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GROSS SOCIETY T Pages No. 2 OVER TWEE The Thrill and the Hell of the Trenches, Described by an American Boy. Sergeant Alexander McClintock of Lexington, Ky., and the Canadian Army Has Gripping Tale That Every American Will Read, For He Tells the Facts Unadorned. Wonnded, a Distinguished Conduct Medal Man, He Was Invalided Home, bnt Is Going "Out There" Again to Fight For Uncle Sam and His Allies. An In spiring, Interesting, Personal Narrative, Full of the Spirit and Atmosphere of the Trenches. J I GRAIN ELEVATOR AT LEADING Of CITIZEN E i. "Enthusiastic Meeting Held. Forty-eigbership. More to be Added. i Chairman. : ht Names Given For Mem-- , Mrs. W. H. Bowmer Elected Saturday. Building And 3,000 Empty the County. Wheat Sacks Are Destroyed, Splendid Farmer. Loss $15,000. Died Well Known in McQuady Last Thursday afternoon nl the home k Of Mrs, W. It, Bowmer, there were near- jS'jjly fifty women, of this city, who came together in tlte interest o organizing a Red Cross Society in Cloverport Tiic women were greatly entlmsed ot the meeting and they were exceedingly mix- iuus io nave me pennon ior inc kcii -- ross society sent m at once so as 10 tjStart a campaign for getting members l&ntl to help in the Ued Cross work in general. The meeting opened with a short patriotic program led liy Sirs, ; .Bowtner, after which the purpose of the ! Red Cross Society, its rules and regula- jMious, and requirments for organizing were explained by Miss Klizabcth Skill. ..man. ' A vote was taken as to whether Clo verport should be a branch of the Louis- s ville societv or be a chanter. The ma- .jijfjority voted for the latter so the petition "it i was sent to Mr. Green, of Carrollton, Chairman of the Red Cross work in Ken IRVI PASSES AWAY. Mrs. Lon Cowloy Time. Just a Short Admirable Character. III IERGEANT McCLINTOCK. Irvington, July 7, (Special) Mrs. Lon Cowley died at 5:30 o'clock Thursday morning, after several weeks illness of stomach and heart trouble. She leaves a husband, one daughter, Mrs. Glen Hunger, one son Win Henry Cowley. Mrs. Cowley was 41 years of age, she professed faith in Christ when she was fourteen years old, her life was an open book' to all, she was a loving wife and mother, always had a pleasant smite nnd kind word for all whom she came in contact with Her maiden name was Mary Simtucky. mons, daughter of Sash Simmons. Fun Since the society at Cloverport will be eral was held nt Sandy Hill, Friday after known as the llreckiuridge County chap- - noon at 3, o'clock. Rev. J. R. Kyzar ter of the Red Cross, it has been suggest conducted the services A large conby Mrs, W, I. Piggott, of Irvington, ' course of friends gathered to pay their eg ;it the towns in the county who are de last respects to this loved one. The ;..rsD doing Red Cross work, lorin at large extends sympathy to the icinclis of the Cloverport chapter. bereaved ones. No. 1. By In Training Sergeant Alexander McClintock, Ball., Canadian Gren. Guards. 1917, D. C. At., 871b Overseas Copyright, by the Bell dicate, Inc. Syn- ' Officers Elected. Pending the organization, the women elected the following officers, who are to be sanctioned by the board of trustees: Mrs, W. H. Bowmer, Cliiirman; Mrs H N. Wood, Vice Chairman; B. Phelps, Treasurer; Miss Klizabeth Skillman, Secretary J The chairman appoiuteil the executive Ju 'committee which includes: Mcsdamcs 1 Harry Newsom, S. P. Conrad, Bei, Ktdgeway, Ilyrn bevers, rrauk ferry. Mkh T. Reid, A. N. Couch, Wick DeHaven RtJ. P Keith, P. M smith, Prank English ,'lChas. Satterfield, Conrad Sippel, Chris Brabandt, Frank Payne, Misses Marga-'v- i Carter, Margaret Burn and Mildred laUabbage. Hi'p military relief committee will be :d of: Mrs. Harry Newsom, ;ilau; Mesdames bam r, Conrad, Ridgeway, Byrne Severs and Miss argaret Burn. Membership committee: Mrs. Prank Ferry, chairman; Mesdames L T. Reid, A. N. Couch, Wick DeHaven, I,arkin Gibson ana Miss Margaret Carter. Publicity committee: Miss Leonora McGavock and Miss Mildred Babbage, 'chairmen; Mesdames Prank Mattingly, S M. Smith, Prank English, Leon Mc ' Uivock, Marion Weatherholt, and Jas. I sonalityaudan nfFablemaimerth.it will be a valuable asset to him in his political career. He no doubt inherits his taste for politics from his mother, who at one tune was prominent in the Juvenile Mrs. David Court work in Louisville. The News wishes him success in his J campaign. Robertson-Beard Quiet Home Wedding. The marriage of Miss Uleanor Robertson and Mr Marvin Davidson Beard, of Hardiusburg, Ky , was solemnized quietly, Saturday June 23, at high noon at the houiipf the bride's, Mr, and Mrs. Benjamin J Robertson, on Fourth Street. The Rev. Arthur Kasey, pastor of the Methodist Temple, performed the ceremony in the presence of the two immediate families The several reception rooms were charmingly decorated in quantities of Dorothy Perkins roses, blue cornflowers and daisies. The ceremony was performed in the living room before a prie dieu, which was entwined with Dorothy Perkins roses tied with cornflower tulle 1 ue unue, wiio was given 111 marriage by her father, wore an exquisite hand made frock of pale pink crepe Mentoue made on straight lines and carried a French bouquet of Mrs. Ward roses, cornflowers and lillies of the valley. Following the ceremony there was an informal luncheon and the dining room, where the bridal table was placed, the motif of pale pink and blue was artis licauy carried out. 1 lie table Had as a centerpiece a tall French basket filled with roses and cornflowers and tied with blue tulle. Mr. and Mrs. Beard took a motor trip to French Lick Springs, where they will spend several days before going to Hardiusburg, where they will make their home. brdrey. Memberb Enrolled. There were fifty names enrolled for nemembership, the membership fee be One of the ng one' dollar or more members headed the list of the member-ihl- p dollar sub fund with a twenty-fiv- e I FOREWORD. Hero is a literary product which is at onco an admirable example of the force of simple realism in the description of things which are difficult of ordinary comprehension, and a handbook and guide for every prospective soldier of our armies. Sergeant McClintock has not written stokes about the tear. He has written the war itself, reducing it, one might ilmost say, to .words of one syllable, vet bringing to the reader's viae, clear-11-1 and vividly, the various aspects of the great struggle, hidden to all except the man who is actually a part of it. Ills contribution to the history of the war must be classed as one which shines with a new light. It is fascinating In its simplicity, yet thrilling in its convincing detail. It leads one, with cvcrgroivlng and compelling interest, from a casual conversation in a hotel in A'cio York through scenes of strife and Hood and thrilling conflict to the moment when, the King and queen of England came to the bedside of a Kentucky youth in a London hospital to thank him in the name of their nation for his services in the cause which wo have now come to recognize as that of world humanity. Sergeant McClintock received the Distinguished Conduct medal before leaving Eh gland for home on leave, lie ia returning to accept a commission in the "Boys, for God's cake don't call me Harry. Here comes tho general!" Canadian overseas forces. The story i told in McClintock' s own unadorned rnent, call It what you will. The rest way. of my story Is n simple relation of facts nnd occurrences In the order In luy claim to being much of my notlco and hapwhich writer, nnd up till now I havo pened they came to n never felt the call to write any tlowly to me. It may stnrt on dijj-n- little nnd Jerkily, Just as wo ot thing about my experiences with the knowing what was coming to usv-- , Canadian troops In Belgium and like to add that It got quite hot enough Franco, because I have realized that fo suit me later several times. Theren great many other men saw qulto as fore, as my effort Is going to be to much as I did and could beat mo telling about It. Of course I believed that :nrry you right along with me in this !ccount c my experiences, don't be my experience was worth rolaUngj'nnd Continued on page 6 thought that the matter published In tho newspaper.- by professional writ ers sort of missed tho essential.-- ) nnd lacked tho spirit of the "ditches" In n good runny ways In spite of Its excellent literary style, but I didn't see nny reason why it was up to uio to uialto an effort as u wnr historian until now. Now there ia n reason, as I look nt It. I believe I can show tho two or three millions of my follow countrymen who will be "out there" before this war Is over what they are b'oing to be up ugalnst and what they ought to prepare for personally and Individually. That In ns fur as I nm going to go In the way of excuse, explanation or com- I HAWHSVILLH, Ky , July 3.-- Fire of unknown origin totally destroyed the grain elevator of the Ilawcsville Elevator company about IU30 o'clock last night. The loss is estimated at $15,000 with $2,000 insurance. The elevator was owned by a corporation, Bullitt & Bui itt of Louisville being the principal stockholders. George Bently of this place, nnd manager of the Lancaster Loose Leaf house of Owensboro also owned some stock in the concern. The fire was discovered by people living at Cauueltoti across the river, anjl the nlarm was spread ky the sounding of whistles on that side of the river. The blaze damaged telephone and' telgraph farmer. The funeral services were wires to the extent that nil outside coheld last Sunday afternoon, at the mmunication was cut off for several hours McQuady Baptist church, attended by a large concourse of friends. Baptist W. M. S. Holds air. onrewsoerrys wne, wno was Miss Nancy Ball, and two children snr All Day Meeting Fourth. vive him. Mr. Mat Shrewsberry, 0110 of the leading farmers in the McQuady neighborhood, died at his home near that place Saturday at the age of 72. 'Mr. Shrewsbury came to this country from Virginia, when a young man, and went to farming, and has been closely identified with the farming Interests of the county ever since. Ho was a fine tobacco raiser: dealt some in stock, and took a great interest In farm products generally. He was well known by the peole of Hardlnsburg, and in that section of the county. Mr. Shrewsberry, took considerable Interest in public matters, and was al ways on hand to lend his aid and in fluence in things that Interested the lat Has a New Dodge. Dr. Jessie Baucurr. traded his Ford Car for a Maxwell some time ago and now he has recently purchased a new five passenger Dodge. Dr. Bacum Is keeping up with the style of having more than one car at your disposal. Miss Mary McGavock Takes "First Aid" Training. Miss Mary McGavock who has been visiting Miss Mary Gibson In Louisville for a month, left there Monday and went to Evansville to spend six weeks with her cousin, Miss Ara Williams. While in Evansville, Miss McGavock and Miss Williams will take a six week course in Aid" training eiven by the Red Cross Society of that city. During the spring and summer the Society has been giving four courses in the different phases of "First Aid" to the Injured, work for the benefit of the girls who wanted to assist in Red Cross nursing. The "First Aid" girls can only be assistants In nursing. To become a Red Cross nurse, It takes five years training. "r-lrs- Hardiusburg, July 7, (Special). The Baptist Missionary Society, of Harned, spent the Fourth with Mrs. Lou Smith and daughter, Miss Maud Smith. It is the custom of this society to spend the day once a year with their members, who are not permitted to attend their meetings regularly. They came at teh. o'clock, Wednesday morning, with welt filled baskets. The forenoon was spent socially. After a picnic dinner one of the members, who brought her kodak, took the pictures, At two o'clock the meeting was called to order by Mrs. Tom Gregory, the appointed leader for this month. The sub ject was "Personal Service". Miss Jen nie Payne gave a talk on what the Bible teaches 011 this subject. Mrs. Brown read an interesting paper on what "Personal Service" meant to her Before the close of the meeting each one present had given talks on this interesting subject. It was a day of spiritual uplift to every one present. There were sixteen present. All expressed themselves as having spent an enjoyable day, and left with a promise that it would be repeated Bewley-Hilliard j , Bew-Hil- Lettuce Grown From. Seed Raised in France. I" iption. ri, ter jBesides the officers and those on the ("various committles, the following mem bers were enrolled: Messrs J. C. Nolle, ' Ben Ridgeway. David Phelps, and Chas. jLlghtfoot; Mesdames Forrest Lightfoot, '.J, D. Babbage, Wick Moorman, A R. OiFbher, J C. Nolte, Helen Adams, John 3urn, Shelby Conrad, John Jarboe, A A. Simons; bailie Moorman, II A. Uelze, Leonard Oelze, James Pitch, Amos Board of Hardiusburg, Kdward Bowne, Harry Williams, of Nashville, and M, I., Dyer; Misses Martha Willis, Olivia Fallon, Mary Owen Oelze, and Edith Bum, MRS. GEO. NEWMAN TAKENSUDDENLY. Stricken With She went Into the house and summonds Prominent Physician Moves to Kansas. While Working. Mattingly. Heart Disease Lived Near Mrs. Geo. H. Newman, wife of Geo. H, Newman, who lives on a farm near Dr. Ernest C. McDonald, Mrs. Mc- Mattlnglvi Ky., died suddenly on MonDonald and their little daughter Miss Red Cross Headquarters. day, July, and. Mrs Newman was In McDonald, left Tuesday The headquarters for the Red Cross Bdlth Plank the yard transplanting some vines for Pittsburg, Kans., where Dr, McSociety will be in the vacant store room after the rain the nitfbt before when will locate as .1 general practiDonald ou Main Street which is owned by Mrs, she was taken with a pain in her heart. tioner. HV,A..,.Oeilie', who offered the room gratis. After graduating from the Louisville will be a meeting at the head- There Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'- - Medical University, Dr. McDonald came Miters, here and was a partner with the late ck. All the officers, members, and as y men and women as are interested Dr. A. A. Simons. He was considered of the lathe work of the Red Cross, are urged one of. the leading physiclant business city and was proraiunnt In