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"She Breckenridge News.
WKDNKSDAY, SUI'T. 5. 97 Kntered nttlio PouOflllccntCloTerport, Ky as rcondcli5 matter. .HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Precinct and city Offices 3.50 For County Offices $5.00 For State and District Offices.. ..$ 16.00 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line........ 10 For All Publications In the inter est of individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Train Schedule on The L, H. & St, L. R'y. Effective June 17, 1917. EAST nOUND No. i will leave Cloverport s J A. M. ArrlvlDK IrvlnRton .10! I A. M. Arriving Louisville 12:15 1'. M. No. lit will leave Cloverport t'M V. M. ArrlvlDK IrlnKton 5:50 . M. Airlvlmt Louisville. 7:40 l. M. No. lia will leave Clovcroort J:0S A. M. ArrivltiR IrvtaRtpn .... 5:5 A. M. Arrlvlnit Loulsvlllo 7:2o A. M. WEST BOUND No. 141 will leave Cloverport 10-57 A. M. Arriving Owensboro --35 92 !! f!- Arrlvlnit Henderson- 1J:58 l M. Arrlvlnit Evnnsvllle 1:23 1. M. ArrlvlDK Bt. Louis 7i0 1. M. No. 143 will leave Cloverport - 7:45 . M. Arriving nawcsvlllc 8:08 . M. ArrlvlnnOwensboro .... 0:00 P. SI. No. 145 will leave Cloverport 1 1 :55 1 JJ. ArrtvlnitOwensboro............. 1:00 A. M. Arriving Hondcrson- - 1 :50 A. M. Arriving Kvansvllle 2:17 A. M. Arriving St. Louis 7:40 A.M. No. 147 will leavo Cloverport 6:30 A. M. Arriving Owensboro 7:48 A. M. Arriving Henderson . 9:00 A.M. Local Briefs Gathered for our Busy Readers, Church and Society Notes. Miss Jane Smith was In Louisville last week. School shoes for Boy's ami Girls at Sippet's Shoe Store. James-Fitch, Louisville spent Sunday and Monday at home. Mrs. Hattie Mullen, Kansas City, Mo. is vMUng, Mr Wm Mullen. Mr. Joe Ro s, I'arkersburg, W. Vn., Is hete vuiting relatives and friends. Mrs. James Hart, Louisville is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Clyde Morrison. Harold Gregory, Louisville is the guest of h!s sister, Mrs. Clyde Morrison. Mrs. A. M. Tate, Louisville is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Nolle and Mr. Nolte. Dr. R. T. Deraster and Mrs. Derap ster, Glen Dean were in Louisville Friday. Misses Bertice and Leila Tucker will leave Thursday evening for New Wins dor. Ill Mrs. George Bentley, Hawesvllle was here Thursday to attend the Baptist association. Just received a nice line of Ladies,' Misses' and children's shoes at Sippel's Shoe Store. 1 Mrs. V. B. Butts, Caseyville is here the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Win Dorst went to Sklllman Tuesday for a short stay with Air. and Mrs. Ilaman. Lion Brand shoes will give you per fect satisfaction. Sold only at Comad Sippel's, The Shoe Man.. P. J. Cheney and daughter, M.iss Cheney, Burkeshill, III., came to Ky., on Saturday for a business trip. Mrs. Gywn Bush aud Mrs. Jim Cain, Louisville nro visiting Mrs. Cain's par ents, Mr. and Mrs, S. K. Berry Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hatfield and children, Newark, New Jersey spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pitch. There will be an Ice cream supper at Hardin's school house Saturday evening Sept. 8, for benefit scbool. You are invited. Mrs. W. T. Claycomb and her niece, Miss Lida Catherine Claycomb were WRITE US TODAY FOR PRICES ON Pianos and Player Pianos Twenty good second-hand pianos. Special bargains while they last. Samuels-Bittel Music Go, "The Store that Mide Oweniboro Mutlctl" 105 W. Third St. OWENSBORO, KY. FOR SALE! Farm of about 120 acres, within 3 miles of Cloverport. A good 4 room house and other necessary out-buildings. Plenty of water and fruit. For sale at a bar gain if sold at once. For further particulars write CHAS. W, BLEDSOE Cloverport, Ky. Will Rent to Responsible Party, SB here last week visiting Mrs. Virginia Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wood and daugh ter, Miss Betsy Wood, are in Hopkins villa visiting Mr. Wood's parents Mr. and Mrs. Wood, Miss Ruth Charnbllss, Hardinsburg and Miss Anna C. Guthrie, Henderson have arrived here to take their places In the public school. Mr. Andrew Ashby has returned home from Eddyvllle, Ky., where he spent several days the guest of Miss Freda Mae Bannon. Mrs. Eliza Taylor and grandson, Al fred Taylor and