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XLII FOUR OUT OF FIVE MEN ACCEPTED From Cloverport For Selective Draft as Result of First Day's Examination Nineteen More -- T "TI 171 1 TZ 171 IV T 1 II w 1 171 XTTTTTCI $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. 8 Pages No. 7 $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. AUQUST 15, 1917. OF COURSE THE VOTKNOW. DEATHS AT THE COUNTY SEAT. BEST INSTITUTE HELD IN EVER HIGH PRICES FOR HOGS AND CATTLE Of ERS SHOULD COUNTY. BE COONTY CHAPTER. Red One to Appear. of the five young men t rem I Ml who were examined in HardlOe" place burn Mommy for the selective (Iran, four passed. Those from here who were examined Walter Weistnberg, eh- - first dav were: rejected; Sherman Gibson, passed; I. Field, passed aud claimed ex emptions; Donald J. Smith, passed anu claimed no exemption; wm. (Int Hcn-jami- u ' passed. Following are the remaining nineteen Cloverport men who have been officially notified by the local board at Haraiu.--burto appear this week. They are given in order as they come on me iwi, g Tuesday, August 14-- Leo Haffv, Ira 1) Watnen, Bruce Bennett, William Wroe. Tucker, wiiuani Floyd Rufus J Carter. Wednesday, McCoy. August 15 Thursday, August 16 Clarence T. Tindle, Robert Vaughn, Barnev r. Squires, Joseph P. Jarboe, Joseph M. Burke, John Quincv Adams. Pridav, August 17 Lonnie Holt, R.marri E Morrison, William Jones, Oar F. Dawson, Walter McCreary. Pierce. llen Saturday, August A complete list of the three hundred young men from this county who are t j be examined this week can be fouod at the Breckenridge News office and of Cloverport. the Breckinridge-HanOwing to the lack of time the Breckenridge Newa was unable to publish the entire list. Celebrates 70th Birthday. family dinner at his home on Sunday in honor of the seventieth anniversary of his birth. The children and grand children who were present for the dinner were; Prof. Kufus McCoy, Mrs. and daughter, Lou Watson Mc Coy, Cloverport, Mr. and Mrs. Will ( inault. Stephensport, Mr. and Mrs. 'Horace McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Sipple and two children, Irvington, Roy T. McCoy, Aaairville, Mrs. Kay Galloway. Detroit, Orville McCoy, IHUte Mary, Kuth and Lucile McCoy, Union Star. v -- Mr A. N. McCoy. Union Star had a Notwithstanding the fact that I have tried to delioe my views briefly on the leading questions Involved in the present senatorial campaign, in all the pipers in the senatorial district, yet many have failed to comprehend my statement and many have overlooked them or for some reason failed to get them, hence I am frequently asked to define my attitude on these issues; thus rendering it nec ssary for me again to express my views, and be a little more explicit and comprehensive in my statements, hoping that every voter iu the district may either see them or receive an accurate account of my views Certainly the voters have a right to know where a legislative candidate stands, fully realizing that a half way "dry" man is always a "wet" man. It seems that the popular slogan in this year's campaign is "State Wide." The state line up of these advocates seems to be headed by Henry Watterson, W B. Halderman, A. O. Stanley and we are pretty well informed that his Satanic Majesty and many other celebrities occupy a high place in the list. But we tind that this empty slogan it not altogether satifactory to preachers, Sunday School people, deacons and elders, so I shall try to be explicit on these important questions. First I am for the submission of a State Wide Prohibition Amendment that will actually prohibit, and I will work and vote for its adoption when suctnitted to the voters. Second I am for the enactment of such laws as will make the act throughly effective. Third, since the Senate of the United States has vjted to submit the Nation Wide Prohbition Amendment to the constitution of the United States and it being highly proba ile that the Houre will also pass such an amendment before the next legislature shall convene, I pledge myself, if elected, to vote f jr the ratification of such amendment when submitted to the Kentucky legislature, as i. doubtless will be at its next session or during my term of office. Where does my opponent stand on Very Truly, these propositions? Irvington, Ky. S. P. Parks. Advertisement. Webb-Ken-yon Dr. Evans InMrs. Lucy Barnes Taken Sud Closed Friday. Farmers Around Glen Dean Are spires the Teachers to do denly. Aged Man Dies of Among the Best Stock Men in Better Work. Senility. the State and Are Doing Their Mrs. Lucy Barnes, widow of the late Harnes died of heart trouMe at her home in Hardiiisburg, Thursday morning. She was a constant sufferer of heart trouble, but the fatal attack was unexpected The funeral was held Friday morning from the Methodist church. Services conducted by the pastor, Kev. Robert Interment took place in Ivy Johnson. Hill cemetery. Mrs. Harnes lived in Hardiiisburg all of her lite. She was practically married in 187510 W. K. Barnes, who was a prominent attourney at the county seat She was a member of the Methodist church. Those who survive her ore; three sisters, Mrs. Mary C Heston, Mrs. Marcus Kincholoe and Mrs. Margaret Hoard, one brother, J. B. Gardner. W. K Cross Hundred Organization. Members Hardinsluirg Aag. i.'l,( Special) Last Friday closed one of the best Institutes ever held in Breckinridge county. Dr. Charles Ivvans. president of the State Normal school at Tulsa. Okla .was Dr. Fvans is a great the instructor man and when he goes before an institute he gives them the best he has. Me makes the teachers enthusiastic and more determined when they return to their schools to do their very best. On Thursday afternoon at 2;.V' o'clock I memorial exercise was held ill honor and love for our fellow eiti.en, Mr. Joel HJI'ile, former siiperentendent and friend by the teachers in the county. The following program was carried out. A solo, "Crossing the Bar." Mrs. Rus- sel Compton. Joel B. File, As a Citien Mr. D. C Walls. Joel H. I'ile, As a County Superintendent 000 Mr. Moorman Ditto Mr. David Driskell, who had been ill Joel H. I'ile, As a Teacher H. DeH. for several months, fell into enternal Moorman. sleep, Aug 7, at the home of Mr and Joel H. I'ile, As a State Wide Influence Mrs. (ieorge Simmons near Hardiiisburg. Dr. Charles ICvans. He leaves five sons and one daughter Song "Jesus Lover Of My Soul" Mr. Andrew Driskell and Heston Drisare two of the kell of Hardiiisburg sons. Bit Toward Licking Germany. OTHER NOTES OF THE FARM. The livestock market was very active in Glen Dean last Saturday. Farmer? were buying ewes for next ear's lamb supply, and stocking up on tine Short Horn cattle and Duroc hogs. Three Short Horn cows sold for $'.'00 each, and a tine Duroc boar brought 200 The farmers in this section mean business. They are erecting silos and buying the best cattle and iings. They are sowing clover, alfalfa and wheat, and preparing for one of the largest and best crops next year they have ever raised. high-grad- Robertson has a fine herd of Short Horn cattle, and has addtd to it three thoroughbred cows at a cost of Col. E L. 000 fender, purchased 600, and a tine Duroc boar, son of De of McKee Bros., of Versailles, at a cost of $200. He is planning to build up one of the best herds of cattle and hogs in the S.ate. 000 ROY BIG J. CAIN APPRECI- SHOW FOR WOMEN PLANNED FOR STATE FAIR Most Creditable Exhibits In the Entire Gigantic Display. ATES NOMINATION. And there is the old reliable lirm of W. R. Moorman & Son whose reputation for fine Short Horn cattle extends through many States. They are build- He says that Skillman & larboe will ing silos and planniug for a bigger busimake about 10,000 bushels of corn. ness aud txtending their trade. W. J. Owen & Son. The women of Hardiiishurg had a most entliusi.isti, Matiag last Tuesday when they organized I Red Cross society which will he the Breckinridge County ( h iptet M the county seat has the pirvilege of having the main chapter. There m re fifty women present at the meeting and Miss Annie Lewis Whith-wort- h who was the promoter for the Red Cross Society, had charge of the program. After Miss Withwortll explained the work of organizing and the responsibilities after the formation of the chapter, the women elected Mrs, A. M. Kincliloe as temporary chairman and Miss Hettie Taj lor as Secretary The chairman then appointed a membership campaign with Miss Kathleen llobeti as chairman assisted by Misses Nancy Kincholoe, Martha Gardener, Marv Franklin Heard, Tidy Mercer and Mrs. Morris Heard. The membership campaign begun work immediately and during the past week they secured one hundred members The society will hold its next meet ing at the Shellman Hotel. Thursday, ug. 16 By that time they expect to have the petition returned anil will begin working at once. . One of the Rebuilding At Fordsville. The work of rebuilding ihe burnt district of FordBville begun last week. The Bank of Fordsville bought the corner lot of John T. Smith and will build story brick building 40x70 feet. on This building will be occupied by the Bank and by Mr. Smith. Bob Miller is putting up a one story brick to be occupied as a 5 and 10 cent store. Other buildings will be put up later on Mr. Ed Whitehead of thii city is doing the brick work. Busy housewives mid experts In arts and crnffs are tnkinc advantage of every moment ill preparation for the showing to be made nt the fifteenth an mini Kentucky Stiite Fair, to be held ill Louisville the week of Sept. ID. The Woman's department is iinturnl ly the most Interesting portion of the Stale Fair to womankind nnd Is like wise one of the most credit. We exhibitions in the entire gigantic display. The entry list for this department will close Aug. L'7. and a "hurry up call" is Issued by Kentucky Slate Fair Card of Thanks. . Seeretnry Fount T. Kremer. Suit HA To the good people of Sample, Ky , Republic building. Louisville. For eiilnlogiic or information address we lake this method of expressing to Kentucky our many ti lends our siucere lhatiks tor Fount T Kremer, Secretary State Fair, Suit 004 Republic Building. the many acts of kindness and expresLouisville. Ky. sions ot sympathy to us curing the illness ar.'l death of our dear beloved Civil Service Examination. mother, Mrs. M. Weidman, who died July 26, I9I7 There has been announced to bo M. Weidmau and Children, held at Hardinsburo September Sample, Ky. Convict Ship on Exhibition. The convict ship, "Success" which went up the Ohio in the month of June, is in Louisville now on exhibition at the foot of Fifth street. It is claimed that this old ship is one of the most interesting relics of the day. Aboard her is shown the fiendish inventions of man's brutality to man such as the whipping post, branding irons, punishment balls, coffin bath, and the jondeinncl cells. She is to be in Louisville only a limited time. Several persons from here have made a special trip to the city to see the "Suc- 8, Civil Service examination to till postthe position of fourth-clasEight WeeKs Club, composed of master at Kmjrswood. Ky. Those The Irvington girls, sold ice cieam Saturday wishing to take examination will afternoon and realized $13 The money irci application blanks at Kins-woowill be turned over to the lieutenants of postotiice or at th" Civil the Illiteracy Campaign to help swell Service Commission, Washington, the fund from Irvington. D. C. If any one wants to take the examination and does not get Church at Webster Repaired. the application in time, come and The Methodist church at Webster has and make had some valuable improvements made take the examination on it this summer, and it is now one of application afterward. S. T. DeJarnett, Kxaminer. the nicest and prettiest churches of its size in the county. Two new Sunday School rooms have been added. It has Visit Interesting Places been newly papered, frssh coat of paint on the outside and concrete steps were In the East. built to the front door. Make $13 Sell j ig Ice Cream. The Ten Commandments of Business. Honor the Chief, There must be a head to everything. in yourself, 3. Have confidence and make yourself fit. Harmonize your work Let sunshine radiate and penetrate. first 4. Handle, the hardest job each day. Kasy ones are pleasures. 0. Do not be afraid of criticism criticise yourselfcofleu. 6. He glad anil rejoice 111 the other fellow's success study his methods. Do not be misled by dislikes. 7. Acid ruins the finest fabric. He enthusiastic 8. it is contagious. 9. Do not have the notion success means simply He fair anil do ut least 10. oils decent act every day in the year. t. money-makin- cess." Sufferers From Painful Accident Kate Jarrett, Stephensport vears old i suffering trom a painful accident which happened two weeks ago, when she fell and crushed her right foot. Her condition is reported to be critical. Mrs. Jarrett is one of the oldest citizens of Stephensport. Her brother in law, Rev. H C Trumau came to see her last week. Mrs who is Ml Miss Nellie Hurk, who has been iu Louisville studying to he a trained nurse has finished her course nnd is to be graduated from the City Hospitial, August 5. After the commencement, Miss Hurk will come home to stay until September 1st, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hurk. She will return to LouisCashman, of Louisville, Sadie Hall, . m ville and will go to Waverly Hill Clara Eskru'ge, Maude Smith, of HardM Howard & Son are feeding and where she has a position as a iiisburg. raising -- 00 htad of hogs. They sold district nurse for eight mouths. On Sunday Dr. and Mrs. J. H Sand-bac- 100 head to Col. K. L. Robertson for Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Fenick and September delivery at M5 25. daughter, Miss lv.nl Belle Maitinglv, Miss Bessie B. Weatherford, Messrs Jesse A Matthews, a hustling farmer Mallow Robinson aud C. S. Board were and tobacco raiser of Glen Deau, has it) invited guests to dinner. the acres of fine tobacco which he has tendThis was a day long to be remembered by himself. He expects to realize a ed by all present and hope that this rehandsome price for his tobacco. union will be an annual one. ooo Laws Moorina.1, of Ufa ibethtown, Dr. Harold .1. Beard of Liver-more- , Stock Market. Louisville who is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Jim Dean, Ky., and sister, Miss Judbrought a tomato to Gleu Dsan that ith Heard, of Hardinsburg, and Hog Market: Choice Heavies, 2i0 weighed twu pounds. 16.') to impounds Miss Leila llillsman, of Liver-mor- e pounds anu up, $17.25; have returned from an ex- $17 10; U'O to 16s pounds lti Bgf pigs J. M Howard & Son put in ten acres 70 down. $13 it aud i4 .'(5: roughs, ot alfalfa last week. tended trip in the Kast. They vis.V); secLambs choice $14 2s and ited Detroit, Chicago, Buffalo, onds f 10 and 10 '."; culls 1)7. and S.; W. K. Moorman Sc Sou bought 120 Niagra Falls, and Toronto, Can- top sheep 7 75 ana bucks f 6 down. tous of Oolite lor wheat. They are ada. breaking 1'iO acres and will use a ton of in A New Miss Jane F. Bury. Miss Judith Beard took a six Oottll to the acre. s d breeders of fine Irvington, Ky Aug. 10, I9I7 (Special) Poland China nogs; J. M. Howard & I wish to express my deep appreciation Son and C. W. Deau breeders of Angus for the honor of being the Republican are doing their might to build up nominee for Representative of Mrecken cattle tine herds. So Glen Dean will in a few and I shall faithfully strive ridge County years be one of the best markets for to show same in action and deed as well fine stock in the State, and will attract as word. buyers from all over the country. To those of you who voted and used your influence for me I am indeed very L. Robertson sold 50 stock ewes to grateful. D. C. Moorman & Son at 111 per head; To you who supported mv opponent, i2 per M. Howard at :t.S hand to J I beg to commend your loyalty to a head; W. R. Moorman 37 head at 41II.5O; worthy man. That lie was worthy and F.verett Lewis jfl head at III 5(); Kobt. deserved your support, is evidenced by l5 head at $2.50; J. M. Howard the vole where he was reared and where Jones l I.5O, and has 100 & Son 1O7 head at he now resides. m ore cracker-jack- s to sell. He bought In my Uimation, noliiglier recommenof J. M. Howard 3 Short Horn cows, as dation can be given a political aspirant good as the county affords, for 000, than a favorable expression in his home and will calve at once to Rd Victor, precincts. one of the best bulls in the Stale. Now thai am your nominee, I do most earnestly solicit y ur support iu J M. Howard & Sou have put out the general election in November, assuron the :. hares 10 ewes. ing ou of my appreciation for same and ooo pledging myself to make a vigorous There were tour new silos unloaded campaign for final success at lilen I lean Saturda) One for J. M. Yours Sincerely, Howaid, one for K. L. Robertson, one Adv. Roy J Cain for Sidney Oweu and one for W. K. Moorman & Sou. 000 John Phelon says he made the banner crop of oats this year. He had in less than an acre and threshed out 37 sj, bushels. In the section of country surrounding Fordsville there never was a liner prospect for corn and tobacco, Kvery farmsr you meet says he has the best crop he ever raised. Jesse Kskridge sold twenty head of sheep and lambs to A T. Beard at 6' to Vi cents. Beard Bros, shipped lambs Monday. ooo 000 000 I 000 000 000 a car load of 1 1 000 Ino. 1), Shaw has a lease ou an asphalt mine more than four feet thick aud only 401) ards from the Branch road. It will be easily developed, and scarcely any dirt to be removed. Mr. Shaw is 011 a deal to st-- it and mine it. The quality is very rich ll Graduates From City Hospital. . ooo Bob Clarkson, ot Big Spriug, was at Gal field, July 13. (Special) Mr and Webster Stone Co. plant Saturday with Mrs. V. W. Smith hud a week end six teams lor 10 tons of Oolite. Mr. house party composed of teachers who Clarkson is one of the best farmers in have boarded with I hem. The followthe Big Spring Leighborhood, and has ing composed the party: Misses Nell great faith in Oolite as a fertiliser. House Party Given Teachers. 000 Sani-toriu- . 