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SEPTEMBER 10, 1019
THE BR EC KEN RIDGE NEWS, CLOVERPORT. KENTUCKY PAGE S The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, lftlf tMercd tt thr Pott Oflle at CloYtrport, Ky. M ttcond riant .natter IMIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE OINFRAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Por PrrcincI and City Office. $ 2.W) For County Officra... S ri 1)0 Pot Stale and District Open.. JtS.OO tmt Call, per Hm . .10 For Cards, per line. .10 Por all Publications in the interest of individuals or expression ol individ aal views, per line 10 STARK-LOWMAN CO. Louisville Representatives Interesting Personal Mention Mrs. Wm. Hoffious is in Cleveland. O., visiting Mrs. Roscoe Hendry and Mr. Hendry. I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jolly, of Holt, were recent visitors to relatives near Glen eDan. Mrs. Steve Wilson and daughter,' Miss Marian Gladys, were in Web ster, Saturday. Thomas Monarch, of Frankfort, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Monarch, of Kirk. Chas Fallon went to Louisville, Monday to remain until Thursday and attend the State Fair. Miss Ora Belle Hendrick, of Web ster, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Payne for several days. Miss Fronnie Dean, of St. Louis, is spending her vacation with her par-1 ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dean. Captain Fred Adams, of Lojisville, was the guest of his uncle, Mr. Frank Ferry and Mrs. Ferry, Thursday. i Mr. M. L. Conkwright, Kingswood. spent Saturday and Sunday with his son, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Conkwright. j Mr. C. J. Cox, of New Bethel is in Tobinsport. visiting his brother,! Chas. H. Cox for a three weeks stay. Mr. E. Bannon, Eddyville, was here the week-end visiting his daughter, Mrs. Joe J. Sawyer and Mr. Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Holder mo tored to the Owensboro Fair, last, week. Mrs. Eliza B. Long, of Louisville, has been the guest of her brother. Mr. D S. Burks and Mrs. Burks, of Addison. Mrs H. V. Duncan and Mrs J. H. Rowland spent the week-end in Har dinsburg, with their sister, Mrs. Eliza Taylor. Miss Elizabeth Lossie returned to her home in Owensboro, Tuesday, after a short visit with Misses Eva and Eliza May. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hendrickson, of Chicago, and who formerly lived here, were at the St. George Hotel several days last week. Miss Ray Lewis Heyser returned Monday from Louisville and Leitch field. where she was the guest of Mri. Wm l anders Mr Elvice West, of Tuscola. Ill, has been called to the bedside of his step-father, J. J. Whitworlh. of I.odi burg, who is very ill. Mr. and Mrs Henry Yeager were in Irvington, Sunday the guests ot of Mrs Yeager's sister. Mrs. Kd Mc Afee and Mr. McAfee. Mr. and Mrs. Murray l'ryor and baby, of Howell, Ind. have been guests of Mrs. Pryor's parents, Mr. and Mrs Sam Wheatley. Mr. Frank Dean, of Glen Dean, was in Cloverport, Tuesday and was the guest of Miss Ray Lewis Heyser at the Cloverport Hotel. Mr and Mrs. Shafter Dowell have returned to their home in Irvington, after visiting Mrs. Dowell's parents. Mr. and Mrs A M. Harrelt. Mrs. John Mattingly, of Paynes ville, has gone to Elkhart, III., where she will spend a month with her daughter, Mrs. John Frakes. Miss Cornelia Mattingly, of Owens boro. returns home this week after a several days visit here with Miss Margaret Carter and Mrs. Ben Ridge way. Master Amil Thomas Pate, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T Pate, of Day ton, Ohio, is spending a month with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pate. Miss Louise Hendrick, milliner, of Louisville, arrives Wednesday to be with Miss Evelyn Hicks in her mill inery shop during the fall and winter seasons. Rev. W. L Baker, of Pineville, former pastor of the Cloverport Methodist church, spent Saturday Sunday here the guest of Mr. M. M. Denton. Miss Ella Smith and Miss Emily' Reid went to Louisville. Monday to spend several days with Miss Reid's sister, Miss Martha Reid. and Mrs. B. T. Fields. J. B. Hinton and wife. Kirk return ed last week from a visit to his sis-! ters, Mrs. Hiram Winchell. Mrs. Thos. Jarboe and Mrs Jesse Mitchell,' of Evansville, Ind. Miss Mattie Black, of Addison, and Mrs. James Frank, of Marathon, Iowa, who is the guest of Mrs. L. D. Addison, of