Mrs. Davis, Hardins burg motored here Thursday and spent the day with relatives. Mr. Eldin Frank and Miss Evelyn Stlllger, Louisville, Miss Ora Matthews and Homer Matthews spent Sunday with relatives in Vanzant. The Parent-Teachers Association will meet at the public school building Friday afternoon 3:15 o'clock. The members are u.'ged to be present. Mrs. J. Byrne Severs and her son, Hugh Barrett Severs spent last week in Owensboro tho guests of Mrs. Severs's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Barrett. J. Dutschke, Holt, Ky., was in town Saturday. He was a genial visitor in the News office and incidentally renew ed his subscription for another year. Mrs. Jeff Owen, Miss Carrie Moor man and Mr. Laws Moorm ;d, Eliz i bethtown who have visiting in Hardins burg and Glen Dean returned home Monday. Mrs. Henry Cline, Owensboro and Mrs. John Gibson, Sample were the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Virginia Wil Hams while here attending the Baptist association. W. Sherman Ball, Hardinsburg who is a candidate for County Attorney attended the Baptist association on Wednesday. Rev, M. L. Dyer, Mrs. Dyer and their children, Miss Elanora Ray Dyer and Robert Dyer returned home Mon day with Mrs Dyer's sister, Miss Viola Slaughter who lives at Nolin, Ky. Mrs. Dixon Kitchen returned to her home In Hopkinsville, Wednesday after a visit to her daughter Mrs. Hugh Wood and Mr. Wood. Miss Ruby Wood returned home with her grandmother, Mrs. Kitchen for a short visit. We have the strongest and best line of mens and boys work shoes and an every day line of shoes for women eyery brought to this market. The prices are not as high as they are reported to be. Come in and see for your self and ask the price. Julian H. Brown. Mrs. Ike Meyer, Louisville is having an extended trip through the West She has been in Denver, Colo., the guest of Mr. Alvln Simons and from there she went to Cal., for a several weeks stay before returning home. Write to day to Fordsville Planing Mill Company, Fordsville, Ky., for samples and prices of their Composition Rubber Rooting, Freight Paid to your Railroad station. They have a nice assortment of grades of good, reliable roofing and can make prompt shipment. Mrs. William G. Potk and her son, William Goddard Polk Jr., will goto Louisville Friday where they will be met by Mr. Polk and will go to Knox ville, Tenn., to visit Mr. Polk's sister, Mrs. H A. Evans before returning to their home in Cincinnati. Mrs. Polk was accompained to Louisville by her sister, Miss Mildred Babbage who will spend the week end with Miss Adtlie Fairleigh. HILL ITEMS Miss Jennie Hardin, of Brandenburg, is visiting Mrs. Hillary Hardin. Miss Nellie Burk, after spending her vacation at home, returned to Louis ville Sunday morning. Miss Jane Hambleton spent the week end with Mrs. Charlie Kell. Miss Margaret Lynch, of Owensboro, has returned home after a pleasant visit at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mil burn. Robt. Wilson has gone to Louisville. He will be joined by his wite and chil dren in a short time where they will make their home. Steve. Wilson and family attended the Catholic picnic In Hardinsburg on Sat urday. Mrs. Sam Wheatley went to Evans- ville Saturday to see her daughter, Mrs. Murray Pryor. Mm, Vernon Milburn and children, Raymond and Otborn, spent the week end in Kvansvllle. Luther Satterlle'd was in Louiwlllo last Saturday. Adell Kell camo home Sunday morn ing from Louisville, after a delightful visit to her aunt, Mrs. Courtney Bib bage. Mrs. Jcu Simmons, Mrs. Arthur Daugherty and daughter, Laura Mae, arrived Saturday to be at home with their uncle, JamesSatterfield, who is at home from Pinevllle. Mrs. Bashara, of Chicago, is here to see her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smiley. Mrs. O. B. Mattlngly has returned from McQuady, where she visited her sister, Mrs. Joe Ball. Birch Long, of Dam 4.1, spent Sun day and Monday at the Satterfield home the guest of Miss Iva Wine. CLOVERPORT MAN'S JUCKY FIND Will Interest Readers of The News. Those having the misfortune to suf fer from backache, urinary disorders, gravel, dropsical swellings, rheumatic pains, or other kidney and bladder dis orders, will read with gratification