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XLU CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1917. No. 8 WILL EN 14TH ANNUAL SESSION PARTJAUIST Of BAPIISTMCIATION. Those Examined For Military Duty . Before the Examining Breckinridge County to be Held Board at Hardinsburg. Rev. Here Aug. 29 and 30. Following Is n list of thoie who were English Moderator. examined at Hardinsburg Monday to Harve do military duty In the great war now W. M. U. Meeting. being waged against Germany: Russell Carman, Garfield, accepted. (our.teonth annual session of the The Jes.se DeWitt, Glen Uean, accepted. will Breckinridge County Association Hud Woods, Irvlngton, accepted. convene at tlin Cloverport Uaptist Scott C. Mattingly, Stephensport, Wednesday, Aug. 2! church, beginlng and continuing through Thurday. Lawrence Payne, Gten Dean, exemptKev. Harve English will servo as W. G Moorman as ed. moderator and Walter Welsenberg, Cloverport, reclerk. The annual sermon will be jected. nVnarhml hv ReV. KuSSel WalkJT. Thurman Lockard, Custer, exempted. Fifteen churches from over the Warn Qulgglus, Hnrdln Springs, accounty arc alllliated with this associawill have represen- cepted. WATCH FOR THE FIRST INSTALLMENT tion and each one Walker Logsdon, Lodlburg, rejected. tatives at the session. William Hayden Curl, Ammons, re Some of the prominent visitors are: jected. Rev. W. D. Powell, who has charge of Abraham Hook, Irvlngton, R. F. D., all missionary interests; Rev. N. T. exempted. Usw, who Kepres Barnes and G. W. Rolnnd Crltcheloe, Axtel, exempted. ents the Uaptist Orphans Home. Sherman Gibson, Cloverport, accept Following are the chairman of the ed. verious Important committees. Olvle-D- . Shelman, Sample, exempted. Order of Business A. N. Couch. William II. Ilickerson, Sample, re Perilous Adventures of a Ptitcky American Boy Who Missions Hardy Curl. Districts jected. State Missions II. J. Blackburn. Joined the British Patrol Fleet and Went Out Zeno Alfred Miller, Hardinsburg, ac Home Missions J. B. Meng. cepted. N. Couch. Foreign Missions A. Felix Coleman H. Heston, Hardins School and Colleees I. C. Woodward. burg, accepted. Schools Russel Walker. Sunday John Miller Sklllman, Hardinsburg, Religious Literature John Blythe. exempted. Home A. N. Couch. Orphans No. 1. Driving a Submarine Into the Chain Nets. Gilbert Glasscock, Axtel, accepted. Temperance Kuesel Walker. William Henry Gilbert, Union Star, "Some bubbles, a greasy patch that's all!" "Submarine Oblturanes J. D. Finley. rejected. Aid J. L. Dugan Minister off the starboard bow, sir. Shall I fire?" The U boat that Henry Burnett, Glen Dean, accepted. really was an E boat. Woman's Missionary Union. Geo. H. Smith, Madrid, rejected. Wilbur Lucas, Custer, exempted. The Baptist Woman's Missionary No. 2. Life In the M. L.'s (Motor Launches). Boyd J. Keith, Irvlngton, R. F. D., Union will hold its annual session at accepted. Cruising at night in utter blackness. Liable to be shot to the association. Verda R. Brown, Garfield, accepted. Following are the olllcers of the W. pieces by friendly batteries if late in home port. Mine William Harrison Winchel, Franks, M. U. Superintendent, Mrs. ,J. D sweeping of Gallipoli. Fighting off Turkish planes with rifles. Shaw; Assist. Superintendent, Mrs. exempted. Charles William Hawes, Irvlngton, Moorman; Secretary, Mrs. J. T. Sillie No. 3. A Motor Launch Raid Off the Belgian Coast. rejected. Jones; Treasurer, Miss Lena Payne. Kir by Lee Dowell, Hardinsburg, R. By night the submarine chasers cross the mine fields, fire women will conduct their meetThe exempted. ing In cither the Method'.st or Presby- F. D. 2. on German gunboats and escape. How the Germans got , ac. Nat R. Shellman, Hardlnsb-.irgterian church. the range. cepted. Silas Cannon Kiper, Franks, rejected. No 4. The Dangers of Dover. Benjamin Temple Field, Cloverport, AGED CITIZEN rejected. Aeroplanes bombard the town. What happened to one deAndrew R. Hirdesty, Webster, ac stroyer. Dinner with officers, later torn to death. "NeuPASSES AWAY cepted. trals" who lay mines in British harbors. Emmett C. Horsley, Garfield, dead. Big Springs, accepted. Bob Lucas, BE SURE TO READ Disease. James Owen Frank, Roff, exempted. Death Due Logan Craig, Mattingly, ex James Widow and Nine empted. Leaves Bishop Marvin Dowell, Hardinsburg, Children. exempted. Dow Tucker, Hudson, exempted, 6 Mr. ltobert C. Maturely, who Joe D. Haynes, Garfield, accepted. was familiary known to his friends Joseph Benjamin Alexander, Hardlns as "Uncle Boh", died ut his home burg, R. F. D., rejected. THE SKILLMAN SALE. CHARLIE HALL Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock Tuylor Priest, Garfield, accepted. illness of bright's Lon Joseph Mattingly, Hardinsburg, after a lingering exempted. disease. DEAD Good Crowd Lively Bidders Isaac Dowell, Hardinsburg, rejected The funeral was held Tuesday William Henry O'Bryan, Mooleyvllle, Prices High And Plenty of morning from the St. Rose Cath rejected. Early Thursday Morning. Had Donard J. Smith, Cloverport, accept Money And Checks to Liquiolic church. Father Henry per Been III. Burial in Charge of formed the last rites. The intern ed. date. Stanley Gray, Custer, accepted. ment took place in the McGavock K. of P. One Son Survives. Percy Douglas.Hirdlnsburg, rejected. grave yard. There was a fairly food crowd in William LeRoy Tate, Cloverport, ac attendance at the Sklllman sale near Mr. Mattingly was born in cepted. Mr. Allen Charles Hall was found Mattingly, Ky., in 1846. He Green Aldridge, Irvlngton, rejected. dead in bed In his room early Thursday Webster last Saturday. Most all prescame prepared has lived in Cloverport for many Jone Sills, Hardinsburg, not passed morning. He had been 111 for several ent were bidders andbooks and ready with their check on. weeks but his friends did not realize his years. money to pay cash for what they bought condition was so serious. The attendBesides his widow ho leaves nino Baby Girl Dies when settlement time ing physician stated that his death was this they did came. children who are: Misses Cornelia due to heart trouble. was no lagging In the bidding. Mattingly, Sudio Mattingly, and Garfield Ky., Aug. 18,(Special) The funeral was held Thursday after- D. Thers W. Henry the austioner. Geo. Best Lona Mattingly. Messrs Robert, Littlo Noll Gray, the two year noon at 2:30 o'clock from the residence the clerk, kept things moving and saw Ben and Lon Mattinglj who re- old child of Mr. and Mrs. Ova of Mayor C. W. Hamman and Mrs. that things brought what they were N. Couch conducted side in Cloverport. Mra. Percy Gray died Saturday afternoon Hamman. Rev. A. worth. They are a fine pair to manage the services, and the Knights of Pythias good hard workers and wide Ryan of Hardinsburg, Mrs. Cora Aug., 18, at thrco o'clock. Lodge had charge of the burial which a sale, awake mow. McQuady of Evansvillo, Sister The funeihl was held Friday took place In the Cloverport cemetery. The household and kitchen goods Angline Mattingly of Mt. St. Jos at tho O. P. church, services conMr. Hall was the son of the late Mr. were sold first and brought good prices. Hall, of Union Star-HMrs. oph convent of Owensboro. ducted by C. L. Bruington. Tho and was James reared in lirecken-rldg- e The live stock attracted the most at born and tentlon. woro laid to rest in tho remains county and was a painter and car- There were a number of stock men on Rockport Fair. Tho pall penter by trade. He was married to the ground and the bidding was keen Garliold Cemetery. bearers woro: Misses Pearl Mat- Miss Mary Ryan, who preceeded him in and lively. of ewes brought $13 round The Rockport Fair Association will l9 head annual meeting at tingly t Ruth and Martha Hamcd, death. To this union one son was born, ami were knocked off to J B Gibson. hold its thirty-firs- t David Owen Hall, who survives. He II. M. Beard landed a Hue short, horn the fair (.'rounds. In Rockport, August Lottie Whitworth and Goana and bull for Jl I, 3 heifers for $!0. 3 cows was a member of the K. of I. Lodge. 22 23 24 and 25. Nancy Glasscock. and calves at $61, $70, ami $80; 1 year-lau- d The fair grounds are very inviting mule $50 Tho child is survived by her Another Hiking Expedition. Harry Nurton bought a mare tor Si-- 5 with Its sprouting fountains and mag I and mother, a littlo brother boar al The Friendship circle girls made lot of hogs sows, pigs and nlflcent shade trees. Quite a large father weighed besides a host of frionds and rel- their second hiking expedition Friday. $13 25 round at $1.8(1 at Webster loO crowd Is oxpected to attended this corn bushels 1 Roan They started from here at fl A. M. for atives. year. more went to C. C. Grant n ten mile walk, reaching for $33 5O. Hawcsvllle 1, 3 year old filly to Andy Hardesty Kentuckian Honored. their destination la 5 hours. To Late to Print . 1 Hack Hardin Aftertaklng lunch there, thoy cross- for $70, 1 yearlaud colt to to Kollx Car yearland mule for 35, ed the river to Cannelton and wore den for $gl, I pair mules to Frank Sergeant Alexander McCllntock, Judgo Henry DoIIavon Moor- guests of Miss Kva May for a few White for $385. 1, G yoar old mule lor Lexington ICy , the author of "Over $130 and 1 aged mule 36 tu Hawkins. There" was presented with a "Distln-tshod- " man sent tho Brookinridgo News hours, Smith. The hikers returned home that evenmedal last week at the Brit-- ' (he list of names of thoso who The sale .unmounted to nearly $1,500. ing by the way of Tobinsport, Iud. Consul General's olllce. New York guvo a dollar to tho illiteracy Sidney Woosley rented the farm for Isfi Miss Lcnora McGavock chaperoned next year. He will move on it at once as por his promise. Tho Sergant McCllntock Is twenty six years the party which consisted of Misses aud put in a big wheat crop. of age. He hat been accepted for the list failed to reach hero in tinio for Addle McGavock, Louise Weatherholt, weeks issuo but will bo pub- Mary Owen Oelze, Martha Reld, Emily second Plattsburg Olllcers Training this Subscribe For The News lished next week. Held and Jane Llghtfoot, r vainf. Sea Slug the Great War WE WILL PUBLISH THE PROFITABLE FOR At BOYUNO JOY WATERMELONS Sunday School Conference. At Camp Shelby. Near the In Bathing Beach. 43 Delegates Present! teresting Talks Given, ResoHatticsburg, Miss., Aug. 22, lutions Passed. Tho prospects iiro that tho Nation - cries A New Thrill In the Literature of HUNTING U BOATS X Irviiigtou, Ky., Aug., 20. (Special ) The Hoys and Girls Sunday School Con ference, which convened here Wcdnes-daevening and closed Thursday eve ning, was one of the mo.st instructive and profitable meetings of its kind that lias ever been held in this county. This is the first of what is hoped to lie an an nual conference. There were I3 delegates present. The girls meeting. were conducted by Miss Frances Grigsby, of Louisville, in the Methodist church. At the meeting, Thursday afternoon, Miss Tula Ilabbngi:, Cloverport, was elected to net as l'resi dent anil .Miss .Marion Kinelieloe, as Secretary. Miss llabbage gave a very interesting talk 011 ''Mid-weeActivi tics nnd Miss kinelieloe s subject was "What Our Sunday School Teachers Hx pect of Vs." Miss Grigsby then gave some suggestions on "A forward Step." The girls elected their officers, who are: Miss Tula Ilahhnge, l'resideut; Miss Ruby Haynes Hook, Vice 1'res; Miss Marion Kinelieloe, Secretary, and Miss I la l'ayne, Treasurer. The ltojs Conference met at the llati list church the same afternoon and were under the leadership of Mr. Clarence Wright, of Chicago. They had a very valuable meeting and elected the followIlyron Dejarnette, l'resi ing officers: dent: George I'iggott, Secretary and Treasurer. Thursday evening, a banquet was held at the school building, for the boys and girls. Miss ISlia 1'iggott introduced the speakers and with her bright ami ready w it, she made a charming Mr. Wright gave the address of the evening and Miss Origsby'followed with an interesting story. Mis Ila 1'aj ne gave a toast to the boys and Ilyron Dejarnette A delightful responded to the girls. Miss musical program was arranged Guedry Ilramlette rendered a violin solo accompanied by Miss Julia Lyon. Patriotic songs were snug. Miss Tula Daniel, of Hardinsburg, was ot.e of the visitors at the conference. y k . al Guardsmen of Indiana, Kon- tucky and West Virginia who will compose tho units at Camp few miles of Shelby, within llattiesburg, will net here in time to enjoy eating ninny a luscious watermelon, for which this section of the South is famous. riic watermelon .season is not yet over, and the visiting boys in khaki have some rare treats in store for thetn in the wuy of ' watermelon feasts. Hut watermelon is not the only fruit of Mississippi soil that tho soldiers will enjoy. Later will como the delicious Satsuma oranges, grown between hero and other Mississippi coast cities, grape-fruiand other delicacies, Speaking of foods, the coast is only 70 miles away, and it will bo possible for tbc men to have shrimp, fresh lish and crabs included in their daily "rations." A trip to tho coast will be ono that tho soldiers can enj'o'. At any of the coast cities bathing facilities arc excellent, nnd boat-inand fishing are attractive features. It is probable that man soldiers will run down to the coast as well as visiters who como to see them during their stay at Camp Shelby. 11 t, s: Suit For Reinvestment. Tho Hank of Hardinsburg and Trust company as Trustee, has tiled suit in circuit court against Klizubeth Saner Breidenbach and E. II. lireidenbach, her husband asking for tho of her interest in 125 acres of land located near Grissom's Landing and for a reinvestment of tho proceeds in sound securities. Under tho will of Fred Walter, who died in Breckinridge county in li04, tho sum of 1,000 was devised to Elizabeth Sauor Bried- cnbach, with instructions that tho executors of his estate, A. B. Skilluian and V. G. Smart, should invest tho money in sound securities, and tho interest payable annually to tho dovisco. Tho plaintiff who later succeeded tho former executors stated that tho money was invested in a farm, of which belongs to Elizabeth Saur lircidonbach that her interest in tho farm bo sold, as tho sum of $5,000 can bo real ized at this time, and tho monoy could bo reinvested which would bring hor an annul interest of $300. Tho plaintitr asks that this four-tenths Resolutions. Resolved that we. the delegates to this first Secondary Convention, extend our thanks to the good people of Irvlngton for the entertainment of 1 SEA SLUG STOHIES First number can be found on page JOUND delegates. S, Wc thank the Hoy Scouts for their excellent services. :!. Wa thank the olllcers of the S. S. association nnd especially Miss Grigsby and Mr. Wright for their valuable instructions in tnis work. 4. We thar.k the local committee for the arrangement of this work 5, -- We thank George Piggott for his assistance in the music. 6 That a copy of those resolutions be sent to each of the county iapers and also to Mr. Joplin our General Secretary. Committee Women Are Getting Ready to Replace Men. The September Woman's Home Companion says: , (Women are preparing to take the places of men in almost every line of work A New York corporation, whose clercial force had been depleted by the call to arms, advertised for fifty intelligent women capable of earning twelve dollars n week. Tea thousand letters were received from as niatiy women. The ages ranged from high The best school girls to grandmothers. papers in the test were turned in by a college graduate and a grandmother, respectively. In many of the larger cities young women with steady nerves and a taste for mechanics are being tested as elej valor operators."' four-tent- bo dono.-Owonsb- oro Inquirer Visitors Complimented Mrs. I.arkin Gibson gave a party Thursday evening in compliment to her house guests, Miss Kloise Heudrick and Miss Susie Squires of Hardinsburg. The house was attractively decorated in yellow and while garden flowers, Punch was served during the evening, supplemented with ice cream aud cake which carried out the color scheme. The guest list i.icluded: Misses Mary 15 va Wroe, I5va Christina Hammaii, Jolly, Lida May Knglish, Maud Hairy, I51eauor Uied, Kathleen Squires, Sarah Fallon, Helen Clark and Mary Gibson of Prospect, Ky. Messrs Leonard Curtis Wroe, Weatherholt, Alfred Weatherholt, Henry O'Connel, Julius Hardin, Samuel I'euuer, Hilly Uied, I5d. 01 irk, Robert Hamiiian aud Samuel 15. Conrad. e Custer Visitors Mr. James Mitcbam and Mr. Fox Gray of Custer, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Tay lor and Mis. Hlizti Taylor, of Hardinsburg, Monday. Thoy report lino crops in that section and that mora than half of tho tobacco crop has bcon sold at from $12 to $15 'round one or two , crops bringing $10. Thoy woro also pleased to report a tiuo meeting in progress at tho Methodist church, conducted by tho Hov. Johnson of Red Cross Convention The State Convention of the American Hed Cross Society is being held Wednesday and Thursday of this week at the Phoenix Hotel, Lexington. It is expected that a large delegation from over the State will attend. cam-puig- n, The Golden Rule Store's Great Removal Sale Nearing an End s Merchandise at a Remember you are letting a golden chance go by you to buy very low price. The extraordinary values we have ottered during this sale have proved a great saving to the thousands that have taken advantage of it. Our lines are pretty well broken but we still have thousands of dollars worth of good merchandise to be disposed of before we move. From now on the values will be greater than ever. Everything in this store must be sold to make the expenses of moving less. Make your dollar do its duty by taking advantage First-Clas- Stop! Look and Listen! PI nic Shoes; -- of this sale. Ladies' S.OO value-- : Men".- - ale prtee SPECIAL Khaki Pants wnrtbfl.SO; price sale SPECIAL Ilea's Sport Sbirti worth uj to Sale price Bfic; SPECIAL Men's Work Shoes irortfa $1.45 Ladle1 Wmk Sfcirte; fl.M raloee; S;il' price 8.00; Men's Hose; 0 p tits trim ran teed months, per lox 0 price 89c 15 POUNDS OF SUGAR FOR 48c $1.00 10 ANY $1.98 PURCHASER OF 75c Men's Pain Bench Shirt-- : 75c values 98c New Pall Wai-t.-. $5.00 OR MORE 45c $IM rallies, priea alo Men's Pants Men's Blue Serge Prate Men'- - Phie Dress Pants Men'- - Fine Dro-- 98c Lecftee1 $1 98 8.M .7: while it lasts trig lot of embroideries worth sale price, per yard SPECIAL Men's Overcoats 12U Overalls $1.00 .ft 16 1.50 $1.75 Waists; 1M raise; - Pant- - prist 59c Men's 1 Men's Fine l'ants Men's Fine Pants Men'a 50c Suspender If. $1.48 !.:! 2:!c tie 8Jc Children'.- - Overcoats $15. 