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THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 23, 1921 8 VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, TENTH BIRTHDAY ANNI- VERSARY CELEBRATION KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH Pages No. 39 B. C. H. S. MEMBER "T. 0. H. P. C. C." i BRIDGE CONTRACT STRIKE OIL SANDS Bcwlcyvillc, March St, (Special) Mrs Geo R. Conipton entertained Mniwl.iv afternoon in linnnr if little Miss Adah Stith's tenth birthday. -. E. B. HASWELL SCULPTURES MODELS FOR ST. COLEMAN'S CHURCH PI.PV171.AMnl The Cincinnati Enquirer of a late issue gives the subjoined interesting account of a Rrcckinridge,comity boy who is widely recognized as a very talented .".cttlpturrr: "Ernest Bruce Haswel! is finishing the scale models of the four symbols of the Evangelists the winged bull. - WILL SET ASIDE TO BE LET SOON AT VICTORIA 376 FT BY CIRCUIT COURT Court I K. E. A. Bulletin Issues Names T.sfc i",vIt,cd,Yw;?,":.Al,r"c?.Js?V,,a M.a.c Bridge Engineers Here Mon- - Canadian Oil Operators Drill uuu jcsmi: vusuu, myiwt niui iiu. Trip ing in Cannel Coal Regions; of Schools Having Perfect Mary and Dorothy Cain, Lucy Davis, day to Make Final Plans; let, Octava Bandy, Ruth Henry Second Indications at 485 ft. Thomas Kathleen Wilson. Masters Registration. Contract May Be Let WithRalph Cain, of Appeals, Affirms I IV "3 'Tlie One Hundred Per Cent Club bright, lias grown immensely since our last' Kascy, Jr.. Paul Vernon Wilson, Mr. Pierce Butler, Bridge Engineer Footc- - Elbcrt nam,y and Duff Ka issue," says the K. E A. Bulletin.1 of the State Highway Department, 'cjamca were indulged in after which and his assistant. L. P. Ostrandcr. is Everywhere live a interest being manifested in this feature of dainty refreshments w'cre served, both of I'rankfort, Ky were in Gov-- , our campaign. A majority of the im- - Miss Stith received many pretty and crport Monday to finish the last de- portant cities and towns arc to be' useful presents. Mrs. Conipton was tails of the plans for the concrete found on this honor roll. Others arc' assisted in receiving by Mrs. Ray bridge spanning Clover Creek. The working heroically to qualify for this' Keith and C. M. Conipton. Misses engineers had the blue prints for the position and will no doubt appear in Bettlah Payne and Laura Mcll Stith. new bridge with them, and after making a few changes, thev will present our next publication. If your county,) the plan, to the road department fori city or school is not listed here we A nYTTlY bids, upon their return to Frankfort urge that the matter be presented to NKHJ J . Kl InliPiY Engineers Butler and Ostrander UKJUULi M. your teachers with request that you,wl MJKJMJTAMJ sent here following the confer- be authorized to guarantee a perfect ncc of Mayor J. A. Harry, D. H. registration and thus qualify for this 'helps. Paul Lewis and Henry Yea- honor roll. The following is the one gcr. of this city, with the State Road hundred per cent list to date Cities and Towns Superintendents Friday's Sales at Cloverport Commissioners in Frankfort, last Louisville - MThcapurposc of the conference was' Owensboro - - - - J. H. Risley Loose Leaf House Averagto urge the road commissioners to Henderson - - - - - M. E. Ligon speed up in advertising the bids and ed $6.34. Frankfort J. W. Ireland get the work started on the Clover- Lee Kirkpatrick Paris ..I--! port bridge and the stretch of the T? ." the c r..ii. n- :ii Tobacco sales at Friday Cloverport Ohio River Route to road from the averaged! Hardinsburg line Owinirsville" the Hancock F Martin t00se Leaf 1,ousc ?.34. lliere were 22,27.5 pounds sold county line. ''fowling Cloverport delegation succeed-- - - tVc y L"?W?"-- ' JlTd from$l- cdThe getting a statement from com- ' in ' ""Manager' V" " considered Mrirrrinfi1.1 . . .R T I, 'i tlnni ... V. A. 111.11111,11111, to." Boyle that missiuiicr uoggs io me eneci mai me - J. C. York Glasgow . i i ' rlui,y s Mlc, OIr uryur was guuu. vjnc bridge contract would be advertised Livermore W. L. Matthews r r;ic UI "ll: 'icavicsi uuyers un inc nuur within the next thirty or sixty days Bcllevue Jr rcprcsent- - According to Engineer Butler, the ' Mornian ' Dayton R H Brown Jvas is in a dangerous condiP" V Alton '"n "luurinuii oi uujcnsun, ui vjicn bridge Calhoun - C, E. Dudley Dean. Another new buyer was a rc- - tion. "It is only standing by the mercy Earlington - - - a n r,o..,f,;i presentative from the Hodge Tobacco of kind Providence." was Mr. Butler's Lagrange u. vrawioru - E. L. Johnson Company, Henderson, one of the larg statement. He said the plan for the Corydon - tobacco company's in the new bridge called for a Hi foot drive- -' - - J. W. Bradner est Ashland - wav and six foot sidewalks on eacli - - J. L. Pilkcnton world. Highland Park A special Burley sale will be held on side. It will have three spans, the - - C. T. Cannon Russellville - - Chas O. Ryan the Cloverport Loose Leaf floor Sat- center span being 1(53 feet. JLawrcnccburg - - J. F. Arnold urday. March 20, according to manPleasureville - Warren Peyton ager Boyle. Beaver Dam RESOLUTIONS Central City - -- - - - W. C. Bell. ELECTION NOTICE. - - John C. Pirtle Elizabethtown i From W. M. U., Cloverport. Kv. - - A. W. Oliver Middlcsboro Whereas, it pleased our Heavenly . Mt. Sterling H. A. Babb . . Notice tc Morli rTt t It n t t ho i'.i nimscii i' i raincr to can unto nv ir reoruary J F Burner rHartford L9"rt of Breckinridge county, t ioth. 1.)21. one of our most beloved . Hardinsburiru - - - - Fred Schultz Will .11 ll 11TI?I1I.11 IT II ItTL'llIll MIL' . members, Pearl Gibson Haniiuan, who O i i. Fulton - . .. n J. r- smiti, V1 nnnninr " an t . .. rv. Jinivti lAnr J ' 10..1 ' nipprtrr nr M.,w.v....ybwi was so laiuuui mi?.rti cnrisiian acuvi-'- tn nintnn . ."':. ues i r:.tr..i living, anai we .? .. i. t N""I4W" iv rnnsttrpi .w. KrncL'in rttirm . rtitir .w..w. lovcci Kllul U1 ncr aa Butler High School - nifi ir. rniiiir v ;i v iiriiuini'ii iiv niv Boston - - - - - - Edgar Roysc tion win takc p)ace ; tle Court Roon, her. Resolved, that while we arc subinis-- 1 Bardstown - - - WickhfTe Lockctt ;n thc Conrt House in Hardinsburg. slin nro in Divinn will, nnr honrt Georgetown - - - - ,L. G. Wesley Rreckinridce countv. Kentuckv s.i(l(l(!..e.l. anl we rnii1i. oreat Franklin "u M;011 Any person desiring to be elected ioss Newport . l :.. i .I.- n .1.. H"""b or appointed to said office, will on or .. MadisonvillcL ". ". '. for '1aid eIcc-- ! Baptist church. Sunday school and' warDCrRenolds b.efore l,e .datc Ludlow l LIUII SUIIIIIIl LdlLII 11111?. II l.n.tn 1.. L'llllll.' lllll .n.lt,..l r..i... Bagdad "" l le and conditions under which i)er, thc community a good woman - - a. tV AicKenne1 theyten?!,s accept said appointment. Harrodsburg will ti,e husband a loving wife, the child Cynthiana .of P!5.5, m' hand as Judgei,;c t,,,c ren a devoted mother, but we arc re - rinrrnr.. c.. Artw x, ... n,,rtvi i. ii j r..i,... w. v.v,v...i .ubw ..wt.i.i, vuui n. intiriif.fi in wnnwmtr innr now sin dav of March 1921. with the Father, her Savior, and is free ... ...!... Superintendents Counties A. R. Kincheloe. Judge B. C. C. Daviess - John L. Graham Further Resolved, that a opy of - - E. B. Lile Henderson ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE these Resolutions be printed in the N. J. Parsons Carlisle - All persons having claims against Western Recorded and The Brecken- - R. N. Bcauchamp the estate of the late Mrs. Marv C. ridge News, and a copy sent to thc Logan - Jefferson - .e arc notlfied to present same pro-- j fainiIy alul aho rcCorded in the in inu- Ar'VfrS urecKinnage - - - - j. k. lueador perly proven- to tne undersigned in tes of the Society, Inez Luten Cloverport. Ky., on or before March Fulton Mrs. Frank Ferry Hardin J. A. Payne 1st 1921. All persons knowing them- Mrs R. L. Oelze Grayson - Mrs. Effie Sadler Basham selves indebted to the estate are re- Mrs. Frank Mattingly McCracken - - - - M. V Miller quested to come forward and settle Committee. Franklin - - - - - L. D. Stucker at once. Montgomery - - - Georgia V. Sledd Henry Tate. Administrator HOW BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY GOT ITS NAME. -' Doolcv. Enunctt and Will C Hen F. Wilson. Albert AI- Geo. Win. Kascy, Gilbert Judgment of the Breckinridge Circuit Court, Setting Aside in 30 Days. the Will of Mrs. A. Sheeran. The Canadian Oil operators. ill .... Jn ,,.. will . have been drilling on the ...,.,..,. wIlB11 lilt ttllKI ("Ml Lilt: UIKll', Hardinsburg, Ky March it Spec ial) On March l.'ith, McGovcrn farm in Dreckill over Hie size, lliey will be executed 0f Anneals, ihmucrli l.m, the Court ln.l.m T rjdgC countv 8 block of ston c delivered an opinion in the appeal miles South-- 1 at Bedford. A forty-to..I cast of Cloverport. Struck Oil Wl" I0 required for each of the large prosecuted from the Ureckinridire Cir cuit Court, which set aside the will sands at a depth of :J07 feet, and! . and the ibull, reclining, are of . . the late Mrs. Anorali Sheeran, on again at 48.) feet HI t lie first test to go on either side of the steps with hi I -2 n . . "Kn well. ,,,.' L nrT1lf ll TT Me operators are boring . 111 .1 cither side of the todoorway, decoration This group is form a CHURCHES WILL I SALE SATURDAY!; the old cannel coal field rcmoil. ' alul t,lC indications are that thev have an excellent field for : "i: .. i u " :i uihtiovcnc.s. t. us uiuiersiooo i the company will spend a COll- sidcra.bl su, of ,no"cy ' d" . aP a"RS' am' caKlc on an elevation at the grounds of undue influence exercised over Mrs. Sheeran when the will was written. for the entrance of St. Coleman's Mrs. Sheeran was the mother of church in Cleveland." OBSERVE EASTER v --- --- --- --- T T". - -- ".".". r -- '. Gr-een' i. i veloping the large acreage it :, )1(. ,,vtnr;., Music and Sermons in Local 1,a.S !JC(l",rtl neighborhood. Churches Will Tell The Easter Message. ntTiirMnin ' rtwrx7Trtn V - lllK VW h K V II H -- t:j """ -- -' -- -- -- -- i. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - nr n ... i ... , I I . -- o-- -- -- t . I -- "'"'''. i " tt nr I l -- -- i i ... 1 C -- .:.. -- id - --- & . INTERESTING PEOPLE The most interesting people you meet these days are the men and women, who, having saved money during the past few years, now find themselves in a position to take advantage of lower prices in their buying of personal necessities, living expenses and investments. Ask any of them for advice and they will say "Start a bank account; save your money." In no other way can you discount the future. Information that is both interesting and historical regarding the derivation of names of thc counties throughout Kentucky, is appearing in the Louisville Evening Post in several installments. Concerning this county, the Post says: "Breckinridge county was the thirty ninth county formed, and was carved outjof Hardin county in 1799. Hardinsburg is thc county seat. The county was named for John Breckinridge, noted as a lawyer and statesman who emigrated to Lexington in 1793 and who is credited with writing most of the constitution of 1793 ' NOTICE Mr. J. O. Bennett, of Custer, Ky., announces that he has sold his partnership interest in the 'inn of J. O. Bennett & Company, doing business at Custer, Ky., and that he is now engaged in business at Wood row, Ky,, and will greatly appreciate the remembrances which may be extended to him by his friends. Mr Bennett sold his interest in thc Custer store to his former partner Mr. Virgil N. Harncd, of Custer, and Mr. Harned will continue in business at the old stand. We are at all times willing to with our customers in advancing their best te MRS. BEARD APPOINTED ON CENTRAL COMMITTEE. :z HE i ' Ht- -. interests, and our corps of skilled and experienced officers can give you sound coun sel and advice on financial matters. i v. I! ' ' I H I BANK OF HARDlNSmJRG & TRUST COMPANY HARDINSBURG j! Mrs. Sallle M. Beard, of Hardins-- J burg, has been appointed by W. C. Montgomery, of Elizabethtown. lis, the lady member from thc Fourth! District of the Democratic State Central Committee, of which Mr. Montgomery is a member. In the last election, Mrs. Beard rendered valuable service to thc Democratic party serving as chairman of the Woman's campaign work in Breckinridge county, I ji CONTRACT CRETE WORK LET. FOR CON- - KENTUCKY Jack Sipes, a welt known contractor of Lewisport, has received the conand Daviess county. Hancock on the Federal road between this city tract for building the concrete work Easter will be obiirved in both at the morning and ct.miI: services in the loci churches next Sunday. Members of the Methodist choir Early Morning Prayer Service are preparing to have several Easter selections for both at their To Be Held Under Auspices i church. The pastor, services R. Ran Rev. J. dolph, will deliver the Easter nics of W. M. S. in Methodist ake to his congregation at the eleven o'clock hour Sunday morning. Church. Owing to the special misiouarv pro- gram winch the members of the Bap A sunrise prayer meeting on Good tist Sunday school will render Sunday Friday, March 23. will be held in the morning. Rev E C. Nail has Methodist church at (5::i() nouiiced his Easter message will be delivered Sunday evening with appro- o'clock lasting an hour an a half. This special service is called for by priate Easter music at the same hour. SON OF GREAT Members. of the St. Roser Catholic the Southern Methodist Conference . . HOLSTEIN SIRE. t i miring tne tulucational movement cnurcn wun tneir pastor. Kev. j a. be ofTer- - Henry, are observing this week as that is on. and prayers are to Harth Bros, farmers near Hardinseil for more christian workers amonir Passion Week. Easter will mark the burg. announce this week the purchase ne voiuik people ot tlie land. ciose oi tne icnien season ' ." of a Holsteiu bull which is the son of .Members ot the woman s Aiission '"Je i aula King one ot arv Societv of the Methodist church ANNOUNCEMENT. brco(l" ai'd a of " which will are planning the program direct desceiideiit of the noted Pou- r a. int.i.n.rP Ti,,. . ... i. i..,i I... Afc t.ac. De Ko. and Armshy families . lo tlie voters ot the .MntH judicial n .... v,,.v.. , , ..... UnA which have helped to make the Hols.district: WOTKLrS. I tinn Ki.ri'i.il nc fii'rnit lnltro n teiu breed famous. This bull's dam "" little more than one term. You are sold for $.1,000.00 and the bull was REV. THOMPSON GOES familiar with the character and spirit purchased by its present owner, Mr. TO COCOA, FLORIDA, of that service It has been rendered John Bleiler. a famous breeder of with a laitlitul purpose ot promoting Illinois for $2.dU() 00. Mr. Jess Howard lav Thc Rev S. J. Thompson, presiding ' all and order a"! i""1? determining Jr., of Glen Dean, who is at present questions coming before me in charge of a Testing Association in elder of the Louisville district of i nave auvays Illinois selected the bull for Hartli Methodist churches, who suffered a Of tile riglltS Of tllOSC liaVlllg l)USl- - Bros., from a large number of animals ,nI.H,'. tn.li. !i, IWimlmr Inc imnn atC to Cocoa." Florida, to 'remain for sev- - lesS '" .cou.r1, an1 llavc '"aIc the dn"ad predicts for him a great future way. ot minding up tlie dairy ". eral weeks in an efTort to regain his "V "' "'-- light '. as """ f"41- consistentV " possible rilice. as herds of Breckinridge county. The health. The trip is being given to him by with an efficient administration of the county should by all means have greater dairy interest and iniporta- the churches in his district as an court work. Beheving that I can render better tious of such sires as the above will appreciation of his service as presid service next term iy reason ot tne havc far reaching effects. An ex- ing elder, I have had. I announce as' Rev. Thompson was at one time experience , tended pedigree of the bull purchased presiding elder of the Owensboro dis .ii.uiiiiu.ui' iui mt ucuuiuiiut minim-- - My iiartli Uros . snows numerous Judge, and shall ap- cords of more than :i() pounds of for Circuit trict. the support of every person tcr ;,, 7 ,iaVs ,U!UC )V tne immediate an the primary and