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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 60c for Three Months 2, 1921 8 VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, PARTY AT HARNED GIVEN FOR IOWA VISITOR. IlariiL'd, Feb J!8. (Special) Mr. audi Mrs. Frank Dowcll gave a pound, party, Feb Jfl, in honor of Mr Dowcll's brother, Rufus Dowcll, of 1 lamed, and his friend, Hobcrt Mc-- '' Coy, of Iowa. Those present were: Misses Hcsie and Ollic Blake, Ara and Aria Woods, Lila and Mildred Pages No. 36 BRIEF LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST GRAND JURY'S RE- - 5 LAWYERS TO BE IN NEW CABINET BIG FUN AT THE GOLDEN RULE STORE. FARM LOAN ACT VALID, DECLARES ft One of the most exciting features of the sale at the Golden Rule Store was the Box Social, Saturday, so great 619 Pleasure Cars in County Made at February Term of Harding's Selection Includes was the demand for the surprise boxes Breckinridge Circuit Last Year Dect. Nicholas Hughes, Daiigherty, Hays, that another social was i.ullcd off at ." p in. Mr. London was greatly surCensus-Oth- er Court. Items Talicr, Ruth Sarcttc, Lucy Taber, Congress Has Authority to Derby and Fall. Takes prised for the first time since his Ella Hayncs, Hannah Sallic, and in Clovcrport. Banks; Tribunal DiTo The Judge 'Of The Breckinridge Breckinridge county had Oil) licens Margaret Tate and Alma Tintlc. Mrs. The Harding Cabinet list as it apOne of the most amusing features cd nlcasurc cars and 51 trucks accord Hob Blake, Master Lin Lampton, Circuit Court: vides, Six to Two. pears to be decided on now contains of the social wrc the different artiWe would respectfully report that five lawyers, ing to the 1020 automobile census in Herbert M. Blanford, Morris Hayncs, the New York cles found in the boxes. The boxes states Koy snyder, mirington, we have completed our work, returnHomer Kentucky. Charlie Tabor, Jack and George Sut- - ing the Indictments herewith handed Herald. They arc Charles E. Hugh- that the young ladies should have got- FARMERS TO GET FUNDS Detcctive Nicholas of the L. H. & ton, Edgar Morton, Will and Amiel you. We have examined the jail and es, Harry M. Daugherty, Will II. ten were drawn by the young men. St. L. R. R., who was on an East Tate, Alta and Alca Woods. Alic county property and find same in good Hays, Edwin Dcnby and Albert B. Manv of whom nut on the article; Washington. Feb. 28. The Federal they had drawn and promenaded up bound train on Tuesday, Feb. 22, Fuitt.Hobert McCoy, Rufus Dowcll. condition. ' Farm Loan act was held constitutionThe Commissioner of Agriculture Fall. The average ago of the mem Main St. taking a Grover Taber and Guy Haynes. Mr. wallkcd through the train Nothing more amusing than these al today by the Supreme Court. This census of the passengers who could and Mrs. Allic Tate and children; Mr. has earnestly appealed to our local bers would be 54.4 years. is the act under which land Charles E. Hughes, of New York, socials the Golden Rule has ever been established to extend loans banks were recall to mind the year of George and Mrs. Leme McCoy and children; officers to enforce the Dog Law, even to farmers. Washincrton's birth. He found 4 per Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Tate and two! Erecting the County Attorney to is who heads the list as Secretary of had in Clovcrport. The sale will conMillions of among all the 08 pasengers who little sons: Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Tate sue warrants against all offenders. The State, served two terms as Governor tinue all through the weck( there vill ers have been dollarsin loans to farmsons held up pending a deprobably be more box socials. and children; Mr. and Mrs. Albert local dog and sheep conditions re- of New could tell him the date. York; for six years an Asceived the serious attention of the Mr. London wishes to thank Mir cision of the court in this case, which Dowcll and daughter, .Lucy. The wa9 brought by Charles W. Smith, a Mrs. Frank C. Ferry, of this city, table was spread with white linen and Grand Jury about a year ago. Not- sociate Justice of the Supreme Court young people for their generous hos- stockholder in the Kansas City Title who was vaccinated two weeks ago, all kinds of nice eatables. After supper withstanding the law had then been of the United States; the Republican pitality and hope to come back at & Trust Company, who sought an ingot her arm infected and was threat- the guests were entertained with play- repeatedly advertised in all the county nominee for President in 1910; 38 some future date to conduct another junction to restrain that institution sale for the Golden Rule Store. papers, at great expense, the Jury reened with blood poisoning. She is ing games. from investing its funds in bonds iscommended that the law be again ad- years old. convalescing. sued by the Farm Loan Banks. W. Mellon, Secretary of warnings of its Andrew vertised and that the The act was attacked on the ground enforcement be again given. the Treasury, a Pennsylvania banker; Miss Evelyn Hicks, milliner, leaves that Congress was without constituThe last Grand Jury had the matter associated with the late Henry C. this week for Louisville, where she tional authority to establish Farm up and passed the same to us for ac Frick in the development of coal, coke will spend several days purchasing Loan Banks and to exempt their banks tion and to give still further time and and iron enterprises; director and ofher spring stock of millinery, and will from taxation. Justice Day, who rendwarning. the last ficer of several large banks in Pittsbe ready for the Easter trade the ered the opinion for the court said the burg and nearby cities; founder of the 800 Licensed in 1921 week following. power of Congress to establish banks town of Donora, Pa., present site of To Address Milton H. Smith, Louisville, Licenses were paid on about twenty-tMethodists In had in a broad sense been upheld by Boy Scouts weekly meeting great steel mills; 09 years old. The ,thc Supreme Court in the days of hundred dogs the first year Harri-ma- n Educational Campaign was held at the home of Rev. J. R. Numbered With Late John W. Weeks, of Massachusetts, Chief Juticcs Marshall. 1919. There was money then to pay Randolph, Friday evening, Feb. 25th. and Hill as Great Railall sheep claims. In 1921, there were the Secretary of War, formerly was a The court in sustaining Federal March 6. There were two contests held at the only sixteen hundred listed and but member of the United States Senate; court decrees dismissing injunction in Country. road Builders meeting one for the best three puzzles proceedings brought by Mr. Smith, eight hundred of these arc licensed. graduate of the United States Naval Plans have been completed for the also held that Congress had the auyears has that could not be, worked by any Next year, unless something is done, Academy; for twenty-fou- r The death of Milton H. Smith, there will be no licenses and no sheep been a member of the banking firm educational campaign throughout the thority to exempt the bonds of the scouts present. The contest was won by Albert Cockerill." Prize given by president of the Louisville & Nash- funds. The situation that now con- of Hornblower & Weeks, of Boston; Southern Methodist churches to 'raise bank from taxation. John Cordrey, Senior Patrol Leader ville railroad, at his home in Louis- fronts us and those in authority, is candidate for President at the Repub- $33,000,000 to be used for educational The court divided C to 2. Justices of troop one and M. D. Seaton, Patrol ville, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'- that the sheep of men who have obey- lican Convention of 1910; GO years old. purposes. Holmes and McReynolds dissenting. On March 0, a mass meeting of Leader of the Beaver Patrol of troop clock removes from the country the ed the law and licensed their dogs arc Daugherty's Career. Brandis took no part in coninspiration will be held in Louisville Justice one. The second prize was for the last of the three greatest railroad being killed, usually by dogs of men sidering the case. Justices Htolmes Harry M. Daugherty, of Ohio, Bishop Collins Denny, of Richmond, and McReynolds held that the 'most words the boys could get out magnates. The other two Jjeing the who have ignored the law and repeat- ney-General; lawyer, with offices of one large word, the prize was given late James J. Hill and the late Harri-ma- ed warnings arc killed, their own- in Columbus; has been active in poli- Va., will address this meeting when "cause" should have been dismissed by Elmer Johnson to Albert Cockeril. ers get nothing because insufficient tics in his State and at one time was the financial directors and ecretaries of by the court as being solely within Mr. Smith was 84 years old. His funds have been paid in. There were eleven present. is a member of the Ohio Legislature; the Louisville Conference, also the pre- the scope of Missouri courts. will be death was due to senility. 'His remains manifestly wrong to collect It In anticipation of the decision of from convention manager for President- siding elders who will present along with others participate in were laid to rest in Cave Hill ceme- one man and permit his neigh- elect Harding BIG HARDWARE and has been accepted the campaign. Similar meetings will the court in this case, the House on IMPLEMENT .SALE. tery, the afternoon following his de- bors to escape. Do'gs seem to be Saturday postponed until tomorrow a. as his personal representative both mise, done at the expressed wish of sheep decreasing, and it before and since election; age 01; be held on the same date among all vote on a section of the Sundry Civil the other conferences of Southern Bill authorizing the Treasury to purMr. Jake Wilson, manager of The the deceased who "wanted it over is a matter of enforcing this law as to oldest of the ten men. Methodism. Fordsville Planning Mill Company, with" speedily. The funeral was mark- all, or destroying its usefulness to any. chase $200,000,000 worth of farm loan Postmaster-GenWill H. Hays, of Indiana, There were forty presiding was enroute to Louisville, Monday. ed for its simplicity. There were no One man wanted this jury to 'investi- eral, attracted attention as a and ministers of the Louisville elders bonds. The Supreme Court'sgodecision Conahead Mr. Wilson as you will see from his flowers and no stopping of trains over gate and indict somebody because political manager to extent ference who attended the meeting at will permit the banks to the page advertisement in this issue of the great road of which he was chief there is no money to pay for sheep that in 1918 he was such an made chairman the Louisville Methodist Temple last with the sale of their bonds on leadThe Breckenridge News is worth being the unusual custom when an killed in this county by dogs It is of the Republican National Commitmarket and some congressional Wednesday called by T. A. Lumen, ers do not regard it is necessary to reading and studying, if you want bar- executive dies. demanded by those who do pay license Mr. Smith began his career with the on 'dogs and who favor this law that tee; 41 years old and "a lawyer, with financial director of the Louisville make the proposed approgains in " household goods, farming a home and offices in Sullivan, Ind. district. implements and hardware. Mr. Wil- L. & N. in 18C0 starting as local agent it be enforced. Some have openly and priation. Edwin Dcnby, of Michigan, SecreWith the Rev. Dr. Lconidas Robinson carries the goods and his prices in Louisville. He was elected presi- continously defied the law. So you tary of the Navy, veteran of two wars, son, secretary, Mr. speak for themselves. It is very sel- dent of the road in td8 and "continued see our position. having served in the European con- will educational seven districts Lumen visit the in the dom that you get to buy hardware, as chief until his death, alternating as flict as a sergeant in lhe United States State as follows: Owcnsboro, March Not Enough Blanks. fartn implements, tractorj, buggies president and vice president during Wc arc indicting many of those who M brines first military experience was 31; Henderson. April 1; Louisville, and wagons at reduced prices, but those years. He was famed for genius gained in the volunteer-force- s during April 4; Elizabethtown, April 3; this sale will convince you that the as a raillroad builldcr, and under his own and keep dogs without a license the n war; went to April 0; Bowling Green, prices are right and the goods arc management he made the L. & N. one There were not sufficient blank indict- China when only 15 years old and, nearly all staples. Mr. Wilson wants of the greatest railroads of the South. ments to finish the lists, so we direct assisted by his father, the then United April "; and Columbia, April 12 to clean house, take his losses, forget The L. H. & St. L. R. R. is a subsid- that information issue against these, States Minister at Pekin, obtained a Struck By a Street Car at Her and also, those who own and keep unthem and get good ready for spring iary of the L. & N. BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY post Mr. Smith is survived by his widow licensed and uuassesscd dogs, and that Upon in the Chinese customs service. business. Home in Fort Worth, Texas. BOY CELEBRATES WEDreturn to the United States he information be used in case of any a daughter and two sons. was admitted to the bar; has been a DING ANNIVERSARY. Relatives in Breckinridge. errors in these returned, that the enVISITORS. FROM IOWA. for three terms ENTERTAINED TO DINNER forcement of the law may hereafter member of Congress chairman of the be uniform and that all be treated a- - and has served as Mr. Ernest E. Rhodes, of Chicaco. Mrs. Sallic Collie, wife of Rev. D. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Crenshaw had for 111., formerly of McDaniels, BreckinL. Collie, former pastor of Settle Mr. and Mrs Allien r)nun11 enter- - 'ike, when only sixteen hundred dogs Naval Affairs Committee age SI. their guests last Friday and Saturday in ridge county, last Sunday with Mrs. Memorial Senator Fall's Interests. church Methodist their nieces and nephews, Messrs. tained to dinner the following guests ia,re assessed this year, it is evident Albert B. Fall, of New Mexico, Rhodes and their thirteen year old Ouensboro. who resides in Ft Worth, Jimmie and Willie Mackcn and Misses on February 27,: Mr. and Mrs. Allie Jat e assessors have not made a full Elnora and Minnie Macken, of Clar- Tate arid two children, Franklin and st..The man who has neither assess-Reb- Secretary of the Interior Has been son, Laverine celebrated their fifteen- Texas, died from injuries received a United States Senator since 1912; a th wedding anniversary at their when a street car in Ft. Worth struck Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. John ?d no,r licensed his dog, but who ion, Iowa. This is their first visit in Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dowell. .'"ts for sheepi killed i b t dogs just the lawyer but chief interest is in mines, Chicago home on Elberhart Ave., with (her on Saturday afternoon, Feb 19. five years. The boys and their father t r. " ' ii Following the accident, Mrs. Collie hold lucrative positions at the B. B and children, Howard, Mildred and'samc snouiu oc looKeu alter; tne as lumber lands and railroads; held im- a five o'clock dinner to the following sessors should be required to revise portant offices in New Mexico and guests: Mr. and Mrs. George Collins was taken to a hospital and it was Dorothy. R. R. shops in Clarion, Iowa. and complete their reports, and dogs served as Associate Justice of Ter- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rhodes and infant found she was sintering Irom internal with out owners should be disposed ritorial Supreme Court; 39 years old. son, Raymond, Misses Zims, Chris- injuries. An operation was necessary. of, as the law required, at once; and years of Mrs Collie was sixty-tw- o Henry C. Wallace of Iowa, Secre- tine and Frances Rhodes and Mr. everybody should work together to tary of Agriculture; editor and nub- - Harry Schaettgen. age. She was a sister of Mr. Lilly The guests were entertained beauti- Scott. Mrs. Tula Mcador. and J. L. create a sufficient sheep fund, to rid lisher; practical farmer and breeder the county of worthless dogs, and to of live stock; professor of dairying fully with piano, victrola and guitar Norris. of Big Spring, and Mrs. Melget all possible benefit of this law. Eskridge, of Ouensboro. who 189J-- 5 at Iowa btate College; editor of music. Mr. Rhodos is the eldest son ville Fine and Costs $10. various farm papers; developed Wal- of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. L. Rhodes now survive with her husband and the King The punishment for the violation of lace's Farmer; active in" organizations living at Addison. He left this county following children: Mrs. B. L. Louis this law is a fine of $100, or less, and for the promotion of agriculture; age several years ago, holding a steady and Mrs. Louis Root, wife of St. L. position with the Kimble Piano' Co., Root, conductor on the L. H. & also, imprisonment, if the court so 54 years. Herbert C. Hoover, of California, also purchased a nice home and likes R. R., both of Louisville; Mrs Fuller adjudges. It is our purpose to start the Nail. Elizabethtown; Mrs. Ed Haight, enforcement of this law, but to work Secretary of Commerce; engineer; en- the windy city. El Paso, Texas; Mrs. Geo. Garrison, as little hardship as possible. We call- gaged in important mining activities Aberdeen, Tcxas;and Miss Catherine DOUBLE WEDDING. ed in all the officials concerned, and, in many sections of the world and Collie, of Ft. Worth, Texas; two sons. by agreement, it was so arranged that conducted cxtesive explorations in Double weddings are becoming Morris W. Collie, Pecos. Texas and a fine and all costs will only amount China; Commissioner for Relief in to $10.00. Summons will be issued in- Belgium in early part of war; United quite fashionable from Breckinridge O. P. Collie, Ft. Worth, Texas. Settle Rev. Collie was pastor of stead of warrants; and, when sum- States Food Administrator after parti- county, Ky. Mr. William M. Hay ward, moned, if the defendant fails to appear cipation by the United States; age 40 "steersman" in many such matrimon- Memorial church in 1887. ial ventures, himself became infected judgement by default will be entered, years. James J. Davis, of Pennsylvania, with the marrying "germ" and last WASHINGTON BIRTHthus saving the parties the trouble and DAY PARTY. Newspapers every day record additionexpense of appearing in court. The Secretary of Labor; began life at Thursday he came to Cannelton leadfine and cost can be mailed to the tinplate worker and still holds card in ing his own bride, Miss Ruth Dowell, al victims of the bandits who are tourBig Spring, Ky., Feb. 28. Mrs. Trustee of Jury Fund, P. M. Basham, Steel Workers' Union; head of the to the altar, Rev. Kanzler performing Hardinsburg, thus ending the matter. Loyah Order of Moose; entered poli- the ceremony for him and for another Ja.mes Watkins Moorman entertained ing the agricultural districts and robIn acting on so many cases, we will tics in Indiana, but lately has made couple at the same time. The other Friday afternoon with a beautiful make some errors, but such is not our his