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KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE $2.00 a Year; $1.00 for Six Months; 50c for Three Months 22, 1921 8 VOL XLV CLOVERPORT, MEMBERS OF EPHESUS MISSIONARY SOCIETY MET IN CLOVERPORT Mrs. B. F. May Entertains With AIL Day Meeting At Her Home. Mrs. H. K. May, of this city, who has held her membership with the Woman's Missionary Society of the Ephcsus Cumberland Presbyterian church near Harncd, since moving to Clovcrport, entertained the members of the society Thursday. There were fifteen members of the society who motored here and held an all day meeting at Mrs. May's home on the Hill. At the noon hour Mr. and Mrs. May and their daughter, Miss Lillian May served the guests a picnic dinner, and treated them to a fish fry. Those who motored from Harncd were: Mrs. C. L. Druington, Mrs. James' McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Myra Crumc, Mrs. Neva McCoy, Mrs. Neva Maccy, Mrs. G. P. Macy, Mrs. Roy McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brock and Miss Evelyn Bruington. Pages No. 52 ONLY SHOWERS $86.50 SUBSCRIBED CLOSING OUT SALE FOR ROAD FUND DRAWS A CROWD Local Merchants and Citizens Golden Rule Store Had Big Contribute Funds For ImOpening Day. One Woman provement Hawesville Road Draws $25 Coat Free. Subscriptions amounting to $80.50 have been paid by the merchants and citizens here for the improvement of the Clovcrport and Hawesville road extending from the city limits of Clovciyrt over what is known as Patterson hill and on to the Hancock county line. The road fund was placed in charge of John Duke, who g lias been the work on the road. For three weeks Mr. Duke has had men dragging the road to the foot of Patterson hill and filling up the cuts He has succeeded in getting the road in a much more passable condition. On account of Jimitecl funds Mr. Duke has not been able to make any repairs on Patterson hill. The petition, those who it and the amounts cotrpRfcci arc published herewith. Additional subscriptions, which may be paid at The Brcckcnridge News office, will be published later. ' "The amounts subscribed in cash opposite our names, as shown below k arc to be deposited in the of Clovcrport, and subject to checks signed by John Duke. We earnestly request Mr. Duke to handle this fund and to employ some reliable person, or persons, to fill the mud holes as quickly as possible, and to do other repairs that he considers advisable." k R. N. Hudson, $25.o0; of Clovcrport, $25.00; E. F. Harris, $1.50; J. C. Nolte & Bro., $25.00; Jno. D. Babbage, $3.00; Dr. B. H. Parrish, $3.00. Mr. R. N. Hudson, president and general manager L. H. & St. L. R. R., was over the road last week and said the work on the road was well done and full value given for every cent contributed. He said further that Patterson's hill could be easily worked with sledge hammers and picks over the rocky places. Just a few men could put it in good shape in a few days. Merchants in this town are making a mistake by not contributing to this road fund. It is a road that means a lot to Clovcrport. Hundreds of farmers would come here to do their trading if they could get here over this hill. Let ever merchant put his shoulder and his money into this enterprise. This road would increase Clovcrport's trade at least 50 per cent. Drop into The Breckenridgc News office and have your name enrolled for this worthy enterprise. Mr. Hudson is also interested in the road from Clovernort to Steph- ensport. He stated that during this summer the road bed of the Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis railroad, which runs parallel with the public road would be moved giving more room for a road and out of the r mark. Mr. Hudson added that he would lend his assistance in building this Clovcrport and road. over-seeinhave-sfgn-ed FALLINC'PORT Heavy Rains JReported in Lower Counties. Heat Wave Broken. More Rain Needed The extreme Itcat wave of last week was broken Saturday afternoon when a light shower fell and cooled the atmosphere. Heavy rains were reported from around Clovcrport. At .Macco an electrical and Wind storm did quite a hit of damage to trees, and the rain fall is reported to have been general throughout Daviess county and part of Hancock. But the storm passed over Clovcrport, only a slight wind prevailed with very little rain. Sunday afternoon the atmosphere was refreshed with a slight shower. A temporary relief from the intense heat wave, which has prevailed since last Monday, was felt Saturday afternoon from the effects of the storm at other places. Rain is needed badly in this community. Gardners report their potato vines to be drying up completely, and it will take a regular "root soaker and gullcy washer" tto bring out the vegetation.. In some parts of the county wheat cutting has been going on during the past week, so the dry weather was favorable for the harvesters. feA TWO DEATHS AMONG PROMINENT WOMEN OF HAWESVILLE Mra. Mary Jackson and Mrs. George Chambers Die Within 24 Hours MRS. JESS DUNN DIES AT AXTEl Complications Cause of Death Daughter of Late Dr. J. H. VETERAN CONDUC- TOR SUCCUMBS Mr. Jerry J. Tilford, of Fords- ville, In Service On Brandh Line 33 Years. Following a lengthy illness due to paralysis, Mr. Jerry J. Tilford, cone ductor on the branch line of the L. H. & St. L., succumbed at his late residence in Fordsville early Wednesday morning. With him at the end were his wife and two children, Mrs. Clarence of Lexington, and Paul Tilford, of Louisville. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon with the Masonic burial in the Fordsville cemetery. The funeral was attended by many of Mr. friends living along' the branch line. Mr. Tilford had been a conductor on the L. H. & St. L. R. R. for thirty-thre- e years. He was one of the company's oldest and most loyal employes. He was probably known by as many people in Breckinridge county as any other one man. He was held in high esteem among his associates, and was familarily called "Uncle Jerry," Mr. Tilford spent practically all of his life in Fordsville. He was a Mason of long standing and a member of the Baptist church at Fordsville. Irvingto-FordsvSllDc-WeeTil-ford- Brcckin-ridge-Ban- MRS. G. MATTINGLY UN- - r ': v nRRRORS OPERATION ti- .racner nj i.t.i uucnuuua Eurooe. rA.i.-wiuiiici .. .i ucnu ! in Tt-- Breckin-ridge-Ban- Axtcl, June 21. (Special) Mrs. Gus Mattingly, who has been ill for several weeks, was operated on for plur isy last Saturday morning. The operation was performed by Dr.. Tucker and Kincheloc. Mrs. Mattingly is getting along very well, The Rev Father Joseph Odendahl received word last week from Europe that his aged mother had died recently ooo Bargains of real merit have attracted buyers from all sections of Breckinridge county and part of Indiana to the Golden Rule Store's closing out sale which started Wednesday of last week. The opening day the store was crowded With shoppers and there were not sufficient saleswomen to take care of the trade. More saleswomen have been added since then. In the grocery department 2,000 pounds of sugar was sold in two days. With each lo.oo purchase ten pounds of sugar was given away. People have taken advantage of the sale and purchased their winter's supply of canned goods. One of the attractions for the sale is the window where articles that are numbered duplicate with the store's sale hills, arc given away to those holding the corresponding number. One day, Mrs. Carl Bcavin drew a $25.0o coat, which fit her perfectly, and at another time, little Miss Lucilc Hambleton, daughter of Mr. and M? Charles Hambleton, held the dupjf-cat- e number on a $5.00 red wagon. The numbers on the articles are changed every morning at 10 o'clock so the window proves a drawing card e suit for each day. A man's is one of the articles to be drawn by someone. The Golden Rule's closing out sale and the Fcburary stock reducing sale have made the store more widely known because of the extensive publicity given the sales. Mr. M. W. France, who is managing the closing out sale, noted that the best crowds were in the store on Wednesday and Saturday. two-piec- Two prominent women of Hawesville, died last week within twenty-fou- r hours of each other. The first death was Mrs. Mary Jackson, age r and the daughter of the Rev. Joseph C. Moorman, a Methodist minister. She is survived by one daughter, Miss Laura Jackson. Another daughter, Mrs. Cccic Jackson Sea. died nine months ago. Following Mrs. Jackson's demise, was the death of Mrs. Anna Hughes Chambers, wife of Mr. George Chambers, a prominent Attorney of Hancock county. Mrs. Chambers succumbed in the Jewish hospital, Louisville, following an operation for appendicitis. She was buried in Hawesville, Thursday afternoon. Surviving arc her husband and four children, Celeste, Jamie, Mary and George, Jr. fifty-fou- Hart. T p $7,569.40 PAID INTO STATE TREASURY Axtcl. June 20. (Special) Mrs. Jesse Dunn died at her home here Saturday following an illness' of complication of diseases. She had suffered for some time but bravely kept up until about three weeks ago when she became bedfast. Mrs. Dunn was the eldest daughter of the late Dr. J. H. Hart and Lcda Temple Hart, of McDaniels, and was a very kind. lovcable woman. She will be greatly missed both in her home and nicghborhood. Surviving arc her husband and three children; two sisters, Mrs. Willie Cannon, of Hardinsburg, and Mrs. Orrie Dudgeon, of McDaniels, also two brothers. Messrs. Guy and Estes Hart, of McDaniels. Arrangements for the funeral had not been completed as late as Sunday. DISTRICT S. S. CONVENTION AT GARFIELD We are hoping to make this one of A. T. Beard, County Court Clerk the best meetings this district has had of Breckinridge County reports the in years. Let every Sunday school in tile disnumber of auto and truck licenses istrict have a delegate present with a sued as follows viz: report of your school. 534 Passenger car licenses to date. C. C. Brock, President. 17 Truck licenses. Evelyn Bruington, See 2 Dealers licenses. 14 Chauffers licenses. 9 Transfers licenses. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS to State Treasury $7,5G9.4o. County Court Clerk Beard The first magisterial district Sunheld at Makes. Auto Census Report day school convention will be 3, 1921, Garfield, Ky., on Sunday, July For Breckinridge beginning at 9:30 a. m. Total amount collected and paid in- 's RECITAL TO BE GIVEN AT GLEN DEAN, SATURDAY EVE S. t v ,- f &'V , Glen Dean, June 20. (Special A recital including musical numbers and readings will be given in Glen Dean, Saturday evening, June 25. Those who will take part on the program are Mrs. Lee Gibson and Miss Floy Butler, of Louisville; Mrs. Russell1 Compton and Miss Virginia Beard, of Hardinsburg; Miss Martha Clapp, of BURIED IN RAYMOND Palestine, lexas; Miss Mildred Moorman, Miss Mabel Howard, Miss Raymond, June 20. (Special) The Elenora Robertson and Miss Nell remains of Douglas Leon, infant son Moorman, of Glen Dean. of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Cashman, of Louisville, was buried in the RayEPWORTH LEAGUE CON mond cemetery June 13. The infant FERENCE IN SESSION lived one day and was the first grandchild of Mrs. Lillie Cashman. The annual, assembly of the Louisville Conference of Epworth League REV! BAKER AT JUNALUSKA is being held this week in Russell-villKy., at the Logan Female ColIrvington, June 20. (Special) The lege, which is the permanent meeting Rev. W. L. Baker, pastor of the Irvplace. The Conference opened Mon- ington Methodist church left Monday day evening and continues for four for Lake Junaluska, N. C, to attend days. the summer conference school. e, high-wate- Thursday and attended the morning pastorate July and afternoon sessions of the Tell City Bible Conference. The prominent speakers on the program that day were Dr. G. Campbell Morgan, who for thirteen years was pastor of Westminister Chapel, London, England, and Dr. Williams Evans, Ph. D of Chicago, noted author and lecturer. In the party were: Rev. J. R. Randolph, Mrs. Randolph and son, James Randolph; Rev. E. C. Nail, Mrs. J. D. Babbage, Mrs. W. H. Bownier, Mrs. A. R. Fisher, Mrs. J. B. Fitch, Airs. James Winchcll, Mrs. Sallie Moorman, Mrs. Joe Smart, Mrs. Lizzie Geer, Mrs Conrad Sippel and Airs. Davis. Miss Elizabeth Skilhnan, Miss Ross, Miss Annie Raitt, Miss Maggie Squires, Miss Annie Mae Tatum, Miss Sarah Fallon and Miss Eliza May, Mrs. Larkin Gibson, Mrs. Win, Mullen, and Mrs. A. M. Miller. Mr. Chas. Claycomb, Mr. V. G. bage. and Rev. Bowlds. Bab- A twehc pound baby girl arrived in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur REV. BATES ACCEPTS CALL Scales on Tuesday, June 14. PARTY FROM CLOVERPORT TO McARTHUR, OHIO o' ATTEND TELL CITY BIBLE Cards have been received announcCONFERENCE LAST WEEK. The Rev. S. C. Bates, who has held ing the arrival of Miss Mildred Love a charge in West Salem, Ohio, Tinius on June 1, 1921 at the home of A party of Cloverport people went a, years has accepted a call to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tinius in on the Shamrock barge to Tell City McArthur, O. He will begin his new Kansas. Hardinsburg for-sever- al Mul-vani- 1. H Program for Picnic 4th of July At Hardinsburg Steph-enspo- rt PROSPECTS SURE FOR NEW BRIDGE Atty. Ball Visits Road Commissioners Who Give Promise of Letting Contract For Cloverport Bridge. County Attorney W. Sherman Ball, of Hardinsburg, was in Frankfort, Friday to confer with Gov. Morrow and the State Road Department regarding the letting of the contract for the Cloverport bridge. After an interview with the Governor and members of the Road Department, Mr. Ball was requested by them to go before the entire body of road So on Monday, the road commissioners met with iMr. Ball and they voted to advertise for bids immediately.' In giving this information to The Breckenridge News, Mr. Ball stated that in his opinion he believed the for the bridge would contract be let in about twenty or twenty-fiv- e days. He also added that this wdl be the first contract to be let inside of any corporate town, but an exception was made. The county will have to advance all funds for building the bridge, but it will be credited later with the amount. Com-missone- FAMILY