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The Breckenridge news: October 24, 1917 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 brc1917102401_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: October 24, 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. ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $1.50 a Year: 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. 8 Pages No. 17 VOL. XLII LITTLE INTEREST IN CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1917. HONOR Of ROLL (SELECTION the Cloverport Boys Who Are In the Service of the United States National Army and Navy. Co. C. Camp Present Way or Candidate For There Are Three Candidates For Police Judge Two Council Tickets. Very little, if any, interest is being taken in the election of the city officers for Mayor and Police Judge and members of the Council. Possibly the candidates believe in personal work and have. been doing most of their canvass ing in that way, for they have made very little demonstration of their enthusiasm in a public manner. Because of the fact that a number of the citizens are employed by the rail road and are officers of the Cloverport Light and Ice Co , they are not eligible to hold a public office, therefore the responsibility rests upon a faithful few. On the ticket for etection of city officers this year are these men: C. W. Hamman, the present mayor, who has on his ticket for Councilmen, Leon Barney Squires, Tom Bohler, Allen Black, Jarae.; W. Lewis and Ed Whitehead. Mayor Hamman's opponent is John A. Barry, who has on his ticket for Councilmen, H. L. Stader, Ernest Wedding, J. H. Brown, Fletcher Pauley, Jess Bohler and Peyton Scott. Candidates for Police Judge are: V. G. Babbage, Chrs Brabandt and John Dean. The welfare and growth of a town rests largely upon the city officers to have an ideal town. Voters must elect the best men and it is time to get busy. The United States Government Food Administrator Says: "Baking Powder Breads of corn and other coarse flours are recommended" Capt. Fred E. Adams Zchary Taylor. M Infantry Herman Lewis Hernard Lewis Murriel Morrison France Fred D. Pierce, U. S S. Vaterland Ft. Logan, Little Rock, Ark. Battery; P.. 5th Field Artillery First Snow of the Season. Mr. Winter Is putting In hie appearances good nd early this year and if ix he continues through the next month like he has started out, Mr. Coal Man and Mr. Gas Man may ex- 9t' Regiment Radio; Harvard University, Mass. Co. F ; 2flth Infantry, V. S A. Sgt. Moorman Willis American Expeditionary Force; France. Co D; 2nd Infantry Hernard Carter Honolulu, II. T. 21th Infantry Lieut. William B. White Nogales, Ariz Co. O.) 63rd Infantry Corp. Dan. E. McGavock Presidio Camp; San Francisco, Calif. Co. H.; 6)th Infantry; 17. S. Band Owen Berry Gettysburg, I'enn. Co. F I38U1 Infantry Frank Blake Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Miss. Ft. McPherson, Ga. Harrison Blake Co. F; 336th Infantry Sterrett Ashby Camp Zachary Taylor Co. M ; 336th Infantry Earl Beaviu Camp Zachary Taylor Sherman Gibson ...Co. M; 336th Infantry Camp Zachary Taylor Horace Tucker Headquarters Co.; 336th Infantry Camp Zachary Taylor Co M; 336th Infantry Donard Smith Camp Zachary Taylor Mike Tucker Co. M; 336th Infantry Camp Zachary Taylor Bernard K. Morrison Co. F; Hnginemen Corps Camp Zachary Taylor Co. M; 336th Infantry J Floyd Carter Camp Zachary Taylor Co. M; 336th Infantry William LeRoy Tate Camp Zachary Taylor Joseph P. Jarboe Co. M; 336th Infantry Camp Zachary Taylor Co. M; 336th Infantry Oscar Finley Dawson Camp Zachary Taylor ; ROYAL POWDER ABSOLUTELY PURE l'j CORN MEAL MUFFINS ?i cup corn meal I1 cups flour BAKING NUT BREAD Makes delicious muffins, cakes and coarse flour breads y teaspoon salt 1 4 level teaspoons Bojftl Baking Powdef 5 tablespoons lurar t cup milk tablespoons shortening tins Kir thoroughly dry InrrsdUnts; add milk and melted shortening and beat wH. Bake in fT eased muffln In hot oven about SO minutes. 1 caps graham tour ( level teaipoons Royal Baktnf Powder taaipoona lalt 1U cupi milk and waUr Vi cup sugar or corn trrap I cap chopped auto (sot too 4n) of 1 cflP ralilna, waahed and floured Iflx torothtf Jonr, baking powdor and lalt add milk and water, sncar or corn syrup and nutmaata or ralilna. Put Into rreaied loaf pan, allow to atand) Bako In moderate oven 10 mlnntoa In warm place. mlautaa, 40 to i Oar rod, white and blue booklet, "Beet War Tint Recipee" containing additional timilar red pet. tent trem on roqut, Addreu Royal Baking Powder Company, Dept. H, 135 William Street, New York pect another prosperous season. The flrst snow of the ssason fell Monday night about twelve o'clock and lasted nearly two hours, melting as fast as it came in contact with mother earth. Snow flurries were in th air for a short while Tuesday morning. Mrs. Mattingly Entertains. On Saturday afternoon of last week Mrs. Frank Mattingly gave a beautiful oartv at her home. The Castle in honor of her house guest, Mrs J T. McDona d Members of the Wedof Princeton, Ky nesday Club and a few visitors were invited to meet the guest of honor. Oct. 26, Mrs. Thursday afternoon, Mattingly will be hostess to the Ladies Reading Club. November 15. The hunting season will soon open with prospects for good sport very bright. Quail and rabbits seem to be unusually plentiful, while it is no trouble to find squirrels. Ducks are beginning to come in. Several coons and 'possoms have been captured by local sportsmen who love to prowl at night and listen to old Rowdy and old Barney when they bark "treed." housekeepers were busy Saturday getNEARLY ting out their old standby, the coal oil PYTHIANS HOLD lamp, but they wete not needed long, for the light came on about 7 o'clock EOR SUBSCRIBED 3 DAYS SESSION that evening. This is the first time the Cloverport Light Company, which was established three years ago, has ever had any serious trouble with the In Lexington. Grand Chancellor, LIBERTY BONDS power plant and the citizens have been Lucien Davis, of Hopkinsville, so accustomed to good service lhat it In Breckinridge seemed difficult to do without lights County. Bank Opens Meeting. even for a few hours. Of Hardinsburg And Trust (.rand Chancellor I,ucieti Davis arVisitors From The County. Company Have Sold the Largrived last night from Hopkinsville to Sheriff A. T. Beard and Mrs. Beard, begin work for the forty- - ninth annual est Amount. Hardinsburg and Mrs. Josa Moorman, convention of the Grand Lodge, Knights Glen Dhd motored here Tuesday and of Pythias, of which he is head this year. The Treasury Department of th ware guests of Mrs. Moorman's uncle, I'ast Sudreme Chancellor W. W CarUnited States has issued a statement Co M; 336th Infantry Mr. A R. Fisher and Mr. Fishar for penter, of Henderson, also arrived yesPatrick Hinton that there is an undue optimism over Camp Zachary Taylor the day. Mrs. Taylor Beard, Hardins-bur- terday. The large number of delegates the sale of Liberty Bonds and it should Floyd E. Hinton cam with the party and spent from over the States are expected to beCo M; 336th Infantry be discouragee so that the American Camp Zachary Taylor the day with Mrs. James Cordrey. gin coming in tonight and hy tomorrow peopl will not caase to do their bit in Chris Logsdon morning several hundred Knights will subscribing for the Bonds. Thus far Sunday To Be Day Of Prayer. lie here for the opening scission The only 40 per cent or $'000,000,000 of the Camp Zachary Taylor convention will contiutie three days- - be- hoped for maximum has been reached Washington, Oct. 21 President ginning Tuesday morning. the electric lights went out and folks and during this week including WedCity in Darkness. Tomorrow morning at 9:110 o'clock, the nesday as a Liberty Bond Day and a had to retire by candle light. Part of Wilson today proclaimed Sunday October 28 the day of prayer for the suc- first session will he called to order hy holiday it is hoped the total amount of Black as Egypt" truly expressed the ,ne dynamo at the powex house burned cess of American arms in the war in Chancellor Davis. The ceremonies will $30,000,000,000 will be reached. state of affairs in this city Friday night out and it was first thought it could not ccordanca with a recent resolution of be public. Mayor James C. Rogers will Hreckinridge county has had a share I be at nine o'clock, when so unexpectedly repaired for several days, so the Congress. make a welcome address and (.rand Vice and has don iuite a bit in the way of Chancellor Hubrey Harbour, of (Newport, purchasing Liberty Bonds but there Is will respond in behalf of the ('.rand tim left to do more. Mr. Paul Comp-toLodge. cashier of th Bank of HardinsA feature of the program will be a burg & Trust Co,, and chairman of the recitation, "The Woman Who Wanted Liberty Loan campaign in Breckinto he a K. of I " ridge couuty reported Tuesday that The grand lodge in the latter part of nearly f.)U,0(H) had been subscrided in the uiortiing will go into executive ses- this county. $20,000 of this amount sion, it is p'anned, to confer the grand was subscribed for and sold by the lodge rank upon the new past chancelBank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co., lors who are representatives. The as- tu.ls" by the Breckinridge Bank of signment of the grand lodge officers Cloverport aud $4,0.'a3 by th First reports to the pioper committees will be State Dank, Irvington, Ky. This makYou may not be able to go to the front, but you can assist with your saving not only in the last matter of business before es a total of $39,200 and some banks the successful prosecution of the war in which we are engaged, but aid yourself through acquirhave not reported jet The entire bodv of delegates tn the ing the habit of thrift. We have made it possible for everyone who can suve $2.00 each two allernoou will visit the Pytliuui Home on Mr. Paul Compton, the cashier ot this week to purchase a $50.00 United States Bond. the Harrodslmrg road. Superintendent bank, whs the host. This method of purchase has been made as simple as possible. M. (leorge Moore bar arranged a special Saturday morning was a business entertainment program to be given by session. Mr. L. L. Hudson was elected IS THE PLAN: THIS the children. Lexington Herald president; and Mr. J. C. Steele, 40.000 g n, Help Win the War! Buy a Liberty Bond on the Installment Plan First payment on or before r of each vice-presid- Nov. 15, 1917 $ 2.00 Twenty-fou- Rev. Lewis Receives Appointment. Rev. Frank E. Lewis, a former pat-to- r of the Cloverport Methodist Church was here Monday evening tnroute to Columbia, Ky. He has been appointed by Bishop Murrab at a professor of Greek and Latin to teach in Columbia College, tueceading proffasior who was called in the first draft. payments on or before the 1st and 15th day . . month up to and including Nov. 15, 1918. Interest at 4 per cent per annum allowed purchaser by the Bank 145 48.00 1 TEACHERS .00 Of ATTEND ASSOCIATION Fourth randenburg $51.00 For which we deliver to the subscriber a $50.00 Bond having attached a coupon for $1.00 payable the day the last pay in- nt on the contract is due Nov. 15th, 1918. Upon application the bank will issue to the subscriber a contract card bearing the name and address of the purchaser, upon which receipt for payments will be given. The first payment will be $2 00. Payments of $2.00 are then due each fifteen days thereafter. Twenty-livpayments being required to buy a bond. Bonds of larger denominations may be purchased under the same plan. The receipt card Ueued when tbe first payment is made must be presented with each subsequent payment. Under this plan interest iscarned by the subscriber at the same rate the bonds bear 4 per cent per annum being allowed by the bank on installments. Tbe Bank makes no protit whatever on tbe transaction. Upon completion of payments and surrender of contract the bond becomes tbe property of the pu ivlm-cIn the event of default in promptly making any payment as ajreed the holder of the card shall not be entitled to receive tbe bond subscribed for, but shall be entitled to receive without interest all money actually paid on the subscription. - The next meeting will be held in Klizabethtown. There were one hundred and lorty five teachers enrolled. Meade county won the banner. This is the fourth year they have won the Congressional District-B- banner. Won Ban Former Champion Dead. Robert Ritzsimmons, one time champion pugelist of the world, died Sunday in a Chicago hospital of pneumonia. He was ill only about five days. He was one of the most popular men that ever entered the fistic arena. ner For Fourth Time Reception Given by Boosters Club. Hardinsburg, Oct. ht-l- e Little Boy Dies. William Frlel, five year old ton of Mr. and Mr. William Friel died after a short illness of puenmonla at hit horn in Plato Center, III. Tne remains wire brought her Saturday for burial in th Catholic cmtery. of Mr. The child was a grand-soand Mrs. John Ryan of thit city. n Ul. (Special). r. Rev. Reeves R. E. Holding Revival. i the Rv. Cloverport and Irvlogton Prssbyteriau church i conducting a ri of reviat Round Pond church val cervie Which la near Frauklio, Ky. Dr. J. L. Cotton of the Loulsvill Pibyurlun Seminary will till Rv. appointment in Irvlngtoo, Sun of Reeve, pattor ' The Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Hardinsburg, Ky. Ric ej. Kducational The Fourth Congressional Association was here Friday und Saturday. The meeting was culled to order by the president, L. H. l'uwell, tupermteudent of Meade county, Friday afternoon at t:8o o'clock. The following the speakers Friday afternoon: Messrs. J. C. Prtle, L. H. Powell, L L. Hudson, J. W. Trent, Claude Shullz, Kufus McCoy, Mrs. I'. H i Urtgory aud Miss Lottie Mc Clure. Friday evening at the M. E. Church, South, a musical program was rendered by home talent, utter which a lecture was delivered by secretary of Louisville Y M. C. A , Hon. K. C Woosley His subject was "The CJucst of the Best." Tins was very fin. The Booster Club gave a reception in &Tiusl Co. the Bauk of HuUiu.