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THE BRECKENRIDGE -EWS.
ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT
VOL. XXXVII
CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
8 Pages
No. 20
FARM SCHOOL
CLOVERPORT
This Week at Cloverport High
School. Domestic Science
by Prof. Aubyn Chinn -Free
to All Women in The Town
and Country.
MEN TO MEET AT CITY HALL
Cloverport has a farm school this
.week and a domestic science teacher
too. The school ooeued yesterday
morning with afternoon and night ses
sions and lusts until Friday afternoon.
"AU the women, of the city and country,
hkre invited to attend the classes at the
Cloverport High School and the men
nf thn tnwn and the farmers will meet
.at the City Hall. The program Is as
follows:
Forenoon Sessions at 9:30
AfteVnoon " " 1:00
!Free Lecture on Horticulture Tuesday
night at school building.
Subjects for the Meetings:
Domestic Science (Demonstrations and
y Lessons')..' Prof. Aubyn Chinn
Poultry and Stock.. Prof. T. R. Bryant
Dairying Prof. A. J. Reed
Horticulture Prof. J. H. Carmody
Soils and Farm Crop Prof. H. B.
. Hednck
Good Roads Prof. R. C. Terrell
Commissioner of Roads
Mrs. Marsh Thinks
Girls Should Visit
Miss Margaret Collins and M"iss AI
ice Mackey, of Unlontown, have been
the guests of Mrs. P. E. Marsh, and
had a most pleasant visit in her home
Jon the hill. Mrs. Marsh says she thinks
fcvery girl should have a visit for it
fgUes them something to talk about.
ays, as a rule, can go away, come
back" and you never know they have
peen any place," said Mrs. Marsh,
'and a girl will tell you everything she
'saw and heard. My motheralways loved
for her daughters to take trips so they
could come home and tell her what
was going on in the world."
Announcement.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wright an
nouncethe engagement of Miss Min
nie Snapp to Mr. T. W. Fowler. The
marriage will be solemnized at Corinth
'. Baptist church Thursday afternoon,
November 28 at 3 o'clock.
Win Attend Live Stock Show
At Chicago Next Month.
Walter R. Moorman, Jr , of Glen
Dean, who has been attending the fn
ternational Livestock Show at Chicago
for several years, is making his plans
to attend this year to be held from
November 30 to December 17. The far
mers of no other nations have such od
portunlties. There is no other "Inter
national" on the globe. American stock
farmers have made it.
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HOE
Pay Your Taxes
Your City and School tax
es are now due. If not
paid by' December ,1st
they will be subject to a
penalty of 6 per cent and
6 per cent interest
L. V. CHAPIN,
City and School
Kentuckian Marries In The West
A pretty wedding took place at the
home of Mr. Oliver Wednesday eve
ning, October 30th at 0 o'clock when
Mr. Glenn Snyder and Miss Ollie BHv
er, of Walter, Okla , were united in
marriage. The ceremony was per
formed by the pastor of the First Pret
byterlan church. Those present wore
the families of the bride and groom.
Mr. Snyder is a member of one of
our most-prominent families In Okla
homa. He Is at present superintend
cnt of the Sunday School of the First
Presbyterian church and Is one of the
best young men of the community.
The bride is a very charming and
popular young tody and has many
friends who join in wishing her and her
companion all the joy that life can give.
They will make their home in Walter,
Okla.
The Martin Home
T,he home of Mr. and Mrs.' Charles
Martin in Breckenridge Addition is
nearly completed. It is most conven
ient and attractive.
Mrs. Heyser's Class
The Home Mission Class of Mrs. Fos
ter Heyser, of the Baptist Church, met
at the parsonage Friday afternoon and
there was a large and delightful atten
dance. Mr. Hambleton Here.
Mr. Ed. Hambleton, of Sorgho, is at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Charles
Ltghtfoot of this city. He is eighty
six years old and much loved by his
friends as well as his family.
Four Thousand Dollars Worth
Of Shoes In One Bill.