0 Overcoats $11.00 Overcoats $l"UK.i Overcoats sfTSOU t .9S $7.!'S j!ti.!ts Overalls Overalls Overalls Overalls 69c 8C tl.M $1.50 f.98 pairs for if Men'- - 80c Hose: 2 lOo 25c 1.4 8 Summer Dresses Misses' Embroidery Dresses Ladies' House Dresses Children's Dresses 1.41 89c 45c 9c Be lloe 8c "'- Pairs L:i lie- - Low Cuts LOc Handkerchiefs Dressing Seconal worth Itic Shoe Polish 14c I 1 Violet Talcum Powder l Men's Backakin Shoes 23c 3c 1.48 lot of Ladie-'- s lot of Kil.lxm- - 1 8c lot of Turkish Bath Towels lot of Cup Towels - hox French-Ameriea- n Soap Bonnie Bos- - Toilet Soap, worth tic i box line Toilet Soap, 3 bars Burbon Twist Tobacco, 2 for Great Cut in Prices on all Merchandise in Every Department of the Store Men's and Boys' Clothing Pineh Bank Suits: $18 value-Me- n ' - Suits; $16 value-- ; sale price -- ale price 11.98 Men'- - Overcoat-- : 90 values: 4 48 Boys Salts; $8 value-- : -- ale price Suit-- : .f." values; sale pr'ne 2.'.8 Boys' .89 Hoy- -' Knee Pants, 9 Values; sale pries "4 Boys' Knee Pants; $1 rallies; sale price -- ale price Hoy- -' Knee Pants: T.'.c trainee, Boys' Brownie Overalls: T.v ral. ; sale price Men' sc. 00 values; ale price $4.00 values; anle price M JO mines; ale prion $8.80 values; s tie price --- Men's Shoes $8.48 2.48 - Men's Hats 2.!8 2.48 Men'- Poll Hats, $8 values: sale price $1.73 Men's Felt II its. $9.80 values, sale price 86c Men's Straw Hats. $3.60 values; sale price 1.48 Men's Straw Hats, $1.85 value-- : ale price 98c Mpii"- - Straw Hats, $1.60 value-- : sale price 48c Men's l'alin Beach and Silk Hats 43c -- Ladies' Ready-to-We- ar Skirts Ladies' white wash Skirts; latest styles; $3 values; sale price .$1.98 Ladie- -' white wash Skirts; S2 values .98 Ladies' white wash Skirts; $1.80 values .79 Ladies' Skirts; latest sport stripe; i. 50 val. .98 Boys' School Shoes Value- - up to $4.00 !t2.t8 2.28 2.25 $.80 values $3.00 values Men's Furnishings Men's Dress Shirts; $2 value-- ; sale price $1.48 ,96 Men'- - Dies- - Shirts: $1.60 val.; sale price Men"- - Dress Shirks; 76c mines: anle price .48 .Men'- - Work Shirts: 76c values: sale price .48 ..V.t Men'- - Wot k Shirts; 76c values: sale price Men'- - Tie-- : 7."e ealues; tile price .45 Men'a Ties; 60c values: ale price .19 .11 Men's Tie-- ; 2.)c values: sale price :t Men's Cotton Ulovea; 12c values: sale price 9 Men's Cotton Ho-e- ; 16c values; sale price .21 Men's Supporters; Boston or Paris -- Ladies' Shoes Ladies' Hightop, naif; plain toe; $6 value $3.48 Ladies' doth top: patent and dull: 85 value 8.98 Ladies' (ivpsy boot; 84.60 value 2.'.s Pump; .ft value Ladies' four-oa- r 9.96 Women's Calf Pnmp; 4.50 value 2.98 Women's Patent Pump,cluth top; $4.50 val. 9.98 Women's White Canvas Pump; 88 value 1.73 Miaeee' Velour Baby Doll Puma: 94 value 2.48 lot Ladies' Shoes: Special 1.48 Dry Goods Poplin worth 25c, per yard Marquisette worth 15c, per yard Wool Crepe worth 86c, per yard White Madras worth 25c, per yard 1 lot of linen worth 40c, per yard Ladies' Fibre Silk Hose; 00c values Raincoats worth $8.00 17c 9c 2tic 17e 23c 38c $3.98 Men's Underwear Men'- - Balbrijrean Union Suits; T.'e values Men'a Ath'etic Union Bolts; 76c values Men". Athletic Separata pieces; 8&C values Men'- - Heavy Weight; 75c values Man's medium weight; 76e values Uns' in erwear; T6c values 48c 48c 23c 48:: -- . 48c . O 3!c Golden Rule Store, A Cloverport, Kentucky paid to the borrowers. The Bank at Louisville is being operated more economically than the average of twelve banks in the United States and has loaned more than the average. It is expected that after a year's operation the other purpose for which these banks were primarily organized will be manifest. That Is, money will be more generally borrowed for farm improvements, the improvement of livestock and in greatly Increasing the number of persons engaged in agricultural pursuits. The bonds are being made a gilt edge investment by the strict scrutiny of all lands where application for loans are 1 made and in no instance is anv amount The Federal Land Bank. of more than fifty per cent on the actual cash value granted by the Bank. The Federal Land Bank of Louisville enzanethtown News. has received applications for loans amounting to more than $8,0U0,0U0 and Itching piles provoke profanity but has approved of applications of over profanity won't remove them. Doan's 3,500,00(1. Ointment is recommended for itching, (inio and Indiana jointly regresent bleeding or protruding piles. 60c at about one third of the loans approved, any drug store. Kentucky one third and Tennessee one third. The great bulk ot the applications come from farmers who owu thin Homes Secured for 50 Delegates laud and at least ninety per cent of the applicants want to burrow from the The Ladies of the Baptist church Federal Bank to pay off a debt already Aid Society held there monthly meeton the land. The long term for which ing on Monday of last week, at the money is loaned by the Federal Land home of Mrs. Marion VVeatherholt. Bank and the low rate of interest en A committee was appoiuted to secure courages the cancelling of mortgages in homes for the delegates who are exfavor of the unusual terms and condi- pected here to attend the Baptist astions upon which money can be secured sociation, Aug. 29th. With few ej- con the Farm Loan act. ceptions, the members present respond The Ellzabethtown Farm Loan As- ed very liberally and entertainment for sociation was the first in the district to fifty persons was found that afternoon. get Us charter, the first to gar. a loan At the conclusion of the business and the first to have its applications ap session, Mrs. Weatherholt served lea proved, titles perfected and money cream and cake to the women. URGENT CALL FOR TEXAS WONDER. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, KNITTED ARTICLES. cures diabetes, weak and lame hacks, rheumatism, and Irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Itegulates bladder troubles Comes From Major Murphy in iu children. If not sold by your drug-- ! gist, will be sent by mail on receipt France. Wants 200 Articles of $1. 00. One small bottle is two mouths' treatment, and seldom fails From This Chapter. to perfect a cure. Send fcr sworn tes-- I I ' Things Which are Bad For All Babies. Tat matrass of the Clovsrport Red Cross Society received atelcprain from J, .1 O'Otumr, director of i antral division with the i nclosed cablegram from Major (irayson Murphy in France which reefs "Last winter broke the record fur cold and misery among people here Kxpressahly dread coining winter find .i;c us williout supplies to meet the Situation, arVS you ou In naif of our soldiers and those of our allies who will suffer in their frozen trenches, and also thotii inds of French and Belgian being returned refugees, through Swil.erland to Krauee cveiy-onlooks to Ameiica. Begin shipping at once, llMft,0M each of w.u m knitted articles requested They must eoine before cold weather and in view of shortage of fuel and other discomforts they will be of incredible value in both military and civilian work." The Cloverport Chapter's allotment of this requirement is M sweaters, 50 mufflers, fl pairs wristlets, 50 pairs e Dr. E. W. Hall, 111 Olive timonials. Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by Young Women take Religious Vows. kapmsivs rsiasMialal took place Wednesday t Ml St. Joseph's convent win rfl eleven novices pronounced the An for one year. Rev. JoSSpk Peal Volk, a ileleate of the Kl. kev. 1). O'DoeMgtMM, I). 1) MS the ofliciatiiiH clergyman of the day. The Rev. kayiuolld I'avne, of k.iywiok, Kv wa-- . mister of en Minnie-- , during the solemn exercises, the sermon for the aSSSStM hstag delivered by the Rev. I. if. Spudding. Te)OM taking the vows were: Sister Mary David, Kendall, Louisville, Ky.; Sister Mary Joseph l'eterson, Si. Mary, Ky Instlds Livers, linley, Ky.; Sisler MaiietU leuwiik, Uuiontowu, K). Sister Hilary O'Kricii, ( Iwensboro, Kv Sister Veronica Henediet, Louis ille, Kv Sister Mary Kdna Kobinsou, Morgauiicld, Ky.; Sister Angeliue Maltingly, Cloverport, Ky.; Sister l'aul Joseph Mattingly, St. Joseph, Ky,; Sister Ophelia Kaley, Morgaufield, Ky.;' Sister Jossetta Cravens, Raywick, Ky. Owensboro Inquirer. POSJSJ , ; M-t; Allowing a person with a cough or a Violent rocking, bouncing and cold to hold the baby play at any time. Sneezing and coughing in the baby's Play of every sort after feeding. face. Kissing the baby in the mouth either Allowing any person with tubercuI'aciliers. by the family or by strangers. losis to take care of the baby. Thumb sucking. Testing the temperature of the baThe baby is not a toy or plaything, Soothing syrups. by's milk by taking the nipple iu the but a great responsibility its health, mou;h. Pats at medicines. growth and happiness depends largely Sucking on empty bottles. Whisky or gin for supposed colic. on you Save The Babies. Sleeping on the mother's breast Dirty playthings, dirty nipples, dirty while nursing . bottles, dirty lioors. Une way to relieve habitual constipaWaterproof diapers except for teni. Sleeping in bed with the mother. tion is to take regularly a mild laxative. penary use Spitting on the handkerbhief to re Doan's Kegulets are recommended for move dirt from baby's face. Moving picture shows. this purpose, tit a box at all drug stores. FIFTEENTH-ANNUA- L KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Louisville, September Supreme Championship of America in 10-15, 1917 Flve-Gafted Horse Show History Saddle Mors r"-i- u- fl 1 f fff AA J,J UU.UU Ten Big Act. (LATEST ai.l.Sl.t. HIPPO DRO M E" Band A of Forty OWW. socks. The members of the Society will dc cide this week what they will do with the call. I HIS OF INDOOK ATTBAl TION8 KV Kit HKADIIFUI. HART SHOW PARADE MIDWAY or MISIS. ItUIIIC AND MOVING MASSBS Kednced Railroad Kates. CslaUfaM itSr ASSrssa KOI N I T. ae u.p.bht ItWR. SMreUrr. iialac. laSksSJa Read The Want Column his last settlement ;,ll delinquent polls at TO THE VOTERS BRECKINRIDGE OF Of COUNTY. I the Breckenridge County Fiscal Court at its April Term. i lltf I'nutnr Iv V Havinfc received my nomination for cv. ;(T f iimrlc mrirlffp Coaaty. in tile primary without opposition, I now wih to thank the republicans for thus lioimr-- i tin me. Should I he elected in November, as confidently hope to he, I will have been the first Sheriff from my district in a great many years, and for this reason and others my friends every where and especially the people from this side of county and Ministerial District, as well as myself, will most sincerely appreciate it and thank 5 M for it. Having served you for four years as Deputy Sheriff, I feel that I am aquaint-ewith the duties of this important office, and in that connection, I wish to say that so far, I have associated with me on that ticket, as Dupties, V. Curt Tate of Cloverport, and William H. Gibson of Sample. Both of these gentlemen have served you in this office during the last I four years as associates of mine and feel sure from information and personal knowledge, that their services have been entirely satisfactory, to their constituents and the tax payers in their respective tetitories. Now I wish to appeal to all voters, regardless of citizens and taxpayers, politics, for their support, if they feel that I and we. have made you good public servants and been true to our responsibilities and faithful dischargae of our duties. If jou will I wish to say for myself and deputies, that it shall be my ambition and purpose to make Breckinridge County the best official of which I am capable Thanking you for your kindness in the past and support in the coming campaign, I am, Sincerely Yours, Jesse B. Carman. Adv. 1 1917. fSj.yoajajen, sawvating to the ssss c.f Heard is fqO.Oo, wherefore said A charged in his sett'ement with tin MM sum of fdJ 00 as follows hwH; MMOl Fund, Fund, $36.0'); Cetirral 36 Oo. Road Fund. flCfft l',e;rd. Sheriff of Breckin Came A ridge conntv, with the I otntnisMc .tier He's A Cloverport Man I Fense I BIGSPRING The services closed at the Baptist church Thursday evening with fourteen additions, Mesdame Frank Hilf, Shell Whitter, lirmiue Amons. Misses Ruth Witt, Bessie Kichardnon and Sue Net Miller. Messers Tom MeCause John McAtee, and Will Witt, Harry Miller, Louis Amons, Sherman Thornhill and Raymond Robinson. Mrs. Judith Stith, Chattanooga spent last week with her nieces, Mesdame Van Nelson and L. C. Kemper. Rev. K. P. Deacon returned home Sunday after a two weeks meeting at Constantine. Mesdames C. C. Martin and J T. Morris were guests several days last week of Mrs. Doc Sprirjgate at Custer. School opened last week with Mr. Burnett as teacher. Rev. Harvey English returned to Stephensport Friday and Everett English to Beria. The vote made and carried out to have Rev. Everett English to assist In a meeting the first two weeks in August of 19i8. For earache, toothache, pains, burns, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil, aspIeDdid re'medy for emergencies. scalds, GETS BACK HIS $55. Doctor's Money Returned After Going Through Laundry Processes. Diinville. 111. Dr. W. A. Surratt of s this city Is brokM of the habit of money in his so. k. following tho temporary loss of $."," in currency a few ihiys ggo. lie is now of the 0pin (on that tho "women's national" is not a safe plix o, despite the testimony of hundreds of women to the contrary. The money disappeared in some Brail iriOOS milliner, nnd ho inserted an advertisement faint hope of in a newspaper in tb obtaining some tract of it. He mi surprised when called up on the telephone and Informed by the proprietor of a laundry that his money hud been foiunl after it hud SjOOG through all I he processes of the luun-dry- . put-tin- Not a Gift. "Dill her father (live the bride a way 7" "No. Ho said that would be a silly custom when he knew very well that In a few weeks they'd both be back living at his expense." Detroit Free Press. Breaking It Gently. Pupil Now that you have heard my voice, would you rei oinniend cultivation? Teacher No; conservation. The I.anih. experience -- In the extract of suffering. Arthur Helps. WILL POWER. No one likes the dead eyed man whose face ehows that he has tasted the drege in the bottom of the cup of experience, but William Maxwell, writing in Collier's, eaye there ie an attraction in the level eyee of the man who drege and pushed has seen eup away. the heretofore appointed to settle with him, At a regulir term of the Breckinridge nnd presented in open court their report 8:35 a. m ii 9:48 p. m. 8:35 a. m.. 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. Countv Fiscal Court, continued and held and settlement which report anil settle in and for Breckenridge county at the ment was examined in open court by Court House in Hardinsburg, Ky., on each member thereof, together with the Wednesday. April 4, 19I". County Judge and County Attorney said PULLMAN PULLMAN Present: Hon. D D. Doweil, presid- settlement shows that said A. T. Beard SLEEPERS SLEEPERS ing Judge of the Breckenridge Cour.ty has in his hands due the School Fund Fiscal C urt, and the following named the sum of I1973S 08; Sinking Fund $896 Railroad 71; Bridge bund fooTli; Justices of the Peace, C. K. kobbin", J.J. Keenan, S. I). Cox. Fund $30111 .30; Road Fund ill 1st Mag. D. C. Heron, Abe Bennett and W. W. Dist. $2.11761; 2nd Mag Dist Fund High-ClaBaxter, being all of the Justices of the $179.4.14; 3rd Mag. Dist. I1417 "s: 4th Coaches Observation Parlor Cars Peace in Commission in Breckenridge Mag. Dist. t.2o4no";; Jth Mag. Dist. TRAINS LEAVE UNION STATION TENTH AND BROADWAY county. $1015 32 and 6th Mag. Dist. $1(51 12 Came the Committee heretofore ap- And it further appearing that the Pauper City Ticket Office: Fourth and Main pointed to answer the communication l'und is overdrawn in the sum of $726 39 of H. C. Murray, County Attorney, and and the General Kxpense Fund overBoth Phones 1134 made report and presented a written drawn in the sum of $69! 43. On moanswer, and thereupon on motion and tion of Ksqnire Heron, seconded by Ks second the answer of this court to the quire Robbins, a yea and nay vote being F. PENN. H. L. SWEENEY. communication of H. C. Murray, Conn taken, resulted as follows, viz; Ksqnire E. M. WOMACK. ty Attorney, was unanimously approved Robbins, yea; Keenan, yea; Cox, yea; T. P. A. c. p. . 6. P. A. and signed by each member of the Heron, yea; Bennett, yea; and Baxter, court, and it is ordered that the same yea; whereupon said report and settleKY. be spread upon the records of this court. ment is now approved and adopted and week, except in case of emergency when The said answer is as follows, ordered to record. said hands may lie recpiired to work any April 4, 117. It is further ordered and directed by number of days in any week or year to Hon H. C Murray, the Court that A. T. Beard, Sheriff of meet such emergency, and that all Road Hardinsburg, Ky. Breckinridge county, pay to the Treas Overseers require the road hands in their My Dear Mr. Muiray: urer of Breckinridge county, the sum of Districts to comply with this order as We had your letter which was read in (9.738 (H due to School Fund, and the required by law. open court, and we were all very much sum of $896 08 due the Sinking FilmlAnd whereas at a meeting of the touched by it. In spite of your extreme and the sum of $."167 4I due Bridge Fund County Board of Education of Breckinsickness you were true to the traditions ami the sum of $301)1. 