-buiwt.-r- e Mr. Business Man! not make your appeal' patronage through the With columns of this newspaper? it carries its message every issue for into the homes of all the best people of Fuui punch and waters wire Don't this community. for flocking to blame the people the store of your competitor. Tell them what you have to sell and if your prices are right you can get eivcd. the businewe"""" It You Wtnl icJ QrnHty, Wcuracj and St r 613 Fourth Avenue The Ball Optical Co. ROBT. J. BALL .SETTER HAVB US MAKE YOUR QLASSBS We Are Manufacturers. 'Ask Any Oculist" Louisville, Ky. LOUISVILLE BRANCH. FOOD IN PLEDGE IMPORTANT WAR, SAYS FACTOR RAILROADS' WAR BOARD WWW SACKETT I ederal Food Administrator for Kentucky Explains Reasons for Card Campaign Next Week Hip D iiik i Housekeeper of Kentucky: URING tbe weel beginning Sun. lay. October Mth, a campaign win Ih condtu led in all parts of the ' Ited I :i I f r al" nature for ttta Pood Cnnaervntloa PMge aranarad by Mr, HertMft C Hoover. tM NatloMl Pood Administrator. fnv will in- mads anr- be wi't k in qnaitlon by Uia patriotic women "ho have joined tbf organ iaatloa ol tha Kooil OonMorrsMos Dhrlstoa ol the Ooua ii oi Dafeaaa in sst h oun-t- y hi tha statu, and tha objact of tins iddraaa of tba rad al Pood i Intra tor Ail lor Kentucky is to explain exactly arhal will be ,1 1 ol 'lie ii ibc bouaehoeiM ai-- ' Mate oi Kentneky, why H li SOI I'd BB what BM) bi .d lot our country am oiir- in- I I The railroads of His countr report 1st tha asanas of uxHMI ti for freight car orders from shippe-over and above the idle cats at differ SBt point number ; WD. Thi lathe ligure which h is been commonly but inaccurately referred to as car short-ag- a This compares with the SSCCSS of unfilled car requisitions smnMunt-lolo "7 oHi on July 1st. 3,'"75 Aug-- I , and 84,603 01 September 1st. TM actual Dumber Bf unfilled car orders 011 0, tobcr 1st wan almost identical allh th number on October 1st last ye' the tigurea being 97,57'J for tct. ,'lt). 101(1 ifMI and 1I7.H.V1 for inIference in the excess of unfilled orders over d e cats for tho two yeais An Open Letter GOLDEN RULE STORE Men's Clothing, Ladies' Telephone No. 67. Ready-to-Wea- that on Oct. s r, Dry Goods, Groceries K. (i. Hailes, Manager I Is-- Cloverport, Ky. TO THE PUBLIC:- - , S.t. i l .' v . wish lo say at the outlet thai tha campaign la city wWo. slate wide an'l nation wi da No Mctariaa or denomii a ionai line, ira iuvdU imI Tha ca :a, i.i;n ia sadoraed by tha Inrgy men of ( all the chrchjM ol tha atal i, by our lauding STofaasionsI and bMtaeaa nien, by all who undnr. Intportanca oi load .taint iii UOWaar tallOW as a factor in the war. Form of "ledge. It is In si to Mate mm tljr vhat kad ky tha canvasser hi ha ol i of the booaekeepera They arlll be aaked, Brat, lo aiKii the Pled 3a Card 01 the F. M. Sackett. United States Ko d Mmln'atnv inn. What does lhal Card bind tht Iiouaekeeper to? Here it is, so all may indue tor themaalve win-iiiii: elre. 4??. f To the Food Administ ator: am fjlid to ioir you in the service of food conservation for cur nation, and hereby accept men'berrhip In the United States Food Administrate n, r;:c'f to tarry out the directions r'd advice of the Food AdffllnlatratSf in my home, insofar as my circumstance permit. I I l .' accountttl for by the fact that on pa mbcr JO, l!ifl as many aa 34.I07 cars were idie, whereas on October 1, ltd'! Mil) IM wore reiortctl as idle, bus indicating a mDre efficient use of in available sgjnipmaat on the part of the rallroade, Kcturua to the Kail-- r i.nl' War Board show that IBS actual Dumber of cars and locomotive now in service on American rai, roads is only - iyh'ly in excess of the number at this tiim last year. The War Hoard on Oct. MH1 had been in existence exactly six months and the riturna just at hand show that during that period the railroads of the country have rer dned upwards of a per cent more service than they tiid during the same period last year with practically the same plant. The outstrndirg fe.ituie of th present situation is the degree to. which the wholcheart railroad arc edly with line another and with the Railroads' War Hoard in the effort to o' mince a truxium of transportation Mclroey, A the demands upcu tbe railroad incident to tha war arc apt to increase the need for the utmost cooperation on the part ol all eOBCOrncd Will become increasingly greater. is Si I In the past two months our business has made gUOtl an increase that we have decided to remain in Clover-pa- rt for an indefinite time. Our business is growing 3teadily because our prices on Good Merchandise are extraordinary low. We are opening this Fall with an incomparable Clothing, Furnishings, Ladies's Shoes, Dry Goods and Groceries. Ihese are our principle line3. Also we are in a position to obtain for you, on short notice, any article we do not carry in stock, such as Stoves, Rugs, Carpets, House Furniture, etc. We are going to handle a select line of merchandise--th- e best that can be obtained for the money. line of Men'3 Ready-to-'Afe- ar, We handle Visman's meats and lards, Golden Crown and Cadick's Gold Dust Flour--non- e better. We are making a specialty of Cadick's Ship Stuff and Mixed Feed. Get our prices before going elsewhere. Our sales people will be pleased to show you through our various departments whether you are ready to buy or not. Thanking you for your past patronage and soliciting your future trade, we are Respectfully yours, GOLDEN RULE STORE, E. G. P. S. we Bailes, Manager This is the pled :e and the entire pledge. There are no dues ol mom lerabip, Signer will then he aakd to hang i the front windows of their lone card bearing tha shield nf tha Unit ii B'.atea la colors sttftfag he lact that they are BS ember of tba OTgai ration. i Try a "Want Ad." GARFIELD. pay highest prices for all kinds of Produce . What the Pledge Means. words in rt prarrt to the pie, Iff- - it Wise. W think, lo say u It ctl thai signer' no less than it reads. It v. ill he ob- means no m o B a d Hie pied, a .ii' i. oi aaked to bind them Mlvea to any particular things, They are not aal ed at tbl time to prom , ia observe meatless du; s or They ilnspiy agree to lo ah lain from i Ittg any particular kind ii food. of the Ceo I Administrator "insofar as any MM tha 'In " lion and ad in dif- their circnniHtani s parmH." W are aware lhal condition dll fere n I hoeeea; thai whsl i osdj a sacrinca to one may, under anuansl II HI Mis Shaw, Lodihorg isvisitirg relative here. M's Aums Wcod was in Hardlntburg Monday having dental ur done. Henry Htsham and Mrs Alva Basmi nl to Camp Taylor last week to see Mr. Alva BssbSga, who is at mp Ta lor B, Richardson were air, and Mis Uouisville Thuredsy E.,ti: Davis, Woodrow left for fill noi - Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kennedy were i il it I 11 DR. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... ualifyln to nnotiii r. Thurelorc the cumatancaa. ba an Impoi clause "Inaofar a my circumatancoa permit" aprmtfi In tba pledge. This qualifying clause bring tha sMcutlon of the Pood AdminJatra tor' ad rice down to the Individual MMsctcnca of the botMakoepaf wbi this tiuallftcul n Ibi in. tha pledge, it is not expected thai he a use of and belief that tint. it is, in fact, our hope pledge will no as nothing units In a great army of who sign thi pledge will consider lbeme!t e their country ami tin in American hoauok ipon who propose to sal V en by followil ' as closely as BM he pons lie that dire lions and a.l.'.c oi the Pood Adminiatrator, knowing as ire o that tboea direction will lie reason. ihlc. ii seems hardly aocesaary tor us i.ere ai tin to contradict the foolish plan nf the Pood Adminlsllinois thai have oeen circulated thai ii is I N'ii such thinn was ever nation to eelae lood found in private home contemplated an will not he contemplated Such a report is enem propaganda purposely rtanlgaad to dofoal the abject of this K'eal coiiaer- ration uio un lit Importance of the Work. ' , , i I i DENTIST nffioa U din-ne- nitre 8 t V. H. A guests of their daughter, lease Biuner oue day last week. Mis. H Mr, - p. m. to I p. in. ways in oflire during t flice hours Irtington, Ky. thai we ran adtl little lo what baa already been said by the trealdoat, b) Ur. Hoover, and by other qualified to apeak on such inb- jt'il in regard to the importance ol n.od cous nation during tne cominx speaking to BOUBekeepev, i wish to say win1 i ami yet, a a housekeeper, nus worn aim aeiiara inai ine thai we iiiniet'sianii tne imponauce ikeept r. of tba atate will understand it. hi in a gieut war. O r sons are c lug out to she. (lur iieiiio is These brave boy arc willing to ii Becesaary, then lives for our country. mal e If necessary, tba supreme laerifma, lhal ABMiican ideals may audure, lhat American home may be kept safe from the invader. All of U have work lo do Bl Ibis time and the work that ma he done in the Individual home of imeric in avoiding waste and saving food may prove not the lease effective move in winning the war, KOBtack) sues into the present winter ill some ways well prepared. ICmatoymenl is genaral, but prlees are very high. The less that is wasted in the sverage Household Hie less will have to be bought The prices of loodatnaTa uRer an tndneomenl to prndence, but unless thars is orgaaisa- the food that is saved in one home will be wasled ttoa and in another. Real Emergency Exist. We I ! , i The men who are patriotically working In Washington for the country and in charge of this mobilisation movement of our food know lhat a real exigency exiatl Tha l!iiu harvest left u no surplus The 1!H7 harvest an be used for ourselves, for on the food thai is in ami ihc can COO III" allied nation and lor our lie li ai the lighting front. They know that In tha waste of food continues in America, if the if the same prodigality hospitality ami lavish use i maintained in our own homes, name boutt there will not he luBlclenl available tamalntaln tha armlai ubo ,,iu battle on I be waatara Irani of Ruropa, Thai do know, however, thai II there bogiaa at once a concerted movement in all American homes to eliminate a unnecessary waste, a movement lo Follow the ad vie of the Pood Administrator for the mbeti-- i which we an short, thai tha cumulative Mm oi some loods tor oiher.-effect oi ih ii movement, covering throughout the country 11,060,000 American home., will provide during tha eogslug winter tha food thai will be neccsaarj lor us to export, in order iii keep the civilian population of Prance ami Knglnnd lupplied, Hie armies upon the bat Ha Ims and the wonderful arm) now being prepared by the Ualtad State, in their best Bghtlag condition it la a re ii ainergsnc) in w hich thay appeal to us, an nkarganey which this all lo the women of ran be im in no otttSI najf, and thS) are Amenta to look upon this mallei in all seriousness and lo he assured that the sacrifices thay will niaka during ibis coming winter will provide the pah i, aa Presldenl of tha United State has said is one of the three to great ale it at ceaaary to srlaniag tbe war. .No suggestions will bo issued lint ate not felt by those In authority io he extremely necessary, but they do hope that the people of America bit will li sp., mi to these suggestion uh patriots determined to do tiu-ifor the BUSS of civilization throughout the world and the maintenance of P. hi, SACKETT, democracy Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky. 111 1 H i r tlridge, Miss LtOttiS WhitMis I '. F. Handy were call-e.