Addison, were in Clov erport, Monday shopping. Mr. W. G. Polk, Sr.. of Cincinnati: arrived Saturday for a few days visit with Mrs. Polk and William Polk, Jr., who are guests of Mrs. Polk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. D. Babbage. Mr. Chas B. Skillman. of Morgan field, who attended the Ky. Bankers Association in Louisville. la, week, was here Saturday and Sunday th; guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman. Miss Mary Barret and brother, William Barret, of Owensboro, mo tored here Saturday afternoon with their brother-in-law, J. Byrne Severs, to spend Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Severs. Mr. Logan C. Murray, New York City, was in Cloverport, Friday even ing visiting relatives in this, his form er home. Mr. Murray attended the Ky. Bankers Association in Louis ville, last week. Mr. Forrest Dryden Weatherholt leaves Friday for Lexington to enter his Junior year in the University of Kentucky, after spending the sum mer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Weatherholt. Miss Katye F. Ross has returned to her home near Irvington, after a two months visit with her uncle, M. W. Ross and family, of Mattoon. III., and cousin. Mrs. W. O. Storm and Mr Storm, of Gays, III. Misses Frances and Christine Rhodes, of Addison returned home I ucsdy alter a visit with friends and relatives in Axtel and attended forty I ours drvotimi MfVKM at St. An thony's rhurrh Long Lick. Mrs (ieo K Srhreiber and dan'' ter. Miss Catherine, of Union Star, left Monday for a viit M Mr Scsrie ber's mother and sister in Ironton. Ohio. They were accompanied to Louisville by Miss Sarah E Richard son. Rev. L K May. of Owensboro. presiding elder of the Owensboro District. ( i itpied the pulpit in the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening. During his stay here he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Phelps. Mr and Mrs. O. T Odcnwalt left Tuesday afternoon for Louisville, to attend the State Fair. From there Mrs. Odenwalt will go to Greens burg and Summersville. to visit for ten days, and Mr. Odenwalt will re turn home. Mrs. Taylor Bandy and son. Henry Bandy, and daughter, Mrs. Felix Garden and her little daughter, Louise Walker Carden, of Irvington. motor ed here Wednesday and were guests of Mrs Bandy's son. Mr. J. F. Bandy and Mrs. Bandy. Cloverport people who attended the Daviess county fair at Owens boro, last week were: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bandy. .fir and Mrs. Joe Mull en, Mr. and Mrs Jno. D. Babbage, Miss Emily Reid. Miss Gussie Burks, Messrs. Allen Jennings and James Seaton. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS NOTE Please notify the editor w 1 1, at you NMft advertise mrntt discontinued. FOR SALE FOR SA1.F. I have for alr within 2 mile of ( 'loverport. HO aw lo(ra. rut and piled. Oak. popular, lurch and hirkory I haven't time to har them sawed up. Julian H. Hrown. Cloverport. Ky. FOR SAI.F l.uml.rr. oak framing Muff, Jllii. fcri-ll, SsS-M, 2xM. in all a liout (.! f.-rt ni my farm :t I J miles North of MiOtiaily. near (U St Mary's church. V O. Wood. MrOuady, Ky. FOR .SALE My house m KmKwoo.l. Kv J room house, well of fine water, new harn, lt of fruit Ait quickly for bargain. ('. A. Calloway, Kingnwood. Ky. Books Needed. FOR SAI.F. At a bargain. Meti five pas-eng-r touring iar in first class condition For furthrr information see James Kit, fi. Cloverport, Ky. FOR SAI.F. Om Imrse, R years old and marc 7 Buggy and harnr. two short horn yearland hulls I. M Davis, Hard inshurg. Ky. FOR SAI.F. Two high grade Pole Augus hull calves. 1 S Burks, Alll . Ky. FOR SAI.F 1 nice Short Horn Bull. 0 months olil. 10 nice pigs weight .'Ifi and 40 pounds. Beauchamp & Burton, Mystic, Ky. WANTED W A TK!) tori or woman to cook and do general housework. Our that wants a good home Apply to Mrs. I, D. Addison. Ad dison, Ky. WANTF.D OM portable saw mill and Knginr for cash. Old Hickory Novelty Co., Hardinshurg Ky. Society Items Of Local Interest LOST KOl'ND-On the Hardinshurg and Clover port pike, auto wheel and tire. Owner can gtt them hy paying for this advertisement. Write Ur J. W. Meador, Custer, Ky. LOST Sunday. Sept. H. small lavalliere with urquois jetting Return to owner and re ceive reward. Ms. Clyde Hall, Cloverport, Ky. Shewing the New Fall Styles in Coat Suits and Hats The first of the new fall suits are in stock, and they picture the leading styles in color and tailoring. These suits are in serge, tricotine, and that very stylish new cloth, silvertone. Come early and buy early. The fall and winter hats come in large and close fitting shapes; in velvets, hatter's plush with beautiful colored facings. 