000 Sea Slug 000 i$ i 000 Stories Thrill ; the ChiflftgO week's summer course University. at the The Superiority of Little Sisters Over Big Sisters. To the Editor of in Sun-Si- r: The most gufgl thiny uUiut the 1 Mr and Mrs. Frank J. Ikry, St. Louis, Mo. announce the arrival of JlM Fulrleigh Uury, Aug. 1y.11, l'. 7s ill be emcmbiir.il here Mrs. Bury as Miss Florence Fairiaigh haie frequently visited her aunt. Mrs. Juhu D. Bahrjjge. 000 B H Literature of the Great War. Perilous VU futures of American Hritish U Withers, of countv recently Bud sa thut crops 1nlh.1t - ci mu are lookicg tine. F.n mers .1. e j ibilant, and one r a ticineudous two good ritiM Will ield of corn Med lofcMWi in Hardiiisburg, was Il.vits. 1 as-ur- e a Plucky ooo who joined Fleet and the went Enters Officers Reserve Corps. (jarduer llawkius, Stephensport haa bttty appointed a place In the Officers Reserve Corps, at PL. Benjamin Hr-risso- n Mr. Hawkins was too young to ccme nuder the selective draft so he Samuel V. Taylor. invariably bud cook.. So three Mi. cheers for the little sisters, say I. Ferry I'ltitLsbiirg Barrack-- . F. J. Willis Green, of Falls t Rough, was route to Louisville Monday. Mr. you noe r , sisters., And I will lell you why. Mi. Fred Adams, who formerly lived Green report-- the largest corn crop iu his section for m my y eats. Green Bros. , The little sisters makefile ffldgt here has been commissioned as Captain that the big ones semi, (iood of one of the Ky. Itegiinents encamped he says, have 800 acres ami :ue expect-iuto make 50,000 bushels. fudge, too, for older sisters me at Fort II njirtun Harrisou. bis; irirls I know is i Fred Adams Made Captain. I'atrtil licit- u out hunting g Opening Chapters Next Week ooI Adams Is a nephew of Frank A. B. Skilluiin says that prospects anil T. J. Ferry of tint city aud Kerry, Louisville. are fine for crops in Skilliuau's bottua. The Golden Rule Stores SPECIAL Removal From this town will take place in a short time. Count the days, tor they are Golden Days ot Opportunities tor the people oi this vicinity. Our great success ot the past 10 days ot our sale, makes us otter more and greater bargains to our many triends and patrons. Read this ad careiully and see it we are not saving you big money. Come now and do your Fall shopping; don't wait until you have to pay the big advance that is steadily growing on merchandise. LWIm' Plonk Shoos; ft. 00 value; hIp price -- it SPECIAL Men's Khaki Pants worth $1. ."(): SPECIAL sale Men'.-- . Men's Hose; $1.45 LttKea' Wash Skirts: Sale price 1 price 60 Sport Shirts worth up to No: Snip price Men's Work Shoe worth $3.00; sale 6 pairs guaranteed month-- , per box 6 price valups; 89c 15 POUNDS OF SUGAR 48c $1.00 TO ANY PURCHASER OF $1.98 $5.00 WORTH OR 75c Men's Palm Beach Shirts: 75c values 98c Lad fas' Corset Clivers; Mfl values: Snip price MORE 45c 19c Ladies' Waist?.; 91.90 Men's Pants Men's Blue Serge IWs Men's Fine Dress Pants Men's Kino Dress Pants Men's Fine Pants Men's Fine Pants Men's 50c Suspenders fl M 1 MM .715 while it lasts hitr lot of embroideries worth sale price, per yard SPECIAL Men's Overcoats l2Jc $18 00 Overcoats lf,( 0 Overcoats $12.00 Overcoats $10 00 Overcoats Men's 80a Hose: 10c 100 Overalls Overalls Overalls $1.50 Overalls $1.75 Overalls $1 00 $1 25 ft.M $7.98 $6 98 69c 98c $1.38 $1.50 ruW price $1 48 1.:59 59c Men's loc Handkerchiefs 4c 8lc Children's Hose Violet Talcum Powder 6c $5.9S 25c $1.48 $1 23c 00 pairs for Ladies Low Cuts Pairs '2 Summer Dresses Misses' Kmbroidery Dresses Ladies' House Dresses Children's Dresses $1.48 89c 45c Shoe Polish Men's Buckskin Shoes 48 Great Cut in Prices on all Merchandise in Every Department of the Store Men's Shoes 16.00 $'.,50 14.00 $4.50 $1.50 Boys' Clothing $;!.4 Special SPECIALS lot cf Children's Hose, i5c value lot of Ladies's Dressing Sacques 1 lot of Ribbons worth 12Jc 1 lot of Turkish Bath Towels 1 lot of Cup Towels 1 box French-AmericaSoap Bonnie Bess Toilet Soap, worth fic 1 box tine Toilet Soap, 3 bars 1 values; sale price values; s:ile price values: sale price values; ale price values; sile price -- 48 2.48 2.98 2.48 4 Ladies9 Shoes Ltdie- -' Lathe-.- ' Buys' Suits: $8 value.-- ; sale price $5 18 Boys' Suit-- ; $8 value.-- ; sale price 4 48 Boys' Suits; $5 values; Mile price 3.48 2 98 Boys' Suit-- : $5 values: sale price .89 Boys' Knee Pants. $2 values; sale price Buys' Knee Pants; $1 values; sale price .48 ,$8 Boys' Knee Pants; 75c values, sale price Boy a1 Brownie Overalls; 75c val.; sale price ,88 Ar Bowl.'" Glass Only one to 10c 14c 1 a Customer n Hirhtop, cilf; plain toe; cloth top; patent and dull: 8 value Ladies' Oypsy limit; $4.5o value Ladies' four-lial'liinp: $4 value WonienV Calf Pump; $4 50 value Women's Patent Pump, cloth top; S4 50 val Women's White Canva Pump; value Misses' VcL.ur BibjT Doll Pump; $4 value lot L idles' Shoes; Special r I $t value $3.48 .'5 9S 8.M 2 98 2.98 2.98 1,78 2.48 1.48 Men's Underwear Men's BalbrijTiran Union Suits; 75c values Men's Ath'eiic I'nion Suits; 75c values Men'.- - Athletic separate pieces; 35c values Men's Heavy Weiirlr; 78c values Men's medium weight; 75c values Boys' I'n eiiveir; 75c Ladies' Underwear Ladies' Union Suits, lace trimmed, umbrel48c la style; 75c value; sale price Ladies' medium weight Underwear; 75c val ues; 48c price 79c Ladies' Sample Underwear; $ value 8c 8c 3c 23c 3c 9c Men's Hats Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Felt Hats, $3 values; sale price $1.73 Felt Hats, $2.50 values, sale price. 95e, Straw Hats, $2.50 values; sale price 1.48 Straw Hats, $2.25 values; sale price 98o Straw Hats, $1.60 values; sale price 48c Men's Palm Beach and Silk Hats 43c values ar 48c 48c 23c 48c 48c 39c Men's Furnishings Men's Dress Shirts: $2 values; sale price Men's Dress Shirts; SI 50 val.; price Men's Dress Shir's; 75c value.-- : sale price Men's Work Shirts; 75c values; sale price Men'- - Wot k Shirts; 75c values; sale price Men's Ties; 75c values; sale price Men's Ties; 50c values; sale price Men's Ties; 25c values; sale price Men's Cotton (iloves; 12c values: sale price Men's Cotton Ho.-e-; 15c values; sale price Men's Sup iorter-- ; Boston or Paris Men's Clothing .Men', Pinch Bm& Suits; lib1 value- Men Suits; $25 value-- ; -- ale price. Men's Sun-- ; Sis value-- ; sale price .Men's StliU; $18 value-- : sale price Men's Overcoats; $90 value-- : ale price Men'- - hvn naN: $18 value-- : sale price -- $11.98 14 9S Ladies' Ready-to-We- 2 4g 5u Dry Goods Poplin worth 25c, per yard Marquisette worth 15c, per yard Wool Crepe worth 35c, per yard White Madras worth 25c, per yard Calico worth 10c, per yard lot of linen worth 40c, per yard 1 Skirts 18.98 9 98 11.98 7.98 ( 'al i t Baking Powdrr Ladies' white wash Skirts; latest styles; $3 value-- ; sile price $1.98 .98 Ladies' white wash Skirt.-- ; $2 values Ladie- - white wash skirt; $1.60 values .79 Ladies' Stilts; latest iporl stripe; $2.50 val. .98 Raincoat worth $s 0o $8 98 .45 29 . ' j 17c 9c 26c 17c 6c 23c 38c 5C Ladies' Fibre Silk Hose; 60c values Burbon Twist Tobacco, 2 Mas iii's Jars; quart siz - worth 80o 48c .21 for i Golden Rule Store, m 4M0l$8toMI0 COUNTY SUNDAY 1 Cloverport, Kentucky A AT GLEN DEAN Kollowiug is the p:ogram for the Rrecketn idge (.Hunt) Sunday School Conveuti in, to tie tielil at the BaBtlM Church, Aug IT an I Is, ijlei; Dear, Kv. , iriuay Afternoon, -- Aug 17 Hruing-ton- . ':30 Devotional Messages Rev. C from L. 2:.yl Departmental Sup't Elementary Miss N"r.i Driskell, Secondary Lilbuui Alltu, Adult S C. Doweil, Miss Jennie l'a ne, Visitation Orguuiz ition J C Crutcher, It f May, Tcmperauc Missions Miss Manoie Gregory. Educational Mrs. S. I'. Hants. ;i:3() Koumi ratiie, aVaekiaridge Co mm led by S. C y's Needs, Dowell Coral line in France an knuws whet he is talking about: "You have two alternatives eilher Judge D. D. Dowell. Mhift organizing the adults n, A. you are drafted or ou are not. If not, X. Kincneloe. you have nothing to worrv about. If 10:40 Minutes of last Convention and vmi are drafted, you nave two alternatDistrict reports County Secretary. ives you are in camp or you are at the IlilO Address Dr. George A. Joplin. front. It you are in camp vou have Offering for organised work anil up nothing to worry about. If you are at point meni of Committee. the front you have two alternatives eithet Otl are held in reserve or you Afternoon :30 Memory versts given bv Del.- - gat es ue sent to the tiring line. If you are in reM rve, you have nothing to worry and Mi tubers of Audience 1:45 Temperance in the S. S Dr. S. V. about If VM art sent to the tiring line, trOtt have two alternatives either Harks. you tight or yoj don't vou have nothing 'M.S The Sunday School as an Bit neat to worry about. If you do you have ional r'otet J. Ka!eigh Mea lor. ither vou get hurt S C. two alternative! i:45 Missions in the S J If you don't you have Ot vou don't. Crutcher. g to worry about. If you do get 3:11 Election of orficers and report of noihii hurt, ou hive two alternatives either Cofltteee. vou are slightly hint Of badly hurt. If W. D Smith, I'resident hurt, you have nothing to T H. Mi riidoii. Vice I'resident. slightly worry about. It badly hurt you h ive MlaaOra " Hearlfleii learelan two alternatives either vou recover or One wav to relieve li.ibituul BOBS ti pa vou dou't. If you recover you have v tion is to taUe regularly a mild laxative. not nil g to won about. If you dou't Do. in' RegUMJtS en lecommeDded for recover, Ihen you ure dead and can't this putpo.se. 3dc a box at all ding worry. "So what's the use of woniog about sloi rs Waycross Journal-Heralthe draft? in Miss teaching the l'rimarj Whiting nill. 10:0) Address 4 , , livening Session 7:110 Why Worry About the Draft? Rev J C Meng Devotional Mere is consolation for everv man Address Dr. George A. Joplin. who has registered uud expects to be Saturday Morning Aug. 19 drafted in the great war lottery this Rev Kaymond Oliver month y. Devotional It comes from an Atlanta, 9:45 Some points on methods and aims Georgia boy who has been on the firing I.ula, the little daughter of Mr. and Miss Effie Dudgeon and brothers Mrs. Mai Tucker is very ill. were guests of her aunt Sunday. Several from here attended church at Logan Glasscock received lambs at The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, Antioch Sunday. McDaniels Tuesday for Mr. Beard at cures diabetes, weak and lame hacks, Henry Hayes went to Hardinshurg Hardinsburg. rheumatism, and irregularities of the Miss Sue Rhodes is very ill with apkidneys and bladder in both men and Saturday. women. Regulates bladder troubles pendicitis. in children. If not sold by your drug-- j Miss Lillian Glasscock and her Renewal gist, will be sent by mail on receipt father motored to Harned Wednesday. of $1.00. One small bottle is two mouths' treatment, and seldom fails Mrs Mat Frank was the guest of Mr. J. D. Rabbage, Cloverport, Ky. to perfect a cure. Send for sworn tesMrs. M..ry Dudgeon Thursday. timonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive Dear Sir: Enclosed find I'. (). money Mrs. J.C Tucker who hag typhoid Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by drug order for $1 50 to renew my subscrip gists. tion for one year to the Breckenridge fever, is improving nicely. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Critchaloe News, which both my wife and myself of Kofi, weie guests of their daughter, Miss Daisy Tucker and brother, Estill enjoy very much. Mr and Mrs Uordou Rhodes, Fndny, Respectfully yours, spent the weekend with Mr. and .Mrs. T. L. Hlaine. Spencer. Jim R No 1. New Windsor, III. Birth Announcements. Meyer Smith went to Hardinslnirg Warlnaaiaj Mr and Mrs. William Head, lvvans-villMr. ka Hines and Miss Nettie Itching piles piovoke profauity but Ind., announce the birth of Willi Visited friends and relatives in profanity won't remove them Do. in s am Thorn at Head Jr., on August 6, 19.I7. Ointment is recommended lor Itching, Weigh) 7'.. pounds. Herat! laai week. s He is the first grandchild of Mrs. Wd aril and Hartwell Tucker, bleeding or prott tiding piles. 60c at Vkrgiall Williams of this city. visited their grandmother, Mrs Keltic any drug store. II his last week Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wendelkin have Mr. and Mrs Herman Calloway wi McDANIELS received the announcement cf a new of Mr. and Mrs Crave Smith granddaughter, Mary Virginia WendelSunday. Several from here attended the llag kin, born, July 31, 1917., daughter of Mrs. Vita Tucker aud daughter, Vera Mr. uud Mrs. Charles Wendelkin, Robs-towand grandson, Heber were guests of, raising at the Catholic church Sunday Texas. Mrs. Wendelkin wan Mr. and Mrs I'lesant Tucker last week. afternoon. I, Vf i ... t.. Ml rs wail Ifls. V.....V.J . ion Virgil Goodman whs in McDaniels Zelby Tucker went to Hardins Springs Monday receiving lambs. Sunday. Vox earache, toothache, pains, burns. Several from here attended 1'reshytery There was a large crowd at Racine Rev. Ivan Allen and brother, Rev. scalds, sore throat, trv Dr Thoma.i at Kphesus last week. All report a good Saturday that being primary election on uce Allen are holding a meeting at Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for em- time. day. Antioch et this writieg. ergenciec. TEXAS WONDER. e, Ald-mlg- e Me-sr- 000 ' M00K t ii- i Great $10,000 Saddle Horse Stake For 1 Owners 1917 WILLIAM H, TAFT THE NEW KENTUCKY FIFTEENTH-ANNUA- L Kentucky State Fair and Breeders Throughout the Country Interested In President Cohen's Amhitious Enterprise. RllslB HLawHll HERMAN STRAUS RICHLIEU KING, 1916. LEVY BROTHERS' SONS' CO. CUP. by CUP. Two of the array of trophies offered In the ;reat $10,(HK) five Raited saddle horse stake at the fifteenth annual Kentucky State Fair, the week of Sept. 10, are silver cups donated the two leading mercantile establishments of Louisville in their lines, the Levy Brothers' Clothing company and the II. Straus & Sons' Co. department store. The prize money donated and set aside in this class is as follows: How Prize Money Is Divided. One thousand dollars to the horse winning lirst prize. MB to the horse winning second prize, $:tT5 to the horse winning third prize and 9800 to the horse winning fourth prize. In addition to the Brai priaa of 11.000 the saddle stallion proving champion of the country in hi . hiss will receive a sterling silver cop. mi w hich will he engraved "Championship of America for live gaited saddle stallion, any age," and Which will be valued at 9900, tu Tuesday night of Fair week the mare division of the saddle horse stake will lie shown under the same conditions and with the same amounts and divisions ns in the stallion rings. Wednesday night the exhibition of geldings will take place in Identically the same manner and with the same divisions. Saturday night the grand finale of the horse show will take place, when the four champions of America in their particular sex classes meet to compete for ffcVBM In prize money and the title of grand champion of America. The money in the grand championship event will lie divided the same as In the sex classes, and, in addition, the winner will receive a sterling silver trophy known and iuscribed as the "Oraud Championship of America for five gaited saddle stallion, mare or gelding of any age." Judges Carefully Picked. Kntries for these stakes will close Aug. 1. and all nominations should be sent in Immediately to Fount T. secretary of the Kentucky State Fair, Kcpuhlic building, Louisville. Three Judges w ill be selected to preside in these rings, the officials to be named by the State Hoard of Agriculture of Kentucky t tie State Hoard of Agriculture Of Missouri and t lie State Hoard of Agriculture of California. This guarantees Judges of the highest integrity, ability and nation wide rep illation among horsemen and olticials eminently well suited to serve in the most spectacular and important horse event the world has ever known. For catalogue or information address Fount T. Kleiner. Secretary Kentucky Slate Fair. Suit AM ICcpublic PnlMIng, Louisville. Ky. Kre-me- Wllrilt HON. MAT S. COHEN, commission-of agriculture and, by virtue of this office, president of the Kentucky State Fair, has secured a $10,1100 live nailed saddle horse Malta for the 1917 Kentucky Stale Fair to be held In Ui'iisville the week of Sept. 1 10-1- 5. j j Commissioner Cohen, with the unan-- ! lmous Indorsement and satboalastic support of the members of the state board of agriculture, was untiring in bis efforts to secure the interest and of horse owners and breed ers throughout the country, and his plans were crowned with splendid success. From nearly every city of any size in the United States letters have poured in upon the commissioner eulogizing his brilliant achievement and eomuieudlng the vitalizing effect of such a project upon the horse Interests of the country. World Will Look to America. The commissioner has made it known that this very motive Inspired htm In his efforts for this gigantic prize list, as It Is his tlrm belief that at the close of the present disastrous and exhausting war all foreign nations will look to America for foundation stock and new blood and that this nation should prepare for the demand. At present he declares that the breeding operations of this country have ceased to an alarming extent and that Just such inspiration as this hitherto unheard of stake Is necessary to arouse the horsemen and breeders of the United States. Entrance Fee Waived. In addition to the magnitude of the prize money, the fact that any entrance fee Is waived and the horse owner or breeder privileged to enter as many animals as he cares to nominate free of charge and that stable room and bedding are provided by the State Fulr without cost to the owner is certain to attract the attention of the entire horse world and to make the live gaited saddle horse events of the 111 IT Ken tucky Si :te Fair the most sensational saddle bona affair of the age. That b.itlle royal for the $ln.ooo in prizes will open Monday night. Sept. 10, with a grand prize total of ifj.otit) offered (he five gaited saddle stallion of uny age who bears oil the champion hip honors of America in his sex class j There will lie main changes in the Kentucky Tax Laws, which go into fleet September 1st. anil taxpaers phoiihl be deeply Interested. Farmers will he benefited by the lower State tax rate on Lands and Improvements from M to to cents on each $100 valuation and on Live Stock from 55 to in cents for State Mortgages purposes Monils. Stocks and Accounts will be exempt from local taxation: as will also Agricultural implements, anil Products grown within the year are exempt from all ill Hank MOM) deposited taxation will be taxed at onlv 1" cents on the $100, instead of 55 as heretofore. This will result In a lafge saving to taxpavers. who have been listing their property at a fair valuation. will Merchants have only State taxes to pay on their Notes and Accounts at the rate of 40 cents on each $100 and 10 cents on Hank le posits. Other proper! such as Heal Fstate. Merchandise, etc. is subject to State tax rate of only 40 instead of M cents. Maanfacturers are exempted from local taxes on their Machinery. and Product. Notes and Ac counts and will be taxed for State 0 Moffctt When the American lted Cross so- purposes only on such property at 40 letv was reorganised on a military cents on the Jinn and lo cents on On all other propWilliam II Baal Deposits. basis former President Tail was the first man to be named a erly the Slate tax Is only 40 cents major general by I'rcsidcut Wilson. on each $100 and the local taxes as This appointment met with universal fixed In the localities where their favor throughout the United States. business is conducted The president's action was taken un .Mortgages. Notcfi Hinds. Stocks. der authority granted him by Joint res and Accounts are taxable for State olution passed by congress last April. at 40 cents on the When he retired from the presidency purposes onl in Ml.'