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VOL XLV 



CLOVSMfOKT, KENTUCKY, WBDNS8DAY. JUNE 88, 1981 



• PlIgM 



No. 58 



ONLY SHOWERS 
FALLINCPORT 

Heavy Rains Reported in Low- 
er Countka. Hmi Wav« 
Brdlwn* Mon Kifai NM^td 



The extreme heat wsvt of lul ivMk 
was broken Saturday afternoon wlien 
a light thowcr fell an4 cooled the 
atmosphere. Heavy' ratat were mort- 
ed from aronnd CwTerpMl. At Jlsceo 
an electrical and Wind storm did qvHe 
a bit of damage to trees, ind the rain 
fill is reported to ha\-e been general 
throughout Daviess county and part 
of Hancock. But the storm passed 
over Cloverport, only a slight wind 
prevailed with very little rain. 

Sunday afternoon the atmosphere 
was refreshed with a slight shower. 
A temporary relief from the intense 
heat wave, which has prevailed since 
last Monday, was felt Saturday after- 
noon from the effects of the storm at 
nther places. 

Rain is needed hadly in this com- 
munity. Gardners report their pota- 
to vines to he drying up completely, 
and it will take a regular "root soak- 
rr and guUcy washer" ,to bring out 
tlic \egclation.. 

in some parts of the county wheat 
cutting has been going on daring the 
past week, so the dry weather was 
favorable for the hsrvMlank 



AiRS. G. MATTINGLY UN- 
DSRQOn OPBRATION 



Father Odendahl's Mother Dead in 



.\xtcl. June (Special) — Mrs. Gus 
Mattingly, who has been ill for sev- 
eral weeks, was operated on for plur 
i.sy last Saturday morning. The oper- 
ation was performed by Dr. Tucker 
and Kincheloe. Mrs Mattingly is get- 
ting ahMg very well 
o o o 

The Rtv I-atlior J()sc{)ii Odendalil 
received word last week from Europe 
that his aged mMher had died recent- 
ly. 



MEMBERS OF EPHESUS 
MISSIONARY SOCIETY 
MET IN CLOVERPORT 

Mrs. B. F^tUf giilsilslaB JfMi AU- 



Mrs. B. K. May, of this city, who 
has held her membership with the 
Woman's Miasfonary Society of the 
Iphessi CMilMrlsad Presbyterian 
cmtrek near flamed, aince moving to 
Cloverport, entertained the members 
of the society Tharadiay. 

There mn fifttes members of the 
society who motored here sad heM 
an all day meeting at Mrs. May's 
home on the Hill. At the noon hoar 
Mr. snd Mrs. Jf sr sad their daagh- 
ter, Miss LiWan Msy served the 
caests s picnic dintMr.and treated 
them to a fish fry. 

Those who motored from Hsmed 
were: Mrs. C. L. Brningloa, Mrs. 
James McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Myra 
Crume, Mrs. Neva McCoy, Mrs. Neva 
Macey. Mrs. G. P. Macy; Mrs. Roy 
McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. C C. Brock snd 
Miss Evelyn Braington. 

VETERAN CONDUC- 
TORSUCaJMBS 



Mr. Jerry J. Tilford, of Fords- 
Lin* St ¥  



RECITAL TO BE GIVEN AT 
OLBN DEAN, SATURDAY BVE 



Glen Dean. June 20. (Special — A 
recital including musical numbers and 
rearliiiKs will be given in Glen Dean, 
Saturday evening, June 25. Those 
who will take part on the program 
art Mrs. l.ee Cibhon and Miss Floy 
Putlcr, of Louisville; Mrs. Russell 
C'onipton and Miss Virginia Beard, of 
}Iardinsburg; Miss Martha Clapp, of 
I'alostinc, Texas: Miss Mildred Moor- 
iiiaii. Miss .Mabel Howard, Miss 
Elenora Robertson and Miss Nell 
Moorman, of Glen Dean. 



SPWORTH LEAGUE CON- 
FERENCE IN SESSION 



Th^ annual. assembly of the Louis- 
ville Conference of Epworth League 
is being hskL this week in Russetl- 
ville, Ky., at the Logan Female Col- 
lege, which is the permanent meeting 
place. The Conference opened Mon- 
day evening and continues for four 
days. 



Following a lengthy illness due to 
paralysis. Mr. Jerry J. Tilford, con- 
ductor on the Irvingto^-Fordsv'jlle 
branch line of the L. H & St. L, 
succumbed at his late residence in 
Fordsville early Wednesday morning. 
With him at the end were his wife 
and two children, Mrs, Clarence De- 
Weese, of Lexingt**^ sad PSSl Til- 
ford, of Louisville. 

The funeral was held Thursday 
afternoon with the Masonic burial in 
the l-'ordsvitlc cemetery. The funeral 
was attended by many of Mr. Til- 
ford's friends living along the Irv- 
ington-Fordsville branch line. 

Mr. Tilford had been a conductor 
on the L. H. & St. L. R. K. for thirty- 
three years. He was one of tlie com 
patiy's oiliest and most loyal employ- 
es He was probably known by as 
mnny people in Breckinridge county 
as any other one man. He was held 
in high esteem among his associates, 
and was ianutortty called "Uncle 
Jerry." 

Mr. Tilford spent practically all of 
his life in Fordsville. He was a Mas- 
on of long standing snd a member 
of the Baptist church at Fordsville. 



$8650 SUBSCRIBED 

mma fund 



Local Merchants and Citizens 
Contribute Funds For Im- 



BURIED IN RAYMOND 



Ravmond, June 20. (Special) — The 
remams of Douglas Leon, infant son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Csshman, of 
Loaisyille, waa buried in the Ray- 
mond cemetery Jane 18. The infant 
lived one day and was the first grand- 
child of Mrs. LilHe Caahmsn. 



RKV. BAKU AT JUNALUtKA 



Irvtngton, June SO. (Special)— The 
Rev. W. L. Baker, pastor of the Irv- 
ingtoa Methodist church left Monday 
(OS UhA JMalMiilbilLfi^fl attend 
thel^aillWfllHIIII. 




CO-OPERATION WITH 
FARMERS 



This year an established connection 
with a strong bank will be one of the 
farmer's greatest assets. 

We invite... such connections— with 
farmers who want consistent banking 
supfjMrt and are prepared to co-operate 
w6ii m to obtain it. 

Talk to one of our officers afcoiit ttds 
the oiKl tipM you urn ia 




KOT HARDm 
ATOlSTflOMRWY 





Sabscripthms amounting to |M.M 
have been paid by the merchants and 
citisens here for the improvement of 
the Cloverport and Hawesville road 
cslsntfing from Ihe city limits of 
OoMSpen over what ia known as 
PSttersen hill snd on to the Hancock 
coantr line. The road fund was 
placee hi charge of John Duke, who 
has been over-seeing the work on the 
road. 

For three weeks Mr. Duke has had 
men dragging the road to the foot of 
Patterson hill and Ailing up the cuts 
He has sscceeded in getting the road 
in a much more osssshle condMon 
On account of limited foads Mr. 
Duke has not been able to make any 
repairs on Psttersen hill. 

The petittoa, those wiw hav^ign- 
ed it and the atmNMrts cMMMR are 
published herewith. Addmeoal sub- 
scriptions, which msy be paM at The 
Breckcnridge News oties, will be 
published hitSf. 

"The amounts subscribed in cash 
opposite our names, as shown below 
are to be deposited in the Breckin- 
ridgc-Bank of Cloverport, and sub- 
ject to checks signed by John Dake. 
We earnestly request Mr. Duke to 
handle this fund and to employ some 
reliable person, or persons, to fill the 
mud holes as quickly as possible, snd 
to do other repairs thst lic coBsidcrs 

advisable " 
R. N. Hudson, |tS.oO; Breckin- 

ridge-Bank of Cloverport, $3500: E. 
F. Harris. $1.50; J. C. Nolte & Bro., 
$2! .00; Jno. D. Bahbage. fS.OO; Dr. 
B. H. Farrish, $.^.00. 

Mr. R. N. Hudson, president and 
general manager L. H. & St. L. K. 
R , was over the road last week and 
said the work on the road was well 
done and full value Riven for every 
cent contributed. He said further that 
Patterson's hill could be easily work- 
ed with sledge hammers and picks 
over the rocky pUces. Just a few 
men could pot it m good shape in a 
few days. 

Merchants in this town are making 
a mistake l)y not contributing to this 
road fund. It i  a ro.ul that means a 
lot to Cloverport Himdreds ol tarm- 
er  would come lure to do their trad- 
inir it tlic\ could net here over thi  
hill. l-et ever mirchant put his 
shoulder and his money into this 
enterprise I his road would increase 
Clovcrport's tradt at least ." 0 per ceitt. 

Drop into The BreckenridKe News 
office and lia\e your name enrolled 
for this worthy enterprise 

Mr Hn lson is also interested in 
the road Irom C'loverport to .Stci)li- 
cnsport. He stated that durinti this 
summer the road bed of the Louis- 
ville. Henderson and St. Louis rad- 
road, which runs parallel with the 
public road would be moved giving 
more room tor a road and out of the 
high water mark. Mr. Hu(lsfM\ added 
that he would lend his assistance in 
building this Cloverport and Steph- 
ensport road. 

PROSPECTS SURE 
FM NEW BRIDGE 



CLOSING OUT SALE 
DRAWSACROWD 



Golden Rule Store Had Big 
Opening Day. One Woman 



Atty. Ball Visits Road Com- 
missioners Who Give Prom- 
ise of Letting Contract For 



County .Attorney W. Sherman Ball, 
of Hardinsburg, was in Frankfort. 
Friday to confer with (iov. Morrow 
and the State Road Department re- 
garding the letting of the contract 
tor the Cloverport bridge. After an 
interview with the Governor and 
members of the Koad Department, 
Mr. Ball wa^. requested by them to go 
before the entire body of road Com- 
missoners. So on Monday, the road 
commissioners met with Mr. Ball 
and they voted to s 4»s r tis a for bids 
immediately. ' 

In giving this information to The 
Breckenridge News, Mr. Ball stated 
that in his opinion he believed the 
contract fur the bridge would 
be let Ml about twenty or Iwenty- 
hvc days. He also added that this will 
be the hrst contract to be let inside 
of any corporate town, but an ex- 
ception was made The county will 
have to advance all funds for building 
the bridge, but it wiB lM CTSillsd Istcr 
with the amount 



1ST AND 2ND LOCAL 

TEAMS PLAYED SAT 



Pint Ti 



Clovcrport's 1st and Snd.. teams 
played Saturday. The 1st tedm wpnt 
to Patesville and pUyed those boys 
on their diamond at the closs of 
three innings the score was in 
favor of Cloverport. 

The and team remained at home 
and met the Garfield tMsm playing 
four innings wMl acof* of S S in 
Garfield's favor. 

On Saturday of this week Clover 
port will phiy Hardinsburg at the 
Cloverport ball park. On Jul) 4, 
Braadenbuff team will cease to Clov- 
•rpoft lok a Mf gsaM. 



Bargains f«t real merit h;u c attract 
ed buyers from all s, ction* ot Breck- 
inridge count) and part- of Indiana 
to the Golden Rule Store's closiujj 
out sslc which started Wednesday 
of last week. The opening day the 
store was crowded with shoppers and 
there were not sufficient saleswomen 
to take care of the trade. More sales- 
women have been added since then 

In the grocery department 3,o io 
pounds of sugar was sold in two day.s. 
With each f in.oo purchase ten pounds 
of sugar was given away. People lia\e 
taken advantage of the sale and pur- 
chased their winter's supply of can- 
ned goods. 

One of the attractions for the sale 
is the window where articles that are 
numbered duplicate with the store's 
sale bills, are given away to those 
holding the corlvspondiaf aamber. 
One day, Mrs. Carl Besvia drew a 
fSSOo coat, which At her perfect! 
snd St another time little Miss LucUe 
Hambtetoo, daughter of Mr. and 
Charles Hambleton, held the du^ 
cate number on a $ft.et red wagon 
The numbers on the articles are 
chsaged every morning st 10 o'clock 
so the wiadow proves a drawing card 
for eadi day. A msa's t w o ^ kce suit 
is one of the srticles to be drawn by 



TWO DEATHS AMONG 
PROMINENT WOMEN 

OF HAWESVILLE 



The Golden Rale's closing out sale 
and the Febarary stock reducing 
sale have made the store more widely 

known because of the extensive pub- 
licity given the sales. 

Mr. M. \V France, who is man- 
aging the closing out : ale, noted that 
the best crowds were in the store 
on Wednesday and Saturday. 

PARTY FKOM CLOVBKPORT 
ATTEND TBLL CITY B IBLE 
COMPBBBUCS LABT WBBK. 

A party of Cloverport pcopic went 
on the Shamrock barge to Tell City 
Thursday and attended the morning 
and afternoon sessk ns of the Tell 
City Bible Conference. The promin- 
ent speakers on the program that 
day were Dr. G. Campbell Morgan, 
who for thirteen years was pastor of 
Westminister Chapel, London, Kng- 
land. and Dr. Williams Kvans, I'h. L) . 
ot Chicago, noted author and lecturer 
In the party were: Rev. J. K. Ran- 
dolph. Mrs. Randolph and son. Janu-s 
Randolph; Rev. H. (". Nail. Mrs .1. 
I) I'.abbaKe. .Mrs U H. Bowmer. 
Mrs. A. R Fisher. .Mrs I. if. I'itcli. 
.Mrs. James V\ inclicll. Mrs. Sallie 
Moorniaii, .Mrs Joe Smart. -Mrs Liz- 
zie Cieer. .Mrs Conrad Sippe 
Mrs. Davis. .Miss Elizabeth Ski 
.Miss Ross. Miss .^nnie Raitt. 
Maggie S(iuires. .Miss Annie 
Tatum. Miss Sarah Fallon and 
I Kliza Mav. .Mrs. Larkin Gibson. Mrs 
W ni. Muileii. and Mrs. .\. .M. .Miller 
Mr. Chus. Claycomb, Mr. V. G. Bah- 
bage. and Rev. Bewlds. 



and 
iman, 
.Miss 
Mae 
Miss 



FAMILY REUNION OF 

P. H. KEENAN'S CHILD- 
KBN AND GRANDCHILDBEN 



Mr. and .Mrs )' H Keeiiati. oi 
Mattingly entei taiiu 'l their i liildreii 
and grandchildren to a I:.' o'clock 
dinner Sunday at their home. Old 
tashioned barbecued mattoa was ser- 
ved 

Mr. and .Mrs. Kcciiaii's three sons, 
tlieir* wives and tin lourteeii grand- 
children uen- i ieseiit with .Mr. Route 
Burdette. o| lUbm sp.  rt. Master Kin- 
cheloe ami (iid I'ate. oi Cloverport. 
Mrs l-^U I Keeuuii. Misses l.oreua 
and l.ortl!.i kcenaii and .Miss C'hiora 
Mae Hamilton, ui Mattingly. Messrs. 
V\ alter aad Alfred O'ConncIl, of Tar- 
fork. 



MISS SHBBKON ORADU- 

ATBD PKOM ST. JOWFH'S. 

AmoiiK tlu academic graduates 
who recei\ed their diplomas from Mt. 
St. Joseph's .Acadamy at Mt. St. Jos- 
eph's near Ovvensboro, last Wednes- 
day morning, was Miss Mary Sher- 
ron, of Breckinridge county. Miss 
Sherron was on the pro|[ram and her 
subject was "James Cardinal Gib- 
bons" The commencement address 
was delivered by the Rev. L. J. Hei- 
ser, C. S. C, University of Notre 
Dame, Notre Dame, Ind. 

HATt OPF TO COL. KOOTI 



Another Kentucky Colonel is added 
to Gov. Morrow's Ust The latest one 
is none other thsa Lewis Aldridge 
Root, of Louisville, one of the pop- 
ular conductora for the L. H. A St. 
L. Col Root has beea with the Hcn- 
dersea Roals for ssversi yesra and 
the anaooaceaMBt pf hia befog oude 
cotonel comes with speckl interest to 
his score of friends. 



MRS. SHELLY TO HOLD 

CONFSRBNCB AT WEBSTER 

Irvinjrton, Juoc iiO. (Special)— Miss 
S. G. Shelly will hold the lirtt mis- 
sionary group meeting of the Eliza- 
bethtowu diittrict Conference at 
Wekslsr. June SS. Oeleasies from all 
the Methodist societies IS the district 
are expected to attend. 

ICE CREAM SUPPER 
There will be an ice cream supner 
and moonlight dance at Sample, Ky.. 
on Saturday evening, July t, 1921 
Evcrybodjf coaie aad have a good 
time AIM sad WMls. SMMUiiers. 



Mr^ Msrjr Jsehson and Mrs. George 
Chambers Die Within S4 Hours 

l«o proiiniKiil vNoiinii 111 llav\es 
vilh. dud last week within twdity 
four hours of each other The lirsi 
death was .Mrs .Mary Jackson, agr 
fiftvtour and the daughter of fbi 
Rev Joseph (' .Moorman, a .Mttlw. 
dist minister Slii is siir\i\-efl In one 
dauKhlcr. Miss Laura Jackson An 
other daughter. Mr~ ( ei ic Jacksoii 
.Sea. died nine iii^  m I - .1 l;  . 

l-'ci||o\\ inn Mrs l.nl.^.in'- (ji inisc. 
was the death of .Mi- \, 111.1 IIukIus 
Chambers, wile ot .Mi ( k orge C li.ini 
hers, a prfiinment .Vtiomey of Han- 
cock conntv. .Mrs ( liamliors  u( ■ 
cumbed in the Jewish hospital. 1. . ns 
ville,_ following an operation for aj) 
pendicitis Slu was buried in llaues 
villc. Thursday afti-rnoon Surv iviiiK 
are her husband and ftuir children. 
Celeste. Jamie. Mary and flcorge. Ir 

$7^^PAiDINT0 

STATE TREASURY 

County Court Ckrli Beard 
Makes Auto Census Report 
For Breckinridge 

A. T. Beard. County Court Clerk 
of Breckinridge County reports the 
number of auto and track Uceaacs is- 
sued as follows viz: 
534 Passenger car liceases to date. 
17 Truck licenses. 

3 Dealers licenses. 
14 Chauffers licenses. 

B Transfers licenses. 

Total amount collected and paid in- 
to Sute Treasory $7.9es.4a 

RBV. BATES ACCEPTS CALL 

TO McARTHUR. OHIO 



MRS. JESS DUNN 
HBSATAXm 



The Rev S. C. Hates, who has held 
a charge in West .Salem. (Jhif). tor- 
several years has accepted a call to 
Mc.\rthur. O. He will begia hia new 
pastorate July 1 . 



