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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 16, 1921 8 VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, INFANT DIES OF SCARLET FEVER Two Year Old Son of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pryor; Burled In Cave Hill. Forrcst Coleman Pryor. died Sun- day, March 0th, of scarlet fever at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs. i. w. Pryor, in Louisville, Ky. He was two years and three months . oI(, and thc onIy clliIl, Thc f was private and burial took place in thc Cave Hill cemetery. I Pages No. 38 KNOCKED IN HEAD WITH WAGON SPOKE ALL DAY MISSION ARY MEETING COUNTY FARM BU- - DIES SUDDENLY OF , REAU MEETING SPINAL MENINGITIS. DESCRIBING BOUNDS IS NOW . Little Margaret Henninger, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Henninger. f.x I i. Margaret, the three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Henninger, of Irvington, died Thursday March 3, Father Informed of Advances of .spinal meningitis. She was taken Geographical Lines Largely On Daughter, Immediately sick at 11 p. m. Wednesday and died Since World War Thursday :i:4." n. m. The Methodist Woman's Mission and Lessons Must be The Breckinridge County Farm Bu- - Thc funeral services were conduct- Seeks Revenge. The infant's parents formerly liv- - ary Society held an all day meeting reau through its buying committee cd at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon by Enraged when his daughter told Ji1. '" Cloycrport. Mrs. Pryor was at the home of Mrs. I), B. Phelps on 'met at their headquarters last Satur- - Rev W. L Baker of the Methodist pIacc '" thc'. In tI,c oId geographies, thc bound-(:v,,u".aI , him of advances made by Robert M,s Ela Rob in soil, daughter of Mr. Monday of this week Mrs Shelby purchasing "V CeAar. of and c Gutheric, confectioner, of Fordsvillc, a!1( Mrs- H- T- Robinson, of this Conrad, thc new president had worked ........... . :. nt?0'. Margaret was a of the countries in states was one , ,,llllv; a very ueaimmi aim attractive little girl, exercises which pupils be Jesse Sarver, merchant of Vanzant, clt'; up a splendid program and the interest Tvi ui Robinson and Mr wigwi turn .Breckinridge County, went to Fords- - ,,Mrs-'Hi.came proticient through lone and was at high tide throughout the day. panics in tnc country iciuiuu regular practice. For nianv decades. were present. villc, Monday, and seeking out Gutli- - Murray Pryor, of Howell, Ind After devotional service the regular Thc purchasing committee of the Buthose boundries were (irmly fixed and struck him on the head with a tended thc funeral. unchanged but with the ending of the business was taken up at eleven-thirtwagon spoke. Gutheric was not killed reau, announced that they would re war and the Peace Conference and the outright but is now at thc point of The most important item of the ceive scaled bids from each company grcgraphers were forced to revise the death. morning session was the appointing of aillt would hnv their fertiliser fm, Also as a result of the lessons of daughter, who Sarver's an early morning prayer meeting for' the lowest and' best bidder. Bids were' old limitations of territory, is a student in Fordsvillc Graded Volunteers for Christian Service. This handed in by the following companies:; Wife of J. C. Ryan, Died Last the war, the citizens of America have School, claims that Gutheric enticed been able to revise thc limitations Her into his store and made some ad uncling win uc neici at tne cmircn on Rca,i Phosphate Co., Nashville. Tenn.; which bound them. Each still is Wednesday; Buried in the vances unbecoming a gentleman. This Good Friday beginning at C::io and' price Chemical bounded on one side by the high cost is alleged to have occurred sometime Defeats Among continuing until 8::i. All christian Armour & Co.. Co., Louisville. Ky.; Discovered of living, on another by his limit of Lamb Cemetery. Louisville, kv: Vir. nc iaincr icaructi 01 me iasi wcck. i ' earning capacity on a third by his matter and went to Fordsvillc, MonChemical Co . 'cincin- School Children Treated by women of the town are invited to en community, family day, Not knowing thc accused he askI'us service. Sk. elegant luncheon was served at nati. Ohio ; International Agricultural On last Wednesday evening at 0:20 duty to his Milt. Ill nethisinrnriie and lija hilllSL'lf. nn ed, Arthur Smith, who is in business County Health Boards. the noon hour, after which Mrs. Bal- - Corporation. Cincinnati, Ohio,; Inter- - o clock, Mrs. Molhc Ryan, wife of boundary on the fourth side is not a near Gutheric's confectionery, to indrulgc led devotions and business was national Agricultural KJa" ' lomnsport, uieu ot the hard and fixed limitation. Corporation, troduce him. Smith, knowing nothLouisville, Ky. March 5. As an il- resumed. 'Montgomery, Ala. After examining c"cc!s a." apoplctic stroke. SheW Through saving and safe invest- ing of Sarver's intent, made thc intro-. .um a3 inent opportunity ior expansion is " financing me worK lor the year tne imis tnc contract was let to Ar- - ,' '." ",' "". duction. Instead of offering his hand. lustration of the importance of thc unlimited. Sarver reached behind him and pro work that is being done in the schools' ana the election of a delegate to the inour & Co. In this, connection t ",K. "i",S"IV " inc late Koan Clark, of vauneiton. Wise spending, economy, saving duced a wagon spoke, which he had of the six counties of Kentucky that- annual meeting at Owensboro were might be proper to say that the price anir Rj'an vvas twice married. Her and wise investment are no less ime county health de- the most important items. Several of fertilizer is in a very unsettled r concealed in his hip pocket a nd ex- - maintain , , portant in determining the net in- tendintr nn under h! pnnt nnd struck partments, Dr. P. V. Covington, dir- - women agreed to attend by the day condition. Farmers would not stand ,' hifsband. Prof. arnes, ot Lan-t for the nrire pivrn nut nt iti- - ctnrt nclton. lived only a few years Smcs tunic wi.ui inc earning capacity wnicu Gutheric a teriflic blow unon the head, cctor of the Bureau of County Health and Mrs. Eldrcd A. K.ihli.iiri. Work of the State Board of Health, elected thc delegate with Airs. Conrad which was about $:il per ton after- - her marriage to J. C. Ryan she Ins provides the gross amount. The a- Soon after made her home in Vv Sarver went to committing of the deed,- today made public here thc 1920 figur-to- n Sippcl as alternate. oliinsport. hc mount which it is possible to save words reduced to $28. Dr. Denthe office tJt-Thc social service tonic for the The Farm Bureau has lowered all "as a oevoui mcmiicr 01 tnc .u. ii. must he determined bv each individ- and requested him to attend the cs, on the number of school children ccm - iually, but in the of that injured man, which the physician did. that were inspected and the number quarter "Farm Tenancy" was discuss- these prices and it will be well for ' sum no matter how large or how found defective in those six counties. ed with an interest that showed the fanners at once to sec the agents of im'n,tJ' activities He then went to Town Af.irr.li.i1l Wal. Mrs- Ry.a" was a woman of broad imall the U. S. Government stands women were getting uneu up tor the Bureau who are taking orders for Inese hgurcs were as follows ter Burden, and had himself nlacetl Daviess county, 3,000 children in- -, the new responsibilities devolving up- - carload lots. It is to be regretted very Clut"rt: a,'u sympathy, and loved iy a ready and willing to offer assistance under arrest. He soon gave bond and spectcti, 3,288 children found defective, on them for thc betterment of condi- - much that some interests seem jppOS' . trge circle of n friends. Of thc illimcd:.- throuuh the issue n( nnvnrmn,til was released. tr n ,UU1U intt lu ..n..M.. u yd county, 1.43.) children inspect-- 1 tions in our country. The rest of the eel to the farm uureau or any other ','itnti imiiF in-is a married man and has Gutherie l"" savings raccunties range '""". afternoon was nrofitablv taken tin organizations of farmers who buy "" ine luisiianu. anci ner these securities rliilHren Sanw U nlin.it tliirtv cd. 990 children found defective. in amqunt three verna aaiuicrs. from the 25 cent Tin ift Stamp .ind the Scott county, 3,821 children inspect-- . with the presentation of tne dook fertilizer and other goods needed in ,eEi, vears of ace. HartfnrH Herald. morn- - $.- War Savings Stamp to the $1P0 and women and Missions studied by the the operation of farms in large quan - '. l"c '""eral was held ed, number found detective not reclass. titles and at wholesale prices. We tin- - '"B al '"e resilience anu me interment si.ouo ireasuiy savings Lertihcates. e Robert Gutherie, age the ported. They Other all day meetings will be held derstand that sonic of these interests ,01k. place m ,1,e Lam" cemetery in All are safe and profitable Harlan county, 1,990 children mFordsvillc confectioner, who on Mon- during the spring and summer bring sure and regular interest at 4 spect, 130 children found defective. are inclined to cut under any price Tobinsport. day was struck over the head with a per cent compounded quarterly. Muhlenberg county, 2,991 children terest in the work is growing and new tnc rami uureau may establish in snnke and nrnhahlv fatallv If you bound your state in life with wounded by Jess Sarver, a merchant inspected, 1,487 children found defec-- j members arc added from time to time order to cripple the organization and SHERIFF'S SALE these savings securities vou have an as the church is being won to thc renect discredit upon it. i of Vanzant. Breckinridge countv. af- - tive Mason county, 1,438 children work. FOR TAXES clastic boundry which will expand It is well known now. that the Farm' ter Sarver heard that he had enticed Bureau has brought down the price' (wun your expansion anil Keep pace twelve year old daughter into his spected, 419 children found defective, w ith your growth m indusary, ability ot fertilizer, field seeds, and other These inspections were made with MRS. SARA RANDALL confectionery and made unbecoming Notice is hereby given that I or. and capital. remarks to her, recovered conscious- - particular reference to flic condition ATTENDS INAUGURATION! commodities to an astonishing degree. And if their system of buying can bci.lle ot '": deputies, will, on Monday. ness about 5 o'clock Thursday after- - o( the eyes, nose .throat and ears and between eliminated, ??'"?, will at mire nn the 28th'r. day of noon, and according to Dr Denton, for any condition that might handi-whRESOLUTIONS Mrs. Sara Puckette Randall, former' P Hn ... n . v ,n. Hk ...x f, , . iii i iirr iirii'iiiHi uniiri'v i ii ivirin is attending him has a chance to cap the mental development of the - Mill ' door, in Hardinsburg. .7aWeAV' .I"aH?.u!? gLa"?rV,le in wasn- - Bureau therefore eaniestlv requests Kentucky e recover. Gutherie had been uncon- - child examined. Permanent record nun ui i resiueiu narumg Resolutions of respect expose to to the ,;, . that its members will stand to their highest bidder real public sale against Mrs. C. W. Hamman. on death of scions since the blow was dealt him was Kepi oi uic ncigm mu wc.gm of .. Mrr,, ,,i, ., estate orKa"ization and purchase their fer- over thc right temple. Sarver was the children for comparison purposes., '"S guest Ot .ir. JOllll Fisrnir Priv-lt. i:,.,. .,mll1 ,i Rnr.nn Whereas, our Heavenly Father in which taxes are due as follows, the hnnrl. hut it :. Parents of children found defective nlaren imnrier is amount to be raised being set opposite His divine wisdom deemed it wise to h- -e .P.the name of persons from whom it call from earth to Heaven on FebRESOLUTIONS uuue unless uuuicnc uics. vjweus ter of desricption to her mother, Mrs. ruary the tenth, Nineteen Hundred is due: boro Messenger. Margaret Puckette of this city: and Twenty-Onsister Anna Pearl Francis Allen. Land for the MUSICAL PROGRAM "Well, the great even happened "Who plucked that flower." cried ' year 1918 $ 3.82 Hamman, SATURDAY AFTERNOON yesterday and I in glad it s all over, the gardner. His fellow servant ans- - Wiley Board. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT Be it resolved first: Land for the ' Hardiinsburg, March 15, (Special) Mr. Harding sure did have a wonder-- 1 wered, "The Master," and the gardner' That we bow submissively to His :i.2!) year 1917 A musical entertainment will be giv- ful day for his inauguration. It was held his peace. Mr.. and Mrs. C. F. Tinius, of Route will, and thank Him for her useful G. P Board. Land,' Balance on 2, announce the arrival of a nine en at the Methodist church on Satur- clear and sunshiny, though pretty cold It is with sadness and sorrow that and beautiful life 4 pound daughter. Pearl Annetta, Who day afternoon, March 19, at 3:00 o'- In spite of the omission of the parade we ire called upon to place upon the G. taxes year 1918for She was a faithful Christian, and E. Cole, Land the year clock. arrived March 14 ball, etc , the town was simply packed minutes of our societj resolutions on 8.14 gave liberally of her time and means 1917. 1918 The entertainers are local children tho all flags were at half mast because the death of Myrtle Johnson. Her to the cause she loved so well. Land APPLICANTS FOR THE between the ages of six and twelve of Champ Clark's death. The reserved passing away March (ith has left a Robert Hardin,1920 - for the Second. That in her death this -year 1918. HARDINSBURG POST OFFICE. and are under the direction of Mrs. seats were very limited and you had vacancy that will be hard Jo fill She Sam Mercer. church has lost a faithful and valiant Land for the year A. Babbage. A free will offer to have tickets for them and the was loyal to her church and Sunday Eldred 27.74 member, and one who was ever inter- 1919. 1920 The following persons are appli- - ing will be asked, thc entire amount tickets of course were not for sale, but school faithful in the .society, a genial csted in the progress of God's king- j, p. xeafus. Land for the year cants for the Hardinsburg post office: of which will be given to the Parent- -' rc givcn to cach member. Senator. scnooi mate, every reauy to lenn a .1.14 Horn. 1918 Dennic Sheeran, Herbert Hall. Mrs Teacher Association. etc No member had over four tickets helping hand. Yes we miss her but Mrs. Susan M. Tucker. Land for Resolved. That we tender our heart i Everyone is invited. Media Haswell and G. D. Shellman Mr. McDuffy was perfectly lovely to what of thc home over which the dark ----:i.f2 felt sympathy and Christian support the year 1918 to the bereaved family. While your John and gave him two tickets so pall of death was unfurled when the Gcorg Ball. Town Lot for the we were mighty close to the Presi- angel of death entered silently and 7.10 hearts are torn with grief. He is ever year 1918 willing and able to sustain in the hour dent. Couldn't have been more than whispered to Myrtle. "Your mission Lave Henning, Town Lot for twelve feet away, which was certainly on earth is finished come up higher 3.4 r of trial, and guide through the dark the year 1918 If.!!.?.!! .T.n!! !?.?,? .y.T.T .TT iiiWff Hlfiiiifl y""",",".""."'.,""""""'l a privilege. Theodore Roosevelt. Jr., that you may lead others by your M J Thomas. Town Lot for valley. was within a foot of me Wouldn't example and work that will follow As God's children you will soon 4 17 the year 1918 you think from his pictures, that he you." J. B. CARMAN. S B. C. meet again in the realms beyond was a great big husky man? Well he Therefore Resolved: That we bow where there is no more sorrow, no isn't, he is mighty diminutive. submissively to thc will of our heaven- JUDGE LAYMAN more tears, no more parting. The inauguration was rather solemn ly Father. Resolved, That a copy of these reRUNNING EASY. solutions be spretd on the minutes of and beautiful. It was expected to take That we extend sympathy to the place about 12 o'clock, but it didn't bereaved loved ones to whom she the church, a copy be sent to the famCircuit Judge J. R. Layman, Eliza- - ily and a copy be published in The start until about 2 or after. You see meant so much. Resolved: That a copy of these reso- - bethtown, who presides over Hardin, Breckcnridge News. the 60th, Congress had to be absolutebely up lutions be sent to the family. A copy Grayson, Meade and Breckinridge Ju- wound and dead Miss Evelyn Hicks Mrs. J. W. Collins fore the new administration could placed on record in our society, and a dicial District, was in Louisville, last Mrs. Ethel O. Hills. Cbm. copy sent to The Breckcnridge News week on his way to hold court at start. Hardinsburg, in the latter county. Harding took his oath on the Cap- for publication. j Judge Layman, who is seeking MR. AND .MRS. DOWELL itol steps, and by the aid of an ampliCommittee: Cecil Gregory tion and Democratic renomination fier his speech could be heard for 4 Christina Keil ENTERTAIN TO DINNER. of a mite. It is a little electrical machMablc Whitehead, said that politics was being very little dicussed in his section and that there ine that rested on the stand in front Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dowell gave a Your important papers and valuaappeared to be fewer candidates for dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. and of him and carried his voice to the BUY FIVE HOUSES ON MULBERRY STREET. 