! Mr. Taft remained steadily in $100 and exempt from local taxation the public eye, although it was more The Stat" tax on Real F.state. or less distasteful to him. He accepted Household floods. Merchandise, Vehithe position of Kent professor of law cles and other property owned by at Yale and devoted much of his time individuals has been reduced from to these duties, lie Interested himself In the war and warmly supported the 55 to 40 cents; a reduction of :!"';. administration in its war plans. The per cent. Additional Revenue to Justify the former president's chief Interest, how-- ' ever, lay In Red Cross work, and his reduction and increase the State revefforts to raise funds to care for enue is to come from llonds. Stocks. wounded American soldiers on the hnt-- j Notes and Accounts; Mineral and llclield were tireless. Timber Uiehts and Royalties' and by president Mr. Taft. twenty-seventundernotoriously of un iza t ion of the United States, was born at Cln- - ei assessments, and as each class c innatl in I sr.". graduated at Yale in valued no matter by whom 1878 and admitted to the Ohio bur in Of property, 1880, lie became circuit judge and ow ne I. will he assessed un taxed was also the first governor general Ofjnlforml the advantage lo taxpayers lie twice de- generally and the state at large will the Philippine Islands, clined appointment as associate Jus-- ' be very great tiie of the United States supreme The State needs more revenue to colli:, but became secretary of v.tir in deficit, and the idea President Roosevelt's cabinet. He was meet the present nominated for president by the Itcpuh-- i is to gel more property to ta rather liean i (invention in Chicago in 1008 and than to impose more taxes on prop defeated William Jennings Hryan. the erty now paying more than its share, lie was renom and undtr the new anil more equitable Democratic nominee inated b the Republicans n ippj. hut laws lhs can be accomplished. Mr by Mr. Wilson. was .defeated The State Tax Commission is go Roosevelt ran on the Progressive ticket in the right way that year, having quarreled with the lng about the work president. Since his retirement to subject every kind of property to former as president Mr. Tuft held no public its fair share of taxation and correct ufflce. the evils heretofore existing whereb.v many property owners paid more than SUSPEND SOLDIERS' DEBTS. their Just due and others escaped entirely. The Commission Is endowed Pennsylvania Law of 1915 Hee Stood with po.ver to enforce the laws and Teet In State Courts. bring the delinquents to a sense of Enlisted men in the national service, their responsibility and obligation to including those selected for the urmy every Taxpayer, As by draft, will be protected in Pennsyl-vaui- the State, and by what virtually amounts to a lessor and Supervisor should aid In Securing for the State the successful moratorium. There is u luw on the statute liooks operation of the new laws, which are if Pennsylvania, passed two years ago. fair and Just to all. whicb exempts men mustered into state Where accurate returns are made r nutional service from uny "civil as of September 1st. the property process." will be immune from past It is of special importance and inter- owners who may be selected for omissions and delinquents may be est to those the army and who have lieen anxious proceeded against for ten years back, lest, due to a decrease in their earning so there is every inducement to compower, they would not le able to meet ply with such just and equable laws, payments on their homes and thus and as the principles Involved are lose them Worked out there will be further re According to authorities on realty in the tax rates, and in time the act of llll.') will prevent a ductions law. mid loan association, for ex the entire exemption of land for State liuilditi" ample, from I'oreclosiic' a mortgage purposes, as in other States where held against it home owner drafted into the lama laws are in practice the urmy for SUch period us he is serv-lag in the army, regardless of whether the payments on the mortgage are HOLSTEINS PCOMINENT AT made us thev become due. KENTUCKY STATE FAIR It will also prevent, the! authorities legal action as ejectment pro say, such family for i aarllnfi against a soldier! Prize Money Doubled For the "Stars nonpayment of rent while the lessor of tho Show." of the property Is In service. l 1 a I Former President Conspicuous In the Public Eye Since He Retired From Office. --- TAX LAWS --- KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Louisville. September Supreme of Amen in 10-15, 1917 Five-Gsiie- Horse Shnw History Kaddl. Champion rf 1 P 1 Vf,VIUU.UU f tff sl Hon. Premiums Ten -- $50,000.00K-- m Arts rvKa orraasa r.lw, I i, skatest MMMAfMN KFAI MIDWAY or ("Bonn attractions MUM Iiri'l. SABT-SHO- lit MIKIH. Ml IND MOVIM. Reduced I Railroad Rstes. ready. t. .. loi 4 MASK KBKMKB. - T Ntalngiira niw li Balldioi. (III. Louisville, Henderson & St, Louis Ry, Co. DAILY TO ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE p. m 8:35 a. m.. 9:48 8:35 a. m.. 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. PULLMAN SLEEPERS L., H. & ST. L. RY. High-Class fi8 STATION c. p . 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Come even if it is necessary lo come without knowing why. You will litnl very food reasons when fOi see the many splendid opportunities we offer. T, G. LEWIS, watchmaker :: Hardinsburg, Ky. mwBrn DR. W. Office Hours; I a. tit. to p. III. lu 12 M. B. TAYLOR. Always in uflii-t- ' tiurlnn i' flirt hourtt' ...PfcRMANIiNT... DENTIST I p. III. Administrator's Notice. to the estate of Mrs. Kinina II. Skilluian, deceased, are requested to promptly see the underAll signed and adjust their obligations. persons having claims against said el tale will file sume properly proven with the undersigned. F. B. White, Administrator, Mrs. Kinina II. Skillinan, Cloverport. Ky. John I'. Haswell, Uty., Hardinsburg, Ky. All persons indebted I Wants $20,000 Damages. , INDIANS AS FIGHTERS. John T. Csnadian Officers Advise Their Use HardinsburK. Ky. (Special With American Forces Hindoo, of Kirk, administrator ot Thee, Canadian otlice.s on leave In Loudon It. Hindoo, deceased, has tiled suit in tl e ). Ohio Circuit Court against the Illinois Central Railroad Company for Ir2o,t)oo damages for the death of his son. ThomPlaintiff alleges that his Ion as It. intestate by one of the defendant's fast trains while guarding the property of the in railroad company near Kockport, Ohio county, uud w is instant y ki led. Young liigdoii was a soldier enlisted in ird Kentucky, Company "K," and this Company was guarding various points on A New Subscriber. the defendant's railroad ill Ohio county. bv the Law Plaintiff, is represented Dear Mr. Babbage: You will find enclosed $1.00, for which send me the Firm, of Haswell & Walls, of llardiic-burIt is Breckenridge News and oblige like a letter fiotu home as Breckinridge ounty was formerly my home. Japan la becoming Interested In shaep Maud Jennings, raising. Logansport, Ind. There .lie few tuiugs reueou can with bo much certainty and esse as its own Insufficiency. Collier. 1. g die-cov- Read The Want Column from the French front have Informully recommended to American olilcials that Aiuericun Indians be employed or eu-- i listed for service with the American expeditionary forces. Manitoba Indians with the ('uniidluns have done excellent work at scouting. "These Indlulis with us," said u captain with the Canadian forces whose parents live In Philadelphia, "have services tbut never could have been ieifonned by u white mail. The Indian of North America has It lu his hones to be a go. ..I lighter and a crafty one. We have Indians in neurly every regiment. Again and again during the past two years I have seen them go out 'at night between the trenches und, without tiring a shot, without making the slightest noise or creating the slightest disturbance, come back leading half u dozen or so Hermans, from Whom much valuable information has obtained." ) Hotatataa will be one of the most lassos In the beef cattle prWlllWtll depart mem of tha MMBttM KwtUCK.V state Fair, to be held lu LoulsvUls the week of BMt, I" The prize list this lin ed of ellirli nt dairy ierfirmin bus been doubled and now rorosonts the mtataatlM s11"1 "f I All of Ibe lasses throughout the cuttle aaparf mtnl have been tarsal) ion lu: reused, lull the llolstelu bids fair to be the "stars of the show.'' A model dairy ill operation Is promised ns hii aijHli to the dulry ciiltle exbi bltlou. and there will be new features of si lonlifle dairy inunuKeinent inurk-Intha cuttle exhibit of the fifteenth annual Stute Fair. For eatatagM or Information address Fount 'I'. Kleiner. Secretary Kentucky Mtta Pair, Suit UM Republic BulhUuB. Lonterllta. Ky. irnington, Ky, ff i SUBSCRIBE ! with her sister, Mrs. Jske Hurdesty Ruth eorn.s to ui highly recommended near Itrandenbuig. She was sccornp and we hope both teacher and patront will tog.th.r lu have a anied home by SteUie llardesty ot r 1 -- Inton. Mrs. John Browu and Master llarv.v Havham spent the w.ek end hers with friendi and rel.it ivis. Jesi Cishman spent from Saturday t II Monday with relatlvaa at RliodclU. Mr. and Mrs C. II. Uaisset gave s play parly last .Saturday night, well good school Klrby Pollock happened to a very painful accident Sunday when his lion, fell down and hurt his ftot veiy badly. Mr and Mrs. Henry Kru.hwald and daughter, Miss l.inuie Fruehwsld ipent RAYMOND NEWS Sunday with Mr. and Mri. 1'arli Bull, of Fryuiire. attended Alex Kb, Hies and family spent Sunnay t Miss Huth Kamsey Sati Mils Kdith Knott relumed bonne Sunday, after ipeading the psit week begin tier school here Monday. Mln day with Mr. and Mrs. Bucly Kelu. JSkwM THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN D 'They are welcomed to pro a little farther and eliminate the making of it so far as we are concerned. Three American Ked Cross Organization cheers for Breckinridge, we are low but surel One of the (ilories of war self sacrifice. Mr. Ilabbage is in Hardinsburg in BARRAGE. Editor and Publisher our county. Three ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT. KY.. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. 1917 joy of learning the lesson of EIGHT PAGES. WWCfipiWH price $1.50 a every Monday. year: 50c for 4 months; 7.5c for 6 months. Ion't let your subscription drag. BatiMN Laoril 10c per line and 9c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks over 9 lines (turned 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. Watch for our new War stories. GAMPS IN FRANCE CLOVERPORT ILLITERACY Irvington Second. LEADS IN CAMPAIGN All 63 v -- T a.a a WARNING! The mat) who apt aks of the President, nowdays, in any othei than complimentary term-- , hud better bewire or he will get 'pinched" Private detectives are out all over the someday rather unexpectedly. country, keeping their eyes and ears open for just such men. How any true American citizen can be guilty of criticizing or saying anything against the President at a time like this, is entirely beyond our conception. When the biggest, best, and brainest men of our country, regardless of their political beliefs, are loyal in their praises of him. and are cooperating and doing all in their power to help him. it does sound mighty tunny and ridiculous to hear some little, narrow minded man come along and offer I few "harsh critiThat man cisms about what the President is doing and has done. deserves to be pinched" and will be. There is no time or room for the critics. The country is culling for men with brains men who can think out ways and means that Wc must win this war and the will lie for the safety of our country. onlv possible wav for us to do it is for every one to be alert, to have a cooperative spirit and by all means be loval to our country and ils great Prc-iden- PLEASE PERSHING Pays Unexpected Visit to the Towns an tmi rutA a rp;t y ' take if. We can look after your aV g a v- - w Not Heard From. Campaign Will Continue this Week. Training Grounds. Judge Henry DeHaven WORK NOW WELL STARTED Moor- business for you just the same as you do yourself. man, who whs appointed Captain of the Thirty Thousand Campaign for Illiterates in Breckinridge county, reports that, so far Commander Questions Cooks Aoout is in the lead in helping to the Food Supply, and All A'e Well raise the &5'25. the sum allotted to Satisfied Many of the MVn Set the this county. General For the First Time Potatoes Monday morning the Clover-por- t Lieutenants reported S4o. I rr i n?l on Lieutenants General PanaJag gave the avtaeneaa collected. expeditionary forre nn example el the reported about if 20 collected. strenuous life bf sweeping thfutfJgh On account of it being Institute nearly a dentfl villages where United week and several business men beClov-crport SOME MEN THINK THEIR BUSINESS CANNOT GET ALONG WITHOUT THEM. AND AS THEY HAVE NO ONE THEY CAN TRUST TO RUN IT PROPERLY, THEY STICK TO THEIR DESK, RUIN THEIR HEALTH AND "DIE IN HARNESS." IF THOSE MEN KNEW HOW WELL AND ABLY THEIR BUSINESS WOULD BE MANAGED IF PLACED IN THE HANDS OF OUR TRUST COMPANY, THEY COULD TAKE THE VACATION THEY NEED AND REGAIN THEIR HEALTH AND STRENGTH. COME TO OUR BANK THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. - HARDINSBURG, KY. Total Assets Over $850,000.00 States soldiers nre Hiring 1" France ami VlsItlRg nearly all training renters We are always grateful to people who take the trouble to either whieh have been established from America's first sreat contribution for telephone or send in any news items to M, It - almost a physical the Wat for democracy. impossibility to be able to get the comings and goings of all the aunts it was not a canary inspection that uncles, grandchildren, the second and fourth cousins or whoever it the general tnmlc. He went into minute may be, so we deeply appreciate it when you tell us-Folks away details all alotiK the line, questioned soldiers, company cooks and from home like to see your names and MM what you are doing. They private rations other ranUs as to how things u- - "the Hrecketiridge - is like a letter from home" Newwrite and tell were going with them and what if anya letter thing could lie done to improve the sitand we want you to help us make it as newsy anil intere-tin- g When writing your item- - sign yonr iimne and write uation. as you can. General Pershing spent the night ut plainly, otherwise it will not be published. We can do lots of thing-bn q'latni little French rtnageaad reachwe don't chain to be mind readers, Our phone Dumber - 4' ed the American army area rally next BMrnlng. His visit was entirely inforThe Slirlnyville News give- - detailed account of the average mal. Bad he found the forces just as of all the farm lan:-i- n K"ntur.y aco r.iing to c imputa- he desired lllfngld in their daily DCS and drill. tions made from lie' report oi the ate Hoard of Equalisation. T;ie At the end of the lirst day's inspecvalue hi land - determined hv the value of ii- - production plus its tion General Pershing said: iur prinaecesdbility t market. Breckinridge county farm land is ass-s.-- .i v.i cipal concern just now of eoiirse is to perfect the ai'iny organisation. This I). ivtt.'M per acre whiie Meade county - 18.88: Hancock, si i is a pig task, hut it Is moving a'.. .' ies-. i'i. '.'": and Hardin, .'. smoothly and In a most satisfactory t. ut rotl-tlas vv ?