general election ,iaius and ! The grand-daMISS HARRIETT ADAMS DIED who feels that I should be 0f tle narth bull is by a brother to BEECH HURST, SUNDAY. AT Very truly yours. the sires of Superba Palmyra, who J R. LA MAN. hroke the world's record by making The remains of Miss Harriett .'IU.l'.'I pounds of butter in 7 days, Adams, daughter of the late Capt. AGRICULTURAL MEET- Beautv girl Pontiac Segis who made Adams, a well known steam boat ING AT PENCE. a world record of I12.S pounds of captain, were taken to Lewisport, butter in :i(t.i days anil Jewel Pontiac Monday for burial in the family lot On the night of March 17. John K Segis who has held 10 different on the old Adam s farm, that city world's records Miss Adams died Sunday in Beech Duke, teacher of Pence school deliver- ill- - ed an Agricultusal address at the llurst sanatorium after lingering LOCAL CHURCH NEWS ness of tuberculosis. She was a half school house. His subjects were. of Mrs, Lila Stein, of Pittsburg, tilizers, Legume Crops and Crop Ro tation. Pa. The Cloverport Baptist Sunday The fertilizers talked about were school will render a special program barnyard manure, Commercial Fertil- at the church Easter Sunday morning. L. & N. TO SPEND NEARLY HALF MILLION AT HAZARD. izers, green manure and clover crops. The special program will be given A large crowd was present. after the regular session, beginning at 10:4.i a. in., and using the regular Hazard! Ky., March 19. ApproxiCHINA FAMINE FUND preaching and worship hour This mately $4:18,000 is to be spent in imsame program will be carried out in provements in the Louisville & Nash Contributions sent in from Hreck- - all of the Baptist churches of the ville Railroad yards here, it was an- Southland on Easter, noiinced. A ten stall round house is mridge county Ky. to be installed and the passenger sta- - Methodist church, Kingswood $ 5.0O 1.00 There were five young girls who tion enlarged to care for the clerical Anonymous, Kingswood - j Church, Custer l.oo united themselves with the Lucile force here. Improvements also are to be install- - Mount Zion church Kingswood a.S5 Memorial Presbyterian church last ed in the freight station. No branches' Harry Ncwsom, Cloverport, Ky. 25.00 Sunday morning at the eleven o'clock service. Rev. T. N. Williams the pasor extension of lines in this section Lucile Memorial Presbyterian s.oo tor, received the new members, who Church of Cloverport arc being planned, it was stated. were: Misses Cecil Gregory, Mary and ST. ROSE MEMBERS GIVE Mabel Whitehead and Adcl and' Bessie BRIEF LOCAL ITEMS Keil. $2I5 TO STARVING EUROPEANS o Members of the St. Rose Catholic There will be a public sale of Miss Selma Sippel has issued invichurch donated by private subscrip live stock and farming implements on tations to members of her Sunday turns $J85. Sunday morning for the the Jarboe & Skillman farm, at Skill school class to an Easter egg hunt ou starving people of Europe and of man, Ky, Thursday, March 24, to Saturday afternoon at her home on China. The pastor, Rev J. S. Henry, of thc partnership interests since the Hill. his parishioners on the Sun- - the death of the former nieinljcr of thc addressed day previous regarding the stricken firm, J. C. Jarboe. Mr. Jarboc and Mr FARMER IS BANKRUPT. condition of thc people in Europe A. B. Skillman formed a partnership and China, and requested them to some thirty-seveyears past. WilOwensboro, Ky., March 111. contribute a cash donation on Palm o liam V. Dent, a farmer residing at which they responded Sunday to Lilbou Smith has gone to Addison Irvingtou, Breckinridge county, has generously, to accept a position as a house painter filed a petition in bankruptcy in the with those employed at the Govern- local Federal clerk's office. Dent's in ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE ment Dam No. 45. debtedncss aggregates $10,080.04, with o assets listed at $12.7'.V The largest persons having claims against All While working on the roof of P. J. creditor is thc Fanners Bank & Trust L. Thurman the estate of Mrs. Nannie which deceised, will take notice to present Kramer's two story residence on the Company, of Hardinsburg, acres of the Hill, Mr. Fred the same to the undersigned adminis- ground Thursday May, Jr., fell to May holds a mortgage ou '.KOfor $13,000,laud located near Irvingtou afternoon. Mr. trator, properly proven as required by law on or before thc 21st, day of sustained severe bruises but escaped WANTED TO BUY AT ONCE. April 1021; and all persons being in- having any bones broken. o debted to said estate are notified to Eight bred sows to farro.v within The proceeds from the picture sh6w come forward and settle at once. This to begin at the Star Theatre Friday next two months. Only good stock March 21, 1921. considered. Good registered Jack for H. L. Morton, Administrator evening will be donated to the Association to use in the sale, 1250. Write S. S. England, of the estate of Nannie L. Ind. Cloverport Public School library. Thurman, deceased. ON GOOD FRIDAY i I ; ' Peter Sheeran, Patrick Sheeran, Den-ni- c Sheeran, Mrs. Maggie Jarboc and Mrs. Marcus Mattingly, and grandmother of Daniel Sheeran the son of Nicholas Sheeran, deceased. Under her will all of her property, amounting to several thousand dollars was left to her three sons, thereby excluding her daughters and grandson. Her children thus left out sued to set aside the will on the principal ground that their mother was unduly influenced by her sons, on making her will. A jury held that the will was obtained through undue influence and set it aside. The Court of Appeals said that the verdict of the jury in setting it aside was correct, which means that all of Mrs. Sheerati's children and grandchildren, Daniel Sheeran, will share equally in her estate, which she had willed to her three sons, Peter, Patrick and Dennie Sheeran. Claude Mercer represented the children in contesting the will in the circuit and court of appeals, in which they were successful. W. S Hall and Jno P. Haswcll, Jr., represented the will, but which was annulled and held for naught. I it . I . .. ir.i. i r. .... .ii Xl,i I J I I J' - j ! on te grand-danis- m . J j ! Fer-sist- er I dis-po- st n V n !.; Parent-Teache- rs Tob-inspo- rt, V PAGE FOUR THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY MARCH 23, 1911 The Breckenridge News, Mrs. Mary Ellen Duncan married near March 24, 1807 prof R p SupcrlleiIl,cnt Fordsvillc, last Thursday. In Cloverport a rlinnl' rtf 1i Tlrttnrirrt Pttlilti (o) Farmers arc delivering Irish potaMrs. . A. Witt received word MonlvZi an excellent article in the January I toes to Lcwisport for 10c per bushel 45th YEAR OF SUCCESS 1876 sue of the Kentucky1 High School day that her brother, Dave Hardin, -(- o) was lying very low with consumption Ouartcrlv on The Professional Grow- SUBSCUII'TION RATES additions to the There . . lrtn niltlf. U l. f T..nril.. .... ..,..,.,-pm .!.t.id r. our present Methodistwere fourSunday night: Mr, at St. Louis, Mo, (o) mivi Subicrlptlon price $2.00 a year; $1.00 for 0 months! 80c for S months. Business Local iuc in uiii.-nn.i- s. church. charged for line and Sc for each additional inertlon. Card of Thanks, over J5 lines, line, money at 51s of the Weak points In. system, and of the fundamental es- and Mrs. Joe Culley, Wick Del lavcn Miss Nettie Beard gave a party the rat' of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate ol 5c per 44rance'. Examine the label on your paper. If it it not correct, please notify us. and his sister, Miss Mamie. Saturday night to a number of her sentials in an efficient system (o) young friends in honor of her thirAny attenmptcd analysis naturally NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Dr. R. J. Nappcr, who has been NEWS hand It to leads to the poor pay of the teacher quite ill for several weeks, died at his teenth birthday. finished reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE When you have -(- o)as the prime cause of the mclhCICIlcy 1 friend who Is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. home in Stcphcnsport, Monday night. Jolly Station Horn to the wife of in tlic public scnooi 01 touay. rroi. (o- )Mr. Horace Bland, the Gth, a nine MARCH 23, 1921 Peters cites an instance in a certain WEDNESDAY,.. - Massachusetts town ot iu.uuu wncre Mr. Wilbiirn Gregory, Misses Win- pound boy. eighteen years of service are required nie Wcndclkin and Carrie Graham (o) A STATE HIGHWAY for a teacher to reach the maximum spent Sunday at Holt, thc guests of Irvington Congratulations to Mr. pay which is only $1,450 per year. Miss Maggie Lewis. and Mrs. Jesse Hcrndon. Editor Ecvenintr Post But cases may bc cited in Kentucky after twenty years of service David Alsip an old resident residing and Mrs. R. B. McGlothlan Two years ago this month the State where T L. Ryan, of Mattingly, bought Road Department undertook to se- the maximum is only $.140 per year, a few miles hack of Hawcsvillc, died spent Saturday and Sunday with her Monday night. He was 75 years old parents in Bcwlcyvillc. a fine saddle and harness mare from curc a through road from Louisville C V. Robertson to Owensboro and Henderson under When O. W. Holmes was practicing and a life long Mason. XXXX tlic oldV. "State aid law anu on wmcii iiiL'UILIIlc for a living and writing Mr. Isaac Whitchousc, RafTerty gave a birthday who has been so low for the past two Beard Brothers sold last week Vi they ofTered :0 per cent. Federal aid.-. ,,oetry for the betterment of human-Thiproject was shortly after extend-- jty lc realizctl that his humorous party to his little friends last Friday weeks with dropscy of the heart died head of mules and two head of hor.ies last Wednesday morning. He leaves to farmers. Price ranged from ?100 to cd to Paducah and became known as ,,ocls reduced the number of his pro- evening. the Ohio River road. Most of the fessional calls so he wrote a wife and nine children, $2:M. voted "It's a vastly pleasing prospect when counties on the route cither XXXX -(- o)Born to the wife of you're screwing out a laugh W. '3. Keys, of Lodiburg. is build- - bonds or the 'JO cents special road tax County Clerk, Owen Cunningham, Wfl RrhI T af Williams ntirl tng a line new barn on nis larm near and m the socalled pauper counties 01 That your very next year's income is March l'Jth a twelve pound girl, Miss Sallic Furrow were married at Meade, Breckinridge and Hancock, Lodiburg. diminished by a half; thc residence of the bride's father, Mr. which arc purely rural, having no And a little boy trips barefoot that XXXX Cooper, of Rockvalc and Minor burrow, March 11th. coal or oil interests, W. R. Moorman, Jr., has built a large towns or your Pegasus may go very attractive tenant house on his private subscriptions were taken to nd thc i,abys milk is watered that WHO SAYS WHEN GOOD ENGLISH your Helicon may How. farm recently purchased from Vici supplinicnt the special tax and so Robertson. Mr Moorman believes in generous was the response that thc IT'S MARBLE TIME. good comfortable houses for his ten-- 1 total given in these three counties was It is emiallv true of the teacher that To The New York Herald: Jean tenants, a good garden spot, a good nearly $400,000. he can not give his best service to Who says when it's marble time? Who pro- Sherwood Rankin, the Western defen. . . o,,., , cominunity his large sum cou.uoi cow and a pig or two to look alter face whie claims thc day der of "lie don't" and "it's me," is t,je nig1ltmarc of provid.k Iloys should get their marbles out, then be- arguing on dangerous ground when q when, not busy on thc farm, llns is, i.e secured on tne ucmiue unuersia,,,," gin to play? ine ngiu khiu o ing the bare necessaries tor hmiselt """ ," to " " : " she maintains that .euphony should ";' wants to keep rhis tenants from year once and pushedcr,nol completion with anu. .. dcnendcnts l,l! determine the correct form the locun iiojuiiuuii. mill ...... i.t ..,.,:. I.. ...... tli.it rnn. 10 year n an iurmuis nuuiu .. ... ...... .1.1 Kn 'i'"" n.w. limn ", ' (lovernors nor l'rcidciitv never yet have said: tion. . 1... .11 .1.?- tVUIUll III Itl o. nil, .i... Til.. mis way .!... U tor their tenants uitu I once had a little incident which .We hear little complaint of inefli- - "Time to get your mat hies out, Skinny, wouldn't be so much moving and road was surveyed through to Pa cient lawyers, doctors, dentists, cngi- may be enlightening to Miss or perSmoke and Kedl" and the ducah in the winter every year. changing haps Mrs. Rankin, and amusing, I nlans accepted and approved by the "ecrs. architects, geologists, plumbers,xxx his Federal authorities, but with the ex- - or carpenters. If one is not satisfac- Robins sometimes say Mat Spring now is here am sure, to all of your discriminatG.W. Miller says he sold or ing readers. tory you pay the price and get one to stay, wife sold ?1S..10 worth of eggs in thc ception of about thirteen miles in I was teaching algebra to a class of Meade countv the entire summer of that is "You pays your money and Then a blizzard comes along and they tlyonay month of February. young boys, and in the course of an was allowed to pass with no con- - takes your choice. XXXX oral explanation one of the boys used Itidirc Henrv Dellaven Moorman tracts let lor actual construction. Who tells boys that Spring is here? How arc the locution "it don't. Being old fashYou cannot legislate qualification they to know had three double plows running last Within the last few weeks there have ioned enough to believe in holding up Wc may not have weather yet Saturday breaking sod ground m the, been let contracts lor grauing ami into me proiession. rixing a to the highest standard the purity of below? old fair" ground lot. He also sold his drainage for some sixteen miles in standard drives out thc more ambithe English language or even the of cattle last week at $8.U'.' Breckinridge county thirteen miles in tious unless the remuneration is in fine bunch American dialect I immediately betin- tnn of the market. The Hancock which do not connect with keening with that in other professions. nn.i r Hut, just let a sunny lay linger , gan a tirade on the shiphod use of our Judge was feeling good over his sale, each other or with the road under con-- Then, like magic, all ihc guys get I'teir noble language. When I had vented Rut and with nnv is struction in Meade county, thus leavxxxx marbles out my feelings I put this question to the The nrice naid for fertilizers by ing three counties totaling about :. i,etter nrcnaration must come. Thc class: "Why is it that "it don't is miles. Bureau was $:i a ton in- - thirty-fiv- e of competitive survival must be aw The Farm wrong?" T lie money for thc local part 01 permitted to select and reject. I Ins, Vc, if', here! It's marble time ccrywliei; as quoted in the Brcckcn- stead of town: A dozen or more boys raised their Shis project has been collected m ;s t)t; oniy known method of class' ridge Xews last week. An ou hear is: "fiii on taws I" "Hey, you, hands. Picking out a likable little bank and certified to the State Road improvement in all thc natures plan. xxxx knuckle tlounl' chap I asked: "Well, Freddie, why is Judge Allen Kincheloe will hold his Department, a large part of it having it wrong?' Quickly and clearly came regular County Court at Hardinsburg. been available for nearly eighteen following letter has been sent another mys'.fry bo'ds me in its scay the reply: "Because it don't sound months, and failure to complete the to The n.vi Mmulnv each rural teacher in the county Then, finds last year's narble bag? .Who put right, sir!" I am happy to say for v .that the .x v t,tu... b i( tlii.' I'titiri'- iiroieet as ..!.. """ ives an outline of the plan for Who it away? " nwl sudden outburst of laughter showed . this summer can oiu tins as Uwensiioro .1 Finest prospect tor wheat :.nllle(Uate raisinc of the standard , :....,..., that no further comment was needed. : ,i, countv we have seen tor several years. )C regarded ry the pco pie wno gave Whether a locution sounds well or have fleeting memories that all mo Monarch and John D. Beeler this local fund as a distinct breach of John ..Dear Teacher : 1 am enclosing Boys thers know not depends on the circle in which one have specially fine crops Mr. motl- - taitli on the part 01 tne Koau uepari- - herewith ur ccrtificate Df member-- 1 Iloys can't find a hat or coat left an hour ago. moves. If Miss Rankin or other apoloarch has developed into high tariff met in thc K. E A. The small card, gists move in a society in which "lie It is stated that including automo- - sll0'uld be presentC(l at the Secretary's ' Democrat especially on wheat and doesn't" and "it is I" will sound pebile licenses the city of Louisville (,esk (o sect)rc adnlission badge. The, But, just let that mystic time marble time other farm products. dantic, then let them yield and go come 'round; xxxx pays .'