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XLU LONG BOY FETE IN CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY TO THE DEMOCRATIC WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1917. VOTERS OF E No. 5 PER CENT TO LETTERS FROM TO BRECKENRID6E Live ' INTERESTING EVENT Defiance. O. Miss June Spelscr, n member of tho Girls' baud of Defiance, took un unusual method to teach re spect for the national anthem to an audience at Florida the other evening. The band was playing "Tho Star Spangled Banner" In a street In Flori da when Miss Spelscr noticed that the In tho audience did not removo safe for democracy can get St. John's men Exemption Board Has their hats. Gospel for two and a halt cents and the SI10 put down horn in the mtddlo Not Been Completed. Proverbs on the same scale, with com- of tho selection, her walked toward the plete Testaments for eight cents. audience and removed the bat from the bead of the first man she met Thc Exemption Board for Breckin ftew York Sun. Several others were treated to the ridge county has not been determined same dose, and finally all hats came far. Gov. Stanley has appointed Baptist Mission Board hui off, and there was great applause for Sheriff Beard, Dr. Spblre and Lee Walls, to Meet Here. tho patriotic little lady, who is sixteen bwlog to Mr. Beard's illness, he will in years of age. 11 probability not be able to serve and The Baptist Mission Board of be other two men have not accepted the Breckinridge Association met in Presbytery in Session Next Week Wffi atments, WjSUfxauiiuatlons are to be made at Hardinsburg, Monday. Owing to the The Leltchfleld Presbytery of the he county seat as soon as definite plans large per cent of members who failed made- - concerning the board. The to attend, it waa concluded best to ad Cumberland Presbyterian church will taftad mep will be notified when to journ the meeting and to meet with meet at Ephesus church, August 7, 8 r for vnif natlnn. the annual Association which will be and 9. Hev. Brear will be moderator Four hundred men are to be called; la session in Cloverport, Wednesday and Mri. M. L. Woosley, Secretary. Every one Is cordially Invited to attend wire candidate. eouota betas' llo. after the fourth Sunday in August. The pat- .... ...-.- . wnnu iivhi wit Mj ' riOlIC OOllg reie m:FnA!.v. Fiiday evening jj M. llcrndon's lawn Gciodliy, iit.! 0 iwlby, pa! The crowd was iGoodby, muie. with y.T old heehaw! was a marked success My I may not know what the war's nbout, iusptreil with our country's Cut, you bet. by st'sh, I'll ponn find outl Country Tis of Thee, Old Ky. Home nud An , nh, my r vcvllu-art- , don t you fear, A number of life iictures were I'll brhiR you n king fer n souvenlrl Dixie kalwsr, too, n I'll presented depicting southern scenes, one An' pit you nb-- Turk an' a feller could do. nil ono that's of the best being n plantation picture, load his Miss Mabel Atlkins disguised as a South- Olio pair of l; wastown only the old dirt by fcr When ho ctru-ern mammy rocking the cradle, assisted rend. by Miss Martha Howe Brite and Jess Ho went rl: ht down to tho public pquaro In lino with the Botdlere there. An' Herndon Jr., who posed as pickauinies, Tho fell eotveant put lilm In uniform: while Mabel sung Swing I.ow Sweet Ills tral knit mitts fcr to keep him warm: They drilled him late, they drilled him Chariot. Modern Red Cross work w Ions, oictured. Miss Virginia Handy posed Then ho marched away to his farewell sonir. Hetsw Ross. Don Lvddan ns George William 7tlr:h In Collier's Weekly. Washington. The crowd cheered lustily when the Goddess of Liberty was rep Don Golden Rule Store resented by Miss Eliza Piggott. T.vdilnn In a sailor suit represented the Will Quit Business. Navy, while Sergaent Coniff in his khaki uniform represented the Army. w. J. The Golden Rule Store, one of the Pitrtrot made a very interesting talk on of this city the Red Cross work referring especially principal business houses and Uara liar-to- will close out their business within the to Florence Nightingale Subscriptions for the Red Cross next few weeks. They will have a sale all their stock begining, August 1st, work was taken up. Ice cold drinks of Me offering some real bargains. were served. After singing, Uirry Back to old Vireiny, Swanee River, O roliimhia the Gem of the Ocean, and Six Year Old Boy Dies The Star Spangled Banner, the bunch of Cholera Infantium. enfoed chats with their friends. Miss Julfa Lyon was at the piano during the McQuady, July 3o, (Special) James evening assisted by Miss uueuy uraui Dellart, the six year old son of Rev violin lette with the Leslie Dellart and Mrs. Dellart, died Thursday, July, I9, of cholera infant Materials For Red Gross ium. The child was sick only a few Work Received. dats and suffered intensely all the time, The funeral was held the following The Chairman of the Cloverport Red Friday, services conducted by Rev. Cross Society has received the materials Meng. The remains were buried in the for maklnp handkerchiefs, tray covers McQuady graveyard. etc. and the cotton for knitting wasu The pall bearers were: Misses Sudie clothes for the soldier boys. The work Bates, Mary Bates, Mary Belle Lyons will be distributed at the meetings whlctt and Pearl Lyons are held at a o'clock every Tuesday and All the women Friday afternoons. Shoots Wife and Self. irhether members of the Red Cros bo :ietv or not are invited to come to the St. Louis, Mo,, July 30. After shootmeetings and help put in a few stitches ing his wife, Mrs. Ella Snyder, here this morning, Charles Snyder, 57, turned GaMlidates Were Busy his revolver on himself. Both were In Town Saturday. when police arrived. The couple have four children. No cause is known. The Candidates from over the County Charles Snyder is a brother to Horace areauitebusv "making hay while the Snyder of Oklahoma and is now visiting bun shines" as they only have a few his old home near Bewleyville. He passnore days left before the Primary elec ed through St. Louis recently on his lion. way here but did not see his brother. Thev were conspicious in this city He can't account for the trouble Saturday, the chautauqua being tlie at traction for them and for a number of Gospel To Follow Flag. beonle from the surrounding country. Cain, Irvington candidate for Rov Complete Testaments bound In khaki ierjresenative was here, S. B. Payne, Irvington candidate for County Judge, so that they can go Into the field in Austin Arms candidate for Tailor and regulation lighting clothes, are being Ihree of his opponents who are Roe prepared for the soldiers of the country look. Hardinsburg. Tice Heudrlck, and Bibles In every tongue, from ChiClover Creek and Julius B. Jackson, Tar nese to Yiddish, are being published by the hundreds of thousands so that the Fork. Gospel may follow the Hag. Ministers and priests of all the churches In the Irandenburg Women Have United States, Protestants and Catholic A Creditable Association. are offering their services for religious work at the training camps. New York and New Jersey GuardsThe Women's Cemetery Association a joint Memoria men have received Invitations from the Brandenburg held ervice with the Odd Fellows lodge of ministers of Spartanburg, Petersburg, Atlanta, Louisville and Houston to ac that city on Decoration Day. cept the religious hospitality that is to Miss Mona Price, who is quite a pub lic spirit woman of Brandenburg, read be provided in the vicinity of the'r an interesting paper at the service which camps. Twenty million Sunday school being organized to take vas published in full in last week's children are part In the war work, with all sorts of leade County Messenger. to them. Sixty societies Miss Price stated that the Association tasks assigned had been organized ten years and had of Catholic women are busy forming a Izpended $803.82 In that course of time. war bond to help the Knights of bey have started an endowment fund Columbus to furnish the building that are to be erected in this country and flitcU amounteu 10 J.33. mus tar. Mrs. J. D. Hardin conceived the idea In France. bf the association and the late Mrs, Abe The demand by newly appointed chap lams for equipment has caused the )itto was the first president. The association has done some credit A Tier lean BlbleSoclety to ask for $ls0,- 000 to be used in printing new works. able, work. One about to fight to make the world . .. ut nrt-- ka n. r Irvington, July I". . 3.( Special) He was Juat n lontf, lean country Rink From nwny out west where tho hoptoads wink; Ho was six fect two In his stockln' feet, Hut ho kep' Kcttln thinner tho moro he'd cat. Vet ho wan ns lirave ns ho was thin. When the war hr.)l;e out ho gut right In, Unhitched his plow, put the mule nwny. An' then tho oll folks heard him say: CL0RT RED CROSS juiy.37-17. After havlr.g made ns thorough a canvass as time would permltme to make, realize that I have failed to see many of the Democratic voters of Hrecltlt.. ridge county. I have tried to make an honorable race for the nomination winch I now seek as Jailor of Breckinridge county, without saying aught against my opponents I now submit my claims to the Democrats, and ask each voter to consider carefully, and dccldo for yourselves whether or not I dosorve the nomination, and whether or not tha Democratic party owes me this nomination at this time. I made a hard fight four years ago. was defeated itloug with ntlwr Democratic candidates In the final election, hut worked un tlringly from the time I received the nomination until the final vote was cast It has long been a precedent of the Democratic party, under such clrcum stances, to give the defeated candidate, who has spent nis time and made an expensive campaign, the nomination the second time in order that ho may make even a harder, fight. If you will consider my claims and give me tho nom inatlon for j'lllor of your county, I pledge you now that I will carry the honor to victory In November. If It can be done by any democrat In Dreckinridgc county. In other words I will work from now until November trying to carry the Democratic ticket to victory. Respectfully, Adv. Tice Hendrlck. I NEWS. (1 near the Army Post in Ft. Dcs Moines. .Mr. I't. Des Moins, la. July John I). Ilabbagc, 23-1- 7 WILL PROTECT TENANTS. Plotting Fatal Anarchist Accused of Way Found to Keep Tradesmen Away Bomb Explosion. From Apartment Dwellers. Snn Francisco. Alexander Bcrkman. Milwaukee. Tradesmen, including anarchist, wast Indicted by the grand Jury here for murder In connection the butcher, the baker and the candlewith tho bomb explosion here last July. stick maker, will not swarm about He Is apartment houses to the annoyance of In which ten lives were lost. deaccused of taking part tu the conspira- tenants If the recommendations cy, which, the stntc charges, culminat- vised by tho management of one of Milwaukee's most modem established hi the explosion. Mrs. Ilcna Moo-neadopted. wns put on trial here for one of ments nro generally In brief, patrons ore urged to do bomb murders, nnd her husband, the one grocer, one Thomas, and Warren K. Billings are their trading with but one lauudryman milkman, one Iceman, under sentence of death and life Im- and the like. The quality of service prisonment respectively for murder, rendered Is expected to determine the growing out of the explosion. selection of favorites. By this means Bcrkman. now serving two years In the leaseholder, It Is expected, will not the federal prison at Atlanta, Ga.. for be at an unseemly hour by conspiracy to defeat the draft law In the awakened merry rattle of cans or clink of New York city, with the aid of Emma bottles as squad after squad of milkGoldman, also sentenced to two years' men go trooping over the premises. Imprisonment, published an anarchist paper called the Blast about the time Mo ley Ready for Teachers. of the explosion. District Attorney FIckert Bald efforts will be made to bring Bcrkman here Supt. Joel Trent has received the for trial before the expiration of his money for the school teachers of the sentence. county. He will pay the teachers next week when they goto Hardinsburg John K. Ditto Dies. to attend tHe'ln'stiiute. y INDICT BERKMAN FOR MURDER Dear Sir Enclosed you will find money order for seventy five cents please send me the News six months. We are now living within two blocks of the army post where there is something like soldiers loc ted. It is a beautiful place here. This is a fine healthy climate. We like here just fine. Crops in this section are far above the average crops. You will please start my subscription with your next issue of the News. Mrs. Lay ton Furrow Ft Des Moines, la. Should you have Red Cross Chapter in your city, I will donate 10 psr cent of my receipts at Cloverport, after licenses is paid to the cause. I cannot go but am willing to give to a worthy cause. Very Truly Yours, Ralph Emerson. Mr. Emerson, is fainihry known in towns 011 the Ohio, ns the owner of the Emerson Boat Show, Golden Rod. On Thursday evening, August, 2nd his boat will show here giving the play, The Red Cross Nurse which will be a thrilling story of war and will give an idea of what the Red Cro-,- nurses are doing. Mr. Emerson's generous offer to Cloverport Red Cross Society will be graciously received by the officers and members of the society. It will help swell the Red Cross fund quite a bit as his boat show is usually well attended. s Editor News, Cloverport, Ky. Interested in the Draft. I'aducah, Ky. Mr. John I). Ilabbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir and Friend You will please find enclosed one dollar for which send me the News for one year or the $1 00 worth, semi this weeks. We want to knew who has to go to the war from our home county. Yours Very Truly. S. R. Payne. July-27-1- 7 Rev. C. E. Dudley to Fill Methodist Pulpit. In the absence of the pastor, Rev. M. L. Dyer who is at Narrows, Ky., holding a revival, the Methodist pulpit will be filled Sunday morning, 11 o'clock by Rev. C. E. Dudley, Earlinglon whose subject will be the "Twentieth Century Sunday School." There will be no church services in the evening. Like to Hear From Old Hardinsburg. Ky. Ky. 7. July-lql- Mr. John Ilabbage, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir We have moved to Indiana, but want to hear from Dear Old Ky., and want you to send us the Breckenridge News for six months and what is the price so I can send it to you? I will send it in advance as soon as you tell me the price. Have the paper. sent by 26th My address is 727 6tu St. Tell City, Ind. Mrs. Scott Bell. - Hardinsburg Man Arrested For Forging Checks. Hiram O. Phelps, 2i, of Hardinsburg, son of the late Hiram Phelps, of Louisville, was arrested at the Watter-so- n Hotel yesterday morning by Detectives White and Connelly, charged with having uttered worthless checks. He. was released later on bond furnished by his uncle, Laban Phelps, of the Company. Mr. Phelps was Planter's Central Tobacco Warehouse ' Mr. John K. Ditto, Brandenburg died In Lexington Thursday at the home of hts daughter, Mrs. Ernest Ditto. His remains were brought to Brandenburg for burial on Friday. He Is surrived by several children and one brother Abraham Ditto, Branden burg. CARP WAR ON FINGER PRINTS LEGAL JAPANESE. Immature Truck Farmer Harvests Crop to Save It. Hood Ulver, Ore. T. Mntsitmoto. Japanese truck gardener whose acres were Inundated when the Columbia freshet broke over his dikes. Is con ducting the most unique harvest ever witnessed In Hood Itlvcr. Pushing a flntbont along Ills water covered truck rows, the Jnpnneso Is cutting off Immature cabbage heads Court Holds They Are but Tracings of Lines Upon the Fingers. New York. It Is not unconstitutional person convicted of a to finger print crime, according to a decision by Judge Wndlmms In general sessions, upholding the finger printing statute The decision was given In the enso of Anna Sallow, convicted recently of disorderly conduct. After reviewing the history of the case nud the previous decisions on the questloi the court 11 says: "Finger prints are but the tracings of physical characteristics or the lines upon the fingers. Nothing further Is required In finger printing than bus been sustained heretofore by the courts In making proofs of Identification." arrested on war rants taken out by Alvln A. Webb, of Joe Mulhatan? chief clerk of the Willard Hotel. The warrants charged that he cashed three Moweaqua, 111. July-2worthless checks, two for $t0 each and 17 one for $25, at the Willard. The cheeks Mr. John Ilabbage, Dear Sir I am enclosing fl.