'the various offices than usual. While Mrs. Sarette. who will leave for Vir- thousands standing around. bles placed in a safe deposit box at the did not say so, Judge Layman haslginia. in a few days. Those present After the oath was taken the Marine Judge J. R. Layman and Lon Keith 'no opposition or is it likely that hcwere: Mr. and Mrs. Sarctte, Mr. and band played the "Star Spangled Banthis bank are absolutely safe. Our ner" and all the men stood with hats completed the purchase last week of will have any. It is also understood Mrs. Lewis McCoy and two children, It is also new vault is fire-prooff, and not a sound was heard. Then five houses, occupied by colored per- - that IJtnry DeHaven Moorman, of Mr. and Mrs. John Drane, Mr. and cicar Mrs. Hubert Tate and two children, came his address. It was a wonderful ons. situated on Mulberrv street. Two Hardinsbitri;. win be given burglar-pro- of the only burglar-pro- of speeh and if he means it we will have houses were bought from Mrs. R. B.' field for the Democratic nomination Mr. and Mrs. Allie Tate and two child- himself as Common- - rcn, Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Tate and a glorious administration. He is cer- Green and Mrs. Horace Hays and one to succeed safe deposit vault in the tainly against the League and says each from Mrs. Samuel Fischer, John. wealth's Attorney. Louisville Times. ' two children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dowell and three children, Mr. and county. 'abnormal prices can be reduced and Tyler, colored and Jesse Alexander, Mrs. Taylor Tate and two children. they must.' That sounds good doesn't colored STATE LIME PUL-VEA bountiful dinner was served and it? The purchasers have a frontage of AT WORK. the afternoon was spent in playing Poor Mr. Wilson rode to the Cap- 294 feet on Mulberry street They exDon't take chances with your initol with the inaugural party, but he pect to raze the houses, and offer the County Farm Agent, J. W. Harth and singing. surance policies, deeds, receipts and had to be lifted into the machine. He vacant lots for sale. reports good work being done by the has no control over one side of his Mr Keith had acquired a State Lime Pulvcr. The machine has FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION other valuables. Put them in a safe which been on the farms of the following ORGANIZED AT HARDINSBURG body. It's very sad to think how he interest in the seven acre-trahas broken himself down in the ser Tudce Lavmati bought several weeks farmers and pulverized over 1,000 tons deposit box here and KNOW that On last Saturday there was a Farm vice of his people, Everyone says he (ago from Mrs. Faftnic Robertson for They are: Frank Ruppert, Coleman they are SAFE. $2,500. will not live long, hlizabethtown News. Payne, Shelby Tucker, Wilson Davis, Loan Association organized with 20 The White House grounds audi Ray Basham, P. D. Milner, Thos Cal- stockholders, of farmers who have Mansion are wide open to the people DAVE STARKS LOOSES lahan, Austin Arms, O. A. Brown, made application for loans amounting to over $70,000. BARN AND TOBACCO. Dr. D. S. Sphire and E. O. Frank. as in the days of Roosevelt,, lhis p. The rental charge Ss only $2.00 a The officers m .as I came from work there were The machine is on a circuit this man, president; are: H. Dell. MoorCome in and, reserve your year. 1 Wilson Davis, vice A tobacco barn belonging to Dave week visiting farmers, who need lime several hundred people on the lawn and the big iron gates were wide open Starks, of Skillman was completely around Kirk, McQuady and Glen president. The directors are, Tice Mil;. box today. Hi with not even a guard at the gates. destroyed by fire a few days ago. Mr. Dean. The machine has a capacity of ler, H. DeH. Moorman, Charley Butler and P. D Milner. That is going to make a big hit with Starks had his entire crop of tobacco about 25 tons a day. N Loan Committee, F. C. Ruppert, Tice in the barn at the time it burnt. The the people." Hancock Clarion. origin of the fire is unknown but is Miller and W. C Moorman. George CHINA FAMINE FUND E. Bess, secretary and treasurer. & believed to have been caused by lightCo. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Bank of i ning. Haroinsburo, Ky. g H Contributions sent in from BreckWANTED TO BUY AT ONCE. Mr. Starks reently moved from his The Board of Supervisors for Breckinridge County is in session at farm to the Lee farm near Midway inridge county, Ky. Eight bred sows to farrow within Hardinsburg. this week. The members and was not at the place when the Methodist church Kingswood $ S.00 1.00 next two months. Only good stock of the board are: V. D. Bennett. W. ham burnt. It is estimated that the Anonymous, Kingswood - HJI T. Dowell, Gus Shellman, Henry Cary, barn and tobacco was worth about1 Church, Custer - - - -- - - 100 considered. Good registered Jack for t 2 25 sale, 9330. Write S. S. England, Tob- Mount Zion church Kingswood Dick Perkins, H. C. Gilbert and Mc SfiOO. nartlv covered bv Insurance. Harry Newsom, Clovcrport, Ky. 23 00 insport, Ind. H. Quiggins, clerk. Hancock Clarion. - Held at Home of Mrs. D. B. Sealed Bids Received on FertilPhelps. Mrs. E. A. Babbage izer; Contract Let to" Armour & Co. at $28 Per Ton. Elected Delegate to O'boro". DIFFICULT Lr,l! .,,.v,. i. if-V- ,0, ig Z - - , at-eri- e, MRS. RYAN OF y. HEALTH BOARD TOBINSPORT DIES: i WORK IN SCHOOLS ginia-Caroli- i bil-i:iii- ' J," ,' -- full-tim- u-.- i 1 safc-cuardin- ir - 1 I . . ". i- - "-- . " . sicp-aaug- n- -, -, fifty-nin- -j ui-h- is , I o I e ,! uri&U!? ' ,,, tv i . Court-hous- ,."...: M e s2 ? -- r rz.rir1? aass iarrrsb. & e, 4-- J -- I i !! .T !! !! ABSOLUTE PROTECTION I j rc-el- e- 3-- I of. . R one-ha- lf ct 4 v t I I -- Hardinsburg Trust e E ' I PACK TWO THE d, IRECfcENRIDGK NEWS. CLOVEK'PORT, KENTUCKY and Miss Juanita Hickcrson spent Sunday with Miss Kathcrinc Curric Mr. and Mrs. H. S. English were the dinner guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Meyers, Sunday. Miss Fannie Eskridge was the Sunday guest of Miss Ma rid Morgan. Born to the wife of Mrs. J. P. Morgan, a girl, Grace Louise, March 11. , Bcl-lou, MARCH 1, 1M1 In the County HARDINSBURG Priday. Howard Hook returned from Brandenburg, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Rhodes left Saturday for Lcitclifield, where they will jnakc their future home. Mrs. Win. Simmous and cjiildrcn, Irvingtou, have returned after a visit with her parents, Mr, and Mrs, N. II. P. M. Ilashani who spent the weekend in Louisville has returned Mrs B. J. Robinson, of Louisville is visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. D. Beard, and Mr. Beard. Mike and Pat Mackcn and sisters, of Cleron, Iowa, who were the guests of their aunt. Mrs. Thomas' Ryan, left Friday for Glen Dean, to visit relatives Lon Glasscock spent the week-enin McDanicls. Rev. R. N Huntsman and Mrs Huntsman attended the funeral of Mrs. Huntsman's brother, at Scotts-villKy., last Tuesday have returned, A T. Beard made a business trip to Clovcrport, Tuesday. Mrs. Elizabeth Narroway, of Coscy-villhas returned home after a visic with her nephew, Joe Harth, and Mrs. Harth. Mrs. W. F. Hook, of Louisville, has moved to the May property on West Mton, St. Mrs. Sallic M. Beard and son Franklin Beard, have returned from Louisd c, Mrs. K. L. kohiuson and Mrs. Walter Moorman ami daughter, of Glen Dean, were the guests of relatives VatIington. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of spent a few days of last week with relatives here. ' Woodrow, the week-enR. F. Mattingly, John Alexander and Wilson Davis were in Louisville, RVINGTON last week. Mrs. Harry Bell, of Guston, was Charlie Ramsey, of Hudsonvillc, spent the week-enwith Mr. and Mrs the guest of Mrs. A. D. Ashcraft. Miss Eva Carrigan spent Sunday in Mac Quiggius. Rev. Roe filled his regular appointGuston, with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bate Hcrndon have ment at the Methodist church Sunda returned home after spending the win- His sermon Sunday night was the first of a scries of sermons to the ter with their children. Mrs. M. Green and her daughter, young people and was especially good. ViC Pile was in Louisville on busiMiss Helen Board, were in Louisville, ness, last week. shopping, Monday. Rev. Kellogg Smith and L. D. TuckMrs. Percy Henderson was in er went to McCoy, Sunday to sec Mr. Louisville, Friday on business, Mrs. Sue Frymirc and family have Ticc McCoy, who is very ill The Cumberland Presbyterian moved to Ekron. with Mrs. C. L. Bruingtou. The Missionary Society of the Baptist church meets with Mrs. Mary siouary Society will meet Thursday Mr. and Mrs Steve Pulleu, of MadMunford, Tuesday afternoon at ::i(). Mrs. Addic Brown and daughter, rid, arc visiting Mrs. Pullcn's parents, Mary, arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Gray. d Mrs. Rcdus Lyon, of Michigan, formerly of this place. Lon Gregory returned to Illinois. Tuesday after a month's visit with his brothers, Thomas and L. D. Gregory. Raymaud Stansbcrry returned last week from South Bend, Ind. Miss Louise Moorman was the guest Sunday of her cousin, little Frances Hcnningcr. It being her first birthday. Mr. "and Mrs. Shcllie Shumate and baby, of Woodrow, were guests Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Shumate. Ava-bcllc Born to the wife oft Mr, Alvis a boy, Earl Harding. 3TEPHENSPORT Dr. 0. E. Ferguson was in Louisville, part of last week. vD, R. Pusey, of Bartlcs, was in LODIBURG Brown. Mrs. Junius Stith and son, Eugene, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Hutch-in- s, of Glasgow. Miss Evelyn Bramlcttc has returned home after an extended visit with her sister, of Nashville. Revcllc Williams spent the weekend in Louisville with his father. Miss Mildred Brown is slowly im- GARFIELD Mrs. Carlton Atcr and baby, of Lodiburg, came Sunday night to visit her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Taylor Comptou. Miss Lydia Macy visited relatives at Hardinsburg, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCoy and baby, of Hardinsburg, were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byrn McCoy, last week before leaving for Illinois, where they expect to reside. Air. and Mrs. Clint Davis were in Hardinsburg, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Davis and three children, Mrs. John Marshall and son, of McQuady, were guests of Mrs. Fannie Bruncr, Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Amos Wood and son, and Mrs. Pies Wood were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cladue Shumate, Thursday, the occassion being Mr. Shu. mate's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith and Mr. Lawrence Wren, visited Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aleck May, of Olaton, last week. Steve Davis, of Woodrow, was here Wednesday enroute to Guston, to visit his brother. Mr. and Mrs. Asia Norton and little daughter, of Norton's Valley, were guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Jim Kennedy, last week. Word has been received here by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marr of the death of their little granddaughter, who was the ten year old daughter of Mr. and proving. Mr. e, Fcmburg spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cortland Trent. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Withers spent several days with her mother, Mrs. Tom Blythc. Mrs. Ira Thompson and Mrs. Ray Thompson, of Guston, were guests of Mrs. W. F. Godfrey, Monday. Mr. Clcve Ross and family have move,d to Irvington. Rev. B. D. Loyd filled his regular Curb Trent and Mrs. Moyd ' ville. appointment Sunday. at the Baptist church, GALLEY NO 10 Mrs. C. C. Brock and children, of Harncd, were the guests of her sister. Mrs, David Penick, and Mr. Penick Tuesday and Wednesday. W. F. Hook left Sunday for Louis-ville. Allan Gutheric is visiting his brother, Robt. Gutherie, and Mrs. Gutheric, of Fordsville Rev. J. Odcndahl, of Glen Dean, was here Friday. Mrs. Nettie Phelps is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. D. Becler, and Mr. Beeler, of Kirk. P. M. Beard who was in Louisville, has returnon business, the week-en- d ed. Mrs. W. C. Moorman has returned from a weeks- - stay in Louisville Joe Glasscock of McDanield, visited his brother, Lon Glasscock, and Mrs. Glasscock., Tennessee. Mr and Mrs. Homer Pile, of Mook. have moved to their property on West Main St. J. H. Gardner, who has been ill for ten days is improving Miss Edith Edith Davis a student of the High school was the guest of 1 Mrs J. O. Chapin was in Louisville. Monday. ., Mr. Alfred Hemdon is here visitand Mrs. Bate ing his parents, Mr. Hemdon. Miss Helen Board has returned to Logan College after spending a few days with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gibbons are renting a part of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan's home. Mr Gibbons is one of the supervisors of the Federal Highway. Mrs. Bcttic Roberts is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bennct, of Custer. Wallace Ashcraft spent the weekend in Guston with his grandmother, lrc Vnniiip Rnliertson. Mrs. C. C. Carter was in Louisville, shopping, Monday. Alton Marshall spent several days in Bewleyvillc, last week. Miss Katie Chitwood is here visit ing friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bandy were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elihu McCoy. Friday. How Big New York Grocery Firm Keeps Down Rats. Vroome & Co., Butter & Cheese Merchants. New York City, says: "We in our cellar all the P keep time. It keeps down rats. We buy it bv the gross, would not be without it." P because rats Farmers use pass up all food for Three sizes, a.'.c. Cic, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co . Cloverport. Ky., and B. F. Beard & Ky. AdvertiseHardinsburg, Co , RAT-SNARAT-SNARAT-SNAP. Milton Basham, of Louisville, was town, Saturday. the guest of Miss Willie Mac Deacon Airs. Eliza Board, of Clovcrport, was in town, Saturday. last Sunday. Miss Delia Deacon, of Louisville, is Freddie Dicckman, of Lodiburg, is at home visiting her parents, Mr. and the guest' of his cousins, Clovis MorAirs. D. E. Deacon, this week. gan and Chester Dicckman. Mrs. W. B. Keys and son, Julian, Airs. Dan Wardrip and baby returnEva Payne, Marda and Claude Parke, ed Friday from, a visit with relatives Elva and Dillcn Payne were the din- at Sample and Mystic ner guests of Miss Mildred and Eldcn Harold Hawkins, of Uniontown, is Parr, last Sunday. the guest of his brother, Richard Roscoc Deacon, of Frymirc was in Hawkins, and other relatives. Lodiburg, last week.. Airs. John AlcCoy was called to Miss Willie Mac Deacon was the Island, Ky., Friday on account of the week-en- d guest of her brother, Mr. illness of her mother. and Mrs. Roscoc. Deacon, of Frymirc Alisscs Eva and Eliza Alay, of Miss Ada Pearl Payne was the din- Clovcrport, were Sunday guests of ner guest of Miss Lucille Keys, last Airs. W. J. Dicckman. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kcown, of Miss Magdalene Bassctt was the Clovcrport spent Sunday with Mr. week-en- d guest of Mrs. Alice Smith, and Airs. Miller Rollins. of Sugartrcc Run. Aliss Kate Brumficld, of Sample, Thanks, Miss Tomer for sending in was the week-en- d guest of Aliss NanRock Me To Sleep, Mother, Rock Me nie Lee Bryant. To Sleep. I will send in the answer. H. A BashaTn and daughters, Aliss Mrs. Effic Skillman and daughter, Ola and Blanche, were guests of rela Miss Georgia, of Mystic, visited Mrs. tives at Alystic, Sunday. Nannie Payne, last Saturday. Air. and Airs. Herman Dicckman Mrs. Ellen Miller spent the week- and family were guests of relatives end with her niece, Mrs. A. J. Dye, here last week, before leaving for of Stcpbensport. Alomouth, III., where they will re Mrs. Delia Roberts, of Stephens-por- t, side. visited her sister, Mrs. Bud Allen Barbec, of Akron, Ohio, is the Dowcll, of Clifton Mills, last week. guest of Ins father, N. G. Barbec. Mr. and Mr. Mercer Basham and Air. Cashman, of Louisville, was the son Harrel Lee, visited Mrs. Basham's guest of his sons, W. C. Cashman parents, Mr. and Mrs M. P. Payne, and A. B. Cashman, last 'week. of Webster, last Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Joseph Odcndahl went to Le- banon, Monday" to attend Rev. Joseph Hoghcrty's forty hours crvicc. Unclcjimniic Spencer has been very much indesposed for some time with kidney trouble Mr. and Airs, Edward Tucker and Louise Noblctt, little vutcd her daughter, Mrs. Dempster Kipcr, who was quite ill last Sunday. Mrs. Amanda Rhodes, of Grayson county, came last week to be the guest of Air. Will Rhodes and family until after Easter. , Air. Harry Storms was on the sick list last week. Airs. Louis tMay and daughter, Frances, of Louisville, have been visiting her mother, Airs. Alargaret Cannon, als6 her sister, Airs. Anna Bowlds, and attended church at St. Anthony's, Axtcl. last Sunday. Friends of Air. Ticc AlcCoy, of AlcCoy, arc very sorry to hear of his serious illness. He was taken very suddenly and serious, last week and we understand his doctor says today there is no chance for his recovery. Little Alaydalcnc Critchclow, of Rod, is spending this week with her aunt, Airs. Gordon Rhodes. The cooing of the plaintive dove and the voice of the dismal frog; together with the pleasant sunshine and bursting buds in and around Yellow Lake arc making the small boy hunt up his bait and fishing tackle. grand-daughte- r, MILD WINTER AND MORE FEED MAKE MORE POUNDS AT LESS COST. AMMONS Mr. L. J. Perkins and wife, who spent the winter in Louisville, have returned to their home here. H. S. English shipped a car load of stock last week. Misses Laura and Guffie Nelson The commercial cattle situation is encouraging. The mild winter and of feed have enabled the making of more pounds at less cost. Recently feeding cattle prices advanced considerably. Taking a general survey of the country there is a market shortage. Arizona is the only state that has more cattle than a year ago. That is on account of the fact that rangemen there contracted last year's crop to men, many of whom were unable to complete the deals. Some of the most important steer feeding YELLOW LAKE counties in Kansas and many other The little infant of Air. and Airs sections are far short of normal supn range counElza Alattingly was buried last Tues- plies. The day. try is extremely short on cattle. This Air, and Mrs. Jimmic Bowlds, of condition ought to make a fine deAfcQuady, were guest of Mr. Chas. mand for Shorthorn bulls and will, as soon as bankers take their thumbs off the screws. Shorthorn World. and