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The Breckenridge news: August 29, 1917 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 brc1917082901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: August 29, 1917 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. VOL. XLII OUR BOYS WHO ARE IN TRAINING. In ALL THL NKW5 THAT'S FIT TO PRINT $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. 8 Pages HIGH CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 29. 1917. PROGRAM OF No. 9 BAPTIST MEETING PUBLIC SCHOOL OPENS RED CROSS SOCIETY. LIST OE NAMES WHO CONTRIBUTED. PRICES ASSOCIATION To-da- SEPT. 3 F0RJ0BACC0. HnrdiBabarg, -- To the Illiteracy Campaign in Mes TheC. H. S. and Graded School France And U. S. A. One Who Which Convenes The local Red Cross Society votalso Catholic School. New Breckinridge County. Goal sengers Will Be Met In AutoHas Passed. Two Will Be ed to accept the call for two hundnot Quite Reached. Teachers to be added this mobiles. Lunch to be Served No Exemption Examined. TobacOO Claimed. In Masonic Building. Year. Vacation days which are mostly "all CklfW Porttn are peculiary in Tin Breckinridge County Baptist play and no work'' will soon come to tercsted in the; war now more than will begin its annual session an end when that familiar sound of the ever from the fact that some of this morning, at 10 o'clock, in the Bap- school bells will summons the youngthe hoy J who so bravely voluntee- tist church. The Messengers will ar- sters anil High school students to the on the morning trains, at 9M5 and red are now in service while others rive o'clock. They will lie nu t in call of school duties. After havir.g a 11:00 are waiting for orders and will he automobiles and conveyed totlie church. delightful vacation, every boy and ready to go when they are called. At the luncheon hour, the Messengers girl of school age in tn is city, will be at their respective schools the lirst tap Anions those who are in service and their hostesses will go to the Ma of the ball for not one of them will Lew- sonic building, where delicious lunches and in training are, Herman want to be called a slacker and suffer will be served both days. is and Bernard Lewis, sons of Mr. the humiliation of being compelled to The women will hold their meetings go by a truant officer. Henry Lewis, and Muriel Moris-son- . in the Masonic building. Herman Lewis is following his trade and has a place as hoiler maker on the U. S. S. Vaterland. The last message his family received from him was in Hoboken, N. J., some time in May. Tbey-dnot know where he is now. His brother, Bernard Lewis is at Ft. Logan, Little Rock, Ark. He is a special nurse in the Medical corps and was very successful in nursing one patient through a of typhoid fever. He took examination as a corporal and thinks maybe he will pass. Muriel Morrison is with Battery E. Fifth Field Artillery. He sent a card home from Ft. Totton, L. 1., N. Y., three weeks past and said he would sail that day with his company. Nothing more ha been heard from him but his family believe he is in France. Donard J. Smith who was ex amined hy the local board two weeks ago, has received notice from the hoard that he has been accepted for military service in the U. S. army. He has to wait Mr. Smith fort further orders. claimed no exemptions. Paul Lewis and Wilbur Chapin will be examined by the local board on Thursday. They will claim no exemptions. o sre The two schools, the Cloverporl that if any of the large for the Bap Graded and High School also the CathSchool will begin their fall terms or not. accommodate them that olic 011 Monday morning, Sept. 3. meet in the Methodist Tne two vacancies in the publ The smaller boys and girls of church. The Association will closs will be filled by Miss Anna C. the town have been organized into Thursday. of Henderson, the eigth grade Suggested Order of Business for Guthrie is known as the "Clippers teacher and Miss Ruth t'hambliss of what Association: Breckinridge Club" of the Red Cross OrganizaHardinsburg will supply Miss CowMORNING, Aug 29. herd's place as teacher for the fifth tion. 10:00 a m Meeting begins with Devoand sixth grades. The other members The children meet at one antional Exercises of the faculty will have the same other's homes everv week and 10:20 a. m. Reading of Letters from piacesasthey had last year. with them. Churches and Enrolling of MessenThey are: Supt. G. R. McCoy, J. Ral- take soft clean rags gers. eigh Meador, Miss Margaret Wroe, They clip the rags into very small 11:00 a. m Introductory Sermon, Rev. Miss Lenora McGavock, and Miss strips and these strips are used to Kutsel Walker. Visitors Knrjlled. Julia Wroe. stuff pillows for the soldiers. Announcements. The Catholic school will have the Mrs. Frank Mattingly will enDinner for same teachers as last year, the three 12:i5 p. m. Adjournment tertain the "Clippers Club"' WedMessengers, Visitors, etc. Crsline sisters with the addition of anAll children other Ursline Sister who will teach nesday afternoon. AFTEUNOON music provided she secures enough who care to are privileged to be De1:30 p.m. Reconvene at church. pupils to warrent her stay. come members. votional Service to 1:4s P- - mp, m Letters, if any, to be read oo0 1:45 French's New Sensation. and Messengers Knrolled. The proceeds of the picture 2:15 p. m. Organization. .show to be, given Friday ecening 2:1(0 p. in Miscellaneous Business. The pioneer of all boat shows, 7, will sjo to the local Red 2:45 p. m Report of 11 M. A. S. and Frenche's new sensation will lie Sept. Cross fund. Ky. B. C. Home read and discussed here Thursday, Aug. 30. as our beneficiary work. A musical comedy consisting of Wanted- - more men to join the 3:v0 p m Denominational Literature. and the Lord's at all star cast will present a show Cloverport Red Cross Society. 4:00 p. m. Temperance Day Observance read and discussed. that will lie unique and ordinal in 4::i0 p. m. Schools and Colleges, Th every detail. Ttiere will he a lievy Qualifies As Administrator. Seminary and Women's of song birds who will give seveTraining School read and discussed. ral vaudeville numbers. Several Announcements and Adjournment. (indium .lolly qualified in the comedians and a ministrel are inEVENING cluded in the program and are County Court Monday as adminis7:30 p. m. Devotional Exercises trator of his son l'ercy H. Jolly 7:45 p. m. Auxilliaries, W. M. W; B. guaranteed to produce laughterand deceased. V. P. U. and S. S. read and discussed. smiles from every one. Adjourn at pleasure. Rev. Couch sessions were tist church to they would stat' too d red knitted woolen articles which will be used in helping keep a small number of the soldiers comfortable this winter. The raquaate was for ."( sweaters, 50 mutlcr-- . .") pair of socks and 60 wristlets. The Society will furnish as many of the articles a possible. There is only a limited number of members who can knit. Here is an opportunity for the women who can and are anxious to do OOMtbiwJI to help in this great world war. Any woman can help whether she is a member 000 . - 000 MORNING, Aug. 10. Guests At The Castle. S::J0 a. m. Devotional Service. The Rev. Jouett McDonald and 8:45 a m. Heading of minutes of previous days proceedings, correcting Mrs. McDonald and their children, roll. Robert and Mary Catherine, 0:00 a. m Miscellaneous Business. the guests of Mr. and !):20 a. in. District Mission Board reare Mrs. Frank Mattingly at The Ca- - port tle. They arrived here from their 9:40 a. m. District, Home, State and home Pittsburg, Kan., last week. ynreign missions reports all read and The visit of Mrs. Mattingly's discussed. Resolutions, announcements 11:40 a. m brother and- - his family is a pleaetc. Adjournment. Dinner. sure to many in Cloverport. At AFTERNOON the Methodist church Sunday L3O p. m. Organization of District morning Mr. McDonald gave a Mission Board. Respt. submitted, sermon of Consolation and hope, A. N. Couch, and one of information about the Chairman. war. Sunday evening he preached an Sends in Resignation appealing sermon, "At Home," making one realize that it is posMiss Ermine Cowherd, whose home is sible to make God "at home" in in Cainbelsville, Ky.,sent the local school one's heart every day and to make boaid, last week, her resignation as a forgiveness and all that makes teacher in the Cloverport I'ublic school. that she had acgladness and peace "at homo" in The reason given was the Cainbelsville cepted a position in one's heart. school. Bar-ma- n Special Tax Announce ment by The Farmers Bank T TNDER the new Tax Law of Kentucky, which becomes effective Sept. 1, 1917, money in hand is taxed 40 cents on the $100; money on deposit in bank is taxed 10 cents on the $100. Deposit Your Money Now Certainly the wise man will not keep his money out of bank and pay 40 cents when by depositing it in the Farmers Bank he not only has the satisfaction of knowing it is safe but he saves the difference between 40 cents and 10 cents in taxes. This looks like "30 cents" but it is that much saved and no small item. Sews, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir: As per pn uui sc hereafter f those responding to appeal finil list to give Out- ($1 00) Dollar to teach each of our two hundred anil tliirtv-livilliterate solilier hoys U reail and write The g.d women ami men of this organization, teachers ami others Intlmtsd, will teaeh them free, the ilollar baying the equipment. Other counties have anil our county should piv its part Von M what we have ami must raise I. personally, know a gffMt riumlur who have voluntarily indicated pllipuea to give I dollar whose names are not on the list. Send it in daring this week, and I hate let's do our part to bag, and it should not he necessary, but this is not for me. Some of your hoys will associate with those to he henefitted. Act nowRespectfully, II. Daff, Moorman. THH LIST Ilardinshurg, Ky. H, Dell Moorman, lo.00; M I). Heard, $5 00; S. T. De Jarnette, In) M. YV. Hat.her, $1.(10; R. N. Warren, 1 1. oO; J. C Dowell, .50; R. T. Dowell, $1 00; M. H. Kincheloe, $1 oO; l 6 COOpar, .5O; J. K. Kincheloe, $1 oO; Claude Mercer, 4.2.00. W. C. Duval 4 1. 00; A T. Heard, 41 00; V. C. Moorman, ll.Ooi John D. Shaw. 41. oO: I. A Marshall, .50; T. A Rhodes, JO; City Grocery, 50; j. c. Sills, .50; O. D. Heard, ."o; R. R Compton, 41. oO; D. II. Ilaynes, .50; C. A. Hlack, 5O; Alf Tay lor, fl.OOj T. J. Hook, JSl.Oo; C. M. lies, tin, .5O; John O'Reilly, 41.0O; J. M. Bkillmaa, .5O; Gregory, 50; 1, Walker' JO; I'. llasham, ,S'; J. W. Trent. 41. Ou; George K Bess, .50; Paul Compton, f2 00) T. II. Heard' 1.00; John Alexander, .so; I). C Walls, 41.00; B. Manning, .25: Joseph H. Lex, fti.Oo; J. I'. Mattingly, .10; O. i. McGary, io; Philip Flood, .10; Pan) D, Wethington, .J0;G, C. C.anier, 41 00; John O'Reilly Jr , 4l.oo; Miss Kthel Dowell, 4l.oO;J. M Dellaven, 41 00; p. S. Kincheloe, 41.OO; O D Dowell, 41.OO; T. II. Withers, Jl .oO; J. W Hendrick, .50; William Norton, .M; C. G. Hendrick, ."0; G. D Bhellman, 41 00 Cloverport, Ky G, R. McCoy, Jtl llo; R. I.. Oelze 11.00; J.C. Nolle, 41.. U; B. P, Nolte, 4100; O. T. Odtwalt, ft.oo; Pawl Lewis, 41.00; A. H. Skillmau, 4i ol); Marion Weatherholt, 41.O0; C. K. Light-foo- t, 42 h; Conrad Payne & Co., 4i.oo; L McGavock, 41.00; Beevin A McCrneh en, fi oo; n. h. Qniggine, 41 0o; B, M. Wedding, 41. 0o; H. Souires, 41. Ho; J. H, Brown, 00; K. G Bailee, 100;Mfcw Hertie Cordrey, $1 ,00; Thomas, Carter, tl.oo; I). H I'helps. .41.0); J, B. Severs, 41.o0; W. H. Inwniei, fl.Oa; C. Q, fl.Oo; C. W. Moorman, 4.1 .(to; J. A. Barry, 41.oo; Lafe J. Hehen, 4l.0o; 4I.00; Miss Mildred Hah Jesse hage, 41 00; Mis. W. Q. I'olk. 4i.o; W. C. Pate, 41.0O; Mrs. w. c. Pate, 41.0O; C. V. Ilainman, 4i oo; L V. Chapin, $l,oo; Allen Jennings, , oO; B. T. Field, 41.00; H H, Hehen, 4i.oo; H. N. Wood, 41 0o; O. T. Skillnian, 41.00; F. C. Ferry, 4V00; II. H. Hardin, $1 Oo. Stephensport, Ky. W. Schopp, William C.ilhert, ll.Ooj V. R. Dod-so$1.00; James H. Lay, $l.oO; Alf Cashmau, 41 Oo; 1'. (',. Maysey, 41. 00; Mrs. W. J. Schopp, oO; Thompson & Thompson, .50; Dr. O IC Ferguson, 4 oO Mrs. M A. McCuhhins, 4l.0o; Morgan Bros., 41 Oo. Lodibnrg, Ky. A. M Hardin, 4i.o0; Q R Cox, .1'5; Mrs. A. M. Hardin, 41. - Kd i tor BwckcnrMgt Loon Leaf Wiiichotisc Co.. ,,f Ky.. cim iissurc tht s of this County much higher prices for their tolmcco this seiison than ever hefnre. ainl it tandsthe growan of tobacco tn hold on to their product until he market is Mrockinriiljrc Ifurd-ItMbtirf, The Atf. 27. (Special) Far-iopi- -- I I'stnhlished. The fnrmers of Mreckinridife county lost last year over 000, by Mlliag too early, and the conditions at the present timo. are much more ftaooamgillg for hiyjh-e- r prioM than they were year Hold your tolmcco and get ahal you are entttled to for the raisinir of it. 11 it-- go. William Davis, fi.oO; J. Knue, 4i.OO; J. R. Kent, fi.oo; j. m. Clrina, 41 oo; J. H Hates, f (HI; S. M Jackson, 41 00; O. C. Squires, $1.(10. Van .ant, Ky. W. A, Moorman, $1 00. Total amount of the ahove list 4IH4 Hrei kinridge County assessment is 41)0 amount yet to he raised BUB. Nominees Must File Expense Account. 1'nder the primary election law, hefore the county hoard of election commissioners awards a certificate of nomination to any candidate nominated at the recent primary election, an after primary expense account must he tileiPin the county clerk's office, showing the amount of expenses incurred since the tiling of the first expense account. 1'nder the law this must he done within thirty days after the primary has heen held. No certificates will he awarded the nominees until the accounts have heen filed. t. . Efficient Domestic Science Teacher. Miss Anna Hamhlctou, Sorgo, Ky., who teaches Domestic Science in the School at Noble, Louisiana, has heen pending part of her vacation in e, Hart county, Ky., organizing Home BcOOOSttiCS Clnhs. One cluh was Organised with seventy memhers. Miss Hnmhtetoa demonstrates to the women the art of scientific cooking and canning. So successful was she ill her work that a pennant position was offered her hut she was unable to accept on account of being engaged in the Louisana school for the comming year. Mun-fordsv- il tl A A Large Rattler. Ham-urn- , rattle snake with six rattles and a button is on exhibition at B. F. Heard & Co 's store in Hardinsburg. From the number of rattles the snake is eight years old. It was captured by Mr. kobbios. It is attracting considerable attention, as the diamond-bucrattler is almost extinct in these parts. k Now is the time to Subscribe . f.V-0- h Putting Your Advertisement In The Brecken- Miss Cowherd lias been one of the grade teachers in the public grade school here for the last four years, and bers of the Methodist Sunday School and was for the fall term. church have pledged an honor roll. The vacancy has not been tilled so far. To those who have gone out from this community in defense of our cotiniry's Women are Eager to Serve. honor. We pledge that we will follovr Mrs. Frank A. Vanderlip, wife of tile them in spirit, into camps, in hattle and We will pray for their l'resideiit of the National City Hank in high seas on the protection aud guidance anil for their New York, has been extremely active in safe return to homeland anil loved ones. war relief work, both as a worker herThose on the honor roll at present, Dr. self and as a director of the thousands L. li. Moremen, Biou Jolly Will Couniff, aud one new occupations that are open Lewis Herndon, Wilbur Parks, R. L. to women at this time. Writing in the September issue of Loyn ami John Gibson. Harper's Da.ar, now ready, Mrs VanParty at the Rocks. derlip makes this statement: "Women Mis Mary Pate gave a motor boat are eager to serve. They have always party down to the Hocks on Monday served at home Now our government The party went in the needs their work outside their homes. evening. eh, "Koy C" and took their sup They will be ready for every sacrifice. r The guests included the mem- 1 believe that the idea of democracy .I .1 k UL. - - . with its promise of opportunity for every ...... - child, is a clear and definite belief in .. n k Horn and Julian Fields, of Owe n- - the minds of women, aud that we are who art house guests of Mr. and ready to give to our utmost to create a j world democracy." T. B. Ftalda. Irvington S. S. Has Honor Roll. Irvington Aug 27, (Special (Mem- Oo; J. W Uinnjn.tl OO; C. SAVE AND HAVE THE FARMERS BANK INCORPORATED - u- Hardinsburg, Kentucky 301 Mrs. M. A. Bntensan, 41. 