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NOVEMBER 3, 1M0
THE 1RECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY PAGE THREE GOES 70 MILES FOR MORE TANLAC YOUTHFUL STYLES IN SUITS Harvest Sale Closes Nov, 5 WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS Our Annual Thanksgiving Profit Sharini Sale ' Begins Monday, Nov. 8th' Startling Price Reductions In Every Department Throughout the city of Louisville this an nual event is so well known that thousands eagerly await our announcement of its beginning. They have learned what it mean's with its opportunity of actual sav ings on articles of Wearing Furniture Rugs House Furnishings To those who are not reached by bur daily advertisements in the Louisville papers, we also extend a most cordial invitation to attend this great sale and take advantage of the opportunities to share in the profits through the medium of our great reductions in price. Buy It at Fourth and Market A TASTY DISH OF MUTTON'SMOTHERED IN TOMATO SAUCE Mutton steak (a slice from the more people when cooked in the fol- DONT DESPAIR If you are troubled with pains or ache; feel tired; have headache, indigettion, insomnia; painful pass age of urine, you will find relief in GOLDMEDAL Th world's standard remedy for Iddnty, Htm, bladder and uric add troubles and I National Remedy of Holland since 1690. j Tfaree sisss, all dnigfiata. Guaranteed, Leek fee the aaaae CU Meial ey box jftgjflfr HyTpJaSM Our Business to Manufacture B' W7mv a,1(1 Properly Fit bbHEV KME EYEGLASSES KH yfigCKM AND LVsWai IllniiSS SPECTACLES ! ssMwMllsssCT and "The Best You Can Get Are H nWHHB The Only Safe Kind To Wear" MM Apparel Carpets Bacon's - Louisville, Ky. 1 lowing manner than when served ' plain, and is delicious. The following recipe for this dish is recommended i by the Home Economics Kitchen of the United States Department of Agri culture. 1 1-2 pounds of mutton steak. 1 cup bread crumbs 1 small onion Poultry seasoning Salt 1 can tomatoes, or 1 quart fresh tomatoes cut in slices. Spread over the mutton steak a layer of bread crumbs mixed with the minced onion and other season ings. Roll and tie into shape. Place in a casserole or 'other dish with a tightly fitting cover. Pour the toma toes over the meat and cook very slowly in the oven or on top of the stove for three or four hours. If the tomatoes do not cover the meat, add a little boiling water. WHY HE NEVER GROWS OLD Tactless Lady Friend to Hostess. By the way, what birthday is this we are celebrating? Hostess My 33th. Lady Friend But haven't we cele- brated that before? Hostess Q yes; it is one of my favorite birthdays. London Blighty. Gained 17 Pounds And Her Wonderful Improvement is the Talk of the Neighborhood "It's no wonder that everybody sees a change in mother since she be gan takiiiK Tnnlac, for she has gain ed seventeen pounds and can get a bont better than for the last twenty five years." recently declared T. E. Ellis, well-known live-stock dealer, living in Rumscy, Ky. "My mother is now scxty-eight years old and for eight years had suffered from loss of appetite, ner vousness, constant headaches, severe pains in the chest and back and fre quent spells of dizziness. She became so had off about five years ago that she had to give up all housework, and spent most of her time in bed. Dur ing all that time she neither knew what it was to have a well day or a night's rest, and her condition became 9 alarming that we never expected to sec her up and about again. "One day she read in the papers about somonc who had been greatly helped by Tanlac. and nothing would satisfy her until she had tried it her self. So I drove 33 miles to Evansville and got her a bottle. She's had four more bottles since then and she has actually gained sevnteen pounds in weight, and it's years sirfee I saw her looking so well. She praises Tanlac all day long, and her remarkable recovery has made such a stir around Rumsey that scores of other sick people have been taking Tanlac with splendid re sults. I make a trip to Evansville every week and always' carry back a load of Tanlac for the neighbors. VVe all think there is no medicine like it, and I'm glad of this chance of tell ing everybody about what it did for my mother." Tanlac is sold in Ctoverport at Wedding's Drug Store, in Kirk by Mattingly Bros., in Addison by L. D. Addison, in Amnions by Win, H. Dutschke, and in Stephensport by R. A. Shellman. Advertisement. Commissioner's Sale BRECKINRIDGE CIRCUIT COURT, KENTUCKY FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP SKIATO, OKLAHOMA. Plaintiff AGAINST EUGENE BEAVIN & ETC.. Defendant EQUITY NO. 3997 By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at October Term thereof, 1920, in the above cause, for the sum of ($2,000.0o) with interest at the rate of six per cent from Dec. ."th 1013, until paid; subject to the following