, who have had great experience the two days. Dairying Tate Bird dealing with the subjects that they 1:30-- 2 First Day. The Tobacco Situation will discuss. The Institute will be of Address of Welcome John W. Newman special interest to women, as there 9:45-1- 0 Value of Limestone Judge H. DeH. Moorman will be several addresses by women Dairying - - - Tate Bird T. A. Smoot speakers, and also two addresses on 2.30-- 3 Home Economics poultry. Mr. Pickett, Poultry Special 10:30-1- 1 Winter Egg Production Miss Sue Bearesley. H. A. Pickett' ist from Missouri, will discuss on the uoys ana uiris Uub Work Livestock, Their Care morning of the first ulay the problem - - S. T. Simpson ' C. W. Buck er and Feed of how to secure eggs in the winter 3:30-- 4 Question and Answers Group Conferences months. This one address will well 11:30-1- 2 be worth the trip to the Institute. Noon Due to the length of the program. 1:30-- 2 Livestock Diseases and PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES. it will be necessary to hold two en- -i Their Control - - - Dr. Wickwire ' 1 cup peanut butter, 1 cup sugar, Home Economics tire days, starting in the morning and 2 tablesooons lemon iniri-- 9 runs continuing throughout the dav. I he Miss Sue Bearsley flour, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon soda, morning speakers will be of as great 2:30-- Boys and Girlsl Club Work cup water. P W Buckler l Rub together the peanut butter, lninnrtnnre ns thnsp in tli nflcriinnn and everyone is asked to come earlv Groun Conferences sugar, and lemon juice, and add the and spend the day. There will be no Second Day uuur, in wnicn. nas Deen sitteo..tne4v admission charged or collection taken 9:45-1- 0 Address - - Rev. J. F. Knue salt and soda. Gradually stir in the up. - - James Speed water. Drop the mixture by spoonAddress Of special interest to everyfarmer 10:30-1- 1 Livestock, Their Care fuls on a greased tin and bake for in the county will be an address by and Feed - - - - S. T. Simpson about 20 minutes in a moderate oven. former Commissioner of Agricujture, Care of the Home Flock If desired. 2 teaspoons of baking Newman, on the tobacco situation, in H. A. Pickett powder may be used instead of the 11:30-1- 2 the afternoon of the second day. Questions and Answers lemon juice and soda. ted FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. .... 30 n-ll:- 30 ju I 3 I ( " ! 30 30 J We Will Pay Your Railroad Fare t uncom-plaingl- One Way to Louisville If you purchase at Crutcher & Starks, during the month of December, a suit or overcoat priced tit. . . . I -fo)- $25 to $45 We Will Pay Your Railroad Fare Both Ways, To and From Louisville If you purchase, at Cm teller & Starks, during the month of December, a suit or overcoat priced above r $45.00 I Your Banking Connection We offer you a connection that is prospering, that is accommodating, that is adequate to your every banking need. is the Most Important Business Relation you have ; solicited and will be handled here TO YOUR CERTAIN ADVANTAGE and highest satisfaction. is Your account : 1 can see Mary now as each Sab- bath morning she passed my door going to Sunday School, as a little gin. ami men as a young lady; so faithful and loyal to every trust. Full well I remember when she gave her heart to the one of her choice and linked her destiny with his and cvr ministering to his comfort and every ner me with sweet ,:a,u;. simplicity she made friends without number where ever she was known, io him I extend deepest sympathy with his home all broken. Tn tt.l sister, Mrs Bettie Hardin whose, cup of sorrow has run over just now, and yet this dear sister believes that those who sow in tears shall reap in joy sooner or later all of us ''sow in icurs; leave it to Uoil to keep this sorrow which is part now of thy heart." To the dear children, the brothers, deep sympathy. Mary Radley was one of my most devoted loyal friends and she never forgot each Christmas to send me a booklet to attest her friendship. Christmas 1019 she sent "A Token of Fond Friendship" and wrote "with love to Miss Hattie." "Christmas she sent "When All is Seen Within," and so often a card would come with a tender message. And now she sleeps under the sod in the old home cemetery beside her mother, Aunt Letitia, grandmother, grandfather and Lillian, all gone on before, awaiting her in a mansion not made with hands. I 10-- I ,,ui, WE ARE MAKING THIS INDUCE-MEN- T TO OUR IN THE BELIEF CUSTOMER8 THAT WE WILL BE COMPEN-8ATEFOR LOSS IN PROFIT BY YOUR GOOD WILL AT A TIME WHEN OUR STOCKS OF MERCHANDISE FOR MEN THE LARGEST IN KENTUCKY ARE MOST COMPLETE AND N O COME TO LOUISVILLE AT OUR EXPENSE AND COMPARE VALUES AT THIS STORE. WE GUARANTEE OUR PRICES, FOR QUALITY, THE LOWEST ANY-WHER- E. DURING THE SEASON, IS WORTHY OF A VISIT, AND WE ARE PLEASED TO EXTEND THIS PRACTICAL MONEY-SAV-INHOLIDAY INVITATION. LOUISVILLE, CHRISTMA8 It Is Necmssary To Bring This Nswspapor With You To Rscsiv This Rafund If TKe Store ( Standardized Values (rutcherStarks Granville ft.Burfon LOUISVILLE The Metwpolu of 6Sons KENTUCKY M fti L. 'm M. j, ,- - DECEMBER 8, 1M0 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Owcnsboro, Tuesday to sec her father, Mr Ed Whitehead, who continues ill at the city hospital o o PAGE FIVE-- Q)t Imkrttrfoge Nruts WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1920 Catered at the Pott Office t Cloverprt, Kjr. lecond c'm tnttttr. ATKS FOR POLITICAL MENTS. mil City Oflices- PARENTS DISCUSS SCHOOL PROBLEMS rs el CLASSIFIED -- ADVERTISEMENTS - o NOTE Please the editor win,, aesire advertisements discontinued. T r"iri rri ii notlff fi.rin jLjLrLn jLrui.r you m ANNOUNCE- - For Prerlnct For State and District "p- For Callt, per "" For Cardt, per line For all Pubficatlont In the interest ol iodlTlduala or expression ol Individ' views, per "' ror lountr utticet. - r. on ' 115.00 2 no .10 .10 .10 I Harness leather and pure harness oil Sec V G. Babhagc. oot Mrs Ilettic Ilcavin has returned from livansvillc after a viu't to her daughter, Mrs James Acoi. who underwent an operation in St. Mary's Sunday and Monday with her sister, Mrs. C. E Light foot, and Mr. Light-fo- FOR SALE FOR SA1.K T.IM gallons sorghum In ImcktU ami liarrrls, first dim sorghum I.ouls Sahllr, Harillnsliurg, Koule 2. l'rlce $1.(10 per gallon. Ow S' 'i FOH SAKE Farm consisting of 0 acres, 8 acres of which Is overflow land; has cottage anil four room nice cellar; cistern; two one mrat house, one chicken houe; feeil ham and crih com Mnrd; log house and crih combined; some good fencing; about 25 young fruit trees; some grapes; 1 I mile from church and school. Write G. T. Oldham, Stephensport, Ky. Call Your Attention Again to At Monthly Meeting of Parent-TeacheAss'n. Mrs. C. Sip-pGives Good Talk. $6.75 Hospital. ooo On Hands. Mrs. Steele, of Owcnsboro, spent ot the Famous tl G IV Forelffn AHvnrtlqintr Itenrefntntlvn AME.RT AN PRE?S ASSOCIATION STARK-LOWMA- ' N CO. M0rt1lA l,llfDVIIIHll vo A4WUJO VV 17tM0if af tira T Elmer Hoffious, of Owcnsboro, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hoffious. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Brown were in Louisville, Thursday and Friday, oo o Airs. Robert McDonald and son, Billy, of Indianapolis, are the guests! of Mrs. McDonalds parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Davis. -- v Roy Mullen has returned to his, home in Ravenna, after a short visit with his grandmother, Mrs. Wm. Mullen, and his aunt, Mrs. Henry Yeager. o oo " .Celestine O'Connell, of Detroit, is visiting his mother, Mrs. John O'Connell. ! oa Weedman, of Owensboro, are visiting Mr. Weed-man- 't parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Weedman. Miss Ray Lewis Heyser will be hostess to the Wednesday Club this week at the Cloverport Hotel. ooo Mr. Calvin Black, of Irvine, Ky., spent. Sunday with Rev. E. C. Nail, returning home Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Will O of the Cloverport public school met Mrs. Graham Jolly and daughter. Friday night, Dec :i. at the school Miss Vera Jolly were in Sample house. The minutes of the last meetwith relatives. ing were read and approved, after spending the week-en- d ooo which a short program was rendered C I'ate will go to Smith's by members of the association. Mrs. Mrs. H. daughGrove, this week to visit her Conrad Sippcl gave a good talk which ter, Mrs. G R. McCoy, and Mr. Mc- she called, 'Letting Loose of Baby's Coy. Hand " She pointed out the fact that O oO when a child starts to school, he is Mrs. Sain Berry. Jr.. spent the entering a new stage of hi, life, that week-en- d in Louisville, with her son, he has difficulties and new rules which Paul Edward Berry. he docs not understand and cannot uoo Mr. Jakic Wcatherholt, of Indiana- account for, anil that the mother polis, is visiting his father, Mr. Jake Should show him why they have to be and teach him to observe them, Wcatherholt. thus instilling in him a love for school no Mr. and Mrs. Logan Blake and sou, and at the same time lessening the James, of Osceola, Ark., arc visiting work of the truant officer. Several topics concerning the work relatives in this city. This is Mr. of the association were discussed by Blake's first visit in twenty-fou- r (he members. years. ooo Arrangements for an Mr. R. E. Burke, of