- j 10 Louiavlll last week to be at the side of then mother, Mrs. levia who is seriously ill. Cm HswSgah Mi. and Mrs Po QrBy, Custer were fcK guests ol Mr. and Mis. Jim Gray last LJ&? aB si week Congratulation are being received on 01 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Couipton t ie b rth of a baby girl, Si va ompton Oct. IN. J II. Harrison, Irve and Willie Compton ar.il John Frank were in Houisville last week. Mrs. Jim Hruner spent Wednesday with Mrs. Coia I'riest. Master Heuninger Pile, the young A REAL SYMPHONY. D uitry man accoiupained his father to Cnfiuid and was the plesant guest of This Is a study in browns. Tlu- severely tailored suit Is suufT Miss Mary A. Harncd gotnSSM Mi and Mrs. KobJt Bell visited Mr. Cubt nline, the luxuriant stole while the beautiful Una of the turluin 1) 11 Smith at llenslev last I and Mis attained by brown velvet over a week. I reliable fat) us3. lirowu Is n Mr In tunny shades Sell Hobbs is ei y ill. A 01 a nu Monthly and Annual Report Cards for , I COUNTRY SCHOOLS a few hundred and attractive monthly, and annual reneat port cards, that are. designed to meet the requirements of the rural schools of Breckinridge county, and are, according to the teachers who are using them, complete in every way. We are selling these cards to the teachers at lc each, and, as hardly any school will need over 50 or 60 of them the cost is small compared with the time it usually takes to rill out the old style card. Send your orders direct to this office with Purchaser to pay postage. you remittance. The News has just printed -- baud-Hom- 11 1 color-brow- Try our "Want Ads." Mrs. William White Dies of Tubercolsis. Decatur, William White, aged twenty--i- x years died at her home in the ICast Bad, Saturday morning alter a lingering illness of tubtico si. Th funeral was held Sunday after aeon at the St- Kong Catholic church, arvlcci conducted by Rev. Father Henry. The rmaiiis wre interred in the Cloverport cemetery. Mrs. White was before her marriage Mrs BIG SPRING Lewis P, Clatksou left last week for III Dean Taylor arrived last wek from THE BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPORT, KY. NEWS, ) Try Us for Job Printing N ment at Constaiitine Sunday. W. H Uraue, Uraudanburg was here Mrs. Ktllar, hft. Carmel, rid. wa last Monday looking alter Ins propei ty the week end guest of her sister, Mrs. C. 1! Witt Will Hewley will move in it shortly. Corporal Herman Wilt, Camp Taylor twenty puu'-dsli. S. Claikson want to Richmond, had gained Miss. Myrtle Whorley, daughter of Mrs was the week end guest of his brother. B. s. OiarhaM spent naeeral aajs Va.. last wet k on business. Fioience Whorley Wcatlnrholt. She Dr. C. B. Witt attended the tirand Dr. Witt. haie last week looking after his (aim. WgS born at llites Run, Ky, beside Masons of Kentucky last Ivy T. Ulankenship, t'liapt' Mr. and Mrs. her iiuthai the ia survived by her bus Card of Thanks. Inil , spent last week week Hand and a little sou, PsIasUBB White, New Richmond, rs and two brothers and an with his parents, Mr. and Mr. Jo lour list' Jnhn Witt's home was destroyed by Th family of th late Mr. William Ulankanship and sitter, Mrs. Frank lira last Monday. It was insured for Wbite desire to aunt, Miss Lizzie liluke of tbia city. thank their friend Iii f and Mr. Ililf. S400. Mrs. Witt and baby have gone to for th kindness shown them in their Subscribe for The News Krank Hilf, Kd Couipton, JimSipe her mother's, Mrs. Scott, Stith Valley. recent sorrow. , Columbu. 1. Mr. and Mrs Taylor and children will go to Looisana wheie to Mr. Taylor has been tiaiislcrcd southern territory. Mr. and Mrs. C. C Martin, Misses hfabis Trent, Mary Kleanor Scott and Schyler Martin visited Camp Zachary Tavlor last Wednesday. Saw Snlby Uert he said b was well pleased and and Owen Amons motored to Louisville Rev. E P, Deacon filled his appoint- Saturday. $550 ALLOTED THIS A TEXAS WONDER. Thp Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, COUNTY FOR Y. M. C. A. cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and Irregulnrltles of the kidneys and bladder In both men and troubles War Work Fund. Kentucky's women. Hegulatrs bladderyour drugIn children. If not sold by gist, will be sent by mall on receipt Share is $400,000. Confer- of f .00. One small bottle Is two ence Workers Will Meet in months' treatment, and seldom falls to perfect n rure. Send for sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, Olive Owensboro October 30. Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by At a meeting of V. M C. A MCtttorltl ill I.onisv ille km cull), which was lii-plmis were made where: y the IfOBOTS Hardin cunty were to Ml community which is this state's share (if the tjS.OOO buy lug st ck last wee';. M, Itucklcr ooo, will he raised fur Y M C A. war J Mi s and daughter, work over the country Ftcie l.ampton RlotOrtd to l.citchficld The state has been divided into twenty last week districts and the quo a divided MMBfj Jim Moorman, l.eitchlic'd w is through I.ouisville has pkdgtd here last wee; buving lobttCCO Several these districts. itse'f to raise $200,000 of the tVf(M,MI to sold for 01 00 per hundred. be raised in the state. Several from here attended the Stone-- l The anunonnt set for this district is . inaway wedding last Sunday. I9,(i75. Of this atnnionnt Daviess county Mr. and Mrs. J II Itiickler and Mr. McLean, $1 ,1)01); Ohio. will raise 4 ."s0; Hincock. and Mrs. Sam Tuttle went to llanlinsBreckinridge, 11,200; burg to attend the trial of Jeff llasham $500; and Mulenberg, $J,I7S. and Dick Garner. A conference of district workers will 1 .; J Ora Lee 1'hilpott, of Guslon, was the guest of Miss Uuili Kamsey, Friday Several from here attended church at 1' ivn.iville. Sunday Miss Nannie C BjrcOMtl and brother, Rov, spent Saturday night and Suihl.iv at Pit lor K no: t's Tl'etc will be Lie Supper at the I iv motel Rchool House. Friday night, Oct. 6 Pven h "I y inviteil ,1 Moorman Ditto for County Attorney I STEIUiENSPORT Mr and Mrs A. L Lewis motored lo Hardinsburg last Monday. W J. Schopp was in Louisville week attending Grind ldg ' lait for Harry Kemp Louisville. Dr. G left last was in week E Sliively Iwensboro Friday Mri Minor I'ierce was Ikt guest of relatives at Holt Monday. Mr and Mrs H. A. Shellmin wm guests Sjndny of Mr. and Mrs G W Payne, Clovcrport. Mrs Eugene Conner returned fram Laaisvillc Friday. Miss Marion lY,x entertained the young folks Tuesday evening. Mrs Kflfie Robbinson and baby after a two weeks visit with relatives rttorn-eto Her home at Sample Saturday. Mrs. 0. W. Donell ard sons, Clifford and Otis Walton left Wedne day for Hillsboro, Ti xas to visit her parents, Mr. J. mer ford and Mrs. Clifford Moorman. IJ. Crew ford having spent the sum with his mother, Mrs A II Crawhas returned to bis home in New will be held in Owensboro on October at which plans tor the Wfilgl will It is expected that the be taken up campaign will be started shortly after this date. The new fund being raised by the V. Hi C. A. will be used to carry on and extend the present splendid work being done in the army camps in this country and Prance. The movement of large bodies of troops to France is greatly increasing the work of the V M C A. and the original sum of 3,000,(rtK) raised for social and recreational work for the benefit of the holders is proving entirely inadequate for the vast work being done 3O, RAYMOND NEWS Mr. and Mrs J W. Claycomh and cbi dreu, Rufus and Oletta, were guests of Mr and Mrs. I.oniiie I'ol'ock. last week. d Farmers, Mechanics, railroaders, laborers, rely on Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. Fine for cuts, burns, and bruises. Should be kept in every home. HOc and 60c. CENTER VIEW OhOMm and Ilro. Oreen begun their ravival at Little Pnion last Saturday night Lon Gregory and wife spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Warren Ouiggins Several from here attended the at Aiitioch last Saturday night. Miner ('.regory and son delivered stock at Clarkson U'edn sday Sam Glassecock and Char, it-- Walker, Bro. Cuti-diff ' Misses llessie Knott and Miriam Coinp-tospent the week end with Miss Hattie Dutschkc, of Webster Mr and Mrs Adam Hashaiu iind daughter, Miss Jennie, of I.odiburg, and and Mrs Kiltie Itasbam and baby, of Mo were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. Otis Stiff and family. Miss Ruth Ramsey spent the week end at Stepheiisncrt with her par nts, Mr and Mrs Almon Ramsey Mr and Mrs J. H Avitt of l'iburg, visited at Henry (.'ashman's, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Dutschke and son, Herbert, Mrs Jerry llasham anil daughter, Miss I.isha, and Mrs Henry Cash-maand baby, little Miss Louise, motored to llranclenburg last Tuesday and were dinner guests of Kev. anil Mrs. Ranks. spent Mrs. Wm. Chappell recently several days with her son, Chester Chap pell, of Irvington. Mrs. C. L. Avitt returned home Sun-- ! doy night after spending several days in She visited her son Johnnie, Louisville who is at Camp Zachary Ta lor. n Orleans. Dr. 0 E. Kergn.-on-. Mrs, Ferguson and babv, Yirglnia were in Louisville Thursday. Prof H. A Ater and Miss Cecil Dix attended the Educational Association at Hardinsburg Friday and Saturday. H. A. Dutschke and family were guests of telatives at Holt Sunday. Miss Mable Shellman entertained at her home Saturday evening, Mrs. M. T. Wedding, Home, Ind , was the week end guest of Mrs. Eugene Conner. W. B. Gardner was In Owensboro last week. T J Hopwood, Lewisport is in the depot here durirg O W. Doweh's abs-senc- better as your county attorney: a young lawyer with an ambition to succeed, or an older lawyer with but very little more experience in the Law, but who has held many offices, had many opportunities to serve you but cannot point to a single act of service? will serve you Who Mr. and Mrs. David Penick, Oa I field were in town Wednesday. nor HOE noc 00 In whom is the more assurance of service? You elected my opponent to office when he was younger than I am now, anil when he needed it. May I respectfully ask my home people to do the same for To whom must a young fttan go for support if iot to me? his home people? Should Farmers Blame The Railroads? To Tile Editor of The The Sun of October 7 notice the head Ing "1 000 Carloads of Peaches Spoiling." Permit me to suggest the establishment of canning f acton es thus avoiding in the future a repetition of any Sur.--Sir:- Vote jpor xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx iSto.es and Heaters!! J.B. CARMAN o FOR SHERIFF of Breckinridge County DEPUTIES: W. C. PATE, Cloverport W. H. GIBSON, Sample J. B. H0TTELL, Irvington pi such loetet. It appears that the farmers blame the railroads for a shortage of cars won der if they ever use their gray matter sufficiently to figure out that they, the farmers themselves, are primarily to blame for this same shortage of cars, that they are continually lighting the railroad ouipaines and exhorting the Interstate Commerce C immission any and all necessary inert ases in freight rates on farm products Surely these farmers ought to know that the railroads would le only too glad to furnish them with all the cars they wanted if the fanners wouid only permit the railroads to obtain sulllci-en- t money, or ever, credit, with which to buy needt d cars. If the farmers would only woik with the railroads (get together and talk it ovei) instead of wonting against them, the tillers of the soil would profit not only financially but intellectually. South Norwalk, Conn Equitable , Why are we selling our Stoves at less than the present wholesale pricer Simply hecause we anticipated the enormous advance and bought early. We have a large stock of all kinds and expect to sell cheap while they last. Don't he fooled by misleading advertisements, but insist on seeing and buying the genuine Cole and PrOgreM Air Tight Heaters. None others saves the fuel and gives perfect satisfaction. It's your loss if you fail to see us. Also be sure and ask us to explain how to get a $75 Harmograph FREE! Prices and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Irvington Hardware & Imp Irvington, Kentucky. t Co. Dyspepsia is America's curse. Tores-tor- e digestion. normal weight, 4 health and purify the blood, use Burdock Blood Bitters. Sold at all drug stores. Price SI. 25. ;.: txxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx You can't vote for a Christmas Boxes Must Go Before November 15. Christmas boxes to the soldiers in must be sent before Nov I5 The Government has fixed that day as the last day for the shipping of Christmas packages to the United State soldiers in Kuiope, an advice is being given to in. ul before that time to insure Christmas packages reaching their destiuatiou oil tune. Uncle Sam is advising against the usual putting off of buying presents until uiiuutes, for so many things must be done at that time that there is considerable little danger 6f a delay in mailing the bundle to Kurope and, as a a failure of the bundle to arrive on tune. Kather, say Federal authorities, mail what is ready as soon as it is ready and if there is more to be mailed liefoie the date set as the closing one for Christmas shipments, send them seperately. better manor a ter Jailor than bet- Abe Meador Candidate for Jailor of lireckenr idge County. lit conse-cUeuc- 5ll3QC THE BRECKENRIDGE JOHN D. NEWS RABBAGr. Iditor ami Publisher I FARM AND STOCK, f B. F. BEARD & CO. Meeting the Needs of the Whole Family ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1917 Ntxt week will be a red letter wetk fot food conservation. Hegmning Sen day, October 2H, the cry will be all over Kentucky "Serve by saving, because food will win the war," anil every intel ligrnt housekeeper will answer the call ooo The bugle has sounded for each and every American hoiiseseeper! Whether you live on a farm or in a city apart tnent, in a cottage or avenue residence, ou to do I'ncle Sam Is mobilizing EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.50 Business a This store anticipates the many requirements of the season with a complete showing of quality merchandise for the whole family. This store is prepared fully with merchandise at prices low for the high quality. You can always depend on our merchandise for service. year; Nt for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. The advancing markets make It wise to buy early Outings 15c This price is less than mill cost today on this grade outing. Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. 5 lines Cards of Thanks over charged for at the rate of 10c per line. If it is not correct please notify us. 