Complications Cause of Deatfl 
Daughter of I^te Dr. J. H. 
Hsrt. 



Axtel. jithe 3«. (.Sprcial)— Mrs. 
Jesse Uunii died at lur home here 
Saliirflay iVdIowing an illness' of com- 
plication of diseases. She had suff- 
ered lor some time but bravely k^K 
up until .ill'. 11! tiirr. wecin ego wlwa 

«he became bedfast 

Mrs Dunn uas tliecldist daughter 
ol the lal- 1)1 I |( Mart and l.eda 
'i'emplr H.irt, i.i .M .• Daniels, and was 
a \erv kinil liMablc woman. She 
will lie i.;' -atl\ missed both ill hcf 
Iw.iiii .iiiil nu ;'il i'rlioM(| 

Survuiiif; an licr luishaiid and 
three children: two sisters. Nfrs W'i' 
lie ( aiiiion. ot Hardinslmrn. aiul .Mrs 
Orric Du'lKeoii, of McDaniels, also 

two brotiu I s. .Messrs. Gvy aad Bslcs 

Harl. of McDaniels 

An aiinciMeiits for tiie liineral had 
not b(('ii completed as late as Sunday. 

DISTRICT S. 8. CON- 

VBNnON AT OASflBLD 

The first magisterial district Saa  
day school convention will be heW at 
Garfield, Ky.. on Sunday, Jaly S, IStl, 

beginning at 9:30 a. m. 

We arc hoping to make this one of 
the best meetings this district has had 
in years. 

Let every Sunday school in tlie dis- 
trict have a delegate present wMi a 

of your school. 

C. C. Brock. President. 
Evelyn B#uington, See. 



.\ twelve pound baby girl arrived 
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 
Scsles on Tuesday, Jane 14. 

Cards have been received aniMMiaC- 
ing the arrival of Miss Mildred Love 
Tinius on June 1, 19:n at the home of 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tinius in Mul- 
vania. Kansas.— Hardinsburg Record- 
Press. 



Program for Picnic 
4tii of July 

At Hardinsburg 



COME AS EARLY AS YOU WANT. GATES 
OPEN AT SIX. DRIVE RIGHT IN THE EN- 
CLOSURE. ADMISSION FREE 



Airstlip trom Camp Knox 

arrives at nin« o'clodL^ Don't Milt Sssing tht bif 

ship land. 



Races for Boys and Girls start at tan o'clock. 
Prists given the winners (cootributod most g«n0rou»  
ly by Dr. Lex, Reeves and BovviMr, Kincllltoo PImt- 
niacy. Mr. Bud Sills) 

-Csfsttrli Lundi at Noon. 

BsOooii A s c sn sien at two o*dodc ourrjrinf cou- 
pons for prizes contributed by City Grocery and Mrs. 
McCubbins. (Whoever catches the balloons when 
they fall get the prises if they present the columns st 



Bibgr CoMpit at two-thir^, Qold Wa^ fivsn by 
Mr. T. C. Lmmh lar BMlliMi bdbv 



Popularity Contest closes at foUr-thirty. 
popular girl given $10.00 by Fanners Bank. 

Pick out the Mysterious Woman and get $10.00 
given by the Bank of Hardinsburg. Contest opsn to 
everybody. 

Girls or Boys Matching numbers each given a 
pair of tennis shoes by B. F.- B il f d A 0». (itt jpMur 



For the Biggest Family on the Grounds, 
Hardinsburg Mill Co., will give two sacks of flour/ 

For the Biggest Family coming in one Vehicle, 
the Electric Light Co., will give two sacks ot flour. 

MUSIC ALL DAY. CARNIVAL ATTRACTIONS 
EVERYBODY COME AND HAVE A GOOD TIME 
ICECREAH. SOfT DRINKS. FINN POND 



THt IRICKIRRID*! lltWt, CLOVIIIPOKT. KtNTUCKY 



In the County 



HAKDINWUIIO 

Dr Ben MarnfH ;»ii't Mr- H;(riir l. 
r f Dtirant, Okia . .irrni il I ruUx to 
\i iit l)r Marnrd'  si^t, i Mi^ johii 
AlcxinHer, and Mr Altxaiidir 

Misn Marian Kinchcloe h«» return- 
ed from l.rxinitton, to MMd tlw ram- 
mer with her pareflkk Vt- •■^ R'"* 
A. M. KiacMoc. 

MiM BiMMWni Rohcrtton, whn ha^ 
bMR UN gaMl of her father. Vic 
RaktltMH. Mi4 grandfather. Win 
Hciitlcy, has returned t   Oleti Dean. 

Mr. and Mr. i Chait. Kinkhcad and 
children, of lUinlingshurg, W. y*. t 
are viiiiting Mr? Kinkrad't pMMN*) 
Mr. and Mrs !• W IVyton 

Mr  Jane TooU-. of Mc Daniel, ii 
visitiiiR her son. I,, roolc. and Mrs. 
Pool. 

Klv Diiv.ill. of Louisville, is the 
^Miest   t Ins pawn. Mr. tM Mn. 

\Vm Dmall 

Mi'S M;»r  Basham and .Mary 
O'Rrilly have returned from Mt St. 
Josei h. where they .ittnidcd school. 

Joe Glasscock, ot McDaniels. was 
the Ruest of hi.-  luotlu-r. Lon Glass- 
rock. Satiird;t  and Sund.-»\-. 

Mr mi'l Mr~ Will \f :il t iiikI \ liave 
ri'tnriiitl Imhii ,  visit with rvlalives 
in Cilcn Dciii 

Mrs.  iiis l!r  «n. »lio has luoii ill 
for tuf weeks, i- improving. 

John W.ilkt-r. who attendtil a 
'umse (laity .»! the liotno of Miss 
Kcnfrow, of H.Trtford. has returned I 

Miss M;,i N Helen .^he, ran. of Kirk. 
Miss Margaret O'Reilly and Mi.ss I 




V iola Gree n we ll_ attende d th e_jeoin - 
inmceiMIR M MnmWH IM TIIKT*- 

da\ 

Miss I'liler of ( henatilt. was the 
« 1 1 k i iid Kiiest III lier i oiisin. Ntios 
I .oiiise Kl l('r 

Mr Hartie\ "siitnn s i.| ( Imrrport. 
\\a» tlie Kiicsi of Ills daiiKlifer. Mrs 
Koliert tlenilruk, anil Mr Hendriek. 
I flu \\ I I'U end. 

.Mr and Mrs Thomas (iregory. 
who attended the (jraditation of their 
son. (ieo. (iregory at Lexington, last 
week, have returned. 

The I'rsnline Sisters of St. Rom- 
aulds pariiichal school will leave this 
week for the Mother house at Mt. 
St. loseph'ii to spend their vacation. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Huff wera the 
guests of relatives an4 fi kada in 
riawesville. Sunday. 

Miaa Anna Sills, the day operator 
of the Catnbcrtond Telephone and 
Telegraph Co.. ia MMding her vaca- 
tion with rclathm n Owenaboro. 

Mias Roth Kinchalot left Sanday 
for Looiavill* to ncnd ont w«*ii off 
her vacation with rtlMhrM and 
friends. 

Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Taylor, of Rua- 
sellville. are viaHing Dr. Taylor's 
parents, Mr. and Mra. Alfred Taylor 
and relativca. 

Mr. Felix Robinson has resigned 
his position at manager for the Home 
Telephone and Telegraph Co.. and 
left Monday for Illinois 

Mr. and Mrs Win Cannon and 
children attended tlie imural of Mrs. 
Cannon's sister, Mrs Jesse Dunn, at 
McDaniels. Monday 

Mrs. C. Vic Rohertson arrived 
.Snndav from Watson. .Ma., after a 
two weeks visit with her niece. Mrs. 
I'ouer.s. ami .Mr. Towers 

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wliitworth and 
daughter. Miss Mattie Lee Whit- 
worth, attended the graduation of 
their daughter. Miss Mary Helen 
\\hituorth. from the State I'niversitx 
1 .eNiiiKton 

liie .X. Lex has relnrned alter a 
simrt \isit with his parents. Mr and 
Mrs Kdd Lex. of Louisville 

Mr. and Mrs. Boone Jarhoe are re- 
joicing over the arrival of a son, 
Joseph Earl. Jtma Iftth Rout* 9. 



' Mrs. George Daxis, oi Dallas. Try. 
who has hrrii 'lie ({tir«t of Mr and 
Mrs Kiehanl "sipes left Monday for 
St. Loui« to join her hiisliand rhe\ 
will visit in California and Yellow 
sti".. N'atiMMl PMk Mm fttarn 

iiiK liixne 

Miss Inlia Lmhis of Mnrav la visit 
ed Mrs Mollie Dempster, last week 

Misses Ruth and Marion (iross. ui 
New .Mhanv. are Kuesfs of Mr. and 
Mrs .\ () Marshall 

Hohert Drane. of Wichita Falls. 
Texas, has heen the g«eat of Mr. and 
Mrs. A T. Drane. _ 

Mr. and Mrs. Batt WMMRglon, 
have been quite ill. 

Mrs. L. .B. Moorman aptnt Wed- 
nesday and Thursday in Latiiavillt. 

Dr. W. B. Taylor and Mr*. Tayter 
motored to Glasgow for tha «mt« 
end. 

Fairlcigh Hemdon. of Loniaville. 
It Smday wftk his father, j. M 



•oew 



Cigarette 

• To »0al In the 
cMioious Burley 

It's Toasted 



APoMtm 
Lnbricating Sytlem 



ran 



or- 



MfrMtt/a 




CARS. 
TRUCKS W 
MAOUNFMY 

Sm Vt 



Or Ath Your Gara^t Man 

Tkc Alemite Lubricator Co. 

S43-45 Sm* TM $ltml 



Yes it can 
be dyed 

cleaned 



That fast yoar** miK or 
«lroM can bo aado to 





Swim Cl««iiirt ft Dy«n 



IRVINGTON 

WeililiiiK hells are niiKing. ringing. 

.Miss Helen \ iiueiit. of Louisville, 
is tlu- K'uest III .\liss Kvely n Kinn. 

Mrs. Kate lieniutt is visitiiijf rela- 
tives in Owtnshoro 

kev. Matt Bell, of Louisville, vis- 
ited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell, la.st 
w eek. 

Mesdaiiu s II I',. Head. \   rda .Me- 
(ihee and .Miss .Meda Ditto, attended 
an all (ia  missionary mcatilio at 
Gustiili. Wednesday. 

Mrs. N irgil I5rite and Mi s Martha 
Howe I'.rite. oi l.i.iiisv ill. . s|)ent the 
week-end here with IrieiuN. 

Mis.s Erie Smith, ol Gustun. visit- 
ed .Mr. and Mrs. N. Gardner, last 

I week 

I r)wiKrs i.f lii;sine.ss lu'iise-- of Irv- 
iiiKtoii. eoiiteiiiplate closing at 6 o'- 
I cloek iltinnK July and Angoat except 

I on .Satnrilav s. 

I .Mrs Liu  llessiltim and dauKhter. 

Mi-s Irene Hessvlton. of Chicago. 
' visited .Mr. and Maa. C. W. Hawes. 

last week 

Mr- 1.1 ik t'rayeralt and haliv. nf 
I'l.i'u rt  . ueii K'lests of Mr. and .Mrs 
I. i) I'reu I;i t week. 

Mrs. .\ 1 Adkins. Mi.sscs .\ell 
Smith ami .Maliel Adkins. spent Fri- 
ila  in Louisville 

V.(\ Iv .Mexaiuler and smi. kay. 
attinrleil a (inn Slmnt in l.oiii.sville. 
TiiM-dav 

Messrs J. W Willis. I red liri^ht. 
\\ I I'iKKoll. .M (.'. (Ireen. John 
.M iiss' Imaii. .Mesilaiiits .\ T. .\dkins. 
John .Miles and eliildren. attended 
tile funeral of Jerrv 'l ilfdril at I'ords- 
ville. Tluirsdav . 
I Misses .ViiK'ie and .Margaret (jihsoii 
are 111 line irxiu I.uuisville. 

Mr. anil .Mrs Krncst Reese and 
lamest, J r.. of Dallas. Texas, arrived 
Thursday to vi it his mother. Mrs 
Sue Simmons They nu^tored through 
arriving here on the thirteenth day 

Will Mode, of Louisville, returned 
home .Monday after a week's vacation 
:ii .Mr anil Mrs. John Kevitt's, c i 
I la sin .spViiigs. 

Irvington liase hall team crossed 
hats with the L. H. & St. L. R. K. 
1IU4I Saturday afternoon. The score 
heing U to 'i in favor of the Irvington 
team. • 

Miss Annie Mae Wilson ia visiting 
relatives in St. Louia, Mo., and 
Springfield. 111. 

Misses Pauline Waggoner, Cath- 
erine and Elisabeth Henninger spent 
the week-end wHh Miaa Mary Smith 
f )wvnsboro. 

}. B. Biggs went to Cincinnati. 
Saturday to see his aon Hillard Biggs, 
w'lo is seriously ill at St. Francis 
'i"vernnient Hospital. 



Carl Adkina will go to the Mam- 
moth Cave on the 39th to camp two 
weeks with the Y. M. C. A. group. 

George Ashcraft. who has been ill 
for quite awhile has gone to Louis- 
ville, to con.siilt a specialist. 

Mr. and Mrs. (lien nnnger and son. 
.\drain. of HrandenhnrR. spent -Sun- 
dav with Mr and .Mrs Lon Cow lev. 

A number of yoniiK people chaper- 
oned by Mr. and Mrs. J. F Vogel en- 
Joyed an outing at the beautiful coun- 
'try home of Mr. and Mrs. John 
NtrHt on Smrtay afttmoon. 

3TBraiN8FOKT 

SlientT lesse Carman, of Hardins- 
btirK. was the Riiest of his brother. 
Kvaiis t arinan. Friday 

A. L. Lewis was in Louisville, last 
week 

Win. (lilhert was in HardinshnrK. 
Saturday. 

Mr John Knterkine and two daugh- 
ters. Misses Dorria and Edith, of St. 
Lv iiis. are quests of Mr. and Mrs. F.. 

L Dowell. 

Rev. P H. Canary, of Columbus. 
O.. preached in the City Hall, to a 
large crowd, on Wednesday and Fri- 
day nighta. 

Mr. and Mra. J. W. French were in 
Ijoeiaville, laat week. 

Mra. Ida Nottingham, of Lodiburg, 
was the gtiest of Mrs. W. J. Schopp, 
laat week. 

Walter Weisenbcrg, of Cloverport, 
spent last Wednesday with his grand- 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hanks. 



Mr I'evtoM ( anarv and two daugh- 
ters. Mis.ri Nfary and KklMlg Were 

in ( loverport. Thnrsflax 
j Mrs lake Miller and daughter. 
Miss \ rriia. were in ( loverport. 
Thnrsdav 

I Rev }•'. S I'Knt. of Louisvdie. who 
I has lieen ill. was aide to fill his pulpit 

at the Itaptist church, Sunday. 
Sam H. Din WO» ia GwmfOrt. 

last Tuesday. 
I Miss Lena Payne was in Clofftir- 
' port, Tuesday having ^tal work 

done. 

Miss Haleil BaalMffl retemti Jao  

day from Clo\-crport, having batn tha 
goett of Mra. Wm. Pumphrey. 

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Bennett are 
receiving congratalaibna on the Mrth 
of a son. Letcher DeO tH , Jaat Itth. 
' W. J. Schopp waa in Loa w trlHa. last 
week. 

J. W. CaaHman, of ■ LoaiiTflie, ia 
visiting his sona, A. B. CMhman and 
W. C. CaaliaMiw. 

Mr. mi Mn. a W. Oawdl and 
children wtte la llat  l at t f i, Sat- 
urday. 

Mrs. John Wel aen b e r g. of Clover- 
port was the Sunday gneat of her par- 
ents. Mr.^ip-i .Mrs. W. B. Hanks. 

'Mrs Sallic Moomiaa, of Ctovcr- 
p irt. was the gneat of Mra. O. W. 

Dowell. Sunday. 

Mr. and Mrs. Chas Maysey and 
son. Paul, accompanied by Kenneth 
K. Gilbert, left Sotlday in Mr. May- 
sey's motor car for New Windsor, 
111., to visit Mrs. Maysey's parents, 
Mr. andi Mrs, Thos. Blaine. Mn». 
Blaine who has been IN foff aeveral 
weeks is no better. 

Mrs. Smith, of Havvesville. is the 
guest of her daiiRhter. Mrs. Kvans 
Carman, and Mr. Carman. 

Dr. Goldstine. who practiced medi- 
cine here inan  v ears af{o, stopped 
here Sinida\- to shake hands with old 
friends, lu was ciironte from Kvans- 
villc. to his home in Texas. 



here last week enroute to her home 
from Louisville. iTlMfa ifeg'IVBt the 
guest of relatives. * 

Jesse BruinglM tgat la HMtfins- 
InirR. I"riday. 

Miss Lillian Hidlf. of near Irving- 
ton. was the guest of .Miss Carrie M. 
Met'oy, Thursday. 

Miss Kssie Board, of Cecelia, is 
visiting her cousins. Miss Nancy 
Board and Mr C. S. Board. 

Mrs. Vic Pile and children, Vic. Jr.. 
and Virginia, were guests of Mr. and 
Mrs. H. B. Moorman, Saturday. 

Mr. M. P. Compton. of Hardint- 
bvrK waa the guest* of his brother, 
Mr. Taylor Compton, and Mrs. Com- 
ptm one day laat week. 

MliMt T hehna and Wilma Whit- 
worth were gaeaia of Iheir gaaii'Mra. 
Clint Davia, aad Mr. DtTie iIm week- 
end. 

A baby boy came Wedaeaday to 
make Mt haaw wM Mr. and Mrs 
Erncat B kd aoo 

Mrs. McCbnIali came Snnday night 
to visit her slater, Mrs. Bill Stinnett. 

Mrs. Andrew Board is suffering 
from a diskKatcd knee. 

Mrs. Richard Bandy, of Irvington. 
was in town Saturday shopping and 
while here she was the gticst of Mrs. 
J. A. Bruington. 

Miss Bessie Snyder, of Hardins- 
burg, visited her sister, llfa.,V. B. 
Mattingly. last week. 

Mra. Abe Compton was in Hard- 
insbnrg, one day last week. 



Critchelcie and family last Saturday. 