!. per cent oi the entire road . nrpc,.ntP(l to the' ,, of the State from which it can marble bags always along with the uneducated or careless John Alexander and Mrs. Alexan- wl R. vo o, rchase vourl Somehow, somewhere, hoipolloi. can be found. .i ...i.....i flr returned . from their trio to .Mis- derive no benefit except such indirect 11CKCI r.. uruci .1 sctuic icuunu : ill :. iu . r Sound! What bocteth a line from .ii:i. souri last weeK. 1 ney are ijuui uengiii- - neneiit as may come iruui uuuii u ratcs to j ouisville applied on the main roads leading ed to get back home. per Who says when it's marble time? How are Whittier or the practice of Samuel countv stands 100 Pcpys? Would Miss Rankin have us xxxx into Louisvt e. It the city ot Louis cent iu membership in the K. E. A If boys to know change the noble words of Christ vt Robertson, have bought ville is to get any benefit from the Moorman we can make the attendance 100 per Wc may not have weather yet in Matthew xiv., 27, "But ' , found around 7.10.00(1 pounds of tobacco at money that it pays into the State cent ours will be the banner county below? their house in Glen Dean. They have road fund it should at once take William Herschell, in Indianapolis News. straightway Jesus spake unto them, in the nation. Will you help to make g saying. Be of good cheer; it is I; be out all of their trash and are tion to see that work already it so? April 10, to the :i:. not afraid?" their leaf and lugs. They have ised and approved on this Ohio River Becinninu July 1. 1922 every appli PARADE THE EASTER Perhaps Miss Rankin and others of and other main trunk. lines . is. cant for a teacher's ccrtificate must a fine purchase and are handling it road .. ,.. not heard the faand putting it up in tine oruer. tiney not diverted in an cnori to piu a . school work We're smiling once more at the Eas- your readers have delightful mous story of old Dr. have over .100.000 hanging in their little money into every county in the , St ter narade. prince-toJ. A. BARRY, Mayor house and it is as fine a lot of taboc- - State University, State Normal, or High The charming young things in fresh James McCosh,in president ofI believen University the 1880s. co as we have ever seen. I hey are Cloverport. Kv. March 1G, l'.i'.M School. For thc benefit of those teacharrayed costumes it will bear repeating after these forty cood handlers and every hand seems ers we arc planning to bring the Pert bonnets and tresses years. to be in the rigljt place and class as we can secure an And dazzling new dresses. SILAGE APPETITES OF COWS school to them. If One evening Old Jimmie, as he was to length and color. will hold .10 teachers we affectionately called passing was xxxx SHOWN IN BELTSVILLE TESTS attendance of summer school in Hard, a five weeks Millicent, Mabel and through a dormitory, and on hearing Mrs. Chester Wilson and Mrs D. insburg for which credit will be giv- There's a great racket in a nearby room he T. Wilson, of Basin Springs, were in A series of experimental feeding en in high school. State Normal, and In changeable silk, just as chic as can stopped and knocked on the door. Garfield, Monday shopping. tests conducted by the United States the State University. Quickly the query came from within bel XXXX Department of Agriculture at its The school will begin June 0. and In corals and pearls "Who's there?" As quickly came the Mrs L. D. Kincheloe, of Basin Beltsville. Md.. farm, re run six days a week until July 8. The answer "It's me. Dr. McGosh!" Dead Springs, was in Irvington, Monday vealed some interesting information )ast ,cck 0f t,e school will be thei This trio of girls shopping. as to the ettect 01 siloing upon me rcgllar institute and every teacher Remind you of Neriads fresh from silence in the room, but soon a voice came ringing back: "You lie! If you the seal xxxx ...,.. atteil,i that week. The tuition palatability of various plants found were Old Jimmie McCosh you'd say R. F. Albert. Chief hngiueer. as- - on a farm or range. in de- w:ii )e $10 which will be used is ill.am didn't stop sister by Harry bnuth ami Dl)rinK thc ast summer and fall the expenses of the school.. There's the daughter of Erin, the 'It see I." And Old Jimmie dared make who had so boldly to Cam are laying out work for the con- - bout !lW different plants and comliina- - Roardt'can 1)e ,ad for ai)OUt $15 per1 merry Kathleen, r ..1..,..- - ...,.,,. nnrk-ei- l Highway. , ,, in har- tractors on the 1. Bewitching in tunic of soft crepe de the correction. tm ...i.i r... .....i. ', , '; Miss Rankin would appeal to comThey are working now near llarned. chine, same manner that ensilage it is vour on- ftv(.r , .t XXXX mon sense. So do I. Would she or any Her corsage bouquet is placed in a silo. Thc purpose was p0rtunity to begin your high school of the prominent apologists that she Be sure and read our classified col- to study the effect of the silo fertnen- Is of lilies today, training. The plan is 'to make the umn this week. It is full of bargains tation upon the fiber, and other fea- - summer school a permanent institu- - Her veil and her stockings of emerald mentions say "he do," as the beloved Samuel Pepvs did? Why not argue for especially in eggs and chickens. These tures of the plants It was thought t;on green for t,e county. the spelling of Chaucer? "Don't" is so ads always bring results If you have possible that silage would overcome teaci,er's salary has been in The anything to sell use this column It some objectionable qualities of cer- - crcascd; the opportunity is provided Flora's hat is of roses and sweet obviously an abbreviation of "do not" will surely sell it and do it while yoii tain plants, in addition to breaking ror professional training; those failing that until Miss Rankin persuades me mignonette, sleep. down the fiber of some which were t0 advantage of thc opportunity While Birdie's is trimmed in a fancy to say he, she. or it do or it don't. I am not a teacher of English, and aigrette; wjjj not j)e recoipmended for posi- too woody for stock feed. accordingly I am not affronted at NO AGE LIMIT ON MARRIAGE. The various lots of silages were ,;nnc This U the first sten toward But Betty's new bonnet Miss Rankin's charge that "English One fortunate family is the proud taken to Beltsville to test their pala- - certification without examination. Cer- Oh! how could she don it? is the worst taught possessor of a chicken yard filled with tability as cattle feed. The tests were ta;niy wc are going forward, Just a rim, and a crown covered over whole curriculum." In subject in the fact, though I nice fat chickens, and one Sunday ot protracted enough to give final with jet jf )oard cannot be secured at rca- feel that her statement is too sweepnot long ago was enjoying the fruits conclusions, but a number of interest- - SOnable rates wc will secure large of labor in the shape of chicken and inB results were obtained. Both wild tcnts ami crect 0u the school campus True there is the cheap imitation bro- ing, I am inclined to agree with her to a degree. But I have no sympathy dumplings. and tame sunflowers were eaten read- - amj those desiring to do so may camp cade, Alva May, who has just entered iiy when they came out of the silo. ,jHrjng the term. In this way it will For along with the gold is the tinsel with weak kneed English teachers from Superintendent Tobin down, school was the fortunate one in draw- - although the peculiar flavor and cost iess t,a remaining at home, displayed! who do not dare take a firm stand ing the "wishbone" and she and 11- - woody stalk of the former make it desire to enroll for the seems newer, if yoll But all nature for the best uses of words and phrasCharles "pulled" it. He got distasteful in its- natural state. please scud me your name term The skies always bluer, the shorter piece. was eaten in the course and address at once, as thc whole When mingled once more in the Eas- es, and who are subservient to the sian thistle ignorant and careless uses of our In the heated discussion as to whHi of about 12 hours, and the same was pjan now depends upon securing the ter parade! Cartoons Magazine. vernacular. would be married first true of ragweed, which cattle seldom ao students." Just as the standard of honor or don t intend touch in the field. Canada thistles and Louise piped up with, A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. honesty or truth cannot be raised too to marry any one ever," to which castor bean plants without seed were 1 high, so also the standard of good Charles replied. "That's all right, eaten quite readily. Jack beau vines THE GOOD DUAL English should be held up by its guarPURPOSE COW A hundred years ago dear child, Louise, that's what I thought when I and pods were eaten rather reluctant- dians so high that all may see it and There was no telephone. was your age. too. And in the general iy '"lie cows ate siloed Australian laughter that followed it was decided saJt bush, but not the native plant "She's long in her face, she's fine in Some men smoked pipes, but few, strive to reach its height. None of us can be perfect, but the goal at which, cigars, that Charles must be in love, and that Siloed onion tops were fed to fouri her horn, every student of English should aim age has nothing to do with changing cows; two ate them and two refused She'll quickly get fat without cake or And no one rolled his own. is labelled Perfection. O C. Joline, The moving pictures did not shock one's mind on that subject Indian- - them. Buckwheat also provided ai corn; Watertown, Conn., March 14' apolis News choice morsel, Cabbages, which in j she's clean in her jaws and full in her Thc puritanic maids. And college students did not yearn their natural state are eaten avidly chine: HIS" GEOGRAPHY FERTILIZERS STILL CHEAP by cattle, were absolutely untouched She's heavy iu flank and wide in her To draw the ace of spades. EVEN AT PRESENT PRICES, when siloed, the product being in loin. There was no gas, no telegraph, Lexington, Ky. March 21. In spite many respects similar to saucr kraut "I'm sick and tired of jography," hadn't come. Said little Tommy Tatt. of the fact that some fanners claim but without the salt. Giant rye grass "She's broad in her ribs and long in The steam-car- s ' nfTnnl in Imv fertilizer went untouched. The cattle were not , her rumn. It took a week to reach New York, tlu.v "I study and I study it, But don't know where I'm at. at the present cost of these materials compelled to eat any of thc siloed A straight and fat back without ever And that was going some! There were no diving submarines, a hump; I learn that such and such a place when prices of farm products are products to satisfy hunger, as hay Tn Europe's bounded by low, figures produced by It. F. Steph- - was fed them between siloed rations She's wide in her hips and calm in No airplanes iu the sky. Although ballons made people gape The land of so and so, and 'Now her eyes, eusou of the Soils and Crops Depart- - and they had thc regular portions on I've got- it right, says I, nent of thc Kentucky State College grain. The tests were not entirely con-- ! She's fine in her shoulders and thin And say: "How's that for high!" in her thighs. of Agriculture show that corn could elusive, especially as the quantities printing press The "But geel when I get up next day drop to 50 cents per bushel, wheat were so small that the animals did "She's light in her neck and small in Had yet to show its power; My lesson to recite to 75 cents and hay to so cents per not nave an opportunity w gei produced The toiling editor her tail, I find the darned 'old map has all pounds and the use of lime-- j customed to unfamiliar flavors, Been shuffled overnight, stone and phosphate would still be' The department may make more She's wide at the breast and good at Two hundred sheets an hour. Compared with what wevare today the pail; So after school there's no baseball profitable even at their present cost. extensive tests another season on Or movie shows for me; Experiments conducted on the diff- - some of the materials, as there was She's fine of her bone and silky of Our grandfathers were slow; And yet life had a certain charm, rrpnr soils tvnes of the State were no onnortunitv with barrel lots o skin, These Soviets are hard on boys ' That study jography." used as a basis in computing the fig- - gain any knowledge as to the beef.' She's a grazier's without and a butch A hundred years ago! Somerville Journal. er's within." and milk producing value of the feeds Minna Irving. urcs. is-I . er i JNO. D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY, EIGHT PAGES SCHOOL NEWS AND VIEWS Twenty-Fou- r Tears Ago -- SETTLING CHILD- REN'S DISPUTES. By Mary E. Dozier. It all happened one day between the little folk in the kindergarten room, but it set thc older folk to thinking, Kindergarten had not yet started, and Tim, a little fellow of three and a half walked over and took the oak chair that Clifton, aged five and a half had placed beside the table for work. When Clifton realized what had happened, a tug of war began, and thc two children were soon joined by others, most of them to aid little Tim. Thc kindergarten teacher stopped what she was doing and gave her attention to the group and, although she might have stepped over and put an end to the struggle, she only stood by and watched. It looked as though thc trouble would never end, and as though some one might be hurt, but still she did not interfere; sS only looked on, ready, however, to take a hand if it became necessary. At last one of the older boys was called to help. He studied the situation observed that the fuss was over an oak chair and that there was one more oak chair in the room; he solved the problem by offering the vacant chair to little Tim all was settled to every one's satisfaction? Isn't it because we interfere too soon instead of giving tnem a chance to work out their problems for themselves? Thc same little Tim of, the chair episode had a habit of slapping children when he became excited. He was not a malicious child, but he sometimes had an unfortunate way of expressing his friendliness, and although the teacher understood his really affectionate nature, the children of four and five who received the neighborly slaps resented them. One day Tim slapped a child who retaliated and several blows ensued before the teacher observed the affair Tim received one slap too many, and he began to weep and back away. The teacher stepped in just then and remarked, "If little boys hit people, people will hit back at them, sometimes." It was interesting to watch the change of expression on Tim's face and also to observe how his treatment of his playmates improved in the days following the affair. A child psychologist recently made this remark, "I wonder if we are not having so many lawsuits today, especially contests over wills, because the children were not allowed to settle their disputes in the back yard." Isn't there food for thought in that remark? Of course we are not to allow the brother to take everything from the sister; he may necd some reasoning just there, but when children are not too unfairly matched isn't it wise to give them a chance to thresh out the matter without always an interference from their elders? There are undoubtedly many times when the grown-u- p must use his judgment for the physical, as well as the g moral, of the child, but still I plead that we first give children a chance to settle their own disputes. seven-year-old 111 -- . FARM AND STOCK -. - s - 'II , . 