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The Breckenridge news: October 10, 1917 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 brc1917101001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 10, 1917 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. VOL. XU1 ALL THE NEWS THAT'S PIT TO PRINT $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. 8 Pages No. IS CLOVERPORT, Kl NTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1017. MAN CIRCUIT COURT NAL PROlWf 1 OF DISTRICT TEACH- ERS ASSOCIATION. Departed This Life on Wednes Judge Layman Begins Promptly at Eight O'clock Men of the mcmoer ot day, Oct. 3. Last It Grand and Petit Jury Sworn Will Be Held At Hardinsburg, aimiji Fnnr f.hilri iai Ky.. Friday And Saturday in- - Lampton Case Called. ren Survive. October 19 And 20. FUNERAL HELD THURSDAY. dicuit Court convened at Hardins- A Letter From Washington The Food Administrator Writes Us: . w Mr. Roscoe Eskridge, a member of prominent familial in MM of the most county, died at his home ? Breckinridge lql7. "e llai1 ea Hardinsburg. Oct. been In declining health for the last three .f paral- f years and recent'y had a stroke . ysls which caused his death. The funeral was held from the Thursday afternoon by Rev. M E Over of Cloverport. The internment tgftok place in Ivy Hill Cemetry Mr. Bskridge was a native of Hardins- He was Horn in uiai pi an e jnu i bnrg. IIUo and was the sou of the late Judge resi-lence Only once before in the history of the association linve we had the pleasure of having the Fourth Congressional Association meet with us here in our county and those who are fimilar with the association know it is a giest educational gathering, second, possibly only to the Kentucky Hducational Association and it is coming to us again this time Friday and Saturday October I9 and 20, we should have with us on those days not less than five hundred teachers and we are confidently expecting every teacher in Breckinridge county to be here those two days, teachers who attend on Friday Grand Jury. IVSKTIUKC ui If U K.VrK orp mil HITS n M Kufus St. Clair, foreman; Perry Fin-le- will be given that day in their school Breckinridge county, in 1171, ne was Andrew Elder, H. A. Basham, W. work, let every teacher arrange now to Very Truly, married to Miss Klla C. Morris, who C Moorman, Ed Hook, S. K. Bandy, come J. W. Trent, Supt proceeded his death a few months past. Eli Robbins, Glen Macev, Jim Wug-Mr. Eskridge was couverted and united iner, Jasper Horseley, Paul Shrews-berrui. ...i:. nl...rnt. wnn mcuitniisi iuui." ... hia tpens. He A!ert Veteran Banker was by profetetoti, a carpenter and owned Petit Jury Attends Convention. a hardware store at the county seat. Minor Payne. J. R. Mays, Hardee ttmr children survive. Mrs. Thos Ball, Hardee Walker, M. Weatherholt, .,. , 'micuarutHJii ui u- Probably the most remarkable banker Bandy, J D. i; 1, ,A ru o nl ntll'T J. B. Herndon, C. W. r..l Taul, Adam Bisham, Bill Norton, Gabe in tbe United States was the guest of ii i it .. i:...knM Thd late Mr Pierce, Tom Robertson, Tom Walls, his son here during the convention, of .. X- fHaswell, Joe Rhodes, M. G. the Krotucky Bankers' Association, the . a ciuinr aiil hni 1(T Godfrey M.I..1J Butler, Floyd Vessells, Taylor Bjard, past two days, lie is A. B Skillmnn, Dh the deceflsea. wnn wa ui: iw Finis Claycomb, Sam Beavin, S. W. president of the Breckinridge Bank of ber of the family to be taken. his 85 ears, is 11. ur, Jonas Gray, Dick Black and Cloverport, who despite still conducting the affairs of the hank IfaSfl B.owu. Keys Deacon Wedding. The L ftm case, iu which he is he founded forty fire years ago and charged with the murder of William during his 'Measure hours runs a farm The marriage of Miss Alma Keys Horselev, an old recluse, several jeais of 71K) acres. His bunk in. theeaily and Mr Rusco E Deacon, was solemn-tie- ago near Stephensport, was called lor stages was the only financial institution m. at the Sunday, Oct 7:h at 4 trial at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon aud between Louii ville and Owenshoro and borne of the bride's parents Mr and Those serving Mr. Skillman boasts of the fact that he the jury impaneled. Mrs. A. J Kays, Lodihurg. The cere are: Sim Beavin, J V Taul, Gabe has never had any financial worries as 'many was preformed by Rev. J, B. Pierce, Godfrey Haswell, M. G. Butler, far as the bank is concerned Hutchinson in the presence of the two Newt Bruce, Finis Claycomb, Harder He is remarkably well preserved and ((Immediate families and a number of Walker, his health is excellent, lie is one of Joe Rhodes aud Hen. y Hall. Immediately arter tne close friends Lampkin was indicted several years the few persons who i'.oes not know ceremony the bridal party left for a ago Skill-maior the alleged murder of Horseley, what toothache is Mr. anil Mrs. short bridal trip amidst the well wish- - and while awaiting, trial, be made his anwill celebrate the sixty-thir- d 'esof their many friends. escape from jail and remained at lurge niversary of their wedding next Thurs until a few months ago when he was day, when u family reunion will be h"ld Mattingly-Morrisocaptured in Arkansas where he was at their home. Their children are: J. goiDg under au assumed name. He R. Skillman, of this city, generxl couu Irvinirton. Oct. 8, (Special) Mist was returned to Hardinsburg and has sel for the Louisville, Henderson & St Lucy Vlattingly, McQuady and Jake been in jail since awaiting final trial. Louis railroad; C B. Skillm n,, cashier Morrison of this ettv were married In Judge Moorman stated the case for of the Peoples Bank & Trust Company, Hardlusburg last Monday. Mr Mor- the Commonwealth, and the Han Gus of Morganfield; O. T. Skillman, an Bank of rison is siityfour years ot age and his Brown for the defense, stated his case olficer of the Breckinridge bride is twentysix. jury. The trial will probably Cloverport and Misses Elizibeth and to the They will make their home in Irving- - last a couple of days. Louisville Times. Margaret Skillman burg Monday. Judge Layman was on hind promptly with Commonwealth's At:ornev Henry DeHavcn Moormatt, and the wheels of justice moved with the clock at 8 o'clock a. m. The grand and petit juries were sworn in, and their names recorded for service during the term which promises to fill its allotted time of three weeks. The grand jury is made up of the following patriots true American citizens the kind that Is needed on juries as Their names are well as in the army as follows: "The use of baking powder breads made of corn and other coarse flours instead of patent wheat flour is recommended by the Conservation Division of the Food Administration. The wheat needed for export is thus conserved, and at the same time healthful food for our own people is provided. The circulation of recipes providing for these uses would be of assistance in carrying out our plans." The following recipes for Corn Bread and Rye Rolls save wheat flour and make attractive and wholesome food for every day when made with DAVA1 BAKING IvU I JLi POWDER CORN BREAD 1 " eupi corn meal cup flour level teaepntme Royal Eeklna Powder 1 taDieipoon auirar 1 teaipoon salt IS cups milk ahortsnlng t tablespoons Mx thoroughly dry Ingredients; add tntlk and melted shortening: beat well; pour Into well greased pan aad bake lu not oven about 26 minutes. mmnt taainnnni ltnral ttUln VnwAm cup milk t&biespoon shortening 81ft dry ingredients together, ad mtlk and mHe4 hortentne;. Knead on floured board: shape Into rolls. Put Into greased pant and i'Io- to stand in warm place SO to 25 ciiuutei. Bake in moderate oren 25 to 30 minutes, 9 t ctips rye teaspoon 2 RYE ROLLS flour lsvl salt - g y Our red, white and blue booklet " Beet War Time Recipee" containing additional similar recipe free on request. Address Royal Baking Powder Company, Dept. H, J3S William Street, New York CARL ABBOTT With The Bank & Mr. Breckinridge Boy Made Corporal at Camp Presidio, Cal. Mr. J. I). Kibbage, Clovtrpoit, Ky. Dear Sir: This is newspaper week at the Y. M. C. A. All the boys are writing to their home paper, and as my home is in old Kertuckv, Breckinridge ciuuty, I will give you a bird's eye view ot how the army and Y. M. C. A. appeal to me. 1 enlisted iu the army la Sun Uiego tin M months afo, At first I thought the army Was h , but whtu we went out on the range I was made a sharpshooter, and on the 56th of September I was made Corporal. The Captain ai.d Uieuteuaut in my company are just us tine men as the U. S Army ever had, and 1 think they are a little better. And la I but not least In any means, the Y. M. C. A. is always open to men in uuiiorir.. 1 attended French class three nights a week. I can talk Kiench a little and sing Tipparary iu French i'hysically I feel peiftctly capable of doing a man's part here, and when we go "across the pond," too. Very truly yours, Corp. lan E. McGavock, Co. G, Wd lata airy, Presidia, San Francisco, Cal. "BUSY DAYS ON THE RIVER" FORMER ENJOYED BY CLOVERPORTER I 1 Hardinsburg Trust Co., Hardinsburg, Ky. of C-i- Y d P- n. Abbott has accepted tie position with The Hink of H inliir burg & Trust CO , Hardin: burn, Ky , recent nek! by M. B Kincheloe, who has re signed to tiiKe a position with u bank in Colorado. Mr. Abbott has held position for the last 8 vears with The Union National Dink of Louisvill , Ky. one of the largest banks a th country which has deports of over I iO, 000,000. 00 The Officers and lJitectors of The BaBI of Hardinsburg & Trust Co , are very proud of the fact that they were so fortunate in securing he services of a of Mr. m iu who has the qualifications Abbott. They extend an invitation to their customers and friends to call and becomeacquain'ed with Mr. Aboit. who will be very glad to meet them, and extend them every courttsyand accomo dation possible. Mr Abbott comes well recommended and possesses uuu ual business ability in Hanking and Trust business in all of Mr. Edward Oregory, Cloverport, Kentucky. Dear Sir: I hsvc just finished reading your article in the Brtckenridga News entitled: "Uuy Days on the River," and eajojrad it very much. I Although do not lieong to the ' Old School" like yourself who have seen the best days of the steamboat business on tne Ohio. saw enough of it as a boy, even when it was on the decline, to become very much fascinat1 ed by the charm of the River aud its branches. "Buck" Kincheloe Goes To Colorado. Mr. M. B. Kincheloe, who ha been of the Hardinsburg Bank and Trust Company for a number of years leaves this month ! to accept a position with the First in Boulder, Colorado a city Bank of ll.OOo inhaitants and where tbe BUt Univesity la located. ' Mr. Kinchloe commonly known to his friends as "Buck" is a young man 'who bears the distinction of making Birthday Party. Mr and Mrs. Sam Berry Jr.. entertained Saturday afternoon, Oct 6.h, at thtir home in honor of the eighth birthday anniversary of their daughter, Miss Helen Francis Berry. The guests were: Lucille Kinder, Elenor Martin, Francis Martin, Carrie Mae Jackson, Rosalia Lewis, Virginia Lewis, Minnie Lee Carson, Louise Parson, Elmer Lee Mrs. Board Appointed Agent. Begin To Shiver Now. More Railway Men To France. Fraiu-has called again for more railway men and engineers from the United States. Accordingly the War Department has authorized the formation of making five or more railway regiments, the efficient assistant cashier Nat-ton,- good in hie home town. He is very popular both in social and business circles and with bis alertness and he has attained much. His aew" position Is an advancement in the hanking business and be no doubt will he equally as successful there as be was Mr. Abbott of the Union National Bank, Louisville has arrived to take Mr. Kinchloe' place in the Bank of Hardinsburg and Trust Co Tate--Kem- at home. p Wedding. Mrs. G. D. Lawson, Union Star, Ky. the announcement of the saarrlaae of Miss Hester Tate. Lindsay Gal , to Arthur H. Kemp, Berkley, Cel.. Sept. 5th 19i7. Mite Tate formerly lived at Union Star and is tbe daughter of Mrs. Baaeme Tata Parr who was killed in an auto accident in Visaiia, Cel., Aug. hat received ttth tl6. Third Time Charm. 'If at first you don't succeed, try a- Lgaia and perhaps the third time will the charm. Such is the prediciment Bed Cross Society has been in, in to srive a picture show. The first show boat interfered and last tak, which was the second attempt, the a failed to arrive, so Friday night, Lis, the society will make tbe third 4 to give the "Ragged Earl" at lejlasmraabow mm hi a Get out your muffs and bearW. E. Womack, General Passenger railway, skin wraps, for the foinin winter Agent of the L , H & St. L. has appointed Mrs. Nora Board as will be (he coldest one we have ticket agent at the passenger depot at had for man' years. It will be so lrviugton. Mrs Board succeeds Robt. cold that somebody will think that in the Lyons who was accepted Robert K. Peary has left open the first call of drafted men for the National door to the north pole. Army. She is the first and only woman The coining winter will be a ever appointed as ticket agent on this Newton, Jessie Moorman, Mary Lee road and probably the only one in the long hard, cold one, for drivMoorman, Lillian Pauley, Elenor Farus-wort- State. Mrs. Board is manager of tbe ing sleet storms and heavy snowGeneva Robinson, Nannie Ward, restaurant at the Irvington station and Geo Frederick Crist, she expects to continue the business in storms will occour over various Forrest Jackson, sections of the country, followed Ernest Edward Tatum, David Conrad, connection with being agent. Tillman Furrow, and David Marion by great cold waves turning into Behen. The little folks spent the after severe blizzards that will reach Ater Ashcraft Wedding noon plaving games. Ices and cakes far into the South. December were served. Helen Francis received hopes to have Oct. 9, (Special) The will be a cold, wet stormy month. IrvtLgton, many useful presents and marriage of Miss Ida Belle Ater and December will be known as the another birthday soon. Mr. Harrison Ashcraft was solemnized sharpshooter month, for tbe col i Egg Laying Contest Sunday afternoon, Oct. 7, at 4 o'clock waves will be so piercing. The From the August report of the Ken- at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. coiningr Christmas will be a white J. F. Ater, Belivlew Rev. tucky National Egg Laying Contest and Mrs. will held by the Kentucky Agriculture Ex T. J. Wade performed the ceremony. one, for many snowstorms oeriment station, at Lexington itshows Tbe bride was very attractively gown- occur, all to be followed by a that the Golden Rod Egg Farm at ed in white crepe with bead trimming, sweeping cold wave that will make Hardinsburg came second in winning she carried a shower boquet of bride's man and beast take notice. roses. Mr. and Mrs. Ashcraft will go tbe monthly ribbon. Proffessor A. L. Snider. A large Golden Rod Egg Farm is owned to housekseping at Hbodalia. The number of relatives and friends were Weather Prophet and Aliuannac exby Mr. Percy M. Beard. At tbe Maker, Griffin, Ua. periment station each contestant has a present. Tbe bridal gifts were on dispen with five hens. Tbe Gulden Rod play in the spacious dining room. Egg Pen which is number 3O showed Made Shirts For U. S. Boys. the following record: Total number Mrs. Lula Shellman and Miss Merle Food Will Win the War! of sggs produced during month, 10, Beavin, of Amnions, have been emvalue weight of eggs in pounds ployed by the Government to make Can our government count on its t2 14. coat of feed $1.03, profit 11.11, women? Will YOU do your part? shirts for the soldier boys. They went breed of hens, D C. White Leghorns. Hvery home in Breckinridge counto Louisville last week to take lit shirts Pen No 30 is also the fifth among the which they had made In two weeks ty will be visited during the week of leading pens In tbe first ten months of 8 cents an ami a requeitl made of time. Each ona is paid 14 Oct the contest. hour and work ten hours every day. every housekeeper to help her couu-ti- y by signing a pledge to couseive Editor Gets Rare Treat all food possible. Return From Dawson Springs. Roe Hook, one of the progressive The American wutneu can't fight is farmers of this countv, whose home in the treuches but they cat) fight at Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. 