$o for were drawn on the Farmers Bank of subscription to the Ilreckenridge News. Hardinsburg. He sure and send this paper as I do not Young Phelps lives at Hardinsburg, want to miss a copy. but speuds a great deal of his time in Wheat and oats are good here and corn Louisville. Louisville Herald. I is looking well. We had a fine rain this evening. I wonder what has become of Little Girl Dies After 4 What Has Become , three feet under water. Doing Service in France. The Japanese Is having to hurry this operation In order to save any of his crop, for swarms of carp have William Mussellman, son of John come In at the break in the dike and Mussellman, Irvlugton is with the are ravenously eating the gardener's Third Field Artillery which is naw fresh vegetables. doing service in France. Mr. Mus sellman is a Major and has been In the Back On His Old Job. American Artillery for 18 years. John Musiellman is the happiest TOWN KEEPS UNTO ITSELF. man In Irvington, He-Iback on hit rid job at the pump after an absence o Loudville, Me., 8eceded From Union several years. His friends in Irving' In '61 and Never Came Back. ton are congratulating him. Augusta, Me. Loudville, the home of 150 persons living 011 Loud's Island, enjoys an anomalous distinction as an REMOVES MEN'S HATS. American town. Loudville Is legally part of Malno Young Woman Member of Patriotic and the United States, but It won't adBand Adopts Forcible Methods. s Joe Mulhatan? Maybe he has gone to fight the Germans. I was spying around as I came home from work the other evening and come very near getting shot by what I thought was a bunch of Germans I ventured a little closer and found it to be Emil White, Roy Beavin, Albert Elder, Eugene Smith and others to num. erous to mention. Roy said he was looking for "Old Mul" but as he could not find him he leaveled down 011 me and shot, (with his Brownie) Hope this will find all enjoying peace and happiness. I remain as ever your friend. Wm. Weatherholt. Short Illness. Harned (Special) July no, On Satur. day July 28th, I9I7 the death angel visit-th- e home of Mr. and Mrs. George Drane and took from them their baby daughter Alliene. Little Alliene was a little more than two years old and a very bright lovtng child. She was ill about four weeks of summer complaint but 'twas thought she would recover until a short time before her death. She leaves a father, mother sister and two brothers and several other relatives. Parents-Teachers Can't Do Without Home Paper. Take in Clarion, Iowa, July-2l-lMr. John D. Ilabbage, Dear Sir Enclosed you will find $l.oo for which please send me the Ilreckenridge News. Crops out here are looking fine and I like this country, but I feel like I can't do without my home paper Will close mit It. wishing you success I remain as ever Loudville seceded from the United your old subscriber. States when the "south did and never ' Pat Macken. enme hack. When u federal oltlcer went to Loudville to enforce, the civil wardrnft FACED DANGERS TO REGISTER ho wus met with 11 shower of hot potaOil Man Walked Eleven Miles and toes. He went away. Swam Flooded Streams. Loudville pays no taxes, has no. Ellsworth, Kan. Heavy rains mid streets, no sewers, no lights, no boat landings and pays for 110 mall. It swollen streams almost compelled merely permits mall to he thrown Carl Holt of this city to miss registering. Holt Is a tool dresser for tho ashore twice a week. oil drill, eleven Loudville claims It Is neutral In the Shnmrock-Cushln' miles southeast of Ellsworth. Ho was war. required to register here. When Holt, late In the afternoon, A Correction started to drive Into Ellsworth with his car be found himself cut off by streams which had flooded and washThrough an oversight on the part of ed out tho bridges. the News office force, Mr. S. B. Ho promptly discarded tho car, Payne' announcement appeared under swain 'the creek and started' to walk the head of tandldatci for Represena. the eleven mile. to Ellsworth. In the ttvet In last week's Issue. The News course of his walk be found it necesdesires to correct this error and state sary to navigate other streams In a like that Mr. Payne Is a candidate for manner. Fifteen minutes before 0, County Judge In place of Represena-tlv- e wet, muddy and tired, be rushed, Into and what Is more ht Is a real live the registration hall and signed his name to the card. g $50 Selling Cold Drinks. The Parent-TeacheClub took in 150 by selling ice cream and cold drinks at their stand during the three chatauqua days. After the expenses are paid they have a will net profit close to $3o. The Club intends to make improvements and beautify the school house yard. There is to be a business meeting of at the school building Friday afternoon, 4 o'clock. The members are requested to attend. Parents-Teacher- s On The Dixie Highway. Sparta, Tenu., Sunday July 29th, Ed Dillon, Hardinsburg, Moving slowly. Lots of rain. 400 miles from home and 3."0 miles from Waynesville N. C. our destination. Write me, C, V. Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. Robertsou are motoring through the country. They are on the Dixie Highway and enjoying the trip 1 -- Ed. Operation for Appendicitis. Mrs, Louis Klnculoe, Hardinsburg was taken to Louisville Monday to be operated on for appendicitis at the St. Josephlnfirmary. She was accompained by Dr. John Kinchloe. Free Trip Railroad Fare Paid to all purchasers of $10 or over within a radius of ten miles. REMOVAL SALE! GOLDEN RULE STORE Free Trip Railroad Fare paid to all purchasers of $10 or over within a radius of ten miles. Children's Dresses, Boy's Clothing Worth of Men's Clothing, Furnishings, Ladies' Ready-to-Weaand Shoes for Men, Women and Children, TO BE SOLD AT ONCE Regardless of What They Cost; Also a Large Stock of Dry Goods and Groceries to be Sold at a Greatly Reduced Price. r, $20000.00 Great Cut in Prices on all lines ot Merchandise Throughout Ev$3.48 ery Department in the Store. $4.48 $2.48 1 1 Sale Opens Mark This Date arid IVIark it Well! WEDNESDAY. AUG. 1. 1917 at 9 $6.00 values Sale price $6.50 value Sale price.. $4.00 values Sale price $4.50 value Sale price... $3.50 value Sale price 10c of Children's Hose, 15c values; sale price of Ladies' Dressing Saques; sale price 14c 1 of Ribbons worth 12Jc; sale price... 8c 1 of Turkish Bath Towels worth 10c; sale price.8c 1 of Cup Towels worth 10c; sale price 3c 1 Box French-AmericSoap; sale price 23c Bonnie Bess Toilet Soap; worth 6c, sale price 3c 1 Box of Fine Toilet Soap, 3 bars; sale price 9c a. m. Sharp IsVl rl O Men's Shoes Ladies' Ladies' White Wash Skirts, est styles; $3.00 value, sale price lat- $2.98 OZi lot lot lot lot lot 0 04 1 1 QQ vU an 00 Ladies' White Wash Skirts; $2.00 value Ladies' White Wash Skirts; $1.50 value Ladies' Skirts, latest sport stripe, $2.50 value 98c 79c QQft AO i0 Ladies' Shoes Liulois' Ilightop, calf; plain loo; $6.00 value Ladios' Cloth top; patent und dull; $5 00 valuo Ladies' Gypy boot; 4.50 valuo 15 OJitO An An OditJO ftft QQ QQ Pounds of Sugar for ZjU OOn .$8 $1.00 00 UOu To Any Purchaser of Men's 50c Suspenders Children's Ho.-- o $5.00 worth or more Haincnats; worth Ladies' valuo four-ba- r Pump, $4.00 Oh viuO QQ OJidO Ann- An QQ Women' Calf Pump, $4 50 value Women's Patent Pump, Cloih Art QQ top; .f 4.50 valuo uZiuO Women's White Canvas Pump.tfM 70 $3.00 value Oil d Misses' Velour Haby Doll tfn An Pump; $4.00 valuo 1 lot Ladies' Shoes; tfM MQ Special vZiJU ftn qq uZiuO in. lUu J AM 1 Mason's Jars; quart size; worth 80c per dozen -l 40U - Great Reductions on Children's Dresses Children's Dresses, $1.50 value, sale price Children's Dresses, $1.00 value, sale price Men's 20c Hose; all colors ftrfl ZOb "uatanteid; 2 for 100 pairs ladies low Shoe Pohah 0b QQn UOu Violet Talcum An Calumet Baking Powder j 0i40 Men's Buckskin shoes; worth $2.50 Men's Overcoats; ues up to $15.00 val- - 0 140 flQ Pf ODiOU fn ( (J ....0G tOu JQ 0li40 Burhon Twist Tobacco; 2 for Pn Children's Dresses, 75c sale price 45c Men's Clothing Men's 118.00 values; price Men's Suits; $25.00 values; sale price Men's Suit.-- ; $18.00 values; sale price Mct.s Suits; $IG 00 values; sale price Men's Overcoats; $20.00 values; sale price Men's Ovcrcoate; $18.00 values; sale price Pinch-Back Men's Hats 11.98 Suit.--; ... $U.'J8 $13.08 $9.9S $11 98 $7 08 Boys' Clothing Boys' Boys' Boys' Boys' Boys' Boys' Boys' Boys' Suits; Suits; Suits; Suits, $5.48 values; sale price $4.48 sale price values; $3.48 values, sale price $2.98 values, sale price 89c sale price Knee Pants, $2.00 values, 48c Knee Pants, $1.00 values, sale price 23c Knee Pants, 75c values, sale price Brownie Overalls, 75c values, sale price... 58c $8.00 $6.00 $5.00 $5.oo j j I Men's Felt Hats, $3.00 values; sulo price Men's Felt Hats, S2.50 values sale prico Men's Straw Hats, $2.50 values salo prico Mon's Straw Hats, $2.25 values sale price , Men's Straw Hats, $1.50 values sale price Men's Palm Beach uud Silk Hats sulo price .". $1.73 95c $1.48 98c Ladies' Union Suits, lace trimmed, umbrella stylo 75c value; sale prico Ladies' medium weight Underwear; 75c valuo salo price . Ladies' Sample Underwear; $1.00 valuo salo prico Ladies' Underwear 48c 48c 79c ...48c ..43c $1.19 i mmf Men's Furnishings Men's Dress Sbirts, $2.00 values salo prico Men's Dress Shirts, $1.50 values Halo prico Mon's Dress Shirts, 75o values sale prico Men's Work Shirts, 75c values sale price Men's Work Shirts, 75c values salo prico Men's Pa in Beach Shirts, 75c values salo prico Men's Ties, 75c values salo prico Men's Tics, 50o values salo prico Mon's Ties. 25c values salo prico I www ...., SI .48 98c Men's Pants Men's Khaki Pants. (Men's Blue Serje Pants Men's Fine Dress Pants., Men's Fine Dress Pants Men's Fine Pants Men's Fine Pants Men's Overalls. $1 Dry Goods 2.98 3.98 73 1.18 Men's Underwear Men's Balbritrpin Union Suits; 75c value sale price . Men's Atholetiu Union Suits; 75o value salo price Men's Athetotic Separuto pieces; I55o valuo salo price Men's Heavy Weight; 75c valuo salo price ...... Men's Medium weight; 75c valuo salo prico : 1.39 Poplin, worth 25c per yard ., Marquisette, worth 15c per yard Wool Crepe, worth 35c per yard White Aladras, worth 25c per yard. Calico, worth 10c per yard I lot of Linen, worth 40c per yard Ladies' Fibre Silk llqsc, value 60c; sale price 17c 9c 26c 17c 48c 48c 59c 6c 23c 01) values ..... 58c .. 98c 45c 45c 19c 11c 9c 48c: Men's Overalls, SI 50 values. 38c . SPECIAL! 48c Glass Bowls - 10c Men's Cotton Gloves, 12c values, sale price Men's Cotton Hose, 15c values, sale price Men's Supporters, Boston or Paris, sale price Men's and Ladies' Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs; 10c value, only ,9c 21c Boy's Undcrwcur; 75c values sulo prico.... . Only One to a Customer. 4c Goods Exchanged But No Money Refunded Remember, the Golden Rule Store is Going Out of Business in This Town. The Golden Rule Store CLOVERPORT, KY. Goods Exchanged But No Money Refunded I I PERSHING FAVORS - til much ROOTS AND BARK ANCIENT REMEDY Our Grandfathers Used Them here entcnile to Hurt Inshore. Thursday. Dixon Ehkrldge THE PROPER 1 COURSE vlIicd Mr, and Mrf. FRENCH SYSTEM Joe Fentrtts IhM week. organized at Once, SOME INCREASED, in Crude Form, SOME GUT CHIEFINGREDIENTS OF TONIC great-grand- wrnt to Htdlnbi,rg, WedntMliiy. Mrs. Mary Dugeon nnd Mamie Comp ton .'ittendedljthe funeral of Mr. Eztn Tucker, Frldnj . Mr, nml Mrf. Abe litck and Kcv. ncd Mr'. Noah linshnni attended church at Frifrview, Sunday, and wire llnner of Mr. and Mrr, litrny Hasham K u is I Arba Tucktr, of New Richmond, O.. visitttl friends nnd relatives here latt J, U. Aldridgn Information of Priceless Value to Every Cloverport Citizen. How to act in an emergency Is knowledge nf inestimable worth, ami this is particularly tiue of the diseases nnd ills of the human body. 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Each Company Undir the New Plana Would Ba Compoaad of 250 Man With n Captain and Four Lieutenant! 8howa That Our Foreea Ara Ex pactad to With French. Ao-tlo- The llrst important result of General Pershing's conferences at the Paris War office and observations on the western front will be a reorganization of the United States army along the Unas of the French units. The reorganization will affect every company, regiment and division of the present regular establishment and the militia units that are about to go to camp. The national army, called under the draft, will be organlted altogether along French lines. Orders for the reorganization aro now being prepared by the general staff and will be telegraphed to the various departmental commanders about the date of tbo field mobilization of the lullltln. Perahing's Recommendation. As a result of the experience of the civil war, supplied with lessons taken from European wars of fifty years, the American army was organized on the 'basis of from 100 to ISO men to a company, 1,200 to 1.S0O to a regiment and approximately 23,500 to a division. The war college has insisted that this represented the best possible system of organization for a number of reasons of a technical nature. General Pershing has been convinced by the French general staff that such organizations were proper under the old methods of warfare, but that the United States should do away com pletely with this system if tho American troops nre to bu of the utmost pos sible service to the allies' cause. In place of these units General Pershing has recommended by cable that the companies be increased to 230 men, regiments to 3,000 and divisions be cut approximately to 17,000. As it would be impossible to expect Franco to reorganize an army of millions, General Pershing reported that this country should immediately build Its system along the Hues already followed by the greater force. When General Pershing's report was received officers of the war college division of the general staff objected strenuously to an adoption of the French system. Some of the younger officers complained bitterly that the United States should not throw over bodily a system that was adopted because it was believed to be perfect. Will 8haka Up Minor Officer. The principal reason ascribed for the change is that American troops are expected to occupy trenches alternately with French troops. Unless the units are in the same size confusion would result from the Interchange. In other words, if a French division of 17,000 men was withdrawn so that an American could take the trench it would be manifestly Impossible to make the change. Conversely, the same difficulties would arise from attempting to use American companies and regiments in trenches occupied by French organizations. As a result of the change there will bo a general shakcup of officers In minor commands. In the American organization n company is commanded by a captain, assisted by it first and second lieutenant. Under the new system the captain will remain In command, but will nrobnbly be mounted, mill ho will havo four lleutetiiints.uuder him. No change Is nntlclpated In the batA talion or regimental cominnnds. major will command the former mid n colovcl the latter, as under the present system. A colonel under the now system will havo almost ns many troops as n brigadier general now lias. A division ut present is commanded by a Mr. Lnmberth Tucktr called to see , Our grand fathers and Miss Suda GalU.uiy, Sunc'ay evttinp fathers knew tho medicinal values of roots, barks, flowers and berries. Their Jess Clark and little sob, Homer, medicinal qualities are the same now went to Harned, Monday. as they were n hundred years ago, but Misses Nora and Birdie Driskell, of the scientific process of treating tlieni Ri ff, attrnded the burial of Mr, Kzra has been Improved. In former times the herbs were brew- Tucker, Friday. Mrf. Suda Pile, of Custer, visited ed Into teas. Today modern laboratories make a vastly superior product. relatives here last week, Tanlac is a preparation of roots, barks and berries subjected to a process that MATTINGLY extracts their medicinal virtues in con. centrated form. ,It is especially design-e- d to build up run down people. It MIssV Allene Barton has returned has helped thousands who were sufferfrom Leltchfield. ing from disordered stomachs, liver Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, of Free, and kidneys. George It. Kelly, a mail carrier of were guests if Mr. a Ed Mrs. B F New Hoie, Ky., is one of the thou- Frank last Sunday. sands In the Blue Grass State who have Mr. Lawrence Beavin, who has been endorsed Tanlac. Here ,1s what he to say about this wonderful tonic: ill for the past week, is Improving. has Mr. B. F. Fnnk, of Mattlngly, has "I had trouble with my stomach nnd bowels. After eating I had cramps. I been appointed Postmaster at this place lost my appetite and got so I hated to for the next four years. eat niiytlilng. I felt bad all over. My Mr. and Mrs. James Keenan and two tongue was coated and I had a bad granddaughters vMted relatives at tnsto In my mouth. iiist buturdav and Sunday. "Nothing helped me before I started taking Tanloc. I took three bottles Mrs. John Lawson, of Cloverport, and by that time 1 could eat anything came out to Mattingly last week to visit without having cramps. I am feeling her sick nephew, Lawrence lit a 'in. fine now. Tnnlae helped mo from the start and I have recommended It to Mrs F. Flead and daughters, of Owensboro, have been visiting relatives many of my friends." If you are not feeling right get Tan- here, lac today. ' Mr. and Mrs. M. E Hambletou visitTanlac can be bought in Cloierport at Wedding's ed her sister, Mrs. Peyton Eskridge, and Mr. Eskiidge, at Cloverport last rt tors include the biggest men in town. Each individual account is given special attention. We are opening new accounts daily. Come in and talk over your banking with us. Oar officers will be glad to meet you. It is the man with cash in bank whose voice is heard. Checking and savings The Farmers Bank. FACTS ABOUT OUR NAVY - Hardinsburg. Ky. AS TOLD BY LIEUTENANT Louisville, Henderson & St, Louis Ry. Go. Tells of the Effect of Constant Firing on the Large Caliber Guns Other Details. ST. LOUIS DAILY TO EVANSVILLE major general Entire Service Affected. It Is assumed that the new divisions of smaller size will have a commanding officer of the sanio grade. While the proposed chango appears to be merely a matter of readjustment in numbers, as a matter of fact It affects every branch of the service, and they must all bo reapportioned to meet the reorganization. As an example: The quartermaster corps, the medical corps and every other staff organization, with transports, materials and supplies, IS built on the present regimental and divisional lines. All moat be changed to meet the requirements of tho new system. One of the significant aspects of this reorganization is that the calculations all aro based upon the French system rather tl'ian the British, Indicating Gen-er- a I Pershing anticipates the closest with the armies of kind of General Petain rather than of Halg. girl of New Yorlc Is first to tumble foiir stories, touching nothing on way down, and live. But they can't explain how It happened. Next Spring Style. No packet", , belt or cuffs oa awt will Vhar ta carry Fall Four 8tori Doctors say Live. V t 9 Saturday. Miss Irene Hrickev entertained Mr. Gus Brown at her home last Sunday, it Mrs. Helen Avitt and Miss Ruby being his 21st birthday. Casey, of Louisville, are visiting friends Mrs, Kussell Keenan visited her aunt here. Mrs. Sarah FrHnk, and daughters last Mrs. Edgar Compton visited friends Saturday. in Irvingtou last week. Mi-- .s Ntllie Brown was the guest nf Geo. Keltner and family, of Gentry, Miss Valeria Frank last Sunday. Ind., visited his brother, Henry KeltMr. Marvin Basham visited Miss Opal ner, recently. IUrbee last Sunday. Mrs. Jim Dutsuhke and children, of Mrs, Alfred Blair and children visited Louisville, were the ween end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James SanMrs. Ida Nottingham. ders, at Cloverport last Sundav. Mrs. Edgar Compton, after spending Mr. and Mrs. George Taul visited her weeks with her parents, Mr. several and Mrs. Adam Basham, has returned mother, Mrs. Lucy Pale, at Cloverport last Saturday. to her home in Evansville, Ind. Mr. Luther Pate and family were ihs Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Argabright spent Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Avitt, guests of his mother, Mrs. Lucy Pate, Sundav with last Saturday. of Raymond. Mrs. Curtiss Pate commenced teachChas. Payne was home froni Louising school at Taul's, July ao. ville Saturday on a visit. Mrs. Ann Payne and Miss Ruby For earache, toothache, pains, burns, Payne spent Saturday with Mrs. Chas. scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' Payne. Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for emMrs. Nelse Beauchamp and little son, ergencies are visiting Estelle, of Louisville, FIRE WHISTLE BRINGS BOY. friends here. Several from this place attended the Little One Waa Loit, but He Came In picnic at Andyville Saturday. to Inquire. Miss Lora Keys spent Saturday and Logausport, Ind. Jimmy Slagle, aged Sunday with Willis Deacon. four, had been missing from his home Misses Liska and Jennie Basham and hero all day. Neighbors Joined In the Slagle notified Delia Deacon attended church at Shi-lo- h search, and later Mrs. the police. Sunday. The siren whistle at tho electric light Jesse Payne and family spent Sunday plant, which Is blown when a fire with his brother, Clarence Payne. alarm 13 turned in to notify people to shut off tlie water, was used in an One way to relieve habitual constipa- effort to arouse tho citizens. Soon tho newspaper offices and police tion is to take regularly a mild laxative Doan's Regulets are recommended for headquarters were swamped with call this purpose. 30a a box at all drug to know the nieaniiiK of the extended blowing of the whistle. They were stores. notified that the Single boy was lost, and general sen nh of the city began. MOOK Toward evening .llminy walked Into a fire station in the business part of wagon behind him. Mr.' Parson Pile and sister, Mis Eliza tho city, pulling Sunday School con IIo said ho heard tho whlstloaud wantbeta attended the ed to know about the tire. vention at Harned, last Sunday. Mrs. Kate Tucker and Mrs. Matt SHOE FOOLS BOOTBLACKS. Smith visited Mr. and Mrs. Riley Tucker last week. Trio of Wounded Tommiee Haa One Leg Left to Stand on. Mr. Henry Haves and mother visited London. Three Invalid soldiers hi Dr. and Mrs. Tucker, of McDanlels,last y wheel chairs propelled themselves week. through a crowded railway station Austin Arms, of Hardlnsburg, was hero to a bootblack stand and demandhere Wednesday. ed that their shoes be shlued In a hurry. Three bootblacks rushed forMrs. Jess Clark visited Mrs. j. D. ward, pulled aside the coats thrown Thursday. laps of tho soldiers and found chil- over the Mr. and Mrs. Riley Tucker and that two of the men had 110 legs, while dren and Mrs. Matt Smith and Mrs. the third had only one. Kate Tucker were dinner guests of Mr. The soldiers laughed uproariously, and Mrs. Homer Pile, Wednesday. tho crowd Joining in the demonstration Mr. Lamberth Tucker and mother of mirth. passed through here Tuesday enroule Auto Turns Turtle) Rider Unhurt. to Hardlnsburg to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wright. Kau. I. V. Steinmato of Albert Tucker. road Macksvlllo was traveling along G E. Tucker and mother, Mrs. Vita, west of here In his ucw sis cylinder auto and smoking a corncob plpo when went to Hardlnsburg Tuesday. Miss Viola Klper spent the week end a rear tire on tho car exploded. The turned turtle, burying the with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bates machine be:When Stelnraate driver atb. Klper, of McDaniels. crawled out he still held his plpo in The death angel visited the home of his mouth. The body of tho auto was Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Tucker, July 20th, demolished. and took Mr. Tucker away. A 8trong Character. Mrs, Susie Atdrldge visited her moth"A strong minded woman, you say?" er, Mrs. Parthens Tucker., of Madrid, "Unquestionably. 1 dou't believe she Thursday. would show any signs of agitation Mrs. Phldoola Galloway spent Mon- whatever if she were to discover that day wlth Mri. Vita Tucker. powdar l)fr has wUIm r-- " "IrmlriSm iriHuuhl L0DIBURG 11 11 rap-Idl- A fourteen Inch gun Is built up from 8:35 a. m.. 5:05 p. m., 9:48 p. m. 8:35 a. m., 9:48 p. m. eight or ten hoops or steel tubes. Each Is turned to 1111 exact fit less several thousandths of au Inch, then heated red until expansion permits it to be drawn 011. It cools and ndds strength PULLMAN PULLMAN not only by Its thickness, but by the grip of Its shrinking, writes Lieutenant SLEEPERS SLEEPERS Fltsliugh Green of the United States battleship Texas for the Vigilantes. The first or inner tube has helical grooves to give rotation to tho shell, Just as In uny sporting rifle. TremenHigh-Cladous firing pressures between fifteen Coaches Observation Parlor Cars and twenty tons per square Inch, combined with acid gases and other prodTRAINS LEAVE UNION STATION TENTH AND BROADWAY ucts of explosion, cause erosion or wearing away and pitting of tho City Ticket Office: Fourth and Main grooves. Inner tubes must be renewed gun, so periodically. The life of the Both Phones 1134- called, Is about l."0 shots. Since frequent target practices are held few years elapse before guns must bo taken ashore and retubed. The total cost of H. L. SWEENEY, R. F. PENN, E. M. WOMACK, retublng a fourteen Inch gun is in the C. P. A. G. P. A. T. P. A. of J5,000. neighborhood Besides the Inner erosion, constant shocks of explosion crystallize the KY. whole steel structure. Crystallization of metal may be likened to the drying of cheese. At first the mass Is relative ly tough and elastic. After the heavy punishment of protracted firing, gun tubes weaken nnd become brittle. Micro(PALATABLE) scopic examination reveals contraction (Contains no Arsenic) BETTER THAN CALOMEL OR QUININE. and disintegration of metal particles, Just as cracks and crumbly sections oc THE OLD RELIABLE cur In a cheese. Further use of the gun is dangerous. Sometimes the crys tallized state Is reached sooner than As well as a Remedy for Chills anil Fevers, Malarial Fevers, Swamp Fevers and ' IHlious Fevers. Just what you need at this season. was expected. The guns crack or burst. On the Michigan fifteen feet of a twelve inch gun broke off nnd fell on Mild At Druggists, 50c ind $1.00 Bottles Try It. Don't Take Any Substitute. deck. On the next load the pin capPREPARED BY tain, having opened the brooch to report "bore clear," shouted, "There ain't ROBINSON-PETTE- T no bore! Incorporated Tho charge of a fourteen Inch gun is LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY powder put 3S5 pounds of smokeless bags. The back up In four s end of each bag Is painted red nnd about four minces of black powder called the lmtition charge. A brass primer similar to a rlilo cartridge except it lias 1:0 bullet Ignites the black powder, whMi in turn sets tiro to the smokeless powder. Contrary to popuVYi- -, tc'fg KsKc SSSSa SJClis SSSsa lar belief, thero Is no real explosion, SS53 ?gs) 5333 S'Ba '?233 SSfl SSsSsci SsSSa S3 tcSS but a progrcs.sio burning of enormous rapidity. Vast volumes of gas at high temperaturu and pressure aro produced, 1 forcing the projectile out. A fourteen Inch shell weighs 1.100 pounds, is flvo feet long and contains a bursting charge. Twelve strong men Wo ollor you tho happy combination of 11 superior stock, g lift one with ditficulty. Yet from the H gun It can sink a battleship twelve and tho fairest prices. Kvory article Km n)U ti larjro assortment, miles away. It travels at the rate of H shown is tho best of its class every class represented is va- - jM 2,000 feet n second, or a mile every nen ana complete, xou win approve 01 our very ruiouauio STj two seconds. On striking it expends an energy of 05,(187 foot tons, or enough Come oven if it is necessary to como without know- KM prices. to transport a load of two tons to twice ljjvH infj why. You will find very wood reasons when you seo tho the height of Mount Everest. L., H. & ST. L. RY. c ss X LOUISVILLE, .X HUGHES' CHILL TONIC Excellent General Tonic COMPANY Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic silk-line- n con-tain- SUBSCRIBE ! ffi fees 1 Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver-- ware, Novelties, Etc. 1 Mi many splendid opportunities wo offer. Aid-ridg- e, MICHELIS TALKS TO PRESS 11 Declares Great Britain Desires En alavement of Cermny. , Berlin, July 30. Dr. Georg Michael-Isthe German Imperial chancellor, summoned a large number of newspa-pe- r men, to whom ho declared: "The speech of David the British premier, at Queen's hall, London and tho recent debate In the British house of commons against havo proved with Indisputable clearness that Great Britain does not desire peace by agreement and understanding, but only a conclusion of the war which means the enslavement of Germany to the arbitrary violence of our enemies." Lloyd-Georg- i T, G. LEWIS, watchmaker :: Hardinsburg, Ky. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: ftaSft.. AlwaTomnce& Irvlngton, Kf. l:iel Danger Zona Llnea Shifted. The Hague, July 30. Announcement haa been made at the Netherlands navy department that the boundaries o the British daacer tone had been htfu Uerartli U frffftaU the 4 eeapRBBp ijjumm. Clean Rags Wanted At the News Office V, THE BRECKENRIDGE JOHN D. BABBAGE, NEWS To The Voters of Breckinridge County : JZ-- T tditor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1917 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 charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. As I did not get to see all of my friend before the primary, on account of sick ness, I take this opportunity of saying to them that I am in to win for Jailor and ask that all get out to vote. Thanking you in advance for your support, Yours truly, I aaaaaaaA I "" " Jalalalala W am ROE HOOK Tho Renublican women aro allowed to voto in tho Primary olec for Countv school Superintendent. Their candidates aro J. Raleigh Meador and Cliff M. Payno. Tho exemption board of our of every five passing tho examination for tho selective draft. A TEXAS WONDER. IMPROVEMENTS ON HENDERSON ROUTE. The Skillman fill at the East end of ton will be completed thia week. It is a fine piece of work and adds much to the appearance of things at that end of town. It ia also a life savor and a money saver not only to the railroad but to all its patrons. What Mr. Hudson is doirig for his road now, is, to got it in shape to do business. All the bridges are being reenforced, the trestles rilled and all the kinks gotten out of the way so trains can run. It costs money to do this, Mr. Hudson like Mr. Hill when ho took hold of the Northern Paciric back in the eighties, realizes tbut there is a future for tho Louisville Henderson & St. Lnttis Railway. That its possibilities are only limited by its capacity to take cure of its business. And in order to take care of the business you must first have a track to run over, good safe and well laid. Then it must have tho equipment in engines und rolling stock and next, good, safe, steady men to handle this equipment. These are some of President Hudson's visions and wo are glad to say that everything now points to their fullfilment. Mr. Hudson is to the Louisville Henderson & St. Louis Railway Company what Mr. Hill was and Mr. Milton Smith now is to their roads. They aro building wisely not only for their road but tho communities they servo. Instead of people crying down railroads they should take a new vision and cry them up. And another thing Railroads ought to bo'allowed to run their own business liko other people. While "booking" is good for Good Roads. Why not "boost" for good railroads. Some of tho cities adopted the slogan, while raising money for tho Red Crose, of "Give till it hurts." This undoubtedly let off a number of rich old codgers with .fo. Commoner. Yes, and there are some folks who have u comfortable living and it "hurts" them merely to be asked to join the Red Cross. 'when .you die will your, county is counting on one man out vou leave widow helpless? RUSS RETREAT OWN Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, TO BORDER rheumatism, and Irregularities of the In both men and kidneys and bladder Regulates bladder troubles women. in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mall on receipt AMOiMCimsnf of Flltit Gonis ot $1.00. One small bottle Is two months' treatment, and seldom fails From Berlin. to perfect a cure. Send for Sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by drug gists ROUMANIANS ARE VICTORS DON'T ADD TO HER GRIEF AND SORROW, THE WORRY, OVER YOUR AFFAIRS. WHY NOT COME IN RIGHT NOW, MAKE YOUR WILL AND MAKE OUR TRUST COMPANY YOUR EXECUTORS? THEN YOUR WIFE WILL ALWAYS BE SURE OF HELP AND ASSISTANCE WHEN SHE NEEDS IT. "SCHEMERS" CANNOT PREY ON HER -- YOUR MONEY AND PROPERTY WILL BE CONSERVED FOR HER AND THE CHILDREN. DON'T PUT OFF COMING IN-- DO "TOMORIT NOW-F- OR ROW NEVER COMES.". COME TO OUR BANK THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST GO. HARD1NSBURQ, We Offer You KY. F LEAGUE TO VOTERS Frankfort. Ky., hily IS, I9I7 Dear Fellow Democrat: In a large number of the legislative and ser.ator ial districts of the state, wet demo crats have Hied for the democratic nomination at the primaries to be held on August lth. After having fought Prohibition for years these men now suddenly and loudly declare for the submission vi statewide dry amend metit to the constitution. In every soli' tary case, the liquor forces are solidly lined up behind these men. It is a matter of common notoriety, discussed in the newspapers, that the liquor corporations will not oppose sub mission but will seek to secure the sub mission of an amendment with somo objectionable feature that will cause its failure at the polls. To accomplish this sinister purpose, the liquor interests are having all their candidates de clare for submission. They will seek to organize the legislature with wets just as they have done before, then de fy the people as they did at the last regular session and submit a ham strung amendment acceptable to the liquor barons and nobody else. We appeal to the loyal democratic voters of Kentucky to see that this liquor scheme is not put across. What ever you do, don't do the supreme f ally of nominating a man foi the General Assembly who has always fought statewide Prohibition, even though be strenuously professes an eleventh hour conversion, especially if he has behind him the solid support of the wets. Look out for the candidate who asks you to send him to the legislature to enact into law the very thing he has been fighllng all his life. Don't get caught on such bait as that. The Democratic Forward League was formed to elect democratic members to the legislature who will support in honest dry amendment to the people and then support it after they have submitted it. We want an amendment submitted by Us friends and not by its enemies. The drys have been cheated and tricked and swindled by net politicians long enough. We want a squnro deal and the people are going to have it. Wo ask that you enlist among our members, signing one of tho enclosed enrollment blanks and get your democratic friends to sign the others. Then retiiru them to this olllce. Wi: will supply you with us many additional blanks as you can use. Yours for a Dry Kentucky and a Square Deal, A. Jf"A. Alexander, Chairman. Germans Are Forced to Retire Before the Roumanian Army British Big Gun Busy, Also Raid Number Teu Total Assets Over $850,000.00 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods tonic Trenches. London, July 30. Retreating on the eastern Gallclan front, the Russian troops have retired behind the Rus sian border at Huslatyn, according to the report from Berlin. Huslatyn is seventy miles due east ot Hallcz. Further south the Russians made a stand between, the Dniester and the Pruth rivers, but a powerful German attack broke their resistance and they are now being pursued along both banks of the Dniester, according to the German statement. The Germans say they have completed their retirement before tho victorious Roumanian army and have reached their prepared positions on tho upper Putna river. The artillery duel Is still raging In Flanders with undiminished intensity. The British guns, have never ceased sinco the terrific bombardment opened last week and the hammering which the German trenches are receiving may be realized from the description in the German official statement which describes the firing as "tho highest degree 'of massed effect" since the war began. British troops made a number of successful raids on the German trenches at various points of the battle front In northern France, according to the official statement Issued by the British war office. Many casualties were inflicted on the enemy and a number