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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i mr - -- - w im: w. w ji. - -- x .. ,jy. .- - . ... &r " .. m.i . ..a .xt jr js. zmz Thrill and the Hell of the Trenches Described by an American Boy OVER THERE Sprorpant Alpvanrfpr Mr.fJSntnrff. nf ! r . pvintrtrin Kv and flip fa. w. v nadian Army Tells a Gripping Tale That Americans Will Read s 0 He Tells The Facts Unadorned p Wounded, a Distinguised Conduct Medal Man, jaj jig! He Was Invalided Home, but He. is Going "OVER THERE" Again to Fight for Uncle Sam SIX Articles. The First Article, will run one page. The other Five Articles will Run Three or Four Columns, We will publish one of these articles each. week in The Breckinridge News beginning Wednesday, July 11th ft Volunteers for tho job taken behind tho line where the Gcr man trenches aro exactly reproduced. The days of preparHow tho men arc finally brot ation. Heretofore unwritten to tho firing line. A descrip- detail of modern trench raids tion of conditions thut our own This article concludes with the boys and their parents will rend mcfi going out to their job. eagerly. No. 3 No. 1 1 No. 2 cry in ho breaks from his trench. part in the greatest of all battles The bomb raid and whut hap- and tells of the hell of ii, "Tho pened. Of sixty that Minted, front in Belgium wym really a forty six failed to return lieeuuso re-t sector In Finn uris'in with the German1 had prepared and The extensive it,", h- - mus. Graphic mined the trench. description of Sergeant Mo preparatio'i' of J tie allies for Clintock's terrible experience. open wa. faie ufterwimU i Inlailnic of No. 4 . . d iii' oxpeeit (lev-1"-- I j riblo light, tho dead and dying, concluding article of the series tho loss of a pal and the final relates in detail how England falling of McClintnck in No cares for tho wounded. How M in s Land. Simply told, it is tho king and queen came to the one of tho most remarkable descriptions of a battle by a par- - bed of an American boy and ticiiant over put together. decorated him in a L indon hos- No. 6 $ Sjj pital for gallantry. Interesting, ) THE BOMB RAID ' "OVER GIVE TIE TOP AND SHIFTED TO THE N ' Tho great preparations and rehearsing for this a 1 1 a c . 'Elfl HELL" Sargcant SOME takes Thi- intimate and amusipg incidents told by and of the wounded Tommies. Trying to light for The English Tommy's buttle- - McClintock articl" deserihes he I tor- - Ilome and Undo Sam. This Uncle Sam. I No. 1 of the above Stories will start Wednesday, July 11th The Breckenrid Do Not Miss rurniniii nni nirnn mtn LAN iULUItM ARRIVEJ FRANCE. a Single Issue Containing These Articles A Ne ws . Something New TEXAS WONDER. end Several Thousand Will Soon be in the Thick ol the Fight. Journey Unhampered. f The advance' guard of the American (soldiers who ore to fitjht side by side ( with the Krench, the Helyliins, the lirit-isthe Ruh.sians, the Italians nnd the 1'ortuRuese troups, has arrived in prance despite the German Vhejnnouncement of their safe arrival was received at Washington headquarThe Kuard con ters last Wednesday. sist of thousands of seasoned regulars and marines and trained fightinc rnsn who have been stationed on the Mexis. Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney nnd bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures diabetes, weak and Inmo backs, rheumatism, nnd li regularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men ami women Regulates bladder troubles In children. If not so'J by your druggist, will be sent by ma'l on recolpt Ono small bottlo Is two of $1.00. months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by drug- the war by ruling the air; says wright In- A100K Some Gardener, is Mr. VV. H. Hazelwood. Several from here attended the Sunday School Convention at Cave Springs, Famous Aviator and Inventor dorses the Program of Aircraft Production Board. gists. can border. It Is stated that it is the largest troop of soldiers to have been assembled and convejed from one place to another in so short a time- - with Ant accidents, that was ever known. In the Boer War, the British troops were safely tmnslerr-eto South Africa but