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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH -- $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, STEPHENSPORT CLOSED SUCCESSFUL SCH.OOL Clifford &r- T 1921 8 Pages No. 3 -- Lj 0 ffBURG P. T. A. MEETS APRIL 4 Interest Growing in Association's Work at County Seat;. ' Program for Next Meeting DEATH DUE TO ANNUAL MEETING MISS BEULAH NATION AND MR. EDDIE NICHOLAS WED IN CANNELTON. The marriage of Miss Beulali Na tion and Mr. Edward Nicholas took place in Cannelton, Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. The ceremony was per formed in the Presbyterian parrish house in the presence of the groom's iui.iiv.if ituiiaiii iitnuutst aim vv uiili Taul. -- i.i ti. i.:..i.. ,s .... 4! "13 uui aimi '" uuuc tl(.I,ran,l,-111r1f-rMrc Pi;,., Ti.rL-- . er, with whom she lives. Air. .Nicholas is twenty-six- , and this is his second tnr.rriage, his first wife having died over a year ago. Mr. and Mrs Nicholas will make their home with Mrs Tucker :"-":.-- C. OF A. REVERSE JUDGEMENT IN SCHOOL CONTEST Dowell and Dewey Hanks Honor Pupils. BLOOD POISONING METHODIST W. M. S. Young Matron of Brandenburg; Held in Owensboro This Week. Mrs. W. J. Piggott to Preside C'port Wants Next Meeting t, Tli"" ' " "'" .,.,..:., " f ""- - U'.,,n.,'c " """" Missionary .societies in tnc uouisviuc IV 1?, Stephensport, March 28, (Special) Buried on Easter Sunday. The Stcphcnsport school closed Friday, and that evening a creditable program was given before a large and Brandenburg. March 28. (Special) appreciative audience. Announced. The death of Mrs. W. H. Gray on Master Clifford Dowell received a nice book from his tcachc. Miss Thursday, March 24, of blood poisonHardinsburg, Mar. 28, (Special) Bruce Temple, for punctuality and ing brings unspeakable sadness to the On account of the High School play perfect attendance; Dewey Hanks re- loved ones in her home. She. leaves a to be given Friday evening April 1st, ceived a one dollar bill as winner in baby girl a few days old. two small Association of the head mark contest. the sons and her husband. Hardinsburg will hold its monthly Mrs Gray's maiden name was Miss INmeeting on Monday evening April 4. Lcali Thornsberry, she being the daughter of Khoda Thornsberry, deMore and more appreciation is be ceased, formerly of Sirocco. She had ing shown for 'the very enjoyable proa nost ot menus and possessed an gram, and of the splendid work being . especially sweet and attractive person- done by the Association. There is no ality. The interment was made in the admission fee. tO Can Anderson rempH-ron F.ntPr following program will be giv- Gilbert Oldham. Baker Sent The Sunday. en at the next meeting: i.dKeimu, virile nwc x luiu Attending the funcra, from out.of Song by audience The Quilting town were: Mrs. T. B. Beard, of Fordsville Party. Hardinsburg. Mrs. Henry Burch, of Dialogue "Mrs. Brown's Visitors", ' Missouri. Mrs. Georgia Wallace, of Misses Judith Hendrick. Lucy Gilbert Oldham, who owned a bak- Beard, Floy Chancellor and Mary ery shop in the West End, was taken Tennessee. Mrs. G. A. Hendry,-oWest Point.s Winfield Hendry, of Daily Beard. to Hardinsburg, Friday for Song "Hard Times in Boyland." tion before Judge Kincheloe examina- Fordsville, and Roscoe Hendry, of who ad- Holt. C. G. Hendrick and George Evans judged him insane and ordered him Miller. sent to Lakeland Asylum at once. Farce "Dot Entertainers," Annie De- Oldham was demented on the subJarnette English and Geo. Beard. ject of religion. Otherwise his mind Songs "The Naughty Birds," "Wake was fairly balanced and he carried onl Up!" Louise Bess, Emmaline Hall, his business in all saneness of mind. LONG Mary Mattie Lee Whitworth, When broached on the subject of. Lyon, Nancy Dorcas Miller a,nd religion tho, Oldham's 'acquaintances Ruby Dowell. that he was most irrational Funeral of Miss Irene Taul Story "Peace in Friendship Village", stated talking. in his ' Gale, Mrs. T. H. Withers. Oldham came here from Fordsville, Held From Residence WedSong "Carry Me Back to Old Vir- - sometime ago and set up a bakery nesday Afternoon. ginny," Audience. shop and had a good trade. He has Order of business. children, who live elsewife and Song "God Be With You Till Wc where. three After a lingering illness of several Meet Again." months, Miss Sarah Irene Taul. fell date, Monday even-'inRemember the asleep at the home of her father, L. April 4; time, 7::i0 o'clock place MRS. W. A. COCKERLL AT ST. JOSEPH'S INFIRMARY. C Tau .on Tuesday morning at So High School. j clock. Miss laul had been in declin- f A. Corkerill. who under- - ng health for about a year. Last Nov Nfrs CHINA FAMINE FUND went an operation at St. Joseph's In- - ember, she with her father went to in from Breck firmary on Monday, March 21, per- - Florida in hopes of regaining her Contributions sent inridge county Ky. formed by Dr. Irvin Able, is improv- - health but since her return home she Methodist church, Kingswood $ 5 00 ; tn th snnrpmp pratifica- - has been bedfast and members of the 1.00 Anonymous, Kingswood - tion of her family and many friends. family were summonsed several days 1.00 Church. Custer Mrs. Cockeril will be confined to the' ago when the end was thought to be Mount Zion church Kingswood 2. infirmary until April 16, and after leav Harry Newsom, Cloverport, Ky. 25.00 years. Miss laul was twenty-fou- r ing there she will remain in Louis- Lucile Memorial Fresbytenan old. She was born near Cloverport. Church of Cloverport - - - 5 00 ville several days before returning February ','i 1S9G, and was the only 50.00 home. Lillian Glasscock, McDaniels child of L. C. Taul and Mrs. Margaret Ann xaui, wnosc ueain occurrea iwoj vears ago. Miss Taul has been living in Cloverport since .'JO, when she came herewijh her parent, She unit- rport Baptist four years past. She is survived by her father, with many relatives and veiy dear friends. The funeral will be held from the residence Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev E. C Nail, of the Baptist church will officiate. Burial will be in the Cloverport cemetery. I Parent-Teacher- 's Finally n.,,l . nf ADUDGED Methodist Conference opened in Owensboro, Tuesday afternoon at the Settle Memorial church. The conference continues until Friday noon. Presiding over the meetings will be Mrs. W J. I'iggott. of Irvington, president of the Louisville Conference of W. M. S. were scllt Settled That Voters Who Are Patrons of an Independent or Graded School Not Allowed to Vote in County School Board Election. SANE ON RELIGION , I ! g, ef.-.riii- I &'f ' KEEP BOOKS ON YOUR, EXPENDITURES t 'It isn't necessary to go to any expense or any great amount of trouble to keep books on your expenditures. Open a Checking Account at the oldest bank in Hardinsburg. Pay your bills by check. At the end of the year your check stubs will show to whom, for what, when and how much money was Yqur. returned cancelled paid out. checks are receipts. This will give you a complete set of "Books" on your expenditures and we furnish all necessary materials without charge. I Hi BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST OOMiaNV HARDINSBURG 1 KENTUCKY j One hundred and eighty-fiv- e names '" asf delegates who would alle,ul u,e comerence. rour nunurca church societies, all the LoillSVllle Conference, will be represented by the Frank M. Basham Buried at delegates. Walnut Grove; Was 75 Mrs Eldred A. Babbage was elected a delegate and will represent the Years Old. Cloverport society Mrs. Babbage was by members of the society ""tn.cted Frymirc. Mar. 28, (Special) Frank t0 "teiid an imitation to the Con- rcrcil(-" riext annual lnect- - M Basham, age 75 years, of Lodiburg oU1 who had been in declinning health iug in Cloverport. for several yars. died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. J. Keys early Wednesday morning. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon. Rev. J. C. Argabright conducted the services, and the interment was in Walnut Grove cemetery Surviving are his aeed widow and In response to an inquiry Supt. R. three dauchters. Mrs. Nannie Kevs. of. F. Peters, has received the following Lodiburg; Mrs. Eddie Kroush, of letter from the State Department of Illinois, and Mrs. Kitty Basham, of. Education: Missouri. "Your graded students should be Mr. and Mrs Roscoe Deacon and examined and promoted by your own two children. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rob-- 1 tnrliirc in rrmrlRfl crlinnl flliilrirtQ ertson and Roscoe Avitt. of Frymire1 be promotulI from the T the funeral. :i,th frra,!,. tn tin. ninth a well as from the seventh to the eighth, when ELECTION NOTICE. they lneet the requirements of your schooL tt is not eCessary that they Notice is hereby given that the go thru the ordeal of an examination on State Board questions. Yours truly, Fiscal Court of Breckinridge county. at its regular term beginning George Colvin. State Superintendent." appoint a 1921, elect In pursuance to the foregoing com County S, Treasurer foror Breckinridge munication, an . mhskm t0 'thc hi j, schco, department tioTKtakTJl wi ,)e conducted by Miss viola Beat- - n "he Coim HoSse in Hardinsburg, tv and Sunt. Peters the last week, of Breckinridge comitv. Kentucky In ordcr to ,,e eiigii,ie Any person desiring to be elected the schoo, for h;gh schooI next veaiJi eighth or appointed to said office, will on or de plipjis must measure up to cer- - before the date provided for said elec- tam demmc standards in sholarship. t'on submit scaled bids setting out imist lie reeul'ir in attendance ll,c lenns allH conumons unucr wuitu they will accept said appointment. fl.nfn t1' C'Z t,,,C. Wnes.s. my hand aS Judg? ol ":"! a n Ci""ty C"rt' t,US and must not fall below 75 in any Kincheloe, Judge B. .K one subject Diplomas will be awarded GOVERNOR NAMES MEMBERS to thc successful candidates. OF COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. Plans are under way for the presen-tio- n Frankfort, Ky., March 20. Governof a play by the high school or Morrow today appointed Price Mcstudents May 18. Date is tentative. Coy,- G. A. Wright, Robert Weather-for- d and Mrs. Mary Blanford memThe school wishes to thank Mrs. Eldred Babbage for her unselfish ef- bers of the County Board of EducaSALE AT CLOVERPORT forts in presenting the entertainment tion of Breckinridge county to fill LOOSE LEAF HOUSE, APR. 1. at the Methodist church 'for the bene- vacancies. The election of four memAssociation. bers of the board was recently decfit of the lared void by the Court of Appeals. having but On account of not That reminds us; the regular 42,000 lbs. of Burley on the floor last URGE KENTUCKY FARMERS Saturday, March 2G, the sale advertis- monthly meeting of the STOCK TO RAISE PURE-BREAssociation will be held in ed for that date was post poned until Friday, April 1st, which time we will the school building Friday afternoon Lexington, March'23. An extensive A. is fast at 4:00 o'clock. The P.-sell both Burley and Pryor. campaign looking to inducing farmers We will have more buyers than at becoming an important factor in the Arl t IHHAA a f al any previous sale and it will be a good development of the public school. The , every cooperation and attendance of time to have year tobacco here. b was decided Cloverport Loose Leaf Tobacco Whse parent in the district is earnestly re-- 1 upon at a meetjng 0 live stock men R. F. PETERS. and officials of the Kentucky agricul quested. J. Walter Boyle, Mgr. tural experiment station here today. A cooperative movement with the experiment station, the Bourbon Stock d Yards company, thc Kentucky Livestock association and farmers organizations was decided upon. This neat little apron is sent to you, And this is what we wish you'd do; 530 FIRE LOSS AT SILL'S ' The little pocket you plainly see, PRESSING ESTABLISHMENT Someone thoughtlessly tossed a lightFor a special purpose is meant to be. ' ed match into a gasoline container in Now measure your waist line inch by inch- the pressing room of J. C. Sill's, HardAnd see the measure does' not pinch; insburg, causing a fire loss of $50. For each small inch, you measure around, Several garment were reported to have In the pocket put a penny sound. been scorched. The game is fair, you will admit, You "Waist" your money, we pocket it; NOTICE And the money the pockets so freely pay, All persons having claims against For. the Baptist Women's Missionary Union the estate of John C. Jarboe, deceased Will be used in the wisest way. are hereby notified to present same properly proven to Irene J. Jarboe, You are invited to attend our social in the afternoon and evening of April Cloverport, Ky., on or before May 15, 1021. 