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The Breckenridge news: October 3, 1917 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 brc1917100301_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 3, 1917 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 50c for VOL. XLII THF nnilNTRV MIL UUUI1IMI FAIR I 4 months: 75c for 6 months. ALL THI NliWS THAT'S KIT TO PWINT. $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 monlhs: 75c for 6 months. CLOVBRPORT, KLNTUCKY. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3. mil HFin II7. i 8 Pages No. 14 iillu ni AT A FIFTY-SECOND- ED INJURIES PROVE FATAL MORE BOYS TO AGED Mr. Wethington Died LOVE OF COUNTRY T IRVfNGTON GRAND SUCCESS. ANNUAL STATE IE Of MAN. GO TO CAMP Friday and Saturday Two Big Days For the Farmers of Breckinridge and Meade -- Much Live Stock and Farm Products Shown- - School Children Parade Headed by Brass Band. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN t LVER Corn BEFORE. Kentucky Sunday School Meet in Mayesville. Oct. Noted to 16-1- The Conutn Kalr deletion -- t need Workers and Musicians on the Program. MAKE v- Thursday Zachary Taylor on October 6 To the "Patriotic Week" ObservThirty six Are in the Third Afternoon. Remains Taken to ance on Friday Afternoon. Call From Hardinsburg for Burial. Eight Breckenridge Excellent Program. High County. Children Survive. School Pupils Take Part. Ike i i another great SIMMM I'miIhvbmI Saturday, Stptenin.r Meed 9. It vi is bi ger an beltthan a pit" vious years. The sli c, the lahibits it ml the attendance, mice puiull ihit are very necessary In t li mceess I .")() e it ,ii lng otcore, Ktsl silli ear wh li coi J m $1 Bn RESERVATIONS NOW n It nl . lingts ear )t flow corn, J no. Lytt d M 50 t ent-- . It si tin ears while ecu, Kore.--t Stith were Kre.it improve met Is Bed i S.coinl hist, Mr, K ata I5.ud showed a wonderful progress os laal It st t, n yarn i how cot n, K A year St conn best. t P, Mainly ik Jt President Garfield onre wmit: "At It. st ti n e.ars growl In boy uuiter Itl ."SI the head of all sciences and arts, at tl e ye is age, Ji-- se R.indt , St e n li irr.ett Winn $1. head of civilization and progress stands, Heaviest ti n earn corn, an vaiiety. not militarism, the science t hi, t kl!la l ."k. H1t.1l I' not commerce, the at t that BCCUIButata Necond best, Co. is. Itmih 75 cents 11 wealth: tut ,.gr icullure, the mothrr ot It s: m sample gieeo rwver, all industry and the mtintainer o. 511 Oil pill I I ht-t1 hu-tn! Mr, aor, T ie Co n, Clover ami Slock Club, president, secretary and members. V me far man are doing so percent. better than they did h re or s.x xtars ago. Their live stock is W , er cent. better, (heir crops 5o par cent, bettir, and their lands have increased 50 per cent., all brought about by tttieieucy. .".ard work and a spirit of pleasant iivalry to produce and ahow reunite nl :he Couutry Fair. The weather was ideal for both daxs. A good first lay crowd was on hand and followed the school children who were airayed in tl igs and bunting and mtrched from the High School building to the grounds bended b the Tell City brass band, Frof. Kirk was in ci in tnand and inarched the 11) around the Tlaet ihowed grounds several tinjM good traiuing ..ml kept the sit p like sure eDOOgh sol ders. The B y bcouti made a Iplendid showing 111 the ma neuvers. The parade was one of the special features of the second day at the Conn try Fair. Although there were not us many entries this year as there was last year, those who did enter proved that they were interesteil in winning the first prize. The prize automobile, which was owDed by Don I.yddan, received quite u bit of praise fur its beauty and to those who had so artistically decorated it The body of the car was covered with strips of white crepe paper, and the young ladies who rode in it were dressed t n all white and carried parasols covered with the white crepe paper, aud with all, it was unusually pretty aud justly . life." Hogs Ami isn't this Hue, and lao'l ll irue Baal pair imgs nuder smuihs old, that agricnlluie is the 'realist b ion to ti d In b 1, under ill J imes Hottell, Jr., humanity and to hum hi prograM of i 5"anything tint is being dona intiiisdav t p .iIs Dimes undi-- S month- - old, tune lor the uilift ot the peo ie .S. C Dow I. j. baa their conditio! ? Nothing I! p ttn than Dm ocs uoer N brought this to a higher Mala of per- ill oil o ti tund a. fection than the far mar and the mer 14 ., any bleed, (1 F i.iir n When these two factor gal la It chant. 13 gether in the right spirit and work si DO r in hteed, S. C. D iwell IS for the bsos fit itl the u immunity, B I sow, any h eed, H W Latter ." better conditions are bound to come, Colts just as they have come to tin- ci Ba t drafl cut under I year, (1 N around Irviugton, n r a g. od community must be a good t. ade e nter L) dd. n t.V Secomi btst, Jnhu Lyddan and must have good per pie, good iaim liest draft colt I eat and under, An ore, good me. chants, good schools,! good churches, good banks, good high- - drew Hardesti $2. Stcond Deal, H A Atei tl wavs, good shipping facilities, good homes and good new papers. All these Horses. things are coming to the community any age, 11. W. Beat f addle hot ironed Irviagton, and are ptrtaMllag .. 4., s the whole county through the good, s,ro,n, Hud AdkisJUu i. work of the Country Fair and its upon- N L ,. M MnJ , ,.(rm rseS( i 1 1: 11 5- The li ft second Annual State Convention of the Siimlav Schools of Kentucky will he held in Mavcsvil e, K CM leery Siinihiv f cbool in the State is entitled to send three tleleOStea. The Kentucky Sunday Hcbool Aaaociatioa has prepared a very attractive program which will Contain tOtntehingot interest for all who have any part in the SundaySchools, The general theme will he 'Christian Bdncntioa for All " The convention will open on Tui'sday ftemoofl it three o'clok with four con ferences, iii which w ill he consiilere.l the work among the children, the Teen age Department, the Adult Department, and the Organization and Management of the School At other sessions then a II lie reports ot the work dona by the Sun uay QCDOOll ot the State during the paal year, plans for the new year will he presented. There will he great inspirational addresses by leading speakers. . - Dr. Foote Appointed The MlOWiog Is the liittf nanus of ays wi o h called from bin en nl) In rrfnirl for militarj dutf i toh r , I4I7: i; Ml wi v .. 0 tear down the old Miller residence, nc TdV nr Prl( , V. r n- Bi 1: T. of th- - oldest homes in tovn, when pari Mi Jar Ka)lng W. of the house fell and .truck bint knock BtTi ;, ItoUfld Won. it, In filling, he him d iwn to the ground. broke his hip and received internal in juries ami since then his death has been momentarily expected, Mr. Wethington was bom in e '.i lej He was a fat met on, AaoVan ll , I, .1 Kentucky. count) ; nnil at one time lived m Tell C ty, I ml D. i! nrctt, WI from there he moved to Haitlinabnrg Si. UUiir tl, Ac ,! w w.. d lcCIt v, Ky , befo'C coming here :s t e y , Her E The rem uns were taken to Ilardins Mm n Services were Bcs'. itj, Hutu-i- t Pal lis, e nirg Priuay morning av. held there ill the Catholic church and .1 or i 11. flmlggl h K llSI took place in the Catholic tittglr, Ki n Btltdy, Le 11 interment grave y art I Cnarl Ala er. The deceased is survived by his wklOW and eight children, live daughters, Mrs. RED CROSS SOCIETY Bli Tanl, Mrs. Henry Mattingli Mis. Mrs. ClilT Stinnett, Irt cnwel Henry and Mrs. Prank Koach of Clovtrport, three aona, Oolan Wethington, Tell City, Ind Put Wethington, Hardinsburg and Blmei Wethington of Alton, ill. ' . 1 m , , ' .1 1 .1 11 , , , Mr Raphael Wethington, age scventv live died Thursday afternoon at his home on the Mill, ns n result of injuries.' Two weeks ago, Mr. WethittgtOtl wis standing near by watching carpcnlcis Health Olficer. Dr. Preston W. Poote litis received tin appointment aaCity Health Officer, Kos eiiburg, Texas. His office is in the Moers Boiklittg and has hours from 8 to 9 a. m, ami to !l p m Dr. p'oote is a Ureekinridge Countv uriii, having made his home tit Bcwley- villa. 1 Clubs Open For the Winter. As so lues the The "Kainred iviri' for the Opening of thet'if- comedy, will lie m i ferent clubs among the women of the ) show Prklsv niirht, city. On Thursday afternoon, October I, proceed- - of the how w 11 Mrs ICdward Buwne will be hostess to I j,, j1( (' ,,. s fund. the L idles Rending Club, this being ooo the first mooting for the season. Red Cross headiunrters have Mis. Wlokliite DeHnVOB opened t Club hist week when she oeen euangea rroin uiesen iinll lo entertained in hoor f ber sister, Miss the Masonic Building on account Visitor From Illinois. Carrie May Bonner, of Texas. of the hull being rented for a This week Mrs. Shi Ibj Courtel will linuse. Mr. Be Walker of Bendy, III , was have the Wednesday Club. in lira city Sunday the goeat of his The meetings will be held rjg d(( w B.-l harneM horse, any age, H. L. cou.ln.. Messrs. John Wood andl.ee Ttiendg) from now on hecauae tin Death of Mrs. Hardcsty. Wood and Mr a. Eitzt Mattlngly, BruMr, fork is mostly kmitino liUl ns Mr. Walker rente a fine farm in the Sl )cs, H- - vv Cartll i -- ciii be done at home, rbe Mirn (Special.) Btephennort, Oit. "Pralrln" tUte. He has two hundred Mules. ncrM planted in com which will ycild Mis. Lsfe Hardest y, of r.ear Payne for the sweaters, sticks, wristlets vide, deputed this life on Wednes- and muff lent ia due to j mu e, any age, II. H. Norton Js. sixty-fiv- e bushels to the acre, arrive tbisl Beat mule, two and aoder thtte yeora This is Mr Waller's fiist visit to day morning, September M, at 3 a m. Wank. There is still more lend About a month ago Mrs Hardcsty wtt . u NjrtOD $3 Kentucky since itOO, o( work to be done and tho-- e who , down with lypbold winter appro.. ches, lime cine ! May D. Chapin, Cecil Jolly, Aubrey Bavin, Jane Llghtfoot ;ind Mr. John Duke. The music.u program which followed was unusually pretty and the jnes who took part were: Mrs. J. I'roctor Keith, Mrs. I.. T. Keitl, Miss Esther I'avne ar,d Mica Tula Babbagc. Rev. A R, Coiii h and J, Kali tti Irish Meadof mad" short talhs on the "Con- re isrvatloc of Kood." The! M D BeatOB who is a bright yoi.ng-ste- r in the graded school itciteda ie :n li let short poem lento, tn nompllar.ee with Gov, Stanley's proi Uim.it on that last week he "Pat" rlotic weik'' in the state of. Kentucky, a mse'.ing tolhat ITt ot was held in the Clovtrport PuMIl Sehool H.iilding, Friday afternoon at ,t o'clock. The womon of the Ited I Hiss society, lhout fifty in numoer altendtd the mOetlag in aacdy, beitdasj Uktra were Mvcral other citiz ns mho with the i.i chooi children were gathered solely in the interest of our great country. Phe program Which W8t arraiged and led by Supt. McCnf was entirely ppm plate, The BtemOtrs of the Junior anil Senior classes gave short on the war situation which wore expressions of some of the true American men and they itcemcd to sti ilio the keynote of the natnotic sen. limcnl with the audioes, Those who gave quotation! were: Misses Martha Re id, I, wise Weathei hot, Chlcr.i May tiio-tatiO- Lt-- Carton, Z;valo Kramer, ih about the ".Soldier Boy." More Work for the Women. from the Kood Ad- Washington, to the woman of Kentucky to devote I portion of the'r time in creating and organize-t'obetween now and Oct, 21, in their coalite, so mat on Sundiy, Oct. 'il. Uteri will start out in ach count y parties ot women who will Hake S bouts to house canvas and ask the members of t.te household lo jun the t'nited States l oud administration and pledge themselves to aupport its iftorts in bringing about a stoppage of waste of the food resources. A aall batoonjM in ministration bt, n tin-inc- ss Hc-s- t I j n,,llt . n,.r . Ve.nii Glbsou Beat Cattle. Mrs. D. Entertained Before Leaving for North. fjlub of entertained' Monday niter-noofur Mr. ,1. .M. Walker, who leaven tuia week tu join her hot band. Dr. Walker, who is in North Cnrolina tor Ins brail It, Mis Alfred Taylor gave a lawn party .Monday gfternoua in honor i.l Miss Mildred Walker, who leaves with her mother, Mrs. ,1. M. Walker for North Carolina, The y OSttget members of .society were included in the party. Thf. llnrd-intbur- g n cad under one ear, dally bteed, C Heron $3. Stcond best, F. Ater W. Best Jersey cow, ll. H Norton , Second nest, II. II. Norton J 50. Itc.-- t calf, beil breed, uuder one year, 11 !n S.iusi,. Tom Lyddan H. Beal cow, beef breed, ll. . Norton beef bull, J. M. Qibaontj Best COW and calf, beef breed, II Norton S. 10, lic.--t II Poultry. Bast trio Partrklge Rocks, Miss M. Oreonwell $ i. ftenond best, .Mrs. Jas Hottell .".Oc Best cock, any breed, Mrs. B. W. Carter, Best hen, any breed, Greenwell !. Best pullet, any breed, Miss M. II. Mrs. B all that loving hands could do for hi r OeMOl knit are icijiiested to come was done but to no avail. on Tuesday afternoons to work on The funeral services were conducted the cotton gewing, from Mt MerlngO church, Ilardins-- I ooo burg, al In o'c.ui k Thursday morning Tlie Masonic Lodge, gave the by Itcv. Father llo.lins, and the body was laid to rest in tne beautiful Ctmi - local Ked Cross Society $2.". htsl lery. Mrs. Uardeety was twenty ata week, rite donation was greatly years old. Slit- - was the daughter of (,,.,. ,(. .,, members of the ........ . .... i . , iill ... iiKiiucsiy... e .. i. i i i. o.c I, cHMiiety are estieeially ffratefu for . surwivcu ll uer iiosoaiiu .1 tuiee llie olll. ...a .....a...11, ifiiu ....1 uou . nu ,iivii :i, t wnuii Tne Hardinsburg Red (. l oss in from sevt n months to live yiais of age. A father ami mother, brothers Society made al the Carni- and sisters all of whom ware present v.il given Friday night. at the funeral, except one brother who lives OKlanoina .and was unable to Rev- Baker Succeeds Rev. Dyer. come. The Louisville Conference ot Sympathy is extended to the bereaved husband and the- little children, I he Methodist Cbureh South, w Inch who will miss a mother's love and cai e. was in -- ession in llopkinsville la- -t ttrlcbtn fever and Fire in Irviugton The wan house, owned by Mr. of Louisville where the Country Palf Vat held last week in livington w;t bin ned to th " gro mi Sondsj aftei neon us at I o'clock. .l. .ii j,, . , , 1111 11 i nftaegm it Is supposed the lire trigaated from ;i coal oil stove wlnc.'i was nst d where the lunohss were served at tne fair and had been eft la the building, Mr P. ill, W'llsun had pot of his crop of tr hi 1110 hi ll.e house and had just taken out a l,nuti lire insurance. $4 50 Askod ol ti cck i - idga County. - Mis It, T It i. i l Satuuiav , m ti i ioU ;l I; W. Carter 50 cents. Vie VIC ROBERTSON Best pair Bantams, Margaret Carter i. Best pair geese, any breed, Miss A. Graham li. Best trio B. I". rock, Mrs B. W Cur 8 SALE. ter a M. Miscellaneous. Best pound butter, Mrs George Lyd . Lull an s anil ttiiee 11, t w:is t. dan $2. (II II It: tut; II , irs .,111111, III It III Secoml best, Mrs. G. O. Bailey $1.50 The Irviugton Ked Cross Society was Third best, Miss K- t'anigan tl. IU HIC Ml H1IC ,1(111 ll, ttl IHC I'll., l.l Best pound ot honey, M. G O. Bailey tecum! prizs foi the best decorated 50 cents. I -a The prize flout was a good represen- - Second best, Miss Greenwood. automobile. Best plate of five apples, winner, J. Several cars from liustou were in liue W. Webb 50 cellls. were decurated in nod all of tin Best piale 5 p.ars, winter, S. C puip'e and while. D in d 5O cent- A hue hoist- aud carriage will always Best Call peaches, Mrs. JailteS Boilip attiact atteutiou, aud Mrs. Duu 50 cents. very hiudsume, Dowell's luruuut was BoSI cm Mis. ii. H. Gilpin, and tuuk the first prize for the best .0 cents. ated carriage. Best I in ti. 111. it"i-- , Mis. ti. O Bailt i first day was given over to the ."U cents. exhibits aud the mule, cattle and hog Best can cucumber pickles, Mrs. G shoe. ll. Gilpin, SO cents. Lirgeel pumpkin, Held, Llias. Bauoy List of Premiums. 