they did not zones. have to pass through The arrival of the American troop will be quite an asset to the Allies, and it Is thought they will be encamped be. tween the British nnd French troops as a connecting link. They are to be fed, clothed and cared for solely by the United States. Gen. , wit;, j Pershing, the commander-in-chiefhis staff have been preparing for their arrival for several weeks. Camp sites have been selected, details of the final training to be given before the move to hntfAnt nnn n. inun npnn vi r . i nnr. Regiments of the national army composed of railway workers and engineers are busy at this work. Burleson has arranged to care for the heavy mails that will pass between the American soldiers Jn Prance and home. Rates on Army mall tias been reduced to the same cost as mall between points In this country. s will be established In the d sub-mariL' r Post-mastPost-office- THE WIZZARD. Slgnor John Franco Is a musical genius. His homo in Nowark, N. J., is filled with all sorts of musical Instruments. Tho "Wlzzard" Is tho creation (pronounced or his own hands. When President Hill of tho Welfaro Chautnuquas visited him In his homo, ho was astonished at tho casa wlUi which tho musician could perform on this diilicult and unusual Instrument; but when tho strings wero covered with a nows-papand Slg. Franco was blindfolded and still was ablo to render tho most dimcult solectlons, Prosl-den- t Hill's admiration and astonishment was Increased. Our Chautauqua patrons will bo equally pleased wlion thoy hear Slg. Franco on tho second day's program, when ho will appear us a member of Lonzo's Royal Italian Band. West l'oint, where she will join a camping party on Salt river for ten dajs. Rev. 1!. P. Deacon went to Custer Saturday. Mrs Jacob Williams, of Stith's Vall-p.issed nvay on June .7 She was a member of the Methodist church at this place The funeral services were conducted by her pastor, Uev K P, Deacon at the Buck Grove Baptist church. Quite a number attended the funeral of Mrs. Jacob Willliaius, Thursday, at Buck Grove. Mr. hihI Mrs. R. S. Dowell have re. turned from a visit to their daughter, Mrs Lewis Jenkins, and Mr Jenkins, of near Louisville. Mrs, I). C. Moorman is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Strother. Geo. Gasperke, of Brandenburg, wi in town Wednesday. lie is a candidate for County Judge of Meade county. y, Never can tell when you'll mash a linger or suiter a cut, brulsa, burn or scald. Bo prepared. Thousands rely on Dr. Thomas' Kclectlc Oil. Your druggist sells It. 25c and 50c. Guardian and Administrator. The Bank of Hurdlnsburg & Trust Company qualified last Friday as follows: Satutory Guardian of James T, Skillman, Webster, Ky and Admlnls-tratof the Estates of Emmett Hors-le- y and Hal C, Murray, deceased. or Cloverport, July 26, 27, 28 BIG SPRING Select Foods Mrs Hannah Hardin, of Holt, is the guest of her niece, Mis. Kemper, Housewives, interested In economy, fields. B. S. Clarksou returned Friday from who wish to be certuln that their famlli Hardlusburg. es are getting proper food and not too Wanted Bids J, It. Meador, Prank Hllf, Harry Mil- much, should ask the United States ler and Venule Carter spent Thursday in Department of Agricultuie to send Farmers' Bulletin 808, "How to Select Louisville, Wanted bids for the traction of eight Body Needs." C! Williams and daughter, Foods What the Mrs T. school bouse. In Breckinridge county, Much food Is ruined by being stored me or call at Louise, and the Misses Kay, of West for spsciQcatlons writs files or other insects or rats and my ottct; contract will be' 1st at One Point, were guest Friday of Mrs. J. H, where cm get at It. Much cereal food mice Meador and Miss Leah, Ocleek PM. Monday July 2od.i9l7. is ruined because it is not protected weevils or other insects. Miss Leah Meador left Friday for J. W, TrentSupsrlnUade- -t How To When Orvllle and Wilbur Wright built and Hew tho llMt mail currying llyim: machine they believed they wero milking wars Impossible Now. with tho greatest war in history at a deadlock because of tho equality of aerial equipment, n great Increase In tho allied aerial forces Is the one way to end In