Sunday. North-wester- m IIstrikeJ the same delicious ment. ai Reasonable Prices Have Come Back Again We can say this with full certainty now. While we were clearing out our old goods, and .manufacturers were clearing out their old goods to us, it told little about what prices would be when spick-span-ne- w HARNED CIGARETTE No cigarette has J. T. Surratt, who has been in West Virginia, for several months has returned home Will Davis, of McQuady, was in town Tuesday. Robert Weatherford was in Louisville, on business Tuesday and Wednesday. David Lucky Strike is the toasted cigarette. flavor as Lucky Strike. Because Penick, of Hardinsburg. spent Tuesday with Mr. and Airs. C. C. Brock. M y s 'fe The latest additions to the Normal are: Esther Manning, of Chenault; Anna Givcns. of Constantine, and Herschel AlcCoy, of Hamed. Air and Airs. Allie Weatherford and daughter, Virginia, of Cloverport. KviTi'tt Snetiror and Carl Davis were in Louisville, Friday and Saturday. goods were to be marked. PUBLIC SALE At Skillman, Kentucky Thursday, Mar. 24 We will sell to the highest and best bidder, the following property; 5 1 1 1 But now THE NEW GOODS ARE COMING IN, and most of the other new goods have been bought, and we know that PRICES ARE DOWN and permanently down, on practically everything you want to buy, and we are looking forward to a pleasant season of Spring selling; because our customers will be much happier in buying when everything is really worth the price paid for it again. A-W- Gathering merchandise for our customers to- day requires extreme vigilance and fullest knowledge of the lowering markets. We have been wide awake and cautious and courageous by turns. Now we are highly gratified with what he have accomplished, and each day we grow more eager for you to see and realize what we have done in your service. r.r . Marcs, 1 pair very fine. Mare Colt, 2 years old. pair Large Heavy Horses. Pair Mules. Finely-bre- d Saddle Horse, 4 years old, 1 Many of the new goods are here coming in every day. Better in quality variety lower in price. others are broader in That is why the store and worth while to visit. is daily more interesting Also, a large accumulation of Farming Utensils, Bin- ders, Mowing Machines, Wheat Drills Corn Planter, Rakes, Wagons, Disks, Harrows, Plows, etc. and some, Blacksmith's Tools. Terms of Sale: All sums under Ten Dollars, cash. Over that sum, 6 months credit with interest from date. Notes with approved security must be executed on day of sale. Sale will begin at 10 o'clock A. M. - .N . ' "Where Courtsey Reigns" S. W. ANDERSON CO. INCORPORATED OWENSBORO, KY JARBOE & SKILLMAN ShuiiraiUiira MARCH 18, 1M1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, AN'OLD WHITE SKIRT AN ECONOMY STORY. Have you an old white skirt which you thought ready for the rag bag? What it the matter with it? It is too tight around the hips Rip out the hem and if it is worn on the fold cut it off. Raise the skirt until it is large enough around the hips. Cut off the top and attach to an inner belt. Unless your old inner belt is as good as new buy a new one, for the inner belt often makes the success of failure of a skirt Even off the bottof ,and if not too short, fact it. Otherwise you will have to make a false hem. What is a false hem? It is merely a strip of cloth, straight or bias, as preferred, which is set on the bottom of tlic skirt to represent a hem (not a facing). It may be of the same or of contrasting material Use a plaid or a striped material add a touch to pockets or belt, and show your fi tends a brand new sport CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY HABIT FORMATION By Olive Roberts. PAGE THREE matter how good the intentions of the children are. they will lapse into the old ways after a few days. That is. when you will have to work. You will find that eternal vigilance on your part will be the price of your children's good habits When Mary comes home in a hurry to go out to play, she will throw her books on the nearest chair. Don't say, "Oh, well, she is little, and it is hard to remember all the time. I'll let it go this time." That i whesre you will fail. Ken though Mary has already gone away to play, she should be called back immediately and told in a kind manner, "You forgot your books today Put them away, and then you may go to play." One or two experiences of that kind will soon make Mary more careful. Third, repeat the desirable action as often as possible. We all know that the habit it most firmly fixed which we have been practicing longest Seize every occasion to perform the act which you wish fo become a habit, and its acquisition will tome all the ANNOUNCES BUSINESS PICKING UP Ford Says Worst of Depression Over; Calls Slack Business inDisarmament Drive. Detroit, March 0. Henry Ford today announced that business is picking up in his part of the country and that the rest of the United States should follow along very soon. "The condition which the country is just passing through ought to do more for world peace and disarmag ment than all the writing and and parleying in the worfd The-wabrought on a false prosperity. What has followed the war has proved it was false." said Mr. Ford. Plans for his new power project and factory at Green Island, near Troy, N. Y., are being whipped into 'shape. "The worst is over," said Mr. Ford, "with the country getting back to work and people beginning to buy, it will not take long for the situation to better. Uf course, it vill be different from the condition before the war. There will be more measures of economy in every way, but the volume of busincs will continually grow. "Our factories arc turning out at present about 3,000 automobiles and 200 tractors each day, which is pretty schedule, even with nearly .the the smaller number of men employed "Everyone should make up his mind that he must take a loss for a while, employers as well as workers," he added. "It is the only way to get business back where it belongs." Estimates from a reliable source place the number of men at work in the Highland Park Ford plant about 24,000 men, and at the tractor plant about G.000 men. speech-makinr pre-war CHICKEN FAT MAKES FINE PASTERIES - m ' w p DoesYour Money Back If n't Come Up to These Claims. Rat-Sna- P is absolutely guaran teed to kill rats and mice. Cremates P them. Rodent killed with leave no smell. Rats pass up all food Their first to get at comes meal is their last. in cakes. No mixing. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Three sizes, 35c, 03c, $1.25 Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport Ky., and B. B. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. Advertisement. RAT-bNARAT-SNARAT-SNAP. RAT-SNA- P Do you know you can roll from cigarettes tor w skirt. Is your skirt too large? Either take up the scams or rccut it into a new style. Or, perhaps the top is too worn to use any more. Put on a new yoke of similar material. In case you have no more of the old material use any white material and wear the skirt with middy blouses or one of the new long blouses. You might make a new middy blouse from the old skirt. Use the bottom of the skirt for the bottom of the blouse. Measure up the length desired and cut the top of the blouse by a plain waist pattern. Add sleeves, collar and belt of similar or contrasting material and you are ready for the next picnic. Docs Johnny need a new romper or a Sunday suit? Get out your pattern and arrange all of it on the unworn parts of the skirt before cutting. Make it all white or trim it with colored scraps from the useful rag bag. The material is strong enough to last Johnny a season and by that time he will have outgrown it. Or is it Mary that is in need? Make her a jumper dress to wear with thin white guimpes which you, can make from your old waists. But you have no Mary or Johnin and you don't need another middy c blouse? However, you do need a for your tailored suit and that old pique, linen, or madras skirt will furnish the very latest material. Use your old vestee for a patcrn or get a new style. Cut it double if you want it lined with the same material or line it with, lawn and have two vestees. Cover button molds with the same material, or use pearl or black bone buttons, and you have as stylish an article as you'll find in the shops and for a much smaller amount. And that green linen needs a new ollar and cuff set which you can cut from the old skirt. So take that old skirt out of the bag and look it over to see what wonders you .can perform. ves-tc- one bag of lucts HAPPY AT JAIL PROSPECTS Released Prisoner Stole Cash In Order to Be Returned. So sure Is old Hill Johnson thnt he Is going bnck to the penltentlnry In Lincoln, Nob., thnt he has shipped his trunk to Warden Kenton. Released from the state penltentlnry several months ago under protest. Bill went Immediately to the mayor and the chief of police, and finally to Governor Mclvelvie, demanding thnt he be sent back. At Inst he hit on n scheme. Obtaining employment with a publishing company, he disappeared from the oillce with $.'500 Later he surrendered at police head- i GENUINE Bull'Durham TOBACCO jk quarters. JtoJhKeaJimeexZj A workman in a Utah mining camp threw a bucket of water upon a sputtering electric wire. The electricity "played back" over the stream to the bucket in the man's hands, causing his instantaneous death. Mothers arc often heard to say, "My children have such untidy habin, and I don't seem to be able" to break them. I talk all day long, but it doesn't do any good." No mother needs to endure her children's untidy habits, or any other undesirable habits, if she goes about training in the right way, and is willing to take a little trouble to carry it out. Four simple rules based on psychology, may serve to give such mothers an insight into the means of forming right habits. If carried out faithfully, these rules cannot fail to " , produce results. ( ' First, decide for yourself what habit "you wish to form. Then start enthusimg ' "- astically and determinedly to break the old and launch the new one. Say sooner. Clarified Fat Removed from Roasted Chicken and Cookies Shortened with Portion of It. to your children, "Beginning today, Last of all, act, don't talk. As Prowe arc all going to hang up our wraps, fessor James says, in his Talks to and put our books and rubbers in the Teachers, "Don't preach too much or HOW TO USE A HUNDRED PER CENT FAT proper places when we come home abound in good talk in thr abstract." from school. Let's see who remembers When Mary throws her coat on the Cooked Meat Improved for Having Part of Fat Removed De- every time, and doesn't have to have floor and her rubbers in the middle of Mother tell her once about it." Arouse the hall, don't tell her that nice little partment of Agriculture Advocates Its Use for Shortening as much enthusiasm as you can about girls don't do those things, or that the matter. Be careful that you do lie is a careless girl and should know Cakes, Cookies, and Pies French Cooks Favor not start to break and form anew too better, and a great deal more to that It For Pastrise. many habit at one time. Select one effect. Simply call her as soon as you or two habits to work one, and keep at discover what she has done, and tell them until you arc reasonably sure her quietly and "Use chicken fat, the most delicious and add extra salt." and "Thank you, I will try that," said that they are well fixed. Then start then see that she docs it. Such treatof all cooking fats" on another. Beneath this placard at a recent one. ment as this is far more effective than Second, permit no exceptions to "I am ready to give in yet," food exhibit was a roasted chicken, said the not after you have once started No mere talking. other. "Chicken fat has a delicious looking and browned to a different flavor than butter and I tempting turn, and a glass full of would hesitate before I'd put it in my clarified fat, the excess fat on the choicest white cake receipe for fear it would flavor it." chicken. "Chicken fat docs have a different "But," said one practical woman as flavor. When it is unclarificd I would she stopped in front of the booth, "I suggest using it only in cakes and Our store is full of new goods for spring at prices would not know how to use it if I cookies which have quite definite flavors of their own. However, I wish much lower than last year. We invite you to look at did take it out before I made the you would try it in your cake receipe gravy. If it can be used satisfactorily after rendering it carefully in the way these new things when you are in town. I'd like to know how." noted on this slip I think you will The uniformed woman in the booth find nothing objectionable in the flathen." came forward smilingly "I am glad vor How to Render Chicken Fat. lot of lovely voile waists, em- JUST ARRIVED--- A you are interested in knowing how, On the slip was printed: Heat the broidered or lace trimmed in a full range of sizes, at two special prices for learning to use all our available fat very slowly ii a double boiler fats is one of the primary lessons in with whole milk (preferably sour) cup milk to each pound of fat. thrift these days. I am here for the Use purpose of telling the value of chicken Strain the rendered fat through a fat and how to use it, to all who will cloth and when it is set, life fat from stop and listen. So many people do the milk which remains "Chicken fat is valuable food," she not seem to know that chicken fat went on, "for making TOP COATS Wide, gen- other fats like can be used as a substitute for any suet, more usable. These harder fats, fat your rcceipes call for." erous sleeves, with flaring skirls charsuet, arc much ims the Quantity. as beef and mutton in Use Only proved if rendered the proportions acterize the dressier models in I'ekm Just then another woman came up. "Well, I had abominable luck substi- of U partJ to 1 of a softer fat. such as blue or tan, developed in soft velour that from tuting chicken fat for butter in my would obtained satisfied the chicken. I fabrics with silk linings. Sport modbe well use chicken to rcceipes. Someone told me just what fat altogether in my cooking, in els are unlined either in smart straight my cake fell you arc saying now, but to any other, could I get it. and my pie crust was a sight." lines with liny tuxedo collars or "I'm" sorry about those cakes and and itti the favorite fat of the French smartly flaring some belted in. These pies," said the home demonstration pastry cook." "But it doesn't keep well," said the agent in charge of the booth, "but I are mostly in the new polo cloth or with whom conservative one, "and that makes it a am afraid this someone nuisance." heavy jerseys and you must see them you talked did not finish her discus"It will sion The fact that your cake fell flavored," become rancid and strong for yourself to appreciate how very the home demonstration would lead you to believe that" the agreed, "just as other fats will if good looking they are. Moderately mixture was too rich, wouldn't it?" If you to "But why would that be?" broke in mistreated.covered, wish coolsave it keep priced from in a it tightly place, and the first woman. trouble. "Think of the butter you used to y.ou will have little not misunderstand "I hope you did make which had sonic water in it, and me when I spoke of rendering chicken which you usually added salt. Now fat. to It is not necessary in many inin its conchicken fat has no water stances trouble of tents; it is a 100 per cent fat. Butter dering to go to the may he usedrenjack- AS TO SUITS-Sh- ort fat contains practically 8.1 per cent fat. frying it. Chickenjust a it is. Whenfor it purposes Chicken fat also lacks the salt and is used as hortcning for muffins, ets predominate either boxed or ripthe small amount of curd present in spiced cookies or chocolate cake, pled or very strictly tailored button fresh butter The difference between where its characteristic flavor will not shortening, and braid trimmed and most all are m dark blue serge or tricotine except chicken fat and butter for be noticed might in you see, is the difference in water or pastry, itas it be melted white cake the few in jersey or tweed that are smart sport models. Suits are said to can slowly and content rather than fat, and that is measured without clarifying. Ours are priced from be exceptionally "good" this season. why you should use less of the for"Keep in mind that it is 100 per mer." experimenting cent fat Try a "Then 'your directions would be to and see if you dolittle find that you not use less when you are using chicken prefer it to any other shortening," fat in place of butter in cooking?" as much she said, as the women started toward "Yes, use about fat as the receipe with butter calls for the next exhibit. good-naturedl- - - TO! V' ; oc-c- ur New Spring Things 1- -2 $1.48 and $1.98 Real Bargains Four-Fifth- per-fcrcu- $13.50 to $26.50 $13.50 to $40.00 much-sought-after four-fift- hs MILLINERY NEWS Our newly remodeled milli- CROPS OF PHILIPPINES VALUED AT $344,000,000 When Thinking of a iWk High MONUMENT Remember Prices and Greatly Increased Acreage Nearly Doubles Value in Year. Men's Wear Arriving Daily Our new line of Jfard, suits are now being shown. Men who want the best clothes for the money should see our new line. Money back if you're not satisfied ol A special line of Men's Trousers in a large range of new spring patterns. Special All-Wo- place these days, and all who nery department is a have viewed the new Spring hats pronounce them the prettiest they ha'e ever seen and most moderately priced. New ones appear daily and we invite your inspection of our models. Hats are priced from $2.95 to $12.50 A special table of Hats at $3.95 for this week only. Schaffner ? Jlarx Don't miss seeing Prock Keith sells you the BEST for LESS than,any agent or competitor in this territory. in Clovejport once or twice Write him at every month'. Ky. for prices or any other information regarding a monument that you might desire. He is