2,300 Lucky Number The one holding the number 2,300 rusde with a purchase on Saturday, Aug. 9, will come in and call for their bat given awav on that day. Mrs. Ethel O. Hilis Cloverport, Ky. Two Members of Younger Set Married in Rockport. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. English, of Cloverport and Skillman, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Lida Mae English and Mr. Robert L. Hamman, on Friday. September I, 1919 in Rockport. Ind Mrs. Hamman is sixteen years old and one of the pretty and p r.ilar members of the younger s"t. Mr. Hamman. an electrician, is seven teen years of age. and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Hamman, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Hamman are at the home of the bride's parents, in Cloverport. Mrs. Hugh Gabbert Honored At Y. W. A. Social. The Y. W. A members were en tertained socially on Tuesday even ing at the home of Mrs. Frank in honor of one of the former members, Mrs Hugh Gabbert, of Washington, D. C, who is here the guest of her parents, Rev. A. N. Couch and Mrs. Couch. in that vacinity and Mr Woosley is well pleased with his purchase. He will get possession about the first of October. Mr. Miller says he will go West where he has already rented a good farm. The sale was made thro Ball & Adkisson real estate dealers. A. C. Doten, of South Paris, Me , has a cucumber which ha sbeen in pickle in salt and water for Id years in the bottle in which it grew and from which it cannot be released without breaking the bottle. Appar ently it is firm and sound. "If a cucumber can be grown in a bottle, why can't a pumpkin be grown in a demijohn?" asks L. J Foss, fore man of the Valentine plantation in Lafourche Parish. La. He has a dem ijohn and a pumpkin vine, and ex pects soon to be able to show a full grown pumpkin inside the demijohn. L. B McFadden of Lubec has no tractor, but he hitched his mowing machine to his touring car and mow ed all his grass in less than half a day. He ran the car in low gear and traveled 43 miles, cutting down 00 tons of hay. Then he hitched the car to the hay cart and hauled the hay into the barn, attaching the fall of his hay-fork to the automobile each time to unload. FIRST GRADE Retail F.ay Road to Reading Primer Beginners' Pencil Book Kentucky School Tahlet No I SECOND GRADE. The Mattery of Woeshv , , Winston Pint Staailai M. i.!crn Klementary Arithmetic ... Writing Boog No 1 , Kentucky School Tahlet No. I. THIRD GRADE. The Mastery of Word. Winston Second Reader Modern l-.lcm.nlary Ant limi t u Writing Book Kg I Kentucky School Tahlet i . :i FOURTH GRADE. The Maitrry of Words Winston Third Reared Modern Klementary Arithmetic Work and I'lay With Language (Sup.) (iuhek's Ciood Health Writing Book No. 3 Kentucky School Tahlet No I FIFTH GRADE. Ilalihurton. and Norvell Fourth Reader The Mastery of Wonln Modern Advanced Arithmetic Studies in Knglish, Book I World Cicography, Book 1 Kvant First Lessons in Amcri can History iulicks Cooil Health Writing Book No. 4 Kentucky School Tahlet No. 4 SIXTH GRADE The Mastery of Words Halihnrton and Norvell Fifth M Reader Modern Advanced Arithmetic. Studies in F.nglish, Honk I .311 World (ieoghraphy. Rook I .36 The Wiley Health Reader (Sup ) .81 Kinkead History of Kentucky .05 Nolan's Agriculture .lift Writing Book No ."i Kentucky School Tahlet No 3 M SEVENTH GRADE The Mattery of Words '" Modern Advanced Arithmetic Studies in Kn-lih. Book II World (ieogrtphy. Book II Dickson' Advanced History .111 Die Body and lit Defense Ill Nolan's Agriculture 31 Ihmn't The Community and the Cititen '.II Writing Book No tl 31 Kentucky School Tahlet No. 3 JJ EIGHTH GRADE. m The Mastery of Wordt Modern Advanced Arithmetic Studies in Kngliah' Book II 37 Hitchcock's Composition and .36 Rhetoric J World C.eography, Book II 3!i Dickson's Advanced History .72 The Body and Its Defenses Dunn's The Community and The .47 Citiien M Nolan's Agriculture M Writing Book No 7 .. ... M Kentucky School Tahlet No. 5 36 37 53 3 .ra .73 S3 52 .