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The Breckenridge news: November 7, 1917 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 brc1917110701_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: November 7, 1917 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS. 11.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months; 75c for 6 months. VOL. XLII ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. $1.50 a Year; 50c for 4 months: 75c for 6 months. 8 Pages No. 19 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1917. I Sweeping Victory For Republican Ticket Go In I Royal Baking Powder saves eggs in baking In many recipes only half as many eggs are required, in some none at all, if an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder is used, about a teaspoon, in place of each egg omitted. From 500 in to 1.000 Majority the County. Elect Five Magistrates. Try the following recipes which also conserve white flour as urged by the government. Corn Meal Griddle Cakes V,i rupi corn meal lji rup.i boiling water ?j cjp milk tablespoon shortening 1 tahlexpoon molasses ,'s cup Hour 1 teaspoon salt 4 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder 1 1 Republicans Carry Every District Democrats Save One Eggless, Milkless, Butterless Cake cap brown mrsr H teaspoon in't 1 teaspoon nutme-cup seeded rali-.- i 1 teaspoon cinnamon 2 ounces citron, cut 1 cup flour cup shortening 1 cup ryj r.cur 5 teaspoons Koyal Baking Powder Boll rnrtr, water, fruit, shortening, salt an'' rpli- -s together In saucepan 3 minutes. When co,.l. add flour and baking powder which have been siltd to. Mix well; bako in loaf pan in moderate gether. oven about 45 minute3. (The Old Method Fruit Cal.e caMcd for 2 eggs) J. M. Howard Elected from 5th IV cups water District Without Opposition. Arthur Beard's Majority for County Court Clerk over 1000. Senator, Carries District Smith, Republican candidnte for Mayor of Louisville, elected by a small majority. "Republican county ticket in Hancock elected by usual NO EGGS Betid corn meal In bowl with botllnp; water; add milk rnelted shortening and molasses; add flour, salt and baking powder which havs been sifted together; mla well. Bake on hot greased griddle until brown. Dr. Parks, for (The Old Method called for 2 eggs) by from 400 to 500. Send for our new booklet "55 Vays to Save Eggs." Mailed free on request. Address Royal Baking Powder Co., Dept. H., 135 William Street, New York TO THE TOBACCO HAS- EOOD IS NOT WASTED AT CAMP TAYLOR CLOVERPORT TO GIVE GROWERS OE - $150.00 According I take Uiis teetho-of correcting an er RMMM impression I bit seems to lie rat rent eseooxg tobacco gioweie ot the Har- '1 lie diiisburg vicinity mere fact that Mr Withers will make his headquarter! at Owen abort) inatcad ol Hardinabnrg will not affect my activity on tin. liar ditltburg market in the least, as it is my intention to huy Bpon the loOM leaf Hour at Hardioabnrg as I have done in the MH, and 1 am hopeful of doing a more extensive business there this season than i nave in tne past, i ne Dnsiness there win ne coiniucieii un.,er ne supervision oi xt. wiutere and as raggaatad, i ex- peer, to nuy more imerauv irom me loose leaf market there than I have in previous seas' ns. trust that the above mav correct the false impression caused by the removal of Mr. Withers' headquarters. Signed, J. S. Owensboro. 1 From For the Y. M. C. A. War Fund. Major Gen. Hale. Denies the W. J. Piggott. County ChairReport That Canned Goods man and D. B. Phelps. ChairWill be Conliscated. man of Cloverport. At the disti ict meeting of the V. M. claries whicn met in Owensboro last Tuesday, definite Dlans were for mulatcd in older to raise the g967& the sum ahotted to this district which includes si.x counties, and is to be rais ed for carriug on the war work cf the O. A. Si ci V. M. C. A. to a Let.lr A New Mayor and Council and Police Judge Elected Much -- Interest Taken in the Mayor's Race. W. C. PATE, our next Deputy Sheriff. ARTILLERY RANGE Squires. The mayoralty race was very close between C. W. Hamman and J. A. Barry, there beinsr only 28 votes in Mr. Barry's favor. In the race for Police Judge there were three candidates, C. G. Brabandt, V. G. Babhago and J. H. Dean. Mr. Brabandt defeated his opponents by a good margin. The new Council is made of good, hustling business men, and will do their part in giving the city a clean administration. Earliest Use of Mineral Ink. In ancient tiiucs India ink. made from hiiupMuck and glue, was um4Q for writing on papyri, but inspection of the earliest vellum or (inrcbment MSB. shows that Iron gall Ink were Introduced net later than the ninth century. The reason (or the change was that, although a carbon Ink Is mora permanent, It has no penetrating power and can be sponged from tha vallum, whereas the iron Ink bltaa into tha flbere and raalata tha destructive action of both air and light. panies of infantry that will be movel bv mechanical devices on the range. The artillerymen will find the range of these Yesterday's election resulted as dummies and, using real follows: POINT try to make a perftct score. shells, will Mayor A. Barry. The artillery section ut Camp Talor Police Judire C. G. Brabaodt. City Recommended As Ideal Site has received one battel y of guns. The men of this battery are learning to hold Councilman H. L. Stader, E. by Col. Johnson and Col. their positions' on the gun caissons M. Wedding, Julian Brown, Ed. without falling off. The guns have not Corey. To Comprise 18,000 been handled with horses yet. LouisWhitehead, Taiw. Bohler, Barney ville Post. Acres. J. ATJEST The artillery range at Camp Zachary Taylor will iu all probability be located at West Point. Kv. A- tract of land comprising iS.000 acres, six miles wide and eighteen miles long, has been rtc- ommended to the War Uepartmeut lor the big guns in field artillery practice. A week ago Col. Johnson and Lieut. Col. Corey, un oflicer from the Central Department, are said to have recommended this site us being ideal for the range. Hath Col. Johnson and Lieut. Col. Corey declined to make any state ment, a is known that the three of ficer comprising the board htwu inspec ted this site and several others. flans are going forward for the establishment ot the range. Three ar tillery regiments are assigned at Camp acnary I ay lor, and they will soou be equipped with heavy guns. It ia said that one regiment will march to the range, go under canvai and atay n certain length of time. Tha artillerymen will live In the tents and practice both In daytime and at night. Tha schedules are aaid to call for dummy cavalry targets, dummy com Harris Howard. Miss Mattie Harris and Mr. Richard Howard, of Fisher, went to Cauaelton Monduy and were married. The bride and groom were accompanied by Miss Km ma Prior, R. E. Jackson and Gilbeit Howard. Louisville Stock Market. Hogs Choice heavies, I65 pounds and up, i75; 13o to 1(15 pounds, $l5-8.pigs, i4Uj(ff$i5 25;' roughs, $10. IS down Calves-Be- st veals, $1 l(al 50; medium and conrnon kinds were dull and hard to dispose of. Sheep aud Lambs- - Best lambs, 14. 5O Wl5; seconds. 10(an; culls, 7(. 7 50. best sheep, SO; bucks, 6.oOon down. 1 if the ii eck inrulge county 9 675 will raise 550 and probably more, Clover po rt's share of the 5"i() will be 100. Mr. W. J, Piggatt of Irviugtou was appointed county chairman and Mr David II. I'lielps is chairman of Camp .achary Taylor, the Cloverport district and Mr. I'aul Kentucky. Com ton of the llarainsburg district. October :.'!, 10I7. These men with Vr. Herbert Heard of Mr. r. M. Sackett, Hardinabnrg attended the conference Food Administrator for Kentucky, in Oweusboro. Speed Bldg., Louisville, Ky. Mr. Phelps is anxious that the My dear Mr. Sackett: allotcd to this city shall be over Knowing of the vital concern of your Wedding Anniversary. Silver subscribed and he is making plans to ollice in the conservation and economic have a public meeting sometime next Mr. and Mrs William Hoffious gave use of food, I am quite encourged reweek and elforts are being made to sean elaborate dinner party al their home sults obtained along this liue at Camp cure a furlough for Capt. Fred Adams in the Wast end Saturday evening to Zachary Taylor. of Camp Zachary Taylor to come aud When I first cams here this matter celebrate their twenty fifth wedding assist iu raising the fund. was taken up and it was impressed upanniversary. The homo was prettily decorated for on subalterns to thoroughly instruct Troops to See France. the occasion and just before the dinner their cooks aud dining room help as to hour, Mr. and Mrs. Hoffious had the the necessity of preventing waste and mirrage ceremony resaid by the Hev. as to the methods of securing this result. Paris, Nov. 4 The French GovernW. L. Baker. Since that time, in daily inspections of ment is preparing to co operate with An elegant dinner was served to the camp, I have taken pains to inspect the American authorities in entertainififty guests who were: Rev. W. L. in garbage cans and assure mystlf, ng American soldiers on Itavt. An Maker and Mrs. Baker, Dr. J. C. Bau-cu- through this means and others, that uncflicial committee of French Deputits and Mrs. Haucum, Mr. and Mrs. the orders are being carried out. has bttn organi.ed '.0 make plans for From these inspections it is evident taking groups ot soldiers during thtir Johu Newton, Mr. and Mrs Garfield Burden, Mr. and Mr. W. J. Worden, that we are succeeding in prevtnting leave to the principal rtglons and show Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Penner, Mr. and watte in this camp, and I am writing placts of France. Mrs, Joe Morrison, Mr. aud Mrs. Hen- to inform you that you may know at The committee will obtain ry Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Moor- first hands the facta n tha cast. by the local authorities in i nter Vtry sincerely yours, man, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Betry, Mr. taining the men in the placts vitued. (Sinned) Harrv Hale. and Mrs. Chas. Berry, Mr. and Mrs. HHK Ernest Norris, Oweusboro, Mrs. Viola .'DC Major Central, N. A. Drafted Men Here Soon Mr. Sackett also rtiterattd today Jackson, Mrs. Fred May Sr., Mrs. John Hyan, Miss Anna May l'cnner, Miss hit denial of any inttntion on the part Frankfort, Ky., Nov. .'". Information Grace I'aulcy, Miss Ina Bell Morrison, of tht government to restrictor conlis-cat- a receivtd today from Provost Marshall Messrs. Jot D. Morrison and Win. supplies of tht citizent. isHe Central Crowder was to the affect that sued tht following statement: Smith. of Kentucky's draft tha "There is absolutely no truth in tha armyremainder would be ordcrod to Camp Taystory that is being given circulation, by Red Cross Entertainment lor he lore tht last of the month. ptrsons unfrendly to their country's Cleared $38.75. cause, that signers of the Food Conser The Red Cross entertainment, given at vation Fledge Cardt this week are in the American Theatre, Friday evening, favor of having part of their canned Judicious Advertising ovtrnment lliulcr the direction of Mrs. J. Proctor goods confiscated by tha proved to be quite successful iu a This rumor has betn rtpeatedly denied Keith, Creates many a new business financial way aud the program as a by tht Food Admiuistration, but appar-tutlKnlarges many an old business proit persists. It is whole was very jjuod. The theatre was comfortably filled and paganda, and persons circulating it art Preserves man) agribusiness the net proceeds amounted to r.S 7,") which giving aid and couiforf to the causa of Revives many a dull business will be added to the local Red Cross America's enemies. F. M. Sackttt, fund. Rescues many a lost business "Federal Food Adiur., Kentucky." Saves many a failing business Sunday School To Have Flag. am-uio111 Louisvilio, Ky . Oct. U That the food economy practiced by the house wives of Kentucky will rot he in vaiu sj Ur as the co operation of the army Is concerned is assured in a letti r from the commander of Camp 7, achary Tay lor here made public todav hv V. M. S .ckett, Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky. This letter shows that the army training camps are doinc. everything science can suggest to pre- vent waste in the feeding of hundreds of thousands ot men. The letter followsII, idquartcn 84th Division, .XXXXXXX) n Perplexing. "This bit of literature hasn't any plot to speu k of. Ii it It's got ino guessing." iete the tory, ehr "Noiw; time Jble."-I.ouls- vle Cm Ira D. Behen, Superintendent of tha Cloverport Methodist Sunday School, hat appointed a committee to pur chast a U. S flag for tha Sunday School. The Hag will be Id1, x V) ft , and will ba hung on tha West tide He that planta thorns wtiruot gather wall back of tha pulpit in tha auditorium thus making It perceptible all over oeeu. Proverb. the church. Nov. 16 Arbor Day. Fraukfort, Ky., Nov. 4 Arbor Day will be celebrated in Kentucky, Nov. 16. Gov. Stanley will proclaim the day and State Superintendent, V. U. Gilbert, and Slate Forester, J. K. Bartou, will collaborate to make the occasion oi State-widinterest. e Securessucccss in any business We Are At Your Service Call on Ut or Call Us Ua and We Will Call ea You The Breckenridge News If You Want Quality, Accuracy ami Service The Ball Optical Co 613 Fourth Avenue ROBT. J. BALL BETTER HAVE US MAKE YOUR GLASSES We Are Manufacturers. 'Ask Any Oculist" Louisville, Ky. THE HOME BOYS IN SERVICE. According to all reports, the Clover-porpeople liavc every reason to feel Wit proud of the home hoys, hoth those who are in training Md those who arc in One of tin- liotne 1iys, he ml service from lately anl one who is un.lmihteclly making good as a soldier, is Donnard Smith. It is no longer Don Smith, hut Sergeant Smith, bee his,- he was proniut ed to that rank last week. Sgt. Smiih was one of the first draftees from this county wl.o went to Camp Z u hary TayHe was a private lor in September. only a short while when he was made Corporal and from that he grew to he a Serge int in Co. M. l Inf. llesides a sergeant, In- has heeil selected as one of the few nu n in the pisti l and rille section whi h is also an honor. Sgt. Smith's friends will he glad to hear of his attainments in the military ranks. t be-la- r , . ii l'tcd I). Pierce, who has finished his six months' course in wireless telegraphy at Harvard College. Boston and he it S. S Kentucky on Ii. X aboard the I' unknown waters. A letter from one of the home hoys at Camp Zichary Taylor hears the good news of Mike Tucker, who has just been Corp, prom I' d to the rau'-Tucker's friends will he glad lo near this but it is no more than they expect ed of an ambitious young man like him. s GOLDEN RULE STORE YOU'LL find season us prepared to furnish you with all your wants the right kind of merchandise at the right prices and the right sales people to wait on you. We follow the golden The soldiers of company M, 336 Inf which includes the majority of Ilreckin-- ' ridge countv In, vs. have been quaranI - - J mm HMMi ,,f ttio ivV Tl.pv w ill j WV nil nviuiiiik more remain qu.ireutcene I twenty-ondays and if no new cases develop before then they will be released. l'oKowing are more Cloverport hoys who-- e MM have been added to the Another home l,oy who is making good Honor Roll . rule. Buying clothing, shoes and groceries is a very important problem these days of high prices; we have solved this problem for you. Compare our prices with others and you can easily see that we can save you money. 