Eliza-bethtov- vn, itSv The value of the most Important products of the" Philippine Islands rice, sugar, hemp, corn, coconuts and tobacco for the year 1020 amounted to npproxltnntely ?:144,000,000, according to the preliminary nnnuiil report submitted by the .secretary of agriculture to tho governor general, Fruncls Burton Harrison. Ih 1010 the value of these same six Dr. products wns only 210.000,000. Gnllcano Apaclble. secretury of agriculture, In his report says that while the Increase In the value of Philippine products In 1020 was due largely to the high prices, the Increase In acreage nnd the quality of the crops assisted In swelling the value. In 1020 tho area of land planted to rlco aniounled to 3,700,000 acres, an Increase of 7 per cent over the previous year. This rice wns all sold In the Philippines for approximately an Increase of 37 per cent $17,-100,00- them. OUR DRESSMAKING DEFARTMENT-- Is now ready to take orders for Spring dresses, separate skirts, waists and chilVogue models shown and a sample line of materials dren's apparel. Prices are moderate from New York houses is here for your inspection. consistent with the quality of work done. We have installed a hemstitching machine and will do hemstitching at 8c peryard. We furnish all black or white thread. May we do jour work? lovely new Spring Dress Goods now being shown. $4 95 B. B. CO. F. BEARD & CO. HARUINSIU'RO, KY. F. BEARD k 0Yr 1019. He guarantees to save you money PROCK KEITH E'"' $U LI With C. E. KEITH & SON EL1ZABETMTOWN, MY. The area planted to sugar cane last year wbh 403,507 acres, oft of which approximately 408,000 tons of sugar were harvested, the vulue being Although there wns a reduction of 1 per cent In the 1020 acreage from that of 1010. there wus a 3 per cent Increase In production of sugar. The production of coconuts In 1020 amounted to 70,400,104 trees, vulued at $01,000,000, as copipared with 74,650,-00- 0 trees in 1010, vulued at $37,(00,000. The tobacco production in 1020 0. Bulls For Sale 10 I ill Shorthorn and Polled Bulls, 8 to Months Old, At Special Prices i 24 amounted 252,800 acres, and wus valued at The increase in total production and la the value of the crop over 1010 amounted approximately to 18 per 0. to 142.300.000 pounds from 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. cent W. R- - MOORMAN & SON GLEN DEAN, KENTUCKY J ) J PAGE FOUR THE BKECXENKIDOE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY MARCH It, 1M1 ways the schoolmaster's point of view this region in the $5,000,000 which In common with most men of inwill be loaned through the Louisville Twenty-Foutellectual vigor, he appreciated the Federal Land Bank to farmers in J NO. D. BABBAQE, Editor and Publisher transcendent value of a phrase. He Kentucky and adjoining States. The made great phrases. His temperament sent to the Lakeland assylum,, Jail- aid offered in the fordncy Emergency March 17, 1897 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY was so rigidly intellectual, so aloof EIGHT PAGES er Gus Shcllman accompanied him. In Cloverport Tariff Bill was not real. The revival from the storm and stress of human (o)-of the War Finance Corporation was Miss Judith Miller, a member of the relationship, that he undervalued the 1921 45th YEAR OF SUCCESS Beard, Sr., has gone to Eddy-vill- c mere political chicanery. Under the 1876 whole emotional category of human millinery firm of Miller & Lightfoot freis in Louisville buying her spring! the to accept a position as guard in Supreme Court decision holding the nature, so that his phrases sprang pcnctcntiary. RATES SUBSCRIPTION Federal Farm Loan Act constitutional and stock. quently from a false -(- o) the farmers will get the benefit of tubtcriptlon price $2.00 vetrt $1.00 (or 6 months j tOe (or S montht. Buitnet Locili 10c were often unfortunate. perspective This maladroit charged for at line ad Be for each additional insertion. Card of Thanki, over 0 llnei, Glendeane Jesse A. Moorman, Jr., constructive legislation enacted during Medium hogh sold in Louisville, leaves th rate of 10c per line. ObituaHet charged for at the rate of Be per line, money in intellectual twist prompted htm, when this week for Chicago, where the Wilson Administration and partly Iraace. Examine the label on your paper. If ii it not correct, pleaie notify at. the nation was thrilled with horror at Monday at $3.05. Cattle were firm he will make his home. as a result of the President's wish, sinking, to choose that with a good demand at $.1.75 and $4 the Lusitania NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Some farmers in eKntucky have moment of all moments for publicly for best butchers. Alice Brown spent Sunday been paying 8 per cent for money borWhen yon have finlthed reading your copy ol THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS hand it to declaring that there was such a thing -(- c)away or deitroy it. Mead who ii not a ubicribtrj do not throw it rowed through banks, the law of supJoc C. Bruner and Miss Mary Rob with Miss Amanda Dcane. as being too proud to fight, and to follow the invasion of Belgium with an erts, of Union Star, were passengers, ..MARCH 16, 1921 adjuration to the people to be neutral on Wednesday's West bound train for Lodiburg Miss Flora Smith, a ply' and demand providing the bankWEDNESDAY, ers' excuse. Such borrowers may, by bright young lady living near this even in their thought. Therefore he Cannclton, where they were united in place, died at her home Friday morn- using as security farms which they ' hold under clear titles, reduce their failed to react with full sympathy to the holy bonds of wedlock. ANSWER TO ROCK ME TO SLEEP MOTHER ing, March 12. interest payments. The farmer who -(- c) the great currents that moved the -(c)- -On borrows the Federal Farm Mr. Frank A. Yates, of Derby, Ind., of men. Sunday morning March 7th, Loan Act under was written by Mrs. Elizabeth Akcrs Allen, who wrote under the non hearts It is not obliged to hunt a Nevertheless, he was marching at and Miss Ida Wciscnbcrg, of this city Miss Ida Dutschke, of this place and is the answer to "Rock Me To Sleep de plume of "Florence Percy." This money lender from whom he procures-' the head of his people when they were married in the StMa'ry's church Mr. George P. Nottingham, of Mother," don't know the author. loan as a favor. His borrowing is a followed the finest enthusiasm of their at Derby, on March 2nd, were united in holy bonds of business transaction purely, and by history. He stepped easily and adeMy child, oh, my child; thou art weary tonight R. Sanders died last Sunday matrimony by Rev. Duggins. Miss amortization his loan may be wiped quately into the leadership of the Thy spirit is sad and dim is the light; night of stomach trouble at his home. Dec Basham and Carlton Dutschke out gradually. world. He fired the universal heart were the attendants. Thou woulds't call me back from the ccholcss shore, ' Improvement in business, beginning; with a ringing challenge. He stood for He leaves a wife and two daughters, To the trials of life, to thy heart as of yore; Miss Minnie and Mrs. Lorenzo Wells. in rural counties and in county capia moment on Pisgali. He saw the visThou longest again for my fond loving care Born to the wife of J. J. tals will result from the removal of (c) ion of the world, and all the wonder For my kiss on thy check, for my hand on thy hair; Hardinsburg Marcus L. Kincheloel Burnett, March 0, a fine girl. the barrier raised between the farmer be. that would ' But angels around thee, their loving watch keep, -(c- )-A been appointed administrator of and his opportunities under the FedIt was at that point he made the has estate of Stephen McCoy deceased. angels, my darling, will rock thee to sleep. And cyclone passed a little north of eral Farm Loan Act by litigation incatastrophic error of his career. At a the (o) this place, Tuesday evening about 7 stituted to test the validity of the country was still in moment when the Backward? Nay, onward, ye swift rolling years, the; John Rupert an the tire enthusiasm of its great advcn- - Rockvale country old man from here' o'clock doing considerable damage, law. Girt on thy armor, keep back thy tears; brought unroofing houses ture, when the forces1 of right were last week, adjudged waslunatic and was and fence down. and blowing timber j The Federal Reserve Act averted Count not thy trials nor efforts in vain a panic in America after the war. The irresistibly sweeping to victory, he They'll bring thee the light of thy childhood again, Federal Farm Loan Act will avert shocked his people by a partisan apThou shoulds't not weary, my child, by the way, I the road for $10,000,000, has been or- disaster upon many farms, and upon peal for the election of a partisan ConBut watch for the light of that brighter day; THE RAILROADS dered by Federal District Judge Lewis a far greater number render substangress. It was a mistake gastly in its Not tired of "sowing for others to reap," i of Colorado. The sale, at $5,000,000, tial aid. Both laws were passed by consequences to the prestige of the For angels, my darling, will rock thee to sleep. Stephen Bill and Edwin L. Barnes, was originally fixed for Nov. 20, last. members of Congress who had higher man who stood at the head of the in Commerce and Finance. The Reading segregation plan is op- aims than those of the small politician world. History will ultimately record Tired my child, of the base, the untrue, posed by the committee representing with the large muck rake, the looming that it was .i mUtnki iloup in honest . I have tasted the cup they have given to you The Association of Railway Ex- the common stock on the ground that and dominant type in the Sixty-sixtsingleness of purpose, far removed 1 I've left the deep sorrow in the living green l. deed from any thought of personal ecutives .has abolished its labor com- the plan in effect distributes to the Congress Of a low mossy grave by a silvery stream; gafn, but it was appalling in its re- mittee, Pleaded by W. W. Atterburg. preferred and common stockholders I then sought for in vain But the dear mother sult. It marked him in the world con- which has been in existence since alike the existing surplus in which Is' an angel presence and with me again; ference as the leader of a faction ra- November, 191!). This is the first step the perfcrrcd shareholders, except in And in the still night, from the silence so deep, ther than as the embodied hope of in the decentralization of national dissolution, have no interest. SPECIAL Come the bright angels to rock me to sleep. The railroads of the United States humanity, and inevitably forced him bargaining by railroads with their employes on the wage question. The earned $62,264,421 in 1920, according into a position on which we think Nearer thee now than in days that are flown, history will record its severest judge- -' problem of reducing expenses, the to figures given out by the Interstate Purer the love light encircling thy home; ment, that of preventing the ratifica-- . wage item, is engaging the attention Commerce Commission, as against For more enduring the watch for tonight; tion of the League of Nations It of all the carriers. Approximately $516,$290,090 in 1919. The railroads' Then ever earth worship away from the light, made the light over amendments and 289,000 workers have been laid off expenses last year were 93.59 per cent Saturday, Mar. Soon the dark shadows will linger no more, reervations take the centre of the since last September. This eliminates of their operating revenues, as comNor conic to thy call from the opening door; the 261,000 increase in employes which pared with 85,25 per cent in 1919. stage. It made the President the one But know that my child, that the angels watch keep; man responsible for preventing rati- occurred during Federal control. A Operating expenses increased $1,406,-00- 0 We are making this on Saturday And soon, very soon, they'll rock thee to sleep. fication, a fact that will survive and number of eastern railroads contemover the previous year. in order to get more Burly BuyFreight traffic officials of various be remembered long after the reserva- plate cutting wages of common labor, They'll sing thee to sleep with a soothing song, and conferences will be held in the steamship lines have them "tied hand ers. 'Some will be here, who tions are forgotten. And waking, thoult be with a heavenly throng; So far as human judgment may near future. Among the roads plan- railroads, complain that the coastwise can't be here except on SaturAnd thy life with its toil, its tears and its pain, are the New forecast the long future, the place of ning reductions of New Jersey, York coast to coast trade 'is concerned. The Thou wilt then see has not been in vain, Central, Central day. and foot" in so far as competition in Woodrow Wilson in history will be Thou wilt meet those in bliss whom on earth thou didst love, Lackawanna & Western, Long only remedy railroad men see is a high. The tumult and the shouting And whom thou hast taught of the "mansions above," Regular Tobacco Sale reduction in through rates. All water dies; the captains and the kings de- Island and Baltimoreis & Ohio. for suffer to weep," "Never hereafter to Unless found the freight rates average 25 per cent unpart. Still stands his contribution in present a remedy The angels my darling, will rock thee to sleep. Friday, March 18 railroad situation, says Elisha der tariffs quoted by thanscontinental articulating a great world impulse to- Lee, Sent in by B. F. Hardin. of the Pennsyl- lines and steamship companies have ward the things that make for justice Railroad, Cloverport Loose Leaf Warehouse and righteousness on earth. His fail- vania for railway the only way to pro- taken a large amount of business away development will be from the railroads. ure was in futile attempt to compass vide J. Walter Boyle to make the carriers state institutions, that impulse within a particular Sale supported by increased taxation. SenRRAT. FARMER'S RRT.TR1T. scheme of world salvation. The paraSendox of it is that, singularly embody- ator Cummins, chairman of the There is actual aid for farmers in LBy M'Cready Sykes In Commerce & Finances ing as he did that impulse, he failed ate Committee on Interstate ComCarefully selected and tested iNot yet may be written the judggrandeur or, merce, plans to put before the new to comprehend either ment of history on Woodrow Wilson. its vast potentiality. It its an impulse Congress a resolution calling for a was Borne by vaSt world currents to a reflected in the rising of a mighty sweeping investigation of the railroad dizzy height, whercfrom. like Caesar, nation to redress the wrong balance situation, special inquiry to be made White he did bestride the world like a Col of the world. The President dwarftcd into the reason for the high operating ossu.s. the fickle shifts of public opin- it by attempting to harness it to a costs. Washington advices say that ion swiftly cast him down where, to league of diplomats sitting around the Senate will probably order the inOf course everyone wants to be well dressed follow the same parallel, there was table. From an idealist he became at vestigation to be made. Two partial a ,on Easter morning. Let us help. none so poor to do him reverence. As doctrinaire. payments to railroads, the first under j Geo. A. Beard his eventful administration ends he the Winslow act. totaling $0,037,190, His consolation is that in the long have been made to the Great Northern KY HAKDINSBURG enters doubtless on the ascending judgement of history it is the articula- and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. curve of public esteem, whose oscillau That our MODERN METHOD of dry tions will finally reach an equilibrium tion of the impulse that will be re Paul. Approximately of the where shall be recorded the judge- membered. In the story of the centurcleaning and pressing will make your old suit look ies it will be written that for a few 2,000 union employes of the Atlanta, ment of history on one who months he was the foremost man of Birmingham & Atlantic Railroad have like new? Left a name at which the world grew )alc. all the world, and that those few walked out on strike because the reTo point a moral or adorn i tale. Prompt attention given to out of town custoMr. Wilson approached and entered months were the time of which man- ceiver for the road, with the sanction public life by a short cut and with- kind has perhaps most reason to be of the court, ordered a reduction in All work promptly returned by Parcel mers. wages amounting to 50 per cent of out the apprenticeship that acquaints proud. men with the workings of practical Post. Give us a trial and be convinced. the increases since 1917. A sympatheWilliam McKillio. a merchant of tic strike throughout the southeast is politics. He had written books on government, not alone on its purposes Hollidaysburg, Penn., has received a talked of. & Postponement of confirmation of and accomplishments, hut specificallv leater, containing 10 cents, from Mrs. HARDINSBURG, KY. on its. workings. A lawyer who had Florence T. Moore of New Carlisle, the sale of the Denver & Rio Grande never more than begun to practice, O., in payment for an apple that was Railroad until March 25, during which Farm of 140 acres, 65 naviug eariy gone into leacmng as a surreptitiously eaten years ago, time the stockholders may purchase profession, he had no know acres level, rest rolling, 35 ledge of courts, nor did lie ever re-- l acres in woods, two-stor- y veal special sympathy with the judicial point of was too well indwelling, has 6 rooms and form, too view. He and comprehensive catholic in his equipment, to be antagonistic to 2 halls, all necessary out the judicial point of view; it was simp-- 1 buildings, feed barn, also 1y that his mind did not work that wav. Neither temperamentally, nor by tobacco barn, good deal of training did he have the habit of see' ing the other side. fruit. Place is well watered. Contrary to a rather popular im- -' Is 1 2 miles from Lodi-burpression, he was never a selfish man. By training a schoolmaster, long be2 mile of church fore he entered public life his mental habits and processes were those inand school. Will sell reasonof as evitably resulting from daily dealing able. This place will not be with minds less mature than his own 3, 1921 His career can be interpreted and for sale after April 1st. understood only in the light of these ingrained mental habits Ill's charactCome or write. eristic insistence on his own way was to he attributed not so much to egoRESOURCES LIABILITIES tistical pride of opinion as to impatG. TUCKER J. ience of meticulous interference with LODIBURG, KY Loans and Discounts - - - - $638,683.02 Capital - - - - $50,000.00 broad policies, with the annoyance pud lost motion resultant on tinker20,010.25 U. S. Bonds Surplus - - - - 50,000.00 ing with "plans broadly conceived; al- Due from Banks and Cash - - 47,214.99 Undivided Profits - 10,"457.52 $110,457,52 6,169.85 Deposits 531,596.80 Overdrafts - - -- The Breckenridge News tr r Tears Ago Win, -- - -i I a Con-stantin- -(c)-- Dukes I ( I in-- h, Courier-Journa- BURLEY SALE! 26 m -- Dele-war- e, nt For WOODROW WILSON - Johnson County Seed Corn EASTER DO YOU KNOW two-thir- FOR SALE I PAUL WHITE'S PLACE j first-han- d I 1-- g, The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Statement Made to State Banking Commissioner, March 1-- Condition OLD SOLDIER TESTIFIES TO WONDERFUL . MERITS NUMBER 40 IN CONSTIPATION, about two and a half bottles and wblle not feeling entirely well, I believe by continuing the use of 40, I wif get to feel as well as I could reasonably expect for a man of my age, 75 years. I hardly know how to estimate the value of the benefit I have already received from the use of No. 40, aid cheerfully recommend it to anyone suffering as I was." Morris Law. Witness to signature, Nelsoa II. Tease. 