I Attend this meeting. circles. His new field will bs larger and more lucrative. i her husband and before a physician or any neighbors could get to her, she had passed away. Mrs. Newman was forty- ' nine years old. She was a self sacrific ing, lovmtr mother and a devoted wife. Her loss will be keenly felt in her home and in the community. The funeral and interment took place Tuesday at the Hyan Family Grave-yar- d. Services were conducted' by Rev. C. L. Goff. Mrs. Newman is survived by her husband, Harry Newman and Luclle Newman, one sister, Mrs N. N Newman, Mattingly, two broth ers, T. I Ryan, Mattingly and Sere. C. C. Ryan who is stationed la the regular army. ns Cunningham !nes ; Candidate For Magistrate. N, Cuuniugham, an employee H. St. L. R. R., and whose Is in Louisville, has launched out k' be, political world for the first time a candidate tor Magistrate in the gth Magisterial District, of Louis- i, subject to the action of the Repub- party. )fr Cunningham is an exceptionally It young man, possessed with a per- - Cox-Jarb- oe ' Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jarboe of this city have received the announcement of the marriage of their sou, Mr. John Felix Jarboe and Miss Adeline Cox of Spring field, Ky. The wedding took place in Chicago at the home of the bride's sister Mrs, L D. Lindsay, at 4:30 o'clock Sat urday afternoon, July, 7, 1917. Mr and Mrs. Jarboe will live in Min- - ' ueapolls, Miuu. Edward Gregory has cultivated a bed of lettnee this season which he is patlcularly proud of, because of the fact that the seed came from France. Mr. Gregory Intends to let most of the lettuce goto seed so as to distribute the seed In this country. it Is a variety or head lettuce and grows to be as large as an ordinary size head of cabbage, the leaves are Making Good On long, slender and very brittle. The His New Farm. flavor is very much like the American head lettuce. Foote who purchased a Mr. E. $0,000 .farm near Basin Sprites last year, cleared $1700 over and above exTeachers Institute. penses on his first year's crop. This The Breckinridge County Teachers year's crop promises to be better than Institute will convene at the county last. This week, Mr. Foote will thrash seat on Monday August 6, 1917 and re- thirty acres of wheat which will yield main in session five full duys. Dr. five hundred bushels besides he hat Charles Evans, of Oklohoma, Instruc thirty five acres in corn, forty-sihogs tor. All teachers holding a certificate and twelve head of cattle. Re raised In the county and all parties contem his hogs, cattle nnd his feed. Mr. plating taking the teachers examina- Foote Is a progressive young farmer. tion during the school year will be re quired, by law, to attend the full sesVisiting Her Daughter. sion of this Institute, Trustees will please notify all teachers In their resMrs. U. J. Krcbs, Irvington, Vwas In pective districts, as Is required by law, Louisville Saturday and spent Sunday J. W. Trent, Superintendent. p with her daughter, Mrs. Forrest and family. Mr. Krcbs spent Cloverport Boy the Fourth In Louisville and reports a fine, jolly visit, ftn Krebs usually "Somewhere" in France. has a good time when he goes to Louisville. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. O, Willis have reclv-e- d a cablegram, from their son, Moor-roa- n Big Shipment of Willis who Is with Company F, 20ih Infantry troop of the U, S. A. The Lambs and Cattle. message was sent from somewi.ere In i , Frauce nnd just stated: "Arrived nnd Paul Wilson, shipped from Irvington well," recently, three car loads of live stock valued at $5,000, This stock was bouBig Tractor Breaking Plow. ght from farmers around Irvington. The lambs brought i6c. Ginger BanMr. John Monarch a progressive far-m- dy sold 24 head 2O7O lbs., R. 8, Dandy of the Kirk neighborhood, 14 bead IO75 lbs., Fred Trlplctt 8 head purchased Monday a 20 horse power 64O lbs., Dr. Walker 3 head 370 lbs., tractor breaking plow, It has three Mrs. E8le Bandy 11 head 81O lbe.. 14 Inch plows, Mr. Monarch has ISO Jonai Lyons I3 head cattle tsH each, acres to break for wheat and to do this John Hlmmons 3 head at $53.30, S.'J. ' ' Simmons 3 head for f I9I. had to call in the aid of a tractor. Beau-chamar The marriage of Mrs. Melissa D. lly of Irivingtou, Ky., nnd Mr. J J iard of Columbus, Ohio was solemnized at the bride's home near Irvington, the Rev. R. E. Reeves officiating. Those present were: Mrs. Rhoda Dow- ell, mother of the bride, Mr. and 'Mrs. George Dowell, Mr. and Mrs S. C. Dow-el- l, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stith, Mrs. James Bandy, Mrs J Sipes, Mr. and Mrs. Thur- man Dowell, Mrs. Lon Dowell, Mrs. Hu bert Bandy, Mrs. R E. Reeves and Misses Ruth Dowell and Jane Jausou. - V Mia COME AND bRING THE FAMILY GREAT GALA TIME CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, JULY 26, 27 AND 28, 191 Wedding's Drug Store Prescription Specialists Cloverport, :- Come and See Our C. W. HAMMAN Established br M. Hammin I860 A. P. HAMMAN -: Kentucky Tle Penslar Store Toilet Preparations, Perfumes Talcum Powders Ladies' Ready-to-WeDepartment ar M. HAMMAN SON & CO. Furniture Dealers, Funeral Directors and Embalmers Kentucky and Indiana License Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets, Eastman Kodaks, Metz Automobiles, Sew ing Machines, Baby Buggies, Reach and Spalding Sporting Goods, Bicycles and Supplies. During ' tlx e Chautauqua Ladies' Waists, Sport Suits and Wash Skirts ALL AT A BIG SAVING Cut Flowers and Designs for Funerals and other occasions SANITARY SODA FOUNTAIN Ice Cream, Ices, Cold Drinks GOLDEN RULE STORE CLOVERPORT, KY. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY CONRAD SSPPEL THE SHOE MAN T. A. CARTER & BRO. Confectionery and Bakery Wholesale and Retail Marion Weatherholt Phone 50 Cloverport, Kentucky SHOES With Quality, Style and Comfort Auto and Bicycle Service Station EVERYTHING IN SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION Phone 102 Shoe Repairing a Specially CLOVERPORT, KY. BUILDING MATERIAL Oils, Paints, Varnishes Electrical Supplies Cloverport, Kentucky DR. JESSE BAUCUM Permanent Dentist THE BANK OF SECURITY SERVICE CONTENTMENT BREGKINRiDGE BANK OF Enjoy Yourself at the Chautauqua Remember Us When in Need of Cloverport. TELEPHONE: : Office 3G-- : Kentucky Residence 5G Something Good to Eat and Wear WHILE VISITING THE CHAUTAUQUA HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPH MADE C. G. B Photographer Cloverport, Kentucky A. B. SKILLMAN, CLOVERPORT Cloverport, Ky. President PAUL LEWIS, J. C. NOLTE & BRO, CLOVERPORT, KY. I Cashier l tvrrj iiw x. rf w. , .x li'W! . r . x ix. i uvi ri.t i n u M ai rv. vu a..ratraBi ' xiaaauiill v H v in ht r i v' jiibNanxj irir r rmwir mj luiwW9vV -- ri m - u (itfiw v i ii.aia ivaiv i w -- j irnaai i 11 RTnrH 11 Ma's nA jrriv i A tt ! fcM- - h' m ?bk fr n w aai w mii . i k i i i .h c& ir xi in i if 1 -- (I. S. TAKES OVER EXPORTS GONTBO UWa Ullil 10 I Lenso's Royal Italian Band Coming for Chautauqua UUUO llljif OUUJuUI V'-J- Z LlCGilSi.lg. Wwgsr 4$L m i Bh-h-i , m Protect There's no surer way of pro- than OB j banking your cash. The men with money in bank is prepared for a business reverse or loss of position. Cash in bank gives him a new grip on life. Deposit your surplus cash now. Don't waste it. Don't delay. You'll be surprised to see how an account grows. See us today about an m ,. HOME NEEDS All GOME FIRST MliliStelSI wm' MmMmmWM ill Embargo on Sixty Days on Coal Determined Food Shipments For May Result Firm Grip and Fuels Has Been Upon. kMiL. . mv mWmm(m , Washington, July 9. Iy the action of President Wilson In Issuing a . i - 1 ii it... if i .. In a statement accompanying the of our Chautauqua, came to this country after graduating from the Conservatory of San Pietro .Malclla of Naples, Italy. For six years he has been at the head of his own band, playing In and around New York. This Is his first trip with his band west of the Alleghcnlcs. Lcnzo Is in point of yenrs only a boy. but he has already established his reputation as an Incomparable leader. Though not quite music and at the same time cater to the love of popular numbers and tho season's latest hits. It is expected that ono of the most popular numbers on tho program will be the "Welfare March," composed by Signor Jno. Franco nnd dedicated by him to tho Welfare Chautauquas. An unusual feature of tho band Is the string orchestra. SIg. Franco is the soloist playing upon tho peculiar Instrument called by tho Italians the "Wlzzard." This strange and marvel ous Instrument is played llko a xylophone, but Is made of strings and resembles a harp or zither. Sig. Franco is a mechanical as well as a musical genius. He constructed his instrument with his own hands. tho government's policy will he first to clve consideration to American 'laeeds; next, to meet as far as possible the requirements of the alliec, ana lastly to supply me neuirui tuim-trie- s It Is wherever practlcahle. made clear that every effort will lie made to see that no supplies reach the central powers. The commodities named in the list put under control are coal, coke, fuel, oils, kerosene and gasoline, Including bunkers; food grains, flour and 'meal, fodder and feeds, meats and fats; pig Iron, steel billets, ship plates and structural shapes, scrap Iron and fertiscrap steel; lizers, arms, ammunition and explosives. The Inclusion of foodstuffs In the proclamation lends color to statements that the administration Is considering the advisability of a omplete embargo for sixty days on all food shipments to give the country 'time to ascertain the amount of its supplies and to give allied and neutral countries an opportunity to present a full program of their requirements. The president. In his statement, said the government was trying first to ameliorate present food conditions and conditions that are expect2d to arlso between now and the next harvest. Many officials, alarnisd at tho wheat shortage and the heavy .lrain the allies and neutrals are making on every kind of American food supplies, are urging an immediate embargo on food shipments. Through control of coal and fuels tho government Intends to take a firm grasp on the situation. An atr.ue-meunder negotiation will glv? tho American and British governments control not only of allied tonnago but of neutral vessels as well. Control of Iron and stel wa3 matlo on tho liv war demai'.cki .nonras-ri- iron and steel Industries. A shortage of steel In this country Is threat-tie- d because of the large amount that is being diverted to munitions manurno turo and the constntctlon of the gov.lapnn's ernment's merchant fleet. heavy purchases of steel plates for merchant ship building made necessary that plates bo put under control. Specific regulations govcrnlm; food exports and shipments of other commodities named In tho list are expected to bo Issued hy the president within a few dajs. ICveu If a complete embargo is not placed on food exports for a time it Is known irnny restrictions will be made. The council, comprising three Cabinet members and the food administrator, are drawing up a program to be submitted to the Piesldent To feel strong, have good appetite and digestion, sleep souudly and enjoy life, use Durdock Blood Ditters, the family system tonic. Price 81.00. v.yiviyK The Farmers Bank, Louisville, Henderson - Hardinsburg, Ky. as eccentric as Creatore, he creates considerable amusement by his Imitations of the great band master. Of the band wo can truthfully say that it Is "The Illggest Little Hand In America." Every player is an accomplished soloist. Their ensemble will Signor Anthony Lcnzo, who directs do credit to n band of .thirty pieces. tho Hoyal Italian Hand, which will The snap, dash, fire and feeling is all give two concerts on the second day there. They play the masterpieces of & St. Louis By. Co. DAILY TO ST. LOUIS 8:35 a. m., 9:48 p. m. At Cloverport, Born July 5th to the wife of Jesso Parks, a daughter, Alma lilnora. For sale- - Tobacco sprayers, and Paris Green. Irvington Hardware t Co., Irvincton. Ernest Payne and sister, Ada Pearl visited Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keys at West Point, Saturday and Sunday. Ben Hardin, the Lodiburg correspondent Is not much improved. Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Parks and baby of Frymlre spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parks. Carlt Payne and family visited their sister, Mrs. Ed Robertson of Mystic. Mrs. Adolph Sellg and sons of C.oio rado, visited her cousin Mrs. Chas. Payne last week. Protracted meeting begins at Walnut Grove Monday night after the fiifth Sunday in July. Misses Alma and Lcra Keys, Dell anil Willie Mao Dearon, Ruby Payne, and Vanda Robortson, Messrs Hoscoe Deacon, Hobart Keys, Harlan Robertson, Eldon Parr, and Walker West and wife composed a fishing party July 1th that spent the day near "dry beds" on stoking creek, they reported a line time but few lllsh. Alaska Hardin and son Joseph Dear-woo- d and sister Miss Annie Hardin of St. Louis, Mo., were called home to be with their father, Mr. B. F. Hardin who was stricken with paralysis. Mrs. Edgar Compton of Evansville Ind., is visiting her parents Mr. and Imp-lemen- July 26, 27 and 28, 1917 at- EVANSVILLE 8:35 a. m., 5:05 p. m., 9:48 p. m. sherbert and good music nt the Hank building. Every one is invited to tend. Mrs. D II. Clapp nnd three chi'dren Martha, Robert, and Mary Huron of Palestine Tex , are guests of her parents Mr anil Mrs. R. G. Robertson; Miss I.afie Moorman is spending a few days with her sister Mrs J R. Meadorat Cloverport. Ky. HONESTY IS STILL THE BEST POLICY Truth PULLMAN PULLMAN SLEEPERS SLEEPERS L., H. & ST. L. RY. High-Class Stranger Than Fiction Coaches City Ticket Office: Observation Parlor Cars TENTH AND BROADWAY Administrators Notice. and Spreads Faster. TRAINS LEAVE UNION STATION Fourth and Main LODIBURG Mrs. Wm. Parr, who was quite sick last week is much improved. Mrs. Asia Hardin is improving after several days illness. Mrs. Sam Brown aud children of Louisville are visiting at Lodlburif. Mrs. Will Gibson visited her brother Ben Hardin last week. The Walnut Grove school opened Monday with Miss Clyde Severs of Union Star as teacher. Miss Llsba Basham visited Gladys Sketo Sunday. Mrs. Nap Robertson spent last week with her son Malcolm, of Frymlre. Any one having claims against or Burrel Biard, iltcsnst-i- l wil ASK THESE TAB LAG USERS present same propsrlv proven to the undersigned fur payment on or belore Sept. 1, I9I7. . Many persons think testimonials for Tajlur Heard Admr. advertised iikmIIHiiim tire fakes. Tim-l- a e Is a lonii- - too yvell knoyvti to to need any fnkc testimonial McDANlELS Writers of T.uilae advertising do dot iltiote people living in other states. Crops are looking reasonably yvell in They give you the mimes and nihlress-e- s this part of the country. of your own friends, neighbors and Several from here attended the preach-iu- g aeciitiiliituuee.s right here in the good old Blue Grass state. service at Calvert Sunday night. This advertisement hasn't n .word to Miss Irene llradley is visiting relatives say for Tnnlae. All it does Is give you in Leitclifield. a list of people right here in this state Rev. Ilogard yvas the guest of Rev. to whom you may yvrlte for particulars about Tnnlae. Maybe you knoyv some anil Mrs. Allen Saturday. of these: Spencer is spending the week end Jim LUDLOW-M- w. Wain Scott. in Owensboro. GEORGETOWN James Syvitzer. Thomas Cannon motored to Clarkson, NICIIOLASVILLE W. E. Downing. PAIUS-M- rs. Wednesday. Eliza Nichols. Mrs. Lou Curran. Mr. Dill Storms sold five fine steers to CYNTIIIANA BELMONT .Mrs. George Mlley. Willie Cannon, Wednesday. STEARNS A. L. Strunk. Zack Gannawsy was in town Thursday. COOPEK-- G. Mrs Adam Basham. C. Coffey. E. Bl.xlcr. Lon Glasscock anil his daughter, Lil- VEUSAILLES-.