11 aid have Hardinsburg, was here last Wednesday. home returned to their home in Hardinsburg paid a special visit to the Brecken-ridg- e He Kight the waste of food. after being at Dawson Springs fur sevFood Will Win the War, therefore News office and complimented tbe editor with a basket of delicious Grimes' practice the 'liospcl of tbe Clean eral days. Mrs. Beard who has been ill, went there to recuperate and waa Golden apples which was a rare treat Plate." was vary much benefited from tbe trip. and greatly enjoyed by the recipient. h, Kiver Traffic. I regret vsry much, for sentimental reasons alone, to learn that this traffic has practically ceased, and am sure that everyone else who ever lived on the Ohio must feel the same way it Your article is certainly a very meritorious out, and in my opinion, deseives a conspicuous place in the annals of the Ohio Kiver history. I am glad to have had the opportunity Yours Ksspectfully, of reading it. A. W. Babbage. Oct. 4, loll. Pinevillr, Ky. Enjoyed Motor Trip. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wilson and their four children motored to fourteen in all. The first nine regiments are now in active service in France, con- Louisville last Sunday by the way structing and operating military roads. of Uray Hampton and Flaherty In additioii to the five railway registopping there to visit Mrs. Wilments, six regiments aud smaller units of engineers will be established by vol son's sister, Mrs. Uus Whalen. While in Louisville they were untary enlistment. The engineering organization for each guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert army abroad of the United States, will Wilson and Mrs. James Arnold, include a "gas and flame service," a minreturning home Tuesday by the ing service, a water supply service, a general construction service, an engi- way of Vine Grove. neer supply park. service, a surveying and printing service and an army pontoon Mr. Bloom Parr's Death. (Spa-tria- l) Union Star, Oct. 8, 1917 Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Law-s- on have just received word that Washington, Oct. 5 -- The I'ost Office Bloom Parr, Visaiia, Cal. had issued these instruc pass d away, Department tie died at 8:40 p. tions: 111. Friday Sept. 28th in the city "Postmasters shall 011 and after No- hospital and was sick but a very vember 2 see that postage is paid at the rate of 3 cents an ounce or fraction there- few days. The trouble was abcesa of on letters and other first class matter of the liver. The doctors claim an except drop letters and foriegu mail. operation would have brought rePostal cards are required to be prepaid lief but he could not stand au opi cents, aud, therefore, the I cent postal eration on account of a weak heart cards must have a cent postage stamp Mr. Parr made a visit here last cent affixed to them in addition to the year aud seemed to be in perfect stamp itnpresseed on such cards. ' Post cards (private mailing cards) health, tie moved to Calfornia bearing written messages must have 2 21 years ago. Postal Rates Go Up Nov. 2. 1 1 cents postage prepaid oil them." Young at 83 Years. Vacation. Mr. and Mrs Paul Couipton, of Hardinsburg. Ky., returned last Friday from Freiich I.ick Springs, French Link, Ind., where they have been for several days. They are very much taken with French Lick, and like it much better than any place of Its kind iu the country, as they have iu the past visited many health Squire Harned, ot Custer, eighty-thre- e years old, was ..Mending court at Hardinsburg Monday. The Squire la looking well and is just as full of Ufa and action as he ever was. Can sea to read without glasses, and is truly a very remarkable man for his aga. People never grow old, only in years, in Breckenridge county, There is some thing In the air and in the soil and the people that keeps them young. s?r GOLDEN RULE- STORE - km i IE are Opening this season with a full line of one of your family. to call and look First-clas- s Merchandise. Everything for every oer We are putting out our goods at very low prices. You are invited our various lines. Our sales people will he glad to show you through our many departments, whether you are ready to huy or not. Groceries In our grocery department we have a selected variety of groceries, meals and feeds the best that can be obtained. We handle Vissman and Armour's Hams, Lard, Breakfast Bacon, Bologna, etc. Ctdick'l Flour, Shipttuff, Mixed Feed and Meal. Also Golden Crown Flour. Our grocery line consists of the hest canned goOoda, cakes, snaps and Dry Goods. H nosier Sheeting at 16c yard. Ladies' Furnishings c, tobacco. We are offering only. 0 15 Heirloom Muslin at 19c yard. 15c Dress Ginghams at 12 and 19c yard. Apron Gingham (Amoskeag) at l(Sc few specials for this week (i yard. Ladies Skins in Blue end Black; Sergea and some trintowd wlrti Fanei patoh poekete end buttons, fanoi atitobed, prioc )S3 t,s to Ladies1 Skin-- ; large Plaid hm! Rofbarj stripe; made of a Iiohvv MUitiilK) price Ladies' Skirls made of good (fli ihty of Poplin) in black oniv; price We bavs ii moo selection of Ladies' Waists Voile and Bitiae; lace triniined with large and medium collar; pr tsa 89 08c and . ( iaberdiorst . $5,98 $2.50 $1.98 in Madras, $1.25 ban to i i".; nox m niner for this week only; only ... H bsrs OQn Uo 1 I inul I' 3 bare UU fin Bovdi Com Simp, p t of three .'I bars i mdard California sliced l' aches; M' i Qn Ob tuns 42c 25c vuu mS Such liinec -- M ii : '' i x. i roa Crieco Frvinjj i I ' fining and sake fir .i am lea; rr Nev CoiHil Dii i tu-l- i 7tfl Co UU i Sou j) Bw - 5c ..- -! Oat Meal I ,:l !) (i 3c 5c Bice . i Plain : h M i F lle per v. i! i Wc n I Hon e! . srrudt ' t ( ... offer; Uu Of). ftp ilHi i' ci li 25 .ili .. ; 'If ' of P, N. Curb ','!,' Brand Coffee Percales at 15c yard. Flannelettes at 12 Ponlins at 17c and 2.5c yard. Plaid Suitings at 15c and 25c yd. Ribbon at 10c yard; (all colors.) Cretonne at 15c yard. Outing Cloth, white, black and colors at 18c Canton Flannels, bleached and unbleached, at 15c and 20c yard. Crash ar 12 2c. 15c, 18c, 20c and 25c yard. Jeans at 30c yard. Shetland and Germantown Yarn at 15c and 25c. Cotton Batting at 15c roll. 1 -- Ladies' Shoes Ladies' Shoes in 14 Inch Bool top, in ths newest Military atylt ; pr ce Ladies' Shoes in (inn Metal I! not Top: with high in tnediein heel; 13.25 and $3.50 Men's Suits r have on ha ils y no M n's Suns that we are closing l,i i i ee nrdi r to ii' ike room for lare out at a v r I n s n e blue stork coifiinji plaids, checks i imd plain o(i,'ts n brleest i $9.98 A nv Suit t and .f $11.98 prieos Ii ii a'l ive Boy These Sui sa e r els, in i n', , hrnvy and will give exeoil m t s Suits ,i e ,1 All iii Norfolk modvuloes -; in ido of thi host inntcrials S ze, from 5 to 18. rv ce Pi ico, tr I :o- 2.48 to $6.50 Men's and Boys Overcoats Men's Heavy O e vie -- its. Mack " end-dar- grnyj Men s Pants Our Una of fall pants have just arrived; all the latest patterns and colors; plain Sergei and light Stript;:. '1 his line we are putting out at astonishing prices. Call and look this line over end you will be convinced. Prices range from $2.00 to $5 00. M M en i -- s and Boys' Shoes tr -" ' Hi ry P ats - : imarantei il in ui-i- i ix an in bs 2tfen' Heavy Work Panto 2.53 ouUm atlaiaeeaad Pee M $1.98 S3.48 ,.'. - ' rdur . Punts; IJLW) the i iiersateed 1 wear (J month; j ... ants fur achnol a car Men' li iv Corduroy, whipcord aad Duck II Panl v!,25 coato; j i leea Men's and Ladies' Raincoats In pressed rubber and rabbaruwd cold cemented and Stitched; prices per pais Men's Gun Metal, Dloehcr Trooper, r pair Mi Inn Metal, nolot aud' coin me. per pair lauu and button Men's (inn M. i.il,, !;er pair Mon's Heavy Water King Hhoe, guai mteed, per pair Men's Heavy Mda lukes welt, duuble vtifcehan, broad toe, per pair Men's World Heater Shoe, ii) tan and blank, knows for it- - quality, per pair., Mon Mechanics Pal., extra good for heav) wear, per pair Men'i Heavy Rubber Overahoes n ii-. I 11 . are hes Iqusrters for pood shoes. Don't ic misled by ni'i i'li talk: lei quality - jr?: tc fur itself. I our lino (if FlorWheim, Rice & llutchim and Howard & F,-fS lines. Cotuoare them n'ifb others, then judge for youraoff. ateuV 'I'i'it K. l Ii Walker, per pair, ftk98 to Meu'a 'I in Blueber, Men's light ffr.ty Oeereontst price Men's black OhitbCkrercoatij silk lined and faced; price s Mackinaw's; ' price ....... lioys' ticercoat.s, sizes 5 to 10; price 1 $9.98 $6.98 S16.50 $3.00 S6.98 $4.98 S4.98 s New Fall Hats and Caps Men's Mats, in nil in tid coto'ra; prkie sty lea i-- i 00 to And - $3.50 S3.98 ,'.n OJi'-fO Men's Caps; Sn ip, s. PUida l'laiil eolora; pi lea i n OOiUU r Af Men's Fall Shirts have a full hue "f Men's Press Shirts: pne-- 6.V to Men's Heavy Fiitmei SnirtMj Btae, (irav and ran; o ice 75c. lo Boj s' Waists mid Ktoirts; price 35e to Wo. s i t wOivu rn $2.00 $3.00 50c S3.50 S3.50 oZiOU ftft ri Men's Hetvy cloth top Overakoes, l"'1- rn Men's Underwear Men's rIegvv Wool Uh It iwaar; price per garnoen ; ijtl 00 to Men's Sanitary Flee.- - Undoi,.eu; n ;"or ivoo4 price p. r n Men's Bibbepi II iorvear; pnoe per narineiii : 5o ml Men's Bibbed U n in Sntisj per garment; $1 00 and Men's Fleeced or garment; $1 00 and S.ainie, U ii lot of a'ear; ier garment; ,nd Bibbed) Hoys' UneWwear; F price per garment .e. toVtand i. i and Bibbed; Bova' Union Sn ; 'i e ftOeand price por garment; i $3.00 to $8.50 Men s Sweaters Wool Sweaters la all eolora and sites; pries H uu lo Men'u Urn,! Sweati raj good quality ; ii lea $1.00 to Boya1 per puii Men's Itubber per pair Moots, $2,50 $3.98 aa $1.50 75c lien'i Heav) Shoos, heavy tan, the Sln.e for wittier. Boys1 tfnou1 Bcbool 8 bee a, blaek aad tan, laos and button. Boys' Press Shoes, 2.'J5, .5l and $3.00. Children's School and Ureas Sh .to, the famous Bies and Huteblas make, price $2 50 and OJiUU A good Shoe for lebool, K1"1 tnotiil; sizes up to 2V, price Boy' 75c $1.50 $1.50 48c Si'; i $1.50 1 I Sweaters; ;.) 50c 75c piici! in Men's Hose, prices from 10c to .'! Men's Gloves 50c to $2.00 50c per pair. Girl's Coats, in all colors; sizes from 2 to 10; price $2.98 to $4.98 Wc Pay Highest Prices For All Country Produce GOLDEN RULE STORE E. G. BAILES, Manager CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY If You Want Quality, Accuracy and Service Xtie Ball Optical Co. 613 Fourth Avenue ROBT. J. BALL A CLOVERPORT BETTER HAVE US MAKE YOUR GLASSES Louisville, Ky. We Art Manufacturers. "Ask Any Oculist" IJilB FROM u J! BOYS AT MAN CAMP ZACHARY TAYLOR Mr. J. Fred May wlio has bee n doing GIVES EVIDENCE His Will Testimony Every Reader. You Can Afford A carpenter work at the Cantonment, went He will like it better when he gets i" to the Camp last Sunday afternoon to he the harness. Joe Jarboe says there isn't but two with the boys Iroin Breckinridge county oth r places he would rather be than in nd he has written a letter to the News telling whut each one had the army and they are Cloverport nt d to say personally about their joys and McQuady. John Avitt of I.odiburg says it takes trials of being a soldier boy. Mr Jno I). Habbage, liditor Ilrecken-ridg- e nerve to be a S i":my and John doesn't Itreck-enritl(e Interest GRANT SIX you think you cannot afford a because you think that a satisfactory car must cost 1100 or 51200. But if you will look over the Grant Six at 875 you will find that you can buy a hill lifcd, five passenger car with every improvement and refinement and that you can run this cur 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. On News- - Dear Mr. Ttabbage Sunday afternoon, which is the afternoon open for visitors, I made a special trip out to Camp Zurliary Taylor to see some of the boys from home. Well, when I got there I saw more of thein than I thought I would and tbei aeenied to be real glad to see me. Of course they were all bubbling over with enthusiasm over army life and all talking at once asking me what I knew a bout everybody at home ami telling me all about their new life. It was real interesting to be there aim lee all those soldier boys and particular I tried to rem. ly the boys f nun home Ctnber n little of what each one told me so I could write it down ami send to you. thinking maybe it would be of interest to the folks at home What seemed to me one of the fun beat-leniest things was what Coleman of Hamed hail to say. He said ' I wish I had been born in the army. We have a great time You know I was vaccinated and it made me awful sick ami I gave up to die and even tried to sell off my old clothes before I passed away but I didn't, so now I have gotten better and feel fine anil dandy " bve never seen any one as craz awKt Army life as Don Smith, be say "If any one likes the army better til in I do, he will have to be an awful big man " Wordie Greenwald of Moolevvil e is liking it better all the time He ill id this expression, "Iain gieatle plci ed With army life and the longer I s. ay the .better I like it. When you see ui.y of C girls and tlury ask about me te tb m 'Howdy' and I will be home to sec tli m again some day.'' l'lotrl Ilintoti has found bis p nee in the world, "The army life-i- s the only place forme, he says, especially the re I would rather hi i irp shooter anywhere else" His brother than is a cook and Pat likes to cook cc .use lie knows he is always sure to get Jus aiiaie to eat Flovd Carter is rea contented as much Sisanv newl.wed con he who didn't h.ve their better half with tl.ein all ill. .Mes" tune. Floyd has been made Sergeant, he sees that ihe io s get He said he thought it enough to eat would be nice for the girls to give their sweethearts f.ullier pillows tor souvenirs Iran home they might havesweeer dreams sleeping on them instead of stiaw piilows. Floyd said, " when Paul Lewis couies, I am going to meet him at the BC'iute." A funny chap, is Hubert Livers from Irvington. He appearently bad more money than the other fellows and I him say he would have mote if he didn't have so many holes in Ins pockets. Another Irvington boy, whom I la ked Thev call him wjth was Leslie James "Chineuian " On Saturday he was doing h s washing and when he went lo wung oat his shirt, he must have thought he wis wringing the neck of the Kaisti, f .r he wrung the shirt so ham ti nt he t re it in two ami the buttons (lew ee. r i to no in MiWhich way, so Leslie shopping on Sunday in puice ol iv itig to church I aav Hubert Lvons too The dving tin boys say they miss thru 'old friend. S denwater Some of the boy's lui.t n't gi tien then informs yet and lhey are q ite .n.xuins to get them so lhey will look like re. soldier bo s Crist Lo,-- ..n is very llxious to get hi- - and J W Jan es fiom Mdttiugly said le km w tli folks at h me would not reeogoize him diessed p in U. S. clothes. Ernest McOeary from Kirk likes it in t e amiy hut I don't think e h . guile become reconciled to being away imm tne farm. ikt Tuckn Bernard Vnrrison and s y i . h.-ar. -c s 1 ick any nerve at all he can fight most anything, particnlary the Germans I don't think ajiy of the bovsare starving for MM thing to eat They told me what they had and it sounds more like I spread for a Irimpiet than It does food iu a mess ha'l. This is just a few of the things Cnelfl Sam gives them, potatoes, cabhnge, onions, beets green be lis, corn, macaroni, Kre id and butter, cakes, pies, breakfast bacon,' fr sh meat, caBtelopee, oranges, ice cream, coffee and tea and numerous other nick knacks The Hre kiiiri lge county boys are a flue lot and we have every reason to be proud of them and when the war is over I am expel ling each one to have a p ge Written annul them in the hisnnv of the German Ainei iean War. Yours I rvly, J. Fred May i The value of local evidence is iudisptit able. It is the kind of evidence we ar cept as true' In cause we know we can prove it for ourselves. There has lieen plenty of such evidence in the Clover-po- rt paper lnte'y. anil this straightfor oard testimony has established a confiin the minds of Cloveiport dence people that will not be easily shaken Price Orahaui, retired carpeute-- , R.il-rd.St Cloverport, s.ys: "About two y ears KSO, I w s troubled with a weak and acb btck, as well ;.s other kidney I had a dull constant ptta ailments across my back and was made miserable As I had heard a great deal f by it Dunn's Kidney Pills I got n hoy nt ! ish er's Drug Store Thev seemed to help me and I used another box which cuml in of the backache " Price 6Uc at all dealen Don't simply sk for i kidney reuiedv get Do u s Kidney Ml s tile same thel cureil Air. I'o ter Mi burn Co., ft s Graham . c , PERHAPS full-povvcr- cd It IT i o. N V Partners, Mechanics, railroaders, lab orcis, rely on I)r Thomas' Ktlet'tic Oil the week end at H anted with relatives Fine for cuts, burns, and bruises, should r ami Mrs J H Iluckler, Mrs Van be kept in every home Jee and ( e. iss Hattle Gregory and n.ih Gregory, Mlse B ie Lampton motored to balls of Rough liday Mis aines I loltnes of Hamed spent Thur-dawith her son, Lon.ird Holmes, Mr. and Mrs Joe Amies were cal ed and fatnil to the hedsiee of us Alice llaiper near McDauit k Weilnesday rVi. W. U. eeting To May Il.i.rt spent Sunday with Mi-- s Be Held In Irvingtor Smt.i Ga .nvvay ThuVmail Uev and Mrs R chardsnn, Mr an Mr Sim nicker. .Mr and Mis. The annual meeting of the We-PHtaaant linker, r and Mrs Sheibv Central District takes place at IrvingTncker ai d elui'i.en. Murn.c mid Kebu, ton K October 16th and 171b, an ).'