40 is a combination of the best alteratives selected, from the best prescriptions received and compounded by J. C. Mendenhall, Evans-villInd., 40 years a druggist. The, best druggist in your neighborhood sells Number 40, but if it happens that he does not, send direct to.J. C. Mendenhall Medicine Company, Kvansville, Indiana, and receive it delivered to you at $1.25 per bottle, six bottles for $7.00. e, New Vault Equipment Other Real Estate --- 8,640.10 1,336.71 $722,054.32 , Bills Payable 80,000.00 STOMACH TROUBLE AND CATARRH National Home, Wis., May 12, '19. "When I commenced taking Number 40 For The Wood, I was suffering with chronic constipation of a good many yearn standing, which finally developed into stomach trouble which got bo bad I was unable to eat anything that did not cause great suffering. I tried a good many doctors as well as everything I could hear of that was rrcommended for my complaint. I was alo troubled w'ith catarrh of long standing and I had dropsical swellings in my feet and ankles which the doctors said wds caused by n weak heart. I had about given up hope of being much better when I saw an ad. of your No. 40 in a country paper and concluded to try it. Welt so much better after taking one bottle that I sent direct to vou for three more bottles. I have taken 4-- - Total Resources Total Liabilities - $722,054.32 OFFICERS M. D. BEARD, President B. F. BEARD, Vice President C. V. ROBERTSON, Vice President GEO. E. BESS, Cashier and Trust Officer MAURICE MILLER, Asst. Cashier DIRECTORS M. D. BEARD C. V. ROBERTSON WILLIS GREEN THOS. O'DONOGHUE L. J. PERKINS B. F. BEARD DR. A. M. KINCHELOE HOMER PILE L. D. JONES H. DeH. MOORMAN H. M. BEARD J. R. JOLLY Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE L &; Jh&. w u& JLvMK. KSC?jiIV ,jZi I Tip fyggifT -- ' ' ir nr i. jrf -- v v& MARCH 1, 1M1 THE Howell, Ind., with Mrs. S Rhcrlander. O O O Herbert Wilson, of Camp .Knox, with his parents, spent the week-enMr. and Mrs. S. E. Wilson, -- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, se KENTUCKY you PAGE PIVE 8(r aered HrrrkrnriiJgr Nrnta d, 1921 SOCIETY ITEMS Of CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS MAAAAAWVWWWMWWWWWWWWWlNsMA" nuia-riea- Wednesday, march it d Personal Interest atsire advertisements "rt noiny tne editor wm.i discontinued. iiiiv"ii"Mai"r"M"aiMfvvurv-u'u-tfvivvw- t Materials for the 0 the Pott Office at Cloverpart, Ky. lecond e'an-Tnatt- er. o Plenty of wallpaper in stock now Edward Gregory & Son. o o o oo Entertains in Honor Of Thirteenth Anniversary. FOR SALE Mr M. L. Conkwright, of Kings-woo- d Lodiburg, Ky., March 14, (Special) and only two more weeks to make it was the guest of his sou, J. N. Mrs. A. J. Keys entertained Thursr 2.60 Conkwright, and Mrs. Conkwright, day Precinct and City Officea. afternoon from 2 to .1:30 o'clock . boo Far County Offices in honor of her daughter, Miss' Lena FOR SAI.K Kggs for setting. Castle While 15.00 last week Messalines State nd Dlitrlet Colored Voile li. Rock. FischcMlatbach strain, 12 fin fcr Ifi. ooo per line .10 Louise Keys, thirteenth anniversary Sirs. Frank Mattingly, The Castle. Clover-- , .10 Blue, Black, Gray, and Green. 36 Plain and Fancy. 38 in. wide. Per Mrs. Earl Summers and son, Earl, Those present were: Misses Lorcna Far Cardi. net "" 'port, Ky. .is if For all Publication! In the intereit of in. wide. Per yard $2.00 yard Jr., of Henderson arc here visiting Tindall, Eva Mac Adkisson, Jennie 50f, 75f and $lvOo tadlTlduali or exprenlon of lndWld .10, Mrs. Summers' father, Mr. Fletcher Feltncr, Ruby Adkisson, Mary Ellis FOR SALE White Wyandotte I Eggs for j al views, per lirie- Hatching. Never before have hail such Pauley, and Mrs. Pauley. Hardin, Alienc Adkisson, Master Julquality ui my flock and am offering eggs' Taffeta Silk ooo Organdies at $1."0 per setting. If you want the most' I ian Keys, Miss Mollie Adkisson, Mrs. Foreign Advertising Representative beautiful fowl with utility qualities, the f Mr. Barney Squires and daughter, Oscar French and Mrs. Jeff Adkisson. THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Blue and Black. 36 inches wide. White and Colored. 38 inches White Wyandotte is unsurpassed, and my Mrs. Marvin Shrcwsbery, were in Per yard $2.00 The evening was spent by playing wide. Per yd stock is from the leading strains in Ameri50f, 75f and $1.00 Owensboro, Thursday shopping, ca. Write me your wants. Mrs. W. J. Hall, games of all kinds. They all enjoyed ooo Hardinsburg, Ky. :ts tl FOR REPRESENTATIVE the evening and all wished Miss Lena Serges Wm in anitinrUpd in announce ludffe G. Misses Eva and Eliza May were in many more happy birthdays. Percales FOR SALE Single Comh Drown Leghorn W. Newman, of Hawesville, as a Republican Tobinsport. Friday to attend the funEggs, from selected stock. Sl.(M) setting ooo Blue, Black, Gray, Green and tan. Light candidate for the Legislature to represent eral of Mrs. Curt Ryan. and Dark. 36 inches wide. post paid. Baby chicks SlfiOll for UN). K. Mrs. W. C. Moorman Breckinridge and Hancock counties subject Per yard $1.50 and $2.00 L. Frank, Sample, Ky, as tf 20 and 25 Per yard to the action of Republican primary. Edgar Millian and Earl Wilson mo- Entertains to Dinner FOR SALE A few bargains. One registered tored to Owensboro, Sunday, Duroc sow, weight about 3fi0 pounds. Will Beach Cloth Hardinsburg, March 14, (Special) ooo farrow about May Gingham M Mr. and Mrs. Mike Flood and child- Mrs. W. C. Moorman entertained to gets her. Shorthorn fith. First checkto for so,n Blue, Pink, and Green. 36 inches cows in calf a of Rodney. J. M. Howard, (lien Dean, Ky. Plain and Plaids. 27 inches wide. ren, of Steplicnsport, spent Sunday dinner Friday, the following: Mrs. wide. Per yard 50?" IIS tf 20 and 25 Per yard ' Mrs. A. B. Skillman will be hos with Mrs. Flood's parents, Mr. and Glen Moorman and daughter, Miss Elizabeth Moorman: Mrs. W. R. FOR SALE Mrs. S. E. Wilson. Dairy Cattle, all breeds, all tess to the Ladies Reading Club on Plaid Suiting ages, also tested dams, or dams now on Moorman, Jr., and daughter, Little Thursday of this week. Miss Lucy Jolly, of Sample, has re Majorie Moorman; Mrs. b. L.. Roberttest, pure bred or grades Holstein, Plain and Fancy Crepe Black and White check. Price Jersey and Guernsey. Two weeks old calves 1? iHf T?n!Mn nA alfllttV lU.fla turned home after a visit with her son, all of Glen Dean, and Mrs. Sam $20 lor grades with tested dams and pureper yard $1.00 and $1.50 For Underware. Per yd 50 brother, Graham Jolly, and Mrs. Jolly. Monarch, of Kirk. bred sires. Our Association is backed by the v Jennie Warfield arrived Friday after-Farm Bureau. The Dairy Association and Mr. J. A. Enbcry, of Cannelton, noon from a three months stay in the University of Illinois, Marion County Cow Testing Association. Jess Howard, Jr., Mrs. Frank Ball is in McQuady viswas the guest of Miss Lillian Polk, I California. Tester, Salem, III. a It iting her grandmother, Mrs. Susan Sunday. , ooo Ball, from there she will sro to Glen FOR SALE Fine dahlias bulbs and plants Burl Parson, of Indianapolis, spent Robert Hamman and Alfred Wrpc Dean and Narrow to visit her sisters, Mrs. F. C. English, Cloverport, Ky. as if here with Mrs. Parson the week-en- d Mrs. Oscar Pcttit and Mrs. Moria FOR SALE Doors and windows and heavy! and daughter, Mildred, at the home of spent Saturday and Sunday in Houk. Mrs. Parson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. pine lumber. Mrs. M. A. McCubbins, Hardinsburg, Ky. ,",7 2t Nat Tucker. T.WINS BORN MARCH 4, spending several days with her mothPrices on wall paper getting back to j T Sermon, of Webster, was in NAMED WARREN HARDING er, Mrs. Julia Wood, who is ill. FOR SALE Cottage In Glen Dean, Ky., four ""j" " Hardinsburg, .Monday good stock cattle, w.u t...H. f'-- . I will pay 6c for rooms and large hall. Good gard'n, well, AND WOODROW WILSON. Mrs. Ollie Pate, who has been conand stable on premises. Price reasonable. heifers and steers. 4c for good stock urcgury at oun. fined to her home with sickness is reMrs. Florence Moorman. For terms fee moving Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ferry are Ji, cows. Call and see me. Julian Brown. Greenville, S. C, March 9. Wood-ro- ported to be very little better. Mrs. C. C. Hale, (nee Miss Nannie 37 tf J. R. Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. 38 tf cioverport, is.y, Wilson and Warren Harding are Ryan)i of Plcasantvijle, Ind., who this week into the residence of the late Harland Dunn spent last Sunday in Mrs. Kate Rowland FOR SALE Rhode Island Red Eggs, full names given the twin boys of Mr. and ,, vioici. koss, oi, vT. ,. , nas . xt ooo stock for hatching, IS eggs $1.00. Robt. T. cws d...... been visiting her brother. T. f, iNewpon nr ' o...... Mrs. .I j Mrs. J. F. Taylor of near Greenville, Owensboro. Morton, Hardinsburg, Ky., Route .1 Box Mr. Cleve Miller has added very Va., enroute to Califo.rnia was here,,,', - Nwm .., aH Mr . ai. Turn in vour orders for paper hang it was announced today. The twins 24. 37 3t . .. ... . in a few weeks. much to the appearance of his home Harold Wil .last week to see her son, crrannnarpntQ. Mattingly, ..... returned to her home ing. Going to be busy uregory & were born on March 4. has if liie son FOR SALE Emden goose eggs, 2." cents Mr. Taylor stated today that each on the Hill by giving it a new cm artti at ttij. " -v, nntno ,,,:.. i" -- "-' accompanied by her nieces, Misses Order now. Edward each, goslings later at 00 cents each. Mrs. Mr. ana Mrs. a. c. wuson. airs, rcoss Marian Newman and Pauline Ryan. 311 tf weikhed about eight pounds and that of paint reminding passers by that Taylor Beard, Hardinsburg. Ky. in Rev. E. C. Lampton and Mrs, and son, spent the week-en- d Woodrow Wilson appeared a little spring is coining. Mrs. Viola Jackson has been on the Mrs. Sam Conrad and two daugh- Lampton, of Owensboro, are in Har-ne- FOR SALE Recteaned sweet clover seed and stronger. Warren cries more. winter turf oats, samples, prices and into see Mrs. Lampton's brother, ters, Catherine and Mary Grey ConT S. Inglesby presented each with sick list. formation free. Shclman & Co , Union Star, ' TELEPHONE In giving the names of those elect3.'. 4t rad, are in Louisville, visiting Mrs. Mr. Tice McCoy, who is seriously ill, Ky. a gold coin but as late as today neithOffice J Residence 66 Jadf Capt. Holmes, R. N. Holmes, and er Warren Harding nor Woodrow ed in the Pastor's Aid last week story dwellRENT ooo Misses Margaret and Edith Burn FOR SALE OR centrally One two in Hardins- Wilson had exchanged Liberty Bonds through a mistake the name of Miss JESSE BAUCUM ing, 7 rooms located Mrs. J. W. Seaton, of Molinc, III., will entertain the Wednesday Club burg. Good repair. Will sell at a bargain. for the gold Birth announcements Mable Whitehead was omitted. She DENTIST ic vicitincr hnr mnthpr AfrQ. Beard Brothers, Hardinsburg, Ky. 33 tf will be sent to the White House this week. and is pianist and Miss Mary Whitehead CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY ooo Waggoner, of the Cloverport-Hard-- I was elected 2nd vice president. WHITE WYANDOTTE- - Ebbs for hatching. to the retiring President. Mrs. Crenshaw, of Versailles, OFFICE HOURS insburg Pike. from high class white wyandottes, from the 1 to 6 P. M. 8 to It A. M. aoo hen viitinr her dauehtcr. Mrs. David best stock in the country, heavy layers and Fred Lauer, of Ashland, Penn., and Mrs. F. C. English and Mrs. Carl b. Phelps, and Mr. Phelps. excellent show stock, cannot be excelled HILL ITEMS his bride of a few weeks have been for their quality. Place your egg orders now! Mrs. Conrad Sippel and daughter, drawn to serve on the same jury the $1.50 per 15 eggs. Address Mrs. A. T ' ooo Mis Bertha Swallows, of Nashville. Beard, Hardinsburg, Ky. 33 tf Miss Selma Sippel, went to Louisville, March term of court at Pottsville. To the Farmers: Spring is here and Tenn., is with Miss Evlyn Hick's, Friday it is time for you to look over your millinery for the Spring and Summer FOR SALE Old newspapers. 5c a bunch. ter, Mrsfor a short visit to her daughForPadgett and Mr. Padgett. Breckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky. harness and have it repaired. If you seasons. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Satterfield left 1 can furnish need any good leather, Sewing Machines SALE-BDeeds and Mortgages. Sunday enroute to Bradly, 111., to Sale! Ar cm- yv"""-T,,!,,- "it 'in any quantity. This business is a .jaw, "a week's- visit to " Capt. and Mrs ihe ureckennage iSews, Cloverport, Ky. visit Mrs. Satterfield's brother and side line with me, but I want to tell for family. They cointeniplatc going to you that I keep nothing shoddy in the R. N. Holmes, in Louisville. Supplies WANTED Humbolt, Ind., to visit friends before ooo harness line, in the basement. V. G. returning. Mrs. H. C. Pate and grandson, John WWMAMAAAMAMAA Babbage. Mr. Nat Tucker and daughter. Miss J. cllC, Wtlt III WWtliauuiu, MALE HELP VJ ' Needles and Oil Lelia Tucker went to Louisville, SunMr. and Mrs. G. E. Clark and child Saturday the guests of Mrs. Pateis ren, Gilmore and Dolly Clark, of As daughter, Mrs. W. A. Roff, and Mr. WANTED it Get busy, keepoubusy. Isa your job day for two or three days vis;t. permanent? safe? Is want Miss Dorothy Tabeling, of guests of Mr.1 Roff. kins, were the w.eek-en- d and For First Class business. You can get into such a business, spent a week with her broselling more than 137 Watkins products and Mrs. Wm. Clark and Mr. and' ,07r,T,0 Messrs. Randall Weathcrholt, J N. direct to farmers if you own auto or team ther, Frank Tabeling. and Mrs '1 ubcl-inAfrs. C. I.. Thmnnsnn nnH Miss Krln.i Watch Repairing if or Rerrv. Thompson. Crirev. R T Cptt- - Harrv were in can can get one;with you are under 50 and personal sureties. We Jesse R. Eskridge give bond . Graves and Ruther Pate Mr. Keil last Tuesday n you with big selling helps; 52 years' back HanliiMbrirK, Ky. Misses Eva and Irene Swearns Owensboro. Monday to attend a in business; 20,000,000 users of our pro Irvington. Stf f1nrt Vrii fnr information uhere vou can Mrs. John Fella, of Louisville, is in Evansville, the Knights Templar meeting, spent the week-en- d territory, j. R. Watkins Co., Department!, T, C. LEWIS, JSweler ?et Winona. Minn. guCsts of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ashby. U7 It Mrs. Miller Ferry and Miss Chlora ooo Hardinsburg, Kentucky Mr. S.' E. Wilson was in Hardins-burg- . Mae Seaton were in Louisville, Thurs- WANTED 100 head of shoats running from 50 to 100 pounds. Call or write Frank C. day. Monday. English, Cloverport or Skillman, Ky. 35 tf ooo Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bannon, of One pair young mules, good ones, well broken. LOST Reynolds Station, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Joe J. Sawyer, and Mr. One new Titan tractor and plows, etc. One Ford For Sale by Keene's Stock Farm LOST Two black hogs, weight about 123 Sawyer. v pounds each, about half fat. Reward. Mrs. runabout. Will trade for stock or take bankable paS7 Tf Taylor Beard, Hardinsburg, Ky. Miss Ray Lewis Heyser was in GILTS and SOWS, open or bred; Young BOARS and PIGS per. Sewing grass and planting little crop. Plenty Louisville, several days last week, FOUND shopping. of of MENTS. Opuei-CalL . EL , ' TKI POk POLITICAL ANNOUNCE- - FOR SALE Errs frnm Plymouth Rocks. Choice selling, first Class range setting or two for $l,.'jr. fresh. Vrite your wants Carter, Irvington, Ky. Ringlet llarrcil pen stock, $'J(K stock, 11.2.1 per All eggs strictly to Mrs. II. v. :S it Easter Sunday Costume lfi-l- f. T J. C. NOLTE & BRO. 000 , - ". -- w --- ,:.. -- -- l;" '. u "-- j, ooa 8 d SS-- BR. T- -. T- -. I -- I -- r.,., lf - .'-"- ,' Fi I ifi Unk For I i life-lon- g Haid-insbnr- g, Hickory King Seed Corn ! g. I E.-E- sp-in- i I " I ;3E FOR SALE Pigs, $25.00 and Up any kind wood delivered. HARDINSBURG, Spaclal Prlc to Pig Club Mambirs i rs fe r . Breeders of Pig Type Poland Chinas; the litter from 16 gilts and 12 tried sows, sired by four unrelated boars will give chance of excellent selection. . Fram Site, REED, KY Post Office, STANLEY, KY. R. R. Vhe IT BEATS.... AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS 1 HOOVER RUGS A , 3. Bunch of , President Warren G, Hnrdino- has FOUND .rrv ;iitii iiiulli keys, including ii,brass o i.i. ,,.. u. 30 aj.