- M. C. Hodge. lian, motored to Hardinsburg, Thursday. HODGENV1LLE-.- M. Administrator's Notice. L. Brown. PKINCETON-- K. Joe Parson of Leitclifield, was in L. Wesley. JOYCE-- II. Friday. All persons having claims against the DOVEU-- .I. A. Hughes. Thomas Cannon, Fred Cannon, and estate of Mrs. Kate Oglesby, deceased, MONTICEI.LO .1. M. Phillips. will present them, duly proven, on or Elbridge Glasscock motored to Hardins PARADISE- - E. (!. Shull. before August 1, 1017, to the under- burg, Thursday, VUOVIDENOE-M- rs. Isalicllu Wynn. signed administrator of her estate, at rviNC'IIi:STKK-.- I. T. Goolmtin. DAWSON SPRINGS J. II. Goodaker. Cloverport, Ky. P1KEVILLE A. D. nine. E. B. Oglesby, AL7.l'.Y-.- T. E. Powell. Administrator. Mr. anil Mrs. Herman .Galloway ami OAKLAND Mrs. O. A. Blewctt. sisUr, Suda Galloway visited Miss May PERKY VILLE- - L. S. Wmle. CANKY Mrs. Dorothy- - Keith. Ilines, the week end GLEN DEAN Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Tucker from KILGOUE- I. W. Colter. Tunlue 1ms het'cCteil till the folks Noile Ashley and wife spent July 4tU Hurued, anil Mr and Mrs Piuly Gallo- limned above, uml all tiro nmdy to sny way, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Tucker with relatives near Vanzant. good yvoid for It any time. Ask Sunday. I hem. Rev. Meng was in Louisville last week. Rev. Noah liasham, visited friends ami Can be bought here a WeiMlftE'l Urus S'ore and at Klncht toe'a Platmacy. Il.idin.buig, Ky. Frank and Mary Joe Counter are ex- relatives in Leitclifield, and Shrewsbury, pected soon to visit their grandfather, last week. ' J. C. Mattingly. Mr. and Mrs Crave Smith, aud child- and Sunday, Miss Katy Aldridge visittd friends in Mrs. T. M. Powell visited her daughter ren visited Mr. and Mrs. Riley Tucker, Kingswood last yveek. Sunday. Mrs. John Triplett recently. Jess Clark, went to Darned Wednesday, Misses Ada and Calla Pile anil Messrs Mr. and Mrs, J. II. Hoskin spent the Mr, and Mrs. Rhode Lamptoii, visited week end in I'ordsville visiting relatives. Henry Ha es nnd Parsoti Pile, attended Baptist Ladies Aid have been success- the short- at Hardinsburg, Saturday Mr. anil Mrs. Lee Tucker, at Darned, Sunday. ful selling ice cream and Sherbert. Sat- night. Mrs, Lee Glasscock, and sou Lester Riley Ilashatu and daughter visited urday July 14 Is a special day anil evening. Lemonade, Cake, ice cream and visited Mr. and Mrs. Abe Deck, Saturday Rev. and Mrs. liasham, Thursday. -- Both Phones R. F. PENN, T. P. A. 1134 E. M. WOMACK, G. P. A. H. L. SWEENEY, C. P. A. LOUISVILLE, KY. CHANCES TO SAVES Offered Through e The Breckenridge News 1 Si By carefully reading the advertisements in The M00K -- Breckenridge News you can often save money on your purchases. The things you need may be offered just a little bit cheap- er today than they will be at any other time all this summer j M j 11 1 he new rug for the parlor, the new dining room table, the new suit, the sack of Hour, the pair a of shoes or the new hat may be advertised j 1 ft S at a .saving worth while to the most discriminating buyer of the day Don't lay this paper down until you have read every advertisement in its columns. Economi-ca- l people do their buying through advertising and they are putting money in the bank by so doing. CAnfV'VoeUfiJERSTANP?! Ssp-- i- iNOWWtnrVf) HERBERT SCENE ftENflN$) a n AMP KISS HIM! TtlltO-l- L WHtfsL 7 . InKT-NQIj1 a QUI uFnuy "Soil ! The. Breckenridge Cloverport, Kentucky MnuiA BlL 111 sals TH E BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN D. BABBAGE, Editor and Publisher years old thia month nnd is Tho Hreckt'iiridgo News is forty-two- . still susviving under tho high cost of paper, but wo don't see many fried chickens on the table. Wo will soon have to establish ''Safety Zones'' street crossing regulations and parking places if wo get many more "flivvers" in our ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1917 city. Remember the Chautauqua will be the big event in our town this summer. It. will be July 2C 27 and 28. Come and bring your family Those who did not get a chance to buy a Liberty spring, will possibly havo a chance in the fall. The County Fair is on EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charced for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. m 1 ! ft If Bond thif l 629 "- July and 20, at Hardinsburg. individual Government. "- chafed Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. KED CROSS SOCIETY. Wo are glad thnt Cloverport is rallying to tlio causo and organ ieing a lied Cro.s Society. Thanks bo to the patriotic women of our town who havo mude it possible. This will bo tho first Ked Cross Society for Breckinridge county and if there are no other branches formed from the society, no doubt every man, woman and child in tho county will feel it their patriotic duty to becomo a member of tho Breckinridge County Hcd Cross Society and wear a Ked Cross button, Don't make yourself conspicious by not wearing a button! The Ked Cross is one of the most humane organizations in the country. It is an International society and under tho restrictions of the" government, therefore it means something for us to havo a Ked Cross Society in our town. Tho purpose of the Ked Cross is to support tho physicians and nurses, who are at tho front caring for tho wounded soldiers. It also provides in a measure for the dependents of tho soldiers who are killed in battle. If we are desirous of our American soldiers having tho best care and attention that can possibly be given them, it behooves us to get busy and supply the adequate means whereby these' things may bo had. If wo haven't any one who is near and dear to us in tho war, pos sibly our next door neighbor has, and when wo stop and think of the Golden Kule, wo cannot conscientiously do otherwise than to help and be thankful for the opportunity our part towards our fellow-mathat we can do our bit in this great war. n "Every board has numbered the cards in its jurisdiction." Lists show IN PRIMARY ELECTION ing the names of persons in the jurls die. ion of each board and the red Ink number of each card are open to in The following Is a list of candidates to apectlon at the office of each board. be voted for in the Primary Election to Inspect the list and Inform yourself of be held in Breckinridge County, Ken- your red Ink serial number. tucky, on Saturday, August 4th, 1oi7, as they will appear on the Official Judge Moorman Is Real under the proper Devices: izing On His Vision. Democrats Judge Moorman was smiling Mon day over a sale of the first product from his farm. He sold IS tons of hay from the mower at $13.50 and $ls, pei ton and was well pleased with the sale The Judge is another young farmer with a vision. Far State Senator BROOKS WRIGHT II. II. HARRINGTON D. M. DUNCAN GTJS W. RICHARDSON W. A. STITH For Jailor ROE HOOK LON J. MATTINGLY TICE HENDRICK Justice of the Peace (3rd Magisterial District) EDWARD J. STAMvMAN S. D. COX LIST OF CANDIDATES It is not assumed by the KEEP YOUR MO IN OUR BANK AND HAVE PEACE OF MIND mj-'S- WHY DO YOU KEEP YOUR MONEY IN YOUR POCKET, OR YOUR HOUSE, WHEN THERE IS A SAFE PLACE, LIKE OUR BANK. TO PROTECT IT? WHEN YOUR MONEY IS IN YOURHOUSE THERE IS A TEMPTATION TO SPEND IT. WHEN IT IS IN OUR BANK THERE IS A TEMPTATION TO ADD TO IT. YOU HAVE PEACE OF MIND WHEN YOUR MONEY IS SAFE. PUT IT IN OUR BANK. COME TO OUR BANK .Milwaukee has cea?ed to bo proud of its reputation for thn "Beer that Made Milwaukee Famous." In a recent publication of the by products of that city, it is curious to note that not a word is said of the manufacturing of beer or any other beverages. We notice several exchanges over the State aro renouncing whiskey ads from now on, but there arc still a few more who aro not willing to turn them down. Whenever they do, it will not be long before Kentucky will be "bone dry." Republicans Tagore on American Women. Women who want something very special mid violent in their surround' Ings to keep their Interests active prove Uielr poverty of life. Apparently numbers of women as well as men in this country condemn U10 things that aro commonplace. They are always ban kerlng after something which is out of tho common, straining their powers to produce a spurious kind of original! ty that merely surprises, though It may not satisfy. But such efforts are not a real sign of vitality. On the contrary, I think that they have been o cause of much of tho unhealthluess In your society. Hablndrannth Tagore In Ladies' Homo Journal. A steeplechase horse, '1'be Chandler, is reported by the "Book of Wonders" to havo covered thirty-nin- e feet In a single leap at Warwick, England, a few years ago. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. Total Assets Over $850,000.00 We Offer You Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods Positively AT COST! CLOSING OUT ALL For Representative JONAS A. GRAY ROY J. CAIN County Judge S. B. PAYNE ANDREW DRISKELt, Superintendent of Schools C. M PAYNE J. R. MEADOR HARNED Miss Bessie Milner was the week end guest of her niece, Miss Maxine Aid-ridg- e. Show Your Public Spirit Patronize and enjoy our For Jailor NICK WEBSTER JULIUS B. JACKSON AUSTIN ARMS ABE MEADOR 1 State of Kentucky WELFARE CHAUTAUQUA Three Big Days of Music Uct. Lectures & Entertainment Cloverport, Ky. Thursday, Friday, Saturday County of Breckinridge J I. C. V. Robertson. Clerk of the Breck inridge County Court, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and cor rect list of names of Candidates who have complied with the Primary Election bam Law by filing their Notification, list contains onlv the names of Candi dates wh re there are two or more Candi dates for nomination to the same office. The law does not require names of Candidates who have no opposition to appear on the Primary Ballot. mobile. Given under my hand, this lotli day of July, I9I1. C. V. Robertson, Clerk, Breckinridge County Court. Hook-Webber Mr. and Mrs. Field Tucker nnd daughter Miss Katie Tucker, Owensboro were guests of relatives here and at West View last week. Rev. Robt. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson and daughters Misses Katurah and Christina, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Alexander and children were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Crume last Sunday. Miss Ora Black visited her sister Mrs. Wilbur Pile last week. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Macy motored to West View Saturday evening. Misses Gola and Lillian Robinson were dinner guests ot Misses Bessie Milnei and Maxine Aldridge Sunday. Little AUiene Drane is on the sick list. Miss Lucy Baura, McQuady who has been staying with Mrs. Mack Crews was called home Monday on account of her mother being ill. G P. Macy has purchased an auto I Mens and Boys' Suits and Odd Pants y These are all staple goods and you are going to miss a real bargain if you do not take advantage of this sale. All Low Cuts at Cost in White, Tan and Black Panama and Straw Hats are also going at cost Children's and Misses' July 26, 27 1 28 A Concerning Season Tickets Adults $1.25; Youths (six to sixteen) 75c. season ticket admits to all sessions, and is Ilardmsbure, July 9, (Special) Miss Christine Hook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hook, of Kedlands, Cal., and Mr. Fred Weber, of Decatur, led., were married at St. Romaulds church Monday morning at seven o'clock at High Mass by Rev. James T. Norman, The bride was attired in a green silk poplin coat suit ar.il wore a corsage bouquet of pink roses and lilies of the valley. The attendants were Miss Margaret Ryan, who wore a blue silk dress and a corsage bouquet of brides roses, and Mr. Lawrence of Decatur. Breakfast was served at the home of the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Lizzie McGary, immediately after the ceremony to the bridal patty. Mrs. Weber formerly resided here on a visit for several months. She want ed to be married at the home of her childhood. Misses Manle and Ottie McGary, aunts of the bride, gave & reception at their home Monday evening. MB II I I I IB Ready-Mad- e I ft Dresses 35c and 45c 2 That sold for 60c now going at I 5 Also a nice line of Dress Goods Going that is Q at Cost g I I I On the Minute ill and everv meal on time. That's the beauty of New Perfection cooking. It's the Long Blue Chimney that does it No flrrfl In lmllil nf down No soot, no ashes, no delay. f Tl. xr... n fast or slow as you like. Visible fl11 that stays put TTlVERY meal delicious II I I 1 Q wfi at II D II II! A 9E ! I ft N. H. Quiggins Telephone 70-- W I I Single Admissions Adults, 25c; youths 15c. . Evenings: Adults 35c; (except the second evening when the price is 50c); Youths 25c. The three evening programs alone, if paid for singly, cost almost