5) cents. Largest pumpkin, sweet, Oscar Following is the list of premiums warded at the Country Fair in Irving-tun- , D iwell 50 cents. Coutiuued 011 page 7 September 38 and ill: 111 Ruberteoe is a real live wiie when it comes to doiii; tbiagt that are new and up to data in the farm and stock business. Helloes them on a big HCaie, and what he does is ttlwa for the iiesl iiileresl of the faiui ra d his business. He ill the givuB them an opportunity to real friend of he I'mmcr. lie belter their oonditUm bv iiuyino; better fajrOM and better stoi k. Ills latent is a Iii K Public Sale of a farm and a lot of ;ojd fu rm mules and aeveittjl bead oi 'ore Bred Cattle. Here is an opportunity for the farmer to start right in the production of cattle. W nh foundation stock ihu itaprovt as tkey tT'ow older and bring top prioea alien pbvts'd on tbe mirUet. And the in he is oll'ci leg is Just what he claims for it. Mi. Hubert on's reputatiiMi foraeiling tr.od farms is known far and w ide, and no m in wtiocver purehised a n in from hint and lie ii - only good word- - and ba- - old a number in the Ins lew years is n pleased customer, Mr. It iberis.ui farms like he does his 'm k. lie improves ihcm and they improve in oilier men's h inds. The farm he it oaTeriug ia this sale h one thai will improve aa tbe lean pi by, not only in production bin in price. It will lei a real har gate t the gggg who gntl it, ami what lie suys of it is true, il of the iiio-- t deairabsf small farms in (he county. It is just iin ideal place in an ideal coinmiiiiiiy and in reach of the markets. ood H you want a farm don't miss this sale, or if you want dock it is tbe place to buy them I week, adjouraed Monday. .lis.- mo foi ins .ilrary at Camp i ha' v T Itl A few chaJkges were made in tin' i a'lolc.i the sum This c mat v h s OaenalKssn Distriit. dev. Dyet of 4.s0 and M - R I was i nted former pastor here, was transfer haii. n ni tt raise the auun she red to Louisville to the Marcus will appoint ni c mmittee r spree Lindsay Memorial church lo suc- ttattistt frnm nh a in lis count! ceed iteVi H. M. Ctirne who jroes whose n. urns will be poh isiiiU .iter. ' . d org was In Uai I of orenniinw ,.e to 1 Franklin. IteVi V. Ii. - I 111 -- I in-it- - -- T r rouriy seat ought te set a teed tssmpit leetiee town in tue coon tv, leai up 'he ttreett pet 1 the esrds nut of sigbj 1 ii um htiy. and sseryth ag The Courier's October Bargain. it might help us dowa bars a Closet w rda are the gtesl ceetgsV While the subscrintion Di'ice. of the poit where III! st' (Is. Vssdi are Bwteaetllt t'ouner has been made tj.uo ou "'Bhti .ny town, lie v ins only u enr fur tne daily and 7. lo per year 'I'l... " 1 1,, 111 ty ,01 lilt: till, 1,1111 .U, ti 11, I.. .. ,K.. ...1.1 II Courier anuoitnces that lis Dclobi r barSeriouslv gain rate will be'M,oO for the- dailv and M, W ihi for the dailv and Sauday. tee it in daily Hanlin bu The I'ourier is the favorite 'U newspaper lor thousands of people in1 li" bards ud Oe;i n B A, this teciion, aud no doubt they will la n. nl nl It art Ih quiet to lute advsntuge of the oppor is seriously His v uoiay leaky tokuhtcriba al the Ottehat bai k. The Cornier is one 01 the gala run most oiiginal aud interesting news Mr. lteacuc Kski u. r of Uardintbuig .t papers to be fcuud auy where aud It ebje eritlcs v Id p oiiub.y will brings the uews of the war, the world not reteser, He i( suITj.uij from and the markets tu our people first, 1 11 ' ' i I . t . Maker conies to Clover port direct from the Vni.dgrbih I'nivei ity in Nashville. Thin is his Hrei gssrfe, Mrs. liaki r who is a bride of a month'- - stand hag cttine with U'v. linker. Clean Nfxt weik Up - The Weeds. Mardlnsbergi Yhtit crowd in atltndance 'l'i'elll r in he week at hig It Yaa i Want ice iht Accuracy ind s.t 613 Fourth Avenue BUSY DAYS The Ball Optical Co. KOBT. J. BALL A KETTKR HAVl: US MAKli YOUR GLASSES We Art M fmftcfvrviii "Ask Any Oculist" Louisville, Ky. TEXAS WONDER. WOULD PERMIT XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKaW PHONE MERGER BY AMENDMENT FRANKFOAT MERGE CHAMBER OF COM GOES ON RECORO FOR ONE 8VSTEM PLAN The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, ON THE RIVER. cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and Regulates bladder troubles women. Passing of the Old Louisville In children. If not sold by your drugby mail on receipt gist, will and Evansville Mail Line A of $1.00. be sent One email bottle is two months' and seldom Story of Steamboating in Days to perfecttreatment, Send for sworn fails tesa cure. timonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive of Long Ago. Mo. by drug-Sold Street, St. Louis, -1 Watch For The glirti. H y Mwnd Beapeey. l t RESOLUTIONS ARE ADOPTED (.("ontinued from last week was ma le When Capti l'enny he never relit quished tlie Submission Passed By General Assem( iptam's place on his favonte boat, the bly With Only One Dissenting Bo) way b.ick yoadtr in the Taratooi Vote History Of Competition e irly das lie nad picked up Kred '. ill, n in tman by birth, with rim determiTin- - I'YHjikfm i Chamlx r of (if nation lo go up the runns nt ihe it earn metre by the action of its Directors l on rtOOrd in favor .if and boat ladder. He started in as a mete has pledged lis effnr s tOXte adoption of laborer on cue of v.' apt, Pt nm 's boats, a constitutional nti'indment at the No the (iuthrie, and no matttr 0tM b..at phone IVnny was on I'red Zoll v. t, and vchiImt election pernittiag ' companies operating in this state to Rasdly foached Bead mate. Just before purchaso c4mmm inn lines. Capt 1'ennv retired he made Sol capTh notion of Hi; Okanber of COM rot board, taken with i view of i tain ( the Tarascou. Of all the above mentiored capt.-.ius'.cling rcononi y by oBflllflBttBg im-!phones, was given expres-i- i they have answered tl.eir last Bail and NtMW crossed the river of the great divide. "i in Hie following resolution: "Wkoeaaa, tin- OobotbI aaoanhly a The boon under Geo. Wilson's manita 19 ig sossiou adopted a CoastitB-tiona-i agement was . The railroad I Anendmenl to be submitted to hid sapped their strength: the mail BIG SPRING Hie voters of the state for ral ile al ior. All the boat i mtractt bad been toet. at tin' Novenber, 1117, election, under in the lower river had aeaa to the Mrs. Lewis Jenkins left for her home the tOTM ol which, with the approval ailer a sia of the ..lale iiithori'ies and the City banks. Capt OfSBMh md had gone out Beat I.ouisvi.le Saturda Council of (he cily in whieh the tele 0 the nusinet.s, and soon tut HnntBg with her parents, Mr. and Mrs K S. Mar was sold, thus leaving only two Howell. pone complines ne Inland, one GOBI poof purchase the boats, the Taraacon and Tell City, but in iy Hell Anient. Vine ('.rove arrived Mrs Ham oi Bnotker, bi it Ihe advent of the gasoline ste .mtrs Weilenaday im- a visit to her brother, I'rnnkfort That "Resolved. h' loon drove Ikon aleolo the bank. They ami Mrs. kii hardson. Ciiamliei of Com endorse the were advertised for sale for debt end Johfl Kiehard-oAjBOBd-men- t adoption of I be CBBaUtBttOBal J II. Meador ami Frank. Hilf were in went under the hammer lo a COnpaB) and urge tin fatal I of frank organized eat o( Ivv.iu-villw'th Ctpt. Louisville l'ridav. in MBBty 'il l Me S'.iii' ,il laiRe to Mr and Mrs. Henrj Hardaway its nt root William i as superintendent. The ole for lln UnOBdncBl Bl th'- ensulata in.ts vere egala ptaaed bach la Saturday with Mrs. Ani::nda Clarkson ing Novinii i election, and be it fur-the Looisvilhi aad BvamfiiM trade, and Mrs. Mary Moorman her ' "Resoiv .i. Thai lie- n of the ir. d After a feat years of business the J W. Moorman. M ss Myrtle Moorman i'hamliei- of Cannefr h- - anthofiasd Tcli City was sold lo patties in the and L niisc Irak UB spent Sunday with IB appoint a OOBMBittOO In aid in what-- ' Ohio and recently sank, and the Mr. anil Mrs. Raymond Moorman, Louis vi i MMMMf i' ' an in briii-dn'lie st i.iug of the Tarascou baa practically VI lie. CoBStitBlMaal IMoeBdlBOBl to the at ended the long service of names of R, s. Dowel has returned Iron Irving tnadasn of lie- rot era and other com popular boats once near and dear to ton. menial bodies" the hearts of all the people idong History Of Amendment. Miss Mary hlcanor Scott has returned wheie for years the whistles of Constitutional Tim uneadnoM Iron a visit toher sister, Mis W C boats was so familiar to older Mdier, panned by Ike If 11 Qen ral Aaaenbijr, Vina Grove. nntkorhriBg lie- parckaae of the tele generation' r,s well as the new. It Miss Mary Miller returned to Kith phone Mats, passed Ihe Senate with s ending of once u the only one diaaeatlna and iieount b.'siness that has passed alter Blond, Ii.d , to resume her work at the tini red no opposHein ast Ian after a weeks visit to her mother. whaiever in o.er half a century. The reprmeataUvoe of both Hooae I he golden sun has sunk in the West Mis. Gene Mi'ler. sjytioa rocosjBleoU I ha I only by bum Miss liessie Kii hardson spent Wednesand the niautle of night is caithiug the n tins admal lo ihe CoaatltattaB listai t Mini down in the bi nd la dare day at Vina '.rove i CobM 'In' ill-sared the annoy Mrs. Sal.ie Miller and Mrs. Joe Nail ace and eapaBse of two telephone ii.: s. As the moon rising in the lCast cisting its shimeiing light and children have returned to Cecilia is laiBtl lystaan in ih sane community. Some of ih,. larger cities, parncu itttr ti e are tore, I stroll down to the old altera visit with Mrs Sue Miller. laHy GtachBaali, New V uk and W ish u.ipir wharf onte Ihe scene of so BPMJ Dr, C. B. Witt, Kmery Hiirnett, Argus union, early refuge red ill it two activities BOW grown up in a wildtr-nes- i Arms, Carl Martin and Miss liessie Rich apnten wet an uaBnrressajy o f willow. Sealing myself on at: artlson attended the illy at hool bwrdeo on Ihe coniaBBtty ami ver Old drift log and Ii oug my pipe lor a Branleabnrg l'ridav lo ii.oi IhaB OBe company a rranled I g. M down on the old lolephone system, with fres'i ilBOkOi ftBBcMae i n C Kemper has returned Mis. I wharf long ago abindoned. (Ireat holes the rank ill ii lehihoBe pawf from Beaver Dam where she was the ail along ihe old levee as been Peahen n each ni these cities) i in direct guest of Mrs Milton Hardwell gtoOBI of Light the Hh evry uthot ub- oat, and i, minimi ai Mr T. l'ariiisley , ami Mrs. Ale Mrihav, settles .'own over the BeMb) hills, all b Dind-In KONtBCky, ti aad quiet tam theaqnackof a night Lottiavillc were week Bad guests ol Mis of la KoBlarhy, m ihe eirly '!,ing over Ihe water in seafcBoi Stmther and Miss elilia the der atop weal t lb lelephoa bttst its loi.d, or the occasion tl sptssh I tbt Miss Louiee Oraban relumed lo Murin... ' ' !.! ill limn r n k i j ck as he comes to the surf: c.ray Wednesday alter a months visit with Ttiey did I u obb .', wore otKaBtae l td aa I it there dreaming oi t,:e est, her grandmother Mrs. M.uv J, Moorman. ( eqaiimeai real i. ml. mil, ha t LI oi gioi.m is lifted and I see tla Bin. Gene Miller had a sale last week. are aaed aad lb si in lard of u .hi uh s f the past in petnnj once deal IHMBBO tM Ba Batter d, which re Dyapepeia is America's curse. Tores-tor- e lo i. laeded He- ndt an enl f trh pkon good digest Uw, normal weight, I Toroagh the Uftiag of the darkatn developni' ui in keeping with othi states pioro in tgraaslva Nearii see tba old Janes Ltalhrle and Kut.bow heal Ik and purify the blood, use Blood Bitters, Sold at all drug nuiiii) hi Keataoky has. al I) lag at t;,e erbatfa aad by their side veiy I 'rice l 93 some line in lis history, eape floored Ike big kideerheel ktoBBWf Andy Bran, stores WBI thai enei-nda leli phone ied of the Cincinnati ami Memphis line, aad hard feeilaKJi, ss .'Ri'h side had lie I I v. lining in War Has Effected Newoort. the big Them is She! d partisan ., sad lie- pahMc has me.:, of ihe kWatueti Traaapoftatiog prived of ih" Com nii ni e and eeano "Like thousands of other plates, line while in I, thtre goes my I hat one telephoae sjraton affords has been m MM over by the war. The The piiido latoreal is thorouchly tiie sterowbeel Uahota paniBgog her erolecled ajMeW Ihe propOaod Cnnh tr:;- to St. Louis loaded to her guards Very streets look different: the spirit of tutionsi am ead nee I as n Mirokaae and root piled high with light freight. lis people lias undergone a sweeping ean he made without Ihe consent of I or.ee more hear siDging of the darkies trausfoi illation. Although this is true of the dty OoaiaOll Tin- passane of and the "cussing'' ol the miles in thtir every other city,, yet I think it is most providinc fnt the Constitutional endeavor to get away. Kverbod's evident in NowBOft for in the past the Amendne ul and Ihe praelieully iinani either laughing, singing or jokiug one spirit of Newport activities have been mous voii. II ri'Ceived in Ihe (ieneral another, and then we see the old arb ul tin activities of society, and in many AsHeinliiy is erldoaoe thill il was ways it lias been a social mm lei for the passed in (espouse to a wide spread again being piled wilh freight. There rest al America." and popular dnBBBd for relief from I bey go, both the arharf master diiecling Mrs. Preach Vaaderbtlt is the authorwhere to stack the freight, and there present lelepknM conditions. goes I'hil Qregory with his short bow- ity for this statement. She has written Ihe nine Hour inspires cOOBdenCfl legs, checking the freight, and the lorthe October issue of Harper's Ilaar Ikna'l Kidney PUfal lot kidney ills an article on the Red Cross and other IBna's ( iintnieiii im skiii laeklag leeneletl ate there wailing for thtir war relief work in Newport. larl ,al the height pile. Big Tom Ikaaa's tUgptletskM intid laaativo. Sold Naturally, with such serious work on Alain-who could haui'le a barrel of at ail ih aa sin ea, goad oil as easily its a keg of nails: Wts-M- J all sides, the character of Newport has Steele wilh Jack and Kate; Klishu changed completely , And the cause for Collin smoking his stoue pipoi Claries tills cnangt was llie visit ol the "I sj." Morris with bjl woodeu leg ami oke ol l'he people ol Newport had to house and The lame in IBM n ikjhlMNTfcaod are oxen, and link May, who never was i are lag the lictiius of this men iless boay i alllau Ikeii Inharro, known to gel a tig enough load to suit raider of the seas They were, howeter, I m iitv has returned fmui him. Then there stood at the upper not prepared for this sort of thing, ami when- - ,hr rnind vol an son, end of the car Jab I Bibb Lge's old itmle, oil realizing il athey luiilt up, without any very elheient Red Cross Kale, who uever mis:,ed a boat no mat km al tune, lay llially and I tin lew days. organiialioBi and bob iratytna is enThe aeifyhhna eal ami hoaanl Kvnwd ter wdictht she bad a drivel m nkV Sacgaged in some kind oi war relief work. 1' iti 's iu(i ul hahapM of faaj tana last went in a Hot at the first blast of the I'riday Mi. I'ale baa batO down wilh boat's whistle, but all the whips in Clovtipoil could not gtt her out of a phoi I level ill ill iail , heilOt now. walk on her trip back liom l ie bi.it. ,i Mi Aimstioii,; Oakbtkoeae has hen the old lint hi la's bell tap as o .mm. linn- w ith Ins dnsahja nine to Mr. Main Davis who has been ill for old, the chug, chug of the capstan ter, Mia. Onflow1 ruchn, thawing up the stage, the merry shouts some time passed away Saturday morn Mi. Keith ul Cloveipoit was in this ot the passengers and crew as she ing. The funeral services were con;.. il, I, ..ili.... Wednesday ami eretted a draws out iuto the stream. The crowd ducted by Kev. Allen Sunday rooming monument st the MM of Kutn I'ate. ou shore are waving their hats an I, at the Methodist cliuich at McDaniela. e Com-Hoar- d i : . , I short-livedlele-phoniin-rcn e i id.