-- ino hiisilv ononrr.rl nn exemption iioatd. it verv ditficu't for the Lieutenant.' at Hardinsburg to accomplish anything. They did not make anv report nor did any of the remaining precincts in the cMinty. Captain Moorman announced that the Campaign which was to have clostd Suturday night, would continue through this week. The Lieutenants that have reported are allowed to contirue raising their food and those thai did not report will no doubt come up with their part by the end of this week. it!i preTttuina rouuSttotis. tk,i was lr.,.,,1 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods E9HaaaaaaWlTCKS9VIAaWnaajaanrem We Offer You HUIIIMMSU ttlUI 5 . .. e Ti. unaersijrnea, as autniniiraior oi- me i ne estate of Mrs. E. H. Sklllman, decea5ed, will ar. .. m a ft -- J i . m 4-- 4-- . xxxx 9 m SALE At 11 i manner. - Work Weil Started. The feminiac "breeches" caused much excitement at the emiicer. The work at certain ports of rtlssi "1 knew it was I'eishing all the annual garment show in Chicago Inst week. They are to lie worn barkatioo is well started Railroad tine." boasted one old trooper, thi- - fall also th Kir 2 rand mothers would not basque, stetial Is coming over as rapidly his picture in the paper, think this a Tar y oonsisteai combination but it has nothing over on as can lie arranged. The progress we and he hwlcs lust like it." have made thus for with the assistGeneral Pershing gare orders looking the hoop-- . ance of the French Is a source of great "be-ransi Many ti" peri saw General Persblns for the Ihst time in their lives. Ills visit was so mi" "ted at certain points of the far Rung training area the S'ldlers lated at first whether he was Persbhig, several fi::n s they referred the dispute to the c irrespotideuts accompanying the offth-i- t w O 5on I Sat urday, August t'clock n. in. 18th of- I c on the Skillman farm, near Webster, Ky., i I fer at public sale to the highest and best der, the following described property, bid- to-w- it: The Hrecketiridge News will fie like a letter from home to the Breckinridge county boys who arc to become members of Uncle Sam's great army, Sept. ;". Do your bit mid send it to the one who has gone from your home. The mother of the boy who is her side support and who will not let him claim exemptions on her account, is - much of a heroine as those wo. ncn of RuaaU who are being killed in the trenche-- . a- We cannot boast of many commissioned officer- - going from here but we arc ju- as proud of our boy- - because they are conscientious enough to not want to claim any exemptions. -t "Thar - BO virtue like necessity," hence the war will ncces-a- i i ly bring to light a great many virtues of (he American people which thejf never knew they pos-e-se- d. Sauar KntUl is about to have its name changed to Pickled Kraut. Thrift Is Now a National Slogan The American people are They resent the waking up. charge that they are wasteful. Bank deposits all over the country are increasing by leapt and bounds. Are you a depositor 7 If you are not, join the financial preparedness army. Man- age to lay aside a certain amount of cash. We'll be glad to explain our banking system. The Farmers Bank, - Hardinsburg, Ky. to a little smarter setup of the men in satisfaction to me. Hillots anil train- fbe future.. A great majority of the ing ground for men are as well located troops now in Francs are recruits in as could he expected at this time of the the regular army, and many of their year, when space is limited by crops in are learning the art of soldiering for the fields. the first time. "After these are removed we will have plenty of space for lodging and training the divisions that are to come. Let County Agents Training is progressing very well with Know Your Needs. the assistance. of the French." Geaeral Pershtag was untiring in hi inspection of the training area. He inKarmers in the southeastern States quired Into every phase of the men's who have rye of fcuoil quality should daily life, the character and the quanintorm their county agents as to the tity of their food, even to the disposition of garbage slops, which he found variety thev are growing and thjC Uan-- t ty and price of the seed they have. were all going to French farmers, who were delighted to have this matter to This information may also be given to feed theSI plgS, taking advantage of the dittctor of the State experiment every sort of refuse containing fat. station or to R A Oakley, chairman cf At Kentucky General Pershing found the American the committee on strd stocks. I'nittd soldiers and the French villagers living States Hepartmeut of Agriculture, together In the greatest amity. He in- Washington, D. C, Injuries regard quired about the washing for soldiers and found that they nearly all washed ing seeds may aUo be addressed to t lie their own clothes in the village wash station directors or to the t'nited States At 1 p. m. honsss erected along running streams, department of Agriculture. the villagers washing on one hank and News Letter. Dub- offer the soldiers on the other. lie At several company sJteheas the American ConWUUtdeC Interrogated the CONCENTRATION. eookl closely. "I " jron get enough to eat and to The creature by confeed the men V1 he ashed aae veteran centrating his powers on a singlo look wlio has been in the regular army object can accomplish something. for a number of yeurs. The strongest by disposing of his "Yes. ir.' replied the cook, standing may fail to accomat res; ectfnl attention. plish anything. The drop by "Do you get any vegetables';'' asked sentinually (ailing bores through General Pershing, the hardest rock. The hasty tor"No. sir. ' replied the cook. All sums ot $20.00 and muler, cash in hand; rent rushes over it with hideous Potatoes n Plenty. uproar end leaves no trace beover that amount on a credit of three (3) months, "Don't ,m u get any pots tOSS ?" asked hind. Carlyle. General Pershing, with some snrprlse, the purchaser heing required to execute hond with "Oh. yes, sir." was the prompt reply. approved security. ques"And uuloai and tomatoes tioned the general further. HARNED "Yes. sir." "And beau';" UlUI "Yes. sir." 'Then what do yon want''" Presbytery at Kphesus last week "Nothing, sir." was well attended by people from General Psrsaing saltrd and moved Way utlsiied that thut "'articular all parts of this county and Cray-son- . services at Freedom. daughters. Miss Sophia Lucas, company was doing very Wail 1" war Kev. C. L. liruinxton is on the Mr. and Mrs. Merman Galloway, in (lie war z..ue. time ami a Mrs. Heleccu m wan the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Tucker and At another company kitchen the cook said the only complaint he bad to make guest of Mrs. Aldridge a J. M. Huller wus in Louisville Mr. Roy Mines attended Presbywus that the company's share of can few day - this week. tery from the New Salem congrelast Sunday. ued salmon bud not ticcu forthcoming Mits Leah Gray is visiting her regulurly. Mr. and Mr;i. (i. K. Tucker and gation. "What do you get us a subst!t'"e';" sister, Mrs. Leonard Holmes near Mrs. L. M. Woosley preached son, Mrs. K. 11. Tucker, Mr. and asked the general. "Well, of course, sir, we get bacon." Madrid. Mrs. (i. Wi (lalloway, Mrs. Vera the funeral of 'uncle'' Davy Dris-coreplied tbe cook, aoinewbat subdued. Leonard Holmes is now at work I'u lien, and son Metier, Mr. and at Kphesus last Wednesday "Any otber complaint?" tbe com with B. E. Gray in the blacksmith Mrs. Tom Galloway and daugh- afternoon and he was laid to rest mander Inquired. Titers was none, ana again tbe gen shop. ters, Mn. George Galloway, Mr. in the Kphesus cemetery by the eraj pa ued on, completely satisfied Several from here attended the and Mrs. J. D. Aldridge masons. head of Horses; 4 head of Mules; 15 head of Sheep; one lot of Hogs and Pigs; 3 milch Cows and Calves; one lot of Farming Implements; 2 Buggies; one Ford car; all household and kitchen Furniture. 4 Cloverport. on Monday, August 20th Wt-tkl- oV-Ioc- X X following property, viz: the said administrator will also at sale, to the highest and best bidder the over-man- Furniture; one Diamond Necklace. Terms of Sale All household f F R WHITF xxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx iiuilllllioil AHmmicWnn M -- Ha-h- CM. ll and fSh Breckenridge News. AUG. 1.", 1917 WKIINKSDAV, Good morning! Seen the RATE nterert at the Post OITItreHtClnTprijnrt. as second lassmattei Ky Courier? 9 Classified I advertisements! lr Pfr - WE HAVE IT NOW! The Very Suit You Want For Work he celebrated Lee I n ion- - ills are the most comfortable, convenient and best work garment ever 1 HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE Word Each Insertion II Ni'Ti: Advertiser- pltMtl malty tl illtor vtien von wnt id v rt isenn nt fllscoBflnoed GENERAL OFFICES VsV'VffMMMMo' - I WANTED WANTED You to All while the prli'e Is tight. t jr. m rot. i rvi, gion Mi NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIF9 ANNOtNCFMFIHiTS .four i.l.i'Tlll.AN w a N, IATE!) FOR POLITICAL wanth) M taJOltSMfl,, Mi MM II. ('. PA hy. lit I rs at m matte. A $ 2.50 For Precinct and city Offices For County Offices f 6.00 For State and I)itrict Offices f 15.00 .10 For Oils, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line WA NTEI) Youim white woman to help 'I'ok and trash dlsheei no aoabinaar ironim: K, i t guess! Tw'""' Can't start the day Joe raham, Kvansville is here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs Trice QnbMI Mr. (Iraham has aecsp'.ed a splendid position as fireman on the .V I. K R. His run is lietween C. Danville an.l Chicago. Mr. Steve Wilson. Mr. ;i nil Mrs. An,lr(, (olan Wl.lhin.,ton and Mrs. Ronerl Wiison aral children, Lee ami Dorothv Luciie motored to Flahortv last Sunday and were the guesti of Mr. and Mrs Gus Whel and Mrs. Wal i loverpiTt Motel WORK SUIT ALL IN ONE a r WANTED MISCELLEANOUS WANTKIl Yon SO mitke extra money hy rentinir tlmi spun- room or your v.i-inhouse hv running, a Want Ad. in THE HUK CKK.NHIDiiK NKWS No binding suspenders: H convenient iDocket ' full a '' wingiflg side pockets; triple sewed seams. Save Clothing, save I Well, Train Schedule on The No. 143 L, H. & St. L R'y. 1917. 10:11 without that Evansville Courier spent the day with Mr lace Nkillman. Misses Mary Sheeran and Margaret Sheeran, Hardinshurg are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. K King near Irvington. G K. French, Mystic went to Bewltf- ville Saturday to he the guest nf his relatives George and John ( omi I POM SALE Ihlki'i, Ky. the oandaaae yOB MALE hih cost of Ihring and Union-all- s O liar, good sound work llorsiPrice oBY Cllai Boa Tin, laundering, save time, reduce jet a suit today. Then KOI SAI.K Hull hlooded lersey Cow, tears old i fre-- h It Dajeeamr, Price 0100. I. lihoiles, (Hi ii lli iin Ky. The for Children Effective June 17, Arriving Irvington Arrlvinir Is'ulsvlllr No. 144 will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvlnirton Arriving Louisville No. 14 will leave Clover ort Arriving Irvlncton Arriving t otilsvllle No. 141 EAST too tin will leave OIVVNMJft llH A. A. Hill f. 4:"iii V. lief r, 7:4n. .":" A M. M. M. M. Q. M. M. A. M. Jm A. M. 7:25 I Palranod Mules, ifoata oM. Fin imddle marej ; heiii plea steers: Oow and Hub. .1. I' Clurksou Irvlnirton. Ky. HlU sAI.K Obtap, if tiikeli al onee. two Incubators, both In tone! rnopeiUne 2."ifl etc and one I.'iUeirir. Ilt rheit Hail. Htirdltishurfr. KOB MALI Ky. make wonderful play suits. They are made "Just Like Dad's", a complete suit that fits well, looks well anil pays its cost many, many times in savin"; Mocking, laundry hills and clothing. s,, Ray-moi.- No. Arriving llawcsvllle Arrlvlngliwi nstHiro No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arrlvlngowenshoro Arriving Henderson Arriving Kvansville Arriving St. Louis So. 147 will leave Cloverport Arriving ( wensboro Arriving Henderson 14H WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arrlvlnu Owcnshoro Arriving Henderson Arrtvtnit Eviinsvllle Arriving St. Louis will leave Cloverport 10 S7 12 li:n :i I. P. A. M. M. M. :33 I'. M. 7.40 1'. M. 7:45 P. M. P. B. ;t:00 P. Of, II 55 P. M. 1:00 A.M. .. Miss Nell Smith, Irvington went to loutsville Monday to spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. James Younger. Kred Cows FOR KliINT ol( BALK OK THAI) I Three alee roans; Mures. Will Hell on time or tr ide fordilry I hurir. Ky. KOH B, nf Rood sheep, J. II. Iliythe. Ilurulus J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. RAM A let ..r inhfttcro Mlcka. Hi:. InlVCLY, 0tcpbviMpor. Ky. S- 2:17 A.M. 7:40 A.M. 1:50A.M. 7:4tlA.M. 1):00 A. M. Local Briefs (lathered for our Busy Readers. Church and Society Notes. was here Len Gregory. Paducah Sunday. Mrs. Harry HaBltlM was in Louis ville Monday. Conrad Simmons, Tohinsport was in Saturday. Louisv Sheer in. HardlMborg went to Fat Big Spring Saturday. Miss Rub) Hawkins, Louisville is visiting relatives here. Miss Haiti I Black. Addison is the guest of Mrs. WM Hail. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. IK.Iaruette. HardinsourK wore hero Monday. Krtd ferry Louisville spent Sunday witn Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keiry. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Moorman, Ver- sailles were here for the week end. Miss Mary Gibson, Prospect, Ky., is here the guest of relatives and friends. Kvansville Miss Aiine McGinnis, spent Mouday with Mrs. Wm. Hollious May Brown and Clestia Misses Brown are visiting in Cannelton and Hawesville. Wallace Pierce, Louisville spent Sunday with nis parents, Mr. and Mrs. R U. I'ierce. Miss Eva May, Cauueltou spent pait of last week with the Misses Kva May and Eliza May. Miss Sue Rhodes, McHaniels who has ill for several weeks is improving s:o wly. Miss Hortense VVeudelkin is in Hiwesville this week the guest of Mrs. (J. S. limner. bjeu seriously Virginia Williams is in the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Head and Mis. Head. Misses Theodisa, Ruth. Juauita and Donaid Matheny are in Lewisport visiting their grandparents. Mis. Kooert Wilson and children, Dayton, ohio are here the guests of Mr. and Mis. Steve Wilson. Mis. Claude Lain and sister Miss Nellie Haiiey spent the wetk end with frieuds at Long Lick Those who are on the sick list are Misses Gertrude Lovd. Stella Staiki, Kev. A. N. Coach and (.'has. Hail. Mr. and Mrs. Ld Skilluian motored here f i on: Stanley 08 Saturday and Mra. Evans-vill- e WRITE US TODAY FOR PRICES ON Pianos and Player Pianos pianos. Twenty good second-han- d Special baruams while they last. Bargain for uick Sale May who is working on the lan. .'i.psiss. ML't r'HUtoTMoliitr Mf rtllfJ MissLu'a Severs anil nephew. Mr. Cantonment in Louisville was here for den Track IH tun.vu. Oalton J. C. Nolle, a few days last week to see his family Hugh Kjrrett Severs were in I'nior. Uon't wrltt. Star last week the guests of Mrs R. w Mr, and Mrs. Shelby Pate. Mr. and H Mhellman. Mr. Severs went from F(r Sult'-- Plf Com utinir cftJva ittod co. rrm rmiit. Air Taylor Cusitr. K'y Mrs. Joe Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. C. thereto t)wensboro to visit his grandKskridge motored to Fordsi ille Sun lay. parents. Mr. antl Mrs. Win. Itarrett COB BALB- - fMur.rm farm; IM acrea Uvel; .vt ncrcs in tf(MM) tlroberi balancfl rood C. C l'osjers, Charlie Maysey and before returning home. hlllaktf In nl well w;it end rooOB dWelflpgj iobttccottnd stock harnai loa tobacco iui Sam Sturgeon attended the old sold Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferry have for wluHt Iniid; sli Uiitt-f- mi inn It) ilni'of HcndiT-OBOO to. foff price ;nt fitr'hiT Infonm- iers memorial at Cannelton last Fri- their house g. tests, Mrs. Fioyd Miller iton writ Taa Btockonvtdi a nowa( Olovof day. trt. Ky. and daughter. Miss Louise Miller. Mrs Frank Hlain and daughter, Miss Henderson. Mr. J. H. Lav and mother Margaret Illain. Stephensport, k'y Mrs. Olivia Liy, New Albany. In!, motored here to see Mrs. Graham and Mrs. F.l'z lbeth Tauimaud. Strph Jolly. Notary Public ensport motored here MomUv to spsnd Mrs. Dixon Kitchen will arrive Wed-- the day with Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Cnlls'cls 'oles and 4CC tl, llras Deeds sdny for a two wteks visit alkh er Naftgtgll ant! Oilier C IfKti daughter, Mrs. Hugh N. Waod and Mr. HILL ITEMS C'Sovcrport, htiiincKy Wood. Mrs. Walker Hoard and daughter, l llurdett, of Louisville, visit- Mrs Miss Lee Hoard, L;uiisville w re gucstl el her parents, lr. Bod Mro. Wm D.e.vof Mr. and Mrs. W N. Head. LoUiburg sou, last wet k last. wee'i. Co sMaaaassaal Miss Daaslo O'Brioa has bean the' Mrs. J. B Raadalli Loolilll hat gtiaal ol her sister. Mrs laailora 1'opliaiii. i Ope its 12ti' Scholastic year Oct. 1. Board, I qdgiitf i.iul Tuition 1911 jjintd a party of Lcuisvilla tre'.Deto Mrs Vaad Pate, after spending NVOf next ear only $100.00. and has gone to Dawson Springs for a ill days in the counti v with rtdulives, Primary Dcpar'.nicnl few weeks stay. visited her datiKbt'. r, Mis Tabcrling, ba Christian Worker: Department Mrs. Hea'l Hlankenbakei' .it.it daugh- fore returning to her home in I.ouisville. Common School Department ter Miss Margaret Blankanoaket, Jef- High School Department Jeff Combs, who moved from here a Theological Department Ky., are here faraoatOWD) iitiOg short time ago, returned and is occupyCollego Department Mrs. A. A. Simons. ing the Armstrong property on the hit). Music Department Mrs. Frank Carter and two sons Particulars address Chart it Morton, who has Keen living were lha week end guests cf Mrs. Flovd Rev. W. B. Dunkum, M. A.. B. D, for two or more years at .'Mrs. Will Mor Robertson. Guston and Mrs P. T President ton's, lias moved to the Washington K'obertson, Irvington KINOAWOOOi KY. property. Mr and Mrs Felix Carden aud sisMiss Julia Fella's many friends regret ter, Mrs. Rufus Parks and Sam Carden. At her to hear of her serious condition. Corsi-- a and England. Webster spent the week end visiting own request she lias been moved from It is an iiiiniis. forsottan (Ml tlint relatives in Fordsville. Waverlv Hi'l 10 tin.