home in Pittsburg, where he is couple in the double wedding were Washington birthday party, Friday bing farm homes. , Mr. Ed. Reczor and Miss Eoma Hat- afternoon at her home in Big Spring. purpose. Wherefore, we ask to be dis- engaged in business; age 45 years. The old colonial home was decoratfield, both of Webster, Ky. Cannelcharged that this report be entered of ed appropriately in the Stars and record, and that a certified copy there- SPECIAL SERVICE AT CLOVER-POR- ton Enquirer. It is a dangerous practice for a farmer Stripes. The hostess had arranged a of be published in each county paper METHODIST CHURCH very interesting contest which was enat the expense of the sheep fund. ENTERTAINED FOR keep money secreted anywhere about to by all. A delicious two course P. R. Payne, Foreman. MISS TEMPLE. joyed The service at the Clovcrport Methluncheon was served carrying out the the farm because these desperadoes find odist church Sunday night will be of color scheme in the decorations. NOTICE TO PARENTS interest to those who attend church Miss Judith Watlincton entertained Mrs: Moorman was a gracious hosit even if they have to torture their vie- regularly and to those who do not at- on Saturday evening at the home of tess and was issisted by Mrs. C. B. tims-intdo so, occassionally. telling where it is. tend or uer parents, jur. anu Mrs. IN. ft. The monthly meeting of the Witt and Misses Leah Meador and The subject: "Why People Do Not for her visitors, Miss Ruth Myrtle Moorman, who were dressed Association will be held in the school building, next Frjday Attend Church." The nastor will ask Temple and sister, Miss Bess as Martha Washington. Those present The euests eninved inttsir were: Mesdames Mollie Moorman, J. afternoon at 4:00 o'clock. Come out! ten busines men or men of the town' in this Keep your money deposited to give him reasons why people do and playing of games during the even H. and bring your friends. Meador, John Rotelessberger, not attend church, and he will alsoi ing, tier guest .included: Misses Ruth Irene Allen, W. T Griffith, Jonas bank and pay your bills by check. strong appreciate any suggestions from any' Temple and Bess Watlington, of C. B. Witt, George Prather, Guy reader ot i. He ureckenndge News aicpnensport, ina Ulasscock Mary Springate, Lelitia Carter, Tom Dur-biThis is a safe and sensible method. The public is invited to be present. Cart and Judith Watlington. Messrs. "OLD MAIDS' Frank Helf, and JL. Morris. Deposit your money NOW. You may Moorman Ditto, Earl Glasscock and Misses Leah Meador, Lula Dunn and John Watlington. PROGRAM ANNOUNCEMENT Myrtle Moorman. be the next victim. CONVENTION" PORT ON DOG LAW, SUPREME COURT ish rr-riv- al I LASTOFTHREER.R. BISHOP DENNY MAGNETS DEAD IN LOUISVILLE hree Attor- n. MRS. S. COLLIE DIES Hop-kinsvill- e, Spanish-America- FROM INJURIES a col-Drai- n. ! V I . , I BURGLARS ROB FARM HOMES T . o Parent-T- Wat-lingto- n, eacher Wat-lineto- n. All-goo- d, n, Bank of Hardinsburg &" Hardinsburo, Ky. Trust To Be Presented, in CloVerport Monday Evening, March 7 ' Co. By the women of Hawesvillc at. the Young Men's Club Room in the "ELITE." MM Lwal laptict WWWWWn W. M. U. wv IN Btft At the monthly meeting of the Assoiation to be held in the school building next Friday afternoon at 4:00 o'cuock, a short program noon at 4:00 o'clock, a short program Minutes and Roll Call, each member answering with a current event. Piano Solo, Marian Behen. Talks and Suggestions Business Every parent is cordially invited to attend. Parent-T- CALLED TO REST Lost Run, Ky., Mar. 1. (Special)- Roy H. Wilson, infant babe of Mr. and Mrs. Heza Wilson passed, away Feb. 21. It was hard to give him up but the Lord's will be done. He leaves a' father and mother, one sister, Catherine, and one brother, Robert Owen, to weep over him, but our loss is Heaven i gain. Grandmother. CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our sincere thanks to our friends for their many messages of sympathy and kindness shown us during the illness and death of our beloved wife, daughter and Mr. Harrison Thurman. Mr. Henry Morton Mr. Charlie Morton Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Mortoa eacher srs-te- r. A1 TWO ton. last week on D. U, TUB BftKCXEMRIDGE NBWl. CLOVtft0T v. KIHTttr.KT MARCH t, 1M1 In the County HARDINSBURG Miss Pauline Cnmptoii, Louisville, is visitiuir Jicr aunt. Mrs. I. H. Rich ardson, and Mr. Richardson James Withers, Kirk, was here Sat- urday. Mrs. James Reynolds. Lewisport, is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Geo. Jolly. l M Heard has returned from Louisville, where he 'spent several clu VS Jesse Moorman, of Glen Dean, was guest of his daughter, the week-cuMrs. A. T. Heard, and Mr. Heard. t, Miss Rcssie Hcndrick, of Clover-porwas the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs Ticc Hcndrick the d week-en- d. Thomas Hland, of McQuady, was here Friday on business. Mrs.'W. N Warren and children, arc visiting Mr. Warden's mother. Mrs. Waricn, at Mt. Vernon. Ill Atty. D. C. Walls has returned from Louisville. Mrs. E. L. Robertson, of Glen Dean ment. guest of Mr and k was the Mrs. l M Heard. Joseph Tcaff has returned from a GARFIELD visit with bis aunt, Mrs. Thomas C. S. Board was in Louisville and Rhodes, and Mr. Rhodes, of Lcitch-ficl- Pcwce Vallev. last week. Nat Wmtworth was in iiardiusimrg Miss Ada Mattingly is visiting rcla-- , Monday. AI nrilicrs Will P.ln nf rinwenil tivcs m Henderson Wm. Hobcn. of Glen Dean visited ' was ncrc ast weck cnroutc to Custer his father. 1. T. Hobcn. Friday to attend the funeral of his mother, Miss Exic Lewis, of Louisville, who Mrs. Jossic Pile. Louisville Conservais attending the Miss Hannah J. Laslic returned tory of Music, is visiting her jjarents, home from Louisville, last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moorman and Judge J. R. Layman has returned to L. D. Gregory, were in Hardinsburg, his home in Elizabethtown. Monday. Judge A. R. Kinchcloe, Atty. W. S. Lawrence Wrcnn. of Louisville, is Ball. Shertll I. U. Carman and ueo visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Smith. E. Bess, cashier of Bank of Hardins E. Mac Davis, traveling salesman burg & Trust Co., have returned from ...as" ilere Monday a several days stay in Frankfort. Airs Owen Laslic, of Louisville, Mrs. John Avitt, Lodihurg has re- r anU Mrs Sam as tIle ucst 0f ' turned home. Laslic, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs J. C. Lewis attended Mrs. Mary Whitworth, who died the funeral of Mrs. Lewis' brother-in-laSaturday night was buried in the GarMr. Win. Foushee. of Ekron, field cemetery Sunday afternoon. She S unday. is survived by one son, Bevil WhitG. A. Wright, of McQuady, spent worth. Saturday here. Mrs. H. A.. Smith and Mrs. H. H. Miss Isabelle Gardner left Saturday Henninger were in Hardinsburg, Frifor Louisville, to visit Miss Maude day. Smith. Miss Emma Bruner, who is attendMiss Ruth Temple and Miss Bess ing B. C. H S. spent the week-en- d Watlingtou, of Stcphcnsport, were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joel the guests of Miss Watlington's par- Bruner, of Custer. ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Watlingtou, Tom Hall left Wednesday morning have returned. the week-en- d for Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. B J. Rhodes left MonMrs. Jim Waggoner was in Hardday for Lcitchfield insburg. Saturday. Rev J F. Norman visited Rev R. Leonard Trent, of Vine Grove, was Maloncy. of Owensboi'o, the the guest of his aunt. Mrs. H. H. Springate, and Mr. Springate, last P. mid-weed. professional trip.' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest "Greer, of Dat-RcLoyd filled his regular tletown, spent several days last week appointment at the Baptist church with Mr. ami Mrs. Jim Heron and her Sunday tatner, w. v. nargcr, ana lamny. Peyton Hrashcar, of Shiloh called Miss Anna Lucy Hawcs is recovering from having her tonsils removed. on his cousin, L. S Hrashcar, Friday Mr. Kcsslcr Kirtley, of Elizabeth-tow- evening. The chickenpox is still prcvaling in spent Wednesday night with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kirt-Je- y. the community. H. L. Uruncr spent the week-en- d Mrs. Manuel Hrooks is some better with friends and relatives here. Mr and Mrs. H. R. Noble spent at this writing. Mr. George Piggott spent the week- several days last week with their sou, end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Noble, and ,Mrs. Noble, of Louisville. W. J. Piggott. Wc are glad to report Mrs. S. J Mr. and Mrs. JcssAfalin arc spending several weeks with relatives here. Hrashcar on the road to recovery. C E. Dodson is in Tell City, I ml., Big New York Grocery Firm this week visiting his sister, Mrs. How Frank Winter, and Mr. Winter. Keeps Down Rats. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. E. Stiff, a Vroomc & Co.. Butter St Cheese daughter on Feb. 10, Mary Estclla. PolHorn to Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Merchants. New York City, says: "We in our cellar all the lock at the home of her parents, Mr. keep RAT-SNA- P time. It keens down rats Wc buy it ami Mrs. C. W. Philpott. a daughter, by the gross, would not be without it." Feb. 8, Edna May Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Hasham arc because rats Farmers use RAT-SNA- P receiving congratulations on the arpass up all food for RAT-SNAsou at their parents home, Three sizes. :i."c. fi.'ic. $1.2."i. Sold and rival of aMrs. Budy Kclm. near Lodi-burguaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co , Mr. and H. F. Heard & Cloverport. Ky., and Ky. AdvertiseHardinsburg, Co., n, g. I BUFFALO llrs. O. II Walker and two child- ren. Rnv H. and Keith Walker, who have been visitini? Mrs. Walker's sis-- 1 tcr. Mrs. Turner Wilson, of Harncd, ami nrotner, n. ai. uouinon, ot aiook, for two weeks, have returned to their home in Lawrcnccville, III. Mrs. Frank Nix, who has been very ill, is reported better. . Mr. Henry Davis, of Irvington, was Hardinsburg, Monday and visited his sister, Mrs. R. M. Wilson. Before returning home, Mr. Davis also visit- cd his brother. John W. Davis and his father-in-laJames Carman, near Locust Hill. Mrs. R. M. Wilson was in Harncd last week to see her Frank Comptbn, who was ill. The farmers around here are very busy burning plant beds. Mr. Fred Nix was in Gcrmantown, Sunday eve the guest of his brothers,! Lewis T. and Jesse Nix. Mr. Frank Davis has a young lamb three horns. in son-in-la- I MYSTIC Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Basham and Miss Kathcrinc Brumficld, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C Cook were Sunday been visiting his parents, Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam McAfee. Mrs. D. D. Allen returned home Sun- - Hewitt Payne and Mrs, Will Jolly spent Wednesday in Stcphcnsport. Mr. and Mrs. W. H Hcauchamp and day. baby, Josephine, were guests of Mr. Several ladies of this neighborhood A M. Ganaway and family attend- cd church at Garfield. Sunday and have been to Mrs. Waggoner's renin- and Mrs. J. D. Stiff, Sunday. Mrs. Charlie Bowman, of Lewisport were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. ant store and think she has real gains. last week with Mr. and Mrs, J. Tucker, Dick Allen and family have gone to Miss Mattic Cundiff, of Lod!burg, T. Skillman. Miss Zclma Avitt spent Thursday spent the week-enwith Rev. and Mrs.; Rock Haven, for a visit among tivcs. and Friday with her cousin, Kellogg Smith. Miss Margaret Payne and sister, off Mike Hasham, of near Tucker's Miss Gertyc Landcastcr, of Lodihurg. Miss Edith Brown spent Sunday Irvington, spent Sunday with Mr. and school is visiting his brother, N. T. ' Hasham. Mrs. Milt Davis. with Miss Mary Jo Burton. Mr, and .Mrs. Ransom Dowcll and H. E. Canary and M. F. Stiff were in Mr. and Mrs. Zcno Miller arc Saturday on business little daughter, Ediht, of Sample, were pected home soon to be with their ' truest of his narents 'Mr. and Mrs. mntlirr. fr. W. T.. Nnelinm Mrs. I. D. Folk' of Owcnshoro. spent last week with her aunt, Mrs. Albert Dowcll. Mrs Thurinan Tate and two sons, S. W. Davis. Mrs. Sim Brown was in Louisville, Ralph and R. M., arc visiting relatives GLEN DEAN Mr. and Mrs. E L. Robertson, Mr. last week. at Sample, this week. Miss Hester Cook spent Tuesday and Mrs. J, R. Wilson spent the first days of this week in Louisville, buynight with her grandparents, Mr. and SAMPL-ing stock for their store. Mrs. George Cook N. S. Buckler spent last week-en- d Harvey Cook, of Hawesville, spent The health is very good in this at liis sister's, Mrs. Sol Allen, near last week with his uncle, Mr. C. Cook. 'neighborhood. Misses Ruby and Cecil Lee Gcdling r ami Mrs. Henrv Yates were Jans 01 Kougu. spent Saturday night and Sunday with visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. jolly last Mrs. J. B. Hoskins spent last weekend in Fordsvillc. Biiss f.cuiia iwm. t Sunday. Miss Mildred Moorman has returnSunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence) rcv, . W. Huntsman filled his rcg Air. ami Airs. j. i. aKtiiman spent i iar ano ntment at Sanrolc. ' last Sun ed from her visit to Mrs. Woodsidc, Payne (nee Frances Moorman), in Columbus day. W. H. Bcauchamp was in Stephens- Our school closed Saturday and the Ohio. Mrs. E. L. Robertson visited Mrs. port. Saturday on business. trarher. Miss Lena Pacelcv returned Miss Mary Jo Burton spent last hrr hmm at Y.inkictown. Monday. Percy Heard at Hardinsburg, last wcck wiui ncr snser. Airs, l.. ko- Mr. ynu Haycratt and Miss Kuth week. Dnwpll snrnrisrd their friends bv co- bcrts. James Dean was in Louisville, last Miss Dottic Gillan, of Louisville, ,,rr to Cmiiiclton and irettinir married week. spent the week-en- d with her father, ast Friday. Mrs. Kate Jones has left for a visit Air. uiuan. Mrs. J. II. Miller was in Stephens- - io niurray, uownng ureen and worse Mr. E. B. Stiff has returned home port. shopping last week. j Cave. Ky. Mrs. Sam Dix and son, of Steph-Mrafter a few days visit with his sister. jaj,e Gibson and his mother, Mrs. Walls, of Cauiicltou. Ind. here with Malissia Gibson spent Friday night ensport. spent the week-en- d Mrs. Dix's daughters, Mcsdames. Joe with Mr. and Mrs. Will Jolly. .uoorman.ana waiter L.. KODert- Miss Myrtle Bland is visiting her HARNED son. grandparents at Sample. Rev. Roe preached here last Sun- Jim Seatou, of Cloverport. was here' Miss Lena raciey and .Miss Kuuy Beauchamp were guests of Miss Mary day. on business. Friday. Mrs. James Harrison died in Illinois Several from here attended the Judith Miller .Saturday night and and was buried here recently. Funeral Loose Leaf Sale at Hardinsburg, Fri- - Sunday. Mrs. N. Brumficld and Mr. Estill preached by Rev. E. B. English. day. Geo. T. Robinson, teacher in MurMc Quiggins went to Madrid, Frank's family spent Sunday at J. H. ray, Ky.. was invited to Morganfield, Thursday to see Henry Cannon, who Miller's. Sunday is very ill. Miss Mary Logan Jolly, who is at- - to be judge of the Central Interschol-asti- c Association, Declamatory and Mrs. V. G. Goodman and son, Stoy, tending school at Harncd spent the of West View, were guest of relatives week-en- d at her home near Sample. Orational contest. He writes the conMr. Lee Pate, of Lewisport, was the test was a wonderful success. Mr. here Friday and Saturday. Robinson married Miss Eliza Stith, Mr. and Mrs. Byran Miller and guest of his sister, last'week. baby, Robert Board, of Hardinsburg. The stock holders of Sample and of Hardinsburg, and both were Breckinridge county teachers. spent several days of last week with Stcphcnsport telephone line are 'paring the line and will soon have it Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wcathcrford. Chas. Butler, Oscar O'Bannon and ready for service. LOCUST HILL Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Dowell are Robert Weatherford, were in Louis-- 1 Henry U. Davis, of Irvington, was ville, last week selling tobacco. visiting Mr. Dowcll's parents, near Continued On Page 7 Allen, of Louisville, who has Harned. this week. Boone bar-spe- nt d rela-uigbt I I " i. s. I I " I I rc-wi- th I X mid,-wee- k. IRVINGTON Miss Mary Henry has accepted a position in Louisville. Miss Jacie Alexander is at home this week on account of illness. Mrs. Addie Brown his returned home after a brief visit to her daugh-1- . i Mr. a j Mrs. John Butler and son, Marshall, of Gerinoutown, were here last week to sec her aunt, Mrs. Mary Nicholas, D H. Smith has returned from Louisville and Frankfort, where he went on business "a,i- - oiv.oustanu.ie was (iniv: i i ma tin unit iiuiui, muiu muu- i week. "!s? Dr- "Q M Mrs. Gilbert Lvon and b.ibv. Mar garet, were visiting her parents. Mr Corbiu, Ky Miss Sadie Vititoe. of Kings wood is and Mrs Tone Carman. Mies Thelma and Wilma Whit-- 1 visiting Mis-- , kuth and Carrie Carter worth, who arc atteniliiur H. C H. S Mr Robeit O'Brien and little son. of Louisville, have returned home visited their parents, Mr. and dMrs week-enafter .t visit with hi.s. parents. Mr. and Nathaniel Whitworth. the Mr Gabe O'Brien Miss C'or.i Guthrie, of Owenshnro. UNION STAR has returned from a visit with Dr and Ivan Jolly returned home Sunday Mrs. W B. Taj lor Miss huogene Williams, of Ekron. morning from Louisville, after spendis teaching in Miss Alexander's room ing a week there visiting friends Mrs. Cleveland Stewart and Miss this week. M Gilbert. D. D.. of St. Goldie Stewart called on Mr and Mrs. Rex II. Scott Cart, Sunday afternoon. Louis, filled the pulpit at the PresbyBorn to Mr and Mrs. J. M. Haynes j terian church, Sunday morning Dr John Kinchcloe was in Irving- - a fine boy, Feb. 2."i. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yates, of Big Spring, spent several days of last week with Mrs. Yates's sister. Mrs. A. N McCoy Joe B. Severs, is all smiles. He has just received news ot the lurtli ot a daughter, bom to his son, Mr and Mrs. Allen Severs, of Louisville. Feb. 2:. Willie Kroush spent Saturday night and Sunday at Wolf Creek. Hubert Bruner. of Louisville, spent several days of last week on his farm near town. Mrs. Hannah Bennett and daughter, Bettye. and Mae Chappell called on Mrs. Geo. Wagenest and Miss Ruth her parents in c .' Mrs. Tillman Hoard is gradually re covering from a serious illness Mr. Moorman Ditto visited his sis. ters last W L. Baker, of the Methodist church, is giving series of talks to the Irvington High School. Mr and Mrs. G T Marshall have returned from a visit to her sister in week-Rev- Miss liiuincs trip Catherine Herudon lu returned , '"sl'"rK-fro- William, visited Ekron. Saturday and , in Louisville ,crV r da' Matthews of Harncd, was last wcck on Professional V Mr. Modie Stinnett, of Illinois, ilir r'ltnn in iMCif his father. Mr. John Stinnett, died and was buried at the old family burying ground near Madam: ffi -- his home. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Adkisson and little daughter. Dorothy, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Byron McCoy. Sun- day ( prices are down to the bottom, right now Of course, if you don't need the goods until next July, You might do as well You might do a little better by waiting; we can't tell you that. But, if you K LUCKY ! Strike cigarette want to use the goods this spring, you'll buy most everything for less right now Wegeuast. Sunday afternoon. FRYMIRE W E. Shellman went to Louisville, Saturday night to see his wife who is in the St. Mary's and Elizabeth's hospital under treatment. Mrs. Shellman will undergo an operation Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Owen Noble spent from Wednesday until Sundav with his parents, Mr and Mrs. B. R. Noble. Mr. Noble came down Saturday night and remained until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Sketo and baby, with Esther Lee, spent' the week-enher narents. Mr. and Mrs. .Gcorce Sketo, of Lodihurg. d than it will cost you any time before the First of July. Buy it this month NOW and SAVE MONEY. i M 9fl Its toasted J r "r fklS JfHMnej. !laufrZf I S Sn S. W. ANDERSON Incorporated ' COMPANY I Df ., 0WENSB0R0 KENTUCKY EIECTRIC HOOVER YOU HOUSE KEEPERS Have Your RUGS and CARPETS Cleaned by an ELECTRIC CLEANER at low COST. Rugs and Carpets cleaned 15c fo $1.00 JOHN CORDREY LOOK GIEANED HOOVER "WHERE COURTESY SREIGNS" E I Cloverport Ky. -rr- rnrrnrinn-rTrirn-rnnimiminmiiiiimiiimJ MARCH 9, 1M1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE THRKl 'k L' M B .flt. . l l HHIHHi fli H, St Hi i k MM a a We have Triumphed over Old Trading Traditions and Backed the Dogs of Adversity into the corner and are now offering our Enormous Stock of , KNOCKS BUT ONCE M At Less Than Factory Cost FURNITURE i HARDWARE, FURNITURE and FARM IMPLEMENTS $20 B B B Merchandise i i? $19.00 Value $28.00. Special Price $14.95 Oak Dresser Value $20.00. Special Price $22.45 Oak Dresser Value $29.85. Special Price $23.95 Oak Dresser Value $.'!(.10. Special Price $15.75 Chiffonier Value $23.20. Special Price Kitchen Cabinets Values $06.00. Special Price...$47.80 Kitchen Cabinets Values $58 to $70 at $41.50 to $60.50 $7.50 to'$15.00 Cupboards Values $10 to $20. for Oak-- Dressers To the first 25 ladies visiting our store on the opening day, Wednesday, March 2nd, we will present one beautiful vase or a glass water pitcher and to the lady buying the largest bill of merchandise during the entire period of our sale we will give a beautiful aluminum coffee percolator. Come each and get acquainted. FREE $20 SHELF HARDWARE Iron Kettles Porcelain lined 12 qt. Value $1.!5 for 89 Water Pail 10 qt. Special Sale Price 37? Axes Value $2.40. Special Sale Price $1.65 Porks t tined. Special Sale Price $1.18 Forks : tined. Special Sale Price 98 Files 8 inch. Special Sale Price 15 Curtain Poles Extension. Special Sale Price .....10 Dinner Plates China. Value $1.50 set Sale Price 98 Cups and Saucers Set of (5. Value $2.75 Price $1.48 Vegetable Dishes Special Sale Price 19 and 33 Drinking Glasses Set of 0. Special Sale Price 22 a B a I i a a B $11.75 Beds Value $10.00. Special Sale Pxice Davenette Oak frame. Value $45.00. Sale Price...$26.50 $6.95 Baby Cabs Reed. Value $10.00. Sale Price Dining Table Oak 0 ft. round Value $25.00 for $16.75 Oak Dining Chairs Set of (5. Special Sale Price $17.50 $5.25 Oak Rockers Special Sale Price Bed Springs Special Sale Price $4.95 to $6.50 $7.45 Mattresses All cotton. Special Sale Price $4.00 Mattresses Cotton top. Special Sale Price Rugs Size Jxl2. Sale Price......$9.95, $12.95 and $17.50 lot at prices ranging from 75 to $8.00 Small Rugs--Fin- e WE PAY RAILROAD FARE For a distance of 50 miles if your purchase amounts to $25.00 or more. FARM WAGONS AND MACHINERY 18 BOX STATIONERY 50 cent value; special sale price cents 1 Ton Truck "Dodge" (USED) CORN PLANTERS John Deere two row. Special Sale Price Brown Riding Cultivator Avery Riding Cultivator John Deere Mowing Machine Disc Harrows John Deere Manure Spreader John Deere Wheat Drill Fairbank Morse V2 H. P. Engine .'. Fairbank Morse 3 H. P. Engine John Deere 2 bottom tractor plows .'. John Deere 3 disc tractor plows Hagg Sulkey Plow. ;. , Hay Rake John Deere Corn Planter 1 row $79.95 $39.00 ......$39.00 Run less than 1,000 miles and in perfect condition. Value $1,100. Our price $698. OO Sale Price Owensboro. Heavy Special Owensboro Medium Special John Deere Light Special John Deere Medium Special John Deere Heavy Special Weber Medium Special Weber Light Special Buggies Steel Tire Special Buggies Rubber Tire Special Surrey Value $175.00 Special Open Top B uggy S pe c i a 1 $128.00 $123.00 $116.00 $123.00 $128.00 $123.00 $116.00 $87.00 $118.00 $142.50 $75. 95 a a a a a I $78.00 $50.00 $162.50 $99.50 $60.00 ... HEATING STOVES and RANGES MAJESTIC STEEL RANGES $13(5.00. a a a a a Value Value Value Value MAJESTIC STEEL RANGES $12r.00. Sale Price $86.00 $167.45 $176.25 $69.90 $35.75 $22.50 MOORE'S STEEL RANGES $JUO.00. $00.00. Sale Price MOORE'S STEEL RANGES Sale Price $97.85 $86.25 $87.60 $58.75 MOORE'S Sale Price! Price HEATER e COLE'S HOT BL AST-SalSPECIAL OAK Sale Price 1 $38.85 $22,00 $10.50 $5.75 MOGUL HEATERS Sale Price .'. NOTICE An 8 piece set of stove furniture worth $9.00 will be given FREE with the first Two Majestic Ranges Sold & TRACTORS The world famed WATERLOO BOY. You know what it is. Look at the price. Value $1,500. Special This is $100 under the present wholesale market price Water Pressure Plant For Country Homes. Will raise water 80 feet. Our Price $155.00 Lack of space prevents us from mentioning more than half of our wonderful bargains. See large poster for more complete list, or what is better COME LALLEY ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANTS The very best Lighting system made. Has only 3 moveable parts to wearjor cause friction. Stops when the battery is charged and rings a bell automatically when battery is run down. The regular price of these plants including labor for installing is $660.00. Our snecial Drice at this sale is tt a a a a a i $1192.00 JQQC JJtFtJ Sale Opens Wednesday, March 2 Closes Saturday, March 19 FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY v .PAGE POUR THE BRECKENRIDGE NRWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY MARCH t, 1M1 The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher FARM AND STOCK KNOXVILLE FIRM S. Twenty-Fou- r Mar. 3, 1897 BIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1876 45th YEAR OF SUCCESS England shipped last Jas. day the largest shippment of cattle and hogs ever shipped from Tohins- 1921 port, Ind., ana Uovcrport, on steamer Nashville, 237 head hogs, io head Satur- cattle, GIVEN CONTRACT unio itiver itoaa xnrougn Breckinridge. Tears Ago ing strongly solicited to make the race for Magistrate. (o) Cale Hawkins contemplates plantof Eugene ing 25 acres in tobacco this season. of,or. waning and training Kingsbury, son Costcllo Dros. and Mays, of Knox-vill- Kingsbury, while playing with some (o) XXXX Hardinsburg S. A. Pate and R. N. Teun., were awarded the contract school boys, fell and broke his leg. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Ed Luster, workman at the shops for grading and draining of fourteen Miller left Sunday for Washington, When you have finished reading- your copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS hand it to fell a few days ago, in Austin A. Parks, of Clifton Mills, breed- D. C, to attend McKinlcy's inaugur's t friend who is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. miles of the Ohio River Route er of fine hogs and poultry was in the ation. grocery store and broke his left through Breckinridge county, Thurs- city last week. arm. (o) day, when the contracts were let at -(o)- -Jack MARCH 2, 1921 WEDNESDAY,...., . XXXX Lee Meyer purchased one of th Matttngly has purchased the finest saddle horses in the county last Judge Henry DeHaven Moorman is Frankfort. Their bid was $77,000. The feeding a fine bunch of S' "hern contract calls for the 14 miles of road Benedict Bcavin property. week. LAW MUST PREVAIL (o) cattle on his farm near Hardinsburg., from the Meade county line to the -(c)- -Four coporate limits of Hardinsburg. Mary Raitt has been compell Mrs. We call 'attention to the renort of the Grand Jury which is published in Thcv look healthy and nrosDcrous like new members were taken into The Hancack Construction Com ed to move her household goods on the Baptist church and baptized Sunof and this .,issue. Itf presents the situation .clearly f..-- .. it was only a question lUii, they were getting good food and at- 1.1 .. .1 i pany got the contract for the stretch account of the high water surround- day eve. They were .t if xuusc nKnAJ . itmiuu. wneincr me law snouici or siiuuiu nui uc cuiuittu, 1M... uuuujcu - una, iMt!n Arthur Scott, Joe of the Ohio River Route through ing her home. XXXX dog law have had their day. They opposed the law in the beginning, have Ditto, Alley DcJarnette and Nola Hancock COUllty, a distance of 13 2 R. V. is apnnnrU Hensley. tried to repeal it, and having failed, the Commissioner of Agriculture e election came pealing for its enforcement. It is a question of which the "Dog Industry a sale of two hogsheads uf tobacco ,ni,es running between Daviess county -(- o)men off Saturday. The vote is as follows: or the Sheep Industry" is to survive; whether a well considered law shall in Louisville, one brought S'l'J sndi""c a"u newesvme. Irvington Miss Bettie McGhee is price for grading and draining, Henry Morton, 17; Dr. B. T. Rafferty, be, enforced or willfully violated. After repeated notices, the Grand Jury a hogshead of lugs brought $13, There were some seven or eight 5; Wm. H. Mullen, 1; J. H. Rowland, teaching in a private family at Long zzzz has treated this law as it docs all others and the result is eight hundred inRparrl Rrntliprs cnlrl rirntlv nvpp other bidders for the contracts 110, and Geo. Gctzcndanncr, 32. Thus Branch. dictments and direction to theprosccuting officers to proceed against all -(- o)- .Judge G. W. Newman, of Hawes-chas- c giving Rowland a maioritv of 47 over missed by the jury, which acted chiefly on the record evidence. Many have 100 hogsheads of their last years purMisses Julia and Maggie Greenof tobacco at satisfactory prices. ' ville, D. B. Phelps and Paul Lewis, of all. always paid and all must pay for the reasons indicated in the jury's report. wood entertained on the evening of (o- )As in all other cases, much will be said about this jury; criticism will They have on hand yet between 700 Cloverport, were present in Frank-an- d ort " Thursday when the contracts Rev. E. L. Warren, Louisville, re Feb. 24,, in honor of the marriage of 800 hogsheads. probably be directed at officials from the men who made the law down to were awarded. ceived into the fellowship of the Pres- .their nephew, Floyd Roberts to Miss zzzz the man who serves the summons, and this is unjust; the movement is not byterian church, Friday night the Nell Henry. There were several farmers at the! political, nor is it otherwise the result of anything except duty imposed by -(- o)law, and, when money is paid into the treasury to pay sheep claims, and county seat Monday paying their doe i MR. WTT.SON'S HEALTH. . following persons: Chas Haraman, -. . A pretty home wedding was that of Lena Hamman, Lodosca May, Owen the sheep industry becomes what it can be and should be in this specially license and an extra $9 tor "not paying May, Harry Hambleton and Jesse Miss Nell Henry and Mr. Floyd Rob- adapted' community, this step will be a credit to this county, as it is to on time. President Wilson has recently dis Morton erts at the home of the bride "Fair- zzzz many other progressive counties of the state now taking the same action. Read Jesse M. Howard, Jr.'s article played unmistakable evidence of re view on the afternoon of Feb 24. (o) in this issue on growing sunflowers , v,.v,nB strength and health, which has Ruben Miller, County Attorney, and Ceremony was performed by Rev. KEEPING SPRINGTIME ALL THROUGH LIFE. for ensilage. It is worth a trial. It ' 8,v? sincere and deep gratification Sheriff Silas Pate left Sunday for Father Carroll. Miss Maggie Carter n Izaak Walton, our and brother once said "If thou be works good in other sections, whyi t0 I,,s. fcIlow citizens. He has walked Washington, D. C, to attend the in- was maid of honor and Tom Lyddan, best man. a severe man, then I here disallow thee to be a competent not here Next week he will have ' unassisted from the White House to auguration of President McKinley. Attending the wedding from ut of judge," quotes John Wanamakcr. another splendid article on dairying! tI,e Cabinet room. He has attended the Close by a favorite sitting place up country where a clear crystal stream and the dairy cow. Jesse is tester for theatre thrice in as 'many weeks. Haswcll and Percy Beard town were": Mrs. D. Lambert, Owens-borripples at one's feet is a fine old tree that in some- fierce wind, years ago, the Marion county Cow Testing As Mrs. Dr. Smith, Mr. Kirby i nc menial resiliency wnicn ac- occupied parlor chairs on the "Texas" companies return of bodily vigor when it was little, must have been twisted out of shape and place by the sociation, balem, III. Chambers, Louisville; Miss Alice MatMonday. illness is reflected in a number of tingly, Cloverport; Miss Agnes Wor-Ianhurricane, and made to grow crooked all its life. (o) zzzz A Brandenburg-- ; Mrs. Dave Henry, man is still remembered for his inability to be other than Anthony L. Ballman, of this city Thomas and Mike Lyddan were in amusing and incisive remarks attrib sour, cross and all his life in looks, speech and manners. Louisville, Monday to buy two loads uted to the President. Nothing bet- and Miss Theresa Winfield, of Rome, Jr., of West Point, Mr. and Mrs. Wor-lan- d It was his father'r fault (so it was said) for not starting his boy to grow of feeding cattle. They found a very ter has come from him than his com- were married Feb. 24, at 9 o'clock in Carter, of Guston. sweet and straight. high pressure market and came home parison of a visitor whose , mental St. Martin's church at Rome. -(- o)The pity of it that a little lad or a young miss should be neglected by without buying at least for the pre equipment did not command his con(o- )Mattingly Albert Oram, of Tar fidence to "a bungalow, having absoparents or teachers and allowed to grow up to be like a snapping dog or a sent. Stephensport Born to the wife of Springs and Miss Mollie lutely no upper story." From this ill- R. W. Vaughan, a fine girl, Feb. 20, Cloverport, were married Johnson, of spiteful spitfire of a lacly. zzzz in Cannel-toMr. Ed Bowne qualified Monday as uminating characterization the cle- weighed 7 pounds. Aot if we know it can there be m any successful store growyl, sour, sharp- Wednesday. spoken clerks, growing crooked from want of of harshness is excluded by the -(- o)and hurting the administrator of the estate of Mr, ment -(- o)amusing exaggeration; it is without Bom to the wife of Samuel Rey uusiiitss inai mcy arc empioyea io represent. John C. Jarboe, deceased. Alf Hawkins moved into his Dron- cruelty, just as Mr. Wilson's descrip- nolds, Rome, Ind., Feb. 2G, a fine boy, The winter is past let us keep the Springtime all through our lives! zzzz Very few plant beds have been tion of his own intcllictuals as "a weight ten pounds and a Bryanitc erty on a sled, Monday. W burned in this county. Growers are ' single track mind" was without cruel you bet PAUL M. BASHAM Farmer's Notes Willis Lawson, of not very enthusiastic over the burning tv(o) Paul M. Basham now Circuit Clerk of Breckenridge county will probably It is reported that the President is Bewleyville Miss Mary Paul has Irvington made 500 brooms out of zzzz be, a candidate for the office of County Judge of Breckinridge county in the A Kansas City Store Co., had their' taking the livlicst interest in the gone to Falls of Rough to teach broom sage grown on half acre land, coming primary. Mr. Basham has served as Circuit Court Clerk for nearly President-elec- t -(- o)Harding to the school. in this county last week and '"B six years. His record in the affairs of this office have never been criticised. sold 40 steel ranges at from $129 to White House and is solicitous to Steve Kennedy, of Irvington, has (o) -- He has been faithful to his duties and has made a good and efficient clerk-HThey were being delivered at frnl n's Part " the transfer of Fletchcr Blanford has gone to Le- been married 37 years, raised a family has, also been campaign chairman for his party and did excellent work j ority from one administration of 6 children and hasn't averaged over to an- - banon, Ohio, to attend school. Monday. He was admitted to the bar in 1910. Before he entered politics, was a farm$5, a year on doctor bills all of that other in the most punctilious fashion. zzzz (o) er boy and the son of a farmer and learned the art of successful farming What the farmers want to do in Th's s encouraging, as it is another Glendeane Ja s. A. Moorman is be- - time. which gave him the key to successful politics, good hard work He is well this good year 1921, is to reduce their manifestation of his' energy, equipped for the office of County Judge and will make a good judge He cost of production and improve the When Mr. Wilson prefixes an ex- chance to show up strong in the final POLITICAL GOSSIP is a Republican born and reared in the faith and is a great worker for his quality oi ineir products, to his title he will settle down in the count. party when he is called in to action. shadow of Washington Monument to zzzz From an Unknown Correspondent Ed Shellman & Co., Union Star, live with his pen and the records of It is reported that Mr. Oscar GlassIn many counties in Kentucky, can- cock of the Madrid community have CO acres of corn ground broken- - '"s doings. It is an experiment in per is THREE OLD PROVERBS CATTLE BREEDING. didates for the various Legislative and strongly considering making manent residence no oiner rresiaeiu the race County Offices have been in the field for the Democratic has cared to make. It offers advantag TWINS AND TRIPLETS. Better To Forget The Proverb When A Texas Opinion Insists on the Imes to .Woodrow Wilson, the scholar for some time, but' it is only recenUy Sheriff. Mr. Glasscock nomination for is a farmer and Common Sense Contradicts It. portance of the Maternal Line. A Milwaukee fanner sa that nn and historian and the wish that he mav that names have been mentioned ror lives in the southern part of tfie account of the positions of the stars live long to enjoy them is universal the county offices in this county, wiht county. one or two exceptions. ''A rolling Mone gathers no moss.' Americans. N. Y. Herald, To The New York Herald: I con- - an unusual number of twins and Do you remember how often your gratulatc you upon your editorial arti- - lets will be born the next six years. Deputy Sheriff W. C. Pate, is an A WIFE DISCOURAGED. SPEAKER GETS NO RAISE. wise advisers have quoted it as an cie entitled bncourage the Pure Bred Will that stop anybody from getting announced candidate for Sheriff. It married? Ed Pointer, in Globe. unanswerable argument against anvl' it ':is will be remembered that Mr. Pate was Ater Reading a Recent It ought to encourage it. Portland my thought to discuss Novel She Washington, Feb. 21. The a candidate four years ago new move on your part? The state- -' your article further than to indorse it Press. Calls Her Life a Failure. Speaker of the House publican Nomination for for the Reand said office ment it true, but the application is fully. On the other hand, I want to are not to receive salary increases. HARD TO DEPICT utterly deceptive. Who wants moss, ca.H attention to the rest of the story, Senate amendments to the legisla- giving avvay to Air j. u i. carman, the i To i The New York Herald: We Patp nrnhnliK. nave ueen "T l tive annronriation Iiill'tn inrrpasp liiir nrescnt Sheriff. Mr j & summar-- i ""kJE?y-"v. niarneu ciguieen years