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IVMB II, 1321
THE BRECKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY
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 describ
ed property, or so much thereof as
may be neccssarj to satisfy plaintiff's
debt, interest and cost3, to wit:
S Approximately two hundred and
seventy-five dollars ($'J7S.00.) One
Ford Roadester Automobile, motor
. 12910, model 1010, levied upon as the
property of fc. L. Jctfcrtes.
TRRMS: Sale will he made on a
credit of six months, bond with ap
proved security required, bearing m-
!rftcrest at the rate of '0 per cent per
annum (irom nay oi saic ana naviug
the force and effect of a replcving
J. B. Carman, S. B. C.
(Continued From Page 3)
brother, John Blythc, Jr., was a
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Whcatley have
moved into their new home on the
Mr. Aldridcre has moved from the
V country into John Blythe's house on
Mrs. Schuyler Martin returned to
.Louisville, Tuesday after having
, ' OLD LEAKY ROOFS .
Cn he sared and made Ieakproof with
.Manufacturers Direct to Consumer,
'INTERNATIONAL COATINGS CO.
49 S. Second St. Louirrille, Ky.
Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid
troubles are most dangerous be
cause of their insidious attacks.
Heed the first warning, they give
that they need attention by taking
. GOLD MEDAL
a ict! r!4P Av.
Th world's standard remedy for these
disorders, will often ward off these dis
eases and strengths the body against
further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists.
Look for the name Gold Medal on err box
and accept no imitation
spent a week here with her husband,
who is here working up. the tobacco
bought by C C. Martin and Ed Mar
tin last fall.
B. S. Clarkson spent a clay and
night here last week, Mr. Clarkson
will sail the 20th for Germany, to re
main until November.
A daughter arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Whitworth's the
Mrs. Guy Springgatc has returned
from Cloverport, after having spent
a week with Mr. Springgatc's parents.
Miss Howe David Griffith left for
Owensboro, Thursday to visit her
aunts, Mcsdamcs. Frank Thornton
and Orain Kascy.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hodges, of
Louisville, are the proud parents pf
an eight pound boy.
Rev. Allen, Mrs. Allen and child
ren, will return home Friday from a
ten days visit with relatives in
Marion and Casey county.
Mrs. Boyd Keith entertained to
dinner Sunday in honor of her hus
band's birthday. Several from this
neighborhood were invited.
Mrs. Lee Cohen returned to her
home in Louisville, after several days
visit with Mrs. Z. T. Stith.
Mrs. Emma Morton came Wednes
day for a visit to her brother, Z. T.
Mrs. Robert Carman and baby arc
ill at this writing.
The base ball club of this place will
give an ice cream supper here Satur
day night. Also a big ball game.
Misses Ruth and Marian Gross, of
New Albany, Ind., are visiting their
aunt, Mrs. A. VV. Foote.
The condition of Hon. Clias. R.
Btanford, who fell and broke his hip
is very critical.
Ray Keith spent Monday in .Louis
ville. Miss Margaret Payne is attending
the six weeks school in Hardinsburg.
E. Stuart Babbage has returned to
his home in Cloverport.
Mrs. Lucy Richardson, of Vine
Grove, came Thursday to see her
brother, Hon. Chas. R. Blanford.
M.r Owen Hunter, of California,
has been visiting his mother, Mrs.
Miss Laura Sparrow is visiting rel
atives 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 pre
sents from her children and grand
children. 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.
The heavy rain that fell Saturday
evening and Sunday morning was a
great help to the farmers and gar
dens. We arc glad to see Dr. J. B. Fry
mire able to be out on the porch.
The ice cream supper given by the
base ball boys on Saturday evening
June 11, was a success in spite of
the bad night.
H. L. Bruner and daughter. Doro-
DR.. W. B. TAYLOR
Mflra Unnrc 8 a. m. to 12 M.
WIIIWC IIUUIO. J
p. m. to 5 p. re.