-u- too, i dn in, only to knock the dyir.g ember from mv pipe which quickly And brings m bick from my dreams. when I open ill v eves to gaze upon Ihe busy scene, the ethereal lights have faded awnv and the vision of das has faded away Into the mist that is settling dnWfl over the water, I look up the rivet anddnwg the liver ar.d not a sign of a boat enj where, for a shroud of darkness and stillness has settled A little down over the old wharf. screech owl perched in a nearby cntton-woed- , at the sight of me ceases his pbiin'ive call, BP I as I pick my way back over the rough bnuiders hum? ward bound I mutter to my Be if "l'he day of steamboating h is gone forever Golden Rule Store's BIG ADVERTISEMENT NEXT WEEK It will be brim full of bargains lle New Fall Goods! gWatch For It And Read pros-pni- V - sii I ; lele-I'hon- -.y I d-- n -- I - i For I Sale-Catt- le! i in I i l llur-do- ck i I In-'- r . i I have 40 head of Pure Bred Heriord and Polled Durham Heifers for sale; ranging in weight from 500 to 800 pounds. This is a rare ehance that Breckenridge county farmers are accorded and I trust that I may be permitted to sell Foundation Herds to many of our breeders in order to improve our ctnrLf antl pnriph thp nrnriiipprs. These Cattle must be sold at once to make room for others. mecm i ?m VIC ROBERTSON, Dr. J EL Hardinsburg. Ky. n I .1 t I i HcDANItLS 1 sjii-n- . afternoon. Mr. Sarah Waunaway, Mr. and Mrs Louis Skillmtn who has been visit-!a- g Will Gannaway, Mr. and Mrs. Charll his aunt, Mrs l'earl Hail fur sev- Jarbo and Mr. J. Dunu wars dinne, Kev. Alian is attending the annual connrcnce at Uopkiuville this week. eral weeks relumed to his home at guests of itev and Mrs. Alleu Sua'ay Point Thursday. Miss Eula Cannon has purchased a West Several from here attsndsd trie fai Mrs Mamie Conpton was the guest at Irvington Saturday. piano new player Mrs. J C Tucker wailed har mother, of Mr. aud Mrs. Asa N iblatt Friday. Mis. Frank Noblett audchildreu are Mrs. Hayes, Mook Mouday. The infaut sun of Mr. aud Mrs. Tom guests of Mrs. Sam Slaughter. Dudgeon died Sunday, funeral aervices Mr. Charlie Darnell has purchased were conducted by Rev. Allen Mouday the Irvin White farm. Hart bought a nice bum h of catlic at Leitchliskl Mondy. L-- . SUBSCRIB 1 Public Sale Farm and Live Stock -- St. L. Railway, out-hawill offer at Public Auction this farm containing 97 acre., situated 2 miles from Harilinsburjr, Ky., lying along the L, H. in my opinion it is the most beautiful and most desirable liitle farm in Hrockin-ridg- e mile from Harned, Ky., a Pike being built along its borders, and and stock barn, 70 acres perfectly set in grass, balance cultivated dwelling, abundant water, all necessary county; a new 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 3 to 6 year old, a good kind, the kind that will grow, and the kind that will feed and make money. 70 head of pure bred P,M Durhams, Hereford and Poll Angus heifers, weighing from 500 to 800 pounds each; no better opportunity could be afforded our farmers to select these cattle will sell at highest bid. To encourage Breckinridge county farmers to breed better grades of cattle, it deFoundation Herds. No sired. I am going to sell these cattle on 4, 6 and 12 months' time, with interest and approved security. This is to be a real sale with no definite protection to the seller and a positive guarantee to the buyer. 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.f from Irvir.gton, Ky. t 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 salt Respectfully, Wednesday. October 10, 1917. I lf out-buildin- 25 Mules by-bids, lardlnstiurg, Kentucky gs 70 Cattle! VIC ROBERTSON, LOUISVILLE BRANCH RAILROADS' WAR BOARD Reports just compiled for the Railroads' War Hoard indicate that the traveling public in nMeral and the shippers in particular are giving the finest kind of operation to the railroads in the handling of the increased traffic that the wr Wilt this co operation has produced means may he gleaned from these facts. Since May 1st the railroads aided by the loyalty and unders anding of the public have been ab'e to reduce their pnsaengir IS00lO00 service by approximately This has released thousands of miles train crews and locomotives lot US fa the freight service and cleared thousand of miles of truck thereby facilitating the and lUovclllellt of coal, lood product In Supplies needed by the government addition to the foregoing saving of equip Blent and trackage the shipper, big and email, have rallied so splendidly to the Blogan "Make One Car Ho the Work of Two" that a saving of close to hall a mi lion frieght cars has been accomplished This saving of freight cars has en--led the railioads o move approximateper cent more freight since war was ly declared than during the same period last year Intensive loading and a general increase In the size of the "trade units" used by the various industries has rendered possible the saving of car space. Cotton for instance which wj-- formerly moved in units of fifty hales, n w moves only in units of 65 and 75 As there are lS.oOo,-00bales to be moved by rail each season the increase in the tiade unit in this one commodity alone has produced a saving of anywhere from 0,000 to I25.OO0 cars. Sugar oil which tne car oan from the South was formerly only 24,000 pounds per car, now mows only on a 6o,0o0 carload minimum. The producers of manufactured food products, especially the canners haw- also come to a realization of the value of intensive loading and are now loading viituallv all of their Coal which has been cars to capacity loaded beyond capacity on most lines since the beniiming of the war is also moving freely now, although labor trou ble in some parts of the country is tending to counteract the efforts of the railroads to meet the abnormal demand for During the past month the supply fuel of cars on the "Lake Coal" lilies has been increased 85 per cent and there has been some increase in the movement of bituminous coal to the lake ports, but it has not been proportionate to the increase the mine production. Although excellent results have been acheived to date through the co operation of the shippers, the traveling public and the railroads, it will be neccessary for all concerned to exert renewed efforts as the abnormal demands upon the rail roads in the movement of both troops and supplies is constantly increasing while the securing of new equipment is from now on virtually impossible twenty five hundred cars a day will he requited by the government to move food and supplies to the men in training at the Natioual Army, NationalOuards and other encampments while the demand of the Allies for cars to carry export goods to the seupoits will he practically douhl ed. All of this additional traffic must he moved by the railroads although they have only .1 per cent more equipment kthau they had at this time last year. '.I s 0 - Hardinsburg, Ky. i:.svifrSarefc'i r-- STfTMltNSPORT W. J. Schopp was in week. Louisville last PRESIDENT WILSON CALLS ON afstfs. m ssr3S?-B- - m SCHOOL CHILDREN TO AID RED CROSS with high and religious ideals. It veil "f(t t 19 Preside Lt Washington, Beat. calliug Kugene Conner was in Cannelton, Wilson issued a pn elamatioo upon the school children of the nation Ind , Friday. to do their part in the war by joining Hon Sherman Hall of Hardinsburg, the Junior Red Cross to assist in the was in town Wednesday. mercy work of the senior orgauiz ition. The proclamation follows: Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Carr, of Alton, "To the Schoolchildren of the I'nited Ind , are guests of Mrs. Carr's brother, States. A Proclamation; rhe PresiMr Kugene Conner and Mrs. Conner. dent of the United States s also presiMM. WW. Gilbert and Mrs. W. J. It is dent of ttie American Red Cro.-s- . Dieckman spent Tuesdav in Cloverport, from these t flues Joined in M tiiit guests of Mrs. Horace Gilbert write you a wot d of greeting at this Miss Kva May, of Cloverport, was the time when so many i f ou ate begin guest of Mrs. W J. Schopp. Tuesdav. niug tile ICbooJ ear. Mr. ami Vrs Pern Kemp were guests "The American. Red Cross lias fust Kemp's sister, Mrs. pre part d a junior nKMberbip arith 1. la.t wick ot school activities in which every pupil in Roberts of Alton, lad. Ike United Sta'es cm Ind .1 chance to Mrs. Ida X tiitigham. of Lodiburg is li e The c ho. who spent last week with Mrs. W J. serve oui" MWMfy. natural cental oi your life. Through It Schapp, returned home Friday yen cat. test work in U gnat cause ot Mrs A li Crawford was the guest of q which we hare ah pltdgcci her daughter, Mrs II. S. BttglUh at random ourselves. Amnions, last week. "Our Junior Red Cress will brit g to Mrs. A. M. Miller, of Cloverport, and you opportunities ol twe.ee to joui brother, Chris l'errigo and Mrs I'errigo, country and to other ci mum ni lit s all of Owensboro, were week end guests of ovtr the world and guide y ur service their s stcrs, Mrs Olevia I, ay and Mrs. Elizabeth PawlttiaW SaturMrs. Sue Wedding of Rome, Ind., is Pair at Irviugton last Priday and day were, I'rof. II. A. Ater, Mrs Ater guest of Mrs. ICugene Conner the and children, Dr. Perguson, and Mrs. Mrs A R. Crawford and baby left Ferguson and baby, Mr and Mrs J. B Suuday for Cloverport, where she is visMorgan, Mrs. C. A. Tinuis, Mrs W J iting her brother, Mr A. C McKaughn, Dieckman, V . R. Dodson and Miss and Mrs. McKaughn. Mahle Shellmaii. Morgan Hros. with their families motBaptist The Hreckinrioge County ored to Sample, Sunday, spending the Sunday School Convention met here day with Mrs. Anna Dieckman. churches Saturday, while not many G R Gardner of Chenau t, was the were represented several visiting minweek end guest of his father Mr. W I! isters were present ma; ing splendid Gardner and Mrs, Gardner. talks, Hro. Hanks of Hrainlenhiirg, Hro Mrs. H A. Dutchske attend dthcftin-era- l Dutschke of Raymond, BrO. Couch of of her sister, Mrs I. ate Hatdestv, Cloverport, Hro Meng of I lardinshurg, BrO at Irviugton, Thursday. Knglish of Amnions and Hro. and Blackburn of Ammonand Mr and Mrs. A. 11. Cashmau and Bra children attended church at Hitea Run, Walker. Sunday. Subscribe Among those who attended the County Now is the time 1 : , R. A. Smith was the guest of relatives at Garfield, Monday. teach you how to save in order that suffering children elsewhere mar have the chance to live. It will teach you how to prepare somu of the supplies which wounded soldier and bo males families lack. It will send to VOM through the Red Cress bulletins the thrilling torie of relief and raCUe. And, h;st nl all, nine perfectly than through any ol four Other school lessons, toaj will learn ay doing those kind things under ) our teacher'- - direction to be the futur goad cilia- - t.s f tl is great eout.lty which We all love. "And I commend to nil school t m In the country the slmnt pi n which the Amelia:; R 'd CrOM has arorked out t r. .lion, know to provide fol your tag as I th th it school cb'ldreu will gi v. their heal service under the direct guidance and Instruction of ihtii Macks era. I no: tins perhaps the chance lor which you have beer looking lo give your tins and effort in some measure to meet oui national need? "WOODROW WILSON. WANTED! GREEN BROTH: - Teams to haul ties from Hud- I sonville to Harned. Will pay 1 good prices. Write or Thoinie i, 1 Falls of Rough. Ky. ifir!5SKjraSrt I m It is "President." How Much Money Do You Need To Be Happy? The Amcriciaii Magazine asked this question a few months ago The best answers are published in the October issue One of them is: "How much money do I need to he happy? That's easy, Ameriiian Magazine, I call answer that without even taking time to stare into the fire or hat an eyelash$2,180 a year. That is enough to live Comfortably, save some, and do 011 share iuthesoii.il and religious life of Friends, friends which we are a part are gift of God ..ml can neither be so money cannot enter bought nor into this phase of the question, tor, whether I were a titicup beggar a bloat ed bondholder, or )USt a fair to midliug 'everyday person, true friend aie still friends Now, why the specific amount, I j,m o or $2,1180 a yew? Why not rut me simpie reason mai gs.uoii is ue exact amount that my Peter makes, ami because with love enoueh the amount of money to make one bappv is just what one's got " 1 JEWELRY QOOD it' v,i .... v ,. .. .... you liny it lu re. It costs no more an you liave our gmr-iinlc- c us wi ll us the article you buy, Our oumahtoc insures the. bifh quality Ol your piimhggn, or its ri'turii if you ssre not siiti-lied. I T, G LEWIS, Watchmaker ;f-- i to I Preparedness with all wuir larn should that fine crop of Tobacco, art you prepared for it? Set li' Protect Your Family There's no surer way of providing for the ones you love than banking your cash. The man with money in bank is prepared for a business reverse or loss of position. Cash in bank gives him a new grip on life. Deposit your surplus cash now. Don't waste it. Don't delay. You'll be surprised to see how an account grows. See us today about an ac count. Partners, Mechanics, railroaders, iah- otets, rely 011 Dr Thomas' BcloCtic Oil Pine for cuts, hums, and bruises. Should be kept in every home. SOC and Ma, y For all kinds of nstirancc. and Tornado. I l ire. I.iidilnihi-- Water For Hog. It is bnportaui thai a plentiful (ily al Do It Now. mtp- - leal Water be kept before Hie hogl at all times. Hogs that have the rang of a com Be Id do got go to he trough nl the same line to drink, as they do in dry bg feeding; con si Ueiltl) the occasional watering, as frequently pirn lli ed In dry lot feeding, " ill not anffl e fa hoc feodlna In the coru- held. Mote complete digestion lakes place and more eei Domical gains result when gl gS receive it Hie water Iboy care to cosnttSgae than when the supply Ih Hunted uud irregular. I A Bank Account Cures Worry , All eminent physician declares thai worrv kills moie Arm lit eMehjtM (Ml Many people live beyond their means. A goodly bank acc it t neV. U bring contentnsent. it is conducive to lerenity it nsakei Um swlepei deuce It wakes for eonsVlence See us today about thai aeconal ot ) oari We do every kind of hanking We'll be glad l" explain our ilMtsil AM checking systems Special attention is given to all new account'. l.im For Poultry. Come in W J M and talk it over : If your poultry ruiive is gravelly or ha gravelly areas he birds can pick up enough lime lor shell and bone making, but If It Is clayey it Is well to supply grit and pounded oyster shells the year around. A pound of coarsely ground oyster shell is said to contain enough lime lor ubout seven dozen eggs. FIRST STATK BANK J. MQOOTT. Irviiigtou, Ky. Cash let 1'iesideiit HKKNOON, Vice President j. c PA NM, fartli J D, bVODAM, Ass Bilious? Keel heavy after (linnet? Hitter taste? Complexion sallow? I.iverr perhaps needs ueed waking up. l)oan' Kegulets for bilious attacks. 30c at all tore. The Farmers Bank, - Hardinsburg, Ky. Try a "Want Ad.' Try Us for Job Printing THE BRtCKENRIDGB NEWS .1(111 'I' i P III ' II BABBVil. EMM ami 1'nhlishcr in i HONOH lll'H H r. ii r io 11 WHOM K.Xi ii l HONOH mini I, J I". M Kill'. .1 . ! i lllil nl U romp Mid sra r - T ' 1 flaff 11 r i ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT. KY.. WEDNESDAY. in.'. " I i i r I ! II fill' III' N I .iihiiI W HI IIS 1' II A P1MMM v. Dim I - .11 i X I'll ' O OCTOBER 3. H II III TV front i' 1917 r li ' III i . . M'ii'S nal ii I ir li..' m ! i ti;ri.. nil in NH'IBIk il i? MGHT PAGES. SitWripttnn pfk MiMM I r to Ii f n ii .it :i ' G rs " 'Ii niflnl ii us in i . MM ilui 1 y ihtti l.ltc.y M lb! I rej iNi M. Jill ir 1 1 1 1 r ii 1 ," 1 H1 1 11 -- 111 IJ ' wlfi. iffT"'ii"r:,i: ' -i m isSBsBfc WMSMbS v I1.M ; year: MV for 4 months: 7fc - for n months. iiii i n ij in M li :i nl. nit I1..111 . FIRE Ii il i ,1 'i t p vx .111 .o. iU IHc per line ami V for each .ulilmonal insertion. Cards of Thmkl over Obituaries ihlUsd lor 9 lines chaTgwl for at at the rati- of lit in per line. e. I the rate of fc per line, money aihnni is V'Ti Mil w.iru nn fi rj M ii i ..I' 111. :i'ii purl in holplng ' hi III II II 11 H I lllv il H I' it' I' in 1' Cs li set v 1. ls u.i il till I. 1 '. iiintiin ' It imtoi 11 ii .1 ti I a t a a .1 r, u il H m, f i'i i I BANK;..