- lionic of lier parents for I period ol u Httli more than two Mrs Fletcher Pauley has gone to and from the last report critically ill. years the .".'iipohonli' wars Cor Ky., to visit her brothers. Olaton, a Britlah uossesdon. After Emma Black t the little daughter of sica was or Tookm the Brttuk Messrs Lynch before they go into and Mrs. ' Allen Mack, is visiting the araomiUaoi Mr. to take training for the National army ItltttlliaOlll felt It her aunt, Mrs. John Nev.liauer. ill Louis- the island, mid Lord Howe With NelDr. Herresheimand Mi Martin Rath ville. son ns btimdlar or as sent to drive on Louisville are the guests cf Kev. J. K1 Combs, son of JefT COQsbt, is somethe freiii li. With (he captOre Of t'alvi. Axtel. They came in their odendahl what helter from a severe attack of asth- July II Kid when NefauM aist els car Siturday to spend the week eye. the lslniid fell into Ittltlsh Hands. ma. Mr. and Mrs. Golar. Wcthingtou have and fleonpa IH, i'otinaiiv aoeanted Uw Louis-villAdele Ketl leaves tomorrow for crown of Coratca. anpolntliisj Mr Qeoraje returned to their home in Tell City where she will visit her aunt, Mrs. RUlotl ao Britlah viceroy and aHowhaf after spending several weeks with her Courtney Babbasja. the t'orsicans to retain that? leajlalatlTe parents Mr. and Mrs Steve Wilson Charlie Simmons, of near town, spent ooaembiy, in I TIM the activity ot the Mr and Mrs E. L lUsham and last week at Dam Ij with his dau"hter, Krooch navy in other iarts of the granddaughter, Cob i Alliens Basham, Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Simmons, who have htedlterraneati resulted in a sudden Harned were visiting Mr. and Sirs recently moved from Dayton, Ohio. decision ol' the Britlah coveinineiit to C int Willis at Glan Dean last week. withdraw from the Island The oracn-atlo- a C harles llaioid. infant sou of Mr and was pompleted on Oet. of thai Mrs. J. H. Howl.md left Monday for Mrs. Tom Downs, is very much better year, ami Corsica reverted to Vranee, Chicago to accompany Miss Dorothy after baiMJ quite sick Rowland of Paducah They will spend Ho W?s Game. two weeks at the Chicago Heach Hotel Thejr had Been married three months C M. Mr. and Mrs Heardsiey. and wfie havbui their tits! quarrel. Which shows that they Were a lennirl; Brooklyn, N Y. ara s ending their Mr. and Mrs. Will hl.tlltnaa of Fry. aide COOple, vacation in Atlanta City. They will 't "Evidently," she said Icily, "yui go from there to BoatM for a shot I mire were Am 110110 Ctl their biothet, thai on tune married me. Ttso Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt l'.ine, HoDdaVi visit tap Is not irrevoi-ahleIf however Poole, Miss Annie Miss Sheila Mrs. May Shelln ati visittd htr aunt, .'on cero' to he releaaed from yooi O'Reilly and Miss Marv Sheeran, Mrs. Kate rrniOgtOB at Steplieusport. boudV Hardinsburg were here last week the "Naw." he latemptad hnpatlantly, Mrs. Hattie Armstrong who came in guests of Misses Dolly and Gussia from Kli III., two weel.s .i;o, is the "I n: no nfaaety day racrull eollatod Burke. guest ot her father a id mother Mr. and for lie term ol the Wars" She COUldu'l thloh of imy retort, so Mr. and Mrs David H. Phelps and Mn . Tude Wold ma a. she maintaiuetl a siornltd ojUai 0 children, Kathnns, Willam and Nancy L). BhellaaU was called to Han! A. ClOToland Plain Dealer. s, Phelps are visiting Mrs Phelps instan Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Crenshaw, VersailHrctary and Legend. Miss Maiy D. Askins from Clover-por- t, les, Ky. Not far lto'u tha town oi harlot'e is the vilest ot her aunt, Mrs, N. WHWt. In what was OsV 0 the I'aie.li Write Fordsville Planning Mill Com T. Itaihai. tin- - week. Waal ndies. are two old toweri cam pany lor prices of their Composition Mi and Mis Juluis Sipple aud ehild-reMMtiy known as Ult'elieaiil's ui.stle They can make Rubber Hoofing. of Irrtlglaa. visited their parents, OftBd has prompt shipment and will please you Mr. and Mrs Vdd McCoy the past tew and Itlat kheard's eaotla, it that hate theeo dariost oM beaea with prices and quality. day s aaatl had their heauqiiar'e.-- am! play Mra V. G. Babbage went to Hardni their romantic roles as "the hornets insburg Friday to spend a few daya A Surgeon's Opinion of Alcohol. of tbe Spaiilsl, main," Oat hi: lory dls MstM lOsWHs, for it iris that the; were with Miss Tula Daniels, from there she teally built hf He Danish no. rnnient will go to Irvington to visit relatives "Alcohol must bo classed with as a measure of det'eioe In ltiSli. before returning hum. ni B Why Don't You Buy Your Boy or Girl IA ffi V. G. BABBAGE SHETLAND PONY?! grns gTht'v will live ttnd kMp tut M ulonc Mtd you tun alwavi ciish them in fof mort than tin' pat chase price, We have cut our price in hull and ill sell von i I m Pure Bred Shetland Ponies, guarantead sound in Every respect for Eitiior Spoiled or Solid Color. 1 j Kinjswood College 4 H . ' . When Money Counts! You may not appreciate the real value of money until the immediate need for it i.s upon you. Start an account in this Strong Bank now and be prepared for the emergency when it comes. - dm-im- . FIRST STATE BANK : C Irvington, Ky. PAYNB, Cashier D, I.VDDAN, Ass't. Cashier taojoewssosi V. J. PIGGOTT, 1'rcsident j M. HBRNDON, Vice Praaideal e, Clean Rags Wanted At the News Office SAMPLE SOMEONE SAID "You're going to have a photo- . pn-eut- graph made before you y;o to the army aren't your" and you promised. You and your family will be proud of that picture in years to come. u Make the appointment today s Brabandt's Studio Cloverport, Ky. Piggott, Irvington was reelected president of the Louisville Conference Kncampuieat for young people which meets annually at K.ivau Miss ICIUa augh Camp, Crastwood, Ky. Mr. Hugh U. Donaldson, Howling Qreon was here Saturday gueet of Mr and Mra. John C. Jarboo. Mrs. Donaldson Isexpectad this week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mra. Jarboo. San.uels-Bit.- el "Tke Store Music Go. Mai's Owenebere MssleaJ" utl and chloial,'' 8crew P opjllers. Dti Howard Kellv, of Johns Experiments made Hopkins Hospital. "Knjlish and prupellcia for idilpx, with .wo nerew one hehiml tuo Guriuan physiologists have other, show that hut little Increased ruled t)eyonil a question that Sliced is ohtuined liy the arruuifemeut, the continued use. ot alcohol in any ami rotatiiii; the two acrev.ii In oppoquantity iH not only useless but site directions, either at the .sum or different speeds, has little effect ou positively harmful. BaurpoliMi cocuino s.iys. dem-ons- i R. B. McGlothlan Dr. R. I. Stephenson Second Hand Goods Bottiacu Solicited IKV DENTIST Ottict in Mssoaic ButlOme tersMr I0S W. Third St. OWiNIIOM, KV. Now is the time to Subscribe tbe results. It la, however, claimed that tbe double acrew irlveo better eon trol of tbe t easel. 9mm LMM g Hn. esceotoO INOTON, KV. o, n "OVER THERE" The Thrill and the Hell of the Trenches, Described by an American Boy. Sergeant Alexander McClintock of Lexington, Ky., and the Canadian Army Has Gripping Tale That Every American Will Kead, For He Telli the Facta Unadorned. Wounded, a Distinguished Conduct Medal Man, He Was Invalided Home, but Is Going "Out There" Again to Fight For Uncle Sam and His Allies. An Inspiring, Interesting, Personal Narrative, Full of the Spirit and Atmosphere of the Trenches. thev told me that icio Bad twenty-twperhaps taera were u few more in Mi hut the;, t). ggM they'd letter let them Bt wont. ds hml be nnip septic, nml It v s Bgcaaagfy IB giv e nil attention to Irataaga and cure, it was abaajl this line il, at evcrythiiig for awhile seemed to lie. nine az.v and my memories gat al aajearly mixed up ami tea fa aad. I re olloi t I con oived I violent ills MB lor a black gag that appeared from now here now and then and began nt mv log. and I believe I ga.e the BgfM a severe talking to be BUM she Insisted oi going to look on at the bull game w hen she glgeJM to bo sitting by to chase hat dog away, And i whs perfectly certalg gbaajt her I saw I elng at the bull game, because was plnytng third her I beta when l ng I I 111 so. ERGEANT McCLINTOCK. No. 6. Decorated For Uncle Bravery; Home and Sam. By Sergeant Alexander McClintock, D. C. M., 87th Overseas Batt.. Canadian (iren. Guards. Copyright, if MM; by the dicate, Inc. Ml Syn- 3 hitting ttrtit If of the taint nf sir I'll Siiiinint Met'lintm I;, an Aim i a n,i hull nf l.i ri,igtnn. h'll., Klin lulu min KfNff fa Iiiiiiii, mis drrmtilnl fur hilling nml ill rulhlril hnmr. Ih luii In i a BroBttres t in WW in mil. Thr fir.t in nt tulil nf Ma fiijhliiuj in null DM thr Snnnm. irluir lie BMl 'I' It is final in- 4tMpcr9tvt$ ir i ni ml i il. tiuUmcni eYreWeei hie Barney le the rear villi tin ntiitirn fiint x nf ebrBBBel in MM In nml hit nutting villi the king in a l.nminn hnspitnl. Ttiit CWM mm-mlssiHit-giui- n tu taken from Pwrtwaa to Albert r, us t tie Ford ambulance Tommies WOOW say, a "till Unks" The man who drove this vehicle would make a good chauffeur fur an adding A MWMlMi rent I.v ha was counting the bumps in tiir road, fur be dkln'l miss one of them. However, tin- trip was only a matter nf seven miles, aii.l I was in fair eouditioti when they lifted mo out ami carried me to an Bperatlng tnlile in Ihe tielil dressing station. A chaplain eaiiie along BBd murmur od a little prayer in my ear. I Imagine that would lime bumIo mm feel very solemn if ha bad thought there was a chum e he was about to pass out. lint I knew merely bad u lag pretty badly BBBBebed up. ami while tin' chaplain was praying I was wondering ir they would have to eul it off. I Bgarad, if so. this would handicap my dancing. The Drat forma lily in a shrapnel enso Is the mliniiiis; rat ion of an ami tetanus ilinoi unit ion, ami when it Is done yon realize that they ure sure trying to save your life. The doctor uses u horse syringe, and the injection leaves a lump on your chest us big us u baseball, which stays with you for forty-eigh- t hours. After the Injection a nurse fills out a diagnosis Muni, with a description of your wounds and a record of your name, aire, regiment, regimental numlier, religion, parentage and previous history as fur lis she cun discover it without asking (luestions Which would M poalllTalj indelicate After ull of thut my wounds were given their tlrst rcul dressing. Immediately after this wns done i was humlleil Into unother Hinhulunce and driven to Contuy, wliere the C. C. 8. (casualty clearing stutlonl and rail head were located. In the amliulauce with Mi were three other soldiers, an artillery officer uml two privates of In fantry. We were ull tickeled off us shrapnel cases and prohalile recoveries, which latter detail is reinarkalile. since the must slightly injured of the four hud twelve wounds, und there wen1 sixty odd shell fragments or shrapnel balls collectively Imbedded in us. The had about haree had totd me thai twenty wounds Afterward her count proved More accurate oiiservaliv e and later returns abowod twenty-twliull' i . and aboil frugments were In my lag Thev tooh these out uml presented them to me. I lime been giv in;- - Ikon away for souvenirs. We v. en- fairly comfortable In the aic'iulam e. and I c.peiinll.v had great relief from ba fa- t hat the BUTBB hml at rti pped my leg In u sling attached to vTa naokad the top of the vehicle clgureites and chatted cheerfully, exchanging congratulations on having got "clean ono.i" that Is. wounds not ollh or pml.iihly fatal, The artfHaf told BM he had I. ecu supporting our Battalion that morning with one oi the "saciillee Inn lories " a sacrttVe battery, i nabthl exptala. is one eoiapoaad of Bald plecee w hich are cmpluccd batWOM the front and support lines uml w hidi in case of an attach u comb t era t tack an tired mt They eaH them iHiint blank range. saoriihe butteries liecuusc BMM of them are wiped out every day. This ollicer said our battalion that inorulic; bad urea ajspurteal by an entire dlvl Mi of II Hilar) and that mi our front n s the eighteen pounders of 4HI' alone, in u curtain lire which lasted thirty two minutes, had ills' hinged I ."..I Km rounds "I high explosive shells. I was Impressed liy his statement, of eoiirse. hut I told BMl that, while this was an astonishing lot of ummunitlon. it wus even more surprising to huve noticed at close range, us I did. the numlier of Columns they missed. Toward the end of our trip to Contuy wo were much exbuusted und pretty badly Iwas 1:1 - I o - - I .1 the inattentive nurse my temperature hud ascended to the stnge when the doctors began to admit another method of treatment Blghl have been successGermans Eo.r.b Kcrpi'al Train. didn't pass out. The one ful. Hut thing I most regret about my ctoag all Righl here ! would like to tell n UIs that my parents in Lexington were tile Story iiliout a hospital train leaving I'ontay for Itoncu not the one we in unrelieved uapenae about mv con w ere on. but 0BB vvhich had N?fi a few ditlou BBtil I myself sent thorn a cable After the days he ore The train, when it was from London on Hoc. 1". Just ready to da pari with a frill quota tlrst official message, seemingly preof wounded men. was attgefcad by pared almost as a preface to ihe of my demise, my father Herman aaroptgaca f r 'in which boasba were dropped upon It. There is noth- received no news of me whatever ing apparently that makes the Her- And. as I didn't know that the efQclal Bjeaaaga had gone, i cabled Bathing to him until I was fooling fairly chipper again. You egR'l have wars, though, without these little misunderstandings. If it were possible I should say something hero which would ho lining and adequate about the KBgUabwoeaeB who nursed the J.oiK) wounded men In general hospital No. at MMgS, but that power isn't given me. All I can do Is to fall back upon our most profound American expression of respect and say that my hat is off to them. One nurse In the ward in which I lay had boon on her feet for lil'ty-sihours, with hardly time even to out. She dually fainted from eibauetioa, was curried out of the ward ami was buck again in tour limns, nssist'ng at an operation. And the doctors were doing their bit. too. iii living up to ihe obligations Which they considered to be theirs. An operating room wns in every Ward, with the tables in ea h. Two of the Sisters Were the After the fight cn the loasasa, in which Coolest Individuals Present. was WOUlldcd, le t a table was vamans so tearless and ferocious as the cant any hour in the twenty four for Ited cross emblem, im the top of each days at a time. Outside of each room of the cars in ihi-- train there was a was u long line of stretchers containHad i loss hi enough to he seen from ing patients next awaiting surgical atmiles in Hie air. 'the Gal BIBB aviators tention. And in all that stress I did accepted them merely us excellent tar not hear one word of complaint from yets. Their houihs quickly knocked the surgeons who stood hour after three or tour cars from the rails und hour, using their skill and training for killed several of the helplessly woundthe Belly Pay of BaglMh army medical ed men. The rest of the putlents, weuk otlicers. und nervous from recent shock und in OB Iec. fi I wus told I was well Jury, some of them hull' delirious and enough to be sent to Kngland, and on nearly all of them absolutely helpless tlio next day I went on u hospital train and in pain, were thrown into near from Itoueu to Havre. wns Here pagje, placed M a hospital ship which every Two of the nursing sisters in churge medical officer in our army ought to of the train were the coolest individhave u chance to inspect. Nothing inuals present. They walked culmly up genuity could contrive for convenience und dowu its length, urging the puand comfort was missing. Patients tlents to remain quiet, directing the were sent decks In elevators mule atleiiihuils how to remove the and then placed in swinging cradles wounded men safely from the wrecked which hung level no manor what the curs und paying no attention whatever 'hip's motion might be. As soon as to the bombs which were still explodI had been made comfortable In my ing near the train. I did not have the particular cradle I was given a box privilege of witnessing this scene myself, hut I know thut I huve uccurate-ldescribed it, for the derails were told hi nn ollii iul report when Ihe king dec orated the two sisters with the Itoy-a- l Ited t'ross for valor In the face of Ihe enemy. The trip from I'outuy to Roggg was a nightmare twenty-sihours traveling ICO miles mi a train Which was forever slopping and Starting, and uncertain progress Meaning to us just boom and boon of suffering. I do not Know whether ihis pari of the tor tiie removal of aroaadad ims beau Improved now Then, its incaav rauieucea and lasiicrfoctkNis mu-- t have been Inevitable, fur in every way al'ter-aratthe moal thoughtful ami lagjlar are was sboWB -. In the long rows of hills which I'oiiii.o-the IMiisli gen oral hospital at ItoUell vvo fo mil ourselves bi Br but aat Btad Bke BarBdJaa, 111 Ihe hut Wild h BMtltUted Ihe ggg. a arard for lag wugagM i wns lifted Hi m the atratebat which I hml truv- el 'd ull the w a y from I'oizcrs into a People Siand In Crowds, the Men With confortable bed with fresh, clang Hats Off, While Ambulances Pats. sheets and Instantly I round myself surrounded with quiet. traBMd. etti- which hud engraved upon it: "I'lcsi'iit-rWilli the compliments of the I n ion ieiit are I forgot the pain gf mv t'ustle line. Muy you huve a speedv WOUUda uml the dtagil of the coming Dperattsn whea a tray of deltoioaa food and good recovery." The box CQUtBlB-o- d cigarettes, tobacco and a pipe was placed beside my hod i.nd n nurse When Hie ship docked at Souiliamp f ti prepared me for ihe rajoyajaal by hatbhll say line ami hands with ton, after a run of eight Hours ucross channel, each patient wus uskcil what seaaMd araMr, on the following Bsoralag my log part of the Hritish isles he would like-tIn- - taken to for the period of his was X rayed mi l photographs d I told nov ates once. I requested to lie takIboUgbl Ihe Inisiness of HM surgeon perilling eoultl very we, lie put off en to Loudon, whore. I thought, there ! my seeing until I had had about throe more was the beat banco siji'ure meals, hut lie couldn't see It Americans who might know me. Say. I sure inude u good guess! In the afteTBOOB I got my didn't hat way nisick an lag dose of stbar aad they know many Americans, but i didn't met to know I hen, They found sag leak the liist lot of In n out of me. SUppoaa these were just the surface and made themselves acquainted. They llefMielra, lor they only got live or six broil" in tilings, ami then they went pieces. However, they continued sys- SM to get more hoy had forgotten (o tematically I hml live mere operu bring the first trip. The second day. lions, und every lime I came out of after I hud been Installed on u cot In Ihe ether the row of bullets and shell the King (leorge hospital, lu London. sent JM0 cigarettes back to the boya scraps ut the foot of my bod was u After the number had uf our battuliuii in France out of my little longer 1 - were bagteBtag Ban to realize we were hv BO means out of our wounds had the Woods SUfUicallr. merely bMB dressed. BacD of us fin ed an extensive and serious operation. W e arriv ed nt Contajr shout Bad pretty badly depressed. lor twenty-fouhours In the onlay casualty clearing station they did little except