Mr. and Mrs (las I'nvvlds and 
family motorefl to l.eitrlitirld. last 
Satltrdav slioppiiiK 

These warm days strongly remind 
me of Rdllip't 



"Knee Deep in June." 
' Plague, if they ain't somepin in 
Work at kindo jfoes an in ' 
My convictions! -long about 
Here in Jane especially! — 
Under some old apple-tree 

{aa' a rcstin through and throagh 
lothing etoe at all to do." 

Mraw Xeoala Clbrli aad Mrs. RaMV 
Storma era b^ oa the tick Hat 1M» 

week* 

Miaa Cecil Mattinriy and brother, 
Jack; Frank and Jalwn Storms at- 
tended thfe birthday diaaar aivcn to 
Mr. Raffo Matthiffar, of McQoady, 
at the home of hia father, Mr. |aaM| 
Mattingly. A big gaiaa of baae bM 
was playM ia m 



GARFIELD 

Mrs. Jim Waggoner is in Louis- 
ville, this week shopping 

Mrs. Ben Harper and children, and 
Miss Marian Compton were guests of 
Mrs. Dink Carman, Wednesday. 

Mr. Jim StClair, of Webatcr, was 
in town. Monday. 

MIsa Looiae Brown, of Woodrow. 
is visiting her grandparents, Mr. aad 
Mrs. W. T. Dowell. 

Miss Mattie Hamed. of Custer, was 



YBLLOWLAXB 

Mra. Joe Rhodea waa on the sick 
Hat taat weak. 

Misa Irene Bradley who haa em- 
ployment in Cincinnati la home for a 

vacation. 

Miss I'hilomena Speak, after a 
pleasant visit with her sisters at Lex- 
ington and St Joseph's Infirmary, 
returned home last week. 

Miss Blanche Jarboe/ who has been 
engaged in the milliaery business in 
Louisville, is home for her vacation. 

Uncle Cliff Mattingly and daughter, 
Irene, returned last Saturday from a 
visit in Owensboro. They were ac- 
companied home by Maater Rnasell 
Rhodea. 

Maaters Rasrmond and Robert 
Rhodea were guests of FnMcia Rhod- 
es, last Saturday night hui attended 
the picture show at McDaniels. 

Mra. Muse and Miss Betsey Pool 



HILL ITEMS 

Mr Csnary and daughters. Missei 
Mary and Flossie Canary from near 
Stephensport were in town Thursday 
visiting among friends. 

Miss Mary Keil is in Louisville as- 
sisting her cousin. Miss Clara Fisher, 
who is matron at the Jewish Hospital 

Mr. and Mrs. George Carnell, of 
Louisville, were the Saturday aikd 
Sunday guests of Mr. aad MM La- 
ther Satterficld. 

Mrs. Douglas WilliaaM, of Louis 
ville. is with her sister. Mrs. Noble 

Mr. and Mrs. FSasham and child 
ren, from Chicago, are the guests of 
Mrs Basham'a pareatt, Mr. aad Mrs. 

Jack Smiley. 

Mr. Tom BIythe was here last Sun- 
day to see his mother. Mrs BIythe. 

Mr. and Mrs. OIlie (^rum after 
visiting Mr drum's mother. Mrs. 
Connor Johnson, have returned to 
their home wi Indianapolis, enroute 
to Rockport to see rehitivea of Mrs. 
Orum. 

Mrs. John Fiaher, of (^ynthiana, is 
ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. 
Charlie Loyd. and Mr. Loyd. 

Mrs. George Garrett and daughter, 
were here last week from Evansville. 
to see Mrs. Noble, who continues ill. 

Miss Emma BIythe has been to 
Bowling Green, to attend the closing 
exercises of the school where her ' 



Contlnoed On Page 7 



RHEUMATISM KNOCKED OUT WITH USE OF 

CO - RHU - CU 



Co-BhU'Cw h no new Itiing. ■» it hai Item 
■oU for maiiv year:, viitli iiioAt rriiiiirkalilt' 



It ha* livt'ii rrlici In liuiiilrt'ils iii | ii ( l 
sad iu faau! in fail travrluiK ovii iIk v^lmli 
UaiiMl Siauw. 

This U 4llC ta Iht lurnu uf tlu- liivlieinr. 
OM paticat imm it and ttUs hin neiahl or 
■tmut it. It worku like maiie aliHuTutrly 

tcirnlit'u »tl  n.iilu-.'iliitu llir urii- a* iil tioili 
th*' s  st ■ 111 

It iias TMit III. .IikIiiisi Ijitil rItt'Ct Oil llir 
sioiiuiii. on lilt oilirr hand one tittr h»t 
said It till' l)..st thing (or iodigcstion 

tticy had cfrr itri-u. If you are a (uffcrcr from 
rhisnttMi read tome of ih* foUowina tr - 
timoaialu then htty a bMll* o( Co-Uiil-Cu 
alM  icrt a l ixtle (i Ca-RlM Ca .UmT Mb. 

ihr vfty i . .si i iii nm aMmal tm tat Hvsr, 

lOll ttl «itliili, etc 

Atk your drusaikt (or a Mm|i!c of Cu Kliu 
Cu L.iv«r Fillt. Thry du yuu good and 

when once uted you will use no other. 

Both ibeitc remcdieii arc Kialiieally vrc- 
parod aad «*• abaahila istisiastiaa. w* 
bavs hiHidfais ai tMiliaaislg as ta th*ir 
lasfiM, Wa hstw laace at Sb tkna is* one 

Read what Mr. J. B. Fiyw, al Calheua. 

Xy., haa lo lay: 

"1 had bec« a auffcrcr with rhrumsiiim fur 
0«cf two yeart, on enilche  (or tifleea 



monthi ami of counr was unable lo do any 

kiiiil III work at .-ill M\ irirml thiiuKht thtrr 
tin e|i;tlKi Ini nn li  ^it w ill 1 tricl 
iK-ttM  aiiil t-\vr tluuK that wd  rt-i ninttU'liil- 
1(1 iiul tiolhitig neetiu-il to liavr tlu- !«ligtile! t 
ilTit't on my Iruulili-. in fait I ga\r u|i my 
M'll : I uta* ill the depth* of deitiiair, «heii a 
fri  ml of mine called my attention tu your 
r iiieily I'o-Rhu Ca and I iinmediatrly I'ought 
a Ixittic anil licgati to take it. 

Krotii tlir very mart I could realue it did 
nu' giHid ami alli r taking half a bottle 1 wat 
able tu go lu (iluwiiig and any other work 
that came up I cniillnurd itn use till I had ! 
taken thrfi- oi i 'iir bottles after which 1 | 
cull truttifull)  a.v I liavt-ii't had a sy niptuin . 
uf tlie rlieuiuatiaiti. 1 have enjoyed better I 
health aiact 1 waa carad lhaa avar balors in 
my life. It hu bars over ■ year aiocc I 
rcceivMl ptwaarat rtlM. 

I hatre iMMaaMtMla4 Co-Hliu c'u lu bun 
drcda of p t o fh aad shall take iilcaaurc m 
coAlinains to do m . I miabi add that all I 
have recommended it to nav* had a happy 
rrco\tr  from the- ,lrcail itiHeair. I certainly 
want ti  lirip an.vli't i% who !»uttcr» Mitli 
ihcunialiaiu, out uf ibeir trouble by rccuin 
mMdliW Ca-iUM-Cu. 

Hotrfng every aiiiFerer from Rhenmatiiini 
may i|rl iu touch with your valu;^lc rrinedy 
I am 



Both CO RHU-CU and the Liver Pills 
are for sale by all druggists. 

CO-RHU-CU MEDICINE CO., lac, Pra»ristars 

OWCNSaOilO, KENTUCKY 



Anderson's 

Loom End Sale 



OPENS TODAY 



The Biggest Event in the Merchandising history of this 
vicinity. Offering an endless chain of Bargains- -huge 
quantities of newest merchandise are coming constantly 
in— a flood of unusual values will flow out for the next ten 
days. You know our store! You know our Service! You 
know what our Loom End Sale |; rih8;s to you in the way 
of substantial bargains! 



OOME BY ALL MEANS 
SAU CLOSES SATUIOAY MYL 2 

( 

& We ANDERSON COMPANY 



OWENSBOSO. 



KSNTDCKY 



WHERE COURTESY REIGNS 



JUNE tL, mi , THl IKICKIHKIDOB KEWl. CLOVKKPOKT. kSHtVQKY 



Ik 



Mi MjUWERY AT 
iULFPUCE 



SPECIAL 

TaUt PMcbM tai IJ^j^ 



Sbktifig 



Heavy Shirting or "t 
Denim per yard 



XTRA FMtory Cotton XTBA 

PERYMD 5^ PCRVMO 

CORSETS 

MEA L« Revo Cor- 0A QC 
•WV Mts for wVaSFU 

S5.00 ■eti for. 



OPENING DAY 

S-P-E-C-I-A-L 



Men's Heavy 
alls for only— 



98c 



$3.95 
$1M 



Men's Socks 



8c 



Felt Base 
Floor Covering 
59c sq. yd. 



GIVEN AWAY 

Abtdutoly FREE! 

10 Pounds of sugar given to 
every customer making purchas- 
es of $20.00 or more. Supply your 
needs at theat Mit pricee and git 
10 pounds of wigir FREK. 



Bring the thUdnn. We will give 
every child who lOWM tO thU ttac* «»  

ing the Red Tag Salt a fiitt, Mg t aB oe w . 

Absolutely Free. 



VTBAI QlmM C|M|i VTPAI 
PER YAM j^^^ PER YAM 

SILK BLOUSES 
$3.95 t^r**** $3*19 

These are -lovtljr, in lOft pastel 
shades, in georgettes, crepe de 
chines and tricolettes and were real 
targaiM at tkalr fagular pricat, to 
don't nlit gaiiiiif ona at tfM tala« 

Men's 

Athletic Union Suits 

$1.50 quality for $1.1V 




Ladies' Hdkfs 

Udtea HaadlMfChiafa ^ 




Sorghum 

Sorrham J.ft/» 

prr gal TrOv 



Beard's RED TAG SALE-June 24 to July 2 

BEARD STANDARD QUALITY MERCHANDISE is offered to you at these 
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES for 8 days selling. No fire sale stock, trashy odds and 
ends, or second hand stuff, but fresh, new, dependable merchandise that we stand 
back of as merchants of long standing. 



LINENS and DOMESTICS 



1 



$2.00 Table Daonask (heavy qualiQr) for. 

$1.35 Table Damask for 



$1.00 Table Damask for...„ 
S-4 Bleached Sheeting for„ 
9-4 Unbleached Sheetinf for. 
SR-in. POkm Tubing foc_ 



Heavy, A Grade Straw Ticking 

35c Absorbent Toweling a bargain for. 

40c Toweling for ~. 

12j/2 J Toweling for. 

38  Huck Towala for 

25f Huck Towels. 



Xtra Special — Heavy Towelings par yaid for. 
3-lb. Cotton Bats, sise liaM for ; 



...$1.45 
97  
.69  
.48^ 

.23  
19  
.31^ 

8  

.78^ 



MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING 

Vf9 have ona lot o£ lian*a Hart Schaffhar ft Marx 
suits, in aU wool in Bluas, Qraana and frowns tfiat are 
absohitaly worth fram |tR.iO to $41.00^ snita that are 
sQrlaa'ia ttna for tfit comii^ Fall asason, hut wa want to 
turn into money— and so we offer this line 

at $28.75; your choice of any suit in the lot 

$30.00 Suits going for 



FURNITURE SPECIALS 



$40.00 

$32.50 
$27.50 
$20.00 
$30.00 
$23.60 
110.60 
$37.60 
$27.50 
$30.00 
$25.00 
$17.50 
$17.60 
$88.60 
$16.00 
Xtra 



Kitchen' Cabinata for. 

Kitchen Cabinets for. 



Kitchen Cabinets for. 



J88.86 

'. $24.95 

$21.75 

Library Table for $15.75 

Davinette for - $24.95 

Qfiffonier for $18.76 



Chiffonier for. 

for..._ 



$18J6 

$29.95 

$21.75 

$23.75 

Square Dining Table for - $16.76 

Square Dining Table for ». - .$13.76 

Sat Dining Chairs for $18.46 



Dresser for « 

Round Dining Table for. 



$84.75 

$25.00 Suits going for. ,' .$19.75 

$20.00 Suits going for $16.75 

One lot of conservative styles for men worth to 

$20.00 Red Tagged at...- $12.75 

Boy's Suits worth $7 JO Bad Tagged at $6.45 

Boy*s Suits worth $18l60 Bed Tagged at $8.75 

Boy's Suits worth $16.00 Bed Tagged at J$11.75 

One lot of Boy's Knee Panta at Bagular Price. 

Men's Union 'Alls for . $2.65 

Boy's Union Alls from $1.05 to......^ $1.95 



MEN'S SHIRTS and HATS 

at RED TAG PRICES 



$3.00 Shirts Red Tagged for 

$2.00 Shirts Red Tagged for 

One fot of dreas diirts for 

lien's $SJO Hats for ; : 



Sat Diabig Chafara far. 



J$17.7i 



Men's $4.00 Hats for... 
liaa'a $8^ Hats for^ 



...$S.19 
...$1.48 
--J8  
.J8.35 

$3.35 

4aj5 



Set Dining Chairs for. 
SiMcial-"QlMa Do^r K it^M " Safo for. 




CURTAIN MATERIALS 



40^ Marquiaetta Scrim for. 
Z5f Blue Bird Serins .fer^ 

30  Scrim for ^...^ 



Bcru lace curtains par pair. 



26  

19^ 

j$8.a 



Si 00,00 Carsonoias on sale for $59*7 5 
$19$. 00 CarsoBolm m» sate far tj9*75 



COOK STOVES and RANGES 

tt«la $44.76 

. $24.75 

$17.76 



lOnlsr 

$30.00 Good Cook Stova far. 
$88J0 Cook Stova fer„- 



HARNESS and BRIDLES 

$35.00 Double Buggy Harness for - $22.45 

$17.50 Single Buggy Harness for ......$15.75 

$18J0 Braachings far $8J5 

$8.08 BrssrWng far \ , $7.45 

$6.00 Black face Horse collars for L— $4.45 

$4.00 AU tan Horse coUara *Tt $2.95 

tajO Work Bridlaa for $8.89 

1. ■ ' ■ 

HARDWARE SPECIALS 

$3.50 Aluminum covered kettles for $2.59 

$1J$  Mla DUi Bmm far $1.19 

88^ ^^t. aowirad buslHli fa r — r»..~....JM^ 

$6.50 Riffles Red Tsgged $4.85 

$7.50 Riffles Red Tagged for ' $4.85 

$8.76 ttfiaa Bad Tagged for f $7.46 



COLORED WASH GOODS 

50  Fancy voiles for .- „ ,,, , ■ , S7^ 

60fJ Block pattern voiles for 44^ 

$1.00 Imported swiss organdies 84f 

35  Ginghams for. - , ,„■ , , Wff 

20c Ginghams for 16c 

25c Percales 36-in. wide for .19^ 

Xtra Special— Red, Pink and Blue checked gingham 
affects for only ^ ...14^^ 



WHITE GOODS SPECIALS 

76  and 80^ White voiles for 68  

40c White voiles and p'q^iee . 

50c White organdy for 39  

30 ^ White organdy for „ 22  

35  Flaxons-Longdodi 27  

25c Nain'^nnka , , 

45c Batiste 29^ 

Xtra Special— Crisp white Potted Swiss for. 19  



Men's - Women's - Childrens 

SOX and STOCKINGS 

Ladies drop-stitched stockings, gray or tan, 75  

value for 25c 

Misses White Ribbed Stockings 50f^ value for 33f 

Infants Silk Sox 86  vahia for ^ 

Xtra Special— Ladiea StocUagi* white and brown 
par pair only : 8  

Xtra SjMeial-Ladiet* Stoekinf s 

White and brown only, per pair 8c 



SHOE SPECIALS 

Men's Brown Brogues f»r , r $6.75 

Men's Wkle Toe or M en*fe Brown BnglUi SImo for.....$4.76 

Men's Work Shoe, Army last $3.75 

Men's Mule skin work shoe for $1.98 

Boy's Mule skin work shoe f"r %\ 4» 

Boy's CaU drees shoe far $8J$ 

Ladies' high heel shoes values to $10.00 for $8.45 

Clean-Up in odds alfcl ends of Men's, WonaB's and 
Children's Low Shoes at 20^ off. 



RUG and CARPET Specials 



$50.00 Axminster Rug for. 

$35.00 Velvet Rugs for 

$25.00 Tapestry Rug for... 
$87.60 Tapestry Rug for.... 



$35.45 
$26.50 
..$21.45 
488.46 



$17J8 CaagofaiMi Bufi far. 



I Oatorfait carpal, lujiifar 78# vahia far. 



J$li4i 



II ■^I'rtiiii^Miiilifi 




tUB 1»^C«INKIPQ» IIBWtL CtOVBKPOKT. KBMTVCKT 



The Breckenridge News 



45th YEAR OF SUCCESS 



1921 



Kription prict M M ■ vtar: SI M for ■ mentM: m 
Um Md M ter each aMitMMl intcnioii. C«r4 ol 
flW «IMa rtr Km. OMmHm cters^ Iw at 
■Mb BWiiM Mm laM fmk ^ftr. If U it 



StTBSCHIPTION HATES 

tl.M for • mentht: Mc for S motitht. Buiintu Lecah l(c 
Thanks, orrr S linra, charged (or al 
the rale ol Be p«r Hmt, montj in 
If U it not correct, pirate notilr as. 



NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 
Wkaai *e« have aaiahrd rraHing your ropy of THK BRBCKBNRIDOl NBWI band it t* 

• Maaa who It not   auhtrrihrr; do no) throw it iway or dc8tr«f H. 



WBDNBSDAY,... JUNB W. IWl 

The prospects now for mint ■ new bridfe over Ctew Crwlr in the 

process of ronstnution by the end of stiinmer at .my rate, \* issiircil this 
time. And not only is the Cloverport bridge contract to be let within the 
next thirty 4t]r«. Wrt tkt Stale Head tommitsioners gave County Attorney 
W. iShcrMM B«n tkt itattnicnt that bids wouM be advcrtiMd by Sept 1st, 
for the remainder of the federal highway in BrecMiridgt cennty, which in- 
cludes the road from the corporate limit* of Hardintharg to ("loverporf and 
from the corporate linuits of Cloverport to Hawesville. And so it seems 
fliMll wt win nbt only have ■ new bridge, but within the course of tWi year 
work will have began on the OhioRiver Route in oar MCtkm. 