and anyhow? Do you want to be a moss- - ' ,ze" The Director I want you to regis- - salaries from $12,000 to $15,000 have uill not have no opposition for the my wife has brought four splendid I recall ts The dictionary says a moss- - that Colonel Wood, the foremost ter the feelings of a poor girl who sud- - been stricken from the bill by the nomination. children into the "world, besides runk o- is "a person so sluggish in his tioneer of live stock some fifteen denly finds herself engaged to a mil- - conferees. ning a large household in It was sajd that Speaker Senator S. P. Parks is a candidate parable manner, which in an incom- a way of life or thought that he mav be years ago, never failed to comment Iionaire. Gillett opposed the increase because for itself is to the Senate and may tnan sized job. The Movie Actress What do von it nnnlie.l tn him .ilrm withnnf criviurr of registered u"T,?k",,g11 a. likened to a Mone or old tree covered nui nave uuuusuion. senator fanes' ci, : n( .. stuff: ,. . half the herd, but take me for, a cash register? i:: increases to other House member. with moss bven assuming "moss" the other half is is equal importance has, had quite a lot of Legislative ex- - extremely conscientious, of penence in the Halls of the Capitol., that a married woman's and believes to mean wealth, the proverb is mis- - This comes to us forcibly in range first dutv is He is a Republican. applied. The people who have taken breeding; and it should come forcibly ROCK ME TO SLEEP. at her home. During these years she root and refused to budge from one to the notice of every breeder in every has pulled me through a period of V. G. Gdodmau, of West View, is nervous depression, place or one way of life are not the line Backward, turn backward, O time in your flight, has being put forward by his friends for mother through a long carried her people who have, achieved the great-- i It is comparatively easy to go out Make me a child again just for tonight illness the Republican nomination for Jailer. nursed her daughter through and est success. The most successful men and buy a good bull, but a great herd Mother come back from the echoless shore, two Goodman is recognized as a worker severe illnesses are those of wide and varied interests, of breeding females can be had only Take me to your heart as of yore; is now successfuland his opponent may have some ly guiding her and Then there is that old story, about by accumulation. That is particularly Kiss from my forehead the furrows of care, through these difficult trouble. "sticking to your bush." It is not true true of the great nurseries which form Smooth the few silver threads out of my hair, days for young girls. that the boy who stuck to his bush the basis for American beef, and Over my slumbers your loving watch keep, She is interested in church work and, The friends of A. T. Beard present finds time after the berries were hard to find where a herd rarelv number less than Rock me to sleep Mother, rock me to sleep ' 100 head County Court Clerk are expecting him the needy. to make many garments for carried home the largest bucket full with the average perhaps She helps when she can in to ask for The boy who moved often enough to well beyond the flOO mark, Mr. Beard Red Cross work and for a long period Backward, flow backward, O tide of the years, (Pistol) is a wide awake young man assisted every week at a baby I am so weary of toil and of tears; be where the berries were thickest Just now or perhaps for the last welfare and has many friends in the county. station. She also collects each year had the best chance to come out - five years there has been really a Toil without recompense all in vain, He is always pleasant and accommod- from many people a sum sufficient markable increase in the production Take them and give me my childhood again I to ating. If Mr. Beard runs for the Re- send a cripple to the We are told, too, that "perseverance of beef stuff in New England and the I have grown weary of dust and decay seahore every publican nomination he won't have summer. She is the conquers all things." Don't beleive it. older States generally. We have ship- Weary of flinging my soul weath away; and any opposition in the primary, it is fuge of all her friends comfort times re1 rue. a certain amount ot persever- - peel foundation females to Maine, New Weary of sowing for others to reap, in their nf ' thought. ance is essential to a successful career. Hampshire. Conneticut. Massachu- Rock me to sleep, Mother, rock me to sleep trouble, keeps up with the times, is a o But the man who embarks upon a setts. New York, Georgia and Virginia good pal It is rumored that Homer Pile will come whatof mine and a good sport, new and untrk'd enterprise with the in fact, pretty Veil through the Atlan- Over my heart in the days that are flown, fnay. ask his Democratic friends to support No love like mother-lov- e unalterable determination to stick to tic coast States. The reports we get ever has shown. Last night after i;eading a book rehim in the Primary for the Demacrat-ti- c cently published No ojther worship abides and endures, the bitter end, is liable to find the end from the people taking them have nomination for County Court Clerk some discussion, and the subject of in his grave without having accom- - been that the results arc profitable, Faithful, unselfish and patient like yours. Mr. Pile has been a merchant in the ordinary life of which belittles the plished his purpose. We are. all liable their loss must have been ineventable! None like a mother can charm away pain, the Mook neighborhood for many years, she said: "My life.is a ordinary family, From the soul and the y to make mistakes in forecasting the, whereas if they had put in just a few brain. complete failure having sold out a few months ago. Slumber's soft clans O're my heavy lids creep, outcome of a new venture. When you old cows not having the beef instinct because I have done nothing worth Rock me to sleep, Mother, rock me to sleep have put forth .every effort. and, tried Watchftillness over the cows is while," I tell P. M. Basham, is regarded by his affairs of life her that the every day every turn possible and still the trend highly important. I do not mean in done friends as a sure winner for the Re- worth while, but she well make a life Come, let your brown hair just lighted with gold, is inexorably against you; when your registered cattle but in commercial can't see it. : ' publican nomination for Countv Turlcn path is blocked by V stone wall too 'cattle. First, a yearling heifer should Fall on your shoulders again as of old; Is there not a tendency nowadays to . In addition to having a good record sneer at the homely affairs of'"every high to. .climb atd too strong to butt ot be bred and drop her calf Fn the drop over my forehead tonight, as an omciai, ram is an energetic day home life to Shading my fain eyes away from the light; ..,,.. it down: it.isihetter to take some other nerloil. Scrnn.i it overemphasize the young man and has served as Cam- spectacular? For with its path than to butt your brains out fails to nourish her calves properly ' shadows once more, ' paign Chairman for the last four years t Happy will throng with no etTec.t, upon the wall. Many she should be cut out and sent to the' I wish somebody "would help me visions of yore: Loving y, softly, its bright billows sweep, and knows all the paths in politics as convince mv wife Jhnt a mau nas.uccii milieu jor llic UCCUUSC wuoics. II V Uiauer IlOW gOOd She IS lif n. being a member of the old school. Rock me to sleep, Mother, rock me to sleep! i lie was mo persevering io quit Willie "iwvmuaiiyi lived has not been .a complete failure I think innnfrvvniiM c,n,., .1.'--. there was enough of him left to achfor I can't . T. Gregory is being spoken of Mother, dear Mother, the years have- been long, ieve success' Fjscwljerc the cattle making up good dairy herds New York, February Jl. A. W. or County Court Clerk, on the Demo-- , Jsince I last listened to your lullaby song; When the did proycrb contradicts are the result of ''selection, not from M Mng then and unto mv snnl it ohoii .m cratic ticket; Mr. ,Gregory made the THE DICTIONARY common sense and universal experi- the standpoint, ofjindividulas but .from " as a candidate for either County Judge ' ''' Womanhood's years have been only a dream". ence,, forget Jhc proverb. Printers the standpoint of their value as butter IS A GREAT HELP; . ' Clasped to your heart in alnvina .md-,- ,.. race against Mr. A. T. Beard four fat makers. The breeder who overExchange, .. ,C ' years ago. With your light lashes just sweeping my face " looks the law of selection for the Some people are awfully ignorant Never hereafter to wake or to weep, special qualities he wants in his pro'' AN. ILLINOIS EDITOR'S about Marllow L. Robinson, according to told us commonplace things. A maa Rock jme to sleep, Mother, rock me to sleep! STEADY INCOME. duction is overlooking his best asset, the his close, friends is a certain .winner know what other day that he didn't " Frank S. Hastings, a dill pickle is. And we NCWS A child is born in the neighborhood Stamford, Texas. February 16. in me primary tor me KepuDlican PMItlo'by Miss BeWe'M. nomination for Circuit Court Clerk. "JL"1 ,nai wc u,n t either. Portthe editor gives the loud lunged land Press. Mr, Robinson js a bright young felyoungster and the happy parents a AND MOST OF THEM We don't either. Lowell Courier-Citizelow and ready to demonstrate that he sendoff and gets $0,00. It is christened ARE GENUINE ANTIQUES. A MOTHER AND HER SON. is real campaigner He comes from a iidi!LpicLk,eTwhy' a and the minister gets $3.00 and the diH PlcMe a country where Republicans are plenti pickle that has been editor gets $0.00. The editor blushes "The number of anecdotes connectgiven a characterl3?,,U k"0W lhaiy0ru..r s?uI ,s of mv sol such part, mi anu incnuiy to ins candidacy. and tells a dozen lies about the beau- ed with Lincoln grows greater every istic flavor by the use of the seed of you seem fibre 'and core of tiful and accomplished bride. The min year. Boston Globe. Peucedanum graveoleous. It's awfelly No other can pain me as you, Son, can my heart, Judge Newman. Republican r.inHiif. easy when you do: gets $10 and a piece of cake and .... : Like the furniture hmuoh ister know how. BiddleforS No other can please me, or praise me, like you. ' ate for the Legislature in the Breck- - Journal. the editor gets $0.00. In the course of the Mayflower! "As She Sees It" in the w?r,d W,U bc 1uick with its blame k District will not time she dies; the doctor gets from Lowell Courier-Citizehave opposition in either the August yur name. $15 to $100, the minister gets perhaps EARLY FISCAL REFORM. ' sayn so true; Jf,M r'ti,,ikeJSo?V primary or general election as the another $5.00, the undertaker! gets INSATIATE AUGUSTA Jttd district is sjrongly Republican. ,at?ely of Mother by you. Augusta has a new Symphony OrKtM?Ld your from $75 to $200, the editor prints an Jonah was thrown overboard. th5fl tas' lf task t shall b-e- me;obituary twq columns. Ipng and a card chestra, and may be as proud of it in We are getting rid of aa execs Toforcethis proud world to do Mr. C. C. Brock, of Harned, has ' ' of thanks .and gets $0.00. No wonder time of Portland isof her big onwn prophef tax.;" they explained. ', Be sure'it will say When its verdict you& decided so rumor has it to make M so many country editors get rich. Boston Globe. She reaped as she sowed; this ma waThep the race for County Tax Commis-sloeHave you paid your subscription. And then for an organ. Kennebec Alaska bought more thrift frraat So'. ' it! Mr. Brock is widely known aRd -C- ostributed to The Breckenridge Journal. Altamont Times. News by one of its readers. """ wy m has many friends and stands a fair the Uion. e, SUBSCRIPTION RATES XXXX Subicription price $8.00 yeir; $1.00 lor 6 months; 60e (or S months. Business Locals 10c The Star Theatre will have a good per line ad Oe (or rich additional insertion. Card of Thanks, over 0 lines, charged for at the rate of 10c per line, Obituaries charged for at the rate of Re per line, money in show Thursday night. Come out and advance. Examine the label on your paper. If is it not correct, please notify us. sec it. Bca-vin- fo G. G. Wine has organized a local New Bethel Jesse Miller, candidate branch of the Paternal Mystic Circle tor circuit Ucrk, was here last week. at In Cloverport Fordsvillc. -(o)-- Fonzo t- I I i- nf'l-TariiPfl- . (o)-Rcpu- blican i,w.ws post-offic- - father-fisherma- . o; - d, well-know- n M $ n, self-contr- ol x Vi m I i - coin-agen- ts ,f per-$13- 3. e i trip-.amo- I ,', vice-Preside- nt J l, . -- .!. h a auc-bac- 3 .... 1 4 1 r a- re-lic- ad I I world-wear- I two-year-o- ld sunny-edge- d the-swee- hr - W-- '- 4 'M . .Ha8" Tua" fr T'frl M1 n. :s3 n. rittVrincevcfrktn cnridge-iiancoc- t- - r. -- Ph X 1 ulARtTClMl tfflf THE BRECKENRIDOE NEWS, Sarah Fallon Intl., spent Saturday and Sunday with "KENTUCKY'S GIANT" Mr. Joe Fallon and daughter, Miss DIES IN KANSAS CITY. 7- CLOVERPORT, NOTE KENTUCKY you PAGE FIVE Smkettrtug Nrma MARCH 2, 19S1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Please notify the editor i I f. SfT iw aenre advertisements discontinued. Shelby villc, Ky., Feb. 24. Simeon Crenshaw, of Cook rcccjve, a ,cCgram from Kansas AMM'WWMVWWVMVWWMV Mr. and, Mrs. FOR SALE Eatcrtd ft the Pott Office it Cloverprt, Ky. near this city had for their gticUs last City) Ml)( iformmK ,jm fJf ,i,c ,t.al, natter. k iccond c'ais Sunday, Misses Jnnniic and Willie f)f t ,rotIer, Capt. Smith Cook, 07 years old. Mackcn, liarl Beavin. Misses hlnora years of agc amj a native of ,,is FOR SALK- Fresh Jersey Cow, B Cloverport, (iood butter cow. Joe Mailman, .Mackcn, Aubrey, COunty Minnie Ky. FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- - Mackcn, M tf Mabel and Trcsa IJeavin and Agnes MENTS. He was noted from the fact that IOll SALE Kmden 2." cents irocne eggs, Crenshaw. for a ntunber of seasons he traveled MEN'S SUITS each, goslings later at IK) cents each. Mrs. BOYS SUITS 60 Por Prrrinct ami City Office. ovcr ll'c nation with P. T. BarnumV Taylor Heard, Ifardinshurg, Ky. on .1i tf v.f'Trr:?.:.. i tor county umcet $35.00 Suits for ."lt,..L,V!V,g.,V; fj $27.50 $15.00 Stiits for lis. oo ....T f For State ind DIttrict Opuea $12.50 circus and Cole's circus as the "Ken- - FOR SALE Lot of reel top hay. Lot of good .10 "UU'U iu uuiiiidi auu u win wtn ya), ror tail, per line $32.50 Suits for lumber to sell or trade on C. A. Tinius' $25.00 $12.5()- Suits for .10 all those who have little ones look- - u,c,, For Canli, per line $10.00 tcet tali, perfectly farm near Webster. J. T. Sermon, Ouston, r For all Publication In the Intereit of i ' Ky., Route 1. $30.00 Suits for .$22.50 $10.00 Suits for 30 2t individual, or expreulon of Individ- "Jjtrr. mv fn !.:- - j:t.. for,"CtI $7.00 o.L,,.., HstinBlllllCll from .10 tui Ylewi, per lin-etllcr '"dividual of hugh stature, FOR SALK OR RF.NT Seven room house In llliin H. Brown, $25.00 Suits for $19.00 $2.50 Knee Pants ..$1.50 fllr:ncT .,,,, epee:nn nt ,HHo.n i,n Itardinshurg, Ky. Located near L. U. & St. L. depot good Foreign Advertising Representative was doorkeeper of the Kentucky cellent repair. ; For site lot home In exDRESS GINGHAM THEAMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION APRON GINGHAM write House of Representatives. During Mrs. Eliza Hoard, further information, 30 It Cloverport,' Ky. HICKMAN BANKS ENnearly all his stay in Kansas City he 40c and 50c value 25c 25c and 35c value 15c COURAGE BETTER POULTRY was a lieutenant of police in Kansas FOR SALE Reclraned sweet clover seed and FOR REPRESENTATIVE 30c and 35c value winter turf oats, samples, prices and In20c 20c and 25c value 12y2c' City. He leaves a widow, but no child- - formation free. Shelman & Co., Union Star, We are authorized to announce Judge G. Hickmaii, Ky., Feb. 24- .- Through ren. Out of a family of thirteen child- - Ky. 3Ti 4t W. Newman, of Hawetvllle, ai a Republican $3.00 and $3.50 Messalinc ' .$2.00 candidate for the Legislature to represent the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of ren, eight brothers and five sisters, Breckinridge and Hancock counties subject Hickman and the Farmers' Bank at but one sister, Mrs. Ella Hulctte, of FOR SALE Pair of good work horses. 7 $3.00 and $4.00 Crepe de chene... years okl, weigh 1200 pounds each, good 42.50 to the action of. Republican primary. Fulton, the. poultry raisers of this Louisville, and one brother, Simeon set of tug harness and wagon. Also buggy $3.00 and $3.50 Georgette $2.50 and harness,, and orae fine white seed oats, county will be given an unusual ap Cook, of Shclbyville, survive him. and yellow. Some The burial took place yesterday in 200 bushels corn, white call Owen Maysey, portunity to get a start in $2.50 and $3.00 Serge $2.00 .. farming tools. Write or poultry. I his requires no cash outlay Kansas City, Addison, Ky. 35 tf $3.00 Bungalow Aprons $2.00 to begin with. FOR SALE OR RENT One two stor'y Arrangcnicuts have been made to WAR DEPARTMENT TESTS $3.00 and $4.00 House Dresses $2.50 Sergeant Moorman Willis, of Ft. . 7 rooms centrally located In Good repair. Will sell at a bargain. NEW CENTRIFUGAL GUN. Leavenworth, Kansas, arrived Tues- obtain setting eggs in large quantities One lot of Children's Dresses ,. $1.50 and $2.00 Heard nrothcrs, Ilardinsburg, Ky. selected utility flocks 33 tf day night for .a visit to his parents, from 40c and 50c Iluck Towels of White Plymouth Rocks, the stand 25c Centrifugal force, the mighty Dower WHITE WYANDOTTE-Eg- gs Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Willis. for 'latching, ard variety tor tins county, i ncse that sometimes sends fragments of from high class white wyandottes, from the 25c and 30c Huck Towels ...15c best stock in the country, heavy layers and Mr. Everett Dowcll and Mr. W. C. eggs are distributed to anyone ,vno heavy flywheels crashing through show cannot 50c $1.00 and $1.15 Sheeting. Cashman, of Stephcnsport were pleas- agrees to return one good salable pul- - brick walls, is bound to become a excellent quality. stock, your egg be excelled for their Place orders ant callers at the Breckenridgc News let next fall or its value in cash to potent weapon of warfare if pcrsist- - $1.C0 per in eggs. Address Mrs. A. now T. Beard, Ilardinsburg, Ky. office Friday. It is always a great plea- the bank for each setting of csgs cnt inventors win their way. states an 33 tf sure to have our patrons call on us received. The object of the plan is to article with illustrations appearing in FOR SALE Ford Runabout ll20 model, Wish more of them would call. imp.ove the poultry of the county., the Popular Mechanics Magazine. The with starter. Fine condition. Will icll for oob was made by War Department has recently made This arrangement cash or trade. A. T. Beard, Iardinhurg, Ky. Mrs. Dcnnic Tollv. of Owensboro, County rami Agent O. L. Cunning- - tests of a new form of contrifueal 33 tf f ,.... ....Ml nltHt mm. T?"ltlLf jajj W1U Was lL. gUCSt Ul lltl Hum, ACe machine gun, invented by two New FOR SALE Old newspapers. 