of prisoners and machine guns were taken. French Repulse Germans. Troops of the German crown prince at dawn made a violent attack on the French positions near Hurteblse farm on the Aisne front. The French official statement says the German attack was repulsed and that the French, In retaliation, later instituted an often-sIv- b between Hurteblse farm and La Bovelle, gaining ground at all points on this sector and particularly in tho region of- the monument. Reporting military operations on front the official the Austro-Italiastatement issued by the war department reads: "During tho night detachments or the enemy descended from Selle pass In San Pellegrlno valley, on our lines, and, supported by rtillory. attacked with machine gun and rifle flro. They were promptly checked and effoctlvo- ly dispersed by our machine guns. One ot our largo bombing air squadrons, escorted by chasers, again raid ed tho military establishments In Idrla and In tho Chlapovano valley and. notwithstanding a heavy fire from guns, dropped four enemy tons of high explosives. A delayed Roumanian official communication announces- tho capture of of Teutonic allied positions on a front of moro than eighteen miles and to n depth of moro than nlno miles, and also tho taking of additional prisoners, guns and munitions. Premier Korcnsky hss again started for the front. Tho destination of to. army headquarters, ia Koronsky whoro he will hold a confoionco wltn tho commanders on tho various fronts and also with Generals Aloxloff, Itiu-skand Gurko and former War Min At tho conrerenco ister Gutchkoff. It will bo decided whether M. Koron sky will retain his portfolio of war minister. Admiral Kolchak, former command-o- r ot tho Black Sea fleet, Is mentioned in connection with tho ministry of marine, a post also hold by M. n nntl-alrcray I This bank ties of service: Service : J C. PAYNE, offers and endeavors to maintain the following quali- More than 2,0C0,000 women have pledged themselves to follow tho food iidniinistniti n plan in order to save food within their own household. It will not be necessiry for us to have to sign that pledge for we have been taught that "willful wate makes woeful want." We have two organizations in our town of which we should be proud and we should help boost them too. One is the Red Cross and They aro both helping in a great the other is the work. Parent-Teacher- s. ABSOLUTE SECURITY of all funds in its custody. COMPLETENESS OF EQUIPMENT. EFFICIENCY AND COURTESY on the part of its and employes. Your account is solicited, whether large or small. officers FIRST STATE BANK J. PIGGOTT, President J. M. IIERNDON, Irvington, Ky. Cashier J. D. LyDDAN, Ass't. Cashier bill to $l,(J4:i,000,000. the income tax higher. The Senate Finance Committee bus agreed to raise tho War Tax Greater part of this will be raised by making Soma consolation in being poor. SOMEONE SAID "You're going to have a photo-graphjma- de Tho Russian women have had to don the soldier's uniform and go Some American mothers would rather go to the to the front. sec their sons go. front than Do your bit and learu to knit, A Washcloth, sock, and sweater, Or maybe something better. Green Bros., of Falls of Rough, write that thoy aro selling their ponies right along. These ponies were advertised in our paper. 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. Herbert Hoover declares that America will win tho war. had any other thought but that America would winl Wo arc in tho he it of war and summer too. If the war cools off with the weather, we might have peace next January. A man from the bai'k wo uls of Breckinridge said, go over there and kill lh" Oif.vir." Weill go to it. A cargo nf tvmitv-sitoiu of corn imported rived in the U S A. Iat. week. from Make the appointment today "Ho wanted to Venezula ar Brabandt's Studio Cloverport, Hy. . A'H Your Soil Feeds You I 'a FEED IT It matters not how strong your soil may be, it doubtless lacking in some element of plant food. No other method of supplying this need can compare with is f Teachers Institute. The Breckinridge County Taaeliers Uiktltute will convene: at the county seat on Monday August 6, 1917 and remain ir. Ncnslon llvo full days. Dr. Charles Evaus, of Uklohoina, Instructor . All teacher, holding a certificate In the county and all parties contemplating taking the teachers examination during the school cur will be required, by law, to attend the full of this Institute, Trustees will please notify nil teachers in their respective districts, as Is required by law, J. W. Trent, Superintendent. hes-bl- Commercial Fertilizers ! on ft We handle mixtures to meet every need of the soil. If you know in what element your soil is lacking and you SHOULD know come straight to us and we can furnish you the means of making yours a perfectly balanced soil. Make the most of your soil. Fertilizers are your guarantee. Dr. S. P. Parks, oS Irvington, Ky., Republican Candidate for Irvington Hdw. & Implement Co., IRVINGTON, KY. Counties of Breckinridge, Heade and Hancock. Ju order to. leave footprints in. tho nands of time "yoa must have a certain amount of ' sand. Philadelphia '.Record. The church ee of New Tork ettr are 1 I fjhe Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, Entered At AUG. t, 1917 Mr, find Mrs. Ernest Weatherholt nnd Mrs. James Satiders, of Tobinsport, were in this city last week to attend the I MAY CONVERT AUTO I PLANTS Government Is TO AIRCRAFT Chautauqua. Call Upon Manufacturers Thought Likely. 4 Classified tho Post OITllco at Olorcrport, Ky Mrs. WIcklllTe Stewart, of Evansvllle, as second class matter. nnd Hewitt Dowell, of Ilardinsburg, were here Friday evet.lng the guests of THIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN Mrs. G. A Payne. ADVERTISING DY THE Ice cream supper given by Young Li dies' Sjcltlv of St. Rose churcn at the Alrdome Friday evening, August 3 GENERAL OFFICES Admission 5c and l0;. NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Will Bowmer, of Louisville, spent BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Sunday with Mrs. Bcwmer and their two children who are the guests of Mr RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS and Mrs. W. II. Bowmer. Mrs. Chas. Haniby is in Clay, Ky,, . 2.50 the guest of her mother, Mrs. Cinnor. For Precinct and city Offic (6.00 She will go from there to Providence For County Offices 15.00 tor a visit before returning home. For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line Mrs. Viditto, of Louisville; Miss Ada 10 For Cards, per line Polk, of Tobinsport, Ind., and Mike For All Publications in tbe interTucker, of Jackson, Tenn , are visiting est of individuals or expression at the home of Miss Carrie Tucker. 10 of individual views per line Mrs. Adele Bates, of New Orleans, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrj. C. Train Schedule on E. Llghtfoot, leaves today for Danville, Ky., to visit her sister, Mrs. Mollie L. H. & Cooper Feland. Rev. Franks, of Beaver Dam, organized a Methodist church at Horse Effective June 17, 1917. Branch last Thursday, He will begin a EA8T BOUND 9 !l8 A. M. meeting August 13, assisted by Rev. M. No. 112 will leave Cloverport . 10:11 A. M Arriving Irvlnftton 1S:15 P. M L. Dyer. Hartford Herald. Arriving Louisville 4:M P. M No. 144 will leave Cloverport 5:50 P. M and women's leather Oxfords, ArVvtng Irvlngton 7:40 P. Arriving Louisville r . 5:08 A. M including alt white canvas shoes for M No. 148 wlllleave Cloverport 5:51 A. M, men, women and children. All straw Arriving Irvlngton Arriving Louisville 7:i A. M hats for men and women. Khaki pants WEST BOUND .10 57 A. M, for men and boys. Men's light work No. 141 will leave Cloverport.. ...12:09 P. M, Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson .lt:5 I. M, shirts. Quilt batting and other articles 1:23 P.M. too numerous to mention will be sold Arriving Evansvllle 7:40 P. M, Arriving 8t. Louis. Julian H. Brown. 7:45 P. M, absolutely at cost. 143 will leave Cloverport No. :C8 P. M, Arriving Hawesvlllo Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Smith and David 9:00 P. M, Arriving Owensboro .... P. M, Penlck, of Garfield; Miss Anna Ncdl- No. 145 will leave Cloverport ... 1:00 A.M. ArrlvlngOwensboro ...... 1:50 A.M. steil and Guy L. Smith, of Louisville, Arriving Henderson Arriving Kvansvllle......... 2:17 A. M, motored through Breckenridge county 7:40 A. M, Arriving St. Louis They were in Cloverpoit 0:30 A. M, last week. No. 147 will leave Cloverport 7:40 A. M, Wednesday and visited the News office. ArrlvlngOwensboro . M, 9:00 A. Arriving Henderson.-..- .Mr. Geo. Bentley, Mrs. Bentley und daughter, Miss Margaret, of Hawes- ville; Mr. and Mrs. Llghtfoot Millar and son, John Miller, of Kruger, Miss., were dinner guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. E Lightfoot. Gathered for our Busy Readers. Mrs. John Leech and children, John Church and Society Notes. Leech, Jr., and Sallie Leech, of Ben Avon. Penn., will arrive this week to J. Raleigh Meador is in Ilardinsburg, visit Mrs. Leech's mother and brother, Marion Weatherholt was in Louisville Mrs. Foster Lightfoot and Dr. Chas. Lightfoot. Monday. Mrs. Vera Jarboe and daughters, V. J. Ballman, of Mook, was here Misses Agnes and Lucile Jarboe, of Saturday. Ilardinsburg; Mrs. Ollie Wilson and Norman Gregory, of Lewisport, was Miss Thelma Wilson, of Fordsville, mo here last week. tored to Cloverport and spent last week Mis Julia Hill, of Richmond, is vis with Mrs. Olive Bucuby, who lives near iting Mrs. Miry Oeize. town. Mrs. Mike Hamman has been visitkg Miss Rosa SIpple has returned from relatives in Get nun, InJ. Bjwllng Green where she has been Wick DeHaven is out with his grader studying at the State Normal for a working the McGavock road, teachers' life certificate. Miss SIpple Victor Hagman returned home from will teach at Hardin's Schoolhouse this Louisville the first of the week. fall and will probably return to Bowling Miss Eva Bashara, of Stephensport, is Green in the winter to finish her course. the guest of Miss Esther Payne. Byron Whitehead, who has a job at LANDING Camp Taylor, is home on a short visit. Mrs. M. T. Prior, of Etowate, Tenn., One of the proudest men in Clovei is the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Lee Yea-ge- r. port is the Hon. Chas. Light foot. Why, because President Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Ruther Pate have a has appointed him postmaster at Clolittle baby boy in their home, arriving verport for the second time. Here is Congrats, Charlie. If you make as good July 29. Miss Elizabeth Viola Hoe ham of a postmaster in the future as in the Owensboro, is the guest of Mrs. Sallie past there will be no kick coming from old Mull. Charlie has two pretty as Morton. sistants, the Misses Marv Jo Mattingly Ice cream supper given by Young La Louise Whitehead. They are al dies' Society of St. Rqse church at the and ways on the job, smiling and ready to Alrdome Friday evenlbg, August 3. do their bit. Admission 5c and 10c. Will someone please tell us what has Miss Ethel Ahl, of Tobinsport, is the become of Sir Robert Pearl Matting!)? guest of Mrs.. Etnest Wedding and Mr. We haven't seen him since the crime of Wedding. seventy-thre- e on account of the war. Mrs. Ed Briedenbacb, of Owensboro, Somewhere not In France we met is the guest of Miss Eva May and Miss U.ncle Hv Tate. He was looking and Eliza May. feeling bad, so bad he couldn't think of W. G. Polk, of Cincinnati, spent the a new yam to uncork on us; asked us to week end with, Mrs. Pi) Ik and son, W. diagnose his case. After taking his G. Polk. Jr. temperature and looking at hit tongue, Miss Bertha Troraboe, of IUwesviUe, we decided he was anaemic. Uncle 1 1 y was here Friday evening attending the scratched his head and stzzee, "Mull, Chautauqua. if I had of known I was suffering with a Miss Ruth O'Bryan, of Mooleyville, is contagious disease like that, would of the guest "f Mrs. Isidore Pophnm and had myself quarantined ten clays ago-- " Wo disappeared around the corner Mr. Popham. I ADVERTISEMENTS! RATE Profitable Sport ! Gunning for Flies We have the ammunition that puts the flies out of business. All you do is to shoot the gun in the room and even mosquitos, ants and roaches vanish. Non-posiotious ' The L, St. R'y. WANTKU Four lady lionrdcrs during In attimo wtckt make at ouce, llerticrt Hull. lUrdlnihuri;. Ky. WANTMl To trade u.ult for u troou li horse. 10 head of n ulc for mile. A I.. LEWIS, mrpheniport, Ky. confer with the manufacturers of auWANTED You to fill your cnl Iioukp tomobiles in regard to obtaining their while Hie k In the manufacture of SON. Irvhprice Is rlKlitMcaLOTIILAN Rion. Ky. aeroplanes. WANTKD-i- O onceTv" N. nt There arc few factories in the Unit- Head, Lodlliurir, Ky. ed Stntes tlmt manufacture ncroplanefl, WANTED woman and each of these factories makes n rook und washYoung whitewnshlnff or to liolp dishes; no Ironing different type of craft. The aggregate MUM II. C. PA I K, ut Cloverport Motel. capacity of these factories Is wholly ANTn.li You to drop In and neoour genInadequate to meet the demands of the eral line of Mercnnrilsp right lip-t- o date and program of the aircraft production thu lowest price II. W. JON Ed, Olcn Dean, Ky. board, and it Is therefore Inevitable that the manufacturers of machinery WANTED MISCELLEANOUS which can be used as now made or WANTED You to make extra money by whoso plants can he adapted most spare room or your vacant renting readily to making parts for aeroplanes house hv that running a Want Ad. In THE NEWS. will be requested to give precedence to tbe manufacture of parts suitable mtfl-drs Owners of automobiles, par-- , tleulnrly those who have hern to discard their wire solely because newer models hnve boon phu'ed upon the ninrket, will do well to give the highest degree of cure to the cars they now own. Brigadier General George O. Rqnler went to Detroit, nnd It is understood tlmt the purposii of his visit was to Detroit. ncetis-totned Ic Per Word Each Insertion NoTr Advertiser pieiifc notify tlip editor Tiiirn you wain ituvcrusenH-n- i uncormnucu WANTED insectcide for aircraft. FOR SALE -- IS GIVING HIS ALL np, if taken at onr-p-. two incunaiors, uom in good shape: one Eo pgg und ono l&oegg. Herbert Hall, llurdlnsburg, MALE-Cbr- . fOU Get a Gun and Box of Powder Ky. M-i- n TO CAUSE OF ALLIES fresh KOIl SALE --ItTM-y Cow ind Calf! Just Mrs. .lames Tlcrney, Gl virport. Ky. KOU SALE Porter and Shoe Shiner Reserves Only Enough Daily to Keep Himself. Sandusky, O. I Farm: 26J acrc4 miles South of Kirk, llreckenrldgt) county; "5 acres In woods and timber: I'.'i In irruss nnd clover: remainder In culllvailon. Plenty good water anu iruii, won lenrea. a uurns, .- nouses, u necessary outbuildings, telephone, rural route. Good land Is going up. You can buy tills flown nr. tl lmriritln. nnrtlriilnrv. nil. Ore's. W. T. Ilrowii, KM Monroe strict, Oury, j nuiuau. w. ii 111 ; .mi m in, itb till iiiuuiii of Clover Creek ittd Heedi Fork, 75 acres bottom, balance rolling. Ouod corn and to. Imccoland. Improvements: 1 dwelling of rooms, i wo u mint nou-esome limber and well watered. Four Utiles from Cloverport. Price reasonable on easy terms. For further Information write or rail on A. J. I'ate, Ilardinsburg. Ky., Itout3. 1J. .Ms- C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, if?rWk!WIWriKW7v.v.7iif7iif KY. .ui Andrew n Pat- Local Briefs J -- CARTER'S to-d- years old, horick Mnlion, sixty-sevetel porter nnd shoe shiner for more thnu hnlf a century, is "broke" from doing his "bit." "Hut 1 never was happier." says Mnhou, "and until this wnr cuds 1 am going to keep right on shoving across all the money I can scrape together. 1 am going to plnee it where it will do the most good." Throughout the Ited Cross campaign Mahon turned over dnily his receipts for the day, less whnt It cost him for meals. What he ate cost him from 00 to 75 cents a day. Several times ho paid to tho Ited Cross committee sums exceeding $10. "Now I'm going to start to s;ivo sa 1 can buy some more liberty bond? when Uncle Sam finds It necessary to float another Issue." said Million. "Ity practicing the strictest economy I ought to be able to subscribe for sev. ernl of the $100 denomination." lie wns the tlrst to subscribe. He took $1,000 worth In the name of a stepson. "Uncle Sam hns got to win," he said. "I nm too old to fight In the trenches, but I'm not too old to help sustain three or four youngsters who can fight. Every penny I enn scrape together over and above whnt It costs me to keep myself in working trim Uncle Sam ami tbe allies are going to get." FLAGW0MEN Pennsylvania AT FA KM FOIt PALE-C- O acres. Smiles south of Ilardinsburg. Lime und sandstone soli; part rolling and level: 23 ncres In timber; well watered; Improvements, dwell. Ii.g, good stock uLd tobacco burn; splendid location; price reasonable. J. N. TEAFF. Ilurdlnsbvrg, Ky. ton. IC. FOIt SALE New sulky plow. "Good Enough". M r O LOT II LA N & SON, Irvlng- 'FOIt SALE A lot of toiicco stlcks.-D- It. O. E. SIIIVKLY, Stepheuspon. Ky. A few sets extra good double buggy hurness, v utile f.'KJ to ?.V a M't; our price If taken nt once JS'.' und U7 50 per set W .1. SCHOI'l', Stepbensport. Ky. ATM A large SALE For Sale Ranee FOIt SALE Second hand Home Comfort Itange', llrst-clucondition; i ost fJ new; my price only il5.