Chctiault, made speaker are under way. The meeting trip to Cloverport. Mon- will probably be some time in a business day. January. O 0o The Treasurer reported $i5.7." in the C. Nail was in Louisville, treasury. Rev. E. Tuesday. Although all of the members were ooo wish our Christmas not present, the interest was such We do not spoiled again by persons taking that' it will not fall short of increas"Christmas trees" from our place. ing he attendance as well as the en1iis is to notify such persons that any- rollment. one cutting or carrying away same or otherwise trespassing will be dealt out-of-to- The I'arent-Tcachc- rs Association Munsingwear I Always good; FOH SA1.IV Old newspaper. Sc a hunch. Ilreckenridgr News oflicp, Cloverport, Ky. FOK SALE Manic Deeds and Mortgages. The Ilreckentldge News, Cloverport, Ky. it's better than ever TYPE WRITER FOR SALE Remington FOR SALE typewriter No. (1, Remodeled. (Jood a new. Further Information call or write The Ilrcckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky this season-a- sk the wearers. -- FOR RENT FOR RENT Farm at Free. Ky. Write Mrs. f.ucy Taul, WKI Heinlien Ave., Evanville. I ml. FOR RENT Electric Vacuum cleaner. Write E. tiuntcr Sc Co., Owrnsliorn, Ky. the folks who know They are quite enthusiastic too, and have a right to their say. The comfort you get is worth while; sounds good, don't it? We can prove it; give us a chance. WANTED GET INTO I1USINESS Watkim 137 sell to every farmer. If ou ovn auto or team can give bond, write today for information where you can est, territory for selling products of largeit institution of kind in world. Twenty million users. .1 It. WATKINS CO., Ilcpt. Ill, Winona, Minn. pro-duc- J. C. NOLTE & BRO. WANTED To buy a good traction engine 10 to 20 horse power. Must be In good condition and price cheap. S. W. Davis, Mystic, Ky, WANTED At once. Timber cutters and tic makers. Good prices. Write or call J. M. Rhodes, Webster, Ky. 30 MORE MEMBERS REGIONAL ADDED TO R. C. EDUCA- according to law with Bownc. Cloverport, Ky. , o o o o o o Edward ASST. FIRE CHIEF TORS TO MEET returned to her home in Louisville, Sunday afternoon after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ollic Miss Henderson WILL OFO'BORODEAD NEWMAN AD- ! Lee Muckenfuss Son of Isaac Clark. o6o Muckenfuss, Lumber Dealer Mrs. Miller Ferry and Miss Lillian of Hardinsburg. in Louisville, Saturday Polk were shopping. Mrs. DRESS COUNTY TO BACCO GROWERS Local Chapter Has Member- In Memphis on Friday of This ship Increased in Last Week. Week. Will Discuss Needs American R. C. Aids of Education. Europe. Citizens Regional Education for the states of Tennessee, Kentucky, ArkLouisiana, ansas, Mississippi, and Alabama will be held at the Chisca Hotel, Memphis Tenn . on Friday, December 10. The purpose of the conference, which is one of a scries of twelve regional conferences on education, called by the Commissioner of Education, is to discuss the most important and pressing needs of education in the states of the conference group from the standpoint of the citizens who own, support and use the schools rather than from that of professional educators. Governors and chief school officers of the group of conference states, members of legislatures, mayors of cities, members of city councils, women's chilis, civic and patriotic organizations, labor unions, and ministers, lawyers, editors and other publicists, business snen. city and county superintendents of schools, members of city and county boards of education, representatives of universities, A Washington O Miss Louise Whitehead p was in The Reasons Why We Like to Sell Whitman's Candies 1st We think they are absolutely the nicest candies we know of. 2d They have the largest assort-meof packages to select from. nt It comes direct from Whitman's to us, and to you. No Jobber or Middle Man to hold it a "we'ek or two. 4th It is always the same always fresh, good and pure. 5th They are a business, people with business methods. If at any time you should happen to get a package of their candies that you think are not just right, they back us in making it right. 3d ooo Assistant Fire Chief Lee MuckenGeo. Crist and Mrs. H. D. fuss. for fifteen years a member of Carter were in Louisville, Sunday the the Owensboro fire department, died guest of Mrs. W. A. Cook in the Owensboro city, hospital ThursMuckMr. and Mrs. Joe J.Sawyer pml son, day after a week's illillness. Mr. on Thanksgiving enfuss was taken Charles Emilus were in Hawesville. Thursday to see Mr. Sawyer's broth- day with acute indigestion. He was removed to the city hospital where er, Mr. T. F. Sawyer, who has been it was found he had a tumor. ill with blood poisoning, Mr. Muckenfuss was the son of ooo Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ferry and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Muckenfuss, of daughter. Miss Annie Murray Ferry, Owcnsboro th e former is a lumber in and nephew, Fred Adams, of Louis- dealers and has his headquarters forty-ville, were guests of Mr. Ferry's bro- Hardinsburg. The deceased was years old. He was considered ther. Mr. Thos. J. Ferry, and Mrs. live one of the most efficient and experienFerry, Sunday. ooo ced members of the force. Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Louisville, Surviving are his parents, one sisand her sister, Mrs. Grover Welsh, of ter, Miss Ora Muckenfuss. of Akron. New Albany, were the guces of their Ohio, and six brothers, Charles, of brother, Mr. Ernest Gregory, and Cleveland; John and Arthur, of Mrs. Gregory, Thursday, Owenshoro; Albert and Harvey, of ooo Chicago; and Otis, of Havanna, Cuba. Mrs. Deunic Jolly, of Owensboro, The funeral was held Saturday was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank , morning from the residence of his Payne, Saturday and Sunday. parents, 810 Crittenden Street, with ooo Elmwood Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baldridge. of interment indepartment cemetery. The attended the Louisville, arrived Thursday and will entire fire a body with the fire trucks funeral in spend the winter here at the home of draped in black. Mr. and Mrs. David B. Phelps. o o Mrs. Eldred A. Babbage left Tues- HILL ITEMS day to remain until after Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Luther Satterfield with her parents. Major Rogers and went to Louisville, Saturday morning Mrs. Rogers, in Earlington. to return Sunday evening 6th We know you are better ooo Messrs. Vic and Gabe Beavin went Mrs. Sallic Moorman is in Louissatisfied when you receive a packville, to spend three weeks with her to Owensboro, Saturday evening to age of Whitman's. daughters, Mrs. Edward Weber and be the guests of their brother, Carl until Sunday evening. Mrs. Joe Harpole. 7th Last, but not least, they are Joe Getting has given possession of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McMauus, who the house in which he lived to the the makers and we are the seller went to Denver, Colo., on their wed- owner, Mr. Purcell, who moved last of the world's greatest package of ding trip and were guests of Mrs. week into his own home across from candy The Sampler. McMantis' sister, Miss Nellie Burke, his store. Mrs. James Burke and children, rereturned here for a few days visit with Mrs. McMauus' parents, Mr. turned to their home in Louisville, and Mrs. John Burke, before going last week after several weeks spent visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. to their home in Lexington. CONFECTIONERY ooo Jas. Lewis and Mr. Burk's family. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gregory and Miss Ethel Smith, of Terrc Haute, son. Frances Gregory, were in St. Ind is at Mrs. Jess Isoms having returned with her grandmother, Mrs. Win. Smith. Dick Beavin. from the country has gone into part of the house vacated by Mr. Purcell. Sam Allen went to Louisville, Saturday to see his wife, who is in the ...PERMANENT... . o Carters DR. W. lfflciHHii:?s::isPr B. TAYLOR IrvlRgtsn, Kj. infirmary and reported getting along nicely. Mr. Jim Beavin DENTIST Always In office during ofllce bouts and sister, were here last week enroutc to their home in McQuady. WILL SPEND THE WINTER IN SOUTHERN During the past week the membership, of the Cloverport Red Cross has At Farmers Institute On Next been increased by thirty more names. names omitted from last week's Tuesday. Will Discuss Grow- Two were Misses Kay Lewis Heyser list ers' Problems and Offer and Miss Eunice Wheeler. New names added are: Mesdamcs. Remedies. Frank Payne. Ii. C. Nail and Charlie Hambleton Messrs. Marvin Shrews-berrOf great interest to every farmer W M. Mattingly, Oliver Pate. in Breckinridge County will be the Henry C. Pate. Larkin Gibson, Sam news that former Commissioner ot Allen. Jinimic Fitch. Joe Carter, W. Agriculture, John W. Newman, and' S. Ashby, Jno. Davidson. A. J at present. President of the Hurley Vcrnie Milhurn. R. O Willis, Tobacco Growers Association, will S. V Conrad, Robert Haiiunan. Sain discuss in detail the present situation Berry. Jr.. Win. Hoffious. Ollic Clark. of the tobacco industry, at the Farm- John Burke. S. R. Bcrrv. Sr . Wm. ers Institute, to be held in Hardins- Gipson, John Ryan and Rutlier Pate. burg on Monday and Tuesday, Dec. James Webb and Fred November, l.'lth. and 14th. colored. Newman will take