REUNION OF P. H. KEENAN'S CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN Mr. and Mrs P. H. Kccuan, of Mattingly entertained their children and grandchildren to a 12 o'clock dinner Sunday at their home. Old fashioned barbecued mutton was served. Mr. and Mr&.,Keeiiau's three sons, their wives and the fourteen grandchildren were present with Mr. Ronle COME AS EARLY AS YOU WANT. GATES OPEN AT SIX. DRIVE RIGHT IN THE ENCLOSURE. ADMISSION FREE 'ISPP CO-OPERATION Airship from Camp Knox arrives at nine o'clock. ship land. Don't Miss Seeing the big WITH FARMERS Mrs. Ella Keenan, Misses and Loretta Keenan and Miss Mae Hamilton, of Mattingly. Walter and Alfred O'Conuell. cheloc and Gid Pate, of Cloverport, Burdette, of Tobinsport, Master Kin- Lorena Chlora Messrs. of Tar-for- k. Races for Boys and Girls start at ten o'clock. Prizes given the winners (contributed most generously by Dr. Lex, Reeves and Bowmer, Kincheloe Pharmacy, Mr. Bud Sills) Cafeteria Lunch at Noon. Balloon Ascension at two o'clock carrying coupons for prizes contributed by City Grocery and Mrs. McCubbins. (Whoever catches the balloons when they fall get the prizes if they present the coupons at the grounds.) Baby Contest at two-thirtGold Ring, given by Mr. T. C. Lewis for prettiest baby under two years. y, MISS SHERRON GRADUATED FROM ST. JOSEPH'S. who received their diplomas from Mt. St. Joseph's Acadamy at Mt. St. Joseph's near Owensboro, last Wednesday morning, was Miss Mary Sher-roof Breckinridge county. Miss n, h Among the academic graduates This year an established connection with a strong bank will be one of the farmer's greatest assets. We invite, such connections with farmers who want consistent banking support and are prepared to with us to obtain it. co-oper- Sherron was on the program and her subject was "James Cardinal Gibbons." The commencement address was delivered by the Rev. L. J. Hei-seC. S. C, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind. HATS OFF TO COL. ROOTl r, :V1g v I 1: Talk to one of our officers about this the next time you are in town. 1 ' BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CX)MRVNY HARDINSBURG li li I 2 I KENTUCKY Another Kentucky Colonel is added to Gov. Morrow's list. The latest one is none other than Lewis Aldridge Root, of Louisville, one of the popular conductors for the L. H. & St. 1ST AND 2ND LOCAL L. Col Root has been with the Henderson Route for several years and TEAMS PLAYED SAT. the announcement of his being made colonel comes with special interest to First Team Played Patesville and his score of friends.. Second With Garfield. MRS. SHELLY TO HOLD Clovcrport's 1st and 2nd., teams CONFERENCE AT WEBSTER played Saturday. The 1st tesfm went Irvington, June 20. (Special) Miss to Patesville and played those boys S. G. Shelly will hold the first mison their diamond at the close of sionary group meeting of the in three innings the score, was Conference at district favor of Cloverport. Webster, June 28. Delegates from all The 2nd team remained at home the Methodist societies in the district and met the Garfield team, playing are expected to attend. in four innings with score of Garfield's favor, ICE CREAM SUPPER On Saturday of this week CloverThere will be an ice cream supper port will play Hardinsburg at the and moonlight dance at Sample, Ky., Clovcrport ball park. On July 4, on Saturday evening, July 2, 1921. Brandenburg team will come to Clov- Everybody come and have a good erport for a big game. time Allen and White, managers. Eliza-bcthto2-- Popularity Contest closes at Most popular girl given $10.00 by Farmers Bank. Pick out the Mysterious Woman and get $10.00 given by the Bank of Hardinsburg. Contest open to four-thirt- y. everybody. Girls or Boys Matching numbers each given a pair of tennis shoes by B. F.. Beard & Co. Get your number at Contest Booth. 0 For the Biggest Family on the Grounds, The Hardinsburg Mill Co., will give two sacks of flour For the Biggest Family coming in one Vehicle, the Electric Light Co., will give two sacks of flour. CARNIVAL ATTRACTIONS MUSIC ALL DAY. EVERYBODY COME AND HAVE A GOOD TIME ICE CREAM. SOFT DRINKS. FISH POND -- , ."! 0-- 5 ', ' k ii ,y AQE TWO TE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, Mrs. George Davis, of Dallas, Tex., who has been the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Richard Sipcs left Monday for St. Louis to join her husband. They will visit in California and Yellowstone National Park before returning home. Miss Julia Lyons, of Moravia, visited Mrs. Mollic Dempster, last week. Misses Ruth and Marion Gross, of New Albany, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Marshall. Hobert Dranc, of Wichita Falls, Texas, has been the guest of Mr and Mrs. A. T. Dranc. Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington, have been quite ill. Mrs. L. ,B. Moorman spent Wednesday ami Thursday in Louisville. Dr. W. B. Taylor and Mrs. Taylor motored to Glasgow for the weekend. Kairlcigh Hcrndon, of Louisville, spent Sunday with his father, J. M Hcrndon. Carl Adkins will go to the Mammoth Cave on the SDtli to camp two weeks with the Y. M. C. A. group. George Ashcraft, who has been' ill for quite awhile has gone to Louisville, to consult a specialist. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bungcr and son. Adrain, of Brandenburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lon Cowley. A number of young people chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vogel enjoyed an outing at the beautiful country home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ncvitt on Sunday afternoon. g, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY here last week enroute to her home from Louisville, where she was the guest of relatives. Jesse Bruington was in Hardinsburg. Friday. Miss Lillian Belle, of near, Irvington, was the guest of Miss Carrie M. McCoy, Thursday. Miss Essie Board, of Cecelia, is visiting her cousins, Miss Nancy Board and Mr C. S. Board. Mrs. Vic Pile and children, Vic, Jr., and Virginia, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moorman. Saturday. Mr. M. P. Compton, of Hardinsburg, was the guest of his brother, Mr. Taylor Compton, and Mrs. Compton one day last week. Misses Thcluia and .Wihua Whitworth were guests of their aunt, 'Mrs. Clint Davis, and Mr. Davis the week- JUNE SS, lfftl Viola Grccnwcll attended the commencement at Nazareth last Thursday Miss Klilcr, of Chcnault, was the week-en- d guest of her cousin, Miss Louise Elder. HARDINSBURG Mr. Barney Sipiircs, of Clovcrport, Dr Ben Harncd and Mrs. Harncd, was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. of Durant, Okla., arrived Friday to Robert Hcmirick, and Mr. Hcndrick. visit Dr. Harncd's sister, Mrs. John the week-enMr. and Mrs. Thomas Gregory, Alexander, and Mr. Alexander. Miss Marian Kinchcloc lias return- who attended the graduation of their Geo. Gregory at Lexington, last ed from Lexington, to spend the sum- son. her parents, Dr. and Mrs. week, have returned. mer with The Ursuline Sisters of St. A. M. Kinchcloc. nariochal school wilt leave this Miss Elcanora Robertson, who has i week for the Mother house at Mt. guest of her father, Vic St. Joseph s to spend their vacation. been the Robertson, and grandfather, Win. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Huff were the lfcnslcy, has returned to Glen Dean. guests of relatives and friends in Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kinkhcad and Hawcsvillc. Sunday. children, of Iluntingsburg. W. Va Miss Anna Sills, the day operator are visiting Mrs. Kinkcad's parents, of the Cumberland Telephone and V. W. Peyton. Mr. and Mrs. Telegraph Co., is spending her vacaMrs. Jane I'oole, of McDanicl. is tion with relatives in Oweusboro. visiting her son, L. Poole, and Mrs. Miss Ruth Kinchcloc left Sunday Poole. for Louisville to spend one week of Ely Duvall, of Louisville, is the' her vacation with relatives and guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. friends. Wm. Duvall. Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Taylor, of Miss Mary Bashatu and Miss Mary arc visiting Dr. Taylor's O'Reilly have returned from Mt. St. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor Joseph, where they attended school. and relatives. Joe Glasscock, of McDanicls. was Mr. Felix Robinson has resigned the guest of his brother, Lon Glass- his position as manager for the Home cock, Saturday and Sunday. Telephone and Telegraph Co., and Mr and Mrs. Wm. Mattingly have left Monday for Illinois. returned from a visit with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cannon and in Glen Dean. children attended the funeral of Mrs. Mrs. Gus Brown, who has been ill Cannon's sister, Mrs. Jesse Dunn, at for two weeks, is improving. McDanicls. Monday. John Walker, who attended a Mrs. C. Vic Robertson arrived house party at the home of Miss Sunday from Watson. Ala., after a Rcnfrow, of Hartford, has returned. two weeks visit with her niece, Mrs. Miss Mary Helen Shccran, of Kirk, Powers, and Mr. Powers. Miss Margaret O'Reilly and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Whitworth and daughter, Miss Mattic Lee Whitworth, attended the graduation of their daughter, Miss Mary Helen Whitworth, from the State University Lexington. Joe A. Lex has returned after a short visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Lex, of Louisville. Mr. and Mrs, Boone Jarboe arc rejoicing over the arrival of a son, Joseph Earl. June 1.1th Route U'. In the County ; d. I Mr. Peyton Canary and two daughters, Misses Mary and Flossie were in Clovcrport, Thursday, Mrs. Jake Miller and daughter, Miss Vcrna, were in .Clovcrport, Thursday Rev. E. S. Flynt, of Louisville, who has been ill, was able to fill his pulpit at the Baptist church, Sunday. Sam H. Dix was in Clovcrport, last Tuesday. Miss Lena Payne was in Clovcr port, Tuesday having dental work Critchcloc and family last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Bowlds and family motored to Lcitchfield, last Saturday shopping. These warm days strongly remind mc of Rdily's poem: "Knee Deep in June." "Plague, if they ain't somepin in ' Work at kindo goes ag'in My convictions I long about Here in June especially! Under some old apple-tre- e Jes' a restin through and through Nothing else at all to do." Rom-ault- ls done. Miss Helen Bashatu returned Sunday from Clovcrport. having been the Mrs. Kcnnt'c Clark and Mrs. Harry guest of Mrs. Win. Puniphrcy. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bennett arc Storms arc both on the sick list this week. receiving congratulations on the birth Miss Cecil Mattingly and brother, of a son, Letcher Dowell, June lGth. W. J. Schopp was in Louisville, last Jack; Frank and Julian Storms atweek. tended the birthday dinner given to end. A baby boy came Wednesday to Mr. Raffo Mattingly, of McCjuady, J. W. Cashman, of Louisville, is visiting his sous, A. B. Cashman and make his home with Mr. and Mrs. at the home of his father, Mr. James Mattingly. A big game of base ball W. C. Cashman. Ernest Bledsoe. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dowell and Mrs. McCanish came Sunday night was played in the afternoon. children were in Hardinsburg, Sat- to visit her sister, Mrs. Bill Stinnett. fujcw UstrikeJ Cigarette - To delicious Burley tobacco flavor. seal in the It's Toasted jrt tfjnjjy 0ywr ftrfsfnuCAtyrtfaefs; Off A Positive Lubricating System FOR ALL .jffiiS KINDS E nJRS CARS. TRUCKS avl ' AiACii.TKV Set U$ Wr.te Us Mrs. John Wcisenbcrg, of Clovcrport was the Sunday guest of her parMrs. W. B. Hanks. ents, Mrs. Sallic Moorman, of Clovcr-port. was the guest of Mrs. O. W. Dowell, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Maysey and son, Paul, accompanied by Kenneth E. Gilbert, left Sunday in Mr. May-scy- 's motor car for New Windsor, III., to visit Mrs. Mayscy's parents, Mr. and! Mrs.. Thos. Blaine. Mrp. Blaine who has been ill for several 3TEPHENSPCRT weeks is no better. Sheriff Jesse Carman, of Hardins-burMrs. Smith, of Hawcsvillc, is the was the guest of his brother, guest of her daughter, Mrs. Evans Evans Carman, Friday. Carman, and Mr. Carman. A. L. Lewis was in Louisville, last Dr. Goldstine, who practiced mediweek. cine, here many years ago, stopped Hardinsburg, here Sunday to shake hands with old Win. Gilbert was in Saturday. friends, lie was enroute from Evans-vill- c. Mr. John Entcrkinc and two daughto his home in Texas. ters, Misses Dorris and Edith, of St. Louis, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dowell. GARFIELD Rev. P. H. Canary, of Columbus. Mrs. Jim Waggoner is in LouisO., preached in the City Hall, to a large crowd, on Wednesday and Fri-da- y ville, this week shopping. Mrs. Ben Harper and children, and nights. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. French were in Miss Marian Compton were guests of Mrs. Dink Carman, Wednesday. Louisville, last week. Mrs. Tela Nnttintrhatii. of Lodiburtr. Mr. Jim StClair, of Webster, was IRVINGTON was the guest of Mrs. W. J. Schopp, in town, Monday. hells are ringing, ringing. last week. Wedding Miss Louise Brown, of Woodrow, Miss Helen Vincent, of Louisville, Walter Wcisenbcrg, of Clovcrport, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and is the guest of Miss Evelyn King. snnr Inst Weclnesrlav with bis trrand- - Mrs. W. T. Dowell. Mrs. Kate Bennett is visiting rela- parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hanks. Miss Mattie Harned. of Custer, was tives in Owcnshoro. Bell, of Louisville, visRev. Matt ited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell, last week. Mesdames H B. Head. Vcrda and Miss Mcda Ditto, attended an all clay missionary meeting at Guston. Wednesday. Mrs. Virgil Britc and Miss Martha Howe Brite. of Louisville, spent t here with friends. Miss Eric Smith, of Guston, visited Mr and Mrs. X. Gardner, last week. Owners of business houses of contemplate closing at 0 o'clock during July and August except on Saturdays. Mrs. Lucy Hesselton and daughter, MU Irene Hcs;cltoil. of Chicago. visited Mr. and Mns. C. V. Hawcs, last week. Mrs. Leek Craycraft and baby, of Flaherty, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. D Crews, last week. Mrs. A. T. Adkins. Misses Xell Smith and Mabel Adkins. spent Friday in Louisville Ed F. Alexander and son. Ray, attended a Gun Shoot in Louisville, Rus-scllvill- e. Mr-jKid urday. Mrs. Andrew Board is suffering from a dislocated knee. Mrs. Richard Bandy, of Irvington, was in town Saturday shopping and while here she was the guest of Mrs. J. A. Bruington. Miss Bessie Snyder, of Hardinsburg, visited her sister, Mrs.,V. B. Mattingly, last week. Mrs. Abe Compton was in Hardinsburg, one day last week. HILL ITEMS Mr Canary and daughters, Misses Mary and Flossie Canary from near Stcphcnsport were in town Thursday visiting among friends. Miss Mary Kcil is in Louisville assisting' her cousin, Miss Clara Fisher, who is matron at the Jewish Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George1 Carncll, of Louisville, were the Saturday arid Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr.s Luther Sattcrfield. Mrs. Douglas Williams, of Louisville, is with her sister, Mrs. Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Bashani and children, from Chicago, arc the guests of Mrs. Basham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smiley. Mr. Tom Blythe was here last Sunday to sec his mother, Mrs. Blythe. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Orutn after visiting Mr. Orum's mother, Mrs. Connor Johnson, have returned to their home yi Indianapolis, enroute to Rockport to see relatives of Mrs. Orum. Mrs. John Fisher, of Cynthiana, is ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charlie Loyd, and Mr. Loyd. Mrs. George Garrett and daughter, were here last week from Evansville, to sec Mrs. Noble, who continues ill. Miss Emma .Blythe has been to Bowling Green, to attend the closing exercises of the school where her" Continued On Page 7 YELLOW LAKE Mrs. Joe Rhodes was on the sick list last week. Miss Irene Bradley who has employment in Cincinnati is home for a vacation. Miss Philomcna Speak, after a pleasant visit with her sisters at Lexington and St. Joseph's Infirmary, returned home last week. Miss Blanche Jarboe who has been engaged in the millinery business in Louisville, is home for her vacation. Uncle Cliff Mattingly and daughter, Irene, returned last Saturday from a visit in Owcnshoro. They were accompanied home by Master Russell Rhodes. Masters Raymond and Robert RhodRhodes were guests of es, last Saturday night and attended the picture show at McDaniels. Mrs. Huse and Miss Betsey Pool were dinner guests of Mrs. H. B. gfiaaaaminui Mc-Gh- ec Irv-ingto- u. Anderson's i I - Or Aik Your Garaee Man The Alemite Lubricator 543.45 South Third Street Louuuilte, Ky. Co. I Thursday Messrs. J. V. Willis. Fred Bright. W. J. Piggott. M. C. Green. John Musselman, Mesdames A. T. Adkins. John Miles and children, attended the funeral of Jerry Tilford at Fords-villThursday. Misses Angic and Margaret Gibson Loom End Sale OPENS TODAY The Biggest Event history of this vicinity. Offering an endless chain of Bargains- - huge quantities of newest merchandise are coming constantly in a flood of unusual values will flow out for the next ten days. You know our store! You know our Service! You know what our Loom End Sale brings to you in the way of substantial bargains! in the Merchandising -- e. Yes it can be dyed are home from Louisville Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reese and Eruest.Jr., of Dallas. Texas, arrived Thursday to visit his mother, Mrs. Sue Simmons They motored through arriving here on the thirteenth day. Will Bode, of Louisville, returned I I 1 cleaned That fast year's suit or or week's vacation at Mr and Mrs. John Xcvitt's, of Basin Springs. Irvington base ball team crossed bats with the L. H. & St L. R. R. liicn Saturday afternoon. The score being to '.' in favor of the Irvington home Monday after a ! ! ! f 1 dress can be made te appear like new. parcel post te-da- y. Send-it- . ' Swiss Cleaners & Dyers LMfevHU, Ky. eeeethtt. Misses Pauline Waggoner, Catherine and Elizabeth Heuuingcr spent with Miss Mary Smith the week-enOweusboro. J. B Biggs went to Cincinnati, Saturday to see his son Hillard Biggs, who is seriously ill at St. Francis Government Hospital. d team. Miss Annie Mac Wilson is visiting relatives in St. Louis, Mo., and Springfield. 111. II I i i & CO success. RHEUMATISM KNOCKED OUT WITH USE OF - RHU - CU mouths and of course was unable to do any kind of work at all. My friend thought there was no chance for me to get. well. I tried doctors and ever) thing that was recommend td hut nothing seemed to have the slightest effect on Hi) trouble, in fact I gae up myself; I was in the dtpths of despair, when a friend of mine called my attention to your remedy and I immediately bought a bottle ami began to take it. From the very start I could realize it did me good and after taking half a bottle I was able to go to plowing and any other work that came up. I continued its use till I had taken three or four bottles after which I can truthfully say I haven't had a symptom of the rheumatism. I have m joyed better htatth since 1 was cured than ever before in my life. It lias been over a year since I received prrmantnt relief. I have recommended to hundreds of people and shall take pleasure in continuing to do so. I might add that all I have recommended it to have had a happy recovery from the dread disease. I certainly want to help anybody who suffers with rheumatism, out of their trouble by recommending Hoping every sufferer from Rheumatism may get in touch with your valuable remedy, I am it no new tiling, as it lias liccn old for many ytars w it It most remarkable It lias uiwn relief to hundreds ot people and its fame i fast traeliut; over the whole I'nitfil States. Tins is due to the merits of the medicine, one patient uses it and tells his neialil'or nlmut it, It works like manic absolutely scientifically eradicating the uric acid from the system. It lias not the sliKlitest bail effect on the stomaclt. on the other hand onea user has said it was the best thing for indigestion they hail efer seen. If ou are a sufferer from rheumatism read some of the following testimonials thin buy a bottle of Liver Pills, also get a bottle of the very best fill on the market for the !Uer, constipation, etc. Ask your druggist for a sample of I.iver fills. They will do you good and when once used you will use no other. IJoth these remedies are scinlifically pre- We and give fared hundreds of absolute satisfaction. their testimonials as to nicrits, but have space at this time for one. Read what Mr. J, E. Pryor, of Calhoun, Ky., has to say: "I had bceu a sufferer with rheumatism for over two years, was on crutches for tiftecn COME BY ALL MEANS SALE ' 'ft ri i In 11 CLOSES SATURDAY JULY. 2 r 13 sH "JO S. W. ANDERSON COMPANY INC9BPOKATCB 1 1 v m rrM OWENSBO'RO, KENTUCKY 9R - and the Liver Pills are for sale by all druggists. Both CO-RHU-CU in AxM WHERE COURTESY REIGNS" 98 wUs i Jfl h1 MEDICINE CO., Inc., Proprietors OWENSBOnO, KENTUCKY RRiummmmiimaammma,simmaaaii a ,:ii!k .VJU JUNK 21, 191 THE BRECKINRIDGE HEWS, CLOVBRPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE THREE XTRA Factory Cotton XTRA ALL MILLINERY HALF PRICE AT. PER YARD 5f Cor-se- ts OPENING DAY Men's Heavy 220 Weight alls for "y Over- - XTRA ! Bleached Cotton XTRA ! PERYARD QQn PER YARD 10c Blouses for-- DON'T MISS PER YARD THESE SPECIALS SPECIAL Table Peaches in syrup per can - CORSETS S6.50 $5.00 $2.50 Le Revo SILK BLOUSES $4.95 $3.95 $1.98 JL Ol 2 0 for GIVEN AWAY Absolutely FREE! 10 Pounds of sugar given to every customer making purchases of $20.00 or more. Supply your Shirting Heavy Shirting or Denim per yard.,,,.,,,, Le Revo Corsets for Kabo Corsets for One big Corset Special for $5.50 $3.95 $6.95 Blouses for Blouses for -- $3.19 $3.19 $5.45 Ladies' Hdkfs Ladies Handkerchiefs each 4c 19c $1.29 needs at these sale prices and get 10 pounds of sugar FREE. These are lovely, in soft pastel shades, in georgettes, crepe de chines and tricolettes and were real bargains at their regular prices, so don't miss getting one at the sale. Snap Fasteners Snap Fasteners per doz. 0 Men's Socks Men's Work Sox per pair 8c Felt Base Floor Covering 59c sq. yd. Bring the children. We will give every child who comes to this store during the Red Tag Sale a nice, big balloon. Absolutely Free. Men's Sorghum Sorghum per gal Athletic Union Suits $1.50 quality for $1.19 48c Beard's RED TAG 8ALEJune 24 to July 2 BEARD STANDARD QUALITY MERCHANDISE is offered to you at these ROCK BOTTOM PRICES for 8 days selling. No fire sale, stock, trashy odds and ends, or second hand stuff, but fresh, new, dependable merchandise that we stand back of as merchants of long standing. LINENS and DOMESTICS $2.00 Table Damask (heavy quality) for. $1.35 Table Damask for. $1.00 Table Damask for. 4 Bleached Sheeting for.. 4 Unbleached Sheeting for. 36-iPillow Tubing for. 9-9-n. MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING $1.45 97 69 48 .44 COLORED WASH GOODS , ...f. Heavy, A Grade Straw Ticking. 35 Absorbent Toweling a bargain for. 40 Toweling for. 12 Toweling, for. i 35c- Huck Towels for. 25 Huck Towels Xtra Special Heavy Towelings per yard for Cotton Bats,, size 72x90 for.. 3-l- 34 23 19 We have one lot of Men's Hart Schaffner & Marx suits, in all wool in Blues, Greens and Browns that are absolutely worth from $38.50 to $45.00, suits that are styles in line for the coming Fall season, but we want to turn into money and so we offer this line 3lji .'. at $28.75; your choice of any suit in the lot $30.00 Suits going for. $25.00 Suits going for. $20.00 Suits going for One lot of conservative $20.00 Red Tagged at Boy's Suits worth $7.50 Boy's Suits worth $12.50 Boy's Suits worth $15.00 :. .". 27 Fancy voiles for. .44 Block pattern voiles for. .....84 $1.00 Imported swiss organdies 27c1 35 Ginghams for. .'..... ........16 20e Ginghams for 25 Percales 36-i19 wide for Xtra Special Red, Pink and Blue checked gingham 14c" effects for only 50 60 n. 9 - 26 16 8c $24.75 $19.75 $16.75 - WHITE GOODS SPECIALS and 80 White voiles for. White voiles and piques 50 White organdy for 30 White organdy for 75 58c1 styles for men worth to Red Tagged at Red Tagged at Red Tagged at $12.75 $5.45 $9.75 $11.75 $2.65 $1.95 40 b. 78 29 39 22c" .....27 18 35e 25 45 Flaxons-Longclot- h FURNITURE SPECIALS $40.00 $32.50 $27.50 $20.00 $30.00 $23.50 $19.50 $37.50 $27.50 $30.00 $25.00 $17.50 $17.50 $22.50 $15.00 Kitchen Cabinets for. Kitchen Cabinets for Kitchen Cabinets for. Library Table for. Davinette for Chiffonier for. Chiffonier for Dresser for .. Dresser for. : Round Dining Table for Square Dining Table for. Square Dining Table for Set Dining Chairs for. Set Dining Chairs for.. Set Dining Chairs for. Xtra Special Glass Dopr Kitchen Safe for.. $29.95 $24.95 $21.75 $15.75 $24.95 $16.75 $12.95 $29.95 $21.75 $23.75 $16.75 $13.75 $13.45 $17.75 $11.75 $6.75 One lot of Boy's Knee Pants at y2 Regular Price. Men's Union 'Alls for. Boy's Union Alls from $1.05 to Nainsooks Batiste Xtra Special Crisp white Dotted Swiss for. 29 19 Men's - Women's - Childrens 25c1 MEN'S SHIRTS and HATS at RED TAG PRICES $3.00 Shirts Red Tagged for $2.00 Shirts Red Tagged for One lot of dress shirts for. : Men's $3.00 Hats for. Men's $4.00 Hats for Men's $6.00 Hats for $2.19 $1.48 98 ....v. SOX and STOCKINGS d Ladies value for Misses White Ribbed Infants Silk Sox 95c1 Xtra Special Ladies per pair only drop-stitche- stockings, gray or tan, 156 Stockings 50 value for value for Stockings, white and brown 33 48c1 $2.35 $3.35 $3.95 8d Stockings White and brown .only, per pair 8c Special-Ladi- es' Xtra ' HARNESS and BRIDLES SHOE SPECIALS $22.45 $15.75 $9.95 $7.45 $4.45 $2.95 $2.29 CURTAIN MATERIALS 40 35 30 Marquisette Scrim for -- . r Blue Bird Scrim .for. Scrim for--.. , Ecru lace curtains per pair, 1 .. 28c 26 19 4WNNnmNMMIHYWIV $35.00 Double Buggy Harness for $17.50 Single Buggy Harness for $12.50 Brcechings for $9.00 Breeching for. $6.00 Black face Horse collars, for.. $4.00 All tan Horse collars for $3.50 Work Bridles for. Men's Brown Brogues for. $5.75 Men's Wide Toe or Men's Brown English Shoe for....$4.75 Men's Work Shoe, Army last for. $3.75 Men's Mule skin work shoe for $1.98 Boy's Mule skin work shoe for. $1.48 Boy's Calf dr.ess shoe for. $2.98 Ladies high heel shoes values to $10.00 for $6.45 Clean-U- p in odds and ends of Men's, Women's and Children's Low Shoes at 20 off. $10000 Carsonolas on sale for $5975 $12500 Carsonolas on sale for $7975 HARDWARE SPECIALS $3.50 Aluminum covered kettles for. $1.50 Granite Dish Pans for 50 covered buckets for. $6.50 Riffles Red Tagged for. $7.50 Riffles Red Tagged for. $9.75 Riffles Red Tagged for 2-- RUG and CARPET Specials $2.59 $1.19 26 ....... .v COOK STOVES and RANGES Only Buck Range, regular $85.00 on sale $30.00 Good Cook Stove for, $22.50 Cook Stove for. IHHI HMHUIIHUIIH 1 it' 4 $64.75 $24.75 $17.75 ! $4.85 $4.85 $7.45 $50.00 $35.00 $25.00 $27.50 $17.50 Axminster Rug for.