-- lt. It. .McO LOTH LAN. Irvlngton. Ky. stock o! Men's, Youths and Boys' Clothing Also a large stock ot Men's and Boys' Odd Pants Men's khaki Pants worth $1.00 now ( aon't write. Sale For new Bargain for Quick Sale one S. One yp:tss tiger automobile Caliou .1. C. Nolle, For Sale Pair Scales. l'alr C'oniLUtlng scales good us Co., Price right. Alf Taylor SOc All other pants going in pro- Custer. Ky. FOIt SALE Every Saturdav Ice Cream at It. W. JUNK'S, (lien liean. Ivy. For Sal- e- Blacksmith Shop BLACKSMITH SHOP fullv equipped and doing a good business O. W. CHArlN, Irv. lngton. Ky. For Sale Farm CROSSINGS. Lines, Now Hiring Girls. Ncwfleld, X. J. Thousands of excursionists on the electric lines of the Vest Jersey and Seashore railroad between Camden nnd the seashore stared in astonishment at a young woman wearing a trim, dark blue straw hut and lurge, orange colored goggles, who stood guard over the main grade cross Ing In the town. Tills flagman Is Miss Dulse Ward, the first girl to take up the job at Mugging trains on tho Pennsylvania's lines in this part of the country. Miss Ward may soon have many women companions on other parts of the division, ns the railroad otllcinls have sent out notices to their station iigcnts and foremen to employ women for these places wherever possible In order to free men for the section gangs. In which the. railroad is shortlmndcil. acre acres FOIt SALE In i0good farm; 100 balance level: good acres timber; Short of Men hillside land; well watered;5-roomdwellln- portion to quality All White Shoes and Slippers and all leather Low Cuts Men's, Boys', Ladies' lamp stack nf Ladies' Dpp ! Goods going at cost Also a large line ot Straw and Panama Hats at cost One large, nice, stock 1 ot Felt Hats at Cost ! Nice, line of Men's and Boys' Caps; a 50c line at 38c X up-to-da- te up-to-da- te tobaccound stock barns: line tobacco and wheat land; situated on malnlfnoof Henderson Itoute. For price and further Information write Tho Breckenridge News, Clover. port, Ky. LOST LOST Gold w!hhono pin with ono l'eurl und Turquoise setting; tinder please return to M US. LESLIE I'LANK, Cloverport, Ky. HILL'S SON REFUSES TO WEAR 8ILK TILE St. ruul. Louis W. IIII1, sou of the late railroad magnate and president of th Oreat Northern. Is a friend of King Albert of lie was made chairman of tho committee to meet the P.el-glu- FRUIT FOR SOLDIERS. Mrs. Prank English and daughter, Lida May English, were iu Louisville Monday. James Jackson, of Hawesville, was the guest of Mi;s Ann Uambluton for the week end. Mr. and Mr. J. M. Compton and Mrs. Zack Stith, of Bewleyville, were in Ilardinsburg Monday. Miss Lida May English has issued invitations to a birtnday party on the eyening of August 1, I917 Win. Barrett and son, Win. Barrett, Jr.. ot Owensboro, are visiting Mrs. J. Wanted Bids. Byrne Severs and Mr. Severs. Miss Alice Hagman, of Sklllman, was Wanted b.ds for the erection of ellu the week und guest of Miss Aguita Mat school houses in Breckinridge county, thinly ntid Miss M try Joe Aluttingly. for specifications write me or call at my office; contract will be letut one o'clock P. M. Saturday Aug. I5, 101 7. ICE CREAM SUPPER J. W. Trent Suptrlntmdent. MlbS Colorado Woman Give's Whole Crop to the Troops. Denver. .Mrs. John McDoiiui'gli bus given to thu Woman's State auxiliary of tho national guard u ten ncre tract Joe Mulhatton, Jr. of hind on which are growing plums, !; cherries, peaolies und tipples, hi order Uncle Ben Hardin Improving tlmt the boys of the militia may have 1111 of f rut; us rast us It ripens A morning rainbow Is regarded us a Mr. llabhage dropped in to see his old their Details will he rent to pick the fruit. sigu of rain, an evening rainbow of friend "Uucle"lteti .Hardin last week. Whatever fruit Is left will lie canned fair weather. He is confined to his room nnd bed but and preserved for distribution among it doing fine. He. has a splendid p tho soldiers later. petite lie s.iys, "for fried chicken and Blfi SPRING Mrs. McDonough has opened n lurge and other good things" his good wife kitchen to u committee, wheie nil fruit ami neighbors provide for him. He says not consumed from the trees will be Shelby Hest and Carl Richariloii, two everybody is mighty good to him, especial wanned. of our boys who were of the draft, went ly his children who came from St. Souis : : :: : s to Louisville Saturday for u physical to see him. --j--- Helglaii mission, but he wouldn't wear n tall hut. If he had to wear ono he wouldn't serve, lie bought eight, however, and put until them on policemen's the eight were e'jhalistetl. Then he wore Ills old sloilth u'ld took the visitors over his railroad nnd to his linn and they didn't seem to mlii.l the missing hat nt nil. hc.-tt- Sale now going on and will continue as long as the present stock lasts I N. H. QUIGO I Cloverport, Kentucky examination. Mr. and Mrs. Knymot d Moorman, after a few days vltlt with hi mother, have returned to Louisville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ora Illnnkcnihlp, of Mays Grove, spent I'tlday with his parent , Mr. and Mrs Joe lllduken phen-pnrr- NOW TI1EIR HOGS ON ICE CREAM CONES AT Recoivos His Commission. E Dr. Doweese of Fordsville has received his commission as First 'Lieutenant la the Medical Rssarve Corps. Friday Evening ,JtagVtf 3, J917Hu8ic. Chicago. A new food for hogu hns been found In the use of Ice cream t i:ies. Recently Fdwnrd and Net 'Hi Morris, packers, purchased ..everul tons of brckeu cones from manufacturers at f'--H a ton and fed them to hogs an an experiment. Corn costs from $1X0 to $1.70 a bushel, ami the Ice cream cone diet not only proved a Hiving of money, hut It produced u superior class of hogs, according to the Morrises. Subscribe For The News Mrs. Annn Martin, of Mays Grove, has returned home after n visit to her brother, Joe Ul.ini.en5hlp ami Mr, Hlankenshlp. Willlnm, of Wtst Miss Mnurine l'olnt, lvis returned home after a stay with her grandparents Mr. and Mm. J. H. Meador. Lewis Clarkson has returned hume from Decatur, 111. Misses Elizabeth and Cnry Allen Slkes, of GlerAlale, are with their sister, Mrs. Chas. V. Clarkson. d, Frank Hllf, J. H. Meador, J D. Chart Richardson and Shelby Bwt fpent Saturday in LouUvillo. . ! All-goo- ship. , undatKev. Ivngllsh, of Stt ed by his brother, will benin a revival nt tho Uaptlst church Sund'iy, August 5. All are invlttd to attend. Mrs. Louis Jenkins, of near Li ill ville, h hi the t'edslile of her father, R. S. Dowell, Mr nnd Mrs. K'rbv Chimbers, cf Louisville, were nuetits of 11. S. Clark-to- u und cister. Mm. T. A. C. Kemper. Mrs C. 11. Witt and Herman Witt have returned from a week's stay In confectionary. Louisville the guests of her father, Mr. Mrs. John Cook has teturned to IrvJacob Vogt, lngton after a visit to ' her father, R. S. Dowell.' ' i Mis. Bob McGlpthlau was here U -. il-s- Wednesday writing insurance. Miss Mary Eleanor Scott is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. C. Miller, t Vine Grove, l'red Ditto has rtturntd to St. Louis, after u few dais stay with J. W. Moorman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Slaughter and son, Will, o Hodgem-ille- , were Sunday Miss Zelma Kii i'.- Is of their cous-iu- , Strother nnd mother. Schulrr Martin, Miosis Mary Scott Richardson motored to anil Thursdav to tee Gordou lirown wh'i hns en iited as a chauffer. Gordon lived here until n few years ago, having none to Kllzabethtown and bo iij; lit half interest in a restaurant and WARNING AUTOISTS New York State Is Reducing Number of Accidents. APPEAL FOR "SAFETY FIRST." Circular Impresses Upon Reader That It li Far Better to "Stop, Look and Listen" When Approaching Grade Crosilnga Than to Take a Chano Which May Coit a Life. Isn't n better Albnny. N. "safety first" device In the entire world than tue careful automobile driver, according to Francis M. Hiiro, secretary of state, whose otllce Is wltli'tlie stenm and electric lines of this state In a cumpalRii to lessen the number of grade crossing accidents, which reached appalling numbers last year. By means of a small folder Inclosed with every registration card Mr. Hugo has succeeded In reaching close to 350,000 automoblllsts since last January. The folder is of a type that Impresses upon the reader that It Is far better to "stop, look and listen" V.-T- licrc crrevt which could only be defined us dynamic. After our men had become acquainted with them through personal cxperlenic they stopped calling them and called them "nutnVflr nines " There wore only two possibilities of error under Major Gllday's system of simplified medicine. for One was to take a wblz-bautrench feet and the other to use whale Boy. oil externally for some form of diges-tlonhesitancy. And In cither caso no pcrmnucnt harm could result, while Lssssm of LexSergeant Alexander McClintock the error was as simple of correction ington, Ky., and the Canadian Army Has as the command "about face." Btlghty was therefore not very popular with Gripping Tale That Every American Will our battalion, bllghty being the trench Read, For He Tells the Facts Unadornname for the hospital. ed. Wounded, a Distinguished Conduct Two weeks and a half after we left Medal Man, He Was Invalided Home, Belgium wo arrived at Albert, having marched all tbo way. The sight which but Is Going "Out There" Again to Fight met our eyes as we rounded the rock For Uncle Sam and His Allies. An Inquarry hill outside of Albert was wonspiring, Interesting, Personal Narrative, derful beyond description. I rememFull of the Spirit and Atmosphere of the ber how tremendously It Impressed He sat by the my pal. Macfarlanc. ERGEANT McCLINTOCK. Trenches. roadside and looked round over the landscapo as If bo were fascinated. "Boy," said he, "we're at the big men. tle was told me by one of our began. show at last" who said be was there when It Poor fellow! It was not only the big He said one of the Australians bad show, but the last performance for carelessly remarked that the British generals bad decided It was time to get through with tho sideshow In and ibis was the reason why they bad sent regular troops like the Australians In to relieve the Canadians. By Sergeant Alexander McCllatock, Then some sensitive Canadian wishD. C. M.. 87th Overseas Ball., ed the Australians luck and hoped Canadian Gren. Guards. they'd finish It up as well as they had OVER THERE" "wblz-bangs.- The Thrill and the Hell of the Trenches, Described by an American g pets or dugouts. The communication trenches wer6 nil blown In, nnd everything had to come to us ovcrlnnd, with the result that wc never were quite sure When we would get ammunition, ratlonu or relief forces. The most nw-fitiling wns that the soil all about us wns filled with freshly buried men. If wc undertook to cut a trench or enlarge a funk hole our spades struck Into human flesh and tho explosion of a big shell along our lino sent decomposed nnd dismembered and'slckcnlng mementos of nn earlier fight shower-lunmong us. Wo lived In the muck nnd stench of "glorious" war, those of us who lived. ll g Henry Trent J. W. Trent P,L OmIs Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and i Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. No. 4. Shifted to the Somme Bel-glu- sS' assT'.'. bW' ' & "IsBBBft bbbbb sbbbk Copyright, 1917, by the Bell Syndicate, Inc. teattA PP9aaBBBBBBBBBBVjau Sislllliii39HLlNErf BBBBSssst' ' s3tKtBmWL. iKay McClintock is an American Kg., xcho has teen icrvlce in France, teas decorated for braccrg, tcounded. Invalided homo and note is returning to accept a commls-lioThis is the fourth article In the scries. In the flrst article he told of his training up to the point tchcrc he reached the front line trenches. In the second he outlined the elaborate preparations for a bomb raid, and In the third the disastrous raid teas described. Sergeant bog of Lexington, the affair In the Dardanelles. After that our two days' rest was made up s principally of beating It out of when strategic requirements suggested a new base or beating It Into estamlnas when It looked ns If we could net as clllclent That tight never stopped for forty-eighours, nnd the only places It didn't Include were the church and the hosI'll bet to this day that the pitals. Belgians who run tbo estamlnas In I'opcrlnghe will duck behind the bars If you Just mention Canada and Australia in the same breath. But I'm bound to say that It was csta-minu- German Dugout and What They Found. Here and there along this line were the abandoned dugouts of the Germans, nnd we made what use of them we could, but that waa little. I bad orders one day to locate a dugout and prepare It for use as battalion headquarters. When I led a squad In to clean It up the odor waa so overpower ing that we had to put .on our gas masks. On entering we flrst saw two dead nurses with our ghastly flash lights, one standing with her arm around a post just as she bad stood when gas or concussion killed her. Seated at a table in the middle of tha place was the body of an old general of the German medical corps, his head fallen between bis hands. The task of cleaning up was too dreadful for us. We Just tossed in four or five fumlte bombs and beat it out of there. A few hours later we went into the scared and empty cavern, made tho roof safe with new timbers and notified battalion headquarters that tbe The L. C. TAUL Insurance Offici Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident,HeaIth Insurance. . Old Reliable Companies Announcements TT7 . ii . -" to announce H. H. of Meade county, for State aBBBSBBsW BBBBBBBBBBK BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI Photo by American Press Association. HIA.NCIS M. HUGO. when approaching some grade crossing than to take u chance which may gain a moment or two, but which may cost a life. The observance of the three words of caution now rests almost entirely with the motorists, who are traveling the highways of this state In greater numbers than ever before. "You can keep on drumming 'safety first stuff Into the ears of some persons for the term of their natural lives," said Secretary Hugo, "but I believe that the campaigns of education re having their effect today, and even should the number of grade crossing Occidents loom up to as great proportions as last year headway will nevertheless have been wade when It Is remembered that there has been a 30 per cent Increase In the number of motor Vehicles In this state so far this year." In 1010 there were no less than 125 persons killed and -1- 1 Injured on grade i this stnte alone. crossing accidents Vet the number was greater In Ohio, where 155 were killed In the twelve months, and In Pennsylvania tho toll amounted to 15!). In the United States last year 1,390 persons were killed and 3.207 were Injured In grade crossing accidents, and of the number fully 05 IK?r cent were automoblllsts. ' FEW days after the bombing I raid, which ended so disastrously for us, our battnllou was relieved from duty on the front line, nnd the tip we got was that we were to go down to the big show then taking place on the Somme. Our relief was a division of Australians. You sec. ' the sector which we had held in Bel- glum was a sort of preparatory school for the regular lighting over In Franco. It wasn't long before we got Into ' what you might call the big league contest, but In the meanwhile we had a little rest from battling Fritz and the opportunity to observe tonic things ' which seem to me to be worth tolling about. Those of you who nre exclusively rond of the stirring detail of war, such as shooting and being shot at and bombing and bayoneting, need only skip a little of this. We had an entirely satisfactory amount of smoke and excitement later. As soon as our relief battalion had got In we moved back to Poperlnghe for a couple of days' rest. We were a pretty contented and Jovial lot, our platoon especially. We were all glad to get away from the strain of holding a front trench, and there were other advantages. For Instance, the alterations of our muster due to casualties had not come through battalion headquarters, and therefore we had In our platoon sixty-thre- e rum rations night and morning and only sixteen men. A I TABERNACLE Building DISAPPEARING. Sold For Its Timber to the Bronx Exposition. New Vorlc Hilly Sunday's tabernacle at One Hundred and street and Itioiiilwny Is disappearing. It tools 150 carpenters and Hx) laborers nine weeks to build It and cost the William A. Sunday evangelistic committee S0.S.IHHI "early l.ooo.Oou feet of lumber i Wallace, who built the Tin uglit It and the adjoining tabcr; building mi. (I In turn sold them to the The Bronx International exposition. The sum paid vns not announced. plans for the Bronx exposition require seventy-twexhibition buildings, In the ceustructlou of which the million feet of tabernacle timber will bo used. Sixty-eighth o PO'- -N Burma BEANS IN MINNESOTA. It Wat Good Clean Fighting. Nobody Fired a Shot. There was a Canadian Scot In our who said that the only word crowd which described the situation was Product Mysteriously Appears In United States. St. I'atil. The Minnesota public Is discussing the ap-- I .mince of poison beans In Minnesota. It has requested the state dairy and to ascertain the food commission source of their shipment to tills state and to asfclst In their seizure. Tho poison beans, which closely navy beans, originally were ImWhether they ported from Burma. were seut to the United States to cause Illness or by mistake the commission Is unable to determine. Puzzled by Old Coin. Philadelphia. A peculiar gold coin, dated 1800 and about the she of a flvo dollar gold piece, has been received by necclvlng Teller Kelfer at the The gold In tho coin Is nearly red. It bears the head of the Goddess of Liberty. It Is not the product of any government mint and must have been coined by a private concern. The gold It of a higher grade and weighs more than that of tho fire dollar gold piece now la circulatioa. There was a good deal of jealousy at that time between the Canadians and the Australians. Each had the same Eiforce In the Held four divisions. ther forco was bigger thati any other army composed exclusively of volunteers ever before assembled. While I belong to tho Canadian army and believe the Canadian overseas forces the Unest troops ever led to wur, I must say that I have never seen a body of men so magnificent In average physique as the Australians. And somo of them were even above the high average. The man that punched me In the eye In an Ystamlna" In I'opcrlnghc made up entirely In hU own person for the absence of Let Darcy from the Australian ranks. 