up in detail the The American Red Cross ha ap various problems affecting the tobac- propriated $400,001) for the relief of co situation and will, suggest sound the IIW.OOO South Russian refugees in1 ' remedies to j)vercome some of these i Constantinople. , problems. Mr! Newman is at present. President of the Hurley Tobacco1 "Mrs. Keach Tells How She Got to Growers Association and says in his Know letter, to the committee "that he is anxious to get the growers in the "Have always feared rats' Lately dark sections started along lines noticed many on my farm. A neighyou are interested bor said he just got rid of droves with similar to ours." If in knowing what these lines are. and This started me thinkwhat they are doing, where the grow- ing. Tried P myself. It ers are organized, come and hear Mr. killed 17 and scared the rest away." Newman speak and bring as main P comes in three sizes. Il.'c, tobacco growers with you as possible. li.'ic. ?1.L'."). Sold and guaranteed by n speak in the Mr. Newman will Conrad Payne & Co . Cloverport. and of the second day. B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg. Advertisement SEVERS HOME SOLD TO FRYMIRE OF EKRON. LUMBER MARKET TAKES ANOTHER TUMBLE Mr. and Mrs. Win. Fryniire, of.t Ekrou, have purchased the home of Milwaukee. Wis.. Dec. .'J. Lumber Mr and Mrs. J. Hyrne Severs, which prices took another tumble today, built and owned by when Milwaukee dealers announced a was originally Mr. Severs' father, D. H. Severs. Mr. cut ranging from 7 to 11 per cent. and Mrs. Frymire will move here The total reduction from the top price within a fortnight while Mr. and Mrs is :.'." per cent One company announSevers and son, Hugh Barrett, will ces a drop iu yellow pine and lir "two go to Owensboro where .Mr. Severs by fours" from t to ?S0 a thousand is in business and make their home. feet, Two months ago the price was $07. The same company announces a decline iu maple flooring, clear, from LITTLE HELEN TUCKER BURIED AT HARNED. $l(l.' to $l.i() Last July the price was S22.1. Shingles are down $1 to $17. The top figures this year was i?!i.."). Harned. Ky, Dec. (i (Special) Little Helen, the four year old daughAmerican novitiates for the Sisters ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tucker, died at the home of her parents on Thurs- of the bacred Heart are now able to i day, Nov. 25. after a mouth's illness. visit Koine and study languages in a The funeral was held iu the Harned house which the American branches ' Methodist church by Rev. K. Smith. 01 uie tinier nave nougut especially The remains were laid to rest in the for that purpose Scott cemetery bv the side of her DJ3W Ul 3J3lX J DISSDf 'J3JSJS many beautiful floral designs. y. Conference on Hoh-mai- i, i Rat-Snap- ." RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNA- colleges and normal schools, and men and women interested as citizens in the improvement of schools and the promotion of education have been in- -, vited to attend the sessions of the conference RAT-SNA- after-nod- BRIEF LOCAL ITEMS , Mr and Mrs. Chas. O. Berry, who have been living In Nashville, have returned here to live getting possession of their home iu the West End which Mr Joe Fallon was occupying. Mr Rcrry will probably accept a position at the Government Dam No. 44 at Addison ooo Mr. anil Mrs. Frank Oelze have moved in their new home known as the Canol' property, which they purchased a few weeks ago Mr. and Mrs. Sain Wheatley, who have been occupying the house, moved in the cottage on the Hill adjoining Jolui Blythc's home. CARD OF THANKS We desire to thank our friends and iui assistance i 111111 vii during the fire and kindness shown us since from Cloverport and els'e- uciKlltJUl s where, Mr. and Airs Clarence Ray. FLORIDA. e, ANNOUNCEMENT On and after January 1, 1921 I am, going to adopt a cash system for selling merchandise. I will sell for cash only. I am doing this for two reasons. One is it will place me in position to sell you goods from 10 to 15 per cent less than I can sell them now. The capital it takes to carry long standing accounts compels a merchant to sell goods for a larger per cent of profit. Besides it enables the man that pays cash to buy his goods a great deal cheaper and the man that buys on credit can borrow money and save from C to 10 per cent by 'paying cash. And another thing it eliminates all rrors that are liable to happen in book keeping. . Second, it will do away with the work and expense of keeping books which adds largely to the overhead cost of doing business. As I am going to adopt the cash system would ask that everyone who is indebted to please make their arrangemnts to settle all accounts by the 1st of the New Year 1931. I am sure it will mean much in dollars and cents to both parties concerned. I want to thank my many friends and customers, for past favors and solicit your valuable patronage in the future. Irene Taul left Sunday for Talahas-seFla. where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs Joe Culley for three weeks. From there Mr. Taul and Miss Taul will go to St. Petersburg, and then to Tampa Bay, where they expect to remain for the winter. All persons having claims against the estate of the late Martha J. Elder are notified to present them lo he undersigned Administrator, at the Breckenridge-Ban- k of Cloverport. Cloverport, Kentucky, duly proven as required by law, on or before January 1st, 1021. Paul Lewis. Administrator of the estate of Mrs. Martha J. Elder. Claude Mercer. Attorney. Mr. L. C. Taul and daughter, Miss INFANT OF MR. AND MRS. WILBUR PILE SUCCUMBS. Harned, Dec. 0 (Special) The fant child of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Pile died last Monday of heart trouble. The funeral services were conducted at the home Tuesday afternoon by Rev. Roe, of Hardinsburg, after which the remains were taken to the Scott cemetery for interment. in- Pre-Holid- ay Specials SHOPPING (PQ DO YOUR XMAS Boy's and girls kid gauntlet gloves, in many styles. t0 EARLY and Men's NOTICE P0p DJL.tJ Men's one-stor- y, About 230 students of the Lathrop and Manual Training High Schools of Kansas City, Mo., are building a stucco structure, 40x80, that will be used exclusively for the teaching of music. French kid gloves in browns, greys and all prevailing colors. and tablecloth d.tJUdamask, other quality cheaper. Kfl Ddt)U splendid quality of 6 napkins of good Ladies' $2.50 and Ladies' gloves in tan only, very durable. Cape &4 PA Per set grades Dr. O. E. HART DAVJ the latest fad to be worn with low shoes. Colors, brown only. D C9 QO Ladies' Wool Hose, $1.25 I Infants good quality crib blankets. Special price on alum-- Louis, last week the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Yewell Holder. Mr, and Mrs, Harry Newsom and daughter. Miss Margaret Newsom were in Louisville. Saturday. VETERINARY SURGEON Will be in HARDINSBURG, KY., on the FOURTH MONDAY IN NOV. Ladics' splendid quality spats in browns, tans. greys and white. All sizes. JL.tlU t0 tDU,uO $1 fQ DAOt HKn I . tles and skillets of the Liberty Wear. t bum Preserving Ket- 0 OXtO J" ERNEST DENHAM LICENSED AUCTIONEER Will cry all sales at a reasonable Fee Write or phone me at Hardinsburg, Ky, Ladies' and Misses Wool tarns in all the leading combination colors. i Ladies' splendid quality black and brown Durham lisle hose. All sizes. Ol i !: "" VISIT THE STORE OF GOOD VALUES E. A. HARDESTY, Stephensport, Ky. GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVERPORT, KY. ' N i . . . s PAGIIX THE BRSCKSNIUDGX NEWS. CLOVElKPORT. KENTUCKY v L DECXMBSIt I, 1M9 -- LETTERS WE APPRECIATE " man just said, a few minutes ago, ho would not think of leaving homo without a package of Lane's Cold Tablets in his HOPKINSVILLE TOBACCO SEASON DELAYED Weather Conditions Cause of Opening Sale. Post-pon-in- g IT ISN'T FAIR THAT'S ALL! To Your Family To Your Friends To Yourself Going Around Half Sick. TAKE CARE OF YOUR HEALTH DIRECTORY Of Cattle an'd Hog f Lag, and every one who has used speaks just as highly of them." these tablets n MS0 LE ROY, N. Y. JAIJES COLD TABLETS "The Pink Tablets in the Yellow Box." CLAIMS ALLOWED BY BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY , Hopkinsvillc. Ky. Dec 1. The Former Cloverporter. Mr. Babbagc Dear Sir: Enclosed continued dry weather has caused you will find money order for $2.00 the opening sale of tobacco bu the for which send me The Breckcnridgc Hopkinsvillc market, which had been News another year. Please send me announced for December 7, to be this week's copy as I do not want to postponed until conditions are better. miss a copy, as I love to hear from Interest is very keen for1 the mar home. Yours respectfully, Mrs. Alvin ket to open, for until it docs there will be no definite line of prices. Not Pate, 2013 Nevada St., Evansvillc only the farmers and tobacco dealers, I Ind, the business people as well, arc1 Renewal anxious to sec what tobacco is going Mr. J. D. Babbagc. Dear Sir: You to do this year. will find enclosed check for renewal It is generally conceded that prices of The Breckcnridgc News. Very will show a heavy decline from last sincerely. Nell Cashman R. F. D. 2, season's top, and many fears are expressed as to just how much this deBox 330 Louisville, Ky. cline will be. But dealers, whilcthcy will not name definite figures, insist Miss Moorman Renews Mr. Jno. D. Babbagc, Clovorport. that tobacco of quality will sell well. Ky. Dear Mr. Babbagc: Please find The trouble about this is that reports enclosed herewith my check for $2.00 indicate the present crop is a poor one in quality, for much of the tobacco in payment for one .ear's subscription to The Breckcnridgc News. was injured by black fire while lots Thanking you, Pauline Moorman, of it Was cut green to save it cither from the black fire or from frost. Louisville, Ky. Chicken Raisers, Live Stock and Tobacco Dealers of i Breckinridge County , Brcdt Planters Hall Stock Farm Oltn Dun, Ky. If Your Blood Is Weak and wofpa an And Purify It. over-tire- d Wl.ui otrenginen w , Poisons Pen-b- ut Polled Durham Cattle. Poland ChfaM Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep. One won 1000 Rlbboni t Suu Flm M Past Five Vwi FISCAL COURT From Mrs. J. D. Morrison Mr. J. D. Babbagc, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: Find enclosed money order for $2.00 for one year's subscription to The Brcckenridge News to start if possible with this week's issue. Mrs. J. D. Morrison, 417 E. 7th St., Scdalia. Mo. LARGEST TAX COLLECTION EVER Internal Bureau Revenue Collects $5,407,580,251. Tobacco Tax Largest. 