'your bit." ooo Men's Underwear $1.25 Men's Rihhed Union Suits. Men's flat fleeced $1.50 and $1.25 Union Suits. Men's rihhed and fleeced 75c Shirts and Drawers These frarnient are not shoddy, but up to our usual standard and better values than today's market offers, (bought in February) Obituaries charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. (JKT OK (ilVK For what do you live' For what you eet, Or what you givei Which i the dynamo That makes you go f Get I or give? (iet from the world Mi treasures, Knowledge, friends, and health: Heap to the full your measures, God, and good, and wealth; Hut- - get to give. Don't be a niix r. A slave to your gold; Giving is wiser. A hundred fold; So Get and give. (Jet you must, If yu would give; Give you must, If you would live; For getting without giving U existing, not living: Then Get and give and live. V. K. Kuffety. This great patriotic task can never be shouldered by one group of women Every housekeeper in wot king alone. America, no matter how large or small her family or pocketbook, must co operate, must mobilize. ooo Mr. Sackett, Federal Food Admiuis trator, says: rood, not bullets, will win the war. Ours is a glorious oppor tunity. I trust it shall not be said of any Kentuckian that he or she was recreant to this solemn obligation of keeping the wolf away from the door of the world!" ooo Another way for the farmer to do his "bit" is to buy a Liberty Loan Bond. When you purchase one of these bonds you do your country good; you do the cause of liberty and justice over the whole world good; you do yourself good; you do harm to the enemies of iberty and justice and civilization, and harm to the enemies of your country. You can buy one of these bonds on easy terms from the Rank of Mardins-bur& Trust Co. Do it today. ooo There never was a better time than right now to raise stock good stock. No danger in the price. It will be good for years to come. ooo In Bourbon county a crop of fourteen acres of tobacco sold for $250 per acre, ooo Fancy Utility Dress Ginghams 17 1-- 2c This is a very low price on this quality gingham. New Sweaters Purple, Cardinal, Green, Plain and Fancy colors. Work Shoes Stronger Than The Law, Giant Calf, Soft and Good and many other good Star Brand members, all solid leather $5.00 and $6.00 New Ottomans $2.50 to $5.00 $2.00 a yard all Just the thing for heavy dresses wool. A Heavy 45 All-Wool Special Men's High Top Shoes Serge $4.50 and $5.00 Men's Clothing Early .purchases of clothing enables us to offer you values at 40 per cent below their worth today inches wide; Navy Blue only; $1.50 per yard. A value way under the market. New Coats $5.00 to $27.50 Ladies' Coats. Newest Models and Colors OUR HONOR ROLL. ooo It - with a great amount of pride and pleasure that we publish Mules and mule colts are in demand an Honor Roll of the (,'lovei port boys who are answering the Nation's at good price.-- . Raise more mules. Mil, We are glad and thankful that our pride in them is really a true pride, and we av true pride because we know that they represent a Hudson Kincheloe Wedding. Country which is not merely tightii g at d sacrificing lives for a selti-- b motive of gaining power and territory, but they represent the great Miss Je.ssje L. Hudson became the country on earth which - lighting for principle and the vindica- bride of Mr. Monis Buckner Kitcheloe, of Hardinsburg, Ky., on Thursday tion of human rights. of at parents, We honor and respect the individual who stands for high princip- Mr. andthe home F. the bride'sof Mrs. M. Hudson, Lester le-, and if sacrifices his life rather than lower his prin- street. ciples. Why shouldn't we have a great pride and honor in our NaAt 9:;lo o'clock the bridal party took tion and st'll greater for those men who are and will represent it on position in front of a band of ems witn the Rev. Clarence Burton, of Sikestoti, the battlefields of Europe? officiating Ip getting up this Honor Roll we have tried not to leave off any I'sing the in the presence of fifty guest Episcopal ring ceremony the boy from our town who is in service, but in all probability we may former Poplar Bluff pastor united the have omitted some, and in that case, we would be glad to have their pair in wedlock. In a setting of green and white, in nanres arid address so they can be added to the list. This Honor Roll which decoration idea green and white in to be posted in all of our local churches. e-.- Leo Scott, of Klizabethtown, sold his ciop of 40 acres of corn at $60 per acre, $10.00 to $25.00 Blankets and Comforts Women's and Misses' Underwear Union Suits.. Vests and Pants A large selection t ..50c to $1.50 35c, 50c, and 75c $1. to $4.50 evt-atB- g Sweaters 75c to $5.00 For Men and Boys Values high; prices low Men's Heavy Coats at interesting prices nece.-sar- y, $3; $3.75; and $4.50 B. F. BEARD & CO Hardinsburg, Kentucky. posed action of the Food Administra tion, which will take no steps to jeop ardize live stock producers interests All our power will be used to keep prices at which allied and governmental purchases are made on a plane that gives an assured return of cost and profit to producers of meat animals. In our opinion the best market obtainable for the present corn crop of the country We need will be through live stock. increased production of beef and pork and the only way to secure this increase will be by a profit McQUADY SCHOOL JOURNAL. The first number of the Mttjuady School .Journal, a four page three column paper, made its appearance last week. It is gotten out monthly in the interest of the McQuady school and the coummunity surrounding. It is a "snappy" little paper and full of interesting reading. It is patronized liberally by the merchants of McQuady and elsewhere, and bids fair to be a great help to the community. It is needlos to comment on its typography, for it was issued from the Breckenridge News oflice. It pays to read every line in the Breckenridge News. Ju.-- t last week we met a woman going to Lie wrong house for the Club meeting, all bemuse he had failed to read the paper and notice the change of meeting place. And one man told u he had lost several dollar- - in wiling his tobacco all because he was not a subscriber to the New- - and did not know the market price of the weed. The Breckenridge New.-- , will MTI you time and money. If it were not o, we woulu not usk you to read it or be u subscriber. In (hi- - issue of the Breckenridge New- - you will lind an interestSugar Famine is On. ing story entitled "Royal Relationship and the War," written by the Many beautiful gifts were presented editor of Farm and Fireside. The article explains very clearly the the contracting parties by Chicago, Oct 20. Formal warning triends. underlying causes of the war, and for that rea-o- n Mrs. Kincheloe is one of the well was issued here this nfternoon on init is particularly timely to chool boys and girls. We suspect that there are not mat y known young women of this city and structions from the offices of Food Adof them who know that the Kaiser, William II of Germauy, is a first iias a wide reputation as a musician ministrator Hoover that a sugar famine and reader, having been in lyceura is upon the country and that the mocousin to the King of Englund. -- roses were the conspicuous figure, the bridal party found their way to the Moral altar to the air of Mendelssohn's wedding March, with Miss Myers, of Little Rock, presiding at the piano and Miss Eloise Tyler playing the violin. The bride was gowned in white satin and wore a veil caught with orange bloisom graniture and wore a corsage bouquet of roses. Little Virginia Williams, ringbearer, who carried the band of gold in an ornamented basket; wore a dress of white tulle. Following the ceremony Mrs. Claud Marshall sang "Oh Promise Me" and 'I Love You Truly." Then came a dainty two course luncheon. Sma keys to the ladies and small silver shoes to the gentlemen were given as favors. In the refreshments the color scheme was also canied out. (Jut of town guests in attendance at the wedding were: Miss Gibson, of Cairo; Miss Davis, of Paducah; Miss Proctor, of Doniphan; Miss Myers, of Little Rock, and Miss Benton, of Sikes-ton- . Doirt lose your Money. we can neip you to invest it in Securities. Safe on production. Will appreciate your giving this widest pub Faithfully yours, licity. Herbert Hoover, U, S. Food Administrator, Washington, I). C. law, the farm on to make trespass We are for a mayor and council who will enforce the chicken stock law and the dog law. If people insist on having a a fifteen square foot town lot, then something should be done them put up with their own stock and not let it be allowed to on other people's property. "Fernclitfe," the $8,u0o,oo0 home of Vincent Astor, which is situated on the Hudson river, has been given over to the War Department to be used as a hospital for convalescent soldiers who may be wounded in France and brought home to recover. Remember your Christmas boxes which are to be sent to France must go by November 15, or else some soldier boy will have a mighty lonesome and home-sicfeeling on Christmas day. A fellow almost has to be richer than Croesus this day and time in order to meet the II. C. L. and the demands for charity. in the past few years. She has ment of America's first traveled extensively and has a charm- the matter of food has arrived. ing personality. The warning states that manufacturThe groom is a business man of high ers using sugar in their products are standing in his home community, being closing down and that thousands of a financier and interested in the bank- persons are threatened with temporary ing business of the Kentucky towD loss of employment. Individuals as where he has made his home. well as dealers are called upon to do The couple will make their home in with the absolute minimum of the proBoulder, Colorado, following their duct. It was announced that as the honeymoon. Mr. Kincheloe will be in Atlantic states have the greatest scarthe banking business in the Colorado city, beet sugar from the West will be town. Poplar Bluff (Missouri) rushed first to that section. work self-deni- YOU DON'T NEED A MILLION DOLLARS TO COME TO US A FEW THOUSAND OR EVEN A FEW FOR INVESTMENT. HUNDRED WILL DO. WE HAVE "GILT-EDGED- " SECURITIES FOR BOTH LARGE AND SMALL AMOUNTS, THAT PAY A GOOD RATE OF INTEREST AND YOU CAN MAKE YOU MONEY WORK FOR YOU. THIS IS THE WAY THAT LARGE FORTUNES ARE MADE. THIS IS THE WAY FOR YOU TO MAKE YOUR FORTUNE. A BAD INVESTMENT MAY LOSE FOR YOU THE RESULT OF YOUR LIFE'S WORK. THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG Mr. Hoover Proposed Draft Law Corrects Includes Males 18 to 40. False Statement. 8 TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. This is "Potato Week." You are to observe it by eating "spuds" three times a day and leave off wheat bread. To all Federal Food Administrators: A statement has appeared in Chicago papers that the United States Food Ad ministration has the intention of reducing the hog price to 110. This statement is absolutely untrue, and has caused a flood of Inquiries to which the following is a sample of our reply: Chicago advices absolutely untrue and do not represent opinion or pro. Total Assets Over $850,000.00 According to a Washington special to the New York World, Representative We Offer You Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods Kaho, who led the administration fight for conscription in the last House, will introduce at the next session of Congress a bill providing for a selective President's backing. It is estimated that Representative draft of all males from eighteen to forty Under its terms, men in the new Kahn's measure would place 12,000,000 years old. registration would not be called into additional men at the disposal ot the The measure is said to have the service until the first draft Is exhausted. Government. 5A Breckenrldge News. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 1917 K BnHrrrl at thp PoatOflllceatOlorprport. i4 si', on. class matter. t You Can Afford A lli .HIS PAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE ' GRANT SIX you think you cannot afford a because you think that a satisfactory car must cost 1100 or $1200. But if you will look over the (irant Six at 5875 you will d, find that you can buy a five passenger car with every improvement and refinement and that you can run this car for a good deal less than you think. The Grant Six gets, on an average, 20 miles to a gallon of gasoline, 900 miles to a gallon of oil and 7000 miles or more out of a standard tire. It is so sturdily built that your repair bills are extremely slight. Above all it is a car for the "first-ca- r" buyer because its economy and dependability do not demand experience in running a car. Halloween Niaht October 31st I "The night the spooks come forth And witches have full sway; Here you'll find an array Of hobgoblin display!" NEW YORK AND CHICAGO HRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ANNOUNCEMENTS OFNFRAL OFFICES PERHAPS I4TES FOR POLITICAL full-size- full-power- ed For Precinct and city Offices f 3.(50 $ 6.00 For County Offices 15.00 For State and District Offices.. 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in tbe interest of individuals or expression 10 of Individual views per line J Masks, Lanterns, Broomsticks lanterns for street j Train Schedule on The No. L, H. & St. L R'y. 1917. 