-;J- I PROOF AND BURGLAR r r n. nil! gamincd, ll r Kxamine the lahel on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. And f' M J! hj';J tht bsskfi stood Willi nuts from br un Cklobtf'i ivooc's. TIIK NKW TAX LAW. U 11 Whitlier. The farmer's success is due lo his application of the arts and sciences of good agriculture. There was a time when he spurned "book f.irminir," as he called it. The Government is teaching hinii with the aid of agricultural colleges, bulletins and county farm agents ho is applying their methods to good advantage. Some farmers are yet in the ruts and will continue to be until they study up on their biisine-- PROOF . LH HkaskMdBs! With a bumper corn crop and from $18 to $2(1 being offered for tine yield of tobacco, the farmers of Breckenridge county have no a note if the htH that within lit cause to complain of the high Mr. Kcntin kiiiii. Imve yon t n prices of other products than that promontli the citizens of this Commonwealth will h duced on the farm. Still there are many who kick at tic more thiiu paing$l 50 lit tnr their posst wloDI fur tuxHtion under our modern tax law. for the Hreckeuridge News, when we in turn pay ffl fiO for a twenty-fouThe new tax law provides for a number of departures in the pound sack of Hour and "aw wood and say nothing." method 0 aasCaaiag milroKd and hunks, but the nvernr' citizen concerned in the matter of individual MNNMIi These will The street leading up to the school building is in a wretched confollow vet v Bincb the Mime lines a in pit? ious year.: with the ex dition. If there is a street in Cloverport that should be kept up this ceptinn of certain CNMMt I property. These peculiar classes will of the children who attend school the one. Practically Bormfter pay only State taxes and thev have been listed in a short have to use this street, and .something should be done before wintei ammary of the new law prepered by Chainuan Logaa, of the State seta in. lizard. They are ;i follows: It is said that whale meat i very palatable when properly pre1. Km implements and farm machinery owned by a perton acpared. There being no whales in this vicinity, and if the price of tually engaged in firming and med in his farm operations. is a hi j; h as beefsteak, it makes very little difference to 2. Machinery and products in course of manufacture owned by whalesteak in mean facte ring and the raw ma- us whether it is palatable or not. persons or linn actually engaged terial actually on hand to Ik? ued for the purpose of manufacturintr. The farmer is now coining into his own. lie is now, or soon will :5. Money in hand, notes, bonds, accounts and other credits be, the capitalist of the country. If you don't believe this, nsk the whether secured by BWftgage, pledirc or otherwise, or unsecured; hanks. share- - of stock in corporations which do not pay taxes on of their total property in this State; shares of stock in a corporation We have solved the meat problem. Here it is: areexenipt from taxation in the hand of the individual owner if the Let every other day be (rood Friday and sleep the rest of the time. of its entire property in corporation pays tuxes on at lea-- t the State of Kentucky. Let's have n clean up week in Cloverport right away, If we All of the kinds of property named in the above paragraphs, it don't, typhoid fever will have a clean up year. mu-- t be understood, are exempt from both county and municipal taxation. They must be listt d, and the penalty to do this is very serere. r--' r; n--: doit He felt better and had abettir I4 crou and stj ived the work. They will be mibjected, when listed, to the State tax of 10 cent. FARM AND STOCK. Andy H.irdistv so'd a id M res to Roily It of ronive, impossible predict with certainty how the t eat Millar Inr $4,019. Mtllsr aakl Wi tug system is going to work owl in practice, but it i reiy eaacatial, aarsaleWill McCoy fm l,700, hi- - pari in the if it is to get a lair trial, tiiat every body N. !lat), proprietor of Park lint ins of property for taxatioti The theory of the system is that a II II Notion li;,sS." lieail of c.ittle, Geo. flam Dear Irvington, capturi.il the lirst (tellers, grsslag fof lbs in.irket. hir.e mount i f per oral property, which has before been hidden prize for the best display o! farm proMr. anil Mrs. ThoS. Tiiplctt have re- - ducts. Premium away because of the confiscatory weight of the triple state, county ltd, given by First visit la State Bank, Following is a list of proill now make its advent into daylight larecd fnun a tarts stomas end municipal assessment, their chtldrvfl HvtRa 'n Missouri, ducts in his display! Five vaiieties of Rsducali and onto the tax revenue roster of lee Stall pots sad Iowa. They bad :i grand trip. 11 si r THESE THICK WALLS AND HEAVY DOORS WERE BUILT TO PROTECT YOUR MONEY. WHEN YOU HAVE SOME LITTLE EXTRA MONEY, YOU CAN SPARE, WHY NOT START A BANK ACCOUNT WITH UST WE WILL SERVE YOU WELL AND CAN ADVISE YOU CHEERFULLY. YOU CAN START A BANK ACCOUNT NOW AND HAVE A "BIG WAD" SOME DAY, AND NOT FEAR OLD AGE OR POVERTY. COME TO OUR BANK tWO-thir-as THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG I COO. TRUST CO. HARDINSliUkQ, KY. Total Assets Ouer $850, We Offei You 111 00 Sttcngth, Courtesy, Good Business Methods one-fourt- h high-cost-o- f one-fourt- h COMING! Ttie r .f- - jt- -- .- -. ! und-island- I,-- n oatleo Tlieater People's Favorite Showboat Presenting a Beautiful 4 Art Drama Cotton Blossom "Her Uncle Sammie's Boy" By Dorlhy D. 111 HE FOLLOWS ' TIIK GOLDEN RULE' Bailee, the rmcient and successful manager of the Golden Rale Store, ha- - moved his belonging! to this town. He likes our lawn. It i a much better town than he thought when he list came into it. That is why he decided to stay with us. The (lolden Rule Store is no shoddy affair, but a good clean store, well managed and by : lieeause it well advertised. Ihey believe in advertising. pay and their busines show it. If other merchants in this town 'Would let' loose of themselves and put some ginger and enthusiasm into their business by advertUieg, they would see and feel the effect. of it. The farmers in this community and all over this county are goini' to have, and a lot of them already have, hushe's of money. The farmer is a good spender and a good buyer, lie lead and studies price-- , and he generally goes where be is invited and where he can get what he wants si the rigid price. The mail order houses have known tin- - for alone tune and they have been cultivating his acquaintance and telling him through their catalogs what they have and .. i ai wnai price. .vn ic is up m tne iih ai inei ciiant- - to do the same thing and keep this business al home. The only way to do it - to " a good town, the besl in Breckenridge county, and advertise. This Hsggia. Irvington, route 1, J. ins iSaOM pounds ol losBarlay, He the besl town between Lmiisvilie and Owcnshoro. And with the .'! for IBS crop. bumper crops and sky-hig- h price for farm products, and a pay roll w.u.t Vic Robsrtsoa paid Karl Bsansti at the shops of $11,000 a month, besides our Tile ami Roofing facfor a pair of line muks at the fair tory, Button factory and an ferry across tbe Ohio river, .5" Mrsl The State Bank, Irvington, sold nil with good pay rolls, and one of the best country new papers in the l)r Foote farm IO Irvin Mercir and the Slate, (we say this mlvi-- i d.y. In eairy the lues-age- s of the nier- - rbos Cbsppsll for $7,uoo. Jake Sipts S( acres lo C. L. Trent, piice private. ehants to the buyers, Why shouldn't we wake up and uet busj ; S. M HavaSS sas he will have 5,l)0 Mr. straw-betrie! r ...i i i . Ko.uiil llitir child ran all well and (loins well. Mr. anil Mrs. Triplett Imve II children anil tj grandchildren all living. k. Carman Si Sou, of Guston, have turn. (I down an oiler of 24 for their crop ol 9,000 pounds of Burley. Overton Klanford sold Tom Wilson his crop of 4, (xx pounds of Hurley at aSO per hundred. Mrs. G. O. Bailey, of IrvingtoD, has 31 fine y img turkeys for the Thanksgiving market. Mrs. Hailey won the lirst prize on best display of vegetables at the Country Fair. k. I). St. Clair, of Websttr, has a line crop ( f Burley. Me is holding for the opening market. Mrs. J V. Norris, of Big Spiing. had on exhibition a sample of line fall They wcie pl.mted in April and Have fcaoa bearing ever since July, Taey attractrd a good deal of altaatloa as strawhenies in Septunbcr are some t; inn unusual in this section. i pumpkins, three of cantaloupes, two of sweet potatoes, four of peppers, two of tomatoes, two of cabbage, two of okra, six of beans, two of Lima beans, two of turnips, two of beets, four of garden corn, six of field corn, popcorn, Irish and sweet potatoes, parsnips, salsafy, kale, egg plant, rhubarb, onions, cu cumbers, head lettuce, radishes. Fruits two varieties grapes, three of apples, two of pears, quinces, peaches, peisim-moowaterniellons, citrons, stiawberry and raspberry plants, hickory nuts, wal nuts and acorns. Fine display of canned goods, field corn, clover, alfalfa and field seeds. Oscar Dowell was awarded second piize for best display of farm products. Mr. Dowell has a fifty acre fanuand does all his own work, he is a rural route nsrrlor. Tbia display attracted a good deal of attention and showed whil one in in cu prodaot on a small farm. Pollowiag is the list: Five varieties of corn, twelve of pumpkins, eight of squashes, three ol sweet Wallace With High-Cla- ss Vaudeville Between Acts Two Big Shows in One The Cotton Blossom has always given yoa the BEST SHOW on the river and this year is better than ever. Seats on sale all day at Box Office on Boat Cloverport, Wed. Oct. 3rd ii te -- I tomatoes, sorghum, sweet and red c'over, stock peas, Feti vcta, a plant that produces seed and foddsf for stock, sample of TcoDsitt for ensilage, produces 5U or oil tons to the acre, sunllowirs, peaches, egg plant, uuvuuaora, uetts, ciooage, uuious, radishes, peanuts, tobacco, 50 pound of t'uto The Human Factors In Good Service There are three parties to every telephone conversation the party calling, the trained operator, and the party who answers. All three share alike the responsibility for quick and accurate telephone service. : XXXXfK30C K fT OR i SALE! v :xx kxxxxxxxxxxk pounds of dark and t, TEN MARCH BOARS Carefully selected front my cntirt.' crop ot iprinj pigt. The kind tlmr will improve your herd Must he sold in next ten days. Priced reasonable, quality and breeding considered. Don't wait tWO, three or tour weeks anil then u rite for a boar, tor thev w ill not he here at that time. G. F Ky. MAYSEY Hardinsburg, 9 txxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Route 2. pl.ic tear an offer nl TlJ 51 round for the dark. Joe Clark, the l'a neville nur i HSSSi was at the fair with a sample of Ins . trees. Me lourd good sales lor Mr. Clarh s 'ld he sold Charlie Smiih I, OKI Jonathan apple trees twelve years ugo. This car Mr. Smith sold aaTat Ibsss ItSM I"" bonis of appl-- for '.',( oil. Th.y have been good produceisj in other years. William Hi dl sold Harry Notion, f W'en-- tt r, twenty henil of pigs tin SHoM. Harry Bsllt a arogrsi tivs youaf farm-er ol OuMOO, nraslakiag in the Country Fair an. was SB joying II. He picked up two )i oar Hag amiss from tsm flrtis and l.i vi I'I. .v r fm 60 tacli. HaTT) believes iu muks at niouev BMBI H Geo i x Ander-- i n, ol Guslon, was glrSt11 visitor at I bs fair. He sa s bs has been doing all his own win k ou Ins laim this year, something he hisn'i done before ill fifteen years It ws a he said, and he was case of have-tvery glad that it was put up to him lo tle-ms 1 I 1 o, Bui ley, 14,000 pounds ol ' basbolsol corn on his QarAsMi "i- - turned down 'i round for the Burley and pumpkin, stock peas all this he has twelve acres in corn, five acres in stock peas, one and a half acusiu tobacco. II any ill in can beat this pre duct HS on ."i0 acres we would like to knur from him. Try our "Want Ads." APPLES! Ben Davis. The calling party should give the correct number in a distinct voice, speaking directly into the transmitter, and wait at the telephone until the party answers or the operator reports. The called party should answer promptly. Patience on the part ot the telephone user and the telephone operator is also essential to good service. When vou $4.00 per barrel, Good to choice, F. choice to fancy. $3.75 Guston. per barrel. Begin 0. B. Oc- picking tober 1st. TtUtctH Smile G. 0. BLANFORD, Irvinrton. Ky., Route I. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY i ..i 1,, tuvuiiiuiim 1 . i .. , Nji'm CHAS. HAM BY, Manager, Clotrport, Ky T5he Breckenridge News. OCT. wi'.HNi.snw, Rntrid MMNl j 1917 K An J m the Post olHliviit Clorerport, HIS PAPf R REPRCSEN TCD FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE Inspection Of my NEW YORK AND CHICAGO iRAHCHES IN ALL TIIF PRINCIPAL CITIF9 GENERAL OFFICES HUES FOR POUTICAI ANNOUNCEMENTS Fall Millinery For Precinct Bad city Offices t lM For County Offices $ 5.00 For State and District Offices. .. $ If) CO For Calls, per line .10 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in the interest o( individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line Stock will prove of inter- Train Schedule on The No. 142 L, H. & St. L R'y. 1917. StM A. M. 10:11 A. M. est to those who desire the newest and best styles. Your Patronage Solicited Effective June 17. Arriving Irvlncton Arrlv'n Ia uIkvIIIp No. 144 will leave Clovcrport Arr'vlnu lr Inixton Airlvlru Louisville No. Mil will leave Clover ort Arriving Irv'nirton Arriving 1 onlsvllle No. 141 EAST BOI'ND will Ipbvp Clovcrport Itltl M. M. 7:40 I'. M. 5:0s A M. 5:51 A. M 7:25 A. M. I". M I'. I'. M Arriving llemlcrson Arriving F.viinsvllle Arriving It. Louis No. 143 WEST BOI'ND will leave Cloverport Arriving iiwenslroro Miss Evelyn Hicks Cloverport, Fresh SB 12 I (Hi J:.'.s :23 Arriving llawi sville Arriving! iwi nsttoro No. 145 will leavi' Cloverport Arriving! 'weiislMiro Arriving Henderson Arriving F.vunsvllle Arriving St Louis No. 147 will leave Cloverport Arrl vine t wensboro Arriving Henderson will leuve Cloverporl 7.40 7:45 !i;00 II 55 s:is A. M. I'. M. I'. M. I". M. 1'. M. P. M. P. M. 1'. M. P. M Ky. Mrs Jrhn C. Jarline h it returned home from BtWllatJ Green where slie has been visit'ng hi r daughter. Mrs. Hui,'h Doflalrieaa, M s. J N CordrYl liis now on rlls Ip' iv mirt models in l a .niluin in imery MM irvites )tu In come and n. lino. Miss ( arrie May Bonner, Ti xas, Miss Man Mcdavock, Mr L if c II dim and Mr m m Daelofl aratstrad to Troy, I. :st Sunday. Mrs Lc m Mcliavo Ch and son, John MeOi ock spent No d.iv id Skillman. Ky Willi Mis Mititv cks' mothei, Mrs. Addio Ireland Mr. and Mrs Hales anil I heir child-irare living In the eas! er.d ol town, in t he eol ta t.e onllign street , owned by Miss Lizzie Iliake. Mr and Mis David Pie is had as their guests, Mr and Mrs. Hugh Wojd who motored to Cannelton and Tell City Sunday afternoon. Mrs I. urn McCoy and children, Misses Kat her ma and Helen McCoy spent Sjrday with Mrs. McCoy's sister, Mrs. Siarlln Vaughn, Midway. On Sunday, Or. and Mrs. Uaucum and daughter, motored to Louisville and on through the Klue grass section of he state teturniog home Oct. 7 Miss Angle ilison, Irvington issubs-litutinin the I'ublic school for .1. Meador who is out on a five week's campaign in tim interest of his election :or County School Superintendent I) n't foigi t we will have fresh oys-t- i nF. if N. H, ,iu ggint. I Classified ADVERTISEMENTS npi i Non WA 'I RATE -- lc Per Word Each Insertion " - z s..-"J?tts?lB?- Advertiser- - please Boetfj '.Then you w i in idvert isemeni I he itlltor I Are Coming in Daily Get Ready For "Old Crimp" We are Show in Our Fall Lines m U AN TK I I ED ir e ill L' II . V. .1,1 N li, rv aviee :. s DO Hull' Ky. BOBSC II LA .. . WANTED wANTKI) MISCEL LEAN0US Vou to ma ke extra aoM hv rentina ihit p:,r' w.