2. day after When you get day, your system has to get rid of so much waste it can't create new energy fast enough. The result is that your blood is filled with waste matter It becomes clogged. You arc trying to get around with a lot of poison in your system. You look bad you feel poorly. You get out of patience easily. Ambition is lost. You just don't care about anything. That is no way to live. Your blood needs help for a time. It is starved. You will find help in that fine tonic. Pepto-Mangan. THE HOWARD J. M. HOWARD ft FARMS 80N, Prop. Shorthorn and Foiled Shorthorn, Roan Saktfl, Sultan, headt the herd. ion of White-hal- l Duroc Hogi, Sprague Defender headi tht herd. Dreeders of 2nd. priie Polled Shorthorn .Heifer (Senior yearling class) Chicago, 1010. Inter-Nation- Glen Dean, :- -: :- -: Ky. Pepto-Manga- n puri- APRIL TERM 1920 (Continued From Last Week) ROAD FUND FIRST DISTRICT Disbursements Dan Askins. team four days. days Jim Bcavin, team one and Mart Coonis labor two days. day. Jess Mattingly labor Bill Cooms labor one day John Neil team five hours- Allen Mcador foreman five days th rec hours. Shcllic Hook labor three days Austin Arms labor and team. C. W. Houchen labor one day six and Hook labor two days Allen Mcador labor five days. I B Richardson dynamite fuse, caps and tools Dr. D. S. Sphirc r.S3 feet lumber. Wah Robbins foreman seven days- Jim Beavin team three days seven hours. T J Hook j'arr.ge bill to date Marion Weatherholt work and supplies. G. W. Mattingly repair on steam drill J. W. Bruner blacksmithing J. R Xeal team two days five hours T. Z. Allen use of horse. O.A. Brown ."30 feet of lumber and b Frank labor three days and five hours. Allen Meadof foreman 4.S days B. F. Beard & Co , tools and material Austin Arms team three days bhellic Hook labor three days- Sliellie Hook labor four days eight hours Austin Arms team two days labor one and Allen Mcador foreman nine days three h Robbins. foreniani four days Jim Beavin team five hours. Allie Haycraft team two days five hours Hugh Haycraft labor one day five hours Arthur Haycraft labor two days five k Wilson team five hours John Frank labor one day G. A Wright team five hours G. P. Macy took and material Eddie Bland labor one Tom Bland team one day. Charlie Lewis team one day Mattingly Bros & Bickett 080 rods fence- G M. Board lumber and making drag G. A. Wright team two days Allen Meador foreman ten days Sliellie Hook labor three days- Austin Arms team (i ,i labor two days. Jess Whitworth freight on graders T. J. Hook garage and gas.. Wash Robbins labor three days. Gabe Wright labor and team Roy Kennedy one day as viewer of road Taylor Dowell one day os viewer of road H. DcH. Moorman Car for Road Engineer. Kentucky Culvert Co., Culverts Geo. E..Bess two trips to Frankfort Road business-Intere- st on foregoing claims one-half moo 7.50 4.30 1.12 2.2:1 2.J0- one-ha- lf one-ha- lf hours-Sliell- ie 15.90 7.50 9.73 3.72 5.00 15.00 1G5.25 3 32 17.50 18.50 5.15 37 '0 150 2.G0 nails-Ho- 12.50 2.00 23.30 790 14.40 20.05 15.00 7.50 12.00 12.30 27.90 10 00 2.50 0.23 3.35 5 60 1.25 2.25 1.25 4 00 2.25 2.50 2.50 40.00 2.50 7.00 30.00 7.50 37.50 23 22 2.82 7.50 31.75 2.00 2.00 400.00 107.58 80.00 40.73 The collection of $5,407,380,251 in taxes was made by the internal revenue bureau the last fiscal year. Commissioner William said in his annual report, made public tonight. The tax collection is the greatest in the history of the nation. For Six Months. The total income and profits taxes Mr. John D. Babbagc, Cloverport. Ky. Dear Sir. Enclosed please find made up the bulk of the revenue $1.00 for a six months subscription to obtained by the government with The Brcckenridge News. Respectfully, $3,950,930,000. Tobacco taxes totaled $293,809,355. Guy Hart, McDaniels, Ky. The levy on distilled and fermented liquors "produced $139,401,149, and Dr. Beard Located in Ohio J. D. Babbagc. Esq.. Cloverport, miscellaneous and war excise taxes Ky. Dear Uncle John: Some mouths brought $883,803,871. The remainder past on meeting you in Hardinsburg, of the revenue was from capital stock I asked you to discontinue The stamp and special taxation. Breckenridgc News at present address until I notified you where to ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION 'AIDS CANADIAN SCHOOLS send it. am now located in Youngs-tow- n and will ask that you forward New York. The Rockefeller Founpaper to my address here. If my" tonight announced the prelimsubscriped has expired, kindly notify dation apportionment of $3,000,000 in inary me and I will remit without delay aid Will appreciate copies for two past out of medical education in Canada of the $3,000,000 previously set weeks issue. kind regards to you and aside for the purpose. With now jnadc yours, and hoping that the News may of The appropriations contributions arc two classes; continue to prosper as an instrument ward increasingfirst, permanent torethe for good and the betterment of the sources in and endowment welfare of old Breckinridge and as- of schools buildings well established; already suring you that it is alway a welcome second, into messenger to those who proudly claim come of contributionswhich annual institutions are under-goin- g I am very truly. Harold J. it as home. reorganizations. 7 Beard. M. D. Dollar Bank Building, Youngstown. Ohio. Washington. Dec. 1 512-51- Can't Do Without Her Home Paper. Dear Mr. Babbagc: Enclosed you will find $1.00. Please continue my subscription to The Brcckenridge News six months longer. I can't do without my home paper. With best regards to the News and all of its readers. Yours very truly, Sue E. Wedding, Rome, Ind. the blood and fills it with red corpuscles. In a little while you'll have plenty of rich, red blood and you won't know yourself. It isn't a magic medicine. It contains iron and other ingredients that feed starved blood and make it rich and red. Physicians n have prescribed for years. n is sold in liquid and tablet form. Take cither kind you prefer. One acts the same as the other. Both contain the same ingredients. But be sure to get the genuine n "Gudc's." The full name, Pepto - Mangan," "Glide's should be on the package. Advertisement. fies Pepto-MangaPepto-MangaPepto-Manga- Valley Home Stock Farm J W. J. OWEN ft SONS, Fropieton Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle BEARD BROS. Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealera la LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO C. V. High-Class CUMMINGS-ESKRIDG- Hardinsburg, Ky. Dealer in Robertson E Mr. Morgan Es'kridgc, saw miller, was granted a marriage licenses last week in Cannclton to wed Miss May Horses, Mules, Fine Sad--; die and Harness Horses. Cummings. Both reside at Falls of It will pay you to visit my Stable! Rough. Ky. CORN op MAY In Small Lots or in Car Load Lots Write or Call Us at Oar Expense IF YOU NEED J. O. TAYLOR & SONS LEWISPORT, KENTUCKY one-hal- f. hours-Was- At St. Mary's College Breckenridgc Publishing Co., Cloverport, Ky Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find $1.00 for which you will please send me The Breckenridge News for six mouths. Yours truly, Frank Jarboe, St. Mary's College, St. Mary, Ky. Mr. J. Breckinriege County hours-Fran- Three Months Subscription ID Babbage, Cloverport Ky. Dear Sir: Please send me The Breckcnridgc News for three months. You will find check enclosed for same. P. French, 820 W. Broadway. Louisville, Kv. Gets The News 9 Months Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find check for $1.50 for which you will please send me The Brcckenridge News. Most respectfully, J. W. Miller, R. F. D. 5. ' Farmers Institute At M '!