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The Breckenridge news: September 19, 1917 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 brc1917091901_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: September 19, 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 BRECKENR1DUE NEWS. K" $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. VOL. XL II ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. 8 Pages N6. 12 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1VI7. fi Every automobile in this town ought to go to Hardinsburg next Thursday to give the 52 men called to the help of their country a farewell that will cheer them through the entire war. No other men ever went out from their homes and firesides in a better, grander cause to fight for the best country in the world. It's a great privilege, and should be a sweet privilege, for men to have a part in saving our country from the greatest arch enemy the world has ever had to deal with. Go over and give the boys a parting word that will stimulate them and help them on their way. May God bless our boys, and may they return to us after the war is over, decorated with a crown of glory. EXEMPTION FERRY BOARD Verdie Johnson Chris Logsdon James H. Pate John Purguson Patriotic Meeting XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX T INSTRUCTIONS TO MEN CALLED TO THE COLORS a ONLY $25 MORE BAPTIST CONVENTION OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS In the County to Meet in Steph-enspor- t, T0B1NSP0RT COMPLETES ITS WORK. 52 of Our Best Men Called To Camp Taylor. They Will Get Off At TO BE RAISED. The Illiteracy Campaign. New Organization Business Started Last Week. Former Ferryman Served For Thirty-eigh- t Years. Will Continue Carrying Mail. a Big Send RALLY THERE THURSDAY NIGHT A lisr rally has lieen planned The familiar litt't ferry lioat "Kiity" for next Thursday night at HarIwtBWhas panned back and tortn carry dinsburg, where our soldier boys IHfpauengerf from this pnrt to the one are called to colors and must be across the Ohio, Tobinsport, for so MM) years, has given away to a new trans- - present and present themselves to portation boat ca'leil the "C ami I the County Board ready for serMr Wood Weatherholt of Tohinsport, Fifty two of the best men who for thirty three J ears has been the vice. I ferryman, also the mail man, sold his in Breckinridge county will be farm including the ferry landing, to the there. They will take the train, I Cloverport and Tohinsport Ferry Com pany The new ferry company began operat There will be a patriotic meet-inheld in Hardinsburg, Thursday night, Sept. W, at H o'clock, in honor of the young men, who will go to Camp Taylor, Friday morning. Also a parade from Court House r() Depot, Friday morning. Everybody cordially invited to attend tne meeting. Thursday night, also to be present Friday morning. Committee. Co. M. IJMtk Inf. For Camp Taylor Ky., Sept. 1817 Chairman, Exemption Board of Breckinridge County, Hardinsburg, Ky. Dear Sir: I would strongly ad vise that you Wqueet each man sent to this camp by your board to bring one or two extra suits of medium "underwear, extra sox, towell and soap, razors and toilet articles will add to their comfort and should be brought from home. Aged Man Receives Injury. Men from your county will be Mr. Raphael Wellington, an aged under my c tmniand and I am vitand feeble man of this city, was se- ally interested in their comfort. riously injured last TueMlay when the Yours Sincerely, old Mill.r residence, which had been Y. W. lioge standing sixtv years, caved in and pinning Mr Wethington under tne debris Hi:; condition is critical, as he suffered a broken hip and arm besides many bruises over the body. Total now is $186.75. Capitan Moorman Anxious to make Final Report. Dear Editor: The following is Sept. 29. Also the District Mission Board Convenes In the Afternoon. Tin. a list of those contributing to the illiteracy fund, not heretofore published, one or two of these names were omitted from the list by mistake. It is possible that we may have overlooked another name or two, M I will be pleased to have anyone report to me if they have been omitted from the list. As we only lack about $85.-00- Ilreckinridge County .Bip-ti'Convention, which was recently organized as the County Baptist A ociatinn held here in August, wijl bold its first meeting in Stephensport, Ky. , st Sunday-schoo- l Sept. i'.i. The District Mis-t6- n ''Board will also meet in the afternoon of the MUM day ami the members of the board are cordially .rcipie-te- d to 1 A. C. Icwued by Mr Will owners holding a The McKaughn. Prominent Farmer Dies. The following named persons franchise both on the Itwenty years and Indiana shores. notified to report to the Local are Mr. W. J. Owen, a prominent The C and T. ferry has a new harge Hoard, at Hardinsburg, at 5 Breckfarmer and stock raiser with lock gates Ht each etui so that o'clock p. ru. on September 20, inridge county, dieil of Lmtomobile drivers can feel p rfectly Sunday at Isafe when they have to cross the river 1917, for military duty and for his home in Glen Dean. rrv will run on schedule time transportation to the Army mob- Mr. Owen was a man of very leaving this side every hour and the lizitton camp at ljouisville: high principles and was well liked ther side every half hour among his friends and associates. Kobert Tenant Osborne Mr. McKaughn will move to Tobins Bernard Kdward Morrison Iport and live on the farm which the Suhscrihe For News Mike L. Tucker ICompany purchased. will retire fro-:- : ac- Mr. Weatherholt J. F. Carter Itive business for the present other than Oliver Johnson It hat of continuing to carry the mail, Percy Allen Walker Tat-and ing, inuraaay acpi. i, m. Mr. Friday morning, for Camp Taylor. Pink cards were mailed out Monday notifying them to be present. iJf The :xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Copy of Condensed Report of having our the as- be present. I he program arranged for the sessment, and our expenses. New Power a Big War Secret. sincerely trust that those who Sunday school meeting v Til be as have not contributed, and desire follows: , Transmission of power by a so to do, will help make up this Morning Session method hitherto unknown is the small sum, in order that I may 10:4:. Devotional Services. interesting subject of an article in finally report at the earliest pos- 11:00 Enrollment of Representathe October number of Popular sible time. Very truly, ',, ' tives of Schools. This disMechanics Magazine. H. Dell. Moorman. 11:15 Sermon by K$v. .);. C. covery is now being utilized by Slang; Subject, '"The BapWebster, Ky. K. D. St. Clair, the British War othce and Admirtist Opportunity in SalvaSi. (x. alty. After the war it will be tion of the Children. " available for general use by all Irvington, Ky. S. B. Payne, $1.00 L:l Adjournment for Noon. Ben M. Miller, power users and it is said will Kirk, Ky Mi A fternoon Session tt.00. completely revolutionize prevailKoun.l Table Discussion 1:80 Union Star, Ky. William L. Mil ing systems. and Quia ot' the (following Subjects: (l)Hon to Interest' the Older J 1 ' Made a Canvass Over Town. Mr ami Mrs. Divid Penick of Garfield, Ky., were here Wednoday and iliurs day. Mrs Penick who is a candidate for county School Superintendent was making a canvass of the town, soliciting the support ot those eligible for voting lin the election on November 4th. They were accompanied by Mr. and ami einuiren, Mrs. Morton TOUCH rancta Marie Charles Edward and leuick of Garfield. Charles A. Blair Jasper Alverta Head Member-(4) How to (8) . John Mai bee Bud Woods The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. At the close of business September 7, IV 17 Keep tin' 1'irpils iu the Sunday School, How to Prepare the Les- - f An Encouraging Letter. To the boys of Breckinridge County, that have been drafted into the national army, especially some of my old playmates of Axtel: You are undertaking a great duty, the heart of the wholecount-ris with you, everything you do will be watched with the deepest interest and solicitude, not only bj those near and dear to you but by the whole nation. For this .1 It great war draws us an logetner, makes . us comrades ana tmaners, : a ii mem as all true Americans ieu ii when we tirst made selves to be good our National Independence. 1 repeal, the eyes or an win oe unon vou because in some special kense you are the soldiers of free dom. Let it oe your prirto, there fore, to show us what good soldiers you are but also what goi u men you are. Set up for yourselves a stand ard so high that it will be a glory to live up to it. then by living up to it a Id a laurel to the crown 01 May an actionals con merica. fidence g with you in every bat tii'iftidm every test may wod keep and guide you, A friend Henry Critchlow. y W 1 (Now is the time to Subscribe Felix Coleman lleston Gilbert Glasscock Henry Burnett Boyd J. Keith Nat ii. Shellman Donard J, Smith William Leroy Tate William Wordie Greenwell John Elbert Avitt William C. Matlingly Alvin Napoleon Basbam Leslie D. Jones Benjamin Franklin Macy Samuel Sneed Noblett Joseph P. Jarboe Shelby Cleveland Best J. Hubert Lyons William M. Carwile Woodford B. Board Archie Glasscock Herman Smith Jim Henry Carwile Oscar Finly Dawson lames Ernest McGary Vernon Tucker Cube William Dowcll Ariel Allen John Sutton Charles Hobbs Jones D. Owen Miller Polle Forest Simmons Necel Moore Willie Perks Coleman Frederick Wheatley James W. Wood Walter Meador Pat Ilinlon Hubert Livers Floyd E. Hinlon Gosnel Lively Charles Eugene McGary Shelby Smith c X Resources s.m. Discussion Ird by Kev. W. I,. Brack, State Sunday School Secretary. Kvery School in the Association urged to send a representative. . . . Notes and Bills United States and other Bonds , Overdrafts Other Assets Cash on hand and in other banks Total, .... .... Liabilities $469,335.41 . Walker, Pres. Byron De.larnette. Sec. Treas. Uu-sel 9,072.50 1,733.12 174.52 85,301.11 ner, 8.00; Sarah K. Richardson 1, B. Cart, .:! cent. Frymire. Ky. H. (i. Vessels, $1.00 New York, N. Y. L. L. Wilker- SI. 00: son. $.".00. $565,616.66 (Jlen Dean, Ky. Mrs. W. B. Moor ' Total 313.25 man, $1.00 Grand Total $17.75 Death Claims Young Boy. Lodiburg, Ky. Sept. 10th (Soc ial) Hobert Keys, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Keys died last Monday of typhoid fever. Kev. .1. ' Uutson, Leitchtield conducted the funeral services and the body was interred in the Walnut (jirove cemetery last Tuesday. llorbert was Is years of age, had been a member of the church car- - and had for six lived a faithful christian life, lie was kind and affectionate and had many friends. When his brother was drafted for the army he that lie might go in his place. by a father, Ho bail is mother, two brothers and live sisters besides a host of friends who mourn their loss. Tlio.-- e wha attended the funeral from a distance were, Mr. and Mis. ,loe Fitch, Cloverpoft; Mr. and Mrs. Owen Keys, West Point. Capital Stock, paid in Surplus Account Undivided Profits DEPOSITS Total .... .... $ 50,000.00 42,000.00 3,487.18 470,129.48 $565,616.66 Total Assets of Banking and Trust Departments over $900,000.00 Very Respectfully PAUL COMPTON, Cashier tXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX W Hagan, farmer I 50 on, traveler for steel culverts 5 00 Beat sow, any braid. J. H. Poultry Qiheon, I'rea. Corn, Clover and ft 00 60. Beet trio H I Beds, Prof. Ater 3 Stock Club fli Second beat, 0 I). Hook, miliar I COUNTY FAIR. Colts MM Beet dieplay of R. I. Ne.lv J. INCORPORATED C. Cru cher, chicken fancier.! 32. Heat saddle and hsrneas colt, fi2. Beet trio Muff Orphingtont, E year, Lon Howell, rural under Corn :i Oo S. McAfee, bridge and con- letter carrier No. J i Best single ear corn, A. J Dye I I 00 etruction foreman 33 Second beat, Ixn Howell August 28, 1917 oo n. 8 d c eV Second heat, K. S McAfee .It Best saddle and harnesa colt Btet atngla ear of white corn 61 Beat trio B. P. Hocks, J. C. i I and under 3 years, W. G. OUI CUSTOMIM SO by A. J. I)e 3 00 Carnegie, iialcman for the Handy, postmaster Mngit Mf yellow coin .V Hest I 00 2 .15 Second best, W. O. Bandy Webster Stone Company is with pleasure that we can say after a thorough investigation by A. J. Dye 5 W. H. Bandy, year, HI Best tlraft colt under 65. Second best, Dr. I of the tobaCCO crop condition of this county, (Breckinridge) that it 4 Bettttn ears, any variety :i 00 farmer M. H. Lyddan 8 00 M, W. 8 Taylor, dentist Second best, M. H. Lyddan.-- - '. 00 6 Best trio L'ghorne, T H Bly lias one of the best, if not the best, crop ever produced, and we are Second doxt, t)r W. B. Taylor ..3 00 lis Hest tlraft colt I year and under 5 2 the, merchant C. 1 I Itast cmis white corn, Stt jntl best, Ben Nome 2, K. C. very anxious for the raisers of the same to realize the very best prices Koote. farmer and W. Hawea. K R Agen: .2 Oo I Oil 6H Meat trio I'atndge Kocss, J. B. machinist possible. StCiind best, K A Claycomh, 7 Hottcll, merchant best, S. K. Handy, 30 Second I OO farmer I 00 6!t Second best, Mrs Essie Bandy, farmer We are assured from sources that are thoroughly reliable that 8 Beat ten eat yellow corn, II. H. farmer 3 Oil man Head retired business Horses A Bast cock, any breed, la Klrt- the prices to be paid for tohacco this year will be much than t.e.st, Kred Triplctt 9 Second tley, insurance man 10 Best harness horse, any age. K. and we hope that you will hold onto your crop until farmer was expected, 71. Btst hen, any orecd, J. W. I, Lyon, K. H Agent and 10 Beat ten ears grown by boy I Mercer, farmer 3 00 insurance the market is established. under IT, years of age, S. B. a 10 ft. Beat cockerel, auy breed, T. P It, Second best. K L I,yon I'ayue, Cand't County Judge I .SO Davis, contractoo 12 Best saddle horse, any age. farmers of this county last year lost more than $200,000.00 I OO Payne . Second best S. 7J. Best pullet, any breed, J. N A. Howell, rural letter carrier He iv est ten rare corn, any Stewart, farmer and breeder.. crop before the market was established. It was a by selling :i 00 No. 1 variety, S l Unwell, farmer. I jO 71. Best p.iir llintams, Mrs. H W. j Secoml best, C. T Marshall, frequent occurrence last season for the farmer to sell his tobacco, and 75 Second beat, .S. U Dowel I Carter, fancy poultry I 00 undertaker sample green clover, Best 75 Second best, Mrs Carter J. Ed- 4) Hrst team farm horses, when it was delivered the buyer would immediately place it on I 50 Amos Sipes, farmer I 5O 76 Meat Turkey, torn, Chas, Cross, mond Carter, accountant and i' void I market and sell it for as much again as he paid for it. farmer 4.7 Heat saddle & harntss horse, 77 Best Turkey, hen J. W. Willis, Mules to be ridtlen and drifts), D. 0 1 in management of this Warehouse Company has Kd. Irvington Herald Bright, retired business man 2 ft 17 BchI mule tinder one year old 2 00 yd Best pair ducks, any breed, U 0. Bright lo Second beat, G. N. Lvddan, farmer and every way possible in the past to realize the best prices possible for 1 years sub. to Herald D. G. Bright 30 feeder 3 oO 47. Third beat, Best pair geeae, any breed, the producers of tobacco, and our record has always shown that we 1H Second beat, O N. Lyrtdan 2 00 Cattle I yeara sub. to Herald 19 Hast mole one anil under two have been able to do so. HO. Best lb. of butter, W. J. Pig year, dairy years old, J. Ashcraft, hardt Beat calf, under gott, Prea Webatar Stone Co 2 H 00 br ed, John Lyddan, farmer ware and implements We appreciate the patronage and favors shown us in the past x Second best, G O. Bailey, tim 3 00 3 00 M Second best, J. D. Aahcraft and feeder I barman and farmer 2 00 and hope to be continued with the same, and assure the public that 21 Heat mule two and under three 19. Second best, John Lyddan...