1st 1021 Place. Ham man's vacant Store. All persons knowing themselves inJarboe giving the amount acordin'g to the debted to John C. forward are hereby Refreshments served free to those and settle notified to come measurements of their waist line. same. Irene Jarboe, E. Bowne, Executors. CANDY FOR SALE Afl?n PI7CIHI7WT AF fiUEll IlLOlliLll 1 )l ,on the ' IllllIRI Kil nif All v 111 I f SUCCUMBS AFTER PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES ILLNESS w i . ll- - - I I i J""0" ""'t i el vee el LS ""(fe S The Court of Anneals of Kentucky -- ndreversed the judgement of the Breckinridge Circuit Court renered at the last February Term, in which G. A. Wright was the plaintiff against Mike Lyddan, Chas. L. Miller, Tice McCoy, Rebort Weath-ehfor- d and Miss Eliza Pile. It affirmed the judgement in so far as Miss Pile is concerned because her plurality was too great to be overcome by- the tod vote of those deprived of ballots, who were entitled to vote The history of the case was about as follows: At the proper time before last Nevember elction interested parties got up a petition with the required number of signers, nominating Robert Weatherford, Tice McCoy, G. A Wright, three republicans and J. A. Haynes and Orin Hardin, two democrats. Following this other interested parties prepared and secured neces sary signers to another petition, norm- nating Mike Lyddan. C. L. Miller, Miss Eliza piIe- Edwin Egart and Mlss Mary Brown, five democrats Miss Brown withdrew her name leav- '"S nine candidates as above set out. Injunction Granted, T1,e day before the election an . Junction was askvd for and .granted ov judge Layman restraining ine election officers in the four white graded school districts from delivering ballots to colored voters residing "1 white graded school districts. All ll of election officers were not veil but on the advice of all concern-Apr- il balIots we.e dcl,,vered- in ?" e! to any color- of. the precincts au icsiuiif. " uvuicia,Wright was defeated on the A. fa ce of the returns by 157 votes and "'ell a contest on the grounds that approximately JuO legal qualified col- ored voters residing in thc four white graded school districts of the county were legal voters for members of the scuuoi ooarn aim nau ueen ucmeu ine ballot. Contestants Win. The contestees took the position ser-wi- Parent-Teach- er Parent-Teach- er D T. A M- M AMMfla ft" XV a & nure-bred- s. What Will Your Answer Be? Pure-Bre- testant took the position that under the law, colored voters who belong to thc public common school system of the county, even though geographically within a white graded school district, legally were not residents of a vljte district, and that the smme would be true of white voters residing in a colored graded school, district, and that therefore such voters were entitled to vote for members of the County Boards of Education. The Court of Appeals in reversing the case sustains the contention of the contestant. Those Allowed to Vote. It was conceded by all that all voters who belonged to or were patrons of au independent or graded school district, which maintains an independent school system of its own are not entitled to vote for members of County Boards, because they are not concerned. The contestant was represented by W. Sherman Ball, Ernest Woodward and Chas. II Moorman. The contestees were represented by Claude Mercer and Moorman & Wall... BLIND PUPILS PRESENT "FEAST OF RED CORN." Miss Lulla M. Severs, of this city, who is an instructor of public school (iiiestior ed voters residing in a white graded school district, were not entitled to vote in such election, while thc con- v music at the Michigan State School for the Blind in Lansing, Mich., recently directed her pupils in presenting the "Feast of the Red Corn," an Indian operatto. Miss Severs' pupils scored a large success in their ' enter-tainme- nt. WANTED TO HUY AT ONCE. Eight bred iows to farrow within next two months. Only good stock considered. Good registered Jack for sale, 9250. Write S, S. England, Ind. Tob-inspo- rt, t 1 I PA OK TWO THE BRKCKKNRIDOE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, Franklin d KENTUCKY Paul Garner, Thursday here. of MARCH M, lMt spent stock sizes for only $3,!i. at Heard's. Fred Moorman, of Detroit, Mich., Miss Ressic Hcndrick, of Clover-por- t, is visiting relatives. guest of Ijcr. Miss 'Freddie May Glasscock, of was the week-enparents, Mr and Mrs. Ticc Hcndrick. McDauicIs, has returned after a visit Have you seen the new georgette with her cousin, Miss Ina Glasscock. Miss Miriam Ktnchcloc, of Lcxing-- j blouses at Heard's for $:i.05. Miss Margaret Shccrau, Mjss Agues ton, is spending her spring vacation" Jarboc and sister, Miss Lucille, were with her parents, Dr. A, M Kmchc-io- c and' Mrs. Kitichcloc. the guest of their uncle, Peter Shccrau, and Mrs. Shccrau, of Flaherty, Mrs. Vera Jarboc was the guest of Saturday night and Sunday. relatives at Kirk, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Archie Glasscock, of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Moorman, of McDahiels, were the guests of Mrs. Glen Dean, vVcrc the Sunday guests of Glasscock's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Moorman's sister, Mrs. A. T. Taylor Mcador, Saturday and Sunday. Heard, and Mr. Heard. Mrs. 13. J. Robinson, of Louisville, Hoys get a pair of stilts when you lias been the guest of her daughter, buy your suit at Beard's. Mrs. M D. Heard, and Mr. Heard, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cravens and has returned home. Miss Mary Jo Speaks and sisters, children, Mr. and Mrs Francis CravMisses Ccrfila and Marian Speaks, ens and children left hursijiy for who were the guests of their parents, Louivillc, where they will locate. Mr. and Mrs. L. Speaks, Irvington, Will Hoben and daughter, Loycc last week, have returned. Hobcn, of Glen Dean, have returned Gingham dresses made to order. All home after a visit with his fattier, J. materials and trimmings furnished in T. Hobcn. Sample, d A LOUISVILLE'S ATLANTIC CITY BOARDWALK WILL BE A HUGE STYLE AND TRADE SHOW 4 i t t. More Than Seventy Smart Shops and a Twice-a-Da- y Fashion Prom made -- Profits Go To Charity Plans luivo practically been completed for nil tlic details ofi the AtStylo Show and lantic City Hoard-walk J. i C, Hero. Beard, vyho spent the Louisville, has returned. Hemstitching and picoting done for 8c a yard at Heard's. Mrs. Hughes Frymirc and children, of Frymirc, have returned after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Wade Pile, and Mr File. Ciev'e. Mack spent Sunday in Tell City Miss Monia Hall, of Louisville, is visitihg her parents, Mr. 311(1 Mrs. Henry Hall. l, Mr Vic Pile and children, of have returned after a visit with her sister, Mrs P. R Pcync. Hemstitching and picoting done while you wait at Heard's. week-en- in Har-nct- Hoover Suction Sweeper . & s C. In Louisville 8 Armory, Kxposltlon 1 to 0. Outstanding f futures of April the Ills? pageant will he Its size ami color. More than seventy shops, replicas of Atlantic City's small and attractive stores, will line both shies of three wide avenues nnd surround the outer edge of the IiIr drill hall, all of them containing elaborate displays of great, blue areas of the Illusion of the sky nnd with the broad expanse of painted ocean, and a beach of real sand Just t In front of it ; the most visitor will find It hard to kep from e feeling the spell of the festival. preparations are being mnde In decorating the great ball for the event. Scores of decorators nnd painters nrc nt work freshening up the peenlc properties thai have been brought to the elty by the carload for the occasion, lettering store fronts with the names of the merchants who will occupy them, and giving the lit avoi board and canvas fronts of the simps the appearance of brkk, Mono, wood or stucco. Ko two of the shops will be alike In color treatment or In architectural design, and with the avenues lighted by hundreds of street lump, and lighted fiom overhead, the result will be a colorful scene that will challenge description. All roads at the show will lend , an elevated straight to the structure forty feet wide and extending the width of the Armory. Here, juid on an elevated walk out into the hall, the style shows proper will he staged. Two promenades will be given dally, with live umdcK, all under the direction of MIv Lotus l'.udd, of New York and London, widely known for her many Overhead, the merchant-exhibitor- cnimis writ glvo matter-of-fac- Klnb-orat- Sops. Co. Wm. Kendrlck's Sons. La Harmonic Corr.pagnle. Jas. K. Lemon & Son. John C. Lewis Co. Abe C. Levi Co. Liberty Insurance Bank. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. Louisville Herald. Louisville Provision Co. M. S, Moses Co. National Bank of Kentucky. New York Waist House. PackaroSLoulsville Motor C. Petot Shoe Co. Petty & Griffin. R. & G. Corset Co. Kaufman-Strau- Matt Irion Hnsvvcll, of Louisville, Coleman was here Wednesday. Mrs. J. F. McGary, of Kirk, was the guest of Mrs. Mattic TeafT, the mid-wee- Mrs. J. H Miller and daughter, Dorothy, arc visiting her daughter, Mrs. Forrest Lambert, and Mr. Lambert in Lcwisport. aaaanirajiira ' , Rudolph & Bauer. Jacob Schulz Co. H. P. Selman & Co. James T. Short. Southern Motors Co. Southern Optical Co. Standiford Studio. W. K. Stewart Co. Herman Straus & Sons M. J. Striegel & Co. The Sutcliffe Co. Swiss Cleaners & Dyers. Tafel Electric Co. C. B. ThompFon Co. Co. Hoard-walk- MISS GERTRUDE DUDI One of the Troupe of Pro ' fesMonal Models ucatloii lias eotisenled to 'end several groups of ilii-i from the public schools and tliej will wear the dresses they themselves have made a a part of their school woik. I'.iit the fashion side of the big show will be only a pan of It. Considerably more than half of the nierchant-ex- hibitors deal in other things than apparel. There are altogether seventy-three exhibitor. They Include the li. si of I oulsville's merchants meinbers of the Retail Merchants' Assouatiop of Louisville and are a guarantee of the eharacer and the h'gh standards of ihe show. They are Trumbo-Schup- p Walk-Ove- & Schmidt eft run-inn- g Boot Shop. Edith V. Walker & Bros. Venhoff & Hillen. Van Rnalte Co. Yaeger Motor Car Co. Zapp & Short Co. r tVl successful Impre-s.irl- ii. exploit a a show She biings to I.ouUville fa-h' with her a troup of professional model' st milling girls who have been selected from choriisfs m Kasteru cities. With (lu'iu will be men models and s(iveral. jiixenlles. who will display appaiel for every nccn-.iii- i. Every com ijivalile kind of gut mom as follows;. for eer. suit of ru'caslon will be shown, anil there will lie a chaiii.'e of The Art Shop. Rich modi'l will he on proirr.im the singe for six full minutes ever.v Baldwin Piano Co. ., .. Optical ou. time she cleiuges her cos) nine, unil Bon Ton Cloak & Suit Co. there will be peih.lps two stores, se Bourne &. Bend. that It will he poss,lie to keep a Co. protessioii of the mwesi of the The Brei-he- r Bryan Pleating Cc. .season's fa.sliioiis. Some of the dealers will exhibit gowns of fabulous Broadway Mote Sales Co. IHspl.ivs of li.it hing suits and Byck Bros. Co. of lingerie In a bumluli scene are Central Furniture Co. Crutcher & Starks. anion:.' the lutcrestlim features schedCunning, Lewis & Brotzge. uled for several of the program. The D'nhard Co. This Is it.i Hist time in Ihe history of stvle slows in I(,.i's'le til. II nne Devcjian & Isler. Evcninq Post. lies been in nje a mc'iIj ill'iiir. Tie: Geo. D. Fetter Co. fact tlmi He proceeds of tl.ls slnev n divldi d among will Louisville's Gas & Electric Shop. Gcher & Son. l'ir!t!es n ,ij iii'iii in for it. In nn.v M. Go'cib"rg & Son. event the lead :i ' so(iet, women of in eio-iThe Gem. ami will be tie elu it i.oiue ot the piograuis. Grafonola Co B. W. Graves & Amateur tali m will d'spla. some old Candy Co. no iheie will be islmucs fine C. D. rinugcr Co. table- 'iv illlls l.it'ng Ihe development Henry Hcick Hdw. Co. of ntile.s. The L nisville I'.oaid of Ld- tnsr-lluess. iii-iel d - Several of the shops will be devoted to displays of line furniture. One jeweler will display a great array of diamonds Involving a total value to build ninny a rod of concrete iii.id. Several automobile dealers have taken spaces and another automobile show will be staged in Louisville on a smaller scale. Sporting goods houses will present the newest things in their lines. A number of musical Instrument houses are to have displays, and art stores will suggest niun.v ways in which homes can be beautified. One shoe deafer It Is announced, will have on display nioie than seventy- live different models of shoes, shoes for every member of the family and "for every occasion. Those who pre Interested in making their homes more attractive, more comfortable and more elllcicnt will lind many suggestions In the displays of the houses that furnish and outfit the home. Candy stores and fiiiicj groceis will have shops In which they will display ami likely enough distribute samples of the good things they specialize In. Opticians will be represented and tlotisis are to lllusti.iie tlie newe.s--t developments in fashionable llowcr.s and in making them into Iioiiiucis. Clothes will act a lot of the sjxit light, uatttrali.v. In fact there will he three searchMt.hts pln.vmg oi: the models from the top" of lighthouses at till times. I'.ut the limn or woman vvitti all the clothes for a lifetime already bought, will tliitl a great many worthwhile, entertaining and amusing thlufs at the Louisville Style Shew. stif-lieie- nt 4 Wj n mm K PHR u LIB V T if Hi Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffncr & Marx r M ''I Spring clothes from Hart Shaffner & Marx Special values at $ Pr Mrs. Percy Henderson was in I.'niisville. .Saturday. IRVINGTON Mr and Mrs Tom Kirtley had as Mi,s (... le- ixler w:is t' e guest tl eir guest Mmithy of Mr. Kirtley's of Miss Kit' irtne Williams. if F.Urull. brother, Mr. Hardy Kirtley, of CusSutid'jy ter, wl o wis on bis way to Texas. I)r T X f 1. mi . ille. Miss M tv Hi'iirv . illiams filled hi.s regular spent Frid nil t with her mother. appointment at the First Presbyterian Mr-Sarah Henry. church Siit'tliy. V.vv D II. Loy.l filled his regular Mr ;.nd Mrs Shell Handy and Miss appointment at tl.e l!;ipti.