6c a bunch. Jfaync, and Mr. rayne, i nursaay. HARDING TO KISS SAME York men, the feature of which is an Ilreckenridfre News office, Cloverport, Ky. ODD ITEMS ingenious timing device. FROM EVERYWHERE.' BIBLE AS WASHINGTON. Sippel's extends KENTUCKY TO SHARE WHEN The Shoe Sale at Deed and Mortgages. The barrel. S in. long and with its FOR SALE Blank News, Cloverport, Ky. ROAD-WORThe Breckenridgc TRUCKS' GIVEN another ten days. Washington. Feb. 23. President-o- f muz.Ie I) in. from the center of re- ii oo Oysters grow on trees in the mouth iiii . . .. la n 4.aaM A n a , D. B. Phelps was in Frankfort, the Altamba River, Ga. Sour- - E'ect Harding plans on taking the 24.-- Thc WANTED Washington State o ; ;nc,oso-ahafti a tlisk. (MMAMAMMAAMArArAAAMMAMMAMAWVVWWMWWM orange trees grow right on the river ath of 1oftL1 March 4, to press his Thursday on business. Kentucky will be given a boost in road like casing. am j WAXTED-1- 00 head of shoats running from drooping branches are nPb iu tnc ml!lc tnat was used at tin building under an amendment to the Miss Bertie Cordrey will be hostess m to 100 pounds. Call or write Frank C.I banks and the inauguration of George Washing army appropriation bill which has BUTCHER'S BOY HAS PIGEON English. Cloverport or Skillman. Ky. 35 tf to the Wednesday Club this week, ton. .ui.?-- Ji. Ovstors been incorporated by the Senate Miliuoo In accord with Mr. Ilanhnir's wish POST SYSTEM FOR ORDERS. i, nA .wi lun :.i oM uc Mrs. Dora Armstrong, of Dayton, tary Committee. This amendment di nit nuuu aim ai t... iiuu .aii k :u MALE HELP WANTED Eiho" .Woods, superintendent of ed off like the fruit on the branches' Ohio, is in Tobinsport. visiting her rects inc secretary o vvar 10 turn the Capitol, arranged today with St A, . use 0f homing HELP WANTED Get brother, J. H. McKinney, and Mrs. over to he Department of Agriculture rco;ted from Englaml. Th MALE Is your job unsafe? Is it busy, keep above. John's Lodge, No. 1, F. and A. M. of busy. permanent? o McKinney. of the system is a butcher's You want a business. You can get An American physician who has New York City for the use of the into such a business selling more than 137 Bible. It will be brought to Washingwno employes his birds regularly Mrs. J. B. Baker has returned to her lA Watkins products direct to farmers if you collected a mass of statistics regardpassenger to be A&Z,a'carry orders trom outlying by a committee of Masons. to d;stncts own auto or team or can get one, if you ing serious accidents on railways, in ton home in Louisville, after being a guest among the States to aid in presumably where there are no teleThis Bible wis borrowed from St. Can give bond with personal sureties. We mines and factories, has put it on re- Dr. B. H. Parrish, and Mrs. of carrying out the road building back you with big selling helps; I- yraisl phones to his father's shop. The plan John's Lodge on the day Washingtfu in business; 20,000,000 users nf our pro- cord that the dangerous, period at the was inaugurated, after officials works excellently. in ducts. Write for information where ou can month is from the 20th to the 26ht. When the boy goes to collect orders get territory. J. R. Watkins Co., Dept 111, He declares that nearly half the bad charge of the ceremonies found that More big bargains at Sippel's. His 33 4t Winona, Minn. shoe sale will extend another ten FIRST CORN DAY IN ILLINOIS be takes six of his fastest birds in a accidents of the whole month occur there was no Bible in the Federal Building. The Bible is the personal TO AID EUROPE A SUCCESS. trap with him. After he has gone a WWWWWWVrtWWWA.V days from March 2nd to March 12th. those seven days property of the lodge and has been mile or two and collected a dozen ooo LOST . o Miss Susie Masterson, returned to Twentv-si- x hun- - .r.,,er? h.e "berates a pigeon wtth the Owing to the prolonged unemploy- carefully preserved. Chicaeo. Feb. LOST FEMALE FOX HOUND her home in Troy, Ind., last week dred bushels of21. corn, the gift of f"Ps '"V lc metal case at-- . "? " ment of many of its members, the after an extended visit to her sister, Woodford county farmers for the ta?hc to. the b,,r(l s Befo-five LOST Female fox hound with white an J Trinity M. E. church of Racine, Wis., KANSAS FARMERS ARE brown spots. Reward $10 00 cash. J. Fisher has Mrs. Austin Beavin, and Mr. Beavin. starving of Europe and Asia, were' m,iu.,tes. I,ave lapsed these orders created a loan fund to provide asIN WHEAT POOL. 3.i 3t Moorman, Glen Dean, Ky. tl,e sh.Psistance for parishioners in strained Mr. Chas. Skillman,, of Morganfield, loaded in cars at Eureka today on the.are '"tI,e various stages of his round circumstances, the money being loanHutchinson, Kan., Feb. 20. A gigFOUND visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. first of scores of "corn days" to be ,At. .'.,sua,,y. akes three, hors- the ed without interest. antic wheat, pool, the first of a series observed in Illinois, it was reported ot,,er Skillman, Sunday. 1),r.,h. Wlt' mo.re ori trs ar set in a farmers' war for "livinc" orices to the. Illinois Agricultural ' f Bunch of rce' and b' t,,e tnne the shoP is FOUXD key and night keys, including brass Rudolph Rossiter, an Oxford Uni- - was formed here today bv the Kansas latch key. David V. G. Babbage will write your deeds Association house a11 the orders received by 30 tf versity man, speaks six languages, but branch of the National Wheat Cloerport, Ky. fr.c?ch':d Corn shelling machines were set mortgages, contracts and other agreeP'gSon Post a London taxicab for a living. ' ers' association. ments, and guarantee the work to be in the main streets of the town and.t,,,1sUetro,t News- nave been dispatched, He does not think that his work is. The pool will dispose of 50,800,000 satisfactory. the cobs were sold to add to the relief ITEMS ODD fund FROM EVERYWHERE mean for his is the best guilt and1 bushels of 1921 crop in Kansas tinder FREIGHT RATES SOUTH Mrs. Shelbv Conrad will be bos a equipped public auto in the city. control. OF OHIO RIVER WILL NOT tess to the Ladies Reading Club' DOVER, N. H., CHAMPION EGG, o The executive committee today na- A new concrete girder bridge m BE GIVEN INCREASE. Thursday afternoon. nied A. Bailey, of Until Humbolt County, Calif, carrying a Chinese comparatively recent times the managingC. director of Kinsley. Kan., MEASURING 8f INCHES, IS were not allowed to wear the pool. The Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Nicholas and t LONGER THAN TEMPLETON'S Washington, Feb. 20 Proposed in- highway across the Salt River, is said diamonds. ' purpose the committee announced was j i. sijciii c umiay :.. untuiuuiu i.. in creases under the transportation . act to bold a record for length. Each span uaugiucr, to siaouize wneat price-,- . . r i ooo ' irtlS" scneuuics on gram, fresh measures 142 feet from centers of sup- MEETINGS HELD TO URGE Every member of the Wheat Grow Dover, N. H., Feb. 23.- Since that Mrs. Wm. Minnett, of Owensboro against 74 feet as the longest mcdl!'' pacing notisc products, lumb- - ports, ers association is bound ty the acis the guest of her parents. Mr and oullet in Temnleton. Mass. laid an ecc reinforBEEF CATTLE RAISING. tion to turn over weighing nearly a quarter of a Dound,er I1"", lK'tr5 e.um . between points previous span for a bridge of of his 1921 Mrs. Price Graham. r,ver mc,U(ll"S the ced concrete. ix) .' ,nc crop to the pool and measuring inches on its long. Mississippi ooo Lexington. Ky.. Feb. 24. Efforts of vallev. were susnended to on its shorter there has Miss Louise Weatherholt, Mrs. K. axis and G day by the State College of Oelze and Mrs. F. C. Ferry went been great cackling in the hen houses mission.the Interstate Commerce com- a No servant in Germany can obtain, specialists from promote beef situation without a "service book," Agriculture to cattle UfpES OPTIMISM '1fN BUSINESS to Louisville. Tuesday to attend a up here. ' Jectary ,ofc The present rates remain effective in which the holder's name, age, per - raising in the State are being pushed .."l!,i. Fc Today a White Leghorn pullet, be meeting of the ordf of Mystic White Alexander, speaking today until the commission gives further soual appearance, condition, former through meetings of farmers and Shrine. Miss Weatherholt necaine a longing to Mrs. John W. York, out- consideration to tne opening ot the winter auction the proposed increas- mistress and length of stay, wages breeders in various parts of the State, at the International did her Massachusetts rival by laying member of the order. at Fur Exchange, ooo an egg measuring H14 inches by C es which are authorized by the act to paid and reasons for leaving are duly it is announced here. E S. Good and asserted his belief that the base of Mrs. H. C. Pate is in Smiths Grove, inches and weighing four ounces. This be made at this time, if conditions entered. Each entry is vouched for by, Wayland Rhoades, of the college, will business depression bad been reached Ky., the guest of her daughter, Mrs. masterpiece has been sent to Mrs. C. warrant. uic ciuiJtuyci a aiguuiui t iiiu is aium)'- - v.uuuui.1 u stuuui ai uwcumjuiu, rcu He suggested optimism as a curative ruary 2(, ami on March 12, lJrof. for ed by the police. McCoy. G. R. McCoy, and Mr. A. Thompson of 3 ShepardSt., Dorchcommercial ills. ooo ooo Rhoades and M. O. Hughes will atNew Fishing Methods. Mrs. Burl Parson and daughter, ester, Mass. Ward, a farmer tend a meeting of breeders at RichWhile Joseph J. A Lauiunt man who Is chnwd with Mildred, of Ft. Wayne, Ind., arrived Georgetown, Del., was laid up having tnken a fish from u private flsh near a broken leg his small son fell mond. NEGRO POPULATION OF Tuesday for a visit wilb her parents. with NEW NEW YORK IS 153.088. pond declares the flsh were so tame from a haymow and broke his arm, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tucker. NUT AND CHEESE ROAST. that one of them was eating out of his and withit still in splits stepped off the The public is cordially invited to Washington, Feb. 25. The negro hand, and he simply closed his fingers porch and broke his leg. Meanwhile a cup grated cheese, cup chopped the bargain counter at Sippel's Shoe population of New York City at the on It and curried it it way. Our own little daughter fell off a wqgon and English walnuts. cup bread crumbs, Store. time of the 1920 census was 153,088, method bus alwnjs been to whistle to also suffered a broken leg. Mrs. Ward 2 tablespoon butter, juice half a lemon Joo an or 60.9 per cent Roy Berry, of Louisville, is the the increase of 01.S79,announced today. the creatures from across the fence, is busy attending all three. Boston alt and peppen Bureau Cook the onion in the butter and a guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. The Census population was 5,459,004, and walk uwuy. Innocent-like- , while Globe. white little water until it is tender Mix the they trot down the road after us. Berry, Sr. R. an increase of 789,842. or 10 9 oer cent. SUGAR ADVANCES 2 CENTS oher ingredients and moisten with Negros in Boston, Mass., numbered Detroit News. Mrs. T. S. Nicholas and daughter, TO LOUISVILLE CONSUMERS water, using the water in which the AT STEPHENSP0RT 10,362 an increase of 2,798 or 30.6 per Louise, spent Monday in Louisville. onion nas oeen cookcci. I'our into a cent. The whites totalled "30,480, an Saffron Once Royal Color. shallow baking dish and brown in I have for sale at my home Louisville, Ky., Feb. 20. The firm Mrs. John Gerber. of Cannelton, increase of 1,033, or 40.0 per cent. In Ireland saffron early became a ine oven. 1,000 yards of remanants of all The whites numbered 02,422, an in- royal eolor and, for u long period af- er tendency in the leading sugar mar kinds including the following: keting centers lias influenced a move Your Money Back If crease of 6.87C, or 12.4 per cent. p Doesaway to slightly higher prices in the whole ter such excluslveness was taken SILKS n't Come Up to These Claims. In Erin, the yellow saffron-dyeshirt sale and retail trade here, with prices For- HER ACCOMPLISHMENTS VELVETS remained a mark of social distinction generally from 1 to 2 cents a SILK POPLIN RAT-SNV is absolutely guaranIn the Hebrides. In art saffron was pound ovcr the range of two weeks Sewing Machines When mother was a debutante, GEORGETTE teed to kill rats and mice. Cremates much employed In medieval Illumi- ago. Lol she was thought to be them. Rodent killed with P An ultrapolished ornament nated manuscripts. In combination SERGES Supplies leave no smell. Rats pass up all food To smart society, MURDERED IN SOUTH. with tin foil as a substltnte for gold, COATING to get at Their first For she could play the parlor grand, and, of course, at all periods the colorVOILES comes News has reached friends in Tob- meal is their last. Embroider, sing and ride, OVER-LACing of many textiles was done with Needles and Oil through the languid waltz with little crocus stigmas. insport of the murder of Millard in cakes. No mixing. Cats or dogs And THREAD 6Y per spool Brown, who lived in the South. Brown won't touch it. Three sizes, 'Me, 05c. grace ' Inimitable glide. was the sou of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad LADIES' WALK OVER and For First Class Brown and lived in Tobinsport with Payne & Co.. Cloverport Ky., and B. ISSUES OWN LICENSE HOSE 2 pairs 19f his parents until their death. It is B. Beard & Co., Ilardinsburg, Ky. But daughter is a debbie now Watch Repairing LINEN HDKFS. 3 for 25f supposed he was murdered for his Advertisement. And her accomplishments Woman Dsputy County Cltrk 8wer money. Make all her mama ever knew Notions of all kinds. Quality Man Who Was o B Hor Husband. Look well like thirty cents, that suits the rich and prices s For she not only shimmies, votes The novel experience of Issuing her 15,000,000 FOR SEED. that please the poor. Those in hmilMk T. C. LEWS, Jeweler And golfs, but when she goes own marriage license was experienced search of a record breaking barBa4 Mud K To make a cigarette can blow WUtoUtUn 'by Miss' Victoria Founder, .(lej)uuy gain will find it to their interest HaNhwburf, Kintveky Washington, Feb. 21. A bill approt flock. At FrB The smoke rings through her nose. county clerk, of Bartlesvllle, Okla. to call and see my goods. priating $5,000,000 to buy seed grain r ombU yrioM. wIUj safe Minna Irving. rrtTml;KjBtMd m& ,1L The party of the second part waa for farmers in drought stricken areas efaftnw BiMtld to ur door. MRS. C. B. WAGGONER, Warren Mulligan, a newspaper report- of the West passed the Senate today tMtMtrir wnt an iMimL SUphnprt, Ky. without a record vote. It now goes to KY. HATCHERY, er. When the blank wax tilled Mlsa Sa&1&,3K?- Founder dlrectetd Mllllgan to raise the House. bis right hand and. swear to the truth of bis statements, lie obeyed. WEDNESDAY, -- rhoi - More Specials FOR THIS WEEK n L'' ": s X nSlr!' . I '",, J pure-bre- d I dwell-in- Hardins-burg- pure-bre- d J. C. NOLTE & BRO. la K 1 4 a aa aa a. 1 I a t)-c- "JT!" iu I &?""Xh"LZEMtor n:j;Z: Par-ris- h. ': life-lon- g V- I c; e - - ht Be-he- I Grow-driv- es - j one-ma- n 4. - i i . ... one-ha- lf r.L. -- N 1 1 1 BARGAIN STORE J. Rat-Sna- d -2 A CREPE-DE-CHBN- E RAT-SNA- RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNA- P E Baby Chicks Ugh-kylu- LaBBBBkfc 1 Of course everyone wants to be well dressed on Easter morning. Let us help. EASTER DO YOU KNOW of dry and pressing will make your old suit look cleaning 'like new? Prompt attention given to out of town custoAll work promptly returned by Parcel mers. Post, Give us a trial and be convinced. -- That our MODERN METHOD oy'a Liquor Had Fatal "Kick." Shortly after be had taken one drink of "liquor" purchased from a negro bellboy In n hotel at Jacksonville, Fla, 0, W. Johnson, a aalaanaa Ball dropped dead. Claaa In America. America Is full of middle claaa Mk whb feel upper class and lower daw folk who feel middle class, but tatit are no lower clasa folk who feel lower class. Baltimore Sua. ANNOUNCEMENT For the benefit of our out of town customers who were unable to attend this sale on account of severe WEATHER, we will extend sale one week. SALE ENDING Har. 5th. i PAUL'fc WHITE'S PLACE 1 , ."HARDINSBUJIG, KY, WMHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBttBB December 1, 181S, Baltimore) wu lighted by gas, the Srat Auerieaa ettr ta use this llluuiluant Pint StLltMad CKy. GOLDEN RULE STORE Cloverport Kentucky v y ." " y MAjtCk S, 1M1 PAVE SIX THE 1XICKKNXIDQI NEWS. A 10 A honor. It grows in every section of V Ho 1 DEPT. SHOW ; QIRLtfHAVE the state, climbing over the moun11MCU 1U DE.W t DAI., taineer's cabin, swinging from trees on Blucgrass farm and shading tobacWashington, Feb. 24. Work in co sheds in the "Pcnnyrilc." some government departments moves This together with the fact that so leisurely that girls have been , Kentucky's sons and daughters arc their of their Trumpet Vine is Choice of Peo- not reticent about the gloriesthe selec- Tesse M. Howard, Jr., Sends Report of Experiment Made in known to makehours, trousseaus dur Modern Invention Proves Ri mg working the senate was state, probably accounts for velation in Utah Salt Illinois. With Planting Sunflowers ; Same Salem, told today by Senator Smoot, Repubple But Legislature Has Not tion of the trumpet vine, it. is said. Fields. men The Senator said he perin This County. lican, Utah. May Work The goldcnrod also has been Officially Designated is So. sonally had investigated the situation tioncd for tbc honor in the offices. Harvesting salt with modern mach-- ' Discussion of an appropriate flower Mr. John D. Habbagc, Clovcrport, twice. Out of the .Tl reporting, :io had i "Why," he added, "it has got so Kentucky lias a state llowcr, but it to represent the state will be taken up revelation in the ntii cniwiiutr vn n rmiiii lin itmirv irnm uiKi'tii. nrct nail it by nii. is probably just wbat you think tbc state federation of Women's reports made on Minitower silage, jury from cucumber beetles and two that when I star for a ott.ee word- - immense salt fields of western Utah. isn't says tbc Louisville clubs at the meeting in Danville in telephoned ahead that Senator, Here, within a few miles of the Ncva- I thf-ihad injury from grasshoppers. None reason tlMt Iain and for everyone to (Ia.ytah boundary, is a vast salt de- May, it has been announced. wlSc the . here injury. However, one Smoot ,s coming typewriters." eportcd serous The Trumpet vine, llmcgrass Diossom .V'":.,;:i-- , ... .1... runs from 2 to 15 ft., in '." . i,,.t i,:. ,n!rrmn .in.trnvnrf get busy on their . posit that . ...,,- I UWtlS i.. !' w., .. Wtlw kl,Ml' n 3tiiumi .v .iiw goldcnrod, each of these has been and thickness and covers an area of more ipvot ktrin .of l.in.1 in lircckiimrlur bv the cucumber beetles just after! named the state flower. than 300 square miles, say9 George F. county extending from Glen Dean to they had come through the ground. Unlike many other states' Kentucky f'atil in a profusely illustrated story The Krasshonpcrs do not take the sun- r.arCirUX. has. no officially chosen state flower. appearing in Popular Mechanics MagClover cannot be grown here at all flowers to any great extent unless they It takes an act of the legislature to azine for November. A unless lime is used first and its true, arc exceedingly numerous. In a few make a state flower. ng machine is used to loosen the salt; (although some of you may not be- - cases I observed the grasshoppers flower has been chosen The trumpet it operates on much the same printiling has no effect, the lime ing on some of the heads although flow- it) by the' people of the state as the ciples as an ice plow. This machine cr to represent Kentucky among the Covington Woman Says Tanlac chokes in a very short time on account