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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1917. TO MRS. No. 13 ACCEPTED OUT BOYS HAPPY SHEWS WILL PROBATED Court. PATRIOTIC MEETING MEMORABLE OCCASION. BE IN NATIONAL ARMY. The folloving letttr of interest bM been received from DMWfi Smith, one of the Clovetport boys who was a re crult to Camp Zachary Taylor last week. Mr. John ! Habbage, Editor Brcckinrldue News, Cloverport, Ky. To whom it may concern: We arriv J In Camp Zichary Taylor tha list, all happy and feeling fine and couldn't be traated better. First wa received our cots and equipment consisting of two blanket ( real ones too) and a straw mattress also Next our mess. dishes, of two pillows. plates, knife, fork, spoon and cup Next our duty, we were Cncle Sim's Society gave each boy a box filled with the most delicious lunch They were accompained to Louisville by Sheriff Arthur T. Heard and Lee Walle. 29 Busy Will In Serve Apprentice As Machinist. OF SECOND CALL; Term With a Large ol Docket-L- ist Bequeaths For The Breckinridge County Bulk of Estate to Relatives. Boys Prior To Their Leaving Methodist Church of Hardins-burFor Training Camp. People Recipient of $450. From All Parts Of County County g Jurors. by 98 Aa EXAMINED and law governing same. We passed our last examination tins morning. Were vacinated and got a shot in the arm and have two more to take. Wa sure are having one great time and am glad I am a man and able to do my bit for a just causa and if I had Known sooner what I know now I would have enlisted some time ago. We ara off every Wednesday and Saturday evening and all day Sunday. .ichary You are weicome to Camp Taylor any time you want to come. Bernard Morrison, Mike luckerare together with me. We all like it line are In it for all we can get. We .ilto train for sixletn wteks(fcur months! and will be ready forCucle I The will of Mrs. Kmma Shellman was probated ii. the lire, kinridge County Court Monday Sept. M. H oueaihsto Horace Scott Beard fid Frarcis Beard children of Kdward Heard and Stella Scott Heard the sum of llOO each to be held in trust for them liy the Bank of Hardinsburg .V Trust Co , as trustee and invested by them and paid to the children as they be come A age. She alsc bequeathed to these ch Idren the large portrait of their deceased mother, Stella Scott Heard. She also directed that a granite NKM MUM be erected to the memory of her father, mother and brothers with the word "Hatnbieton" inscribed iu bold letters. She also directed that a suitable monument be erected at the grnve of her titter, Margaret Hambleton Board She btqueathed to Methodist Kpisco pal Church South, Hirdinsburg the sum of $150 to discharge a debt on said church To Laura and Margaret Scott children of Hor.ice Scott t3.ll eacn. To Miss Jennie Wai field the sum of IIW, to Mrs Jennie Kingston the sum if 9190, aud Maggie Scott $t0o 1 id Sam. The residue of my estate bequeath All the liovs said tell everybody e is nothing they want to the children of my late husband, Hello and said es.ate to be as everything is furnished but a wrist Richard Shellman watch and we are going to get one. equally divided among them She dirtcted that The Hank of H We will be glad to know the news from & Trust Co.. act as her Yours truly, boat. Dooard J. i ; nd The will was dated Jan. 22, AddressCamp Taylor, Co. M. Ml Infantry, Louisville. witnessed by Allen R. Kincheloe and Claude Mercer. . Codicil dated Aug luiT she be Dinners Given Enlisted Men. queathed to Arthur Scolt her nephew Mr. and Mrs I'has. Jackson gave a 1100 In lien of isu, to L. O. Shellman ciuner on Wednesday evening at their the balance doe on his note. To her- neice Jennie liabbage she i.ome iu Breckinridge addition in honor of Mrs. Jackson's two brothers, Mr. bequeathed a0. Horace Tucker, Mr. Mike Tucker and - nn-..,ware called in stmith Still Charming at Age of 79. th-rr- Selective draft and left Friday .arning for Camp Zachary Taylor. The invited guests were: Miss Carrie Mike Tucker, Horace Tucke, Messrs Tucker, Courtney Habbage, Forrest f'reeman, Donard Smith, Mr. Curlie and Mr. Craves, -- Mrs. Lida James who lias be n visiting her nephew, Mr. Carman near Big , Spring returned to iier home at III., Saturday. Said she had a delightful visit rambling over the hills of Hreckinridge, where she was burn To, years ago Mrs, James is a very Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tucker gave a charming woman and her age is no, 12 o'clock diuner Thursday noon, for trnuii nig her. their sons, Mr. Horace Tucker and Attending Annual Conference. Mr. Mike Tucker Covers were la a for: Mr aud Mrs, Tucker, Miss Carrie Iuckor, Nleea Ucv. M. L. Dyer left Tuesday mornLelia Tucker and Bernicc Tucker ing for Hopkinsville to attend the anMessrs Mike Tucker, Hot ace Tucker, nual Louisville Conference Donard Smith, E:d.td Babbage, Mr. Owing to the abseu.e of the pastor, Graves and Rev, W. L there n ill not be any pi eadhing services at the Methodist church, Sunday mornDrafted Men Leave ing and evening. Sunday S.hool, JunAmid Cheers. ior a tul Senior Lsaguis will meet at Mat-ton- Clerk Hasht.ni. ger depot cilice here and lie was well There are M appearance suits and With truly orave hearts and smiling liked because of his pleasing and courtover UN reference cases. The jurors faces, forty per cent of the quota, which eous manners. are to be mule up from the following of Breckinridge consisted ot fifty-twlist: County 's sterling young men, liled into Accepts New Position. Grand Jury. the Methodist church in Hardinsburg , Lewis C ark, W. N. Dent. Terry on Thursday evening to attend the Mr. Jesse Willis is here to spend a Andrew Klder, Wesley Ian ington, patriotu meeting that was held in their honor prior to their leaving for few days with his parents, Mr. and S H. Mat, H. A. Bee ham, Haynes I) Willis. Trent, Walter Blown, W. C. Moorman, Camp 7. ichary Taylor the following Mrs. U. Mr. Willis who has been connected R. I) St. Clair, Kd Hook, John Hryant, morning. Possibly no other county in the state with the Carter Dry Goods Company S R Handy, BH Robbins, Glen Macey, of Louisville, has accepted a more luJohn Frymire, J. H. liibsou, Jim Wag- has sent out a more splendid represt of its manhood for the National crative position with the Tennessee goner, Jasper Ilorseley, 1'aul Shrews-- I Army, than has Hreckinridge. Some Coal, Steel and Railway Company in bury, W L. Robertson, G. II. l'ile and He whl leave Herbert Hall. of the young men were represer.ati ves Birmingham, Ala witlu u a few days for the south of the best families in the county. Petit Jury Quite a few of them were hundied per Finis Clavcomb, S. K. Yates, Mike cent men intheir physicial examination. Feels Younger Mendrick, T. H Richardson, Minor One young man had just entered into From Having Vacation. Payne, J R Mavs, Hirtlie Hall, II. A. his life work as an engineer for which Win J Stith, Hartley Walker, Mr J. S. HeynoliN, til Fordsville, re- Ciution, he had been working several 'ears and holt, J H Herntlon, S. turned Saturday from a plea.it, t visit Marion Weathei W. had only served one week. The majW H issett, C. Hindy, Andrew LoB Rogers ority of the boys were cheerful in with his (laughter, Mr. D. Teal, Adam Bat hate, S. and Mr. Rogers, of Ashland, Ky, Mr. Driskell, spirit and yet they seemed to fully W. Itaite, Hill Nortou, Sam Heavin, K. realjze the seriousness of the situation. Reynolds and Mr and Mrs Rogers had L. Carman, Frank Malting!), R. II. Parents, relatives and interested a grand motor trip through Ohio, tak- Bandy, Gabe Pierce, M G Bailer, Tom friends from all parts of the county ing in Cleveland, Dayton and other Robertson, rum Walls, J. w. Brown, of tiie State Which is so beauwere at the meeting and with all there sections ii Baady, J. F. Riddle, Godfrey tiful. The Kentuekiat) enj yed his va- j. was quite a large attendance. i, The Ira Rhode, V, G. Babbage, cation and outing so ranch that it m ule soldiers were cheered Frank Xupert, Fladge Vessells end him feel tea years younger. by the audience, sung to with pitrio Taj lor Beard, ttc songs and addressed by several speakers. Adj Gen. David U. Murray Card of Thanks. Breckinridge County Boy being the chief speaker of the occas-sio- n We wish to thank the manv friends In Ministerial Work. He gave some of the reminiscenof our father, W. J. Owen, who we re ces of his life as a soldier and spoke of so kind to us during his recent short the general situtation of the war at lilness and death. He loved and beA former Breckinridge County man present. Words of encou agement and lieved in his friends and they showed the Kev. J. T. Keenan wnose home cheer were given by, Mi. Sherman their appreciation of him iu everv way was at Mattingly is now living in Gtaf-jtoHall, Hon. Henry Dell Moorman. Rev. possible. W. Va. where he is the pastor of The Family. J. T. Meng and Lieut. Carrigan. A the M. K. church with a salary of most appropkite song, "Keep the Home P3,VUU yearly. Kev. Ivcenan is a very Louisville Stock Market. Fires Hurtling" was sung by Mrs. superior man in every respect and is Itussel Couipton. Mrs. Comptou is (having splendid success in his profes Hog Market Choice heavies, 168 lbs. possessed with an unusualy musical sion 8 Iu suprann voice and she sang with a and up, flS.53; I2l) to 165 pounds, His family, Mrs. Keenan and son, 16 S5 16 1"; roughs, ligs. i1 (" great deal of feeling. Wtllard Keenan w ho have been spend-- I After the meeting the bovs were down. ing the slimmer with Mrs. Keenan's surronded with their frit nds who bade Lambs Choice, IJ (ft 5 ."l seconds. parents Mr. anil Mrs Owen Seatou at 8 Mattingly returned home last week. 1.00; culls, 7 (a) 8; top sheep, (it them good bye and good luck. On Friday morning before leaving (11 N 50; bucks, 6.50 clown. for camp, the Hardinsburg Red Cross Calves Ik st veals, $1 2 Ad." 1250. Fiu-ley1 . . Ha.-wei; ICdward N. Couch, son of He v. A. The coming term of the Breekenridge N. Couch and Mrs Couch left last week Circuit Court which convenes at Harfor Ravenna. Kv where he will serve dinsburg Monday, October I, is to be his apprenticeship as a machinist in one of the busiest terms for several the L. & N. railroad shops. years, according to the report ot Circuit Mr Couch was employed at passenPaul result of the second call made the local examining board for the first quota, following is the list of men who were accepted for military tervice and who have not been exempted or discharged. Clovetport: Paul ('. Lewis, Patrick Ilinton, Earl Heavin, Chris Logsdon. Hardinsburg: Everett Meador, He liam M Wo ids, Walter Wilson Stone, William T. Jolly, Orval f,. Norton. Irvington: Charles Hobbs. Willie Park, Verdie Johnson, Henry Johnson Stephensport John Connard Lewis, Jones I). Owen Miller. Webster: Ariel Allen. Custer: John Sutton. Garfield: Willis (.'ompton. Vanzant: Polle Forest Simm ins, Walter Meador. Westview: Necel Moore, Isiah Parson Pile. Holt: Arthur Allen. II. lined: Coleman F. Wheatley. Mattingly: James W. Wood. Koff: (iilbett F. Calloway. Falls of Kough: Aden Fentress. Sample: Lee Hiclierson. REJECTED : T. Cloverport: Jeff Sattcrfielil, Wilbur Chapin, John Allen Waggoner, Fredrick Franklin Kay, icar Stew- art. Hardinsburg: Win Thomas Khodes. Martin Lewis Sutton, tirover C. Taber. J je Alexander West. Hansom Dowell, Rufui Dowell. Irvington: Stant Reed Ross. Joe Hoard. Richard Oral McCoy. Union Star: Ora Arthur ( laycomb, Owen C Broner, Wm ( arlton Dutschke 'in 'tis Lee Stewart. Oarfleldi Morton I'enick, Arnold Stinnett, Ovie Qray, Curtis Alien I Simmons. trued: Arthur Smith, Miller Nix. Mattingly. Vanant: L'rr.est 0 x. Askins: Charles Kara Hcaddcn. Addison: Htibett Hall. 11. Roff: George Henry Woodrow: Will Helm. Webster: Koscoe Fipps Harvey Shaw. Axtel: Joe Willis Webster. McQuady: t'hailes M. Heavin. Locust Hill: Wm David Myer. Vcrnie Try "Want Carman. Custer: Juhn Phippe. Dig ooo xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Statement of the Condition of Kirk. Richard Moore. McDaaioia: Kd Thorn ai Darnell. W. llruner. James Lea ry The First State Bank, Irvington, Kentucky, 3 At the close of business September Called for by the State Banking av . Springs: Cilbert Hat EXEMPTED Simmoni. lcr. 7, 1917. Cloverport: Ruther B, Pate, John Henry Walker, IS, A. Stephens. Hardlaeburg: Re aeon Francis Crav en, .Mien iiuun, Cigar KoODiaa, Albert Tucker, Win ti. Macy, Richard V. IV.e. Itviugton: Tom Watts, Owen Logs don. Commissioner. the regular time Hu Irvington, Sept. 24, (Special) bert Livers, Leslie Jones, Hubert Lyons', Jasper Head and lioyd Keith answered the call to report at Camp Zachary Taylor, Friday. They were joined by "1 more boys from Hreckinridge county. gathered at the A large assembly The girls train to bid them good-by- e. marched up and down the platform and carried Old Glory, the boys cheering as they passed. Mothers, wives and sweethearts were present to bid farewell and God speed to the would be soldier boys, who were solicitous of the women to help in the noble work of the Ked Cross Society. Recital For Benefit of Red Cross Irvington, Sept. 24. (Special ) A musical recital was given at the Methodist church Friday .evening for the benefit of the local Red Cross work. The audience fully appreciated the splendid program