-- t church, Tj.hor of G r'uid. were guests of Mr. Sunday and Mrs Dick Handy. Jr.. at dinner Mr Manuel lrook and Mite Mrs. Moudav Raleigh Mitchel we-- e eiUed t F Mr lUynes Trent was in Louisville Tuesdav to ice l' eir m thcr. last week on a business trip. who is erv ill Mr. : ml Mrs. Frank Waggoner have is t' c greU of returned home after a visit to relaMrs Vi d McG'-ff tives. her i ter Mr Ks:i itt Miss Kvi May Chapin and her mo- Why Mr. Joe Armstrong, Celebrated Dog Trainer, Uses George Hoard e'ltemitwd s;n. ther vvtrt in I ouisville, shopping last Mrs I .,' daj afternoon v.il" tn Kiste 'unit "Noticed rats around my" kennels, Mi- in honor of I. it son. IJnymon's birth-du- ) lllinheth Hunger and little having hundreds of prize doys, couldl'orre t l'url, tire visiting n't take chances. Tried "n J Mr and M btre cc m in three weeks every rat disappeared. Louisville, Mrs (iiDici 'I. rr t and little daugh Noticed that the dogs never went I tell my friends" near Use this sure about rodent exterminator, it's safe. Comes HISTORY OF NUMBER in cake form. Three sizes, 35c, 05c,. $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad fnrrli. In anrftt. iilrcrfl. nlmnlpfl. fckln Forty years ago an old doctor was Payne & Co , Cloverport, Ky., and B. putting up a medicine for discuses of eruptiotis, mercurial and lead poison F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. the blood, that cured the worst cases ing, unuer us uso uouny erueviuim Advertisement. have, of blood troubles, and time proved and scrofulous swellings that that the cures were permanent. withstood all other treatment disap- In the County luliii Khuiicloe, of llardins-bur- g ter. Lucille, of Guston, were guests was in town Wednesday on a of Mrs. Verda McGhcc. Friday afterMrs. W. F. Godfrey entertained one chy last week in honor of the ninety-thir- d birthday of her mother, Mrs Rhoda Dowcll. The series of meetincs at the Meth last Sunday night ' odist church.clc-seMiss Mary Brown and mother, of Louisville, arc visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. O'Brvan had guests Mrs. Walter as their week-en- d Stoat and son, W M. O'Bryan, Bernard Stiefvater, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. O'Bryan and J. R. O'Bryan, Jr.. all of Louisville. Mrs. Charlie Strohman and daughter. Virginia, are visiting Revcllc profesional trip noon 35 oo 40oo 90. Jen,00 I Other Makes Priced from $15.00 to $35.00 . . nl.-vill- e, c I . 'ran-diuber- g Unusually high in quality Unusually low in price Leaders in style as always Guaranteed to, give satisfation V Rat-Sna- p. ( '' v v We're showing the Spring styles now; selling them on a very small margin of profit iMi-si- rel-t.tn- is RAT-SNA- P; I -t v I RAT-SNA- P. 40 RAT-SNAP- ." Come in and take a look at the suits for men and young men. After many years I secured the (being a druggist), and took each ingredient separately and reffcred to my U. S. Dispensatory and other authoritative- - books on medicine and found the medical properties set down as follows: 'Employed in diseases of the glandular system, in blood troubles, caeina, liver and Btouiacli constipation. ca- rheumatism, trmil.lpa., chronic ,, - pear as if by magic." To commemorate my fortieth year as a druggist I named this medicine "Number 40 For The Blood." J. 0. Mendcnhall, Kvnnsville, Ind. The best druggist in your neighborhood sells Number 40, but if it happens that ho does not, send direct to J. C. Mcndenliall Medicine Company, Evuiisvllle, Indiana, and receive it delivered to you at $1.25 per bottle, six bottles for $7.00. HARDINSBURG Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE L. B. Reeves lias returned from a three mouths stay in the West. Miss Pauline Hook, Miss Anna M. Dellaven and Miss Mary O. Robbins spent Friday in Garfield. Mr. and Mrs. John Ilickcrsou, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. Hicker- son's parents, Mr. and Mr. E. West. Mrs. Tom Blair and daughter, of Rochester, N. Y,, are visiting relatives. S. W. ANDERSON COMPANY INCORPORATED OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY "W,HERE COURTESY REIGNS" fiiriuziMiainuMiiiia MARCH 30, 1021 THE 5TEPHENSPORT Clover-por- t, BRECKENRIDGE brother, NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE THREE O. W Do well, and Mrs. Dowcll. Mrs, O. E Ferguson was In Miss Vcrna Miller arrived from Saturday. Indianapolis, Friday, to make a visit Mrs. Will Jolly, of Sample, was in to her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. J It town Saturday. Miller. Rev. L. K May, of Oweusboro, Mrs. Frank WaKKoncr, of Irving-towas the gties,( of lier aunt, Mrs. held iptivricrly meeting at the M. 1. u, GENUINE BULL DURHAM tobacco makes 50 . good cigarettes for 10c 7hjsJfjiicA.tfahie Mary T Payne, last Tuesday. Mrs. W. J. Scliopp returned liomc Tuesday nftcr'a visit with relatives in ' Louisville L. P Hook, of Louisville, was the guest of his mother, Mr. Ann Hook last week. Mrs J. R. McFarling was called to Dells, Tcnn., on account of the illness of her mother Mrs. Olive Shelhnan and children, guests (of of Sample, were week-entheir aunt, Mrs. V. T. Cunningham, and Mr. Cunningham. Mrs. O K. Ferguson wa3 the Sunday guest of Miss Bruce Temple and mother, in Hawesvillc. J. R. McFarling spent Sunday at Canuclton, with his mother, who is very ill. J no. D. Babbage, of Cloverport, was in town Saturday. Miss Virginia Dowel!, of Union guest of her Star, was the week-end d church Saturday afternoon. Little Miss Virginia M. Ferguson was the guest of honor, Saturday afternoon at an Faster party, and on Sunday an Faster limit, given by little Marie and Kthel Temple, at their home fn Hawesvillc Miss Margaret Flood, enroutc home from Louisville, was the guest of Mrs. Win. Gilbert, last Wednesday. Miss Jane Waggoner was the guest of her aunt, Mrs J. B. Smart, Clover-por- t, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Basham. of Mystic, were Sunday guests of H. A. Basham and family. Mrs. Ida Nottingham, of Lodiburg, was the Sunday guesc of Mrs. W, J Scliopp. Misses Zelnia Avitt ami Ruby Get-linof Mystic, were in town Wedj g, WMrflffi Ml ((GlipLIlLwB rf- y- ,i IrJ lit WMM it'i ICiMlioiiiill?D - April 4th to 9th is National Gingham Week and to celebrate we will showbeginning next Monday a huge new line of the latest things in ginghams, stripes, plaids, the popular checks and plain colors. Prices range from i7'3c to 75c for imported zephyrs ' Get yours before these new patterns are sold out nesday. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES Notice is hereby given that I, or' one of my deputies, will, on Monday, the 28th day of March 1021 between, the hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. at' e door, in Hardinsburg, the Kentucky expose to public sale to the 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 year 1918 $ 3.82 Wiley Board, Land for the year 1917 3.29 G. P. Board, Laud, Balance on taxes year 1918 442 G. E. Cole, Land for the year Court-hous,-- Special Gingham Dresses for $3.95 Made to 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. Order Our dressmaking department will make up in stock sizes pretty gingham dresses from your choice of any of our 25c ginghams with hemstitched organdy collar and cuffs HENRY DeH. MOORMAN, HARDINSDURO, KY. Complete for only $3.95 Ask about them. They're bargains. for Ilcinslllclmic and I'icotiiiR done I'rompt work. S: a yard, Vampire The, New Silk Crepe Weave- - Rnliprt T.ntirl for flip year m in, as.ss u Sam Mercer, Land for the year -- 1917, 1918 """ l'j-'- .... 8.14 rzactzu B-F-BeardS- Cd 1-- s Cjy tr jj tore- J. F. Neafus, Land for the year 1918 1919. 1920 27.74 $.00 A YARD It comes in delicate pastele tints, ideal for blouses or evening gowns and in rich, somber shades preferred for daytime wear. Almost overnight Vampire has been lifted to the pinnacle of preference by buyers of silken fabrics because of its striking originality and newness of weave. It's new! It's beautiful! 5.14' Mail your order today and wear a Vampire blouse or gown to the Style Show. ABE C. Mrs. Susan M. Tucker, Land for the year 1918 302 George Ball, Town Lot for the 7.10' year 1918 Lave Hemiing, Town Lot for 3.4G: the year 1918 M J. Thomas, Town Lot for the year 1918 J. B. CARMAN, S. B. Cj The people who always practice what they preach seem somehow not to preach such disagreeable things as other people do. Cartobns HARDINSBURG having the force ai.d effect of KENTUCKY- - COMMISSIONER S COURT, KENTUCKY SALE ment Lull retained LEVI CO. 528-53-0 BRECKINRIDGE CIRCUIT W. H. DOWELL. Plaintiff AGAINST B. F. HOUCHIN & ETC., Defendant EQUITY NO. 4175 Incorporated S. Fourth Ave. Louisville Mr. and Mrs. Loreuza A Tucker a Judgeto secure pij-me- of the East End are the proud parents of purchase money. Bidders will of their first .on. a twelve pound boy, ith who arrived on Easter, March 27, be prepared to comply promptly 1921. He has been named Lorenza these icrnis. Approimatcd debt, interest and Allen, and is the grandson of Mv and Mrs. Geo. Atwell. cost, ifCSS :o. Lee Walls, Coiiiinisiioner. nt BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS Kut-t.iwa. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE & ALASKA REFRIGERATORS Shown at Style Show at Greatly Reduced Prices! OUR GREAT SPECIALTY Make Our Store Your Headquarters While in -- Your Credit Is Good Louisville Tickets for the Show On Here As Well As Your Own Sale Here 25c Home Three Rooms Furnished Complete Terms Town l.-- $10.00 Cash 198 Terras $10.00 Month (Ucerport4) Terms $10,00 Month Trumbo-Schup- p 420-42- 2 and Schmidt LOUISVILLE, KY. W. MARKET Court rendered at October Term thereof. 