1 rank Pale !' ranee Co. Sgt. R C. Carter Camp Van Atwell Trance Bfjft Heavin Co. I si; Marines HaMMrn, Haiti. .Battery R; 5U1 Dry Goods Specials for This Week Only All-woo- Men's Shoes .Men's Dress Shoes; light and dark tan English; 4.50 to Field Artillery l ; Myth Infantry Camp Shelby; II iltiesburg, Mis. Victor Starks James I'ate - Sheridan, III. Cmnp Zachary Taylor enthusiastic over the intelligent and patriotic action of some of our great corporation managers. "The railways are a splendid example. Five days after war was declared the railwav pre idents of America were met in couns'ii, devising means by which they niglk contribute most to ready and telling action of their country at war. "They at 01 ce put the ban upon all rivalries for busineea. The 700 companies put their 2,5i1lKK) n.iles of railway into one tremendous unit to serve our country at war. "The tax of increased business might easily have created blockade and COttfn sion and defeat. These rial Americans, with gieat genius and throbbing patriot ism, leaped to the side of the President and gave him their equipment, their organization, their brains und their expert ence, to put over the biggest job America ha-ever undertaken. "They did not wait for federal machinery to call them to service. They Bill lied for the nation's service. They are rates They put working at pe.ce-ti'n- e all at the command of their government. "This is a striking example to corpor. ate patriotism, a fine exhibit of private control, a commendable illustration of American efficiency." -, RAILROADS ARE GOODEXAMPLES Of Corporate Patriotism Doing To Prevent All They Can Blockades In The Distribution Of Food And Other Neces serges in black and navy: 3(1 locb j the yard Red serge at, the yard White sersre (in French and storm) at. the yard Plaid ani stripe Suiting t, the yard 15c, i!5e and Hickory Shirting and Cheviots in solid blue, stripes anil checks at, the yard (iood (ptality White Table Linen at, the yard . Wool Blankets at $4.00 and up. '. $7.00 $3.00 S5.00 - $1.23 SI. 15 75c 50c 18c 75c Men's Heavy Work Shoes; tans or black $3.00 to Men's Cloth Top Over Shoes; 2.50 and Men's Goodrich and Ball Rubber Boots and Ovei Shoes; $3.-to mm men s ana coys aims and Uvercoats j Good materials and well tailored; 9 i sf i ... m- i pM to. Ladies' Skirts and Dresses kirl.s, black and blue serge Poplin and Gaberdine; price 9.00 to all Ladies' Silk Poplin Die-.-shades Lttdie- -' -e; saries. $6.50 S10 and up The following extract from a recent sermon of Rev James W. Yallctityne, ) a prominent pastor of Chic i. setting up the railroads is an example of true patriots. "I beleive ill the pitriotism that shows its worth by its work I want a patriot ism that is foursquare in peace and in I that resents want a pilroti-war external insolence, ouokedness and atrocity, I want a patriot iam that resents internal greed anil explication. "The man who makes profit on the unbuttered bread of widows and lather lea children in data like thaw Me who takes meats and fruits and vegetables Irom the tables of the homes where the one picture on the wall is of LODIBURG the man in khaki--"H- f who will causa cabbage and poll toes to rot, egg-- and fowl to grow stale Mrs. Ltlla Avittaml three children, of tint he mav exiort bis full pound of , visited Mrs. Walter broken women and Clifton Mill-esb. from heart last Sunday. Crying children Mrs. H. F. Hardin bought a fine They are ieloiiious, they are atrocious, they are scum oil . uierica's mi Ttmg pot. voung rooster, a light Brahir.a, of Mrs 1 would chain theta baud and foot anil W lilacs Parks last wtek. march them In llarth's icy pinnace, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Avitt visited their where they might stand as fro.en statu daughter, Mrs. Clabe Dowel!, of liar ary, lo receive the scorn ol a l .oil IOVM diusburg, last Saturday and Sundav. MTOfld tor a tkjOOiand generations. It. Hutchison filled his reguRev. Capital has in supreme opportunity lar appointment at W..luut Grove lust 0 thom thai the gCOiiU and spirit of its Saturday and Sunday. raplall is broad, mighty and devoted H. K. Hardin has so much improved to the public good. Labor has an equal he can walk around a little in the opportunity to show that its fight for its that but will have to miss the elecis not tainted with base greed house, rights tion this year. This is the first one he that it does not lie in wait for an oppor lias missed since beiug old enough to Utility to take advantage of a public con41) years. of wages, re- vote, which has beeu dition to force an increase Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Parks and son, gardless of national welfare "We ara justly proud of some of our Jtsse Hardin, of Krymire, visited Mrs. labor leaders a:id of thousands of patrio Parks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. We are en Hardin, last Sunday. tic Individ Kail in the labor , 11 ' Boys School Shoes Jail the thing to for hard wear: priced from SI. 75 Men's Overcoats; blacks, Browns, Greys and Greens; $8.00 to Men's Dress and Work Pants; all kinds of materials and in all colors; $1.48 to See our line of suits for the boys; plain serges, plaids and stripes: all made of good materials and of the latest styles. Boy's Suits, 2 to 10 yeais; '2.48 to Boy's Overcoats from $3.50 .to Boy's Mackinaws; all sizes $4.00 $498 Boys Underwear Fine HiUbed and Fleeced Cnion Suits for sizes; 75c to boy-al- l Groceries Lenox Soap, per bar U. S. Mail Soap, per bar $1.00 , Boys Gloves Boy I Gauntlets 75c: Boys Fleece Lined glove-- ; 50c and 75c Cadick's Cadick's Cadick's Cadick's Cadick's Self-Bisin- tr Flour; 24 lb. sack 5c 5c $1.50 $1,45 $1.40 $2.70 $2.20 Gold Dust Flour White Rose Flour Shipstutf, per hundred Mixed Feed, per hundred n GOLDEN RULE STORE E. G. BAILES, Cloverport, Manager Ky. Saxton Dutschke and two daughter, Louisville, vuuod thtir aunt, Mrs. Ma Nottingham, last week. of Buyers Choose The Store That Advertises! Most people pass right by the store that's behind the times and store where all the patronize the modern, latest and best methods of doing husiness are in use. is the one that advertises. The store that is about the store is reflected in the The very atmosphere announcements, for advertising suggests modern methods-progress, good merchandise and a cheerfulness in making suggestions for the husy buyer who hasn't time enough to try to think what is needed. Then again, the merchant who advertises sells so much more goods that he can afford to sell cheaper than others and still make money. up-lo-d- ate up-to-d- ate Cut the Ship In Two. "I wits a passenger on otic of tho old fashioned sailing steamers going from London to Australia In 1SS8," said a traveler. "In the Ked sea w ran plump Into a vessel, and our boat cut It entirely In two, no neatly that It might almost have been done with a huge knife. We went clean through her, und the men on the vessel struck stepped from the two halves of that ship on to our deck. The Injured vessel went down within n few minutes after it hud been struck. The thing wns so strange that when the captalu of the vessel we hud struck went buck to London un Investigation was held, and it was substantially proved thut the ollicers hud with design got In t he Immediate track of our vessel In order to bring about a collision in the hope thut they .mild collect Insurance money. The captain and some of the were punished by Imprisonment." orU-ce- JEWELRY Ha savJ It is GOOD if you buy it here. It costs no more and you have our guar- antee as well as the article you buy. Our guarantee insures the high quality of your purchase, or its return if you are not satisfied. T. G. LEWIS, Watchmaker Hardinsburg, Ky. In Old in old Hut una mm catehet charming glimpses through open doorways of long, sunlit pulios. There are plants uhout and bird . ages and freshly I .ish ed clothes hui.glng on lines near tuo walls, women wuKhlug und -- '.in uml all thaita of brown chll urea pluylug In the sunshine. Some Utiles one obtains n glum e at u uegross Willi a big blurU clgur In her mouth and frequently encounters one walk lug lu the street smoking uwuy uncou cernedly. Here Is a laud very near In point of distuuee, yet us fur different frotu ours In language. Ideas, customs and all else as one can imagine. New York Telegram. gos.-lplu- Havana. Thursday Mesdames Will Oowell and D. II Smith was in Louisville last Lucy Haynes. Taylor Priest, Camp Taylor attended week. Mrs. Lewis Jarboe and two children, his father's funeral here last week. spent the week end with her parents, To Kill Weevils in Dry Beans. Mr and Mrs. Henry Dennis. Steve llav nes aud sou, Gordon were iu Hardinsburg Monday. Put the shelled beans in a waterLottis Lucas of near Custer was here tight barrel, set a saucer oa top of Friday euroute to Louisville. them and pour a half cupful of carbon HmmtmrnJ HaV Mr. and Mis. Taylor Gray spent Mon- disulphide in the saucer and cover at I day with Mr. aud Mrs. Jonas Gray, once with two thicknesses of heavy wrapping paper, or, better, building Harued. paper, and tie securely so as to make Will Priest who died Wednesday night A SPORTY ONE. the barrel as near air tight as poswas buried at Garfield cemetery Thins sible. Leave this for twenty four houreW Trap shooting is to be a popular day afternoon. If the first treatment does not kill all port this tall. Consequently many Miss Vinuie Pool who is teaching at weevils, repeat, and put the paper on smart suits are offered. This pepper and salt mixture makes a dashing out- Custer was here Friday euroute to till closer. Keep all lights away, at the gas It explosive. Southern fit, the trimmings and re enforcements, Louisville, of leather adding Just the right note. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Dowell and baby, Emma Lee were iu Hai dins burg GARFIELD. Mrs D H. Smith had as her guests J..'wtJK(.' . Try a "Want Ad." Try a News Want Ad. Now Try our "Want Adt." JUST FUSED A FEW RE HARDINSBURG UNCLE SAM LANDLORD fioi3iroJcr30i Attorney Henry Deliaven Moorman May Have to Build Homes for was in IMiisville Inst week on business War Workers. Mrs Joel H Pile left Saturday for Great Influx of Laborers at "War-Bride-" Louisville where she will visit for Homes Conspicuous Where Food week and from there to Somerset. She Cities Puts Living Space at Premium. will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. I) Administration Cards Are Not W. Scott, and Rev. Sctt. Washington. With of thousand in Evidence-MethodistChMrs. A. M. Kincheloe entertained Fri workmen crowding Into the " day evening in honor of her sister, Mrs cities of the nation. Uncle Snm Gives Out Report Cards. faces the proposition of becoming a Joel II. Pile. landlord fir hnvlng his tmportnnt war Mr Lewis Ditto, of Virginia, is the The Committee on Food Conservawork crippled. The crowded condiguest of his mother, Mrs Hnttie Ditto tion In ninny Industrial confers altion Pledge Cards report their work as Mrs Tom Rhodes has returned to her ready nrp hampering the work of munivery successful. They only reported a few incidents where the householders home in Leitchficld, after an extended tions mnnufneture, especially with additional plants being built to employ refuted to sign the pledge. One woman visit to her sister, Mrs. Mattie Teaff. more workmen. Mrs. I.i mis Jarboe and children are at refused to sign the first time and after The great demand for Inborers In signed the Home from t.arhela, where they were many reconsidering the matter she sections hns been followed by pledge and is now one of the most en guests of her parents. the demand for houses. Companies thuslastic "Hooverlsers" in town. The Mr. John Akers delivtred the ballott hnve built houses for their own workhomes where the Fond Administration boxes last week. men, nnd real estate men and builders Cards are not in evidence are rather Mr. and Mrs D T. Penick, of Oar- - have done their best to relieve the situation. However, the onward sweep conspicuous, because it shows either a field, have been in town. of workmen has defied all efforts tolack of co operation with the GovernPhillip McGary, of Louisville, is the ward proper housing. ment in helping to win the war, or a guest of his mother, Mrs. Lizzie McGary The use of beds In eight-hou- r shifts case of ignorance, so those who have Mrs. Manic Moorman is at home after has been resorted to In such cities as signed the pledge and haven't their Younstown. O. ; Erie. Pa. ; Bridgeport, meraoership card where they can be an extended visit to relatives at several Conn. ; Chester. Pa. ; Newport News, een, owe it to themselves to bring different points. Va., nnd many others. All of these Attorney Claude Mercer made a busi cities were crowded even before the them to light. The members of the Methodist church ness trip to Louisville last week. I'rilted States entered the war. In Erie 4"i in mil Ion workers procured have been given report cards on which Mr and Mrs. C. B. Miller, of Kddy house, they are to report how many meatless, ville, are the guests of her mother, Mrs. roi in and board in one wlih cots In every room anil in the wheatless and wasteless meals they Zeno Hendrick. cellar and attic. Conditions in all of have had during the week. These cards Mr and Mrs. Byron Withers and chil thtie cities are becoming worse each will be given out for nine consecutive day. One shipbuilder procuted -- 00 dren have moved to Owensboro. weeks and it it done merely for the workers and lost them Vernon Cbambliss was thrown from AdCommittees of the National Food the next day because he could find no a mule last tnuay ami unit his collar ministration Bureau to determine how place for them to sleep. f.ir the people are complying with the bone broken. Paul Cliamliliss came home from North request for saving food. A CAMOUFLAGE ARTIST Carolina last Thursday to visit li is mother, Mrs. Mary Cliamliliss, before joining HILL she army. The llardinsburg Milling Co has pur While hens are on a strike ar.d butter chased the Brick Hotel and will make a is so high why not try the war cake re- garage out of it. cipes that lias been tested and found to Tom Whitfield, of Cincinnati, is the be good. It is as follows: guest of bis parents, Mr. and Mrs, Angus cup of boiling water Whitfield. 