1 wue '"""""", 111 1 -- 11 ("", t a 3 lDl'J-lO- O ID-J- j twenty-din- e I -. i - hcreal-out- . r 1 I 11 j I three-year-o- ld v- - 111 ,i ciic " ... .r-- i i.-- .i. -- . 1 Xt'at'nt .... 1 well-bein- I n'ki'jdce twenty-thre- e JOKE ON PROFESSOR TALKING ON CAUSE AND EFFECT. "The students of my institution," says a member of the faculty of a medical college, "recently enjoyed a good joke at my expense. The case in question was that of a young man suffering from nervous trouble, who was introduced to the clinic. "Now, in certain diseases of the nervous system there is an interference of the blood supply in the smaller blood vessels of the skin, which show a congestion of the venous blood. A common symptom, for instance, is a blue color in the finger tips. The subject before the clinic on this occasion seemed to me to afford an excellent illustration of this condition. "'Observe this young man's hands.' I said. 'Do you notice anything peculiar about them?' "The students went closer to investigate, but no one ventured an opinion that anything unusual was to be seen. "What? I continued. 'Can't you see the condition of the .patient's blood indicated there in the blue color of his hands? That proves ' "But at this point the patient's mother, who was sitting nearby, interrupted. "Why, doctor,' said she, 'that blue Philis dye. He works in a tannery." adelphia Public Ledger. BRYAN ON REPUBLICAN PROMISE AND MEDICINE MAN. William Jennings Bryan was speaking in Miami about the Republican victory. '"The Republicans," he said, "promised us a new Heaven and a new earth if we elected them. Well, we've elected them, and now they must tryto make their promise good. A hard job. "How they must envy, as they confront this job, the Seneca medicine repute to his power of walking on the water. Once a year he gathered the Seneca tribe about him for an exhibition of the miracle. The people would gather in their thousands at the lakeside, and after they had waited patiently for some hours, Black Magic would appear in all the splendor of his medicine man wordrobe. "Brothers," he would shout, standing by the shore, "you have gathered together here to see me walk on the water. Do you all believe that I can accomplish this feet?' "'Aye, we dot We do!' the tribe would sing out heartily, '"Then, brothers, there is no need for me to dp it.' "And Black Magic would stalk back into his wigwam." Washington Star. Some Doctors Are Irreverent "Don't you think a change warmer climate would do me doctor?" "Not on your life: that's Just I am trying to save you from." land Evening Express. to a good, Portman, Black Magic. "Black Magic, you know, owed his prom-hangin- 1 ... zr- Ltwl',, ... t, fca X 1 dainty-Marie- live-stoc- k a- a, .,i 1 I sum-year-o- ld - Rus-'ni- er 1 ( - tf cd . what' 7 p s, MARCH 23, 1021 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Ntum 23, 1921 :I-,- CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY you PAGE FIVE t Srrrkcttrftg? 'WEDNESDAY, Eatcrttt UTES The cdnesday Club is to he en- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS afternoon by Mrs. Catl tertained MARCH at the Poit Office at Clovcrpart, ab second c'ass .natter. 'Kr Easter Hats Choice selection showing many lovely models in the Hritti:in oo o NOTE I'lraie notify the editor wnv.i desire advertisements discontinued. FOR POLITICAL MENTS. Opuea. ANNOUNCE- 1 2BO Mrs. Christina Hamman left TuesFOR SALE day to isit her children, Messrs and Mcsdames Harry Hamman and Chas. FOR SAI.K- - Xicc oak davenport. Mrs. Thos. liouffier, Louisville, and Mr. and Mrs. Ilholcr, Cloverport, Ky. :i!l tf J 11.' Gibson, Prospect, Ky. o o o New Wearables for Easter LADIES e Ladies' Taffeta Dresses, Ladies Dresses, Spring Coats, Georgette Waists, Voile Waists, Silk Underskirts, Muslin Underwear, Silk Camisoles, Silk Hose. Crepe-de-chin- ror county uitice- For State ind Dlitrict ror cam, per line. For Precinct and Cit Oflice-a- .$ BOO -- lift 00 .10 .10 .10 For Canli, per line. For all Publication in the Interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per line Foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION E.vCounty Judge S. B. Payne and Mrs. Payne, who have been spending the winter in Crecent City, Fla have returned to their home in Irvington. o o o FOR SAM! Dahlia bulbs, "ic each, all colors Mrs. Chas. Smart, Ifanlinsburg, Route 2, Ky. 3!) 2t FOR SAM! Ruff Orpington eggs for setting SI.ihi per .", also males ami gilts. Mrs. Geo. K. Shctmnn, Union Star, Ky. :t!l (I; Newest Spring Styles Gay Colors Thursday afternoon. oo Kggs from Ringlet Harred Mrs. Leon McGavock will be hos- FOR SAM! Rocks. ClioNcc pen Plymouth stock, $2 (HI tess to the Ladies Reading Club on setting. First class range stock, $1 2.", per o FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorited 'to announce Judge G. W. Newman, of Hawesville, as a Republican candidate for the Legislature to represent Breckinridge and Hancock counties subject to the action of Republican primary. Predominate for Easter Mr. Charles P Sawyer after spending the winter here vith his brother, tOR SAI.K Kggs for setting. Castle White Hock. strain, $2.fi0 fcr 15. Joe J. Sawyer, and Mrs. Sawyer, has Mrs. Frank Mattingly, The Castle, Cloverreturned to bis home in Columbus, port, Ky. a tf O. Enroute Mr Sawyer was the guest KOH SAI.K White Wyandotte Kggs for Louisof his sister, Mrs. J. H. Wills in Hatching. .Vcver before have I hail such ville for several days. quality in my tlock and am offering eggs Fischcl-llalliach h- setting or two for $2 2.",. All eggs strictly fresh. Write your wants to Mrs. II. . Carter, Irvington, Ky, :S 4t MEN Men's Suits, Hats, Shirts, Silk Socks, Belts, Ties, Oxfords, Underwear, Caps. New line of Gingham Dresses. Bungalow Aprons. - U O Mrs. Frank Stein and daugmcr, Lila Stein, of Pittsburg, Pa., who attended the funcrfel of Mrs Stein's sister, Miss Harriet Ad?ms in Lewisport, are expected here next week to visit Misses Frances and Ella Smith. Miss i I Lamb, after spending several months with her father, Mr. Henry Tate, will leave Friday for Chicago, for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. E. S. Sheffield, and Mr. Sheffield. Mrs C. S. at $1 Tki per setting. If you want the most beautiful fowl with utility qualities, the White Wyandotte is unsurpassed, anil my stock is from the leading strains in America. rite me your wants. Mrs. W. J, Hall, Hanliushurg, Ky. as tf Visit My Shop Miss Evelyn Hicks MiUintr Cloverport, Kentucky Misses Cecilia and Emma Hagtuan, guests FOR SAI.K A few bargains. One registered of Skillman, were the week-en- d of Miss Mary Jo Mattingly. Duroc sow, weight about 350 pounds. Will Agnita Mattingly and Miss Mary Clark, of Owcnsboro. will spend Easter with the former's sister, Miss Mary Jo Mattingly. Miss o o o SAL.1. Single Comli Drown Leghorn Kggs, from selected stock. $1.00 setting post paid. Ilaliy chicks $151X1 for 1(H). K. I.. Frank, Sample, Ky. as if Smith arc eral days. Miss Frances Smith and Miss Ella in farrow about May Ctli. First check for $51 gets her. Shorthorn cows in calf to a son of Rodney. J. M. Howard, Clen Dean, Ky. as tf J. C. NOLTE & BRO. There were 48 guests including children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and friends. Mrs. Sallie Morton and Mrs In low Smith were Mrs. Pate's special guests. Mrs. Pate was presented with many lovely and useful gifts. The guests enjoyed the day immensely and went away wishing the honorce many more happy birthdays and good health. The out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Win. Jolly, of Sample; Mrs. Chas Bowman, of Lewisport. ooo Miss Lorena Graham To Be Married in April. Louisville to spend 0 sev- o o Mrs. L. T. Reid was in Lewisport, Mrs. Ella Gregory, of Brandenburg, Monday to attend the funeral of Miss was here Sunday to see Postmaster Harriet Adams. C. E. Lightfoot, and Mrs. Lightfoot. Joo ooo Misses Emily and Eleanor Reid, Mr. Forrest Weatherholt, of the Chlora Mae Seaton, Louise Wcath-hol- t, Addie McGavock, Louise Nich University of Kentucky, Lexington, olas and Eva Jolly, and Mrs. Robert , will arrive Thursday to spend his Hamman composed a party ,who went Spring vacation with his parents, Mr JV.V. hJllllUClJ i((ntitnnti lJ aHflicnn Cttiiflntt UUVI IIUU1I IU con and- Mrs. Marion oWeatherholt. o o the Government Dam No. 47. Miss Ola Mattingly, of Huntins-burMrs Stcsvart Cayce, of Louisville, Ind., is here the guest of her spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. aunt, Mrs. Joe Bcavin, and Mr. Cayce at the Cloverport Hotel. Beavin. - Mrs J D. Baldridge will leave the last of this week for Martin, Tenn., where site will spend a month with relatives. I will oo o pay Gc for good stock cattle, heifers and steers. 4c for good stock cows. Call and see inc. Julian Brown. 38 tf Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE Dairy Cattle, all breeds, all ages, also tested dams, or dams now on test, pure bred or grades Holstein, Jersey and Guernsey. Two weeks old calves $2(1 for grades with tested dams and purebred sires. Our Association is hacked by the coke feathers from her own barn yard, Farm Mureau. The Dairy Association and and a blackened face, sang a real the University of Illinois, Marion County coon song to the delight of her audiCow Testing Association. Jess Howard, Jr., Tester, Salem, 111. IIS 4t ence. 1 - g, Residence TELEPHONE 56 Officer 36-- J DR. JESSE BAUCUM DENTIST CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY 8 to OFFICE HOURS 12 A. M. 1 to 5 P. M. -- For- Sewing Machines Heber Hawkins and Eli Hawkins, came up to Hardinsburg, Saturday. FOR SALE Knulen goose eggs, 25 cents of Lake, Ind., are visiting Mr. and each, goslings later at (!0 cents each. Mrs Mrs. J L. McGary, of HardinsMrs. Alf Hawkins, of Tobinsport Taylor Beard, Hardinsburg, Ky. 'M tf and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hawkins, burg, spent Saturday with her sister, FOR SALE OR RENT One two story dwellMrs. V. J. Hoben, at Glen Dean. of this city. ing, 7 rooms centrally located in Hardinsooo Her little niece. Miss Lois Hoben. reburg. Good repair. Will sell at a bargain. IKi tf Leitchficld, turned home with her. Hetril Brothers, Hardinsburg, Ky. Mrs. Roy Stevenson, of Ky,, is here the guest of her mother, EggTfor hatching. ' WYANDOTTE Allen Jennings was in Hardinsburg. WHITEhigh class white wyandottes, from the Mrs. Ida Adams, during the absence from best stock in the country, heavy layers and of Mr. Stevenson, who is in New Saturday, ooo excellent show stock, cannot be excelled York. for their quality. Place your egg orders now ooo Mrs. Sallie Wilson, of Irvington, $1.50 per 15 eggs. Address Mrs. A T visiting Beard, Hardinsburg. Ky Xi tf Jas. Frank, of Addison, was in town spent Saturday in McQuady, Saturday. relatives. FOR SALE Old newspapers. 5c a bunch. oo o o oo FOR SAI.K Fine dahlias bulbs and plants chorus presenting a minature wedding Mrs. F. C. English, Cloverport, Ky. Its tf in every detail. The wedding music FOR SALE Cottage in C.len Dean, Ky.. four was played by Miss Ruth L. Harringooo rooms and large hall. Good gard.i, will, ton, using Mendelsohn's Wedding and stable on premises. Price rea.ioii.ible. March in simplified form. And before Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Tatuni and Moorman, For frnn fee 'Mrs. Florence children, Anna Mae and Ernest Edo7 tf the bridal party entered Miss Marian, J. K. Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. ward spent Saturday and Sunday in lichen sang a solo, "Love Leads the FOR SALE Rhode Island Red Kggs, full way." Louisville. stock for hatching, IS eggs $1.00. Robt. T. ooo Mar-- , The bridesmaids were Mi-e- s Morton, Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 3 llox ' C Moorman, of Glen Dean, The grand finale was the bridal Mrs. D. 24. 37 :tt Supplies Needles and Oil and For First Class Watch Repairing Sea T. C. LEWIS, Jeweler Hardinsburg, Kintucky Misses Nellie Kinder, of TobinsMrs R. 15. Pierce is in Glen Dean, port, Christine Balhnau and Corinc visiting her son, Mr. Allen Pierce, and Quiggins, were in Hawesville and Mrs. Pierce boo Camnjlton. last Wednesday. ooo W. R. Hcnsley, of Louisville, was Miss Elizabeth Beauchanip, of in Cloverport, Tuesday. Hawesville, was the guest of Miss ooo Corine Quiggins, Sunday. Miss Jennie Green, who after spendoo weeks in Louisville, returnMr. Roscoe Greer, Win. and Jno. ing three home at the Falls of Rough, McKinzie, Leo Greenwood and the ed to her Superintendent of Dam No. 45 were Monday. here in a motor boat from Addison, H. Mover, of Vine Grove, and Saturday. formerly of Big Spring was in Hardooo Mr. and Mrs. Albert Adams and insburg, Monday, shaking hands with little daughter. Dora Ida, of Reed, Ky. old friends and neighbors. Mr. Meyer guests of Mr. has retired from business and is taking were the week-enthings easy He and Mrs. Mejer and Adams' mother, Mrs. Ida Adams. their daughter will sail for Germany, about April 1. ; d Breckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages. The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. WANTED MALE HELP WANTED Get busy, keep busy. Is your job safe? Is it permanent? You want a life-lon- g business. You can get into such a business, garct Newsom and Marie Cook, who wore crisp white frocks and blue treamcrs; Frances Martin and Phelps dressed in yellow dresses and streamers; Marian lichen and Mildred Nail in pink dresses and They all carried French bouttict of yellow roses. The bride, little Miss Betsy Uowne, who was gowned in white lubati silk and a bridal veil ananged in a coronet fashion, carrying white sweet peas, was met at the altar by the .'toom. Master Billy Phelps, who wore a dress suit. Master John MoGavojk acted as the officiating minister Following the ceremony, all of the performers entered and showered the bride and groom with felicitations. Mis. Babbagc was assisted in her novel entertainment by Miss Eva Jolly. Kath-erine pink-streamer- s Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Lorena Webb Graham, daughter of Dr. Hugh William Graham and Mrs. Graham, of Louisville, to Mr. Norval Crawford Maxwell, of Detroit, Mich. The wedding to take place in April. Miss Graham's wedding announcement is received with interest both here and in Hardinsburg, where she has frequently visited with relatives. SON SEES FATHER SHOOT HIMSELF selling more than 137 Watkins products direct to farmers if you own auto or team or can get one; if you are under 50 and can give bond with personal sureties. We back you with big elliug helps; 52 years in business; 20,(100,000 users of our pro ducts. Write for information where you can get territory. J. R. Watkins Co., Department 37 4t III, Winona, Minn. WANTED FOR SALE One pair young mules, good ones, well broken. One new Titan tractor and plows, etc. One Ford runabout. Will trade for stock or take bankable paper. Sewing grass and planting little crop. Plenty of any kind of wood delivered. How Big New York Grocery Firm Keeps Down Rats. Vroome & Co., Butter & Cheese Merchants, New York City, says: "We in our cellar alt the P keep time. It keeps down rats. We buy it by the gross, would not be without it." because rats Farmers use pass up all food for Three sizes, 35c. 