! I fetid- - afternoon session 011 October 16th and Mr am; Mi. Q t. Tuckci r ii Mr i Sh a K le ami son, Char ie an evening at which Dr. R Ii al ll.uuir, of OwcnsboffO, of Mrs Vita were dmnei . will give a Aniann I'Uh'kc ..'...tUv. p.cuired avhlreaa, on Church Hill. dings Mr-A nriiige aid chi il'en, L Mil .bund, and a morning session on JI the Morning UafelHC ami r Vtstted Mr and Mrs l7th We ur.e everv superintendent and! J D A- ridge . l week Mis IV... G i ii ' ay spent Wednes evert woman in hat district, who possi lv can, to attend this meeting, as we t Mis Iva Smith n..y aiui..noi feel sine you wib gain a b easing All It e a visited Mrs llcltie Mtl t use expelling to attend please send Hayes !s lid a; their names to Mis l I! McGlothllB, A'ie lleek nnl In II lined Wednesilay. Irvington, and she wi provide enter-tainMr. a id M Herman visited Mr and Wtstern Recorder. i.t M;s e Jsi. itn Silurday ami S niday ent in West V.ew Wed Joe lmii. nesilay Mi a d A.. Henry Lucas from Itig John lient'y, who for the past time i itiv Were kits's ot Mr and Mis Sam ears has been a clerk ill the Rosenblatt st Aeek Al gno s here buying e I'd tobacco brother' store, has ft for a visit with Ins p rents at Hawesville, Ky., before Tlllllsda Im ing t ailed into the service. He is sun, Alva su Mi. ..tli Baobaui and ject to the next call which will prob-anlViaittd Mr add Mrs Barney Tucker be made wit nil the next few days, We diesday jo. in while 111 Clinton, has made a host T Howard nd mother spent Sunday of fr ends, ami there is gen ral regret with Mi an Mrs Dick Lainpton. that his country ails him. He carries Little Verne! I'entress i:. on the sick Willi him the best wishes of Clinton, and will rec a warm welcome when he list. returns to'his position, which will he open tor him at the finish of the turmoil, tnju,2 Home Paper. y s , . . I , 1 1 m r- You ii int n car everybody doe.. Get a Grant Six now and enjoy it. It trill give you everything inelud- ing looks, that any car up to $1100 can give you. ' M BAMUAN SON & CO., Cloverport, Ky. Agents Breckinridge and Hancock Counties -- S3 Grant Motor Car Corporation : Cleveland, O. as 3& CUBS IIAVVtSYiLLt Republic For S. l'Kepr I' n iiket 1 Mate S 'Nalnf I' hs saMtatlve EL II is R gUMT-Ut- Ri.J Hnr Coitii ' j JoatM (i()()l) if you liny it here. more and j ou have our be article you bay. ie It. costs no us well us Our yMianuitee insures the high qitiilityof your purdMsM, or its return if you hre not sitti-tii'i- ae taking arnn hiving a I the tun life ens Mi t i he can ami main s Inn Ite nan had a veiv for all the oiliers soie arm fioin I n g mm en el bin e d so 1 s.ewint getting belter t ing vacci A hhy "kind..'' suktiinti n ted. vt I'nil he boys seem a.xiois in Tal s.,i Lvi to join them I W ill an wi " am just wl eu UMl I a ul ' Ihs glad when I will in go in 1 I i I w -- r er saw W ' ; - 'ii it,. ' k . R, Raleigi . y hul hiiieut fi uuee iu a win! u i; ht incir Mr and Mrs Geo Hentiy and Mis John and George and Miss Maigaitt Kelt) innloied to Owensbora, Wednesuvrl port, Ky., Dear Sir; b .id enclosed $2 to pay for day eat also $i 511 for the est nt tn Mrs R L Puefeette, of Owensborn. y at a, o mr. Mrs Margaiel Kamlal, of Chicago, I liu .j reading the old home ami the guesi I ot .us c has l'ucketle, were ke to hear more from paper an w l:or JwitttCa .1 on Tuesday. II nt i'nhjmpo I. nine time I am Mr an Mis Wil iam SlamL-r- , of Ted aboif Louisiana and going I" ri City, passed tlnnugh th city Friday, is tell yoe .. at J fine place 1 la 111. ill as ever, to Uti it' to visit re atives. iL i .M.S. Sarah A Pierce Mr. and Mrs l.ighlfoot Mi lerand son, Iowa La. John, left Thursday morning, for th. ir Hor Ktal h une in Cruge Miss after an extend The Osti boi 8argain Rush. H. " e visit with Mis Lightfoot s mother and other relaii es Fo R p H )de in this vicinity WV Miss Martha Miller, of Cloveiport, e n the Kvalisville Coll ..n Crt 'l snent Tuesday this city, the guest oi Fi'C KM .1 n. rates, thus saving K Mr and Mis l.ighlfoot Miller. . Wlnle the regu'ar bract, A Stein, of Pitts F r tshei H Lieute aut Flank Courier daily by mail, puce 1, he 0 loher bargain buig l a , has been sent lo Washington, y iki, 00 our peop e have the D C, lo join a Company of electiic en-i. y For C.e tat is uonortu I ..ine one of the best neers, who are training at Camp University, preputory to going tu .uly newspapers at a a t For Sci Prance p. ice rt ic r'. ii'C.k l.in .i Bil ie Hrown is hi me the past week may be sent to The Mil Fur Jail v out it Lauded in at this office H: lie is fireman on tiaill out of Clover Tic-- port, and has been oil the sick list foi sleff. m to ti t p . Fer several days. Mb Abe Koseb att, of Ft. Dupont, Dela .i waie, will arrive home iu a few days for Parcel Pusi ale. a visit to his patents. Mr and Mrs S. a t through saving I'u n. Mr Rosenblatt enlisted iu Rosenblatt. in t is .section the army sever I months ago ami tins is in The meal bar ot ge lOiines pent last his firsl visit home li e Hr. aiafeiae p An. J.nnet, Holmes . Capl Jas. em en look the fob. war cvii iarcel p. . eu lor t young peop e lo ell C't. Ilr s t . Mi s. s Siioiely Cr.. retm am home Bight, in hit f ist motor boat eg three weeks with Margaiet Kt iU, Josep ine New " ' l - iMtrfe 1' Tm wUtCll .o ,. . i the Falls Lois Ayie ami Rachel Ruaeubiatt . a iuS. wile spent Hancock Clarion, Ho men .in . l.. Mr John D l. nae, T, C EWIS, Watchmaker 5 0ia-';gge?. r ..j .. 'rry. s i; i?iy . I 11 te Den ckct HELP HOOVER x Conservation is Your Dut liny a share in a corporation that will help you help win t If y l)emn a stockholdtl in this convp . war against kamerism. you have the privilege of huyinti all the groceries' ami proviM su handled by us at prmihlj less than wholeeele prices, plus penviitane used to pay riiniutiy expenses. l 1 111 i 11 V 'ash-ingU- We are going to open a store in Cloverpc in the r. i. near future I . i I'tepare ror winter and the higher prices that ate yet to cot I he cost of one share is small ite us for lull uitorniatioii. O pared with the savings on your provisions. Vli.W Liberty v C I Co-Operati- ve Grocery C 1206 West Market St. fod-...- Mam OHice: U l UUISVli4JE, KY. i l'l' ;J ' Reference: M iii Octet (c CVJ lltanch Kentucky Grocers Co. wu'i the 'ioo' y N CplUBsbil Trust Co. in if .i.i.in K.uest. , ' ' 1, , XKXxi;xxxxxx:xxxxxx: --1 THE BRECKENRIDGE JOHN NEWS 0. BARRAdl Idiler and Publisher i. er. FARM AND STOCK. Taylor Tate, of Kirk, haa sold hi crop of 5,000 pounds of Burley to Jones ft Smith for 20 round He haa 4,000 pounds of dark to sell. Popham Bros have 16 acres of fine dark tobacco and a good crop of corn Dont Get-Rich-Pu- icfe try to Artkisnon A Sraton, real estate dei.1 sold the Rirnwt IWtrnette farm CLOVERPORT, KY.. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1917 cont.'iinlng 145 ncres near MrQuady, to William O'Reilly sold to Israel Holiiiif. Smith, of Stanley, Davie coun- der two steers for $80. ty, for $5,500, posesslon to be given February I. ol8. Mr. Smith sold hia Sati Haycraft had a pear tree that far.n M 60 acres in Davlesa county for yielded him 60 cans of pears, he also has He ia getting practically 7..VI0 4O cans of grapes and five gallons ot good a farm as he sold for Subscription price $1.50 a year; 50r for 4 months; 7.5c for 6 months. grape juice. the price. We congratulate Mr. Smith Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. and welcome him to one of the beat Jake Kendall, of Webster, sold 16 counties In the State. head of cattle for $1,012. They coal Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. ooo him last fall $517. Tney were fed on W. P. Stinnett, living near Harned, fodder, straw and graaa. He also sold Obituaries charced for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. has a sample corn stalk on exhibition at 300 bushels of wheat at SS.jSper bushel. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. P; M. Tucker & Son' store. It raeaa ures U feet and 8 inches with two ears D C. Moorman ft Son bave $00 acrea Mr. Stinnett has Is acres, not of corn and 40 acres in rye. Jim Dean of corn. TTie best women indeed necessarily difficult to all of it so high aa the sample, that will 200 acrea of cora and 40 acres tobacco. make So bushels to the acre. He has They say it is fine corn and will make They are recognized chiefly in the happiness know. four acres of Burley all cut and housed, 4O to 3O bushels per acre. their children. their husbands and the nobleness that will make .s.Oiio pounds. He refused t20 round for It, Judge Henry Moorman haa three Ruskin. ooo gilt aowa that fallowed 34 plgf and two Vic Pile ia smiling over his crop of sows with 30 pigs. He aays be has more He says he haa cat and pigs than he knows what to do with and tobacco. BUSY MONTH. housed 42 acres; is of Burlev and I7 of la very happy over his results. Here are a few of the thing that are scIieHuled for the month of dark. He estimates it to make 45,000 pounds and is holding it at J2() from October. The Liberty Loan campaign of $3,000,000,000 to nave the ground up This crop will bring Alex Bskridge carried off the honors for the beat sample of five ears of corn America. The American Red Cross Societies 13,000,000 campaign him more than he paid for his farm over Joe Mattingly, D. C Moorman fund. The $1,000,000 campaign for the purfor the and W. R. Moorman. Joe Mattingly Jonas Lvons sold last week 78 head of has the premium pumpkin weighing 86 pose of establishing libraries at the contonments. A canvass will be made in every American home by committees ap- hogs for 12,950. Mr. Lyons raised the pounds, but John Rhodes claims the hogs and the corn on his place. He ia honor of raising it. These aamples pointed bv the U. S. F. A. Bureau to get the householders to sign now sowing lio acres in wheat. were intended for the Country Fair at the Hoover Pledge Card for the conservation of food. Sunday, OcIrvington. They were not sent there tober 14. is Good Koads Day. Programs are supposed to be carried Steve Davis, tae produce man at on account of being out of the district Harned, is at Mud Springs, Ind., being and couldn't get in, ao they bad a little out in all the churches to advocate good roads in Kentucky. fair of their own with above results. capacities for getting, treated for rheumatism. If this isn't enough to make us enlaree our ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 000 000 Ik 111 WH.i a .iwaYaaYaaYaW EIGHT PAGES. 000 rwrtriH it cant be done. vJl Our Bank ia a s afe Place font J (your money h JBafaYaV awaatwaYal BafM one-thi- rd 000 ijjfl 11 000 i y are of of 000 ewilMnla&BBwl TO HIMl WELL, HE WASN'T SATISFIED TO LEAVE IT IN THE BANK AND ADD TO IT AND LET IT GROW. HE HAD THE IDEA SO HE TRIED GAMBLING WITH HIS GOOD, HONEST MONEY AND NOW IT BELONGS TO SOME ONE ELSE. IF HE'S GOT THE HEART TO START ALL OVER AGAIN HE WILL LEAVE IT IN THE BANK WHERE IT WILL GROW. COME TO OUR BANK e't WHAT HAPPENED SEE 000 000 house-to-hous- e 000 THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. Total Assets Ooer $850,000.00 We Offer You giving and living, perhaps nothing will. Plowing in the fall for next spring's crops distributes labor mere evenly The second 40 per cent., or 275,000 men, of the new National throughout the year, favors earlier seeding, improves soils and kills many Army were transported last week from their homes to the various insects. Where soils are subject to contonments. The movement at the rate of 55,000 men daily began washing or catch crops are seeded tall Wednesday and ended Sunday. The final quota of 15 per cent, of plowing is not recommended. Let's do a bit for each one! 000 Beard Bros, have cut and housed acres of tobacco and are putting in acrea in wheat. 000 150 3OO Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods the 687,000 men selected for the new army will begin to move to the contonments on October 3. A new record for maximum passenger service was established by the railroads during the five day period ending September 23, when, without a single accident, they transported 275,000 men of the new armv, in addition to the largest regular passenger and freight traffic the) have ever handled in their history. out from an eight months sceze of illness. We met our old friend, C. P. Bush, the other day. He was just We are glad that he is re covering and will soon be aole to attend to business. He is a man among men, true as steel to his friend-- , and always has a pleasant smile and a gord word. Everybody knows him in Breckenridge county. He was the first paymaster the Henderson Route ever had, and a good one. May your days be long drawn out, Mr. Bush. There are some interesting letters in the Breckenridtre News thi week from the home boys who ate following the StarH and Stripes 000 some in Kentucky and one in California. We are deeply interested The F.irm and Ranch says: "We elad to hear from them: to know that thev need more men and women who can do in these boys and we are w 0 are serving our country to the best of their ability and are doing farming. The world needs more doers. things that will make the homefolks feel a keen sense of pride in Farmers need mora neighbors who can farm profitably and fewer advisers who them. cannot farm and do not know how to do what they tell others to do." The thing to do with Mr. La Fo!lette is to send him up a 000 feet in an aeroplane und drop him down within the German It is reported that fat foods are now lines. We remember when they sent Mr. Valandingham, of Ohio, ao scarce in Uermany that fat for trying across the linos to the Confederates during the Civil War, but not in costs more than four dollars a pound. Fowls bring oner one dollar a pound an aeroplane. Some of our neonle thought at. tht r.im that, la and geese eleven to eighteen dollars. an awful way to treat Mr. Valandingham, but it proved right in the Prices for all meats, eggs and cheese i cnu. are correspondingly exborbitant. w Henry Williams, of Owensboro, was at Harned last week and conditionally bought the Smith property, formerly 000 the home of Rev. J. W Hughes, fur J. N. TeafT, of Hardinsburg No 1, $3,000. Mr. Williams has a wife and has a badly bruised arm from being two daugntera. He is locat'ng there on thrown from his buggy. account of the school. Mr. Smith is a farmer and is planning to raise 000 The sorghum crop in this county Is thoroughbred sheep and hogs. good and the mills are busy making it 000 up into syrup. It is selling from 75 Schopp ft Cook cleaned up all of Fred cents to $1 per gallon in tin pails. Dutschke's crop of Burley at $20 from 000 The sweet potato crop is fine. They top to bottom. His crop will run around are selling for $1 50 per bushel. W H 13,000 pounds, lai.