2 cups of sugar, 1 teaspoon of all kinds 1 box of rasins, Mr and Mrs. Walter Moorman, Jr I iaasDoon salt, of spices, of Glen Dean, were visitors in town Sat2 tablespoons lard let boil five minutes urday. and then cool. Add 2 cups flour and Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Robertson, of Glen heaping teaspoon baking powder. Stir Copjrr;thtuartB Dean, were guests Saturday of Mrs. C and bake. V. Robertson. Mrs. O B. Mattingly is in Owensboro The following young people, Misses with her son, Fraize Mattiugly and Mary Franklin and Virginia Heard, Marfamily. tha ami Isabel Gardner, Annie Lee BishMiss Mary Perkins who has been sew op, Eloi e Hook, Messrs J. C. Steele. ing for the army boys has completed the Galloway, Fly Duvall, and Lewis Owen first lot assigned her and expects to de Moorman went on a "bike" a mile out liver in Louisville soon. She is expect' the Brandenburg road Thursday evening to go with the goods herself. A delightful lunch was served in the After a three weeks visit in Ilerrm moonlight by a camp fire. 111., to see her mother, Mrs, Martha Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne and chilLauder and other members of her family dren, of Irvington, were the guests SunMis. C. W. Saterfield returned home day of Mrs. Mary C. Heston. Thuisday. Misses Kin ma Meador and Bettie Pile Fred Ray who was employed as a carp- entertained the Senior Class of the High enter at the cantonment in Louisville School to a three course luncheon last has returned and resumed work at the Thursday at the home of Mr. J. button factory. John Pate from the country has bought The Basket Ball Team went to John Newbeaurs house in Breckinridge and played a game Friday night Addition and will move soon as he can and then on to Brandenburg Saturday get possession, and played another game. This team Mrs. Simon Beavin, Mrs. Vernon was victorious at both places. Milburn and Mrs. Sahlie went to Louis Miss Bettie Pile and Miss Emma Mead ville last Saturday shopping. or spent Sunday at Custer with their Here is a soldier who makes himsell Charlie Wborley moved last Thursday parents. look like a wire screen so that the You will continue to get good clothes for from iff the Pike to the Saterfield farm Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conipton and chil enemy will think he is nothing but is in Louisville to dren were the Snnday guests of Mr. wire. Miss Stella Dawson reasonable prices at this store. We will conSome camouflage. The French see her sister, Mrs Percy Hargrove and Jesse Macy and family at their country pollu who Is seen here has succeeded tinue to guarantee and insure your complete brother, Oscar Dawson at Camp Taylor. In weaving about himself a wire enhome near Garfield. satisfaction in the wearing of these clothes. Harland Dunn and mother who have I. B. Richardson and tanglement and after completing tin Mr. and Mrs. job Is at work putting together a deadbeen living on the Allen farm will move children, of Garfield, spent Sunday with will be no reservations or exceply grenade in a trench the French had soon to the bouse vacated by Jim De tier parents, Mr. and Mrs Minor Comp taken from the Germans. tions our satisfaction guaranteed policy. Jearnett. ton Mrs. Julia Wood received word last MOVES HOUSE 1,850 MILES week that her grandson, Hardin Wood paper drop boxes have been closed and all youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin mail is handed at the window thus savLoa Angeles Family Goes to EdmonWood died sudenly at their home in ing time and trouble for the postmaster ton, Can., and Takea Home Louisina. and all concerned. With Them. ScharTner &. Mark clothes home of Fred May Jr. is at home from Louis So far the mails have been about the Los Angeles. It Is not an uncomville to be with his family and look same aud the tax law has made very mon sight to encounter a house upon the interest of his farm. little difference. rollers In the middle of a street and in Mrs, Sallie Morton has gone to Owens the process of being transported to a boro for a lengbty visit to her nephew, new location some distance away, but Wesley Swaggert and ueice, Mrs. Rhame It Is seldom that a house Is taken to Origin of a Postal Custom. and their families. The steamship Oregon was lost off pieces, the parts transported more Monthly R. A. Smith was in Louisville last Sire Island on March 14, 1880. She than 1,800 miles, and once more put towas rammed by a coastwise schooner, gether again. This Is exactly what has week Equal to Christmas Rush. remaining afloat for half an hour, a happened, however, with the residence Rev. Russell Walker was in Hartford time which mudc It possible to save of J. E. Storer of this city. The Storer Saturday and Sunday. every persou aboard, when her mull family recently decided to make its Because so many people got busy and was fished up aud delivered E. J, Stallman, Chenault was in town the pieces home hereafter In Edmonton, Canada, answered all neglected correspondence were stumped with a statement that and for some reason, not generally Friday. in order to save a penny, it was almost they had been lu the wreck, the first known to the public, they took tuei Wm. Gilbert, EddyviUe arrived Thursequal to the Christmas rush in the local Instance of a practice which Is now house with them. A corps of workmen News has just printed a few hundred spend a week with bis family. employed by direction of the interna was engaged, the house takeu down day to post office Thursday before the the three neat and attractive monthly, and annual reMis. F. D Hawkins returned from cent tax law went into effect. Postmas- tlonal postal union. The credit for this piece by piece, each carefully marked ter Lightf. ot and his two valuable assist simple device is believed to be due to and done up In neat bundles and load- - Hawesville Thusiday having besn the are designed to meet the port cards, ants, Miss Mary Joe Muttingly and Miss Edward M. Morgan, at that time In a ed unon a steamshln for truminortntlon uuest of her daughter, Mrs H. J. Rice requirements of the rural schools of Brecksubordinate position lu the New York to Vancouver, and thence by rail to and Mr Rice. Louise Whitehead were kept busy the poatofflce, who foresaw that a few Edmonton. It will not be long, there-- ! . ,h Hoi. t,. inridge county, and are, according to ntire day selling stamps and sending minutes' work with a rubber stamp fore, until an American frame bouse, L oat the mail. would forestall an infinitude of com built of American lumber from floor loweeu party given by Mr. and Mrs teachers who are using them, complete in D. Addison at their home at Addison every one gets accustomed to us- pluuit- .- New York Sun. Until to shingles, appears in .a Canadian every way. s ing the correct number of stamps on city as the residence of the Storer Wednesday evening. family. We are selling these cards to and post cards the letter and news Desperate. teachers at II. Harrington of Meade county II. Mr. Smith (making a purchase for was in town Saturday. as hardly any school will need each, and, Mrs Smith, who has Instructed him to RURAL SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Waggoner and get her pair of three aud a half over 50 or 60 of them the cost is small comdaughter, Jaiie were guests of relatives ahoesl-L- et me see a pair of ladles' H4gher Pay in Business pared with the time it usually takes to fill out Pursuits at Hites Run Sunday O'a, wide. Causes Shortage of Teachers In it off today Shopman (who knows the Smiths) old style card. Wyoming. Why. Mr. Smith, your wife always or Hoover Griddle Cakes. it done toSend your orders to this office with ders 8Vs! Cheyenne, Wyo. Score another one Mr. Smith My man, I sm not going Purchaser to pay postage. you An advermorrow. School authorities In Wyoto suffer the torture of the Infernal for Mars 1 cup ot crumbs, 1 cup of flour, regions every morning watching that ming say 26 rural schools are closed in this paper tisement cup of milk, teaspoon baking In the atiit because teachers cannot be woman trying to get a bushel of feet powiler, l egg, Into a peck of shoes. I am solus-- to secured. More fluanclal rewsrd in today will bring busi1 teaspoon butter. teaspoou oi salt. take her a pair that will tit her. Lou the business pursuits connected with Mix dry ingredie ts, hdd the milk and the war ure taking many women and ness tomorrow. don Answers. do the butter men teachers away from their profes beaten egg. lagil Wtu CL0VERP0RT, KY. sion, according to the state superlnt beat ag.tiu aud bske by spooufiii on a Subscribe For News dent of instruct on. hoi giiddle. 10 H00VERIZE' urch "wnr-brldo- I five-roo- liai'ly-neeile- ITEMS 1 Young men in college, high school, business, professions; come to us Whit-wort- be interested in the new Hart Scharfner & Mark styles for fall; new colors, new weaves, new models. Suits and overcoats made with practical ideas in style, with wholesale dignity. VOU'LL e Belt suits, military types, high waisted coats; military overcoat models; a great assortment of the best things. There to B. F. The Beard Hart & Co., r STEPHENSP0RT and Annual Report Cards for 1 I . COUNTRY SCHOOLS The that j ,,i,,i the let-tor- the lc Putting won't get the direct remittance. , 1 1 THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS, -' The THE BRECKENRIDGE JOHN D. BABBAGE. NEWS the wither o. k , provided a pant less day is not inaugurated. Editor and Publisher The county election is now over. The defeated candidates are now wondering what kind of place the prevaricators all go to. Take pride plete list. in ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT. KY.. WEDNESDAY, our County Honor Roll and help us to get a com- NOVEMBER 7, 1917 EIGHT PAGES. Subscription price $1.50 Cards of Thanks over a year, 50c for 4 FARM AND STOCK. 1 months; 75c for 6 months. U. R. fate, (if Beech Fork, had three head of young cattle to die last week with black leg; so pronounced from the symptoms and actions of the cattle, ooo A. A. Arms and Ruseau Dowcll have r5 acres of tobacco, 26 of Hurley and 29 of dark. They estimate their Burley at 26,000 pounds aod the dark at 30,000 pounds. They turned down an offer of $20 round for the Burley aDd ti2 5o for before sowing, and gave it a top covering with manure and straw. Mr. Foote Is n progressive young farmer and uses up methods in all his work on the farm and gets good results. Nobe Pate has bought the Mattingly Bros, farm known as the Geo. Hook place. It contains 3OO acres, well improved and well located. He paid $11,000 cash for it. The sale was made through Mr. Best, manager of the Trust Department of the Bank of Hardinsburg & Trust Co. Mr. Pate says he has a farm now that suits him and his wife and is well pleased. 000 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 charged for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. them, tine and thrifty, and they will this year to more than pay for it. Mr bring him a nice bunch of money. Bandy knows how to do things on the 000 farm and get results, Geo. Board sold Vic Robertson two 000 6 and 7 ear old mules for $400, and "Bud" Board, of Garfield, was over three 2 year olds for $500, and bought at Lodiburg Monday and picked up the ten thoroughbred Tolled Durham heifers following cropsof tobacco 4,000 pounds for $6,V). Mr. Board is one ot the best of Burley from Adam Bashain at $22; and most successful young farmers 5 000 pounds from Neel Skeeto at $22; around IrvingtoD. 6,000 from Mr. Robinson at $22; 1,000 from Mr. Brown at $21.50. 000 Nobe Pate has sold the farm Tie purcoo chased recently in Holt's bottom to Joseph Monen was at Hardinsburg Louis HobacK, a U.iviess county man, Monday getting his deed for the corner for $0,500. The sale was made through grocery h use and lot occupied by Mrs. Rev. Roberts owned the Thanksgiving day will soon be here, and we will have more to Adkisson & Seaton, real estnte dealers. Williams. building and sold it to Mr. Monen for 000 be thankful for on this good day than any nation on earth. The Roscoe Hendry is not only an efficIt understood will largest crops ever known are being harvested and stored away in ient mail clerk, but a good farmer. He $550 cash. stock isof groceries that heMrs buy the from barns and silos. Tobacco is bringing a handsome price, and corn is says he has 21 acres of the best corn he Williams. being sold at Si per bushel. Hugs and cattle arc in demand at fancy ever raised on Mil ground. He thinks 000 prices, and the usual Thanksgiving turkey is roosting so high in the it will make 4O bushels to the acre. A Jas. C. Ellis and Mr. Miller, stock dealers of Owensboro, were at Irvingway of price, that we will content ourselves on having pumpkin pie good yield for hill ground. ton Monday buying stock. There were 000 and rabbit on this good day of thanks. Hon. Chintz Royalty had on exhib- buyers from Texas in that vicinity Ust ition at the Bank of Hardinsburg & week. Thev purchased a nice bunch of W e are publishing this week an Honor Roll of part of the BreckTrust Company last week a sample of cuttle down at Glen Dean. Breckeninridge county boys. We did not have the names and addresses of fine cigarette Builey. He has a stand- ridge county is building up a reputation all the boys, therefore we could not give a complete list. We have ing offer of $27 50 per hundred for it. for fine stock all over the country. It is e the list of the county boys in Camp Zachary Taylor, but there arc a It is a beautiful piece of tobacco, fine up to our breeders to produce stock to hold and increase their color and weight. It was grown on an number of boys who are in training elsewhere over the country and acre of ground in a stable lot. Here's business. probably in service, it is their names we are desirous of getting. We a pointer for next year. Nothing the should like very much for the families to either telephone or send us matter with Breckinridge county soil if The Railroads Doing Their Bit. their names and addresses. you treat it right and give it the proper Washington, Ds C. Nov. 3, 1917. food and attention. Fairfax Harrison, Chairman, Rail 000 It used to be on election day in our little town the women would Mike roads' War Board, authorizes following Askins, was not come out and the mothers were afraid to send their children to dinsburgCook, of paying his at Har statement: Monday taxes and school on account of the drnnken men. Election day now is the same subscribed for the Breckenridge News "The Railroads' War Board has reas any other day, only we haven't quite become used to seeing the just what all farmers are dohag or ought ceived reports indicating that the efMr. forts of the railroads and coal shippers women at the polls, but we believe politics will be the cleaner and to do to be happy and prosperous. '.Cook says he has 8,000 pounds of hue to prevent the threatened coal shortbetter for it. red tobacco with a standing offer of age in the Northwsst during the coming $12 50 round; also a fine crop of corn winter has baen mora successful than After the candidates get settled and in the harness of their and plenty of hogs and cattle to feed it seemed possible during tha summer. offices we are going to look for them to fulfill all of those to. With Ave wee ks or more left before the close of navigation on tha Great excellent promises they made to the voters before election. Espec000 ially arc we interested in seeing Kentucky become a "bone dry" J. F. Gray & Sons have eleven acres Lakes, 23,348.100 of tha 29.000,000 tons, of red tobacco that wilt average 2 000 which is estimated will ba required, State, and we are anxious to see better schools in our couuty. pounds to the acre. It is one of the hava already baen sent to tha Northfinest crops they have ever raUed. They west. The commission on Car Service is now directing tfforts to the work of e With u wheatless Monday, a meatless Tuesday and a fireless have the reputation for growing insuring an adequate coal supply for tobacco and get top prices. Wednesday, we see no rcasf.n why everyone should not get through domestic and industrial uses of coal in 000 Joe Blunk lives down near Maceo, in all other sections of the country. While Diviess county in theptcan section a greater supply of coal has been min r Mr. Blunk gathered from one tree ou ed and shipped than ever before, the his farm cOO nonnilsif nuts that hrnnuhr difficulty today is that the consumpton him OLe hundred dollars. Ml averaue all over tha country is greater than ever before." was $75 per tree. STARVATION WILL WIN. After reading what the late General von Bissine, the Prussian 000 Military Governor had to say about food, we are more thoroughly the dark. Harvey Ditto, of Brandenburg, sold late General ooo convinced than ever that "food will win the war." This Mr. Elite, of the Jas. C. Bills Mule Co. in speaking of the enemy said: "Starvation is a tremendous force Charley Drury sold his crop of i2,000 of Owensboro, three mules for $420. with which we can make these people do what we want." And, you pounds of Burley at 122 round. Thos. 000 J. Triplett was the purchaser. H. W. Board A Wilson, of Irvington, sold remember, the Germans captured Poland by taking food away from Gross refused $25 round for his crop. Wihon & Miller, of Owensboro, 18 the inhabitants and the fittest were finally driven into Germany 000 stock hogs at 14 cents; alto 10 thorough through hunger while the unfit were left to die. Steve Haynes and