IndorsIt. Urvllle Wright asserts. ing the program of the aircraft production board .Mr Wright declares that "If tho allies' tirmles are equipped with such a number of uliplauea as to keep the enemy planes entirely back of thu line, so that thoy are tiuublo to 'Urect guntlro or to observe the movement or thu allied troops, it will be possible to end the war." "When my brother and I built and How tho first man .carrying machine." said .Mr. Wrlaht. "we thought that wo were Introdiichm Into the world 1111 Invention which would make further wars practically Impossible. Nevertheless the world finds Itself In the greatNeither side has est war In history been able to win oil account of the part Both sides thu airplane has played. know exactly what the other Is doing The two sides are apparently nearly equal In uerlal equipment, and unless present conditions can be changed the war will continue for years. "However, If the utiles' armies are equipped with such a dumber of airplanes as to keep tho enemy planes entirely back of the Hue. so that they nre unable to direct gunfire or to observe- the miiveineiit of the allied troopsIn other words. If the enemy's eyes can be put out It will bu possible to end the war. This Is not taking Into account what mlulit be dune by bomb. Ing German sources of munition supplies, sueh 11s Essen, which Is only about ISO miles behind tho lighting Hues. But to end tho wiir quickly and cheaply the supremacy In tho air must bo so complete us to entirely blind the enemy, "Tho program laid down by tho aircraft production board. It curried out, will obtain this result. Tho business garden patch, starving to urday. death owing to the II. C. L , lor surely Sim Payne from Irvlngton, was here a man who is so patriotic and energetic Thursday. enough to care for sucii an abundant The death angel visited Mr. and crop will help the lt-- fortunate ones. Mrs. Hank Lucas, Sunday and took It goes with-ou- t saving that Mr. their little infant away. Hazelwood U anunusunl tenant and the Alva B.isham, vlisited Mr. and Mrs. country would be blessed if it had more like him. Elljih Carman, Sunday. Mr, Pitts the timber man from Kirk was. here Friday. McDANIELS Lon Gannaway, from McCoy, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. II, Tucker, Friday. Several from here attended the Sunday School convention at Cave Spring, SunSubscribe For News day, Uev. Dunkum, of Kiugswood, was the guest of Uev. Allen and Mrs. Allen, Sunday. Bro. Dunkum filled his regular apShelby Tucker motored to McDauiels, pointment here Saturday and Sunday, Monday. and went over to Shilo and preached Mr. and Sirs. Guthrie Tucker weie Sunday night. guests of Dr. J. C. Tucker and Mrs, J. H. Miller was In Hardlnsburtr Sat- Tucker, Sunday, urday on business. I,on Glasscock has purchased a new Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall and son, car. ; Owen Davis Is tho guest of Mrs. S. B, Walter Henniger was in McDauiels ? " Laslle. Monday. Miss Georgia Rabbins was the guest Will Uobiuson and family motored to t v of Miss Maud Jolly, Sunday. Hardlusburg in his new car, Friday. , Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Hasham and Mrs. Grant Kiper and son wete the daughter Eva attended church here guests of her daughter, Mrs. Uoxie With out a question of u doubt, .Mr, Sunday, W. H. Hazelwood who is a teu.int on Misses Eliza Pile and Daisy Vucker, the farm of Jas." Dean ntar Gleu Dean, wentto Hardinsburg, shopping, Mon- Ky., is doing his "bit" to help reduce thu II. C. L. day.7 Mr. Hazelwood with his fifteen year Miss Neva Milncr, from Ilarncd, and cousin Miss Kathleen Tucker, from old ton, has planted thirty acres of two and .McCoy, visited their grandparents Mr. corn, eight acres of job.icco, a half acres of sugar corn and one acre and Mrs l Mllner. last week. of potatoes. Iu addition to this he has K. II. Tucker Is on the sick list. two splendid gardens in which he is Mr. ard Mrs. Ira Irvin, visited Mr. cultivating twenty ridges of sweet potaand Mrs. Elisali frvia, last week. toes, two hundred and twenty waterMrs. 