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CLERK. A. T. BEARD. CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COURT W. W. BAXTER Democratic Nominee For Representative of lireckinrhl ft County, Says That He is in Favor of Sul);niltiiig tlie Liq Question to the Voters of Kentucky, and Eliminata LhkrQtiestian Prom P..i;tics as Soon m Possible--. jr skvI swawswHssssssssLui' K to Wars HI w w mi, ... nkH lik. tI H li PM'W o me voters or urecKinrmge 1 . bounty: On uccotint of my wife's HltHfta, and ray own, and serving on : I I again ask your consideration. A. - ,, . 1 . L ' l r . T .- . . .1 . , w a. Aaltno-- s . ,1 . .1 - - " . lie. i . , a 1, . . i 1:1 I ...... h .....:..,. ..li i ...:.i ... u.. : .., with von. in bus ness. it were my own. li I have no crilivin to - mi. tve striven to make an honest omcifil mid to attend to vour business n. i: ike of tny opponent, who is a gentleman and good citizen. ; i a i J : i I . t I only think . - w lieu ifu mii; uuiv nils i 1 SOU WIIKIIUI I - .. i BiiuuiM it: .... WHIWHI .1 u trjv . vi . . -. : inn nr iucii ... : I l i... "i m hum , it iUa .11 ..u,A .i. v. i . ia uuw. i t .1 : .: iiie v a 1,1.1. um . r i I , i . u .I t i ...... - a iu u mi m I t i . 11 t i t urtaer, I oeueve my reoora howi iusi i nave aiways oeen reaay A .. u..u: :j iL.i ... . u .. l Ai k .11 ft uJ i ft co UN i an active part in any move i : . . . i 11 1 ft - . : l - ,. . . w. Ivn m.H i, .11 nti' i it ij i J i . r . i' i nnrl nl li.li ir aA have aisociut d wiib mi ncr nipir iv mm liioihi rji i ihi ii 1 UUL V.Uin.G) I U I . Iff. O.ven Bnioar, of Union Star, a young Ml of high ideals, sterl- iiuiuv nr. msn. w in s rive naiu lii we coiiit; ana serve vo n ir nm . Hoping that you duly ftppr ciate the ... ......... .....I II.. ., COuiinue, intages under wliich I liave made this campaign, .: J T f.... .. m. ..... . V' i "in ii mi i u i survuui, dUftd v . in- I I i ARTHUR T. BEARD. When I entered thfl riOd as a cuididitc f.r Kupresintitivc of Ui'rakiiiridge countv, I diil so because I felt at thit time, as do at thu tim, thr I inn M rtpftMu of lo ling Hficr the interests of I h ive made no criticisms, OftBl.tligtl I hftV II id Uo ii' the people of m v cDimty. Durin.' against any person or cundidate rUHnltlK for uny olfice in this c mnty. I h ivj trie I to make an honorable I am elected or defeated. tight, and have made such a light thai I will hive nothing t n'jrivr, wheih-.iI said before I was nominated, and I still sty at this time, that I ill vote ai use mr influence to bring about a submission of the Liquor (J ics ion t tin; voters of K 'ntu jky khtrdSy elimin iting this question I hive n it gnni into tbf various precincts of this county from politics at the earliest posible in iment. ftftj tftkinf the opposite stand in pretending in one precinct tint I favored ono side of the q another precinct. I don't think that a man that has no more convictions than that should receive tho votes of tho people of Breckinridge e iunty. I have assume the s um p niti n, both before the Primary On the other hand, I h ive not tried to offend peoand since, and have never llinclied from my did n it believe as I thought best. I think th it each and ivory eitistfl lh mid have the ple because they right to assume their own attitude to.vard public questions, and I do not bt: ve in abusing any man when he stands upon an honest conviction. I h ive solicited all factions an classes fh voters to vote for mo as Representative of this county regardless of politics and pjrs inal opinions, b'ciuse I believe that I am able to look after the i terests of the fanners as well as all o"her classes of people. I believe in better schools, better roads and better churches, a. id a great ir alv.incenn.il along all lines of public interest in Breckinridge county. I sincerely ask the v. iters of this county to support me on November the 0th, and your interests shall not be neglected in the L iwer 11 use of ihe Qonoral Anombly of Kentucky in event Very respectfully, I am elected W. W. BAXTER. 1 I I i i - Mr fr 1 ) po-itio- n. I . B CARMAN, CANDIDA ft FOR COUNTY. SHERIFF OF BRECKINRIDGE r"iftl the Voters of Breckinridge County: The oamDaiun is drawing lo a close. I have seen a goodly num- r of the voters of Breckinridge co iftl v an i ftiffoi that 1 have not Custer, Ky. : ...a Ui. il.ui i.... I. ..... ..... ... i.i .. .it . i do by reason of being Ddpnty Sherif and having to attend to my Thrasher-Trumbties as such. Miss Lessie Thrasher, of near Adair, I was born and reared on a farm near . Custer; having . spent i my auu Mr. Eldred Trumbo, of Hawssvllle, , .1 i as a farmer until tour v ara a o. ai wnicu nine i accepted a piace wer married at tho St Paul's parioo-agwh oh i fhee I now bold. As in Oweosboro, Wednesday morniog Deputy Sheriff under A. I . i i o. to my record as Deputy Sheriff, lam very proud to siy that it has t all times been my pleasure to make my settlem mt with the Fiscal Court when called upon. I have tried faithfully and earnestly to ex ecuto, promptly, all papers that has been in my hands, without favor to anyone. All officers take upon themselves an oath to discharge their duty and I feel that I have discharged the duty that was placed upon me. Permit me to say that I am very grateful to the Republican Party forgiving me tho nomination without opposition in the piimary. I feel that we are entitled to a candidate from this section of the county, as we have never had a candidate for County Office of any kind, up to tho present time. Now, taking into consideration my familiarity with the Sheriff's office and the important duties connected with it, I feel that I am capable of discharging those duties in a business way, thereby contributing to a better Breckinridge county. As to mv past life in business affairs and otherwise, 1 stand on my record. Ic is your duty to inspect and inquire I lu.pe you will do it. Also, I will have associated with me three deputies in the paftj son of Messrs W. C. Pate, of Cloverport; W. II. Gibson, of Sample; and J. B. Hottell, of Irvington, who stand on their record as public Mr. Pale and Mr. Gibson having .nerved with me us dep ities men. under A. T. Beard, our present sheriff. Aain, considering my qualifications and my deputies' qualifications, I feel that I can render a service to the people of li ecainnde countv that will merit the confidence placed in me. Trusting that you will take all these things into consideration when y ,.u go to cast vour vole and assuring you that 1 will do every thing in my power to discharge the duties of the office of Sheriff of our county iu a husitiesa way, and sollicking your support, I am, Vote For ROY CAIN For REPRESENTATIVE 8 Of Breckinridge County vi-it XXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXX) Mr. Bikei field, Cal., and i.iter a sfturt W with lit--r parents, Mrs lriim'o will In the "Golden jiirj her l.usband West." II iwesvilli- - Clarion. Smith-Ferr- Kerry's sister, Mrs. Homer ... e J Kerry, who was the first master is m ule of the mar-i- K.ank niech inic of the L. , H. & St. L. ma. hi. Smith anil Mr. Tuns. - tliis The wedding chiue sh ips located i ere. J. cii took p ace in L SalsviUs Fiid tv after by kt-S J Meoxa On The Sick List. Thr bride is the dauxhter of Mr and noon, October 'Jit I U 7 M Ihe parsonage M. L of the who performed It M Warren manager for B. P. Mis. Tims. L. Thraithcr, of A'IhI'. Mr. and Mrs. Trumbo left irumrdiatc-l- the ceretnoif Beard Si Co , is ill at his home and la Mr and Mrs Kerry left immeriiatelv not able to be at hi piace of business, alter the ceremony for a bridal tour, iter which Mr. Trumbo will go to for Wheeling, W. V..., where they will one of hie children has tearlet fsTsr. .1. B. Very respectfully, D 'vvley and Mr. Dowley, before return. in to this city where they will reside. Miss Smith is the daughter of Mrs. K. M Smith and the late Dr. K. M Snilth. M . Kerry is the son of the latt Mr. Carman Announcement of Miss Kerry o i- J . K-- ter, y If You Want Quality, Accuracy ami Service Xlie Ball Optical Co. 613 Fourth Avenue ROBT. J. BALL SUGAR AND BETTER HAVE US MAKE YOUR Q LASSES Louisville, Ky. We Are Manufacturers. "Ask Any Oculist' MRS. UNA K. PENICK. ANSWERS THE UNTRUE CHARGES USEU BY HER OPPONENT AS AN ELECTIONEERING SCHEME ALL OVER Wbra I fltered the Braokinridga County, POTATO RELIEVED W. Sherman Ball for County Attorney SHORTAGE By the Railroads. of Thousands BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY Head Live Stock Saved From Drought. 156,850 Cars Moved by War Board. Har-rie- Sttptrlntendejal of Public School of Washington, Oct ista Fairfax coM.den.tioe and M so sfier Chairman. Railroad' Wat Beerd, not to i or my Myth ng thai a lad raoaM not door siy. I tttbofiaaa the following statement: ' The railroads arc doing ttieir tit to have not MMgM in any way nor il any tint cither l)v referring t my by prodioting what his future course would, relieve the Miar shortage. Telegrams oppo iai record or just received from tlie Sunset Centrnl, to win votes from hi ii. n itiicr lias my opponent uttaced mv record M the Texas Bad Pacific and other railroads I h teacher or Rttmiaor, hut he jioes into the future and says what in ttie suar cane hel; state that a suffwill do, and what I can't do, if the people elect me. He says that if icient iiumher of empty cars are available I am clc, tel. I will have a BUPERVISOK OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS, throughout Louisiana and other cane the entire which will cost the Countv $180U.OO, more than the Superintendent's growing territory to handle also VOTKB8 Of BRECKIN- eSSjS crop. Hundreds of cars have MOB s.lary. I WANT TO SAY TO THK b en moved into ttie Northwest to RIDGE COUNTY, THAT I AM GOING TO 8KB VI THK PEO-PL- tect the sugar beet crop which is already OF Tills COUNTY IN PKBSON, IF ELECTED, AND THAT moving and an adequate supply of cars I ABSOLUTELY, HAVE NEVER THOUGHT OF SUCH A is also on hand to move the Northwest don't need a supervisor patato crop, THING AS HAVING A SUPERVISOR lu Texas the railroads are bending I am cpiali-lieto assist me in the duties of the Superintendent's OIKce. every energy to protect the cattlemen to do the work of this office in every respect. Iff opponent says from loss ot live stock because of drought. . How many houses in Breckinridge Thousands of head of cattle were moved that I can't build a ( Has any voter noticed one It is not from BSStSrS Texas last week into more County has my opponent built fertile pasturage and hundreds of stock Superintendent to build withinthe power of the County cars are now being rushed into the School Law of Kentucky. Neither my opponent or myself Southwestern part of the state in order under the if elected, or when elected can do this. We can only advise with the to make possible a similar movement of County Hoard of Kducation alomr tliese lines. cattle there. In its efforts to get empty freight cars I have not promised the various districts of this County in my campaign, that I would attempt to take this power out of the hands of the into the districts where they arc most needed the Railroads' War Hoard, acting County Hoard and assure me their duties. I want to say that my oppon- through the Commission on Car Service, ent can not take this matter in his own hands. I want to ask my op has moved 140,850 empty cars from one p onent to tell the voters of this County whether or not he intends to railrord to another irrespective of ownerattempt to take the powers of the County Hoard of Kducation in his ship since the first day of May. The orders for these cars since September ist own hands, if he is elected. number 8,905 The lines to which empSECTION !7: Ky SCHOOL LAW: lili; Edition- - PROVIDES; ties have been sent this month and num"THK COUNTY HOARD OF KDUCATION SHALL HAVE THE ber of cars assigned to each are as folPOWER TO PURCHASE, LEASE OH BEN f SCHOOL SITES, lows: New York Central 100 cars; LouisTO BUILD, TO REPAIR AND RENT SCHOOL MOUSES;" Etc., ville and Nashville 1,100 car?-- Canadian lOO cars; San Antonio and ArkanTell the voters whether on not the above is correct, and I invite an Pacific sas Paaa J5O cars; Gall Coast Lines 31O School Law, by each and evcrv voter of the cars; investigation of the Louisiana and Arkansas 69 cars; Count. Don't lake mv word. Louisiana Railway and Navigation Com In my opinion, a candidate for Countv School Superintendent. Deny 17 cars; Oread Trunk 5,00 car should observe the "TEN COMMANDMENTS AS LAID DOWN Norfolk Southern 5") cars; Atlantic Coast Line ,500 cars; Southern Railway IN THK (iOOD BOOK." 26O cars; St Louis Southwestern .j00 I have taught school and have bOM interested in school work for cars; Chicago, Terre Iijttte and Southmore than twelve years. I am qualified to preform each and every eastern 200 cars; Mobile and OMo SOQ xas and Pacific 110 cars; Seaduty pertaining to the Office I seek, and this I will do in person, I cars; need the Office. Investigate my public and private life and see for board Air Line 800 car's; LI I'aso and and yourself whether or not I deserve your support. I have never been Sotttl.w-s- t rn 2i'0 cars; Pittsburg Meni-j 0 carsMeridiau and Lake Lric one minute ite, in all my ex puree IS SOS tSM icr. I have ridden miles phis I5O cars; Tennessee Central lUO to school during the worst ot weather, and have always aone mv duty. cars; Red River and '.u:l 100 cars ami lid nothing again! Sunset Cantral loocara." have nothing to hide from tin public and bav sny candidate in making my campaign. I earnestly solicit the rutenud influence of each rotor of Breckin guest of her mother, Mrs, Pate. ridge County. If you ho tor m with ti e Offl :e I n w seek, I pro n't as Mr. Alison Pate, Owensboro has re- . ,.c ... t r.... 1...: 01 1.:.. "'the i,.,s w you in advance, bftl w l'ivc von an ndmini.- - ration ota.i a airs or brother, Alvin Pate tor a few days. the Olli se. as good as th bait, George Pate lost four calves last week I Am, Sincerely Yours. from eating fiost bitten cane. M,S 1,1 N A K. PENICK. Urickey not f"i- 1 erefl deter-mine- d I 1 d school-house- ? school-house- s Select an attorney for the county as you would for yourself. Its business and its interests, is your business and your interest. The office is not intended as a sinecure for the holder, but as one of service to the people. s. . a r- - (luaiitication. ti- - u a: . ' : 1.1 : rw, ! ft a. 1 a w ' ont- r a. It is not a question of '"WHO rifirtls it," hut J I.. - : ..u: .. u i. a. U . . I 4 r ... at of "Whom do YOU need?" fi: 1 - Li. uffDurnvu i.. ' . u e L challenge comparison of his administration of those ofloM with !iny other for a It' J I. 11 a) oii.Ti in ' il twenty-rtva 1 !t years. I a .1 I uii'i 11 M aaataatamAaw 'i 1 .illiiih .t lil.T Lit A uiv nioj m (tini 11 it mil, 11 I lw. K sat a i a llrnA ut saaawsl u UUa) it v ' ' t 1,1 swa P.v. t ' '' ' ui - L'J1? i.n' v I f J 1 vvuii nun. mil ".Ail i iMuini i m tit nan . 1111 iimti m a. rw- iuviu u,i - iiom , An mJ ui uncuu iL ii ii? : i J ! m ,1 a extent that his critics "may profit by his example. n Democratic Ticket For State Senator H. H. Harrington For Representative W. W. Baxter 51 TO THE VOTERS OF THE TENTH UK AL ZaaAaSamaai l I stNA M iMi .. U KS Ltaa K u . U KbNIUUK al,,, ,rn;A.. x ,.:rAnl l k U.... T ajau.taVlaa.M nn ar mv-pl- ;., a I , I I "" I - . For County Judge Keu Rhodes 'Mi rmvi it'iilrti- him lie liccn Htvollinut.i w nnon the litoinr nnpstton n ku.--.s- i For Sheriff Sam l:x Annrvidnnif ir t,. ninrv in flic irezv. ! 1 I laM rlinf if 11 .? I1.1 ! 11 ill pm JI!uuil T f e 1 in tnA I a. m ii aa will nnrl E4 i!iit The Frost is on the Pumpkin and the Foder is in the Shock. It is high lime to lay in the store of winter reading matter, a hook of more than tv thousand pages in daily installmentIkt ROHHp nd news of the neighborhood, htilliant descriptiona of our soldiers stum s gte.it battle and camp-- , splendid aai ays and editorials, current cartoons and amusing com- is prevented by the Kvansville Couri' 00 during ier to its readers for old) October. Duly I few das left to take advantage ol this ipgOl tunity. The October bargain tale ispnes a' midnight Oct Si. Those who have not yet subscribed should hurry to do so 1 councils, chambers of commerce, Rotary cluba, women's 01 gaui.ations and other! as .nidations from all sections of the ' country. Secretary llaker told the conference th it In wanted the soldiers to have ' that nisi!, e armor, that moral and Intclkc tual armor, that new soldier state of .,;,, .;.., i,.r a,I, was in Hardinshurg Prank Thurs lay on business For County Attorney Moorman Ditto fit J unlli d vprv f a! J. . .a aL Vilifying the Red Cross. Mending Trousers. wives were visiting todon't know what we will do- - my husband is so discouraged Somehow his people do not care to hear him 1, reach, and our salarv is far behind My husband feels so blue that he does not like to visit the people and pray with them, ami so he sits around home nearly all the time." The other sister said: "We are getting along line M v husband spends much of his time visiting, and the people like to have him kieel and I, ray with thaw la their homes Oar congregation! iiri. alwax s good ait.l our s i!.n v is lid uu. 