his fine little son, bred Polled Durham heifers for $600. and a level- Gordon Lee, were in Hardinsburg MonSo Mr. Hoover, who is undoubtedly a 000 headed man, has taken the opposite view of Gen. von Biasing's state day visiting Judge Unwell and Mrs. Paul Wilson and George Board shipDowell. Gordon is the most friendly ped Monday four loads of cattle and ments and is advocating that food is going to be a tremendous force little fellow we ever met, He is a great hogs valued at $12,000. Mr. Wilson whereby our allies can do what they want to with Germany. and with every shake he paid out for stock last month $30,152 40, Knowing what it means to be hungry from one meal to the next gives you a sweet gracious smile. all shipped from Irvington. and truly believing that Mr. Hoover is on the right road toward win000 000 ning the war, we are going to comply with his request and have Worland Carter is building a silo on Green Bandy bought the Thos. Fack his farm near Irvington. This is a mark ler farm of 7 acres near Irvington last seven meatless, fourteen wheatless and twenty-onwasteless meals, of progress and efficiency in farming. spring for $.',500. He has fed and shipand we hope that nfter you have read this that you will be convinced 000 ped 30 head of hogs for $1,102, and has that "foodlwill win the war" and do your part in saving it and help Green Bandy is feeding a nice bunch 1.030 bushels of corn left. Mr. Bandy of I) roc. There are about 50 or 6U of says he will the Allies. raise enough on this farm . far-seein- g hand-shak11 e mm FOOD OK PUT OFF" AND "PUT OFF." NEXT WEEK AND NEXT WEEK, AND SO IT GOES UNTIL SOME CHANCE COMES ALONG AND THEN YOU SAYt-"- 0H, IF I ONLY HAD THE MONEY NOW" AND SOME OTHER FELLOW BUYS THE BARGAIN OR THE BUSINESS, OR THE REAL ESTATE AND MAKES MONEY. WHY DON'T YOU HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT AND MAKE IT GROW SO YOU'LL BE PREPARED FOR A GOOD BUSINESS CHANCE? THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG & TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. We Offer You Total Assets Over $850,000.00 Strength, Courtesy, Good Business Methods Cloverport is going to be asked to give $150 for the Y. M. C. A. war work fund. This seems a very small amount when we think of the tremendous good the Y. M. C. A. workers are ding for all the soldier boys. We are sure that you have read of the Y. M. C. A work in the trenches, and the home boys at Camp Zachary Taylor write us how much they are helping the boys in the training camps to pass away the time and to keep constantly before the boyo the .high ideals for which they are fighting. What we want to do is to go down in our pockets and give until it hurts for the Y. M. C. A. work. It may save your boy or our boy from the trfrible pitfalls of sin and be of everlasting good. DR.. W. B. TAYLOR. ...PERMANENT... "T- l- DENTIST Office Hoars: IW Alw8ce" ur.dar,D,t InriDgfon, Kj. Insure With a Home Company A policy high-grad- with me meets every requirement for absolutely reliable fire insurance Its value is based on FACTS not promises It is a stock company and you have no liability beyond the premium paid. 5 Insure with V W. C. MOORMAN, Hardinsburg, Ky. PUBLIC SALE November At At My Rtsldencs, 1 Farm and Personal Property, on Hardinsburg, Breckenridge County, 0ns O'clock, Ky. 14, 1917 f. M. high-grad- the farm On the above date I will offer my farm for public sale, containing 28 acres, 24 acres In timber, 75 acres In (rasa, 25 acrea In cultivation. About 75 acrea of th- - farm level, balance rolling Plenty of water on r I T 40x80 tabacco barn, 40x40 With tha following improvements: stock barn, two corn crib-- , five-rooresidence, th tenant Pea-vinhouae. Alao the following personal property: One Stallion, saddle and harnesa bred. One Jack eight years old. Three horses; three Jennets; sixteen Mules from two to eight year old two nilch Cowa; one Jersey heifer; five Hogs; aaven tona nay; 500 bushela Corn and aundry Farming Implement. four-year-o- ld Careful Attention To Small Accounts Wm ra m for all depositor: Thm man with the small account receives at much consideration at thm man who carries m large balance. Only a- banker knows how thm smalt accounts increase. From an acorn thm great oak grows. - have uniform treatment Our old friend, Henderson Williams, the water works mau of Hawesville, has made a small fortune on two farms he bougnt several years ago near Hickman fur almo.t a song. He sold them lust week for $24,000 ,ash. He returned home and picked up his good wife and took a traiu lor Florida, where he has 000 Feeders and Breeders of Stock. A meeting of the representative cattle feeders and breeders of Kentucky has been called by Commissioner of Agri culture. Mat S. Cohen, to convene at the Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, Kentucky, Friday, November 9th, I917 at two dock in or,ier to di8CU88 the impor, tance and need of stimulating the cattle fee(Ung am, breedmg indu8triei of the State, which industries at this Hue i are at a lower ebb than at any time since, the Civil War Kvery cattle feeder and cattle breeder in the State is invited to be pr sent at this meeting and express hi.' - in h. h..,, .voto amiI iiic.us "v. u ' " of meeting this emergency and stimulat ing these industries in order to augment th.- supply of beef and to better prepare r for demands, which will necessarily be made upon this country. It U hoped that all who are interested in cattle feeding or breeding may be prcseut at this important meeting. I after-the-wa- OUR NEW LINE OF "",,uusu"'" jh u-t .a.ui.auu. v iw y hi. time down at Hictman mat lit ,10 1 vJt iu mp ( i) tring to FALL GOODS Is Open for Your Inspection. We carry the best line of Shoes in town. Come in and see them! gratulate Mr. William aud hope be wili m ,ka another 24,000 in Florida. Squire G. A. Whittioghill is a pros peruub farmer living near Glen Dc a. ., , , . .. 000 H, wa and7 feeding 73 I rZT future ,1 Give plain our account system. Courteous treatment to all. at a call and let mm ex- The Farmers Bank, - Hardinsburg. Ky. f3 delivery. He has 14 ucros of fine I'rior tobacco, good corn unU buy crop. His farm u for sale. ooo C. B. Garden, the tuilior nt Pordsvilli;, has contracted lor 5,000 bushels of corn at $1 per bushel. Bro.i. 31 iiead of utlc Hu a so sole Hagmaa & Bro 1H hcHd, .ill feeders Price private. B C V MM sowed Un res of wheat Julian Brown tsi4 Bearc 000 aud prepared the grouuu Mrs A. J. Pate andiMii Jessie Pat have returned trom a visit to Mr, and Mrs. J ' n l'..te in Kvan vil'e. W. L ui old, ot Louisville, was here thoroughly Tuesu. I PEYTON H & RHODES, Hardinsburg, Kentucky. f5h Breckenridge News. NOV. 1, 1917 K WKDNKSDAY, Reilly, of Hirdiniburg, made a visit to Camp Taylor last Sunday to see our boys In camp there. i STRONG CONTRAST SUPREME NEED OF THE II lot red at the PostOffllcatOlovrport. second class matter. 1 lHI?APFR A. REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE OCNKRAL OPriCES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES Arthur Jarboe, of Pittsburg, Pa., wis at Hardinsburg Mocdsy. He was en route to Memphis, 1 'run where he will be stationed this winter. Mrs. Wm. Birnett auddaughter, Miss Mary B.tmrtt, of Owensboro, were the guests of Mrs. J. Brnr Severs and Mr, Severs tor the week end. Miss Emma Higman and Miss Alice Hagman, of Skillman, were tne week . IN OUR GENERALS lTES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Por Precinct and city Office! f 3. 50 $ B.OO For County Office! Por State and District Office f 16.00 10 For Calla, per line... 10 Por Cardi, per line For All Publications in tbe inter-ea- t of Individuals or expression 10 of individual viewt per line Tnin Schedule on The L, H. & St, L. R'y. Effective June 17, EABT BOUND will lesve Cloverport Arriving Irvtmrten Arrlvl hit Lnulovlll Ko. 144 will leave Cloverport Arriving; Irvlngton Arriving Louisville No.MSwIllleaveClover ort Arriving Irvlngton Arriving Louisville. Ho. 1 end fteests of Miss Mary Jo Matlingly and Miss Agnita Mattlngly. Mrs. Ward and children, Miss Nam i Ward and Theodore Ward, left Mondav (or Louisville where they will join Mr, Ward and make tnelr home. James Fitch, who has been employed as carpenter, working on the conton ment in Louisville, has completed his work there and returned home. Mr. and Mrs. George May and daughter, Miss Eva May, acd son, Frank May, of Cannelton, spent Thursday with Misses Eva and Eliza May. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. J. Ferry arrived Monday evening from Wheeling, W. Va., and are with Mrs. Ferry's mother, Mrs. F. M. Smith, for a short stay, Miss Angie Gibson, who has been substituting in the Cloverport Public School for J. Raleigh Meaner, returned to her home in Irvington Wednesday. Mrs. LeRoy Ramp, who has been visiting htr parents, Mr. aud Mrs. John Jarboe, for several weeks, left for her home in Kansas City Saturday morning. Mrs. E. G. Bailes and children, Baiies, Allien Misses Nellie Louise Bailes and Morona Uailes, are spending this week in Jtffersonville visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Day and daugh ter, Vertee, of Troy, Ind., and MiM Agness Gasser, of Troy, and N. L. Terlin, of Cannelton, motored here General Pershing Is Quick on Trigger; Sibert a TireSays Dr. Mather. Editor of less Worker. Christian Advocate, in His War Sermon at the Methodist EACH HAS BIG MAN'S JOB Temple, Louisville. supreme need of the hour lies not in the direction of material wealth or autocratic power, but in the whole heart ed surrender of purely selfish interests to the common good of all," said the Rev Dr. Arthur Mather, editor of the St louis Christian Advocate, ill a sermon at the Methodist Temple n short time ago At the time of the merg'ng of the Wal nut and Chestnut street churches into the congregation now known as the Un-pMethodist Episcopal church, South, Dr. Mather wns associate pastor of the congregation to the Rev Dr. W. P Lloyd. He occupied the pulpit at both services yesterday. Dr. Mather said in part; "The history of the race is the story of the progressive conquest of man over the forces exterior to himself. Hebas traveled through the ages, passing from victory to victoiy Such is the record contained in the Scriptures, and such is the story of all history The animal creation lies completely at his mercy, und in the order of progress was piophetic of more difficult and vaster conquests yet to come; until, to day, we see the mighty cosmic forces of the universe harnessed for the service of, and under the practi cal and intelligent control of mankind 'Wealth has been accumulated upon a scale before unknown, but we have not learned bow to use or appreciate it It j has In .light fearful curses upon us aud created problems which threaten the very foundations of universal well being. It has spread ruin throughout large sec tions of the political and commescial world and menaced the peace of thotis Knowledge has increasamis of homes ed in tbe earth, and educational oppor Utilities were never so prolific, many men k uawing so many things that they don't know what they do know. We lack the wisdom to use our knowledge. We have witnessed in the last few years an enormous increase of power, but the present spectacle in Kumpe sadly indicates that we have fai ed to utilize it for the highest ends. How true it is 'We see, not yet all things put under him.' "May it not be that the lessons which are being impressed upon us through the tital struggle of the present days shall become tbe medium through which the nations shall be brought to a knowledge of their opportunity, thus making it pos sible that the century which now is may witness the inauguration of the Golden Age, iu which the kingdoms of tnis world shall become the kingdom of our God aud His Christ? God grant it." Louisville Times. Commander In Chief Forces Things Along at Top Speed, While Sibert Watches Details and Insists on Accuracy. Field Hendqtmrters, American Expeditionary Forces, France. Two men, both eftlclent, both trained In the same school, both In the same line of service, probnbly never offered stronger contrast than Gen. John J. Pershing, commander of the expedition, and MaJ. (ien William L. Sibert, division commander. Working ns a tenin. whipping our troops Into shape for the grueling struggle awaiting them, It would be hard to find a better combination. Each hns n heroic-sizeman's Job and lending n great army in these days offers many Jobs, writes Junius B, Wood In the Chicago News. d mnn-size- 'The 1917. 10:11 - Itltt 4:61) & 9:18 A. M. A. M. &0 !:! 7:40 P.M. S:0 A M. A. M. A. M. 7: P. JJ. P. M. P. M. The Democratic Sweater Harriet, with papa and mamma, with hayrack parties, hiking trips and journeys to school. It is the headiest, sturdiest I'ershlng ger style. is dry. Is of the WEST BOUND leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evnnsvllle Arriving St. Louis No. 143 will leitve Cloverport Arriving Hawesvllle Arriving Owensboro No. 145 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvllle Arriving ft. Louis No. 147 will leave Cloverport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson Wo. 141 will iiiiimiiu iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiniiiiiiiiiinmi " Mag :23 A. M. P. M. I'M- - Sibert will be sure that the powder 7:10P.M. 7 :4ft P. M. H:f :00 11 P. JJ. 1:00 1:50 1:17 7:40 :30 ff A.M. A.M. A.M. P. M. P. M. P. M. A. M. A. M. M. 7:4A. 9:00 A.M. LOCAL ITEMS. IrlllilMtrvTvlllHllllinTIIIIIHMMIIIIIIIIItlllllllintinlinillllMIIIIIM Sunday afternoon. Mrs. H. A. Oelze returned to her home Tuesday from the Jewish Hos ! pital, Louisville. Mrs. Oelze's friends will regret to know that her health is will go to Lou- Of M.. HdlUl a C Personal nL-J til Readcrs. ::::::: v A CU and Kusiness t not much improved. lm Onr Ruav I a VI Miss Mary McGavock wm v 1 i Weatherholt Henry Lewis was in Tell City Sunday. W. C. Moorman, of Hardinsburg, was here Tuesday on business. More new shoes for men, women and children at Sippel's this week. will entertain Mrs. Harry the Wednesday Club this week. Mrs. Fred Hawkins is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tucker. You can always get satisfaction when you toy your shoes from Sippel's Shoe Store. was and other relatives. Mrs. Brashear. of Louisville, visiting relatives at Stephensport Sat- Tice Hendrick and Davis Walls, of Hardinsburg, were in this city on Wednesday and Friday. Miss Lenora McGavock will be hostess to tbe Friday Club on Saturday afternoon of this week. Be prepared for bad weather and buy yonr Ball Band rubbers at once fiorn Sippel's Shoe Store. Mrs. Hovious Beben and daughter, isville Wednesday to visit Mrs. Frank who leaves in a short while to join Mr. Weatherholt in California where they expect to make their home. Write to Fordsville 1'laning Mill Company for their lowest prices on anything that you may need in lumber, sash, doors, columns or millwork. They will mail you their close delivered prices by return mail. Edison Gibson, was here last week the guest of relatives. He is living in California and has been in Kentucky for several weeks visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Gibson, at Prospect, Thirty Squirrels, Two 'Possoms. Forest Freeman and Gus May, witi. their two famous hunting dogs, Howdy and Barney, went squirrel hunting Fri day. They killed thirty squirrels and two 'possoms in about seven hours hunt. A few nights ago they took their dogs and went up Tar Creek a coon hunting. The right was pretty cool and considerable ice formed on the creek. In tbe course of time their dogs barked "treed" and these two Miss Marlon Behen, were in Louisville mighty coon hunters started to them. Saturday and Sunday. When they found the dogs they were James Speed, of