It's a long lane that has no turn, and aarcly wt hBTt COBM !• the tarn of 
where Cloverport will have a fine oonCfOtf bffidfB and lOBM fWAl that w'e 
travel over in ease and comport. 



Mr. Johnson'* 10,tM apple and peach orchard which he set out last fall, 
ia like a grandfathcr'a fnt granddaachur it iaprevta and growa more at- 
tractive every week. 

Mr Johnson had ten men at work tasi w.   k. . leaning weeds and prun- 
ing, and you could almoat see the Hltle beauties grow. Mr Johnson lias al- 
ways claimed that he could tnm aa good apples in Breckinridge as any- 
where in the country, and that soon he would be shipping his apples in box- 
es from his orchard near Trvington, that big red variety wrapped hi psper 
and like tliose that arc sliipptil from the Wcvtcrti sfatCi. PfOBI the looks 
of his orchard he will be able to make his word good. 



The Rev. Father Meyer, who delivered the commencement address to 

the  ouuK women of tlu Sai red Heart Acadamy. Lonisvilte. laid particular 
emphasis on the importance of woniau'^ place in the home instead of in 
politics Sonu-one has truthfully "^i'id that what the home fails to d.i i  Kit 
for the clergy. It's apparent now-a-days that there is a big task before the 
clergy in bringint beck to wonian kind the necessity of better home-makers 



\\ t arc very sorry i   Uarii of the critical condition of our old friend the 
Hon. Charles Blanford. For over forty years he has been a reader of The 
Breckenridge News, and has always had a good word for the Editor. We hope 
his couditicin win change for the better and that his life wiH be spared for 

many years. 



FARM AND STOCK 



L. Rhodes shipped from Kirk. 
Monday a car load of lambs. 133 aver- 
aging T.*i pounds. Butler and Skillnian 
shipped a car load lambs and hogs 
from Harned. Beauchamp and McCoy 
a car load from Harned. 

\ \ \ \ 

1 r Hiiipk. lldiiur \lc\aiiilcr. 
I'raiik |}i lla\ ii.  ti Hardinshnrn. \'ic 
I'ile, and Cliarlev Hutlcr went to 
Louisville. Monday 

N X X X 

Elijah Jolnison. of (iarlicld. was the 
^«g8tjO^ ichs»n^ohns^^ 



ton. Monday. He is accused of having 
his eyes on a young widow in that 
ncighboriraod. 

X X X X 

Raymond Board. «)f Rosetta. went 
to I.os .Angeles, California. Monday 
to see the country and locate if he 

could find a job. 

\ \ X \ 

W. U Keith, ol Iti w Iiyville. inadc 
a business trip to L  iii ville, Monday. 

X \ X \ 

Tlic I'.fw Ii   X illc ha-c ball team 
^ives an ice cream .-upper at Bewlcy- 
villc. Saturday night. , 

X X X X 

Inhii \K \.incli r like  to talk about 
old times and old people in Breckin- 



PINE LUMBER. FLOORING. CEILING. WEATH- 
BRBOARDING, R^D CEDAR SHINGLES, 
SHEATHING, MOULDING. LATHS. PLASTER, 

CEMENT, LIME. FELT ROOFING. METAL 
ROOFING, HOUSE PAINT, ROOF PAINT. VAR- 
NISH OIL. TURPENTINE, WINDOW GLASS. 
BUILDERS HARDWARE, PUMPS. WATER SYS- 
TEMS. LALLEY LIGHT PLANTS, BUGGIES, 
SURREYS. WAGONS. 

Write us a card if you want to save some money. We 

win give you our delivered price by return mail. 

FoMlsvUle PlMino MIU Co. 



ANNOUNCEMENT! 

Mr. Edsti B. Ftrd, PrMidant oi tha Ford Motor Company, 



"Another rcduciioti lias been made in the list price of all types of 
Ford cars and the Ford truck to take effect immediately. The liat pricea, 
f . a. k Delfali. an aaw aa lalaaMS 

$415.00 

' $370.00 

- $695^00 

$700.00 

..^ $345.00 

JHMM 



TOURING CAB- 
RUNABOUT 

COUPE 

SEDAN 

C HASSIS 

TRUCK-CHASI&. 
TRACTOR 



MS for April aai May llil waa greater by Mjm cars 
for tiM MBM two aaoatha in lOtO; in fact, tho ^aaand 
eater than the aupriy, so that our outpitt haa been Hm- 



"The big I eductions last fall were made in anticipation of low mater- 
ial costs which we are now ({ettmg the benefit of, and this fact together 
with increased manufacturing efficiency and the unprecedented demand 
for Ford cars, jwrticularly during the past three months permitting max- 
imum " ■ * .... . ... . 

lately. 

"Ford buaiaaas 

and 1 

has been even greater than the aupidy, so that our output 

ited. not by unfilled orders but by manufacturing facilities. 

"During May we produced 101,424 Ford cars and trucks for sale in 
the United Slaic.-. alone — tlie biggest iiioiith in liie history of our com- 
pany — and our factories and asbcmbly plants arc now working on a 
4.000 car daily aehadulc for June. 

"The Fordson tractor it still bsing sold at less than the cost to pro- 
duce account of th« recent big price reductions, and it is intpossible, 

therefore, to make any further cut in the price of the tractor' 

Can you aftord to go without a car any lunger when Fords arc sell- 
ing at these new low prices? There is no reason now why yOO ikOOld 
delay purchasing a Ford car, Ford truck, or Fordson tractor. 

We will gladly aiviia pao noaiming the daltoag af a Fardson trac 
tor or tiM partfaolif tppa al «ar la wt^di yo« aoo iaiMaatad. Just 
■a er 4pap aa a earl. 

T. J. HOOK d SONS 



rMfll OMBBr. No kao a Ane aienwry 
and «ai mk yoa  kt MMenr of most 
of the fiM people now Uving. He 
can ten yen when tlwy were born, 
when married, how many children 
they have, how many married and 
where located. Hr remsrVed to the 
writer the Other day that you hare 
in Cloverport the oMeiit married 
coaplc in Breckin ridire connty, la 
Mr. and Mrs. A R .Skillman, who 
have passed their r 6th marrisge sn- 
niveriary The ne.xt oldest couple he 
naid is .Mr and Mrs. Geo. Hsrned, of 
Ciislcr, who have been married over 
61 year*. 

The oldest widow in the connty is 
Mrs. Joiey Tucker, widow of Samuel 
Tucker and mother of Pleasant Tuck- 
er, of Marned. who will be 04 years 
old next October There are a nnm- 
brr of other old people I conhl tcH 
yon ,-ihout. Will refresh my m e mory 
nnd K've them to ya% Mm oMiar 

time 

V X X X 

( Bryant, of Stephensport, went 
()\cr to \ii Jiiad\-. .Monday to build 
a hue barn for Will Davis Mr. Bry- 
ant has built as many barns in Breck- 
inridge county .Ts any other man in 

the coanty. 

■X X X X 

It looks now ironi what we can 
learn that the work on our bridge and 
the road from Hardinsborg will be 
in full blast within the next sixty 
days. .Attorney W S. Ball has been 
sittinK tft^ wiffi KiiKiiieep^ Boggs and; 
the road comniissioneira lor a wMl 
and has finally got them to movc. 
M r. Ball ahoald have a vote of thanks. 
x*x X a 

Thos Ryan sold a car hiad of hoRs 
in Lonisvillc, last week at • ccnta. 

X X X X 

Mrs. Noah Finley and son. James, 
of .Alton. III., came Monday to visit 
her parents, ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry 
lolly, of near HarAMbarg. 



24 YEARS AGO 



June 23. 1S87. 
1m Clovarport. 

Born to the wife of Oiris Perrigo, 
Mondav evening, a son. 

- (o) — 

l! avm rnckcr. a prominent busi- 
ness iiiaii of Stephensport, died sud- 
denly .Monday morning of heart dis- 
ease. 

_(o) — 

Samuel Allen and his wife died 
within a few hoars of each other 
Monday in Hancock coanty. They 
were both 83 years old and had been 
married fifty-five years. Their colRna 
were exactly alike and they were 
btiried in the same grave. 

-(o) — 

Robertson Bros., of Glcndeane, 
bought of Horace Smith, Lewisport, 
last week, 40 head of cattle shippers, 
at $3.90. They averaged 1,300 pounds. 

_(o)- 

Mrs. Nancy Vessells, the aged nio- 
tlu-r of W. W. Vessells died at the 
home of her daughter, Mrs. Jas. N. 
I'ayne. Harned, Monday night of 
heart disease. 

- (o) - 

The news of the sudden death ol 
Mrs. George Fraut (nee Miss Latitia 
Hall). Monday at Webster where she 
had been at home to visit her par- 
ents. .Mr. and Mrs Wm. Hall was a 
sliock to her many friends in this city 
lU i remains were brought to this city 
and'intcred in the Cloverport ceme- 
tirv. " 

- fo) 

Hardin sburg — Mrs. ()vm.h Cun- 
ningham. Mrs. V. G. Babbage. .Miss- 
es Tula Daniel and Nettie Beard are 
attending the Woman's Missionary 
meeting at Hawesvillci. this week 
-(o)- 

Mr. and Mrs. David I'.anus. baby 
who haa been sick for the last week, 
died Monday morning. 

- (o) - 

Bra^lenbar^^Oiir \oiiii ; niend, 
Dick'vitto has taken unto himself a 
u ife. VMiss Martin, of Oweasboro. 

-(o)- 

Garfield — I he invitations aii- nut t" 
tlu uiddiuK   t .Mr E. B. Norton to 
Mis^ Kiiu'lu'loe of Hardiashurg, 

next l iu sdav. at 4 p III. 

-(o) — 

Big Spring — Bom to the wife of 
Dan Brown, on the 13th, a danghter. 

- (o) — 

Union Star — Mrs Bettie .Ann Rick- 
etts died at the home of her son-in- 
law. .Mr I). S. Richardson here June 
I 'l. a^ed 74 years. She leaves six child- 
ren and an aged haahaad to nMiam 

their loss. 

(o^ ^ 

Ed — l ariiiers are not talking poli- 
ties, but giviiiK their attention to to- 
bacco, wheat, corn and things about 
the farm. They arc deeply interested 
in farm work and the how of doing it 
-(o)- 

Here are our congratulation's to oar 
old friend. Bob Robertson, who is 
bordering on the shady side of 00. It 
IS a boy, a handsome, fine looking 
youngster, born on the evening of 
lime i4. A boy baby is the grandest 
a ldition ever made to a hoaaehoM. 
-(o) — 

Thf more we travel over Bredda- 
ridge coaaty, the more ia lave we are 
with it and the prouder we are that 
she is our native coanty. Grand old 
Breckinridge the best county of them 
all Her flowers are the sweetest, her 
women the prettiset and best, and her 
men the K''.i'"'''-t Wh^ would not 
Ii\x^m^jj2dlju^i|^^nd^^^^^_^^^^^_ 



'ft' 

imk§ Hadiines 

Supplies 



and Par PInlClMt 

Watch Repairing 

Sss 

T. C. LEWIS, ynur/tff 



WINS $25 PRIZE IN 
ESSAY COWKSr 

PROM 78« CONTESTANTS 



Miaa Elizabeth Hendrick, 
Hardinaburg, Givca Best 



wife at tho foander of the S. W. kit- 
dertaa Campany, Owensbero, eae of 



the larfeat retail eetahUahiaents in 
Westefti Kentacky. died stHdenly at 

her late home In Owensbora on Sat- 
urday morning. 

Mrs. Anderson was widely known 
for her benevolences. She is survived 
by hor hnaband and four 
and IWV OOai. 



t.4tl PUKB MIDJIOI 
ON KMTUCST 



Recently the Blue Valley Creamery 
(  )., of Chicago. 111., buyers of cream 
offered a prixe of $t8.00 to the one 
composing the best oaav, sabject, 
"How I can produce the Best Cream 
Under Conditions Which Prevail On 
My Farm." 

Miss Hendrick is the daughter of 
('. G. and Mrs. Lula Hendrick, near 
Hardinsboij, Ky^On May IWl. 
Miss Headric^ ftaalead tfca lattaaplgif 

letter: 

"Chicago, III., May 31st, 1091 Elis- 
abeth Ann Hendrick, Hardiniburg, 
Ky. Dear Mi.ss: First prize amount- 
inn '"^ $•-''  00 for the best essay on j 
'How I ( an rrodnce the fiest Cream 
I'nder t onditions Which Prevail on j 
My l"arm.* was awarded to you and! 
we are pleased to enclose our check; 
for this anioiiiit Yf»iir esaay was 
selected out ol a total of 736 coming | 
from lit states. inclndinR the Dom- 
inion of Canada. You have a splen- 
did essay aad we waat lo eoagratalale 
you. 

"If more cream producers would 
only study their conditions as you 
have done better cream would be the 
result. Your essay will help a good 
many to produce better craaM and it 
is our plan to publith it ale tig with 
your picture in future issues of the 
Blue Valley Bulletin. If you will be 
kind enough to send aa ypnr picture, 
you in good cqnditlon. Thii poMka- 
we will see to it that it it retaraed to 
tton as you know is being eaat oat 
to oar cream ihippers every moath. 

''Ia order that you will be familiar 
with the manner fn which these prize 
winner eaeayt were selected, we will 
endeavor to tell yoa briefly about it. 
The first thiag we did was to separate 
the essays according to statea, after 
which we called upon the leading 
authorities to select the three beat 
essays from their respective states. 
These essays were then turned over 
to a final tribunal, consisting of Mr. 
.A. .1 Grover. of Hoard's Dairymen, 
I'rof C I.arsen. of the Illinois .Agri- 
cultural Association and I'rof. C. W. 
Larson. Chief of Dairy Division at 
Washington. These selected three 
winners from the group. By this me- 
thod of judging we felt we were do- 
ing justice to all participsnts. Yours 
very tnily. Blue Valley Creamery Co." 

.Since receiving the IrJ.I.OO Miss 
Hendrick received an additional prize 
of five dollar.s from the Company. 
.At a la'er date her essay will be pub- 
lished, as it is deemed by the afore- 
said e.\perts to be a fine production 
of real merit and worth to all cream 
shippers. Miss Hendrick is fifteen 
years of age. 



FAKMt. 



The total mmMot of horses on 
farms hi KoMtwAlp on January l, 
IMO. waa MS,44S; the total ntmiber 
of cattle. l,0»S,SM; of sheep, T07.i4S; 
and of awtaM, l,0^4ai. The 1,401 
pure-hred horaaa represent 0.0 per 
cent of all horaoO' oa iaraM in the 
state; the p ai e «h od cattle repteeeat 
1.S per cant af al cattle: the pnre- 
bred sheep, par CMt of alt eBcep; 

lertee 9M par.eaiit 



and 

of aR awlaa. 



M WIVM 



Two handred and sia 

soldiers with their whrea freoi 
eign countries inchidinc Fraace, Bel 
gium, Italy, Austria, Germany and 
ten other countries, arrived in New 
York recently aboard transport Cam- 
bria. With them were 00 children 
who are Americanised by the mar- 
riage of their mothers to enlisted men 
oMh^U^^arrayand^iav^^^^^^^ 



Waahingtoa, Jane Farty ife^ 
aand ' dallars, a donatkm from fbo 
Supraao COnncil, Scottish Rites Maa* 
ons, waa cabled yesterday by the 
State Departmetit to Minister Craaa 
at Pekin for aiding the sUrving 
Chinese. 

Minister Craaa haa rMartad that |l 
will keep OM fimtaa lUllia alfvo for 

30 days. 



nUwOvt fOIICNi» BBAIK 

Prof. K. O. Excell, evengeliat. 
choir leader and publisher of a great 
manv religious songs, died in a Chica- 
go hospital Saturday. Prof. Excell 
sufTered a heart attack while assist- 
ing in the Gypay Smith revival in 
Louisville, last Oatabar aad aofer en- 
tirely recovered. 

Prof. Excell is said to have amassed 
a large fortune in the song oublisb- 
ing business. He started lira aa a 
bricklayer in .San Francisco. 



BBARD'g RED TAG SALB 

On Friday, June 24, B, F. Beard ft 
Co., of Hardinaburg, will open their 
annoal Red Tag Sale offering Beard's 
well known "Qualit/* of nerehaaijM 
at reduced prices. In this iaaaa af Tfca 
Breckearldge Newa, tha to n carriea 
a page advertisement tiuultag a 
ber of their sale prices on their 
merchandise. Read it I 



NEW CIRCULAR OUTLINES 
POTATO GROWING POINTS 



Lexington, Ky., June 17. — It is sci 
dom practicable to hold tubers from 
the first crop of potatoes for seed and 
for this reason the seed crop is usual- 
ly planted from the middle to the 
latter part ol July, according to Cir- 
cular \o. 100 which has just come 
oif the press at the College of .Agri- 
iiiltidie and which is intended to be 
a Kiii lc for junior agricultural club 
inemhers who are growing spuds as 
their club projects. The publication 
may be obtained free by. writing the 
Experiment S^ition, Lexington. 

MWl S. W. ANDERSON WIFE 
OF O'BORO MERCHANT, DEAD 



^frs S \V .Anderson \ears ol,| 



FISR 



TIKES 



Soidonfy 





^ve tire mileage 
at the lowest ooot 
in history 

30 X 3i 



NON-SKID RED-TOP 



CORD 



$lSoOO $22.00 $27.50 

Reduction on all styles and sizes 



A New Low Price on a 
Known and Honest Product 



Is the man with definite goal in vicW who has de- 
veloped the habit of thrift, who ii careful of hitdmc, 
his health, his savings. 

The man who doesn*t save is looked upon with sus- 
picion, while the inan who does commands respect 
and is paving the way to a prosperous future. 

Determine — today *s the day to start. , ' ' 



BBECKINIUDG&BANK 
OF CLOVERPORT 



* 



THE BRRCKINRIDGE NEWS, CLOVX R FOR T, K ENTUCK Y 



PAGE FI VI 



9lfr Smknuriftgr Wma 

WBDNBSDAY, JUNK M, IMl 



t«N flMttW. 



■ATt» rOR POLITICAL ANNOONCB- 
MBNTt. 



•r Prwinct ind Chy OOlce* 

Pot rouiiijf UfBcet - 

fur Statr knd Diltrirt Opur*.. •. 

f ar CalU, p»f line _ . 

Par C«rdf, p«T Hnf _ _ 

Par all PnbHcaiiwit in ih« taii 
MM4ualt •» avtMln «i 
Ml Wewt, ftt 



1 son 

II II M 



■ • 



If {m Adclc Prymirc, of Unibfi attr, 
tiaa font to Lexington, wbcrt sh* 
will attend the aix wttin annimer 

v -hool of the Unhrcraitjr of Ktntnckjr. 