-tf nnni. idiii ncrv. f.,..:.i n. been notified that he is the owner of Cloverport. Ky. hen. an acre of land near Lancaster, O., which mav be used for his burial place IN MEMORIAM only. Nathaniel Wilson, the donor, deeded the ground to President Jackson and his successors more than 100 In loving memory of our beloved years ago and President Harding is mother. Marv E. Hambleton, who the 23rd official to be notified died March 15th, 1919. I HENRY DeH. MOORMAN, KY. j The month of March again is here To us the saddest of the year. Because two years ago today, Our darling mother passed away. Some day sometime our eyes shall see That face we loved so well, Some day our hands shall clasp in her's, To never say farewell. Keep her dear Jesus in thy keeping. 'Till we reach the shinning shore Then Oh Moster let us see her, Love and kecD her as before. Sadly missed by the family, PRICES THAT WILL BRING YOU BACK dJO.IO values. wJ-at- O (PQ AQ Ladies Crepe de Chine and Georgette waist in all the leading spring shades. Regular $6.00 and $7.0 P" Regular .QO Men's finest grade DJLat70 velour and felt hats. $4.00 and $5.00 values. NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of John C. Jarboe, deceased are hereby notified to present same properly proven to Irene J. Jarboe, Cloverport, Ky., on or before May 15, d" and white pure thread silk hose, regular $2.50 and $3.00 QO Ladies black, brown white. 12c Men's good quality socks in brown, black and Q- O- values. Per yd. tor good 12c unbleached cotton..quality Men's pure silk ties in all the leading styles and colors. Regular $1.25 and $1.50 values. r OOl YES MADAM Your Rugs and Carpets can be Cleaned. All persons knowing themselves indebted to John C. Jarboe are hereby notified to come forward and settle same. Irene Jarboe, E. Bowne, Executors. 1921. Per yd. 15c bleached for best grade cotton. Mcn'8 5300 and $1 HK "Hansen" gloves, 3.50 Dla I O the best that's made. best OQp Children's black Regquality ribbed hose. ular 45c and 90c grades. unbleached and sheeting. Regular values 90c and 9-- rj Is There is no need of taking up your Car- pets, the Hoover cleans them on the floor and also the floor beneath them. . j I N D CARPETS When you have your SPRING ready call on me. JOHN CORIREY CLEAN-IN- G CLOVERPORT KY. Why Mr. Joe Armstrong, Celebrated Dog Trainer, Uses "Noticed rats around my kennels, having hundreds of prize doys, could-- I n'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, 35c, G5c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky., and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. Advertisement Rat-Sna- p. RAT-SNAP; Men's Blue and Red Work Regular Handkerchiefs. 15c values. black, brown and navy. Regular $1.00 value. AQgt Per yd- - Berwich bleached 4 PJQf Men's silk socks, colors, $1.00. RAT-SNA- P. RAT-SNAP- ." ALUMINUM SPECIALS THIS U7XaU Boiler of first class stewing quality aluminum. covered top. 1 AQ Aluminum Carving DXa-- J1 QQ For 3 qu. Week Only Double J1 KQ For tuxatt a 6 qt. aluminum kettle with Baby Chicks WUtolUcfca BamJRMlM RkaJa Set. riaBiU prtoM. rrtrftl guaranteed fi-i- From log flock. At wita tai aad ail a mnM to door. Ufb-l- r bkai R WyuUikwM THE STOKE THAT HELPER SEDUCE THE H. C. L, GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVERPORT, KY. W. HATCHERY, IIt.3 tui mi 9B raqaatt. Wft'JSii WUDDLUUD PPiVPn ,uuj2j ba ATnETU7ll llJLWUEliJ 11V' ' Il, " . v IN VAIN : Mrs, Tavlor Cirt T.lttl fmiWft WfmmmjmK, 51 cftgysmta of trrmaro HT yAKCMjQ PrnRf Brum r sbnweatscKRi To The York Herald! the woman mmmm l linipTi. A'anrsfccMoTr ihcNiMllWanet of tomatoes ar,c susceptible tqlhe wart ii sci?rf! wmimwwm&mwmmtwin dise.lrAiiafis be fdalecl-tliasft- ch nfay cmtkV ttoteMfa vu'v" 6,OM0fiEBA BOHWHENTUI ' tH 'AGArNSTOLO FEEF ;. af- With' Poor Appetite, Had Complexions.and'Spring . v xV ople ' T J m V.YX.1. J(aOT3.. W JW .. 'tP iwwu . New I read wfth deep, Mijcrfft; yoyp. .editorial article about the pitiful ending of the life efforts of Mrs. Annie Jylson Taylor, AW Aites,t3,oriUdr6ian&; .Blyl 3CauBri8tdi:o,h'Hrt ilJtll a ' I'Yf-AVU- jhc potato family v.iMSMCU;4firj,HH tug susccptUUV-M?tWflnftr1IHT,iC iiicsc uavc uccu uisi.cu.uui wild , S::WAy:: j- i, iiu.-- r 4iiitoI3 isn Jlr j,s Ci'Jltl tl iiiitaii;! oyu,,, .wwvv, W...J,. '' y" -an - "TkS!i3a,cfc J . J I I ficcr. JiycTycIa4,4A, births is about a! in heaths ?0 pcr'JwiTAmMrle-dccrcas- c ()UTpdseiMaivitn?Mht pjt3tiirMn'lad Spring shduhbdlnci prptifcesdof if tlMi i dS broKisotrtwi U yaSKSaxfritiof 'ifliK larac number plants become too far) advanced aHfiOvitt&-ciWaUHiilS:dJ H 7&nl&uM'uiwirM innPrance with pcAa(06s,'caWs1ife'1ti1Mfjyyi tWI i In most cases fcfsnohKabTfc rVhatM IS so S,?f, a"WtQ:"IX.StlPSttali6Tirss(ii-c-J. the AmeriinJarvJo'sr,t6 their homes, Si 1 a ffra rl?t fc tlnrthrlTfoiprirrg trrymir wrtjotr, lcd her to accept any suggestion likely los 1h bmc of thc best sapptettcatarpiiimfprt fUtn n resumption of nor- - r hnd' if you take no pleasure in living, if to result in nroiit. . jHiAvtRP,' :rops to graze to thc ,ojoainuvia trial social couUttiotu, is the reason whjch iftm Jrf&c,HeMJtrXerv?or"!aVi- yctir appetite is i20QtviiK complex- port and iravfc'iatiifet givftff1py rtfy Hfeickprby for the inpallid or nmimipxm you tire 10 inc bmTOJlofrgoatUiTiermliiietJt pVsturM bl?ff liw eot- caJ ly. .'4wr (MrfjJbc sri0MMu6liuyiuP Niagara fo tfqa9fc4frc! oGcureuoe inilJiiLiUiiittdMbfttos cmiuicltnbrfloaotorilfcrvtt.IuH coursctj iMplpkA)'jio(ii'i(if!ft5S'"ifr-.- n ii crease in the number bf births. Thc ,. trimmer bl loci )4ndtMPVMtlucLmatk.Sbitinyl ; would result in large profits, even hndtl to gardens in a few mining vil- - hfjlicroificacobkbi nxhrccdMr rtWy fllfizTMTTffl5i2li I'boolH- - .aiM rftl rcdijctioii .in the nunjber, of deaths State way in tnc spring, especially tiiougn sue lost Her Hfc fhrai(ha e promised ..ao8irr, a a t lW Wmitigwl: tliat tic explained , tell that 8jdP.firffittVFP,(WlMWgniM iiHubcf ofnlnigsninrtoftJd liy the fatalities 1 housewives who have so much work to tb act as iQfliflUbaciw JuiryiftlKl.vJrottijiWlHMir italnifui ctTpictciitit3otioiimi sirAplarBartnow nt and sc- r nffnf 'nrT commiftntalilef diseases have afart jiwitiN-cure. aiiscrirorLJinK4Iicjlatls, isJrcNtntterJ-oda Them&-e:tia- l Nfc Yitr?rtittftt IaWi onrgioJirops3is''tMsJ(nlsrnrvJKen3othM iid rfn ititnitJi in nil tmorf ml due toreditri bsmnl cou. liar mntrrinnv nnn friars tl ir blood becomes jveak an l tftin. AHoaiis and siuulax Husi- e' itTrrvWnfWilrVKrifriVckv morn atten-- v ipgrtfWiitPAUSOtUiiaiitiuicaHa- - area should be al!owfcliH tbc (grnsnnM UiiillrWyonrKc.irtfi rroWB, ftfthig l iie'oifLnrxVlucirwoura Lai Hiv lLo???M'E"n WTlo , sanitation and ' sppm tilt splendid Spring blood tonic, thc crowds that her attcniDt would iitgsinai4iwai'ts;iriippdhaWy,io;sniMt tnblrismtsluiacc.viwtitJtHcolit. fel't dbf- - InftltV'flrtfSKlHg? Gi cies rcpto-AiangaTbc.carry.mH cnpaciityaofithcarwns give t-t.- , n .x- - accepted Ins .nronosa win ciraw. Mic jr. . , w rwi- -nttm.it .rn iiu'vr; iu'ii iinu iii4i i i vi ai power 10 in iwikorpuvcn;a - mt m ana wiwcucacu in Kcttmjj a cooper ,JUe importance of tlTc cUVGRVQEUnVt UDPlOnenrtry .loraKo.crflPS..i paries. iu .'.!Sy. 4 i" Riiys, Is cront when the wintry BftfertB'5 n -' ';.i::.,".V,i l.'i"5Ji....'i?,u re rmtkinier dioou. nut tree 7 barrel on credit. For a t h e.. ewKcntibility of tomwtpeji to ,,. :irhliP.erbikUt ,..-,..-..- ?iTT?Trf . . ouKh your blood, carrying trcsn weight to place in one end of fhe liar. taWSVi WhtaLn4i3tj .iLCSton ti. La'illllf MA1 ? 1J. nadoM Wyjtbrt'Vft "ittv7 WttrK"6rtB,-(fin, ,i. sifinltp.s of oxvfren.to nil thc tinv reus. rni in lfnr it .ir-,r.i,ftlalfrg wTtr srrvt' In rnrry ip rri,felLfif, igy,gpuniy, ernn , ai- VVO'u' di,scascnoiurv aram .vuanttcKlyeSriii flli aafaJjmifciMwUjUaMiMifllihriaiiut mcnan..carctaker of the.4 " jnrti your apiteuto. iotni taKC iksmitli. l'or want orirjonev tq nav,rabSejte''lyf'fpotiV'toes,MittUMo,lArYrt(Mbb will shorten thc4gxazig period, and1 worked for eaclvguessivc monafcTi property, lound 'Il-L- pounds., ot wild ijo 'i cstlio.tiiiniisttaj amdy JUtorsprisisott: jfor its proper H5S AMofjt?WgriW?rW; Mt'''ihto new lojaJitisc thtTOi?"' fti'e SHlcfji4iVSrAnlfiiq !fw no wnl honey. IcngibRnJi Jwill stoHicoiiiMlaroaodWitJiIifiaU'tlKccl . .she . .f..ir.,s.'?TT &lw!.l . WHU )Utl f.WWl Jfllff 5S?5 MtUI tflota hnng ,rfi."J--- i gh?rr; '..-- " ." I j iHjiiii M CnMbMnyw, alKwonajkfcling. juH tilt d WPrMMrtfstW-Pbul. , iiu- -. n .iujjiw jo,,,, boo j 1Q 3 iwt iliUnciM tui'I failed, and JL'Ji3ssiciV)iyYftivPrflW."S(.i1i(if,.rctan.??s positiortT-bm-- it ,.. - ro- -: ton iinioo.v. no ifif: ik iiirOft: t !tH I T jiM Jn iM or.ol-- t .nwoiq nnm. Jin -Pcpto-irajigaf- ll i. qts(hfti.MKifg fflTfif'V SeUft bS?Jb ithJirir-cifulidMicM- ii cau gfifedfj'rwrrtdKRQ ''ljfiUncf toiwicJ.ifKl.-sanu bn M tablet or liquid torm. lake wnicncvcr, aiw idcaTanlhoriliei' Wrbaw'tJidV1' prefer They have.thc santfind(jr-- tciipt''rttQhf'aleik:di4i(hn'arrest'.ai1j-:'- ; yo;j , -- own rwn a tdc$.nuiaiitv.4il) ivaririivtosttdi h.inLo ns nfcwso school in Ashvillc, N. C. Lack of capi iuirfistcfr HMiiRj4iiHtt hT lTH'tf. Body's Resistance to Disease tal resulted in tliaia itjirc of tlic ven- - wbrt-1- found 'to be suscVfitiVfc'w'1 ttire Thc needs' invalid mother, 3 JA5 HO wfsnsn 53C rwoiJ (mo , l.Wnrt ii fh Very "lorionB dnttasuidf spring is V'c. time jvhcji cootl blopa to tfriiftHi, I Slftfll0BSr-8- v Uaiifcyt IMhtumU 0 . Ul. ftoHic tin eon the ioiil mail( J fim thc articc ab,ollItcIy cor. PS!.H.f'lWl? pMiJ g ,.(,,.( Q ii15 cpiwscym uibnUitn.)(iKiascuiuiic !o full iusticV lacrimal nra nscusciaisij anarxs ii fails iWeW'ovcr Niagara ft ... ...li frowwaPrVl arfct,oBtia2fluiJWl. -- .. , iCccenK ff y 14 ,mmi-t itM-- 4 witj rcjxatqtl. )" j: :i va.'XiA X3C. i'sohihU t&b i .ifl;iV.5":j?a;L.iii.t1rANAGlMElii0bFnPAS? .. rft"llts,TJicMcstfj;wJUe " - i i Vi ucinufc.u.i., .'J - .i- - I i wcnitiicnav9,arois youngaatirtitotJ-- i Jlctroci'-l- t icmwribAr yiforl thwbUcf nant!4)a8iuT6i rfflninpMai'-KcouiTJBnna (!' - ,'J ....s II .Jk Jflll, 7H3 iik)osI. datrd . relish' ennttM exeorfi iti3 . r ruiMt ! .,.., - t .'w(fr jmU . ii.t tJ loir? )rtl n'ji ifinj hi x igures W i2w Hjrwilnt jt'SS.' I . bo joas i me Board More Bir low andj&wrer Deaths. of. State I F,i,Ui...i , MM 'Mil F h -- , 'srlihll V n-- r", lB 'Ktic 't'f u'J v tM ad..Jrfls&caiu.-'--o- Atoii3nir ? UelCbtotiMM(atis?-tiiiMIj,nJivia.b- .aWofca ilgsi- - VP.W5&VT,Wa t- t iaM?soUi. dtKerisMckidn (hpHstoC 5Mtih( bcV'IiogQ tooraty.'tlTc eoai'sEr j)txm:tHnCa'ftJca'S'l)eitiiilbtl Hbribif. rot 1 H1' IT """l.' j ,Wl fr'S&j"?; !.' (3nq.'b(ilvjb?1t;l,T ifti , ' i i i - vo i at tiv isUiixitB hns 'J3 oi prctimui, Stat-- j 'Rciiiai.TiaceVftUrStatistics, to Dti'l 1A..T. rcCnrmark.. State Health Of-- ; pfy rMMMlnlkHqJH lw il'oiiisSIlc.3Iarch 12. Six thousancil i nbrc babies were born in Kentucky n ll):'.lu,alf.'J?f:!lnc...Drcccdinn vear j nnfl fnvi ti, lll'lfl .i..., O ,..1... trwtn- - I'uiauiia urea ' iwnii Mm,e AlA y Blackcrby, iu a . riM l I! oi Jiadly-iiicafiSLi'r1i- pjw mnda nt- iH :- - atf n. .- c- .. yir ItSSSzEy ..if .i M..Tlrt-b,;Hvt- i iTy' pn-lai- ". Lw;..yj.wvhMyjwAft'j --- " ' $ . bslfifti'HSir - ",,.- . ...- .... v. .lo-tlt- iji4wwr"ii jKi.-niK- T . cinal 'valudy Getthe'mjOin i;; fir Fir rimrlpi! V. Wpph'"f Koflisilirc ntf!: "TN,.,.S KJI.17.1 ir.nJ.vf..K013.b- (pv.j. "" ""i..'".,y"K!1. '!:'' iiM... ,,),.7 ,'V recently tora tnc ioiiowmg siory,- in ot detection aidj Hot tdVJifri c. 03rrcl i iin .;ri..; u oui"ab mr into 6i)& dh'yi?r oftlrt Hifc: i fitrtW?r-- t ft A-ga-J-i: sokJ, pKolnc). tf be , oif:a'Ack1 ,bartfP'f6r' a ?ii islwrlntftttotlierHnhcrbafrolMft jij ii r ".'."" '!fj Hc-.oV- l, T4,cresrit--V1is'"(JmeAlrt(lnc3-sflTd- inriaeAW'saift LpHi?(fflle coiricto1 in vain sefrtion' opnJitiiii,: 'Uil ill.iiJfill n' drink or play poker he disgustedly side to side, at I'licli lull lioninir it -Brass 'BedS'MinisIieG'' Mil ovcmlig would work free retired lOTiisUfobln-'wtl- i uU2ri papfcVJ Hcdh.ii1(l'to-Teabhci?r lnr- nackto us lormer onlM3Ti Oil 4t .nasuion.-lhcr- e '' uus Pf Rf t.llUUlII.1lt1tjr n- tdd'torAc' Jfft Yorker "hM t1 'rlitKt iHarMwjrfe''ftoii?eA? oT'jici aitfl 3ftr 'trylirg expbri(nce H i vf .. t: -- iUt .UMMMMMllW4KMlWHlNMnBaBrthdMa .i'bi MW yj Jll lUAIllllII pMceWgct o 'st She could fefcrfliharrL.rrnTf ft&m rNickeTTandi SilveraPJaf inTiH . inn 1II4V i i.il ii A .1411 oi W lJ bT5H-noq-iv- T 4 ,i(i'w jrfT J tlUlflJ'd T 1 IS F KJlBMHEadKBbaiirf 'i viif gniii iiw Jrwas i irptigu.tuc gradii.11 uxliaustion tl1;U-yg,qnotniK min.,0. ATT. .VVTkpii s ige fbat.ahc.rqat consciws, pT that I miiFht after all. be eadinu i ':... .:c 'CM? ',, .i i, Iks into temptation reijasd' of tjicCWr'eljaiid tbetf$i3pf, - iawiot ';''""?).'". wttio-xnanlri 1V1T - .''ii"'. jui - ritdllT' IJ .'' jf J .bMWotfSft - i - iM4tad air, foot Ww' ..i-- r -- . ydKli e w . crass ,48 n.l .. n .., ' Mr. Fred White Says, "Don't Idle Be-- I cause You Only See One Rat." ("I diMAtsodpftaltall M 1 JsiiSpre.d,auexnasuro at u y,trTt;rjcatiQn itom Jicr'jijris.qn Tbq iejjyive he, ias5kid enough to .present to, her, 'anjl itlw!., negative was her "only return from hej $1'P25 Soia'4iiiargra?antcdfeyiConrad Tcnturc. , ... .. - ,. ,v Payne & Co.. Clo(erpart,nKy., ind B Half dead she was taken F.i Beard & Co , Hardinsburg. Ky. home of a Canadian carneuter. a'nH Arii'prtKiMiiiMit po-tato4 4o-.,tJ,i- e full. Thev ate iiiy potatoes trying RAT-SNAicot 5 dead rats Tic rest alert The- - pd)s3 xiCthe If there to eat RAT-SNAart rats around your place follow Mr White's example., Threcsizes, 3."ic C5c, crjeajiare qf, Jicr d attc,mpit,.' Ifprttuiateli'. for. her. a rnTMAW leflow townsman' with a camera, ban. cel-la- r 4cuc(L tqJie qij the. poiijt (rf rgpk Iw- After iuw ine iaus to llirl, linr hnrrpl t.nt Masonic TemplVoiirlh arid Chestnut pro-jecte- Very, le,v "' lil AlIfiUSIA!EIUteiQ!eojiirfTOfirM . ' 1:.km ia S.th i naane.worKs . J..: o 1fORAC3E':BV:'jY)F? riiSftr' " '"' fzaPMTn ii iiii irafcwJl 'ullUJJJL .J'tJ!'',I-5'f!n- 2 The SouthLaVgeife"" .'isiAb'KSM teba? n2Mii nma ywa?y-ftB?wa- tu isno3B7 LEARlf'QEE'Sb'S SHORTHAND miu j. weniwn "jeasury nooKKoepun, TIT caain M f: "k tpwpwft -- " ,," jiowi wsteau at ,r l iwa.fltKcct. UT jr u a?ni t j.; ? triTi ('SayItmtkFtowersZ M ' fF fliiMmriWkJrrJrtr5i"K ' t" athletic end !5oorHn Goods """ . UmMitffis 'alBm&Mii Jinan AnyiCeajeux Ccuaj Motor Co.yfac ,4 ; -- i nrfi.;! boa m.. mum i i Third at WalniK "Louis vlllo, Ky. bf DEffiEPROS. CO. Incorporated Hoofing idrrtgg'etj'Vliii. iiii mk(ihj.ui (Etermont -(Eaf etetla 4,mn: j. tt:: ii ' ofi? ,,l )i!" t t i TJie-"Hbin- e fi I '! Mi- - 1 TV A TT atirfocM ! ' 'UD Ji) i i GETTING HIS REST. 'Well, was your vacation- - ajsjfc- - rd?"Li?d'Srrtg.' Wlifre,.I.UfU),go f.l , , --?V" te 1,35 Presented fiiWiiiUiil JiNLMui'i 123'''.,W'ESrT it t Pfll- llftlniii! iwl )llrttlt" When srrr rccovercdjict host presented a bill for cr fre amount of which stag gcred tier and the doctor who attend till rn ilni M rii ..fjiiii ii '"iW'A'R-E- ' ST1TP.R.T '3H :fifeStWAiAp i 7: i aoa W'lu'q bi'-- j if'"..w ()! mm ni jaoaaiX)ld JJaysih'-tfbArlei whciJIeD 15tflbnMiIc Jinrie'alJCia Wj , either young or old persons. ,trIft(inftYrl 642 FOURTH AVENUE ms jjC". oy 3 eity form. uicwy-HittstraCHINA-GLASSW- ARE A Kl(iiwT'iHcoiroiiATiiHrntiJtioH oCtititM ' "' Vtic tfJ&tnfjenfal(t50c. 'vtHUlSWRurniBhing Goods TRAINS YOUNg';lWP''llt"G6bOI' ' :. .., mployment"AT'!d;;succss, , , The btaiaarQ-Pcruitin- g GIFT GOOOEfA SPECIAL FEATURM t OJnCt t6Ulllllt (V. Loulsvlller'Ky VtttMJI (l - .f II tUTMII (. NOHTH Of o fc'fThe- - RMfr: Tr '?t biij ' to io Rencingldi) HiDARE Reinforcing P ni iM y XAO JkHilstfftle.iKy.ornJ: Steel Lm3i Kpainded Metal JlVxxXIVX ST. ..3a J.D Oittv;fr.5Wi teu - L, I '' wm& & coWWrWSIPSrs "o ? Nowhere. The. family will !Age-- I tornorFaV7."HlEiiHiniBhaij old. JeT-- 1 ni gfcLuchy Tiger and Scalp Rei6edVZeVitfsfe INDORSED BY HOSPITALS AND I Jftt -' yYP?M Cu itfVJ Mmftt. WK E WK0 KW0W" I k Lfj beauty, health action Immediate and I Mi w certain. Money-Hac- k I Guarantee. djbjle4 .orsJHMSeSl Bf (J AtdrugtlstJ tT71 iiiir a n mirnnni r"i rn Binna. n oddaluatre. I niri promoUaliuninantiirowth R1 mm&ff'm "wnuSuuff 'Bjnulna Diuml Ol Cattle ViofWfe Qhicken bnd li".JilUJ.B inciu j n i M( LCCKYIiGlct..llJllansaiCfr.MiN nVHiaif seen iufa wanloplier.rbarTel4 with Wt itvslriplion , , ,.,. s. ;miHD-sgiving its history. SJil- bflrroXvCHyfiKjiKMto tro to clii- - Draiin,4 Wall4 DecrjralJon?'.,Pa'irttiri'; LcaB,o,Tgii!,lcd upoii th'e firm and told IIpHfilgfrirnT TTiirnUuro' IVlnVirt i her Story. The firm renlied that it ' nun uimuiu h nirnj iri'ini HI llil Eatinutc rttcd known nir.n aliu hnd K'Pjii .fistinilVe" n tii itlnHiniim iiii tin iin tin ii 1 pi j, i. very cenerouslv cave the Imrrol tn i'.'List Your Farms' With jlur. Some months had elansed: the tt WHEELER; REALTY W. li'lrniis (fi npfnlcl rfTauTTl the HUl esBof th. M' to J er fo rafi " u ' ' w ": J JW l had dcpartineiTt - Ja rrephln.lwilllolltlf6rsfr, later a fncinUrerjQrtw lliat ,iiua ClHcago tore? - SJie- - J1tlidrl5o)mciyTnoi,D6"iicy,l irid her agent had disaooeared. takintr lier TiB. Duncaon& Sons Jl TUO'lU " W. K. STEWART CO. nwi(rNc?)RPQiATEP-: 'i?n Mill ' 'W. Armjc-,'ntfatfnexpjBnst- ii T, JT Till BG0KS',vSTATlbNfckYj"4 uFiormcrlvJJcarinB' 3it !, New Mulduuu Hoiiiiiireiif Err 6, MillilHiollBiy Service h -' MonumentSyJVIarkers J. L. STRASSEL CO. t-- Vi'l'lVLI JLUiU)llUJn.U 425 S; Fourth AVenuK-NT- j i4iifiii . ZXl " vi".,i iLO fii'lV ! .1 and flir MW naP?ilrf2Bafterie Ifl 09) RRE1j fl auiO 190 435 E. ADWAY iery, 9 " ' i- -. ILJflTlP&aWlnjBriii Mi :I rrrnvvw4fiS&M9iUlMiU23 .u " rfHWcCiSilKSJfSi ttJiKaH63MicwEftjlWQi3lft ' ftBJH6CTfa35ffi!tfB!ffCTi tff"PW?iil-aTI- ' itr.wmw PEH1AL JI JI 'Jn l"x3 asemrtiftit wmwwa iUw LJJJSICI-L ""WHlBBf 3 b"- Trusses bsiiz aa-vMAl- uuuunen 01 Ti Brac, j - tislairax 'tuai IMrrTrtTtFAmAMT Cut flowers Tfieo. rafef. to 8janflss!B,fca. FS4- 'j.'jIt 3 'M .V3IHArC .jjJIO 1 1AIFAPEMIHM 3tfe-- J All y Iflt-eedl- rl T 1 J :Abc.J.II Jr'l'an protirflda7iiftmji4(fl r'l f I'Un til snapHit KiltfJ I Aftist?