- Velvet Rugs for Tapestry Rug for Tapestry Rug for. Congoleum Rugs for. Colorfast carpet, Rugular 75 value for $35.45 $26.50 $21.45 $23.45 $14.45 58 t VAOE FOUf TNI IRe'cKINRIDOE HEWS, CXOVIRPORT, KENTUCKY JUNE , 1M1 The Breckenridge News JNO. D. BAllAQI, EJiter aiu PvMlalier ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SIGHT PAGES 1876 ascription crlct W.OO 45th YEAR OF SUCCESS SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1921 year; fl.M for rnonthii Be 9t line tad 10c (or tch addition! iniertlon) Card per line. Obituariea charsed for of ha ratf tfvaace. Examine the label on your paper. If la (or t monthi. Buitrmt Locl 10c of Thanlci, over S llnti, charted (or at at the rate o( 6c per line, money in it not correct, pleaie notify ut. Se NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Wbca yon hare 6niihed reading your copy of THE BRECKENRIDGE a friend who la not a tubicribers do not throw it away or destroy It. NEWS hand It to WEDNESDAY,.. JUNE 22, 1921 H' t k i i l; f '. :! h' learn that the work on our bridge and the road from Hardinsburg will be in full blast within the next sixty .lavs. Attorncv W S. Ball has been sitting up"with Engineer Boggs and J the commissioners tor a weeK Mr. Johnson's 10,000 apple and peach orchard which he set out last fall, and road finally got them to move. has atis like a grandfather's first granddaughter it improves and grows more Mr. Ball should have a vote of thanks. tractive every week. xx X x you. Thos Ryan sold a car load of hogs "If more cream producers would Mr. Johnson had ten men at work last week, cleaning weeds and prun8 only study their conditions as you ing, and you could almost see the little beauties grow. Mr. Johnson has al- in Louisville, last week at cents. XXXX have done better cream would be the ways claimed that he could grow as good apples in Breckinridge as anyMrs. Noah Finley and son, James, result. Your essay will help a good where in the country, and that soon he would be shipping his apples in box- of Alton, 111., came Monday to visit many to produce better cream and it es from his orchard near Irvington, that big red variety wrapped in paper her parents, "Mr. and Mrs. Henry is our plan to publish it along with your picture in future issues of the and like those that are shipped from the Western states. From the looks Jolly, of near Hardinsburg. Blue Valley Bulletin. If you will be his orchard he will be able to make his word good. of kind enough to send us' your picture, you in good condition. This publica-w- c will see to it that it is returned to address to The Rev. Father Meyer, who delivered the commencement tion as you know is being sent out June 23, 1897, to our cream shippers every month. the young women of the Sacred Heart Acatlamy. Louisville, laid particular In Clovcrport "In order that you will be familiar emphasis on the importance of woman's place in the home instead of in Born to the wife of Chris Pcrrigo, with the manner in which these prize to do is left politics. Someone has truthfully said that what the home fails winner essays were selected, we will Monday evening, a son. that there is a big task before the for the clergy. It's apparent -(- o)endeavor to tell you briefly about it. the necessity of better clergy in bringing back to woman-kin- d Beavin Tucker, a prominent busi- The first thing we did was to separate ness man of Stephcnsport, died sud- the essays according to states, after denly Monday morning of heart dis- which wc called upon the leading authorities to select the three best We arc very sorry to learn of the critical condition of our old friend the ease, essays from their respective states. (o) of The Hon. Charles Blanford. For over forty years he has been a reader Samuel Allen and his wife died These essays were then turned over Breckenridge News, and has always had a good word for the Editor. We hope within a few hours of each other to a final tribunal, consisting of Mr. Grover, of Hoard's Dairymen, his condition will change for the better and that his life will be spared for Monday in Hancock county. They A. J. C. Larsen, of the Illinois Agriwere both 82 years old and had been Prof. many years. e years. Their coffins cultural Association and Prof. C. W. married were exactly alike and they were Larson, Chief of Dairy Division at Washington. These selected three ton. Monday He is accused of having buried in the same grave. winners from the group. By this mehis eyes on a young widow in that (o) FARM AND STOCK neighborhood. Robertson Bros., of Glendcane, thod of judging we felt we were doXXXX bought of Horace Smith, Lewisport, ing justice to all participants. Yours Co." Blue Valley shipped from Kirk, L. Rhodes Raymond Board, of Rosetta. went last week. 40 head of cattle shippers, very truly,receiving the Creamery Miss Since $25.00 Monday- a car load of lambs 13:1 aver- to Los Angeles, California, Monday at S.'t.OO. They averaged 1,300 pounds. Hcndrick received an additional prize (o- )aging 7.- pounds Butler and Skillman to see the country and locate if he Mrs. Nancy Vcssells, the aged mo- of five dollars from the Company. shipped a car load lambs and hogs could find a job. ther of W. W. Vessells died at the At a later date her essay will be pubXXXX from flamed. Bcauchamp and McCoy N. lished, as it is deemed by the aforea car load from Hamcd. V. R Keith, of Bewleyville, made home of her daughter, Mrs. Jas. Payne. Harned, Monday night of said experts to be a fine production KXXN a business trip to Louisville, Monday. of real merit and worth to all cream heart disease. XXXX J T. Hook. Homer Alexander, shippers. Miss Hendrick is fifteen (o- )The Bewleyville base ball team Frank DcHavcn, of Hardinsburg. Vic The news of the sudden death of years of age. Pile, and Charley Butler went to gives an ice cream supper at BewleyMrs. George Praut (nee Miss Latitia Louisville, Monday ville. Saturday night. x Hall), Monday at Webster where she NEW CIRCULAR OUTLINES x XXXX parPOTATO GROWING POINTS at Klijali Johnson, of Garfield. wa the John Alexander likes to talk about had been and home to visit herwas a Mrs. Wm. Hall guest of Richard Johnson, of Irving- - old times and old people in Breckin- - ents. Mr. Lexington, Ky.. June 17. It is selshock to her many friends in this city Her remains were brought to this city dom practicable to hold tubers from and'intered in the Cloverport ceme- the first crop of potatoes for seed and for this reason the seed crop is usualtery. PINE LUMBER, FLOORING, CEILING, ly planted from the middle to the (o- )Hardinsburg Mrs. Owen Cun- latter part of July, according to CirRED CEDAR SHINGLES, ningham. Mrs. V. G. Babbage, Miss- cular No. 100 which has just come SHEATHING, MOULDING, LATHS, PLASTER, es Tula Daniel and Nettie Beard are off the press at the College of Agriattending the Woman's Missionary culture and which is intended to be CEMENT, LIME, FELT ROOFING, METAL a guide for junior agricultural club meeting at Hawesville, this week, members who are growing spuds as -(- o) ROOFING, HOUSE PAINT, ROOF PAINT, VARMr. and Mrs. David Barnes, baby their club projects. The publication who has been sick for the last week, may be obtained free by. writing the NISH OIL, TURPENTINE, WINDOW GLASS, Experiment Station, Lexington. died Mondav morning. BUILDERS HARDWARE, PUMPS, WATER SYSBrandenburg Our young friend, MRS. S. W. ANDERSON WIFE TEMS, LALLEY LIGHT PLANTS, BUGGIES, has taken unto himself a OF O'BORO MERCHANT, DEAD Miss Martin, of Owensboro. wife, SURREYS, WAGONS. Airs. S. W. Anderson 75 years old -(- o)Garfield The invitations are out to Write us a card if you want to save some money. We the wedding of Mr. E. B. Norton to will give you our delivered price by return mail. Miss Effie Kinchcloc of Hardinsburg, next Tuesday, at 4 p. m. (o) Big Spring Born to the wife of Kentucky Jake Wilson, Manager Fordsville. Dan Brown, on the 13th, a daughter, e The prospects now for seeing a new bridge over Clover Creek in the process of construction by the end of summer at any rate, is issured this lime. And not only is the Clovcrport bridge contract to be let within the next thirty days, but the State Road Commissioners gave County Attorney W. Sherman Ball the statement that bids would be advertised by Sept. 1st, for the remainder of the federal highway in Breckinridge county, which includes the road from the corporate limits of Hardinsburg to Clovcrport and from the corporate limits of Clovcrport to Hawesvillc. And so it seems that we will not only have a new bridge, but within the course of this year work will have begun on the OhioRivcr Route in our section. It's, a long lane that has no turn, and surely wc have come to the turn of bridge and some roads that wc where Cloverport will have a over in case and comport. can travel ridge county. He has a fine memory and can give you the history of most of the old people now living. lie can tell you when they were born, when married, how many children they have, how many married and where located. He remarked to the writer the other day that you have in Clovcrport the oldest married cbuplc in Breckinridge county, in Mr. and Mrs. A B. Skillman, who have passed their CCth marriage anniversary. The next oldest couple he said is Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harncd, of Custer, who have'been married over 01 years. The oldest widow in the county is Mrs. Joicy Tucker, widow of Samuel Tucker and mother of Pleasant Tucker, of Harncd, who will be 94 years old next October. There arc a number of other old people I could tell you about. Will refresh my memory and give them to yoiu some other time. WINS $25 PRIZE IN ESSAY CONTEST FROM 738 CONTESTANTS Miss Hcndrick, Elizabeth Hardinsburg, Gives Best Method of Producing More Cream. Recently the Blue Valley Creamery Co., of Chicago, III., buyers of cream offered a prize of $25.00 to the one wife of the founder of the 5. W. Anderson Conipany, Owensboro, one of the largest retail establishments in Western Kentucky, died, suddenly at her late home in Owensboro on Saturday morning. Mrs. Anderson was widely known for her benevolences. She is survived by her husband and four, daughters and two sons. 3,491 SCOTTISH RITE MASONS G1V S4MM TO STARVING CHINA Washington, June 8. Forty thousand dollars, a donation from th Supreme Council, Scottish Rites Masons, was cabled yesterday by the State Department to Minister Crane at Pekin for aiding the starving Chinese. 30 PURE BRED HORSES ON KENTUCKY will keep one famine victim alive for Minister Crane has reported that days. $1 FARMS. a t Bryant, of Stephcnsport, went over to McQuady, Monday to build a fine barn for Will Davis. Mr. Bryant has built as many barns in Breckinridge county as any other man in the county. C. S. XXXX XXXX It looks now from what wc can composing the best essay, subject, "How I can produce the Best Cream Under Conditions Which Prevail On My Farm." Miss Hcndrick is the daughter of C. G. and Mrs. Lula Hcndrick, near Hardinsburg, Ky. On May 31. 1921, Miss Hcndrick received the following letter: "Chicago, 111., May 31st, 1921 Elizabeth Ann Hendrick, Hardinsburg, Ky. Dear Miss: First prize amounting to $25.00 for the best essay on 'How I Can Produce the Best Cream Under Conditions Which Prevail on My Farm,' was awarded to you and wc are pleased to enclose our check for this amount. Your essay was selected out of a total of 736 coining from 19 states, including the Dominion of Canada. You have a splendid essay and we want to congratulate The total number of horses on farms in Kentucky on January 1, 1920, was 382,443; the total number of cattle, 1,093,333; of sheep, 707,845; and of swine, l,50.43i. The 3,491 horses represent 0.9 per cent of all horses on farms in the d cattle represent state; the 1.8 per cent of all cattle; the purebred sheep, 08 per cent of all. sheep; d swine 2.2 per cent and the of all swine. pure-bred pure-brepure-bre- . E. O. EXCELL, PUBLISHER RELIGIOUS SONGS, DEAD. AMERICAN SOLDIERS RE-TUR- N WITH FOREIGN WIVES Prof, E. O. Excel!, evengclist, choir leader and publisher of a great many religious songs, died in a Chicago hospital Saturday. Prof. Excell suffered a heart attack while assisting in the Gypsy Smith revival in Louisville, last October and never entirely recovered. Prof. Excell is said to have amassed a large fortune in the song publishing business. He started life as a bricklayer in San Francisco. BEARD'S RED TAG SALE annual Red Tag Sale offering Beard's well known "Quality" of merchandise at reduced prices. In this issue of The Breckenridge News, the firm carries a page advertisement quoting a number of their sale prices on their best merchandise. Read it I On Friday, June 24, B. F. Beard & Co., of Hardinsburg, will open their Two hundred and six American soldiers with their wives from foreign countries including France, Belgium, Italy, Austria, Germany and ten other countries, arrived in New York recently aboard transport Cambria. With them were 90 children who arc Americanized by the marriage of their mothers to enlisted men of the U. S. army and navy. nisfisBBBBBi if, 24 YEARS AGO now-a-da- home-maker- s. Sold only by dealers &n fifty-fiv- give tire mileage at the lowest cost in history xxx 30x31 NON-SKID RED-TO- P CORD $15.00 $22.00 $27.50 Reduction on all styles and sizes K-- WEATH-ERBOARDIN- G, j A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product Dick-pitt- i. Fordsville Planing Mill Co. ANNOUNCEMENT! Mr. Edsel B. Ford, President of the Ford Motor Company, Gives Out the Following Statement: "Another reduction has been made in the list price of all types of Ford cars and the Ford truck to take effect immediately. The list prices, f. o. b. Detroit, are now as follows: TOURING CAR. RUNABOUT COUPE ..$415.00 -- $370.00 SEDAN. C HASSIS. .$695(00 .$700.00 .5345.00 -- $495.00 -- $625.00 -- u for Ford cars, particularly during the past three months permitting maximum production, have made another price reduction possible immediately. "Ford business for April and May 1921 was greater by 56,633 cars and trucks than- for the same two months in 1920; in fact, the demand has been even greater than the supply, so that our output has been limited, not by unfilled orders but by manufacturing facilities. "During May we produced 101,424 Ford cars and trucks for sale in the United States alone the biggest month in the history of our company and our factories and assembly plants are now working on a 4,000 car daily schedule for June. "The Fordson tractor is still being sold at less than the cost to produce account of the recent big price reductions, and it is impossible, therefore, to make any further cut in the price of the tractor." Can you afford to go without a car any longer when Fords are selling at these new low prices? There is no reason now why you should delay purchasing a Ford car, Ford truck, or Fordson tractor. We will gladly advise you concerning the delivery of a Fordson tractor or the particular type of car in which you are interested. Just 'phone us or drop us a card. - "The big reductions last fall were made in anticipation of low material costs which we are now getting the benefit of, and this fact together with increased manufacturing efficiency and the unprecedented demand Union Star Mrs. Bettie Ann Rick-ett- s died at the home of her Mr. D. S. Richardson here June 13, aged 74 years. She leaves six children and an aged husband to mourn their loss. (o- )Ed Farmers are not talking politics, but giving their attention to tobacco, wheat, corn and things about the farm. They are deeply interested in farm work and the how of doing it (o- )Here are our congratulations to our old friend, Bob Robertson, who is bordering on the shady side of 00. It is a boy, a handsome, fine looking youngster, born on the evening of June '24. A boy baby is the grandest addition ever made to a household, -(- o)The more we travel over Breckinridge county, the more in love we are with it and the prouder wc are that she is our native county. Grand old Breckinridge the best county of them all. Her flowers are the sweetest, her women the prcttiset and best, and her men the grandest. Who would not live in old Breckinridge son-in-la- -(- o) Theman ahead M M tvAe aets Is the man with definite goal in view who has de- ia veloped the habit of thrift, who his health, his savings. is careful of his time, The man who doesn't save looked upon with suspicion, while the man who does commands respect and is paving the way to a prosperous future. is For- - Determine today's the day to start, ' ' . ''V Sewing Machines Supplies Needles and Oil BRECKINRIDGE-BAN- K and For First Class Watch Repairing Sit T. C. LEWIS, OF CLOVERPORT T. J. HOOK HARDINSBURG, d SONS KY. Jeweler Hardlntbu'rg, Kentucky 5,:H . t i ' v,- -' -- JUNK If, 1M1 (Jiff fclueri THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, Sfnmi M, 1M1 Ky. CLOVSXPORT, .' i . .' ", lpm iiiitppyi Cool Wash Goods At a Refreshing Price The warm weather has probably made you realize how many, many thin, summery things its going to i, aitf KENTUCKY PAGE FIVE Vmkttirftgr JUNE at (he SOCIETY ITEMS iOf l classified Advertisements NOTE Please notify the editor wi.vu desire advertisements discontinued. WEDNESDAY, tou Persohal Interest i Pst Office at CloYerprt, second elait matter. MENTS. To Mr. Clyde R. Mill Bubenzer Married , Walter. lATZB FOR POLITICAL .) f ANNOUNCE- 2.