- - Wessington Springs, South Dakota, Mrs. Seybert Renews Dear Mr. Bebbage: Find enclosed check for which please send me The BreckenridKe News for one vear be ginning with Oct. 27th. I do not want to miss a copy. Sorry I did not see you while in success. Respectfully, Mrs. J. A. bert; 1)09 8th St., Fargo. N. D. Sey- Court House, Hardinsburg, Ky. ! - Monday and Tuesday, Kentucky this summer. Wishing you M iw BISMARK, p'a., RENAMED FOR QUENTIN ROOSEVELT DEC. 13 AND 14, FARM CROPS 1920 ",i i . Total disbursements. Balance on hand. ROAD FUND SECOND DISTRICT Receipts April 11, From J. B. Carman, Sheriff. From J. B. Carman Sheriff out of 1910 levy. Total net receipts. Disbursements Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co , Road Vouchers. Marion Weatherholt, labor team and tools. Farmers Bank & Trust Co., borrowed on overdraft. Marian Weatherholt labor and teams Marion Weatherholt tools and labor Marion Weatherholt work on Bowling Green road. Marion Weatherholt work as per account filed. Marion Weatherholt work for week ending July 19 Marion Weatherholt flooring bridge Cloverport and Fordsville Steve Carman labor on Bowling Green "'l Harlan Dunn labor on Bowling Green ont W A I'urcell labor on Bowling Green road t'iram i' oorman lab'.r on Howling Grrcn Jess Whitworth xprcss on grader parts. Luther Pate labor on Bowling Green road Ernest Dejarnette labor on Bowling Green road. Ed Hinton Culvert ordered by J. J. Keenan Good Roads Mach. Co., 1 cutter 2 front wheels Marion Weatherholt tools Marion Weatherholt tools and explosives days-RHarlan Dunn labor two and obert Wilson labor two and days. W, A. Purcell labor 11 days L. R. Pate team grading and labor It days Conrad Payne & Co., bolts tools and oil L. R. Pate repairs on g- A Continued on Page 7 $7,9 12.79 .? 300 71 Unusual tribute was paid to an American fighting man when the town of Bismark, Pa., recently changed its name to Quentin, thus combining honor to the son Theodore Roosevelt lost in battle, and escape -- $1,970.42 from an older cognomen . 2,400.00 memorv states an article in of harsh the December Popular Mechanics Magazine. .$4,370.42 A patriotic society of the state has erected a tablet commemorating the event, on which is quoted the great 740.82 great American's famous creed of life 40.30 and death, beginning "Only those are 300.82 fit to live who do not fear to die." MAKING PEARLS FROM FISH NEW DOMESTIC INDUSTRY Establishment of a new eastern factory with 50,000 sq. ft. of floor space, for the manufacture of arti24193 ficial pearls essence. from 00.95 marks the beginning of a new Amer13.75 ican industry, formerly dependent on 13.75 imports from France, Germany, and asserts Popular Mechanics 12 50 Italy, Magazine for December. The com11.75 mon herring is the base of supply for 149 the irridescent material used, and re10.50 moving it is an arduous task because 2.S0 each scale, taken only from certain parts of the fish, yield but a tiny speck 3.00 of luster. fish-scale The State Department of Agriculture has secured the service of some of the most prominent men and women on such subjects as: 40.00 58.30 85.00 252.88 Is ''"' .... HOME ECONOMICS SOIL IMPROVEMENT BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB WORK DAIRYING LIVE STOCK DISEASES WINTER EGG PRODUCTION VALUE OF LIMESTONE CARE AND FEED OF STOCK TOBACCO SITUATION The Department is confident that these Speakers can be of great value to the farmers of Breckinridge County, if they will come out and hear these .talks. Ladies are especially invited to hear the lady speaker discuss Home problems. There will be all day meetings. Come and hear the wonderful Story of Lime, Legumes and Livestock. No farmer in Breckinridge County can afford to miss these meetinngs, so Use Your telephone, tell Your Neighbors, Stop By and see that they come. All Free, the State Department pays the men arid women to get this message to you. Won't you spend your time to hear it? Remember, No Admission and No Collection r one-ha- lf one-ha- lf - 19.00 81.97 25.80 0.25 0.25 27.50 53.00 3.00 0.50 ITALIANS FOR AMERICA Palermo, Sicily. Dec. 1. Seventy thousand persons awaiting an opportunity to emigrate to the United States are causing much congestion here. Only 1,500 can leave each month. From six to eight steamships, carrying 10,000 steerage passengers, are sailing monthly from Naples for America. 70,000 W. C HANNA Commissioner of Agriculture. .!'$ 2X3 kIMS ALLOWED BY BRECKINRIDGE RtCKlNRrDG COUNTY FISCAL COURT 0 0.25 0.25 0.35 72.50 no.oo 31.70 7.50 15.00 7.50 5.00 43.77 14.41 5.00 33.35 15.15 97.50 7.50 15.00 3.50 38.50 4.(50 CXOVKRPORT, Fr KKttTUCXf ' Krfl IN HENDERSON Continued From ,Pagc eve one-halone-ha- lf "I AM HAPPIEST WOMAN IN TOWN" This Is What Mrs. Phillips Says Since Tanlac Completely Restored Her Health. "I firmly believe Tanlac has saved my life," was the emphatic statement of Mrs. Nettie Phillips, of Mcgadorc, near Akron, Ohio. "For sonic years past I suffered so from a badly disordered stomach that my life was miserable. Whenever 1 ate anything in the way of solid food it was like a stone in my stomach, and I suffered perfect agony. "1 had spells of dizziness, when black spots would swim before my eyes and a,t times I could hardly sec. I slept so poorly I dreaded to go to bed, for I knew it meant hours of restlessness befort I got to sleep. "Since I have at last found the right medicine for my troubles I am the happiest woman in town. Just a few bottles of Tanlac have enabled me to cat whatcvr I want and 1 never feel a touch of indigestion. "Those sharp pains in my stomach and the dizziness and sleeplessness have all stopped, have gained several pounds in weight, have a healthy color and feel years younger. In the morningsl feel so strong and well I am impatient to get about my housework. My only regret is that I didn't get Tanlac a great deal sooner, for it would have saved me a world of suffering." Tanlac is sold in Clovrport at Wedding's Drug Store, in Kirk by Mattingly Bros, in Addison by L. D. Addison, in Amnions by Win H. Dutschkc and in Stephensport by E. A. Shcllman. Advertisement. Report of the condition of The Carman labor two and days f Itratn Moorman labor two and days- raih Robbins labor nails and lumber R. Pate team and grader repairs barren Purcell labor 13 days. Johnson team and putting; in culverts. Frank labor three" days ; u, rraiiK learn inrco "ay B. F, Frank labor three (John Knight team , B. F. Beard & Co., tools V Conrad Payne & Co., tools Bud I so in labor two davs Marion Weathcrholt dynamite and fuse. T- - J, Hook Garage bill for Auaust l'L. R. Pate team 14 days foreman 4 T6m Mason labor three clays r, Walter Mason team three days Tabeling blacksmithing A. Purcell labor 14 days, "Abner Dent blacksmithing 'Bob Wilson labor five days- Marion Weathcrholt scraper and dynamite- ''Conrad Payne & Co., paint and repairs William Maon team two days .VT Ji Hook garage bill L. R. Pate team and foreman nine days f'Warren Purcell labor .Carl Beavin labor ' W. T. Mason labor one day ,,, W. C. Pate foreman f'vc aavs team ten days. Everett Board labor two days- feJ2verett Staples labor seven days Smith labor three days Raymo.nd Turpin labor three days team one day. 'JJen Wood labor seven days '"Bill Wnnrl Inhnr fnnr tnve pVM. Moorman labor three davs team one day days Jas Wood labor seven and ('JGeo. Kramer labor fifteen days Bob Wilson labor four days five hours. R. Pate team one day Wid Furrow team one day labor six days Jennings Weathcrholt labor five and one - half days days labor one and CV.Corbet Keenan team 2 and days I. V. Jackson team three days y FrfjM. Mingus team one day labor five days Ktiest Kice labor two days team two days. iTRro Jones road work-J I AAOltA lauui iuui Jmn v..iw NTa...,.. Inltn fn.aa. uajrs live ! Wash Robbins foreman four days five hours Ruppert Robbins labor one day five hours 't Kentucky Culvert Co., Culverts Marion Weatherholt supplies Huppert Robbins team three days J. A. Waggoner lumber S. C. Frank team one day J. D Mingus labor three days team two days. X.. V". Moorman labor two days : Wiley Hambleton labor one day fcH. A. Walker labor two and one half davs. Gabe Brickey team 47 hours labor 15 hours. Roy Courtney labor 47 hours W. R. Furrow labor three days five hours. B F. Frank foreman one day RvJohn Bates labor two days- ? labor two hours: fi am 1niFf nt inn flAif uuwiw. tv.ti.ii imu uujia It tisxa t ntn rlntrcs viiutt,jr iuuui uaj lorn Mason team two davs mi"m Tlni'ic tiTt nirrhf tlWI.1 IMISVI fmtf IIUUI. WUMJ .11V nnnrc IiKai AUU tintrc '? Frank Mingus labor three days four hours v.Joy Beatty labor nine hours Sam Havcraft labor eicht hours Kincheloe G72 feet of lumber. rett Allen labor one day eight hours. W? Everett Pate labor five days L. R. Pate team five and days foreman four days-Jo- e Cramer labor six and days Bob Wilson labor four and days Robert Wheatley labor two days two hours Sid Taul team seven hours labor four hours T. J. Hook garage bill for October days foreman. Wash. Robbins team three days one and Gabe Brickey labor two days one hnnr g.f G. R. Pate labor one day five hours. ji Qwen, Pate labor one day three hours Jim McClellan labor two days two hours Andrew McClellan labor two days two hours. '. Vennie, Burdette labor one day Hob Tindle labor, Jenk Weatherholt labor one day Conrad Payne & Co., oils and nails Walter Newby labor three and one - half days. iv iuui iHdauii icaiit uuc uajr 17 T. Aldridge labor on culvert- - ' tP Jim Woods labor two days. . Raymond Turpin labor five and one - half days Continued on Page 8 BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST COMPANY doing business at the town of County