Aiwiiy in office during Irvlnirtnn Kv
cfllce hours IITIII&IUH, lJ
When Thinking of a
sells you the BEST for LESS than any
agent or competitor in this territory.
He is in Cloverport once or twice
every month. Write him at Eliza
bethtown, Ky. for prices or any other
information regarding a monument
that you might desire.
He guarantees to
save you money
C. E. KEITH & SON
TO MARE APPLI
CATIONS JUNE 24
SALE FOR CITY
AND SCHOOL TAXES
Those Seeking Postoffice Job
to File Applications This
Washington, Jtine 10. The post
office department today requested the
Civil Service commission to conduct
an examination for appointment of a
postmaster at Owensboro under Pres
ident Harding's recent executive or
der. This means, of course, that no
attention will be paid to the examina
tion held several months ago to fill
the Owensboro postoffice in which
John Bishop, superintendent of mails,
made the high mark.
In designing June 21 as the date
when persons wishing- to be regarded
as applicants for postmasterships in
various cities should file their appli
cations, the Civil Service commission
let it become known that the regula
tions governing examinations for first
and second class post offices under
President Harding s executive order
of May 10, will be the same as the
regulations that governed examina
tions under the Wilson- Burleson
For offices paying more than $:J,:J0O
up and including $4,000 candidates
must show that for at least three
years they have held responsible posi
tions. For offices paying less than $-',3o0,
offices of the third class, where can
didates will be assembled for written
examination, the age limit runs from
twenty-one to sixty-five years.
Notice is hcrcb) given that I will
on Saturday, July Hi, 1021, between
the hours of 10 A M. and X 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 op
posite their names and costs of ad
vertising to be added.
Geo. Brown, one House and
Lot, lOL'o City Tae . $11.13
Geo. Brown, one House and
Lot, 1920 School Tax 10 CO
Jas. Dcjarnette, 5." Acres
Land, 1020 School Tax 28.0.'i
Mrs. Malissa Dcjarnette, House
and Lot, 1019 City Tax 11.35
Mrs. Malissa Dcjarnette, House
and Lot, 1910 School Tax 0.09
Mrs. Martha Noble, House and
Lot 1910-17-13-10-20 City Tax 12.45
Mrs. Martha Noble, House and
Lot 1920 School Tax,
PARTS OF GLOBE
2,300 STNDENTS IN RE-
SERVE OFFICERS TRAIN
ING AT CAMP KNOX
J. H. Tindcll. House and Lot
1920 City Tax.
J. H. Tindcll. House and Lot
1920 School Tax-
Tanlac Elements Come From
Many Lands Far Away
There will be others next week.
lf V. Chapin,
Jity and School Tax Collector.
U.S. ARMY TO CON
SIST, 150,000 MEN
AT A COST OF $334,000,000
thy, motored from Louisville, Friday
for an indefinite stay and were ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. O. C. i
Bruner, who remained until bunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruner returned with
L. S. Brashear and drove through in
Mr. Brashcar's car.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Greer, of Bat
tletown, spent last Saturday and Sun
day with her parents, W. W. Barger
L. S. Brashear and Peyton Drash
ear were in Cloverport, Saturday on
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Cart and two
children spent Friday afternoon with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cart,
Several from here attended the ice
cream suppers at Lodiburg and Web
ster, Saturday night.
Advocates of Economy Voted
Down Amendments For
Army of 170,000,000 Men.
Mrs. J. D. Stiff has been on the
sick list for seeral weeks.
Little Mary Joe Burton went to
Lodiburg. Saturday and was the
guest of Miss Ada Pearl Payne.
Mr. J. T. Skillman and family were
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. i
Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Canary visit
ed Mrs. Canary's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Stiff, Sunday.
Farmers of this place are well
pleased to see th.eir crops growing
so nicely after the recent showers.
Miss Lena Robbins, of Hazel Dell
has returned home after a week's visit
among friends and relatives of this
Miss Mary Ellen Roberts returned
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 Hardins
burg one day last week.
Mrs. B. H. Bcauchamp visited re
latives at Sample, last week and re
turned home Saturday.