as much ($1.25) as a full season ticket. Even if you can not attend all of the ses sions it will pay to buy a season ticket. Afternoons: II I I I II II SjtjtSRf IBS II II Mr. and Mrs. eaBKBMEBBBe Cloverport, Kentucky dren were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milt Tate Sunday. V. G. Goodman is building a resid ence on bis farm near West View. He expects to have it completed by the first of Sept. Miss Blleu Mlngus was the guest of Mrs, S. M. Crume last week. . In more than 2,500,000 homes. Come in any time and let us tell you about It Ask to see the reversible glass reservoir (patented), the greatest improvement in the history of the oil stove. B. F. BEARD & CO. Htrdlatburg, Ky. Watch For Your Red Ink Number. Within the next few days, those who come under the uratt law, will have to be on tbealert and keep in touch with the officers of the registration board to know if they have been accepted. The responsibility In notification of selection for the national army Is put upon the II I II II II J I II II V. G. Goodman and sons, Rev. and Mrs. Laslle and children, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Tucker spent Sun-da- y at West View the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Goodman. It being Mr. Goodman's birthday they gave him a suprlse party, Dr. J. B. Matthews and thews, J. M. Butler, V. G. and C. M, Aldridge were in last week. Mm. Kate Tucker who has ing In Owensboro returned Mrs, Mat I! II II II Goodman Louisville Mra. Brown, Louisville is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. "Bud" Mlngus been visit- home last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Tate andcb.il and fmaily. Mrs. Mattingly and children, Hardlu-bur- g were guests of her abler, Mrs. Missus last Tuesday, "She Breckenridtfe News IC7 WKDNKSDAY, JULY 11, 1917 Entered attho I'ostOffllceatOloTcrport, as second clfts matter. VOTE FOR THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ' D. M. DUNCAN FOR iTinCansorilasooFryltJarsl jg FOR PUTTING UP FRUITS? The K'nd Needing Any That Mother Makes SO GENERAL. H OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALU THE PRINCIPAL CITIES FOR POLITICAL STATE SENATOR Tenth Senatorial District Breckinridge, Hancock and Meade Counties I Good j RATES ANNOUNCEMENTS $ 2.50 For Precinct and city Offices $6.00 For County Offices $ 16.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 1 For Cards, per line For All Publications In the Interest of individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY AUGUST 4, 1917 Support of the Voters of Meade, Han- i 1 Now. is the time to get the Quart Tin Cans Hason Pints, Quarts or One-Ha- lf Gallon Jars THEN ft cock and Breckinridge Counties Earnestly Solicited When Old Crimp Comes And The North Wind doth blow We're sure to have snow How delightful to serve ttie Jams, Jellies, Preserves, Etc. You are working at now Train Schedule on The L, H. & St. .. L. R'y. 9ilA. M. .10:11 A. M, ..4:56 . . Effective June 17, 1917. 12:15 P. M. P. M, P. Mi 7:40 P.M. 5:0S A. M, 5:51 A. M. 7:25 A. M, 12:09 P. M. 1:23 7:40 7:45 R:C8 EAST BOUND No. 142 will leT Cloverpor- tArriving IrvlriRton Arriving Louisville...... No. 144 will leave Cloverport- -. No. 148 Arriving IrvinRton Arriving Louisville. will leave Clovernort-- .. Arriving IrvlDRtpn Arriving Loulsvlllo COAL Now is the time to i 1 RATE IC Classified B Sealing Wax, Rubber Rings, Extra Mason Can Tops ADVERTISEMENTS Per Word Each Insertion 1 WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport... Arriving Owensboro.... Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvlllo Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving Hawcsvlllo Arriving Ow6nsboro ..... No. 145 will leave Cloverport .. ArrlvlngOwensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvlllo. Arriving St. Louis No. 141 Kotc Advertisers please notify the editor wneuyuu wani auvuruserooni discontinued A.M. J. C. NOLTE & BROs CLOVERPORT, KY. .. U:58 P.M. 9:00 P.M. P.M. P.M. P. M. P.M. M your coal for winter. Call house FOR SALE Bargain for Quick Sale automobllo $200; one Truck IH ton $.140. Cull on J. C. Nolte, don't write. Ono Pol-d- No. 147 ArrlvlngOwensboro.. Arriving Henderson will leavo Cloverport- -. .a 1:00 A.M. 1:50 A.M. 2:17 A. M. 7:40 A.M. (1:30 A. M. 7:40 A. M. 9:00 A.M. P. Cor City Coal Co. Local Briefs Gathered for our Busy Readers, Church and Society Notes. Mrs. Warfield Collins was in LouW-ville I'OU SAI.IC yiniiiKlior.se. three years rnu the Hardinsbure Fair again this old. unbroken. UoodII. Snyder. Locust Mill. 1. Cloverport, Ky. year, July I7 18. 1!) and 20. That set Farms nun lumm TTinrTnrm tles it I m going the first four days. FOU SALEFor Sale 5two, 100 acres each, S Kiirms. I got my money's worth last year. The nun. 110 acres, one. 80 acres and one IXiuere". J edge sure keeps something doing all Will ell low down for cash or kcocI paper. F. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Patterson, Eddy-vlll- e Krulze, Cloverport. Ky. the time." Mrs. have been vi.sitinK 11 Bv Uncle Blllv Pennvrlle snvs: g nbs, I see Judge Givens is golug to uusier. ' Sale new jy. For Sale Pair Scales. 1'ntr Comoutlnc scales good ns Price rlKht. Alf Taylor .V Co., For Sale Horse To Carpenters, NOTICE FORDSV1LLE PLANING MILL CO. Incorporated Contractors, and Parties Going to Build son's sister, Mrs. Joe Sawjr ami Mr. I'alttf Thursday. H, H. Norton, Webster was in town Friday on business. Miss Edith Plahk left Monday for her home in Hickory, N. C, Miss Virninia Dowell, Union Star is visiting her aunt, Mrs.. Payne. Miss Bessie Arnold, LouUvilla was here on Sunday of last week. A Florida car passed through town enroute for the Dixie Highway. Mr. and Mrs. Frank White and Miss Forrie Hardin were in Webster Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Moorman Jr., Glen Dean were in Hardsnsburg Mon- day. loe Bruner, Brandenburg is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Horace Gilbert. Mrs. Frank C. English motored to her farm at Skillrnan, Ky., to spend the Fourth. Mr. R. D. Witt, Louisville is the guest of his daughter .Mrs. J. C. Nolte and Mr Nolte. Miss Anna Hambleton, Sturgls is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Chas. Light foot and Mr. Lightfoot. Miss Bella Tompson, Sturgls is the guest of her sister IMrs. T. B. Fields who lives near Cloverport. If vou are not a member of the Red Cross Society, be a volunteer and join now before you are asked. Mrs. Ana English. Franklin, Tenn., is here the guest of her son, Mr. Frank English and Mrs. English. Miss Mary Askjns went to Louisville the Fourth to visit her aunt, Mrs. J W. Johnson for several weeks. Paul Rhodes formerly of McDaclels, Ky., left Chicago the 6th to return to his position in Alberta, Canada. Mrs. A. M. Harper and daughter, Bloomfield, Ky., are visiting her parents, Mr. awl .Mrs. Ed. Gregory. The Junior League meets at five o'clock on Sunday afternoons in place of two o'clock during July and August. Mr. and Mrs. Georee Bentlv. Hawes- ville and F. D. Ferry, Louisville atten ded the funeral of Walter braart, last Mrs. week. Tucker, Forrest Freeman and Forrest Jackson are spending ten days at the Tar Springs Hotel. who has been Miss Gertrude teaching in Bloomfield, Ky., is here spending her vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wiuchell spent Thursday In Louisville. On Tuesday, trip to Hawes-villthey took a motor-cjel- e Canneltou and Tell City. Dewsy Hampton who was located in Madison, Ind., as a barber, has accepted a position in the tonsorial parlor of the Watterson Hotel, Louisville. Mrs. Will Pate and daughter Miss Mary Pate are visiting Mr. and Mrs Miller Arail Pate Cincinnati. Mr. Ferry accompained them to Louisville. Mrs. P. W. Roberts and children, Martha Roberts and Dorothy Roberts, Kansas City, are guests of Mrs. Roberts parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Beavln. Mrs. R. W. Owen, Owensboro, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Owen, Elizabethtown, Mrs. J. A. Dean, Glen Dean were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Moorman, Hardinsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Collins after a bridal trip of two weeks in Pensacola, Fla., and guests of relatives in Uover- pott and McDanlels passed through here enroute to their home in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Tile Adklns, Irvington, Mr. and Mrs. John Adklns, Pellvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Adklns, Peoria, III., spent the Fourth with Mr. and Mr. James Turnie who lives near Clover port. Owen Adklns, Kingston, W. Va., will spend part of his vacation with his mother at Stanley, Ky., and arrive here this week to stav a few days the guest of his sister, Mrs. Charles Berry and Gri-gor- Sawyer. Miss Carrie Tucker, Ueavin HILL ITEMS Afler preaching next Sunday mornFor Sal- e- Blacksmith Shop ing and evening nt the Presbytetiau III.ACKHMITII SHOl" fully emilnped church the Rev. R. E. Reeves will take doing auood business. fi. W. CIIAl'lN, and Ky. his annual vacation. Edith the little daughter of Mr. and For Sale Mowers. Hay Rakes. Etc. Mrs. Ben Miller, I'aducah is visiting her KOIt SAL- E- Mowers, Hay Hakes Water leu Cream Freezers und llefrlsera grunduarents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gre- Coolers,r.'Lwnin-- l'nn-l- i Swlnir... nil Stiiviw. tors gory. Mrs. Adel Hambleton, Mrs. Courtney Babbage and daughter Miss Elizabeth Babbage, Louisvilte were the dinner guests of Mrs. Charlie Keil Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huberand daugh ter, Louisville have been the guests of Mr and Mrs. Harry Hambleton and Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Hoffius for several days. Miss Rebecca Lamb, Evansville is a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs Vernon Milburn. Miss Lon Wheatiy and Mrs. Murray Pryor, Evansville are the guests of Mrs. Pryor's parents, Mr. and Mrs Sam Wheatiy fcr the week. Joe and Lon Walker and Miss Bessie Krickey, from the country were visitors on the hill Saturday. Miss Elizabeth Allen has returned home from a weeks visit to her brother David Allen near Skillrnan. Misses Mary and Christina Keil ex pect to go to Mable Wood a suburb of St. Louis next Saturday night for a two weeks visit to their aunt, Mrs. Cliff Mc Clanaham. Their father Charlie Keil will accompany them returning on Monday, Carl DeHaven, Greenville, Ky,, arriv ed Saturday to be the guest of his brother, Mr Wick DeHaven and Mrs. J. I). Irvlueton. Kv. For Sale Farm acre acres FOIt SALEaiO Rood farm; 100 balance level: aces in food timber; hillside land; well tobacco and stock barns; lino tobacco and wheat land; situated on main lino of Henderson ltoute. For price and further Information wrltoThu Brcukenrldxe News, Cloverport, Ky. wutered;r-roouidwelIlu- For Sale Miseelleanous A nlsolliiftif MenH. Women's and Children's Shoes, at Sippet's Shoe Store, Cloverport, Ky. I'OU SAl.K Every Saturday Cream atlt. W. JUNE'S, Olen De.in. Ky. KOIt SALK-Ic-- We are prepared to fill your wants in the various kinds of Building Material at prices that will meet your approval. Write us for prices on anything you need. JAKE WILSON, Monofrcr FORDSVILLE. KY. .SOMEONE SAID "You're going to have a photograph made before you go to the army aren't you?" and you promised. You and your family will be proud of that picture in years to come. WANTED Wanted Tie Men Tlpmakers at once W. N, 30 Head. Lodlburir, Ky. WANTED You to drop In and see our gen era i line oi AiercunaisH rum up-- u date ana the lowest prices. II. W.JONES, alen Dean, " XANTEI)-- Ky. WANTED MISCELLEANOUS WANTED You to rail und see our Cream separator. Mcuiotnian & Sod. Irvington. Ky WANTED You tovWt Mrs. Weinberger's a anu iu cent store wucn you come to Cloverport. WANTED A nice, small farm. 100 to S00 acres on a goou roaa una near a good town; will pay culi. W. N. l'ATE, Hurdlosburg, Ky.. No. 3. WANTED You to see. our nice Uno of Overalls. Slppel'n Shoe Store, Cloverport. WANTED You to make extra monev hv renting that spare room or your vacant uousn or running u want au. in tub HICK. CKKNKIDUE NEWS. Make the appointment today Brabandt's Studio Cloverport, Ky. R. B. McGlothlan Dealer In IRVINGTON, KY. DeHaven. Second Hand Goods Notice Business Solicited Mr. Berry. My fine Red Hull "Red Hen" is liceMiss Corine Quigglns accompained nsed at $1.00 and is being kept by Sam Attorney-at-Laby her uuot and uncle Mr, und Mrs. lleavin on the Oglesby Farm, Proceedings ir. Bankruptcy U. S. PenDrown, George Collins, Chicago left the Fourth Julian sion Claims & etc. looked after. for a few weeks visit to her grandparents Mr. und Mm. Jno. Rhodes at Cloverport, Kentucky First Sale of New Wheat. McDanlels. 15. C. Foote sold his wheat Monday Mr. A. B. Skillrnan, Cloverport was in Skillrnan looking after the crops on to the Irvington Mill & Elevator, at $2 per bushel his farm. Mr. Skillrnan is 85 years old Osteopathic Physician and is in excellent health and still at Masonic Building of Mrs. Chas. Lockard his post in the Breckinrldge-Ban- k Ky. Cloverport. Dies in Louisville. WANTED! ALL THE V. G. BABBAGE Scrap-Iro- n, Brass, Copper and Lead W. T. Lawrence Hardinsburg That you can bring me by July 20th. I will pay the following SPOT CASH PRICES FOR Mixed Country Iron, per 100 pounds 45c No. 1 Heavy Red Brass, per pound 18c No. 1 Heavy Yellow Brass, per pound 15c Light Brass, per pound 10c Lead, per pound 5c Get Busy and Bring in Your Scrap A Mrs. Grace Lockard, wife of Chas. Lockard who lives at 200.'