of Breckinridge, State of Kentucky at the close of business on fifteenth (15) day of November, 1020. Hard-insburg. COAL RIGHTS SOLD 1 New Coal Mine to be Opened on "Texas" Between Basket and Henderson. Henderson, Dec. 3. Coal rights on acres on the L. H. and St L railroad between Henderson and Basket have been purchased bv J M. Phillips and Herman Love, of Nashville and oher capitalists of that cil, it was learned yesterday, and it is the purpose ot the purchasers to sink a double shaft on the acquired property Preparations to sink the shaft hav progressed to the point that a geologist has 'been brought here to look over the lay of the land The large area was purchased at a consideration of $15 an acre, the total price paid for the 1,000 acres being ' $15,000. It was learned from a reliable source that the Nashville capitalists visited the Zion mine a few days ago and have under consideration the purchase of the mine 1,000 BETTER DEAD Life is a burden when the bc4jr is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. T bring back the sunshine take ''y RESOURCES Loans and Discounts - Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Due from Banks - - Cash on hand Checks and other cash --- $008,077.20 10,370.40 21,000.52 21,018.75 10,073.04 177.77 0,838.70 1,333.21 COLD MEDAL The national remedy of Holland for ovar 200 years; it is an enemy of all pains re- ., ... -- - 2. items Furniture and Fixtures Other Real Estate - - Total in cash -- sulting from kidney, liver and uric add troubles. All druggists, three sizes. Look for the nmo Cold Mdl on every and s - $090,038.28 acent no imitation bt LIABILITIES CapitalStock paid .-- in, S 50,000.00 Specializing In Trial Practice 12.50 10.(17 ' one-ha- lf C one-ha- lf one-ha- lf . two-'day- R-- a. iu It A j"R, one-ha- lf one-ha- lf one-ha- lf one-ha- lf Washington, Dec. 3, The fourth installment of the 1919 income taxes 4.00 must be paid December 15 to avoid penalties, according to a warning 14.00 - $090,038 28 given out tonight by the internal reTotal - GOO venue bureau. The ten day grace 11.00 State of Kentucky period allowed in former years was Set. 14.00 Daily Courier-Journand The revoked by the last revenue act, and County of Breckinridge Breckenridge News; (P? A A payments must be in the offices of 8.00 We B. F. Beard and Geo. E. Bess. revenue collectors by midnight on the 11.00 Vice President and Cashier of the date stated or the tax is declared de15.00 above named Bank, do solemnly linquent, the statement said. Louisville The Times and 30.00 swear that the above statement is Breckenridge News; (!? AA true to the best of our knowledge 'It Must Have Been Dead at Least 6 11.25 and belief. 5.00 Months But Didn't Smell." B. F. Beard. Vice President 17.00 A Louisville Evening Post and The Geo. E. Bess, Cashier. "Saw a big rat in our cellar last 11.00 Breckenridge News; ( AA Subscribed and sworn to before me Fall," writes Mrs. Joanuy, "and 1G.25 this 30th day of November. 1920. bought a 35c cake of 15.00 Prominent Burley Growers of My Commission Expires Apr. 10. 1921 broke it up into, small pieces. Last Carrie L. Dowell, Notary Public week while moving we came across 15.00 Send Your Orders to Bluegrass Are Expecting Correct-Attethe dead rat. Must have been dead 14.00 Good Prices. A. M. Kincheloe six months, didn't smell. P 7.50 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS B.- F. Beard is wonderful " Three sizes 35c, 03c. 10.15 C. V. Robertson Lexington, Ky., Dec 1. Promi$1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad CLOVERPORT, KY, Directors. Payne & Co.. Cloverport, and B. F. 11.25 nent Fayette county tobacco growers do not believe there will be any at& Co.. Hardinsburg Beard 3.40 tempt on the part of the big manu JUDGE NEWMAN BADLY 198.11 facturers to obtain the 1920 crop "for SHOT UP WHILE HUNTING. 8.90 a song," as some of the growers have 15.00 seemed to fear, as evidence of a Judge J. W. Newman, of Hawcs-vidDaaLLaaLaai who was w.th r. party out hunt40.00 liglu crop throughout the burley belt Business is to Manufacture to come in to Lexington in ing en Thanksgiving day. was ac3 00 continue a"J ProPerly Fit iaWVfs.AV reports from all parts of the hurley cidentally shot when one of the hunt1G.00 distroct. ers took aim at a bird. Judge New4.00 J. Morgan Gentry, J. C. Stone, and man was in range and about llft 2.00 Dr. Samuel H. Halley, large growers yards from the man who shot. Twelve 5.00 of tobacco, and warehousemen as well or fourteen shots entered his body expressed the conviction that the and his clothing, but none proved 20.90 buyers would not care to kill deliber- serious injuries BrTefflffiiaffW and "The Best You Can Get Are 10 58 ately their future source of supply by The 0nly Safe Kind To Wear" PRIZE STEER SELLS FOR 7.90 unfairness toward the tobacco growers this year for a temporary advan$2,372; MAY MEAN LOW2.50 tage ER MEAT PRICES. 4.50 Half a dozen large growers inter- 4.9J- viewed expressed the opinion IhaHhe Chicago Dec.3 If the sale of 29.50 acerage next year would be considerBlack Ruler, grand champion steer of the International Livestock c'oji-tion- , 10.00 ably reduced in any event, each tensold at auction this in'rnm, ant planting what acreage he can care 4.30 for himself, without depending on may be taken as a criterion, lower 7.G3 expensive and not always dependable beef prices are in sight The champion 2.03 labor to look after the crop. was sold to WiNon it Co.. frir $l 70 a pound on the hoof. The official weicf t "1.80 OPEN WINTER PREDICTED was given as l,:ii!0 pound';, wbic'i . 20.88 BY VETERAN SLEIGH would make the price $.',372 Ti e pur4.05 MAKER OF WESTBORO. chase price is the lowest many 11.25 years for a grand champion Lat-yei- r Wcstboro. Dec. 1. John Denny, a the title bearer brought .?'0' u uoifi ' 43.00 13.00 veteran of the Civil War and one of the old sleigh makers of 40 years ago, 11.25when Westboro made nearly all the 4.95 sleighs used in this and New York aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaak 4.50 State, declared last evening that this Winter will be an open one. because, 17.7G in the old days, when there was no 30.90 sleighing ' 4.75 the sleigh around Thanksgiving and manufacturers were not on 3.40 their way to the large cities with a 2.95 string of sleighs by that date, it was always ail open Winter. 4.95 Mr. Denny said: "We worked hard 4.95 all Summer getting the sleighs ready, 2.23 and if they were not going over the 1.90 road by Thanksgiving our year's work o 03 was a failure and we were sure to be in for an open Winter." 9.03 02150 7.50 10.00 8 32 75.00 3.00 2.50 2.00 Surplus Fund Undivided Profits. less ex- expenscs and taxes paid Deposits subject to check - $253,801.05 Time Deposits 271,451.25 Certified checks 11.20 50,000.00 12,503,53 MURRAY HAYES LAWYER 1608-7-- 8 Inter-Southe- Bulldlnf LOUISVILLE More Than 20 Years Experience Cashier's checks outstanding Due Banks and 78.00 INCOME TAXPAYERS LOSE PERIOD OF GRACE; MUST PAY BY DEC. 525,431 50 3.013.19 55,000.00 15. Companies Bills Payable Trust CLUBBING RATES al BURLEY WILL NOT SELL "FOR SONG" RAT-SNA- P, st RAT-SNA- - -- e, aLaw5f?5 KSE mmwS& IlitvUli EYEGLASSES spectacles VII wmM H H H HPH 111 - Why man we made this cigarette for you! ' 11.00 Traverse City Mich , Dec. 3. Po 4.00 tato buyers here estimate that North- 7.88 5.00 2.25 MICHIGAN "SPUDS" BEING HELD FOR $1 PER BU. If You Are Looking For Good Used Cars You Will Be Interested In These We Offer For Sale The Values Will Be Readily Appreciated If You Take Time To Investigate Them ern Michigan warehouses hold 1,000,-00- 0 bushels of potatoes for which the growers are demanding $1 per bushel. They are being offered 00 cents. Some buyers are predicting a recurrence next spring of the experience of 1914 when hundreds of thousands of bushels of potatoes were dumped. Complaint is heard against competition with Canadian growers, which they declare is unfair owing to the short haul across the border at Detroit and duty-fre- e privilege. The Philippines Legislature today adopted a bill appropriating $500,000 annually to spread propaganda in the United States in a campaign to obtain independence for the Philippines. The bill provides for the sending to the United States of independence missions. I iaaaaW LV .anBBBBBHnBBBBBBBaiVHflflnBBBBBBk BBBBBBBtaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB FILIPINOS IN PROPAGANDA Manila, P. Dec. 1. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBP bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbP" they were made to meet your taste! Unique flavor, fragrance and mellow-m- fit your CAMELS completelycigarette you'll agree HERCULES 5 PASSENGER Touring 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER CHEVROLET 5 PASSENGER ALLEN 5 PASSENGER FORD 5 PASSENGER DODGE ONE FORD TRUCK 1 FORDSON TRACTOR, with plows and disc ONE DELKER BUGGY, brandy new, less than cost. CASINGS, $15.00 AND UP INNER TUBES, $2.00 AND UP 1916 1918 1919 1918 1918 1919 IF YOU WANT A IARGAIN bbbbbbbbNt ''4?aHBBBiBV ... K?cQck ij- TaK' 5rliKf due to Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos are a revelation! You will prefer the Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! With Camels you can go the limit ild-body I Southern Optical Co. Incorporated COME TO SEE IIS perfect. FrrrtNc SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES ArtWMal UMMV&UC, KY. 7- - Ft WTbWijABbbbbbbbbbbbP LEWISPORT MILL COMPANY t. nr yBjtow v fe'SgaKg'JjSl! mpplj cam.. . u MM .