1920. in the above cause, for the sum of $4."i().0() with interest from the first day of January IDlti until' paid and interest payable annually. Subject t& the following credits $37.00 paid January 1st. 11T; $37 oo paid January 1st. 191H. And also the further sum of $10()1M) with interest from the 1st day of January It) 1(5 until paid and interest payable annually, and all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer e door in for sale at the Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday the 23th day of April 1921, at one o'clock P. M., cy thereabout (being County Court day.) upon a credit six, twelve, and eighteen months the following, described property, to wit; Two cer-- j tain tracts or parcels of land lying and being in Breckinridge county, Ky.. and bounded and described as follows: First tiact "Beginning at Daniel Smith's corner, a take in Huston Mill road, thence N 7:i. V. H8 poles to a white oak, thence S. B0, W. 20 poles to a sugar tree and white oak, thence N. (13, V. ":i4 poles to a hickory bush, thence S. 87, W. 40 poles to a sugar tree and white oak, thence S. 3, W. a oak. white 10 to poles thence S. 32, E. 70 poles to a sugar tree thence S. 70, E. 90 poles to a white oak. elm and dogwood in Daniel Smith's line, thence "with said line N. 2:t, E. 72 poles to a white oak on the Mill road, thence Nt 10, E. U8 poles or. more to the beginning containing 83 acres more or less " Second tract is a part of the old Daniel Smith tract of laud on Shot Pouch Creek and adjoins the First Tract on Shot Pouch Creek and is bounded as follows: "Beginning at a rock near the graveyard in a line of the Dower and corner to lot No. 2, thence with a line of the same N. 73, V. 128 poles to a rpek in a road in Harrison DowelPs line, thence with his line N. 03, E. 88 poles to a white oak, J. A. Fumess corner, thence with his line S. 31, E. 13 poles to three smalt hickories, comer to lot No. 4,' thence with a line of the same S. 13, W, 94 poles to the comer of the Dow- er and continuing the dame course 40 poles further to tile beginning containing by survey 09 acres more or less. A lien is retained on the above described land for the payment of four notes for $100.00 each and each as said notes bear interest from the 1st day of Japuary 1910, and interest payable annually and become due as follows: First note due January 1st 1922, Second jiote due January 1st 1923, Third jiotc due January 1st 1924 apd the Fourth note due January 1st, 1923 Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal inteiest from the day of dale until paid; and Court-Hous( Mr. and Mrs. Duke Wake, of Ky., are the happy parents ot By virtue of a Judgement and Or a daughter, who arrived Saturday, der" of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit March 2. Mrs Wake was formerly Misi Freda Mae Bamiou'. She is a sister of Mrs J. J. Sawyer of this city, ooo Mr and Mrs. John Pate, of this city announce the arrival of a daughter. Mildred Leora, March Hi. ooo All persons havjng claims against the estate 6f Mrs. Nannie L. Thurman deceiscd, will take notice to present the same to the undersigned administrator, properly proven as required by law on or before the 21st. day of April 1921; and all persons being indebted to said estate are notified to come forward and settle at once. This March 21, 1921. H. L. Morton, Administrator of the estate .of Nannie L. Thurman, deceased. , if, "i i I j A ileal is pending between A. M. Weatherford, of this place and Mrs. Euol.i UafTcrty. of California, whereby the former may get possession of ooo Congratulation.' ate bejng extended! the vacant lot adjoining the Presbytert. to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Woolfoik. of ian church in the East End of which is owned by Mr. UafBrandenburg, on the arrival of a son j Patch Gregory. Friday, March 28. He ferty Mr Weatherford ep cts to is the hrst grandchild of Mrs Ella build a residence on the lot should Dowden Gregory, of B'andejib'irg. i the deal be closed. H. A S'jlbrog is Mrs RatTerty's agent. former resident of this place Mr and Mrs. Loyd Hall, of Sturgis Ky.. announce the arrival of a daughter. Winnie May. on February S. 3 Clov-eipor- When Thinking of a MONUMENT Remember ' Prock Keith sells you the BEST for LESS than any ' agent or competitor in this territory. He is in Cloverport once or twice every Write him at Elizabeth town, Ky. for prices or any other information regarding a monument that you might desire. monh. He guarantees to save you mpney ! "J PROCK KEITH With C. E. KEITH & SON ELIZABETHTOWN. KY. ."' rr 4 1 ' FACE FOUR THE BRECKENRIDOE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY GLEN DEAN MARCH 30, lttl The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BABBAOE, Editor and Publisher Republican Candidate For Counry Judge EIGHT PAGES ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1876 45th TEAK OF SUCCESS SUnSCRIl'TION RATES 1921 !- Subscription price $2.00 a year; $1.00 (or 6 monthi; per line and he (or each additional insertion. Card the rat' o( 10c per line. Obituaries chafged (or France. Kxamlne the label on your paper. K is 50c (or 3 months. Business Locals 10c o( Thanks, over 0 lines, charged lor at at the rate o( fie per line, money in it not correct, please notify us. i ir u NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS When you have finished reading your copy o! THE BRECKENRIDOE friend who is not a subscriber; do not throw it away or destroy it. NEWS hand it to HBeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeB BeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeV "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1921 Maaaaaaaaaaaaaam v Murray Laslie and sister, Miss Hannah, J. Laslie, are guests of relatives Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bruington and at Sample baby, were quests of relatives in tbe Mis Lydia Macy was in Hardinscountry. Sunday burg. Saturday. Mrs. Herbert Kipp and little daughMr and Mrs. J. D. Moorman arrivter, of Louisville, arc visiting her sis- ed from Cleveland, Saturday. Asia." ter, Mrs Dallas Brtiuer, and Mr. Mrs. Belle C. Ilryn and mother, Bruncr Mrs. Mary Crist, had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Ilcnningcr Sunday, Mr. C. S Board and sister, ' and baby, Avabelle, were guests Sat- Miss Nancy Board. urday night and fiunday of his parbaby, of HardMrs. Tom Macy and ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Ilenniuger, insburg. visited Mr Jcsee Macy and of West View. daughters. Misses Lydia and Ollie Miss Anna Mcrl DcHavcn. Pauline Macy, last week. Hook, and Mary Owen Robbins, who tfBBBBPSfBBBBBBBBBBBBKfBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ BBBBBBBBBBKBBBBBBBBBBBBSY Mr. and Mrs. Abram Compton and arc attending school at Hardinsburg, children are at home from Oklahoma. Va WSamamamamaYamamammmmmm ' BeeeeeeeeeSBeeeeeeeeeeeee& were in town one day last week. Jesse Haynes and Isaac McCubbins Misses Thclnia Whitworth and were in Hardinsburg, Tuesday. Wihna' Whitworth, who are attendMrs. Franklin Payne, of Clifton, guests visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Niching B. C. II. S. were week-enBHHeeeeeeeeeVHeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeHBWiiMvHee Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeej of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat ols. Wednesday. Whitworth BdHBHHftSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHBvBHHHHHHsl HHHHHHHHHHHHeHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHsK f Miss Catherine Bruncr is the guest C. S. Board and D. II. Smith ship- of her grandmother, Mrs. Fannie ped o car load of cattle to Louisville, Brtmer, of Custer. last week. Mrs. R. F Smith was in HardinsMisses Alexander, of Guston, are burg. Friday on business. visiting Mrs. Virgil Carman. Arthur Dranc traveling salesman Mrs. Albert Dowell was here Wed- was iti town Wednesday calling on the nesday enroute home from Sample, merchants where she visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Dowell, of Mrs Clint Davis and Mrs. Charlie Hardinsburg, were guests of his parDowell were in Hardinsburg, Satur- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dowell, day. Sunday. Mrs. Bob Mattingly and son, of Mrs. Oscar O'Bannon. of Harncd T Ilarued, were in town Thursday. i&lfeciiu'p' tan lain was in town Wednesday. Mrs Xaunie Dowell, of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. B. II Springate reCOPTOCMT ,TNAOe is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. turned Wednesday from Louisville. eChls trademark appears Jim Kennedy. Vine Grove and Bis Sp'ing, wheie in every Priscilla 'Dean Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Smith were they vsited relatives. Tarn; it guarantees jxu guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dowell was the guCs't Mrs. Frank '" satisfaction Will May. of Webster. Saturday and of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wood. Wed Sunday. nesday. Xrs. Tom Frank is visiting her Price $2,50 Mr. Edgar Compton. of Madison-ville- . daughter. Mrs Taylor Gray, and Mr. was the guest of his parents. Mr TO of pace here does not permit elaborae principles for which our p.irt THE RKPl'liLICAXS OF SOLE AGENTS Gray, of Louisville and Mrs Taylor Compton, Sunday BRECKINRIDGE COUNTYtaini?. very faithful support, for that tion of details as to the measures 'for GOLDEN RULE STORE night ; urve has been my habit at all times which think a County Judge should CLOVERPORT, KY. Mrs V. B. Mattingly wa:. in LouisRecognizing in the fullest sense, since vnehing legal age. TELEPHONE strive, might say that elaboration is Office J Residence S6 ville, last week. your right to choose at the I'rimtry In l'.K.'i. I was elected Circuit Court not necessary, for one's acts should Election to be held in August, l'J'.'l Clerk, ant! for that generous confi- not be confused with his words. It is DR. JESSE BAUCUM those whom you prefer to be candid- dence. I will always be profoundly easy to make promises, but performHARNED DENTIST The latest additions to the Normal ates of the Party to be voted for at the grateful. lAnd.. my record as Circuit ances are more important. Gratefully CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY Forare: Misses Helen and Brooke Elder, General Election next November. I Court Clerk does not shun scrutiny, phrased promises are often OFFICE HOURS am a Candidate, subject to your will but on tlV other hand the ohice is 1 to 5 P. M. of Chenault, and Raymond Mattingly, 8 to 12 A. M. and forgotten by reason of actSewing Machines students have to be e.presed at said Primary Elec- open for inspection at any time. I ual facts and unforsecn conditions. of Harned. Forty-on- e tion, for the Nomination for County have tried earnestly to attend to the Just criticism will always be in place been enrolled and several more expect Judge, on the Republican Ticket. I duties of the office, and, as to whether because "he who makes no mistakes to enter soon. Supplies Mr. and Mrs. S E. Tucker and am induced, in a measure to make this have performed those duties you doe nothing and he who makes too by a desire of my own in spent the week-enmy habit judge. It has not REWARD! daughter. Reba,guests of Mr. and Mrs announcement people of our splendid mayinclination lo shirk been or to at- many gets fired." and ought to be. I Needles and Oil to serve the Lodiburg. the duty In submitting my Candidacy fir County in the capacity of County tempt evasion or obligation, and. if Bowmer Smith. trust that you will feel as I do that Robert Weatherford, Chas. Butler, Judge, and also, in a measure, by sug- am nominated xand elected County my knowledge of Court Room and For First Class Wilbur Pile, Oscar O'Bannon and S. gestions of a number of individuals Judge. I promise you and the people and familarty with the whose personal and political friend- of Breckinridge County to devote the County's needs and conditions fit me H Davis were in Louisville, on busiWatch Repairing ship is real and in whose judgement I best powers I possess to the task of for the preferment thus sought. ness, last week. C. M. Payne went to Big Spring. have and ought to have confidence Trusting that the above meets your rendering faithful response to the deSie My past fealty to the Republican mand of tbe high trust confided, sin- favorable commendation and assuring Tuesday. David Penick, of Hardinsburg, was Party may be accepted by you, I con- cerely longing to do something for you that your support will be. highly T. C. LEWIS, Jeweler fidently trust, as a sufficient guaranty here Tuesday. appreciated, I am. Very respectfully, Hardinsburg, Kentucky I I Vic Pile went to Louisville, on busi- that I shall, whether Nominated or the county, and feel that know the P. M. BASHAM. give to the ticket you may name many needs of the County. Limitation not. ness. Thursday. Sunday school at Ephesus was reorganized Sunday afternoon. The following officers were elected: G. P. Macy. Supt.. H. D Basbam, Asst HIKE TO Supt.. Miss Bessie Milner, Secretary The time set for beginning is J::it). Everyone is cordially invited to at212-21- 4 The House tend. Mrs. A. M. Gannaway and children, of Courtesy Ave. were guets of Mr and Mrs. G. E. Tucker, of Garfield. Friday. Hardware The Children's Hand will meet Saturday afternoon with Ruth Walker V Weatherford Tools LOUISVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Vic Pile and children, spent Wednesday and Thursday with Lawn, relatives in Hardinsburg. and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brock attended Garden church at Garfield, Sunday. Helps Mr. and Mrs. Denver Robinson went to McDaniels, Sunday to visit GARFIELD H Rev. E. H English will preach a special sermon on Sunday, April 3rd. All arc cordially invited. Luetic ,Moore will also give