feed us uml tafeg our temperatures hourly Then wu were put into a BOBpltal truin tor Roaaa. up. VTe r ( ibabea The Alarming Cablegram. It vvus nt this lime Ion Nov. 2H. MM ten days alter I liud been woiindedi Hint my father in Lexington received the following cablegram from the offl-cor in charge of the ''Hnudian records In Kiiglund: Sincerely roKret to Inform yrni that Per- is oglctally s"' ant Aleaaaoar MeCIIatock raBBflad ilunperouBty III In No. 6 general hcFritul from nunshnt vvmind In lift thigh. Further BBrtMalara aappHad Whea re1 ceived. Hint during the time of my adventures With the black dag and It appears V1 orpins stork. If I had undertaken to ant, tired little man with a great btir-- I cut ami drink nml smoke all the things den to bear and not much nf an Idea Hint wore brought to BM by Americans alxuit 'how to bear It. lie strm k me I was an American I'd as nn Indiv idual who would console!! Just be be back In that hospital now only get- flonsly do Ids best in any sltu itlon, but ting fairly started on the Job. It's would never do or say anything with some country w hen you need it. the slightest suspicion of a punch to It A few days after his visit to the hosGet Great Welcome. Wounded pital I saw in the OaMgl Ixndon GaThe wounded soldier getting back to zette Hint I bud been nwnrdod the (lis Bug la Bd dOCOU'l have a Inline to im- tlngiiishoil conduct medal, tltliclnl let. agine that his services uro not ters from the t'niiadlnn bendqunrters The well me he ro elv es be- iimplllled this Information, nml n noAll trufstation. gins at the railroad tice from the British war office Informfle Is stopped by the bobbles to give ed me that the medal nwuitcd me there. the ambulances a clear way MBVMJ I was told the king knew that the The people stand In modal hail been awarded to me when the station. crowds. Hie men with their hats off. he spoke to me in the hospital. Dewhile the ambulances pass. Women spite glowing reports In the Kentucky rush out nml throw flowers to the press he didn't pin it on me. Probably Wounded men. Sometimes there Is ho didn't have It with him, or perhaps cheer, but usually only silence and lie didn't consider It good form to hang w .nls of sympathy. a I. '. M. on a suit of striped presentaThe King liearge hospital wns built tion pa i. nuns with a prevailing tone of to be n government priming office nml baby blue. was Hearing completion when the war l While I was in the King CJeorge broke lit It has been made a pnni I witnessed one of the most wondlse for convalescent men. The bnre derful examples of courage and pluck ness and the sh k suggostlo:: ami charI have ever seen. A young Soot only acteristic smell, so to speak, of the nineteen years old, MeAtlley by name, hnd had the greater part of his fnco blown away. The surgeons bad patched him up in some fashion, but he was horribly disfigured. He was the brightest, merriest man in the ward, always Joking and never depressed. His own terrible misfortune was merely the topic for humorous comment with him. He seemed to get positive amusement out of the fact that the surgeons were always sending for him to do something more with Ids face. One day he was going into the operating room and a fellow patient asked him what the new opera I'm H was to lie. "Oh," lie said, "I'm going to have a cabbage put on in place of a head. It'll grow better than the one 1 have now." Once in n fortnight he would manage to get leave to absent himself from Ihe hospitul for an hour or two. He never came back alone. It took a couple of men to bring him in. On the next morning he would say: "Well, It was my birthday. A man must have a few drinks on his birthnppre-ciaiedN hos-pitui L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky hire, Lijjhtnins: Tor- - I nadoand Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies J ST V Henri Trent SCSB I W. Trent iPjLMM I II naramsDurg Livery Feed and a I ! Livery. Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. i SALE IPfMMataJgt COMMISSIONER'S Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky Rebecca Mattingly, Plaintiff Against Kdward lietterff, etal., Defendant By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Ilreckinridge Circuit Court, rendered at May term thereof, I917, in the above cause, for the sale of the herein after described real estate, and all day." ,"i "I thank you," my people for your services." ha said, "for myself and average hospital are unknown hero. There are soft lights ami comfortable beds and pretty women going about as visitors. The stnge beauties and COflAediaBa come to entertain lis. The f i is delicious, and the chief thought of every one fccins to he to show the Inmatea what n cumfortabta and cheery thing "it is to be ill anion- - n lot of real friends, i wus there from December until February, ami my MeeOeetMM of the stav are so pleasant that sometimes I wish i was back, nn the Friday before Cbriattuas there was u concert in our ward. Among the artists who euteTiatneJ us were Kay Compton, Gertrude lilliott Mater of II axlne Elliott), George BohM and other stars of the I.oudoa stage After our protracted stay hi the trenches and our long absence from ull Ihe civilized forms of amusement the affair soemol to us the most wonderful show ever given. And in some ways It was. Tor instance, in the most entertaining of dramatic exhibitions did you ever see the lady artists go around and reward enthusiastic applause with kisses': Well, that's what we got. And I um proud to say that it was Miss Compton who conferred this honor upon me. At about 3 o'clock on that afternoon, when we were all having a good time, one of the orderlies threw open the door of the ward and announced in a loud voice that Ills majesty the king was coming in. We could not have been more surprised if some one bad thrown in a Mills bomb. Almost immediately the king walked In, accompanied by a number of aids. They were all in service uniforms, the king having little in the style of his uniform to distinguish him from the others. He walked around, presenting each patient with a .cony of "Queen Mary's (lift Rook," an artistic little volume, with pictures ami short stories by the most fanious of Knglish artists and writers. When he neiired my bed he turned to one of the nurses und inquired: "Is Ma the one';" The nurse ho, hie;!. He came und sat at the side of the bod and shook hands wit li me. lie asked as to what part of the Catted States I had COgM from, how I had got my wounds and what the nature of them were, how I wis getting along and what I particularly wished done for me. I answered his questions and said that everything I could possibly wish for had already boon done for me flu.-sin- I ; 1 I was discharged from the hospital in the middle of February and sent to a comfortable place at Hastings, Sussex, where lived until my furlough I bad a fine papers came through. time in Loudon at the theaters and clubs pending my departure for home. When my furlough had arrived I went to Iiuxton, Derbyshire, where the Canadian discharge depot was located, and was provided with transportation to Montreal. I came back to America on the Canadian Pacific Besjral Mail steamer Metagamn, and the trip was without Incident of any sort. We lay lor a time in the Mersey, awaiting word that our convoy was ready to see us out of tile danger zone, and a destroyer escorted us 400 miles on our way. 1 was in formed before my dopnrture that a commission as lieutenant in the ( unudian forces awaited my return from furlough, and I hud every intention of going bach to accept It, but since I got to America things have happened. Now it's the army of Uncle Sam for mine. I've written these stories to show what we are up against. It's going to be a tough game and a bloody one and a sorrowful one for many, but it's up to us to save the issue where it's mostly right on one side and all wrong on the other and I'm glad we're lu. I'm not willing to quit soldiering now, but I will be when Because we get through with this. when we finish up with all this there won't be any necessity for soldiering. The world will be free of war for a long, long time, and a God's mercy 1 that. THE END. x aya-te-i- The State of Wcstaylvania. The "province and government of Westsylvunia" was a proposal made by the settlers in the southwest of Pennsylvania and the adjacent territory for the creation of a new state. It originated in connection with the troubles between Virginia and Pennsylvania, und the scheme was brought forwur.l early in July, 1770. A description of the proposed government defines the hounds an "beginning at the eastern branch of the Ohio opposite the mouth of the Scioto and running thence lu a direct line to file Owasloto puss, thence to the top of the Allegheny mountiilns, tbenee with the top of the said nioun tajna lo the northern limits of the pur il- i i i i Thanked by King and Decorated For Bravery. "I thank you." he said, "fjr SBgetf and my people for your services. Our gratitude cannot be great enough to ward men who have served us you have." He spoke in a very low voice and with no assumption of royal dignity. There wus nothing in the least thrilling gheea the incident, but there wus much apparent sincerity In the few words. After he bud gone one of Hie nurses iisketl me what he had said. "Oh." I sjJI, "Heorge asked me what thought ahOSj) the way the war was being conducted, ami said I'd drop in ami talk it over with him as soon as v. iis well enough to lie up." There happened one of the grout dla appointments of my life. Sis- didn't .' Hie Joke. She was Knglish. She lisped und rln red ut me. and I think i he w ent out and reported that I wag grltriOSM again. Iteally, I wasn't much impressed by lie I. a Mi klug. lie seemed a pleas I I - - baaa BsadM from the Indians in TM at the treaty of Fort Stanwix, thence with the said limits to the Allegheny Bf Ohio river and then down the said river as purchased from t lie said Indians at the BforaeaM treaty of Fort A call for Stunwix at the beginning." a convention to organize the govern ment was Issued, but u memorial of the Virginia committee of West Augusta county to the lower house of as seuibly led to the abandonment of the plan. Philadelphia Press. i i I i i I i 1 -i 1 I I London's Crystal Palace. Crystal palace was originally built in Hyde park for the great exhibition of 1851. being afterward removed to At Its present site and the first state opening of the palace by Queen Victoria it was urged thut the usuul artillery salute should not be fired, the reason given being thut the concussion would shiver the glass roof and the comiany assembled below. Including her majesty, would be cut into BjMaBBaBBBj MM were tho predictions of the scaremongers when the design for Ihe palace was inude public. The first gale, they said, would inevitably wreck It, while the heut engendered by the sun pouriug its rays upon the domed glass roof would be so terrific that no humau being could withstand it. Consequently if tbey escaped an avalanche of glass they would be roasted to death Inside the case. costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the door in Har ilinsburg, to the highest bidder at Public Auction, on Monday the 27th day of Augusu, 91 7, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being County Court day), upon a credit ot Six, Twelve, and Eighteen months, the following described property, Three tracts of land situated ir. Breckinridge County, Kentucky, first tract, hounded and described as follows: Beginning at a beech on the east bank of Tewel'e creek, S, S. Calloway's corner running thence with the SB kid la of the creek as it meanders S, 4I V. 10 poles, S. 50 W. 8 poles, S. 50 V. V. 42 ixiles, S. 25 E. 7'g 9 poles, S. poles, S. 67 E. 8 poles, S. 1 W. 28 poles, S. b'o W. 18 poles, S. 34 E. 18 poles', to a sassafrass, and redoak Brown's corner, thence with his line S. 88 V.. lo poles to a branch, thence N. 5I E. 6poles, thence N. '2'.j E. 46 poles to a white oak in the edge of a field, thence S. 72';, E. l7 poles to M. O. Frank's corner thence witli his line N. 15 E. 50 poles to a stake in S. S. Calloway's line thence with his lines N. 67 W, 45 poles to a stone, thence S. 89 W. 22 poles to a beech, thence S.84 W. 22 poles to an ash, thence N. 84 W. 20 poles to a poplar and a beech thence N. 75 W. 24 poles to the beginning containing 79.6 acres more or less. Tract No. 2 or home, beginning at a stone Joe Mattingly's corner on the west bank of Tewel's creek, running thence with the middle of the creek as it meanders S. W. 29 poles, S. 6'a W 18 poles, N. 78 12 K. 18 poles, S. 114 E. 18 poles to a sussafrass and red oak on the ertst bank of the creek, thence crossing the creek and running S. 341-- . W. 50 poles S. 52 W. 34 poles, S. 47 W. tio poles S 32 W 47 poles to a beech W. I Cannon's corne', thence with his line S 76 W. 57 poles to a gum Critchlow's corner in'Cannon's line, thence with Critchlows line N. IT.j W. 95jpoles to a sugar tree on Stillhouse branch, thence N. 6- - 62 poles to two white oaks in Joe Mattingly's line, thence with his line N. 641.. E. lo.i'2 poles to the beginning containing 55 5 acres more or less. Western Tract No. J, beginning at a sugar tree on stillhouse branch running thence S. 75 W, lil goles te a poplar, Critchlow's corner thence N. 2 V. 148 poles to a pile of stone another of Critchlow's corners. Thence 1'. 42 poles to a sycamore at the forks of the branch. Thence down Suck I.ick branch as it meanders S. 24 E. 10 poles, 3,s' E. 6 poles, S. 64j K. I2J4 poles, S. 42 E. 12 poles, S. 5I E. i4 poles, E. lo poles, S. 45 K I4 poles, S. 07 E. 16 poles, S. 47 E. 18 poles to a stone. Mattingly's corner, thence with his line N. 64 E. in1 poles to two white oaks in Mattingly's line thence S. 6 W. 62 poles to the beginning containing 81 ucres more or less. The purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute bond, bearing legal intrrest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgement Lien retained to secure payment of purchase money. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. Ue Walls, Commissioner. Court-Hous1 5 1 Wanted Bids. Wanted bids for the erection of eight school houses Hrecklntidge county, for specifications write me or call at my other, contract will be let at one o'clock P. M. Saturday Aug. I5, lttl7. 111 J. W. Trent Superintendent. ' Of the Breckinridge County Fis cal Court at its April Term. 1917. At a regular b nil of the rockinririga Countv MmhI Court bejian ami held iti Court House- ill Haidinshiirg Kentucky, on Tuesday, April the pd, 1917 Present; Hon. I) I). Dowell, presiding Judge of the Iroehlurkkja County Court, ami the following i anted Justices of the Peace, to wit: Ksquire, C. K. Robbins J.J Keenan, S.I) Cox, I) C. Heron, Abe Dennett mid W. W. Baxter, being all of the Justices of the Peace in Coin mission in llreckinridge County, Ken tucky. C. Ruppert On motion duly made, seconded and 4 3o C. Burton carried, the Communication of H. C. jO0 W. Baxter 2 no Murray, County Attorney of Kreckin E. Hall .1 ,0 ridge County, is ordered spread upon the Order Book of this Court, the said comHouses for November Election I9I7. essaries. munication is in words and figures as HARDINSBURG NO. Prohibit the use if any food male, rials In the proilui tion of distilled follows to wit City Hall no 1 liquors except for governmental To the Hon. Fiscal Court, Breckiu HARDINSBURG X0. 2 purposes, pmvl.les acilnst ImporM i ionic Temple ridge County. tation of dhMIIM liquor during 00 3 the war; directs the president to I regret very much that Gentlemen: mardinsbukg no 3 take over all dtOtfflSd ItqOOf in I will not be able to be in attendance R G Gardner bonded arelioun.'f. 3 00 Authorizes- the president, whenever upon your session of the Court which Hardiiisburg No 4 he considers it necessary in emerconvenes today. I have no doubt, howJ. M. Hook 3 gency, to fix n "reasonable" price ever, that with the attendance of my for eoal and cuke. Balltown PTUVMet for a system of federal It E. Frank father that you will have no difficulty in 2 00 licenses of production, transportatransacting the business which will come Cloverport No. tion and distribution. Authorizes the president to fix a This is the first regular before you Proctor Keith 2 00 minimum price of wheat at ' per term of Court that I have failed to be Cloverport No. 2 bushel. present since I took the oath of office as Abner Dent j 00 County Attorney and I feel particularly loverport .No. 3 HEN the food control hill passed p regretful that my condition of health is Jcutt the house mill senate and was You such that I cannot be with you. Stcpht'nsport siyned bv the president it mat City Hall have been in office a length of time suf 2 00 thc completion by COBgfWl of all imficient to acquaint yourselves with the I'nion Star portant war li'Ri.sliit li in tinder considII I, Bra Mr. duties devolved upon you and I, there- $25, 000.00. 2 00 eration with one exceptlon-t- he reveIt is ordered by the Court that the easily transact the fore, feel that you can Mooley ville nue hill. Lenders assert that when the business without am one to act as Coun- fol owing claims be allowed to election li F. Ragart 2 oo revenue bill is tlnnlly passed there will ty Attorney, but the law requires that Officers and Houses furnished for the Webster lie not him; to prevent congress from faRegular Election, November I9I6. such an officer be with you and my Modern Woodman 7 on adjourning! However, the debute on have the ther will represent me Irvmgtou MAM I If MOM no. this measure is exported to roqajfa a to invite each of you to take pleasure Ncwsom Girdtier 00 luii; time. H Monarch 13.00 dinner at Leslie Walker's on tomorrow, The pamal of the food control hl'i Bewleyville Pat Sheeran 2 00 wus tinother victory by President Wilthe th inst. I regret that we cannot W. W Keith 2 00 Denuie Miller 2 00 son over his opponents in both the have you at my house but inv condition Big Spring C M. Heston 2 00 In its Until form the of health bars me from this pleasure. no house and senate. John Mtadot j bill embodies pnicti' ally everything haRim nsbuki; n;. 