-e- on ten acres. Hazelwood, of Glen Dean, raised 40 000 Gabe Pierce, of H 't, has 15 000 bushels. pounds of good dark. Ml. Pieice raises 000 Sweet potatoes keep well in a good fine tobacco and handles it right. well ventilated dry cellar above freezing 000 S. L. Bandy sold his crop of Burlev point. Don't put them in large piles, as they will heat and rot. If you havo't for $16 round. He set this price earlv, a cellar use barrels with the top open got it and let it go. He said, however, and put them where they won't freeze. if he had been a reader of the Brecken-ridg- e News, he could have saved $4 on 000 IBBHi 1 Conserve Your Cash Cash in bank mean a lot to you. It prepare you for any emergency. If there' e a elump after the war, ready caek will tide you over. the hundred. These cattle at 6 cents as feeders and averaged Jno. T. Ditto, of Decatur, III., has taken one of the Breckinridge around 65O pounds. They will ship a county boys for his "soldier boy" and has subscribed for the Breck-nridg- e car load of hogs some time this month News to be sent him. Isn't there some one else who will and are expecting it to round up (4.000. They have cut shocked MX) of adopt a "soldier boy" from our county and send them a small re- c rn and have and acres more acres 2"0 to cut. membrance ? They are now building a large stock barn. Preston Green is manager of thi Work on the Hardinsburg and Garfield pike is moving steadily farm department and is teeliog good on. Several car loads of crushed rock at Garfield is being hauled out over this year's work. 000 and put on the new work. This is going to be a fine piece of road. Jesse Just bave a little patience with the contractors. They are doing SaturdayHerndon was in Hardinsburg ou business. Hs says he sold their best. 200 gallons of gasoline Saturday, the big day of the Country Fair. A professor in Columbia University has been dismissed from his 000 position because he was a and pacifist. Uncle Sam is no W. R. Moorman As Son and K. L. respector of person and the sooner the German sympathizers learn to Robertson, of Glen Dean, made a big keep their own council tho better off they will be. purchase of thoroughbred Short Horn cattle at the State Pair. They bought R. S. Veech'a entire herd of 38 head When the tax assessor comes around to assess all the can fruit for 16.000 to be delivered October 95 that the women have been putting up this year possibly there will t e Mr. Veecb U on f the oldest Short a few who could buy all the canned food they would eat with the Horn breeders in Kentucky and his rep utation for good stoek ia knows all over amount of taxes that will have to be paid. the country. This is a valuable ad dition to their already big herds, and We have been urged to do without the fourth meal and we won-de- r gives other dealers in the county a how tho women are going to get around this on club days. Sug- chance to improve their herd. gestion: Do without supper. 000 Wheat sowing around Glen Dean ia Oo October 2, i.OoO saloon.-- , and retail whisky houses in New in full feather and some large crop? are York City had to close their doors on account of not being able to belag aown. W. K. Moorman & Son are putting in 150 acrea, R. Q. Robertpay the increased license tax. son & Son 75 acres, J. If. Howard & Son 50 acrea, D. C. Moorman Son 90 Read the Farm and Stock columu in this issue if you want to acres and Jim Dean 73 acres. know what the farmers in Breckenridge county are doing. 000 Brutal Robertson told J. William jPBflHHHHBjBjBjaijsjajaj Jarboe a alee bunch of sheep for Si4 Friday, October 18, pro-Germ- Anderson county, the home of many of Kentucky's most noted Green Bros., of Falls of brands of whisky, voted "dry "' last Monday by a majority of 225 shipped four loads of cattle Saturday votes. The addition of Anderson to the "dry" counties of Ken- September 29. ami three loads Saturtucky reduces the "wef counties in the State to thirteen and in- day, October 6. They averaged 000 pounds each and brought 9 centa concreased the "dry" counties to 101 Shelby News. were bought tract price. 1 000 Sam Marshall, of Hardinsburg, has 8,000 pounds of Burley and 8.000 pounds of dark. The Burley was grown 00 new ground and is fine. For three years Mr. Marshall haa been struggling along to make a crop. Tbia year, he says, will carry him over to the good. There are hundreds of men in this coun ty, like Mr. Marshall, will come into their own tbia year. Jo o o The ten acrea of Alfalfa that young Jesa Howard sowed in August is now a foot high with a good atand. Jesa is off at school and this will help him in his Rough, studies. 000 If then is a business expansion, a goodly bank account will find you ready for it. See us today about that acWo do all count of yours. kinds of banking. mmsmmmmmmau The Farmers Bank, - Hardinsburg, Ky. I'aul Shrewsbury has a good, crop ol Burley and dark tobacco. About 4,000 pounda of each. 000 000 , FOR SALE! TEN MARCH BOARS Carefully selected from my entire crop of spring pigs. The kind that will improve your herd. Must be sold in next ten days. Priced reasonable, quality and breeding considered. Don't wait two, three or four weeks and then write for a boar, for they will not be here at that time. The farmers in this county will have a surplus when they market their crops, enough to buv a million dollar's worm of Liberty Loan bonds. Joe Glasscock sold Vic Robertson Monday three cotton mules for $400. Cotton is selling higher than at any time since the Civil War, says the Yazoo City (Miss.) Sentinel. It gives a sale ot seventeen bales that Drought 45J4" 000 000 cents. Epworth League Notes. The subject for the Senior Epworth League meeting Sunday night, October 14, will be "Putting Religion in poll- - tica," led by Mr. Cbas. Fallon. Public la cordially invited. Miss Maud Barry and Miss Kathleen Crist bave been elected delegates to represent the Cloverport League at the Owensboro district meeting, which con- G. F. MAYSEY Hardinsburg, Ky. Route 2. 000 venes at Greenville, October 26-2- Woo Instructions 16 the knowledge of the Bible are given at the Junior Epworth Lvegue meeting every Sunday after-doo- u at 3 o'clock. Parents are to send (heir children. Buying Your Coal Now Will not save you but a little money, yet it insures you against a shortage this Winter. We are selling Basket Screened Lump at 15c delivered. ORDER NOW. City Coal Co., Illiteracy Fuud Subscription Additional subscriptions to th Illiteracy Fund from Breckinridge county are aa follows: Hardinsburg, Mrs. Bailie Beard $1 00, B. Franklin Beard Jr., $1 00, Murray Beard $1 00. 0. L. Block $1 00, 743 8. 8rd. St. Louisville. James J. Burke, Proprietor is Columbus Day. per head. Try Us for Job Printing 9hm Brackonridge WEDNESDAY, New. OCT. 10, 1917 An Kj . 1 Classified I HELP RAILROADS IN WAR SERVICE Shippers and Traveling Pub'ic Contributes to Efficiency. of A NICE LINE OF at red t th PostOffllceatClovsrport, ea second el ass matter. fHI9 "APFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN " ADVERTISING BY THE Inspection Of my j jj ADVERTISEMENTS NATS I Z - 1c Per Were tack Isserlle Motif, I NoTS Advertisers pleasi 7)SS y,,ll W;4II hIwM tSi'OP 1 n tlMl he agtSH KNIT GOODS Sweater Coats. Knitted Coats, NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS oenkral orricrs WAN I hi) I j j WANTED MISCELLEANOUS WANTEff You to miikw cxirt IMFMJ hy n ntl ntf r mi. rofim or out M" rn Fi HI house Ad. tn running h W CKKNKIIM.R N KWH PASSENGER TRAFFIC IS CUT Thousands of Train Crew and Locomotives Thereby Released for Hauling Freight Needed by the Government. Chlenrjo. Report Just compiled for tbe rnllrnnds' war bonrd Indlcnte that tbe traveling public In general and the shippers In particular are giving the finest kind of to the railroads In handling the Increased traffic that the wnr has produced. What may be this means gleaned from these facta: Since May 1 the railroads, aided by the loyalty and understanding of the public, have been able to reduce their passenger service by approximately 2...io).000 miles. This has released thousnnds of train crews and locomotives for use In the freight service and cleared thousands of miles of track, thereby facilitating the movement of coal, food products and supplies needed by the government. In addition to the foregoing saving of equipment and trackage, the shippers, big and small, have rallied so splendidly to the slogan. "Make ono car do the work of two" that a saving of close to half a million freight cars has been accomplished. This saving of freight cars has enabled the railroads to move approximately 25 per cent more freight since war was declared than during the same period last year. tntsnslvs Loading Help. Intensive loudlng 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 lnstunce, which was formerly moved in units of fifty boles, now moves only in units of 05 and 75. As there are 18,000,000 bales to be moved by rail each season, the Increase In th trade unit In this one commodity alone has produced a saving of anywhere from 83,000 to 125,000 cars. Sugar, on which the carload minimum from the South wus formerly only pounds per car. now moves only on cnrloud minimum. The n producers of manufactured food products, especially the cunuers, huve also come to a realization of the value of intensive loading und are now loading virtually all of their curs to capacity. Coal, which has been loaded beyond capacity on most lines since the beginning of the war. Is also moving freely now, although labor troubles in some parts of the country Is tending to counteract the efTorts of the railroads to meet the abnormal demand for fuel. During the past month the supply of cars on the "lake coul" lines has been Increased 25 per cent and there hus been some Increase In the movement of bituminous coal to the lake ports, but It has not been proportionate to the Increased supply of cars, as labor trouble has tended to decrease th mine production. 24,-00- 0 ttO.OOO-poti- IATES FOI POLITICAL Fall 10 10 Millinery hi For Precinct and city Office for County Officet For State and District Office for Galls, per Una $ i. SO ROW SALE - 9 6.00 f 16.00 Stock will prove of inter- for Card, per line For All est to those who Train Schedule on desire the newest The L, ft. & St. L R'y. and best styles. 10 Publication in tbe Inter-eaof individual or expression of Individual view per line t (ull power ejmla ca and tank, ready f r use SHOO CHh or trade will imy It W. II. J ,w. n (J union K v OR - I K Karen AO ner 0'IM1; ffood rorn and tobanri Imid; arris lu W(Kdn; (Too. dwelling; flSSl rn at door; out butlrilnps (rood ; younfr ordhard For further Information aod price writ,- W. 1. Homlne. Oarflpld. Ky. VON ALR l h a rOR DALE A lot of (food Milk Cows Rcnrd Hron.. Hardlnsi ore, Ky. SAO acre acrva FOR SAL K In sood fares ; 100 balance level: rood acres timber; hillside land; well wntered;5 roomdwelUns: tobacco and stock barns; fine tobacco and wheat land; situated on malndneof Henderson Route, for price ard further Information write The Breckenrldge News, Cloverport, Ky. Effective lune 17, BAST BODND 1917. 10:11 A M. 11:16 P. M. M. 5 &0 P. M. P. M. T:0 5:08 A M. :M A. M. 7:25 A. M. Your Patronage Solicited g Eskimo Scart Sets, Angora Scart and Cap Sets, $ Toque and Sport Caps jjj COMPLETE LINE OF $ WINTER UNDERWEAR! A Juvenile Coats, Arriving Irvli.ton Arriv'ne Lroltvllle Ho. 144 will lesve Cloverport Arr'vlng Irlneton Airlvlne Louisville Ho. MSwIlllpaveClover ort Arriving Irvlncton Arriving I oulsvllle No. 141 No. 14t will lenvr Cloverport flit! A.M. SWtET CLOVER IMP. lars and prices on rrqnest. JOHN A. SREEB AN. . 4. Falmonlh. Sly. seed, special scarl- ryinir. nulled and unhulled. Circu GET YOURS EARLY. WEST BODND will leave Olnverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Bvansvllle Arriving 8t. Loole Mo. 141 will leave Clo verport Arriving Haweavllle Arriving Owtnaboro Wo. Itt will leave Cloverport Arrlvint Owensboro Arriving HenMrnn Arriving Kvanevllle Arrlvloc St. Loot No. I4T will leave Cloverport Arriving Owenahoro Arriving Hendenon 10 57 12 09 Miss Evelyn Hicks Cloverport, Ky. A. P. 1I:M P. 1 IB P. ?: P. T :45 P. Sir P. :00 P. 11 M P. 1:00 A. 1 :M A. S:17 A. T:40 A. : M. M. M. M. M. An interesting protracted service is being held by Dr. Price an avangliat of the Preabyterlan church and R K. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. Reeve in M. g. 4 Jewish Hospital under the special care 7:40 A. of a doctor. M A. Mr. and Mrs. Fox and two sons, Ottofl Fox and Baynard Fox and Mrs. of Stsphensport wars out motoring Sunday and passed through hire visiting a short while with friends. Personal and Business Of E. G. Beauchamp of Falls ot Rough, Nature Gathered (or Our Busy returned last week from a trip East. He vieited New York City, Philadelph Readers. ia, Boston, Portland Main, Baltimore, Washington D. C, and other cities. C. C. Powers, of Addison, was In Mrs. Peyton Basham and daughter, town Saturday on business. Zelma of Albany Mo , arrived at Lodi 8. E Turpin of Woodrow, attended burg Saturday, to be in attendance at tbe Owensboro fair last week the Keys Deacon wedding and will reJess Owen isspeading a few days with main to visit friends and relatives for a few weeks. hi mother, Mrs. J T. Owen. Mrs. Hugh Atkisson and daughters, J. M. Fitch and Mrs. Fitch attended Miss N mcv Atkisson and Miss Margth Keys Deacon wedding Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Peyton Claycomb, of aret Atkisson of Bervin, III., came Webster were in Louisville last week Wednesday for a two week's visit with Miss Esther Payne was in Stephens-por- t Mrs. Atkisson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. last week for a short visit with W H Bowmer. Mrs. Charles Hamman has returned friends. Mrs H. V. Duncan will be hostess to hone from Louisville where she has the Ladies Reading Club, Thursday b' en under the treatment of a specialist at St. Mary's and Elixabeth's Hosafternoon. will be pital. Mrs. .Judge Henry DeH. Moorman, of Hard- - glad to know Hammao's friends that she has improved in on Thsburg, made a business trip here health. Saturday. See Fordsville Plaining Mill ComMr. and Mrs. Will Carter of Henderpany's wholesale price of Barb'ed son, apent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wire. Smooth Fence Wire, Nail, BindBod Carter. ers, Twine, Hay Bale Ties, and house Arnett Pate of Owensboro, was her paint in tbls issue of the Breckenrldge Monday the guest of Mr. and Mrs. News. They can save you money. Henry Pate. Send them your order now. Will Eowmerof Louisville spent SunMr and Mrs. Chas. B Skii nan, and day with bis par nts, Mr. and Mrs. W daughter. Miss Elizabeth Young Skill-ma- n H Bowmer. of Morganfield, Mr. and Mr. The Wednesday Club will be enter Jamas Skillman of Louisville are here sained at tbe bom of Mra Ernest Wed this week to be present at the family ding this week. dinner party Thursday, Oct. II, given Mrs. J H Rowland has returned in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skill wedding anniversary. home from a visit to Miss Dorothy Row man' sixty-thi- rd land in Paducah. Miss Eva May and Miss Eliza May HILL ITEMS apent tbe week end in Owensboro th guests of relatives. Allec J. D. Waggoner of Hit Run was in Le Yeager and family will leave Louisville Stock Market He is buying this week for Louisville where they Louisville Thursday cattle for J J. Brooks expect to make their home. Hog markt Cho c heavies, i6 George DuRelle Falrleigh of Louis Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dawson have pounds and up ti8 IB; pig si 1.7ft ( 16. vllle and B. V. Sackeitof Chicago were moved here from Louisville, Mr. Daw roughs $17 25 down in this city, Thursday on a business son having accented a position at the Lmis-- Bl $i5o0 15. j0; seconds trip. hops. flo0u3f,ll.o; Culls 0,) $750; upWanted To buy second hand Everet Powers of near Duke was a Best hep f8 Oo (3 $8 fto; ducks 6.jli right piano that I in good condition visitor of Vic Beavin and brother last down. and reasonable price. Call News Of met k. Calves Market steady. Best veals nee. Mrs. Viola Jackaon went Monday to tl'i 00 (g SIS 3O; medium 7.0og 13.oo; Mr. and Mrs. David B. Phelps and Dam 43 to be tbe guest of her daughters Common fs.00 9H 00. at) Jane Cranshaw motored to Owen Mr. Simmon and Mr. Daughtrty. alksfo Tuesday to spend tha day shop Mr. Adel Hamblston ha moved on 9 the hill to lift with her daughter tbi MILITARY SALUTE A Ka Whitehead went to Rome Sunday winter. I RELIC OF KNIGHTHOOD hi sister, Mrs. Lizzie Wheeler Mr. Armstrong and his daughter, Of4'hleago who Is visiting relatives Mrs. Garage) Tuokar and Miss Tucker, Washington. The military saOwensboro Spent Thursday with Mr. ints had a curious origin, if the Irs. Richard Stall man and daughter, Jest Itom. tradition brought to light by Ruth Stallman and Mia Georgia Mrs Samuel Wheatly went to United States Marios corps offjt iw aevuie j aas faw here icers at their headquarter Evansville Saturday to sec her daughmay be believed. The navy sola eV' w r ij..l.s. owner, or ter, Mr. Murray Prjor. r. nu mrm. nuoiri dier soy that the saints origMiss Mary Parkin went to Louis inated In the days of the tournavill Thursday for a visit to her sister, ment, at which a queen of beauMr. Stmpton. ty was chosen to preside. The .11 all. Bercn Long of near West was knights and their esquires and lip. Carl Brlitoo open the FricUy hers Saturday and Sunday Pointguest tbe all who took part In the tourney, on presenting themseivea before of friend. ' a. a I the queen, lifted each one a band Charles Saltarfteld, Louisville apent Wros on Friday afternoon. level with the brow as though Mr, and Mr. Hugh Donaldson motor- Saturday and Sunday with hi parents daisied by the light of her presMrs. C. W. Batteifteld. ence. from Bowling Green last weak, they Mr and . j A is., n Jos Getting ha moved into a part of Although Its significance has on of Len Taul's house on th hill. boon forgotten, that same saints Mr. and Mr. John C. Jar bo ,1 .. I. Is now used by military men In J. Since the death of her father Mr. recognition of a superior rank, Mrs. Gresnwall will go Waathington, the marine officer say. Loutsstil Saturday to visit Mrs. to Illinois to Join her husband, Henry Grosawall who ha employment thsre. , KSSSSSaaiMajaajsasjaeja' A. Mc-bbl- ns M. JJ. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. Mrs. Helen Adam i visiting relatives in Hardlnaburg, while her sister Mrs. H. A. Oelze is in Louisville at tbe LOCAL ITEMS. Following is the Honor Roll of the Cloverport Public School for September. Senior: Aubrey Beavin, Jane Light foot, Maydee Cbapin, Mar tha lieid, John Duke, Zivola Kramer. Junior: Louise Wealherholt, Chlora May Seaton, Lora Carson. Sophomore: Gladys Hemphill, Lillian Buckby, Marion Allen. Freshman: Kathleen Squires, Selma Sippel. Grade 8: Maud Barry, Ellis Carson. Grade 7: Christiina Keil, Sarah Fallon, W. J. Couch, Wonnetra Yeager, James Buckby. Grade 6: Kohert Oelze, Marion Furrow, Samuel E. Conrad, M. D. Seaton, Mary Whitehead, Herbert Downs, Amcil Johnson, Ad- dic Moad, Lathrop Kcid. Grade 5: Gladys Bohler, Carrie M. Jackson. Grade 4: Anna E Keith, Marian Behen, Lillian Pauley, Katharine Phelps, Mildred Morrison, Adele Keil, Mary Bishotf, Orabel Basham, Charlie Lee Hamman. Grade 3: David Behen, Inis labeling, Irene Carman, Hazel Sanders, Geneva Robinson, Lafayette Reid. Grade 2: Lucile Burden, Helen Suter, Bess Keil, Aodie Bell Couch, Orville Furrow, John Gladys Tabelingr. Grade 1: Frances White, Eleanor Farns worth, Elizabeth May, Eva May, Eva Margaret Black, Virgil Kinder, Rachael Basham, Askins, Fred Furrow, Marion Milburn, George Pate, William Ml Guston. Wholesale Prices on Wire and Nails We Quote You Our Special Prices F. 0. B., Fordsville, My. BARBED WIRE Light Cattle, 2 point at IU.9O per spool of 80 rods Light Hog, at $3.00 per spool of 80 rods. Heavy Cattle. m f4 Oil per spool ot 80 rods. Heavy Hog, I point at 1(4 67 per spool of 80 rod. SMOOTH FENCE WIRE (in Galvanized No. Galvanized No. 10 11 100-l- b. 10 11 Bumttes) at $4. 3rj le' bdU at $4 jO pel bdl at 14 Ht 5 per bdle. 00 per bdle. N Annealed No. Annealed No NAILS (full keg prices) 201), HOI), 401) and 60r Common at $4.10 per keg. 10U Common at $4 15 per keg. 81) Casing at $4 3j pel keg HI) Common at $4 20 per ken. 101 1 Cjsing Bl $4.85 per ke; 0!) COSSSSOS Bl 4 30 P'-- r keg. . .'Ill Kine at $4 60 per keg a'-l4I) Common at $4 4O per keg. .shingle at $4 50 per k Binders' Twine at $1.00 per Ball, F. 0. B.. Fordsville, while it Lasts. c We will furnish yon our special brand of I'ure Lead aod Oil tl I'int at 2 46 per gallon, Freight paid to Yur Railroad Station. u-- HAY BALE TIES at he following prices, to be shipped direct from Louisville, Ky , iml will pay l lie frciyht on orders tor five bundles or more: Wire, 9 feet long at 2 20 per bundle. No. No. 1ft Wire, ) feet long at 12 M per bundle. Wc can make prompt shipments. Send u your order today. Do not del. FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON, PLANING Incorporated MILL C0MPAN FORDSVILLE, KY. Manager Renewed Efforts Necessary. Although excellent results have been achieved to date through the of the shippers, "the traveling public and the railroad, It will be necessary for all concerned to exert renewed efforts, as the abnormal demands upon the railroads in the movement of both troops and supplies Is constantly Increasing, while the securing of new equipment Is virtually impossible. From now on 2,500 cars u day wlU be required by the government to move food and supplies to the men In training at the National army. National Guard and other encamp ments, while the demand of the allle for cars to carry export goods to th seaports will be practically doubled. All of this additional traffic mustk.be moved by the railroads, although they have only 3 per cent more equipment than they had at this time last year. Five Ostrichs Hatched. Madison, Wis. Five ostriches were THINGS TO REMEMBER 1. The vital necessity for the rotation and diversirkation of per- Held crops. 2. The importance ot livestock as the foundation of of a manent agriculture. 3. The advantage arising from the development of industry in our community. : dairying Hollars are as certain a protection to the individual and to the nation, in war, as are armies on the nation's frontiers in time of war. MoVoliz (1 hatched at the University of Wisconsin incubator, the first ever to see the light In the state. Ths eggs wore laid at Vilas park and the parents are a pair of birds from California. GERMANS THOUGHT LONDON WIPED OUT Sharon. Pa. That the German: soldier are victims of the grossest sort of duplicity Is the statement of Philip Fisher, a member of the American Red corps In ambulance Cross This bank is always pleased to be given a chance to be of assistance to those who wish to open new bank accounts or to thi who wish to add to accounts they are already carrying It. warns to co operate with all money mobilizers. FIRST STATE BANK W J. l'IGGOrr, Prcsideut J. M. HKRNDON, Vice President : Irving ton, Ky. eaaaiaiej)jajejeje J. C. PAYNK, Cashier J. D. LVDDAN, Ass'l Cashier tJo Lived Past Three Score and Ten. 1 m . m -..- --- .. ' Mrs. W. A. Crew, who has lived several years liejoud the allotted time of One's life of three score years and ten, Franco. In a letter to friends celebrated her ninetieth birthday sev here Fisher aays that he has era! days ago Allho she is old in years been present when German prisshe retains a xouthful spirit due Irom the oners havo been questioned. fact of her excellent health. "They did not believe that the Mra. Crews is the mother of seven States had any men In United children, six of whom are living. She says, "and they also France," he has alao lived to see twentt six grandthought that London had been children ami twenty three great grand obliterated by the Zeppelins." The children who were with children heron her birthday were: Mrs. Rose Lewis, of New Alhanv, Iud ; Robert Tortoise Boasts N Years. Hlnton, W. Vs. A land tortoise at Crews, of Irvington; k. T. Crews, of years old was found Louisville; R. F Crews, of Dayton, O.; least ninety-nin- e Neely, near hero. Markus L. Crews, of Mcuady; and J. on the farm of Carved on It back were the Initials R. Crews, of Owensboro and of Mr. Neely' Wanted ! H HIIHIHeeaT 100 Cars Cider Apples L D. ADDISON, Addison, Ky. aa graat-grandfata-or ths date. "VUV Try a "Want Ad." The Girl Who Was a Soldier Boy How I Went "Over There" With Perahing 'a Division By HAZEL CARTER Mr f nisi an the bnraler mill h iii M'i Iiitii mil lieforp kIiiiw mI ii 'lii i illiln know whether I hr mouh fin lie inn k iiirnlii. nnd they w.i. i'iiiiI.iiiu iil.ntil It mill iiIm.mi Hip il 'i use w .III t ho while frni p lllt IK "'il fit- trli-- mill niiili'i In.-- I nt the army mill whtliltur i i l I I - 'i "tin htfta iarir lavrantwwnl 1 hmi UNUfcH. irtavaa III) Mm i Ami ".li in H M p m Mat i woman, twtruy-two- , young Ituelmml, Curpo-m- l who John J Carter of tho United State army, nnn ordered to Franc with the fondling expedition. to aocompnny him. MM pohlier'a uniform "I'Iimii'-and fell In M a private on his de part wiv. 3Uq was Ave d.tya nt ara on the transport ahe was dis-IU- f Ol and waa returned home ftK"ln?t her wtahes Copyright 1917 by Bmll Syndicate, nc Arii., Is a young Intel Carter of Douglas, St off in I" semi ii" nfT h Iih mil MM MM pronoun eil Mat lints, no batata, no It n n great ihln Texas Wonder cures kldiiet an M 'iir. troubled, dissolves gravel, curea diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and Irregularities or the kidneys and bladder in both men anil women. Regulates bladder troubles In children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mall on receipt of $100. One small bottle Is two months' treatment, and seldom fallx to perfect a cure. Send for aworn tes- umnniais. ur. m w. Hall, zzb Olive . Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by drug-glsts- The Oh ttWy ui aatie Ole and Hog Breeders of Breckinridge County THf: I Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm I. I MIIITMl, rrstilttw ti M wl WRO FARMS Prop a SON, Qlen Dean, sty. Polled Dill ham Cattle Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Polled Durham Shorthorn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs ad Shr Han' nt cattle e Sheep n .1. it ll l Have won The We KKK1 hi ii'l Ixh i Right CHAPTER II. Among the Army boys." I ' Dough- - fur to most folks My IT fi'niu nM Mmoored ah nglde n barge transport, to om i the siile Uti n " m I'd, lint il limited like u hang, loUed and Three days mul Bhjhta treated iiml worked on that barge ! IbumW I wwahl i'"i'. MM uM (lie i Im was IgeWlsg mul watching tt.il.tijii; lor lie chance In net aboard Hie in, iliiu colored iMp on which inv hw"lad and MkM pic e of the Orxblna ox toil it i hi were to go to linine. This :i It til waiting wore on Mt tired MUM and weary body. KrnM flip time we lilt the train I hadn't seen my husband, mid I In vim t him would M a In I dial MM great tunic for M eyes Continually strained In v illi for a siii"le L'lininse 'J'.i lite inline had no troulile Ur.' the fai t I was a tHM, p. cr. hotly 'Was M busy loading stiv piles to pay intention to me. mid I futllld a place to sleep olT by myself, wliii Ii was a comfort, At least I sneak eil MJ uniform off fot a short time. filially tilers was even more activity Itan on lb prvrloM days, ami tti's MffUll l" bwtta Rlld clnsier mid fuss ever knew if Mwllj a,boul IM, so weie goblfl to inake a Ineak it Would Ii gar a me n good have to lie 1 let i a soldier leels liefme lie Idea ui lin goes "ov tf tte lop" lor I he llrst time. I un-III I 1 M MM l"iirney MMs MM I 1 1 I Aboard at Last. Th"t were get ting ready to east off the Mrga, and most of the oliiiers wore Knbia IM rails of the transport made my try. (MM I nstein arlmi had Mj feet un IMI deck I dei itltd M pi below slid slay as njolel us possible, I i I kaM no lime in dnefctag into the fi s t n upaDhiti Way I saw. l iiforlu-alel.- t for nie, a setimd HaulaiMI Me petwd io be dm king oM nt the MM time. Mild we bMMpad hard lie reeled Mek :u d said: "Wli.ti the devil are you doini;?" I bad is IBM to ;i t ' in t ion at MM and I i BtetML In My itoepeal voire. was gotng below, sir." I mumbled "Who are you'" Carter, ir. K l ompany." "Carter, to mote eaiwfnl nhout turning porners and going in and out of limns a tar this he said tOUcblly ami Hot i d off, "Yea, sir." I answered and aa hated. Wbca lie had gone I was irMblng nil over, and pwaadad mure eara- It was the fullv. yoa MJ lie sure Iral lime i bad ever beaa aboard n tivr Hliip the liist time I had ever seen salt rater, in fin t so dfclnl know my way ariHUld very Well However, when I gut downstairs i found IMI one of the transport's dorki Md boaa Mfla into a big bank room with Ihe knorkwl out mid bunks in tiers of Ibree eaeb uii anaand IM sides. Lu kll i s mtted u ronpla of the boys fTMB CMpaay K and followed tlietn to M sis lion in wbk'h tbey were ajuartarad. Ttoj looked like old home week in one kaioaoma girl, and i unt to thliiklug of the nlgbta down in Doagdaa when hey used to eonie over mid sit on our porch ami pill elose harmony all mil Hie planlint they didn't Mnarota ate. so i threw my out HI Mto a MlddM bunk thai was empty wus karky to Bud una to spare. haraUM they were iisinn all the available spaee o:i that shii The bunks vvne made out of raaraa, st rate bad very tbrht, uml they rude cottifortaMy aaasuffb when w c mire gt t started I fOHld feel tbe ship cettiit under way. mul as g little sad. with Ml one to talk to and lodging to net out of Uiy Clothes and Slrottk out mj weary I was ho body on on' of those bunks tired of bbabltbia iMrtMlfaWM I knew I would gtvt auytblng to real a lUtla soft lingerie next m and iMrhajai have n a in. altkougk on a petiii-oa- i tbaj dogtl waar tali M ibe L'li is ib.v. a any of ib. in nowadays only the old fairttiimrtl girl i i purti-tiotis I -I m Under Way. The men wore nil around me. many I had knOWB in lunulas, hut they didn't hither with nto. bfeauaa I guaai the War I little blue ill leaving llieui tts inn, mi t. be at win's as tturbod) u lime(llk i1mt ii hUiiuse it was the suiter iiiiiinspht'1'e got bm to longing for thill Ii:.. cl le In re Vott ItMlU hal e cut. it arith ii kntfa Tha Md timers probably .nt in,' ihivvii for a sobhy Sumtiiy u ho bad I'nially Joined I straightened MyanJI up uml iMMirtil "Hin k up' Von re u dom e of u mil . I j lea red Hi.' harlior had hardly ri'iniirKril 1'rirate Stidlhers. u grand when the rookie OSMI tiered above Me Igtlllna ii i. in Inn etwaya n private. l began to fret uboiil submarines ti if r In tinbaUKh mi I'M llh hoMered up "Whnt's Ihe MIMrf mine Is in. I Sinilli.Ts either If toll "Are yon afraid of l! IhhiIs'.'" Ills ri'iil MM It MM M in In nt i "Well. I ain t pxnetly eliecrful about Hill In. Ill Tho i.ni head up. miii he replied. von run ml Is lo ho killed), ami worst The ronversiiHon spemed to rplleve yon won't kti"v ii that," Iir enn (he strain, for he talked along eniitlini In. It'll guess. u :til the utisly. for company Tim of I'rhnte Smlt horn reminds old timer down below me broke loose wltb some conversation that would egfggj MoT mi, f "Vou object to your men drinking?" have to be printed on asbestos DOgWI BaMd a of the i oloiiel of u regi- and com luded "Say, Alf, If you're goln' lo get klllpd "Why, ment on t ho border MM day. Private Hill Jones has always been a I wish you would go oittsidp mid do il drinker when on leave, nnd you suy be and let some of us guys around here what needs It get a lilt lo good out of Is n line soldier." "Yes. and he's nlwnys boon a pri- this M The outbtpitk resulted in u lot niorp vate." answered the rolonel. grant b Ma from otbor parts of the bonk This Btted Vnitbera' ease exactly "num. mid IM pool boy had to toss He was a fond soldier and u line light-erI bun I ailmtly nnd listen lo the rest hut rut from Ihe pnllern ol a I'll rata and always inland ad for one store II There were some si overs In Pretty aooa i aotkad him staring al hat out t H wasn't knag aftarward that this me closely, mid I moved away, a Bmltbers wouldn't 'ooklp I bora me got seasick about a. tbonnb knew .iltn didn't vvunl tnstek as Bavy body can become, I lip M oil' However. reckon. Then be was aruld wr him lo ret on If I rotlld help it Il seemed ril;y to go on Mel yet. so wouldn't meet n submarine ,r t hut tin lorpadu might miss us. I sauntered toward my old BtaMplug gTOOttd, "I don't cure what It Is," he which hud MM so friendly ti me en routp from HoMglns the ship'- "so long us it stops this ship. Even n rock might do." kitchen. felt sorry lor the hoy and woulg What I retilly wanted to do was page my husband, for I hadn't caught a m " liked to mother him, but didn't glimpse of him on the transport In dure. He had only been lu Hie army fact, bad Dot seen him since Ihe troops about three weeks. He wus homesick and aaaak'b und everything else a sad No sign of him. left the trains wondered a Utile how he would MM I Making Sammy Most of the soldiers were seasick, It when he found mo still along. Thar she blows!" hollered n voice land there wus a lot of kidding from We could feel the ship moving under .those who wore not. However, a few bcr own power, and by the glimpses got boastful at lirst only to keel over saw finally, and they caught it the hardest. I caught through the portholes It wus about this time Private Smith we had straightened out in the stream hadn't Then a panic seized M What If my ers played Cupid for me. husband was riot aboard that ship? tulked to my husband yet when I saw Suppose lie had beou transferred