- 1 M Third beat, sub. to Herald ft'). Best Jersey cow, Manson Hicks years old, Jonas Lyon, farmer H.'i. we will at all times do our best for your interests. Best collection of farm seeds 00 00 5 and breeder farm and dairy 3 iOO lbs none such flour, Irving- 3 Oo 5 Second best, J. W. Ater, farm . Second best, Jonas Lyon Hold on to your tobacco and get what you are entitled to for ton Mill and Elevator 9 3 ftO 33 Bent mule any age, It. J. Cain, and dairy M, Second beat, 100 Iba. daily bread We are raising of It. the herd of candidate for Hep Hrek. Co 5 00 51' 2 Best breeder young 7 llou'. Irvington Mill 5 00 Jerseys, Association So. Bast I lb. sample of honey, i. Hogs Yours very truly, tZ Best calf, beef breed, under I W. Carter. Sec. of Fair year. W. A. Burnette, live u. lies' pur bogs under I muni, old Mk Best it. stock peas, H. W. Breckinridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse stock, insurance, cotton seed fed by boy under 10 years, G. Carter :i 00 ZM H. Gilpin, farmer and dairyman meal and hulls... Wf. Best plate of ft apples, winter Best piii Ourocs, under I months f3 Second best, W. A Burnette 2 00 B. W. Carter ."4. Uest cow, beef breed, O, F. old, i H. Hoard, farmer and 8h. Best plate of 5 pairs, winter, I i we stock Bandy, farmer 00 3 00 dealer jMUUtmm Xdmtmmtmtt B. W. Carter ... MUt 16. Second best. G. II. Hoard 2 00 I 00 5".. Second best, O, F. Handy N, Bast plate of 5 apples, any 00 'ly. Itest JohnJLyddan 56. Best beef bull, olher than Dtirocs, variety, H. V.', Carter 1 Second best, John Lyddan I 00 under H mors, old, Hayms 90 Best plate of 5 peaches, B. W. Tient, merchants 3 00 5S. Best beef, any age, pair walk LIST OF PRIZES EMM The Breckinridge Loose Leaf Warehouse Co. I Hardlnsburg, Kentucky and Friends: n I To It 1 In 1 tture 1 0 The their the The attempted 't 1 I. 1 a 1 The Co, xxxx Jrty rt 43 pir ."I 2i. Second test, Haynes Trent... 2 J9. Itest pair tiogs. and breed, John NeviH' farmer and feeder f 10 00 00 9. Best boar, any breed, D. (.,'. Her- - over shoes (valued 6) Newsoin 6 Gardner merchant Hest cow and calf, beef breed, (each to count j per cent) J. Carter 00 Beat can peaches, U W. Carter 12 Best caa pears, B. W. Carter. .V Best can tomatoes, B. W Carter 94. Best can cucumbers pickles, Bl B. W. Carter field, B, W. "3 Largest pumpkin, What $10 Incorporation. spent it. Will Do Carter 90. Largest pumpkin, sweet, Irvine Mercer, farmer V. Best head of cabbage, Irvine Mercer tfCCt TO MY Sept. 12, 1917. FRIENDS :- It will put you in partnership with a growing It will make you save, where you would have It will pay you good interest on your investment. It will enable you to buy your groceries and provisions at a tremendous saving, viz: Calilnriiia Hams, lb potato, Andrew Ilardesty, farmer . 9' Largest sweet potato. Jesse Ciarkson, farm anil dairy 100 Largest tomato, J. Ciarksou lot Largest stock beet. Prof. Kirk Principal Irvington Schools lU Largest beet, garden, 'rat. (Mi Ltrgest stvect . KM Me; H. It. Kirk Best bunch of parsnips, Prof. H K Kirk Best bunch salsifer, I'm! H. It Kirk 10.") Best bunch green beans, Pro!'. II R Kirk . .. 06 Largest 107 ION turnip, Prof H. L Kirk Best lit. 2.W pound Mixed PtddhaJ SpiC I0U, I pk. Irish potato, C. 1. I Winn, ice and light lant Best pk. sweet potatoes, C L Wlno I Liigest wale melon, B V, Oats. fMlMr, 1 pk)s II) H 5t 3Si Peck Measure I'uialO Carter III Old laslnoii Couitrv Baeon; ttkt lie 1'et.k Sweet P 6: I aundr) Soap, bars J7k I2H l Ekk. Rice, oVeii whole bead; lb .!c 8c 10c iOc lb lo 2 I'uialO Gallon karo SyruP regular 15c CoffeE 241b Patent FlouR 10c Best display of ouious, li W. Apple Butter; " Tea regular Ivory Soap. Noodles. IJ 0c; special ih. 2 Ik Ik 7c 15c 2 packages CocoA packages packages 2 lb 5c bars ... Ik 21c 14c x SalT Spaghetti 10c hurley, Paul Woottrow Wilson, live stock and tob.uc 3 dealer 1 I ill .Second best, Paul Wilsun 113 Third best, Paul Wilson.... I III Best stalk of tobacco I years suliscr.ption lo Herald I Carter III Best I stalks pleased to announce to you that 1 have connected nyself with the firm of M. Gimbel & Sons, Chicago. This announcement gives me the greatest pleasure of my hat carear. Without overstating it, the Gimbel firm is the largest and oldest hat firm in the central market and carries a line of merchandise full of merit and worth the money, in fact, none better. For your information I may state that they carry three maine Tines, viz. Felt and Straw Hats. They are one of the most prominent manufactures of Cap3 and Cloth Headwear and also show a complete and fall line of gloves and mittens, all of which you will find in the greatest variety, and I am sure, at prices which are as low as any reliable firm sell them. And therefore, I am sure that I am in a position better than ever before to take care of your interest and make our business relations more pleasant than ever have been. am here now getting out my line of samples, and in a short time will call on you, (as to the exact date) the course of will inform you later. 'A'ould. thank you very much if you will wait and look over the line before you place your Spring orders, for I am anxious to start you with my new connection with a 1 ine of merchandise I am 1 that is right. ou dood Lard. lb. I packages Jell O BacoN 22c Display III 116. 5c packages 51.00 J2c Lean Breakfast 22c Hams, lb Best tl corated window, business house. J. 0, Lyddan, asst. Should you need anything for immediate use, I would thank you very much to send your orders direct to Chicago for they will receive most minute and prompt attention, for which purpose I shall send you under separate cover our Style Book for Fall 1917, comprising the entire line. Assuring you of my appreciation for all favor3 that you have 3hown me, and thanking you very much for your past friendship, 1 remain, Yours lbs CeW Sugar Dry Salt Bulls lb cashier ... . truly, The abuvc prices are just a few of the many things that you will save on by being a stock-hokl- er and buying your groceries and provisions from us. Full Information Free. Write Today We want a reliable man to look after and manage a branch store in Clovet port. Liberty Grocers Co. Co-Operati- ve st decorated fuggy In parade W. N. Holt, grocer and soft di inks H, Sat dmI b( si mli, lu lie. a.d j Best .id y rider over IN years ll dres Hat tv.ilue.l at I5; Mri. Ma'.t P.ivne, iuilllnr ....' II4, Bt st lastly ridei under IS ytu s id, dresi hat ..tluo.i at t.s) Mia Bwla Kendall. .. IH Hest clnlil rid r under 7 yre old, MlM Eva Cariigan 125 Uest boy rider 1 autl i5 yrs. Hi 1.'". Ueat Second best Mrs D. C lleion term an.l diary II; Beat decorated auto in parade Mrs. D. C He on ,. Steed best, Mrs Heron ii'.i. Hest decorated carnage in paiade. MlMCI J and M. Greenwood, farmers U". S sua bet. ub. Herald . JOHN T. DITTO. Il. IL".t. I Second best, sub. to Herald oO . I3. One' hundred yd. foot race, by men over so yrs of (1. W. Mtiburn, blacksmith ae . . A "i I I Rank Account Cures Worry I . III, autl lepairiug, Second prizj First pru 50 "11 Third priie t I Flowers 5 1. I'lettiatt Alsxoiultr . pot plants. Kd F I .so- - An eminent physician declares that worrv kills more Americans than war. Mf people live beyond their mean. A goodly bank account ends worry. It briaag ooataatnseat. It ia conducive to serenity, it makes for inlepm It makes for confidence. See us today alxiut that account of )ours We do everv kind of banking We'll be lad to explain our deposit and rbeckiaaj lyateeata Special attention is given to nil new accounts. M Second best, Kd F. Alexander I (HJ vi. Best varieties cut (Invert. Kd I 00 F. Ah xauder UN Sccor.tl best, Ed K. Akx inler 5" I Come in and FIRST W J talk It over : J. C J 1 STATE BANK Irvington, Ky. I'AYNK, Cashier LYDDAN, Ass't Cashier l ". licet Mali Office I2Q6 W. Market St. Uuistilll, Ky. d old, Miss Kva Cirrigan youug gentleman rider Mits Kva C urlgan Beat gentleman ruler over 65 yre. old, atockaman't cane J. V, St. Clair, farmer 1 grown by child under II yr. "0 old, Kd K. Ale.xautler IjaV Second best, Kd V. Alexander U0 Uest piece hand eiubrodery under I yr. old (J. N. Lttldin lis. Uest display dahlias, four colore lo aepirate vasee, G N. varieties tut fl t ra 7." Oil J. PIOGOTT, President M. lllikNDON, Vice I'resitlent 0 10 141. Lyddan I 50 V Best hand made counter pane 14'.' under I yrs. old G. N Lyddan. Uest sample needle work under Lyddan yra. old, Prettiest piece home wjven goods, U.N. Lyddan Prettiett piece hand painting, .' 50 50 143. 5O ti N. Lyddan Better Baby Contest Child under one year old, 8. P. Parka Continued Ir. on page 7 GOLDEN RULE STORE We wish to announce to our many friends and patrons of the 30C C3QCDfC 30C in 51 crjorzp community, that owing to our great success ot the past two months of our husiness, that we have decided to remain here for a while longer, and we wish to state further that we are opening this fall with a Full Line of Fall and Winter Goods and in order to make room for this big fall line, we are offering special bargains on all goods we have on Suits, Men's hands at present. In our Men's Clothing Department we have a good assortment of their regular price. Men's Hats, Shirts and OverOvercoats, Odd Pants and Men's Raincoats at one-ha- lf alls also at a great reduction. Ladies' Skirts, Children's Dresses, Coats and Shoes at very low prices. ce Men's Underwear Heavy fleeced Union Suits Heavy fleeced separate pieces MenV Sample Uuderwear per garment $1.4o wUu HOU M Cflp Men's Corduroy Punts Men's It'a. Work Shoes Men's Work SIMM'S An OiUu QQ ) 4Q OOiHO Af) JQ ARp 01 40 1 Men's and Boy's Furnishings Men's Suits Men's Over- coats Men' Ruincoats Men's Work Three-piece f7 QQ VI 30 1 M f OJiH) Q Jfl Men's New Fall Ties, 25c and Men's New Fall Hats: all fhe latest styles, $2.00 to Hoy's Nor fork Suits Boy's Shoes; $3 50 values DUG rnA CQ OJlOU A fQ Boy's Heavy fleece, lined Underwear Men's Blue Work Shirts Men's Blue and Bed Handkerchiefs Men's Silk Hose 25c to Men's Heavy Hose from 10c to 39c 50c 10c 50c 25c Skirt.--; wool (iaberdine; Fancy Patch Pockets Ladles' Serge Skirts in all-wo1 Indies' Fall blue and black lot of Ladies' Summer Skirts; odds ami ends; $5.98 $4.98 At Cost Latin s' dull kid. hiirh top, Knolish Shoes Ladies' dull kid, hir!i top Shoes OJidO AA AQ QQ Ladies' and Misses' Furnishings Ladies' House Dresses in Percale QQn and (iinpham Owb Ladies' On tins; Flannel Petticoats in heavy JQn quality; colors pink and lilue TUu Ladies' Knitted Petticoats: all- QQn wool I vO QQ wi0 25c OCo ZOu Old Ladies' Comfort Shoes; ruhber heel (iirl's School dresses caps Boy's Heavy Kinhed Stockings (iirl's School Shoes; 2.(10 to Carpet Slippers $6.00 $3.00 $2.75 48c S2.50 23c Pants f1 SUPPLIES:-Compcsi- tion OlioO QQ uOu SCHOOL Tablets; Ron?h Paper and Ink Tablets; Also Full Line Pencils and Pens We Handle a Full Line of Groceries at the Lowest Prices GOLDEN RULE STORE, Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame hacks, LIBERTY LOAN rheumatism, and irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt Teachers Examination. of $1.00. One small bottle is two mouths' treatment, and seldom fails fax Washington.' D. C Sept. ll. The last white teachers exam- to perfect a cure. Send for sworn tesof the Chairman Harrison, timonials. ination for this year will be held Street, St. Dr. E. W. Hall, MM OliveLouis, Mo. Sold by drugRailroad s War lloar.l. authorizes the I Iai dins'mrjr, Friday and Sat gists. following at the request of the Treasury in of the uiday, Sept. '21 and 22. The railroads Department; States will cooperate iu the pubUnited J. VV. Tre.it. Superimlcnt hl format Ion. Iu the basket was a note licity aUMJMiga that is beitiK planned Public Schools. from a Texas girl explaining that her The , '917-Fair- Cloverport, Ky. 3!l locf: (c Will AID SECOND Mrs. Keed. ol Paria, Ky , is visiting Mrs. Voattf G as e c . ti is e.-Mrs. J. C, Tucker was the guest of Mrs. Lou Gannaway Monday. Mrs. Evelyn Dudgor, who Insbeen ill fur the past week, is improving. A TEXAS WONDER. OUR PAPERS ARE TRUTHFUL Co ored for the second Liberty Loan. posters advertising the new issue of Liberty bonds will be placed in the waiting rooms of eery railroad station in the country. Through these posters the Treasury Department will be able to reach the millions of persons who use the lailroads and present them with timely inlormation concerning the sec oud Liberty Loan. The ,75.0"'l employees of the railroads will also have the subject ca'led to their attention by a series of posters that w ill be placed iu the railroad shops and all other places where employees assemble. More thau 2(,000,IK:0 oo worth of the first issue of Liberty Hourts were purchased by railroad employees. m-? ri: r'?fc- M4M t-.- t - MMM 1 FARM AND STOCK. $ l'rank Z553 ?5sS? :3er?3S ?Jr7 Ball. of ?ZS-?