-'1"- ! Jti was co i Too enfeebled by her experience to aatt to imKumiimwmmi dm? sccur- - ealv bee; ThU''ft"liJ ''Jr iJcll"lncllnar mr.;. - VTiinai irvit jih5yfi,i,wt ' iTy J? i n7'1TiTT7,a':r.,riJ'iS)-- WALLER'S ) n, jjui i riTTJST'Jiir w j Fn- - "- Conklv'l Buttermilk Slatting food aita JCt 5QC 5fyril Gnrjji. W. D. GATCHEL & SONS Fifth and Walnut LoulsvllI Afukes Chicks LJve. oo6te (batfcen Kentucky Chocolate Shoppe Rehm-Zeih- er (Incorporated) 21 W. Market St. PET SHOP Grain 634 S. 4TH V Louisville, Ky. 11 M tllAlJ'lli.Jnt Fallb.iilcfJIrlaMiipBnade aud Xia- - a WWTL Breckinridge County, The motive of her venture was not kL"t,,e fascination of lanBWa,l4mt e d U ivXafj pg VZ r Mfa.:: i a u frMeiij Fit i.i "T" in i. co mi; r Oscar mmmmmWmi BH. .! j 7 trav Hay Farmer & Sons The QUAU7 Co. M"Sb. v ir When you come to Louisville see us. r 1 l City Elevator and Warehouse POULTRY, ANIMAL,' fcAiiYHFR -i 13 N. 15th and t -.v UUZffiSI ." " Too Cm Set fn Blfl Investment 5secunties m m tbe mwnw ... . .1 .and HjI oiti 'Ji'Mv -"- potties 4 a ptoorgrtant tnc ! MiT IWiiCra rtiveaiVWtt afMfliWAe;rfforltllf Wft'f of rmrig-'twi- inncri. 'Tll.BlUOl.a iot trrrscTrnrrmwr Eitimates Submitted. 1 T t f taA. JL I hope that the balance of hcrji Shol tnorn-UM- l I'dlifff'Snortnorri. Road Sultan jiiaih(0leaeehF aon ot White-hal- l Sultan, hrails the hiiV n Dur s'rKoljfirt ilbgs, bprague Defender headi th bcnl C .7.? TT 12C. MIA . - i.i r.- t .us. . D cederr "oMHM.WieMWerf l Sflo'AhiAiK In rgest gas holdfcr-irH- he Tim . U iter At4. rtr.i world is under con structiou in Haiti IH rial n -. r.TW'jiTHf-i.i .Jiiijja 'I'UIV. k'VVIlUH'-- tfiiitv" iKfiMiw .;P l I ft mw.m J. Mj ilpWuiROn&jaOJI PJif r O rier mother AevJtJtt;i:a; i.-r.s..,-o.' rxiw a;djxii r'a !i?is'sTurRrfcil ni VJUfld ff to on awr Y.,mQH)MJfaUlfrq uiruve sinvurin "w"1" fu .tjhp "" W r .rmi tfrnirrn 1 o Women's . - m -- - .firr.HH e .. m 1 .mh iivrrr 4 hi ih. -!- ITI1I1 r5Si rvint 'uh w L.i)AppareZ at ihi V Mm n Ken Ixlellng Abo Pone. .:;.;; .i ",T :!;..'" jv s - L Glln Dean, ; li "" '4.....,iiu.j... K1 :tfa maLM2SSM3mmmWmmam -. jui-sm- Bourfionfocr Johnson i.i. , iw. ioJ'.--' .; a.i ic.Qs.vm 0 rrfol. o ibr . i I 40 I largaret McCormick Abe C. Levi Bldg., 526 4th St. Any ma Company iK3aifis and Blouses w II i racpac ate, Suite, INCOIIPORATCO O. AL BIRCH, General Manager mmm $ Main Sts., Louisville, Ky. U rxuth. OppodU 8L Jmtp k laUrlnaix, 4J t-il- VdllevHcmie Stock j utui 'i .i- - wJ -. mm PcfandtEhina H&gsta:'iSbediiltv) Polled Durham Cattle11 " Jt IW. J. OWEN & SONS. ProDleton HardiELRbure, KyM Route l- - ram a - tm stand U'.'S fucrcliiulTrttiidi-fiaVei-.-fti.icity ol I0.ooo.ooo cubic feet. . r rnco OQrrent,-giTnHI'Tur rnir tiunuaj itir mo lnt? uiiti bolllnjr prices, f IjH HlumM IrtT 1 1 iWMgMJ4fff?ft5H (Betmxm Mau apU Uxf), M Diamond Pure Food Co. Jeffersonyille, ind. Establlsh'cd MFERS JSil9D 15 A fnnnn I e-- LASS IN FOIt AUTOMOBILES, BtEARO BP!3 U,rAiU..Xll&i5'll I I TtWMV;Jl:frCTni :hW MU4iml'9mmVJm'imti h. ?, v. c. Caumra isar & Sons (In ) Manufactu rer otr 135 North hfhlrd B'a actual StiHf asaisiviiio Mar! Sadantf - (SiMIk S11(S3J3S fcr evil JSxcelence XSUI1 '.! Mjofr LIVE SlSQS!? l,'"l' 1 nr ,tinf ht rr 3t 1 Excelsior and Brooms StI We buy and sell L BoftidaJL looli dfB6dlvma'n st. SILVERS EAL TOBACCO TPTTt LLlLffl ffllrl ftiig itr r -- PAF'EBjihaj We VCC liT -- AlU DC invninraf ftiit(ti(iup V-ioi- carry full line Write or Wlr for Prices 1 thrt last 6th iJUgU 3?rgriod y'tio arAlrnVrrJJcirkfiltn. $trt .- DYED OR CLEAhifeD -" raitheasterr Paper Co. O Reliable Stock Companies 4 We want Good stock salesmen trfmrrMf12 4 j 9 luisvHkertWnber icin 'itMjrwMn iha ri Lak4 at A xa 204 West Mrfn-V-- Suite 3063-- rteputflo Bldtk 2d;n.h WKa,L BEECHER MFG. ARTIFICIAL LEGS That Are Comfortable, CO'' VaAP'aVa -f- ONVENIENT -L-- FOR SHOPPER- S- National Life Insurance Co. MOUNTPEUER. VT. Ubi afl " Louisville, Ky. :werwrieiMHPc: "'j... 'n .wvfru lir ubHTMn A-M-O umA aai . .iF..rtti B.lw..n UUriy J13KJTAH ' WUaul PREMIER PICTURE THEATRE Amt UuUyUle. Ky. liacola BMf. WmW MMcr ropa4lQ far UJ Bonntr, CHA8. A. CSAVKNB, Gen. THEEHMEniLEVENSM. hcorporaua BUIIOMKH 301 LODHTILUS MATMNAI, wJvMHHBBKBB-BBJBBHMDJ-I ' h'U - . i- - -- . t mi ism i A'aAV LaauA.... 'jfjllllii rbbbV UKHttTiril . lfc- l- iHSHSIjWw-I- ii ' " Tra;ra. n ?M8fcrifttt usi my- - "it's no fjKm LsLI H ) vtf&IHrvlJL tjPf f'VKWm "vA LbLibk tLsBsH". s vsbbbsW rt'i .ijr mHtnm ert, nt last, .w. I L hat ji inccJIpg between TfiP'HLXVX' bsbbHvV tlLsBiBmBiBiBL vt-A't- ryour lmper 'nt' ybdr hhhilnood " PeVWi.niicnrifcnlnB vi. ami iiwir tne exception al conditions, CQUltlonly bring nbout compllcatloOsjbcy.oiWl' Oiiiapnbillty of any one of us n hnilille.. Her she divide her Income with "me Is sonbsurd tlmr I am amassed at i . nt JFslnHMM'Piornton, .. 0389e'f?0$I TL . at tho ... I ,n jttsm J&j,2tlf aySiNttmVTAB jf H'i'?2E AV? OUW JUBINI8B 10 TO MANUrACTUPfC Fno'ccnJkt'4J'kJt ri fOL ftiiiiiVwB H Ou?.x & tL. I HBsHi!Vr ri.'S'rA jt." . 5 airj Mliy.uus wired ,ni4V jaw flrsf time, n many ycirs. k . "I don't mind you calling we; -- Holiertr! "" In pi; yie t t,' Mippei;-tlnen- he jro5 said- - meekly. vOJJ.W t''CCit jnDwfti&thlotf iy'nml f4 1 copmfftfMwwmrfflmil:-c!ffl- P 9. igradlially 6 a surprising volump "don't forget that Pprttnil'sert'fohO oflhe deaiOsf, mist unspolfejl. loVflhlc. ahd wholly 'ndor-ablyqung person's ini It's ever been bli.tdlce V3lVtO. I ji 'l e (Continued Prom Last Week) "Know him!" gulped Pamela, In n I'YCk-Wpswl.lilm- ' i TAXl-fi- lCf QflAEt 6n,n WyVday-nfi- ' (imke ldiu'thfnjc It ., v , Mr Randolph took hli latest cigathts KtrlctBC, , r.WJjy. rette from, his mouth m t ."Now; ' illHton," i resumed TWr. ly Illegal peroration, duringallowed his!H I ftUUritlpd and' "Kftsed Mr. ' : 'Tri gain' to Whve Q'Shaliglinessy the voice, taking Midden notice. "Well fne b'dys "tip hcre'n4 tliey come Jn nn' .lips o spread' Into a' broad smile. " ' dearie, why didn't" villi nay mi? T" "" i'ntirnit..Aulsllfi P11t..V'"l "P r "Mr. Milyuns," he safd. ",I always thought yon was one of them hleh- - wt-foc- .a did like you; now,, I've got a deeper CuUSiUly-Ilain- tai f. .mnkaup. S brow dnmes. If It's n matter of klssln' round the corner to tone your face, eeHu?. They "call It loje. I. admit fjSj the boss over the wire, IKhyiustrWtti go your tfiKkJcnrdo' to the human end of you thnt tho dorm to thecolor of it. l wonrjusten y. JE.Y B ;nli?tle JoJ $r$er eyjcbraffj, ejvflxi only thing thnt keep- - me from rushkA And n momcntHnteT, PSiuVln,in n a deep scar in tin upper up oi yer ing straight nwny. tOcnji on the Indy Atanmttnn Kwlw yhu have so accurately described N the yyeokintube. Get me?" K' "Oh, Mr. Mllyuns, thla IsInnfcltn 'fact that I haven t money and she " " and I've found him , , , ics has." ' KN tBS-- L IXx !l Mr. Ilnndolph. No; hrtporrhny H i J"I5ut whrit nbout,'the Job! offered lll ruj 1. "' ryy t . . Yes. lie's coin ir iindGrUiAnmne pUJOiUIJQ. zZ you?" .Interjected Mr. Mllyuns, $ of Slim Hervey and he was drlvlnpTthe "I 'was coming to. that," sold Mr. Village. .Cab company's., No. J8AS. and Itnndolplu "I'm jioL keen on chnrlty ; ? ne smashed It on the' curb Ju"st from Miss from you of that horrid Poppy club, and when I Thornton, but more than 'that I fib, .jrnu.utlll he saw me. he ran. wouldn't bury myself In your stuffy get him, won't yon,? ... Jlaggq,. tairnti old ' skyscraper nt rnny cash price 'And now, If you'll hang up, I hnve a 1 known to man. In the' first plnce. yoi 1 few words to say to tha new tele- belong to the most unoriginal of . . Oh. nol yon , phone girl of yourjE, . theeconJTyou make VI '""flffffff pBpHMMMMPHrCjBLHlL needn't tell her ; money too slowly."" d'f" f on the wire. . "JMnke money too slowly I"' gasped thank youl it . ' Mr. Mllyuns, forgetting Bobby nnd daaamin I t Pamela nnd their nffalrs for the first time In three weeks. ynnd reimnnhpr-Ing- . ilk for n change, nnd with a twliixe of his bnrdenu'l cotjseicned, the size ThofAfcei '' of his' la's retainer. "Hd 1" ' When Mr.'lioti lwJIJBESWu,'nuoPn' l -TJtmOTvB&lm WS Rut Mt; IrnctlnJjjJi'iIIoed blm no alias Slim Hervey, $o&&'f, vice Pat- - iMfflSIW Tt5 time for liHluJgeuop In vocal mirth. rick O'Reilly, e:VrnKJf7tne village "TfeTTBBBiiBr "That's whatvl said" he continued, I, Cab company's NlWflKskldded that fvfl unmove'd. -- "To" meet Miss Thornton vehicle disastrously to the curb lu w face to face and 'pnnshamed I J'eel front of the Poppy club ana, as ar- yv -v thnt I mustuT' have a capital of at Mist milt of his criminal TT a hundred-fliousnTijunction with Miss Imogene l'ame ia . JTe.,sank'hi'heJfii'ln"nfiought for a v Thornton's reprehensible peokln c oc- - i moment.. .Whence raised It ngnjn, cupatlon, hurled tli theL""wdely. placed .'blue .eyes were a middle ofgha sld Lm thre, - tSo; .was the snddleof faint and knees, he teai ilJrJinls9fc JmHl a spontaneous impulse to help her to freckles ncross.hIsnose.; so.Iwas-th- e unrnntee of honesty across hht open Mr. Randolph, "PtA i'.iic. all was - to Mr. Randolph's widely placed blue a uew look of SUUrtfen resSluO'oh'."s:jA demand " (Co'nrfnue'd4 'next, week) Two considerations, j)p'avjr.&l9tti Lvps;injy cowed. Jij an, eff(rj to'.exumlife ffs was n Joke." "Thanks,!' said shadK Ms hewDsndly.. 9sbnr.sia -- but .my teeth." . to h'ssitrb of 'tljp Injpos-ft-lbl- e I Vould bring you to her, nnJ, ii thpvhoIy nmckerelr I wlll-H- f Ithavo; to lold. you, by oie oar .wjth fpy ,t, ijloge Sv S mum signers to ocqup'y .themselves entirely It falls to the happy lot "of some de with children's millinery and here tthqy present ki our ns pretty hats for little misses as ,have ever gladdened nny eyes. Silk nnd soft brills, many ribbons nnd a few small familiar flowers make these pretty hats for the heads of life's springtime blossoms. known to every child, tlie truth that the hungry should be fed and tlie naked clothed. 1 iac had to choose between the loss of private property and the law' which is written in every human heart. I choose tlie one which 1 believe to be true " Garland who stated that he renounced his claim to the million dollars because he thought Christ would have done the same- said: "You canMamon.' So many not serve people ready to serve the dollar means so many less to serve God. There are great opportunities to do good, hut they- arc- in men's "hearts; not in my check book.'' Mr. Garland, coining as he 'does 'of of a rich family, doubtless knows from experience that mere money cannot buy happiness and real peace of mind. He might have used the million to spread the gospel of limiting inlrcri-tanOf course people think him a sMllv Crank. However, that is1 mild in comparison with' what the same people would think of the Man of Nazareth if he were here now to rebuke our modern pharisccs and upset-th- e fables 'of the money changers. He' almost surely would be caged up as a menace and might not escape being crucified ajl.oyer again, for the controlling classes were no greedier, for gold'dr crazier for power then than " now? Shorthorn1 World. ""' - ... 1 h$V"h nt i,J r ..wwiii ST-- tvw:;--- rl God-an- 'fSfSKSiSB t FT Inrfil MiSi - - HncjtmeJUss Wuii Duwerlh. wfto U ffist of MOrchM. dOdnred winner f licRl by the He uJ,ahRCTfMuluiuUtTimt-city- . o. The mol- jja'jriitpper:. Lffirc'ifiMiy- - umier ti e1IIIM1IHUI in inniiu ctij'v.upn.w, blc kind of apparel for sports, stret t, work, piny nnd formal occasions. TI o "ATLANTIC ,ACITY BQARDyVALI" jCTimons'floth'esiftrli'apsSvIll get mo e Ugtiii'IHelSSllOfOS !tent1?5c'Jut m(n nnd children will linveplpnty, of o EIGHT DAYS. portunity to see wlrut trreihtar prop c fulilpjis foi .them. ' - k'.J.i iW ' N'timfrons othef will c U ' IiRt3ntdreil'WithitMetSiidelsion BEAUTffUb.'MODELS'AND, tl e I5oardvaUvK(U'li rtnv) Jhojijiinragemei it NEWEST, STUNNING STYLES of the show will provide some spec! ii ; fixtures to'bitanmnilieqdhiter. It ci n bj suM.Jlioughjjtjuvt u contest of bat An Exposition of Useful Household Ar tints ai tlioproposi d tides Combined With Much Enter cNents. litMntltWli entertainment m d Vaudeille taining Gayety All For the Benefit exhibitions f jlrauiyt & .nuierlnl?. llLB mien fiJ er n tenstntg dlplftyp"TjuiicutrviEii aim u inri'nc provided. trans;-- , Louisville's big Armory will be Etcent during the twice dally pc formed Into a realistic reproduction of formances, visitors to the show will UiuojxaulitfaJLniuiliilMiiHlw.iiUauAfa,i e KlsUrANI v ' '3 rrnm CntraE", nr rt r- :H? fTSK 'i-,Si i- -- '- w' iud "mi2iJm& -- i- -- 'firrt'''frt'eTwr'-wfmhwiwtrfuttwH- aiUicCitr-4luvMMlHH4kstrHln-da- -- -- ik&Va ?& xj 5ti c. 10QMlcff- reOtfD'ItWhJ : Bihftidgff a mmm&?w. JKT3aC r : &?. srsnSMtittrMnr; irom the ht In Aprll..fora crent fosliion llsnlav and enmhnVjMdsrof tl?e TtTa'dlhg merchants-of the "city are to be represented and twjee daily nil that a new and most fashionable In apparql for men, , women and children ,will be displayed In a dashing; promenade of prof esslon-a- i models on the boardwalk., (Although 'the merchants" nre giving the "show" they are doing so In a public spirited way, nnd the. proceeds will be given to cj'arfty. It, Is 'to- bo un educational rind, an amusement" affair, to exhibit new styles of all kinds, and an exposition of all .kinds of articles of home nnd domestic utility. About hulf ni hundred professional models will put on "the style 'show. A - (ai)rlde CITffll'a'or In the Atlantic City wlieel ng Kimtraioaiid-thgHralHookl- nt tlie exhibitions In the sK'ty or sey- 'enty snutijjihW fWit fill 14 Instullca. dle hundred iiW Af UiW-iiU- e to li.m- liqiisaiids of people during the Vghl laHVf tho "soWw tuitil every TrtlTflnee' nfuicatlon is fpr one of the most successful pageant carrrivnlsALoUijUe I F qylias staged.' vlVoVaifnMi balls, relics ofalie Bat tle of Brandywine, were discovered by Penpsyjvania v)iile a. farmer--ip dig-glPAj AA Ci n-r- r?rrrr.:ciE ji helcT by Troops Sept, 11. 1777. Hti0iQi hoes'.jn froni J a of Lord CbVnwallis, , ridge whjc'h "was 'I Jiis JarrnUThey Ridicule una Ilonflr.flfluglitiWntiOP ofiopenvas Ju' t USE OF MONEY me wing, as u were, ana aeneciuu beginning to dawn acrossthos troubl i ZAND POWERS. his flight from westto , .etxyUa, Jn. hls Jipuest facef whe Ujere cam j sham turn due .south ut.tluil corner! of' asfiarp knock ,wi the do9r," ollowe street ai'SJftirviinue irpH)ptty-b'the rittle iof tUe' loos , oiiortiioru oreeuer9 ,as a class arc m uie nrsi piace, oui oi me corner or knob and the unceremonious entr, sane and sound iif 'all their 'relations his eye he had seen his of ope , birdlike. with 'their fellows and with 'the world ds, Mr. Neartonl'JIrTVerfle''and cbrprqtlon lnwer and two corpuleilt 4ii general. .They, value, money and SuikPerry descending the shallow clu'ti I mon. power but arc-nwilling to Wont steps in an UvtotalfchV, f'e-"thfc'dcclolined tit souls to gain cither. There sell their is O'Sliatighnes'sy. second place, he sud(H:lify'i:rel'l(flle'l;te"a ffutrnfced Mr. I fxfASJnittle fiat Miss Thornton' vns ah',;Kil'esV,, The legal light paid him no heed anil high above his present i Jvecp men from being ndvaticeir oh th& Slim Hef thatr tends. ns he had gathered from bevey with outstretched hand.1 merelysorjlid. Indeed it would be dif- tween the lines In various advertise "Robert I" he cried beamingly. "MV 'ficlut for 'one who WaS'Crazy to amass rerring to ilcaba.w ments in the local nres you 1" frfrtune dn 'jor offoftime to be the location of his 3t9MF on5Qnnlf rrfdrfl tnklthe. Jlad hand. Slim. iiTtunc witli nature and tlie ing and otherwise recompensf yj 8WffftiJHMr. O'Shaughnessy. "The llf really sgr6at influences of'iife""'eyers to for turning to the right In a matter tie runt may be tryln' to serve paperfc be really interested in' cattle. " ThereTs.someiTung ennobliug and of ten thousand dgUjuaJUittUwluL timmmmmiimmmimMkmtitmmMm nstfrttzrftrt,.fr.!issiftTiuCidto'jLTfliR..Iao' earned Increment. iiinl pi I'll Tor ancl familanty wTtfi live stock. Na- As he gazed for oi "pi yPflBriifiPB'kJ-it'iPrffY-.nin-Vf'ft t- down Into the'preni ably eager face of this lovable vision on her hands and knuus, wululi It ing is one that properly handI seemed unbelievable he had once held "I don't care whether they think builds and beautifies, and gives In his arms, only the they're goln' to pinch you er not," re- - more abundantly. In these days favorite poem of his nurse: frrinQ.'fih's'1'8,ffQziflxing high tension searcli for money regai mnrk4tf malignant eyes on the two heavy less of the means of getting it, tfrb I could not love thee, dear, so much Loved I not honor i1ltVTliV'a1erT4n refreshing abDj Hut .x"i Hkjtjif IctHdrtM long with caW kept him from fnc ihg'Wiow'wllW would convcr Boys I" uuuenly tie roared: "Hey of ridicule and giving the eternally into a camble or ca searching Diogenes with his lant axe not needed. Here and there he a run for his money. As previous been a few such but almost with? roocpiito,unnudrtTUnatttoc(wj mwiit exception they have come to cfief! stated, it was not to be. Mr. RanThey cannot be Charles Garland of Boston tcful dolph turned from the waiting arms of steps in three. blamed, for they had recognized In Mr. to accept a legacy of over a million of the sweetest temptation ever by man nnd made his swift way O'Shaughnjtsjstftt' jpjn .who had once cause tie uiu uoi want wnai ue to the sanctum of Mr. Tourke been arrestefiimblirdg1 over with not earned. Ponzi, of Boston is(in for trvinc to take short cuts O'Shauchnessy, forawoiMnanager of one hand a Ford that., had- -. crowded J ,'iflIioasVeafrncd'iy fatKer people! to & rtWW.SSC r.ajv.4ca ma,milhan eotle and vou michtHj ,"., Vlllnnn C.,U WIU)IUUji him. JIKU MV UlUbU tA "Now, Robert," "Tourke." said MfSJtttido alio'tlterHJa'i'ianlK cYou wouldn't hi Smns1ioiP.Qip the two. oft soniige, apparently, quite oblivious of to through. wauldS whels or my wagon an the curb In the desertion of his mpports,-V.jusy Dojnzby:'' """' c' . front of the PonnrvsHib. Dock rile wani to tain wun ybv. May ijut Young 'Garlahd said: "A systj thirty, please, and mako-o- ut my pay down?" which starves thousands while lie F. "Certainly, Mr. Mllyuns," said Rob- dreds are stuffed condemns itself. 