! W. Jefferson, Louisville, died at her home, July, 2. the funeral und Interment took place account . at Big Cllfty, Ky. The service was conducted by Rev. C. M. Grlsam of Mrs. Hugh Gabbert who has been Cleveland, Tenn. Localsd In Hardinsburg. Has Psrmansntly Mrs. Lockard was a daughter of Mr. visiting her parents, Rev. A. N. Couch Office In Masonic Bulldlno lorraerli occupied and Mrs. Couch, left Thursday for and Mrs. G. Hicks of Big Cllfty. br Or. H. E. Roralty Washington, D. C, to join Mr. Gabbert Card of Thanks. Ly. Glovirport, 7:30 a. m. who has a position there as draftsman with the Government. We desire to sincerely thank our Summer Visitors Master William Goddard Polk, Jr., many friends and neighbor for their Mrs. Dudley Walker (colored) had at Cincinnati will arrive Saturday to many kindnesses and courtesies extendspend the reamainder of the summer ed and shown by them during the re- her guests last week, Mrs. Virginia with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. cent illness and death of our husband Spotsman, Chicago and Miss Dlanch Lv. Hardinsburg, 5:30 p. m. Jno. D. Babbage Sr. He will be accora-p&loe- d and father, Matthew Shrewsberry, Allen, Owensboro. by bis parents Mr. and Mrs W, who died July 7, lai7. Subject to cancellation account of War is time to Subscribe The Family. Q. Polk. C0HIKMM. Special Train Breckinridge County Fair Mrs. Julia Mitchell, Owensboro the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Taylor Mrs. and family at Hirdlnsburg. Mitchell is in her 94th year and is wonderfully preserved for a woman of her age. is Dr. R. I. Stephenson DENTIST square deal to all J. W. PATE, : Cloverport, Ky. July 18, 1917 Now the Try Us for Job Printing J T "OVER (THERE Continued from pane i Impatient If nothing very Important seonis to come oiT nt flrnt. I felt a little rnnul myself nt tlio nctav.ay. Hut that was certainly una thing that ilkln't annoy nio Inter. In the hitler part of October. 1015, I decided that the United States outfit to bo fighting along with Ihighiml and Trance on account of the way Belgium had been treated, If for no other icason. As there seemed to bo a considerable division of opinion on thin point anion? the people nt home, I came to the conclusion that any man who was free, white nnd twenty-on- e and felt as I did ought to go over nnd get Into It single handed cn the side 'where his convictions lei him. If there wnsn't Borne particular reason why ho couldn't. Therefore I Mild goodby to my parents nnd friends In Lexington and started for New York with the Idea of sailing for France nnd Joining the Foreign legion of the French army. (4 . t it: 'V. i That the Chautauqua is nn upbuild-- , Ing force, and not merely a form of entertainment Is best proven by tho character of the pcoplo who hold up the Chautauqua Ideals. The pcoplo who appear on the Welfare Chautauqua programs are all democratic In eight days, with free transportation nature nnd love to mingle when off anywhere in tho Ilrltlsh Isle.. It Is thoplatform with the people of the the Invariable custom to give this sort community. Don't ho afraid to walk of leave to all colonial troops immedi- right up to any oac of them and make ately upon their' arrival la England, nowevcr, la our caso Ireland was bar- yourself acquainted. , Decides to Go to Canada. "Chic" Daugherty, for example, Is red. Just at that time Ireland was no A couple of nights after I got to New place for a newly arrived Canadian usually surrounded by a flock of boys York I fell Into conversation In the looking for sport. from the minute he strikes town. Knickerbocker bar with a chop who After that they really began to make company of soldiers of us. We thought our train- Hoys are drawn to Daugherty as bees Was in the Princess Pat's regiment of the Cana- ing In Canada hnd amounted to some- hover over a barrel of honey. It seems dian 'forces. After my talk with him thing. We found out thnt we might that some magic message is sent to I decided to go up to Canada and look as well have been playing croquet. every boy In town tho minute he arthings over. I arrived at the Wladsor rives. And It is worth while for boys hotel. In Montreal, at 8 o'clock in the to know him. He Is tho embodiment of morning a couple of days later, and at For clean and upright manhood. 10 o'clock that morning I was sworn years ho was secretary of the Boys' In as a private In the Canadian GrenaDepartment of the Y. A. C. A. dier guards, Eighty-seventoverseas Of more general Interest, however, battullon, Lieutenant Colonel F. S. is the fact that Mr. Daugherty is a Meighcn commanding. They were Just boy scout enthusiast and an expert on getting under way, making soldiers out Mr. of the troops I enlisted with, and disall phases of boy scout work. cipline was (pllto lax. Daugherty Is himself an Eagle Scout, They at once gave me a week's leave which Is the highest rank obtainable to come down to New York nnd settle and is a Special Field Scout Commis up some personal affairs, and I oversloner, appointed by the National stayed It Ave days. All that my company commander paid to me when 1 got back was that I seemed to have pleked up Canadian habits very quickly. At a review one day In our training camp I heard a major say: eral is wrong he'll tell him so on the "oys, for God's sake don't call ino spot in tile most emphatic way, but Harry or spit In the ranks. Hero comes without ever violating a single sacred the general!" tradittoii of the ktvIcc. The sergeants We found out eventually that there who took us in charge to put on tho was a reason for the slackness of disreal polish to our training iiad all seen cipline. The trouble was that men years of from twenty to twenty-fivwould enlist to get 1.10 a day withservice. They had all been through out working for it and would desert the battles of Mens, and the Marne. as soon as any one made It unpleasant and they had all been wounded. They for them. Our officers knew what they were perfect examples of a type. One were about. Conditions changed of them ordered all of our commissionwe went on shipboard. Disci, ed officers, from the colonel down, to pllne tightened up on us like n tie rope After That They Really Began to Make turn out for rifle drill one day and put on a colt. them through the manual of nrm Soldiers of Us. We trained in a sort of casual, easy way in Canada from Nov. 1 to the fol- We learned more the first week of our while the soldiers of the battalion stood around looking on. lowing April. We had a good deal of actual training in England than we "Gentlemen." said he very politely trouble keeping our battalion up to did from November to April in CanaI see nnd I was sent out several da. I make this statement without In the midst of the drill, "when you handle your lilies 1 feel like falltimes with other "noncoms" on n re- fear that any officer or man of the ing on my knees and thanking God cruiting detail. While we were In the Canadian forces alive today will distraining camp nt b't. John's I made the agree with me, and I submit It for the that we've got a navy." acquaintance of a young Canadian who thoughtful consideration of the gen A Call For Volunteers. became my "pal." He was Campbell tlemen who believe that our own On June 2. after the thhd battle of McFarlnnd. nephew of George McFar-lau- armies can bo prepared for service l'pres, while McFarland and I were the actor who is so well known here at home. sitting wearily on our bunks during on the American musical stage. He In this war every man has got to be was a sergeant. When I first know a specialist. He's got to know one a strange hour in the afternoon when nobody had thought of anything for him he was one of the most delightful thing better than anybody else except us to do, a soldier came in with a and amusing young fellows you could those who have had intensive Instrucmessage from headquarters which put imagine. tion In the same branch. And, besides a sudden stop to the discussion we The war changed him entirely. He that, lie's got to have effective general wero having about the possibility of to knowledge of all tho specialties in getting became extremely quiet and seemed leave to go up to London. The be borne down with the sense of the which his fellow soldiers have been message was that the First, Second terrible tilings which he saw. He nev- particularly trained. I can Illustrate of Third Canadians er lost the good fellowship which was this. Immediately upon our return and lost 10 divisions of the men 111 per cent their had the inherent In him and was always ready from first leave In England we were third fight at Ypres and that BOO volun-teer- s to do anything to oblige me, but ho divided Into sections for training hi were wanted from each of our formed the habit of sitting, nlone nnd eight specialties. They were: Bombing, fill up the gaps. silent, for hours at n time. Just think- sniping, scouting, machine gun fight- battalions to "Forty per cent," said McFarland, premoni- ing, signaling, trench mortar operation, ing. It seemed as If he had a getting up quickly. "My God, think of tion about himself, though he never bayonet lighting and stretcher bearing. It! Well, I'm off to tell 'em I'll go." showed fear and never spoke of the I was selected for special training in I told him I was with him, and we dangers wo were going Into, as tho bombing, probably because I was started for headquarters, expecting to other fellows did. He was killed In as an American and a baseball be received with applause and pointed tho Sommo action In which I was player, to be expert in throwing. With out as heroic examples. We couldn't 'oundcd. the other men picked for training in even get up to give In our names. The I also had been made a sergeant in the same specialty, I was sent to Alwhole battalion had gone up ahead of account of tho fact that I had be:n dershot, and there for three weeks, us. They heard about it first. That Inat school In the Virginia Military twelve hours a day, I threw bombs, was the spirit of the Canadians. It stitute that is, I was an acting ser- studied bombs, read about bombs, took was about tills time that a story went geant. It was explained to me tlrt Immbs to pieces to see what made concerning an English colonel my appointment would have to be them tick and put thorn together again round who had been called upon to furnish confirmed In Knghunl nnd then recon- ami did practically everything else volunteers from his outfit to replace firmed nftcr three months' service In that you could do with a bomb, except casualties. He backed his regiment up regulations of tho eat it. France. Tudor the against a barrack wall and said: Canadian forces a noncommissioned Then I was oidered back along with "Now, all who don't want to volunolliccr. after final confirmation in his the nthor men who had gained this step three paces to tho rear." grade, can bo reduced to the ranks Intimate acquaintance with the entire teer In our battalion sergeants and even only by a general court martial, though bomb family, and we were put to work officers offered to go as privates. Mche can escaje a court martial, win i teaching the entire battalion all that Farland and I were not accepted; our confronted witli chargoj. by reverting we had learned. When wo were not volunteers went at once, and wo wero to the ranks at his own requejt. touching we wero under Instruction up to strength by drafts Forty-twhundred of us sailed for ourselves by the men who had taken from the Fifth Canadian division, England on the impress of Britain. special training hi other branches. which was then forming hi England. Lister ship to the impress of Ireland, Also at certain periods of the day we In July, when we were being kept which was sunk In the St. Lawrence had physical training and rillo pracranges most of tbo time, on liver. The steamer was, of emirs, tice. Up to tlie thno of our iirrlval hi all the lille leave was ttopped, and we wero very crowded and uncomfortable, and England Intensive training had been In reudlness tho eight day trip across was myst un- merely a lino phrase with us. During ordered tu hold ourselves pleasant. Wo had tripe to eat until imr stay there It was a definite nnd to go overseas. In the latter part of wo were sick of tho sight of It. A iiverpowering fact. Day and night we the mouth wo started. Wo sailed from sergeant reported ono morning, "Eight trained, and day ami night It rained. .Southampton to Havre on a big transport, escorted all tho way by destroymen nnd twenty-twbreakfasts ab- At 0 o'clock we would fall Into our ers. As wo we got sent." There wero two other troop Minks In huts which hold from a half sight of tho lauded of war. Aour first big hosharvest (ship In our convoy, tho Baltic and tho :o a whole platoon from thirty to sixpital on tho quay was filled with Metagama. A British cruiser escorted ty men and drop into exhausted sleep, wounded men. Wo bud twenty-fou- r us until wo wero 100 miles off the coast only to turn out at 0 a. m. to give a hours In what they called a "rest of Ireland. Then each ship picked up sudden nnd exact Imitation of what camp." We slept ou cobblestones In a destroyer which had como out to wo would d to the Genitalis If they shacks which wero so utterly comfortmeet her. At that time a notice was sneaked up on us before breakfast In less that It would be an insult to a posted. In the purser's office informing six Inches of mud. Toward the last, Kentucky thoroughbred to call them us that we wero In the war zone and when wo thought wo had been driven stables. Then we wero on the way to that tho ship would not stop for any- to the limit, they told us that we were the Belgian town of I'opcrlnghe, which thing, oven for u man overboard. That to have a period of real, Intensive train, is 150 miles from Havre and was at day a soldier fell off the Mctagatna lug to harden us for actual lighting. that time the rail head of the Ypres with $700 In his pocket, and tho ship They teat us four Imperial drill ser- salient. We made tho trip In box cars never even hesitated. They left him geants from the British grenadier which wero marked In French, "Eight where he had no chance In the world guards, tho senior foot regiment of tho horses or forty men," uud we had to to spend his money. British army and the one with which draw straws to decide who should lie down. we wero affiliated. "Make a Break!" It wou)d bo quite unavailing for me In the Front Trenches. .'Through my training In tho V. M. to attempt to describe these drill serWe got Into I'opcrlnghe at 7 a. tu., I., I was able to read scmaphoro sig- geants. The British drill sergeant Is nals, and I caught tho message from an Institution which can bo understood and tho scouts had led us Into tho tbo destroyer which escorted ua. It only through personal and close con- front trenches at 1! tho next morning. tact and If about as cordial as loose Our position was to the left of St. Elol read: M "Each shin for herself how. Make electricity. If ho thinks u major gen and. waB knqwa as "the Island, be one-suggh I We beat the other steauiCM of our convoy eight hours In getting to the dock In Liverpool, and, according to what seemed to lo Iho rcKUlar sjstcm of our operations at that time, wo ; were tho last lo rtUetnbnrk. The majority of our fellows had never been In Enpland before, anil they looked on our irnvels at that time ni a lino lark. Everybody e'leercd and laughed when they dusted off one of those little toy trains and brought It up to take m away In It. After we wero aboard of It we proceeded at the dtezy rate of about four mile an hour, and our regular company humorist no company complete without j that they were afraid, If they went any faster, they might run off the Island before they could stop. Wo were taken to Ilrnmshott camp, in Hampshire, twelve miles from tho The Aldershot school of command. next dny wo were given "king's leave" CHAUTAUQUA DUGS 00! SCOUT Clms. Dauglierty An Authority On Boy Scout Movement. HIMSELF AN "EAGLE SCOUT" si sr.