to limit torn, the professional private, af some other regiment at the last min- proiiching me. It was Ihe lirst day I started to duck, but without ute. They do such things in IM army out of attracting attention ha stopped mo. asking the permission Wit bout winch makes the husbands wives Sees Her HusbanJ Again. hinder to follow. I bad no way of "Suy," hp said. "I'm on, but I'm uot M was aboard Knowing WtotMr going to tip you oh" Don't w orry. What I- f"Hey, there. Joe. heave to and lend Just saw your old man. utnl he knows A few of us old a fallow a hand, will fowl What do you're aboard now. follows in the regiment are iu tho you think this is- -a tango tea'f" The speaker was one of the kitchen know, und we'll cover you up. Put I'll swap WbeB the transport Started its look out fttf these kids. ri vv perilous Journey to "some port in hunks with you tonight, and you can I'mm o" he was hustling elates of food sneak up to mine after lights are out. Your old man is bonking right above into t ho storehouse dowu below Others of the men were busy with similar me." So fur had kepi out of my hustasks, gelling things shipshape There I was afraid be seemed to be no romance about this band's way because oriler me to report myself. Since It was a case of getting I t farewell knew his duties pretty w:ell and down to brass tacks. After iiwhlle stole above. There wus no e.xcltuinent. where be would have to he at certain no depression now Kvery tiling was as times could easily do tills. Of course I usual, Just as If the boat were bound at homeI,, gave the orders,rr.. but , the dis I .....i i .1 imr .I'nnv n. .1... ...in, I.. ... ii n in unu trip UI'OUUM for little sightseeing The sentimental realized his soldier truiuing might Manhattan isle. Sam my recovers qMklf P.esldes. the force him to do what be didn't want men did not know how many (ierman to. However, when Private Smithers eyes might be watching their depar- brought me this message I could hardly wait for "lights out" so 1 could sneak ture, and they Mated to show Ihe enemy I bay meant business. Only when forward to see nnd talk to him. they passed tbe statue of Liberty did they slop whatever they Warn doing (Continued next week). and stand at salute As one of them, a wiry westerner who went Into MexDyspt-psiis America's curse. To resico with Pershing, put it: good tore digestion, normal weight, "We got to give the old girl the gMd g liealtb and purify tbe blood, use hand us we go.' dock Blood Hitters. Sold at all Off For "Some Port In France." stores. Price 1.25. It was right utter midday mess we left the pier In llobokeu. Two days GLEN DEAN later we were still am bored out lu the bay The other transports were ull uroutid. some of them so close the Uleii No one Mr. ami Mrs. Luke Keeves spent a nil Id call back and forth knew when we would depart I wus frw davs here last week the guests of f lha Mr. and Mrs. in dark whan I saw u cuuula J R. Wilson. atbaf lrahffrta tnrhaj out. It would gpeDt the Miss Baara Robertson I lie our turn next went Ualow, .My baarl was turning mi kinda f HiiAoia. week end at her honu with Mr. and Wu were kgtrkag for "tha I'nrt ill Mrs; John Owen. I I'm in e.' ana had "as sllll Mr ard Mrs Vandy Powell, Greensta.v i d out n tha way of tny husband, although had nena him und anew lie ville, Kv , are spending a few days was aboard Ba waatiaavtarad fartlier wnb hi parenia, T. M, i'oweii. fur" aril than I "as. tviih tin- lest "I Joe i Mattlagll attended the fair at k euaananji if im t slaved with aw a t )w, naboi o uiNt week. gonra awira m.i yaal wnnhJ law i would gy to Knuira with n A ehittah nicial will be given at the fcnatatnil Wra adatataa katw ara weep Batata ol Mrs. J. T. Joces on Saturday mi our way. I wga loo lai unu l"i O' i 2l i v 7 A plate lunch will be tlicin to put ini ag, and I wus rar happy Mill klUgad fur smue Iiiiki'IIi' served Ki v Kntieit J hntun conduct lag a and ii hatth Aflrr laavlug prnt whetner wfsi. aiu ri viva ii at the Methoaist church. I'd dlreetlj ror r'raaaw or whni wa did MM II. it k Wi bb who has I jierhtiftetl i - nil ici h o it there kill iui were MM! here.' Timid Rookie. UhhOM at State I'airs Past Mjag Years i Dealer In Leaf Tobacco G! en in, - Ky. dinsburg, Oeatert In M I Valley Home Stock Farm a. own Thos. O'Donoghue Dea'er iifand Ilteederof Polled Shorthorn and Durham Cattle. land China Hn)rs and Plymouth Rock Chickens Po- I a sou. Pititittwi Ky , Beard Bros Ha Ky. I Mk" Hardinsb.rrg, Route a 1 1 Pdand China Hcgs Specialty I Polled Curham Cattle Live Stock and 1 Hardinsburg. Ky Route Tobacco HAHHT H ORCHARD G. P. HOME FARM Paul op Windrow Iimh t"n. Ky. Wilson The Webster Stock Farm nRIOR, Own.r MAlStV, Proprietor MtffMl Registered Duroc Jersey Nogs, ilardituhuTg. ky.. Route 2. Fai mer and Buyer of Li Farmer, Dealer. Breeder and Feeder af Hereford and Jersey Cattle . ... ai.t i bacco Webster, Ky. I DRL'RVS STOCK FaIMi C. H, DRURY, I Proprietor Farmer and Bicedcr ol Registered Dune Iryingion, Ky , R. Parte c n i i aro vorian com.-plaine- toy F. D. No. 1 HegJ Sows. Boars and Gilts For Sale Farmc i Feeder Ky. This Space For Sale I Irvmgtoft, 1 I7 f-- i t- L. ho C TAUL lnsurar.ee Office May - 1 Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tor nado and Windstorm, l ife, Accident, Health 1 ft A inn f . n at w, f 3 Insurance. Old Reliable m90 i aaaaaw 1 Companies gggaaaaaaafvagj s. Henry Trent ?&.-- ?. 11. sf-- i afe-- s. ajtt P.'L. Dadl W. Trent J I Hardinsburg Livery Livery, Feed and M nii-:h- I Sale Stable Ky. Hardinsburg, V. G. BABBAGE SMART TROTTEU: n t i ATTORNEY lm iv. iti Bur-dru- Saucy ns possible is this Mil xilorcd broaalrlnth so mitlll with pawn of sill; lirnld The tunic is ndornad with patiha tul ('Uiliroii'.cry. Btatcblag ilia turban. wMla litcb cull's uml tl mother aiaaaaal of style to il . Get my Rates for Collecting Notes and Mortgages by Suit in tbe Circuit Conrt. ' f - rioverport, Kentucky ii ...u? t . ? Bit et r Pr. R I. Il i ii? Lii Subscribe for The News ROBBED AS Fellow " SLEUTHS WATCH at all Has r OMItu Stephenson DENTIST Located ,ln Hardinsburg. by Dr. H. E. Royalty nanently in Miitonic Builrllnu lorn erly occupied in Gaston Means' Houaa In New York City Lose $5,000. it. Ull Tenants K. B. McGlothlan Dealer In IKVINGTON, KY - New York. Burglary wna the last thing thnt Leon Lusunsky and his fum-ll- y thought of when they left their upartment on the fifth floor of the house nt 1153 Purk uvenue. And, be-BbJes, the house wus being watched by iik Second Hand Goods Business Solicited . - detectives. rtiii- Oil I ' what run' ii ii w nubia t a mi imi nun aaaagaa i win uduui uw t laakad ihe aaaaa lo mi' ail urai mn don't we how the i iii'lain ki'n' fr hi gait hag hag Thni a la l wi- ggttiad ha the wa u und aval me w .m u rmikle n i i ut not lu ay Heahlrii . II - ' - llaiai nie im old iina ii a ' - tu ir 'i nf rMMwa iumiIi rhah, ai'1"' there wus u ggfi in Hi Imn I. Khaaa haahagM ilart awwal u ggara aaaafal or in-- ir ktm aa if tin' Tinlt it i - gad in. ii dler I ' did ii at ub'iii tint tail old ttaaers wM Irnl i iMilpa lii d in the I' dll pi S ai. some et'vii in Cubu bark in I Mis. while gMa Of tMM had i i n in Ualleo .Ii not look sud. bill I will sni tin e a dutlied few-n- l hem griUkiUg U Wi .. the alii;' htli out. of bit do. k I lank ad aaaiud f In I .. wtav iii i'i.'i ti r. i Gaston Means, mentioned In connection with tbe affairs of Mrs. Maude A. King, who was killed near Concord, N. C resided In one of tbe apartments there and detective eyes were on all entrances. When Lasnnsky family returned, is i d leUtives here for however, the they found the apartment turned lo her home a had been thrown topsy-turv- y ii by bur- Clothing, Jewelry und glurs. Miiniman is in Bowlirg ware valued ut tffi.OUO huuVbeen stolen. Mr. Lasansky immediately notified tbe r.i nol police, who lu turn told the detectivea. n in os. Louisville is visR J Hoht rtson Aged 109, Wants to Enlist. f of I linois Portland, Ore. Although he ia one nd wlf ot buudrt'd and five years "young" and rhn ii. h rn r fought in tbe Indian and Civil wars, "Uncle" John Dowd of Wllllumlna has ' '.I Ol J 'Tt uot bad enough of excitement aud ' I, K If wauta to eulist In the United Htute many and go to France to tight the QafgsjdH He Is BB earnest In his desire to eulist as tin youthful recruit. dnlly and often Daard walks hra i t v .in ln il.es si i bt-e- r ac-vI . pwvwMMMBBBBW t 'fcasSffrSSW It ion are going to haw a si. e, OQ will need an Auctioneer Mi M"tU: Service Wi ing to work foi the money. 'iu years experience; l'rioe Reasonable; Vniir.- - fur a ciean sale; write uie at Ky. v M-- s h i e n, Ktd COL. H. J. i i OOkUCH i.t. , Mr. ua- N ,iuu ..ii, iii inn .inn un., cniiorerj. Mis V. da ( orklln, Louisville Kiiph visiting hfr Utsr, Mm Cora Priest. Mr and Mrs. J B H in Ison " iiaiu'hin f, irrie Pr res ai'd Mrs . 1'. 1'- 'h. oiii. ui.ii.. I la f -l .i. ' !) t 11 M 'r .... n ii I, . v ii e.ek I a a . ir llll ta. n it II. v. i .... . SL.J .IM, II . . , ii j r 1 N II n , lf ed lu Kk o s AMERICAN WOUNDED BEING FOR IS. MB cntucky KfflV 1 Li3 CKATEAJ ill FRANCE Rlktnn. Ffra destn Iwrn belonging to C. nii'e north of ..' r aw, ( ntiidi o tebeni an i i rsaet Bra a a. , 9 is p'. .red at el.l'OJ lob . . i a O. m on H nd on the rr lam at Ambulance Drivers and Aviators Nursed Baok to Health hy Vife of Wealthy AmericanConvalescents Play Golf on Chantilly Links Chateau Faces the Famous Ciiar.tilly Race Course. OhnoHlly, France In his blrf hero where for more than two ycmn lie hud hlllicd upon liim ns guests a doren Frem h officers nttiiched t.. the Btnlt of (Join Jo re Kllioil Fitch Stiepnrd, the American milliona cutiviilcsci at aire, lain cstuhlh I)' home for sick and wounded American u a tors and American nmhulancc dilv-erg- . elm-teai u $RO0. titll' Shopnrd lias n :lt '.'hanttlly since the beginning ot the war, except s dining the Heeling visit of the Just before the liattle of the Marne. Then the Shnpurds drove out ot Chhntllly toward Pari in th.ir ti lowing car L'O minutes before the Brut troop ot Uhlans entered Into Ci.nn-tlllfrom Senlls, width they had Just put to thi' torch. After the battle of the Alsne, when warfare Btaguuted into Intrenclied position, Qeneraf JofTre selected Chnn-till- y as the Bent of his Great Headquarters. The "G. Q. G.," ns the tier-loan- j Bhepard decidt d to opim a convalescent home for sick or wounded Am youths serving with the aviation, the lied Cross or any other brunch 61 .lie service. Since she has started hi r enterprise Mrs. bhepard has had an average of sixteen American youths la her gin ot all times. Some have been suffering from wonuds more and more American ambulance drivers are being slain and maimed by shells since their number Increases with every arriving ship Others have the dread malady known as "shell shock,'' when the nerves are literally set on end through being under continuous bombardment. In most cases the Illness iof the ambulance drivers Is trnc able (directly to nervous indigestion, caused - by the tremendous excitement under which-thboys work. u : French abbreviate "Grande Quartler Generate," remained ut Chantilly for more than two years, or up to the time that JolYrp was made marshal and General Nlvelle took ids place as commander In chief of the French armies in the field. Turned Over to Rfussos. Then came the German retreat to the Hlnduuburg line and refugees from the devastated region evacuated by the Gel loans began to pour Into Creil, Senlls and Chantilly. Sfiepnrd turned over the rooms so recently Jjlvcn up by the officers attached to General The name 1 loan's inspires Confidence JofTre's staff to the refnpees and tool; idiu v ills Uoan's Kidney Pills for 21 under his roof the Drsl ulpht. Gradually the Fiench authorities shifted Dean's Ointmeut for skin ilihtng the refugees to tlie south of 1'innee, poan's Rcguletsfor a mild laxative Sold and then once mora the Shepnrd homo nl all drug stores. was emptied except foe the family. it was Jthcn that Mrs. Klennor Conn., nnd Husiel! Nichols ot lirnn-lorConn., are now In the Verdun sector with then aartMhUMt after "taking the cure" tit Cbantllly. Won the Wai Cross. Alarcel CBBf a rem h youth of the Two Hundred and :;ovenl.v-ninir"'( nient, who lived In I'lmniilly batata the war, was also a guest of the Sliep-- I urds after he hail captured a German Uin hUM gnu and six German prisoners single handed in the fierce fighting along the Chimin tfoi Haines. Cuny Is not yet twenty years old and had been sent to the front when he performed the act of gallantry which won in the War Cross with n star and n palm on the ribbon. Cuny Crawled out In at night on reconnaissance duty and found a sfccll hole between the two belts of barbed-wirentanglements, occupied by the six Germans who were acting ns n machine gun team. Cuny was armed only with grenades, nnd ns be squirmed forward on his stomach to the edge of the cruter and raised a bottb to throw in among the Bodies, they nil six raised their hands nnd cried, "Knincra.ie." Cuny ordered tbsBB to the French lines and mnde them carry their machine ;un with them. He took the six steel German helmets off to Chantilly he was granted nine days leave for Ids bravery nnd gave theiu as souvenirs to the American ambulance boys recuperating there. 1 jul 111 e ' AMENDE m Frankfort State Journal Prints Strong Editorial Favoring Adoption Of Consiitnt-ora- An epitome of moat Inailgiaii a big aatfloffe meetin- i.ta trunarii; y. foil w was he'd lo re b lei Tyn ill ;ti it eawrti qaota of bMi tie lane ibdBt fotty men left fof aa hiip for Raaarel and there b m Winchester. Wiiu liei ter women aro '. u i il'e & Nar.hv.ile train for C.unp bniy srepaHag com tori kitn for the laaiMfy Taylor. snMIrr boys from (' ark county, nnd Hartford. Thre: ()!do ounty glfWiy a nuin':er hive ralaateerad have been notified t report tlii-.iIs on disservices. A for active duty In the Miners' M II play at a loial store. e.a! Corba. Ura. A. It. It lay Morg in Finch. 23 years ml it. t, DeWltt ?o to ort B ljamln Carlisle. Bid), farmer, of Moored dd, tain roamy, Harrison, trklla Ur. K. V. Fprt will g.i was convicted nf n. ABlaag tier ne.it to i art Ogeltboi ae, Oa. r.iven fivB gtaffg In the penitentiary Whitpsburg. iiaii. leawty j .n In the Circuit Court hc-- on a eaatgW of Whttesbarg, shot and las anMy of kiiang Willie Barry last April. K!' e,i Tnaases LawaaBi :t") yam old. Covington Mrs. Rlasle Oarrcrt, ar- at Neon, abort here. Tho ot'e r, It is retted on a warrant chaining her with Bb Intad) went to arraat Lawvon, wno , I.awson pulling a revolver. falsing a money o.iler from $r, to J.'iO M Ni lioiasville, Ky., Is being held In war shot throuch the bead. thn Covington Jail. She was initiated Hlckmun. Snventy elght more mo by the leleral grand jury at latletts-hurhave been drawn In tills county, thl last M:y. bring the third call BeOSSQary In orde: Carlisle. After iho leslhaaaj of to get the full tiuot-- ' of 1M, neirly all thirty Of mere arttaaaajl had been BUrrtad men having beea exenipte.l geard ami grgrocstti of bbwumI Basle and others falling to pa a the exami iv.o calls. he cR-- of tbe Comm mwealth against nation in the lir Morgan K. Finch, of this (ounty. on a J. A Gilmnn. who ha Greenville. of mariler, vent to the Jury in recently brrn commb'slnneil as a rap the Circuit Court bete. tain In thn U. S. Knprlncers' Corps, has Mrs, James Leach, o. lieen ordered to report for duty r.t Georgetown. I.nnlav i!ic. general dire tor of the Fort Leavenworth. Mr. Gilman Gaast ot Women's Clubs to Mtihlenbur? county, and for ei.Tltt State Fedcr-itloand toraiaf arasldeal. aiMreaead a years has boon superintendent of tbi r?e nai iber of women when sho Greenville Light and Water Co. spoke before tho Georgetown Civic Hopklnsvllle With Pr. E. 11. C'n-I. agaa. Mrs. ll. Cliurchill Blackburn pll, of Nashvlde. ns tho BrtttC pa presided. s' aal er. the anniversary of the Su Lagrange. Upon learning of a r'ny school Hoard war. edabn tad br sboot'n-affray an0lg necn.es of 0M Ce Loaisvitlo Methodtal CoBferenea, Protped neighborhood, County Jadge idinp W. A. Candler, of Atlanta, I ti relished on tho tamptatlosri of S. E. Dellaven commandeered an a He and the big auditorium wis erowdad am! went io the scene. overlook Jesse Ditto on tho road and to overflow lug. brongl't him to Lagrange, where he bt con lined in Jail. W. Logan Shearer, hav. Lexington. Bg been declared to be iin IV growers of gible because of tho location of bis Henderson. Tobacco Henderson and adjoining counties nr? residence, Rev. j. w. Porter, pastor of bar Vesting the finest crop grown in n the First Baptist Church an l rice pr j Bt nl r of year's. Cutting and housing iiler.t of tho Kentacky nti-- : alooa baa been in progress for ten days nnd ' League, Is considering n proposal thai will rntttlnue until the cad of the j ho run as an Independent candidate i mta. The weed is flanging slowly for the Legislature against Wilii.,ni F. bOCanee of the late planting. Klair, Democrat. II nth V" LI 'JH . The Breckenridge News AMD. S3 e l The Evansviile Courier 1 t m Orctt k Ncwtpap ) r H The Breckinridge News VN re.sl.