Dr. C S. Suddarth, of Chicago, 
spent Sunday evening with hit liater, 
Ifra. B. H. Parrish, and Dr. Parrish 

Miss Katherine Reidel, of Holt has 
rettirned home after a visit with her 
aunt, Mrs. Annie Schribcr, of Tell 
aty. 

Mr. and Mrs W V (irahani and 
sons, Roy and James Graham, and 
Miss Rubic Stevens, of Louisville, 
were the weekvend guests of Mr. 
Graham's sister. Mrs. Gyd« Morri 

son, and Mr. Morrison 

Misses KIizai)eth antl Clare Morris, 
of Big SpriiiR. are visiting their aunt, 
Mrs. B. H. .Springgate, and Mr. 
Sprittggate. 



SOCIETY ITEMS 

Of Pi rtolMl Int«rtti 



CLASSIFIED AOVERTISEMENTS 



MOTE— Pl»«ci» notify th» Hitor »i.  
 iMire advrrlitrairnU ditcofitinMCil. 



Rome, Ind., June 3o. (Special To 
The Breckenridge News)— On Sat- 
vrdajr evening at six o'clock in the 
home of Mr. aiid lira. G. K. Bnbcnicr 

IfnM BwbMMCP tPM HMPnid to Mr. 



Master John C. I-eitch, Jr, of Ben 
.'Xvon, Va., arrived Sunday evening 
lor a visit with his grandoMthcr, MfS, 

Kcberca Lightfoot. 



Mr. Charles Mays, of Webttcr, 
cpent Thursday with Mr. and Mn. 

Thos. Bohler. 

Miss LillUn May will leave Friday 
'or Bowling Green to enter th« anm- 
er school at the State Normnl. 

o — o— o 

The I'rsulino Sisters of St. Rose 
sclinnl have gone to Mt. St. Joseph, 
near ( )wenaboro, dnrinc Iho vtieatton 

period 



Mrs Uavid B. Phelps and children 
Katherinu. Billy and Nancy Phelps, 
have returned from a three weeka visit 



TBLBPHONB 

Reiidenca— M Offica — M-J 

DR. JESSE BAUCUM 
UEN riST 

CLOVMPORT, KENTUCKY 

OrflCB HOUBt 
• MUA.M. lta»P. M. 



Clyde R. Wahert. of Tell City, Ind. 
Tht ctremony was said bjr Rev. A. 

B. Mayer, paator of the Ptrat Bvan- 
geHcal chnrch. of Tail City. 

Tht only attendant waa Miaa If try 

C. Maidin, of Roma, who waa the 
tnaM 9f hoiiac. 

Afltr the ctrcmony a wtdding^aap- 
per waa served. 

The brida was attired hi a blot taf- 
ftta drtaa with which aba carrkd 
pink Kilarney reati Tht maM of 
lM||M r'8 drtta waa pink awias. and her 
iowtra wtre Marie Ltonida's roaea. 

Mr. and Mra. Waltere will apcnd 
the •wmmfer at the home of the bride's 
parents. In September they will go to 
Tell City, where Mr. Walters will re- 
sume his work aa principal of the 
North building hi the Tell City Public 
school. The grooin was in the army 
during the \Vorld War. The bride is 
a niaea of Dr. £. M. Wadding, and 
Mra. W li di BB , of Oovtr^Wt 
o o o 

74th Bfrthdajr A — i ma aiy . 
Celebratioa of Mn. OivM'a 



Several of htr ehildren, grandchild- 
ren and ••few neighbors gathered at 

the country home of Mrs. Kate Car- 
ter last Wednesday in celebration of 
Mrs. Carter's seventy-fourth birthday 
anniversary. A 'sumptous dinner was 
served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. 
E. Frank Carter and children. Kath- 
erine, Ruth, Robert. Stafford. .Marion 
and^Rkhard; Mr and Mrs Floyd 
Carter and son, Floyd. Jr.. Mr Ber- 
nard Carter, Mrs. O. W. Hendrick- 
son and daughter, Misa Mildred Hen- 
drickaon. 

o o o 
Birthday Party For 
Little Misses Caraon. 



FOR SAI.F. -C)M SttlMM. Mml wkh a Mar 
in forehead. It iT SSs Mpb. tgl* Ni  
4Wt and M« eelii are all tooe MtMlers. Re 

It ninr yrnr. oM 'Iporfte V t ut«rhkf. 
owner an.l kr,|.,r, I ixlilmri, Ky Wriir me 
or comr to trr mr attoui Ihf liortr .tl if 



POLITICAL 

ANNOVNCCMBNTS 



f 



FOB HALE—Oasalat Fihering Station, lo 
cand on best strut in Owonabore, 3 gaa 
pMips. 4 oil awsHM. 3,S99^aaltan Mocago 
lankf aiM office. Call at 9m Prcdka St.. 
Owenalmro. or write H. Driakrll. rio»rr. 
port, Ky. lU It 



FOB STATB SKNATO* 

I Wt are aattiorUrd to *nnoiinrr P«I (iarnrr. 
ol BrerVinriilur T ounty. tn i randidair for 
nomi'n«iinn lo ihr ofdrp of Stair Sraator. »uh 
jfii to '\u ^rtion of the Rrpul Hcan Party 
in (hit the Tenth " " " — ' 



FOR SAI-K Frrah. 
Salinfaciion mv 
riovetport, Kj 



cow 
Iroan, 
08 If 



FOR SALE— Hiekory splints, hand made 

rhair weavina 10 teau for $1.00. Prepaid. 
Ilavid Xardin, Haweaviltr, Ky. S3 I 



FOB SAI.F. — Fort) Touring car, (ood a* new 
Will exrhanfe for atock cattle or approved 
paper. C. V. Bobortion, Hardinshnrg. Ky, 

W n 



I OR S.M.R— Thrre hifh (raii Mf Type 

I'olantI China Bnam. ^ometMH MS*, f A. 
Waggoner, Hardinnburg, Ky. 1la#e 9. M If 



FOR SALF^Otd ncwipaper*. .V a bnnch 
Brrrkenridgc Newt offict, riovfrpori, Ky 



FOB S/tLE— W|air Dead* aadllortme*. 



WANTED 



We ar« Mthoriaod t* aanonnee Sr. I  P 

Parks, of Brccklnrldec eonniy, at a eaMM 
ale for nomination to the oilice of Statp 
Senator. «nhirrt lo Ihr a. tinn of ihr Rrpith 
liean party in thit the 10th Senatorial Dia 
trtet. sjsnpaaad ^Ae^aMHiM o  
ilut^ tif^aaa. noasaan ana nart . 

FOR RBPRBIENTATVE 

We are authnriied to announce Iti-ltr (1 
W Newman, of Hancock Ceanty, a« a ran- 
•lidale for Rrprr«rntative in the di tricl com- 
potcd of Biyc hia^ yd ^eech. Cw inUct. 



WANTKI)— A farm hand with •.mall family j rt, 1031. 
to work for wagea. House and- garden stuff 
tamislMd alto lire wood. Address Boa 30, 
HMdIatkad. Ky. « 8i 



BOB CIBCim JOBOB 

We are suthorirrd to announrr Judgr 1 
R. I,ayman a  a catididatf for rr .Urtifin lo 
the office of Circuit Judge of this District, 
nuhjaa ^jo ffca aallMof ihaDtaMtfatie Bi^ 
mary BIsetlaa, AagtMi % I8H. 

FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK 

Wr are authorized lo announrr O I) 
Oowrll a  a candidate (or Circuit Cnurl f'lerk 
of Rrrtkinriflge roiinty. ^uliiect lo the action 
of the Repuhlican Primary. Saturday, .\ugual 



WANTED LIVB POXB8 

WANTF.n— Live (oxr«, both red and grey. 
Take any number. Muftt t^ «ound. O. B. 
Vaughhn, fJarfield, Ky 47 Bt 



Inereate 

Your Sheep Prtfili 

by Bettor Sratfg SliM» 

Farmers 

Better Sire Sales 

Bourbon StMk Ygrds 
Louisville, Kentucky 

200 Purebred Bucks and Ewes 
2,000 High Grade Ewes wil be 
seM tt FariRtrt AT AUCifMN 

August 11th, 1921 

This series of sales is merely to 
improve the breeding of livestock 
in Kentucky and is conducted by 
the Louisville Livestock Bs- 
change without profit. 

It ia ind^raed by: 

The Uaiiad ItaiM Oovmuaaat 

Tha Kantoeky CeOafa «f Afri  

culture 

The Kentucky Puoebred Live- 
stock AaaodalioB 

Write for information to 

The Louisville Livetloek 
Exchange 



Mr.s. John Carson entt-rtaiiu'd on 
Saturday afternoon with a birthday 
party in honor ot her two (laughters. 
Minnie Lee and Helen, who celebrat- 
ed their twelfth and nintli birthday 
anniversaries. 

The guests were:V'er;i Mn^an. Vir- 
ginia. Rosalia and Krnestinc Lewis. 
Bessie Keil. .\nnic .Ma . I'rances 
Martin. .Su'sie Hemphill. Syhelle 
Berry. Kva May. Helen P.erry. Mar- 
garet .May. I.oiiise Ulaek. Kva Mar- 
garet Black. Kstlier hnrrow. .Mildreil 
Nail, Frances l.ee Newtfni. Kltanor 
Martin, l^va I'ate. Katlierliie I 'helps, 
l-'rances .Stpiires. .Marie t'ook, .Mar- 
garet Pauley. l-".lnier l.ee .Wwton, 
Margaret New sum. C'h.irlio Lee and 
.\nnie Louise Hammaii. V'irRinia 
Downs. Dorulliy .May, .\niia Hell 
(irefjorv. MaKdeliiu- Harper. .Artelia 
Howne. Betsy Bowne. i'auline .Miller. 
Marie (irenorv. (ieorge K. Crist, and 
Susie .Ahl, of" Holt. Mrs. A. C Du- 
gaii, .Mrs L. V. Chapin, Mrs. Henry 
T.ewis. Mrs. Wm. Hoflioar and Miss 
Lena .Ma\. 

o o o • 

Misa Weatherholt and 

Mr. F. O. Hontar Marry Today. 



The marriage of Miss Cleoiia 
WVatherholt. daughter ol .\lr. and 
Mrs (;et)rge Weatherholt. and .Mr. 
I'atrick Owen Hunter, ol Red Bluff, 
Calif., will he solemnized in Louis- 
ville. Wednesday afternoon, June 
at 4 o'clock in the paraonage of the 
I'ourtl) .Avenue Baptiat church, the 
Rev. Dr. John F. Pr}Mer, officating. 

The bride will wear her traveling 
suit of blue tricollete witli- a blue 
taffeta hat and a corsage of Madame 
Ward roses. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hunter will leave for 
tkair home in Red Bluff, Calif., on 
Monday. Before leaving Kentucky, 
they wiU apcnd Tkuraday and Friday 
with Mr. Hunter's mother, Mrs. 
Lucy Hunter, of Glen Dean, and the 
weelc-end here with Mrs. Hunter'a 
paranta. Mr. and Mrs. Wcatharholt. 



with Mrs. Phelps' mother. .Mrs J W 
Crenshaw, of Versailles. .Miss I'helps 
has as her guest Miss Klizaheth Mas- 
tin, who caiuc home with her Friday 
evening. 



o — o — o 



Miss Martha Willia arrived home 
Friday evening from Louisville, 
where she recently underwent an op- 
eration at St'. Joheph's Infirmary. 



M, HAMMAN — SON 



I kr M, ■aounan. 1860 

■acnacnt Since isec 



FURNITURE DEALERS, FUNERAL 
DIRECTORS AND EliBALIiERS 



Owensboro and Louisville agency for cut flow- 
ers; Singer Sewlnf JVIachliiM {m»y Una; spe- 
cial contract to farmers) Needles and Repafrs 
for all machines. Eastman Kodaks and Films, 
Premo Cameras; Hoosier and Sellers Kitchen 
Cabinets; O'Cedar and Liquid Veneer nopt and 
PMtohea; PalaM, MarliM, Waxlt and Monarch 
Furniture and Auto Polish; United States and 
Kokomo Auto Tires; Reach and Spalding Base 
Balls and Sporting Goods; Linoleum; Pillows; 
Window and Plate QIass. 

AU ao oi a Marked la PlalaSflfarcs 

C Wo Hamman 



Miss Willis spent several days in the 
homes of Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Ran- 
dall and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Web- 
er, after leaving the infirmary. 

Mis.   Mabel McCracken. of Louis 
ville. was the guest of Miss Mary Joe 
Mattingly. Wednesjlay and Tlinrsday 

Mr. and .M r" "l." .M laylor, of 
Louisville, were tlie week-end gOOatS 
of Mrs. Sallic Moorman. 

Mr. and Mrs. Enos Tuley have re- 
turned to their home in Evans ville. 
after a visit' with Mra. Tulcy'.s par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Brickay, of 

Mattingly. 

Dr. I!. H. Parn-h. .\lr  I'arrish and 
children. Clyde. Daniel ami .Mary 
F'lizaheth Parrish. were in rfdjinsport 
the week-end guests of .Mrs. Parrish's 
juother. .Mrs. .Mary Suddarth and 
brother. Dr. C. S. Suddarth, of Chica- 
go. 

O— O — G 

Mr and Mrs Cicorge Fucpia .ind 
daughters. .Misses Cecilia. Josephine 
.iiid lla\i,i .md -.nii. (iforKe. Jr. nf 
Birmingliani. .Ma. visiteil Mrs l-'u- 
tpia's aunt. .Mrs Khm ()'Kein\. ami 
other r«lative.s last Wednesday and 
1'hursday. 

Miss Mabel O'Connell and cotuin, 
Mi.ss Jessie Haycrafu returned to 
their home in McQuady. after spend- 
ing a few days with Miss O'Connel's 
aunts, Mrs. J. T. O'Connell and Mrs. 
Kosc O'Reilly. 

O' -O (J 

The following nu)torists composed 
a party to Tell City last Sunday 
where they were guests of Mrs. Jor- 
dan: Mrs. T. J. Harrington. .Misses 
Clara, Lucile. Rhnma B.. and Kliza- 
heth Harrington: .Mr. and Mrs. (). 
\V. Hendrickson and daughter. Mil- 
dred; Miss Ollie Waggoner, Messrs. 
Shelby Harrington, and Virgil Frank. 

Miss l".loi^e N'olle will le;i\e !-"ri(lay 
lor Chicago, where she u ill enter the 
Dep.irtnu'nt ol .Music nt the I'nivrr- 

sity of Chicago for a si.\ weeks sum- 
mer course in piano forte music. 

Mr. I'orrest Dryden Weatherholt. 
who was graduated last week from 
the University of Kentucky, Lexing- 
ton, is at home to spend the summer 
with his parcnta. Mr, and Mrs. Mar- 
ion Weatherholt. 

o — o- -o 

Mrs K C. .\all and children. Nfis.^ 
Mildred .Vail and Edward N'all. Jr., 
have gone to F'ulton, Ky.. lor a visit 
with -Mrs N'all's mother. Mrs Wright 

o — o — o 

Miss Leonora Mc(iavock left l'"ri- 
day for Lexington, wliere she will 
take a six weeks course in the teach- 
er's summer school of the- Uiiivar- 
sity of Kentucky. 

Miss Lucinda Younger, of Louis- 
ville, i.4 visiting in the homc of Mr. 
and Mrs. .\ B. Skillman. 

o — o— o 

Mr. and Mrs. C A. Compton spent 
Sunday with Mra. Compton's brother, 
Mr. Ell Chapin. and Mrs. Chapin. 

o - o— o 

Mr and Mrs. Cieo R .Vlay, Mis.s 
F^va May and Miss Kate May, of 
Cannelton. .Mr and Mrs I'rank I' 
May, of Stuebenville. O., motored 
here .Sunday and were guesta of Mias- 
es F.va and Flliza May. 

o — o — o 

Mr . Sam Ramsey is in East St. 
Louis visiting her sistar, Mra. Leo 

Pahnier. and Mr Palmier. 

o- o — o 

Mr. Walter Weisenberg left Thurs- 
day for Ratton. N'ew Mexico, where 
he will be indefinitely He is at the 
home of Mr. Raymond Pate, formerly 
of Clovcrport. and Mrs. Pate. 

Mrs. Goorfls Merritt, of HoH, was 
in Cloverport, Saturday. 

Mrs. N. H Quiggins and two child- 
ren, Agnes and Dorothy, spent Mon- 
day in .\ddison with Mr. and Mrs. 
John Rkodaa. _ 

Mr. Jaa. Prank e)* Addisos «ras in 
town Saturday. 



I FOR COUNTY JUDGE 

I Wr Arr authoricrd tn Annotincr IV M. 
Hanham •« ■ canaUdale for Jiulae of Breck- 
inridge Oaaaty. sUb|ast t« tha actlaa of the 
Rrpablican Fmaary, Satarday. Aosmt 9, 
1021. 

Wr *re aulhoritrd to announrr Jnme M 
Howard a.  a candidatr for JudRr of Brrckirv- 
ridgr County «iif)jrct to the anion of llir 
nrtnoi ratic primary. .'Saturday .\ug fl. 1! 2t. 

FOR COUNTY CUItK 
Wr arr authoriied to announce Arlliur T. 
Beard at a candidate (or County Conrt Clerk 
of BrccMnridae County, rabjcct to th« action 
of the RaMMeaa Pilaiary elcettoa, lalaiday 
Aug. t, IM. 

VCR mrairv 

Wr arr authoriied to announce W. C. Pate, 
a« rancli Utr for Sheriff ol Brtcktaridat 

County. «ul jrcl t.i tli. .1. -icpii "i the Riytill. 
lican Priinary. Satunl.iy. .\ut; •!. 1! 21. 

We .irr aulhoriznl lo .imiouncf T.i i- .Mcxaii- 
drr, of Harned, aa a candidate for SherifT 
of BrcckinrMge CoMMy ■ ali i a a t 10 the astion 
of the Demoeratk party. PriflMnr Khetion 
Augutt 6. 

PGR HAGISTKATB 6TH MA0I8TBRIAL 

DISTRICT 
Wr .irr .'11111101 iz( «l I" ;iniinuiu' - H. I) Ki.sli- 
rr, of Kockvale, at a candidate for Magis- 
trsle in the tlh Maglsleri a l Diitrkt. sahiaet 
to the action ol tis D t aia c fatte Prlawry, 



Mr. Jesse Owen, of Louisville, is 
here to soend a fortnight with hia 
niothtr, Mrs. J. T Owen. 