Louisville, was the on the creek barking through the ice at guest of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Arms, of a big carp. Messrs Freeman and May Hardinsburg, last week, now take a can of bait and a box of i The Ladles' Reading Club will be et fish hooks along since these two famous tertained Thursday afternoon at tbe dogs have started "treeing" fish. borne of Mrs. A. B. Skillman. Qeorge Armr, of Lakeland, came home Monday to vote and visit his brother-in-law- , Mr. Spencer, at Roff. and Mrs. Frank Ferry were !n Mr. Nashville several days of latt week the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams. Charlie Miller, of Eddyville, paid the Bseccenridge News office a pleasant visit last week. He came home to vote Clint Norton and daughter, Mrs. Austin Arms, and Mis Arms, of Hardinsburg, spent the past week in Louisville. Paul Mattlngly, of Louisville, spent Tuesday with his mother, Mrs. John Mattlngly and sister, Mrs. Steve Wilson. Canary, of AmMr. and Mrs In town Sunday. Mr. aud nions, were Mrs. Canary will probably move here soon. F. K. Rhodes, of Hardinsburg, was the guest of his niece, Mrs. N H. Qutg-gin- s and Mr. Qulggins, Wednesday and Pershing Is of the dashing type, nervous, always on the go. like a surcharged battery, stirring everybody lie comes In contnet with, forcing them along at top speed. He tells what he wants It Is up to the staff he has picked to see that It Is carried out. He'll lie sure to know and they'll know If It Isn't He gives a sharp glance at a company at attention, pleks.eut s man whose eyes are wnnderlni teD the ennrjmny conuiiande wrong n fgur - ctlgrC pie which are not foreotten a mander knows how to bring tW oj ers up to standard. He also real that he had hetter. Pershlne foi Moros, administered provinces when un Iron hand was necessary, rides day and night In the field nrrfT in the office holds his conferences through the day and reads reports most of the night. Sibert a Methodical Worker. Sibert Is deliberate, methodical," a tireless worker, watching every detail, Insistent that reports of his under offcovicers be accurate, comprehensive, ering every argle, of the type that Is persistent and sure. His voice Is seldom raised above its quiet, even tone, lie walks through the village street from his headquarters to his mess each day at the same gait nnd the same hour. It may ho a momentous Incident that will delay him u minute, or prevent him from being back at his desk at the mluute he calculated on. When he Inspects a company he stops His comments In front of each man. to the commanding ofticer are fatherly In tone. Sibert helped build the Panama cnnnl. He Is un engineer with n tralnlni: for accuracy that figures down to thousandths of Inches. Once when General Pershing wns ranking his flying trip of Inspection on his first visit to the American nuny Announcement zone, n smile twitched the corners of For Appellate Judge. his stern lips. A sergeant, one of 'the e who knew army " We are authorized to announce the regulations like his Hoyle, was drilling name of J. W. Henson as a candidate a plutoon, mostly gawking, raw re for the Democratic nomination for Ap Out of the corner of His eye Second District, cruits. pellate Judge from the he saw the eenernl nnd a following of in the primary, August, 1018. officers striding across the field In his old-tim"non-coms- athletic aristocrat, but right away it became chummy with Tom, Dick and garment you could have. The sweater was bom an J. C. NOLTE & BR0., Cloverport, Ky. Be Sure and Mail us Your List for Anything Ms-nv may nccu i ut. i in LUMBER For Our Loi FORDSVILLE JAKE WILSON, Sash. Doors, Col-amn- s. Millwork PLANING Incorporated Prices 9LL COMPANY Manager ,v oJAr1 a F0RDVILLE, KY. Pay Household Bills With a Check the boUStWatf pays her bill with a check she gets a double receipt tradesman receipts her bill. The cancelled check at the bank is an additional voucher. If there is a dispute over a lost receipted bill the canceled check settles all arguments. Resides, you can tell at the cul of the month just how much it costs to run your home. Let us start jon right. Open an account today. You will not regret it. WBBM FIRST STATE BANK W. J. PIGGOTT, President J. M. HERNDON, Vice President : Irvington, J. C PAYNE, Cashier J. O. I.YDDAN, Ass't. Cashief Forty Hours Devotion. Forty hours devotion began at the St. Rose Catholic church Sunday morn-ir- g and continued until Tuesday noon. Rev. Father Henry had with him Kev. Father Walsh, of Louisville, and Rev, Father McNeil, of Waverly, who assisted in the devotional services. On Thursday of last week the members of the St. Rose church observed All Saints Day and Fiiday All Souls Day was observed. Classified I I I ADVERTISEMENTS I RATE tc Per Word Each Insertion Note when vou want advertisement discontinued Advertisers please notify the editor WANTED laid ApWANTKHTo buy a ply ut Tito News omYe. Man past 30 with horse and buggy to sell Stock Coodltlou Powder lu HreckenrldKe county. (Salary j"U per month. Address Industrial Bldg., Indianapolis, Indlaoa. four-post- er 1) WANTED MISCELLEANOUS WANTK.ll You to make extra money by spare room or your VKCant renting bouse by running n waul Ad. In run, Hllic OKENBIDQg NEWS. Women Busy Electioneering. lht The women were busier electioneerday, than ing in Cloverport FOW SALE the men. The majority of them ware hiiUSAI.K s c. Whit- LeitlM'riw. about mo' hers and they wre vitally Interest bo pullets at II each; SO 1 year-olbens at ed In the election of County School fl.bo earh. Batisfactlon Kuaranteed. Oreen Hill fnullrv farm, .1. 1. uryant. sianaKer, Superintendent. Those who had auto M, yuu.iy. Ky. mobiles ksDt them running all day KUK SA1.K reason Tree doit. chance carrying the women voters to and from for kciiuiK. noU. II I .a to hunt (satisfaction guaranteed. lie. Cloverport. Ky. the notes. Two uool tables lu 1'olt Thursday. With this exception the day was just dlttnn SALIC at Tbe Urtteklurldxe-bau- sood cou Apply of k Mrs. Leon McQavock and daughter, like bay other day and "all was quite Uloverpo'l. UU. 1 4ww m at ,1 Klin. Iflhll. UeDt on tbe Potomac" while tbe anxious Ki'K HALE-- A lot of Rood Milk Cow. ..nra him urn. Ky. Heard Hron.. Sunday In Skillman the guests of Mrs. candidates awaited tbe returns. , direction. "Attention!" he shouted In stentorian tones and the men made their best efforts to assume a military poise. "Rrace un. ver stundin' like a lot o old wlmmen." crowded the sergeant In h tone meant only for his men. The general, half a dozen strides ahead of the rest of the party, cought it. His Iron gray mustache could not cover He did not criticise that the smile. company. lnstend he veered oft to another with a less exacting drill sergeant. Pershing Was Interested. On the same field n sergeant who had won honors In bayonet fencing was drilling a couipany in the art. General Pershing wns Interested. He wunted to see that It appeuled to nis love for action. A colonel of marines who accompanied him carried a natty bamboo cone. Thut was Just what the general needed. He took the cune. Then to the edification of the officers, also such of the men as dared glance up from their work, the general gave a demonstration of fencing, the life and death style of a battlefield. With the little cane In his right hand he Juefced, forward, Jumped plunged. lunged, skipped sldewuys, each thrust Impaling an Imagines ry foe. vigorous, that's what'e "Vicious, wanted," he said. "Get the man and on to the next one. ThereH not be time In a battle to practice the line two-thlr- Hoover says Hogs are as Vital as Shells "In a Mtatcruent reviewing the world food situation, Food Administrator Hoover said the lisrht gainst the siilinuuino would be won if the United Stutcs and Canada could stimulate production and effect economies so as to feed the Allies from this continent without their sending a ship farther alield than the American Atlantic seaboard." "Ships, wheat and hogs are the world situstlon wider then one I'rtat ncsds emphasized by Mr. would ordinarily attribute to them. The human body must have a cerHoover. He said deepest coucsrn had been caused by the fact that in tain amount of fat; we must Increase production of hogs If we spite of hitfh prices this country's pork consumption had increased are to answer the world's craving" during the war until production had been outstripped, a situation which must be changed." "It we discontinue exports," Mr. Hoover added, "we will move the Herman line from France to the Atlantic seaboard. Pork products have an Influence In this piesent "The production of fats is today a critical necessity for preservation of these people (the Allies ) Every pound of fat is as sure of service as every bullet, and every hog Is of greater value to tbs winning of this war than a shell." our feed stake To assist In winning this war raise hogs; nothing on the farm pays like hog Heed our Nstlon's call; start Isedlng at once; raising. pork st less than sight cants por pound. CALL OK WRITE US FOB PARTICULARS Miss Martha Willis returned home . . a v. saansneiu, , . . M r- -. 1 .1 13.11. M. Hi U In . Warfietd Hendrick, who lives Hardinsburg, was here shopping Wealtiesday and was the guest of Mrs. Hillary Hardin. Mrs. David Walls and Miss Bettie Ta lor, of Hardinsburg, nW.orec.here Weunesdav and spent the day the gut pel of f 'lends. Miss Stella Pool uud Miss Anna Mrs. Br Cishier uln between Cloverport Hotel Keward If brougbt to Haptlst At the regular monthly meeting of and rflce. cburcb. Ibis of of the Breckinridge-Ban- k directors STRAY NOTICH; Cloverport Prlday evening, Miss Ray Heyser was made the assistant TAKEN IIP AM AHTKA Y -- Nov. S. 1S17 Lewis 14 years old; about cashier of the bank. Miss Heyser was on. roa mare.Owner call for welstiapay for 300 pounds b.r. ment ana the efficient assistant cashier of tbe this advertim Uloverport. reeu Dine. j. w Ky. Weaiberholt. Bank of Cloverport for four years, and at the time of consolidation of the two Marriage License Issued. bank:he was made the head book Edwatd Suydsr. laborer, and Cloe Miss Heyser is an excellent bjseptf Landers, both of Cannelton. b.a.irj.'i woman aud she is well quali Ravmind Ooatley, farmer, and Em ma Staples, ooth uf Cloverport, Ky, fUi t if tiie position which she has CanuaJtoo Enquirer. Miss Heyser Made Asst. l.dMT-Ciasa 1 - LOS I ....t..iu rtf forwlnir " lacorporateS General Sibert says that KENTUCKY of the time of the staff officer or any OWENSBORO, oOTuvtttton. if it Is run proper ly, la de voted to planning for the comfort and health of the men. He can ten you Moves to Louisville. how each company Is billeted, how many cases of sickness there are among the expedition, what propor-Hnof their increased Day the men James E. Wajoutr, of Louls" 4 are saving and how the expedition la w. i here Tuesday' to vote lr his feMM Located perm tc ntlv in Hardiab.'ra;, ..onioned for flahtlng. to vn, Mr. and Mrs. Waggons fo: ra ocl kpstoj iiice resx 'tly vacated by There are two big Jobs with two big i rlylividou a far- -i on the tioverp Tt ')r. V'.'alkir. men to till them. The dashing rerun ,iid Ilan'insbur fiitt, Alt) fast ltti-lInw and the methodical Blbert make I hey mov 1 to ht n waert he has a team that will be hard to beut when Subscribe now for the News ositi u at treit cuv motormuu. their machine once starts. Glenmore Distilleries Company Dr. J. C. 0 VERB Y DENTIST n Kentucky i.exington Amended artlciea in creasing the capital stock of the Fay ette Tobacco Warehouse Association from $50,000 to $75,000 were filed here ' UNDER FIRE IN FRENCH TRENCHES News Cullings Versailles. Chester Nave, 12 years Forest. old. was shot In the head and killed near Versailles when a rifle In the county hands of his playmate, Edwin Stanford. Lincoln 13, was accidentally discharged. NOISIEST for $ln,0(M In liberty bonds, or THING IS BIRDS $40,000 more tban the county' allotment. Padurah. The Cumberland Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky adjourned Lexington The Fayette Tobacco Its annual meeting after one of the Germans Drop an Occasional Poorly Aimed 8hell Officer Calls It Dull Warehouse Co., for $40,000, bought one most successful conventions it has held of tho Lexington Tobacco Warehouse In several years. The meeting next Life Visit Acceptable Break Co.'s houses on the west side of South year will be held In Howling Green. In Monotony of Daily Life. d Wll-holt- An epitome of moat Important eventa transpiring in state I I I I Lexington. The price of advanced on November 1 by supplying customers In from 12 to 14 centa a quart 7 to 8 cents a pint. milk was dairymen Lexington and from i Correspondent Describes Visit to Battle Line in Argonne Directory of Cattle and Hog Breeders of Breckinridge County Planters Hall Stock Farm Glen Valley Stock Farm THE HOWARD Glen Dean, Ky. I. I MIIRTMS, rrapltiH I. M. H0WAR0 SON. FARMS Prop Qlen Dean. Ky. Polled Durham Cattle. Poland China Hogs. Short Horn Polled Durham Shorthorn Cattle. Hampshire Sheep Cattle. Duroc Jersey Hogs Shorthorn Cattle . ad Duroc Hogs Hampshire Sheep Have won 1000 Ribbons at State Pairs Past Five Vears Dealer In Leal Tobacco Glen Dean, - Ky. Broadway. Valley Home Stock Farm ff. Thos. O'Donoghue Dealer In and Breeder of Polled Shorthorn and Durham Cattle, Po- Ashland. Mrs. F. G. Fuggltt awoke Lexington. The Payette County Tu- from her sleep at an early hour with a berculosis Association bought by auc- fear that something had happened to tion from the city of Lexington for her Tiusband, an employe of tho Ash$10,025 21 '4 acres of land adjoining land Iron and Mining Company's steel the Tuberculosis Sanltorium and Fred plant. An hour later his body was Douglass Park. aught by a crane and hla life Instantly crushed out. Paducah Rev. T. C. Newman, of Lexington. Expressing satisfaction Marion. Ky., was elected Chief Moderator of the Presbyterian Synod of Ken- that, after looking into the ballot boxes tucky, when the eighty-nintannual for seven precincts, a recount of the meeting was held here. The synod se- vote cast at the municipal primary election would not change the result as lected Marion for the 1918 meeting. already announced, Frank Ott, ComLouisville. Permission to Work out missioner of Finance, asked the Court a new schedule of frelcht rates on coal to dismiss the action. whic h will rMMTt present inequalities Georgetown. An Iron smokestack and establish competition on a fair basis between Kastern and Western on the plant of the Royal Spring Ice Kentucky mines, jril m:mted by the Co. was blow n over by the high winds, Kentucky Railroad Commission in ses- and in falling crushed in the roof of the building. The guy wires of the sion here. slack fell ac ross the street car w invalid knocked out the circuit break at Lexington's Lexington. biennial movement for the "Suppression of the Electric Light & I'owc r Co. Consserciejfsed Vice" took the form Ixiuisviile.