2 thank j on all very much for the kind Custer that Mr. Wilson naked fot and omitted ness you have shown mc heretofore and .Marshall Norton 2 00 Custer Lodge 2 0 nil features which he objected to. hope and believe that I will be with you Taylor Beard Hudson 2 00 Provisions of Measure. at the Regular Term in October. 2 0o Guv Johnson G. P. Macy 2 oil The measure carries drustii prohibiVery respestfully, Thos. ( '.regory Mook I 00 tion features. Stiuiuiaricd. it makes Hal C. Murray, J. H. Arms 2 00 HARDINSBUKCi NO 3 these provisions: County Attorney. McDaniels gOTornUMMl agents from Forbids 2 00 Andrew Driskell Dr J H. Hart Wherefore it is ordered by the Court 3 00 tialni; their HtgMMMin in kfttlBg .011 I). S. Miller 2 oO Glen Dean that Esquires D. C. Heron and W. W C. trncts to concerns in which 'hev ure E Robbins 2 00 J M Howard 2 00 Interested. Baxter are hereby appointed a CommitSam Marshall 2 uo Rockvale Declares It unlawful to destroy, tee to prepare and piesent to this Court permit preventable deteriora Mrs li'i.a McVarty HARDlNSBl'R; NO. 4 2 fQ waste, as answer the communication of Hal C. On motion duly male, seconded and tion, hoard, monopolize, discriminate Murray, County Attorney of Breckin- J I, Hall 2 oo make unfair rules, ronaplra to limit carried, Court adjourned until ridge County, expressing his appreciaDejar.iette Hubert 2x transportation, prodtution. ImrvaatUgi iow at 9 o'clock A M. of him and his service, tion of the Courl a oo Mirewstiury nuinnfactum, auppllng, itornga or D I) DOWliU.t J II C. and accepting his invitation to dinner. Thos. Miller 2 Oo denllng. ran trie I the supply ot dbttribu-tion- . (to he continued") It is ordered by the Court that the folprevent HMuiufaeture or producBALLTOWN lowing claims be, and they are hereby tion or exm t excessive prices with re1 2 oo Jl. Hates spect to necessaries. allowed. Letters from Old and 2 ui Geo H Newman Iteijiiires licenses to do business unDr S J. Hall, attention to l" F. Frank 3 lo New Subscibers. der regulations to be am fir by Hie pres$ So oil smallpox patients ident. l'urva Hawk i is 3 4" e keeper, W. J. Hall, I'rovldes that boarded necessaries claim itemized 75 CLOVERPOKT NO I Any. ui, 1017 may be seized and sold by the H. C. Murray, County AttorMr. John D. It L V Chapin 3 60 2100 F loyd Carter ney, claim itemized Authorizes the president to requisiCloverport, Ky. 2 co G. A. Wright, I3 days as tax Dear Sir: I wish to thank you for tion supplies for the urpjl and navy. 2 00 Jas. S. Tinius I9 W R. S. Carter Supervisor, your prompt attention in sending me Puts Wilson In Buciness. 3 60 R. T. Polk, 13 days as tax and I have fie BrtCkaarldga Authorizes the president to buy and CLOVKRI'ORT NO 2 Supervisor 9 decided to take t lie paper tor the ful sell wheat. Hour. meal, beans and pota'. H. L. Stader 2 Ot S. W. Bassett, Ij ilavs as tax four months, which amount you toes R T. Polk 2 oO lind enclosed Supervisor 95 Authorizes the president to requisiherein, thanking you a- tion am) operate any factory, pecking W. B. Allen I Roy J. Cain, lo days as tax 3 60 gain, remain, house, oil pipe line, mine or other plnnl 15 00 Geo. N Harris Supervisor, Yours respectfully, 360 and sell the products. N. Akers, J days as4ax Miss Hulda Chappie. John CLOVKRPORT NO 3 Authorizes the presidenl to prevent I "i0 3,s(i LeGI aire Ave, Supervisor, Chicago, III. injurious and regulate A. C. Hall 2 Oo Pal Garner. j days as tax 360 Aug. It, I T. "o J E. Black Supervisor I9 I'ixes n minimum price of $'J R. O. Perkins 2 00 Mr. Babbaci C V. Robertson, Clerk, 13 days bushel on next year's w heat crop. H H. Newton 60 3 Kind Sir: I t!i 1.1k you very much as tax Supervisor ProMMte use of foods, traits, food I9 50 sTephensport for your kindness in landing me our materia Is or reeds in mnnnfnctnra 01 A. T. Beard, Election Com 4 00 missioner, 2 davs H. Miller. 360 paper which I enj ly reading sa much. dletllled spirits for hsisinpsa. Ion v but to the president's discretion the qiian-lltleComHardee Ball, Election 2 00 Hoping you uood luck. I J. Jolly to be used ill beer ami wine. Inclosed you wi find check of 50 missioner, 2 davs 2 uo 00 Jesse Walls Authorizes and directs the president W. II Gibson C. Hendrick, Election Com60 for the News. '.. 3 to commandeer distilled spirits hi ntOCfc Mrs. S K. Bandy, missioner, 2 days 4 00 or bond for military needs. Union star Irvinjton, Ky. C. V. Robertson, Election ComW E Shellman 4 4o Makes Appropriations. missioner, 2 days 4 00 M. Cart R. 4 lo Appropriates glHUttMMO, or enntcb Tile Breckinridge News: Kentucky Culvert Co., claim 2 00 Please extend Horace McCoy my subscription four I1S0.0) 10.000 is for nenernl adnUniatra- 72 24 itemized (bridge fund) tioti of the act. $10,000,000 is for W. H. Beauchauip 200 months. The Bradley & Gilbert Co.. of nitrate of soda and gUOO.000 Tnank you for sending the paper' M0OI.EVVII.LE claim itemized 73 9f is lor sundry expenses. week. It is more than ever a 2 oil last J. W. Cunningham. The Standard Printing Co., X person employed the act from home since the folks moved Shall ha exempt from under 5 20 letter 6 50 H. G. Vessels claim itemized military el" ic ;i zvay. B 9, Eggart on. let the (Ira I law 2 00 Geo. I,. Jarboe, making Mrs. B. S. Shellield Keoidtes a detailed report from the . 5 20 Assessor's Hook, 7:1 00 G B. Cunningham D.lti E 42nd I'lace, Chicago. president the fust of each year of rh t W. W. Baxter, webs'IeK' prornwllusa under the not claim itemized 30O J V StClair 3 60 Wait Another Year; Anthuriaes the presidenl to nsumc W. W. Baxter, inquest over H, C Haddock, Jr., 2 00 control or coal mines. jx (lie nrlce of Mrs. Alia Morgan v... n So A. J. Dye coal and colic and tal.e rhgfW el and I licit I UU Ciull. 3 60 Good Roads Mch Co., sell the same J L. Parks 2 00 claim itemized Little Miss Marian Gladys Wilson. Forbids manipulation or des: ruction 3! IBVIMOTOM iiwpssniiea to limit the supply or Dr. D. S. Sphire, Med. at laughter of Mr. and Mm. Steve Wilson, l'iggott 2 00 ,""'r' 'Kel pure. so charmed with her birthday nam 7 5o W J. tention to pauper R. L Lyon 4 00 which she bad lust Makes ihc u' t cease to be in effect A. J. Dye, fees as Deputy Fnday 00 her Mlh 4 40 s P, raj ne '" '' ' ." "l Sheriff, itemized birthday, that she naked her mother the V, , 58 00 . .... ..Ill, 'II Illl 111.1 "l '' .'! "I OT 2 00 J B. Ileiudon W. C. Pate, fees as Deputy next morning lO let her have another lii eaMUisMnii gnrsrnmenl control BE W LEY VILLE Sheriff, itemized birthday real soon. The yOUag s 5II o0 ike bin antnortnm the president m en , J. B. Carman, fees as Deputy Z. T Stith 2 00 receive! motel prOSOUil and her gucv.-,ter Into nny 'olmitaiy nn Sheriff, itemized in the games ctca'e cr use nny sueiicy or a.eucie.s. 93 00 A. E. Sines 4 ju Who enjoyed participating , sen F es of un.y person withW. H Gibson, fees as Deputy w ere: . Hard W W. Keith Weill- - to acre; 4 30 and lelreshiiK-.itsout Sheriff, itemized l9 50 G. O. Blanford. ... 200 Uagton, Tell City, liorolhy l.ucile Wil-- any rouipeiisiitlon. to cooperate with Sneney Of person, to utilize any deA. T. Beard, fees as Sheriff, sou ami Raymond I,. Wilson, of ilavl.iii, big MMM imrtmeM or aneney af the poremnseni O-claim itemized i Paul H. Wilson, Kallierme Gcthing, 39 3 C C Martin and to llielr activities. 5 20 Record Press, claim itemized... Caleetina Grilling, Mary Mai Roach. J. W. Huffines 2 00 To Name Hoover. Dr. J. A. Sandbach, inquest Mary Charlotte Wheatley, Christine W. T. Norris 3 20 In pursuance of such authorization over Mrs. Nelson Gardner. Greenwell, Margaret llurden, Kiucheloe 500 V. S. Carter 2 afl i Lloyd Cox, inquest over burden, Joseph Carroll, Mike Carroll, President Wilson plans to appoint '. Hoover CUHTKR food iiilininistiator Mrs Nelson Gardner Mikel Popham, K. gun Pophatn, BkngMM 7 5O Control of other necessaries named A. L. Lynch Dr. K P. Kunnecke, claim 4 30 F'arusworth, Warreu F'arusworth, Pranmay be accomplished through other itemized aoO ces Moorman, Cecelia McCracken, 40 3O Virgil Harued agencies The house provision for an W. P Romine G P. Macy, claim itemized 2 00 MuiungU Margaret Jane Pemier, Individual '...ui admliiistrutor wan en 34 60 Isiab Butler, claim itemized 3 9O Finest Mesdor 4 3O and Marian I.ee acted only after the president had pre 1 : - Burn Wilson, land for road 14 00 R M. Bashntn, claim itemized .. . 10 50 Pete Sheeran Bro. A Co , pauper coffin 6 Of) C A Tinins, pauper coffin (00 S. D. i ox. laim itemized M On motion tin y made seconded mill cirned, the Court IMQ the price for feeding the paupers in the IN or House M JO cents per day, per p uiper, and the Keeper of the I'm r House is hereby allowed said sum per day. The Court having received from the Grayson Fiscal Court a proposition to meet the Breckinridge County Fi.cal Court, at the site of the bridge across Rough River between Orayson and Breckinridge Counties, to take the proceedings ill reference to re letting the contract for the construction of said bridge on the I2H1 day of May, 9 7 it is now oidered by this court that said propo HlM be accepted, ami that this Court meet the Grayson County Fiscal Court at said time and place for the purpose herein set out, ami the Clerk of this Court will so notify the Countv Judge and Countv Court Clerk of Grayson Countv. Kentucky. On motion of the Court proceeded to the election to a County Treasurer for the succeeding Term, and nominations were called for Esquire W. W. Baxter nominated Mr Paul Compton, which nomination was seconded by Esquire I). C. Heron, and there being no further noinin itions the yea ami nav vote was t aken upon said nomination which suited as follows Esquire Rob bills, yea; Keenan, yea; Cox. yea; Her on, yea: llennett, yea; ami llaxter, yea and said vote resulting 111 a unanimous election of said Mr. Paul Compton Treasurer, he is declared elected Treas urer of B eckinri Ige County, from Apri 3rd, I9I7, to April 3rd, I921 ami his bond is hereby fixed at the sum of ! , t: hukson H Royalty Jesse Robinson G 7 00 I Mdl ijuiggins I' Mercer MOOK 460 4 Ml 2 00 Sweeping Powers Given Wilson When Congress Passed Food Bill Establishes Government Control and Prohibits Hoarding and Speculation Provides For One Administrator, Who Will Be Herbert C. Hoover. Wilh the Exception of the Revenue vleas. re Tdis Is (he Last Important War Legislation Before Congress l ight Against Act Occupied 10'J day. I FOOD BILL ON BROUGHT 103 DAYS' WAR Homer Pile J. D. Aldriilge G. j 3 g On 911 Win. Pile Galloway 90 0(1 PNoamiii Pal Garner J. R. Spencer W. C. Moore Q j 00 4 40 2 11O Here is MM kbrtory or the hundred days w.ti oiertlie foM I control bill: April git, I: pi ninthe l.ever and .senator Uori liitiodueed In the house and senate resST lively J int resolution to stlmtilste ngiknWnie ami fncllNnm distii-bli n of ngrieuh nrnl predi ts Mny la the lies rings iron fenkj afrirnltnral eonvalfteni of 2. li. Tucker OLKN 40 both houses vailed upon the senate and house cor: ferees to eliminate n senate amend-mentInserted by two overwhelming votes of gg to IS and gg to it. ComprOkonsiVS powers sre civen In the bill, passed as a war measure, to assure ndSlfOntl supply and e iiitnlio dlstlihiitioii of the named i cssaries. to facilitnte their nioveiiient, to prevent, locally nnii generally, scarcity, monopoly, honrding, injurious speculation, iuaiiipiil.it ion or private control affecting supply, distribution and mov . dean R W. W. T. E. Moorman Cannon C Kane N. Fentress I, ROCKVALE j on 4 ,0 2 00 4 FEATURES OF FOOD BILL, NOW A LAW Kstahllnhes governmental control over foods, anil fuel. ProhlbHa noardbm ami ipeealutleu affecting supplv. distribution anil movement of foods PtovMm for nn.. administrator, who will Willi other iikcim is of the government. Aulhori7.es seizure of Imanleil nec- o ment n I 1 w k- . 1 1 I 1 Smoot Amendment Edited. ptOVlahms of the bill tlx a minimum price for wh at beginning year at not km than gg per standnext ard bushel; provide for coal and coke pri. e gging, commnndeertng ami efwrutlou of fnctorirs ami mines producing necessaries; tor government pun hasc. aio and reqnlsitioo of various necessaries and for federal licensing of agencies producing and bundling tin m. The prohibition provisions, n compro tne for "bone dry" prohibition proposed bjf the house, prohibit HUMIUfnc-titr- e and imp irlalion of distilled Hqnon for beverages during the wur, eutbor-iztin- president to suspend manufacture of malt, fermented and rteoos Uqnon or to limit their nlcoholic t mid "entboiisei and directs" the president, in his discretion, to commandeer distilled borers gel in bond ui' stock arisen necessary for redistillation Into alcohol for military or other public defense purposes or to conserve foodstuffs. Congressional leaders understand the president does not Intend to commandeer distilled snitiis or to curtail their consumption unless military exigencies require, The so railed Bmooi nmond ment, directing federal pnrchneeof distilled beverages in bond at cost plus in per cent profit, was eliminated. other May g, The house coininittee divided the resolution Int. two t'iiis, food snf lay ami fosi control Pills, and reported the former favorably. This report wns reconsidered, and the bill was amended. May 7. Survey bill aaaln reported. May Sg. Fussed by the house. .Mine g, Passed by the senate ami sent to conference 1mm it was agreed to Ang. i ami ne rented by the boons Aim. B, May SCL Pood coiitml lull Introduced reported In house: withdrawn and reported a tain June 11. June One 38, 23, Passed by the house. Taken up in senate. .Inly 21 Passed by the senate and sent to conference .luly Hi .inly go, Conferees met. Auk. I. Confers si ngmed to report. opted by the house, Auk. Ac Auk. , I'll ui control and food surve bills opted hy senate. 3.-II e - con-ten- mi Poor-Hous- t. s I ! ix-- r 1 . ' -- ti,., . , Will Control Coal. Sweeping powers to control eoul prices also are provided. The bill authorizes the president, through the federal Trade Commission or other gency, to tlx eoal and coke prices at 'the mines and among wholesalers and retailers, to regulate methods of sale, shipment and distribution among deal ers and consumers, and to requisition land operate mines or other routing facilities, A system of federal licensing of all agencies related to the production, transportation ami Distribution of the designated necessaries nkm is provid ed, and rigid provisions against hoard- Ing, speculation tni monopolisation established under heavy penalties. Fnrru- ers are exempted from the boo rd Ing provisions. Tichill also SUthot'lses the president to requisition Tor military or public dofnae iusmIs ail necessaries named and, to guarantee reasonable prices to producer ami ismsumer, to buy nnd mil reel, whe.it. gour, meal, beans ami pots tosa, The hill elan nuthorines the president to requisition ami operate any factory, packing house, mine or oil nine line, at just compensation, for military or public defense uses. Regulation of grain and other foodto prevent injurious stuff markets speculation or undue enhancement of prices, is another power conferred upon the food administration through the president. Another els aa, Inserted bjr the senate after micb erltl ism of alleged sale hy mem Iters of the advisory commissioners of the.r own products to the government, prohibit federal agents from soliciting or Inducing contracts with Hie government in which they uninterested. Herbert Hoover and his aids are es tab! la bed at their nee quarters in the Hotel Gordon, ami Mr Hoover soon win make public the procedure wbk'h be boa decided upon Enough is known f Mi Hoover's pur pose to warrant the statement thai tilI." content w ith UUV , ls not going I merely perfunctory enforcement or the law. It is palpable that if the law is nr tied cut with the oXoi' Ikc of even half tli:- authority conferred by congress the Hoover fond ndmmtatratlnn soon win llml Itself knitting against I lie irctneii done oppos.tloii of the great special in S rests Wbk'h SO long have fattened on food distribution nnd muulimnikm, Alan It Is Obvious that If the public Is to ;et relief tile opposition of these Interests must be expected, uud It would be a Waste of time to try to get uloug with them peaeef nlly. - ing and there would be grave food riots next ir'nter unless eondttlang ' were changed. Boaminntlon of the measure as it has passisl congress leuVOI no question that it eon Tern powers which, if exercised, will re.!. mini to the public I bsnegt. At the same time it Is important to remember that the country this year has a t rem end OPS crop of foodstuffs iii the aggregate much more an Hint if this is not than it millwasted nor nmnipulnted and is wisely distributed I bore will be enough for home use and enormous quant ties for the allies and American troops abroad. Need Not Be Disappointed. If the proiits on distribution are held down to moderate figures there Is reason to believe that Hie two deslr-- I able results of large shipments abroad and roe soon his prices at home can he achieved. That Mr. Hoover is sincere in his desire to achieve these two great ends is not doubted by those who know him, despite all the attacks made and the current talk thai the food control measure will be a disappointment to I I the people. g The government, hy the strict enforcement of the provisions and by exercising Its right given under the hill to buy and sell fuel, wheat, flour, beans ami potatoes, to regulate speculation and to license agencies engaged in production, trims- portation ami distribution of nisessa ries. can undoubtedly revolutionize the cost of living in this country, to say nothing of other brOUd powers which are granted. FLOATING TRAINING SCHOOLS. Marine League Wants Every Ststs to Maintain a Ship. As a grnl step toward Im Tensing the supple of American seamen sufficient to cone with 'he submarine peril and, after the war. to meet the needs of an Increased met 'baa! marine the Kntkm ai Marine League of the United states appointed a committee to confer with tlu United Btntes shipping board and the depnrtmeni of commerce on n project for Increasing the number of nau tical training snips. The project, ne outlined by p. fL w. Itoss, president of the league, is for every state In the Union ultimutoty to provide for the niain'eiium e of training ship in Amerii an v liters. As a be- ginnlng the lengue adopted a raoulm tion naklng the snipping board and the department of commerce t tura over to the league's trust OSS I vessel "siitfl- riettt in size to accommodate approximately ,'(ki nautical students." The roeolntton suggested that the Interned I .'el limn ship Indi a w ould meet the needs of the league and provide tho nucleus of a "floating Plattslmrg " BUELOW HAD SECRET ROUTE. Which Led to Hli Villa In Discovered. Rome The Sensation of the day in Koine is the discovery of a sac ret subterranean passage from the Vltkl of 'he Itoses, t he residence ol prince von liuclow former Uaemaa smhamisVa. to the Hotel lOden. the rormet proprii'lor of which was a Uormnn. It Is believed that the passage was used to facilitate secret meetings between the diplomat and persons in walks of life, as well as to Insure tnCfOCJ ' the amhtissadoi s guests when the occasion required. An Investigation w hich promises taterosthsg dfn 1.. sines is under n ay Tunnel Back to His First Love. Pnsign Henry Boom of tka Salvation Army has arrived hi Altoona. Pa., to tal.e charge of the industrial home, lining left a $(.Hio position as expert in it oi to re enter the Salvation Army it $1S u week. i m.