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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY. ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to my many friends of this community that I have resigned my position as manager of the Golden Rule Store, and will open a general merchandise store of my own in the Heyser Building, Cloverport Ky., on Saturday Sept. 14, and I extend a cordial invitation to my friends to call and see me there. I will he able to supply your Fall needs with a strictly new line of Dry Goods, Furnishings, Notions, Staple and Fancy Groceries. Remember every thing new and up-to-date. I want to thank each and every one for their former patronage and solicit same in the future. We will deliver to any part of town. Telephone K. G. BAILES, Cloverport, Ky. Highest prices paid for Produce. oji 1 MILLINER Y Mrs. Bishop and Mis Anna Lee Bishop have returned from St. Louis and Louisville and have ready for your inspection the latest things in New Fall Millinery. CO A TS AND SUITS We are daily receiving shipments ol coats and suits. Remem ber early selections always prove more satisfactory, as well as .nhiiii;- longer service. Being too busy t prepare fur mir usual Fall Opening Display, we have decided nut to have it this season, We extend you an earnest invitation t visit us at any time, assuring you that never a this store so well prepared t take care ol your every want. B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. IRVINGTON tmtwm Dr. and Mrs.W. H Taylor hae returned ' from Hodgnnville. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Taylor. Mis Kvelyn Cross is attending the Girl's High School in Louisville. A Lyceum course will be put on in our town hrgininK October. Mrs K. II. Jolly and daughter, Klizabcth Claire visited Mrs. Men drick last week. Miss BUM Carter is attending Sacred Heart Academy. Louisville. Captain K L. Loyn. Camp Dodge, Iowa is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J I'. Lyon. Misses Margaret and Ruth Ryan, rc-twood are visitors of Mrs. P, II. Kj an. Mrs. J. B, . Hcrndon attended the funeral f Mrs. Hebe Robertson at Stephcnsport last Wednesday. Paid Crews is visiting relatives at McQuady. Mrs. J. f, ogcl and her visitor, spent Tuesday in Louisville. Word has ben received of the safe arrival of J, 1). Lyddan and W ilbur Parks "Over There." Miss Mary Marks. Hartford has been appointed Principal of the Irvington graded and high school. Mrs. (j. L Handy has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. G. T. McCoy. Louisillc. Louisville. Mi.-s Xell Smith and H. P. Conniff spent last Monday in Loui.sville. Mrs. L. D. Riahefl and children are visiting relatival at New Have 1. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel llrooks have returned from Alabama. Miis Stiothcr accompanied them home. Mrs. M. P, Payne visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Amstcr in Louisville last week. II. W. Carter and son, Kdmtind Carter have purchased Misses Green wood property. Sunrise Slope consid eration Sr.iinn. Milton Green left Saturday for a visit with his parent! at Spottsvillc. Miss Elisabeth Handy has been made assistant cashier in E, H. Shell man's & Co. Bank. J, C. Payne attended the State Hankers Convention. Mrs. D. C Heron. Miss Mary Her on and Mrs. R. H. McGlothlan mot ored to Louisville Friday. A revival is being held at the Bap tist church Rev. J, M. Walker. Lex ington is assisting Rev. Rcid morn ing service 10 o'clock, evening service 8 o'clock. Mrs. J. P, Lyon, Capt. R. L. Lyon. Misses Julia Lyon, Margaret Conniff and Lippi motored to Stithton Thurs day to see Hubert Lyon j Mrs. Watson and son. Jackson. Miss, will arrive to day to join Rev. Watson at the Manse. IfissCI Virginia Handy and Ruth Marshall left Monday for Danville. Prof. H. R. Kirk accompanied them Mrs. Hawkins Smith and Mr, HenaingtT, Garlich! spent Thursday with Mrs. Robert BcH. K. A. Reese, Los Angles, Cal., Is vieiting his mother, Mrs. Sue Sim ni' ins. Captain L. H. Morcnien. Camo Wheeler. Macon. Ga.. spent the week end with Mrs. Moremen and sons; he was enfoute to camp having es corted several thousand colored troops to a camp in Pcnnsplvania. Mrs. Ike Hickl and son, Stiths Val- Funeral Director and Undertaker Hearse and Embalming Service A in i ntic ol Iturial CtapplMr At rcasouuble prices. J. I). Ashcraft & Co., Irvington, Ky. Car&aa. HARDINSBURG Mr. Lee Walls bus purchased tht lute Clate Heard property of Miller De Haveu. He will uot leave his farm UDtilJlate fall. Mrs. S. M. Hayues, Garfield made Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Dowell a visit of several days returning home Mouduy. Mrs. Hiram l'helpn, Sr., has sold her residence on Fourth St. to David Walls. Miss Addie K Kskridge teaches a gaio this year at Hodgeusville. She left Friday to cuter her school. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Kidfcheloe went to Custer Tuesday morning to spend two days with Mr. Kincheloe's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J W. Meador. Rev. E. B. English and their child ren accompauied by Mrs, Judith De Jarnette, Herea, Ky., arrived here Fri day to visit their relatives for a week or ten days. Miss Nancy Kincheloe returned home Sunday evening from a engthy visit in Stanley with Dr. Allen Kincheloe. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Durham are delighted over their girl buby who ar rived Sept. 3. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Patterson of California attended the institute at Greenville last week. Mr. riosley, Chenault was the guests of Dr. Sphire, Tuesday. Mn. A. M. Kincheloe left Wednes day to attend the Home Service Con ference held in Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dowell spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Do vtll at Garfield. Mrs. Lee Bishop and son, Tommy who have been on a vacation visiting friends in Missouri reiurned home Monday. Miss Ruby Haynes Hook and Miss Elizabeth Hook, Irvington are visiting at ths country home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jolly this week. Missel, Mary and Adelle Frymire of Cheuault visited Miss Judith Watling ton the week end. S her irl Jesse Carman chautiered tbe following friends to Owensboro on a pleasure trip Saturday eveuing return ing Sunday: Mesns Paul Kashmir, Sherman Ball, L. F. Ueyme and Jesse ' Miss Call . hr.Min, trained nurse of I Cincinnati earns Friday t HaM until iWednehdm with her brother, Mr. : Curtis Johnson and tamilv. On lenving .Mrs. Johnson unci children left with her I to visit their parent in Owenton, Ky. Miss Maggie Ryan has charge of the H'Jine Phone duriug Mrs. Curtis John log's visit in Owcnton. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. RAastM visited w.th their father, B. H. 1'enick of Qarfield, Richard komine spent the Stack with his grandfather. Miss Maude Smith left Monday even. iog for Beechmont. Paul Kennedy, Kvansville is visiting his relatives here this week. Miss Lciuise Berry left Saturday to enter Nazareth Academy. Sherman Ball was it) Louisville a few days of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardin, Spring held, III., visited with iheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. luhu Alexander during the past week, after which they went to Custer to visit with Mrs. Uscar Alex ander and family. Miss Eliza Taylor aacompanied Miss Bettie File home Tuesday to visit the rest of the week. tind Lieut. Cleon White, Mrs. Cleon White and Mrs. White. Boston termin ated their live days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Beard, Wednesday, Mrs. Cleon White and Mrs. White returned to Boston, Lieut White going to South Carlonia. Mr. and Mrs. Turn Mary left Wednes day to visit the rest of the week with relatives in Axtal. Mrs. Herbert Beard visited in Clover port witti Mrs. Forreat Lighttoot dur ing tbe week. i Protect your growing (Tobacco Crop against lost by Hail by Insuring with ha i ii s-s i a i i IW I Hardinsburg, Ky. Cheapest and most liberal Contract in the Market I i i i I MOT IPC Tel WHEAT GROWERS I have on hand 20 tons of Wheat Grower Fertilizer. Will sell at close prices. Come and see me at once. Must close it out by Oct. 1st. C. A. TINIUS Stephensport, Kentucky. ley spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Gardner they were returning from Martinsville. Ed Howe. Louisville will spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brite. Gas slackers were tinder close observation in our town Sunday only a few cars were out bearing church goers. Our people are patriotic and willingly obey the gasoline con servation order. Do you get up at night ? Sanol is surely the licst for all kidney or bladder troubles. Sanol gives relict in '24 hours hum all beak' '.In and bteddtf troubles. Sanol is a guar anteed remedy. 50c and $1.U0 a bottle at the drug store. WILL CARE FOR HEROES Cleveland Society Will Ure Funds for That Purpose. WOSMB of thc Cleveland brunches of the Ladles' Auxiliary Spanlsn American war Vetera aa have decided to use funds at their disposal for the installation of beds and their upkeep In ii large room of City hospital, here, to take care of aoidtSflS and sailors WOO are Injured In Europe, or on the ncos. There are four branches of the aux iliary In the city, and It Is expected that each will provide two or more beds. Veteran Diea In the Harness. Having entered the United States nnvy In 1878, serving on many ships nnd many stations, Chief Carpenter Alrmzo C. Burroughs died at his borne in Norfolk, Va., on April 16, ns a sailor would want to die, in active service. Although he hnd a long nnd honorable record of service, and had attained the age of sixty-six years, Mr. Burroughs tune back into the service at the out break of the war nnd was placed on duty at the Norfo'k navy yard. He wns made a siuti;-1 carpenter in imh. and 80 years later, while on duty at Newport News, was made a chief. His service Included tmlnns on the Monon gahela, Vermont, Independence, Frank lin, Lancaster, Yankee, Iowa and Tex Britain's New Star. Opportunity is not confined to the United StntcR. Some of Creat Brit ain's greatest men rose from the ranks. The newest star to shed Its effulgence over the empire Is Lord Beaverbrook, who has a seat in the cabinet as min ister of Information. He is not yet forty years old and Is the son of Max Altken, a poor New Brunswick clergyman. He first amassed a fn-tune In Canada, went to England eight years ago, was elected' to parliament, was knighted under Pre mier Aaqnlth, was made a peer under Lloyd George, ami Is now one of the brainiest and most Influential mem bers of the George cabinet. ONLY A COW Yes that's all she is but she's the most valuable thing you have on the farm if you'll feed her well and market her products to advantage. by not try feeding her part of what you raise and then selling the cream? We help you get started giving you advice as to how to ship and putting out cans on trial. .Write ns today, Our price lor cream 53c, Effective Sept. 13. SUGAR CREEK CREAMERY CO. Evansville, Ind.