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THE BRECKENRIDOE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY
Physicians have fonml a
most pfToctive and satis
factory remedial afrent in
"Tht Waterway to Health"
The American Medicinal Min
eral Water bottled at the
Spring without any condensing
or fortifying whatever.
64 Doses $1.00
Dose: Table spoonful in
Glass of Water
Prescribed also by phy
sicians for indigestion,
affections, high blood
pressure and skin affec
tions. Money back if
cription or direct
at vour drusrfrtst'.
Free booklet on
Mineral Spring Co.
( Incorporated )
Continued from First Page
very interesting and educational pic-1 comfortably. Every one in Mreck
tures will make up each evening's inridge county should arrange to at
loie" program. tend one or all of the meetings
There will plenty of room for every Everything is free. Everybody bring
one The meeting will be held in a ' lunches and meet all the folks in a
big new tent which will seat 70o three days picnic
are Good Tires
Licensed to Wed in Cannelton.
Keep Out of the Rut.
The War forced everybody to keep an open mind and to co
operate whole heartily.
Everybody had to change his or her habits of thinking and
eating to win the war.
It is now a" matter of keeping out of the old habit.
If an open mind and absolute co-operation is the "soldier's
daily life, the same attitude in the battle of life is well worth while
If a soldier must be fit to fight, the same program for the
man, woman and child would help make the world better.
If sanitation, co-operatively done, is worth while in trench and
in camp, it will pay on the farm and in town.
Team work and openminded in the home, on the farm, in the
store and in the towns here in America won the war, why stop
this splendid spirit because a foreign enemy has been crushed?
Attend all of the three days of the Partners' Community
Meetings and keep out of the rut.
Roy Predrick Peckinpaugh, farm
er and Anna Mae Bowman, both of
Dr. R. I. STEPHENSON
Dr. J. C. OVERBY
Located permanently in Hardinsburg.
Occupying office recently vacated by
Specializing In Trial Practice
1606-7-8 Inter-Southern Building
More Than 20 Years Experience
Of Cattle and Hog Breeders
Chicken Raisers, Live Stock
and Tobacco Dealers of
Planters Hall Stock Farm
Glen Dean, Ky.
Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China
Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hamp
Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Fairs in
Fast Five Years
Valley Home Stock Farm
W. J. OWEN ft SONS. Propietors
Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1
Poland China Hogs a Specialty
Polled Durham Cattle
ORCHARD HOME FARM
G. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor
Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs
Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 2.
THE HOWARD FARMS
J. M. HOWARD ft SON, Prop.
Shorthorn sat! Polled Catle Roam Sultan, a
son oi Whitehall Sultan, heads the herd.
Duroc Hugs, Sprague Defender hrads the
Quartette Will Sing. which are always dear to the college
The young men who comprise the boy. The members of this organiza
University of Kentucky Quartette are tion should prove wonderfully at
not professional singers. They are tractive and give the audience just
merely hoys full of snap, pep and the the right kind of relaxation after a
buoyancy of youth. They will sing , great many talks. Come and hear
old and new songs. They will also I them at the Community Meeting in
sing a number of their college songs I Hardinsburg. Tuesday. August 19.
Program for Farmers' Community Meetings
Monday, August 18th.
3:00 P. II. Health is Wealth - Dr. L N. VVittenbery, State Board of Health
:i:40 P. M. Home Making - - -
Dora Senneday, Extension Division, College of Agriculture
4:20 P. M. Managing the Farm - - M. C. Kreft. College of Agriculture
H:00 P. M. Rural Relief Work - - Dr.. S. E. Brewster, American Red Cross
8:40 P. M. Motion Pictures - - 'Making of a Nurse" "Road Making."
Tuesday, August 18th.