which was given by Mr. and Mrs. Fullenwider, of Appleton, Wis., aud Miss Julia Lyon. Mr. Fullenwider is a talented violinist and Mrs. Fullenwider accompanies him on the piano. Mattingly: Tin odor, i Applegate, Walter Weise. Vaazaat! Joseph W. Meador. Un:on Star: Win Kmmett Hudson. Hudson: Gilbert Fraze, Cleve I'ruttt, McDaniels: P.stcll EraCailer. Webster: Joe Harper. Custer: Victor II. Wh.tworth, James () lienuett. Harned: W ilbur Pile. Kirk: Kobert Parks Miller, Geo Ed Monarch. Locust Hill: Lonnie Kobcrtson. Loans and Discounts United States Bonds Due from Banks Cash in Sate Overdrafts - Miss Lvon, whose home is here, is one of the first honor pupils of the Louisville Conservatory of Music She is wonderfully talected and accomAppeal Denied. plished in piano music and the home people are justly proud of her. Appeal was denied by the District The members of the Red Crass SoBoard, :it Louisville, for the following ciety are indebted to those who assisted persons: Hubert l'arks, I.odiburg,Thos, in making the recital a financial success E. Bowles, Axtel; Waldo S Smart, Har and to Mr. McKelvey who furnished and Ken Bandy, living-ton- . the piano. diusburg, K. Current Expenses Banking House and Lot Other Real Estate Total .... ... - $120,777 84 1,001 26 18,134 93 4,404 52 451 86 394 67 3,200 00 - - - - - Sample: Frank Shellmau. Glen Dnon: Lee Thomas Dunn. Falls of Rough: ( iscar WebbSiinmons. - - Prospecting In New Mexico. C A. Bennett the general and railroad agent at Glen Dean Is oil on a 60 days leave of absence for a trip to New Mexico prospecting. Mrs. Bennett will spend the time with her elti-cie- - Furniture and Fixtures - - 6,534 71 1,200 00 - $156,099.79 $ 15,000 00 Looses Left Eye. Mr. W. H. Dowell, Union Star went to Owensboro last week to the City Hospital where he uuderwent uu opera tlon for removing his left eye Nine year ago, Mr. Dowell was struck in the eye with a stick, while taiiflfving some brush from off his fatui but he never felt any serious results from tne uiow uuiit wiintn me las three weeks he has beau suffering intensely and it was found that an Operation would be the only means of Patriotic Week. This is Patriotic week iu the Liabilities Capital Stock Surplus . State a there will be patriotic meeting at the Clover-por- t Public Schrol building, Friilav of Kentucky. In view of this fact, Undivided Profits Deposits afternoon j oclock. has arranged the program so that most of the children will take part. The members of Red Cross will attend in a body. The public is extended a cordial Sut McCoy Total W. J. PIGG0TT, J. M. HEKND0N, .... . father at Spottsville. Mr and Mrs. Dennett have made many warm friends atGlcu Dean who regret their leaving aud hope Mr. Ucnuett will not lind any place so good as Glen Dean and w ill return soon. . 2,800 00 343 33 137,956 46 Officers of Royal Arch Chapter. The Masonsof the Royal Arch ChapNo 951 held .he annual election of officers Friday evening Sept. Jl. which resulted as follows: K. L. Oel.e, H. P ; 0 1). Phelps, King; c. W. Moorman, Scribe: A. ii. Skillman, Treasurer; J. C. Nolte, Secretary; C. W. liaimiiau, C. of H.; W. A Cockerell, K. A C; M. I. V.;J. Kendall M M. Denton, V. Chat, iiamby, Weatherholt, M. M. i V. ter $156,099 79 J. C. PAYNE, President J. D. LYD0AN. Cashier Assistant Cashier invitation. relief. A TEXAS WONDER. ' FALL OPENING DISPLAY gists. The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, euros diabetes, weak and lamo harks, rheumatism, and irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Hpgnlalrs bladder troubles In children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mall on receipt one small bottle Is two of $1.1111. months' treatment, and seldom falls to perfect a lire. Send for sworn testimonials Dr. K. W. Mall, 2A26 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by drug bountryrair Irvington, Ky., MILLINERY Dresses-Coats-Su- its Friday-Saturda- y September Your presence is 28-2- 9 earnestly desired at this wonderful showing of new things for fall. Mrs. Bishop hasj ust returned from Chicago and Lovisville and assures you a showing of new things unsurpassed. School w is dismissed this week on account of Dlptharia, R. llruncr was the guest of his sister. Mrs. S. J Itrashear, Sunday. William l'rymire, son of Mr ami Mrs. II R rynrire. has diplheria, Mr. and afrs Kruesl Cart, of Shiloh, are receiving congratulations OB the ar rival of a little son. Sept ,11. Mis, Will Grant lias been with hei sister. Mrs Mi nest Cart, ol Shiloh, thi- week. M aria MM June llriimr. J. P, Middle, and K llriiuer spent Sunday with Mr. and Mis. Mrncst Cart, of Shiloh. Protracted meeting will begin it Raymond. Monday night, September 17th. Kev. W J, II inks, of Brandenburg, Will assist our pastor. Kev. II. J, Itlackhiirn. Several from here attended the funeral of Hobcrt Reis, at Walnut Orovc, Tuesday. In S. llrasbear, Owen C llruner. C. I.. Hudson and George IMwIlnil attendeil the Mil at Joe 1). Ilnshear's. near Rome. I ml , Wednesday Julius iMitschke and family, of Webster, motored to Charles ( Graham's, Sunday. Rev. II J Mack. MUM, of Wolf Creek, did not fill his appointment at the School Saturday night on account ol the I Sept. 28 and 29! CTwo days home folks. of pleasure for the CLThe gteatest Free Live Stock and Horticultural Show South of the it . . Mrs. Prank Winter and two sons, Kd. , ward and Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Henry Kphade and little son, of Tell City, lad., were the week er.d guests of Mrs Mary Dodson and sons Owen C llruner attended the birthday dinner at M. J. Ray's, of Rhoilelia, Sunday, Sept , 16, in honor of their son's Isaac-Hicks- Ohio River. IL 180 ribbons tied on the products of the greenest spot under the shining sun. You will meet people that are meeting Providence halfway in the cultivation of the soil, and should you capture a prize, will know that you have "been at the fight." CWe challenge the world with g our healthy, babies, CWhilst the 'savage breast" is soothed by Montsch Ka's Military Band, we will feed the inner man with hot soup with usual trimmings. good-lookin4 23rd B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Ky. trade aiiain. I d anniversary. Mrs Man Dodson entertained to din Sunday, Mr. and Mrs Isaac Hicks, l'rank Winter and two sons, Mr. Mrs Hecry Spliade and son, Mr. Mrs. C L Dodson, and V R. Dod of Slephensport. Special Premiums Best Draft Horse or Mare, any age, by Chief, $5. By C. H. Drury, breeder of all kinds of Live Stock. Com-manche ner. Mrs and and son, Finally all three ol the BUSY DAYS boats were cunileiuueil an. they were sent to the bone-yarThe Tara1 con was rebui't and was ON THE RIVER. Denied James Guthrie, ti e Grey Kagle became the City of Owen-bor- o ami the Mori log Star the Rainbow. Bach of Passing of the Old Louisville these boats carried the whistle that bad article. Capt Penny about this time had been and Evansville Mail Line A iu ears made tht m famous, and lest we RAYMOND f ryet, we want to call attention to the made superintendent of the line, and its Story of Steamboating in Days old Tarascon whistle. It was said this he was a strong advocate of stern w heel ft a towbnat whittle came from Rt v. Il.ackburn that biats, the present Tara con was built, began a protracted of Long Ago. was Mink t.p 1. car Leavenworth, ami and later on the Tell City. These boats meeting here Sunday uight Rev Hanks, Cap'. Uilnwte lecurtd it a Ml since the were rebuilt several times, and with the Hrandenburg will be here Tuesday in .iw.mi Qrvtfuc jr, uackul line existed it has btcu trans-ferit- steamer K. li. Ragon, did busiuess for night to assist in the meeting. Wlicn the sir. uner Taia.-cowas sold 11. in one boat to another. Oom years. After Capt. Penny had retired. Mr. aud Mrs. Jerry llasham and ..,t having it on was sold, whistle Geo. Wilson was made superintendent the other day lu pan in Memphis, the children spent several days last week where lie will be o averted into a cot- and all, l ui when the public discovered of the line. He was young and had the at Concordia with relatives. They ton canier, It was Hie a vei ifjaj of the a howl we.it up all along the river, business duwn to a fine point, having were accompained home by her slater, last linl. of the chain 11 line steamers and a petition was started to have it staited in as otlice boy, he succeeded Mrs. Levi Chappell was operated by I hi '.Id Louisville brought that back. Wueu the petition Cap;. Louis Staib, Injected new life into Miss Hettie Knott visited her cousin ' ami KvuqsviI e maU Moc teamers inauy reached Cloverport it was seven ya. the business. U ider his management Miss Virgie Mills at Paynesville Fri ears ao. bi smess revived at d the new Morning long, ar d e tch wharlmaster along the day night and Saturday. The T 4i a ;siii ivas the of : le line river passed it alorg Whether the Stir, a countei pai t of the first Morning Dennie Morgan, Amonswas the guest ot famous 'team on cd b 111. com Tara-con- , which was sold the other i'uj Star, and about the only sidewheeler Ih li k fine bouts of this took it along with n.-r-, or it was kepi, plying the Ohio. She was placed in of Miss Larue Ater Sunday. company were th Orey Kajjle, Tura- - we do not know. Misses Bessie and Hettie Knott and the trade under Capt. Marion Ryan, one loii anil Moming Mar, all fast The Faw n, a ster nwheel steamer, was of the most popular captains on the brother, Harlan Knott and Harlan steam rs fot many vears they the regular low water boat during early river at that time. With Captains Kyan, Cashman spent Sunday afiernoon with day s, but later on the Fashion, a large 2 oil and Mallard these boats seemed to Misses Nevada aud Agnes Hardesty of Webster. steruwheelcr was built, and the Maine thrive (Cuntiuued next Week.) Hays also acted us towboat handling Clark Uobbius, Amnions spent th 1Tl'iii.'n barges, was used iu low watei and the week end with his grandfather, J. S. t" " Fee languid, weak run ilowuV Head Ater. upper bend trade. The Fawn served lor a nuniDer of ache? Stomach "oh":"' A good reiu- plied the placid waters of the Ohio, Levy Pel lock and family spent Sun cay is ISurdock Blood Bitters Ask always going loaded own with freight years but she was finally dismantled day at J II Djtschke. Webster your druggist. Price tl.fe, Tbl Kasuion was built for low water, and pusseugers both wa s As no r touched any point f their trade, bi lag long and wide it was thought she Engagements Announced. U carrying the mail, t lie line pros- would be light dralt, but such was Ml FRY the case, and being hard to handle, pered, lu fasti they b; came-:indeHer being keptinthat trade and also Mr. and Mrs. James Martlettc Higgs, pendent at timiM a Qtal otten got Roy II ll.issett. of 1'iiion Star, 1pant "cussing" wh u lulled, and the freight a an indcpemli nt boat between Louisol Irvington, Ky announce the engage ville uud lower iver points, she was Saturday night and Randal with 1. s. Hid uot suit I DM) of their daughter. Miss Msther 111 ishear Tue mates on thee lines generally finally sold. mlel'e liiggs to Mr. Richard Hmiinden Just about this time the packet weie liiied on llitii ''ciis.ing" ability, Lmllam of Richmond, Ya. hadbut little opposition, butthtir 'f ami th.' negro rouaturn generally were a The wedding will take place at the jovial se, hanging to their work but all troubles began to multiply thick and home of the bride's parents. Satin day fast. Capt. Crammond had tuill the tilM singing MNM of their morning, October, IS, I9I". and was cutting the lower river Southern i:i. odi . AH of the boat irried a bind and l!:e tables set were trade between Hawesvi.le and Owens- Mr, and Mrs. Kdtfar And of Heruilou. noted lor 111 r gMd eating. Many of boro. The Geoige Strecker had en W. Ya. announce the engagement of the older ones yet love to tell ol their tcrcd the Clovarpofl and Oweusbu'o their daughter, Missjeauue Louise And trips 011 one ot these lloating palai.es, trade, an. the Ariadne was runuiug out to Mr Kolbe Curtice. when after supper the tables were of Louisville to the lower coast trade. The wedding will take place on Wedcleaieu iu the cabin, anil led by the cap- Kven the Cincinnati and Memphis line, nesday evening, October, 24, y 7 iu St. tain, they danced until the wee small which usually made only a few.