0 — o — o 

Deeds, Contracts. .Mortgages, legal- 
ly drawn. V. G. Uabbage .\ttorney 
and Notary Public. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Pierce and 
daughters, Jeanette, .\nna Duncan 



BEARD BROS. 

Hardinsburg. Ky. 
Platers ia 

UVB STOCK AND 
TOBACCO 



Cool Wash Goods 

At a Refreshing Price 

* * ■ 

TIm wtrm wtatlitr Iih probably nradt ydu rctlitt 
how many, nmay thin* Mramtry tMagi iti going to 

take to keep yoti tiainty and channillg tMl 
Htr« art tomt of tht matcrMk: 



Organdie, a heautiful lot iS bO tha t 0 '#att ai ia d C S 

.Ui-in. wide. |«r yard ,, 

Voile, a nice quality in fanc^ and plaui colors. 
M*in. wMai ptr y*** i 



VoUcs, a new Hn« of polka dots. thatN all the rage 
M«in. wide, par yard-^ 

Dotted Swiss hi ptabi white, good qMlKy. 

^«-in. wide, per yard 



Klaxon, plain and checks and stripes. 
wMa, par yardLi _aiBMMi ai» a aM.» 



Ciiiighains. a good line of larga and small plaMs Ofig* 

anil stripes. I'cr yard . _ 

Skirting, white in novelty Strip designs. 
8#'in. wida, pgr j""* 



95c 
50c 

50e 

50c 
76c 

25c 

ilM SL25 



and 



J. C. NOLTE & BRO. 



BRIEF LOCAL ITEMS 



A box of ever-bearintf strawberries 
wa.  presented to the Kdifor of The 
BreckenridRc News 011 Monday by 
Mrs. C. A. Compton. They were 
grown in her garden. The berries are 
as large and aa lucious as those 
grown the first of the strawberry 



.\agnst Sb 



and Roberta Pierce, of Cleveland. O., 
arc guests of Mr. Pierce's parents, 
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Pierce at Rose 

Hill. 

o — o — o 

Mrs I'rauk I. Moorman. Kt. 
Worth. Texas, who -ailed frcun New 
\ur\i. City. June Hi. ha- arrived at 
LaHarve, France, where she will visit 
her parents. M. and Madame Genaille. 

O- o o 

The \\ iJiiian's Mis iiinar  .'^oei^ t\ 
ol the l.niile .\I enii i vi;i ! I'l eshytcrian 
elinreli uill inri t .it tin-   liurch Fri- 
 la\- evening ol this week. 

O. — 0-- n 

Mr. and Mrs. Kemp. Mrs. East- 
man. .Miss Corrine Kemp and Miss 
l.ucile Eastman motored here Tues- 
day from Cannelton. 



' RBSOLUTIONt 



Miss Mary X'irginia Uwyer was 
gradtiated from the Saered Heart 
.^cademny, Louisville, l.ist week, re- 
ceiving an acadfinie diploma Miss 
Dwycr is rcnietuhcred in Cloverport, 
h.ivinK spent last silflMltcr hcrc with 
Mrs. Kate Carter. 

Til assigning two Kn);ine crews to 
, the Mrancli Passcnuer runs. Engineer 
I Morrison and Fireman .\Iurpliy drew 
' Nos. 110 and 111. while EtiKineer 
, Kramer and Fireman Mitchell held 
.the trump eard on 113 and 113. — Irv- 
I iiigtnn Herald. 

! \ public sale was held in the liverv 
stable at the West end of the bridge 
I Saturday afternoon to dispose of odds 
! and ends of tools, farming implc- 
nieiits. hanu'ss etc., belonging to the 
late Dr. F. L. Lightfoot. Mr. J. N. 
Conkwright cried the sale. 

j Mr. William J. .Stone. »• years old 
(or twenty years yardtnaster of the 

I Louisville. Henderson and St. Louis 
railroad, died Wednesday. He was 
the third of the Company's oldest 

I employes who have succumbed in a 

I week's time. 



ORDERS SALE OF LEASES ON 

nioFumr or wm. m. wbpb 

At the June term of i luii i in Haw - 
csvtlle last week, Judge R. W. Slack 
took action in the ca.se of the 
suit over the estate of the late Mrs. 
Eliza Webb, of Hawesville Judge 
.Slack drew up an order direclii g the 
sale of the nintey-nine  (:ir K-ase on 
some $;3.).nt)(i worth of laud belonging 
to Mrs Webb in HaiuoeK ounty. 
Mrs. WVhh intended that the pro- 
, reeds of the land should go to the 
Methodist church in that county for 
the next ninety-nine years, but when 
the will was construed in the rnurt 
of aN it w.Ts found thai it pruvid- 

td tliat the land should to tlie 

chureh after that time. Therefore the 
lease un the land is to he sold until 
the expiration of that pcrkMl. 



AT A LBCTURS 



"I'm .ul.id 1 \\or  iii  ('.iiitrin rrape, 
I I see that .Mrs. Jones one; 
lust ulanee at .Maud's bla  k satin e 



ape 

li'iie. 



I'rom \\. .\1 r . NU(Ju,i l , K.\ 

Whereas, on .\pnl Js, I'l.'i. (in, I in 
his iilhniti- w isdom i ailed home mil 
heloveil sifter. Mr- Dona- I'r.inU. 
who was -o faithliil in all eliri.-tian 
a ti\itie- and one ulumi w r all ln\ei| 
riiereti M l- he it re-. d veil : 

I'ir-t. that we as members of Cor- 
inth \\ . .\1 r . Ikim- lost a laithtiil 
niemher. the Imshaiid and ehildren. 
a lovini; wile .in I ilevoted in.ither 
Hut wo Ihiw ill siihinissioii to the will 
of God, that in all things His will 
not ours he done 

Second, that we i\teiid to the -m 
rowing family .iml n ieiiils our heart- 
felt syiiipatli.\ ill ilii- tluir loss, which 
is Heaven's eternal .yain. .\iid coni- 
inend them to our Heavenly pather, 
who alone has the power to comfort 
and heal their broken hearts 

Third, that a copy of these resolu- 
tions be sent The Breckenrj^dgc News 
and Western Recorder for publica- 
tion, a copy be furnished the be- 
reaved famdy and also be recorded in 
the minutes of the society. 

Mrs. Wm. Brickcy 
. Miss Mildred Lyons 

Miss Pearl Lyons, Com. 



I 



SUBSCRIBB FOR THB NBWS 



Glen Dean. Kv   M Hinvard & Son. Prop 

HOWARD FARMS 

BULLS— Oran^aon of WhHa* 

hall Sultan. 
HEIFERS — Crandadughtaia 

of WhitchaU Sultan. 
COWa- Ia caU t* a taa al 

Rodaay. Alao Dairy Cattle. 

DOKOC HOOt OP ALL XINOI 
1st Claaa itack. gatlslacH— Oa s fs a t esJ 

WiU taka ia ncbanae any kind ol 
eeaumw stock. It Wilt pay you to 
aee aiy bcfd. 

Now ia tioM to Wy Pare Si«4 Stock 



Big Type Poland Chinas 

Several Poland China Gilts bred to farrow in June and 
July, one good boar weighing about 150 [ ounds in thin 
fleah and at nice a lot of February pigs as we aver miaed. 
Also nina October gilta weighing about 150 to 110 pounda 

and as pretty as pictures and all priced vary TaMKMUll^- 

and pedigrees recorded free. 

W. J. OWEN & SONS. R. 1. HARDINSBURG, KY. 



REV. BNOLItH HAS NAR- 
■OW BICAPB FBOM MATH 



.\iiimons. Ky.. Jiiiu- -.'1 i Special)— 
Till- Kt-v il .S. l-'.ii«li h. oi this place 
liad a iiai riiw im apr irom ih'atii tliis 
wffU. riu- Kfv .\l r I'^iinlish. in al- 
tciiiptiiiK 111 i kaii a KaMiliiic tank tor 
haiilinx u.iti-r. ilropind a li {htiil 
iiiatth into it wIkmi tlic tank I'.xplmkil. 
hlowiiiK a laixc holt- in the ground. 
Kortiiiialely .Mr Kngliall escaped 
without -.trioiis iiijurN 

BRKCKINRIDGE CO. MIN- 

SUES FOR SLANDBR 



Elisabethtuwn, Ky., JuneU.— M 
N Cralle. a Virtrec* merchant wa- 
sued for $lU.uOO damages for alU gci 
slander l)y the Kev. Noah Bennett, 
of Hreckinridge LOiinty. The suit wa-- 
hied here. Bennett alleged that 
Cralle calM him a "lowdewa. lying 
thief." 



Dr. O. E. HART 

VETERINARY 
SURGEON 

WUlbaiB 
■ARMNiBURfie KY.. 

on tho 

4iii «Miv M urn fmw 




The queation ol your having money is up to you alone. 
You must put oMMMy in tha bMik ii you're going to hiva 

any. 

With a bank account, you have the respect ot the people 
you know, tha roqiact of youraalf . and tha eonftdMca of 
thaaa for whom you woriu 

By putting money in the bank every payday you will 
have enough some.dty to aatabliah a buainai of your 
own. 

FARMERS BANK & TRUST Ca 

MAMMiaauaa, kv. 



■fcgCKlMUlPttl NlWt. CLOVUfOIIT, IftltTVCKY 



fKElGHT RATES ON 
COlAL IUCKIASED 



iUl. Western Kentucky Coal 
Increased 15c a Ton. 



Lovirrllk, Ky., June ».— Th* In- 
tmMtt Commerce cominMMM4igr 
ffefvM^ to MM^fi4 file of^Sf iasfss^ 
tag frciglit nilM for coal frasi K«- 
tacky minct to Leahivillc tnd Cia- 
eianati aaaoanccd by the Lo«ii- 
yWk sai Nasbvilk, laathern and 
atfwr ro ajh, t N la c r » BSSi to become 
effflcttvc tofMorroWi Jane ttt At the 
•Mat tIaM Lexington. Ky.. which has 
fecta am cliarkcd. tccaret « rednr- 
nmi HI twiev* 

Tke raiet Wkkh brromr rffertivr 
toaiOTf o a incfeae* price of all West- 
cra Kcatncky grades by fifteen centii 
a ton. Eastern Kentucky coals havr 
not been movinn on a flat rate for all 
grades, bnt on a graduated scale, rc- 
aolting in Eastern Kentucky screen- 
ings taking an increase of : :  i-:  cents 
• ton; mine run 31 cent* and prepared 
•i«e», such as lump, egg and block 
S 1-- cents a ton increase. It was re- 
cently estimated by local coal inter- 
ests and consumers that the increased 
freight rates would run between Sa.'iO.- 
000 and $:Hlfl.O(iO i n Louisville alone 
the consumer paying the bill, while 
New Albany and JelTersonvillr, Ind ; 
Ncwp irt. ^"ovinBton. and other towns 
will alsu h:ive t.i pay tlie increase 

In vie« tile tact that the tteneral 
tendtnci in f ■! rates is down 



ward, instead of upward, many coal 
men and consumers had figured that 
the Interstate Commerce commission 
would refuse to grant the increase. 
Althotigh the inrrease to Louisville 
is an inlr.-i -t.Tti' matter rather than an 
ii.t rst.Ttr iiiMttrt, tin Kentucky ."state 
R.iilro; (l 1  imnii i«ii)n refused to han- 
'lle It liMMiig ?i to the Interstate 
( Dtnmerce coumitssion to settle. 



OLDBST M. B. CHUKCH ? g;;,,^,^:';',^'',?^ 

IS IN ^HIIJUMBsMlA ThrKranklln "square site was fav 
I ored by Mayor Moor!, tbt PMhdel 



■BTHODItT OPPOIE CAR- 

raNTIKR-DBMPtKY PIOHT 



May Be Moved From Its Prescnt Site 
Maka Way Far a 



phia Chamber of 
other organizations 



and 



APPRECIATE 



Mrs. Wendelkin Renews 

Mr 1 I) Hahbagc Dear .Sir: l"ind 
enrliised "i(»t for The Hreekenridiie 
N   « s 
I ectliil 
Drake 



flit tlirre months Ver 
ly Mrs H W 
Si . loni sboro 



Very 
\\en Mkta. 

\rk 



rts 
S;i:i 



Brie 

Ino 
Dea 



Mr 

Lv 

(lKiii).e the 
riilk'i New - 
M'l.oli \.k 



f. Poultry Firm 

1) llalibaK'   !"  -TIM I t. 

Mr |;;.l)l aK  I'lea-e 
n.l''ti-  ill mv Itr.vken- 
t roni \I n slield. A i k I i 
Willi iileasani recollee- 



Philadclphia, Jtmc 13.— An impas- 
sioned appeal not to deface historic 
Si George's Methodist Episcopal 
Canrch, the oldest chnrch of that de- 
nominatiort in America, by moving it 
from its present site to make way for 
the proposed S-'n.ikm).(MM) bridge be- 
tween this city and Camden, N. J., 
was voiced today by Bishop Thomas 
H Neeley at the first ptMfe hearing 
»t the R ridge Commission. 

Should the' engineers carry out a 
plan to have th ' Philadelphia trminns 
^t f-'ranklin Si|iiari'. St (ieorge's 
chiireh woiilil he included in property 
that woiil'l have to be eondenineii 
Hisliop N'eeh  scoffed at a suggeslifni 
that the church wmilil be moved safe- 
ly to another and more popular pan 
of the iit\ 

1'hr graves ut .some of i'hiladel 
hi 



MBRCHANTS AND MANU- 
fACTURBRS BLOO. AT 
ffRTB PAIR COlt 



A building costing $.100,000 and 
having .tR.oOO square feet of display 
space known as the Merchants' and 
Manufacturers' Building is being 

erecteil on the Kentucky State l-'air 
Rroiinds at Louisville, The structure 
vill b  completed by Sept. I, ready 
for the fair The (oming fair has the 
prospects of heiuK tlie Kreatest ever. 

Mis^ .\ddie Ct Ditto, of , Louisville, 
will a^jam ha\r charge of the Wo- 
man'-. I )i pari meiil at the fair 

1 1 ]\A-^ Im (11 •■iigKestcil that Louis- 
ville inmKiirale an IiivitalKin Week, 
the object being to get 10.000 Louis- 
ville cituens to invite visitors there 



Washington. June 10 — Declaring 
that It was astonishing that "any 
state in Ihe American union would 
tolerate an exhibition not only bloody 
and brutal in itself, but intended to 
appeal to all that is abysmal in the 
average man," the Board of Temper- 
ance and Public Morals of the Meth- 
odist Kpiscopal church, issued a 
statement, today condemning the 
Dempsey-Carpentier fight to be held 
at Jersey City July i. All "right think- 
ing Americans," the statement said, 
"ought to see to it that this is the 
last prize fight fnii^rht on American 
soil." 

Bo.xing was characterized as ' ^ 
perfectly harmless, character-build- 
ing sport," but the Dempsey-Carpen- 
tier bout the statement said, "will not 
be boxing or anything like boxing 



Nnd hMlMling goo4s have dropped 
2.^ to So per cent, from the peak ol 
war prices, according to compilationa 
made by the National Association of 
Retail Clothiers. The association fijh- ' 
ures were obtained from 700 retail- 
ers 

Only 6 per cent oi the mcrchan' 
showed depfS^Mriaaa htw as 

per cent. 

A majority of clothiers reported 
depreciations of 30 to 40 per cent, on 
furnishing goods and similar reduc- 
tions were reported for shoes. 

Merchants of Eastern States re- 
ported t'leir overhead expenses aver- 
aged 2i 7 per cept for the first four 

3 per 
920. 



REPORT DECLINES IN RBTAIL 
FOR MEN'S CLOniBS. 



\S Ufa (V t I list IIIBl 

months of 1921, as against 23 3 
cent Isr. the MM fttioi in ^9i 



When Mra. D. S. Thompson, ol 

Waynesboro. Penn . rut open a pump- 
kin the other day she found that the 
see ls inside had sprouted an l a vine 
tilled the interior The pulp was in 
perfect condition and llie shell had 
not been broken. The plant was trans- 
ilanted and is nowj^niwui^^jm^htil^. 




myOUH SHIPS ON THE SEVUI MAS 

Importers, exporters, 
travelers — ship and 
sail under^ths Stars 

and Stripes 

NEW trnmiphv in uteel, »te«m 
arid e!riirui'\ b.i^f i.jrned 
the Stars ainj Stiipo b.i. k du'.nn 
to ihe sev en se.i-. On niorr ili.ui 
fifty trade »nd p.i»eii|;ef rcnites 
Aniencaii owned and oper.itcd 
ihips, flying the Flag, sre ready 
to carry your goods, or to carry 
you, to every foreign land. 

They are jplciidid ships, the 
pride of American genius, dc- 
ngned and ciiuipped ti  ([iv e the 
hnevt p.i^   i t;i r lonilort, nciv ue 
and valciv, and to handle yuur 
{;o . d^ iit the most «con«anical 
way. 

Operators of Pasaasicar 

Services 

Admiral Line, IT MaM SMti, Nt« 

Votk. ^. 
MatMM Navliation Company, 7t 

Su Cay Strcri. Haliimuci . MJ 
Munfton Steam Ship Line, hi Heaver 

Slrrf 1 , r^ru ^ , ' . , ^. V 
New York and Porto Rico S. S. Co. 

1 1 Brima* av . New York, N. Y. 
PaciAc Mail S. S Co., 4f Bniadvray, 

New Y ork, N. Y. 
V. S. Mall S. 8. Co., 4f Urjwlwsy. 

New York. N Y. 
Ward Line, (\e« Y brk aild(4ib«M*il 

S S ( n ) I  Hit of Walt fteMI. 

.New Y ork, N. \. 

Free use of 
Shipping Board filmi 

I '«e of Shtpp r K K' rirJ intitiDii piiture 
llimv. lour tr- l!' r on Tc^urM "f any 
liuvor, pa^l.'i. p,rl :lla^^cr, or oigrtni- 
ZMtiun. A K'rui t.Jucatiunal puture 
ol vhip« aiiJ ilir ^ra Write for inform- 
aiiuivioll l.aue. I r«cl« iniiicinaiKin 
B.ireau, Ko Hn Oil. 1119 "F" kUSSC 
N. W., Waaliiiigluii, D. C 

sHirs poa sAti 

{T* AmeriinH filtnm% vmly) 
Steel iieeaitrt. iiulk oil tni seal 
karaeri. Alia mmi ateauiere, waad 
kalla aa4 aecU'laiaS Farlbar 
iaiaraaliaa ablaiaei by raquML 

For sailings of passenter 
and freight ship* to mil 
parts of the world mnd »ll 

vtlwr itif ntDiulion. write 
any of tht ahuve lintw or 

U S SHIPPING BOARD 

WASHINCTON,D.C 




lions oi ni\ eliildliood days in ( lovtr- 
I ort. and with kindest rej^ards to 
yourself and laniilv, i remain. \'vry 
triilv vonrs, Mra. E. C. Brk«, Abbott, 

.\rk 

Couty's Move to Evansville. 