1 don't know Just bow tho tight started between tbo Australians and ua In I'onerlngbe, but I know that It took three regiments of Imperial troops1 to atop It The moat cooTtneiBa ' the) tat story I beard of tlx 'oriel? place could bo occupied. During this time I witnessed a scene which, with some others, I sbnll never forget An old chaplain of tbe Canadian forces enmc to our trench section seeking the grave of bis son, which bad been marked for blm on a rude map by an officer who bad seen tbe young man's burlaL We managed to And tbe spot, and at the old chaplain's request we exhumed the body. Some Nobody fired a "Boy," said he, "we're at tha big show of us suggested to him that he give us good, clean lighting. shot, nobody pulled a bayonet, and nothe Identification marks and retire out at last." body got the wrong Idea about any- him. Within sight of the spot where of range of the shells which were thing. The Australian heavyweight he sat wondering he later fell In action bursting all around us. Wc argued champion who landed on me went and died. Tho scene which so Im- that it was unwise for blm to remain right out In the street and saluted one pressed him gave us all n feeling of In danger, but what wo really Intended of our lieutenants. We had just one great awe. Great shells from a thou- was that he should be saved tbe horror satisfying reflection after the light was sand guns were streaking and criss- of seeing tho pitiful thing which our over the Australian battalion that re- crossing the sky. Without glasses 1 spades were about to uncover. lieved us fell heir to the counterattack counted thirty-nin"I shall remain," was all he said of our observation which tho Germans sent across to even balloons. Away off In the distance I "He was my boy." up on our bombing rnld. It proved that we had found the saw one German captive balloon. 'The uown to tne oomme. other aircraft were uncountable. They right body. One of our men tried to We began our march to the Somme were everywhere, apparently in hun- clear tho features with hla handkerby a bike to St. Oincr, the flrst Brit- dreds. There could have been no more chief, but ended by spreading tbo ish hcndiiuarters In Uurope. Then we wonderful pnnornma picture of war In handkerchief over tho face. The old stopped for a week about twenty miles Its new aspect. chaplain stood beside the body and from Calais, where wo underwent a Our bnttallgn was hi and out of tbo removed his trench helmet, baring bis training for open town of Albert several days waiting gray bead to a drizzle of rain that was course of lutensllled lighting. The Infantry tactics. In for orders. The battle of Courcelette falling. Then whllo we stood by siwhich we were drilled, were very simi- wus then In progress, nnd the First. lently bis voice rose amid the noise of lar to those of the United States. army, Second nnd Third Canadian divisions bursting shells, repeating tbe burial those which. In fact, were originated were holding front positions at terri- service of tbe Church of England. 1 by the United States troops In the days ble cost In the flrst part of October. have never been so Impressed by anyof Indian lighting. We covered most 1010. we "went In" opposite the fa- thing In my life aa by that scene. of the ground around Calais on our mous Rcgina trench. The battleground The dead man wns a young captain. stomachs In open order. While It may was Just miles and miles of debris and He bad been married to a lady of Balseem Impertinent for me, a mere non-co- shell boles. Before we went to our timore Just before the outbreak of the s to express an opinion about the position the ofilcers and war. larger affairs of the campaign, I think were taken In by scouts to get the lay The philosophy of the British Tomwere called mies and the Canadians and the Aus- I may be excused for saying that the of tho land. These trips war didn't at all take the course which "Cook's tours." On one of them I was expected and hoped for after the went through the town of Polzera fight on the Somme. Undoubtedly the twice and didn't know It It had a allies expected to break through the population of 12,000 before the war. German line. That Is well known now. On the spot where It bad stood not While we were being trained near Ca- even a whole brick was left it seemed. That lais for open warfare a very large Ita demolition was complete. force of cavalry was being assembled was an example of the condition of the and prepared for the same purpose. It whole country over which our forces had blasted their way for ten miles was never used. That was last August, and the allies since the previous July. There were haven't broken through yet Even- not even landmarks left tually I believe they will break The "Cook's Tour." through, but In my opinion men who On the night when wc went in to inare drawn for service in the flrst spect the positions wo were to bold, our half million of our new American scouts, leading us through the flat desarmy will be veterans In Europe before ert of destruction, got completely turntho big break comes which will wreck ed round and took us back through a the Prussian hope of success In this trench composed of shell boles conwar. And If we of the U. S. A. don't nected up until we ran Into a battnlthrow in the weight to beat the Prus- lou of another brigade. The place wns sians now they will not be beaten, and dreadful beyond words. The stench In ninny In that case the day will not bo very of the dead was sickening. far distant when we will have to beat places arms ' and legs of dead men them to save our homes and our na- stuck out of the trench walls. We made n fresh start after our bluntion. War Is a dreadful and Inglorious and 111 Miiclling and cruel thing. Hut der, moving In slnglo file and keeping If wo hold back now we will bo In the in touch each with tho man ahead of logical position of a man hesitating to him. We stumbled along In tho darkgo to grips with a drunken, savage, ness through this awful labyrinth until shrieking, spewing maniac who has all wo ran Into some of our own scouts but whipped his proper keepers and Is at - a. ni. and found that we were going after the onlooker. However, I halfway across So Man's land, sevHis Voice Rose Amid the Noise ol Bursting Shells. wish we had had two mouths more of eral hundred yards beyond our front lino and likely to be utterly wiped out weather on the Somme. There might In twenty should tho Germans trallans on the Somme was a remarkseconds have been a different story to tell. sight us. Flno guides we had on this able reflection of their fine courage Simplified Medicine. through all tbut bell. Tbey went about we reached We got drafts of recruits before we "Cook's tour." At last our proper position, and fifteen min- their work paying no attention to the went to the Somme, and somo of our a flying death about them. utes after we got there a whlz-banwounded men were sent back to Englow explosive murderer, burled me "If Fritz has a shell with your name land, where wo had left our "safety completely. They bad to dig me out and number on It." said a British Tomfirst battalion." That was really the A few minutes later a high explosive my to mo one duy, "you'ro going to get Fifty-firs- t battalion of the Fourth di- shell fell in a trench section where It, whether you're In tbe front lino or vision of the Canadian forces, com- three of our men were stationed. All seven miles back; if be hasn't you're posed of tho physically rejected, men we could And after It exploded were all right." recovering from wouuds and men in- one urm and oue leg, which we burled. Fine fighters all. And the Scotch jured In training. The Tommies, how- The trenches were without trench kilties, lovingly called by the Germans ever, called It the "safety flrst" or "Ma- mats, and the mud waa from six inches "the women from hell," have the rejor Gllday's Ught Infantry." Major to three feet deep all through them. spect of nil armies. We saw little of fJUday was our battalion surgeon. He There were no dugouts, only merely tbe poilus, except a few on leave. All was Immensely iopular, and he achievmiserable "funk boles." dug where It tho meu are self sacrificing to one aned a great name for himself, lie made was possible to dig tbcm without unother hi that big melting pot from one realize what a great personal covering dead men. Wo remained in which so few ever emerge whole. The u doctor can be and what an un- this position four days, from the 17tb only things It Is legitimate to steal In force necessary elaboration there Is In the to tbo 21st of October, 1010. the code of tbe trenches are rum and civil practice of medlclue. There were reasons, of course, for "fags" (cigarettes). Every other posUnder Major Gllday's administration tho difference between conditions In session la as safe as If It wore a patent no man In our battaJlon was sick if be Belgium and on tho Sommo. On the lock. could walk, and If be couldn't walk Somme we were constantly preparing Tho fifth article of this remarkable there was a icasonahle suspicion that for a new advance, and we were only personal narrative will appear soon he was drunk. The major simplified temporarily established on ground medicine down to uu exact science of which we had but recently taken after It la entitled: two forms of treatment and two rem- long drumming with big guns. The No. 5. Wounded In Aotlon. This article describes the terrible fight edies "number nines" and whale oiL trenches were merely shell holes con"Number nines" were pale oval pills, nected by ditches. Our old and ubiqui- the dead and dying, the loss of a pal and falling of McClintock in No which, If tbey bad been eggs, would. tous, and variously useful frieud,4the tha flnal It Is on of the Man's Land. Slraply.-told- . casandbag, waa not;, prmat. b descriptions of a feattM ha t aonahout elfet to an omelet aaaat reoMtrkabl - thy a aartlala evejsVailS msdSair, t foe jsia paraoua. Thar had a leiUraal pacity, and therefor srVfcMuw rube non-com' For State Senator. eni 1 arty in Primary election August . I Wo . :."'S'""U J announce W. A. 5. V J" " i'":"u' roumy, as a candidate for . . iuiui J AUgUSl 4, 1WJ ( . 1 1 . 4, 1917. . .if M.arfi .... J. jUtVo the BtV.; Senate-su-b AuguaCtr?.tlC partT ln th0 PAN Wn urn a M. DUN- - Pti' "SftiSS ' lne .WStffiSf t'K For Representative tit tin. !.,.-- . Primary. AuVust j. of 4. ",UD Wh" Wo nro inithorlifd tounnoiir.re.1. A. GRAY Hre- - klnrldce crunty" sub Vn Ibe a? loS Pl a" I,a''y 10 Vtm"'y August IKl'f. Vt" II v r niltrinnUml us v, ... ..t M ui'iHtuncu m w. lor Kepri vi inrtniiiriiiKP uouniv. sun (pet tn tho ncllou of ll,o Democratic parly, 15 the Prlmury election. AuRust 4. Wll O.A f ?lcctloD AuK." PpubllcaD WA ft ,TAyNE-,o- For County Judge I I. lo announce s. R I"Jn?ion. as a candidate for P"' . M"ary defection" F. K. (lllllinal Au"u.?4?Ub"Can Pan' ,D " nh5rl?i"thi.,'lltfd t0 announce I For County Attorney ... . bm a tittittl-A, rn;;rtrn.hr.,:x'"vu""5VPCB"'-',-,Ai.tror i ounty in" 7. "w ,n naary election August 4. i,.... TO- W l w "u jMOORMAN P.InI9..SB,anildat" ?DDnnce Attorney for County uountr. junject to the act-k- n or the nemocrstlc Party In Primary Election. 8nturdv l ....... . -. Li For County Court Clerk T.BEARDTa tubject to the action of the Republican Prli ..... ,,t nuKUBl tUI, 4 W - Oft, vll a For Sheriff . r lllllA.UnH iimum uiicp j, t. UA tia candidate for Sheriff of l' 'f1ust'r act-otUMJp" 10 " v, can party ln ''"maryrpElection, JT 'uiiu ""' For Jailor We nriMiutlirrli d toarmounro HOE HOOK as a cnndldnte for .lullor of nrcckrtirldpo county. Hublect t.. tho action of tic Parly. Primary Elcctlou Angus?, Jailor of riWIOK. of Clover Creek, an a rardldaio for Hrecklr rldiro countv. subject totho luKUSt it It'll .... .., n Wn nro o,nl,nrl,H ... JACKSON, of Tur Fork, ns a candlCate for ..hi li- m county, uu ijcct tolne n;in..... a. . action uf the I pnnh 1017. T th Democratic Primary election. ,.u. . J. lr" to announce U.J. MAT. VrT.,lar3n??urt S8 a for,,hY' Breckinridge county, candidate gubjectto the action of the Democratic Primary, election AucilHt 4. 1017. 1 iriMnV t s- iVMore."iSth,0,.J.ied to announce AURTjN Hook Town, near ITardlnslurg-- . as ty subject to tbe action Primary of the Republican election. August 4. 1917. J?f tAJS authorized to announce ABE MEATJOR as a candidate for to t l.lln. if l).nnl. subject to tbe act'on of the Republican par-t-y Primary Election August 4. mj. EIGH MEADOlt. of Cloverport. hs a candidate for Superintendent of Breckinridge Co"nt Schools, subject to the action of tbe Republican Party at tbe August Primary. We are authorised to announce CLIFF M. PAYNE, of Uarned. as a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Itrecklnrldco County, subject to the action of tbe Republican Party in Primary Election, August 4, For Superintendent of Schools K.1.ar?'iutJ;C'u,J fo announce J. RAL- w.,.R?.,.V',10lIe, to announce MRS. PA VI I) PENICK. or OarBeld. as a candidate for Superintendent of Brerkenrldse County Schools, subject to the action of tho Democratic Primary Election, Aug. 4, 1917. ItchlDg piles provoke profanity but profanity won't remove them. Doan'tT"1 Ointment is recommended for Itching, bleeding or protruding piles. 60c at any, drug store, ' SUbtcrib r TThlNwi -- FOOD CONFEREES SOME QUEER ONES Tav ItnlliHin Dnlnwnrn plrl nwnllotnl became Inilulcl mill sufToented her. Classic burglar In Portland, Ore., left all the money nnd Jewelry nnd took high cJnniiplionogrnph records. TURN TO WILSOfl Unable to Obtain Agreement .on Gor.trol Bill. ALL AROUND THE FARM SELECTING THE STALLION. 8lre'e Influence Is Predominant and He Should Be Chosen With Care, Prepared by United States department of Agriculture. stallion Is the key to FAIRNESS TO RULE CONGRESS IN No WANTED! To TRAINS MEN, In New Army, WITH Big ISSUES Indefinite Prolongation of Ses slon Likely. Contract nilh a Pcriable Saw Mill To Favoritism log and saw a tract of IJcech and Sugar timber near Sample, Ky. "Patriotic" thief stole $180 worth of red, white and blue silk from New York house, leaving nil other shades. WEEK Secretary Baker Pledges. Louisville Point Lumber Louisville, Ky. Co. successful AMUSEMENTS FOR TROOPS. IMPORTANT Hubby pcnt all his ttmo Ashing and The UP MEASURES nil his money for tackle and bait, wife horse breeding and therefore should complained in court Sis months In be chosen with the greatest care, The I. tnflucnco of the sire Is predominant, All Safeguards of Science and MediSenate Propoialt to Establish a War workhouse. Prohibition Has Right of Way In the Buyiowand Save an Advance cine Will Be Thrown Around TrainExpenditure Committee and to necauso Chicago woman forgot to because lie directly affects a greater 8enate House la Marking Time o offspring than docs the ing Camp Tell of the Great Step j Waiting Conference Report on Food We livnvy lii order to save Create a Board of Three Food Ad- sign will leaving half a million to son, number of the trimt'ndntitudT.iiicn In pili'i; and we Horse breeders should female. Forward That, Have Been Taken In luislmiul, who deserted her for another can a voHiiy cuitomrr frum t .0 to 175 on ministrators In Dispute. Bill. recognize the fact that it is not a pay- ui y pliinoor pmyrr. pliirn thnt tliey may woman, got It all. the Different Branches of the Service. pun li ie lit tuts time. We ulvi allow a I Washington, July 30. Falling to IIIicthI amount for orirm.s and pianos Washington, July 30. Congre'ss tli.it nre imilril In on new siylm. TiilU-liWhat tho government promises to this woek has nil three of tho big obtain an agreement on tho adminisMatch thrown into trench, where man raiiplng In urleefrotiitiiup. tho great army of young men being tration food control conferees turned was mending gas pipe In Now York, f mull pooiN nnd Mirei rnulc We can food control, rtvenuo nnd pro 'ruy piiymcnt" plan to suit any to President Wilson, tho leaders con- mused explosion, blew him out and called to the colors and to tlielr fathers hibition on tho congressional calenhuyer. Write us today for catalogue and ferring with hlra on tho two points burned oir the neat ot Ills overalls. and mothers has been outlined by dar, with minor questions coming up prlei s. remaining in dispute tho senate proof War linker. in such numbers that the leaders arc Samuels-Bitt- el Boy pupil In Chicago who refused to j Music Co, posals to establish u congressional "It Is provided In the law that when about resigned to IndcAnlto prolongauy committee to superviso war expendi- stnnu tor national miiiucui trica "The Store thai Made owensboro Musical" these armies nre nseinbled there shall tion of the sqsslon. tures and to create a board of three clnssmatos and sentenced to rrmnln be no difference between the regular, 105 W. Third St. Tho itnmedlato work to he done on OWENSB0RO, KY. Indoors 'luring recess for rest of wnr. food administrators Instead of one. the national guard and the national food nnd revenue legislation must ho Upon all other questions the conarmy," said the secretary. "Hut every done In committee, but before the Doctors claim to lmve found in Joman, whether he has hud training hi week Is over tho food conferees and ference commltteo reached a comseph Qtilnliui'.M stomach In Philadelphia plete agreement. Final enactment of the regular army or not, whether be tho senato finance committee, revising 4."2 pieces of linrdwnri, Including thirty-fou- r has had training In the guard or not, tho war tax bill, hnpo to report out tho bill this wek Is hoped for by tho spoons, thirty-twcoins, nineteen whether ho be a member of the selec- their measures. conferees, but not regarded as screws nnd twelve