-t'pTimothy's Mpiscupal church. hours of the moruiug outof Cincinnati, now began to iutr m e r Miss Aud is the of Kui nuiiy years these boats plied the ou their trude. at this time there Just Judge John Allen Murray and is well Ohio, meeting with no accidents except were two other things that turned up known iu Cloverport and Hardinsburg the Grey K tgle, which was driven by a that helped th downfall of the packet where she has spent a number of sum high wind out into a cornfield above company. The long talked building of men. Kvau.wiil She stuck ou a big stump, the preseut railroad--th- e Louisville, St. and wfieo the water receded, left her a Louis and Texas Railroad had begun A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepquarter of a mile from the river, but the to be built, aud a new boat lire out of sia and constipatio- n- weakens tha stump was sawed off and she was Derby, Ind., to Tell City had been es whole system. Doan's Rugulets (30c launched by skids to the river, taken to tablished by Capt Williams, and his Addison, Ky. per box) act mildly on the liver and he dock and was soon back into in. first bout was considered a juke, but bowels. At all drug stores. -- who attended the State at Louisville, last week: George Ilarr anil mother, Will Peters, Oeorge M. Shellman, Owen Claycomb, W. A Dodson, L. S. Itrashear and sisters Misses Lena ami Caroline, H L. llruner, later on he proved to be a formidable Owen C. llruner. Morton Itarr, Jirrr Her rival. While the packet company did on and wife not attend the horning of this new rival Cheapest accident insurance Dr. two of his sons later were the chief For burns, tnourn;rs tt the packet company's fu- '.'nomas' Kclectic Oil. neral in which a full story of their rise scalds, cuts and emergencies. All and downfall will be told in another druggist! sell it ,0c and 60c. I'ryniire Ciliens, Best Saddle and Harness Mare or Gelding, to be ridden and driven. First premium $2; second $1. By H. H. Norton, Live Stock Dealer. C. H. Drury's Colt Show Saturday, September p. m. 29th, at 1 For the Ladies Best sample of Needle Work, any age. NEWS First I n second $1; third $1; fourth 50 cents. By Farmer and Feeder. Prettiest Boquet; $1.50 first prize; 50 cents second. By N. C. Netherton, town resident farmer. $2; R. S. Bandy, prize 11 2 Cent Fares on Both Railroads. Get a Catalog for further information. May the members of the Corn, Clover and Stock Club cover themselves with glory. it I snle-wl.c- J. B. GIBSON, Pres. B. W. CARTER, Sec. A Bank Account Cures Worry An eminent physician declares that worry kills more Americans than war. Many people live beyond then means. A goodly bank account ends worry. It brings contentment. It is conducive to serenity. It makes for independence. It makes for conlidence. See us today about that account of yours We do every kind of banking. We'll be glad to explain our deposit and checking systems. Special attention is giveu to all new accounts. . 1 MM: .1 , ml com-pau- " if iiaiinniiii (dd-tim- e c Wanted !I Come In and talk it over : 000 i FIRST STATE BANK W. J. nOQOTT, I'resideiit J M. II KKNIX IN, Vice President Irvington, Ky. 100 Cars J. C. PAYMB, Cashier J. D. LiYDDAN, Ass't. Cashier 1 s Cider Apples L D. ADDISON, grand-daughte- DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST OffiM Houre- p. m. to a. toll.in. p. b Aiwuy. in oUce during .ofllce hour.; IrtligtM, K. Public Sale Farm and Live Stock will offer at Public Auction this farm containing 97 acres, situated 2 miles from hardinsburg, Ky., lying along the L., H. & St. L Railway, one-ha- lf mile from Harned, Ky., a Pike being built along its borders, and in my opinion it is the most beautiful and most desirable liitle farm in Breckinand stock barn, 70 acres perfectly set in grass, balance cultivated ridge county; a new dwelling, abundant water, all necessary by good people, good society and best of morals. Terms made known on day ot sale. In corn and tobacco this season; a beautiful home surrounded 25 mules from I to 6 years old, a good kind, the kind that will grow, and the kind that will feed and make money. 70 head of pure bred Poll Durhams, Herefords and Poll Angus heifers, weighing from 500 to 800 pounds each; no better opportunity could be afforded our farmers to select Foundation Herds. No these cattle will sell at highest bid. To encourage Breckinridge county farmers to breed better grades of cattle, if deI am going to sell these cattle on 4, 6 and 12 months' time, with interest and approved security. sired. This is to be a real sale with no definite protection to the seller and a positive guarantee to the buyer. I out-buildin- 25 Mules by-bid- Hardinsburg, Kentucky gs 70 Cattle Sale To Begin Promptly at 12 o'clock, Noon. Wednesday. October 10th. 1917 Arrangements will be made with Railroad Company to allow West bound train arriving at hardinsburg at 11:14 a. m., from Irvington, Ky,, to permit passengers to get off of train at the farm. I earnestly solicit, and invite all farmers of Breckinridge and adjoining counties, to attend this sale Wednesday. October 10, 1917. , Respectfully, I VIC ROBERTSON, CENTER VIEW Bro C. It. Uruingtou Monday night at Cayles. A. C. Pulleu went business Thursday. Hardinsburg, Ky. While Attending The LOUISVILLE CONFER- Mrs. Lucy Whitworth, West View Several from here mutored to Hardand Mrs Mammie Compton, McOaniel insburg Friday morning to see the soldwere here last week visiting. ier boys leave for Camp Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Kris LeOrand were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spencer motored ENCE OF METHOguests Sunday of Judge and Mrs. to Gai field Sunday to visit Jim Henry Dowell. Glasscock, Mrs. Spencer's brother. BradMr. Alva Bashamp and Miss Oilie DIST MINISTERS. Marr weie united in marriage, Thurs- leyMrs. Nettie Bradley and Bessie Camp went to Kingswcod Friday to day at the home of the bride, Itcv. meeting. Charlie Lawson oflicated. Mr. aud Mrs Leige Brite and Dr. Meet in Hopkinsville Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wood spent Sun and Mrs. J. C Tucker were guesss of Sept. 26, to Oct. 1. Bishop day with Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Willie Compton Sunday. Payne Murrah of Tennessee will Jim and Tom Gray were at Dyer HARNED one day last week erecting their fath Preside. preached last airs 1,011 i.regory spent last week in Hardin county visiting relatives Clarence Holmes and family and Mrs. BNM Walltrip, of Gays, 111 , are spending this week with his parents, Mr. and ... to Leitchtield on ... . . Country Fair Make Our Store Your monument, Mr and Mr, Sam Tucker and little Mrs. Paul Compton and chtldr were quests Hoplunsvllle, Ky., Sept. I The anson, Ilnrned, of Jet, Okla nual meeting of the Louisville confer- wen- guests Sunday of her father, Mr. of relatives lure last week. ence of the Methodist Episcopal church Jesse Macy. Mr and .Mrs J V Milner, of Mook, Miss Naucy J. Meadow, Kinnswood were South, will he held in this city, beit. guniU oi their granddaughter, Mrs. III have charge of the millinery depiug September 2(i, and iasting through-Octobe- r 0. M. Aklridgt, a few llayi hist week. B. Rtcbardton'l store. I. The conference was to artment at -. Tate left S iturdiiy to visit Milt hare been held in l'rinceton, Ky., hut Mr. and Mrs. D H. Smith and fami her .sister, Mrs. rank White, ami Mr. an agreement was reached whereby it ly and Miss Maud Smith spent Sunday Mr. Leonard May White in Illinois was transferred to Hopkinsville. as the guests of Mr. and Mrs Tom accompanied her to Louisville. Bishop Murrah, of Memphis, will Gregory. Mrs. Of! Vaiilnndinnliam and djIUgfa preside and more than three hundred Mrs. Bill Stiuuet and family were ter. Miss Mary, of Greencastle, Ind.. atpreachers and delegates will be in the week end guests of Mr and Mrs. were guests of her uncle, 1' I) Milner, tendance, these comming from all over John Stinnet near Hardinsburg. and fa::i!y last wee'i. the state except a portion of Central John O. Babbage, editor of The Mrs, Mary Pi e, of Hardinsburg, visit Kentucky which is in the Kentucky Breckenridge Newswas hereSaturday. ed Mr. aud Mrs H. II. Moorman, last conference, and the extreme western Mr. and Mrs. 1. B. Richardson and week. corner, which is in the Tennessee conference The city of Louisville is in children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs I. t, Milner, Mrs C M. Mrs. M. P. Compton of Hardinsburg. this conference. A idHdge and children were the dinner The sessions of the Conference will Ova Gray took a crowd to Lincoln guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. lv Tucker be held in the handsome new 75 000 farm Sunday. last Friday. church building which the Methodist s Mrs. Klizabeth Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Haswell and congregation has erected and which in Glen Dean last week. they took possession of last March. daughter, Georgia Mc, Mr and Mrs Several from here attended the camp The congregation is planning to en- L. D. Fox and two sons, Stephensport meeting at Kingswood last week. tertain the accredited delegates and were here Sunday J. Mi Butler and C. M Aldridge are in ministers free of charge in their homes They are carpentering at Louisville. and each day during the conference McDANIELS Camp Zachary Taylor. luncheon will be served at noon at the Miss Klniina Lyons was the week end church. Several from here attended camp guest of Miss Bessie B Weatherford L. A. Lampton motored to Big Clifty For any itchiness of the skin, for skin meeting at Kiugswood Sunday. Mrs. Mamie Compton is visiting her last Saturday returning Sunday. rashes, chap, pimples, etc , try Doan's sister, Mrs. Lucy Whitworth, West Ointment. 60c at all drug stores. View. Recruit Marries on Eve of Mr. Sam Davis Is very ill at this 11 , 1 rela-liue- er's Mrs George Holmes. Jesse Gregory and L. D. Cregury made a business trip to Leitchtield last Thursday. Bro. Moore tilled his regular appointment at Mt. GMcad, Sunday, Itiea Brcic Lampton went to Madrid, Wednesday, Mrs John Cahill was kicked by a mule last week aud two ribs were broken but i getting along uieelv. Bro. Green Cundilf is to begin his meeting at Little Union, Sunday. Headquarters! Wc carry at line of all times a complete LODIBURG Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Keys, Mr. Chas Macy and son, Willie, Mrs. II J. Blackburn and Mr. Ned Simmons were the dinner guests of Rev. I. C. Argabright and Mrs. Argabright, last Sunday, Hardware, Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Furniture, Floor Coverings Building Material. Everything to be found in a Hardware Store. THE QUALITY THE BEST first-class Mr. and Mrs Walter Adkisson and' daughters, Ruby and I'vn, visited Mr. and Mrs. Dick Avitt last week. Noah Shaw of Oklahoma, visited his sister, Mrs. I C. Argabright, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Hook, of Hardinsburg, visited Mrs. Hook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Avitt last week. Miss Myrtle leaeon went to Louisville, last Sunday, where she will gi t a position. Km.! Kronen and Mies Ida Bell Fcltiier were mairicd at the home of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs. Ileiuy Feltner, last Sunday. Rev. I C Afgn bright performed the ceremony Leaving tor Camp. Mrs Henry Gibson visited her sister, writing. GARFIELD. Mrs. I C Argabright, last week. Six of the soldier boys eft here Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Keys are receivMiss Georgia Duke Wilson and Mr. Thursday, for Camp Taylor. Mrs. Sarah Whitworth and son. Paul Boyd Jouett Keith were married in Har ing congratulations on the amval of a Dr. and Mrs. J C. Tucker motored dinshurg, Thursday, Sept. 20, I9I7 ::t little boy at their home, Sunday, Sept have returned from a week's visit in to Harned Thursday. Louisville. the home of Dr. W A. Walker in the , 19' Rev. J. K. Zad Allen was in McDaniels Friday presence of a few friends. Cliff Gray and Logan Butler, Custer Meng was the olhciating e'ergyman on business. were here Friday. The groom, who was one of the draftJ. E. Wilson was called Friday to see ed men from Several from here attended the "Patthis c&unty, left the folriotic" service at Hardinsburg Thurs- his sister, Miss Kffie Wilson who is at lowing morning to report at Camp Zachday evening. the point of death. ary Taylor for military service. , 7- - I rrices and batistaction buaranteed. Come in and let us show you how to get a $75 Talking Machine Free! Irvington Hardware Imple- GLEN DEAN ment Company. Kentucky. Irvington, WANTED!! Teams to haul ties irom Hud- - f sonville to Harned. Will pay good prices. Write or 'Phone 1 GREEN BROTHERS Falls of Rough, Ky. kev. J. K Meng has organized the B. P. II. with a membership of 37 young people The officers elected were: J K. Wilson, President; K. K. Moorman, Vice l'res J F. Moorman, Tieasurer; Miss Vera Cunningham, Kec. Sec ; and Miss Ruth Robertson, Cor Secretary. The School House was decorated and all the patrons were invited to the opening chapel exercises, Monday morning The teachers this year are Miss Cunningham and Miss Robertson, who are very capable. Mr. Akin Harper and Miss lv.nl Jones were uiurried in Louisville while there attending the State Fair. They returned home Saturday night and there was a host of friends out to meet them THE BERSAGLIERI. aud extend congratulations to the happy couple. This soldierly hut Is Cushioned ot Mr. Harper is the sou of Alee Harper black velvet, dashingly topped uith u and the bride is the daughter of Tom Spunish eoipie feather, set us the Hal Jones. ians wear them, and strapped with handsome gold tiruld, Just hue an ItalSubscribe For News ian ollii er'a cup. Y, ; JEWELRY It is 11 QOO0 if you buy it here. It costs no molt; and you have our us well us the article you buy. yuar-ante- e n Our guarantee insures the hih quality of your purchase, or its return if you hre not xitMied. I T. G. LEWIS, Watchmaker :: Hardinsburg, Ky. j The Try Us for Job Printing THE BRtCKENRIDGE .ions I) NEWS at oil I Vin flinr.li.iu in Inu'ti fpt ImMb of ii church cinco W.i MU L tlint tKiuii not Of it) h life- time, would get hungry for llie BABBAOI I diinr and Publisher sip. Wt looso. soinatblng If Wf ever hope OOMtblfK." lo have ppticc iinil world-whicipitiocracy, wp must give up our iiovs for nf nt ii few vein, but if 194 MTU 1)1 to kXJM our hutiinn rights Hiifl bp iiiIpH by uutocracy. thPti U 'Pp tho boys Ht homo. When you plant corn ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT. KY.. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER BflMfSM ittxl lor even liinir we I sh. "For trtTJthlnjI we jrnin, loo-c, wc irniti 26. 1917 EIGHT PAGES. SnWription price 1.M I e;ir; Mr fr 4 months: 75c for I months. Husincss Locals 10c per line and St for each additional insertion. TIip ppoplp of Htfdl burg optCl their tiparts and homes to thr who spent Thursday night there. One tPcruit remarked all that Iip bad tu do was to niPtit ion Ma wants and thpy wpip gnuifnl This will bp n swept memovv to the Iiovs whpn thpy arc far from recruit, Cards of Thanks over 9 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. ,5c bOfMi Obituaries charged for at the rate of Kxamine the label on your paper. per line, money in advance. If it is not correct please notify us. Wp teceivpd a card thp other day telling us our household was a member of the National Food Administration Hureau. We did not need a card to tell us this, all you have to do is to look at our tabh three times a day -- wc are helping to win the war. Mr. Charles W. Metcalf, of I'meville, Ky., died last Monday Mr. Metcalf was a prominent lawyer in Hell county and at one tim was editor of the Pineville Sun. The news of his death will be re gretied among his newspaper friends. your money in Planf Thus if thou wiU prove him dou-r-, .In (l woman's lore no fable He wiU hive Hire If a in an is able. Our Bank and Grow half K. B. a ear RICH Jlroietiing OU1 HOME HOYS. As thP fifty two men, who wprp splpctpd from our county to join the National Armv. came tiling in two by two at thp Patriotic meet inir. w' beard KM MM say, "Mv. but any country would bp proud of Ihoaa niPti!" And wp inMfitM this MUM thought must have MnM through thp mind of every one who attended. Yes, our county is exreedingly proud of thesp niPn and we cannot do enough to honor them. Wc truly rcaliz that they are giving up all that is near to them, home tips, fripnds and associates and if need- - be, will Mucrilice their lives on foreign fields in order that ths womanhood of America might be spared, and that this country might not tall into Hip hands of an irresponsible government. Not only are tbev going into the war to protect us but they will come to the rescue of the Allies for where would America be today hal not the Allie so stubbornly resisted the hand of the Ilollenzorn ! When we think of the high principles for which our country stands, is it without wonder that every American man is anxious to be a member Congress has done two good things during its recent session that the people will feel forever grateful. It has put a crimp in Senator Hill Stone, of Missouri, and Col. W. S. Stonewhisky, of Kentucky. Hpv. Meng, in his speech at the patriotic meeting, stated, "I would rather be a dead soldier on the battle fields of Kurope than a subject of the Kaiser In America." And we believe he would. !5 when you:plrnt something, you get something, when you plant nothing you know what you get. if you should sow a few dollars you'd get a crop in proportion to any other crop. you can spare a few dollars now and then why not fix for your old age with the money you will hardly MISS NOW. START A BANK ACCOUNT TODAY. COME TO OUR BANK The Hreckenridge News will look good to the boys from thi county who are in Camp Z icharv Taylor. Subscribe for it now to sen lo the boy who has gone from your homo. I THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG X TRUST CO. It has been predicted that wooden shoes will be on the market by Christina". We don't mind the wooden shoes, hut it is the chawk, chawk. chawk, on the old hard walks. We HARDINSBURG, KY. Total Assets Ouer $850,000.00 Offer You Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods Patriotic week is being observed in our Public school, Friday afternoon. Kvery home in town should be represented at this meeting. This is a most unfavorable season for the young debutantes pei tally so if they are not living near a training camp. es- - of the (ireat Army And now that our home boys are into this world war and there Remember the Country Fair in Irvington on Friday and Satur are more to join Intel on. may they be blessed in doing their duty. equally as brave as any other American day of this week. We know they will be brave, French, English or Belgian soldier. And when the time comes to go Last week there were many mothers who were Niobe, all teats. to the battle fields of France they will go without fHochinf, meet the en. mv face to face to face and light like Trojans. And when the The Thomas Parsons farm was sold at battle- - lire over, and the victory come-- , there will also co ne to the-- e Public Auction, Monday, by Master heroe- - that peace and self satisfaction nf knowing they have done FARM AND STOCK. I Commissioner Walls, for 11600. There what thev euaM for their fellow man. Alter all what greater thing Were 8 acres in the tract Charley Dar y. ru r?3t-?sb) tbere in life than to know you lire been true to Ilim and have all A Son, McDaniela, were the purlived according t the Uolden Rule. chasers. I. WANTED! 1 tjtmJ 75.000 Ii. Addison tells m tli.it he bought GALLONS Good. New the i '.ro-- s orchard fur t6o0 and sold 6o0 d, sold their Builey to Jones & Smith MR III - N. PAYS VISIT barnla of Room Btsotisa at $2..s'i to at ISO per 100 from the ground Hp, la.st v.i k an Mr. pent a day and night at the a barrel, besides Missal hundred bar a a- - h John Neviit is building a new barn. rels of cider apple, lie says there are His old barn was destroyed by fire some It aras his Ural visit in wo nil week-o- n hop- - witii Mm. Hudson. very few shipping; apples in the county account of his services as Chairman of the Board of Examiners for He haa bandied 2") ear loads of cider time ago. The Trust Department of the limk of He found everything at the hip-in apples aloag the main line of the Hen onto of the districts in Louisville. ami Trust Company dersoii Route. Mr Addison is a live Hardinsburg business improving. Mr. Hudson good working order and the sold last week the Taylor Mattinglv proud of his plant. Ii is his ideal of what he wants, and while wire and a hard worker. tana to Chas. Shaffer for $IS00, anil sold J M Rhodes ia bnitdidgs new home at public auction the Kmmett Horseley he has not yet perfected every unit, he is gradually working to thai farm on the new Garfield and Hardinsend. Recently he has acquired more ground from Mr. Oglesbv, and on his farm, near Webster. James Cray sold t'.oodmau & Hutler 4o burg pike to Brace Moorman, of Harned, with the canning plant property which he bought recently, he hopes heed of nice steers, average 750 pounds, foriS"i0. The Horseley farm sold in in the near future to make some more needid improvements m the price 7 cents. Among them were 38 head 1915 for filsO, then considered high but way of buildings and trackage which will give them much needed Black I'oles of Mr. Cray's own raising. the new pike makes it a very desirable room for the growing busiDCtaof the road. place. They were beautiful cattle. Master Mechanic Ferry reported the large-- t pay roll for last A. M. Mast, of Rosetta, sold Jones & Nobs l'ate sold Heard Brothers 17 month in the history of the shop-- . So Mr. Hudson is making good Smith, la.st Saturday, his cropof4o(0 lbs, steers and heifers last week for $ IO2O. his word to the people of this city that the -- hops would be bigger and of Hurley at $19 and one acre of Dark at He bought these cattle last year at $20 per head. Nobe will heabletobuy an $12 from the ground up. better than they ever were. i --- J. M. Morgan and J C. Curry, of C WILL PAY .StJ HIGHLST MtlKET PRICK! $ 5K 'MaHMaiMnHaH SMaaMiHaBBB. Contract and Information Mailed on Request Write at once as contracts are being mailed daily Mr. W. .1. OWKN. ha-lo- la the pasting away of the late Mr. W. st was near Planters Hall, our countV prominent men. While he is gone yet the inemorie- - of his life, oi his noble Christian Character, will abide with his family and friends forever. Mr. )w en was ii man who waa valuable to a community, lie believed in going forward. His ideas and way - of doing business were progressive and ha waa conscieatoui in his dealing with the other fellow. lie wa- - a great friei d to the Hreckenridge News, having been u constant subscriber and reader every since it was founded. On account of hi- - Inn ing had husines- - dealing- - with so many people, there was a large crowd of lympathiaing friends who came to their reaped and appreciatioa of tins man of such starling qoali-t,e- their fruits ye shall know them." And now why don't folks attend church ? The weather is neither t o hoi or to., e ld, the ueati are aa comfortable a- - they have at nasi any picture -- h ia ami they will bear a good senium and good inu-i- c Owen, whose bone one of its ablest and ino-- l .1. John Sipes bought 9O cents worth of beans, sewed them, and the other day hulled out 4 bushels Ceo. Manion, a deseendent of the .M anions who moved from this town awa back ill the fifties to Henderson, is S lUrceapful griver and farmer in that city He takes a lot of pride in his farming and told Charlie itabbage what he raised on a thirty acre field Said he soed tills piece ol ground ill rye last fill anil in tYic spring he turned 1(H) head of hogs on it for two months then let it mature anil thrashed JUO bushels which he sold for 2 per bushel. This is a tip tor Breckinridge county farmers to sow rye. A. V. Whit WOffth was on the Louisville market, last week, with 4 Jersey ItSSff that brought him f!6o. Rev. J. Duggins is pleased with his Says he has prospects for a good crop a line corn crop, a line potato crop and an abundance of fruit. Heard ISros. sold a car load of mules to a dealer in York, I'a at good prices , other river bottom farm if he keeps ing cattle at these prices. feed- S. ROSENBLATT, Hawesville, Ky. STEPHENSPORT Tboa. Smith, of Brandenburg, was in towu Monday. Mrs. VV. H. Gardner was iu Clover port Friday. A. V. Whtt Worth was iu Louisville last week. Mi-- s Ida Waggoner, of Hopkinsville, was the gueEt ot her brother, C. H Waggoner and Mrs. Waggoner, last week. J. Y. Bennett, of Louisville, vbiteal relatives here last week. Mrs. Sue Wedding and diiughlei, Mrs U. K. Bubenzer, ot Rome, Intl., were guests Wednesday of Mrs. Kugeue Conner. lift and Mrs. Jesse Menitt and ebll ilrcu left Sunday for New Albany to make their home. C B- Garduer, of Chenault, was the guest ot his father, W. B Garduer ami Mis. Carduei ' Satunlay. hfiii Tjtaa Pair as was the guest Baa day of Mr. and Mrs. John Gibsou, Deal S.iinpie. Mrs. Julius Sipple, ot Irvington, was the guest 01 her sieter, Mrt.. W. C. Clieuault, Friday. John K Barbet left for H irdinsbuig Thursday, going from there Friduy m irniug to Camp Taj lor. Mrs. Richard MeAlee, Jr., attended the funeral sen Ices ot Herbert Jolly at (JuIm Star Tuesday. Mis. Hick Cox, of Uuiou Star, was the week end guest of Mrs. O. C. Shell man. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mattingly entertained the yuuug folks Saturday. Quarterly meeting was held at the M. (continued ou page 5) vfe Be Ready For An Opportunity One often hears, "If I only had a little money I could make a fortune. " Why not be ready when op- portunity knocks at your door ? Plan to place in the bank a certain percentage of your salary or business profits. Then when the main chance you'll be ready for it. comes along Preparedness your barn should bttTQ with all that line crop of Tobacco, are you prepared for it? See sr TOM APPLES! Ben Davis. It $4.00 per barrel, m m sfe - . ffl T mil w choice to fancy. Good to choice, $3.75 per barrel. F. 0. B. Guston. Begin picking Oc- Banking in every form. tober 1st. all kinds of m Insurance. hire, Lightning and Tornado. i Do It Now. r. The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. ft 1)1 Ky i ML'niih Route I. Irvinfton. a f Subscribe for The News The Breckenridge News WBDNRSDAY, Hut. r. .1 'i' r.i sr. st ttm97&itttt7&!& 8RPT, '6. 1917 at the I'nsl OrfllcratCliiverport. Ky is hit. mi i'Iw in a 1 r FOR FOREIGN THE Fall Millinery I I Classified I ADVERTISEMENTS RATE u lc Pur Wnni Each Iruertion HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED ' ADVERTISING OY NllTK Ailii'M tlf, II, .illtor vheri von w.,111 "tvi rtisemein lUeont In'ieit V Don't Be Weary of Well-Doin- y all I GENERAL OFFICES AN I 1:1) NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITiF" Mm FOR For For For For POLITICAL AHiNOUNCLMFNTS lut I rood sin.ng farm kwawtnsnMrtl nt one . Wage Imfn ro li. per iu. .nth. loafd and washing R. B 'i.iri r. M am 1 How, Iowa, Rnie No WANTED Vim in mi (oaf al boasc e Sl. 1: while i'I II I.A in right. fuN Irvl gloa Kv MKN WAM'KH Keep up the tun work nt "t anninp, JTOU can" as long as the Fruit ami agctablci last. E. n f 3 50 Precinct unit city Officea County Officea I 5.00 15.00 State anil District Offices 10 Culls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interest of Individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line lvANTEifr A Cordial Invitation is extended to you to be present at my I 1 WANri.n You ui maka extra money tv renting 1ti.it. aparr riHim or vour Vica.nl linns., t.v ni.'iiii :i Watt Ail. II HI:K CKKJ4RIIX1E NJSWB 111 I V. We have a new supply of Z. Jars in pints, quarts and half-gallo- Atlas sizes. & SALE FOR 8 A LI pure hrecl J. F. Sealing Wax and Rubbers. nins: Ky, Train Schedule on The No. No. L, H. & St. L. 1917. 