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fHRBRlfcCKENRIDGENEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY
JULY 14, If
TO HOLD PRIMARY
IN 79 COUNTIES
Many Candidates Have No Op
ponents and Will Get Nom
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just one year.
You will never be extravagant again. It is more
pleasure to BANK money than to SPEND it.
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thank us for giving you the idea.
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Frankfort, Ky Primary ballots
will have to be furnished for only 79
of the 120 counties in Kentucky
There will be primary races in August
in thirty-nine counties for the Dem
ocrat and in fifty-nine for'thc Repub
licans as follows:
Democrats: Adair, Anderson, Bath,
Hoonc, Bourbon, Boyd, Boyle, Camp
bell, Carroll. Casey, Clark Estill, Fa
yette, Franklin, Gallatin, Garrard,
Grant, Henry Jessamine, Jefferson,
Kenton, Lee Lincoln, Madison, Meni
fee, Mercer, Montgomery, Oldham,
Owen, Pendleton, Powell, Scott,
Shelby, Spencer, Trimble and Wood
ford Rcpublician: Bath, Bourbon, Brack
en, Boyd, Breckinridge, Breathitt,
Bullitt, Carter, Clark, Elliott. Estill,
Fayette, Fleming, Floyd, Franklin,
Grayson, Green, Greenup, Hardin
Harrison, Hart, Henry Larue, Law
rthce, Lcc Lewis, Marion, Martin,
Mason, Mendc, Menifee, Montgomery,
Morgan, Nelson, Nicholas, Ohio, Old
ham, Owen, Powell, Robertson, Row
en, Scott, Taylor, Washington, Wolfe
Certificates of nomination will be
issued the following'who have no op
position: For United States Senator J. C.
W. Beckham, Frankfort, Democrat,
and Richard P. Ernst, Covington,
t.-- a .11-.. 1...1 T?:rtt. n:.:,.i I
William Rogers Clay, Lexington,
Democrat; H. N. Dean, Clover Bot
i torn, Republican.
i First District Alben W. Barkley.l
Second District David H. Kinche
loe, Madisonville, Democrat; Erskine
B Bassett, Hopkinsville, Republican.
Third District R. Y. Thomas. Cen
tral City. Democrat: John H. Gilliam,
Fourth District Ben Johnson,
Fifth District Charles F. Ogden.
OF PLAIN AND DOTTED VOILE
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Here Is a pretty blouse mndc In sur
plice style, of plain nnd dotted voile.
The dotted voile Is brought nbout tho
I waist to form a twisted girdle. Three
I quarter length sleeves of the plain ma
terial are finished with scant flounces
cut In points, made of the dotted goods.
This blouse is not at nil dlfllcult to
make and suggests the combination of
short lengths of material that could
not otherwise be used.
Rev. J. R. Randolph To Attend
Teachers Training School
Sixth District Rodney G. Brvson.
Covington, Republican. I
Eighth District King Swope, Dan
Ninth District W. J. Field, Olive
Tenth District J. W. Langley,
Pikcville, Republican. I
Eleventh District J. M. Robison ,
iiarbourville, Republican; J. fc.. bamp
son, Harlan Democrat.
For Commonwealth's Attorney
Eleventh District, Abel Harding, Tay
For Circuit Judge, Twenty-third
District J. K. Roberts, Beattyville,
3,374 STRIKES AND
LOCKOUTS IN 1919
Affected 4,000,000 Workers, Nine In
volving 60,000 Each
Two Stores Identical Prices More Volume Less Expense Standardized Values
Did You Ever Have the
Clothing Stomach Ache?
Did you ever buy a suit for
$75.00 then next week read an
advertisement by the same cloth
ing store, announcing "The Sale
You Have Been Waiting For
$75.00 Suits for $39.75"?
Did vou ever have the Cloth
ing Stomach Ache?
You will not suffer from
stomach ache or from pal
pitation of the heart if you
buy seasonable clothing from
the Store of Standardized
Values, for you can buy
with confidence now a fine
two-piece summer suit
$15.00 to $35.00--with the
assurance that the price will
not be reduced next month.
When September brings
the desire for Fall clothing
don't hesitate to trade with
Crutcher & Starks, for the
price you pay in September
will be the same price that
you would pay after Christ
mas. At this store it is not
necessary to wait until after
midseason for bargain prices
on clothing, hats, shirts, un
derwear or shoes.
3fo Store oJZShn.&ro'izeJValag,
B FOURTH AND km JEFFERSON
Granville RBurfon Sonsn
Washington, July 7 Strikes and
lockouts in the United States in 191'"
totalled 3,374 and affected more than
4,000,000 workers, .icrnrdmg to a re
view issued today by the Department
of Labor. Approximately one-half of
the strikes occurrul in five States
New York, Massichusett-, Pennsyl
vania, Ohio and Illinois.