9W 10:11 Effective June 17, EAST BOUND will leare CloTrrport Arriving IrvlntPti Arriving U uisvllle No. 144 will Irave Cloverport Arriving Irvlngton Arriving Louisville No. IMwIll leave Cloveruort Arriving Irvlngton Arriving Louisville 142 A. M. I2:lf. I'. M. 4:M1 P. M. IrM P. M. M. 5:flH A. M. S :S1 A. M. ":25 A.M. 7:40 A. M. TV M. t. M. A. M. Paper Hats, Paper Napkins, Post Cards and other Novelties suitable for the occasion. f, You want a car everybody doe. Get a Grant Six now and enjoy it. It will give you everything including looks, that any car up to $1100 can give you. WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Owenshoro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving Dawesvllle Arriving Owenshoro No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson . Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 147 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson No. 141 12:0!! I J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. 1:23 P.M. 7.40 P.M. 7:45 P. M. 1 :0H P. M. !l:00 P. M. II :55 P. M. 1:00 A.M. 1:50 A. M. 2:17 A.M. 7:40 A.M. 8:30 A. M. 7:46 A.M. 9:00 A.M. MM M. H AMMAN SON & CO., Cloverport, Agents Breckinridge and Hancock Counties Ky. Grant Motor Car Corporation -- : Cleveland, O. THINGS TO REMEMBER 1. MMW.IMMIIII.HI1I.IIIHM.I.I.IIIIIIII.III....MII1III.IIIIII.HIl....llltlllllllll.MHmill... I LOCAL ITEMS. nitmiHimtilMHimmmmiiiMr HimmtiiilMirimiittllMMMliriin I The vital necessity for the rotation and diversification of per- tield crops. 2. The importance of livestock as the foundation of of I manent asn icultttre. I MIMIHX Of a Personal and Business Nature Gathered for Our Busy I Readers. MMMlIM I..II1IIIIM... ::::::: .....Ill MMIHHHIMMHHI MUM Moorman Ditto, of Hardiusburg, was here Sunday. Judge J. R Layman was in the city from the development of .'. The advantage industry in our community. ari-insr a dairying Friday evening. . A. Waggcner, of Hardinsburg, was in this city Mrs. James Winchell was in Louis-Till- e Monday shopping. Mrs. Fred Ferry, of Louisville, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Will Pate. Mrs. E H, Miller has returned from a week's visit in Hardinsburg Mrs. Henry Pate and daughter, Miss Joe Wheatley, of McDaniels, was here Claudia Pate, returned Saturday from a Sunday en route to Henderson. visit to friends in Louisville. Dr. Sphire and Dr Lex, of HardinsFred Ferry, of Louisville, was here burg, were in this city Monday on busi- Thursday the guest of his brother, ness. Flank Ferry and Mrs. Ferry. L. V. Chapin is in Lexington attendMrs. John Briggs, of Louisville, was ing the Grand Lodge of Knights of here Sunday to attend the funeral of Pythias. her niece, Mrs. William White. Mrs. J. T McDonald, of Princeton, is Mrs. Horace (Gilbert and son are in here the guest of Mrs. Frank Mattingly Stephensport this week visiting Mrs. and Mr. Mattingly. Gilbert's sister, Mrs. Nat For Sale -- Two pool tables in good Wanted To buy second hand upApply at the Breckinridge-Ban- k right piano that is in good condition condition. of Cloverport. and reasonable price. Call News Of Miss May D. Chapin spent the week lice. Mrs. Wilburn Gregory and son, oi end in Owensboro the guest of Misses Louisville, spent the week end with Jessie and Irene Pate. Mrs. Gregory's parents, Mr and Mrs. Mrs. E. G. Bannon, of Eddyville. is guest of her daughter, Mrs. Joe Torn Bohler. the Miss Zula Whorlev leaves this week Sawver and Mr. Sawyer. Moboliwd dollars are us certain a protection to the individual and to the nation, in war. as are armies on the nation's frontiers in time of war. This bank is always pleased to he given a chance to he of assistance to those who wish to open new hank accounts or to those who wish to add to accounts they are already carrying. It wants with all money mobilise It. to Announcement. For Appellate Judge. We are authorized to announce the name of J W. Henson as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Appellate Judge from the Second "District, in the primary, August, l.'lv ill gone to Skillman where they will make their home on a farm which they own. Their daughter, Miss Lida May English, will stay here duiing the winter with her grandmother, Mrs. Lillard, so as to remain in school. Mrs. Hugh Atkinson and daughter, Miss Nancy Atcnison, have relumed to their home in Berwin, III., after a visit with Mrs. Atkinson's parents, Mr and Mrs. W. H. Uowmer. Mrs. Bowmer her daughter as far as accompanied Louisville where they made a short visit with Mrs. Burke. Miss Corinne (Juigins was given a surprise party Friday evening in honor of her twelfth birthday at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. N. H Quig-ginThe guests included a few school chums of the hoooree, and each one brought gifts. Delightful refreshments were served with the birilu'ay cake which was dtcorated with twelve for Louisville where she has accepted a c indies. position, aud will live with her MM, Mrs. Winnie Brigs. s. FIRST STATE BANK W. J. PIGGOTT, I'resideut J. M. HB1NDON, N ice President : Irvington, Ky. J. C. I'AYNK, Cashier J. D. LYDDAN, Ass'l Cashier i J RATE -- Classified For k Just a Few Days We Offer an Fxtra High Grade of I ADVERTISEMENTS I 1c Per Word Each Insertion Note Advertiser w pletist notify the editor he n you want advertisement discontinued Yellow Pine Flooring WANTED WANTED- To my ii Hrst Bird Dew. r y broken UI,t' fust. M. P Must pt Heurd, nurdlniburff, Ivy. At the exceedingly low price of WANTED MISCELLEANOUS WANTKD You u mass extra money hy rentum tli.it spare ruoH or your weans houafl tv running a Waul Ad. Id Till NEWS A New Line of Mid-Wint- er Mrs. L. B. SilTord and son, Melba HILL ITEMS Styles Just Received The Latest and Best in MILLINERY FASHIONS Call and See Them Sifford, left Saturday for Millersturg, Ohio, where they will join Mr. Sifford to make their home. Eli Whorley, of Brandenburg, and Miss Margaret White, of Louisville, were here Sunday to attend the funeral of Mis. William White. Owing to the death of Judge Wroe the Friday Club was postponed from last week until this week, and will meet with Miss Ksther Payne. Miss Tula Babbage, Miss Rosa Sippel and Miss Guthiie aud Stuart Babbage motored to Hardinsburg Friday aud at tended the District Teachers Institute. Hugh Wood went to Hopkinsville Saturday to return home with his daughter, Miss Ruth Wood, who has been visiting her graudparents, Mr. aud Mrs. D. W. Kitchen. y See Fordsville Planiug Mill special offer of yellow pine floor-in- g in this paper. They can save you money. Write them for prices of Composition rubber rooting, the kind that lasts. Mis, Elizabeth Skillman went to Louisville Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs Chas. B. Skillman and daughter, Mian Elizabeth Skillman, who are staying at while doing the Weissioger-GaulbeCom-pan'rt $2.70 Per 100 Feet! We will pay the freight to your nearest railroad station for a distance ot forty miles from I'ordsville. Write us for prices tin Ruhher Roofing high quality and w holesale prices. Mr. and Mrs. Odis Taul, of Illinois, were in town the first of last week en route to their old home near Cloverport. Mrs. Emma Laslie went to Owensboro Wednesday shopping. Mrs. Smith has returned from Terre Haute where she visited for several weeks with her son, Sam Smith, aud his lamily. Mrs S. K. Pate and her granddaughter, Beulah Pate, motored with her son, Kilt, to his i onia in the couutry Satur R)W SALE i0 bushels inir.' Marvelous seed wheat, tbe b st in Breckinridge county, w. L Barrell, Kirk, Ky. POM SACK FOBIALtl lli li irse BOWeff engine; full tank, ready for use: 6'dHi eaM or Willi win imy it w. ii. Howell, Oaatoa, Ky KoK SAI.K -- Karrn so aeres near Bar laid 5 acres hi Kood I'orn and tobacco land; wmids; icoo.l d wel Irirf elsterri at door; out Imlldliitcs good youui; ordliaril Kor further Information and price write W. IV Uomine, (lartleld. Ky. c&h and ; WRITE TO DAN F0RDSVILLL JAKE WILSON, KOK sALK -- A lot of itoori Milk Heard Hros.. Ilurdlnsl urn. Ky Cows. day. Mrs. Garfield Burden was in Owensboro on Wednesday of last week. Mrs. John Weisenburg went to Kock-porInd., to remain until Friday with her daughter, Mrs. Jerry Noble. Mrs Viola Jackson, with Hubert A. Oaugherty, relumed home Saturday night from a pleasant visit at Dam Mrs. George Taul was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Pate, this week. Mr. and Mrs. McKinney attended services at the Presbyterian church last Sunday. They were accompanied home bv Miss Laura Satterfield and Miss Iva Wiue. . Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST PLANING "'"rp"r'u" MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE. KY. Manager t, Located permanently in Hardinsbi'rg, occupying office recently vacated by Dr. Walker. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson's Card Brings Buying Your Coal Now $1.50 Will not save you but a little money, yet Higher Prices for Dark Tobacco Hopkinsville, Ky , Miss Evelyn Hicks Cloverport, Ky. their shopping. bacco crop of tbe dark tobacco district Misses Jane Lightfoot, Emily Keid, promises the heaviest yield of the weed Louise Nicholas, Mary Owen Oelze, ever known in this section with corret Louise Weatberholt and Martha Keid ponding indications of increased prices hiked to the county seat Friday and re- being paid for the crop. Last year the mained over Saturday with Mr. and average of lit) 60 brought a wonderMrs. Herbert Beard. ful prosperity to the farmer of this Mr. and Mrs. Frank English have section. Oct. 18 The to- The 1'arcel I'ost sale, given Thursday evening by the members of the Wednesday Club, was altogether a marked sue The crowd, which was large conces. sidering the inclement weather, was a most sociable one therefore the occasion proved very delightful as well as profitable. The sale of the parcels was intensely exciting just to settle one's curiosity of knowing what you would get, was worth and 15 cents the popular price of Some of the parcels were auctioned aud wind, aroused the bidthe one ders to the highest pitch was a distin- 1 it insures you against a shortage this Winter. We are selling Basket Screened Lump at 15c delivered. ORDER NOW. I e City Coal Co., James J. Burke, Proprietor Q 5O. Sold to coveted parcel brought Mr M. M Denton. The proceeds from the sale and from the booths, where delicious sandwiches, coffee, home made candy, and ice cream were sold, amounted to $42 48. There were a few expenses to be met. 1 gu ished looking envelope marked from the While House, lly request of one of the members, Mrs. J. l'roctor Keith, the First Lady of the l.aud, Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, sent a beautiful card of the White House with her visiting card aud s" attached. The much "Best Wi L. C. TAUL Insurance Office ROYAL RELATIONSHIP AND Some HE'S A CLOVER- THE WAR. Cio.-eipot- t PORT MAN. LLUVEKrUKI M km I II 111 I 111 ANU A Pa Ik lUBUrUK. II i II I I k. I II III I Cloverport. Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado anil W indstorm, Life, Accident, Health W1..1 Interesting Facts Con reliable in tax cerning the Lineage of the m in who is Families Written By Editor of Farm and Fireside. Royal "I mi a reader of year ehata M van- o is suliject-.,- ' unh . a faun woman in New York si itc' irhose mm boa tea callnow ed in the I fat liraft, "and what ask woejM be appreciated, I think, by other SnbeCllbell as well as MjrseH Please IXplaia the true relationship of the present sovereigns of Kngland anil C.ermany and the ex Car of Russia Also is there any Knglietl blood in the Raiaajf or his iMril and is there any erinan blood in the Kitiij f Rngland or nietnbers of his fatnilv. And if it is Insurance. Old Reliable Companies fK 1 5j 48frTV 4 II 4 J At 4k. Trent Henr, Trf Bl W kVfc T ,P.:t Omli ad a family quarrel please explain why the Bowel of American homes should be sacrificed to settle a quarrel which we had no part in starting " Livery, The questions asked are fair ones. Parents whose sons have been called to the colors have a rinht to demand such information Here are '.he answers: : Ky. The Kaiser, William II of C.ermany, is a first cousin i f the King of RtlgHtad lederick III, former Kmperor of Ger. many, narried Victoria, the eldest dangh One-Hor- se ter of Queen Victoria of Kngland, and present war we must remember tint the presen Kaiser is a son of that union ATTORNEY royalty is a less important factor than in This makes the Kaiser a grandson of the (let mv Rates for Collecting Notes iiml the past. The printing press ami Modformer tjueeii of Rnglattd, Mortgages by Suit ill the Circuit Court. c,er- ern, education have raised the average Kiii Oeoraje Vol Raglead is of intelligence of the human race so that Cloverport, Kentucky nian blood to the following extent: most any civilized nation has thousands QtMM Victor ie married her cousi.i, of men qualified to direct affairs of state. Prince Albert, who was the son of .. GerThe people of one nation after another man duke. Furthermore (Jiieen Vic have come to the conclusion that royal toria's mother was a German princess. families should either he dispensed with The (jueen spoke Raglisti with decided entirely or at least restricted in their German accent during her entire life yueen Victoria's first son, Kdward, be- authority. Of the fifty seven nations of Hit Permanently Located In Hirdlmburg. the globe only six are now absolute mon came