30 due the Railroad ridge county, held on the 3rd of March, of your family in thinking of others beFund and the sum of $2517.61 due the I9I 7, it was ordered that an advaloiem fore self. Weapprtciate the kind invi- Road l'und in the 1st Mag. Dist and tax of 20 cents be levied on each ItoO oO tation to eat dinner at your expense and the sum of $1793 in the 2nd Mag worth of property, and a per capita tax accept the same with pleasure that will Dist., and the sum of f 1447 78 in the 3rd Of poll tax of $l.o on each SSSls citizen only be marred bv your not being able Mag. Dist the sum of $2048 87 in the 21 years of age or over, be levied cxrept to be with us to act in person as host. 4th Mag. Dist and the sum of $1015.32 suc h as may be exempt by law, and We will sorely miss your kindly genial in the 51I1 Mag. Dist.. and the sum of whereas a copy of said order has been Not only do we, your colpresence. presented to this Court, it is now ordered floia.32 in the 6th Mag. Dist. leagues, on the Fiscal Court, miss you It appearing that the Pauper l'und is and directed by the Court that the in our deliberations at this term of the overdrawn in the sum of 726.39 and the School Tax for the year I917, as providCourt, but the whole citizenship of our General lvxpeuse Fund is overdrawn in ed in Section 89 and 99 of the School county will miss your wholesome coun- the sum of $691 63. it is hereby ordered Laws of I91 8, be In cents on the lloO.OO sel. They love you for the zeal, vigor and directed that the Treasurer pay to worth of taxable properlv anil poll tax and earnestness you have displayed in said A. T, Heard the sum of $726.39 the of 11.00 OB each ill Is citieii. j years your attention to the fiscal affairs of the amount Pauper of age or over, resident of Itreckini idge in the overdrawn county and we, all of us, most deeply Paled as shown by said settlement count except iii graded school districts 'PALATABLE1 sympathize with vou in your protracted out of any money 011 hands due aaJd in the countv and such other Instances KTTH THAN CAIMUL OK QUfMNE. (Contains no AffMk) illness and pray God, who is most mer- Funds, and if he has not sufficient as are excepted by law, and a Yes and THE OLD RELIABLE ciful and all wise, to restore you to per- amount on hands due said h'unds to pay ffmy V()U. being taken on s lid SSOthM fect health, that you may have long overdrafts, he is hereby authorized. Luitt., ;,s f,,ow lo-Raqntre Uob. As well m Remedy for Chills and Pcrcrs, M.ilan.il Pewit, Swanp Pcven and lift's happiiuss in the bosom of your empowered and directed to issue an oh- - ,lls BftlmM l"irrs. Just what ft u nenl at this season. Keenan. w .i, Cos, c.i; HcTOM infinite wis. ligation against Breckinridge County to family. Should God in his vt..i; lvudt v,..,; .m, Baxter, yea, Mild dom see it differently and to whose will pay said overdrafts at as low rate of in is declared reupon said inoiiou we must all know it will be given to ou terest as possible, said obligations if Is- - I adopted At Druggists. 50c and $1.00 Bottles Try it. Don't Take Any Substitute. mil made the older of this to hear that welcome plaudit, "Well c sum,.,) by the lountv Court. l.,lt PRE PAR E D BY done, thou good and faithful servant." Judge and County Treafurer and attesteil On motion duly made, seci dad and Thanking you again for your kindly by the County Clerk under his seal Incoruoratt'd Carried, Court adjourned until tomorrow thoughtfulness, and with the earnest LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY On motion of Ksqnire Heron, seconded at 9 o'clock' A M hope that you will again soon be with by Ksqnire Baxter, it is given as the D 1) DOWBIX. J. B. G us at the Council Table. We are, with sense of this Court, that a Kami Agent (to be continued) sNefSfe'li most profound regards. be employed in and for Breckinridge Yours most sincerely, is informed that county, but as the Court D. C. Heron, LODIBURG an efficient agent cannot be secured beW. W. Baxter, fore the 1st of August, itll, further acD. D Dowel), tion is postponed. Abe Bennett, Mrs. Walter Adkisson and daughters, It is ordereil by the Court that the folvisited her parKeenan, J. J. be and they are hereby Missei Ruby and Eva, lowing claims We oiler you the happy eoiiihination of a superior stoek, C. E. Robbins, ents, Mr. and Mrs Luby Avitt, of Rayallowed: S. II Dix a larue assortment, and the fairest prices. Kvery article mond, last week. A M. Hardin, furnishings for Mr. and Mrs. Pat Barr, of Louisville, shown is the best of its class every class represented is va$ 9.0o Came A. T. Beard, Sheriff, BreckinPauper ried and complete. You will approve of our very reasonable ridge county, for himself and deputies, J no. I). Babbage, claim itemized. 76 75 visited Mrs. Barr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Ray, of Rhodelia, last week. and after being duly sworn, presented in C. V. Robertson, Clerk's fees prices. Come even if it is necessary to come without know151 65 open court a list of erroneous assessments in itemized lohn W. Brown visited his sod, S. C. ing why. YtM will tint! very L'ood reason- - when vou see the 6 0(1 Brown, of Louisville, last Saturday aud the sum of 4s, I32.OO at 25 cents on the M. L Harl, Pauper coffin many splendid opportunities wc offer. It is M L Conkwright, Tax erro$100.00 making a total of 1 3 58 Sunday. Court now ordered and directed by the neously assessed for Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Doweil and chil T. C. LEWIS, Watchmaker Hardinsburg, Ky, H 80 that the said A. T. Beard be allowed the County purposes dren, of Illinois, were the week end and that the same be Record Press, Receipt Book sum of fl I3 sf, of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kiie-.t2 5O credited 011 the Railroad Fund in his for l'auptr commissions. Will Keys. settlement, and further Titles erroneous- Ospett OillingWSterS, Tax erroMr. aud Mrs. Herman Lancaster are neously assessed for ly assessed to the amount of 64 at IS.J)i liuie receiving congratulations over each amounting M lt0.l) it is unlet! 5U Couuly purposes irl that CMM to make her home witli A. 1. Heard be allowed a the lot- that the said It is ordered b the Court that them the IttB. she has been named credit of said sum in his settlement U lowing persons be exempt Irom pavine, Lahova Jewell. follows: General Expense Fund, I54.OO; iKill lax: Francis D.ilton, Miram Wecd-niat- i Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Gibson are re Bridge School Fund, 164.00; Road and and Qeotgo Gilbert, ceiviti); COngfntnletioDi over a little cjrl Fund, tjp.00. In Ke I9I7 Levy. that eSWS to live wit ineinon the IHth. It is further ordered and directed thai On motion duly made, seconded and 1 uftftfttt jam Payns and Ada Pearl MIssm E.-A. T. Heard be and he is hereby allowed carried, it is ordered that the Levy in Payue were vi itinc. Miss Mildred 1'air, exoneration 011 097,409.00, SffOMOMlj A w;iy In ofl!i U during Breckinridge eouriy for the year led;, Imingion, Ky. Office Hours: p. Ill ufltr' bo tint. assessed, and that be be gives credit m be IS cent 011 the llOO. UO value ot of Clifton Mills, last Sou lav. with the following taxable property divided into J funds, t.i his settlement Wallace Parks, of Krj mire, was at amounts, town: School Fund at JO wit. General Kxpense l'und, winch shall UsidllSlsWg last ri ilnrday to be excents on the flQO.00, amounting to include the salary of all olhceis and all amined for military duty. Hi Koad and Bridge Fund at S cents current expenses lo cents, Sinking l'und Mrs. Wallaos Parks and son visited to H43 52; 2 cents, Pauper l'und, 6 cents, anil each Mrs. S. V. Parks, of Irvingtou, last bat on the $100.00, amounting General Kxpense Fund at 10 cents 011 tax so levied shall not be directed to an urdav and Sunday. the flOo.OO, amounting to y7.1o; Pau- other purpose that tor which it was Mis. Fox, who went to Illinois some per Fund at 6 cents on the f 100 00, levied, except as prescribed by law, and lime ago to viMt frieuds, surprised her amounting to $."18.44 Sinking Fund at 2 further that there be levied a per capita, niauv Itieuds by KcltiuK married to Mr. cents oil the fdoO.oO, amounting to $!u 48 or poll tax on each male citizen 21 years ( ten e Bruce. Came A. T. Beard, Sheriff of Breckin- of age or over, resident in the county Charlie Payne, of Louisville, visited deputies, iforesaid tj,50 and said poll tax so levied ridge county, together with his his family last week. W. C. Pate, A. J. Dye, J. B. Carman and shall be apportioned to the following Basham visited her parMiss for Road purposes 5" W. H. Gibson, who after being duly purposes, ents, Mr. and Mis. Jerry Basham, of sworu according to law, turned into cents, and tor (ieueral P.xpense l unu RaydeOeyd, last Siturday and Suuday. Court their lists of Delinquents as foll.oo, ami the said tax of 50 cents, Miss Kauuie Swink, of King Mills, O., Dist., shall be devoted to work upon and ex1st Dist., 297; and lows, 4U1 Dist., 222; 5th pense of working the public highway in is the yue.st of f Devils here this week. 1O5; 3rd Dist., I72; Dist., 13I; and 6th Dist., 201; making a the District in which it was collected, James Wellington, of I'uiou Star, vistotal of 21O8 111 the entire county. Upon and further for road and bridge purposes ited his daughter, Mrs. Chas. Pa ne, motion of lvsquire Heron, seconded k) be and remain at the same as heretofore la .t Satuiday and Sunday. 25 cents on the i00.oo in Ksqnire Baxter, it is ordered that the levied, Mrs. Sam Davis, of Mystic, has puraforesaid delinquent lists be allowed the value of taxable property, but divided us chased a new piano. said A. T. Beard, and he is hereby al- follows, 15 cents for roads and A good many from here attended the lowed credit in his settlement with the lO cents for bridges, and further that lax funeral services of Mr )ohnsou at Ray county for the year I916, the amount of collected for road purposes situated in Mr. Johnson died mond last Sunday. lll)8 at $2.20 each each Magisterial District in the county, delinquents, some time ago, but for some reason his making a total of $2,770, s:;me to be shall be allotted to each district, but the funeral was nut preached untill last Ky. credited in his settlement as follows, to- - tax collected for bridge purposes shall be Sunday. 111 the discre110oo; i.euerai expended when necessary wit; School l'uiul, The school at Walnut Grove is proFxpense Fund, $U08.oO and Road Funds tion of the authorities expending same, all hands required to gressing nicely under the principalship and further that $554.06. of Miss Clyde Severs, of Union Star. Came A. T. Beard, Sheriff of Breckiu- - work on public highways by law, shall Hewitt Gibson will commence his Court be required to work 4 days in said year ndge county, and reported to the school tho last Monday of this month. a that be had collected since the date of of 1917. but not more two days in any Who in Clovciport does'nt know the reliable tax collector? The advice of a MM who is 1 well known as Mr Chapm should be well heeded. If vou are one of the manv who suffer from kidnev weakness is there any reason why yon Chapin's should delay following Mr example' Don't wait until dangerous Fright's disease or Uropsv sets in. Mr. CbSpiS savs he found a permanent cure from kidney trouble and a bad bark by using Iloan's Kidnev Pills. Here are his own words. "Fast summer I was down with my bark and kidney trouble," says I,. V, Chapin, tax collector," Cloverport. "As Dora'l Kidney Pills had been recommended to nic nnd seeing their d hi the local paper I got a box at Fisher's Drug Store. In a very short time I was cured and have had no occasion to use Doan's Kidney Pills nor any other medicine since, Doan's Kidney Pills do just as is claimed of them." (Statement given I'ebruary 17, 1912) On October 3O, I9I6, Mr. Chapin said: "The cure Doan's Kidnev Pills made in mentioned in my my case and that former statement, has been permanent." HOc at all dealers. Co, Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. i 1 Foster-Milburn Louisville, Henderson & St, Louis Ry, Co. DAILY TO ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE L., H. & ST. L. RY. ss 8 LOUISVILLE, J t: , 1 1 Hawesvllle Prices Good Until Sept. 15th Come and See us RailyCoal Irvlngton, Ky. , . McGLOTHLAN & SON, .1 HUGHES' CHILL T ONIC Excellent General Tonic ROBINSON PETTET COMPANY , Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic l. I Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Novelties, Etc. I s DH. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... 11 DENTIST M ,' . 111 SOMEONE SAID ; "You're going to have a photo- Li-di- a graph made before you go to the army aren't you?" and you promised. You and your family will be proud of that picture in years to come. Make the appointment today t: Brabandt's Studio Cloverport. Subscribe for The News THE BRECKENRIDGE JOHN I) NEWS BABBAOI . Idilnr and Publisher r Bsrr, Mr. ant Mrs ham. that Mr. Whtworth had Mrs. Pari Hurke, ef Clinton, I ml ; Morton nldernble dilliciiltv in convincing bun that if was "ham what am."1 B irr nd M rv K F. Kruiivh ami ib and not an editor's dream. We of Shlloh. and j con-O-cx- Why dont You ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT. KY.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST The Mv Imt the -- Carpenter. 22. 1917 EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1..10 Cards of Thanks over a rnrpcntrr is slow, With him my patience fails; He CTtfl tops bM work to k Ami manicure his nails i.nkc Mclakt, worth. Tli" writer has been attending sales in this ooUHtf for nearly 10 years, and last Saturday at the Skill mil n sale was the first, time that be ever saw corn sell at a sale thank you. Mr. h i Save? for ?l.8ii. year: 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. l"ar netting iMngl doM in M rush He iloes not care a straw; Fine Motor Trip. Dr. W. B. Taylor and Mr. Taylor and Mrs. Wm. Kendall f livmgton had aud interesting motor trip last week through (ieorgia and climbing the Tennessee mountains. They did not have a puncture or break down the first part of the journey. Dr. Taylor wrote a letter to the Breckcnridgc News telling of his i He'll lay his work aside to hrush His teeth upon Ml saw Boston Transcript Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. .5 For l.iiness there can not lie The Hill "f tli.it lail's; Hi- - work's nexlerteil now, while he If it is not correct please notify us. Kxamine the lahel on your paper. Sits there ami re. els his ail,. Columbia State. WKLGQME! Such lainess in one man stored - UviiiK, I'll admit; A cordial welcome is awaitins: the di'lorato- - and visitors who are If there's a hole already bored, coming to our city next week to attend the Htpckinridge County BapHe will not work a hit. V know that you will do us good and we hope in tist Association. Itirminnham Ae Herald. to do something for you that will forever abide in your mem In spite of all you say, my friends, turn ories. The latch string to our homes and business houses is on the Of good he has his share; lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. in advance. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money outside and all you have to do is to pull and walk in and we trust that when you walk out you will say. '"It was good to have been there." For he brings things to a level, and. His rule is always square. Memphis Commercial Appeal. But work neglected always brings Sure ruin, certain, fall; For the henelit of those who are not thoroughly familiar with the He's feeling Hani Luck's sharpest independent powers who are in a state of war against (iermany, we stin gs, give them here: I'nited States, (ireat Britain. France, Italy, Bus For he has lost his awl. Cincinnati Knqtiirer. sia, Serbia. Montenegro. Belgium, Bumania. Portugal. Greece. Japan, China. Si mi. Brazil. Cuba. Panama. Hayti. Liberia, and the little The carpenter may be quite slow, And talk with quite a stammer, republic of Sun Marino, on the Adratic the oldest state in Europe. But then he's not I knocker, Though he always has a hammer. The Princess' of the royal families are worried for fear they will Memphis Commercial Appeal. have to suffer the humiliation of not getting married as all the men The carpenter may be a sober slob of the royal families are at the ftont. Not taking a drink at any place. We would say cheer up little Princess, for you will have a mini But you know he never starts a job W ith out his little "brace " her of sisters acro- - the pond w ho are in the same boat. Misery Hartford Herald. loves company. The carpenter is healthy and strong, lie works all day with a est. He gives us very Lloyd Georjp'l speech is good for the blues. And the only time things go wrong encouraging reports of the Allies at the front, the success of the When a tool is out of the chest. British troops in Flanders and says the Germans have been slowly retreating during tt.e year of 1917. This all sounds good but what Holy Name Society Picnic. we want to know, how near is the enil The Hoi Name society which con One man is of the opinion thai the i cnmins are waiting to see sists of the men of the St. lt.se Catholic church, cave a P cnic for their how strong the U. & forces will be OH British soil, before they will families last Wednesday at Wclcoino consider any dctii.itc terms of peace. If this be the case lets all pick Ha l, the beautiful country home of Mr. ami Mrs. R Frank Carter. up and go. families re Tin re were twenty-onIt might be suggested to thoM men who have nothing to do but presented, each one bringing a basket sit atotind ami di-- ( uss how soon the war will end. that they could dinner. The picnickers had such a delightful and happy time that the help bring it to an end sooner if they would do their bit and learn to ane Friday left Irvington morning, the 10th and drove Ml miles Friday, spent the night at Left, ManManchester. Tenn. Saturday mornchester 9 o'clock ing for a trip over the Cumber land mountains to Chattanooga which was 78 miles and it took us all day as the road across the mountains was awfully rough. We drove 17 miles across the top of the mountains without seeing a house. Arrived in Chattanooga trip "We Put your Money in Our Bank IS A NATURAL INSTINCT. IT IS SELF PRERER-VATIOWHICH IS THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE. HOW ANY MAN CAN SEE EVERY CENT OF HIS EARNINGS "GO" EACH PAY DAY, AND NOT SAVE SOME OF IT, WOULD PUZZLE ANY FRUGAL MIND. OLD AGE IS SURE TO FIND YOU EITHER PENNILESS OR WITH PLENTY. START A BANK ACCOUNT-YOU'- LL GET THE HABIT AND YOU'LL SOON HAVE A "BIG WAD." COME TO OUR BANK SAVING N THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG S TRUST CO. at 7 o'clock Saturday night to HARDINSBURG, KY. Total Assets Over $850,000.00 We spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Henry. We drove out to Ft. ()glethot e to see the soldiers dril linS and it was iptite a wonderful sight as there were between U,000 and 40, OoO soldiers in camp. We will go from here to Atlanta, (la., to spend a few days and will return by the way of Huntsville. Ala., to Nashville and from there on home." Dr. W. 1!. Tavlor. Offer You Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Mtthvds yAVAVMECURITYAvAVA!VAVAVAVAVAVy GLEM Di-A- r - Careful Attention To Small Accounts We have uniform treatment for all depositors. The man with the small account receives as much consideration as the man who carries a large balance. Only a banker knows how the small accounts increase. From an acorn the great oak grows. Give as a call and let us explain our account system. Courteous treatment to alt knit. We should like to call attention to the fact that all notices of ice cream supper- - and other charity entertainments are charged for at the rate of 10 cents per line. Please do not ask us to mention them in the paper gratis. An appeal is being made to owners of cars to cut out the "joy riding'" and pleasure riding in order to save gasoline. It is estimated that the army and navy will need 350,000 gallons of gasoline. Some folks say that in time of trouble you generally find out who your friends are. If that is so, it will not take Germany very long to count who her friends are. Don't try to jew the other fellow down on his prices. The only thing to do is to raise your prices then you can pay the other man what he asks. if he will The President was judicious on entering the War Mid il loi.ks as DC i as judicious when it comes to the peace settlement; ju-- gee tit to clean the streets during the sumwhy not have a fall cleaning mid gel ready for Mr. Winter; mer, The Council did not Look at the label on your paperand see if your Breckenridge News has expired Ml you can renew. time for the China is the twentieth nation to declare war upon (iermany. New s is reart by 6000 The Bivekcni idge pairs of eye ' ..lil. B. week. Or. TRY HIRE Several from here attended services uaal l.,vf v,u. and Mrs. J. Krymire. at Kaymond Sunday. L. S. Brashear sput several dajri last week in Louisville. Qladri Sketo, of Lodiburg, spent Saturday night with Miss Bessie Lee Brashear. Misses Lydia and Loretta Winter, of Tell City, are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Uodsou. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Burke returned to their home at Clinton, Iud., Sunday . Mrs. R. Bruner and son, Owen, spent old Miller homestead last Sunday with her uncle, M. J. Ray stieel for $2, 00. and family, of Rhodelia. Rev. H. J. Blackburn, of Wolf Creek, tilled his appointment at the school house Saturday night to a large audience. He was the guest of Mr and Mrs Filmora Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Krymire and children spent several days recently with Mrs. Frymire's sister, Mrs. Wade File and Mr. File, of Hardinsburg. II. L. Bruuer, Owen C. Bruner, Joe Robertson, M. J. Robertson, C. L. and W. A. Oodson attended the Skillman sale near Webster Saturday Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Itras!.ear and daughters, Misses Lena, Caroline and Bessie Lee and grandson, Ludwell B, Adkissou, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krewald and daughter, Liunie, and Mariam ComploD, of Raymond, were tile dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paris Barr last Sunday. Morgan brothers and Belva Jaw French and V. R. Dodsou motored from Stephensport Sunday aud were the dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Oodsun and sons. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Brashear and fam ily entertained for dinner Tuesday, Mr. Rev. H. J. Blackburn, of Wolf Creek, took dinner with S. J. Brashear and family Saturday. Yirtis Sketo, of Lodiburg, speut Saturday night with Claud Uodsou. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Still and children, of Raymond, speut Sunday with Otil Severs and family Earl tirahaiu, who is leaching at Mint Spring, spent the MM end with his parents, Mr. and Mr. C. O. (ira-baMisses Mary KryruLe and Floreuce Bruner spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. W, M. Krymire, of Karon. Mrs. M. J. Robertson and little son recently. Mr. Edgar Lewis and family from on High Bradfordsville, Marion Co , are spend ing a few days at his farm near here Conrad Simons has bought the It is the home where he was reared. Hudson houseH on High street for $1,900. Mr. Simons has faith m Motoring Best way of Traveling, He ha: real estate in Cloverport. taken over several pieces of prop Dear Mr. ii... I.n. is. d tind my check for $1.50 my renewal to the erty in the city recently. N.ws Frank Cat ter has refused $5 Brecker.riuBea very for one y.ar. b nau pieasani ana sare sow and teu pigs three days for a retu'n trip. Will tay motoring it a old. d lightful way to travel Our regards to you and family Your A fine shower of rain fell hero S. I). Loyd, Tuesday at 1 o'clock p. m. A Truly, 73I Pleatantridge Ave. shower of gold dollars couldn't of Bexley Columbus, O. helped us more. The Sunday Benool Convention was well attended Saturday. s Several from here attended the Chautauqua .Sunday at Falls of nu mbers concluded to make it an Hough, Ky. nual affair. Miss Clara Whitter has returned ?tsjf from Richmond, Ind., to enter school HMM MMN 0Jt0M at home. FARM AND STOCK. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Monarch. Frank- . i w ,ort s pe n i me weea at .ner lamer I s w fZ?j55E$&55&&?35&7&ZK K. Mr. Monarch has volun- Moorman. Julian Brown sold a car load of tered to the army service. Rev. D. B. Clapp and J. K. Meng hogs and cattle last week. Hogs brought 18 cents and cattle fair began a revival here last Sunday Bro. prices. He will ship 33 head of Clapp it from Texas, a fine preacher. We cordially invite all neighboring cattle this week. churches to come and hear him. B. A. Robertson sold four head Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jones and son March buck lambs for $(57.50. Clide from Jackson, Ky. spent Satur- Worland Carter, of Irvington, day here the guests of J. T. and C. W. was in Louisville last week. HeJunt'8- Mr, and Mrs. Nolie Ashley and son Veiled the Fern Creek Cotnmu- nil y Fair to int some pointers on C. I) spent one day recently with Mr. In- - Doming fair at Irvin'ton. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haycraft, ( V. A. Moorman of Wcisington Spr alter - h very live fanner ami Community builder. He does BttB, ak. came home for examina- things and bas other people help t:;, m he was la the first draft and II is lair this year returned Sunday. inn do them will be bigge and belter than Mr, and Mrs. Pierce Hardaway, ever before ai d il doesn't cost a BeuleyviiTe spent the week end with is now cent to see it. Mr. Cai ier Mr. and Mrs. I). C. Moorman and attsci ing ell of an aero of cucumber-- 1 ended the Sunday School Convention. The acre, he 10 worth a day. Little Lucile Moorman from near says, will yield him $100. McDaniels is visiting her grandmother, .1. W. Cannon, of McDaniels. Mrs. Lucy Hunter. sold last week t'rOO bushels of corn Mr, ana Mrs. j. K. .Meador are at $j per bushel. spending a few days here accompanied .1. W. Cttrwile was- in Hardin-bu- rg by little Kathrine Conrad of l.'loverport. A little girl came to the home of Mrs. Monday and reported line Tom Howaid Nec Kva Owen one day crops around McDaniels. l'ir-mcr- m Ml I !k . The Farmers Bank. Hardinsburg. Ky. Prompt Answers It is the duty of the telephone operator to ascertain the number wanted and ring the bell of the party called. If the called party is slow io answer the operator is as helpless as you are. Most of what you might think is "slow service" is caused by the subscribers not answering promptly. You can help the service by answering your telephone promptly. When you Telephone Smile - John W. Klder has bought, the .. . The tobacco market in this city Rev. Cullum at Irvington and the county over is pretty acBuyers are plentiful and are tive. Bev. W. K. Cullum, President otferinir St A 10 $18 round lor oood College, will crops. Farmers are not mcliued!"f llM Wllke preach at the Baptist church in to sell even at these figures. Irvington, Sunday Aug M at 11 (Mile vvnitwoitn, who attended o'clock A. M. the Skillman sale and brought a Bev. Cullum was a former pashue lunch with him, spied Mi. Bubbage aud concluded to "save tor of the Irvington cLurch and his life" by offering bun a sand- the members are glad to have wich of the good old country ham him with them again. variety. It has been so long since Mr. Babbage had tasted country Now is the time to Subscribe CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated CHAS. HAMBY, Local Manager Try Us for JoblPrlnUng Wednesday after spending three weeks with relatives in Owenshoro and Hen derson. WHPNIiSDAV, A CO, 9 J. 1917 Mate Julin Greenwood nnd Maggie . Ky Greenwood, of Irvington, spent Bntcrpd fttttif I'ost .unHrmit fi w m niter. ai second d i I l.i' u III with Mr, and Mrs Carter. HIS PAPFR REPRESENTCD FOR FOREIGN Ilavi Hemv and II. Gorsuch, of ADVERTISING BY THE Mr Irvington, were here Mondav. Henry was the audi neer for the Skill-maS rS ITii sale. CENTRAL OFFICES Mrs. Kolaml Smith, Mrs. Jane-- Hall NEW YORK AND CHICAGO and daughter, of S'ephensport, were (RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIFY here Thursday to attend the funeral of Chas. Hall. I4TES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. Mary Woo-leMrs. Wooslev and baby, of Holt, were here t a.fiO Monday to attend the sale of the Skill-mafor Precinct and city Offices $ 6.00 For County Offices property. For State and District Offices f 15.00 Mrs. W. S. Deweese, of Kilanstim g, 10 For Calls, per line Wash., returned to Hawesville last 10 For Cards, per line week after a week's vifit with her sisFor All Publications in the interter, Mrs. Lou Sahlie. est o( individuals or expression C. F. Tinius, of Holt, left Monday for 10 of Individual views per line Gordon, Kansas, to be with nis daugh ter, Mrs. Marshall Lee Osborne, who is Train Schedule on ill. Mrs. Tinius will go later. Mrs. C. W. Webb and son, William L. H. & Crafton Webb, of Springfield, Mass , we?e in Chenault last week visiting Mrs Webb's uncle, Mr. Bert Cunningham. Effective June 17, 1917. BOUND Airs. Raleigh Meador was accom t tlM A. M. panied by Miss No. 142 will leave Katherine Contad to 10:11 A. M. ArrWInp Irvlnirton 12:ir P. M. Glen Dean last week where they will Arriving 4 M P. M. No. 144 will leave Clovcrport i;sf P. M. visit y.rs. Meador's mother, Mrs. MoorArriving Irvington. 7:40 P, M. Arriving Louisville 5 :0s A V. man, No. 14B will leave Dover uort M A. M. Arriving Irvlngton Mrs. Marion Weatherholt and MH 7:25 A.M. Arriving I oulsvllle Claudia I'ate, Forest and Leonard WEST BOUND A. M. No. 141 will leave Cloverport will motor to Louisville 12:0!' P. M. Weatherholt Arriving owensboro 12:5-P. M. Thursday and go from there to Lexing Arriving Henderson 1:331'. M. Arriving Evnnsville 7:40 P. M. ton. Arriving St. Louis 7:45 '. M. No. 143 will leave Cloverport Misses Mary I'ate and Louise NichM P. M. Arriving lluwesvllle 0:00 P, M. olas, Messrs. Bernard Morrison, Willie Arriving Owi nsburo M. No. 145 will leave Cloverport Seaton, Forrest Weatherholt, Celestine 1:00 A.M. ArrlvlngOwetiBboro 1:50 A. M. O'Connell and Don Smith attended the Arriving Henderson 2:17 A.M. Arriving F.vansvlllu 7:40 A.M. dance in Hawesville. Arriving St. Louis :30A.M. No. 147 will leave Cloverport Hon. Johj) I'. II iswell, lr., of Louis7:40 A.M. ArrlvlngOwenshoro 9:00 A.M. ville, and Miss Lmnie Haawtll, of CaArriving Hinderson lcutta, Mis;., and Mrs. Gus Shellman.of Hardinsburg, were here Monday to attend the Sktlhllaii sale. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby I'ate motored to Mattinglv last Saturday to attend the (fathered for our Husy Readers. ic? cream supper at the BalltOWO school While there they were the house. Church and Society Notes. guests of Mr and Mrs, Krnest I'ate. Mr. and Mrs. Wave RolT and son. Flovil Carter is visiting in Cfcfcagn. Mr.. Nairn Fata, Miss Marion CI Claudia I'ate .rind James Meador moMrs. Krnest Gregory was fn Louistored to Co tar on Snndav to attend a ville Friday. ivniist revival which is in progress Alvin I'ate visittd his son, Will Pate, at that place. in Kvntisville last DM I;. Lieut. William B. White, who has of Holt, was in town J. K. Robi-.onbeen in camp it Leon Swings, Tex is, Thursday on l)Uiess. has come to Ktotneky to see hi grand Mrs. C, E. Lightfoot is visiting Mrs. mother and aunt, Mrs. Hardin and MiM Mollie Feland in Danville. Forrie Hardin, of Holt, btlore he goes Ivan Hawkins came down from Louis to New Mexico where he will be staville Sunday to visit relatives. tioned. Mr. Wliite was in here Monday. The big beautiful Kockport, Indiana The big Rockport, Indiana, Fair Aug. Fair, August 22. 23, 24 and 25, 1917. 22 to 2s, is noted for beautiful ground-Miss Louise Nicholas is in Hawesville no dust, wonderful natural grove, good clearwater, playing fountains, hygienic visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Kyler. Mary Rose Henrv, of Louisville, drinking fountains, water works, driven Miss is the guest of her uncle, Rev. Father wells, toy steamboats, splendid track, great number of horses, exciting races, Henry, the horse is always fine, good buildings, Miss Anna Belle Harrell, of Stephens-port- , splendid exhibits, agricultural exhibits, is visiting Miss Jennie C. Lennon stock exhibits, long midway, fun on the in Hardinsburg. midway, the best of music, Third RegiLouisville, Mrs. J. W. Johnson, of ment Baud. If you want a Fair book spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. drop a post card to C. M. i'artridge, Horace Gilbtrt. Secretary. Mrs. Harve Douthitt, of Hawesville, spent two weeks here with her aunt. HILL ITEMS Mrs. Lou Sahlie. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bishop motored to Will Tate and Miss MOM Isom spent Horse Cave hist Saturday to see Mr. last Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Bisliop's parents. Jerry Noble, of Kockport, Ind , is is Mrs. David Allen near Skillman. Oscar Dawson spent from Monday till iting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday with relatives in Louisville. John Weiseuberg. IK- was accompanied home by his neiee, Mrs. Tlu.s Lewis ind daughter, Mi-- s Florence Lewis, are here visiting Mr. Mary Hargrove, whose mother CUM on Saturday. and Mrs. Will Mattingly. I.ee Wood accompanied by his mother Held and Miss Dessie Laslie, Howard spent Sunday with Mr. Mrs. Julia wood went to I.ouisyille Satof Louisville, urday to be at the bedside of her grandand Mis. Krnest Gregory. daughter, Julia Falia, who is is growKldred Babbage and Miller Ferry ing weaker of tuberculosis. furnished the music for the dance given Miss Anna O'Reily and Miss Shelly in Hawesville Friday night. Tool were visitors of Miss Gussie Miss Grace Pauley is spending a two Ilurk from Wednesday until Kriday. weeks vacation in Nashville, the guest Adel Keil in the care of conductor Carl of Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Carson. Kenton went to I.ouisyille Friday for Mrs. Joe Sawyer and daughters, two weeks visit to her aunt, Mrs CourtMisses Jane and Mayme Bannon Saw ney Habbage. yer, went to Louisville Monday. Mrs. Hillary Hardin and Mrs. Jim Saturday Miss Tula Babbage was in Irvington Seaton went to Hardinsburg Thursday to attend the Boys' and Girls' returning Sunday. Mrs. Nat Tucker ami Mrs Chas. JackConference of the Ky. S. S. Association. son were all day guests of Mrs. Arthur Miss Mary Elder returned home last Daugherty on Friday. Ed Morrison spent several days at Dam 43 last week with friends. Saui Smith of Ter re Haute, I ml., arWRITE US TODAY FOR His mother Mrs rived Thursday. Smith will return with him for a visit. PRICES ON Charlie Simmons passed here on Tuesday to visit relatives in the country. Trity Taberling spent Saturday in Louisville. Miss Chlora May Seaton and brother, M. D. Seatou went to Hardinsburg on Tuesday and reuiaiued for a week. Vihe Breckenrldfe News. CliiTi-rpcirt- I . v, n lijrht in the-- Methodist church, in rhe presenre 0 very few friends. I Classified II Kpv. M. L. Dyer wns the nfflfia I tin? elerjn man. Tin' In itio nnd gruUBJ, who live I ADVERTISEMENTS in OwMtbOfO MMM Itoff on the fi R4TE 1c Word Each Iruertion iflernoon tntlH accom mined bv I --g. the bride'- - sistei. Miss Don fob. Nun pirns.- notify tht- editor ahaayoa asai sdvertiaeratini rnaroatlaaad hjwon and Mr, Gabbert, A fter the ectcmon v. llie liridul WANIIil) patty with Misses Jeaneite Barn, WASTED y. IU to tin your lions, t II LAN ,s M.O l.l rlulit Tultt Mubbiiirt' and Mildred 1). si loir rhe price IsKy. N v ttoa Hahliiiop were entertained tor supper by Hev. Dyer and Mrs. Dyer. MAUMINIHTf s,,,,.ril itinhi Latke and The party returned to Owens-hor- Planer hands. KlDertenced an n only. (, wiiins imlil Addriss Mr. W. I). Oil borne, 4iio:is. Kirst st Umterllia, Ky. on lh' etoht oelock train. fc-r.11 Pr-- tvv WE HAVE IT NOW! The Very Suit You Want For Work j Th celebrated Lm made. A l I i an the most ind bvtt work nrmcnl ever convmtenl Union-il- k com-fortabi- fj, WORK SUIT ALL IN ONE l Public School Improved. Some vast niiitovemeiits have been malleoli the Public School laiilding and grounds during the vacation months, lM sipiare feet of concrete has been laid for walks by, Mr. Ivl. Whitehead, the contractor. The basement has been enlarged so as it will hold a car load of coal at one time. The walks are four feet wide. 'I here is one leading from each of the three entrances, one on the south side and one walk that encircles the building. Last week work was begun on the grading of the North side yard. The work is being fiuaticeed by the hoard of trustees and the Parents Teachers Association. Everything is expected to be in order for the opening of school. WANTED MISCELLEANOUS wANTKD Von to maaa extra money iy reatiaa thai ipare room or your vacant hoiiM liy running Want Ail. in THE HI!K CKENMlDOK NKVVs No binding Msptmdcri; 8 convenient pockets; fall winging siile pockttS; triple Sewed seams. Save ClOthtng, save laundering, save time, reduce the liih cost of living and o;et a suit todav. Then FOW KOR '0 SALH t The L, St. R'y. acn s in iiiiitn-- :c acres and r caltlvattue ; raon pfoaactive land for corn, tobacco ana I'lovi-rwell watered with it DR sarin and two cisterns; 1 miles asal of Bte pnensaort. nest DaloB st,ir Roadi III roils MW wire feiielm; t hta Sirlni( .mil in nne siarc or uillvutlon. rrtee n .mo H. A. Robartaoa. Itaphaaapors. Ky. : l sai.k Karat dwelling 1 M scfsa Improvements lobs era and stock bavai The Union-all- s for Children Clim-rpor- KOH SAI.K Two uood nilli'h eows Owen Nayasy, tfatpaaaaYaat, Ky. make wonderful play suits. They are made "Just Like Dad's", complete suit that fits well, looks well and pays its cost many, many times in saving stockings, laundry hills and clothing. waaon; price tW. .R.B. NeOlotblaa, Ky. I colt sai.k one2', laeliMiailatwa-laita- a Irvinif-to- See Our Window Display oli PALI on.