this encouraging statement by a Cloverport man. W. N. Johnson, proprietor of grocery, Railroad St., Cloverport, says: "I was troubled with my kldueys for six years before I could get anything to do me any good. My worse complaint was a dull pain across my back. My back ached dreadfully at night and I was lame in the "morning. I tired easily, was languid and always nervous. I also had dizzy spells and my sight be came blurred. The kidney secretions were too frequent in passage and con tained sediment. Finally I used n box of Doat.'s Kidney Pills. I continued taking them, procuring them at Fish er's Drug Store and they cured me " Price GOo at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a Uldnsy remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that cured Mr. Johnson. Foster Milburn Co , Props.. Buffalo, N. V. I FARM AND STOCK. I Bountiful rains during last week have helped crops, pastures and the herds of cbttte, hogs and other live stock are en joying it besides it is a relief to humans. A. V. Whitworth reports squirrels plentiful in his cornfield near Stephen sport. Says he killed 6 standing in his tracks and 9 more by just moving his position a little bit. Says he needs help to clean them out before they clean out his field. .Barney DeJtrnette, McQuady is now enjoying a brand new Maxwell he bought Saturday from B. F. Beard &Co. Crushed stone is being put on the Hardinsburg pike. The county is furn ishing the stone and the farmers are hauling it free. Frank Carter is looking after the work. A. N. Skillman & Son are feeding 70 head of hogs for the November market. They are also feeding 23 head fine cat tle. They have 100 acres in corn, 2H acres fine tobacco and are breaking lOO acres for wheat. They have on hands plenty of stocn, cattle and hogs for next year. J. T. McClellan sold Will Waggoner 3 Jersey heifer calves, yearland, for $75. Beard Brothers sold Mr. Pierce a fine bunch of stock last week. Morgan Chappel one of the best citiz ens and farmers of the Raymond neigh borhood is very low with dropsy. He is 63 years old. Joe Beatty, Irvington No 2 has 5 acr es of Burley that will make' he says a round 8,000 pounds. He has a standing offer of $i7, round for it. Roy Cain has a very fine crop of Bur- Wanted ! 100 Cars Cider Apples L. D. ADDISON, Addison, Ky. Classified I advertisements! K RATE- tc Per Word Each Insertion ft! Norn Advertlcr plrnce notify tho editor wneriyou warn advertisement micontinueu WANTED WANTElf-You to (III vour run! house wlillollieprlco Is rUlit.-McO LOTH LAN tc SON. IrvlrKton. Ky. WANTED MISCELLEANOUS WANTKI) Vou to make extra money by rentlnir Unit tuinn, room up vnnp v&(ntiL homo liv running 11 Want Ad. In THE IIIIK- unt-.aitiiJtii-; n r.Ws. FOk SALE toil SALE Two nice refrigerator, one, Inree and ona small) In first clan condition. Will sell cheap on account of lateness of season. It. II. McOlotliluii, Irvlimton, Ky. VOU HAI.E-Oood milch cows. Itcavln & Knue, Mcyuiidy, Ky. FOIt SALE A lot of pood Milk Cows Heard llros., Ilardlnsturg, Ky. KOIt WALK Knrmfl acresi Improvements fi-room dwelling; I tobanco nnd stock barn; "0 acres In tlmbcr:35acrcsundtrcultlvutlon: Rood productive land for corn, tobacco and clover; well watered with never-fulling spring and two cliterns; 2 miles cast of Sto phensport. ne,r Union Star Hoad; 115 rods now wire fencing erected tills Spring: land In fine state of cultivation, l'rlco K.000. II. A. Kobenson. Stcpbensport, Ky. KOIt SALE Chenp, If taken at once, two Incubators, both In pood shape; One 250 egg and 0110 lSOcgg. Herbert Hall, Hardinsburg, Ky. COI1 SALE 2T.0 aero farm; 100 acres level: 1 50 acres In good timber; bulanco good hlllsldo land; well watered;5-roorndwelllng: tobacco and stock barns; lino tobarco and wheat land: situated on malnllneof Hender son Itoute. Kor price and further Informa tion writo rno urcCKcnriUrfe News, Ulovcr port, Ky. FOR RENT KOIt IiKNT I'lne river Iwttom farm of 116 acres, on railroad, flood Imnrovemeiits. Mrs. Hannah lliirdln, Holt, Ky. V. G. BABBAGE ATTORNEY Get my Rates for Collecting Notes and Mortgages by Suit in the Circuit Court. Cloverport, Kentucky lev with a standing offer of $17.50 round. John Alexander a retired farmer Is passing his leisure time in Hardinsburg