Although there were thirty-seven
more labor conflicts reported last year,
than in 1918, the total for 1910 was
materially under that of 191G and 1917.
On the other hand, no strike in 1918
involved as many as GO.OOO workers,
while no less than nine walkouts last
years interrupted the labor of more
The department's review attributed
the absence of violence in labor con
troversies during 1919 to less frequent
use of strike breakers.
PLANS MADE FOR MIL
LION DOLLAR STEAM
BOAT ON OHIO RIVER.
1 Memphis, Tenn., July 12. Plans
for the formation of a $1,000,000 Miss
issippi and Ohio river steamboat or
ganization to restore traffic into and
out of Memphis were made at a meet
ing or representatives of twenty-five
manufacturing and jobbing houses
here. It is planned to put sufficient
steamers in the trade to give Memph
is and other points from New Orleans
to St. Louis and Cincinnati service
similar to that they enjoyed before
railroads destroyed the commerce of
A committee was appointed to re
port on the number of boats neces
sary, the cost of maintenance, oper
ation and probable limits of the ser
vice. It is planned to get the service un
der way during1 the summer and be
fore the advanced rail freight rates
Two Stores Identical Prices More Volume Less Expense Standardized Values
"Found Seven Rats Dead in Bin Next
Robert Woodruff says: "My prem
ises were mtested with rats. 1 tried
RAT-SNAP on friend's recommenda
tion. Next morning found se,ven dead
rats in bin, two near feed box, three
in stall. Found large number since.
I No smell from dead rats RAT-
SNAP drys them up. Best thing I
have ever used." Three sizes, 25c, 50c,
$1.00 Sold and guaranteed by Con
rad Payne & Co., Cloverport, Ky ,
and B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinsburg,
WOMAN SUFFRAGE GETS SET
BACK IN VT. AND FLA.
The Governors of the states of Ver
mont and Florida have refused to
call special sessions of their legisla
ture to consider and vote on the na
tional woman's suffrage amendment
to be constitutional.
Love Note Admitted as Will.
One. of thu queerest wills ever ad
mitted to probate In Snn Frnnclsco Is
a lovo letter, written by Harry F.
Heine, a San Francisco artist, to
Carmcllta Cndognn, his flnncee. Tho
letter was writtenby Heine two weeks
before he Tell in action In Frunce. In
It he expressed the wish that all ho
owned should go to Miss Cudogan In
the event of his death.
Fine Results From Simple Dyes.
A demonstration held In Loudon by
the. Knftc Guild of Design and Crafts
showed the beuuttful results produced
by ordinary methods of dyeing. Some
woolen stuffs woven by members of
the guild with primitive apparatus
were dyed with privet, bracken, gorse
and other well-known plants and even"
with soot from the chimney, the last
producing a beautiful old gold tint.
A number of important Methodists
next few weeks at the Kavanaugh I
Camp Grounds, Crcstwood The first
gatherings will be held during the
will be that of the Conference Train-1
ing school for the two conferences j
Louisville and Kcntucky which will '
open on July 20, and continue through
July 20 This will be followed, Julv 28, f
to August 3, by a convention of the
Methodist Girls' Missionary Society.'
and on August 15, the preaching to be
done by the Rev. Carl Gregory,
The religious training school will
be conducted under auspices of the
Kentucky and Louisville conferences
and the general Sunday-school boards
of the Southern Methodist Church.
This will be the first training school
at Kavanaugh Camp and will be mod
eled after the famous training school
of Southern Methodism held every
year ft Lake Junaluska in Norm
A number of Sunday-school special
ists have been secured to romdt'ft the
school, among them Prof. J. H. Mont
gomery, Richmond, Va., who will be'
general director; Miss Mary Alice
Jones Bruce McDonald, South Caro-'
lina, junior work; the Rev C. O.
Shugart, Texas, young people's work;
the Rev. Enimctt Higntower, Nash-j
yille, adult work; Dr. E. B. Crooke,
Virginia, pupil study, Prof. B. T.
Spencer, Winchester, Ky., methods of
teaching; the Rev. Dr. W. R. Bourne,
Louisiana, organization and admin
Frang H. Gregg, pf the Louisville
Y. M. C. A. will be the director of
The conference is planned for all
pastors, Sunday-school superintend
ents and teachers.
Rev J R. Randolph, pastor of the
Cloverport Methodist church, Jeaves
"That Clean Store"
Nothing old on the shelf
We buy produce
We buy poultry and eggs
Would Swim the River to
Accommodate the Public"
W. 0. HOLDER
and Wood Work
While You Wait
know how to do the
Work. Two Good Me-.
No Work Too Big
Monday to attend
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