screen door hooks. tive national army, Is equal In dignity, Meantime prohibition has the right Opens its 12th Scholastic year Oct. 1, in responsibility and In opportunity, a riopresentatlvo Lover, representing of way in the senate, which It took 1917. Hoard, Lodging and Tuition member of the army of the United up today for a voto Wednesday, the tho liouso conferees, and Senator MAN METER USED IN .States. next year only $100.00. Chamberlain, who handled the bill In Sheppard proDraft stallion showlne weUM, "There will be preserved that Just resolution of Senator long croup, short, smooth coupling Primary Department tho senate for the administration, took proSELECTION OF OFFICERS pride which the people of our several posing submission of a national nnd well sloped shoulders, tho head Christian Workers Department reup with President Wilson the two hibition amendment of tho constitudenoting Intelligence and refineCommon School Department states have in their own soldier boys, maining differences. Tho conferees ment. High School Department so that the soldier from New York will tion. are to meet again after tho White open the Senator Sheppard plans to Theological Department lie known as a part of the contribution House conferences. Soveral of them Psychology Expert at Fort SherCollege Department prohibition discussion, which promises lug proposition simply to breed mares of this great commonwealth to our naoutcome, however, nre doubtful of the Music Department ' a lively contest, touching many wnr idan Has Devised a Unique to nny stallion that may be available. tional strength and the soldier from believing a partial disagreement will For Particulars nddn'ss questions. Tho vote, both sides admit, A sound, pure bred stallion should bo Wisconsin and from Ohio nnd from result in submission of disputed quesStandard. will bo extremely close. Dry leaders Rev. W. B. Dunkum, M. A.,B. D. used If the best results are to be ob- Texns equally designated, but the eyes hope tions to both legislative branches for votes, or for about sixty-fivPreildent of tho country in all that Is done for tained. another vote. KINOSWOOD, KY. them and :n all that they do for us Just about the necessary war selected should conform there Is to be The stallion The president has declared the Uncle Sam Is using a "man meter" neither distinction nor for adoption. Tho resolution still committee would be embarrassing and In the selection of the officers for the as closely as possible to the breed and prejudice nor favoritism, but they would have to pass tho house, which type of the mare? that are to be bred. stand equal as the servants would indicate lack of confidence in new national army. and as the in 1914 rejected a similar measure. Dr. Walter Dill Scott, former head of Stallions of pure breeding nre. by vir- upholders of our liberties. his conduct of the war. Should he During the week the senate Insist upon elimination of the pro- the department of psychology of North- tue of their unmlxcii ancestry, possessNotary Public committee expects to report Amusement Planned. than are appears prob- western university, now a government ed of greater posal, as expected, It "Modern times have witnessed many the trading with tho enemy bill. Chair- Collects Notes and Accounts, Draws Deeds 111., the grades or scrubs and will therefore Inable that the senate conferees would expert, visited Fort Sheridan, new things. The great science of med- man Chamberlain of the military comMortgages and Other Contracts yield the point today, leaving a dis- other day. Tho "man meter" Is said variably Impress their offspring with icine and sanitation has wonderfully mittee will bring in his bill for draftCloverport, Kentucky agreement only on the food question. to be his invention the result of the their breed characteristics and individadvanced, and all the safeguards that ing the subjects of the European alliess Numerous other changes have been application of his knowledge of psy- ual merit. knowledge and science can throw In this country and Senator McCumb-er'A low serrlce fee is too often the agreed to In the bill, with most of chology to the task of Judging men. At resolution authorizing the presiaround our soldiers Is to be placed the principal senate amendments ac- the request of a number of Industrial deciding factor with many farmers nnd about them. And In these great en- dent to negotiate treaty changes to plan In con- mare owners In the selection of a sire. leaders be used the same cepted. campments where they are to be train- permit such drafting will bo reported The conferees agreed that in addi- nection with big business organizations, A low service fee ought never to be a ed modern recreation experts are to from the foreign relations committee. govtemptation, but, rather, should be tak- provide wholesome and attractive tion to foods, feeds and fuels, the but for some time he has been in The house Is in recess waiting for en as a warning. A low fee Is usually amusements for their leisure, so government shall control "fuel oil ernment service. report on the food that tho Ills plan was presented to the in- a sign of nn inferior stallion. Colts when they come out of the army they bill, conferenceis a growing sentiment and natural gas, fertilizer and fertibut there structors of tho reserve officers' train- from inferior or scrub sires will sell will huve no scars except those honorHas Permanently Located ''In Harelnsburg, lizer ingredient, tools, utensils. Imple- ing camp, that if the extra session is to contlnuo It will be used only In for much less than those sired by the ably won In warfare ngainst the enemy Indefinitely the channels of general ments and equipment required for the part, as but Office In Masonic Building tornietl) occupied came some time nfter tho sound, pure bred stallion. by Dr. HI E. Royilty of their country." actual production thereof: all denomi- selective it legislation, now closed under a genmachinery had been grinding. Sound, high class horses are the ideal Mr. Baker assumed the war portfolio eral understanding to consider only nated as necessaries. The He previously bad presented It at control section of tlh house bill, much Plattsburg, Fort Myer and Fort Ben- farm power, and good mares bred to with the reputation of a pnclAst. There urgent administration matters, should' broader lhan the senate's was adopt- jamin Harrison, where It is said to pure bred sires of the same breed and are many public men who still regard by opened up. Veteran members are ed authorizing federal regulation af- have been adopted. And It Is expected conformation pay good proAts not only him as too much of a pacifist to adminpessimistic about any early adjourn, fecting speculation, distribution and it will be used throughout the second In the colts they produce, as has been ister the war department efficiently In ment and a large proportion of the shown, but also In the labor they per- time of war. The secretary Is bent Dealer In movement of the designated neces- camps. membership Is away. form. Poor horses render poor servupon confounding these doubting souls, house saries. tho $5,000,000,000 estiHearings on The theory of the "man meter" Is the ice and often cost more to keep than lie may be a pacifist, but he believes The prohibition section, agreed to establishment of standards by which a they are a basis for a worth. The loss In feed con- this war is a rig!:teous war, being mates for tho army as deficiency bill or Importation man may Iks Judged. Dr. Scott found a prohibits manufacture ipVINGTON, Business Solicited KY. recordbreaklng general sumed and lack of labor performed by fought to bring the world nearer uniof distilled beverages during the war, menns of doing this. As it Is applied the Inferior nnd scrub horses began today In the house appropriaof the versal peace. and authorizes the president to limit to the army's present task, the linsls country is enormous. This expense tion committee, and on Tuesday the "In 1771!. on the the alcoholic contonts of beer and Is established by the Instructor's com- can be greatly reduced If fanners and nation was born, tth day of July, a house military commltteo will take up HARNED a new dedicated to wines and to commandeer distilled parison of, tho candldnto he Is Judging mare owners will breed their marcs theory or government and a new Ideal an alien drafting hill similar to that senato. beverages when necessary. This was with ten army captains under whom to the right sort of stallions and proof human liberty," he said. "On the to be reported to the Joe Crews, of Owensboro, was the a substitute for the house bono dry ho has served. duce the kind of horses the farm reith day of July, 1017, our newspapers There nre Ave points to be scored section and for the senate prohibition quires nnd the market demands. IS SUNK guest of his mother, Mrs. Elinor Crews, SHIP announced throughout a vast nnd pop- AMERICAN of distilled beverage manufacture. The physical qualities. Intelligence, military last week. The time to begin Is now. All In- ulous continent to a people who for Smoot amendment, directing federal leadership, character and general value ferior pure bred colts nnd all grade more than 100 years have known polit- Victim of Bombs at Entrance of BritMrs. Kate Tucker ami Mrs. Mat purchase of all distilled splrlas in to the service. Each of the Arst four nnd mongrel colts should be castrated. ical liberty and with it unexampled ish Channel. Smith visited Mr. anil Mrs. Rally Tuckpoints Only the best mares should bo retain- progress that an expeditionary force Is allowed a maximum of fifteen bond, was stricken out. Ixmdon, July .10. After being at- er last week. and the last a maximum of forty ed and these bred to sound, puro bred of their soldiers had landed, wit limit by a German Miss Maye Pile was the guest of Miss CHURCH points, making 100 the highest possible sires. One of the best ways to stim- the loss of a mau. ou the soil of France tacked by gunfire WRECK RIOTERS tho American bark Caimela Ora Lee Black lust Saturday and Sunor ideal score. ulate interest in the breeding of bet- to defend In that pluce the great prinIn tho entrance was sunk by bombs considered In conThe Attempt to Hold Peace Meeting Re- nection things to be point nre outlined. ter horses Is to arrange to hold a fall ciple of democracy nnd liberty under of the Kngllsh Channel on 'July 27, day. with each colt show. A string of promising colts which they have thrived so long. sults In Fight. Miss Neva Milner began her school at says an official statement Issued by For example, under "Intelligence" the will afford .striking evidence of tho reDevoted to Justice. London, July 30. An attempt by tho Instructor considers "ease of learning, the British admiralty. The statement Shelmim last Monday. sult of breeding tho best nnd prove n "America has chosen nny, she chose i follows: Workers' and Soldiers' Council, an or- capacity to apply knowledge and abil- splendid advertisement for the comMr. and Mrs. C. M. Aldridge and In 1770 that she Intended to be demoganization recently formed on the ity to grasp readily and solve new munity. "American sailing vessel Carmela, children, were the week end guests of and Workmen's problems." cratic in her policies and in her gov- ' of 1,370 tons from New York, was at lines of the Soldiers' her parents, Mr. nqd Mrs, ,I ,D. re ernment, and our whole history of tacked by gunfire by a uorman Council in Russia, to hold a peaco . :. more than 100 years Justifies the stateREARING SPRING PIGS. meeting at the Brotherhood church In and subsequently sunk by FIND NEW SLACKER GAME. ment that our people arc wedded and bombs In the entrance to the Kngllsh Mrs. Ada Holmes and.soo, Lester, of tUngsland, resulted in riotous scenes, Youngsters Should Have a Dry Bed and devoted to the ldeu of International during which the interior of the church Federal Agonte Believe Channel on July 27. The crow was Madrid, and Mrs. Errnia I'urcell. and "Farmer" Be Carefully Fed. Justice as the rule upon which nations picked up and landed by a war vessm children, of Falls of Rough,, were the was virtually wrecked and a number Ought Not to Be Employed. , shall live together in peace and amity g A comfortable house with dry of persons seriously Injured. at Plymouth. There were no casual- guests of their parents, Mr., apd Mrs. A new "slacker" ruse was found means much to the spring pigs, upon the earth. Before the meeting could be called when It was learned that federal agents B. E. Gray, last Sunday, "So that when we entered this war ties." to order a determined crowd, which have recently been Investigating the writes J. Coleman In tho Farm and Ernsst Tucker, of Louisville, Is vissoldiers, Fireside. In fact, all other conditions we entered It In order thnt tvo and our wounded some Included Germany Grants Indemnity. of farmers of iting relatives here. ,, in spite of the payrolls of a number Great Neck, N. way bo perfect, nnd yet If this point la children and our children's children n rushed the doors and Newton, Flushing nnd Huenos Aires. July 30. The might fabricate a new and better civiliMis, Myrtle Drown and baby were stubborn resistance of those inside, Y. Certain farm hands are wanted neglected failure may result. Argentine noto on reply to the The pigs will soon learn to eat. The zation under better conditions, enjoying forced their way into the church and who nre supposed to receive $0 n week week. liberty of person, liberty of belief, free- tho question ot torpedoing Argentine the guests of relatives here-lasdemanded tliat tho meeting bo for playing golf nnd tennis and living amount of feed can be Increased as' dom of speech and freedom :i't to our ships, which lias Just been received, tliey advance in nge, but they shouldn't Mr. and Mrs. Mack Crews spent last Btopped. A goneral melee followed. on the farm. was taken under advisement by tho week with Hill Coonis and sisters. bo fed more than they will clean up political Institutions. Tlie farmers, it Is said, have received nicely. An occasional scalding and "Wo entered this war to remove from council of ministers, it Is understood Flag. Teuton Ships Fly U. 8. Indemnity In the compensation for "employing" young sunning S. II. Davis was in Louisville last of the trough will keep It ourselves, our children and rjur chil normany has granted ., ...... Boston, Mass., July 30. Three Ger- sons of the rich Long Island set who clean. dren's children tho nienaeo which C3SO Ot IIIOSU lUH UU) nuure wet k. Kronprizessin believed tbtit by registering as farmman steamships, the ses to respect nil Argentine vessels Tho Arst four mouths of n pig's Ufo threatened to deny us that right. Mr. and Mrs J. M. Crume and clilU ...... Ceclllo, , Cincinnati and tho Amorika ers they could escape conscription. The determine largely what his "Never during the progress of after suc- war let us for one Instant forget this l' WHICH no noi cuiry uiuiiuuuim u. drcti, Mrs. S. M. Crume and daughter, tho are now under tho American flag at farmers. It Is believed, huvo hi certain cess Is. Never let him lose his pig fat C. M. Aldridge and L. A. Lampton Smugglers Infest Holland. tho Boston navy yard. Tho vessels cases given nwuy their own game, for during this time. Prepare for ample high nnd holy mission with which wo motored to Coyles and attended the have about 70 per cent of their com- they got tired of "the young swells grazing as soon as tho soil Is wann entered It, no matter what the cost, no The Habile, Netherlands, July 30. la funeral of Jonas Tucker last'Sunduy. plement, consisting of regular seamen who didn't know tho difference be- enough by kmvIiir rape or rape and matter what the temptation. How wldosproail and deoply-rootcAug ready for tween n grub hook and n cultivator" grain mixed. "Let us bring out of this war the and reserves, and will bo tho smuggling ovll on Hollnnd's froncan bo grazed by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shrewsbury are and began to talk about their "em- (lie pigs within This to eight weeks aft- of our country as untarnished as it goes tiers may he Judged from tho fact that service shortly, officials say. six ployees." In, sanctified and consecrated to the es- In tho southern provinces of Llmbere receiving congratulations on the arrier sown. Allow them to run ou any baby girl," Jesi-ie- , last Warriors Find Woman 119. green crops, especially clover or vetch, tablishment of liberty for all men who and North llrabant alone, 11,000 per- val of a dwell on the face of the earth." July 30. The takers of Copenhagen, as soon as they will graze. sons have been banished from tho re- Monday, uly -- it. S Asked to my a word on the scope of gions declared in a Bthto of solgo. tho census In the occupied districts S A succession of Held grazing crops $ PRAYER. A SOLDIER'S In Ilusslan Poland have found Jn a $ Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scrofmaturing through tho summer and fall the war preparations he Is superintendS courland village a Lettish woman 119 J By UAnOLD MAC QRATIl of the 5 will supplement their dally grain ra- ing, Mr. linker replied; Iron Miners Strike. ula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to enterprise "Tho mere business of this years old, says a Borlln dispatch. She 4 tion and will enable them to produco Bessemer, Mich., July 30. A gon- Impure blood, liurdock Mood Hitters ? Vigilantes. 