credits; $10.00 paid Feb. 4th 1914. $35 00 paid March :ird. 1914, $1G.30 paid May 7th, 1914. $33.30, paid June 8th, 1914, $35.00, July 6th, 1914; $02.30 paid Nov. 30th, 1914 and also a further credit of 1,135 of date of Feb. 19th, 1918, and the Plaintiff will recover of the defendants the further sum of ($1,000) with interest thereon from March 5th, 1914, subject to the follow ing "credits, $5.00 paid Feb. 4th, 1914; $15.00 paid March 3rd, 1914; $8.20 paid May 7th. 1914 $1(5.50 paid June 8th 1914 and $35.00 paid July Cth, 1914. and all ctsts herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-House door in Hardinsburg, to the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Monday the 22nd, day of November 1920, at one o'clock p. m or there about (being County Court day), up on a credit of six months, the follow ing described property, to-wit: A cer tain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Breckinridge, and State of Kentucky, and bounded and described as follows; one-half of the David Hix Farm: Beginning at a stone in L. T. Roberts line and also corner of lot number two (2) of this division, running thence with Roberts line 94 1-2 poles to a stake or stone Roberts corner, thence N. 43 W. 52 poles to a stake or stone, Roberts corner, thence North 09 poles to Yellow Bank Creek, thence up the Southern bank of said Creek with its meanders, N. 87 1-2 E. 9 1-3 poles, S. 31 1-2, 24 poles N. 72 1-2 E. 12 poles, N. 19 E. 107 poles and N. 34 3-1 E. 40 poles to a stone just below a ford on Yellow Bank Creek corner to lot number two (2) thence with a line of lot S. 8 3-4 E. 232 1-2 poles to the said beginning containing 107 3-5 acres, and is the same land conveyed by Paul Kullman and wife to Eugene Beavin by deed dated October 2nd, 1897, and recorded in the Breckinridge County Clerks Office in deed Book No. 50 at page 352. Or sufficient there of to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made. For the purchase price, tire purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid; and having the force and effect of a Replevin bond Lien retained to secure pay ment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. Approximated debt, interest and cost, $3,072.75. Lee Vall3, Commissioner. YOUNG FOLKS OF KIRK, ENJOY A HAY RIDE Kirk, Ky., Oct. 30. (Special) A party of young folks enjoyed a hay ride on White Kincheloe's truck Mon day evening. A delightful lunch was served and the evening was highly enjoyed by all The most exciting fea ture of the evening was "Pidy" falling off of the truck. Those who went, were: Anna Lee Mattingly, Agnes Jarboe, Helen Rachel Jarboe, Margaret Sheeran, Lucille Jarboe, Katie Jarboe and Han nah Jarboe, James Howard Gardner, Bruce Miller, Shorty Payne, Leo Sheeran, Morris Miller, Paul Matting ly and White Kinchdoe. i-i- fh- t Pi m For those wh. look best In suits that ore trim mid simple the youthfur style shown above will prove success ful. It 1ms. n box-plulted skirt and n short, straight cont. The latter Is very cleverly cut and depends upon round buttons In two size and a little silk braid for Its embellishment. The colIn Is a small and Inconspicuous detnll. HOW THE MAY FLY LIVES 1 "Mother," began Betty thoughtfully one afternoon, "do you know that Sally Williams goes to a picture show every night of her life?" "No, I did not know it," replied Mrs. Blake, smiling. "You see, I do not know Sally very well, or see her very often, so I could not possibly know where she is at night. But I am glad no one could say that of you my daughter." "Why. Mother, of course I knew you couldn't know about Sally. I did not myself until yesterday she asked me to go with her and I said that we had been the night before and were not going again this week and she laughed and told me she went every night." "I wonder how many thrift stamps she has bought," said Mrs. Blake. "I don't wonder," returned Betty, laughing, "for I asked her and she has not a single one. She said she would rather have a good time with her money and let folks buy Thrift Stamps who liked them. She wanted candy and picture shows and she should worry about Thrift Stamps." "She will do the worrying, all right, Betty, when her gay times are over and her money gone She will not always have a father to keep her in money and if she has never learned to earn and save she will probably see hard times ahead. A good picture show is a nice amusement and I am blad to have you go often enough to enjoy one, but you would get tired and learn nothing from them, nor even get amusement if you did noth ing else with your evenings but at tend shows. I am glad you have not formed so bad a habit. Anything can become a bad habit if indulged in too freely. Poor Sally reminds me of the May-fly. Did you ever hear of the May-fly?" ! "No, Mother, I never did." ' "The May-fly is a very fragile crea ture, born