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co , Cloverport, Ky., and B. F. Beard & Ky. AdvertiseCo., Hardinsburg, ment. RAT-SNARAT-SNA- P RAT-SNAP. Salesman High class salesman in local territory to represent nationally known manufacturer of tanks ami pumps for retail gasoline and oils. Must call on garages, retail stores, etc. Permanent position with splendid income and opportunity for advancement for reliable salesman. Milwaukee, Tank Works, Milwaukee, Wisf'l It consin, Leitchfield, Ky., March 10. Wesley Pool, 44 a prominent farmer living near this city, committed suicide by shooting himself in the head, at his ooo home, late yesterday afternoon. His 75th Birthday Anniverson was with him at the sary of Mrs. Lucy Pate. time. Neighbors claim Pool had been acting strangely for several weeks, Relatives and friends enjoyed the and brooded over financial matters. birthday dinner given for Mrs. Lucy A wife and three children survive Pate at her home on the Hill, Satur- him. Three years ago his brother day at high noon. Mrs. Pate was Robert Pool, killed himself with a seventy-liv- e years old and had a birth- gun. day cake with the seventy-fiv- e candles A wood so hard that She i the mother of eight children, five of whom are living and only two tools must be employed in working daughters, Mrs. Win. Perkins, of with it is found in the African interDayton, O., and Mrs. Jas. Brickey, ior. The trees arc cut down with d saws, or of Norwich, Kansas, who were unable chisels or pulled up by the roots. to be at the anniversary teel-cuttin- g super-tempere- WANTED 100 head of shoats running from 50 to 100 pounds. Call or write Frank C. English, Cloverport or Skillman, Ky, 35 tf LOST LOST On Wednesday, child's leather purse turner return to c. s. containing 31) It Martin, Cloverport, Ky. 00. EASTER Of course everyone wants to be well dressed on Easter morning. Let us help. HENRY DeH. MOORMAN, HARDINSBURG, KY. i' ii j LOST Two black hogs, weight about 125 pounds each, about half fat. Reward. Mrs. 37 Tf Taylor Beard, Hardinsburg, Ky. DO YOU KNOW That our MODERN METHOD of dry cleaning and pressing will make your old suit look like new? iQXXa(Qt(XXXXXXXXXXX)XXXKXXXXXX0aWC . , II RELIABLE I i V MAKUMTHEMOSTOFn These are days of progress opportunity. The man who gets ahead in life is the one with a definate goal in view who sticks persistently to it. Most successful men of today owe their success to making early a reliable banking connection. of ClovYour introduction to the Breckinridge-Ban- k erport assures you the best banking service it is possible to secure.' We will be most pleased to have you come in and confer with us regarding your bank business. Ask for Mr. LEWIS. x m SOCIETY ITEMS Of ' Personal Interest Given" by Little Folk. On Saturday afternoon at :i o'clock in the auditorum of the Methodist church the younger musicians of Cloverport presented a very delightful program under the direction of Mrs. Eldred A. Babbage, before their parents and scores of their admiring Delightful Musical Prompt attention given to out of town custoAll work promptly returned by Parcel mers. Post. Give us a trial and be convinced. T laal OLD PAUL & WHITE'S PLACE HARDINSlll'RO, KY. $&$$: TstC. OR- - r FIFTY YEARS I III friends. The diaz of the church represented a veritable Spring garden with its decorations of plum blossoms and green potted plants, making a harmonious background for these charming and joyous little folk. At the conclusion of the program a silver offering of $1:1.25 was made, which was donated to the Association to be used for the school library. Taking part on the program were: Misses Marie Cook, Prances and Eleanor Martin, Mildred Nail, Margaret Newsom, Katherine Phelps. Marian Behen, Artelia and Betsy Bowne, Ruth L, Harrington, Frances Squires, Mary Charles Fallon and Virginia Fallon. Masters Billy Phelps, and John McGavock. The program was made up of drills, piano selections and solos using the classical music in simplified form. In the farmers drill five little maidens took part dressed In patched ginghams and drilled with their rakes. The farmerettes were: Misses Betsy Bowne, Eleanor Martin, Frances Squires, Mary C, Fallon and Virginia Fallon. Seated in front of a typical wigwam four young Indian girls in fetching costumes sang a charming little Indian song. This drill included: Misses Margaret Newsom, Frances Mar tin, Artelia Bowne, Mildred Nail and Ruth L. Harrington. The mirth of the program was the coon song rftnnber in which Miss Artelia Bowne, grotesquely dressed in calico and a hat trimmed in would-b- e Parent-Teacher- 's Early Spring Specials Buy While fTQ the Prices are Down $1.0 D. underwear in separate ttL and drawers. Regular shirts values. Per garment men's B. V. brown and, black, all sizes regular price $2.50. fl" IJf? Ladies' pure thread DX. I O Silk Eiffel hose, colors OUL summer underwear, shirts Men's good quality knit and drawers. Regular 75c values. Men's extra heavy blue QC Uu work shirts, all sizes. Regular $1.75 values. Men's and d1 tDJLstlts dress shirts in best quality Jap Crepes, Madras and Imported Silks. Regular values $2.50 to $4.00. Don't miss this bargain. KQ Ladies' pure "thread silk Wwv hose in greys and fancy stripes, all sizes. OQ, Regular (PO Ladies' chamesette gloves-Otin maize and white only $1.25 values. rn $1.89 Ladies' Cotton taffetta petticoats in all the new spring shades. OP D&,uO 25c Men's good quality dress suspenders. Ou KQr Ladies' summer weight union suits, regular 85c values, all sizes. i VISIT THE SQUARE DEAL HOUSE GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVERPORT, KY. v. vl PAGE SIX THE BRECKENRIDOE NEWS, LOVERPORT, KENTUCKY well-to-d- o MARCH M, BARES DARK SECRET OF CAPITAL LIFE "Assistant Government" Busy, Says Barrett; Charges Foreign Powers Receive In- Bowling Green, Ky , March 10. Although the heaviest rain for months Mapother yesterday was fell over the Bowling Green district direct Benefits. elected president of the Louisville & LODIBURG last week, operations in the oil fields, g Nashville Railroad Company, sucecd-in'were not retarded to any extent, and1 Carlt Payne has moved to Irving-toWashington. March 14. Existence Milton H Smith, who died Feb-- ! minds ver Jn print! rnnrlitinti fnr of "a new and powerful 'assistant' ruary 22. He becomes one of the travel again before the latter part of' A. M. Hardin was in Louisville, last youngest transportation heads in the Government" in Washington, made up the week. of the representatives of varied ir'cr-cst- Friday and Saturday. H-I x Mm. Warren county developments con- Clyde Gibson has a position in United States. 1888, a is charged in a statement issued d October 17, tmuc to go at the full blast despite Breckinridge, Texas, at the salary of S Barrett, presitonight by Charles lad entered the employ of Ok V?, 1917, 1918 the reduced price of crude oil. Among, 8.14 $a dent of the National Farmer Union $1 00 an hour. the L. & N. as errand boy and file MLS? ri3the completions for the week is the r Robert Hardm, Land for the Noah Shaw, of Oklahoma, who has clerk. Applying hiniclf, be soon beand chairman of the National Board Davenport Oil Company's well on the year 1918, 1920 22,22 been ivisiting friends here for the past came noted for his knowledge of the of Farm Organization. Johnson lease in the Davenport pool. Sam Mercer, Land for the year "The 'assistant' Government" Mr. month, returned home last week. system s affairs and a year later was It is in the lower sands at 1,095 feet. 1019, 1920 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, of 27.74 Barrett says, "has one advantage over executive departWhen the drill had gone only seven J. F. Neaftis, Land for the year visited their uncle, Mr and transferred to the Mr. Smith, then the constitutional Government. It is ment controlled by feet into the pay the hole filled nearly 1918 5.14 A ' more effectually trained for its work. Mrs. S. V. Bassctt.'last week. vice president. to the top with oil. It began to flow Airs, ausan m. 1 ticker, Land tor Payne visited Miss It is an association of specialists brother, Eva Mac Payne, who is her Mr Smith, ever appreciative of while the tubing was being set, and in atthe year 1018 3,62 Marvin Eminent men and women who know ability, soon became interested in the twelve hours had put 110 barrels of George Ball, Town Lot for the legislative, administrate and tending school in Bowling Green, last youth, and whenever possible called all the oil in the tanks.' year 1918 7.10 trppt :mil nllpvs Saturday and Sunday. Miss Eva was his attention to the various problems Tiiirnniirrntlr nvptini n Oil Company has a Lave Henning, Town Lot for The in Washington belong to this interest- - joined by her father, Charlie Payne, incident to railroading. flowing well on the Kcllar farm, six the year 1918 3.46 inirnncl nntrtnttc rnl pptinn of men and in L.OU1SV1HC Industry Is Rewarded. miles west of Bowling Green. It is M. J. Thomas, Town Lot for Miss Ruby Adkisson was in Irv- women, the second completion on the lease. the year 1918 4.17 J. T. Harahan, who long since has Even the goreign Governments arc ington, last Friday having some dental "Since Tanlac has overcome my, Production was encountered at 1,000 , been accorded his place among the work done. J. B. CARMAN, S. B. C. :. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanks, of wizards of traffic, was secretary at the troubles 1 have gained twenty pounds feet, with the bit only one foot in the visited their uncle and aunt, time, and Eckstein Norton was presi in weight and am in better general., sand. The Townsend Oil and Gas Syndi-hel- p ODD ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Macy last Sat- dent. Both did all in their" power to ' health than for years past," was the FROM EVERYWHERE. straight-forwar- d Hog Breeders urday and Sunday. Of Cattle and statement made a . cate No. 2 well on the Paschal lease young Mapother along the way. Mrs. Albert Siillwcll, oi Stephens-por- t And he did not need much urging. lew oays ago ny ri. vv. uoring, a is estimated at nity oarreis. it was Chicken Raisers, Live Stock Floyd Whiskey has changed his farmer liv- - shot with 120 quarts. The total depth Those who knew him in the old days prominent and spi.u last Saturday and Sunday name to Floyd Aquaski because he with her aunt, Mrs. Charlie Macy, and say his pleasures were not the pleas- ing at Overland Park, Kans. is 920 teet. and Tobacco Dealers of "During the two years I suffered On the Moyer lease in the Glen was told that the Volstead act preMr Macy. ures of his immediate associates. Breckinridge County Mrs. Ida Nottingham made me a When other youngsters were celcbrat- - I, tried everything I knew of to get Lily, pool the National Exploration vented the use of his former name. prcscnt of a fine satin finished book ing the death of a grandmother by at relief, but nothing seemed to reach Company has completed well No. 19. Postoffice employes noticed his name tending a ball game "Wible was fig- - my case until 1 tried lanlac. My ap- - It is below the shale, and considered in a list of unclaimed letters and their last week for which 1 thankvher, tiring out how much coal was needed petite was poor and my digestion was the best producer the company has action resulted in his change of name. THE HOWARD FARMS Your Money Back If freight so bad I could hardly retain my food, drilled. After the shooting it will be Does- - to pull a train of seventy-tw- o 1 J. M. HOWARD & SON, Prop. cars through the Cumberland Moun- - Nothing seemed to agree with me; in placed on pump. n't Come Up to These Claims. Company has spudded fact, I was almost a confirmed dyspep- tains. k?BlH Shorthorn and Polled Snortnorn, Roan Sultan, The NmHan'a Half l In 190.') his industry was rewarded, tic. My whole system seemed to be in the No. 1 well on the Miller place, Sultan, headi the herd is absolutely gtiaran- P ion of sH amWtt j C.VEfc mtul Scalp HaotMfy I Duroc Hogs, Sprague Defender headi thr teed to kill rats and mice. Cremates Acting on the wishes of Mr. Smith, out of shape. I would have pains Glen Lily pool. It is an offset to two K TXW.USim MUOMWI Y MMMTMa MB herd. who had been advanced to the presi- - across the small of my back so bad wells of the Moran Oil Company, on P them. Rodent killed with THOM WHO KHOW. Breeders of 2nd. prize Polled Shorthorn leave no smell. Rats pass up all food dency, the directorate elected him first at times I could hardly move around the Ennis lease. eradica Heifer (Senior yearling class) JWB!3 ffsSlfltJ Positivelycorrects e The Leder Oil Company completed .uy nerves were an unstrung aim 'dandruff Chicago. 1010 to get at Their first vice prcident, an omce lie neiu uiiui matoocs scalps stops falling P comes July 7. 1918, when lie was appointed I would become upset at the least little another well on the M. M. Ennis lease -: -: Glen Dean, luxuriant growth addslastra, L Ky. meal is their last. in cakes. No mixing. Cats or dogs Federal manager of the L. & M. and thing. I seldom slept well at night at 940 feet. It is estimated at forty barbcfluty, health action Immediate and rels. & St. Louis and filially, became so weak and runk Guarantee. certain. won't touch it. Three sizes, 35c, 65c. the Louisville, Hendersan iWl'ff At druitlat end barber, or und 2B I lost weight rapidly. I in the eastOn the Lawrence farm, H "i $1.25 Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Railroads by William G McAdoo, down that fcrcsnrou sampl. II 4.? was also troubled a great deal with ern section of the county, the Amfot Payne & Co.. Clovcrport Ky., and B. Secretary of the Treasury. IUCKY TIGCB CO., Kansas City. Ha. Valley Home f.m... catarrh and of mornings had to spend Oil Corporation has completed well iwtrmtwmr9m'wm B. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. Became Chief Executive. W. J. OWEN & SONS. Propieton a half hour or more clearing up my No. 24. It is good for seventy-fiv- e to Advertisement. After the office was abolished be- head. one hundred barrels. Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 cause of the dissolution of the United two feet in the cap rock just was Poland China Hogs a Specialty w",LHe Het? His Money's Wort" States Railway Administration, which in "This Iis began the condition Iand it at The drill is on the Lester Producing when 1,205 feet taking Tanlac A New ork paper is responsible controlled all systems throughout the TnjT-kiiT.- i Cattle tor me interesting estimate tnat the war Mr. Mapother reverted to Jhe certainly has been a blessing to me. Company's No. 1 Jackson well, six It just seemed to be made especially miles west of Bowling Green, in the average Bostonian eats two and ! vice presidency, but soon after was times his height in baked named chief executive officer because for my case I improved from the Posey Hill section of the county. It first. My digestion now is perfect and is expected this well will be completed beans every year. Indianapolis News. of the infirmities of Mr Smith. I I suf- within a few days. Hardinsburg. Ky. years of ser- regardless of what cat never During his thirty-thre- e The White Oak Fuel Company's If you are troubled with pains or fer any bad" Rev. Phillip Cook, the new Epis- vice Dealeri In Mr Mapother has seen the L. "The pains across my back have en- well on the Hurt farm has a hole ! aches; feel tired; have headache, copal Bishop of Deleware, was km red & N. develop from a vision into an tirely disappeared. The catarrh h;s most full of oil at 1,150 feet. Thirty LIVE STOCK AND in Missouri, where he was a boyhood of steel filaments serv- left indigestion, insomnia; painful passJite, too. and my head is perfect'y barrels were baled without reducing playmate of the redoubtable outlaw, actual network south. ing the entire TOBACCO clear I am no longer nervous and rest it. The same company has a good well age of urine, you will find relief in Jesse James. Today the Louisville & Nashville well at night I have regained my lost on the Belcher farm. Railroad penetrates thirteen States weight and am feeling better and The Moken Oil Company, of St. and employs approximately 50,000 stronger than I have in years. I am Louis, has completed its No. 1 well earnings going to keep Tanlac in my house so on the men In 188 the net annual John M. Morgan farm in the per mile aggregated $8,071. In 190 it will be handy at all times. EAGLE "MIKADO Pencil No. 174 Davenport pool The pay was reached the amount had been more than douTanlac is sold in Cloverport at at 1,230 feet. The hole filled with oil ble. Wedding' Drug Store, in Addison by and could not be lowered by continuwas bom in Louis- L. D. Addison, in Kirk by Mattingly ous bailing. Mr. Mapother The world's standard remedy for kidne ville. September 28, 1872. the son of Bros , in Amnions by H. A. Dutschke H liver, bladder and uric add troubles and D H. Mapother and Mary Cruise and in Stcphensport by E. H. Shejl-maFor Sale at your Dealer Made in five grades He found a well of elbow grease. National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Mapother. He attended the graded Advertisement. He found a streak of golden grit ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND Three sizes, all druggists. Guaranteeldo scnoois. Yet people said of his success J EAGLE MIKADO Look for tit name Gold Madal ob arary bK. appointed vice presiWhen he was That luck had been the cause of it. and accept bo imitation H( dent he was 32 years old, probably LOCUST HILL EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK the youngest man to hold such a posiMrs Alvin Mingus is at McQuady tion on record. of relatives. he and Glen Dean, the guest Today, at the age of forty-ninMr and Mrs. Fred Davis and childof the greatest is president of one week-ennear Clover-potraffic corporations in the United ren, spent the the guests of her parents, Mr. States. Louisville railmen believe, they say that he is the youngest chief rail and Mrs. J. M. Beatty. Mrs. Jeff Butler and children, were Thrt last year's suit or dress can be made to appear like a Nt)W On executive in the country. guests of her parents, the week-enUnderstudy Is Question.Sand Via Parcel Post. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brown, of near Mr Mapother had "learned his Mook. & trade" under the tutelage of Mr. 1 bj 7?&.uQ Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Davis, who (iaeorporatad) the master died, the Smith. Louisville, Ky. as VI M jT 6th mW directors,When met in New York yes-- J xlWK living in Clovcrport for the been who place IJdSl yCdl II4VC UIUVCU IJdttl IU IIIC11 terday, had no alternative but to full con- farm. the erstwhile apprentice Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carman were trol. And who will be Mr. Mapother's the guests of his brother, Mr. Evie "The Store That Made the Penny Famous" Carman, and Mrs. Carman, Saturday understudy? Officials of the L. & M. retttseU to night and Sunday, Mt and Mrs. Chris Butler, of Har- state, saying it is a question the new presulent will have to answer tor ned, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. " VH himself. Hardie Wilson, Saturday night and Nof and if you have" a Sharp!c3 Suction-fee- d According to a special telegram Sunday, Separator you don't have to, for it skims equally New York! from The clean whatever speed you turn. Eut with every TYPEWRITER SETS FULL LINE other separator you must turn the crank at just liua uisjJia tu ,1,3 iiiiviiiiuu w ,,v,,- iug the precepts laid down by his OF TYPE BEFORE PRINTING. exactly the speed stamped on it, or you will lose PER ROLL predecessor. AND UP cream every time! The wonderful Sharpies An entirely new idea in typewriter Mr. Smith had a marked aversion Suction-fee- d varies the milk feed in direct proto publicity. Those assigned to inter- construction is embodied in the inENOUGH FOR ROOM 14'x14 portion to the separating force never more milk in view him generally returned with vention of an attorney who was formSIDE WALL AND BORDER erly a court reporter. Like a linotype empty hands. the bowl than it can perfectly separate. All other separators have a fixed milk feed. Thus when The new president refused to be in- machine, the new instrument, which Send for Samples is described with illustration in the terviewed yesterday. turned below speed much of the milk runa out without Mr. Mapother married Miss Amelia April Popular Mechanics Magazine, being perfectly separated, and some gets into the cream, FLOOR GALLON Porter, Anchorage. They have one sets up a whole line of type before making it thin and uneven. Thousands printing. The impression is made dirdaughter, Mrs. Leonard Strater. 1 of actual testa have proven that 19 out of FKEE- -A ectly from the inked type, without $100 PH0N06RAPH 20 persons do turn too slow most of tho a ribbon, and the operation is practic- Send For Particulars HOW ANDREW JACKSON time, and that everybody turns too slow line, there SCATTERED ANDERSON'S FOES a,,y silent. For a some of the time. Get a arc 05 perpendicular rows ot keys, th each containing 40 characters, making and Andrew Jackson presided at a din a keyboard 28 by 10 in. The operator aad race meet. A tier once Market St. Market St. crowd of key .:n eac column about For 40 Yars a Wall Paper Center of for seats, and the noises were so con-- . , uiiuiv nuiui) LOUISVILLE, KY. Aiding that no one at one end of the hiiu jviiiviiiiivg gviiuig line finished, a with one motion. The Suction-F- d table could tell what was going on at lever is pulled, which inks the type! WANTED A Young Lady to Represent Us In Your City. the other. Someone in passing Jack- "Skims cloan V" son was overheard to remark: "They'll and presses the platen restoring alt parts to neutral. finish Patten Anderson this tunc, sure." Anderson was a close friend of the General's. Jackson sprang upon the long table only separator that : the and strode through the dishes with skims clean at widely varying eeds his hand in his hip pocket, a sinister gives the same thickness cream rigurdle3S of speed sign in those days. He opened Ins skims your milk quicker when you turn faster 3 tobacco box and shut it with a click has only one piece in bowl no discs, easy to clean x so loud it was heard by some of the knee-lohas oiling supply tank and bystanders and he roared: "I'm coining Patten I" Sharpies is positive insurance against carelessness "Don't firel" cried some of the and its consequent cream waste, because it skims spectators. clean at any speed. A speed indicator, which rings a bell when you turn an The cry caught the ears of some of separator below speed, is really an acknowledgethe hostile crowd. They looked up These bulls are registered, tuberculin tested, inoculated against Blackleg and are the kind ment of the vast superiority of Sharpies, which and down saw Jackson striding tothat will make you money. Raise a ifew good calves, restore the fertility of your soil and automatically prevent losses from irregular turnthem down the wreck of the dinJmMm L '1 H ward with his right hand behind him, ing instead of simply announcing them. Call at ner, leave off a part of your tobacco acreage and see if you do not get along better. Time my store and I will be glad to demonstrate to you and as a writer says, "slaughter degiven parties desiring same. Also registered cows and heifers and Big Type Poland this and the other superiorfeatures of the Sharplss. picted in every lineament of his China Swine for sale. Come and see what we have to offer you. countenance," and Patten Anderson's City HARNED PRODUCE & FEED CO. assailants scattered. Kansas Harned, Kentucky Journal. Gtaulnt Shtrplf Rtptir tnd Oil csriitd a rock The oil areas of Mexico already deGLEN BEAN, KENTUCKY ZA33B veloped can produce upward of barrels annually. Wible L. sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssL " not withotic their representatives, according to Mr. Barrett, lie says: "Of course, it is imnroncr for a for eign diplomat to attempt to influence American legislative or executive ac- tion, but a way lias been found to ac-- , complish this Legislative committees have been created under the names of educational bureaus or such like. These have no definite or tangible connection with any accredited diplomat, nevertheless, the country which the diplomat represents in the beneficiary of their activities. MAPOTHER IS f IT? A lj.L fT$ Vlv mJ O AT OC ll H. W. BORING, a Kansas Farmer, cays he has gained twenty pounds and is in better general health than he has been in years, since taking ACTIVE WEEK IN SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXBAi I WARREN FIELD une blowing W11 nnrl civirfl1 pQrrner Clerk Becomes One of Youngest Railway Line Chiefs in Country. Main Aid of M. H. Smith. f ft Other Good Producers Are Brought In. m n s. : frowsy-heade- Notice is hereby given that I, one of my deputies, will, on Mont t,,c 28,M (,ay of March 1021 betwe the ,hours of 10 a, m. and 2 n. m. at e the door, in Hardinsburar. Kentucky expose to public sale to the u highest bidder real estate against which taxes arc due as follows, the amount to be raised being set opposite the name of persons from whom it is due: Francis Allen, Land for the 3.82 g ,vcar 15)18 Wifpv Wnarti 1 nnil (nr !, year 1917 fi.29 G. P Board, Land, Balance on taxes year 1918 443 G. E. Cole, Land for the year Court-hous- y k ...... ..... ....... .... T FJiza-betlitow- n, Tcx-Ka- ..... ....... I DIRECTORY ..... ..... Stcph-euspor- well-to-d- o I Rat-Sna- p Lord-Well- es t Lucky Tiger hair-prom- otes White-hal- RAT-SNA- RAT-SNA- Inter-Nation- 4 14 1 RAT-SNA- P RAT-SNA- :- :- Money-Bac- Stock Farm 9$ -- DONs II BEARD BROS. DESPAIR COLD MEDAL after-effect- s. al-- "388SP liliUili. " 1 -- n. ! rm G n you do it? -- e, d rt YES IT CAN BE DYED OR CLEANED Street is xjr iriudyi k -..j Every - d ! 909 SWISS CLEANERS DYERS 111 ij w 1P WALLPAPER X PAINT Courier-Journal- 's 7rCI:3"rJlXZ fe?y I JBfej I I $2.10 i er SHARPLES Famous .neiTe;. 9 Mcdowell 9 8 S EPARATOR once-u-tnon- th old-sty- le at Bulls For Sale 10 Shorthorn and Polled Bulls, 8 to Months Old, At Special Prices 24 fixed-fee- d 4 V 500,-000,0- 00 W. R. MOORMAN & SON Tin tfajj MARCH M, 1M1 THE BRECKENRIDQB neriilpfnen-. NEWS, CLOVERPORT, Ttnh-dolp- KENTUCKY TOWED pAde sssssf55!!!C2 itvtn 'WvHHHhBf'IIBIfeH bSbbbmHbbLHbI 'AMSxhxve Romance copypf(rffrm'B033s-mm- E' TAXI PART III (Continued From Last Week) "You will plcnsc tell Miss Thorn- r.ton," he resumed, "that I slinll do my- lcelC the honor of calling on her one week from the day after tomorrow at four In the nftcrnoon. There is a condition, however, and It Is that I be Y left alone without any mental reser-I-' vation by her nnd you and your agents - y cojwwy uewistiuier was this- and "Lewlsfader wns tlnit, but principally and especially he was the central rock In the money maelstrom known to the stock mnrkct as "Amnl. I. S. & C," which had only lately dared to swell Its portentous belly In the compnny of the most developed and vicious snurions.of the h This Is Mr. Randy of New Haven and New York. In disguise but still the best ever." "Table stakes?" murmured Mr. Randolph, ns he took bis place, apparently "at random, but nt the left of the two comparative stranger. "Of courfo! Same old nnte. .Same old game. You talk ns though you'd been away for a month." For a moment, but for n moment only, Mr. Randolph was dusted. Was It possible that the Inst three weeks hadn't been a year? He drew out his sixty-eigdollars and fifty cents nonchalantly, as though they were merely the loose change he had on his person, bought fifty In chips, nnd laid the small heap of what was left of his rnsh on the hoard. The strain on bis nerves during the next hnlMimir put that of the five days' wait for a hunch on the Street to the blush. There came n moment when all his chips wore gone, nnd he wns forced to see with a full house for his smnll pile of change only. "Serves you right. Handy," said Mr. Mein. "For forgetting to plie up the LINER Huanchaco 1,500 MILES Picks Up British Peer In Mldocean. A tow of l.t'W miles hns first been completed by the liner Huanchaco, which brought the 5,000-tosteamship British Peer Into Harrow, England, after she lost her propeller In n mid-ocea- BWI IfcSgK H JFnBFr'fWsakl HsYtnrrTnflmVV KT'"aVB?BSM F'vJT'tS ou" BUSINESS IS TO MANUrCTU(l iLLLI H EYEGLASSES SPECTACLES "the best you can set are the only bate kino to wear" MCMIICn BOARD iWjfl BM The British I'eer sent out n general wireless .January 2 saying that she was In distress. The Huanchaco, seventy miles nway, picked up the call and went to the rescue. It was blowing a hurricane, with high sens, and it was not until the following morning thnt the HtinncliiKo was able to get a line across to the British Peer. Sixty futlioins of wire rope were, pnld out, and towing began at slow speed. Bad weather continued, and Captain Jenkins of the Huanchaco says that the seas were so high that he was often .unable to see the funnel of the other vessel, both ships being In the trough of the sens. A gale broke Jntmnry M, but by careful handling of both craft the towing wns maintained, game: there are ready in a table-stak- e and the vessels arrived In England two and a half million walking the nufely. streets " HOGS LIKE SWEET CLOVER. Or TKADI isW SBBBBSBsl sHiibbbbbbI B H i BSBMSj BBMWPwtfMMSM.BBTBBBBBBBBBBBBBMSKMWBjBfjT STiBrBjBBMfcBBBB AFTER-EASTE- R "Lewlsfader," had reached his ears, he had seen the great light and grasped Ids hunch beyond any thought of looking back. That part of it was settled ; wWt worried him now was the amount of ways and means In his pocket. By thinking very hard, he added up his capital without bringing It forth to the light of day. The exact sum was dollars and fifty cents. rBinuea. me mil can oiuu, pieuse, mn.Hlm iuuikde- - No sooner bad he passed the test In , 'Slim Hervey.' for awhile yet. .I've mental arithmetic than he drew up a ' cided to nccept your offer of another little beyond the front door of the Rock.wagon ior a week or two that is. If et club. He started to leave his cnb, realize you'll be doing me Just a 'paused, considered, and then deliber"vpWh, unornamental favor." ately lowered the flag. As he entered jj? ' ure, kid !" said Mr. O'Shaugh- - the lobby of the club, four scandnllzed nn 1..1.lnn. no Hnno all Ilia fronts leaped to bar his way. They Uthe verge of gratitude. "That's all asked him a variety of biting questions: Did he think It wns a night St rtsnt" chambermaid Which "Thnnks a lot I" said Mr. Randolph. lunchwngon? r'"And do you mind if I take the Wall was he calling on? Was he looking for street bent for a while? I need Mills hotel? "Herbert!" ronred Mr. Randolph. money." The functionary named, head door"Why, Slim, what's got ye? Ye man for the Rocket club since first It know that's the rottenest short-rustand In town. Now, ef It's money stnrted on its appropriately meteoric you want" Mr. O'Shaughnessy career, leaped from his dignified feat reached slowly down Into his capacious on the somnolent side lines and stared DOGS AND MUSIC trousers pocket, his eyes, meanwhile, wide eyed at the servile apparition that had dnred shout the open sesame studying Mr. Randolph's physiognomy to that Inviolate portal. I think it is generally believed that With a shrewd glint that had fore"Mr. Randolph!" be gasped at Inst, all animals love music. s stalled many a clever attempt At a and the stunned fronts started to slink out of ten say that a dog howls when touch In years gone by. lie hears a violin because lie enjoys awny. "Yes, money," said Mr. Randolph "Hold on, there!" said Mr. Randolph, the melody. I,, pensively; "a hundred thousand dol But and divested himself of cap to one. anyonea moment's reflection will cause lars worth." to doubt this Did you ever gloves to the third. Tourke's face underwent a startling overcont to another, see your dog howl as an appreciation 7 down change, as though it had tumbled of any other pleasure? When the hunting dog that loves his outings sees a whole lndder of emotions until it his master take down the gun does landed with a jolt on a solid platform he howl? No; he barks, a short, snapof Infinite pity. py bark, and usually capers around. ye like, boy, while "Take any beat A dog that is fond of horses will do e, c'n hold the wheel." he said, at the same thing when given a chance lambing the brakes tbx same time to go with the team. Howling always crown on his too generous hand. "An' means that the dog is for some reason ' ',, be sure your ol' frien' Tourke ain't unhappy, is suffering more or less, hospital goln' to forget to come to the cither physicially or mentally. ft Tin's does not mean tiiat dogs never g to see you" he finished almost with a like music; it means that not all dogs bod "often." arc alike, and that they have some , For five restless, instinct of discrimination. I have obdays, Mr. Randolph and his cnb were 3 served this personally; I had a shepat the beck and call of every shortherd dog that would howl invariably wanted his that horn