'arouiutlv " Whi e the two sistrra were ta king they were meiidiiig ttousers One was mending her husband's trousers at seat, the other was UK udiiig her husdand's toaisi ts at the knees. Western Chris Use Uaiea. Two pastors' gether One laid: 1 Best War Time Recipe. of all attractive The lin ekeni nlge NW1 is ill receipt I,, ok let entitled, Itest War Time Keceipn issued ny ine aeyai baking Kowdal Co One of the rec. ips contained in the booklet la iven below, It is pecUlly good substitute for hot biacuiU either (or luncheon or supper 2 cupi milk teispooit salt egg '( up corn meal 2 isssssssf Royal biking Powder, Add lieatenegg to milk Mix lli.m. uglily com meal, biking powder and s.i t II FORK FE and stir into the liquid. Pour into hot i gieased eattheit dish .11 bake hut Mr. and .Mrs. Jo) ,tiy and two childoven ,i0 to jo atlaalst fcnrs hot with a ren Roseville spent a ,las l.n.i w,,k spoon from dish in which it was baked. the gu, si ni liis ji.ii l itis, Mr. and Mis, j. m Realty, $3,750,000 For Recreation. W'il ie Pate, liv ausville is ihe gaaat ol his parents. Washington, Oct js Plans win- l.ud Mr and Mrs. bred l)ais and baby hereto day tor the nationwide drive durfrom llarued and Locust Hill the week of November 4 10 to r ise returned ing where they visited relativ. s for a week $j, I'tu.OOu for the war camp community Mr and Mrs. J. M. Heatty spent the recreation Intel to provide wholesome tor I lie mildit-n- i and sU,l.,r ' week end near tlleuDeau the guests of iu the cities around the training camps, their daughter, Mrs James Mattiugly Mr Mattingly. Attending the conference were represeu- Mrs. Addie Camp, Louisville is the itttives of the uatioual aud State defence 11 1 I , k-- It is the part of everv good cili.en and every Red Cross w rker to dei o nice the vicious reports of Red Cross commercial-- i For Assessor ism that are circulated by Prussian spies Sam M.irshall to deceive ignorant 01 thoughtless pervarieties of slansons. There ate a do. der, every story palpably false but all maliciously persistent and all intended to undermine confidence in the Red Cross. The repOftl now persistently put iu For State Senator circulation here have absolute. v di prov-- el Dr. S. P. Parks elsewhere after careful investigation. For Repcesentatlve A Itostou newspaper searched every corRoy J. Cain ner of New Baglsnd for verifuatiott of For County Judge llle de of sweaters and talcs rel:,ti" S., U. 'ayne socks which were made as gifts for sold For County Attorney iers, and loutid not a line of evidence. W. Sherman Hall Boats one ha I "heard it from a friend;" had heard it from another For County Court Clerk tie frii A. T. Beard Meed but nOW bat a could the scandal U- traced to it origin, A few soldiers, For Sheriff b id sold their sweat, is, O eraupplied, J, B. Carman but the Ri d Cross ulways had given free For School Supeiltitendeut ly mil w ith Miprisingly little duplication J. Italeih Meador o, its effort. For Jailer It is a SStaial dev. lnjiiueut of Prussian Abe Meador fSlaeeeasaad daplieity that the Red Croat For Justice of the Peace only rem linlbs V" at, si nd almost t Third District ing baatanitatiaa iuititntioa la the world Horaci McCoy sh mid be tit lacked by l'msstatl ..gents iii tins bate! spirit. Fee the sake of our aoldiei s and ill 01101 of the BorU oi Lick of Charm Cause of Divorce t..c Uteaaaadaol generous gad Red Cron M ulame Sarah Bernhardt, the Kfll' workets let tins- - dirty little w iisperings French actress, in a siwutd STtWe UJ and their at.thois be pu shed. the November issue of Harper's Baz'tr, BqUS en ti e scandalmonger and keep attributes th" numerous divorces thai New York Sun. 0 knitting have come iuto the courts of late years to lack of churtu in the wonieu con11 For School Superintendent Kre. Lma K. l'euick For Jailer Tlei Hendrick laws that will insure the protection of the dry laws, and that will .J f aL.a.i 11 J mean know me, know th.it just exactly what I said. liT ., . l uuvitiou on uuuiii: uuveiiuua us uitwii us m opponent changes his politics. 1 wouia oe very orratetui to my op 1 uuu ti i l caftDira 1... 111 v i . (' iitlll a ,,,r it-- . iUn . J il. oai.j uH,w.i,; 1 jL ft : . 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Mil l'l ft.J 1 right and that 111 UdVlU '' 1 III. i i i !. iii mv iiiiiniii 4J I 1 it. S - I a 1 t KJ J 1 ... MM 1 A. a St I . I I .11 . J v ft. (' ' VI' ! L IU . J ii l ' I... 11 L I . 11 l) I IIII. SI J III (HI . 1111' HL I IS time that the jroneral IlKiMl II It 1 rult-- us laid d own D Vj. . ' 1 Ti. I V lil i ii ; hy mv opponent has bee .T UI L IIS ,'(II1 111 at I , I 1 l li. i neeus, ana i uoimi umi imp Iousmesw cmss in ppopie iipcu some one : : I . &i i lima i auii n ui.tj in uti.-ir Ml'suiu luwui I iiitai a.1 lanutn a,iti J ri iiic, a J a M l j I ' m" mav iii-- i Hlll II 1 Jlt ' iwivii 'ii 1 w ft I . jl it. . ff i . s i in in v i a mon vt'itrs I nun a. ins tue w.m .a . 1 i l. . .. .,.. uooea ... I . lie voti-r- of m i "'' I dgerton due stopped his tt la trout of a futnihouse the other duy, a d asktd the larmer if the train was on the rluht way to UeKalb. Ou ac- count of the high weeds the engineer could not see the track. Atchison Ian Ps 1 Lost On a Kansas Prairie. Tkt lew engineer on the Kock cerned. I -- "If says I stood Mini at the threshold of life," Brrnhaidt, "asking of it 1 I Globe. something with which to buy happiness, ii. n. mm I should beg for charm. For if ooe has charm, she will be lovad. And a woman . .1 , I. must have love to be happv. Beauty love, since.", power." IU,IUU ", hm.. .is, d ics not matter. If a woman has charm But the Divine Surah also says that Baaar reveals the secret. she can secure whatever she wants ihi invaluable quulity can be cultiv I will lie fully and DOM tenuously protet:ted S Come out nnd vote for tno on Novetubor Ctb. I am 8inctrely, ' t vin . aa II . IU TICE HENDRIGK APPEALS VOTERS TO THE COUNTY TO MILLIONS OF POUNDS OFBRECKINRIDGE OF SUGAR FOUND Directory of Cattle and Hog Breeders of Breckinridge County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm Glen Dean, K SUPPORT HIM FOR JAILER. Had Been Hidden rels in Away in Bar- Buffalo and Labeled THE HOWARD I. M. FARMS Prop -- I. B Richardson's store has returned qf the affairs that exist around the County Seat. Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs. near West View. as your Jailer, my purpose shall be to serve the to her horns If I am elected Miss Ida Howell is visiting in Hard Hardinsburg, Ky.. Route 2. people of the County in that capacity and to protect the County pro insburg. in a way that it should bo protected. The erection of the perty Mr. and Mrs. Turn Stinnett and expense County buildings and the repair of same must be done childrtn were gutsts Sunday of his DRURY'S STOCK FARM of the County and at a very heavy expense and it does seem tome parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hill Stinnett. C. H. DRURY Proprietor Mrs. Miner Compton and sister, Miss that there is no officer of the County that has more of this responsii Farmer and Breeder ol lity upon him than don the .litiler of the County. Therefore, it Emma Seaton spent Saturday with should be to the interest of the voters and tax payers of the County Mrs. I. U. Richardson. Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs to select a man for this place whose past experience shows him to be Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Walls, Hardinslike manner. able to do all this in an economical and buisness burg pass d through town snroute to Sows, Boars and Gilts For Sate Again, I would invite your most, careful consideration of this ques- Custer. it beyond expression if you will elect me for irvington. Ky R. F. D. No. tion and shall appreciate Mrs. Tom Gregory and children, your next Jailer and I will look alter vour interests as 1 would look Thomas Jr. snd Ada went to Louisville after my own. bug with a plainly outlined liberty half last w ek to meet George Gregory. I appeal to the voters of Breckinridge County to come to the polls Miss Mary Pile, Washington, D. C. depleted! 1 1 told coloring upon its back. on the 6th dav of November and cist your vote for me. I am. was the guest of her cousin, Mrs. I C. The insect was captured in the bank Very Truly, of which Joe is assistant cashier, and Harm d Monday. TICK HENDBICK, itt-eh- e 'lam now closing my can vans m eanilirlHtfl for Jailer lor Hrcckin-ridg- I County and us time is too short t see raoh ami every voter, desire to ask them through lh aploiDIM of tin- paper to support me for the office I now eek. Time is too abort and Unci-t- l nridge Gunny is too large for any one man to meet face t far" e u h and ever voter and lay Die claims before him. I MtC tried to tt M inunv voids us time would permit hut I am sure thai I have not seen them all. I have never held office in Mreeki iri 'ge County nor lias any of mv family. My opponent has bald Ibia title one unn and poaaibiy one-hal- f of an unexpired term to which he was appointed, lv reason of a long term of office it appears that my Oppon I has become negligent of the duties of his office though he appeals to the voters of'Hreckin-ridg- e County for their support upon his record in cilice; yes, he has had a record behind him which speaks for itself, it only needs an in Mtcck-inridgvestigation. It does seem to me that if I am elected Jailer of County that I can prevent u repetition of the many many escapes which have taken place since my opponent Ins been Jailer thereby causing a heavy and unnecessary expense In the County. I have no criticism to off?r except tint I would invite the attent ion of all honest thinking people to consider this question seriously and decide as to whether or not you aie ready to make a change in some e "Top Crust Flour.'' Agents Busy. B.ifT.ilo, N. Y., Oct. 23 Federal y. I l MIHTIO). Pniiliiat H0WR0 I, SON Federal Secret Service agents reported to Wash Have won KKH) Ribbons at Stale Fairs iiiKlon the discovery in a Buffalo warePast Five Years Dealer In Leaf Tobacco house of million, of pounds of sugar in bigs nnd bariels labeled "top crust ur " Notations on the packages, it was Valley Home Stock Farm w j owen a sou. RsjMM said, indicated that the sugar had bten Dealei in ami Breeders! ciming into the warehouse over a 1 Hardinsburg, Ky.. Route Polled Shorthorn and Durham Cattle. PoA Federal of several moDlhs. land China Hogs and Plymouth agent who made a survey of the content; of the building estimated the Poland China Hogs a Specialty Rock Chickens amount of sugar at 150 cailotdi, or Polled Durham Cattle about 10.0(H), OoO pounds Hardinsburg, Ky., Route 1 Aiound immense piles of sacks containing the sugar the Federal agent said he lound a screen of other articles, ORCHARD HOME FARM Paul Woodrow Wilson while some of the containers marked ' top crust fl iur" actually had Hour Irvington, Ky. 0. P. MAVSEY. Proprietor 11 Glen Damn, Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Polled Durham a d Shorthorn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs Shorthorn Cattle Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Glen Dean, - Ky. Thos. O'Donoghuc Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealer in pi-ri- Ky. Live Stock and Tobacco mm h, The Webster Stock Farm domoii. Omu sprinkled over the outside. BREEDER OP Farmer, Dealer. Breeder and Feeder 'of Farmer and Buyer of Hereford and Jersey Cattle Live Stock and Tobacco Webster, Ky. Park Place G. N. Lyddan Farmer and Feeder Irvington, Ky. This Space For Sale 1 OUR NEW LINE OF BIG SPRING Mrs. Laddie Scatt and son, Fletcher, left last week to make a visit with her son, Harold Scott and Mrs. Scott, i.i Renwick, la. Miss Zelma Strother spent several days the first oT the week with Mrs. Ben L. Stith, of California, at the home of her parints, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hardaway, near Bewleyville. Rev. and Mrs. Shelly, of Columbia, passed through here en route to High Plains to visit relatives, and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Dowell. The following were in Louisville Jast week: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helf, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Prather, Miles Prather, J. W. Moorman, Ed Martin, Misses vT5tah Meador, Blanch Norris, Kuth Witt, Bessie Richardson and Mrs. C. B. Witt. Rev. Deacon rilled his appointment at May's Grove Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Judd Miller surprised their mothers last week, Mrs. Sue Miller and Mrs. Gene Miller, by coming home for a visit from Iowa. Miss Myrtle Moorman is the guest of Mrs. W. A. Hynes at Columbia. Schuyler Martin and Emery Burnett and Misses Marv and Maud Scott attended the show at Elizabethtown. Miss Lillian Vogt, of Louisville, was the week end guest of her sister, Mrs. C. B. Witt. insburg were present. A three course luncheon was served. The school gave I mass meeting Fri day afternoon and interesting talks were made by both teachers and Rev. Meng. Raising flag by Mr. Crit Seatou and liiuch served were two very interesting features. Songs were sung. Miss Anna Hell Clark has returned from a trip to relatives in Indiana. .Miss Hunt, Ows POTO spent the week end with Miss Vera Cunningham. Mrs. W. R Moorman is in Louisville. Mrs Lina K 1'enick was here recently. I. H. Moorman, Black Lick is attending school here Walter Moorman spent last week in the South at the Georgia-Florid- a State Fairs, the judge of catt'e. C V, Robertson was here to see his father Saturday. Dr. Lawerence ostepath of Hardinsburg ma. es trips here. Dr. Overby dentist of Hardinsburg makes trips here also. and Ben H. whether or not it was there because of proximity to Springate, Custer motored here Sun- a des;rc to be in close Liberty Bjnds in the vaults for distriday. bution ro lid not be determined Robert Cox who has had work in Iowa has returned home. Comfort Kits for Soldiers. Mr. and Mrs Krauk Wood and son, Sunday of Mr. Arthur were guests Nothing could bring more pleasure, and Mrs. Amos Wood. satisfaction anil last longer as a ChristOn account of the absence of our mas le nembrarce frcm home for the pastor, Rev. Bratngtoa, Rev. Black of Oldie r boy, than a comfort kit They near Harncd filled the pulpit Oct. ll, can be mailt- of most any kind of heavy Clay Marr, who is at Fort Harrison material that will not show soil. Patvisited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J W. terns for making them can be found in nearly every fashion magazine and Marr last wet-K- . Mr. A. C. l'uinphrev, West View eich bag li supposed to contain the was the guest Sunday of Miss Katie following articles: Dr. K. W. Meador FALL GOODS g Is Open for Your Inspection. We carry the best line of Shoes in town. Come in and see them! Small comb, Tooth brush, Tooth paste, Irvington, 29 (Special) A very interCelebrates 83d Birthday. Small round mirror, esting meeting of the Red Cross chapter Mr. and Mrs Coleman Haswell, of Handkerchiefs, was held at the Methodist church on Louisville, gave a dinner last WednesLead pencil, writing pad, Monday evening The Civilian and Mili- day at their home in honor of the and post cards, tary Relief committees gave full report eighty third birthday of Mr. Haswell's Pocket knlft. of their work and have made excellent Mr. John P. Haswell, Sr. , also father, Shoe laces. plans for future workf. Headquarters have been opened in Gardner's Hall a number of machines have been offered ami placed in the hall and the ladies are quite busy making hospital soldies. Knitters are still hold ing their hands M account of the soar city of material. Mesdaines Nora Hoard, Aile'e ConnilT, S B. Parks, Fred Ilrite and J. M. Hern-do- n were appointed to act on a commit tee for preparing Thanksgiving boxes for those who have gone from our community in service of the (J, S. A. Miss Margaret Conuiff Secretary reported a present membership of 11) Rev P H Ryan and Rev R. B. Reeves were added to the executive committee. Irvington Red Cross Society. Rom Mr. and Mrs. Hufus Kennedy and children will leave soor. for Nebraska where they expect to make their future home. Judge and Mrs. D. D. Dowel! spent Sunday here with relatives. Mr. Norah B'uner and Mrs. Bessie Newton were united in marriage last week. David Penick has bought Port Rom-ie'- s farm near Garfield. Mr. Homme will move to Henry county. Hlack Sewing Cottou No. 30, White Sewing Cotton No. .'to, White Darning Cotton, Needles No. 5, PEYTON & RHODES Hardinsburg, Kentucky. Darning needle, Needle case, Muttons, black aud white, indium size in bags, ll inches, Large thimble, Blunt poiLt sissors, Cake of soap, :xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XX Safety pins, medium size, Common pins, JEWELRY It is GOOD if you huj it here. envelopes It costs no more and you have our guarantee as well as the article you buy. Our guarantee insures the high quality of your purchase, or its return if you hre not Miti-tii-d. Miss Estell Vogt returned home Sunday after having spent a week with her sister, Mrs. C. B. Witt. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Nelson spent several days last week in Louisville. M00K Mr. and Mrs. Wade I'ile and children, Woodroe and Alice visited relatives at Mook last week. Dixon Kskridge and Miss Katy Aldridge spent Sunday with Miss Kdna Bruce. Zelby Tucker left Friday for Illinois. Miss Nettie Aldridge spent Sunday with Miss May Mines. Misses Krcie and Covy Lucas visited Miss Ruby Allgood last week. Live Milner went to Hardinsburg Monday. Mrs. Vita Tucker and daughter, Vera and grandson, Heber spent Sunday with Mrs. Fhidoola Galloway. Clifton Aldridge visited his parents, D. Aldridge last week. Mr, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Tucker and children spent Monday with Mrs. Bettie Hayes. John Pile went to Hardinsburg Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wooslay, Pulls of Rough motored to Mr. Meyer Smith's Sunday. Abe Beck went to Fairfield Monday. GARFIELD. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pool and children, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pool, Mr. end Mrs. Lanoie Pool and baby were guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hufus Kennedy. The Cumberlaln Presbyterian Missionary society met at the church Wed nesday afternoon. Clement Priest is quite ill. Miss Essis Harsh-ySt. Louis who has been visiting relatives here has returned home. Taylor Priest, Camp Taylor was the guest of his parents Wednesday. Misses Anna Smith and Myrta Priest were dinner guests of the Misses Harned. Turn Brunar, Rineville visited here , n GLEN DEAN week. Denton Whitworth who has been in Texas the past few months came home last Mrs. J, R. Wilson beautifully entertained the Red Cross Society last Wednesday afternoon. Ten ladies from Hard Thursday. Miss Nancy Meador who has bad charge of the millnery department at of Louisville, his former home being la H irdiusbui g. The other invited guest was Mrs. Milton Board. Mrs. Board Patato Crop Estimated 41 lived to See even more than Mighty-- t At 452,000,000 Bushels n: ee bir l hda s, ji.st how many more is New York. Oct. IS VThe governmei t nut known, but she is so active and well preserved that it is difficult to beforecast on the lirst war crop of potalieve she had much more than reached toes is 132,000,000 bushels over last year accndiug to an announcement of L. three SCOra aad ten m irk. D Sweet, head of the potato division of the Hailed States food administraMother Goose Play. The second series of entertainments tion, here for the beuetit of the local Red Cio;;s Will Quit Baseball. Society will be given Friday eveniug at by Mrs. J. ProcII, President Ban Chicago, Oct the American Theate. tor Keith, who will present a Mother Johnson of the American League It ft Goose play. tonight for Washington, where tomorrow he will formally oiler his services The play will cousist of forty-threchildren who are to sing in choruses, to the Government in connection with and ?fch "'i'l nm-- r thf nart of oni of th war The American League exthi familiar personages in the Mother ecutive hopes to be accepted for duty Q io.se fables. Besides the children's either in this country or France. He play there will be several musical num- proposes to serve without compensabers rendered by home talent which will tion, Before leaving for the East JohnsoD mike the program very entertaining. said that he is through with baseball until the Kaiser is mopped up. Aged Woman Dies. "Thsre are bigger things than the Mrs. Hannah Sheeran, widow of the national pastime to be looked after late Patrick Sheeran, fell into eternal now," said Ban, "at.il if accepted for sleep on lust Thursday evening at her service I will give up baseball as long home in Hardinsburg. Seuility caused as I remain in the army . " hi death. The funeral was held Fri diy and the remains were interred in Halloween Social St. Komauld's cemetery. The superintendent of the social service Tne deceased is survived by five children, Mis. Margaret Jalboe, Mrs. Ella department of the Kpworth, who is Miss M a;iugly, oi Ku L; Patrick, I )ennie aud Louise Nicholas gave a Holloween social Peter Sheeran, and three brothers, one Tuesday evening for the members of the League and their friends. The League who lives on a faim near Cloverport. room was attracively decorated in lack i Lanterns and Hlack Cats made of Another Liberty Bug card board were strung from the ceiling. Rockport, ind., Oct. 18. Not to b The superintendent and her committee outdone by residents of other cities, bad arranged several entertainments Joe lirown and Mel Savage today dis- enlivened the evening and they served covered a "liberty bug," a small black delightful refreshment. e T. G. LEWIS, Watchmaker :: Hardinsburg, Ky. is Monthly and Annual Report Cards for COUNTRY SCHOOLS The News lias just printed a tew hundred neat and attractive monthly, and annual report 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 C 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. vou remittance. THE BRECKENRIDGE CLOVERPORT, KY. NEWS, Hrffe, - . ' . a ... 1 J.. . THE BKLCKbNKlbGfc NhWS J;)H I). lABtAGt, MM and I uM sher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPO .T. HY., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1917 EIGHT PAGES. Surwrtption price 51.50 Cards of Thanks over a year: 50c for 4 months; 75c for I months. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. If it is not correct please notify us. Obituaries charned tor at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. MOVEMENT. This titration is ono tlvit can M partly Sotvtd by nnr NbtlPMIl population. If every uburhaniip lonk t hi carp u pijr and fed it on the house iriii'l) igp. lip would increap our fat supply ami do mo with out call upon our central fppdinsr ttili-- . In (jrrmanr 4,O0i.Oimj hotft We nppd a Kppp ii pie" movement are supported hv the-- nipan in this country- - and a properly cared for pis? ii no morn insanitary y require some than a doe. Such a movement would chances in village and urban ordinance-- : but the national welfare would be warrant ample for such a c mrse of action. From Mr Hoover's Book. We are orry we can't comply with Mr. Hoover's request of ''Keepine-pi?.' but the ' (iosp. of the lean plate" is practiced o thoroughly in our home th it we don t have enough left to keep a chicken alive let alone a pie. START A "KKKP A-PI- -- p nece-saril- -- a I ( -- on the Kauei's face when Wa should like to see the expre-sio- n over subset ibed its second Liberty he hears that the United State-h:- s Loan. We are elad we hid a very small part in helping to make the German Government realize how unju-- t it has been to Us own people us well as the whole world. Maybe a mall engine to be kept in readiness for reserved power would be a good thing for our city light plant, hither that or we We lost will have to alway- - kepp our lamp- - 'trimmed and burning. several hours woik Monday on account of not having any lights. -- Some candidates are born while others are made, and of the two we prefer the ones that are born, because thy don't lore you with affecting such a social nature just before election. The men who are responsible for hoarding the ten million pounds of sugar proved even more clearly the passage in the Bible where it says: "Be sure your sins will find you out. Remember this is the week you are going to be asked to sign the Hoover I'lpdge Card. If you refuse to sign this pledge you are say ing by that act ''I am tor the Ivai-er. McCruclaa c Bolt , In co oreratinn with FATHER'S LITTLE JOKE. m re i live for the Kentucky Ex- prtiment Ststrnp, hud on exhibition In The Way It Doss Net Imprni Hi tal lull, I he bel legumes for that ih Wife and Daughter. ..f the i antry. This laeladad When a MM I' ii u joke which his f s y bean, will fer-i- il primitive UM Of humor clus ille as eblht va rl. ivn ii on variety. Sweet "the fnnniisl tiring lie has ever heard' clover wis iteMMI in all stages of be hurries bMM I., benr the l.nt lid grout h, a id vat inns cl isses of other hiK to his wife. Luther produces Ml grout dlsirtvery. hut mother' coun legumes tenance by so mitronhle.l remains Ocb ns a Mailt. Nine wives out of ten w ill RM blankly into t lint InterestYOUNG PEOPLE'S ing emptiness to which woman's eyes u t in mi v traveling over her hus arc band's shoulder The tenth mid cruel MISSIONARY SOCIETY est creature will wither her spillse with n penetrating stare which regis tors "I sec nothing absolutely nothing funny in Unit." Had Splendid Monthly Meeting Disgusted and bnlllcd. the husband In Irvinqloi. Social Hour tells the same Joke to his daughter. Her only indication of amusement is a Proved Quite Entertaining. pitying uplift of the eyebrows and a snl. sequent absorption in her knitting. With ids linger on the Inst unbroken jlllagUji, Oct. jo (Special) The hope father approaches his You nit People's Missionary Society of string of nearest masculine relutive. At last the Methodist church met on Priday eve success is his, for his sou or his son-ining. The meeting was conducted hy law or his inn lc roars, applauds and s Misses Ruin Haynes Hook, Nelle slaps him on the back. Father bows to and Susie Thomas 1'ayne. A full Imaginary audiences and compliments report of work was given payment of bis fellow map on his perspicacity and dues and pledges were made in full. bis fortunate possession of a sense of Roll call was responded to hy a majority humor. He pities "those women, those New York of members Miss Mary Hardin's name poor, defective women." Evening Sun. wn a added to the A solo, "The Lord is My Shepherd," was rendered in a very beautiful manner by Miss Mabel THE OLD STARCH DOES IT. dkins to the air of "Flow Gently Sweet Why Collars Crack In Laundering and Afton." How to Save Them. a I'ach member entered from behind In laundering collars and shirts tbc screen as a soldier anil was met by Senfirst thing to be done Is to get (be tinel George Piggott, who gave them or- - Old starch out of them. No amount of de s to advance to the altar, where they washing in water, hot or cold, will represented missionaries of the Louisdo this, for water docs not dissolve ville conference giving a detailed account starch. Cracked collars arc due to the of same. old starch being left In the fabric and M the life and experiences Alter a number of songs and a prayer by new starch being put ou top of it. lu the words of Wright Von Deusen Rev. P H. Ryan, they were dismissed III the National Laundry Journal, "the for a social hour on the church lawn, old starch remaining in the goods cryswhere the boys proceeded to build a big tallizes tinder the bent and pressure of boa fire. The bunch there enjoyed a the ironing machine and puts the fiber marshmallow toast and a pop corn partv. In a brittle condition: hence when bent A number of games were played The for pressing through the finishing maair was filled with patriotic songs and chine It cracks. Remove the old starch, A gala time was spent. litties The and. with the uniform consistency of young people appreciated the presence everything that Is good in new starch, the collar will be so pliable that It can of our new pastor, Rev. I'. H Ryan. be bent between finger and thumb with who is not only capable of filling the t 11 i . am l mmm u ia. jt m r arrrr - i.x3. wmmmmm it TV r IT 1 ML fTltf Isu 1. In 1 W JWK sB1b1 iJu9fl aLv BSal f Every life has u Ad-kin- mm We Offer You its vecemoer. H)ont be old Bank your money and Door. li-- t. HE HUD A CHANCE ONCE. WHEN HE WAS YOUNG HE EARNED MONEY AND COULD HAVE PUT SOME OF IT IN THE BANK. BY NOW, THAT MONEY MIGHT HAVE GROWN TO BE A FORTUNE. AT ANY RATE IT WOULD HAVE BEEN A SNUG SUM TO HAVE, AND WOULD HAVE PROVIDED FOR HIM. EVERY LIFE HAS ITS DECEMBER IF WE LIVE IT OUT. BANK YOUR MONEY WITH US AND HAVE NO FEAR OF THE FUTURE. inuw THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDIN5BURQ, KY. Total Assets Over $850,000.00 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods You can't vote for a pulpit but approves of and participates in good, clean sports little danger of damage." The hotels in our city are complying with Mr. Hoover's request and are having a meatless Tuesday. We will const lve the candidate- - HARNED fm after next Tuesday. FARM AND STOCK. t MM MMM To get the b.st results the fodder should be run through a shredder and stored until needed. 0oo NMV Give Mr. Hoover a chance. His food methods will save the world from being The demand for grain and meats ac Prussianized. cording to the Komi Administration is ooo not only growing but will continue to 1'ork roast is selling in this town at 33 grow as long as the war lasts bat until long after the war closes So it starjes cents per pound. Pig tails are bringing the farmer in hand to grow every hoof 2.S cents each. We remember when old m in "Hutcher" Walters used to whack be can and raise all the grain he can. 'em off and give them to the boys. He ooo always threw in a "mess" of liver with is said that 110,000,001 more ani It every beef roast. Times and prices do TOals in Europe have been killed for change. food tince the war began than have been raised, and that in constquence A writer in the New York Sun says America, Argentine and Australian beef mutton are going to commaud high thit the 20,000,000 families in this counand try by doing without sugar in their tea prices for years to come. So the thing for farmers in Breckenridge county to ana coffee would save one pound of do is to increase their stocks of cattle, sugar per day la each family, or hogs and sheep. If they only increase tnroughout the country a total of pounds per day or 5,200,000 their stock by one head it will run up barrels per year. Figuring sugar at to thousands of dollars. present prices, at around 30 per barrel, aoo woulJ save the Nation $i5li,000,0o0 per Mr. YV. K. Chambers, Gtneral Freight year. Agent of the HadTKa Koute, made a trip over the road last week with l'resi From the drouth-strickeportiou of W S. Texas it is reported that 2S, 0CO head of dent Hudson and Chief Kngint-eMoore. They were looking over the cattle have been moved to other points ro.icl studying conditions with a view to in the south since July 1. the strviie in the Ira Ac de increa parlmeut and satisfy the demauds of Mrs. F. C. English hu:. moved to her the growing busiue s of their road both farm near Skillman. She had to on acon the branch and t lie m.iin line. count of her increased poultry business aoo which has reached a point where she Mr. Chambers sas shippers cau help could not handle it on her place here in railroad traffic wonderfully and get bet town. Mrs. English is a fine poultry ter results tor themselves by speeding woman and is making a success of it. up the BS0VC8MM Of cars by unloading With her increased facilities on htr promptly and not waiting for lime limit. farm sle will be able to supply all de iuau every car promptly ana 10 ineir minds. full capacity. He says his road has the oou best reconl of any road in the country John Bryant, of Mctjuady, was in for prompt aud quick delivery, and town last week. Mr. Br ant has a fine what he needs to keep up this record is poultry plant on his farm and repotts a tbc atiou of all shippers. We line business. He is offering 1)0 White are sure the shippers of Hreckenridge Leghorn hens for sale to reduce his will stock. 000 Ranson Dowell has moved from his here and has employment on the pike work. Mrs. Cell Butler and children, Louis ville are here the guests of Mr. and The Anthracite Jehu. Mrs W O Uutler. The coal cart driver Is nature's most Dr. J. Mathews and Mrs. Mathews wonderful dialeeticiun. He knows all were in Louisville Wednesday shopp- the profane branches of his mother ing tongue. When a coal cart driver obRev C. L. Bruington who has been structs a motornian it is fifty-fiftconducting revival services at Ephesus which insults courtesy most. The pafur the past two weeks closed his pers never mention it because cold print cannot reproduce fervor. meeting Sunday evening. The coal cart driver treats diamonds George Holmes, Eveleigh was the with disresiieet and has no favors for guest of Mr. and Mr, Jas. Holmes millionaires. Why should one kotow who sits upon a dusty fortune? Never! Friday. l'aul May attended the pie "supper And be tosses coal into your cellar as If it were worth no more than Irish potaat New Bethel Friday evening. toes or automobiles. John Kennedy who has been employ Still, for the coal cart driver we have ment at Camp Taylor is visiting rela some veneration. At least be Is not uptives her. He will leave for Florida pish, at least he is democratic, at least he mingles without pride and does not In a few day. wear a wrist watch. Richmond Mrs. H. E Gray was in Louisville The remedy is very simple. It Is that used by most of the largest collar manufacturers the dissolving of the old starch witli a liquid malt e.truct called diastase. This turns the starch Into sugar and takes It out of the fnb- ric- ,le laundry in Troy handles n- 000 dozen collars a week and has so few broken collars that it pays its in spectors a bonus of Sty cents for eucb one found. better manor a ter Jailor than bet- Abe Meador Candidate for'Jailor of Brecken r id g e County. DR. W. tefffivga, IB. TAYLOR. last week. Miss Evelyn Bruington who has been ...PERMANENT... 000 000 improving. The friend of Mr. and Mr. Henry Davis are glad to know he is getting nearer Harned. He recently sold his farm near Big Spring and has bought the Dent farm from Elihn McCoy on Sinking Creek. Clifton Aldrich had a sale Saturday and will leave for Knoxville Illinois to to make his future home. James Moorman, Louisville came for a visit to his mother and other relatives before enlisting in the army. Mrs W. T. Gregory accom pained by Miss Ada Kuth and Thomas Gregory passed through here enroute to Louisville to meet Grovtr Gregory who is enroute from Ohio to New York. He is First Sergent Cletk in the Aviation ill is quit shocked fodder from which the corn has been husked will feed four times as At the recent McCracken County Fair much stock as the ordiuary stock field. P. J. Plggett, Jr., the county agent ot Farmers iu Missouri have increased their wheat yield largely by using straw as a top dressing. It prevents the wheat from drying out and also tends to prevent smothering by ice sheets. Ii also keeps the sno.w from blowing off and it also fertilizes the soil Our farminas, they were put ou the market. Now ers ought to try this. they can ship once a week and reach 000 the market in less than six hours and at More live stock means greater a less cost. This is not only true of ty; greater fertility means larger fertill yields cattle aud hogs, but of everything the per acre; increased production per acre farmer has to sell. He is aot only in means more net to the farmer and touch with the Louisville markets but should meau a less cost both of raw mathe markets of the world. terials for manufacture and of food suo plies to the consumer. 