a reading at close of Sunday school. A great amount of tobacco is steadily coming in, bought by Moorman & Robertson. Mrs. Annie Brady Roberts, of Fordsvillc, is with Mrs. Bcttic Dempster, for awhile. Mrs. F M. Powell, who has been very ill is convalescing. Mr. Willie Ilobcn spent Sunday in Hardinsburg Uncle Charley Robertson, who has been in Texas and Oklahoma, all winter is expected to return soon. Dr. Moorman Robertson, Mrs. Robertson and daughter, also Mrs. Robertson's mother, will return to Kentucky soon from Korea. They are to start June 2, leaving on "Empress of k v' maaaaaaammmmW d VHHHMHBwSeeeeeeeeBB -- MARK - 1 36-- -- over-shadow- ed I $10.00 d I EVERY NIGHT pro-ceedu- re Find Miss Liberty from the Liberty Insurance Bank at the Style Show HEICK'S" Style Show Meet us at the nipfcos 4th Fashion's Newest Spring Offerings Shoppers really owe it to themselves to see these Necessities Automobile Supplies Household Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ganaway. THIS FARM THE SHOW ME STATE. Henry Heick Hdw. Co. 322 West Market Street LOUISVILLE, KY. I Shortly after Lee Maupin moved to town from his farm his tenant dropped a bucket of milk in the well. Four years later when Mr. Maupin moved back to the farm and was cleaning out the well he found the pail of milk with the lid securely in place and the milk as fresh and sweet as the day it was put there. Incomparable Popular Priced Collections of fltmaamSaaaam Wraps and Suits wfrM Iff JLUmJfa Hl I TiT? Y 1 See Sutcliffe's Sporting Goods at the 2c''Gm,f!l Baseball ) Style Show RITE TODAY for 35, f45 If these are the prices you have in mind, we can suit you to a T. You will procure a style both authentic and individual, a dependable quality of material, and a value that will be remarkable. And the variety is most extensive. wJtw Uniforms Ue carry a large assortment In lock Cun loiter with name of team ami deliver In two i1nvri Kmiln nur new Catalog "K" of Golf, Croquet, Sutcliffe's Fishing Baseball Tennis, j with BuU'HIIe I'nUoruu tills sprluu anil plar It to victory. Write Uxlar (or sample anil wholesale prices to clubs. t iii Irt'W Tackle, Bicycles, Sweaters, Bathing Suits, etc. LOUISVILLE, KY. The Sutcliffe Company 220 S. Faurth Av. INCORPORATES An infinitely varied style selection, a wealth of ine fabrics, and extreme value giving u.r3P Smart- Wraps $0 C - j T m. - W 1 lK March 311) 30, 1021 THE BRECKENRIDGE o o o NEWS, Louis-ill- c CLOVERPORT, CLASSIFIED KENTUCKY you PAGE FIVE Srrritrttrfflijr Nrutu MARCH 23, 1021 the Pott OITice at Cloverpsrt, Ky. as second c'att .natter ANNOUNCE rence Gillian left Monday for to locate. ADVERTISEMENTS Erid-of-the-mon- WEDNESDAY, ,Eetred it RATES Choice &- Hats - The Ladies Rending Club will meet ThtiMilay afternoon with Mrs. Frank Matthu'ly at "The Castle." NOTE Please notlly the editor n.u desire advertisements discontinued th Shoes-T- an, . I'OH 'AM'' U FOR SALE LIVE STOCK Sale $2.50 $1.00 $2.00 FOR POLITICAL MENTS. 1 For Precinct and City Offices. .$ . Lomny umcti .$ nno For State md District Opict- - .a tin.oo .. ror (.ant, per line. .10 For Canli. ner ne .10 For all Publications in the interest ol Individuals or expression ol Individ' ..... ......, ...... ii law ror 21 . .. ,. For dbery occasion Either street dress or Sport wear We have a rariety ' Tucker, who the West End h Mrs. Nell Rowe, of Bowling Green, the guest of her niece, Mrs. Mike is o o o o M eh's Work ill o at her home o in Mrs Geo. Crist and son, Harry Crist, were in Louisville, Saturday to sec Mrs. Crist's daughter, Miss Kathleen Cnst. . One 'pan black marc mutes, niil 7 years old weight around tJOO poinds racli. 15 :. I hands high Two black marcs ." and ll ytars old weight 1,.'HKt pounds earn, lit '' Jiands high Lot of V inning (mil N Pair, Mardiusliiirg, Ky 4(1 at 1 FARM IMPLEMENTS Elk Skin, in'all sizes Men's Work Shirts7- Blue, tan and black stripe Men's Wash Pants-Gr- ay Foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION of Mr. Charles Berry went to Addison Ky. Monday to work on the Government ' Ff)U SAM! Dam. Paul oo o o plantir with at. tnclitnrnt. Wheat lilndrr ami nhmt drill. practically ihw W. X I'atr, I taraliimlitirff. K- SAI - Two row rnrii with pin stripe New line of ties-- All 40 .'It FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Judge G. VV. Newman, of Uawesville, as a Republican candidate for the Legislature to represent Breckinridge and Hancock counties subject to the action of Republican primary. Shapes to please the most fastidious Wearer Lewis, oo cashier Brcckinridge-Ban- k Dahlia hull.s, fie each, all colors Mrs. Clias. Smart, Ilanlinshurg, llonte 'J, Ky. an 2t I ftt&md JfeBthut Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morrisoi! and children, Mildred and Wallace, were in Louisville, Tuesday and attended the funeral of Mrs. Parrilla Boyd. Miss Marian Behcn, who was ill last week with tonsilitis, was accompanied to Owensboro, Tuesday hy her mother, Mrs. H. M. Behen, to consult a throat specialist. o of Cloverport, was in Louisville. 1'OR SALE IlulT OrpiiiRton crrs for sftting $1.(M) per in, also males and Kills. Mrs, Oco. Tuesday on business.- ' K. Shrlman, Union Star, Ky. ,'Nl (Jt Joo Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Gibson and FOIt SALIC I'krs from HiiiRlct llarrnl l'l) mouth Hocks. Choice pen stock. $2("l nieces, Misses Maggie and Susie setting. First class range stock, $1 2." per Squires were in Louisville shopping, scttiiiR or two for $21!.i. All eggs strictly ' Late Spring Models arriving Vftsit Saturday. My Shop Miss Evelyn Hicks Cloverport, Kentucky Rev. L. K. May, presiding elder of tOK SALE Krrs for setting. Castle White Hock. strain, $2fil fer 1, the Owensboro district, was the guest Mrs. Frank Mattinirly, The Castle. Ky. of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Claycomh and :ts tf Mr. C. H. Claycomh, Sunday even- FOR SALK White Wyandotte Ekks for Fischrl-IIaMiach oo o fresh. Write your wants to Mrs. Carter, Irvingtou, Ky. II Tl W 4t i Clover-por- t, ing. Millintr o o o Messrs, Wm. McKinzie, Golda Claycomh ,and Led Greenwood, of C. Leech, of Ben Avon, Pa , at the Addison were here and attended the home of Mrs. Rebecca Lightfoot, on picture show Saturday night and Eas- hnslcr. ter services at St. Rose church on ooo Sunday morning. Mis Lncile Hardin, ofIIolt, spent oo o wtek-enin Cloverport. Mrs. N. H. Quiggins and children. the ooo Maurice, Agnes and Dorothy, spent R. M. Steele, of Owensboro, was Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Rhodes, here Sunday to see his brother-in-laat Addison. C. E. Lightfoot, who is improving oo o Mr. Frank VanCona, of Tobinsport, slowlv. was in town Saturday until Monday Miss Eloise Nolte, who is the inj. ion his way to Victoria where he will structor of music in the Erin, Tenn., PlVxook for the oil well crew. Pilblic School, spent the Easter holio oo Go to V. G. Babbage Notary Public days in Hopkinsvillc, Ky., witli Miss Annie White. to have your deeds written. 5 oo J. II. Cannon, of McDauiels, was the guest of his son, R. E Cannon, and Mrs. Cannon, Sunday, Miss Willa May Cannon returned home with her grandfather, for a visit, Mrs. T. L. Ryan has gone to Ind., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Plcas-antvill- Hatching. Never hefore have I had such' quality in my flock and am offering eggs! at $1.5)1 per setting. If you want the most u.iuiiiui iuwi wiiii uiuuy qualities, me White Wyandotte is unsurpassed, and my . !. .ln.li !a iiuiu me icuiiiu !H.tm I.. vmer. mj.i ,9 in ca. Write me your wants. Mrs. W J, Hall, Hardinsburg, Ky. IIS tf colors; also the new, narrow Polo ties 50c Men's Athletic Nainsook Union Suits-- No sleeve, knee length 85c and $1.00 Men's New Spring Hats-Pe- arl gray, brown and green $3.00 and $5.00 Ladies Chiffon Taffeta Dresses-Bl- ue and brown $15.00 New Spring Coats-Lat- est style, blue and tan... $10.00, $14.00, $)5.00 Children's Plaid Gingham Dresses-Ag- es 10, 12, 14 $1.50 (.. -- f J. C. NOLTE & BRO. NEW oo O o e, FOR SALE Single Comh flrown Leghorn Eggs, from selected stock. $1.(X) setting post paid. Haliy chicks 415 0(1 for 1(10 K. L. Frank, Sample, Ky. 3S tf FOR SALE A few hargains. One registered Duroc sow, weight ahout 350 pounds. Will farrow ahout May iitli. First check for $."0 gets her. Shorthorn cows in calf to a son of Rodney. J. M. Howard, Glen Dean, Ky. ns tf C. C. Hale. O II Mc-Mali- - i -j Messrs. Bill Scull, Michael and Floyd Sheldon, of Tell City, and Mr Sam Stites, of Louisville, attended the Friday evening dance at The Elite Club room. OO Mr and Mrs. Charles Hambletou and daughter, Miss Lttcilc Hambleton, spent Easter in Cannelton with Mrs. Hanibleton's sister. O O Attorney V. G. Babbage was Owensboro, Friday. o o Dairy Cattle, all hreeds, all' FOR SALE ages, also tested dams, or dams now on test, pure bred or grades Hnlstciu, ' Jersey and Guernsey Two weeks old calves $20 for grades with tested dams and pure-- ' bred sires. Our Association is backed by the Farm Ilureau. The Dairy Association and the University of Illinois, Marion County Cow Testing Association Jess Howard, Jr., SS It Ttster, Salem, III. 15-1- 0 Spring DAtl"" in Merchandise Arriving daily Some attractive prices on all (I" pf AA Men's all wool suits, 40, 42, lines to of Merchandise Ladies' 1 in FOR SALE Fine dahlias bulbs and plants Mrs. F. O. English, Cloverport, Ky 3s tf FOR SALE Cottage in Glen Dean, Ky , four rooms and large hall. Good gard"ii, will, and stable on premises. I'rice reasonable. Mrs. Florence Moorman. For terms fee 37 tf J. R. Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. , , ' Mr. and Mrs. R. Frank Warfield. Mrs. Shelby. Conrad will be hostess who spent the winter in Miami. Fla., Mr W. A. Cockerill and sons, were jn Louisville. Sunday to visit Mrs. to the Wednesday Club this week. returned to their home in Louisville, ooo Cockerill at St. Joseph's Infirmary. last w.eck. Loyd and Robert Cockerill, sons of o ooo FOR SALE Emden goose eggs, 25 cents each, goslings later at 00 cents each Mrs Mr. and Mrs Qpo. Mullen .of RaMrs. Frank Hall, of Hardinsburg, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cockerill, arc in 30 tf Hardinsburg, Ky. spent two weeks in Sturgis, Ky., yisit- - Louis"ille. spending a few weeks with venna, Ky., have been the guests of Taylor Beard, dwell-ining her son, Loyd Hall, and Mrs. Hall. their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr Mullen's mother, Mrs. Wm. Mul- FOR SALE OR RENT One two story 7 rooms, centrally located in Hardinsooo Cockerill. len, and sister, Mrs. Henry Yeager. burg. Good repair. Will sell at a bargain. Mrs. Wm. Hoflious was in Louis- 35 tf Heard Brothers, Hardinsburg, Ky. and Mr. Yeager. Miss Stella Waldrip, of Owensboro, ville, last week visiting friends and ooo WHITE WYANDOTTE Eggs for hatc'iing. Misses Eva and Eliza May were in attended the Royal Neighbors' Con- - was the guest of Miss Lelia Tucker. from high class white wyandottes, from the Easter Sunday. Owensboro, to spend Easter with Mr. best stock in the country, heavy layers and vention. excellent show stock, cannot be excelled ooo ooo and Mrs. E. H. Breidenbach. for their quality. Place your egg orders now Amii'l Johnson, eldest son of Mr. Mrs. Frank t!ander, of Hawesvillc, $1.50 per 15 eggs. Address Mrs. A. T (Continued on Page 8) was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John and Mrs. W. N. Johnson. and Law- 33 tf Beard, Hardinsburg, Ky. o o o dark colors, sizes 44. Conservative styles. 5H si. on tvijj tvrr,j footwear, HA latest styles in straps, clco ties, pumps and oxfords, brown and black kid and calf. oo Boy's all wool suits in mixtures only brown and greys. Size 8 to 17 years. dQ PA 00J 9(o ""t I tDl 1 and styles formerly sold at $25.00 Ladies' Spring Coats 0) 0f splendid materials Per yard for fast plaid and check ginghams, beautiful patterns to select from. flJO flflPer yard best grade taffeta in dark brown and navy only. and 9o "color I FOR SALE Old newspapers. 