- Maal saddle BaaiMi new cost s;;n. my prle IBP one sect nnl liand ladles' tadala, olieap. It. II. McGloth Ian, Irvlmnon. Ky. tree; I'OK SAI.K l ull blooded .lrrsi v Cow, Tears nln : fre-- l, lr, I'rlee HI mi i. Itiiodes. uimi Dean. Ky ) .1 J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Birth Announcement. FOR PAL.K Obtap. if taken at oeee. two Incubatom, both In pood shape: One ""o one ItaaffR. narbetl Mall, llurdlnshurif. eug-aa- B (r Local Briefs The stotk worked overtime in this Sale as irood city and left four babies at homes on For new. fair Coniplltlnc I'rlee rlulit. Alt Taylor ,v Co.. Custer. Ky. the Hill. Mr. and Mrs. ('has Morton have I BOS sai.k np acre farm Iff acre level j M son, Koy Morton, arriyed Aug rJ, i!i7. hll Islde acres in uood timber balance uooi land well wiitered:.i roomdvelllnaj tobacco and stock barns ; fae tobacco ana ooo wheat land sltaated on main ilneof HenderMr. and Mrs. Kenz Tucker are very son Ronte. Kor price and farther Inform Clover happy over the arrival of a little girl port, write The Ky. on Aug She has not recieved her name so far. s ; n I . Ky. Why Don't You Buy Your Boy or Girl A SHETLAND PONY? They will live nnd ksep f .t mi (tram bIom tnd vmi eu ahvaTi Buh then in tot more than ti e patehne price, Wt bave cut oar prieeiti half nnd will -- ooo V. G. BABBAGE Notary Public Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allen have another sou, arriving Aua. 15. ooo Collects Notes and Account?. Draws Deeds Mr. of and. Mrs. James Hurkc on cciving cangr.'itu'atioMs ato re tha arrival Mactflfff and Other Contracts i J vim Cloverport. times Kentucky Pure Bred Shetland Ponies, guarantead sound in Every respect for . Either Spotted or Solid Color. second sc.. He will ba christened, John Burk. Aug. 17. .t i . bv iminersinn. twice MIM Other ," to foreign m s way: contrlnatcvj si n. made lov.- to nine ufas (ridovrs, Mr. and Mrs. John Wt isenberg h ive got and then got dedoif bit 311 time received the anuoini .cinent of the feated." Blixabetbtown News. cf Richatd Norman Noble. Aug I4MI1 I9I7 He is the sun of Mr. aril Steinherd-Carte- r. Mrs Jerry Noble, Hcckpotl, Ind. ttnre 000 GREEN BROS. Falls of Rough, Ky. , rVDnounconoDl bat ippn r eeived here of the miiiringi! of Mr. Floyd Carter, of this city, Aug. anil Miss Dajrniar SteiBMrd, of Dear Mr. Habbage: Another order Cliii'itcjo. The weddino; took place for the Ureckcnridge News for four in Chicago. Tuesday, August '21. Feel like I can't do without months. my honie paper. Yours Itespectfuily. Louisville Stock Market. Mrs. Lora KiLgsbury. Hog Choice heavies, '210 lbs. 24.'! North L. Tulare, Cal. and up, .f 19; 105 to 210 pounds, $18.75; 120 to 168 pounds, $17.75; Mr. J. D. Babbaae: Please find pigs, $14. 50(" $15.75; roughs sold enclosed check for one dollar for which for $17.88 down. Best , $14.406916.00; Lam b send me the News. Alton, Kansas. G. W. Hashsm. seconds, $6.60Q$10 50; culls, $7(" $8; best sheep, .t7.75("$S; bucks, $6 down. Secure Commissions Renewals. Have you seen the Courier, dear? Aug.-18-191- - WASHINGTON, Aug. l.i, Among the commissions announced at the Officers' Reserve camp at I, eon Springs, Tex., to day were: Captain of infantry (Officers Reserve), Addie McDowell. Isouvil'e, Ky. b'irst leutenata infantry (Officers' Reserve Corps ), Joe M Colley, Anchorage, Ky. Second lieutenant infantry (Officers' William Blackburn Reserve Corps), White, Cloverport, Ky. Y. W. A. A CHANCE All Those FOR MARRIED MEN. Lawn Fete. g church. lawn fete wasgiven Monday ever-inat the home ol Mis Fiank C Ktrry the members of the Young Women's Association of the liaptist Tne lawn was lighted with Japanese lanterns which landed cuchtiuteinent to the jubliant joung people and made a pretty aspect to the passers by. Fruit and ices were served to the twenty-two guests who were present. A Defeated Candidate. Ku-lo- Pianos and Player Pianos pianos. Twenty good second-han- d Special bargains while they last. TWILIGHT WEDDING A sweet and simple wedding was; that of Mins Mary UobiiiHon and Mr. Samuel Human, which was solemnized Saturday at twi- - Samuels-Bitt- el Music Co. f ha Star that Made Oasnibsro Musical" IN W. Third t 0WENSB0R0, KV. Hvnin DtslaravU, Lewis Moorman, David Davit, stone rt primary last Saturday gives the folMiller, Lilbaro Allen. Qnorgta lowing inventory of his campaign Four at a Time. Me. Haswell, Luev Whitwurih, losses. The stork paid a visit to Mrs. Arthur "Lost four months and 23 days can- Treniain at Rochester, Mich., and left Miriam Kineheloe. Kathleen Mil ler anil Monna Hall. Miss Tida vassing; lost 1, i i'.i hours of sleep tlunk- - three jjlrls and one boy. Mercer, of HardiBanavt. WM a ing a unit tha election; 43 acres of corn visitor at the eniifeieiiee. land a whola sweet potato crop. Lost Matrimonial Candidatsa. 'two front teeth and a lot of hair in a Anion); the curious advprliseuieiils Out of Town Visitors. personal encounter with opponent. imbllshed in a paper of the Punjab, Donated one beef, four shoats and liva ludlu, is one of u WHg man win: The foUowing Mthnaiattic Musheep to couutry barbecues. Gava wishes to inurry. He says : "I am of soiis were here Friilav ataeing to physique and excellent attend a banquet n.,dsoti,e ehapter away two pair of sutpeuders, fqur handsome calico ilreisas, five dollars and thirteen health. My family is descended from work willi the Cloverport i hapler. baby rattlers. Kissed I'M! babies, kindl- the resiieetable custe of the Khalrls. They were: Jewso VVbitworth, I am twenty one years old uud wish to ed I4 kitchan liras, put up eight stoves, Hud u .Inline l. I). Dowell. V. S. BsVll MMh Kill helweeti foiiileen and cut I4 cords of wood, carried 2 buckets elu'liteen who bus good health, literary and Abe Meador. I Inuliiisbury;; of water, picked nine bales of cotton, Hev. J. K. Mens, J. g Wilson, lustes mid is of tfooU imieulaKe." gathered seven loads of corn, pulled the en- (ilen Moorman, (ilen I lean; Joe Allot her notice announces 476 bundles of fodder, walked 4,1)46 gagement of a lad, eleven years old, M. McCrews, Ha read, ami Hon. miles, shook hands U,u86 times, told "who knows how to speak Hindu, Qur-n- i V. K. Ileiiiiinsjrei, Louisville. nk lii, Urdu, Persian and Dullish; hi. 1100 lies and talked enough to make wish Not Such a Glorious Job. In print one thousand volumes size of who is still lu school and does not to marry before he la thirteen (!), aa the patent oltlca reports. Attended 16 he wlahea to continue hie atudlas." First Kookic How do you like the ravival meetings, was baptizad four One of the defeated candidates at the Who Are Dissatisfied May Join Georgia Man's Company A regiment of diaaatiaflad marrlad iupii is tin Hnaatkn Unit has mm from Rome, Ga., to t?ou tribute to tba Ka.vi'ty of nations anil raUsTM the tennty sity of ttoMns which abaocba gaasl American now that a t ea limit ion has MM "f what the war will really mean to the TjRitOd Stall's. Tba French, with their wonderful nu- nior nnd Inexhauatttjla wit In the face id death, bare tangnl the world that fun and the most anbtliM patriotism can live togatisaf, and it is no discredit to a wtrlraaa thai tin- slaaaanl f filters Into tin- war news us it bus done in other conntrlea. A pvoailncul lantlaman of Roata, Cutu, whose inline Is withheld for very obvious reasons unit whose wife is said to bp a strom.' woman, announced the other day that, Inasmuch as the conscrlp-tfolaw is unfair to marriisl men, he was petal to raise a company of dis satlslied benedicts. He is said m have pit so inuny In reafavaae to the call for volun leers that his wife cal lei I at his olllce and solemnly Infoinnsl him that the joke hail ,;one quile far enough. im-niu Yes! We cant do without that Evans-villCourier in our family Conference bright young the Boy a mill la e Attend Boys and Girls The following Dr. Hat i R.I. Stephenson Qlru Coefarenop week: people iitteniled Irrington lni DENTIST Permanently tocalsd In Hardinsburg. Office n Matumc Buildmu ti.Fmerlt utcupied H E Hi ...ii. bv Or R. B. McGlothlan Dealer In IHVINdlON. KY. Second Hand Goods Business Solicited -- - i lea of l viliK fet jour MMlV" Scrnud KiMikii' ilon't iiiiml the UsM ol dv i"H for my onintrv, lut I'm lilissui it I like ihi juli of patting potatoes for her. I a land inner. Visiting In Lewisport. - RUaa Miller and Mr-- . Miller Dellaven, of llardiusburg, went (o lewi.spurt Monday to viait Mr. and Mr-- . John M. lleodnck. M BRITISH REfiEW nniwr nil oniaiir umvt un mum Storm SEA SLUG STOWS w . Trenches Heavy and Inflict Casualties. FIGHTING ON OTHER FRONTS On the Somme Front, British Forces Trenches Between Raid German the Towns of Lampire and Bony Allies Conduct Air Raid. Boy inn Talc nf II Rnat Hunline. Told bv an American a sr- 1 111 UlUlg O' and Who Did the Who Served For Months With the British Patrol Ihrilling and Perilous Work That Is Now Being Done by Hundred of Other American Boys. was leading thp line IMHH nf h'r rnnk, signaled to lis that we were after n submarine wliirli a hydroplnue liiirf sighted off the Isle of Wight Tltcn we settle down ncaln, and except fOr a SCSled Moh mi the faces of a of men and rather nervous, fat end Jesti on the lips of others r;e are plowing nhead Just as hodae. Nothing has happened cx cpl the tewing torpedo of the bout in front f us in the line fouled a submerged spar or a hti of wreckaga ami exploded light under our bow. "If we had been a few yards (loser we WOUM never have bean there any inure." As we realized what had happened our tongue were loosened, and If the n Id have crew of the boat ahead hi ml what we said about them we would have li st their friendship most assuredly. Way Ineboro, after a circling chase of perhaps twenty minutes, the subShe was in such marine came up. shallow water that she probably was having trouble in operating submerged She was gone then. What followed w as very businesslike. i the enemy, took It up where he bad left off. It Is characteristic of the Sea Slugs that nothing was said of the dam. er two of the boats had ran, and If anybody fell proud Of what we had accomplished he made M mention of It. "As I was saying." remarked the tubs I tern, "Mux Borton'l experience when he sank the .Moltke was n good deal tiks that of a friend of mine who is In the seiv ic e. and It goes to show siier L. C TaulI lnsurar.ee Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health London, Aug. -- 0. An attack on tho Somme front In Krance has been 1 opened by the Itritish. According to an official report issued in London the Hrltlsh forces stormed the German t trenches In the neighborhood of farm, between the towns of Lampire and llony. On this same front, the statement says. Itritish By raiding parties entered the German positions southwest of llavrincourt A SEA SLUG, and inflicted heavy casualties on the British Service Name For Crews enemy. of Submarine Chasers. Regarding this new activity on the Copyright. 1917, by the Bell SynSomme, the Itritish statement says: dicate, Inc. "Wo carried out a successful local early In the morning southoperation east of Kpehy, in which we captured ntoLoavu, the German trenches in the neighborThe Mlfifr of this series of four artihood of Gillemont farm and took sev- cles is n young Aim lit mi. abulias spent eral prisoners. At night our raiding most of his time since the inir stnitril parties entered the enemy's positions with the llvitish putvol fleet, taking an southwest of Havrincourt and re important part in helping to organize turned with a lew prisoners after in- that hrnnrh of the serriee knoxrn a flicting heavy casualties on the hostile tin- Shi sings ( submarine chasers . garrison. He has accumulated a rrmarkaide During the niuht enemy aircraft colleeti'in of uneeiloUs ineiilent to this bombed the Itritish casualty clearing exciting Breach of the service, and stations. Ten wounded German pris- mang of these icerc personal udreii-turc- s in irhieh he took part anil lehich oners were killed. Nine wounded German prisoners were again wounded make one of the stirring narrutirrs to come nut of the irar. lie recently reby German bombs." None of the war statements has turned to the I'nitiil Stalls to assist anything to say about the activity in the American nary in organizing the should the Itelgian or Arras sectors, but con- same branch of the service anil erperi-Msiderable lighting is reported on oth- be of great value lucuusc of his is the alivoad. So far as knoien he er fronts. war office announces that only Annviinn alio served villi the The Paris Itvilisti palvol pviov to the advent of after a violent bombardment Of tha our ilr.ilvogi v flotilla in Itritish wait is. French positions, the Germans made Of coiivsi I one of his t .ipcvii na s. of consecutive attacks on the French militavy value ! the enemy, i annul bs trenches in the Priest wood, west ol nlatiil. At the riiiuest uf the si nice the Aluerlha and JOOOlM riveis. and publication of his name Is nitbhild. in the Vosges mountains to the east of Badonwlllof and north Of OMoa Were all sitting aruiltid tallies SurPlaine. The assails were rein "The Knot" at Keppler'a the Germans suffered pulsed ami Head, drinking pink gin ami heavy casualties, accordim: to Parts, "it." "it" being Angostura bitters. We on the Artillery activity is reported were a crowd of "sea slugs," as those Aisne front, notably in the sector Who man the I" boat chasers are comatld east Of Hheims northwest monly and im lov ingly called by the rest "Six hundred shells were tired on of the servii e. being wounded, " Rheims, one civilian "They can talk all they want to about says that French statement. "Our the Science of submarine busting," said promione of tho boys, "but there's Just one pursuit airplanes displayed nent activity during the day. Eleven thing that gets submarines luck. All German airplanes fell in flameB or the schemes the wise heads devise can't wre completely destroyed after come up to one little piece of good foraerial combats with our pilots. in tune." "Righto," said a subaltern who had addition six enemy machines were forced to land within their lines seri- just Whispered something into the ear of San. tlie girl who serves drinks at ously damaged. For two nights and a day airplanes "The Knut." "You take Max Horton, bombarded the railway stations at now, the man who torpedoed the Moltke. I Jchtervelde, Thoiirout, COrtmarek. "The whole thing Is mostly luck. It's Opt and and Gambral, encampments railway luck when we pot a sub, and it's luck In the forest of Douthulst. the and mu- when a sub pots anything. I had this station at Ihin-iyam Straight from Max himself. A fire depot! at Itantheville. nitions "He was submerged in one of our in the Cambrai station was started subs, an bout, 'somewhere luuler the and establisiuiients." Of SOU.' and the pi tint Ding went out of German troops attacked the Rus- , commission, it isn't very pleasant iu sian positions m ar the village of a submarine anyway. The smells and Vllng front, but, accordon the the stale air When JPOO are running ing to the Petrocrad war office, the submerged are enough to make many a Russian man sick who attack broke down under the inner turned a hair at t lie roughest sea while he was atloat. Ire front "Well, as I was saying, the plumbOn the Roumanian several times assaulted the ing went out of commission just as Hues south of Of Morton was dressing and bad Washed on as zeehti. in southwestern Moldavia, but up. lie hadn't put his (phi-it- s yet. He ordered the craft to the surwere raps hie (Tensive has been begun by the face go one of (bo mechanics could AUStrbUUl in the make repaint to the plumbing and Italian SfliBSl Isc.n.o re. a of the Austro Italian meanwhile vent on dressing. Surprised at Sreip. Koltke. War theater, and Bghttna is runresi-- on 0 trout Of IhirtJ miles "Mi- v, as standing on one foot while ning Irian the region Of the Tulmino Sticking the other through a trousers to seal the hood Of the Adriatic sua, leg just as the periscope of the submaon the Carso plateau. 1. out MlNMre rine the sin face. "Suddenly a seaman broke into his RAID cubln ami veiled. Them's a German IN AIRMEN ALLIED Warship on i.ur starboard quarter, sir!" "Max kii. id hUnseh tree of his Attack Selzaete, Belgian Town on the Datch Frontier. trousers quicker than yon could wink, and in a matter of seconds In- was Has Van Gent. Holland. Aug. IiO explosions Of bombs dropped ben I over one of the forward torpedo Terrific by entente allied airmen in a raid tubes sighting on the vessel abend of shortly before midnti hi on srwofo, bins, The silhouette book showed she was the battle cruiser Moltke. a Belgian town on the Dutch rentier, "WhfaHMl sang the torpedo. Bong! eighteen mil' s north of Ghent, awak- Went the Moltke. Max submerged inhabitants ol this town. again ened all the and finished putting on his trouGerman alt It ainaait batteries ware sers. Bather clever, don't you think very active, some of their sliarimel standing there with his shirt tails danSas Van Ghent. bursting gling und potting a German battles lias a rjhi nt, which in normal li ship '!" MM, also was raided population of II "That's a good deal like" began one by the tntente lilted aviators of the other boys, but before he could finish tin- sentence a messenger came Gunner Vanishes Overboard. in mid spoke to the "Brans Mat," who Port, Am It. J. I All Atlantic gunner, detailed to was aiiiung us. which is to say be Bqiiibbs. a navy spoke to the senior offfctef, su American steamship thai arrivd "Come on, old chappies." said that Onoa, was reported by the Individual. "We can't wait for the here Irom IS have lullen or ii.iine.l last drink San is bringing. ship OfheerS A little overborn cl Me was last seen In- mem Job Is on our hands." As we inn down the wharf the men hers of tin crew at I P ni. on mat date. BO. Bibb's borne was ill iplil'.. In the chaseffS started the melius, and by the time we had tumbled pellmell Mo. Into the boats they were ready to get Socialist Again Arretted. away (ienner, Chicago, Aur. Speeding through the Solent, still national secretary of the Socialist of our errand except for the charge ltrass liut, we passed miles of shipparty, has been rearrested on a f having violated the espionage law ping tied up Iu the harbor waiting for by making a public speech against cargoes or to be unloaded. eutiBcrlplion. Later on the Brass Hat, whose best No. (Ilile-mon- Chasing U Boats With Sea Slugs The U Boat Chase. Offshore a short distance was a pu trol boat lying very low In tho water We ran and fly in p distress signals. over to her and learned that about an hour before the periscope of . submarine had been stuck up not far from her; then the craft had submerged, appeared again about a mile away and fired four shots, which let in enough water slowly to sink thp patrol, which before the war had been nothing but a dirty little trawler. Finding the crew of the patrol could take :are of themselves in their small w -- Stak-hovcy- Austro-German- Raaeo-Roumani- Bang! scng the torpedo. went the Moltke." boats and learning thai the submarine had run over to the westward, whore We knew chain net traps to lie laid, we circled in that direction. our powerful motors thrummed evenly. The water seemed to part abend of us. and the gunners squinted along the surface. Suddenly off to the west we made out hag periscope. Intense Joy thrilled our little crews. She was Inshore from us. She was between our circular course and the chain nets In the trap. Tlie periscope we bad seen might be a dummy, for a submarine frequently casts loose a phoney periscope to draw fire, but at any rate she must have been between us and the nets if she cut it loose. probably after a look 1'resently. around, the periscope suddenly disappeared, and we knew It was a real one with a German U boat on the end of it. The ltrass Hut, in his own boat, was, of course. In the lead. That was bis prerogative as well as his duty. Like a thick of falcons we were swooping OOWB on t lie prey. Abruptly the lead boat comes to a dead stop and lists heavily to starboard. Evidently something is wrong. We see men crawl out over the stern and lish around with boat hooks and poles, ( old as it is one man goes over board and rental ni under water so long we could not believe lie would come up alive. We can see the Brass Mat gesticulating as we run In eloaer, We can't beer what he is saying, hut we have a pretty good Hon. We've listened to him before when distressed. One of his men signals that the boat lias fouled the chain sets We wouldn't dare cheer, but we are Inclined that way. (everybody hkss to put it over a Brass Mat. and now there are only five of go to share the glory at the Inlgh, Each of us standi a belter chance of ' being the one to give the submarine Its conge. Circling round in an even smaller radius, we search the w ater for a periscope, a shadow or the conventional streak nf dirty grease" or "line of bubbles." "Whiz-z-z! Brass Hat Still Stranded. The Braei Mat is signaling now for us to go over and help him off. Nobody pays any attention to those orders. He wants to fun things and get the lT boat himself, but we won't give Later we will tell him Hie chance. him we didn't see his distress signals Now he tries to diiect the procedure from Whom he is. but we are like u lot of bounds released from restraint. The one Idea of our lives Is to get thut U boat. All of us have towing torpedoes out. CtAM are bombs on long aides, which are lowed astern ami sink to a certain ((Method depth. If I lie cable fouls uny tiling at all as the boat goes ahetid the bomb pulls up to it, und when It bumps It exphsles. We are ill line. Suddenly there is u crash and a roar Just ahead of us. I mil thrown off my feet. Burrels of water splash down Into our cockpit and roll off the decks. The bow lifts itself dean for a second. I think that the submarine has blown us up. Perbsps I am dead already. o-- cr - I olph I) W. Trent Henry Trent have come to take townrd the subIP.'