(10 ' ft f . rot for Far ror far 'j - i unices. State and Dittrict Ooue. -- iw. Calls, per line i,arus, per line. all Publications in the Intereit ol tadirlduals or expression ol Inditld- 40 aal viewi, per line P..tnt county -- "- .n.4 fit flAtf.. w...-- v c foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION l Ffc;. " Miss Adcle Frymirc, of Union star, has gone to Lexington, where she will attend the six weeks summer school of the University of Kentucky. ooo f.l Dr. C. S. Suddarth, of Chicago, spent Sunday evening with his sister, Mrs. B. H. Parrish, and Dr. Parrish. Miss Katherinc Reidel, of Holt has returned home after a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Annie Schriber, of Tell City. h E I ft W Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Graham and ooo sons, Roy and James Graham, and Miss Rubic Stevens, of Louisville, 74th Birthday Anniversary. were the weekend guests of Mr. Celebration of Mrs. Carter's Graham's sister, Mrs. Clyde Morri son, and Mr. Morrison. Several of her children, grandchildren and a few neighbors gathered at Misses Elizabeth and Clare Morris, the country home of Mrs. Kate Carof Big Spring, arc visiting their aunt, ter last Wednesday in celebration' of Mrs. B. H. Springgatc, and Mr. Mrs. Carter's seventy-fourt- h birthday Springgate. anniversary. A 'sumptous dinner was ooo served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Master John C. Lcitch, Jr., of Ben E. Frank Carter and children, KathAvon; Pa., arrived Sunday evening erinc, Ruth, Robert, Stafford, Marion for a visit with his grandmother, Mrs. and Richard; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rebecca Lightfoot. Carter and son, Floyd, Jr., Mr. Berooo Hcndrick-so- n Carter, Mrs. O. Mr. Charles Mays, of Webster, nard and daughter, Miss W. Mildred spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Bohler. ooo ooo Miss Lillian May will leave Friday Birthday Party For or Bowling Green to enter the sum- - Little Misses Carson. ier school at the State Normal. Mrs. John Carson entertained on The Ursuline Sisters of St. Rose Saturday afternoon with a birthday school have gone to Mt. St. Joseph, party in honor of her two daughters, near Owcnsboro, during the vacation Minnie Lee and Helen, who celebratperiod. ed their twelfth and ninth birthday ooo anniversaries. Mrs. David B. Phelps and children The guests werc:Vera Dugan, VirKatherinc, Billy and Nancy Phelps, ginia, Rosalia and Ernestine Lewis, have returned from a three weeks visit Bessie Kcil, Annie May, Frances Martin, Stsjc Hemphill, Sybcllc Berry, Eva May, Helen Berry, MarTELEPHONE J Office Residence 56 garet May, Louise Black, Eva Margaret Black, Esther Furrow, Mildred BAUCUM DR. JESSE Nail, Frances Lee Newton, Eleanor Martin, Eva Pate, Kathertne Phelps, DENTIST CL0VERPORT, KENTUCKY Frances Stpn'res, Marie Cook. Margaret Pauley, Elmer Lee Newton, OFFICE HOURS Margaret Newsom, Charlie Lee and 1 to 5 P. M. 8 to 12 A. M. Annie Louise Hamman, Virginia Downs, Dorothy May, Anna Bell Gregory. Magdeline Harper, Artclia Bownc, Betsy Bowne, Pauline Miller, Increase Marie Gregory, George F. Crist, and Susie Ahl. of Holt. Mrs. A. C. DuYour Sheep gan, Mrs. L. V. Chapin, Mrs. Henry Lewjs, Mrs. Wm. Hoffious- - and Miss by Better Grade Sheep Lena May. Hcn-drickso- n. Rome, Ind., June So. (Special To The Brcckcnridgc News) On Saturday evening at six o'clock in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Bubenzcr of Rome, Ind., their daughter Miss Irene Bubenzcr was married to Mr. Clyde R. Walters, of Tell City, Ind. The ceremony was said by Rev. A. B. Meyer, pastor of the First Evangelical church, of Tell City. The only attendant was Miss Mary C. Hardin, of Rome, who was the maid of honor. After the ceremony a wedding'sup-pc- r was served. The brida was attired in a blue taffeta dress with which she carried pink Kilarney roses. The maid of hoior's dress was pink swiss, and her flowers were Marie Lconida's roses. Mr. and Mrs. Walters will spend the summer at the home of the bride's parents. In September they will go to Tell City, where Mr. Walters will resume his work as principal of the North building in the Tell City Public school. The groom was in the army during the World War. The bride is a niece of Dr. E. M. Wedding, and Mrs. Wedding, of Cloverport. ww.m WANTED ( FOR SAt.E One Stallion, sorrel with a star In forehead, 10 12 hands high, Rood sad dler and his colts are all good saddlers, lie FOR STATE SENATOR Is nine years old. George N. Duttchke, We are authorised to announce Pal Garner, owner ami keeper, Lodiburg, Write me or come to see me about the horse, fit tf of Breckinridge County, as a candidate for nomination to the office of State Senator, subFOR SALE Gasoline Filtering Station, to. ject to the action of the Republican Party cated on best street in Owensboro, S gas in this the Tenth Senatorial District of the counties of Breckinridge, Graypumps, 4 oil pumps, 2,200 gallon storage tanks and office. Call at K0H Fredlca St., son, Hancock and Hart. Owensboro, or write II. Driskell, Clover-porWe authorised Ky. 52 It Parks, are Breckinridgeto announce Dr. S. P. of county, as a candidate for nomination to the office of State FOR SALE Fresh, thoroughbred Jersey cow Senator, subject to the action of the RepubSatisfaction guaranteed. Joseph Dallmait, lican party In this the 10th Senatorial DisC2 tf Cloverport, Ky. trict, composed of the counties of BreckinFOR SALE Hickory splints, hand made ridge, Grayson, Hancock and. Hart. chair weaving 30 seats for $1.00. Prepaid. FOR REPRESENTATVE David Hardin, Itawesville, Ky. 52 1 We are authorised to announce Judge G, FOR SALE Ford Touring car, good as new. W, Newman, of Hancock County, as a canWill exchange for stock cattle or approved didate for Representative in the district compaper. C. V. Robertson, Hardinsburg, Ky. posed of Breckinridge and Hancock Counties, subject to the action of the Republican party GO tf ' in the August Primary. rOR SALE Three high grade Bl Type Poland China Boars. Something nice. .1 A. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Waggoner, Hardinsburg, Ky. Home 2. It) tf We are authorized to announce Judge J. R. Layman as a candidate for to FOR SALE Old newspapers, 5c a bunch, the office of Circuit Judge of this District, Dreckenridge News office, Cloverport, Ky, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary Election, August 0, 1021. FOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mortgages. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK The Breckenridge News, Cloverport. Ky. We are authorized to announce D. D. Dowell as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Breckinridge County, subject to the action of the Republican Primary, Saturday, August A farm hand with small family 0, 1021. WANTED to work for wages. House and. garden stuff furnished also fire wood. Address Box 20, FOR COUNTY JUDGE .12 3t Hardinsburg, Ky. We are authorized to announce J'. M. Basham as a candidate for Judge of BreckWANTED LIVE FOXES inridge County, subject to the action of the WANTED Live foxes, both red and grey. Republican Primary, Saturday, August 0, Take any number. Must We sound. O. B. 1021. Vaughhn, Garfield, Ky. 47 Ot . We are authorized to announce Jesse M. Howard as a candidate for Judge of Breckinridge County subject to the action of the Miss Willis spent several days iif the Democratic primary, Saturday Aug. 0, 1021. homes of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. RanFOR COUNTY CLERK dall and Mr. and Mrs. Edward WebWe are authorized to announce Arthur T. er, after leaving the infirmary. Beard as a candidate for County Court Clerk ooo of Breckinridge County, subject to the action Miss Mabel McCracken, of Louis of the Republican Primary election, Saturday villc, was the guest of Miss Mary Joe Aug. 0, 1021. ANNOUNCEMENTS POI.ITir A I ij. com-poie- d t, take to keep you dainty and charming this summer. Here are some of the materials: Organdie, :i(J-i- n. 38-i- 38-i- nfi-i- 95c nice quality in fancy and plain colors. Voile, 50c wide, per yard Volies, a new line of polka dots, that's all the rage. 50c wide, per y" Dotted Swiss in plain white, good quality, 50c wide, per yard Flaxon, plain and checks and stripes, 50c and 75c wide, per yard Ginghams, a good line of large and small plaids OA and OK and stripes. Per yard &Jj "1 te a wide, per yard a beautiful lot in all the shades n. n. .in-ii- i. Skirting, white in novelty strip designs. wide, per "'l !10-i- $1.00 " $1.25 J. C. NOLTE & BRO. ITEMS ORDERS SALE OF LEASES ON PROPERTY OF MRS. E. WEBB At the June term of court in last week, Judge R. V. Slack took action in the case of the suit over the estate of the late Mrs. Eliza Webb, of Hawesville. Judge Slack drew up an order directit g the sale of the nmtey-nin- e year L'ase on some $25,000 worth of land belonging to Mrs. Webb in Hancock county. Mrs. Webb intended that the proceeds of the land should go to the I Methodist church in that county for years, but when the next ninety-nin- e the will was construed in the court of appeals it was found that it provided that the land should go to the church after that time. Therefore the lease on the land is to he sold until the expiration of that period. Haw-csvillc BRIEF LOCAL ever-beari- Mattingly, Wednesday and Thursday, ooo Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Taylor, of Louisville, were the week-enguests of Mrs. Sallic Moorman. Mr. and Mrs. Enps Tuley have returned to their home in Evansville, after a visit with Mrs. Tulcy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Brickcy, of Mattingly. d FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce W. C. Pate, as candidate for Sheriff of Breckinridge County, subject to the action of the Republican Primary, Saturday, Aug. C, 1021. We are authorized to announce Lee Alexander, of Harned, as a candidate for Sheriff of Breckinridge County subject to the action of the Democratic party. Primary Election August C. FOR MAGISTRATE 6TH MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT We are authorized to announce R. D. Fish-eof Kockvale, as a candidate for Magistrate in the Cth Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, August 0. A box of strawberries was presented to the Editor of The Breckenridge News on Monday by Mrs. C. A. Compton. They were grown in her garden. The berries are as large and as luciotts as those grown the first of the strawberry season. S6-- Profits Farmers ooo gf Pp "u L Better Sire Sales Bourbon Stock Yards Miss Weatherholt and Mr. P. O. Hunter Marry Today. The marriage of Miss Cleona Weatherholt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Weatherholt, and Mr. Patrick Owen Hunter, of Red Bluff, Calif., will be solemnized in Louisville, Wednesday afternoon, June 22, at 4 o'clock in the parsonage of the Fourth Avenue Baptist church, the Rev. Dr. John F. Fraser, officating. The bride will wear her traveling suit of blue tricollete with a blue taffeta hat and a corsage of Madame Ward roses. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter will leave for their home in Red Bluff, Calif., on Monday. Before leaving Kentucky, they will spend Thursday and Friday with Mr. Hunter's mother, Mrs. Lucy Hunter, of Glen Dean, and the week-en- d here with Mrs. Hunter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Weatherholt. Louisville, Kentucky P F 200 Purebred Bucks and Ewes 2,000 High Grade Ewes wit be sold to Farmers AT AUCTION I: R, K jffi August 11th, 1921 ie- , & WC f ' Pf, jc mfi Pp- - This series of sales is merely to improve the breeding of livestock in Kentucky and is conducted by the Louisville Livestock Ex- change without profit. It is indorsed by: The United States Government The Kentucky College of Agri- culture The Kentucky Puoebred Live- stock Association K? It. & cut Owensboro and ers; 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 PlaliCFlgiires with Mrs. Phelps' mother. Mrs. J. W. Crenshaw, of Versailles. Miss Phelps has as her guest Miss Elizabeth Mas-tiwho came home with her Friday Write for information to evening. o o The Louisville Livestock Miss Martha Willis arrived home Mr. and Mrs. C A. Compton spent Louisville, Friday evening from Exchange where she recently underwent an op- Sunday with Mrs. Compton's brother, eration at St". Joheph's Infirmary. Mr. Eli Chapin, and Mrs. Chapin. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. May, Miss Eva May and Miss Kate May, of Canucltou, Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. May, of Stuebenvillc, O., motored here Sunday and were guests of Misses Eva and Eliza May. Under Present Man Established by M. HammaR, 1M9 ooo agement Since 1896 Mrs. Sam Ramsey is in East St. Louis visiting her sister, Mrs. Leo Palmier, and Mr. Palmier. ooo FURNITURE DEALERS, FUNERAL Mr. Walter Weisenberg left ThursAND EMBALMERS DIRECTORS day for Ratton, New Mexico, where Kentucky and Indiana License he will be indefinitely. He is at tlte home of Mr. Raymond Pate, formerly of Cloverport, and Mrs. Pate. flowLouisville agency for n, CI Dr. B. H. Parrish, Mrs. Parrish and children, Clyde, Daniel and Mary Elizabeth Parrish, were Jn Tobinsport guests of Mrs. Parrish's the week-enmother, Mrs. Mary Suddarth and brother, Dr. C. S. Suddarth, of Chica- and Roberta fierce, of Cleveland, O., go. arc guests of Mr. Pierce's parents, ooo Mr. and Mrs. George Fuqua and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Pierce at Rose daughters, Misses Cecelia, Josephine Hill. ooo and Havia and son, George, Jr.. of Mrs. Frank L. Moorman. Ft. Birmingham, Ala., visited Mrs. Worth, Texas, who Mailed from New aunt, Mrs: Rose O'Reilly, and York City. June Hi. has arrived at other relatives last Wednesday and Lallarve. France, where she will visit Thursday. her parents, M. and Madame Genaillc. ooo Miss Mabel O Council and cousin, The Woman's Missionary Society Miss Jessie Haycraft returned to of the Lucile Memorial Presbyterian their home in McQuady, after spend- church will meet at the church Friing a few days with Miss O'ConneTs day evening of this week. aunts, Mrs. J. T. O'Connell and Mrs. ooo Rose O'Reilly. Mr. and Mrs. Kemp. Mrs. Eastooo man. Miss Corrine Kemp anil Miss The following motorists composed Lucile Eastman motored here Tuesa party to Tell City last Sunday day from Cannelton. where they were guests of Mrs. Jordan: Mrs. T. J. Harrington, Misses ' RESOLUTIONS Clara, Lucilc, Rhuma B' and Elizabeth Harrington; Mr. and Mrs. O. From W. M. U.. McQuady, Ky. W. Hcndrickson and daughter. MilWhereas, on April L'S, VXi, God in dred; Miss Ollie Waggoner, Messrs. Shelby Harrington, and Virgil Frank. his infinite wisdom called home our beloved sister. Mrs. Dorcas Frank, Miss Eloise Nolte will leave Friday who was so faithful in all christian for Chicago, where she will enter the activities and one whom we all loved. Department of Music of the Univer- Therefore be it resolved: sity of Chicago for a six weeks sumFirst, that we as members of Cormer course in piano forte music. inth W. M. U.. have lost a faithful ooo member, the husband and children, Mr. Forrest Dryden Weatherholt, a loving wife and devoted mother. who was graduated last week from But we bow in submission to the will the University of Kentucky, Lexing- of God, that in all things His will ton, is at home to spend the summer not ours be done. with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. MarSecond, that we extend to the sorion Weatherholt. rowing family and friends our heartooo in this their loss, which Mrs. E. C. Nail and children. Miss felt sympathy Nail, Jr., is Heaven's eternal gain. And comMildred Nail and Edward Heavenly Father, mend them to have gone to Fulton, Ky.. for a visit who alone has our power to comfort the with Mrs. Nail's mother, Mrs. Wright and heal their broken hearts. ooo Third, that a copy of these resoluMiss Leonora McGavock left Friday for Lexington, where she will tions be sent The Breckenrnlge News take a six weeks course in the teach- and Western Recorder for publicaer's summer school of the- Univer- tion, a copy be furnished the bereaved family and also be recorded in sity of Kentucky. ooo the minutes of the society. Mrs. Win. Brickcy Miss Lucinda Younger, of LouisMiss Mildred Lyons ville, is Visiting in the home of Mr. , Miss Pearl Lyons, Com. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman. d Fu-qua- r, Miss Mary Virginia Dwyer was graduated from the Sacred Heart Academny, Louisville, last week, receiving an academic diploma. Miss Dwyer is remembered in Cloverport, having spent last summer here with Mrs. Kate Carter. i . I I 's In assigning two Engine crews to the Branch Passenger runs, Engineer Morrison and Fireman Murphy drew Nos 111) and 111. while Engineer AT A LECTURE Kramer and Fireman Mitchell held "I'm glad I wore my Canton crape. , Irv-- i I in. the trump card on II'.' and I sec that Mrs. Jones has one; mgtoit Herald. Just glance at Maud's black satin cape """ A public sale was held in the livery , It's quite the smartest Peggy's done. ' stable at the West end of the bridge Saturday afternoon to dispose of odds J. M. Howard Glen Dean. Ky. Son, Prop. and ends of tools, farming implements, harness etc., belonging to the 'late Dr. F. L. Lightfoot. Mr. J N. BULLS Grandson of WhiteConkwright cried the alc. hall Sultan. ' I . & HOWARD FARMS HEIFERS of Whitehall Sultan. COWS In calf to a son of Rodney. Also Dairy Cattle. I j years old for twenty vears vardmaster of the Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis ranroau, cncci Wednesday, lie was the third of the Company's oldest employes who have succumbed in a week's time. ii.) o Mr. William J. Stone. Grandadughters DUROC HOGS OF ALL KINDS 1st Class Stock, Satisfaction Guaranteed Will take in exchange any kind of common stock. It will pay you to see my herd Now is time to buy Pure Bred Stock SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS Big Type Poland Chinas Several Poland China Gilts bred to farrow in June and July, one good boar weighing about 150 pounds in thin flesh and as nice a lot of February pigs as we ever raised. Also nine October gilts weighing about 150 to 160 pounds and as pretty as pictures and all priced very reasonably-anpedigrees recorded free. W. J. OWEN & SONS, R. 1, HARDINSBURG, KY. REV. ENGLISH HAS NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH Amnions, Ky., June 21. (Special) The Rev. H. S. English, of this ptace had a narrow escape from death this week. The Rev. Mr. English, in attempting to clean a gasoline tank for hauling water, dropped a lighted match into it when the tank exploded, blowing a large hole in the ground. English escaped Mr. Fortunately without serious injury. M. HAMMAN SON BRECKINRIDGE CO. MINISTER SUES FOR SLANDER C. .SOLE OWNER Cfavcrpwrt, Keatacby Ciuab. Fkaac at, Bay ar Nlfjbt W. Hamman ? J. John Rhodes. Mr. Jas. Frank, of Addisotf was in town Saturday. ooo Mr. Jesse Owen, of Louisville, js here to spend a fortnight with his mother, Mrs. J. T. Owen. ooo Deeds, Contracts, Mortgages, legally drawn, V. G. Babbagc Attorney and Notary ruiiiic Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Pierce and daughters. Jeanette. Anna Duncan M. Elizabethtown, Ky., JuueH. N. Cralle, a Virtrecs merchant was Mrs. George Merritt, of Holt, was sued for $10,o00 damages for alleged in Cloverport, Saturday. slander by the Rev, Noah Bennett, n o of Breckinridge county. The suit was H. Quiggins and two child- filed here. Mrs. N. Bennett alleged that ren, Agnes and Dorothy, spent Mon- Cralle called him a "lowdown, lying day in Addison with Mr. and Mrs. thief." Dr. O. E. HART VETERINARY SURGEON Will be in HARDINSBURG, KY.. on the 4th MONDAY IN EACH MONTH The question of your having money is up to you alone. You must put money in the bank if you're going to have any. With a bank account, you have the respect of the people you know, the respect of yourself, and the confidence of those for whom you work. By putting money in the bank every payday you will have enough some day to establish a business of your own. BEARD BROS. Hardiasfaurg. Ky. LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO Dlfi la FARMERS J .V BANK & TRUST CO. HARDINSIURG, KY. ., 'U'"" PAflK SIX n TMI IRK'CKINRIDOE NEWS, . CLOVERPORT, KIKTUCKY I JUNE It, ltll A . FREIGHT RATES ON COAL INCREASED All. Western Kentucky Coal Increased 15c a Ton. Ky., June 15. The InCommerce commission today terstate refused to suspend the order increasing freight rates for coal from Kentucky mines to Louisville and Cincinnati as announced by the LouisSouthern and ville and Nashville, other roads, the increases to become effective tomorrow, June 16. At the same time Lexington, Ky., which has been over charged, secures a reduction in rates. The rates which become effective tomorrow increase price of all Western Kentucky grades by fifteen cents A ton. Eastern Kentucky coals have not been moving on a flat rate for all grades, but on a graduated scale, resulting in Eastern Kentucky screencents ings taking an increase of XI a ton; mine run 21 cents and prepared sizes, Such as lump, egg and block 8 cents a ton increase. It was recently estimated by local coal interests and consumers that the increased freight rates would run between $250,-00- 0 and ?:too,ooo for Louisville alone the consumer paying the bill, while New Albany and JelTersonville, Ind.; Newport, Covington, and other towns will also have to pay the increase. In view of the fact that the general tendency m freight rates is down- Louisville, l- -: 1- J the ward, instead of upward, many coal OLDEST M. E. CHURCH Surrounding cemetery St. METHODIST OPPOSE , men and consumers had figured that FIQHT George's church. IS IN PHILADELPHIA The Franklin Square site was fav- the Interstate Commerce commission Washington, June 10. Declaring would refuse to grant the increase. orcd by Mayor Moore, the Philadel- Although the increase to Louisville May Be Moved From Its Present Site nhia Chamber of Commerce and". that it was astonishing that "any is an intrastate matter rather than an other organizations. state in uic inicncan union would Make Way For a Bridge interstate matter, the Kentucky State tolerate an exhibition not only bloody Railroad commission refused to hanand brutal in itself, but intended to 13. Philadelphia, An impasdle it, leaving it to the Interstate sioned appeal June deface historic MERCHANTS AND MANUappeal to all that is abysmal in the not to FACTURERS BLDG. AT average man,", the Board of TemperCommerce commission to settle. St. George's Methodist Episcopal STATE FAIR COST $300,000 ance and Public Morals of the MethChurch, the oldest church of that deodist Episcopal church, issued a in America, by moving it nomination A building costing $300,000 and statement, today condemning the from its present site to make way for fight to be held the proposed S28,no,000 bridge be- having 38,o00 square feet of display tween tin's city and Camden, N. J space known as the Merchants' and at Jersey City July 2. All "right thinkBuilding is being ing Americans," the statement said, was voiced today by Bishop Thomas Manufacturers' B, Ncclcy at the first public hearing erected on the' Kentucky State Fair "ought to sec to it that this is the at Louisville. The structure last prize fight fought on American of the Bridge Commission, Mrs. Wendelkin Renews Should the engineers carry out a will be completed by Sept. 1, ready soil." Boxing was characterized as ".. Mr. J. D. Babbagc. Dear Sir: Find plan to have the Philadelphia tcminus for the fair, i he coming fair has the enclosed .0c for The Brcckcnridgc at Franklin Square, St. George's prospects of being the greatest ever. perfectly harmless, character-buildin- g sport," but the Miss Addie G. Ditto, of Louisville, News for three months. Very res- church would be included in property bout the statement said, "will not Mrs. H. W. Wendelkin, 2:13 that would have to he condemned. will again have charge of the Wopectfully. be boxing or anything like boxing. Bishop Ncclcy scofTcd at a suggestion man's Department at the fair. Drake St., Jonesboro, Ark. It has been suggested that Louisthat the church would be moved safe-- 1 Bncc Poultry Farm ly to another and more popular part ville inaugurate an Invitation Week, REPORT DECLINES IN RETAIL Mr. Jno. D. llnlibatrc Clovrrnort, of the city. the object being to get 10,000 Louis- PRICES FOR MEN'S CLOTHES. Kj. Dear Mr Bnbbagc: Please The graves of some of Philadcl-phia- 's ville citizens to invite visitors there Chicago, June 17. MciVs clothing change the ndru.s of my Hrcckcu-ritlg- e earliest tattlers arc located in during fair week. News from Mansfield, Ark. to Abbott. Ark. With pleasant recollections of my childhood days in Clover-por- t, and with kindest regards to yourself and family, remain, Very truly vottrs, Mrs. K. C. Brice, Abbott, J and furnishing goods have dropped 25 to no per cent, from the peak of war prices, according to compilations made by the National Association of !. jciau rl.iL! najv.iuinicrs. rTt.- - assuciauuu at.inc ttres were obtained lrom 700 retail-er- s. -- .: gm LETTERS WE APPRECIATE Dcmpscy-Carpcnti- cr ! Only 0 per cent of the merchant showed depreciations as low as per cent. A majority of clothiers reported depreciations of 30 to 40 per cent, on ''J lurntsmng goods and similar redtic- -. tions were reported for shoes. Merchants of Eastern States re ported their overhead expenses aver- aged 2S.7 per cent, for the first four months of 1021, as against 22.3 per cent, for the same period in 1020. j When Mrs. D. S. Thompson, of Waynesboro, Penn,, cut open a pump- - t' km the other da'y she found that the t seeds inside had sprouted and a vine ', tilled the interior, lnc pulp was in Dcrfcct condition and the shell had not been broken. The plant was trans- planted and is now growing mightily. l 'i I Dempsey-Carpcn-ti- cr 1 Ark. Dear Sir: Please change the address my paper from Flora, 111, to Evansville. Intl.. No. l Cutter Ave. R F. D. Ko. S Please change at once as we do not want to miss a single copy. Yours very truly, Mrs. J. E. of Couty. A Year's Subscription Mr. Jno. D. Babbagc: Enclosed is the price of a year's subscription for The Brcckcnridgc News. S. K. Vessels, Louisville, Ky. Uses Clubbing Rate Mr. Jno. D. Babbagc. Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: Please find enclosed a check for $G.()() for which I wish to al Couty's Move to Evansville. Mr. J. D. Babbage. Cloverport. Ky. mH"Ii'I nan n. unutual Diamond calats, WHERE TO DEAL FIN LOUISVILLE Bosler's Garage 423 Quality nrdBi Nickel mi. nil Oar $100 Diamond Cluster Ring h an unuiual value. Write lor prices of other LEMON & SON 512 Incorporated Since 182S Fourth Ave. South Third Street The South's Largest Cleaners and Dyers Amrrtratt 5Jy? fflorhfi 312 E. and Silver Pliting Brass Beds Refinished 448 S. :i Stege Brass & Plating Works STORAGE BY DAY OR NIGHT Walnut St. Fifth St. KHP OUR SHIPS ON THE SEVEN SEAS subscribe for The Brcckcnridgc News for one and the daily Courier-Journyear. Yours" truly, P. D. Hawkins. Stephcnsport, Ky. Miss-Sutto- Spectacles Fourth and Chestnut St. ESTABLISHED 003 1 CgD zmwr ftiSitfF Eye Glasses Incorporated Louisville. 