-rTl- ie Louisville Trust of a mass meeting, ;it which speeches were made by Mayor .lames C. Rogers, Co., through A. G. Stlth, secretary, and Rev. Wm. f. Punch. K. K. Snoddy, Robert L. Page, counsel, filed In the Qeorga C. Hunt, chairman of the Vice county court its report as one of the by County named administrators Commission, and others. Judge Samuel W fjreena for the es Lexington Pullet 77. Lady Walnut tate of .Mrs. R .V. Hlnghani, who die Hill, owned by Dr. R. Lindsey Ireland, ninety days before the report was made. of Louisville, won the national conte-t- . which closed on OctoAshland. Ren L. Yohe, of Omaha. ber. 11 at the Experiment Station. She bad 189 sgfl to her C radit during the Neb., arrived in Ashland and positive last year, The world's record for pro- ly Identified the body of the man who was found dead in a room on Fifteenth duction in a single year is 314. street as that of his brother. Marcus Dawson Springs. Carl Hinlspeth, a H. Yolie, who has been missing from negro, shot and Instantly killed Lnuis his home for thirty years. The dead Perry, another negro, here. The trou- man has a wife and a son and a daughble is said to have arisen when Perry ter living in St. Louis. attempted to shove tlM wife of HudA number of excelHarlmurville. speth down a railroad embankment, and when reprimanded for his act lent petroleum strikes during the peal Mixed an ax and attempted to strike week In Southeastern Kentucky fields greatly encourage the trade in that di Hudspeth. rection. The fields of Knox, Whitley. Wayne, afCCreary and Pulaski have all Lexington, The Kentucky Hard- shown excellent in some in ware and Implement Dealers' Associa- stances important extensions being tion elec ted officers as follows: Presi- added to the produc tive area. dent, Qui Alhrechl, Louisville; First Vlco President, C. S. Troutinan, A negro known as Black Maysville. Second Vice President, A. Jack, Is In jail here pending an in T. ItM'on, Owingsville; treasurer, M. vestigation by the coroner as to who J. Joran, Olive Hilis; Secretary, J. M. is responsible for the death of John Stone, Sturgis. Crosby, a farmer, who was poisoned at his home near here. Crosby became ill Winchester. Sustaining a motion immediately after eating his breakfast for. peremptory instructions made by and died in a few hours. His death the attorney for the contestee, Jake was caused by having been poisoned Gay, Judge W. R. Shackelford, at the by paris green. special term of the Clark Circuit Court upheld the will of Mrs. Elizabeth Gay, Louisville. Responding to Preslden wealthy Clark county woman and tial proclamation and a special request landed proprietor, disposing of her of Major General Harry S. Hale, men $375,000 estate. of the Eighty-fourtNational Army Di vision at Camp Taylor joined in prayMt. Sterling. Two children,' twins, er for the success of American arms. wore burned to death in Menifee coun- at Camp Taylor, last Sunday. Continty, near Rothwell, when the residence uous religious services through the of Pric e Tabor was destroyed. An old- day were attended by surprising numer child was rescued. Mrs. Tabor had bers of the drafted men. gone to a store and left the children at home, when, it is stated, the youngLouisville. Relief from the threatsters turned on the gas and set it afire, ened coal famine in Louisville was causing an explosion. seen in the appointment of Wiley B. Bryan as Federal Fuel Administrator Seottsville. A new oil pool was for Kentucky. Mr. Bryan will enter opened in Allen county when Chrisimmediately on the task of equalizing tian and others from Oklahoma drilled coal distribution so that hardships in a large; flowing well on the Susan may be avoided. Mr. Bryan was born Moore farm seven miles north of here, in Nashville. He has been a resident near Barren river. The lucky find is of Louisville for ten years. ten miles from the present producing pools of the county and opens a Held Louisville. The Fiscal Court authat bids fair to increase the large oil thorized County Attorney Scott Bullitt industry of the section. to bring buR to enjoin County Judge Samuel W. Greene appointing 25U Louisville Events of importance in county patrolmen for service at the the life of the Eighty-fourtArray Di- polls on election day. Hearing of the vision oc curred at Camp Zac h.iry Tay- Court's contemplated action, Magilor last Saturday and Sunday. Gover- strates Muenninghoff, Schulman, nors of Kentucky, Illinois and Indiana O'Brien, Dacher and Wheeler called a were present and figured in important special session of the Court and Inexercises at the camp. The raising of vited Judge Green to come before the the offic ial flag of the division on a Court and announce his plans. giant flagpole was the principal feature. Louisville. Officers of the division staff at Camp Zachary Taylor began Louisville Reserve Corns Officer. the preparation of an exhaustive list stationed at Camp Zachary Taylor of "conscientious objectors," "absohave been notified of the procedure lutists" and men in the ranks consid that would be followed by the govern-menered as opposed to tho war. Attention in dealing with those who were la to be directed to this liat, especially reported for inefficiency or miscon-- , to "absolutists." "Men not only op duct. Gen. Hale has received author- - posed to the war, but to any kind of ity from the War Department to service, including noncombatants, and a board of officers whenever a to others outwardly willing to serve, aerlous report la made against a re--. but who give evidence of being danserve officer. gerous to their country." c ) egg-layint t eon-ven- Somewhere In France. Just now the ArtjoajM forest Is no place for n mun aching for a scrap. Vnuquols Plateau, where thousands of French and Germans met denth in bloody combat. Is as quiet on these sunny autumn days ns the Polo Grounds In midwinter. Barring an occasional thunder roll from far away batteries, nnd nn hourly reciprocal bombardment by French nnd German gnns, the noisiest thing t'hnt stirs the valleys Is the twitter of the birds. A young French officer, returning to his trench sector from a village a J OWED A SOUS, Prtprletert 1 Beard Bros. Hardinsburg, Dealers in Hardinsburg, Ky., Route Ky. Poland China Hogs a Specialty Polled Durham Cattli land China Hogs and Plymouth Reck Chickens Live Stock and 1 Hardinsburg, Ky., Route ' Tobacco MKT I. SMTOS, Owxr ORCHARD HOME FARM Paul Woodrow Wilson The Webster Stock Farm Irvington, Ky. Farmer, Dealer. Breeder and Feeder 0. P. MAYSEY, Proprietor BREEDER OP . short distance behind the front, escorted three correspondents to a position from which n wide stretch of the Argonne front could be easily seen. Our cur sped through tin utterly deserted village, devastated by the retreating Germans after the buttle of HM HUM nnd more completely rulr.ed by Inter bin ihurcltnents. Tfie remd led straight out Into n gn at amphitheater bordered by weeded bills, criss-- rossed by the ruins of old trenches. Batteries in Woods. "See those Mirks?" said our escort, pointing to n row plainly visible to the Baked eye along the top of a hill lo our left. "There lire the BochM' bfllbed wire unci trenches. He has a few butteries in that woocl. If lie was HwrgaeJi he might give us a c Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs, Hardinsburg. ky.. Route 2. Farmer and Buyer of lot Live Stock and Tobacco A 11. J II... I. J ana nomuiu jersey uaiiiB -- I Webster, Ky. DRURY'S STOCK FARM C. H. ORURY. Proprietor Farmer and Breeder ol Registered Duroc Jersey Hogs Sows. Boars and Gilts For Sale Irvinglon, Ky., R. F. D. Park Place G. N. Lyddan Farmer and Feeder Irvington, ) This Space For Sale No. 1 Ky. Irvington. C. J. Carnegie J. B. Herndon Middlesboro Five hundred miners employed at the Ft. Ridge Coal and Coke Co. operation went on strike on the refusal of the company to ploy as a miner a man who bad been working as motorman and who recent, ly had resigned. re-e- t Carlisle Tne moBt remarkable ad ranees ever known are now noted In farm lands In Nicholas county. A. S. Kimbrougb sold a farm of 300 acre for tULlM for whic h he recently paid $4,000. Two years ago this farm told CIO mo 4 3O At a regular term of the Breckinridge County Fiscal Court, began and held . I 20 in Hardinsburg, Ky in the court-hous- e 2 00 on Tuesday, October the 2:1, i01I. 2 00 Present: Hon. D I. Do well, presidu 20 ing bulge of the Breckinridge County Court, and. the following named Justices of the Peace, to wit: Esquire C. 4 3O 2 00 K. Robbins, J. J. Keenan, S. D. Cox, 2 00 D. C. Heron and Abe Bennett, being 4 SjO all of the Justices of the Peace in com mission except the Justice of the Peace Hudson. of the Sixth Magisterial District. G. H. Royalty 4 60 It is ordered by the Court that the T. S. Dodson 2 00 claims of the Etection Officers of the 2 00 McH. Quiggins August Primary, 1M7, and the claims Jesse Robbins 4 60 for houses in which said Primary Elec- Mook tion was held, be and the same are 2 00 A. H. Smiley hereby allowed as follows, Wade Pile 3 90 Murray Nix 2 00 Hardinsburg, No. 1. 3 00 2 00 J. H. Arms C. M. Heston 2 00 McDaniels. Dud McGary 2 00 8 00 J. R. Spencer Dennie Miller W. H. Kiper 2 00 4 40 C. H. Mattingly 2 00 G. E. Tucker Hardinsburg No. 2. 4 4O E. A. Moore 2 00 Virgil Smith 2 00 Glen Dean, Taylor Beard T. N. Fentress 4 10 2 00 M. H. Norton 2 00 W. C. Kane 2 00 M. Butler J. 2 00 R. E. Moorman Oerman trench Hardinsburg No. 3, where a W. L. Cannon 4 10 seemed almost to run Into a 00 2 D. S. Miller Rockvale. French trench only 60 feet separated 2 00 J.C. Do well 4 30 E. C. Burton them there had been a little grenade 2 00 Z. Allen T. tossing a few hours earlier, when poi-lu- s O. P. Brite 2 (X 2 00 Boone Jarboe and Boctics needed warming up ex2 00 Ira Burton ercises after breakfast. That was all. Hardinsburg No. 4, Henry Cary 4 30 00 2 Silas Miller Back we went to the officers' dugHouses For August Primary. 2 00 out for quite palutable war bread and J. L. Ball 3 00 wine. 2 00 City Hall, Hardinsburg Hubert Dejarnette "War out here," he said as we were 2 00 Masonic Temple, Hardinsburg.... 3 00 Paul Shrewtbury leaving, "moves like molasses." R. G. Gardner, Hardinsburg 3 00 Balltown. 2 00 Mrs. Jubal Hook, Hardinsburg 3 00 T. N. Hawkins aaeaaaeiiieeeeeeiaeeeeeeeiaeeaaeej 10 B. F. Frank 3 40 B. F. Frank, Balltown 8 00 2 00 Proctor Keith, Cloverport, No. 1. T. M. Bates FEEDING SOLDIERS IN 2 00 3 40 Abner Dent, Cloverport, No. 2 T. H. Chancellot CAMP ENORMOUS TASK 2 00 P. E Scott, Cloverport, No. 3 Cloverport No. 1. 2 00 2 00 City Hall, Stepheusport L. V. Chapin Chicago. Soldiers In training 2 00 3 60 H. L. Bruner, Union Star P. Davis at the 16 National army cantonJ. 2 00 2 00 Modern Woodmen, Webster ments In the United States reJoe Beavin 9 00 quire approximately 2,500 car3 60 Newsom Gardner, Irvington J. A. Waggoner W. W Keith, Bewleyville 2 CO loads of food dally, according to Cloverport No. 2. statistics given out here by the 2 00 3 60 J. H. Meador, Big Spring H. C. Waggoner rnllroad war board. It Is esti2 '0 2 00 Custer Ledge, Custer Geo. N. Harria mated that at least five pounds a 00 2 00 Guy Johnson, Hudson R. T. Polk of food is needed each day for a 00 3 60 Joe Aims, Mook Leo Hinton each of the 1,000,000 men now a 00 Dr. J H. Hart, McDaniela Cloverport No. 3. training for the National army a 00 3 60 J. M. Howard, Gleudean B. Squirea and National Guard divisions. 2 So 2 00 Mrs. Eliza McCarty, Rockvale Morrison Railroad executives are giving Joe a 00 8 80 E. P Kgart, Mooleyville close attention to transportation J. B. Black problems presented by the task It is ordered by the court that the lol 2 00 C. DeHaven of moving this great quantity of lowing claims be and they are hereby Stepbensport foodstuffs. 2 00 ailowed: W. H. Gibson The task Involves the supply3 60 Elliott Pisber Company claim Ed Payne ing of all the necessities of life itemized'. $3 4O 2 U0 Wm. Gilbert 16 for cities of a 2 00 J. W, Pate. Election Bootb claim O. C. Sbellman population of 40.000 each, and 04 itemized 9 90 Union Star. smaller cities ranging in popu2 Oo 2 00 Record Preaa claim itemized Roy H. Bassett lation from 800 to 8,000. Frankfort. Ben Priestly Johnson O. D. Lawaon 4 4 B. P. Beard & Co , claim itemson of Attorney L. F. Johnson, of thii ized 85 78 2 00 Will Walla city, one of Frankfort's two men In th 4 40 B. P. Beard ft Co., claim item Lee Stewart Golden Eagle Killed. National Army, was one of the first 12 75 ized Elwood, Ind. A golden eagle, meas- Moolevvllle. men promoted at Camp Zachary 'fay 2 00 J. W. Server Pauper claim itemuring 7ft feet between the tlpa of Its B. P. Kgart lor. He has been made a corporal la ized S 20 extended wings, wan killed aouthwest $ 00 G. B. Cunningham Ahe Field Artillery. of Elwood, near Aroma, recently, by 2 00 The Bradley & Gilbert Company Will Cunningham Amu Leenmn. The bird was brought claim itemized 2430 Lexington J. H. Speak 3 20 The trial of Private lie mount i d. Leeman waa sow-luGeo. L larboe, Assessor, claim George King, member of Co. C, 149tb here to Webeter wli ii the eugle flew over wheat itemized Infantry formerly Second Kentu 3 60 R. D. St. Clair ...'.......Jo 40 charged with s'ayiug Police S ir .mt his kOed and alighted) In u near-b2 Oo C. V, Robertson, Clerk's cot iu J, tj, Parks. ; wood the in. use, he 'i Chris Kolhavon in Newport ki t i. n Kennedy Road Case.. ... W. K. Compton At '3 2 0o i ltd BVONgM down .i uiur, will be by court-iuatin! , A. J. Dye the M 3 60 M. P. Comptou, Viewer Keunedy . s, untl-alrcrn- ft to-wVau-cjuo. g y The German positions were getting uncomfortably nenrer. We left the Cat under a slight rise In the ground t lint hid It from Gorman observation, nnd started on foot across n field to seek cover behind u hill Bald by the French. We had bdfOty clambered out of the ear when u shell burst 000 yards ahead in a field near the road over which our car had been speeding. "Well, he did try one on us," laughed the French officer, "hut it was n bad one. I'll wire the kniser to take away his Iron Cross." Over in the dugouts behind the French trench line mi assortment of pollus were whittling nwny at knlek-unckplaying cards or taking cat imps. Tlie dull boom of guns came across' intervening hills from the Verdun front, only n few kilometers away. Our escorting officer led the way on up over the hilltop past an gunner who wished us "bon jour" and lamented because he hadn't seen a German for many days. Calls It Dull Life. At an artillery observation post our coming was an event. The officer In charge confided that It was a dull life. The Gcrmuns hadn't sent a shell his way for a long time. He was glad to meet newcomers and mighty glad to break the monotony of a day's work by pointing out the Roche trenches in tho valley below and the great mine crater on the yellow side of Vauquois plateau. No sign of life i nine from trenchland. At one point Of the Breckinridge County Fiscal Court at Its October Term 1917. Newsom Gardner R. L, LYON Bewleyville. A. F. Sipes F. L. Clavcomb Gilbert Kasey G. O. Blanford Big Spring. C. C. Martin W. T. Norris N. B. Board I. G. Whitworth Custer. Allie Alexander R. L. Lynch Stanley Gray J. V. Horsley 4 4o 2 00 2 00 4 40 2 00 4 3O L. C. TUA lnsurar.ee tfifice Cloverport, Kentucky Hire, Lightnirur Tor- - 1 I 00 nadoand Windstorm, Life, Accident, Health Insurance. Old Reliable Companies j - J Henry Trent IJ. W.Trent :P.X Oals i Hardinsburg j Livery ! Livery, Feed and Sale Stable I Hardinsburg, : Ky. iKIr! V. G. BABBAGE ATTORNEY Mortgages by Suit in the Circuit Court. Lioverpon, neniucicy Dr. R. I. Stephenson DENTIST Has Permanently Orf ice In Located In Hardlasbura. Maionic Building lormerly occupied by Dr. N. E. Royalty R. B. McGlothlan Dealer la IHTIIIUIVHi Second Hand Goods iuiuvoo 3vsiviwu II If you are going to have a sale, yoo will need an Auctioneer My Motto: Service Wil ing to work for the money. years experience; Prices Reasonable; Yours for a clean sale; write me at Irvington , Ky. COL. H. Road Case J. OOR5UCH 4 50 A. T Beard, Sheriff's coats in Kennedy Ro; A D LeGraud, V .1 Case wer Kennedy Co ItK 4 50 Road Case . ' Standard Priutln itemized pany, claim .31 11 i to. aj Cjotlnuod mo 7 JOFFRE PRAISES OUR SOLDIERS Marshal of France With General Pershing Inspects American Forces. KEEPS RECORD OF MEN FLUX AND REFLUX Army of 'ordnance needs Many men gmmmmmmmmm Clerks for Files War Department. In OF GERMAN ARMY How English Writer Shows Forces Were Swung to and Fro. posi 0 Americani in iii.ii ocrvice. cn United 8tates Profits by British Difficulties in Checking Up Casualty Reports. Chief Officer Anrnuncet That Oppor. tunlties