- M 32 52 1 us US 32 52 Ml on sj .16 .32 "t'J !K) 1.0 .68 52 .86 52 .OS .05 The Books Have Not Yet Arrived. Noltes Department Store Cloverport, Kentucky Personal Property For Sale! Having sold myfami, I now offer at private sale the following described persona ity: One pair of work and brood mares and one nice mare colt (suckling), one four year-old saddle and harness mare, one two-year old Percberon siretl horse; five bead of dairy cows and some choice heifers, one Poland China brood sow will farrow in September, other good hogs (Teed ers) one Deering Hinder and one Kmpire grain drill, both good as new; Deering Mowe and rake, Chatham Fanning Mill (new), one Reid Culti vator, three Wagons, two Buggies and Plows and Harrows galore; one six horse pow r kerosene Engine, steel grinder, also French stone burrs for grinding table meal, with line shaft and belting complete; (a money mak er) Other things too numerous to mention Come early or regret it as when you failed to get the farm TERMS. J. H. BLYTHE, R. R No. 2, Box 26, Hardinshurg, Ky. THE CROP. A gardner stood and viewed the land, A few square feet in his backyard, Where weeds were boldly in command, And streaks of sunshine struggled hard. A trophy small he held aloft. His mood was plainly not serene, As he inquired in accents soft. "What can you do with one string bean ? "This pod alone reminder brings Of hopes that were so fair of yore. My cabbage and beets and things I go on buying at the store. What hours 1 squandered on this task Where only memories are green I For, candidly I want to ask, What can you do with one string bean?" Washington Star. "I Spent a $1 on Rat-Snap and Saved the Price of a Hog." James McGuire, famous Hog Rais- ! er of New Jersey says, "I advise every farmer troubled with rats to use RAT- SNAP. Tried everything to get rid of rats. Spent $1 on RAT-SNAP. Figur ed the rats it killed, saved the price of a hog." RAT-SNAP comes in cake form. No mixing with other food. I Cats or dogs won't touch it. Three sizes 25c, 50c, $1.(0. Sold and guaran teed by E. A. Hardesty, Stephens port; Conrad Payne & Co., Clover port; B. F. Beard & Co., Hardinshurg. FARM AND STOCK. (Continued From Page 4) FOR SALE 100 breeding Ewes, from 1 to 4 years; mostly yearlings. Cash or on time. Hardlustmrg, Ky. near Harned, where land is active and "Sky High " J. H. Redarker. of Vanzant. was in Hardinshurg, Saturday. Mr. Hedark reports that the crops in his com munity are looking good at this time. Mattingly Brothers and O. A. Brown, Hardinshurg Route 1, sold a load of cattle in Louisville, Monday price to 10 cents. Said they struck a crovsded market and the price was off. Mites and lice frequently sjii tii vitality of the fowl and present growth or lesien the egg production. A thorough cleaning of the house, regular applications of disinfectants to the roosts and nests, and a fre quent dusting ol the fowls will con trol these pests. Straw is ton valuable to be allowed to remain unusued Fresh oat straw, as well as wheat straw, can be used aa a roughage in wintering stock It is alto advisable to use it liberally as bt-ililiug for farm animals as it adds to their comfort and absorbe the liquid part of the manure, which is the most valuable portion. t Mr. and Mrs Sidney Woosley and on, were in Hardinaburg, Monday and bought John W. Miller's farm containing 2M acre price around $13,000. This is one of the beat farma -"SERVICE a-a-a The "Prudent Man" Protects His Home With a Bank Account Money PILED UP in the bank is the one sure protection against the storms of adversity. No man who has a home and family should en danger the security of his home or the comfort of his family should he be taken awav from them. MONEY IN THE BANK, will best insure the comfort of a man's wife and children. As you earn money bank it regularly and make your family in dependent. FIRST STATE BANK Irvington, Ky. o o c 90 H m n -PROGRESS A "Want Ad" in the News works the same magic as 'little drops of water' in dry times Lincoln Savings Bank & Trust Company Fourth and Market Streets Louisville, :-: Kentucky Capital and Surplus $600 000.00 We are especially prepared to serve you intelligently in Commercial Banking Savings Accounts Trust Business Safety Deposit Boxes OFFICERS V. J. K7U4UTT, President B. BERN11EIM, Vice Pie.. PAUL COMPTON, Sec'y. P. L ATHKKTON, Vice Pres. J. F. KISKNBKIS, Ast. Sec'y. P. J. BOHNE; Treasurer. R. S. RAPIhK, Asst. Treasurer MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.