:t:00 P. M. Singing - Unitersity of Kentucky Quartette
8:11 P. M. Better Roads - - - -
Henry DeH, Moorman, Representing Dept. of Good Roads
H:45 P. M. Feeding for Growth - Dr. G. D. Buckner, College of Agriculture
H:00 P. M. Singing University of Kentucky Quartette
8:20 P. M. Push the Cow J. J. Hooper, College of Agriculture
0:00 P. M. Motion Pictures - - - -
"Construction of Concrete Silos" "Flies" "Helping Farmers of
Tomorrow" "Development of a Hen Egg"
Wednesday, August 20th.
3:0o P. M. The Rural Church - Father John F. Knue, Knights of Columbus
3:40 P. M. Imagine It - - - - E. F. Farquhar, University of Kentucky
4::.'0 P. M. Consolidating Schools - - - -
J. V. Chapman, State Department Public Instruction
8:00 P. M. Health for Sale - Dr. A. T. McCormack. State Board of Health
8:40 Motion Pictures - - -
"Government Poultry Farm" "Growing Strawberries in War
Come and Bring the Family and Neighbors
Every Day. Everything Free. Everybody Invited
Father Knue to Talk shown at the Community Meeting in
Father Knue has been splendidly Hardinsburg next week for three
representing Breckinridge county at nights are very much out of the ord-
the Community Meeting in the other inary. They are pictures of actual
counties of the state and we feel for- farm operations and show plainly
tuuate in knowing that he will talk on better and more profitable ways of
the Rural Church at the meeting here, farming.
All who know him realize what an
important factor his church and work
have been to the community in which
he lives. Breckinridge county should
turn out a large crowd to hear him
talk on this subject at the Comunity
meeting in Hardinsburg on Wednes
day, August 20th.
He Feeds For Growth.
In a small building at the Experi
ment htation at Lexington, a man in ach because he realized the value of
a white jacket works all day feeding health in hard cash.
white rats and chickens. It seems a j)r Wittenberg will tell something
jsinalj thing for a grown up man like about "Helath is Wealth" during the
Dr. G. Davis Buckner to do, but few Community Meeting in Hardinsburg
I minutes talk with him will convince next week
I any one that his work is of tremend-
Health is Wealth
The young man who was robust
The Real Thing Right Through
Put United States Tires under your car and
you'll find them the real thing.
They're built to wear to give you the kind
of economical service you want. And that's
just what they do.
Hundreds of thousands of regular users will
vouch for that lots of them right around here.
There are five distinct types of United States
Tires one for every need of price or use.
We have exactly the ones for your car.
M. HAM MAN SON & CO. Agents.
SICK 17 YEARS .
RELIEVED BY TAK
ING NO. 40 FOR
"For 17 years I was troubled with
dropsy apd bad blood. I took every
kind of medicine that was recom
mended to me without benefit until
I got a bottle of Number 40 and it
helped me so much that I sent and
was able to fight for Uncle Sam; the got two more bottles and since tak-
man who was not physically fit was
turned down. Altho business does
not turn the man down who is not
normal in health, still he does not
have a full chance to make good in
life. John D. Rockefeller offered a
million dollars for a first class stom-
Vouiik stock for Sale at all times.
It will pay you to visit our farms
ous importance to every man, woman
and child inthe state. He is learning
why whole milk, butter and eggs are
necessary to make boys and girls fine
mentally and physically. He has a
wonderful story to tell his audience
at the Community Meeting in Hard- ,,lan-v
LIVE STOCK AND
Is World Reknown
The Red Cross has agreed to send
Dr. S. F. Brewster, to Hardinsburg to
talk on a subject of vital importance
at the Community Meeting. Dr.
I Hrewster is a man ot wide experience
I having done a great deal of investi-
C. V. Robertson Jz.&! m.
'.i ntvivt i Vi . j y vj 1 1 iiiii ' mi i in
High-Class Horses, Mules, Fine Sad
dle and Harness HorMS.
It will pay you to visit my Sublet
G N. Lvddan
FARMER AND FEEDER
WEBSTER STOCK FARM
H. H. NORTON, Osmar
Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in
All Kinds of Live Stock.