Ike Meyer, special salesman in the
South for Sam Levy & Co., writes that
he sold in Pensacola, Fla., $1000 worth
of shoes. He thinks the South is a grand
place, llr. and Mrs. Meyer will be
home in, December.
He says selling shoes and reading
the Breckenridge News are two of his
greatest pleasures.
Stringer-Sheldon.
Miss Hattie M. Sheldon, of Tell City
was married on last Monday to Mr.
Harvev C Stringer, of Greenfield, Ind.
The wedding took place in Tell City
and the ceremony was pronounced by
Rev. W. L. Alexander of the M. E
church.
Mr. Epley Here.
James Epley and H. C. Holder were
in the city Thursday looking over Clov
erport. Mr. Epley was here In the in
terest of electrical business in which he
is engaged in at Calhoun. His old
friends were pleased to have him back
again.
Has Fine Business.
Mr. Epley said Thursday that John
Bell, who held a place here with the
Keith monument plant, has a good
business of his own in Jasper, Ind., a
live town.
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Tax Collector
PROGRESSWEFARMERS
Robert French And Louis Per
kins Making Money In Breck
enridge County-Have A Largo
Pay Roll And Interesting Busi
ness. -
French Ss Perkins are progressive,
enterprising farmers nt Amnions. They
own and cultivate nearly a thousand
acres of land.in the fertile river bottoms
above Stephensport. They are now
feeding SO head of cattle, 100 head of
hogs and 100 head of pigs. These pigs
are,now on the beech bottoms, thriving
luxurously on beech nuts, the best feed
in the world for pigs, and the kind of
feed our fore fathers used almost exclu
sively for fattening hogs They have a
standing offer of S cents for 20 head of
their cattle and 7 cents for the remain
der. They cut this season 200 acres of
meadew and are now shipping the hay.
However, they ship very little feed off
their farm as they feed everything and
turn It back to their land. They are
young, ambitious tarmers, they give
employment to lots of men and pay
good wages. And they make money.
Home Mission Week at Irvington
This week the churches of the town
will observe the Union Week of Prayer
for Home Missons, the services being
held In rotation in the different churehes
each congregation taking special part.
Wednesday evening instead of of 'the
usual praer meeting service the meet
ing will be in the hands of The Young
People's Christian Association.
Miss Burdett Dead
Miss Bertha Burdett died November
12 of consumption. She leaves a rath
er, four brothers and four sisters. The
body was taken to St. Mary's of the
Woods cemetery for interment.
Pleasant Visits.
Mrs. Jas. A. Hendrick, Irvington
went to Louisville Monday to sec Mar
shall Guest, a young man she raised
from six years old sent to her from the
Baptist Home. She is as much devoted
to him as if he were her own child. She
visits him once a year and now that he
is to oe married soon, she is more
deeply concerned.
Methodist Notes.
Rev. Mr. James H. Walker, the new
pastor of the Methodist church, is an
aggressive man as, well as a spiritual
and able minister. He is awakening in
terest in the membership as to the bus
iness of the church and getting every
department in thorough working order.
Mr. Walker says that the highest
compliment ever paid him was that he
was not afraid to say what he thinks,
this makes his sermons of great benefit
to his congregations. He tries never to
REV. J. II. WALKER.
preach over thirty minutes and begins
every service on exact time.
Mr. Waker entered the conference
about twelve years ago and started his
ministry at Hawesville. He Is a native
of Crittcndencouutyand was educated
in the Marion City schools and Princeton
College, a Presbyterian institute of
Kentucky,
Mr. and Mrs. Walker aud their chil
dren, Marguerette and James Henry,
are not only appreciated in the church,
but are a pleasure ta the social circles
of this city.
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ProclamationPresident Taft
Sets Apart November 28th
For This Holiday.