--rmmi or rnstr vi rjsfil I A.I. hons h ru- i.ii l in I'll E HUE OKKNtiltMIK NEWS Ris I'll' SALE h milmlSALE L iiir..i,,luse t. p. wit engine; full t it ii tr live s.l.m namh or V. tnule will l.uy Ii lowell, (iuston Ky Hilt SALE Kami so neres neiir (lurfleld; good coro mid loDanco land; l:j aevri in WOOdS) fOOl dwelling; Islern lit door; out bolldlnvs auodi young ordbard for further Infurn iitlon and price write W P. Komlue, OarfsM, Ky. yoR sale Eine i aene sow and sis pigs: pure hred - 0. I Llgliilmit, I'loverpori. Ky. fOU sale Voung htid Daroc boas. Two hours. ,'. gills; Hi fender StOCk. I'edl Sraoa rarctSbed Knum Mattlngly. TheCun tie, Cloverpo t. Ky. Edit IALI your araded I'ole Angus ball i Dress Ooodsl in the New Pall Shades Serge, Poplin, Broad Cloth, Silk Poplin Messaline ( jaberdine, Taffeta, calves, El Mi g l. Burks. Addison, Ky. A Hal-tlg- h lit s. LE ml llros., lot of mud Milk m- - in, Ky row- - and stock h:irns; tl'.e toti.iri-- anil w licit f a lid ; si l u tit d hi, Maltl I lie of HeBdoV- son Route, lor price aid further Informs- -' i Ion arils The Rrocker.rld.s (lews, Clover lolmei-- COR sale Marry farm ins sets lavalt .in sens in good II Rider i balaaco gooii hlilsule laadi wall aaturedjA ronnnlwi'iiiiig; 1 J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. t Hll Friday, Oct. ii, at 2:17A.M. , 1.1 7:40 A. M. It A. M. :n it. . 'ooA.M. Louisville and Mr. M Iton Meyei St Louis ware her Suidiy t e quests ol Miss Claudia U hi L.ai CS P.tte. Ford and daughter. Miss Margaret Ford, Louisville are the I house guests of Mrs. A. A. Simons this week. Mr. and Mrs. Pavmond May and two children have moved into the residence of the late Mrs. Kmma Skillman on Mrs. A. Y lfHiliiliiiiiliiiillHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiMiintMHiiiimiiiiiimHiiiimiiimii 1 LiWVrVLi 1 imillMiiiiiiiimiiimiillMlimiimiiimilimiimilllliHiimllHmiliimii nf AI ITsV MX t 1 L.lVi4w. I Of a Personal and Business Nature Gathered for Our Busy : : : : : Readers. 7llllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIMIIIIIIIilllllllllltlllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl7 Kresh oysters Kriday N H. Quig gins. Ri'V J. S Henry was in LouisvLle Thursday. Mrs A. M MiHer went to Stepb-enspor- t Saturday Best line of aboaa at imkomW pi lc Sipp; I'l Shoo Ktoi Mr and Mis. frank Keny were in Louisvilio Thurtdaf. Ovt. rj .:. Qui g flat in-- Fi id ay of Fame. What to he a beuutiful Mrs. Kdith Powell, Cincinnati who Wesl fur the last year a Orbing as a moth I dMMMd across Hie lields. Breiithless mid with httttllttl heiirt I has been spending tne summer with her lrlgrr.i h I'piraliu. c hub in from Cat parents, Mr. and Mis. E. L, Pate has Ifurr.ia Hatnrd).iy evening on a thirty ran, RtWRMtag upon the sharp rocks, eave of ibseuco to visit his par tattrittg inv way Hurougk the BDtler-braareturned home. slipping often Into the mire, but ents, Mr. Bttd Mrs J C, Weatheiholl. never lotting si'bt of t ho liery colored IV Miss Jossphlns NelVtniBi Miss Mar. CraatUrc, elusive ami beautiful. Then Ki !ly. Hawesvll ami Miss Lot ill By Bilked hand I caugtll il. ll sliiny tie Oins.i , OsranebOfOi Messrs tieorge Lioiis Lesier in Bruno's Magaatne. Railroad St. Iff and Miss Louise Whitehead spent Sunday In Hardltl ' U0, Ind the guets of Miss Wheelei s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wneek r. Dr. Jesse Haucum, Mis. Uaucum and their little daughtt r, Miss Margaret Itaucuiii, MlaaGraca I'auley and Wil ham Gelling in itoretl to Owensboro Tuesday BVCllBg and remained over for a day. See Kordsville Platting Mill Comp any's Ad of Rubber Roofing in this Tney have a large and a very issue complete assortment of grades of good, reliable Roofing. You t an lind a Hoofing lli.it will suit vou Frank Weatheiholt who has b' en in Euiii.' U'ni i port, ly. SWtET COVER i;iis and prli-eon n ii JOHN A. sill I II AN. H red, kpetrlal senrl fylna, huiliil and ii iiluii Olrca I. Falmouth. Ky. Bentley Carol Kelly and Sherley Ma- son, HaWtsvllle w ere here Friday even ing to attend the dance given in the ltd Cross Hall. .Mr. .mi Mis J Ralolgh Maadar, Mr. and blrt. Q R, Met oy and daughter, Miss I, pii Watson McCoy, Mr. and Mrs Jno D. B.iObnfs Br ami daughter, Miss Mililred Itjbbagi , Mrs tlarter and s in, Mi 1' iank Caiter attentleo the Country Fair in trivlngtOn, Satur day. Rubber Roofing Xtie Kind That Lasts We can make E sams day your order Note Um bramls we have iu stock, is received. RAIN-KOT- shipment the ROOFINQ npiH-aie- Highest (uality Hooting. Best wool felt base, tough and strong. Kxtra heavy coating and saturation of Pure Asphalt Smooth surface both sides; with no corrugations. Sherrardi.sd large headed nails ami cement inside Back roll. i ply, weighing 18 prunds per I0S square foot roll $2.05 ply, weighing 5j pounds per 101 square foot roll 2.48 dis OHIO COUNIY ROOFfNO Attractive: excellent quality. Surfaced with coarse grourd tajtt both sides, imparling a pleasing, distinctive finish. A verv c.ootl sailer, Shei rardi.ed nails and sttJMBi inside each roil. weighing 15 pounds act 108 square foot roll )i.bs 3!7 srtightaa 3 pounds per 100 square fool roil... . 2.26 FORDSVIIJ.h 5JI1CIAL ROOFINQ this v.c. k Din Burka and MM, Minor, Addison went to LouUrlllc Friday, Mrs. Holcroft, Brandenburg is the guest of Miss Margaret L a: ter. When in netd of good winter shoes, sse the shoe man You Can Afford A Conrad Sipple. Mr Kirk Pate of near Cloverport h is purchased a new Ford car. Miss Mary Foote. Bt wleyville is the gues.tuf utr cousin, MissTuia llmhage. William I'rout is in Lexington tak ing a course in Mechanical Engineer ing. Miss Nellie Hi isco, Louisville is the trimmer for Miss Kveilu Hicks this season. Mrs. ,1. N. Corel r1 has millinery for any and all OCCatlona. Our s eek is GRANT SIX you think you cannot afford a because you think that a satisfactory car must cost 51 100 or 1200. But if you will look over the Grant Six at $875 you will find that you can buy a five passenger car with every improvement and refinement and that you can run this car for a good deal less than you think. The Grant Six gets, on an average, 20 miles to a gallon of gasoline, 900 miles to a gallon of oil and 7000 miles or more out of a standard tire. It is so sturdily built that your repair bills are extremely slight. Above all it is a car for the "first-ca- r" buyer because its economy and dependability do not demand experience in running a car. The lies: modei ati priced asphalt rooflag made; durable .nut watei proof. Big seller Bttd wonderful value at these prices. headed Bails Bad ceu , nt inside e.ich roll. ply, weighing 3 Bll dm per lOfl square foot toll $1.38 - piy, weighing ' pounds per 108 square fcol roll J. 68 weighings'! pounds yei 108 square foot r ol tJM i.ist-ing'.- y 1 . bMFROENCY Low-prlo- ed ROOFING PERHAPS asaterlal for buildings, a teat value. competative price. Hetter than ordinary competition grades. Nails and cement included. ply, weighing lis pounds per MM square foot roll $1.18 - ply, weighing 4a pounds per lOS square foot roll t 48 ... S ply, weighing 55 pounds per M square foot roll 1.68 . at a DUPLEX ROOFING extra heavy, d luble sarnled roofing; high gratle felt base; pure asphalt saturation and coating, free from tar ami petroleum oils. Note the hsavy weights. Nails and Cement included. weighing Bg pounds per IDS square foot roll $2.14 vply, weighing IS pounds per 1 08 square foot roll 2.51 An full-si.e- il, lull-power- ed SLATE SURFACED ROOFING oatnplctt Mrs Hubert Hall, Mowi qua, III , is visiting her mother, Mrs. lljttie Black at Addison. Mis. Hugb Wood ;.n.l daughter, Miss Kuoy W u wtie ill Luuisviiu Wed day bbopo ug Mr. and Mrs. QoO Kindei and son will occupy the htuse vacattil by Mr. and Mis. May. Dark brown lace shoes, I be latest styles fo- women can be found at Shoe Store. Miss A'well. L.iuisville arrived last week and will be Ine tini inei loi Mrs. J. N. Uordrv'i tllaari sion . Surfaced with natural crushed slate, red; durable, rotlese, fadelt ss BOd attractive for every kind of dwelling Nails and ccrnt nit Included in each roll. Made in one arelghl euly. pounds par 108 square foot roil $2.76 The above prices are Fieight Paid to Your Kai io.nl Motion, if ordeied in lots ol thrt e rolls or more BsMttiVa furnishi d up ie 11 niieet. s-- Order Toduy. Do Not u la Fordsviile Planing Mill Co. JAKE Sip-pel- 's car everybody does. Get a Grant Six now and enjoy it. It will give you everything inelud-inlooks, that any ear up to $1 100 can give you. You want n WILSON, Manager FOHOS V1LLL. KY, g " Kb I'lu- h . ah. w Ranged Kail" dl the pic'im :.iv I glu foi the uoi.tfi: of Ci om Si ei, ty , C uvri port. n M. HAW MAN SON & CO., Cloverport, Agents Breckinridge and Hancock Counties Ky. Buying Your Coa! Now little money, i shortage this Winter. W are selliii Basket Screened Lump at 15c delivered. ORDER NOW a Mrs. Joe Morgan, Hal rodsbui g is visiting her daughtt r, Mrs. J W. Hag-giami Mr. Haggin. lUsin Springs. ixi Grant Motor Car Corporation -:- - Cleveland, O. Will not Mve oti but it insures you affaintt ;i imiaiiiajiii tmmtmtmmmmHmmi Wanted 100 Cars City Coal Co.. James J. Burke. ! mm One uf the Proprietor 5i i i ; Draftees Honored. 11 Toe LawM I 11 V lli even no, Miss It I'litei fuim it nit'iii , Cider Apples L D. ADDISON. Addison, Ky. I llu ai I I... I,. IM SI gave a aix o , I 1. I IT .11 111 lltllllt til ill lull Hiii ,. IV I, mm ill lllll. ill SOS III eliiek dinner Mundav evenini m am i.rvt it. Ik.iioi-o- f Mr. I'aul L.'wis, Caakier Tin- Invited vueata wen: M nt die BreokinridiN II ink ni Clov ilviit'i Hum. Mian iv..., eiport, wliu will leavo in u sIuti gritott, Miss Eathe-- l 1'iyin;, M Iimm for CWmp Zieoarr Tarlr. Mildred BablMuje, iis.i Hen Cbven artea laid fur lag folio Gftfdrey ami M- i- Hath o'Hn int;: Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Bore, lot Mnle ville. Ifeaera, I' .Miss Hum, Miss Kdith Hum and Lstwia, VYlibur (.'luipin, M. .Miss KlV Ltrg lleyser. Messrs. Dt'lllt n, Alltliew Kldl Ftual Lavia gjaj WUtMMr llainae W. Bdtta iTNataoMtl ,li K ll 1 i.. , - Ch-m- y,y Bud lo do auBMtblna It WM now I OT fTW "1 GlRiy l.V 0-! WAS AT-- Who - l et er "Ait, boi I i aWM join p. i l r "Nt W T one Tli niy " lilt i'ilnT' ntn.wcred '.in git me it Britr. ciller '! V gocl Md c, I on had i hanged Iked slow li aotinded j Hi t awNgaf was over I i"i n man who kMW me. c l Directory of Cattle and Hog Breeders of Breckinridge County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley M"ck Farm TIE HOWARD Qlen Clean. Ky I I MI(TS0. hqptgai y I id I WOW WENT "OVER THERE" WITH PERSHING'S DIVISION By HAZEL Mrs twenty-two- CARTER HacH CBffttf of DMilll, Ariz, Is a young woman, urijr huhii nl, CMTporal John J. Carter who?.' army, was ordered to France with tb nf the I'nltcd fltat-PerHhtng expedition DttenalMd t ,ic omp;inv him, hr oltalned I soldier's uniform and fell in an a private on Ins departure, Hhe was Ave days at sea on the transport before discovered through ft inure. After the arrival of tlx- famniii il Mi n In Franca she was returned home attain! lor wishes. It Is a story of romance. Iramatlc in It qualities, full pof the soldier color and late the detail! of that Mrs. ("aHr la the first to till Is of real new value, nli voyage and safe arrival first hand-o- ne that made hlitory. , . COPYRIGHT. 1917. BY THE BELL SYNDICATE CHAPTER I Decide to Go to France. port in r'S "some trip rigged l'raiio,"a iihhIp up a boy, I a long way from Douglas, Arlt.. but to In near my bNahMlid llowater, llM old man." M OM'iy luininaiiding ot!i- el i catted iii tii' uriii.v. mri mi' bgeb M t lie MUM trillKporl iillcr I bad -- I" nt writ Mm tight or my live Mjti in bushan I. Ml ut of rem !i. and live nights walking MM Moor and MhbOMt mil tbt I (l"ii-- li BruVhJ ga In i'i it r IhM that pt MM I urn pMM 11111I luck again ami gel lielilnd pay HUJ own way tie lines ami these storicn is u injj I" hcip pay my won t have to foul the fare, ami IhM officers, as I did. with tlie n ulation Biilote mill "heels on Hie same in am as near to each oilier as the confirma lion of u man permits, MM straight without si illness. bogj erect, from the hips imbuing slightly forward; shoulders s'piareil and falling equally, 'H'lns uud hands hanging naturally, hack of hands outward, little BMgeT OMpOallB seam of troiiser:;, head erect, thin slightly drawn in without constraint, eyes looking straight In from, catching That li about fifteen pace forward. I the poaltloa of a soldier.'' fooled tliem nil right, I Ihink the authorities nere mean not to permit me to land In France As long M I was there, it MM to HM, they Bright hae strelelied a point mid allowed BM to have had a rOOg at the I'.ut they aan firm. They said win totting BM b) might set un example tot nil. ir. s to follow and the gffat tbttl tliey knew Uncle Bam would have a troofi til lady soldiers on Ids hands. At that, I tanied see why I shouldn't i lie a and a good one loo .My grandfather fMgM In tba ttrU war .My lather was a regular in tha Seventh am the wife of I soldier, eavalry one of the bravest, best MINntaa under the Bag- Ba is over there now on the job. doing his hit to make the world safe for denioc ruey, as they say. And 1 um over lu re praying ba vn'I stop a QoraUMI whiz bug w Idle at it. Kaui tly when the idea of posing as a Mrook la" re mm 10 me do iiot tier My htislinnd, John J Curler, wan a corporal in the eighteenth infantry, rarainpag a I Douglae Ariz. Beheloaga to K company There was a lot of talk the hoys for u lODti time about being ordered out. None of them knew where the BlghtOMtl would lie sent They used to etmie to our bouse In I'ritleville. rtabl outside of PolMlali when they were off duty and do a heap Some of of surmising and guessing. them thought they WOO id he kept on the border to see that things remained qlllet there nml kill with the Moveiins. hunch they would folOthers Iki.I low to Prauee, The old timers wi re UlUng lor the latter As I look Inn k MM I must have bud the aarn of the idea In the la k of niy bead tVea IbM, IMOMgb I never voiced It to my self Von see, I was mar lied Bui) hial December, mid the though! ot my husliuml gdMg awuy mid leaving BM behind stirred my gf WTa went MJftMf for a Birtnalbin year and a half liefore we gMg up the paraufl iii bad that year and a ball w th bin now One t j i orpoi.il Cartel eame home from the Mipidjf depot, w heri' he bad on gaard duty The minute I suw In- - fact I knew he hud his orders lie Bra not evihil because he Is an old Inner at IBhlll rlllg lie told me he was lt i in the MSI day under secret inters Tln ie was not much WBrnjMjg The troops ju- -t paekul up and left. was gMWg too did let tell him borailHa he know always BjB In oil: li With BUytbhUJ I tal e a BOtlM to l ami it mMii bava worried him lint I1111I ih ti mined lu make g try at it any That evening and the next nuirn-tng- . MW w Idle be WBB busy iiltendinu to the awtalla or paeklnn ami gatiing aff, knew WMN Waa pretty busy Iniself. tliere was n disi aided kbakl unllorio ratfUlalBM army, that WMbJ Bl BM Bj mean the trousers, tout. the Mlfurai hat. BBM I and t aminiln I I i I I 1 take ait of tbe bttra I know so well TM IMMM from when lliey nie hit mh Mil 11 I I I I I I I licady to March. QattUMI 'I'e rest of m wiinlrnbe was easy I boBgbl shoes Inv's size, which eie ll like the uimy shoes Cuuvas BBJgblBa anil boy's underwear completed the out lit I Braa leady uud was tWBB gagaf to be on the march ty two ami full of banMh and BOfbM In bMMMj 1 Hut he u parhapa for alwajra laal and always n soldier, anil he I suppose be did it us a sold. i should appearance Mi tuabaad aabl his farawall ibMt noon lie w 1 pretty blue, because be IMMhl It would lm aoodby for u bBM 11 tlui'. In wondered that I took It so calmly, but be thought it Wag on the level and didn't realize what I bad d ided-had ao hint of It, In fait. So sooner w as he out of light IhM I I bagWa tod" some ery lull UBBtliltg went to a kldj barber and loM her I wanted in. hair nipped close to my haadi soldier MyM. I bad an MMMajl good bead of hair. Ion- -, luxuriant ami tiluek. The barbaf almost wept when I insisled it had to go She cut it so I could part it on the side. The only 'time during the opcretitm I hail a PMg of regret WM whin she began slim i.e. !.. 