-- ; T n UtVKitt t Ho Headquarters In New York. wears twenty-onmerit badges. The great aim of tho Uoy Scouts of America Is to make every' boy Bcout a better citizen. It alms to touch him physically In the campcraft and woodcraft of tho outdoor life. It seeks to develop him by observation and the knowing of things far and near, so that later on when ho enters business life he may bo alert and keen and so be able to add to tho wealth of the nation. It teaches him chivalry and unselfishness, duty, charity, thrift and loyalty. It teaches him temperance and gives him the principles by which he may be healthy and clean. It teaches him patriotism in order that ho may become a good citizen and do those things which every citizen ought to do to make the community and tho land In which he lives the best In the Official orders now tell every soldier what he Is to do with his haudker chief or a piece of his shirt If he Is caught In n gas nttark without his mask. The nearest I can come in print to telling you what tho soldier Is ordered to do In this emergency H lo remind you that nmiuonln fumes oppose chlo rine g.ns ns a neutralizing ngent and that certain emanations of tho body thn w eff ammonia fumes. Now that I've told you how wo got from the Knickerbocker bar and other places to a situation which was Just 1B0 yards from tho intrenched front of tho German army In Belgium I might nt well add a couple of details about tilings which straightway put fear ,f God In our hearts. At daybreak ono of our Fourteenth platoon men. standing on the firing step, pushed back his trench helmet nnd remark-e- a that ho thought It was about time" for coffee. Ho didn't get any. A German sharpshooter, tiring tho first time that day, got him under tho rim of his helmet, and his career with the Canadian forces was over right there. And then, ns the dnwu broke, we made out a big painted sign raised abovo the German front trench. It read: WELCOME, CANA0IAN8 iZZ j ItenrrTreaJ -- l Stwi CL J. W. Trent fc ?v. P.:t.0all $ 1 Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and I I Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health 1 EIGHTY-SEVENT- Insurance. Old Reliable The boy scout movement neither promotes nor discourages military training, Its chief concern being the development of character and pere world. sonal efficiency of teen-agboys. Mr. Daugherty will bo very glad, while here, to talk with nil who are Interested In boy scout work. Will Be at Cloverport July 26, 27, 28 cause It had no support on cither flank. On the left wero the Yser canal and the bluff which forms Its hank. On tho right were BOO yards of battered down trenches, which had been rebuilt twice and blown In again eaeli time by the German guns. For some reason, which I never quite understood, the Germans were able to drop what seemed a tolerably large proportion of tlie output of the Krupp works on this particular spot whenever they wanted to. Our high command bad concluded that It was untenable, and so we, on one side of It. amj the British, on the oiner, nan lo just Keep it scouted anil protect our separate Hanks. Another name they had for that position was the "hlid cage." That was because the first fellows who moved into It made themselves nice and comfy and put up wire nettings to prevent any one from tossing bombs In on them. Tune, when the Germans stirred up the spot with an accurate shower of "whiz bangs" and "coal boxes." the same being thirteen pounders and six inch shells, that who netting presented a spectacle of utter Inadequacy which hasn't been equaled in this war. They called the position which we were assigned to defend "the graveyard of Canada.' That was because of tho fearful losses of the Canadians here in the second battle of Ypres, from April 21 to June 1, 191.", when the first gas attack in the world's history was launched by tho Germans, and,' although the French on the left and tho British on the right fell back, the Canadians atayed where they wero put. We were a new battalion. We had hours on been less than seventy-twtho continent of Europe, and tho Germans were not supposed to know anything that was going on behind our lines! We learned afterward that concealed telephones In the houses of tbo Belgian burgomasters of the Tillages of Dlnklcbusch and Rcnnlngbelst, near our position, gave communication with the German headquarters opposite us. One of tho duties of a detail of our men soon uftcr that was to stand these two burgomasters up against a wall and shoot them. In concluding this first article I want to say frankly that any man who claims he Is not afraid when for the first time ho goes Into that hell of Are on tho western front Is a liar, and I'll tell him so to his face. Later wo became Impervious, but that first day I prayed, and I would have bent down and prayed only my knees shook bo. o Companies Announcements KimTOM ;irV fM For Stale Senator. announce II Ij. FAB- - I arty In Primary election August i. 1917. rttii S. 7"'. ' HR snnonncp w. A. VflflMfltl(hn.l..rf.. . ' "f i Aujust4. a cara male for inmary flection For Representative TAIN, of IJewleyvlllo District, rai for Itepresentntlve county In the Lower House of rtrrrferr of "hi I r7wa T e The five remaining articles In this remarkable series will appear ono each week. They are as follows: No. 2. Of IlMrrirt Wnnrrnnt)inri.,innH no , 4.. . ii ,1. "" I I d, The Bomb Raid. ,u trimary August Tlie great preparations and rehearsing 4 1017. for this attack. Volunteers for the Job takin behind the lino where tho German trenches uro exactly reproduced. The days of preparation. Heretofore unwrit'"J?? ten detail of modern trench raids. This ele,cioSfA,,;.,l!.HpUb,,raD P"ty article concludes with tho men going out AVn n ro n ii 1i.vIt.i 4.. 10 ineir jou. n. for I(e,ro No. 3. "Over tho Tcp and Give 'Em Hell." Tho English Tommy's battle cry as he breaks from his trench. The bomb raid For County Judge nnd what happened. Of sixty that started forty-si- x failed to return because the I) If ICI P i Ti . " ' , J1 "ounce A IV PHEW Germans had prepared nnd mined the of ;.:..DhX" . "umy Judge trench. Graphic description of Sergeant of .1.. Kjuubiican Vnili McCIIntock's terrible experience. i?WiJi;?.J"j!!?'Vf' sup-pose- o scriptions of this war don't describe It During the first gas attack the Canadians, choking to death and failing over each other in a light against a uew and unheard of terror In warfare, found a way tho Lord only knows who first discovered it and how he happened to do it to stay through a gas cloud und come out alive, it Isn't pretty to think of, and It's like many other things in this war which you can't even tell of lu print, becauso tho slmplo description would violate the nlco ethics nbout reading matter for the public eye which huvo grown up in loug years of peace and traditional decency. But this thing which you can't describe meant Just the difference between life and death to many of tho Canadians that first day of the gas. Right here 1 can mention something which will glvo you on Idea why de- ...... . Wa Shifted to the Somme. u lo IC. Kliorles. oflliiKi'nshmc.as announce K. fori a mniJIdato Sergeant McCllntock takes part In the WUtnf5,yn,2V.of County. , greatest of all battles nnd tells of the 'n A u juatT"5""" "" hell of It. ' Tho front In Belgium was really a rest sector In comparison with For County Attorney It," ho says. The extensive preparations of the allies for open warfaro afterward fYi ilnf """'orlzrd to announce W. p. PALL abandoned because of tho failure of exHardlnhurB h a candldnto f r County pected developments. u.tto,.r.iy 01 nrrck'nr'drc Jert tb of Ktpubllcan plrty In Primary election AuRu-t4- . No. 5. Wounded In Action. This article describes the terrible fight, tho dead nnd dying, the loss of a pal and PiIiTJOiB.8a.i""r0,,dat' f'r County tho final falling of McCllntock In No Man's Land. Simply told. It Is one of the Ion of the Pen most remarkable descriptions of a battle Election, Saturday AuUHi"yj917? lr,ma'y by a participant ever put together. For County Court Clerk No. 6. Decorated For Braveryj Home T. HEARD, as a candidate for the and Uncle Sam. County This concluding article of the series re- subject Court Clerk of llrecklnrldee Court?, tn the action of the lates In detail how England cares for the niary Election, August 4th. Hepubllcan Prll wounded. How the king and queen came to tho bed of an American boy and decFor Sheriff orated him In a London hospital for galiWar?a,u,hor,,!cdtonnn',unceJ. P. lantry. Interesting. Intimate and amusof Custer. s a for ing Incidents told by nnd of the wounded Hrecknrldye county, candidateto ih- - VeSon suhjprt Tommies. Trying to fight for Uncle Sam. P917 D P"ty 10 l'rltuat Election. AurusH No. 4. . ! 1 ,1?? 5.1-- " """'rlBo 1'rlmary-election- For Jailor We uroauthnrlzt'd toannounco HOE HOOK All persons having claims against the vwuuiuuig iur jiiiu.r ji jfrerkenrldce estate of Mrs. Rhoda Beavin deceased , i umi j wrcuun AURUSC 4, will present them properly proven ac- jqjjcording to law to the undersigned on or 8 Sf rKl'2S ani!'"nco TICK Cru-kas a candidate before Sept. 1st, i917. Ju nr of, .H.,cc.kl ""X thl )cmocrall rriMleis8on? J. F. Knue, Admr. AukusU. Im. Administrator's Notice. " . AUSTRIAN AMNESTY PLANS Re- .fn,;":.1!' ?!' for' Decree of Emperor Charles Will ' o lease 18,000 Persons. Amsterdam. .Inly 9. Tho amnesty decree of Emperor Charles of Austria tion August 4, ; 11)17. ' ""'aly' ' ,0will mean tho release of 18,000 perV,I UFO o.,,l..l-...sons, accorllng to Vienna advices to l" A UhTJN AI "J"" "" i" ir ' the Lolial Anzclger of Berlin, a copy of which has hecn received hero. .'' 2 "tpaoucan pi.V V ' Advices received from other sources Primer. strong protests against tho contain decree of amnesty and oxpress tl.n nfflr. f iriir?:"J."frft'il,cJ9n and dismay at this v ty. Primary Election August 4. 17. disavowal of the state Idea," protests evidently arise from These For Superintendent of Schools German sources In Austria. . .. . .. Wa AM II II t tw..l ""''""nee .1. unu-hlull M EADOIt. of Clorerpnrt. .for .""PerlntenCent of Brcckln" Woman Named to Office. 'ho Gary, Ind., July 9. Mrs. Kate Wood Republican Party8ubJcl Auguu action of ttb at tho Primary. Ray, president of tho Gary Civic ServiIVvn!,b a4,.,I0,,l,d ,0 announce CLIFF M. ice club, who was appointed police ...... ... v. fiau ifluumBie rnr ru- ..... v.. trwiuuiB ui commissioner several years ago, but County ...ii.iiivu mbjecttottieartlonof who was held ineligible for tho place Mon Party fa Primary Election, the Hepuh! AuRiist ,T, because Indiana women did not then suffrage, has slnco have the right of MP-?. PAVllTp'IrV;1"? n been named park commissioner by data for (superintendent ot 'ilreckenrlrtge Mayor R. O. Johnson. Count HchcpiK. 'ublecttolhe anion of tho Primary Ci.ston-islimeg 1 8.? Democratic Election, Aug. 4, 1817. Big As Dawn Broke Wt Mad Out Painted Sign Above the German prnt Trnch. Thousands Wear New Limbs. London, July 9. It is officially announced that 8,805 artificial limbs lave been mado for soldiers by private firms at a cost of $C30,000, and that more than 7,000 additional men who have lost limbs are watting, to be supplied. When baby suffers with tczrmaVor soma ItcMnt' skin trouble, use Doan's 4 Ointment. A little of it toss a ioag wav and it Is safe for children. 5O0 a box at all stores. Subscribe For The News The Thrill and the Hell of the Trenches Described by an American Boy Sergeant Alexander McClintock, of Lexington, Ky., and the Ca- - "OVER THERE" nadian Army Tells a Gripping Tale That Americans Will Read He Tells The Facts Unadorned Wounded, a Distinguised Conduct Medal Man, He Was Invalided Home, but He is Going "OVER THERE" Again to Fight for Uncle Sam Tim. a 8 SIX Articles. Run Three or Four Columns. We will publish one of these articles each week in The Breckinridge News beginning this week will The First Article, run one page. The other Five Articles will Here Are The Stories: Volunteers for the job taken behind the line where the German trenches are exactly reproT duced. The days of preparHow the men arc finally brot ation. Heretofore unwritten to the firing lino. A descripdetail of modern trench raids tion of condition that our own This articlo concludes with the boys and their parents will read men going out to their job. eagerly. No. 3 No. 1 No. 2 ery an ho breaks from his trench. part in tho greatest of all battles Tho bomb raid and whut hap- and tells of tho hell of it. "The pened. Of sixty that started, front in Belgium was really a forty-sifailed to return because tho Germans had prepared and rest sector in comparison with Tho extensive mined the trench. Graphic it," he says. description of Sergeant Ale preparations of tho allies for Clintock's terrible experience. open warfaio afterwards abandoned becauso of tho failure of No. 4 expected developments. x rible light, tho dead and dying, the loss of a pal and the final falling of McClintock in No Man's Land. Simply told, it is one of the most remarkable of a battlit by a participant over put together. concluding articlo of the scries relates in detail how England cares for tho wounded. How tho king and queon camo to tho bed of an American boy and No. 6 DECORATED FOR "OVER RAID GIVE THE TOP AND SHIFTED TO THE No, 5 SOMME takes This articlo descrihes the ter decorated him in a London hospital for gallantry. Interesting, intimutc and amusing (incidents told by and of tho wounded Tommies. 