-ted- eeklv 1 ear Si 50 00 nl 4 Rolii for M. g m The Evansviile aV ' Courier a IJailv. !' 1 1 car In Mail f i ,n t I IB n i in It sa. ins Kaie umy vunng uctoDer t a a miner, brighten the long, dark, winter days .by v : the weekly visit of Tiie Breckenridge News and I Sj . the daily viiit of The Courier. v.. . . -- ' Send your subscription god your name cither f 93 to The. Breckenridge Xnws or to the Evansviile fl a 3 . I . . . . : R v,i B ... I SH Sunday is Desired Add 2MS i Louisville, mmm & St. louis Rj, Co. i ,Y ST. LOUIS TO EVANSVILLE a. m.. r J 'ts Pointing Ct Amendment And Its Advantages Preliminary Preparation. For these youths, averaging from years, come seventeen to twenty-on- e jllrect from schools and colleges and gn under lire in the most terrible war the world has ever seen, with no preliminary preparation it is only necessary that they be able to drive motor cars. They have not the military training and dulling and inculcation of discipline which fits the soldier for the life ol the trenclH Mrs. Shcpurd is aided In her work by her sister, Miss Mercedes Terradell, formerly of Trenton, N. J who has been in France doing war relief work for more than a year. She gave valuable aid to the French authorities la i March when the refugees w ere dumped Into Chantilly by administering first aid to the tiny babies who formed a considerable proportion of the motley collection of suffering humanity that the Germans left in their wake. "Feeding the boys regular American food prepared the way they have been accustomed to having it at home is the principal factor in making them well and strong again," said Mrs. Shcpurd. "Americans are not used to eating the coarse brown war bread which the French use, und they are not used to living on soup and stew, either. After a boy leaves here, if he has a weak stomach, I send him packages of food every week. I send him wheat biscuits that he cau eat instead of the war bread, and rice and preserved vegetables that we put up here ourselves, and occuslonully, when there is an uutouiohile going up to the part of the front where they are stutloued, we can send them fresh meat and poultry." Take Up Golf. The Shepard chateau faces the Chun-Ullrace course, and Just behind it are the Chuutllly golf links. Shcpurd has plenty of clubs und neur all of the convalescents learn something about golf before they are considered well enough to be discharged and go back to their posts at the front. Itlchard M. Atwater, 3d, of Scars-dale- , the youngest member of the American held service lie is Just sixteen has Just left Chantilly to return to the trout with his ambulance section. James Norman Hill of Colfax, In., attached to the Lafayette Ba-eadrllle, who w as wounded by machine gun bullets when ttginiug a German biplane neai Fens, bus Just gone buck lo taki up Byiug again after convaC. Wyman Steele lescing ai Chuutllly of Eastnumpiou, L. I., has returned to the United States utter spending several months with the Shepurds, following his dlMfhurge from an arniy hospital. Lester II Si helde of Hartford, No y The strong rrientejtoni adopted by the Frankfort ChumLei' of Commerce Amend- i . oring the Con stltotiOBal l nl relating to Ihe purchase of telo-- ' phone lines are meeting with favor Among other thnnighout Hie ,;tr.tc papers which lave endoreed tin's ao- tion editorially is the Frankf.irt State joornal, whlcb recaoUy pnbliahad the Corlngton. united states Commie-sloner Be'! Issued warrants for the tollenHng man who are charged Wttbj fulling to regis tar tune I: Henry An-- i daracskj Grant ounty: Junnle Mock, ounty, Georgia; Charlei Bt Carroll Crane and Mart Reace, both of Estill ewmty, anl Fred Fannin, af Palnta-ville- . ' tele-gfaa- Lexington. The Second Kentucky Infantry, when it le't here for Haiti ia burg, was c rain soaked regiment. The soldiers took down their tents, packed their belongings and BMrchod to the trains in a steady downpour. Cam? Stanley has been etitire'y abandoned ., a; I for about 20 men from the two regiments, a dozen of whom are ill and quartered in a residence on the site. i ' -- 8:35 a. m.. 9:48 p. in. 8:35 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. PULLMAN SLEEPERS gumma PULLMAN SLEEPERS ' loJlowtng adltorlat "Ar.iond The Constitution "The action ot the Chamber of Cora-arau.ig'ng its efforts to the in adoption of the Constitutional Amendment relating to the puichase of tele- - j phone lines, atld In calling u;;on other commercial bodies to support it. Is both wite and timely. "Two telephone lines in the same community, each contending for in a nuisnncti an expensive B ice to the ; ublic, and has been too long tolerated. When the busy Baarobanti farmer or professional man takes up his telephone, he wants to talk and talk quickly; and to be told that the party sought has "the other line" naturally stirs his resentment. Two exchanges in the same town lean that the business and profes- onal man must maintain both, and this he should not be required to do. "Telephone service should be universal among telephone users; every telephone user should be able to reach every other telephone user, over his own phone. y The present Constitution of was written when the telephone business was in its early infancy, and In it was written that one telephone company could not acquire by lease or purchase, the lines of a competing company, with the result that in every municipality where there have existed two telephone systems, howsoever much a Chamber of Commerce or a City Council wished to have only one, they could get rid of Iloth neither without wrecking one. lines were doomed to continuous existence, in spite of the fact that generally neither was prosperous, or giving to the public satisfactory service. State authorities and local councils have complete power of regulation of telephone companies. "The General Assembly adopted the pending amendment to the Constitution, pqrniitting one telephone company to purchase the lines of another, provided the City Council and the State authorities shoulfl approve the purchase; without that approval no purchase can be made. This amendWinchester John Williams pleaded ment was passed by the House of Repwithout a dissenting rote, guilty to a etrir c of obtaining money resentatives and by the Senate with only one nega- under fjjAa. p'eteti im and was given tive vote. Such a vote is an indication a sentence of one. three, three and five yesrs, respectively, on four indictof the widespread interest in the amendment and the demand for the ments. relief it will bring. The public interA patriotic demonFlominsrsburg. est Is fully protected. was held at the courthouse "We cannot too highly commend the stration and to Chamber of Commerce in Its efforts here CbBg ' the draft recruits leaving for Taylor and were to secure tho adoption of this amend- bade farewell. Speeches were made by ment by the voters. The State Journal Is for the amendment, and will add ludre McCartaey, Marvin Mclntyre, If, Cooper, Juuge Babbitt and Its efforts to those of. t lie Chamber ot Charles Kills Fnulkner. Commerce to bring about the adoption. -. com-lioiloiKen-tUck- Lexington. In response to M.iy.wllle. Judge Newell, in the from Plate Foo.l Administrator p. ketl repeeeentetiTee of the Lexlwa trion Circuit Court, U the n't of ton Board of Corrmcivo joined with Tho h. E. rogue Distillery Co., this the Lexington Wsman! Council of Na- city, vs. Tho Phoenix Distillery Cotional Defease In a mass meeting to st. Louis, etc., gave fadgment for the Btart the. family fo.vl pledge card Mat r!alntllT for glS.elft.rl, with In pal rn in Lexington and Fayette lb Master Commissioner A. c. Sals or was ordered to tell at the court hons:' county. door In this city 8ri battels of srbl iky Lout grille.- - Eleven Insane Be, four upon which the Pogne Co. has e.l'-dcripples and four Ban with gla's eyes. Laxtngton. General Manager s. B majority of whom rcsido In Indiana, Cony amcng the 225 draftees excused r)n!,ey, of tho Lexington DtllltlesWarh-ir.':towere pany, on his return trtre tron exfrom army service in final medical after conferences with oflleiali aminations conducted at ramp Taylor. Administration, declared A'l of tbeae men were members of the ot the Fuel by Administrator meond contingent that reached hero a he had been assured Carfieid that the Boat Hern Coal ft few days ago. Coke Company, which famishes the company coal, would be compelled to Harlan Fight employee of the Wil-- ship enough coal to keep the plant B Bat rat Coal Company, while rid- going. ing to work In a motor ear. were ambushed by unknow n persons und Paris. Suit for divorce was filed la to run the gantlet of a fusilhide tho clerk's office of Hourbon county The attacking forces, the circuit court by r "crnevs representof bullets. number of which Is unknown, were ing Mrs. Nannie Clay Howard, wife of concealed behind bushes along the Kdward V. Howard. In the petition They fired 25 shots, only Mrs. Howard says that since their roadway. one of which took effect. marriage her hatband has trr tiled bat in such a cruel and Inhuman mannet ' When his son, who was as to show a settled Owcnsboro. and to called Tor service in the national army, permanently destroy peace and happl left recently for Camp Taylor, Virgil ness. U Andorsnn, of llockport, Ohio county. It Is alleged, went to the station Louisville The eeinner In which with him, and in the presence of other taxpayers of Louisville and Joffereoa national army men and a large crowd county are responding to tho urgent abused every branch of the govern- ragaaat af the Bt its Tax Commls iion ment and every public official from tho to make the new tax law a SBCCSBB ap President down to members of the lo- parently Justifies the belief of Count cal Draft Hoard. As a result Ander- Assessor Miller that the returns tall son was placed under arrest. year for the 9 S a :essnieiits will he greater by several millions of dollars HopfelnsvIHe. The Important matter than ever known before in the history of electing four lay and four clerical of the office. delegates to the tricentenary session if the General ConfaiWMa of the Lexington. The First KentinkT Southern Methodist Church, to be held Brigade, composed of the First H at Atlanta next vear, was one of tho nient, now at Louisville, and the Secchief matters he Di e the Louisville ond and Third Regiments of Infa try, Conference sessions. Another feature which have lieen at Camp S'unli was the pre ontatvn of a resolution Including several other brigade organifrom the Ke itnck? Conference, that it zations, will aaabaMy pass out or ex. and the Loutsvll'e Conference be isteneo as a separate omani anion merged so as to solidify and strength- soon after Its arrive! at llaltlesburu, en Methodism and 'ts Institutions In Miss. This Is the statement of a Lexthe state. ington man high in military rank. i L., II. & ST. L. RY, High-Class Coaches LEAVE UNION STATION Observation Parlor Cars TENTH AND BROADWAY TRAINS City Ticket Office: Fourth ai.d Main Both Phones 11 R. F. 34 E. M. WOMACK, G. P. A. ft PENN. H. L. SWEENEY. C. T. P. A. P. A. v LOUISVILLE, KY. s DH. W. B. TAYLOR ...PERMANENT... DENTIST rtHlos MUUIQ, Uflurc UlllliC a. '" p. m. ave-:do- n, tn '" . "" p. m. always In oBIre durles jogle. iiKun irvingtcn, Ky HUYiUIRE L. S luilefnitf stay, this Is M,r lirst visit heri' In '."! years. ill . Diitei 's . .V!h 1. H, B Brasheer spcat the wiiic ted Freight IU If. Cars Must Keep Working. 1 1 Mis Mallaata fthellaiaa iwnl serif i ad with Miss Ac. y Ui n lis Shiioh. d of I.onn nul .mil Unssla r..e aad F, nuns Qrunaf altc n.ka ctiuri r at Sbllofa, H inday ilLerroo Mr. P. It. II ins Ins ol dtaa De is i tMtlcUttg ilii o jiii Ed .i tchcitil h tpaat S'jnU..y wiiu S J. Ota ai Missel ll i 4 in y V. k thsasoa e( Htepheesport p UKQUhB in re Si mil ly i in i nit i to li i U't to ;itl.; il tiio AtrA(iu'r,ii. si vt tin sV J. Winchester. Carlisle Iluldwln, well nsba u . kuoun young man of this city, was 1.. Itrum r n i Mr. ar,J Mis. II drowned In the Kentucky river, BOB! daughter, Dorothy Have uias ij Laaia . when Winchester, a motor boat In . c ituir i.te which he was riding turned over. Two Kiiie far un ii MUt F.iin no lay let tch .yl. companions saved tlieuiselvos by cling- dauglrti-ring to the boat. Mi and Mr. S. J Id ,shi ar ind sod ur tiaugaiei , Miss i '.I' Lexington. -- Although It was believ Uilfi II U. A"k:ks. :i spvat Sunda ed In political circles here that the 'i. .noon wlln Mr. Bad Mi, H. U. Ity and county raeos IihiI soon their Veaaassi oniplotod entries nearly a month a'; sister . ' in-t, -- Mi s. A T. Ouj'i.'.'r less, er sill witti in r Raeelleni results aare he.-aebiaasl f the to data, throagh the eooparetioa ibippera, lbs traveling piiiilii- 'iml tiie railroads, in tin- effort to secure Use aa use of all railwa) eojuipwent' daring the war. The Railrejede' U'.n BeasvJ Issaee warnlag, hoetsesr, UsatM aril be iiiresn iry for all concerned lo exert eiforts, as the alniornial ilemamle upon the railroail.s for the niovt nient of BOth tioois ami supplies is constantly Inmsaeliuj. while the sajswriag of new tqaipaseat is virtually impossible. l'rotn now on, a,5oo cars a ilav will be required to aarry food and supplies to tin nun in military casaaa, while the sbipnieiit of expurt supplies fur the Allies will he d ubled. All of this additional traffic must be moved by the rail-- i iits, altlioiih they have only j per seat Btata squipuient than ihey bad at this liiue last ear, - Jack Frost. wo net anBgB were Just iinnounced at may put a li ferent aspect on city elections. The first killing frost of the seasoo BiglM, Consider iMe A T. H ikrof S: irt i, IVnn., oecunril Moadas Mi m .' n. and iter, Mr. Nap .1 in ma to lute coin and und lob ceo eitg u aiid Mis Caale Itiunsi lor an was the result. sllssll - i.JW TO ADDRESS BOYS IN KHAKI Directions for Sending Mail to Men in Service of United ' California, Nineteenth Division Utah, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico. Cnmp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Sixteenth Division Ohio, Weat Vir ginia. Camp Fremont, Palo Alto, Cal. Washington, Twentieth Division Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Part North Dni'ota. Ci rip Doniphan, Tort Sill. OMs. I BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN, K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier E i President SECURITY-W- THE BANK OF SERVICE CONTENTMENT k' i Fourteenth Division Missouri, Knnsns. Cnmp Wiiilsworth Spnrtnnbtirg. S. C Sixth Division New York. I.HERE CAMPS ARE LOCATED Camp MeArtlrar, Waco. Tex. meeting of the Masons at Branc twills, WORK Division Mlrhlgen, Wis THE RAILROAD'S I i,d Saturday evening. consin. Mrs. Rugene C inner was the guest of C strfbutton of Men in the National Camp Itowle, Fort Worth, Tex. Mr. S. W. Davie at Mystic Saturday. Fifteenth Division Texas, OklaIN THE WAR Guard and the National Army A. T. Riard, of Hardinsburg, was in homa. by States Officer' Traintown Kri lav. RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING ing Camp, CAMPS (R. O. T. C.) Griver Stewart, of Cannelton, was Wellington, Oct, 7, IM Aoproxi-m:ely D. C. . (via Washington, Helvolr, Mall for aoldters or Washington a.500 carloads of load nnd olher the guest Sunday ot his parents, Mr. and hont). and Mrs. Joe Stewart. prospective officer in traluiDg should Fort P.enjniiiln Harrison, IndlunnpolK necessities trt being delivered dully ly be nddrcNHcd kh follows: Quite a crowd from here attended the railruids at the rantourm nts where Ind. .lollN SMTliI I. N itio al (.usrds court at Hirdinsburg Monday. e National Deon Springs, Tex. (Kxp., Boerno). IteglrnenL i' 'iiy X, Fort Lognn H. Roots, Little Hock. Ark. ire being trained for service abroad Mr. and Mis. C. A. Tinius, Mr. and American Hipedllionarjr