5c a bunch. Breckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky Visit the store that gives you the right merchandise for the least money. TwrnKsm riKr f GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVERPORT, KY. i WANTED mm-j- a .r"" vtv mTi F ml ta C&MtWm m ' LWISVILLE w K i Mlvk. ill Illfillim iimflrnX f Pill flk jyWljj' lUijJf l i MALE HELP of 1 got 5 dead rats. WANTED Get busy, keep busy. Is your job WANTED 100 head Call shoats running from trying RAT-SNA- P 50 to 100 pounds. or write Frank C. ou want a safe? Is it permanent? English, Cloverport or Skillinau, Ky. 33 tf The rest later They p.iss up the pobusiness. You can get into such a business, If there tatoes to eat RAT-SNAselling more than 137 Watkins products are rats around your place follow Mr. direct to farmers if you own auto or team or can get one; if you are under 50 ami Mr. Fred White Says, "Don't Idle Be- White's example. Three sizes, 33c Coc, can give bond with personal sureties. We $1.25, Sold and guaranteed by Conrad cause You Only See One Rat." back you with big selling helps; .VJ years Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky., ind B. in business; 20,01)0,000 users of our pro ducts. Write for information where you can "I did, pretty soon I found my ccl-la- r F. Beard & Co,, Hardinsburg, Ky. get territory. J. R. Watkins Co., Department full. Tliev ate inv potatoes. After Advertisement. !17 It III. Winona. Minn. life-lon- g E1SONAL ERVfCE-- ' mm The 71SIT Atlantic City in Louisville. Enjoy its ocean view, and sandy beach, its eaeties and amusements. V ' """ jL$Ms.uRdO v&ffHMtMiLl to - TsWRmI: Bj-yBptf"hjM IIsWm( aBjim fflflMBaiEjMf HWtfe':y Itf 1 I II KjJ? III s f& , "" "" iMftVWc. 1 Tlie E1"6 expanse of the Armory will be transformed Into a replica of the fash- lonable seaside city, with its endless variety of entertainment, Its fashion shops and hotels, its beautiful beach and ocean view and Its world famous board walk w,b It fashion parade of beautiful women. r I I a :. J Mm 111 ;. .The style show feature of the ezposltioa will hold an especial attraction for women. Twice dally the fairest of models will promenade trie board walk, displaying the newest sprlpg raiment from America's and Europe's greatest fashion Bhopa, while varied entertainment features and high class vaudeville will make the exposition equally attractive for men. The special feature program will be changed daily. Breckin ridge-Ban- k of Cloverport wants each customer to feel that any question that affects his business progress is of extreme importance to us. Any suggestion any helpful counsel we can offer, is at your service. We want you to feel that you can call upon us as often as you please and that your business no matter how small will receive the same consideration that we would give to our largest depositor. Some day YOU may be our largest de- positor. 1 ik FIRST T7 AT THE AGMTOft tm w H f 9 I m . ! J a 4 As iue haUe said before, "'You cannot succeed 'witftout helping us" AUSPICES tOTJISVILLE RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION , ' V V THE IRE CKENRIDQE NEWS, ' ... MARCH . FAQE SIX oLOVER'PORT, KENTUCKY . ', Xmi '8 COURT, KENTUCKY SALE BRECKINRIDGE CIRCUIT LUCKY Mrs. J. M. Craig, of Los Angeles, Calif., who says no one can feel more grateful for what Tanlac has dene than she does. Has gained twelve pounds and health is better than in years. STRIKE "ITS TOASTED" ZACK BURDETTK ETC., PUintlff AOAINST ETC., Defendant LUELLE BURDETT EQUITY NO. 4838 Hy t Judgement and Order of Sale of Urcckinridgc Circuit Court rendered at February Term thereof 11)21, in the above cause, for the Sale of the hereinafter described real estate, and all costs herein, I shall e proceed to offer for sale at the door in Hardinsburg, to the No highest bidder at PUBLIC AUCthe delicious TION, on Monday the 2.1th day of April 1021, at one o'clock I. M.. or Lucky thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit six months the followLucky Strike is the ing described property, to wit: A certain tract of land lying in Breckinridge toasted cigarette. County, Ky , and bounded and decrib-c- d as follows: "Beginning at three beech trees on a branch near a tenant house of Mrs Hawkins and on the original line of a 1700 acre survey; thence with said original line X. ."4J4. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wedding arc W. 81 poles to three white oaks; the owners of a new five passenger thence with a line thereof N. (:i, E. j Maxwell car, which was delivered to 102 poles to a popular, hickory and ironwood; thence with a line thereof them Saturday. S 12, V. "J.'i poles to the beginning containing 27 acres more or less. approved The purchaser, with surety or securities, must execute Dr. O. E. HART bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid; and having the force and effect of a Judgement. Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. Lee Walls, Commissioner virtue of a BBBBe HBBBBBHRBB BBBBBBJPpoH jEt V k. wv $3W YW same flavor as Strike. Because CIGARETTE cigarette has Court-Hous- BSmaC bbbbbbbbbbV J Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bcavip have movMrs. 1'arrila A. Boyd, age 00 years, ed into the house adjoining Purcell died at tlic home of her sou, Mr. and Wood store. Ernest I". Boyd, and Mrs Boyd, 212." West Kentucky St, Louisville, How Big New York Grocery Firm on Sunday afternoon. The funeral was Keeps Down Rats. held from the residence early TuesVroomc & Co., Butter & Cheese day morning and the remains taken Merchants, New York City, says: "We in our cellar all the to Henderson for burial that after- keep RAT-SNA- P time. It keeps down rats We buy it noon. Mrs Boyd is survived by her son, by the gross, would not be without it " because rats Ernest, who is an engineer on the L. Farmers use RAT-SNA- P RAT-SNA11. & St. L R. R. and lived in Clover-po- rt pass up all food for and 33c, 03c, previous to going to Louisville, Three sizes, by Conrad $1.25. Sold Co , Payne & guaranteed also two grandchildren, Homer and Cloverport, Ky., and B. F. Beard & Pearl Louise Boyd, Ky. Co., Hardinsburg, P. Lewis Johnson won the prize for MOTHER OF ERNEST BOYD DIED IN LOUISVILLE. finding the most eggs. Southern Optical Company Incorporated Spectacles, Eyeglasses Kryptoks, Artificia Eyes, Invisible Bifocal Lens FOURTH and CHESTNUT, Luncheon Given Saturday at Noon. JaBak ..bbbbbbbbVbbbbhP'" BhBhBhKBhbY Krv" 4 9T" MBBTaBBBBBKMbJSb r JbbbbbI Babbage gave a luncheon at 12 o'clock Saturday at her home in honor of the birthdays of Mrs David B. Phelps and Miss Ray Lewis Hayscr. The invited guests included Mrs. Phelps and Mrs H. M. Bchen. Miss Hcyscr, Mary McGav-ocMarion Bchen and Mildred D. Mrs. Eldrcd A. Mr John Wright, known as "Shorty", sustained painful injuries the heel of his left foot on Friday of last week while working in the car shed at the L. 'H. & St. L. R. R. shops. Louisville, Ky. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS ' k, Babbage. ooo ...... 1.. l. ll me nave 4..1.A. an ,1 .. pcopic whu I. iaitn Tanlac I don't believe there is anyone Hardinsburg, Mar, 28, (Special) who feels any more grateful to it Mr. and Mrs. Elihu Meador anthan I do," said Mrs. J. M. Craig, of nounce the engagement of their t)74 E loth Street, Los Angeles, daughter, Anita, to Mr. Harry Edward Calif. "I suffered from nervous prostra- Barbour, of Washington, D. C. No date has been set for the tion and was so weak that I could not even sweep the floor and during the day I would have to lie down four or five times. tried to walk, but found HILL ITEMS out that half a block was all I could As Spring time follows winter and would give out Nerstand before sunshine follows rain, vous spells came on me often. Finally my husband urged me to try Tan- So when we see life's rainbow lac and I am indeed glad he did, for The world grows bright again. Mrs. John Fella has returned to her it proved to be just what I needed. "The first two bottles did not seem home in Louisville, after spending sevto help me. I guess it was because I eral days with her mother, Mrs. Julia was so bad off, but on the third Wood. could tell I was improving bottle Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wcatherholt, and that gave me more hope than of Louisville, spent Sunday with the ever of getting well. My improvement former's brother, Marion Weather-hol- t, from then on was rapid and by the and Mrs. Wcatherholt. time I had taken five bottles I was Mrs Purcell is some what improved better and stronger than I bad been after a spell of illness. in years. Last week Mrs. Simou Beavin had "It enabled me to sleep soundly at night and I have gained twelve pounds as her guest, Miss Maggie Beavin, That was several months ago and cousin of Mr. Beavin Mr. and Mrs. Rob Wilson moved from then until now I have been in as good health as ever was in my over on the Hill into the store of Mr. life I have told all of my friends and Mullen relatives what a wonderful medicine After a erious spell of illness Wilbur Tanlac is." Tabeling has siiffiicently recovercil as Tanlac is sold in Cloverport by be up and about the house. Wedding's Drug Store, in Amnions to Mrs. John Blythe spent Friday night in Addison by by H. A. Dutschkc, with her sister, Miss Annie Allen. L. D Addison, in Kirk by Mattingly Notwithstanding the rainy afterBros., and in Stephensport by R. A noon the children of the PresbyterShellnian. Advertisement. ian Sunday school had an egg hunt between showers at the home of Mr. ANNOUNCEMENT. and Mrs. C. W. Satterficld. Eva To the voters of the Ninth Judicial district: I have served as Circuit Judge a little more than one term. You are familiar with the character and spirit of that service. It has been rendered with a faithful purpose of promoting law and order and justly determining FOURTH AVENUE all questions coming before me I have always tried to be considerate of the rights of those having business in court, and have made the dusacties of the jurors, who serve at rifice, as light as possible consistent with an efficient administration of the court work. Believing that I can render better service next term by reason of the experience I have had, I announce as a candidate for the democratic nomination for Circuit Judge, and shall appreciate the support of every person in the primary and general election who feels that I should be Very truly yours, J. R. LAYMAN. -2 Ht vji Engagement of Miss Meador Announced. The "Perfection" Slipper This two strap slipper comes In tan calf and brown kid leather. It features on Insert and perforations at throat, also perforations on side. Turn sole full French heels. i VETERINARY 1 402-v SURGEON Will be in 1 lfc(SjSV Stylet-$8.- Price Range on Popular to $12.50 50 GRAY-STICkE- R HARDINSBURG, KY., on the FOURTH MONDAY IN MAR. Crandcnl.nrg, March 28, (Special) Miss Virginia Gray and Mr. Elsworth Sticker were married last Thursday at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gray They left for their future home in Montrose, Mo , immediately after the wedding ceremony. I The very latest creations In women's footwear are now on display at our exposition booth and nt the store. Here at Byck'a one can always find just what she wants without paying an extravagant price for It. Our mall order department Is always at your service an order by letter, stating the style you wish and your size, w.lll be quickly and competently filled; Meet Us at the Style Show Better Shoes at Lower Prices Style Show and Exposition Ticket On Sale Here at Half Price, 25c EAGLE "MIKADO" 9b& EAGLE MIKADO Pencil No. 174 1 For Sale at your Dealer Made in five grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND Myga Fourth Avenue Oppoiite Guthrie LOUISVILLE, KY. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: 1 HERMAN STRAUS WCOflPORATED SONS MARKET STREET p. m Always in office (hi rim: oflice hours jn & IfTlngtoi), Ky. YES IT CAN BE DYED OR CLEANED Thrt last Style Show Interest Will Center In the year! suitor dress can be made to appear Send Via Parcel Post. like a New OflB 909 6th Street SWISS CLEANERS & DYERS (incorporated) Louisville, Ky. Millinery We Will Show Famous II. i WWw SBBBBBBBBBBBkSSB?''' ;' BiteH?BSSSf m KiR"?' &.