- I father had so'd the peaches for fl.M a bushel and asked the u'tiuiate consumer to write ami tell hei how much he paid for them The merchant bought the peaches from the commission dealer it 2$ ,1 basket and retailed them for U Allea, Tex., writes his Nat Whitworth. C.arfie'd brother to ship li i cis two barrels of sorghum and forget about the price, brank knows Kentucky sorghum is good and the price is no object J. W. Webb, Gaifield, went to the State Mr. l'aul Wlntwoilh accompanied him The Girls' Caiinin.; Club, of Hardin county, has canned 4,s,Ooo cans of toma toes this season. Got some industrious gir's over there, haven't they? Tice Miller says he gave away to his neighbors tomatoes enough for ilkxjcans. from Kentucky will receive $2(j2,ll$the government for good roads for the year ending 8 19 The Rock Crusher, at Mystic, his A new smoke closed down for repairs. stack is one of the improvements. l'rank Robbius lost $5, Cot) worth of hogs on his farm near Grecnslniig. hid. Ground glass was found iu the tankage Alien enemies ire sus fed to the hogs peeled of having placed the glass in the food at the factory. Kentucky will produce this year, according to the Government report for September, 3t.flQ0.QQfl bushels of corn iu excess of last year and a.odO.ooO bushels of potatoes aliove last year's crop Wheat and tobacco are about the same as in - 00 Amos Whitworth and A. V. Whitworth, of Slcphctisport, have nice crops talents of Bur lev, The were offered, Saturday, "After nil. Ihe prim ipal rauaug Uj'h) I8 oh from the ground up. our press does not print lic - 'till newspaper men as a class me boll est, consi lent ions beyond the average and. iWATTINGLY rcordtag to their euda. strictly honor-ablCartaln thbaga may ba iiarmiitcd Miss Cora Mathews and Miss l'earl hy that code that strike the layman 11s Is Hash III visited Miss Opal ltarbee last per uliur. but deliberate meiid.u ii not one of them.'' Century. Saturday, e. Only When Deccivfd, as a Rule, Do They Wander Into Mendacity leeUM Mom lie " '( Mir papers Taylor aaya so. ami lie ebould know, baring been a newspaper man himself, lie .stales "thai newspapers rare ly print sluleineiits that are But Ht least poor relations of the With. "In the Hist ptaca, coaapetHlou auMWig MWapapan Is lOO keen. I'ic Is iheiu solves Bra explosive enough and s, alter plenty of libel SUlts in their Hake as it !.s without paper's deliberandi loud big for troiinle by printing AVliou. "I'sually when an absolute incut has appeared in a newxpHi er I he paper's chief offense is hi having he Narad an untrustworthy source, a eon to guard attains! tlngency dIHicull since any paper is more or lens at ihe nercy af lis out of town eorreaiioud-enlAny cone and news igoocle. spoudciit can fool any aier not e. hul it is to th credit of editors thai an over Imaginative correspondent rurelj gata 1 aaeoud chance to ogerclae bis . 11 s Seen the Courier, Mary? b 1 ' ' sj 1 1 Well, I should say! It s the first thing I see in the morning m Vz,1 Keel languid, weak run down? Head acheV Stomach "off?" A good remAsk edy ie Burdock blood Bitters. your druggist. Price $1.85. McDANIELS The farmers have been very busy cutting tobacco this week. The wntermellon supper given to the youug folks by Misses Lillian and leu Glasscock Saturday evening, was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Glasscock and little daughter, Mary Kllu, were gutsts of Mrs. Nannie Coniptou Sunday. Dr. J. II. Hart visited his mother at White Mills last week. Several from MN attended the State Fair at Louisville. Misa Rhea Critcheloe returned home I9IU Wednesday after a visit with relatives Commissioner Hoover plans a reduction of about twenty cents iu the t Harned. Mrs Mamie Compton was the guest cost of bread, ami standardized loaves at of Miss Amanda Harris Thursday night five and six cents In a basket of peaches a Huntington, Rev. Ivan Allan and Mrs. Allen camp meatiag at Kingswood W. Va., grocer purchased from a corn- mission merchant he found interesting If War 1 i Minnie and l'earl Hates uml A lazy liver leads to chronic dsp'p Miss Valeria l'rank visited Mr and si;i and constipation weakens UM Mrs Curtis l'ate, last Saturday. hole system. Doan's Riigulcts 30c Mrs. AM Hawkins and daughter', mildly on the live: and Louise and Lucile Hawkcns of Toliius-por- t per box) act visited relatives at Mattingly last bowels. At all di ug s'.oi cs. week. On His Dignity. Mr and Mis. John l'alls, Mr. and "You shouldn't have eaten so ikiWl Mrs. Will Mason were guests of Mr, and Mrs. William Mingus, last Sunday. ut the party, WUHa, aad you aruunidl Mrs Ciint Prank ami daughter Mrs. iiave been si eh " "lint, mother, Imw could help 11 it' Joe Hurdette visited Mr and Mrs John Mathews last Thursday "Dblu'l ou klHlW yoU hud eaten lot' Mr James llrickcy. ot Mattiugly, has niueb, my mu';" "Yes n o, hv, knew b all right, bvl icnlcd I farm near Lcwisport lie with ( v.t-- ; too UrVUd I" admit !t."- - Vu ,!,.",'s his family Will move 011 it next yen iteMMan. Habe Robbius, Misses l'earl Hates, I.ula Hiiekey, Liiy Hates and Mr. Cor Unbreakable Windows. bet Keeuan were guests of Miss Valeria ltepeiited coals of ruw or boiled lluPwAx Hal Sunday aeed oil upplleil to a MWI) meshed Mrs Joel Keeuan, who has been visitwire fubrlc will glu a gosl substitute ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen window glass. The wire may be Sc. ton, left last Monday for her home for used for many purposes and is especialin II iuois. ly good where glass might easily be Mr and Mrs John Falls left Monday broken The fubrlc may bo dipped lu for Louisville to seek a location. the oil Instead of applying It with a News has been receive here of the bruah. Exchange. arrival of a little girl, Sept 9th at the In Latin America sun dried beef is home of Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Wright of stretched for tether ropes. McU,uady. Mi-se- s 1 - JEWELRY li - ii)(l if you i"t.v 11 heie It costs no lOON ami you have our "inn alM us well as the article you buy. Our czuaiantec uis'.nes the bigh quftlil y of vour pttichiisi'. Of ils return if you mc not Mail tied, , 1 ifl Ky. ' f T, C 1EWIS, Watchmaker ?&Si3 l:e?!-- f CM a V&K DR.. W. B. TAYLOR ... PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hoars: t>Vk A IwayN tn . .ofllti iKiur; tlurlntf Irilngtoti, It Try Us for Job Printing jjajjjflji THE BRECKBNRIDGE JOHN I). NEWS The Call. You have as much sense a the next man. Use it rely on it and it will grow. You have two good hands, two good eyes, two good ears. I 'sc t hem. You have as much strenuosity .is Kooscvelt. I'se it. You have as good an educition as Rockefeller had. You can read the same new s apcrs. magazines unci books Mr. I lowell- - reads. You have a pen and as much paper as Kudyiird Kipling. hours a day. just the same as Wood-roYou have twenty-fou- r Wilson. What's the matter with you? Why don't you make good All the wide seas want ships; where is yours The tpiarries ate full of stone waiting to go into houses, the mines arc gorged with ore. the fotests are thick with building '. nn i KAKRAOl . Iditnr and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT. KY.. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1917 EIGHT PAGES. BwfctCfipWW price 51.50 a yeai; 5i for 4 monthv 7V for I moniliv Business Locall 10c per line and k for each additional insertion. Clfdl of Thanks over S lines chan-c- for at the rate of 10c per line. Sc per line, money in advance. Ohituanes charged for at the rate of Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Put if in MNamll to its Tho KnnsR- - City Stur litis n Med CW. Theodore staff, he will ive his comment on current new. Teddy has the retiinrkable trait of hems: aide Ut keep himself in the limelight. we While the enmity la ftpsirloff ibfl drive WBJ of the city bridge, fish they would irapr ve th" walks nn each side so we would not skill the (ota olf of our new fill shoes. Men's hearts ought not to he set against one another, but st wi'h one 'another, patticiilitrly at this lima in the history of our end that of Country for wc are all brothers working for the i -- world ptace. of the paper you will rind the complete li- -t pr z for the Countf y Fair. Look over it carefully and see if you havn anything tint you cm enter. It will help the Fair as well as being'an ml vei I iseinent for you. RtasanSara in this U-u- material. Bridges nee d building, inventions ate pleading tc be born, the world is hungry for interesting books. Huild, invent, write! every woman Kvet v busint ss louse is crying for a got d husband, children want teachers, the demand for wants the right man every where is tremendous. What set WH to be your trouble? What (io yi u nuan you have no chances Opportunity's knuckles are all skinned knocking at your door! m, OUR BANK 1 1 fx 11 A '91 3, IT SOUNDS GOOD, JINGLING IN YOUR POCKETS, BUT IF-. iw ..w ' tiucn tnMc- nc tudt "runurcti m u ncfiu on.it 111, iiiinnuL nun DLunn onanING IT, THE FIRST THING YOU'D KNOW, YOU WOULD HAVE vnn . e Farmers can't lind laborers, housewives can't find cooks, theatrical managers can't rind the right plays, churches can't rind sullit it nt pastors. The scarcest thing in the world is a man, a real man. Dr. Frank Crane FAT SUM THAT WOULD REALLY MEAN SOMETHING. YOU DON'T HAVE TO SPEND ALL THAT MOiiEY. COME INTO OUR BANK AND BECOME A DEPOSITOR. THAT MONEY WILL COME IN MIGHTY HANDY SOME DAY-B- UT IT SLIPS THROUGH YOUR FINGERS IF IT ISN'T IN THE BANK. A COME TO OUR BANK THE BANK OF HAROINSBURG & TRUST CO. We have been reared with the idea that when the country was it Mr is tin atorad duty of every iiuin who could, to go and if they week on busi di I not we naturally looked down on them. We would so much burg was here last feeling of pride for the ni in our ness. rather took ut to them and have a Mrs. Sudie Oliver, of Custer, hearts. was the guet of her POD Shellie Oliver last Monday. GARFIELD. GLl:N DEAN Henry B. Moorman, of Harned, Mr ;tm! Mrs. JJotia Ashley, of Juuc-U"was here on busine-s- , Tuesday. ; ity, Kansas, are visiting his broth Mrs. Taylor (iray will have Noiir ntl Pick Ashley. Mr er Mutlcr and dray, of Custer, charge of the primary room of has DO) be. ii in Kentucky for Ah shipped a car load of tine stock the Garfield School, and Mia 111 t ar. from here Wednesday. Mi s Mildred Murray left last wtt-Mautle Smith as ptincipal, while Miss Mary Ann Harned, visited where she will attend Mr-- . I'enick cativa-se- s for WTustlingtoa the county. and Constat) Oh'iul iMi fall relatives at Cu-tMr. and Mrs. I. II. Smith, Bnd Mi-- s ohonW MooraMB was In Irving-to- n tine bat week. Suntlav. and family motored to Louisville Mrs. Austin LeCtand, is on the aMrs 0 borne returned to la- -t week, and attended the fair. sick list. fcorn, Meompanicd hj lier daughter, Mr. .1. 1). Simw. of HardinsJ ff ies. Mrs. S.lve-tt- r Dow Payne, and li'tle nephew, his mother, Mrs. William Cat man, Saturday. DohjiIm Dndaon, and son. Coda Dodson of Custer, motored to at wi-- HARDiNSBURG, KY. STEPHENSPORT We Offer You Wm. Shively visited relatives in Ow ensboro last week John K. Harbee, of Toledo, O , came Thursday to vi.it his father and sisters. W. J. Schopp was in lulagllia l'"ri-da- Total Assets Ouer $850,000.00 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Mdht ds n - er H. J. S.tmple, AR isville. Mrs. I)iecl,nian and Jess Miller, of were in town Saturday. Crawford left Sunday for Lou01 Minor I tarn was the guest relatives at Holt Monday. WANTED! 75,000 GALLONS Good, New SORGHUM MOLASSES WILL PAY HIGHEST M - Kverett Stewart, of Cannelton, vi-- i - vi-il- Country Fair Irvington, Ky., CTwo days of pleasure for the Sept 28 and 29! home folks. gteatest Free Live Stock and Horticultural Show South of the Ohio River. CLliSO ribbons tied on the products of the greenest spot under the shining sun. You will meet people j theiri an aaawt-aatrtfetintt PrrwifJrwn rr.ilf 11(111 iiiu v? I v way in the cultivation of the soil, and should you capture a prize, will know i 4 C The town, Sunday. Mr-- . Cora I'rie-t- , and daughter. Miss Mvrta, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Harned, Sunday. Mrs. Clint Davis, of Harned. visited her mother, Mrs. Patsy Macy, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard visited her mother, Mrs. Tate of Constantine, last week. Key. C. Lt Pruington, tilled his regulur appointment at the C. P. church, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. R. .1. Paudy, has returned to her home in Stephensport, after being the guest of her brother, John Morcdock. Mrs. Pet Stir.B3t has a new "fliv Whit-wort- ver". gue-t- i a i I v. v. J Mrs. Mary Pollock, and children. gan. Qatar Meador, is building a J. B. Crawford was the week enti nice burn, tor which. v u. liutier guest of his sistsr, Mrs. H. S. English, at Amnions. of Harned, has the contract. Kev. Kussell Walker left Monday for Key. Judge and Mrs. Dowell, Hltes kuu, wlarre he will begin a series L. of Black, and Fvlevn, and C. meetings. Bruington attended church here Mrs. l'erry Lee and baby, of LouisSunday. ville, were the week end guests ot Mis. . Mrs. Tom Johnson, had as her la.--t s week, Mr. and Mrs. ted his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stewart, last wetk. Miss Mary McCoy, of Union Star, was trie guest Tuesday of her sister, Mrs. V. C. Cheuault. Mrs Sam B. auch.tmp, of 0.vcn-b,.rwa the guest of her cousin, Mt-Lena Payne, Tuesday and Wednesday Mis. V. J. ttebopn returned home Friday alter an extended visit with relatives in I. tuisville. Mr. anil Mr.--. A. li. Crawford and baby went to Clovtrport Fridav to i r the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A C. Alt KaughaD. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cashman, who have been visiting Mr. Cashmau's aunt, Mrs. John Ueyer, at New Albany, re turned home Thursday. Mrs. D ra Aimst ong and daughter. Miss Jei Lie, of Ootid, Intl., were the guests of Mrs, Wm Gilbert last week. Mr. and Mrs O. W. Dowell and chii dren are the guests this week of Mr Dowell's partnts, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dowell, at Union Star. Miss Malissa Cishman, of Union Star, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. B Cash-ma- n last week. John D. Babbage, of Cloverport, was in town Saturday. s RKLT PRICt! IS Contract and Information Mailed on Request Write at once as contracts are being mailed daily S. ROSENBLATT, Hawesville. Ky. I'aul Irwin, of Kiizabethtown, is vis iting his graLdmother, Mor- that you have "been at the fight." challenge the world with g babies, our healthy, C. Whilst the "savage breast" is soothed by Montsch Ka's Military CE.W e good-lookin- Visitors to The Fair Band, we will feed the inner man j with hot soup with usual trimmings. f 1 Reduced Fares on Both Railroads. Catalog for further information. May the members of the Corn, Clover and Stock Clllb cover themselves with ",lory. Gat a J. B. GIBSON, Pres. B. W. CARTER, Sec. her right eye and another on her A motoring party composed of Morneck. The machine which was gan Bros., with their families, Mrs. badly damaged, contained Miss Mary Morgan. Mrs. John McCoy, Mr. Meadow, her two nephews, L. aud Mis. L. D. Fox and sons, Mrs. M. and Charlie Lucas, and Hobson A. McCubbins, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Whitworth daughter, Miss Virgini;1, Hall, who received a wrenched anil son. and Alleu, and Miss Mahul-dJames back and bruses in the accident. .Shellm .n and V. R. Dodson went to L. Lucss was driving the UMll Farm Suutlay. motor car and the parly atai M its way to the Slate Fair grounds Cuba bad rullrouds before when it turned from Fighth into mother country, hud theui. Spain, the vValnut street and was struck in A morning fog usually breaks away front by the street car. Fvcmug before noon. Post. a Wm Gilbert. Among those who attended the Sia e Fair last week at Louisville were: Dr. Injured in Collision. anil Mrs. G E. Shively and daughter, Miss Henrietta Shively, Dr aud Mis. O Miss Annie Meador. twenty-eigh- t B. Ferguson and baby, Virginia, Miss years old of Hudson, Breck-Isridg- a Belva French, Mr. and Mrs W. H. county, was thrown from Singleton aud baby, Mrs. It. S. Kuglish, an autombile belonging to her Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sliellman aud W. nephew, Z L. Lucas, when it was J. Dieckmao. ."r, ant! Mrs. A. L. Lewis and chil strut k at 8:110 o'clock Wednesday dren, Mr. ami Mr.. M. L. Wegenast morning at Fighth and Walnut ami daughter, Miss Leota, motored to streets by a Walnut Kingswo id Sunday. st reel car. Mrs. Owa Mavsev visited her par She received a serious cut under enls Suutlay at Addison. west-boun- JJj Stand at the Bank? H NjV, lLm ( J 1 ftprtYJj liyjLw 11 That question often is asked, is it not? If a man stands well his words carry weight. He it a factor in the community. Everybody will stand well at the bank if he or she deposits surplus cash. We J 1 K Sfeii 11 2m All if ail Mm rip OH II i are opening new ac- - l IIL y 1 counts daily. Our system of loans and terest is liberal and simple. We invite a call. in- - yl M Wm m IV . The Farmers Bank, - Hardinsburg, Ky. Subscribe for The News 15he Breckenridge News. SKIT, lit, 1917 K EXPLANATION OF 3 WEDNESDAY, Km r. ,1 . at tli Post iWm 'it Clorcrport nil tleea matter. Wanted 100 Cars ! I Classified NEW TAX LAW. Made by Paul Compton. Cashier Bank of Hardinsburq & Trust " Tf Company. Hardinsburg, I 111 advertisements:' 1 In RATE Ladies' Footwear! Ic Pfr Word Each NMfMM . -- s HIS "APFR REPRESENTED TOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ' 'nil .. mm aouri termer! Irnrtiai mini it rfite miwl .1.' t j t j I 4. nsj Ky. M OENERAL OFFICES AN try $: I ED bee) hrei-kl NEW YORK AND CHICAGO HRANCHES RATES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Cider Apples L D. ADDISON. Addison. Ky. FOR POLITICAL ANNOINCF.NENTS f I. ft For Precinct and city Offices For County Offices I 6. HO $ II CO For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line If1 For Cards, per line. For All Publications in the interest of individuals or expression 10 of individual views per line Train Schedule on uiu,, '' "' l"".1! Rail itRsdisad Bsokt, ibenTenis mkj oo4i tror ritiaen - InMrMlcd most in the nsrxrs w.xstbk i t s itfd wanes rron, nMrxmient. ii P, r m mh iMird ariri whug l"wa. Heate Ho t. In the mutter of the individual. " "" ' ,rr hero hip a ntimher of chances S n'Lr:ul to llio RMeantncnl if inimty with bona ant) aenaaai CI ek (nidllloii P.iwner lii art . nth " .rulire Addrtss I ri; ....lii fill far o. - We are glad to announce we have some Mr. and Mis. Finest Oregon and son Kdward, went to Mineola Kan as, Sunday to visit Mrs. Gregnrv's brother. Mr. John Wilburn and familv. Miss The L, H. & St. L. R'y. 1917. Hi Margaret Minrett of (vens Effective June 17, KAST ROI'NI) reorl ArrlTlru Irvlnttrn Arrlv'nr Leiilsvllle No. Ml will InTS Cloveriiort Arr'vlmr ir lectini Airlvlnir I.imlsfllle Ho. 146 will leaveClover ort Arriving Irvinirton Arrlvlnir f oulsvlllc No. Mi will leave Clovi No. Ml 10:11 A A v. M. I" : Iiii .:0-- i im . m. so I'. Hi iv m. 1:. '. i A liM A. 10 57 A n-- Mi Mi No. No. 1 14 Arriving BJeeSorepn Arrlvlnir F.vansvlUe. Arriving St. Loula I will leave Cloverport Arrlvlnu (llawesvllle Arriving Iwensboro will leave Cloveruorl Arrlvlnir Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Kvansvllln Arriving St. Louts Arrlvlnu Owensboro Arriving Henderson will leave C'luverport Arrlvlnir IPI BOUND will leave Cloverport Owenslioro 7:23 A. M. No. 14T I' 1:33 I' MO I' 7:45 P S:fS H U:00 I' 11 '55 P. M :00 A. M .. 1:50 A. M M fill A. M 7:40 A. (1:30 A. M 7:4(1 A. M 11:00 ltd v A. M Local Briefs dithered for our Busy Readers. Church and Society Notes. Fred Ferry, of Louitville, whs here Tuesday. Mot luncli at the Uelmouico Restaurant on Wall sirett. Miss Mary Owen Oelte lias returned from Georgetown College. Mrs. Lucy Younger, ol Louisville, is wishing Mrs J. A. Ro.--s this week. James Skillinau, of Holt, left Sunday to attend the lv M 1., near Louisville. Miss Jane Ilambletou has returne.l to Louisville to resume her work as nurse Fred May, who is working in Louis wille, spent Sunday here witii his family. Mr. ami Mrs. Owen May have moved to the Skillmau property on railroad boro, who has been visiting her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs Price Graham, returned home Mom'.av night Mr. and Mrs. James Ti..iuf, wh have been visiting Mr. Tinius' parents. Mr and Mrs Jas Tinius, of Holt, have re turi.ed to their home in Qordoa, K Mr. an! Mrs. H.mlin BrOWO and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Miller, of OwttDsboro, curie up Sunday on their motoicicle- and speut the day with Mr. ami Mrs. Milt Gillion. Cloverport people who were in Iiuis-viii- e last week: Mrs. J. H. Rowland, Miss Ella Smith, Miss Claudia Pate, Miss Mary Hate, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Harry llamm.in, Misses Eva and Eliza May and Miss Fannie Smith. Hunt up the Delmonico Restaurant when you come to Cloverpoit. Mr. and Mrs. John Wendelkin, of Jonesboro, Ark , arrived Mouday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Wendelkin. After several days, visit they will return home accompanied by theit daughter, Miss Hortensc Wtnde kin We have the strongest an best i t of mens and bovs work shoes and an ever da line of shoes for 0 omen every brought to this market. The price- - are not as high as they :,re Reported to be Come in and see for your sell and ask the price. Ji.lian H. Br"wn. Sea Fordsvide Plar.irg Mill Co.'s eda Vcrlisemeot in this issue of their tubbLi rooliog. They have a large an il very of grad.es of go al complete reliable roofing. You can Bed a roofing that will suit you. Write them for samples anil pi ices Freight paid to your railroad station. .11 .V will sumo lines us in previous jremre aun i In pure ky. .HI mtm with the exception of the following: WANTED MISCELLEANOUS 'liases of proportv which will bareaftar pay onlv ttate Thxps: WAHrKO 'ol 10 make extva atoawy i.y First. Panrj fmplamanti and rent nir th. spafe rm.111,,11or your v.enii ,,nv n p nun i.i rn mi .kwinil nr. 1. nr f arm raacninvrj ownra chkkiinik son actually eng'aftad in fannins! iK uiul StCd in his farm OppfntioM . A! sacondi Machinery and products for palr vonm pure bred tame ann, in coarse of maoufaotun owned ny persons or Irms actually en H. Cluvrrpuft. Ky. L'lleil ill UMBUfaCtUrlnf, lUld tllP "ToTt MALE of ste-- ri uverairlim raw material actually on hand lo wZti&fi he used tor the purpotS of niiimi - Kordsvi.ie. Ky. IW (TV llllll'll WAN I Von 10 Nil your r i ill hoHtt' . ,V 1. ip j ii .) ( kinds. stunning The very things r-- 1 kobsalr nood miiea cuwi bmtIo s h"""" M' tJ"" ,y- Ky do not pay tawaon ow iromi Mi'k dim. toH SALK-fourth of their total- nninttrt ' in- I Hririi hros A int. r " HaedlaatafR, Ky. this Stale, shares of stock in a MS acre seres corporation are exempl from laxa BORi0 SALI In uihm) farm IM tililiitli'e level; ' tilnher: nr'rs wrwdi rootBdwelhaRj tion 111 the hands of the individual h,l!f,""-i"- '! lolia-'i', . h irils; line tolnti-i'and ami f ovviipi the I'orporution pavsl wheat land; shafted oa maloilaeot iiemier.son Roata. e'or prlee aid further inforina. tnxp,on at least ol its ,lon wrll(. TlH. RrackerrKUi News, clover entire property in the slate of P"". kKentucky. iTiii rn" sum ii srar'i' oiiir fyina All ut i he uhoved mentioned hi II V rtl wi. aiied and uuhulled. classes of property, therefore, an lars and prtcat on r..uest. exempt from both county and jqhn a. sheehan. Faimouih. Ky mumc pal laxalion. Thcv must lie list.ti. and the penalties for not which 1 . 1 one-touith lacturinif. Third. Money in honds, accounts mid WllClliei Mcured, plcdop or otberwisO) shares of stuck in hand, note other rreditm ttj mortaST, or unsecured, oorporstions 1,!. ,1 111 you need in footwear. Take a ipVmX look. . Koii PALR- - Font traded Pole .Mains ball lives, b. a. Hurk-- . Addtaoa, Ky TrS. foa SALROR IRAIR Threa ale ynana Mares. VVli sel on lime or troil,- for ila ry jonwaof rood sheep, .l.ll Rlyihe. Hardlns j ,,uri- Ky J. C. NOLTE (k CLOVERPORT, KY. BROJ .1 .nffrr a.. FALL GOODS! We have just received our Fall Goods and cull your attention to our nice line (if Dry Goods, lifting are very heavy, unci they: Dr. will he subject to the Slate lax o forty cents only. Nobody can how the new law will work out. hut it is DKMl H" Prrninntly Locittd In Hardinsburg importaal thai everjrboby under- Ollice in Masonic Buildinu formerl, occupied E Rovalt) b Or. stands his or he;' part in the listini of property fur taxation, i'l e theory of the law is that a large B. mount of personal property, R. which has heretofore been seque Dealer tnl ce:ed because of the confiscatory Second Hand Goods weight of State, county snd muni cial asaeaanientn, will now make IR INCHON, kY us appearance, aa much us it Business Solicited will bereafl r pay laxes only to " " the Mate. R.I. Stephenson DENTIST H Shoes, Bey's Suits and Men's Odd Pants Beautiful Line of Dress Goods. Ginghams. Cheviots. Flannels McGlothlan OUR LINE OF SHOES for men, boys sad women is right up to date on styles, and prices right I ' " 111 Farm Sold For $11,000. The Mink of Hardinsburg and Trust I'oinpauv sold the Markud Mattingly farm uoatatnig 3u0 acn a wbicb is near Hardinaburg, to Ueortre tknith or Lexinoton for Meyer Smith went to Harned Monday. Mrs. Cam Tinker and children, Will aril, HJartwtll and Randall, and mother, Mrs. Keltic Hayes, visited Mrs Susie A Id ridge, Tbanday, Homer l'ile went to Louisville, day. Tbara. Farm For Sale s' Shoes go at 25 per cent Reduction Full Line of Fruit Cans and Stone Jars All Sizes Full Line of School Supplies 3 All Low Cut In 3 5 i in grocer? department yen will And anything esj want at the rioht prices. Wo py tup prices for all country all and see us. produce, treet. Mrs. Cordrev lias gone to Cin oinnati to purchase her new line of fall millinery. Just received a nice line of Ladle-,- ' $11,000. Misses' and children's shoes at Sippcl's Shoe Store. From Muriel Morrison in France Miss Belva Jane French, of Stephens-pore- , is here the gutst of Mr. and Mrs. Had a grand trip across the Wat J. N, The old ('has. Tinius homelead, known us the Mt. JtNteph Vineyard and Orchard Farm. Ij acres 1 R. W. -- JONES. :: Glen Dean, Ky. Mrs I.ew Smith and baby visited Mrs. Doiie Drane, Friday. of Springfield, O , was here last week visiting his cousin, O. T Odewalt and Mrs. Odewalt. Mrs. J. B. Rowlanc! left Tuesday for Paducah, where she is to be the guest of her niece, Miss Dorothy Rowland Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kicketts and son. Of Illinois, will atrive Thursday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs Milt QilHoa. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Conrad and grand- Harry flamman. Oais Odewalt, daughter, Miss Catheiine Conrad weni to Leavenworth Monday to visit relatives. Cecil Smith, of Chicago, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wordcn, returned to Chicago Tuesday. Miss Curtsey McCoy passed through here enroute to Harned, Saturday. Mrs. Pal trM Tucker ami Mrs. Cova Howard and children returned from Illinois, Saturday er. Didn't oet sen sick at all and Miss Mildred Nix speut Friday night am now some where in France. with Miss Maxiue Aldridge, who is visit-- j ing her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs J. The scenery was perfectly beauti- 1) Aldridge. ful and lbs French people most Kev. and Mrs Neah Kasham and son, hospitable. Served on fee three Alva, visited relatives near I.ocust Ili.l, times a day and brought in lovely last week. fruit to eat. I.imlierth Tucker passed through here enroute to Harilinsliurg, Saturday. Miss Margaret l'ile, of Louisville, who New Well For School. has been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs John l'ile, returned home last McQuady, Ky. (Special), The week McQuady school has a new well Mrs Hannah Robinson is very ill which was dug by the patrons'. with measles Tne county will furnish a new miles from Ho t station; mile from Ohio river; I b room dwel ling; 4 room tenant house; large stock bant; t large fruit house with cellar 25&J0 ft. J I large tobacco lam; large sheepb irn; plenty stock water; fruits of all kinds; farm in good state Will sell on right kind of cultivation. of terms. Pot Priced and particulars call on or write 2 ',' 1 I w&v.''t, viswajft wv f st ftWWfl Coming to Louisville? It is battel to btl) direct from people who manufacture glasses than to order front someone who has to ordei from someone else. BettCI then lei ns make your C. A. TINIUS, Kentucky Stepheiisport, EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES Willie Patterson went to leltctifle!d last week. Miss Viola Kiper, who is teaching at Shrewsbury, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Sax tar Kiper. Abe Keek went to McCov, Friday Barney Tucker went to Harned Sat- unlay. The 613 FOURTH Ball Optical Company ROBT, J , BALL AVENUE LOUISVILLE. KY pump. There will he an ice cream supMr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and chilper next Saturday night Sept. 'li dren have gone to Louisville to make their home, where Mr. Wilson has ac- lr will tie for other improvements, cepted a position. every body inviled. McQuady School. School shoes for H iy's and Girls at Sippet's Shoe Store. syggsygg Tia ' i sag s i. Millinery Opening Otir Milliner is in the City RUBBER ROOFING! The Kind That Lasts Note the Brands we have in Stuck. Wc can Make Shipment same Da Order is Received Louisville Stock Market. Mr. and Mrs. Golan Wethington. of Tell City, came Friday to m e Mr. Wethingtou's father, who is seriously llog market Choice heavies, 111 from a fractured hip. HJi) pounds and up, 9l846j 190 lo this week taking items. . . WRITE US TODAY FOR PRICES ON 1(8 pounds, (l 0."); pigs, 66; Ughl pica, $14.40; rough-- , Sl(i.T." down. Calves (iood veals in demand an steady at fl ( l'J.ic. Sheep and La, ODD Qood fat sheep, 8 (" S.lc; best lambs Iftj -I 1 We have Hats on sale HOW. Ottf Kail Line will I he open C( 10c Monday. September Ami you are cordially invited to call and see it. You will see one of the lines in nicest and most up-to-d- ate 24 ii Pianos and Player Pianos Twenty good second-han- d pianos. Special bargains while they last. Samuels-Pitt- MOMS The farmers of this community are very busy cutting tobacco this week. Wade l'ile, of Hardinsburg, visited relatives at Mook, Wednesday and Thursday. Georgie Martin, age thirteen years, died at Rirk, Saturday, and was buried at Fair View, Sunday. Miss Suda Galloway visited Miss Muye limes, Sunday. "EIhehgency" a pood, eaaay Raaeai Reulac, sesd rateaaieel) Welgbtl :t6lbs.; ply,4S lbs. ;.l ply, U His "FOROSVILLE SPECIAL" l'liisi the MOB popnlsi Rra4s we li.imlle. I Welghl is a a"al. 