- -,. leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste; no unpleasant cigaretty odor! To get a line on why Camels win you so completely compare them ff with any cigarette in the world at any price. You'll fcrqualityXo coupons or premiums! purf-for-pupre-lOTil5SsS- riS without tiring your taste. They wA.ii mi mm. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wlnttoa-Sal- R C. A LPL, i't .1. PW"! f '.! PP M Jf ''HP"' rifct. H'jja their memberships. Two families included their dogs'ln rarvTwr" fW - "T J A HI -- i - i FOREIGN TOBBACO TRADE HOPLESS Kentucky Farmers Suffer, Due to Lack of U. S. Loans, Secretary of Bureau Says. domestic tobacco buyers, they declared. One of them said that he saw hope for the Kentucky tobacco growers in the proposed revival by the Government of the War Finance Corporation with a capitalization of $500,000,000. have a great deal to take care of also in the matter of lending money to HUG RED CROSS REPORTS FIRST To Lake Division Headquarters in Cleveland. Gains Over 600 Per Cent in Members. because American bankers haven't extended credit for the purchase of to bacco. Conduct Own Businesses. The Governments of Spain, iMly, France, Austria and Germany conduct large tobacco businesses of their own, he cxplaind. They have been accustomed to buying large quantities of Kentucky tobacco. Early this year these Governments were obliged to order their brokers in Kentucky not to buy tobacco because they couldn't borrow money over here. As a consequence the price of the tobaccos that the Europeans want dropped troin about no cents to as low as 10 cents a pound. "We are facing the same situation again this winter," Mr. Morgan de"Tobacco is the farmer's clared 'money crop' in Kentucky. Nearly all the tobacco grown in Western Kentucky hitherto has been bought up by the Europeans, as well as a large amount of the crop in the other parts of the State. Many Kentucky farmers will be ruined if the European buyers arc recalled again this year. Prefer Kentucky Grades.-"Al- so there is the danger that the Frenchmen, .Italians and Spaniards will get the habit of smoking the Macedonian and J a van tobaccos, though they prefer Kentucky. Then our farmers here will lose one of their most valuable crops. Their purchasing power will be bankrupt And if there is any one who does not understand the purchasing power of the farmer in Kentucky, he only needs to be shown that bank deposits in Louisville during State Fair week low-grade The bankers advise the farmers to place their high grade tobacco on the market first holding the low grades for later sale. If the market is Cleveland. Ohio, Dec 4. To The Kentucky farmers arc facing a Tin-- 1 Hooded they point out the farmers ancial crisis because the smokers of iI cannot expect a fair return ior ineir Breckcnridgc News. The Fourth Europe are getting into the habit ol . tobacco. Louricr-JournRoll Call of the American Red Cross filling their pipes and rolling their is being continued by a considerable cigarettes with tobacco grown in Report of the condition of The number of Lake Division chapters, Macedonia and on the Island of Java. although the official enrollment perFIRST STATE BANK The sweet aromas of tobacco grown iod ended Thanksgiving Day. in Kentucky are bcKinning to be miss While many chapters have already doing business in the town of Irving-toed where the devotees of the smoke County of Breckinridge, State of obtained their quotas, enrollment is god foregather on ttie boulevards ot Kentucky at the close of business on going on with the view of exceeding Paris. Spanish clous now must do their respective goals. of November 1020. without the consolation of pure Ken- 15th day The first return to Lake Division RESOURCES tucky burley, as their favorite toreaRoll Call headquarters in Cleveland dor imperils his life. Loans and Discounts - - $102,009.82 was made Nov. 20 by Breckinridge This is because the European gov- Overdrafts, secured and County Chapter at Hardinsburg, Ky. ernments arc unable to borrow money This chapter oftaincd 200 members, 2,953 22 unsecured - - - - -for the purchase of tobacco in this Stocks, Bonds and other as against 28 last year, or a gain of country, according to Geoffrey MorSecurities - - - - -- 00,800.00 more than GOO per cent. gan secretary of the Kentucky Farm Due from Banks - - -15,304.88 The memberships were sent in by Federation. America, Mr. Cash on hand - - - Bureau 3,255.87 Henry D. Moorman, member of Lake Morgan said last night is teaching Banking House, Furniture Division Roll Call Advisory Europe to moke inferior tobaccos, 2,751.00 and Fixtures - - - al n. -- Total $287,034.71 LIABILITIES Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject to check $123,470.01 Time Deposits 132,001.40 Bills Payable Capital Stockpaid in, in cash $ 15,000.00 10.000.00 550 01 One hundred per cent enrollment of officers and their families at Fort Thomas, Ky., is assured by the Roll Call director at that post. , their DOM and in addition-t- o as a nut substitute they are. rich oil Many new kafir corns and ahum, as well as zrasset. tmi , WORTH WHILE . for the scmiarid West as well at ACQUAINTANCES, nine lands of the South, some e lent new man roes, a number of "Do you notice the large number of rice, and d UNTTED plants, some d Ions of toil who are large number of grains and grai now riding in Pullman cars?" are amoncr the" specimens. The "I do," replied the traveling salesmy part I'm glad to Flowers, Vegetation and Fruits oartrhent has found that several ci51 man. "And tor which flmirinh in central Africa sec them." of Africa Will Be Raised For adapted to the southern parts ol til "Why so?" southwestern United States. TJi stor"I'm hearing some brand-neAn Experiment Over Here Amerlcan-Etrvntia- n cotton and Sue ies in the smoker." Birmingham Age Brass are anion tr the noteworthy Herald. Sixteen hundred lots of seed and acquisitions as a result of previous. COST OF WIVES INCREASED plants of African fruits, vegetables, expeditions. In Burma where the bridegroom grains, and flowers not common to must purchase his bride from his this country have been sent to the rnMtiATiMrj father-in-laIN WINTE1 usually on the install- - United States Department of Agriin cut plan a concerted protest lias culture for a test as to their adaptab been made by the young men of the ility to American soil as a result of When the orchards have been clear country against the high prices. Not a trip made by Dr. H. L. Shantz, as ed of apples there is time to only docs it take the young man years agricultural explorer. Dr. Shantz ac- tnrougn tne near-bwooas ana neges. to pay for his wife, but if he in the companied the Smithsonian-Africa- n and cut the wild cherry frees ami expedition, which made a tour of in- bushes which arc the bivouacs of the' meantime displeases his father-in-lathe later, may take back his terior Africa from Cape Town to tent caterpillars that raid the orchards daughter and sell her to some other Cario, penetrating the Orange Free in the soring, say specialists of the man. American missionaries in the t State, the Transvaal, the Congo, East United States Department of Agr(. country have been trying to secure Africa, the Sudan and Egypt, with culture It is a pood time to inspect. the abolition of the custom of paying side trips to other parts of the contithe trees for leers and to du' do'n tVSiA riftwl fnltltil (iHiria nt 1ik d inlA for wives, or at least to get the nent and adjacent islands lit vi unit tauuii ((uaiua ai iiii inuiti i Among the many new crops, one operation Trample the grass flat at charges reduced that is viewed with interest is a gourd the tree base to allow a close irtspe- - n The island of Java has an average 2 feet long which contains 2 gallons tionfor sawdust from the boers opof 97 storms a year the world's re- of succulent seed about the size of an erations and then adjus't the wire or cord. Sumatra is a close second with almond. The meat of these seeds re- paper guard to be it place when snowjjj 8fi storms a year. sembles that of the butternut in taste comes. I CDlT iU 1 KM MRllAIl SEEDS AND PLANTS IN horny-hande- STATES dry-lan- w dertr y g3 s I i 255,478.10 0,000.00 $287,034.71 Total State of Kentucky Set. County of Breckinridge ' We. W. J. Piggott and J. C. Payne, President and Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. W. J. Piggott, President J. C. Payne, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me 24th day of November 1920. My Commission Expires Jan. 23, 1924 J. M. Herndon, Notary Public. PEANUT BUTTER AND TOMATO SOUP We Give and Redeem Surety Coupons Ambifrench Lingerie We Have the Exclusive Sale TDIS WONDERFULLY DAINTY underwear is revealed In French and Philippine designs on embroidery and filet lace at prices that are within the reach of every woman. Should the scallops fray from reasonable wear, or should the garments not give satisfaction, It may be returned and nnother garment will be given In Its place. The underwear is the last word In style, workmanship and quality, and knowing the exceptional satisfac tion it will give we