.l. Ditii ft marines because of their flagrant viofi. OS WW 4 lations of every form of international law and decency. It Is the attitude fire?" " 'No,' ordered my friend. 'It's proli-abl- y which any country obliged to fight one of our own. No auch luck as against them will assume. To the Britisli mind submarines must be ex- for us to run Into a German.' "With that the U boat sent a shell terminated Just as one would exterminate a nest of poisonous vipers or n whistling past his ear, and he decided Livery, People ask me how bis luck wns better than he had nest of hornets. thought. Ills three Incher began to many submarines are being captured spit, and the fire from the submarine now. Very few. Many are destroyed, stopped. A couple more shots from the but few cuptured. Ky. chaser, and without any further sign No sooner did the hull of the submarine show itself than we began to of life ou the TJ boat there suddenly IwmrltMwmWttWwWwWwWwW HfW hammer her with our three Inch guns. was a big roar, n cloud of smoke, and She opened fire, but bar shots went she disappeared. They ran over to where she bnd been lying, but could wild, and in a few seconds she disapSALE not find a sign of her except for a few peared. As fast as we could we run over to Im bbtee, These told of her fate. The where she had gone down. If the Inst time I talked with that chap lie principles which obtain on land, in the hadn't seen a 0 hunt since." "Well, if our pal, P., had been as Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky air or in the navy at large existed Plaintiff in submarine warfare we would have CnOtlOOS as this fellow you tell about." Rebecca Mattingly, gone over to see if we could res'-usaid another subaltern, "he would have Against any of the wounded, but it was a saved himself a lot of trouble nnd a Kdward ISetterff, et al., Defendant I' boat, and we simply made sure that bawling out. You boys nil know D, By virtue of a Judgement and Order mighty keen after U boats. He nothing left of the craft. He's there was of Sale of Breckinridge Circuit Court, Some Bubbles, a Greasy Patch rendered at May term thereof, I917, in That's All. the above cause, for the sale of the hereAbout where she went down a quanin after described real estate, and all tity of put und air bubbles was riscosts herein, I shall proceed to offer for ing, and the dirty patch of oil was sale at the door in Harom e more in evidence. That was a dinsburg, to the highest bidder at Pubpretty certain sign the career of one lic Auction, on Monday the 27th day of 0 boat was at an end, for the sea Aug11.su, 91 7, atone o'clock p. m., or must have been pouring into her, and. thereabout (being County Court day), even though all her CTSW did not drown, on e the salt water reached the upon a credit ot Six, Twelve, and Eighstorage batteries the chlorine would do teen months, tlie following described the work. property, Three tracts of land But We are taking DO chances. We situated in Breckinridge County, Kencircle round and round the spot and tucky, first tract, bounded and described drop depth bombs deadly machines. as follows: Beginning at a beech on the These are powerful explosives whic h east bank of Tewel's creek, S. S. Calloare set so they will detonate at a cerway's corner running thence with the tain depth. We first sounded the botmiddle of the creek as it meanders S, 4I tom and then set our bombs for ten Suddenly I hear a cry from fathoms. W, 10 poles, S. 50 W. 8 poles, S. 55 V. the oat behind us. One Of the crew 9 poles, S. 1 W. 42 poles, S. 25 R. 72 reaches out, grabs the collar of a man poles, S. 67 K. 8 poles, S. 1 W. 28 poles, who lias just dropped a depth bomb V. 18 poles, S. 34 E. 18 poles, to S. over the stern and yanks him uncerea sassafrass, and redoak Brown's corner, At a moniously into tlie cockpit. thence with his line S. 88 E. 4o poles to glance I see what has happened. "Are you trying to knock us loose from a branch, thence N. 5I E. 16 poles, thence The engineer has stalled his motor our steering pott?" N. 2Vo E. 46 poles to a white oak in the just as the bomb is let go. It sinks was cruising round off Peterhead last edge of a field thence S. 72 slowly, and there Is a slight niomeu-tuE. i7 left In the submarine chaser. We autumn, when all of a sudden he sight- poles to M. O. Frank's corner thence hold our breath and watch In suspense, ed one, only a few yards ahead, just with his line N. 15 E. 50 poles to a stake expecting any second to see our com- awash. She didn't seem to show any in S. S. Galloway's line thence with his rades hurled into the air among a signs of life. "D. is a nervy chap, and to save time lines N. 67 W. 45 5 poles to a stone, mushroom of water and splinters. he decided to run full speed ahead and thence S. 89 W. 22 poles to a beech, Is qo way to help them. SudThere denly there Is u muffled roar, a column ram her instead of waiting to Are his thence S. 84 W. 22 poles to an ash, thence guns. He crowded on every ounce of N. 84 W. 20 poles to a poplar and a beech of water rises to what seems a hundred feet and falls back, drenching power he could and crashed down into thence N. 75 V. 24 poles to the beginevery one who Is near it. But our com- the hull of the submarine. ning containing 79.6 acres more or less. "The shock as he struck her Just rades are unhurt. The momentum of Tract No. 2 or home, beginning at a their bout has carried them Just fur abaft the conning tower knocked ev- stone Joe Mattingly's corner on the enough to save them from being blown ery one of his men off their feet and dented his own bow badly. When they west bank of Tewel's creek, running picked themselves up there was one thence with the middle of the creek as it wild scrunibie to get forward with tlie meanders S. W. 29 poles, S. 6'o W. 18 lance bombs." poles, N. 78o K. 18 poles, S. tf E. 18 The lame bombs, I might explain, poles to a sussafrass and red oak on the are bombs fastened to instruments east hank of tlie creek, thence crossing somewhat like harpoons which stick to the creek and running S. 34'o W. 50 lbs side of the submarine and explode. poles S. 52 V. 34 poles, S. 47 V. Co poles Their chief Characteristic is their liability to go off before you can throw S 32 V. 47 poles to a beech V. L. corner, thence with his line S. 76 them and blow the hurlcr up. "Well," the subaltern continued, "D, W. 57 poles to a gum Critchlow 's corner himself had grabbed a bomb and was InlCannon'a line, thence with Critchiowi just about to burl it When he tuned line N, 174 W. 95'poles to a sugar tree sick and Ma knees gave way under on BtilthonsO branch, thence N. 6- - 62 htm A head had stuck out of the poles to two white oaks in Joe Matting- conning tower of the submarine, ami ly's line, thence with his line N. 64';. E. an English voice yelled: t 's In the matter with lull poles to the beginning containing "'What !55 5 acres more or less. you? Are you trying to knoc k us loose Western Tract No. 3, beginning at a from our stsoring poet J Do you want sugar tree 011 stillhouse branch running a towV "It was an 10 boat. Both the sub- thence B. 75 W. I2I goles te a poplar, marine and the chaser had to go In for Critchlow's corner thence N. 2 W. 148 a relit, and D, came uncomfortably poles to a pile of stone another of Critchnear a court martial." low's corners. Thence E. 42 poles to a We Began to Hammer Her With Our hare heard of many incidents like sycamore at the forks of the branch. Three Inch Guns. this, and It explains why the British Into atoms. That is tlie second narrow submarine so tries hates the Bee sings. Thence down Suck I.ick branch as it escape fee our little squadron In this Every time any kind of a submersible meanders S. 24 E. 10 poles, 35' E. 6 K. l2ji poles, S. 42 E. 12 shows itself above water somebody is poles, S. 64 chase after a single submarine. likely to take lMt shot ut it. poles, S. 5I E. i4 poles, E. lo poles, S. The End of the U Boat. San got us another round. 45 K I4 poles, S. II7 E. 16 poles, S. 47 E. But our work is done. Then Is M 18 poles to a stone. Mattingly's corner, doubt now about the fate of the The three remaining Installments of HMMMI with his line N. 64 E. i6 Is not necessary for one of V bent It will poles to two white oaks in Mattingly's the de pth bombs actually to come in tills remarkable personal narrative line thence S. 6 W. 62 poles to the begincontact With the submerged cruft to appear soon. They are as follows: destroy it. Whan under water u sub- No. 2. Lifs on tho M. L.'s (Motor ning containing 81 acres more or less. Its Launchss). The purchaser, with approved surety marine's rigidity is multiplied. elasticity Is next to nothing. An exploCruising at night HI Utter blac kness, lia- or securities, must execute bond, bearing sion as powerful us that of a depth ble to be sho to pieces by friendly but- legal intrrest from the day of sale until into port. Mine bomb near it is ulmost certain to crip teries If late In setting and Bghttam uft paid, and having the force and kwesptng st QaiUaolt effect of same Turkish asroptaaes by ntte tire. The asm It. It Is pie It If not destroy a Judgement I.ieu retained to secure payprinciple us that which kills tisli in u of the Sea Slugs. ment of purchase money. Bidders will pond whe n dynamite Is exploded beNo. 3. A Motor Launch Raid on the be prepared to comply with these terms. neath the surface of the water. Tlie Belyian Costt. I,ee Walls, shoe k is sillticieiit to kill the men in Iu which the little biibmarlne chasers the U bout, and so we glide along crossed tho mine tlclds by night, Hred cm Commissioner. the German mbeefa and laud batterlen homeward secure In the knowledge once even if our gunfire did not finish and sOOSPed Sorem the BUM flelds which that the British mooitorn mors. it. Wanted. the enemy the bombs have done the ore named after American generals, bomWork. On t lie surfuce we notic e sw arms barded the German coast until the GerWanted a boms for sn orphan farm mans devised a method of locuting them. of dead tlsb. boy 15 years old. Call or writs me. We cut the Brass Hat free from the No. 4. Experiences at Dover. nets and listen to him curse, then reD. D. Dowall, Aeroplanes Hombard the barracks and alm to Kcppel's Head and "The Knut," town. Germe.i eubmarinee fuylns mines County .Tudgs, where Sun bad our drinks w ailing for In the harbo, channel. What happened day after I had dlnne. who had been Inter- on a destroyer the as. The subaltern, en her with ine officers whom later I saw rupted in bis story when we went out rruehed and torn to death. Subscribe for News It Illustrates the attitude the British mostly luc k gets n submarine. This chap I speak of had been cruising around for months and had never seen a hostile periscope, much less a submarine. Me hadn't even found cue of those spots of dirty oil that are becoming lassic around the British isles. "q'hen one day, about noon, with the aim shining brightly, lie was running slong nt top speed wondering whether there really was such a thing In the world ns a German U boat, when suddenly, almost dead ahead, he saw something sort of wallowing In the sea. "The bow gun was loaded, and the gunner saluted and said, 'Submarine off the starboard bow, sir. Shall I the truth of the statement that ll's Insurance. Old Reliable Companies naramsDurg Livery ! Feed and Sale Stable Hardinsburg, '8 Court-Hou.s- e I Ik 1 Can-BCt- t'l ' h-- I 1 1 The Review of Three Years of War Ending Wi& Big Events of 1917 4 Campaign ar.d Batt!es In the Fast Beginning With Russia's Great Offensive In 1914 and Collapse In 1917 Germany's Violations of Neutral Rights Draws America Into Entente Alliance With Sea and Land Power m America In the War 1917 Feb. 3. Germany's ambassador dismissed. April 2. President Wilson asked congress to declare that " fitato of war exists." April 6. Congress declared man empire. Two billion dollar "Liberty loan" offered for subscription. May 9. Stars and stripes carried in Pai is by American field service detachment. May 16. Conscription act became a law. May 16. Squadron of American destroyers arrivod in Irish waters on patrol duty. May 18, American troops ordered to France. May 23. American flag under fire in France. May 28. Rear Admiral Sims, U. S. Hn promoted to vice admiral and given command of American naval operations in Europe. June 5. Conscription registration. Nearly 10,000,000 men between twenty-onand thirty-one years of age registered. June 7. Major General J. J. Pershing, U. S. A., reached England as commander of the American expeditionary army. Juno 13. American troops sailed for France. June 22. U boats attacked the American transport fleet. June 27. American troops landed in France and were assigned to General Sibert's camp. July 16. National guard mobilized for service in Europe. July 20. Draft of first army of 687,000 men and fixing of orof der in which remainder 9,000,000 registrants may be called. May 2. e state of war against tlio Ger- pregnable and that Hie Russian drive headed by Brusiloff In Bukowlna and pastern Qattcts was prut st dins with IttlSlstfatS force toward the Mokhod nmi i he Daltar, Emphasis was given to the hopeful view by Italian success on both fronts in Austria. The great Austrian drive arbJcb began In April and aimed at the expulsion of Invading armies from Trentitio bad been checked. This was n negative victory liooaiise the Austrian spoils had been heavy and the demand on Italian troops had Inter feted with Italy's ail Is 111 movements In the south, where the objective of the Italians was Trieste. The fortified town of OofttS barred the way from Hie ISWM river toward Trieste, and after a long and cosily siege it fell on Aug. 0. Still further proivs-of the allied cause in the southeastern emphasis to Von llln field laid fre-ddetibiirg's assertion thnl the war must be fought out in the east. Russia was making headway in Asia Minor, march-infrom bases in hat home territory. Willi her armies backed up by her own licet on the BlaCI sen. This was really a strategic extension of her new on May 25, line i'i BukOWttta and Calicia. t i g question of terms ami putting off the disi BWBIqSJ of permanent pi e until the end of the war. In January President vVllsOO revived Interest In the suble t of peace by outlining a plan for a ptaci Ica.'ne, making "peace without victory,'1 "cbojssjbs of Hie governed" and a "world Muslim dm IF Mo" the fewdsjfneatahi for a world pen e While the whole WWffcJ was dis. this turn of affairs Cerniuny informed neutrals on .Inn. II that submarine wurfare would be more ruth les than ever. Three days later Hi" German ambassador was given his pttSOpOTtS, und the president Inl'ormcil congress of tile break ami Its causes. Ambassador b'l'.inl received his pass potts at Iterlln Feb. ft, und on Hie Nth Gornsauy, through the gvvafs flssnt, proposed negotiation of the new dispute. This the l ulled Slates declined unless Hie new submarine order v as withdraw n. After Von BernstoilT sailed and Co pari was out of flei Wall J the state department disclosed a Herman plot to involve the Halted Stales with Japan War measures followed and Meieo. Congress expired March 4 rapidly. without Indorsing Hie president's "armed neutrality" policy, A special session of the new congress was SUMBIOBjed to ne- - t April '2, and meanwhile the president ordered armed guilds placed on oat merchant ships voyaging abroad. On April II congress forma My declared war. Than followed a conacflpttoa law lo create armies, loans to Hie allies one of ftflJOOOvOOOjOOO to Hie nation by Hie people the dispatch of war vessels to Rurope under command of Roar Admiral Sims; also of Major Cenerul Pershing, to prepnre a base for the American contingent already represented on the Bring line in France by a dS tacbmenl bearing the Stars and Stripes, Babies' Health Contest Draws LEFT BEHIND Wlinl n worM f fleroiat Ion. Now tnpy've 1h Un yon from m! ThUimi ii 'o Miivo Ihe fit Ion" Otmf there In MMMM FYnnr.