'Inr il'le Kunlinn, aid will glva excellent MlVfaetioa. plv, 15 HW.I .t plv, .".5 it)- -. 3S lb.; "OHIO COUNTY" - This is a better K line, a ml will pji ai . I boat ib MHs s.r His a lona-ljl- t nuii. MfttglMI I plv, 4s lb; .; There is n belter bodied roi lag Made than "Rata Ki t. " Weight: ietyi 5 lh.; 3 ply, sji Ha TMd will btal i luafl time. "Duplex" raja, is needed both shies, ted is etaeS bsavlet ihaa ee lbs.; .1 plv, "! lbs. other routes Weight! A sigh grade roeaaejt which ssahse ben atrial an "Slate surfaced" durable root Weight! 13 M Ihl "RAIN-K0TE- " il the county. Will, tar Prices and Saniplva mi SEEJNG IS BELIEVING I. B. We eUI lerelab yoa oar igeelel tirHmi Petal at M ( per galiui', delivered Pais Lead sad Oil Moss el Music Co. Musical" KY. RICHARDSON, Garfield, Ky. Fordsville Planing Mill Compan IneurporuUiil "IDs Store Uial Matft Owtntboro 10S W. Third St OWENSBORO, Jake Wilson, Manager. houisvdle, K). I How Draft Army Will Be Called Into Service by Local Boards Commander Will Be Chosen From Bach Contingent and Will Be la Charge Until the Party Safely Arrives at Camp Wi'l Nimerl Five From Eacb ', n Dis- - 4 rrict and WE Bo HM In J Case Any Fails to Show Up I Aiie.-.inlc- i i Rp OUTLINE OF REGULATIONS FOR THE CALL TO COLORS Tin- ill army will Hi ni: l. S. I h men .if the MtM into (mining nation- - on In. mmt .1 Sept. Kor Stash I. ....il. Is tt iil .r.. I'l lodgtnal i in"I.Hiz:.il..ii points f.ir . eabtntr it of H rolnfiiAn.ling mude liv loral board of command will bo fol..irture low ..I by roun.lup of strnitKl. m by local board, which will recommend to n.ai.Mt era .ot deere,- of cul- - Htk i kim ration district nve ulternnips will lie ciillcJ miJ hi'iil until entraining llnif App. t. by army Physical ssamlfSBUesSS doctors made on arrival at camp. -- a federal goreransenl im Ma litane leg the iirst real Ion of MM I'm" t he IMK In I b national army I.. In' formed aMt lata seM' tiv f per v lea law. Tho not i'l I.. irs f the Statta lime kM untitled time eaeh state win be "ailed ii...ii In furnish i.ni' t liinl of Its uiiu on Sept. i. Baca of the i..v7 io ai districts arm ba expected i" urn' tiiini ui Mi mii. .in on hopl i. anil Hal men will lie mobilised at train Iiik Maapa between Sept. l and B, Tbe rest nf eip h aSatrict'i tii"tu arH lie mobilized Inter 111 Seiteinler. Kegiilulions governing the plans lor this (real nioWlhaitkm of 087,000 draft id men lime beta Issued by I'lesidi nl Wilson through tba edke of Brigadier Qeaeeal Knock Crowdor, tba prsreoei marshal general. Thaaa regulations 41 tct tba local mid district ! 'ii ril.- - in (treat detail boa to proceed in designating tba men to lie nil rained in Ihe of Ibc fJMta t'i Iirst .nil of Tba regalatlous prorMe tiit. eolora. Tor tlie hating of tba Men i" ba called, lor tba posting and notlflcatlisj of tlioee railed, for tbvtr ee Mbty, knitting, sale sisten. e. entmtonsenl mid trauaporta-tioto the mobilization caaspe, General t'lovvder will spectfj tfM aaaibar of men t.. ba ajotdUaed al each led Tin- - loral lioiirds are c ' limp. gatpa at I ha to ciitruiu men for tin ela times spulflod. Tka edyntaal aa of the atatea a ID .nil on tka fecal lioiirds to send selected men lo I lie ni'i- bfffaatlna caatpa. Tfco fecal Issants will tlx Iba ti;ne of geeaeabtji mid or4ai lha They drnfteii Mta t" military daty. MM) wi;i arrange for aabalatewe and lodging nod for Hie trans(ortatbia of the Men t" lhacaaapa. Thai win make MrfaagMnanta atth hotel-- , restaurant mid bilging houses in their tsetgbbor-ho- . ils faa Hi.' lodging of ili mi ll for eatrahiawat, im tin- ralea raalala a provision b) win. ii Ika men may spend their last algM in theft hollies will their families by making application t" the boarde, Posting of a man's nmne or notice lo hint by raall will serve as his orders to report fur military lluty, Should he fail to report when posted oil the list of ili. is.- embraced in the aaaetably II t he will i.e eabjeet to erreet The names of nil ghaoataaa are to he reported by the local hoards direct to Brigadier Oeaeral Bcury V. McTala, the adjutant II' general of Hie army at WaahlllgtWa the local board knows the whereaboata of the abafiittaa it must call on tba p.. - daaarten from p."- to arraal thaw the army nad la deliver fhem to lha cett rest Military station as The foUowiag is in part the text of the ngalatlmu for the aaaembMag "f MFthM of the nation. il amy the lii Marshal ileneral issued hv Prm-iw- l Tin: far-uis- ii one-thir- n i - - a- -- I Crow.l.r: Diftiicl Eostrds Prepare Lilt. F u ll district hoard shall piepan- dni ly a eertiffed llal in aadiiiillrata of garaMa railed by aaeh fecal beard aha have made appearaaea in paraua or otherwise in lb loeal or dlatrlel hoard and who have lot beea exemided or Keeh lists shall raalala iiiitii'nv on in the pataaaa aaraerl, the reason ilicy !iavehisn sehs'led for mill e and a direction to ihem to lory hakl tin in i ves in readineaa bi report ml idaea for ail I iter daty al a tin aelttod in n ootkie to tube tberen t f Hi'' fecal hoard he puated Bl tl a OM by iiie meal board having Jarhaltctloa. efVarato UsM aha II ba made in raoped of the gM nis called hy aaeh t lha aeeenl fecal kegnU ertthia the Oaa eagg ..f iba distri. t board ajmll he il In the adjutant con. Till .f ihe state, aad three eofdaa ahah ht ra to the fecal hoard hariag harhatM f tba per-- . his vvli.' o iiaines are .in, 'led on the list. .ii i i juris-dietioi- i TToti'i',r.tirn of I'j.ou rriftpi of Hie certtfM "sis ( inh hwal o ird shall, hy mail dire, I to the Matlreaa shown eg his nshv tru i"'i catd I Bled therewith, notify .erll- :i Ii BMH wh inline has Hod thai ki ha- - beea aalecled for mill mil I shall direet him to taiv "i I old himself in readiness lo report for I Hilary dl tj at a time ami phnv to he Ihereafter aiec!Sed in a ggjflcg to he jaated al 'in- itihe r the Meal ismrd '.'he 1. nl Im:. id shall at the sume time goal one of '.he lists, ho eertlDed rroiu rlio dlstrht r.urd in a pla.e aeeeaallile lo the pahffa view ami shall make one oi atalfel it t the preaa. with a r Vieat fi r jiiir.) at iun. Iiidoralug oo each vl aail IMa bni date of its poatlng t- 1. aaathag of the is; rtmtalolag his aaam aa garapfibed be re la abaM eonttkata he civ Mfl of i.o: o to each of t kg persons aaaia J oa the gat n mi poafed aad shall i liar: e lu ll of s ;. Ii pers.ms with hot be that he has heen sole lei for military aervk'a and that he has bggg ardefed to gaM himself In readiness to report for military duly at a time ami place vpeciAod in a aatdea to kg posted n nl ill the "llh e of t he lo al I'pon notlee from the irovost mar stin general to furnish at a gpectffed lime or times the net .plot a of the arrangements. state or any proportion thereof the ad- sanitary He should iersonally inspect the acjutant geaenl of the state ghan gtra furnished to Insure that timely gatlea to eaeh lis a) hoard in the oimnislatlons tbey are satisfactory nnd In complete state from wMrh any part of the state omplian. c with the nirreement made. ipiota is to lie ealled to gaatMhJg for triinsporialion to the mol.iliatlon Retreat Roll Call. amp to a bleb the parti, nlnr hsal At rot real reM call at : :io p. m. the I. ..aid Is to furnish men. members of the board should again he Boards to Assemble Men. present The roll of selected men who I'pon Ihe receipt of noti.-- from lha re to he entrained on the nest day adjutant general of Ihe stute to as- -, n should he agjtad from the list, and the i.ie a i per I fled nam bet of mlactad maa roll of alternates should he called from at a eonvenhiit point of eiitruiument the memorandum of alternates, and not later than g time spe. Hied In mi. li any absent men (not alternates, should uotii e e.i 'h lo- nl hoard hull determine he promptly sought out and a statethe hour and place of em ralnnient mi ment of their eafMejUeaey written nnd del- bmtracttoaa from the adjutant gea fat aatded with the gapara oral of the state. The Ismrd shall forth The hoard should then designate one with make from the names ng all the member of the tirty who, In the opinlists referred to in ggettoaa - ami 9 ion of the hisird, is best fitted by rea hereof, whi.-have kaea posted hy the son of exiicricnce, age, ena racier ami prescribed in aetlloti ;i iin'iii hoard to be in charge of the party hereof, a list nf names nf the esaef from that time until arrival nf mold! nnjaber of iuen required by the edjfl MxtMB camp This penea will he in taal general, to ba fhrabked as structed to be nt the ottice of the iii se. Hon i hereof. l hoard next day before the hour The !e sluill ontnln an older to (he for the rest of the party to lie selected men named therein to repon there. lo tile Meal hoard for military duty at Final Assembly. the ofBce of the boii 1. and at an hour ami date iiaajed by the bical board in Lpoa ihe arrival nt tin- efaVa of the gotb-'e- , Whkb named boar shall he board of the sotocMd gsea of lha between s nad " p. m, ami not more partj nnd the aharaales tho peraea mi than t Went J four hours ma teas thae pMee4 in t'harga will promptly at the twelve hours in advan.e of Ihe hoar ii ur specified for aaaeMbtjr nnd gafkr of enlrnlntueM on the dale ope feed tho itaperrWioa of the board caaea the by the adJJtifanl geiiaral of the state for aeeeatbied gsea to form In line mid will nil the roll flOM the list mid the nicm .ni rain men t, The local laatnl -- hall at the same uramluia of nlti mates, laoshsg eaeii lime, hi mail d reeled t" the detailed BJga to gUSWff Here'' us Ills mime adtlregtej of the men ao ornerea to fc (atled mill io take one Mep forward. poll lo Ihe local hoard lor military Thereafter ih- nsen win lie reiialreil duty, notify i man whose name is io rensaln in one groag rxrepi us it contained In ihe Itala 1 posted that be inii.v i.e aereeaar) to hreak up the is ordered to report to tin- hmd board groap for Iransportatioa, assi no num lor mil iary duty al the lime and place all ba allowed to lease the group apectted in HawhsshM. mi pnateA from v. iiboal 1 Im I... ni board iii vaattov the men Ibc time BpecMfed for reportbig t" the kieal hoard for Military dafj aaeh man thai the Hereon deelKuatesI is in rasjs in reapeel oi a bom notice t" rrjairi in.. ml of iht party, Ihal ii Is their Milihas beau pouted or mailed shall be bl tary dnt.v io oIm-.his offhjra and the Military nan tea ike fulled aad thai disohedienee of Pro tea. is the most serloua of nil mllitarj ihe Meal lioard will then Sub.itence and Lodoing. .1 iiie party to see that not blag In ample lime prior to Ike date gpoO liiit band baggage is earrMtfl, bi. h sell" led nu n are "i deled by the Tlie person dealgaated will then, aa- .B ui hoard to report for mllitarj duty if tlie lioard. desthe local board should make arrange di r tin snpervlal Igaate a aecond in ou.nnind. to take in. nis with hotels, nataarauli or beggbarge of the imrty during any aacea- ing houses in the vieiuilv of tile ogSCa i biatsetf, and will eon- aba f the heard for the mimaaiodatlen al Mtry tinparty to the railroad station. tho nam bet of selected men who are t.. At iiie railroad statsoe the board will a; board la: nniler the orders of the present a I ransportattan reojaeal to the dariug the i ei i"d precedlug lha Imur ueceeeary if eafralameal and who have not n tk'het ageni andsi (1obtain the tbe naM-he- r tlekets for eived permiaa'Ml from the baal board niiailier oi rutin of men who will aetaally eoanpoee lo spend lien lime al home. Meal an I Fifteen minutes before ihe party, lodabiN tickets a III Im furubdied local train tin .' the roll will again he ealled bonnla for this purpose, and the If anv men ate from tin- Hal sal should im iude an agree sbaenl their senses win ba caaeeled on the part of aaeh hotels, res and reports ia. Hants i, i lodging bouses to accept, Iroi.i tin list, then earda ni exawbsattan win he re of . hi payuteal for salad iteiwa ami and remeal lieUets rtlh'ligiablll in ash moved from tlie groap of aids ports, am' tlie names of a sntBclenl r a tUatrilmtlag uttcet oi al the oM nun, I..I oi aHeruatea to til the iMsV ne war depart awnt. :e " J will he written, and their eanN in amide I line to allow for ibehreara ml ami mcurate prcMi ration before the ..ml repori of uhyaleal eaaMhaarloii in i.e Mserted, date speeliled by Ihe ailjiilant veuerill ,.r eutralnuieul each Meal board sbaM Duties of Commanders. prepare the poiers thai must be seal the person al of Ihe Upon ai" I., the aaddlignlMh iasai in eharga at the party The baa I board will, exectd on the deeignaled as will super "iaa 'in' entraM inenl. if neeMs) Inatallmeul ol ihe nmrta, persmt-altparty into two notify at lea at Bra efker selected eeaary iltrMrbuj the charge of bi assail to report to the h al board at Ihe groupe, one under agsbUUlBt. in.ii hour and on Hie ihiv pcllied. The- - and one under his lie will hlnaSSlf Keep in his personal uldlllnual men are Intended to serve and Meal tickalternates in eaae any of the men psvewaaMa ihe ralleoad win aeeoaapeay u oil tied tail to report as directed ami ets of Ihe patty, lie thrassgh lha train, identi in order that the bsal hoard may not the eaashsetav fy the men of his pariy and faraleh i, oi of falling to be phi' ed in the ... cn Iralu the exact number nf Meg .all the ueeeeeary lleketa, lie will likewise arraageaaaata at ed far srltli the promidtMMa ami pea- - make the necceagrji eatlrg p ia.es. identify 'lie aseaahars oi Ion Ihal should charactering all matpurveyor of ers retatlag to tin- formation of the his party and furnisli Ihe meals with meal tiekets for meals ne armsea of the I'astad Htatea laaHj fn rata had Assembly of Men. lie win make freqaeal MeuaetMsM of At the lime and phi .' speeilled o.i (he ears and will lake every praeaatfcMI he gats l..r tin- selected men lo report io see thai no Ihpior is furnished lo tb'l on- udUtary duty the local baaed srM men of his part) and that none ol his hself he present and ahwihl le intend party is lefl at stops akasg ihe road. by a number of reliable Msetstanta Account of Quotas at Camps, uliiileut to peri oi in the duties her. in each laabUhHthM eaasp faava win pre- -, 'rilled liter Bach should Im proTtried i.e kepi an ueeouut of qaofag with eaeh Meal hoard whleh faraMbea selected i'ii a meiauraudan sbowbtg uaa hi ui; house and Ihe pre 1st) niWrihM ol men to that narldrtiatlna .amp, show-liu- ; the hghMS1g ef the net quotu due lit ueu to t.e accommodated tliere, As 'h men re pert the) will Im cheeked the end of gach third of eali mouth. ,1 the of those i rdered lo reporl Separute sheets w ill he kept for cueu stale from wlileli men are sent to the ind the hour al gfhlch eaeh man report tsobutaetkai eatnu. Oaiy meu aetaaMy ad will be n ted thereon. Alternates wil: ripnrttag and tioaiiy arreptad as physi IMa he checked off on he niemnrun allv ipudlllml lor milltury serviee will ti it'll tlagg to report and the hour at lie entered on the ueeouut us eredlled eget man reports. Tbe Aa soon as the uuuiber of meu to be to tbe quotu of anv loeul hoard. siilriee In tbe direet columns will be Mfhjgfl In any one house have reported na. under tbe date on whit-l- tbe list he assistant who baa tbe uieuiorau duiu for that house shall note a mem was certified hack to tbe local board oraudiiiu of the minu s of tbe men ae tnd from tbe totals reported on tbe liKiied to that house ami shall leave a bit to tbe local hisird as accepted. I i . -d hs-a- l sKS'l-flt.s. . li- -t i ' a M-svv . I ik-I i loilcr-iii:. i vv , -iI . ' Kit her Ihe malltttg uf no I e or the ropy or the memorandum with the l board. He shall came the men whoso nnroes beg .. not) to for.. i a line, and the bv mi beard shall Mateejei tin m by eedat .f the pro i est Manhgl geaeral! . That tiny in i: np.'it in at .1 .'in p. m. to the Mggl board for retreat roll call. Hall Glen Thai they are to report ill I. SOIfltlOV fiMiittli nTson lo the Meal board at a spcclllod ulan Dean, Ky hour on the day of entrnliini.'iit. which Glen Dan, a y. Poland hour Shall be Hod by the baa hoard Polled Durham Cattle. lea l forty live minutes before train St China Hogs. Short Horn Polled Durham a d Shorthorn lltne, plus a BUflVleai time to reach Hi" Cattle. Hampshire Sheep I station from the eJMt of the niiln a. Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs Meal board, Have von KM Ribhons at State Pain Third. That they are now In the Past In Years mllltar) serviee of the l'nitisl Slates and failure to j and that report are prnve nillitiiry offenses in t line or wa r, V l ourth. That after they have been e. i own Dca'er in and Hieeder of isis. Ptirititu to the ggglgMd MfhjhaJ onduetid house they are at liberty until Hi" hour 1 Hardinsburg, Ky., Route Polled Shorthorn and Durham Cattle. Poof retreat roll call at 5 : p. in., when land China Hogs and Plymouth all must he present at the office of the Poland China Hogs a Specialty Mggl hoard. Rock Chickens The assistant shall then iiersonally Polled Ourkan Cattle assigneonduct the ttroup of men to the Hardinsburg. Ky., Route 1 si MfsjgMg house and retnaln with them until each of them la assliftusl a bed and Is Informed about meal hours and -I Kit-1I g Directory of Cattle and Hog Breeders of Breckinridge County Planters Stock Farm' Valley Stock Farm L THE HOWARD 1. FARMS Prss. M. HOWARD S SON. Dealer Shorthorn Cattle Duroc hogs Hampshire Sheep Leaf Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. unpi'.m-tualil.- alley Home Stock Farm Thos. O'Donoghue Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Delrt In Ky. Live Stock and Tobacco ORCHARD HOME FARM Proprietor G. P. MAVSEY, BREEDER OP This Space For Sale This Space For Sale 2. Registered Ouroc Jersey Hogs. Hardinsburg. by.. Route This Space For Sale This Space For Sale This Space For Sale POULTRY AND EGGS ggV taucc than the lurne body louse, chiefly hecuuse it stays on the leathers the greater part of the time and probably feeds exclusively on the barbs of tbe feathers nnd on scales along tbe shaft. It Is not known to occur on young chickens. The wine louse, which Is closely related to the head louse, Is dark gray and has an elongated body It is more slender, however, and rather darker In color Three other species are found more or less commonly on chickens These me llulT louse, the large hen louse and the brown chicken louse. Among the four species found on tur- keys la the .nuimoii body louse of chickens. The shaft louse of chickens ulso M feats turkeys, hut probably does not bleed on that host. The other two , species seem to be native to the probably existing on this fowl in the wild stage. The large turkey louse probably is most abaaaiaat, it occurs on the feathers on various parts of the body, especially on the neck nnd breast. The slender turkey louse is u species of good size, though rather elongated, nnd resembles In shape the head louse of .Normally neither of thaaa chickens species is excessively abundant, but an crippled or unthrifty turkeys they may cause serious aniioytiuce, and undonbtedly they erg injurious to poults, While considerable numbers of lice arg found on domestic geese nnd ducks. they seldom become sulliciently numer- UOg to cause noticeable lujury. Dusting tlie fowls with sodium tluorid wil! rid them of all lice. tur-hay- Visitors to the INSECT POULTRY PESTS. rtcmedy For the Numerous Species f Lice That Infest Fowls. i if the numerous sieeles of Iii e in tile United States seven are lonimoi'ly found on eMehena, four or live on two or three each on copse gM Hacks, three oa turkeys ami eererel Beck on glib ICS fowl mid peafowl. IcVg have a tlnlleneil form and are titti-i- l with spines and peculiarly nwditVd legs, which assist i beat in aaovlBg ah, .lit thro mh Ihe feathers, t'ert.lin rente hi on the larfar hs whi'-ileathers ha e a very narrow elongated I'.. mi. which enables them to Bud i ro. he tectloa in tlie groorea between d barba of the feathers. I. i. e are not for sacking Mood. The, feed "ii i Country Fair ' Are requested to call at our place of business and see our line ot Groceries, Hardware and Paints, and make our place your home for the day. We want to see you and shake your hand. MR. SUTER, i Manager, 'IPS.' snfitfEfl L -The Orptagtoa breed is of BagHak erigta and Is rlesaad as a aasssrai The hens are good pill POOS M'vvl layers o, large cum and aa tunie l.ii.ls tbe) rank with the Anierleau The fowl skews is u siugiu Coeib Buff Orplagtea male f Swat the Rooster. in the presence of tbe gtalea w ill lay more eggs, will be in heller plumage, moult better, be bet ter con fell I and lay eggs that will M finitely keep better. In fact, Ihe latter is the gieal rvaaou for this campaign against the rooster, for without him eggs will I"' sterile or infertile. Now. infertile Of sterile eggs stand heat nun h better-I- n fact, under the Influ ence of any loniiieratnre, henhouses, depot ilat form. Height car en route or earner grocery Above M degrees. If Ihe egg is i fertile egg, the germ Is gulekenail ra life started. Later th,'. dies, and there is a apoUad egg Ileus with, McGlothlan &Son Irvinglon, : Ky. L. C. TAUL lnsurar.ee Office Cioverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health portions ol the lent hers or oil Iiie scales in the skM, hut tlielr presence In any coiisi.leral.le numbers Is responsible lor serious Injury. The aavea atfeeaad siieeies of ii"e found on hens are spoken of us body lice, head lice and feutber Ike, ueeord-Mto the pluces In which they usually are found, hut since the diflereut spe-- r ies blterniMgle to n considerable extent it is not possible to separate l hem absolutely on this basis. 1'sually three r more spe. ies are to be found on one g j Milton on Books. Books are not absolutely dead things, but do contain u progeny of life in them to be us u. the us that soul whose progeny they are; niiy, they do pre-- ' serve us in a vial the purest etlicaey and extraction of that living Intellect that bred them l or books ure us meats and viands ure; some of good, some of evil sus-tenuuee. A good beak is Ihe precious llfchlood of a master spirit embalmed uud treas-- ' Had up on purpose to a life beyond . lire.-Millou. Insurance. Old Reliable Companies fowl. essS; V Henry Trent .t li- -t I i Tlie head louse is undoubtedly the most injurious species to youiiK chickens. It is a (lark gray spe.'ies, nearly one tenth of an huh in length. The body louse is found uii the skin of the fowl rather than on the leathers. It is rather large, straw yellow in color with some dark spots, due to food within tlie digestive tract. It Is probably tbe most injurious species on Ki'own ehi. kens, but It also infests Tho shuft louse Is the yoiuid fowls species spoken of by most writers as "small body louse." u nuuic which does not lit the habits of the species. it occurs afcaig the shaft of the feathers uud does not remain on the body of tbe host for any lenKtb of time. it resembles tbe large body louse somewhat, but ia amuller, rather lighter yellow in color and somewhat leee aplny. Although Ibis sjiecles is probably tbe most common found on chickens. It is considered of leas tmjxir Nor-mull- y Same Old Suits. "Where have you been until (bis hour''' suld Mrs. l.uwyer Towlt to her late returning hubby. "I've been looking utter some suits." alibied Towit. old diu "Yes, I know those suils-t- he monds, hearts, spades uud clubs. Well, this Is the lust ii, gin I'll let you out." liufl'ulo Kxprens. Right Baok at Hei. "Does your husband allow you to I). W. efilefedJl Trent egfgjgj as w. ens naramsDurg Livery oa, P.:i. Dsis K a Livery, Feed and Sale Stable Hardinsburg, Ah: Ky. f hare things charged at the stores?" x Y" "Oh, I think he would, but" "But tbe stores wouldn't, ia that what you were going to add?" ATTORNEY "Oh, no. 1 was going to say that bo Get my Rates for Collecting Notes and gives me plenty of money with which Mortgages by Suit io tbe Circuit Conrt. to pay cash. Does yours';" Buffalo Kxureaa. Cioverport, Kcataclry V. G. BABBAGE Of the Breckinridge County cal Court. Fis- Called Term, Thursday. June 18. diate action that this Bridge will be constructed at the earliest date possible as the piescnt bridge has been condem ned for a peiiod of seversl months and is unsafe for any kind of travel, and is caustrg a great inconvenience to the travel; and they will make report as to their action In this matter at the next called term of this Court. carried, it Coffins On motion duly made, Is ordered called term of the llrsckinridga bounty Fifcl Court called and held In ;ind for Breckinridge County, at the Court liotus In Hirdinihurg, Kentucky, on Thursday June the th 1)I7 tbject of meetinc to receive bids for building a pike Irom Hardimburg to Harned, and for anyother mattersthat may come before (he Court for its consideration. Present: Hou. I). D. Dowell, presid ing,lode of the Kreckiaridge County Court and the following named Just lce of the Peace, Esquire C. E. Kobblna, J. J. Kcenan, I) C Heron, Abe llcnnett and VV W Uaxter, being all of the Justices of IV. ice In com mission except K?ulre, S. I). Co.x, of the Third Magisterial District. At R I to-w- it; that seconded and Compton Bros, be and they are hereby allowed the sum of $18, 00 for three Pauper In Re Hardinsburg and Garfield Pike. On motion duly mails, seconded and carried, it is ordsred and directed that the County Judge appoint a Committee of three citizens along the proposed route of said Pike together with one member of the Fiscal Lourt to act n an advisory capacity to furnish this Court with all the Information available as to the best ways and means in se curing crushed stone for said Pike, also in regard to freight rates, and the Committee will serve without compensation aud make report at the next term of It He Hardinsburg and (iarfield Pike. The plans, profiles and specifications for the Hardinsburg and Garfield Pike having been submitted to and inspected by the Court for the sec ion from Hardinsburg to Harned by the Civil Engineer, M. H. Nelson, on motion duly made, seconded and carried it is ordered that the same be, and they are hereby accepted and approved, except that part referring to the concrete work, as to that part it Is the sense of the court that proper size culverts with concrete head walls will be sufficient to serve all purposes. Bids having been advertised for, for the construction of the Hardinsburg and Harned Pike from Hardinsburg to Harned, this day came Smith and reh n and submitted their bid for the construction of said Pike conforming to the plans and specification of said Pike, the Court then went into excu-tiv- e session and after being advised by Sherley Cunnlff, Division Engineer of the State Road Department, and after a thorough discussion of the same and the Court being advised. On motion duly made, seconded and carried it is ordered that said bid be rejected. On motion duly made, seconded and carried, it is ordered that the Clerk of this Court advertise for bids for the construction of the Hardinsburg and , Garfield Pike from Hardinsburg to and to request bidders to submit bids for that section from Hardinsburg to Garfield, and also that section from Harned to Garfiold separately as well as for the entire distance, said bids to be sealed and in the hands of the Judge of the Breckinridge County Court not later than noon, July 12th, IDI7, and said Clerk will advertise as required by law, in not less than two issues of a paper published in Breckinridge County bidders will be required to accompany their bids with a certified check payable to the Sheriff of Breckinridge County in a sum of Five Hundred ( 500 00) Dollars, as a guarantee of good faith and to be prepared to execute a good and sufficient bond to be approved by the Court in the event said contract is awarded to him, and it is further ordered that this Court is called to convene for the purpose of receiving said bids and any other business that may properly come before it on the :2th day f July, 1917. This Court re Gar-neld- this Court Bridge. It appsaring that ths proposition for buildings B'idge atClifton Millsacross Sinking Creek has been duly advertised in two issues of a newspaper publish, d in Breckinridge County as required by law and heretofore ordered by this court, said bid. to be based on plans sou speciucaiiun uerctuiure jurnisijcu by the State Ro.d Department, and uius oring i iIiidu lor, d no uir ,. ot. Louis Bridge Company, and submitted its proposal to construct said bridge eccoruing 10 mate pians ai ine price lii Re C, if ton Mills 1 () said l'ikr, whirh in part is ns follows: Item For tearing down, removing and rebuilding fences, as specified, in eluding additional materials, and all other ineidentnl work, the sum of lOe per lin rod Item 'i. Pot removal of trees and stumps along an old established road, as specified, ine tiding all other incidental work, the sum of $t 00 each. Item 3. For clearing and grubbing on relocations, as specified, including all other incidental work, the sum of $,"0 Oo per acre p'or earth excavation as speciItem J fied, including C earing grubbing and all other Incidental work not irieludeil ill item I, and 3. lie sum ol 23c per cubic yard. Item 5 For solid rock excavation, in grading gutters, culverts, side drains or .,,,, ordered including all other Incidental work the sum of fl OS per cubic yard. Item 6. For crowning and shaping, as specified, including all other incident- ill work, the sum of $l,s( 00 per mile. Item 7 For all Stone shipped by rail, in place, rolled, including demur rage charges and all incidental work (except the cost of stone) the sum of 72c per ton ot 2,0'ki pounds Item 8. For all Stone shipped by rail, in place rolled, including demur-ag- e charges and all ineendental work (except the cost of stone) the sum of 9OC per cubic pard (loose). For force account work they also submitte(, t,,e foowil( p, Item I. For foreman tier dav of ten o( -- Jo0 p da. hours Item i For men and necessary tools per hours the sum of $2 25 I Sweepstakes I si display of farm products, 10 First State Bank 100 Second best, First State Ba-- k 5 161 Best display con., Tom Lyd day, farmer and feeder 3 168 Second best, Tom Lyddan I 161. Hist display garde.i truck, C C. Smith confectionery 3 Hit Best di'play can goods. L. II & St. L Ky Co 6 N) Second best. L. H St L Ky 106 Hest diary dlspiav Vermont I "19 00 00 oO Louisville, Henderson & St, Louis Ry, Co, 00 oO DAILY TO ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE p. m. i 1 0o 00 8:35 a. m.. 9:48 8:35 a. m.. 