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THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY
Of Cattle and Hog Breeders
Chicken Raisers, Live Stock
.and Tobacco Dealers of
Planters Hall Stock Farm
Qlen Dean, Ky.
..roiled uuriiam cattle. Poland China
i Hogs. Short Horn Cattle. Hamp
Hare won 1000 Klbbont at State Fi' in
Past Five Veara
lollatf nnma Ltns Pnem
I, t aifJ "vine j iuciv ai in
f W. J. OWEN & SONS, Propleton
Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1
Poland China Hogs a Specialty
Polled Durham Cattle
THE HOWARD FARMS
J. M. HOWARD ft SON, Prop.
Shorthorn and Polled Shorthorn, Roan Sultan,
aon of White-hall Sultan, headi the herd.
Duroc Hogs, Sprague Defender head the
Breeders of 2nd. prize Polled Shorthorn
Heifer (Senior yearling class)' Inter-National
Chicago, lllll). .
LIVE STOCK AND
. V. Robertson
High-Class Horses, Mules, Fine Sad
dle and Harness Horses.
It will pay you to visit my Stables
G. N. Lyddan
FARMER AND FEEDER
WEBSTER STOCK FARM
H. H. NORTON, Owner
Farmer, Feeder and Dealer in
All Kinds of Live Stock.
Webster, :-: :-: Kentucky.
When Your Friends Ask That,
Can You Always Say "Yes"?
The Happy Family is the One
Where Everybody Has Red-
Children should not be pale and
wan. Women should not be tired,
weak and blue. Young girls should
not be sallow, listless and anemic.
Men should not feel run-down and
Poor health and lack of vitality arc
often merely the result of impover
Glide's Pcpto-Mangan is for people
whose bodies suffer from lack of
proper blood nourishment. Pcpto
Mangan enriches the blood and in
creases the number of healthy red
blood cells, which are so necessary lo
carry the proper nourishment, vigor
ousness, and strength to every part
of the body.
It contains the very properties that
arc so sorely needed to build up thin,
watery blood. Physicians call it the
Red Blood Builder.
For your convenience Pcpto-Mangan
is prepared in two forms, liquid
and tablet. Both contain exactly the
same medicinal value.
Insist on the genuine Pepto-Man-gan.
To be sure ypu arc buying the
genuine Pepto-Mangan, ask your
drusrsist for "Gude's." And be sure
'the name "Gude's" is on the package.
Elmo is forehanded, also progres
sive. Five young 'women are going to
run the affairs of the town for the
next two years. They are Miss Cora
Lamar, Miss Nettie Beaver, Miss
Rose Campbell, Miss Minnie Humph
rey, Miss Lizzie Bucker. They were
elected Tuesday as the members of
the town board and will meet within
a few days to organize by choosing
from their number a mayor, a city
clerk, a marshall and street commis
sioner, a treasurer and the other heads
of departments necessary in the con
duct of the affairs of the village. But
these, young women were not permit
ted to take the reins of government
without a protest. In face there were
two tickets made up of men. The
"Ladies' Ticket" carried. From the
CROSBY'S KIDS . I
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U.S. FACING SEVERE
Due to Scarcity Farm Labor,
Says Secretary of American
The Alex Gray Jack will stand the present season at the
Haynes farm half way between Custer and Garfield,
on new Custer road. He will serve mares at $12 to in
sure a colt, money due when fact is ascertained or mare
j Zj jmJm & Vfe-
Also my saddle and harness stallion, King Eagle, wjll
stand at the same place and serve mares at $10.
King Eagle sired, by Old King 1417, Grand' sire Old t
Chester Dare No. 10, he by Black Squirrel, he by
Back Eagle, he by King William, he by Washing
ton Denmark, he by import Hedgeford. First Dam
Dollie Eagle, and Dam Emma Diamede, third dam
by fancy Lord Wellington thoroughbred. King
Eagle's mother is by Red, Eagle No. S41. He is
IS years old the 9th day of May, 1920.