&, :Swr' VnB 'sm VjLS V1a. $C?Y&&&& fc . kkWWWWWWWWr V'Sr'wv See It Made Daily at the Style Show a newspaper Erjc CTourut-Iourna- l. since is3oJ edition of the Courier-Journ- al will be printed daily in the miniature Atlantic City at the Armory during the Style Show. CITY is complete without NOlive newspaper, so a miniaturea Hats The sort that appeal to the off-the-fa- W For almost u hundred yours the voice of the Courier-Journhas been u constructive force In world un'alrs. Its editorial columns discuss dully the public; policies of the nations of the world mid the administrative actions of public otllclals, from the unpre). udlced viewpoint of national progress, national prestige and executle wisdom. Its news columns spread before you dally the Important happening In the world, mid In Kentucky especially. The story of the day's happenings, from every corner of the stale, Is spread on the pages of the Courier-Journand bent broadcast Into every city, county seat, village and crossroad In Kentucky. The Courier-Journ- al clude the newest marvel of the mechanical world the Linotype typesetting, casting and distributing and all necessary mechanical equipment for the makeup of a small daily newspaper. A staff of trained operators and re- display will inmodel of that well-dresswoman. These Hats come in a widely diversified array of shapes, colorings and trimmings. There are pokes, mushroom sailors, rolling brim and models, with more than a hint of Spring in ed ce their coloring and adornments and woihen can pick their Spring hats for only $5.00. Most Extraordinary Reductions Prevail On All Ready-to-Wea- rs f The Courier-JournIs not only a national newspaper it Is distinctly a Kentucky newspaper, l'ou need It daily to know Kentucky news. al porters will cover every feature of the Style Show, and print the "news'1 of every department of the miniature Atlantic City, which will be staged in the big Armory for Style Show visitors. '..' During Style Show Week We Will Show Spring Silk Blouses Georgette Crepe de Chine Tricolette Exquisite in color tone the restraint and fineness that mean the artist designer, are noted in Blouses that are most fascinating. Finished of delicate beadvvork, embroidery or braiding give them individuality. A wide variation of styles regular and overblouses as well as the more conservative effects. High Quality U's? i fc U t r f S Have It In Your Home Every Day Be Sure To See the Courier-Journal L' 9.95 Splendid Assortment j6 Style Show Number April 1st HERMAN 3TRAUS 3c SONS CO., - LOUISVILLE, KY. ";t MARCH 30, 1921 THE BRECKENRIDQE COMMISSIONER S NEWS, CLOVERPORT, property, to-w- it KENTUCKY PAGE SEVEN B COPmmOBB'MmiL III' TAXI PART (Continued From Last Week) Tne ronr or laufiliter that went up' from nil but Mr. Seejmr wns more full and free tlinn even such ocen'dons usually produce. Mr. Mein pounded Mr. Randolph on the bnck. "Bobby, old boy," he snld, "thnt wns Jhe eternnlest, patlentest, nnd deepest-lai- d trap I've ever witnessed In n lifelong pursuit of the only natlonnl pastime 1" The light merely flickered In Mr. Randolph's blue eyes, nnd he returned to his old Job of sawing wood. Not for nothing lind lie made that grandstand llourlsh, and hl object hnd been gnlned. A new seriousness, masked In classic poker smiles, settled upon the table as a whole. The Idea that they were gathered together merely to while away an Idle evening faded Into the background, and, one by one. like stars coining out at evening time, supper trays began to mnke their appearance. All but Randolph, they had been toying with poker; now they . beenn to nlav It. W,v Thnt gentleman continued for the 7 nonce the even tenor of liN stride except for u Lenten concession to hisv Insldes. He ordered plnced on a stand at his elbow a large jug of lee wnter nnd a platter containing four dozen No added touch, could sandwiches. cold-edge- Harris' corner; thence S. ft!, K HO poles to a stake on a public road; thence with said road as it meanders N 14, E. 20 poles; N. 17, E. :i:t poles; By virtue of a Judgement and Or- N :io, E. 22 poles; N. 10. E. 3HJ4 der of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit poles to the beginning containing 4."J4 Court, rendered at February Term acres more or less. The purchaser, thereof, 102 1, in the above cause for with approved surety or securities, the sum of $l().i.oo with interest from must execute bond bearing legal inApril 20th. 1911 until paid. Subject to terest from the clay of sale until paid; the following credits: $4..()0 paid July and having the force and effect of a Mth, Hill; $10.00 paid Sept. Kith, 1011. Judgement Lien retained to secure Also the further stun of $7:Ufi with payment of purchase money Bidders COMPANY interest from the 0th day of January will he prepared to comply promptly 1018; and the further sum of $20.00 with these terms. have done more toward persuading his with interest from Approximated debt, interest and of friendly antagonists that he, Randolph, April 1010 until paid the 4th day and the further ' cost. $287.09. wns out for thick blood. If ajiy one Lee Walls. Commissioner sum of $18..1.i and $1 7., and all costs of the five had Joyed In the "knowlherein, shall proceed to offer for edge that two slices, thin, of buttered e Mr. Simon Smart has on display at' sale at the door in brend embracing n silver of meat had to the highest bidder, at Conrad & Payne's hardware store, a been nnmed eternally after the earl AUCTION, on Monday the sample of Sudan grass which he raisof Sandwich on Just such nn epochal PUBLIC 2"th day of April HUM, at one o'clock ed on his farm near here. The grass occasion as this, be 'would probably P. M , or thereabout (being County is raised by some farmers as a subsJiave seen the high sign nnd bent it Court day), upon a credit of six and titute for hay and oats It has similar for home and bed. twelve inonths the following described appearance to wheat. Night was fast Joining the dlscnrd when the weary Herbert dnred to Interrupt. "Please, Mr. Randolph, the ofllcer on the beat snys the grass Is lifting your cab. sir, nnd he thought he ought to report nnythlng like thnt." "Tell him to undo the check nnd let nfiriBl Mi It feed Itself down ngnln," growled Mr. unnn AGAINST MARGARET IjYONS, Defendant EQUITY NO. 3929 1 "Beginning at a on the public road in ltctocs line thence with said line S.vS", V, HO poles to a 'stone on a branch; tlicncc BRECKINRIDGE CIRCUIT down said branch as it meanders S COURT, KENTUCKY 4. W. II poles. S '.'Ufci. W. 11 poles; 5. 31, W. V poles; S. Wt, V. 221, THE BANK OP HARDINSnURO AND poles; S. :I0J4. W 10 poles; S. Hi. W TRUST CO., Plaintiff "i poles; S. :to. V. Wi poles to a stake SALE stake PV''';i?ItC OUn BUSINESS B TO MANUTACTURK K&Psra Bijtp IfHBvWU HBrMnHVinW VBEVEVM EYEGLASSES SPECTACLES "the best you can orr'AnK the kind HII , JwBaMPB wM UmmWM onlv safi mcmbkr to wiar" board of traok HH 'i mnWMMmWSm NOTICE membranecs which may be extended to him by his friends. Mr Bennett sold his interest in the Custer store to his former partner Mr. Virgil N. Harncd.of Custer, and Mr. Harned will continue in business at the old stand. FOR 1 Court-hous- Hard-inbur- g. Mr. J. O. Bennett, of Custer, Ky., announces that he has sold Ins part' ncrship interest in the 'inn of J. O. Bennett & Company, doing business at Custer, Ky and that he is now engaged in business at Woodrow, Ky., and will greatly appreciate the re- - SUBSCRIBE THE NEWS Randolph. nfl WATCH THE BIG 4 Stomach -- Kidneys-Heart-Lives Keep the vital organs healthy by regularly taking the world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and --uric acid troubles The day passed; night fell. Now one and then another of the six devotees of n science which even In the youth of this nntlon had forestalled all the wonders of the submarine, the flight of man, nnd wireless telegraphy withdrew Just long enough to connect with the Dally Night bnnk round the corner or some other convenient bne of supplies and returned to set new money to catch old. Rut Mr. Randolph hnd no occasion to do thK His heap of chips and cash of the realm roted pn too solid n base of its own. There may be recorded nn amusing diversion from the serious business In hand. It wns ushered In by the crestSpectac'es fallen Herbert, who confessed thnt actual physical exhaustion had driven him to forty winks, during which time n professional purloiner of motor-caFourth and Chestnut St. accessories hnd stopped, spellbound by ESTABLISHED 1 003 the gigantic sum registered on Mr & Randolph's tnxlmeter. hnd promptly I. INCORPORATED stolen the preposterous clock, nnd wns (42 FOURTH AVENUE now on the club steps offering to CHINA-GLASSW- ARE with whoever was the Interested House Furnishing Goods basis. gent on n 3IFT GOODS A SPECIAL FEATURE (Continued next week) ffl WHERE TO DEAL LOUISVILLE Hosier's Garage IFnna(SIpn'l! 423 lift' i i niii JiiiTTl The South's Largest Cleaners and Dyers Nickel and Silver Plating Brass Beds Refinished Stege Brass & Plating Works 448 S. South Third Street American Hijr fflurka 312 E. Wa'.nut STORAGE BY DAY OR NIGHT A St. Fifth St. ,FHF CO. Eye Glasses Louisville. r SOUTHERN OPTICAL CO., Inc. Kentucky Commercial School A Used Buick is a Belter Buy AUGUST R. BAUMER Than Any Cheap New Car Leyman Motor Co., inc. te Say It With Flowers 501-E- . Broadway Louisville, Ky. "The flood Old D.iy" by Charles Wht't'liT Ili'll makes an ideal ift for either yoimc or old persons. In novelty form. Klclily Illustrated by Fox. Price, iostaK0 paid ."0e. MasonicTcmplc, Fourth and Chestnut DOLF9NGER Clermont Cafeteria "The Home of 423 WEST MARKET. set-tj- e U3UUUIV Hcoerowtrio imnTunoN or icAaaia flfty-flft- v TRAINS YOUNG PEOPLE FOR GOOD EMPLOYMENT AND SUCCESS II tUTHIK ST. 0TH Of KJU OmH. LOUIKIU-- t IT. The Standard Printing Co. Louisville, Ky. Good Food" STREET GOLD MEDAL mriifjn fcrflffiKSSfi WJ WILL ATTEND FUNERAL OF CARDINAL GIBBONS. Rev J. F. Norman, pastor of St Romauld's Catholic church, Hardins-burleft Monday for Baltimore, Md., to attend the funeral of Cardinal Gibbons ,on Thursday. Father Norman will visit bis family in New Jersey, before returning home. g, Hilliken Battery Service Co. Distributors of W. K. STEWART CO. (incorporated New Muldoon Monument Co. BEST WALL PAPER " Ci centuries and endorsed bv Oueen Wilhel- mina.. At all druggists, three sizes. Look for the name Gold Madal on orery Mat UU tCCpt OD The National Remedy of Holland for Kf'im Formerly Dcaring's Willard Batteries 435 E. BROADWAY Roe-O'Connor-Gordon BOOKS, STATIONERY, Monuments, Markers u OFFICE FURNITURE 425 S. and Memorials T. B. Duncan & Sons 417-42- 1 Third, nr. Liberty. Fourth Avenue, Nat m Kiufmu-Sin- G25-2- 7 SOUTH THIRD STREET Artistic 443-4- Unusual Inexpensive 1 1 y? o UWUIHNi J. L. STRASSEL CO. 45 - 5m 1 1 Nil U GH (HI Can you do it ? Every Z? Accessories Athletic and Sporting Gocds ' Write for Catalon Automobile S. THIRD ST. 550 FOURTH AVENU- E- LOUISVILLE 4th Street at Broadway Send for Our Free Spring Flower Catalog Draping, Wall Decoration, Painting, Upholstering, Furniture Making and. Rcfinishing Estimates and Suggestions Suhmlttcd KODAKS MAIL ORDERS GIVEN IMMEDIATE ATTENTION CHICKS" "BABYParcel Post. By All Varieties. 1 SPECIAL, SOC LUNCH MUSIC List Your Farms With jT . - " Conkty'i Buttermilk Starting Food Makes Chicks Write For Price Uit. , W. D. GATCHEL & SONS rifth and Walnut Louisville HALLER'S 210 W. Market St. pet shop Goobie The Louuville, Ky. Kentucky Chocolate Shoppe Rehm-Zeih- er (Incorporated) 634 atben S. 4TH Co. f WHEELER REALTY ESTATE VVV SALES Strvicv thai- - SatitfUs REAL -- OJrtA. AlKTtO m m m m m m Kb K BBV- - aa BM mo ami m m" 11 wSmmnm No! and if you have a Sharpies Suction-fee- d Separator you don't have to, for it skims equally clean whatever speed you turn. But with every other separator you must turn the crank at just exactly the speed stamped on it, or you will lose cream every time! The wonderful Sharpies Suction-fee- d varies the milk feed in direct pro- portion to the separating force never more milk in the bowl than it can perfectly separate. All other separators have a fixed milk feed. Thus when -- When you come to Louisville see us. Oscar Farmer & Sons Hay Grain Our . mil Isl 11 II Lfl lfc 'I I I ' Women's Fine Apparel City Elevator and Warehouse QUALITY Investment Securities Street "Where Service Satisfies" No. 430 West Main Best Live Stock Market Sooth ef the Okk River ESTABLISHED 1888 BJSlien It ti Miiitictin ind frtpitlr Fit POULTRY, ANIMAL, DAIRY FEEDS 213 N. 15th and 122 N. 4th St. to order for all occasions Your material used if dtslrtd Done EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES Cbats, Suits, " . Dresses, Furs, yJUlUTlS Skirts and Blouses Remodeling Alo MmJlU Estimates Submitted. Bourbon Stock Yard Company INCORPORATED l . Margaret McCormick U0 Ftonk. OspodW St . G. AL BIRCH, General Manjger Lw Cm . I : turned below speed much of the milk runs out without Dtoug ueuewu Dcparmcu, auiu ovuia geia jiuu mu trcaui, roaiung it uun ana uneven, i nousanas of actual tests have proven that 19 out of 20 persons do turn too slow most of tho time, and that everybody turns too slow some of the time. Get a . miimiy. 