far Technical Men With Unit in France Are Good. The ordnance department of Iho United Stales army In Franco wishes to correct an erroneous Impression prevailing that, by reason of being n particularly desirable, branch of the service, It already has enlisted ils full quota. On the Contrary, there are openings in every clnss, from private to the highest ranking iioncoinmls. sloned otlicer. EollstllfMltl are required lo fill the positions of ch ilis, stenographers, typists and general office help, both at headquarters and Ihe various gopotl Many armorer thrOUfhont France. and cniptatejfl SN also needed, and grade comI prompt warrant for mensurate with ability displayed is Advantages of Buy-- i I in? Advertised Goods 1 M 4 Washington. A small army of TOTAL NEAR MAXIMUM operating files covering lO.rMH) nr niHrwir. miDi' clerks, feet of Moor space, soon will be WEST i iirnn square ALL n tnu ur employed by the statistical division of the war department to keep the Indi- On Sept. 1 the Fighting Troops There, vidual record of every man wearing En- He Figures, Reached 1,369 Batal-ion- s United States Soldier Wild With Uncle Sam's uniform. Roumania's Entry as French Idol Visits thuilasm The main purpose of the statistics Causes Swift Change. Training Camp. Pleased Is to provide an nccurnte means of checking casualty reporls. Incidontu-ally- , With What He Sees. With the French Armies. The flux however, the complete army hisand reflux of the ('.eriniin forces on the A mnrlpnn Headouartern tory of the men will be recorded. Field western and eastern fronts, together M i.i. .1. J. Jones has charge of the with their rapid augmentation on Frnnce. After n two ilnyf visit with Another either side whenever occasion called the American troops MlllMI .lottn Central office In Washington, paternity on win he MtaMtoMI in Furope. Weekly for an Increase of effectives, have been donnrd'il fnr koM. his larged h.V n good I f SWltfll sons. reports win be made to central oAcef now deafly set forth. The figures "Pnpn" .Toffre Is not only "pnpii t by divisional bureaus, which In turn given refer to the various phases of the pollus now, hnt the American sol will receive Information from three the war, starting with the Invasion of VggnaaMhoMtakadhlWkfkAcMtU.e) Thtr iVfafel mUsTi atsiss Paris. aetata sanAaui m. af aii t nimir rnrn II jOTrwvvvevwvffVvVlfVVV'PrePliMllll T - m. -- . . ,nit-- - Merchandise that is moves much flltftf than thai w hic h is not, ftfxi therefore the stock is kept new and There are no shopworn, slow sellers to lie disposed of in the store that keeps the advertising columns at work telling goods. te advertised Atnra rri.n ill: Mnrne MaJtelpad snvior of the " .. was tuniumiously. excitedly greeted by the Atnerienn soldiers evTr.fTro Ufilltl liilll tOO. Stands With Pershina. Thousands of Sammies glimpsed the white-haire- d French Idol for the nrst time when they were passing In review before him. They gazed steadily, In nesnonse to the ringing command. "Eyes left." upon a stout figure In red breeches standing by Pershing's side. Beginning nt ten o'clock in the morning, Pershing showed off his first contingent Thousands of weather-beatenorfoetlw eondltloned American fight ers, their ranks Interspersed with flags and bands, swept In waves nccross tne muddy tableland and dropped below the hill crest. A moment later they reappeared momentarily In the valley ranks mvni1 rn.fc.arc. their merged Into me autumn haze until perfectly blended and lost sight of.. The review was a thrilling panorama of bobbing, undulating rows of steel helmets as far ns the eye could reach. WHcn the men had nil passed by Marshal Joffre made a brief address to the officers. After considering the various acts of Germany, the marshal said, America drew the sword and no one In France doubted she would do great things. He referred to the great power of Amerlcn In men, resourcefulness and natural wealth and continued : "In every way you have reallzed'our hopes. The best proof of your earnestness, your determination to help win this wur against autocracy may be read In your eyes as I look into them. Under the direction of General Pershing you are getting rendy to face the enemy. Guided by that eminent chief, guided by the zenl with which your great new armies are being perfected, you will move forward to gather the laurels and glory that He before you. Building Great War Machine. "All the news I have from America Is to the effect that there, as well ns here, you are working In the same Intense manner. Guided by such men ns General Pershing, your secretnry of war, Mr. Baker, and your chief of staff, General Bliss, you ore rapidly going ahead, and I am confident our enemy will see before him one of the most formidable war muehlnes which could ever be Imagined. "Our enemy believed In his foolish pride that he could dominate the universe. Your reply to him has already been most eloquent more eloquent than he ever dreamed. Ton have come here to Join the allies In delivering humanity from the would-b- e yoke of German Intolerance. Let us continue to be united and victory surely will be ours." Joffre and Pershing, with Generals Sibert, Bundy and other generals, then entered automobiles, and were whisked away for miles through a score of hamlets where women, children and old men thronged the roadsides to cheer the miracle man of 1914 and the great soldiers of the United States, their newest ullies. mud-colore- d Apeomnnni ed hv General Pershing. mvpnt throiiL'h ii the Anierlenn enmns and left the zone In n stnte of nlmofst frenzied excitement and MUM slnsm. erywhere. NAVY COOKS WILL BE TAUGHT IN BIG HOTELS New York. One thousand enlisted men from the navy soon will be cooking meuls for guests of New York's big hotels. Hotel managers decided at a meeting of the Hotel Association of New York city to meet the shortage of cooks In the navy and transport service by turning the kitchens of this city's Into training schools. Oscar Tsehlrky of the Waldorf, promised to put ten uniformed tars in his kitchen to team the art of serving meals. Sailors In lots of ten or more will be set to work as soon as possible in the kitchens of the Olarldge, the McAptln and other hotels. hos-telrl- es Corn Stalk. 'liiii'le.s Howerx a farmer living near this city, baa a corn stalk that measures 10 feet 1 inch from the ground to the top. The stalk la mora than 6 Inches in circumference. It has two ears of com, each Sixteen-Foo- t ftnlnmhiia I ml. of which meaanree 114 inches la m length. of ench regiment, specially Belgium In August, 101 I, going right detailed to the work. through the allied offensives of 1013 Two filing systems will be mainand 1010, the German operations benlphiihct-ica- l One, containing In tained. fore Verdun, the movements on the order the names of every man In Rnsntu and Ron manias frontiers, and the s rvice, will serve ns a check In concluding with the position us It was referring to the regimental files. on September 1 this year. The record of each man will contain It will be seen that In 1014 the Ger(lie name and address of his nearest mans threw onto the western front, relative, to serve as an aid to prompt including the army that forced Its way transmission of cabled reports of through Belgium, 1,100 hnttnllons of deaths and serious Illness. The war infantry; while on the Russian front, department also will undertake to give from which they did not await much relatives reports of military funerals, activity, they left only KH battalions, location of burial places und informally September 1 this year these totals tion concerning Americans held In enehad been enormously raised, for on my prison camps. that date they had on the Until the Bed Cross came to Its aid, front no fewer than 1,.'M!) government experienced battalions, while on the eastern front the British great difficulty In handling casualty re- they had in position 00.1 hattallons. ports, and by the establishment of this Thus at the present moment they are system the war department Intends to employing SM hattallons on both avoid slmllnr confusion. fronts, whereas at the opening of hostilities only ljBll were engaged. DOG VETERAN OF WAR From One Side to Other. A glance at the totals of the battalions In line on the two fronts at different periods of the war Is Interesting, as showing how the principal effort of the Germans has stung from time to time from one side to the other. The attack on Belgium ami France absorbed the attention of the German stnlf when war broke out In August, 1014, and the Itussiun front was left to a very great extent to take cure of itself. At that time the infantry effectives were disposed as follows: Divisions of 4 Flirts, each, Battns. 1.190 On the western front Wa 32J 26V4 On the eastern front The battle of the Yser in November, 1914, caused the Germans to intensify their effort in the West. They brought up their effectives to n higher total there, but ot the same time they were becoming rather anxious about the Bus shin front, and therefore added to the number of their troops on that side, making the position as follows: Divisions of 4 Rents. Hiittns 1044 western front On the MM On the eastern front 324 M Then came the Russian offensive, which compelled Germany to look round In order to find more troops to meet It. She therefore reduced her effectives somewhat on the western front and sent them eastward, at the same time bringing some more battalions from the Interior to add to those "Boyeau," the German police dog, on the Russian frontier. In September. shown In the picture with Sam Bur- - 1915, by which time the maximum of bank, his master and bugler of the the Germun effort had been reached on Columbia War hospital in New York that side, the position stood: Divisions of city, Is n veteran of the European war, 3 or 4 Ruts. Battns and If the Columbia unit is ordered to On the western front 103 UM 67 the front, may see service again. 780 On the eastern front Verdun wns the next great moveBoyeau was drawing a mitrailleuse along with three other dogs at the be- ment the Germans had In view, and In ginning of the war. He was a mem- order to win n victory there they hud ber of n French company. Somewhere changed the disposition of their Infantry effectives by bringing many diviin Belgium he came under German sions westward, so that the position in fire and was wounded In the right foreleg. His companions were killed, but June, 1910, was: Divisions of Boyeau stuck to his gun and dragged 3 or 4 Uifts. Battns. It Into position. He was taken to a hos125 1,376 On the western front leg wus set and On the eastern front pital and his broken 48 574 gradually healed. Then he was brought Brings Further Changes. to America and purchased by Mr. A fresh awakening of activity In the who keeps him at the hospital East was occasioned when Itoumantu as a constant companion. came Into the war. This brought further changes In the proportional HEALTH STRAPS BURN MANY strength of the Germun forces on the respective fronts. In December, 1916, they were as follows: Celluloid Street Car Contrivances Ig Divisions of nite and Singe Passengers in S or 4 Rgts. Battns. Newark, N. J. 129 1,312 On the western front,. 79 899 On the aastern front In July, 1917, which suw the opening New York. The Public Service Rail ways company of Newark, N. J re- of both British und French offensive cently Installed in Its trolley cars cel movements, the Germans were comtheir armies on luloid "straps" for the straphangers, pelled to the western front, and this brought this as a hygienic measure. A car from Newark to South Orange with It a reduction of their strength blew out a fuse at Howard street und on the eastern frontier. The totals South Orange uvenue. Instantly every were then : Dlvs. generally one of the new strups burst Into flame. Of 8 Rjrta. Battns. People got off the cars the best way 155 1,456 On the western front they could, but several were burned. 79 8t0 On the eastern front The fire was put out by the fire deOwing to events connected with the partment ufter It had done consider- revolution In Russlu, Germany threw able damage. some more troops Into the eastern field of operations, und on September 1 the nation wus as follows: SEATTLE WOMEN WOULD ARM Divisions of I Rsts. Battns. Discuss Defensive Measures Against On the western front 147 1,309 92 Woman Slugger at Mass 660 On the eastern front These figures refer merely to the Meeting. troops engaged In the fighting line, and Seattle, Wash. At a mass meeting leuve out of account those in garrison of Seattle women held to discuss de- In the interior of the country, as well fensive measures agulust a woman us those on the lines of communicaslugger, who has caused a reign of tertion. ror In this city und who Is believed by many to hV the man guilty of the At the beginning of the war the murder of Miss Ruth de Merrlt and strength of the Oerman battalion wus Mrs. Florence Webn, It wus suggested about 1,000 men. On the assumption that all peddlers and others who make that this strength has been maintained a living by going from door to door be the correspondent's statement IndiInterned, chain locks placed on all resi- cates, the presence of 1300.000 German dence doors and all women armed for troops on the western front In Septeiu- the duration Of the emergency. members Bur-ban: 11 assured. An especially attractive opportunity Is presented to technical men nnd graduates of meehnnieal schools. The ordnance department offers to such men a chance to specialist along the lines of their Individual training. Promotions to the grade of commissioned officer are made on the merits of the work done, and many enlisted men have won this reward solely upon the grounds of the ability and training they possessed. And you can always depend upon the qtralit) of advertised articles. The merchant's reputation is hac k of his merchandise and he cannot jeopardize it In misrepresenting his goods even the least hit. Furthermore, tisements in the dealer's newsp- Enlistments will be accomplished In the usual manner ami under the mili tary rules and regulations observed by the recruiting offices In the United States. Men who are eligible and desirous of enlisting should make application at once, writing direct to the chief ordnance officer, American expeditionary forces, France, who will make all arrangements and notify the applicants accordingly. aper announcement usually offers money-savin- g bargains, ami every thrifty person should take full advantage of such opportunities. Read the adver- THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS TOTES GUN AT FUNERAL Continued from saga green. About two hundred priests, Sinn Fein M. P.'s, the Countess Markievicz and thousands of young men and young girls, many of whom were in costunu, attended the funeral of Thorn Ashe, the Sinn Fein lender who died following a hunger strike, who was burled ut Gluenevln cemetery In Dublin. The picture shows Countess Markievicz, prominent Irish chieftain ess, carrying revolver. She murched In the cortege attired in a costume of NURSES DOING THEIR PART in Two Thousand Are Now Engaged Active Nursing Service Thousands Await Orders. Washington. This Is how the trained nurses of the United States are doing their part of the war work. The figures are furnished by Miss Jane A. Delano, Chairman of the Red Cross nursing conunlttee. More thun 2,000 registered Red Cross nurses are now engaged in nursing service. Two thousand more are teaching and training classes for work. Nine thousuud others ore enrolled ami are waiting orders to tuke up their part of the nation's burden. One thousand more, every mouth, are registering und volunteering to work whenever needed. Over In Franco these Red Cross nurses stand only a little lower than the saints In the eyes of the sufferers. MaJ. Gruyson M. P. Murphy, Red Cross commissioner for France, the e other day cabled these words : "One American nurse has been In charge of 120 beds for sick children for eight months, and the results with meager equipment have been mnrvel- - Bbceran iiro & Co I'au per conn and throw! to oi) C. V. Robertson, clerk's cost In Alexander Road Case At a Regular Term of the I'iscal A. T. Beard, Sheriff's cost In Alexander Road Case and held in and for 2 00 Court, continued I. (' Withers, Viewer in Alex.iu Breekiarldei osaat) at the courthouse in iler Ruail Case Kentucky, on Wednesday, 3 o0 Hardiasbttrgi October .'ird, I91 7. I, r. Beard, Viewer in Alexander Preeent! Hon, i i ;( Co Road Case DowoH, presiding Judge of the Ilreckinndge County Howard Bashaw, chain carrier in Alexander Road Case 2 uo Court, and the following named Justices ol the l'eace, R. M. Beebaao, Surveyor's cost in KsquireC. B Rob-bia-s, J J. Keenan. ft, I). Cox, I). C. Alexander Road Case . tOO Heron ami Abe Bennett, being all of the Hardee Ball, Blei tion Coaunhv atonSC. tWO days 400 Justices ot the PcaC in Commission exP, II Bashaw, Blection Commiscept the Justice ot the Peace of the Sixth . sioner, two days 4(0 Magisterial I listrict. Z, C. Hendrick, Blection Cowwii It is ordered by the Court that the foltoner, tWO days are hereby . 