000 Every farmer The corn shock ii a valuable food should exercise his power and influence product for stock and should be taken in making live stock credits more abuncare of. Feeders claim that a field cf dant and less expeusive. The best friend the farmer has Is the railroad. This is especially true of the farmers iu Hreckenridge county. The writer remembers wheu it took a week or ten days to put a buncn of bogs or cattle ou the Louisville market. And about once a year, aloug near Christ- 000 000 Corps (iOlh, Squadron. Mrs Hosa Hilton is in Louisville for an indefinite visit with her children. Mrs H B Moorman and daughter Mary Louise are home from a visit to relatives and friends in Louisville. Misses Ruth and Martha Harned from Garfield were visitors in town Saturday. The Crow Family. The crow family, to which the rook belongs, is pluced by ornithologists at the head of the bird world, us being more highly organized thau any other Linnaeus gave the post of honor to the eagles been use of their kingly quality of rapacity. The eagles were then dethroned In favor of the tbrushe by reason of the higher development of their vocal organs, but two great authorities on ornithology. Professor r und Professor Newton, agreed In assigning the highest place to the e ou accouut of their "wit and wisdom," their development of social bah Its, their "subraiiouality" and their possession of larger brain in proor-tloto the weight of the body thau those of any other birds. I'ar-Ueu 000 Subscribe for The News Bessarabia. The original Inhabitants of Bessarabia are believed to have been Cimmerians, after whom came the Scythians. Always Id office during Office Inligtoi, Kj. ft) ft' bOUTH P. rn. Because it was the key to one of the approaches toward the empire of Byzantium the province was invaded by many successive races during the Willie'Macy visited his uncle, Mr. Solearly centuries of the Christian era. LODIBURG omon Hanks, of Stephensport, last SatTrajan Incorporated it with the provurday and Sunday. ince of Iiacia, and in the next century Mrs. Daisy Payne visited her husband, the Goths Ktired Into it, to be followa News Want Ad. Now ed In turn by the Huns, the Avars and Charlie Payne, of I.oukville, last ween. the Bulgarians. In the seventh cenand Mrs Harman Mrs Charlie Avitt tury u Thraciaii tribe, known us the Bessl, settled there und gave to the Parks were iu l.outsville last week to see their sons who are at Camp Zachary land its name. Dr, R. I. Stephenson, of Hardinsburg, Taylor. ol Mil Pall) wes in town Thursday. Universal and Eternal. George and Ab Robertson, "Yes, life Is universal and eternal, Mo., anil Sain Robertsen, of Arkansas, W. J. Schopp was in Louisville Sun-dn- y. for time is one of Its factors jester were called to the bedside of their fath duy the moon, toduy the earth, tomor- er, Mr. Allen Robertson, who is very-loMrs.H, A. Ater and children were the row Jupiter. In space there are craand not expected to live many days. guests last week of her parents, Mr. and dles ami tombs. The red carbon stars Mrs Kitty Hasliam, of McHall, Mo., Mrs. Junellandy, at I.odiburg. will soon he deiul ; the hydrogen stars, like Vega und Shins, are the stars of wiio lias been visiting her parents for Air. and Mrs. C. A. Tiuius entertained the future; I'rocyon, Cupel la anil past month, returned home last week. the young folks at their home Friday are the stars of the present. Mrs Harrison Ashcraft. of Irvingtoti, evening, seems to be already an an visited her grandmother, Mrs. Polly Mrs. KminaMcKaughu was the week tu in fruit." So said Flaminarlon. Dulschke, last week. end guest of her son, A. C. McKaughn, The protracted meeting that was to and Mrs. McKaughn, at Cloverport. Sportingly Considered. "Hemeuibcr the story of the hare and have begun at Walnut Grove last Sun r Mrs. H. I, Rice, after spending a few the tortoise?" day was postponed 011 account of the days with her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. P. "Yes," replied Erastus I'lnkJey. "But neighborhood being full of the measles. D. Hawkins, returned Tuesday to her dat story don't tell you nuttin 'bout de Most every family has it. borne in Louisville. odds dat was posted iijiin de tortoise. James Wadlington, of Union Star, Prof. H. A. Ater and daughter, Helen, Dem long shots do eome hi sometimes, but you kain't 'pend on 'em. "Washi- visited his daughter, Mrs. Daisy Payne, were guests of relatives at Lodiburg Satngton Star. last week. urday D. K. Deacon and daughter, Willie W.J Dieck man. who has emp'oy ment Miefits at the Bargain Sale. May, were in Louisville last week buy- at Leavenworth, 1ml spent the week Nell I stopped In at a bargain sale ing goods. end here with his family. today. Prist- - DM you see anything Mr. and Mrs Collinsworth stopped at looked real eheapT that Mrs. Chas. Wsggoner and Mrs. A. B. Nell Yes; the Cox Hotel over night enroute to Cashman were in Cloverport Monday. several men waiting for their wives. Philadelphia Ledger. visit Mr. aud Mrs. Taylor Compton at Mrs. Sarah Dunn, of Mystic, was the Kayuioud. guest of friends Saturday and Sunday. Conceit. Mrs. K. 11. Cox, of Union Stsr, visited "Pa. what Is a conceit?" J. B. Carman. "A mental disease, my boy, that Is a few days last week with her son, Mr. dangerous only when it becomes chron- G. R. Cox, last week. ic." Detroit Tree Press. Mr. G. R. Cox was in I,ouisville last Candidate for Sheriff is at hi tuAi werk buying goods. near Cuitar with measles Hi friend The Old, Old Story Boiled Down. Charlie Macy visited Mrs Macy's missed him at Hardlntburg Monday. She (early In the evening) Good evening, Mr Sampson. Same She (late father, John Tindall, of Cloverport, last in the eveiilugt (Jood night, Cieorge. week. Subscribe For News DENTIST Try STEPHENSPORT Arc-turn- s 11 The fShe Bracken ridge News. OCT. .11, 1917 WEDNKSPAY, fiC(in(1 Burn, Mis Cleonn Weatherholt, Miss E (her Puttie, Mi s R ty Heyser a:.d Wilbur Chapin. Leonard Ot'i.- went to Louisville inday. W P. Or,il:am, wife and tvo chi'-- d en, were here hist w- - k vi iiin! ttu T MM, Mr Clytra Me awn. Mr. and M's. I, D AddpMl were at Hardinsburg Thursday attending court. See pordsvilie il'aning Mill Company's prices of good, reliable OuWBWlU n They Knblier Roofing ill lliis paper have a nice assortment of Roofing with prices that will please you. Samples furnished upon request. Miss Maud Barry, Miss Lillian Pols--, Paul Edward Bailf and Samuel Conrad attended the district met t ' ing of the Epwotth League in Green vllle on Saturday and Sunday of last week. They will give a report of the meeting Sunday. November 4, at 6:45 in the Kpworth Leagueroom. On Saturday evening the following young people hid an oyster supper at the home of Miss Lenora McGavock: Miss Jeanette Burn, Miss Carrie Mae Bonner, Miss Lucile Hardin, Miss Mil dred Babbage and Miss Mary McGav-ock- , Vivian Pierce, Andrew Ashby, Lafe Behen and M. M. Denton. - PROPHET TELLS OF WAR'S END German Three Monk in Announcement. For Appellate Judge We are an' hor r. ! to BMWMM tie V. !lennn as a candidate name of for the I) t.i- .r .tlc nomination for AtM I Rntcrod ut tht Post nffltre ut Clnvrrport. Kj Us- - I...IM. r M HIS BAPFR REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING DY THE rlge fiom the pell.ite in the prim irt August, , hMkl li'ls District, 1701 Fixed I Here Are a Few Suggestions To Conform With The Saving Plan as a la Hoover Menu. I I Years ari Five Months of Strife. ENTRY FORETOLD I Advised I I A. . Classified NEW YORK AND CHICAGO GENERAL OFFICES INCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIF? ANNOUNCF.vlF.NTS AMERICAN Document ADVERTISEMENTS RATE I4TF.S FOR POLITICAL Ic Per Word Each Insertion Mow to sa vc Sugar Utt Syrup, Sorghum, Mo- IMII, HotlCy, Dates, PrUMfl, RaitinS, Jains, 1 i 14 . For Precinct nnd city Offices f 3 50 5 00 For County Office $ 15.00 For SUte and District Offices 10 for Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For All Publications in tfae interest of itidividnala or expression 10 Of Individual views per line tery d Discovered in Old MonasMecklenburg Describes "Wagons Without Horses" and "Fiery Dragons of the Air." In Xotf Advertisers vliin vou w.ini Mlvrrtmrrnclc pit'Hsi notify the editor uni n . Jellies, Fruit Butter. To save Hour Um Corn Hour, Rolled Oats. Meal, Hut k WAN pi f at 1 1:1) bed Ap wheat WANTBn 1 1).- Train Schedule on The No. 141 L, Ft. & St. L. R'y. Effective June 17, 1917. 9:l A. M. 10:11 EAST BOUND Arriving Irvlniton ArrlTlns Louisville will leave Cloverport Arriving Irvlnftton Arriving Louisville No. 14willleavoClovernort Arriving Irvtnaton Arriving Louisville No. 144 will leave Cloverport IfcIS 5 0 7:40 5:08 S:M 7:25 10 57 12:011 M A. M. P. M. F. M. P. M. P. M. A M. A. M. A. M. A. M. CHURCHES OBSERVED PRAYER Methodist WEST BOUND will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leave Cloverport Arriving Flawesvllle Arriving Owtnsboro No. 145 will leave Cloverport ArrlvlngOwensnoro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving at. Louis No. 147 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson No. 141 1:58 P. M. 1:23 7.40 P.M. 7:45 P. M. :W P- M. 9:00 P. M. UH P. M. 1:00 A.M. 1:50 A. M. 2:17 A.M. 7:40 A.M. :30 A. M. 7:46 A. M. 8:00 A.M. P.M. P.M. OAYJ Busy Day In the Church. Soldiers $10 Collected For Recreation Fund. . Martin Luther Celebration. Sunday was an unusual day in the Cloverport Methotlist Church from the fact that there were four "Special" Oc casions which were to be observed on Sunday, Oct. 28, and it Kept the pastor, W. L Baker, busy trying to make mention of each "Special." In compliance with the President's proclamation, a day of prayer for the success of the American arms at war, was observed, in both the Baptist and Methodist churches Tlieu'it was "Sol diers Day" in the Methodist church and a collection amounting tj tiD.50 was taken which will be sent to Dr. Prank Thomas in Louisville to be used in help ing to provide entertainment in the churches of that city for the soldier boys in Camp Zachary Taylor. The nation wide food conservation pledge card campaign which is in this week was launched from the Methodist pulpit at the morning service and at the evening hour. Rev. Baker gave an interesting account of the life of Martiu Luther whose four hundredth annivers ary will be celebrated Oct. 3I. HIMIIIIHIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHtMIMIKIIIIIIIIIMimilllMIIIM ! LOCAL ITEMS. S I i I Of a Personal and Business Nature Gathered for Our Busy : : I Readers. I tiiiiiiHiitiiiHiiMiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiMiiMiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiimtittHimiiiitiiimiiHiiiiiiiiHtni Mrs. Frank Payne is in Louisville this week. Mrs. Hugh Wood spent Tuesday in Louisville. Miss Irene Jarboe will be hostess to the Wednesday Club this week. W. A. Cook, of Louisville, was the guest Sunday of Miss Daisy Christ. Miss I .idle Hardin, of Holt, was the week end guest of the Misses McUav-ocic. Copenhagen. In the razing of the old inoiinstory of the Holy Ghost In Wlsmur, Mecklenburg, nn old Wide was found which contained a remarkable prophecy regarding the present world war. It was written In 1701 by one of the monks on parchment that is now yellow nnd seared with nge. It Is now on exhibition In a glass case In the city hall of Wlsmnr. So much publicity has been given to the prophecy in the pnpers of Germany that thousands have flocked to Wlsmnr to see it. The prophecy not only gives the cause of the war, but nlsto Indicates Up to the the countries engaged. present it has been nmnzltigly accurate. It docs not exactly state that Germany will be victorious, hut Indicates how long the war will last, when the decisive battle will be fought, and where and when peace will come, and adds that Germany will continue to exist as a power for many years. A translation of the writing on the parchment Is as follows: "When Malignity and Hatred Rule" "Lord, have mercy on thy people despite the fact that they are turning more and more uway from thee; that they are destroying thy monasteries und cloisters and forgetting thee. A time will come in Ktirope when these people will feel the weight of thy hund, when malignity nnd hatred will rtile. It will be ut n time when the papal sent will be vacant, nnd the conflagration will come as the result of the murder of u prince. Seven nations will rise ugainst the eagle with one head and the eagle with two heads. The birds will defend themselves furiously and viciously with their talons, nnd their wlni;s will protect their peoples. A prince from their very midst, a sovereign who mounts his horse from the WNBf side, will be encomHis passed by n wall of enemies. slogan will be 'Onward with God!' The Almighty God will lead him from victory to victory and many will meet To fmj News orhYc. foar-vpst- or WANTED Tn Ihijt a Hrst etasa Hint Drw. at be iiior 'inrii'y bfpfcea ami fust -- M. u, Haafd, llitnlleshiirtf. Ity WANTED MISCELLEANOUS You to niuke extra money by WANTKI renting Unit spure room or your vm" nt noun i.v running u Want Ad. In THE HUE CKENIUDUE NEWS. The Things to Make Rye Bread, ( rraham Bread, Wholewheat Bread, Corn Bread, Hoe Cake, Pan- Si cakes, Oat Meal Cookine, Muffins, Rye Rolls. To save Meat Use Eggs, Poultry, Gtmt, Fish, Salmon, Nuts. Rab-hit- s, I RW SALE ft,M Bern I A LI -- . o. whit LapJseraa. aNml hens at millets at SI. each: SO year-olSatisfaction ynuriintced.-Uree- n Mill Poultrv Karm. .1. T. Ilryant, Mumtgcr, Mi i.'u.civ Kr. KOIt SALK Tree doe; old; reason For selling, no chance to hunt Satisfaction guaranteed. C. P. Lane. Cloverport, Ky. POM fill ST 1 In place of Animal Fats- - Use Olive Oil, Vegetable C 'ompound, Peanut Butter, Cheese. FOR SAt.K -- Two pool tables In good condition- Apply at The llrrcklnrldge Hank of CloverpO! t. KOH HALF -- Farm so acres near OaHMttj good com and tohacco land; .5 Bflffta In woods; goo. I dwelling; cistern at door; out huilJIngs good ; young orrihard For further Information and price write W. P. Itomluc, Oartleld. Ky. J. C. NOLTE & BRO. CLOVERPORT, KY. FOR PALS A lot of good Milk Cows Beard Hros.. II irdlns1 urg. Ky. Dr. J. C. OVERBY DENTIST Located perm.iuently in Hardiosb.TK, by THINGS TO REMEMBER 1. oceupting otlice recently vacated Dr. Walker. The vital necessity for the rotation and iliversiiintl t ion of lield crops. BLINDNESS, IS FREE FEIGNS French Professor in Military Prison Deceives Germans by Remarkable Will Power. The importance ot livestock as manent iculture. lie foutnlation of of a of per- ai Paris. A professor of the Snrbnnno, the cront French university, recently obtained his release from a Oermati Military prison by a remarkable exercise of will power. He fell Ictfl the X. The advantage irining industry in our community. f torn the development : dairying Jesse Miller, of Sample, candidate for deputy sheriff in this district, was in town Monday. Mrs. Chas. Waggoner and Mrs E. A Sheilman, of Stephensport, were here Monday shopping. Miss Sarah Fallon spent the week end in Maceo the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Joe Fallon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry May and their daughter, Miss Dorothy May, were in Louisville Saturday shopping. Miss Mildred Babtage will be hostess to the Friday Club on Saturday afternoon of this week from 3 to 5 o'clock. Miss Mary Owen Oelzeis in Louisville staying with her grandmother. Mrs. H. A. Oelze, who is at the Jewish Hospital seriously ill. Mrs. W. L. Arnold and daughter, Miss Mary Bernice Arnold, of Louisville, were here last week for several days the guests of Mrs. Joe Moirison. Miss Ray Lewis Heyssr and Miss Esther Payne were in Owensboro last Thursday and purchased a piano for the junior department of the Baptist Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wilson and sons, Earl and Paul, motored to Payneville Monday and were accompanied home by Mrs. Wilson's mother, Mrs. John Mattingly, who will spend the winter Food Campaign Committee. Miss Leonora McGavock, who has been made chairman of the Cloverport district for the Nation wide Food Campaign which is on this week, lias ap pointed the following ladies to make a e canvass asking the house holders to sign the Hoover Pledge Cards The committee will wear the Hoover Badges during their canvassing and each one has been assigned a certain section of the town. Miss Tula Babbage, Main St.; Miss Mary McGavock, Breckenridge Edition; Miss Jeanette Burn and Miss McGavock, West End; Miss May Dee Chapin and Miss Lora Carsou, Ivtstland; Miss Louise Weatherholt, East End and High St ; Miss Chlora Mae Seatou and Miss Selma Sipple, The Hill. house-to-hous- Louisville Stock Market. -0 Hogs Choice heavies, HI5 pounds to lti." pouuds. US; and up, $16; pigs, t; roughs, $14 40 down. Calves Best veals, $ll('tliij medium, $8(w$il; common, SjtfjSi here. Sheep and Lambs Best lambs, $14.50 Peyton Basham and daughter. Miss (a$io; seconds, flOgt 1 j culls, $7t Zilla Basham, of Albany, Mo , who $7 50. Best sheep, WetgS 50; tucks, have been visiting in Stephensport, $0 50 down. were guests of Mrs. J. M. Fitch Saturday before returning to their home in Albany. ABE MEADOR. Paul Lewis was host to a picture show SltiimH 1 (heir death. "There will be wagons without horses, and llery dragons will fly through the air dropping fire and sulphur und destroying cities nnd villages. The people will turn to God. The terrible war will last three years and five months. The time will come when food can neither lie sold nor bought, and bread will lie carefully distributed. The seas will be tinged with blood nnd men will He in wait uu der the wuvesj for their prey." America's Entry Foretold. Here follows a reference to America, which was in those times often referred to us the "country of the seven stars." "The people of the Seven Stars will attack the ring of steel and suddenly full upon the bearded nation In the rear und rend It In twain. The whole of the lower lthlne will tremble, but nevertheless will endure to the end. "The land to the west will be one vust desolation, and the land In the ocean will, with Its king, be crushed and suffer all the pangs of hunger. The land of the bearded people will still endure for u long time to come, and following the war the world will be united in one great brotherhood. "The victors will carry a cross, and between four small cities and four stceplfs of equal height the decisive buttle will be fought. Hetween two linden trees the victor will full upon his knees before his army, lift his hands to heaven and thank God. Following this all ungodliness will disappear; the Indecent dances that prevailed before the war will be seen no more, und God will reign In church, state and family. "The war will commence when the grain is ripening and will reach its height when the cherries bloom for the third time. Peace will be consummated by the prince In time for the Christinas muss." hands of the Hermans In 181B, Peeid- Inc at once to get free In some way. he feigned blindness. From that time It was linpossihli- for' the fjerrnan military tloetors or eye specialists to catch him olT his guard. They subjected him to the severest known tests. He was tortured by ways of verifying sightlessness. Inn never once departed from a fixed blank gaze. lie was finally declared totally blind, and included in a recent exchnnge of permanently disabled prisoners. - Moboli-- d dollars are as certain a protection (o the individual and (o 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 lie ol assistance to tho.