408 Abe C. Levi Bldg., 526 4th St. Johnson & Main Sts., Louisville, Ky. & J mMMnfflABSExcefence FGr I forty Year for over T. Diamond Pure Food Co. Jeffersonville, Ind. Established (Inc.) 1803 WAFKS tr,c,r DEHLER BROS. CO. Incorporated HARDWARE Fencing 116 la Buiiicu More Tbn s Third of a Ctatnry. We buy and v all kluds of Farm Products. Wrlto for our Wednesday's lrlce Current, irivlos you our paying-- and sellliiK prices. Herndon-Carte116-11- r Inc. Co. Rooflng Reinforcing Steel Expanded Metal E. MARKET ST. & 8 North Third St, (Uotween Main and Kiver) SHARPLES S EPARATO R the only separator that: oeds skims clean at widely varying gives the same thickness cream regardless of speed skims your milk quicker when you turn faster has only one piece in bowl no discs, easy to clean oiling supply tank and has knee-low onco-a-moij- lh i I Hay and Grain eeds of All Kinds C. Caummisar Manufacturers of & Sons Traction Light Power Stocks "Skims clean Famous Suction-F- at d ny Spd" : Amos Yaeger 226 West Main St, Hy-Kl- as Excelsior and Brooms 135 North are n bl liny at this time. If interested write lit. mill we will furnish you valuable Information on the subject. Sth and Main Sts. MjjiiimM Third St. John L. Dunlap & Co. Louisville, Ky. -- CONVENIENT A-L-A-M- PAINT We Louisville, Ky. tmBa IHsff mWJl Merchants & Manufacturers Paint Co. 128 PAPER carry a full 204 line Underwriters Reliable Stock Companies We vant Good stock salesmen FOR SHOPPER- S- Write or Wire for Prices -O W. Main St. liuy from our Airont In tout town Southeastern Paper Co. West Main St. HOWARD &CONSH AFTER Suite 306-7-8-- Fourth Detwoen Libartr and Walnut LoultvllU's PREMIER PICTURE THEATRE 9 Republic Bldg. Sharpies Is posidve Insurance against carelessness and its consequent cream waste, because it skims clean at any speed. A speed indicator, which fixed-fee- d rings a bell when you turn an separator below speed, is really an acknowledgement of the vatt superiority of Sharpies, which automatically frwnf losses from irregular turning instead of simply announcing them. Call at my store and I will be glad to demonstrate to you this and the other superior features of the Sharpies, old-sty- le ARTIFICIAL LEGS l fiat Are Comfortable. Llht and Durable. I M rBLH ZA38B THEEMMETTILEVEHSCO. (Incorporated) I.OUISVIU".K PARCEL POST 628W.J.ff.ronSt. THE ORIGINAL Mantle and Fireplace Supplies, Tile Bath Rooms, Monarch Metal Weather Ferraerljr Walker BulldU. Loul.tlUe. Ky. uuiuuinu . NATIONAL BANK LAUNDRY MOUNTPEUER. VT. Ga. Agent LouIstUI. 301 Uacola Bldg. CUA8. A. CRAVENS,. Strips, Watson Screens, Hard. wood Floors. R T7URS; 1 -- AIRING ISO STOKAG& We HEGAN-MAGRUDE- CO. - own eaten Un ami make up skins of jour LouUrilU, Kjr. Write (or Information 316 W. MARKET STREET We hTu tatlaHed cuitomon In your town. GREEN & GREEN Incorporated Lou svillc, Ky. 1138 South Third National Life Insurance Co. Kjr. propocltiaa for UiU county., CmtmmUbc aoKeiu4. HARKED PRODUCE FSED CO. Harasd, Ktatttcky Oemin mmmm Sharph Rpir nd Oil csrrimd It stock mzi 'HI SpUsdU Mcy When You Visit Louisville Remember the Excellent Houses Advertised in These Columns! PAGE EIGHT THE BRECKKNRIDOE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY MARCH M, Jl BIG SPRING FAMILY CABIN MOVED Condensed Statement of the FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. At the Close of Business, March 21st, 1921 ASSETS Loans and Discounts Bonds - $395,319.88 3,650.00 5,500.00 2,150.00 5,816.63 52,188.99 $464,625.50 Mr. and Mrs Kelly, of Mt. Carmcl, If)., were guests of Mrs. Kelly's sister. Mrs. C B. Witt, and Dr. Witt, from Monday until Saturday of las' week. Miss Ruby Norris entertained Jin; young people Saturday evening. All reported a fine time. Argus Amies is spending a few day3 in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morris went to j Lexington, the 17ht to" spend a few days with their daughters, Misses Elizabeth and Clara, who arc attending Sayrc College. They also spent a few days in Louisville, before returning home. Miss Bessie Tucker, of High Plains, tv.v the truest of Misses lulict and i . Itw .!... ma. i ti'...i i:-- i USUIl it r... UHJ3 !.., VHIlia KlLllrtl week. TEN MILES; HOUSEHOLD Mc REMAINS UNDERSTURBED March 22. Without interrupting its daily household duties, a family has been moved to this city in a abin from Nortli Scarsport Drawn by four horses, the little home was hauled the distance of 10 miles over the icy roads. When not engaged in,proparing the meals or otner worK, inc woman was seen sitting at a window, rocking her baby, while a cheerful fire blazed in a stove used for heating and cooking purposes. Belfast. p DoesYour Money Back If n't Come Up to These Claims. Rat-SnaRAT-SNA- P is absolutely guaranteed to kill rats and mice. Cremates them. Rodent killed with RAT-SNA- P leave no smell. Rats pass up all food Their first to get at RAT-SNAcomes meal is their last. RAT-SNA- P in cakes. No mixing. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Three sizes, 35c, 05c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport Ky., and B. B. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. P. SON M. HAMMAN Under Present tlamman, Established by M. agement Since I860 Man 1896 I FURNITURE DEALERS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Kentucky nd IndUrut License t ' Banking House and Lot Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets Cash and Due from banks Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits Deposits $40,000.00 16,287.54 408,337.50 Total $464,625.50 PERSONAL MENTION Continued From Page 5 stcr, and Mrs Forrest Compton, of Louisville, were in Hardinsburg, Monday on legal business. Geo. Marshall, of Irvington, Route Mr. and Mrs John C. Leech and 1, J M Rhodes, of Webster and Jas. son, Joint C. Leech, Jr., of Ben Avon, R. Skillman, attorney for L. H. & St. Pa., were the guests of Mrs. Leech's L. R. R., of Louisville were in Hardmother, Mrs. Rebecca Lightfoot, and insburg, Monday. ooa brother, Dr. Chas Lightfoot, several Mrs. L V. Chapin and Mrs. A. M days last week. Miller were dinner guests Tuesday of ooo Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Norton, of Mrs Albert McKatighan at her home Webster, and their daughters, Mrs. in Tobinsport oo Owen Parks, and Mr. Parks, of Vel- Mrs Black, of Irvine. Ky., has returned home after a short visit with Rev. E. C. Nail, and Mrs. Nail. J For Sale! Hickory King Seed Corn Jesse R.'Eskridge IliiJIii.bntj Ky .Mrs W. H. Bowmer of this city, and her daughter. Mrs. Charles W Moorman, of Ashland, Ky, who spent a mouth in St. Petersburg. I;la arrived in Louisville. Saturday. Mrs. week Bowmer will spend the month of April Guy Springate was in Louisville, in Louisville with her daughter, Mrs. last week buying goods. Nellie Burke, before coming here. Mrs Mooim.-M- i returned to her home LODIBURG in Ashfhnd Finley Bruner, of St Louis, Mo., oo II Grajson Payne, of Lodiburg, was is here to spend a few days with relain IlanliiislMirg. Monday on business tives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Meador Simmons and son. Laomain. visited Mr. Simmon's father. Mr. Tom Simmons, of Hard- o 0-- -0 Tom Durbin and John Rothleisbcr-gc- r, have been on the sick list. Mrs. J. B. Allgood entertained to dinner Sunday in honor of Miss Lula Dunn. Those present were: Misses Dunn, Julictt and Vitula Richardson, Edith and Ethel Carter, Christine Allen and Mary Willie Pratbcr. 'Miss Lula Dunn returned to her home in McDanicls, Monday after having taught two months to finish out the term began, by Mrs. Flctcjicr Scott. Mrs James Moorman returned Tuesday from Owensboro, after having spent two weeks with her brother, Dr. Strother, and Mrs. Strother. Her mother, Mrs. Strother, who had been there since the Oth of December, returned home with her. Mrs. C. B. Witt went to Louisville, to spend Easter with her father, Mr. Vogt, and sisters, Misses Lillian and Estell Vogt. Misses Ethel and Edith Carter gave a Rook party Monday evening. Misses Catherine and Howe David Griffith gave one Thursday evening. Mrs. Mollic Moorman, who has been ill is now some better. James Whelan, of Flaherty was the guest of Argus Amies, Saturday night. Shelby Best left Tuesday for Oklahoma. Mrs. W. T. Griffith entertained at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Letilia Carter and children, Miss Lena and Ezra Board. W. H. Curtman and J B. Carter spent Monday at Vine Grove. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Springate, of Garfield( were guests of their son, Guy Springate, and Mrs. Springate, and Mrs. Springate's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Martin. Mrs. Joel Drake spent a few days of last week in Louisville with her daughters. Misses Exie and Cora Drake. C. C. Martin was in Louisville, last 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 r VI Advertisement. PARTY GIVEN IN EASTLAND. party given by Mrs. The Daniel Staples, Saturday evening at her home in Eastland for 'her son, Johnnie Staples, was welt attended and everyone reported a fine time. guests were: Win. The Macy, Lodiburg; Mrs. Mary Castcllo and three daughtcis. Missrs Rosa,, Mary and Martha Castcllo, of PRE-EASTER pre-East- cr out-of-to- SOLE OWNER Cloverport, Kentucky Cuntb. Pbone 23, Day or Night Lon Walker, of Hardinsburg, went to Louisville, Monday. C W. Hamman iKaufmantraus Co. FOURTH AVENUE .LOUISVILLE You Are Cordially Invited To Visit the Louisville Style Show April 1st to 9th With this occasion a new fashion epoch comes into being. Its underlying note has a sparkle and a brilliancy hitherto unseen in the Metropolis of the State. For so does the world, renewed and recreated, express its spirit through its modes. And this bright world mood, reflected with delightful variation in every phase of the Atlantic City Boardwalk Style Show, gives new impulse to women intent on assembling their wardrobe requirements of the Spring and Summer season. r. AT THE SHOW, In Our Booth and on the Boardwalk, Also In Our Store There will be seen a complete review and authoritative presentation of the fashions in attire and dress accessories raiment chosen from the accredited style sources of the world with a certain knowledge of the tastes and preferences of a critical clientele. A $300 Diamond Bar Pin To Be Given Away By Lemon & Son lady visiting our store at the EVERY Show will be given free a chance on a Diamond Bar Pin which will be awarded the last night of the show. insburg, last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Harlem Knott, of Camp Knox, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Proctor Knott last Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Grayson Payne was the guest of Mrs Allen Bandy, of Mystic, last Sunday. Misses Mary Ellis Hardin, Lorena Tindall and Levi Louis Keys were the guests of Misses Ruby and Eva w We will also have on display a 24 carat Diamond Solitaire valued at $15,000, which is one of the largest perfect diamonds in the world. We will also display in our Board Walk Store and on living models, the latest creations in diamond rings, bar pins, pendants, wrist watches, etc., and a large collection of the celebrated Lorient Pearls, of which we are exclusive agents in Kentucky. Adkisson, last Sunday. , Miss Ada Pearl Payne and brother, attended church at Clifton Mills, last Sunday. We are sorry to hear that Miss Eva Payne has the mumps. We are glad to know that Mrs. A. M. Hardin is up again after a week's illness. Mr. and Mrs. Warn Miller are the guests of their son, Mr. Roll Miller, and Mrs. Miller, of Raymond, this week Rev. J. E. Argabright preached for the people of Walnut Grove, last Sunday Willie Macy was in Cloverport last We Solicit the Pleasure of Your Personal Visit to Our Store and to Our Booth at the Style Show We extend a cordial invitation to you to visit our store on the Board Walk. Saturday and Sunday. Jack Tindal and son, Jasper, visited relatives at Stephensport, last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roberston visited Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Bassett, last n, -- IT r t k.i Fourth Ave. S12 LEMON & SON INCORPORATED Onth Board Walk ' LOUISVILLE SINCE 1828 QUALITY Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Estell Cart, of Irving-tovisited Mr. Cart's mother, Mrs. Jamie Cart, of Clifton Mills. Miss Georgia Skillman will leave the first of April to attend school at Bowling Green. Your dog is the one friend who never looks up your rating with Dun and Bradstreet Cartoons Magazine. ft Bulls For Sale 10 Shorthorn and Polled Bulls, 8 to 24 Months Old, At Special Prices Regular 50c Admission May Be Procured Here at Half Rate, or 25c These bulls are registered, tuberculin tested, inoculated against Blackleg and are the kind that will make you money. Raise a few good calves, restore the fertility of your soil and leave off a part of your tobacco acreage and see if you do not get along better. Time given parties desiring same. Also registered cows and heifers and Big Type Poland China Swine for sale. Come and see what we have to offer you. W. R. IVIOORIVIAIM & GLEN DEAN, KENTUCKY SON A CESSS-iEJ- i