lalward VII of Kngland, and the archies, ami these are largely in the Office in Masonic Building formerly occupied V is his son. Thus present King George t E Royalty Dr. Dark Continent They are: Abyssinia, the King of Kngland and the Kuiperor Afghanistan, Morocco, Siam, Oman, and ot Germany ase not only cousins but are Monaco. Twenty eight of the nations both grandsons of former (Jueen Vicare republics, and the remaining twenty toria three are limited monarchies, where the The royal families of Kngland anil Dealer In people bold the reins of government. Russia lire related in a similar manner. The great majority of the world's popuNicholas II the ex Car, is a cousin of lation is self ruled The principal re King George of Kngland, their mothers publics are the United States, France, I1VINGT0N, K Business Solicited being sisters, both daughters of old King Portugal, China, Russia, Mexico, Brazil, Christian of Denmark. The ex Czar also Argentina, Peru, ami Venezuela. married a German princess, who hapThus, except for Canada, practically pens to be a cousin of King George an tne western Hemisphere is made up German blood is well represented in m., p. m.. of republics But the Government of practically all the royal families of Great Britain and her colonies is in most but is especially strong itl the respects similar, and in some ways even Romanoff line. The Russian imperial more liberal, than our own; and the fami v has married so extensive!)' into royal family is maintained largely as a you German royal houaea that their blood is If you art- going to have :i sale, matter or sentiment But the Knglish My Motto: an Auctioneer will need practically as much German as the Kaipeople are becoming less liberal in the Wil to work for the money ser's. Service ID yean eaporioace; Prices He oneble; annuities paid the royal family, and the Princess Bopoie of Prussia, sister of the Yours for a eleu sale; write me at Kaiser, is the wife of ex King Coustan dowries to princesses are limited by Par Ky. limeutary action. The King and (Jueen COL. H. GORSUCH tine of Greece. King Albert of heroic of Kngland have been receiving about Belgium likewise has a German wife, i,3flO.0lH) annually, and the total exDuCOeSS These hli.abeth of Bavaria if if Try a News Want Ad. Now are some of the royal personages whom pense of maintaining the royal household exceeds three million dollars This the war has brought into prominence, figure will henceforth be reduced, and but there is a similar intermingling of some ot the estates and bunting preblood in the royal families of Spain. serves heretofore used for royal pleasure Norway, Sweden, Holland, and other are being converted into farm land countries that are still remaining neutral For State Senator The ruler of Austria receives from his The underlying causes of the war, so people over $4,500,000 annually; the H. H. Harrington obscure at fiast, having become clearer Sultan's income is $5,000,000; the Kaiser For Representative each succeeding month. Political in- receives nearly $4,000,000, plus large inW. W. Baxter trigue in Germany, lay which the prince- comes from the imperial estates; even lv military families hoped to re establish For County Judge the King of Siberia receives $540,000. power by bringing Prior to his abdication, the Czir was the Ken Rhodes their about a conflict, and a now well known wealthiest man in the world. His priFor Sheriff plan of world conquest pobticaliy and vate estates exceed 650,000,000 acres, in Sam Dix Commercially, wilic the ruling classes addition to vast fore ts and goltl mines For County Attorney in Germany have been fostering, are to Thus, out of the carnage of war, the Moorman Ditto day only too apparent. following benefits are already appearing The foundations of Germany's dream The people afflicted with sorrow and For School Superintendent for a greater empire were laid back in burdened by taxation are less tolerant of Yrs. Lira K. l'enick 18S.'!, when Bismarck dominated the polHall imperial iomp. They are demanding itics anil diplomacy of central Kurope, the For Jailer I. L MIEITNi, rraidattr division of royal estates into farms, Glen Dean. Ky. and established the system of alliances. and they Tice Uendnck are well aware that statesmen Glen Dean, Ky. Trouble was brewing between Russia Poland who have risen from the common people Polled Durham Cattle. For Assessor and Austria, and Russian troops were have ruled more wisely and are more China Hogs. Short Horn Polled Durham aid Shorthorn Sam Marshall threatening the Austrian frontier. The loved by the people. Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Car assured Bismarck that peace would So I would say to the New York Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs be maintained if Germany would sup woman whose question prompted these Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Fairs port Russia. But Bismarck, forceu to remarks: "Although the royal families l'ast MM Years declare in favor of either Russia or Ausof Kurope are closely related, the war For State Senator tria, formed an alliance with the Utter, has occurred not because of such kinand later Italy was induced to join. Ir. S. I'. Parks ship but in spite of it. The struggle is This was the Triple Alliance, from which For Representative one of democracy against despotism, of W. a Dealer in and Breeder of Italy diplomatically managed to excuse lOlt, Prasrlslws Roy J. Cain humanity against brutality. The cost to herself, For County Judge this gen. ration is tremendous hut tho. e Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Polled Shorthorn and Durham Cattle, PoAfter her alliance with Austria, GerS. 1). I'ayoe who in thought word and deed do their many cultivated the iriendship of Turland China Hogs and Plymouth bit to help America ami the Allies win Poland China Hogs a Specialty For County Attorney key, and soon dieamed of an empire ex Rock Chickens are helping to make the earth safer from W. Sherman Ball tending from the North Sea to Asia wars of aggression in the Polled Durham Cattle and a future For County Court Clerk Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Minor. But whatever may have been better place in which our posterity may A. T. Beard the initial causes, the war is now clearly live in peace and happiness " For Sheriff the resistant e of democracy to despotTHF. KDITOR. J. B. Carman ism. The rel tionship of royal families ORCHARD HOME FARM is an important factor in so far as it comFor School Superintendent How Arrow-Shootin- g J. Kaleivh Meador plicates dip 01u.it anil influences leader Irvinjton. Ky. G. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor Act Was Filmed a ip, but this relationship did not bring For Jailer BREEDER OP Abe Meador 011 the war. If anyihing, it lias post A motion picture scene was prod need Farmer and Buyer of For Justice of the Peace poned hostilities in some cases. Greece, recently which showed an actor standing District Third for instance, would no doubt have joined against a tree while arrows were shot at Registered Ouroc Jersey Hogs. Horace McCoy the Allies much earlier save for the in htm, some grazing his flesh. The hair Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 2. fluence of Constantiiie's German wife raising episode was produced without In ancient times, wheu nations were risk by acting it backward, so to speak Birth Announcement. small, tile marriage of a princess of one Tlie arrows were carefully stuck in place STOCK FARM ami Mrs. J. A. Seybert, Jt9 Con- royal house to the princess of a neigh about the actor, as shown in an illustra Mr. C. N. URUHT Propo.lgr h iring principality was a popular means tion in Popular Mechanics Magazine for ger St., Waterloo, Iowa, announce the But such a ftiuisy November, and then, while the camera birth of a son, James Alvin Seybert, Jr., of preserving peace Farmer and Breeder of G. N. Lyddan foundation is of little import when a man turned his crank, an unseen assist Sept. 28, I9I7. mail for conquest and ant jerked them out oue at a time, while Mrs. Seybert was formerly Miss Mary monarch becomes When the actor "registered" pain at the prop Dec Uashatn, who is well known in big nations fight for their lives Napoleon threatened to conquor Kurope, er times The film was then run through Sows, Boars and Gilti For Salt Breckinridge coumy. his Austrian father in law was one of the projector cackward and the effect Ky. lniito, If., R. F. 0. Is. 1 Now is the time to Subscribe I the first to help crush him. And in the produced was most startling. nardinsDurg Livery Sale Stable t Feed and Hardinsburg, f doesn't know t The advice of collect"!? so well know us Mr Cna Ii ou ie pin, should be well deeded MM of the many who suffer from Lid ney weakness, is there any reason why you should delay following Mi Clni pin's examplt? Don't wait until daa g, ions Blight's di ease or I r p.y sets Mr Cha in M7I he found a per in cure from killing trouble and bad back by lining I) aan's Kidney Pllir, Here are his own word.-- : "1. 1st summer I was down with my 0 ick and kidney trouble,'' sa s L V Cuapin, tax collector, C'loveipoit, ' as lioan's Kidney Pills had been ricini mendtd to me and seting their ad in the local paper, I got a box at Fisher's Drug Store. In a very short time I was cured and have hatl no occasion to use Doau's Kidney Pills nor any othtr medicine since. Doan's Kidney Pills do j list as is claimed of them " (Statement given Feb I7, 1912. ) On October 3O, I0I6, Mr. CaafJa Slid: "The cure Doau's Kidney Pills mule in my case, act! that I mentioned i nn former statement, has been per- im ut." Ode, at all t'etlers. Foster Milburn Co., Mfgrs. Buffilo, N. Y. Ferry Schedule Operated under Franchise MM Boats Leave Either Side oi the River Promptly on the Call Both Day or Night VVeek- Day or Sunday Rates of Charges . V. G. BABBAGE - Dr. R. L Stephenson DENTIST H R. B. McGlothlan Second Hand Goods 10c Passengers, one way Automobiles, one way 50c Motor Cycle, one way 25c One Horse or Mule, one way 50c 50c One Head Cattle, one way 10c One Hog or One Sheep, one way . . Buggy or Cart, one way . . 50c One Horse with Wagon, Driver and Load 75c . Two Horses with Wagon, Driver and Load 1.00 . Empty Wagon, Team and Driver Returned Free Same Day Grain, per bushel 2c Coal, per bushel 2c Hay, per 100 pounds 5c Potatoes, sacked or barreled, per bushel . . 2c Apples, per barrel 5c Eggs, per case 5c Chickens, per coop 10c All Other Freight, per hundred pounds 5c Night Rate from 6 to 6 a. Double the Above Day Rate ..... ..... .... .... .... ...... ...... ..... ...... ...... Up-to-Da- Special Prices tor Special Occasions TO THE PUBLIC: te, - J. Prompt and Efficient service guaranteed. Brand New, Ample Capacity Boats. Special Attention given to the Automobile and Wagon Trade. Resident Ferryman on each side of the river. Try us, you like the service tell others, not. tell us, Democratic Ticket J. W. PATE and ALBERT McKAUGHAN, Proprietors Cloverport. Kentucky g i Directory of Cattle and Hog Breeders of Breckinridge County Planters Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm THE HOWARD I. M. HOWARD SON. FARMS Prop. Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Republican Ticket Dealer In Leaf Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. Valley Home Stock Farm Thos. O'Donoghue Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Oealera la Ky. live Stock and Tobacco SUIT I. IM1N. Hmt Paul Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm Farmer, Dealer, Breeder and Feeder lof Hereford and Jersey Cattle Webster, Ky. Live Stock and Tobacco DRURY'S Park Place Irvington, Farmer and Feeder This Space For Sale eers they would lie on the watch We turned .an nf -, o'clock Pulling on our sices, we c folded .n;r blan kcts, pirn cd them at Ibe head of ml" bUHka and picpatoil foi inspection RrerylMRN was tlS and clean as n Ida Not a scrap of paper Of a bit of refuse rank) bf bond in y when Ainetleiin soldiers are always lean It Is a hard and fad rule f I hi ci ,1 e They never wail until Saturday nlnltt How I Went "Over There" lo take a hath A PPRtttal always look-a- s With Pershing 's Division If he had lust been laundered I remained le'ow lataylng tnyeclf By HAZEL CARTER around the bunks The men had been Mm Ilmrl Carter of Douglas, out only a few minutes nl beard Aril., Is a younft woman, twenty-two- , gfflWfd toward the cnlranre voices whoso youiiR hustmml, L'urpo-rn- l of our bunk I n Tun lieutenants John J Curler of the I 'tilted were Pimlllg IIHI aril mc bet ' ecu the St.itrs jinny, una or1rrecl to Franc Iter with the Corahlng siipiieii in Net ween two bunks xpedilion. Determined to accompany him, M I would be .ml nf sight as much a soldier's uniform she obtained and became very iudnstrhai and fell In ns a private on his deOM "f them saw mc know now he parture. Rhc was flic days nt sea on the transport hefore she was diswas looking for inc. bin then there w a covered and was returned home a faint b iie he was merely on regular ngalnst her wishes kiapectlon. Rinee i bora been told ev Copyright 1917 by Belt Syndicate, nc cry man on deck was eiirefully lie ntrnde up. CHAPTEB IV. "What are you doing here''" be demanded. The Jig s 'Jp! I knew In a mil i:te the rookies' ru bj u rookie toM mc nil mors had reached the C. O.'s I dcild were talking gboM ihor ed to bluff ii through to the and. Tban balug ii w on board tiic