1'alina Tucker Tucker, was the melon hills, eleven hundred cabbage guest of Mrs 'Mia Bashain, Thursday. plauts, four hundred cucumbei hills, J. D. Aldrldge, went to Hurned Tues "oodlings" of beans and three hundred and fifty plants. day. There will be no danger of any one Mrs. Iva Snip li. and children visited who lives in walking distance of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Tucker, e Sat The SAMPLE , '.' Mrs. Rae Johnson is visitiug her parents, Uev. Jess Galloway and' Mrs. Gal. organization and manufacturing equip- week. loway. ment of our country offer tho facilities Fred Miller spent Saturday and Sunfor carrying out this program, and I day In Hardintburg. believe that by no other method can When baby suffers with eczema or Mr. Scott Peckenpaugh Is very low sonis itching skin trouble, use Daan tbo war be ended with so little loss of life and property." at this writing. Ointmint. A little of It gosa a loV Dick Hlckerson Is very sick with ty. way ana it is saie icr cniidraa, jOc a box at all stores. phold fever. Read our "Want Ads." Sunday. Mines Kuby and Khuema Dowell arc the guests of Mrs. Hatha Dowell this Ma't-liug- ly, Friday, JUt. 1 in ifetAsw9Wij(tM Wf P uu ni inui VV AII hV.M 3 Are You Insured Against ' . ' . BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN, K TEUTON LINE Deliver Blow 181-- 2 OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier SERVICE CONTENTMENT ' Tornado? If it windstorm should visit Breckinridge county, would you collect from a reliable Insurance Company for your Think damaged property? had you lived of your damage in Now Albany, Indiana, last President 1 on Front of THE BANK OF SECURITY WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN Mrs. Alvln Withers and children, Kltk are guestsof Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Blythe. Miss Ruth Marshall entertained the Kleht Weeks club Thursdsy afternoon. The girls are doing relief work at pre- sent. George Huff, Akron, Ohio, was a visitor In town Sunday. Trainmaster, W. R. Hensley was In town Thursday and attended the Street Fair. Henrv Cornwall.' El Paso, Tex., Is visiting his mother Mrs. Mary Cornwall. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mills and Dave Henrv Klchardson. Louisville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D, W. Henry Sunday. Miss Nora Blythe has returned from a visit at Kirk. Miles 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Dep 3 II IV BRITISH TAKE DEFENSES Continue to Make Progrest In Their Encirclement of Lens, Driving Germans From Strong Defense Positions French Hold Verdun Sector. London, July 22. German positions along tlio fitrlpa, on a front of eight-eo- n f nnd mllos wore stormoJ by ItuBslan troops. A terrific artillery bombardment proceded tho nsimiilt, which wan tho most cxtonslvo delivered nlnco tho IliiBRlnn revolution. Tho llcrlln ctnlomcnt characterizes tho artillery flro, maintained ull day lone, as "destructive." It snys tho lliiRRlati government was "constrained to yield to tho pressure of the leading entente powers and part of the nrray Induced to attack " It declared that later tho Uusslniis were forced to with heavy losses. Noc tu nil attacks also were delivered tigalnst tho German positions on both sides of the Heznany and near Ewyzyn. Tho artillery duol oxtended nortliwnrd as far as tho tnlddlo Stock-haand south as far as Stanlslau. British troops contlntio to mako proRress In their cnclrcloment of the French mining town of Ions. Tho official statement from tho British headquarters reports tho capture of Gorfront man defensos on a half-milalong tho north bank of tho Souchez river, southwest and west of Ijens. French and German troops wore engaged In llvoly lighting west of Dead Man 1 111 In tho Verdun sector. Tho position changed hands five times and was finally abandoned on both sldos. A German Infantry attack on tho French fort of Avocourt failed. Surprise attacks on tho Aisne and Champagno fronts also wero repulsed by tho French. Tho ofTlclal statement isauod by the Fronch war department says: "To tho cast of Cerny, notwithstanding a recrudesccnco of artillery bombardment, only locnl fighting was reported in the sector from Cerny to AIllos. An nllcmpl of tho enemy to ndvanco at various Mints on this front was