-- who wish to open new bank acoountl or to those who wish to atld to accounts they are already carrying. It wanls with all money mohilizeis. to e FIRST STATE BANK W : Irvington, Ky. J. PIOOOTT, M, HBKNOON, resident Vk Praatdaaa j. j. C. l'AYNK, Catkin J. L. i.ydkan, Ass't Caafcict PLAN HOTEL CLEARING HOUSE New York Haa Scheme to Save Via. itora Inconvenience in Locating Accommodations. New York. A hotel clearing-house- , with the object of locating without de ltiy sultnble rooms for visitors when the hotels are filled, will be inaugurated, under the utisplces of the Hotel association of New York city. Tht congested condition of hotels here at certain times during the year, as during the present world's baseball series, where visitors who fulled to make reservations were unable to find without considerable trouble, led to tin1 decision to organize the clearing-house- . Under the new arrangement the hotel keepers believt that the troubles of the busines sojourner In New York are at mi east, ftceotn-modation- s ; Buying Your Coal Now! Will not save you but a little money, yet it insures you against a shortage this Win- ter. We are selling Basket Screened Lump t 15c delivered. ORDER NOW. City Coal Co.. k jjj fc James J. Burke, Proprietor i HEADS POLICEWOMEN Thrift Is Now a r National Slogan 1 party and oyster supper Saturday eveAll German newspapers have comning. His guests were: Miss Edith the present County Jailor, and a candi mented on this amazing prophecy. "It Is remurkuble," says oue paper, wants you to redate for predictmember him when you cast your vote "how accurately this monk has occured events as they have thus far next Tuesday. We sincerely hope that the red. THE "QUAKER MAID" He has made a faithful and accomlonged-fo- r peace will come, us he Hays, modating officer an officer that always In order that we all may breathe freemeets you with a smile and a hearty Operating a chain of cash groly ugaln." handshake and is ready to show vou a cery stores in Louisville are Farmhand. courtesy when you visit the court-housWoman Worked open to buy: Louisville. After laboring for more He will appreciate your vote and inPotatoes, Eggs, Navy Beans, fluence on next Tuesday. than a yeur us a furmhand In order to support herself and Infant child, Ada Onions, Sorghum and other McGubblus grew tired of such manual Got His Answer. Farm Products. labor and sought a divorce from DaMarket Dr. Valeria II. l'urker ut Uurtford, A facetious gallant at Oceuu (June vid McCubblus, a farmer, and her Prices paid, no commission took a little girl ou his knee and s:uu. prayer wus answered by Judge Wal-luc- Couu., la the llrst wotuuu nollceinau ever to.be given supervUlou over oth"I don't love you, NelUe." deducted. Write, or er stute policemen in the United All the ladles on the veruuda laughStates. Sho la devoting her time to ed, but little Nellie frowned and said: phone 1,000 Boys. Job for interesting thoughtless and cureleas "You've got to love me; you've got I" Little Hock, Ark. "Boy wanted girls neur the military camps ut New to." This sign decorates u hundred or more The Quaker Maid, Inc. "Got to! How so?" laughed the man. shop window. Statisticians have es- London, Conn., In recreation rooms and clubs. She has supervision over stoutly, "Because," said Nellie timated that 1,000 boys are needed n ttvo other policewomen. 6SI Watt Market It. "you've got to love them that hate fill Jobs in Utile Hock. Telegraph you, and I hate you, goodness Uuows!" Louisville, Kentucky companies ure employing girls to carry -- Washington Mar Now is the time to Subscribe messages. 0 The American people are They resent thm waking up. charge that they are wasteful. Bank deposit all over the countr y are increasing by leaps and bounds. Are you a depositor ? If you are not, join the finan-ciMan- al call preparedness army. age to lay aside a certain amount of cash. We'll be glad to explain our banking system. The Farmers Bank. - Hardinsburq. Ky. Try Us for Job Printing ' The Girl Who Was a Soldier Boy How I Went "Over There" With Pershing ' Division By HAZEL CARTER Ilaiel Carter of Douglas, Aril., If a young woman, twenty two, whose Young htifhanil. Corporal John J. Curler of the United States army, was onlercil to Franc with the IVrshlng expedition. determined to accompany him, he obtained a soldier's uniform and fell in as a private on his departure. She was five days at sea on tho transport before she was discovered and was returned home against her wishes Copyright 1917 by Bell Syndic alt. Int Mrs ' ' think It was the fifth day we wore under way they got me. I could hear the men singing and drilling. The routine of the army was going on as If nothing had happened. How I longed to he hack In my old place among them ns a doughboy! All I bad now were the clothes. Just memhad to stick ories of my soldiering. to them because there was nothing else on board for me to wear. I did not sec my hushnnd for two days. It was hard to know he was on the ship, only a few feet away, and yet I could not even speak to him. I begged so hard to see him that they finally let him up. and after that he was allowed to comu to me when he was off duty. lie told me the men were getting anxious to land. They had recovered from Ihelr seasickness and wanted to see what It was like "over there." All As their were in the best of health. appetites returned they complained more and more about their rations, which Is to be expected. At mess one evening a homesick Sammy talked about the deep dish huckleberry pie his mother used to make. He almost caused o riot. "You'll lie plckin' berries oHt of the olr soon, bo, lead ones." said a Sammy, who bad eaten his pie mostly off of lunch counters all his life. I'or the BMSl pari those were dreary days for me. as I saw my husband only for a short time when lie did fti Up to my prison. could hear Outside nil the noises of the Iroofss noises that bml sonneted so sweet in my cars before. There were the . alls erf the crap players, the plaintive music of Iho ukelele, no lunger southing to me now. and the bsrmonlalns of the old sad tunes Previously ihe accomplished player of the "tike" bad been the ne'sr popular man on board, and he was yet I for all I know, but not with me Would hare ked t" kill bin w hen he tuned up. Much time wits on my hands for I was thinking. proud Of the respect these soldiers of I'm It; .Mini had shown me -- a girl -- when they had every op porttinity to take advantage of me with me living among them as one of the I gang. am speaking of those who Were aware of my presence on board They ought to make a line reiord In France, both in and out of the trenches. I was also proud I hadn't been seasick, although I had never been on had shown up the ocean before. some of the rookies In this respect anyway, for they had been a seasick crowd. Neither had I lied any fear of submarines, even though I cannot swim a ( Stroke. This was more than some of tie recruits could say Several of them 4ud been very open pored as they broke Into sweats of pure fear with eacb submarine alarm for drill purposes. I felt, perhaps, I would lit better in the trenches than they would. About noon one day I heard a great Men were muSSOUBOtlou on board. lling back ward and forward, shouting Things and calling to one another. were being moved in a hurry. The whole ship throbbed with new life. I tried to discover lbs causa of the excitement by peeping through By single A porthole, but could see nothing. guard CSSM 10 my doOf and knocked. I 1 I THE CHAPTER V. No France For Me. rest of the trip wns tinder After a long Brittle Ihe bustle on hoard censed The Ihivs were going. I could hear the shouts of welcome on the vie lie and the music of Ihe brass bands Itrass bands reminded me of home and the good old days at the camp In Pong las I started to rave again. I threw myself on my berth Some one picked me up In a pair of strong arms and stood me on the Ihmr. I let out one It was the war whoop of happiness "old man "I've gol permission to stay on board here with you until Monday, kiddle." "In the meantime Ihe he told me boys arc lining to get busy and do Ihelr daiiidest to grab you a Job over here." Then anil there we did a sole; and Ml inlay. This was ouly Satdance Anything could happen In that urday time. Even peace migln: be declared. will call it off. "Maybe Hill and aft can go hack home together," my husband consoled me. We went up on dock. The transports were all around us. Some of them had already unloaded, while others were waiting to pour their streams of Sammies out on the shore of France. Crowds lined the Flags were flying shores and piers everywhere and people were In their holiday clothes. All the children carried flowers, which they gave to the Sammies. The welcome mat was spread all over the place. "They seem to lie sort f glad to see us," remarked the guard, who was nev er far away. "We're as welcome as a pint bottle at n picnic for two." All day Sunday and Monday we waited for news nbout my landing, but none came. We had not seen the boys They had since they went ashore. gone bnmedlately In their quarters In or beyond the town. My husband had orders to report for duty Monday afternoon. As the time when be must go drew near I grew panicky. I want to say right here that on sev-eroccasions while we were In port I could have ducked ashore. I did not do It because I knew If I was caught again some one else would get Into trouble, und I could not stand for that after they had been so kind to mo. At 4 o'clock he told me he had to go and report. His face was white and drawn, but he forced n smile and tried to keep cheerful. "Let me see that you are a sure enough soldlei's sweetheart," he said. "Buck up, kiddie. You're a game girl. You Cams all this way for me." "Yes. and now I have to go back Without you." I sobbed. "Don't let a little thing like that discourage you. honey f!o home and take a ran down in Kentucky to see moth Of, Tell her inn well nnd doing all right. No DOC be bullet Is going to get inc. Then, if you still want to come over, join Ihe lted Cross. I'll work night ami day to see you are sent SBSfltWhafS near us. lie good, kiddie Wait for me." I don't know whet hef ha said any more or not. I was crying so hard 1 couldn't hear I ran to Ihe rail lie was going over the side He did not look back. He was a regular soldier. I Understood. I fell In a heap on Ihe deck. After that I do nut remember. While I had been saying goodby to my husband on the deck of the r 1 transport the guards turned their backs and pretended to be busy. They told me afterward that when they saw me rush to the rail they had the scare of their lives. They thought I was going to Jump over after him They reached me just as I crumpled up on the deck. The lirst thing I remember hearing was the voice of a sea man who had been sent on en errand for Ihe "medic." "A woman makes a h I of a soldier," he was complaining. "If they ever got out In a good, stiff battle and things began to look tough for them the whole d d army would go to work nnd faint." "What arc you blowlu' nbout?" said one of my personal guards, who was always willing to give me all the best of it. I wus his prisoner, and lie was a soldier and didn't want an outsider picking on me. "A lot of license you to haWl out somebody. That time the boys kidded you and said they Were going to draft Ihe sailors into the army and send them out lirst I thought you had the ague." "I wasn't fcelin' well. I had a chill." "I'll huh! A chill in your feel; that's what you had." "Well, maybe I did. A guy's got a rigbl to Ills own ideas about fightllf. I ain't afraid of no submarines nor anything vise OB this here BM, hut I ain't banker hi to go cbasin' Germans across N'o Man's I. ami nor none o' them strange places. If I'm gonna get mine I w ant to get H on the oceun." This is often the case. Sailors who do not know the meaning of the word fear on the water will buck out entirely when It comes to lighting on luud. They seem to lie born to the sea. A lot of soldiers hate Ihe'waler. They would rather light four years In the army than four days iu the navy. "The kid's all right." said my guard to this sailor, recommending me. "She made u dam good doughboy. If she wants to take a Hop because her old man has to go out and maylte get beau- ed by a piece of shrupnel or souietbin' let her do It." It ull came buck to me then why I was here, the goodhy to my husbaud, tho fuilure of my plans Just when It looked us If I were going to get through clean und maybe go with him to the front. I guess I uiouued. "She's coming to," suld the "medic," feeling for my pulse. "Y'ou'd better clear out, ull of you. I'll give her something to keep her quiet. She'll feel bet ter ufter u good night's rest." honestly did not know whether I wauled to come to or not. I. lie looked pretty hopeless with me back there on the transport not knowing what was coming off al the camp Then thought of my husband. He told me to wait for him Well. I Wouldn't disappoint him. I 1 1 Land Is Sighted. "Land t iturboardr ha shouted. He wus a nice fellow and couldn't hold out such if tart Hug Information front me. There was a lump In my throat the W ould I ever set loot Kl.e of ail appll in 1'ranceV The offlcsn had promised they would do all they could to get the authorities to let BM stay. The iinn.v ollicers were especially nice to me. I believe they sincerely wanted to see me win out after the chances 1 had taken. Some of them I know openly DjrgSd I be pel milled to hind. It was the ship's captain, technically In charge of me, who killed all my prospects, as I fouud out later. It wus on Saturday we came Into port. We were not sure of the name of the place, nil hough we bad a pretty fair Idea whut It was. Kxtra guards were stationed to watch me The quartermaster captain was taking no chances on my sneaking ashore Once he passed my cabin "Watch that porthole." he ordered. "She's as slippery as an eel. We don't want any more of this foolishness." H. und bv the ship came to unchor I could hear the SMS going ashore I did Was my husband with them? The thought that he might Hot know be ordered off without so much as u goodby drove me nearly crazy. I guess I was gulfs mad for a time. 1 was no longer a soldier fsCSng 'ate with a I was a woman deprived of one smile of he sa.ted rights, of love.. m got buck home I have heard lowed by another. That meant we were sent a phonograph Into my room. I gave rases where the wives or alHvut to start our voyage back'. My concerts every afternoon weethearts of boys who have been heart sank Into my shoes I would not ee my hushnnd again I was not to go The U. S. A. Once More. called away committed suicide. This with the lied f'mss and take care of a woman la bard to uiiderslund. If I was glad to see the (nil buildings I lucky enough to win the love of a man the boys when they were wounded knew ns those of New York loom up who will shoulder a gun and go out Coming over the oronti did not seem so glnd and sorry. It made me think of wide. Now It looked like a million and fight for his country and her eoun how different It wns going out. the try she ought to have enough grit tn miles ncross to me. ship like n beehive of our boys "Our orders are to take you to your Now It wns empty full live for him and do her bit In the Tbey were "ovet quarters and keep you there until wo meantime, lie wants to come back there." As we passed the statue of and timl his home or the girl he left are safe outside," snld one of my Liberty a sentry came to attention ami got don't remember how behind MBJ waiting to welcome him. guards. I guess they half led me and saluted. This Is one of the things which keep there. "Greetings, old girl," he said. "1 see I heard a bugle blow-- i him going, the thought that the sooner half carried me. Ing somewhere over in the town. It you're still doing business nt the old It Is over the quicker he will get back was manned by an American. Every stand. By the way," turning to mv, home to her. It didn't take me very long to find note came clear across the water. The "what are they going to do with you?' next thing knew I was on my berth "How do I know?" I replied. out the captain on the boat suspected "I guess It's tlie gtinrdhouse for yon.' I might lie one of the quitters. From with my lingers stuck tightly In my be said. "I heard they were going to perlhole In my room I could look ears and my face burled in a pillow the The boat was moving out. Jug you." out and see the deck. On the trip over I was not afraid of "Prison will suit me flue," 1 anQuard. Kept Under Now for the first time I swered. submarines. "Maybe by the time I come was nervous nbout them A sailor was walking guard up there The ship out the old man will be back. 1 might He never took his eyes off the port- seemed deserted. as well be in Jail as anywhere else. I paced the deck for hours st a Of course If they let me have ray hole. When he saw me come near the opening ho looked mighty worried. stretch My guard was always with choice I prefer to Join the Bed Cross The captain thought I might try to me, the sailor on one side nnd the sol- and try to go over and maybe see my Jump overboard and drown myself. It dier on the other. I certainly looked boss the commanding officer of the would be up to this guard to dive over like a popular lady. Many a girl back Carter family." home would have envied me this es1 was kept on the ship for a day and and rescue me. "Don't worry," I called to blm. "I'm cort from both branches of the service. a night. Beporters from the newspanot going to do the Dutch, as we say I guess I nlmost walked the poor senpers were the first to find me. I don't tries to death. Once, after a long hike. know w hat a siege is like, but the govIn the nrmy." "You'd better not." he grinned. "The I heard the sailor