00; Hyron Johnson, "0. Webster, Ky. J. C. Crutcher, 42.00; Mrs J. C. Crutcher, 4i.oo; K. A. Ciay- eansn, 4i Im Hal Dnan, 41 aO; Mrs. Tom Lydilau, li.u) Mrs Charles 41 00; Charles Claycomh, 4I.O0; K. D St. Clair, 41.00; K. D St. Clair, 4i (K) M. L. Harl, 41 Do; Rockvale, Ky W. W. Baxter, 4i 00; S. R, iMwards, 4l. IK). McDatuels, Ky. Rhodes, Storms & Co, 4250; J.C Tucker, 41.00;. H. Hart M. I)., I00. Hewleyville, Ky. Charles Blauford, tS 00. Custer, Ky. C.ilhert Tile, 1.00. Mooleyville, Ky D. S. Sphire, 43 Oo. Hudsouville, Ky. C. Royalty, 45. Irvingtou, Ky W. J l'iggott, 4a() 00; S. 1. l'ayne, 1.00. BJnj Dean. Kv J. A. Dean, .50; I). C. Mooruiau Jr , li.OO; K. W. ones, It 00; Rev. J. F. Meng, 41.00. Clay-coiu- I l'ayne, .25; ridge News is Putting Your Salesmanship Right into the Homes of Breckinridge County Buyers I IOI)llC McQuady, Ky. W. W. Martin, .3O; Hawesville Prices Good Until Sept. 15th Come and See us RailyCoal Irvington, Ky. SMASH GERMANS Oil VERDUN LINE French Storm Key Positions to Foe's Defenses, AUSTRIAN FORCES RETREAT On to Potsdam McGLOTHLAN & SON, HUGHES' CHILL TONIC EXCELLENT GENERAL ToNIC llild Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic COMPANY V For freedom at home; Aug. 27. Delivering anIlertln's Forty-nineIlavo grcindpons that come. other smashing blow on tho right hank (PALATABLE) And with nil this bold crew (Contains no Arsenic) of the Mcuro In tho Verdun sector, Nothing will do BETTER THAN CALOMEL OR Ql'IMNE. the French netted a gain of about While the Ileitis tiro so green THE OLD RELIABLE of n mile on a front of two And the sky so btuo miles nnd a linlf, giving the French Hut to push on tho columns to Fotsdam. As well as a Kcinnly for Chills nml l'cvers, Malarial l'evcrs, Swamp Fcvcis anil possession of the Fosses nnd Ilcau-inon- t Let Schrccklichkclt trcmblo. lliliotis Fevers. Just wlinl you need at this season. woods and bringing them to the As freo men assemble Poles, Irish, Huns, Jews. outskirts of tho vlllago Beaumont. Their zeal cannot lag; official report from tho wnr ofllco All ono In their views The At Druggists, 50c and $l.Uu Hollies Try It. Don't Take Any Substitute. also reports artillery fighting of great And under ono flag. PREPARED BY violence around Hill 301 on the loft For, with nil Pershing's crew, Nothing will do ROBINSON-PETTE- T bank of the Mcuso. hlle tho Holds nro so green Incorporated French advance posts have reached And tho sky so blue Hut to push on tho columns to Potsdam. tho outskirts of Ilcthlncourt and the LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY J. A. In Brooklyn Eagle. banks of the Forges brook. Two German attacks on the heights of tho For earache, toothache, pains, burns, Meuso were repulsed with largo scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas1 losses. The Hrltish attacked and drove tho Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy for Louis Ry. Co. Germans out of a portion of trench northeast of Glllemont farm, which the enemy had captured In the morn11ARD1NSBURG ing, the Hrltish former positions, according to the official Mrs. Lee Bishop has received a communication issued by tho war ofHats ready fice. A Gorman counter attack later full lino of millinery. EVANSVILLE ST. LOUIS was repulsed. Tho statement tells to wear for tho Stato Fuir and all further of a repulse by Portuguese other decisions. 8:35 a. m., 5:05 p. m., 9:48 p. m. 8:35 a. m., 9:48 p. m. troops of a German raiding party. The battle between the Italians and Little Miss Mildred Walker foil lyomlon, rs two-third- s Italians Make a Further Advance on the Isonzo Front North of Gorizla British Position 'North, east of Glllemont Farm. tWHh duo apologies to tho Into Dob fknithcy and tho lato John tt. Thompson A Hamburg newspaper's correspondent who linn seen Vanlico troops In Franco writes Hint tlicy "look Ilka the sons or Im migrants.") IV rs us tins got An excellent lot Of Immigrants' sons In his columns; They're linppy nnd proud To be shouting aloud For Liberty's cnuso In a turbulent crowd; A ml, with (ill (Ills bold crew, Nothing vUtl do While the llclil.i are so green And tho sky Is so blueUut to push on the columns to Potsdam 111 "The best JUT is the i cheapest" isn't true of everything. it's true of clothes. fabrics wear longer, keep their shape better, hang better and fit better All-wo- ol i In the camp you may hear Tho sweet Gcrmun accent, Tho rich Irish brogue, And exiled combiners Hvery lingo In vogue than "mercerized cotton" fabrics; and these are the things you want your clothes for. clothes will cost you more than cotton, of course; the point we make is that even at the higher All-wo- ol Louisville. Henderson & St. DAILY TO PULLMAN PULLMAN SLEEPERS SLEEPERS L., H. & ST. L. RY. High-Class Coaches Observation Parlor Cars TENTH AND BROADWAY TRAINS LEAVE UNION STATION City Ticket Office: Fourth and Main Both Phones R. F. 1134 E. M. WOMACK, G. P. A. PENN,. H. L. SWEENEY, C. P. A. T. P. A. LOUISVILLE, KY. m m WANTED!! Horses and I I Mules 4 to 9 years old. Will be in Mardinsburg Friday, August 31st i At Beard Bros. Barn. 1 PI FIFTEENTH-ANNUAL tho Austriaus still rages, with tho Austrlans stubbornly retreating at many points, including the lower Carso. Numerous messages from the front received by ministers Indicate that the Italians arc making swift strides toward victory. When asked for an expression of his opinion ot the results thus far achieved In the battle Lieutenant General Count Ca dorna, commander In chief of the Ital lan forces, smilingly replied: "Wo nro doing nicely, thank you." 23,000 More Prisoners. Tho Italians have made a further advance on the Isonzo front north of Gorizla, closely pursuing the Aus' trlans, tho war office announces. Aus trian counter attacks on the Carso were repulsed. The number of prisoners has been Increased to more than 23,000, in addition to which a great amount of booty has been captured. The total losses of tho Austrlans from all causes aro reckoned at near ly 100,000. the most important of which, in tho Carso region, have not vot been officially announced. It is said that among the losses ot the Auftrlans are many men of the famous Twentieth division, popularly known as the "Iron Division." The Germans nervously, but Inef fectively, bombarded their lost posi tions around Verdun throughout tho day, without any Infantry attack. Not a single German now remains south of Forges brook. The assertion of the Germans that they voluntarily evacuated territory on this front Is disproved by an order relating to Dead Man Hill, and signed by General von Dietrich, which was found on a prisoner. It said: "An attack may bo expected momentarily. Tho division must rely on its own strength. I hope it will siifflco to de feat tho enemy." Another sentence refers to Hill 304 as "the key to the wholo western front." French commanders give high praise to the work of their aviators, whom they regard as having played a large part in winning the victory. They not only fought oft German airmen, but regulated the fire of the artillery. Attacks at several points on the Russian and Itoumanlan fronts were beaten back by tho Russians, tho war office announces. A furtner auvance on tho Caucasslan front, where the Itusslana recently began offenslvo op orations, also is reported. NO WILSON PEACE SPEECH KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Louisville, September .Supreme In 10-15, Senators Who Thought They Knew Are Proved Mistaken. Washington, Aug. 27. Talk in con 1917 Horse Show History o?rntehip Premiums, Ten Bie Acts C1EATB8T -- $10,000.00-- s.K """""" Bnd of Forty OF FEUS $50,000.00- "HIPPODROME" AGGBECATION OF INDOOR ATTRACTIONS CVKK BKA UTIFUL BABT-SHOAKA1)E MID WAT Of UIBTI. UUflIC AND MOVING MAIIM wuson mignt gress that possibly nddrcss tho national body on the subject of peace when he makes roply to I'opo Benedict's proposal was effectually silenced when tho White House let it bo known in emphatic terms that the president has no such intention. Somo senators who thought thoy had an Inside view of what tho president was planning discussed it as a probability. The statement at the White House was unequivocal in its terms, however, that tho president had not thought of going before congress to spcaic on tho su.oct. Qen. Wltser It Recalled. Washington, Aug. 27. Drlgadler-GenerJohn P. Wisser, U. S. A., retired, was restored to active duty by army orders Just Issued and ordered to Honolulu to replace Brigadier-Genera- l Charles G. Treat as commander of the Hawaiian department. General Treat will be assigned to other ierr. loe later. Reduced Railroad Rate. CataUfaa naar rtaar. Adaraaa FOUNT T. KBEMKX xrUr7. Ill Kapabllc Balldlai. LaaliTlll. last week and had to have three stitches taken in her lip. Mr. and Mrs. John Skillman and children motored to Elizabeth- town last Thursday to bo tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Beard. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Beard, Misses Mar' Frunklin and Clara went to Louisville last Thursday in their automobile. Mrs. Lewis Ktnchcloo has returned to her homo in Wheeling, W. Va., after an extended visit hero with relatives. Mrs. D. W. Scott, Somerset is the guest of her sister, A. M. Kin choloe and Dr. Kincheloo. Mr. William Daughorty and children have returned to tneir homo in Owensboro after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tealf. Mr. and Mr. Coleman West and b.iby, ' Kirk were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milt West in Park addition. Mr. J. Raleigh Meador, Itopub-licianominee for County Superintendent was in town Saturday. Miss Kathleen Hoben has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Lawcronce Ves sels, Stanley have been the guests of relatives here. Miss Eliza Miller has returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Hendrick near Lowisport. Attournoy lohn P. Haswell Jr., Louisville has been in town on lgal business. Mrs. Alfred Taylor has had an attack of appendicitis. Mrs. Will Marker and children after a two months visit to her Mrs. Lizzie have returned to their homo in Dccutur, Ind. Miss Maggie Ryan is in Louis-villtaking her vacation tluring her ubsenco Miss Nell Jones is in tho telephone ofiico. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, Birmingham, Ala., are the guests of her father, Mr. Roscoo Eskridgo. W. G. Dowell, Detroit, Mich., is tho guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F, R. Dowell. Little Miss Elizabeth Potts and Bernard Teuir have typhoid fever. Mrs. Ileston Driskoll und child-rcMiss Rosa Driskoll and Mas ter Ileston Driskoll Jr., aro homo from a visit to relatives in Hen derson. Tho Ladies Prayer meeting will meet with Mrs. Sam DeJarnotte Friday afternoon. n prices they're cheaper. It is real economy to buy a Hart Schaffner & Marx suit and pay $25, or $30 or even more, instead of putting $12 or $15 into a suit that's made of "mercerized cotton" fabric which will fail absolutely to do the things you expect of your clothes. You mav save a few dollars; but you lose money in the end by buying' such clothes. B. F. BEARD & CO. The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Hardinsburg, Ky. Our Boys at the Front! ITS L IKE ft The-- gov i uiix k mt nt i x ' a it iv grand-mothe- r, Mc-Gar- y o I'm glad we can keep track of the boys through the Evansville Courier Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Novelties, Etc. 1 n, Wo offer you tho happy combination of a superior stock, a largo assortment, and tho fairest prices. Every article shown is tho best of its class every class represented is varied und complete You will approve of our very reasonable prices. Come oven if it is necessary to como without know-inwhy. You will find very ood reasons when you soo tho many splendid opportunities we offer. g T. G. LEWIS, Watchmaker :: Hardinsburg, Ky. Subscribe for The News Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity won't remove them, Doari's Ointment Is recommended for itching', bleeding or protruding piles. 60c at any drug store, i per lb. at The News Office I Only a 1 Few More Days of this Great Removal Sale! S 12 The Golden Rule Store is offering to you the last chance to buy your Summer, Fall and Winter Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Underwear, Dry Goods and Groceries at a great reduced price. Let us impress the fact upon your mind that this is our final offering. Don't fail to take advantage of the low prices and get your fall and winter needs Pounds of Sugar for $1.00 to Any Purchaser of $5.00 or More at our Store. Dry Goods I Men's and Boys' Pants 1 Punts'; value up Ladies' Sweater Coats; $7.60 val..$5.00 Men's Fall Drcis to $3.50; sale price $2.48 Yard wido Percale, light color, Men's Heavy Jeans Work Pants; good for boys school waists, $1.49 values up to $3; sale price 15 special, per yard Men's Corduroy Pants; value up to Now fall Ginghams in largo and $2.98 .$4; sale price v small plaid; the thing for little .98 and 15c 1 lot Pants worth $2; sale price 12$c girls school dresses 89 Boys' pants, val. up to $1.50 An extra good quality of Bleached 33 Boys' pants, val. up to 75c .17 Muslin; yd. wide; spcciul yd 23 1 lot Boys' pants Unbleached Muslin; good heavy; 12 piece; yard wido Men's Shoes Table Linen in red and blue; pretty patterns; special per yard .. . .49 Men's Dress Shoes; $8.00 values; $5.98 sale price Men's Drcs4 Shoes; Gun Metal Ladies' Fall Skirts $3.48 and Vici; $0.00 val. ; price .. Just received a shipment of Ladies' Men's Dress Shoes; Gun Metal $2.4S and Tun; $3.50 values; price Fall Skirts in the new stripes und largo Men's Heavy, Waterking Work plaids. Shoes; tin Shoe for Fall and .$5.98 Dark Bluo Wool Gaberdine $4 98 Winter $7.00 values; price Serges U.98 Blue and Black Men's Heavy, Work Shoes; in $1.98 Black Poplin Tan and Black; double stitch$3.48 ed; $5.00 values; price Ladies' Carpet Slippers; 1 lot of good Shoes for Dress 25c and Work; a special olFcr at. $1.98 in all sizes . . . Specials Ladies Wash Skirts, sale prico 98c Men's Khaki Pants, sale price 89c Men's Sport Shirts, sale prico ... 48c Men's Palm Be:ich Shirts, salo prico 45c Men's Overalls, sale prico 09c Men's Hose, 20c val.; 2 pairs ... 25c Men's Suspenders, sale prico 23c Children's Hose, sale prico 10c C. M. C. Crochet Cotton, sale prico 9c Turkish Towels, salo price .. 8c 1 box Fine Soap, 3 bars, salo price 9c 1 box Soap, 7 bars 23c Violet Talcum Powder, sale prico 0c Burbon Twist Tobacco, 2 for 5c Ladies' Fibre Silk Hose, sale prico 38c 1 lot Ladies' Dressing Sacnues. 14 1 lot Ribbons, value 12Jc, sale prico 8c . . Men's and Boys' Clothing k Men's Hats . . . French-America- n Special While it Lasts 1 big lot of Embroideries worth 12ic; sale price, per yard Sic Boys' Shoes Wo have onl- u few odds and ends of Men's Underwear Ladies' Wash Skirts and will nQp Men's Heavy Weight; 75c val.: close them out at the low price of Odu Men's medium weight; 75u val.; 75c values; Wo have a largo lot of odds and ends of Boys' Underwear; - . . 48c 48u 39c Men's and Boys' heavy dcrwear, 75c vul.;s:ile priio 11 LTn Prtp Men's Sweater Coats in all OUu wool: $3.50 val.; sale a rice OZ.iT'Q tff) in Boys' Dress Shoes; $4.00 values; salo price $2.98 Boys' School Shoes; nnde of the Best Leather; Heavy S lcs; Double Stitched: tcirular $4 25 $3.23 value; salo price $1.25 Overalls Bovh'Gum Metal School Shoos $1.50 Overalls Button and Lice; reiriilur $1 9S $1.75 Overalls $3.00 values; sale price Men's Felt Hats, $3 values, Men's Pinch-BacSuits; $18.00 $1.98 $11.98 Men's Felt Hats, $2.50 values values; price .95 Men's Suits; $10 values; 9.98 Men's Straw Hats, $2.50 values $1.48 Men's Overcoats; $20 values; 11.98 Men's Straw Hats, $2.25 values .98 Boys' Suits; $0 values; 4.48 Men's Straw Hats, $1.50 values .48 Boys' Suits; $5 values; 2.98 Men's Palm Beach and Silk Hats .43 Boys' Knee Pant"; $2 values, 89 Boys' Knee Pants; $1 values 48 Ladies' Shoes Boys' Kueo Pants; 75c val 23 Boys' Brownie Overalls; 75c val. . .58 Ladies' high top calf: plain toe; $0 value 3.48 Ladies' cloth top; patent and dull; Men's Furnishings b; value $3.08 .... Men's Dress Shirts; $2 values; $1.48 Ladies' Gypsy boot: $4.50 value S2.98 Men's Dress Shirts; $1.50 val.; Pump; $4 value $2.98 .95 Ladies' four-ba- r Men's Dress Shirts; 75c values; .. .4Sc Women s Calf Pump: $4.50 value $2.98 Men's Work Shirts; 75c values; . 48c Women's Patent Pump, cloth top; Men's Work Shirts; 75c values; $4 50 value $2.9S 59c Men's Ties; 7Gc values; prico .45c Women's White Canvas Pump; $3 values Men's Ties; 50c values: price 41.73 19c Men's Ties; 25c values; prico 11c Misses' Velour Baby Doll Pump; Men's Cotton Gloves; 12c val.; $4 value .9 $2.48 Men's Cotton Hose; 15c values; .... . 9 I lot Ladies' Shoes; special $1.48 Men's Supporters; Boston or Paris; .31 Men's Hose; 6 pairs guaranteed Men's Overcoats 7Cn G months; 0G per box $18.00 Overcoats $9.98 Men's Palm Beach Shirts; ICri 75c values; prico $15.00 Overccats $7.98 T'Uu $12.00 Overcoats. $K.!I8 Overalls $10.00 Overcoats $5.98 . . I I 8 .