when I played the mouth-orgaBut friends and customers to see him start he would sit and listen without a I wuuis ironi tne scene 01 omera ll. sound when a certain friend of mine The vast assurance that had played 'A graced him when he alloweu Mr. s Curious at this dicovery, we experimented. Only one tune that my friend to infer that nine days was plenty played would make the dog howl, In which to pick up' a hundred thouwhile everything I attempted brought sand dollars and that had also tinged out the canine lamentation. John was a remark made some weeks before to an accomplished harpist, while I was Miss Madge Van Telller to the efa but a beginner. Did the dog know nowadays fect that the great thing that? I can't say that lie did, but wlio was to avoid having too much money can say that lie did not? John thought had been gradually worn to a ragged that maybe it was because I was the frazzle. animal's master, so we let a third person, who could not play even as well Mr. Randolph was on the point of as I, "make a noise." The dog howled trying to persuade himself that he was immediately and most woefully. giving way to the too constant strain As a corroboration of my own views rather than to any defect In his philon this, I quote the following paraosophy of the easiness of wealth when Ideal Friday It Is." "Good graph from George H. Yates, physian excited and hatless elevator boy and asked the rourthTor a light. "Her- cian in the Dog and Cat Hospital of rushed up and, said: bert," he continued, In modulated Seattle: "A dog's cat drum is supersen"Here, youse f Mr. Embonpoint cab outside Is waiting for sitive. Sonic tcoplc's singing causes car has froze. Ring your ol' tones, "the Randolph. strained and the H. Mr. R. It may be there the drum to becomewill often produce dog howls. A vio'in fire alarm." for some time. Have an eye Kept on the same lestilt. I have a dog here now Mr. Randolph almost knocked over a who suffers when anyone plays the get aside. It" fare that was attempting to "Yes, Mr. Randolph. I'll see to It. saxophone. People for years have "Engaged!" he growled, as he their singing creates a feeling Mr. Randolph. George, Mr. Randolph's stooped to "turn her over." of pleasure in a dog that the dog sings letters." Five minutes later, his cab was carThe "Never mind the letters," counter- in accompaniment. It is not so. peorying, in the persons of Mr. Morgum, one, and pro- singing gives him a pain. Some manded the above ment'oned, and another, the pople's voices have no disturbing effect ceeded to thread his way to a certain upon a dog. Probably it's because Intential pivots of very well strategically terests to the tune of twelve billion small room depths of the placed and some are singers and some are not." edifice A few times I have seen dogs manidollars. It may be thought that It was within the maddening tumult of the fest joy at instrumental music, and Bervey's intention to waft this far from the Slim The said apartment at the the selections were invariably just precious pair to some bosky retreat, streets1. five cover them with leaves, and hold them moment of his arrival contained table such as make people feel happy and energetic. But usually their approval occupants seated round a circular for ransom, but such was not the case. height and clothed In is shown by quiet listening. He desired nothing from these two of convenient Scientific experiments have proved potentates among a race of lucre pale green, kindest of all shades tothe that music, when well received, ineye of man. There were no mirrors gfants beyond what might come to him creases the consumption of oxygen in on the walls. speaking slot. through his a dok's lungs ,by 20 per cent, and Mr. Randolph's entry was greeted quickens functional activity of the This is all he heard: with skin. Grief, as manifested in howling, "Lewlsfader Is getting kind of first with consternation and then shouts. retards and sometimes halts the vital fresh." "Bobby, you old scout!" processes just as similar emotions do "That's what I been thlnkln'." "Herv, by great balls of sweat." in the case of a human being I think "Whenr every owner of a dog should watch "Randy, from where the devil?" "What about Friday, when the The speakers arose and pump the effect of music and never willfully report comes out?" cause the animal to suffer, L. E. handled Mr. Randolph's arm. Friday It is." "Good Idea In Our Dumb Animals. man, where you been? Not another word, but, as It hap- - ."Ye gods, Strayed in from a fancy dress?" ad. It wan enough to start Mr. IUa And Oh, the Difference! "Never mind the glad rags, fellows," ph honking uptown the moment he Dora: How is your new phonograph dropped his laconic fares at their said Mr. Randolph. "I was Just feel- in the office working? wd wttt board meeting. No one bad to ing lonely for the sound of chips. Room Flora: It would be all right if we tell him who Lewlsfader was; he had for another?" could agree on records, but the boss "The .surest thing I You don't know always puts on "Work for the Night bea to college with that financier's and If there was one thing above these two chaps, do you? Mr. Seegar, is Coming," while the employes all jUt ethers that said offspring was good passed on to us from 'Frisco, and Mr, prefer "Home Sweet Home.' CarfpwUpg-True- , pur lataet uew member. toons Magazine. L (t was blowing ate father's hero. ll sixty-e- hundred thousand In nine days," murmured Mr. Mllyuns skcptl- L cally. Ills great brain hung poised In thought for some time, but flnnlly he nodded his acceptance of Robert's 1 terms of capitulation and promptly left uie room. Mr. O'Shaughnessy presently nml found Ms favorite driver ' m1 .m,nitA Im .(. ma icwcin.. 111 Olicmiuua BUIIJl are you "Well, Mr. er Robert, L join' back to the folks?" . Mr. Randolph raised his head and - 'during the Intervening time." "One financial world. All the way uptown, Mr. Randolph's face was concentrated In the nearest approach to a frown of which It was capnble. Ho was not, however, weighing the substance of what he had heard this way and that, for the simple reason thnt the moment the one word, ight 1 'on 1 ( n "Ob. stow ltl" murmured .Mr. Randolph, ns he counted out b's share. dollars and amounting to ninety-tw- o fifty cents, and pushed across the rest of the fnt pot to the next best hand. He looked up and Mulled. "Roys." be remarked frankly. "I'm riding n bunch with four legs. Watch me." did. but got llttla Five excitement of their pnlns. Mr. Randolph was playing that most difficult nnd uninteresting of poker corollaries a tight came- - Mr. Seegar turned ns the conviction grew upon him that he had run up ngalnst the who never drew to original hard-sheless than a pnlr of tens, never bluffed, und could surrender three kings without a sigh to a low straight unseen. He began to make facetious remarks cam.n connection with the safety-firs- t paign which was then at Its height. Mr. Randolph nursed his pile through five long hours up 'to eighteen hundred dollars. Then It was that he suddenly met n raise of two hundred on the part of Mr. Seegnr, tacked on three hundred more, waited for that Individual to throw In bis very good hand, face up, with the resigned smile of a wise one, nnd then carelessly displayed In the snme manner, his own three-flusso bobtalled that the attention of the S. l C. A. should have been. called to the case. (Continued next week) FASHION SHOW - Sweet clover is an excellent pasturage crop for hogs. The animals may BIG ARMORY BECOMES AN ATLANlie turned on the field tiie first year TIC CITY BOARDWALK FOR after sowing the crop, as soon as" the STYLE AND CHARITY'S plants have made a h growth. From this time until late fall an abunSAKES, JOINTLY. dance of forage is produced, as pasturing induces the plants to send out six-inc- many tender, succulent branches. Pasturing induces the plants to send out many tender, succulent branches. Pasturing the second season after planting may begin as oon as the growth starts in the spring. If the field is not closely grazed the second year it is advisable to clip it occasionally, leaving an eight-inc- h stubble, so as to produce a more succulent growth. An acre of sweet clover pasture ordinarily will support HO to :io shotes, in addition to furnishing a light cutting of hay. For the best growth of the hogs they should be fed each day two pounds of grain for each 100 pounds of the hogs' weight. Pigs are very fond of sweet clover roots, and for this reason should be ringed before being turned on the pasture. The tendency to root may generally be overcome by adding some protein to the grain ration. A WHOLE STATE INVITED TO COME TO THE SHOW Beautiful Models With the Newest Clothes of the Season Will Share Interest With Louisville Beauties Participating in the Pageant. The Chicago beauties who will be Imported to parade the boardwalk In ball gowns, sports clothes, business suits nnd bathing suits, nt Louisville's big Atlantic City Boardwalk Charity Style 'I'ngcunt from April 1 to J), will have to share honors with Kentucky beauties who will prominent parts in the nirulviil of fashions. The imported professional model, have been well t rallied In displacing the style features of the season's newest clothes, but no ieiituckliin will admit that our own girls will yield the least bit lu the contest for favor Louisville girls and girls from ouc in the slnte are to have important parts In the pageant, for there are to be special features every night In which home folks will do the honors. One day will see two presentations of the costumes of Kentucky, yesterday e Nine-person- FAIR ENOUGH plumber and a painter were working in tiie same house. The painter arrived late and the plumber said to him: "You're late this morning." "Yes," said the painter. "I had to stop and have my hair cut " "You didn't do it on your en. plover's time, did you?" said the plumber "Sure. I die!" said the n.iinter "it grew on his time." Team Work. und today, uiiii tne niamigement Is arranging to revive the glories of other days by showing gowns nnd men's garments thnt have been handed down from earlier generations in Kentucky. It is requested that anyone who possess ii dress or n suit of nn ancestor of earlier days communicate with the editor of tills psiper nnd offer to lend it for this event that promises to become historically linpoitant. Another clothes feature will be a series of tableaux vivnnt In which tha development of constunies from undent days to the present will be displayed. A modern-dnfeature will be n boudoir scene, In which present-day lingerie will be much In evidence; a children's revue will Illustrate the best there Is in children's apparel ; a bathing suit contest is projected as being in accord with the Atlantic City flavor of the pageant, and one of the most Interesting of all will be the model society wedding, with the wedding party correctly nnd fashion-nbl- y garbed for the elaborate cere-- , mony thnt will be staged. The great drill hall of the Louisville Armory will hold 12,000 people at one time, so there Is plenty of room for all who come. Anil there will be plenty of Interest and amusement to see, and three score nnd more of smart, shops Illustrating the newest developments in nil kinds of merchandise that the leading stores of today deal In. The festival will be conducted on of a high plane, with no "hold-ups- " nny k'nd permitted, and visitors, can be assured of greatest freedom to see and Inspect nnd price without ever being urged l bu. y "Tuinir.i can you spell?" "Sure! I can even spell words of four cylinders" Motor Life. X heart-breakin- g curb-brok- raway -- A.I I juu-yun- 'g oft-name- d n. IE I K'liK f j Mor-gum- 's .til fjafrvill ijufji l Ml irillm T I JimlrniX J iJa fit ' f I 71SIT Atlantic City in Louisville. its gaeties and amusements. Eniv 'ts ocean view and sandy beach, y V V ed III !WWtt'5k r wlft J?I II a v!H'CVM0 nf mallsi vlWMi!Jy iMmHlidi , ZmwwBSIY 1; --JfclvX BiMswSWf IIMLaIL V I "Eir The great expanse of the Armory will be transformed Into a replica of the fash- lonablo Beaslde city, with Its endless variety of entertainment, Its fashion shops and hotels, ita beautiful beach and ocean view nnd its world famous board wallc w'u 'ts 'asulon Pando of beautiful ',e SW show feature of the exposition w"l hold an especial attraction for worn- cnTwice dally the fairest of models u'"' promenade the board walk, display- mR the Dowest spring raiment from America's and Europe's greatest fushlon shops whllo varied entertainment fen- tures nnd high class vaudeville will make the exposition equally attractive for men. no 8Dec,a' feature program will be changed dally. - I i tight-veste- d " ' "" JImV wV jMw, S VMAiV. v VwV V vS ws. S ' j I j j wnvS 'A . JM Vvv VV ever-ope- n wN lWvsN I j Eu-ban- ks ! E::::::k ::::;::E$k ...L APGIL FIRST TV yM!TH AT TH6 AfHWfliTEi 4 v 111,11 I I AUSPICES LOUISVILLE RETAIL J 1 I I. .1 I I 1 I I I I I LJ MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION I I 1 I I I I I L-- J ! I l LL PAQI BIGHT THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLO.VERPORT, KENTUCKY MARCH Mi KENTUCKY FARM WOMEN LEARN SEWING METH HELIUM GAS IS THICflC UCDfl'O GIRL SHOPLIFTER Come wi xmd kfflm hour -- GOING TO WASTE Million Cubic DEATH NOW TOLD Illinois Boy hi Rolo of Nathan Hale at Cantigny. IS SILENT SAYS WOMAN FAGiN TAUGHT HER cam -- tola tjou wv montAtf Feet Is Being Lest Day. Every PLAN TO PRODUCE HELIUM UNDER THREATS Establishment to ConGovernment serve Costly Nonlnflammabte Vapor for Balloons Makes Air Travel Both In Time of Peace and of War Very Much Safer Congress Asked for Funds to Continue the Work on a Proper Basis. Mnro than 1,000.000 cubic foot of the valuable-- nnnlnflammnhlc gns. helium, which might he used to nil balloons nnd airships employed for either or mllltnry purposes, nre wnsted every dny, according to Dr. " nichurd n. Moore, chief chemist of the United States bureau of mines, who recently addressed the Columbus secThere are many ways our Trust Department can tion of the American Chemical society nt Ohio State university. help you while you are living as well as after you are Plant to Produce Helium. dead; such as Real Estate transactions, Investment "Early In the European war," snld Securities, and other financial matters. Dr. Moore, "the army nnd navy appropriated funds to the bureau of We are always here permanent and reliable. You mines for experimental work on the know our officers are strong financial men, experienced commercial extraction of helium from and capable, and that you can trust any matter to them the natural gas and the experimental work In connection with one of the will be handled with judgment and skill. and know it plants was a success, Rnsed on this, n largo extraction plant has born built, We invite YOUR Banking Business. which Is Just ready to be tested out nnd put Into operation. One of the other plants Is still 011 an experimental basis nnd Is being mtlnued In the belief that eventun'U- the process Involved will give more efficient results HARDINSBURG, KY. than nt present. It has already produced 200,000 cubic feet of helium, which K stored In Texas. Funds are now being asked of congress to con- ' crop (or 20,000 bus.) still on farms . tinue this work on proper basis, not March 1, 1920. to take cure of the operation of Average land values, according to only plnnts and to produce helium, but the reports from farmers and others ' throughout Kentucky, have fallen also to provide for the future needs of since March 1, 1020. from $83.00 aver- aeronautics. "By the use of helium," continued age for improved farm lands a year ago, to $('(5.00 average March 1, 1921, Dr. Moore, "air travel both In times "Value of Land Fallen Since and from ?G2.0() average for unimprov- of peace nnd wnr Is made very much March 1, 1920 ; Reduction of ed farm lands a year ago to $40.00 safer. A dirigible 'H'-- d with helium l average March 1, 11)21. The average to a hydrogen dirigible practically the Live Stock Feeding. value reported this spring for poor ,,snme ns an Ironclad Is to a wooden 'plow land is ?:i:i 00 compared to $12. ship.' The March crop report issued by a year ago; good plow laud $".00 "The BrltMi admiralty during the ago; the U S. Bureau of Crop Estimates compared to $1)3 00 a year plow and wnr expressed the opinion that one land cvarage of ajl grades of with State Commisin hydrogen dirigible was the equivalent sioner of Agriculture V. C. Hanna $.i:i compared to $70. March 1, VJ20. to five or six fast scout vessels for shows that Kentucky farmers have on As there have been comparatively Since the hand an unusually large percentage of few sales during the last several reconnaissance purposes. and months these estimated values are cost of one of these scout vessels last ears crops of corn and oats, that land values in Kentucky have based partly on last falls sales and would be equal to one dirigible, thr fallen sharply within the last year. prices at which fanners are now hold- greater use of hydrogen dirigibles ap The reduction of liestock feeding, ing, as well as on recent sales, these parently has been established. The the mild winter and the decline of estimates being, therefore largely use of helium Instead of hydrogen prices, with slow movement, are the visionary. innkes dirigibles very much more effThe average cash rent paid for Ken- icient, ns they cannot be brought down chief causes for this unusually large fa in percentage of grain crops held over tucky farms, where an entire was rented in 11)20 was reported as by Incendlnry bullets or by othei by fanners. destroy last ear's Kentucky corn crop $1)10 00, and the average size of such means which are sufficient to Of ."id .U.:;.i,()()() bus.) was rented farms as 112 acres. Where plow a hydrogen dirigible. In addition, the per cent (or still held by fanners March 1,- - 1921. lands alone were rented for cash the range of operation Is greater, as the helium diffuses more slowly through compaicd to : per cent of the l'JIU a vet age cash rent was $9,70 an acre. The amount of corn on farms in the fabric than do"s hydrogen." crop (or 2'.i. Too.duo bus ) on farms March I, l'.iid About l.l per cent of the United States March 1. 