complaining: ernment could make ho mistake If tbey "If he don't put on tho brakes my set all the reporters to manning siege water Is awful damp this evening." But he kept his eyo on the portbolo dogs are going to be worn off right up guns. They'd never stop until they got to the ankle. I Joined the navy because the enemy. Just the same. welkin' never appealed to me. The They brought me everything for dinone of them came up to me on deck ner they thought would tempt me. I way I'm goln' now I might ns well have In a big hurry. did not touch It. All I did was to signed up with the Infantry." I was "Where's the woman who went to Most of the time I still "he" to the Jackie. walk the floor. France ou this transport with you?" In the gun crew on tho One sailor cried. I'or five days and nights I nev"I'm it," I said. I was still wearing er slept or ate a mouthful of food way back kept complalnUig all tho my doughboy uniform. He looked me time because we did not meet up with over a minute, scratched bis bead and The very sight of It choked me. lb was a nice boy, the exploded : A guard was stationed outside my a German sub door and another on the upper deck. one who hud picked me out ns a "Well, IU he d!" on the wuy over when he saw me The one at the door was a soldier nnd Finally the officers of the ship teletrying to roll a cigarette, lint kept It to phoned the police In Hoboken. They the one on deck n sailor. The soldiers himself. We got very friendly. belonged to the hospital corps. They came down In a patrol wagon to get "Why do you want to see a L' bout?" me. A matron was with them. Tbey are detailed to duty on the transports and go back and forth with the ship to I asked him "Aren't you satisfied with all seemed to be anxious to do anytho surface of the sea?" which they arc assigned. thing for me tbey could. "We'd stay on top all right with that I bad a free ride tu the police taxlcab baby we've got to shoot," he replied. to the Jail. The matron loaned me CHAPTER VI. "All we Waal is just a look nt one clotbes so I could go out In the garb of You know the gun crew thut sinks a Home Again, but Not Glad of It. a womnn nnd buy some of my own. I submarine gets $5,000 from the govern I peeled off my sol all the troops were ashore. I ment to be divided among nine men. I cried a little when NOW most of the time allowed guess my share of that wouldn't look dier uniform, thinking bow happy I me on deck dally for exercise, good to me and my folks back in Iowa, had been In It part of the time. Skirts felt awful funny nnd awkward to me. watching and hoping for a glimpse of besides the fun of nicking one." That uniform is going to be locked my husband, eyes glued to the spot That boy typified the spirit of the away in a chest nnd treasured all my where I knew the camp to lie. The Fulled Slates navy afraid of nothing, boys must have been kept pretty close tilled with supreme confidence In the life. I'll hand It down to the young Carters If there ever are any. beeSUM I did not see them again. ability of the men to shoot quick and The officers told me the government My husband lind promised be would st might. would take no action against me. They do everything In his power to get them I I saw After landed him in Hobo bad demoted my hushnnd from cortn permit BM to land. I knew he would ken, and he was having u romance. s poral to privnte und lined blm word. J still Imped they wouid keep his "I've gut lo go Bp the street to meet of one month's pay, and they relent and COOld go and join the lted my girl." he announced, proudly smilthought that wns enough. I couldn't Cross, even If I could not be a regular ing. convince I hem he wasn't in ou it origsoldier. 'Whore Is she?" I asked him. inally, although tried hard enough. Every time a boat put out from the "She works up here at the vaudeville What surprised me was that people plat I held By breath and prayed It neater, ne gets seemed to think tie answered. had done something was some one bringing good news for through now pretty soon." wonderful. 1 never looked ut It that I was SO disme. Then when it didn't I thought be had done pretty well, way at all. Moving picture concerns, appointed I would start crying ull grabbing an r.ctress'. photographers, vaudeville agents and fresh again. "They'll be calling you a stage door newspapers CSSM tu BM with all sorts Maybe you can imagine just how I Johnny the first thing you know," I of oilers. I never had any experience felt. There was the shore, only a warned. He blushed. in business. I lived on a ranch down stone's throw away. I had braved all "Oh, she don't come out the stage In Arizona-wheI wusn't nt any nrmy kinds of hardships and dangers to reach door," he defended. "She's nn usher, post, and I couldn't understand what i it. My husband, the truest and best and she's got my wrist watch. 1 only had done to bring myself so much in BgSMBls thut ever wore khaki, was met her at 10 O'clock this morning, but (he limelight. I cun rope a steer with I let her wear It today." there. And here I was a prisoner. A hundred times at night I walked to the best of them, but when this New "You're n fust worker," I suggested. the porthole and watched the lights "Oh, we've got to be In the navy," be York bunch begun to mill I wus sunk. I was alone here, knew nobody. One twinkling in the town. It seemed answered proudly, "whether it's girls closer some way at night. One even- or submarines. We sailors don't stay of the newspaper men suggested that ing tlie olllcer of the ship was wnlk-inIf I wunted to get money so I could In one place long enough to be slow." by with a soldier. My light was He weut off up the street sniillng-(l- ne Join the Bed Cross and go back I ought to accept some of the offers. out, und they could not see me. He boy, typical of the United States was apparently questioning the priThat decided me. The money 1 make tiavy, clean and wholesome. , vate. I did not recognize the sllhou-itteThe sentries were uot supposed to from these articles iu the American newspaper:; will be used for that purso I took him for a rookie. s talk with me. but they were good "Carter said he tried to get her to go and didn't mind breaking a rule pose. They will give Uncle Sum n jack, but she wouldn't do it." said the )r two when it wasn't hurting any Bed Cross nurse, passage to "someitllcer. "She's one of those babies who .'lilng to unbutton their faces and where In Frunce," preferably near Prilwuys have their own way. I wish she loosen up a bit. My doughboy outfit vate (now) John Curter, prepuid. and been my wife for ubotit n minute. Now I'm going buck to Douglas to wus beginning to show the strain. I Whut he should have done was to nnd worn It all the time since we left see the folks. I'll stop iu Kentucky, as (BSCS her cold, call an ambulaig'c and my husband ordered, nnd tell bis mothDcuglus. It was cold, too, going back take her to the hospital. Maybe after i mentioned feeling cold to one of the er all about what a flue Sammie she thut she'd listen to reason." sailors. He offered me an extra sailor has for a son. My own mother will be "Yes? Afler that there would have suit be had. It was warmer than the w ailing for me. She never knew I was I had left. I didn't want I put It on. been two of us In the hospital," 1 culled soldier's uniform. It fit going until her to worry. Now she writes: through the porthcS "And Uncle ns though It hud been made for me. "If you wanted to be a soldier and They told me I made an even better Sam would have been minus one perlight with your man It was all right fectly good soldier for awhile." Jackie than did a Sammie. All the while 1 kept begging the with us. We're proud of you. Y'ou're The olliocr wheeled around. He looked as If he w ould sell himself for a guurds to tell me why hud nut been mi honor to the blood, und thut has boon lighting blood since before the plugged penny. He started to beg my allowed to land. They ulwuys anpardott, but I ducked back into the swered, "1 don't know,'' and then civil war.'' I don't know how long this wur Is hanged the subject. I'inally, ufter stulerooiii iu Ihe dark und left him Hut. My husband went ashore ou Monwe were out a couple of duys, one of going to last, but if It gives BM half a chunce I'll be "over there"' with a cross day. Wednesday one of the boys told them came across. me be bail been back on board the day "I don't know for sure," he suid, "but on my arm looking lor Prhute Jobu before, but the captain had refused I heard it wus QsBStSjl Pershing's or- Carta. U S. I, il hope he's a captuiti then; he's got it In liiuil, and looking htm permission to see me. ders. He said it would set a bud out for him und the boys. That night I kept my eyes on tho There'll be some one else I'll be looksailors on watch. If one of them had "I hoard that, too," volunteered my ing for fallen asleep or gone Inside ufter someother escort, "but I ulso got I rumor it too much too the "rookie"off. who tulked and tipped me thing made up luy mind 1 would go wus the French authorities who turned sjtsv over, tnke u chance nnd swim for it. you down. Oue of the boys told me If I had to wult for one of them to they put It up to the geuerul so strong weaken would die of old age. You've he tinully ugreed to get you a pluce In got to bund it to them for thut. the lted Cross, but the Frenchles ENGLISH CHEER BATTLE HYMN couldn't see it. They got more women Soldiers Get Great Welcome. tbuu they can use over there now. Julia Ward Howe's Classic Received They told me the boys were having Whut they're shy on is meu." Enthusiastically In London a great time ashore. The people hud "Aw, S hut's entln' them?" grumbled Concert. given them the keys of tho town und the first guurd. "She's more of a man were doing nothing but showing the than some of 'em back home who can't London. An American surnrlsA won Sammies around. France was turning get away to go to war because they pi ling on the fashionable audience at Itself upside down to welcome them. gut to support their wife's uncle's secThe French girls were bombarding ond cousin or tbun some of those the opening or the annual series of "popular concerts," which for them with kisses and good things to scared rookies we took over with us cut, and the ineu were slapplug them I betcbu if she ever got a beud on a a generation have been a weekly feaou the back and culling them comrade bocbe, blooey for blm! Eb, Carter er ture of the musical seuson In London. The soloist of the afternoon wus Miss and more In French as best they could, 1 mean Mrs. Curter?" which was none too good. T'p to the time we left the boya Carrie Tubb, perhaps the most popu"Dou't It get your gout to think may-b- ashore did uot know where tbey would lar of native English prima donnas. one of them Trench dolls Is plantbe sent or how soon. All they were In response to the customury demand ing a kiss ou your old man's brow?" told was they would not be scut to the for an encore, she sung with splendid suld the guurd who brought mu the front green. Wheu they did go they drumutlc effect the famous "Battle news. 1 knew he was trying to tease would know the gume from start to' Hymn of the Republic." When the me. finish, i'ershiug wus taking no chances first noteB of the piano accompaniment I laughed. "Let ou losing a single muu through "Oout nothing," tinkled out there were some smiles them go to It. A soldier deserves all or uuprepuredncss. He's that among the audience, who knew the air the kisses he can collect." kind of a soldier looks out for his boys principally as used by the Sulvatlon The liftli duy ufter said goodby to all the time. army to carry a religious song In Its my husband wus up on deck watchWe were teu full duys coming back. op meetings. But the Intense ing, us usuul, for uiiy sign of some oue The trip was quiet. wus under guurd fervor of the singer swept all before t coining to get me when a truuspoi-all the wuy After tho fifth duy out 1 her, and the song wus heard In breuth-les- s further along the line of ships begun to shook myself up und made up my mind silence and hulled with enthusimove out. In a cwmlnutes It wa .fol u malic the best of it. The. officers astic applause. Sim e I of several L. C. TAUL Insurance Office I Cloverport, Kentucky Fire, Lightning Tornado and Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health 1 Insurance. 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It may save you from severe Illness by showing you that you require the services of a physician. Philadelphia Becord. Some Hope Left. Is all out" "So Is my money." "The potatoes are all gone." "So is my credit." "Well, we can't starve!" "( 'an t we? I wai Thai's good afraid we might." Boston Transcript. "Henry, the flour 1 o Blastings. Blessings may appear under the shape of pains, losses and disappoint incuts, but let him have patience and lie will see them in their proper tin lire. Addison. Used Proper Peed. Humane Olllcer I trust that you feed your horses with punctuality. Driver -No, sir; with hay aud oats. Boston Transcript. iguo-ruuc- 1 1 lr 1 I That which starts upon stilts often ends upou crutches. Italian Proverb. PRESENT WALL OF STEEL TO ENEMY care of perishables Prnpcr Mp,hn(i? of DOCTORS EAGER TO LEARN FROM ALLY American Surgeon Calls Tale of Serious Differences a German Canard. UTMOST CORDIALITY EXISTS SHUN THE SWINDLERS. When You Invest Your Money Do Not Buy a Gold Brick. promoters are shrewd. Swindling Whenever they lind nay line of industry pbcnomeiiolly successful they lately organ Im fake companies ami print lurid literature telling of (lie wonderful proa KS.il in this line, of fortunes that have MM made la It and of the opportunity (hey are giving to small to BernfS a generous Income So wo have had automobile, oil, mining, real estate, hotel, plantation, unci now there are fcveral MM schemes, In which the credulous public is invited to put all Its loose change. Why doesn't the public realize that In all the M lines of business the old, well established and dividend paving eoti. ei us offer the best appOftMltiM for Investment? They never print lurid literature, guaranteeing fortunes nnd promising extra va gaol dividends. Tbay ore managed by men whose ohani' ler i Bui them a bora this, yet tha public will only bite on a bait that Is made extraordinarily attractive by promises impossible of performance. Hence the vogue of companies that sell their shares as low as cent each. The man with f 10 who can buy a ccr-- I flea t e lor IM0 shares jumps nt the promise held out to him that some day Ills $1U may grow Into $10,000. To him it Is a lottery, nothing else. And when lie loses, as be always does, he goes out on the street corner and denounces the "sharks of Wall st ret. "Jasper in Leslie's Weekly. d 1 i UNIQUE TEST FOR LIBERTY ENGINE o o O oooooooooooooo OOt CHICKEN CHATTER. About, the quic kest way of creating a generation of weaklings Is to breed from parents that nt some lime In their lives sulTcrcd from n contagious disease. o Handling, o o I O snippinrj ana storing. American Soldiers Will Be Armed lr.fted 8tates Department of Agriculto Teeth When They Go ture Making Effort to Decrease Into Trenches. Great Watte of Fruite and Vegetables. 0 BAKER GSVES OUT DETAILS One Hundred and Ninety-TwGuns and 480 Trench Knives Added to Equipment of Each Regiment in Reorganization. Washington. American soldiers will be literally a lined to the teeth when they go Into the trenches. In addition to the usual rilles, MjB nets and pistols with which the men are now armed, there will be added to the fighting equipment of each regiment 480 trench knives, 40 to euch conipuny ; 1U2 machine guns, 10 to each compuuy, and three one pound runnon. Detulls of the men's fighting equlp- mcnt were given In a statement by Secretary of War linker, outlining the new army orguulzution for oversells service. 27,152 Men in Division. The new organization increased the ratio of artillery to infantry from three to nine, as at present, to three to four. A corresponding Increase Is made' In muchlno gun strength. In addition, there are sections of sappers and bombers which have important ports to play in the new warfare. The strength of the new organizations will he: Divisions, 27,152; Infantry brigade, 8,210; artillery brigade, r,0t8; infantry company, 250, and chine gun company, 178. Each infantry regiment will hnve a strength of 103 ofllcers and 3,002 men. There will be one headquarters, and a headquarters company of 313 ; three battalions of four rllle companies, euch totalling 3,078; one supply company of 140, one machine gun compauy and one medical detachment of 50. The rllle company has 250 men and six officers. It Is composed of a company headquarters and two ofllcers and 18 men, and four platoons. Each platoon has two sections of riflemen of 12 each, or 24 men ; one section of bombers und rifle grenadiers of 22 men, and one section of auto rifle of 11 men and four guns. The 178 men of the machine gun compuny will be armed with 12 heavy machine guns und four spare guns. Details of Organization. The organization of the infantry division in detail follows: ' One division headquarters 'a.