10:11 R'y. A A OPENING 1 Wednesday. September 26. 1917 4I it. IV. anaf ine netaesi . unirtmmea I snapes I.IkIii foot Daran now anil sl Cloverport. Voaasj para hrva Daroc hoaa. Two boars ; irllts; liefimler stork. IVill gn es fin i shed Hunk Miittlnirly, TbrCaa tie, (.'loverport, Ky. olt sm.io Effective June 17, MS i 1 .ulvei. Ri KOIt SALE- - four wraded Pole Annus huh I). S. Murks, Aililison, Ky. KOR SALE lot of icood Milk Cows aril Hros.. Ilarillnsl urn, Ky A 1 Arriving Ixulnville will leave Clover-porArriving lrilnirton Arrlvlnir Louisville No. 14rt will leave Clover .ort Arrlvlnir Irvlmrton Arriving oulsvllli144 t 1 EAST HOtJNI) will leave ClUMIiUfl. ArrUIrm Irvlmrton tiff I 7:40 13:15 P. 4M P 50 Y 5:0H 5:.M A A, T:25 A. f, BORfALI M aera far IN aem iartli ao aeea in ipoa timher; balaaea irii hillside anil; well wntered:.) rooin d willlnu-- ; Kouacco ana stork barnai tine tobacco ami and situ it id oa Bain Hue of llcader-sowheat Route price mri fur. her Informa lion write Tin- Brerkei rid e Ni wm, Clover port, Ky. New Gallon Molasses Buckets for the sorghum makers WKST BOUND No. 141 MISS EVELYN HICKS Cloverport, Ky. Arriving Evansvlllc Arriving St. Louis will leave Cloverport Arriving Arriving wi nsboro No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owenahoro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis 14T will leave Cloverport No. ArrlvlngOwenshoro Arriving Henderson No. 143 Hiiwi-svlll- will leave Cloverport Arrlvlnir owcnstioro Arriving Henderson 10 57 A 12 mi 14:5S P .. SWtET C LOVER rv .1 i1' r ;!!,'.. J. C. NOLTE & BRO.ifj CLOVERPORT, KY. r 1:23 :.io v 7:45 1' P '.) Saffiaf Sa i SS "M "M SSitf fitf ffitf !tf jfi inrs and prices on ri tiaaat, JOHN A. SHFFHAN. R. t. initialled. Clrrn- - m Falmouth. Ky. :00 5T II I 1 :00 A P. f ..1' A 2:17 A. 7:40 A. (1:30 A. 7:4BA. 0:00 A r Local Briefs Church and Society Notes. Gathered for our Busy Readers. Pari Lewis was iu Moole'yville for the weekend. W II. Bowmer was in Louisville last week on business. Hot lunch at the Delniouieo Restaurant on Wall street. Mrs. Lizzie Qtir is In iCvan: ville vis itiiiK Mrs LtOVI jov. Best line of .shuts at reasonable prices. Sippel's SI'.oe Store Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Lou Isville, were bara Wednesday. Hunt up the DelmonlcO Restaurant when yon come to Cloverpot t. When in need of good winter shoes, aee the shoe man Conrad Sipple. Mrs V. Q. Babbawe is at Bewieyville to see her mother, Mrs. Sae Foote. Mrs. A. N. Couch has returned home after a visit with friends in Owensboro, Miss Bertha Trumbo, of Hawesville, was here Thursday the guest of friends. Dan Heiser, of Evansville, was here Sunday the guest of Miss Kathleen Crist. Mrs. J. N. Cordrev has millinery for anv and all occasions. Our stock is complete. Miss Jeannette Burn spent Saturday and Sunday in Louisville with Mrs. Leslie l'lank. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Keys, Lodiburg are happy over the arrival of a son, Sept. 22, 1M7. Dark brown lace shoes, the latest styles for women can be found at Shoe Store. Sip-pel- 's Mrs. Harry Newsom was in Louisville Wednesday to see David Warlield in the "Music Master." Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop and child ren motored to tiled Dean Sunday and spent the day with relatives Harry Weatherholt, of Kldon, Mo. is home on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weatherholt. Miss Margaret and Irene McUary went to Louisville last week. Miss Irene will enter Sacred Heart Academy. J. Birni Severs and sou, Hugh Barret Severs, spent Sunt! i in Chenault the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. WRITE US TODAY FOR PRICES ON Leitch, Jr., andSallie John Leitch h ive returned to their home in Bon Avon, Penn. They were accompanied by M's. Li itch's mother, Mrs. Rebecca Has Permanently Located In Hardinsburg. Lighifoot. Dr. Chas. l.ightfoot wcrt Office in Masonic Building former!) occupied with them as far as Louisville. br Dr. H. E Roralh C. Dutschke, Louisville returned nome Monday. He was the week end guests of his grandmother, Mrs Rach-ae- l Miss Edna Davisson, of Blackwell, De lernette, Hardinst urg . He is a Dealer In; Okla , motored here from Owensboro Miss line voting mau, only I7 years o!il and a last week and was the guest of graduate of the Louisville High School Zivola Kramer. and has a position with the L. & N. at Mrs Nat Basham, of Sample, Mrs. Pi h and Broadway. Business Solicited IRVINGTON, KY W M. Gilbert and Mrs. Blanche Dtil J. Floyd Carter came home last week mm. of Stephen.sport, are visiting Mrs. from Chicago to vi-his mother and Horace Gilbert. si ttr, Mrs. Ca ter and Miss Margaret Mr. and Mrs. C. B. C.irden, Pofdf Carttr, before having lor Camp Z .chvilie- went to Louisville Saturday. Ml ary Talor. Mrs Carter will rem on in Ciriien had a load of cattle follorlnj Chicago until her husband Is perma ' nently stationed in camp when she will him for good luck. rhfl nld t '1ms. Tiiiius liiiitu' goto the citv r.eai'st where he is in ' d ;md their Mr. and Mrs. MMjlb) l training. ti ad, known :i the Ml. Joseph children weie the gate I of Dr. John Mrs WiOkUffTa Dl .Haven gave a sew Vimyard and Orchard Farm, Kincheloe and Mrs Kineheloe la Harin party Wednesday aftarnoon in bon din burg last week. or of he: si,ier, Mi-- - C .nie May Bon 2s aCrai mile; from Hu t station; See Firclsville I'laning Mill Co s ad- net , of rami who hi Rare mile from Ohio river; 0 loom dwel to spand uttr of wire and nails in this a vertisement eral weeks TRl invited guevts WOftil ling; I loom ten ant house; large ue. They can save you money. Send Mrs. Shelby Conrad, Mis-- s Martha stock ham; I large fruit house with them your order uow. Willi-- , Claudia Pate, leatiette Burn cellar IgajO ft ; I large tobacco barn I large sheep li Irene J.irboe has icturned home Lanora McOivock, Tula B.bbage. irn; plenty stock water; Pay na and Mildred D Bbbage. fruits of all kinds; farm ill good state after an extended visit iu Minneapolis, of cultivation. Minn , with her brother, John Will tall On right kind Those who attended the patriotic of terms. J irboe and Mrs Jarboe. For oriies and particulars meeting in Hardinsburg Tuursriav night Call on or write Miss Ida White has returned home were: Mr anil Mrs. David Phelps, Mr. she has been and Mrs. J. Raleigh Meador, Dr. Jesse from Memphis, where C. A. TINIUS, spending several months with her niece, BaUCUin and Mrs. Haucttm, Miss Ray Heyser, Miss Edith Burn, Miss Mildred Mrs Edwin Bell and Mr. Bell. Babbage, Miss Esther Payne, Miss Stephensport, Kentucky Mr. and Mrs Frank C. English have Grace Pauley, Miss Ruth Chambliss, traded in thei old Studebaker car for a Miss O'.a Fallon, Mrs. Duncan Pate, Mi. stunning I9I8 model Studebaker. The and Mrs Joe Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. bedside of their fath cr, Raphael Weth body of the car is in the newest color, Bishop, Mr and Mrs. Gat field B.irden, ington, whose condition is not improvid m troon. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hamby, Dr. Ernest Miss Jennie Hardin has returned to Mrs. Ira D Behen and daughter, Wedding and Mrs. Weddi.,g, Paul Holt. Miss Grace Plank Behen, are in Lewis, Wilbur Chapin. Andrew Ashbv, little Mrs Joe Headden, of Louisville, was Pittsburg, Kas.. the guests of Mrs. Willie Seaton, Jess Hall and Kuther 011 the hill last week shaking hands sister, Mrs. U C. McDonald and Pate, W. A. Roll. with friends Dr. McDonald. Mrs. Davidson, sister of Mrs Prank Mr. Noah Shaw, We it Tulsa, Okla. MILL ITEMS Storms, of Oklahoma, is here the guest Mrs. A Mrs. Alex Rhodes, Raymond, Of their sister, Mrs Henry Haltingly, of Kej s and son, Theodora Kev, Lodi-burnear town. .Mrs. Clyde A, Lilly and children, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurine and Sarah, enroute home iu M. Fitch Monday. Miss M..iv Perkins expects to go to Cloverport should now be ont: of the Dallas, Tex. After spending the sum- Louisville for a visit to her sister. Mi-- . most Patriotic towns in the state. Show mer ill Mich stopped to see relatives in A B. Simpson. Miss Perkins may retown, Thursday They were the din- main awhile and Ind employment in bv attending the Pal vour patriotis riotic meeting at the school building, ner guests of her uncle, K II. Pierce, sewing tor the soldiers. called to see Mrs. Tisher in the Friday afternoon 3 o'clock. Mis. Hi lary Hardin spent last W ed and with Mr and Mrs. C. W. Sat. aoaday in Holt with Mrs. Zack Hardin. Bertha Miss Lelia Tucker, Miss terheld, took supper at Utf Satteilieid Cms Brown, ol Hardinsburg. was in Trumbo and Mr. Norman Gregory mohome and left for home on the midnight town Thursday. tored to Hardinsburg Friday naming train. witli Mr. Bernard MorrUon who dt p As soon as Mrs Henry Oreenwell can Miss Margaret kyan, of near Cloverfor Camp Z ichary Taylor. leave her father, Sir. WathingtOO, she Mr. and Mrs. k. L. Ball, Mr. and port. has been the- guest of Mrs Simon will join her husband in Illinois, where they will make their home. Mrs. J E. Ball and Miss Blon lena Hall, lieaviu. of Wolt Creek, motored heie Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ilea Dawson, of Louis Mr and airs Steve Carman and chil and were the guests of Mrs. Ella Jor- villi', spent seve ral d.i vs w ilh their par dieu, from the country, visited ralativaa dan. Miss B ill rem lined for everal e.ils, Mr and Mrs John Dawson ill town last week. Bays to vi. it her sister, Mrs. Jordan. Mr Simon Ileal in has purchased a Mr. and Mrs Robert l PWlOa and1 player piano, which alfords much pleas- Pierce! ura to tha family and is much enjoyed tlieir clllldien, Misses Jeall-ttand Auua Duncan Pierce CMM WOBl by the Qeigh bora and visitors Continue from age Paris, III., to spend a fewdas with Mis Cotlatta Tanl, of Tali City, lad,, Mr. Pierce's parents, Mr. and Mis R Mi Paul Walhington, of Hnrdlnaburg, K chinch Saturday dfantf B. I'ieice, b.forc going to their new Golan Wcthiiigtoii, of Caiiuelton, Iml. was earvad oa laa gronada, home in Mattomi, 111 and llliner WathingtOO, of Alton, III , Mis. RuaaaU Tfalkar ilHadart iImmhI Mrs Jno Leitch and children, John 1 those living iu town are at the at Hites Run Sunday. Mrs. J. M. Cordrey has BO IV on dis play, smart models in autumn millinery She invites joii to call and in. pect her line. Mrs. Fred Ferry and daughter. Miss Annie Murray Ferry, of Louisville spent the wetk end with Mr. and Mrs Will Pate. Dr. R. L Stephenson DENTIST McGlothlan FALL GOODS! We luivo just received our Kail Goods und Jour attention to our nice line of R. B. tall Second Hand Goods Iff Iwto, lm tyt Mini Suits and Men's Odd Pants l! Bwatifal Line of I Dress Goods. Ginghams. Cheviots. Flannels it - Farm For Sale OUR LINE OF SHOES for 1MB, lints women is rlfrht pricei riffhl "n -- tylos nnd 3j All Low Cut 1 5a Full In Line of Shoes go at 25 per cent Reduction Fruit Cans and Stone Jars All Sizes ' Full Line cf School Supplies oVpartmonl you will Ind anything yon want nice- Mf fop prices for all eonnlry ( 'iill ami produOP, MM us. I 8 : jv ' ui grocer al lata lioht Mi--- s Ka-th- I R. W. JONES. :: Glen Dean? Ky. fcwtwiaiWi Wholesale Prices on Wire and it hi I Wi- - Imve just ncaiatd eat land of Wovan Wira Paaciaa, Bniaad Wire :iuil Nails, and lire to iiialct- - you attractive prices. We iitoti- you our special prices, as follows, f. o. I,., I'orilsville, Ky. ' BARBED WIRE point, at if2 yO per spool of So roils. Light llo', 1 point, at j 00 per spool of Ho m.ls. Heavy Cattle. 2 point, at f. 09 per spool of 80 nxls. Heavy IIi'K. I point, at 14.01 per spool ol o roils. 2 's l,ifbl Cattle . g Smooth Fence Wire (in 100 pound Bundles) (lalvanizcd No n al 5 oo Galvanised No loal ?i vS per bdlc, Anaaalad No 10 it . .',s , per bdla AancaMed No 10 .it .( ii) per li per k NAILS (full keg prices) joD, .). .1) and 60U Common al 10D Comuiun it I4. ifl per ktfl M Common al W pel Uej; 61) Common al 14.30 per keg i.n Ca my il i Ij pat key 20I ), 10 , per key 11 si) Caaing at attet-1100- 11 ..l 11 $4 35 per 2,'i pel Casing at aj) Vim at gf.ao pat ahiagla al 14 S per 11 bag keK bag bag .use Send us Your Urder Today. We will irt-e- d Taint at make prompt shipments. Do ol Delay farniah yon oar apceial brand f pure l.ca.l ami a 16 per gallon, Freight Paid lo your Railroad Station. Wi can Fordsville :tke Planing Mill Company rordivilla, Ky, aaaatamwaaaaaagaaajfcaal Incorporatad ilion, Manager. STEPHENSPORT Save Your Eyes They are so necessary to comfort that if you knew more about their limitations, jou would take better care of Pianos and Player Pianos Twenty good second-han- d pianos. Special bargains while they last. Samuels-Bltt- el The Buying Your Coal Now ffi at 15c delivered. ORDER NOW. James J. Burke, Proprietor City Coal Co., it insures you against a ihotttgt this Winter. We are sellinir Basket Screened Lump Will not save you but I little money, yet Music Co. OWENSBORO, KY ttors that Made Oaentboro Musical" 106 W. Third St. Mrs. H. A. Dutschkewis the week end guest of relatives at Irvington. Mi. and Mrs. J H. Morgan, Mrs. W. l C. Cheuault, Mrs. K. K. Blaine aud McCoy motored to Kiugswood Sun day. frioadi of Mr. and Mrs. James N. Alsop received cards announcing the birth of a son, Jatn-- s N. Alsop, Jr , on September II. Mrs. Alsop was Miss Jennie May Hlaek betoru marriage. Rev. C. H. lii :.n. left Tuesday for Hopkinsville to attend the annual Con. Or-vo- them. better let us make your glasses The Ball Optical Company ROBT. J. BALL 613 FOURTH AVENUE tercuce. LOUISVILLE. KY. Directory of Cattle and Hog Breeders of iireckmriuge County Planters Hall Stock Far, Glen Dean, ay Van I. I 10 Ai . lock Farm Tiff! HOWARD NpOJN I M FARMS H0W1R0 S SON. Prop. P Polled Dui ham Cattle. China Hogs. Short ' Cattle. Hampshire Sin Have won 1000 Glen . an. y. Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs o Durham a d Shorthorn Dun c Jersey Hogs Hampshire Sheep MbtMM at Stun Past l'ive Years r In l eaf Tobacco Glen Dean, Hardinsburg, Dealert In - Ky. Valley Home Stock ham. W Tl ()S- - O'Dqnoghuc Hock Chitkcns J OWEN a SOU. c ...,. Oea'er in and Bftortoi of 1 Beard Bros. Ky. HarrJinsbdrg, Ky., Route Poland China Hcgs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle Polled Shorthorn and Durham Callle. Po la d China Hogs and Plymouth Live Stock and Hardinsburg. Ky., Route 1 Tobacco ORCHARD HOME FARM Proprietor G. P. MAYSbY, BMiEDER OP j This Space For Sale This Space For Sale 2. Registered Duroc Jersey Kogs, llardinjburjf. Ky.. Route This Space ForSale This Space For Sale This Space For Sale This i Icture Is reprinted from the famous "TanUc 'f wins" advert isement which hits caused so much comment everywhere. MriMl publications have aMMIelieil il M h remarkable photo of p typical American family. Seldom ' does' an artist catch audi hnpp PNMrilM in a whole In in il t. A recent ami MMMcal hook on "Motherhood Cure ot Babjr1 had it an a froutiepiece. through one courtesy. Ordinarily the la ii lac publicity stair1 to cMvlBca Kwluckiaiu tfow not t of TunluC viitnea by QOotiHI people However, (Ida family In oilier aUMaaj lives ju.it acrOM the river in Ctltcltl- Kentucky neigh bora will ho unti. hen interest "d in tin mother's story. j Mrs. Itewcy, who lives at 1512 t'ut-te- r street, Cincinnati, aaid: "Ymt know how much noise twin hoya can make? Well, whan Krmik ami John were ahoiit six months old I lie gan to suffer from these nervous aptlls When they wore ahle to crawl nroninl Majd to fo nearly MMf al the floor, had In Often the noise they iiihiIv go into another room. "I endured this lor more limn n year because aotbhtl MMMd to help me. I ..o.. M nervous and inn down that I lost My np elite and couldn't eut got thin much. I vvhh never hungry. tier and thinner until both my InaadOHd and mjweif became worried nhoiit RtJ COUhin'l seem to give Hm health. eblidrvM III cure the.V reeded. didn't I 1 1 I 1 have the strength. am slroag again weight. Now, however. and am gaining 1 "After taking Tnnlae for a month uir nerves became quiet. Now when the children fret or get noisy It doesn't seem to iiiset me Ilka it used to. My uppetite and strength havo come buck. I eui niore tbnn I used to and never have any trouble with my stomuca." For Sale at W r doing's Drug Store, Cloverport. Ky. New American Marching Tune Philadelphia Choirmaster Writes Rousing Setting For One Of Our Old and Popular Songs. Visitors to the Rattle Hymn of the Republic. 4 : : LOR!-'- . I f JtTLlA WAU Ho-- , e 1 DAIRY ill Willi Smril . Country Fair oom-h- HAITI MAKING GERMANY PAY May Seize $20,000,000 For a Debt of $20,000. REVENGE MANY YEARS LATE Diplomat Recalls How Little Nation Was Humiliated at the Hands of the Kaiser and How She Now Finds Har-aeIn a Position to Collect the Debt With a Tremendous Rate of Interest. lt hy Haiti revered In explaining lomatic relation! with Germany, Bolou Mimios. Mail hm minisier to the I'niled States, dlacl sed an IntorooHm bit of diplomatic hi lory, lie ibowa how tho kaiser la hetUI forced to pay tin; penalty lor mis of unwarranted f rightfulness cotnnaittod against the republic of Haiti t Wettty years nso. In iceuiber, 1Mi7, when Mr. Menus wan BjlHiotat lor forolgu affaire, tho German oaaporaf forced Halt to pay IMMW ami humiliated the nation by for in pi.i'usc mid rcrcuioni.il apOlo gies under threat of bouibardliieut of the National palaea und the Uy of l'ort uu Prince by Qorauin warablpo, Now Haiti may foTCO the kataof to pay Qeraiau linanclal ki in return. jiteieall in Haiti BMke it easy lor this sun to he collected, it is explained. German Attacks Poiice. The trouble between (iorinany and Haiti atarted uu Sept. lm, imit. arhoa Count Silnverin, the tjerumu barge d'affaires, came to Mr. Menus to protest ngalnel the arrentl by the Haitian poih e of a Herman named ICinilo Ludera' raoebnan, Dorleua Presume, had been caught stealing When the police might 10 arrest him the UOrman attaekeil the police and nun Uaaaolf arretted. C'OUUl Schvverin did not deny the Justi e of the nets of tho Haitian but took the stand that no German should be made anicnul.le to the law for oidinar.v people, especially if Hm Qoraaaa happened to bo a man of l.udeis' standing. Mr. MoeaM told Count Sehweiiu that be would do everything possible lu protect l.udeis' rights, but thut ie could not disregard Haitian laws n aleon while La out uu inv estigutioii. dera wus tried und found guillv and Has hentemed to imirisoumellt. Count Schwerln deuiuuded a new trial, with the immediate release of Appreciating the menacing attitude of the Herman diplomat, Mr. Mono arranged for u new trial at once. Wakena President Sam. Later Count Schwerin, in the full inn form of a uhlan, galloped up ty tho luiw dip- .; ii Lu-de- rs ' peri. palace alter President Sam had retired and demanded nu audience. demand frniu The count prOOOUted tho kaiser for the iniinediule liberation of I.uders. tin dismissal of (he p;d.e who laul sentenced him and the punish meat Of all tho police instrumental in bringing altonl his arreat. "In the uaii!" of my SUgM4 master will nail until the Kmpei'iu W illiam. tomorrow UOOU for my reply.'' the count said upon leaving, The Haitian authorities WOTO nfctoiiud c.l by this action. It was dlploaaathl naajaj for any foreign dldomal to com mtiiiieale with the president through the minister for foreign affair, ami MeUOM felt deeply hurt. Ilnl the Haitian leaders saw Ihedoin- lueertng tactics awpluycd by l lie goeernasrnl and reMgiiharil tin; Haitian peoi!e were nlolutely at the Tho Atuerieuu inercy of tlofmniiy, minister, Mr. I'ouell. a; utbora ceiin-elethe releaae of l.ttde-ras the t r i - oiT lest means of sliiviu:.further iron-'do- . It was known (.'"iinnny had atfs oral cruisers in ni'.l.ieent waters und Ibat any pretext WOtthl be aetaed to advertise QorMH aillltarbtnt, New Ultimatum Accordhulv the lla'tian Rtltborltlaa owed to I lei ninny's u'liteal'iin. and Mr. Menus informed Count S l.werin The count unV'htliy drcbtred the Incident closed, but Wllhill a lew hours ho received another cable rruui "bis niustei" which eanaed htm to FWno post haste to Mr Menu.; He had been UfoMUtUrO in ncC0ttUU Haiti's agreemeui to the ultimatum, he explained A new nltlmtltUM hud just arrived, it demanded to Lwfera, an attreonM'nl by I Italtl lo giro him d'o'iul piillencs, an oajt onj by Haiti to the empeiot and ceremonial public apology to blnjooif (Cottnl Schwerini by the president. This put mallets in a new light, for Haiti could not agree lo pav Indcnv uily lor carrying out lis own h.ws without bnnll'aibig Itaelf be ffire lit own people mid before the wutht, While these delil eiatlons were nolng on Count lenwefln In fill natal Mr Melius that he was gulug aboard u Oaf an vvurship and would be heard from Inter, on inn. g tin tlornjuin warhlM Charlotte ami stein arrived ut l'ort nu I'rluco cleared for action a note came from Couui Sehwenn ay big thut diplomatic relations between HoTHtany and Haiti were Vered and would remain severed until Haiti replied lo older which the nov er iment would tret fnajnj the imperial naval oiuuuimler. Thiels, on hoard the Charlotte Four houra wete given Haul to comply. Alter thut "coercive measures" Would he undertaken by the warships Churlottc and Stein. Haiti yielded, but bus h. nil. ued thuugbta of revenge tver since. 1 ticr-uian I S-nt .w-upny-me11 ; I'et tbo whole herd, yom ami old. 'I line is haul cnall in kind attention. Willi tolling crops and aonie grain the dairy herd shoald maintain a profitable pradw (ion. There MM be no ptoflt lu letting lbs heiil run down when the pastures become dry or short. Keep the onlves in clean out of the hot Kim. People BOeBO vv llllug to pay any price fi r good butter, but poor butter Is hard to sell at any price. There is nl ways going to be a p nee In the market for good, Butter, pure dairy products. I limn, milk and cheese will always be In demand If the quality Is right. UjUOf-leffl " 1. Jf S burouiwd rovwof Meal; S. IlinvereaJ i, II r .'i' ; RvftJ 'hatruuiMittlutihaU nsvrer otil rotroa; thaaaa, llie 'vh 'v of ike U - uvtlJIiriw wiaporu t. In 2. I have aMa Haa in tk I : t Bhe ieaWieoiaVii K w'u trapl,wrUui of UuLord; of aiiM ofth oundrWnrtliMOnip frr Are requested to call at our place of business and see our line ot Groceries, Hardware and Paints, and il trampling out v,a t.niM ...I Him "As ye deal with my ,a H. C 31 .. ins nut With a clo - ry in H Tl. tin Ugn wher tha frane "f wrath are stored; He hath in 'tha rven- - lave dews and damns. I can an .l - tar to with you my graoa shall deal ' Let the t ili.i lircrts.il' men be - foru Ilia teat O be you and me; As He that tram Hit th ladi-men- J " I make our place your home for the day. We want to see you and shake your hand. MR. SUTER, f aj Manager, 'T rit. iSiriet lim fa4a4 SUMMER CARE '5 McGlothlan marching marching marchjng marching on. on. on, OF SHEEP. For Disease Flock Sho lid Be Watched and Have Abundant Pasture. The present world shortage of wool und meat should he tut incentive to ghro the loch of sheep extra MM and attention during the prone rg year, mm state college. Tbo the Pennaylrnnbi pasture should he arranged for the greatest supply of feed. The sUM that are to go to market lu the full sbnalil produce the muxiuium uuiount of iooee and incut at tho least expen- dittire of money, As soon us the weulber is wurru enough the entire flock of sheep should be dipped twice ut tut interval of two weeks. Any of the standard dlsinfeot- unts may he used for this purpose. This treatment will rid the sheep of ex-- ' loos'd the fateful lightning of His ter-r- i ble swift sword, His truth read His righteous sentence by thodiiuaudflarioi; lamps, His day He - ro.born of woman crush the serpent with His heel. Since God Mm, my soul, to answer Him! be ju - bi Innt.my feetl Our God died to make men ho- - ly. let us die to make men frec.W bile God ii marohing ia is is is on, on. &8on Irvinglon, : Ky. L. C. TAUL T Chorcs Glo m Glo - I.I. - ry! ry Hal le - lu - jah! r - V v rTf ; I.I... rGlo - ry! Glo - ry Hal - la - lu Jahl U : i vr--rn Insurance Office 1- Cloverport, Kentucky hire, Lightning lor- nado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health 1 i Protect Horses From Fliss. Disinfecting the stablea with coal tar d ps will go a long wuy toward protecting Hie borsea from flies. Clean the aiublca every day lu hot w outlier. - Farm Journal. on. Hal-lGlo-rGlo-rlu - jah! His truth is marching on The flock should have plenty of good I il during tho entire summer. iiasturo . The iMabg should have a separate fced-- I -- ' -4 r r bag plusie, where they can be supplied with it small amount of grain. When the luuihs lire weaned they should be Copyi jiit, 1917. by Ralph Kinder. Copyright aasiQnad, 1917, to J. Fisoher and Bro. Old Reliable Companies placed on u clean pasture, where no sheep have been pastured during the v. season, or on a held seeded to some KlNOKIt, fo timny MM in? nie Iilcb is iisso. luted with otlic. Vet It will sound as RaUaPB forage crop. Clean pggtllM is nivea und illre.tor ut llol.v accuhir words. well in a church as in community sinksary to avoid trouble with internal Trhilty rlmrch In . 