repulsed by our gronailes. "On the left bank of the Mouse artlllciT fiEbtliiK continued Intense In tho ivgion of Avocourt wood, Hill 304 and Head Man Hill. An enemy attack on tho Avocourt fortified position bioko down under our flro. "West of Dead Man Illll lively fighting took place uround one of our advanced posts, which was lost and on flvo dilTcrout occasions and finally was abandoned by both slilc3. onc-lmlre-tir- o d e 1 Condensed Statement of 1 Friday I THE FARMERS BANK i Ky. Hardinsburg, -- V I 1 rm,y At the Close of business June 30, 1917 Assets Paul Compton, Hardinsburg, Fire, Tornado and Liabilities $ 15,000.00 7 . Ky. all classes Insurance 'I Tho position wan completely de- stroyed by artillery flro." In a surprise allick at nl'jlit Austrian troops entered Italian advanced troncbcK southoast of Vortolhn, southeast of Gorixia, but the Austrian wero driven out later by Italian reinforcements, snyn the official statement from tho war ofHce. DANIELS 'FROM MISSOURI' Declares Prices Fixed For Coal by Operators Too High. Washington, .fuly 2. "The price of $3 a ton for coal at the mouth of tbu mine, fixed by tho coal operators at tholr meeting hero last weok, does not apply to tho navy department and will not apply," said Secretary Daniels. "I liavo been paying $2.85 a ton for coal delivered aboard ships. The operators offered mo more coal at I bavo tendered them $2.33 on $2.05. account, and do not oxikscI lo pay that price. The federal trndo commission Is now investigating tho cost of producing this coal. "I am willing lo pay a fair price and a liberal profit, but must know what the cost Is. Wlion I can get coal on ship for $2.85 and am now confronted with an offer of $2.05 at tho mine and tho operators fix a prlco of $3 to (bo public, which mean $4, $5 or ?C dollvorcd, I am from Missouri," Convicted of "Cigar Plot." Stockholm, .Inly 2. N. O. I'nrsaon of Itagunda, who attempted the murder of an old man with a "medical cigar," which proved to bo loaded with dynamite, has been sontencod to ten years' imprisonment The was holding tho cigar In his hand when It exploded, but ho was sovoro-lInjured. y Former 8enator Dead. It. I., July 2,- - JonaProvldcnco, than Cluico, member of tho United States senato from Hhodo Island from 18SG to 1889 and long Identified with tho cotton .. manufacturing Industry ot .1 I Jlml Imp, off AH a Inlin u wi,e, uu INOW lyllfiinii", illness, eighty six years old. For England. Washington. July 2, Tho treasury depnrliuuit has placed an additional $10,030,003 dlih li k.jn - grtflil" llw nrmllt (if lOncliinil. UIhI loans to Groat Ilrltaln for war purposes of $560,000,000. This IoIhI of loams to tho allied rftkin eouiilii h ot VI. 01 8.000.000. Miss Essie Biggs, Louisville Is visiting her parents Mr. aud Mrs'. J. B. Blgk's. HARDINSBURG Last week was a Gala week for the Irvington citizen, the carvinal was on. Old and young enjoyed the merry-g- o Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Willis and childround which was well conducted by ren have moved to Irvington Mr, Willis manager V. T, Beard. has charge of the paper there. Mrs. Lon Cowley Is seriously ill. A Misses Julia and Lillian McGuffin have nurse from Louisville Is attending her. returned to Lonisvlile after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith, Guston Miss Clara Heston. spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. D. Beard have reMr. and Dale Smith. turned trom French Licks Springs. Members of the Methodist S. S Miss Mariam Kincheloe has returned as Flag day. A very en from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. D. W. tertaining program was arranged. Scott, in Parkland. Mrs. G. T. McCoy has returned to Mrs, Mary Lewis has returned to her visit with he." parents visit to her Louisville after a home iu Maysville after a Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Brady. aunt, Miss Tula Daniels. Miss Essie Kendall, Webster visited Master James Taylor and sister. Miss Mrs. Paul Wilson last wejk. Mattie Virginia Taylor, are. at home Mr. 1. W. Willis and family, Hardin from a visit to friends in Owensboro. Mr. Willis has Smith, Miss Pearl Belle sburg have moved here, Mrs. V. W. bought