- machine gun battalion of four 758 companies Two Infantry brigades, euch composed of two infantry regiments, and one machine gun battalion of 16,430 three companies One field ariillcry brigade, composed of three field artillery regiments 6,0f,S and one trench mortar battery HI One field signal battalion 1,666 One regiment of engineers One train headquarters and military police One ammunition train 3.17 164 (From the United Ftntcs Deportment of Agriculture.) In an effort to decrease the great waste of perl' liable fruits and vegetables due to careless nnrt Improper handling, which subtracts hundred of thousands of pounds of food from the country's supply ca h )onr, the bureau of markets anil the bureau of plait Industry of the United Stales department of uirrloulluro will, as rapidly as practicable, cxlend the dciaonstra- nn and Investigational work wl'b I producers, shipper", carriers mid wnro- hotl somen regarding proper methods of handling perishables. This work will be taken up wllh funds just mad" available In the food production bill recently enacted by congress. Specialists declare that the success ful transportation or storage of perishables Is primarily dependent upon enre- fnl nmi prPer bundling methods when being prepared for shipment. If carelessly or Improperly handled when har vested and packed, all care exercised thereafter to Insure sound condition may be largely Ineffective and result In serious loss to the producer ns well as loss of foodstuffs to the consumer. Specialists In the harvesting and handling of fruits and vegetables, through work and other practicable means In the Important producing sections, will reach as many producers and shippers as possible. These anil other specialists also will advise producers In the construction und alteration of storage houses for products that can be successfully, stored, especially without artificial refrigeration, and In regord to the most efficient use and management of such storage houses. Specialists declare that losses of fruits and vegetables are storage high In many houses merely because the equipment is Improperly used. The department will s?ek to reduce losses of perishables still further by demonstrating to carriers and urging upon them the use of Improved refrigerator cars which give uniformly grenter refrigeration efficiency with marked economies ns regards Ice consumption and In heavier loading. Several thousand refrigerator cars have been built or rebuilt in practical conformity with the results of recent Investigations and are In use on niuny railways. It Is the hope of the department specialists that the use of uniformly belter equipment nuiy become much more genenil during the years when war needs make the conservation of food especially Importpro-cu- Excellent Work nelno Done by Anerl can Unit. Has Bun Subject of Complimentary Remarks by British Surgeons. Brlttab Headqunrteri In France and Rclglum. German agents recently have been spreading broadcast on the continent I ha report that serious tit have arisen between the British army medical service and the American surgeons and physicians who have been working with the Itrltlsh forces in France. Special publicity lias been givn the story by its sponsors In BalghM and l'rance. The correspondent of the Associated I'ress accredited to British general headquarters has made a careful Investigation of the facts, vlsltlr.g not only buse hospitals which hr.ve been tuken over by American medical units, but casualty clearing stations In which American surgical teams are working The utmost cordiality has und does exist between the British medical service and the Americans who are working with lliein. The assertion that there has been any quarrel between the bodies Is without foundation. As one eminent American has put It: "The story Is n gross connrd. The reasons for circulating it ore obvious. The Hermans are trying to create among Belgian and French civilians n contempt for America and Great Brita hostility ain and consequently toward these two nations." Americans Are Part of Machine. The six medical units which were sent over from the I'nlted States to tuke charge of six British base hospitals hove become a pari of the tunnot lily o o American Aviators Won't Have o A o bit of powdered charcoal o heals most of the so called to Experiment While Flying o bowel remedies that are on the Over Enemy. o market. o Lice, heat and too much food o make the June chhk's life a TWO PROBLEMS TO SOLVE o short and painful experience. o When you "don't understand o what Is the matter" with the o chichi just try chaaatag their United States Bureau of Standards o runs. Many times the very a Wav to Reproduce Has Devised o earth Where hey are U foul and o full of d'eease germs. the Conditions Found in High I inn't o forget to give the poulAltitudes. 0 try an extra allowance of water I o o o o o o o e o Washington. Tlie hurcnii n of stand- ards Is erecting little greenish-gra- UNGATHERED HONEY. running organization that the Brit- ant. MAKE DURABLE HIVE STANDS one supply train one engineer train one sanitary train, composed of four field hospital companies und four ambulance companies Total Tile Drain Pipes or Concrete Blocks Dryness Assured Are Excellent 96- and Decay Avoided. 47J 81 949 27,102 Each regimental headquarters will consist of seven ofllcers und 204 men. There will be a headquarters platoon of 03, a staff section of 30, an orderlies' section of 29; a bund section of 28; n slirnnl nlatoon of 77. Including a telephone section ; a sappers' andl bombers' platoon of 44 ; a pioneer platoon of 55 for engineer work, and a cannon platoon of 33 officers and men. Tile drain pipes or concrete blocks can be used to make good hive stands. Such stands are durable and keep the hives dry. thus preventing decay. As hives vary in width from 14 to 16 ' Sixteen Kitchens Included. The transportation equipment ' to each regiment will be 22 combat wagons ; 10 rolling kitchens, 22 baggage and rations wagons; 10 rat Urns carts; 15 water carts; three medical carts; 24 machine gun carts; 59 riding horses; eight riding mules; 332 draught mules; two motorcycles with side cars; one motor car and 42 bicycles. ' Durable Hive Stand. inches, the stands must be about 18 Inches wide. Concrete blocks 2 by 0 by 18 Inches enn be made cheaply or drain tile of the some length bought. Farm and Home. GIVE ATTENTION TO CALVES There will be 14 machine gun companies to the division. Each of the four Infantry regiments will have one, each of the two brigades a machine gun battalion of three companies, and the division will have a separate machine gun battalion of four companies. This gives- - the division a mobile machine gun strength of ten conipables which can be used as special needs require, while each regiment still has Its own machine gun equipment In one of Its component companies. And In ud dltlon there are 48 sections of auto riflemen, each section carrying four light machine guns. Sour Milk, Irregular Feeding and Varying Temperatures Will Not Make Good Animals. If you have spring calves you need give them ntlentlon In order to keep them growing. Sour milk, Irregular feeding, and varying temperatures of the milk, will not moke good calves. After the calves have been changed to skim milk the 'temperature of the milk can gradually be reduced until (.i,i nillk Is fed all the time. It had best be cold all the time than warm one feed, cold another and hot another. If n farm separator Is used, Cow Wears Glasses. of course the milk should be fed as Ferndole, N. Y. In an effort to save soon us skimmed, a cow from becoming blind, Its owner, Chnrles Hugomun ot Ferndole, who REASON FOR LESS CHICKENS values the animal at $7,000, has hud an operation performed on the cow's eyes, und It now wears colored glass High Price of Grain Has Caused Many Farmers to Part With Fowls-E- ggs spectacles to protect it from the sun. , Also Higher. cat- The cow hus tuken seven prizes at tie exhibits in two years. Recently It Because of the present prices of contructed an ullinent of the eyes that wus threatening Its sight. It Is said groin, there Is a tendency this year on the animal s condition 18 much Im- the port of poultrymen to keep fewer hens and to raise fewer chickens. The proved. price of grain Is higher now than for yeurs. Many farmers killed off their Fire Hose Runs Amuck. Brazil lo.l A demonstration of flocks last year and many are keeping pcrceiuuge "" Bruzll's new nre truck and engine not stopped to consider fhe came t6 a sudden atop here the other They have day when the hose got away from the poultry situation seriously. While feed gone up 00 to 70 per cent during nossle men and wiggled like a snake has yeor. OP aUo httve Immmmm! down one of the main streets, dlspera- - rhe P8t The Americans ish have developed. feel that they ore fortunate In their position. They reulize that they have much to lenrn ubout war hospitals and they ore having the opportunity of learning rapidly from men who have had more than three years' experience. The British, on the other hand, recognize fully the sacrifices that have been made by the Americans, many of them eminent surgeons with big practices nt home, to come to France to do their bit In caring for the wounded. The excellent work being done by the American units has frequently been the subject of the most complimentary remarks by all ronks of the BHtlatl medical organization.1!'!!!' service which the workers from the United States have performed Is viewed as one of the bright spots in a wur which is causing so much misery, Whan the Germuns began their ruth-lossinking of hospital ships und it became apparent that it would be unsafe to try to transport wounded British soldiers anil German prisoners to cull fot there wus a hurry-uthe establishment of more buse hospi-tillIn France. America was uskcil for assistance and the six units wert rushed across to F.uropo, without stopping to bring their full equipment. They Immediately took over hu ge bus hospitals, and although they were ban dicapped for a time bocuuso of luck of supplies, their Institutions MM ranked among the best, for while tin units were Inexperienced in wur work they v ere highly trained In hospital service. Hospitals Care for Germans. Bnffclj speaking, the six base hospitals conducted by the Americans have bods for about 1,500 putleuU each, nud there are many times when they ure filled to overflowing, for base hospltuls must cure not only for thelt own wounded but for Germans as well. The six base hospltuls hove, In addition to their other work, furnished about ten surgical teums for servlet In cusuulty clearing stations neur tin firing line. These teums usually consist of u surgeon, an nsslstant, a nurse nud M orderly. Americun surgeons whose names are famous Internationally are luboring beside youthful medical ollicers who have sut under them iu the clussroom ut home. Doctor Crlle of Cleveland, Doctor Cashing of Harvard, Doctor Brewer of New York, Doctor llarte of riiiladolphlu, Doctot Murphy of St. Louis und Doctor Fred crick Besley of Chleugo they cull them majors over here all have been or ure at present working night anil day In cusuulty clearing stations, which have been caring for the wounded from the last great offensive. These surgical teums have hud MM characteristic experience. Their work Is hampered and their lives ure endangered by German ulrmcn, who persist In hurling high explosives down among them. Iu one of the latest rulils the Gorman aviators killed or rewuunilcd niuny of their own men who were prisoners being cured for In one of these hospltuls. s Kng-land- j "" lag tba crowd. In price. To Teach Jlu Jitsu. San Francisco. The soldiers of the United Stutes ure to receive a thorough course In the Japanese art of Jlu jltsu. Allan 8. Smith has been commissioned uy the government as Instructor, he has recently returned from Tokyo with the "black belt," an honor corresponding to tba heavyweight title In America. Billions of Dollars' Worth Is Lost by Waste Every Year. An editorial in the Form nud Fire side says: Tha present centering of attention by C'onoinists on fooil waste Is showing that one of the most unnecessary losses of a valuable food product is the UBgatberad nectar of Mowers. Speaking In a broad way. there are few- farms In Amoihn that do not annually produce several hundredweight of honey over and above the honey required to sustain the bee harvesters of this appetizing staple food product. Mm farms on which the owners systematically plan to snve their honey at present are less than one iu a hundred. On several million American forms whore this honey goes unliorvested year after yenr this wastage aggregates billions of dollars. A Minnesota seientilic bee culturlst. Francis Jager. is authority for the statement that 100 colonies of honey- bees suitably located and properly car- thin air. So far the allies have been unable, ed for can be expected to overage n net production of profit twice M grout for various reasons, to make absoluteus that of the average MO acre farm ly accurate tests. An engineer can go of his state can show, while the equlp-- i aloft in n plane, but he can't load In tueut nud overhead are less. Of course a Ion or two of apparatus also and lutl colonies of bees cannot be pastur-- ! test out sparking efficiency, compresed on on overage sized farm, but there sion density, horsepower delivery und ore innumerable farms where a dozen all the other things that he should do. hives of hecs coiilil gather $100 worth I'.elng confronted with the necessity of making such tests, the bureau of of honey annually. standards experts figured out u met bod. The Supreme Court. The Two Problems. I 'or the supreme court of the United First, they urgued, they must know-JusStutes there Is no exact proecilent el-- I what an airplane does nt an titer in the undent or the Modern timer. altitude, say of 'JO.OiHl feet. An engine In making the grent constitution the perfectly nt 10,000 "fathers" availed themselves of all that will a perform habit of "stuinblitiL' ' tricky past knowledge and experience, but It feet has It gets an wus prohahly from the French puldi-- j and missing Ignition when other 10,000 feet higher, and the excist Montesquieu that they got their all Its ailin this perts wanted to observe Idea of the supremo court. Might, book. "The Spirit of the Laws," MnfF ments at that Second, they wanted some sort of tesquicu, after making a masterly anal arrangement which ysis of oil forms of government, uses a mechanical these words: "Thole is no liberty If the would permit them to test untried simJudicial power be not separated from types of engines under conditions and ilar to conditions very high aloft, the legislative and the executive." The performfrnmers of the constitution knew Mon-- ' to approve or condemn the tesiiiieu's book well, and there is not ance of these unlried types. So they set to work to build a MM uny room for doubt ubout their getting tomh-llkstructure, about 1" the idea of the supremo court from feet long by C feet wide and fl'a feet thiit source. New i otit American. high. This concrete chamber Ml so constructed that it could be made a Monkeys In Boots. walls are in tropical countries the natives have vacuum If MMMIJi The 19 inches thlCll arid tarred on the nut-many unique ways, of catching monhc- keys. One of them, as explained by side. They needed thick walls SOtOOQ feet altitude the air a traveler, la this: The hunters walk cause nt about in short boots In sight of the pressure Is ubout seven pounds to the monkeys Then they take the boots BQUare incn annul nan uie at sea level. That meant that when off, place some gUM In the bottoms the scientists got to duplicating ulr, nnd leave '.hem on the ground, withpressure at MvMQ feet the walls hud drawing themselves to n great Presently the monkeys conn to support nn outsnle pressure of air eipial to eight poi nds to the square down from the trees and try on Inch. It the wnlls were not built thick boots, and when the hunters come aft er them the boots stick to the feet of they would crush in like paper. Either Hot or Cold. the Monkeys, and tbay arc unable to Then a complete beating nnd rerllnib. Thus the Imitative little anifrigerating plant wus instolled so that mals ure captured when DM four or six big funs which ure to whirl the ulr over the engine ut Well Posted. "I hear yon art thinking of buying a It) miles tin hour start their gale It will be down to the temperature that farm." "That's my intention." said the city one finds thousands of feet up. Into lids nir cl. amber they expect Dim. with a "oti.pki 'ent oir "Well, don' forget the Importance of to put the engine type that Is to be tested, mounted so that it can tilt forSilos" "Trust too for that, sir. Ily the way ward, backward ot suicwise, just us it er do I bos Clings consume much would behave in the ulr. BtrtUtngtaM Age-- era hi. gasoline''" As MM as overvihing Is ready the doors an1 locked and made airtight, und the engine Is started. When It Didn't Sound It. "Wh.it grpi H it your daughter was stalls, the ulr on the inside of the chamber is the same density as die staging at the piiiuoV" "Oh. that was Sweet and Low,' I OUtSida Sir, but when the engine begins lo suck 111 oir to make explosions believe." "Wei1. I certainly would never have tha inside ataaoaphere rapidly becomes taken it for anything like that." Si. exhausted. The chamber is provided wilh an Intake valve which will uduilt I.ouls I 'ost I Mspat h the air that Is needed. Observation Windows, Colors of Austria. (ha chamber Is ulso provided with The Austrian black and yellow were glass windows, through which the exthe colors of tin Holy Human Empire They were adopted, so the story goes, perts may wtitch Instruments which register the ulr pressure und the temby Frederick Hurburossu. whose fancy perature of the chamber. Uy dntu sewas. coplurod ut a ceremony In May once hy the black und gold flooring al cured lu ucluul flights the bureau know the exact deuslty of the the hail. ulr at each of the various hundred Heredity. foot levels. Au ordinary auerold baJune Hoes h I got his mcchuulcat in rometer would give this dutu only apgeniiily frou his father's side or his proximately. When the engine stints Less From bU motber's; and begins consuming air ou the Inmot hoi ? Life. she wa: a poetess side of thjj chain bar tha inside praa-'JO.OiHl-font e 1 concrete liullding on the edge of its ground where one of the final chap-let- s of America's preparations for nerlol warfare will he written. The hereon declines to discuss what part It will ploy In the final design of the new "Liberty air engine" which the government is expected to mount on all American airplanes for use In the 1'uropenn war. but It has become known thnt before the final design of this engine Is approved It mijst under go o few final tests In that little greenish-gray building. There will be determined, under conditions almost Identical with conditions found nt various altitudes. Just perforins how nn airplane engine when it gets so high that the air gets pefteptlbly thinner. It will he tested In a temperature down to freezing. Bringing High Altitude Down. The bun an building Is a tomblike structure, full of delicate Instruments which will have the effect of bringing the skies down to the earth. Insofar as airplane conditions nre concerned. It Is impractical to send an engineer aloft to watch the engine perform up there, so the bureau plans to bring the skies to the engine. F.vor since the F.uroponn war began, the aviators of the warring nations have been flying to astonishing heights !n the clear nir of France. Altitffdos of 10.