Mr J 1). llabbaKe. (.'loverport, Ky. 
Dear Sir; Please ehanpe the address 
of iiiv paper from I'lora. Ill , to 
Kv.iiisv ille. liid . .No. 1 t utter .-Xve. 
K I' 1) No ^ Please change at once 
as we do not want to miss a .single 
copv. Yours very truly, Mrs. J. £. 

C'Uity. 

A Year's Subscription 

Mr. Ino. I). Mabbage: Enclosed is 
the price oi a year's sub.scription for 
The Ureckenridge_ Newt. S. K. Vet* 

sels. Louisville. Ky. 

Uses Clubbing Rate 
Mr Jno. D. Babbage. Clovcrport. 
Kv Dear Sir: Please find enclosed a 
check for $0.00 for which I wish to 
subscribe for The Breckenridge News 
and the daily Courier^Joomaffor on* 
year. Yours truly. P. D. Hawkint. 
Stephentport. Ky. 

Mi8a«#«moa Htncwa 

Mr. Jno D. Babbage. Cloverport 
Ky Dear Sir: Enclosed you will find 
money order for $3.fM) for which 
please tend me The Breckenridge 
News for one year. My address it 
14I» Triplett St., Owcniboro. Mar' 
garet Sutton. 

A New Sttbtcribtr 

Mr. John D. Babbage. Cloverport. 
Ky. Dear Sir: Find enclosed $1.IK) 
for which please seiul me The Breck- 
enridge News for si.x months Yours 
truly. Allen Dowell, Mommouth. 
Rente T, III. 

Miss Board Renews. 

Mr. P.abhaKe: .\m eiTclosing $1.0 l 
for six month.- subscription to Tliif 
Hreckcnridge News. Vours truly. 
Miss Sue M. Board. Big Sprink. -Ky. 

Corp. Lewis Subscribes 

Mr liabbi'K'' : h.r.closed line %U)0 
for oiu voir's subscription tc Th^- 
I.; eckeiiridKe News starting T.ircd- 
iately. Corp. J. Harold Lewis. Inf. 
Combat Train Hist. I*. Camp Knox 
Kv. 



Appreciated the CompUmant 

Kclitor of The Rreckenridge News. 
Cloverport. Ky. Dear ."sir: l'p  " - 
return luuiie alter several days ali 
Sent:f I find a 'ivirked cony of vonr 
paper containiiiyf the little arti de I 
ur. tv' to the .New N' i:k Herald wiih 
reic'iice to the .Mav-vdle "iUe 

! certainly appreciate the lac! tl: U 
yo'! thoiiv.'lit it worth rc-publicatioii. 
Wry trnl.v your.s, Robert A. Crtcii- 

r.;n. M ;i v  v ille. I\ . 

REQUIRES $40,000 MONTH 
FOR MRS DODGE AND 
TWO CHILDHEN TO LIVE 

Ditroit. .Mich. JiiiU' s — Mrs. .\iiiia 
Tlioiiipsoii DodKe. widow ol Horace 
V. Dodne. aiiloincdiile manufacturer, 
will receive J.'ilio.tiOil for living ex- 
penses lor one vear iiiuler an order 
issued by .liiilne Diirfee in probate 
(oini lure .Mrs l)oi!^;e petitioning 
for tlu- aiiioiiiil III the absence of a 
setlleiiuiit of the i tate stated S4tl.il(M» 
a iiioiilli was recpiired for iiiainten- 
.iiur oi lur-ill ami her two children. 
She had asked tor half a million 
doll 11. f. .r the remainder of the cur- 
rent year. 



American iron Woriis 

r. H. PrwMsat 
Boilormakors mm* Sbootlroii WaHMra 
QENEHAL RCPAIRS 

Main 411 Phonos City Mi t 



EAGLE'lMKAlXr 




Peiicillkl74 



Wm lak at your DaaUr Mad* in fiv* grMUs 

ASK rOK THE YELLOW PEI^OL WITH THE RED BAND 
EAGLE MIKADO 

lAGLB PINCIL COMPANY. NEW YORK 



■STORY OF NUMUK 48 



Forty ysan tft an old doetur was 
nnttiag up a Mdleins for disease* uf 
iha M aod, that vurad tba worst oaaoa 
of blood troubles, and tiaie proved 
tkat the eiireH were pernianent. 
After many yi-aia I secured the pre- 
seriptioD iIm'iii){ h ilriiKxiot I . and 
took faeh lujtreilieiit separately and 
referred tu my S. DiitpeDHBtury 

and other authoritative IxMiks on 
BSedieiiie and foiiiiil tlie uii'diial prop- 
ertieit wet down as folluwo: ° tum- 
ployrd ill dmeitBee of the ){l*ndular 
aysteat, in tdood trouble*, eczema, 
eoMtipatioo. ntooiaeb and liver 

' ' t, okrMM* rl 



I liM •! WB^mmort 



tarrh, la aaiaa, nlatti^ pimplat. ikia 
eruptloBs, Btercurial aad lead poiaoa' 
ing. Under ita use bodily erupiioaa 
and HerofulouH swellings that have 
withstood all other treatment disap- 
pear as if hy niai;ie." To eommem- 
orate uiy fortieth ycitr as a druKK'st 
I iianwd tins medicine "Niiuiber 40 
Kor The BIikmI." .1. (' Mendenliall, 
I'vaii^ville, Ind. The lie»t druK^iiit in 
jvoiir iiei);bborb(M d '^■'lU Number 40, 
I but if it happeoH that he doe* not, 
iiend direct to .J. ('. Meadenhall Medi- 
I einc Company, Evansville, ladiaaa, 
and reewiva it delivered t« vou at $US 
par boMs^ ta boMN |0| VIM, 

DKUOtfOIB 



^WHERE TO DEAL 
lOUISVILLE.^ 



Our $100 



hmn unutual value. Write for pHeet of other 

unusua/ Diamor.ii laliifk. 

LEMON & SON 

IneoffK.raUd 
512 Fourth Ave. Siac* IS28 Qaality 



Bodtr'g Qmni 



Sp9etaclt9 




413 South IM 

•TORAOB my 0!AV 



Eye GkiMt 



SOUTHERN OPTICAL CO., bcorporatcd 



eSTABLt9HEO 168 3 

U DOLFINGER A CO. 

INCOItPOWATKD 

«42 rOURTN AVKNUK 

CH IN A-CLASSWARE 

House Furnishing Goods 

a I FT GOODS A SPEC! At. FEATURE 




'ommercxal School 



a M«vuwi« raconroiMm wrmiinM ar m i n i 
TRAINS YOUNG PEOPLE FOR GOOD 
EMPLOYMENT AND SUCCESS 



MliykM R^fan ^MMM Ca ' ^""^ Health and Happintit" 

Rudolph & Bauer 
CANDY MAKERS 



Dislrihutora of 

WilUrd BattariM 

411 1. MIOADWAY 



Roe- OXon ii or-Gi rifi 

:tic u4 S|ortiii| 



aaO W. Morkol 



IVo ^B^tavscM 



Writ* for Catalog 




THE 

E BEVERLY 

CO. 

~ Taii-~Awiuiigs 

in w. Mill 



**BABY CHICKS 



MAIL 

ORDERS CIVEN Parcel Poat. 

MEDIATE ATTEMTION ^ ^T**^ ,^ ,, ^ "j ^ rU 

W. D. GATCHEL & SONS haller'S pet shop 

Fitth and Walnut Louisvills 2IO W. Markat St. LouiavilU, Ky. 



Kentucky Wall Piaster Co. 

Cty 2267 M.iin 2267 

Hfdiated Lime Wood Fiber Plaster & Cement 



C M. Witenuui & Son 
saow.iiitfk^si. 
JBWELERS 

Eiiijlhlaitoa^lliw. W^kaMlCWck 





Hay and Gram 
Feeds of AU Kinds 

Atnos Yaeger 

' 22* Waak Main St. 



Hy-Klas PAINT 



Otcar Farmer & Son* 

Hay— Grain 

City Elevator and Warehbuaa 

OL'ALITY 

POULTRY, ANIMAL, DAIRY FEEDS 
US N. ISth and m N. 4Ui St. 



MAKGAKET MeCORMICK 

GOWNS 
We Make a Specialty of TraiuMaat 

.\\ ij lia\p uondcrful vkliien In Silli llosier.v. 
W hen ill l, nii villH eoiiie in and be eonviin i- l. 
tttm* mU fnma\ attxiiM |i*M to Hail (frian. 

4U Abe C Uii BIdf . S2€ 4tk St 



HOME MADE 

Southern Package Specialty Co. 



ICS So. 2nd St. 



Louisville, Ky. 



1 OO Wm* Markat St. 
A(*aU For 
KAYO U 

PAPER 



W« carry a full Una 
Writ* or Wlr« for Prioaa 



Merchants 8c Manuftcturers 

22t w. Main s^'"' Latiiaviiu. Ky. Southeattem Paper Co. 

Buj iruni our Afonl Id jour l««u 




AlimiALLECS 

Tkmt An CMUMtahto. Uab  m4 



TMEEHyETT ILEVENS CI. 

||acorpor«i«d t 
IX»ViaVIUJi NATHtNAI, BAMB 

i3ii« 



W. JL STE^^ ART CO. 

 llltX BPOKATeUI 
Foimoriy D«ariac'* 

425 S. Fourth Avanua, N.it i. KiafBu Slf.M 



ACCIDENT 

MARYLAND CASUALTY CO 



2M Waal Main St 
TNC ORMINAL 

PARCEL POST 

LAUNDRY 



Natioul Life lafuraace Co. 

atOiNflFaUBR. VT. 
Ml Lfassh BUf. LMisTiUa. Ky. 



The South'8 Largest 
Cleaners and Dyers 

Astirrtran 9gr VotkB 

311 B. Waintit at. 



A Used Buick is a Better Buy 
Than Any Cheap New Car 

Lqrman Motor Co., inc 

501 E. Broadway 
Louisville, Ky. 



SHALE BUILDING BRICK 
HOLLOW BUILDING TILE 

Coral Ridge Clay Products Co. 

. i ltn'4irfH»rat»"i 
' INTCit SOUTNCRN BUILOIMG 



Monuments, Markers 
and Memorials 

SOUTH THiaO STiklBT 




550 rOUHTH AVCNUC- LOUItVlUC 

Send for Our Free Spring 
Fhwer Catalog 



Auto Tops Recovered 

NVi' purti'-ulKr interMt In our out of lowii 
i i,Mimiri  kiKl are equipiMd to five one dity 
fr\ i « on rc -orerlnc toM- «n liroiidit in 
tliH moraine can li« HniHlird the iwnie d«.r. 
Stop in and lee MuipleKof thf hiKli trade ma. 
Iriials Wf iiM-aiid If/ ii" Itaiire on Tour work. 

MosEjft c9. •2ws,%a^^"K^^ 

aseaBBeaaeaesaaaBBBBanss 



The Rehm-Zeihar Co. 

(Inoornoratcd) 

Investment Securities 

Ntb 4M lital Mate 



"H here Scrcicr Satisfies" 



Um Stsck Nsrkct Ssalk sf Ike Okis livci 



KSTABLISHED ISSS 



Bourkoo Stock Yard Coniiany 

iMaanP0MMW 
O. AL BUtCH. Ganaral Manafar 
Johnaon % Main Su.. LouirriUc, Ky. 



fUm b tka tiM far 

BalaTiae-lliiidsr Twine 

g^-g«P,* Iw ^jjaalh. ttaaJfthaa. 
VBMi waBeapy a wiMb ^vana av ^Pnla* 

DEHLER BROS. CO. 

116 E. Market St., Louitville, Ky. 



Nickel and Silver Plitinf 
Brass Beds Refinished 

Slifi Brass & Piating Works 

448 & Fifth St. 

AUGUST R. BADMER 

"Sag h WlUt PlotBfrs' 

MaaonicTemple, Fourth and Chaatnal 

Clermont Cafeteria 

"The Home of 

Good Food*' 

4tS WBST MARKET STREET 



BEST WALL PAPER 

T. B. DuQcan ASont 

4l^4tl TIMl aa. Lftattr. 
ArfMIe Unmael 



J. L. STRASSEL GO. 

443-445 S. THIRD ST, 



Diaaliifc Wall Decoration, Pninting, 
Upbeiaterinfi, Furniture Making 
anoRcfiniahing . 



List Your Farms With 
WHEELER JIEALTY 



n c A k 

aSTATC 




AUCTIVN 
S A LC S 



S«rvi«  tbw Saiiifiai 




Ch.- B.M I OlM it \l ( i.^ MI'AN 



a lUriaf a 

W  tiiij and » 'll all kiadu of Fai 

WriU' (or our W,  liir ila.t '» frUv Curtwl, ^Vlaa 
yuu our payluc and M-lling iiriow. 



lae. 

114.11S Narta TtiM St. 

(B«twMD Main and Rivrrl 




Use Fly-Go 

On yuiir I own ami ircl all ilie lulllc ilial if couiing 
tu Mill. IM-Klitr* iiiaLa nillltlnt lime a pUaturr. 

Louisville f^i^^rr H Co. 

MalaMli IM Sa. M A«a. Ckytttl 
U- Ma % « asa. Waa md CtUk fl» iHa. I 



Tlie Loiiifviik Auto 
Tire Qeuring House 

Par Saal Vakas !■ SmmUs 



rafMaas. 



Mantia and Piraplae* Suppliaa, Tlla 
•atli Naama, Monarch Metal Waathar 
I, Wataen Scraana, 

wood Floora. 



HEGAN-MAGRUDER CO. 



316 W. MARKKT STREET 
Wa liav« aaii ila l c-aatoiaari la your town. 



Clouvi 
Cigarettes 



*Tlm fun is in 
As 



MAM IM IMMVILLi 



Wa Oalv 8«a DaaUn 



Progress Paint 
Manufacturing Co. 



litooriKjraied 

•2S Waal Mmb 

UHWT, 



NATIONAL ROOFING 

and SUPPLY CO. 
124 W. Maia St., Louisville 

a smd a PLY RUBaaa and 

iia SURFACED ASPHALT 

• ROCFINC 



I 

.'hi 



A-L-A-M-O 



II 



«1, 



Wa laa and atake us ikias af ymm 

own oaivh. 

GREEN & GREEN 

lacorparalM 

llSaSMilliTUrd 



i 



Lat Ua HUw Ymm 

Wedding SuiU 
L X UNGANI COMPANY 



TaSM lar Poits Yo 
ai 4 Sf rke Building 

Can ba mft4 and vad* laak proof witlf 

SUPERLASTIC 

moor GOATINO 
m aali H i H^^ SyaC-ya. 

SnnUUTIMAL «M*«MI COL 
a«».Saaao4air lull 



St- 




Ni in itai 



4S\ 



CtOVERPOtT. XfNTVCKT 



't»'' "V* VfH*- •* 



"•AOB tlVSN 




HIELFF'S SALE 



r.y vIrtM of tti ExtCVtlM Mo. :tO 
, directed ft me. wliivh InnH from the 
.rk'n Office 'I ".1 r  kinridfte Cir- 
tni't Court in favur oi Mary A. Jrf- 
[i«. i •n'lwt K. L jvfhrlM. t. or our 

^niy Hfpntiri. will, on Nfonday fho 
day of June I'.i.'l lirtwrcn the 
Koiim of 1:.' o'clock, A. M . and 
o'clock P. M., at the Court Hou! e 
door CxpOM to PnbMc 9tlt ID the 
hifirhc^t bidder. t}:f fnltowinR dfsrrili- 
ed property, or «r  much thereof as 
may • « n«C»»sary to tatitfy plaintiff's 
drht, intereit and coat*, to wit: 

Apprnximatel)- two hundrH and 
sevrnty-tivt dollars (|St8Jtb  One 
Ford Ko«dMt«r Ato m o h lh, motor 
1291(1, model ItTicd MfOfi at the 
property of E. L. Jtfferita. ' 

TBRIfS:— Strit will be made on a 
credit of aix montha, bond wHh ap- 
proytd aceurity required, bearing in- 
tereat at the rate •( "9 par cant par 
annual Imm dar of aala and 



kovliic 

tin foi^ aod tffMi of a rap t i f l i n 

bond. 

J. B. CarvM. t. B. c 



NEWS FROM 



TWOOUIITY 



(Continued From Page fl) 



brother, John Blythe, Jr., was a 
student. 

Mr. and Mra. Sam Whaatlcy have 
moved into thair otw h oaaa on the 

HiU 

Mr. Aldridge has moved from the 
country into John Biythc'a hotiae on 
the HilL 



BIG SPRING 

Mrs. Schuyler Martin returned to 
Louisville, Tuesday after havin n 



OL» UDIICV Roon 

Can ht MTsd  n 1 rnkdn iMkproof wUh ^kI^ 

SUPERLASTIC H 

KOOF COATING firm 
Br*ish^« FrM. 

WTERNATIONAL COATINGS CO. 

) S. S«ceii4 SI. LMinrilU, Kr. 



VICTIMS 
RESCUED 

Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid 
trooblos are moot dangeroos be- 
OMito of their inkHous attacks. 

Heed the first warning they give 
that they need attention by taking 

COLDMEDM. 



The world's atandard remedy for tbeaa 
disorders, wilt often ward off these die- 
easos and strsnKthan the body asainst 
lil^nbaf atucks. Three sizes, all druggists. 

■ Ike nam* Gold Madal ea eTWT box 

and accept no imitatioa 



spent a week here with her husband, . 
who in here working up the toharco | 
bought h\ ( C. Martin and Ed Mar- ! 
tin last fall. I 

B. S. Clarkson spent a day and I 
nifht hera latt week. Mr. ( larkson 
will sail the 20th for ricrmaii\. to ro- | 
main initil November 

A daughter arrived at the home of 
Mr and Mra. Itt WMllMttfl** th* 

Mr . Guy SprinRgate has returned 
from Cloverport. after having spent 
a week with Mr. .Springgatr's parents. 

Mis.i Howe David (iriflith left for 
Owensboro, Thursday to visit her 
aunts. Mesdanies. Frank Thornton 
and Grain Kasey. 