$1.38 12 Pounds . of Sugar for $1 to Each Purchaser of $5 or More. $1.50 98c THE CjOLDEN MULE STORE RUSSIAN STATE COUNCIL MEETS Wildly Cheers Kerensky's Ad- 9 9 LOVERPORT. MY DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... ii There wrs much comment he cause of the absence of General Komi-loff- , NO tho present commander In chief, but It Is oxpected he will attend tho box. council. FRILLS Ifl ALLOWED CEMER VIEW KITS are looking fine since the recent rains. Health is good in this community. Mr. and Sirs. J. H. Hrickler and daughter, Bessie, Miss Krcle Lampton and brother, Hubard, motored to Falls of Kough, Sunday. The meeting; at Hudson is progress ing nicely. Uro J J. Smith and wife and their pastor, Uro. Speaks, are conducting the services Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gregory are visiting relatives in Hardin county this weeek. Mr. L. I). Gregory has returned home from Hlizabethtown. Mrs. II. B. Moorm.iu and little daughter, Loulso, of Ilnrncd, visited relatives here last week. Mr. Hob Mercer and wife, of Okla homn, are visiting- friends and ro a tlvcs in this community. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gregory visited her parents, Saturday aud attended church at Hudson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. I'ullon attended church at Hudson, Sunday night. Miss Leigh Gray, of Ilarned, visited her sister, Mrs. Leonard Holmes, last week. Mrs. Martha Mangley and daughter, of Louisville, are vislt'r.g relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hudson, Dr. loggers and wife and little daughter visited Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Gregory, Thursday. Not Interfering, of Course, With Golf. "I hear you havo taken your son into tho llrm." "Yes," answered Mr. Grabcoln grimly, "llo has consented to spend u fow lllnnlnglmm hours a day with us." Ago CONSCRIPT Crops dress For Cause. DISORDERS ARE FORESTALLED "All Attempts With Armed Forco Against the People's Power Will Bo Crushed With Blood and Iron," Premier Declares. Moscow, Aug. 27. Solemnity and old Russian pomp, which is especially characteristic of Moscow, marked the opening of tho state council, which promises Important results In the national life of Russia, The Grand Opera theater district was crowded with sightseers, and Interspersed among the members of tho council were to he seon cnaracterlstlc Russian types, Including lartara lu peaked caps, white-robemullahs from the Volga, Georgians robed In cloth of gold, Cossacks and dignitaries of tho Greek Orthodox church, who had arrived for the ecumenical church congress, which begins Tuesday. Notwithstanding the one-dastriko proclaimed by tho Dolslievlkl lu protest against tho council as a counterrevolutionary expression, tho city Is quiet. A few inclpieut attompts by tho liolsheviki street corner orators to organize demonstrations wero summarily suppressed by tho crowds, and no serious Incldont occurred. Tho building In which tho council is meeting Is surrounded by a close chain of soldiers, with ofllcers ovcry fow yards, tho soldlors being picked men from regiments ot tho slgm'l corps, or cadets training for olllcers. Tho chambers under tho building aro occupied by soldiers with fixed bayo-netsy The proceedings began with a speech by Premier Kerensky, lasting an hour and a half, pronounced In a nervous. Impressive voice, which aroused tremendous applause, mainly from that part of tho theater occupied by the Democratic organization and members of the cabinet, but the duma members aud the .Moscow Industrial deputies also at times participated. M. Kerens'ty spoke resolutely, em phasizlng the ro!o he had played In recent events and his determination to guide events in the future. The premier was greeted with wlbi applause, when, early lu his speech, speaking of tho dangers from tho extreme left, ho declared: "All attempts with armed fore against tho people's power will bp crushed with blood and iron." Still moro applause greeted him whon, hinting at a counter revolutionary military conspiracy, he exclaimed: "Lot th?m be warned, who think tho time has come when, relying on the bayonet, they can overthrow our revolution." The audience nroso and cheered this expression for llvo minutes. The premier's speecli indicated that tho government expects further attacks by tho military duma and the Moscow deputies, which ho denounced in advance. War Department Specifies Scant Equipment Ban Is Put on Trunks and Handbags. Loving mothers, doting sweethearts and kind friends must not load drafted men up with n lot of clothes and comforts whon they start to camp on Sept 5, Provost Marsha' General Crowdet ruled. DENTIST flfflrD Uniirc S". m. to 12 m. UIIIUW llUUId, 1 p. m. to 5 p. in. Always In oflh-- otllcc hours; during Inlngton, Ky. THE TO FIND BEST WAY COMPETENT HELP The 200,1110 boys entraining for cantonments on that date will be allowed to tuke very little. Tiunks are absolutely bailed. Suit cases and handbag-- , will be frowned upon. The war department prefers that each man bring only necessary toilet nrtl'.'les aud one ihaugc of linen and Ulidercluthiug. done up in a neat biual! but'ille. This is because strict attention will of bo given the military the liojs from the moment they report Ht Leutliiiiiirters of their local boards. The d"iijrtnient wishes It understood, however, that It is as necessary that tlia boys bring tho iirtieles mentioned as It is tluit they bring nothing more. Members of each man's local board will Inspect his kit Just before bo entrains, rejecting everything that 1ms no place therein and returning the surplus urtleles to i'.s relatives. "These men." said n draft olllclal. trip. "are not going on a They are going to study the business of war. They will o supplied with all the iieusvnry clothing and equipment wli?n clK'.v get to cani." According to thy regulations, any man lake u t thlirush, a pleey o( soap, a colltti-iblui Inking rup, a towel, a few handke.-vhly'H- . uii e.strn cblrt and collar, a hUit of underwear and a pair of socks apii'-arance var-atioI e Good, relinblo help is us tlilHctilt to tind ordinarily ns it ticcdlo in it haystack. Unless yon uro extremely fortunate you uro likely to ho disappointed by beleotiiifi from the limited few who oiler themselves. The only elliciont method of seeking the properly pmli-liepurty is thrmiijh tho Wiiut Ad Column of this newspaper. Wo lind the needle in the hiiy&tuck. Wo Hike your inessie und deliver it into the liiinds not only of one hut dozens of people who tiro competent in the piirticuhir line of work you want done. d A Want Ad is The Best Way To Find Competent Help. The Breckenridge News, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. and and Mrs. A. M. Hardin and Mary Kills, visited their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wallace I'arks of Krymire, last Sunday. A Soldier's Song - To tho valley of tho shadow. Whither Death was Urawlnif me, Camo a hand whoso touch meant comfort, Came tho hand of sympathy. Through the endless round ot moments, Through tho long, long scouree of pain. Near that valley my soul hovered, By that hand led back again. daughter, That Of tho blackness ot that nlsht. Round that patient hand of kindness Memory sheds a. glorious light. When my nlnht of Illness ended And my thoughts cunio back once more, I lived o'er tho day ot battle. Day of glory und of gore. Is all I can remember Herald. L0DIBURG A Difficulty Solved. Mr. aud Mrs. Mace Hendrick of New Ilethel are the guests of Mr. and Mrs Walter Adkisson, this week. Members and invited guests, beforo being admitted, have their tickets by nlno different military Wondering at the sourco of kindness. Opened I my eyes to see; posts. Saw behind the hand unfailing. Applaude Kerensky, Red Cross of humanity. Premier Kereuaky aud the other Wllhelmlne Heller In Brooklyn Standard Union. sialsterg ot the proTlsioaal govern-M- t but tho wife won't bear of it" occupied the it and war Thore are 40,000,000 church members "Uutuw a mouthful that," aald the General AlaxletT tai Brueel- - la tU Unite Bute. hr frleiid. "Tea au gira at a aeUuttfla fat fcie MC turner ootmmmc f4 0Mb is vie a tug j SMI- - moid uflt mm that wlU he msMt tee. It arte Iwr TMe) The old professor was deeply worried aud at last confided lu mi old friend. "Sly wife und 1 can't iigreo ubout tho name of our little daughter. I should name, as like to give her u I've mudo my murk in that direction. I wanted to call her Itudlo Tellurium, das Sketo and Jennie Bashnm visited Miss LeUha llasham, last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Marlah Adklsson who has been staying with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adklsson, for the past two months, Is at Sample this week, visiting her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Misses CI Mrs. Eddie Croush and children, of and daughter, Mre. visited Mr. and Mre. A. J, of Hardlnsbursr visited Atnmons, ClabeDowell, Keys, last Saturday and Sunday. Is the guest of her paiest Mr. and Mre. Dowsll's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrt. Id gar Compton of SvaBtville, Mrs. Adasn Basbaso, tats west ' Dick Avltt, Satareey aid ianday, Cox. Willie Mncy was t,h week end guest indwalplHsoaHo". )rirlvojiu yourimmcy of relatives at Cloverport. 1 do ack. it with my crop of the JiiAcszOiNTMrNTlmaLu MfftsflffV The corn ami the tobacco rom a rwtnl iby ttUn' uinl by Mm kVr M neighbor hood is fine. The potato uorvlliuu It) yean. It cartel me an mmj I lu UiuuMtid tf ottivrp. t070 Vp crop is not so good as was expected. Ilon't uffer mnr Iiipt. HutuJIl tor hot BmW tHJftlWlJ, HlOOtf UiCk KUftTfcUUtfc W Lawruntu Cnusx. Cuo of Tho Mr. ar.d Mrs. Wagner aud children of Louisville are the guests of their Box 464 Oweasbora aunt, Mrs. Ida Nottingham, this week, Kj. ICUME Eczema Id. Mt kkW WGuarantee to Palt It h num. Ti'ttor. U I nit T.i 1 IMmjili' and other t nmH of Of tyoUt and J, URAUSZ M DKUO C& C. Dowell I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JOHN D. BABBAOCirditor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY,' AUGUST 29, 1917 EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.50 a year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. LAB Oil DAY SEPT. 3, 1917. want knowledge, you, must toil for it; toil for it; if pleasure, toil for it. Toil is the law. If you if food, MVS KM. look fine, he says, 1. .ii.i nnu is expecting n yieiu ui .n I i- U -to the acre. One of Col. I'.. L. Kobertson'a $200 cows dropped n floe heifer calf Init week adding $75 to her value. Milton Tnte was at Irvlngton Mon day. He will handle tobaccofor Scliopp, This Government Issues Instructions Cook & Co.. at SteDhensport. firm has already bought 80,000 pounds of Hurley, For Relations and Friends, Hawkins Smith has a large force of men and teams at work on tho new Hardlnsburg and Garfield pike. They CENSORSHIP WILL BE LAX are moving things. H. H. Norton, E. L. Robertson and H. M. Heard, stockmen, were on the Put Down the 8oldler'a Name and Rank Louisville market Monday with hogs, on ths Firit Line, Hla Company and sheep and cattle. They report a drnggy Raglment on the Next and "American market and lower prices, especially on Force" on Next and Expeditionary cattle. Uncle Sam Will Do the Rest. Eli Storms says: "We have the best between the war Closo crops around McDanlels we have had in and postolllco deportments In bringing many years. ' rapidly Into operation a of stem where Sam Galloway bought the Len Mat- by tho parents and other relatives of tingly farm of 29O acres sold by Comsoldiers arc going to be able to keep missioner Walls Monday for $3,400. In closo touch by mall with those In tho There were a number of bidders on this lite. . potatoes that SENDING LETTERS TO MEN AT FRONT ilScKoo) . Aairv. 1 property. AN UNUSUAL FATHER. tomatoes and lOO cans of apples and now mem- beans. He expects to run his tomatoes The Editor of tho Uniontown Telegram has the sixth up to 2.000 cans. ber added to his family and it happens that she is u sweet littlo baby girl. From tho father's editorial announcement of her arrival, wc HARNED jurlgo ho is real proud of her, n rather remarkable coincidence, for nine out of ten fathers want boys and so seldom do we hear of one Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tucker and chil being genuinely elated over a little girl that wc think Editor Spalddren were guests of his brother, Gar ing deserves to be congratulated twice. Tucker, near Cloverport, for the week SAFETY FIRST. Mrs. Kelly Watts and son, Lle II , Wo need to havo the Block System cnstallcd at the railroad were gue.sts of Mr. Watts in Louisville crossings and some of the dangerous curves that ate in our town. last week. Mrs. Ell Pile, who has been visiting The fast driving of automobiles and vehicles should postivcly bu prohibited within the city limits or we arc going to have a terrible acci- relatives in Owensboro, returned home In.t Friday. dent some of these days. Miss Edna U. Gray spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Leonard Holmes, near Madrid, J. D. Aldridge, of Mook, was in town Tlce Miller has put up 1,300 cans of end. trenches In France. Already there has been established at General Pershing's hcndijuartrrs "somewhere along tho western front" a completo American postolllco station, ofiiccrcd mid nuiiiiicd by trained postal ulliclnls and employees taken from New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and other largo cities In tho United States. These posliil experts wcro quietly shipped to Europe on 0110 of the transports, and they sire rapidly getting their offices there organized. "At 1111 Aliunde port" of tho United Status that happens to servo its tho port of I'liilinrl.iitioii for troops going to Frame there Is uuother special brunch postoillre being organized und developed to huiidlu the mull nt this saving and putting it'm the 3ank. r? THE BEST BOOK YOUR BOY CAN HAVE IS A BANK BOOK. THERE'S LOTS OF KNOWLEDGE TO BE GAINED BY THE POSSESSION OF MONEY. YOU SHOULD TEACH YOUR BOY THE BEST LESSON HE WILL EVER LEARN "THAT HIS MONEY IS HIS BEST FRIEND" AND TEACH HIM TO PUT IT SAFE IN THE BANK. SOME DAY THE BANKER CAN ADVISE HIM HOW TO INVEST IT AND HE WILL BE A RICH MAN. COME TO OUR BANK me man wnrv morvev Df?oat THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. Total Assets Ouer $850,000,00 t It is gratifying to those of us who arc left behind to know that the religious and spiritual welfare of the boys who arc in tho trenches is being cared for. Tho Y. M. C. A. tent in Franco is not just a last Saturday. Mrs. S. H. Davis and Mrs. Roscoe place of recreation and fun for the American soldiers for they have different congregation?, Davis spent a part of last week in Lou rections: services on Suniay in the tent for four Put down the soldier's name and isvllle the guests of Mrs. Robert Mc namely; the Presbyterian, Episcopal, Roman Catholic and llcformed. Donald, nee Miss Lottie Davis. rauk 011 the first line, his company and Mrs. Robt. Glenn, The German prisoners, who were brought from Flanders to and Mrs. Mort Pumphrey, of Wet London, were sorely disappointed to find that Paris was not held by View, were guests of Dr. J. E. Matthe Germans. Yes, and thoy are all going to dio of broken hearts thews and Mrs. Matthews last Satur when they come to their right tenses and find they can't win the day. Mrs. G. P. Macy was the guest of her whole world. of Chicago; Mr, end of the line. Mailing Made Easy. So completo Is tho organization be ing curried out that even now If any body wishes to send a letter to n sol dier iu the American expeditionary forces all he has to do Is to sit down and address the euvcloie Iu plain English and according to the following di- We Offer You Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods mother, Mrs. Sallie Norton, at West View, Friday. Don't bo a slacker Oscar Snyder and sister, Miss Ruth, But be a backer were euests of their lister, Mrs. Will To whip thu Germans Payne and Mr. Payne Sunday. Is what we arc after. Miss Maggie Drane is on the sick list Raymond Scott spent last week with Trying to convince a business man that advertising pays is like ids sisters,' Mrs. Joe Smith and Mr? trying to convince a boy he ought to go to school neither one seem Tom Shrewsbury. to realize that these two things will enlarge their capacity for doing Malion Robinson made his usual Sun business. day trip to Robt. Weatherford's. is an ill wind that blows nobody good" and one of the good RAYMOND NEWS things tho war has brought about is putting tho ban on tho manuMiss Ruth Ramsey speut the week facturing of whiskey in Kentucky which goes into ell'ect September end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8, 1917. Almon Ramsey, at Stephensport. Are you reading the Sea Slug Stories that are going through our Miss Edith Knott spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Rhodelia. paper? They aio intensely interesting and worth your while. Quite a number from here attended the association at Ekron last week. Now that our boys arc going to tho front, we should be more Otto Fetch has moved on the Head active than ever in the Red Cross work. place near here. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Noble and Mrs. Heard Ilros. have 600 ewes out on the Bettie BIddle and son, Paul, speut frcm shares. Friday ubtill Sunday with Mrs. Biddle's 1 FARM AND STOCK. Jesse M. Howard, Jr., sowed ten daughter, Mrs. Merserve, Chambers, v."' ;rr-- r v- - ).' acres of Alfalfa on the fifth of August. Ky. It is ail up and an inch high, lesse is Hughes Noble spent the week end well pleased with his stand. He has with his cousin, Walter Stiff, near Shi-lo- h E. L. Robertson, of Glen Dean, cut bought the Payne tarra of i'O acres near one acre of tobacco last week. It is a Rev. W. H. Curl, of Amnions, was the very (iua type of one sucker. He is ex- McQuady. He is going to try his hand on bringing it up to a higli state of pro- guest of Miss Eva Basham last Sunday, pecting 2,001) pounds from this acre duction. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fruehwald and Fisher Moorman has ten acres of as William Mattingly has four acres of daughter, Miss L'nnie, spent from Satfine tobacco as there are in the countv urday untill Monday with Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Belcher, of Wolf Creek. Harlan and Audrane Cashnian are working at the rock crusher, Mystic. Harlan'' Cashman attended an ice cream sufJper given by the Modern Woodman at Ammons last Saturday night. Miss Lorine Ater returned home last Sunday after spending the past week with her sister, Mrs. Sara Robbins, of Ammons. Alex Rhodes and family and Miss Louella Black spent Sunday with James Rhodes and wife, near Webster. S, J. Brashear and family, of Economy and banking go jfyhz spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Stiff. regiment on the next and the words Expeditionary Force" on "American the next. It Is not even necessary or advisable to put the designation "France." This done, attach the same amount of postage that you would use on domestic mall. Wherever the American army may be It gets Its mall at domestic rates. The government sees to that. The government will also see to It that the letter or the newspaper or magazine so addressed and dropped lit the nearest mail box gets to Its ilestina-tloIf In the shortest possible time. shipping space can be found In quantity the postoflllUco department hopes soon to Include special arrangements for tho handling of parcel post mall to be sent to the soldiers at the front. n stllll-clo- FALL GOODS! We have just received our Fall Goods and call your attention to our nice lino of Dry Goods, Shoes, Boy's Suits and Men's Odd Pants Beautiful 'Line of Dress Goods, Ginghams, Cheviots, Flannels for men, boys and women is right prices right OUR LINE OF SHOES e on styles, and "It ?? Censorship to Be Lax. Unlike the stricter po.llcy attempted at the outset of tho war by tho armies of Europe, It Is not the present Intention of the war department to restrict the communications sent home by soldiers to printed cards containing stereotyped phrases which the soldiers can strike out or 'leave In as they suit their particular state of physical well being. It Is felt that this would involve too harsh a regulation for the parents and wives of men at the front. Conseiiueiitly the only regulation that will bo attempted over tho correspondence will bo the regular ccrsorshlp at each regimental hendquurteis, through which till mull sent out by tho soldiers must lass. At this point tho war department Intends shortly to Issue u warning and a plea to American newspapers not to print, without careful regard to possible harm that might be dune, letters from soldiers bearing (lie phrase "pii. Such censoring, by tho censor." which will bo administered with tho utmost liberal regaid for tho private character of tho correspondence, will not bo us strict us the censorship over press matter. Therefore the papers of tho country will bo asked to exercHo tho greatest possible care about letters which might be submitted to them for publication by proud parents or friends. YOU All Low Cut Shoes go at 25 per cent Reduction Full Line of Fruit Cans and Stone Jars All Sizes Full Line of School Supplies In out grocery department you will find anything you want at tho right prices. We pay top prices for all country produce. Call and see us. R. W. JONES, :- -: Glen Dean, Ky. Why Don't You Buy Your Boy or Girl A SHETLAND PONY? They will live and keep fat on gra.--s alone and you can always cash them in for more than the purchase prico. We havo cut our prico in half and will sell you Pure Bred Shetland Ponies, guaranteed sound in Every respect for Either Spotted or Solid Color. $30 CANT STOP GRIMES. W' Is Wealth j75nk M, 0P ragifc Fry-mir- e, rlpj The bank is the goal of the man who economizes. This country is waiting up to the value of economy. It throws back the charge that it is a spendthrift nation. You cannot economize less you bank your surplus. un- Marshal's Sale For Taxes. 15-1- See us about your banking. The Farmers Bank, - Hardinsburg, Ky. By virtue of taxes due the town of Irvlngton, Ky., for the years I9I4 amounting to the sum of J1.20, I will on the 29th day of September, VJI7, between thu hours of ten o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m., in front of the City Hall in Irvington, Breckenridgo county, Ky., expose to public auction to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following property (or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of taxes due aforssaid and costs) Lots Nos. 1 and 2, block 7, in Moorman & Herndon addition to town of Irvlngton, Breckenridge couu-t- y Ills latest wound came In tho hlg , Ky., listed iu name of Julia Norrls. push at Mi'shIiios. An explosive, bullet lilt hlm.tn tho left leg."'-- . Tbos. Atkisson, Marshal. 11 Lance Corporal, Wounded For Sixth Time, Will Fight Again. . awnrnv i rmtt i Luuco Corporal Ernest Crimes has nxsft been wounded again, his sixth time, but says, "I'll soon bo ready to go back and do another bit." Grimes enlisted In the regular army In 1010 nnd wus drawn from India when tho little army settled down to tho first winter of trench warfare. His first wound camo at hill UO, when ho was lilt by a hand greuudo fragment. Five months In n hospital wus his portion. The second, Wo might talk to you for years about tho "High bullet wound III tho nrm, took Quality" of our "Fordsvillo Planing Mill Company" to repair. Lust summer on the domino a shrapnel ball lilt Grimes iu Pure Pain, anil still fail to put into your mind tho the log and put him nwuy for two actual knowledge and belief that is ours. Tho best mouths, iind'auuther grenade wound in thing for you to co is to mako us "prove it." So tho buck, suffered In the fighting at .Moipiet Farm, sent lilm to the hospital sond us your order now. Wo can save you money. for the fouith time. A miin uitli four wound stripes Is usually retired Into some uoucouilmtunt Job out of danger If Iiu Is still of somo FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. me to the army. But Grimes thought n incoriioniuu lie could do luoro dainago In tho trenchJAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE. KY. es, so ho went up ugutn uud win woiiml.il in the foot by u shell ut GREEN BROS., Falls of Rough, Ky. f2r. pt i PROVE IT! Try Us for Job Printing s TShe Breckenridge News WKDNI5SDAY, AUG. 2i), 1917 Kntcrcd nttlio PostOITllcefttOloTcrport. Kj agnecondclasmnttcr. IHIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES RATES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS $ 3.50 For Precinct and city Offices $ 6.00 For County Offices. $ 16.00 For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications In the interest of Individuals or expression .10 of Individual views per line.... Train Schedule on The L, H. & St, L. R'y. Effective June 17, 1917. Hilfi A. M. 10:11 A. M. 12:15 1 M. 4:MJ P. M. 5:50 P. M. 7:40 P. J . 5 .OS A. M. B:M A. M. :23 A. M. Arriving Irvlnuton Arrlvlmt Louisville No. HI will leave Cloverport Arriving IrltiRton. AirlvltiR Louisville No. 118wllllpavoClovcrport Arriving trvlnRton....... Arriving I.oulivllio No. 141 EAST BOUND No. 142 will lea vp CloYcrport S3 P.M. - 7.40 P.M. Arriving St. Louli ... 7:15 P.M. . No. 143 will leave Cloverport 8:C8 P. M. Arriving llnwcivlllo 0:00 P. M. Arriving Owe nsboro No. 145 will leavo Cloverport ... . .11 iS P. J. l:O0A.M. ArrlvlngOwensboro 1:50 A.M. Arriving Henderson . 2:17 A. M. Arriving Evansvlllo... 7:40 A.M. Arriving St. Louis 6:30 A. M. No. 147 will leavo Cloverport .7:48 A.M. ArrlvlngOwensboro 9:00 A.M. Arriving Henderson. 1 WF.ST BOUND will leave Cloverport-- . Arriving Owenslioro. Arriving Henderson- Arriving Kvansvlllo .. A. M. 12:0!' J". JJ. 12:5S . M. Local Briefs Gathered for our Busy Readers, Church and Society Notes. S. J. Burdette, of Hardinsburg, was here Monday. Mrs Rhoda Taylor is visiting Mrs. Sarah Brickey. H. A. Dutschke.of Stephensport, was in town last week. E. E. Glasscock came in from Bowling Green, Monday. Mrs. E. E. Keenan of Glen Dean was here Tuesday, shopping. ly Misses Agneta and Mary Joe are visiting In Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Odewalt spent several days last week in Louisville. Mrs. H E. Houston of Louisville are visiting relatives here and a Hardinsburg. Miss Ruth Groves, of Rome, Ind., spent last week with Mrs. Mort Mat-tingPum-phre- tored to Tennison, Ind., Saturday to visit Mrs. Keenan's sister, Mrs. Everett Frank and Mr. Frank. Miss Virginia Sapp, Miss Celeste Chambers, Mr. Howard King and Mr. Frank Paterson motored here from Hawesville, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Leon McGavock and son, John McGavock, went to Glencoe, Ky. , Friday to visit Mrs. McGavock's (laughter, Mrs R. Perry DaviiandMr. Davis. Edward Hild, Miss Dessie Laslle and Roy Gregory, of Louisville, returned home Sunday evening after a visit with their graudparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gregory. News has been received here of the death of Miss Sue Rhodes, who has been 111 of appendicitis for two months. The remains were interred in the Long Lick cemetery. Write to Fordsville Planing Mill Co., Forasville, Ky.. for their delivered Mr. and Mis. Chas. P. Babbage, of prices of high grade pure House Paint, Louisville, spent Sunday with Mrs. J. bought before the advance. They can H. Rowland, save you money. Mrs. Ernest Norris, of Owensboro, Mrs. W. J. Worden returned home was here last week the guest 'of Mrs. Sunday from New Albany, where she Wm. Hoflious. has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. J. Mrs. Nat Tucker has returned from a W. Kirkhara, who was very ill but is visit to her daughter, Mrs. Carl Lishen, now convalescent. In West Point. Mrs. Dan Burks, of Addison returned P. E. Herman, of Cincinnati, was the Monday from Louisville. She had week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. been to see her sister, Miss Julia Fella, Byrne Severs. who is very low with tuberculosis, with Mrs. Henry C. Pato and graudsou, no hopes for her recovery. Marion Clay Roff, were in Louisville Mr. and Mrs. David Duncan and chilpart of last week. dren, David Henry Duncan and Miss Mrs. G. L. Brady, of Irvitigton is Louise Duncan, were here Sunday the visiting her daughter, Mrs. Cora Mc- guests of Mr. Duncan's parents, Mr. Coy, in Louisville. and Mrs. H. V. Duncan. EI'lin Frankfc Clarence and Wiley Master David Marion Behen and Miss Harabletou were guests of relatives in Grjice plank Behen have returned home Tobinsport Sunday. after a several weeks' visit with their Miss Rhee Crltcheloe, of McDaniels, grandfather, P. D, Plank, and Miss is visiting her uncle, N. H. Quiggins Edith Plank, at Hickory, N. C. Mr, and Mrs. John C. Jarboe went to and Mrs. Quiggins. Robert Brown, of Warsaw, Ky., was Bowling Green Saturday. They will here Thursday the guest of Mr. and join their daughter, Mrs. Hugh Donaldson and Mr. Donaldson, who are Mrs. Leon McGavock. going to Red Boiling Springs, Tenn. Miss Margaret' Minnett, of OwensClarence Morrison and Mrs. I. N. visiting her grandparents, Mr. boro, is Morrison, of Reynolds S'.ntiou; Albert and Mrs. Price Graham. Louisville, and Miss Bertha Will Mason, Owen Whitehouse and Morrison, of ' Alfred Blair made a business trip to Trumbo were visitors at the home of Mrs. Joe Morrison at various times duRockport, lnd., last week. ring the past week. y. He is a very interesting speaker and we wish a greater number of our people could have been present to have heard him. Wc also had present on Friday Saturday evening, Sept. 1 at Rosetta evening and Saturday our own State for the benefit of the Kosetta church. Secretary Dr. Ceo. A Joplin, who in Mrs. James N. Cordrey and John Cor spired us with his talks on various topi)e Lnnd, Fla., to ics relating to Sunday school work. drey left last week for visit Mrs. Cordrey's sister, Mrs. F. N But his special plea was for our Aid Delluy. and support for our young men, who Mr. and Mrs. Ben DeJnrneSte, of Mc either at the front or are preparing to Quady, were guests of Mrs. Dejarnett's go. There weie several other interbrother, Ira Beavin and Mrs. Beavln, esting and worth while speakers,: Sunday. Dr. S P. Parks on "Temperance." Mrs. Morton Penick and children, Mr. J. U. Cruteher op "Missions." and Hev. Mcng and Marie Francen and Charles Edward Mr. S. C. Don-ell- , Penick, of Garfield, nte guests of Mrs. others. The following'cffieers were elected: Joe Sawyer. Rev. II. C. Truman, of Fordsville, Hon. President, T. IS. Hcmdon, came in Tuesday to attend the nssocla-tion.H- Active President, M. Lyddan. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Scc'y and Trees', Ora B. Hendrictc. Ass't Sec'y, Mildred Babbage. W. Payne. G. Dep't of Sup'ts M, Gregory has accepted a poJohn Elementary Miss Nora Drlskell, sition with the Bannon Brick Co., LouSecondary Mrs. W. J, Plggott, isville, and will leave this week to asAdult Hoi Drane, sume his duties. Education Mrs. S. P. Parks Home Mrs. Henry May and daughter, Miss Dep't, Dorothy Graham May, were in Louis- Visitation Miss Virginia Payne, ville last week the guests of Mr. and Organization J. M. Herndon Mrs. Walter Graham. Temperance B. F. May, Mr. and Mrs. James Keenan, Jr., mo- Missions J. C. Cruteher. e Mr?. James I'enner and daughter, Miss Anna May I'enner, were in Louis ville Tueedav shopping. Mr. nud Mrs. Harry Hills and family, of Irvln, nre here vMlIng Mrs. Hills' mother, Mm. Mary Oclze. Mr. nud Mrs. Clint Frank nnd clang h ter, Mrs. C. Ball, speut Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Mnthis. Mrs. Marlon Weatheiholt and sons, Forest nod Leonard Wearherholt, have returned from Lexington. Len Lainkin and Alaska Tucker, of Harned, were the guests of Misses Leila and Bernice Tucker Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Forest Beauchamp and two children, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.' II. J. Krebs, last week. While attending the State Fair in Louisville, call and see your old filend Ben Bates at 3l2 Third street. Virgil Bowlds, who is working in Louisville, is spending his vacation with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Bowlds. Miss Nellie Burke, of Louisville, ha arrived to spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Burke. An ice cream supper will be given I zc-z- rx- - sa t I Classified M M 'I ',1 M'l'.l'iiM',!'!',! M'J M'J I 'J JLL-- VJ s. s. 71 ADVERTISEMENTS RATE- -1 e Per Word Each Insertion Held at Glen Dean. Well Attend- Notk Advertiser) plciin- notify tho editor when you want itdvrriisemt'iii discontinued - ed. Officers Elected. Mr. Lyddan, Active President. WANTED SON. Irvlrgton. Ky. wlillolhuprlcti WANTKO You to (III vour i rlRlit.McULOTIIl.AN rml liour & and 1 8th. The Convention was well attended, though not as reprcntatlvc as we were delirious of having It. Mr. Wright of Ohio, a specialist In "Teen Age Work" was present and gave fine talks on "Organized Class" among boys and WANTED MISCELLEANOUS The Breckinridge County Sunday School Convention was held at Glen WANTKD You to miiku extra money by room or Dean, Friday and Saturday, Aug 17th rentingliv tlmt nnnfe Want Ad. Invnnr v.i-i- running houm TIIH IIUK11 Hero is a list of articles that every school child will need and there is no reason why they should not be equipped when they enter school on FOR SALE KOlt HALE A lot of Rood Milk linn.. Ilardlnihurx, Ky, KOlt HAf.r Karra S5 Cows.-Be- ard Monday, September 3, - 1917 girls. iwrooin owLMiinic: i loimcro anu muck burn; 20 iirre In tlmtier; 33 acres undtr cultivation; Rood nroductivo hind for corn, tohncco nnd iie.res; Improvements cloven well wittered with nevvr-futlln- ir Miring nnd two externa; 2 miles cast of nor Union HUr Itoad; IL' rods new wire, fencing erected tills fprlniri land In lino state of cultivation. Price ! 000. II. A. iioocnson. Hlenhcnsport, Ky. KOK SALE Two good milch Miiysey, stephensport, Ivy. cows-Ow- en fOIt SAt.B-O-nc 2V Inch stilndlo two-hnr.wagons price l.u.li. ii. .McUlothiun, Irving ton, Ky. iind one .... .jr. 