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. Farm Machinery Co Mtg of I! Cream Sipa'ators tHi I Havis Swing Churn 'J I67 Sccuid best, Irvnigton Hard ware and Imilimem Co (Va cuum Carpet I' eaner) 50 I6H Hist iv of can goods (s x variene-- ) irl under vis oid diss Or M Hi ndi ick teach er in I'tHkgtsja Scboo ...1 00 160 I si display jelly Ed F Al. x S ( I PULLMAN SLEEPERS L., H. & ST. L. RY. High-Uas- on STATION PULLMAN SLEEPERS I s Coaches LEAVE UNION Observation Parlor Cars TENTH AND ih TRAINS BROADWAY 0o 170 Second best Kd F Aiex mdei . .'! 00 171 Best pair sheep any breed . I I) ander merchant I City Ticket Office: Fourth and Main 172 173 Ashcraft hardware and mach inery I Oldest peison winning prize S C Dowell farmer Both Phones R. F. PENN, T. P. A. 1134 E. M. WOMACK, G. 50 oO H. L. SWEENEY. C. ,,,, m .,,,, M , uests Sherley Conniff, Division Eugi-leeDepartment of Hoads, if possib.t to have an inspector present on July :2th, 1017, so that in the event that all bids submitted are r, jcted and that said work is done by force account, that the Court may advise with said inspector as to the best means of doing said work. Ordered by the Court that the follow ng Justices ot i'esce be allowed their per diem. Esquire C Kobbins f.l 00, J. J. Keenan $.'1.00, D. C. Heron is 0o, Abe Bennett f.i.oo and W W. Baxter fXoO. On motion duly made, seconded and I carried Court adjournau. D D. Dowell. J. B C. Called Term Thursday, July 12. At a called term of the Breckinridge County Fiscal Court, called and held in and for Breckinridge County, in the Court-hous- e in Hardinsburg, Ky. , on Thursday July ths wth, IOI7. Object of the meeting to receive bids for the building of Clifton Mills Bridge across Sinking Creek, and bids for the build-- : og of a Pike from Hardinsburg to and for any other business that may come before the Com t for its conGar-Mel- sideration. Present: Hon. D. D. Dowell. presid-in- g Judge of the Breckinridge Cour.tv Court, and the following named Justices of the Peace, to wn; Ksquire C. E. ltobbir.s, J J. Kaenati, S D. Cox, D. W. C. Heron, Abe Heunctt and V Baxter, beiug all of the Justices of the Place in commission la Breckinr dge Couaty, Ky In Ke Tar Spring Bridge On motion duly made, seconded and carried it is ordered and directed that I). D. DowellCounty Judge, aud Ksquire J. J. Keenan be and they are hereby appointed a Com mitee to make Investigation, estimates etc., tor the Bridge vei TarCreek between Cloverpurt and Tar Springs, and thsy will take imme of $6800.00; on motion duly made, seconded and carried, said bidswat rejected, and there upon said E St. Louis Bridge Company, submitted plans and specifications as prepared by itself for ths construction of said bridge, and its proposal to construct samecomplsts Including all substructures and superstruc-tursfor ths sum of $4790 Oo and the Court being advised. On motion of Esq. D C. Heron, seconded by Esq. C. E. Hobins, it is ordered that said coo tract be awarded to the p; st Louts Bridge Company for the said amount of $4790 00 and the County Judge is order-- 1 ed to enter into a contract with said Bridge Company to execute a good and suffient bond for an amount equal to the contract price, same to be approved by yea and nay the said County Judge; vote being taken resulted as follows, viz; p.squires, C. F. Robbms ea; J . J Keen-T ,. ea; I) C. Heron an Yea; S. D. Cox ... Bax. Yea; Abe Bennett ea and Said contract is ter Yea in words fnllnuL-unit ficrnrfs to v, o CONTRACT THIS AGREEMF:NT. made the 12th day of July, 1917 by and between the Kast St. Ixrnis Bridge Company of Kast St Louis, St Clair County, III nois, party of the first part, and the F'iscal Court of Breckinridge County, State of Kentucky, parties of the second part WITNESSETH. That the party of the first part, forthe consideration hereinafter mei.tioned, agree to furnish all mat. rial and build and costruct for said parties of the second part, the sub and super- structure for the bridge at Clifton Mills and have the same completed on or before the loth day of November 101 7 Said Bridge to be completed in accordance witli the plans and specifications tiled herewith which are hereby made a In consideration part of this contract of the foregoing, materials to be furnish- ed and work executed by) said party of the first part. Said party of the second part hereby agrees to pay to said party of the first part the sum of Four Thousand Seven hundred and ninety Dollars 4790 oO in the following ma" ner, to wit: County warrant payable out of levy of I917 And for the perform ance of all and every article and agree above mentioned. The parties here to do hereby bind themselves each to the other firmly by these presents. It is further agreed by and between the parties hereto, that should the weather or conditions be such as to preclude the completion of the said work within the time above specified, or should the same be delayed by failure of the railroads to transport any portion of the same within such time, or from strikes or auy other cause beyond the control of the said party of the first part, then the time for the fulfillment of this contract shall be extended for a period of not less than that caused by such de lay In witness whereof, the said parties of the first and second parts have hereunto affixed their hands and seals. Signtd this 12 day of July A D 1917, Baflt S.. I.ouis Bridge Coiiipanv By Geo. I. Hammond Agent l 1). Dowell County Judge II f.C, s , 1 YA . mi-n- Item 3 For team and driver with necessary tools, per day of (10) hours the sum ol fA 00 per day farm 3 00 Item 4. For Traction Engine, or Roller and Mounted Grader, including 17!) Second best O D Kichardson. .2 00 Fmgineer, man on grader, fuel and ISO All ribbons giver, by Miss Margaret Cor n Ssc of Irvington water, the sum of f6 00 per day. Chapter of Red Cross The Court being advised on motion I). C Heron, seconded by Esq. of V. V liaxter, it is ordered that said bid Marshal's Sale For Taxes. be accepted and Hon. I). D Dowell By virtue of taxes due the town of Judge of the Breckinridge County Court Kv-for the yars I9I4 it is ordered and directed to enter into Irvington, amounting to the sum of fl 2(1, I will on a contract with said Smith & Crabau for bethe oiisu kuw ui sal, ri.ki- miumiiik; the 29th dav of September, IOI7, tween the hours of ten o'clock a. m r r. 2 p. m., in front of the City terms as above set out and lie will make and o'clock their said proposal together with the Hall in Irvington, Breckenridge ccunty. plans, specifications and profiles, Ky., expose to public auction to the 11......,......,, highest bidder, for cash in hand, the oniM..A.l 1... ,1... C, r' following property (or so much thereof ' . may be necessary to satisfy the said Contractors a good and suthcient as bond, as required by law, for an amount amount of taxes due aforesaid and cost-- ) to wit: Lots Nor. and 2, block equal to the amount of said contract work and the ea and nay vol being or 7, in Moorman & Herndon addition to ,, - I , . town of Irvington, Breckenridge counf. ili.rwil r. 111 t. .1 ' ty, Ky., listed in name of Julia Norris. V. Robbins, Yea; lisq J Keenan, Thos. Atkisson, Marshal. Yea; Esq. S. D Cox, Yea; Esq. I) C. IT F.-, v 1 . Youngest child winning a prize (baby show excluded) S C Dowell 75 1;4 Best display of pigeons C Dowsll 50 171 Bast agricultural Moat in parade Irvington Hardware and Implement Co 6 00 176 Most comical turnout in parade Irvington Hardware and Im plement Co 4 00 I7; Two cutest kiddies in parade Mrs S P Parks I 00 organ zotion in 178 Best drilled parade G D Kichardson seed P. A. P. A. I LOUISVILLE, KY. THE FOLKS AT HOME Want your photograph, in uniform, to he sure, hut they may need reminding that you want photographs of them as well. If you will do the reminding we will make the photographs that will please you. BRABANDT'S STUDIO NEWS OFFICE BUILDING CLOVER PORT. KY ... I .". . 1 1 , Heron, Yea; F)sq. Abe Bennett, Yea; Esq W. W. Baxter Yea. On motion duly made, seconded ami carried, it is ordered and directed that S. C. Dowell be and he is hereby allowed the sum of $50 00 and Mrs M. D Bew-le- y be and she is hereby allowed the sum of 75 00 as damages for land taken in opening a road over the lands of said Dowell and Iiewley as described in Deed from them to Brec iuridge county, to be paid as follows: $50 00 out of the General ICxpense Fund, and 5.00 out of the Road Fund of the Fourth Magisteria' District. On Motion duly made, seconded and carried, it is ordered that the following Jyslie s of the Peace be, and they are hereby allowed their per diem C. F;. Robbins Esq. day $:t 00 " J J Keenan day ,t 00 S. D. Cox day a 0,1 I) C. Heron day 300 " I day Abe Bennett 3 00 W W. Baxter I day a 00 On motion duly made, seconded and carried court adjourned D. 1) Dowell, B. C. 1 1 1 .1 Careful Buyers Read Business Man's Message newspaper is the merchant's personal message to the readers. He tells them what hargains he has to offer. He keeps them informed as to the arrival of new goods. He shows them the way to obtain quality at a saving in price. Careful, economical huyers watch the advertisements in The Breckenridge News and save money on their purchases. Are you one of them? Or do you buy haphazardly, merely to accommodate some one else to help some one profit hy your thoughtlessness? in this or Sour Milk. c.Vt Throw '."ut Clean pklinm'lli W n valuable food. cWMatahkJ all the nourishing elements of whole milk except the fat or cream. It is tmcful in cooking cereals, soups, sauces, cocoa, etc, and la a palatable, nourishing beverage. Sour milk and buttermilk can be used with soda In making hot breads, .ir sour milk can easily be turned Into ottage i heesp or elabber. Sourcrenm Is a good shortening for cakes and cookies and is useful for salad dressings and CTitvies for meat - Boston Globe. .. Sl-i-- The printed announcement Ch"apest accident insurance Dr. For burns, Eclectic Oil. All scalds, cuts and emergencies. druggists se it 30c and 60c. Thomas' iI Look Over the Advertisements in This Issue Poii'.ive'y Brutal. Orucp JiimI hfi In." nint'li u;r lit tie trlliu loves jriMI She inaile this like lor ,vni all b heiself. Ailhur- Vos, in., darling, Ami now If you win eut It all by jrottfartf shall' posses indisputable proof of your devotion. -Pittsburgh Press I and see what Bargains are Offered. HUGHES' CHILL TONIC (PALATABLE1 BETTER THAN CALOMEL OK (JUIMNE As well as a Remedy for Chills ami l''evers. Malarial PRIZE LIST Continued from page 144 145 I4U Don't forget that the man u ho can. but doesn't, must give place to the man who can't, but tries Cnmtelhiiro. Excellent General Tonic Itilious l'evers. Just wliat WSJ Try II. (Contains no Arseiit) THE OLD RELIABLE l'evers. Swamp Fevers and need at this season. THE PET PARLOR PYTHON Mild Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic Don't Taks Any Subslltuls. At Second best. Dr. S. P. Parks..' 00 Druggists. 50c and $1.00 Bottlti ovsrona and uoder three Dr. L B. Moremen 3 00 Second best, Dr. Moremei....3 00 I47. Best dressed doll, child under yrs (hand work) Mrs Hallis Drane, milliner 00 I8 Best doll display, child under vrs (hand work) Mrs. G 1 robinson'pettetcompany hit'orporttti-i- LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY Notice. i N. 140. ISO Lyddan Second best, Mrs. 1 00 SO G Lyddau. Best dressed doll (all sewing done by band) child 12 years old or younger.... 00 l.'u Most neatly made apron all sewiug done by hand by ihild years or younger M 15.' Best loaf of bread baked by lu Re Construction of I'ike from chi d IJ years or ouner (Nos. Hardinsburg to Garfield vi. Harned 9, Ijfl and lot to be displayAdvertisement having heretofore been ed In donors tooth open to published ill two issues of a news paper State), Mrs. R B. McGlothlan publ.shed in tins Couutv, as required bv special agent of Halted Stases law, and pursuant to Order of Court Life Insurance Co., Irvington.l .'0 heretofore entered calling for bids or I.S t, Host lof bread baaed by gi( proHsals to construct said Turnpike ac under lj yis. B V. Cartel.... 15 cording to plans, specifications and pro 154 Second best. U. W. Carter 35 tiles prepared and approved by the Slate ISj Best cake baked by girl under Road lsrpartiiient asking that said bids 15 years B. W. Cuter 75 be submitted on or. before 110011 of this 150 Second best B W Carter 3j date and said bids beiug called for. 157. Best display of pickles, G N. Came D H Smith aud Mike Craluu Lyddan 1 3fl and submitted their proposal to construct 158. Second best, G. N. Lyddan.... L Notifit is IxMvby jriven llial lii'i i y Norton, i't, ill. will on tlie Sili Rheum, next County t'ouit dav (Monday i ("'ptetuber i4th, l'.'lT) lilt- - pttl lMiiiitit s ami oUMr UtnoM of l&hlug uuj numtiiic hkht (o open a rud bechiiiina nt lion uul sculii d ine a si v rfsOlrfla (lin Brandeaburii rand Dear John t avtva yon vimrumiiL-- mv 1 do It tick. rn I UluUtt ItAUsZ Hook's residence tnd adiai nt raM u OlNTMr hNT It! t4i 1. i li ri' mTtl'ttnii. yiU""il tiy cm nt forma it the Uarfleld aud Freedom church I re t hitutt IU Ii...,.bi. ih in o ttr. J if ill., longer. PenJ $l for bo Ouii't iuffiT si; roail MM JMBM limner's place pOM at hi, DioUi y iMti a ' Lsiwrvnct) driuu, i nr of Tb mile distance of niiout i K11 4C4 We .1 of l' t etdotu church I). Dowell. County Jn4g CO. 