teaching a class in kindergarten. A. moug his members are: John P. Haswell Sr., Mnrkus Kincheloe, Milt West, Rob ert G-eorge G .11 drier nnd Gen 1J R. Murray. George N. Lyddan of P.irk Place farm near Irvington sold H. II Norton SO head of top hogs on tlio tlS 3" mar kei. George win more than delighted, lie sajs it was lUe selling a car load of inulef . Leave for College Next Week. Miss Mary Owen Oelze and Mr. For est Oryden U'eatherholt will leave Sunday for Georgetown and f,c.lngton nhere they will enter college. Miss Oelze who Is the very attract ive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oelze will be a student of Georgetown College, a renowned institution for girls,. Mr. Weatherholt was the valedic torian in the 'I7 class of C. U. S. and goes to the State University to enter upon a four years course in Mechan ical Engineering. He Is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt. Resolutions adopted By the W. M. U. Resolved, that we, the W M. U of the Breckinridge Association, wish to express our sincere gratitude to the members of the M. 1C. church for the use of their building, and to nil who assisted in making our stay in Clover port pleasant and beneficial, and: That we appreciate the words of en- courgement given us by Mrs. Bose, our efficient Cor. Sec, one who is cons ecrated to her work, and our prayer Is that she will bo led by God In the future as In the past. That we will not forget in our dally prayers our national leaders, our army boys, our boys in the navy, that all be willing to do God's will. That we appreciate our officers and leaders nnd will show our appreciation by co-operating heartly, with them, in the great work before us. Mrs. I. B Richardson, Committee:- Mrs. Taylor Beard. Farm For Sale Tho old Chits. Tinius home stead, known us tho Mt. Joseph Vinoyurd und Orclinrd Farm. c 2 15 acres 2 miles from Holt station; 1 mile from Ohio river; 1 6-room dwel ling; 1 4 room tenant house; 1 large stock barn; I large fruit house witli cellar 25x30 ft.; 1 large tobacco barn; 1 large sheep barn; pleutystock water; fruits of all kinds; farm in good state of cultivation. Will sell on right kind of terms. For prices and particulars call on or write C. A. TINIUS, Stephensport, Kentucky Hero is 11 li.it of nrticlu that every school child will need and there is no reason why they nhould not be equipped when they enter school on Monday, September 3, 1917 The pennies nnd dinicd you snvc in the purchase here, Boon amount to dollars, und in our nnnunl school sales we've taved many u dollar for the parents of th'w community. Lead Pencils School Slates Sluto Pencils Pencil Hoxcs Pen Holders Rulers Pen Points Pencil Sharpeners Crayons Tape Measures Ink Composition Hooks New Line of IIijh School Tablets for Pencil or Jnk He Sure to Get One of Them On account of the very close Margin it is Necessary to Sell the Books for J. C. NOLTE & BR0.. Cloverport Ky. Rubber Roofing Fop Every Need Roofing That Lasts Longer Roofing That Looks Better Roofing That Costs Less We have a Large Stock of Good, Reliable Composition Rubber Roofing. Write Today For Samples and Prices. Freight Paid to Your Railroad Station FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. Incorporated JAKE WILSON. Monapror THE FOLKS AT HOME Want your photograph, in uniform, to be sure, but they may need reminding that you want photographs of them as well. If you will do the reminding we will make the photographs that will please you. BRABANDT'S STUDIO NEWS OFFICE BUILDING I Coming to the State Fair? It is better to buy direct from people who manufacture ulasses than to order from someone who has to order from someone else. Better then let us make your EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES The Ball Optical Company ROBT. 613 FOURTH AVENUE JEWELRY It is GOOD if you buy it hero. It costs no moro und you luivc our ztinr. untco us well at tho nrticlo you buy. Our juitnintco insures tho high quulity of your purclmso, or its return if you nro not Hiitistied. T. G, LEWIS, Watchmaker Try Us for ?7i.7li77,i, r.i.'f.jj Pencil Tablets Ink Tablets School Sponycs School Scissors School Thimbles Fountain Pens FORDSVILLE. KY. CLOVERPORT, KY. J. BALL LOUISVILLE. KY. : Hardinsburg, Ky. Job Printing