8 THE BOMB The great preparations and rehearsing for this attack. 'EM HELL" battlo- - Trying to light for i : 3 The English Tommy's Sergehnt McUlintoek Homo and Undo Sam. This Undo Sam. The Breckenridge News Do Not Miss Chemln-Dcs-Dame- No. 1 of the above Stories starts this week in ft a Single Issue Containing These Articles A RUSS OFFENSIVE CLOSE TO HAL10Z Armies Approaching Lemiierg, FRENCH REPULSED GERMANS Key to British Report Severe Air Fighting, Carrying Out Number of Successful Raids on Enemy Artillery Action On Both Sides Lively. reLoudon, July 9. ports indicate that tho Russian often, alve Is spreading to tho north and south of Halicz, in eastern Gallclu, which was virtually under tho guns ot Geueral Ilrusslloff when the advance of a year ago came to a standstill. Hallcz Is Important us the key to Lenibcrg, the capital of Galicla, and Is about sixty miles southeast of that city. Three armies now are engaged on a front of more than thirty miles along tho Narayuvka river. Tho among tho troops Is Increasing. A train carrying COO sailors organized the who from Roval '"storming hnttallon" and wear shoulder ribbons Inscribed, "To tho trench-on,- " has passed through Petrograd. Vigorous attacks by Teutonic forces in an effort to recapture ground gained by tho Rucsiaus In their new offensive In oastern Galicla wero defeated, the Petrograd war office announces. "In the direction of Kovel, near Volaporska, tho enemy released gas clouds, which dispersed before reach-luour trenches," says tho statement. "In tho direction of Zlochoff the onomy launched energetic counter attacks on tho front at Godov and tho wood, west of Konluchy In an attempt to dislodge our troops from tho positions captured In tho battle. AH these attacks wore ropellod. Assaults wesU of Bychka by troops In donso columns, supported by armored motor cars, woro ropuHod. "Kuut and southoast of Hrozezany tho enemy carried out un Intenso flro. Attompts by largo enemy reconnolterlng parties to attack our advanced posts southwest of tho village of Chlhalln woro repelled." Tho Germans launched another violent, attack on tho Alsno front, and, Semi-officig I as in tho case of their recent attempt to capture Important positions alons met with dethe termined resistance from the French and suffered heavy losses. The attack was delivered in four sectors. On tho Verdun front, west of the Mouse, the French scored a brilliant success. Three strongly organized salients were captured and held against counter attacks. "On tho left bank ot tho Mouse, after brief artillery preparation, our captured threo troops brilliantly stronelv orcanlzed salients, one west jot Dead Man Hill and tho other two southwest of III11 304. German counter attacks against the conquered positions were repulsed." says the Paris statement. Severe air fighting Is reported by tho British statement, which says: "The enemy again displayed the greatest activity In air fighting, which continued throughout the day. Hostile aircraft worked in large formations, which wero frequently broken up by our pilots. "Our airmen carried out a number of successful raids. In tho course of which tho enemy's airdromes, depots and troops were attacked with bombs and machine gun fire and considerable damage caused. Six enemy ma- chines wero brought down In combats and ten more wero driven down out of control. Eight of our machines are "Except for artillery activity on both sides at several points along the front there is nothing further to re port." Never can tell when you'll mash a finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or scald. De prepared. Thousands rely on Dr. Thomas' Kcleetlc Oil. Your druggist sells It. 25c and 00c. missing. TEXAS WONDER. MATTINGLY S SALE. How a Cloverport Citizen Found From Kidney Freedom Troubles. If you suffer from backache -- Prom bladder disorders, or any curable disease of the kidneys, use a tested kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills have been tested by thousands. Cloverport people testify. Can you ask more convincing proof of merit. Mrs. V. R. Wethington, 5th & Walnut Sts', Cloverport, says: "Often my back has become lame and achy ami my kidneys have caused me a great deal of I have always found that a annoyance. box or so of Doan's Kidney Pills which I get at Wedding's Drug store have never failed to rid me of these complaints within a short time " Price 50c, at all dealers Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs Wethington had. Co., Props., Buffalo, N.Y. Poster-Milburn Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney and' bladder troubles, dissolves eravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame 'nacks, rheumatism, and irregularities of the kidneys and bladder In both men and Regulates bladder troubles women. In children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mall on receipt of $1.00. Ono small bottle is two mouths' treatment, and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Send for sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olivo Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by GARFIELD. Douglas Dodson, W T. Gregory, Dr, J W. Meadoi, Cliff Grav and lfor Gray, of Custer, were here Monday enroute to Hardiusburg. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Partner were here Thursday afternoon to meet Miss Katie Chitwood, of Irvington, who will visit at Custer, Mr and Mrs Alva Ilenuchatup entertained thefollowing guests on thePourth: Me'sdames Eris Legraml, E C Hurued. Ilarniau A'dridge, OllvU Che f; Misses My tu Priest, ElllePool, Ruth, Mary Ann and Murtlia Ilurued, and Lottie Whit-woi- th A bon if nl dinner whs served and an enjojable day was spent by all was Sam Moredock, of Oweusboro, 1 11 . here last week. Supt. Joe Trent and Mrs. Trent, of Hardiusburg, were here Thursday to. Custer. Misses Knima Meador, of Custer, and Elmlra Lyons, of McQuady, were the guests of Miss Anna Smith, Monday. Mrs. Redus Lyons and children, of St. Matthews, are visiting here. Rev. Jackson Breer ami daughter, of Cayneville, were here Friday. Miss Mary Lewis Jarboe, of Hardiusburg, returned home last week. Misses Anna Smith, Ruth, Mary Ann and Martha Harned, Messrs Harold y Smith, Lawrence Reuu, and Allen attended church at Custer last week, Mrs. Rice Careltou, of Louisville, was here Priday enroute toCuster to visit relatives, Mrs. Ginger Bandy and children, Nell ami Nancy Thomas, of near Irvington, visited here last week. l'mii-phrc- Camola In Palestine Camels aru ubundaiit In P.ilestlne. It is told la Judges vll, PJ. that tho and thu Amulukltcs possessed cnmcls "us tho sand by tlio sea for bo- multitude." Job had 3,000 foto his ulillctlon und 0.QC0 nfteiwurd. Mid-lauit- Read The Want Column Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Pate visited rela tives in L utisville last Sunday. Their Bank of Hardiusburg & Trust Co. neicu Thelma IlafTey came home with Plaintiff, them. Against Mrs. Pilla Pate visited relatives here Delia Horsley, Defendant last week. By vir ue of a judgement and order of Mr. anil Mrs. AlvinPate und children, sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, renClover Creek were the guests of Mr. dered at May term thereof, I9I7, in the and Mrs. Ernest Pate last Sunday. above cause, for the sale of the hereinMrs. Tousey Pate and b.iby, Lucille, after described Real Estate and all costs Louisville are visiting her father, Mi. herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale e All Miller and Mrs. Miller. at the door in Haniinsburg, Two of a Kind. Mr. Mathenev who has been seriously to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, "You fondle Unit pug pupp.r," ram on Monday the 23nl day of July, I9I7, ill ut his home is improving. plulucd the liner, "until I 11m urtim'.l; Mrs. Ivin Pryrand sister Effie Rob- at one o'clock P M , or thereabout Jealous of liini." (being County Court day), upon a credit inson were in Louisville last week. "You'iv nil answered the girl. Mr. Shelby Pate has purchased an of six months the following described This puppy l.t Jealous of you." Clew automoble. propert) , to wit: laud I'luin I leu lor. A certain tract or parcel of land lying Miss Mildred Hawkins was the guest of her sister, Mrs Susan hquiies and oh the waters of Hardin's Creek, in Mrs. L. Gibson lust week Breckinridge county, Kentucky, and tt RESIGN bounded and described as follows: POLICE CONVICTED Beginning i.t a stone with Sassafrass and Elm pointers in Triplett's line, Involved In Election Fraud Case thence Men W. 4 E. about 4I poles to a rock Are Replaced. and shihII black oak, thence N. 8 E, 29 Indianapolis, July 9. At a special poles to a hickory dogwood and black meeting of tho board of safety resig- oak corner to the division line between nations or Chief ot Police Samuel V. Morton and Horsley, thence wilh said A. Pope, Sorgo-nnt- s Perrott, Captalji-JtoWayiandK, Sanders, M. C. line N S$ W. 117 poles to a black oak Leo String- and hickory in the original line, thence Hulse, I)otectlvu-Sergean- t er and City Sealer Herman F. Adam with said line S 27 W about 72 poles to the beginning. Containing 51 acres to woro accopted. worn: be the same, more or less, and is part of appointments made Now James F. Qulsl"v. chief; .1. A. Dom- the same land deeded to Nat Amies by inie, Inspector; William Uellly, chief Bessie Logsdou and Mark Logsdou on of detectives. C L. Wonver, captain; the I2U1 day of Pebruary, 1902. RecordGeorgo ZwluUW. lieutenant; II .Reed, ed in Deed Book No. 52, page 606, in John Slicelm, P Winkler, G. llraug-ton- . Breckiuiidgc County Clerk's Office. Tlicotb-r1'',.lkor, to sergeants; The purchaser, with approved surety J. Moran. secrct'iry to chief; Harry or securities, must execute bond, bearConnor, detective clork, and J. A. ing interest from the day of sale until Lijjftnllmn, sealer. paid, and having the force and effect of a Repleaviu bond. Leiu retained to seHard to Recognize. Bid Chicago, Jn!y 0. Dedication of tho cure payment ot purchase money ders will be to comply promptnow homo of 11m Hip Sing Tong was ly witli theseprepared terms. MISS LUCY RUTLEDGE, concluded rivontly. Reporters visited Lee Walls, Commissioner. Violinist. tho hall while the ceremonies wero at Lucy Ponina Rutledge, tho "Quaker their height. Tho hull was decorated Maid Violinist" with tho "Chic" with Chinese niul American (lags and Constipation causes headache, Daughcrty Company, will bo 0110 ot tho tho 200 members wero making a bod-ladlzzinbss, drowsiness. For a real artists on our Chautauqua pronolso. "What aro thoy doing?" mild opening medicine, use Doan's gram. Horn and reared among thu was asked. "Sllngln Stlah Splangle Regulets. a 5c a box at all stores. "Friend Quakers," Miss Rutlcdga has Blanaw," was tho reply. tho and quiet refinement so characteristic of hor sect. But alio No Race Suicide Shipping Amendments Fall. possosses such a lively interest In Washington, July 9. Amendments everything and everybody thnt sho In This Family.4 convoys in some mysterious fashion added by tho house to tho priority to her violin and tow, both tho wit thlpment bill wero rejected by tho and wisJcn of hir Mova of t'tlnr.. lenato mid tho measure was sent to Mr. and Mrs. Will Johnson arc receU 'Her plny'-i- r '1 -i- c-v It would empower tho ving congratulations on the arrival of rive nu-!conference. ami ncuilitr quality president to order preference for the It lin3 p their ninth child. She l a fine baby' na it Is rnro. that is ns rin-'-itroops, military and supplies and girl and has been named Mangaret Cloverport, July 26, 27, 28 Johnson, born, July, 3. Court-Hou.s- Quaker Maid" y 1 1 1 - - w VJffl OUR BOYS ABROAD i Are You Insured Against RAIDOANDY SHO But' ''Sammies" In Exchange Give Gold BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN, K Tornado? If a windstorm should visit Brcckinridpo county, would you collect from a reliable Instmincc Compnny for your dnumpecl property? Think of your damage hud you lived in Now Albnii', Indiana, last Friday! OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier SERVICE CONTENTMENT President THE BANK OF SECURITY WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN IRVINGTON For Sweets, PEN ARMY" 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits A "FOUNTAIN J 3 J Ii. K Haulaway, of Louisville, was in town the Fourth, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Adkins were in and Cloverport, Wednesday is the David Davis, of Fine Italian Band Great Array of Attractions On One Vast Midway, Tlio donmnd for candy la strong In guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Drane. Franco from Mio American troops, but The community picnic, which was held Louisville Big Day Day. Every Day It haft lice n met Hiitl.ifuctorlly, nl nt Mrs. D C. Heron's place on the though tlio hoys Judge tlio prices high, Fourth, wns quite nn enjoynhle affair A Better Than Last Year and That's Going Some Tho beer llicy Kcucrnlly condemn, not patriotic program was carried out. for Its quullly only, litit for Its warmth Mrs Nell McClintick. of Louisville, C. C. GIVENS, JOHN O'REILLEY. "Hon t. M'cm intioli of n pluwv wns visited Mrs Mary Cornwall last week. Ky. tlio cotiinicnt, followed liy tlio nnilou Misses Mary Alexander, Julia Lyon, query, "Can wo Imve n better tltno In Gucdry Ilramlette; Messrs Hubert Lyon, VnrM" Fire, Tornado and all classes of Money changing Involves mental Hubert Livers nnd George Huff compos- nnxloty, but 5 frnucs nro offered its tlio Insurance ed n private party to Sulphur wells the equivalent of n dollar by tlio sliopkeeP' Fourth. ers nnd readily accented. It surprised Miss Mary Heron is visitiug in Louis One Cent Per Word They are Like tlie Sun, Up Early Commanding Everybody's Attention Phone 46 tlio French to be told tliut tlieso Amer ville. icans hIIII were paid In gold. HARDINSBURG iV number of our young people will go France begun to recognizo tlio value of ntliletlcH n few years beforo tlio to Kavauuugli camp, July 30 August 6 Report of the condition of tlie war, which confirmed their Importance. Mr. and Mrs Virgil Brite spent the The Teachers Institute will meet the It Is possible tlio new American allies in Lewisport. will provide Franco with u Ions; felt sixth of August. Mr. Charles Evans week end FIRST STATE BANK Miss Catherine Guffey, of Owensboro, want in popularizing baseball. Okla., will be the Instructor Tulusa, Mr. Kvnns needs do introduction to the has been visiting here. "A Fountain Pen Army." "It Is n fountain pen army," chaffed Breckinridge County teachers as he Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson were nt Doing Business at theTownof Irvingtou, County of llreckinridge. State of Kena Frenchman an ho noted the niimbc was the instructor one year during Mr, home to a number of young people, of those hi I Ides that the Americans file's term of office. tucky, at the Close of Business on the to Tuesday evening, complimentary carried In their blouse pockets and 20th day of June, 19I7. Miller, Remant Sale Friday, 2 P. M. U. F, Misses Ruth Kincheloe and seemed to bo part of their equipment. of Hardinsburg. big new idea in modern business is "I am an old man for the army,' Beard & Co. RESOURCKS Mrs. R. A. Crider and Ruth Crider said a corporal, Hiiswcrlng n finery on between groups of individuals as well as individMr. and Mrs. "Cap" Garner were in visited in Glen Dean last week. $18,031 33 Loans and Discounts what motive brought him to France, Louisville last week to see their ton, uals of a group. groceryman, the hardware "but I have comp to help wipe kaisers Paul who belongs to Miss Nellie Adkins lias been the guest Overdrafts, secured and the First Kentuc dealer, the manufacturer, the farmer, and bank 1 I85 So off tho earth." unsecured of Miss Ossie Payne of Webster. The American camp In France Is ky. can all with the result business will 14 335 97 Members of the Kight Week club en Due from Hanks splendidly situated on high ground and Mrs. Lula Jones, son and daughter. Cash on Hand be more prosperous and finances more stable. Intelli4 54 26 has been built within tlio month. It Mt. Sterling have been the guests of joyed a marshuiallow toast at the home Banking House, Furniture with all our customers has been regent of Miss Eliza Piggott, Thursday evening. Is lighted by electricity and has a lino Mrs. F. V. Peyton. 