(100 feet ore quite commonplace, flights no longer ext and Aviators must go up cite wonder. high, and they must hove engines that, will take them there, so the engine designers have been experimenting for the Inst three yeors with on engine that won't "smother" when It gets Into o Ibis warm weather. They may o bo able lo ph k up a good share o of their Hrlag now. but they 0 cannot pump water o ooo MAKING POULTRY PAY. Freedom From Insects and Proper Feed Will Bring Success. When anything Is found wrong with poultry or other domesticated hlrds the maxiin should be "look for lice," writes a poultry expert lu the Philadelphia Press. Kvery year I believe more thoroughly In this maxim. There are two reasons why Ibis must lie true. They lie hi the fact that lice breed in Infinite numbers at the very season when oilier work Is most insistently claiming every thought nnd every ounce of strength which the workers have to spare and in the additional encouraging fact that chicks from thrifty progeny on RMM can light off all Other ills If hey are kept free from lice. To give the chicks a fair chance for their light dust the hens nt the end of each week or sitting, us It Is said to lake a broad of lice about a week to hutch. Then put o very little plain oil on the bend of each chick, use a little kerosene ou the hens und trust to the fovoroble conditions prepared Tobacco to give the results desired. dust, simple and cheap. Is used for dusting the hens. I to not like to use any dust on small chicks, as It seems to me there Is danger of overdoing the I matter. The question of feed Is disposed of in the some way. We plan to give as much time to feeding soft mush ns we R While Leghorn hens, aa a Kcneral rule, lead oilier breeds as layers, and this is ana of tho reasons why M iv cent el' all SH farms aro Stocked with this variety. They are scaall, active hens, producing equally wall in Confinement and on range. The hen shoWS is .1 ltoso Comb White Leghorn. inmin can afford or hcllove to bo desirable. Bop er feeding tills MM all delicioncles and saves the time of the owners, w hile insuring that no chick shall get less With thtckl "' full thou he Roads. ranga, this is not as necessary, of Course, us with Chicks ralaed in confinement. Hut in all conditions I believe a little box of dry feed free to ull the chicks Is a first rate thing to provide. 1 1 The bast ration for breeding fowls Is of plenty of good corn, u oats and all the dried meat scrap and wheat ait the fowls wont to eat. A box of ground bran, a box of charcoal and a box of crashed oyster shells where the towls Can help t hcuisolvcs und a good supply of green gMM will give more vitality lo the egu-- than any other feed. The meal scrap and bran can be kept before the fowls where thay can help The.v will not overeut themselves after lliey have become accustomed to the food. Some poisons have an Idea lint corn i. not good for breeding hens, but my experience Is that hens grhlck cat large amounts of corn transmit mole vitality to tin' chicks thau those receiving Other grahM sinalr-amouut s l . B nisli t'.io WasatM do I not increase (he ogg The roo. l prodUCttM of hens iu the same flock, and be may decrease il. Kill him, Kll him up or sell him when the breeding season is over and produce infertile d eggs. Wood rings ore the cause of of the annual egg loss, and the Wood is directly rovponsihle. rings are simply an early stage of chick licvclopiueut. i one-thir- ls Proper Way to Carry a Hon. The proper way to curry u fowl Is ta place H under the arm. the head pointing to the rear nnd the feet held firmly by the baud. In this way the bird caa I.,carried fur miles without the least discomfort to It or the person earry-.ii- g it. MOORMAN DITTO FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN, K OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier E President- SECURITY-W-- THE BANK OF SERVICE -- CONTENTMENT ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN Henry Harrington, Hrandetiburg StaMr. Har tion, wm in town Thursday rington is in the rare for State Senator. Mrs Nancy Perry has been doing hrr She has dipped sevhit for the soldiers eral trench torches, the school children having made them J. W. Yogel, proprietor of the Irving-tol- l riiiirmacy, was in Henderson and l.v.itisville last week on business Mlaatf Blbtabath Cain and Annie Jennings were in Louisville Wednesday. C. Sidenwa'er left Tuesday for . Ga , where he Camp Whce'er, will have charge of a Toiisori.il Shop for Chas. Lyon has charge the government of I ha lnisiurss bafa Mrs Nora Hoard spent Thursday in 1. nsville. Vote for J. Hue Herndon for Magis Ctltaio'l l atein the Fouith District, Adv. Ticket, November ekclion, l!H7 Viola Lewis left Saturday for Miss RoaartU, N. M where she is teaching She came home to attend the school fa natal of her brother, I'latt Lewis. She ccoinpanied the remains here. btearlama Margaret CtMunbartatn, A B. Sutcr, W J. ItgfDtt, A. T. Adkins, N. f'.ardner, J. V Vogel, James Botitt, J mas Lwiti, C J. Carnegie, Misses Mildred Chitwood Ivva Carrigr.n, MarvHeii-rand Hdith Lewis made the boMt-thouse visit in the interest of Pood Conservation, C. Chas Hook, I) W Henry, J l'.iyne, W J I'iggott and John Cook were in llardinshnrg Thursday. Miss Mary Hardin, who is spending the winter with Rev. and Mrs. P, II Ryan, has entered High School. Mrs J. T. Johnson entertained memevening bers of the li. V. P. U.i Hot choco'ate, sandwiches and pickles were served. Mrs R. A. Crider has been selling her flower bulbs and will donate the money to the llaptist Church fund. The boys are making ready for a num. her of Hallowe'en pranks. l'riends of Rev. and Mrs. J T. Wade have received cards and letters stating that they are pleased with l'riuceton. Mai-on, . y 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits them our heartiest best wishes. WHY Doaa congratulations and IS A CAT'S TAIL7 Rubber Roofing For Every Need Roofing That Costs Less We hava a large stock of good, reliable composition rubbar roofing. 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"How W'Xild the cat look without a tail?' No MM CUD nninsa.v the fact that the (nil Is n valuable ornament. The i n! wllho.it one Is a sorry aight. But than are those who main tain that the tall servos the at ns a sort of gyroscope, balancing the body In leaping, auys the Popular Science Monthly. This cannot be wholly true, fof Manx cats get along very well without tails, and rabbits have BO use for them at nil Yet both the Man cnls nnd rah bits do n lot of leaping. After all. It looks ns If the tail is only an ornament unless it Is n Iclnd of rafely valve for expression in exciting times. Of course there arc In :t.'in cs where the tail serves some purpose oilier than that of art. The monkey finds his useful as n sort of fifth leg; the hOTBa uses his as n tly swatter, as docs the lion; the crocodile MM his for I vlmtnlng, as do the seal nnd the turtle m d other nquutic erentUTM, and the rattlesnake uses bla for warning enemies. According to w. d. ttaltbawi of Hie Atne-- I an Museum of Natural History, the tall was a MCMMrjT organ for the aquatic and a mpblbtoua aocaatora from which the higher animals nre descended. When they took (o terrestrial life and to walking on nil fours the tall be came more or less supet fluous. in-,- ' i Roofing That Lasts Longer. Roofing That Looks Better $1.68 48 N.M 'KMEKGKNCY" Roofing, per square 1.68 "KORDSVILLR SPECIAL" Hoofing, per square.. 138 198 1.88 2 26 'OHIO COUNTY" Roofing, per square 2.05 "RAIN KOTF." Hoofing, per square J 48 lbs; lbs; .1 ply 55 lbs, Weights: 35 45 2. 4 ,Uf,LEX' Roofing, per square 251 Weights: I ply (15 lbs; 3 ply "5 Iba. SLATE sritKACKD HOOFING, per square.. 1 76: Weight 82 85 lbs. 1 Nails and cement are included in each roll of rourlog. These prices are Delivered At Your Railroad Station, if ordered in lots of three rolls or do not de.ay. more. Samples furnished on rcq.iest. Write FORDSVILLt JAKE WILSON, PLANING Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. Manager hsj ips' 0"& issSssi ,CSS2) sSss- ATTENTION RAYMOND NEWS Several from here attended church at Argabriglit Schoulhouse Sunday morning and night Denuie Morgan, of Ammons, vpect Sunday the guest of Miss Lornie Ater. Henry Cishman and sbn, Harlan Owen Noble and George Cashman, liutschke left Saturday for Illinois for IIARDINSBURG Mr ami Mra, Crank l'ayie hive returned t'i tiieh boaM in Clovarpi rt afitf a visit to Mr Rod Mrs U rbt-r- Beard. Mrs. w t. Qrrgory, Mi-- s Adi Oraa, ory and Thomas Uitn r eraul to L hi t visited ril ities in Mook taat Monday and I'ursil.iy. Mis Silhe M. It.ard c.iMtiiued a mini! tr at gllBBta t i dir.ntr ...turi!ay. Mr-- . Deiitiie Meagher liar returned to her boot in Loui-villafttravisit to e FARMERS! Do you want to grow you a good team; we have the mules rltl es here D lion came home Mrs from isville last Tharaday tii see '".rover Louisvll e Sunday night very much imGregory, who baloiga to ll;e Aviation proved iu health, afUf an operation at izib-t- h Coris I. fi nniy. bis. Marl Rod Miss Utssie WatllagtOM was in LouisRev. Huntsman lias arrived and ville last wei'k at'l while there was the preached at the M. k. clru eh Sunday guest of her cousin, Mrs. Kobhins. His family will unive soon. evening. Miss Dawty Dt jarnttte has rrtnrntd Rev. Robert lohmoa is holding a fr' in a visit to her HM, Mrs. Ball, in meeting at Kirk. Ttll City. Ruth ai d Martha Hamad, of Mrs. J. W. Vilisand son. J im-- , of Oai held, were in town abawcXM S.ttur IrviaglOD, were the Wack and gue t of oay. Mrs. Taj lor Meailor Mrs. H ttie Notion ami Mrs. lulia Wm ! 'lie mult a bisiucss t ip to his iialm,in h.ve rented a cottage that near Udstaa last Priil v. kBgi to l lie High School and mi keep B, Mcl t ivis sp-Htturd iy and Sun house, day at h MM with his family. Mrs. A. M Kincheloe. Mis. I'aul Miss IClnora llobert-owis the guest Comptou, Mrs J. K. Kincheloe, Mis of Mr. and Mis Jo in O.veu, near Glen W C Moorman, Mrs Sillie Brard, Saturdiy and Suodiy. Miss li ttie TaylOf went to Glen lJean wednaada aodaaal with the Red Crota. s Mr. anil Mrs i'ercy Heard. Mary Pranklla Beard, Cora Bichwrqaoa Mis. WttkOB served a three course V Baard and Mrs Rnbaruon weie luncheon alter the meeting the dinner guest , of Mr. and Mrs. E L Mr. and Mrs Russell Compton enter-- t Robertson at Glaa Dean last Wednes-day- . .. i w Saturday evening, it btiug their Mr. and Mrs. weiloiug auidvctsary. Mrs. A T Baard baa ratnrnad from a Ulnar Comptou, Or. and Mrs. A. M visit to bar part ids, Mr and Mrs Jesse Kli.cnea.e, Mr and Mis. I R Kichardson, Mr. and Mrs I'aul Comnton, Dr M'liiimin, at tilen Paan aud Mrs J. B. Kincheloe, Ur. and Mis. J C. Ovrrby pent cv days of last areeb in Glen Deaa KtaobabM) Miss Nancy Kincheloe aud Mis Jo, II I'ile doing dental work Mrs. Joel H I'ile was the guest o( Mr. and Mrs. Wade I'ile and babDr. and Mis B. C. U.u ned at Garfield Mi nil ty. Coke entertained at Miaou dinner Tuesday a number of tits liiends in honor of his seventh birthday. I CARE To Prevent OF MILK CANS. s 1 nt n Mi-se- c - Rusting They Should Be Carefully Dried After Washing. Cans abfltlkl llrst he rinsed with cold water, thci scrubbed with hot water ami cashing powder, then rinsed in lean hot wuter and finally sterilized with steam or rinsed with boiling hot water, siiya Hoard's Dairyman. Tbey should then be Inverted and allowed to dry In a place free from dirt and In the sunshine, if possible. It would he very detdrablc also If there were some method of doing out the cans with n hot air blast, for it has been found that MMVbsg a little of the wash water In the can is one of the most effective means of Eoeding the mill; with undesirable bacteria, as well as being ati excellent method of causing the can to rust. After a CM has started to rust the best method of procedure is to scour '.IT ns much of the rust as possible and thett follow the afopw methods af "ashing and drying the can. It Is af ci.un.e, that the eana should be protected from (he wentner and not allowed to stand out of dt ors or In damp, dark rooms. The same method of control for this should be followed as for taring for the otiier tin dishes in the house. an indefinate stay. Miss Eula Cashman, of Mystic, visited her uncle, Alex Rhodes and family, part of last week. Miss Carrie Kelm, of Lodibuig, was the week end guest of the Misses Basnam. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Collinsworth, of Mattoon, 111., spent from Saturday till Monday here with their sister, Mrs. Taylor Compton. The pie supper here on last Friday night was well attended and was a success There was twenty five pies sold and brought about $U Daniel Ray left last Saturday for his home in Colusa, III., after speeding sev eral days here with his aunt, Mrs. Leon Cashman, and at Rhodelia with his uncle, M. J. Ray. Miss Virgie Mills, of Payneville, visited her cousins, the Misses Knott, and attended the pie supper Friday night. Mrs. J. F. Basham was in Irvington one day last week shopping. FOR SALE 20 weanling mules 20 yearling mules 20 mules two-year-o- ld We also have some nice young cattle for sale Come and see us RESPECTFULLY Hardinsburg, Ky. Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Ry, Co. Petition in Bankruptcy, Iu the District Court of the United States for the Western D, strict of Kentucky, in Bankruptcy. In the matter of Lon Dun, a bankrupt. On this 2(th day of October, A. D., i017, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed - McDANIELS Jack Frost has been visiting us quite frequently this week. Mrs. Mamie Compton went to Kings-woo- d Sunday to visit Mrs Ivan Allen, who is very sick with typhoid fever. Mrs Hayse, of Mook, is visiting her daughter, Mrs J C. Tucker, this week. Mr. Fred Fraze is visiting relatives at Leitchfield this week Mrs. Joe I'arson, of Leitchfield, visited friends and relatives here last week. Mr and Mrs. Woosley, of near Caney-v- i le, are visiting their sous, Hladtord and Cal Woosley. Mrs Alice Glasscock, who has been 011 the sick list, is improving. J L Dunn has just completed a new MM far Kev Galloway. On Monday afternoon, Oct I5, at 3 o'clock, Mr lvstis Hart, of McDaniels, and Miss Bala Dugguis, of Leitchfield, were united ill marriage at the home of Dr. J H Hart. The Kev. Meng ofiiciat-ed- . The ceremony was performed w hile Mr Hart was seriously ill with typhoid He is now fever aud double pneumonia convalescing. The bride is a popular teacher of Grayson county aud for some time has held a pobitiou as stenographer iu Louisville. The groom is a popular young man and a successful farmer. We extend to DAILY TO ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE p. m. Have You Housed Your IRVINGTON Rev. J. L. Cotton, I). I) , of Louisville, preached at the Presbyterian Kev Keeves is in a church. Sunday meeting at Round I'oiind, near Franklin. Ky. Mr and Mrs. I) G. Hrite have returned from a visit with relatives at Maceo. Mrs Hottell, New Albany, is visiting Mr- - aud Mrs J. II Hottell. C. I) Hook and familv expect to move to ( iwenshoro in the next mouth. Mr. Hook has a position with the Owcnsboro Milling Co. Mrs Theodore Kirk, Los Angeles, Cal is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Iler-shKirk. Mr and Mrs Sam Hawes, Iuisville, are with C W. Hawes and family. Mr. Hawes is quite ill Mrs. J II Hayues, Union Star, is visiting her daughter, Mrs C I). Hook. Herbert Livers, Camp Zachary Taylor, will spend the week end with Mr and Mrs John Livers A. F Scbindlar wanta your vote for marshal of Irvington. Cltizena tlckat. -- Ada. Tobacco? We can carry the risk on this liigh-priced on the 24th day of October, A D , 19";, it is ordered bv the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 22ud day of December, A. I)., 1917, before said court at Louisville in said district, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof be published one time in the Bieckenridge New,, a newspaper printed iu said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest m ty appeal at said time and place and S'iow cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should nut De 1 m 8:35 a. m., 9:48 8:351a. m., 5:05 p. m., 9:48 p. PULLMAN SLEEPERS Lea Ha High-Class fill CPA PULLMAN SLEEPERS & ST. La RY. Observation Parlor Cars TENTH AND BROADWAY Coaches City Ticket Office: Both granted. Witness the Honorable Walter Evans, Judge of said Court, aud the seal thereof, at Ojvensborb in said district, on the 2Kb dav of October, A. D , i9i7. A. 0. Ronald, Clerk. M. E. Dunn, 0. C. TRAINS LEAVE UNION STATION Fourth and Main product for you at small cost. Can You Afford To PAUL GOMPTON, Hardinsburg, - Phones 1134 E. M. WOMACK, 0. P. A. R. F. PENN, Army Camp H. L. SWEENEY, ? Service. T. P. A. Kentucky. I Fire, Tornado and all class es of Insurance. It ia difficult for those who have not LOUISVILLE, KY. actually been ou the ground to appre ciate the ammount of work and details involved In Installing permanent telephone ayatams at the thirteen national to tba government, and that our organ-lotio- n Hubert Elder has gone to Macon, III., army and national guard camps Id our haa Id every inetance been to spend several weeks with his brother, territory It la a matter of pride, even the contractors and had aarvlce Albert Elder. While Mr. Eldar ia away though we were merely preforming our ready when it was called for. South" Miaa Margurito Baavin will be with bar duty, to know that tba work thua far siatar, Mrs. Elder. baa been dona In a manner satisfactory arn Bell Telephone Newa. X "ajflajhali