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DOLFINGER & CO. 642 FOURTH AVENUE CHINA-GLASSW- ARE A tm&fazM Commercial School larmunoN or ummm TRAINS YOUNG PEOPLE FOR GOOD EMPLOYMENT AND SUCCESS II, ammit t- - acam or rcu ernce.uuiitiut.1T. n:ruj:i.in,ii:ijM:i lermont Cafeteria "The Home of 423 WEST MARKET stsuuaiv ncoaroaATto cnridgc News for six months. Yours truly. Allen Dowel!, Mommouth. Route 7, 111. A New Subscriber Mr. John D. Babbage. Cloverport.. Ky. Dear Sir: Find enclosed $1.00 for which please send me The Brcck- House Furnishing Goods GIFT GOODS A SPECIAL. FEATURE ' Good Food" STREET Hilliken Battery Service Co. Distributors of "To Your Health and Happiness" Rudolph 230 W. Market & Bauer W. Jefferson New Muldoon Monument Ct. BEST WALL PAPER Miss Board Renews. Mr. Babbage: Am enclosing $1.00 for six mouths subscription to The Breckenridgc News. Yours truly, Miss Sue M. Board, Big Sprink. Ky. Willard Batteries 435 CANDY MAKERS 219 E. BROADWAY Monuments. Markers and M era o r i a 1 s 625-62- 7 T. B. 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Mall S. S. Co., 45 l)rjday. New York. N Y. ork and ( uba Mall Ward Line. (Ne S. S. tlo) Fool of Wall Slieet, New York, N. Y. Free use of Shipping Board films U.e of Shipping Board motion picture lilms. lour reels, Irte on request of any nusor, pallor, poMnwilcr, or organization. A Rreat educational picture of ships and the tea Write for informl.aue. Director Information ation to Bureau. Room 'Ml. HI" "F" Sweet. N. W., Waslimstoii, IX C. 11 By Parcel Post. KODAKS Appreciated the Compliment ORDERS GIVEN IMWrite For Pricea All Varieties. Kditor of The Breckenridge News. MEDIATE ATTENTION Conkeu ' Buttermilk Starling Food Cloverport. Ky. Dear Sir: Upon my return home after several days ab- W. D. GATCHEL & SONS find a nrtrkt'd copy of our sence I Fifth and Walnut Louisville 2io W. Market St. paper containing the little arti-dLouisville, Ky. WMte to the New York Herald with refeicnce to the Maysville ,Jike certainly appreciate the fact" that you thought it worth Hay Grain Very truly yours. Robert A Crccli-r.tL.HI'.H'fM City Elevator and Warehouse Mavsvillc. Kv 1 c MAIL "BABY CHICKS" Auto Tops Recovered particular In Interest our out ol town customer:! and are equipped to give one day service on recoverlnr tops cars brought In the morning- - can be finished the Fame daj. Stop In and see nsmplesot the high trade materials we use and let u figure on your work. 31 Weat Main St, IfllKF VFC bU. LOUISVILLE, KY? We list Your Farms TO With tale haller'sTet shop Oscar Farmer & Sons QUALITY WHEELER REALTY TO AUCTION MEAL esTATe SALES ssanuumn service thai Satisfies n 9 1 The' Rehm-Zeih- er (Incorporated) Co. Street n. Investment Securities No. 430 West Main Bvd vAalsl WVlflra infgggaM lit SUirS FOR SALE (7 Awirrita ritittmi naif) Steel itcaauri, ,Viuth oil mil coil burners. Alio wood ttcaincrf, wood bulla ind ocn-ioin- l lufi. Further obliineJ by requllt. information For sailings of passenger and freight ships to all parts of the world and all other information, write any of the above lines or US-SHIPPIN- BOARD WASHINGTON. D.C if Detroit. Mich.. June 8. Mrs. Anna C. M. Son MARGARET McCORMICK lest Live Sleek Hirkct Stilk1BS8Ike Okie River ESTABLISHED Thompson Dodge, widow of Horace GOWNS 320 W. Market St. lv Dodge, automobile manufacturer. We Make a Specialty of Trousseaus Bourbon Stock Yard Company will receive $.i0o.()()0 for living ex-- I Alfo liave Monderful rallies In Silk Hosiery. peases lor one year under an order , INCORPORATED When In Louisville come In and be convinced, Usitcd by Judge Durfee in probate Everything in our line. Watch and Clock Fraaat aaa periaaal attttliaa tia U Mil rri. G. AL BIRCH, General Manager court here. Mrs. Dodge petitioning Repairing a Specialty. Call on us. 408 Abe C. Levi Bldg. 526 4th St. Johnson r Main Sts., Louisville, Ky. for the amount in the absence of a settlement of the estate stated $10,000 ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Now is the time for a month was required for maintenHOME MADE ance of herself and her two children. She had asked for half a million Wa carry a Urge tock. Good Pricea. dollars for the remainder of the curQuick Delivery. Wire, Phone or Write. The Eaaence of Sweetness rent year. erf tangent eve) Southern Package Specialty Co. xcelencc for Louisvilie, Ky. fcrty Yeans 108 So. 2nd St. 116 E. Market St., Louisville, Ky. MONTH REQUIRES FOR MRS. DODGE AND TWO CHILDHEN TO LIVE $40,000 POULTRY, ANIMAL, DAIRY FEEDS 213 N. 15th and 122 N. 4th St. "Where Service Salisies" BBO ffHW EYEGLASSES and SPECTACLES sM"7twlttt Tm Cssbtiri' rti iirr :ifi itts u fsu" -- fciletn IMi Missfittin ' "ttlr nt IJB HH afatai H WM ..Al Wiseman & WmMJrf 7 Eh JEWELERS j aa.WM S9 f M - iSkaWm xaaniLr Gold Bond Cake Bale Ties Binder Twine la Baiiaeit Mart Tksa a Taird ef a Ceatary. We buy and sell all kinds of Farm Products. Write for our WedneMlay's Price1 Current, sItIbk you our paying and felllne prices. Herndon-Carte116-11- r Inc. Co. DEHLER BROS. CO. 8 North Third American Iron Works C. II. CKKHAKI). (Between Main and Rher) St I'retklent Boilermakers and Sheetiron Workers GENERAL REPAIRS City 8B11 Main All Phonos Hay and Grain Feeds of All Kinds Amos Yaeger 226 fggggfc 1 OO PIERCE EMBLEM On your cons and get all the milk that Is comlnr 19 Use Manlg Fly-G- o )ou. belde male milking time a pleasure. NATIONAL ROOFING and SUPPLY CO. 124 W. Main St., Louisville Weat West Main St. RAYO SPEED Market St. For KING Louisville Chemical Co. Msia 1805 IDEAL PRINCETON 108 So. 3rd Ave. City 8222 Dip No. I 2 and 3 PLY RUBBER and SLATE SURFACED ASPHALT ROOFING 4 -- CONVENIENT A-L-A-M- Un Shtp. Hot and Catll EAGLE "MIKADO" PencUNo.174 Hy-Kl- as PAINT We Ky. Merchants & Manufacturers Paint Co. For Sale at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO Made in five grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND PAPER carry a full 204 line Write or Wire for Prices The Louisville Auto Tire Clearing House Writ. For Prlca: FOR SHOPPERS. -O Louisville, 228 W. Main St. Buy from our Agent In your town Southeastern Paper Co. West Main For Real Values in Saconds At Factory Price. St 739 East Broadway LauiaviMe'a PREMIER Feurth Between Uberty and Walaut PICTURE THEATRE ARTIFICIAL LEGS Tbat Ara CwnUrUbl. Llbt m Oarabla, THE EMMETT LEV EMS CO. (Incorporattd) I.OIT1SVI1XK NATIONAL BANK BUILDING Taraarir Walker Bultata EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK I PARCEL POST LouUWUa. Ky. 628 W. J.ff.rM.. St. Write lor Information THE ORIGINAL HISTORY OF NUMBER 40 LAUNDRY Nelll-- 1 Mantle and Fireplace Supplies, Tile Bath Rooms, Monarch Metal Weather Strips, Watson Screens, Hardwood Floors. HEGAN-MAGRUDE- If CO. troubles, and time proved tbat the cures were permanent. After many years I secured the pre(being a druggist), and scription took each ingredient separately and referred to my U. R. Dispensatory and other authoritative books on medicine and found the medical prop''Emerties set down as follows: ployed in diseases of the glandular system, in blood troubles, eczema, and stomach liver constipation, c treuWes, cturpaic rheumatism, of blood Forty years ago an old 'doctor was tarrh, in sores, ulcers, pimples, ikia putting up a medicine for diseases of eruptions, mercurial and lead poisontbe blood, tbat cured the worst cases ing. Under its use bodily eruptions 1 toTUto. . We 316 W. MARKET STREET have mttlifletl customers In your town. '""" Sold at WEDDING'S DRUG STORE and scrofulous swellings that have withstood all other treatment disappear as if by magic." To commemorate my fortieth year as a druggist I namell this medicine "Number 40 For The Blood." J. C. Mendenhall, Kvansville, Ind. The best druggist in your neighborhood sells Number 40, hut if it happens that he does not, send direct to J. C. Mendenhall Medicine Company, Evansville, Indiana, and receive it delivered to you at 9125 an - uuttic .1. wttita vivv, ivi l.4l& cia l.4la. nM tv A- W. K. STEWART CO. (INCORPORATED) Formerly Dealing's aViklle Supply f.o. vaat Cioitfn We Only SeU Dealers the 8mk" 1138 Soutk Third Ut Us Make Your F J. URS own catch. We tan and make REMODELING REPAIRING CLEANING FURSTORACM us skins olvaur GREEN & GREEN. lacarBorate LouisyiHe. Ky. BOOKS, STATIONERY, Mikk awiiaa lawwiMm - MMmat reala Haiiu Wedding Suits E. LANGAN Incorporated OFFICE FURNITURE Cigarettes MADE IN LOUISVILLE 2 COMPANY ROOFS 425 S. Fourth Avanua, Nut u Kaafaaa-Stra- u 214 Starka Building Can be TaiUrt tor Forty Yean 'National Life Insurance Co. MOUNTPEUER. VT. CHA8. A. CRAVXNB, Gau. Afeat OLD LEAKY ji 301 Lincoln Bids;. SatUaaU LouiavilL. Ky. Manufacturing Co. Incorporated Progress Paint S2 SUPERLASTIC ROOF COATING ajr, isfaeterers Direct to Cousuaser, NBrwaliss Frae. WTUtNATMNAL CtATH CO. 3. Sacaeal St'. UaUrUie. Ky, Tt4 and ssadnleakprool with asracr prepaililaa far this (fusty. CWraaaaaa'aaca aHctta4. Wast Maia SWalSSIvaa ' ' t" IVMB II, 1321 THE spent a week here with her husband, who is here working up. the tobacco bought by C C. Martin and Ed Martin last fall. B. S. BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY TAXES PAGE SEVEN 2,300 IHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of an execution No. 20 4tttfectcd to me, which issued from the crk's Office cf Breckinridge Cir- ''tmh Court in favor of Mary A. Jcf- ftes sgainst E. L Jcfferics. I, or one my deputies, will, on Monday the day of June 1021 between the hours of 12 o'clock, A. M and 2 o'clock P. h(., at the Court House door expose to Public Sale to the highcsUbiddcr, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be neccssarj to satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and cost3, to wit: Approximately two hundred and S TO MARE APPLICATIONS JUNE 24 Those Seeking Postoffice Job to File Applications This Week. SALE FOR CITY AND SCHOOL FROM REMOTEST Clarkson spent a clay and night here last week, Mr. Clarkson will sail the 20th for Germany, to remain until November. A daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Whitworth's the 10th. Mrs. Guy Springgatc has returned and Orain Kascy. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hodges, of Louisville, are the proud parents pf an eight pound boy. Rev. Allen, Mrs. Allen and children, will return home Friday from a seventy-fiv- e dollars ($'J7S.00.) One ten days visit with relatives in Ford Roadester Automobile, motor Marion and Casey county. . 12910, model 1010, levied upon as the property of fc. L. Jctfcrtes. TRRMS: Sale will he made on a BEWLEYVI.LLE credit of six months, bond with ap Mrs. Boyd Keith entertained to proved security required, bearing m- - dinner Sunday in honor of her hus'0 per cent per band's birthday. Several from this !rftcrest at the rate of annum (irom nay oi saic ana naviug neighborhood were invited. the force and effect of a replcving Mrs. Lee Cohen returned to her i bond. home in Louisville, after several days J. B. Carman, S. B. C. visit with Mrs. Z. T. Stith. Mrs. Emma Morton came Wednesday for a visit to her brother, Z. T. NEWS FROM Stith. THE COUNTY Mrs. Robert Carman and baby arc ill at this writing. The base ball club of this place will (Continued From Page 3) give an ice cream supper here Saturbrother, John Blythc, Jr., was a day night. Also a big ball game. Misses Ruth and Marian Gross, of student. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Whcatley have New Albany, Ind., are visiting their moved into their new home on the aunt, Mrs. A. VV. Foote. The condition of Hon. Clias. R. Hill Mr. Aldridcre has moved from the Btanford, who fell and broke his hip V country into John Blythe's house on is very critical. Ray Keith spent Monday in .Louisthe Hill. Washington, Jtine 10. The post-offic- e a week with Mr. Springgatc's parents. department today requested the Miss Howe David Griffith left for Owensboro, Thursday to visit her Civil Service commission to conduct aunts, Mcsdamcs. Frank Thornton an examination for appointment of a from Cloverport, after having spent Payne is attending the six weeks school in Hardinsburg. E. Stuart Babbage has returned to Mrs. Schuyler Martin returned to .Louisville, Tuesday after having his home in Cloverport. Mrs. Lucy Richardson, of Vine Grove, came Thursday to see her , ' OLD LEAKY ROOFS . brother, Hon. Chas. R. Blanford. Cn he sared and made Ieakproof with BIG SPRING ville. Miss Margaret SUPERLASTIC ROOF COATING .Manufacturers Direct to Consumer, tfrnhm Free. COATINGS CO. 1 GLEtf DEAN M.r Owen Hunter, of California, has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Lucy Hunter. Miss Laura Sparrow is visiting relatives in Marion county. Miss Mabel Howard is at home from Washington, for thirty days. Mrs. Malvin Burnett was given a birthday dinner on June 12, at the home of her granddaughter. She is C9 years old. She received many presents from her children and grandchildren. Mrs. W. H. Whitler and daughter, Mrs. Alford, of Chicago, are visiting in Fordsville, Ky. Mrs. Oscar Petty of the Narrows, is visiting relatives here. 