was aotbbig tn lie loot by trying, !ninsiort I kMW hltlffM Were getting "I'm room orderly, sir," I replied nlghtjl slinky for inc. doling prompt I) to attention and sa Rooktea like nothing better than to fating. The room orderly stays below 'ruck wise, ns he old timers call it, on to see everything la in order and s'dp anything connected nrttk I hair trans, shape. Tlie.v liave n keener sense for Inslile "Your namel Nffl tlinii n Urd dog lias for a Hock of "t arter, sir K coiiiiauy." prairie cbtckeflil This recruit was n "Let me see ,our chest." specially busy one of Hie breed. Ho "Well, took at il." was us p leaned over the prospect of I Mood up squarely in front of Mm a Mexican Is over n plate new tlirill ns It was my last hain e. it eroald lie of radhnl chill con earn! "1 will." he laM, ill the HUM Hum red hot for mc. all right if Ihejr found reaching Mil id grabbing BJ shirt to me nut. rip it open at the I boat I ctttti had hi liy this time Smilhers was proud of hand with both of mine and held on mc ns If oral his own private idea. Tin- jig was up, I was not frightened Ha used lo chtlekle as much when an My only thought was for my huaband. conld ollicer boTO ill sinht and I atood at at- What would thc.v do to kftnl tention and Minted and tot away with not cry, although I tried my beat. PaIt as he did when the "hones" rolled cing a Woman, I tbongfal It was expect- him a good pot in a crap game Then, ed of me. The lieutenant loosened hi ; He took me gently If he saw me watchiim him. lie would grip on my shirt. try to look very severe imd gfOWls hut Brmly by (ho arm "You shouldn't ouuht lo a' (lone It. "Don't worry, little girl. No one 1.1 going lo hurt you," he said. Ills voice kiddie Sure TinU yon shouldn't." "You were certainly u What Cupid Smitliers siild when I was husky. told him the rookies were on the scent game one." he added, which I took as and were talking sounded like a word a compliment. barrage fri Then, turning to the other one of the tbo heavy artillery. You could smell the sulphur in the nlr. Ke otlicers, he gac Ihe order that ended apologies either, lie was mini clean my career as a doughboy through. "Send for the major!" I did a lot of thinking during those "What ineaa yoaag ebaeetalla need silent few minutes while we were wait-toIs o set of knitting needles," he growlfor the major. Neither of Hie offed. "I tell you what you'd better do You'd better And that talkative feller icers said a word. They seemed to bo who tipped you off and see if you can't unable to realize such n thing could actually have happened right under shame him out'n the idea." That sounded fair enough. My cor.r-us- their eyes. What! A woman come all began In pk-- up. The game was the way from DongbM, Ariz., to "somewhere In t lie Atlantic" without they not over yet by a long way. I found my rookie net em. He wus getting wise? Nonsense! P.ut there I was. They had to face the fact. So with two or I brea other youngsters. They were Hefting Hermans right and did I. What more I was going to fHce left. I fa Turtle pastime of new men In I did not uniform The old campaigners avoid the Music. You would nevtalk about soldiering The major came in on Ibe double, er know by their conversation whether they were on their nay to a war or to quick, and he wasn't bothering much a tea party. The rook lei bail the about Ins military hearing cither. He ami too excited to lie any thing except halfwav to Del'Un and bodies When he quickly con Just natural Hie kaiser's helmet for a cuspiwas real and not ftocad bin, self dor when I broke in. "Boy there. Kid Pliikcrton." I rag- fake scare he sent for the quarlerinas. ter captain of the ship. ged. "Koiind the fern yet'" I wanted to sec my husband pretty "What do you mean'.'" demanded my rookie, blushing like a high school hoy bad by tbta time, if I he bad appearedwould Just naton the scene I guess He knew I was kidding him. that you tell me I here was u wo arally have broken away from grab-ba"Didn't bunch, otlicers or no otlicers, and man on board V" him. The-- would have had lo pry "Sure I did I heard" Corporal Carter with a "Well, you sure tire some fall guy. me away from Maybe you heard we are going to tight bayonet. The quartermaster captain came lu the rrttMa with pen shooters too. He wits ns mad as u all You'd better get hep to yourself. Th A L' boat would first thing you know you'll be answer-to- bear witli a sore ear. to the inline o' I'atsy around here." hare been welcome alongside of me. "What are your Intentions';" lie de- Rookie Silenced. uiauded lie gave me a swell inula That last shot hit the boy hard. He tion of a clap of thunder, lie expected fooled (inspected they were stringing bhaV mc to drop dead of fright, but Every soldier dreads being singled out him This didn't bald his temper any. "I want to go to Prance and join the for the butt of his comrades' jokes. An army Palsy has a pretty tough time of Hed Cross," I said. "Why didn't you Join It at home inI It. wus sufe from that rookie, for stead of trying to make a goat out of the present at least. sneaked forwurd to the quarters the urmy V" "I'm not trying to do unytblng but where my husband was bunking as soon as "lights out." I wus uuxious to get to Prance with my husband," I He was answered. "If he Is wounded I wunt tell him what had happened. worried, hut he tried not to show It. to be there to take care of hiin. That He told me to cheer up; that no matter goes for Ihe rest of the boys In K comwhat happened he would stand by. pany too. Why should 1 sit back home Was I happy' Ask me. After all, ho In a rocking choir nnd wait while some might weaken nnd let ine go with him strange woman Is nursing the one I Into France. Ulght then I wouldn't love Hiid his comrades? I'll go right to have traded my trusty old doughboy the trenches with him. I'll light with outtlt for the swellest wurdrobe In New him, and If he or any of the other boys York city. und. from what we bear are hurt I'll drop my gun and take care of them." back in Arizona, that Is suying a heap. I felt there was "We'll see about that." snapped the I didn't sleep much. "Right now something In the ulr l'.efore midnight quartermaster captain there was a niihmnrlue alurtn. The you'll come with mc. Pall In there, old timer In the bunk under MM hadn't men." I marched up to the orderly room on hit the Moor before he began to squawk. "Some son of a sea cook has snared the tap deek with an advance and rear guard of one ollicer ouch The (. C. my life lielt!" he complained loudly. He was digging up Ills bunk like a was in command of the ship The oth dog lifter a rabbit Itlankels. shoes und ers were trailers Without fart Bat ado court went Intf clothes were flying in ull direct ions. (if course they thought in The alarm sergeant, whose duty It was session whole trip had been lived up by in) q sec thai all hands were out of quarters and on deck, was prodding him husband and some of his men Thc.v none loo gently to hasten him A sol- tried I heir best to get me to name in How could dier from II company, a pal of his. allies but I never did when I didn't have any at the sturt". Millie running up II "Aw. g'wan. you rummy!" he called, I told my slory straight, exactly as stopping long enough to base a good happened and that Is all there wus tc It. Not once did they trip me up laugh "You've gal it M you." The old timer beat it quick. It wus finally they gave It up us a bad Job the lirst Hp we had he was taking no und ordered me to a stateroom oil the liai.' cs on atog kissed by a snbina- - first deck, under guard Than they sent for my husband rftM Afterward an insisted ke had told me later that when un order broa trying it un and left it there bf mistake, but the boys wouldn't listen ly came and told him tie was wanted You're Just as likely to get by the quartermaster cuptain he turned to him us while as a sheet and utmost collaps titled to u cotlln und forget about having 't on as ' lie of those seagoing life ed. but in a second be bucked up like He couldn't obey preservers. Tlie.v hud his number. a regular soldier decided not to orders qiih k enough, because he wunt The next morning iik gnfcM up for drill 'Hie rumor ed to know what they hud done with iiImiiii the woman was too fresh to be me. It was u shame, for be hud never safe If il had reached any of the oft! been uji for anything liefore. und this The Girl Who Was a Soldier Boy I nit . I I ' scni-Hnlfe- WHEN hurt Ills record The first I hint he blurted out when lie reached thai Impromptu conrlroon was: "Where's Ihe kiddle?" lie was un Tic onlv answer In' got It was a hoiivv viillov of cold looks didn't take him long to discover a mill tnry court Is no rcsp a tcr of Cupid lie Ii id a mighty uncomfortable half hour worrying until be finally found All Unit lime they oiit I was safe kepi him busy nnaWrffng ques'ions iiml it denying bo bad planned the trip was aid lo make them bcll oe he did not k low I was on Ibe boat until we were well outside af Sandy Hook. Thio llWHIght me back to rniifrrvi' him and lo ipicsllon lis together Wasn I .1 proud of him though, when I saw him standing there, straight mid trim and full of courage, his chin In the air his sho ildcrs hgeft ready to face anv kind of music they had to lay! He half started Inward me. and l made a running tamp for Mm " lie qnarlei inns eii Inn'" shunted ter captain, ponding the desk with nis list. It was a hard situation for We He saw Hint. btal to bundle both Mopped short and fell Into posi tion. The habits and discipline of the army certainly gal a grip on you I I I 1 l t : i I i I - I g e know-Facin- wen-usin- ! ' d g 1 1 Cloverport, No. 3, Squires, J. .C. Hlack, J l 0 Perkins, 8. Carl Hritton, C, Stephelisport Jake '.ibson, J. Jesse Walls, J Arthur II inks, S Pete Maysey, C. I'nion Star Willie Walls, J. S W Hasset, J. W. Shellman, S Dick Hart, C. Mooley ville j. o. Baydaa, j. O. It. Cunningham, J. Will Cunningham, S. P. P. p:gart, C. Webster Rafna St. ciair, j. II 1! Parks, J. Herbert Haddock, S. sc Parks, C, Irvington Albert Marshall, J. W. J P.ggolt, J J. N Akers, S. C. I Hook. C. On the Grill. llew'ev ville ow long we were on Benbert Kaeey J don't know We cine-- , tlaafunl, j. II seemed lures lo me the gliil They slink to our stoiy the Until T. Stitli. s. brought In Ihe lirst sergeant of my II Iv Trip ett, C husband's company and questioned big Springs He had lo admit lie knew him too N H. Hoard, J. nothing ai" ut ii lie might bare inn he Rgnrcd it araa none of Jat Hufflaes, J. He didn't ndd this, how- W. T Norris. S. his bmitacas ever. Slh king your nose Into olhcr c. C. Martha, C, pooptc'a alTalra is a dangeaana naatlna Custer in ihe army A'lie Alexander, J TMllgH looked pretty tough for us at Wainic ttorsley, J. lilt le t toaa my sense of limes, lull '. kepi referring to I.i cb Trent, S The humor me as "be" part of the lime and "she" A. I. I. voits, C, Muds was "Carler." the other part. Now 1. Caller. J was Mrs. Mm a regular, ami again Curler When he looked al tne in my '.co. Royalty, J soldier suit witli my hair cut short Mac Uniggtoa. s. like a man's, be could nol liuuic me ns Jesse KobiiMon, C. , nnj i hinir but a donghlmy M. Filially they ordered the guards to A. II. Smile J. did to (be stateroom lake me lncb not care what happened lo me as long Milis Drane, J w ada Pile, s. as I hey did not court martial lb,' "old wife calls her Curtis McCoy, c. num." as Ihe PoMler McUanieli husband. I knew that would break bis P.. A. Moore, J bear! and mine too, While I " as pacing Hie door of that Pal ( '.artier, J small room waiting lo hear what they C. K. Tucker, S. hud deckled I" do a couple nf rookies Sain '.alloway. C. paaaad eatable Ihe porthole. tleu Heau "Whaddye th'nk they'll da with her?" R. B Moorman, J. asked one rookie. "I dunlin, line o' Ihe men that was Win. Cannon, J over in the Philippines Ml they'll cl S. T. Smith, S. tlier call out the bring squad and have W. C, Kane, C. her shot al sunrise or else they'll make Ko kvalc bar walk Ihe plank." P. C, Rnppert, J. "You mean they'll put out a plank Manrj Hall. j. nnd make her walk nff the and of it Ira Barton, S. into Hie "Sure. QnO o' Hie men that was over T. II Moorman. C. ill tile Philipp" I r Bilious? J.l'Vel heavy after dinner? couhl not strained in ears, but taste1 Complexion sallow? I.ivcrr hear any more The rookies had pass, I hoped by Ihe time ed out of ears hot perhaps needs need waking up. Doan'l would Keguleta.fi r bilious they made nic walk Hie (dank attacks.. 