Washington, Nov. 9 President Taft
today issued the Thanksgiving procla
mation, Setting aside Nov. 28 lor the
observance of that day. The P.esident
says:
"The year now drawing to a close
has been notably favorable to rur for
tunate land. At peace within and with
out, free from the perturbations and
calamities that have other peoples; rich
in harvests so abundant and in Indus
tries so productive that the overflow of
our prosperity has advantaged the
whole world; strong In the steadfast
conservation off the heritage of self
government bequeathed to us by the
wisdon of our fathers and firm In the
resolve to transmit that heritage unim
paired, but rather improved to our
children for-all time to come, the peo
ple ot this country have abundant cause
fol contented gratitude."
Bride and Groom Return.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Pate Whittlnghlll,
who have been on an extended bridal
tour through St. Louis, Kansas City,
Mobile and New Orleans, ret rned to
Owensboro Friday night. For the
present Mr. and Mrs. Whittinghill have
laken rooms with the bride's parents,
Mr and Mrs 'Eph Lejune, at 800 West
Thirteenth street. Owensboro In
quirer. High School Turns Away
Crowds Friday Night
The show crowd out-grew the Clover
port Opera house Friday night when
Fourth of July was presented by C. H.
S. It was a packed house for a fact
and more than a hundred people were
turned away. The show was simply
fine and everybody enjoyed it immense
ly. The High School pupils played ex
cenjjy and. the show was -n picnic from
start to finish. Miss Harbour knows
how well to pick those for the different
parts and she received many compli
ments on her work. The school cleared
J42 which-was very pleasing to Prof.
Culton.
Thanksgiving Service
Sunday Evening.
The Ep worth League will have a
special Thanksgiving service Sunday
evening at 6:30 o'clock. Mr. John
Burn will be the leader.
Dr. Taylor's New Partner.
Dr W. B. Taylor, the dentist, has
associated with him in his oflice here
Dr. Ilancum who comes from Evans
ville well recommended. He will be In
the office all the time while Dr. Taylor
is at Irvington and other points ou the
branch.
Plenty Work In Cloverport
For Those Who Want It
John Jarboo, of Hardlnsburg, has
moved hero and said as soon us he got
in town four steady jobs were offered
him. Qloverport's a live, active town.
Card Of Thanks.
Through favor of our county paper,
Miss Maud Beard, of Webster, desires
to return gratitude of heart for kind
ness shown by friends and neighbors
in last illness of the father, H. F.
Beard, Special thanks for God's sweet
comforts in last service in brief sim
plicity by church order conducted by
Brother T. B. Henderson and songs by
Walnut Grove church choir. A friend.
Nov. 11, 1012.
Takes The Bankrupt Law.
Henry J, May of this city, through
his attorney, V. O. Babbaga" filed his
petition in bankruptcy in the Federal
Court at Owensboro last Saturday,
Ills liabilities amount to about one
thousand dollars, owing mostly to par
ties in this locality. He reports no as
sets except the property allowed him
by law and exempt, under the Statutes.
Stuart Babbago Having
A Nice Trade.
Stuart Babbage, who has recently
entered thp grocery business, is very
much pleated over the trade he has re
ceived ami will Increase his stock of
goods every week. .
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Conductor Loses Leg.
Louisville, K ., Nov. .10. John J.
Coniff, 53 ears of iige, a conductor for
the Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis
railroad, w.is run over by a Ireight car
ia the railroad jards nt Ninth, nnd Ken
tucky streels at 7:30 o'clock Inst even
ing and seriously injured. On his way
to work he stopped to allow a cut of
enrs to pass, win n he was struck by a
freight car, which became detached .
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and ran onto the truck on which he was
standing. Hia right leg was cutoff'
near the hip and his back was bruised
and hurt Witnessis of the accident
carried the victim to a shanty. A
special cur vith Dr' D Y. Roberts '
conve ed nim to hts " Marv aud Eliza
beth hospital. He w.is immediately i
placed on the operating table. He
lives at 51.-1 West O ,k street.
Thanksgiving Sale
At J. Bacon's Now
The Thanksgiving sale at J. Bacon's
in Louisville presents the greatest val J
ues for the prices over known in that
city. Their ad in the News this week
again will show you the offers they are
making.