'Viiriiif. ii two n, luculmtors, hoth In yooil i.i:u One 2T0 egg shape: uuir. 150 egg. Herbert Hull, llitrdlnshurg, s Tho pennies and dimes you save in the purchase here, soon amount to dollars, and in our annual school sales we've many a dollar for the parents of this- community. Lead Pencils School Slates Pencil Tablets, Slato Pencils Pencil Hoxcs Ink Tablets Pen Holders Rulers School Sponges Pen Points Pencil Sharpeners School Scissors Crayons Tape Measures School Thimbles Ink Composition Books Fountain Pens New Line of High School Tablets for Pencil or Ink , He Sure to Get One of Them On account of the very close Margin it is Necessary to Sell the Books for COlt HAI.R Si'iOncro fii rtn ; 100 level; ' bO acre In good timber; balance good hlllslili) laiiil; well waleri tobacco and stork barns: Hue tobacco nud wheat la tid; situated on inalnllnoot Henderson Route. For price uml further Informa tion write i he nrecuenriiiiie ,ew, uiovcr-por- t, Ky. vTg. Tsabbage Notary Public Collects Notes and Accounts. Draws Deeds Mortgages and Other Contracts J. C. N0LTE & BR0.. Cloverport. Ky. Cloverport, Kentucky Dr. R. I. Has Permanently o Stephenson DENTIST Located In French's i"New Sensation"! The Latest in Hardinsburg. Office In Masonic Building formerly occupied by Dr. H. E. Royally Rev. Cottrell Resigns. Pastor E. O. Cottrell, of Guthrie has lcsigned to take effect Dec. 1st, or sooner. Brother Cottrell is a line man and a pood preacher. The associate editor was chairman of the presbytery that ordained him at Owensboro. Ho later took his course at Georgetown College and the Seminary. Wo don't want him to leave Recorder. Kov. Cottrell served as pastor of the Cloverport Baptist Church for several years. R. B. McGlothlan Dealer In IRV1NGT0N. KY. Musical Comedy and Vaudeville q Trapeze Duo Second Hand Goods Business Solicited Clever Performing Monkeys Distilleries to Close on Sep). 8. The distillinr of whisky will come to an end in Kentucky at 11 o'clock on tho night of September 8, according to decree which went forth from the oflico of the Food Administration in Washington Friday night. The food bill was approved August 10, and will become etfective within 30 days which will lo midnight, September 9. This is Sunday, and the revenue laws prohibit the operation of distilleries from 11 o'clock Saturday night to 1 o'clock Monday morning. This will mako it nccc-sur-y for tho distilleries to close finally Saturday night, September 8. 11 Miles and Miles of Smiles and Smiles I I Ai The River Cloverport, Thurs. Aug, 30 Don't Miss it 1 Spend Sunday at Fountain Ferry. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamman and son, Robert Hamman were In Louis ville Sunay and went out to Fountain Ferry Park where they had a previous ensaeement to meet a number of their family and friends from Louisville and I Lexington. They all had dinner and supper together served in picnic stvle which made the day a mpmorable occasion. Shell Explodes; Two Killed. Fort Sill, Okla., Auk. 27. Privates Nclucn and .lanua !'c!!ev of Hittcry Held aitlllory, Mlssouti A, Second wore Killed anil lour others Berlously injured when a sharpnul shell exploded on the cantonment range here, con.ple ely wrecking the mess hall. In vhlch they woro preparing their first meal nftur arriving at the Oklahoma j.ost. 1 LABOR DAY 1WW VU PICNIC!! n1 Expert Arrestee, German Baltimore. Md., Aug. 27. Gotthold Prusse, German submarine expert, who caiuo to Baltimore on tho llrst trip of tlio merchant submersible Doutschlar.d, has been arrested hero on the charge of entering barred zones without a permit. Bibles in Demand. New York, August '22. With publishers falliifg daily further behind in their orders, tho war hasctcated the greatest demand in tho history of tho nation for Bibles. Publishers say that anyone who possesses a et of electro-typplates for tho Now Testament, pocket size, owns something almost as valuable as a steamship. Many of tho pubjisliteYs report their presses running from liftcen to eighteen hours a day, but they are still seveial weeks behind orders already received. o XME GROVE g Cannelton, Indiana onday, Wf:arv'tm,A1.si September 31 g V. IM1 6 JtUiKK ISKASS HAND Saxophone Orchestra DANCING ALL DAY! Plenty to Eat Many Amusements Young Mother Dies. Garfield (Speciul) Aug, 27, The people of this place were p,rcatiy shocked to hear of the death of Mrs. Klick Durum, who was passed into eternity, Monday, AtiR. 2O, at 9 1'. M, The funeral was held Tuesday and the remains were laid to rest in the Douell cemetery. Mrs. Durhiit was conscious to the last and remarked, "She was ready when the summons came." She was a religious woman, taking an active part in church work mid always ready to do her duty. ltesides her husband ami infant sou two days old, she is survived hy her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dowcll, a brother and sister. Subscribe For The News Same Management as Last Three NUF CED Years WRITE US TODAY FOR PRICES ON Louisville Stock Market. licivvies, Hog Murkot-Choi210 pounds and up $17.35 pis $12.75 and $11.; roughs $15.70 co Wanted ! 100 jnJTh i&Ts yyJ nJ'-- A 4 iTt VA Pianos and Player Pianos pianos. Twenty good second-han- d Special bargains while they last. down. steady, best vcul 111 and 12c; medium and common kind show no change. Sheep and Lambs Market steady best $11.50 and $15. Calves-Mark- et ruled Cars Cider Apples L. D. ADDISON, Ky. ' ' FOR SALE TRADE g S3 Cheaper Than Ever IK School opons at McQuady. Dies Very Suddenly. Mrs. Rufus Powell died very sud denly Monday Aug.,- 27. She was 20 years old and Is. .survived by . her hus, . band, 'i 1. $ One registered stallion, 7 years old, sound nnd line saddle horse. See a Samuels-Bitt- el Music Co, 0WENSB0R0, KY. "Tin Store that Made Oweniboro Musical" 105 W. Third St. The School opens at McQuady next Monday. LoL'an Ilickuriiou Ii principal and Miss i'earl Lyons assistant. . . H. J. Addison, ROBERTS, Hardinsburg, Ky. Subscribe for The News SMSLUG STOWS Unllinir TnU nf U Boat Huntinr. Told bv an American Boy Who Served For Months With the British Patrol and Who Did the Thrilling and Perilous Work That Is Now Being Done by Hundreds of Other American Boys. really didn't seem ns If It could be much better In tlio otlirr place to which we might go If one of thosre shells hit us. The Turkish batteries were hammering nway at us, hut the terrific heat was so uncomfortable that nobody minded the shells much. All of n sudden something went by my stomach so dose I thought It had cut me In two. Just beyond my boat n shell splashed Into the water. "One of the smaller projectiles had grazed and seared me. I caved In so No. 2 Mine Sweeping With the M. L's (Motor Launches) A SEA SLUG, British Service Name For Crews of Submarine Chasers. Copyright, 1917, by the Hell dicate, Inc. Syn- PROLOGUE. The author of this scries of four articles is a young American, tcho has spent most of his time since the far started idth the flrltlsh patrol fleet, talcing an important part In helping to organise that hranch of the service known as the Sea Slugs. lie has accumulated a remarkable collection of anecdotes incident to this exciting branch of the service, and many of these tccrc personal adventures In tchich he took part and ichich make one of the stirring narratives to come out of the tear, lie recently returned to the United States to assist the American navy in organising the same branch of the service and should be of great value because of his experience abroad. So far as knoicn, he Is the only American to serve tclth the British patrol prior to the advent of the l ulled States destroyer flotilla In llrltlsh tenters. Of course some of his experiences, of military value to the enemy, cannot be ri luted. At the retnest of the service publication of his name is irithhtld. IIOKTON, tho man who that I couldn't wnlls straight or erect for several days nnd that Is literally true. My stomach felt all the time ns If some one was drawing a red hot v knife across It." "I got It worse than that," said the rthcr chap, who had been In the lios- - It Is very hnid to maintain nulihsblutc-leven speed and keep Just tho proper distance from tho other craft Steam engines can bo controlled right down to the Inch, hut tho gas engines which drlvo the M. L.'s nro not so readily regulated. A single notch Incrcnso or decrease on the throttle may make ii difference of a whole knot lu speed. Well, C. lost track of tho other chasers In Ids squadron one night, nnd ho didn't dnro slgnnl to them. They were out searching for submarines, and to (how lights would only give tho whole thing nway. He couldn't take n chance on sending up n- rocket or tooting his whistle, for secrecy Is everything. So ho Just laid a courso tho way ho thought he ought to steer nnd kept It up hell bent all night. Just after daylight he discovered that ho was off the Ilclghiu const, having crossed the channel. As tho early morning mist lifted he sighted a big of such vessels. vessel astern Hying the German Hag. Fought Planes With Rifles. She didn't look like a regular war-idil"We are Just running over to n fishmore llku a converted yacht but ing smack to search her," said D rIio mounted one gun forward, and C. "when I hear the throbbing of an aero- could see others aft. Uc had a regulation three Inch plcco plane engine. A few seconds later the roar of another engine cuts In, nnd himself. "Well, hoys," he snld to his crew, presently 1 locate them with my glasses. It never occurs to nio that "wc may be rotten navigators, but wo they arc after such small fry as my lit- don't need to know navigation to give that tub n light. What do you say?" tle M. L. There was only nbout one chnnca hi "Hound and round they circle Just our heads, getting lower nnd low- ii hundred that any of them would over er all the time, until at last they start Mine out of the scrap alive, nnd C. ildn't like to older his men into It. dropping bombs. M. L. was so fast she could hnvo "Hnng! goes one not thirty feet off The run, crew was game, so C. my starboard bow. and wc lire sprayed put but the about and began to loop around with the foam she throws up. nut In order to cross her bows, thinking to the target Is too small, and the planes jut loose n few raking shots Into the are traveling so fast they can't get u.i with botntw, so they veer off uud conn craft. gun The whs loaded and ready to Iklmming back very low In a straight nre, and C. wus only waiting for what line dead for us. They are so close to he thought was the best position before our heads that I feel llku ducking, Just giving the order to shoot. as one does going under a doorway "We ought to fly our flag If we're gothai is actually high enough to walk ing Into battle," suggested some one In through upright, hut which looks too the crew. low. "Hy Jove, you're right," O. ugrced, "Suddenly they begin to spray us and In a Jiffy the llrltlsh ensign was with machine gun lire. Two of my run up ut the M. L.'s stern. men arc hit, and the decks arc Hying Like n shot the German flag at the Into splinters. All I have ou board Is stem of the war vessel came down, rlllcs, uud I begin and the Union Jack took Its place. a couple of firing with one, while my first ollleer Simultaneously from the masthead tho uses the other. The three pounder stranger broke out u private llrltlsh can't be elevated enough to use It us navy signal, nnd C. replied. an air gun. He had come within an aee of tiring "We can shoot rapidly, but nothing Into one of his own vessels which had like the lire of that cursed spew cf been Hying the German Hag iu order to lead spraying from those machine decoy any German craft that might guns. "Once they drive straight over us, and now they are coming back. If we don't stop them this time we are gone. I squint along tlie sights of my ride. I take a deep breath. I let part of it out and bold the rest, so that my shoulder will not be moving as I squeeze p i 30-3- 0 hang (Hi, by their finger nnlls nl'most, to the cliffs. Home of tho Hen Slugs wero on shore for n long time nnd served In tho trenches. One of them told mo n bad feature of tho lighting there was trying to keep clean. There wasn't water enough to drink, to say nothing about wnshltig, nnd the only way they could clean their shirts was to lay them on the ant hills. Kvcu nt that If they left them there too long the shirts themselves would disappear. Another Job the M. Ik's hnd down there was boarding nil the fishing smacks and other apparently tioncom-batan- t vessels nnd searching them for ammunition ami mines. I tnlkcd to one man named I)., n brother of tho otllccr I told about In my first nrtlclc who rammed one of his own submarines, mistaking her for n German, who had n light with two Turk aero planes while he was visiting u number y get In. Tho day was remarkably clonr, nnd tho wntcr wns oily smooth. Wo were so eloso to Innd wc didn't think there wns n clintico of nnythlng nttnckliig ns when Just nt 1 o'clock lu the nfteruooii n suhmnriuo nppenred off our port how and signaled us to stop. "Wo wero armed with n 1.7 gun on our stem and had nnvy gunners nn IkkihI, so Instead of obeying wo turned shnrply to starboard to present ns small n target ns posslblo for a torpedo nnd opened fire. "Tho first two shots fell short, and tho third went over tho U boat Tho wny somo people talk you would have expected the submarine to rim nway. She didn't do anything of tho kind. She opened up us with n gun that must have been nt least a threo Inch piece, and tho second shot hit one of our gun mounts. "Ono mnn dlsappcared-actun- lly KIther he was knocked Into tho sea nnd sank, or ho must have been literally blown to pieces. Another poor fellow was kllled-J- ust about torn In two and two other men were put out cold. Tho captain hnd to stop then, because there was nothing left to fight with. "We were so nenr port that the tiring must hnvo been heard, and It was almost certain something would come out to Investigate, but tho U boat went about finishing tho Job very method- ically. "Tho German commnnder ordered us Into our boats. While wo were lowering r.wny ho slgnnled the cnptaln nnd tho chief engineer, myself, to come alongside tho U boat. Tho first thing ho did wns to have our wounded brought aboard, and his surgeon at tended to them. Then ho used our Bind to L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies (i Henry Trent II. W.Trent :P.:t.Dili Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and I Sale Stable Hardinsburg, : Ky. J MOOK MAX the (Jcinian battle cruiser Moitke, was one of the must Bang! Gscs One Not Thirty Feot Off My the trigger. "I am sighting right for the pilot's I tire, chest. lie veers off like a wounded bird. Ills plane wabbles. It looks as If It was going to fall, but he gets It i tralghtened out and Hies away. Ilotli of us begin to lire lit the other machine. It rises. The pilot does not dare to lly straight Into tlie rifle lire. From aloft he contents himself with dropping more bombs, but he must be within lange of our rlllcs, for presently he Hies away and does not bother us any more. "If bo had been a German uir man the end of the story might have been i boat to send men over and place bombs in tho ship to blow her up. "As tho day wns drawing to a cloae, it was becoming colder, and, seeing that the men had not brought coats with them, tho German commander gave us all sweaters and towed us toward shore for half an hour or so. Three destroyers passed out, but they wero so far away that the U boat simply submerged until she was awash, and they never saw a thing. It was almost sunset when she finally disappeared after maneuvering around as though playing like a porpoise at sunset almost within range of shore batteries." Tho story of this armed merchantman shows that simply placing guns on steamships Is not going to protect them against submarines. Tbcro has got to bo u sort of cruft to flght them on something like equal terms, aud the swirt, seawortny, low lying si. L. s seem to be the ones to do it Hut great numbers of them nre needed, uud great numbers of trained men nre needed to operate them. Song of the Sea Slugs. The Sea Slugs hi Kugland sing n noug which pretty well covers every thing iu tho lino of their life nnd duty. Some of tho verses wero written by one man. some by another. The one referring to Uncle Sam is my own nnd will be understood 'when I say that tho first M. Us were built In America and thnt the British took somo time to ieurn Just how to use them: Sing mo a Bong-- of a frail M. L. (Lord, have mercy upon us!) Itollins about on an oily swell Lord, havo mercy upon us!) Out on a highly explosive spree, Petrol, lyddite and T. N. T Looking for U boat 3 3 3. (O Lord, have mercy upon us!) Parson Pile returned home from Inil. iana last week. Mrs. Ninnie Wilson. Germantown visited her mother, Mrs. Phidoola Galloway Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Eliza Pile spent the week eml with