'I be razor made BM realize I was in for something mighty big. I had a good laugh when I look my Ant peek in tba minor at myself ns a boy i wwaa'i bad Tha kafla barber did net laugh Tha sight of such a sacrilege Matted lo BMke bef sad. She told me most folks wanted to grow hair-n- ot lose it. After the hair ('Ml it did not lake me I ery kJIM i jump Into my uniform have Ipeul mm h of my life on a ram b. wore riding breeches or bib while overalls. H the clothes were familiar was lo BM and del not feel strange. never was right at BOOM ill thett. happier in my lite ban w hen I look sin. I; of my makeup a sure enough sol diet and ah) la myself raff positively: "I'm : illiH a itll Joint and the troop It left I be bwMae Just as it was nee Bled a small BMtttef to MM at a tine lirlnetantlr, i had praaalaed Hka Ibl mf ha band i noM go t his FaMllj biiI roMMthl there until bl in Ketitneb rerun: Itodeud of this I feHMd m.'i, ( in an nutotnol lie si e. ding for thMghl where llM IrMUpa were even then ill-- I "Tuli'y." my raining Willi mm balklog Thai the uutr hart, ka MuUld have tiled to get big Tuff; her aolial id in K company as a BMMCOt only the.. tin not allow ilo'.'s. EvarjrthiBp wo-- on n ion aroMUfl " were BtatioB. Soltlici ami civilian barrjrbiii here hM there. Qtrbi ware bidding tiieii waetboarta eUnguig gindbys. Mwtbert and fathers, fclsler. nud brother, frWaaa ararr one was there to gie godspeed. Tile soldiers tbemaelvea leemud to ba In tba best of spirits. Tliey laughed and joked aiel in led like men who were going a Way on it big h' jiday. although there was a strain of seriousness through it all that made a lump rise in y.uir throat every now und then. he train I did not linger long outside for fear I might lie recognized, though It was difficult to single out any strange soldier, because there weie so many raw rookies who had just enlisted and bud not bad time to get aeiMblted much. I figured that the eook car would be the safest place. baeaMae there I could be busy doing something, and it WOakl be easier for nic to get by unnoticed, go when the cooks eame along I fell in with them and went Into the car. The) thought I was a new one uud never paid any attention in Of course, my long connection inc. with tin' army helped me, since I knew the regulations and I IHIIMM better than most of the rookies D'. Almost Betrays Kay. Tufty almost spilled the bean for me. She bad giVM l he chaulTeiir who was to take 1'afe of her while I was gone the slip uud gone out on a still bunt for un Von i an tool u man. but you i u not foo u dog The minute she aided tue she nine on the inn. with u yeip and Imp Quite a lot of tha abler thought evmen knew my dog. mid ery minute they Would notice her vlo-- I I tried to eliaso Iter lent BttMtbHMI away She seemed to regal d this us all invitation mid barked happily I grew cross and pushed her aside, ordering Mf home She stootl mill looked lit MM in ii surprised way. I could not seem it. i familiar B Ith her and play Uiy part. I had lo Heat her lis a strange dog. As v is boarding Iraki she came pushed lit r after me Willi u bound away from the slips mid walked up I'oor Telly, he wanted to be soldier tlio M'Ural way I baled lo leave her BM v as the (MB li one to say gi dhv to (lie. anil I Bag I" Heat hM as as! run gag There were souie nervou moments ffore hal train pulled out. I kept In HoHa Aground us much us I could tftaf WbM seelntd to me yeurs there ume ti MNtaa moment ami a chorus of "UUudliy, guild bit k, (i id bless you." the ar begat to move We were on in WUJ to join Pershing "I. ixik IMM here, rookie, or the BM ihhig 'on know you'ii ba Bgtag u mess u pbj ka ii'khja Md aggagtUgag 'or nine hwgaMa " i me In old boy s from (he rggBM, u nun: 1.1 n: 'delta Mtt'tl coiiipuiiv w hom of course -tin-H I I I assl'.rned I dM h en to le t kn .w exnclly whi! w is going o do because I WM an ''.rra and n (liiie: had haag BtW tMed in" I Btigld hriio to sit Hp ail Bight hidden aw. it. Hut soon I saw the lines Wart not so strictly nlusi ii of geltln drawn In h gral h d a place mid at led M MtthaJ body but tue. I was If It belonged t TWa other solilierr ill li eoiupni tineiil were Ibeie w ith me We were well into New Mexico hV foie i rewtHred forward into the troop earn The men were having a great lime, singing ami talking and culling back mid forth You wou'd never have pMnl bay had mM paadbf to thosr-theloved only n few hours before. If there WM any one among them Incline to weaken at their prospcctR lie was too much nf a man to show It. In one ar where there was a number of good vagBBJ tliey were harmonizing on the barber shop chard, Some one struck a blue note There was almost as much commotion as If it had been a dumdum bullet. Soldiers always sing. Tba men hat eaten a hearty dinner Tliey were tired from the bustle and heart wrench of gelling off. They be gan to dlop off Pttrt) Once their beads hit the pillows Ibey were (h ad to tin world. You wou'd Ihink they had nothing nmre on Ibelr minds than a picas-antew wee ha' ratting, so peacefully they slept. I begun to feel like turning in myself. The prospect of bunking In a stateroom BWM I : I I . t Sic ' .; rtitrtrrK had HARMS Prop M. HOWARD A SON. cienceor. Pclied Durham Cattle. Poland Horn China Hogs. Short Polled Durham a Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Ca1tie Duroc MaaM ajarapa Shorthorn Cattle Sho-thor- 4 Duroc Hogs mm Dlhtmna I'.it l ive f I, .t ir-- - ftta I Jrn ey ttmiwm Dealer In l eaf T Hampshire Sheep Hogs bacco Glen Dean, - Ky. T ti I i I i icy iiunic J)luc w. sons. . a a 4 i j own a rrti'ii ix di in 1 Thos. O'Donouhue Dealer in and I'.ieederof Polled Shnrthnrn and Durham Cattle. China lines and Plymouth Rock Chickens Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealers In Hardinsburg, Ky., Route Ky. Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattle Live Stock and 1 Hardinsburg. Ky.. Route Tobacco mi n. lontM, ovuer ORCHARD HOME FARM Paul Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm Irvington. Ky. 0. P. MAVSEY. Proprietor BREEDER OF Farmer and Buyer'of 2. Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder of Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs, Hardinsburg. ky.. Route Hereford and Jersey Cattle Live Stock and Tobacco Webster. Ky. DRURY'S STOCK FARM C. B. DPI nv Proprietor Farmer and Breeder of Park Place G. N. Sows. Boars and Gilts For Sale Irvington, Ky., R. ?!hnm 1 I Lvddan and Feeder Ky. This Space For Sale F. 0. No. Irvington. in -- I Ha:ul Carter. with two - I ttraaga frigbteB Was easy imoperi did not I me HTM one of tbeui. It o BVOid deles lion. tVe slept i I i I -- 11 l wiili all our clothes on but our huts and shoes. In .New Mexico, well out of Arizona, it wm I Brat walked forward and passed my husband. I never gave him u glance, but lie recognized me. I can't remember exactly w hat he said, hut it was something like "My Qotf, what are you doing here'.'' He was Mat us much surprised as I thought he would be. He (lid not scold me. He was not even angry. "Now l hut you are on the train I suppose you might as well go as far as Chicago," lie udded. "Hut you will he a good girl uud go straight home from here, won't you'.'" told him I would think it over, hut I CMhJ not promise. I was doing this on uiy own responsibility, find It was not up to bin to interfere, lie wus Quartered three curs uhead of tue. I in etl lo sneak forward at night and try to reuaoa with Idas about my going Fraii' e to join the Red Croaa. I Wu siiu wiili the cooks Whenever Beard all) one coming I'd grab a dbtbpaii or aoMMrthlag uud get very lu:sy. If an otln ar gara me a suspicious giauce i looked aim square in the eye Md stood at BtteatiOB like the rest of Army otticers ure eusy the doughboys to fool. Sometimes we laid up us long as twaotf-fou- r hours In n town. When ever w, stopped the Soldier hud to get out gad exeicise It was this stunding order thai gave BM my lirst close cull. W e had been put tin u siding In some town, uud tlie trOOp were olf stretching their legs was sitting in u seat talking w ith a JTOMg sergeant when an ollh or entile through. "What arc yog I WO fellows doing "Why aren't you lure'.'" lie bl istered out hi aiarclaeV I don't mmmb lie wa gruff. The Halted Suites army OgY eers treat their men w hile. We were on our feet and out of the ear In a minute. I turned around mid ciitne right bgeh The "C O" did not return, lie prohubl.v thought we were There were a couple of lazy rookies so many young' men among the recruits lucre boys some of them Tliey had to obtain the consent of I hall parents pussed for before be! could enlist one of these hoy soldiers 1 1 I I There Is n nieket of BMll MraHbkJ in franee now for I'rivnie Lea C CarI re ehn.se ter. Tlll.t Irt till' MMMMl ineuiher particularly one Utthi ghH ill u small town in Ohio. She wus gbgag tuenty years ohl. dark. ver fmttjf uud very seniiiiu nlal mi tba aMhJact of soldiers. 'Where do vou eome tragi 1" she called to me. as I was sill lie,' in tile cur window. replied. "ArlzoMa." "Where are yon going K .1 "Stunew here in t'lniue!" niisu proud I und bopafHll; too. Bha laoheil so nhocfccd that out gnd talked Nith bar. Wa chatteg lor qtgta uwhiie. s;,.- t..-my addve and said the MroHhl kaap MM BMatgi thing bgl'k MMMK when I was in the I cMrrtod the thlag Ibrawgh ItaMchaa. . I even to the (inl her Bl She was awfully sui'iriscU, lutt thrilled ut the I'oinaiu e nf the situation Being a Homed is aaaler lhaa being a soldier. Jual be for ara reached Chlcaga my hnaband raraa t. me ami begged me not to go on. 'It w ill ho better for you to no homo with the folks." he said. "You CB ttudy HMIMtag and enter the Ited Cross us soon as you qualify." replied. "I can sicnd months "Yes," In preparation, and when linish they will semi mo to tlio eastern frout or put me on some hospital ship or keep me on duty here lu the U. S. A. Not for gwl I will be no nearer you than I Brag before. If I go uIour tliere will be a chance of my being sent for duty back of your lines At least I will request that positiou." "I command jron to return." lie said in bis severest military manner. "I'll think It over. Corporal Carter." I promised and walked awny. When the train pulled not of Chicago I was in the rook t ar pcollMg polaloes. when w arrived in Qabokaa the mrn went straight from the train to ii t. Here again my BBahanil the trail remonstrated w ith me all. I j 1 ui as long as I'm going over to fight for her Ore, rooh nl them lights Must lie a billion of them And the buildings Kind tall, eh? If the Cermaus ever started ahootlMg at them, good There were few, If any, shore leaves after tbe turn boarded the transport. Tlio fart heal Ihey went was out on the pier. Across gg river, they could see tbe gay lights of New York beckoning1. Tliey had read often of tbe Great White Wuy. I'ew of them bad ever seen It Here ihey were, within a few minutes of it yet it might as well have been a 1 1KB IBB ad miles away. "I'tl like to take Just one slant," said a rookhl to me one evening, as we were standing on deck, gazing across the river til the r.iass of lights we knew was New York lie wns a big. fellow, typical of tlie west. "I'd like lo uho the old town the once over row-booe- L. C. TAUL Insurance Office Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tor- - nadoand Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies f gad art-ini;- Bight' 1 1 Husband Aain Urges Her to Return Flirts With Girl. It wa fun slopping ut the towus. lie people clinic down to see the troop trains puss through, uud they certainly They brought us treated us royally fruit uud candy und cigarettes uud nil Tlie girls were torts of drllcuclcs hilly Mlbuasaaght They struck up MM oni ersutlons with the soldiers, addresses und promised to Brit often I in Iked will) u number of girls on be BB est iindhnanaged to fool them i -- I t knew i eakHM Wusthetlist i hue I bad neeu directly addressed "You've got uwuy with it this fur," be said. "Don't you think It is time to go buck?" "I'll say goodhy, and I'll go If I can," was my answer. When the time came I fell In line again with lie cooks and went aboard the nirge. The barge was tied alongside the lrgMiMHl where the KiL'hteentb was n was pilai high with agabarkhM w hieh were lieing loadad on to supplies the ship Thee kept arriving all daj und far intitlie night rent truck loads nf i hem were emptied out on tlie deck. This continued during the entire three dajra we were BMoborad lhara i worked like a TrojBB, and m.v hands weie well Ml .leri d. I. at uiy heart WM buppy. There were UU leeping tpiarters oil the barge, hut tliere were plenty of Tlie cooks w 'ere quarter mat res-- i s We slept on maltre c. ad together. thrown on the Hour Inside the hargc II MrgJ BOt um nmfoi lahle cabin used to wake up In the night, look IMM at the dusky form of the transport swaying (cully on (he tide ami pruy would not be discovered until I was u hoard und well out on to the ocean The boys uround mo snored peacefully They bad nothing to worry them but tbe work of unloading tlie supplies Every evening thrc wus a crap game in the ggbga. It was what you would call a fading game- - noisy, with calls for "I.lttle Joe" uud tbe rest. The pluyers got most of their fun out of Joshing one uuother. One uiaii usually took all the money The next night si line fellow a winner In another giiiue Would take It uwuy from hliu. an. si It went, finally, tbe lucky survivor bud It ulL I I I I Over ..ii the transport an accordion was whining It Sweet Adeline." f-- r cs-- " ggtgg gajggj aruofl into "I've Bern Working on the II. W.Trent Henrr Trent P.;l. Dalt Railroad" old trouper songs. Thaa v came " 'Way DnWB Yonder In the Corn-Hel- if' ' The bojrg were hurniniimng again. Always singing, singing, singing. .Music Is the safety valve of the soldier. All the next morning tliere was an unusual hurrying to get tbe supplies i Livery, aboard. We knew the hour of sailing wus close at hand, a It hough no orders bad been given. You could feel it In , tbe nlr, tbe same as you can a strong current of electricity had not seen : Ky. niy husband for three days. He was tS- BbMbp busy aboard the transport, und I kept close to the barge. Shortly befnro noon I felt the time crept up a ladder to tbe had come. top of tbe barge. For awhile stayed ATTORNEY there wailing for the way to be clear. Soldiers were hurrying hack and forth Get my Rates for Collecting Notes and on (leek No one net iced 'lie If they Mortgages by Suit in tbe Circuit Court. Brag one did they suppi ned nl t uiir-Cloverport, Kentucky of them nailed until lu (lech at that part ol lb lranMrt was free of officers. btvMMaa did Mill want lo be t questioned then. There Bra I of i unit: t"ti gV'hlr-M-l to ti lting under aril) Up and slipped eillll over on lo the dii '. of the transpurt. We weie HM out wav In Trance. fs?s I st d I Hardinsburg Livery j Feed and 1 :4?ar5i s??ai Sale Stable Hardinsburg, I I V. G. BABBAGE e. I I I lu-- Dr. R. I. I Stephenson DENTIST Located In Has Permanently Hardinsburg. (Continued next week). Oltice in Masonic Buildinq formerly occupied by Dr. H. E. Royalty Stop Crying About tbe War! Maajt mothers arc making matters much worse by weeping day ill and day out about their sons. War is bad enough HritbOOt Sliding ay extra sorrow kefore Anna BBTtihag has actually happened. stt se gichardaoa ojMotaaia tba Octobar Woman's Home Companion from a letter Written tO bar. The w riter of the letter says: ' Like most iiiotbets who have given OBI to their country, I go out whin And what can lo divert my thoughts, do heat? A friend iiKiiiics whether I have beard from my boy and adds, ,Wcli, BBeat txpected Ul see tha time that would be glad my three children are am now ' My next hostess girN, but comments on the sadness of our finest young men being sai l iliccd "At prayer meeting last night, the leader, in the voice usuully reserved for funerals, spoke of our boys at the front, be was followed by another speaker who solemnly announced the catetl rumor that our boys are taking Next their coflins with them to a woniun related with harrowing details bow her father went to tbe Civil War, never to return, olten stopping to regain And tbe meeting closed her with the most un 'anibolv byuin in the book I feel as if I never want to go to piayei meeting again. . I 1 l. R. B. McGlothlan Dealer In IRVINGTON, kV Second Hand Goods Business Solicited ycais experience; Prices Reasonable; Yours for a clean sale; write uie at Irvington, Ky. "'o If you are going to have a sale, you My Motto: will need ail Auctioneer Wil ing to work for the money Service Mmmm COL. H. J. GOKSUCH CENTER VIEW Crops are looking fane since the recent rains, Partners are busy cutting tobacco. Rev. Roberts filled Kcv. llruniiigtun . appointment at Co) les Sunday. The meeting closed at Mt. ( .ile.nl last Tuesday evening. Had a good revival. CALLED TERM County Ficcal Breckinridge Court. Kentucky ews An epitome of moat important event! transpiring in state tunings Arro-r1l- n to Lontevltle. from Hattio' nrr. knovl men are to be . from Camp " K lor 10 the national cu.irds of Kentucky, and Illinois. 