-wt;i ihfjy bring rva Mefc, iy rhnno 0 my di' T, MVMi the pen? Yh:it ;m rmrfv hOOeWJ to MM for With no Inrl o rom to me! Ni'iif to p the tlfnn. f iher for Kfnpt th;itr nnd empty 1etl Arnl licit it run) of y'i ay O my dear, aeron the aen! Von M tefi'ler In the tretiche! How you Mid (o pimper me! r Hon that bMi itOTM th:it ilrenrheaV aMuhborn, thOMjll the UM ure loud. You will da your little hit Tn that hell. I'm MN of it: And your head will be iinliowed; And I know you'll dream of me: And wVH win and oh. I'm IMM the MM ff my dMf MfMIKaufTmnn I of the VlgW 1:v Ruth WriKht lanteM. Mothers to the State Fair si- TO A OitfY ALL ORDERS IS IN THE ARMY RELIGION Author, an Gives Some Sound and Kindly Advice to Drafted Boys. LI BE of the Vigi- By ... HAPS3URG lantes. The writer of this little Bjeasaaej to you boys has himself bean an American .soldier, and he is very proud of tliut fact, lie knows iitliiy life, and he has seen redhoi Babtlns and he knows the WSJ! of olliiers. trill put il like Ibis: I will simply tell j on what I would do if were going into the army again, f irst. I would 0 into it Willi the rol, firm intention of whipping Oeraseny. i would look at the Blatter just Ilka that. Save thut i would certainly not dlacoanl the ot aaybody else, i would believe, so far us it were possible, that it was up to me to me myself -- to give Uermany, the earth's pariah nation, the licking Unit is pdng to make all nations safe in a world deiiioeracy. Ami the moment i was sworn Into the service would resolve that, no mutter whether il suited me or not. I would obey orders very strictly and to the letter. That is the inagic phrase il is the religion of the iiiinv obey orders. Inning my time in the army no man who lived up lo that as his motto CUUld go through with u term of enlistment WitboOl Bavins, u chance of being made u corporal at a ssrysntnt or even a sergeant major. There are few rnsnnrisntoned osncers who will overlook the enlisted man who never disolieya aa order when ptoeaotion ke reus necessary. And in this wur men from the ranks are going to win commissions, boys. Remember tent! lint every man of the company, or the troop, or the buttery, or whatever it happens to be, cnnnol be advanced, you say. Ami you are right. Hut even man ran be u soldier. How Bench there la hoand up in those three little words! You'll know yourself after aw hile. A real dyed In the Wool Ainor-km- i soldier, of course, is a gentleman However, there is bound to too. ha a chance for you to aria your chevrons. I've never vet seen the man who 'ried hard for promotion, it he tried honorably, w ho rams out of it a private. In spile of their bluff militury manners. oHICOTS are just like you under the skin. They arc quick to reeog. uute, and they are most heartily glut! io recognise, the golden qualities of n io idler und a gentleman in an enlisted man. Remember thut too. Ai-remember this: Ton are in the sen iee to liuht for your country ami not to make soldiering a trade You are going aeross the Atlantic for the purpose of whipping Uermany and for no other reason. So long, hoys, und good luck t" you And inn.v the good Coil of our fathers bring yon back to us! 1 1 - COMMISSIONER COHEN AND PRIZE CUP AND BABY. and white and sweet it Is. there may be disease or deformity lurking under this beauty, ami this in an evil of wliieh you should lie forewarned. Up to date mothers throughout Ken- tUCky are not only entering (his contest to flnd Otlt about their babies, but aie COSatUg back year by year to murk the progress this knowledge has given them and Hie Improvement It has made in their children. The contest this ycur. which is un der the supervision of Mrs. John I, Woodbury, will be marked by a mini her of Innovations, among which, will be an elaborate display of knitted goods tor babies and the Living uway of patterns for these articles to the mothers desiring them. Another attractive feature will lie the s tncular parade Wbleb will flnai the baby COO test. This parade will be arranged as a beautiful spectacle in the Hippodrome pavilion ami w ill show every little tol entered in the contest to Hie greatest advantage Entrance to the Rabies' Health Contest is free and is open to ha blag between twelve and tbtrtj six months throughout the state of Kentucky, For catalogue or Information address Fount T. Kleiner. Secretary Kentucky state l air. Suit OfM Republic Building, Louisville, Ky, Roumania Attacks German Rear. As matters stood then, the third year opened with a serious oullook for Ccrmany Verdun was BO taken, and the allies had stormed the third line on the Somme front. Ilrilsi-lof- l Cer-SJsB- The Russian Setback. By Captain GEORGE I.. KILMl R. THE on June 28, if the Archduke Francis Ferdinand, heir to the throne, quickly resulted in the oilthreaU of a world war. When Austria-Hungarpressed her demands Opon Servia for reparation Russia championed, the litGermany declared tle Slav nation. ally must lhat Iter BsaBBBlBBlllBI Auslio-IIuiipirla- "s Russian column had indeed been checked on the Rtokbod and Dniester, but its presence that far south on the road to Hungary compelled Austria to keep a strong force north of the Car pathlan mountains. Then came a blow Which lifted the hopes of the allies to the highest pitch - Rouiuania turned upon the Teutons. The situation at that time was as follows: The belligerents were at u deadlock on the Somme line, the Italians In Cnritz. the supposed key to Trieste, and the allied col nmn from Saloniki moving north into Macedonia to strike Bulgaria in the For the rear was making progress. moment It seemed the allies had the advantage In that zone where the de-labia was to be reached the near east. Between Two Fires. It was alleged that Roumania would add 40(1.000 men to Hie enemies of Qer- many. Roiimania's first move scored Bet troops cross-- ' a tactical victory. ed the frontier northward, into Tran- sylvan ia, Where they were joined by a Russian column. Which man lied west- ward, far off on the southeastern flash of the Germans on the Dniester. Forcing the mountain passes, the Roumanians captured Kronstadt and Orsova, but the triumph was not for long. A column of Bulgars, Germans and Turks, led by Von Mac!;eiisen. Crossed the DMAhe from the south Into Roumania. taking 30,000 prisoners Almost simnltanw in tl first Mow, oast Van Falkenhayn's mixed army of Qerinana ami Austrian drove down from the north upon the invading Itnuinnnians. captured passes in their rear Kron-- I and destroyed their armies. stadt WMi recaptured. By the middle of October the Roumanians were In full retreat back over their bonier on the north. On the south Hie Cerinnas had captured the main Roumanian port of Cunslan.a, forced the enemy to evacuate Cernavoda, on the Panulie. and destroyed the bridge. - I luring the efforts lo secure a diplomatic peace Russia stood Urns, The dnma rejected Germany's proposals, and the imperial government Indorsed Wilson's peace league note. Rossis t support of Roumania had never been strong and entirely dropped away in Hie winter. It seemed that Russia was powerless. A revolution in which Hie troops and their generals Bgured deposed the eaar the middle of March, ami there began a state of military Indecision and Inactivity while factions con-- I CTidcd for political control at I'ctro-gru- Fatly in February the Otl mail retrograde began north of the Soinmo. Ba- pnnrae ami Peroaae, Hie goals of months of bloody struggles, yielded the middle of March to tin- allies led by Mvelle and llaig. and shortly Hie Hermans timed and began to resist vigorously all along Hie front. "Special teasons" was Berlin's explanation of this great and masterly retreat. Fur- thcr withdrawal was forced by British attacks on the Yprcs salient and at Messines in May and June. - "free hand" In dealing Willi Servia, and the storm broke. The first tWO years of the war. from have n trance of Hie I'uited States as an ally of the entente powers and the collapse Inning the of Russia's aggressiveness. early moul lis of Hie year I he submarine dispute between this country and Oaf Grounds For Allies' Optimism. aaaaj Quieted down a f boat brought Almost at the close of the second the war into western Atlantic waters SgJMX) men year of the world war the British by sinking neutral ships oil Nantucket The long bruited cabinet upheaval in anil reshoals in October, but the German Ccrmany look place on the war minister, I.loyd George, speakI. n ing for the allies said. 'iViclory la to safeguard neutral lives wus sulted in the resignation of Chancellor ..I. son i ll. On Dec. 1'J Ccrmany and Holhveg and Ihe removal of Foreign beginning to How 'in our direction." It had been Mowing In all directions her allies, Austria, llulgaria and Tur Mhiister.immerinaun. w ho fostered the whenever it flowed at all up to that key. proposed peine BOgi tuitions, nam scheme to embroil the United States time. So the third year of the conflict lug the l ulled Slates us one of the with Meicoand Japan. Ilollweg's sucopened with optimism ruling in the IlllSI medial lea On the Iflth ITcsidcnt cessor in o'lice. Michael la, bus been camps of the allies. On (he west front Wilson sent a ROtS to all belligerents ranked as n conservative on Germaoy'a at he end of July, lOKi, It was as- asking them to name their terms. wur policies. On the I lit Ii the mobilisured that the French would hold on Meanwhile the allies replied to Ger- zation of the national guard, which will add Moo.ooo men to the federal ar at Verdun, that the German line on many, declining a conference, and replied to Wllsou, evading the ml., was hetfun. the Somme and the Ancre was not im (jcr-many- 's i Ger-Diiiu- y to August, 1911!, were marked by the stilijngutinn of nearly all of Belgium, part of northern France, nil of Servia and the greater part of Russian I'olaud bp the OffMI armies Itussia conquered and then lost a large slice of Austrian territory In Calieiu. Following MM invasion of Belgium In August, li)l t, Croat Britain and France entered the war as the allies of Russia. The (iermau march toward I'arls. through UtigtWn and France, was ef fectually chocked at the river Marne early in September, Bill, and in the weeks following the opposing lines in France and Belgium WIN established practically where they remained for the next two years. Italy entered the war in May, 1015, anil attacked Austria by land, east and northeast of Venice. The lirst year of the war saw the fall of Warsaw and the extension of the Cornian front to the Dvina river, midway between Warsaw and Betrograd. In 101(1, the second year of the war, the Ceriumis attacked with great force the French fortress of Verdun, hut were unable to reduce It. This event wus followed by a concerted drive by the French and British In northern France against the German lines along the Ancre und Somme rivers. Throughout the first two years various local campaigns were inaugurated by the allies, notably for the capture of Constantinople (the Turks having joined the Teutonic powers late In 1014), with au expedition in Mesopotamia to support it The move against the Turkish capital failed, and the forces were transferred to Greece to operute against the central powers In the Balkans, where the Bulgarians were fighting for Germany. The greatest naval battle of the war, fought off Jul land in May, 1017, was a draw, and the large vessels have not taken decisive part In the progress of the war. In 101.1 Germany started a system of drastic submarine wurfare, primarily intended to blockade the ports of her foes. Belligerent and neutral alike were made to suffer In the submarine cones throughout 1910 and 10P1, and on Indirect result of naval policy was the entrance of the I'nitod States into the war. 11114. August, Collapse of Roumania. With the exception of a weak support by her nearest ally, Russia. Roumania got no direct help. Early In November the allies launched a new grand attack on the Somme, and attacked Mnniistir, on the southern front. But neither of these diversions cheeked German progress In Roumania. The northern column, coming down from Austria under Von moved southeast Into Roumania and met a comlKislte force of liulgnrs, Turks and Germans which Von Mackenscn wus leading northwest, fifty miles west of the Roumanian capital. Kukharcst. In vain Russia began a new drive in the Carpathians, The Roumanians, strong hi numbers, but weak In resisting power, were overcome, and In the last week of MA the Teutons were In Hukharest. Franco-Servians a deciding America In the War. Two events of sudden development in the third year of the unr may have Influence namely, the en- British and French commissioners sent here for Conference, among them Mar shal .1 off re. Hint the resources of England, Prance and Italy in men. money, food ami munitions were at a low ebb, and Russia must be considered as viras an aggressive tually eiiminated force. These frank disclosures caused implies und deep anxiety on this side of Hie ocean, the more so because the ruthless I' boat operations, which began In February, had been more destructive than expected by the allies, although their toll had fallen far short of Germany! estimate -- 1.000,000 tons per month. The destruction of freight ships varied from week to week during March, April and .May. but the total was so great us to forebode disaster unless the evil was speedily suppressed. The entente's money problem was quickly solved by affording heavy credits to puy for their supplies brought here. A commission, headed by Kli hu Root, lapalfllfl to Russia to swing the weight of the Tinted States on the side of the forces in authority who fuvor a continuance of the wur on fleiiaaal The response to culls for troops and immense war funds and the successful registry for the draft, followed by Hie safe arrival of a large expeditionary force in France, led to a reaction during June from the misgiv ings und uncertainties which had prevailed for weeks. Notable among the closing events of the third year of wur lire the renewal of attacks upon the Austrian fronts by Italian and Russian armies. The Italian movement begun early in June and hud for its object Hie recovery of posis tions in the Tretilino, which the had captured in their great spring drive of lOlli. At Hie ciose of June the Italians suffered a severe chock. July oiK'iiod with a strong Russian offensive on tile line of the Dniester, SJsned at .0111 berg. This was a renewal in part of the great drive led by Cenerul lirusilolf one year before. Inspired by the presence on the Held of the new Russian war minister, Keiensky, Hie army of Ccncrul Kornilolf. in trout of Halloa, captured lhat position on the IIMh, crossed the Imiester and inarched toward Stryj, taking Ku liter, on the loth and prisoners which raised the total Captives in Hie campaign to about Aus-trian1 Western Entente Powers Pressed The entrance of the United States is an ally led to an announcement by Ton Would guard yoUt baby with your life, hut how amah batter to gunrd it with your bruin. One million babies are now entering on their first summer, und one out of every fifteen of these win die. according to medical statistics, from heat, i t nourishment ami the wrong clothes. Da you want It' your baby to be one of the li f I ten not, learn how to keep your little one from heal suffering, from the wrons fooil and from clothes that sap its lit tie strength. Through the examinations, mental end physical, the scoring of points both good and bad Hie scientific object les sons und reading matter provided by the Rabies' Health Contest at the Ken lucky stale Fair, which will he held this year the week of Sept. In. tl sands of mothers are enabled to Judge just w hat dangers era threatening their babies, just What ills to remedy and just how to keep them in prime condition. If you had a hog. a horse or cow you would learn and know something of its cure, because it is valuable, isn't your baby worth more than horse or cow or pig'.' is the qUCI'y of those in-torootod In the promotion ot scientific baby cure. They argtte that, no mat-ta- r how lovely, how dimpled, how pink '.' 