Mr. and Mrs. Wade Pile, Ilardins-burMiss Maye Hines visited Miss Snrl Galloway last week. Willie Lucas returned home from Illinois Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs Barney Tucker scent the week end with relatives at ItigClifty. ernon Tucker visited his sister. Mrs. Leva Sharp last week. Misses Maye Hines and Daisv Tucker. Mesdames Rov Hines. Lester VAha Tucker, Everet Spencer and Zelby Tucker were evening guests of Misses Nettie nnd Katy Atdridge Sunday evening. g; f auu Starboard Cow. modest men I have ever met. I palled up. iiml for a couple of nights with Ilorton ami another Hen Slug who had been only a shi'lt lime out of the lla.Mla hospital, where he had recovered from wounds he received at (lalli-polIlorton, besides being the hero of tlie Moitke incident when in com maud of an 11 boat, had been the first man through the Dardanelles in bis llimsy M. I j., as the British call the submarine chasers, he being in that service before taking over a submit rlne. M. I.. stand for motor launch. The little craft are called a great many other tilings at times, both by the men iu them when they don't run Just right and by submarine commanders, (icrmau and British. We were all at Portsmouth, which Is one of tlie principal M. I., bases. Morton, ids friend and myself had been out on a duty tour and on the way back Mopped at The Knut for h couple of drinks, then at Monk's for oysters mill dually lauded at Tot's for dinner, which K about tlie program followed by the Hen Slugs when they an get ashore. "They had the M. L.'s sweeping mines down at (iailipoll," said Ilorton iu a very mailer of fact way. "Lots of people think all we Slugs have to do is o cruNc around and keep fiom drowning, but I want to tell you that l. pltal, abruptly. "My boat bumped a mine. I ilont know how it Is to get shot, but when that tiling blew up right alongside of us It felt to mo as thoagli it was my own body exploding. It seemed like a sudden and terrific pressure from the Inside of me that was going to burst me like a toy balloon. "We llnally got back to tlie tender We had to shore up the bows n little, but we managed to make It. Mines do freakish things, and I don't believe there is a man living who can give any logical reason why wc weren't blown Into atoms." "l'lain luck, I guess," observed Ilorton placidly. "It's funny that a mine powerful enough to sink an ocean liner or a battleship will sometimes explode and fall to destroy a motor launch or u submarluc that is almost alongside It. A lot of people think 'submarines lire very easily put out of business. We Sea Slugs know it's different, especially the U boats. I saw one of our own down at (iailipoll which had hit a mine uud came hi with her bow patched up under her own power, Just as you did In your chaser. under our own power. different." Sea Slugs Are Fighters. Tlie crews which officer and man chasing submarines mle-- t Is the easiest and thing expected of Us. "Tugb als and trawlers and mine sweepers weien't much gooil iu the Dardanelles, because they furnished too big a target. ISeshles, everything that could tloat was getting shot to pieces, and before they dared send our jhlps In it was absolutely necessary to sweep the mine Holds. "We used to hook thousand foot cables between two M. L.'s uud cruise down through the Ileitis as fast as we could go. The cables were supposed to foul the mines, tip them over and explode them. They did It. Also the M. L.'s themselves tipped over several mines nnd exploded them, und nfter that there wasn't anything to hook that end of the cable to. Sixteen Dead In launch. "I never had the bad luck to bump a mine myself, but I've had my share of being shot up. 1 had one end of u cable lu a uilne sweeping stunt at tho Dardanelles one night when the Turkish batteries got the range. Tho lire they poured Into us is almost 1 don't see how a stick lived through It. We were practically under water all the time, the shells weru fall-lu- g bo close and spraying us so steadily. unbo-Ueiabl- e. Work Under Point Blank Fire. "Tim Turkish batteries on tho cliffs wero so close that as we drove down through tho mine llelds We were at point bliink range. The uunnunltlon wasn't so very good, und It didn't always explode on contact, but if ever one of the heavy shells smashed through a chaser tliero wasn't much of anything left but the hole It made a doughnut on the way through-U- ko after you eat It. "Of course the Turk guns firing Into the llelds detonuted a lot of their own mines, but that didn't udd to our comfort uny, for many of them were right under somo of tho M. L.'s. "One day wo were sweeping lu near aiioro. The aan was so hot that pitch "livery once In awhile one eumo ou but they weie not exploding right-th- at is, not right from the Turkish point of view. We were perfectly satlslleil to have them fall to go off. "The other chap, though, the fellow who had the far end of my cable, was getting It pretty badly. Ho was iu terrible shape, and after u particularly vicious burst of tiro hlo engines stopped and he began to drift. I ran over to him. Wo couldn't sweep with only cue end of the cable iu motion. "Of tho eighteen men Iu tho other M. L. I found two alive. They weren't conscious, but they were still alive. Wo Tlie sixteen others weio dead. took these two aboaid our launch uud got back to tho base. That night was board, 4rwa the Jut voouift MU t hell." I have (muted the stories told mo by these two men as nearly In their words us I cuu remember them to show u phase of the Mibniaiiiiu ehusers' work which Is seldom thought of, Ah Ilorton said, most peoplu think tho M. L.'s do nothing but crulso around lu comparative safety lookliiK for HUbinurlnes. This Is ouly on of their duties. Most of tbe Ba Bluge hava been m taught to operate machine aUM, eweat out and run a result they war frequently newel far ihag la Tk flare off the Uwllnf parttea at OaMfatl, tiadar tto.Twttgfc gnaw aaaLtarfag to f a4 tho submarine chasers are not trained navy men. They don't know overmuch of the king's regulations, and the discipline they maintain Is most cer- Hs Sighted a Dig Vessel Astern Flying the German Flag. tainly not that to which one Is accustomed ou board ship. sight her. It shows, though, that the Itut and I want to emphasize this Sea Slugs are ready to go Into action strongly they are scrappers. They any lime and that they don't have to light in their own way. They may have tlie odds iu their favor either. not know how to do It according to A Matter of Luck. the book, lint they are among tho gam-es- t As I said before, the catching of n men afloat. .Many of them are wealthy and formerly owned and op- submarine and Its destruction is greaterated their own boats. They are a ly a matter of luck. Sometimes tho bard lighting, hard riding crew, and M. L.'s cruise around for days without seeing one, nnd then perhaps a U boat the devil himself can't scare them. ltefore they are assigned to boats will pop to the surf a co within a coupio the men nre given about a ten day of hundred yards. The most imporcourse In navigation, for they must tant adjunct to luck Is an all seeing sometinuv cruise out of sight of land eye. One never knows where tho is going to stick out above tho uud at night. Many amusing nnd sometimes almost tragic Incidents arlo surface, und you must be ready at uny second to make It out ut nny point of from their Inexperience. I was out once hi an M. L. command- the compass. ed by a subaltern named C. All he Just how many submarines wero knew about navigation had been taught "got" while I was iu Kugland I urn him In ten days. He got lost, was not nt liberty to say, but I can go on ashamed to say so and admit that ho record as stating that they are not didn't know how to get his location. easy to get, and the captives are fewHo llgured for two days trying to llnd er than generally supposed. A vast out where he was. He'd get his sun number of units nro necessary to comobservations, und by the time he had bat them with uny degree of success. the readings calculated he'd be so far Besides being Invisible almost at will, away that ho had to do It all over tho submarines are manned by men of nerve. again. Tho Idea prevalent among somo peo-plHe figured for two days, and ull the that .submarine crews are more or time he was getting shorter in provisions and fuel. For the last half day less only sneaks, who strike In tho he followed a destroyer, thinking she dark or when there Is no danger for was running Into port. Ho wouldn't themselves, should bo dispelled. The signal her and usk for Instructions or submarines are operated by men who for his locution, so ho Just trailed along fear death not ut nil and who someafter her as though he know' where he times tuko stnggerli.tr chances. If tho was going. Ho was too proud to nk llrltlsh develop one trick that bugs a single submarine they consider it a tho road home. The Mm was under clouds, but It success. News of English ruses camu out Just before sunset, uud ho sprcuds rapidly In the under water gos. discovered that ho had been running sip. right away from Kugland. We got II boats have run In n few scant back off I'ortbiuouth ut night. Itut our miles from shore and sunk nil sorts of signal box had been lost overside, and craft, and they hnvo even tnckled dewo couldn't reply to tho signal ut the stroyers. Tho llrltlsh had somo very entrance to the harbor, which came sad experiences in sending destroyers within inches of costing us our lives, on rescue work, after which they used as our own butteries fired a coupio of the M. L.'s for this purpose. Theso 4.7's ut us, uud wo had to run out and make smuller torpedo tnrgets. Tho crulso around tho rest of tho night to Germans uro supposed not to risk U save our aklns. However, wo hung boats unduly; but, believe me, they do. In sight of Uio harbor ao aa not to I talked with tho chief eugtnear and Itet lost again. on oX the craw of a Btitlah sugar ahlp Thla earn chap, though. he abort from tea Weat Iadlaa wa baa a Ue acleac t aarigatlea, im loaff raacua atar bate toafaiaai.h4 a Ifkt Wham endaia at algto tlaa Wa wn Mb) aaaac ' aaM aKiVp. peii-scopo Bine nio a none of a bold young "loot" (Lord, have mercy upon us!), Skillful mariner and nut to boot. (Lord, have mercy upon us!) So ship tho cable and heavo the lead. and full ahead. Hard Tho detonators ale in my bed. (Lord, have mercy upon us!) Little Wccdroe "Wilson Pile, visited relatives at Mook last week. Caiman Wilson passed thrrugh here enroute to Leitchfield to attend tbe Eair. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Orover Pile. Mr. David Pile and Miss Kmma Pile all visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pile last week. Mrs, Zetta Ilasham went to Hardins-bur- g Tuesday. Miss Maud Smith wns the dinner guest of her sister, Mrs. Minnie Galloway Sunday, Mrs. Claude Howard and children, Mrs. Polina Tucker and Miss Leah Chaney left for Illinois I'riday. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gannaway visited Mrs. Vita Tucker Sunday. Herman Galloway went to Hardins-bur- g j. sheep to Albert lluchum last week. i. Saturday. aiorulpe sold a nice bunch of Most disfijrurinc Fkln eruntions. scrof ula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to Sing mo a song ot a smart young "sub" impure blond. Kurdock Blood Bitters (Lord, havo mercy upon us!). An Insubordinate, half trained cub. ni. H uiearsing mood tonic is well re- (Lord, havo mercy upon us!) , $1.2 nt all st Of the Icing's icgulatlons I know not one. commended. I havo left uuilono what I (should have But, oh, my nunt, when I nro that gun! (Lord, have mercy upon us!) Stag me a song of C. M. 13. (Lord, havo mercy upon us!), Bred in a garago aud sent to sea (Lord, havo mercy upon us!), Taken nway from tho motor trade, Seasick and sorry, wore, dismayed, But a h of a nut on tho "grand rade." (Loid, have mercy upon us!) done. GARFIELD. Mrs. Herbert Horsley is in Branden burg visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. pa- chauffeurs, and, although tho But such aro tlie horrors of "bloody Will Bruington. war." V Vernon Clinmbliss and Richard Dris-kel- l, (Lord, have mercy upon us!) Hardinsburg were here Saturday Sing me a song of n North sea base aUvork with tbe telephone men. (O Iird, havo mercy upon us!), Mr. Berry Norton and daughter. Marv A dirty, forgotten, ono horso place. (Lord, havo mercy upon us!) attended the funeral service of the little When the wind blows west, how brave uowell children (who were burned to we aro! When the wind blows east, It's different, death in Cnlfornia) nt Ephesus Thursday. far. Harold Smith, Denver Legrand. Law You'll And us safe in tho "harbor bar." (Lord, have mercy upon us!) rence Renn. Franklin Smith, Mary Ann As one may gather from tho song, Ilarned, Anna Smith and Ruth Ilarned ninny of tho Sea Slugs wero formerly motored to Ilardinsburg Monday evenM. doorman. Ilarned Thursday and Friday. IjMrs. and Mrs "Dick" Penirk of near Sing mo a. tone of Undo Sam Custer visited their son, Mr. and Mrs, (Lord, havo mercy upon us!): David Penick part of last week. Built llvo hundred and don't care a n. (Lord, havo mercy upon us!) Nobody knows what they built them for. FMesdnmes Joe McCrume and Tom Every ono prays that they'll build no Mncy, Ilarned spent I'riday with Mrs. more. -d-- Coleman. Misses .Anna Smith nnd Marv Aim Ilarned visited their cousin, Mrs II. B L.'s ing- ni use gasoline for fuel, there Is some dlffcrenco between navigating ono of them uud ou automobile. Sitting Over a Volcano. Tho "detonators under tho hod" Is literal. Thero Isn't overmuch room on uu M. h aud about tho only placo to keep tho detonators Is under tho bunks. Theso little cruft carry suUlcIent explosives to blow up soveral first class warships, aud if you wunt to know how It feela to alt over a volcano with the lid about to be blown off you want to rid la ot than, aapac tally wban with atiM potttef m m JIershel Priest who has had work in Iowa for the past few months retnrnni home Friday night. Miss Nell Bandy of near Irvmetm, visited friends aud relatives here the week end. Mrs. Morton Penick and two children went to Irvingtou Saturday to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs. Adklssou. . Miss Ella Draue. age 39 years who 1... been an inmate at Lakeland for mn. time died Thursday ana was brought here Saturday where she was taken t Constantine for burial. She is survived by bar father. fta Drana asd one brother, Claietoe Dmmf: I , 1 1 , , W TW f Total receipts I9IG 'fe p M t, from Sheriff from ll'5 taxes. Amount received from County Judge 456 55 16 45 tlfll 111 Of the Breckinridge County Fiscal Court at its April Term, 1917. (Continued from lost week) At a Regular Term of tlic Breckinridge County Fiscal Court, continued and held in and for llrcckinridgc county nt tlie Court-hous- e In Ilardinsburg, Ky., on Thursday, April thefith, I9I7. Hon. I). 1). Dowell, I'rcsid-lu- g Present,: Judge of the Ilrcckinridge County I'iscal court and the following named Ksqulre Justices of the 1'ence, C. 15. Rohhins, J. J. Kecnan, S. D. Cox D. C. Heron, Abe Dennett and W. V. Ilaxter, being all of the Justices of the peace in Commission in Breckinridge county. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, D. D. Dowell, Judge of the Breckinridge County court is hereby directed, authorized and empowered to employ a competent inspector to inspect all of the Bridges in Breckinridge County, and the said Inspector will make a report hereof to this court, giving in detailed the necessary repairs, painting and the condition of each bridge On motion duly made and seconded the question of haviilg the survey made on the road from Hardinsburg to procuring the right of way for widening said road and all matters pertaining to the application for State Aid be and the same is hereby postponed until the next special term ot this court! this is done in order to obtain inform ation in the matters envolved securing right of. way, etc. On motion duly made seconded and carried, the Clerk of this court is directed to notify Culvert Pipe Manufac tures that this court will receive sealed bids for one years supply of Culverts for Breckinridge County, said bids shall be forwarded to the said Clerk on or before the llth day of May, I917, each bid must be accompanied by a certified check for the sum of $2.oo,00 to insure good faith of bid, and also be accompanied by a certified and verified analysis of material of which the culvert is composed, and no bid will be considered unless said analysis shows 99.79 per cent of pure iron and not less than 2ounces of pure spelter per square foot of metal. It is ordered by the Court that the Janitors salary be, and the same is, hereby fixed at the sum of $20 00 per month payable to and through the County Jai.or of Breckinridge County. It is ordered by the Court that D. R. Murray be, and he is, hereby allowed the sum of $ls 00 for his services as County Attorney pro tern for his three days services as such attorney at this term of the court. It is ordered by the Court that the following claims be, and they are hereby allowed. W. S. Ball, County Attorney pro tern 2 days by order of $ 10 00 County Judge Mrs. Mattie Teaff, Tax for assessed Countv purposes 3 52 Moorman & Beard, Land for Roadway, See order book No. 23, page 397, County y for breeding purposes or the issuing of certificates thereof, there lining no law authorizing the court so to do, Usquire Heron moved to adopt the foregoing preamble and resolution, seconded by Ksquire Robbins, Yea; Kcenau, Yci; Cox, Yea; Heron, Yea; Bennett, Yea; and Ilaxter Yea On motion duly made, seconded and carried, A. McMeador Jailer of llreckin ridge county, is hereby authorized to have such repairing and paintii.g of the public property of the County as is apparently necessary for its protection and preservation, and a sufficient nniotnt of of money is hereby appropriated to pay for same. In Re 1916 Treasurers Report Came Paul Coniptoii, Treasurer of Breckinridge Countv and tendered and moved to file his Report of receipts and for disbursmcnts as Treasurer nfore-ui- d the year 19I6, said Report being exam i lied in open Court ami as in words and figures as follows, to wit; Breckinridge Fiscal Court To the Hon. Members of the above Court: Herewith I hand you annual report of the Receipts and Disbursements of my office, all Disbursements are represented by vouchers filed herewith, each fund bing set out under the proper heading. District Bonds No 26 and No. 27 for $1,000 00 each are returned herewith cancelled, the same having been paid. The bonded indebtedness is set out under the respective heads on folio 1. Respectfully submitted, Paul Comptou, Treasurer. hands to credit of this fund Bridge Fund Apr. 1 4108 473 00 1016 Apr. 1 Uy overdraft per settlement filed this date... 55 To balance on hand per report this day Receipts To amount received from Sheriff for this 1965 I8I7 Disbursements 1016 Apr. 3 Apr. 30 Uy expense paid Apr. UI16, as per vouchers tiled herewith and made a part of this settlement 4 vouchers May 31 Kxpeuses paid May l9l6, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this set- fund's part of of taxes Total lor 10 11)16 GO7 1 vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement, I9 vouchi rt 145 52 material 3I Labor and paid Aug. ItHG, as p.r vouchers filed herewith and made a part of (his settlement, 30 vouchers !;8 84 Smith stp fill Labor and material paid September 19l6, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement, 23 vou:hers 47 95 Oct 3I Labor and mitcrial paid Oct 1O1II, as per vouchers filed herewith and made 02 a part of this settle ment, 24 vouchers I4S 2i Nov 3O By labor and material paid November IO16 as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part 7b of this settlement, 31 ai)6 05 vouchers.. Dec 3i Labor and material paid December, I9I6, a.s per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this 4I settlement, 26 vouchers. .30! 08 1 ,1 NO SECQ1 DRAFT UNTIL THE SPRING Mon Galled Now Will Fill Every Gamp, TRANSPORTATION IS TAXED New Definition of Married Man's Status and That of Aliens Is a Matter to Be Worked Out Before Another Call Is Issued Inequities of System to Be Shown by Goneral Crowder. to be accounted IO637 I9 1017 an 3t Labor and material paid .. si Disbursements 1016 Apr, 0 25 3O Uy tlement 3 vouchers Jun 30 Expenses paid June, 1016 as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement. 2 vouchers July 31 Expenses paid July, 1OI6, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement 3 vouchers Aug. 3I Expenses paid August 19I6, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement I! labor, Interest anil material pud Apr. IO16 filed as per vouchors herewith and made a part of this settlement 7 3O 33 Feb 2S 10 vouchers material 00 May 3I Labor ar.d paid may I9I6, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this Mar 31 vouchers Sinking Fund I916 Apr. 011 hind per report this date To balance $3955 Receipts I9l7 Apr, To amount received from Shtriff for this fluid's part of 1016 taxes Total to be accounted 896 Sep 30 Expenses bald Sept., 19i6. as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement 3 vouchers..'. Oct. 3 1 Expenses paid October 1 016, as per vouchers 75 filed herewith and made a part of this settlement 8 vouchers Nov. 30 By expenses paid Nov. IG16, as per vouchers filed herewith and made 7I a part of this settlement paid Dec, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement H vouchers Jan. 3i Expenses paid January 1917. as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part ef this settlement 1916, S lor Disbursements I9I6 Apr. 3O $4852 46 lS vouchers Dec 31 Expenses intererest paid April I9I6, per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settl ment By 26 Vouchers $ 4I4 98 vouchers May3l Interest paid May 1916 per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement 5 vouchers 43I 3! Pe.b. 28 Expenses paid Feb., as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement 1617, 4 vouchers 1017, settlement 4 vouchers... 8 Is June 3O Labor and mateilal paid June 1016, as per vouchers filed herewith aud made a part of this settlement 8 vouchers.. 10 00 July 31 Labor and material paid July 010, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement, 12 vouchers. i2 00 Aug. 3I Labor and material paid Aug. 10i6, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement, 25 vouchers. Sep, 30 Labor and material 43 00 paid Sept. 1010, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlemeut, 20 vouchers. 47 68 Oct. 3I Labor and Material paid Oct. 1010, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement, 30 vouchers 17 5O Nov. 3O By labor and material paid Nov. I916, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement, 37 vouchers. 20 24 Dec. 3I Labor and material paid Dec. 1016, as per 1 10 SO January, IO17, as per Vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement, 12 vouchers Labor and material paid February, I917 as per vouchers filed herewith and mada a part of this settlement, 11 vouchers Labor and material paid March 10t7, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement, 15 vouchers There will bo 110 second draft before next spring. This Is the opinion of army officers In Washington who liavo been closely connected with thu work of drafting the new nrmy and preparing quarters for Its training. Hvcry available camp site will be crowded by the IKS7.U00 men called in tho first draft, according to these olllcers, nnd training 'and transportation facilities, they believe, will not permit the use of another force of men within the next six months. General Crowder said thu subject of a second draft never had been takcu up with him as u possibility of the near 0(1 23 50 32 4 27 Total Disbursements Including overdrafts last settlement 3442 1917 1121 06 7 Apr 4 Amount due Treasurer from this fund (to be continued) 089 : 16S38 GETS $27,000 A IN WILL COFFEE future. Oeneral Crowder Is preparing a complete report on the draft aud making recommendations for posslhlo future ones. Inequities to Be Adjusted. Inequities of an unavoidable nature will be shown In General Crowder's report. There probably will be regulation based on experience with the first Increment, and sonic amendments may bo thought desirable by congress. It Is possible a provision will bo made whereby all the sons of a family will not be taken. A new dcflnitlou of tho status of married men may be one of the things acted upon. President Wilson's recent letter to Senntor Weeks Is taken by many to Indicate that a more liberal policy may be found desirable. At present actual dependency must be established to obtain exempsome-amende- FOR 212 38 GUP OF tion. Servant 130 38 In Farmhouse Rewarded For Handout to Tramp Who Died Wealthy. 278 80 2101 71 vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement, 10 00 IOI7 31 I5 vouchers. 321 73 Jun 3O Interest paid June. I9I6 per voucher filed herewith and made a part 1 of this settlement voucher Mar. 31 ... 50 oO Jul. 31 Interest paid July I9I6 per voucher filed herewith and made a part of this settlement 1 voucher Apr. 1 Jan. Expenses paid Mar., as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement 1 voucher 5 CO Feb. Amount paid Sheriff being amount due him on this account 69I 4:1 Disbursements, Total including overdraft 135I . 4s 38 Aug. 28 Interest paid August 1016, per voucher filed aud made a herewith a part of this settlement 1 Apr. 25 00 4 Balance due Treasurer as per this settlement ... 878 voucher Labor and material paid Jan. I9I7, as per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement, 10 vouchers. 28 Labor and material paid Feb. 91 7, as per vouchers filed herewith aud made a part of this settlement, (J vouchers.. 4I Mar. 31 Labor and material paid Mar. 1017, as per vouchers filed herewith 41 and made a part of this settlement, 5 vouchers. I77 85 95 95 47 00 4886 43 The will of Marshall MeMtirran of Evuiisvllle. ind.. once a tlnmp, leaving W7.0IH) i, Mrs. Miittle Ilaninim of 11 Swaitzel uremic, Vinceimcs, Ind., bemuse when she was n servant n farmhouse thirty years ago she gave I1I111 n cup of colTee. has been declared valid by the Indiana supreme court. Notification of the court's decision lias been received by Arthur I'. West, assistant treasurer of the National Suiety company of New York city. The estate, for which Mr, McMiirnin's half brothers ami half bisters have been suing and whic h consists of $21,000 In United States government bonds mid about $0,000 in cash, has been turned over to Mrs. Ilaiiiiuui. Mr. McMurrati, after youth of wandering, died on May 10. 1013, leaving the following will, which had been years before: made twenty-livI d'o, on this 7th day of September. 1SSS. will to Mattlo Dralm, that poor servant trlrl who gave 1110 a good lilte to eat nnd a hot cup of coffeo uheu I was weak and feverish from hunger ami near ready to drop and the aulil man she worked for was curslns her for giving It to mo and ordering me out of the yard, and I do will that all I have at my death, all the money or property that I have shall bo hers, MARSHALL H'MUHItAN. Witness: Mrs. ICmtua Grant, Cora Nor111 11 e Another matter to bo worked out is the status of aliens. Still another Is the status of men who have passed beyond draft ago since being drafted utul that of those who have becomo of draft age in the meantime. Preparations for mobilization of tho first Increment of recruits on Sept 5 began with the receipt by the quarter-maste- r general's corps ot meal tickets for the men en route to their camps. Each is made out In triplicate and provides for meals, not to cost over CO cents apiece. The local boards will Issue these tickets to restaurants and boarding houses where the men take their meals after reporting for entrniu-men- t. In most cases the 111011 will rehours port from twelve to twenty-fou- r in ndvanco of eiitntliiment. Five Days For Transportation. Five days will be allowed for transportation of New York's llrst SO per cent to Camp Upton, at Yaphaiik, N. Y. They will be grouped so that a fifth of the men will arrive In en nip on each of the five days, beginning Sept. 5. Once the men are on the trains their railroad fares and meal certificates will be turned over to n lender selected by each local board. This man will be responsible for the cure of tho group from his board. Itallroad olllclals will provide places where the men can ent or will furnish box lunches. The public Is warned that vouchers the leaders will turn over for meals must be accepted when properly Indorsed and nro as good as cash when presented to the nearest army quartermaster, whoso address will be stumped on each ticket. The war department Issued orders aimed toward economy In clothing allowances, and qunrtermnsters nro Instructed to fill requisitions only for necessaries. Tills will stop tho former practice ot giving soldiers upon enlistment tin extra allowance, of $3.0." In clothing. When the men arrive In camp they will bo examined by nrmy surgeons and Immediately bo provided with uniforms. l Is calculated supplies now being distributed will bo sulllclent to fit p.'.i the rookies in record time. Sept. 3O Clerk's A. McMeador, office : Jailor, 247 Co Fees as . 274 I5 Oct. 31 . General ot the State of Kentucky, having advised the County Judge of Breckinridge County that there .. 223 5 vouchers........ was no law which would authorize this court to allow any claims for the in Nov. 3O By Interest paid November I916 per voucher spection of live stock for breeding purfiled herewith and made poses aud the issuing of certificates a part of this settlement thereof, which advice is contained in 1 voucher......... 3O the following letter, to wit; Frankfort, Dec. I4, I9I6. Dec. 3I Interest paid December 1916, per voucher filed Judge D. D. Dowelt, herewith aud made a Hardinsburg, Ky., part of this settlement Dear Judge: 1 voucher.. I4 can find no authority in the law I which would authorize a county to pay 1917 a veterinary to inspect live stock, aud Jan. 3I Interest paid January 19,17, per voucher filed furnish certificates to breeders who sell herewith and miulc a for breeding purposes. The State Live part of this settlement Stock Sanitary Board has the power to 1 voucher -- make rules aud regulations, and each . 20 County may have a live stock inspector Mar. 22 Interest paid March, 1917, per voucher filed The Salary of the Live Stock Sanitary herewith and made a Inspector for a County, should he fixed part of this settlement by the Fiscal Court, but I do not think 101 1 voucher...... he should be paid for inspecting stock for breeding purposes, and issuing certU Total Disbursements. ..II438 ficates. If the owners desire such an inspection and if such is necessary, they Apr. 3 Balance on hand to the credit of this fund 34I3 saould pay for the services. Yours truly, M. M. Logan, Oeneral Expense Fund Attorney General. Receipts Wherefore be it resolved that this court will not in the future allow any 1916 claims for the inspection of live stock Apr, 10 To amount received. itemized.. rhe Attorney Interest paid Septem ber I9I6, per voucher filed herewith and made a part of this settle... ment, 1 voucher Interest paid October I9I6, per vouchers filed herewith and made a part of this settlement 52 00 Pauper Fund Apr. 4 By amount paid Sberifi on account of funds expended for paupers Apr. 4 Balance due Treasurer from this fund Railroad District Tax Fund ton, Total Disbursements... Apr. 4 Balance on hand to credit of this fund 575076 726 39 726 30 10IG Mattie Drului Is now Mrs. Ilaiiiiuui. having married Harry II an num. RED CROSS PLANS RESEARCH Road District No. Receipts I 41 1916 Apr. 1 To balance on hand as per report of this date.. 3231 21 Aug. 0 To Deposit by County Judge Nov. li Sales Mules by County Judge 1 00 235 00 Receipts I9I6 Co ion .. Apr. 8 4 Jul. IOI7 To amountrecelvedfrom Sheriff to be applied to payment of cupons 3 93O 00 Apr. 77 Amount from Sheriff this fund's yart of I9IG taxes Total amount to be counted for ac- 3001 35 7162 5O o0 Disbursements 1016 Apr. 12 66 57 89 By Bond No. 26 paid and filed herewith Bond No. 27 paid receipt of John P Haswell, Jr., for same filed In lieu of same. This Bond was delivered to Haswell to be used in preparation of new bonds Interest on above bonds. Interest Coupons paid.. 1000 00 llOO 00 33 64 o30 00 Total Disbursemtnti... 296364 I9I7 Apr. 3 Balance In Treasurer' Urged by Presider.t to Read Scriptures Diligently. Total Receipts 2053 61 IMbles for Amerlcuii soldiers nnd sailors, to bo given by tho Scripture 1910 Gift mission of Philadelphia, will carry Apr, 1 Overdraftperscttlement a foreword by President Wilson urg107 05 this date ing the troops to read the Scriptures diligently. The president has written this Inscription: Disbursements Tho Illblo la tho word of life. 1 ties that 1010 you will read It nnd find this out for yourselves rend, not llttlo snotches hero and Apr. 30 By labor and material there, but long passages that will really paid April 19i6, as per bo tho road to tho heart of it. filed herewith vouchers You will not only find It full of real men and women, but ai'o of things you have and made a pait of this wondered about and been troubled about settlement, 23 vouchers. IO35 78 all your life, as men liavo been always, and tho moro you read the moro It will May 41 Labor and material become plain to you what things are paid May 1010, as per dinary government sources without worth while and what are not; what filed herewith source of supply things make men happy loyalty, right vouchers which inukcs this dealings, speaking tho truth, readiness to quite Impracticable." and made a part of this give everything for what they think their settlement, I7 vouchers 166 16 duty, and, most of all, the wish that they may have the real approval of the Christ Extraordinary. 