Webster, :: Kentucky.
ents and has done a great work for
the Red Cross. He will present the
Red Cross peace program which deals
with the improving of health in the
rums ieu now gmce tne war. All of
The motion pictures which will be forcefully discussed.
Manage The Farm. '
In this day and generation, the
farmer must he a better manager than
his father was. The soil is not so
fertile, labor is higher and there are
other new conditions which
he combatted. Every farmer
should he interested in hearing some
one talk on "Managing the Farm"
in this day or high prices, labor short
age and other unusual conditions. M.
C. Kroft, of the College of Agricul
ture wil handle this subject at the
I Talk on Homemaking.
Miss Dora Senneday will talk on
this subject at the Farmers' Com
munity Meeting The war has forced
many new conditions upon the house
keepers of to-day, many new ideas
and other things of value to the
housekeepers have been worked out
ing the second bottle, I am feeling
fine. I wish to recommend Number
40 to any one needing a blood medi
cine as I believe it is as good as rec
ommended. Mrs. Jane Goodwin, Gid
eon, Mo." Number 40 is demanded
in depraved conditions of the system,
especially of the blood and general
health. In chronic enlargement of the
spleen or liver. In chronic malarial
poisoning. Removes the causes of di
sease by stimulating the removal of
waste thus encouraging nutrition.
Employed with success in blood poi
soning, chronic rheumatism, catarrh,
eczema and skin diseises. Made by
J. C. Mendenhall, Evansville, Ind.
40 years a druggist.
Sold at Wedding's Drug Store,
When In need of a
or marker, write or call J. P. Keith,
Elizabethtown, Ky. Will be in Clo
verport two days each month. Write
Am in position to save you money on anything in this
line that you might need.
so do mice,
once they eat RAT SNAP
they leave no odor behind.
Don't take our
word (or it try a package. Can and dogs
won't touch it. Rats pass up all food to get
RAT SNAP. Three sizes.
Sc. site (1 cake) enough for Pantry Kit
chen or Cellar. ,
50c. sis. (I cakaa) (or chicken House,
coops, or small buildings.
$1 00 six ( takes) enough (or all farm
and out buildings, storage buildings, or fac
Sold and Caaanteed by E. j Ua.-dcaty,
Stephensport ; Conrad Payne 4V Co., Clover
port ; and B. F. Beard, Hardinsburg.
We Want You To Read This
Do you know that we keep a full line of feed for your
stock right here at your door. Why waste time and
money going to other places to buy when you can get it
What We Keep
Corn, Hay, Oats, Bran, Dairy Feed, Cotton Seed
Meal, Chicken Feed and a Full Line of Groceries. Prices
Right and Prompt Service.
these will be
The New Boy.
I On the first day of ichool in an
Ohio town the teacher of the first
'grade was securing the names of her
She came to one youngster whose
To my Clients and Friends: father was noted for h is profanity,
Mr D. C Walls and I had an arrangement under which he reoresented and said: "What is your name?"
me in all matters during my fifteen months service here and in France. We
have formed a permanent partnership under the firm name of MOORMAN
& WALLS and will practice together hereafter. I am compelled to go to
California in connection with my brother's estate and I will return in time
to assist in preparing for the October term.
Henry DeHavcn Moorman
Uobbie Hughes," was the reply.'
"Do you know your a-b:c's?"
"Hell not I've only been here fivs)
minutest" was the astonishing an
I frvtaflton. Ky. I
The seed oi every great fortune in I , V 1
A-a-r.r. tod.v was the Savina Habit SmmmmmmmmmmmmmiWOOdtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
"TO LIVE IS TO GROW."
Our steady and progressive growth is due, in a great
measure, to the new business recommended by old
customers, for which we are grateful.
Our officers are always glad to further the interests
of our growing list of depositors and w.elcome each
opportunity to render additional servict
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