'aaj Siing or upon the hl;;hwuy. for, while the parasites. und MMMg net has iirepured u In feet iotts spirit, It has u dc Htnry Trtnt U w. Trent music hits P I. Dals If the sheep show signs of MMMM tlntr of "The llutlle BfWS M tho voiionul quality us well. ahagghW they should be treated for whicai thoiie vvlio have hoard The uim of ho uulhor was to pro stomach worms. Tho gasoline treat1b buiind It M to make itself In a ment is the simplest. Keep the sheep short time widely known and popular. duce n tune that should have plenty of off feed for twelve hours. Hive wich In an editorial In the Outlook rec ently Are und swing and still be so fundaItI. mil. u dose of live ounces of conr'a Lyman Abbott made a forceful state- mentally simple us to recommend milk, half a teaspoonful of gasoline ment of the desirability of a setting aelf to the uveruge musicul capacity ami a tublesiHionful of raw linseed oil. of "Tlic Buttle Hymn" thut should be In tula aim he has emphatically sucDouble the dose for muture sheep. distinctive and appropriate on chun li- ceeded, as any one who hears the Livery, The treatment should bo related three ly us well as ou seculur putrlotlc MM music la aware at once. consecutive duys. Another version is for brass band or elous, and to Philadelphia friends reSave every lamb dropiod. Make orchestra, and thla waa employed with cently Uishop Brent expressed his feelthat nil have been docked. Cas- ing thut the setting to "John Brown's great effect by Victor Herbert und his : Ky. Especially notetrate all mule lambs thut are not to be Body," us used In the great cominemo-rutiv- orchestra recently. kept as lotus for breeding. Suvo all servh u at 8t. I'uul's. in London, worthy lu this Instrumental version, mmmmmHmmmmHmmmsem the good ewe lambs for breeders uu when the bishop preached, did not which precedes the refrain of the vocal they will be in demand during the next comport with the solemnity of the oc- version with a stirring Instrumental few years. Market all the surplus casion. Thut sentiment has been ex- man Ii. Is tho resolute anil inspiring luuihs ua soon as they are ready to be pressed by uiuuy others entitled to uu use uf tho trombones und the tubu. marketed. Tuku cure of the breeding opinion. Mr. Kinder reveals hlms if here u ATTORNEY flock so that it will bo in condition In The new melody, which may be sung master of the art of employing the Oet my Rates for Collecting Notea and breeding. Keep a check on by many voices In unlsou or by solo brasses, even in he Is a scholar uf lou the fall for the breeding to make certain that all voice with the chorus upon the refrain, exporieiM .. in the expert hurdling of Mortgages by Suit in the Circuit Conrt. the ewes are bred. haa all the awing of the original march volcee. Cloverport. atentocky y e , ternal parasites. r Insurance. m llHntlr'' I I Hardinsburg Livery Feed and I cor-tul- n Sale Stable Hardinsburg, e j V. G. BABBAGE r 4- - READ! WATCH FOR! READ! YCUR PRESENT TO THE MA- - niNE. DriMake your iicv!'iit fo f ll. M ns compact mill fluruh'e II - Louisville. Henderson & St, Louis Ry, Co.7 THE GIRL WHO WAS A SOLDIER BOY How Hazel Carter Went "Over i i lo. ( i la i in- inn rill icrlc:i "i;i T.2re" With Pershing's Division lime lat 'il Ideal tlio urn's of tiio flgbtliig man. The In) II. nit tMtlga mi' t lose ImH the i.ni.ne ni ninll.v iu tries i:iin the iiciniion iiirtui lakes for iMit'ilit;i ;i null snap, I.. "Is, Match Ismcu, nteei water haohril mlrrae, utt miiy ertletea Hint stand c pn ure In the 'i'lioiiuli her l Of vnliip. of ti ml ipi.tlity, I hi y should not ba aspani4t u, aa rack Bittetee aw frtnawilj ic t. flat Mag hraea, Urpt III rVMCITI l lllel j m l; of the nrlnir line, w ill MM artk-lnot iiftun ll.v In Use hf t ho I nllril I e adBWltluii of e "' lull w V.i ninny nillHl I.US DAILY TO ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE p. m. 8:35 a. m.. 9:48 8:35 .i. m.. 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. PULLMAN PULLMAN SLEEPERS SLEEPERS i r I L., H. & ST. L. RY. High-Class ! Coaches LEAVE UNION STATION Observation Parlor Cars TENTH AND states BiariBee, TRAINS BROADWAY City Ticket Office: Fourth and Main (illLS FOR GMEGl AND USE R. F. PENN. T- Both Phones H. 1134 E. M. WOMACK. G (iF STARS Anniversaries mm Flay L SWEENEY. C. P A. P. A. P. A. on Which When It Should Ce Dispinycd Should Fly at Half Mast. The IWIowlaej coaipitatloa of facts and roles relating to the pre per use of ami reaped for our Bad gleaned from everv authentle Iin biding IdjLll LOUI5VILLE, KY. THE FOLKS AT HOME uKfy Hazel Carter as a Soldier Boy HAZEL CARTER Her Husband Was a Corporal. She Secured a Uniform and Actually Accompanied Him to France READ HER REMARKABLE STORY IN THIS PAPER NAMES OF YESTERDAY IN ' THE ARMY AND NAVY Descendants of Those Who Made American History Are Ready to Fight Germany. our troops reach the land ef 'Somewhere" ami get Intu action It Is prohahle that the Ameiieaii people will read in the dispatches names which are familiar to every one who knows an.v thing of the history of his country, says rhe Denver ltocky Mountain News. In the American army today ure a Grant, a Lee, a Sheridan, a Lougstreet, a Miles, a Wheeler, a Macomb, a Henry, a Stanley, a ltuekner, a MacArthur, a Sumner and many other men whose fathers or grandfathers made war history bafaratn isdi and isti5. l. Mat S. ; rant 3d Is a grand-soMa.lm The of the man of Appomattox. two Lees now in the service are nephews of Itohcrt 10. Leo. I'hiiip II. Sheridan is a BM of "Winchester Twenty-Mlles-A wu;, " Sliei idan. The Lougstreet of the present BfaU is a sou of the Long .lame- general, Confederate front. The lieutenant colonels, majors and captains of the service who bear the names of Miles, Wheeler, Macunili, llelirj, Slaulcy, l.uekner, Mac Arthur and Sumner arc sous of men who won military fame on one side or the other lu tlie civil war. In addition to these, there is Major Thomas .1. Christian, a grandson of "Stonewall" .lacksou. lu the ranks of the new national army there will lie thousands of men whose fathers or grandfathers fought lit air fat the Stars and Stripes or for '.lie Star! and Hais W'lion 1 -- naling meThous found in tin- writings of i'oljbius will prove of interest. This writer had observed I be operations of the Reaaaa generals before the natl says fall oi Carthage I" MO " Ihey provided their signal stations With earthenware vessels, exactly equal la ail respects and lilted will cocks v he ii allowed Ika water i" ear.ua at iba same rate. T he were carefully lest- ed to make sure of ilia bte reWtre- nicnt. Corks of smaller diameter than Ika vessel were lion ted in hem. bearing rods, upon which were marked at a OnliaUCa o inree lingers apan iiiu simplest and most urgent Military messages. They were used as follows: The sending station raised a torc h. The receiving eta Ho., seeing it. did likewise. This was a signal for both stations to open the corks of I Beef water Jars. When the rod at the sending station had sunk so that the desired message tippcarcd at the edge of the Jar another torch was raited, and the reeelving station shut off its cork and read the message on the rod, marked Identically with that at the sending itatlon. Detroit Free I'ress ' I DRINKS AMD SMOKES PUSH ALONG H. C. L. Bill For Liquors and Cigars Highest Ever Fair Ones Smoke Cig&rettM. MAN And the AND THE APES. Anatomigal Flaws In the Theory of Evolution. Dr. Mattoon M. Curtis, professor of philosophy in Western Itcserve university, protests in letter t" Science against the assertion, still romuiou in current BCieBttflC literature, that man Is a descendant of the anthropoid apes. He quotes Professor Duckworth, the leading authority in this Held, who wrote in ids "Morphology and Anthropology :" "We must conclude thut the existing mil hmpoid apes, constituted as they now arc. did not ligure In the Baeeetral history ef man.'' And he points out some of the funAll Caught In Draft. damental differences between man and Every male employee In the Louis J. the upes. differences which defy any Mresiii h grocery store in Klghi, 111., theory of evolution to explain. Among in i the proprietor himself were hit by these differences ure those in the form (in- army draft, and unless at least two of tho skulls, the shape of the most if :ii nil are exeuipted the store will be ancient skulls that huve been fouud to close. being substantially the same us the shape of the skulls of today. Professor Curtis pleads that sound WARTIME SIGNALS. science aud sound education he based upou actual facts aud sucb theories as A Clever Device That Was Used by grow out of them rather tbuu upon mere speculations the Ancient Roman. In Tiew of the varied aud scientific signal methods used lu modern warfare a description of the ancient slg- - Now is the time to Subscribe 11 The drink and s nuke bills of the people of the 1'iilled :'t. Hi's were greater during Ike pel Use al year than ever I he report of oiii mis inner ot In tenia I Ueveiiue O born shows. Fof the yeaV there cere HH.UUwMII gallons of distill d spirits produced from every source, yielding ti tax hi This is an in tare Of flMiMaVKW, crease of JQMKMMW gallons over Ike preceding year. Cigars of all descriptions and weight wore produced amounting lu DJlliMIOl, 111! approximately IN per cent -- as com pm ed wiib a8ST.T2U.990 for Ike pre! .in- - year. There were .10.339. 108.038 kigarettea autnufactured durlui the year lis uirainst Jl.oST.T.'.T.iiTS last year. Breii siniiv went lu new kink leyeki el arltk MUITT.TSI poonds, m prodartl nn Increase over last year of SLSMMMM pouuda, The taxes paid to the government on cigars, cigarettes, lobaCCO and sullff amonnled lo 1 108,201,008, an iueiease of approximately 10XX)u000 ocr the previous year. Tlie production of beer, though e. ceeding that of the previous year, fell considerably below the high record of 08,000,000 barrels in 1!14. Taxes were paid last rear ua 00,T1DJI80 barrels at $1 ."o a barrel, and other taxes on brewers and retailers laillUkl he total up to IDtJST.IM against UM .771,1(11. I His Boat a Fish Trap. ratefiaa of I'indiay, J., ralaad his lamich, which had been Htah la the MaaChaid liver in order to lose up several senilis, he found that he kaai hud served as a selue, as there nere several bushels of (Ish In It. The. Hurley UUn Breast of It. , Mother icoming from pantry) did you pick all the white luest off the chicken? Bobble Well, ma, to make a clean breast of it. did. Kostou Transcript Kob-ert1 Subscribe for The News army isDeiala, baa isjca ntaiie: Aiiiilvet ai ies um irbkSi t;e tasj sbo ( be illspl.ii d at si fl Jan. Want your photograph, in uniform, to eh. IJ, Liu- u, buttle oi I '.lit eton; eoln's btrtlH'ay; rel, 3X WasklBBton's he sure, hut they may need reminding blrtudnjr; Aiarll IW, battle of uii May :;n. Memorial il?i: J'ase H. that you want photographs of them as Flu day! Jane i". battle of Itanker Hill; lulv I, llidl'l eudriii e l!ll'i Se,'t well. i, Lafayette's birthday; Ot t. IJ. e'oluui. York- at bus dav; tX't, '. s'irrci.i'.ci If you will do the reminding we will toun; .Nov. 35, Evacuation day; Dec. make the photographs that w ill please -- li, battle of Trenton, and other legal holidays or special occasions. you. lu placing the Hag at half staff it Should first be hoisted to the tofl of the a If and then lowered to position, BBd preliminary to lowering from half staff It akoMkl be raised again to the top. Oil Memorial day the Mag should fly at half staff from sunrise to noon and at full staff loin noon to sunset. NEWS OFFICE BUILDING CIOVERPORT, MY Din lug time of war It Is proper to display the ling continuously, but it hi onducive to the spirit of economy and to il greater losnoct for tlie Hag to lower it at Bight and as far us possible protect It from inclement weather. The flag should not be hoisted before t sun rise Br at .. remain up utter sunset. The Hag shotlM b displayed from a staff or pole whenever p wsible. When bung on a wall or fastened to the it si'l of a building or platform the union the blue Belli of stars should be at printed announcement in this newspaper is the the upper left ha nl corner when the stripes are horizontal, and at (he upper merchant's personal message to the readers. He tells stripes are right hand corner when them what bargains' he has to offer. He keeps them l leal, as s en by the spectator. vei allowed to The Hag should never informed as to the arrival of new goods. He shows touch th" ground while belllg hoisted or them the wav to obtain quality at a saving in price. lo.vered. its foil's KkonM Boni I'livU ami should be cleared whenever foille I. Careful, economical huyers watch the advertiseThe (lag should e saluted by all p.esBreckenridge News and save money on cut while being hoisted or lowered, ami ments in when it is passing on parade or in IV I Are you one of themr Or do you their purchases. vii a should rise if sit- The II walking and. standing at ting, ball buy haphazardly, merely to accommodate some one "attention," salute with the right band else to help some one profit by your thoughtlessness: ill all eases, except that a man in rM rllluu dress and covered should uncover and bold the headdress opposite the left shoulder with the right hand. in is carried la pa ade Win n the lla II;. g it should lime Ike with any oilier place ,.f honor at the right. If a Battier of flags are retried the Hag should either precede the others or be carried in the relet above the others on a higher stall'. N'othlai should ever be placed ..pea or agalasi i la- lag, Neither the lag nor u picture of It IPALATABLEI should be used fi r any udvert ishn; pur(Contains no Arsenic) BETTFK THAN CALOMEL OR UUININE. poses whatsoever, nor as toys, funs, THE OLD RELIABLE parasols, puier napkins, sofa cushions, nor :is a cover for u (aide, desk or box, nor in any other debasing manner. As veil as a Remedy for Chills and l'evers, Malaria l'cvcrs. Swamp Fev ers and It is unlawful to trample upon, mutibilious l'evers. Just .hat yu Bead it this sc.ison. Inlate or otherwise treat the Hag with sult or Contempt or to attach lo It any Mild IBM riptioli or object whatsoever. At Druggists. 