1 give sou-was fourteen years old when NapoPigs fed ou Is very great. Perhaps ran eral strike of all miners on tho nogo-bl- c us a cleansing blood tonic Is well reLord, glvo mo this day my mau- - $ their guin at u protlt. Idea to you of what It means f I quota leon's "grand army" marched into Iron range has been called as a commended. bood to stand straight. Lead me $ gruln alone, with little or no grazlug for your Information n few compara$1,25 at all stores. crops, will return little or no protlt. Russia. result of a vote taken at a mass meetwlttl a clean heart into battlo tive Usurps. ing. The strike began at 7 o'clock $ and a sober mind. Deliver me f "Take, for Instance, the subject of Civil Service .Examination. Russian Prisoners Escape. declared that ? from blind hate and wanton Cleaning Alfalfa of Weed. aeronautics. In 101B tho congress ap- this morning. Operators now Stockholm, July 30. Russian pris- $ ruthlessness. Give me only that satisfied Alfalfa which Is two or more years propriated something less than half a most of the men were would oners of war occasionally And their 4' white anger that lends righteous- - 5 old should bo thoroughly disked or There has been a Civil Service examimillion dollars for the building of air- with working conditions and way to Sweden from Germany. The ucss to battle. nation anuounced to be held at Hardins after the Arst cutting. Fields craft In tho army. In 1017 tho appro- not strike. last group contained eleven men, who S Help me to preserve the Idea burg, August llth, ,to fill .the Fourth which aro absolutely wcedless, do not priation was $17,000,000, nnd now conreached Sweden via Bernholm. One i my forefather. Fort Physician Kllhd. need much disking or harrowing, but gress hns appropriated the great sum Class Post Office at Custer. Any one rowed across the Baltic $ V. A. ot them had Indianapolis, July 30. Dr. Let me keep my mother's face the ordinary Aeld, whero blue grass, of $010,000,000 for the building of aerowishing to take the examination wilt get , Moores-vllle- , forty-oneof 0 before mo and tho feel of my faMagonhelmer, from near Sassnltz. red top or similar grasses have come planes." application blanks at Custer Post Office $ tber's band upon my shoulder Ind., member of tho medical In, should be given a thorough disking Commission, Washing, and strengthen them against the Greece Appoint! Envoy to U. 9. corps at Fort UenJamln Harrison, wan or Civil Service Three and You're Pimd or harrowing. Ou the average farm day when I shall return no more. Athens, July 30. M. Rousses has nnd you're oilf Is killed when an auto he was driving ton, D. C. Applicants must lie at the "Three drinks the disk is the best available tool which wiirnlng to state gam? wardens and was struck by an Interurbaa at Post Office, Hardinsburg by, 9 A. M, been designated by Foreign Minister e) ataea. can be used, or the spring tooth barnew Oreek minister ta August llth. One drink means thirty Springer's Crossing, near Fort Polltls as the row will do. The object la to tear out lirotecto. lays' suspension., two sUty days. S. T. Dejarnett, Examiner tie United Slate. the gnus- - Amerlcuu Agriculturist. MAY PASS BILL THIS sin-gl- )iiri-lne- I ar Sec-rota- o cor-tai- Kingswood College e two-thlrd- 3 com-rorc- e V. G. BABBAGE y Dr. R. I. Stephenson DENTIST R. B. McGloiHIan ( Second Hand Goods sub-mnrl- .Mil-ne- bed-cln- 4 Oer-mn- t $$J$3$.$$S$S$333$$ S- bar-row- T the Democratic Voters of the 10th Senatorial District! ties, subject to the Democratic primary August 4, 1917. It will be impossible for me to see every voter in the three counties personally, and I take this method to solicit your support and influence at the primary in August. I assure you that if elected to said position, I shall do everything in my power to make you a good, efficient and honest official. I ask you to investigate my fitness for the office, and if you find me worthy, I will be grateful and thankful to you, if you will give me your support in this race, and use your influence in my behalf with your friends. Thanking you in advance for whatever you may do for me in the present race, I am, Very respectfully, 10th Senatorial District composed of Meade, Breckinridge You have no doubt seen my announcement for State Senator, in this the and Hancock coun- D. 1VI. DUNCAN. Mrs. James Malin, of Lexington, ii visiting Mesdames S. I'. t'arks and J. M, Herndon. K Mrs. Nelta I'lirlpx lias returned from Mrs. R. A. Crider was in Glen Dean, a visit in Louisville; Thursday. Miss Jennie Green, of Falls of Rough, Mrs. Joe Cole, of Vine Grove, visited A. B. has returned to her home after a visit Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Bland last week. to Mrs. Morris H. Heaud. Mrs. C. W. Hawes and children reMessrs Frank DeHaven and Henry turned from Chicago, Friday, after a DeHaven Moorman motored to Louis- visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Traube. ville last week. J B. Gibson and Misses Angi: and Hiram Phelps has Rone to Michigan Margaret Gibson spent last Sunday at for a Keo machine. Ft. Benjamin Harrison. They were Mrs. G. D Shellmau and son, Na- guests of John Gibson, who is in the SEARCH FOR A STOLEN thaniel Shellniati, were lu Louisville Officers Reserve Ccrps. last week on business Misses Mary and Rose Alexander GREEK MARBLE HEAD Mr. Guy Smith and Miss Anna Neen-sti- have returned from a visit with Miss have returned lo their home in Mary E. Alexander, in Louisville. In Railroad One Cent Per Word They are Like the Sun, Up Early Commanding Everybody's Attention Phone 46 Louisville, after spending their vacaMembers of the Eight Week club en- 8uppo.d to B. Hidd.n Laborers' Camp. tion here and other pointsin the county. joyed a hike to Mt. Pisgah last ThursMessrs I'aul and Russell Corapton day. They were entertained at dinner Mrs. A. J. O'Connell, Arkansas is here Lincoln, Neb. In a box car camp of made a business trip to Louisville re by Mrs. D. C. Heron. Swimming and Greek railroad laborers somewhere to spend a few months with friends and fishing were the main amusements. turning home Friday, along the line of the Union Pacific rail- relatives. Mr. and i'.ts. R. S. Bandy and R. S. Mr. E, McDuvls spent Saturday and Mrs. Oscar Petty, Narrows spent last Tuesday for road there Is a priceless marble bead of his family. Bandy, Sr., will leave next Sunday at home with the Greek goddess of health, carved by week with her sister, Mrs. Prank Ball. Brown and baby have re- Redfield, Iowa. They will visit C. A. a Greek sculptor of tbo fourth century Mrs. Walter I'aul Mattingly, Illuois spent the week turned to their home near Woodrow, Penick and family. B. C, and stolen from the museum at E. E Hardaway, of Louisville, was Tegca, Greece, where the balance of with his pareuts Mr. and Mrs. Rod after a visit to her mother, Mrs. A. X Compoof of in town, Friday, In the interest of the the statue of the goddess still stands. Mattingly. Kincheloe. Mrs. Carl Swink and Mrs John RusThe governors of Nebraska and WyoMiss Eula Mattlngty. of Kirk, is the Standard Oil Co. Miss Helen Louise Andremack, of ming-., hare been asked to Investigate- sell, Louisville spent the week with Mrs. guest of her aunt, Mrs. Belle Smith. and see if they cannot locate the miss- Thos. O'Connell. Mrs, Vera Jarboe and daughters, Louisville, has been the guest of Mr. ing head. The request comes from SecThe Ice Cream supper given at the Mis!es Agnes and Lucile Jarboe, have and Mrs. Carl Vickers. retary of Stale Lousing and Is made You a visit to Cloverport family have moved nt the request of the Greek govern- hall was quite a success. M.H.Ward and returned from Miss Jessie Lee Burden, Cloverport is ment at Athens. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson have to Louisville. There are thousands of Greek labor- the guest of her grandparents, Mr and Miss Nora Blythe is visiting relatives gone to North Carolina to spend the CO. PLANING ers on western railroads, and some Mrs John Hates. remainder of the summer. at Cloverport. Incorporated one of these is thought to have stolen FORDSVILLE. KY. JAKE WILSON. Manegar Mrs. John C ok was called to Big the head of the goddess before be left Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kincheloe. Dr. and Mrs. A.M. Kincheloe, Misses Es Spring last week on account of the ill Greece. The request from the state department docs not give the details ther McGary and Manie McGary were ness of her father, Mr. Dick Dowel!. centiin Kirk last Thursday to see Sisters A V. Whitworth was in Louisville, A number ot Webster people attended of the theft. The head is thirty Mr. Dick Mays, Webster was the guest meters In height, according to the deJoseph and Mary Winfrey. the Patriotic Song Fete, Friday eve- scription inclosed In the request that Wednesday, of his daughter, Mrs. Pearl Hart last Are You Insured Against Mrs. Victor Neuling and children ning. Wm. Gardner Hawkins was in Owens-bor- o week. a search of the railroad camps be have returned to their home in LouisSaturday. AUon Marshall is viiting Mr. and made. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dudgeon spent ville after a visit to her parents, Mrs George Hicks Anderson, at Gus-toMrs. A. M.' Miller, of Cloverport, is Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Billie Pool. Mrs. Win. Mattingly. Mrs. Olevia the guest of her sister, HALF OF U, S. DOCTORS Attorney John P. Harwell was in Mrs. Eula Butler, West View is visitLay. Dr. L. B. Morercen has been sumLouisville last week. ing her sisters, Mrs. Nettie and Bessie moned to report for duty, at Oglethorpe Mrs. S. M. Vernon and daughter ARE UNFIT FOR ARMY Messrs Fat Sheeran and John O'Rell Aug. 10. have returned to their home in Owens-bor- o Bradley this week. ly, Jr., are attending the Hendeison Willis Glasscock is at home for a few after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Jonas made a very Interesting Fair this week. FerguMrs, days. talk on conservation of garden products More Than 70,000 Will Be Elim- son. O. E. Ferguson, and Dr. If a windstorm should visit Mrs. E. L. Robertson spent Saturday and demonstrated canning of fruits and Mr. aud Mrs. Jess Durm and children, inated by the Standardiin town and. attended .the Chautauqua. vegetables, at the Methodist church, Breckinridge county, would Miss Grace McCoy, of Union Star, spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Mr. and Mrs. Cap Garner are at home Saturday evening. was the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. C. Hart. zation Process. you collect from a reliable from a visit to Basin Spring. Miss Nell Conniff, Mrs. Crouch and Chenault. will begin a Revival meet Rev. Allen Insurance Company for your Mrs. Ada Mattingly has gone to her Miss Mary Edna Crouch, of Louisville, Wm. Gabbert, of Eddyvllle. is spend- ing at Antioch Sunday evening. Washington. Of the 140.000 physi- ing damaged property? Think home in Ft. Thomas after a month's visited Mrs. Adelle Conniff last week, week here with his family. this cians lu the United States less than Mr. Mat Jarboe and Miss Tresie Lang-le- y tt visit to her pareuts. Mrs. W J. Piggott, Misses Ellzi M s. R. A. Smith was the guest of of your damage had you lived are available or desirable for were quietly married at of the bride's h and Mary Heron went to Mrs. Lela McCubbins and daughter, medical duty In the military service. relatives in Louisville last week. in New Albany, Indiana, last sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lasley, Wednesday Camp, Monday. Miss Ruth McCubbins, will return this In the opinion of the New York comill at the DeaJ. W. French, who is evening. Friday week from Stephensport, where they Ed Howe, of Lotiuvllle, spent the mittee of the medical section of the coness Hospital, in Louisville, is ImCouncil of National Defense. There- proving slowly. have beeu for some time. week end with Mrs. Virgil Brite. Mr. Bill Beatty, Lilac bought a fine fore It proposes drafting of physicians Steer from Willie Cannon Tuesday. Candidate Dave Duncan, of BrandenMiss Lucy Kirk, of Fordsvilie, visited Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Conner return selectively upon n basis of federal burg, was iu town last week seeing the Mrs. Manuel Brooks last week. ed from Cannelton, Ind., Saturday by a medical census. voters. The Eastern Stars held a meeting These views have been luld before having been the guests of Dr. M F. GARFIELD. Master Bernard O'Reilly has returned Monday afternoon. Grand Worthy the general medical bourd by Major Wedding and Mrs. Wedding. from a visit to his uncle, of near Kirk. Matron Mrs. Menefee, of Covington, Karl Council and other members of Mrs. Katejarrett, who fell last Sun tho New Yprk committee. The com- day spraining her ankle, is improving. Gray & Butler shipped stock from here Sam Dejarnettii has gone back on was present. The ladles served delicdemittee ulso set forth that there Is a Miss Cecil Dix returned Friday from Tuesday. Route No. 3, after a fifteen day's vaca- ious cakes and ices. Ky. cided shortage of physiciuns ready to Bowling Green, having been a student tion. Miss Mary Ann Uarned is visiting in Jess and Newsom Gardner motored volunteer for war work. El'zab-ithtowSunday. Louisville. The committee on standardization of at the State Normal. Misses Bessie Watlington and Judith to Fire, Tornado and all classes of and surgical supplies and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice, of Hawes- Miss Angle Gibson gave a week end medical Watlingtou are visiting in Webster and A horse, bridle aud saddle were stolen Insurance house party. Her guests were: Miss equipment, which has been at work on ville, were guests ot her parents, Mr. from the barn of Mr. Oscar Meador, Irvlngton tins week. shortHardlnsburg; Miss the problem of overcoming the Instru- and Mrs. P. D. Hawkins, Sunday, Huth Kincheloe, Tuesday night. age In surgical supplies nnd Philip Watlingtou, who has been at- Sue Bandy, Messrs. A. D. Kirk, HartMrs. Wm. Dowell, of Union Star, is ments due to the largo percentage of tending the Fair at Providence, return ford; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pool and little Don Lyddan and Harold Parks. this material which has heretofore the guest of her son, O. W. Dowell, son, were in Irvington Sunday to coned home Saturday. Mrs. Lucy Haynes is visiting her dau Mrs. Walker Brown and children, of heen Imported from Germany, reported and Mrs. Dowell, ghter Mrs. Eris Legrand. sult a doctor about their little son. Miss Ruth Kincheloe tipeut the week Louisville, are visiting relatives here. among Amerthat through Mrs. Chas, Smart and son, of Hites end with Miss Augie Gibson at Irving-ton- . ican manufacturers substantial progMrs. R. A. Smith, Stephensport spent S. Sadenwatter, little daughMrs. Miss Mary Henry and R. L Lyons ress hud been mude In Increasing the Run, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. ter aud Mrs. Adkisson, Irvington pass few days last week with relatives. spent the week end at Ft. Benjamin output for war purposes. Cashraan, Sunday, ed through town Saturday morning Dr. Shoemaker, of Kingswood, was Harrison. Mr. Lvons expects to enlist Zell Board has purchased a Ford. The committee Is rapidly perfecting n from "Mrs, R. M. Penick's near Miss Alene Cohen Is the guest ot Mrs. In town Saturday. In the Officers' Reserve Corps. complete standardization of all medical Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson, Hard Custer. Instruments nnd apparatus, through Ida Nottingham, at Lodiburg. Rev. AMI, of Rhodella, wat a visitor insburg passed through town Wednesday which tho simplest type and the smallof Mrs. Myer was brought afternoon. The remains Miss Daisy Morris, of Wilmore, is Hogt of Rid, Whit, and Blu. in Kirk last week. est number of styles of Instruments to Garfield Saturday for burial. She was Hutchinson, Kan.-O- ne visiting her mother, Mrs. Ida Morris. Hutchinson consistent with scientific performance Joe Macy has gone to Texas for an swino raiser, L. E. Grlffcth, U patriottaken to Lakeland a few weeks ago. Dr. R. I. Stephenson, of Hardlns-burbe tumed out by all manufacturIRVINGTON visit. ic to tho limit. All of his boss aro will Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Dowell were Sunday here with his spent red, white and blue. He has Duroc ers. family Sunheirs of Mr. Ephram Gray went to The guests of D. H. Smith and Miss Annie Jennings has been the Reds, Chester Whites and the new Hardinsburg I'riday to transact business. day. breed of blue hogs, known to breeders guest of Miss Iva Rice in Louisville. MCQUADY School begun here Monday with Mrs. Several from here, attended the Suu-da- y McDANIELS as the Sapphires. GrllTeth. who Is D. T. Penick principle Miss Maud Smith School convention last Sunday. Mrs: J. R.'Beaman. of Dallas, Texan, nlckiiiiiiK'd Red for obvious reuxoti who has been the guest of her lister, deduriM that then Is niitbliii: lilui Miss Eva Alexander, Custer was the assistant. Mrs. Shelton Hoard, Kirk and Mrs. Mrs. Adklns, left Friday for a stay In about him. ulthiillKli lio Is shipping In John Harper, Uarned were the guests of Miss Martha Harned begun school at guest of the Misses Uarned last Tuesday. Crops are looking fine since the rain. torn lit JI.Im ii Im.sliel to feed to hi Mrs. Thomas Taberling, Indianapolis. I'riday. Herschell Macy has returned to Texas Bandy's Monday. Rev, and Mrs Allen and children, nil. white mill Hue hog. We are glad to see progress of the Mrs. Joe Cole, Vine Grove spent the were the guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Vester after a week's visit with relatives and Mrs. John Miles spent Thursday In Now is the time to Subscribe week with her sister, Mrs, II. I, Bland. Glasscock Snnday. Pike. friends. Owens boro. ISARDINSBUKG BRECKINRIDGE-BANSKILLMAN, PresldentTHE BANK OF OF CLOVERPORT CONTENTMENT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier SERVICE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits el Use News Want Ad Liners and Get Somewhere RUBBER ROOFING We have a large and complete assortgood, reliable ment grades Roofing. sition Rubber Write for samples and prices. Freight paid to your Railroad Station. can find a Roofing that will suit you. FORDSVILLE MILL, STEPHENSPORT X Mr-an- d n. Tornado? N ' Pig-go- one-ha- lf Kava-naug- 1 Paul Compton, Hardinsburg, X. . -- X I. te g, '