11 I 1 PritMiy i' LIS! W A. MmiU'll-5- Continued from pears B- -' t tie el Friday, September 7. 1917 At a Called term of I hi llreik in riilc Court, railed held in County md for Hreck inride County, in the Court lionsc in Hardln.barg, Kentucky on Friday, Septemlwr Hie "lh, 1917. t ject of the meeting lo purchase Stone for the coiistriirlou of the llatdilishurK and '. arfie d l'ike, Hint for any otlnr matter that may HHM hefore the Court for its consideration. Present: Hon. I) I) Powell, presid in( Judge of the llrcckiiiriiiKe County and the following named justices of the l'raee to wit: Ksquires C. I'.. Ro!hins: J. J Keenan: S. 1). Cox: I). C Heron, Ahe Itennett and W W Baxter, lieing all of the Justices of the Peace in County in Breckinridge Commission Kentucky In Ke Stone for Ilardinsliurg and ( iartu-lli-e- al - tillRJ s Louisville. As the result of proof tests voiced by several business men before the State Railroad Commission, the Louisville & N'ashvllle railroad withdrew Its petition for an Increase of 15 per cent In freight rates on coal between Kentucky points. Holder, charg', ed with desertion from Company Second Kentucky Refrlment. now stationed at Hattleshurg. Miss., was here hy Detective Harnett anil taken immediately to Ft. Thomas, whore he will he turned over to the Winchester.-Walter military authorities. A hung jury was the rePlkesvllle. sult In the second trial of C, T. Ahele. Covington, former coal broker, charged hy indictment in circuit court with having obtained property under false pretenses In Pike county. Kv. A third trial on the barge w ill be hold In February. Ahele Is held under bond. Pike. Heron, On motion of Ksiiire I). C seconded hy Ksquire Abe Iteuiiett. the hid of the Webster Stone Gnnpa ly, for 11 irdinshnre, ami Rock to he ustd on tlie O.irfield l'ike on inter county seat road, at the price of fifty cents per ton be and I the same If hereby accepted V their plant at Irvington, Kentucky This Winchester. Squire Samuel Ptirs-Icy- . one of the county's prominent and contract is to cover all Stone used in the construction of said l'ike during the year wealthiest farmers, was killed near here, and his brother. John l'ursley. of 1917. was perhaps fatally injured when an Came C. J. Carnegie, Sales Manager automobile In which they were return for the Webster Stone Company, and Ing from Lexington was hit hy a fast ntered into a contract with the Fiscal C. A O. freight train at Pine Grove Court of Breckinridge County, Kentucky Station. said Contract to become binding when approved by the Commissioner of Public Springfield. Farmers of WashingThe said Contract ton county are busy cutting tobacco. Roads of Kentucky. They state that they have nevi ft is in words and figures as follow: "THIS CON TRACT made and inter known a more suitable leaaoaj for cutcd into by and between ltreckii ri.lgc ting and housing tobacco than that County, party of the first part, tad the afforded by the weather of the last crop Is almost up to Webster Stone Company, party of the two weeks. The the average year in quantity and far second part. above the average In (pialfty. WITNKSSK I'll: That for and in con of the sum of fifty (90.50 sideration Ilarbourville. Detection from the cuts pat ton, 1', O. B. cars at The ranks of the striking oal miners of Vebstcr Stone Company's Plant, hereby the Southeastern Kentucky fields is claimed by mine operators of the disagrees to furnish Breckinridge Count trict, who assert that the strike is crushed stone to be used on the H irdins The claim la Garfield Pike for the year 1917. failing in its purpose. burg and men and miners Said contract to be submitted to the made that unmarried living on farms have been cut off from Commissioner of Pulic Roads for his union benefits. to be tarnished pproval. Slid Stone according to State specifications Neon. John Allphin, fireman, and The party of the second part agrees to two negro passengers were killed and egin the delivery on or before Septem about 2(1 other negro passengers were when a freight locomotive, :ier Hie 20th, and deliver as mpiesed by injured running wild, clashed into a Louisville he Construction Kugineer. Witness our hands this the 7th day of & Nashville passenger train about one mile west of here. The locomotive is September, I9I7. believed to have been set in motion COUNTY, B R RC KIMR1DOS by a negro who was seen running By I). I) DoWCll Co Judge away. I). C. Heron Abe Bennett Hickman. The first load of cotton W. W. Baxter this season was just brought In. havS D. Cox ing been grown by L B. and Henry Kverett on the K. J. W. Ward and C. J.J. Keenan T. Travis farm, three miles below C. K. Robbins town, and brought 10 cents in the TUB WBMTBL BTOMR Co., seed. This cottou was sold to the By C. J. Carnegie, S M Hickman Cotton Company, which im A yea and nay vole being taken re mediately ginned it and shipped it to Esquires, Robbins, suited as follows: Memphis. Yea; Keenan, Yea; Cox, Yea; Heron, Yea; Bennett, Yea and Baxter Yea Whitesburg. A large number of Wherefore it was declared that said con good roads boosters representing a is hereby accepted tract be and the same number of mountain towns. Including the Court, and the C erk of this Morton, Hig Btone Gap and WIsa in Court is directed to send the contracts to Virginia, and Jenkins, l'ikeville, Jackthe Commissioner of Public Roads for son and neattyville. met in Hazard to discuss plans for the building of tin his approval. highway. from ( In motion du'y made, seconded and Not Ion Norton, in the heart id' the Southwestcarried, it is ordered tint Captain W. l ern Virginia coal Relda, Origan be, and he is hereby allowed an additional sum ol MX per day for his Ou ens horo. J. M. Vaughn tiled a service as County Road Engineer, said petition in Davies conntv circuit court M Oil per per day being in addition to here asking for the appointment of the amount allowed by the State, and receiver for the Ross Vaughn Tobacco of Owenshoro. and the the sam 1 be chargeable to the State Aid Company granting of an order restraining John voad l'"und. 1)11 motion duly made, seconded and Ross, president of the company, from is ordered that the following disposing of $:ir,000 worth of atock carried, it owned by Vaughn and held by Ross laims be, and they are hereby allowed, as collateral on a loan. iood Roads Machinery Company, for one little Winner Road While the soldiers, alLouisville. lowed their freedom, lounged about Clrader same to be paid out of the 6th Dist Road l'und f 165 00 the grounds or indulged in play, an endless procession of automobiles filed Jajav P. Morton & Co. Binding past Camp Taylor last Sunday. There Book, claim itemized 3 29 shouting bewas much , Re Contract for Concrete for Hardin-sbur- j tween the men Inside the grounds and and Garfield l'ike passing autolsts, but none were perOn motion duly made, seconded and mitted to enter the camp. It was said I). that another day would be set as visarried, it is ordered that the Hon 1). Dowell; Judge of the Breckinridge iting day. County Court, and Captain W. IJ. Construction eugineer, he and Louisville. Construction of infantry 'he same are hereby empowered into a rifle ranges bordering the hills he contract with Smith and Craheu, or any yond Camp Taylor engaged the attenother Contractor, for the Concrete draintion of Major Frank 15 Lamphere, age on said Pike Road, subject to the construction quartermaster, on his arof rival here after a trip to Washington. the Commissioner ipproval of Major Lamphere brought word which Vublic Roads of Kentucky. definitely a persistent rumor if 110 contract is entered into, then quiets that the camp was to be enlarged to said work to be done by h'orce Account a commodate troops from California. inder the supervision of the said CapMajor Lamphere said there will be no tain W. R, Cairigan, Construction Kugi- expansion of Ihe camp at present. neer. Richmond. -- W. A. Arhuckle, J. T. On motion duly made, seconded ami carried, it is ordered that the following Curtis and Charles Curtis, large land named Justices of the Peace be, and they owners in Madison county, were arne hereby allowed their per diem rested 011 charges of hunting game ( 00 day RaajMBM C I). Robbins without a license. The warrants were " day J. J. Keenan 3 oO WW! out hy Deputy (lame Warden day S. I). Cox 3 oO W H. Glider. day D. C. Heron 3 00 A highly contagious dis Louisville. " W. W. Baxter 3 00 day duly made, seconded and ease, which has proved fatal in sevOil motion cases, has appeared among the carried, it is ordered that Court adjourn. eral horses at Camp Taylor. Ten horses D. D. Howell, J. li. C. have recently been stricken, and one death resulted. Animals arriving were News Subscribe for placed in quarantine. ) 11 good-nature11 Car-riga1 1 1 I Battel cents. best hunch of parsnips. Q Oilpm BJ cents. best bunch salsiafy, Mrs G. O llailey Klllott Versailles. Puckner. of Clarksvllle. Tenn., has been secured 2 cents, as county farm demonstrator for best bunch green beans, S. C Dowell Woodford county, and has entered H cents Is upon his duties here. Mr. Hiukner Largest turnip, C C Aldridge BJ cents, a native of Christian county. Ky.. and best pk. Irish potatoes, Mrs. Carimgie has been engaged In farming and edu- n, cational work all his life. best pk Sweet potatoes, Philip Cain Samuel Preston FetAshland Largest watermelon, G N. I.vddan 2." ter and Mrs. Fetter, of Paintsvllle, have bought the residence of Judge cents It Is Best display onions, Mrs G O U ii ev John F Hager, on Path avenue understood the deal represented $n0.-000- . OO cents. Mrs. Fetter was the widow of best co lection 'arm seeds, N l.wl John C. C. Mayo, the mult! millionaire dan $u. of Northeastern Kentucky. Second best, John I.wldan f J0 Display Klkton Pile destroyed a large tobacco barn and contents on tin- - farm best deeorateil window business house, t of i). F. Gill, near Allcnsvil!'. T. N. McC.lothl tt 50 ing a loss of $2. im w ith no in Branca. llest decorated auto in parade, Don 1,006 Alafl a barn containing about pounds of tobacco belonging to Leslie) I.vddan $2. Second I'.est, Local Red Cross Society Harris, who had responded to Ma call best decorated carriage In parade, Mrs under the selective draft, was destroy-hy Are LOT Dowell $j 00 Second best, Lexington --Alleging he had been best ladv rider over IS yrs old, Miss hampered in his work, and oh;, ting falsi Lyon b it valued at $3 to the appointment of George B, (Strata) by County Judge Prang A. Bollock Prettiest 3 pot plants, Mrs R 'It Melo be in charge of an asphalt mixtni Glothlan fl 50 plant. Robert W. Davis Submitted bis best 3 varieties cut Mowers, Miss Rllen resignation as county road supervisor to the Kaye'v fiscal court, and it was Stanford f I. second best, Mrs George Lyddsn SO accepted by a vote of fi to 1. 1 Wilbert Riley Cooda'ier. who was among those notified to appear here as Caldwell's first quota to go 10 Camp Taylor, was nrresti ate! plared In the county Jail. Qoodakaf olectivt has protested airainst the draft and has threatened not to one ply with the order. Piin.eton. ci'eii. e, cent-- " I October Bargain Month I FOR cell Is. LargsM H Mat on 50 Larni- -i set . potato, rSlrwtgh MM tomato. G. !' BtMft Lirgrst bett, gMfden, Mrs G d O. 1 I I The Breckenridge Newsf ,1 8 AND I The 8 8 Evansville Courier I The (ireat Daily Newspaper n 8 32I I The Breckinridge News Weekl 1 "fgT) Si.50' ( ', Ya Boh for 8 r I i 3 The Evansville Daily, 1 Yam b) Mail F" I $5.00 m . 11 This Kate Only During October d Semi your lubtcriptioti and your name either to The Hreckenritte News or to the EvRfltvillc Courier. Brighten the long, dark, w inter dayi In the weekly visit of The Breckenridge News and the daily visit of The C ourier. f cell Is. IX ington, Btonghi anil in the federal co irt In this city for 115,001 damages Frankfort. B. B. Brearer, a seidier best disp'av dahlias, four colors. Miss! In the regular nrnij stationed at Lex- M. Orceiiwood, 1st pric 50 ce ts, Mis. Roberts, 2ml prise by Mr. ton. If Sunday is Desired Add $2.00 warn rr-.p- fich Nether 1 2 aeainst the Western I'tvon Telegraph He nllegps that the comCompany. pany failed to deliver him n telegram at a time when his wife was 111 and caused hir.i to make a trip tn the Pi Islands. Middles bo rO-.- Attended by a crowd estimated at 2,00ii miners, their wivej and children, a mass nieet:ng held here was addressed by Vice President Hayes. National Organiser Feeneyai' l President Smith, of District lit. Vice President Hayes asserted thai the BO tional organization was not only back of the men in this field, but would remain with them until the strike Is won. The An appeal was filed in Louisville. circuit court hy Judge R. W. Bingham! V R. Kenan. Jr.. of New York, and I. V.Ida William A. Blount, executors of the Sweepstakes will of Mary Lily Flagler Hinghain. in 1; ltest display garden tiuck, Mrs which the appellants seek to set asidq A lei J3. the court order appointing the FidelBest displ y canned goods; Mrs, O A ity and Colunih'a Trust Company and Louisville Trust Company as joint Bally $'). the Becond best. Miss Bvs Carrigon$4. administrators of the Bingham aetata, best dairy display, Mrs J. Ater Whitesburg - The Hardshell Bap12. tists of the San Hick church, near Second best, Mrs I!. W. Carter, Whitesburg, he'd their annual three be t disp ay canned goods; si Varieties) days' OMating which was attended hv girl under I5 vrs. old, Miss I, ouise Carter ministers trom both Kentucky and Be I muni were preached by Virginia. best display oi jelly, Mrs. Carnagiefj. Elders Wilson Churck, of Virginia; Beet pair aheep any breed, O, P Bendy James Hudson, of Pike county; Thomas Kelley. Knott county; James Hall, 2 all best diap'n) farm products, Ceo. I.yd-- i nf Perry, and Marion Blair, of Colly, dnn 110, Bowling Green. Dewey Chancellor, Second best, Oscar Dowell Pat Xewklrk and William Donikua best drilicd organisation in parade, are held here awaiting the arrival of Boy Scouts 3. an army sip ad to take them hark to Reeond best, Old So'. liers Georgia. The former is charged w it In best agiicultiii.il iloat 111 parade, J. D. Doing a deserter from the Ith Virginia Lyddsn $6. w ith being abInfantry) and Xev k!rk parade, best decorated automobile sent without aerralaaloe from Cmb anny m, nth Oeoegla Infantry, accord- Don I.wldan. ing to lelegiagla received from here Second best, Irvingtoii Re Co M So from army nitoera. ciety Special PftaM Offered Preitleat piece ol needlework any age, Loxington in comnliance with a notilUatlon received from Woshtngtoa Mis, Maggie bandy $2. calling on Kentucky to furnish 600 Second best. Miss Maggie bandy $1 50 telegraph operators for service in the Third best, Miss A ngie ( libson $1 siKiial corps branch of the army, Jndgt best dressed doll ill sewing done by Lyman It. Chalkley. 