1921, was Found in Natural Gas. Kentucky's l'J2() wreat crop (or S42,-00- 0 l,."i72.:!97,()()() bus. compared with Dr. Moore snlil tint helium Is found bus. on farms March 1. 1, bus.) was held on farms March of one In the air in the proportion 1H21, compared to 11 per cent of the 1920: of wheat 207,:91,000 bus. com1S.".()0() hy volume nnd also In loi'.t crop (or I.i:i3,00 bus.) on farms pared with Kil,(i24,()()0 bus. March 1. pnrt to March 1. 1H20 Of the 1020 Kentucky !!).': of oats iiso,:i(i(i,ooo bus. compar- the gnses which come from springs nnd oat crop fanners held .'!( per cent (or ed with 41S,9S:t.OO0 bus March 1. 1920; especially In ceitnln natural gases In 2,'Jii 1.000 bus ) March I. 1021. com- and of barley OD.HIKi.OOO bus. compar- the United States. "The fact that pared to !."i per cent of the HMO crop ed with liii.sis.ooo bushels March 1. helium exists lii these American gases (2.4"i.(.od bus) held on farms March 1920 In reasonably large quantities mnkes 1. ii;o. About 10 per cent of Ken-tuc- k s the whole question of Its use In s 1.. b.rlev crop (or 11,000 NOTICE not only a ominercinl posslhll-Ity- . bui ) was still on firms March I, 11121. hut a practical undertaking. The compared to :o per cent of the 11)1') All persons having claims, against United States Is he only country In the estate of John C. Jarboe, deceased the world In which the natural gas are hereby notified to present same contains appreciable quantities of properly proven to Irene J. Jarboe, Cloverport, Ky , on or before May 13, helium." Dr. Moore expressed the opinion that 1921. All persons knowing themselves in- n special effort should be made to condebted to John C. Jarboe are hereby serve and use to the best advantage nn notified to come forward and settle element which Is not only a unique weapon in warfare, but an aid In comsame Irene Jarboe. Daily Courier-Journmerce. and The E. Bowne, Executors. Breckenridge News; AA THIEVES HAD OWN PLANT Why Mr. Joe Armstrong, Celebrated uog .trainer, uses Kat-anaStole Enough Machinery and Raw The and Times Louisville Material to Equip Mill. Breckenridge News; P? AA "Noticed rats around my kennels, up having hundreds of prize doys, could-- 1 a KITorts are being made to round emnumber of men. most of them RAT-SNAn't take chances. Tried in three weeks every rat disappeared., ployees of n silk company in Scranton, Louisville Evening Post and The Noticed that the dogs never went I'a.. who are said to have taken a sufBreckenridge News; (P AA I tell my friends ficient amount of machinery from nine near RAT-SNA- P Use this sure plants operated by the company to alabout rodent exterminator, it's safe. Comes low them to equip n 'complete mill. Send Vour Orders to in cake form. Three sizes, 35c, G3c, The thieves also carried away a large $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad amount of raw silk. The value of the Payne & Co , Cloverport, Ky and B. stolen goods Is placed at $2.r0,000. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. KY. The plant, set up with stolen maCL0VERP0RT, Advertisement. chinery, was lendy for operation, and i How many good poker players are If Its owner had not been Interfered , there in the new Cabinet? Boston with the mill would hnve been ready for business In a few weeks. Globe. Being good Republicans of course PEOPLE FOR WHOM there isn't one. Brockton Enterprise Landlord Bars Kids From Front Doors THE BEST IS NONE The landlord of an apartment buildJay Geer, a mail carrier of Kewancc, ing In Cincinnati, 0., bus notified his TOO GOOD 111. in the 20 vcars of his service has tenants that their children, like bunAre always the most enthusiastic con ccming the excellence o( our neer mised a trip. Once, when a rural dles, niuM use rear doors. The chilcarier, the roads were impassable to dren damage front entrances, he Dry Cleaning and any vehicle, so he walked the 22 miles charges. Dyeing of his route for 18 days. com-mcrcl- nl Lieutenant Kendall Refuted to Betray Plans of Army, Enabling United States to Win Its First Battle Decoyed to German Line, Falsely Accused and Thei Executed Secret of Solitary, Unmarked Grave Is Finally Solved Scion of Old Family, 31 women were enroll cd in learning methods of makin clothing quickly, easily and with goe. results for themselves and their fatnl ics. At the present time more thai 100 women in the State arc taking work and passing it on to their neigh-- j oors. Massachusetts is the other stat1 giving this work to farm women, j at which time Lcxincton. Kv March 21.1 tucky has the distinction of being of ot the two states in the Union wh farm women receive instruction clothing efficiency methods, accoi mg to Miss Helen Harriman, agent in clothing from the Ken State College of Agriculture, work was started in November -- thl Who Was Your Class Secretary?' Did vmi an tn mUntrp? If so, do you remember your class 1 veil? Loiliftvillc Cmiripr.Iniirnari What was your high school classfl motto? Ed Pointer in Globe. Class colors? Portland Press. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. - MARCH CROP 11 I I REPORT ISSUED I nero-untitle- 1 CLUBBING RATES al d? p. ( P; RAT-SNAP- ." How nn Amcrlcnn otllcer, nn tin ncclnlmcd Illinois hoy, played the part of Nnthnn Hale In the World wnr, 'dying ns a spy thnt the first serious offensive of the A. E. F? might he crowned NO CHANCE with succcsl, was told In Chicago re"Do you really believe women will cently for the first time. Its narrn vote from a sense of duty?" tlon was made possible by the dis"Will they? Look how they flocked to the polls with not a looking glass covery of nn unmarked grave behind in a single booth." Baltimore Amerithe lines once held by the kaiser's can. forces at Cantigny, and nn Investigation following the discovery of the At an examination of 344 coeds at body of an American lieutenant In tho Kansas University, Miss Clara Newgrave. ton was found to be the only one with When Amcrlcn onteicd the wnr, opn nerfect- fpot w... wnc w... an ft,:.,... n VIIIAIA, ... 51n KM.. of the first to offer his services was her parents being American mission- uinieoii-.Liii-olEniiuii .loni, Oliver Julian Kendall, son of an old aries, and went barefoot for ycarsj Illinois fnmlly for which Kendall coun- Brooklyn. N. Y girl, when nrresfed ancr tnc manner ot the Chinese on the charge of shoplifting, admitted coolies. ty was named, and which still resided In Nnpervllle. wct of Chlengn. Young the charge and said she had been taught to steal hy a woman Fngin. The Kendall entered the first olllcers' trainOne of the peculiarities of the Eskiing camp and was commissioned lirst little girl said she stole to make gifts mos is that brides are selected orin- cipally because of the condition of A lieutenant shortly after the death of to her girl friends. The photo shows Emma Jones leav- their teeth. This is because women i his father, Frank Kendall, former arc expected to chew leather for moc- - 1 mayor and superintendent of schools ing court. cosins and to soften skins. In Nnpervllle. f The young man hnd been connected PINCHED ON $50,000 INCOME with the engineering department ot tho Chicago & Northwestern railroad, and Wealthy Woman Asks $12,000 a Year SPECIAL , Additional for Children. his experience led in tils being nt-- , Only through "scrimping and scraptnched to the engineers of the First ing" did Mrs. Itushtnn Penbody of New division nnd sent to France. York city, formerly Mrs. Chester P. VtU Commands Advanced Party. Selms. support herself and three small On May 2."). 1018. the First division ' Mar. was about to attempt tho first Impor- children from November. 1018, to May, tant offensive In which Ainorlriiii 1020. on $50,000. This Is the report made hy Mrs. troops had been engaged In Franco. We are making this on Saturday The struggle was to prove whether Penbody to Hugo Wlntner. referee. In in order to get more Burly Buythe dt;splsed American troops muni her support of the children from a cope with the crack troops of the toil-se- r. trust fund established for them by her ers. Some will be here, who This was the situation when first huband. can't be here except on SaturKendall took his place In the Jumping-- 1 JUST AS SHE'S SPOKE ' day. off trenches directly In front of Can- V. W. S., in Kansas City Star tlgn.v.and In command of the advanced Regular Tobacco Sale pnrty. I used to think I had to be As he waited noises came from No Quite careful of my grammar, Friday, March 1 8 .Man's Land calling for n volunteer. And if I made a slight mistake It made me blush and stammer. Kendall and n private slnrted to InCloverport Loose Leaf Warehouse vestigate. They had not gone far But now I shall no longer strive J. Walter Boyle .vhen the noises grew Iniid'T. Order-'n- g To answer "It is I." the private to remain where lie if I wish. I'll say "he don't," vas, Kendall went forward. He was And And never bat an eye. j icver seen again. That night the Oermnn raiding par-rle- And when I ask where some one is seeking Information, attacked tho I'll say, "Where is he at?" iuniplng-of- f O. E. HART trenches. The men who I'll say, "I seen" and "I have did" And "hain't" and things like that. held them were alert, nnd when tho Hermans were repulsed several Prussian olllcers were left behind ns pris- I'll say, "I laid upon the couch," And in a chair I'll "set," oners. From them It was learned that cap- I'll say "this here" without a qualm, tn American lieutenant had been And "hern" and "his'n" yet! l tured In No Man's Land shortly be' fore the raid. For common usage is the thing Reported Miming In Action. That grammar's hold has broken. Will be in Colonel E. .1. Kierkesson. commandIn speaking English, mind no rules Kening the First engineers, wrote to Just speak it as it's spoken. HARDINSBURG, KY., dall's family thai the young man was' missing in action. That was nil nt the' Edwin Don't you believe me, dearon the time. Then gradually the story ot est, when I tell you that you are the In only girl I ever loved? Kendall's fate became known. Angelina O, yes. But that's now ' May. 1010, MaJ. (ion. O. P. Summerall, ' FOURTH MONDAY IN MAR. nearly as nice as it would be to know one of the commanders of the First that I'd stolen you from some other division, was told of the finding of tho girl. lone grave In the area that had been behind the Prus.slan lines in Cantigny, which had been captured In the Hist ' great American victory, two dnys after Kendall disappeared. The body found there had been removed to the Amcr ' lean cemetery nt Bouvlllers, France. ... It was Inter Identified as that of Kendall.' From German sources It win learned that, although he was In full uniform when captured between tho Hues, Kendall had been shot as a spy. Always In office durlutt ftfflna Unnrc in. to 1! m. Inlngton, Ky. The German olllcers suspected ho WIIIVU IIW11IU. i p, m. to & p. m. office hours them about an American could tell offensive which wus about to take place. When he refused, he was shot. The official records and the report j of the Bed Cross finally have reached ' Mrs. Frank Kendall, mother of Lieu-- ' tenant Kendall, at her home, 4027 Washtenaw avenue, Chicago. I860 by M. Man Under -ti-(l i BURLEY SALEM Saturday, 26 s, Dr. VETERINARY SURGEON I DR. W. B. TAYLOR , M. H AMMAN Established Haraman. agement Since Kentucky Present SON READS DOZEN Boy BOOKS A DAY 896 I Story In Thirty to Forty Minutes. Louis Silver, twelve years old, a pupil In the public schools of Itnlelgh, Is believed to ho the fnstest N. C render of his ugu in the country. A few dnys ngo the hoy read 12 books of the average number of pages In a single dny. He snld he could have rend several more If. he hnd them. In n test given hy his teacher. Silver rend 021 words In u minute nnd answered every question correctly when she quizzed hlin on what he hnd rend. It requires the boy only about thirty to forty minutes to rend n book of from 250 to 800 pnges. Chinese Medical Practices. In 700 the Chlne.se begun to vnccl-uutThere were three vaccination stations in which the concoction was poured Into the mouth. Stone needles were used to puncture Huelllngs and tho Idea was not Introduced Into Europe until centuries later. Cauterl-zutlo- n was practiced by burning the rolled leaves of a munll plant. It was held to be good for rtieumutlsm and nosebleed. Anesthetic effects were prolucedJjv certain mushrooms nnd the nmtfSofT'aconlte. fuses of. skin LTlll'tlllL' MTU e. Can Finish FURNITURE DEALERS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS tnd Indiana License 2 ' I We have one of the most elUcient Remodeling Departments Into in the country. Furs transformed Men's the mode very quickly. women's garments altered In any desired. We dye fur skins and remodel In any way. and way For Sale i them Carefully selected and tested We tailor make men or ladies' suits $50.00 up. Latest styles. TEASDALE 685-- Johnson County White he can deliver goods worth while. Ho resides In Harlesden, Ens., and has Jut been made superintendent of 40 men and girls In an electric lamp factory In that place. Would Serve Dinner at Prayer Service. To stlmuluto Interest In the weekly prayer meeting, Dr. J. M. Stlfler, pastor of the First Baptist church, Evan-sto111., will serve homo-cooke- d diallers before pruyer. il Boy of Fifteen Bosses 40 In Factory. Kruest Bay Is a youth of fifteen, but Owensboro and Louisville agency for cut flowers; Singer Sewing Machines (easy terms, special contract to farmers) Needles and Repairs for all machines. Eastman Kodaks and Films, Premo Cameras; Hoosier and Sellers Kitchen 'Cabinets; O'Cedar and Liquid Veneer Hops and Polishes; Palace, Cedarine, Waxit and Monarch Furniture and Auto Polish; United States and Kokomo Auto Tires; Reach and Spalding Base Balls and Sporting Goods; Linoleum; Pillows; Window and Plate Glass. All Goods Marked In Plain Figures . Seed Corn Geo. A. Beard HARDINSUURG n, C. W. Hamman SOLE OWNER Cloverport. Kcatacky ' WALNUT STREET L CINCINNATI, OHIO. KY. Cmb. Pheae 23, Day ar Night' SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS MOI'lv iWNmliul - .A i uJHl