the Irvington Herald. Mr. Mc Mattingly, Mm. Sandbach and childern Neal has gone to Hardinsburg. motorsd here from Garfield Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brlte will spend and were the guests of friends. Louisville. Kincheloe, the eldest the Fourth In Master Robert P. Haswell was the guest of W. J. J. son of Dr. and Mrs. J. IS. Kincheloe was operated on at St. Josephs Infirm- Piggott Sunday. Miss Mary Heron Is home from Lou ary last Wednesday for appendicitis. He is reported to be getting along nice- isville. ly. Chester Mattingly and Jess Jones, Dr. A. M. Kincheloe's norae tell with Ekrou were in town Sunday. him last Thursday and hurt him. Mrs. Paterion. Rock Havin has been Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lex have returned the guest of .Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain. to there home in Louisville after n visit Mr. nnd Mrs. Saxton Dutschke, Lou to their ton, Mr Joe Lex. isville spent Friday with Mr. and Mr. M s. T.J. Hook has returned from 1'Iake Ater. Ijouisville where she was the gue,t of MUsMarv McCoy, Union Star is visit herii.ter Mr. Milton Board. iog Mrs. Julius Slppel. Mrs. Mauie Moorman has returned Mrs. Gillie Dowell and son, Custtr from a visit to Louisville. are visiting Mrs. R. A. Crider. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. V. Robertron are at Administrators Notice. home from a stay in Louisville whete Mr. Uobert.son has been under treatAny one having claims against tins' ment. Mrs. Lewis Kincheloe, Wheeling, W. estate or Burrel li;;ird, deceased wil same properly proven to the Va., is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. pre.-et- it V. Robertson and Dr. A. M. Kincheloe utuitrsigned fur payment on or before Sept. 1, I9I7. and family. Taylor Beard Admr. Dr. Lawrence and family will tale Teuff. rooms with Mrs. Mallie FRY MIRE Mr. lieu Clnrkson. Big Spring, was in town on business last week. ( I, Dodson bought a fine cow from Mr. McNeal has moved here from Irv ington and has taken charge of the Cm by Pollock last week H. H. Harrington candidate for State Reeuid Press. up from Senator, was here last week. Mr. Hilary Hatdin tnotort-Owen C. llruner and Walllace Parks Cloverpott Friday of last week. Mrs. Suxton Dutsohke, Louisville is took hogs to II. II Norton last Monday. Miss Malissia Shelliuau spent last Satthe guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs, urday and Sunday with relatives near Dint Drown. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Craven, Mr. and Shiloh Mrs. Bin Craven, Louisville are the M. J. Robertson took a bunch of hogs guiits of Mr. and Mrs. C. Mattmcly. to Louisville last week on the boat. Plenty of good pasture for any number Bessie Lee llrashear, and Mrs. C. L. of cows. Near the l'qir Grounds, ifi.25 Dodsou spent Wednesday with .Mrs. Will a month per head. Grant Moorman & Heard. Roy II Basset of Uiiion Star spent the Messrs Clarence Lewis nod Frank week end with L S. lirashear. Dellaven were in Louisville on busiMr. ami Mrs Nap Robertson, of ness, last week. Lodihurg spent Sunday with M.J. Kob MissMollie Dorst has returned from ertsou and wife. a visit to relatives in Cloverport. Mr, and Mrs. Paris ltarr and daughter, Mr. Bob Elder, Lakeland was in town Mollie spent Sunday with Mr. Norton last week the guest of his borther, Mr. Wheeler and sister, Miss Ida Wheeler. Andrew Elder. Mr. and Mrs M. J. Robertson are reMr. Comest, Liberty is the guest vt ceiving congratulations on the arrival of Miss Clara Withworth, Robertson, a little sou, David Sphire Sheriff A. T. Beard left Saturday for June 29. Mr and Mrs, Wallace Parks spent Pine Bluff, Ark., to get Lampton who Saturday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. escaped from the jail. Mrs. Gus Shellman has gone to Akron, A M. Hardin of I.odiburg Mrs, Mary Dodsou and sou l'red and Ohio, to visit her boo Hobart. Abe Meador nnd daughter Bessie Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Avittand daughter Mr. guests of Mr, aud spent Saturday in Irvington with Reba Mabis, were the Mrs. C L. Dodson last Sunday. friends. A little girl arrived at the home of Mr. Mrs. Will Markham and children and Hook, Decatur, Intl., aud Mrs. Charlie Noble,. June ly, to Miss Christina sake her home. me the guests of Mrs. Lizzie McGary. An Illusion. Touch your forehead with tho foreIRVINGTON finger. Keep tho latter motionless and slowly rotato your bead and you will Alvln Rice, Louisville visited E. A bavo an Irresistible sensation that it Cultwood Sunday. Is. tho finger Up that Is moving aud Mr. and Mrs, Wm Helt, Brandenburg not the bead. hve besn guests of "r. and Mrs. R. C, d Loans and Discounts $114,649.63 Capital Stock 9 920 00 Surplus and UnBonds divided Profits Cash and Due from Banks.. 