30c at all be near enough to Prance to swim stores. ashore Tien Ibe laugh would lie on Tin? proajieci didn't disturb mi tbam much MOOK cars, After v. inn seemed eevernl a mailer of fuel il was only though as a few minute, my husband came to Mr. ami Mrs. Piesaut Tucker. Harucd He looked very solemn my room and Mr. and Mrs l'inlv C.alloway spent He look me In his anils Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Hen McCoy run to aim and held nu tight for a Ion- - lime Mrs Cora Pill and children Helen Tftea be began to pull off his COO I, and Montgomery and Mrs. Cora Nix and begged "Tell mc." "I am baby went to llardinshurg Thursday. "I lose my stripes.' lie said no longer Corporal Carter, but Prlvale Lester fllammnh called to see Miss Carter." Daiay Tucker Sunday evening. Prom the lone of bis voice and Ibe Mr. and Mrs Melven ('.alloway visited knew he did not relight in Ids eves gret Hie stripes. Neither did I. Ilelng relatives at Caueyville last week. with Mm all lids lime was worth II Mrs Vita Tucker and daughter, Vera "Private Carter." I said. "I salute and grandson, Heher spent Sunday with did with a great big Mr and Mrs. you. sir " And I.ou Cmnaway. fat kiss. O, H Tucker and lltrinan C.alloway edge of Ihe I sat down on I be Then berth and will) mj own bands ripped went to Hardiaabarg Hrklay, Ukeatrtpea from ids sleeve. Za by Tucker and Miss Suda C.allo-w- a visited Misses Bessie ami Certrude (Continued next week). Smith Sunday. Joe Arms and Claude Howard visited J. 1). Aldritlge Sunday. Election Officers Bifea Tucker, McCoy spent Sunday Pollowing is a list of the election off- with bis mother, Mrs. Amanda Tucker Mrs Kebecca Haslium who has been icers who lisve been appointed for the visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Aldridge election November 6th, I9I7. Hardinsburg, No. returned home Sunday, C. M. Heston, J. Joe Aldridge visited Kllegar Allen M. K. Mattingly. J. Sunday. Heunie Miller, S. Meyer Smith and C.uthrie Tucker sold I'at Sheeran, C. a nice bunch of cattle last week. Hardinsburg, No. 2 Uttia Koxie GI.isscock is verv ill. Virgil Smith, J. RanW) I . Ji-, . I I I I I I Bit-UI I 1 I 1 JE WEL H Il is ( RY If. K KM) If J "ii liny il Bflfd ;b km l&'g It costs no IBora tlto on have mil RMT- BRfM us well ns tiic ai ticlc ymi tojj, vi mi ( rmt RWnintga insuros I he higrh qnslita of r pin chase, or its return if jrng hto no! ti-lied. I 5 T. C LEWIS, Watchmaker :: Hardinsburg, I XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXX OUR NEW LINE OF FALL GOODS Is Open for Your Inspection. 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Hubert tojoraettei C Ilalltown T. N. Hawkins. J. 1 Prepare tor 1918 Garden. 3 8:35 a. m.. 9:48 8:35 a. m.. 5:05 p. m.. 9:48 p. m. The b st garde ai ate prepared Ihe See to it that no weids f ill previous. go to seed in ami annual I lie garden to Mid Ihe soil arith tiouble next jear. Also burn all rubbish lo preaeBl dis- Make sure of a in inists and insects ure supply and grow a cover su pply such as rye, ante, "i bnrle) after plowing the garden Ibis fall, which will furnish a mfi OB ainlch IkrOttAh the earlier part of the winter and which will kill down and improve tne soil in the spiing. Save auu prott cl bean poles, trellises, plant protoetora, aald frames, and anki aata hotbed tquipment before of a geiK-iouwinter sets iu. s PULLMAN PULLMAN 4 SLEEPERS SLEEPERS L., H. & ST. L. RY. High-Class Coaches LEAVE UNION STATION Observation Parlor Cars TENTH AND BROADWAY i T. It. Hates, J. T. 11. Chancellor, II. 1'. Prank, C. TRAINS S. City Ticket Office: Fourth and Main Tbc-iMiy-s I Cloverpurt, No Henry Solbrig, J. I. V. Chapin, J. Allen Waggoner S. Procter Keith. C Cloverport, No J. II. I.. Stader, J. R. T l'olk, J. Allen Jennings, S. C. J .is. Chapiu, . Both Phones F. T. 1134 E. M. W0MACK, G. The naine Uoan's inspires confidence Doan'l Kidney Tills for kidney ills itching. Doan's Ointuieiit for skiu IXian's Kegulels for a mild laxative. Sold at all drug stores. R. PENN, P. A. H. L. SWEENEY, C. P. A. P. A. LOUISVILLE, KY. Subscribe For The News J One Year Daily by Mail Regular Price $4.00 $5.00 IRVINGTON courier uaoDer C sy r j 4 uarain C3 K w One Year Dally and Sunday by Mall $6.00 Regular Price $7.50 Mr. and Mrs. Russell ompton have moved into their new bungalow on Kourth street. Mrs. Barney Squires and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hunger attended Miss Kathleen Squire., of Cloverport, the Teachers Association at Hardins have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. burg. Robert Hendrick, Vote (or J. Bate Herndon for Magis Mrs. Miller, of Clovarport, has been trate in the Kourth District, Citizen's 1017. Adv the guest of her sister, Mrs. Annie Ticket, November election, Hook. Mr. and Mrs. John Livers, Mr. and Marvin Heard, Jr., left last Friday for Mrs. Geo. Hoard and son, Dana, mo. They Louisville to enter the K. M.I Insti tored to Louisville Wednesday. visited Hubert Livers at Camp Zachary tute. i'at SheeraD, of Akron, Ohio, and Taylor. daughters, Misses Isabel and Irene Miss Mary Alexander goes to LouisSheeran, of Mt. St Joseph, came to at ville every Wednesday to study music. tend the funeral of Mr. Hannah SheeMr. and Mrs. Purwood Wroe attended ran. the funeral of Thos. Wroe at Clover-poJohn O'Reilly, Sr., and Byron WithWednesday. ers motored to Owensboro last l'riday. Brandetiturg W. J. I'iggott was at Miss Barger, trained nurse, who has Pndav to conduct Masonic funeral of bden nursing Will Duvall, has returned Charley Moorman. home. Mr. Djvall is on the road to re Mrs. C. H. Creal and Mrs. Beojimin covery. were guests of Smith, of Hodgenville, Mrs. Wilbur Griffin, of Lewisport, is Mrs. J. B Herudon Wednesday. the guest of relatives in and near town. Mrs. Nannie ). Wathen is visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Heard and son, Mrs. K. N. Miller at Indianapolis. Ralph, have returned from a visit to Mioses Kdith Lewis and Kva Carrigan I, iuisville. attended the funeral of Miss Mrs. Denuie Meagher and niece, of brother. Matt Lewis, in Louisville Louisville, have been the guests of rel Thursday. atives here. S rgent W. M. Conniff, of Chica-John r. Hiswell, Sr., has gone to Ga., has be?n the guest iuga Park, Louisville tor a visit to his son, Cole of his mother, Mrs. Adelle Conniff. man Haswell and Mrs. Haswell. Irvington citixens in Louispille last Circuit Clerk Paul Hasham made a week: J. T, Johnson, H. P. Conniff, J. A. T. Adklns, J. M Hern visit to Sample tal Sunday. B. Miss Chlora My Seaton, of Clover- d n, Crl Adkins, J. IJ. Ashcraft, Mes dames W N. Holt, A. T. Adkins and port, was the guest last week of her daughters, Mabel and Nell, Misses Julia cousin, Byron Dejarnette. Lyon and Klizabeth Cain. Miss Elmina Ly ns upent the week Mrs. Robert Glasscock, ot Louisville, end in Garfield as the guest of Miss came down Thursday to attend the O. Nannie Board. E. S. Miss Angle Gibson, of Irvington, The Hoover campaign for food spent Friday and Saturday with Miss is being pressed in this oun Ruth Kinchelot. ty. livery housekeeper will be visited Miss Alta St. Clair, of Webster, has with pledge cards. Committees for this been the guest of her cousin, Miss Beswork have been appointed hire. sie Watlington. A. F. Sclnrdier wants your vote for Misses Ruth and Martha Harned, of marshal of Irvington. Citizens ticket, Garfield; Chelle Shacklett, of BrandenAdv. burg, and Lillian May, of Harned, were The W. M. U. Conference of West the guests of Miss Maud Smith during Central District, which was held here the Association. last Tuesday, was a marked success Miss Ruth Charabliss, of Cloverport, Visitors from Louisville, Hodgenville, Hawesville, Hardinsburg, Glasgow and was the guest of her mother Friday and Harned were present. At the nooa Saturday. hour all present were entertained in Miss Addie K. Eskridge, of Hodgen the home of Mrs. Verdie McGhee with ville, spent Friday and Saturday with a buffet luncheon served by the women her mother, Mrs. Morris Eskridge. of the W. M. S. anil the Baptist conThe Basket Ball team came from gregation. Brandenburg Saturday and played our Kd Morrison is visiting friends in home team. Our team was victorious. Louisville. rt BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN, OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS. Cashier SERVICE CONTENTMENT President- - THE BANK OF ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN Mrs Knurr Avtry and Miss Mat Leaf were in Cloverport shopping Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Graham Polk were in Louisville Saturday to see their son, Judd who is in the hospital at Camp Taylor with pneum:nia fever. Thay reported that his fever had left him and he is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. James Win;hell, Clov erport were in Cannelton Saturday to meet his parents who had just returned from Oklahoma. Mrs. Conrad Biven and daughter, Evelyn are visiting relatives in Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Winchell returned from a three weeks visit with relatives in Oklahoma, Kansas, Illnois and 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits VOTE FOR A T Kvaiuville. Mrs. Charles Hyde and son, Frank Tobin spent the week end with hor sis ter, Mrs U. H. Cummings, Tell City. Mr. and Mrs L. J. Early brought Mr. and Mrs. Winchell up Saturday from Cannelton in their Maxwell. Misses Ethel AM, Ruth Weatherholt and Messrs. Edmond Tinslcy and Sheldon Lee motored to Cannelton Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Q. K. Groves, Mrs. Mary Hawkins, Mrs. Sue Winchell and Vevafi Winchell were in Tell City last BEARD FRYMIRE Several from here attended church at I'aynesville Sunday. Misses Lena and Caroline Rrashear spent Monday with Mrs Will Grant. Lonnie Barr, of Illinois, is visiting his mother, Mrs. I'hrasie Barr. Mrs. Will Shellman sold 35 young roosters last week realizing the nice sum of J5 lt County Court Clerk of Breckinridge County November Election 1917 Carradiue Willis, of Cleveland, Ohio, brother, J. W. Willis. Mrs. Harmon Altlridge, of G.iifi Id, is visiting Mrs. K. C. Saileuwater. A number of our citizens are busy liippiiix ton-liefor the Relief 'Hi; school Louisville made the torches. S im C irden has purchased a fine player piano fio.n the Kransjjill I'jauo C J. T. McKtlvey, salesman Misses Or a llendiicks, Klizabeth Ilix-te- r and Mabel Howard attended the Teachers Association at Hardinsburg F. iday and Saturday. is the guest of his chil-dre- u . HARDINSBURG Howaid H jok has returned to Hat tiesbtirg, Miss., alter a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hnuk. Mr. and Mrs. Gas Broun attended the funeral of Judge Wroe in Clover-poi- t last Thursday Mrs. Will Grant and Mrs. Roscoe Av-iwere in Slephensport Saturday shopping. L. S. Ilrashear was in Hardinsburg Mrs. Hannah Sheeran, who had been and Glen Dean Saturday on business. ill for about a week, died last Thursday Carl Graham, of Ilalltown, spent the night and was buried in St. Romauld's week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. cemetery Saturday. Rev. Norman, asC O. Graham. sisted by Rev. Henry, of Cloverport, Mr. Nap Robertson, of Lodibvrg, spent and Rev. Maloney, of Stanley, held . J. Rob solemn high mass. Mrs. Sheeran if; Thursday night with his by five children, Messrs. Fete, ertson survived s Claude and Fred Dodsou and Pat and Dennie Sneeran, Mru. Marcus Mattingly and Mrs. Lon Jarboe. She Vertis Sketo called on the Misses Rrashear Sunday night. came from Ireland when a small girl. Mr. and Mrs H K Frymire and children and H. I., llruuer were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M J. Robertson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, L. M. Payne spent L S Ilrashear motored to Amnions Sunday afternoon at Mi.lstom- the guest Wednesday with J. A. Carbon and Sam ot Ins aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mr, Kohhins and was ehe guest of Mr. Kob-MJames Weatherholt. Wednesday night. son,-"MMe-sr- Owen Bruner, one of the nicest and most capable young men in the county will be his office Deputy. Mr aud Mrs Aus Barger and daughter, mary Lena, spent Sunday with Iludy Kellum and family, of Lodiburg. Messrs Owon Bruner, Earl Graham, and Myrtis Severs attended the Teachers Association at Hardinsburg, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Robertson aud Miss Malissa Shellman spent Sunday with K. F. Kroush and family, af Shiloh. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Parks and daugh ters, of Lodiburg, spent Sunday with their son, Wallace Parks aud family. J A. Carbon, of Owensboro, and Sam Kobbius, of Amnions, motored here Tuesday and were the guests of S J. Ilrashear and family. Mr Carbod took Mr. Brasbear and family several enjoy. able rides iu his outo. J. A. Carbon, of Owensboro, lectured at the school house, Tuesday night to a large audience on Woodcraft and second issue of Liberty Bouds. He proved to us that we ought to give our little war hits, for if Oerui'tny wins the war we will have to give our large war bits, T0BINSP0RT 'iMfflsWeWkW&i ATTENTION 1 ' ' Have You j FARMERS! Do you want to grow you a good team; we have the mules Housed Your Do You Want to Be a Success? The autobiography of every successful man invariably telU how he earned and saved hit first dollar. Tobacco? We can carry the risk on this high-priced FOR SALE 20 weanling mules 20 yearling mules 20 mules two-year-o- There' a no telling what the morrow will bring forth. It is the man with the ready cash that it prepared for a business opportunity. product for you ld Louisville Stock Market. Hogs Choice heavies, 160 pounds and up, tls ,S", 120 to i65 pounds, '4 5; pigs, $li.65(g$12 80; roughs, II3 U0 down. Sheep and Lambs Best lambs, $15(3 115 SO; seconds. $i0(gU.50; culls, $70 $7.50; bucks, iti 50 down. Best veuls, tit .r0(g12. at small cost. We also have some nice young cattle for sale Isn't it a fact that cash in Can You Afford To? PAUL GOMPTON, Kentucky. Come and see us RESPECTFULLY Hardinsburg, Fire, Tornado and all classes of Insurance. BEHardinsburg, Ky. The Farmers Bank, soldiers in the great war. Tbia month The Courier is making its annual bar gain rate at the reduction of l .00 from the regular price. No one cau afford to rl bank gingers you up? Doesn't it give you confidence? 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