08.&CS2 system which leaves a sick won "Through. SllraT whadda ya meanT' ert, apathetically. tc and Mr. O'Shaughnessy. said "Think I'm "Excuse ms," ,rnurmnred JIr' hclnless man offers its service It! healthy condemns itself. join to sack you for a skid on a day 0'ShaughitSy..t ika-.didn't I such a system that offers me a riiillj like this? Pay for your fun, kid, but get the. name correct?" '"'-ca- take another wagonlW.OC Z - - - " "I beg ydur puTddn, Tourke,"" said dollars: kl,'ni1i4J Afh cimntnet trdi in , Robert Randolplfcgglgf Slim Her; .Robert, '8tfT.:'PardM Ty, shook his hea'jk-- '. Tourke O'Shaughnessy." He pro-, r Toa don't undefslntid." he said nounced'lt "O'Shbckenssy""' to thedd- light of the owner's ears," long 1 Pye lost my tfwl.' "Lost vour nerve!" trasned Mr. to the correct intonation of 0'8ha,ughnessy. "WhJd. mean by the exotic patronymic. "I did hear correct," said Mr. tellln me a lie like tnatf Come on, .iwwj draw a map I Did ye kill the O'Shaughnessy, as lie rose and tip-toed from tlie room. "I leave you Aches, pains, nervousness, 'dil ,buider . inating, often hie "Ob, no," said Slim; ' rders. The wprlc I isean, the young lady all right" ledy for kidney, Jive MT IvQcrln vnil 'LLMtrAaVlBH aiLVrwaV aKJMBkaiVata H yaTt LA al W A t LUm. a uric acta irouojc v waM fn irnt rf"l ' MLrM rvPjLW1 FTai 1 Towrke. "Skirt on you 'aLiLVaV aafUsiLw BT H aV'j I r, bTHLB ML vD4aV ilook of pity follow Ity crept Into his 811m," he qontlnu U tryln to trick a Judge and object of bis vi. bockey, with a stick o' dyna- - sole Bat swinging one putteed efforts leg In ut we got a lot o' high cards to still qukk rtlUf and often wm to, 'First shot out o' the, box, midair, as though fanning aside the Mac dli im, Known as Um aadei daadly alwaMe straats tt f aUea and the boys here Is far ye, glisa ttwiiia nn asms awn yeur f rlen's, the Ferce. I ceotinued puffing at one cigarette af- - yara. All la tana uj 1 Fifty-sevent- h A 'o'ne-nm- e . ' of f4t PJlitlon 'OUglef, iJirewUly,,nrom 1 ttfrar -- rV ir- - ,k & Ki HS'l iniin-slio- i' nliilii-cliitlii'- ih-t- lie 5 0 sonic-thln'ban- f" $&& 9V thc-Tov- e station-.nnd-lnten- t, fnst-Iltlr- ij l'm-la- tee eM JiJa tar ", s '5 MiMNMmmmzwMM&m& L5 -- 1 .m KC Z'SIUM . . & "TS?f m$m kiJJl arf Ltft&zmMm I nh.-'Tm -- )El. 29Q rl Ptflr fir ra : ib to-- ' u. i o- sri-- 't b' - j JoniJ tr:av vn - :i D.l -"- F-fc.3c2 -- If .j Si miisis PI ck W hi . Bslq-rcr'- IcViubTOv ZT :toiV'7:3 tEnjajtj.Ttssdciarrficwjand sandyeach, oatAi n oiritstfitteBpantt-amusmeffis- . W5"C I J T Id uii rrolt t tl33 TJtfbftreAUiiiuseiOf.iho Armorv-Hf-T)- o rj?nlca m wtmtn&fonuedblntoi vv&2mM -- I I 1 M- - i k-- 'f nnat-custom- I DEATH I D MEDAL stow - odbhie umiw r; aq v3HT O U! ao a yo Bs OTASJ A3 C shops and hotels. Us beautiful neach and feiitHlltaa3ile icitwltl vartetyu Mifaslilon jras t 51 ai twdthlfifMsI'MIoibT? t ll st-ta- LLLLLVhMt2LliiiiiiHBLLV3raflB m - - rM Americas and Europe's greatest fashion V shopM, while varied entertabintlpnfcjea-qi.- e ,iures nna nign ciassivauaQvuieiWWURiaKe. rul tho expoeJUott eyualiy,attractltfttr uieur u xne special b'reature prognnnkAvUt- Oer rtr ,i.j- - mo rr 'w.-.chanired'dnllv.r :.c . ZiXDU J?,.' rtr"i-"'- i tiw t nrv t. m'. --- ' Lwa- t.1 '- t twri A Jlitii. mwMtBtKkvwBfwmtUwMtmKm WWPll l -- T tt-- uii$iji'c i l.BmuT.J! emai - fci; 14d.nit ltl lliU ,0D, n lallsilallsial KJi ierti i nsjur ,taat could HaOhn oat a enu h al SI faf ! al H si t j 1 at sOniWIallal at Ml WPHPHpii, JilVJWiAW1 mui jipMp pu jlflWWPfpfPHupfi MARCH ?AOI KIOHT THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY KNOWS WHERETO LETTEBSWE APPRECIATE LET US GO FOR HELP NOW. Another bwC6 what TALK IIm rnr mp' jfllHik. '.inrri i1' ,1 4. 'WW t fKjT FACTS iibvw lvm ,HH a, WCftwiJLs fcc3U HiiBE f5?,,nmi S3WH'1B111W onu fir r.H rw MM'ir raHi aimy w Planting your money in our bank is sowing the seeds of CONTENT, SUCCESS and INDEPENDENCE. Cultivate the banking habit; it will help you to grow in your own esteem ; it will gain for you the CONFIDENCE of those for whom or with whom you work. Confidence means CREDIT and a good credit is a help and often a necessity. rates. We would feel lost without both I i icasc scim i: k'P...i.- l ....1.1. ' lidlicrs.truly yours, C. iu same .muicss.- A Steady and Prompt Subscriber. L. Warren, AmO. E. HART andVut me in Vp.endid condTtion three Viy Mr. J. D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky y' Dear Sir: Enclosed find check for years ago, and I know just where to $2.00 for 1 year subscription to The go when I need something to build me up," said Mrs. Louise E. Snccd, of Snow, Gardening and Sewing Oats. Brcckenridge News.. Yours respectfulM J; D. Babbage. Cloverport. Ky. ly, George Bell, Allen, Texas. 1218 Fifth Ave., North, Nashville, Friend John: Enclosed find check for Tcnn ,for The Brcckenridge News rc- Renewal and Change of Address I suffered for years from stomach . t ncwal. We arc snowed under this .,.i -- i.... i,.. ...,,. nr. i.i Mr. J. D. aBbbagc, Cloverport, Ky. ,, :., I rnuifi. morning, began snowing nicht before r)nar Sir! Ymi will fin ft mrlncf.,! mnn n. n,..fi r.,i,i;i;nn n't cat a thing but what caused me to last snowed all day yesterday and cy order for two dollars to renew our Will be in of The Brcckenridge suffer agonies, my nerves were all un-- i Prt of thc "'8nt; We have had a finc subscription ' set. I couldn't sleep and I suffered a Wl"tc.r not ,,m,ch cold weather, but News. And change our addcrss from HARDINSBURG, KY., Krcat deal from rheumatism. I had a sumcieni 10 Keep nicw. vc nave some Jacksonville, III, Route 5, to Wavcrly .. ..- , dull heavy, languid fni;..,r nil tiP garden planted . anu most ."people arc III., Route 2. Ed Kroush. , .. .VW...1& .1,1. . ....., ...... tin iniK willi ..- - ctrpiicrlli nnr pnrrrv " .. ,,. . uaia. tviicu iuunb txwa "viiik ....... on the oy nave none sowca mis nine, Brcckenridge News Goes to Haiti and at times my sufferings were al- - wc'i.wc close here arc well Kentttckians Mr. John D. Babbage, Brcckenridge most unbearable. FOURTH MONDAY IN MAR. "That was my condition when I got anu uomg wen. ung live inc precK- - Mews, Cloverport, Ky. Dear bir: Fur I declare the medicine enndge News, we sure enjoy it not-- ) st,a,,t to your request by card of Feb. Tanlac, and just made thc most wonderful change withstanding we have been here aijip, iqqi, picasc fllui enclosed 2Gc to in me. Mv stomach stonncd bother na. yc.ars. vye xiuiik oiien , 01 our many .. n lrpn as sminil as a triencls m old Kentucky. Love and.r .f. T i.pct.-ii-i baby, all my aches and pains left me ,w,s''" t0 aH Henr' Harncd. I was built up in 'every way until and I felt fine all the time and I'm feeling i E. O. Frank, that way vet. My faith has been pin- ned to Tanlac ever since that time." John D. Babbage, Cloverport, Ky . .PERMANENT..., I'm getting this bottle now to tone me Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find change of seasons when check for $0.00 for which send me up in the The Brcckenridge News and daily spring comes on " for one year. Yours Tanlac is sold in Cloverport by Courier-JourniMLM.li-OitiAWedding's Drug- Store, in Addison by respectfully, E. O. Frank. Hardins-L- . D. Addison, in Kirk by Mattingly burg, Ky. M. III. Alwuv (n office during Office Hours: 9 .1. m tU -p. JnlngtBR, Ky. L ip.' Ip by H. A. Dutschke, Bros., iii i Rice huum A Renewal. Shell- -' and in Stcphensport by R. A. ' Mr. J. D. Babbage: Pleac find en- man. Advertisement Lost Without It. Nashville Woman Mr. I. D. Bahhaac. Dear Sir: Yon Tells of Benefits She Got ' will find enclosed a check amount $0. for which to From Tanlac Three Years to the Courier-Journ- renew my subscription and The Brcckenridge News as per your clubbing Ago. al Ir. J. D aBbbagc, Cloverport, Ky. cover postage on subscription fjpar tr Attanrmrl vri twill fin,! m ttp lMrf tt vnll nt illf 17. check for six ilnllam for wliirlt vnn Triittincr ilir nlnrrintinn will will please send the Courier-Journforward immediately, I am, Vi and Thc Brcckenridge News for one truly yours, O. L. Lewis, year. Your friend, J. E. Gibson, Pros- , Pcct. Ky. Chana:e of Address Dear Mr Babbage: Will you pl Wants Paper Fof Six Months change my paper from Alcxa Mr. John Babbage: You will Hud In to Franklin, III., Route 3. cnloscd one dollar to pay for The Mrs Carios Roberts. Ilrcckcnridgc News for 0 months. J. a. l'otts, Hardinsburg, Route 3, Ky. al Dr. VETERINARY SURGEON $-'- 00 '" DR. W. B. TAYLOR. DENTIST al - FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. THE RURAL SCHOOL. CLUBBING RATES Daily Courier-Journal and The News; P Breckenridge AA The and Times Louisville Breckenridge News; P? A A Louisville Evening Post and The Breckenridge News; d AA Send Your Orders to THE BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPORT. KY, NEWS Can you do it ? Every !lW S "B : Is oJ (xMrmi m u j& in . V'v The most sacred or one of the most sacred places on earth Visions of the , - M Withers & Son little country school-housthc rough e desks, thc elm beside thc Dear S;r. Find Babba door, thc dear old ball ground and the "" "f; (even j ""'enclosed check for $0.00 to pay for my schooldays, all years bubbling spring of Cq anfJ lhe tsrecken- rise before me today even clearer tho he is not u:. years of age) he is .. urier.Journal u Withers & Son, NJ j than scenes of yesterday. Then Was wrong and needs a physician. Now ?gke when my life, my character, my mor- - parents you were once children ana, ' ality. in fact my whole future was influenced by the teacher or teachers New Subscriber formed. Looked to my teacher as the in that country school. You remember, D Babb Cloverport, Ky. one who knew it all. What I am and every grape vine every moss bed etc., Dear r. Enclosd find cneck for what I am not is due to those years ou remember the voice, the exprcs- $ p, Courier-Journto ...,d .... ....., . I spent at that little old schoolhousc. sion and mood of the teacher. Now, . :.. - oitulltliaiJUl l anu ii iuna .j Great men have molded clay into you have children that are being inE. many, many different shapes, others teachers of today. Arc you s,.ffiies0rt. KV Helm - An imi btintif uiv L'lnrl fit. r rUf .: have made foundations for massive Cctllll Ul UW rvinw IMIU" .., v.n... " structures but no man has ever molded influence those teachers are using? Am.: so many statues, etc . as the rural Visit the school. Know the teacher Lake Correspondent teacher has molded mind, of boys Talk with her, encourage her and let Cloverport." M j, D girls. .No foundation has ever beenlyour luldren know that you have a"'Ky- - Dcar Sir: I Babbage, and enclose you . herewith made as great and strong as those interest in them and in school See i d h fc f thank $4 00 .... ...:. . made in the rural school. Then whv voti cant influence and be influenced .. j A. not say the ruarl school is. or should some. You get awake and subscription the Thc Breckenridge ml he a sacred place? is awake. The teacher is paper I enjoy help her keen News for one year. , 'Vf.1lono .sum: most influential, icacner school is awake. Now , rf Lake K ' .... ... or pastor.' -Oh. you thoucht it was the whole community awake. Mrs. .. lS ..i.i WISH IJrtl lILlllill. t ...:i. VUU 1WUIU UUIUS t your pastorr Perhaps you are the par- - h C. Cloverport, Ky. rnpr(.snoilfillt . hn a :little hav " ., : .: cuts of three or four children. They more prompt with her news from are in school under thc influence and HERE IS COURT WARNING Yellow Lake. Very truly, T. H. TO OWNERS OF CHICKENS Rhodes, Daniel Boone, Ky. e, home-mad- guidance of the rural teacher, five days out of a week. Maybe you go to church once a week (and I find in thc communities where I've taught that not oi me parens auenu services once a month) and probably the smaller children attend Sunda school, but the boy of twelve or thir-- . teen years is "too big in Ins estima- tion. for Sunday, school. The influence of the teacher is a lasting one The rural school is the beginning of most ureat lives. No man has ever risen so high as to be ashamed of his little Jog school :lr' ti. i closed money order for one: dollar for n .i :.i t ...!. Ad b,. Kv ' D. Locii,ur Whitworth, uuu, Changes Address Babbage. Cloverport. Ky. Dcar sir. Encloscd fi1(1 a check for renewa, of my subscription to your , ,ad t0 t the ilr j , 'u,.,.,.,,, . fmm hom pkase cj baddress t0 R. F D F Box Indianapolis Ind R E, Kennedy. J- Ns a it ;s like t. m 308 Fordson Tractor .. ' al a.. Demonstration and School We will hold a tractor demonstration and school right in the city limits of Hardinsburg, all day Saturday, March the 1U. The fore noon will be devoted to plowing and harrowing and other farm work. The afternoon will be used for general intructions by an expert from the Ford factory who will be on the grounds all day to explain all details of the Fordson tractor, plows, etc. If you do not own a tractor, come and see the Fordson perform in actual service if you do. come anyway, you will learn something of value about operating your own tractor. All tractor dealers are invited to come and bring their tractors, we have plenty of room and will give you choice of the ground. So come and help work this A farm school worth while. Everyone invited, everything free, come and see the Fordson plow, rf . .meir . ,. ,,,. 111 .... - 1 i ,jm -- jt&'aS&A j maammr. . - wm .m H ml M rtT- - All other separators have a fixed milk feed. Thus when turned below speed much of the milk runs out without being perfect: separatsd, and some gets into the cream, HHfc making it thin and uneven. Thousands of actual tests have proven that 19 out of 20 persons do turn too slow most of the time, and that everybody turns too slow some of the time. Get a Nof and if you have a Sharpies Suction-fee- d Separator you don't have to, for it skims equally clean whatever speed you turn. But with every other separator you must turn the crank at just exactly the speed stamped on it, or you will lose cream every time! The wonderful Sharpies Suction-fee- d varies the milk feed in direct proportion to the separating force never more milk in the bowl than it can perfectly separate. The court of appeals in the case of Adams Bros., against Clark has held that chickens are not allowed to tres- -' pass and the damages can be obtained from their trespassing. The plantiff m the case sued for $000 damages claimed to have been sustained through chickens of the other party running at large. The lower court held that no damages could be claimed in such ? case. The court of appeals reversed this decision and resubmitted the case to the lower court for judgment. In county court Judge Wells recently held in the case of Frank Gillis against George Prather that the plaintiff was entitled to $49 damages caused by thc chickens of the defendant running at large. Owensboro Mesenger. An Old And Faithful Subscriber Dear Mr. Babbage: I will enclose one dollar tor your paper, I am too lonesome without your good paper, for 40 years and I can't do without it. If you have any almanacs, please send me one (Will send one with pleasure.) Mrs. Lucy P. Walker, 1700 E. Michigan St , Evansville, Ind. News and Courier-Journal T. J. HOOK & SONS HARDINSBURG. KY. REPORT OF CONDITION OF LEATHER PRICES NEAR BOTTOM, BOSLER ' SAYS. SHARPLES S EPARATOR the only separator that: skims clean at widely varying "needs gives the same thickness cream mgardleA of speed skims your milk quicker when you turn faster has only one piece in bowl no discs, easy to clean has knee-lo- w oiling supply tank and once-a-mon- th "Skims clean Famous Suction-F- d "Leather prices are nearer the ground floor now than they have been for thc last two years," Edward J. Bosler said yesterday in addressing the Exchange Club luncheon meeting at Thc Tyler. Mr. Bosler is national councillor for the leather trade in the United States Chamber of Commerce; "The leather business has been a game of chance since the close of the war, but it has fallen to such a state that at present leather is cheaper than paper," he said. "The trade will now have to begin a rehabilitation process in order to put it in a prosperous condition." Entertainment was given at the meeting by local musical and dancing organizations. g BRECKINRIDGE-BANTO STATE K OF CLOVERPORT DEPARTMENT AT CLOSE , BANKING OF BUSINESS, MARCH 3, 1921 at PEOPLE FOR WHOM THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD Are always the most enthusiastic concerning the excellence ot our i i 8 1 I RESOURCES LOANS AND INVESTMENTS CASH AND DUE FROM BANKS OVERDRAFTS FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ----- $436,521.34 91,244.19 236.62 -4,800.00 $532,802.15 LIABILITIES CAPITAL STOCK - - SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS FUND TO PAY TAXES - DEPOSITS ' --,--- - $ 30,000.00 22,938.05 1,200,00 478,664.10 $532,802.15 laWT t-BJ Dry Cleaning and Dyeing We have one of the most efficient Sharpies Is positive insurance against carelessness and its consequent cream waste, because it skims clean at any speed. A speed, indicator, which fixed-fee- d rings a bell when you turn an separator below speed, is really an acknowledgement of the vast uuperiority of Sharpies, which automatically prevent losses from irregular turning instead of simply announcing them. Call at my store and I will be glad to demonstrate to you this and the other superior features of the Sharpies. old-sty- le (ssVIbWh I Remodeling Departments ailaV YrbbbL in the country. Furs transformed into Men's and the mode very quickly. women's garments altered In any way desired. We dye fur skins and remodel them In any way. HARNED PRODUCE & PEED CO. Harncd, Kentucky Qeaula aalitim ZAJ8 We tailor make men or ladies' suits $50.00 up. Latest styles. Shrpl Rplc and Oil ctrcitd a ttock TEASDALE 085-- 7 WALNUT STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO. y