14 122 38 Denosits 6 500 00 Banking House 875 00 Furniture and Fixtures 800 00 Farm Lands ' 40 00 Other Assets 1 ur 325 64 124 581 57 $146,907.21 $146,907.21 We will pay the taxes on money deposited in our bank, keep it insured against fire and burglary, and guarantee its safe return to you any time. Officers MATTHIAS MILLER, President A. R. KINCHELOE, Vino President J NO. D. SHAW, Cashier Z. C. HENDRICK. Abs'nt. Cashier Directors A. R. KINCHELOE W.-S- . BALL A. N. SKILLMAN A. C. GLASSCOCK J. L. MATTINGLY c HUSE ALEXANDER W. E. IIENNINGER oc ion m First Day Free to School Children and Old People Great Array of Attractions On One Vast Midway. Fine Italian Band Breckinridge County Fair, Races and Homecoming Hardinsburg July 17, 18, 19, 20. Wednesday, Louisville and Derby Day. Every Day a Big Day Better Than Last Year and That's Going Some C. C. GIVENS, General Manager SALE. JOHN 0'REILLEY, Secretary COMMISSIONER'S Hank of HardinslmrR & Trust Co Plaintiff, Against Delia Uorsley, Defendant Wo odor you tho happy combination of a superior stock, W Hy virlue of a judgement and order of a largo assortment and tho fairest prices. Every article ffijy sale of Hreckinridge Circuit Court, renjaw shown is tho best of its class ovory class represented is va- dered at May terjn thereof, 1917, in the You will approve of our very reasonable fejji ried and complete. above cause, for the sale of the hereinafter described Real Iistate and all costs W prices. Come even if it is necessary to come without know- herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale iKjjj in why You will find very eood reasons when you sco the door in Hardinsburg, at the k3 many splendid opportunities wo oiler. to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on Monday the 23rd day of July, I9I7, T. C. LEWIS, Watchmaker :: Hardinsburg, Ky, at one o'clock P M , or thereabout County Court day), upon a credit (being of six months the following described property, to wit: A certain tract or parcel of land lying oh the waters of Hardin's Creek, in county, Kentucky, and Ilreckiuridge bounded and described as follows: lleginuing t u stone with Sassafrass aud Ulm pointers in Triplett's line, thence W. 4 Ii. about 4I poles to a rock aud small black oak, thence N. 8 15, 29 poles to a hickory dogwood and b)ack oak corner to the division line between Morton ami Uorsley, thence with said line N 85 W. 117 poles to a black oak Office Hours: Alw5flico02ccuur,DK Irvington, Ky. aud hickory iu the original line, thence with said line S 27 W about 72 poles to the beginning. Containing 51 acres to be the same, more or less, and is part of the same land deeded to Nat Amies by llessie Logsdon and Mark Logsdon on (PAUATABLE) the 12th day of February, 1902 Record(Contains no Arsenic) BETTER THAN CALOMEL OR QUININE. ed in Deed Hook No. 52, page 606, in THE OLD RELIABLE Ilreckiuridge County Clerk's Office. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bear- As well as a Kemedy for Chills and I'evers, Malarial I'evers, Swamp Fevers and ' IJilious I'evers. Just what you need at this season, ing interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of Mild a Hepleaviu bond, Lelu retained to se.Try It Don't Tak Any SubttituU. At Druggists, 60c and $1.00 Bottltt cure payment of purchase money. DidPREPARED BY ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. ROBINSON-PETTE- T Incorporated Lee Walls, Commissioner. 1 Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver- - I .ware, Novelties, Etc. Court-Hous- e 1 DR.. W. B. 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