4 "00 00 and Fixtures water supply. Tho Y, M. C. A., which Mr. and sponsible rot the of this bank. We are in Miss Katie Chitwood spent last week 6 453 43 Other Real Kstate All Low Shoes at Greatly Reduced with Mrs. Ova Gray, at Custer. has Installed a tent at tho landing business for profit, but we aim to unplace, will open it large hut soon. The Pricts. IS. F. Beard & Co. Total $138,769 87 Miss Mary Cornwall, and brother, selfish service to all our depositors, regardless of the camp has taken on an American at Mr. and Mrs. Pal Gainer and daugh Henry Cornwall, of HI Paso, were in I.IAUII.ITIIiS mosphetc. size of accounts, than through a selfish It fulled In no respect to meet the ter, Hazel motored to town from Madrid Louisville last week visiting relatives Capital Stock paid in, solicitation of deposits. with us about your requirements of tlio overlloivhig tide last Thursday and spent the day here $ 15.ocx1.Oo Miss Maggie Handy spent the week in cash business and financial problems. of newcoiiiMs. It supplies picture post Mm. Sallie Heard, Mr. M. B KineheJ 60O 00 end at Webster, the guest of Miss Alta SurpliisJFiind cards In largo numbers and there Is loe, Mr. and Mrs. P. M, Beard, Miss St. Claire. Undivided Profits, less exan "American bar," but American In 121 74 penses and taxes paid. The young people of the Methodist name only, too cream soda Is sought Virginia Beard and Mrs. T.J. Hook motored to Louisville and spent the Missionary Auxiliary sent flowers to the Deposits subject In vain. $ 55.739 59 to check An old looking French territorial' who Fourth with friends. Wesley House, in Louisville, the Fourth Is on sentry duly along the docks, his Time Deposits. . . 1I5 296 59 Messrs. F. S. Kincheloe and J. II, Herbert Cain is home from Redfield, hair grayed by three long years of Gardner Jr. spent the Fourth in Custer 121 03d I5 Ky. service, beamed on tho Americans, with Miss Emma Meador and guest, Iowa. He contemplates moving there in the near future. doubtless thinking his days of labor Misi Elmlr.i Lyons, $138,760.89 Total W. J. PIGGOTT, President C. PAYNE, Cashier were now drawing to a close. The Mesdames 15 F Alexander, J. K, Miss lane Lightfoot, Cloverport is Bramlette, Newsom Gardner, Misses Vir J M. HHRNDON, women smile and feel their hearts State of Kentucky . D. LYDDAN, Ass't. Cashier Set. lighter as they watch this lino pledge the guest of her aunt, Mrs. II M ginia Head, Mabel W'roe, Nell Ilramlette, County of llreckinridge of the sister democracy's aid. Beard, Mary Henry, Margaret Ileauchamp and In tho arrival of the troops children We, W. J. Piggott and J. C. Payne, Mrs. Nannie Hook and daughter, Mildred Chitwood, Edmund Carter, Jess chased pennies that the American boys President and Cashier of the above threw among them from crowded decks Miss Alliene Hook, have gone to Cairo, Gardner, Frank Schoffstall and Mr. and named Hank , do solemnly swear that the lrMl as tho ships paused along the quays III., for an extended visit to Mr. and Mrs C. D Hook attended the picnic at above statement is true to the best of our 5krou, July 4th. nnd rejoiced over every band as It Mrs. J. O Hook. 1 knowledge nnd belief. headed Its regiment, for It is seldom Mi, Lee Bishop and sou, Thomas are Mrs. E E. Jones and children, of Mt W. J. Piggott, President that bands aie heard now in France. away on a visit to relatives in Sterling, have been the guests of rela J. C. Payne, Cashier Chum at Once With Allies. ville and La Grange. tives here. Mrs Jones was formerly Miss Subscribed and sworn to before me Tho fraternization of the Americans Remant Sale Friday 2 P. M. B. F. Jllen Chick. Wo oiror you tho happy combination of it superior stock, this 28th day of June, lgiT. with (lie L'nglish, Canadians, Austral E. A Chitwood has returned to Louis a large assortment, and tho fairest prices. Every article ians and Fiouch Is remarkable, and the lieaid & Co. J. M. Ileriidou, ffifljj new arrivals are being received every Missus Lucile Jarboe and Margaret ille after a visit with his mother, Mrs, Notary Public shown is tho best of its class every class represented is g open arms and open hearts. O' Reilly spent last week in the country Minnie Chitwood. where with My Commission IJxpires March 8, I920 ried und complete. You will approve of our very reasonable Lust month nearly all the British with Mrs Will Beauchamp. Mesdames Essie Handy, R S Bandy, troops nut having near relatives In the W prices. Come even if it is necessary to come without know-iriv- g d Meadow were in Louisville Monday, Miss Ada Maltingly, Fort Thomas, Dritisli Isles have been coming to Paris in why- - You will lind very L'ood reasons when you see tho T. N. McGlothlan returned from on leave, and so tlio newly landed Mrs. Neuling and children, Louisville Kffl many splendid opportunities we ofFer. Amerlcaus lind plenty of comrades able are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Woithville, Friday, after a visit with Mr, Mrs. Will Mattingly. to speak their common language. and Mrs A. 1! Suter. T. C, LEWIS, Watchmaker :: Hardinsburg, Ky. The Yankees wurmed up particularly Mrs. Richard May has returned from Miss Eva May Chapin and Master among whom are to tlio unuiiiliiHis, visit to her daughter, Mrs. S. A. Pate Jack Wilson spent the week end with many Americans, hut tho greatest surMr. Pate in Nashville, Tenn. Carl Allen, at Maceo. prise caine nt (ho way the French ofll- and Mrs. Leslie Walker and sons, spent Miss Georgia Wilson arrived Friday cers and polios fraternize with their new ullles. The wannest feeling exists last week with her parents, Mr. and from Oklahoma, where she has been between (he French mid Itrltlsh soldiers Mrs. ohn Be;ler, on ths farm near Kirk. visiting for the past three months. nnd ollieers, of course, but when they L, E. Henderson, Irvlngton spent Air. and Mrs John Akers and Miss Urst met three years ago us allies they Sunday in town us the guest of Miss Florence Akers, of Hardinsburg, visited wero too busy lighting for (heir lives in our community last week. to spend much time In frleiuHy Inter- Nell Jones. Mr. . T. Hubeu will move back to course. For Sale Tobacco sprayers and Paris Tho Americans, however, are landing his old stand across trom tlie Hook Green. Irvingtou Hardware & Implejustfitlhittiino when tho allies have the Hotel. The Record-Pres- s will occupy ment Co. Germans "on the hip," and tho French the Hubwcll hou.-e-. Interest in the Red Cross work thru nro throwing off their claunishness to Always In office during ? a. m. to IS m. OfflCB HOlirS The Social Six gave a recital at the public presentation a.ul through contri1 p.m. to 5 p.m. irTIOgtOII, V. office hours welcome (lie Yankee tars und murines hj, home ot Miss Pauline Compton Friduy butions, private and public, has crystal-ize- d affectionately. in the form of a demand for organ! Another factor Is that after three evening. years' contact with (ho Itrltlsh nearly All Low Shoes at Greatly Reduced zatiou, either ns a chapter or an auxiliary every French pursou knows u few woids Prices, B. F. Beard & Co. A cordial invitation is extended to everyof Kngllsb hello, cheero, good luck and Sheriff. A.T, Beard has been confined one interested to gather at the home of (PALATABLE) similar expressions mid they ure using s, W J. Piggott, Friday afternoon nt to his home for several days with a low BETTER THAN CALOMEL OR QUININE. them overtime on (lie Americans. (Contains no Arsenic) :.'lo o'clock, for a discussion ot the mat grade of fever. HELEN BARTRON, THE OLD RELIABLE Pnrtu Women Chinned, ter. Contralto and Penologist. Rev. James Moorman has gone to Tho appcaiance of American naval Tlie Equal Suffrage League will meet Helen Bartrob Is moro than an acoillccrH in while duck summer uniforms Providence, R, I., for a months vaca with Mrs. Nannie Wathen, Friday after- companist. She is a worthy partner As uell ns a Remedy for Chills and Fevers, Malarial Fevers, Swamp Fevers and In tho Kinait I'uifs icstuuranls causes tion with his parents. w, jm. (Ttiat. ;uu nccu ui mis season. noon at 3 o'clock Some important busi to Hazel Hunger Kraft In their condelight, especially gasps of astonished Atty. Claude Mercer made a business ness requires the attendance of all the' certs. among tho fair I'arlsIcMioH, who admire trip Miss Barton sings well, oho Mild to Louisville last week. members. tho cblc, coot appears nee of the ollieers. plays the piano as few can, and sho Is Try It. Don'l Take Any Subttltute. At OruggltU, 50c and $1.00 Bottles Mr, nnd Mrs. E. L. Robertson motor Sluco tho arrival of the Americans For Sale Tobacco sprayers and Paris also gifted in playing upon tho PREPARED BV the polico liavo hud to wink nt tho law ed up from Glen Dean and were the ROBINSON-PETTE- T Green. Trviugton Hardware & Imple Hawaiian Instruments used In one prohibiting hinging und music in cufes guests of friends. Incorporated number ot their programs. She has ment Co, restaurants, as it Is Impossible to and Mrs. Fred Webber, Decatur, Ind., prevent the sailors, marines and regu- came Sunday for a visit to friends. The Methodist Sunday School gave a been a member ot tho Kraft Company LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY lars from gathering In quartets und liberal contribution to the Red Cross so long that tho program moves withRemant Sate Friday 3 P. M. B. F. teaching the flaiiiidlaiiH and Australians The Whalo'e Appetite. The last ork which was supplemented at the out a hesitating moment Louisville Stock Market. A whale's appctlta Is phenomenal. tho newest ragtime ulrs direct from Beaid & Co. church service by others not present at day ot tho Chautauqua would bo a big America. Mrs. Lucy Km tz has returned to her Sunday School. day if tho Kraft Company was tho Ills chief diet consists of JellyilBti. no has simply to open his mouth and pad-dl- o There was a strong demand for lambs home in Webster after a stay here with only attraction. Rev. Ilognrd preached and administer alonj; leisurely In order to tako in at the stock yards Mondav. Too Voung to Work. Miss Tula Daniel. Market: ed communion ut the Methodist church, Will Exhibit at Cloverport July 26, jcllyllsh by tho wagon load. Such la choice lambs $15 75 and $16; seconds Hundreds of boys who gave false All Low Shoes at Greatly Reduced tho method adopted by tho whalcbono $11 and 1.76; culls T and $9.50. Sheep agos to get work in New I'ngland facSunday night. 27 and 28 rices. B. F. Beard & Co. whale. Tho sperm whale, on the con best $8.25 and $8.56, bucks tories lost Job Uecrtuse too young to $8.60 down. trary, cupturcs hugo squids weighing Mrs. E. McDavIs has gone for a visit certificates required by petcpfilslcill'" Card of Thanks. Hog market: 165 pounds and Fleas are abundant In the orient and often tovcrul tons. Like his brother up $15.40; 120 choice, Irvlngton. o relatives in Webster and pcaplojrerH. We wish to express the sincere to I65 pounds $14.60; afford tho subject of many proverbial tho whuleboiie whula,ho must be conexpressions. Tho (leu Is only twice thanks and appreciation to our friends stantly on tho lookout for food; other- pigs, $11.35 and $13.60; roughs, $14.80 To Keep Blacker Out. man who holds u through ticket mentioned In tho Scriptures, lu Sam- and neighbors who were 10 kind to us The wise he would htarve. As ,.uaity ns down. ro now In congress to bar for-er- on the road to Success doesn't ask for Bill uel xxlv, 14,' and lu the same book, in our deep sorrow. fourteen ne;llrt linve been taken from a Oils country uion who (ram itop orer privileges. xxvl, 20. Subscribe for Mr. Geo, H, Newman and Children. thirty foot 'i;i!lW" . News to1(J nillMwry wcrylce. Fronchmon Noto the Number of Thota Articlos Carried In the Dlouss Jack et of tlio Amerlcens Yankees Warm Up to Canadians Naval Officers Whlto Tako Eyo of Fair Parliiennes. First Day Free to School Children Wednesday, and Derby Breckinridge County Fair, Races and Homecoming Hardinsburg July 17, 18, 19, 20. a Old People Paul Compton. Hardinsburg, General Manager Secretary X Use News Want Ad Liners and Get Somewhere -- A BUSINESS TALK Co-Operation The New Idea of The The co-oper- ate that the growth get it through their rather Talk FIRST STATE BANK, Irvington, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver-- ware, Novelties, Etc. j va-jnj- 11 1 DR.. W. 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