4 Do lowing claims he and they C. V. Robertson, Clerk, Blection allowed! Commissioner two days hallott boxes 4 00 Jno N" Akers, delivering c.eromo .Mfg. Co., claim Hewistd 13 fis and notifying election officers and etc I.oyd Cox, Coroner's fees, inquest 94 00 over Horace Piahef i3jOfT J Hook, claim Itemized 3 Oo R Q Gardner, claim itemized. T. .). Atkinson, tecs in inquest 3 15 over Horace Pisher I SO Kincheloc'i Pharmacy, claim In Re Railroad Lew for the vent of itemized 19 4a Record Press, publishing i'iscal I9IS. Court proceedings 99 BO c. Heron, On notion ol Bean ire i seconded by Require Abe Bennett, it is Record Tress, Road Notices published 4 50 ordered by the Court that an advalorein tax of twenty live 25) cents on each one Record I'ress, Election Notices published I5 5O hundred dollars worth of taxable proper-till the Railroad Tax District be and C. V. Robertson, County Court Clerk's fees;itemied the same is hereby levied for the year of iU Oo I9I8. This tax is levied to produce I A. M. Meador, Jailor's fees itemized leg 85 fund for the payment of claims against The Sheriff under Hardinsbnrg Pharmacy, Pauper said Tax Districts. furnishings itemized. IS 23 his bond the collection of the County LevjF is ordered to collect said tax and Hardinsbnrg Pharmacy, claim I 40 itemized pay the same over to the Tre isiuer of Breckinridge county, who shall apply W. S. Hall, County Attorney, OCftce rent & etc. itemized . . 20 00 same to the payment of any claim, or claims, against said Tax Districts and Jno 1). Bab bags, printing claim itemized 320 Oo ordered paid by the Court and then to the payment of the interest coupons due R. K. Cox, Pauper claim ItCWfawd. 7.") Oo and unpaid, ami then to the pawnent of A. T. Heard, Sheriff's fees item ized 13I SO the bonds. The coupons ami bawdi paid by said Treasurer shall he delivered to li. F. Hejarnette & Hro., veterinary services itemized.. 2l 5O him by the holder, or holders, thereof, . 500 and the receipt from the Treasurer to Win, Poster, land for roadway (to be continued) the Sheriff for the amount paid by the Sheriff, shall be vouchers to the Sheriff Keep Up The Good Work! 111 his settlement. A yea and nay vote being taken on Ii M. ftuwiotd whose home is in I.os the following motion resulted as follows: ftMUifl C U Robbins, Vea; J J Kee- Angles, Cel., seut'in his renewal for the nan, Yea; S D. Cox, Yea; D. C. Heron, BreCkleridgS News and writes that he is Yea; ami Abe Beiine t, Yea; wherefore to busy prose outing slakers aud C.er said motion h iving carried unanimously man spies to write much news. Since Mr. Hlanford is engaged in such is now made the order of this Court. u tremendous and liable task it is not In Re Tar Springs Itridge. It appearing that the bridge over Tar neOCOSSery lot him kl make apologies Creek, between Cloverport and lar for not writing the on!) thing! that Ilia ftntingl has been completed according to friends need ask of hiw Is, keep up the plans and specifications entered into be- good work ta en D. D Howell, County Judge of Breckinridge county, and W S. Boil, Now is the time to Subscribe County Attorney of Breckinridge coo at lilllllllllilll'llltilllllllllMIIIIMlllittllilllinililllllllllHUhlilllhllillUlltllKIIIIMIIII Contractor, and Man ai Weathciholt, the suid bridge is now accepted and a There are all kinds of cheap lyo. Mdftcicnl amount of money; to wit 01) is hereby appropriated to pay for printing but none of it is same. really cheap at least not on In Re Sheriff's settlement for l!h" taxes; Cheap a basis of "balue. It is ordered unci directed by the Court Heard, Sherill of Ilreckinndge that A is usually worth alstuff county, Kentuck), be and is hereby of most lthj it costs. Our fered to uiake settlement of all of I9I7 printing Isn't the cheapest tuxes ut the Regular Term in April, 11)18, of this Court, and the iregsurer uf lireck you can get, but it's as good iuridxe Couuty, Kentucky, is hereby apas the best. pointed and required to make said set tlenieut with the aaid A. T. Beard, as . v Sheriff aforesaid, saiil settlement to be audited by the County Judge of Rreck- isridge county, Kjr., and ratined iy the iiiemhcrs of the Court in session assemliled. ( )n motion duly made, seconded and carried, it is ordered that this Court adjourn until a. m. at 9 o'clock. D. D. Howell. fr . I Notice Tax-Payer- s! The Penalty Goes on December 1st, 1917 In Hardinsburg Office Every Day Meet lVfe At Rockvale, Thursday, November 15, 1917 Glen Dean, Friday, November 16, 1917 McDaniels, Saturday, November, 17, 1917 A. T. BEARD, Sheriff IRVINGTON Mrs. J. S. Younger and Mis Kiidora Younger, of Louisville, visited Mr.s R H. McGlothlan last week. Mrs. (Jillie I) iwell and son, Robert Taylor, of Custer, have been guest- R. A Crider and Taylor Dowell. Rev. I. H. Rvan is conducting a series of meetings at Bewley ville. C. A. I'enick, of Ri.('fk!d, Iowa, is h re on a business trip. Mis. Paul Wilson entertained at a ftarnoqp la honor of do'.l party PrMay her niece, Miss Lucv Timni it Shain, of D.licious home mule canities Gustoo. and apples were served. Miss Haiti Board spent the week end in Louisvihe. Johfi Cook, Lol J. M. Cowley. Glen Binger, I'aul Wilson, Mesdames i'aul Wilson, Glen Bunger, and J. V. Yogel, K II. McGlothh.n Misses Mildred Chitwoc d, Ruby Haynes Hook, Margaret Coni.itT, Uuedry liratis-lettMaty Henry, Elizabtth Hook, Ruth Crider, Lucy Thomas Shain, Mabel and Nell Adkins motored to Brandenburg Saturday afternoon to seethe match game between Mirdinsbnrgai.il Br. in letiburg High Scliool boys and girls. II have re Mr. and Mrs. G. T Mar.-h- . turne from a trip to Bllaabfthtowa. Mrs. C J. Clrnegie entertaintd the Sunday School teachers of the Presbyterian church and ti e school teachers to a Hallowe'en party Tuesday evening. Misses ICvelyn and Nell BianiUtte have returned from a visit with their aunt, Mrs. Minnie Kullenwider, of Brani e Breckinridge County K h ive gone to Reelfoot Lake on a hunting trip. A number of our Masons attended the Masonic banquet at Bewleyville BRECKINRIDGE-BANA. B. SKILLMAN, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hawes, Miss Anna Hawes, of Louisville; Mrs. Harold Trabtie, Chicago, nd 14 Ul Reua II iwes, of Cincinnati, are at the bedside of Mr. Sam Hawes. trviagtoa biskt-- t ball team will go to Hodgenville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. lid McAfee spent Sunday at Camp Z icliary Taylor. InrfagtOB girls and buys played a match gam of basket ball at Mranden- burg Thursday aftaraooa. Girls score 21) to !iu lave of irviuglou Brandenburg boys weie victorious I have jast received a new line oi CO ik stoves aad ranges. Have taken laa agency tor the Great Majestic Range, a range that has no tqual. 1 have also added to my line sewing machines. See me before you buy as I Can save you money. J. IJ. Ashcraft. Mesdames N. Ganlner, J. T. Johnson, L. ) Blahoff, Dalk Smith and A T. Adkins, Miss Krie Smith and bale Smith were in Louisville last week. Mrs. R A. Crider Ml Tuesday for will reside. Louisville wliere-sh- e Mr. and Mrs. N. Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S.niih motored to Btitb'l Valley Sunday and were guests qj Mr. and Mrs. Ike Hicks. Green Aldridge, of Garfield, is vis iting his sister, Mrs. I'red Sadenwater OF CLOVERPORT PAUL LEWIS, Cashier E President SECURITY-W- THE BANK OF SERVICE CONTENTMENT . ALWAYS HAVE MONEY TO LOAN 3 Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits HONOR ROLL Of the Breckinridge comity boys wfio are in service of the United States Army, and whose names and ddfrssea have been secured: Medical Corps. Ft. Sill, Okla. Wilbur Paiki Engineering Corps. Washington, I). C. Lewia Ilerndon, .Cttnip Zachary Taylor Lieut. John GibeXMl Sei jrt. Will ConniH Chicamauga l'ark, Ua. Dr. I B. Morcnien Burgeon, Hase Hospital, Camp Wheeler, .Macon, (ia. K. L. Lyon Orticvrs Reserve Corps, Ft. Benjamin Harrison Ft. Sheridan, III. Dolor Brown John Walter Jolly Ft. Sheridan, III. Bion dolly Sheridan. III. Co. G, 1st Ky. lieu;. , CainpZacharv Taylor Bergi Franklin Heard 2nd Battery, Camp Presidio, San Francisco, Cal. Roy 1'. Moorman Hubert Lyons Camp Zachary Taylor Leslie Jones Camp Zachary Taylor Hubert Livers Camp Zachary Taylor . 1 ' ATTENTION 1 m It I 1 grow i Do you want tohave theyou a good team; we mules FARMERS! FOR SALE ' '. Taft -- A Newspaper Man. denburg. Paul Wilson mai'e a business trip to 0 ver.s!"oro last week. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Vogel wereguests at lln In me of Mr. and Mrs. John Nevitt, B isin Springs, Sunday. Hiroll P.nks, of Lexington, spent the week end with Dr, and Mis. S. P. Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glasscock, of Louisville, visited Mr. and Mrs J. L. Be vara! from here attended church Ashcraft last wtek. Winfield Hendrv and E. H Shellman Sunday eveniu. Karl Graham, lialitown spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Charles Graham. Ivan 0. Jolly, Union Star spent Saturday with Owen C. Urunner. Carrie Kelieeu, Ivudibur spent the week end with Mrs. (Jus Ilarger. Misses Hattie and Myrtle lllack, Shiloli spent Saturday with Miss PanSli i loll at i Have You Housed Your Tobacco? We can carry the f risk on this high-priced limner and daughter, Dorothy, Louisville speat last week here with Mr. Uruner. Mrs. Aimer Severs and Hon, St. Louie, Mo. were the guests last week of her stater, Mrs. Moie McCubbins who is ill with cancar. George Itobartsoo, Missouri spent Monday with his brother Joe Kobertson. S. J. Brashear and daughters, l.i ua and Caroline and grandson, Ludweli Addisson were in Stsphensport shopping Monday. Roy tile ISruuer. Mrs U. I. William Howard Taft followed Theodore Koosevelt into the White House. Now he has followed him into the newspaper business. Mr Taft joined the On November stall' of the Philadelphia Public Led gfir as contributing editor. Some years ago there was a great deal of public speculation as to what we should do with our At that time Theodore Koosevelt told the members of the New York Press club that he was one of the ex presidents the public need njt worry about. "This ex president," said Koosevelt "is antirelv capable of looking alter himself, thank you. ' American I'ress the farm of the late John C. Furrow, on the Cloverport aud Hardinsburg pike one and a half miles from this place. Consideration, $U.".0. R. C. Eller Cited as Hero. 2,000 Nurses Sent Abroad. product for you at small cost. Can You Afford To PAUL GOMPTON, Hardinsburg, - ? Kentucky. Fire, Tornado and all class es of Insurance. ll.issett, Union were the dinner Brashear aud family Mr, aud Mrs. (.'lint sons, Marshall and Sunday and Monday Mrs. J. II. lllackburn Wolf Creek. Mr. aud Mrs. C. L. Dodson enter tained to dinner Sunday, Mrs, J. P. Biddle, Mrs. Ernest Cart and baby LeRoy, Mrs Will Grant and. baby Gordon Gale, Mr. and Mrs. Koscoe Avttt and baby Ueba Maber and Mrs. Mary Dodson. The Tie Supger given by our teacher, Mirtis Severs Saturday evening was a success. The teacher and pupils had prepared a short progran which was enjoyed by all and a nice little sum of til Oi was realized. Washington, Nov. 2, About 3.000 Red Cross nurses have been sent to anHed Cross h adquaters y. nounced Fifteen thousand nurses have bsen enrolled, a number estimated as sufficient for an army of men. Approximately 1,(100 nurses are being added every month. In order to meet the demand for more Star and R. Uru-ns- nurses, if it should becoms necessary, guests ut S J. There has been a slight modification in the requirements. The more import.Sunday. ant change contemplated is a lowering Philpott and two of the age limit for specially qualified Fiore spent last persons. with his sister, aud Raja, Ulack-burPost-Seaso- n Football. Ind , Nov. 2. Announce ment was made to day that the Purdue University football team would play a game with a team compos ed of Natioual Army men at Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky., on December 1 Ward Lambert, formerly basketball and assistant football coach at Purdue, Is coaching the soldier team. All proceeds will be turned over to the cantonment mass fund. post-seaso- Lafayette, Buys airs. Horace Subscribe for The New a Farm. has purchased Gilbert The following anicle is clipped from a Philadelphia paptr and was sent to the Breckenridge News by Mrs. R. C. Mr. Liter was Eller, of Philadelphia, chief quartermaster of the destroyer, Cassin, and was cited as one of the heroes along with twenty one other men. Washington, Oct. 83. Commander Walter II. Vernou is be lieved to have saved the American destroyer Cassin (rata destruction in the encounter with a German submarine in the war zone on October 16, by his coolness and quick act!on. The Navy Department yesteicfay received from Vice Admiral Sims the full report of the fight. Before she had an opportunity to fire a shot, the destroyer was hit on the stern bv the torpedo, which killed Kelly Ingram, gunner's mate, slightly wounded five others ot the crew and put one engine out of commission. The followiug men were cited by Vica Admiral Sims for showiug coolness and qualities of leadership: K. C. Liter, chief quartermaster; wife, Sally Liter, 175 Waverly avenue, Brooklyn, N Y. William Joseph Cunningham, coxswain; mothe , Jessie M. Cunningham, 6103 Carnegie avenue, Cleveland, O. The Cassin had been searching half an hour for a submarine, fiist sighted , five away, when Commander Vernou suddeuly saw a torpedo 400 yards distant and making for the ship at great speed. Realizing that his vessel was in imminent danger of being hit amidship aud broken in two, the commander ordered full speed ahead aud the wheel hard over. The patrol boat was Just clear of the torpedo's path when the projectile broached on the surface, turued sharply and hit its objective. Or-momil---- 20 weanling mules 20 yearling mules 20 mules We also have some nice young cattle for sale Come and see us two-year-o- ld RESPECTFULLY BEARD BROTHERS Hardinsburg, Ky. x- Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis Ry. Go. DAILY TO ST. LOUIS EVANSVILLE p. m 8:35 a. ' 9 m 9:48 8:351a. m 5:05 p. m., 9:48 p. m. PULLMAN SLEEPERS L., H. & ST. La RY. High-Class 69 STATION PULLMAN SLEEPERS Coaches LEAVE UNION Observation Parlor Cars TENTH AND BROADWAY TRAINS City Ticket Office: Both R. F. PENN, T. P. A. Fourth and Main Phones 1134 E. M. W0MACK, 8. P. A. H. L. SWEENEY, c. P. A. LOUISVILLE, KY.