'as M 1:IS3 CURE Lczcmd v. 1. .1 ' Guarantee to s Money Back toe-four- th l. URAUSZ We have here Klue Kxumple of the d.nil.le iUm Cant is Ktffjf roifil He Iiiim iiIiiio.n1 iet l'urlor I'ython. ll his aid power of a lis. -tilled solved the Kourd, Lodging and AmuseCarlyle ment prohlein. Klve or Six NljjhtH u week he Comes and IIuiikm around the l'urlor until Her Father auks hltu what Fur any itcfiinass of ths skiu, for skin his Intentions are. Then the l'urlor rashes, chap, pimples, stc, try Ooan's I'ython hunts him a Nttw Cm lor. Ointment. 60c at all drug storss. 11 11 , , tf DUO We Want Rags Subscribe for The News Committees of the Ked Cross campaign and Military Relief met with Miss Kva Cmiigan Friday i.fternoOD. Mr. ard Mrs. John Dowel!, of Big Minn Johnnie Moorman, of Aurora, In , III visiting her sister, Mrs. R. A. Spiing, ate guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Cook. Cnder. Mrs. 8 P. I'arks and I. M. Herndop, Miss Mabel Wroe lelt Thursday for M irtlo, Tenu., where she will enter Jr. .spent the weekend in Brandenburg. IRVINGTON BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN. K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier SERVICE CONTENTMENT President- - Hall-Mood- Institute Miss Helen II urd visited in Owens Notice. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Hurley Tobacco Company will be held at our warehouse on South II Pad Way, Lexington, Kv., October !, Iql 7, at ten o'clock a ill Tnis is a very important meeting and each stockholder should attend in person, Hurley Tobacco Company, B. V. Osborne, Secretary. THE BANK OF SECURITY. WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN boro last week Mrs ohn Wimp and daughter, Mi-- s Cat hi line Wimp, left Fnilay for their Cat., after an ex h me in H iltville, t led visit with friends and relatives in i his vicinity. Mrs Sim Q i;nes, of Fonlsville, has b n the guest of Mis 0 I, Itr.ulv James BhlNMU left Tuesday for Lyn d.u where lie will enter K M. I. M:ss Kssie Higgs, ol Louisville, is t he of her parents, Mr and Mrs. J H. pii'-sBiggs. A inial meeting of the Kasiern Star w, held at the home of Mrs. II B Head Thursday evening Rev. R Rei ves made a splendid talk on "I'at-tisni." Rev. T. J. Wade spo'e on High Ideals." Music was furnished b. Mrs Virgil Uiite, Misses (Juedry Hr.imlette and Virginia Mead A tis dad Course was served. Mr. and Mrs Harold Turner and '1. lighter, Maty Catherine, of Louis viile, are visitors of Miss Mary Cornwall. Miss Ida Waggoner, of and Mrs lames Tieiney, of Cloverport, viMted Mrs A T. Adkins last week. Henry II . rinlon has returned to Knid, few days stay with relaia.. alter tives. C. I'ayne and family motored to J West 'oi nt and Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Woolfolk, I'otts- . viih--, I'a , have been guests of Mrs. M. HtradM and Mrs. S P. I'arks. Kiiendf, of A. H. Suter are glad to know he is connected with the Mctiloth- lau Hardware BHaahMh Willis visited Miss Nallia Maador, at Hardinsburg, last week. Mr. and Mrs J. D Aslicraft and Mr and Mrs Robt. Glasscock went to Lou isville Sunday. They will enjoy a boat trip to Cincinnati and will visit points of interest in that city. Mr. and Mis. Ivan I'usey, Chicago: Mrs. Pi ad Taylor and children, of St. Louis, have been guests ot Mrs. Mary Munford. Miss Keel yn Gross, of Hewleyville, is visiting Mrs. A (. Marshall. Mrs. Mauuel Itrooks entertained the me.nbcrs of the Ladies' Bible Class Tnursday alternoon in honor of Mrs. T. J. Wade. Miss Mai v Kliz ibeth Walker, II udius-burvisited Miss Susie Thomas I'ayne aud Mis Caul Wilson last week. The liviugtou Graded and High School opened Monday with tut following teachers: I'rot. II K. Kirk, Misses Hattie I'oindeKter, Kit ibeth Baxter, M ibel Howard and Ora Hendrick. Mr. aud Mrs. A T. Drane motored to Louisville 1 hursday and were guests of Mr and Mrs. Thur-na'Mane. The ladies of the liiptist church will serve dinntr down town oa election day. I.. D. Hulol wini to Mitchell, Ind., Saturday Metubei . ol the Ladies' Aid i f the B iptist ihuiih sold cakes, pies, lontiy and dressed chickens and all sorts oi gui,d eats at J M. Harndon'a store Sitorday. The things were I, Rati the proctcdi Will be given to th cHttri h fui.d. Mrs. Hell I, islibrooks, of iiwensboro, is visiting Mrs N .ra It iard. Miss I la 1'ayne will attend school at Howling Graaa Mr. and Mrs G T. Marshall visited In BMaakatkiowa last werk. t 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits IIS FOOLISH TO SUFFER Peo- Who Reads Classified Advertising? The rich, the poor, the buyer, the seller, in HARDINSBURG Boh Klder, of Louisville, has heen the When So Many Cloverport ple Are Pointing the Out. Von may tie brave enough to fact people of every nationality have learned that it pays fo read (hem. Way I 1 Read his case l.iiin McCoy, Cloverport, says "Some I wis badly troubled with Donald Walker, the oungesi son if my kidni s. For ijiiile awhile I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Walker, who is with a lame and aching back. critically ill. The kidney secrelions were irregular in Mrs. II irry Norton and children, of passage and yveie highly colored. I Kirk, are the guests of her aunt, Mrs. found it especially difli.-uland painlul Netta 1'helps. to bend ever or try to lilt anything. As had often heard ol D.ian's Kidney Mr. and Mrs. John Beeler, of Kirk, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie I'llls I used a ftw boxes which I got at Fisher's Drug Store and they cured Walker. Mrs Tom Rhodes, of Leitchlield, will me.'' l'rice fOe, at all dealers. Don't imply arrive today for a visit to htr sister, ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's TealT Mrs. Mattie Kidney I'ills--tsame that cured Mr. Miss Judith Kllen Beard came from Foster-.Milbu Co., I'rops., McCoy. Central City to see her sister, Miss Buffalo. N. V. Hannah Beard, who is here from Bos-to- n for a i hort visit to her parents, Mr. Miller and her sons, I.en Gregory and and Mrs. Taylor Beard. Donald Gregory, ill Paducah, Mrs. Leo Denning died Friday mornMiss Jennie Hardin, of Brandenburg, ing and wis buried Saturday in St lias been the guest of Mrs. Hillary Har cemetery. Romai.ld's din. Mrs. Fioyil Lewis, of New Albany, is Mr Wethington. who was hurt in the the guest of Mr. ami Mrs. Lewis. falling uf the Miller house, is still in a Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor have re- serious condition. turned Irom a visit to relatives in fctcDaataia, Miss Burks, of Louisville, is guest of relatives in town. or headache or Maalaaat, backache John D Shaw was in Louisville on But, if in addition urination is disorderbusiness last week. ed, look out! If you don't try to fix Mrs Lucrctia Hensley hasretuintd your sick kidneys, mil may fall into the disease before clutches of dang'.-rotihome after a visit to Stanley. Mis Cobb and daughter, Miss Nell you know it. But, if you live moie Cobb, of St. Louis, came Saturday in carefully and bula your kidneys with answer to a message stating that Mrs. Doan's Kidney I'llls, you can stop the pains you have and avoid future d anKd Dillon is seriously ill. ger as well. D in t experiment use the Mr. and Mrs John O'Reilly, Sr , are remedy Cloverport people are publicly at home from a visit to relatives near endorsing. t nuisirg few years ago M nd Ambassodor Gerard's Expose of Kaiser American Diplomat Reveals an Amazing Story of German Ambition, Treachery and Intrigue. It exposes the unscrupulous Intrigues ot" the Prussian Cliques intrigue that stretches like a Spider's Web over all phases of German Life. You can read it. It begun Sunday, Sept. 16 and will continue to run daily for about six weeks in stif-lere- d The Louisville Herald Find the Herald agent now, and place your order for the paper for the period of the story. He will deliver it to you, Daily and Sunday, for 10c per week. t 1 he 60c Gets It. If there is no agent in your vicinity, let us sand it by mail. Forward 60c to us, using the following coupon, and you will receive the paper during the course of, this wonderful story. CLIP AND MAIL ry TME LOUISVILLE HERALD, Louisville, kv. Fnclosed herewith rind 60c for which send me the DAILY AND HERALD for six weeks, or during the period of the Gerard story. Sl'N-D- Try our "Want Ads." Rev. Robert Johnson will leave this week tor Conference to be held in Hop kiusvi'de. Misses Sillie and Nellie Meador were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Willis, in Irvington, last Thursday, and fiom there they went to Louisville. 1'. Morris Beard and J.C. Lewis have gone to Custer to build the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Will May and daughter, Miss Louise May, of Harned, were in town HARNED Miss Nora McCoy spent last week in Louisville the guest of her brother, Roy McCoy, and uncle, C. C. Brock and Mrs. Brock. Joe Crews, of Owensboro: Mrs. Rose Lewis, of New Albany; Mack Crews and granddaughter, Miss Lula Newby, of MitJ.iady, spent last Thursday with their mother, Mrs. Klnor Crews, it being her nintieth birthday. Homer Alexander, Hunter Henuing-er- , Allen Ptimphrey and Denver Robin- sou motored to Louisville and attended the State Kair. Several from here attended the camp meeting at Kiugswood last Sunday. The Women's Missionary Society of Kphesus met with Mrs. M. J. Bruington list Thursday and spent the day. All report an enjoyi.ble day. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tucker and diughteis, Misses Myrna and Reba, visited their brother, C. A. Tucker and Mrs. Tucker in Louisville last week. Miss Rhea Critcheloe, of McDauiels, was the guest of her a'int, Mrs. B K Gray, last week. Mrs. I'. E. Tucker spent last ween with her parents at Westview. P. I). Milner ar.d son, Herbert, were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. I'. Milner, and brother, I. L Milnei and Airs. Milner, of Mook, Sunday. J. D, Aldrtdge was the guest of his son, C. M. Aldridge, Sunday. S. II. Davis attended the State Fair last week. "L ncle" Jate Gray and Mrs. Gray visited their son, George Gray, lu last week. Mrs. Robert McDonald, of Louisville, was the guest of her aunt, Mrs, S. H. Davis, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Davis, of Locust Hill, last week. Mrs. Lydia Harper, ot Owensboro, visited her mother, Mrs. Lum Eskridge, aiid other relatives here last week. Name R. F. D. Town State Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Robertson have returned home from North Carolina, where they have spent the summer. Mrs. Kate Rowland, of Cloverport, is the guest of her sister, Mrs Kli.a Ta n lor. Mi-- s home-bake- . e Klnora Robertson spent Saturday aud Sunday iu Glen Dmb. Mrs. I.ee Bishop and daughter, Miss Annie I.ee Bishop, have returned from Chicago and Louisville, where they have been for the fall styles in millinery. Frank Kennedy of Kvansville, is the guest o relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Kd W alks', ot Imminence, spent Sunday at the Commercial i i For Sale-Catt-le! I Hotel Francis Hillou, of Akron, O., ariived Saturday for a to hit parents, Mr. and Mis. pal Dillon. vi-- HILL ITEMS The members of the Lucille Memorial were glad to have their pastor, the Kev. R Iv Keeves, till his appointment at the church last Sunday, after several weeks' vacation Karl l'clla and Mrs. Telia were at Holt, last week, in the interest of their old home. They came to town and spent Saturday night with relatives. ril Taberling went to the country, Saturday, to see his brother. Charlie Taberling. Mr and Mrs McKiMtV, of Tobius-or- t, attended services at the Presbyterian church, Sunday. Mrs. I.aslie and daughters, Mrs and Mrs Jeff Combs, with their husbands, went last Sunday to Kuiersini, Ind to sec Mrs. I.aslie's uu ilu r Thcv expect to be there until the middle of Ictobcr. John Haifa II is reported to be ill of phoid. These items stated last week that the properly formerly owned by Jake Miller hail parti) been Ui dow.i for raaajfa, The condition of the building was such that it was all torn away to be rebuilt. Mrs l.uther Satterlield went to l.ouis villa, Satiuday, fl lake her nephew, Harry Caiman, to his home alter I here. Mfl John Moms Ciegory is visiting lii daughter, Mrs. Bai Millar, Mr. 1 Wor-diull I i Have You j Housed Your Tobacco? We can carry the risk on this high-priced Pure Bred Herf ord and Polled Durham Heifers for sale; ranging in I weigh! from 500 fo 800 pounds. This is a rare chance thai Breckenridge e e county farmers are accorded and I frusf that I e may be permitted to sell Foundation Herds to many of our breeders in order to improve our stock and enrich the producers. These Cattle must be sold at once to make room for others. VIC ROBERTSON, I have 40 head of i MCQUADY Mrs. Ella O'Connell have returned to their ansas. Mi. and n- Hardinsburg, Ky. product for you at small cost, Can You Afford To ? PAUL GOMPTON, Hardinsburg, Kentucky. hoTie and children in Ark- j Mr. 8, A. Wright are re- this week for Illinois to hold position ceiving congratulation on the arrival there. f a t. Messrs. Geo Hall, W. W. Martin, W. girl, Killian'Aiiita. sexeral from here attended the tail A. Purcell, II. Frank, M. .1. Day, M. Hiyant and Phoebe Frank spent Suu-dain Louisville latt week, IJur-den Fire, Tornado and all classes of Insurance. I Mr. aud Mrs. Johu Newton and daughter, Mr. ar.d Mrs. (lit Held and children, Cloverport motored here Saturday and were the guests of Mrs Henry Siuewtbery. tieo. Day, SUphensport is here the gueit of hit mother, Mrs. N. J. Day. Miss Mary Ann o'C'onnell will leave Hardin and daughter, Mary Kline Mrs Solama Har.ks, Stephensport last Hardin, Mr. and Mra. Wm Keys, Mr. Saturday and Sunday and Mrs Henrv Dutschke and Mr. , Mr and Mrs J H Avltt, Mies Noah Shaw, Oak were the guests uf Mr and Mrs Frank Hashara, Mr ar,d Mrs Henry Gibson last Sunday Mr aud VrsVess Katie, Mr and Mrs Misses OiltM aud Eva Krashear, Oscar French, Mr and Mrs A llruce afternoon with Mrs. G A. Wright. Fiuiire attended the State Fair last visited Mr and Mrs O C Argabright Kiiniue Frank went to Louisville week one day last week Friday. lake Severs, Union Star happened Mrs Henry Sominers is in Louisvllla to a vory serious aci ideut last week visiting her daughter this week while working on a housa for C M Cart L0MBURG Miss Ruth Fox and Mre Landcaeter he fell from the scaffold and broke his visited Mrs Dick Avittlast Wedneeday kg but is getting along line Mias Ethel Horsley spent Sunday Mrs. Dick Hail, Mr. and Mis. A.M. Mrs Charlie Mayse visited Mr aud with Miss Aliie Keys Myrtle-Deacon-