30 Labor and material Jun. "Somebody said tho other day thoy who s;ave everything for them, and the paid June I9I6, as per things that are guaranteed to make men believed Dings was a subnormal man." unhappy selfishness, cowardice, greed and , vouchers filed herewith "Ho must be. IIo told mo himself everything that Is low and mean. and made a part of this When you have read the Bible you wilt settlement, 13 vouchers. 89 10 that bis little son was a good child, but know that It I the word of God. because not a brbjht one." Baltimore you will have found It the key to your 31 Labor and material July own heart, yoer own happiness and your paid July 1OI6, at per own duty. WOODIJOW WILSON. from Sheriff, this fund's part of 1910 Amouut taxes 2517 01 Will Take Advantage of Extraordinary Opportunity In France. Announcement Is made by the American Ited Cross that Us war council has appropriated 5100,000 for tnedlcul research work hi Franco. This nctlon follows report front Major Grnyson M. P. Murphy. lied Cross commission, er to who cabled from Paris to the national headquarters at Wash' Inxtou: "An extraordinary opportunity pre sents Itself here for medical researcli. work, We have serving with various American units some of the ablest doctors and surgeons In tlie United States Many of these men are conducting courses of Investigation which. If carried to successful conclusions, will re suit In tho discovery of treatments mid methods of operation which will bo ;f great uso not only In this war hut pos slbly for years nfterwnrd. To carry on their work they need certain special laboratory equipment, suitable build lugs nnd nnlmals for experimental At present equipment nnd personnel cannot bo obtained through or11 Kui-iipedo-la- BIBLES Troops FOR OUR TROOPS. pur-poso- s. IRVINGTON A TEXAS WONDER. Tho Texas Wonder cures kidney Mm. Much Conley and children re nnd bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, K cures diabetes, weak and lamo hacks, turned to Augusta, (a., Thursilav ufi rheumatism, and Irregularities of tho a visit with Iter sister, Mis. Norn Hoard kidneys and bladder In both men and A. B. Miss Pauline Hook, of I fardlnsbtirn women. Regulates bladder troubles has been the guest of Mesdames Frtd In children. If not sold by your drug gist, will be sent by mall on receipt nnd Virgil Brite. -of $1.00. Ono small bottlo Is two Miss Kstlicr Melbourne has returned mouths' treatment, and seldom falls from a three weeks stay In Indianapolis to perfect n cure. Send for sworn tesMiss It. Ada Drury, of Louisville timonials. Dr. E. W. Hnll, 2926 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by drug came Friday for u visit with Mrs, R. II gists. McGlothlau. Mesdames W. J. I'iggott, R. N. Mil Laura Melt Stlth at Hewleyville. ler, Miss Klljsa I'iggott, George I'iggott Miss Mabel Wroe'ls visiting friends In and Prank Schoffttall motored to Sul Monday afternoon and en Ekron. ohur Well A large stock barn belonging to J. N And Many Are the Voices of Clo joyed a picnic lunch. Nevitt, at Hasin Springs, was struck by Mrs. Gillie Dowell and son, Robert verport People. morning nnd lightning Wednesday Tajlor, of Custer, spent the week end burned to the ground. Elmer King was with Mrs. R. A. Crider. in the barn at the time of the shock but Forty thousnnd voices What a grand Miss Ruth Marshall has gone to Cory- capea uninjured. Une sheet) was chorous! And that's the number of don to j'oiu a company of friends on killed, A great deal of grain was (le American men and women, who are camping trip. stroied, Loss partially insured. A publicly praising Doan's Kiduey Pills Miss Ren.i Hawes, of Cincinnati, is large tree in the yard of Miss M. H. for relief from backache, kidney and the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hawes. Cornwall was struck. bladder 'lis. They say it to friends. A. H. Suter, of Worthvllle, will arrive The Red Cross Chapter met at the They tell It in the home papers. people are in this chorus. next Sunday. He will take charge of Baptist church Monday evening. A Here's a Cloverport case: the hardware and grocery store on large crowd was in attendance. The , Main street. Committees on Bylaws and Military Johu Ryan, Third street, Cloverport, says: A few years ago I was suffering Mlsies tteatiico and Luclle Winn Kellel gave In their reports. Members of the Presbyterian church with my kidneys and my back was a have returned from a two weeks stay have been qultu busy overhauling the constant source of pain. Thu small of with relatives in Louisville. my back ached dreadfully, nnd the kidR L. Lyon left Sunday for Fort Hen- - church during the nbsence of Rev. R Lyon nas E. Reeves. Fresh paint, new roofing ney secretions were irregular in Hubert iamiu Harriaon. I had heurd of Doan's Kidney Pills and and wall paper have been added. taken charge of the ticket office. only toon a few Mrs. J. T. Johnson entertained at began to use them. It Miss Eva Carrigan entertained the boxes to cure me and I have never had following at dinner Thursday: Mts- - dinner Tuesday Mesdames J. U. Hern any kidney troublH since." dames G. N. Lyddan, Phillips and Lojd don. J. R. Wimp. T. N. McGlothlannnd Price UOc, at all dealers. Don't simply H Suter. A. and Miss Nona Lyddan. ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Mr and Mrs. James Crawford, New Kidney Pills Mrs. T. R. Hlythe spent several dajs the same that cured Mr. of last week with Mrs. Alvin Withers at Albany, and Albert Moremen, of Bran Ryan. n Co., Props., denburg, spent Sunday with Mrs. L HuiTalo, N. Y. Kirk. Moremen. Mrs. Sue Waller, of Ilopkinsville, arMr. and Mrs. Dick Bandy, R. S. Dan rived Tuesday for a visit with relatives. Lee, of Chenault, were the week end dy and Miss Mary Bandv arrived from Lieut. Ernest Gibson, of Tennessee, guests of their father, W. 13. Gardner Redfleld, Iowa, Monday, after a three is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gardner. weeks stay with C. A. Penlck nnd fam and J. H. Gibson. Mrs L. E. Webb, ot Derby, and Mrs. lly. K, H. Ashcraft returned to Decherd, S. A. Roberts, of Alton, visited their Mrs. Thurman Drane and daughter, Tenn., Sunday, after a visit with Ins Perry Kemp and Mrs Kemp, Ray Elizabeth, of Louisville, are guests brother, mother, Mrs. Joe Green Anderson. Evlast week. of Mr. and Mrs. A. T Drane, erett is expecting a call to the colors. Miss Ruth Ramsey, who is teaching Mesdames J. It. Herndon, Sue Waller, the Raymond school, spent Sunday with One way to relieve habitual constipa J. R. Wimp, J. T. Johnson and Miss her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ramsey. Catherine Wimp were dinner guests of tion is to take regularly a mild laxative, Miss Belva J. French spent Sunday in Mesdames T. N. McGlothlau and A. H. Doan's Rcgulets are recommended for this purpose. 30c a box at all drug Louisville with relatives. Suter Friday. Prof. H. A. Ater and little daughter, stores. Irvingtoti citizens in Louisville last Helen, of Irvington, spent Tuesday week; Messrs. and Mesdames J. D. with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Dieckman. Ashcraft, Jule Sippel, Robert Glass Letters From Subscribers Mrs. C. P. Grant, of Louisville, was cock, Manuel Brooks, Mrs. M. P. Payne, To The Breckenridge News. the guest of her aunts, Mrs Hebby Miss Ila I'ayne, W. . Piggott and Jas. Robertson and Mrs. Iiettie Napper, last Sklllman. Aug. 24th 1917, week. W. II. Tompkins, Supt. State Re- Mr. J. 1). Babbage, Dr. R. I. Stephenson and family left formatory, Granite, Okla. , was the Dear Sir: Please find enclosed money gu;st of IS. J. Carnegie last week. Mr, order $1 50 for renewal one year to this week to make Hardinsburg their Tompkins rtcently received a letter Breckenridge News for I do not want to future home. Win, G. Hawkins left Saturday for from the Government inquiring if he miss a single copy, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, where he will was the W. II. Tompkins that gradua Mrs. Viola Compton, enter for training. ted from a military school in Canada, Robards, Ky, bearing the title of Captain. He reMr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Tinius entertained Aug. 24th, I9I7, plied in the affirmative and was notified the following at a week end house party Editor Ilreckenridge News, to report at San Antonia, Tex., to train Mrs. Mary Unser and daughter, MI'S Dear Sir: Find enclosed 25cin stamps prospective officers for active service Nettie Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bratchtr for a two months trial .subscription to and three children, of Owensboro; Mrs. Miss Murv Heron is home after a visit your paper as I can't decide until I try Jas. Tinius and son, Godfrey, of Holt; with friend iu Louisville. each Breckinridge county, paper to see Mrs. Taylor Hasham, of New Bethel. Miss Mary Cornwall spent Wedcea which I want. Very Truly Yours, day iu Louisville. R. S. Rhodes. Chicago, 111. I520 W. 61 St. GLEN DEAN Mrs. W. J. I'iggott gave a six o'clock dinner Wednesday in lionur ot Miss Aug. 21st, I9I7. Eliza I'iggott's. twenty-firs- t birthday. Mr John I). Babbage, Mr. Wilson, wife and child, from The guests were Miss Catherine Wimp, Dear Sir: Kudosed you will find $1 Gracy, are visiting liis brother, J. R. Litut. J. I. Gibson and Fraiii Schoffs- - ftO for which send me the Breckenridge Wilson. tall The color scheme was iu pink and News. Please send the paper this week Mrs. A. T. Heard, Misses Judith and white Miss Emily Muuford presented as I do not want to miss a copy. Mary Larue Beard spent last week at Miss I'iggott with a beautiful boquet of Hope this will find all enjoying peace the home of Jesse II. Moorman. Her mother gave her a hand and happiness astors. Yours Very Truly," The rich, the poor, the buyer, the seller, in fact people of every nationality have learned that it pays to read them. Mrs. J. D. Owen has left for her home some diamond, one her grandmother Mrs. OtisTaul. at Ellzabethtown, after a visit to friends I'iggott had possessed in years gone by 2O24 Garland Ave. Louisville, Ky. and relatives here. Mrs. i iggott has worn the ring about I twenty- two years Lawrence Vessels and wife, of Stan the hill with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Horn. Administrator's Notice. ley, visited J. C. Mattingly recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I'ayne and chil Mrs Percy Hargrove, of Louisville, dren with Misses Huby Haynes and A Red Cross Society was organized and five children are here to spend a All persons indebted to the estate of here Friday, August 24, with seventeen week Elizabeth Hook, motored to West with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. The man with a goodly balance in the bank has confidence. Point last Sunday and were guests of Mrs. Km ma II. Skilluiau, deceased, are members to begin with. Mrs. P. B. Wm. Dawson. When he talks his words have weight. If you have just started requested to promptly see the under Dempster is chairman; Mrs. W. R. Mrs. Matilda McGlothlau. Mr. and Mrs. Con Sipple and daugh signed and adjust their obligations. in business, be sure you are prepaved at the bank for a temporAH Miss Virginia Head is visiting Miss persons having claims against said es- Moorman, Jr., secretary and treasurer. ter, Miss Selma, went to Tobinsport ary setback. If your business is established and on a sound Sunday to see Mrs. Sipple's parents tate will file same properly proven with basis, make it doubly so. Some new deal almost daily presents Mr. and Mrs. Young. the undersigned. HILL ITEMS itself. Money makes money is as true today as it ever was. 11. White, I'. We'll be glad to explain our system of accounts to you. MATTINGLY YOUR Administrator, Mrs. Emma II. Skilluiau, J. H. McKlney and Mrs, McKiney Cloverport. Ky. were over from Tobinsport Saturday John P. Haswell, Atty., Mrs. Jule Juckson I: ill at her home BANK : and Mr. and Mrs. Hoffious Behen and Ky. Hardinsburg, Ky. daughter, Marian, accompanied them on Tarfork. W. J. PIGGOrr, President J. C PAYNE, Cashier Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Pate visited to their home where Mrs. Behen wl'l J. M. HERNDON, Vice President J. D. LYDDAN, Ass't. Cashier Mr. and Mrs. Will Mason last Sunday spend the week. Roy Jackson, of Oklahoma, is visiting Mrs. Nat Tucker went to West Point Friday to see her daughter, Mrs. Carl his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jule Jackson W. J. Schopp was in Iiviugtou Fri I.lshen, who Is ill. Ben H. Wilson, of Pisgah, III., and McDANIELS day. Mrs. Simon Ueavln spent tho week daughter, Mrs. Owen Klmore, are here Misses Cecil and Alice Dix were tho Dr. Hart and Willie Cannon delivend at Glen Dean at the home of her visiting his sisters, Mrs. T. N. Hrickey, guests Sunday of Miss Hale at Holt. and Mrs. Wm. Mingus. ered a nice bunch of cattle to Green by cousin, Jake Lymer. C. M. Hunt and little ton, Robt., Mrs. H. F. 1 rank, of Mattingly, who has Bros., at Falls of Rough Saturday. Miss Iva Wine Is at home after spend of Kokonio, Intl., were the guests of been visiting relatives at Evansvllle, ing a ear in Dayton, O. Several from here attended the ChauMr. and Mrs. A. B, Cashman lust week. Tho old Chas. Tiuius hometauqua at the Falls Sunday. Chas, Hambleton, Mrs. Hambleton has returned home. Mrs. Wm. Pumphrey, of Cloverport, stead, known as tho Alt. Joseph Misses Amanda Harris and Lena Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hrickey and little visited friends and relatives here a few and daughter, Luclle, with Chas. Keil Vineyard and Orchard Farm. und Miss Jane Humbleton, attended the son, Walter, of Rvansvllle, who have Dunn were guests of Mrs. Mamie days lust week. funeral Saturday of Mrs. Hambleton's been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Compton Sunday. Miss Henrietta Shlvely was the week 2 15 acres 2 miles from Holt station; 1 J. Mack Crumes, of Harned, motored Tom Hrickey, have returned home. You cannot afford to father, Mr. Geuber, In Cannetton. end guest of Miss Eva Hasham nt her dwelthrough McDanlels Friday en route to mile from Ohio river; 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Frank, of OwensCarl Heavin returned home Friday carry the risk at the country home. ling; 1 4 room tenant house; 1 large Madrid. after spending a day or two in Hardins- boro, came last week to visit his mother, stock barn; 1 large fruit house with Willie Compton and Bent Dickey Mrs. II J. Rice, of Hawesville, vis burg. present high prices. Mrs. Sarah Frame, and other relatives. cellar 25x30 ft.; 1 large tobacco barn; went to Leltchfield Friday on business. ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Miss Irene Hrickey bus accepted a poMrs. Julia Wood Is at home after a I largesheepbarn; plenty stock water; Allen and two little daugh Rev. Hawkins, last week. store, O. ters, Christine and Estes, are visiting fruits of all kinds; farm in good week's stay with relatives in Louisville, sition In her brother-in-law'- s state Mr. and Mrs. Dan Matli.ny nnd chil Shei reports her W, Sanders, at Evansville. granddaughter, Miss PAOL GOMPTON, of cultivation. Will sell on right kind relatives at Bradfordsvifie this week. dren, of Owensboro, are guests of his Julia Fellah, as growing weaker. Mrs. Alice Hlnton, of Louisville, is of terms. For prices and particulars Miss Rosa Hasham and Thad Mays mother, Mrs. Cyrus Merrlttand Mr. were guests of Mr. Mays' sister, Mrs. J, Sam Smith has returned home ac- visiting relatives near Hardinsburg. Hardinsburg, - Kentucky. call on or write Merritt. companied by his mother, Mrs. Bnloe Miss Ruby Hawkins, of Louisville, II. Hart, this week. Mrs. A. M. Miller returned to her Smith. Mrs. Mamie Compton was the euest who has been visiting relatives htre, Fire, Tornado and all class C. A. TINIUS, of Mrs. Allen Thursday night. home in Cloverport Sunday after a short home. Willis Noel, after spending several has returned The missionary meeting was held at visit with her sister, Mrs. Olivia Lay. es of Insurance. months at Shelbyvllle in the Masonic Stephensport, Mrs. J. C. Tucker's home Thursday Kentucky G. B, Gardner and sitter, Miss Nannie Home, has returned, and Is afternoon. at home on BRECKINRIDGE-BANSKILLMANj President- OF CL0VERP0RT CONTENTMENT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier THE BANK OF SECURITY SERVICE WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits 40.00H0ICES i 1 II GRAND PICNIC! 1 AUSPICES rt 1 I I ST. ROMUALD'S CHURCH e e Saturday, Sept. 1st! CHURCH GROUNDS Foster-Mllbur- 1 I Hardinsburg, Ky.S I I Great Picnic Dinner I Excellent Music Good Speaking ! 1 I Shooting Gallery Cane Rack Dolls, and all Attractions of a J First-Clas- s Picnic. f COME AND MEET YOUR FRIENDS j -- Who Reads Classified Advertising? - Ready Cash Always Finds a Listening Ear IS TOBACCO Insured Against Damage FIRST STATE Irvington, STEPIIENSPORT Farm For Sale HAIL? Ian Read The Want Column!