Mr. Paul Bane returned to his work
Mr. Willie French was at Mr. Will
Seaton's last week painting his resi
dence. Mrs. Chas. French and little son,
Douglas, are on the sick list.
Rev. L. K. May, presiding elder,
will preach here Saturday night and
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Every
one invited to attend these meetings.
R. C. Richardson, of Midway, spent
Saturday and Sunday with his moth
er, Mrs. D. S. Richardson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hcsler and
baby, Mildred, of Louisville, are vis
iting 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
ace McCoy. J
Spectacles and Eye Glasses
(bivltabl bifocal Una)
FOURTH and CHESTNUT,
Washington, June 8. Rejoicing the
committee provisions for a minimum
army appropriation bill carrying a
total of $334,000,000 and making pro
vision for an army of not less than
150,000 men. The House had pre
viously provided for an average
strength of 150,000.
Advocates of economy and a.small
army came to the front in the final
hour of debate, poured a hot attack
on the committee provision for an en
listed personnel of 170,000, and then,
mustering their forces, voted down,
30 to 32, the committee amendments.
By a like majority of four votes the
Senate yesterday had accepted the
170,000 figure, so that today's vote
constituted a direct reversal
The army budget now goes to con
ference for the compromise of Sen
ate and House differences. The House
bill carried appropriations totalling
about $14,000,000 less than the Senate
Two Democrats, Senators Fletcher
(Fla.) and Myers (Mont) voted with
thirty Republicans to support the
Military Affairs Committee as to the
size of the army. Thirteen Repub
licans voted with twenty-three Demo
crats against the 170,000 figure.
Senator Dial. Democrat (S. C), at
tempted td attach an amendment pro
hibiting use of 'any of the appropria
tions to pay American troops in Ger
many, France and Belgium ninety
days after approval of the act. It was
voted down by a chorus of noes, after
Chairman Wadswortli had character-
Tlic ingredients from which the
celebrated medicine Tanlac is made,
come from remote sections of the
earth, and arc transported thousands
of miles over land and sea to the
great Tanlac Laboratories at Dayton,
Ohio, and Walkerville, Canada.
The Alps, Appcnincs, Pyrenees,
Russian-Asia, Brazil, West Indies,
Rocky Mountains. Asia Minor, Per
sia, India, Mexico,- Columbia and
Peru arc among the far away points
from which the principal proportics
of this remarkable preparation are
What is said to be the largest phar
maceutical laboratory in the United
States has been completed at Dayton,
Ohio, for the manufacture of Tanlac
which, according to recent reports, is
now having the largest sale of any
medicine of its kind in the world;
over 20,000,000 bottles having been
sold in six years.
The new plant occupies 00,000
square feet of floor space and has a
daily capacity of 5,000 bottles. Uni
form quality is guaranteed by a scr
ies of careful inspections by expert
chemists from the time the roots,
herbs, bark and flowers are received
in their rough state from all parts of
the globe until their medicinal pro
perties have been extracted by the
most approved process. The finished
medicine is then bottled, tabled and
shipped out to tens of thousands of
druggists throughout the United
States and Canada to supply a de
mand never before equalled by this,
or any other medicine.
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 commis
sions in the reserve corps to complete
The civilians' training camp will
open July 21, and last through August
20, during which civilians from Ken
tucky, 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 sup
plied its quota, about one-fourth of
the l,5o0 to which the camp is limit
ed. Elizabethtown News.
ACTION ON COOPERATIVE
MARKETING PLAN DEFERRED
ized it as "most unwarranted inter
ference in the international affairs of
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Action has been deferred on the
plans for completing the Kentucky
Dark Tobacco Grower's Association
composed of twenty-one counties in
cluding Breckinridge. It is announc
ed that Judge Robert Bingham, of
Louisville, requested that definite ac
tion on Dark Tobacco Association be
deffcrred until the Burley organiza
tion is completed. Judge Bingham
will sail for Europe. Saturday
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