Forces. (P. O., Argenta, Ark.) tccording to reports jmt received by the Mrs. A. B Cashman, Mr. and Mrs. E. columns of this paper should tell you just where to JOHN SMITH, Snckett Ilnrhor. Railroads' War Hoard, Accutate fig A Smith, Miss Belva J French, O W. Madison Rnrracks. Company X, II. O. T. 0. buy that much needed article. T. N. may be offered at ures as to t he extent to which the sup- Dowell, P H. Morgan and J. B.Mor(0iii In which training) Fort McPherson, Oeorgla. (Exp. and plying of food and necessities for the gan composed a motoring a saving in this very issue. Or, if not, the next issue (Town and state; location camp) party that Tel., Atlanta, On.) soldier at the training camps will inJOIJN SMITH, may bring you the bargain you seek. Fort Meyer, Virginia, (Exp., Washing- tensify the transportation problem will visited Linctdn Farm and other places Regiment, Company X, in that vicinity Sunday. ton, D. C). (Name N. 0. Concentration Camp) camps N. Y. (Exp. not be available until all of the Fort Niagara, Youngs-town(Town and State). have received their full quota. The Lewlston, N. Y.). JOHN SMITH, IRVINGTON Fort Oglethorpe, Dodge, Oa., (Exp., task which the railroads have been Regiment, Company X, answered by words: Read the Advertisements. Rossvtlle). asked to perform, however, is a difficult (Name N. A. Concentration Camp) Plattshurg Barracks, Plattsburg, N. Y. one; It iuvolves the supplying of all the are the messages of responsible, dependable is home from a three State) Willie Cain (Town and Fort Riley, Kansas. necessities of life for sixteen nonpro Mall tor the expeditionary rorcea gan FfHncSCOi rresldlo of, San Fran months stay in Iowa merchants whose merchandise must be of ductive cities of a population of 40,1100 will be forwarded by the government 0lsco. Cal. Mrs. J. K Bramlette visited her sister, each and fifty six smaller cities ranging backing. with the alove address, which will be p.ort gtjyjsjBf. Illinois, Miss Minnie Full- nwider. in Brandenall that la required In view of the en- - Vort snelllng,' Minnesota (Exp., Men in population from 3OO to H,o00. Alto gcther more than a million men gather burg last week. v forced policy Of maintaining the ae- rt ed at the various cootonments must; J. C. Payne and K. H. Shtllman were erecy of Itie camp location in France. The pHivnthoBts above denoted may For convenience of our readers In have their daily necessities brought to in Louisville, Wednesday, to attend the the best bargains are offered, but we recommend be filled In by the following schedule: addressing members of the aviation them by the railroads. As it takes at Hankers Association. advertisers in these columns at any time for quality, CONCENTRA- training units we append the follow- least five pounds of food per day for ARMY NATIONAL Miss Mattie Grace Howe, of Lewis- TION CAMPS. ADDRESS AND ing. The address in Its entirety mny each soldier, in addition to the food, port, spent the week end with her sister, price and full value. TR00P8 AT STATION. le modeled on the form given in the clothing, fuel and other supplies that Mrs. Virgil Itrite. lirst purngriiph. Northeastern Department are constantly needed, the lailroads;j Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Westerfield, Fords- Ayer, Mass. AERO TRAINING STATIONS. Camp work cut out for them ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. M Ilrooks Nenr Belleville, III. ; Columbus, have their New HampMaine, Avla. FlrNt Division Massachusetts, ,hlo, Wilbur Wright Field; Dayton, Vermont, last week. shire, later During this time, Ken will sow Ohio; Esslngton, Pa.; Hampton. Va. Rhode Island, Connecticut Mrs. H n Head left Sunday for wheat and cut corn Lnngley's Field; Mlneoln, (L.I.), N. Y. ; Eastern Department Whitesburg, where she will attend the The social meeting of the B. Y. P U. Camp Meade, AiinntKills Junction, Md. Mt. Clemens, Mich.. Selfrldge Field; ' orana unapter ot tne eastern star. was held with Fd Morrison on Friday PennPensacoln, Fla. (P. O., Warrington) ; Division Southern Fourth Russell Walker spent last week Mrs Hea(i is Worihy Matron of Ihe Irv-i- n Bro. Rantoul. III.. Chanute Field; San Anevening. Kveryone present gave a pen sylvania. Hartford. htgtM Chapter tonio, Texas; San Diego, Cal., North Camp Leo. Petersburg, Va. ny for each year they were old. A nice Mrs Forrest Beauchatnp and children, sum was realized Fifth Division New Jersey, Vir- Island. Mrs Jennie Williams, of Cloverport, Punch and cake were ginia, Maryland, Deluwnre, District ARMY BALLOON SCHOOL. was the guest i f htr sLtir, Mrs. Syreua'of Louisville, v sited Mr. and Mrs H J. served Fort Omaha, Nth. (P. O., Tel. nnd jarrctt, Sunday. of Columbia. Krebs last week. Hillard and Willie Biggs, of Louisville Exp., Omaha, Neb.). Camp Dix, Wrlglitxtowu, N. J. Remember I have a line of "Black will arrive Friday to visit their parents W. French, who has been ill, is J. Third Division New York State, Diamond" and Portland cement Wood Mr and Mrs J. B. Biggs, and attend the Northei n Pennsylvania. a Want Ad. Now improving (Master and Lime and I can save Ludlam-Bigg- s wedding. Cnmp Upton, Yapiinnk (L. L), N. Y. Westville, O , a Fiber Mrs. Rachtl Lay, of Second Division - Metropolitan Dis-tri- SQUIRRELS HAVE WAR CROP foimer resident, arrivtd Monday auil you monev. See me before you buy Cole's Hot Blast Heaters maice a big J'. D. Ashcraft of New Vorlc. reduction in your coal bill. See J D. will p.ud the winter here. Department. Southca6tcrn Misses Kstlier and Mary filiza Mel- Ashcraft for further information. When Green Peanuts Were Given Camp (loitlon, OfcaavMse, On. (near Miss Bertie Cordrey, of Cloverport, bourne spent the we.-- end at Garfield Them in Madison They Planted Rev P. H. Ryan, of Shepherdsville, Atlanta. w.is here Tuesday with a nice line of Them. Lewis Bennett Moreinen, who is a stu arrived Saturday to take charge of the Ala- high-pric- ed Oeorgla, Division Seventh hats. dent at Russellvil'e, was at home last Methodist church. Mrs Ryan and chilbainu, Florida. Madison, Wis. The squirrels In the Mr. and Mis. A. H. Crawford and week arranging business affairs for his dren will follow later. Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. capltol park evidently knew It was North necessary to grow a wur crop this baby left Sunday tor Louisville to make father, Dr L I Moreinen, who is in the Sixth Division Tennessee, Cards have arrived announcing the arservice of the U S. A. year. Carolina, South Carolina. Last upring someone gave the tlitir home. rival of a son, James Alviu, at the home Camp Pike. Litlle Back, Ark. squirrels green peanuts not the fine, Mesdames J. T. Jolmsou, John Miles of Mr and Mrs. J. A Seybert, Waterloo, Miss Leota Wegenest left for Kings-woo- d Loui- peanuts they like. Twelfth Division Arkan-ua- , Did last week where she will attend and M. Brooks were in Louisville last Iowa. iniiM, Mississippi. they ent them? Not on your life. week. winter. Rev, and Mrs. J. T. Wade have gone They had been listening to all Unit Kingswood College this You Central Department Members of the Ladies Aid met at the to Princeton to take charge of the M. B. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith left Wedflood of oratory that came from the alt, Mich. OafBf Custer, Battle Oil Tenth Division Michigan. Wlscon open legislative windows ubout the ne- nesday for Milo, Mo , where they will home of Mrs L. D. Bishoff, Tuesday, church. They have been with us four cessity of n large war crop; how peo- spend ten days as guests of Mrs. Smith's and quilted. Bach member took a bas yea s and we regret very much to give Hln. ple might starve for lack of food, and brother, L. L. Hall and family. ket of food. Mrs. Bishoff helped to pre- - them up. PAUL GOMPTON, I'ntnp .Sherman, liilliciflhe, Ohio. pare and serve the dinner. Misses An-- , Eighth Division Ohio, Weat Vir- the like. So they planted those green Roy McCov, of Union Slar WM the Shirley Ramsey and cousin, Hubert peanuta. ginia . Hardinsburg, nie and Blanche Mills, of Guston, Kentucky. , ,) hi8 sister, Mrs. lulius ,11,.., Now Superintendent of Public Prop- Ramsey, who are in training at Camp Dolge, Dm Moines, Iowa. Sippel, Saturday. He was euroute to spent the week end here with preseiu erty M. F. Blumcnfeld Is exhibiting Minnesota, vision Thirteenth Mr. and Mrs A. T Draue entertained Camp Zachary Taylor, Fire, Tornado and all class Dakota, the fine crop of peanuts grown l i the their parents. North Iowa, Nebraska. a number of friends at 6 o'clock dinner, Capitol park from nuts planted by fnt South Dakota. Dr and Mrs. W. B. Taylor motored to Mrs. O. W. Dowell and sons, Clifford es of Insurance. Tuesday. The occasion teing in honor Hodgenville for the week end. They squirrels. Oiuup Taylor, Louisville, Ky. ami Otis, visited relatives and friends of their sons first birthday anniversary. were accompanied home by Miss Lettie Ninth Division liiilinna, Kentucky. in Louisville last week. Camp Fmisloii, Fort Uiley, Kan. QUEEN OF SPAIN AND SON J F Vogel is in Louisville to cousult Sturks and B G. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Matttngly and Fourleenlli Division Kansas, Misa specialist, er, Miss Hazel Garner, of Madrid, were are guests of relative at Kirk. children C L Winn has been quite busy w souri. Oolorudo. A. P. Schindler wants your vote for ing our town for electric lights. visitors in town Saturday. Camp (.'runt, Rockford, III. Miss Ruth Ramsey, who is teaching marshal of Irviogton. Citizens ticket. at Raymond, spent the week end with -i raalk i i rl attn mi nois. Miss Rnth Kincheloe was in Louisville Adv. Southern Department her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alraon Ramlast week shopping. HARDINSBURG Miss Angie Gibson is teacbiug in the Camp Travis, Fori Sain Houston, Tex. sey. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Henning hart Cloverport High School for Prof. J. RalFifteenth .Division Texaa, Arizona, V R. Dodson was the guest Sunday been in Louisville visiting their daughter, New MeKleo. eigh Meador, who is campaigning. Mrs. Morris H. Beard has returned Mrs Preston Philips and son, Mr. Vicof his mother, Mrs Mary Dodson, at Western Department Hot Blast aud Oak Coal Heaters, from a visit to Louisville. Frymire. tor Henning. Camp Lewis, American Lake, Wash. Drum Stoves and Ranges at J. D. Mr. aud Mrs. Paul Compton are at Mrs Nat Taul, of near Hardinsburg, Washington, Slxteeiil h Division Mrs. T.J. Hook went to Louisville to home from a stay at French. Lick Spring Montana, Oregon. Idaho, Wyoming, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Russell see her son, Howard Hook, who belongs The Ladies of the Baptist church held and in Louisville. California, Nevada, Utah. Walker and Rev. Walker. to the 159th Infantry, before his departtheir weekly cake and pie s .le at K B. NATIONAL GUARD CONCENTRAMrs. Ed Dillon was taken to Louss-vill- e ure for Hattiesburg, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Frank IMl tvtu, Mrs. McGlothlan's store, Saturday TION CAMP8 AODRE6S AND last Thursday and was operated ou Nannie Hook and daughter, Miss Alene, TROOPS AT STATION. Mrs. Jennie Barton has returned to htr Miss Annie Jennings has accepted a at St. Mary and St. Elizabeth's hospital, and Miss Linnie Walls motored from Camp Beauregard, Alexandria, La. Friday morning for appendicitis and gall home in Marion after an extended visit Hardinsburg Sunday, spending the day position iu Louisville. Eighteenth Division Louisiana, Mishere. Mrs L. O. Bishoff was in Louisville, stones with Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Dix. sissippi, Arkansas. Mist Addit K. liskridge, of HodgenRev M. L. Dyer came up from CloverMiss Yates, ot Chenault, and Albert Wednesday. Camp McOlellan, Anniston, Ala. were guests of VirBugene Nolan returned to Louisville port last Tuesday and preached the fune- ville, was the guett of her mother last Eighth Division New Jersey, Hardesty, of Oklahoma, ginia, Maryland, Delaware, District Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dutschke Tuesday. Sunday, atter a week's visit with Bdward ral of Mr. Roscoe Bskrhlge, a respected Saturday. of Columbia. citizen who had bee u 'para li zed for some Mrs. (J urtney Babbagt, of Louisville W. C. Ci enault left Surd" for Iry. Morrison. Camp Hancock, Augusta, Oa. has returned to htr home afttr a visit Mesdames J. M Rollins, of Union Star time. ington. Seventh Division Pennsylvania. Mrs. Nannie Hook and daughter, Miss to relatives hers. Prof. H A. Ater, Mrs. Ater and chil- Bernard Lewis, of Amnions; Prof, and Camp Orcen, Charlotte, N. O. t, Alliene Hoo', have returned from a visit The Hodganvllle Basket ball team Mrs. O. B. Ferguson and baby Mrs. Arthur Ater aud children, of dren, BS38HR Fifth Dl vision Maine, New Hamp, attended the Ater Ashcraft to Mr and Mrs. J. O. Hook in Cairo, played the B. C. H. S., team her Sattended and Miss Henrietta Shively shire, Vermont, Massachusetts, ConIU. .. urday. The score was 6 10 in favor o! wedding at Irving-to- n wedding, Sunday. necticut, Rhode Island. Queen Victoria of Spain hua been the. Ashcraft-Ate- r CampOody, Dealing, N. M. Miss Mary Frankliu Beard has return- the visiting tsam. spending a greut deal of time at the Mrs. Nora Board has been made TickSuudav. Division Minnesota, summer retort of Sardlnero with her Thirteenth Hubert Lyon having been ed from a visit in Louisville. Miss Jennie Warfleld has returned to Harry Kemp, who has been in Cali- et Agent Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, children, who, like all youngsters of Mr, and Mrs. M. I). Beard are at home her home in Cloverport afttr a visit to fornia aud Texas, came Friday to visit called to Cauip Zachary Taylor. South Dakota. their age, heartily enjoyed the opporMr and Mrs Dick Bandy will leave from a visit to Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Mrs. H. M. Beard and Mr. Beard. jOamp Sevier, Greenville, H. Ok tunity to romp on the sands, wado bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kemp. ( The following motored to Louisville Miss Eva B.tsham went to Louisville this week for Redfield, Iowa, where they Robertson ill Louisville. Ninth Division Tennessee, North and swlra In the water. The photo Carolina. Mr. Albot from the Union National latt Friday; Rev. J. F. Norman, Mr. shows her with one of her sons, little last week to take a special course of will reside Camp Shelby, Hattlesburg. Miss. Prince Gonzulo, on the sands. The study at the Spencerian Business ColJess Gardner will soon leave for Flori- Bank in Louisville, has accepted a pos- John Akars, Misses Margaret Sneeran Seventeenth Division Indiana, Ken- young prluce is dressed ready for a lege. ition with the Bauk of Hardinsburg and Florence Aksrs, Margaret O'Reilly and da for the benefit of his health. tucky. dip. This photo la tbt most recent He with his family will live Agnes Jarboe. Miss Tula Lockard has been visiting Trust Co Mrs. W. B Gardner left Sunday fcr 'Camp l .oca 1, Houston, Tex, tuken of the queen and has just arin Dr. W. A. Walker's property. Miss Ruth Chambliss of Cloverport, at Custer. rived in this country. The king of Whitesburg to attend the Grand Chap- Mrs. Sam Kasey, Twelfth Divisio- n- Illinois. of was tbt wsek and guest of htr mothtr. Mr. Wave Lewis and daughters, Spain is often mentioned at a possi- ter of U K. S. Ken Bandy was at the traiu, Saturday, Camp Wheeler, Macon, Oa. Messrs Harold Smith and Lawrenee ble peace maker. Tenth Dl vision Georgia, W. J. Schopp, Dr. G. E. Shiyely. Dr. iu readiness to answer the call to Camp Holgate, Ohio, are the guests of his par Keun, oMJai field made their usual trio Florida. O. B. Ferguson, Sam H. Dix and Zachary Taylor wheu he was notified he ents Mr. ami Mrs. T. C. Lewis. Camp Kearney, Linda Vista, OaL Subscribe For The News Cleveland Hamilton attended a special would not have to go until two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Pal Garner and dauglit- - to town, Sunday. , -- States. ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits How To Decide Where and When To Buy It A glance through the advertising , The question three of where to buy is worthy They their And the best time to buy is when the I STEPHENSPORT J j Have You Housed Your Trv Nwt Tobacco? (i k We can carry the risk on this product for you at small cost. Can Afford d To? leffer-souvilla- ,,., ll . 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