this damage was not excessive, Operators aso gathers the salt into a bucket West Kentucky Report on Silage Yield. state, but the act of the people has not Has Made a New Woman of of the physical condition of this soil. I II CICVfllCS 11 .,, ...... rnnortei tbev bad more sil- I would think that a little better re- been recognized officially by the legisMeet Readjustment Condi lUIIVCJfUl, Wllll.ll III III dumps it into into a screen and then sults would be obtained in our county. age from sunflowers, than they did Her Can't Praise It lature. n wagons. tions ; Optimism Ruling , rnrM c;v On account of the high yield per acre fi, Ten years ago the Blucgrass Eno.ugh. The wagons convey the salt to a ability to thrive on rcportclj t,ey ,,--j not iavc any more and the sunflower was chosen as the state flower Note. small industrial railway. Here it is noor soil this crop migHt better condi from buntlowcrs than from corn and and so' named by the legislature but dumped on the grpund and allowed to "I can recommend Tanlac with all tions by giving us cheaper feed. am five reported they had about the same many persons objected to the selecBowling Green, Ky., Feb, 24. thoroughly in the tion because it represented only the my heart," said Mrs. Susie Medaris, of extending to anybody an invitation to The approximate tons per acre varied Readjustment conditions in the oil in- dry been properly dried, sun. After it bucket loadwas SSO West 14th street, Covington, Ky. sow one acre of sunflowers, ensile it from :i to is with an average of 5 4 dustry arc being met by operators in has pick Blucgrass section of the state. It it up and load it into small ers d report the yield etc. I intend to tons t0 tje acrCi Tn!s tonnage, how an than that the trumpet vine was named. I am Western Kentucky field. Drilling cars sow an acre, but the data from ten ever, was estimated and not actual the the foot has been reduced from $4 mills. that convey it to the refining To the trumpet vine, with itsj "for since taking the medicine by and would be more correct. Any further weights. blossom and rich enjoying just wonderful health and $4.r0, the peak charges, to $2.30 green leaves, is given the unofficial strength. information can be gotten from the There was a great variety of ans- being paid the NEIGHBORS FOR McGINTY. I'arm Bureau here Respectfully, J ' irnrc tn ttif mtnetirm na In tlm tifYin fit and $3. Drillers are daily, andat tool "For nearly a year I was almost a M. Howard. Jr., Farm Bureau, Salem rate of $9 and $10 Will Stephenson and family arc vi,ich t)e sunflowcrs wcrc cut to be dressers are now getting $0. The new moving to the river bottom Lonoke nervous wreck. I lost my appetite so ill. put in the silo, l'our men reported scale for teamsters is $G. Countyf Ark. News. completely that I had no desire whatDr. O. E. HART they put their sunflowers in very ripe Test Made in Illinois Although there has been no general ft ever for food. I felt tired and worn On account of the serious injury ana would put tnem in earner next decrease in the price of materials, out all the time and seemed to be los fo mir corn in year. there has been a falling off in the ing all the energy I ever had. Of all iUn rliinrli Knira Five men reported the seeds fully cost of rigs, casing and a few other troubles I think nervousness must be southern Illinois, a number of the the worst for I never had anything farmers last year tried out sunflower matured on the outside part of the field machinery accessories. It is predicted that a further drop in such before to give me half the worry and for ensilage instead of com This idea head, Three men reported some of the supplies is due to come soon. so completely rob life of all its plea-- , was fostered by the Farm Bureau I nrtmnrilv lmr.insp tin- rliinrli hups do Seed falling off. Another cut in the price of isomer- surcs. Four reported the seed in the stiff set crlic 0ji scnt it down to $2, c "From the testimonials I saw where not injure the sunflowers, and also Will1 be in ting it within 45 cents of the lowest Bright eyes, a clear sldn and a body sunflowers seem to grow quite dough stage. lots of people had been relieved of Three reported the seeds were a- - f)gure for tbc past four years. On full of youth and health may be their nervousness and that gave mei well on poor land and during dry "",t "alf r'Pc- the seeds fully . ' January 1, 1917, it was quoted at $1.55. yours if you will keep your system heart to try it. It took hold of my weather. HARDINSBURG, KY., por several months during 1920 it l'our reported ripe. condition almost at once and built me j Our expectations were fully realized in order by regularly taking right up. In almost no time I began concerning tbc sunflowers' resistance! Three reported the stalks and bot Ieachcd $4.50. - torn leaves dry. on the In the face of this slump it naturalto relish my meals and regain my to the chinch bugs. We found absohrce reported the bloom practical- - lyfollows that labor costs would have i lutcly no damage to the sunflowers strength. ' an off. to come down. Also it is very evident "Now I am full of energy, perfectly from this insect. We did. however, FOURTH MONDAY IN MAR. Five reported the yellow petals off, that equipment prices will have to be healthy and life is once more a plea- find slight injurv to the sunflowers sure to me. In fact Tanlac has truly from the cucumber beetle and also- and one man reported the sunflowers lowered if operations are to continue made me a new woman and I can from a fungus rust; altUougll not were very green oniy auom nan in normal. bloom. Outstanding as a fpattirn of the sit- serious in either case. never praise it enough. In answer to the questionaire sent nation is the refusal of the operators When To Silage Sunflowers. Tanlac is sold in Cloverport by Tba Wedding's Drug Store, in Kirk by to the farmers who grew sunflowers; The tjpnpml siimmnrv from tin- - and companies to become pessimistic. liver,world's standard remedy for kidney, bladder and uric acid troubles, the Mattingly Bros., in Addison by L. D. for silage last year, about one third ctnm. nf mntnritv at whirli the sun. Most of them are going on with their enemies of life and looks. In use sine Addison, in Amnions by Wm. H. of the men answered, and the follow- - flowers should be put into the silo, work as if nothing had happened. 1696. All druggists, three sizes. Dutschke and in Stephensport by R. ing is a summary of these 33 men who Seemcd to indicate that the best time How long this condition will prevail Look for tba pama Gold Medal OB erorF ko A Shellman. Advertisement. returned the questionaire. I think they for putting into the silo is from when s purely a matter of conjecture. If nd accept no imitation will average up quite well with the tle sceds are ;n the stiff dough stage expenses can be kept down there ap- general conditions over the county, as llp to the time the seeds begin to fall pears to be no reason for a concerted YOUNGEST CHILD OF J. M. came in from all parts of the '"" m activities. Workers in the field the McGEHEE GETS $10,000. answers where sunflowers were used, 0fjf ye outer edge of the head. Daily Courier-JournThe and county na,i considerable trouble on have made no complaint, preferring Breckenridge News; (Pfi AA some of the nlaces with the uice run- - i nave employment ai ine aecrcasea Of Cattle and Hog Breeders Farlv Planting RpttPr. Before placing his will with the price than remain idle. Among all oil ni,,S out Louisville Trust Company, Joseph M. These 33 men planted 291 acres of ers were of the silo after these reports men there is an abiding faith in prom- put in. Most of McGehee put it inside of a package, sunflowers an average ot 9 acres iscs for the future. Much better condi- - Chicken Raisers, Live Stock Times and The Louisville with the admonition that it was not each. Most of the men planted them were from those who put the silage tions are expected for the spring and and Tobacco Dealers of the time Breckenridge News; AA to be opened until after his death and about the middle of June, but a few in about of the 33,the petals had fallen summer. off. Out however, only scv7 c that the contents of the package planted sometime during June 3 Breckinridge County the out of last of May, one planted the 1st en repo'rtcd that of juice ranthought WHEAT HIGHER, BREAD should be given to his youngest daugthe silo. Most the men hter, Virginia C. McGehee. On open- - of July and another one the 1st of Louisville Evening Post and The LOWER IN CANADA THAN when the of the Breckenridge News; d ing inc pacKage louay u was iounu August. All agree that they believe they put juice ran out in too silo, thatI AA IN UNITED STATES. THE HOWARD FARMS green. their silage in Liberty bonds earlier planting would be better. to contain $10,000 think this is correct. to be used by the daughter, the youngThe amount of seed used per acre, J. If. HOWARD ft SON, Prop. Ottawa, Feb." 21. Canadian farmers 1" men reported they were feeding est child, for educational purposes. varied from three to ten pounds. The received $2.50 a bushel for their wheat Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Saltan, Send Your Orders to the sunflowers to horses. She also is to share equally with her average amount was S lbs , per at the shipping point from July 31, ion ot Sultan, heads the herd. l 5 were feeding it to no other stock. two sisters. Jane and Marian McGehee acre. 32 of the 33 used a corn planter; 1919, until Dec. 31, 1920, while Amer- -' Duroc Hogs, Sprague Defender heads the 9 were feeding it to sheep. herd. in the remainder of the estate, consist- most of them using a small plate; ican wheat growers received $2.2f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 4 were feeding it to hogs. Breeders ol 2nd. prize ing of an' additional $10,000 in Govern- some used a bean plate and others during the same period the report of Heifer (Senior yearling Polled Shorthorn li't class) CLOVERPORT, KY, Tlip nuisvillp Trnsl used a medium or large plate. About was feeding it to hogs. ment' lintlds the Canadian Wheat Board, filed in tional Chicago, 1019. .' . was feeding it to chickens. ::":::" ., me vTT vuiuijctii, was iidiucuT cActiuur ui ;r:i the average distance apart for plant the House today declared. -: -: j Ky. will. Louisville Times. ing the seed in the rows was 8 inches All were feediiiK it to cows. Most The report also stated that during Glen Dean, The men seemed to think this about of them reported that the sheep, hogs this time bread was sold in Canada the correct distance to plant the same, mules and chickens liked it very one and a half cents a pound cheaper Some, however, believe in putting two much. Two reported that horses did than the prevailing price in the United Valley Home seeds in a plave in order to cause not like ft so well. In the case where Mates. W. J. OWEN ft SONS, Propletors more foliage and less stalk. did not like it so well.. the horses 18 men cultivated their sunflowers think it was due to the sunflowers NO Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 IDLENESS FOUND twice. being put in a little too green. Ani in CANNELTON. Poland China Hogs a Specialty 12 men cultivated their sunflowers equal number of men reported that Laborers arc walking the streets in v. j three times. the cows ate it as well as the com' oti,er towns looking for just anything Polled Durham Cattle 0a . Si' Most of them believe that sunflow- - silage, as reported they did not like to do. Not so in Cannclton the best .'rjjij.s ers should be cultivated more than it so well as corn silage. J. M. H Jr town in the world. All our factories are running and any man can get work. This may seem unusual during COLLECTION OF DOLLS Hardinsburg. Ky. AGRICULTURAL BILL ' the days of world-wid- e depression, but DATING BACK TO OLD ROME. Dealers in PASSED BY SENATE. it is true, vve can t tell wnat may happen, but our factories are'runnjng LIVE STOCK AND The Berlin Museum has acquired a now and getting some business TyT 'glaPiiH:''' unique collection of objects taken Carries $6,000,000 More Than House Cannclton Telephone. TOBACCO Allowed. m u from the tomb of a little Roman girl, '.U) of the time of Tiberius (A. D. Washington, Feb. 23. Over a runNo! and if you have a Sharpb3 Sucticr.-fse- d almost in perfect condition. ning fire from Senators who presented Separator you don't have to, for it skims equally A com of 1 iberius was put in the (fitni1fr1 nhiprtimi' in it; nrnnntsnl fnr dead child's hand, the fee to Charon, i,lcreased expenditures the Senate to clean whatever speed you turn. But with every me lerryman. to crobs to uic uwicr ,Bnt passe(i the Agricultural Appro other separator you must turn the crank at just side of the Styx, the principal river priation bill, carrying approximately ...PERMANENT... exactly the speed stamped on it, or you will lose of the "Lower World." Then the box $41,000,000, for the operation of that Sharpies cream every time! The wonderful was filled with her little dolls, of departed for the year beginning next Suction-fee- d varies the milk feed in direct prowhich she bad evidently been fond. June. This amount is nearly $9,000,000 She had also loved to play at a doll's in excess of appropriations for the portion to the separating force never more milk in n the bowl than it can perfectly separate. tea party of that age. So there is' a current year and almost $0,000,000 in little table and a toy silver candela- excess of amounts allowed by the Always in office during All other separators have a fixed milk feed. Thus when Office Hours: InligtH, Ky. office hours brum. House, to which it was sent for conturned below speed much of the milk runs out without She had dressed her dolls and had ference after the Senate's action. being perfectly separated, and some gets into the cream, "made them up" for there is the little Items added by the Senate included m making it thin and uneven. Thousands iaWteCaw- box of cosmetics, with a picture of a $100,000 for Weather Bureau foreof actual tests have proven that 19 out of Haccha on the cover. Evidently the casts for aviation, $114,000 for road 20 persons do turn too slow most of the dolls decended to her from other materials investigations and $100,000 time, and that tvarybody turns too alow hands and must have been a special for farm products. One item allowed some of the time. Get a treasure. by the committee, $20,000 to assist in She was fond of blocks, too, and ultilization of food fishes was strickher parents put into the box some en out. Thrt last year's mkor dtesa can be made to appear like a NW OaM little cubes painted in four colors. There arc a little gold brooch proAmong the persons taken into cusSmI Via Parcel Peat. bably one she wore at parties tody by the police in Washington. D. of the most delicate filigree work and C during the past year were two dip-a gold bracelet. lomats, one Congressman, one profesLoulsvilto. Ky. 6th The little girl must have been the sor, 248 army officers, 41 ministers and ny Spaed' "Skims daughter of more than ordinary par- 48 policemen. ents, for she could evidently write, since they had put in some tablets and a stylus. London Mail. KY. IS WITHOUT PLANTING STATE FIOWER SUNFLOWER SEEDS FOR SILAGE IN BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY uLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY. work in some qovt I IT UAll L I H DlflVTFn LV BY MACHINERY i. i 1 111- -1 liv . ..... .., SHE WAS ALMOST OIL PRODUCTION A NERVOUS WRECK eat-lic- vc COSTS DECLINE salt-harve- I blos-ho- ni ,' five-to- --- ,,- 1 3-- orange-colore- d VETERINARY ( SURGEON i I - Women Made Young COLDMEDAL n p,ut-th- - I I - I W!!!! wamti Mj CLUBBING RATES al i DIRECTORY fi? plant-edth- 1- -2 White-hal- j r " T 1 Inter-Na- 1 :- :- .': A .S&WmrtJXKM 11L -- Can you do it ? v y ,N Every ypiiii Stock Farm 1 I II IkJI w z 1 -- DR. W. B. 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Call at my store and I will be glad to demonstrate to you this and theothersuperiorfeatures of the Sharpies. old-sty- le AatWa- iI When a President of the French Republic dies, resigns or is unable to perform the duties of office his successor is not elected for the unexpired term, but for a full term of six yeara. Bulls For Sale 10 Shorthorn and Polled Bulls, 8 to 24 Months Old, At Special Prices - ViiiBI iHaaal Laaf .aYaaam VaaaaL ZAS8I HARNED PRODUCE & FEED CO. Harned, Kentucky Qenuinm These bulls are registered, tuberculin tested, inoculated against Blackleg and are the kind that will make you money. Raise a few good calves, restore the fertility of your soil and leave off a part of your tobacco acreage and see if you do not get along better. Time given parties desiring same. Also registered cows and heifers and Big Type Poland China Swine for sale. Come and see what we have to offer you. ShtrpUi Rtptlrm and i Oil ctititd la ttock W. R. MOORMAN CUN MEAN, KENTUCKY & SON ,', MAJtCfti,il -- THE KKCK1KKIDQ WJtWI, CLOVlkPdltT, KlMTOtfJC PAQtt ' ae inx of a millionaire young lady returning from Paris with nojhlng to wear nnd preparing to swear to It before all the enstom officials In doth- am. Tomlinson was ordered to (Hi the cellar with wrapping-paper- , cardboard boxes nnd string, burning what was left over In the bnck yard. As soon ns sufficient space had been cleared for nctlon, the two girls set to tissue-paper, BEFORE SPRING COMES, TONE BWa'rlrlC OU" BU,INM TO MANUrACTURK M UP YOUR BLOOD Your Blood Needs the Help of in Glide's Pepto-Manga- n Springtime to Overcome Drowsy, Listless Feelings Called "Spring Fever." PALE FACES CAUSED All-Gone lVfcSBE K5ai HKH95VRhTV IISSlfflnflnsBacI EYEGLASSES SPECTA CLES "K BKT aoAno ' WSI IsVMsMsi YOU CAN OKT ARK THK KIND TO WEAR" , An AdVnlure Romaivcl . TAXI PART III (Continued From Last Week) "My dear." he said, losing for the moment his birdlike, chirpy pose, "I don't want you to think of me as Just your banker. I knew your father and your mother, and their fathers and mothers before them, I am fond, by old usage, of every drop of blood that runs In your veins. You won't forget that, will you?" Pamela stared nt him, swept toward him, threw her anus round his neck, hugged him, dropped her face on his shoulder and wept. Mr. Borden stood very erect, his bald head held high, his pink cheeks puffed out, and his eyelids blinking at the rate of fifteen to the dozen In a vain effort to fan back an amazing lachrymatory Inundation. "There, there 1" he said, patting Pamela on the back. "Who w6uld have thought It, you adorable, lonely little MII-yu- work, and were soon Involved In such nn orgy of "trying on" as only the healthiest stamina of youth could have endured without falling over In a dead faint from exhaustion. Even Eileen divested her person of everything but, and experimented with such denr garments as It seemed Impossible Miss Thornton could get round to In the allotted time. Having tried to show the public how charming was Pamela In nnd without her chenp clothes, no puerile nnd gaspcoficrnuci" (he quite unruffled Eileen. ing effort will be made In these page) "There's nothing Impossible to our Jo measure the effect upon her of the generation. Impossibilities are our lntest creations of the raiment dream-god- s of Fifth uvenue. Suffice It to say food, drink and raiment. We're like those surprising orchid things that de- that, in one hour's twinkling of the fy the usual laws and live on air." "Yes," remarked Mrs. MUyuns ; "any new air. But I didn't