urge every woman to make nn examination of It. Uach piece Is labeled. Merry, Happy Toyland As one little tot expressed It "It's almost as much fun to look at them as It is to get them, but not quite." But how they do enjoy themselves, these wise little shoppers who bring mamma and papa in to see what Old Santa has. Velocipedes and Tricycles No line offers like values for the same amount of money. They are built with bicycle heads, leather seats, $900.0(10.00') " The farmer of the State Mr Morgan said, arc appealing to Louisville bankers to make loans to the foreign tobacco buying governments They point. out that export trade shows that tuese government-- , are obaiuiug credit tor the purchase of other commodities. The bankers of the South SERIOUS recently have joined together to fin"I'm afraid I can't get my work out ance the purchase by European buy- today," said the conductor of the ers of low grade cotton, lie aid humorous column. Hankers here said lat night that "Are you ill?" asked the they coul .ee no wa for tin. Louis foreign ville binks to lend iuone "Yes: I don't know what ails me. governments on account of the de- - but I feel funny." Portland Evening moraltVe'd rate of exchange Thc Express. CLAIMS ALLOWED BY BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FISCAL COURT editor-in-chie- f. I Add the tomato juice, gradually to the peanut butter, and when smooth add the seasonings and water. Simmer for 10 minutes and serve with croutons Well seasoned soup stock may be substituted for the water; but if used the quantity of salt should he reduced water. A soup as nutritous as the ordinary puree of vegetables may be easily made as follows: 1 cup cups tomato juice, peanut butter, 1 teaspoon salt, cups boiling teaspoon paprika, 2 1- -2 1- -2 1- -4 1- -2 i ii Hflk I'll AY WrM GOWNS shoulder styles with a scalloped edge; neat embroidery designs, anil some with hemstitched trimmings; they may also be obr In tained the models; C1 price Built-u- p slip-ove- truss frames, reinforced rear axles and adjustable handle-bar- s $4.95 to $19.00 Reed Doll Buggies The hood and body are made of flat reed In a rich gray finish, rubber-tire- d OQ pltiC) f Continued From Page Eerctt Staples labor one day : 2.00 1G.00 Bill Turpin labor three days, team two days Puria Hawkins labor two and one-ha- lf days "W C Pate labor three days team three days. Bill Woods labor four days- Ben Woods labor three and one-ha- lf days- Lawrence (leavin labor five days Reavin team seven days Charlie Taul labor seven days Gabe lieavin labor four days- Ernest Rice labor two team three days. Coleman Holmes labor one day. Norviu Chancellor 1134 feet of lumber H. A. Walker labor two days seven hours. S. W Bcaiu labor three days. Mattiugly Bros & Bickett road tools K T Aldridgc labor three days six hours. Joe Morton team three days two hours V B. Camp team three days six hours Joe Morton labor nine hours team four days. J I) Mingus labor four and one-ha- lf M J. I. J D. Ashcraft tools and supplies K. Pate team and foreman ten 1 5.00 25.00 8.00 7.00 10.00 34.95 M and back ; price patterns ; and curried out In the French style of pink; price GOWNS Hemstitched all around, scalloped edges und openwork embroidery touches; ribbon trim mings. These are offered In lovely designs of all patterns. price SKIRTS Scalloped edges with heavy embroidery worked nil uround. The material Is double at front and back, stopping a little below Uie waist to avoid fulness; elastic waist bound at the hark with straight line & StQ. ipO.TrO to the front ; price GOWNS With scalloped edge ribbon trimming and effective embroidered work; the edges of the sleeves are scalloped wheels and gear and frames black Steel In $7.69 qjQiQ psS0 Wagons, Wheelbarrows and Carts The bodies are made of heavy sheet steel with turned edges. They are' brightly flulshed in baked red enamel 45c to $5.00 A Blackboards board; lithographed plate and genuine slate 65c Easel and wall to $6.89 $2.98 Scooter Cars substantial speedy machine that the boys like; strong steel frames and 10 or rubber-tirewheels d 12-In- $4.35 Trains gine days 45.00 35.00 17.50 10.00 19.00 2.00 45 30 0 07 0.00 3.40 8.10 10.00 18.00 2.02 29.00 17.00 3.00 2.00 30.00 10.00 Embroidered designs, of openwork with scalloped edges and SKIRTS double hemstitching 0 Inches apart ; trimmed i&O all around. A feature Is the side opening; price . shoulder models with scalloped edges CORSET COVERS Built-uaround the nrmhole und top nnd enhanced with bene' ered designs nt the front g ACk p ,- QO ...pO70 around Tracks Cast Iron enand one passenger car, eight pieces of curved track, forming a circle of 82 indies On $2.00 jP JL H7 P JL tlO .CORSET COVERS Built-u- p shoulder models with scaliv.,.. cover buttons; also scalloping at armholes aud top. These are shown In a number of artistic designs of embroidery with openwork of lace In a variety of 3J 1 Q42 price specially attractive offering In an embroidery pattern having scalloped edge and trimmed front and back with hemstitching below the design ; J5 1 f "7 special HA Built-uTEDDIES shoulder models, scalloped at top and bottom, open eyelet embroidery' with additional hemstitched t tt Itnming ; price P JL TEDDIES With strap over the shoulders, daintily trimmed with embroidery, scalloped edges, hemstitching and open 02O work nf lace; trimmed back and front; price In built-uTEDDIES shoulder style, with neat, open embroidery work In front and hack; made with ribbon drawn through scaHoped edge at top and bottom ; tfSO prior; TEDDIES With elaborate design of lace and embroidery; trimmed all around. The pattern In lace Is the newest shown. Built-u- p shoulder stylo ; price TEDDIES With open work filet lace edges and scalloped bottom; embroidery and laco patterns; trimmed back and front; also hemTEDDIES A p p Drums High shape with metal lithographed in colors shell, with pictures of various branches of our military service army, navy and air 45c to $3.50 Laundry Sets Consisting of metal wash tub, wash board, clothes dryer, clothes wringer, clothes Chairs and Rockers For small children; well made and attractively finished; white, red nnd golden oak 75c to $5.25 Children's Desks Roll tops; natural wood finish $4.25 to $1040 Toys Auto fire engines, Friction auto ladder trucks, tractors and armored automobiles $1.00 to $3.75 Footballs Regulation size; heavy pebble grain.leather and artificial v leather $2.39 'to $5.00 basket, clothes line and plnB $1.69 to $3.00 Q Automobiles Graceful bodies, beautifully finished, long wheel bases and Mingus labor eight and days Clarence Tiudle labor one and days Mart Allen labor one day Bud Isoni team sit 'l.iys W L Kecnau Wid Furrow labor one day Walter Brickey labor fie days team one day. Felix Bcavin team three days. Marion Wcathcrholt supplies to foreman. Rich Oate labor five hours Noel Whcatley team two and days- Alfred Wells labor two days- fWash Uobbins team two labor two days. Tom Bashain team anil labor Walter Ncwby labor two days I'urva Hawkins team ami Inlmr, Geo Taul labor two days Gen Taul team three days J P Thoinpin lntnlniMarion Bernard team one 'lay J. It Mattiugly b!acksmithiug T. J. Hook garage bill to January 1 Marion Wcathcrholt work and supplies. E. F. Carter team two days- Asher Newby team two days labor one day Asher Newby team two days labor one day- days- Walter Newby 'labor one and Wash Robbing team one day labor three days-J, Hook garage and gag V B one-ha- lf Qft 70 one-ha- lf I 4Q Jpfci.tO $9.89 to $19.50 Skudder Cars A strong, speedy machine with a steel frame; 10 rubber-tirewheels and 12-In- low seats make them work rakish underslung effect; easy to Tinker Toys The Wonder Builder, Tinker Blox, Tilly Tinker. Flying Tinker, Tinker Dux, Jumping Tinker, Follow-M- e Tinker, Tinker Pins 65o to $1.50 China Tea Sets Decorated in natural colors, border and spray decorations 59o to $6.50 0 Mechanical and Friction Toys Auto Fire Engines, Auto Hook and Ladder, Aerial Ladder. Mechanical Tractors, Armed Automobiles, u, .J n d eta right-of-wa- y, $8.25 to $9.75 $1.00 to g $3.75 2.00 15.00 15,00 15.G0 143 12.50 4.00 15 00 5.00 4.50 14.05 4.00 15 00 24.00 5.00 (tf Ofi 70 mo tQ .JpO.tO stSO Machine Guns Operate with, a crank; shoot a wooden plug and reproduce the sound of a real machine gun ; absolutely harm$5.00 Coaster Wagons kind, with brakes Horses The ball-bearin- easy-runnin- and less Air Rifles 600-sh- one-ha- lf stitched; price rlbbon-trluimc- d designs; BACON'S SECOND FLOOR. QQ P3270 shot; single shot or repeaters" Firing the ordinary ,1,000 B-- B nnd $2.50 to'$4.95 tered seat; leather trimmings; hair mane and tail $9.00 to $26.50 $11.00 to $13.W Swinging and Galloping nunics, iujijt uuiuiiweu, UUppieCii gray finish; fine saddle, uphols- BACON'S BASEMENT. - F-U-R- -S The Most Highly Prized of All Feminine Wearing Apparel pur-clia&- cd Q 547 37 40 10.00 12.00 3.40 '12.25 2.82 e -- Wo waited I Wo were in no hurry to stock up with furs at the recent high prices. We waited, and Juat the other day we our stock of beautiful new furs at prices that mean a saving of 85 to 60 per cent to the Christmas shopper at Bacon's. 12'.00 one-ha- lf T. BUY IT AT BACON'S! Market at Fourth Street, k "V. Total disbursements-Balanc- on hand- - $4,375.54 2.08 LouitTilk, Ky. .4l.t 4 ... (Continued next week) .' 4