He is a decendant from the great Denmark High- ,
lander family. '
It is claimed by Mr. M, C. McCormick owner of King
Eagle sire and Grand sire that they are the most noted
showed and bred horses in Kentucky. .
BRING YOUR MARES
D. H. SMITH
Springfield. May 10. At the third
New England conference of Farm Bu
reaus held in the Auditorium in this
city today, E. B. Cornwell, president
of the Vermont Federation of Farm
Bureaus, declared that publicity is the
greatest need of the farmer T. B.
Putnam of the New Hampshire As
sociation said that people ought to be
informed regarding the work of farm
A New England publicity bureau.
! it was thought, should be established
to cover the six Mates.
J. W. Coverdale, secretary of the
American Federation of Farm Bu
reaus, spoke on the work of the fed
eration in Iowa, where the farmers
are said to be the be'st organized of
any State in the union. They have
120,000 life members secured at $5
each. He said in part:
"The United States is facing the
biggest food shortage it has ever
known. In my own state of Iowa, help
is so scarce that no more than 1.)
per cent of the corn and other grain
acreage, will be seeded down. This
has not come about through a refusal
of the grain growers to pay high
wages. They are offering as high as
$ll." a month with board and washing
and are totally unable to get men.
"I am informed that in New York
State thousands of farms will not be
worked this year because of a short
age of help, tl'.e situation is Nation
wide. It is just as serious in live-stock
Throughout the Middle West I have
had reports that the shrinkage in
pork production will be from 20 to 25
per cent. This is due to a slump in
the price for hogs at a time when
grain was still high. This led the
breeders to sacrifice their breeding
stock and there is nothing in the pre
sent condition to induce them to make
extra efforts to build up again.
"The shortage of help is the chief
cause of this dropping off in produc
tion. In Iowa alone we are short
10,000 men for farm labor." t
PRESIDENTS HAVE BEEN
RECIPENTS ODD GIFTS.
Early presidents of the United
States -'received strange gifts during
"their terms as executives, the strang
checse sent to Thomas Jefferson, with
the admiring inscription, "the greatest
est of them all being, perhaps the
cheese in America for the greatest
man in America." It was conveyed to
Washington by a six-horse team.
Jefferson insisted upon paying for it,
and it lasted for a whole year.
Andrew Jackson was the recipient
of such gifts as a whole hog from
Kentucky, whisky from, Pennsylvania
beef from New York and a cheese that
weighed half a ton or more from New
England. The Blue room In the White
House contains the most famous of
the gifts received by American pres
idents, the golden mantel clock pres
ented to Washington by Lafayette,
who received it from Napoleon. In
the' Green room is the Gobelin tapes
try, made by a process which is now
a lost art, which the Emperor of
Austria gave Mrs. Grant.
MAGAZINES MAY BE
FORCED TO SUSPEND.
Owing to the paper shortage over
the country, it was announced in
one of the leading New York' dailies
last week that many leading magaz
ines may have to-temporarily suspend
publication. The publishers of several
fieridoicals of national circulation
lave decided to combine two issues
in one or to reduce the number of
pages in each because of the shortage
resulting from the strike. The situa
tion is exceedingly critical among the
publishers of magazines and news
papers all over the country.
"I Lost My Best Customers Thru
Rats," Writes J. Adams.
"Used to have the busiest Restau
rant in town until news spread that
the kitchen was infested with rats;
lost a lot of my best customers until
I tried, RAT-SNAP. Haven't a pest
in tlie place now. Restaurants should
use RAT- SNAP," Three sizes, 25c,
50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by
.Conrad Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky.,
and B. F, Beard & Co., Hardinsburg,
THE NEW SHOPPER
"Please give me enough money for
"Surely, but where are you going?"
"Shoppingl" -Cartoons Magazine.
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