bring you here, Eileen, to be a stumbling-blocto to Pamela, who Is suddenly faced with problems In the solution of which she k BEVEHM or tfiaoc BH BB H J 'ji ii BY BAD BLOOD. Feeling a That Tired, Danger Signal That Your Blood Needs This Splendid Spring Tonic. The blood that courses through your body in the arteries and veins is of tiic most vital importance to the healthy life of the body. The little red corpuscles arc what carry life to the millions of cells that make up your body. The blood is also the vehicle that carries away most, if not all of the waste products. Springtime is the season when the body adjusts itself from the rigors of winter to the heat of summer. You notice how much sickness there is in the Spring? Perhaps there are weeks when you feci drowsy and listless, and you call it "Sprng Fever." It is really your blood that has become weak and thin, and it needs help. Take that good blood tonic Glide's It will give the red corpuscles in your blood new power to carry fresh oxygen to the cells ail over the body. You'll notice a change tor the better in a few days. It brings the color back to pale faces and lifts you out of tired, feelings so that you enjoy full vigor. Spring is the time for a good blood n tonic. Take Gude's so that you can enjoy the most beautiful season ot tne year, uet it at your druggists, but.be sure it is the genuine, with "Glide's printed on the package. It is sold in both tablet and liquid form. They have exactly tne same medicinal value. Advertisement. Pepto-Mangan. all-go- "MOST AMERICAN'S 15 YEARS OLD MENTALLY" Harvard Professor Gives Army Tests as Ground For This Statement. "The mentality of a large majority of the people of this country is rather below that of a normal child," according to Dr. E. W. Taylor, who in the Sunday free lecture yesterday at Harvard Medical School, spoke on the "History and Signifiancc of the hygiene. "Particular study has been made in Boston among children," lie said, "with a view to gaining an under- standing of the connection between retarded mental development and petty .thievery." U.S. BARS ns Pamela threw up her head and smiled through the sudden summer shower. "I know It was ridiculous," she said, "But I couldn't help It You made me like you all of a sudden, and I just had because you've had a bath and you ok so clean Inside and out." She kissed him as she broke away. "I see; I see," said the astounded Mr. MUyuns, and heat It. At two minutes after five the doorbell rang again. In spite of the fact that It was almost exactly the hour which Mr. MUyuns had set for the arrival of his wife and daughter, Pamela couldn't help hoping but In vain. It was with a slightly resigned air that she received Mrs. and Miss MUyuns Instead of Mr. Robert Randolph. Mrs. MUyuns flew to her, set hands on her shoulders, searched her face with eager shrewd eyes, and said : "Borden Indeed told me the truth about you, my dtnr. May I kiss you?" Pamela extended one cheek to the salute while her eyes wandered off to size up the tall, blonde, cool young person that she surmised must answer to the name of Eileen MUyuns. Being the product of two shorts, how on earth had she managed to grow so long? Her fuce whs ugularly beautiful, as though It had been carefully made to order like her clothes. She appeared as passive as a Palmer snow girir L s' Jcape. iAfter - y a little skirmishing for posi s tion, tne tnree lames seated In a triangle. Into the center of Toinllnson ran which the tnem-selvewell-traine- d a tea-wago- n. tP ered herself of the following: "Really, It's most awfully kind of n you, but, as I told Mr. MUyuns, Is such a dear that I am going to continue him as my companion." "Tomlinson 1' " exclaimed Mrs. MUyuns, and then smiled Indulgently for the first time during the interview, being under the Impression that at last she had run Into something appropriately naive '" the bearing of her new fharge. "01 course you cap keep him OB, but you must realize that you can't live here without a woman In the Tom-llqso- "Now." said Mrs. MUyuns, having emptied and put down her cup, "let's forget the sheer romance of the situation, my dear, and get down to practical problems. The first of all things, as you must realize, Is the necessity of getting you a companion. Would you enre to be our guest In Madison avenue until you can pick one out?" "I would put clothes ahead of a housecat," murmured Eileen. Her mother Ignored the remark and kept her eyes fixed on Miss Thornton's perplexed face. That young lady seemed In no lack of something to .say but rather In search of words and the plunging courage necessary to the saying. She drew a long breath and deliv- house." "Ob, yes, I can," said Miss Thornton, a little breathlessly. "I have a feel- 1 8 ing I can't explain It exactly that setting. this apartment Is a As I said to Mr. MUyuns, I don't want to clutter It with females." A silent laugh crept Into the eyes of the marblesquo Eileen; something Inside of her sat up and took notice. She glanced round the room and murmured : 'Mother, she's absolutely right. I'm for her." " 'Right 1' Eileen I" exclaimed Mrs. MUyuns, flushing In her Indignation at Indlng a traitor In the Home camp. "I don't know what your generation ts earning to. The impossible is never one-wom- deserves our sympathetic assistance." "You've hit the nail on the head again, mother," parried Eileen. "You're not In sympathy with her, and I am; o you'd better hand over her check, and tomorrow morning at ten here to help her cash and spend It If necessary." She turned to Pamela with a twinkle of anticipation In her eyes. "How about It?" Pamela smiled back her bubbling smile, and then suddenly grew grave. "Do you think I could order by measure?" she asked, and, remarking the hurt astonishment on Eileen's face, continued In rapid but nevertheless halting explanation : "You see. It's Mr. Randolph. This Is really his apartment, and he may be back almost any any day. I I don't want to miss him. I I wouldn't be out when he comes, for anything." "H'm," interjected Mrs. MUyuns, but before she could make any further progress along that line, Eileen wus on among her feet and saying good-bthese other things: "That's all nonsense. If Bobby found you here just as he left you, the first time he decided to turn up, he And Were Soon Involved in an Orgy might never appear again. But if he of Trying On. finds you nfter two or three unsuccess- ' eye, she beciune such a rndlnnt vision ful calls and Just one day's shopping, he will never leave. Tomlinson will as chokes mere words down Into the pit of a man's stomach, makes his Jaw have to throw him out" ' work like that of a fish on a hot slde- "Tomlinson couldn't," said Pamela, wulk. fills his eyes with the pleading with calm complacer"y. nnd Inspires his Gradually the sure shot made by light of an overmastering desire to Miss MUyuns began to take effect The hands .with thought of new clothes new smart reach for It. two For suits, airy evening nothings, filmy un- weeks, two. four, six days, a week, anPamela lived In breathless dergarments, and solid-silhosiery she the stole Pamela from her Intention of ticipation ofupon moment when one could burst the eyesight of eternal vigilance and led her to say : Hervey Randolph, and when all "After rll. I will go with you. If It Robert days these nnd weeks passed withreally Isn't asking too much- of you." out any news of him, her lips that Thus was Mrs. MUyuns were made to smile, to kiss, and to for keeps, and on the following morn- bless the air with words softly spoken ing the two young ladles were wafted nnd enrrled on the fragrance of clean In Mr. MUyuns' best limouyoung breath began to droop pitifully. sine and proceeded to open a chain of (Continued next week) say-sof on the bare Eileen and In the name of Miss I. P. Thornton, that spoke volumes for the NEWS FROM former's exclusive taste In fashionTHE COUNTY able purveyors nnd financial ability to humor It. Possibly the two would l (Continued From Page 2) have shopped up to the moment of the present writing had It not been for Davis, the fact that Pamela knew all about the guest of his brother, J.W. last week. money from the short end. ' Mrs. Wilber Butler entertained the "I have finished." she suddenly an- following to a birthday dinner Sunday, nounced. birthday: it being her twenty-sixt- h "Finished what?" asked Eileen. Mrs Fred Davis and children, and "Finished shopping," said Pamela. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis, Mr. and "I've been keeping nccount, nnd I've Bill Butler and Johnnie Davis. i Bill Butler went toLouisville. last spent almost the whole check." "'The whole check?" exclaimed Wednesday on business. Mrs. John A. Carman is at the bedEileen. "Why, you haven't touched It. side of her brother, Modic Stinnett, That's the beauty of charge accounts. of near Lost Run. You can keep your checks to look at. Mrs. Phinis Smiley and son, of I've got some that father gave me West View, were the guests of her three years ago." sister, Mrs. Fred Davis, Monday. Pamela smiled a smile of much wisMrs. Roscoe Davis and grandson, dom and made for the nearest exit As Billy McDonald, of Cloverport, were a matter of polite formality, when they the guests of her parents, Mr. and street, she asked Mrs. J. W. Davis, a few days last reached Eileen to come up for lunch from the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis were the bachelor's buffet In the basement, and Carof Mr. she could not help a slight feeling of guestsSunday. and Mrs. Roscoe man. relief at the news that Miss MUyuns Pete and Johnnie Davis and Milton had promised herself elsewhere. Nix, went to Leitchfield, Sunday. "But I'll break away and come for Miss Lorenc Butler, who has been tea at five, If you'll let me," said Ei- sick is some better. Mrs. Johnnie Davis entertained the leen. "I simply must help you try following to dinner Sunday: Mrs. Wilthem all on." ber Butler and children, Ruth and "All right ; do," said Pamela, Inwardly pleased that she would have some Margaret and Mrs. Fred Davis and children, Louie and Gilbert, Mrs. Pete one beside Tomllpson upon whom to Davis and daughter, Miss Edith. flash the first dazzling vision of her Mrs. Fannie Bruner was the guest metamorphosis. of her daughter, Mrs. T C. Dyer, and The first thing she did when she Mr. Dyer, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hardie Wilson were reached the apartment was to ask if Mr. Randolph had called ; the next was the guests of her parents, Mr. and (o summon the office of MUyuns, Branch & MUyuns on the telephone to FOOL know what steps had been taken in the new search. She was somewhat surprised to learn that the entire firm had It is an old proverb that every man gone out to lunch In a body, and still is either1 a fool or a physician at 40. Well, I fooled along for 40 years in more startled at the tnformatloa, obthe practice of pharmacy and itoe tained three hours later from the same tudy of medicine and therapeutics supercilious voice at the other end of before I discovered the wonderful the wire, to the effect that none of them prescription for Number 40 For The had come back. She was young; she Blood. Tliero is more of this won- nbe FRUIT IMPORTS. Washington. Feb. 31. Quarantine regulations, effective April 1, against fruit and vegetables from Cuba, the Bahamas, Jamaica, the Canal Zone, Costa Rica, India, Philippine Islands, Ceylon and Java were announced today by the Department of Agriculture owing to danger of a citrus black fly pest. The rules apply to raw or unprocessed plants or parts of plants, including such as may be used for packing material but not to shipments of processed fruits or vegetables. Why Mr. Joe Armstrong, Celebrated Dog Trainer, Uses Rat-Sna- p. Pepto-Manga- Pepto-Manga- y I I calf-lov- e I k , - side-tracke- d Mrs. Frank Davis, of Gcrmantown. Miss Lora Wilson, of Gcrmantown was the guest of Miss Velma Carman from luesday until Saturday. Mr. John Butler and sister, Mrs. Murray Butler were called to Guston to lie at the bedside of their father. Mr. Gid Butler, wiio is ill. Mr. Pete and Johnnie Davis were in llardinsburg on business. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John A Carman were the guests of her father, Mr. John Stinnett, of Lost Kun, Sunday. Mrs. Fonza Milburn was the guest of her father. S R. Davis, of Wood- row, last week. Mrs. Hardie Wilson and Miss Rca Davis were guests of Mrs. Wilber But- i ler. Thursdav. Mrs. Fred Davis and children, were guests of Mrs. Alvin Mingus, Tues day. I down-tow- n credit-account- s, o I some of whom have a capacity that has been Mr. James M. Rhodes was in Ad made no use of. careiui study is made in every j dison, Monday on business. Miss M. L. Rhodes was the Satur State of cases of abnormal mentality,, day night guest of Miss O. K. Pavne. methods of treatment, etc., with a' Miss Sarali E. Cashman was tiie view to bringing about new and imMonday night guest of Miss M L. proved legislation in all. At present 18 States have committees for mental Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs. B. I7. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Compton and Mr. W. E. Lompton were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. J. H. McGavock, Sunday Mrs. Mattic Noble, who has been in Louisville for quite a while is at Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rhodes, for a few day visit. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hendrick. of Louisville, were the week-en- d guests of Mr. and-- .Mrs Glen Hendrick, and Dr. Hendrick. Mr. Willie Sapp. Mr. Robert Sipes, ot Irvington and Al. L. Rhodes were dinner guests of Misses A. B. and S. E. Cashman, Sunday. Mr. James M. Rhodes was in Hard Mental Hygiene Movement," says the Boston Globe, . He based his estimate' of the low everage mentality of society on the fact that tests in the Army during the late war showed that 70 per cent of the soldiers had the minds of He declared that the generality of the population would probably show the same result under a similar test. Dr. Taylor traced the growth of the National and State Committees for Mental Hygiene, calling attention to the curious fact that it had its inception in the mind of an insane man, who, objecting to the manner in which lie and other patients in an asylum were treated, devised, after his recovery, a scheme for treating them more intelligently as well as for preventing the "mental diseases" altogether, so far as possible. The aim of the movement, now only about 10 years old he said, is to bring about education and organization, as well as cooperation, between the National health authorities and the States to improve the brain power of the Nation, in tiie expectation of decreasing the number of asylums and penal institutions and raising tiie general standard of citizenship. One object is the abolition of methods of treatment of patients in institutions for the insane, wliere-evthey are still in vogue. Another object is solving tiie problem of the med-ievel er "Noticed rats around my kennels, having hundreds of prize doys, couldn't take chances. Tried in three weeks every rat disappeared. Noticed that the dogs never went I tell my friends near Use this' sure about rodent exterminator, it's safe; Comes in cake form. Three sizes, 33c, 6fic, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. Advertisement. RAT-SNAP; RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNAP- ." PEOPLE FOR WHOM THE BEST IS NONE Are atuajs cerning TOO GOOD the most enthusiastic conthe excellence of our Dry Cleaning and Dyeing We hae one of the most eltlcient into anil way Remodeling Departments in the country. Furs transformed ery quickly. the mode Men's women's garments altered in any de'ired We d)e fur skim and remodel them in any way WEBSTER feebleminded, wage-earnin- g We tailor make men or ladies' suits $50.00 up. Latest styles. TEASDALE 625-62- 7 WALNUT STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO. NOTICE TAXPAYERS This Notice Is Not Meant To Hurt Any- Fifty-nint- h insburg. Thursday. Mr. Quincy Woosle"y. of Hardins- burg was here this week. Miss A. B. Cashman was the Wed nesday night guest of Miss M. L. Rhodes. Miss Wanda Basham and James A. liasham arc sick at this writing. Items Concluded on Page 8 one's Feelings and Is Only a Last Resort On My Part near at hand when I have ito make my annual settlement and am compelled to make my collections on or before April 1st in order to do so. is aVaV?nTrsf. Thm Nation' Hair ft .am W&7LK3S ' (NOOKMD BY TMOC HOMITAtS M0 KNOW. Lucky Tiger M The time 'dandruff corrects ecze- itopa falllnr hair sromotaa luxuriant growth adds lustra, beauty, health - action Immediate and Guarantee. certain. Money-Bac- k At witgiMa torn aerture. er mm far aamray auntie. maXaooa icalpa Positively eradicates ae UCXYIKnC).. bMMOtr.Ha. Consider, it is much easier for each to pay, than for me to have to put up for a number who do not. am compelled to collect by above date. All owing please arrange and save me and you extra costs. I em-barassm- A AT 40 ent Having taken up her suave cudgel, lleen was In no hqste to lay It down, . and may It be pointed out right here tfeat Miss Imogene Pamela Thornton the vMd the rare faculty of enlisting bat-tto- a SMrest bystander to assume her for her,, thenceforth becoming a tjlMnnlngly Interested onlooker, ready watch, the tide of her own fortune fraem the, vantage-poin- lght" believed It. There is no doubt that In five minutes more Mr. Gloom would have assumed full sway in the late apartment of Mr, Robert H. Randolph had not a long procession of, parcels begun to arrive In the nick of time. Tomlinson brought them Into the bedroom, one, two, three at a haul, and Pamela herself cut, the knots with Mr. Randolph's best nail-scisso- and laid out the t of an entirely DMSMenal detachment. AHat'a wlir vnn nllnruul nnHiw" goods, filmy fold upon filmy fold. By. the time Eileen turned Up, the apartment looked like the staterooms derful prescription sold and used by he citizens of our home city than all other blood mod cines combined. conIt Is indicated in all depraved blood In ditions ct the system. trouble n. in Bores, ulcers, eczema and In chronic rheumaskin diseases. tism, catarrh, constipation, stomach, kidney und liver trouble. J. p. 40 vear a druggist. Houston. Texas, Jan. 2' 11)10. J. C. Memlenhall, Kvansville. Ind. Bear Sir: "Having suffered from, 12 tj 13 meatus with a 'iicrvou. breakdown, 'for $7.00. Men-denlia- said by physicians to be sciatic neuralgia, causing general toxic poisoning, and seeing your advertisement in the San Antonio Express, I called on Dr. A. M. Fisher, Druggist. lie recommended your prescription Number 40 which I have been using for three months and I have received great benefit from it. Sleep well, good appetite, have gained several pounds in weight, get up feeling fresh every morning. Have no pains. Mv nervous system has become nearly norRespectfully, J. L. Duprce, mal." 1715 Common Street. The best druggist in your neighborhood sells Number 40, but if it happens that he does not, send direct to J. C. Menden-ha- ll Medicine Company Kvansville, Indluua, and receive it delivered to von at $1.25 per bottle, six bottles CLOVERPORT Every Wednesday and Saturday McDANIELS-Mar- ch 14th; VANZANT- -. GLEN DEAN-Ma- rch 15th; March 17th Respectfully, W. C. PATE, D. S. B. C. Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG TORE .. pWt$ TiW-lIOHT ii rhr - Tilt IRICKINKIDQI II1W, KY. STATE PRISOW HAS NO UNDERGROUND SYSTEM. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 24. Tlic inmates of the Kentucky State Reformatory, insofar as officials know, liayc no "underground" system of communication, according to Supt V. H. Moyer. The men arc not restricted in the matter of conversation among themselves, although when in their cells the walls arc so thick that the 'only way they could converse would be by shouting out through the barbed doors. Some prisons throughout the country, where the old rule of "no talking" is enforced, have "underground" systems of communication which have long ha filed prison workers, according to officials. News, it is said flashes from one end to the other of such iu- situations with marvelous rapidity and 'often convicts know of events exen before the officials in the prison office "The prisoners here," said Supt. i Moyer, have no restriction on their 'conversation and there is no reason for them to have secret methods of communication. Of course news flics faster in prison walls than outside. That has always been the case, and I suppose always will be. But so far as we know, there is no secret method of communication in this prison." I I m 4f CLOVIRFOKT, m"" X1MTVCKY OR-- "W" MAKCH t, ittt GET RID OF THESE ALIEN ENEMIES! I REPUBLICANS MAJORITY IN NEW MOUSE WILL BE IN, MORE THAN THREE TO ONE. Washington. Feb. 20. The thought uppermost in the minds of Republican leaders in the house in planning today- for the reorganization meeting Mon day night, was that their majority might be too big to handle. by actual count the Rcpubli majority in the new bouse wil 1(19 more than three to one. Some leaders expressed anxiety that the new men who came in with the November landslide, and who arc 'here for the meeting might want a hand in select-in- g officers to serve for the next two years. The opinion generally expressed, however, was that Speaker Gillct and Representative Mondcll, Republican leader, will be reelected. Representative Kitchin, of North Carolina, is slated as the Democratic leader, succeeding Champ Clark, who retires March 4. Because of the small number of Democrats in the house reports arc sprcau mat the representation on committees will be rather sharply re- - mill f,,K!BB.B.B.BMRA wlllB.Brfc. .SJB.BHI ii H Hf H.l' W. aaaaaaaaL.1 w r vnwiMbjftv .Sill aJaVBZaHar lHUMllll a &vnf i (..P- - 8aak C'Wfll - ( . uuccu. tyuifl' uwr iv, riwwx An Alien Rodent Executed in the "Guillotine Trap.' YELLOW LAKE RATS AND MICE-CAUSE When parents let their boys spend money foolishly they do the boys HARM instead of good. When a father and mother COMPEL, if must be, their boys to bank a part of the money they earn.they start them on the road to SUCCESS, reliability and independence. And maybe the parents will some day NEED their boys' support. Start YOUR boys to banking their money today. Some day soon they will thank you. We invite YOUR Banking Business. FORD OPTIMISTIC ON BUSINESS OUTLOOK Predicts Full Operations of Plants in Few Weeks. Adds 7,000 Men to Force in One Factory Within Week. Detroit, Feb. 23. Henry Ford has turned optimistic over the business outlook. He announced today that it is only a question of weeks before his plants will be in full operation. He also said that orders for about 78,000 Ford cars have been received for the month of March. Industrial wheels got well under Way in the blast furnace and tractor plants at the River Rouge this week.; where between l.'i.OOO and L'0,000 men arc employed when production is nor mal. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. , AVOIDING BAD CANNED GOODS LETTERS WE APPRECIATE $1J-0- j one-ha- lf From B. Richards.' ning at full capacity, Mr. Ford said: State Board Warns Against' "Seventy-eigof 79.000 orders for u. nauuage: . i am senamg . Dangers of Eating Tinned f hi h m next month doesn't seem as though it The Brcckenndgc News to Yours will be long before our business reachFoods That May Wave truly, Bradley Richards, Fordsville, es normal." Spoiled. Three thousand more employes will Route 3, Ky. ht Asked when he expected to be run- money order for the renewal of The been kind enough to send me The Breckenridge News. I do not want to Breckenridge News and I wish you do without your good paper. With would please send it to Redfieldl Iowa good wishes. I am sincerely. Nannie and not to Indianola, Iowa, as I have 'Owen, Glen Dean moved to Redfield. With best wishes, I am very truly, C. A. Penick. From Mrs. R. Carden. linn. Ma..: T7..I. !...... C....1 :...i "" :"": "... Subscribes 0 Months Mr John D Uabbace. Cloveroort. tion to The Breckenridge News Ky. Dear Mr. Mabbagc: Find enclosed Yours, Mrs. Rollie Carde Webster ' check for which nlease send me Tin- Ky. BrcckeuridKe Xews for a months. Changes Address. egenast. Union iours truly, Ruth Mr. John D. Babbage, Cloveroort. Star. Kv N.y. Uear sir: Starting after hen. 21. please send The Breckenridge News Keeps Up With Old Friends. The bureau's announcement states Dear Mr. Babbage: Please find en- - to Tranquility, Calif., Frensno Ca., that its warning is In no means an closed $200 for The Breckenridge which is my new address instead ofj indictment of canning practice., nor a News another year. I don't like to be Los Angeles. I have been getting the warning agiiu.t canned food. ).t was without the News as I hear from old paper the last two weeks. Yours truly. issued ptirelj in the hope that any friends through it. Please change my A. Robertson. canned food that appear.--, to the senses paper trom Mar Route, Owensniouth the least bit suspicious will be thrown to Chula Vista, Box 8.5. Calif., Mrs. Doesn't Like to Miss a Copy. awa in.mcdiatelv Lee R. Wright. Jno. D. Habbage, Publisher, The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Mr. Babbage: My check for $2. A New One Added. BEWLEYVILLE The Breckenridge News. Gentle- is enclosed herewith for renewal on Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Stiht, Mrs. Bet-ti- e Lee McCoj and Miss Maggie B. men: Please send me your paper for The Breckenridge News. I have Jolly were dinner guests Thursday of three months Money order enclosed copies. 1 recently missed two or three do not know whether this Yours truly, Charles E. Bryant, Derby Mrs. Geo. Conipton. was some error at your oflice or Mrs .ilia Conipton after several I ml. whether the paper has been lost weeks visit to her sister. Miss Tena ' However, I trust that you will Jordan, has gone to Pilot Ridge, to! Mr. Jas. Waggoner Renews. J. D. Uabbace. Clovernort. Kv. make note of this so that future copies visit her daughter, Mrs. Guy Bandy. Announcements have been received Dear Sir: I enclose a money order for!"13' .e delivered glad indeed if l win be very you of the arrival of a baby girl at the the renewal ol my subscription to The home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. B Morton Breckenridge News which expires this WH ,,la' 'e a copy o f the January week. Yours respectfully, James E. -- a01'1 'ss"e as I am quite sure this par- in Louisville. Friday. Feb. 1H. . iticular copy has never been received. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Clavcomb and Waggoner, Garfield, Ky. Yours very truly L. H. Kincheloe, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Keith were dinLeotherwood, Wheeling, W. Va. E. J. Beauchamp Subscribes. ner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. J. D Uabbace. Cloveroort. Kv. l tlardaway. t. Mr. and Mrs. EXPENSES Morris Cain, of Iowa.,iar ?"! You.wl" find enclosed $2.00 GOVERNMENT'S $16,000,000 DROPPED IN ihe ureckenndce "a spent Wednesday night and Thursday f MONTH OF JANUARY. E. J. Ueauchamo. with their aunt. Mrs. Will Jolly and gffiSnffi is.y. r. s. nease send fainiy Washington, Feb. 17. Ordinary exMiSS ertha L Font ha.. rnlnr.iPd ll."" W,,B penditure by the Government during home after several months stav in January decreased by more than $10,- Changes Address. Urandenburg. Mr. John D. Uabbace. Cloveroort. uuii.uuu, as compared with December, Mr. and Mrs. Larue Cox. of Louis- Ky. My dear Sir: Having changed my while public debts payments fell off yuie. spent i uesday with his sister, rcsulcncc, 1! 1MI 1, 1. I II you .10 KlllUiy I... ..m... .l.n.a C .ISK Mrs. Will folli- - a..,i tr ir.li,. "J "iv1- man j,uuu,uuu,uuu, atugruiug cnange the address on my riaper from t0 tllc monthly statement issued to- Mr. DaVid llardaway, we are ,.i,, evil t r " TrAnciifiF to report is able to be out acain TfYor Jacksonville Route 5 III., to F rank- - til During January ordinary expendi mi Kouie ;i. ill. With all good wishes, having been confined to his room i am sincerely, oien Macv, tures amounted to $388,170,272, as some tune with sciatica. against $404,575,091 in aUTjlltll December. (fni'llf "v"" a'""'1 lni ft, ..,i1. ai Clinilt ,rt!" Payments on the public debt for JanFrom Mrs. Kingsburv. CnrZi:' ..l?5ar, Mr- - HaMaaKe: Enclosed find uary totalled $590,100,057, compared Eminett Doolev is imnrovinir after $1.00 for renewal for The Brecken-- ! w'th $l,G0O,418.85G during the previous an attack of appendicitis. ridge News for six months. Always month. glad to cet mv old home nanc-r- . Willi A total of S83.081.570 charced to the BIG SPRING best regards, Mrs. Lora Kingsburg.' War Department was the largest r: .i: B't.uiuui cawciiuiiuic r January, ...i..,. Dr. C II. Witt went to Louisville, T..u.. rs.i.r i v.ain, Willie lur i last week with Mrs. Joe Whalen for $543,830,500 spent in the redemption an operation. of Treasury certificates of indebted Thank You Friend "Buck!" U. S Clarkson spent a few hours Dear Mr. Babbace: Check for ness was the largest item of public here last Wednesday, he started for is enclosed for renewal of my subscrip-jdepayments for the month. Germany, Monday. nun iu j nc iirecKenriuge news, you J. L. Morris has sold his stock of are publishing the best looking county Mr. Fred White Says. "Don't Idle goods to Jeff Iiruner and Guy Spring- - paper I've seen. Regards. M. B. KinYou Only See One Rat." gate, lliey wi)I sell goods at John's cheloe, Denver, Colo. stand. "I did, pretty soon I found my celFrank Helf, Ave From W. A. Rhodes. Ulankenship, lar full. They ate my potatoes. After Henry Richardson were in Brenden-burMr. J. D. Uabbage, Cloverport, Ky. trying P I got 5 dead rats. Wednesday. Dear Sir: You will find enclosed check The rest later. They pass up the pofor $2.00 for which you will please tatoes to eat If there Plans for a dirigible airship that will send me The Breckenridge News for are rats around your place follow Mr. be the largest in the world with the one year, and oblige, W. A. Rhodes, White's example. Three sires, 35c 65c, exception of the $1.35. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad now building Axtel, Ky. Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky., and B, in lingiana tor the navy, are in the hands of the Navy Department I F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. Renewal From Popular Mechanics Magazine. Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky Advertisement. I Louisville, Ky., Feb. --'(!. Acting on information received from the Bureau of Chemistry, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, the Hureau of Pure Food and Drugs of the State Hoard of Health has issued a general warning against botulism, a disease which occurs as a result of f.ntitifr rniit:iiniiin tf.,1 titmi'd tnntl and which already has caused several fatalities in the United States. Xo deaths have yet been caused in Kentucky by the disease, the bureau's announcement states, but in order that the people of the Mate may protect thcmscUc.t from potential dangers it is deemed advisable that thev be ac quainted with its seriousness. The disease is not necessarily fatal, but it is easier to avoid than to cure. Its sole cause is bacteria in canned food and the presence of these bac- teria invariably may be defected by the person opening the container. If all canned goods that appears spoiled to the 110-are dctrojed the disease need not be feired 0 o o o be rehired by the Ford Company during the remainder of this week for From Kansas City. Mr Babbage: Enclosed is check for work in the Highland Park plant. 1 his number added to 10,000 work which send The Breckenridge News . . to my address, 3301 College Avenue. ing in the plant last week and the taken back Monday, will make Please send this week's issue. Respectme .piaiu uy fully, Mrs. P. W. Roberts, Kansas '""" "1L" 'v: next Friday. City, Mo. C. A. Penick Moved Mr. J. D. Babbage: Someone has (Dear Mr. Babbage: I am enclosing ':.ru! 11 I - Mrs. Amanda Rhodes, who has beeh spending several weeks with friends 1 and relatives in this vicinity returned ,ast Monday. Traps Constitute the Safest and Best Means of Getting Rid of "on,f Misses Clyde and Jewel Wilson Rats and Mice Around the House Poison Most Ef "4 were visiting their grandparents, Mr. fective for Use in the Open. and Mrs. Joel Wilson, of Grayson county, for several days last week. Mrs. Clyde Hicks, who was quite Four alien enemies have caused the that many of these small native aui indisposed for several days is able to as mals destroy numerous iniurious ro- - be out again. nconle of this couutrv ns nmrr tli .in T.'ill tiativi' drtits and arc thus an tn tlir nutrli tn Mr. Henry Carman a very highly rogues. The damage by the former is country. An occasional skunk, mink, esteemed citizen and neighbor has estimated at $200,000,000 annually and or fox docs commit depredations in been stricken with paralysis and is by the latter at $300,000,000 annually, the poultry yard, but that is merely a very low at this writing. 1 Mrs. George Glasscock, who is with s The chief alien enemies arc the case of an individual gone wrong and house mouse and three kinds of rats, punitive measures should be directed her daughter, Mrs. Will Dunn, is very The introduced European hare is ,also against the individual and not against complaining this winter! proving injurious in sonic localities, the species. They are also in many Mr. and Mrs. Will Rhodes and The natives arc the more than 7."0 places very destructive to game and family, celebrated Washington's birth-- , day by dining with her father, Mr. J. kinds of rodents that inhabit this con- - arc then destroyed as vermin. Natural Enemies That Help. tincnt north of Mexico. W. Storms and brothers. Now, all of the T.'iO are, or may be- The natural enemies of the rodents ' Rev. Joseph Odendahl attended the come, depredators, though many ot may do a great deal toward protecting hrst solemn high mass celebrated by jff them arc only mildly and occasionally the tarmer, but they cannot always, Kev. Oscar roole, at Leitchheld, last sn. a is slinwn liv thn fart flint In- - of ronrsp. do rnonoh. Tlip 1ittnW. Tnesdav. RejrarHlpss of snow and cold cpthpr tlipv aromnlisli nnlv nnp and minks wpaspls and fnvps wilt crpf a a lartrp rrnwd Aras nrpspnt. Tt i J 1 A banquet was served in the loca1 times the damage caused by good many of the rats and mice in t the four alien rodent pests. For the but they cannot be expected to make opera house to the Rev. Clergy and aliens are in nracticallv every house, the fields and even around the barn, friends by the Rood dcodIc of St. every barn, every mill, every elevator, a clean-ueven there and, of course Joseph's, Leitchficld, who never do every storehouse, over most ot the they can accomplish nothing against any thing by halves country, while the natives run largely rats and mice in the house, mill or A beautiful gofd chalice and a check in the fields, ranges and woods. store. There artificial means have to for $100 was presented to the newly be employed. Native Rodents Bad Too. ordained priest. Some of our native rodents are very Rev. Oscar Poole is the oldest son Gulliotine Trap Is Best bad citizens such as the prairie dog, The United States Department of of Mr. Lum Poole and Emma Hays the pocket gropher. the ground squir- - Agriculture, through the Bureau of Poole, residing in Grayson county. e rcl. Even that ancient rival of the Biological Survey, has devoted a great He is the grandson of old uncle Weather Bureau, the groundhog, deal of study to methods of rodent Poole and aunt Jaqe Mattingly sometimes causes great damage, control. Poison has been found the Poole, who lived and died in Breckin1 crunching corn like a litter of shoatcs potent weapon against such rodents ridge county and were buried in the or ....... ...y itnu'M ...a...... or snv Itpans as livp in flip nnpn . 1,it W.J a rnlp It old rpmpfprv at .t Anthrtnv's Avfpt ... aL., ns a. ..(.a. ., wa mowillfr ......a. alfalfa awa. a.aaa. w a' aaaaawaaj a. ..aaa....aj .'w, arwaaia.. a.w aaaw ..a.a like a herd of steers. Against all these cannot be employed in houses where1 Miss Alma Carman spent a unremitting warfare should be waged people live or work. In such places 'night with her aunt, Mrs. Henry Car- unremitting or at least such occasional the trap is the safest and most during Mr. Larman s illness. warfare as is necessarv to hold them tain method of crodication and the Mrs. Lena Tucker invisted a few ' check. "guillotine" trap is recommended as special friends last Thursday to her But the case is quite different as to the best. It may be set almost any-- i home for dinner in honor of her certain other animals usually regardfurniture, behind behind band's. Dr. J. C. Tucker, birthday. It e ed as destructive the skunk, the boards against the wall or at the en- - was also little Emma Thomas weasel, the mink, the fox', and the of rat holes. Rolled oats is ton's birthday, who was present, badger. These are among the most recommended as usually the best bait, Those who accepted her invitation potent natural agents, says the United though if conditions are such that the were: Mrs. cBttie Hayes, Mrs. Dee States Uepartment of Agriculture. rodents are likely to have a surfeit of Bright. Mr. and Mrs Willie Comoton preventing an undue increase in mice, grain, the best bait may sometimes be Mrs, Amanda and Miss Margaret rats, ground squirrels, pocket gophers, meat, fish, or cheese, or even pastry. Rhodes and the like Some of these have been 1 he Hureau of Biological Survey of M 1. urantto and Miss riatherineji nuntc"' of co"rse. for their valuable the Department of Agriculture coop- ,)L'ts' m,t l',ej ?re m,nted a'so because cjates with the public in carrying out Dewitt, of Fairvicw, Okla., purchaseqlty, they are considered the enemies of systematic campaigns against animal a license, went to the parson's, were' domestic animals and game. Cogniz- - pests, including rodents, and invites married, and then caught a train for ance nas not iieen taken ot the tact correspondence on the subiect Uklahoma Lity all within 35 minutes. LOSS OF $200,000,000. two-thir- ds apt I t . , J p Jim-mi- n - a aa aa fort-4,0- 00 cer-ima- n, 111 hus-whe- re Comp-tranc- 11 I I ll T": RELIABLE y, MauJbeOarBant inkforJou Maybe your present banking connection isnot just what . you think it should be. Maybe their handling of your business indicates an indifference to your best interests. Maybe that evidence of friendly feeling, which should exist between banker and customer, is ' lacking. , Breckinridge -- Bank of Cloverport beThe lieves in cultivating the friendship of each depositor and handling the business with courtesy, promptness, dispatch. Maybe our bank is the best bank for you. - te. I m2& fc1 , ' FO- "" ..:'. ' FIFTV - YEARS I Mllrnn Ml ;- tt I i bt Be-caus- e g. RAT-SNA- l before, succeed RAT-SNAP- ." without "R-38- ",