'INTERNATIONAL 49 S. Second St. Louirrille, Ky. VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles are most dangerous because of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning, they give that they need attention by taking . U The heavy rain that fell Saturday evening and Sunday morning was a r!4P great help to the farmers and gardens. We arc glad to see Dr. J. B. able to be out on the porch. Th world's standard remedy for these disorders, will often ward off these disThe ice cream supper given by the eases and strengths the body against base ball boys on Saturday evening further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists. June 11, was a success in spite of place. box the bad night. Look for the name Gold Medal on Miss Mary Ellen Roberts returned and accept no imitation H. L. Bruner and daughter. Doro- home Monday after a few days visit with relatives here. Mr. Paul Banc visited his cousin, Mr. Dock Roberts, Thursday. Mr. G. R. French went to Hardinsburg one day last week. Mrs. B. H. Bcauchamp visited relatives at Sample, last week and re...PERMANENT... turned home Saturday. Mr. Paul Bane returned to his work last Saturday. Mr. Willie French was at Mr. Will Seaton's last week painting his resiAiwiiy in office during Irvlnirtnn Kv dence. Mflra Unnrc 8 a. m. to 12 M. IITIII&IUH, WIIIWC IIUUIO. J p. m. to 5 p. re. lJ cfllce hours Mrs. Chas. French and little son, Douglas, are on the sick list. L. GOLD MEDAL FRYMIRE a ict! p5 H.WH Av. mnr Fry-mi- re err Tlic ingredients from which the celebrated medicine Tanlac is made, come from remote sections of the earth, and arc transported thousands postmaster at Owensboro under Presof miles over land and sea to the ident Harding's recent executive orgreat Tanlac Laboratories at Dayton, der. This means, of course, that no Ohio, and Walkerville, Canada. paid to the examinaattention will be The Alps, Appcnincs, Pyrenees, tion held several months ago to fill Russian-AsiBrazil, West Indies, the Owensboro postoffice in which Rocky Mountains. Asia Minor, PerJohn Bishop, superintendent of mails, sia, India, Mexico,- Columbia and made the high mark. Peru arc among the far away points In designing June 21 as the date from which the principal proportics when persons wishing- to be regarded of this remarkable preparation are as applicants for postmasterships in ACTION ON COOPERATIVE obtained. various cities should file their appliWhat is said to be the largest phar- MARKETING PLAN DEFERRED 1920 City Tax. 3.18 cations, the Civil Service commission J. H. Tindcll. House and Lot maceutical laboratory in the United let it become known that the regulaAction has been deferred on the States has been completed at Dayton, 2.C.3 1920 School Tax- governing examinations for first tions Ohio, for the manufacture of Tanlac plans for completing the Kentucky There will be others next week. and second class post offices under which, according to recent reports, is Dark Tobacco Grower's Association lf V. Chapin, President Harding s executive order counties inJity and School Tax Collector. now having the largest sale of any composed of twenty-on- e of May 10, will be the same as the medicine of its kind in the world; cluding Breckinridge. It is announcregulations that governed examinaover 20,000,000 bottles having been ed that Judge Robert Bingham, of tions under the Wilson- - Burleson Louisville, requested that definite acCONsold in six years. order susperscded. The new plant occupies 00,000 tion on Dark Tobacco Association be For offices paying more than $:J,:J0O square feet of floor space and has a deffcrred until the Burley organizaup and including $4,000 candidates daily capacity of 5,000 bottles. Uni- tion is completed. Judge Bingham must show that for at least three form quality is guaranteed by a scr- will sail for Europe. Saturday years they have held responsible posiies of careful inspections by expert tions. chemists from the roots, AT A COST OF $334,000,000 herbs, bark and the time are received For offices paying less than flowers offices of the third class, where canAND CONTRACTORS in their rough state from all parts of didates will be assembled for written Advocates of Economy Voted the globe until their medicinal proexamination, the age limit runs from perties have by the BUILDERS Down Amendments For most approvedbeen extracted finished twenty-on- e years. to sixty-fiv- e process. The Army of 170,000,000 Men. medicine is then bottled, tabled and Concrete Building Blocks shipped out to tens of thousands of thy, motored from Louisville, Friday Barn Pillars druggists throughout the United Washington, June 8. Rejoicing the for an indefinite stay and were ac Porch Columns companied by Mr. and Mrs. O. C. i committee provisions for a minimum States and Canada to supply a deBruner, who remained until bunday. army appropriation bill carrying a mand never before equalled by this, or, anything in the concrete line, Mr. and Mrs. Bruner returned with total of $334,000,000 and making pro- or any other medicine. and will be glad to furnish any L. S. Brashear and drove through in vision for an army of not less than one with prices on any kind of 150,000 men. The House had preMr. Brashcar's car. ized it as "most unwarranted interconcrete work. viously provided for an average ference in the international affairs of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Greer, of Saturday and Sun- strength of 150,000. spent last LEWISPORT MILL CO. the nation." Advocates of economy and a.small day with her parents, W. W. Barger LEWISPORT, KY. army came to the front in the final .SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS. and family. L. S. Brashear and Peyton Drash-ea- r hour of debate, poured a hot attack were in Cloverport, Saturday on on the committee provision for an enlisted personnel of 170,000, and then, business. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Cart and two mustering their forces, voted down, OUR BUSINESS IS TO MANUFACTURE H Ri!r'':V9rtC children spent Friday afternoon with 30 to 32, the committee amendments. ANO PROPERLY FIT his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cart, By a like majority of four votes the Senate yesterday had accepted the of Shiloh. ' Several from here attended the ice 170,000 figure, so that today's vote a direct reversal cream suppers at Lodiburg and Web- constituted The army budget now goes to conster, Saturday night. bbI ANO BBBSBBbLbBb! ference for the compromise of SenCAN OCT ARE H VnPVWItU "THE BEST YOU KINO TO WEAR"THE SIbbbbbbbb! ate and House differences. The House ONLY SAFE MYSTIC B HBfT9ffHffiflM bill carried appropriations totalling H MKMBKR BOARD OF TRADE BEVKbbyV!M H Mrs. J. D. Stiff has been on the about $14,000,000 less than the Senate sick list for seeral weeks. measure. Little Mary Joe Burton went to Two Democrats, Senators Fletcher Lodiburg. Saturday and was the (Fla.) and Myers (Mont) voted with guest of Miss Ada Pearl Payne. thirty Republicans to support the Mr. J. T. Skillman and family were Military Affairs Committee as to the Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. i size of the army. Thirteen RepubClarence Payne. Demolicans voted with twenty-thre- e Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Canary visit- crats against the 170,000 figure. ed Mrs. Canary's parents, Mr. and Senator Dial. Democrat (S. C), atMrs. J. D. Stiff, Sunday. tempted td attach an amendment proFarmers of this place are well hibiting use of 'any of the appropriapleased to see th.eir crops growing tions to pay American troops in Gerso nicely after the recent showers. many, France and Belgium ninety Miss Lena Robbins, of Hazel Dell days after approval of the act. It was has returned home after a week's visit voted down by a chorus of noes, after among friends and relatives of this Chairman Wadswortli had character- a, - the hours of 10 A M. and o'clock P. M. at the City Hall in Cloverport,! Ky., 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 their names and costs of advertising to be added. Geo. Brown, one House and Lot, lOL'o City Tae . $11.13 Geo. Brown, one House and 10 CO Lot, 1920 School Tax Jas. Dcjarnette, 5." Acres 28.0.'i Land, 1020 School Tax Mrs. Malissa Dcjarnette, House 11.35 and Lot, 1019 City Tax Mrs. Malissa Dcjarnette, House 0.09 and Lot, 1910 School Tax Mrs. Martha Noble, House and City Tax 12.45 Lot Mrs. Martha Noble, House and 2.38 Lot 1920 School Tax, J. H. Tindcll. House and Lot X Notice is hcrcb) given that I will on Saturday, July Hi, 1021, between PARTS OF GLOBE Tanlac Elements Come From Many Lands Far Away From Here. STNDENTS IN RE- SERVE OFFICERS TRAINING AT CAMP KNOX - Approximate! --' .)oo field artillery rtscrvc officers arrived at Camp Knox Stithton, Thursday morning to begin a six weeks' period of active service. The camp for the artillery officers will last until July 27. The officers were in active service during the World War and choose to retain commissions in the reserve corps to complete discharge. The civilians' training camp will open July 21, and last through August 20, during which civilians from Kentucky, Indiana, West Virginia and Ohio, which compose the Fifth Army Corps Area, will participate in active military training and maneuvers. Kentucky, it is said, already has supplied its quota, about of the l,5o0 to which the camp is limited. Elizabethtown News. one-fourt- h U.S. ARMY TO SIST, 150,000 MEN Bat-tletow- n, K3 RJisfi imMWl yVlHV EYEGLASSES rbbPH spectacles Vjfl EMI DR.. W. B. TAYLOR DENTIST UNION STAR Rev. L. K. May, presiding elder, will preach here Saturday night and When Thinking of a MONUMENT Remember Prock Keith sells you the BEST for LESS than any agent or competitor in this territory. in Cloverport once or twice Write him at every month. Ky. for prices or any other information regarding a monument that you might desire. He is Eliza-bethtow- n, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Everyone invited to attend these meetings. R. C. Richardson, of Midway, spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. D. S. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hcsler and baby, Mildred, of Louisville, are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hesler. Miss Lillian Cart is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cart. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schreiber and children, of East Orange. N. J., are spending two weeks with Mrs. Schrei-ber'- s mother and sisters, Mrs. D. S. Richardson, Miss Sarah Richardson and Mrs. Wm. L. Milner, and Dr. Milner. They will leave Friday for Manila, P. I. Mrs. Sue Cart is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Dowcll. McGlothlan Memorial Day will be observed here Friday, June 24th. Everybody's invited to take part and attend this service. Misses Ruth and Lucille McCoy and Rev. C. B. Gentry, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Hor-ac- e McCoy. J Tve Wo more tried tnem but give me a Camel HvHaaV H Ml W aV H !' He guarantees to save you money PROCK KEITH '.Witt Southern Optical' Company liicoryaratail trying this and that. It's Camels for me every time. They're so refreshing! So smooth! So mellow mild! Whv? The answer is Camels avr1n:iv avnarf blend of choice Turkish and Domestic tobaccos. There's nothing like it No other cigarette you can buy gives you the real y satisfaction that comes from the .Camel blend. Camel is the quality cigarette. Give Camels a tryout Buy a pack today. Get your information first hand. You'll tie to Camels, too. sure-enoug- h, all-da- I'm through experimenting. No more switching. djgtjSffi Spectacles and Eye Glasses Kryptok (bivltabl bifocal Una) C. E. KEITH & SON EUZABETMTOWN, KY. Artificial Eyes FOURTH and CHESTNUT, Louisville, Ky, Camel X. J. REYNOLDS Tobacco Wta.Uu..Sl,N.C. Cv V fAOl tQHT TT P9p -- ril - p iif .3E,?B'W' "Villi iy.VrM MWtF 11 KIMIH01 IBVl -- "yi77yM; ITLVTI iEfiSsS. JTf I IW JTW) i V - IF OUT, KENTUCKY JUNK ft, 1V STORE Has Been CROWDED PACKED -- JAMMED EVERY MINUTE SINCE THE OPENING DAY! -- t uM H This is the BIGGEST GENUINE BARGAIN EVENT ever held in CLOVERPORT or this SECTION oi KENTUCKY. The people are proving this statement by their HEAVY PURCHASES. They appreciate and are TAKING ADVANTAGE oi the WONDERFUL SAVINGS offered them in this A iivLw ' rr . M wins A FEW OF MY EXTRA SPECIALS FOR MEN'S SUITS $35.00 VALUE 1 Side de-sired -- I' t i si & w Folks, if you haven't been here, COME QUICK Before It's Too Late. I realize It has been Impossible for us to take eare of the Immense Crowds and that many were unable to make their purchases. I have increased my selling force and am going to Put Forth Every Effort to serve you promptly. Lots more Bargains Are Left and I want to make Thursday, Friday and Saturday our BIGGEST DAYS. Help me make good and SAVE BIG MONEY on your purchases. M. W. FRANCE, Merchandise Adjuster THURS.-F- RI. V f ,v 1 V 4 ? 3 AND SAT. m j if - it j, I YsKl SUGAR 6c A POUND QQ tpliWO A m Wj W New Spring Styles. Wool mixtures. One lot values'to $35.00. Now each.! (j" Bank Books FREE!! To every customer making a purchase of $20.00 or more I am going to give one of the. Breckinridgc-Ban- k of Cloverport Money Saving Banks absolutely Free. These are the same banks as are issued by this Bank and cost $1.25 Whenever you return the book the bank will give you this amount in cash. Let me help you start the savings habit. pounds with each $2.00 grocery order. Save big money on your groceries and lay, in your canning sugar' at these low prices. 10 ".. tfi :. 41 SILK WAISTS v BOYS' SUITS $10.00 VALUE All wool knickerbocker suits. Sizes 8 to years. One lot values to $10.00. Now VALUES TO $10.00 Just a few left. Crepe de Chine and Voile. (gO QQ Seasons latest styles special tJlO.tO 6..J4.98 i i-- s PANAMA HATS $5.00 VALUES MEN'S TIES rV , ff- New Man's Genuine Panama Hats. Values to $5.00. Special .. $1.95 GET YOUR SAVINGS BANK BOOK $1.50 VALUE One lot of men's pure silk ties. Many colors and designs. Values to $1.50. Now each OQ dJs i y f.. ' WORK SHOES $6.50 VALUE Grocery Specials VflwO (PQ QQ Crisco shortening per pound Coffee Peaberry bulk per pound Sugar-'cor- n, large cans. Per can Lenox Laundry Soap, 30 bars Toilet Soap, Popular brands, per bar. Nucoa Butter, per pound Arbuckle's Coffee, One pound package Van Camps Milk, large can Van Camps Milk small can Snow King Baking Powder doz. can Mapleine Flavoring bottle Jet Oil Shoe Polish bottle........ 17 : VOILES $1.75 5 vi VLUE Q t:1 One lot men's heavy work shoes. Black and tan. Values to $6.50. Now per pair 17 8 ..-- New patterns and shades. Values to $1.75 per f yard. Now per yard..- - i, . $1.00 ' E .3 BOX SOCIAL Values to $25 Hundreds of boxes have been filled with merchandise. Some boxes contain values as high as $25. These boxes will be placed on sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday at ! :. . 25 22 10 ..5 DUTCH AUCTION We have two high grade Sewing ' Ma- 8 chines. These are now being reduced day. Watch the windows and 16 -- $2.50 each llfJ 50c PER BOX BIG CUTS ON EVERY ARTICLE get one of these machines before someone else beats you to it. r IN THIS DEPARTMENT GOLDEN s-- o M. W. RULE STORE '"..' FRANCE CHARGE lN SATURDAY UP 8:30 P. M. tm SALE OPEN DAILY 9 A. M. TO 6 P. 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