01 the Coiincil of baud) child 12 yrs old or younger, Miss National Defense fof Kajette county, Vounger .Louisville, f2. has conferred with Dr. McVey, the Bedora Most neatly made apron all sewing new president of thn University of Kentucky, with the purpose of placing done by band, by child 12 yrs. or young a school of telegraphy at that institu- er, Miss Kudora Vounger, Louisville, $1 50 tion. Above prizes were open to the State Lexington. Following a meeting of citizens here at wliich the strike of FALL TIPS. coal miners in the Kentucky-Tennesseheld and the threatening coal famA jroetbfOl sash tied ut the Imek or ine were discussed, a telegram was the slightly in sea orate) line Is one sent hy Mayor James C. Rogers and aiiviiin e lad Lines ure si milliter. others to President Wilson, Secretary Stake lines more lilted l.iilfze. crllshv of Labor Wilson, Senators James and oallars a oal mm keta iieealot, as do the Hcckhaui, Congressman Cantrill, Fuel rippling sliouidor cauea talllag from Administrator Carlield and Governor bneaiii Ida ul eollara, Some ssjekets Sl.lrts lire Stanley, urging ipiick action to hasten shoe, "lil.i veilieul slits a conclusion of the negotiations with not ti a el t, and a aillllary luurii hare There respect to the price of coal in this and there is neur n inisliike hi' h sTlM do, nut lo state and to secure an adjustment of are many voauta the labor troubles in the mining dis- s eaU or the ever BJUUOl bagctl and liil.i They ia. liele 111.0 e 014 aaliajOl aeaeekg trict of Southeastern Kentucky. .luvu the ureelis. I,n t':if niel fur Carlisle. Growers of this county blow n, taupe and plum colors. report that high prices are being of- iiiuu iais. duvetya, reeaawe aael keeuol me ainiMiu the neo fered for the 1917 tobacco crop, fine grower near this cily reporting that FALL BLOUSES. he sold his crop to a speculator at per 100 pounds for all grades. The peasant or sgaock sl.Oe of hlnu-- e iih sllref County Judge Green re- ami tie' eralatroal Maegaa Louisville piaveelMMa avat fused to renew a tavern license in this laaej baoina ariu taUe uist tliis lull. county, and this action indicates that the ordinary A reeent novelty which Is apeektg fifty saloons In the county will he put Is the tvnisteoiit out of existence because they fall eiioruioiisly poiular within the n w mile radiua the govern- sweuler hlouse, made of Jersey In hI 'i ment fixed for Camp Taylor outside or UU.T silk. Thin Is somewhat of a sports I'uruieiit. the city limits. 11 ( . 111 i ( I i i llest piece of hand embroidery under1 yr old, Miss MoRgfc Bandy il. Bant hand made counter p ine under 3 yrs old. Mr.. John Vagal At) cents best sample needle WOT under 2 vis old, Mrs. Vngcl 5" cents Prettiest puhome noeeu cai d, Mrs J W A Of JO cents Prettiest pteee band pointing, alissRvs Csrrigaa 50 cents Letti r Kahy Contest Child under year old, son ot Mr and Mrs Overton Blanford 3 Second best, child of Mr. and Mrs. Ross. Child over one ami under three, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dtnnajai g. Second best, child of .Mr. and Mrs. M I Louisville, HenUerson & St. Louis Ry, Co. DAILY TO ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE p. m. 8:35 a. m.. 9:48 8:35 a. m.. 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. PULLMAN SLEEPERS L., H. & ST. L. RY. High-Class IIS STATION C. PULLMAN SLEEPERS I Coaches LEAVE UNION Observation Parlor Cars TENTH AND BROADWAY TRAINS City Ticket Office: Fourth and Main Both Phones R. F. PENN. T. P. A. 1134 E. M. WOMACK. G. H. L. SWEENEY. P. A. P. A. LOUISVILLE, KY. THE FOLKsS AT HOME Want your photograph, in uniform, to he sure, but they may need reminding that yon want photographs of them as well. If you will do the reminding we will make the photographs that will please you. BRABANDT'S STUDIO NEWS OFFICE BUILDING CLOVERPOR 1. KY DR. W. Office Hours; B. TAYLOR. A.1WS1 ts, ,s ...PERMANENT... i DENTIST fttJSiVi flee I" oHiet tllll lln; y Inington, Ky. Large, Clean, Old Rags 3ic per lb. at The News Offlee. THE PROPER COURSE Have You Housed Your Information of Priceless Value to Every Cloverport Citizen. I t in hii ( im i gOBO) is ki InrMimiblr worth, and lM particularly true or the dtaOeall anil ills If you Battel Wftft of the human b"dy Mow ot t BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS. Cashier SERVICE CONTENTMENT 8. SKILLM AN, Presldent- - Tobacco? We can carry the riskv on this high-priced THE BANK OF SECURITY. WE ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN product for you at small cost. To? Can You Afford PAUL GOMPTON, - Hardinsburg, Kentucky. Fire, Tornado and all class- es of Insurance. kidney backache, bindder disori'ers, or any torm of kidney trouble, the advice contained in the fnlh.u'irg statement should add a valuab'e nstt to your store of knowl:dne. What eouid he more convincing proof of the illielency ot loan's Kidiley Pills than the statement of a Cloverport woman who used them and who publicly tells of the ben efit derivti'? Mrs. J. II. Brown, Main street, Clo verport, says: "1 have used Doan's Kidney Pills, in the past, which I procured at Wedding' "rug Store. From received from thir use I the benefit am only loo fjjjed IB recommend or advise their use to others as Doan a KM nev 'Hills h ive proved perfectly ratis factory to me " price 60b, at all di Bh rs Doa'l simply ask for a Id iney rermdy net Ilium's Kidniy Pills the same thai Mi.--. Brown lluf n Cs , Props had fal... N. Y. 1 Poster-Miibu, 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits Republican Ticket For State Senator Dr. S. I. Parks For Repr aentatlve Roy J. Cain For County Judge S. B. I'ayne For County Attorney W. Sherman Ball For County Court Clerk A Winning Confidence THAT'S thing than your business. "Your confidence" is what we a bigger T. Beard For Sheriff J. B. Carman For School Superintendent J. Ka lei g b Meador A 1.. A. U Suler, who are T M McOlothlsii's hard. ware etorc, received the pri.a of ''..ill for the best window display Bl tr.c riie fourth COBgrfaaloOal Teachers' Country Fair. Mr. and Mrs Suter do Bstattoa willrnct here this month. BBUd tht piizsto the bunding of the ill of the ti.cliersol the icni ty be Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs of For Jailer A he Meadar For Justice of the Peace Third Dittrlct Horace McCoy HARDINSBUMG m magrrs Democratic Ticket I or Slate Senator II. II. Harrington V. W. Baxter p K MrM lis Adv. KiiitueWv, ! the RMM et.ls, lr mill Mrs A. Hi KiaelHtloa Mrs. Flak. Ater won the pri. for lis. o I II I'ile is the gaest Oi n la- I'lelust truck fardcB oispiay of f.'l, - y mid Qaii tkl this wi ek H llvi t la biefa she gave to tho building fund of 4ka MavtM Miitiiikily his retaretd tin- H.i p' ist church. to her home in Kvausvdle, after a TlM U"d Cross Su. iety added twerty-tnrew ks vi.it I., i ill . t m In re. raines to its memhersnip durirg . li inn. ih Hoard rataratd t Bo the Country Pair. .iatiiidiiy i'ft- i a sho.l visit to In r l Ed Morrison will give B social en ,. int.., Mr. ami Mrs. Iininr Heard SVSOiBg at the heme of Mr. K.aiil la. tlMJHvlll booieil F. inay aril Mr.,. T N M. Cot hlan. Nidi v 10 h I lyci urn from October to uexi guest will take one penny for every A iM letter in their name, and the total liss K athlrva UubanBM Saturday amount ol pennies sill be given to the a Stnrl iy in Louisville m the eiut bui ding fu.nl of I he it ip' 1st church. st f e Mi-- doriisC Ku.cheloc, I BMMkM of the marshal ot Irvmyton A. F. Schindier wants - your vote for Citizens ticket. For Representative Fjr County Judge Ken Rhodca Another way of confidence sell Hart Si'haffner win-nm- o For Sheriff Sim I x For County Attorney Moorman Ditto is to es' are after. It might mean telling you that we didn't have "the exactly" right thing foryou. We'd rath er not sell you than give you the wrong thing. It means giving values and watching out for your interests; it means return- Mar always clothes: right in they're style. when you're not satisfied. is; Con"ti;;lu Hurt Schalfneri Marx ing your money For School Superintendent .V rs. Una K. I'etnck For Jailer Tics Becdrlch lit and prices. You'll like this new sport suit; we'll show VOU That's the kind of a clothing store this Birth Announcements. T C Allen, of I5I0 Anile reon street, LotlUetlle, announce laughter) A ne Mildred arrin A'. in, s, pi t'i. 1:117. Rlmi King( of Irving-- t and coog atu!ations on r, are lec.ivi I0I7 Mri. the birth of a tu Mr. BBd you others Mrs nia like better. you'll like to do Ot iinils. business here. Mr. ihmI Mis I'. M Ite.inl. little Ml s s. U a RMhattUon Beard and Mm. I ! ll i v.- returned frUBt vMl el. it'ls-t clativoi in lr viiiKton. it K Louisville Stock .Yarket I! to Ma nod attoorii 'I la Irvhtgtftn .lib file: I5.(I ' ve. the fan Shee.; a v. t Jot i, k.h.,1 Man Kb Sin t) ot HiM Ida !(!illl A7.IHI the dloM I tut K him l Hi I. i home ;i s 50, iltr lied. s un d d ittfljMrrn, Mi' W. A W .tkei ' i r.i i ate: Mi bbb M 1 Klrka . ll Miltlml IV di i i Brill le ve 'el!ue'il.l to dri ' W i -' ii M iler em, N. I., where they eaptct to upend the wtoler. Mr. U.ii'li.o I SVethiBgloB died in Clo 1 hursday tins The vrioii here Kmlav Bud bulled wire in St Ktniiaulit'.. leiueter, Ationity Claud Meicei and (i.o Ubib BMMB in Ci'oeipoit Haturi a, on i i r , I I k- til, wnd anil Mr and Mri Dcaail Sir iran are at MB im fun:, a vi it ia Mr and Mrs Jin iS pound , $18 I' rlogioa ok. a 16. 15; I'uujili si A Mi ('K' illy ni Saturday m N t. 'i' !'i itv'os. $19 l.: 130 ti . B. F. BEARD Ilea ble & cv The Home of Hart Si harFner COMPANY Marx Clothes p di s- -i .: Co - t.o . w. i '' Kiag was formerly who freipientiy v i Jary N. vitt siN d In C nveipcrt. HARDINSBURG, KENTUCKY .. ,: I Bl id ia l LOMBURG I V . '.'. 'llflll i Mrs. Edith Asltlv ami da ugh ten tin; Brsi time, think she will of Henderson, Bit the gucatc oi to wall; in another week. Mrs. Ashley's sister, Mis. A. J, I til busi-ne.'.- t. Circuit Cuui I wM con vena Beat Mor- r i .1 is i x ;iect. 'I a ml all day. A uritl b lu ll'. i f t'.ir Hell.' t The Baa Hottcj Ciuh walil give b lupchaoa at Uki Miuahty altar w a Valkar, Mr no oi in I" i ha chl let o m inli :rs ot WBU this club Mi. tad Mi Frnii PallavBB and Mr:, lieUvHaVtB hive ieluintd iroui a i: utut Inp lo illative in HnB I !,(. M t I - I'ock II. Hardin. Will McCoy koaffkl Boll Miller's FALL TOPCOAT. farm, paid. 11000. Itoll Miller liouht .less Shaw's farm, paid Itl'.'VI II - "" "Ml s lii tlir ril(lll) tnhurrn lhada live i'ii- UattJ Ciiat, BO snilnlii,. y (. 11.. ..... : now ruuiiiiii; on nrown, ; ..1 r.. i IRVINGTOIN .i.i Hen ti.. '"mi i...i ne vi 11. iv St. L . as ii.. ..ii""in . i..i liasiiruire 1.. llllll II IIIL'I'IIII III if pouch pockets, tv BWtlBW with BBBJI bona battoas sad luaatar, Mrs I .ho Holland and daughter, of whim besasVluth niliii', tuake atoiUali B, F. tiardil who had a paralytSiielbyvi'le, and Mrs Miram Willell, tiulshea. ic stroke on ika lirsl of July, was Of Califonii.i, are the guest of Mi Subacriba Fur Tha Nawi and Mis J ll Ash. ,,fl to the table Sunda for able to i . I 1 Mai vie Heard. Ji . Morri Jolly, A'- .ni! I .et: I ' ivis have re-- t bert Itio. IT Bird 'n in i ru itoi trip to Louisville, HftfJMBjOth Caee. and HfVBral othei points Altoi uey Que Brown is at home from .. II ip I" Illinois on legal business. John Li Sn .w in ide a business ttip to liarfield W'cliit lay. The kul Croat Cat nival era a success both .o, iiiy Bnd BDaDciaily Bach ICIeven new BlrBIBBI did Ihetr "bit " BMMBtMB were ncelved. W.diei Brown, ol Voodroar, was tin guest Sin.'lav of Mrs, Bkhvu and bah at Mrs A K KioCBCloa'a heme. M It.' Kiiielielou hu.s te.signed aj as c i .biei of B BB ol Hardinsburg and fitistCo., and will go to I oloiad ( tied pi a position iti a batik i . i ye. (iARPIHLD. Mr. Rod Sirs, Dotinell of Mexico relumed bone last week, niter Several from here attended the fair visiting relatives here. at Irviogton. Ninety ticksts were sold Mrs. Boh Adkissofl of Texfti re- - Saturday morning l II j otii.Mrs Carman of St Louis is tliriiea ikuiic iji- -i wren, OL.- 11:111 guest l tier sister. Airs. visiting here. iiecii llic Mrs. J V. Mrador of Custer visited Ont)' toil I'ayne. w In is staying her daughter, Miss Esther Meader, Mrs. HatenMtn Louisville last wei k with lu r daughter, Mrs. A. M. l. H. Smith was ia Louisville TuesHardin Ims jone to French Lick, day. I nil. . to visit relative. Mrs. Suiiia Oliver, Custer spent A. M. Hurdtn was in Louisville Monday with her sou, Bh Ills Oliver. Mrs. Laura Urldwall, Loaisvllle Vlt last week buying U' 10 's. Ited relatives hern anil at Wocdrow Abe Miller of McFell, Mo., ria last week. ited his parenU Mr. hiuI Mrs. Mrs Bony Qlbsoa and daughter, Miss Warn M ilier, lnt week. Angle Glbaoa, Irvingtou were here Mr. A. M. Hardiu weal la Wednesday shopping. Mr. and Mis Abe Compton and farm French Lick, lad., to visit refattives ami to be at the Pecker reunion on W motored to BlaSCO Friday ami returned Monday. Their cousin, Heiman VYi dnesdaj 8rd Conservation is Your Duty HELP HOOVER! S 3 Buy a share in a corporation that w ill help you help w in the By being a stockholder in this company war against Kaiserism. you have the priviledye of buying all the groceries and provisions handled by us at possibly less than wholesale prices, plus a small percentage used to pay running expenses. We are going to open a store in Cloverport : X in xL 111c near tuiure X..J. r Prepare ror winter and the higher prices that are yet to come. 1 he cost of one share is small comWrite us for full information. pared with the savings on your proxisions. Liberty Co-Operati- ve Grocery Co. KY. Main Office: 1206 West Market St. LOUISVILLE, References: her b other. Dr. .1. M. Hurdin and Mrs. Hardia o( Brendaabtirg lust K A. Smith. Steuhensport spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. 1). II. Saturday aad Sunday. tuite a crowd from here attend Smith, Mrs. Cora Priest and daughter. Mist ed the ftiir ut Irvingtoa last FriMyrta Priest eutertained the following day and Saturday. guests to a six o'cluck dinner Wednes Ki in Hardin of New York city day. Mrs. Alva lieauchamp, Misses was on the west hound train last Maud Smith, Effie Pool Uuth, Mary Saturday enroute to OwaathoTO tO Aim and Martha Harned. The occasion Mis. .1. W. BroWl isited Pool aCCOnpalaed them home Morris beard and Mr. Klder, were hare Wednesday. 8 Hard-insbur- Co.; Branch Kentucky Grocers Co. bank with the Fidelity & Columbia Trust Co. & Otter Many more upon request. :xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx Rev. anil Mrs. Noah Bash un moved ited her mother,. Mrs. Hettie Hay is, to Se Kee last week. last week. Joseph Aldridge spent the day Suu-da- y Mr. and Mrs John Robinson are very with lillegra Allen. ill with measles. Snelby Tucker and mother, Mrs. Mrs Phidelia Ualloway visited Mr. rsslls Tucker, Bad Mr. and Mrs. Sam and Mrs Kinley Galloway Wednesday TuekSf iaotOSSd to Mrs. Vita Tucker's and Thursday. Monday. We are glud to state that we have Mrs. Mattel i'i'e was the evening I!cv. PhUUps lor our pastor at Kairview gaesl of Mis. S.nn Aldriilge Thursdav. for another ear . viit his puaats, Mr. and Mrs. being Miss Myrta's birthday Mrs. Ldihe Stinetl and ehildren, Bardiasharg visited her mother, Mrs. K isaCarasaa last week. Mrs. Coleman, Hi andi nburg is visiting her daughter, Mrs Herbert Horsley. Mrs Ceta l'de 'tsd children visited Mis. Mary Pile, Washington P. C Miss Lnla Smith visited Mi. sis Hettie and Morris Kiucheloe, Hardinsburg are Mr. and Mis. Kilev Tucker Sunday. and Belvie Smile last week visiting relatives here. Miss Daisy ToekSI visited friends at Mr. and Mrs Abe Heck visited Mrs. Kiiigswiiiul last Bteell Bad attended the Martha Lucas Sunday. M00K Mrs CHtnp n metting. r.iisi n Pile called to MS McOo) Buaday afternoon. Miss Nora Lena Tuessr, of Mel 1.1 nit vis Mis. l hi lie Ttteket is oil the siek ltt. Rev. C. L. Hruington will preach at ... S the first StafuMlAM ,,i ,i . Sunday in Octobei. Everybody is in- -' viud to attend. Ni il111 une rear uaiiy Dy Mail $4.00 Regular Price $5.00 courier uctoDer Bargain 9 f j y Itno Vaom It.. I . and Sunday by Mall . 1 $6.00 Regular Price $7.50