-cneiit- 1 - Iler-hM- Public; Must Help Out. Hoover In gutag to da a pMM deal, us he ha- - niready dime, through the roluntun efforts of the people to conserve food and prevent waste, lie ai.-- o is nnlnl to rely to larse tatenl on the force of public opinion to buck him up in the enforcement of the new law. It win be with this in mind that he will give out before long a series nf wa temen ts eovering his nlnna, OM thing which iiiniiot he overlook td is that while the hill was p. n. ling eaders in congress were told rcicat-.xllIt must he puhkisI and sometkhng nm. be ilone to effwt lower llrlni: 50l iKS'nise the uneest among th floorer ramllies In the cities was grotm Mr. tux Englishwomen Busy. Of the otH) different processes In munition work in. o ii w In. h women sre ens gages! In Kngland bud never ferformed by s woman previous ago. two-thirdur iiaWiik HARDINSBURG J. 0, Hm Wll from West Virginia, has been the durst nf Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Huswfil has reC. Truman, of Fordsville, turned to his home after a visit to his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall. Misses Sadie Hall and Clara Kskridge spent Sunday in Garfield as the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Smith. Miss Mi ll (.'ashman, of Louisville, a former teacher of this county, attended the Institute here last week. Miss Elizabeth Handy has returned to her home near Irviugtop, after being the auest for a week of Misses Hessie and Judith Watlington. Mrs. I C. Moorman anil daughter Miss Nell M orinan, ot (ilen Dean, were the guests last week of Mrs. I W Peyton. Mrs. rlie Wool folk and son, of Lou- isville, are the quests it rtlatives ill and near town. Mrs Frank Hardiu, of Louisville, has returned to her home after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs Johu Alexander. A Red Cross chapter has been organized here. The membership is increasing each day. Dave (risked, an aged and respected citizen, died Tue;day morning and was buried at Ephesus Wednesday afternoon. Russell Hook and James Howard Gardner motored to Louisville last Friday, remaining over Sunday with relatives. Mrs K'ibert Johnson and daughter, Christine, are the guests of Mrs. J B. Gibson, near Irvingloo. HoimH Hook, of the First Kentucky Regiment, has been the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hcok. Miss Katura Johnson has gone to Vine Grove to vi' it friends. Misses Margaret O'Reilly and Exie Lewis were the guests Saturday and Sunday of Miss Regina McGary at her home near Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Henning have returned from I visit to their daughter Mrs. Jim Keunedy, in Shelby, Ohio. Rev. James F. Norman has returned from a month's visit to his parents in Providence, R, I. I 1 A First-- - BIT OF ADVICE Second- Don't Delay. Don't Experiment. BRECKINRIDGE-BAN- K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS. Cashier E A. B. SKILLM AN. President SECURITY-W- Miss Cynthia Rhodes, of Leitchfield, is the guest of Mrs, Mattie Teaff. Isabehe Sheeran has gone to Rhodelia foi a visit to her friend, Miss Vessels Mrs. Mattie Teaff anil children are at home (food a visit to Mrs. Tom Rhodes, in Leitchlield. Mr. and Mrs. M I). Heard will go to Chicago this week to purchase a fall line of goods for B F. Beard & Co. Mrs. Mortis H Beaid has returned from a visit to Mrs. W. R Moorman, near Glen I (eau. Mrs. Annie Jennings and children alter an extended visit to her parents, Mr. aad Mrs. MMt Wtsi. have returned to their home in Richmond Vu. Miss Rosa Lou Ditto will leave this week for I'ikeville, where she will teach in the graded school. Misses Angie and Margaret Gibson, of Irvington, were t tie guests Thursday ol Miss Ruth Kincheloe. Mrs. Joel II. Pile arrived fr m Washington, D. C , Sunday night fur a visit to her sister, Mrs. A M. Kincheloe. Mrs. Lewi-- . Kincheloe has leturned from Louisville where she was successfully operate on for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. A. C Glasscock and daughter, ol McDaniels. motored to town Frid y and attended the Institute Mrs. Morris H. Heard was in Louisville last week to see her son, Franklin, who is to go to Mississippi to a training camp. Mrs. John Heeler, of Kirk, was the Miss r IS YOUR 1 TOBACCO Insured Against Damage by have sold their household goods and garden to Will Biisliiun, atid Morrison, of Cloverport it the guest of his father, Jake Morrison will soon move to Owensboro to Misses Guedry Bl amlette.Mary Alex make their future home. ander, Messrs Hubert Livers and HuMrs. Rob Adkisson and daugh bert Lvons composed a week end house ter. Mrs. Donnell, and children, of party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Texas, were week end guests of Gillie Dowell, of Custer. Dr. and Mrs. W. I Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Adkisson's sister, Mrs. GrayMrs. Wm. Kendall motored to Chatt- son l'ayne. anooga last week. They will visit Mr. Mrs. Wallace 1'iiiks and son, and Mrs. Dave Henry. Jesse I In i din, of Frymire, visited George 1'iggott has returned from Indianapolis, he was accompanied home her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. I lardin, last Sun lay. by his aunt Mrs. K N Miller. Mr. anil Mrs. K. K. Alexander and Mrs. D.tsie Payne has a very children motored to Lincoln Farm last painful hand from t utmincr a piece Sunday. of screen wire in her tinger. Miss Margaret BoOPCtaip returnI am glad to say that I am so ed to Leitchfield Thursday, after two her grandparents improved as to c able to take my months visit with Mr and Mis. D. W. Henry place with the News. Not able to Mr and Mrs. George Livers, Dallas, walk, but able to sit up and write Texas arrived Tuesday for a visit with a few items. Think I will be out relatives. in a week or so. Mesdarms, Manuel Messrs anil Mrs. M. A. Kateman received a Brooks,!'. W. Hawesand Mrs ( ham berlain left Wednesday for Kavan-aug- letter from her grandson, lloyt camp Decker, of Vincennes, Ind., who Mrs. K. A. Crider and daughter, has been serving Uncle Sam since Kutn were in Glen Dean last week. the middle of April. He went to Ross P. it;,, is visiting, Mr. and Mrs Fiance in the Brat American exAlvtn Withers at Kirk pedition the latter part of June. Dr L. B. Moremen left Thursday for The letter was dated July 15th, three months training at Fort Ogle and stated that he was well. The thorpe, Ga. Miss Neil Adkins left Thursday for friends and acquaintances of Mr. a visit with Mis Ed Thomas, of LeitchDecker in this section will doubtfield. less be glad to hear front this solMr. A. O. Marshall motored to dier in a foreign land. Louisville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rasham and family, who James Witt returned with them. a new Doi t Machine. have been in California, have reKarl Bennet has Mrs. J. T. Johnson, Misses Katie turned home and have located at Chitwood and Mary Henry attended Mystic. church at Guston Friday at d were Miss May Alice Hardin visited guests of Miss Brii Smith. Mis. Nannie Drane, of Webster, Kev and Mis. T.J Wade are home last week. after several weeks stay at llarrods-bnrThe little girl of Columbia and Kussell Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Ott Fitch died one H J. Krehs attendeil a bakers picnic at Seining Park, Wedni sday. He day last week, and was interred brought Mrs. Krebs a plain gold ring in the Walnut Grove cemetery. Wednesday being her 54th birthday, the was presented with ao immense GARFIELD. birthdiy cake from Kleins week. Edward h g, Mr. itnd Mrs. Kd Robertson, of Mystic, visited Mr. and Mrs. Carlt IRVINGTON Payne last Sunday. Mr and Mrs. John Miles have re Mr. and Mrs. Grayson l'ayne, turned home from a visit with relatives attended chinch ut Freedom last at Somerset. Sunday. Mrs. Ambrose Cecil and baby of Mr. and Mrs. Kd Robertson Cecilia visited Mrs. Mary Roberts last S. 0, Hrown, of Louisville, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs .). V. Hrown. lust week. kidneys." Marvin l'ayne visited his father, Price 6ic, at all dealers. Don't simply C. P. l'ayne, nf Louisville, last ask for a kidney remedy get Dooa'j week. same that Mrs. Kidney Pills the Co., Foster Milbnrn had. Mr. and Mrs. Luby Avitt, of Props., Buffalo, N V. Kaymond, visited their daughter, Mrs. Walter Adkisson, last week. guest of her daughter, Mrs. Lesiie Mrs. Fox has gone to Illinois, Walker, last week. on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne and chil dren, of Irviagton, motored down Mrs. Riggs. of Hopkinsville, Thursday to attend the funeral ot Mrs. was the week end zuest of her Lucy Barnes. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry to Cart. Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scrof ula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to The Misses Woosley. of Holt, impuie blood. Burdock mooa Hitters visited friends at Clifton Mills as a cleansing blood tonic is well re last week, commended. II. I at all stores Beau-champ If you suffer from backache; headaches or dizzy spells; if you rest poorly and are languid in the morning, do not delay. In such cases the kidnev s often need help Doan's Kidney Pills are especially prepared for kidney trouble. They are recommended by thousands. Can residents desire more convinc ing proof of their effectiveness than the statement of a Cloverpoit woman who has tod them a. id willingly testifies to their wort!? Mrs. E. Hi Beauchanip, Maple street, Cloverport, sas: "Several jears ago I found it necessary to use a Kidney rem edv, ami as I had hoard of Doan's Kid oey Pills s frequently I gut a box. They proved perfectly satisfactory in I relieving me of kidney complaint gladly advise anyone to get a box or so at Fisher's Drug Store if troubled wiih lame back ur irregular action of the THE BANK OF SERVICE CONTENTMENT ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN meeting and all tn membiri please present. Buy your Fertilizer for fall grains from .1 I). Ashcraft. Mason Jar and Tin Fruit Cans Jar tops. Ceiling wax and Stone Jars be 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits from I to 12 gallon at TO MY FRIENDS: wish to announce that I have anticipated the needs and requirements of my customers for the coming season and have governed my purchases accordingly having bought very liberally. Had 1 waited until now to buy I would not be able to obtain many staple items and would be compelled to I J, V Ashcraft LODIBURG charge you from 20 to 33 "cMy Advice" 1- -3 per cent more for the goods. is Don't delay. Come while the stock complete. Don't Forget I want 50,000 Gallons of New Sorghum. I pay highest market price for produce J. R. WILSON, :: Glen Dean, Ky. Use News Want Ad Liners and Get Somewhere One Cent Per Word They are Like the Sun, Up Early Commanding Everybody's Attention Phone 46 WANTED! To I Mill Contract with a Pertabli Saw To Ion and saw a tract of Beech and Sugar timher near Sample. Ky. Hawesville Prices Good Until Sept. Come and See us Co. RailyCoal 1 I 5th Louisville Point Lumber Louisville. Ky. McGLOTHLAN & SON, Irvington, Ky. Bom, on the 10. h, to the wife of Stev e Haynes. a boy. Kev C. L. Bruington will be our pastor Hie oemtug ear. Fred Lyons was in town Friday. Mrs. Shelly Basham and little daugh ters, Margaret aud Edna, of kingswood, visited her mother last week. Mrs. Carrie Kenuedy has measles. D. H. Smith and family attended Presbytery Thursday. They were ac companied by Mrs. Cora Ptiest, Mrs E. C. Harned, Miss Dorothy Unwell and Sister Woosley. The annual meeting at Freedom be- Rubber Roofing! Write for our Special Delivered Prices We handle Rubber Rooting in carload loN from one of the very bet manufacturers, and we have a large and complete assortment of grades. We can give you some splendid bargains. gan Sunday. i Samples Furnished upon Request FORDSVILLE MILL HAIL? You cannot afford to carry the risk at the present high prices. PAUL GOMPTON, Hardinsburg, - Kentucky. Fire, Tornado and all class es of Insurance. - I I Mi. and Mrs. O M dray Mrs Luther Wii.vni, Miss Mary Mrs. Wilbur Hile motored Brown, Annie M.iy Wilson ami Koland .Sunday. Smith virii .I, Louisville Friday. Mr.--. Adeletie Nemure Irvington Suliiage League will meet route to Iivingtou and with ra Adclc Coaniffi Filday aftur TkMfw 1 nooo. 2:.iO. It i.l ue an important Earl Harncd has bought J R. Beoman, Dallas, Te who has been the guest of Mrs. A. T Adkins for the past three tmnths, left Tin s lay for New Orleans where she will join her husband, they will spend several weeks there before returning to Texas J (' Payne and f t in y motored to Haniinsliurg Thursday and attended the funeral of Mrs Lucy lisriiea. Miss Beatrice Taylor, cf Green Biy, Wis , wi1 arrive s iob for a visit with Mi III I' ll ne, tin y writ companions at Bush Conset vatoi y Mrs , Telephone men are here moning posts for the pike. Mrs. H ib Adkins and daughtir, of Ti x is, are visiting in tnis neighborhood. John H.med and wife, of Big CitftTi were here atteudmg Presbytery . 1. B. Richardson unloaded a ear ol lee Friday r, and Mrs. William Carman visited tlle:r daughter, Mrs. liasham, of Killgs-wooi- Sunday. and Mr anil to ludiaua was here en Mf ytllllMf I a Ford. Mrs. Grayson Payne, ot Loriiburg, is visiting her father, Byron Johnson. CO. PLANING Incorporated Our community boasts of having two JAKE WILSON. Manager FORDSVILLE. KY. more eighth grade graduates, Jessie Uruiugton and Milton Basham. Harold Smith, Miss Anna Mildred J. W. French, who has been ill at the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. B Cash-maSmith, Miss Dorothy Dowel) motored the Deaconess Hospital in Louisville, has Hardinsburg Wednesday. to Scott Mattingiy was in Hardinsburg improved and will arrive home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Morgan, Mr. and Mondav. Miss Myra Rollins has returned Irom Mrs. P. H. Morgan and children, Mr. an extended visit to relatives and friends and Mrs. C. A. Tinius and Mrs. Mary Health is very good and croos are in Illinois. Morgan composed a motoring party looking line. that visited relatives in Owensboro Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Herman, of Tell Henry Haves and aunt, Mrs. Mattie City, were guests of her parents, Mr. Sunday. Pile, were guests of his sister, Mrs. J. L. D. Fox visited his father, E. and Mrs. J. B. Haynes, near Union C. Tucker, Sunday. Fox, at Marion, Ind. , last week. Sunday. Star, Mrs. G. E. Shively and daughter, J. Li. Dunn wa the guest of his Miss ijeorgia Frymire, of Chenuult. daughter, Miss Lena Dunn, Saturday. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Miss Henrietta Shively, returned Sunday from a visit to relatives and friends Dr. J C. Tucker, Miss WM Prjor Gardner Friday. in Owensboro. and Miss Amanda Harris motored to Miss Klizabeth English returned to Antioch to church Sanday. W. J. Schopp was in Irvington and her home at Ammons Tuesday, having Will Dunn delivered six nice hogs to been the guest of her grandmother. Louisville last week. Leitchlield Monday. Mis A. B. Crawford Mrs. Eugene Conner was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hi lie Pool were the Mrs Sara Cohen, of Louisville, is the Mrs. G. E. Bubenzer, at Rome, Ind., dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew guest of her sister, Mrs W. J. Schopp Thursduy. Dudgeon, Wednesday. and Mr. Schopp James H. Lav and mother, Mrs. Miss Aha Frank is visiting her sister Carlton K ibertsou and little daugh- Olevia Lay, and aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth at Calvert. ter, of Skillman, were the guests ol his Paulman, motored to Cloverport MonFred Biito motored to McDaniels sister, Mrs. U. C. Shellmuu and Mr. day the guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Frank Thursday C Ferry. Stielimin, Suuilay. Kev Alien closed the meeting at Wm (i'lbert and son, Kenneth, we.e ."rs. Sam Gilbert and son, Millard, Friday night and will begin one guests ot relatives in Tell City Suuday returned fiom Owensboro Sunday. Knob Sunday i.ight. at Sand and Monday. Win G. Haswell, of Haid'usburg. is Mis. Molne Parsons and daughter, Paul Irvin, after ail extended eiit the guest of Mr. and Mrs, L. D. i'Vx. Miss Hun, and Mioses lna atal Marion with his graudmothri Mis. Mary MorB. Cushman and Mr and Mrs. A Glasscock weie dinner guests ot M:. gan, h is returned to ElnabethtotM Mrs. Will Dunn Thursday. ami childien aud Miss Liss Cashmau were Mr.-.- . C. Murray, of Owen-bo-guests of relatives at Lodiburg Suuday. visited her aunt. Mis Syrena Jairett, The marriage of Miss Corinne Conn, last wiek. furmtrly of this place, now of Los AnGrace Taylor Diisktll, of LouisMi and Mrs. Win. e'nenault and chilgeles, Cal., and Kussell Burgess, took ville, was the guest nl relatives and dren spent Sunday Willi her patents, place Mendav, July .10, at Ventura, Cal. ll lauds hcie 1'llday. Mr. and Mrs. Ad McCoy, near Union Mis. Burgess is well kuowu here, where of L'niou Star, is Star. she ha. a number ot frietuK Miss Lhs n. McDANIELS. f. I . Au-tioc- ti . STEPHENSPORT M,-.- .