50c and $1.00 Bottles Try it. Don't Take Any Substitute. To salute w ith tlie hand PR E PAR E D BY Raise Die right hand smartly until the tip of the forelinger touches the lowlin'orporutril er pari of the headdress i or forehead above tlie Bead is uncovered If LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY rigid eye, thumb uiel lingers cxtend'-int.d Joined, palm lo the left, forearm degrees. Band Inclined at about forty-Ar- e Bad Sue Miller visited Lincoln Kami, BIG SPRING and wrist straight, ut the saaai time near HodgsBvilla, the loth. look toward the Hag or the person saMiss letaaa Strother has returned complete tlie salute drop the luted. To Mis. Bailie ClaraaoBt al BHaaheth- - from Louisville after a shmt visit to relarm smartly by the side. town, and Mrs. V. II. Stinther, of ative were visitors last week ot Mis ORIGIN OF NAME "SAMMIES." helh Beet, llillie flitehU and Sher Moareaai E. A. Strother, ?!re Mary man Tucket left .ast week for Camp and Mrs. Amanda Clail.sou. French Called Men "I03 Amu," and Taylor. Did he Rest. Mr C. I Will and Miss Ki'.lll Witt P, Deacon is atteudiiig Con Rev. The BBe of the term "Sammies" to have letMraeel frOBI Louisville aftet ' deJCliba our troops Is almost unknown visit to her father, Jacob YoKt, and sis- ference ut Hopkiaavilla this week. We III t'laiice. according to dispatches rehope the Hishop will return him. ters, Misses Lillian aud Iv.tell Vogt. ceived fronl he l ulled States niarlnes Farnsley ard Mrs. IL Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jenkins is with her gaga III the average expedition of the "Hrst children, Charles and Nellie, of Louis- euts, Mr. aud Mrs. K S. lowed, lor a lo Ight." ville, spent the week end with Mrs visit. Mow he term CBBM Into use Is ex plained in this wise: When tlie "first Strother and Miss Zelma Strother. Frank Ilelf, John Richardson and lo tight ' contingent steamed Into port Mrs. Kate Casey has returned to daughter, Miss Hessie. and Mrs. Jos the people on the wharf shouted, after a week with her daughter, Hlankenshtp spent Friday in Louisville. "Vheiit Its mills!" pronounced "Veev Mrs. Griffith. lays uhmee!" What this means Miss Mary Miller, whu has been st "lo'ig live the (our) friends," but "ies Mrs. L. A. C. Kemper has returned Richmond, IwL, since February, vismay sound u good deal like from Beaver Dam, where she spent a amis' ited her mother, Mrs. Jane Miller, last "Ies Ktimmles." mid tbe newspaiier week with Mrs. Milton Uardwell. week. men so Interpreted It. Immediately the J. W. Moorman, Schuvler Martin, . buck home begun calling our troops "Hammies," but tbe French have Mrs. Mary j. Moorman, Misses Leah Ads.' our Meador, Louise Graham, Mary Scott yet lo sHTulr tile habit . 1 -I BRABANDT'S STUDIO I Careful Buyers Read Business Man's Message i The ll - j The spis-lato- Look Over the Advertisements This Issue 11 and see what Bargains are Offered. - HUGHES' CHILL TONIC Excellent General Tonic ROBINSON PETTET COMPANY Laxative, Nervous Sedative, Splendid Tonic : I J- 1 Vim-C.rov- Try "Want I Have Housed Your n ed A A HEAVY BURDEN Miser- - Bad Back Makes Life BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLM AN, K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier SERVICE- - able For Many Cloverport President- - People. Tobacco? We can carry the risk on this high-pric- product for you at small cost. I Can You Afford PAUL To? GOMPTON, Kentucky. - Hardinsburg, Fire. Tornado and all class- ) es of Insurance. -- j HARDINSBURG had Illicit is I heavv liurden, I lur- it night eHten Lidtlm eoeea, Jetei H lothcrsoinc in the morning try Dunn's Kidney Nk for HI Know they are for kidney Inckache anil for' other kiilney lllef If ou don't, some Cloverport people ilo. Real a rase of it. Mrs. Charles II. May. School MMM ago Hill, Cloverport, says: 'Two My I was suffering w ith kidney trntihlc. ften hack was In terrihle shape. MMll keep up as it paineil me so severely. It was almost impossi'de for My me to lientl over or lift anything. kidneys were out of onler and I was al w tired anil languid. Doctor after doCtM failed to help me and finally I thought I would try Main's Kidney Tills as I had seen tlicm so highly recomused mended in the home papers. ahout nine bOMI altogether and they I gladly advise completely cured me anyone t'i get a few bOMe of them at Wedding's Drug Store, if trouhlcd in that way." Don't simply Price Mt at all dealers get DoM'l Kidney ask for a kidney Tills the same that cured Mrs May Co., Trops DuiThIo, N.' A THE BANK OF ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN CONTENTMENT in 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits 15 I BIG SPECIAL SALE FOR is One Week Only! Men's Pants are opening this week w ith a big special sale on Men's Odd Pints; w e have 200 pairs of Men's Heavy Work and Dress Pants at a great bargain for one week only. We 1 1- Cotton Belting inches wide; per yard 2 inches wide; per yard 2 inches wide; per yard Family Fins; size M. C.j per paper Fearl Buttons; in all sizes; per card -2 1-2 5c 7c t h'oster-Milhur- jbeen the guest of her mother, Mrs Dir. I'aul Uompton spent Sunday in I ,,ele CoBulff. wM A so,, arrived at the home of Mr Slieriff A. T Heard anil Mr. Heard M., Ha bar I I'cnick September IS. left Sunday mounng for a stay at Da Hlir(,.4Wllv an(, C 1 lot of A Odds and Knds; worth MO son Springs. D llardawav, of Hwle viile spent $5.00: this week's price OlOTfrfOrt j Wed nesi'av with Kev. and Mrs. T I. Miss Kuth Chamhliss, spont Saturday and Sunday with her v,ic. 1 lot of (iood Heavy Work Pants in Stripes and plain mother. MiM Mary Ch.mhhs.. is of C ltherjDL. C(1X ti colors: regular price $2.50 to $3.00; M. J II. liardnei was in Louisville ..tBB(uB. .ehooi here. She is etavina W Special price ast we. k BU ing his fall stj:k of goods. with Mrs Dale Smith Mr. Jesse K Eskridge was in John Waller, of IIopMnsville, was Men's Fall Hats in all styles and colors for last Thursday on legal busi- - here laal week assisting wit h plans for father and son; popular prices: $1.98 to a B iptiat church. SherifT A T Beard and Mr. Lie Mrs. Harry Major and children, of Walls went to Louisville last Friday Louisville: Mrs Hen Helm, of Lexingwith the soldiers. ton, ure guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bite Mrs. tMl CosBgtoei and children Washington spent Sunday near Garlield with her Mrs. Richard Hobson, of Roosevelt, father, Mr Jesse M.ioy. Ofcta is the guest of her brother, W. Now is the time tODUV your dress making accessories! "Miss Hannah Heara has returned G Bandy, from a visit to In r brother, Dr. H I, Clark's O. N. T. per doz. spools, 53c Ml Ilia WO I J. T. Johnson and Mar Heaid Livcrinore. garet Chamberlain were in Loui-vil- l 6 spools B. itichardson and Friday Mr. and Mis children, (Jjiifield were the Sunday black Hooks 5c eves: sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Dowel I visited Mr quests ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ercey Warmouth, of Indian and white: per card Minor Comptou. apolis, last week. Snappy Fastners in black and white Klcvcn teachei s took the examinaMiss Julia Lyon goes to Louisville tion here last Friday and Saturday. per card twice a week to study music at the con Mr. ami Mie. l. u. Kccves arc at aervatory Dress Shields: hOMC lioinan extended tiipto Wash-- i Rev. T. J. Wade, Mr. ar,d Mrs. W. J No. 3 price igton and Wginia. attending annual Confert'igott are Mr and Mr. Will Hensley have re- ence of the M. K. church at Hopkins-villeC'anhcld's Dress Shields: lace turned lioin I'atosky, Mich, where they This is Rev. Wade's last year at trimmed: price .spent the summer. have this point. Mi, sc Mary and A dalle rrymire, Mrs. Nannie Wathen is visiting Chenault hive eniered the High friends in Louisville and i'ewee Valley. School here. H. J Krebs was in Louisville last Lieut. H. I'. Baard .lr spent a short week. tine last week with his mother, Mrs. Larue Cox has purchased a five pasMorris H lteaid senger Kord. V '.Vhcclci has purchased the E I".. Hard. iWi iv was in town TuesK J It'rtM'tta near the mill, pioocrt day. and will in v c ,11 about the lirst of Mr, John Maltingly, Mi-- s KlBHM ' 'ctoliei Lou M'lorm in, of (ileu Dean, and Mhs Mr. Keith and Miss Wi.sou. Bawley. Mm of hi; grandmother, Mr at. ohnnl Moorman, of Am i. ra, Id., epei t fold. fill were nuriieJ at Mr W. A. U'al the ereth eiid with Mrs. R A Crider. ker's h ime laal Thursday. Mr Keith Mr j. 0. Mct'iov, ot Lemlevttle, le J' hn f. ok and D. W. Henry motortd left fut Gamp r.iyloi Krid iy morning. at tiie'i .i-t i l'tice. HnHerl Lvon beiu I to Hi,; SprlaiJ Wednesday. Mis. Lee Biebop erlll h ive her mil 0 illed ti. C imp Tat lor. Mr. v. Mrs Pert y Pulteuseklef h ivt' iinery pem:i,: at H. F IJjard's store of Ken lrie' J illy hive re Friday and Situ lav M ss Annie Lee Mturned to their home in Applet n, cudsof ttiear-- ' ani.ouucem-n- t Wi.--.. after a Visit with Mr and Mrs .i I, S J ,J ,1 HI HI'WBil at his heme in Waterloo, rival Of a I K. BrawbrttOi tms Mtaaua. low.:. Si pteinb" Is Leerie Poett f jolly Mt d i'iies L. B, Mori men and K Miss Le.'ti D. Jam tte lias returned Mi BvelB tiro.-- , of Hewlt y vide, I with friewli to he h i n.' in CatUMtHMi OoiOi alt' i a Beancttitpenl the ereeh atteocU eebool here, sue is with Mri. at Itrandeiiburg visit to relatives here A( Marshall. Ja.per Head, of Cincinnati, Mr. I) i Krauk ar.d son have ri Met several da s of ai week with Mr. and tjrnrd from a visit in Leitchlielil ma;vimLA'-3esitrtjfl .r agar Vis. I. ula Dutclike and Mrs. Kborly, Mrs. H. H- Head While here he was Little Maxine Mrlridge. lias been Lojisville have leturned to their homes notified to report at Camp Taylor Frivieltini her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, after a visit to their lirother. Mr. Her- day. j. I) Aid ridge Mrs. A T. DeeBJe and son, I.eroy bert DeJ unetle and Mrs De.l irnette. Mr. Dixon Bib I MM and little sister,. Mastei John Allen Kincheloe had a BeetMi spent Tuesday with Mrs. Hoi. Cecil, were guests of Misses Katy and Webster f ill Nettie Aldridge, Wednesday. from a step ladder and broke a Diane, collar hone Mrs. Amanda Tucker is on the sick JV Lewis Herndon, who is in the list Corps at Washington, I). C Mr, Will I iu vail is seriously ill at Mr and Mrs It A. Tucker were the le expected home this week. He will be hit home no Fourth street. and Mrs. I'uni Milner, guests of joined by the Misses Hrewer, of Knii- - Tucsdav. Mr. nence. Several from here attended camp IRVINGT0N Mrs. Charlie Simmons was called to meeting, at Kingswood, Sunday. i.iv Milne went to Hamad Wedues- llawesville to see her daughter, Mr-- . She lay. Haydea Brain lette und Miss Quedry Hoard, who is ill with rever. Miss Baty Aldndge was the week end Hramlette viMted their aunt, Miss Min- bfOttgbl her home Kiidav. guest of friends at Kingswood. nie iMillenwidei, at HraudenburK last Dr. L H. Mote Ml a is stationed at Mr. and Mrs. rum Milner went to lust week. Can.p Wheeler, Macon, i,u. He is Hal lied this week to spend the l'all and Wintei with theit sun, I'. I). Milner. H He I lei ndon 101 magishead surgeon at the Bjaae Hoapital, Vote foi Mr ami Mrs John I'ile attended the trate in tin Kouith Dewtllet. Citizens J. I'. McKelvey, of l. niisville, was eaenp meeting, at Kingswood, l iiday ticket, Nov mbi i elocttoa Adv. 7. here Thursday in the interest of the 1.' ,,11,,, Si... ll.rll BUJab Batata, of California, li vUitlai Kranegiil Piano Co, He furnished the here, Thureday, enroote to Hardinabarg hie sister. Mi Mr. pi no for the Red Cross beNit reciUl Naneve Henry. HjM and Mrs. Ne.ih llasliain and son .Shaio elllted y thiit-.eyears Fiiday evening, and procurtd the help U a, w ere w eek end guests of Mr. an skridge, of Kve'eigh atjoof volunteers o place the iustr.uuieut in Mrs Mever Smith went to ll.inlinslmrg, Mloa Katie Cbiterood bae accepted e the church. .Monday. position as clerk with llayms Trent. Mr aud Mrs. lOmbrv Wiather mil o...- v,Mi, llasliain will leave. Satur- Mlss Nell Connifl, ol Louisville, has childien." of Houst.ni. Texas. ar i;uei Is dav. for Illinois. ,,,,.... $3.50 $3.50 Corduray $2.98 Serges $2.98 A (iood Pearl Button; per doz 8c 4c 8c 5c fA lWtO J "9Q Ladies' Waists Stylish Fall Waists w have a selection of Madras, fancy odes and Batiste, lace trimmed, with large and medium collars: price 98c : oland. Bran-lenbur- g $3.50 Ladies Notions Grocery Department Choice line of Groceries. We handle Cadick's Gold Dust Flour, also Cloverport Golden Crown. Both brands are highest grade. Have a choice selection of Vissman's Bacon, Hams and Lard. New Sorghum, put up in gallon buckets, the best on the market; 75c. In fact, we have anything in the Grocery line you want. If we haven't it we will gladly order it for you. I I j , i featherweight; . 27c 4c 4c 23c 35c vji I s2 3 8 GOLDEN RULE STORE, btoJMej Cloverport, Ky. Prompt Delivery , Cumberland Telephone j ' 1'ii-ir- D . 11 , I .1 W 11 For I Sale-Catt- le! j j i . W00K have 40 head of Pure Bred Herford and 1 1 Polled Durham Heifers for sale; ranging In 1 M weight from 500 to 800 pounds. I This is a rare chance that Breckenrfdge county farmers are accorded and I trust that 1 1 may be permitted to sell Foundation Herds to I 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. i i ' ' i I 11 I iiiK-ntu- el I VIC ROBERTSON, Hardinsburg, 4 Ky. I (ins rear uaiiy by Mail s4.oo Regular Price $5.00 touner uctooer Karain BaMHeBBawaaeai BnaneVeVeVeVhaMBBnaeaelbi 9 1 One Year Daily and Sunday by Mall $6.00 Regular Price $7.50