1 Marvelous Entertainment Features On the State Fair Program y 'YM,. A saV FIRE CHIEF USES AIRPLANE. THE WHIRLING vulu-JJ ERFOROS. PTMIK Kentucky State Fair is a able, Instructive and progressive Institution, but to the average person it is the amusements offered by the Fair which constitute its greatest appeal. In the Hippodrome exhibition, to tie held nightly in the I.lve Stock Pavilion, there lias been secured an entertain ment which will outrival anything of the kind ever offered. The horse show Which has heretofore distinguished the Kentucky State Fair w ill again be glv en in its entirety, and yet in addition to these features, which sjaj well worthy a $- - admission fts- - in themselves, the management Is providing the added ami unrivaled glory of a world's championship five galled saddle horse slake of $10,ooo. which will be offered in combination with both Hippodrome ami horse show for Ihe unprecedented admission price of ro cents per person. Some of IBS features will be: Trio in a The Helen grand aatlal whirling exhibition which is said to be the most thrilling of its kind ever offered. They will lie followed by the Four Rocders. who are equilibrists of un beliei able skill und strength. The ThaaSS Three ure a trio of fetching young girls w ho present one of the most dangerous and sensationul wire acts In the show business. The llellcluire Hrolhers, "daredevils of the arena," do a death defying stunt la Which one makes a .sensational dash l.caeh-Walli- down a steep incline in a miniature auto, loops a great arc and Mies from the abandoned cat on to the outstretched hands of his partner, who holds blm aloft despite Hie terrific impact. The nvei Brothers are described by their lulling. Their specialty is clowu- ing and masic. Olympia Dsn Vail On Is reputed to Is- - one of the most beautiful and wonderful eipiiue anil cuniuc exbibl-- I I ions in A sjertrg Holland and DockriU offer sensation, a sate hark riding und whirlwind driving with four SjagalhYsnl Arabian horses and a gold Roman chariot. Ada Is Von old boasts but the one horse, but she is salil to provide a whole show. Miss Von Old is regarih-us tile most noted Cowgirl in America. The piece da resistance of the roster w ill, it is clalBMSl, be Brford's Marvel oils Whirling Sensations. The keynote of this m i Is aerial whirls In army of angels and demons One of the prettiest features is the "Dance of tin- Daaaana" ami a finale on musical bells. This entire wonderful program will he crow ms! and completed by cavallo's great Concert Hand of forty niusj elans. They are said to he richly unl formed. pietur-eeU,Ue Finds Air Route is Much Quicker Than Old Methodi. The lire depart ment chiefs of every city of this country have their eyes on Chief Lottie Ahngrttt ef the Baa Diego (CaL) Ire department, chief Aimgren has discarded the heraa and bnggy and the automobile and now races through the ulr in an airplane when chuslng ares, says Popular science Monthly: W hen a tire box is pulled in un outlying section, the chief jumps lulu his Hying machine and is ut the scene of the blase before the horse drawn equipment gets around the lirst eorncr or the lireboat is going full steam ahead. His is the lirst aerial tire lighting in the world, in test Bights made with the new airplane, which is u horsepower Bute bine of Ihe hydroplane tj pc. trips that ordinarily took the lea boa Is from twenty lo thirty minutes to make were made by in from two to live minutes, counting the Beceaaary tlasa in gettbn the engine started. com-paaair-pla- Efforts to Be .1 Slacksr. bum, "Wo, 258," after paaabuj physical ev.uninutlon, held up man for watch, blackjacked old Woman, stole u horse and fought police, which ha thinks will keep idm out of the arasy fat an bila. A Desperate nasasyrraaia A Fine Place to Rooit. After going twenty miles in their uuto the olher Bight u Suyvllle (N. Y.) family discovered two liens roosting on the ear radiator. The biddies stayed there until tbey returned home. Between the Devil, Etc. Pofeusc of man sued for breach ot promise U that he did not want to wed and he cm led u slacker. The Kentucky State Kulr Catalogue for Ihe IP 17 ffjlr, to be held In Louisville the week of Sept. 10, lists 6,000 prize rlhbons, over 1(H) cups and trophies, valued at SS.iioo or more, and a money swsrd total of 150,000. IS YOUR TOBACCO Insured Against Damage by HAIL? You cannot afford to carry the risk at the present hih prices. PAUL GOMPTON, Kentucky. Shelby villc, are guests of Mesdnmes L B Mnremen and Kate Bennett K. P Alexander and sin, Thomas, M. H Monday for Chicago to buy fall goods and attecd the American handi cap. Messrs. and Metdsmi Qeorgs Hoard and Henry Livers were weekend gm sts of Mr. and Mrs. lohn Livers, ot Hasin Springs. Mesdames K. N. Miller and Nannie J Wathen were guests of Mrs. D. C Hi ion last week. Miss Dorothy Dowell has returned to her home in Louisville after an extended visit with relativt s. Mrs. W. H. Gardner, of Stephens port, attended the Sunday School Convention Thursday and was the guest of Mrs James Bolin. Mrs. Harry Hell, of Guston, has been the guest of Miss Eva Carrigan. Bro. Cullom, of Chicago, will arrive this week to visit Mrs. Mary Munford. Bro. Cullom was pastor at the Baptist church several years ago. I'lans are being made for him to deliver a sermon at the Haplist church next Sunday. BRECKINRIDGE BANK OF CLOVERPORT A. B. SKILLMAN, President- SERVICE PAUL LEWIS, Cashier CONTENTMENT THE BANK OF SECURITY. WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits MOOR Mr. mid Mrs. Q K. Tucker, and children visited Mr. and Mrs. I,0n QSSSS way the week end. Mr and Mrs. J. D. Alilridge, attend ed the ice cream Mipper at Mr. Joe Who Reads Classified Advertising? The rich, the poor, the buyer, the seller, in fact people of every nationality have learned that it pays to read them. Hardinsburg. STEPHENSPORT Fire, Tornado and all class I t es of Insurance. dm mmm m i f IRVINGTON l'rof. I,idlty will speak at the Met h odist church Sunday evening Mis sub ject will be the "Tweutieth Century S.inday School." Mr. and Mrs. Will (".eating, of Ohio, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sehin dler. Misses Alma, Dorothy and Klla Wilson, of Rewlevville; Miss Mary Henry and II. U. Urane were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. II dl Wilson .Sunday. Miss Liasls lldf, of Parte, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Kred Howard, of Louisville, compose a house party at the h'ime of Mrs. John Nevitt, of Basin Springs Misses Catherine Met J hie and Catherine Wiii.p went to Louisville Friday. They will join a party to Mammoth Cave. I' lends have received word of the in image of Mi-- s Kdith Dows'l and Mr. Morton Camion, in Louisville Thursday. Miss Dowell is well known here, having visited Mrs. A. T. Drane. Misses Maggie and Nannie Cowley, Messrs. and Mesdames Chas. II irrtson and Alfied II irler motored to Mammoth MVS Monday. Kdna Hudson, Misses Margaret Sharpe. l'earl Sharpe, Joe Keller, Hob O'Hiuuoii and Claud Miarpe motorel from Condon Saturdav i.nd were the Week end guests of Miss Rath Marshall Miss Katie Chitwood visiti d Miss Iva Price in Louisville last week. David Doris, of Hardinsburg, has bem the guest ol Mr. and Mis A T. Drane. Mrs. Aclele ConudI went to Louisville Morris C Kincheloe, from Ft. min Harrison, is the guest of his Dr. A. M. Kincheloe and Mrs. Daisy Tucker visited her sister Kincheloe. Cora I'lle, Tuesday. Mrs. Misses Moan Hall and Kathleen MilMrs. Phil and Ola Galloway, visited ler have returned from a visit in Irving-ton- . anil Mon relatives at Kvcliegh Sunday day. Miss Tid i Mercer was in Irvington Miss Nettie Aldridge visited her aunt, Mrs. Mary Allen of West View, last week and while there she was the guest of Mrs. Jonas Lyons. Tuesday. l'aul Garner, ot the First Kentucky, Mr. Zelhy Tucker, and cousin, Miss Suda Galloway visited Miss Kdna Uruce was the guest Saturday and Sunday of his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Cap Garner. Sunday. Herbert M. Heard was in Louisville Abe lieck anil Alva Ilasham went to or, business last week. Hardinsburg Wednesday Rev. ames F. Norman has gone to Mrs. Docie Drane is very ill. Ohio, 111., for a short stay with Rev. Miss May Hines, visited, Misses NetMedcalf. tie and Katie Aldridge, Sunday. Miss Sadie Hall opened her school at Mrs. Zetta Hasliam, visited her mother Tarfork Mouday. Tucker, last week, Mrs. Susan Marv Mrs. Paul Compton was in Louisville shopping last Fiiday. MCQUADY Thursday. Mr. and Mrs L. B Keeves have gone to Washington, D. C , and from there Mr. John Haswell Sr., Mrs. W. G. Hasweil and daughter Georgia Mac. Mrs. Tom Anderson of Tenn., will go to Herndon, Va., to be the guests of her sister, Mrs Aud. Hardinsburg are the guests of of Mr. is here to spend the winter with and Mrs. L. D. Fox. Mrs. II II. Lewis, of Mobile, Ala., her irrandmother, Mrs. Susan was the guest Saturday of Mrs Bertha Mrs. K. J. Bandy was the guest of Frank, McGary and daughters, Misses Esther relatives iu Oweusboro last week Mrs. Will oh MM and baby, of and Fanuie McGary. Mrs Ovie Snellmau and children, Benjaweek pai-ent- K, A Smith visited relatives in Louisville last week. E. C. Atkinson, Louisville was the W. Doweil gu.st of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday. (J. D. Shellman. Hardinsburg was the gui si of his brother, R A. Sheliman and Mrs. Shellman Sunday. Miss Daisy Morris was the guest last week of Miss Nannie Dec Gardner at Chenault. Chester Dicckmam aud t'lovis Morgan left Thursday for Sample, where they are the guests of their Mrs. Anna Dieckman. Mrs. Eugene Conner was the guest of Mrs. F. M. Wedding at Canneltou, Ind. Wednesday. Several from here enjoyed the excursion to Tell City, Ind., Thursday on the steamer, Virginia. Miss Tilly Hiilz, Louisville is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W.J. Sohopp and Mr. Schopp. Mrs w B. Gardnar, Louis Otto Tm anil Wm. G. Hawkins attended the Hoys and Conference of Sabbath School workers, held at Irvington grand-mother, Glasscocks, Saturday evening. meeting began at The protracted 1'airview Wednesday night. Everybody is invited to attend. Mr anil Mrs. Herman Calloway and Mrs. Vita Tucker, and daughter vera and Grandson Herbert, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs I'inley Galloway Sundae. Bits Tin ker, is on the siek list. Miss Katie Aldridge, visited frioSMS d Kings WOOd last week. Bdd Bskridga visited Mr, sad Mrs. Abe Heck, Sunday. froen the Pails Mrs Cinda Wooslsj visited Mr and Mrs. Meyer Smith, last HARDINSBURG Mrs. Horace Allen and son, of Louisville, are the guests of Mrs. Morris Ready Cash Always Finds a Listening Ear The man with a goodly balance in the bank has confidence. When he talks his words have weight. If you have just started in business, be sure you are prepared at the bank for a temporary setback. If your business is established and on a sound basis, make it doubly so. Some new deal almost daily presents Money makes money is as true today as it ever was. itself. We'll be glad to explain our system of accounts to you. Heard and son, Murray Heard. Miss Judith Ellen Beard is at home from Chicago where she attended the summer term at the I'niversity, John D. Shaw made a business trip to Louisvide last week, returning home Friday. Mrs II. C. Murray and daughter, Margaret Rodman, of Louisville, are the guests of her sister, Mrs. G. I). FIRST STATE BANK : J. C. Irvington, Ky. IW. J. PIOOOTT, President M. HBJtNDON, Vice President I'AYNK, Cashier J. D. I.YDDAN, Ass't. Cashier ls xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: FOR SALE OR TRADE Cheaper Than Ever One registered stallion, 7 years old, sound and a See fine saddle horse. H. J. ROBERTS. Hardinsburg, Ky. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ '.is Sash, Doors, Columns, Mill work We will (igure quick and ship quick We will figure right and ship right. LUMBER! Complete Bills for Residence, Cottage or Call, Write, Phone J yesterday. Miss an L i lillen Carter has returned from (tended visit with friends at Flab-Ml- has. Ilirrison, wife and son, Alfred wife and children, Ksstx, Mo., spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs. J. D Ashe;. H.ut'.r, guests of her aunt, Mis. Cloverport, was the week end W, T. Cunningham and Mi. Cunning gue.-t of Mrs. N. J. Day. ham Monday. Miss Knnine Frank of LouisMr. Hugh Brown, )ensboro was Monday of Mrs. P. H. ville, will spend a few weeks with the guest last her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hob and J 15 Morgan. Mrs. 0. C. Shellman and daughter, Frank. Miss Mable, and Mrs. Scott Matt:ngly Mr, tad Mrs. Forey Shrews-berrspent Thursday with relatives in Clov-erpare receiving congratulat. tions on the arrival of a line girl. Mrs. E. C. Atkinson and children, Louisville are the guests of Mr and Aug. 1, Hazel Merl. Mrs. O. W. Dowell. Miss Sylvia Talerlinr is ill at Mrs. who had been this writing. Walker, visiting her mother, Mrs. Nat Taul, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Webster near Hardinsburg, returned to her were the guests of Mrs. N. .1. home Saturday. Sample were y John O'Reilly, Sr., and daughter, J. Miss Nell Smith is home from Louis-vid- e. day from Kordsville having visited relaShe lias been the guest of Mrs. tives and attended the Ohio County C. Younger. Baptist Association. Mi-s- Uro. Russell Walker returned Satur ICvcJ i u aud Nell Bramlette lef! Tuiv.d Mrs. I; r a visit with Miss Mil uie Pultenwider, at Little Bend, (i. N. Lddau entertained told me. "When you meet a man, look squarely into his face for a second anil forget everything else in Um world. Klch his features into your brain: you can do it if you will keep practicing, "ll Isa'l eDOUgh to catch a name s tlmt ou can pronounce it. You must Ifu n i to sec it. You must vizu.iliy.e it so that it appeals in your hiain as clearly e as il it were printed on paper yout eyci. A I mined memEdward. Muriisou has been visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Aitlnir Daugliiity at ory is packed full of double expos-ui- e 1'ilchers. to uca photographers term. Th; Suffrage League will meet with Mrs. Allele Connill l'i iday afternoon. More failures are due to luck of will Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Agee aud baby, ol than to luck of Htreugih. he-for- number .'if fiiends honor of Metdamei i'hillips and Lloyd, of Louisville. Mis .Susan Harrison and Lonnie Harrison, of Saxton, Mo., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hunger. Morris McCoy, of Louisville, visited ins grandmother, Mrs. Nannie Bandy. last week. Mrs. John Wimp and daughter, Miss Catherine Wimp, of California, arrived Thursday lor a visit with relatives aud friends. They have been visiting at Owensboro aud Henderson. M isses J ulia aud Maggie Greenwood visited Mrs. Kte Carter, neur Clover-port- , last wtek. Mrs. Nell McCliatick, of Louisville, is spen ling several days with her mother, Mrs. Cornwall. Mrs. Nora McCulloin, Misses I. In, and Pal McCullom, of New Albany, are guests of Mr. ami Mis. J. H. HnttaH. I.ieut. John Gibson, of Ft. Bsnj tmin Harnsou, is i. pending ten days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gibson. Hubert Livers, Milton Green, II 1' and Hubert Lyons were iu Lou isville last week. Olhcers for the Red Cross Chapter: Mrs. l'iggott, chairman, Mr K. H. Miss Margaret Conuiff, secretary; J. C. Paf M, licas-ure- s a at diuner Tuesday in Miss .e.ma Hell and little sister, Sallie, Tell City, Ind., were guests of friends here Sunday. Mrs. and Mrs. P. II Morgan, Miss Mary Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mor gan, .miss lii Iva J. hu nch and K. Dodson w ere the diuner g uests Sunday ol Mr. Dodson's mother at Krjmire. Misses Cecil and Marion Dix enter tained at their home on Saturday even- Irene Hradlcy, Sunday. ing, their guests included the voung Dr. and Mrs. .1. C. Tucker folks of the town, a crowd from Holt, and many others all reporting a pleas- were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andant evening. rew Dudgeon, Sunday. , l'.lnora, have returned from a visit to friends in Owensboro. Rev. Medcalf, of Ohio, III., has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. John O'Reilly, Jr. Bernard O'Keilly was in Lou'sville last week on a visit. Mrs. Marion Lawrence and children, of Evansville, has returned to iier home after a visit to relatives here. Miss Annie Mary TeafT invited ten little girls to her home last Friday afternoon Irora ;i to 6 o'clock to celebrate her tenth birthday. Refreshments were served and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. Day, Sunday. The Red Cross will meet at the ComNat Bail went to Louisville mercial Hotel Thursday afternoon. The membership has reached seventy five Saturday. and more joining each meeting. Mis. Hob Frank and children, Attorney Claud Mercer made a busiwent on an outing, Sunday. ness trip to Cloverport and Louisville last week. Mrs. Leslie Walker and sons spent McDANIELS last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Beeler, at their country home Mr. and Mrs. Percy Tucker, near Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. K. Smith, of Ekron, and Hen bet Muttingly, of liar ned, were dinner guests of Miss were the guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Clarence Lewis. -- Ban F0RDSV1LLE PLANING MILL CO. I ni'orporutt-f- l JAKE WILSON, Manager FORD6VILLE. KY. THE BEST WAY TO FIND COMPETENT HELP (jood, reliable help is as difficult to rind ordinarily as a Unless you are extremely fortunate needle in a haystack. you are likely to be disappointed by selecting from the limited fied few-wh- otfer themselves. The only efficient method of seeking the properly qualiparty is through the Want Ad Column of this newspaper. We rind the needle in the haystack. We take your message and deliver it into the hands not only of one but dozens of people who are competent in the particular line of work you want done. A Want Ad is The Best Way To Find Competent Help. Administrator's Notice. How to Develop a Good Memory. In an article ab.mt JmMM lliir BM ami his great memory in the September A roorlmi .Magazine, a writer say: "Attention comes first . Borgia All persons indebted to the estate of Mrs. Kinin.i II. Skillinan, deceased, are Mr. and Mrs. Tom O'Donoughe requested to promptly see the underand children, of Hardinsburg, signed and adjust their obligations. All were guests ot and .Mrs. .1 no persons having claims against said estate will file same properly proven with Rhodes, Sunday. the undersigned. Miss Mary Ann Harned returned Mr. Fred Fraize returned to H. White, from Louisville Thursday, where McDaniels Saturday, after a vis- Administrator, Mrs. Kmma II. Skillinan, home she has been visiting friends and relait with Mr. and Mrs. (Jris Frank, Cloverport. Ky. tives for the past three weeks. John 1'. Haswell, Atty., of Owensboro. The two children of Dick Davis, who Hardinsburg, Ky. Miss Blanch .larboe left Friday have been ill with typhoid fever for the for Louisville to spend a few Crematory stations operated by the past eight weeks, we are glad to say weeks with her brother Audra government are to be found iu nil part i are improving. of Jupuu. Clay Marr and Milton Bashatu, who .larboe. have been working in Louisville, are at Miss Kmma Pry OT spent SatMost disliguriug skin eruptions, scrof- home to spend their vacation. urday and Sunday with her home ula, pimples, rashes, etc , are due to Rev. Chas. Bruingtot:, ot Harned, is impure blood. Burdock Blood BlttSfl folks at Fisher. our pastor for the coming year at the as a cleansing blood tonic is well Cumberland Presbvlerian church. Mr. Joe (ilasscock, Kstes Hart 11. at all stores. I). H. Smith motored to Webster Sataud (Joidon Rhodes motored to urday to buy a 'tlivver. " Hnrdieahtjrg Friday on business. (iAKFlLLD. Mrs. Ditto and children, of BrandenSeveral from here attended the burg, visited her mother, Mrs. Herbert t'hautauipia at Falls of Hough old baby Horsley, last week. The little eighteen-mouthSaturday. of Mr. and Mrs. CoaU died Friday Mrs. Olivia Chtlf is visiting her sis. and was buried the following ter, Mrs. L.eua Snider, at Woodrow. Thomas Cannon motored to day iu the (Jaiheld cemetery. Mrs. Robert Jchnsonand littledaugh-ter- , Hardinsburg Friday. Mi. aud Mrii. Taylor Gray, of II. u Matlie Christine, ot Hardiusburg, Weight weight a inanila rope is ned, ure moving to their country home ure visitiug at this ulace. Mrs. Johu-soabout as Ntroug us u Hleel one. near here. tells us that her son, Keeu, has been 1 s The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. promoted to Second Lieutenant in the army. H. B. Moorman, Homer Alexander and Percy Tucker, of Harned, were here Friday. Several from here were at Hardinsburg last week being examined for the army. Ben Harned and sons, Hubert and Karnsst, of Custer, were here Friday en route to Hardinsburg. Miss Nell Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ova Gr .y, is very ill with pneumonia . Rev. Cuudilf, of Hardin county, who has been assisting Rev. C L. Bi uing-toin the annual Freedom meeting, returned to hisliome Thursday. IttM of our farmers llave sold their tobacco at i5 a round. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Beard and son, Ralph, of Hardinsburg, passed through town F"riday en route to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. William Howard, ot Clifton Mills, are visiting relatives here. u fr