in the heat of a summer ' afternoon. It darts out on gauzy wings flying incessantly hither and yon. dazzling the eye with its rapid flights in the sun, always in the sun, j dancing without pause or rest. When the sun goes down it dies. Now, human creatures who live only for the sunlight of prosperity, never paus ing in their pursuit of pleasure, will find.'as the May-fly does, that the sun set comes at last. But these human May-flies do not die when the sun shine fails, but must lead miserable lives in the darkness of adversity, which comes to every one who does not prepare in the sunshine of youth for that inevitable ending. I am try ing to see that my Betty will not be a May-fly." "I think, Mother, if either Bobby or I turn out to be May-flies no one could blame you. But never fear, Mother; we are too old now to be taught new tricks " "I did not think you were, Betty," laughed Mrs. Blake, "but I hope you 1 are right at least too old to be taught bad tricks. PUBLIC SALE I will ell to the highest and best bidder on Monday, Nov. 15, 1920 at my farm two miles south of Ekrou, the following stock: I One Percheon Stallion, Hibo, nine years old, bred and owned by J. C. Stanford & Son, Iowa. Recorded by the Percheon Society of America, Re cord No. 80725. Two Jacks, one registered, record ed by the. Jack and Jennett Registry of American. "Record No. 0100. Also other stock and farm imple menis. . Sale to begin at 11 A. M. Terms made known day of sale. , W. L. FOUSHEE, , Ekron, Ky. R. A. Ensor, Auctioneer. i ii i ii i i i i i Mr. Vaughan, Farmer Tells How He Lost all His Prize Seed Corn. ' Some time ago sent away for some pedigreed seed corn. Put it in a gun ncy sack and hung it on a rope sus pended front roof. Rats got it all 1 how beats mc, but they did because I got 5 dead whoppers m the morning after trying RAT-SNAP" Three sizes, 35c, 05c, $1 25. Sold and guar anteed by Conrad Payne & Co., Ctov erport, and B. F. Beard & Co , Hard insburg. Advertisement. c5M AjJ The Big Harvest Sale will be over Saturday night, so don't delay getting your winter Clothing. Blankets, StovcsftUndcr wcar, etc., at the bargain prices now prevailing. Come in on Friday for the Pumpkin Seed Discount. With purchases made in the Dry Goods or Furniture Departments you can get a discount ranging from one to live per cent (good for Friday onlv). This discount with the bargain prices on ALL ARTICLES IN THESE DEPARTMENTS means a big savings if you take advantage of it. THE CHILDREN WILL NEED WARM THINGS FOR THE FAIR NEXT WEEK Children'sWinter Coats Reduced One Half and One Fourth during this sale. Boys' Suits and Odd Pants at Big Reductions. All Sweaters and Knit Caps Reduced. 'Children's Shoes at Bargain Prices Don't miss getting the Children's Shoes during the sale Odd lots are below cost. Blankets and Comforts at Big Reductions. Special in Children's Stockings 19c Ginghams during sale at 2254. 29c and 39c Outing Flannels, both light and dark at 33c Hope Cotton (bleached) at 19c Hoosier Cotton (factory) at 15c Stoves, Kitchen Cabinets, Rugs, Furniture All Reduced Hardware and Guns at Bargain Prices Ask for the big spe cials. Men's Clothing and Ladies' Ready To Wear at Big Bargains Trimmed Hats Reduced One Fifth (during sale only) o 7 V &y " d-FBeadd HARDINSBURG 24 YEARS AGO In Cloverport Master Wallie Lishen will leave Thursday for Warsaw, 111, to enter a German school. He will stay with his uncle, Louis- Lishen. -(c)-A. D. Heron, superintendent of the Short Line railroad, gave the school children a trip to Victoria, Saturday, Bouffier wears a broad smile again Monday he received a letter from his father in Germany containing a check for $500. Rhomley Renfro, Sulphur Mills, is here with her mother, Mrs. Weatherholt. -(o)-The indications are that McKinley is elected and that Bryan will carry Kentuckv. -(o)-Wat Bland sold his tobacco at SO KTLZF&yz$A WAY- Tvfhr MpVB aLBftHHHfti THEN: You will always have a receipt. Your check book record will pre vent a repayment of the same bill. Your credit will be better, your standing higher. It is more convenient, it is safer, it is more dignified anb business-like. 8(2) KENTUCKY $5 and 1?1, and the Hawkins boys at $5 and $3. -(o)- Brandenburg Robt. H. Green, now of Louisville, but formerly of this place, will be married Wednesday, Nov. 11, to Miss Callie Cooper, of the same city. - (o) - Hardinsburg Born to the wife of H. M. Beard, Nov. 3, a boy, Benjamin Franklin Beard, Jr. -(o)- Hook Miller & Co., are running their flowering mill now, both day and night. -(o)- Work on the new Catholic church will begin soon. -(o)- It is not often that men like Mat thias Miller and Uncle Billy Withers take enough interest in politics to take the stump for anyone. In the canvass just made they both made a speech for Bryan. Glen Dean Julian Brown, of Hard insburg, will move to Glcndcme this week.