Baptist Church Notes.
There were Vis lu Sunday school last
Sunday, a gain of two over the pre
vious Sunday.
The General Association of Kentucky
Bap.ists was largely attended in its
seventy-fifth annual session at Madi
sonville last week. It was a very spir
itual meeting and significant in sever
al respects. Over 133,000 was raised
last year for state, home and foreign
missions.
The pastor left Monday for Butler
where he will hold a meeting with his
brother who Is the pastor. He will be
away about two weeks. The pulult will
be supplied in his absence, Rev. G. W
Taylor, of Louisville, will preach next
Sunday morning and night. Bro. Mel
vln Wood will lead the prayer meeting
this week and Bro. W. V. Perkins next
week.
The pastor will hold a meeting at
McDaniels immediately after his re
turn from Butler.
House Catches Fire.
The residence of Mr. Curt Weather
holt caught fire Saturday at noon time
Considerable damage was done. Origl
unknown.
Autos To Brandenburg Station.
E. J. Applegate and Orla Mclntirc
were in Louisville Saturday to receive
their autos to be used in the stage lino
from town to the depot. They are beau
ties aud will be a great Improvement
over the wagons used in this line for
so many -years.' The pike is in fine
shape and the town hill, which was
washed so badly several weeks ago,
has beenput in first-class condition and
traveUfrom here to the station will be
& pleasure. Messrs Applegate and Mc
Intire are to be complimented upon
their enterprise to give their patrons
the best service possible. Meie
County Messenger.
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COMPLETMSTAiuTILL
Is The Tobacco Situation In The
Green River District-Growers
And Buyers Can't Agree.
HODGE TO INSPECT SAMPLES
The tobacco situation in the Green
R'ver district just at present is at a
complete standstill, and neither the
buyers nor the growers are in a. posi
ilou tp state jst what the outcome
will be.
The samples at the olllce of the
Green Kiver'Tobacco Growers' asso
ciation have been examined oy many
of the representatives of the largest
tobacco industries In the country, mid
all are of the op'nion that the price
as fixed by the association of $6 to $10
for lugs and leaf and $3 for trash is too
high for the grade of tobacco offered.
They have gone so far as to be frank
with the officials of the associations
that $3 is about all that they consider
the tobacco is worth, according to the
samples presented to them.
It is almost a certainty that the as
sociation will not come down one pen
ny and will Insist that, they be paid the.
same price as they received last year.
It Is contended that while some of the
tobacco possibly is not up to the grade
ot last year, the cost of production has
not lessened in the least, and there is.
no reason why the farmer should be
asked to take any less than the price
fixed by the association.
The board of control of the Green
River association, which has been ia
session most of the past week, adjourn
ed Friday night to meet again on Tues
day, whon it is hoped that Mr. Hodge
of the Imperial Company will be In
Owensboro, and will also make an ex
amination of the samples. Mr. Hodge
is now on his way from England and
he is expected to be in this city by
Tuesday.
In the meantime the tobacco grow
ers are telling the association to "stand
pat" and insist on the price as fixed
by it. The fact that no sale has been
made does not disturb the growers to
any great extent, as there has been no
stripping season, and even If the tobac
co had been sold, it could not be
brought to the markot until there is a
season. The indications are not very
favorable for a season teal soon.
At the Green River Equity office,
the officials have nothing to give out.
claiming that while things looked
ploomy just at this time, because the
buyers wore muci unconcerued about
purchasing the crop at the prices tlxed,
the farmers were not discouraged, and
wore perfoctly willing to wait for re
sults. Owensboro Inquirer.
Those Who Miss a Copy
Miss SomethingJThey
Have Not Heard.
Dear Mr. Babbage:-r-EncIosed you.
will find a one dollar bill for the News
another year, as my time expiree today
and I don't want to miss one number,
so send without delay.
Sue K. Wedding,
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