Mr. and Mrs. Juliua Hodgea, of 
T .oMi.Hvilli'. are the pfoad POrMtS pC 
an eight pound hoy. 

Rev .Allen. .Mrs, Allen and child- 
ren, will return home I'riday from a ' 
ten da\s visit with relativea ■ ia 
Marion nul ( ascy county. 

BEWLEYVIJLLE 

Mra. Floyd Keith entaruined to 
dinner Sundav in honor of her hus- 
band's birthday. Several from this 
aeightwrhood were invited. 

Mrs. Lee Cohen rttamcd to her 
home in Louisville, after several days 
visit with Mrs. Z. T. Stkk 

Mrs. IfaaM Mortaa mmm Wednaa- 
day for d vlait to bar btethar. Z. T. 
Stith. 

Mra. Robert CaraiM and baby are 
ill at thia wrMnf. 

The baae ball cMb of this place will 
give an kc cream supper here Satur- 
day night. Also a big ball same. 

Misses Ruth and Marian Groaa. of 
New Albany. Ind., are visitfllg tnelr 
aunt, Mrs. A. W. Foote. 

The condition of Hon Chas. R. 
Blanford. 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 Habbage Has returned to 
his home in Cloverport. 

Mrs. Lucy Richardson, of Vine 
Grove, came Thursday to see her 
brother, Hon. Chas. R. Blanford. 



W MAMS Am- I '"mt^fcwaa tasas' 

CATIONS JUNE 24 



1 noM Mgnny i^gmiiot jod 

10 nh Applications ~ 
Wftk. 



Waibianoa, lane, ll— The aost- 
efKca d ap artat a a t today raqnestad the 
Civil Service commission to conduct 
an cjufflination for appointment of a 
postoiastar at Oiraas b aie aadar Pres- 
ident Harding's recent a a a c a ti ir a or- 
der. Thia meaas, of eoaria, tbat no 



GLEN DEAN 

Ws Owen Hunter, of California, 
has been visiting. bia flsotliar, Mra. 

Lucy Hunter. 

Miss Laura Sparrow is viaitins rel  

ativcs in Marion county. 

Miss Mallei Howard is .it home 
from \Vasliiiif toii, tor thirty days. 

Mrs. Malviu Burnett was given a 
birthday dinner on June 1:.'. at the 
iionie of her granddaughter. She is 
fill years old. She received many pre- 
sents from her children aad grand- 
children. 

Mrs. W. H. Whitler and daughter. 
Mrs. Altord, of Chicago, are visiting 
in Fordsville. Ky. 

Mrs. Oscar Petty of the Narrows, 
is visiting relatives here. 

FRYMlii 

The heavy rain that fell Saturday 
evening and Sunday morning was a 
great iielp to the farmers and gar- 
dens. I 

We are 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. 

^^LL^ntne^^nd^^^l^^^Doro- 



attcntbrn will be aaid to tbe taamina 
tion held savmi OMatha ago to fill 
the Owensboro postoAce hi which 
John Bishop, sa par h i tand a a t of mails, 
made the bigli 8Mrk. 

In designing Jane 34 as the date 
when persons wwhing to be regarded 
as applicants for postmastersmps 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 bie the same as the 
regulations that governed cxamiaa- 
lions under the Wilson- Barfeson 
order susperscded. 

For offices paying more than $:l.:'0O 
up and including $4,0(  ) candidates 
must show that for at least three 
years they ha%-e held responsible posi- 
tions. 

For offices paying less than $»',:t(K», 
otVii( -, I t tlie third clas^. where can- 
didate  will be assembled lor written 
examination, the age limit runs from 
twenty-one to sixty-five years. 



Noliee is herel)  (jixen that I will 
on Sjitiirdav liiiv Hi. I'lL'l. IwtM'ecn 
the lii.iir  ..t !■  \ M. and 1 o'clock 
I' M at the ( itv Hall in Cloverport, 
l\ V i \)ii »,- t.» public sale, to the 
liighrst liielder red i state naainst 
wliuli la\e- (111! .Is folio,,., ilic 

amrtiint to he raiserl being set op- 
posite their names and eafM gf gg* 
xertising ti  he added. 

(ieo RrovMi, one Hoase and 

(itv Tax $Il.i:t 

one House and 

Sclixol Tax to 00 

. . Acres 

hfMil Cav IH li.". 



Lot. I't.'o 

(ieo llrown. 

Lot, l'.»_M» 
Jas. Dcjarnette. 

Land. lit. mi Se 



Mrs Malissa l ejarnette. House 

and Lot. City Ta\ 1 1 

Mrs. .Malissa Dejarnette. House 

and Lot, l''l'  School I'.i \ _ '.Mid 

Mrs Martha N'lihle. Hon-e and 

Lot IOI«-jr-|s.| ».:.'o nt. \a\ 1 .'.t,  
Mrs Martha N'ohle. House anrl 

Lot lOJO SlIiooI Tax r.'.;iH 

J H. Tindcil. House and Lf)t 

19'tt City Tax „.. 

I H. Tindell. i1oii»i and Lot 
I'.t.'O School lax... 
I'here wilt be others next 
V. Chapin. 

:y and School Tax Colkctor, 



wmm 

PARU GLOBE 



TmIic BtRWflfi CoffiM Ifmii 
UmKf Lftnds Far 



MM BTMOBNTS IN RS- 



AT 



3.tsl 

I 



:.*.) 5 



DR.. W. B. TAYLOR 

...PERMANENT... 

DENTIST . 



Offlci Hoars: V^Z'To^^-... 



AlwHyN In otDee durtos 

I (flee liiuirs 



Ifflngton, Ky, 



When Thinking of a 

MONUMENT 



ProGi( Keith 



sells you the BESl^ for LESS than any 
ag^t or competitor in this territory. 

He is in Cloverport once or twice 
every month. Write him at Bliza- 
bethtown, Ky. for prices or any other 
infonnatioii regardins^ a momimeiit 
that you might detire. 

He guarantees to 
save you money 

PROCKKETIB 

C E. KEITH & SON 



thy, naotorcd from Louisville, Friday 
for an iadeflaite stay and were ac- 
companied by Mr. and Mrs. O. C. 
Rruner, who remained natil Sunday. 

Mr. and lira. Bmner returned with 
L. S, Braahear aad drove through in 
Mr, Braahear'a car. 

Mr. and Mra. Bmeat Greer, of Bat- 
tletown, spent laat Satatdav and Sun- 
day with her paranta, W. W. Barger | 
and family, 

L, S, Brashear and Peyton Brash- ' 
ear were in Cloverport. Saturday on • 
basineas. 

Mr. and Mrs H R. Cart and t\To 
children spent Friday afternoon with 
his parents, Mr and Mrs Scott Cart, 
of Shiloh. 

Several from here attended the ice 
cr ;am suppers at Lodiburg and Web- 
ster. Saturday night 

MYSTIC i 

Mrs. J D. StilT lias been on tlie 
sick list for se\eral weeks 

Little Mary Joe Burton went to j 
Lo lil)nr«. Saturday and was tlic ■ 
guest ot .Miss .Ada I'earl Payne | 

Mr. J T, Skillman and faniilx were 
Sunday \ isitors of Mr. and .Mrs i 
Clarence Hayiie 

Mr. and Mrs Hewitt Canary visit- 
ed Mrs. Canarv's parenta, Mr. and 
Mrs. J. D StitT. Sunday. 

I'aniiers of this place are well 
pleased to see tlieir crops growiiii  
so nicely alter the recent showers 

^liss Lena Rolibins. of Hazel Dell 
has returned home alter a week's visit ! 
anions friends ami relatives of this 
place. 

Miss Mar\ F.llen Roberts returned 
home .Monday after a few days visit 
with relatives here. 

Mr. I'aul Bane visited his cousin, 
Mr. Dock Roberts, Thursday. 

Mr. G. R. French went to Hardins- 
burg one day last week. 

Mrs, B. H. Beauchamp visited re- 
latives at Sample, last week and re- 
turned home Saturday. 

Mr. Paul Bane returned to his work 
last Saturday. 

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. 



U. S. ARMY TO CON- 
SIST, 150,000 MEN| 

AT A COST OF $334,000,000 j 

Advocates of Economy Voted 
Down Amettdments For 
Anny of 



Washington. June 8, — Rejoicing the 
committee provisions for a minimum 
a'rmv appropriation bill carrying a 
total of 1834,000,000 and making pro- 
vision for an army of not lesa than 
190.000 men. The House had pre* 
vk usly provided for an avera|c 
strength of iso.ooo. 

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 ITO.OOo, and then, 
musteriiiK their forces, voted down. 
:;ii to :t-.', the committee amendments. 
r y a like majorit)' of four votes the 
Senate yesterday had accepted the 
170,0(M» figure, so that today's vote 
constituted a direct reversal 

The army budget now goes to con- j 
ference for the compromise of Sen- 
ate' and House ditfereiues The House 
hill earned appropi iat !■ iri  totalling 
about $H. 1)00.000 less than tl-.e Senate 
measure 

Two l)eji;  erats. Sen.itor- F'letelur 
(Fla.l and .Mycr- i .Mont I voted with 
tliirt.\ kei)ui !iiaii  ti« support the 
.Militar  .\lT.iir  ( oniinittee as ti  the 
size of tin- army, riiirteen Repub- 
licans votcfl with twent.v-three Demo- 
crats against the 1Tn,( 0() tii^iire 

Senator Dial, Democrat (S C.I. at- 
tempted to attach .in amendment pro- 
liibitinsi us-^ ut .iny of the approjiria- j 
tioris to pav .Xinericati tniops in Cier- 
iiiaiiv, IraiKL- anil Uel,k{iuin ninet  
fla  s after ap|)ri)val of the act. It was 



Th( ingredients from wliieli llie 
celebrated medicine Tanlac is made, 
come from remote sn lions of the 
earth, and are transported thousands 
of miles over land and sea to the 
great Tanlac Laboratories at Da  ton. 
Ohio, and Walkerville. Canada, 

The .Mps, ,\ppenines. I'yrenees, 
Riissian-.\sia. I'.razil. West Indies, 
Rot ky .Mountains. Asia Minor. I'er- 
sia. India. Mexico. Cohimhia and 
I'eru arc among the far auay points 
from which the principal proporties 
of this remarkable preparation are 
obtafaied. 

What is said to be the largest phar- 
maceutical laboratory in thie Lnitcd 
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 hs klad fai the world; 
over W yaW j daa bottles baviag been 
aoM la aix years. 

The new plant occupies 60.000 
square feet of floor space and has a 
daily capacity of 5,000 bottles. Uni- 
form quality is guarantees bjr a ser- 
ies of careful inspecnoaa bjr' 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, labled and 
shipped out to tens of thousands of 
druggists throughout the United 
States and Canada to supply a de- 
mand never before equalled Djr .this, 
or any other medicine. 
a^mmmaaaasmMaaaaBHss^Bsrsssz 

ised it as "most unwarranted inter- 
ference in the international affairs of 

the nation." 



.Vppri.Minately 8,ng tn 11 artiihr^ 
i^.erve ipfVuer- arrived at (_amp Knox 
Stithton Thiirsdav morning to he|iin 
a si\ \vr ks' peri'iil nf active scrvite. 
riie   .imp for I'   arlilleri, officers wilt 
last until July :.'T The ol^cers were 
in active ser^-ice during the World 
W'ar and choose to retain commis- 
sions in the faaarvo oarpa la aoaiplaia 
discharge. 

Tbe civilians' trainfaig camp will 
open July 31, and last through Auiiust 
90, during which chriHans from Ken- 
tucky. Indiana, West Virginia and 
Ohio, which compose the Fifth Army 
Corps Area, will participate ia active 
military traialag aad amaeavers. 
Kentucky, it ia said, already baa sup- 
plied its quots. about one-foailb of 
the 1.000 to which the camp ia Haift* 
ed.— Bliaabelhiown Newa. 



ACnON ON COOFBRATIVB 
MARKirmO PLAN DBFUmSD 



Action has been deferred on the 

K' as for completiag the Kentiwtqr 
fit Tobacco Grower's Associatioa 

composed of twenty-one counties in- 
cluding Breckinridge. It is announc- 
ed that Judge Robert Biagham. of 
Le a lat tl lle. reouested that definite ac- 
tiea oa Dark Tobaeao Associdtion be 
de ff erred until the Bnrley organfea- 
tion is completed \\\ \\?' i' ••k.--'' ,"i 
will sail for Furope. Satiu i i) 



.SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEW.S... 



OORTIMCTMn 

BUILDERS 



Barn Pillart 
Porch Columns 

or, anything in the concrete line, 
and will be glad to furnish any 
one with prices on any kind of 
concrete work. 

LEWI8P0RT Mia CO. 

Rf. 



Orulis  '• \ \ 



Z^e Ball Optical Company 



NCORfORATCn 



UNION STAR 

Rev. I- K. May, presiding elder 
will preach here Saturday night and j 
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Fvcry- I 
one invited to attend these meetings. | 

R. C Richardson, of Midwav. spent | 
Saturday and Sunday with his moth- \ 
er, Mrs. D. S. Richardson. 

Mr. and Mrs Frncst HcsUr and 
baby, Mildred, of Louisville, are vis- 
iting the former's parents, Mr and 
Mrs. J G. Healer. 

Miss Lillian Cart is spending her 
vacation with her paraata, Mr. and 
Mrs R M Cart 

Mr and Mrs. (ieo. Schreibcr 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 laave Prii^r foe 

Manila, P. I. 

Mrs. Sue Cart is the guest of her 
daughter, Mrs V\ . H. Dowell 

McCilothlan Memorial Day will be 
observed here Friday, June 24th, 
Kveiybudy's invited tO tab* pah and 
attend this service. ^ 

Misses Ruth and Lucille McCoy 
and Rev C. B. Gentry, were dinner 
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mra. Hor* 

ace McCov.   





Southern Optieal 




rv:e triied uiem 

I'm throttgh experimenting. No more switeUaii 
Ko more trying tUf tad tkat. It's riiatiB |gf at— 

every time. * 

They're so ref reshinf 1 9o smooth t So mellow mild I 
Why? The answer is Camels exclusive expert 
blend of choice Turkiik aai HiBMIIk tolaceoiir 
(There's nothing liko it . # 

Vo other cigarette you can buy gives you the real 
•ttn-onough. all-day satisfaction that comes from tia 
maalUMd. Canal ii tiie quality cigarette. 

OiftCaoMlaatnFMt Buy a pack today. Get your 





i 



Thto It ttw moeEST CENUINE BARfiAIN EVENT ever hcM la CiXIVERPORT 

or this SECTION of KENTUCKY. The people are proving this statement hy 
*dr BE4VY PURCHASES. They apprtdale aai arc TAKIMS. ADVAN- 
TAGE of the WONDERFUL SAVINGS offered them In this 





t 





Folks, If you haven't been here, COME QUICK Before It's Too Late. I realize II has been Impos- 
sible tor as to take ^we of the InoMim unable to make their de- 
sired purchases. I have Increased my selling force and am going to Put Forth Every Elfort to 
serve you promptly. Lots more Bargains Are Left and I want to make Thmrsday, Friday and 
Saturday our BIGGEST DAYS. Help me make godd and SAVE BIG MONEY on your purchases. 



M. W. FRANCE, Merdmndiae Adfuaier 



in 



A FEW OF MY EXTRA SPECIALS FOR THURS. - FRI. AND SAT. 



MEN'S SUITS 

$35.00 VALUE 

New Spring Styles. Wool mixtures. One ^ QQ 
lot values'to $35.00. Now each..! ^M.*±tiUO 



SILK WAISTS 

VALUES TO $10.00 
Just a few left. Crepe de Chine and Voile. AO 



PANAMA HATS 

$6.00 VALUES 

N^w Man's Qmuuiw Panama Hats. Valuas d^l Ar 
to $6.0a Spadsl .„ 9±mVO 



WORK SHOES 

ItJO VALITB 

One lot man's heavy work shoes. Black (| Q AO 

an ] tan. Values to $6.50. Now per pair O 



BOX SOCIAL 

Values to $25 

Hundreds of boxes havt'bten filled with 
merchandise. Some boxes contain values 
as high as $25. These boxes will be placed 
on sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 

50e PER HOX 



Bank Books FREE!! 



To' aviary customar mating a purchase of 

$20.00 or more I am going to give one of the 
Breckinridg .-Bank of Cloverport Money Saving 
Banks absolutely Free. These arc the same 
banks as are issued by this Bank and cost $1.25 
Whenever you return the book the bank will 
gi^ you tfiis anfUNmt iii cash. Let ma halp you 
start tha savings habit 



GET YOUR SAVIN6S BANK BOOK 



Grocery Specials 

Crisco shortening per pound 17  

Coffee Peaberry bulk per pound .; 17( 

Sugar*tom, large cans. Per can . 8  



Lenox Laundry Soap, 80 bars_ 



JtOO 



ToUat Soap, Popular branda, jpar bar.. 
Nucoa Bottar. par pound. 



-8^ 



Arbuckle's Coffee. Ona pou^d paclraga 

Van Camps Milk, large can, ,■„ 

Van Camps Milk small can 



Snow King Baking Powder 9^oz. can 

Mapleine Flavoring bottle.- 

Jet Oa 8hoa Pofiah bottla, — » 



10  

5f 

8f 



BIG CUTS ON EVERY ARTICLE 
IN THIS DEPARTMENT 



SUGAR 6c A POUND 

10 pounds with each $2.00 grocery order. Save big 
money on your groceries and lay in your canning sugar 
at these low prices. 



BOYS' SUITS 

$10.00 VALUE 

All wool knickerbocker suits. Sizes 8 to 16 
years. One lot vahiaa to $1O.00l Now each.... 



$4.98 



MEATS TIES 

$LW VALUE 

Ona lot ^ man's pure silk ties. Many colors OQ^ 
and dasiins. Vahias to $LW. Now eadi.....l...w.. 



VOILES 

$L7i y: LUB 

New patterns and ahadas. Vabas to iLfS per AQ^ 

yard. Now per yard 



DUTCH AUCTION 

W« hm tvo high gradt Sewing Ma- 

$2.50 each day. Watch the windows and 
gal one of theae maoUaaa ba(ora aome- 
eiia aba taiti yea la it 



GOLDEN RULE STORE 



M. W. FRANCE l|N CHARGE 



SALE OPEN DAILY 9 A. M. TO e P. M. 



SATURDAY UP 8:30 P. 




M. 

— — ■Jll 



The Breckenridge news, 1921-06-22

8 pages, edition 01

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